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HE OMAHA BEE
\VEDXESD AY , SEPT. 80 , 1874.
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- C-IIAII.Y lihlI - mote
-ttdonMc ibnt T j mlirr dally
* rimMI ld in N hrmUn
Peycke Bros. , theleading oyster
dealers , defy all competition. They
tdl A. Bootb's Oval Brand oysters
low er than any other house in the
BOOTH'S OYSTEKS received daily
PCKDT , MEYiai & KAAPKE.
Omnibuses for the Fair grounds
will leave the Grand
s every hour during the day , com
mencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
The hotels are full.
The town is already full of vis
The Police are out la a new
Pools were sold at Richards
' night for the titati
Attend the Odd Fellowi. ' " 01 <
Folkes Concert" to-night , at Odi
Fellows Hall , and enjoy yourself. -
During the press ot advertisini
interesting local mat
tcr is necessarily omitted.
The Sons of Temperance wl
festival at Terope ;
ance Hall , Harney fatreet , th
Those "who intend to turn 01
Hat Brigade wl
with the Plug
meet at the
morning at nil
mounted , this
o'clock , bharp.
The "Hooks have decided upt
their uniform for the parade ,
will be black pantaloons , and whi
gloves , and black coats. Tin
o'clock.Miss Fannie Clark , one of t
teachers of Brownell Hall , was mi
ried yesterday at Ft Culhoun , to
prominent Crockery merchant
Nebraska City. The pupils of Bro
granted an excursl
nell Hall were
to witness the ce
to Ft. Calhoun
The following notables are reg
tered at the Metropolorau : b AE <
Pacific land agent at t
61 * , Union
lanta , Ga ; Congressman
ot Lincoln ; TJ
Gen G H Roberts ,
of Cheyenne co\ \ .
Kam , Treasurer
Martin and w
ty ; Judge
Fremont ; Hon Jarvis S Chur
Brownville ; W D Blackburn , ]
The following prominent arriv
arc at the Grand Centnil :
Prof A L Perry , of William's C
who will deliver thec
lege , Mass ,
'ion before the State B > ard of A :
-ilinre ; General Ama-n Cobb , ,
Lincoln ; Hon Guy C B irton , ' ,
North Platte ; OeneralJCMcBr'
. f Schnyler , our next Triasui
Hon J H Masters , Fremont.
Received dailjby express. _
PUNDT. ML.YEB & RAAVK :
Tag Firemen Their Annual Para
Line of March Boll , Etc
T-i-day the annual parade
tlic Omaha Fire Department
and undoubtedly it
ttle place ,
pr.o the most Miccevhful nd
that has i
I .nit afliiir of the
Tin pircdln the West.
The attendance from nelghbo
e.ii'will be very large , nearly
vi-titinir firemen having already 1
oillcially reported. The Mayor , !
Council , Police , and the mem
of the press will also participate
The parade will be an interes
and beautiful scene , and the 1
Hat Brigade , who will take [
will be the means of causing a bi
grin to spread over the countenai
of thu thousands of spectators.
The orators of the duy are I
Cowln and Colonel E
The Department will form
Douglas street , at 10:30 a m. , \
the Right resting on Fourtec
Btieet , in the following order :
Chief and Assistants , mounte
City Marshal and Police.
Twenty-third lufantrv Band.
Chiefo of Visiting Fire Dej
Carriages with Mayor and Cc
Durant Engine and Hose C
pany. Pioneer Hook and Ladder C
pany. Omaha Stenmer , No 1.
r.i i 1 ing Steamer , No. 2.
x i Band.
Viiulu Steamer , No. 3.
nvincible Brittle Baud , I
more , alias Kvmpton.
occasion will bo revlewe
ndCity Council , and
of march will be as follows ;
South on Fourteenth to
Faruham to Ninth ; t
countermarch west on Furnhan
Fifteenth south on Fifteenth
Hamey ; east on Harney to Nil
north on Ninth to Douglas ; we *
Douglas to Sixteenth ; north on 5
teenth to Dodge ; east on Dodgi
Tenth south on Tenth to Furnli ;
vest on Farnham to Creighton
where the oration will bo delivei
' and then be dismissed.
The day will conclude will
grand ball at Crelghton Hall.wl
hntf been gaily decorated for the
a number of vHtins : i
men have already arrived , and
remainder will put in an uppeara
liiis evening and -
ing.A firemen's sociable will t ;
at JKngino No. 2
F m the fmet brand of Sejr ;
gO to \VlST & FniTOHEH'S
sep2&-ot 222 Douglas S
Buy your Butter at TMier Catt
Depot , two doors north of Han
Meat Market on loth'streeL
GREAT HAT EMPORIUM
BEST GOODS ,
THE EXPOSITION !
Eighth Annual Exhibition of the
State Agricultural and
Free to the World to Enter.
The formal of enlng of the Eighth
Annual Exhibition of the Nebraska
State Agricultural and Horticultur
al Societies occurred yesterdaj. The
weather is auspicious and it is ac
cepted as an omen of prosperity ,
while nature smiling and happy
vith her laden fruitage , the proud
creation from her fertile soi1 , stands
on the very threshold of a grand
success , to grace Nebraska's brow
with the proudest coronet of earth
moulded with the mature and gath
ered products from her rich lands ,
the solid and gratifying results ol
her past annual labors.
juubor is the life of soil and sci
ence , it brings order out of chaos ,
con ver s bogs and swamps into flow
ing tields of grain and waving corn
changes the wild prairie into t
blooming garden , arrests barbarii
forces anct in triumph plants upot
their ruins a luminous civilization
Our State's progression , Nationa
prosperity and the support and ele
vation of our social institutions ar
indebted to the science of agricul
'tural labor. Whereagrioulture live
all branches of Industry exists an
flourishes ; when that declines th
jt industries of a nation arc aflecte
111 and arrested and following in tt
same disastrous wake , df-cay to
comes sure and rapid. Then ho
cheering and animating the infli
> n euces of an oveut that is inaugi
It rated to-day by the fruitful blessjuj
te of agriculture for the exhibition
varied productions of hart
ey all the
BD art to gratify and elevate the e
and heart , and to Incite the umbitk
citizen within our bold
heir of every
ir- to a more
a s-hrine of her lofty science.
of Large and liberal provisions ha
the various Sts
w- been by
won sevaral dppartmer
on Boards in their
Fair one of l
re- to make the present
most interesting and success !
events that has ever occurred in t
State of Nebraska.
following Officiary coropoi
jh- the Slate Board of Agriculture ;
J. Sterling Morton , Prest. Nub. Cl
ise ; M. Dunham , 1st Vice Pres Omal
10S C. H. Walker , 2d " Low (
.111- Jas. W Moore , Treas. Neb. City
D. H. Who. . lor , Sec'y. pjattsuiou
BOAKU OF jrANAGERS.
Re- M. Dunham , Chairman ; M. Stoi
ing , C. H. Window , W. P. Cc
als idge , Jus. T. Allen.
J. T. Edgar.
> ra- MAnsiiAi , .
gri- F. A. Tiwlel'.Jr. '
< > f The following is the Officiary en
"f posing the State Horticultural i
rer ; Jas. T. Allan , President , utOrou
Jas. H. Gregtf , Vice Pres A eb Ci
D II. Wheeler , Treas. Plattsmoi
Jas. W. Moore , Sec'y. Neb. C
The Fair grounds are located
B. Saratoga Precinct , aim but a si
distance from thecorporateliir.lt
ide the city , and with its attractive !
roundings , convenipnces and fat
of ties for a State Fair cani.ot be >
will passed as a favorable location
will any other portion in the State. '
briU enclosure comprise- acres of Iu
The south elde c ntains 100 st
for cattle , ft feet each , and 100 f
ring swine 8 feet each ,
400 for sheep and ,
jeen the north side are located 34
City stalls , 26 double open stalls , and
bers single stalls. The building for
ting offices of the various departmeni
, ample and convenient , being : GO
in length and 26 feet in width ;
building for carriages and buggl
aces large and commodious , being
Ion. feet in length and 32 feet In wii
. F. The Exhibition Building is the 1 :
est of its class in the State I
vlth on constructed in the form of a Oi
; nth Cross , and Is 150 feet in length e
way , and by Including the vac
d. corners it would be 150 feet squ ;
Each termination of the cross I
and the centre of
lart- feet square ,
building is 50 feet square. It is i
bellished with five towers , one
mn- each terminal cross projection , ac
main tower in the centre. Tl
om- are large and spacious entrance *
each of the cross terminals.
In the centre of the structure
an cnclo. uro Some 16 feet squi
within J\liii4h a fountain has b
erected. The sur oun < ling frai
'rof. work is tos cfully bovvered and
corateditli runningrores and t
nitig vines , and from the centre <
mass of mineral and moss 'nat
the to the State , " arranged with a us
ral carel s.-ncsfi ( from which
am , fountain > i.-es encompas > ed will :
hen variety of ferns ana water plai
i tote "
to The fountain is "composed of fee1
ith : jets , one stationary , and six on a
ton volving g'obe , under which h
fountain head containing twc
am ; jets , when in lull motion there
[ all , udes a dslicate vapory spray as
red , jets from the revolving globe fch
up their silvery streams in sp
rich form , invo'ving and circling
oc- centre jet as it darts its clean
liquid column upward , the wli
- creating an effect beautiful n
nee attractive. The fountain at i
> rn- head will throw a stream twen
rtv ) feet above the j t. We are
ake formed that James C. Mailer ,
young plumber of our city , devl
and constructed it.
ws , Within the centre of the groui
is located the half mile race tra
on which the trials of speed by i
blooded horses are determined. J
cing is a concomitant of fairs , i
one of its exciting and
tures. To exhibit the mettle f
endurance of an animal , and (
play upon the turf the strength i
speed of blooded horses , cxuioit
II the astonishing power and peri
tion which can only be seemed
BS ! severe and constant training ,
rapid tlino by practice , la not with *
out its lesson , and will ever com *
mand the recognition and support
of all classes and conditions of soci
ety. A tastefully erected stand for
the judges is located on the north
side of the arena near the track ,
and another near it for the use and
accommodation of reporters for the
On the north side of the track ,
and directly opposite the judges'
stand , is a large and well arranged
amphitheatre , capable of seating
eight hundred persons comfortably ,
while a thousand can be accommo
dated. It commands an excellent
view of the arena , where the pro
cessions of premium stock , and
other interesting features occur , and
also an uninterrupted prospect ol
the entire race course and tqe great
er portion of the Fair grounds. It
is firmly and substantially erected ,
with a good roof for protection , and
is convenient and useful as well as
ornamental. On the east side is the
main gate or general entrance to the
grounds ; the treasurer's office is lo
cated at the gate. Horses and car
riages enter on the south side of it ,
foot passengers on the north tide.
Booths and refreshment stands are
erected above the entrance in a con
tinuous line , running north anc
facing the west.
The agricultural and horticultura
departments are arranged int <
classes and then divided into lot ?
by which the premium list is regu
lated and determined. The agri
cultural department consists o
THE FIRST CliASS
is 'composed of horses , mules an
asses , und Is divided into seven lot
Lot 1 consists of thoroughbreds ; 1 <
2 , draft horses , to be actually teste
\v on the grounds ; lot 3 , general util
and horses of a
ty lot.4 ,
11- ; .
11u - work ; lot 5 , sweepstake horses ; li
6 , asses and mules ; lot 7 , lad
is composed of cattle and is dividt
> u into 11 lots as follows : Lot 1 , Shu
er Horns and Thorough-breds ; lot
Lie Devons , thorough-bred ; lot 3 ,
derneya ; lot 4 , Ayershires ; lot
lot 6 Holsteins lot
ve Jerseys ; , ;
ite Herefords ; lots , Grade cattle ; 1
its 9 , Sweepstakes cattle ; lot 10Wor ,
he ing cattle , and lot 11 , Put ( tattle.
ful CLASS TIIKEE
he ii composed of sheep and diviu
into 4 lots : Lot 1 , Short wool ; :
; es 2 , Middle wools ; lot 3 , Longwoo !
Jot 4 , Sweepstakes and mixed hree <
m. is composed of swine and divid
m.11. . into 5 lots : Lot 1 , Berkshircs ;
2 , Poland-China ; lot 3 , Essex :
th. 4 , White hogs ; lot 5 , Sweepatak
is composed entirely of poultry a .
consists of only one lot in variety
is comuosed of agricultural produ
and is divided Into 4 lots : Lei
relates to grain ; lot 2 , seeds ; lo
root crop' ; lot 4 , vegetables. Th
nn 13 a just provision made for
So- those obtaining premiums in t
class rJiut the articles shall be
ha. Dated to the fair , and either sold
ity. the ground to tjip highest bidder
ith. the benefit of the association , or <
ity. tributed gratuitously iu such qu
tjtjes as the board may determi
There are no exnibltors in this cl
but what will appreciate tlm cqu
ble disposition of their articles.
is known as "Champion" and c
sists of two lots Lot 1. relates
the best yield per acre of corn ,
wheat , spring wheat , oats , bar
Irih potatoes , flax and rye. ' .
society haswi'ely denominated
class as "Champion" , " with
view "that these will be uw
the successful competitor of the t
of "Champion" in their respeoi
classes. The party winning
championship is required to be re
to contest for the championship
each subsequent fair and rem
"Champion" until the honoi
taken from him by a more ski
person. " Lot 2- relates to "Ai
Day" or the planting of trees wL
is required to be done on the sea
Wednesday of April in each yi
and to any farmer or citizen A
succeeds in planting a greater ni
ber of trees , either of fruit , for
evergreens , or other varieties , si
be entitled tothe requisite premh
is composed of machinery and
plementa relating to farm , don
tic and general use , and is divi
into four lots : Lot 1 relates to
: is the machinery connected w
farming ; lot 2 , to domestic UF
een 1 13 , to appurtenant tor bulldi
lot 4. to the apiary , or hives for
* * "
is miscellaneous nnd Is divided I
itu- five lots : Lot 2 relates to vehicl
the lot 2 , to t-toves and tinware ; Iol
cabinet ware ; lot 4 , tanners' , s
Its dlers' and shoemakers' work , be
and shoes ; lot 5. wooden ware.
re- CLASS TEX
> a is composed of fine arts and tex
Ive "abrics , and h divided into two I
ex- Lot 1 , relating tothe best num
the of pards of woolen cloth flannel , 1
oot cloth , carpets &c. ; best pair
iral woolen blankets , stockings , soc
the mittens , &c. ; also , patchwork qul
md in silks , calico , cloth , and worsti
and coverlets ; lo
iolmd relates to plain Dewing , embroide
needlework , crochet wo
luh laming ,
in- CLASS ELEVENT
of geological , mine ;
tin- is composed
tined botanical and zoological , and is
vided into two lots.
nds CLASS TWELVE
ck , elates to edibles , and is confined
our one lot.
Ra- CLASS THIRTEEN
Ramd is o discretionary one , which
"ea- Board in their wisdom have create
in d to guard against any omission :
lis- articles in any of the foreeo :
ing The Horticultural Departm
fee- consists of three classes.
feeby CLASS ONE
/el- relates to fruits , and is divided t
pears , peaches , plums , apricots , nec-
tarlnes , quinces and grapes In all
their varieties. Lot 2 relates to
canned and dried fruits , Jellies and
is composed of and relates entirely
to hedges , groves and orchards.
composes the Floral , and is divided
into t\vo lots. Lot one embraces the
professional and cut Cowers ; lot two
relates to the amateur and same as
the professional. In this latter lot
special premiums are to be awarded
by James Vick , the Florist , of Ro
chester and W. J. Hesser , Florist ,
Plattsinouth , Nebraska , for the best
display of llowers grown from their
cuts or seeds
We have taken the care and pains
to enumerate all these classes for
the bene'fit of thu patrons of the
Omaha Daily and Weekly LEE for
our city , county and State , and from
which will follow a technical report
of the classes as represented hi "The
Secretary Wheeler's book at eight
o'clock last evening , exhibited over
thirteen hundred entries , and from
the manner they arc coming in , it
is supposed they will reach nearly
three thousand before the day closes ,
as the books were to remain open
only until 5 o'clock p. m. yesterday.
1 This alone speaks volumes , and
prognosticates a success without an
equal in the chronicle of Nebraska
The BIE : special reporter desire :
if here to sincerely acknowledge the
gentlemanly courtesies and facili
ties extended to him by Hon. J
d Sterling Morton , president ; D. H
s : Wheeler , secretary , and J. W
itd Moore , treasurer , of the Board o
d Agriculture , and also to James T
i11 Allen , president of the Horticultura
11 Society ; Hon. nMartin Dunham
chairman of the board of manager *
and J.T.Edgar , general superinten
dent , for their generous assistance
uniform kindness and urbanity i
imparting every information reli
tive to their official trusts with !
their respective spheres.
5 , NOTICK is hereby given that ot
respective banks will be closed at
[ otk o'clock p. m , , Wednesday , Sept. 31
k- and Thursday , Oct. 1 , next , for tl
purpose of giving our employees a
opportunity to attend the Sta
ed Fair. C.LD WELL , HAMILTON & C
lot B. B. WOOD , Cashier ,
Is ; EZUA MlLLARD , Prest. ,
E. CUEIQHTON , Preat ,
Who sells pure liquor the chea
est ? McKelligon. tep29tf
.nil HAT3 ,
ict- HAT EMPORIU
tl , Best Silk Hats ,
ts , Best Soft Hats ,
ere Best Stiff Hats ,
all In the Cil
hide - 511 Thirteenth street. s29 t
enter PRINCIPE CHIARS and CurPE
tor IQUE at Max Meyer & Co.'a.
an sll FrtdericUs Qrcat Hat St (
ne. opposite Grand C <
for Bargains ,
Whitney , 255 Douglas street ,
Celling very flue shoes at Very L <
f to TJIIJ finest brands of Sherry a
fall Port Wines at Chas L Krutli's ,
ley 267 Douglas , corner 15th fit
thi Call at FolacVs and be convim
the that he is selling Fine Clothing a
ded Furnishing Goods cheaper than a
: itle other house in Omaha.
tive sept295t 238 Farnhnm \
ady Who sells the purest whiske
lain Fonthe Finest and nevest
is styles of Furniture , both in I
Iful Room and Parlor sets , and in fan
bor . Brackets Ottoma
articles , viz. , ,
lich the Furniti
etc. , y > u
end Warehouse nf WM. SEXAUER
ear sept295t 225 Farnham i
jm- .TUCKER'S STOCK ! ! |
est , SALE OF
liall BANKRUPT STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
16s * i
| LORING & CO'S.
ded W. B.
all corner 14th and Farnham street
Having bought the entire stock .
ies ; BOOTS AND SHOES
ng ; of 'the assignee ot A. Tuck
bee bankrupt , at a large discount frr
the original cost to Tucker , we t
prepared to offer some
Allgoodsare marked in plain flguri
es ; ONLY OXE PRICE ,
fall and examine them ,
AT W. B. LORING & Co. ,
Corner of 14th and Farnham stre
sep 29 It
tile Who sells the best whlsVe ;
nts : McKelligon. sep29tl
. OMAHA CANDY FACTORY , corn
of Douglas and 12th. Do not
home without calling at this poplar
It lar establishment.
* , sept29t5 HKSRY L. LATEY.
t 2 VISITORS to the State Fair shou >
remember that WIST & FKITSCHJ
irk , re the largest Manufacturing ai
Importing CTg'ar House in the cit
and should call and examine thi
ral , immense stock. sept29t3
James McVittie has removed
tto 169 l < arnham street , where he
prepared to furnish the public wl
fruits of all descriptions Also m
the and candles of every kind. Al
ted the finest and purest cider in t
sot market. sept29t5
ing IXPOTED Rhine Wine , and Clos
of the-Best Brands and Most Sup <
ent . XKUTLI'S
ior quality at-CHAS. L.
sep',29 5t 267 Douglas Cor. 15tb
a to Who has the finest brands
cigars ? McKellJgon. eep29U
REPUBLICAN FLOAT CONVEN
25th .Representative District.
Met at the Grand Central at3
o'clock yesterday and was called * o
older by the "Chairman , Elam
Clark , of Was > hinjr on.
On motion , Judge Morton , of
Fremont , was called to the chair
and John McMurphy elected Sec-
A committee of three , on creden
tials , was appointed as follows :
Messrs. Wm. Horn , Ballew and
On motion the informal ballot
showed the following candidate ?
and votes : Btrnes , of Cass , four ;
Thurston , of Omaha , seven ; Cater ,
of Dodge , three ; Sprick , of Wash
ington , three. The first formal bal
lot stood the same and for the whole
afternoon those seventeen fellows
ballotted for that flout Representa
tive and never got any further
than : Thurston , seven ; Barnes ,
four ; Sprick , three ; Cater , thrte.
At five o'clock they adjourned
one hour for supper , and stayed out
to canvas for more than
They had then taken just thirty
ballots. On opening the conven
tion after the nd'ournnient , four
more ballots were taken , making34
John W. Barnes was nominated
on the 34th ballot by the following
vote : Color , one ; Thurston , seven ;
Barnes , nine.
Mr. Barnes was called for and
made a handsome speech.
Mr. Thurston was called out and
made a glorious , triumphant and
amid sreat cheers.
happy.ppi-ech , ;
Mr. Cater said he was for the
Mpicet first , last and all the time ;
urged unit n and harmony and shook
the nominee by the hand.
A central committee for the ensu
ing year was then appointed , con
sisting of Wm. Morti n , of Dodge ,
Chairman ; Jame * Foley , of Washington
of Ca s :
ington ; John McMurphy ,
.1. M. Thurston , of Douglas ; B
Tz chuck , of Sarpy.
JOHN MACMURPIIY , Sec'y.
WM. MOKTON. , Ch'm.
It is a fact that Polaok sells tin
be-t clothing for the least money.
238 Farnham St
THE best Bourbon and Ryp Whis
kles in the city at Chas. L. Krutli's
267 Douglas , corner 15th st.
1D GreatBargains in Boots and Shoe
| at Whitney's , 255 Douglas st.
te For fine clothing and furnishin
tee goods to suit the fall and wiuti
season , call at
se5eodts M. HELLMAN & C' '
It WANTED !
ItP One first-class Shirt Troner ar
Polisher , one g od Plain Ironer , ai
one good Starcher. To persons wl
can fill these places , Steady emplo.
ment will be civen.
GAGE'S L\UNI > UY.
s21tf 515 und 517 12th st.
Whesler & Wilson's "Sewn
Machine rooms has removed to N
569 15thstreet _ , Jacobs' block.
25 25 25 25
per cent savea by purchasing yo
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD
HATS , TRILNKS ,
n-e AND VALISES , Etc. ,
at H. BRASH & BRO ,
Corner of 12th & Farnham Sts.
is sept 28 J5t
Birth Ward Begistration Notice.
Notice is hereby given to tl
nd voters of the Sixth Ward in theci
of Omaha , State of Nebraska , th
the undersigned Registrar of sa .
-5t wafa will sit for the corre tion
the registry of the voters of sn
ward at the Engine House , corn
of Twentieth and Izara streets , <
ny the 5th and 6th days of Octob <
1874" , from 9 o'clock a. mto
o'clock p. m. , except one hour
noon of each day.GEO.
GEO. L. SEYBOLT ,
ted Any quantity of furnishing goo <
icy such , as shirts , underwear , socl
ns , etc. , from the 'finest" to low
are grades , sold very cheap at
Bel5eodtf M. HELLMAN & C
YOUTHS' ANP BOYS' CLOT ]
ING , the best assortment in tl
city at H. BRASH & BRO. ,
forner 12th and Farnham Si
WE received this morning all tl
novelties in Ladies' Collars at
Cuffs. KURTZ , MOHH & Co.
.of MANILLA and DOVE TAIL Cm AI
at Max Meyer & Co.'a. sept29t3
or , | e
> m Visit Frederick18 Great Hat Slo
ire for Bargains , opposite Grand Ce :
tral Hotel. a 29 3t
DYEIXQ , Cleaning and repaint
es , done in the neatest manner , at tl
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
10th SL.bet. Farnham and Dougla
, apr28t f.
NEW CANNED GOODS , and
ALL GROCERIES RETAILED
AT WHOLESALE Piucr-s BY
icr 24tf A. H. GLADSTONE & Co.
go BOY your Hats and Caps at tl
Cheap Cash Store. E. H. Samor ;
539 16th street. sept21tf
CALL AT O'NEILL'S
and examine the Finest , Best S <
bill | lected nd Cheape ° t stock of CAS
HIMERES , COATINGS , etc. , ev <
brought to Omaha. Choose yoi
patterns , and I will make tlum i
in the latest styles , and ut exceei
iugly low figures.BfeJ.
to BfeJ. O'NEILL ,
is 23 101 217 Faruham St.
th i CAKPETINGS.
its You can always find the large
I 1 and best assortment of
iet WINDOW SHADES
MATS AJS'D RUGS
3t.of at JOHN B. DETWILER'S ,
of 14th street , between Farnham an
D o lM stmts. 3 atfwlt !
A few questions for the parties to
answer in regard to "NEW" Howe
Machines for $35.00.
1st. Why are the Machines all
numbered over 700,000 ( which
numbers the Company have never
reached ) if th y aie good machines ?
2d Why do not the numbers iu
the shuttle race correspond with the
plate uumbers if they are new
3d. Why are the numbers in the
shuttle-race all filed down so as not
to be legible if they are new ma
Parties purchasing Howe Ma
chines will look well to the uumbers
and see that the plate numbers and
numbeife in shuttle-race correspond ,
as they ought to in every Howe
Machine that has not been tampered
THE HOWE MACHINE Co.
The best Boots and Shoes are
Burt and Mear's hand made. Get
them at Whitney's 255 Douglas
street. Ho has the exclusive sale
of them. s29 It
SADDLE ROCK OYSTERS
& 2S 2t at PEYCKE'S.
E6PSEE McKelligon-a card on
second page. June2-tf
The cheapest and best plpce to
get a gooU dish of oysters , or a cup
of coffee and a sandwich , is at
254 Dodge St. , bet. 14th & 15th.
VISITORS i.v THE CITY SHOULI
NOT FAIL TO CALL and see BUSH
MAN'S immense stock of DR"i
GOODS. Only One Price Asked.
265 DOUGLAS STREET ,
One Door East of Fifteenth Street
THOSE in want of any of the ne\
Beaded trimmings , can f.nd a mag
niticeut line in all the new styles a
HOUSTON < k GARRISON'S ,
sepl26t6 227 Farnham stree
IN TIME FOR THE FAII
Mrs. C. F Hickman will have
grand display of Milinery Goods o
Tuesday next , the 29th lust. , an
will continue during the week.
26 Ot No 2ofi Douglas street.
0. VIRGINIA Straight-cut and Ca1
endish at Max Meyer& Co.'s.
id The finest shoos for ladies are J
10 CBnrt's. . You can get them
y Whitney , 255 Douglas street.
Yixit Frederick's ' Great Hat Sto
for Bargains , opposite Grand Cfa
tral Hotel. s29 3t
lg ' GOOD SIK HATS. FALL STYLI
only f 5 00 Also the finer grad
just received at BUNCE'S ,
sept20,29,30i31 Douglas strec
The latest styles iu suits at su
ur | prising low figures sold by
&e5eodtf M. HELLMAN&C
The Finest Boots and Shoes a
at W. N WHINEY'S.
s29 It 255 Douglas street.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS
BY TUB HUNDRED
H. BRASH & BROTHERS ,
Corner Twelfth and Farnham at
.id FOR the finest brands of Smokir
o and Chewing Tobacco , go to
WEST & FRITCHEB'S ,
er sept29 5t 222 Douglas St.
BOOTS AND SHOES
at THE LARGEST
AND BEST STOCK
IN THE CITY
AT HENRY DOHLE & CO.
is , Our carpet department vras nev
before so well supplied with bcaul
ful goods , in all the new styles ai
o > patterns , as now ; and our prices a
altogether pcasjug ] to those who a
in search of pretty and cheap good
HOUSTON & GARRISON.
sept 26 6t 227 Farnham St
SADDLE ROCK OYSTERS H
id LADIES' FINE SHOES ,
THE BEST AoSORTMENT
AND THE LAUGEST STOCK
LOW PRICES ,
AT HENRY DOHLE & CO.'S
210 FARNHAM ST. , BET. 12TJ
re stpt28t2 AND 13TH.
SADDLE ROCK OYSTERS
a 28 2t at
Bunce does have all the leadin
styles of fine batsand sells as low i
the very lowest. .Give him a call.
sept 26 4t.
ELEGANT DRESS GOODS A' '
BETSWORTH'S CELEBRATED DEE
SEA BRAND OYSTERS.
The opst flavored Oyster jtj tb
market. TAKE NO OTHER.
For sale at wholesale by
J. C. ROSENFELD ,
General Northwestern Ag L
sr Send for Price List. s9 1m.
TO HOTEL KEEPERS.
1- Co-is ,
BED COMFORTS , ETC
For sale in any quantities by
DEWEY & STONE ,
st 187,189 , and 191 Farnham bl
READ the ne-.v advertisement c
M. Hellman & Co. septlSeodtf
Havana and Domesti
Cigars of the finest brands at
CKAS. L. KRUTLI'S ,
267 Douglas , cor. 15th SI
PEYCKE'S OYSTER HOUSE.
207 Farnham Street.
Stewed " in milk , 50
do " in water , 50
do " Boston
do " a la Brochct 75
Fried " '
Roasted fancy on
A Booth's Select per can 75
do medium G5
JEWELRY A very fine assortment
ment now invite attention
Popular Store of Butterfield &
Whipple , No. 264 Douglas street ,
Jorner 15th. sept28-6t
NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED !
LOW PRICKS ! !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ! !
CALL AT THE
NEW YORK DRY GOODSSTORE
228 FARNHAM STREET.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One Full Cabinet Wheeler and
Wilson Sewirg Machine , with all
the latest improvements. Itianew
has never been run. Inquire at the
BEE office. aug7-tf
Blankets , Table Linens , Towels ,
Napkins , Bed Spreads , Quilts , Car
pets , &c. , in immense variety at
HOUSTON & GARRISON'S.
sept26t6 227 Farnham street
IMPORTANT TO COAL CON
Edwards & Conklin , coal dealers
sell their OWN coal , purchased it
Buffalo and at the cval mines , ant
do NOT sell on COMMISSION
all kinds of SOFT coal of LEGITI
MATE dealers. 182 Farnham st.
bet. lltb and 12th fep26t3
Boys' , youths' and children'
clothing ; the best varieties and sol
tvery low at
se5eodtf M. HELLUAN < k Cc
SADDLE ROCK OYSTERS at
OF DRY GOODS
sep25tr at BUSHMAN'S.
We will sell the best Boots an
finest Shoes at the lowest prices.
s29 It W.N. WHITNEY.
GEO. H. PETERSON , taepionec
cigar manufacturer , keeps coi
stantly on hand the very be
brands of cigars , and also Tion
Jack , Fruits and Flowers , an
re "Durham" Smoking Tobacci
n- 211 Douglas street.
s OMNIBUS for the Fair Grount
es will leave the Grand Central Hoti
and Post Office at 2 p. m. every da
itr - during the week.
r sept23tf G. W. HosrAN , Jr.
Persons who are willing to ai
commodate guests during the Stai
re Fair with rooms aiid board , wi
please leave their names or addrei
with D. H. WHEELER ,
11 Secretaiy of State Board of Agr
culture. bept 26-3t
Overcoats made up m the be ;
style , for comfort as well as el <
gance , at very moderate prices.
6t s5 cod tf M. HELLMAN & Co.
> B NEW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S !
WALL PAPER f. > r sale very chea
at JOHN B. DETWILEK'S
Carpet Store , 14th street betwee
Farnham and Douglas.
FRESH Imported and KE
WEST Cigars at Max Meyer & Co'
NEW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S.
tiid WINDOW SHADES t TRIMMINO
Tinted shade cloth , white line
re Hollands , band shades , store ehadi
and cords and tassels to match.
JOHN B. DBTWILBR ,
Carpet Store , 14th street , ootww
Faruham and Douglas.
Foit SALE. A neat cottage cor
taining four rooms , together wit
lease of lot for three years. Ther
is a well of excellent water , and
50 barrel cistern on the premise !
Will be sold CJteap for Cash. Aj
ply to SPAUN < fc PHITCUETT ,
Attorneys at Law , 51113th stree ;
Tun leading Merchant Tajloi
J. H. Stein , having purchased
large and elegant stock of goods i
now prepared to do lioth civil am
military work In the latest am
best style. He guarantees to fur
nish entire satisfaction to all/nn <
at the very lowest possible figures
We advise all to give him a call be
fore looking elsewhere.
NEW GOODS AT UUSIIMAN s.
Buy your Dry Goods at the Cheaj
Cash Store. E. H. Samory , 55 !
16th street. eept21-tf
Iowa Coal , $7.00 per ton , deliver
pd by Perry & Yeomans , Genera
Agents , Ellipse Coal and Mining
Co. , Des Moines , office 508 13tl
street , between Farnham and Doug
las streets. sept 1 1m.
BUY your Boots and Shoes at thi
.I/heap Cash Store. E. H. Samory
559 16th street sept21tf
Fresh Taffy and Caramels at thi
the Omaha Candy Factory. Fresl
broken stick candy at half price.
if H. L. LATET ,
s7tf Douglas st. , cor. 12th.
Indian Curiosities at No. 17C
Farnham street , corner llth street
may 7-tf. _
NEW GOODS AT BUSH MAN'S !
TVOELB t , * . CfcM FWtS
Th Kl g J
SALES TOE 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines
ItBelWOTer One Hundred and Thirteen llioujsndn.ore JUililLcstltni'crcsoId
' of th.
ra utnt d
THE SINGER MANF 0 00.
, N. NASON , Agest ,
NO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BROWN & BRO. .
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
Agents for the Oriental Powder -'Co.
, USTEEB. .
STEJXE & JOHNSON ,
and 54O Fo-orioezxTli Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DOD&E
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
TO CUKIGIITOK AX D MOUOAK
WHOLESALE GEOCEES ,
So. W j Fariiliam Street
WHITNSY , CO.
? o. 2 7 Sougiaa Street ,
AGE.NTS'FOa TH DUTOVT POWDER CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
AND DEALERS ZZV
Canned Goods , Dried 'Fruits , Green Fruits in Season ,
j 1 ORDERS SOLICITED. ' ND PROMITLY FILLED.
A , IE. S I DUE IF S O US' ,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
532 ST. ,
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I beep con -.ntly on hand the tinr t ? lo.Vof Bread Cloili , CuMcirrcs znd Yntln
rhlcb I am prepared to mate up in tie moat fa.'LiocjL'e HIJ lo iLd to Milt tin uioit faMlflinu
nt the lowest i > o3iicie prict . jelOdl r
PUNDT , ISEYEB § c RAAP3IE ,
Teas , Spices , Tobacco and Cigars.
212 FarnLain Street. Omalia.
< J J
DRY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and SOTIOSS.1
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS Ef-
Kotions. il Boots nnfl Shoes.
JOBBER I F"
IRON , STEEL , "NAILS- WAGON STOCK/
afHh , > . -3 ,
toxv" , roi.nvvrotiLtv. .
tKKAO IVAOMNS. mchl3y4
Bou2.icx.f3 St. , O aaJia. STGS
TIjw Old KentiivkrWliWi < an'l Importcl oed * a
bit'an ' sat lotr prlcai on 10 yea 1
I ftpc-rceat. on the amount oi II
LARGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte , J.oup Fo --i --K- n VaHej
; . AM. R.E. Co. will seU about 010.000 , . v
waured rounlry , at Irons Jlto f "
South of he - -
TbeComim7'OwB < 8Iarg bodr ftbc butlan'IfnMc i na. inipr r'fiJ ' nnmtrou
ind ijt ut tpltsrailroil iniin tbaUr-eit.inl _ l "riop i pift Ibe dt U , M alj
UDOuit < > pabUcai VtHaj. Kjrclrculiij altjll iafjr ion " " " ! 10
C. B. SCHALLhR , . Agent B. & 3L Land Offlc <
tornerof Mntfi and Farnham St . . i
Or btstral Land Dep&xtBUBt *