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    THE OMAHA BEE
WEDNESDAY OCT. 14 , 1874.
1 HflAL TAPER OF Tilh iTI'V.
THE OMA1IA DAILT BEE
It served to tuDscnbers by carrier , to " 7
tart ol tbe city , every evening JM"1// . * Z
jeptt.1. ) filtetn nl iier Ufr * .TSlor
sinuonths , and J7.00 psranuum , wn i * " >
DAI1 Squints about irregularltira ,
this cJifc * will receive prompt "B
TUB OMAHA IIAILT Da will > *
uiecriberB ttheiolowlngrst , y
rikbly in advance :
57.00 per an mm.
Trfx tmLil0DAU.T HBK u - ' . > *
rjlIiUEBT circulation in the city , ana ts ,
tfrdore , the be t and cheat-fit advertming
or ADVEKISINQ. Local notices , 25
per line : local advei llttmt nt * . 20
line ; by the month , 10 cent * . Po
vueaient insert l for less than SO cuit * .
Ki-ccia notices , 10 cent * ir line ; .luslp m r-
UtiD. not less than 25 centr.
Transient abt rtJ'menU must lnva.5 bly be
raid tor in advance. .
ndTertlneioenU t-y pec l
K te lor standing
Notices , Htatementa , Tebuuir
Work , etc. , requiring careJul rcvUiou i.y coyj
orprool tel * furniJhcd , niu > t bo " "J * * , *
belore ten o'clock A. M. U > insure lunertlou the
1 Local advertisemeijU betore two
Ad vertbeEients J lore one o'clock p. it
All sdvertltemeuts for the Wkiii-Y BKB
mutt be hanJeJ in l fore Monday noon , for the
I mmt > week's Iwua.
Oi eiiins and Closing ol ails in
Omaha.
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Chicaco fcnd all Eastern cities , Nebraska
City FlatUCEOUtu , Council BluOaimd Burllng-
ton 'dueHt 1031' ! . , cluse. at liW a. m. aud
it.PLouis and fat. Joseph , due at 100 a. in.
nd 7 P. m. ; dotes at 1:45 p. m. and 4.30 a. in.
Office open tundays from 12 to 1 p. m.
ft K. YOST. Postmaster.
lltitlYAL AND DEl'AU'l CUE OF
TttAJKS.
JluuU
This Is the only line running Pullman Uotal.
n w tliTciicocK H ttttV P DECEL ,
" ( PeP'l. Wts. PasL Agt. Tlctet Agent.
Chicago , 111. Omaha , Neb.
Union Puclflc.
LKAVS. ABBOT.
Dally Exercise 11:30 A. M. 3.00P.M.
Daily Mixbd 4:45 : P.M. 10:00 P. M.
Oilly Frcicbt 6:00 A. M. 6.45P.M.
Dally Freight.6. . A. It. S-Jta A. U
Cblr e < > t nock l > l na A-
10:40 P. M.
- 110.00 A.M.
CklcBgo & NortUwe trn. .
Mrt\ . . . 5 CA.M. 10:40P.H.
jfe.a : : : : : : P-H. tiaooA. *
Ken a CUr , St.Jo. & Council Bluffs
8..6- 0 A. M. 10:00 A.M.
.2 ) P. M. . 6:40 P. M.
n r
Omnlia. Si North\vcntern nnd Sloax
City & PaclSc.
BallKxpreBB 8:15A.M. 2:15P.M.
D&Ily except 8nn4oye.
OmnlbuBes and Baggage Wagon * leave the
fflcc. corner Karnham and Ninth uUuoU ; , flf-
een mlnut B in advance of tbe above Uallroaa
ot * DAILY 11KK In more
than doable llint of any oilier dally
Pcyckc Bros. , tlieleuding oyster
dealers , defy all competition. They
sell A. Booth's Oval Brand oysters
lower than any other house in the
citv. KeP2tf
BOOTH'S GYSTFJIS received daily
by express
PUNDT , Mnvun & EAAPKE.
OMAHA BREVITIES.
City Council will meet
Thursday evening.
"Randall" will trot m the free-
for-all race at Taducab.
District Court adjourned yester
day" till to-day at nine o'clock.
There.were three mass meetings
in the city Monday night Repub
lican , Democratic and Independent
The ladies of the Baptist Church
will give a bociable this eve
ning.
At the meeting Sunday evening
at the FirstM. E. Church , about the
sum of S400 was raised for the bepe-
t of the grasshopper sufferers.
-John "Wilson , a penniless and
friendless Granger , who was before
the PollocJCourtyesterdayfordi unk
euuess , was discharged.
Toenext theatrical entertain
ment that will be given in Omaha
will be by Furblshe's Sifth Aveuur
troupe. They are comliiff nec
week. , .
The following are yesterday's
Omaha grain quotations : Corn , old ,
< 58 ; new , 41. Rye , 6570. Wheat ,
J55@G6. Barley , 70@80. Oats , 85
TboUnited States District Court
will begin Its fall term lo-di
but the grand and petit jurors w
not be called till Thursday , at 2 p.
m. Judge Dundy will arrive here
to-day. - <
aiax Getscb. gets drunk occa
sioually. Yesterday he was be
fore the Police Court , and paid a
flne for ouc of those occasional
.drunks-
Mr.Jolm W.Hugus wasmanied
Tied to-day to Miss Sallie Carnan.ut
the residence of , Mr. E , R. Bullens ,
the Rev , Mr- Paterson officiating.
They left fortljo East Ibis after
noon , -via the Chicago &JJorthwes-
torn rallwayTind will visit In Can
ada , Vermont and Boston , before
they return. , ni
The celebrated "bog case" of ine
Crelchton vs. Forbes et.al. , which e
bas occupied the attention of the
JJistrict Court for the'last few days , " b
was decided in favor of the plaintiff , )1m
by the jury , who awarded him five m
cents damages. " Wenvere Informed
that the jury returned 'this Verdict sli
to Judge to
in direct contradiction tocl
to the cl
lake's charge as applicable
law of the case.
The attendance at the Demo-
craticmass meetingMonday evening
cl
in front of the Grand Central Hotel ,
-was considerably diminished by the atni
ni
eloquent and oratorical efforts of an
atubltious boot-black , who lighted a asM
asWJ
bonfirS ° f kis own in front of Byron WJ
Reed'sne\V building-anil mounting
a barrel "pitched into the. Dutch -
men" for belling beer . five-cents
per glass when boot-blacking" ww
only ten cents a bos , and" everybody - t
body wascrying _ for water works.
Personal.
Chauncey AVlltse has returned
from his surveying expedition.
Isaac Coe , of Nebraska City , is at
the Grand Central.
A. J. Cropsey , of Lincoln , is at
the Metropolitan.
Hon. John B. Alley , of Boston , is
at the Grand Central.
Moritz Meyer , representing Max
Meyer & Co. , left yesterday for a
business trip through the Stale.
H.Bewsand wife returned yester
day from Chicago , where they have
been enjoying a pleasant visit for
the last three weeks.
P. J. Nichols resumes his duties
to-day as superintendent of the
Eastern division of the Union Paci
fic railwaj- .
Mr. Thomas Rile } ' , accompanied
by his wife and sister , left yesterday
for a visit to the East. They will
be absent for three weeks.
The family of John Roberts , dep
uty United States internal reveuue
collector , arrived hereSaturday from
Nebraska City , and will make Oma
ha their future home. They are
now residing at the corner of Nine
teenth and Chicago streets.
The following are the arrivals at
theSretropolitan Hotel :
George E. Prichett , city ; Robt.
S\v rtout , city ; B Rosa and family ,
.Blair ; S B Folson , Folsomdae , N
Y ; M L Utter , Rockford , Illinois ;
H Kallar , Texas ; D W Heffner and
wife , Ashland , Ohio ; L P Humph
rey , Davenport , Iowa ; H S Risley ,
po ; J S Fleming , Georgetown , Col
orado ) Theodore Stimming , Chica
go ; J R Brophy and. > yifo , Laramie.
Tbp following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming J
H Cooper , Chicago ; Thoa B Eayle
and daughter , Santee Agency ; J D
Mans , Chicago ; Rufus atone , Sioux
City ; Gee A Sifon , Grand Island ;
Mrs Bundey , Fairmont ; Mrs A
Hajnies , Lincoln ; Mrs Mary Hierb ,
DCS Moinesj Wm and B F Bringolf ,
do ; Mrs S Anderson am } daughter ,
{ Sacramento ; A Cunningham and.
family , Logansport , Ind ; E Cox and
wife , Oregon ; D Jj phajy , Jr , Te
Yorkj Sam Orchard , Neb ; Fretf
Nash. St Joe ; J J Round , Cedar
Falls ; (7 Lawrence , M D , Port Calhoun -
houn ; Robert Treaddell and wife ,
ChlckesawVm ; Tucker and fara
ily , do ; John Hill , Laramie ; JR
Brakley , do ; C D Sinclair , Raolne ,
Wis.
Please send in election returns
from everywhere , as soon as possl
ble.
C. & N. W. Officials in.Town.
The following officials of the Chi-
cago&NorthwesternR.R. were inthe
city yesterday : Marvin Hughitt ,
Qpneral Superintendent ; HH Porter
ter , General Manager ; C. G. Wheeji
pr , General FrelghJ ; Agent ; and J.
S. OUvpr , Superintendent pf t
Iowa Divi&ioij.
These gentlemen were In oonsulta
tlon all the morning with the Union
Padtlo officials at the latter compa
ny's headquarters , In regard to the
transfer nuisance and concerning
the contemplated putting on of a
through car from Chicago to San
Francisco. The result of their de
liberations we are not allowed to
make public , but sufficp it to s
that overytliing "is favorable to
Omaha as usual. "
Douglas County District Court.
The following DUBIUCSS was trans
acted yesterday in the Douglas
County District Court , Judge Lake
presiding :
Stellnisch vs Sharuhorst ; demur
rer to petition overruled , and leave
to miswer in ten days.
Gleasou vs Duffie , et al ; decree for
SH3.
SH3.Marshal
Marshal vs Millard , et al ; leave
to amend answer by Monday and
cause continued.
Creighton vs Newton et al ; this
case was finally submitted to the
jury yesterday afternoon ; verdict
for jhe plaintiff , with nominal dam
ages.
ages.The court adjourned over till nine
o'clock Wednesday morning on account
"
count of the election"
Cord of Tba&ki.
The Sisters of Mercy return their
most gratefal thanks to the ladies
who took charge of the Fair and
highly appreciate their zeal and en
ergy iii behalf of the Orphanage.
The proceeds will bo acknowled
ge \ when the sum realized id ascer
tained.
Jtt. St. Mary's Oct. 1C , ' 74.
A&k your grocer for "Sea Foam. "
oct70t
GENTd'
LADIES'
BOYS'
BOYS'MISSES'
MISSES'
AND 1
CHILDREN'S
BOOTS -AND SHOES ,
Sl.CO TO S2.50 PER PAIR.
THE BEST AND
CHEAPEST STOCK
IN THE CITY.
HENIIY DOHLK & Co. ,
210 Farnham Street , between 12th
and 13th. o3 2t.
ATTENTION.
A few questions for the parties to
answer jn regard to "NEW" Howe
l
Machines for 535.00.
1st. Why are the Machines all ?
°
numbered over 700,000 ( which
numbers the Company have never : !
eached ) if they aie good machines ?
2d. Whv do not the numbers In
be shuttle race correspond with the si
plate numbers if they are new
machines ?
3d. Why are the numbers in the
shuttle-race all JJlcd down so as not
to'be Icffible If they are new machines - g
chines ?
( s <
CAUTION.
Parties purchasing Howe ( M
hines will look well to the numbers it
md see that the plate numbers and o <
lumbers In shuttle-race correspond ,
they ought to in every Howe
Machine that has not been tampered p
vith.
THB HOWK [ ACIIINE.CO.
sept23tf
jn
My Teas and Coffees are not
quailed by any house in/ihistcity. J at
o0t3 ' P H. ALLEX
"Sandy" Again jm Trouble.
Tne career of George Melville ,
alias "Sandy , the notorious , " has
been a checkered and an' adventu-
V
rousoue. It is so well known in
Omaha that it need not be repeated
n detail. We ae again called upon ,
jowever , to chronicle some addi-
ional "onpleasantness' * whichhas
befallen him. Not long since he
was captured in Omaha/8 and
"jugged" to serve out an uncx-
[ ilred sentence , and yesterday
when his time was out\ , and
lie was expecting to walk forth
and breathe the air of freedom
again , he found himself still a pris
oner , havingbeen delivered into the
hands of W. H. Anderson , of Grand
Island. It "appears that about a
year ago , he was indicted at Grand
Island for gambling at monte on
the Union Pacific trams and in the
the town. Mr. Anderson , Ttlr. Mur
ray , and a Mr. Drews were persua
ded to go his bonds for $1,000 for his
appearance at the next term of the
District Court. Soon after "Sandy"
lumped his bonds , and as Court was
near at hand Anderson went after
the fugitive , and caught him. with
liis gang on a Union Pacific train.
*
"Sandy" was rescued by his
friends , who displayed an armory
of six-shooters.
Anderson returned home and had
the case put off till the next term of
court , which meets next week.- ,
"Sandy" then left for Colorado ,
where he afterwards killed a man'in
a row , but escaped the gallows by-
reason of the principal witnesses
absenting themselves when the case
came for trial.
His capture in Omaha , after his
return to Nebraska , was learned by
Mr. Anderson , w-ho came here as
above stated to secure his man. He
left with his prisoner for Grand Is
land on the 11:30 : train.
Coal in Omaha.
The want of cheap coal has long
been felt in Omaha , and several dif
ferent propositions to bore for coal
within the city limits have been
inade , , but each has fallen through.
Yesterday , however , a discovery
was made on the bottoms , which
mayjead to the much desired end
cheap coal. An ordinary well was
being sunjc in the Unjon Pacific
shop yard , an4 when the depth of
seventeen feet was reached , coal
rock was struck , which ie said to be
a positive Indication of coal. Some
of the "shavings" were collected ,
and upon being tested with fire ,
were found to burn quite readily.
We hope the investigation will be
pursued , so that It can be satisfacto
rily determined whether or not a
paying vein of coal has been discov
ered.
Enterprise.
Qraalja l as come in Avlthher usual
' '
al ente'rpris'o and bought the only
coal property in this Sta'tp which is
ofvajue. The following are the
figures'made after cqreful measure
ment.
Amount of vein in sight is three
miles in length , one mile in width
5,280 cubic feet to the mile , three
times that amount makes 15,840
cubic feet , one mile in width ; 5,280
cubic feet. 15,8401ength , multiplied
by 5,280 width , gives 83,635,200
cubic feet for a 9 inch vein ; add 41- ,
818,600 feet for 18 inch vein , gives
125,452,800 bushels , 01 518,112 tons ;
SjSoper ton makes in dollars and
centg the .eniu , | sum tq owners. of
The owners of this mine pay one
cent royalty per bushel , one cubic
foot being estimated for n bushel of
coal. 2\eb. \ City Chronicle.
Figures never lie. The BEE hopes
the Omaha gentlemen , who have
made the above valuable purchase ,
will soon realize the two millions
and a half , aud give the odd $90,000
to the poor.
NEW CRAJIBERRIES ,
NEW CANNED GOODS , and
ALL GROCERIES RETAILED
AT WHOLESALE PRICES BY
24tf A. H. GLADSTONE & Co.
Headquarters for fine cakes and
pastry at Latey's , corner Douglas
and Twelfth. Fresh Boston cream
cakes. octlOtf
BUCKWHEAT "FLOUR AT AL
LEN'S. octlOtS
Ask your grocer for "Sea .boani. "
oet 7 6t
McKelligoira card on
second page. juue2-tf
Any quantity of furnishing goods
such as shirts , underwear , socks ,
etc. , from the f'finest" to lower
grades , sold very cheap at
sel5eodtf M. HELLMAN & Co
Bunco , the favorite Hatter , being
overcrowded in his old quarters has
removed to the large and elegant
store lately known as McAusland's ]
; un store , northeast corner of 14th
and Douglas streets. Give him a
L
call. o94t
BUY your Hats and Caps at the
Cheap Cash Store. E. H. Samory , a
559 16th street sept21tf
Indian Curiosities at .No. 170
Fanihanf street , corner llth street ,
'may 7-tf.
ROBT. PURVIS , General Agent for
,
the Quincy Mill's Sea Foam Flour ,
made from selected winter wheat ,
and warranted tq give perfecj satis
faction , 544 14th street , between cl
Douglas and Dodge. oct 7 6t clVI
Overcoats made up m the best
style , for comfort as well as ele
gance , at very moderate prices. at
si 5 eod t M. HELLMAN & Co. „ _
For fine clothing and furnishing Fi
goods to suit the fall and winter
season , call at
sel5eodts M. BELLMAN & Co.
U.
A very choice lot of New Pieties
glass and by the gallon , at N :
oct03t ALLENS.
Th < latest styles in suits at sur
prising low figures sold by
seloeodtf M. HELLMAN & Co. N :
Furs lefrrwith me to be kept dur
ing the summer -readytfor de
livery. Ladles please call or send
once. _ A. HUBERJTANN. Ca
' " '
It'
Accident on the C. B. & Q. Freignt
Train "Wrecked , and ono Han Killed.
A tea and barley train which left
this city Sunday evening for the
East over the C. B. & Q. railway ,
was wrecked near Stan ton , about 60
miles east of Omaha. Walter Wil
liams , son of Dr. Williams , of Coun
cil Bluffs , was killed. The train
consisted of eighteen cars , drawn
by two engines , the whole being
under charge of conductor Thunnan ,
well known as one of the most care
ful and efficient railroad officials in
the west , and for whom young Wil
liams was acting in the capacity of
brakeman at the time of meeting
his untimely death. The train , as
we learn from the Council Bluffs
Globe , at the time of the accident ,
was running at the usual speed
across a small bridge , about
one hundred yards west
of the place above mentioned.
Whether or not the forward engine
give a sudden lurch is not known ,
but whatever may have been the
cause , the heavy iron bar connect
ing the two locomotives was drawn
from its fastenings , and with it the
pilot , which , as soon as it became
detached , fell to the ground , throw
ing the engine to which it belonged
from the track , and causing a sud
den and disastrous stoppage of the
entire train. Young Williams , at
the time , was on the wrecked engine
and as the tender came crush
ing forward , was caught between
it and the cab , and instantly kill-
"ed , { The engineer and fireman es
caped with a few slight bruises , not
withstanding the fact that they
were in close proximity to then : un
fortunate companions. The con
ductor and reanbrakeman , being in
the caboose car at the time of the
occurrence , were uninjured , it , and
three others being the only ones
that did not leave the track.
The scene presented by the wreck ,
as we learn from one who was
on the train at the time ,
was one never to be forgotten.
Four of the cars next the ill-rated
engine were so completely demol
ished as to render it impossible to
ascertain their numbers. Nine
others were off the track , all more
or less injured , while above , beneath
and on all sides lay the contents
Oolong and louug Hysoiii Gun
powder and Imperial , in immense
quantity and rare disorder.
As soon as it was possible to do so ,
the remains of Mr. Williams were
extricated from the debris , and the
special train telegraphed for hav
ing arrived at the scene of
the disaster , they were put thereon
and Monday morning brought to
Council Bluffsfor interment. The de
ceased at the time of his death was
about twenty-four or five years of
age , and by all who knew him was
held in the highest respect and es
teem. His sad fate has cast a gloom
over all the employes of the road ,
and especially over the minds of
those most intimately acquainted
with hiir , that years vrijl not entire
ly efface.
REMOVAL OF OFFICE.
The Cuicago & North western rail
way office has been removed to No.
253 Farnham street , in the Grand
Central Hotel. Parties doing busi
ness with that line will find a repre
sentative of the road at the new of
fice during business hours , Sleeping
car diagrams will be kept at this
ne\v office and sleeping berths can
be secured as usual. Full and relia
ble information in regard to the
time of trains , rates of fare , connec
tions. , and every other point con
nected therewith , wil be cheerfully
furnished at all times.
C. G. EDDY ,
octlwJJ General Agent.
JULIUS Ross will now be found at
that EXCELLENT RESTAURANT
SOUTinVEST CORNER OF FIFTEENTH
AND FARNIIAM STREETS.
oct2t2 JULIUS Ross , Proprietor.
GEO. H. .PETERSON , tnepionee
cigar manufacturer , keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars , and also "Vme
Jack , Fruits arjd FJqwers , and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas street
maj'Seodlv
WHY IS IT ?
That through all the dull season
just passed , when other dry goods
stores were empty and clerks asleep ,
Bushman's dry goods store has
always been as crowded as ever ?
Why is it that old merchants are
complaining bitterly , and are mov
ing away ? Because Bushman sells
goods as cheap in OMAHA AS
THEY ARE SOLD IN NEW
xORK CITY AT RETAIL , .
Because Bushman's prices atretail
In many goods are less than the
usual wholesale prices. And last ,
but not least , because the people aiF
have found out for themselves that In
child can buy as cheap and as InS5
S5J.
the most - J.-
safely as experienced buy-- J.ta
cr , and that is our aim to make our tal
store the most reliable place of business
m
ness in this great new northwest. tv
Be sure and find the right place , 205 al
Douglas street , two doors from es
eswl
Sheely Bros. ' meat market wl
octOdtf ht
fn
fnI
youths' and children's I
clothing ; the best varieties and gold fO ]
he
very low at thwl
se5eodtf M. HELLMAN & Co. as
of
WALL PAPER for sale very cheap Cetin fui
JOHN B. DETWILER'S he
Carpet Store , 14th street between tinr <
Farnham and Douglas. $ r
thi
scpt3dtf&wlt
00 (
READ the new advertisement of
. Hellman & Co. septlSeodtf of
ofCo
Co
STEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED ! Comi
LOW PRICES ! ! pai
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! | ! ret ]
boi
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. ere
CALL AT THE as :
SEWYORKDRYGOODSSTORE tifi
223 FARNHAM isr
STREET.
tifi
sepbJ8-tf
- sac
dat
your Dry Goods at the Cheap hoi :
lash Store. E. H. Samory , 559 rqci
Qtb street , * the
THE ELECTION. .
Victory for the Republicans.
The political battle has been
fought , and the Republicans are
again victorious. The contest yes
terday was a close one , and a large
vote was polled. A vast amount of
scratching was donewhich , accounts
for the slowness of the counting of
the votes.
Spaun , Barrows , Thurston , Bau
mer and Weidensall , of the Repub
licans , and Rustin , Murphy and Ba
ker , of the Democrats , are elected as
far as he rd from. The water bonds
are defeated. The returns are as
follows :
SECOND WARD.
Representative Crouuse , 299 ;
Savage , 263 ; Contingent Hawes ,
236.
Governor Garber , 292 ; Tuxbury ,
144.
Secretary of State Tzschuck,297 ;
Eatheily , 252.
State Senators Spaun , 264 ;
Sweesy , 243 ; Rustin , 279 ; Goodrich ,
303.
Representatives Barrows , 290 ;
TJiurstou , 271 ; AVeiden&all , 272 ;
Baumer , 291 ; Pratt , 251 ; McArth-
ur , 249 ; Murphy , 317 ; Baker , 255 ;
Howes , 267 ; Stevens , 250 ; Rich
ards , 267 ; Calm , 263.
County Commissioner Thomas ,
257 ; McArdle , 308.
THIRD WARD.
Spaun , 216 ; Sweesy , 196 ; Rustin ,
182 ; Goodrich , 1C3.
FOURTH WARD.
Crounse , 140 ; Savage , 96.
Hawes , 133 ; no opposition.
Garber , 144 ; Tuxbury , 94.
Tzschuck , 144 ; Eatherly , 94.
McBride , 132 ; Jordan , 111.
McKenzie , 161 ; Huber , 86.
Porter , 148 ; Walker , 97.
Connell , 151 ; Bates , 90.
Spaun , 132 ; Sv/ccay , 125 ; Rustin ,
112 ; Goodrich , 104.
'Barrows , 155 ; Thurston , 138 ;
Weidensall , 135 ; Baumer , 148 ; Pratt ,
109 ; MoArthur , 123 ; Murphy , 113 ;
Baker. 116 ; Hume , 106r Stevens , 95 ;
Richards , 106p Calm , 96 ; Thomas ,
126 ; McArdle , 116.
FIFTH WARD.
Spaun , 184 ; S\yeesy , 173 ; Rubtin ,
222 ; Goodrich , 223.
Barrows , 183 f " * Thurston , 180 ;
"
Weidensall , 205 ; Baumer , 211 ;
Pratt , 185 ; McArthur , 169 ; Mur
phy , 207 ; Baker , 196 ; Hume , 226 ;
Stevens , 189 ; Richards , 202' ; Cahn ,
195.
Thomas,177 ; McArdle , 216. * -
SARATOGA.
Crounse 13 , Savage 35.
Hawes 25.
Garber 34 , Tuxbury 36.
' Tzschuck 32 , Eatherly 37.
McBride 32 , Jordan 37.
McKeuzie 38 , Huber 37.
Connell 34 , Bates 36.
Spaun 32 , Sweesey 31.
Ruston 38 , Goodrich 37.
Barrows 33 , Thurston 40.
Pratt 55 , McArthur JJ1.
Murphy 39 , Baker 47.
Hume 18 , Stevens 40.
Richards 35 , Calhoun 33.
Thomas 30 , McArdle 45.
WEST O5IAIIA ,
CrounselS ; Sav,0 - , < .
' * * c > -l- ±
Tves 18 ; no opposition.
Garber 18 ; Tuxbury 14.
'IzschuQklS. ; Eatherly 14.
McBride 18 ; Jordan 14.
McKenzie 18 ; Huber 14.
Porter 18 ; Walker 18.
Connell 181 Bates 14.
Spaun 23 ; Sweesey 12 ; Rustin
18 ; Goodrich 9.
Barrows 13 ; Thurston 12 ; Weid-
eusall 14 ; Baumer 31 ; Pratt 7 ; Mc-
Arthus 12 ; Murphy 21 ; Baker 30 ;
Hume 18 ; Stephens 18 ; Richards
18 ; Calm 18.
Thomas 11 ; McArdle 23.
ELKHORN PRECINCT.
Spaun 45 ; Sweesey 28 ; Rustin
39 ; Goodrich 49.
Barrows 40 ; Thurston 42 ; Weid
ensall 43 ; Baumer 46 ; Pratt 26 ;
McArthur 25 ; Murphy 40 ; Baker
56 ; Hume 38 ; Stevens 55.
Richards 40 } Calm 34.
CHICAGO PRECINCT.
Spaun 45 ; Sweesey 2 } .
Rustin 391 Goodrich 49.
ELIJHQHN PHECINOT.
Spaun 45 , Sweesy 38 , Rustin 39 ,
Goodrich 49.
Barrows 40 , Thurstou 42.
Weidensall 43 , Baumer 46.
Pratt 26 , McArthur 25.
Murphey 40 , Baker 50 , Hume 37 ,
Stevens 55 , Richards 40 , Calhoun
34. * '
MILLABD PItECINCT.
Spauu 22 , Sweesy 5 , Rustin 24 ,
Goodrich 15.
Additional Telegraph.'a
'a '
WASHINGTON , Oct 13. 'acl
The comptroller of currency has clbe
authorized the organization of the [
First National Gold Bank of Peta- 01
lurua , California , with a capital of
5200,000 ; also the National Bank of 1
Jacksonville Florfda with an
, , a capi va
of $50,000. vawa
The redemption agency has now CtBu
Bu
hand an accumulation of nearly Bui
two millions of unredeemed nation-
bank notes , but it Is confidently \
xpected that redemption will cotn- boi
nence again in the course of a week , V.
vhen the five , per gent nind will \
iave been largely recuperated
torn the recent calls.
jc
Henceforward it is expected that a
brce of the agency will be equal to [ VY
handling of all currency which
vlll come forward " for redemption
.sitarrjves. First , the delivering
the Columbia three sixty-five Fraw
imdingbonds will be made by the FraH
Jolumbia Bank Note company to w
sinking fund commissioners this To T
aorning. The amount will be 187 )
175,000 and deliveries will follow In 1
liereafterln arnountsofobout$400- sillY
daily. of 1
The bonds will require the signa- said mer
jre of the Chairman and Secretary
the sinking fund , and of the O <
lomptroller of the district , and
lust pass through the treasury de-
artment The registry process will Hug
jquire at least ten days , so that thp as and
ond.3 will be ready for issue to trBt
reditors before the 21st instant. In -Bt
anTes
much as the funding-of the cer- Tos i
flcates issued by the board of audit . T *
not compulsory , and as such cer. men ber ,
flcates constructively' bear the ol i
ime rate of interest as bonds being Dec i"ou ,
ited on August 1st last , many of N
ldersdecline to fund , trusting to ratn
povery of theircertiflcates through said
courts of Congress ,
PEYCKE'S OYSTER HOUSE.
207 Farnham Street.
PEE DOZ.
Baw Oysters 50
Stewed " in milk , 50
do , " ' in water , 50
do " dry 50
do " plain 50
do " Boston 50
Broiled " plain 75
do - " a la Brochet 75
Fried 75
Scalloped 75
Boasted " fancy on toast 50
A Booth's Select per can 75
do medium 65
fcep26tf
EXAMINATION OP TEACHERS
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may de
sire to ofier themselves as candi
dates for teachers of the primary or
common schools of this county , at
the court bouse , Omaha , Neb. , on
Saturday , Nov. 7th , 1874. Exami
nation to commence at 9 o'clock a.
m. SUP'TPUC. INSTRUCTION.
oct10 4t
BUY your Boots and Shoes at the
Cheap Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
559 IGlh street. sept21tf
WINDOW SHADES & THIMMINGS.
Tinted shade cloth , white linen
Hollands , band shades , store shades
and cords and tassels to match.
JOHN B. DETWILER ,
Carpet Store , 14th street , oetween
Farnham aud Douglas.
sepSdtfwlt
Ask your grocer for "Sea Foam. "
oct 7 Ct
SPECIAX , NOTICES.
NOflCE. Advertisements of To Let , For
Sale , Loct , Wants , Found , Boarding , Ac. , will
lx > itiFtrtt-Jin , these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line ; each subsequent Insertion ,
FIVECKFIS per line. The first Insertion
upver less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
FOUND ESTRAV-On the premises of the
undersigned , about 8 miles north of Omaha ,
a red and white Heifer , three years old , no
brand
OctlSlf R. 8. BRYANT.
JOUND EbTKAY On my premises at the
corner of 17th aud Webster strs. a white
and ml Cow , 4 years old , top of right ex cut
off. The owner can find her by applying to
OctlStl PATRICK CONElLY.
GOING , GOING , GONE At a great bargain.
To any one wishing a good business and
good business property lu the heart of the City ,
i offer for sale my Brick Residence property
No. 2.6 and 253 Dodge sir. , containing (2) ( ) Two
bubine'S Lots of 22 feet front wltli good Brick-
house , nine (9) ( ) ra < ms. good Cellar , Cutern , Well
and good Brick Wood-house ; Also my Confec
tionery block , 1'iilures and manufacturing
Tools.
OctlSIS R. M. MABSHALL.
WANTED A girl to do general Uouseworr ,
in a small family. Inquire at fHo 639
llth St. bet. Douglas aud Dodge. octl d3t
BOAl DING WANTED By a Lady , four
months during the absence of her husband.
Prompt Pay. C. F. , this office. ostl2d2t.
TpOR SALE CHEAP A largo Morning Glory
C Stove double heater. Apply at Judge Wake-
ley's , N. E. cor 19th and Cal. tt. octlOJSt.
17101' the best cider and for the purest cider
dD vinegar go to Merrills 153 Farnham St.
JoctlOdlm.
FOR ROT Four nicely furnished rooms
, in a private house , southeast cofner of
12th and Pacific Street , at reasonable'terms.
oclSeodM. . . . . . -
MQNEY" LOAN Call at the law ofhce of
. D. L. . . Thomas , Room 9 Viscuen * Block.
n.r + -ttm
OltTtf'
A Store room for rent , 14th St. joining Steel
/i. A Johnson. Inquire of A. J. jmnson ,
33j Dodge. octTtf
mo KENT A bouse with flr3 rponis , good
JL cellar and cistern , S. W. Cor , 13th 80(1 ( Cl > > *
cagott , C.AXFOBD.
octCtf.
has rem ved his
ucntothe first house south of the
. . .iptist Church , and Lls office to room No. 5 ,
Creighton block. octSdtf.
FOR SALE Myllghlone horse family car
riage , suitable for ( wo pr ( our person * . Aho
Jvyq qr ijirco large wprk horses ( heap. lor cash ,
pctadtf. GEO. W. IIOMAN JU.
TJIOR RENT Brick store cqrner Chicago and
E 16lh streets , The test s'and in the city ,
having been occupied as a grocery far the last
seven years , a good cemented cellar.
oct2dtf & WRIGHT.
\T7ANTED-Day boarderi.N. W. Cor.l2tb ,
VY and Howard st. , iep2Seodtf.
WANTED-by the ytar a man who la a
practical farmer , with a wife who Is a good
cook and housekeeper to go Into Iowa , thirty
miles east of Council BluSi one or two chil
dren not objectionable If able to do chores. Ea-
qulre * t 233 Fainham street. iep29dtf
EOR RENT store , Dwelling , Boarding , and
ware houses. Inquire of i
ALF. D. JONE" ,
scpSSdtf S. E. cor. Doughti and 15lb sir.
p REAT BARGAINS IN CITY PROBEKTY ,
\JC Tickets to and from Europe , foreign ex
change. Inquire at 009 14th treet. bet. Far-
nalim and Douglas. J. JOHNSON
sept26lf
I7OR ( SALE. 3 good lots on 18th , near'Paul
1 ? street for S830. 1 smalllot , 83x66 , on 23 and
Cass street S200 0 acres of Douglas county
land.first class , 10 miles out , IfrlO. Now house
nd lots years time. ? 1,800. >
BOGGS * UILL. teal estate agenu ,
tepl3eodt { . ' ' " - ' ' mPodgtr
A " W eno-claw UwrdtrB waniod it "
" "Sliss
A. Bushei' , < K8 13th , bet. Cap. "e. an"
Davenport. iSool table. _ _ Fept22tf
H OUSE FOR RENT Nint i
TO LOAN-Inqutre at Law Office
MONEY , B.EALSRoom 9 , Vlibe ? TWO * ] ?
ta' MptlSdU
_
GItEAT bargain * in real estate , for sale lot 7
in block b'J , with all improvements there
on. situated on DodgeStrtet , between 13th A Hth'
Streets , at the low price of $5,500. Enquire ol
M. HELLMAN i CO. Corner Of Franham 4
thirteenth fatreets , si 4 d SO t. *
. A 7"AN 1 hi ) American , German , Norwegian
Y V bwedisb , or Irish girls , to work in hotels
restaurants aud private families. Inquire at
Cotinll i Co. , Employment'Bureau , 521 Fif
teenth Street , opposite Po t Office. ept2dtf
rnilC House and lot next north of C. E. Yost's
X residence Is for silo at the low price of
SJ.500 a trifle more than the cost of Improve
ments. Inquire of E. W. ASIBROSE , Attor
ney , near head of Douglas street. iwptSdtf
WA > 1 .I > Any onu wanting tosell or ex
change any kind of business , Louse Iota. E
'ands or merchandise , call on us. We have
chances entirely in our hands , affording the 01
best investment for capital , both small and 01El
creat. CO riltlLLi CO. , Exchange and Col- El
eitlns Bureau , 531 15th street , opposite Pest ElR
Office. _ sepl2dtt R
rnO THE FuDtau-The undersigned has
_ opened an office for employment of mala pr
ind female help for stores , offices , bonses , pri prW
vate families , tc. All in want of the same , or
ranting employment , please call on us.
XTTKILL ) i CO. , Exchange nd Employment
bureau , 531 15th street , opposite Post Umct ,
sei > t2dff
lej
TO LOAN On
I\TONEY approve
LJJ. security , also City and < County V larratfl'iinf
„
Kjught and soil. Inquire a.t Lqw' „ ceaf T ,
\Aug6dtr" r liichard , , No ? &M& fa ? Owibi. j
I
TO RE 198 Douglas ( tjvet.
quire of WEBB&1 4 BEHM. IR
julvltf
ret
TTANTED Day boarders , at th Mmlhwest
cor. of 10th and HarnevsU. e29tf Coi
LEGAL NOTICE ,
'rank J , Ramge , Plaintiff vs. U. S. Pratt ,
whose first name Is unknown , Defendant.
Before Enorh Hcnney , Justice of the Peace
within and for Douglas County , Nebraska.
said i Defendant :
Take notice that on the 2d day of October , >
, said Justice issued an order of attachment
the al > ovp entitled action for the sum of
five dollars ro.
4
i
amount and cosu. _
SPAUN 4 FRITCHETT
Octl3dltw3t Att'yior PlalntifC
LEGAL NOTICE. Bit
G. Clark and Juntas B. French , partners BitR
Clark. 4 Frencji , Pldqliffi vs. - - NorrU BitH
- X orris whoso first names are un-
tnown , partners as Norrii Bros. , Pefendant * . H
Bcfore Enoch Henny , Justice of the Peace in
for DouKlaj County , Nebraska ,
said Defendants :
rake notice that on the 24th d y of Septem-
1874 , saH Justice Iwued an order of attach.
In the above entitled action for the ( urn
sixteen 3-1-109 dollan and interest from
member 2 < 1 187.1.
are required to answer on the 17th day
N"veml r. 187-1 , at 9 o'clock a m. , cr jude-
intwUlbe taken against you by de'gnU hi
amount and costs. JP
- "
. A-BEA
HOTELS.
GRAND CEJSTR&L
"EC O * Z ? : E2 Xi .
OMAHA , KEBEA8KA
The largest and best hoc between Chicago
ind San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th. 1873.
s30 tf OEO. T11KALL. Proprietor.
United States Hotel ,
COK. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
mHEUNDERSIGNED respectfully announ-
I ces that he h s purchased and refitted the
above Hotel , and Is HOT ready to accommodate
the public , with board by day or week , at reasonable
enable rates. WILLIAM LEHR , Prup.
July22 ' 711
California.House. . .
FEITZ HAFNEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corn r llth , Oin ha ,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
June 1. vl
LHTDLE HOUSE.
On 9/A , let. Farnham and JTarnty Slreelt ,
TJ AS been entirely refiltted and refurnished.
JLL and will accommodate all to the best ol
board at 31,50 per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , V , & S , M , HARRYMAN ,
lr2S < lly. Proprietors.
Central House
Ko. 630 Sixteenth Street ,
Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE , Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable rates.
First-class bar attached to the house.
1e27 3iu
Southern Motel.
fronting on 4th , 5th and Walnut iti , ,
St. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is first-class In all Its
appointment : ) . Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the greatest abundance , with all the
delicacies the markets afford , Its clerEs and
employes are all jKilite and attentive to the
wanU of the piusta of the hotel , Th re Is an
Improved elevator leading from the firrt floor
to the upper one , Ilailroad and steamboat
icket offices , news stand , and western Union
telegraph oHltein the Botunda of hotel.
J. M. YERGA ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FBE"H ASD SALT MEATS.
Hams. Sausage , Lard , Poultry , Ac. , Ac. , Ac.
No. 170 Furnlmm St. , llot. lltli niul
12t > > . Oinajin ,
Oppo-ite Pioneer Block. oct'tf
KEDMAUT & LEWIS ,
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
LTJ DyC IBIKIIR ,
On hand and SAWED TO OKDEK.
je261m
JOBGS.H. GKEEN ,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GRAIN , FLOUR AND FEED ,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
313 3XT. DO. J O OM33 S
-1IAX FACTURKP Of AMD DEALER IN-
Lambr rquinsYnd w Shades ,
CHROMOS , ENGRATINGS AND
PICTURE FRAMES.
270 Farnham street , corner fteenth
J. O. SHATTER ,
Dealer in Maplp and Fancy
GROCERIES ,
Flour p.nd. Feed.
Highest Pylce paid for Country Prtxluca-
Jacob's Bloclr,5B7i5thfltlrtda ] ? ' - . . '
, | ( } PAT ,
VILIJAM LATEY ,
Cor. 16th and Webster Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ol
GROCERIES and
PROVISIONS.
YICTOR COFFMAff ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
( OVE.R ISII'S DRUG STORE , )
BEES ! BBBSM BEES ! ! !
HI HE Undersigned has sixty swarms of na-
L tiveand Italian be > s for sale , in hi tea of
the American and Buckeye patents. Strong
swarm at six to eight dollars each , with ectjal
cost of hive added. Light swirms , from four to
six dollars each. I have more le than the
location 14 ill support , and must sell.
Address :
HIRAM CRAIG
Fort Calhoun , Neb
"UNION
B , A. HARRIS ,
537 Fifteenth Breet , Del. Douglas and Dodgs.
BEEF , POBK ,
Z&u/t o uad V © il ,
Fish , Poultry , Game ,
au 26 ly AND VE3ETATT.PP.
TO
RETAIL CASH PURCHASERS
For Sewing Machines.
In order to make room for our new styles , we
have put In PERrECP order all of our old
stock , including second-hand , and oO r them at
GREATLEY DEDUCED prices , for CASH.
BE AR II\T MIND
EVERY " HOWS " BOUGHT OF US and §
our AUTHORIZED canvassers Is WARRANT
ED , and INSTRUCTION given , as WE hare a
REPUTATION ] TO SUSTAIN. Experience
proves a machine WITHOUT Instruction is
'
iVOKSE than NONE at all. TI
CAUTION. We know of large lots of worthg
nych.lo.cs l-augnt at low figuies , that are be-
ngpalmed Otf on the public /ornearly as good
new. Tenons that do not waul io run the
k 05 Ulu § swindled should NEVER buy of
RRUbl'ONSIBLE puartles , as they have NO
eputation AT STAKE , as hare old , established
lomnanles ,
. THE'nOWE..JIAClIINE CO. ,
-v 13th Slree
P. A. rjfiTEUS.
addff3 and Harness Maker.
*
AN CAKIIIAGE TKI3DIEK , '
. 274 Parnhi nm .b t. 13th < fc 'H
LL orders and repairing prrmptlyattenicd
toacd satisfaction guarrsjuex ] ,
VCuh paid for hides. ap391r TI
cred
pure
100,000
IOI"TABMIHO UND IH
REAL ESTATE AGENTS , No
AND LOTS m the city of Omaha , The :
vfor sale cheap and on good terms. a rell
BOGQS
231 Dodge street. The <
otarr Public , al * ar s In offlce , and >
arooi
fkrs. D. A , " MOi'fETT , PI
alhionable Dressmaking
In
C04 Fourteenth St. ,
The Kingof the S-EWING MACHINE WOKLD aa i.rtfii.iBently u Gold refcii *
Realms 01 Finance.
SALES EOR 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines
ItBring over One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand . nore Machines tlann ere sold by
Sewing Machine Company during the sjrne tin-'e.
It will HJI ly be denied jpon such evidence that the uperiorltj of the Singer Is fully
monstrated
THE SINGER IYIANF6 CO ,
W. N. NASON , Agent ,
Je ISO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BROWN & BRO. .
WHOLESALE GROOERS ,
*
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
iJBtOCK
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
USTIEIB
MORGAN & GAL1AGER.
SUCUhSSORS TO CKEIGHTON AlO MOKOAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
Fariiliam Street
OM.A : : IEL- & .
aprSJly
WHITNEY , BATTSERMANCO. .
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ITo. 247 Doug-las Stree
OJ C LEL'JL , - - USTIEIB
mcb27yl AGEXTS FOR TITC DUPO.NT POWDER CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE , . GROCERS !
A \ tTrv T
DEALERS IN
Canned gl Goods , Dried -'Fruits , Green Fruits in Season ,
AIDERS
SOLICITED /-ND PROMPTLY FILLED.
s i o
WHOLESALE
IN CIGAKS
532 I 'HFTEiEatTTIrH ' : ST. ,
C. L. A. .
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street
I Veep cons jntly on hand the fipwt stock of Broad Cloth. "
the wo't
JelOdly
ESTABLISntU
PUNDT , MEYER & KAAPKE ,
, .
-VHOf.ESALE DEALERS IN
FANCY GROCERIES ,
Teas , Spices , Tobacco and Cigars *
212uaFapnliam Street , * , Oinalia , Neb
( Jo
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnfeam Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESAIiE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
myS-Iv and Boots and Slioer-u
JOHN T.
JOBBER OF
Shelf i Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , -NAILS , WAGON STOCK , ' .
AND
' '
AC'EUJC'DT/
346 Delias
HENRY HORNBERGEB.
DEALER IS
WINES. L
Tliia OM < Ke. tuvky j\YWskIes anil Import < "l'tjoo < l9
hlSvl
and
rbeBurliuftonaad Missouri P > er Railroad Co. , o ar e t Un i t low pricei on 10 year
xlltatflpc. CI > DV.interest , a - dI'h a l nus premiaioof 20perceat. on the amuuntof th.
rchasc , U half the land is cultirated , within two yean from date of purchase.
LAKQE DEDUCIONS FOB CASH PAYMENTS.
orth of Platte , loup Fork and Elkhorn Vaffevs
eB. AM. K. K. Co. will sU about 000,000 cr 5otspIenIIdzraiinzand 2Ticulluralteidla
.
watered 'ounlry Imin tl-'l to $7.00 per. acre on long crldlt.
South of t'u Plitte
ousR publican Valley. ForcIrcularsanilaHInJM i.oB-rjii-H , " " "
liny Moore , General Agent. Office Sonth antf
Opposite the Union Depot ,
nd in 0 , U. & 0. office , Grand Central Hotel.
OMAHA NEB