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VBJS UMAHA
THURSDAY OCT. 15 , 1874.
< i IC'.Ali 1'ATh.K OF Tiy. <
THE
Is tcrred to gccsciltwrs &y carrier , to
Jrt d the city , eT ry eTcolng , ( Sundays
t cpicS , ) t tttteen tenttper * i , c fS.(5for
MX months , and 87.08 peraauuia , w _ u ; . Id
u adviiDC * .
All vompUlat * sbont irregularities , iddmaxl
thl oJrice will rewire jnompt atw > ntf.n.
THK f Mum UAU.T BLX will be uutllt-J to
inadauce :
f'j oar to turn.
s'V. " - nths.
BEX bu DJ lar the
circulation in th city , anil I ,
n-rt-Jure , the bust and U > B3ie > t advertLJuz
.
OF ADTSBTISUJO. Local court * , ts
IC.Uper lin ; load adTerUfuiifCll , 39
< W4Ui < cr ll&e ; 1,7 th month , 10 ct . No .
adrcrvinrmcut Inserted ( or Ices thin 60 uu.
coliroa , 10 ccnu per line ; -
tloa , Jjot ) than 25 cccta.
TrutV'itebi rU < < enienhmu tinTiL.2l > ly be
paid lor . .
Hat * ' ' tttnuing adyerthwiicnu
All lA xl r otl o , Statement * , Tabular
. careful rtTulon by copy
Work , etc. , requiring
In
or proof to be furnkhod. must tx * handed
before ten o'clock i. K. to iniuix iiisortiou tbe
amc day.
tscJaJ ( and Ixxa ! tulTCrtiseiDfiita llor two
'CM k * . X.
AdtcrtiKiuvut * : * < orw one oVloik P. K.
-AU dTei-tiM.mtiiU for the WCCELY BKK
-
mutt i handed in I Iore Monday nuca , for the
imR crk > livuft.
Opening and Closing o * Jlitl.s iu
Omaluu
OOITB
KORIB.
. A N. W. B. B _ . . 2iu ? .
Chicago * nd all Eastern ritieo , Kvlirajka
HitOir-outb , Council Uiuflsiiud Uiirltnj-
tTity ,
on , dueatiuuua. ui.cloaca etJUJU a. iu. and
tp. iu.
fcl. Loula and St. Joseph , due at 104)0 ) a. m.
and 7 { > . ( . ; close * at 1:15 p. ui. and j.3o a. ui.
Office OKD tucdajBlrom 12 to 1 p. ui.
fi > - YUSr. 1-obtuiMlcr.
IKlllVAi , AA Ei AJtl HUE OF
TfUIAS.
rini C"o/-it of the Bpillufcfpii lioule
. AER : T AT OMAHA.
LEAVE OUAIIA. 'J.M A. M.
.
_ fcJO r. if. I Kspruu -
Exprew
Mill * _ k :00 A. H. I Vmilf. . - 10:43 r. u.
.
* bundays czcepjed. Mua4ay8 exwpted.
1'ulluiea Ilotel.
lineranoing
' Tbii is the only
imlngcir .
P. W. UJTCIICOCK , IlAEBTl' DKOEL ,
.
Geji'L Wcs.Fau.Aet. Ticket Agent.
; CbicaRO , 111. Oaiiha , Neb.
Union Pacific.
i.rtvT AUUITZ.
. 1130A.M. 3.00P.M.
Dilly > Expr .1 . 4:45 P.M. Ifc'OP.M. '
Frelcht . 80 A. M. 6:4S P. M.
Oilly IhOly Frelsht. . . Kir A. Si. 3-SO A. M
Uock ( : M < 1 & Pacllr.
Mall . * CdO A. M. ' 10:40 P. M.
. 2)60P.M. fJO.COA.M.
Tprcso
Sundays czccp d. tMonttcyc ccepted.
Nortb\vottt ru.
. . 10:40P.M.
2:5 P.M. tlfcUOA..M
t an aa City , St. Jo. 4 : Coui } J BluOsi
ojrinirizpres . . . .n 0 A..M. 10:09 A. II.
EvenlnR KxjrecB..2:50 P. M. 6:40 : P. M.
Oranba te. Norlbwftcrn and
Cltr & Pactrtc.
. 8:15 A.M.
Daily except Bundays.
mns did Baggage Wejrons leave the
dee , conltr Faniham and Ninth ttreute , nf-
e n mtiiUt- In advance of tbe
at eOAtl.T UKK Ininorr
nit donble IJintt-r ntiv oilier dally
HjierpublUlird tii JScbranUu
Pej'cko Bros. , tlieleadiugoystur
dealers , def\ ' all competition. They
sell A. Booth's Oval Brand oysters
Jower llian any other house in the
citv. sep2tf
BOOTH'S OYSTKKS r ccyed daily
by express
POJSDT , MKYKR & RAAPKE.
* ept25tl _
J3HAHA BREVITIES.
The great jioiHIcal ngony is
over , and all is qulot agajn.
The life of Mr. L. W. Jonea ,
who died at Osccola Sturday , was
insurql for 55,000.
Why are some of the suiceagCul
j n idatea like a lucky Lilliardist ?
'ITrSFwou b r fifiratches.
After the 15th , the fire alarm
boll will bo struck three tlmea at
9 o'clock , instead of at 0 , as previ
ously , hi order to let everybody
know that the alarm is In perfect
operation.
rfjjlge Dundy arrived here yester
day afternoon , and opened and ad
journed the United States DLstuct
Court till to-day. The grand
# nd petit jurors will be called at 2
_ L > . ni.
ni.A
A largo number of Pawnees are
in the city , buying ammunition
from Max Meyer & Co. , .for their
annual fall buffalo hunt They
don't propose to let foe bloody Sioux
get away with their scalps this year ,
as , they did last , if they can help
tfiemselves.
l
The remains ofMr. . Jj. W
Jones , who died at Osceola , Iowa ,
Saturday evening , arrived here yes
terday , and will bo sent to Ver
mont for burial. Mrs. Jones will
aecomjnny them. Mr Jones came
to thte city about a year ago , full of
ambition and bright hopes , and
started Iu business , but failed. He
nqf only riiet with one rex'erse of
fortune , but several. Every-
tiling seemed to turn against
him. He flutilly went to
dSceoJa , determined to make in-
other effort to revive lu 3 fallen for-
tines. Thgre ho was attacked wiih
" " " " mental
"r , superinduced by
tal anxiety over hlfl troubles , aud
died. He liad been married ttve
years , and left a young aud loving
< vif f to deeply mourn his untimely
death. She has the sympathy , in
ihl $ her hour of afllictiou , of tbe
whole flonununily , by vliom her
husband was greatly respected.
Saaih-up st the Union Pacific Depot.
The Union Pacific emigrant train
from the west , at half-past eleven
Tuesday night , ran into a couple of
transfer baggage cars , whieli were
uiauding ou the track north of the
depot. The platforms of the two-
cars were completely demolished ,
and the end of one of the cars was
caved in , and one of the cars was
run oil" the track. They.were taken
to the shops this morning for re-
jpainr.
AUCTION SAXE of the household
furniture belonging ta'T , C. Brun-
uer. "Sale"on 'tho promises , 14th
street , between Chicago and Cass ,
on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. 1 R
GBAY * AI.LEX ,
Auctioneer ,
Personal.
D. K. Fant , of Texas , is at the
Metropolitan.
Seth Mabry , a well known Texas
cattle dealer , is at the Metropolitan.
O. D. Randall , traveling repre
sentative of the Nonotuck Silk Com
pany , Is at the Metropolitan.
Gen. Harney , after whom Harncy
street , in this city , is named , is at
the Grand Central. Ho is eu route
west
Ben Gallagher , of the firm of
Morgan & Gallagher , returned from
a business trip to the West Tues
day.
Lunalillo , king of the Sandwich
Islands , and retinue , will pass
through Omaha the latter part of
this month , in a special Pullman
Palace train from the Pacific to the
Atlantic coast
Mr. Edwin Davis , proprietor of
the circulation of the BEE , returned
yesterday from the east , accom
panied by his bride. They are reg
istered at th Grand Central.
Mr. D. W. Hitchcoot , the general
passenger agent of the Chicago ,
Burlington & Quincy railroad , ar
rived here Tuesday morning from
Chicago , and went west by thell:30 :
Union Pacific train , accompanied
by Harry Deuel. These gentlemen
will be absent about three weeks.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming :
John Busham , Batavia , 111 ; P
Gumry , Chicaco ; Enoch C Ward ,
James McDankly , Ashton , 111 ; M
J Williams , Dunlap , Iowa ; C 31
Forbes , Franklin , 111 ; L M Blais-
dell , Franklin Grove , 111 ; Robt
Hall , Creston ; C ij Merker and
wite , Cherokee ; C B Hooms , city ;
C H Brown , Kansas City ; Cyrus
Marten , Wcat Y E'rila ; C H New
man , Japan ; A Frank , Atlantic ;
J F Bishop and wife , Montana ;
Jerome lyoot , Chicago ; Mrs Thomas
Moulton and family , If ebraska City ;
Jacies E Ncgley and wife , VVarrons-
burg , Mo { H. W Edward * and wife ,
Warrensburg , Mo ; DE Thompson ,
CJretp ; Wm Davidson , Buffalo , N
T ; B A FatiUra , Adario , Ohio.
The following are the arrivals at
the Metropolitan Hotel :
Frank II Shepard , Philadelphia ;
F D McClure , Nashua ; M F PhiK-
ham , Nashua ; G S Alcorn , Button ;
Mrs LAV Jones , city ; EugenoVan-
antway , Osceola ; N J Sharp , U P B
R { JM Ditycus , Book Island ; Lewis
F Niles aud lady , Dayton , Ohio ; S
Ellis , do ; George Ashley , Milton ,
Vt ; A C Jesler , Ft McPherson ; Miss
Clark , PCS Moines ; A S Bailey ,
Chicago ; OP Johnson , Plattsmouth.
MARRIED
In this city , on Saturday Octob'er
10th , 1874 , FBEPEIUCK BEIIM to
Miss CARRIE L. AICICERSON , at the
the residence of the bride's parents ,
Judge W. L. Peabody , officiating.
A caof Fancy Dakota Flour just
received by L. V. MOESE ,
oct4t3 272 Dodge st.
THAT DAKOTA FLOUR
has arrived. L. V.Morse , 272Dodge
street , sole agent for Omaha.
oct 14 3t.
James G. Clark , the composer
of "Beautiful Hills , " "Mountains of
iiife , " and many otlipr sweet pieces
of music , will sing at the First M.
E. Church Thursday evening. A
part of the proceeds dpnated for be
nevolent purposes. Admission , 50
cents. oct 14tl
Agk your grocer for "Sea Foam. "
oct 7 Gt
GENTS'
LADIES'
BOYS'
BOYS'MISSES'
MISSES'
AND
CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES ,
$1.00 TO 52.60 PER PAIR.
THE BEST AND
CHEAPEST STOCK
IN THE CITY.
HENRY DOIILE t Co. ,
210 Farnham-Street , between 12th
and 13th. o3 2t
NEW CRAMBEHRIES ,
NEW CANNED GOODS , and
ALT * GROCERIES RETAILED
AT WHOLESAMI. PRICKS BY
24tf A. H. GLADSTONE & Co.
Headquarters for fine cakes and
pastry at Latej 'a , corner Dougla
and Twelfth. Fresh Boston cream
cakes. octlOtf
Ask your grocer for "Sea l < oam. "
oct 7 Ot
BOY your Hats and Caps at the
Cheap Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
559 IGth street sopt21tf
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street corner llth street
may 7-tfl
ROBT. PCRVIS , General Agent for
Lhe Quincy Mill's Sea Foam Flour ,
iiade from f-tlected winter wheat ,
ind warranted to give perfect satis-
action , 544 14th street , between
Oouglas and Dodge. oct 7 Gt
Abk your grocer for "Sea Foam. "
jt.7Ct
CAKPETtSGS.
You can always find vthe 'largest
ind best assortment of
CAREETS t i
OIL-CLOTHS
V/INDOW SHADES
MATTINGS
MAI'S AND BUGS *
*
at JOHN B. DnrwjXKii's , '
t
4tlrstroet , between Faruham and
Douglas atreets. s3 atfwlt.
' 'FOB SAU3 CHEAP.
One Full Cabinet "Wheeler aud
Vilsoii Sewirg Machine , with all
10 latest improvements.It Isnew
as never been run. Inquire at the
en office. augl7-tf
BOOTH'S OTSTJLBS
* * w4
ecelved dah"y by express.
PONDT. MEYER & BAAPKE. II
sep25tf
TL.
The Mysterious Death of George \7.
Stewart Insurance Agonts"Arrivo
Eoro to Investigate , j
The readers of the BEE wilhrecol-
lect the case of the sudden anoVinys-
terious death , in Omaha recently ,
of Georpe "W. Stewart , of Le Soeur ,
Minnesota , who had a heavy insur
ance on his life. The facts were , de
tailed in this paper.
Tuesday two agents of the in
surance companies most heavily in
terested arrived here , one from St.
Louis and the other from N"ew York ,
to gather some information con
cerning the deceased in behalf of
their own and the other compa
nies , f
They were busily engaged all day
in talking the testimony of under
taker Gish , the occupants of tlie At
lantic House , and others.
Through these gentlemen we
learned that Stewart's insurance
was greater than has as yet been
stated.namely , S102,000nearlyall of
which was taken within six months.
The body of the deceased has been
exhumed at LeSoeur , and exanvned
by the doctors four representing
the family of the deceased , and five
representing the insurance com
panies. The stomach has been sent
to Chicago for a chemical analysis
for poison. , -s
Stewart's son is thought tiy the
insurance agents to he out of his
mind. The deceased left property
to the amouutof ten or twelve thous
and dollars.
Folico Court Items.
George Hines , arrested for car
rying concealed weapons , on the
complaint of Ben. Hosan , was yes
terday examined and discharged.
The overwhelming and conclusive
testimony in his behalf cleared him.
Arthur McClure , arrested for
selling liquor to an Indian , was
turned over to the tender mercy of
the United States District Court
Noah Dolby , "jugged" for be
ing too much addicted to the jug ,
was discharged.
Wm. Greenig , for selling liquor
to minors , was fined $23 and costs.
This should be a warning to other
saloon keepers who do not hesitate
to violate the law In this respect
Fannie Rogers , a notorious
drunkard , was sent to jail for seven
days , during which she will have
abundant opportunity for sober ic-
flection.
James Connelly , arrested for
drunkenness , was discharged upon
payment of a six dollar fine.
CHEAP I5QQTS AiS'D SHOES.
500 pairs MENS BOOTS - - $ . ( ]
500 paJra LADIES SHOIS ( sewed ) 1.25
500 pairs MISSES " J.2o
500 pairs BOYS " 1.00
250 pairs CHILDRENS' " 60
The above goods siutT HE SOLD ,
and are the BEST and CHEAPEST LOT
ever offered for sale In town.
Goods warranted not to rip , and
marked in plain figures.
ONE PRICE TERMS CASH.
THE LA1H1EST , BEST AND CHEAP
EST STOCK IN THE CITY.
HENRY DOHLE & CO. ,
No. 210 Farnam St. , bet. 12th & 13.
oct4-tl
HAVE your Boots and Shoes made
at A. W. Fullriedo's,478Thh-tcenth
street , between Farnham and Har
ney , manufacturer of exclusive cus
tom work. Highest premium
awarded at State Fair.
oct4-2t
WHY IS IT ?
That through all the dull season
just passed , when other dry goods
stores wpre empty aijd clerks asleep ,
Bushman's ' dry goods etorp hag
always been as crowded as over ?
Why is it that old merchants are
complaining bitterly , and are mov
ing away ? Because Bushman sells
goods as cheap iu OMAHA Aj3
THEY ARE SOLD IN NEW
xORK CITY AT RETAIiv.
Because Bushman's prices at retail
in many goods are less than the
usual wholesale prices. And last ,
but not least , hecause the people
have found out for themselves that
a child can buy as cheap and as
safely as the most experienced buy
er , and that is our aim to make our
store the most reliable place of busi
ness In this great new northwest.
Be sure and find the right place , 205
Douglas street , two doors from
Sheely Bros. ' meat market
oct9dlf
WALL PAPER for sale very cheap
at JOHN B. DCTWILER'S
Carpet Store , 14th street between
Farnham and Douglas.
sept3dtf&wlt
NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED !
LOW PRICES ! !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ! !
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT.
CALL AT THE
NEW YORK DRY GOODSSTORE
228 FARNHAM STREET.
'
sepUa-tf
BUY your Dry Goods at the Cheap
Cash Store. E. H. Samory , 559
IGth street sept21-tf
McKelligon-s card on
second page. iuue2-tf
REMOVAL OF OFFICE.
The Cnicago &Northwestern 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-
leutativc of the road at the new of-
Icc during business hours. Sleeping
jar diagrams will bo kept at this
lew office and sleeping berths can
) e secured as usual. Full and relia-
) le Information in regard to the [
imc of trains , rates of fare , counec- L
ions , and every other point con- E
iccted therewith , wil be cheerfully ! ii
urnished at all times.
C. G. EDDY , b
cctlwi ! General Agent a
b
DYEING , cleaning ana repairing O !
ono in the neatest manner , at the
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
3th StLet. Farnham and Douglas !
prSStf.
NEBRASKA SKETCHES.
The Valley of tae Keiaaha.
( Correspondence of the BEE. )
TABLE ROCK , PAWKEE Co. , 1
KnB. , Oct 10th , 1874. j
The first town of Table Rock was
built on a hill , but when the Atchison -
son & Nebraska railroad came
through here , another village grew
up in the valley , where the depot
was located. . The old and new
town are half a mile apart.
The business men arc enterpris
ing , and some day therowill'bonice
little city here , for the situation is
beautiful , and the surrounding coun
try all that could be desired. The
Neraaha at this point has a heavy
fa'l ' , and a rock bottom , and with a
reservoir to regulate the flow of
water , Table Rock would become a
manufacturing town. Buildingstone
is abundant , and we saw many fine
stores and residences which wore
built with it
Time is all that is wanted , and
the men who live to see twenty
years more will find southeastern
Nebraska to be a wealthy manufac
turing district. " Table Rock longs
for a railroad to Omaha , and it will
give substantial assistance to the
company that will build one.
In regard to business houses , we
have itemized the following : Mr.
C. H. " Norns , postmaster of the
town , has as extensive a stock of
goods and as great a variety , as any
general store in the country. Mr.
Norris is a pleasant gentleman and
full of goaheadativeness , and hav
ing the only store jof < the - kind in
town , his trade is simply immense.
Cummins & Birne have a first-class
drug aud book store , and sell choice
cigars. We are judges of the weed ,
and having tried their fragrant Ha-
vaniis , we know they are good. Mr.
G. R. Martin keeps a grocery store
and butcher shop. Fellers & Dare
hayo a first-class stock of furniture ,
collins , etc. They occupy the most
elegant building in town , aud are
doing a thriving business.
There are three blacksmith shops
hero S. G. Lombard keeps in up
per town , and Benj. Horton and
Wm. P. Pattison have shops near
the railroad depot.
Mr. G.D. Kearns Is a stone mason
and many good buildings in this
part of the couutry are monuments
to his skill.
Oviat & Linn keep everything
that pertains to a first-class livery
stable. They have the care of our
"furious charger , " and lie seems sat
isfied.
Kiclmrdson & Fellers are exten
sive lumber dealers , aud they also
keep on hand a large stock of agri
cultural implements.
The harness business is carried on
by Mr. p , F. Ream aclever geiitle-
liian and u good workman.
"Iu the way of hotels Table Rock
is well supplied. The Asell House ,
where we make our headquarters , is
first class in every respect. The
City Hotel has a good run of custom ,
attracted by moderate charges , and
that neatness and quiet which a
traveler always enjoys.
A wagon maker ' is now urgently
wanted here , and rent free for one
year is oifered to a good workman
who will como and start a shop.
Many of the trades and profes
sions are as yet unrepresented , and
for energetic , industrious men this
is an inviting field.
The exodus of the grasshopper
sufferers is on the increase. At any
time of day you will find the land
scape dotted here and there with
prairie schooners going east , aud un
less large quantities of provisions
aud clothing are forwarded at once ,
our western enmities will bo'almost
depopulated , ' and 'famine will dis
grace our State.
Ldt every one who can give free-
Jy and give at once. This will be a
cruel winter for these people , and at
best there will be much suffering.
By giving prompt assistance we will
be able to retain hundreds of Indus
trious people who otherwise will be
obliged to beg their way back to the
Ijastern states , carrying with them
sad tales which vyll | peter m.any
from coming here to settle.
Occasionally we see emigrants
going west , but their number Is
very few compared with otheryears.
Now thjs should not be so. There
never was a time so favorable for
the new-comer as the present. In
the more western counties farms
can be bought for one-fourth the ac ;
hiai post of improvement , and it
may be years foefpro either grass
hoppers or drouth re-visit us. Let
those who intend coming west dosp
at once. A golden opportunity is
now theirs , and it may never occur
again. There is no good reason
why Nebraska will not in coming
years , give as many bushels to the
acres cultivated as she has m the
past This one year is no criterian ,
and heretofore our state has occu-
) Ied the very front rank among the
raiu producing states.
The circuaton.of ] ] . the BEE ' in this
district is very extensive a'tifl con
stantly on the increase , and Rose-
water's editorials aud Sorenson's
locals are copied in almost every
paper we find. Salem , Dawson's
Mills , Humboldt and Table Rock
take more copies of the Br.E than
of all other papers combined.
"How dnth the little limy Bat"
To such ilim < nsions tnirer ,
It gels subscribers all the day ,
A dozen to ibe hour.
The other evening we were taking
a moonlight stroll and enjoying" the
bright autumnal tints which varie
gated the face of nature.
The Queen of Night shone with
unusual majesty , and beneath her ra
diance the frcenery through which
we passed was ; very beautiful , and
we found our fancies wandering
away into a delicious train of imag
inations , and we thought how en
chanting this fair world would be
if we were not so entirely alone In
it , and if there was only some fair
spirit for us at whose shrine we
could worihip. If there was only
some little vine embowered spot that
we could consecrate to our goddess ,
then for us would mlllenlum com
mence and our happiness be perfect
When suddenly a soft , depp , heart-
jreaking.sob came from a clusfer of
ihrubbery near by. All the
jhivalry in our nature was
oused at once. That voice so gen
ie must come from one Of the fair-
: of her sex , and where was the
rillain wlia could cause her this an-
fuisb. Wo determined instantly to
iscertain her wrongs' , and insist on
eilress. So , hastily we approached
he graceful form dimly s > een half
tidden by the foliage , and in the
aost gentle and sympathetic tones M
tiqulred the cause of this agonizing
arrow. The reply was In these
fords : "Pad gave me a lickin' ,
ut it's none o' your business , " and
big lubberly boy of sixteen stum- wl
led out of the bushes and lumbered
QTdown the road.
"With difficulty we kept from giv- th
i him a whipping ourselves , an
/hat business had he to spoil our
sverJe iu that manner.
THE ELECTION.
Uouglas County A very Close
Contest Partial Rdpubliean
Vlctoiy.
Republicans Elect Five-Eighths
of the Legislative Ticket.
LEGISLATIVE TICKET.
FORSEXATORS.
SPAU.V , ( Rep. ) 1st ward , 236 ; 2d
ward , 264 ; 3d ward , 216 ; 4th ward ,
132 ; 5th ward , 184 ; 6th ward , 359 ;
total in the city , 1411 ; McArdle pre
cinct , 14 ; Union , 13 ; Saratoga , 32 ;
Douglas , 11 ; Chicago , 45 ; West
Omaha , 23 ; Valley , (17 ( maj ) ; Elk-
born , - ; Florence , 28 ; Millard 22 ;
Grand total - .
SWEESY ( Rep. ) 1st ward , 250 ;
2d , 243 ; 3d , 196 ; 4th , 125 ; 5th , 173 ;
6th , 332 ; total in the city 1319 ; Mc-
Ardlo precinct , 2 ; West Omaha , 12 ;
Chicago 28 ; Union , 12 ; Saratoga , 31 ;
Douglas , 4 ; Millard. 5 ; Valley (18 (
maj ) Florence , 20 ; Elkhorn
( Dem. ) 1st waid , 337 ;
2d , 279 ; 3d , 182 ; 4th , 112 ; 5th , 222 ;
6th , 227 ; total in the city , 1359 ; Mc
Ardle precinct 26 ; West-Omaha , 16 ;
Chicago , 39 ; Union , 35 ; Saratoga ,
38 ; Douglas , 45 ; Millard 24 ; Flor-
31 ; grand total - .
GooDiucir , ( Dem. ) 1st ward ,
298 ; 2d , 303 ; 3d , 164 ; 4th , 101 ; 5th ,
223 ; 6th , 214 ; total in city , 1306.
McArdle precinct , 27 ; West Omaha ,
9 ; Chicago , 49 ; Douglas , 47 ; Union ,
33 ; Saratoga , 37 ; Millard , 15 ; Valley -
ley > - > Florence , 30 ; Elkhorn ,
BAimows First ward , 250 ; 2d ,
290 ; 3d , 236 ; 4th , 154 ; 5th , 183 ; 6th ,
377 total , 1490.
TIIUHSTON First ward , 240 , 2d ,
271 ; 3d. 227 ; 4th , 138 ; 5th , ISO ; Oth ,
352 total in the city , 1408.
WEIDENSALL 1st ward , 2 10 ; 2d ,
272 ; 3d , 191 ; 4th , 135 ; 5th , 205 ;
Oth , 3G3 total , 1,412.
BAUMER 1st ward , 313 ; 2d-291 ;
3d , 222 ; 4th , 148 ; 5th , 211 ; Oth ,
384 total , 1,569.
PIIATT 1st ward , 240 ; 2d , 251 ;
3d , 196 ; 4th , i09 ; 5th , 1S6 ; Cth ,
338 total , 1,310.
McAimiun-irlst ward , 210 ; 2nd ,
249 ; 3d , 197 ; 4th , 123 ; 5th , 169 ;
Oth , 339 total , 1,287.
DEMOCRATIC.
MURPHY 1stard , 347 ; 2d , 317 ;
3d , 173 ; 4th , 113 ; 5th207 ; 6th ,
235 ; total , 1392.
BAKER 1st ward , 306 ; 2dvj255 ;
3d , 266 ; 4th , 116 ; 5th , 190" ; G ih ,
232 ; total , 1271.
HUME 1st ward , 303 ; 2d , 267 ;
3d , 149 ; 4th , 106 ; 5th , 226 ; 6th,248 ;
total , 1304.
CAHN 1st ward , 3Q2 ; 2d , 268 ; 3d ,
147 ; 4th , 90 ; 5lh , 193 ; 6th , i9i ( total
1,204.
The following are the grand totals
in the county for each candidate ,
excepting Elkhorn and Valley pre
cincts :
6J3.VATOIIS.
Rustin , 1619 ; Spaun , 1599 ; Good
rich , 1572 ; Sweesy , 1433.
REPRESENTATIVES.
Baumer , 1,830 , ; Barrows , 1,753 ;
Thurston , 1,047 ; Weidensall , 1,634 ;
Pratt , 1,520 ; McArthur , 1,491 ; Mur
phy , 1,643 ; Baker , 1,669 ; Hume ,
1,550 ; Stephens , 1,481 ; Richards ,
1,588 ; Cahn , 1,439. The following
majorities ftrp reported in Valley
*
precinct : Spaun , 17 ; Swcesey , 18 ;
Stephens , 96 ; Baker , 23 ; Harrows ,
J9 ; Thurston , J4 , Weiqeusall , 5 ;
Baumer , 7.
The result may therefore be sum
med up as follows 5 The average Re
publican majority for the State tick
et , 175 ; the majority ot Council ,
district attorney , will reach 225 ;
James McArdle is re-elected county
cornrnjssjoHer by about 150 majority.
On the legisla'tiye ticket the Repub
licans ejected orjo Senator ( Spaun )
and four representatives * Baumer ,
Barrows. Thurston and Woldeiisall.
The Democrats one Senator Rus-
fin , and two Representatives Ba
ker and Murphy. Uarnes majority
as float representative will reach
oyer 100.
The Independents polled about 50
votes , and the Prohibitionists about
a dozen ,
Just as soon as the official reports
are received we shall give a tabular
statement
WATER BONDS.
The vote on water bonds Is as fol
lows : The First ward for bonds
429 , against 92 ; the Second , for 339 ,
against 197 ; Third , 356 , against 71 ;
Fourth , for IS , against lQ4j Fifth ,
far 239 , against 142 ; Sixth , for 232 ,
against 301. Total for bonds , 1GSO ,
against 1027 , or 120 votes loss than
two-thirds of the entire vote cast ,
Overcoats macio up in the best
style , for comfort as well as ele
gance , at very moderate prices.
s5eodt M. HCLLMAX & Co.
For fine clothing aii'l iurnishiiig
joudd to suit the fall and wiuter
season , call at
se5eodts M. IlELLMAK & Co.
The latest styles in suits at sur
> risiug low figures sold by
selSeodtf M. HIU.LMAK & Co.
Hoys' , youths' and children's
lothing ; the best varieties and sold
ery low at
se5eodtf M. HELIJIAN & Co.
GEO. H. PETERSON , tuepiouco
igar manufactuier , keeps coiT-
iantly on hand the very best
rands of cigars , and also Tjone
ack , Fruits and Flowers , and
Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
11 Douglas street
may6eodlv
READ the new advertisement of
. Hellinan & Co. septlScodtf
TYPE FOR SALS
A Font of Bourgeois Type , of
nch th > s is a aim pie , weighing 600
s. This type has been in use _ ou
9 Daily BBE less than one year ,
d is , nearly as good as new-
For terms &c. , address
E. ROSETVATER ,
i f. Publisher of the Bee
Tno Coming Legislature.
Although the election returns are
yet incomplete , we have sufficient
assurance of the election of the fol
lowing nieu'bers to the next Legis
lature.
SENATORS.
First District Ellas Beaver.Rlch-
ardson county , Ind.
Second J. Usher , of Nemaha ,
Rep.
Rep.Third
Third J. E. Lamaster , of Otoe ,
Rep.
Rep.Fourth
Fourth S. M. Chapman , of Cass ,
Rep.
Rep.Fifth
Fifth J. S. Spaun , Rep. , and C :
B. Rustin , Dem. , of Douglas.
Sixth Waldo Lyon , of BurtEep.
Ninth Guy C Barton , of Liu-
colu , Rep.
Tenth John Lore , Eep.
Eleventh C. C. Burr , of Lancas
ter , Rep.
Twelfth N. K. Gnggs , of Gage ,
Rep.
HOUSE.
1st District E. S. Towlo , H.
Fisher , and S. SV. 13ealsrepublican ,
of Richardson.
Second Church Howe , and C M
Hayden , Independent , of Nemaha.
Third Pinney , Robb , Republi
can , and L Enyard and E Munn ,
Democrats , of Otoo-
Fourth John Brown and H W
Farley , Republicans , of Cass.
. Fifth Abbott , Republican.
Seventh J B McDowell , Repub
lican , of Gage.
Eighth Hastings and Helmer ,
Republican , of Lancaster.
Tenth D. C. McKilhp , Republi-
cnn , of Seward.
Eleventh George Hastings , Re
publican , of Saline.
Twelfth Henderson , Republican ,
of Tlutyer.
Thirteenth E. Nance , Republi
can , of Folk.
Fourteenth T N Chapman , Re
publican , of Saunders.
Fifteenth Amos Gates , Demo
crat , of Sarpy.
Sixteenth Ben H Barrows , J M
Thurston , Jacob Weidensall , aud
John Baumor , Republicans , and
Frank Murphy and Alexander H.
Baker , Democrats , of Douglas.
Seventeenth Gaylord , Republi
can , of Washington.
Eighteenth J Olinger , Republi
can.
Nineteenth J C Seeley , Repub
lican , of Dodge.
Twentieth T Crawford , Demo
crat , of Cuming.
Twenty-fourth Loren ClarkeRo-
publican , of Cass.
Twenty-fifth J W Barnes , Re
publican , of Cass.
' / Twenty-sixth M V Moudy , Republican -
> publican , of Kearney. ,
r % % t _
BUY your Boots and Shoes at the
Cheap Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
559 16th street. _ sept21tf
HOTELS.
OMAHA , - , - - HEBBABKA
Tholargwt and beat hot between Chicago
ind San Francisco ,
Oi * > neJ new September SOth. 1873 ,
sSO tf EO. THUALL. Proprietor.
United States
. „ . ,
COK. DOUGLAS iSn TENTH STREETS.
" " .HE
UNDERSIGNED
nsrectfnlly annoan-
I cet that he has purchased aqd refitted the
above Hotel , : uid ii now ready to iiccoinnlodate
the public , with hoard by day or WD < k , at reasonable
enable rite * . WILfclAJI LEHR. Prep.
julr22- < 1 v ,
California House.
FHITZ HAFMEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corner llth , Oarha ,
Nebraska. Beard hy the day or week ,
lime 1. vl
SIOTJSE.
Ort 9M , 1ft. Farnham andJIarnty Streeti ,
O AS liecn entirely refiittcd and refurnished.
rl aud will accommodate all to tbe beat ol
board at SI , CO per day ;
C , V. & S , M , SAJWAN ,
1y2Sdlj. Proprietors.
Central House
Vo. 630 fifteenth Street , ' '
Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEIMI JY ( ) $ , Erop'ry
Day BUI ! vieet Board at reasonable rates.
First-class tor attached to the house.
1e27 3m
Motel ,
? v
fronting on 4th , 6th and W&lnntit * , , -
St , Louis , - Mo4
Laveille , Warnei & Co. , J
- f
Tlie Southern Hotel Is first-class In all Its
am ointments. Its tables are at all times k tip-
plicd In the greatest abundance , with all trie
dnlUaclcs the markets aOord , Its clerlrs and
employes are all ppllfp and atrentive'lo the
want * ol tli" curst ? ( if the hotel , ThereJs an
improved dcva'or leading from the fir > t floor
to the uri ' > er orii" ! Railroad aud steamboat-
ickctoth'rrs. news stand , aqd weaterr fiiiionr
tt-lpsrflph olll-eln
theBotncdanf hotel I
BEDMAN & LEWIS.
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
OottOJCLXVOOCS.
L TJ 3vd ! IBIEIR ,
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
Je26Ira
H. t' . WALKB ,
-MANUFACaUKbr A { < p 4JKALEBK
BOOTS & SHOES
10 13th Si. Between Farnhsp apd Dougbn
a 13
VAX DOHA'S JJXACHINE
All Llmls ol light anheuTjr
IACIIINERY HADE& IIEI'AIIIKI/ .
Wo'k Quarai\te ' . -
\ < n'-&l
bB HAESUY QTEEEf. OITAHA.
vniit !
SPENCER'S Cc
an.i Confectionary
L'or. loth aud Learcimorlli SU > . ,
14 SM ATTnE'BRIDUE
CROSS ! KG THE RUBICON.
Ca ar crossed the Rubicon ,
In searih of sunny skien ,
.Beneath lltalia' * genLil sun ,
Ifehuld hin ntandard rUe ,
Acrofs the weeping Rhine ,
NnjxlM.ii led his men ,
To place upon hU achins brow
Another Ungly diadem.
f. crossed the Dougbs Rubicon ,
.Asall the Wet should Luowt
And now npon the corner , i
We're opened up onr show.
W < - had cot room within our store
For ail the crowils which came ;
We give yon now a larger one
With prices Just the inje.
We've hats to salt the million ,
From high to low degree *
With Cata aud OloTea for all tbe West.
As one can plainly see , '
UNCE , the 1st premium Hajtsr , s525oug- ,
Street , carng ? of l th. '
SPECIAL NOTICE
KOTlCn. AOvertissmenW of To let , For
S > alc , Ixwt , Wants , Found , Boarding , * c. , will
In- inrtvd in these columns once for TEN
CENTS tier line ; each subsequent insertion ,
FIVE CEF1S per line. 3b first insertion
never les thi.i TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
mAKrN UP A Red Cow and Calf , three
JL yers-Tid. short tail , crop of the left ear
and fork in the right. Owntr can have her by
calling on H. McCarty on O. W. Forbs' furia.
and pay ing damages.
A Pocket Book containing money and
LOST , tbe pocket book Is marked \lbeit
Auson , name on the inside , any one ha-ing
found the same can retain the money if he will
return tbe book and notes to J. ROBINS , No.
137 Farnham Stieet. octUilli *
TJIOUND EdTRAY-Oa the premhus ot the
J [ * undersigned , about 8 miles north of Omaha ,
a red and white Heifer , three years old , no
brand.
OitlStf R. 8. PRYANT.
rXOING. GOING , GONE Atagreatbargzin.
\JT 'Jo any one wishing a good business aud
good business property Iu the heart of tic City ,
l offer for sale my Brick Residence property
No. 26 and 25 $ Dodge sir. , containing (2) ( ) Two
business Lots of 22 l 't front with good Brlck-
hous , niue (9) ( ) ro-ms , good C Har , CisUrn , Weil
and good Brick Wood-house ; Alsouiy Confec
tionery Stock , Fixtures and mauLfaituriug
Tools.
OctlStS B. M. MARSHALL.
WANTED A girl todogeneral Housewort ,
InaMuall fcmily. Inquire at'JSo 639
llth St. bet. Douglas and Dodge. octlJMSt
I7IOR the best cider and for the purest cider
Jt ? vinegar go to Merrltts 153 Farnhaiu St.
octlOdlm.
FOR RENT Four nicely furnished riouis
in a private house , southeast corner .f
12th audU'acilic Street , at reasonable terms.
octSeodSt.
MONEY TO LOAN Call at the law office of
D. L. Thomas , Room 8 Vischers Block.
octTtf-
A Store room for rent , 14th Ft. joining St cl
JL Johnson. Inquire of A. J. bhup on.
263 Dodgo. cctTtf
mO RENT A house with fire rooms , good
JL cellar and < Istrrii , S. W. Cor. 13th and Chicago
cage St. C. AXFORD. octetf.
] 3 KMOVAL. Dr. Lewis has rem ved his
JtV risi'lencn to the brat house south cf the
Uuptist Church , uud 1 is office to room No. 5 ,
Creighton block. rxtodtf.
SALE My lluht one horse family car
riage , tuitablefor two or four persons. A bo
two or lutee Iar0e work horses cheap , lor cash.
octSdtf. GEO. W. HOilAN JR.
REST Brick store corner Chicago and
FOR streets , The test g'and in the city ,
having lieea occupied as a grocery for the last
seven jeuis , a good cemented cellar.
oct2dtf S WRIGHT.
Day boarders , N. W. Cor. 12th ,
WANTED
and Howard St. sep2Seodtf.
"Tt ANTED by the year , a man who is a
VT pract cal farmer , with a wife who is a good
cook and housekeeper to go into Iowa , thirty
miles tast of Co mcil Bluris one or two cliil-
dien not objefllonabb ? if able to do chores. En
quire at 235 Fa-nil uu street. sep20dlf
FOR RENT Store , Dwelling , Boarding , and
ware homes. Inquire of
ALF. D. JONE ? ,
cep23dtf S. IX cor. Douglas and ISth sis.
f REAT BARGAINS IN CITY I'KOBERTY ,
\JT Tickets to and Irom Europe , foreign ex-
utiange. Inquire at CO ? llth strtet. b t. Far-
uahmand Douglas. J. JOIIN&ON.
> ept261f
FOR SALE. 3 good lotx on 18th , near Paul
street for SS50. 1 small lot 33xG6 , ou 23 and
Cans street 200. SO acres of Douglas county
landfirst class , 10 miles out , JG10. New housj
and lot 5 years time. 1,800.
HOGGS i HILL , Real estate agents , i
sep23codtf. 284 Dodge street.
AFb\V nrxt class boardeii waned at Misj
Bushes' , 0 8 13th , bet. Cap. ave. anu
Davenport. UooJ table. ' ' 'pt22tf
HOUbE FOR RENT Ninth and Capital
Avenue. 8. A. TAYLOR i Co.
bepl21tf
ONEY 10 LOAN-InquIro at Lay Office
of P. A. IJEALS.Rooui 9 , VUcher's Block
' - "
Omaha. sspUSdtf
GKKAT bargains in real estate , for sale lot 7
iu block b9 , with all Improvements tbere-
on. situated ou Dodge Strtetbetwe ul3tb 14th
Streets , at the low pilce of J5 00. Enquire ol
M. IIELLMAN i CO. Corner of Franhara A
thirteenth Streets. si 4 d 30 t. *
t irANTED Ameiican , German , Norrrcg' ' tt
YV Swedish , or Irish girls , tq w&rk in hotels ,
restaurants and prWat ; families. Inquire at
CotiriUiCp. , Eoiplb > ment Bureau , 527 Fif-
'
feenth'Strc' t , ppposite Post Office , .eiit2dtf
rilllK Ioue.Hail [ lot next north of C. E. Yoat'.s
JL residence is lors'de at the low price of
$3,5CO a trifle more than the ccst ot improve
ments. Inquire of E.f , A IBROaE , Attor
ney , near hes.d of DausUs street. " "
\ /AA'iti } Any one wanting town ore *
Y V change any kind of hnsmcsj , hauso lots ,
Jands or merchandise , call on u . We have
clwncea entirely U oar hands , affording the
best inv 7ilent for capital , both small jr..l
reat. COriUILLA C ( . , Eich.imre and t.nl-
lecting Bureau , 531 15lh street , ofpo
Office. > * *
-
rpli THE rv.D 'O ' Th 'anderslgned Ss
JL opened an otiice'for enjplo'ymant of male
and female help fur jtftixa , otCces , houses , pri-
yate families ' , < -tc. All In want of the same , or
wantli.r e'mployment , please call on us.
COTXRILL&CU. , Exchange nd Employuiect
Bureau , 53115th street'oppjsue Post Olfica.
sept2dU
] \TONEY TO LOAN On'approtea persona
IVi sftjurity , also City "and County Warrants
bought and fcoM. Inquire at LawOffiieuf T.
W. T. Richards. No. 430 13th St. , Omaha.
AugGdtf
STORE TO RE 193 Douglas ttnet. In
quire of WEBBER 4 BEIIM.
lolvltt
TIT ANTED Day boarders , nt tht s uthwes :
YV cor. oflOth and HajnoYBtj. ' 'totf '
LEGAL NOTICE.
Xotlce is hereby given that a chattel mortg
age wlieroio Alougo C. Buntin aud Duncan
Cauicron are mortgagors and Charles B. Wells
is mortgagee will b foreclosed by a sile of
themoitgagrd property therein described towit :
one sorrel horse about nine years old , t onp
single open tip buggy , oncs , t ! &Ut hahuss ,
one well sugar wiih rppes ami complcta outfit
for buarliTg lacluillng eanrl pump , bno set
Slug la light'hanies new. " Said mortgage bears
date July SSth A. D. 1874 and la rrcorded In
B > ok O. of mottgago Record at page.GSO In the
office of the County Clerk in and f&r'Doui-las
County State of Nebraska. Said sail will bo
held in front of Sperry'n livery stable , on the
WC't side oflGtb Mre l between Doilge and Cup.
itol Aveine Streets , in the City of Omaha Hid
County apd State on tha 4th day of amount
November 1874 , ' at JO O'Q'O ' * ! ; A. M. The
claimed to l > e due on imlil luortgaRa and the
null's therein described at tbe time of the
fipt publication of this'notlce Is $203.00.
Omaha Oct. 14th 1874.
CHARLU9 H. WELLS , Mortgigee ,
By D. L. TUOilAS , hU Attorney.
octHJlt
RETAIL CASH PUfiCEASEBS
So-vying Machines.
In order to make room for our new styles , we
linve put in PERFECT order all uf our old
itock , including second-hand , aud offer them at
3REATLEY REDUCED prices , for CASH.
EJEAR ITS MIND
2VERY " HOWE " BOUGHT OF US and
iur.AUTHORI2Ep csnva-acrs b WARRANT-
IP , and INSTRUCTION given , as T'E have a
DEPUTATION TO SUdTAIN. Experience
roycs a machin WITHOUT Initructlon is
TORSE , iban NONE at all ,
CAUTION. We know of large lots of worth-
'Ss ' uwiclilnea bought at low figutes , that are be-
ig palmed off on the public for nearly as good
i new. Persons that do not want to run the
ak of licing swindled should NEVER buy of
puarties , as they have NO
putution AT STAKE , as have old established
> ui panics.
THirnOWE.tMACHINE.CO. ,
13th .Stree
. A.
adcile and Harness Maker ,
S TKI3niii : : ,
' 'LL orders and repairing promptly atten led
L. > to.rd aatufactiou guarraatied.
BJTCaah paid for hidra. ap331r Tl
cn > ]
pun
LOOCOO
DH FASHIHG IAND IH NEBEAS2AII
IEAL ESTATE AGENTS , Nc
* OUdES > AND LOTS m tne city of Omaha , The
L we
L fursaleihesuand on good terms.
"
"BOGCS & HILT.
231 Dodge street.
The
Notary Public , al , rsy In otflea , ap30j and :
moi
Mrs. D. A.
shionable Dressmaking , .
5Q4 Fourteenth St. , '
) Sm O21AIIA. NEB ,
The Kir.of the SEWING 3IACI1INE WOJ IJ ) as | u u.itcnlly as ( . ( .Id
. .
i'.eulun oi FiunuiY.
SALES FOK 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Iv5achires
ItBelne over One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand . mor * JlntLiLcs tlan * ert sold Iv
Sewlni Machine the tln' J
; Companv during game
It. willh.ir lybedeuicJ jixiu such evident * that tha suicrloritj of ths Slcr I. fii "
ruonstrated
THE SINGE
. NASOET , Agent *
je 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BBGWisT & BRCX
WHOLESALE
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEKLE & JOHNSON ,
g 6ROCE
MM PSOX'SJULOCIC
54O Fourteoath. Strsot ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
nichlMy - USTIEIB
MQBGAN & GALJLAGER.
-vSUCCLStORb TO CREIGHTON AN3 MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCEES ,
So. ! 0& Farnliam Street
O3.A : lOIJL
aurgdly
WHITNEY , BAUSEBMAN : & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Wo. 247 Douglas Street ,
mch2yi AGr TS FOK THV. DUPO.NT POWDLK CO.
CLARK & FRENCH ,
HPOfF CRflnPliC ! I
JJbJyd&lili ullUvJbl& ] I
AMD DEALERS ZZV
Canned Goods , Dried Truits , Green Fruits in Season.
.
JC 1 .
.MillERS SOLICITED. ' JiD PROMPTLY FILLEIt.
A. , S I 1ML TP S O 3STa
MANUFACTUKEE AND WHOLESALE
1JM
532 ST. ,
C. 21- .
rest I > osjlte prices. '
ji'lOdlj
ROBERT a STEEL1 , ,
* JEALEfi'IN
Oils , Varnishes ,
"BRUSHES , LAMP GOODS ETC.
257Douglas Street
niclilBfodlr
K 'HR
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES
231 r
Faraiiara Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , " "
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
IE km FANCY DRY OODS
ITS-IT Notions , -nd Hoots and Shoes.
JOHN T.
-JOBBER OF
.eavy Hardware , ,
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK , '
AND
16 Douglas
HENBY HORNBEHGER.
DEALEK IN
m-
( ) liiKiitukyJ\ViiskkM ; ! ! auJ ItiipurtO'fJitootN
239 DOUGLAS 3T 1
( cuMweii ijiock. ) r
htSTl
and
J ! ?
Bhwif hlt Hie Und w cuitlwteil , within two years from ateVf pwrchaiS !
L.M1GE DEDUCIOXS FOB CASH PAYMENTS.
irlh of Dlatte , l.oup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys-
V ? , S sW2
South of the Phtte
uil.puhUcanVaUcy. KorcIrcuUrsan.JlulliuJor . . .r-ply : Tc
iny Sloorc , General Agont. oittce South and
, - , . Oposffo tlie Union Depot ,
id in 0. B. & Q. office , Gnind Central Hotel ,
OMAHA