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THE DAILY BEE.
Friday Morning , June 11.
Patenon Bella coaL
See Polack's advertisement ,
| Try Saxo's Royal Crown Cigar.
Carriage Umbrellas atWoodworthV.
Soda at Saxe'a pure fruit syrups.
' The 'Academy of Sciences met
In "Williams' block last evening.
Mr. 0. H. Bal'ou Is the future
XT. S. marshal And thus the long
and bloody war is ended.
Elegant perfumes at Kuhn's drug
Lots , Farms , Houses and Lands.
Look over Bemis * new column of bargains -
gains on fiwt pi ge.
Try Saxe'a little Key Weet Ci
gar , lOc.
A subscriber desires to know .he
fcalary of the vice-preeldent of the
United States. It is $8000 per an
For Lands , Lot ? , Houses and
larms , look over Bemis' new column
on 1st page. Bargains.
Ballou'a appointment and con-
firm.ition as United States marahal
created considerable comment on the
A fishing party from Williams'
loin went out to the Papio Wednes
day evening , and returned yesterday
morning with a large haul of fish.
The cattle sale at the stock yards
at Spoon Lake will commence at 10 a.
jn. lo day instead of 1 p. m Lunch
Trill be served at the grounds at noon.
Yesterday aftjrnoon the members
of the Omaha sporting club contested
for the Mill's medal at the shooting
ran e at Lake's addition.
A meeting of the delrgitea from
the singing societies of the Missouri
valley will bo held at Metz ball , June
20 , to arrange for a saengerfett to be
giveii in Omaha in 1881.
There will be a special meeting
of Iho city council this evening
to pass the water worts ordinance , and
transact such other businers M may
coma before the meeting.
The body of Mr. Elmar Crowell ,
who died yesterday at North Platte ,
the cause of bis death 8uspectedto _ _
have been poison , arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon , and the buria
took place immediately thereafter.
The public are invited to call and
Inspect the P lace Meat Market jus
opened by Bcsen & Hagadorn , at No
314 Fifteenth street , between Farnham
and Harney , where a cho'ce selection
of meats will always be found. Fines
market iu the city.
A beautiful little dog had his leg
broken by the wheel of a street car
passing over it , Wednesday efternoon ,
on the corner of Fifteenth and Farn-
Lara streets. The little fellow was
game and never uttered a whino. He
was shot by bis owner to put him ou
of his nveery.
To know that you can save money ii
you buy your flour from Willis M.
Tales , as ho still sells that eleganl
Eagle Mills Flour at § 3.G5 per 100
pounds , and guarantees it to make the
whitest and sweetest bread , made from
the best Winter Wheat. Spring
TThoat Flour only S3.00 per 100.
For Sale , Very Cheap A new cab
inet organ two sets reeds and five
octave. Address "Organ , " care Bee.
Republican Campaign Club.
I * The Republican Campaign club met
at their rooms and had an enthusics-
tie ratification of James A. Garfield's
nomination for the presidency. Many
able speakers from among the leading
inen of Omaha were present. Al
friends are invited to bo present at the
xnoe ing next Wednesday night.
BENJ. FULTON , Secretary.
Joan Ingelow'a 'Song of Sovon. "
Musical and literary entcrt.-iinmen
at the Baptist church , last evening.
rBOOBAMilE PABT KIBST.
Quartette "Lo , the Bright Crimson'
( Palmer ) . Sirs. Latey , Miss Spoor , Messrs
1' . S. and J. L. Smith.
Jean Ingelow's Songs of Seven Seven
Times One , "Exultation , " Miss Gundy
Seven Times Two " "
"Uomance , Mis
Floral March "We Come from th
Valleys , " sixteen young Misses.
Seven Times Three "Love , " Mrs. F
Song "The Anchor's Weighed" ( Bra-
tain ) , Sir. F. S , Smith.
Seven Times Four "Maternity1 Miss
Ballad-"Iarby ) and Joan" ( Molloy )
Mr . Latey.
Seven Times Five "Widowhood , " Miss
1L Fannie Morris.
Seven Times Six "Giving in Marriage , "
Mrs. S. V , Hickman.
Wedding March ( Mendelssohn ) , Prof.
G. F. Mayer ,
Tableaux Bridal scene.
Bong-"No More" ( Perkins ) , Mr. J. L.
Seven Times Seven "Longing for
Home , " Miss Mittie Dort.
CLant "Thoughts of Home ( Gould )
Mrs. Latey , Miss Spoor , Messrs. F. S.
and J. L. Smith.
At Parkersburg , Iowa , on the 9th
InsL , Mrs. Jennie Byers , wife of John
M Dyers , engineer of this city.
Headquarters tor Joe Schlitz't
Milwaukee beer at MERCHANTS' Ei-
N. . Cor. 16th and Dodge.
Murphy & Lovettlns. Agency ; olc
eat established agency in this state.
Why doM youne vcs with nauscat-
lag medicines , when a purely frnlt
Mth&rtlo will euro yon at once Ham-
inrg Figs. Try them. _
"Songs of Seven. "
Jeans Ingelow'a beautiful poem of
that name was rendered in the audi
torium of the Baptist church last eve
ning by dramatic tableaux. The parts
Tere well sustained and the tableaux
were beautifully presented. The pro
gramme was interspersed with musical
elections which were finely rendered.
Among the vocaluts who favored the
mudlenca with selections were Mrs.
lotey. Mis * EU - Spoor , and Messrs.
I" . S. nd J. F. Smith. Mr. Geo. F.
Mayer rendered the wedding march
A BUBGULAB BAGGED ,
A Good Job by an Amateur
Finished by the Police.
An ex-clothier's clerk , Oppenheimer
by name , has recently turned amateur
detective , and since the burglary of
Brash's clothing store haa been per
sistently at work endeavoring to ferret
out some clue which might lead to the
capture of the perpetrators of the
crime. Fortune has favored his ef-
Jorts and steered a desperate character
and burglar into the hands of the pc-
Wednesday afternocn , wl lls Oppen-
leiuier was lounging about Rosenfeld's
second hand store , a man , feigning in
toxication , entered. A conversation
of a general nature ensued for a while ,
when the stranger hinted that he
could show Oppenheimer a chance to
buy goods at a bargain.
The amateur detective apparently
anxious to purchase started off with
the man. A clerk in the employ of
Mr. Brash was informed of the cir
cumstances and Officer Dahlstrom was
subsequently detailed to follow Op-
penheimor and the stranger and to be
ready foe action if needed.
After a brisk walk down the B. &
M. track , the stranger halted at a
place near the track about two miles
Tom the city and there revealed to the
detective a large package of silk
landkerchiefs end a quantity of under
wear and stockings.
The stranger refusing to accept for
: he goods a proffered check , the two
retraced their steps to town , where
Dppenheimer had promised to procure
the cash. They hadn't rrcceeded far
when officer Dahlstrom was met , and
on seeing whom the thief attempted to
escape. The officer grjppled him and
a lively tussle ensued , resulting in the
escape of the thiet. Dahlstrom
fired four shots after the fleeing
man , but ncne of them took effect ,
and the officer and detective securing
the plunder returned to town and re'
ported the afhir to the marshal.
About dusk Officer Dahlstrom and
Deputy Marshal Westerdahl started
for the place whore the goods had
been hidden. Six police followed as
far as Green's quarry. A little fur
ther on the deputy marahal and
the officer met sn individual whom the
policeman recrgnized as the thief.
He was seized , a "shooting iron'
poiuted at him and crdered to march.
The thief refused and struck the
marshal a violent blow and broke
away , but was overtaken , and after a
desperate s'ruggle ' , in which the
officers were obliged to use their clubs
freely , the desperado was [ subdued.
The man gives the name of Danio
Sullivan , and ij the same man with
whom ex-City Marshal Butli r had a
desperate encounter two years ago.
The goods have been Identified b ]
Brosh and Goldsmith.
The case will go before the gram
OREAT REDUCTIONS 1
In all our Fifteen different depart
menls to cluso out balance of Summer
1000 YDS DRESS GOODS AT 5 CIS
So such value ever before offered in
10 PIECES PLAIN AND STRIPED
LINEN , for suitings at lac ,
former price 25c.
3 OASES NEW PRINTS at 5c ,
former price Sic
LAWNS the LARGEST and CHEAP
EST STOCK in the city.
5000 yds. was sold last week
GREAT SACRIFICE in RIBBONS
1000 yds. Sash Ribbon at 12c.
Call early our advertisements are
200 yds. G inch all silk ribbon at 25c
Sold elsewhere at 75c.
25 DOZ LADIES SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS at 25c ,
Sold in the city at 50 :
25 DOZ POCKET FANS at 15c ,
Cheap at 25c
5 DOZ FRENCH BONE CORSETS
at 50c , no such value in the city.
1000 PAIRS LA.CE MITTS
at wholesale prices
Another elTipmont of the "Boss
shirt in all sizes with cuffs or bands
This ii the best value in the city.
15 doz. Ladies and Misses Sun
Hats at 20 cents.
Similar Seductions m Evtty Depart
went. A. CEDICKSUANK & Co.
He "Was Lonely Without His
Young Otis Elliott , who borrowec
the horse from a Mr. Clinchard , a man
employed at the smelting works , was
tracked by Deputy Sheriff Grebe as
far as Saunders county , where the
horse , which had been sold by Elliott
was recovered and brought back to it
owner. At Columbus it waa f&rthe
discovered that Elliott hadborrowed ( ?
a team from a livery man and had no
been heard of for several days. Late
developments showed that Elliot
loved a lass whoso name is Miller , bui
the young lady's mother , who reside
in this city , discouraged his advances
and with the hope of preventing a
marriage between the two , sent her
daughter to Leadvillo about a month
ago , to some relatives.
This will probably explain Elliott's
determined , and so far as heard from
successful efforts to emigrate west
The third annual state convention
of the A. 0. H. Is hereby called to
convene in the city of Omaha , in
Clark's Hall , on the 13th inst. , at 7:30
p. m. A full attendance is requested.
By order of the State Delegate.
D. COGAN , Sec'y.
All state and division officers of the
A. 0. H. will meet southeast comer
of llth and Chicago streets , at 7:30
o'clock , sharp , Friday evening. By
order of the President.
Hsmburg Flgt 25o a box.
8. P. MORSE & Co.
Fast becoming the leading dry goods
louse between Chicago and San Fran-
Isco. For the past three years we
ave endeavored to prove to the peo-
le of Omaha and the west that fine
oods can be sold on Tenth street
much cheaper than on the more fash-
enable avenues of trade. Occupying
tie came room in which wo started a
lusiness since increased fourfold it
must be evident to our readers that
with a stock of goods selected iu the
eading markets of the Far Eait , in
most instances bought from manufao
urers , agents , and invariably paid for
cash down , thereby securing to us
arge discounts , in themselves a profi * ,
tire can undersell any legitimate com
petition at home or abroad.
We arc now offering bargains in
HOSIERY , DRESS GOODS , SILKS , CORSETS ,
Ladies' ecamloss Balbriggan Hose ,
) lain or silk clocked , at 25 cents ; the
; eat hcse in town for the money. Over
0 styles ladies' plain and fancy col
ored hcse marked down to 50cts ; not
i pair of these cold for less thanJJS
cent' , and some as high as § LCO ;
early selections will secure the best
FOE SUMMER WEAR
we offer fine seamless Balbriggan Hose ,
very light , durable and elastic , for CO
centc , worth 75enta.
Fine light lisle thread hcse as$1.00 ,
Plain and fancy colored cotton and
lisle thread hose , from $1.00 to ? 3.50 a
pair. The best assortment in town.
DEDUCTIONS IN CHILDREN'S HOSE.
To close our spring stock , we offer a
large assortment of children's hose , all
sizes , at about one-half price.
LADIES' LACE MITTS.
Hero we show one of the finest
stocks in the country , and offer 90
style ? , plain black or white , piuk ,
csru , blue , lavender mitts without ,
with half , or full fingers , from 25 cents
to $2.00 a pair. Ladies' lace lisle ,
ilain halo and silk taffetas gloves ; a
arge assortment , from two to six but-
New Fans , new Parasolc , fully ten
per cent less than up town prices for
; hc same qualities' .
Camel's hair grenadines.
Satin stripe grenadines.
An elegant assortment of pure linen
lawns just opened.
For summer wear we offer a line of
light weight , fine quality , cashmere
finish , gros grain silks at $1.00 , $1.25 ,
$1.50 , SLG5.
Wo have just received a new line of
fine embroideries , good work on the
French nainsook , and offer them to
the trade M being the best value ever
shown in Omaha.
White Piques , 810,12 | , up to 75
French Organdies , plain and dotted
Swisses , India mulls , lace , check and
stripe naiusooks. Fine Victoria laWDs
from 10 cents to 90 cents a yard. All
our cummer white goods are new , fresh
and deairnblo. We hsvo many fine
goods in mulls and lawns , not to be
found elsewhere in Omaha.
PARASOLS , UMBRELLAS.
We offer special bargains in extra
large 24 inch silk sun umbrellas. All
this season's goods , from 80c to $6.00.
Lttdics and Children * '
GAUZE UNDERWEAR. .
Ladies g.iuzo vesta all sizes , 28 to
36 , only 25c. Best qualities at 5Co
and CO ? .
Child's gauze vests , 15 to DOc.
Gents' Unlaundricd Shirts.
Voicn they go
At oOc a shirt , worth that at wholesale
, to-day. linen bosom.
Linen cuffs ( muslia ) worth lOc n
At 70c a shirt worth $1.00.
At 90c & Better Shirt than is sold up
town for $1.00. ( We warrant this. )
HERE IT IS.
Wo are obliged to make the above
reductions , because wo have receiver ]
a new $1.00 shirt , made of Wamsutta
muslti ) , and of the finest Ltneii Bosom
and Cuffs , and
With a Reinforced Front.
Up-town retailers are to-day selling
a poorer ehirt at $1.25.
Gents' superfine or superstout Bri
tish seamlees A Hose , Unbleached or
colored , reduced to 25e , worth , and
sold elsewhere at 35 and 50c.
Full HUPS of cheaper Hose goods
from as to 15c , and all the best quali
ties of Liilo and cotton i Hose up to
the finest goods made.
Gents' summer undershirts at 2Bc ,
35c,40c , 50c , 75c all less than las
A"n efficient corps of polite clerks
will at any time be pleased to show
our really fine stock to customers
wishing to examine. Up-town cars
pasj our doors. Samples sent on ap
plication. S. P. MORSE & Co
JSlLSSiNd. A case o constipation by
using Hamburg Figs.
A. K. & A. M.
There will be a special communica
tion cf St. John's lodge , No. 25 ,
hat evening , for work in the
F. C. degree. Visiting brethren are
JAS. B. BRUNEB , Master.
Laundry work will bo collected and
delivered by the Omaha Shirt Factory.
Leave your address. First-class work
Home comforts , moderate rates ,
Aster House , New York. mlG-lm
District Court June Term.
The following proceedings were had
on Wednesday :
Bemis vs. Davis ; decrea fcr defend
Lsiber vs. Zimmerman ; dismissed.
Leiber vs. Gautz ; dismissed.
Housel vs. Crum ; judgment set
aside and cause reinstated.
In the matter of the estate of Fran
cois Hertzman , deceased ; dismissed.
Preston vs. Voodwo th ; default.
On motion cf John D. Howe , Esq. ,
the proceedings of the Bar association
and the address cf Charles H.Brown ,
Esq. , in respect to the memo y of the
Hon.- John Carrigan , deceased , were
ordered spread upon the journal.
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock
yesterday morning ,
Mr. Emmanuel Cahn haa gone east.
W. B. Loring has gone west on
H. A. Newman , of Nebraska City ,
is in town.
Mr. Joe Her went to Cheyenne yes-
Capt. Roe , of Kearney Junction ,
went west yesterday morning.
Mr. James H. Conrad came up from
the state university yesterday morning.
Prof. O'illespie , of the Deaf and
Dumb institute , has returned home.
Mayor Chase and wife came up from
Lincoln with their son , Clem , yester
Marehal Shaughene sy , of Wyom
ing , passed through the city yester
Rev. Mr. Ingraham went west to
Clear Creek , yesterday , where he will
preach on Sunday.
Mr. C. H. Gere , ol Lincoln ; J. H.
jacey , of Omaha ; Hon. G. W. Dor-
ey , of Fremont. Mr. Davis , of Wa-
100 ; Mr. D. C. Brooks and family ,
nd Edward Roeewater and family ,
were among the returning Chicago pil-
rims yesterday morning.
Why pay 15 cents for a dish of Gel
atine when you cannot the best ice
cream made cjati a d'sh , at
BEINDOBFF & MAUSS' .
FOE SUFFERING ERIN ,
The Irish Belief Fund.
Bishop James O'Connor has handed
as for publication the following list of
subscription to the Irish relief fund by
he sympathizers In ( ha various parts
of his diocese :
Cathedral , Omaha , . . § 339 20
Mi-at National Bank , Omaha. . . 10000
tVncient Order of Hibernians ,
Fohn A. Creighton , Omaha 100 00
rlelena. Montana. 1,800 75
North riatte. Neb 496 10
Falls City , Neb 116 65
Rawlins , Wyo 5700
Nebraska Oity 4374
Sleason , Neb , . . . . , . , 100 00
Exeter , Neb 95 00
Virginia City , M. T 26000
FremontNeb 154 90
Tecumseh , Neb 6500
Wood River , Neb 63 00
Fort McPheRon , Neb 45 00
O'Neil City , Neb 23 00
Beachmanville , Neb 35 00
West Point , Neb 88 00
Blair , Neb 23 00
Plattsmouth , Neb 70 00
Seward , Neb 9 10
Crete , Neb 7000
daramie City , Wyo 8450
New Castle. Neb 4675
3olnmbns , Neb 215 90
Cheyenne , Wyo 140 00
Church of the Holy Family ,
Omaha 100 00
McArdle Settlement , Neb 5 00
Fort Omaha , Neb 4000
Papillion , Neb 35 00
Lincoln , Neh. 73 80
Total 35,152 90
TheRt. Rev. James O'Connor , DD.
has sent the above amount , $5,152.90.
to the four archbishops of Ireland , on
the folio wing dates :
January 26 100 8 43660
Februaryll 100 48750
25 100 48900
March2 260 1,27100
neS 309 1,811 55
10 123 60385
ixpensc-s for circulars , postage
and express 350
Total § 5,15290
A. M. COLANEEI , Treasurer.
OHAIIA , Neb. , June 10,1880.
Resolutions of Respect.
At a reguhr" meeting of Beacon
lodge No. 20 , 1. 0. 0. F. , the follow
ing preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Whereat , It hus pleased the Al
mighty Father , Creator and Redeemer
of all mankind , to remove from our
midst our late brother of the order ,
D. W. Briggs ; and ,
Whereas , It is but just that a fitting
recognition of his many virtues should
ba had by this lodge ; therefore , be it
Resolved , By Beacon Lodge No. 20 ,
working under a charter duly granted
by autherity of the Right Worthy
Grand Lodge of the state of Nebras
ka , of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows , that , while we bow with hum
ble submisjjon to the will of the Most
High , we do not the less mourn for
our brother who has been taken from
us.Resolred , That , in the death of D.
W. Brigcs ; , this lodge laments the loss
of a brother who , although not a mem
ber of it was ever ready to proffer the
hend of aid and the voice of sympathy
to the needy and distressed of our
lodge ; an active member of this order ,
whoso utmost endeavors were exeited
for its welfare and prosperity ; a friend
and companion who was dear to us all ;
a citizen whoso upright and noble life
was a standard of emulation to his
Xesolwd , That the heartfelt sympa
thy of this lodge bo extended to his
family in their affliction.
Resolved , That these resolutions be
spread upon the records of this lodge ,
and a copy thereof transmitted to the
family of our deceased brother , to the
lodge of which he was a member , and
to'each of the daily papers of Omaha.
Over eighty millions of dollars of
insurance capital of the oldest and
host home and
foreign companies rep
resented in the agency of Taylor &
The usual amount of tramps were
before the tribunal of justice yester
day morning five dajs.
The bright youth who with the as
sistance of some bad whisky , made a
circui of himself at the ratification
meeting last evening , and succeeded
in interrupting and annoying one of
the speaker ? , was fined $3 and costs.
The man from Bohemian town who
was arrested on complaint of a neigh
bor for abusing a goose , appeared be
fore his honor this morning with a
map of the United States to prove
that the goone is a dangerous inimal
during the dog days. The case was
continued for want of expert ; .
Two watchmen in the employ of
the U. P. company had a skirmish in
one of the yards. On complaint of
the night watchman the guardian by
day was summoned before his honor
this morning , but the complainant
was not on hand , and the case was dis
Two plain drunks wound up the
Owing to other business that needs
my attention I will sell my undivided
half intarest in the European Hotel
and Bakery and Rive possession im
mediately. Call on or address me
at the European Hotel.
Jane 7th tf E , T , WRIAKT ,
THE OLD METKOPOLIS ,
The Ancient and Modern
Glories of Nebraska City.
Business Briefs and Buildings.
Correspondence of TJTB Bxx.
NEBRASKA CITY , Juno 8. Nebraska
City is one of the oldest towns in the
state , having been settled abouE twen
ty six years ago. When the laud be
longed to the Indians , this place was
ailed Fort Kearney. Part of the
ity is still called Kearney Heights.
When the land was put in the market
> ho name of the town was changed.
ior many years this was the starting
ioint of nearly til the wagon trains
ijoing to Denver. At first the town
; rew rapidly , and in 18C2 was nearly
its present size. Since that time
however , the buildings , which were
"rame , have been replaced by brick or
itono ones. The city continued to
ihrive and do an immense businees
until the U. P. railroad was com-
jletei to Kearney. Then nearly all
.ho freighting from this point ceased ,
and for several years the place de
clined ; but during the past two years
: hings here have
TAKEX A HEW STABT ,
and aU kinds of business has been en-
ivcend. The ponulation is now about
Two large brick buildings are in
course of construction in Main street ,
In the busiest partof the city. One of
them will be a bank and the other a
The B. & M. railroad comes into
he city from the west , and then turns
southward , giving the place connec
tions with Brownville and other points
down , th.e. river , as well as with Lin
coln and places west. Besides there
is here a transfer , on which cars cross
this river. This furnishes connec
tions with all points north and south
by the K. C. railroad , and with places
ewt by the C. , B. & Q. railroad.
Nebraska Citf is
A. GREAT SHIPPING POINT
'or grain and live stock. The mer
chants of the city are all prospering
finely. Tluro are here thirteen
churches , five fine brick school build
ings , bts'dos plow factories , flouring
ra'l g , soap works , gas work * , vinegar
works , breweries and cigar f ctorits.
Since the late rains everyone seems
much encouraped , and prospects are
good fur the farmers having fair crops.
The stietti here are everyday crowded
with the teams of farmew , who have
come to town to sell their grain , hogs ,
butter and ojgs , and in their turn to
buy such things as they need. Be
sides raising grain and stock , the far.
mm have turned their attention to
ruit growing , and the result is that
hey have fine large-bearing orchards.
T. N. White , well known all over
; his country , having for many years
been captain of the ferry-boat , now
keeps a first class confectionary and
ice cream parlor. He is just getting
started in his new quarters , and waits
on his customers in the best possible
manner , and we predict that his par
lor will be a favorite resort for all
during the hot summer months.
Phil J. Girarde1 , undertaker and
dealer in parlor goods and furniture
has a large collectionjand fine assort
ment of everything in his line of
goods. His hearse is the finest in the
L. Weeeel & Co. , are wholesale and
retail dealers in dry good * , fancy
goods , notions and carpets. They have
a complete stock of good goods , which
they sell at low prices.
McCulloch & Burnett , dealers in
hides , leather , shoe findings , wool ,
&c , came here two years ago from
Champagne , Ills. Since" they came
here they have done an extensive
business , even more than they had
expected. They are the only firm
here which makes this line of trade
an exclusive business. Their jobbing
trade of leather throughout the west-
cm part of the state has grown to
considerable dimensions. They are
thriving at present and everything ia
hopeful for their future prosperity.
R. H. Dickey , druggist and apoth
ecary , is a substantial business man
of this place. He has been in busi
ness here fifteen years. He has an
excellent stock of drugs , etc , and
cheerfully waits on his customers.
D. L. Simmons haa a macnine with
which he cleans old feathers from pil
lows , &c. , making them nicer than
new cnes. When we visited his shop
he was doing some work sent him from
Shenandoah , Iowa.
Sam Tat c , well known all over the
state , is the genial landlord at the
Grand Central , while Henry Brown
entertains his guests at the Cincinnati
Paul Schminke is the obliging post
master. Ho also owns a large flouring -
ing mill , and besides having the cus
tom of the surrounding country , he
ships great quantities of flour to his
customers in other places.
H. F. Cady sells lumber for the
Chicago lumber company.
R. P. Draper is eounty treasurer.
M. W. Neihart has a photograph
gallery in which ho has the modern
improvements for taking pictures in
the latest styles. His gallery is taste
fully fitted up , and his work done in
an artistic manner.
_ Dr. C. F. Harris is the county phy
sician. He has an extensive practice.
S. S. Morehouse
, an atterney-at-
law , makes at s tracts of titles , * has
money to loan , is notary public , and
U. S. examiner.
" "There are tw"b daily papers -issued
heroj The Press and The News. The
Press is a morning paper and his late
ly commenced to take the telegraphic
dispatches. Both the papers pablish
weeklies also. The Sun has removed
to Lincoln. TREBO.
Two young gentlemen came over
the river from Council Bluffs Tuesday
evening , and put up-at a house .on
Sixteenth street , tUcre they were
given a room with a third party a
young man. During the night he had
occasion to leave the room , and on re
turning ho was surprised to find that
his room-mates had vanished. Fur
ther investigation revealed the fast
that all thjo money and other valuables
in his packets had been abstracted. A
warrant has been issued for the arrest
of the parties.
A gentleman who put up at the Pa
cific house on Wednesday night , found
on arising yesterday morning that the
sum of $13 had been abstracted from
his pockets. A search-warrant was
Real Estate Transfers.
Milton Tootle and wife to Herman
Kountze ( trustee ) w. d. lot 1 , block 99
S250.Harry P. Deuel and wife to Mary *
A. Frick , w : d. , land commencing at
a point 15 chains w. and 109.56 ft. n.
of se. cor. of sw. J of sec. 1 , in tp. 15 ,
n. of r. 13 e. , and running thence e.
370 ft , , thence n. 2Qi ft. to jie. cor. of
I acre sold to Ella B7 Lucas this date ;
w. along s. line of psjd Ei B ,
Lucas'i acre 370 ft ; and thence > .
29ft. _ to place of beginning 5450.
Harry P. Deuel and wife to Ella B.
Lucas , w. d. , parcel of land in sec. 10 ,
tp 16 n of range 13 e $450.
Patrick O. Hawes and wjfe to Chas.
Dewey and Emmerton Stone , w. d. ,
lot 3 , b. 181J $376.
City of Omaha to PatrickHawes , w.
d. , lot 9 , block 182J § 300.
The June Rlee.
The river is reported to bo rising
rapidly all along its course from this
point northward , and in a'few days a
chance will be given to test the effi
ciency of the alleged rip-rapping done
at the riverfront some two years ago
by government contract. The work
already scows signs of weakness in
several placer , and should the water
rise very high , fears are entertained
for the safety of the river front.
Henry Clement , Almonte , writes :
"For a lone ; time I was troubled with
chronic Rheumatism , at times whoUy
disabled ; I tried anything and every
thing recommended , but failed to get
any benefit until a gentleman who was
cured of Rheumatism by Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil told me about it. I
began using it both internally and ex
ternally , and before two bottles were
used I waa radically cured. We find
it a household medicice , and for
Croup. Burns , Cutv , and Bruises , it
h s no equal. "
NOTICE Advertisements ? o Let For Sale ,
Lost , Found , Wants , Boarding &c. , will be In-
: ited in these columns ones for TEN CENTS
per lint ; each subsequent insertion , FIVE CENTS
per line. Tbe first Insertion never less than
O1 A A AAA * ° LOAN In sums of $500
S > 1UUUUU to 5MO or $19,000 , at8 to 10
per cent Interest on first class improved real
estate in the city of Omaha. GEO. P. BEMIS'
Real Estate and Loan Agency , 15th and Douglas
KVT TO LOAN-Call at Law Office
l > L. 7HOMA8. Room 8. Creighton Block
ONKY TO LOAN 1109 , Farnham street.
Dr. Xdwardn LOAD Arency. | nov-22-U
ANTEP 2 gills at EMME IT HOUSE.
A few partially furnished rooms
WANTED by gent and mothrr.
A. B. X. , Bee Office. 33-10
Situation as teamster or coach
nan by a young man , who understands
taking care ot horsei , wan'l work > nd not afraid
of it. Address P. J. C. , Bee Office. 40-10
Si'uatlon as coachman or for gtn
WANTED atxm' a house , good reference
given. Ad lie s P. H. C .Bee Offic * . S0-15
YOU SO man desires b situation in some
A perminent lusiness , will fnrnhh good re-
' rence. Inquire at the PACIKIO HOUE. 33-12
One or two good barberr , at 118
WANTED St. , bet. Farnham and LongUi.
Good wages. UEO. DKLFEL 29-tf
[ ANTED HOUSK3 AND LOT3 for cuj-
\ tppurs. JSO. L. McCAQTJE , Agent. J7-St
mWO CARPENTERS WASTED. T.MUKRAY.
TNTKLLIOENCE OFFICE , corner 18th and
J. Davenport. 410-Ui
FOR RENT-HOUSES AND LAND.
LOTS , FARMS. HOUSES AND LANDS. Look
over BEMIB' new column of bargains on lit
100113 ( TO REST With or .without board
R at Mo. 1710 Davenport St. 25-18
-rVSIBABLEBOOHS PLEASANTLY LOCAT-
± J ED FOR BENT At south east corner of
14th and Chiogo streets , convenient to the busi
ness part of the city. C 9-tl
P10R BENT Furnished roomscheap ; by week
_ C or month. Apply at AMERICAN HOUSE.
BKNT A splendid Photograph Oal ery.
* m-tt L. B. WILLIAMS A SON
' , rXTTB. DOUSES AND FATVM3 ,
FOR'CANDS BEMIS' new column on 1st page
SALE Cheap , an excellent riding or
driving mire , Vonng , sound and gentle.
Address "Horseman , * Care Bee. 31-11
T AH prepared to deliver sott water to an" part
J. of the city for low prices. Ni.tify bypostal
or leave orders at my house , TH03. SWIFT.635tf
OR SALE A house with fi rooms and lot in
Jj Nelson's addition. Inquire of Fred. Henl-
rccksoa's meat market , cor. of 16th arid Califor
nia Sts. 021-tf
TOR SALE Small coda fountain in good con.
C dltlon. D. W. SAX i , cornir 13th and
o BU1LDERS.PLASTERKRS AND MASONS ,
JL , Coarse bank sand , gtavel , for trardens and
Moulding sand will be delhend at short notice.
Leave orders > t H. Sierks 1414 Firnharo , and
Charles Brandes , 021 } Farnham Sts. HANS
BOCK , Successor to Charles Daniel. 552-tf
TT1OR BALE Cottonwocd lumber of all sizes t
jj REDMOND'S SIxteenth-st.
, - 616-tt
Twenty to twenty-four quant or one
MILK by John T. faulson.
OFFERS A SPLENDID LIST OF
Bargains in Houses , Lots , Farms and
Lands , In his new column on 1st page.
TOR BALE targe beer casks , good for els-
JL tarn purposes , at SRUO'8 Brewery.
T7IOR 8ALE A mill dwelling house , next to
JD O. H. Collins residenc- , corner 10th and
Capitol Avenue , f or information call at G. H.
i J. B. COLLINS. 131 Farnham Street. 605-U
TOR BALE A Grist Mill. Appiyat
_ L 472-tf L.B. WILLIAMS t SON.
SALE A New American Sewing Ma
chine in good condition , with all attach
ments. Must ! o sold befor * the 15th of May.
For information apply at ATKIN8OVS Millinery
Store , corner Douglis and 13th Streets. 474-tf
. SALE Two of the celebrated J. M.
Brunswick A Balke Co.'s Nonpareil Bil
liard Tables. Nearly new. For gala cheap.
230-tf C. W. HAMILTON ,
QTBAYED A dark red cow. quite long horns
tO and In good condition. Any bo ly giving in
formation of tald cow will be liberally rewarded
by calling on HENRY L1VESEY , 1216 Capitol
From the premises of James Half ,
STRAYED west ot Omaha , on June 5 , one
b y horse , C Tears old , about IS ham's high ,
white st ar in forehea-i , roman new. Information
leading tohis recovery will besuitablriewarded
by HENRY SIERT , iarnhamSt , bet. 14th and
16th , Oamha , Neb. 3910
May 27tb , from Omaha , 3 bay
STRAYED 1 pacer , 2 ordinary trotter * . Will
pay for information leading to their recovery.
K. TIZABD , 1304 Farnbam St. 21-tf
Our National Holiday will be celebrated on
Monday , July 6th. 1880 , by a pie-nir , to bo held
at Sailing's Grote , in Sarpjr County , Under the
auspicosof the Catholic citizens of Papillion. Ar
rangements I a'teen made with the U. P. R.
R. Uomrany to run an excursion train from Oma
ha to tne Oro\e. Seventy-five ccnti will be
charged for the round trip : children half fa-e.
The train will leave Omaha at nine o'clock a
m.and return at seven p. m. , and Papillicn at
ten a. m , returning at six p. m.
Foot'racef , sack races , and other amusement *
and games will take p ace , while the best of or
der will be prcaened throughout the day. Far-
tes desiring to rent stands will confer with the
committee , J. IXArcy and M. Tex , at Papillicn.
The committees will leave nothing undone to
make i'pleasant for those attending. Programme
of exercises will be published hereafter.
H. DU5K ,
LBWIS LIISCIB ,
M. LA50DOX ,
DR. A. S. PENDERY ,
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN ,
HAS PEHMANKKTLT LOCATED HIS MED
ICAL OFFICE ,
193 Tenth Street , OUAHA , NEBRASKA ,
Offering his services In all departments of
mediciae and surgery , both in general and
ipecial practice , acuta and chronic diseases Can
be consulted night and day , and will visit a'l
jiirts of the city and county on receipt of letters
or telegrams. je9-tf
NEW TIME TABLE
OMAHA AND FORT OMAHA
OMNIBUS LINE ,
i4.vas oxtBA. urns R. ( QUHli
7:10 o'clock u. M. IfcOO tfclock. . . : : ? ] ! v ,
3:00 o'clock r. it. & 30 o'clock , , . 3i
80 o'clock T. x. 10:00 : o'ctoak " L !
SWDAYS B7SBT TrTO
Fare * &
ONE MILLION ACRES
EASTERN NEBRASKA ,
$2 TO $5 PER ACRE.
DOUGLAS COUNTY ,
6 to 12 Miles from Omaha ,
$6 to $10 per Acre , on
Long Time and
Low Interest ,
Large tracts suitable fcr
Colonies in all the best
Counties in the State.
80,000 acres scattered
A large number of Improved
Farms in Nebr.tska , many 01
them near Omaha , $12 to $40
per acre ,
An Immense List of
CITY PROPERTY ,
Consisting of Elegant Resi
dences from $3,000 to $20-
000. Many thousand vacant
lots in the additions to Omaha.
Hundreds of lots scattered
through the City. Houses and
Lots , Business Houses and
Lots , and all kinds of Ci y
We also have
MONEY TO LOAN
on Improved Farms in Doug
las County , on 5 years time , at
10 per cent , interest to all who
can enow good titles.
Itlups of Douglas and Sarpy
Counties for sale ,
Boggs & Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS ,
1408 Tarn. St. , Omaha , Neb ,
Splendid cottage , 6 rooms , all Iu the best con <
dltlon , fruit and ( bade trees , stable , hard and
not water , and 4 Acres of Ground , $120 year.
Wet Omaha , will Bell foi $1.630.
BOQ03 and DILL.
For Sale ,
House and ( all lot on Webster Street , best loca
tion in the city , $1,500 ; easy terms.
BOOGS and HILL.
Twenty Thousand DolUrs in small well secnr.
ed mortgages ranging from $200 to 91,000 , draw.
Ing 10 per cent Interest , have been lately placed
In our hands for sale , at small discount. Per
tons having a little money to spare can make i
safe and profitable loan in this way , without any
experts or commi.'slom.
BOOQ3 and HILL.
For Sole ,
Church Property and P r on l ttMiil Qm h
near Depot , at a very reasonable price.
BOQ03 and HILL.
Cottage and Lot ,
New 1-ltory frame house , 4 rooms , S cloe Ur-10
foot ceilings , double doors , etc. , 85 barrel cis
tern , full lot , all in No. 1 condition , fi blocks
from High School ; $550 , on monthly payments ,
smalLcash payment required.
' BOGGS and HILL ,
Real Estate Broken.
We are now prepared to build houses worth
from $400 to $300 on our lots in our new addition ,
26th and 23th and Farnbam.Douglas and Dodge ,
and sell on small monthly payments.
liOOGS and HILL ,
$000 to $1,000
Will buy you a new house , with one of the finest
Iota la Omaha , on small monthly payments.
BOGUS and HILL ,
Jt'or Sale ,
House and Let on street car-track , Shlnni addi
tion , $1,900. BOGG3 and HILL.
A New House
And full lot , one-half block from street can ,
Shlnn's Addition , f 1,375.
B "CCS and HILL.
Residence Property In Omaha must be sold In-
stanter , W i Lot 4 , Block 47 , with a No. 1 house
of 7 looms and all well improved ; southeast
corner 21it and Casa. Want best offer.
BOGUS and HILL.
For Sale ,
Fine } oung horse , well broke aud suitable for a
lady todiiie. BOOUS and E ILL.
We want a contract to hat 200 acres cf land
broke at once. BOG 08 ana HILL.
Look at the let * in our new addition beat
lots for the money in Omaha , 29th and Farnham.
BOG03 and HILL.
Residence Lots for Sale.
200 Lots in Kountze and
Euth's Addition.near business ,
good surroundings , lots covered
with young : trees , and are the
choicest , cheapest and nearest
business of any lots in the mar
ket. By all means look at lots
in Kountze and Ruth's addition
before purchasing elsewhere.
"Will sell on monthly payments.
Prices $400 to $650.
BOQGS and HILL.
100O Residence Lots
Fronting 8,9,10 and llth streets , 6 to 10 blocks
south of depot , many of these lots are very de
sirable and for men of small moms are now the
cheapest and most easily purchased tots In Oma
ha. Prices $250 to $300. Monthly payments.
BOGGa and UiuL.
15 Choice Lots
On Park Wild Avenue , only 3 to 4 blocks from
Depot , $500 to $600. Monthly payments.
66 of the Finest Lots
in Omaha , 10 to 12 blocks west of Postoffice and
Court House , on Farnbam , Douglas and Dodge
streets ; finest views in the city from these lots.
Prices S200 to $300 , on payments of $5 to $10
BOGr.B & HILL.
And two-thirds of a lot , Chlcaeo street , between
12th and 13th ; rents for $300 a year. Price
$ lfiOO. BOGGS and HILL.
Houses and Lots.
New2- tory residence corner lot , choice loca
tion , 4 blocks from Fostoffice ; $3,500.
BOQ08 and HILL.
2 Houses and south J lot 1 , block 12 , on west
tide of 18th street , between California and Web-
rter streets ; $2,200
BOG OS and HILL
2-Story Brick House
With full lot , 2 blocks from new Court Hous * *
$2,150. BOGGS and HILL.
Lots 1 and 2 , block 230 $2,759
Lot5 , block 15 1,500
< Lot 2 , block 81 600
Lots 5 and C , block 252 1,200
South i Lota 1 and 2 , block 2C1 1,000
East J Lot 2 , block 121 2,500
West 1 Lot 2 , block 121 2,500
Lot S-block 227 \ 500
183 feet Lot 4 , block 205 S.OOO
BOGG3 and HILL.
EutLot7 , block 102 $ liCO
Tfett JLot8bIock W 1.10Q
TOddla-1" Lot 8 , block 102 1,409
s t * Lot 8block 103 2,000
Lot ( . block 259 - 600
art jScte. block wi. . . : , J. > o
* t % f bio * M
AT OMAHA , SAT. , JUNE 12
AN OVERWHELMING AND ABSOLUTE MONARCH
tiiumphant and pre-eminently grand. A perfect sei of canvas-crested temples flooded
Another Sun A Bswildering
Discovered. Brilliant ,
In the shallow of
ON EARTH. tvM-h all other
A .Perfect Panoply
and glimmer with
of Splenaor. an uncertain light
THE ONE GREAT SHOW OF THE WORLD \
W . "W" . COLIETS
Circus , Menagerie , Aquarium
AND CONGRESS OF LIVING WONDERS.
1 he Concentrated Marvels of Two Continents Embracing 11,000 Bare and Exclusive Feature * .
Positively t. e Grinde t Show on Earth : repm-entinir a cjclon.an array of the world's most choice
wonders , is one VAST OBJECT-TEACHING ACADAM5T.
W. W. COLE , hole Proprietor , who personally dictates each and every movement of thM rigantlo
mterpiise , a fact that is sumcient to tnarautee an entertainmet pure ard perfect to a degree so
minently distinct from the usual roullro of canvis exhititlons , that nnthU g objectionable or Indecorous -
decorous is ever discovered in this New = nd Tiuly Masivshow. . One hundred t annic Equestrian * ,
five funny Clown' , two hundred bea-Jtilul Horses , fife hundred Men , Wi < m-n and Children. Travels
only by- rail , using Hi own carj. Citly an 1 ccnreous Wardrobe * . Astounding effect ? .
30 Dens of Zoological Wonders 31
'rom tbe upper andlower seas. I hive alw secured , at an expensj cxcefdinc$20,000 for the tntm
TWO TOWERING GIANTS , CAPT. M. Y. BATES AND WIFE.
Each eight fset hih , iackinz only hilf an inch : combined weight , one hmU a ton. The mo t extra
ordinary people th t ever ejibted at aiv time in the world's history. $10,000 tiat they aie tne tall
est peoi'lo on earth. The greatest curios ties in ihr'stindom.
ANOTHER GREAT NOVELTY JUST SECURED ,
The Mammoth KansasOx , 6ft Higlv
THE LAKOE3T ON EABTH , 3100 Ibs. An Atlaitean Monster. Moet emphatically the lar.eit
specimen of the cattle species ever diicovettd. and beyond the possibility of a doubt moct-gitnat'o
brute ever bred on the American coutmeut. ? 5OM is offered fur a living eijuil in point of slz and
I have just added , ai special attraction ! f or 1330 , the
JBS1 AS UF.K5ENTU
And Six Famous Trick Stallions.
The most wonderful and best performing Stallions in the world. They waits in three couples. Th'y
march erect on their hind feet. T > ey s.t m Chiirs. They Drill like Soldier J. Tb y form tableaux.
AU perf orming together at one'and the same time. One jum jn over the backs of the others. They
8ee-s w upon a board. The r performances are astonis ling , and J ist as rep-e e ted on litbozraph *
and large bills In fact these equine wonde s perfo-m a number of incredir le evolutions ai d display
a dezreeof intelligence surpissmr anUhinir the orM h s ccr seen in t1 e tcr of animal education.
ENTIRELY NEW. FIRST AND FOREMO l1. _
AN IMPORTED PERFORMING- SPANISH BULL.
Introducing fie feiturea ota term ne bul'-flxht. and nuny otlie'astonistlng pe forminees.
. _ ,
A ROYAL O OKIENTAL rAUAUr. w.ll I e tl en iu the fo enooii , dis pLiyinsr t. emostuo jreous.Ulit-
rinff Galsxy ofGoIdei Glory ctcr witnessed on the continent , introducing mote Wild BettU ,
more Men , Women and Hoiecs , more Curiosities. Admisa on , 50c ; Children , 2-c. /
° PRINCE , VI
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE
DEVLIN & CO. , OF NEW YORK'
We are now prepared to take orders for the justly celebrated clothlngo
this house , which for Durability , Style and Cheapness are unsurpassed. We
have now on hand the beat selected stock of Clothing , Shirta , Furnish-nn
Goods , etc. in the city.
Boston Clothing House ,
Immense Stock for
' SPRING AND SUMMER
Men's Suits ,
For Men ,
Boys , and
Under-Wcar , Hats and Caps ,
Trunks and Valises , at
Prices ti > Suit AH.
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy
HARDWARE , , ,
- STAMPED IND JAPANNED WARE ,
TINNERS STOCK , SHEET IRON , TIN STOCK , ETC.
1317 & 1319 DOUGLAS STBEET ,
A t = r A
Positively no Goods SoVl ut Retail
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