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Omaha,' Thursday Morning, March 20, 1873.
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OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
llv .1. I'. FAIIWT.LL, Twilltli sllist. -lweu
Farnliain anil Doiulas. Hals and Caps,
gouts ii'l shoes, and Ourernini lit Cliittilmr.
UliAOY MrAIISI.ANP.Mtiiid .V Four
Knot atiid Hlioim.
lMIII.tr I. NO.IM Farnliam strwt.Mwcen
twin" KtaTrtilh lM7.y
w. Ni Vp'inrsKV lUit- '"Hi shoes, sw
WILLIAM KllUM.,ailei sheet ''''
POLAND A KLLtOTT. Cut. Lime. IV
mnt, Hair, etc. r Farnhim street.
FRANK IclMWAI.. .tr I" .W
Ttnlh and F.rnha.n. Lunches prepare. I to
J. A BOEDER. Druggist, mrner I2lh mm
Harne r treeta.
FIIEXCH MeKOOV. Fire and I Accident
niurance AgonU, iter the ro.t office.
Juntlce of Itae Feeere.
IOHN W. LYTLK. Justice l tin Peace.
)inc over First Natlon.il Hank.
Jeweler null Opllclitii.
j r svwvnit, n iiniii "J. Watches,
ci .ckM .iMi-y. -i-' "''" ""' ''"l '"""
HELL HANGING. i:ic. All-i j'haii Maw,
Z:WZ: O ,"VVr.Vtl cK.inolu.ylr...
n"rii. rtJfe luA .. hj...iIi V;r beast
J'.,n.rrr.,rii..i.uilllli -li. U-WJti
oMAII tn:.VM LVIISIMIY. Corner ot
"wU.llr.tJiii.rUirlHtwi. Order ,1 He l
Ciilllur'nlu 'Vim-limp my
l Kl-'llirrillt. N'i 2'M I'.iruhini street
IVilnl". Oil. mil Ulit.s.
URAOY A Mi'AIMLANIl. Ml.iml "., loiir
im kmiitiK. ueii '. ?' " :.,:, . .r . .
xmIh ttuwr .lBiiiiiifl"rT.
il. lli:i.MIll "' MIikthIiuiI ' t W.i-
,r. luilcr lnn.l..riiii-l IfcilH-l Wfl Meer.
4K.lt ll-t W".
OninliH Mtoiii'll .llaiuilHflurr,
No. Von rnrnhmii'trwl,.!. II. IMorco, liroprl
itor. Or.lor tukwi for htiiU. rn;H, Nmii",
iim niaklnii leltrat oneliluw.
WHY IS IT TH.VT
SIBO 3?".xx.lx.axx St.,
.Mflllltci Koolnnilat lower prli-rj 1luu any
oilier 7.rnlt..r.ltMlur In O.iwh i7 '"'''''
"in I'BACriUAIj MECHANIC, ii.l liui M
HEN 1" TO I'AY. If yon ! imt li'lli1"1 .
call ami Mmlne III Inrijo "I'm k of
-CTCJH.B5T ITUIl JgJ
Ltvo Ocese Foathcvs,
AND SATISFY TtOOlWKI.P.
1" " ! -Ml - '
ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
Something New Under tlio Sim I
arxECOND-IIANH CLOTHING liiilit and
sold, i leaned aud lepalred at I ho
139 FABNHAlIBT. (.oath Ue), bet, Oth and
10th, Four Doori West of 10th,
omaha, --- - Ni:n.
WllB,t A. MOIlltlS.
MRS. U. II. PALMER,
Fashionable Dress Cutter,
SuMrlor Hand ami
Mi'wimr Maclilun Needles,
Cotton Silk, Etc.
Auent for tMitiiU'a (llovc-utlln Cut l'aper
" .. .. (a... . f.. I .. !.. uiaa'
jeriiia rmuTiii mr iwi- i . '
and Ikiya' Garments.
Nlutii HI , Near I.enveiiwortli.
G-ISH & JACOBS',
THORUP ii J ESS EN'S
Keep oo hand a well assorte.1 and lime stock ol
Shirts. All kinds ul hhlrts made to order.
Great Induccnuuis ottered to retail dealers.
Saloon and Kostanrant,
00B. NINTH AND FA21SHAM BTS.,
11EI). WIKTH, - - I'roprlelori
CONCKUT nlveii by I'roL Sohroixler and the
new OIlCHKsVlHON, DAY and NIGHT.
M-Tlie Orchestrion Is one of the largest In
tbt world, aud pU) 7 of Ilia newest and liosl
(fcKnfi9A per day. Agents wanted I All
BtltUfMV chuws ol working ople, o
Mtbar tex, young r old, luako mom money al
work (or us lu tunlr spar. moineiiU, ur all tho
time, than at anythlm else. Address U
I'ltl'.MIUM -Ur WllllK". I'''" .
.Ill imuiil lliflr .rM.ralnl r m Una
iMi. J-,rtr-l pri-iiiliiiu .ktjijUiI ! I'R
t unt v i" I '.l l'.l". nii'l lott.iwnl -mile
V. ii y, l.iwi. in.lrw.ll.lil lr..:i lli lr.i I-.
T Ikl1 .. -l
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lt TMI.VITV DinKfTOHY.
UIIAMi lto.M. ARCH CHAPTi:il OF.
i.i.iii.rt-'R - .'i. r iriiu 111KU rriCTi, iioo-
iti 11. i.ivinmiDii, riiituinouiii ; r. Deputy 1
tirmiu iiikii 1 rii'si, lumrri v. rurnaf, iirown
rllli'i i:. llriii.il Klii(, Clmrlcs F. Onodniaii,
(M1111I111; II. liiiinil vrlln', A. II. HaMlnip, Lin
ciln , I'.. Mruii'l Tn-Kiirer, llmrne H. Oralf,
I!, (irmiil Setrelar. (r. 11. II. P.) Daniel II,
H'liirloi, l'lnt!mcmtli ; UrunJ Chaplain, Iter.
U,.i. AlcvaiuliT, Lliimln; Ornixl Uvlurrr. (r.
11. II. t.) Janid V. Moure, o).rjkH City;
Oraiiil C'uptnln ol the ilmt, It, O, llanna, Falls
Clly ! Oruinl I'rliirlpal Sojourner, Tims. A.
Croiuli, HrowtiTllle ; (iraml lloral Arch Cuplatn
J. I'. Ili-lnnl, Lincoln ;(lranil Master, 8d Vail.
John llnil, Nebraska City Umnd Master, 2d
Vall.W111.ll. Ilowen, Omaha; Grand Master,
1st vail, (iro. It, Tliiiiuinel, nrand Island ;
tlrand Mlewards, 8. ),. F. Ward, Iceinnseli ; (I,
Mi rerison, llellcviie; (Irnnd (Inanl It. O.Jeli
Ilmon.OinaliH. (IIIANI) COMMANtKHYr-Slr tlort W.
Furnas. HrownTlllc, It. K. Grand Conimander.
Mr 'llios. A. Crrlgli, llrownrllle, E. Ord. Ilcc.
OMAIIA-Capllol txlite, No. 3, A. F. A A.
M, meets erery Monday eienlng, Win, II.
COVF.lir LOIKIK, No. II, mtvts the j-ond
Wisliicaduy lu each nionlli I'.. W. blewnrt
lck Ilox III I.
HT. .tOIIN'rf M)t)0i:, No; V, meets the flrsl
and third Tlitirsdass 111 eadi nionlli. K. K.
I All the alioTe iHidlea meet In llu-lr hall, Cen
tnil lllo.k, Farnliain street, lietween 1-Hli and
OMAHA CHAITF.lt. No. 1. lloral Arcb
Masons, meets the Brat Tuesday In caili month
George F. Mayer, Secretary.
MOUNT CALVAHY COMMANIHtY, No. J,
KulgliU Templar, meets IncuuiUte the llrst
Thursday in each iiionlh, at Hie Asylum, nil
Farnliam slreel, In I'lonwr tllmk. Mrlliom
as Mwnlie, Iteenrder.
OMAHA COUNCIL, N.. 1, Itoyal and Srleit
Mvlers, inrvts thrtlist lrl.l.l) III MuilIi, Jllhu
rvplrinlxr, mid IlKvuilier. I". Meltne, lle
eordir I. O. O. F.
OUANI) KSCAMI'MBNTOK NI'.llltASKA.
III). A.CIIuj, M. W. Ilr.uil I'atrUrih; John
OhiiiIIii, M. i:. (1. II. I'.i W. , Wells, It. W.
.N W.; .I.1I111 Kvaus, It W !. muIIh-: IMI.O
Whwer, It. W. (I. Tre.is.j II. A. Wiikelleld,
II. W- (1. J. W.J S. J. Moixirlili, It. W. (1. llep.
tidites iiiivllii in Oni ilia at 0ld IMIiiits'
II ill, Central Illicit :
DM MIA LOlKii:, No. 'I. Mirls eiei' Fri
day evenlin:. V. M. Mmke), N. l IVler
Bi)er, 11. See'y.
IIIMI'IIIIIAN ENCAMI'MCNT, No. 2.-Mis-ts
llril an I Ihir.l lhurlar In e.uh luunlh.
T. F. Ililieuck, C. I'.; l'eter It ijor, Mrll.e.
Mtts esrry WnlnrsiUy. Ili-i'y U'lnnan,
N.(l.;.liiliiisTlilele, It. Ni'y
hTATF l..ll!i:, No. ii.--Mnlseery Mmi
duy evruln;;. 'I lmiin Keje., N II ', .1. A.
Tiukei, It. ?Hs.'y.
BEACON LOIMiE, No. 2. Mwla i-vrry
Tuesday evinlnj,'. A. Itiisuwiitrr, N. !. A.
.Meyer, It. Sue'y.
COVENANT DF.dllF.E LOIMIi:, No. I.
Meets (oiirlh 'llmrsday In each iimnlh. .Iniin
Erans, IJ. M.; .1. A. Tinker, tvc').
HUTU Itl'.nEKAII IiEOUEi: LOIMIE, No.
1. Mh'Is MHiiud Thurs.lay III each Iiionlh.
J. Evuns, N.O.; Mrs. 'J'. J. Slaly, heu'y.
UNION COAL AND MINING
OMi'i! Kast side liilli, hot. Douglas
MINElUIANIinEAI.F.USIN ALL.KINDS OF
A. D. MoAusland1
GunsIslrnVHnimuTrirJoft.-GrniTKo'iirto'nho WOTtnilslnS business,
Materials, Cutlery, and
211 DOUGLAS ST., Corner of 1 1th,
llepalriiiK iliiue promptly,
other aoals iiiadA to order.
Colfax County Nursery 1
Iicaledon Urn Union I'ui Hie Itailroad, ,0 miles
west o( Omaha. Over one hundred
lures In Tries, Vines, .Shrubs, Ae.
n'SEND FOR PRICE LISTVWh
Address ii, P. KIXXKV.
It'u2l-eoUUvr2m Niliuylcr, Aeli.
EW GROCERY STORV
.1111.1113 TIIK1TSCIIKK, Hi
Groceries & Provisions,
Cigars, Tobaccos, Grain and I'roduce, Toys,
0AS3, bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth tit,
IclHIl All goods dellie led nee.
MA). A. HILL & RU0.,
Groceries and Provisions,
. OUIIINQ it TWENTY-SEOOND 8TS.
LOW KENT I GOODS CHEAP II Orders
delUered Iree. Tho patronage o( Norlh
Omaha illlreus is resKitfiilly
Carpenter anil Bnildor,
TheU'st In market fur slreihjlli and conven
ience, l'lalnororuaiuculul. Warranted
loglto aitlslartlon. Call and
665 AND 607 THIRTEENTH STREET.
IF YOU ARE UOINU TO HUIL1),
HEATING & VENTILATING
W. A. l'ENNF.LUVres.
ISAAC 8MKAD, S.'c'y.
3. D. FISIIF.lt, Sup'l.
Oroigliton & Morgan,
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, &C
Fairbanks' Stftmlftrd Scales,
209 FARNHAU BTREET, 01IAHA, NEB"
Thr membon of President Qraut's
Cnbiiiet linvc tnken the ontli of al
legiance. Tlie country is therefore
ii .-.,; a.
Kouit Frcih nrrivah at the Kear
ney Junction hotels last Sunday, and
the proprietor:! talk serioii'ly of en
larging their accommodation in cons
The prospective Democratic candi
date for Mayor lian n very keen eye
to foiiHincw. He was therefore
promptly in attendance at tho Ger
man jollification at Turner Hall last
evening, measuring tho probable ef
fect of one hundred kegs of IJrcwcr
& Ueniis' celebrated lager, upon the
The Senate appears to bo extremely
cautious about the Caldwell business.
So far there has been much worded
buncombe on both sides without ar
riving at a definite decision. This
kind of filibustering can, however,
not bojcnntintied much longer, since
the "executive" business of that body
is very nearly disposed of.
Till' Central Nebraska iVw calls
the editor of the Omaha J'cpublican a
liar. There mtwt be some mistake
about this. His first name is George
Washington, and ho could not possi
bly pen a falsehood, for Professor
Fowler, after carefully examining all
the bumps on his er.iuium, declared
he was "old honesty and sincerity
Tin: success of the financial policy
of thi Thiers administration must
ever be logarded among the gie.itest
marvels of the prcent age. The con
lidfiuc which European capitalists
have evinced in the cipdit of the
Republic, notwithntaiididg the prov
erbial fickleness of the French people,
is the very best evidence that France
posscsMM resources, which even the
must devastating wars and bloody
revolutions cannot destroy.
And now come Louis V. Hogy,
Frank JJlair's virtuous successor to
Senatorial dignities and emoluments,
and demands the appointment of a
special Congressional smelling com
mittee, at the expense of tho nation,
to vindicate his character for purity
and integrity. Why cannot tho im
maculate Louis vindicate hU charac
ter at hi own expense, by commenc
ing a few libel suits against various
persons and paper.?
.The editor of tho Kearney Junc
tion Pros exhorts bis subscribers to
" If you cannot buy two pigs, wa.J
this Nebraska Franklin, "buy one;
and if you cannot purchase two cows,
buy one." Wc would add to this
formula: "If you cannot purchase
one cow buy a calf; and if you have
not money enough to invest in a
pieaninny, do purchao some spring
chickens, even if you havo to buy
them in the shell."
(Juit latest advices from Washing
ton, arc to tho effect that tho Collec
tor of the port of Raltimore has dis
patched a detachment of colored
troops, under command of a Bishop,
to lay siege to tho President with a
view of compelling him to surrender
the port aforesaid, into tho hands of
his present incumbent aforemen
tioned. Tho rcKrt says that the
colored troops opened tho fight with
prayer by tho Rishop. Whether the
President moans to capitulate wc
have as yet failed to learn. What we
do know is that the colored troops
The forty thousand Russians that
havo in the past two years occupied
so much of tho time and attention of
our Stuto "immigration Hureau, have
at last been heard from. One. of tho
forty thousand has positively made
up bis mind to como to Nebraska this
spring witli a view of instructing
Colonel Notowaro in tho Russian
dialect. Tho learned Russian is to bo
followed by ono of the most illustri
ous of the thirty thousand Hobrows
from Roumania, who will act as
State Interpreter of tho dead lan
guages for tho Colonel. This encour
aging intelligence comes to us by
underground cable, and may bo re
lied upon, unless contradicted at an
People who arc watching tho pro
gress of the great Modoc war farce
with any degree of anxiety, will, we
anticipate, derivo much consolation
in reading the following latest tele
graphic war bulletin :
"All is quiet at tho Modoc lava
bed. Tho military aio awaiting tho
action of tho new Peace Conimlssiop
Tho prospect is favorable. Tho
dians will como out ami have another
talk, but if not, tho soldiers will pio
cced to attack immediately,"
What surprises in is that another
of Captain Jack's numerous squaw
contrabands has not yet mado her ap
pearance with an urgent request for
soino short-cut or pigtail. Wo hope
our readers will jwsn'ss their "soles"
in patience until to-morrow, when
tho telegraph will furnish its tho
phonographic report of another big
talk with the big injlins of the Mo
doc pursuaslon. Ugh I
Bpa -tally rep-ntt-d for Th Omaha lilt, by tL
All mile and I'aclflc Telegraph Corapnny.
KXTItA SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATURE TO HE
MEETING OF UNIVERSITY RE
ritlal Telegram to the IIkk.
Lincoln, March 19.
The University Regents held a
session yesterday, and decided to
make a requisition on tho Treasurer
for tho $1(5,000 due tho University.
They also agreed to advertise for bids
for a new foundation under the
University building. Only apportion
of tho foundation walls, however, aic
to be rebuilt this spring.
ShcI.i1 to tho DM..
Lincoln, March 1!).
Thu Governor will call an extra
session of the Legislature in it few
days, for the purpose of rectifying
several serious errors that have
been discovered in tho laws passed
concerning the boundaries of different
counties. He will also include in his
call the subject of the Omaha City
Washington, March I'.i.
The President has commuted the
sentence of O'Urien, who was to have
been hung on the 28th, to imprison
ment for life. It is understood it
was done at tho solicitation of Gen.
Rutler. Tho murder committed by
O'liricn wasono of the most criminal
and cold blooded ever known, ami
this act of the President's creates
New Yoiik, March 19.
Foster still maintains comtwsure
aud self-possession as the day lor the
execution 0 his sentence draws near.
His wife calls daily. Dr. Tyng is al
most a daily visitor also.
Yesterday a largo seizure of
smuggled silks was made by the Cus
tom House authorities, being found
concealed in packages of sugar sam
ples, which are free from duty. The
packages were directed to a Wall
oiruui. Hiigur iuiM)ricr.
Tho challenge recently made by
Georgo Drown, champion of Halifax,
N. S., to row with Joseph II. Sadler,
champion of England, or any man in
tho world, in a single scull race, has
been tftken up with but little delay,
and on thlssiika2f the Atlantic, Ilcrn
ard Biglin acceptiiTg-lUa-clia!Jenge
tor his brother John, inc race is to
bo for 1,000 a side, a distance of
five or six miles, and to bo rowed iu
Connecticut, or at Springfield, Mass..
on tho same course Paris and Ward
Crews rowed over.
The Herald's Washington special
says that whilo Caldwell hangs by
tho hair of a quibblo over a prcce
pice of infamy, Powell Clayton shel
ters himself behind a rampart major
ity report, and Rogy asserts upon his
honor that his skirts aro spotless, and
suspends his Senatorial functions,
depending upon inquiry and acquit
tal by his peers.
New Yoiik, March 19.
The Foster case was submitted to
Gov. Dix yesterday, and this forenoon
he announced his fixed intention not
to interfere with tho courso of jus
tice, and refused to grant the com
mutation of tho sentence asked for
Foster. Under theso circumstances
tho execution will certainly take
place on Friday, tho twenty-first.
New Youk, Marcn 19.
A steam-pipo burst in tho engine
room of Dunbar & Jackson's planing
mill. Fourth avenue, and considera
ble excitement was created by the
rush of steam, and tho cries of those
inside the building. Georgo Taylor,
the engineer, and his two sons, aged
10 and 18, were badly burnt. The
damage to tho building is slight.
New York, March 19.
The Communist Society celebrated
tho second anniversary of tho Paris
social revolution by a banquet aud
ball last night, l'ivo hundred per
sons wcro present.
Roston, March 19.
Caritain Tower, tho well known
marine diver, having volunteered to
go to a placoofl Doxbury, whero tho
steam yacht Graco Irwin went down
Sunday, Collector Russell tendered
him tho use of a government tug for
that tmrpozc. Captain Tower
left tliis morning mid hopes
to recover tho bodien of ex-Mayor
Ritchie, and others who aro
supposed to havo gone down with
tho vessel. Nothing whatever from
the Graco Irwin has yet washed
ashore. The inhabitants on the coast
where the vessel sank express tho
opinion that had thcro been life-lioat
stations on tho coast, tho lives of
tho-o on board would havo been
St. Louis, March 19.
Tho striko on tho St. Louis, Kansas
City and Northern railroad still con
tinues. Trains have been stopped at
different points to-day mill tho strik
ers seem determined to suspend tho
operation of tho road. Armed po
lice from this city aro at various
nlaccs alone tho lino but thov are not
strong enough to prevent tho mob
from at least partially carrying out
their designs. Tho military have
not been ordered out, as reported hut
night. Somo trains moved from
Moberly to-day under guard of
HnooKLYN, Maich 19.
A desperate nliray occurred between
some truck drivers last evening, one
man being almost murdered with a
cart rung. Win. Wheeler, a truck
man, was driving his truck along
the Hamilton avenue railroad track,
and when near Peck street, two other
truckmen, William and Thomas Gil
Ian, droe up behind and ordered
1 it in to turn aside and let them go
past. Wheeler said he could not,
owing to the number of vehicles on
the sides. Tim brother-, thereupon,
seized it cart-rung apiece from their
trucks, and commenced to beat
Wheeler on the head in a horrible
manner, factoring his skull. Whdclcr
will probably die. Tho assailants arc
Fiiankfoiit.Ky., March 19.
The destruction of property by the
fire at Lawreuceburg on Saturday
night, last, is larger than it was at
first reported. It is said that sixty
buildings were destroyed. Tho flno
Court House and the Christian
Church were saved. Nearly all tho
urovisions in tho villains were burned.
Frankfort has subscribed $2,000 for
tho relief of tho sufTercrs, and tho
legislature will probably appropriate
$10,000 for tho same purpose.
Lexington, Ky., March 19.
The Kentucky Statesman (jiows'
paper) announces its suspension to
day, as does also tho Observer and
Reporter, thus diminishing tho news
paper press of Lexington to tho daily
Press and Gazette. The Statesman,
however, announces a meeting ol
the Republicans of Lexington to be
held on Fiidity next, when a plan
will bo submitted forthc continuance
of the Statesman, or the starting of
another one of similar tone.
Louislvii.E, March 19.
Dispatches received here from New
Orleans announco the suspension of
tho Crescent City Rank of Sow
MAUftKTS UV TKL.KUHAl'11.
ClilinKi, I'rmliire Mnrliet.
Chicago, March 19.
Wheat Firm and unsettled ; cash,
I 20 INS ; April, 1 20 7-8 ; May, 1 21J ;
No. !l, 1 09 ; rejected, 92c bid ; no
Corn Firm; cash, ill ",- ; April,
:llc; May, .(!, c; June, H7 1-lc.
(ats Steady ; cash, 20 l-4c; April,
2i5:t.c; May, 29 Jo: Juue,:i0 Me.
Rye (He bid.
Uarloy Strong; No. 2, 7:!7(5e;
No. !1, lilG:ic; rejected, a8-IOc.
Higliwines Finn at 87c.
Pork Steady and fairly active at
14(i.r)14 70; April, 14 70; May,
14 8.r)14 90; June, l.'i 10.
Lard Steady; cash, 7; ; April,
7 9-10c; May, 8o; June, 8 1-lc.
Me iv tnrk I'roduce Dlmltct.
New Youk, March 19.
Flour Fairly active; steady at
l! 90(T;7 20.
Wheat Retter; good milling in
demand at UG(7,fi(5 1-2 for good No. 2,
ailoat. Choice held at l8. No. It,
Corn Held at 00 1.2c; "tore at
G5 1-2, afloat, for old.
Oats Steady at OS.
Whisky Lower, and iu moderate
demand ; sales nt 929:. Closing at
1'IelgUW-l.CM ?.V'J l-.'C bill.
Pork Firm, and salable at W)1S
1-4 for small lots.
Lard Firm; hold nt 8 M07 1 8c.
Dressed Hogs Scarce and stiong,
at 0 3 47.
James Platz & Brother,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
JU7 DOUGLAS STItEKT,
All kinds of foreign and domestic fiuits, green
wgetahle, fresh lish, butler and ct'gs. All ol
der promptly tilled.
SOFT H-WEaT CONNER OK HAUNEY AND
1HY UO.VRU $4.00
TRANSIENT, per day, 1.00
mnrlVT! MICHAEL.!. MAHONEV, Piop.
Burlington & Missouri River
R, R, in Nebraska,
To take effect Monday, March 10, 1873. i
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, C.ll "
, C:ll '
. u.ol '
. MH '
. B..V7 "
. !.:' a. in,
Kearney Juml'ii.. S.lo "
Tralos Eatweea Omaha and FlatUmoutlil Z
Le.iveaud nrrlieai follows:
I .cue l:3n p. iii.
Iae 12-23 "
Airlre ll:Mla. in,
Arrlir HW "
Arrive.., 4.17 p. in.
Arrlie x oo "
lave 10 loa. in
Le.ne 7.00 "
, c.ll a. m.
. 3.J7 "
. 5: U "
N. II. The lime given above Is that of
Omaha, uud is CJ mluutea slower than that ot
Chliago. C. F. MORSE. Supt.
U. O. MANCHEirtP., Um. Ticket Ajt.
SERIOUS RIOT RETWEEN ENG
LISHMEN' AND IKI-rll-MEN.
London, March 19.
Gladstone and Ills cabinet col
leagues were in consultation four
hours yesterday. Nothing yet as to
A serious riot between Englislimon
and Irishmen occurred at Wolvert
hampton, near Rirmiugham yester
day. At least three thousand persons
were engaged in the conflict. Firo
arms and knives were freely used.
There was much bloodshed, though
eases of fatal injury aro reported.
Glandstono proceeded to Windsor
to-day and submitted to the Queen
the names of the incoming cabinet.
Pa ins, March 19.
The Assembly this afternoon rati
fied, without a dissenting voice, the
treatty signed Saturday last between
Thiers and Count Von Arniiu, Gor
man Ambassador, providing for pay
ment of tho war indemnity, and the
evacuation of French tcrritorv.
ST..Pi:rr.ui3iiUii(t, March 19.
Jas. L. Orr, Minister of the United
States to Russia, was ieeciod by the
Car to-dry, anil presented his" cre
dentials. Panama, March 19.
The practicability of n ship canal
through Nicaraguu has been settled
by the labors ot tho present United
States surveying party.
Montreal, March 19.
At the fuo at the St. James Hotel
yesterday, .Mary liranuiii died ef
siiiTocatiou. Hildcck, who fell from
tho window, died this morning. Two
other arc suilering from dangerous
injuries. Losses about $20,000.
Washing ion, March 19.
The Senate confirmed Sawyer as
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury.
Gov. McCook having declined re
appointment to the Governorship of
Colorado Territory, tho President
will send to the Senate tc name of
S. 11. Elicit, of that Territory, as his
successor, to take effect on the 17th
of April, the expiration of MeCook's
Among the nominations to-day
were Samuel II. Ebert, Governor of
Colorado, vice McCook, resigned.
Washington, March 19.
Senate The Caldwell ctse was
Mr. Conkling said Mr. Caldwell
was legally elected, and he could not
vote to pronounce tho seat vacant.
Mr. Conkling gavo way for an ex
ecutive session, when the Senate ad
New York March 19.
A special from Huston says Judge
Shipley refused to grant a injunction
to prevent foreclosure by bond holds
era in the cuso of Boston, Hartford
and F.cie Railroads. It is stated
that three prominent employees of
the Erie Railway hac been .'iiyended
until investigation is made of Utflr
reconncctiou with the former man
At a meeting of thu Republican
Central Committeo last evening, le-
marks wcremauc by prominent mem
bers to the effect that Mayoc Have
mover was not to bo regarded as a
The Council of Political Reform
last evening passed resolutions
agains' tho proposed now charter.
Chicago, March 19.
Tho Tribune's commercial article
of Thursday will state that receivers
of grain here are disposed, unless re
lief from tho present State inspection
be devised by tho Legislature, to
take the matter into their own hands
and appoint their own inspector, and
nay the charges for such inspections.
That they claim tho right to do, aud
the charge will bo welcomed by the
Hoard of Trade and tho warehouse
A violent miow storm has raged
this evening, an inch having failed at
San Francisco, March 19.
Company A, Fourth Artillery, aro
ordered from this city to tho seat of
the Modoc war, and will march
Tho Constitution arrived from
Panama this afternoon. All well.
About ii vo hundred tioops arc in
the field at tho present time, await
ing orders. Canby's plan seems to
bo to surround tho lava beds uud
starve tho Modocs. For that pur
pose, four posts aio to bo established
on tho outskirts of tho lava section
and tho shores of Tulo Lake.
St. Joe, March 19.
A collision occurred early this
morning about two miles east of this
city on tho Hannibal & St. Joo Rail
road, between two Irclgut trains.
Tho engineer aud fireman of the
westward bound train, Joseph Proc
tor and Frank Dye, wero killed, and
brnkeman Peter Daly sllglitly in
jured. Tho engineer and rWoman of
tho other trair jumped and escaped
Trains aro running on this end of
tho Kansas City road, the strikers
having been quieted.
Nl. I.iiuU I'rmliu-o Mnrki'l.
Sr. Louis, March 19.
-No. 2, 32 on east track;
3 1(3)841 in elevator.
Oats Quiet; No. 2 2027 on east
tuck ; 27. 23 iu elevator.
Pork Easier at 15 7510 00.
Hogs No market.
Cattle Firm ; fair to extra -1(30.
Flour Steady and unchanged.
Wheat Firmer; No. 2 spring,
1 '22; do soft Iowa, 1 a.r, seller April;
No. 3 fall, 1 7: No. 2 do, 1 90. seller
DR. FRED. SAXENBERGER,
llnmojpathlc Physician, Surgeon nml
Office on 13th it., bet. Jackson aud Jones its.
Solicits patronage, and will rUp prompt at
tendance on all profes.lonal calls, r-iK-c l.ill j- In
women and children diseases. octldtf
DR, EMLBN LEWIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ornt K Southe.nl curlier of Douglas and
Okkick lUl'iH-.S to lu A. ,, 2 to 4 p. !.,
and after . M. Light and uiglit Ml at tho
Qfficp ilimr. fcUMI
Drs. McUufllii & Fowler,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OfUccopposltn Grand Central Hotel,
FAHNHAM STItEET, OMAHA.
Special attention paid to Chronic dleseases
diseases nt the eye ami ear, and those pisMillar
to females. An entirely successful mode, ol
treatment for Luiigdlseases. CoiisulUitlun free
Dr. A. F. Rudelius
Has opened a dispensary at
511 I'OUilTEKKTII hTItEET, three door
North of Post Office,
For the treatment of all diseases. Particular
attention glrcn lu obsletrira and all sexual and
private diseases, whether male or female. The
Doctor can I consulted at alt horns, either day
or night. July2'Jlf
J. J. HUNT, M. D.,
OFFICK-200 Harney ,sl., Rotwivn
Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Special nllenlloii paid to Chronla Discuses,
hi all I'rhatc Disia.es, and llmo peiullar to
An enllii'ly succeaslill
treat I He nt fin Lung
Dispenses Ills own nicdcliies, and liosldcs
regular practice, makeaaiieeLilltlei of Dcriiige
incuts and Discuses Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, lllcs and other Diseases of tho Rectum.
Okkick and Resilience, Corner Farnh nil and
I llli Streets, first door In the right, up stairs,
Omaha, Neli. Address Lock Hoc 'Jill.
L.F. Babcock, M. D.
Sp.sl.il intuition KOfli to
OFI'ICEOfcr Omaha National Hank.
Residence on Cass street betweeu 13th an
lfith. P. O. Luck llox W. JyUdlf
Drs. Charles & Paul,
Office over nj, Farnliam street, lietwern 1.1th
and Ulli, Omaha. Drs. C. A P. are the oldest
practlslut; Dentists In (lie city. Jau'2dAmf
U. P. K. K. Drug Store,
G0R. SIXTEENTH it WEB3TER ST3.
NiiTirKiiiTiuc Wuiminii Ci.tNSi:s. W. E.
EDWARDS, M. 1 1.. VIUIM Emh.anii, solicits
)uur patronage, Hu dispenses his on medi
cines, uud hesldiH legular praclho makes the
treatment of derangements unit diseases pecu
liar to women audi hlldicnu riicclalty.
I'lOjiClill'TloNs accurately prepaied at all
hours. Light, mid night hell al sldu dour, on
N. II. Farmers and otbcis from tho country
bavk riuic uy learlng )onr ohukus as yuu u
W. J. CONNELL,
District Attorney for Srcoml Jud
OFFICE East side of Twelfth, Inlwenu liar
uev uiid llowaid sheets.
E. EbTAIIROOK. W. M. FltANCIS
Estabrook & Francis,
5peci.il attention given lu Cuurt Practice,
Fourteeulli and Douglas ids
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICFNO. 2, VISsCHER'S 1ILOCIC,
mat 81 f
ii. W. AMBItOSJ,
Attoz-noy - ,t - Xjvc7cr,
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE,
OMAHA, - NF.II
Omaha Steam Heat
HAS rriTIXd ii FIXTURES,
Wrought Iron, Plpo Fitting, Trim,
in lug, &c.
Also a largo assorlmo
Steam Pomps, Lift and Force Fnmpi, Wash-
itanda, Water Oloaeb, Bath Tabs and
Shower Batha pat np in the most
Plumbers' nml (Ins Fitters Mali-rial
nlwaj's ou .iiinti.
I)oiigla St., Under Hamilton House
MRS. C. M. LOGAN, Ageut for
The Woman's Tea Company
A largoaupply for the rapidly lurnaslucilo.
maud at Mrs. ATKKINhON'S.inr. Seventeenth,
si. and Canllol av., and Mrs. LOU AN S, cur.
Cass and Eighteenth .U. fli2.ti
The "Victor" S.M.Co.'s
NEW SEWING MAl'HI.SK
Runs very Easy,
Runs very Fast,
Runs ory Still.
Hal a New Shuttle Superior to all 0tber.
(heat hiipriMPiiients lu Noodle.
Cannot he Set Wroiijr.
Address THE "VICl'Oll" S. M. CO.
No. Ill Tenth stint.
Four doors west ot llio.idway,N. '.
New Haven Organ Co
Manufacture tho Celebrated 'v
Jubilee and Temple
These Organs are unsurpassed in quality ul
lone, at) lo of finish, simplicity of construc
tion, and durability.
Also, MCl.ODrON'.j lu various stylo, aud
unequalled iu tone,
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
AddlessNEW HAVEN ORGAN CO..
New lluieii, Conn.
,gents wanted. leUI-aiu
Millions of Acres !
Comprlsini; ninny of the
MKST PliAlllll!. LANDS
Iowa and Nebraska,
AMI I Oil S 11 K II Y TltK
Iturlliijrloti & Missouri RhorR. R.
OX TEX YEARS' CREDIT, AT SIX
No part of Prlnrlpll due fur two jcaisfium
piinhaso, mid ufteru aids only one-uliitli) earl).
PhhIiii Is Hill pay fur laud and iuipiiittiuculN
Tin1 l'lleisul theso lands are low, IiiukIiii;
Kcncutlly III lima, Inuu S In $11! per neie, mid
III Neln.iska hum f I tu (12 per an e, nilh Mime
hss and some muie.
They nry luiiiidlui? In soil, luinllon, water
supnly, tliiihei, and oilier iidMintaecs, In pie-iIm-Iv
thu Kamu maimer as itunl hi r 1 irds.
All theso peciillailtles ul eiery lot ntl'cred
foi sale, m.i) 1st li allied nt tho iilluo ul the
laiud Commissioner, or ul tiny ul the local
agents uloiu; the line; but einyniau Mill, ol
luiirse. examine III person the hind Im expects
lu culliiatc, and the luuillti u here Is In Ui his
future home, and for I his ei try fuiillh Is
Those IoH.t mid Nebraska Lauds
Ale not exceeded tu fertility, IsMtity, und all
ultraillousainl advantages ul hxallly and soli
whiih urui'ssinllal in tho estliustlun ol farm
eis, by any rigiou lu the world; whllu trade,
mauulaitures, arts, science, and all tho attend
ants of icliueiiieiit nud luxury, which culm
prlMM.ui Introduce! and limit maintain, are
iullciw lug rapidly the inirdi nl lettlemenl.
'ihiillallruiul lauds already sold lime liecii
Mondcrlully Improved, and tho liicuasu iu
their Milne is lare, lu many cases nlmo.t In
credible. .Much equally pood land remains unsold, and
can he purchased al low rales, uu thu sauin easy
lei ins ol payment and with equally good pro
pei Is ul steady aud large. Inireaso lu value.
TERMS OP SALE.
'1 lie purchaser pays at the outset, una year's
luleiistal six per cent, uu Iho iilucw,( Ids
laud; at thu end ul a ycur ho iniikis aiiutber
Hlnill.tr payment n bix per tent, uulj-f
At Iho end uf thosisoud yiar by makes pay
ment id one-nlnlli part of tho principal of the
pun basil money nud una Jem's lull rest ul sic
perivul.uii Ilia leiiuluder, aud Iho sjiiim nl
Ihrt end of cmcIi siuvmsive )car tlieie.illi I, un
til all lias Ins n paid.
If he chooses to pay cash down, or oiic-thlid
cash and the lialanca lu ono nud two Jesrs,
with interest at ten per cent, annually, ho Is
allowed un outright discount ol '20 per cent, or
one-llllh from tho ten year price of the laud.
lUS-Roller ternia than llieao have never beem
ollerod. anclnrabahty VttGTViiU. -
- mnies wuopurciiasoiurcasii iceclvo a ttt
lllicatoof Punhase, and a Warranty Deed as
tool at It can Im executed.
If iiurcliUHcsl either on Short Creditor Loug
Credit, a Contract or a Hand fur a Deed la eio
(iitisl, and, so soon as alt the piymenls aio
made, n Warranty Deed, (nelruni any inriiui
br.uice, is glien, preclsi Iv as lu the case of
lands purchased for cash clown.
So abstract of tltlo is necessary, as It Is well
known that the lauds weiu graiitisl dlreilly to
the ralliuad company by thu United Stales.
Containing full and reliable lufiirmatliin con
cerning thesu lands, tho region iu which they
are situated, towns, schools, .oil, tlimate, pro
ducts, stock, markets, railroads, etc., arc lur
sSkju ron tiikm.
Eiery Individual who has any Idea nl seek
ing ii home In thu far West should secure a lupy
without delay, and read It through carefully,
It will bo the best preparation ho can have.
On n largo scale, showing tho exact location
all our lauds In Iowa, furulshcUfor .Mient
each, nndaliullir mips uf our Tunis hi N
braska at Iho samo price.
Apply to or address
GEORGE S. HARRIS,
AtllUItHNOTON. IOWA, fur Iowa lamils.
At LINCOLN, NEfl., ftr Nebraska Ijtids.
Seeds, Plants, Trees,
Mv new priced Deserlpllio Calabijue n
Cliohol'luwiriiuil Garden hecsls. '23 sorts of
illlicrlnr SI. New aud thulie Mirlolles uf
Ul HlllflllllS llf.l.n 11 .,., t.tn . .!.
complete assortment In Iho country, will I
sent gratia to any plain address, with P.O.
Imix, '1 ho truo Ciihi Cud Craulierry fur upland
nrlnn and, J per i.Ooo; St pur 100; prepaid
byinall. 'lrado list todealeis. Seeds on Com
mlssliin. Agents wanted.
R. M. WATSON, Old Colony Nur
series nud Seed Warchouso, Ply
mouth, Mass. Established 1812.
gGoddard Bros. & Co.,S
wSTOVES, PJJRXACES, RAXdES,,
And Manufacturers of
WIRE WORK I
And Job Woik promptly attendod lu,
JOHN II. GttEEN,
i run uiui ornamental Trees, Hhrul.s, llver
greena, l!p.;s, Graiics, Lllllos, Small Fruits,
lluusu nud llordcr Plants and liiilhs : nun yesr
graftisl Fruit Trees for niiilfliiL.. I.v.ili ki, c.
URAIX. FLOUR AXI 1'CKI),
COMM 1 S S I O N M E RO II A N T,
(Cor. Mulli ai, J Jackauu Hta
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