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iHIE DAILY BEE.
1 EDWARD JUHEWATER,
i;,Htoi- oiul I'liip'r.
itlUf, 1 is Famliim ft . U t. Ninth nul Truth
Jneeiipy.unuyearlnnthauM., 7 00
i six months ' 3 7B
' week " IS
One copy, line year, In advitici,... .
" six mouths, ' .
" three " "
Omaha, Tuesday Morning, April 15, 1873.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
A lirllon (limits,
Ity .1 P. FARWELL, Twetllh street. 1
lawn 1'iirnhain and Doughs. llaU nni! Cap',
tiools nuil Shot s, and Oovcrnmciit Clothing.
I lil7-l y
III! ADV A MeAUHLAND. TO and M. Four
ItttOtl, Utltl NI.OI'K.
ritlMI' t.VNO, K0 Fiirnh mi street, lictwccn
Truth an I Eleventh. Id.lly
II. I.. LATEY, corner Twelfth ", ''",f '
streets, Mamilacturcr ami Whulesilo Dealer lit
Candles nut Confectionery. Country trade
i KM.lt) rr. Cial, Lime,
131 r.irninm street.
UNION GOAL AND MINING
OIHcts East Nttlo 13th, bcf. Douglas
MINEIKANDDEALERSIN ALL KINDS 01'
The news of the Atlantic disaster
reached Council Bluffs Saturday, and
created considerable excitement in
the neighborhood of the ox-bow cor
ners of Broadway.
Specially reported for Thi Omaha Rei, by the
Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company.)
Tlio Advent of Spring.
KIIANIC U MrDONALD, dealer In Confec
tionery, l-'rult, Uroccrlraaml Poultry. Unwt
T, nil, nnd Farnhim. Lunches prepared to or-
Art for travellers
.!. A llor.I'Klt. Druggist, corner
F RENCH A JttjKuUN. Vlt anU Accident
nsiimnce Agent, over thoTnst otflie.
JiiKttte of tliu Fenc-fi,
JOHN .W. LYri.E. Juslltu of thu Pcato.
Olflco over Vtatt .atlonal Hank.
j(wUc( anil Optlclnu.
I V. SAWVCIl, 2JI Rjuills t. Watches,
Chick", Jewel . i SiijcUiIm, nn 1 Eye-glasses.
HELL II ANCIINO, r.tc. Allen A Chandcfosse,
lJkVt lths. ttoll Hangers, M-ch Inlstsand Kcu
iwlj.ll "rs. (lucuiia Pistols cleaned au.r re
paired. Safe looks a specialty. N.irlh.-Kil
it.rncr Fariiiuni and 11th sis. leblSly
OMAHA STEAM LAUNDRY. Corner ot
lwcnty-flrstandliuird streets. Order .late at
California 'Vine Company.
M. ELUUTTEH. No. 200 Faruham street
l'alitta, OH nml CUrtss.
HP.ARY A McAIJSLAND, IM.1 and !U3, Four
leenlh street. Ui0"
Ilti:.MIUM HOAl' WOUKS. I'owjll
p-. .!?. niL,r'!V.,,,i" ".'lj!r.,.lj:.ilL?mf;
Noda Water Rlnniitacttirrrsi.
t. III'.IMHOI) A CO., Mineral and So-taWa-tr.
Dealer In Cider and llottlcd Weiss Heer.
xkW llox W7.
Omaha Stencil niatiuraetom
No. 200 1'arnhara street, J. II. Pierce, prnprl
,tor. Orders taken for Beats. Presses, htamps,
Haaio and Key Checks, ritenclls cut with
dies making a letter at one blow.
CLAltK & FRENCH,
ALL 0BDERS TBOM THE COUNTRY
Tho chains which bound our pralrlc streams
have yleUe.1 one by one,
Ilcforc the nll-pcrvadlng search of spring s re
turning sun: ., ,
8o tho fickle nddefi Kashlon, eter on tho wlnji,
Still piles her lmy arts 'galiMt each returning
As Christmas' patron saint took his aliodo with
""nee, . . ..... .
go now tho nod Icsi Kiuhton goes right there at
Tor s It known that there's tho placo to get
tho styles fur sprlntt, ... .
Which alt unlto In saying are lust about tho
Now, gents, who seek thoouter man to crowu
with graceful eae,
Dunce has the hats to do It they cannot 111 to
plcaso; . .. ,
And If yhur lulls seedy, nd you can't (lord
Iluneo will Ox it up so for a time 'twill do.
New York Hat Store, 2M Dmiglas St., Iwtween
rourtecnth and Kllteenth.
Spotted Narativk has heard
from the Modotw, and will, wo un
derstand, have- to postpone his annual
hunt until Captain Jack is disposed
FonsnY. is tolling Pennsylvania
emigrants what ho knowsabout Texas.
If ho would tell tltcm just how much
ho is personally Interested . in the
Texas Pacific, tho information might
be of more valuo.
Groceries & Provisions,
Cigars, Tobaccos, drain and Produce, Toys,
0AB8, bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth its.
There is one spot on the Ameri
can continent so hot just now, that
Old Probabilities has no thermometer
to indicate tho temperature. That
snot is located around and about tho
lava beds of Oregon.
Boston Charlie, Bogus Charlie,
and Scar-faced Charlie, Captain Jack's
lieutenants, are not twins. Neither
do they hail from tho American Hub,
although they have acted as spokes
men In tho bogua peace negotiations.
THE MOST SEVERE MEASURES
TO BE ADOPTED AGAINST
As will bo seen by our cablo ad
vices from Berlin, Prussia proposes
to reconstruct tho upper chambers of
her "Diet" at an early day. This, wo
presume, is becauso that "Diet" docs
All goods delivered tree.
Why do People go Almost Naked, when they
can get Olothei for Nothing 7
Bargains lit SccoiuMiaiid Clothing !
A. MORRIS, Western Second-hand Clothing
Store, 189 Karnliam St., has Just received a
.i.in.ii.iiiri,iieiiLiif Sifund-hand ClothliiK.
from Ban Francisco, which ho Is prepared to
sell cheaper than tho clieaiml. Olve him a
call If you want a bargain. apl-lm
with tho health of Bis-
Berlin, April 14.
It is stated that the Prussian Lib
erals In Landtag, intend shortly to
introduce in that body, a bill looking
to a thorough reform in tho upper
house. It is thought this movement
has some connection with the late
revelations in the Stato railway
Washington, April 14.
By a general order issued to-day
from tho war Department, Col. J. 0.
Davis is appointed to tho command
of tho Department of Columbia, vice
Gen. E. It. S. Canby, killed by the
A Specialty Mntlo of Crank Awnings.
lly HK.VJAM1N B. JONKM,
uiarlt-tf -?s Furnham St.
WHY IS IT THAT
23Q 2T,.xxx1a..x3L &t.,
tMUlxMtei Riiolsnnd at lower prices than any
ol ier tin .mil o uoaicr ni wmjii i .""v""
Is a PRACTICAL MECHANIC, and has NO
RENT TO PAY. If ym do not Ipcllevo It,
cull and otam'iia his Lirge stock of
-ppTT3H.3ST ITTJIl pT
Livo Oeeso Feathers,
AND SATISFY YOUKriEI.F.
Fiumviv A: .inssi'..N.s
XS30 3J,.x-axla.vxxi. fit.
Keep on hinl a well assortcland lsrgo stock ol
Shirts. All kin Is of Shirts mado In order.
UroatlndutcmonUolljroa to rot ill dealers.
ALLEN & CHAUDEFOSSE,
uu uiul " Locksmiths,
Stationary Engines, rrlntliiir and
Stamping Presses, and Ma- .
SEWINd MACHINES REPAIRED.
STEEL TOOLS AND STAMPS
MAUI. 1U uiilir.il
Awnlucs Manufactured and Repaired, Farming
Implements Repaired, Truuksaud
NAPE LOCKS A HFKCIAI.TV.
Jobbing ol sll kinds neatly executed at mod
erate prloo. Call aud seo them at their new
141 Xx-XB.la..tx. St..
Bet. 9th and 10th, opposite Rek Office.
Colfax County Nurserv
Located on tho Union TarlUc Railroad, 78 miles
ct of Omaha. Over one hundred
acres In Tiec-s, Vines, Shrubs, Ac.
w-SEND FOR PRICE LI8T.-
The departure of Thomas Ficm
Inr?. Marshal of tho Now Orleans
fire department, on a pleasure tour
for Ireland, is noticed by a Now Or
leans contemporary as follows:
Among the ship stores were twenty
fivo gallons of something stronger
than water, which, in all probability,
the excise man will never smell, taste,
or charge with duty. Tho voyago
will consume seventeen days and all
North Platte, April 12.
Eeitor Bee :
Both tho Bee and Rejmbliam kA&
tho other morning that snow plows
were In operation in our place. I
write to sav that vou are both mis
taken. Wo don't uso that sort of
Slows In this Eden of Nebraska.
ur plows are mainly manufactured
by the Nebraska Plow Factory, and
aro used exclusively for farming pur
poses. Wo have had a great deal of
plowing, but it has been of the earth
ly sort. There has not been snow
enough to last twenty-four hours
hero this winter. Yours, etc.,
U. P. KIXXKY,
Crockery, China, and Olass Ware,
Will bo sold CHEAP, at I'RKMKR'S OLD
STAND, 'ill FARSIIAM ST., commencing
IWCx'olx CO, 187B.I
lldiliiess Is meant, ns It Is th deslro to sell
clean tho Iunkrupthtock. to make mom lor a
now and complete; lino of goods pertaining to
this branch of huslueis. ..,,.,
inatiiO-tf JOEI.T. URIIFIN.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
MRS. JOSEPHINE KOCH has removeil her
stock id Millinery tlood to No. BJJ l-iltceulh
Inwt, lietwucn Douglas and Dodgo, where slio
will bo happy to servo her numerous customers
with an elegant, aoloctand uow stock olHirlng
(loods, lust rxv&. martRI
PREUERICK 1) ELLON K,
Carpenter and Builder,
The Iwst In market for slrength and conTen-
lence. Plain or ornamental. Warrauted
- , to give sitlsfaetlon. Call and
eaaintne, at "
66S AND 667 THIRTEEiTH BTREET.
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE
Willi all modern Improvements. A HOOD
IIARN attached to the premises. Corner Cali
fornia and Twentieth streets.
Five Store Rooms, Five Dwellings,
Comer California aud Sixteenth streets.
Oxio Storo Room,
ROOMB SUITABLE FOR OFFIOES,
RBDICK'S OPERA HOUSE,
33y Xj. 3B. HrTITiH,
Offlce In Caldwell Block,
mar3l-tf (West Entrance).
Has the finest lino of
In tho Market.
Scotch OheroltSnlU, $35
ORDERS FILLED AT
Wtildliu omnia m
Tenth and Eleventh,
hcrca, defimlt has been mailo In the pay
incut ol the money secure! by a chattel mort
gage, dated tho 30th day of Juno, A. D. 1871,
executed by N. Rosenthal to F. L. blierharl,
which slid mortgage was filed for record In the
olllce of tho County Clerk of Douglas county,
Nebraska, and recordod In Rook "K" ol Mort
gages, at page 213, and was aealn filed for rec
ord In said office, together with a statement ex
hibiting the amouut due thereon, on the 17lh
day of June, A. D. 1872, and duly recorded In
Hook "L" ol Mortgages, at page St', and,
whereas, the amount duo on said mortgage Is
the sum of 11,000 aud Interest j now, iiicrelpre,
by virtue of the power of sjle contained In
said mortgage, notice Is hereby gl en pursuant
to the statute In such case mail and provided,
that the said mortgage will bo loreclosol by
publlo sale or tne morigageu proiieriy, io-n ;
The frame buildings situated on the east 22 feet
ol lot 4, Id block 134, In tho clw ol Omaha,
in ..1,1 IIaiioU. rountT. at the front door of
on the 3d day of May, A. 1.
IS7:l. at 4 o'clock P. M.
Administrator of the estate of F. E. Eberhr.rt,
W.J. Coskkli., Attorney. ap!2tf
A. D McAusland
IF YOU ARE UOINU TO BUILD,
BL00MINOT0N, - ILLINOIB
W. A. PENNELL,Pres.
ISAAC SMEAD, S.:'y.
8.11. FISHER, Bup't.
Q40 XoiAX'teoaa.tlx JBIt.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
F18H, POULTRY, QAME &. VEGETABLES.
Guns; Pistols, Ammunition,
Materials, Cutlery, and
244 DOUGLAS ST., Corner of 14th,
Repairing done promptly,
other seals made to order.
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, &0.
Fairbanks' Standard Scales.
203, FARNHAM BTREET, OMAHA NEB.
dlfXifi!k9A penlay. Agents wanted I AH
01UU classes ol working iwoplo, o
.atl. .., .nun. nr nt.l. l.iak.l llllira inOUSV at
work fur us in tnolr snare moments, or all tne
time, than at anythtiu clo. Addrtsu 1I
Stluson A IV., Portland, Malno. stbva-lyS
A very large HANKRUPT STOCK of OOOD3
Robins & Uiigltlln, Pawnbrokers,
No. 137 Vsrulium Street,
Consisting ol Rifles, llstols, and Shot-guns ol
suiwrlor iiuallly and finish, both new and
second-hand. Also a Urge lot of new and second-hand
CLOTiiiNo, RLANKKrs, lumrs,
HIIOIM, and mauy other articles, which we
will self at half their value. Call at unco and
Chicago & Northwestern
OOUNOIL BLUFFS PIONEBR SHORT
To all Points East!
-Connections are made at Missouri Valley
Junction with Sioux City Railroad, torbloux
City; at Orand Junction, for Des Moines, Ot
luinwa, Burlington, (lalesbiirg, Keokuk, Peo
ria, etc.; at Dixon, with Illinois Central Rail
road for St. Louis and all points South.
aernaggage cuecaeu iiiruunu iuu .i,uiia.
GUSH & JACOBS
points, and uo extra cuarge lor irausicr mruugu
Pullman Palace S eeplug C'ars'on all
Passengers to any point East or South should
be particular to ask for and see that their tick
ets read !
"Via Chicago & Northwestern Rail-
ft. A. STANWOOD.
(leneral Ticket Agent.
Wahinoton, April 14.
General Sherman expresses him
self very emphatically in rcgaid to
the treatment wliicu suouiu do given
to the Modoc Indians, aud feels con
fident that hi dispatch to Col. Gil
lem will bo carried out to tho letter
if it is possible to bo done with the
troops now under his command. If
found that he has not a sutlicient
number of troops more will bo sent
him at once, aud that if necessary tho
whole power of the Government will
bo nut forth to avenuo tho death of
Gon. Canby and those massacred
with him. Tho President aud Sec
retary Delano both deeply deplore
the sad termination of the ctlbrts
niad to tcttlo the Modoc question in
a peaceable manner, and now agree
with Gen. Sherman that tho most
severe measures must be adopted to
wards that people in conscquenco ol
their late treacuery.
Tho excitement and indignation in
army circles is most intense, and tho
same may be said of all circles here,
and tho opinion cencraHy expressed
is that the management of Indian
affairs should at once be turned over
to the war department.
For several days past an announce
ment has appeared in the uowspaters
that tliero would uo a meeting unucr
the auspices of tlio Indian Commis
sioners at tho Congregational Church
in this city. It also stated that Sec
retary Delano would be present and
deliver an address. Tho meeting
came off to-night, though, in view of
the lamentable news respecting the
treacherous murder of General Canby,
it was a decidedly chilly affair.
Mr. Delano failed to appear. Gen.
Howard read a prusy account of his
own experience among the Indians,
the burden of which went to show
how tho Indians loved him, and he
asserted that his photograph was car
ried by Indians both on tho moun
tains and plains. lie thought it was
necessary to give the Jnuiaus citizen
ship before anything could be done
The next speaker was Indian Com
mission Smith. He thought that
salvation was necessary to make the
Indians peaceable, and told a story of
a pious lady who thought powder
and shot was the best gospel for In
dians, but was suddenly converted to
more humane views.
The last speaker was Fred Douglas,
who gave a brief history of Indian
customs, aud mado a very able speech.
The dcatk of General Canby wus
briefly alluded to, but no attempt
was made to palliate tho offense of
the Modocs, and tho subject was
quietly passed over.
uenerai scnoueiu tcicgrapucu me
Headquarters, Division Pacific,
April 12. To General W. T. Sher
man, Washington: The following
report of the terrible butchery and
murder has just been received : I
have telegraphed Colonel .Gillem to
let the punishment of the Modocs bo
as severe as their treachery merits,
aud I hope to hear soon that ho has
mado an end of them.
(Signed) J. M. Schofield,
Major General Commanding.
The reoort referred to is General
Gillein's dispatch to Adjutant Gen
eral Townschd, which has already
Lata information received here
from Cuba states that it is believed
that Gen. Pordilla, commanding at
Ccnco Villas, has been captured by
the patriots. A number of the Span
ish Guards have deserted and gone
over to the Cubans. The soldiers
serving in the jurisdiction of Neu
vitas have also deserted and joined
tho patriots. The Cuban Generals,
m .. I arli.HAAM a. a rt lrlnlnnln I irtint
juueriUBVxuiut;6 mm t iiaiuui us..
are at tho head of three thousand
men operating in tho neighborhood
of Moyar. It is expected uy enthu
siastic Spaniards in Havana that the
loan of t20.000.000 to assist tho Gov
ernment In defraying the expenses of
the war against tho uuuans, will soon
The government has returned tho
confiscated propcrtyjof Don Martin
Merces. Tne claims of persons
whose real and movablo estates havo
been embargoed for disloyalty are
being thoroughly examined by the
Up to a late hour to-night, no
further dispatches havo been received
from the Modoo country. Anxiety
to hear from General Gillem is intense.
ncsi, no settled purpose in our Indian
policy, and this difficulty with Cap
tain Jack and his baud with the ac
tion of authorities, has been more
than ordinarily injudicious. We arc
told that tho War Department has,
long known it was unwise and dan
gerous to temporize with those sav
ages, but the hands of the murdered
General were tied by the Intrigues
of tho Peace party at Washington,
and ho was forced into an action that
cost him his life.
The Herald thinks tho peace sys
tem is of questionable pcdlcncy, and
believes many of the evils can be
traced to the corrtint influences con
nected with tho Indian Bureau, and
tho mercenary chaiactcr of our In
New Yobk, April 14.
The nows of tho murder of General
Canby and tho peaco commissioners
by Captaiu Jack and his band, pro
duces feelings of tho deepest indig
nation and horror among all clashes
in this city and vicinity, and was the
all absorbing topic ot conversation
to-day. The tone of tho morning
press is more or less condemnatory ot
tlio Indian policy of the administra
tion. Hoiioken, N. J., April 12.
Medrick Klclver, Secretary Hobo
ken Savings Bank, absconded with
$26,000. The amount taken consti
tutes half of the surplus, but the
bank can stand the loss. Klel'sr's
whereabouts not discovered.
DITION OF THE
London, April 14.
Advices from Adclaido say the
wheat crops of South Australia is
satisfactory. One hundred nud
eighty thousand tons will bo availa
ble for uxHrt.
MAllltlCTM II V TKLKHHAI'll
Clilraj(o Produce Market.
Chicago, April 14.
Flour Firm inquiry ; Minnc.-o u
$G 7C7 60; choice X $G 00; good
$0 00G 50; common $5 2505 1)5;
supcrfino $3 254 25.
Wheat Quiet; No. 2 cash $1 IS J ;
May $1 22, . Juno Si 24 3-4 ; No. 3
$1 101 ; rejected 95c.
Corn Quiet ; cash 31)-833 1-1;
May 34 7-8; Juno 37.
Oats Firm; cash 24 3-4; Mnv
28 l-428 3-8; Juno 30.
Barley Quiet; No. 2G'J75; No.
3 GO; neglected 4044.
Hichwincs Nominal at 8G 1.2.
Pork Strong; cash $1G; May
Paris, April 14.
Piiuco Napoleon has addressed a
letter to his constituents in Corsica,
protesting aeainst his expulsion from
France. He says tho Naiwleons havo
twice been tho saviors of France,
and their names can never be ban
ished from tho hearts of tho people.
They aro proscribed becauso they arc
DR, FRED. SAXENBERGER,
Honitrpatlilc Physician, Surgeon nud
Office on 13th it,, bet, Jackson And Jones its,
Nllclts patronage, and lll clto prompt at-
.1 lull j- t
tetid.UHti on all professional tails, chh hilly In
women anu cuiiiircu uiscnscs.
DR, EMLBN LEWIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Okuck Southeast comer l Douglas and
OiriCK HeURs-8 to 10 A. H.,1 to 4 p. it,,
ai.d sfur 7 r. l. Light and nllit 111 at the
olllce door. fcb3-t!
Constantinople, April 14.
The Sultuu has sent twenty cacs
of articles selected from his treasury
to the Vienna Exposition.
Roue, April 14.
The condition of tlio Pope is so far
improved that His Holiness was able
to-day to give audience to several
His. Mciiuflln ii Fowler,
Physloiaiis and Surgeons.
Office opposite llrand Central Hotel,
FARNHAM STREET, OMAHA.
Scclal nttentloii paid to Chronic dtcscaws
dlsiiwesof tho eye uud ear, and those peculiar
to female. An entirely successful modo ol
treatment for Luiigtliseais. Consultation free
lliet Douglas and Dot.i ,
of tho SI. O'llil.-s
Day Hoard, icr week, Jl. Hoarding ad
lodging at tlio lonc-t title-. I'lie hu twe has
Urn newly furnished aud repalre I. Iu2l-tf
Cor, 16th St. & Capitol Av.
Day Hoard, SI ikt week
from A lo tfii ; Transient
Hoard slid Iwllng.
yi must lay.
Dr. A. F. Rudelius
Has opened a dispensary at
514 FOURTEENTH STREET, three
North of Post Office.
$1G 25 ; Juno $10 40.
$8 50; Juno $8
$S 35 ; May
New York Produce Market.
New York, April 14.
Flour Irregular ; moderate de
mand at G 75 to 7 15.
Wheat Firm at 1 G4 bid; good
Milwaukco afloat, held at 1 GG.
Corn Strong and salcablo at G3)c
for old in store, and G4c for new afloat.
Oats Easier at 0353 1-2 for
old in store.
Barley Selling in car lots at 1 00
Whisky Firmer nnd more active
at 91 J c.
Freights Unchanged and dull.
Pork Easier at 17Jc ; 17J bid.
Lard Moderate business at 8 15.
DEWEY & STONE,
I moon hand as Large a Stock
audnstlieat a Varlelyof
As can i e found In any establish
EAST OR WEST:!
Havana, April 14.
Bidwell was recaptured by tho po
lice on the sea slioru twenty miles
above this city. He bruNed his
hands and legs severely when ho
jumped from tho balcony of the
prisun. Maps of this city nml the
island were found upon his person,
lie refuses to say who aided him in
his eacapo. Bidwell's friends un
doubtedly neglected to instruct hi in
thoroughly u-t to tho route he should
take upon leaving the city.
Halifax, April 14.
Beyond tho saving of u lew pack
ages of eoods, nothing was done at
the Atlantic wicck yesterday.
Tho steamer Kansas laid at Halifax
ycutcrday tho shore end of tho new
San Francisco, April 14.
Tlio following dispatch, dated,
Headquarters Modoc Excditioii,
April 12: No important change.
Mcachaiu may recover, but will have
to have a finger amputated.
Lamp was alarmed last night; ttr
ingalong tho picket line caused a
a talbc alarm.
Colonel Green ennio near losing his
life by the accidental discharge of a
pistol in tho hands of another officer.
The bullet cut the front of his cap
away, and bruising itis forehead
slightly. Bullets can't kill him.
The attack on Colonel Mason yes
terday was treachery.
Lieutenant Sherwood, officer of
the day, saw a white flag outside the
picket line, and went to see what
was wanted, Lieutenant Boyle ac
companying him, found one In
dian boy, who wunted thorn
to to come up into tho rocks
where he was. but thev would not.
Steamboat Frank raised up from the
rocks and called them to come, but
they refused, when tho Indians
opened fire on them. In tlio second
volley, Sherwood fell, shot through
the thigh, breaking tlio bone clobo to
the hip. He was also shot in the
arm, severing an artery. Troops
turned out under Mason, Captain
Egan leading tho skirmish line, and
so rapid wcro their movements that
they rescued tlio officers five htmdred
yards outside of the picket line.
Boyle was utihuit, but Sherwood was
dangerously wounded. It was a plot
to capture tho commanding officers of
both posts, as well as tho commis
sioners. They expect orders to move
at any minute. Tho plot to capture
tho commanding officers is evident.
Tho Modocs f-ent for Gen. Gillem,
who could not go for Col. Mason,
who could not attend, and thus their
lives were saved.
For tho treatment of all tlisca.es. Particular
attention given to obstetrics and all sexual and
private diseases, whether nmloor female. The
Doctor can bo consul led at all hours, either day
or night. julyTOIf
J. J. HUNT, "ST. 57,
OFFKJE-2011 Harney sf., Between
Twelfth nud Thirteenth.
Special attention paid to Chronic Diseases,
and all Private Dlv.uiv, and tlio-o peculiar to
Females. An entirely successful mode of
treatment for Lung Diseases. JIUtf
Ira 1'. Illirby Co., Prop's.
Omaha. Nebraska. S, H.oo Pih I'atulism
(Iciicral .illlivs it tho 0. P. A. R'sHtcctly
Also convenient In IlKi s-writl titket Wllit'l
and buggago .IcjkjIs. '
Passenger Transfet Company oW c dtrcCtl
OmnlbuSHcs start fur all trVlns from this
point, uud all burgage Is trausfariisl from this
(luests notified ul the
arrival nlufli trlnio
1 V. FOULSON, M. 1).,
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFIOE-Tftclfth St., Eat Side, bet. Faruhara
Special attention given tn Surgery nnd tho
treatment of Cliionlcillujscs.
SS tirslorvl nooma.
1. VAN CAMP, M. D.
regular practice, makes specialities of Derange
ments and Dlsearcs Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Discuses of the Ucctum.
OKi'irKaud Itesldetue, Corner Furnham and
lUh Stritds, first door to tho right, up stairs,
Omaha, Neb. Address 1xk llox 'JUL
L.F.Babcock, M. D.
Spoclal attention given to
SOI'l'll-WESTCOHM.UtiF HAllNl.V AND
Font n i:th sni:r.M.
BAY IIO.VKI) - - .;! 01)
TRANSIENT, north, - 1. 00
lu.trlii,'7l MlfllAEI..!. MAHONCV, 1'iop.
" "CALIFORHIA H0U5BJ
FRITZ IIAFNEK, Prop'r.,
3aVO "Ooxippltxri &t.,
' ... i i 1. 1. veil! In,
OM.Mil, - M II.
llo.ii. I aud l. L
meals, J .
, l ilie tit) i. r week. .-Inl.
I' , l.'ll-lllg, W ll'lllK
OFFICE Over Omaha Natloual Hank.
Residence on Cass street betncfti
16th. P. O. ImI Hnx'Ul.
Drs. Charles & Faul,
Office over JAi, Faruham stnt, lctwecn 13th
and I4lh, Omaha. Drs. C. A P. itre tho oldest
practising Dentists In tho city. Jan'MAwtt
Tiie OorAi'Al Hotel
Tho new l.iilldliu at the southeast corner i.f
I.ciHU'Viirtli nud Ceiilh sltcels, out' blink
north of U. P. Depot
jl7tf HIED. TIIIIM, Prop.
OPEN DA 'i AND NIGHT,
till) FAUMIitM VI'IIKKT,'
lltlnivn lUlli nud 1 1 1 It, '
VICTOR DUCROSrf, - ' Ptop'r.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERYTIItTItl
In the Mnrkei.
All Meals Served to Order.
0VSTER3 8r,RVLrD IN KVEKY BrYl.li'
Game in m'.'uxiii. Priif--(ii"fil 'the
Fremont Reduction Store.
NEW GO0D3I L0 V CASH PKIJIISII
Itoi hit, I'UI'.Mor. I. Mill.
U. F. R. R.
00R. SIXTEENTH k WEBSTER 8TS.
W. EDWARDS, Jl. ) iiiosi Emii.anii
Proprietor, solicits your atriiuiigo, Hu ills
pciisos uiul utcumlefy preuires iircscriptlous
at all hours, and lit'sldes rixul.tr pintllcu makes
tho trcitmeut o'l derangeinelilsaiul disease pe
culiar lo women nnd children a h laity.
Nimtr llKt.l. nt side dour oil Webster st.
N. H. Agent for IIUNKI DOItl HITTERS.
W. J. CONNELL
Oounaollor t,t JLn.vcr
187 & 189 Famham,
Ret. 11th and 12th streets,
Cor. 13th aud Douglas Streets.
Fine Liquors, Wines,
Imported Ale and Porter.
REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS.
utrConcert livery KvpiiIiir.
District Attorney for Second
OKFICK lut ililo of Twelfth, between Har
ney nud lluwurd sliccts.
New Haven Organ If o
Mnniifaclure tlie ('elt'hi'.iloil
Jubilee and Temple
ThoeOrgiu..iii iinsiirpis. In iuiliiynl
tone, si) le of llu.-h, slnipllili) ti i, . ii . Ii ii'
tlon, and iliiraMllly.
Also, .MEI.ODI.ilN.H in miiIi.iis mvIit., nnd
uui.uallotl In tone
Scud fur Illustrated Oitalngue.
Address NEW HAVEN ORHAN CO.,
Now ILni'ii, ('.inn,
niAgeuts wanted. Mm-Siii
a)R. 17T1I AND CHICAUO.
Fiiriilihes the Premium llroom, and warrants
It first class. Ouiaha, Neb. leblStl
New York, April 14.
All tho morning papers comment
on the Modoc massacre. Tho Herald
says the instructions delivered to
General Schofield means utter exter
mination of Captain Jack and his
followers. There will bo no desire to
stay a hand of retribution. Indian
.- nn sm sn I inlnnnHI fl l f 1 VAIllllltlb
UKt'liir, cuuiiiiiaaiuiivto. .. ......-
thronlsts may do their best to execute
sympathy for these treacherous
wretches, and to aavo tho peace poli
cy, which has proved bo profitable to
most of Us advocates, but the people
will approvo of the sentence of ex
termination. There has been no
judgment, no forethought, no firm-
New Firm !
ARE NOW RECEIVING A
Stock or all
Large and Elegant
Key West, April 14.
The troops in Porto Rico have re
volted in favor of a republic. Much
confusion has resulted. The crews
of two American vessels in iwrt bjivo
disembarked to restore order. Aid
has been asked for from Havana, and
two war vessels aro about to leave
Boston, April 14.
Suit has been instituted in tho
United States court against Oakes
Ames for thrco hundred thousand
dollars, tho trial to take place in
May. The suit grows out ot certain
cotton transactions at New Orleans
during tho war, for which tho gov
ernment obtained judgment against
A. A. luausitcid aud others, and now
sues Ames for tho amount, alleging
that ho was partner with Mansheltt.
Memphis, April 14.
Last Saturday a man named
Vaughn, witlt half a dozen aliases,
was arrested by tlio Chief of Police
on suspicion of being tlio man who
assassinated Gen. Tlios. C. llindnmn,
of Helena, Arkansas, bomo four years
since, while sitting near tho fire, sur
rounded by his family.
DuiiUtiUE, Iowa, April 14.
Saturday night, II. O. Giinn, edi
tor of tlio Scntinol, Warren, 111., was
accidentally shot and dangerously
wounded by his wife while carelessly
handling a gun, thought to bo unloaded.
E. ESTAHROOK. W. M. FRANCIS
Estubrook & Francis,
Special attention given to Court Practice,
OFFICE Cor. Fourteenth nud Douglas sts
SAVAGE & MANDERS0N,
Attorneys nt Law,
212 FARSIIAM STREAT.
JAMK.S W, SAVACIK,
LIIAHLKH P. MA.Mi:itSOK
JOHN C. CO IN,
OKFIC1J-NO. 1, VISSCHER'S 1ILOCK,
JSTOTIOINTIS, 3D to.,
To which all friends and purchasers generally
are requested to tall and examine
HOUSTON &. GARRISON,
227 Famham Street.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Attornoy - vt - Xiaxv,
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE,
T I "V O Xj I
Saloon and Ucsdumui.,
00R. NINTH AND TARNUAM STB.,
FRED. WIRTII A JOHN llll'.KH, Proprietors.
CONCERT given by Prof. Schooler and tho
new ORCHESTRION, DAV nud NKHIT.
turThoOrchestrluii lioiiunf tlio lirgiit In
the world, nnd pl.iya 7 J of tho nuttcst mid best
A D M 1 S S I 0 V, F R E E I
Happy Relief for Youiu M''U fiom tho ellists
of Errors and Abuses In earl)' 'Ifo. M.iuIiihi,
reslorul. Imimllmen'M to Ma'iliio remotnl.
New metliod of truitiuuut. New mid rein.irk
nbhi reuiHilli s. Hunks and tirculars Kentfrie,
In scaled onrelnpes. Address, IIOWAHD AS
SOCIATION, No. 2 Niutu Miilli St., Phlladel
pliia, l'u., an liistliu mill lug u liluli mm-
tatloii lor hnnor.iblo coiilurt uud prnlissloual
James Piatz & Brother,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
2U7 DOUllLAH STIU.ET,
All kinds of foreign nnd domestic fruits, green
vegetables, Irish IUIi, butler nnd eggs. All nr
deis promptly filled, luarlDtf
fGoddunl Rros. &
Nt. I.otila l'roiluce Market.
St. Louis, April 14.
Flour Dull nnd diooping. Some
grades aro lower. Sujiertiiie fall
4 G04 00; extra, 6 000 70.
Wheat Dull; No. 2 spring, 1 18
0 10; No. 3 fall, 1C0.
Com Dull and drooping ; No. 2
31 1-2 to 33 1-2 on east track.
Oats Quiet; No. 2 28c on cast
Hogs 4 G0fi5 20.
Cattle Texaiis, 2 000 00; fat
natives, 4 256 12 1-2.
Omaha Steam Heat
(IAS FITTINU k FIXTURES,
Wrought Iron, Pipe Fitting, Trim
Also a large assorlino
Steam Pnmpi, Lift and Force Pampt, Wish-
lUadt, Water CloieU, Bath Tab) and
Shower Bathi pot up In tbe moat
I'lumbcrs' and Oas Fitlors' Material
always on .lanu.
Douglas St.,Under llamlllon House
wSTOVES, I'UltNAOES, RANflES,,
H TS'TTsT'Trr X. Tr -m
. - w ....f ,
And Manufacturers of
WIltK WORK I
And Job Work
XI. O O fl. XX Bm
promptly attrndwl to.
Hyrou M. S.on(er vs. (leorgo Lilly.
To (leorgii Lilly, iiliMH,ndliigtleblor,ilefenilaiit i
ou Mill tnko iiotlti. Uiul on tlio Villi day t.l
.iuicii, ini.i, ii) run m, niieutwr ctuiinittiiciHl uu
recover from 11,11 tho sum of two hundred and
eigiuceii ami vu-nsi miliars nnd
District ('nun, In I lout-la. (vuiuu
., ,.!.... , ,. .1
, inti iiiijet t oi ssi'i uetiifii r
February Jt), Ib7.l
spencer lor ground
building sold by him to
tnko notice tliut your
duo Irtiiii vou in aui.l
rent, uiul for n ...rlJiu
you, nii will ii I mi
vour nrnii. rtv tn i,r,.,jiua
county has Ix-cn iilliithc.1 In m iiitluii, nud
you will lie riiiulrul to answer In snld acltun
on or befuro Juu2d, 187.1, or Judgment will n.
entertsl agalnit )ou by iltfaufjf nud sjldpiop.
..Iv ...111 r
-J ., - T
Dates! this 5th day of
lly his Attorney,
'of April, 187a. .
HVRON M. SPENCKU.
W. M. FiiAKtlfrJp
MW1M "i -rnnmtiimvwniwwnrm riff t gtirwiiBh-ijri n i iffiff "
afck. fj" i.,,.
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