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ME DAILY BEE.
IMIttir miiI I'roji'r.
Mice, IM rariibnm si., bet. Ninth ami Tenth
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OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
llj" J. I'. I'ARWKl.L, Twellth street, I
Iwcen Karnham and Dou&las. Hats ami Cap",
lt.wts ami (shoos, and lloverninent Clothing.
IIHADY McAUSl.AND.W.1aiid Vtt Pour
in nth meet. J"''"
Hoot and Nliora.
I'Hll.UM.VNO, IMI'arnhiin street, U'twceu
li-nlliand Eleventh. M-l.-ly
II, L. IjATI'.V, enrn.r Twelfth an I Douglas
Mrifli, Maniilarlurerand WIihIlm iln Dealer In
( hi. lie an I (Wectliinery. oimtry Irmle
poi.axd a Et.t.iorr. t'.it, Lime. (
niPtil, llilr, etc HI Kiirriliiiii street.
rMlAKK I.. McDONAt.D, dealer In Confec
tionery, Fruit, Groceries nn-l Poultry. (ornr
Tenth aud Karnham. Lunches prepared to or
der for travellers. JyiHf
J. A HOEDER. Driest, tirnT 1211. ami
Fruit, ami Confeelloui-ry.
LANDON A El.DHIDOK, ilnlin In Krulli
on,) Confectionery. North Polo Sodi Water at
Ihc.P. O.Stind. I11.1) 1-fim
ritr.NCH a MeKOON. Klre and AnMeut
tisitrmire AwnU, oer the I'oal office.
Jeweler ami tlilli'luii.
.1, r SAWVEII.2il DiiiiIm st. Watches,
Chicks, Jewelry, Sp.-cUch", .in I I'.f.-tl m.'.
Ili:i.l II ANOINCI, Cti AlleiiAChiiudcfiisse-,
I jj. knnlUlK, Iti'll Hunters, M n lilnll iin.l gen
Jut- mpy, ono year In advance,,
I six months " .
" week "
ii trjUobb.rs. Human I ruiou iieiiio.i am ic-
8 polr.sl. Mb- locks n "peel ill) N,ir,l,,.,1',,,
i roiner Kiirnluiu aud lllh su. fehlill)
OMAHA STEAM LAUNDRY. Corur ul
1 woiily-tlrst and tsard slns'ta. Oidirslila at
Paints, OH iml tlla.s.
IlKADY . Mt'AlMLAND, Miami MS. lour-M-iilh
t.l'.HMANN A HEARD. Ilouso ami hUn
Painters, Tenth strett, ltivn rnrnliini anil
Itral FUtale nml Conl Olllce.
JOHN JOIINHON, Konrlceiith atreel, lhlr.1
ilwir north from rostoince; alw, ticket to ami
Ir.mi Knrope, DralU, Insurnnce, dr.
I'llKMIUM 80AI" WOllKS. I'ovr. II Co.,
itlll mail uniet ii ro thulr icluhratol ' luliini
ap. KIto flrat premtuma awnrJe-t hr l)oni
aa rouutr and rltatn Falra. and l'ottawattainle
'ounty, Iowa. Ordera aullcltvd from tint trade.
No. 200 Farnham street, J. II. I'lerce, proprl
rtor. Orders taken for Heals. I'reswa, btaiiins,
Haggage aud Key Checks. Stencils cut wttli
illoa making a letter at one blow.
CLAltK & FlilENCli,
ALL ORDERS TROU THE COUNTRY
Awnings of all descriptions mado and put up.
Old Awning KCCOVIUIKO.
A Specially Mntlo of Crank Awning,
Ily BF.NJAMIN B. JOlfKH,
marll-tf U7M Fnrntiam HI.
WHY IS IT THAT
QQO 3BAxrxxlxAaxx St.,
Hdlsbettei goods and at lower prices than any
other furniture dealer In Oiualu? llecause ho
Is a PRACTIOAIi MECHANIC, and has NO
HBNTTU I'AY. If you do not believe it,
rail and examine his largo stock of
-cxT3El.3J ittjh -pyi
Livo Occso Feathers,
AND SATISFY YOUKSELF.
Why do People go Almost Naked, wh,a they
can get Clothes for Nothing 7
Uarijalns In Socond-kauil Clothing !
A. MOIiniS, Vcslern SocomMiaiid Clothing
Store, 1!K) Farnham at., has Just received a
splendid assortment of Second-hand Clothing,
from San Franciv-o, which ho Is prepared to
Mil tlieaier than tho cheapest. (Ilto him a
mil if you want a bargain. npl-lm
New Firm !
ak now ttr.ci:iviN(i a
A I-nrifC nml Elegant Stock of all
Now St)los r
To which all friends and imrihawrs tieiierally
aie reiiel(M to I'.ill and examine,
HOUSTON & GARRISON,
227 Farnham Street,
.TXI&wXsT XjIDEliaiMnLT ,
llllh St., bet. Fiiniliain and Hamoy.
All kinds of TAII.OUIUll, Cf.EANINO and
HKl'AIKlNll doueul reasonable rales.
TO TIIK CITIZENS OF OMAHA.
THE EMPIRE ICE CO.
Art now pmuire.1 to CONTRACT for ami till
all OHOKItS lu llulr Hue.
I O E!
All orders promptly filled at the lowest rates.
N, H. We are nolaromblnatlon company,
FI,bvrC'lIKlt & UUMIAUD.
either sex, youo,
i nerdar. Areuti widIk! t All
' classes of worklnir ueonle. of
Touor or old. make more uianer at
work lor us In their spare moments, nr nil the
time, tlun at auvthlng else, Addreas U.
fHUMB Co., PottUnd, Main. uovo-ly
T. IX. XX13Ii:x, Prop'r.
1 he HIAT 1.0U(ilN(i and MKAI.S IN 10WN.
Omaha men, give me a call. aprtllf
Cor. 16th St. & Capitol Av.
iMy lloanl, $1 iwr week; Hoard andsIHlglng
from iS lojii; Iraiuli'iil, 5I.MK'nlny,
(Jcorgc DougLtM, Prop'r.
Omaha, Nebraska. B, E. cor. 9th and Farnham
(lencnl offices if the U. 1. It. 11. directly
Also convenient to tho several ticket offices
and baggage deiKita.
I'aswuger Transfer Company office directly
Oiunlbusscs start for all trains from this
point, and all baggage Is transferred fruin this
(locals notified ol the arrival and departure
of trains. aiugldtf.
FKITZ HAFNF.lt, Prop'r.,
X70 XoitKln St.,
om i n, . - . m:h.
Hoard mid l.u.Uliig b) the day or werk. .Single
iiieiN,"iieuls; Uslglng, 23 lents.
Ii k Hot. ns.1. iusr.'I-3tn
The Central Hotel
Tho new building nl the southeast corner of
U'nronworth aud Tenth streets, one block
north of V, V. De.ot.
J17 If Fltl'.D. TIIIF.S, I'rop.
GRADY & BllO.'S
Real Estate Gift Enterprise I
A legitimate undertaking, for the purpo-m of
illslioslng of valuable business property,
located In the ilty of Omaha.
WILL HE GIVEN AWAY.
FIRST I'UIZi: I.t and Store Building,
No. 1UJ Douglas Mntt. cor. Twelfth,'
opposite Metropolitan Hotel i. S C.(HX)
SECOND l'RIZIi-AdJolnlng Storo and
lot, 193 Douglas strut 4,000
THIRD I'HIZK Adjoining Storo and
Lot, No. 191 Douglas street 4.000
FOURTH l'RIZK Two-story llulldlng
aud Lot, on Twelfth street, adjoining
tho above property 5,0(0
F11TH l'ltIZE Two-story Dwelllag
House and I)t, on St. Mary's avenue... 11,000
l'lve Grand Prlies, amounting to '$21,000
8,000 TICKETS AT ty EACH.
DRAWINO, I'OSITIVELY, at tho
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Xxx Omaha Olty,
JULY 4th, 1873.
Thu mnniRers of this enterprise are old citi
zens of Omaha, hiving resided here over four
teen ) ears. They arc well knon In thocoui
mtinlta for their sterling integrity and jiecunl
rhey take tills method to dispose of their
procrty for tosh, liavlug foiled lo find pur
chasers on those terms through the ordinary
Tho valuallonof the prises is Just what the
proHTly would bring If there wero cash pur
chasers In tho market. It Is centrally located,
and suitable for ilthcr wholesale or retail busi
ness. Within a few years It cannot fall to
double Its present valuation.
For further references, apply lo any bankers
or business men of Omaha.
nprtt-ef ORADY A URO.
Q4Q aPoui'tooxxtlx St.
Beef, Pork, Mutton,' Veal,
FISH, POULTRY, 0AME k VEOETABLEci.
Omaha Steam Heat
HAS FITTINU St FIXTURES,
Wrought Iron, PIpo Fitting, Trim
Also a lareo assnrtme
Uoaui l'umps, LIU and Force Fnmps, Wash-
tUnds, Water Olosota, Bath TuU and
Bhower Baths pntnp In tho most
riumlMT' nml (Jus Fitters' Material
always on aanii.
Umiitiit Sl.,Uinler llamlltoti Houso
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE
With all modern Improvciuents. A (IOOD
1IARN at tailieU to the premises. Comer Cali
fornia and Twentieth streets.
Five Storo Ilooms. FIvo DwelllugH,
Corner California and Sixteenth streets.
One Storo noon
BOOMS BDITABLE FOR OFFICES,
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE,
3T JUI. JB-.
(Wee lu Caldwell Block,
msr3l-tf (West Entrance).
Creighton & Morgan,
,q-:r,o c is :e&s
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, &G
Fairbanks 8UHard Scale.
203 FABNHAat BTREET, 0KAUA NEB,
Tin: Prince of W(h)jlcs has made
his npiwarancc in Vienna, nnil the
international and nubinarinc Miow can
now go on.
Kx-Oovf.rnor Pinciiiiack In pack
ing hin carpet hack for the Vienna
Exposition. Without him, the show
would after all bo incomplete.
Vkoktation is backward, but the
cold weather does not interfere with
the growth of crow-cusscs planted by
our citizen reformers last month.
A MuMi'ius life insurance company
usiended a few days ago. Jell'.
Davis is one of the Directors, and his
suspension is nlso a mere mailer of
Oi: Dowin is tho successful bid
der for the contract to furnish beef
for tho red-akin beef eaters. This
will consolo his friend O'llaldwin for
wasting n much genuino eloquence
nl that jollification over Col. Lapp's
I-'kom thu Washington Chronicle we
glean that tho Grand Army of the
Republic is reorganizing. Ve pre
sume it is the intention of its Ilrevet
commanders to nrgnnio an expedi
tion against tho Modocs or the U. S.
If it takes four editors to furnish
tho leaders of tho Lincoln J.emkr
with intellectual pabulum, how
many Miotild it tako to fill the coN
unins of a firsUcliifs city daily, or
cen an unpretending journal like
the Omaha Daily I)i:n.
Mui.i.irrs monstrosities furnish a
prolific theiiio for the dyspeptic re
porter of tho Chicago Time. The
monstrosity in question is to bo the
postollico and custom houo of Chica
go, and will cover an area something
less than half n milo square.
Tiik cable informs us that the
Greek and Roman Monks, stationed
nt Bethlehem, Palestine, had tried
tho virtues of their creed by pound
ing each other. It was certainly in
bad tasto to prove their faith in
Jesus in n pugilistic encounter at his
A Ciiuuno Times "condenser"
An enterprising photographer has
gone to get some views of the lava
beds. Jlo considers himself entirely
ife,-as tho Modocs will tako his ma
chine for a traveling howitzer, and
give him a wide berth.
The Bee would not wonder if that
berth when measured would cover a
spaco of six feet by thrco.
General Sherman is always prac
tical in military matters. Ho is not
in favor of scalping Modocs, if for
no other reason, becauso there is no
advantage gained by scalping a dead
Indian. Wo presumo, however, the
General won hi not object to n sur
gical operation on the cranium of
every livo Modoc Hint roams among
the lava beds.
Gov. Keixooo's Now Orleans or
gan says the Governor is determined
to put a stop to all tho various plans
that have been in voguo for plunder
ing tho Louisiana State Treasury.
For this purpose ho has employed a
competent force of detectives. Par
tics looking after Mrs. Sinytho will
probably find her now whero sho can
do tho most good for Kollogg.
The Lincoln Lender, having re
centiy changed proprietors, also an
nounces a radical change in its edito
rial department. Rev. Chas. Little,
formerly of tho inline County Pott,
is now tho managing editor, with
three assistant editors to help him
through his arduous labors. Wo tip
prchoiid tho proprietors of tho Leader
want but "Little" bore bolow and
want that "Littlo" long.
Ai.ex. II. Stephens is trying to
bolt soap President Grant, wo presumo
with a view of controlling a littlo
Federal patronage. In a recent edi
torial article in tho Atlanta Sun, the
ox-Vico President of tho Confederacy
says: "Wo know General Grant,
aud believe him to bo no ordinary
man; neither do we bcliovo him to
bo sordid or corrupt." From any
other source this sentiment might bo
accepted ns a compliment.
What, if anything, is being dono
by our Board of Education, or Su
jerinteitdent Nightingale, wRh refer
ence to tho introduction of German
itit our public schools? Some
months ago circulars wero sent
around to parents requesting them to
stato whether they wanted their chil
dren instructed in German. Wo
wero nt tho tiino informed that tho
replications wero in favor of such in
struction by overwhelming majori
ties. Siuco then tho whole thing has
been permitted to slumber, and sinco
nobody seems to tako it up, the Br.i:
feels inclined to exoreUo iu custom
ary impertinence to stir up the matter.
Omaha, Saturday Morning, May ,3, 1873.
Specially reported for Tiik Om.iia Uei, by the
Atliiilio an I I'.iclliu Telegraph Company.)
THE ATLANTIC BANK DEFAL
CATION. Madrid, .May 2.
The inaons of Barcelona, who were
recently on a striko, hae resumed
Paris, May 2.
Tho Carlists have surrouiidod
Bilboa, which is almost defenseless.
Bayonne, May 2.
A rumor comes lrom tho frontier
that the Cure of Santa Gnu has been
shot by his own officers.
Toronto, May 2.
Tho Hon. Mr. Tilley, Finance
Minister, has given notice of a propo
sition to iucrcaso the Provincial sub
sidies. It is proposed to relievo On
laria aud Quebec of indebtedness to
the amount of 10,500,08 and to
make a pivqmrtionate subsidy to tho
other provinces' "
WA8IHF(1ton, May 2.
Tim autopsy of 'James Brooks,
showed that ho died of an extensive
cancerous diseaso of tho stomach.
Washington, May 2.
Gen. Sherman said to-day that he
looked for a chango in the campaign
toward tho Modocs now that Gen.
Davis had assumed command. Ad
ditional troops will be sent and prob
ably volunteers will be authorized
among tho frontiersmen.
New York, May 2.
The Tribuiio publishes tho follow
ing: "The Receiurof tho Atlantic
Hank yesterday completed tho list of
depositors and amounts to their
credit, but refused to give n copy to
tho Tribune reporter. An cxamiua
tion was also mado by him of tho
special loan account, and somo singu
lar illustrations were brought to light,
showing tho loose manner in which
tho all'.iirs of tho bauk wero conduct
ed by tho defaulting cashier.
These wero of such n character as to
indicate not only criminality on
thu part of Tainter, but suggested
to somo of tho depositors, who learned
tho facts that Tuintcr had confeder
ates as desperate as himself. Tho
special loan account shows that over
i:t40,000 havo been loaned on securi
ties, all of which havo disappeared.
Of this amount L. JI. Nile, No. 8
Broad street, one of Taiuter's brok
ers, aud us tur us known, his only
broker, had received $90,000 ; and J.
II. Conover, a clerk of "Nilcs. who is
said to rcccivo only a small salary,
named by somo persons as low as $8
a week, had borrowed $35,000. Near
ly all thce loans had been mado to
Nilcs and Conover within tho last
thrco months. Only one loan of
$10,000 is entered its having been
made provious to 1873, and this
was as late as November, 1872. All
tho bCcuritie.s.dcposited by Nilcs and
Conover arc among thoso said to havo
been stolen. The books of tho bank
show that tho concern was indebted
to Nilcs to thu amount of $50,000,
represented to havo been deposited by
him, but Niles yesterday apj)cared be
fore Receiver Strong, and being nsked
tho amount of his claim against tho
bank said it was between $200 and
$800 only. This extraordinary dis
crepancy continued to puzzlo tho lie
coivcr and accountants until tho
closo of tho examination last night.
Tne Receiver has caused inquiry to
bo mndo into tho standing mid credit
of all Taiuter's alleged brokers, and
tho mercantile agoncics' reports ren
der still moro suspicious their largo
operations for tho account of the
young defaulter. Further inquiry
into tho accounts revealed that, with
in twenty-four hours of tho collapse,
ono of tho Directors had overdrawn
the account of his firm to tho amount
New York, May 2.
The report of tho failure of Swan
& Co. does not causo a ripplo iu
Wnll street. Tho firm owes but $ti0,
000 in tho stock exchange.
Tho Broadway Bank has called iu
$1,200,000 iu consequence of the
heavy payments by tho city on ma
tin lug bonds, amounting to $290,000.
Tho steamship Westphalia took
out $07,000 in specie.
Tho coinmittcco from Cincinnati
awaiting tho arrival of tho remains
of Uto Into Bishop Mullvalne, will
to-morrow meet a committeo ot the
leading citizens of New York and
arrango for tho services in St. Paul's
Church, in this city, iu which Bishop
Mcllvnno was consecrated. Tho
body is expected to arrive to-morrow.
MAUItKT UY TlCI.KUUAl'll,
CliltnKO Produce Market,
GiMOAdo, Miy 2.
Flour Quiet and steady, un
Wheat Firm j June, 1 2-1 bid ;
July, 1 20 3-8.
Corn Finn; cash, 38; June,
40 1-2 ; July, 42 1-2 ; August 43$.
Oats Steady; cash,, 30 3-8; June,
Barley Steady and fair demand ;
No 2, 72080; No 3, 05007 ; rejected,
Rye 08 1-2 ; 09 asked.
High wines 87087 1-2.
Pork Very quiet; cash, 17 75;
Juno, 18 ; July, 18 25.
Lard Cash, nominal at 8 7-8;
New fork Produce Market.
New York, May 2.
Flour Steady at 0 7507 10.
Wheat Good; dry samples, firm
er ; inferior 1 31t 45 ; common,
1 5201 59; fair, 1 040170.
Corn Heavy ; inactive, at 07 bid ;
old in store, 08 ; now, 08070 afloat.
Oats Stronger at 51052J afloat.
Barley Quiet; jobbing nt 85090.
Lard Jobbing, 85c.
Whisky Firmer; sales at 92.
Freights Dull; steady nt fl by
Pork Firm ; 18 (,0 18 75 ; cash,
Gold 110 3-1.
Wo would II attention to our Miperlnr fa
cilities for tloiiit; nil kinds of Tin, Cnper, and
(IsUaultcd-lroii work on buildings, or any
kind of Joborinntract work.
Wo nro Isith 1'lUCTlCAI. workmen, nml
)crsuiullysuiei lull ud i-ich and ever) p!m of
work done lu our es nhltshment.
We arc alo ajn. nls for Van's Celebrated l'a
lent l'orlable Double-ovm Cooklmr Ituis-e, for
l'rlvale Residences. Hotels, Hoarding Houses,
and Rest iiirauls. I'loasoeall ami esamlue It.
MOUIiAltli A' IlKAD,
a:i4 Douglas Street, Omaha.
1. O. Lock Rot .'li'il. maj.'iUwIf
SPECIAL OKliIXAXCi: NO. 38.
Sjieclal Ordluaiiw, granting to tno Oinnht and
.Southwestern Railroad Company and Its suc
cessors and assigns, tho right to occupy cer
tain streets and ullc a In the city of Omaha
for depot grounds, side tracks, nml railroad
lie It ordained by the City Council of the City
of Omaha l
bhr-rioM l. That tl,a rltflit mid authori
ty Is hereby k'cii and granted to the
Omaha and boulliwcstcrn Railroad Company,
and lo Its successors ami assigns forever, to pos
stss aud occupy for deols, olhces, ld tracks'
and other railroad purposes, all thai portion of
Seventh (7th), Eighth (8lh), and Nlulh (ilth)
streets, lu thu said city, Ijlng U'twcou the
south line of thu Union 1'acllle Railroad Depot
grounds and 1'ailllc street j nlso, nil that por
tion of Mason street lying hetuven said Union
l'ailflc Railroad Depot grounds and Tenth (10)
street, In said illy j nlso, tho alleys through
blocks 'J3., 'JJ3, ami 231, lu said ilty; tho use
ot mIiI streets and alleys being lurehy granted
for tho purpose aforcsalo j l'roildcd, That said
(ompauy shall lcao an opening of sixty (i,0)
feet lu wldlh forucarrlHgc-uay lusildbetciilh
(Till) "trctl. 1'rovlded, further, Thai tho City
CouuiU may nt nuy time niter II vo iars re
quire said railroad company to build n bridge
of ono span uudof eulllclent lulghth nlsno tin
grade of the street, with stone abutments, am
ple surface drainage, and properly planked,
fci C. 2. That the Major Is hfrcby directed to
execute, in thu name of the city, a deed In due
form of law to said company, convening to it
the rights and prhllcgcs iu tho first section
granted I'lottdcd, Said company shall pro
ceed to condemn or acquire, the right to occupy
and possess the lots embraced within tho blocks
n lined In section one, I) lug kouIIi of said
Union 1'acllle Railroad Depot grounds.
Fussed April 29, 18" J.
CMgned) .1. & (UUaON,
l'rcsldeut of Coumll.
Jin. JI. McCuni:, City Clerk.
Approved April K0, lS'.l.
(Mgned) W. M. HKEWER, Major.
l'roperly owners are hen by untitled lo clean
alle;s and remove all rubbish from the rear of
their Ipts Immcdhtelr. A word tothn wlo is
siillUienl. (1. Rusri.N, City Marshal.
ma) lu I
o. or. t-stxjXsi.,
Ucucrnl Auction aud Commission
ni.i: .van ki:ki htaui.k.
Horses, Mnles, nud nil kinds of 'htock, lit w
and second-hand Wajom, Harness, etc., told
No. 200 Cer. D0UQLA0 & TirTEENTU Bt.
OMAHA, - - NEII.
Having taken and refitted tho stand ou the
corner of Douglas and Fifteenth stnsMs, and
secured lhserviies of tho well-known Auc
tlonneer, J. K. haunders, I am prepared lo
inako liberal cash adi ances on nil consignments
of llor.es, Mules, and Hlock, nil kinds of Mer
( lisiidr.se. Now and Second-hand Furniture,
Household floods, i tc, etc.
Promptly nl tin. led toby the Auctioneer,
DEWEY & STONE,
Il.-uoon hand ni.T.irgo njKtoik
and as (ireat n ViulitJ of,
As can uo found In any establish
ineiit EAST OR WEST!
187 & 189 Farnham,
Ilct. lllh and 12th streets,
Has the Uncut lino of
In tho Market.
Scotch OheTolt BnlU, $35
ORDERS rif.I.ED AT
Wcdilliiz OiltlllH n
168 FABNHAat St., hot.
lentil and Eleventh,
GEN. GARIBALDI Rld'OHTIM)
( St. Peteushuiki, May 2
Thu Emperors of Germany' aud
Russia paid n visit to Gen. Todlebf
lust evening and listened to his lec
ture on Seb.istopal.
CoNni'ANiiNoi'i.r, .May 2.
Rear Admiral James Allien, United
States Navy, visited tho Sultan yes
terday, mt l iu the evening took his
departure for Vienna.
Rome, May 2.
Gen. Garibaldi is reported dager
BRUS3KI.8, Out., May 2.
Mrs. Redby, a lesident in "Gray
township, yesterday drowned her
thrco children whilo temporarily in
sane. Sho subsequently attempted
to drown herself.
London, May 2.
In the riehlorno trial to-day tho
French tutors of Sir Roger "Tich
homo Vcre examined and gave testi
mony which is regaided as fatal to
tile hones of llin (Jniinunt'
mo l tirkisli government lias or
dered 40,000 rifles in the United
The case of the IS.ml: of l!iii':niil
forgery was again befoie couit to
day. After the examination of sev
eral witnesses, tho prisoners wero
again lemaudcd to jail.
An accident occurred to-night to
the train from London to Chester.
Several persons nio reported killed
Madrid, May 2.
The Carlist prisoners on ono of this
Canary Islands mutinied thu other
day. The guard fired on them, and
many were Trilled nnd wounded.
A dispatch from Barcelona says
General Velaido has issued an order
granting amnesty to all Carlists that
surrender within eight days, except
thoso wiio deserted lrom thu Spanish
nrmy, and tho leaders, and' requiring
tho inhabitants of Bcrget to pay
$10,000 for allowing tho Carlists un
der S.iballs to enter tho town.
Recruiting for volunteers who are
to bo brought into active service
against tho Carlists, is iu progress
Denver, May 2.
t Tho caribou silver nitno ami reduc
tion works, situated in Boulder coun
ty, about forty miles northwest of
Denver, considered ono of the rich
est silver mines over opened in tho
United States, has been sold to the
Netherland Mining Company of Hol
land for three millions. 'Tito net
profits of tho mines for several
months past havo averaged $1,000
per day. Experts from 1 lollaiid an d
England reported from two to four
million dollars' worth of oro iu sight,
and that tho mino was worth six
millions. Tho now company will
immediately douhlo tho capacity. M.
A. Shafl'enburg, of Denver, has taken
possession of tho mino nud tunnel ns
agent of tho Netherland company.
Tho recent lienvy snows in tho
mountains insure an abundance of
water for gulch mining. Reports
from the ditlerent mining districts all
show Hint tho coming season will bo
ono of great activity in tho mines of
Colorado. Tho exceedingly dry and
Iilcasant winter caused serious fore
odings ns to agricultural pro.pecls,
which tho recent rainsand snow have
About three thousand immigrants
arrived here during tho month of
April. A very largo increase in tho
in tho papulation of tho Territory is
certain during this season.
New York, May 2.
Two hundred troops havo been or
dered from hero to San Francisco.
A bill of exceptions has been filed
in tho enso of Nixon, sentenced to be
hanged on tho 10th of May, nnd to
morrow a motion will be made for a
stay of proceedings.
Thtirlow Wecd'is again dangerous
Tho coolers' strike is becoming
moro extensive, aud tho men in this
city nnd neighborhood arc evidently
co-operating. Time or wages do mit
enter into tho present contest. Tho
men nro only striking against Eastern
Tho Trainers and Driven' Associ
ation hits unanimously adopted n res
olution requiring all members to
abido by tho rules on nnd after May
3d. That is, no driver shall enter a
horso on nny track governed by rules
of tho National Association. Among
the trainers and drivers, who voted
were McMann, Mace, Doblo, Roden,
Pnrfor, and Lavctt. Tho National
Association previously refused u con
ference to consider rules beneficial to
Hav l'n.ivniun r,... i
Tlio crnnd iurv iirnored tlm hill nf
murder ngainst Samuels, tho man
who shot h. A. Mar-chant for tho
nllegcd seduction of Samuel's daugh
Lieiits. Harris and Eagan, nnd
Surgeon Semig, wounded in tho Inst
fight at tho lava beds, are getting
along well, and will probably recover.
ao courier arrived nt Yrcka at 8 30
p. iu. No furthor nows from tho
lava bed. Tho escort for tho remains
of officers last killed left Yrcka for
Redding this nftomoon.
Nt. I.iiiiIm l'roilueo iUiuhvl,
! lour Quiet und unchniiged.
Wheat Dull and drooping; only
sample lots wero old.
Corn Firmor; No. 2 mixed on
track 37c; sacked 4(5c.
Oata A shudo for hulk; No.2, 31c;
on track 32o.
Pork Quiet; no demand for
round lots ; jobbing sales $8 50.
Hogs Lower at 4 005 25.
Cattle Dull ; Toxans $2 10
5 00; fair to extra native steers
Citizens of Omaha !
Wo ii'sjHTtinlly beg le'tne to tin
noiince tlutt we ale about to ohmi a
general stock of Dry Goods, at 517
Thirteenth street (M. E. Church
Block), on or about '1 humility, April
21th. Our goods are all entirely
new and i'Rr..su no old plunder, anil
we hae Wen very careful not to buy
tiny, since n good article is always
cheap at a fair price, while n poiir
one Is always deal nt any.
e hiue also biotight u lull line
of M. llRMINWAV .V So.NS' Spool
Sii.k, Machine ami Bl'itox-Hoi.i:
Twist, iu all shades, colois, nud
lengths. This is one of tho olde-t
aud best sill: thread factories in the
All our goods are niaiked in ;('
Ihjuret, and we shall adhere strictly
to one price, and sell for c.i-li, anil
We havo come to Omaha to make
it our future permanent home, and
will conduct our business upon prin
ciples that will bo sine to win iu Un
did, and bo advantageous to our cus
tomers as well as ourselves; and by
buying for cash and selling forcasli wo
know that wo can, and will, sell
our goods at prices that will defy com
petition with any hou-e that' gives
W. M. Itr.SII.MA.V.
DR. FRED. SAXENBERGER,
Homeopathic Physician, Surgeon and
OiEco on 13th it., let, Jacktou nail Jones oti.
Solicits patronage, and will glvo prompt at
tendance on nil professional mils, cp chilly In
women and children diseases. octldtf
EMLBN LEWIS, M.D.,
Physician ami Surgeon.
On icrj boulhc-ist eoruer nf Douglas md
Ol kick lUuus-S to 10 . m '- to I 1'. (.,
and 7 t io u i tt
Ri.-iiiiimi. No. fil5.Nentt colli -.irect.
Bis. Md.ufilu k Fouler,
Physicians and Surgeons.
OflheopiKjslto lirand C. titnil Hotel,
1'AltNlfAM &TREM', OMAHA.
Special .itttiitlr.ii pud to Curonlc dhfcaes
dlseniicsof thoe-jo and cir, aud thoso picullar
to females. An entlrel) sueeesiful nieulo ol
treatment for Units discuses. Consullntloii freo
Dr. A. F. Bndolins
Has oiienisl a illsiicn-nry nt
SI I roilRTEENTH STRI.irr, linen door
North of Post (Iflice,
for tho tr. alius lit of nil dlsc.t'es. Particular
.(....! ... ., ... .1 ,,.. .
i iiiiuii K-ten io onieiries aim an sexual ami
pilvittodlsiases, whether in iln or female, 'the
Docloi can Lviuiisullcsl ntnll hours, i llherdiij
or nl?hl. Jnly2'Jlf
OnTUi:--20! Jlarney st., BelMcen
Twcll'lli and 'Ihiricculh.
Hpechil allcutiou pild to Chronic Dl-cai-cs,
ami nil 1'ih.ite DUcixcs, and tlie peculiar to
Keiiialea. Ail entirely iivs(ul mihln of
treitiueiit fo.- I.iiujj IiseaeH. J i f
P. W. P0ULS0"N,Tr.D
Physician and Surgeon.
OFPIOE-Twtlfth St., East SIJc, bet. rarnlittin
blchd atleutloii (jlien lo Surnory nud the
treatment of Chronic dltcakcs.
Dispenses Ids own medclncs, and besides
niiular practice, makes specialities of Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, 1'lMu
l.i, Piles and oilier Diseases of tho Rectiiiu,
OKFiriciiud RiHldcuie-, Corner 1'itnilnin nnd
lllh htnvts, ilrstdoor to tho rlijht, up htalrs,
Onialia, Ni h. Address Wlc lloi. -joi.
L.F. Babcook, M. D.
itpMlil nltiutlmi rjheii to
OITICTOnr Omaha Nallonal Hank.
Residence oiCass stris?t between ISIli an
16th. P. O. I-ock Hox 'il.'. JyVdtf
Drs. Charles & Paul,
Olllce ocr 212, raiuhcm stns?l, between inih
and Ut!i, Omaha. Dis. C, A P. are thu oljijil
practisliiij Denllsts In thu city. Jan'.MAwlf
U. P. It. K. J)rug Store,
COB. SIXTEENTH d WEBSTEIt BTS.
W. I.'DWAIIDS, M. Ii ntou E.mimnii
Proprietor, solicits our patron.iKO, llu dis
penses and accurately prepares prescriptions
at all hours, und besides regular prucllco innlvcs
tho treatment ol deramieniuutsaud diseases pe
culiar to uoiiiciiuiid children a seclalty.
KimiT llKt.l, at shin door oil Wthstcr tt.
N. 11. Agent for 11UNKI DOlll HITTERS.
Carpenter and Builder,
Thela'st In market for slrciiKth aud conieir.
lence. Plain or oriiainent.il. Warranted
to thu sitlsfaeilun. Cull and
0G5 AND C07 THIRTEENTH STREET.
lAHI. I7TII AND CIIICAdO.
rtirnlslieillioProtiilum Ilrooin, and unrrauls
II first ilasi. Omaln, Neb. feblalf
ICiiilKri.ll.ni Tiiriilnir t'liunii 1'nrniH
la HuiillmtNt .lIl..oiiii I
Tho Atlantic A Paelflo rallroa.t rmnpinyol
(ersl1:wo.w acres of land lu Ciutral and
houlhviest Missouri, at from 81 to Jl.l ir acre.
onwveiiiearaMlui.-, with freo tran.portallou
from ht. Jfiuls o all iiurchascrs. Cllmale, toll,
ii-i I il.".,ner,1 Tca.,IJ,l w1'00". ihurihcs uu.l
lawbldlnii society invito cinlranls fiomall
liit to this laud of fruits and llowers. Por
tloner, tit. Louis, Mo Je'."Jo4tf
X 33 invest..
Oue copy, ono j car, In advance,
ri iiik'lllfirt im
thrco " "
St. kiij Kansas City SiHfftlp
To St. Loula, Chlongo, Indianapo
lis, Cincinnati, Loulavlllo, Nash
vlllo, Unltlmoro, Now York, and all
Points Enst. North nnd South.
ka "a ama.i vj Hi
S3-run o.M.v mm: iii'.mn1'u
5j Past Express Trains
M:V KCCLIMM. SCAT COAtllKS,
EliRimllv ( .iiiielid, mIIIi coiuinnillous Drcsslnj;
Ilooms, I'uinHlieil with cniuplete lullct ecMivlen
ccs lor l.ii-ltes nud Oeulle inc u.
OFREti OF CIIAnQE.-CU
THIS NEW Hi m i i Hie special notice and corn.
riMirpiinii tuc Dilution nl'the trmillnir plililliins
iblktllnDi "u lii'iinrtiii-o." contribut
ing to llu r i omrml ullhoiil cxliu expense.
I.tlitd tiiitiinifil Dtavvinir Homii
II MSH Meiptn, I'nlHi-ia, with new tiphol
lllllllWil "u'' nud In iin-ueir hi lilting, ma run
mill Ollinuuii t'i M l.niilHiiii'il t hlciijio.
ii'i,i ,rin- m iii.qi tiunriMi.uiiinim
I n 44iilliroiiul.NAI.TI.OlTIN.
i Hi I llieirmitiiiiliopollsnloNcrtOO.OUO
(Uli luhililliiiibi? As It Isijulckeriiiul
i'iisIs no moil' than bv routes lie
lirlt Iuk Joil ol Iln si mi-ill luIliinl.iKeS Whlcll the
Ct. UW, Zmii uy ft Ucrtitrs Chttt Uu oireis.
X fc V aaV - ' .' BJ V
. IK nl Wl i .1..
'y- .".n'sajv. - r uj ' -r
'I Im Heel Direct f-hoit I. Inn fioin
Icnnsas, ( oloituln, Ao,, lo ChlcnRO
is nir hi. I.ouls, Knnsna City A
V..vll,..,. n...l I l.l....n. . All,... '
-ll(ll t l.IllV
.So i limine oi'eais lioni Kansas City
lii ( hicnuu by IhU l.liic
HAVinmn's I'l he St, Lni:, Ca:! City t lter-.ain It
QNSIDER ti9 2t:rtL'.t lost. Louis. ChloaBO,
VUtlHiUcii!llmnll!ll0h, ciiioliiuatl, Calm,
l.niiUllle, Nashllli, Wluilluir, Plltsburir, llur
l.llu. Iliilllninri-, I'liltnitelililn, New York, liostou,
and h the Short I'oulo N0II1II and EAST to Macon,
lliiiiiilbil. Oiiiucv, oituiiiuii, St l-.uil nml other
MISSOURI, ILLlftOI?, IOWA AND MINNESOTA
TAKE THE BEST LINE. "
cnur nr I Kxc.'lli-.it ttoiuluin 1 WmvSleil
,,,,,, 1 i 1 1 t IN-rlec-l llniiiigli UtciMiiE
lis MenilS I AiuusoiiirvT', llcrlliiliiir Cium
it) UAitii Icoecnrs I'ltl.l'.. .Sui-rb Trains
eUlpped Willi Ulaclslton 1'latform, best In nsej
Piilei t Air llnikea nml all modern npplinnces to
Loutilbute to Comfort, Speed "
IC5 Ilnj- jnm- 'llcUtts la Ct. tout, Sum Olty
& llsr'.boia 2ae:t L'.so. Kor tnlo at all Ticket
Olllct's. ot coiiimulliiK lines nml nt Ticket
Olllces Nt. I. mils, liuiisiiH City A North
I'm Miuit I. Inn ovir tho
BEST LINE IN AMERICA.
P, B. GROAT, W. C. VAN H0RNE,
(leu. r.. stent, Si, UuIi, an, Snii'1,81. Lsull
rJOI.N W. J.YTLIJ,
AlltirneV:il-linw and SoIIeltoi in
0rrraE0 rl'lrsl National Bank,
COR Tllfllll INI II A I'ARNHAM fcTS.
WB J. COIOTELL
Ooiuioollor cvt Xat-w-AND
Dlstrlcl Attorney lor Second Jud
Ori'1012 IMtaldnnf Twelfth, lintwecn Hnr-lit-l
and llowni I -.tncts.
fell I If
E. ESTAHROOK W. M. l'RANCIS
Est a brook iV: Francis,
iccliil ntleiillou ijlven lo Court Pracllco.
Ori'ICi: Cor. roiirtcciitlt nnd Douglas sis
SAVAGE & MANDERSONl
Adorneys at Law,
212 I'AHN'IIAM STREAT.
JAHI.S w. my tin', ,. , .. , ,
eiuiiLKsr. MiMii usov. f 'n.ih.i,Ncbraku.
IOilN c. cow'iSi
orri( r.-No j, vkiciu'.ii's nuicic,
J H, HVA h.
(ii.ii. ):. I'liuiainT.
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
l ii .i.i.. tisk linr 4ni, Omaha, Neb
. v. A,nntdsET
Attorney n,t XarvxT",
eii OMAHA, - ni.ii.
OPEN DAY AND NlflHT," "
100 FAUNHA.U STUISKT.
Hctwccn JOlli nnd lllh,
VJOTOll DUOKOS3, - Prop'r.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERYTHINQ
In tho Jrnrkct.
All Alcalu Served to Order.
OYSTERS SERVED IK EVERY STYLE,
Ganio in season. Prices to ruI tho
Ooiilcliiig & White,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. ?
THKAMAir, IIUItTCO., Mill., -
U3,()0(l AfHIW OH1 CIIOICH I.AMlS
In the County. Kivii Ihu only nlMiraei .,i
title. I., l,..(,uiy, ' luxes m..'rL .
Feed", Livery &Salo Stablo,
ltith St., hot. Howard JcJiuksQii.
l'IHE 8IH0LE and DOUBLE BIOS To Let.
I'llemls, jjiu us a call
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