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OMA.HA, MONMY MuBNlNg AROH SO, 1874.'
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MAHAJ BUSINESS DDHCTQRY.
MCCT.CKE SMITH, ISi Harney rtraat,
tfctweea lltJ and 12th. dU
Cllsoa nl Pietmr Tnmf.
J. BrfPhrt,lW Dourlii street, dealer .in
window gUi and p.ctnrfrasefc-.laais
ioue to order. - T ?.
Jeweler. - Jt
W. O. 8ANPFRS, Practiejl rtaUnmatjr,
631 Hthatreet, opposite poatuBce.
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ATTOKNEYS AT LAW.
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OFFICE-NO -i, VlrHiCISER1 BLOCK,
T; W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law.
Office 310 l-lt'i HU, Wet. Faraham
and UoHlas, Oiaaha. Scb
P- 0. Box 800. u'14tl
bAVAGE & MANDERS0N,
Attorneys at Law,
342 FAKSIIAM 8TBEAT.
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SPAUN & PRITCHEn,
Attorneys ni Cu"?kp at lw.
IA Ivk Dot n. Omlha. KeJu
W. J. CONNELX
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OFFICE Booth M of Famhmm, Mntn
Ix.BOttNHAM. JOttN KKLLEEY.
liurnliaiii & KeUoy,
1 Attorneys and Counsellors
( .at Law,
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JOHN W. LYTLE,
ittoraer-Et-Law nat 8lUtr.
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F OFFIOE-Otk rirrt IfttfMsI Mk,
j Attorney at Xaw
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G. W. AMBROSE
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DEXTER L. THOMAS,
iitoney a" Cvwulir a Law.
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ST BaM. 4 per W: K" ?
from fs to I
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1 IS i BBCGLAil ilTKGT tJHB
Just opmai-viih a Urat lodt-ciUW -.
MADAME FOY'S CORSETS,
aOMPSOK GLOVB - FITTIXO CHII..
UIU'A 11AI.MS.1U.U nilUkiA
cd Biny otitcr. AUa ..-lu.
ILE ASE GIVE ME a CALL
i" Qrorp- mpmhoTM of our School
Board are beginning to smell a mice
In that Nightingale meal bag.
The Herald's preferred candidate
for Mayor sports four Christian
names and a broad-brimmed shirt
Is spite of the Iowa militia and
the new law against mutual bruis
ing, a lively prize fight occurred
near Red Oak Thursday.
Onlt five Democrats in the House
voted for the transportation bill, and
the bill was carried by just five
Trlhat Nightingale songster can
lay" low and keep mum he may yet
manage to warble in our $200,000
cage on Capitol HUL 'It only takes
seven votes you know.
'WiIEEE and when did Mr. Harri
son Johnson get that medical diplo
raT " By Tfhat rule of logic does lie
'assumthat the Bee's reference to
"Doctor Jofinson concerns him ?
Reverend Mr. Moriiis, as a
Government whisky inspector, is
the right man in the right place,
but ' when the Reverend whisky
Tnaaipalator tries to play t?e tem
perance reformer he assumes a very
Mr. IIaiuiisos Jonxsox pro
claims through the Herald that he
is in the saddle, upon the horse of
justice, and will go forth to battfein
the interests of the industrial classes
to.relieve them from the oppression
of corrupt-politicians and grinding
'monopolies. That's a noble mis
sion. How about free trade, are you
still in favor of that hobby?
Axn.if the the Omaha Bee wants
to know how it docs, or don't stand,
on the temperance crusade, let it
consult its own dumb columns for
the last six'wet-ks and Itrmay or not
ascertain what other people arc to
tally unable to findouL Ilerald-
If the Bee had reviled and de
nounced Temperance in the morn
ing And its Editor had delivered a
rabid temperance speech in a church
during the afternoon of the same
day, it might have been necessary
to explain its acrobatic performan
ces. Knocked Sown !
A. remarcaoie uictcan oe aceriain-yj
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we have rednced to a very
loir fiarure all of our clothing and
Gents', furnishing good, far below
tlie price of nny other bouhe. Over
co.iU In particular can be bought of
u now at Ieat 25 per cent lew than
our former prices. Quick sales and
ftmall profiU is our motto.
. ril. GOTTHEIMER,"
-feb.3-lv 206 Fnrnhm street.
Money loaned on diamonds
watches, jewelry, gem, pistols, and
merrh:indii in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 206 Fi-rnhnm st.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and wdd.
e. A. LESIQUEST,
147 FAR II AM ST.
Next to corner of Tn Ii n'mt, Ltrp on band
a fine lot of
C. 7. SAMA1TXT,
171 Cor. VwLTnhmm mMiI BIecnlh !.
At Lindi of TAILORING, Cii-itiinz and r
piiri g dune at rewnal.!e tales. A fin lot
FlIBsf-HlSU OOuDS rooi.anUf on ha
and "W eliexp. ee26t
Save T PapsrBags;
Patronize Home Industry
II. BERTHOf.n, 164 and 16J Tonsla areo
between loth and Ilib, no.th aidr, miking a
rasement t-. build a
TAPES MILL O OXVHA,
Dealrea to purcUan Mrerel botidred tona
na ul all kiadi at bittern prices. CaU
X.KWU a. BEKD
BTRON REED & GO.
Tb Oldect Ertablisbed
ileal Estate Agency
r. IV NKBEASEA
Kevp k ftimp'tU Alatrart ot Tl)e to all Baal
atFcte in Oa ha and Douglsa cvunty.
SIS. fourteenth St.. Omaha. eh.
BKS J. K VA.NDKIICOOK,
BeaUtw and oOe No.155 16 h t , between
lkJi.e tt andta, itol renue.
Secial ttention paid to obletric and dl
ratei ptruliar lo women anJ cbUdren. Hiti.
. JDX-m W
"Pliysician a nd Surgeon,
Ttttaenth and r-oagaa itrectt, 3d floor, E
O&e boon, 8 to 10 a m. , 1 to 4 p ja.f 6 to 8 p. m
Bealdence ICth and G raro it. II I tf
T. VAN CAMP, M. b.
DfiimiMi bia own meddaaa. aad beaido.
regular practice, makea ipeciaUtlea of Derangt
meau aad Plaeaaea Peculiar to Women, Fiito-
la, PUea and otber Diaeaaea of the Kectum.
- Omciud BeaideBe, Corner FBrnhamianc
villh titmu, first door to tbo rfeht, up atain
Vfcaaks. Neb. Addraaa Lork Box "tH.
3.d W.iKD B.illslUAIIO.i.
HTbneait arofOiaha Precinct Ko thrre,
wUI -it at the uiEre t Lucien K. . , Juti
o!tbeP-ce, west entrancs of Caldvil hlorK
nu 2uJ,3J and 4ta daya I Ai ril, A. 1 . 157 1,
fiojn tbe.ouraof Is m to A p. a. of said daja
f.ir torrectfi'naa-d addit out.
March SO, 1 Wt. tTtJ LU IEV Y H IX,
lttoirrcAKSo Wa b.
SPACLDUG JO Pit OAK,
l,:a SU Bet. Faraham aad Harney,
ScUTjaS O; poll: Oraad Central."
jprcUlly ileported tor tbo Ocuta Dftlly Bre.
hj tfat -tlaatio ud P cific Trlegnph Oo.
General Schenck Mentioned as
Admiral Porter Improving.
Fearfulr,Acdident at,. Pouoh-
Dr. Livingstone'sl Remains Ar
" riva-atSuez: - - '
Wasttisgto'. Mirrh 30.
The condition of Admiral Porter
a' a 1 ite hour to-night, is stated by J
members of his family to be slight
ly impovedJ though not so as ..to
His disease is said to be a tumor in
the stomach, which at times pro
duces spasms, causing immense
Notwithstanding seeming author
ative agents of the rumor that Judge
Richardson will shortly retire from
the Treasury Department, and that
there are very good reasons Sot be
lieving the rumor to be true, and
also that It will be confirmed wi.hin
a few weeks- Judge Richardson, it
h thought, will go to Europe in ca
pacity more suitable to his taste
than duties of the Treasury Depart
ment General Schenck Ls most promi
nently mentioned as successor of
"WAsniXGTOX, March 29.
After mature deliberation on Dio
Lewis's suggestion to begin a w
men's crusade in Washington the
temperance leaders have decided
that in view of the pecular difficul
ties likely to be encountered, not to
adopt but make united efforts to "Or
ganize temperance societies and in
duce persons to join them. Fears
are entertained that the prayer'
movement would meet with diap
proyarof mcjsbers of Congress and
thofianjuro the temperance cause by
prejiMicing tlie Legislature against
measures prohibiting which Con
gress is asked to sanction. Daily
praver nlngs in behalf of total
abstinece are to rw tlr.ued tins
week. The ladies propose to visu
the saloons in companies of two and
three and make personal appeals.
Poukeepsik, N. Y., March 29.
About four o'clock Saturday af
ternoon, as the ferry boat, J. C.
Doughty, was- leaving at this
place, a horse belonging to Mr.
Welsh of Ulster county, became
unmanageable and backed the wag
on containing Mr. Welsh, his wife
and child oft the boat, and before
assistance could be rendered, all
were drowned except Mr. Welsh,
who was fatally injured.
New York, March 29.
The steamer Uvlonia .-ailed yes
terday for Aspinwall, with 740 tons
Pnn.ADKr.rinA, March 29.
Pu-suant to orders from Governor
Hartranfi,the 11 rstreglmcntcf Penn
sylvania militia has been under
a Tub all day waiting developments
at the Susquehanna department.
Three hundred and fifty will leave
for that placo at 8 o'clock to-night.
The first city troops and cavalry
have been ordered to night o the
scene of trouble.
Begun, March 29.
The German parliament has tak
en recess until April ninth.
LoifDON, March 29.
A Standard special dispatch from
Berliri, reports that Bimarck
threatens to resign in consequence
of oppeition in Reichstath to the
Rome, March 29.
The Italian Chambers adjourned
yesterday to meet on the fourteenth
Loxpon", March 30.
It is rumored that there is trouble
botween Roumania and Turkoy,
growing, out of tjie, action of the
formerfor Infringing upon customs
and tariffs, with European powers.
Rome, March 30.
It is reported that King Victor
Emanuel has burnt an address sent
to him from a number of citizens of
Trieste, because it contained obnox
ious sentiments toward Austria?
Paris, March 29.
It is currently rumored that
Rochester Paschal Green has es
caped penal colony from Xew Cale
donia to Austria.
TheAssembly adjourned yesterday
until' the 12th.
Great excitement was,created here
on Saturday by a rumor of the death
of ex-President Thiers, which proved
The Republican candidates for the
Assembly have been elected in the
Department of the Haute Marne.
Madrid, March 29.
Marshall Serrano's attack on
Pedro has been successful.
The Carjists were drjvpn before
Santa Carlist forces in Valccnela un
der the command of General Santa
and hava been defeated by Govern
ment troops with a loss of elghtv
killed and two hundred taken prison
ers.. In the last engagement before
Bilboa, General Primo de Reviva
was seriously and General Loma
JLoxdok, March 29.
The steamer bringing tlie remains
of Dr. Livingstone arrived at Suez
and left by canal for Southampton.
The Times correspondent at Mar
shall Serrano's headquarters tele
graphs that the los In the battlfeof
Friday, before Bilbia, were enor
mous. When the National troops
heard this they refused quarter.
General Loma "was seriously wound
ed and two of his colonels killed.
The Queen will review the troops
of the Ashantee expedition atr 10
o'clock at Windsor' Cattle. After
the review a dinner will be given
the troops. Baronet will be con
ferred on General Woolsey.
The Great University Boat Race.
Cambridge Comes out Aktad.
Wreck of the Ship Moses Day.
jju;n ln.,- - w-i,
The boats having been placed in
pasition, all preliminaries settled,
signal given from the umpires, and
bjth bjats shot forward in a great
struggle for. the University cham
nlfinsliin. Thev kent well together.
j both crews displaying good ad van-
I n w a dh 1 AtvAAll Av r rwtm i w r m w i l
UlgV U.11U C1H.UCUI UiUUlUUCllUtil
appearing to obtain material advan
tage .until they came to the
soap works when the " Cam
bridge commenced gaining stead-""
ily, and at Hammer Smith,-!
bridge a terrific struggle took place
for the lead, both, crews 'strained
every nerve. Caotato, however,
still continued ahead, and at Carney
Rich the boats were about a length
apart, and Oxford had no 'chance
of regaining lost honors. Cam
bridge, without beingheaded during
the whole race, passed the winning
point two lenghth3 in advance, ,Ai
the successful crew passed the win
ning line a prolonged shout aroc
from the multitude, and taking ujj
reached along the whole line. The
backers of Cautab3 were Jubilent over
the successive victories of their
favorites. The winning crew was
quickly surrounded by congratula
ting friends, and cheer after cheer
was given In honor of their victory.
London, 9 a. jr. March 29.
To-day was a great daj' in aquatic
circles, and has been long looked
for. The light oared contest be
tween Cambridge and Oxford,
opened bright and clear. The usu
al crowds of pedestrians at an early
hour, and the roads to Thames dense-
j ly threuged. livery highway from
i London Is crowded with vecbicle
of every description, and the bridg
es crossing the river are already
crowded. -Every available stand
point is . eagerly sought for, and
crowded with people, and steam
boats of nil kinds. Busines of all
kinds Ls neglected to witness the
great struggle for the blue ribbon.
Xevcr was London more numerous
ly represented, Cambridge being
favorites. The water was smooth,
and everything was favorable. The
race to be from Putloy to West
Lake; distant being three miles and
London, larch 23.
The great university" boat race
was rowed this morning, and Cam
bridge is again the victor. The
suspense Of the day is over, and Ox
ford retires with another qefeat.
London, March 28.
There is a prospect, for a good-'day
for the University boat race. The
rowing of the Oxford Crew has
grer.tly improved. The odds" at 6 to
4 on Cambridge. T"'
Rome, 'March 28. .
The Brigands in Calabria have
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kew York Money Market.
New York, March 28.
Money Easy, 34 per cent.
Foreign exchange Firm but dull;
actual bu-ine-s at 483 for 60 days
and 488 for sight. y
Gold Opened active and lower;
caused by realizing tales under in
fluence of apprehension lest Secre
tary of the Treasury willvIncrcae
his gold fale3 next month; price
opened 1 13 1-81 13 1-4.
Governments Lower, l-8l-4.
Currency band? 117: V- i
Stocks Less active and excluded
ana volume or business less impor
tant; heavy tone pervaded the
market at opening and prices drop
ped olT 1-4 to 3-4 per cet. in early
trade but afterwards there was re
covery of 1-8 to 1 per cent., and at
this hour market it steady. Erie
40 1-4; U. P. 37 1-4; P. M. 47 7-8;
W. U. 80 3-8.
New York Produce Market.
New York, March 28.
Brcadstuffs opened quieh
Flour Quiet; superfine State and
Western. 5 75 G 10; extra, 6 25
6 50. r.1
Wheat Dull, No. 1 spring 1 56
(oil 00; No. 2 Chicago 15'11 52;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 9192;
Oats Easy; Western 1 6Q170.
Corn Firm ; Western mixed
Provisions Opened dull.
Leather, Iron, and Wool un
changed. Chicaco Produce Market.
Chicago. March 28.
Flour Dull and unchanged; good
choice spring, extra,-6-3SG OS; me
dium 5 003 25. f-
Wheat Steady and firm; fapril
1 19J; May, 1 23. , ' f
Conu Wealtcr ;"" cash. 62162i ;
april, G2j; May," 64, "' ' "if"
Oats Steady; cash, 43c; April.
43; May,.46J. ' -'
Barley Strong; No. 2, 1 54; No. 3
1 371 40; rejected, 1 251 32.
, Rye Firm; 9092bid.
Highwines 93c bid.
Pork Firm; April 15 00; May,
15 5. -j -
Lard Firm; April 9 12, May 930.
rl Phlpirm I iua CaI U.La
CnicAOo, March 28?J
Hogs Receipts 9.703: market ac-
.. , j, - '. ,- -.
uve anu nrm; prices about ..the
same as yesterday.
Cattle Dull; 4G.
Rheerv ArHro rm Ki?vQ
r .-, .., ;u. j
St Louis Produce Market'
St.- Louis March 28.
Flour Dull and unchaBged.
Wheat .Nominally lower. ?
Corn Slow at 63c in elevator.
Oats Firm at 50c In elevator.
Barley Dull and unchanged.
Rye Higher at 93c,
Whisky Unchanged. . .
Pork igher at 15 7518 J.-
4ard Firm at 9c ; no sales. " i
St.-Louis Live Stock,
St. Loci?, March JM.
Hogs Receipts 345; Market 4
nrm; light, 4 005 00; medium,
5 105 40 ; heavy, 5 50 5 75.
the Wreck of thfCrJBS
- cent City? - -
Sp'aI to ttoiafaa BSX.J
Sax wurexsco, March 28.
A disgatcUfroni' San "Diego, saj-s
the propeUor Colima lost three blades
on the 15ta hrt.tvandput in for
Corros Island. She was put in tow
of steameriArizona, bound for San
Francisco onj,the 27 th Inst.
Washington, "March 28.
The controversy- concerning the
Clinton, Iowa, Railroad bridge
ending in the SeaatecjmmitteeLond
Commerce, ueaivanaevere nas
maue an arjruiiiuiu in iavur n iul
use of the bridgoby all railroad
companies. The committee has ta
ken no action. " g?
The Presidents ofthe Union Pa
ci'V nvrl of the KafiVa? Pao" Rail
roads have had a hearing lefore tlie
House Committee cu l'uci u liail
roads. The pre'Idents Indicated a
desire to adjust their, long pending
differences concerning pro-ratiujj.
No concbifl Vn wa reached.
Western Republican representa
tives point with satifactiiiii to the
fact that the,McCrary transportation
bill was opposed by thealmost unan
imous voto of the democracy, and
that for the second time this session
the democrats, as a paHy, have op
posed the demands of the farmers'
Washington, March 28.
Admiral Porter has been confined
to the house for several weeks with
serious Illness, and was taken very
bad last night, and to-day his con
dition is so. critical as to seriouslj
alarm his friends.
The"Farrngut prize claims will be
paid without further delay. The
prize list has been completed and
transmitted totheFourih Auditor,
"who willjiay claims on application
of the claimant.
A special from London gives the
following shipping items. The
ship Sloses Day from San Francisco
was wrecked on the coast of Min
dano. The crew took boats and
The St. Mark, from San Francis
co for Liverpool, arrived at Cadiz
with pumps broke and fourteen feet
of water in her hold. She wascorn
pelled.to.throw overboard five hun
dred tons of her cargo.
New York, March 28.
A large meeting of the Erie Rail
road laborers on a btrike was held
in Jersev City last night, when it
was resolved to accent the terms of
the company to work for seventeen
and a-half-ccnts per hour. The
men resmo work this morning.
Austin Black, and J. Dusenbury,
gold brokers, were arrested yester
day on an indictment of fraud by
the Grand Jury, charging them
with attempting to induce perjury
of evidence. It is in connection
with their, suit in Uio Supreme
Court, Feb-"arv 18, lat, bv Austin
Black and P. Spaiddlng, against the
Continental Bank, to recover $G3,
125, with interest, from May 1st,
18GG, upon a check deposited with
the plaintiff, who hud an office at
19 Broad street, by John Ross a
forger, and which have tlie certifi
cation of ' the bank. Ross was a
gold speculator, and in May, 18G6,
committed a large numbor of
forgeries, aggregating about five
hundred thousand dollars, with
which he escaped. He purchased
fifty thousand dollars in gold from
Black & Spaulding, giving a certifi
cate check on the Continental Bank
for 5G4,000. The officers of the
bank deny the certification of the
check, and charge collusion be
ween the firm and Jchn II.
Dowell, to obtain payment of the
check' Bail in each case was
fixed at $10,000, in default of which
the prisoners were las', night com
mitted. A special .from Sumpter, South
Carolina; eays A. Furman and Sam
Vincent' negroes, were, hanged on
Friday, morning; for the 'inu.der 6f
Scott, a whitejman, abaut eight
weeks ago. The murder was one of
the most Brutal on record. At least
10,000 people witnessed the execu
tion. .fc'J."P. Atkinson, a discharged Cus-
tom House officer, was arrested yes-
teraay aiiernoon ior aucmpung i
ussassinateR. G. Joyce, a special
agent of the Treasury department.
The attempt was made on one of
the upper corridors of the Custom
Hoase,. after business hours, and
created ah immense excitement in
the Government offices.
SJew York, March 28.
TheJ'acifiq.Mail Steamship Com
pany receivea at their ofVce, to
day, the following cable dispatch
from Aspinwall : The "steamship
Mohingo sailed March ICth from
Panama for San Franci. o i ; City of
Gautemala" arrived at Aspinwall
March 19th and sailed thence for
Sew" York -March 25thj Coustltu
"tion arrived at Panama from San
'FiwieteaitzMarch 21st; Acialio
sailed from Aspinwall for New
YwCOfarch 23d ' an"r 'Henry
Chauncey arrived at Kings
ton, Jatncla,'March 21st, .and sailed
l. III. UM.T V. .WIU .. MM, .. .. W U...
arrived March 24th.
,Last Bight at midnight the ex
press on the Long- Island Railroad
as It passed Farmingdale set tlie un-
;Jerbru6h on tire, and in a short time.
the inhabitants or that village were
aroased to extinguish the flames.
f The village wras saved.notwlthstan-
-du&j-xne-wina mew temauv it is
said that two men namop; Albert
son were burned to death, but the
report l's not confirmed. About four
hundred acres of timber were burn
ed, over. Loss estimated at $150-,
Jeffersqx City, March 28.
As Is usual In the closing dav3 of
.a kjnslative body everything is on
the rash here and the lower House
Is working day and night despite a
Uteres opposition, on tie PAtt of
about a score of members. The bill
Impropriating $81,400 to complete,
rfeteh and support the St. Joseph
LiaaUc Apsr". Tkwas passed.
-a a oi
Sr. Louis, March 28.
The leading manufacturers of this
city have organized an association
for the purpose of protecting them
selves against State Legislation, ad
verse and detrimental to their In
terests. The association Ls composed
of representative men of the various
branches of manufacture here, and
kit is understood to have grown
or ine emra 10 pass a revenue bill,
now penamg m the Legislature;
which, as ls asserted, i3 to impose an
indiscriminate taxation upon tije
manufacturing interests i)fthe city
aaAState. Gerard B. Allen, averv
I prominent citizen and wone of the
most extensive manufacturers of
the city, is President of the associa
r Newv York, MaroU-23.
Bank' statement reflects a 'liWln-
net reserve amouhting to $543,225,
and the excess ouer tho twenty-five
per cent legal requirementis now
The following are the figures.
Loans Increased $ 311,300
Specie Decreased 1,25,700
Legal Tender Increased... 4,007,000
Deposits uecreasca 1,200,200
Circulation -Increased 9,100
Memphis, Ma-ch 23.
The officers of the steamer Cap
ital City which arrived from below
at midnight, report thatthe budies
of Mr. Ostrandcr, Sir. Mundv, and
ab v abjurfourteen"yoars-rld, with
red hair, had been found near the
wreck of the G-ecent City,-and
were awaiting instructions from
their friend'. Captain Goodc, who
went down on the steamer Future
City last' night, will take charge of
Wasiu.vuto.n, -jiftrch 23,
Tlie Treasury Department this
morning issued a ci c lai letter re
voking the'orders rcla'ing to Pow
Gr' attonioy, dated December 18th,
1872, and removing an ordenlisued
May 23d, 1872.
Xoxdox, March 23:
The Prine of Wales and, children,
and the Dake of Edinburgh have
arrived and taken their po.-ition In
the umpires boat. The Cambridge
i3 the favorite by odds.
Boston, March 28.
On first ballot in tlie Legislature
to-day Hoar received 75 votes. Cbr
tis G8, Dawes S3, Adams 13, Banks
7, scattering 3. Twenty members
have gone home.
Richmond, Va., March 23.
Colonel Jas. Mayo, State Treas
urer, was arrested this morning for
the embezzlement of three thous
and dollars. He was xommitted
Wabhinotov, March 2S.
Tho Senate has passed a bill re
moving tbe political disabilities of
Thomas Hardeman of Georgia, and
Wm. T. Cabell of Texas.
BnooivttYN, Maroh 23.
The Congregational Council ls
still in secret session and the pro
ceedings are carefally kept from the
WOOD, HORN a? d IVORY
DdEOES ., Ittn 13th ard 11th.
A'lLIrdortnrnIrxecCtidpromi Ir an
at .ML-i,Dab!eraie-. tuchl cij
Mxnufar titers ot
COPPER .xi) Eirr n;o
1 , WAUK. kk.m.kiw in
Corikiug an 'I Heating motpx.
Tin Koodnj, Spoatl'r ami uttering 'ira
.iiort" 1 otlctr an-i
Ir chit vl
Jei 3T ST . X. X O XV JE3 .
-xa.NrracirBkv or axu psatKH i-
1 jimbr qalHs and Window Shaibs.
'HIUIXOS, EXmtAYINUS AXI'
' icPJCTURE FRAMES.
270 Farnhs-n iiiwt, rornr Flftntb
n the District Court of the
t rttt.nl State for
tb I'Mrlet 01 NehrasVa
In tba ml terotBrrsn m
To whcnl It Q3T coucrrn i
Th un-lersUi-ert. tharlei t HoaV-h'rear
gtTe Dotio- orhls apjoint"- tuient as'v aaign
01 the, estate of iTioa M.Spenear, of Qaha.
In th Ouuntjr of Doujlw. n aaid dU rlct, and
who . lowll; ou the-Rt'idir of ei.ruarT,
A I). 174, adjnned bankrupt upon tbe
pe itlon 01 hl creditoia.
Itatei at Osulu the ad atr of M rrh, A. D.
1871. ti U HOUSEL.
rot'OLAi COfXTT "
At a Probate Court held at Pro'a. Toon
Koota, In and for a 11 r na r, Marrb lltk,
A. I. It 4. Pre-nt, m. LFntMtr.fif
In e Jodje.
In tbe mattfr of tbe estate of Jobn O'Brien.
On filing the duly rerifled petition oMnasta
ti WVO'Hrlen praying tbst administration of
aid eatata mar be granted bfr. Ti?red.Tbt
ATrll". A D. 1374 at 13 o'crock A.H.,ba
braedforli arlns said j-ttl km.whenallpeTMna
laterertedln aaidmattr mzr app'aratapre
bateeourttobebeldattbepro ai court roin,
in and for said conntj', and show cause by
ths prayer of petitioner should not be srast a;
and ttat notice of lt pecdeney r.l said pa Itlon
and the hearing tbrreof, b-idren to all persoia
Interested In Jd matter, by publU'dilg a ropy
of this order fn tbeomaba Wek'j e , anars-
paKrprin m tn sal t county. lortnrees:
iTe w(ju, prior to tzui day oi a carta?.
I tracoDT.r wm. i. par rY
asuuuut rmsxf J
. - - -m m .. .. . - -v
EMBBOIDEBIES ! EMBB03
20,0C0,Tards cf -Hambur-
Nw Yictona Lawns, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Stripes;
rew Jaconets in Plaids and Stripes. New Swiss and Mull
Mnslins, New Piques and Marseilles.
Blacklpacas and Mohairs Another Case of these Popular
Goods Just Opened.
Aa we make a Specially ot tbe above
New Spring lillinery to be Opened
E. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street;
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,?
Ail Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold' lower than any other house in tlie city, consisting of .
URlflOS, IMPRESS CLOTHS, RIPSLLANTi,
ALPACAS & XOHAIKr.,aIso YELYET & BEARER CL0ATON0S.
A FULL STOCS: OF SdAWLS. BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO TJWDERWARE AND WORSTED G-OOD3.
TABLE LIXKX IX Git FAT YAR1E1T. A FULL LIVE OF
EKGLim AW riMERiCAN CARPITS, 01 , MiTPni R'JIS, AND MAU
cheaper rrsiA.isr tihie cheapest
Furnituire, Beddisg3 Mirs-oir
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; nas largely increased his -stock ard now
has a eonrolete assortment oi SINE, M DIU vL and LOW
PRICED goods, wiiicti he is offering at such REbUOED
PR GES as to make it to the interest of everyone dp sirin
anything in this line, to examine his stock befo e purcha '
PAELOBSETS, XOXJKGES &o.. UPHGLSTERTD AND
COVERED TO ORDE
H.. J.. HAH.BI8.
337 JB'iftooxxTjea. JStx-
Petwem tout;la5 and IHxlf.
T JB .A. Iji .
'IPH, POULTRY. QIVZ k VEQETABLE
JKVritAL (IOIIXU STUHE!
1S FAt KUAM STREET,
has a large assortment of tlothin?. Hats, Cjr-t
Ac., which he will ell at prices tg suit ttli rui.
inmrri. Call ami ee. dIStf
13lh SL, bet. Famham and Haruci.
All kind of TAIMlKINt!. CLEANING an
REPAIKINH .Innri renMiiul.lv raita
o. it. n
n i.. v.
j. A.D CVTrLKDEaLEUS.
Onlora lot !np-l hp liif and mutton
nromp 1 j- fillf.1
, ' ' nrrics ii CBEioirro.f s otonr.
'huahff,. m m NciirnlH
AMI PAtTLE ItHOKKK.
SXI.T LAKE CITY, - - CTAII
13 . 7" 1 3ST JO T3L X-ZVX .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner Famham and Elerenth streets,
OMAHA. .... NEkIIAsKA.
Tba foundry In connection with the Van
Dora utchine ahupa,
sr . aso maket -trku
Is new In operation I am prepared to make
ill kinds-of cstinu.
fe'ttimS W SI. FESVICIT.
'' f Tsi is i . ,.,
SUCCESSORS TO HALL BROS.,
M sanfacturars ol
Steam BngizLSs 1 1
Mlaia mb I Mill M.tchlnerj,
TBtallfll-rir. Oasin k.
and all kinds
VqfWr Klnth u4 KtebcU) StrMts.
Vll' Iffk?! f3fiTsifP LaaV
w& mm w w if mm m sK. -
AT OB 31CSSHAN.
PRICES ZjOTSS. TH.1T
FdginKS ardlnserlings of tha Newest and Choi
of this season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOODS,
good, Ladies will
Cud it to tlioir
Cor. 1-sttli aad
JTJlXjILi STOCK 1S73 I
203 Prn)iaru Bij'oo" Om.2x'.
I am now ia.anulactur.Dg all varieties of ejods
and will sell at
E.A. STEIRIN" PKICES.
De.ilcrs in thij State ircl not want lu so East f .1 CAXDIKS.
HAW LEY & BURKS
WHOLESALE AND I5ETAIL Dt-LEBS IN
UTarra. Macb.ia.ery and TRTagohc
X. 13Soith lOJliSrcct.
F. D. COOPER,
MAlSTT-aTACTTTStER CP "WACOITS,
ND vrilOLEUVLE DEALEU IX
Cor.l4th n. cl
23" liioy St.,
WIIITXEY, BAUSEI131AX & CO.,
ITo. S47 Douglas Sfcrsac,
mch;7yi AGKXT.S FOR THC
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Fnll Assortmuil cf Import 1 "WuolrLS. AHWrk ilnrntntrd.
232 .Farnh.am St., - - Oiaalia. Nob.
Sbt3 od ID
VAX DOItN'sS MAC111XE
All kinda of light and heTj
MACHIXEUY A1E REPAIR! I.
M&AU Work UuaranlceJ.1i
25 H ASSET STSEET, - OJfAHA.
- - N BBASr
(OUAJiX. - -
K'E - Bm- i
advantjigc to examine our'Stot-k beforet-
Saturlay. Marcn V
A. UK ULU Kb II A INK, fr
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DUFOXT P 0TT
Ml Vmraltniu Ht BcSMIh A lOih,
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