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OMAHA, WEDN"tSDA.Y M(
NING-. ARIL 1, 1874
EDWABD hOSEWATEB. Editor '
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TEB- OF SOUSCEIPTIOH:
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OMAHA BUSINESS DPCTORT.
Crocker IW-t rle r.
.McCLUBEASMITH, IK a"
tfttween Uth and 12th. '""
Glaaa a Pletsu "as--
J. Be-hart, 1W DougUs aire, -
-indoVRlasa ami P'Ct-r. frame.. OUring
ion to order.
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r nth Elwn'h. '
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n.rH MrViXIN. Fire end AcHo
M. FVtOTTr.K. . 200 Farnham at--
L . ,F...t..nclClll10"w'
-Iwm-ti I-""" -rW.fw. Insurance, etc.
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Painters. Tenth street. "n " ,patI
aU n..n..l '? . ", l, tvw.i-
8oa To.-.. Wire. aA Potta-attami
hi oanty and Ptstf Fairs, aivnr,..,.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFF E-S. W.C.r.Hth.-d lg g---h,
.H.-MA0U. ED. B GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Oo,ln Crelghtooew . -
ATTOUSEYS AT LAW.
Offiee-Oalu-ell Block, Dough-Slree,
OMAHA, - - "
JOHN C. C0..1N,
nrvrCE-NO 1. VISSCHEB'S BLOCS,
T. W. T. Klchurds,
Attorney at Law,
OBce 510 13th St.. bet. Far-ham
and Doa?la, Omaha, Xc.
T 0. Box 800. '""
bAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
J4S FABNHAM 8TBEAT.
a. i. a-ac.
SKAUW Gt rniiuuui n
AtUrBej md Counselors at Law.
OOce, SOU TweUtb KrmU
ita r.v " ana. Omaha, Keh.
W, J. CONNELX
District Attnniej Tor SeceM Ja-
OFFICE South side of Farnham, between
lMh and 16th ata., oppoalte Coort Bona-.
XTT0RLT AND COUNSELLOR AT
CIO HA NEB.
40 UN W. LYTLE,
itlora cT-at-Law m- Srildtwr
OFTIOB-OTer Fiwt Htlol Bab-,
C. W. A3IBR0SE,
Cttornoy - -t l-c
HEDIC-'S 01'ERA HOUSK
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Atorey aad C-Mler at Law.
OFnOE-Eooa 8. VlKr'a Slack.
- - NEB.
Cor. 16th St, dtCapitol Av.
ar Board, H per iretk; Boar- aid Lodf-g
GHATS, FLOUR AN FKE,
Or. MtBth l
The Democratic Convention play
ed a savage joke on our shirt collar
That Democratic convention ras
as harmonious as a cracked snare
Canada Bill, is out of town and
that will prevent Omaha from se
curing a reform Mayor.
Navigation on Salt river will
re-open next Tuesday. The Demo
cratic convention has just manned
a craft to explore that briny stream.
People who want to patronizo
home industry had better invest in
Wolfs black mailing Omaha direc
tory. It was printed in Milwaukee.
Mb. Edward Johnson had better
muzzle the Herald. The premature
laudations of that sheet have alrea
dy made fifty votes for Baumer.
THE case of Jones vs. Brown is to
be tried at the Court House next
Tuesday. The jury will be out all
day, but the verdict is almost sure
Council Bluffs is sounding the
loud timbrel over the report of the
Omaha Water Works Committee.
They were as fihy of thesb water
works as the devil I of holy water.
Whats the matter with the Dem
ocrats? The Herald insisted upon
nominating a ne party Board of
Education, and they persist in defy
ing their organ by insisting upon a
square party contest
When the Republican echoed the
base and libc)Jou3 utterances pub
lished by a Woif in shaop's cloth
ing through his Milwaukee made
Omaha Directory, it simply gave
another exhibition of its venomous
malignity. No decent Journalist
would aid or encourage an itinerant
scavenger In villifying a contem
porary because its editor had declin
ed to puff his advertising nostrums.
Such dirty work can only be hired
in thp columns of that collapsed
concern. Since the Republican
seems anxious to re-open the circu
lation controversy, wo shall afford
it an excellent opportunity at an
Knocked Down ! k
A remarkable fact can be ascertain
ed by invpatigatina; our stock and
prices that we Lave reJnced to a very
low f.cruro all of our clotbing and
Genu', furnishing goods, fr below
t'ie ptice of. ny other house. Oter
coats in particular cin be bought of
ua now at least 25 per cent Ica than
our former prices. Quick sales and
amal profits is our motto.
feb.3-ly 208 Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watcher jewelry, gem, pistols, and
merchandifo in geneKil, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 206 I'arnham st
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railrond ti.-kets IwMieht iind wld
IE1 -A- S T.
3 TRAINS DAILY !
K VK ST. " OOIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
theodgb: without ohakqs
NEW Y OKIl
Arrlral of Ti fram t' t "Weit.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Juffalo & Boston
Keru r Koartb li. stunt 'la,
. I on -, nd -tO.y Prlnclp-1 K-U--Sjr
Uflicca In tur West.
mias. barcock. c k khsselu
S'lhcrn ra. Ae't, W.afu Pa-a. Ag t.
Dali-s Texas. Xamsas t iit.
lonNE-BisirsoN. chas. e. follett,
a3Bt IsDiASAPO-ta. St Lobu.
tTl Csr. Karnbam snd KlaTcnt-i ta.
Al kladt ol TAILORINQ, Hranlne and r
nairl g done at rt"Hontl.'.e tatea. A fin e lot
FUllNt-HIKa flOoDS coiu.asUj oa i
and "ld ct'ean. -li;it
Save T PapRr Rags
J?aronize Home Industry
H. BF.RTHOt.ri, 1M and IBS Tonsla. tn
hetKH l"th and 11th, noith aldr, nuking a
ra-Kemcsta to build ..
PIPE It MILL IN OXaiIA,
Dealrta to pure-tse aerrral hundred torn
ran of all -liida at Eastern pricea. 6.,lt
' ' G. JL. LEXPqUr.ST,
1T FAKn.N -f.
Kelt to co iert,t Ten-h a'reet, lerp on hand
a fine lot 01
.j' FaraU t
Spedalljr Seponad lor ti. OBaha Dally Bt;
hj the Atlaatio sad F ciflo Telegraph Co.
Congr as 3iunal.
Favorable Reports from the
Washington. March 31.
Mr. Ferry from the Finance Com
mittee reported lavorably on the bill
authorizing the coinage of twenty
cent silver pieces; placed on lile.
The Senate then proceeded to the
discussion uf the bills on the calen
der; pending the discussion the
morning hour expired, and the Sen
ate resumed the consideration of the
bill providing for resumption and
re-issue of United Stated notes; and
f. r free banking.
Alter some discussion on the de
cision of the chair yesterday, ruling
out Mr. Sherman's motion to amend
section 4, as not in order, pending
Mr. Morton's motion to strike out
the section, in the course of which
it appeared that the decision of the
chair was in accordance wilh the
rules of the Senate, though at vaii
auce with its practice.
Mr. Carpenter, (Anthony in the
chair), moved an amendment to
ihe'l-th rule U'hjch would admit ol
aa amendment to a section or para
raph propo.-ed to be stricken out,
a d move such an amendment i.
p.iOtHie-Ce ; agreed to.
Mr. Merrill Vt.) then moved to
amend the 4ih section bysubstituting
90 per cent for 70 per cent, as the
amount of United States notes to be
retired as additional bank currency
Mr. Morton's moilGfi tC 5triko out
the 4th section, was then agreed to,
-9 to 27, the following Western Sen
ators voting in the negative : Chan
dler, Hager, Howe, Jones, Sarsrent,
Schurz, Sherman, Stewart, Thur
man, and Window.
Mr. Gordon offered an amend
ment providing for free banking,
and to give each state the same
amount of circulation in proportion
to the wealth and population, as the
state of Maine now has. Mr Logan
accepted this in view of his amend
ment offered on Friday last, -
Mr. Fenton offered an amend
ment repealing section 23 of the act
of June, 18C4, providing that na
tional bank currency bo taken at
par, and providing a central point of
redemption in legal tenders for such
notes; rejected, yeas 14, nays 87.
Mr. . Buckingham offered an
amendment providing for the re
demption in January, 1876, in coin,
or 5 per cent, gold bearing ten year's
bonds of United States legal tender
notes; rejected, ycas-fil,- nays 80r
""Mr. Sargent moved to adjourn;
carried, 27 to 20. Adjourned.
Mr. Fenton presented a memorial
of South Carolina tax payers, ask
ing relief from the misrule and cor
ruption prevailing under the State
Government Referred to Judiciary
Mr. Sargent Col. presented a
memorial of 7,276 citizens of Colo;
rado, setting forth the evils of liquor
traffic, and asking prohibitory leg
islation. Referred to the Finance
Washington. March 31.
The bill was under discussion yc.
tcrdaj', providing for the payment
of bonds of the Louisville and
f ortland canal company.
Mr. Dawes presented a petition
from the tax payers of South Caro
lina, reciting an excessive taxation
to which the people of that State
were subjected, and that the pro
coeds of such taxation "are system
atically squandered and stolen and
not used for the legitimate purposes
of the Government, and asking
Congress to consider their condition
and devise some means of relief.
Tho petition was referred to the
At tho elosp of tho debate Mr.
Clymer moved -"substitute for Mr.
Wheeler's amendment proposing in
the event of the State of Kentucky,
refusing to cede the Jurisdiction of
the canal to the United States.
The tolls on canals shall be raised to
existing "rates; rejected. Mr.
Wheeler's amendment offered yes
terday was then agreed to 130 to 95.
The bill as amended passed and the
Houap rasumed the consideration of
the currency bill. Speeches vera
made bv Messrs. Hubbell and
Sherwood in favor. Mr. Movers
introduced a bill for the relief of
the commissioners to the Vienna
exposition: referred to a committee.
Washington, March 31.
Efforts are making to Induce del
egations of business men from lead
ing cities to visit Washington and
urge the exercise of the veto power
in the event of inflation legislation
The WayB and Means Committee
have determined upon a personal ex
amination of the Secretary of the
Treasury and treasury officials in
the Sanborn matter.
Fears existthat Admiral Porter will
not recover. He has a tumor in the
Messrs. Dawes and Hoar have
both practically abandoned their
hopes of an election for United
Boston, March 31.
The first ballot of U. S. Senator
to-day resulted as follows: Dawes
95, Hoar 78, Curtic 76, Banks 6,
Adams 15; necessary to choice 13S.
FcovinENCE, March 31.
Considerable excitement was oc
casioned here to-day among busi
nessmen owing to announcemeat
that the National Bank of Com
merce had entered proceedings in
bankruptcy against the A. &W.
Sprague Manufacturing Company.
Petitions are in circulation and are
being numerously signed by stock
holders of the Bank, In question to
induce its officers to suspend pro
ceedings. Public feeling is intense
on the street
Thomas McGeehan in whose de
fence C. L. Vallandingham was en
gaged when he killed himself, was
shot twice and mortally wounded at
Hamilton last night He was re
quired by the citizens to leave after
the last trial and only returned a
few dyi ago. .
Arch-Bishop Wetcher Arrested
The War in Spain.
The Republicans still Advancing!
Threatened Complications Be
tween France and Germany.
A Batch of Cuban News.
The Escape of Rochefort.
Havana, March 31.
Carlos and Gorcia, for&erly noto
rious highwaymen, who afterwards
served as Insurgent leaders, but
were pardoued. by Cabllero de
Rodas and Antonio Gouzales, were
discovered yesteiday by two gende
arms en route from Santa Maiia Del
Rosario to Jesus Del Moute, in the
subuibds of Havana. Gen de
Armes followed them, and on catch
ing up at the latter place was as
sisted by some policemen, who at
tempted to arrest Goicia. He and
his accomplice resisted, when shot
were exchanged. Go uzalcs received
live ballets in his body, causing his
death. Gorcia escaped.
A severe drought prevails in most
parts of the jurisdiction of the
island and animals are suffering for
want of water.
London, March 30.
The Daily Telegraph's Australia
correspoudent says Henri Rochefoot
and his companions escaped from
New Caledonia in a small open
boat They had been three days at
sea when they were picked up by a
British sailing vessel and brought to
Australia port. Rochefoot has tele-
-ed to "ari3 for ""- - "
tenuis to visit the United States and
lecture in New York and other
American cities before he returns to
Europe, wheie he will probably lake
up hi- residence in Brussels.
Puus, March 31. I
Recent debates in the Assembly.'
from their, general tone audobarac
ter. have w eakened the cotlidence
of "the country in the permanence of
the seven years Presidential system.
The apprehension is 'becoming
popular that France and Germany
will soon be again involvedJn dan
gerous complications, and that any
early renewal of the late war
London, March 31.
The report from Bilboathrough
Carlists channels, is that;- fighting
was resumed Saturday morning nd
lasted all day- The Repjjblican
attacked but inadeno impression
on the carlists lines, meeting with
repulsion at every point1 Their
loss is estimated at 4,000 killed and
wounded, while that of the Carlists
London, Marcti"31. ""
There ha9 been heavy losses on
both sides in battles before Bilboa.
Santader is crowded with wounded
from the Republican ranks. The
Carlist's bombarding.force has par
tially suspended the bombardment
of Bilboa in order to turn their guns
against Servianos' army.
London, 0 a. m., March' 31.
The Messagerlcs Maritime steam
ship Nile was lout on her last voyage
from Hong Kong to Yokohama and
all of her passengers drowned. A
mong them were the Japanes Com
missioners to the Vienna Exposi
tion. -" m Madrid, March 31.
Official advices from Marshall
Serrano's headquarters, say his
army Is advancing nearer to
Abanto and maintaining bonbard
ment on that town.
Archbishon Metchersbeen was
arrestedat Cologne and imprisoned,
"him were not
Paris, March 31.
Gen. Cbanceyhas been authorized
to declare Algeria in a state of siege,
in order to restrain violent abuse of
the radical journals in the colony.
An official dispatch dated' Sombr
rostro, Friday night, saj-s that the
final attack on Abanto has again
Madrid, March 31.
Cannonading at Abanto waa con
tinued on Saturday andv. Sunday;
Tne condition of General Loma Is
Chicago, Hock Bland
mid Pacific II. 11.
THE GRAND CENTRAL BOITE r-ROU
0JJAIIA TO CIIJCAG0
AND THE EA'ST,
Via Dea Moines WTerport and Rock Island.
All rs!sei txi Trains are equipped with the
v'Ernso"OUsK l atkt Air Bri bs and
Miller's Pa eu talety P.atforni and Cuupltr.
2 Fast Exprr" Ti aln LeaT Hatlj.
C ntuclln;: us fol o:
AT Dt" JIOINE- wl h the Dea Mulnea Vsller
Railmul, tur Oik .Out,, Ot.uuiwi, Keokuk
and St. Loi.li
AT i 1M L -llh the Central Railroad of
low. f..r all polnis n..rt. to SuPaui.
ATWhSl lIUEi.TY with the Borllngfn,
Cedar Kspids A Miunesoia RMlioad, for
Bur incton elsr Kapuls, I uboque ft .
Pail, At WIL1 ON UU.SC- IOM with the
t)ut -We-trn tai ch for HBaUne.
Wsshi poi and all p int toutk-
Al DAVE PORI 'wlihthe l-ate-pon - ai
Pa 1 lUllroadlor po ma nonha
AT iO K I-LAN1' wlthtba Wtrn Union
i:a Imad lor Fr-p- t, Beloit. 'da-', Mli
lrauke an I a 1 pointa in nonhern I llnol
and Wlc nln. r
Ai R H.K. LSIAM -llh tna uocuc-o, v c
fj!smtn Su Louis R Utoad foi 5tv Louis
. nd pMnts outh. iW
Al RCK ISlADwttl t' e PcrlaAPck
Tjl.-d lUilrojd for PeoiU an .iata aU
AT BU "KAU JUNC w th b-stlch. tor Mtu
rv. Larere, Chilllcothp and,lVoria.
AT LA SALl E with thelUfsol. Ceatral Ball
road for points uoithandaaBih.
AT CHICAtjO with aU liiaat,orUiard
THROUGH" TICET8 to all Eastern eltiea,
Tla his Una, can be procured, and ny injor
nation i.buinrd. conomiDz pntnta ai the
tietofic-of tberouinja . li' Famhim St.,
Omabsuaid laost the patadpal Jc-et oAotf
the 11' e
o tbe U PJJL
BaLgC-rp riieckrd Tbrfinfk . U
rrtnflp I Ks-tfB Po UW.
A.3I V Tl,
Gei'l Pa-s'r Art
r H. -ACET,
Ticket A jent.
ion of Travel and
the Erie Rail-
in Honor of Senator
rl! Cooner Insti-
rt . it . '
The CMhierrof Security Bank,
New?Torxf Aosconds witn
tion to travel and
on the Erie road
freight, &c, is now
rough as usual.
usIiims lias lasted
2Gth Inst No
freights until j-es-
lence was" cai
:ed to both live
a siecial says:
e strike is virtually
ended nd th
wn will be held
under toe ma:
al law soineuiue
yet Tjpbps artf provisioned
TheJolonel !t the First Pennsyl
vauiCregimenls was notified that
theyfltrlkers lad fifty pounds
of? nitro a glj'cerine and
intended t) bloiv up the machine
snbpsand he immediately doubled
I,rie olllcials ap
et The company
io aooui one
lion dollars by the
UP The Board of
ircctors and Secu-
rlty bank of tin
city, have decided
sine, it uavintr
ceas.Kl to be pn
table. The bank
c luilure and by
lost heavily by
its cashier ab
ouding with over
3100,000. Depositors will lose noth
ing. Stockholdgrsgcttrom 30 to 50
conts on the dollar,
Stocks were decided weak yester
day afternoon, the only exception
being Union Pacific, firm. The
weakness was caused by the depies
sion in Loudon Sjpck Market, and
news of the panicTjfaere, the latter,
however, waslutcorduoratcd. The
District Attornevhas procured a list
of loans negotiated on worthless
ecurities bv S. Callaiden, ox-Bank
JExamincr nationniuanks. here, and
'"Philadelphia. 'The whole amount
exceeds 3400,000. The banks ad
vancing money were the National
Bank and the Commonwealth,
t-ince suspended, S3",000; Continen
tal, $2,000; American National,
$12,000 ; Atlantic National, suspend
ed, S7,000 ; First National, S12,000;
Shoes and Leather, 514,000; Third"
National, $10,000; National Mer
chants', S2.000 ; National Currency,
$21,000; Civing National, S1.000;
Gceau National failed, $11,900;
Ninth National, S10.000; Union
Square Bank failed $17,000 ; Broad
way National, S10.000'; Fourth Na
tional of Philadelphia, S120.000. '
A London dispatch received on
Wall street yesteiday afternoon just
before the cljie of business, reported
a severe depression in domestic 'f-e-curitics
therewith a decline, averag
ing three per cent and a panicy
feeling hi the murker. This nws,
if conlirped to-day, may causecon
siderable excitement on Wall street
The war between the great railroad
trunk lines on thesubject of carrying
immigrants is assuming interesting
proportions, and is likely to result in
a great reduction of rates, much to
thebeneflt of emigrants. The Erie,
Pennsylvania and New York Cen
tral roads are engaged In a hot com
petition on the inatter. One of these
companies, it is said, contracted
with a majority of steamships to
carrv their their emigrant passen
gers west, paying the steamship
companies 20 to 30 per cent commis
sloj. A letter from Judgo Pierpont to
Senator Sherman, Chairman of the
Senate finance committee, publish
ed to-day, takes strong grounds
against Jnllation, advises finding of
legal tender by issuing 5400,000,000
worth of 30 years gold bonds of
whicb,S20,000,000 can be sold month
ly, for'greenbacks. National banks
he recommends be allowed to de
posit with the treasury $100,000 or
more of these bonds and receive
national currency-with ten per cent
of face value of bonds, also advises
govprnrnent (o except coupons in
payment of Eastean duties.
New York. March 31,
Memorial service In nonor of San
tor Sumner was held last evening
at Cooper Institute bj the colored
people of this city with grand suc
cess. The pillars in front of the
platform was draped In mourning,
and over the platform were "the
words : MDo not let the civil rights
bill fail." J. Butler presided, and
after prayer by the Rev. Mr, Thom
as, he pronounceu an eloquent eujo
gy on the departed Senator, who ho
described in glowing teiins, as the
liberator and benefactor of the col
ored people in this country.
Sew Havek, March 31.
In the case of the State vs. Alex.
Troupe, of the evening JJnion, ac
cused of charging one Ellis with
being a ballot box stutter, was de
cided In the City Court this morning
by Judge Harrison. The defendant
was found not guilty, the Judge de
ciding thrt what was published was
true There is great excitement
among Democratic ward politicians
aad Troup threatens to have Ellis
Jersey City, March 31.
A large amount of freights has ac
cumulated at the Erie depots here,
and there are but very few carloads
of grain from the west. This accu
mulation it is claimed will cause no
block on the road, and the Superin
tendent states that everything will
be working smoothly and all freighs
becleared off within three daj-s. It
is reported that the strikers disabled,
Juut.t CI i ., -xarch 31
Mrs. 31. K.3Ietzeler, clalrvoyaut,
convicted of causing deaU by abor
tion of Ida W. vau of ewari.to,
day was sentenceC ten yeVfs in
tne state prison anu pay a fine of
1 3-11 - r
KARXETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Monearket.
New York, March 31.
Monoj Good supply; 45 per
Exchange Dull and heavy ; 4 85
for 60 days, 4 88 for sight
Gold-Oyened active at 113, fell
to 112t, and is now selling at 113 J.
Governments Strong, especially
10 40s: coupons 1 15: resistered.
1 14 ; currency 60 1 17.
Stocks Opened feverish and ex
cited; U P, principal feature, ad
vanced 38 J; WU advanced to 80;
Lake Shore 75 to 80. The market
is now steady without snecial fea
ture ; Erie 38 j ; W U 80; U P 33.
New York Produce Market.
New York, March 31.
Breads tuffs - Quiet.
Flour Stead; superfine State and
Westerns 756 15.
Wheat Firm; higher prices ask
ed, but not obtainable. No. 1 spring
1 481 62; No 2, Chicago 1 521 52;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring, 1571 58.
Corn-Quiet and steady at 8790.
Oats Quiet at 5560 for mixed.
Pork Old Mess 15 2515 50rnew
16 5016 16 75.
Leather, iron and wool unchang
ed. Chicago Produce Market.
CincAao, March 31
Wheat Firm; cash buyers'
t J'Jj; April, 1 1UJ; May, 124$.
Corn Quiet; cash, 01; April,
61J; May, 64. '
Oats Steady; cash, 42j; April,
42J;May, 4Qt '''
Barley Nominal; No. 2, 1 5S
Highwincs 93c bid.
Rye 9092 bid.
Pork Steady; cash, it 00; April,
15 00; May, 15 25; June, 15 50.
Lard Quiet; cash, 9 12; April,
9 12J9 15; May, 9 259 30.
St. Loiiis Produce Market.
St. Louis, March 31.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Dull ; prices unchunged.
Corn Steady at 6162 on track.
Oats Steady; 49 on track.
Barley Dull at 1 63.
Rye Higher at959Sc.
Whisky Stead a: JJj.
Pork Firm ; 16 00.
Lard Steady $t 9o:
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, March 31.
Hogs Receipts 9,000; market
quiet, with sales at 5 006 00; com
mon to choice bulk, o 255 50.
t- Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, March 31.
Hogs Receipts, 1,567; Market"
quiet ; 4 755 00 ; heavy, 5 255 50,
"WOOD, HORN and IVORY
n 13th and Uth.
A'l llnd of tnrnl g executed iimmp'l- and
at i eason ab'a i al&. uibluraS
i j car dto
S87 JPifteezxti Stir
Between Douglas aod Dodge,
'IFH, F0UL1ET. OAKE 4 VEGETABLE
&C rs -4A perl7- Anemi -anted 1
f0 I" $U All rUtwa m -i.rklnv
, io o fit'ier rex, ' oani or old nUrmo't
iaar fP'k for as in ihelr spa e m nienis,
1 1 i- .t nie.than at an JthlDg elw. AUdres
) u . ca Pnrtipt v.(n ro.R.
O. COOKK. O. II. B LLOC.
COOK- BALI V.
AND CATTLK DEaLEUS.
r drrtard hogs, b rl and mutton
prontp ly fUlrd
orncB tx carts-tox ' bukx,
,.. -- - - - leraka
Al CATTLE BRIlKEa,
BTAKEaTY, - - UTAH.
NEW GOODS !
Saece--or to F LMeDonald, E eo ner of 10th
and Farnham street., respectlnlly announces to
thedut.iOu-tbat - h.-t ipeo-i
Clilc oC,e and Fr -laloaa
TOBACCO aod CIGARS,
Which be will ill aalo- atblowt In the
citj- Call aod ex-mine ha Block, and prlca
E-MIBEOIIDE-RZEi!S! em:3eozideeibs !
PRICES XiOWEB. TK,"T EVER.
20,000 Yards cf Hamburg Edgings and Insertings of the Ne-wrstaad Choi cest Fatten:
of this season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOOD?, &0.
New Victoria Lawns, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Strip 33,
New Jaconets in Plaids and. Stripes. New Swiss and iViul
Muslins. New Piques and SVTarseLles.
Black Alpacas and Mohairs Anothsr Case of these Popular
Goods Just Opened.
As xr mnka a Specialty ol the above goods, Ladtts will finl it to their advanta3a to eximina our Stock before
New Spring Millinery to be Opened Satnrlay. Maroli 7.
- BA. -
E. A. BROWN, 218 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to te
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPBLLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEAVER CLOAIOSGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SdAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
Tiai-ies' a.xr o r :iif is'
MERINO UNDERWARE AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE IIMTEK IK GREAT TAME IT. A FULL LINE 0
EKGLI-H AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OTi CLOTHS , MIT .HI M13, m MATJ.
CTH-EULJPJEIJEZ, T,SI-AlT T-HIIE C-EEC-B AEST JP
Furniture, Bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertainina; to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock and now
has a complete assortment oi FINE, MElIU.vi and LOW
PrtlOLD goods, wiiich ne is offering at such REUOED
PR OES as to make it to the interest of everyone dp.siriug
anything in this line, to examine his stock befo e purcnas
ing. PAR LOR SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTER! D AND
COV-ERED TO QRD.K.
LEWIS . JCO
BYRON REED & CO.
The Oldest LsUMlstied
Real Estate Agency
Keop a complete AbUrart of lllle to all Baal
sil i tein Oin ha and tkiuglos cuud r.
ht Konnif rtili M.. (ImuliH. Neb.
3 d WvKD It UIsTHAIIOx.
Th-Ilpi:l.t arolOiaha Prelnct Ko. ibwe,
will it at lh? office 1 Laclen V. al-, Jutl.e
ol theP ace, et entrancjol Cald 1 t-Iock.
idi eiuI,:H .uil4t mays I Airil, A. I .la71,
f-oiu the i.oursoj 9 a iu to ." p. m. 01 salil daja
f r corrections a d ad.ilt on..
MircJi .6, lo74. t7i LUi IEn F II A LE,
1'racUcal "Well and CIteru Maker
Makej, Ceari id J Impairs Wella&Cuttrat
Good an I tbrap. 'Vork gairanteel. App
ai llerrke's Hotel, on lealh st xt, oppori
En.liir House. Utuil
Whercasddault ha been made in tbc rondl
ilono( chaitei moitjjjga Leariog U.te May
1st 1873, exwule.. bj Ji.nieU hcele and
Mi.tui uTuursio tu Luun Ko-., to .ecure
tbe pay ui ut ot to p oia sorj notes (onbo
ruuiol SljO.sch, I ereu tlje wIiUmi. uor.
gM,e, and tCT t"lr pa jab e to sjIu LuuIm U us.
i.r or 'cr, t.t nx ai.J leu bulbs (rcini -l.le re
p.t.ilel). si.d ;en4 ly lo.nuin etrstat tlie
aieoi telre perw Of. icrti uum,i0 berth
said note U I maturing has Iwwi ui orl and
.aldmurlg gna-bigntU toOils II li.llou, aud
wi e eas s la uiorusi;" " rtcciTtd fur rrcurd
Iu the ottl e ol Ilo Clerk ot Va gUs Couuty,
eOIa3t. May 2d, A, V. 1873, at 'OoMots,
a. St.. and reuirdwl in FookM ol MorLa.e.
paAeo49, aua abereas there Is cMaial to l
due on -aid last ui, turing pute. at ti.o dau ol
b Hrl pubilutiun ut tb nutlee, the rum of
Sill. 7. beidis8eu.isuf (Tuttst, wh.cbls the
lull riuunt due ur to beuuue due unaer said
iuurtga..e. No , tberei-rr, bjx irtue of 'be
po tro site, couta ntd la said niMitjpixe, I
liailexpusefor.alrtoiueuijutslbik! rat tbe
fr.ui lur tbrprei iMa, kunn ss the Uelle
Union he tie, No 157 Kruhim tie-t, luttie
C t of Omshj. i nun y and Slate afor .ld, n
h.'3 si . t uf M-nh 1 74. at lu o'clock . M .
tbe I lluwlug prep rt docribed in said moru
aje.tuw.t: Tbe frae buiidiK sliua e on
ib et -1 feet of lo s uneacd to, In bio k
li l.uii-r d and tbl't-four, ou Farnham
street, in ti e lynf tuaba. County 1 Uoi f
i s, an fetate of Nebr si., and l,truierlx
ki.owuaslbe rur pen ls.ur-ur, more tj
tent y 'l-e belie Unlou ibnaue; also all
right and t tli to i be 1 a ol tb-s preulMW on
wbic said bulldlnj Is slluale : alio one lor
cbsi,oucoc., o e ir-rooinstoe, lx (Us
decant rs, three Olttrr lioltlr-. ucock-isli slf
er,.lz patcl bar s oo. on- plated shaker,
two.-iner-, one heatlnj riore, o e luoilkg
glass, tenty fo rb r tumb rs, twenty-four
I -roomtha rs eight .pttoons one barroom
wa er wl r. too irunt window urula-, iw
curtans, cne vludnw si Iruib, use ofSce
stote-, onebar-ro. m pi cber, twe r chalra oue
st pl.dd r, hre liasi faucets an three floor
, i, , saiuly beiln 1 id mortne.
li I U. HtlXOU,
A ilgnra uf said nioitgaKe.
Spiun A Pi It a it, itorneys,
Tue inon ss e Is a llou. nod to the 30 a day
cf Aurll, lt74, at 10 o'clock A. X , at tbe same
l,.e. O U. BALLOU,
ispann A Frltcbrlt. Atiorneya. mc&ntl
W arc li 31. t, 187 1.
City Meat Market.
Bee? c-gtantly oa haad
LARGE SOPPy OF
Cor. lth. and Fara-iam Sts ,
L.T - . STOOEZ, 1873 I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
20S ft .3 a. B -oo -r r -lT- -l.
I am ncrw manulacturing sll rarietias of sjods
and will sell at
-B.A. ST.BT E? ER, T O S.
Dealers In this -late u cl not w.nit to tri Eist f i L'AXDlKS.
HAW LEY & BURKS
WHOLESALE ANDHETAILDELERS IX
Tar. --lacliiiiory and Wagons,
So. 1 a So th 10lh Street,
F. D. COOP.SR,
Cor. X-tt. and Uraoy StM-,
WHITXEY, BATJSEIIjI.VX & CO.,
ITo, 247 Douglas Strsst,
mcbnyi avTFOU 7nE
AND DEAL"l IX
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Fa'l Assor m m ol Im.io Ud Vfuolttm. lll Work Warranted.
2.32 rarnhsm St..
m .1 !
AU kinds of light and Leary
1CACULNEKY MADE& BEPAIBED.
W&-AU 'Work Guaranteed.-
J53 HA--ET BT2EET, - OJCAHa.
171 Tta - S. E. Cer. llti Et
VLE DEALEU IK
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DTJPO'T POtTDFtt CO.
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