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OMAHA. -MONDAY MONN
APRIL 27, 1874.
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IHR DAILY BEE.
EDWABDjKOSEWATEE, Editor ad Prop'r
Office So. 138 lamJiMi !. W
JCith ajsd Tenth-
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.? iifiiAHA BUSINESS DttKCTOET.
u-niinr a KVTTII. lis Harner street.
-.. ggween 11th and 12th. deel tl
J Glaae u Pietmre Frames.
J J. BlBhart, 186 Donglas street, dealer ; In
rlndgw glass sad picture frames. f,n
i t to order. -
. ' Jeweler.
v , W. O. SANDEIto. PracUeal JTalcaert
511 Uth street, opposite postoffice. sepUU
UoUi sud fctaoea.
PHIUP LAKO, 1M Farnham street, between
talk and fcietnlh. febl.-ly
il I. LATEY. corner Twelfth and Dougla.
.reU.M-nulacturerand WboWalo Dealer In
JtvTii- n.l Conlectlonerr. Country trad
I,' sMidtad. P,U
-t r r ...
iricOl.AND A Elliott, cc.. .. -
r. W't'at.Hsir.etc. m Farnham street.
r iii.rFi nrurziit. corner iJth and
P 8 amey streets.
k L maaranee annu.
r .r- . f.viyv Pim and Accident
rC Jra!WU.eiet the Post office.
if M. ELGCTTEB, No. 500 Farnham street.
S- v r, iv (ndCaalOBcc.
JOHN iObNSOS. ofice Foteenth st..
' JUUil J
r' vetween Tt
Lt j?W mnalr)ii
from Lrrope, Drafts, Insurance, etc.
T i .. - -
A NEW I-AOSDRV opened at Ml EleTenth
4 Saa'SfffciSS "will KMT order first
xlonae and Slcn rai-
- . a hi- Hausa and 1
r Boal Factory.
ntruTim fiOAl' WORKS. Powell 00'
. .USnSet their StohJI
- Ks . Fire first prxmiums aw.rdeduT Uoug
t tounty and State Fairs, an IuwaltMnl.
f S ? nrA. r. soUcitw. trom the trade
leanw ". "-
E. ESTAEEOJK. W. M. FBASCIS
TTOBNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICK-S. IT. Car. 1 ltnt d Dongl". Oma
O. H. BALL00. ED. B. GLAS450-
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office U Creisbton's ne- block, aoutheast cor
OMJLUi.. - ' EB
C A. BALDWIX.
OBO, X. O'BRISH.
BALD WIS 4t O'BKIEW.
TTOUSEYS AT LAW.
Office CddeJl Block, Doaglas Street,
OMAHA. - - ' NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. COrtIN,
. Attorixoy, Solioitor
OFFICE NO i, VISSaiEB'8 BLOCK.
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
OBceolOlStti St., beU Farakam
asd Douglas, Oaaka, Xeb.
f 0. Box 800. uwu
SAVAGE t MANDERSOU,
Attorneys at Law,
MX FAKNHAM STBEAT.
1AMES w. st'aoB, lomaaa.Hebraakji
8. J. srauii.
QPAIIM rT, PRITP.HFTT.
I lHarra ViA CdUHelOfH at LftW.
Office, 506 Twelfth tttrwt.
As. Lnrk B ana, Omaha. Neb.
W. J. CONNELX,
iUor et XaJfc-
Utrict Attoraej for Seceatl Ji4
OFUCS-South aide ol -Famhiw, between
15th ar tth sta., opposite Court House.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATrOESEI AND C0USSELL0R AT
No. 363 Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHX W. LYTLE,
lttorBeT-at-Law a SelkiUr
OFFIOL-Orer First Hatioial Balk,
Attorney at Law
50312 THIBTBBHTH 8TBBET. OMAHA-
G. W. AMBROSE .
REDICK'S OPERA HOUf 1
DEXf ER L THOMAS,
... a I. :' -.!
JaUe)raej vafv a
JOHN B. WU-".
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
OSse-Rooa 2, Crei?n'oa Block, I . OMAHA,
a-l. 15th ant L'oarUs tte. J mnt
lr attudel to. N- charge u-ls c Ilee
ni are made. Houea to let and rents ol
ectel. It al ntili bought and solJ. apl.u
2T3TO 2C&t lxkt.
4th St. Bf L FArmkajB aai Marf J,
ssMtta Ue Orwa OmoX
IOmaha ice-cremationkts are be
ginning to look to their tunings.
The Chicago Tribune concedes
the palm to Omaha for strategy in
dealing with the crusaders.
Ever since the departure of their
defaulting manager the thirteen
original editors of Mr. Boot's organ
have been praying dovoutly for cur
Somebody with, or without side
whiskers, offered a premium of fivo
hundred dollar to ono of the first
ward clerks of election if he woutd
rectify the ballot box for a re-count
on "Treasurer." Who this muniti
cent rcctiner might have been, it
would be very difficult to guess.
Gerald Massey is to explain to
the Omaha people why God don't
kill the deviL If he could induce
them to believe that the devil is
already dead, the lecture would be
more profitable to him and more in
teresting to his audience. St. Louis
The Democrat is evidently talk
ing by the card. A large majority
of Omaha's devil-may-care popula
tion were formerly prominent citi
zens of St Louis.
A remarkable fact can be'asccrtain
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we have rednced to a very
low Seure all of our clothing and
Gents', furnia oda, far below
the price of any other hous. Over
coats in particular can be bought of
us now at Ieat 25 per cent Iocs than
our former prices. Quick sales and
umall profits is our motto.
Va. GorriiEiMEE, '
feb.8-ly 206 Farnham street
Money loaned on diamond,
watches, jewelry, gem, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 20G Farnham at
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Bailroad tickets bought and sold.
4I.Z. ABOUT Til E V.VTEH "IVOHUS.
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late has grown,
Atd feels it can no longer wait
A goo s zed pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Via" w'sh to cut a swell,
Upon their hi(i)tf ( hill.
We read in the days cf Koah
That water wo ks weretrhd;
The troub'e wa t ey bad no sewers,
Am so the peor 1- died.
Let us then rememlr
If water works we try.
To put in revers pood and Mrori;,
And make our strtets quite dry
And when the thins is done
We'll celebrate at once.
Then everybody in the twa
Will buy their hats of Bunee.
For all new styles that ow are out,
Some City kinda or n ore,
You'.l bnd ibeui cheap st Bunco's
Famous New York store.
The Chinipion Hatter of the Wext,.5 Doug-a-&ir-f.
" raeli 2Ctf
HOTELS V D EE8TATJKABT8.
1KAHA, - - - KEBRA8KA
The largest and best hotel between Chlcag
ind &in Francico.
Opeued new sepleinler 30th, 1S73.
S.T0 tf UK). Til HALL. I'roprietor.
Between 9th and 10th.
CII Rt.KS PtLDlUlMAX Prop.
Cor. 16th St. k Capitol Av
ay Board, g per week; Board and Lod,n
from S5to6; Transient, M per day
ISO PAK-illAM STREET,
Btf-n 10th and 11th.
VICTOR DLCEOSS, - Pro
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVRTTHIHG
In the Market
Open From 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
All Meala Served to Order.
0TSTEE3 BESVED IB EVEET STYLE.
Srame in neaaon. Prices to suit the
BTBOS BKKO. LEtTIS S. EEED
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
Ceop a complete Abstract ot Title to all Ilea
tKatein Oinina and Duuclas coun'y.
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g 2 5H
Sunday Night's Dispatches.
Specially Beportei fcr the Omaha Daily Ber,
hj the Atlantic and P.ciSo Telegraph Co.
Castelar Declares Himself
Favor of a Republic.
Prospect of a Compromise on
Free Banking and the Re
tirement of Greenbacks.
The Arkansas Governors
Retain Their Armies.
Madrid, April 26.
A rumor is current that the Car
lists have asked Marshal Serrano
for an amnesty.
London, April 20.
Senor Castelar has written a letter
in which he declares himself in
favor of a federal Republic.
London, April 27.
The accountants appointed to in
vestigate the books of tho Erie Rail
way Company sail 'for New York
The Grand Duke Alexis is the
only member of the Imperial fam
aljf who will accompany tho Czar
on his visit to England.
Liverpool, April 20.
The steamships Haleatia, from
New York, and Illinois from Phila
delphia, have arrived out
London, April 20.
Advices from Constantinople are
to the effect that the Lucy Canal
difficulty has been settled by M. De
Lessep's acceptance of the tonnage
vote proscribed by the International
Berlin, April 26.
Emperor "William in person closed
the session of the Riechstag yester
day with a formal speech of no gen
Memphis, April 20.
There is nothing later of import
ance from the seat of war at Little
Rock, the trio Governors still retain
their armies, and aro preparing to
drill them regularly. Recruiting is
going on in nearly all the towns of
the State, though feecretly, and arms
arefc "ir forward from here and St.
Chicago, April 27.
The cast wing of the old court
house was sold on Saturday, at pub
lic auction, toThos. Maken,forS10,
000. The old Globe theater in this, city
was totally destroyed by liro this
Washington, April 20.
There have been many interviews
between Congressmen to-day, and
the result is that the prospects of
a compromise on free banking and
'he retirement of the greenbacks
e mtinue to increase. Senator
Morton is now acting with the more
moderate western men, and is un
derstood to haveassented to a scheme
which also commands the support
of some of the strongest of tijc hard
money men of the east. It is now
thought that the proposed inflation
address will not bo Issued to the
The nomination of McCook for
Governor of Colorado, though
favorably reported on ljy the com
mittee on Territories, still hangs
lire in the Senate where it has been
the subject of a very animated dis
cussion. The charges against him
arc most elaborate, and aro sup
ported by voluminous testimony
and take time for examination.
NEy Oulbaks, APr" 26
Captain Banks who has just re
turned from a trip through the over
flowed portion of Northern Louis
iana, writes to a member of the re
lief committee that the tabular
statement of the damages in the
immediate districts heretofore pre
sented to the committee are much
too small. He submits figures
whichjshow that 11,000 are In act
ual want. In the parishes North of
Louisiana added to the large num
ber living outside of the settlements
on bayous and on the creeks makes
no less than Jjo.OOO n that district.
Th extent of the damage is justbV
ginning to be understood. It in
volves 5000,000 acres and 7,800 peo
ple. The richest and largest cotton
producing parishes are Inundated,
embracing two and a half million
acres of cotton land, besides a largo
amount of corn land. The
sugar producing parishes show an
equal amount of ruin and suffering.
Two and a half millions acres of
tilled and untitled sugar lands being
overflown; tho rice and grain crops
and many cattle wpro aso de
stroyed. It is believed that in less
than sixty days the number of per
sons "requiring aid will amount to
50,000. In Avayalles and St Lan
dry parishes, not Including tho
above estimate, is a district 25 to SO
miles wide overflown and 10,000
people rendered homeless.
Topeka, Kas., April 25.
The Topeka Steel and Iron Works,
have started up making the first
bar of rallraad iron ever rolled in
Kansas. A large crowd was in at
tendance, and were very enthusiastic
over the inauguration of this im
portant enterprise. The company
have work enough engaged to keep
them busy a year.
Holmes' flQunsM navp3Hct; mv
tion for a new trial, but it is not
probable that the motion will be
granted by Judge Foster.
The Richings Bernard concert
was considered the best of tho
JLfONDON, April 25.
The death of John Phillips, the
geologist, is announced. He was a
nephew of William Smithjthe father
of tho British geologist, and was 73
years of age.
Madrid, April 25.
.-Malcampo has been appointed
Captain General of th PhjlUpine
Islands. " --'-
4 O'CLOCK P. H.
Gret Destruction of Property
in Louisiana by the Over
flow of thB Mississippi.
Heavy Rains and Floods in Ala
bama. 2TEW YOHS
Organization of a Crema
New York, April 25
The Herald's Washington special
says: Senator Sargent had the vote
reconsidered, by which the House
bill providing for free coinage of
gold was indefinitely postponed and
the bill placed on the calendar. It
h. expected that the bill will pass
without opposition when all rea
sons are presented. It is claimed
that it is necessary, in the present
condition for the United States
to place it upon terms of
equality with Great Britain, where
gold is and has been for two hun
dred years coined without charge.
A large amount of bullion is an
nually exported, which, under the
operations of the pending bill, would
be coined in this country, and the
inijwrtation of foreign coin and
bullion will thereby be encouraged.
The passage of this bill will be re
turned to the practice of the Gov
ernment prior to 1853, and will
have a strong influence in preparing
the way for specie payment.
Dr. Linderman, director of
the mint received a letter
from the director of tho
mint in Paris, in which he expresses
himself strongly in favor of the
preservation of the double standard
of gold and silver in Franco, and
adds that silver has rendered an
imtnnticn cori-inn to rlin frnnnri- Im
the payment of the ransom imioscf
pn France by the unfortunate events
of 1870. 'iihe treasury department
has received an important letjser
from the superintendent of te
assay office at New York, announc
ing the exhaustion of the appro
priation, and that he would be coin
pellet! t ' vn notice to the public that
the functions of his office will expire
by limitation of statutes on the 27th.
inst., at which time all nieltiijg must
case. The director of the mint tel
egraphed that he must keep the as
say office open and do the best he
could under tho circumstances to
meet the requirements of depositors.
The attention of Coiigresshas "been
called to existing embarrassments
at the mints, but without eflfect
New ORLEANSJ&pril 25.
A letter from a planterin Carroll
Parish says that froin,the overflow
there will 27 plantations in that
Parish that will make no cotton at
all, and 11 that may make half a
crop, and 29 that'are good for a full
Vater from tho Bonnet Corre
and McClelland crevasses has over
flowed Grand Point settlement, in
St. James' Parish,iforclng many to
quit their homoj, and seek protec
tion in other neighborhood.
The engineer of the levee com
pany reports that the crevasse
Hickey's is beyond control. lit 7s
f"Uvuquartorof a milo wide and
about 10 feotdebp.' Mr. Rick
ey's residence, a two-story
huine cottage was taken
up by tho flood and carried to
the back part of the plantation and
lodged against a tree. Almost the
entire parisli WestBaton Rouge and
the whole of parish Eberville, lying
on the right hank of the Mississippi
River are uuder water.
Washington, April 25.
The President received a request
from the President of the Argentlnp
Republic," asking the privilege of
placing at West Point six young
men, graduates of a military school
established by that republic. The
Argentine government proposes to
pay the expenses of the young men.
As the President has no authority
in tho premises, the letter has been
laid before the House Committee
on Military Affairs for its action.
Ogden, April 24.
A man named T. M. Vineyard,
arrived here yesterday from jN ova
da, accompanied by a Mr. Harrel, a
stock dealer, in whose employ he
has been for sgyeral j'cara, stopped
at the Janction House, for the pur
pose of settling with his employer.
He received some sixteen hundred
dollars from Mr. Harrel, wh.o prp,
vailed upon him to express his
money to his own address, in care of
his father, at Elizabeth, 111. He
then went to his room at the hotel.
When Mr. Harrel went after him,
ho fouud him lying dead on tho
floor, ho having shot himself
through the heart. He was consid
ered of unsound rpjnrf, having re
ceived severe Injuries about ' the
head a year or two ago, and it was
partially on account of his strange
actions that induced his employer to
accompany him this far on his j'our-
Selma, Ala., Aprl 25.
Heavy rains have fallen here
within the past two days. Streams
in every direction have greatly
swollen. The Alabama River Js
now within two inches of the high
water mark of 1872, and the coun
try below has been flooded, causing
immense damage to orops. The
prospects for the latter are gloomy.
St. Louis, April 25.
Nearly three thousand dollars and
a large quantity of flour, corn, meal
bacon, eto., have been contributed
on 'Change for tho benefit of the
sufferers by the overflow of then
lower Mississippi River. All of the
committee appointed on Wednesday
are at work, but have not reported
yet, "At a meeting of tho general
committee it was decided to invest
all tho money collected in food and
supplies and ship them to New Or
leans, in charge of an agent selected
by the committee? who will deliver
them to Mayor Wiltze.
Boston, April 25.
Inother installment often thous
and dollars was sent to the Mayor
of New Orleans this foredooirlbir
the Louisiana sufferers. "" """si.
Nov York, A
The Crematica Society
meeting last mgnt to
ganization and to discuss
tion of burning the dead.
ence was small but select
the most eminent men
present. But one lad
Addresses favoring th
society were made b
Caswell, Prof. Barnard
Columbia College, Re
thingham and others.
that a bill for inco;
society was now befo:
ture, and might
The society makes
itself to burn bodies'
provided the relativ
ceased person shall
speaker stated that
be burned at a cost
It to eight
dollars. It is the
tion of the
Society as soon as
incorporated, to 1
in the outskirts
piece of land
Be, city, and
thereon erect buil
where bodies m
a business like at
si ve man-
ncr. The cos.t i
furnaces is calc
at about ten
other meet Inc
will be held soo
hen a number
of scientific pa
bearing on the
is, April 24.
Rain and wi
western malls are,
many of the bride
blown to sea
away. Nine men
fnm the south-w
picked up" by a
which arrived here!
Londi. April 25.
The death of Prefcooor John
Phillips, of OxfordJLTnlversity, was
caused by an accidtat.
Partial in vesication Into the
circumstance attending the acci
dent of the steadier Amerique shows
that tho hull vgas perfectly water
tight. The acciwnt was caused by
the valves beinjjjleftopen.
& Paris, April 25.
It is statec en reliable authority
that two AjAricans, named Frank
Riggs andiWm. Payne, intended to
have aiiostile meeting, on the bor
der ofJtelgium, but were prevented
by tha"pblice, who Interfered com
pelling the would bo combatants to
returato this city. A rumor says
that in old feud exftted between the
fathB of the young men, which was
ajwetext for the meetinrr. But thn
feal- cause, probably, is an affray.
which took place between the fath
ers of the parties a fortnight previ
ously, at tie Washington club, of
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York' Produce Market.
New York, April 25.
Breadstuffs Opened quiet; gen
Flour Steady; superfine, State
and Western 5 706 00; extra 6 10
7 70. '
Wheat Quiet; No 1 spring, 1 58
1 04; No. 2 1531 54.
Oats Steady; mixed
Pork Old mess, 15 t0lG 00;
new, 10 7G17 00. '
Bacon Short fib lQc; short clear
Pickled Hams 1QJ10,
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. LouiSj AprjU'5.
Flourr-QuIet, prices weaker.
Wheat More active; No.2sprine
1 Corn Inactive, 65G7 on track.
Oats Firm; 5152 on track.
Rye Unchanged, and little busi
Lard Quiet, 9309 40
Chicago Produce Market.
CracAOo, April 25.
Flour Dull and lower; good and
choice spring extras, 5 500 25; low
medium, 5 0050; supers, 4 00
Wheat Firm May, 1 25 J; June,
Corn Easier; May, 63; June,
Oats Firm; cash, 4qjj May, 46J;
Barleys-Quiet; -1 581 60; No. 3,
J grj .
Pork Steady; May at 1615
16 20; June, 16 40.
Lard Steady; May, 9 0: June,
New York Money Market,
New York, April 24, 1 p ar.
Gold Opened at Hi12 3-6
closed yesterday, dropping to 12k
vwhioh is the present price.
jonn A. Zerega, gold broker,
failed this morning
Money Active 56 per cent
Sterling Exghango i 80 "for CO
daysj 4 89 for sight.
Governments Opened weak
now firmer on account of better
gold and exchange,
Currency Sixes 1 16.
Stocks Opened weak, dropped
from to 1-6, afterward recovered
and at tins hour highest prices of
th.9d.ay ore quoted as having ad
vanced lto 2 percent; W. tJ. sold
down to 6.8; U. P. 30; P. if, 39; R,
I. 9S; C. 0, J, C, 21: W- U. now
sSlUng at 7Jj; U. P. 3il, P. M. 42;
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louts, April 24.
Hogs Receipts 3,000. There were
none offered alive, and dressed were
steady and firm at 7 007 15.
Cattle Receipts 600. Market
fairly active for good to prime steers,
Sheep Receipts 5,000. Market
firm. Medium and clipped to choice
unshorn held at 6 008 75,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 24.
Cattle Receipts 2500; quiet, firm,
fair to choice at 5 75; extra 6 12
6 40; stockers 4 004 82.
Hogs Receipts 15,000; active and
steady; common 4 755 40; medi
um 5 305 90; good to choice 5 6Q
" Sheep Receipts 2S0; quiet, easy,
closed dull; common to choice 4 50
(a ee, una to caoioe 9 twi w. ,
Two Prominent Liberals Elect
ed to the House of
The Crew of the French Steam-
Kingston, Jamaica, April 25.
The colony continues to progress,
and agriculture generally may be
said to be thriving. The'late high
price of cofl'ee has inspired small cul
tivators to increase con-iderably
their areas of cultivation. The cable
communications have been resum
ed between the West Indies and the
United States, and also of South
America. A special steamship
packet company, which cets114.-
000 per annum, for semi-monthly
conveyance of mails between South
Amsterdam and the West
Indies, have got a sev
en years' renewal of the con
tract for eighty thousand pounds.
Five other companies v ere unsuc
cessful competitors. The inhabi
tants of this colony are extremely
anxious that the government should
grant ff subsidy of four thousand
five hundred pounds for mail service
oetween tins place and New York
to the PaciticIail Company which
is giving great satisfaction, and do
ing much to afford contentment
among tho merchants who are glad
to see a few hundred passengers in
me city ior a uay.
Affairs in Hayti are in a very un
satisfactory condition; a revolution
is feared, and it may break out at
any moment. The north has its
candidate for the Pre-idency, but
the President's message is pledged
to deliver the Presidency only to
General Dominiquo, Vice President,
who is a southern candidate.
aue i-uiiLu martiet is greatly ce
pressed, there being an indication
of a rainy season setting in.
London, April 25.
In the House of Lords, yesterday,
Marquis Salisbury, Secreta.y of
State for India, said the next liar
vest in India promi-ed to be abund
ant and the prtiscut provision against
famine was undoubtedly ample. In
the House of Commons, Mr. Smal
let moved that tho suddenness 'of
the late dissolution of Parliament
is desorvinjr of the eensuro of ihn
House. He characterized tho not
as a coup tie etat, by hlch tho last
government sought, unconstitution
ally, to retain power. He declared
that Mr. Gladstone had resorted
to stratagem, which was ungenerous
to his friends, insolent to his op
ponents and barely honest to the
nation. Mr. Whaley seconded the
motion. Mr. Gladstone signalized
the assertion that a dissolution was
secretly planned as untrue, absurd
and impossible. He challenged a
repetition of the word trickster,
which had been applied to him, and
upon a refusal from Mr. Smallet to
repeat it, he charged him with a
lack of decency and manliness. Ho
defended the act of dissolution,
which he declared would have been
more Inconvenient had it been
postponed. On concluding his
speech,, Mr. Gladstone 16ft the
House The motion was negatived
without discussion. Much excite
ment was manifested during and
at tho close of the debate. The last
parliamentary election in Wakefield
has been annulled on account of
Messrs. John Holmes aud Henry
Fawcett, Liberals, has been elected
iu iuc jauusu 01 uorP" ... r
""'..c,) , oy
two thousand major-
corresnondent of the Dailv
News at Plymouth reports that tho
crew of the French steamer Ameriqe
Madrid, April 25.
Three million reals, intended for
the Carlists, have been seized in
London, April 25.
The steamer Silesia "that sailed
from New York on April lith, for
Hamburg, is aground in the Elbe
river, and is reported to be in a
The Oldest EsiaDiisheu
Caldwell, Hamilton k Co.,
xJn$ines tranacted name as
or an Incorporated llauk.
Accounts kept iu Currency or (.old
subject to sight check without no
tice. Certificates of Depo-.it issued pay
able ou demand, or at fixed date
bearing interest at six percent, per
annum, and available iq in all part
of the country.
Advances made to customers on
approved securities at market rates
Buy and sell d'old, Rills or Ex
change, Government, Mule, County,
and City Uonds.
We give .special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and other Corpo
rate Loans issued within the Mato.
Draw Sight Drafts ou England,
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
Sell European Passage Tickets.
collections PK6MITLY made.
Save Your PaparRags:
Patronize Home Industry
H.BERTHOLD, l&i and 165 Pougla tre
between 10th ami lltb, north side, making a
PAPE 3 lib IX OMAHA,
Desires to purchase. MTeral hundred tonso
ran of all kind, at Eastern prices. Cash on
delit ery. 1a2
ASD CATTLE BUOSER,
ALT LAKE Crrr, - - TJTAn
CESTRAIr CLOTIXO 8JT0REI
ISC FARNHAM STREET,
as a lan;i assortment of Clothin;, (Tats. Caps
re, vniek ne win eu at rf in suii-nis cos
ilnmoft 'Osll and
xi. "W xo-ao:
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Farnham and Qcrentb
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST-
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SPRI1TG" -A:Tj-jD SUIMlILVEIEiR, SEASON
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Co thing 3 Gents' Furnishing
Comprises ike iatsst IToveltiss.
THE LATEST STTZXES IIT HATS A2TD CAPS.
AiiliC UlSU il
WE "WILL SELL
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AD. RETAIL,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock ofFresbfNew Goods Just Opeaed to be
sold lower thai! any other aouse in the citv. ooiKJp
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAYEIl CLOAJOSOS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO TTNDERWARE AND "WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIXNEX IX GIIEAT VARIETY. A FDLL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS , HATTI2B RU13. AND HATS
oheafeb rDttJLisr tibus oheabpst
ttot !?S vDg 5eit.ainins: to the FURNITURE and UP- -HOLSTER
Y trade; nas largely increased his stock and now
kas : a .complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
PglOED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desrrrnlr
anything in this line, to examine his stock before pirrchS?
PARLOB SETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED ANn
COVERED TO ORDER.
SOS Efvi-li.i-itxx S3ti-oor.eo-JTV.
CROCS RIE S,
Ac, &c. &c.
S. K. C OR.rlTKATII and FARXIIA7I.
Schneider & Burmester
TIN', COPPER AND SHEET IKOi
WARE. DEALERS IS
Cooking and Moating StOTes.
Tin Rooflnjr, Spouting and Guttering don
short Lotice and in the best manner,
itteen trret sept24d)
RS.J.K.VAS RCOO ,
Resldene and office No.5$ lfl'h s., between
Dodge st. and Cai Itol Tenue.
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dis
eases piculiar to women and children. Dtf.
"WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGES:., betn 13th and lltb,
Aitkin s ol turning executed promp'lr and
at recsonat le price). ruihlOm."
MOFUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, ETC , ETC.
171 FirnhanT., 8. E. Cor. 11th 8t
OMAHA, .... NEB
D. COOKE. 0. It. BALLOU.
AND CATTLE DEALERS.
Orders for dressed bogs, bet and motion
nrncx in canGirros's block,
iriLLHLLJI k TAYLOR,
Htaand Chicago streets,
For sale in large or small quantities ulted
or .moVeii side meats, breakfast bseon. h ms,
.boulders, dried bet and smoked buSalo. Pure
leaf lard by the barrel, or put up n 10, 15. 23
or'40 lb. siacd cans. To our "J-ONE HUC11"
brand ot hams and breakfast baron we InTlle
heattentloa of tb Uaoe. Orders pr.mptly
-AND DEALERS I.V-
rnil Ailllft 111 ItllV7.
OTJRG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
FALL STOCK:, 1S73 !
1: 1.Sfl'g1 u t
f uuLiMum vuuiJULh
-- J- JiXiIjIDT131VrQ
DRAPER & TAILOR
AND DEALER IN-
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
r'u'l Assortment or Impo.teMiooieus. All Work Vfarrauted.
232 2Tarnh.amSt, - - OrG.ai,a XTe"b
O'l K r T
W. 33. HXCHAEtDSOlT.
OJWX A TT r ,
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
ADd3Innnncturcr of Dry an 1 Saturated llsaOn-and SUjallUnx Felt.
Hoofing, Pitcn, Coal, Tar, Etc.,
ROOFING in sny niTt of Nebraska orad.olaini States
12th street. AdJrcsj 1 O. ISor .'.
a. e. si nr ie3
DEALER IN CXGAkS.
532 FIFTEENTH: ST.,
CKEIC--aO'07Vr Jt3Xa O OBC.
2 III Ka ration.
act. it tii
171 Cor. Karoham nuil Klereutli (s.
All kinds ot TAILORING, Oranln; and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURMsllINQ COOOS constantly on band
and sold cheap,
G. A. LEXllQUEVT. -
Merchant Tailor !
too i'akxiia'i av.
Between Tenth and LUventh Stne-Ls.
Gents' burnishing Goods.
CLiBK & FREMU.
And dealers in
I Id D VltVlTS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
OKDEBS OXJCXTZO XXD tZOVrtVC VILLXO
mill VfiTTrpiT? ni.i
1..4U. j.voj.is.0 VlUtilUl
JUL HELLMAN So CO.
Office ojpojlto the Gas Works, on
VA2J DOJJN'S MACHINE
liht and heary
HACIIIXEKY 3IADE& KEPAIBED.
AU Work Guaranteed.-
2 HAESBY BTfiEET.
So to $20
PER DAY. AgenUwant
Ail Alt !.. r .
liUIiepIffofB ther mt .... h T-.5.
more money at wor. for us in lhir skin 7Z
u.n,n,..,.i .:'""." ""' "
I actical Well and CIstcru Xa&er
Makes, Ceaaj aai Impairs 'WeUj b. Cist-rat
Ooodaal h cap. Work guaranteed. Ar
at Herzkes Hotel, on lenta stiet,op--'r
Lnino House. - 'J.W
"WILLIAM S5XAUER. .
225 ramliaa Street, - - Oc-la, Stb
-UOLE3ALEAXDBCrAIL OEAIXB IX
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
JOID H. GREEN,
UBAIN, FLOUR XSU FEED,.
n. - ys "-"T v
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