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OMAHA.- WEDNESDAY MORN
APRIL 29, 1874.
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EDWARD kOSEWAK, EdUac d Prttfr
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JOHN C. C0rt3?
1FFICE-KO. 2, VISSCaES WUK3L,
W. T. Biclirircls,
omey at Law.
cc.iiuitn SU, UOU r.
and Douzlas. Oauka, He. .
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AGE & MANDERSOU,
ittoruey8 at Law,
2 FARNHAM 8TBBAT.
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Atteraers and Ceuweeeri wt Law
OSoe, SOS Twelfth
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w. j. comraix.
ounsellor Jb X",wr
A1TD Jt. armrsa
jftrlct Attoraej ler Sciiti
Icil District. ""
OFVICS South aide ol Farnham, hetvt
15th Klh at., oppoait Gout Woa
A.TT0BNEI ASD CODSSELL tf
K. SSO Farahaa Street
OMAHA '- HXB.
JOHN W. LYTLEr
OFFIOb -OrwTirrt Satieaal
PAHKB GODiyi, r
Attorney at XWr
(Campbell' Bktk.l -
5091-2 T2IBTEEKTB STSSn'rOKAXA.
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G. W. AMBBOSE ,
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KEDICt'S OPEKA BtlX
II DEXTER L. THOMAS, '
Frnsy aai Ceaasclor-at law.
JOB E. KKLLKT, I I
Attomev 1 Counselorat'Law
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"COLLECTIONS SOUTTED AKD HaOXPTv
J ly attends! to. charge nlas llec
tloat are made, llou-cs to let and reata col
ccted. It al estate bought and aol J. aplTtf
How lat larket
KPAt7I.stXO sWVAatJI at. OC
41k St aat. Fartkui aa Ksraey,
"Have pedestrians the rights of
the public streets?" asks the Xw
York Herald. We should judge
not from the appearance of Omaha
The New-Orleans" Eepublican, of
last Taesdsyj publishes a, tabular
statement, estimating th damage
already doneXby the flood in
Ksur of Louisiana, at
eighteen million dollars.
The He York Herald discov
rd TJvlnestone and ha enjoyed
the supreme satisfacUon of burying I
him. The Omana Jiwriuu cuuuia u
have discovered Vining, and Mr..
VIning's near relatives- are getting
aeriously alarmed at the possible fa
Tins nexttlme' theGrand3t-f
AlexfejJ'isijPnphiJ h will b ac
companied by General S'fiouvaioff.
It is to bo-'honedthe Omaha X,XX
-iu i-j-.-fionnr-il ShnveL-off
.1' ..' '-U-VX TTft .would
lO BlttY pel !!" fcj er - -
makesuc&an efficient Street Com-
a . x l-JL .,.
1CouHett'winre'4iDP8 t6 ,mme"
diate' sfepi for tlia appropriate re--eeptibntof
ktha llouorablc. Baiqt
I Jatrickpbannon O. Hawcs, whoac
A '1 il.' 4 tUa Buijia "Wnihintrton
correspondent, wjll leave the na
tional capi tat for: Omaha,.durin&tiie
51 i L ,Knockeai)owj "
A remarkable fact can be ascertain
ed b.iBretigting our stock and
prices tkat.wehas reduced to a very
loirieura all of, our f cloUiiag and
f Gente'. furnish od9, far oeiow
tbe-price of any other house. Over
cot iS-particulac can be bought of
jiisnow at leait 25 per cent less than
oar former prices.. Quick sales and
small profitsis our motto.
Ph. JQotthedE, .
206 Farnham street, ,
Money . loaned on diamonds,
watchesJewelry, gems, pistola and
merchandise in general, at rh. Gott-
helmet's, 20G Farnham at
- Unredeemed pledges for sale. . .
Railroad tickets bought and eold.
4Xt. BeCTTHEWTED 'OUK5.
Theceatral tltj of tbe West
Quito proud of late has gron,
Ai d feeU It can no Jon.er wait
v J A gooA alced pond to own.
Tbe greatest ciUea of tbe world
Who wish to ent a swell,
At once erect a ieerlr
Upon their hlgneat hilL
,We rcad'IjrtbedsTs ofKcah " t
a ' Tfcif water wo-ks were tried; -Tbe
trouble was t er hadnosewerf,
An so inepeori' oiea.
Lt us tbeu remember -
It water works we trjr.
To pat In tea era coed andtlrorg.
And make our itricu quite dry X
And when 'the thlog Is done
k-We'lI oaUWal eat once, ,
WIU buy their hats ol hunce.
For all new styles that i ow are out,
Some ntty kinds or ore.
You'll Awl btsm cheap at Bunco's j
Famous New York store.
Tbe CJjimp on Hatter of th j West, 2M Doug
Tbe largest and best howl between Chicago
jOtwnea new September 30th, 1573.
sVHl U UOv. AXVAAu. cmpKiauir
Between 9th and 10th.
CHAsttLJCS JtMiitmitii Frpp.
-Cor. 16th SL i(gpitg!ly.
tHoajM pec week; Board M aVoAfiBg 'i
nia'r'"Ff minenijiuurv0'' -
anoar asu. Ht?'a f "B
BTEOH REED A W.
The OUeat EaUMUbed
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of Title to all Eea.
tKau In Oia ha and Douglas coumy.
S'JslONT tT. X. TONUS
LaaBsrrmtsit as4 Wiideir Shades,
f.MRlOS, EXQBATINS AXD
770 Fare bstw atjwt, corner FlftMtnlh
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The Ani Business,
Government (Printing Swindles.
,Sanbom Case Marriage in; High
Lile rersonaiuies, .cic.
Washtnotox, April 23,
Editor Bib: v t j
From present indications and with
the conditioir of important legiala'-"
tlve matters, we may look for a pro
tracted session of the' present-Congress.
sriyfy. fejbbills of importance
have been passed, and nearly, all of
the aDnronrlation bilU hunjrfire.i
JEhe reason for this state of affairs is
partly due to the ovor-zealpusness
on tho-paitof jsomomembers to ob-
.tain for themselves?' .a record.for
pvatghfulnessand economy. So.far
has this economical spirit entered
into tho proceodiugs, that legislation
of this ohawetoT has become clogged,
and it is only with tho greatest dif-
Iculty that necessarj' appropriations
can be made.
Aims FOB NEBRASKA.
Forseveral'tfays nast, a bill intro-
Ulueod by Senator HitchcocK, au
thorizing the Secretary, of War to
issue arms tothepeopleoffebraskaj
has been under discussion in the
Senate. It wilL probably pass iu a
few days. During the. debate, this
morning, Sir. Buckingham, of Con
necticut roUercd rn amendment
that the Secretary alsoiissue-hrms to.;
the Indians, Of course tuc amenu-
mentVas rejeptedhufc Hvery aptly
illustrated the ignorance of Indian
character, possessed by a United
jStates senator.uckmgham;Lproba- j
bly never saw an Inuianxceptin
a museum, but as ho will positively
retire atthejjloitfof thepre3ent ses
sion, hecan then have time to run
out west and learn what an asslie
made of himself, about something
he knew nothing about.
NEWS KOTES. y ,
Of course the curjenoypquqstion
has beetkihe pjief (jpfcofcpnversalj-.
Jion here'for some Ume pastL ' ThV
inflationists liave a' clear, .wbrkintr
Umajorityjn the Senate, and perhaps
tue samp in tno ttouse. '.nere is a
strong lobby hero from NoWrTVork
and elsewhere working against a
further increase, and, it is claimed'
that the have the "President ..with
them, 'It is claimed by them that
,he. wUl. veto auy bi tending to
wards a further issue.'
Thehvestigation of the District
affairs has so far elicited nothing
derogatory to the Board.of Public
Works, and the memoralists have
not made a singlo . point against
Governor Shepherd, but on the con
trary have clearly established the
fact that ho is a man of great ener
gy, spotless integrity, Ixnd an officer
of. great executive ability. He has
transformed Washington from an
offensive mudhole into a beautiful
an( attractive city, and., made it
'what jt 8.hVyjJdbtG;the pride of the
Nation. ' ""
THE GOVERNMENT PBIXTINO
- . .OEEICE-
This institution during
ten yean lias grown to
-, W - . -,w
nvop I "Ml
people; but during this time it has
ritko grown corrupt and rotten, as the
investigation now .pending! snows,
and it will -very probably" Ofc. abol
ished. Tire present Superintendent,
wlille perhaps not criininnlly guilty,
has surrouhdea'hlmseh" vt'itjj a class
of men who have taken advantage;
of eveTydppor'tnhlty to' enrich them
selves alpublic' expense. Perhaps
the removal ofClapp- and .the ap
pointment of a,compe.toht" man in.
his stead "will ""work the necessary
reform, but "certain it" is" that; a
change Is demanded, and that
gj BUELL'S. CASE.
We-recently had a conversation
with'Mr. A. C. Buell, who, as you
already know was arrested for slun
.derlng Senator Chandler, and be
informed the 'BEg correspondent
that he could provq the charge to
the satisfaction "of" an intelligent
jury. We hope so, for Buell is a
good and conscientious journalist,
-.ana if Chandler, was", sober at thc'.
time Buell said, he wjjs drunk, it
was a condition in 'which be or his
friends seldom find him.
'.Society Is all agog' over the coming
marriiigesf''EarIy-in next month
Miss Grant and Mr. Sartorris lead
oiTtobo followed by Miss Minnie
Sherman arid Engineer Fitch, cf
tho navy. Mr. Sartorris' is" nere
snaking arrangements for the event1
.He is a whole-souled youmr Entrlsh-
irian with an income of $00,000 per
year, and oomes of a good old Eng
lish family. He and Miss Urant
can be seen most every evening
driving out in a four-in-hand e'quip
page of the most gorgeous descrip
tion. They arc 'generally accom
panied by Mrs. Grant, which must
certainly be vexatious to the joung
THE SANBORN AFFAIR,
The smoke and noise of the above
scandalous transaction has. not vet
blown'bvbr, arid the crowd of finan
ciers who are here asking the re
moval of Richardson from the
Treasury Department are using it
,with such efRct that it is very prob
able -the 'President will notify him
thaf his resignation is acceptable at
an early day, Sanborn was before
tho committee several times last
week, and admitted one day that he
"had made clear, after paving ex
penses, $261,000. It U probable that
the whole system of moieties will
be abolished, and other means taken
to collect deficient revenue.
He.nry i Atkinson" Is here again
rom Brownville, Pat. O'Hawes
will probablyleave for Omaha' in a
few days. For the flrt time, during
tliis winter Nebrasklans are not
plentiful here. Cottonwood.
225 Famiain Strtet, - - Oxaia, Hek
WHOUCULE JISD StSXAll. BSAX.EB IX
FURNITURE, BEDDING. ETC
C. J stX&MaAaXTCT,
vn tirmma KlereaaOa ,,
All kinds of TAILOKISO, Oeanlns and re-
pairl-g done at reiaonable rates. A fine lot of
FUBSI.-HISG hoods consiaaUy on tand
and Sold clieap.
6. A. LEMiqDEsT.
190 FABJUUH T. , v
Between Tenth and Eleven th StnnU.
Gents' ynrnlehtng Goods.
Tuesday Night's Dispatches
Specially Beported for the Oath Daily Bee,
br the Atlantic and Pcic Telegraph Co.
Washington, April 23.
At the expiration of the morning
hpurIr. Wright moved to lay
aside the pending order and proceed
to consider the finance bill and the
President's veto message.-
Mr. Sherman moved they be made
a special "order for Monday next. A
long debate ensued.
ilr. Logan of the Committee on
military affairs reported favorably
authorizing appointment and pro--niotions
in the medical, and ordi
nance department of the army.
The morning hour expired, and
"Mr. Wright moved the pending or
der, JhEjlVOiiiaJana bill, be. laid
.asiaeai)dTU)e finance bill with the
President's veto be takVn up He
said Mr. Morton gave notice" last
week he would move to take up tbe
bill to-day. He wassow confined
to his house by sickness, but was
rWiliing the bill should be taken
Mr. Conkling said no notice had
beeji .give that the bill wouki be
called up to-day. Mr. Edmonds
aid Mr. Schurz was absent, and re
quested'hlm to ask the Senate not
to -proceed to the consideration of
the Jinance bill until his return on
Thursday. "Mr, Sherman moved to
make thc"speciaforder for Monday
next. Mr. Conkling urged,. tbe pro
priety of delaying the vote until the
absent Senators returned, apd finally
asked, unanimous- consent to have
Friday-next at 2 o'clock, fixed fur
the consideration of the bill, when
tho 'vote would be taken without
doubts Mri'Thurinan thought the.
matter must provoke discussion.
He didn't understand that there
was a great diversity of opinion
amongN the administration Sena
tors. He longed for tho return of
the goodold days of Andrew Jack
s6n; when'the President had a
,wapjij6m.r nflutnco upon Coh:
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gress,, when'the polioy and view of
the administration had some
Mr."Edmonds said the difference
between republican and democrat!)
aaministratlons was that In thi
former the President attended
his constitutional duties, while
jauKson'u aays lfeiaemocratic sona
tors fated to support anv measure
of tho admfnlsfrallon he r was no?Y?ZaK??u m.we few x.orK
allowed-to hold any position in bii
"In tho republican party oveTy sen
ator had the right to his own opinion
rii n.. nneitn i.ii
UJ 1AI31UUU IU Uta
Mr. Thurman denied the correct,
ness of Mr. Edmond's assertions
and declared every successful" ad
ministrationjfaad exerted aWrhole
'sbme influence on its party int'Con
gress, and cited the San Domingo
question as on where the President's
executive influence was felCk.and
Mr. Sumner, as an example of, sen
ators, ostracised And removed 'train
1-theTicarroT-a-connnTttee bi iu of
ins opposition to the executtye will.
Mr. Edmonds denied that Sum
ner was removed from tge foreign
commission for that cause "or that
he had been persuade-hy the ad
ministration or his femty.
Mr. Cameron saidthe chairman
ship of the foreign cojEunlssipn. was
given him while lie' wa3 absent
from Washington And would hnvo
Tbt;u declined on his return but for
itliobvoFzcal of some ol'SumnGrfs
mends, which ledthem to 'abuse
him jfCamoronjHls relations
with Qunmer were always most
Mr. Hamlin eaid Mr- Sumner
was moved from vthe bhalrmattsblp
simply and solely for the reason that
he was not upon, speaking terms
with the President and the Secretary
of State .
After further discussion, Mr. Sher
man begged theSenate to proceed
with the business without further
watte of time." " ' I'i?
Objection was made to Mr. Conk
ling's proposlUbh to make the bill
the special order for Friday.
Mr. Wright' 8 motion was then
agreed to, 35,to 27.
The chairthen announced the
nnanqe tH betore the Senate. Thi? j
juronuu WU3, Bflouio' me Din pass
notwithstanding the objections of
the President. No one taklno- th
floor, the roll was called ; it resulted
as joiiows; xcas-Allison, Bagy.
Bareman, Cameron, Carpenter,
ston, Lewis, Lotran. Mef 'rparw. xr0r.
nman, Mitchell, Norwood, Oglesby,
Patterson, Pease, Pratt, Robertson
Spencer, Sprague. TiptQp. West,
Windom, Tf right,' Nay, Anthony
Bayard, BoutWeU, Bucklnirton
Chandler, Conkling, Cragen, Davis
tamonds, Fenton, Ferry, (Conn.)
Feanagan, Frelinghuysen, Gilberts,
Hager, Hamilton, (Md.) Hamilton,
Uos,; .Hamlin, Howe, Jones,
Scot t, Sherman, Stevenson, Stewart!
otockton. Thurmftn. WnHioioi, qo
,oo ,. i . iiTT' -i :r.e" " .
'rf.r uuujjiu uie amrmative, the
hill WOO !, ' v
. Mr. Morrill of Main, rtnrvwuwi
the bill, was paired with.Mortonln
oung; itansom In favor, Schurz
Tho Senate Weflt intn ATA.nHr.
j session and sqon adjourned,
Mr. Negley asked leave to offer a
resolution instructingjhe military
committee to report a Bill amenda
tory to the sailors';, and soldiers'
homestead act, so thatall honorably
discharged soldiers and sailors and
their widows could acquire home
steads on public Jands without being
required to commence settlement
Mr. Donnel objected.
The chairman of the military
committee said the committee
had the subject under considera.
u7?' ?? woul report thereon,
wuaiuoraDiB aiscussion oeeurred
over an amendment increasing the
appropriation for printing bank'
e T o-r.7SrT b?ds from $5,000 to
v:,'"""' -wawes, iioimes, and
others charging that' the object of
the amendment was to break up
the present printing of notes and
. mattpr In th l,n iu TT.
a"fr In the hands of the printing
division of the treasury deraU-fmont.
or, virtuaUy iu the hands of one
man; it was also charged that one
object was fo give the work to the
Columbia Bank Note Engraving
Company of Washington.
Finally the discussion closed,
Tho House proceeded to vpt.tm
vR wu. yvuw ver. tennis. iJarsey,
gay (hlt Gotf wait; fiordoq.
Harvey, Hitchoock. InxSlT Jrihn!
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
He: iu i
It has keen Agreed nit
a Debate on ttM
Fail ure-tf the Frei
The Grand Duke
" Family tdl
a wasnington spec;
has been agreed by Sen:
force a depate on the ve:pessage,
but will vote wjthoujfnllwCUssion,
There is little doubliwtthat some
measure rather liberal Jiieharacter,
but not so unrestricted as be, be vic-
- ... . i' - .
ious, win oe agreea
secure a majerity of
Tne veto message
It is thought that
ay 1st there
wilj Ije a genera!
ge of all
ed. The ten
hour system is
force in all
iron iront worj
i tnera is stromr
1 (from pmploycs,
but the bosses
are. not unam-
mous and tM; contest may result
in their dejfiiL.. .
No exiting" Influences in the stock
market westerday.c Business was
firm, aajMeelw l closed percent,
higher db Saturday. " '
Wm5Bsh, creditor of Capron &
Merriaa brokers of C. C. &, I. C.
The rumored failure of the Freed
man's Savings, ,fc Trust Company
of Washington) did not effect -tho
a!rr"" "c'1c' J"t;"u"i : J",-"
marKets nere. jno rumor or ex
utaui'u m irweunjan' OUVlDgB
I T . .!. li. T..-- -
oauii, as yni, iu- consequence oi
embarrassments of the Washington
concern; the maragerj however,
says he probably will' be' compelled,"
iu the event of a run, to enforce a
rule requiring sixty days' .notice,
from deposit, as two-thirds of the
depositors are colored persons.
There is about $316,000 deposited.
Snow commenced falling at 0
Tbe accoqntants appointed' to In
vestigate the books of the Erie rail
way' Company "Will sail for New
The Grand Duko Alexis is tho
only member of the Imperial family
who will accompany the Czar" on
his visit to England.
Washington April 27.
Although Congress passed a bill
for the relief of the sufferers by the
overflow on the Lower Misslssipi, it
has been found that no supplies can
b sparetj from the various military
stations In that regf on; therefore the
Secretary of the War, after a private
conference with the President, has
directed the Commissary of Sub
stance lo purchase $00,000 rations of
meat, flour: beahs and rice, and to
carry the law Into effect, asks an
appropriation of $90,000. The esti
mate is based, on a issue to 20,000
persons for twenty-five days.
Jibe National -iTepublfcn--tnti-testhat
the investigation into
district aftairswlll ere long necessi
tate a change of gevernment in tbe
. Quite a large number of gentle
men from New England, New
York,. Cincinnati hd St. Louis,
representing tbg steel consumers of
the country r in the city- for tho
purpose of having a hearing: before .
the Ways and Means Committee in
their peculiar interest, asking for a
reduction of the -tariff on. steel.
They represent that they cannot
manufacture American steel and.
Keep up a reputation for their .man
1 Pittsburgh men are expected to
be present to show that the present
tariff is not onerous, but the con
sumers are confident that they can
demonstrate to the satisfaction of
the committee that the tariff-works
oppressively opon them. The com
mittee will give these parties a hear
ing on Tuesday.
The position of Commissioner of
the General Land' Office, made va
cant by the resignation of Willis
Drumojondr 'hMbeeri- Tendered" to
Congressmen S. S. Burnett, of Mis
souri, drom whom a replyregarding
the matter is-fexpected to a day or
A private letter from Gen. Sickles
says thatiheHwill' return Jto the
.United States In two months.'
M? ' " m.m '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hew York Money Market
New York, April 28.
Gold 1 IS.
Money -4 percent,
Sterling Exchange 4 88 for
days' bUls; 4 91 for light"
Governments '81s 1 21J1 22 ;
'62s 1 181 19 ; 64s 1 20!- 20 ;
'65s 1211 21 : '65s new 1 19J
1 20: '67s J 20&1. 90 ; '08s 1 20 1
0-40s 1 151 15 j; 5s 1 t; s:l 10
Mew York Produce Market.
New, Yorkj April 28.
Bre&dstuffd Opened qultt; gen
erally Arm. .
Flour Firm, at-5 52 6 10.
WheatSteady apd firm N,l
spring, 1 '58l,55; choice I 5ftM,
159. .r ZrS
Corn Quiet at 8487.
Oats Dull at 6265.
Rye AcUve at $1 101 14. "
Barley $2 052 10.
Pork-8teady; cash $17,00; May
16 75; June 16 90; July 17 12.
Lard Quiet and' steady; " cash
7reigkta.il for whet by 8m
ft Uvf& -
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 28.
Hogs Receipts 4,875.. Market
firm, but quiet Sales of common
to medium grades at 4 SOfSiSsa.
good to choice at 5 40.5 00. nWr
-of sales at 5 005 50. '
CatUe Receipts, 3,700. Market
, steady and prices unchanged.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, April 28.
Flour Quiet, unchanged.
f "Wheat More active: No. 2 sprine
Corn Quiet, 6768Son track.
Oats Inactive; 5153 on track.
Rye Steady at 1 01.
LardpjQuiet, 9S09 40
St. Louis Live Stock.
St, Louis, April 28.
Hogs Receipts 1,500; market
steady; sales -of shippers at 4 60
5" 20; packers at 5 256 00.
Cattle Receipts 1,000; market
dull and inactive; sales of natives
at 3 755 25 the extreme range.
Chicago, April 23.
"Wheat Opened strong and shade
higher. No 1 , 1 2S1 29; No. 2 124
1 25; regular closed 1 25 I 25;
strictly fresh spot May 1 25J1 25
closed 1 261 2J; June at 1 25J
1 2f;-closed 1 251 2Q; No. 3,
1 18i 181; reJecfciT 1 10; Northi
western firm; No. 2, 1 20; rogular
Cora Dull, for cash, options
quiet, owing to unfavorable Liver
pool and New York advices. No.
2, 64; regular, 6464; fresh May
cash, 63J64, closed 63; June 65J;
rejected 6262; No. 2 afloat; 04.
"Oats Active and firmer. No. 2
regular at 42; striotly fresh, 4Ci;
Eggs Firmer; fresh 14.
Flour -Dull, good to choice spring
extras 5 500 00 ; low to medium
5 005 50; superfine 3 75a4 00 ;
Minn. 5 75a6 75.
Barley Dull, No. 2 looal 60, No.
3 1 35.
Pork Easy, May 1C OoalO 12,
June 1Q '30.
Lard Quiet, May 9 65, June 9 80.
15Q PAUU.Va STREET,
(ktveen 10th and lltb,
7ICT0R DUCROSS, - Pror
TABLES SUPPLIED 'ifflTH EVEB7THI50
In the Market
Open From 7 a: m. to 12 p.-m.
All Meals Served to Order.
0IBTEa3 BEQVED IS EVEET STYLE.
'Same in season. Prices to suit the
Going East or South from Omaha
And rolcts on U. P.U.B., should Uio th('
ATCHISON & NEBRASK
And secure for th'mslres the choice of Six
( 1'opular llouttsfrom
Atchison to Chicago and St Louis,
All making Reliabls Connections and being
Equipped with Palms Say and Sleeping Car.
All delay a'nd'InconTenlence arriving from
Ferries acd transfers cm be aTolded West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticket Tla
ATOHISO.V anil tlif ATCIIMuX mi
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. B. It. for the
Great Arkansas Vallej & Colorado.
And with all lines running South tq points la
Southern Kansas anil the Indiau Territory.
AskW Tickets Tia
LINCOLN & TCHISON
W. F. WHITE,
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
Save Your Paper Rags:
Patronize Home Industry
n.BERTHOLD, ICland 1C3 Pouglas aire
between 10th ard lltb. north side, maklnz a
. rpngements to buUd a
PaP 31 ILL IN OMAHA,
Desires to purchase several hundred tonso
oi all sunda at Eastern prices, lasu on
AM) CATTLE BUOKEU,
EALT LAKE CITY,
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Tlaos. ilills c& Sron
Manufacturers of ""
Slaehlnea, Slqalds, Ice Creana
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth Bfc..
1 EsTABLisniD 1861."
r -.VTALOOIIFS RPVT-
Geo. M. Mills.'
Atlsc P.Paiui eb.
iJ upon appUcaUon.
ThG First National Bank
OJB OTVT "ETA.
THB OUDSST BANKING ESrABLISIlMKNl
(bv-5croT w Cucntze Brothers.)
Sstahlis bed In IBM. Crsranlzal a a National
Bank. Acznet M.Jai3
Capital aid PrOflta over - - - - (250, OOO
C7T1CZBS AXS DiatCTORB
. W. YATES,
A. J. POPPLETON. AKorner.
TIC3LETS for aaie to ait. pans of Europe ira
the Ccnard asd Nat'ooal Steamship Llses, atd
tea Basabnrg Anariraa Packet Compaay."
G-ENTS' FUSiJTISiaillsrb- GOODS,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST-
OTTR STOCK FOR THE
s?K,iisra- -A.2srJD qjjjljlii seasou
Is Complete noy; Our Assortment iu
Cothing ; Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Comprises th. Iatost ITovelties.
THE LATEST STTZXES 12T HATS .A1TD CAPS.
Hare also a Full Line in T(YYk
WE WILL SELL
FAT.T. STOCK!, 1873 I
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of yFresh. New Goods Just Opened to he
sold lower than, any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YJGLVET & BEAVEil CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOGK OF StIAWLS. BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
Tifl PIES' ja.3NTI3 OXXIXjTD3.23IM'S
MERINO UNDERWARE AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIXXEX IN GUEAT TAKIErY. A PULL LIXU OE
E?f8LISH AND AMERICA! CARPETS; OIL CL9TH3 , MATPI33 RTJ33, ,AW;f ATS.
CH EAPER TZHZATST OPEIE OHEAET
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors, ;
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
TV'?Si? gds bic?h he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as "to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchase
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
2Q3 Pftrn.taw.m Qtroot-Omajm,
&c, Ac. &c.
S. K. tGIt.oiTKKTiranaFARXlIAM.
Sclmeider & ISurmestcr
riX, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
- WARE. DEALERS IS
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting sod Guttering don
short notice and ic ihe beat manner,
lltcea treet septfs dl
Besldepc? and ofl)re No. $55 16 h St., between
I)odge it. ani Capitol neuue.
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. 13tf.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODOESt.. betnlSth an4 11th.
Alik'tndtof )urDlagexecMtodpromp'Ir and
at recftonaue prices. mi.uium,
MOFUMENTS. TOMB iTOSES. ETQ , EXa
171 raraaaai , 8. C-v. 11th St.
OXAHA. - . . KEB
D. COOXK. O. U. BilXOC.
COOICE A. BALL(C.
AND CATTLE DEALERS.
Ordera for dressed bogs, txef and mutton
. promptly filled.
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Omavba. - - - Tie brmska
WILLUliLJE k TATL9B,
17th and Chicago streets,
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Tor sale In Iarje or Small quantities malted
cr amoked slde-meau, beakfast bacon, h -mi.
shoulders, dried beef aod smoked buffalo. Pare
leaf laid bjr the barrel, "or put up n 10, 15. Z
or 40 lb. siaed cans. To our "SOKE SUCH"
brand of bams and breakfast bacon we lnrlte
btteaUoa U tM U. Urdtn pronipUr-
4cJ(. as ealot
-AND DEAEEBS 1-
OTJRQOODS LOWER THAN EYER.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
-AND DEALEK IX
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. "
t'oll Assorlmtnt of Imported iToolcns. All lVort Warranted.
232Farn3iamSt, - Omalia, Nob.
fti .1 ml ' r
VT. B. HICSABJDSOIT;
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
AmI3Ianttrict.jrcr.of Drr'ant Kataratnl lloafliaud Slieatlilns FoH.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Hoofing, Fitcli, Coal, Tar, Etc, Etc
l'liSP-01'18 Onicoo;P03ltath,Oa. Works, ,a
-A. ZEL SIMPSO
-5IAXDFACIUKEU AXD WHOLESALE .
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
532 FIFTEENTH ST.,
WOOLE3ALE. AKD RETAIL DELERS IS
Farm Machinery and Wagons,
No. 13 South ldth Street,
ffch X.I3V-C?OXa2NT. 3XTEB.
JACOB GISS, ( TAN DOliN'S MACHINE
SAl aTarssbasa Ht Bet. 14th A 13Ui -
CL1BE & FRENCH.
And dealers in
IV B F1XU1TS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
Oksna oucrrxa asd esaamx tiuxo
smil YftTTTIT'S rintlihio.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
All kinds of light and heary
MACIIINEItY 3IADE & REPAIRED.
233 HAEHET 0TEEST.
85 to $20
rERD.VY. Agents want
ed A11 Llt.. nt .n,k i r.
log people: of either sex, youn or oil, uuks
more miner at worx for us in their spire mo
ments or all thi time, than ar anrlhW tbe.
Address ST1KSO.S Jt CO.. Portland,- Maine
JOHN H. GEEEN,
GR.UX, FLOUR AXD FEED,
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