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OMAHA. THURSDAY MORNING-. APRIL 30, 1874.
rf THE OMAHA
vol. m. -
m IffE DAILY BEE.
L EDWAKD HOSE WATER, Editor and Prop'r
. -ar.. t rarmkim '
D. rcpr. sffiiMKE;
one year, m u -
' ,lx months. In adTa-ace.
.ix monui. i u'""- ; i.
three mfBtto in aa-aace ;-'
5-If not pJd U adTanee, 8 per w 01
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McCLUBE 4 SMITH, 186 Haraey atrwat,
wetween Uth and 12th. ueelS
Glass aad Fiet-are Flraaeee.
. . . i.ur In
J. Belnhart. 186 !u2 Ola-dag
window glass and pictura frames.
ione to order.
w O SAVDEB3, Practical Wlcnkjr,
aJuSfreel ophite pottoBce. aeplJIi
PHILIP LASO IKFarnham ;$?
cr i taTET earner Twelfth and Douglas
gndleiand ConlecUonery. untT7V
POLAND A ELLIOTT. Cc.. .Jme. -mrot,
Hair, etc. IM Farnham etreeU
t R.IEDEE. DroggUt, corner Itta
-FRENCH a VcKOOW. Fire and Acrldenl
Auiuuce AgenU, ocr the Poet office.
M. ELGOTTEB, No. Farnham itrert.
'Zitrom Europe. TraTU, Insurane.. etc
A 1!W LAUNDRY opened at 511 Herenlh
HtT between rarnham and DoogU- The
htagaHroiiio will be done t order first
-lease Mid l P-latera.
irmiAVI A BEARD, Home and 1
fa?ia bet-een Famhaw art
witPVITTM SOJ' WOBX8. Powell C3o.,
.USSuhrtSr their edAr.ted mglum
dX. FItb firat prrroiuroa a ' ,"f?"
gSTntTandStiuFalri, ano Po,Si
SoSt Iowa. OrdTioUdU math. trad.
E. ESTABBO )K. VT. M. FBANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE -S.W.Cor.thu d DongUj. Oma.
O. H. BALLOH. ED. B. GLASGOW.
Office In Oe&jKJSn'a new block, aontheaat cor
aten, 2d floor.
c. a. iiumii. o,t0-M- o'Mwr-
Office CalaweU Block, Dougla btreet,
OMAHA. - NEBRAgJJA.
- -JWaOLC CO WIN,
OFFICE-0. , VISSCHEB'8 BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
AttoTnev at Law,
OwlceolOiath St., bet. Fmi
asd Voaglas, Oaulu, 5e.
T 0. Box 800.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOfc,
Attorneys at law,
S FABKBAM BTEBAT.
. ;bw. sz- r 0k, Kebraaka.
SPA1IN &. PRITCHETT,
AtUej V CenBelr. at Lw.
Office, 696 Twelfth Bttwat.
jt.M. Lor Ita 4M. Oaaaha. Nab.
W. J. CONNEIX.
ItWrkt Altorey fer See Ja
OFUCS South aid ol Frnha, betwwan
Uth a1 t6U sta-, opposite Court Boose.
ATTOBXEI A5D C0UHSMH IT
o. SCO Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
OFFIOb-Orai Firtt Iatleil luki
PAKKE GODWIN, -Attorney
5091-3 THIETEEITI STXCET.'tatABA.
;C W. AMBBOSF
.ai.-fctOXTO.o-V " 3TJ
DICE'S OPERA HOUt i
DEXTER L THOMAS,
AtUra' b3 Cemnrtqr at Law.
OFFICE-Soaml iaacWa Sleek,
OMASA. - NEB
JOBS at. KEIXBT
Attorney 1 Counseloritlaw
OCce Eooa2,OreirVo Block, 1 . nviKA
Cer. 15th al t L'onrUi EtaT f
(OLLErrriOX6 SOUOTED AND PBOKFT
j ly attendal to. JJo charge oileaa cUec
tions are made. Houses to let and rents tol
acted. Hal estate booghtaad aoU. aplTtf
''' -v -
. . . 44k W.Bt.
- I W M
v' --. , - - f
Unless the Herald lets up pretty
soon, -we shall begin to suspect it Is
trying to get up a Corner in Vining.
Yesterday the Herald soft-soaped
General Thayer, today it was Sena
tor Hitchcock's turn. Next !
IF ou City Council does not soon
mend its wicked ways we shall have
to send for Brother Hammond.
What is the use of having a
brother-in-law if you can't Indue
him to put a few ballots where they
will do the most good ?
"Howeveb distressing to my
tender sensibilities I am ever ready
to sacrifice my wife's relations in
the good cause." J. Ohnson.
"Omaha is highly congratulated
by the Washington Chronicle upon
the acquisition of a Russian Count,
but wo are warned not to scratch
that Russian unless we want to
catch a Tartar.
A remarkable fact canjbe ascertain
ed by invpUgating our stock and
prices that we have reduced to a very
lowfizure all of our clothing and
Gents', furnishing goods, far below
the price of any other house. Over
coaU in particular can be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent less than
our former prices. Quick sales and
small profits is our motto.
feb.31y 206 Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 206 Farnham fit
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and sold.
ftU. ABODTTHEWATEB WOBK1
The eentral city of the West
Quite proud of late has gr.in,
A i d feels it can no longer wait
A goo I sized pond to own.
-TheWKitcst elf lea of the world
WK-nrfsh to cut a swell,
At dooa erect a lescrTnIr
Upon their higbest hilL
We read in the days of aeh
Tuxt water wo ks were tried;
The Ironb'e was t ey had nosewera,
Ani aotbepeorl- died.
Ltu then ieqeniber
If watee work we try,
Toputln aeweisgood and strong.
And make our striets Jaite dry :
And when the thing i done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then ererybody in the town
Will buy their bsti of Bunce.
For all new styles that i ow arc out,
Some fifty kinds or trore.
Ypij'Jl find them cheap at Bunco's
Faaiou. Jt'fllT York store.
The Champiosi Hatter of the West, i55 Doug-
gpjELS 1 TD BESTAUBAHTfl.
OMAHA, r - - HEBRA8KA
The lareat and best hctl between Chicago
xn& 8n Francisco.
s30 tf EU. TUKALL. Proprietor.
Between 9th and 10th.
CHABLBS FEMJEHBtAN Prop.
Cor. 16th St. & Capitol Av.
ay Baejs!, I P week; Board and Lodf Ing
" roili to Ul Transient, ft JO per day
tXWIS 8. RKED
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldest EiUbHihad
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Absttact of Title to allKea
tEate In Oin.ha and Douglas couat y,
je, us w sr. x.- a- o r xx m
.U' FACTUKU OF akd Biiua -
LambroqaiES and Wlmdew Slides,
CURIOS, ESGR1TINHS AND
T70 Farnham street, corner Fifteenth
- GEORGE ZAMER,
(CampbeH's Bl .)
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Eje OUsseiBd 8ectaclrs,
608 iSCk Bt, OSfAHA, BEBBA8IA
aWJewrlrr mtnufaetured to order. Fine
WaUhes.aocks, and Jawolr y, repaired and
0 5o 8
b H S "S
H M a3 I
Spadallj Beported for tie Omaha Daily Bee,
br tha Atlantic atd Pacific Telegraph Co.
Washington, April 29.
Sir. Spencer introduced a bill fa
cilitating and regulating commerce
among the States, with foreign na
The Senate proceeded to the con
sideration of bills on the callendar,
and passed several of local interest.
The Senate bill declaring the true
intent and meaning of the several
Union Pacific railroad acts, was
read, but objection being made to the
present consideration. Mr. Wright
gave notice, as the bill was an im
portant one, he moved to take it up.
Sir. Wright introduced a bill in re
lation to salaries and civil service. It
provides for a reduction from and
after October 1st, next, of 10 per
cent, of the compensation of all the
officers and employees of the Sen
ate, including the capital
police, excepting the fcee
retary, chief clerk, sergeant-
at-arms and assistant door-keeper,
and excepting also the clerks of
committee whose pay it proposes to
reduce thirty per cent. The bill
also proposes a law under which the
civil servico commission was crea
ted and exists, and provides for the
appropriation of deputy clerks sub
ject to such examinations as the
heads of departments may prescribe,
providing, however, that the clerks
of each department shall bo classi
fied geographically to correspond
with the congressional districts and
that when a vacancy occurs it shall
be filled from the district which has
the least representation until the
clerkship are equally distributed
among all tho congressional dis
tricts. Mr. Wright also introduced a bill
to repeal the law allowing pension
agents 30 cents for each voucher
prepared and paid by them.
The morning hour now expired,
and the Senate, on motion of Mr.
Frelinghuysen proceeded to the
consideration of the supplimentary
civil rights bill. The amendments
made by the judiciary " committee
were concurred in, and the bill was
reported to the Senate. Mr. Fro
linghuysan explained the provisions
f the bill and asked for calm, im
partial, and unpartizan consideia
tion. The bill was intended to
secure equal rights to white men as
well as colored. Mr. Thurman
moved to strike out the section
which imposes a fine of $500 for any
violation of the act, to be paid to
"the aggrieved, and also provides for
the punishment by fine and im
prisonment for such oflence as a
misdemeanor. He argued that the
punishment was monstrous, and
besides the section' provided for
double punishment Mr. Conkling
offer an amendment reducing it
witho.ta vote. The Senate went
into executive session and soon after
Mr. Mason introduced a bill
amending the act for a redemption
of the three"1 per cent, temporary
loan certificates, and an increase
of the National Bank notes. Re
" Mr. Ames htroluced a bill
amending the national currency
acts, and establishing free banking.
The House then considered the
bill carrying into operation provi
sions for the fourteenth amendment,
and defining certain rights respect
ing citizens abroad.
Mr. Halo addressed tho House
opposing the bill.
Mr. Holman made an argument
against the bill and gave notice that
at the proper time he would move
to lay it on the table. The bill then
went over till to-morrow.
'Mr. Congor from the committee
on commerce reported'a bill for the
relief of the owners of the steam
ferry boat "A, Burton," at Nauvoo,
111., permitting the inspectors to li
cense it, although its boijers are not
stamped to show tho textile strength
of the iron; the bill passed,
The House went into committee
of the whole on Indian appropria
tions and Mr. Louphridge, who had
charge of the bill propeeded to give
a view of Its provisions, Tha speech
was mainly directed to a history of
Iqdjgn wars in order to prove they
were'generally provoked by United
States troops, and consequently
it would be bad policy to
pjape Jndiaus under control of the
war department, The estimate of
the oost of the Indian ware in the
000 and he had no doubt of the cor
rectness of that estimate. "With
such a record Before the country, it
was difficult for him to see on what
ground tho pooy of turning the
Indians over to tho war dbpartnient
oould be sustained. The true
policy was to civilize tho Indians
and get rid of the necessltj for troops
to keep them in order.
Mn Sawyer from the committee
on commerce reported he rivers
and harbor appropriation bill; re
AVASinxGTox, April 29.
The proposed compromis-o on tho
currency question, the outlines
which we telegraphed yesterday, is
constantly gaining favor, and has
already fair prospect of adoption. It
is urged in Its favor, that it gives to
both Inflationists and antl-lnflntion-ists
the legislation they deem 'most
desirable, without obliging cither to
abandon theories which thoy hold
London, April 29,
A dispatch from Bas'onne denies
that Partugalette and San Turco
are evacuated by the Carllsts.
Bayonne; April 29.
Dispatches from the seat of war
state that Concha is moving with
20,000 men on Valraaseda, intend
ing to attack tho Carllsts at Bllboa
in the rear. Serano will attack
simultaneously In front The Car
lists are reported strongly intrench
ed. Madrid, April 29.
It is reported that the Republican
forces have driven the Carllsts, un
der PalaciosValles, out of Chelvia,
and now have full pessession of that
town. There is no change In the
situation about Bllboa. A largo
number of deserters from the Car-
I lie amw Yioa fcrmfinfforftfl tn tlif
?" - . VTrr i
The Overflowing Rivers Tho
Great Amount of Suffering
Experienced, and the
The Arkansas Troubles.
Statements by Brooks
SchurzWill Not Take Up the
Editorial Pen in St. Louis.
St. IiOUis, April 29.
Parties here in position to know,
says the report that Senator Schurz
will take the editorial charge of a
newspaper in New York after the
expiration of his term of office, is
Washington, April 29.
Vice President Wilson will leave
for Massachusetts on Monday, next.
He contemplates a trip to California
for the benefit of his health, which
he thinks is failing.
New Orleans, April 29.
Governor Kellogg, in conjunction
with the Mayor and Chamber of
Commerce, is rapidly forwarding
supplies to tho Inerior for those suf
fering from the overflow. Th e river
is falling in front of the city.
Selma, April 29.
Tho Alabama river is now higher
than the great ilood of 1865, and still
rising, it is raining to-aay.
Monroe, Aprii 29.
The river has fallen an inch and
a-half during "the past twenty-four
hours and the water is receding
fclowly in rear of the city. A slight
shower of rain fell last night but
the weather has-been clear to-day.
The steamer'Gary, which left tat 9
o'clock, reports the river fallings
Planters lving below report 23
miles of -river front out of water be
tween Morrison and Cuba,but the
rear is all under water, and'below it
is all overflowed. The mails for
the east and west go via' Shreve
Memphis, April 29.
The river is now stationery at this
point, with no land visible, except
Dortions of the railroad track to
Afnrltnn A rbfinsns. n. rllofanro of 40
width of the river.
There is no change to report in the
condition of the railroads. The
Memphis and Louisville route is
still water-bound between Paris
and Clarksville, while the Missis
sippi Central railroad Is still broken
Three passengers cahaethroughto
day from Littler Rock,' by transferr
ing at washed places, but as swift
current water crosses the track at
several points, it is uncertain how
long coramunicatjQn can be kept
New York, April 29.
The HeraW this morning pub
lishes statements by Brooks and
Baxter concerning the Arkansas
troubles. Brooks claims there never
was any question as to his election,
and alleges that returns from nu
merous counties were suppressed by
county clerks who were in Baxter's
interest, while other returns were
altered so as to give Baxter a major
ity. He. asserts that Baxter pur
chased the whole legislature, except
seven members, by promising of
fices! This was thiS causeb'f Tthe re
jection of 'Brook's petition to be al
lowed ft contest election,
Brooks denies having personally
anything to do with the quo war
ranto proceedings in tho Supreme
Court or Attorney General's suit In
the Circuit Court The law of Ar
kansas allows claimants of any office
to bring suit against a usurper foi
office and salary, It was in this
kind of action be obtained Judg:
ment He (Brooks) took evidence
in this action, which is on file,
clcarjy showing his election by a
Baxter took no evidence what
ever but ignored the Courts and
disregarded their jurisdiction.
Brooks then details the manner of
his taking possession and ousting
Baxter. The whole proceeding he
claims was perfectly regular and he
cannot comprehend the President's
meaning in promising to preserve
peace untlj tho qupstjon of Govern
orship vas settled, as he (Brooks)
considers it already settled by the
Courts, and cannot see why he does
not receive Federal support The
question as to the jurisdiction of the
Circuit Court ich. "awartjed Judg
ment, is now pending in the Su
preme Court, arid he does not think
the President will assume the ro
sponsibiHty of deciding It,
Ho concludes by announcing his
determination to hold, and accuses
Baxter of robbing the merchants of
nearly fifty thousand dollars worth
of stores, whereas he has not taken
a dollar, rue legislature is powi
erjpss. He does not intend to have
anything to do with It, nor recog
nize Baxter's right to call It He
will .abide bjthe decision of the
Baxter's statement gives the his
tory of the election, and makes a
goneral denial of the frauds charged
by Brooks, and makes counter
charges. He claimed he was the
choice of three-fourths of the people
of Arkansas after being elected.
Chiof Justice McClure, Senator
Clayton anj others began f, series of
demands on bini to the total vlohv?
tlon of every pledge on which he
was elected. Ho tried to comprom
ise at first, hut unsuccessfully. He
charges them with political trickery,
but does not charge that Brooks
was a party to any corrupt combina-
Ho reviews Brooks' appeal to the
Legislature, and his quo warranto
proceedings .before the Supreme
Court, and the suit of the Attorney
General, in all whlch.he was sus
tained In the Governorship; then
he reviews the rise of the. recent
troubles, and claims that he organ'
,:j :ui mim. - ,- i., t
un we tumu. w ww -. w
rupture with Clayton atid Dor-
sey was caused by his refusal to
yield to corrupt proposals designed
to carry the State in their interest,
causing the election. They-offered
him as much money as he twanted.
McClure, Clayton antjf'Brooks
then coalesced and revived the cause
of Brooks vs. BaxteriffPolaski Cir
cuit Court as a pretexfelor rebellion.
Then, in his absence fed without
notice, he was deposed ih defiance
of previous decision ofrhe Supreme
Court. Kb time waaiallowed him
for filing an answefjuut he was
forcibly ousted immediately. Since
then he could have taken the State
House, but respct forf tho -Federal
government restrainwdhim. He
will maintain authority "until the
legislature assembles, and expresses
confidence in the result
New Orleans,'- April 29.
The captain of thesteamer Ibria
in his report to-day to the agent of
the Main Transportation Company,
says in coming from Bayou he took
on a cargo of sugar at . Oakland
found a sugar house on the bow of his
boat The whole point is under
water for seven miles around. The
water is runningover Morgan's
railroad for a distance of about
twenty-five miles, -from Breasch
streets to Takertown is covered
with water. $; "
Three men were drowned on Mon
day at Pearl river crossing of the
Mobile & New Orleans railroad.
The superintendent of this road
says it will take thirty, days to re
pair the damage caused by the
flood and get the road in thorough
The steamer Paragon is expected
here in the morning. She has one
hundred and fifty-nine bags of
mails shipped at Vicksburg, which
are supposed to include the Sew
York dates from 16th to 19th.
I f " .
Washington, " April 29.
Mr. Edmonds, of Vermont, from
the Judiciary'Committee reported a
Kill to nmnfa.JUVlit!. rT"V
bill to removefthe disabilities of Da
vid A. Delfair," of North Carolina,
Abner H. f Maury and Charles S.
Fountteroy, of Vifgiuia.
Mr. Spencer, of Alabama, intro
ducedabill to facilitate and regulate
the commerce among the several
State. Beferred to Committee on
A bill for tho removal of the dis
abilities of D. A. Telfair, of North
Carolina, was called up by Mr. Ran
som, of North Carolina, and
Mr. Conkling presented a meni
orial of tho citizens ot New York
against the -bill abolishing com
pulsory pilotage; referred.
Mr. Conovcr, of Florida, intro
duced a bill to the amendment.
W. Hooper (Mass.) offered a res
olution for printing 8,000 copies of
the eulogy of the late Senator Sum
ner delivered in the Senate and
House. Referred to Committee on
Printing under rules.
Mr. Kasson (Iowa) and Dawes
(R. I.) introduced a bill to amend
the currency law. Referred t6 Com
mittee on Banking and Currency.
The regular order of business was
then demanded and the House, in
the morning hour, resumed consid
eration of the bill to carry into exe
cution the provisions of the 14th
peace and the security of
The rupture with Clavton
'"ratflgnoTHwrlf to QieOotreUiutioh con
Mr. Hale, of New York, addressed
the House in opposition to the bill.
Hudson, N. Y., April 29.
A snowstorm of unusual severity
prevailedrhere to-day. River navi
gation is impeded. The steamer
Thos. Bowel, of thp Citizens' linpof
Troy, bound up,"Iost her bearings in
the storm, and Tan hard aground on
the west shore, opposite the nine
mile tree at Germantown, tbi
mornlnitj at high water. She will
require help to get off.
Constantinople, April 29.
The overflow, of the Tigris caused
grear destruction of property atBag
dad, and the loss of several lives.
223 Fuskaa Street, - - -Omaha, Keb
WHOLESALE .15 D BETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE. BEDDING. ETC.
E. F. COOK,
637 14ta St, between Dotglu and Sode i
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper andShcet Iron
Ware, and dealer In
Cooking ana Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Ware on
an L Tin Hoofing, Gutters and Spoutlngand
Walk do and warrtouantd. febitf
. A. LENIiqUEsT.
tQ FARNHAM ST.
Between Tenth and fcl.Tenth Stnwta.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Best Malxrs. My prices
are awai below! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL TQT
be undersold J Make no mistake !
pec the "BA2AR" before buying, or
write for prices. You nave dollars
by so doing; See the new
1 BOsTON CANOPY TOPI"
Which makes 5 aiilea of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a "tpecialty" of.filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
aBwasBwasBwU 1 M lAMmwlBwaBwasWsstaBt.
The Achenese Repulsed with
Several Persons Killed by Fall
ing Buildings at Newgate.
London, April 29.
The Epson Spring meeting com
menced yesterday. The race for
city and suburban handicap was
won by Aldrich; Minister second;
and Oxford Mixture third. The
final betting was thirty-three to
one against Aldrich; fourteen to
one against Mixture.
The Hague, April 29.
Dispatcher received by the Gov
ernment from Pedang report that
eight thousand Achenese made two
attacks upon thcTtown of Kraton,
the Hist ou the 11th and the second
on the IGth of April. The Achenese
were repulsed with a heavy loss.
The Dutch troops are returning to
London, April 29.
Three buildings in Newgate fell
yesterday. Several persons were
crushed in the ruin.
The weather throughout England
to-day is fair.
The amount of bullion Avithdrawn
from the Bank of England on bal
ance to-day was one hundred and
five thousand pounds.
Bkrlin, April 29.
The Prussian minister of finance
reports a suplus of 21,000,000 thalers
Paris, April 29.
A ball was given last night at the
Grand Hotel for the benefit
of the English benevolent
society, under Mr. Washburn, and
nearly all the members of the
American and British colonies in
Paris were present.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
Nuw York, April 29, 1 r. jr.
Gold 1 13.
Sterling Exchange 1 87J4 89
for .sixty days and sight.
Gold Firmer, in consequonce of
continued drainage of bullion from
the Bank of England opened at 1 13
and declined to 1 12J, advanced to
1 13J, now 1 13$.
Governments Active, one-eight
and three-eight's higher; new 5s
of 81, 1 17; currency Cs, 1 16 J.
Stocks Opened strong and buoy
ant; W. U. 743; I. S. 7773; P.
M. 4514GJ; U. P. 34I(,35; N. W.
46i48; N. Y. C. 9Si99i;
markcfcMnce sold off", the lowest
prices of the day now being real
ized; Erie 34jj; Panama 1 08; W.
U. 74; U. P. 34 j.
The regular monthly auction of
the Scrantou coal took place to-day,
only 50,fJ00 tons offered; the usual
terms and condition of the market
increase over the prices realized
last month; the average increase
on steamboat, 10 cents; on grate,
13J; egg, G; stove, OJJ and one
New York Produce Market.
New York, April 29.
Breadstuff's Opened generally
Flour Steady ; super State and
Western, 5 7o6 00 ; extra, 0 0
Wheat Shade firmer ; No 1
spring, 1 581 02; No 2 Chicago,
1 53l 551: No 2 Milwaukee spring,
1 581 9."
Corn One cent better; Western
mixed afloat, 8788 ; new, 8487.
Oats One cent better; mixed,
C466 ; White, 6068.
Rye and Barley Dull and nom
inal. Provisions Opened quiet and un
Leather In good demand and
Chicago Produce Market.
CincAao, April 29.
Flour Dull; steady, good to
choice spring extras 5 506 00 ; low
to medium 5 005 50 ; superfine
4 005 00.
Wheat Onened strontr and a
shade higher; No 1, 1 2tfl 30; No
2, 1 241 25 ; regular closed 1 25
1 25J ; strictly fresh spot May, 1 25J
1 25, closed at 1 261 26 j; June,
1 251 27, closed at 1 25J1 2JJ j
No 3, 1 181 18; rejected, 110;
Northwestern firm, No 2, 1 20 ; reg
ular, 1 28.
Corn Firm, for cash, options
quiet, owing to favorable Liverpool
and New York advices; No 2, 64J,
regular, 0464J; fresh, cash or May,
C3j64, closed at C4 ; June, 65 ;
rejected, 0262V i No 2 afloat, 64,
Oats Active and, firmer j No 2
regular, 40 J j strlotly fresh, 40 ; re
jected was sold at 42.
Eggs Firmer ; fresh, 14.
Barlev Nothing doing,
Pork Firm; May 10 25;
Lard Firm; May 9 77; June
9 929 95.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 29.
Cattle Receipts 4000; quiet, firm,
fair to choice at 4 90; extra 6 12
6 40; stockers 4 004 82.
Hogs Receipts 11,000; active,
steady, common 4 755 35; medium
5 305 90; good to choice, 5 40
Sheep Receipts 400; quiet, easy;
closed dull, common to choice 4 50
5 50; fine to choice 5 707 70.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louls, April 29.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Dull, No. 2 spring, 1 26;
No. 3 fall. 1 18.
Corn Higher; 69 on east track,
and in elevator, held higher.
Oats Higher, 5252 on track
and in elevator.
Pork Dull; no sales.
Lard None offered.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, April 29.
Hoga Receipts 2.G20; market
lower; salea of light at 4 454 W
heavj-t 5 2550,
BMBBOIDEBIES ! EIvXBIOXIDEKIES !
FHICXS X.OWSIB. THuSlTT EVER.
20,000 Yards of Hamburg Edgings and Inserlings of tho Newest and Choicest Pattern
of this Season's Importation.
NEWWWH1TE GOODS, &C.
New Victoria Lawns, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Stripes
New Jaconets in Plaids and Stripes, New Swiss and Mull
Muslins, New Piques and Marseilles,
Black Alpacas and Mohairs Another Case of these Popular
Goods Just Opened.
As we make a Specialty ot the above goods, Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our Stock before
New Spring Milliner? to be Opened Saturday, March 7.
Cor. .Ufcth. and 7araliam Sta.,
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FATiL STOCE, 1S73 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened' to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also TELYET & BEAVER CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWXS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
ZJ.4L3323BS' AinD OECiriDH.BKr'3
MERINO TJNDEBWARE AND WORSTED G-QODS.
TABLE LIXNEJf IN GREAT YARIErT. A FULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARP2T3, 02.CL9H3, MUTtf! mi km MATS.
" CHEAPEB rriE3LJLlT THE OHEAEPST
HENRY DCHLE & CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Leather and Findings, Boot-Legs and
Goods shped C. O .D. to any part
S. K. CCK.clTKKTUdPARNnAM.
Schneider & Burinester
riN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WARE. DEA&EBS IN
Cooking anil Heating Stores.
Tin Booting, Bpoutlng and Guttering don
short iiotice and ic the best manner,
ilteen treet sept24 dl
V- xt v
Bealdenm and office No. 553 16 h St., between
Dodge st. and CqpUo.1 Tonue.
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dia
easos peculiar to women and children. Oil.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGE 3-, betn 12th and Uth.
All kinds ot turning executed promp'lr and
at recyiuaUe prices. mchlOmS
MOFtJMENTS. TOMB5TOSE8. ETC , ETC.
171 Panutam , 8. 'B-Oir. 11th Bt.
D. COOKX. O. H. BAliOF.
AND CATTLB DEALEE3.
Orders lor dressed bogs, Vel and mutton
nmci is cmuoHTOa bxocx,
Omaha. - - - elrak.
17th and Chieajo streets,
Omaha, Ne raska,
For sale in large or small quantiUeaaalted
cr smoked side-meats, b.eakfcst tacpn, h.ms,
shouldera, dried beel and smoked ImBUo. Pura
leal lardbr the barrel, or put up a 10, -lgx
oV lb-sliedcana. To our 6SE WCn'
brand ol haaaa aad breakfast bacon we
beatfeaUoa etthe trade. OretnprompUy
J9issssssssss95Q I 5 W
HA F.Egu so
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WHOLES AXE DEALERS IN
of tho country.
DRAPER & TAILOR
AND DEALEU IX
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
'tiH .Assor.'inrnt or Imported Woolens. All Work Warranted.
232 FarnliamSt., - - Omaka, 2Tb.
oa !i fu t r
W. B. Z.XC2AR.DSOXT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
AudManufictarer.orDry an I Saturated Uoofln aad SheMblaa; Felt.
ALSO DEALEE3 IX
Roofing, Fitcli, Coal, Tar, Etc, Xtc
EKL !?"SJ2,Vp ebrad.lD"Z States. Office oppoalto th, Gas Work., On
-A.. IE. SIMPSO ICT,
MANUFACIUBER AXD WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
532 IFIFTIEIEIDsrTIH: ST.,
CRBIGHTOJiT BTjOCK. arCSml
JTarm Machinery and "Wagons,
No.lSSonth 10th Street,
261 rarahans HU, Bet. Hl!i A 15Ui
CLARK k FRENCH.
And dealers In
Rl B FHOITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
oasza oixcvtKa Mxatmxrttx ivuxo
BCTAIL DELEB3 IX
VAN DORN'S MACHINE
Ail kinds ol light and htary
3LVCIIINEHY MADE & SEPAIRE9.
V3AU Work Guaranlttd.-9
253 HAB5ET STBEET,
S5 to $20
PEB. DAY. AgenUwaat
ed. Alt classes o( work
log people oieither ser, young cr old, make
more moner at work lor us in their spare bs
mentsor all th time, than at arjrthloc !.
Addrt9.iSTIXSOM& CO., Portlaad, Saalae
som n. GREEN,
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