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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
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OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNJNG-. MAY 9, 1874.
EDWARD EOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'r
Office Xo. 138 Farnham ireet.letir.
Kin tti and Tenth.
Oca copt, one year. In mdnnce 17.00
.."',& month. In adTance 4-00
three mentha in adTance 2.00
asrlt not paid in ad ranee, 13 per annum will
, colleted. .
LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
cClure A Ftnlth. 185 Harney street. ''
lliu aaa izui. ud..
ht.irh AND PICTURE FB'MES.
Jl'elnbart. 186 Douglas street, dealer In
.window gbs and picture framrt. Glazing
dona to order. ""
itt O. Sander.practical watcbraaer.f31U.h
BOOTS A2TD SH0E3.
Philip Lang. 153 Farnbsm at. between 10th
ai.d 115h. Iebl9yl
HL. Latey. corner 12th and Douglas streets,
nunuficturer and wholesale deJer In
candsandconfe-tlonery. Country trade- ao
Poland A Elliot, coil, lime, cement hair, etc,
lW Farnham it. Iebl3ni3
J A rasder.diugglst, corner 12th and Har
FencbAMcKo'n, fire and acjident insu
ranc fgents, over the pottolllce.
Elgutter, No. 2M Farnhain at. JelJtl
TtrAT. T5TATE AliD COAL OFFICE-
Tohn John-un, office 509 Ilth it between
t) Farnbani and Duulaa ; also ticket to and
from Europa. drain, inutance, etc a3yl
Anew laundry opned at 5U 11th St., lt
Farnbam and Douglas. The washing and
Ironing vill"bedonetof.ider, first claaa work
Lehman A Board, 1 oue and sign painters,
10th at. bet. F-rnhara and Harney. aHtf
Premium &oaP Worts. O-bwell Co.satill
manufacture their Fiemluni Soap. Flrt
nrst premiums avaided by the Dougla- county
and State lairs, and TottawatUmie county, la.
Oruera solicited from tV; trade
E. ESTAUIIOOK. V. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW..
OFFICE-S.W.Cor.Hthivjd Douglas. Oma
O. H. BALLOU.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office nCTelghton's new block, southeast cor
room, "id floor.
OMAHA. - EB
C. X. BALDWIN.
OtO. it. O'BEIKX.
n.nVIX ts. nmRiEBT,
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - " NEBRASKA.
john c. co win,
OFFICE CREIGHTON'S BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
Offlce 510 13th St., bet. jferakaa
and Douglas, Omaha, 'eb.
P 0. Box 800. """
SAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
J48 rARNIIAM STREAT.
JA3 w. SZ.B. lOmaha,Nuraaka.
3. a. arac.
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attoraers ind Counselors at Law.
Office, 506 Twelfth Street.
1,Um. LnrV Bar U. Omaha. Neb.
W, J. CONNELL,
Oouusollor art Ia"wr
AND , ,
Iffrlct Altornej for SccoHd Jafl.
OFUCS South side of Farnham, between
lMh ar 16th ata., opposite Court House.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATrORXEI AND COUXSELLO AT
Ao.MjianuiiBi eun Wr -al
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Atteraeyat-Law ana Solicitor 1b
CFri010T Pint Sitionil 2u
Attorney at Eawi
THLETEESIH STREET, 0KA1A.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Attomoy t - Xia o
HOICK'S OPERA IwdSE
OMAHA- - VSM. i !
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attoraej nj- ;cTBn1ar' at Law.
r 9StlWrfMmm1i TmeLtt Mmk.
H. L Jump is registered at the
Grand Pacific, Chicago. He ought
to be a H-i(gh) jumper.
Grat Island is to have a draw
ingext week. It will be conducted
by an Omaha dentist.
The City Council are now on the
home stretch in their protracted
3Iayob Chase is now calmly
surveying the situation. It will be
bis turn in a few days.
Forty thousand Russians and
twenty-four grand jurymen, will
find ample accommodations at the
State Immigration oftlce.
Governor Paddock is laying in
a stock of native cement for the
coming Granger Legislature. He
want3 to cement their affections to
the sticking point.
According to the Kansas City
Timet, political troubles, such as
tampering with ballot-boxes on the
night of election, are the tensations
A remarkable fact canjbe ascertain
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we Lave reduced to a very
low Orrure all of our clothing and
Gents', furnishing gojd, 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.3-ly 206 Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 205 Farnham st.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and sold.
HOTELS A D BL8TA0EASTS.
DMAHA, - - HEBEA8KA
The largest and best howl between Chicago
ind San Francisco.
Opened new beptember 30th, 1873.
sSO U UEJ. THKALL. Proprietor.
MtCISTEa OF I HE HKfAKTKD.
Ho- 498 10th Bt, tetieen Farolam & Harney.
Will by the aid of guirdlan spirit", obtain
or any one a riew of the pan, p ejent and lu-
tore. No foes charged lu taaes of alckness,
1U9 FABNUAM STBEET,
Bot. XOtlx and litis..
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERY
thing in the market.
Opeu from 7 au m. to 13 p. m.
-All Meals Served to Order.-J
0I8TEB3 SEB7ED IS EVEBY STYLE.
ri ill "pt IN SEASON. Prices to suit
(jAMlli the times.
I8S Farnbam street-
HASon hand a full line of Ladies' Goods
bi4i Lfl is closing out at cost. Glre him
a call and get good bargains.
SEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
aXirite has on hand an Jexcellen stock of
rani. waar. Ut In thecitr. of Eastern manu-
t ure or home niajfe. aggtml
' G. A. IENUQUEST.
190 FARSHAH ST.
Between Tenth and Elarenth htnrsts.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
41X. ADOUTTIIEAVATEK 1VORKS.
The central city of the West
Quite croud of late baa grown,
At d feels it can no longer wait
A good a.zed pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reserToir
Upon their higbest hill.
We read in the daya of Noan
That water wo ks were tried;
The trouble was t' ey had noKweil,
And so the people died.
L-t us then remember
If water work, we try.
To put In Mwera good and st rorg.
And maka our streets quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then ererybody in the town
Will buy their hats of Bunce.
Fur all new styles that i ow are out,
Some City kinds or a ore.
You'll find tbeni cheap at Bonce's
Famous New York store.
The Chimp'on Ilstterjof the West. io Doug
aa Street. uiehSGtf
Specially Exported far the Omaha Daily Bee,
br tht Atlantic tad Pacific Telegraph Co.
Washington, May 8.
The House bill to relieve certain
members of the Fifty-eighthlllinois
volunteers from the charge of mu
The House bill for the relief of
James C. Livingstone, late private
in the Third regiment of Iowa vol
Also the House bill granting pen
sion to Jullett Hall, daughter of
CommanderHall, late colonel of the
Eleventh Iowa Infantry.
Mr. Wright moved thatwhen the
Senate adjourn, it be until Mon
day. The morning hour having ex
pired, the Senate proceeded to the
consideration of the Geneva award
Mr. Sherman gave notice that
when the Geneva award bill was
disposed of, he would ask the Sen
ate to take up the finance bill, re
Mr. Oglesby, of the committee en
Indian affairs, reported without
amendment the bill to enable In
dians to become citizens of the
United States. Placed on tho cal
endar. On motion of Mr.Washburne, tho
resolution onered in the early ses
sion by tho late Senator Sumner,
for the settlement of difficulties be
tween nations by arbitration, vas
taken from the table, and referred
to the committee on foreign rela
tions. The Geneva award bill was
read, and the amendments proposed
by the committee were agreed to.
Mr. Edmunds, in ejq)laining tho
bill contended that the government
had no right to distribute any of
the money to insurance companies,
as risks assumed by the companies
were in the nature of speculation.
Mr. Thurman offered an amend
ment striking out the provisions for
bidding the payment of any claim
of insurance companies, unless it
has shown the claimants entire loss
from war risks exceeds the entire
premium received for such risks.
Mr. Thurman expressed a desire
and Intention to speak upon the bill,
and in advocacy of His amendment,
but said he was not physically able
to do so to-day, and the Senate on
motion of Mr. Morton, went into
executive session and soon after
adjourned until Monday.
Mr. Halo withdrew the motion to
lay the centennial bill on tho table,
and it was recommitted to tho spec
ial centennial committee.
The Senate amendment to the
bill for the relief of Mississippi suf
ferers was concurred in, and tho
House proceeded to the considera
tion of privato bills.
The rule setting apart Fridays
and Saturdays for private bills was
changed so as to have Fridays only
for such business.
After the passage of a number of
private bills the House took a recess
until evening, which session is for
Washington, May 8.
At an adjourned meeting of the
Republican Senatorial caucus this
afternoon, there was a long discus
sion on the civil rights bill with a
view to modifying some of its pro
visions to make it acceptable to all
members of the minority. No con
clusion was reached. It is believed
at another meeting action will be
taken to provide for changes in the
bill clearly admitting separate
schools for white and colored chil
dren, also to separato accommoda
tions at inns and theatres for col
Lrrriaj Rock, May 8.
Last night about 25 of Baxter's
men started under poro,ipan.d of
CapL Welch' on Uie stf amer Hallie,
to intercept arms belonging to the
Industrial University which were
being brought from Fort Smith by
Brook's fcn. The Brookites heard
of this and a regiment under Col. ,
Brooks was dispatched by train to
head tho boat off. About a mile
above they assembled on the bank
and fired upon the boat as she came
along. A number were wounded
while upon the hurricane deck.
Frank Truuis was killed. Sam
Houston, captain of the boat, was
shot through the body; John. Myu?,
through tjip brpasti Bascom
Leigh, in the leg.' One shot
passed through tho Hallle's
steam pipe, and disabled her.
She floated to the bank op
posite Booker's force and was aban
doned. Rooker took possession of
her and brought tho wounded to
Little Rock. Captain Houston died
soon after arrival ; Myers is mortal
ly wounded. Col. Welch held up a
white flag which was riddled by tho
attactlng party. Bth sides to
night sent out cavalry In search of
the escaped party. Brooks' men
have stopped Fort Smith trains to
prevent members of the legislature
and Baxter's fqreos from arriving.
A large number "of "the legislature
are here and It seems probable
there will bo a quorum o'n Monday.
Latest reports state that four negroes
were killed and a number wounded
on Brooks' side by a return fire on
the Baxter men on the Hallie.
Washington, May 8.
Tbe Cabinet was in session nearly
two hours to-day and considered
th Arkansas question but arrived
at no conclusion.
Thedeclsion of the Supreme Court
in favor of Brooks Is In suph direct
contradiotion to its previous decision
that the legislature had" exclaaive
control of the question, aagsHeats
the difficulty of the general govern
ment In solving the matter, and
great surprise ".t suqh decision la ex
pressed by the Cabinet There may
be some decision tomorrow, but the
attorneys of the two parties are con
tinually presenting new points and
argument, and It is not certain that
a decision can be reached. A Cab
inet officer said, this afternoon that
the government-was heartilytlred
of the controversy. When the de
cision Is made a proclamatIont will
be Issued, which with all interested
must settle the question. I
Topeka, Kansas, 3Sjjr 8.
The annual meetlntr of the steak-
holders of the Kansas Pacific nil'
way company, was held at La
rence yesterday. Robt. E. C:
Adolphus Meyer, C. S. Greeley,
W. Lewis, jr., 8, M. EdgelJ, John
D. Perry, Theodore G. Meyer, and
Robert Barth, Gorman consul at St,
Louis. Thomas A. Scott and M.
Baird, of Pbdladelaala, and L. H.
Meyer, of New York, were elected
directers. Robert . Carr.was re-
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The Baxterites Go Through the
Large Reinforcments for
Election of Officers of the Kan
sas Pacific Railroad.
Ben Hogan Accidentally
ceives a Fatal Shot.
N ew York, May 8.
A Herald London special says
the fire on the American steamship
Ohio has been extinguished. Her
cargo is much damaged.
A special from Little Rock says
General Edgarton, a special agent
of the Postoifice Deuartment, was
arrested Wednesday night by Bax
ter's military government and con
fined for a short time in the guard
A company of Baxterites cap
tured the Memphis and Little Rock
train Wednesday night, and broke
open the mails, pretending that
they were searching for men. The
train was delayed about an hour.
Baxter's pickets are constantly
firing on Brooks' sentinels. Earth
works are being thrown up at the
State House to strengthen the bar
ricades. Fortifications are under
way across the street from the State
House in vacant lots, and pickets
are now posted on the opposite side
walk. All the windows in the
State Housfe are barricaded and
Ioopholetl. Large reinforcements
are on their way for Baxter, and a
fight seems imminent.
Last evenincr sheriff Tanner of
Faulkner county was talking to
Col. Rose, when Gen. Barton of
Baxter's forces, struck Tanner on
the head with a navy revoi er. He
bled copiously; was taken to the
Anthony House and tho wound
was dressed. It is feared that he is
Tho over-dUe steamer Ethopia
from Glagow has not yet arrived.
She has on board a large party from
Europe, who propose making a tour
of the United States and Canadas.
The vessel has now been out twenty
days and the anxiety for her safety
About forty Mennonites from
Russia, who arrived on Wednesday,
left yesterday for Dakota, where a
colony is being formed. A large
number of Canadians, residents of
the United States, will participate
in the festivities of St. John's day,
June 24th, at Montreal. A re
union of Canadian delegates was
held in this city last night, uhen
it was announced that a majority
of members comprising the thirty
six different Canadian organiza
tions in the Unttod States would
leave hero next month to parade
through the streets of Montreal.
Pawhattan arrived at Hampton
roads April 6th, and has been or
dered to the Norfolk navy yards.
Secretary "Richardson telegraphs
from Richmond that he will reach
Washington at 9 p. m. to-day. His
health Is somewhat improved.
Pittsburgh, May 8.
A special dispatch from Petrolla
City, Butler county, says Ben
Hogan, the pugilist, was shot at that
place at one o'clock thjs morning.
Two unknovrn men had a dispute
in Hogah's h'ouse, when a woinan
named Miss Vic Venpaso interfered
and drpw a revolver on one of tho
men, Hogan attempted to knock
the revolver from her hand, when
it went off", tho ball entoring his
groin. Hogan Is now lying In a
critical condition. The ball has not
been extracted; and tlie physicians
say they canrot teU wiietber'the
wound will "prove fatal or tfot.'
Washington, May S.
The following has been received
at headquarters relative to a delega
tion of citizens which left Bozeraan;
Montana, some tlmo since to ex
plore the Yellowstone and Tongue
Fort Ellis, Mon. Ter. 1
May 1st, 1874.
To Aast. Adjt General, Dejiarlmenl
St Paul couriers from thp Yellow
stone party of citizens" report them
retiring up the Yellowstone, -with
frequent s:irmishos with the In
dians. They turned back near
Tongue river after a fight, and have
"reached a point about 195 miles
from here. One man was killed
and two wounded. A number of
Indians were killed.
Signed N. B. Switer.
Second U. 8. Cavalry,
New Orleans, May 8.
From a great mass of correspond
ence the following is selected as
showing substantially a report of
the whole: Mr. Reddit, writing
frqm Cuba Ouachita Parish, says
the country for miles around Is sub
merged, and twelve farms are
almost entirly under watpr within
three miles of tHis place, with a
population of seven hundred per
sons, from the breaking of the Cuba
levee. The levee broke on April
8, and the current of water was so
strong that it washed away every
thing on my lot except my dwel
ling house and store "house; ray
corn, horses and oxen are all gone.
The water in my house is four feet
deep and rushes though in such a cur
rent as to make it tremble like a leaf.
But not me alone. There are seven
or eight hundred others, similarly
situated within a few miles. W. J.
Ellish has lost everything; the water
on the floor of his dwelling Is five
t deep, ana ne has'nt a pound, of
ons on hsflfl for tumself and
colored people. There Is no
oh" 6ff of getting any in the neigh-
Dr. JonesTwriawf from Boscebel
plantation, OcheioVjfvJsh, says
there, are 3,000 peSJitUa limits
f nis reach who
caunt of the overflow. He is unable
to supply the demand for medicine,
and askes that medicine be forward
ed at once. a '
Washington, May 8.
The House met at 11 o'clock, Mr.
Randall from the committee on
rules reported an amendment to
rules, limiting considerable bills to
Friday. After some discussion the
rules were changed so as to assign
them to Monday.
A bill for the relief of sufferers by
the overflow in the lower Missis
sippi, was taken up.
A joint resolution offered by the
lato Senator Sumner at the begin
ning of the session, providing for a
settlement of International disputes
by arbitration, was taken from the
table and referred to the committee
on Foreign relations.
The bill giving the assent of Con
gress for the improvement of Wolf
river, was taken up, and the Senate
amendment concurred in. '
A committee was authorized to
sit during the recess, to prosecute
the investigation relative to the
By special order, the bill for the
relief of the State of Tennessee, in
connection with certain railroad
property and material, then"" came
up, and after discussion, tho bill
Buffalo, May 8.
About two hundred feet'of the
storehouse sheds of tho' Grand
Trunk and Great Western railroad
was destroyed last night byjire,- to
gether with a first-class locomotive
and two hundred tonsf'of coalt 130
tons of which was loaded on coal
cars. Total loss $20,000.
Cincinnati, May 8.
The Catholic telegraph official
organ of Arch Bishop,Purcell states
that at the conference of Catholic
arch-bishops it' was decided that
Philadelphia, Boston, Peoria, Santa
Fe and Milwaukee bo made arch
Episcopal Sees if the Pope approves
the result of the conference, which
has been sent to Rome.
Kansas City, May 8.
Yesterday afternoon and evening
tho Board of trade of this city ap
pointed a committee of business
men to visit Texas, including the
cities of Ft. Scott, Denison, and
Galveston, for the purpose of inaug
urating a new line of transportation
to the East, via of the city of Gal
veston. It is proposed to represent to a
line of steamships the advantage of
making Galveston a point of ship
ment, and turn the traffic of the
west to that point.
Washington, D. C, May 1.
The Cabinet is in session. Tho
Arkansas question is the subject of
The navy department has re
ceived information of the death of
Arsene U. Girault, professor of
mathematics in the United States
navy, who died at New Brunswick,
on the second inst. Prof. Girault
has been in the navy sinco 1S45;
most of the time at the naval acade
my, and, was on thp retired, list at
the tfme of his death.
Boston, May 8
The steamship Garden, which
was lost on her voyage to Liver
pool, was insured in the Boston and
New York Jnsurance companies.
Washington, May 8.
The California aquarium car,
which is to make an overland trip
with a load of living fish from
Charlestown, N. H., will precede
the first fast train.
The steamship Ethiopian, now
nine days overdue ' from Glasgow,
h"as not yet been heard from. Her
agents here express tho opinion
that her machinery is disabled
and the vessel Is proceeding uuder
Quebec, May S.
The ico bridge ;n the harbor ' is
still firm.. 1?tie general opinion is
that it will not move for two weeks
yet It Is the largest opening for
twenty years, and. is a great draw
back to business. The ships waiU
ing at India Cove will bo delayed
two or three weeks. Ail tho afore
rooms hero are fujl of flour and
grain waiting an outlet to thoocean.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
N, ew York, May 8, 1 p. m.
Money Easy at 34.
Exchange Active; 4 88J forsixty
days, 4 91 J for sight.
Gold Firmer and higher; opened
at 12 with advance to I, which Is
the present price.
Governments Firmer and in
better demand; currency 6's 1 16.
Stocks Opened irregular and
firmer then declined ja per cent,
after which was a rally and ad
vance of jal per cent
New York Produce Market.
New York, May 8.
Brcadstuffb Opened dull, except
Flour Quiet; superfine state and
western 5 G05 85; extra 625
Wheal Dull; spring 1 C01 63;
No. 2 Chicago 151 151 J; No, 2
Milwaukee spring 1 5f 5S.
Corn Strong lit 8aT
Oats-Steady at 8788J.
Rye and Barley Dull and nom
inal. Provisions Opened heavy.
Pork and Lard Nominal an(
Leather, Iron and Wool Un
changed. ' Chicago Produce Market.
Wheat Quiet but unsettled, and
a shade lower. No. 1, 1 28; No. 2
regular, 1 24al 24J, closed 1 24J;
spot or Maj or June sold at 1 25Ja
1 2SJ, closed atl 25al 25$; July at
1 25J; No. 3, 1 19; rejected, 1 11a
1 12; No. 2, 1 27Jal 28.
Corn Active, firm, and a shade
higher. No. 2 63Ja63J; regular, 63J
a63J; fresh spot May, 64a64i,
closed 64t; July, 65J; rejected, 61 Ja
61j; 2fo. 2 ear corn, 70c.
Oats- Active and firmer, No, 1
regular at 48, strictly fresh, 474: re
jected sold at 46.
St Ltuit Live Stock.
St. Louis, May 8.
Hogs Receipts, 3,00; firm, ac
tive; bacon 4 404 85.
Cattle Receipts 6,00; quiet and
unchanged: good to prime steers
4 25Q4 75j choice to extra 5 25
raueep receipts aw; snaae ea-
The Spanish Government Again
Applies to Germauy for
London, May 8.
After the capture of Bilboa by
Marshal Serrano, the Spanish Gov
ernment again applied to Germany
for recognition of the republic. De
tached bands of Carlists continue to
harrass the neighborhood of Bilboa.
In a communication to the Pall
Mall Gazette, Sir Lambert Lorraine
says: In the reported interview
with myself, published in a New
York paper (Herald), is fictitious. I
never said that blood was thicker
than water. The people of Englaud
have strong affection for their
American cousins, and that it would
give mo great pleasure to receive a
silverljrick. Whatever may be my
opinions, I am no admirer of those
Englishmen who are given to fawn
ing upon their American cousins,
at the expense of their own self re
spect Havana, May S.
Captain General Concha gave a
farewell dinner last night to Chin
San Pin, Chineo Commissioner.
The heads of various departments
and other distinguished persons
Madrid, May 8.
Castelar has tendered his con
gratulations t Marshal Serrano on
his success in North Spain. Reply
ing to the congratulations of his
heroical conduct, the Marshal said
the Carlists movement was only
shaken, and not vanished entirely.
Don Carlos has isued a proclama
tion to his followers expressing con
fidence that this cause will eventual
London, May S.
At a meeting of the miners now
on a strike, held at Durham yester
day, it was agreed to accept terms
proposed by the employers.
Tho amount of bullion in the bank
of England has decreased 3.50,000
pounds during the past week. The
proportion of bank reserve to liabil
ity is 33 per cent.
London, May 8.
In the House of Commons j-ester-day,
in reply to Mr. George Ander
son, member from Glasgow, Hon.
Robert Burke, under city foreign
debt, said her majesty's government
desires to resume diplomatic rela
tions with Mexico, and is ready to
receive overtures to that end, but
none has as yet been received. Mr.
Burke, also in reply to Sir Henry
WolfF, said the present government
had not considered it their duty to
take steps to carry into execution
the sixth clauso of tho treaty of
In reply to Inquiry from Mr.
Goldsmith, Mr. WooKey, prc-iilont
of tho board of trade,, stated that
Mr. Miller, a government inspector,
attached to tho board of trade, was
going to America on a two years'
leave of absence, to examine Into
the affairs of the Erie railway ; but
the arrangement was private, one
of which the government was not
officially cognizant. Mr. Goldsmith
gave notice that he would call the
attention of the home to the mat
ter. St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, May 8.
Flour Quiet and unchanged; su
perfine winter at 4 404 75.
Wheat Dull; No. 2 Chicago at
126; No. 2Redatl55.
Com Dull, lower; No. 2 mixed
67 on track; 69 June.
Oats Dull; No 2 52 east track.
13th St., bet. Farnham and Havnej.
AU kinds o! TAILORING, CLEANING ana
RETAlKlNU dan at reasonable raU
Condemned Gov't Property
Depot Q'Jabt.iuiastku's Offce, )
Omaha. Neb., Mar 4th, 1374.
ON WEDNESDAY, THE 3d DAY OF
June, 1874. there wUl be sold at public auc
tion, at the Quartermaster's Depot, at the In
tersection of 13th an Webster streets, Oajalia,
Nebraska, condemned property, as follows, tIz;
7hores,2mulfS, IS army wou.j,t anibu'ance,
55 saddles, 2,-t saddle blankets, 81 single sets
harness". 110 stores, (as old iron by weight),
I'M feet rubber hose, 5.97G grain sacks, anl va
rious miscellaneous articles, such as tools, etc.
Also 5 wall teats, with flies, 25 shorels, 5
spaded, 36 axes, 5 bibley stores, 2iron bunks,
The sale to commence at 1Q o'clock a. i?.
Br order of Hiur.AD'En-GEEFRAi.ORD.
Assistant Quartermaster U. S. A.
set FarBbaia St., Bet. 14th at IStb
Sft tO S20 PcI? AU ciassesecl work
ing people oieiCher sex, young or old, make
J. S, SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at - Law,
Room 9, Visscher'a Block,
MONU1TNT3, -.TOMBSTONES, ETC., 'ETC,
o. n. aixLotr.
CeOKE l BAIXOTJ.
Orders lor dreaaed hogs, bref and mutton
M. BELLMAN & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SIFIRIIN-a- .ATD STTIIVCIMIIEIK, SEjSlSOIsT
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Cothing s Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Comprises tne Lfctost .Novelties.
We Have also a Full Line in BOY'S
WE WELL SELL OURG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
PAUL STOCK!, 1873 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELYET& BEAVER CLOAKINGS,
A FULL STOCK OF StLAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO TJNDERWARE AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LIXKEN IN GREAT VARIETY. A PULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS. QIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND HATS.
os:3jp3e TBiA.isr the cheapest
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
ES?St55 g?ds which 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 rmrchas
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES dec, UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
c, &c. &c.
S. K. TOR.olTIiNTIIauidFARNUABI.
Schneider & Burmester
1TN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Stoics.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and lu ihe beat manner,
iuetn troet aept24 d)
9IR8. J. E.VASDKRCOOK
Besldenco and oQce No. 533 l&'h at., between
Dodge at. and Capitol arenue.
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women anl children. f3tf.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGES'.., betn 13th and, 14th,.
AU kinds of turning executed, proiap'lf and
at recsonable prices, mcblOmS
171 ramaaa. , 8. B.Cor. lift St.
OMAHA. ... - NEB
At Wholesale and SetalL
BEST O" MISSOURI AVIIITE OAK AND
Burr Oak fence Posts, also wood of the
aamo quality, for sole cheap at 8. P.BBIGGS
wood jard acrStl
33 Chlcazo Streettsear Foartfaath.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
X. fgt F,arakamsr.lx.lSt)tl6tb.
ALL orders anl repairing promptly attended
to nd satisfaction guarrantced.
WCaih psld for hides.
H. C. WALKER,
MANUFAC1UKCK AND DEALER IN
BOOTS & SHOES
S10 13th St, Retwsea Fainham and Doaslas
LEWIS 8. KXXD
BYRON REED & CO.
Tha Oldart TatiMlaktd
Real Estate Agency
-AND DEALERS IN-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
'u!I Assortment of Imported Woolens. All Work Warranted.
232 TaraJaamSt, . . Omalia, XTeb.
31 5 od I T
-A. IE. SI IM: H? S O 35T,
-MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
S32 Ei:BTrEE3sra?H: st.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DELER3 IN
Farm IkCachlnery and Wagons,
No. 13 Sonth 10th Street,
Cor. 13th. and Hamsy Streets,
o:m:a.:e3:.a, - - - , hxteib.
W. B. RICSJRJDSOIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
And MaBBfactarer ofDrjr aa X Saturated ftooflBfrani;5beniIiIng Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing, Fitoh, Coal, Tar, Etc, Etc.
RThitoe.n,2dirUa0li SUU,. Offlc. opposite the G Work,, on
JOHN H. GREEN.
GKAI5, FLOUK 1SD FEED,
225 rrolujB Strest,
WXOLSUXX AXS UT.W, BaUIXB XX
and YOUTH'S Clotliin
TAN DORN'S aUCIIItfE
AU kinds of light and heary
MACHINERY MADE & BEPAIRED.
D9AU Work QuaranlccdfTSl
2M HAMET 8TSEET, - OMAHA.
Bttwetn Sth and 10th.
dipped 98ak unshorn
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