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OMAHA. WEDNESDAY MORNING-. MAY 20, 1874.
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LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORT.
McUureA Mnith. 1S3 Harney street. UU
Uth and l'flh. Uel8U
QLAB3 A8D PICTUBS JKIUI&.
JBeinhart. 18C HoujIm street, dealer In
.irlndow gUsiaud picture lrami.OUxlng
lone to order. "
-CTT 0. fiinde,prctical watchmaser,?3i:4 h
B00T3 AND SH0E8.
Philip Lang. 155 Farnham at. between 10th
HL. Later, comer 1.2th and Douglas streets;
minuliCtnrer and wholeaale deJer in
cand'ei and conle.tionery. Country trade
FUnd A F31i..t,coal, lime, cement hair, etc.,
131 Farnham st. IcblSmS
J A. RoIer, druggist, corner 12th and Uar
Elgutter, No. 100 Farnham it. JelTtf
John Johnson, office 539 14th at between
Farnham and Doulas ; also tickets to and
irom Europe, drafts, insu'ance, etc a2lyl
A omt laundry opened at 511 Uth at, bet.
A Farnham and Douglas. The washing and
Ironing will be done to order, first clasi work
Lehman A Bard, hou-e and sign painters.
10th st. but. Farnham and Harney. 23U
Ttremium feoap Works. Powell A Co, still
C maou'acture their Piemium Soap. FWe
first premium! awarded by the Dougla county
and State Iain, and Pottawattamie eoonty.;Ia.
Orders solicited from the trade.
ft'. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE S.W. Cor. llthiod Douglas, Oma--Neb.
ED. B. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
OBee n Crelghton's new block, southeast cor
OMASA - RM
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SPAUN & PRITCHEn,
.Utftja lad Counselors at Law.
PAce, 606 Twelfth Btrect,
tfrn.-r. Ik Rnr 4M, Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
attorney - "
EBICK'S OPEBA HOUSE
OMAHA - J'E.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Attoraej an! ;CouaSBler at Law.
- - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Atteracr-at-Law &n Solicitor la
OFFIOL -Otk Pint Istinal kt
Attorney at Law
ftU-3 THIETEE5TH 8TEEET, OMAHA
BALDW1I st O'BatlEW,
oace-CUldwell Block,1 Douglas Rtaot,
0HAHA, - - -
JOHN 0. CO WIN,
HTICE-CBEIGHTON'S BLOCK; j
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
0Be 510 13th SU, bet Faraaaa
aad DoHglas, Oaaaaa, Xefc.
v D. Box bo "fiui
bAVAGE & MANDERSOh.
Attorneys at Law?
M2 FAENHAil STBEAT.
janaa w. sfl" . I Osaaha. Nebraska.
X. J. BUBNHAH.
ATTOEi EI ASS CAUXSELLOK UL
Ko. 260 Faruhani Street
OMAHA - - - 3fEB
J. S. SHROPSHIMB,
K om 9, Ylsachee'a Block,
If Omaha had voted for Water
Works beer WOuId not have gone up
to twelve dollars a eb.
Perambulating cattle on the
sidewalks remind us forcibly that
the poundmaster is dead.
If Omaha does not organize a sys
tem of street cleaning, people will
soon have to wear-patent clothes
pins on their noses.
The blessed city ordinances have
so far saved Omaha from the entic
ing allurements of the circus, but
they will not hinder us from attend
ing the performance in the big cir
The Nebraska City Prat man
wants to know whether marriage
by telegraph is legal. The Bee
opines there can be no great harm
done, even if it should be illegal,
as long as the contracting parties
remain at a respectable telegraph
ing distance from each other.
And now the Washington gossip
mongers assure us that General
Sherman i-J moving headquarters
to St Louis, with a vieW of becom
ing the Grangers' standard bearer
for President in 187G. That proba
bly explains why the General re
fused to issue on order for arms to
his formidable Nebraska rival.
Buffalo Bill has certified to
the wonderful curative properties
of Dr. Pierce's medical discoveries.
That settles it. Buffalo Bill and
Texas Jack are well known and
highly esteemed in this part of the
country, and on the great plains, for
their matchless voracity and bound
TnE good people of Lone Tree are
doubtless not aware what a delicious
treat lies in store for them. From
the New York Tribuncof May ICth,
we glean that a Detroiter who re
moved to Lone Tree, Nebraska, a
year or two ago, writes to a tobacco
house In that city, to send him five
pounds of "line-cut" by express, ad
ding: "I am a candidate for Sheriff
"of this county, and I think by a ju
dicious use of five pounds of good
tobacco I can secure 200 majority."
Unfortunately for tobacco chew-
ers, the regular election for Sheriff
.in Merrick couuty will not take
place until October 1875, unless the
present occupant should decide to
die or resign.
Knocked Sown !
A. remarkable fact can.be ascertain
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we have rednced to a very
low figruro all of our clothing and
Gents', furnishing goods, far below
tbo price of any other house. Oyer
coats 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 20G Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer1!, 20$ Farnham st
Unredeemed pledges for gale.
BuIIroad tickets bought aud 6old.
?th street between Jones and LeaTenworth sta.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KiEPSTHE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladles' and Gsi.tVtr aw hat, trim
med and untrlmmed, Parueb. plane, Mar
aeUlea, Nalnsoofcs and aU kinds of Dry tioods,
Ladles' and Gents' Bo- ts, etc. My line of Dry
Goods is Complete. Selling only lor CASH, i
ui aJJe to UNDERSELL any other Dealer lu
the City Our PKICESare LOWEK than ever
heard ol belore. jnyll-3m-pl
City Meat Market.
Keen constantly onhaid
A LARGE SUPPY OF
Bzm r, Pom
J AS. M. MCVITTIE,
WHOLESALE DEALEB IN
133 suae! lie rarsahaM ttTMC
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Specially Reported for th Omant, Dally Bee,
br th Atlantic aad Paciie Telsjrapi Co.
Washington,' May 1.
Mr. Wright called up the bill for
benefit of occupying claimants of
public lands. Passed.
At the expiration of the morning
hour, the legislative apportionment
bill was taken up.. Various amend
ments were made to the bill, the
most important of which was the,
modification of the first section.
On motion of Mr. Sargent, to
read : "No civil officer of the gov
ernment shall hereafter receive any
compensation or perquisite directly
or indirectly from the treasury or
property of the United States, be
yond his salary or compensation al
lowed by law; provided that this
shall not be construed to prevent
the emploj'ment and payment by
the department of justice of district
attorneys, as now allowed bylaw
for the, performance of services not
covered by their salaries or fees."
The bill was then reported to the
Senate and the amendments of the
committee were agreed to, with the
exception of the section relating to
covering into the treasury of unex
plained balances, which was modi
lied so as to provide that it shall
take effect on the first of July, 1875,
instead of 1874.
The bill was then read the third
time and passed.
Mr. Sargent, from the committee
on appropriations, reported, with
various amendments of an impor
tant character, the sundry civil ap
propriation bill. Ordered printed.
Mr. Frelinghuysen moved that
the Senate proceed to the consider
ation of the civil rights bill. The
yeas and nays were ordered. The
roll call showed no quorum and the
The House took up the Senate
amendments to the naval appropri
ation bill, the same which were con
curred in; the others were non-concurred
in by the latter senatorial
commissioners of conference ap
pointed by the speaker.
Mr. E. H. Roberts, from the ways
and means committee reported a
bill to amend custom laws and re
Mr. Dawes moved an amendment
striking out the third section provi
ding that-any informer paying any
United States official any portion of
money received by him, snail have
a per(ctual right of action for its
Mr. Beck introduced an amend
ment making it unlawful for any
Congressman to act as agent, advo
cate, or lawyer, for any person
against whom the proceedings have
been brought for the violation of the
Both amendments are pending.
Mr. Roberts opened the discussion
on the bill.
Mr. Roberts advocated earnestly
the passage of the bill and was fol
lowed by Mr. Beck on the same
side who denounced the moiety
system as a compact of the Govern
ment with a pack of thieves. He
referred especially to the ease'bf
Phelps, Dodge & Co., and alluded
to Senator Conklin and Gen. Butler
as counsel or Custom House offi
cials, charging that Butler got a
large fee out of Jayne's moieties,
and those of the thief who stole
Phelps, Dodge & Co's., papers. How
much Conkling got he did not
know. Mr. Kasson, a member of
the committee declared there wasn't
a particle of evidence implicating
Mr. Conkling, as receiving a cent.
Mr. Beck maintained and read from
Mr. Dodge's testimony to show
ffia't Mr. "Conkling acted as counsel
for informers, He inaihtfeineti the
assertion against the protestation
of Mr. Hale of New York, and
others, and concluded with the
5sert!on that the custom houses
were dense with corruption kept up
on account of their p0litial power.
Mr, JJasson QHPfed from Mr.
Dodge's Testjindny the asMFtioji
that he didn't believe Conkjjng fras
implicated in tho option agajast
their bouse. Mr. Dawes quoted
Judge Davis' testimony to show
that Conklinjr was simply giving
his view of the law at Davis' re
quest. Barchard and Niblock both
members of the ways and means
oomiuiffeeV advocated tho bill, the
former adding thAt oe frouhj b,ave
preferred to see the whoJo system
of custom house oaths abolished as
had been done in England; and the
latter opposing the third section of
the blU as a mandamus.
Mr. Beck withdrew his amend
ment, stating that he baa been In
formed it would endanger the pass
age of the bilL
Mr. Dawes closed the debate in
support of the bill, and the House
proceeded .to vote on Mr. Dawes'
amendment striking out the third
section which was agreed to, 97 to
79, and the bill then passed.
Mr, Smith, of New York, from
tho election committee, presented a
report on tho Louisiana contested
election case, Pinobbaok and Sheri
dan, that neither had presented
evidence of bis clectiou.
Mr. Lamar presented a minority
report that Sheridan was elected,
Pinchback not ; both were ordered
During the iliscusskm of the
moieties bill a message was received
from tho Senate announcing the
passage of the resolution for a final
adjournment June 22d.
Mr. Beck, who was speaking,sug
gested tho Senate be tafcea at its
word and offered to yield for a Vote
on the resolution, a proposition also
which Mr. Dawes urged, but Mr.
Kasson objected to until tho pend
ing bill was disposed of. At the
close of the moities debate another
attempt was made to take up the
resolution but objection waa Q)atle,
and the House took a recess. The
evening session will be for general
Albany,N. Y., May 19.
In the Phelps trial this morning,
an attempt to get a list ot jurors
competent before law was contin
ued. A Jiumber of extra panels
were examined", but none answered
the requirements", and without "mik
king any material progress In, the
case the court adjourned until 10
New Haven, May
In a joint session ot the
ture to-day. Hon. W. W.
(Democrat) was elected U. 8.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Proceedings Began Against
Several Railroads to De
prive then of their
Further Particulars of the Res
Arkansas Afairs Quieting
Proceedings for Treason Likely
to be Commenced against
Brooks and his Lead
New York, May 19.
A special correspondent of the
Daily Graphic at Leeds, give some
interesting particulars of the flood.
There are in all nine factories and
nearly one hundred dwelling de
stroyed, which are divided as fol
lows: Williamsburg, 55 lives lost,
4 factories, 1 grist mill, 1 saw mill,
and 25 dwellings; Skiuuerville, 5
lives lost, 1 factory, 25 dwellings;
Haydenville, 33 lives, 1 factory, 1
brass foundry, 1 savings bank, and
At Leeds 43 were lost, 2 factories,
1 shop and 15 dwellings are gone.
George Cheney, keeper of the
Williamsburg reservoir, aud whose
business it was to regulate the quan
tity of water supplied to the mills
below, Bays the rain poureu uown
all Friday night and hundreds of
little streams into the reservoir.
Cheney and family were breakfast
ing about 6:30 a. m. when they
heard the water rushing from the
dam. He went out and saw ttiat
the water had worn out around the
tube, and immediately started on
horseback to notify the people in the
Cheeney says there was too little
dirt and stone and sand to hold the
water. The dam was altogether
too small and not heavy enongh.
Rev. Mr. Kimball, of Hayden
ville, says the flood lasted only
about fifteen minutes before its vio
lence was spent, in half an hour it
was down, and in an hour the river
was in its old channel.
Chicago, May 19.
The State of Wisconsin has,
through its Attorney General, in
stituted proceedings under the new
railroad law to deprive the Milwau
kee A St Paul and the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad companies of
their charters and corporate fran
chises. They have, as is alleged,
forfeited the same by violating the
law passed by the legislature for the
regulation of passenger and freight
Little Rock, May 18.
General Newton Is commanding
Baxter's forces and General Faygan
of Brook's, had an interview to
night. It was arranged that Bax
ter should take possession of the
House to-morrow. A party of men
went over the river at Argenta to
night, and it is stated killed a des
perado named Massey, who, for
some time passed, has been a terror
of the vicinity.
For the first time since the insur
rection Gov. Baxter went outside his
picket line and visited his residence
situateo; about half a railp fron tjie
oty. He was escorted by r tym
pany of cavalry and passed through
the streets unmolested. Street
fights are vory numerous to-night,
and it Is exceedingly dangerous for
non-combatants to venture out
doors. News from the country con-
to he most- alarming and fre-
Baxter this evening will Issue a
proclamation, which, in connection
with the action of the legislature in
passing a resolution to investigate
the affairs of a number of State of
ficers is taken as an indication that
civil proceedings for treason will be
commenced against Brooks and his
Spbinqfield. Mass., May 19.
Further datails of the terrifiic disas
ter In Hamilton county, Mass., do
not confirm the wild rumors which
at first arose, though, the loss of life
and the destruction of property are
very great, One hundred and fbrty
five persons are believed to have
perished, and $1,000,000 worth of
property awept away, and from 300
to 400 families rendered homeless.
To add to the general confusion and
distress, thieves and rough char
acters from neighboring cities and
cy$n fr"?m ew York and Boston
nave sw'4'rnietl in bore for plunder.
A temporary relief oommitteo has
been organized and have gone to
A large meeting was held at
Northampton, and steps taken to
aflbrd systematic and permanent
lelief. The available funds for this
work now reach 50,000. The mili
tqry maris have been provided for
protection from thieves, Busjnpas
men are not borne down .by the
weight of the calamity. Hayden,
Gerer A Co. have been only pre
vented by the rain from beginning
the work of rebuilding. It is ex
pected that Inquiry into the causes
of the disaster will be ordored by
New York, May 19.
Harding, the pedestrian, will to
morrow walk from 3.8th street and
Fith avenue to Jerome Park, over
the same course walked by James
Gordon Bennett, a distance of ten
miles, against time, for a wager of
$500. He Is backed to beat the
best time made by Bennett by ten
Brooklyn, May 19.
It is stated that Governor Dix
has decided, in consequence of the
unusually heavy calIendar,'to order
a specjal term of Qyer and Termi
ner Court, for the trial of theindici
ted city officials. A special term
wll probably open on tho first of
the week, in June, when the indic
ted Coaamiaaionera of Charities, are
to be out on trial. Snraeue's trial
;irill follow, and all the cases will
New York, May 19.
The remains of the late Major
General George L. Hackstaff of the
United States army, were taken to
West Point by steamer this morn
ing, where the funeral will take
place this afternoon. A detach
ment of troops from Governor's Is
accompanied the remains, acting as
guard of honor.
Little Rock, May 19.
Two members of the Brooks fac
tion took their seats in the legisla
ture, which is now in full session,
on bills of local character. An act
has been passed suspending the
sales of personal property and lauds
for delinquent taxes. Also, an act
cauing a constitutional convention
for July 14.
The city is quiet; and the troops
of both armies are returning to
The General Assembly will meet
in the State House, bn Wednesday
The Brooks faction accept the sit
uation, but still look to Congress for
some action in regard to the diffi
culty between Brooks and Baxter.
H. Clay Goff, Supervisor of Mis
sissippi county, vwas waylaid and
killed yesterday, by some unknown
parties, supposed to have been op
posed Jo him in politics.
Reading, Pa., May 18.
The Eagle denounces the state
ments heretofore in circulation that
the Wool Hat Factories Union of
this State having resolved to sus
pend all operations by the close of
the week, thus throwing thousands
of people out of employment.
Little Rock, May 19.
Reports from the country contin-.
uc iu uc juuai maiming, uiiu iic-
quent affrays occur. Baxter, last
night, issued a proclamation,
which In connection with the
action of the Legislature
in passing a ra-oution wherein
to investigate the affairs of (a num
ber of State officers, to be taken as
an indication that civil proceedings
for treason will be commenced
against Brooks and his leading sup
This morning a telegram was re
ceived from Washington stating
that it was reported at the East that
Brooks' negroes'were being murder
ed in cold blood by Baxter's men.
This la emphatically denied and is
not true .so far as can be ascertained.
St. Lodis, May 1 9,
Judge McClure, Chief Justice of
Arkansas, and Col. Oliver, sheriff
ofi'uiasKi county, of that State,
have arrived .here and are on their
way to Washington. Judge Mc
Clure openenly declares that the
statements upon which Attorney
General Williams predicated his
opnjon in the Brooks-Baxter case
are false from beginning to end, and
that the courts of ha stato, includ
ing the Supreme Court, have never
had under adjudication cases erron
eously made up by Mr. Williams
with regard to the present condition
at Little Rock,
He says the situation remains un.
changed; that Brooks would never
surrender to Baxter's forces, but
only to the federal forces. Brooks
would continue to be recognized as
thelawful governor bj the State
auditor, treasurer and the attorney
general, and in fact by all of the ex
ecutive onicers,and if Mr. Williams
can dictate who is Governor against
all executive officers and against the
decisions of the courts. Then there
is no ongp.r a republic fornj of Gov
ernment in Arkansas. The whole
question will be brought before Con.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, May 19.
Money Very easy at 2 4 per
Exchange 188 for 60 days and
491 J for sight.
Gold Firm. Theimpression pre
vails that heavy shipments of specie
to Europe will be made to-morrow.
Qpenet at 1121, ccljnpcj to 112, now
selling at li9.
Governments Strong and Jc
higher in consequenco of the con
tinued home demand ; otirronoy
Stocks This morning declined
Jc in consequence of the contin
uatson of the Bear raid, but the
market has since recovered the
fraction and is novy better, ilrje,
35; Pacific Mail, 42J ; Union Paci
fic, 20 ; W, U,, 70 J,
Hew York Produce Market.
New York, May 19.
Breadstuff's Opened quiet.
Flour HVwivv sunnr Stato and
Western, 5 255 75 ; extra, 6 15
Wheat Better ; No. 1 spring,
1 55J1 57;No 2JChicago 1 471 49J;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring I 531 84.
Oats Firm, 6465.
Rye Nominal, 1 091 10.
Whiskey Quiet at 98.
Provisions Opened firm hut un
changed. Pork Old mess 1G 50, bid ;
new 17 8o17 90.
Leather, Iron and Wool Un;
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, May 19.
Flour Unchanged. Good to
choice spring extras, 5 00J6 00 ;
low and medium, 5 005 25 ; su
perfines, 3 755 00.
Wheat Dull. Cash, 1 22?; June,
22J; July, 1 22J. l
Corn Weak. "June, 621; ah't
Oats Stead3 Cash, 411; June,
Barley Firmer. No 2, 1 40; No
3, 95; rejected, 75.
Rye 99 spot. "
Pork Firm. June, 17 15; July,
Lard Firm. June, 1070; July,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 19.
Hogs Receipts 12,500. Market
fairly active and steady at Satur
day's prices. Sales at 4 906 00 for
Inferior to extra, chiefly at 5 20
TO MARY E. BEACH, NON-BE3IDEST.
J defendant: Yo'a will take notice that
George E. Beach, of the S'at of Nebraska, dd
on the 7th day ot Mar, A. V. 1371, file bis pe
titlon in tbe Die rict Court for Douglas county,
eb-a'ka, against you, the object and prayer
ot which u u procure a decree Ct l.Torce.
You are therefore require! tc. x tpear and an
ever said petition on or More be 2Sd dayot
Jane, A. D. 1371. GEOBQE E. BE CH.
By F. A. Bcalk Al.n. SirsqraiqxF.
Dated May wh, A. D?li:, '
Berlin, May 19.
The Emperor William has ordered
the temporary retirement from the
German diplomatic service of Count
Madrid, May 19.
General Concha has entered Ma
randa and established his headquar
ters tnere. General Pavia has re
signed the Captain-Generalship of
Madrid, and General Rye has been
appointed in his place.
Bayonne, May 18.
The Carlist Commander-in-Chief,
General Domaquary, is marching
upon Eslatta with a large force.
The Standard, in its evening edi
tion, says it understands that the
Queen will go to Russia in autumn.
Vienna, May 19.
It is said that the duel pending
between Count Montebello and
Prince Metowich, the latter having
been challenged by the Count The
origin of the difficulty is not known.
St. Petersburg, May 19.
Gen. Totleben, the defender of
Sebastopyl, has been sent by the
emperor of Russia to Missouri to
the Mennonites with the object of
deterring them from emigrating to
London, May 19.
It is announced that the Czar has
issued instructions granting permis
sion to all exiled Poles to return
home without molestation from the
authorities, except thoe guilty of
Constantinople, May 18.
A most disastrous fire broke out
in this city yesterday, originating
in the Jewish quarter. The flames
rapidly spread, and it was almost
Impossible to stop the progress of
the conflagration. Over one hun
dred houses, mainly occupied by
Jews, were totally destroyed. No
lives lost, so far as known.
London, May 19.
Messrs. Dixon, Hugus, Morley,
and McDenuit have informed the
national laborer's union that they
are in hopes of arranging a simul
taneous withdrawal of the lock out
and a cessation of the strike. The
union favors their plan of adjust
ment. A Paris corresjKmdent of the Stan
dard telegraphs that a duel is im
pending between Prince Mittervick
and Doc DeMontorgorcy.
Paris, May 18.
The prolongation of the minis
terial crisis causes great excitement
The efforts to form a ministry
from tho right and left centres con
tinues, but up to this hour have met
with no results. The right and left
centres seek to exclude Bonapartists
from the government.
Sonic dispatches from Versailles
assert that a cabinot will be com
pleted to-morrow from tho right
centre and the moderate right, but
several evening journals report that
M. Goulard despairs of success.
Duke De Chartres has sent a chal
lenge to M. Paul De Cassagnac in
consequence of the publication in
thelatter's paper of an abusive arti
cle against the Duke.
Havana, May 19.
Advices, from Caracas .state that
the anniversary of the indenpen
dence of Venezuela, as celebrated
there with great pomp.
Governor Pulgar, who fled from
Sagurayra, has arrived at Caracas.
The new Government of San Do
mingo, hs ssupd a decree, request
ing Ihe payment in gold of half
The United State-, steamer Brook-Ij-n
arrived at St. Thomas on the
29th ult, and subsequently sailed
The latest intelligence from Hay ti
is that General Domiuques, Presi
dent elect, has prohibited the land
ing or departure- of cargops ppd pas
sengers at Jacuel and southern' ports
qntjl he is installed in tho Presi
(lency. The British steamer which
touched at Jaccuiel was compelled
to bring her passengers and freight
intended for Hay ti for St. Thomas.
There was great excitement there
among the refugees from Hayti.
The stores of Sievcra & Co., and
Rephurn, a,t Japcuie, has been de
stroyed" jiy Are. iTho loss Is estima
te at 5,00,000,
The foundry in connection with the Van
Dora michine shops,
NO. 35 0 WARNF.T STHEKT.
Isnow in operation. I eta" prepared to make
all kinds ol testings.
meb2J7m WM. FENWICK
0. A. LENUQUEST.
190 FARNIIAJl ST.
Between Tenth and Eleventh Stneets.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
X,. W. JONBS
531 and 533 I3tU Htree,
Opposite the Postl Office.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I IflLL X0T BE UNDERSOLD!
Choice Imported and Domestic Cigars
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT 8. P. HJUt1' " -.vill
ja- VARD, CORNER OF
and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
WoodS7 00 ; Soft J M. S'ore Wool to sen
any aumbB of itoTtTerf cheap, apistt
New Spring Goods,
BMBBOIDBBIES ! EMBROIDERIES !
PRICES LOWER THATT EVUE,
20,000 Yards of Hamburg Edgings and Insertings of the Newest and Choicest Pattarna
of this Season's Importation.
NEW WHITE 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 Alpacca and Mohairs Another Case of these Popular
Goods Just Opened.
As we make a Specially of the above goods, Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our Stock' be
fore purchasing elsewhere. "
New Spring Millinerv to be Opened Saturday, March 7.
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
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
MERINO!!, EMPRESS GLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET& BEATER CL0AKIXGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
Ti A PIES' a.XNTX 033riXj33H.UXr,J3
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LUXES IN GREAT VARIETF. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RU6S, AND MATS
giZ.-EUOEb VZEUkJST THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, sMiirors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and ttp
HOLSTHTRY trade; has largely increased his stock md now
feTr01 assortment pi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
?f?Sf g0?ds' hlcheUs 9enng at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desirine
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchas-
PARLORSETS, LOUNGES &o., UPHOLSTERED AND
&c, &c. &c.
S. K.I Olt.cf K: TH ludFARXUAn.
Schneider & Burmester
m, COPPER AND "SHEET IRON
WARE. DEALEBS IK
Cooklu? and Heating Stores.
Tin Hoofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and ic the best manner,
llteen trcet sept2i d
CLARK & FRENCH.
DIlir.D FRUITS, ETC.
Greaa Fruits in their Season
bBDESS OMITTED AND PBOMPTI.T FILLED
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
Cor. 14th. and Tamharn Sts.
FALL STOOE 1873 !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Y XXfcXflS XJ UXlUCixC.
SOa g.x-x:ta.e.iaa. S'reot, Om !.;
FRANK J. RAMGE
DRAPER & TAILOR
AHL. DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
full Assorlmentor Imported Woolens. All Work Warrjaated.
-23wiFar2llaamSt' - - Omalia, 2Tfc.
art SeoJ'.v w
LADES SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS I
Just Receiv-d ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES !
REFITTEI) WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
G. F. HICSMA1T, 256 Dougla.
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets,
OlsLAJEHIJL. - - - ZLSTEIB.
238 Farnaam St Near 14th.
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jttfOMq or in two months.
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