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OMAHA. THTJR SDAY MORNING-. MAY 21, 1874.
THE PAILT& BEE.
EDWARD fcOSEWATEB, Editor n4 Vrop'i
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TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
One ropy, on year. "--: ,"m
six monthi, in dye- 2j
three mewtlu in 'Cfti
3-H cot paid ta aaTance, 8 per eaaumwiU
LEADING HAffl !
Best Goods, , r
OMAHA BUSINESS" DffiECfOET.
McClureA i-mlth. 1S5 Usrney ilnrt. tei.
11th sod 12th. - f?a,ietX(
GLASS AOT) PICIDBB TMKE8.
JRelnhart. VtS Douglas street, "
.window glass and picture frames. Iazing
done to order. - "
WO. Sanders.prcctical watchmakerMUSh
Jt. ' i;u
BOOTS AHD SHOES. , J
Philip Lang. 1 Farnham st. betwatn foth
,ud 115u. feUSfl
HL. Later, corner lith'an J Do8(la streets,
in.nuf.'cturer and' wholrtale deler in
caud'fsand eonle.tioncry. Country tr.de so
llceteX , '1U
FUnd A Elliot, coiL lime, cement hair, etc.,
131 Farnham at. feMSmS
J A. Rrtder, druggist, corner 12th and Ilar
Elguttcr, So. 2M.Farnham at. 1el7tf
m m . t ITty .
n..w laundry op -ned-at 511 lith sWt-
Ironing will be done to order, first class work
Lehman A Brf, J.oue and sign palntm.
lUlh at. bet. F-rnham and Haruey. 2SU
Premium Soap Works. Powell A Co, Jill
maou'octure their P.emiura Soap. Hve
. i.i i.v (a rwitifrt. fnunlr
ursl premiums ij mi. ..,- --
and State lairs, and Pottawattamie, county, fa.,.
Orders solicited from the trade.-'
AlMEIKJc j r
E. ESTABUO-JK. W. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE-S. W. Cor. 14lhiC d Douglas", Oma
O. H. BALLOC. " Ji-UD.-B.CLigOOV-
Office n Crelgbtou oew block, southeast cor
room, tvr. ,
OXAHA, - EB.
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ito. . rsJTCHSTJT
SPAUN k PRiTCHETT,
sittenejs lad Coua&elori at Lair.
Office, SOS Twellth btreet.
1Mm. Urt Rot 4M. Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttornev X- c
JiEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney and" .Counselor at Lair.
SOFTICE-Eoomlo' Vicker't Block.
OMAHA - ' .NEP,
JOHN W. iCYTHE, .
AttorsM!T.at-Law amdSrtleltor la
5031-3 TUTBTEEHTB STEEBI, OMAHA
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C. A. BALDWIK. OBO. M. O'BIIM.
BALBWIN . O'BBIEVi
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - -- - ,NEBBASKA.
Ksrttf - ,i
T. W. T. Bicliards,
Attorney at Law;
OSco 510 ISth Tst, o2 ifimaii
aa49oagluOMltti Ket -
! 0. Ecx 80 " 7 ltu
SAVAGE -&TMM DER'SON,
Attorneys at Law,'
Mi FABKBAH STBEATT--Jlsir.a.An;
N. J. BTONHA1L
cATTOKSEl ASD COCSSIXLoiir
So. 2& Farnham Street
j. s. snK0PsraEf
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t. om 9. Tlisra.i'i K.at-
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The tidal grasshopper wave has
Another promotion awaits Pres
dent Grant. On and after to-morrow
he will bear the rank and title of
Council Bluffs is jubilant
Brick Pomeroy declares that Spoon
Lake is entitled to become the ter
Moses, the Christian ruler of
.South Carolina, is engulfed in a sea
of troubles, from which there is ap
parently no escape. He has been
indicted for stealing on a grand
scale, aud unless the Lord shall
perform another miracle the in
dictment will be followed by con
viction. Oh Moses!
According: to Councilman Steph
enson the most atrocious crime on
the Omaha Police record was per
petrated by the Granger who hap
pened, as it were, to corral a stray
steed belonging to our fire depart
ment, and attempted to utilize him
by attaching him to his plow..
2 Omaiia ba-j her Schwenck, and
so has New Orleans. The name of
.the Omaha Schwenck is David, and
.the name of the 2s ew Orleans
Schwenck is Jacob. David sells
lager beer in Omaha, and Jacob
sells "Schwcnck's anti-cremation
Jager beer" in New Orleans. The
'excellent qualities of this beverage
are vouched for bj' Jacob through
the following advertisement in the
New Orleans limes of May 10th :
To my friends who don't want
any ashes in theirs : In aswer to a
host of anxious married men, I beg
to state that my lager beer, pre
pared "specially for me by the Cin
cinnati Anti-Cremation Company,
will, if drank steadily every day,
render it impossible for the
drinklsta' remains to be burned.
Therefore, those who consume
my A. C. K. B. need not fear
that their wive' second husbands
will sell their ahes for fertilizing
ournoes. It can't be did! .Let ev-
ery married man insure hi3 body
and bne? from' being burned by
drinking regularly every day
Schwenck's Anti-Cremation Lager
T 5G2 Magazine St.; Upper City.
Knocked Down !
A remarkable fact can be ascertain
ed by investigating our atock and
prices that we have rednced to a very
low figure all .of pur clothing d
Genu', furnishing goods, far below
the ptlce of npy other house. Ovei
cats in particular can be bought of
lis now at least 25 per cent leas than
our former prices. Quick salea and
eniall profits is our motto.
feb.3-lr 2o8 Paraham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, genu, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 206 Farnham st.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and sold.
Sib street bofsygen Jones and LeaTcnworth sU.,
OMAHA, - iMlV3A.
IrEEPSTIIE MOST COMPLETE ASSQKT
V met ol Ladies' and Gents' -"traw hat;, trim
uiu3 and untriinmed, rarasoU; Piques, Mar
seilles. Nainsooks and all kinds of Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gent' 8oi.!.,etc. My line of Dry
Goods is Complete. Selling only lor CASH, I
am able to UNDEBSELL any other Dealer in
the City OutvFIlICESareLUWKUthan eyer
bardol before. myl4-3m-pl
The foundry In connection with the Van
Dorn machlDe shops,
Id. stfitt MARKET STREKT.
' fanow In opaaln. I am prepared to mike
all kind of castiog.,
meb237m WM. FES WICK
City Meat Market.
LARGE SUPP r OF
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
WHOLESALE DEALEK IS
3S and ISO F.rnhaBl Street.
Specially Bperted for the Omaha Daily Bee,
br the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Go.
"WAsmsaTOS, Aray 20.
Air. Scott, from the claims com
mittee, reported adversely to a bill
to provide for the settlement of the
claims of loyal persons against the
United States accruing during the
rebellion. This bill was introduced
by Sir. West to confer jurisdiction
on the court of claims to determine
the claims of all citizens who re
mained loyal, and proposes aboli
tion to the board of southern claims.
Mr. Wright, from the commit
tee on conference, on the bill to
facilitate the exportation of distilled
spirits and amendatory acts relating
thereto, reported a substitute which
was laid over till to-morrow.
The bill enabling the secretary of
the interior to make a final settle
ment with the Pottawattamie In
dians in Michigan and Indiana was
Mr. Frelinghuysen moved to take
up the civil rights bill. Objections
was made that a number of sena
tors were necessarily absent who
desired to speak upon it. Upon a
division, a majority decided to take
up the bill. Mr. Salisbury decided
yeas and nays in order. After Some
discussion the motion was agreed to
by 37 to 13.
Mr. Flanagan addressed the Sei
ate in favor of the passage of the
bill, and was followed by Mr. Pratt
on the same side.
Mr. Thurmau said the bill was to
pass, though not on its merits, and
declared his belief that not?me
third of the Senate would vote for
it but for the fact that 800,000 votes
were behind. He argued against
the constitutionality of the bill at
Tending further discussion of the
t,il rtrrlita lilll tlio tannt flH.
71" ' b" "' ' 9
Mr. Dawes asked to have the
Senate resolution for the final ad
journment taken up and passed.
Mr. Kasson objected, until dis
postion had been made of the bills
affecting western interests.
Mr. Garfield moved to have it go
on to the Speaker's table, and take
up the resolution. Objected to.
Mr. Dawes then offered as a
privileged question, a resolution
similar to that passed in tho Senate
Mr. Kasson moved the resolution
on the table; Negatived.
The resolution was then agreed to.
The House at 12:30 went into
committe of the whole on the post
office appropriation bill.
- Mr. Holman called attention to
the fact that the bill appropriated
nearlj' $4,750,000 more than the
postal bill last year; he also com
niented upon straw bids for mail
contracts, and tl)e toq exhorbitant
charges by railroad companies for
carrying mails, and declared that
Congress should prescribe rates lor
Mr. AVood commented on the
large annual incrpase of expenses of
the postolnce depot, when a politlr
cal discussion ensued which turned
upon the Sanborn contract.
Mr, Tvner, who had charge of
the postal bill declined to be drawn
into the discussion, but replied to
Messrs. Valnes' and Woods' criti
cisms. He said the average in
crease of expenditures of the post
office department were only seven
per cent., while the average in
crease in the business was ten per
cent. He denied that the rates pai 1
ttJP BHroads, were too high, and
showed, taking tuqlarie as"ttrjtp
rion, that the malls wqre Qarnqd. at
lpss' rates than any freight. The gen:
eral debate' then closed.
Mr, E. It. Hoar moved an amend
ment limiting the postage on agri
cultural reports at ten cents per
Mr. Mjlfs qffijrl a sujjstjtnte pro
viding for tho free traw,nartatqn of
all matter printed by order of either
House of Congress; ruled out on jv
point of order. yf
Mr. Mills then moved, to amend
Ifr, JJoar's amendment by malting
tho agricultural rppqrts freof
postage. After' discussion Jiir.
Mills' amendment was adopted,
when the proposition thusrunend
te was agreed to. the committee
arose. f' L
Mr. O'Neill, from the Approprla;
tlon Committee, reported 1 penr
sion appropriation bill cover! ug about
Mr. Foster called up the report on
the Sanborn pontrqpts, but 0h W
tion of Mr. Dawes, who stated that
his colleague, Gen. Butler7was sick
in bed, and who wished to speak on
the report. The House ftteciiled to
postpone tho present consideration
of tno report,
Albany.N. Yi, May 20.
In the Phelps trial this morning,
it was postponed for the 3d Mon
day in September owng to import
ant witnesses being absent.
St. Louis Produli Market.
St. JjjJcis, May 20.
Flour Quiet ananohanged; su
perfine winter at 4 50(24 75
Wheat Dull; No. 2' Chicago at
12612GJ;No. 2 Red at 150-
"Corn Dull. lowenVNo. 2 mixed
Q81 on track; f,9 Jun7'
Oats Dull; No 25 east traok
Barley Quiet, Nov'S spring, 1 25
1 26. ye
Jtye Firm; 9S1
Whisky-rDull at 9:
Pork Ouiet. 17 10.
iiuik meats xnrnnrjand more
- t !-
active; shoulders QJ ; faar ribs at
Bacon Dull; 4
Mrq Nominal at 10
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CnicAao, May 20.
Cattle Owing to unfavorable
eastern advices market ndjd weak
and easy, closed dulj; fairjjto choice
steers sold at' 5 50(5 85.:. extra
steers, 66 25; stockers,
butchers, d to- ou,
fairly active and steai
4 90525; medium,
good to choice, 5 355
Sheen Reeelnts. l.(
quiet and easy, closed
men to choice, 408 50;
choice, 5 707 00.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
War is Over.
Baxter Takes Possession
the State House.
The Troops Disband and Leave
Gov. Moses, of South Carolina,
Arrested on the Charge
of Grand Larceny.
Miss Nellie Grant's Wedding to
take Place To-Morrow.
An Exciting Scene at a Dinner
Given by Senator Gordon.
Memphis, May 19.
The military refugee from Arkan
sas continue to arrive here daily.
They will remain until the war ex
citement and feeling cools down in
St. Paul, Minn., May 20.
The accounts received from the
southwestern part of the State rep
resent the ground as being literally
covered with grasshoppers, which
have already commenced eating the
vegetation. If they remain, the
prospects of a crop are hopeless.
Cincinnati, May 20.
The three story brick buildingcor
ner of Berry street and Central Av
enue, rented to J. J. Murphy, who
used it as a grocery and lived with
his wife and two children and a
hired girl, up-stairs,aboutll o'clock
last night as his wife and children
were going to bed, tumbled down in
a nile of ruins.
Murphy, his wife and one childj
were taken out alive but dangerous-5
Iv hurt. One child has been taken
but dead, and the hired girl is yet
buried in the cellar. 0r
Columbia, S. C, May 20.
By advice of his couns-el,tGover-nor
Mooes has concluded tosubmit
to law, and give bail. Hedid not
surrender to the police, but to the
coroner of the county.
The question of the right to arrest
the Governor, is he subject of ex
cited discussion among the State
The Governor gave bail in alarge
amount for hls"anpearance. Tie will
probably publish- his views of tho
cause of the trouble.
Columbia1, S. C, May 20.
A warrant for'the arrest of Gov
ernor MosW was "served on him to
day by SheriflVCain, of Orange
burg county, Tho wa.rr.tijt was Is
sued upon the presentment of the
grand jury.accusing him of grand
larceny.He declined to be arrested,
and called out a squad of military
to protect him. Guards arc now
stationed over the executive offlccs
and over the Governor's mansion.
Thero'"is considerable excitement.
Military companies are parading
Nby Yonic, May 20,
A-TImes special from Wilming
tonf Del , says that within the last
twp 'weeks a species of black bugs
have appeared. There are countless
numbers of them in the peach or
chards near Denton, Caroline coun
ty. Maryland, and ha vodono serious
.damage In that locality. In one
"nursery the grafted stocks of 83,000
trees are killed. The insect i even
capable of destroying large trees, as
it is thickly covered with leaves,
and prevents vegetation. Thus far,
however, no sprious laiiagq has
Iwon dono to' fruit-bearing orchards,
though the presence of bugs Is re
ported in ieach districts about
Jlqtietown, Specimens ot these
jqsepts wiU'bo spnt to tho depart
ment of agriculture at "NYash'"!?10"'
Tokqsto, Out., May 20.
News has been received from
Kingston that a flro brokp out yps;
terday mqrnlng, in the work shops
of tho penitentiary. The cabinet
store and tailor shop was completely
destroyed. The lo i3 not ascer
tained but set atji high figure,
A largo flro ..oslroj-ed tho greater
portion of the town of Aylniar. Be
tween thirty-five and forty houes
were reduced to ruins. Telegraphic
communications are interrupted
and full particulars not obtained.
W.siiiqTqv, aiay 20.
Senator Gordon, a few nights
ago, gave a dinner at his residence,
at Georgetown, at which were pres
ent a number of Southern gentle
men, including Representative La
mar, of Miss., and Ex-Senator
Toombs. Mr. Toombs took occas
ion to speak very severely on Mr.
Lamar's eulogy of Mr. Sumner, and
expressed his dl'gust as a southern
man, that a Southern Democratic
representative should have eulogized
a Massachusetts senator. Mr. La
mar bore Toombs' taunts as long as
was reasonable, and finally called
him u poltroon and a coward. Mr.
Toombs replied that he would see
him again on the subject. Mr.
Toombs left the pity on the earliest
train, on Suqday.
Little Rock, May 20.
The State House was evacuated
by Brooks' forces yesterday, and.
Governor Baxter took possession.
One hundred guns were 'fired in
honor thereof by Baxter's troops.
The city is alive with excitement.
There is great rejoicing, and every?
body is drinking toasts,
Mr. "Vonloy, Attorney General,
Jias resigned, and Governor Baxter
has appointed Jas. L. Witherspoon.
to fill the vacancy,
The legislature is now working at
ita legitimate business, which at
present Is of local Interest.
Brooks' and Baxter's armies have
been disbanded, and have gone
home. The war is considered over,
citizens move about freely, and
business has been resumed throush
gqtthe city. '
Nmv York, May 19.
' A movement is on foot among
1 warehouse men and operators, in pe
troleum works to form a conioina
tion against the co-operative union,
and for the purpose of preventing
further interference by the Cooper's
association, with their, business.
One hundred thousand dollars has
been raised to carry on operations,
and in the meantime the combina
tion will not employ society men.
All large operators are said to be in
terested in the movement. No dif
ficulty is experienced in engaging
New York, May 20.
A walking match against time,
wherein W. E. Harding wagered
live hundred dollars to beat Ben
net's time from Thirty-eighth street
to Jerome Park 15 minutes took
place this morning. Harding
started at 7 o'clock and reached
Jerome Park 8:39, losing the race
by five minutes and lifty-seven
seconds. He lost four or five min
utes owing to a new road which
was building at 110th street
Washington, May 20.
Preparations for the wedding of
Miss Nellie Grant and Mr. Sartoris
are nearly completed; invitations
are all out and to-day large cakes
for the wedding breakfast are being
received at the executive mansion.
The wedding takes place at eleven
a. m. Thursday, and immediately
after breakfast the bride and groom
will leave here in a special Pullman
palace car for NewYork. The car
will be handsomely ornamented in
side with floral decorations,and with
American and British flags. The
President and family will go to New
York on Friday afternoon to take
final leave of their daughter and"
Mr. Sartoris, who sail in Saturday's
steamer for Europe.
Washington, May 20.
In the House Dawesmoves to
take up the Senate resolution pro
viding for the adjournment, of Con
gress June 22d, an objection was
made, and Dawes then, offered an
original resolution foradjournment
on that date. Motions'for adjourn
ment and to lay bill-on the table,
was lost, after which Dawes' reso
lution was adopted.
In the Senato the bill to authorze
the Baltimore & Ohio railroad to
construct a i central branch to the
District of Columbia and change
the location of the depot, was taken
up. After a debate the bill was laid
over until to-morrow.
A large number of bills were re
ported and referred.
Philadelphia, May 20.
The Episcopal Diocesan Conven
tion is in session at the Church of
Epiphany. After the services this
morning, Bishop Stephens delivered
the annual address, in which he
discus'-ed the Reformed Church
movement and ritualism with much
earnestness, and at considerable
He condemned the reformed
movement as not warranted by any
fair judgment of the prayer-book or
in view of the plain declaration of
homilies. The canons general con
ventions and the house bishops
strictures upon ritualism were equal
Unusual interest is felt in the con
vention overthe election of the
standing committee and the delega
tion to the general convention
which meets in New York next Oc
tober. These elections tako plapjj
tliis afternoon or jvening.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, May 20.
Money Easy at 24 per cent.
Exchange Foreign sit 48S1 for CO
days, and 491 J for sight.
Gold Stagnant. All sales to mid
(lay made at 112J; now selling a,t
11 ! . "No speculators in market,
poYornmeufs Strong and In de
mand; currency Gs, 110J.
Stocks Very dull. Prices at open
ing fell off to I percent, and then
became strong, at an advance of 1
to J per cent. Market is now wPif,
and prices hoavy u.inj iower, Erie,
aSh'Pnoifio'Mail, 423 i Union Paci
fic, 20j ; W. UM 7U.
New York Produce Market.
New York, May 20.
Broadstuffs Opened quiet.
Flour Heavy super State and
Western, o 2o5 7; extra, G lo
Wheat J better ; No. 1 sprjug
1 ooJl n7;No 2,Chieagol 4S1 40;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 541 55.
Com Easier; 8GS7.
Oats Firm, G4G51,
Rve Nominal, J OS,
Whiskey Quiet at 93.
Provisions Quiet; firm.
Pork Shade higher.
Leather Bast grades qc.tva at
full prjecs; othor grades quiet.
Wool Supply light; new spring
Chicago Produce Market
Ciucaoo, May 20.
Flour D.ull and unchanged; good
to "choice spring oxtras, 537J0 00 ;
low to medium, 5 005 25; su
porfines, 3 755 00.
Wheat Unsettled, June, 1 23 ;
July, 1 231.
Corn Firm ; cash, G2J ; June,
G31: Julv. G37
Oats Steady, Cash,
Barlov Firm. No 2,
49 J; June,
1 40; No 3,
17 5017 75.
July, 11 00.
June, 17 25; July,
St. Louis Live Stock Market,
St. Louis, May 20.
Hogs Receipts 3300; active.
Bacon 5 155 Go,
Cattle Becpipts 400 quiet, un
changed, good to prime steers 4 25
4 75; choice to extra 5 256 50.
Sheep Receipts 300; shade easier;
good clipped 8S; unshorn, 80;
ordinary to chojee, 10 15,
Ladies1 Fashionable Cloak
atd Dress Maker.
Fromcnida Sulla, Erening Dresses, Wedding
Salts, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der In the latest Parisian style. liaring car
ried on fashionable cutting and fitting for 1
diesin all its branches in the rarious capitals
and centres of faahion in Europe and America,
I take pleasure In introducing mTielf to the
Udica of Qaab,!. Satisfaction guaranteed in
eTerj- department of taj pro&aaion.
Vo. 909 IStk Street.
(C2J1 8. WLF.
Interesting Budget of News
The French Cabinet Crisis.
The Carlists Again Repulsed.
London, May 20.
Mr. Henry Bruistly Sheridan, lib
eral, has been returned to the house
of commons from Muedly.
Pabis, May 20.
M. De Goulard has not given up
hope of forming a ministry. He is
continuing negotiations. Yesterday
President McMahon gave audiences
to M. De Goulard, M. Buffett and
Duke Do Casos.
Madrid, May 20.
The Carlists last week attacked
some entrenchedparties "beyond
Bilboa, but were driven ofT with a
loss of 30 prisoners, and 60 Repub
licans killed and wounded. The
Carlists are expecting the arrival of
a cargo of guns purchased in Eng
Pahic rov on
The moderate Tlitrlit- uhint t. tt,
impersonal epiennate cause, as it
would be valid to accede to the Re
public. The extreme Right are de
termined to oppose Goulard or the
Chief Ministry, whose" platform
embraces the adoption of the Con
stitutional bills. Goulard, finding
no sure support in the Left or Right,
is therefore compelled to rely main
ly upon the ministry in the Assem
bly. It is reported that the Minis
try will be completed to-night.
Goulard, De Cases and Bandboldt
all head the principal departments.
Prince Metternich's seconds re
fuse to allow the duel with the
Count of Montebello to-4akaplace.
City of Mexico, May 10.
via Havana May 20. j
The concession granted to the
Mexican company for the construc
tion of an International and Inter
oceanic railroad has been annulled.
The extradition between Mexico
and Italy has been settled.
The anniversary of the victory
over the French army in 1SG2 was
celebrated May 5th, with enthusias
tic result throughout the country.
A bill for the reduction of rates
on postage and for the general im
provement of the postal servicp, has
been introduced, in Congress.
The sum of seventy thousand dol
lars has been voted by Congress to
provide for the proper representa
tion of Mexico at the Centennial ex
hibition in Philadelphia.
The custom authorities at Pro
gresso have seized the Spanish
steamer Lola from Havana, for
smuggling the greater portion of her
cargo, which had already been sur
reptitiously lpaded and carted off.
The remainder was found on Vtoari
linger poal, iil!, wjtU the steamer,
has been confiscated.
The cotton crop of Justipeo has
been destroj-ed by a hail storm.
Saval, a priest of Morla, has been
condemned to one year's imprison
ment for a violation of the reforrpj
STEAM ENGINE CO!
('ucces.sors to Hall Bros.)
Mining & Mill
nx AOHZNBR TTt
And all hinds of
Corner A7c7ios it- IGlh &t reels,
G-EO, W, ELKINS,
1916 & 198 Mai ket St,
G-rain, Flour, Seeds.
Enecialtiea 3rle7i Vtlt Hops.
Emily W. Stewart, vs. James Forbes and El
len P Forbes his wife.MichaelDennison, Leon
ard B. Procipr, poorge L. Joy, Jljrtin II.
Grilling, Dennis H. Andrews and others;
To the defendants above named :
YOU ARE IIEKEBY NOTIFIED that the
plaintiff aboro named has filed in the office
of the Clerk oi tho District Court of Douelas
County. Xebraska, her petition, the olject and
prayer pf which is tha 'orueloeure of a certain
mortgage given by raid James Forbes, on the
touts nail of the south half
of the southwest quarter of section
number thirty-four, in township number six
teen, north of range number thirteen, east,
containing twenty acres oi land except 3 acres
08 the east end thereof, with the appur
tenance, to cut saw isnas 10 sausiy me
amount of a certain note dated May, 30, 1371,
for S3.C00 glcn to plaintiff by said James
Forls, and George V. Forbes, together with
an attorney's fee to be fixed by the Court, and
upon the coming in of the report of tale, lor a
decree for the payment of any balance by said
James Forbes ana Qeorgo W. Forbes, 'i ou are
required to answer said petition on or before
the Mh day of June, A. D , 1874.
SAVAGE 4 MAXDERSOX.
ap22w5w KalntlfTs Attorneys.
FIR REXT For one year or a term of six
years, 40 acres land in goo I (audition for
plantinz, H miles south or the content ; also
t wo other 4u-ace tracts near the poor bouse;
also three city lots near Mercy Hospital, Hee
J G.MEoeTcrA.CocitR4. raT6wt4
tj. A. LENnqUEST,
1.Q FARSHAM ST.
Between Tenth and EleTenth htne-ts.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Wood! Wood! Wood,!
A T S. P. BRIGGS" YARD, CORXEB OF
A. 14th and Chlcugo. StreeU. Good Hard
WW $7 00 ; Soft $5 00. Sore Wood to scft
aay number ot stora Terr cheap, aulju
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET,
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises th.e Latest ITovelties.
.THE InA.TS.ST STALES ZXT SATS &2TD CAPS.
We Dave also a Fnll Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S
WE WILL SELL
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
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAYER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
IiADIES Sl3STX CHIXiDHEN'S
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LI.XXEX IX GREAT VARIETY". A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND MATS.
CHEAPER TKCA-iT THIS 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 oi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
PRICED goods, 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 purchasing.
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
GEOCE HIE S,
&c, &c. &c.
S. K. I OR.er KI Tl cudFARJi'nAM.
Schneider & Burmester
HX, COPPER AXD SHEET IROS
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heatingr Stores.
Tin Roofing. Spouting and Guttering don
short Dotlce and in the beat manner,
ilictn treet ept24 dj
CLARK & FREXC1L
MIUF.D FKLITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
ORDERS OLICITED AND PKOaPTLT l"!LI,gD
Spring and Summer Styles
Fine and Medium
-AND DEALERS IN-
OTJR STOCK FOR THE
AIsTOD STJnHlEEZ SEASOIT
OTJRGOODS LOWER THAN EYER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
FALL STOCK, 1873 I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FRANK J. R AMSE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ANL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING ?G00DS.
uIlAs!.or:jnfnlor Imported Woolens. All TVork "Warranted.
232 Fara3aamSt.f - - Omalia, Hob,
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES I
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
C. F. H1CKMA1T, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13-tta and Havnoy Streets,
i o:m:.ajb:.a.. - - - usteib.
238 Famkam St. 2Tear 14th..
THIA-lsT TIKE CHEAPEST.
COR. 13TH ST.
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