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OMAHA DAILY BEE
OMAHA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 26, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD BOSEWATER, Editor and Frop'r
KlBtb ad TeaaUs.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One ropy, one year. In ,"nce--
. . w'rii monthi. In adranee,
six b-? . --.--- IT" - nn
KTir not paid In adranee, 8 per annum will
ii thvM mMUl in wiw , .w
LEADING HATTER !
OrandtrtlVotel. I Q.M A. II A
OMAHA BUSINESS DIEECTOBT."
"cCIureA Smith. 1S5 Harney street, bet.
llttl aud lita. ueciou
nT.tRa A5D PICTHEE FBaMES.
JRelnhart. 1SG DonU atreet, dealer In
.window glass aud picture frainas, dazing
done to order. a.2U
BOOTS AUD SHOES.
Philip Lang, 135 Farnhain st, httween 10th
and U5h. febWfl
HL Latey, comer 12th and Douglas lireeta,
m nufacturer and wholesale deiler In
caml'es and confectionery. Country taade ao
llceted. . Pl
Fland A EWnt.coil, lime, cement hair, etc,
131 Farnham at. feblgmJ
J A. Rceder, druggist, corner 12ih and Hax
Elgutter, Ko. 200 Farnham at.
Anew laundry opned at 51! 11th at., bet.
Farnham and Douglas. The waihing and
Ironing will be done to order, first class work
Lehman & Beard, houe and sigh painters,
luta at. bet. Firnham and Harney. a23U
Premium Soap Works. Powell 4 Co, s'lll
manu'acture tbelr Premium Soap. Fire
first premiums awarded by the Dougla county
and State fairs, and Pottawattamie couuty, la.
Orders solicited from the trade.
g. ESTABBOJK. W. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Create Block, Omaha, Neb.
0EXTER L. THOMAS,
Attorney flni" Counselor at Law.
MFFIOE-Ew JJo Vlacter'a Block,
JOHN W. LYTLE,
lUorMT-at-Lavr and Solicitor la
OFFIOL-Oter First National Bask,
Attorney at Law
503 1-S THIRTEESTfl STBEET. 0KAEA
C. A. BiZDWUf.
OEO. t O'BKIKX.
BALDWItf Ss, O'BRIEBT,
Office CaldjreU Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
narttf . "
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
OBee 510 13th St., bet. FtraljaM
and DoBglas, Oataka, Jfefe.
V 0. Baz 80 ugHU
O. H. BALLOU.
Ballou & Glasgow,
Office n Creigbton's new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - KEB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
3tt FARNHAM STREAT.
jam w. uyj.es, I omaha, Nebraska.
CHABLS A.KDSM" jr. """ "
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
- LA Yt
. No. 2W Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEBi
l iJ. S. SHROPSHIRE,
;; Attorney-at -Law
om 9, YUscher'i Kock,
'f oilAHA, . . XEBR.
J. a. sPACh. vao
SPAUN it PRITCHEn,
Attenej? tai Ceaaselers at Law.
Office, 506 Twelfth Street.
a.M. Jjar Batr ana. Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
.ttornoT " Xa jk c
KEDICK'S 0PESA HWJS1
OMAHA - 2TEB.
Sf? til QOfi PEB DAY- Afeattwaat
D lV OA) ed. All claaiS of work
lng people oi either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for cs m their spare mo
menta oral! the time, than at aaTthlac rite
Address STINSON A CO., Portland, ialnr
Accordiso to Mrs. Van Ck)tt,
Omaha is the wickedest town in
America, and accordingto G. Wash
ington II, the Bee is the wickedest
paper in Omaha.
The happiest, as well as the most
important individual in Omaha just
now, is George "Washington secun
dus. He has taken a pre-emption
on the circus.
"Whenever Bismarck gets sick
the Pope gets well, and when the
Pope is laid up, Bismarck Jbecomes
convalescent. It seems to" be the
Pope's turn to be sick just now.
The Massachusetts Legislature
has abolished the State (Constabu
lary, and Marshal Snowden has es
tablished a Municipal Constabu
lary in the Omaha Police Court
The Nemaha Granger does not
seem to have much faith in the
preahf Trunk line agitation. The
Granger expresses the opinion that
itisonenofthose periodical spasms
that usually end in smoke.
Tae West Point Republican
nmells a nigger in the wood-pile be
hind that convention of leading
western men. The journal in
question puts its views into
a nutshell, as follows: "An
extra session of the Legisla
ture is talked of just after the Oc
tober election. Lincoln is always
after the extra. A session of the
Legislature once in two years is
hard on that villace.
" Hamlet Oram,
9th street between Jones and Leaxenworth eta.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladies' and Genu' straw hats, trim
med and untrimmed. Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles. Nainsooks and all kinds of Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gents' Bo ts, etc. My line of Dry
Goods is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UNDHtSELL any other Dealer in
the City Our PRICtS are LOWER than exer
heard oi before. myl4-3m-pl
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
WHOLE8ALE DEALER IN
133 and 188 PsFka ( Street.
aS3 Farnham street
HAS on hand a full line of Ladies' Goods
which he Is closing out at cost. Oire him
a call and get good bargains.
SElf GOODS ARRIYISG DAILY
aorile haa on hand an exwllen stock of
Rents' wear, 14 in thecity, of Eastern manu
f ure or home niad. a29tml
2- Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
Carriage afld Wagoa Making
In all it Branches, In
HOUSE SHOEING AND BLACtfSMITHINU
and repairing done on ahort notice.
rroatiag on 4th, 5ti and WahiBtiti
St. Louis, - Mo.
L.aveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern lJ.o;el is SrsUclsu In all ita
apiintments. Iia tailss are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, irUh all the
delicacies the markets afford, Ita cTorta and
mployes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of tbegutstsof the hotel. There ii an
improved elara'or leading from the fint floor
to the upper one, Jtallroad and fteamboat
ticket office, news atafrd. apd western Anion
Telegraph office la the BotDbd l hotel,
HK8. J. E.VASDEOCAQK
Eeleotio Phy siciant
Eesldence and office 230 bo-lge t bet 14th and
Special attention paid to'obstetrU and dis
eases peculiar to women and children, fsti.
"Vf ILLIAM SEAUER.
225 Faraiix Strast, - Offiaia, Neb
WHOLESALE XXD RCTAIL pEALEK IX
FURNITURE. BECDING, ETC.
U. WILLIIKLlf. J. TAYLOB.
WILLHELM : TAYLOR,
IJth ac4 Chjesgo street!,
ABE now prpared to dellrer in large or
small quantities, their mild sugar-cored
ONE SUCH" brand of hams and brrakfaat
bacon, put up expremsly for family use. On
hand pure kettlerendered leaf lard, by the
barrel or in cans of 10, 15,25 or 40 lbs.
sKsTOrders promptly fiIled.-K
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
a.id Dress Maker.
Promenade Su'ts, Erening Drerses, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der In the lateat Parisian styles. Harinc car
ried on fashionable cutting and fitting for la
dle In all Its branches in the Tarlous capitals
and centres of faahion in Europe and America,
I tak, pleasure In introducing myself to the
ladies of Omal t. Satisfaction guaranteed In
very department ut n;y proOeasion.
IStk St, bet. FarmkaM aad Haney.
AU finds of TAILOKINO, CLEANINa ul
&EPAIBXNQ dona at rtMonahla ratea
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th atreet bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
supply of FEESU AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, it the low
eat rates. WM. AUST A KNUTU.
CU1BU6E, BUGGT aarf WA60S
K. E. CORNER of 14th aad HARNEY STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lic that he is now ready to fill all con
tracts In the shore lines with nearness and
OTExpms wajJM coaiUaUy cb hand gad
BptoUlly Exported for tie Omaia Dally Bee,
bT tie Atlantlo ud Pacifio Telegraph Co.
"Washington May 25.
Mr. Scott cajkd up the Senate
bill, supplejotftftory to incorporate
theTeaserPacific Railroad Company
and aid in the construction of the
road. He explained that the b.lL
was to enable the company, lof exe?
cute a mortgage upon a, portion or
its completed road.
Mr. Edmunds offered an amend
ment that nothing in this bill be so
constructed as to entitle said corpo
ration to any further rights to pub
lic lands, except such as it is now
entitled to by law; agreed to and
the bill then passed.
The Senate then proceeded to the
consideration of the deOciency ap
" Mr. Sargent explained the bill
and said it appropriated less than
four millions, while a similar bill
last year appropriated 11,000,000
and one several years ago $20,000,
000. Various amendments proposed by
the commmittee were concurred in,
including the appropriation for the
Apache Indians, $200,000 to, S500,
000, which was theprinciple.item in
the amendments. The committee
reported an amendment striking
out the second section of the bill,
making it unlawful for any depart
ment of the government to spend in
any fiscal year any sum in excess of
the appropriations made by Con
gress for that fiscal year, or to in
volve the government in any con
tract for the future payment-of
money in excess of such appropria
tion, violation of the act to be
deemed a misdemeanor to be pun
ished as provided for in the 3d sec
tion of the act of June, 186.
Mr. Stewart introduced a joint
resolution proposing an amendment
to the constitution, that if any
State shall fail to maintain a com
mon school system for the elemen
tary education of all persons be
tween five and eighteen years, of
age, Congress shall have the power
of establishing such system at the
cost of the State; referred to the
Mr. Cameron introduced a bill
providing for a survey to ascertain
if steamboat navigation is practi
cable between the Chesapeake bay
and lake Ontario ; referred:
The bill providing that all ien
sioners who lost an arm at or above
the elbow, shall be rated in the sec
ond class and receive a pension of
$24 per month was passed.
The conference report on the
naval appropriation bill was taken
up and agreed to.
Mr. Wright gave notice that on
Wednesday next during the morn
ing hour, he would call up the bill
reported from the judiciary commit
tee, declaring the true intent and
meaning of the Union Pacific rail
road aots. Mr. Ingalls' bill, and the
whole subject Mas'" referred to the
court of claims for adjudication.
After the discussion and adoption of
an amendment section, the commit
tee's recommendation to strike out
was agreed to. Pending the discus
sion message was received from
tbo President, enclosing thp an
swers of the heads of departments in
regard to the operation of the civil
service rules; ordered printed. Also
a message transmitting the papers
and correspondence in the -Arkan-sascasjb.
The resolutions oi the Housp an
nouncing the death of Reprpseiitar
tive MelHsb, were received. Mr.
Conkling made a few brief eulogis
tic remarks, and offered a resolution
of respect. The Senate adjourned.
Under call of states a number of
billswere introduced and referred.
By Mr. Albright; a jointresolution
of the Pennsylvania legislature, re
monstrating against the "canceling
of fhe contract for the Ohio mail
By Mr, .Sheldon, to tefuud the
cotton tax. '
By Mr. Crossland, to repeal the
.gw suspending payments to loyal
masters, (or sjaves.
Upon amotion of Mr. Htanardthe
rules were suspended and the Sen
ate bill to faciliate and protect the
improvements of the mouth of the
Mississippi river was passed.
The House th6n refused, yeas 132,
nays 151, to take up Mr. Maynard's
Mr. Butler moved to suspend the
rules and take up the senate supple
mentary oivH rights bill and refer
to "the Judiciary committee with
leave to report at any time, lost;
yeas 153 nays 84. Eight republi
cans voted with the democrats in
Mr. Freeman" announced the
death of his colleague, and offered
resolutions for the appointment of a
committee of five to superintend the
funeral arrangements for 4 o'clock
to-morrow; that a committee be ap
pointed to attend the remains to
Auburn, Jfassaphusetts, and that
the House now adjourn. Atter the
remarks by Messrs, Kelly, Law
rence, Hoar and Cox, the resolutions
were adopted and tho House ad
journed. New York, May 25.
J. S. Homans, editor of the Bank
ers' Magazine, died here on Satur
John Halzoher, during a Sunday
broil in Handle's saloon on 115th
street, inflicted a mortal wound on
Wm. Shaw, who is now dying.
The new Presbyterian'church, on
J 25th street, Madison avenue, was
edleatej) ygstjrday. It cost $50,000.
' i i - -
Cincinnati, May 25.
The Strakosch .opera season is vir
tually pntjed, The announcement
for a new season' published to-day,
with Mile. Halbron, prima donna,
aseoluto, from Italian Harn and
Royal Opera, London, Mile. Dona
die, prima doqnaj soprano, Davlel
lier, basso, BenfratUJi, tenor, Tagli
aptra, baritone. Florin, basso. Ca?
ry and Puertelle have been re-engaged.
BUFFALO, May 25.
At 6 o'clock this mornjng a fire
broke out at the' Vulcan Iron Works
on the comer of k Water and Evans
streets, a large four-story brick,build
ing, and with all its contents 'was
destroyed. The loss 18 960,090, but
nearly covered by insurance. The
fire is still burning, butt'Hnder con
trol. A severe rainstorm materially
aided the fire department is check-
uisr tot rmmw. -
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
New York, May 25.
Pfingst Montag, the great German
holiday, was appropriately observed
by the Germans citizens by festivals
at the public halls and various sub
Washington, May 25.
In the Senate the chair submitted
resolutions adopted at a" mass
meeting of citizens of St Clair
county, Illinois, endorsing the de
claration of the industrial Congress
of the United States. Referred to
committee on edncation and labor.
The chair also submitted a com
munication for the executive com
mittee from citizens of Chicago, in
viting Congress to attend the cere
mony of laying of the corner stone
of the new government building
there June 24th. Tabled.
Mr. Alcorn presented a memorial
from the citizens of Mississippi.ask-
ing Congress to take charge of tbe
levees on tho Mississippi river. Re
ferred. Scott presented a memorial from
the Philadelphia Board of Steam
Navigation and Commerce, asking
the passage of the steamboat bill
as it came from the House. Re
ferred. Conkling presented a petition of
Mrs. Lockwood asking Congress to
pass an act declaring no woman
who is qualified be debarred from
practice in the United States courts
on account of sex or color. Referred.
Sargent introduced a bill prevent
ing "hazing" at naval academies.
The following bills were intro
duced and referred: A remon
strance by the legislature of Penn
sylvania protesting against the can
cellation of the China mail service,
and asking an appropriation there
for. A bill amending the act rela
tive to the naturalization of aliens.
A bill to refund tho cotton tax. A
bill reviuing the act of 1864 provi
ding for the payment to loyal own
ers of negroes that were drafted or
mustered into the United States
New Yohk, May 25.
The latest foreign newspapers just
arrived, per White Star steamer
Oceanic, says the great event in
English society last week, was the
arrival of the Czar. On landing at
Dover, he was received with great
military display and pomp. The
Ninth and Tenth regulars, Seventh'
Fusileers, the Royal Artillery, and
Kent militia, were drawn up at the
landing point. The royal train ar
rived with the Prince of Wales,
DuChess of Edinburg, and the com
mander of tho military. The Russian
Imperial Yacht Dorjova now ap
proached and soon came up to the
staging. The Emperorstood on the
paddle box in the uniform of a Rus
sian General, and was loudly cheered
before landing. He saw and recog
nized his daughter and smilingly
kissed his hand to her. The Czar
then lauded and an affectionate
scene then took place between them.
The Grand Duke Alexander
was present in the uniform of the
Russia navy, as was also the duke
of Edinburg! " The entire' party
then returned to tho saloon of tbe
Derjova, where a number of dis
tinguished British officers presented
His Mafjesty, as were the members
Imperial suite- The English Prin
cess, Mayor and corporation of Do
ver prsgptfd the Czar with ad
dresses of welcome, r4'ho party
tliMi returned to the royal train,and
everything, Including eighteen or
twenty tons of imperial baggage
being placed on tho train, they
started for Windsor, receiving
2 parting salutp from pastjp guns
aniisfrtjflerj', and 'enters front the
vast crowds. At e'vpry station
crowds gathered Vo.see the visitors.
Thejre was a rerjeptjon ftt Windsor
of a military character similar to
that at Dover, The party tlrove to
the Palace, The routg was illumin
ated. New York, May 25.
The strike of the stage drivers is
general here. Only a few stages are
seen in the streets, and broadway
projenU an unusual appearance in
Rochester, May 25.
The Turners yesterday elected the
following officers for the ensuing
3'ear: Emi Warber, of Milwaukee,
President: Sosoph Kaufmihii, of
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, May 25.
Flour Active, spring extras, 5 30
0 o; winter wmte extras G 50(5i
Wheat More active, closed
strong and lower; No. 2, 1 221
1 24; regular, 1 201 20J; closed
1 21 J; spot or May or June sold at
1 211 21 J, closed at 1 21; July, at
1 21 1; No 3, 1 I6J; rejected, 1 07
.10S;Nol, 1 241 25.
Corn Active, firm and a shade
higher; high mixed sold at 63 J; No
-', uiiQjjtj; iresn spot June, 61
uii,cioseaoij; July, ui'i; reject
&($tju; jo 's ear corn, 70.
Oaby Acfivg and firmer: No. 2
regular at 47; and strictly fresh '48;
rejected was sold at 46,
Bye-Firm; No. rogulas 931; fresh
Barley Quiet, unchanged; No. 2
1 59(5)1 CO; rejected 1 151 18; No.
3, 1 35.
Pork Firm; higher, closed steady
17 '2arSi7 2ii.
Provisions Quiet; prices still un-l
Xard Firm- June, lQfQlQ80;
July,i0 87i. ' l ' '
Butter Quiet, common to choice
Seed Steady, 2 55
Clover Seed 5 255 50.
Whisky Steady, at 94J.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, May 25.
Flour Quipt and unchanged; su
perfine winter at 4 5Qi 7g
Wheat Dull; No. 2 Chicago at
1 251 25J; No. 2 Red at 1 50.
Corn Dull, lower; No. 2 mixed
60 on track; 7273 June.
Oat Dull; No 2 50 east track 53
Barley Quiet, No. 3 spring, 1 25
Rye Firm ; 1 00.
Whisky Dull at 96.
Pork Quiet, 18 26.
Bulk Meats Firmer and more
active; shoulders 6; clear ribs at
Bacon Dull; 4 75,
Coffee Dull. .
Lard NomimU at llal2.
Bayonne, May 25.
The Carlists are intrenching their
force at Estella, ,
Madrid, May 25.
General Concha is concentrating
his forces for aa attack on the Car
lists in Estella and vicinity.
ondon, May 25.
The Observer! announces a cele
bration of the Queen's birthday,
which takes plaee to-day. The title
of Duke of Connaught will be con
ferred on Prince Arthur.
Rome, May 25.
The Pope is still ill of fever. The
Italian ministry have been defeated
in consequence of the rejection of
of the unregistered deed bill; the
resignation of tbe entire cabinet is
expected. - - -
- London, May 25.
The Queen's' .birth-day -will be
celebrated throughout the Kingdom
to-day in the nsuaT manner. Ex
tensive illuminations in the princi
pal cities to-night.
Paws, May 24.
Prince Hopentake, the new Ger
man ambassador to this city, yester
day waited upon President McMa
hon, and presented his credentials.
President McMahon, in receiving
the new minister, said he hoped for
a long continuance of the friendly
relations which now exist between
Germany and France.
Paris, May 24.
Ex-President Thiers to-day re
ceived a deputation from -the De
partment of the Gironde, and in
reply to their address said the mon
archy whichthey were seeking to es
tablish was impossible. The Con
servative Republicans alone could
reorganize and pacify France. He
hoped that after its recent experi
ence the assembly would admit the
necessity of making the country the
sovereign arbiter as expressed in the
sitting. Wnile powerless to at
tain any very definite result,
it would exceed the bounds of
reasour Being unable to forma gov
ernment, the majority had lost the
means and right to govern. He
therefore expected a dissolution,
which would rehabilitate the assem
bly in the eyes of the nation. The
electors would be less wise and
modest, the longer the dissolution
An election to fill the vacant seat
in the assembly, took place in the
department of Nicore, to-day. The
Republican candidate was chosen by
a decissive majority.
City of Mexico, May IS. 1
via Havana, j
Senor Castello, Alcade of Jacobs,
in tbe State of Sinai va, has officially
reported to the Prefect of his dis
trict, that on April 14th he arrested,
tried and burned to death, Jose
Maria Bonnellia and bis wife Diega,
for sorcery; it having been proved
that they had bewitched one Syl
Before the executive citizen Poras,
as a test, made Zacarias take three
swallows of blessed water, where
upon the latter vomited fragments
of a blanket and bunches of hair.
Tbe Alcalde states that the people
was experating against the Zacarias
and demanded that thej be burned.
The pretence was executed with his
approval, and he adds that he has
his eyu on other sorcery against
whom complaints have been made
by the citizens.
The official Diario of the city
confirms the report of the outrage,
and saysseveral families in the town
havp since compelled tie ottlcpr to
burn another opf womfjii ami her
son for thp same cause.
The general government has asked
the authorities of Sentoloa, to send
a detailed report of these proceed?
ings, and to take rqeasurps tq pro?
tept tbo lives of pprsous threatened
with similar viojeuoe,
MARKETS DY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
Ucw York;, May ?
Money Easy at 2 8 per cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 48SI for sixty days, and
491J for sight".
Gold Strong but dull; opened at
1121, with a rise to 112i, at which
prlcO all aides sinee mid-day havo
been made. There Is now a firmer
tone and feeling in the market.
Governments Steady; but de
void of any special feature; cur
rency 6s, 1 20J. coupons of ?6o 11SJ
new 119 1.
Stocks Quiet, with only limi
ted speculations, Market strong,
however. This morning prices ad
vanced 1U porcentwPacific Mail,
22; U. P., 28; W. U., "Si. Erie,
35J, Panama 100.
New York Produce Market.
a New York, May 25.
Breadstuff Dull and unchanged.
Flour Heavy super State and
Western, 5 335 80; extra, (5 15
650; bakers! and funiily' brands,
Wheat Heavy- No. 1 spring,
1 521 53; No 2 Chicago 1 451 47;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 140 150.
Corn Quiet S080.
Oats Steady, 0264.
Rye Heavy, and lower to sell.
Pork Old mess, 10 401C 60;
new, 17 90 bid.
Beef New mess, $1020; extra,
Provision'! Bacon short rib, IQc
bid; long' deaf, "lOfelOlc; pickled
hams, 1011 Jc; shoulders, 77Jo
Lard 10, 11.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Phicaqo, May 25.
Cattle Receipts 1,100; steady,
firm, but dull; fair to choice steers
sold at 5 006 30; extra steers,
6 006 25; stockers 4 554 02;
Batchers 3 74 50.
Hogs Receipts 6,000; market
active and firm; sales of infe'riorto
common at 4 75p 40; good to
choice extra 5 505 85.
Sheep-rReceipts 200; quiet, easy;
closed ' dull; common to choice
4 006 50; fine to choice 5 70
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, May 25.
Hogs Receipts, 1,550, Market
firm and unchanged,
Cattle Receipts, 290, Market
steady and unchanged.
Sheep Receipts 300; shade easier;
good clipped 88; unshorn, 89;
ordinary to choice, 1015.
JOHS E. KKLX.SW
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
OSce Sooai, Creighton Block, . avatti
Ocr. 15th and Douglas Ets. 0KAHA.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PBOMPT
ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made Houses to let and rents col
ected. Ktal estate bought and sol J. aplTtf
The foundrr In connection with the Van
Dorn machine shops,
SO. S50 BARNEY STREET,
Is now In operation. I am nrepared to mike
all kinds of castings.
meb237m WM. FENWICK
City Meat Market.
Keep constantly "onhand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
"7" 3B Gr OB If .
160 FARXHIX BEET,
"Bot. lOtb. and Utlx.
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
rnABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERY
X thing In the market.
Open rrom 7 a. iu. to 13 p. m.
J-AU Meals Served to Order.-gSa
0IBTEB3 BEBVED 1M EVERY 8TYLE.
Pikes to suit
Between 9th and 10th.
CHARLES FXXDERMA.X, Prop.
UTovr Meat Market.
- SPAULDMC ii JOURDIX.
14th St. Bot. Farnham and Harney,
Oppo Ite the Grand Central
C. F. SAMAXTXT,
171 Cor. Karnbaia and Klevenlli Sis.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. Anne lot of
FURNISHING GOODS constantly on band
and sold cheap. -iec'tf
WOULD INFORM THE TUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the rery best quality,
aud in any quautity.eitber at the factory, which
is located at Bcatnce.Neb., or at the Pije worts
in Uuiaha Thevalsoare prepared to furnish
DRAINAGE, ETC, Also manufacture all
styles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED .STATES.
BORDERS FRO.M DEALERS RliPECT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CE3IEST
fc PIPE CO.
OMAHA - - NEBRASKA.
o x a- j e, s,
-TIT IIOLESALi: AND RETAIL. TOBCCO,
V 1'iitT ami MwiUr' Articles. K! DOUG
LAS ST., OMAHA, NEB, Opposite Metro
jwlilan Hotel. Consumers and Dialers will
tied it to their adantage to examine my stock
bcfoe purihasiug elsewhire uiy5-ly
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet. 13th L Uth Sts., OMAHA.
asOUleit iructiclnir lVniuts iu the city
238'Bongli3 Street, Omaha, Hebraska
Buggies, raiient Wheels, Road was;on, Trot
ting Sulkies, Skeletons, Ltudebaker's,
- Celebrated Vajoos. James R.
Hill's Celebrated Con
Robes, Blankets, "Vason Material of all Decrir
tlons, Spake, Hubs, Felloes, and all kindsof
HARD WOOD LUMBER
Ihltubie Skeins, Axles and Spring' .
MRS. U. U. PALMER.
Fashionable Dressand Cloak
Rooms, 202 Douglas St. near 15. b, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and willguaranteo satisfaction in all
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
Wood! Wood! "Wood!
AT S. P. BRIGGS" YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
WoodS" 00; Soil 55 00. Store Wood to su!t
any number of store Tery cheap. aplStf
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
a.. r. sncpsozflT'i
53S'&540 FoHrtecnta Street,
(Office upatain.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carrlagtf
and Buggies on hand or made to order.
Particular attention paid
E. F. COOK,
637 14th St, tttweea DnLu axi Dodt
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper andSheet Iron
Ware, and dealer In
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and .French Ware on
hand. Tin Roofing, Gutters and Spoutinzand
JebWork done aad warranted, itwxl
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST
SIEIlSra- AJfcTID SUIIIMIEIR, SIELSlSOIT
Clothing s Gents' Furnishing Good
We Hare also a Fnll Line in BOY'S ana YOUTH'S Clothing.
WE WILL SELL OTJRG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
TW- TTELLMAN Sl CO.
FALL 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 YELYET& BEAVER CL0AJONGS.
A FULL 6TOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
3j-A.XX:ES .A.TST33 OECXXaDZUOXtiT'S '
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE USES IN GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICA!! CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS. AND MAT!
CHEAPER 'T'lESIA.Isr THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE anr ttt
HOLSTETRY tra&e; has largely increased his stocknd tw
has a complete assortment o FINE, MEDIUM .I flrSS
PRICED goods, which he is offering at suclT RfttTSK
PRICES at to make it to the interest of ew- onfdKS
anything in this line, to examine his stock before piuroha
PARLOR SETS LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AVD
CHOCE HIE S,
4c, &c. &c.
I T ciitlfAltKIIAM,
Schneider & Burmester
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating StoTes.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and in the best manner,
iiteen trcet septzt d
CLARK & FRENCH.
I)HI ED FRUITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
OMITTED ASDPaOMPILT FIM.KD
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
AND DEALERS IN-
IFUZRISIKIIIa - GOODS;
OUR STOCK FOR THE
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Comprises th.o latest ITovaltia.
LATEST STTXtES ZXT SATS A2TS
SVHOLESALE AND RETAIL
W JbUEfeEJ JS X V Xt JSCiXt.
gQ3 Farnham mtTt
DRAPER & TAILOR
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
i'all AssorUnentof Imported Woojans.
LADIES' SUITS !
Just Received !
C. F. 2XCZ2&AXT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th, and Harasy Straats,
Farnham St XTear
and Furnishing Goods,
THA2ST 'THE CHEAPEST,
All Work Warraate.
SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received !
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