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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. TUESDAY MORNING-. JUNE 2, 1874.
THE DAILY .BEE.
EDWAKD U05EWATER, Editor and Prop'r
Oflct-Xo. 138 t'arnbam airect, stOT.
SI nth and Tea th.
TEEMS OF SUBSCEIFnOK:
One ropy, one year, la adrance..
lr Tnnnlha In MTMM.
" three menths in adrance 2.00
S9-If not paid In adrence, $8 per immo wUl
. J" collrtfd. . .
h LEADING HATTER I
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
- rrflurcA Smith. 185 liaraer stieet. ii.
J1 llthodlith. decl8U
GLAS3 AKD PICTUEE FBiKES.
JBelnbart. It6 Doajlis street, dealer In
.window glass and picture Irani-, (tlazing
done to order. -2ti
B00T3 ACT) BH0ES.
Pbllip Lang, 153 Farnbani at, between 10th
and 115h. feUDrl
HL. Latey, corner 12th and D .uglas streets,
in nufitturer and wlmlcsale deiler In
cand'w and conreUlonery. Country trde o
Fland A Elliot, coal, lime, cement hair, etc,
131 Farnham at. febldmJ
"FA. Boeder, druggist, corner 12th and Har
T Elgutter, Uo. 200 Farnhain at. iel.U
Anew laundry opined at 5U 11th aU, bet
Farnbam and Doualas. The washing and
Ironing wiU be done to order, firs, ClaM wt-rk
Lehman A Heard, Loue and sign painters,
10th at. bet. F.rnham and Harney. a23ll
Premium Soap Works, Powell A Co, sllll
manufacture their Piemium Soap. Fle
nrst premiums awarded by the Dougia county
and State fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders solicited Irom the trade.
n. M. FBASCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creighton Block, Omaha, Xeb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Altornej anl" Counselor at Law.
SOFFIOE-Boom Ija Ybscuer'i Block,
OMAHA - - - N8B.
f .'J0IEST W. LYTLE,
I " T .. ..
.pff A.Uoraerat-LaTT ana solicitor
t ' nrrrrnvn... W.t K.tlnn.l H.nV.
Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIBTEESTH SIEEBT. 0KA1A
C A. BALDWIN.
HAX.BWIN' & 0;oftKV,
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
john c. con IN,
office cnEiqnrojrs block,
T, W. T. Kicliards,
Attorney at Law,
OSco 510 13th SL, bet. ParsaM
aad Deaglas, fMaha, 5eb.
P- 0. Box SO fcSHtl
O. H. BALLOU. ED. B. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Creljbton's new block, southeast -cor
SAVAGE fc MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
312 FAKNHAM STBEAT.
jav-a w. -u.?an-e,
CBasxu r axnKsins.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATT0RSEI AND CODSSELLOE AT
No. SCO Farnham Street
J. S. SUROPSHffiE,
Boom 9, VUscher's B'ock,
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Xtteraejs and Ccusselon at Law.
Office, S0C Twellth Street.
AM. Lnrk Haw 4,'. Omaha. Keb.
O. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttoruoy Zi otr
BEDIC tS OPERA MOUSE
JOBS E. KKLLKI.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
OCoe Boom2lCreigntoaBloci,l .OMAHA.
Oet. 15th all DongUs 6U. "
1t attended to. No charga nnleas collec
ts are made Ilouwatolet and renU col
aetcd. Beat estate bought and sold. aplTtf
W. J. COXNELL.
ytriet Attaef fcr 8mm4 J.4-
OrncS-SoaUi aWe ol FswiUJaaj, kjtww.
XMh i lk ilfc, Ofpsritt OBWl HMfc
Colon-el Johx Y. Clopper will
doubtless be pleased to learn through
the Davenport Gazelle that, "Col.
John Y. Cloppermahn has pur
chased the celebrated running horse,
Red Cloud, for $1,000."
Tiie Bee will favor the nomina
tion of Saint Patrick O'Bannon
O'Hawes as Contingent Congress
man contingent -upon his turning
that $2,000 back pay into the cam
The question now is, What shall
we do with our dogs ? Omaha Bee.
Make them into bologna, and
sell it at camp meetings. Grand
Your recommendation will be
complied with, if you enter into a
contract to live on Mich rations,
when you come down to attend the
Twelve dollars a barrel for lager
is what's the matter with Omaha
now, and the Omahosses are study
ing lagerithms, in order to figure it
down lower. SI. Lotus Democrat.
Tne Omahosses are evidently
superior mathematicians. They
have already solved the problem by
the decimal rule, and lager came
down to $10.
The special St. Joseph correspon
dent of the Chicago 377?iei3 again
trying to write Vining down "An
Ass." Judging his sketch by the
elongated ear-marks, the Bee is
forced to the conclusion that this
is simply another case of mistaken
identity. That clever St. Joe artist
was evidently looking into the mir
ror, and has taken his own shadow
for that of the irrepressible Vining.
In view of the impending annual
conclave of Nebraska medicine
men, at Omaha, the Bek would sug
gest that a revised schedule of pro
fessional charces be made to coverj
cases of which the following is an'
A Connecticut man, whose sonr
was ill, appealed to the physician :
"Do bring him out of it right away,
doctor; do break up the fever at
once, even if you charge as much as
if he went through a whole cour&e
An indiscriminate slaughter In
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 20C
Farnham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Brokor, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
9th street between Joues and Leavenworth sta.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
TTEEPSTHE ifOST COJII'LETK ASSUltr
J. met ol Ladle' ana
mod and untrluiiqed,
met of Ladtet' and Gents' straw hats, trim-
rarasols. 1'iq.ues, jiar-
sellies. NainsooVs and alt kinds of 1'rj- Goods,
Ladles' and Genu' Bo-.U etc. Iy line of Dry
Goods is Complete Selling only JOr llAnll, I
am able to UNUKRSELL any olber Dealer In
the City. Our rmCESareLOWEll than over
heard Ubeiore. niy-3iu-i'l
PEB DAY. Agents want-
30 W b&) ed. All cUaes of work-
log people ol either scr. young or old.
irore ootify at Trcra :cr p; t tLei; j-ae wo
ineVLito'1tM'tiaie,thiVai anything else.
AddresS,TIijSUN 4 CO, Portland, Maine
nov5tl' ' ' T
JAS. M. MITTIB,
135 and ISO FMrtakmEa Street.
- I r
233 Daaglu Street, 0aao&,'KebrisA
Baggies, ratten Wheels, Road wsitoi-s, Trot-
Meg Sulkies, Skeletons. Ltudehsker'i,
Hill's Odebrated C0&-
. V 3t W.lU A.
Bbcs, Blankets, Wagon Material of aU Descrip
tions, Spskes, Uubs, FeUoes. and all kindsof
ThlmMeSkcms, Axles and Springs.
MilS. K. II. PALXEK,
Booms, 262 Douglas St. near .15 h, (Up Stairs.
I cut Irom actual measurement not from
patterns and will go jautee satisfaction in all
Cattinff aail Fitting a Specially.
iS3 FarabsLut street-
HASonhand a full line of Ladles' Goods
which he la closing out at cost. Give him
a call and get good bargains.
SEW GOODS ASmVISG DAILY
S-IIe has on hand an excellcn stock of
ents' wear, best In the city, of Eastern roanu-
ure or nome nuup.
CARRIAGE, BUGGY aid TTAGOX
N. E. COaiJEB of 14th and HARNEY STS,
WOULD respectfnUy announce to the pub
lic that he U now ready to Cil all con
tracts in the aboTe Unes with neatness and
"Eipreis wagQui constantly on hand and
10 FARNHAM S?REET,
3. 3.QtXx and IXtlx.
VICTOB DUGROSS, Prop.
Ig-Ml Meals Served to Order.'ipt
TBTEM itlTB) U ETIKT tTTlB.
Price to salt
Specially Eeported for th Oanta Daily Bee,
bT tba Atlantic Pacific Telegraph Co.
"Washington-, June 1.
Senate met at noon.
Mr. "Windon called up the Indian
appropriation bill and gave notice
that as soon as it was disposed of, he
would call up the resolution repor
ted from the select committee on
transportation, providing for a nev
survey for the projected lines of in
terior water communication.
He ercp'a" ed the items of the In
dian appropriation bill, and said
amount came fiom the committee,
It called for $5,570,703, which was
an increase of $504,903 over the bill
as received from the House, but
$514 less than the revised e&tiinates
t0f the department, and nearly one
i'million less than last year.
Mr. "Wright introduced a resolu
tion instructing the committee on
transportation to inquire whether
any legislation is required to regu
late the commerce passing from one
globe to another across navigable
streams, and report by bill or other
wise; agreed to.
Mr. Conkling, from the judiciary
committee, reported with amend
ments the bill introduced by Mr.
Ingalls, April ICth, amendatory to
the 5th section of the Pacific ltail
road act; placed on the calendar.
The Indian appropriation bid was
then considered, and a number of
the committee's amendments were
ag eed to.
The Senate held a short executive
session and when the doo.-s were
re-opeued, resumed the considera
tion of the Indian bill, and agreed
to the rest of the amendments pro
posed by the committee, after which
it was laid aside to be reported on
to-morrow. Among the amend
ments agreed to was one increasing
the amount to purchase articles for
persons roaming, and persons en
gaged in agriculture among the dif
ferent tribes of Sioux Indians in
Nebraska, from $100,000 to $200,000.
Under the call of the States bill,
were introduced and referred over
by Mr. Foster to admit duty free,
photographic and litographic prints,
philosophical apparatus etc., im
ported for educational and scientific
purposes, and by Mr. Parker to
amend the constitution to provide
for the election of Senators by the
On motion of Mr. Kelley the
House concurred in the amendment
to the centennial bill provd'ijr the
United States shall not be liable
directly or indirectly for any ex
penses attending the exhibition.
Mr. Dawes, chairman of the ways
and means committee, made a state
ment concerning tho bjll to amend
the internal revenue laws: he ?aid
it was impossible to carry it through
in the manner in which it had been
considered In the House; he there
fore brought before the house to-day
the the same bill with all the
amendments adopted in the com
mittee of the whole Friday even
in" Mr. Starkweather asked whether
Mr. Dawea would admit an amend
ment taxing sales at stocks, bonus,
gold, oc., one twentieth por cent.,
and remarked that tho tax would
produce ten or twelve millions
Mr. Dawes intimated such a tax
not collectable and tiie committee
woi'Ju not royort.vi.il i. )n ua
sweclo Mrmlth'(Ghib) whether
the tax would be. put on tho free
list Mr. Dawes was understood as
replying in the negative. He
moved to suspend the rulesn-idpas?
the bill, intimati.tg that if the rao
tjon was rtPffativo ho would not
press tie matter tVrth,er this 6es
Mr. Hawley (Conn.) wanted to
know whether Mr. Dawe3 could as
sure the House that the surplus of
next year would be adequate to
meet the siukinrundof 529,000,000
for nex.'ycal "and $22,000,000 for th's
year, wulqli woulu be tue ueUcicncy
after applying the surplus of the
year's revenue. Mr, Davps wqs un
Uef&tooil fo express 'tho 'belief or
hope that it woult). He moved to
suspend the rules and pass the bill.
Mr. Randall suggested that read
ing the bill was necessavy.
The hill was, however, rend, and
on motion of Mr. Dawes was passcl
177 to 49.
Mr. Starkweather then moved to
suspend the rules a.id consider the
additional section to the tariff bill
just passed, imposing a" tax of one
twentieth per cent, on all sales of
stocks, bonds; gold, bullion, and
other securities. Tne mo.ion was
agreed to without the yeas and
nays, and the provision was incor
porateq n the WU. Mr. Kasson
moved io susiienn tne rules and
adopt the section o bo incorporated
in tne tariff bill to facilitate the sale
of manufactured tobaccos; agreed
to, 1G0 to 53. The amendment
gives a drawback on expo ted to
bacco eaual to thp amendment of
duties which havp been paid upon
imported licorice, which has been
used in the manufacture of tobacco.
Mr. Wells f-om the committee on
Pacifiic .allroads, moved tq suspend
the rules aud pass the bill requiring
the va. ious branches of the Pacific
railroads to be ope.ated as a contin
uous line, and providing penalties
for making discriminations against
other companies, and delaying the
Denver & Pacific railroad, a part of
the exiension of the Kansas Pacific;
agreed io without discussion.
Mr. Hulbuvt moved to suspend
the rules and adopt as an additional
section to the tariff and revenue bill
a provision for a restoration of the
income tax. The motlotj was not
seconded, yeas 6D,nays 88." On
motion of Mr. Hubbel the rales were
suspended and the Senate bill to
arnend the law of 1872, extending
to the first of January next, the
time for performing the work on the
mining location so as to prevent for
feiture, was passed Mr. Williams
rnoved to suspend the rules and pass
the hill for the collection from the
Pacific Railroad Companies of five
per cent, tax on their net earnings
as provided by the acts of July 1802;
agreed to without discussloa. The
rules whs suspended and tlie mil
passed rellevlig savings banks hav
ings with capital stock from tho pay
ment of a tax deposits, as in case
of Bavings banks having no capita
Ifx. Houghton moved to suspend
the rules and pass the bill declaring
the Omaha Bridge a part of the con
tinuous Hn'of the Union Pacific
Railroad. The motion was not
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Cincinnati, June 1.
Arch-Bishop Purcell' will go to
Washington in October, to perform
Miss Sherman's marriage ceremony.
New Yobk, June 1.
A Tribune special from Washing
ton says Secretary Richardson has
at last acknowledge he is going out
of office, and has informed some of
his friends that he proves to re
sign the secretaryship, the office not
being congenial to him. It is proba
ble his resignation will occur to-day
or to-morrow, when the name of
General Bristow, of Kentucky, will
be sent io the Senate. Richardson's
name will be sent to the Senate for
the vacant judgship on the bench
of the court of claims, an office for
which he is be iter fitted both by
character and training.
The names of Rristow and
Richardson will probably be sent to
the Senate together, perhaps to-day,
but certainly in the next three days.
Assistant Secretay Sawyer and
Solicitor Baulield will also retire,
following soon after Richardson.
A Times special from Washington
says that the Disiiict investigation
commutee meets to-day to consider
its ieori, ard is tbousht that there
wl'l be a wiu'e divergence in the
commiiice as to the legislation that
shall be recommended : and there
is no doubt that many of the mem
beis of the committee are in favor
of a radical changein the method of
governing the District of Columbia,
and the en.iie repeal of the law un
der which iheter itorial government
was established by the depart
ments of the general govern
me'it. There is an earnest desire
manifested by the Republicans of
both houses of Congiess, that such
measuies be taken sis tp insure the
promised payment of tlie interest on
the bonded debt of this district,
which is largely held abroad. The
lime of the session remaining is .so
short, that the attempt at com
plex legislation will be likely
to fail, but the general substance
of operations are likely to be pro
ceeded wi.h for the bill. The finan
cial liabilities of the district and its
general financial condition will be
dele. mined by a tribunal organized
for (hat purpose, and the current
expei cs of the district to be reduced
to the smallest possible limit.
Washington, June 1.
Theieis the highest authority for
the statement that a change in the
Secretaryship of tho Treasury, has
been determined upon, and that
General Bristow has been offered
the position. It has been known for
some time that a change was in
contemplation, and would probably
be made about the first of the pres
ent nnnth; but it was only this
morning that the official announce
ment wa3 permitted to be made.
It is scarcely prooable that any
change will take -place to-day. Bris
tow has received no information
from the President that he will be
tendered the po-ition, though he had
notified Bristow that h& wished to
see him before ho left tho city.
Though Bristow has not seen the
President ho has from other and
most reliable sources received in
formation that he will be honored
with im oiler of the treasury.
Bristow's friends assert that he
wont decline" tl)e o1?r, though he
ho will sacrifice much personal eace
and comfort,Tesid.o3 . considerable
income by accepting; yet impelled
by a high sense of duty to the
vuiiuirv, win nut siuiniY i;uui inu
responsibility. There is no dcuU
ue huio to dense tne department of
all its alleged corruption" and d.Isr
The Attorney General decides
that the time at which tlie importa
tion of goods is accomplished, and
not when they have been entered
for consumption, hut when brought
to United "Sta'tes ports, with intent
to bo discharged, and that an act of
Congress, increasing in general
terms the duty on importation does
not apply tp, goods herein in ware
house. New York, June 1.
At the annual parade of tho po
lice departnieiit to-day over one
thousand policemen participated.
The turn-out was magnificent and
the physique of tle inon fault
less ; nothing like It was ever seen
hero l)3fore'. Application wa. ;r,ato
in tho Over and 'JVmlner court this
morning for a speedy trial or an im
mediate acceptance of bail, on bo
half of 1'ollce Commissioners Char
lick and Gardner, indicted for elec
tion frauds; matter adjourned till
tomorrow. The tilal of Andrew L.
Roberts, the notorious forger, in
dicted for forging Buffalo, Erie &
N. Y. Central "bonds, to the amount
of one million dollars, was com
menced to-day. Sam Jackson, a
negro burglar, attempted to cut his
throat ni court tins morning, but
the officers frustrated the suicidal
Washington, June 1.
The President has just sent in the
nomination qf Qeneral Bristow, of
lventucky.'for the secretaryship of
thp treasury, and lychardson for
judge of tho court of claims.
The May statements show a re
duction of the public debt for that
month, of 4,450,833.92: total reduc
tion of the debt since June 30, 1873,
13 51212,000,1)00, showing the treasury
out of debt.
The President called a special
meeting of the cabinet to settle the
change in the secretaryship of the
Bristow had an interview with
the President, but tlie result was not
asscertained. It Is believed in offi
cial circles, that he signified his ac
ceptance of the treasuryship. The
President goes to New Yorlj to
night, to le present at the faying of
the corner stone of the American
Museum of Natural History, at
Central Park, aud returns here on
Philadelphia, June 1.
Timothy Brophy, a prisoner at the
House of Correction, assaultey one
of the guards named Haines ypsteri
day afternoon, nnd was throttling
him when Haines manago to reach
nis pistol, and stiot him (Brophy)
through the heart, killing him in
stantly. Zach'rina Jemmlll, an old and
well known market merchant, fell
from a ferryboat while crossing Del
aware River this morning, and was
Albany, June 1.
Abraham Lansing, of the firm of
A. & W- lanslng, attorneys, Al
bany, has leen appointed by the
governor, State Trea'surer. We
understand he Is a Democrat and
and one of our most respected
Bome, June 1.
Tlie Italian Parliament will be
dissolved this week. The Liberals
anticipate a majority on the elec
BayoaNE, June 1.
Heruani is completely invested
by Carlists, who have had some
sharp skirmishing with the garri
son. Queenstown, June 1.
The steamship Baltic, from New
York, with Mr. and Mrs. Sartoris
on board, arrived at this port last
evening; all well.
JLondon, June 1.
A erious riot occurred at Limer
ick between the people and a party
of militia. The police defended the"
latter, and were stoned be the riot
ers. Reinforcements arrived after
a considerable number had been in
jured. St. Peteksisukg, June 1.
The Oflicial Gazette publishes a
note on the return of the Czar, and
styles him as the "Illustrious Indica
tor of the Peace of Europe, and who
is determined to maintain amicable
international relations with all
Madiiid, June 1.
Hon. Caleb dishing, Minister
from the United States, was received
to-day by President Serrano, with
customary honors. Senor Mantilla
has been appointed Minister of
Spain at Washington. The govern
ment has forbidden the press from
attacking its financial scheme.
Beijlin, .Tune 1.
Rumors that Germany seeks to
disturb the Luxembourg Treaty and
to revive the candidature of a Ger
man prince for the Spanish throne,
which have been for some days in
circulation throughout Europe, are)
it turope, are)
his health '"onl
considered nere to ie
out foundation. Prince
is slowly recovering his
hN estate at Versain, c
The Assembly has settled upon
the following as the order in which
important business before it is to be
taken : First, the municipal electo
rial bill ; second, municipal organi
zation bill ; third, general elcctorial
bill. At a meeting of the Left to
day it was resolved that the motion
for the dissolution of tho Assembly
should be pressed and that overtures
be made to their sections of the
Chamber to secure their co-operation
in the movement.
The Catholic. Club of this city
have been entertaining the pil
grims from the United .tati-s. The
sale and circulation of the Siccle has
been prohibited 'In several depart
ments. Prince Napoleon has been
nominated for the Assembly in the
departments of Charinte in Firipure,
and the SejiiPj
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hevv.York Monay Market.
- rNRW VoRir, Juno 1.
Money Easy ftt 23 por cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 4S81 for sixty days, and
491 for sight.
Gold Dull: opened at 121;
Ciined to l'J: now It?'
--... .,,,iu .tlf.i:,.
.'nt.'.h.i m..illu it itn'A ah
Stocks dull. Init weak, eaiicciallv
Dako Shore and Wabash; W U,
P M and U P strong early but after
warde yielded; market now steady.
Yprk Produce Market.
New York, June 1.
Breadstuffs Opened heavy,
Flour State and Western, 3 13
3 83 ; extra, 0 Q0(G 30,
Wheat Lower ; No 1 spring, 1 31
1 52 ; No 2 Chicago, 1 4G1 47 ;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 -i0l 30.
Corn Lower: SQ
OatsrQuiet; white, G2C4.
Rye 1 0S1 12.
Provlaious-Qulet & unchanged.
Pork Old mess, 10 50 bid ; now,
17 5017 60.
Lard prime city, 10"11.
Leather, iron aud wool Un
changed. Chicago Produce Market.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat AVeak, shade easier, for
eastern advices were Aivorable and
weather fine, produced a dull feel
No 21131; Cash or Juno 1 1GJ, or
1 10 for July ; No 3, 1 10 ; rejected
104; No 2, new, 1 191.
Corn Opened strong, and higher,
closed easier, advanced partially;
high mixed, 5GJ, No 2, GGJ57,
closed 5G56J; Cash or June closed
-.! I.I.I IfilA-.Tl l,n nlncw' '"!
Oats Active, unsettled, shade
lower, No 2 52J; closed 49?.
Rye Quiet and steady; No 2, at
Barley Steady, 1 40l 45,
Pork-rSteatly, shade letter 17 25
17 30; closed Juno 17 2017 22.
Lard Quiet and steady; 10 GO
Bulk Meats Steady and un
changed. Eggs Easier, at 12.
Butter Weak: 1420.
WhiskyrSteacly and linn, 94J
Louis" Product) Market.
St. Lov'is, June 1.
Flour Quiet, weaV, unsettled
Wheat Dull, drooping;
Chicago, 1 10.
Oats Inactive: weak, No, 2
Corn .Steady, So 2 mixed 3354
Rye DuU; No 2, 93-
"SYliiskj .Quiet at 95.
Tork Easier; 17 83 18.
Bulk Meats Nominal.
Bacon 5 0Q5 40,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
jCniCAao, June 1.
Cattle Receipts, 5,0. Market
moderately active ; prices' steady,
unchanged.; closing dull; fair to
choice steers sold at 512V; extra
steer G 106 2i ; stackers sold fit
4 75 j Texans 3 905 55,
Hogs Receipts, 15,000. Fairly
aotivo Arm, 10c better; closed steady
at 5 505 85; poor to common 4 75
5 20; fair 5 255 40,
Sheep-rReoelp,ts, 400. Common,
q very choice, 4 50(4. 57,
XTew Meat Market.
SPAULDI G &. JOUBDAX.
14'h St. Bet. Farnham and Harney, j
Oppo He the Grand Central
Fronting oa 4'h, 5th. and Walnut sts
St. Lords, -
Laveille, "Warner & Co,
The Southern Hotel is first-clao in all Its
apt oiat menu. lis tables are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with all tho
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes arc all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There is an
improved eieTa'or leading from the firtt floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
icket offices, news stand, and western Union
telegraph otH e in the totunda of hotel.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
At s. r. unifies yard, corner of
14th and Chicago Strecti. Good Hard
Wood S7 00 ; Solt $" 00. Store Wcod to suit
any numlx-r of store Tery clirap. aplStl
31118. J. E. VANDKKCOOK
Residence and office 2M Dodge st bet lltU and f
Special attention paid toTolwictrics and dis
ea.es peculiar to women and children! Btf.
Would, intorsi the tublic that
they are now ready to furnish HY
DUAULlGCEMEXT.if thsTery best quality,
audio any quantity.eitlier at the factory, which
Is located at Bcatrice.Ncb., or at the Piic works
in Omaha They also are prepared to furnish .
DIIAINAOE, ETC, Alsi manufacture all
Mrlesfof CHIMNEY WORK. WEHUAKAN
TKK OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACniKKll
-IN THE UNITED bTATES.
f WORDERS FROM DEALERS RESPECT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CE1IEXT
& l'lPB CO.
OMAHA - - XEBIiASKA.
3" O 3BC 3XT 3E A. H 3S1 ,
255 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
In all it Branches, In
HOP.SE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINtl
and repair! Ji doue on short notice.
kinds of light
MACHINERY 3IA.DE & REPAIRED.
E&All Work Guaranlced.l
255 HARHEY OTEEET,
:m :3 3NT ST. X. O" O 2NT 33 J3
-MA'FACI'JRE5 Q? l'JD BE-tLKK IN-
l.ambri'tinitis am Window SUailcs,
RHKOSOS, ESGRAYIXHS AX!)
T0 rarnhim .tri-t, corner rififonth
JOHN II. GREEN,
GRAIN, FLOUR AX FEED,
macistek. or mi: disparted.
Ho- 493 lOtt St, ottwesn Farnfeam & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
orany one a Tlew of the patt, present and fu
ture. No fees charged In cases of sickness,
STODUA1U) & IIUlt,iUr,
Market Gardners !
4 LL KINDS
Orders addreued to us
phnU. for sale.
at our garden
Cor. 21st and Taul Streets,
Will receite prompt attention. ai13J3m
C. F. SSAIn ST,
171 Cor. Kaniham and Eleventh Sli.
AHUnds of TAILORISO, Ocanlnc and ic-
pairing ilooe at retoonaoi
easonabie rales, a one 101 01
U OODa coca'.antly on hand
and sold cheap.
C I G- -A- tt S,
WHOLESALE AXD ItETAIL. TOBACCO,
1'ipes and Smokers' Artklt 13 UOUG
L.VS ST, OMAHA, 5 EH, Opposite Metro
politan Hotel. Corjsumers anl Dialers will
end it to their advantage to cxaaluo uif stock
befoc purclo-tln: oliewhere. mrlS-lr
Between Otli and 10th,
ClIAUl.ES FELDEIiSIAUT, Prop.
13lb St., bet. Farnham audllarncj.
AU kinds of TAILOEIKO, CLEAKINQ and
KEI'AIKIKU done at reasonable rates
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses his own medclSH, and besides
regular practice, makes sr-fdallties Cf Derange
ments and Phases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Filff and other Diseases ol the Etetum,
Office and Eesldeac, Corner Farahaia and
11th Streets, first door to tba rtht. up stairs
Otcaha-Heb. AddrenLocs: BoxOt.
223 Paraiva t,
- Osa&a, Seb
,0. 2I ?jrnhMin it.. Oct IUU A 13?l
WnOLE3AI.E AMD STTUt. BEALSZ IS
FURNITURE, BEDDING. ETC
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET,
OUR STOCK FOR THE
s:p:R,x:sra- .ajstid suiiimieir,
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises tlie Latest Nbveltie.
THE IiATEST STYLES 11T HATS awti CAPS.
We Have also a Full Line iu BOY'S ana YOUTH'S Clothing.
WE WILL SELL OURGOODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
E. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELYET & BEAYEB CLOAKIffGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIXEX IX GKEAT YAKICXY. A FDLL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS AMD MATS
CHEAPER TB:A.3Sr THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining; to tlie FURNITURE o-i tt-d
HOLSTETRY fefie; has largely increased bVitook2
lias a complete assortment ot FINE. 'T,-tSttttS- ot9SS
PRICED goods, wliioa he is otri W fM -and L
PRICES as to make it to P intf ft nK S??7D
anything in this lin,, to exfiftg
frSETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED
CROCS TL I E S,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
K. T riKlFAUXIIAM.
Schneider & Burinester
TIN, COPPEK AND SHEET IRON
WARE. DEALERS IS
Cooklnff and Ilcatiu? StoTcs.
Tin RooSng, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice aud iu (he beat manner.
Ittetn trcet Mpt24 d
City Meat Market.
Kwp cotitantly'on baud
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Sussmer Styles.
Fine and Medium
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-AND DEALERS IN-
FALL STOOKI, 1873 !
COVERED TO ORDER.
2Q3 n.xm..n.rx3. Street
APER & TAILOR
AHI DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING JG00DS.
f'ull A.ssortm:ntor Imported TTooleas.
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE!!
G. F. HICKMAIT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Harnoy Straat "
A. POL ACK,
238 Farniiam St. ITear 14th..
and Furnishing Goods.
COR. 13TH ST.
All Work Warnutei.
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