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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. MONDAY MORNING-. JUNE 8, 1874.
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THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD K05EWATER, Editor and Prop'r
Oac-9fo. 138 runkui street, toetw.
Ninth ad Teath.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy, one year. In dtjnee- W.00
" six monthi. In adTance 4
" three menths in adTance -. auj
teril not p2d In adranee, $8 per annum will
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
-UrcOureA Smith. 185 Haruey street.
1J 11th and 12th.
QLA83 AST) PICTURE FaMTS.
T Reiuhart, ISC DouUs street, dealer In
J .window glaas and picture frames, tHazing
done to order. "
B00T3 A17D SHOES.
Philip Lang, 153 Farnham st. Utween 10th
and 115b. lebl9yl
HL Latey, corner 12th and Douglas streets,
m nufeturer and wholesale dealer in
cand'ea and confectionery. Country trade so
Fland A Elliot, coal, litoe, cement hair, etc.,
131 Farnham St. feblSm 3
J A. Itoder, druggist, corner 12th and Har
- j" Elgutter, No. 200 Farnham it. 117tf
1 new laundry opened at 511 Hth st., t-
A. Farnham and Douglas. 'I he washing and
Ironing will be done to order, first class wurk
Lehman A Beard, houe and sign painters,
i 10th st. bit. Fsrnhani and Ilaruey. a2Stf
Premium Soap Work;, rowel' A Co, sjill
manufacture their Pieuituro Soap, hire
first premiums awarded by the Ppugla county
and State lairs, and Pottawattamie couuty, la.
Orders solicitid from the trade.
w. M. FRANCIS
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creishton Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Atloraej anil Counselor at Law.
0FFI0E Boom Bo Ylxaer'i Block,
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
MtorHeyftt-Law and Solicitor Ih
0FFI0b-0Tr First Iitioul Basic,
Attorney at Law.
6091-2 THIBTEES'TH 8TBBET. OMAHA
126 lm .
. A. BALDWIN.
GEO. . O'BKICX.
B ALB WIS O'BRIESr.
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OUAHA, - - - - JJEBBASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICE CREIQirrON'8 BLOCK,
T. W. T. Kicliards,
Attorney at Law,
OMce 510 13th St, bet. Farakam
aid Doaglas, 0rh&, Neb.
F 0. Box 80
O. H. BALLO ED. B.;G LASGO W.
Office n Creightou's new block, southeast cor
SAVAGE 6l MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
22 FABNHAM STBEAT.
Jans w. sx'aok,
cnaju.il r yrnDtii"!
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. 200 Farm ham Street
Q1IA.HA. ; -"" NEB.
J, S, SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at JXaw
Room 9, Visscher'a Block,
QMAHA, - - KERB.
J. a. sracn. au, m. rarrcHirr
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attonera iad Ceuaseters at Law.
Oflce, 506 Twelfth Street.
. LneV Hot 4fta. Oioaha. Neh.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Attprnoy - m.X - Xj. (pc
REIUCK'S OPERA HOUSE
ox A HA
JOBS K. KkXLKT,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PBOMPT
Ij attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. House to let and rents col
ected. Beal estate bought and told. apl'tf
W- J. CONNII&L,
ftrkt Attener for Seetai Jai-
OFICE-Soath aide ol Farnhaai, betvaen
IMk Mi 1 ISUt $Un OtBA OMM.
As now JetT. Davis is coming
home to die. He started" from Liv
erpool by Friday's steamer.
Positively the last night at the
revival tent. Come on, ye wicked
sinners and bring all your loose
change, if you want salvation.
As soon as Mrs. Van Cott gets to
Sacramento Tennie C. Claflin will
start for Omaha. The California
stock speculation did not pan.
The noblest charity Mr. J. M.
Pattee could bestow on Omaha
would be to either tear down or re
constnlct that dilapidated old
Jin. Bangs, Superintendent of
the Postal Railway Service, is bang
ing away at the railroads that carry
the mails, but the Bee imagines
that his guns are loaded Mith blank
TnE Herald expresses its fears
that Doctor Johnson, National Pres
ident of the Protectors of Tndustry,
is wandering after strange gods.
The Bee inclines to the opinion that
his wanderings are directed over
the macijamized road toward the
coming capital of Nebraska.
Ax Omaha reporter has inter
viewed a hunter who has killed 310
Indians. The hunter was sick one
month last year or he would have
killed all the others. Detroit Free
The Bee would suggest that this
brave sportsman be promoted to a
position on the Governor's Mili
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthchner.
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sate.
9th street between Jones and Ieaven worth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
EErSTHE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladies and Cents' straw hats, trim
med anil untriuimeil. Parasols. I'luut-s, Mar
seilles. Nainsook and ail kinds of liry Uoods,
Ladies' and Gent Bo.-K etc. My line tif Dry
Uoods is Complete Selling only tor CASH, I
am able to UNDfc'KSELL any other I'ealerin
the City Our I'EICES are LO WEUtlian ever
heard ot beiure. rayl4-3m-jl
CAHRIAOK, BUGOY add WAG03
N. E. CORNER of 14th and HAUSE1 STS,
WOULD respectfully annoncc? to the pul
lic that he is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the aborc lines with iesttuess and
SExpres3 wagons constantly on hand and
XTew Meat Marlret.
Sl'ACLDI G & JOORDAJI.
14th St. BeU Farnham fid Harney,
mebl5-2ui Oppo ite the Grand Central
MB8. J. K.VASDKUCOIIK
Residence and office 250 Dolge st bet 14th and
Special attention paid to gtatetrici and dis
eases peculiar to women and chiidreu. f9tf.
171 Paranam ,
C. 7. 2A2A&XTXT,
171 Cor. Karuhau and eleventh Sta.
All kinds of TAILORING, deanlnc and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FUUNbniNQ GOODS constanUy on band
and sold cheap. -teeanf
STODUARD Ss. HUMLslVT,
Market Gardners I
ALL KIND3 OF
plants, for sa!e.
Orders addressed to us
at our garden
Cor. 2 1st aud Pa pi Streets
WUI receitre prompt attention. apl5di)m
JSlh St., bet Farnham and Harney.
AU kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
BEPA1KINU doue at reasonable rates
JAS. H, MTITTIF,
. 135 and ISO Faraaam Street.
VAN pORfl'S MACHINE
AU kipds of light and hearj
MACHINERY MADE & REPAIRED.
V&AU Work Guaranteed.-
28 HAMTET 8TREET, - OMAHA.
Ml Faraknai 8U Bet. MUi t istlt
223 Faraliam Street,
WHOLniiE AJCD KETAtl. DEAtXBTX
FCWI1TURB, BEDDING. ETC.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
1KB CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
H . 27 Fatnkmm . feet. lStli 4k 16tk.
a IX orders an 1 repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction ruarrac:
P LIB iNUU iUi MIMW.
Sunday Night's Dispatches.
Bpiclallj- Baportsd for til Omaha Daily Baa,
br ths Atantlc Faciflo TleTtph Oo.
New York, June".
A special dispatch to the World
says the interference of the Presi
dent in the pending financial legis
lation is known in support of the
reciprocity treaty, and his opposi
tion to the civil rights bill is con
firmed, as the former is by his letter
to Senator Jones. It has caused a
demoralizing feeling among Repub
licans, and nothing else is talked of.
The President has been accused of
intending to break up the Republi
can party for the purpose of forming
a new one on the currency ques
tion, and with divers other political
movements, in order to see where
the party is going to stand in its re
lation to him. It has been decided
to call a caucus of all the Republi
can Senators and members in the
Hall of the House on Monday or
Tuesday next to discuss the situa
tion. In the conference committee
yesterday (Saturday) it was decided
to go as far as possible to accommo
date the President's views, and pre
pare a bill that will probably pass
both Houses. The President will
then be placed in the opposition to
give his position an official shape
or another veto. Some of the Re
publicans are in favor of making the
issue with him on this question
as prompt and decisive as possible.
Another special from Washing
ton says : The President's financial
memorandum has produced more
excitement and comment than any
act of bis administration, for many
months. The western inflationists
are greatly exasperated, and con
demn the President in unmeasured
terms. They say they will never
agree to any such stringent proposi
tions, and they say the country may
as well recognize this first as last.
Some of the anti-inflationists re
gard promulgation of paper at this
juncture as an act whloh will only
tend to create discord in the ranks
of the party, and prevent any finan
cial measure from becoming a law.
This session's talk among Republi
can congressmen Is that, in a party
sense, the President has made a
mistake, although the majority sub
scribe to the discipline and senti
ments enunciated in the memoran
dum. The feeling is almost univer
sal that the conference committee
on the finance bill will not be able
to come to any understanding, or
agree on any bill which will ap
proach the President's petition.
An Evening Post special from
Washington saj's : It is understood
that there is to be a thorough over
hauling of all papers In the Treas
ury Department relating to the
Syndicate business with the view
of ascertaining into the truth of
some serious charges which have
It is also understood that suit has
been begun by silent partners of
Henry Clews & Co. Jn tbe syndicate
of foreign fiscal agency business, to
compel them to account for profits
of same, and persons who claim to
be familiar with the history of the
matter, say that there will be dis
closures of the most startling char
acter as to the means employed .to
effect the bankruptcy of the Baring
Bros, and appointment of Jay Cooke
&. Co. and Henry Clews & Co. as TJ.
S. fiscal agents abroad. Some very
high officials are Ktjd to be implica
ted, ana it an exposure is maue, it
will be another national scandal
which may eadto congressional in
vestigation, Washington, June 7.
lhe Board of Indian Commissi
sjoners, comprising Nathan Bishop,
Wm. K. IJodge, John y. FarwelJ,
Geo. H. Stewart", Felix It." Brunat
and Robert Campbell, have ad
dressed a letter to the President re
signing their otflpe. They take oo
caslon to warmly commend the
Indian policy pursued by the" gov
ernment, although some reforms are
yet needed. They regret the Secre
tary of the Jnterlor does not favor
the legislation making' the Inaian
Bureau independent of the Interior
Department. They consider this
change necessary to perfect and per
petuate the present Indian policy.
They cannot continue jn office be
cause under exjstjng laws thp over
ruling of decisions of' the board by
the Interior Department would ren
der their work useless and second
because none of them can remove
to Washington" to perform thoduty.
Experience has shown "that the
board can hardly maintain a har
monious relation with the Interior
Pepartpjent, but wlien under its
control sueh a board Is useless.
Tkoy, N. Y., 7.
About 4:30 thus morning a wind
and rajn stonn struck tfte npw
bridge across the Hudsbi and blew
down flie "eastern" span; n Its de
scent it struck 'four boats lying
under It in the rver, and sink them
alj. Three of tl!ft fgrg loaded
Fi iron trei mofoui-r.- -tho
V --n was one of
win Transportation Com
pany's boats, the B. Pomeroy, on
board of which was one man, a
woman and three children; they
AiONDon, June 7.
The Pope's mandate, convoking a
General Synod of Bishops at Dub
lin, to consider the condition of
Catholics u England, is causing
great excitement in ecclesastlcal cir
cles. Act Yohk, June C.
Jas. D. Pattee, an ex-colonel who
has been committed without ball
under indictment for a diamond
robberj', makes the tenth prisoner
confined in the Tombs to answer
for the great forgeries of the New
York Central and Buffalo & Erie
Railroad bonds, by which Wall
street was swindled out of $1,000,
000, last summer.
In the. trot at Prospect Park yes
terday, during thp fog, Central
Boy" oanie In coljslon with a horse
ant was severely out. The collision
threw the driver of "Walters" from
his seat. The horse ran away and,
rushing against the fence, was im
paled on one of the pickets, dying
soon afterward. Central Boy is be
ieved to be fatally injured.
.New xobk, JunoG,
A rumor prevails that-Jay Gould
has made an offer for the Erie rail
road. Rumor says he Is supposed to
have made a. bid for proxies ,to con
thp election of directors, f
J. C. LEE,
C1BPENTEP AND N:LDBf
96 FABNHAM StXEEf;
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
It is Rumored that Gould Has
Made an Offer for the
The Explosion of a Boiler at
Syracuse kills Two Men.
It is-Intimated the President is
Anxious for Measure a
Looking to the Re
sumption of Specie
Syracuse, N. Y., June G.
The explosion of a boiler this
mornin, iff the Ashton salt mills at
Geddes, killed two men, and wouu
ded two others.
New York, June 6.
The announcement is made this
morning that Rochefort wiU deliver
no more lectures on this side of the
Atlantic, although arrangements
had been made for him to appearin
Boston and Philadelphia. Many
reasons are assigned for this sudden
change of programme, but the gen
eral accepted one is that failing to
excite popular interest thus far there
is no further need for further experi
ment. The audience at the lecture
last night was decidrxlly small and
asiiingtox, June G.
A number of private bills were
conbiderrd yesterday in the commit
tee of the whole, and were taken up
and passed. The House also, on
motion of Mr. Wells, passed the
removing the political disabilities of
Geo. S. Shyrock of St. Louis, and
proceeded to the consideration of the
Senate amendments to the deficien
The House by a vote of 140 yeas
to SO nays passed the bill for build
ing the St. Pliillits canal around
the mouth of the Mississippi river.
The finance connimitooe have de
cided not to make any report be
fore Monday. The members of the
committee stato that the wish to
first learn the views of the public
press on the President's memoran
dum. The House passed fifteen bills in
five minutes this morning. All the
bills reported in the committee of
the whole last night were passed.
The Senate amendments to the de
ficiency bill were then considered.
Washington, June G.
It Is intimated by certain officials
wlio have the ear of the President
on the financial question, that he
was so anxious for some measure
looking to the resumption of specie
wth'ln his 'term of office, and so
disgusted with the obstacles thrown
In the way of Inflationists", that he
was seriously considering the pro
priety of sondjng a message to Con.
gress and making aii earnest appeal
for the passage of a hard money
bill. To such members of Congress
as have conversed with him within
the "past few days on 'the question of
compromising the financial difficul
ty existing In Congress by some
concession to inflationists. He has
been yery bitter in bis comments,
and declared he co'uld not approve
of any bill that did not look at least
to a legal tender redemption
equal to fifty per cent, of
the "notes Issued under a free bank:
Ing bUl. and fix the date of redemp
tion within the term of his present
administration. These emphatic
views of the President, which he
embodied In a letter to Senator
Jones, Instead of a message to Con
gress, are "very distasteful to west
ern representative inflationists, who
do not hesitate to reply in terms
equally emphatic and nore un
pqniplmcitqry. They even go so
far as to declare that the President
Is going over to the opposition
party as a third term candidate to
sustain. They alo declare tit
fjjeant jsdesirpiis of an opportunity
to veto the civil rights bill. One' of
the colored southern members "sgv
he is assured of thatgQrrgsjjnil.nS--
im Passed Lof'm"-"" " -
hf - ...ten Senator Jones
. Nevada, and the President, in
which the latter takes high resump
tion ground and confirms these
rumors and Is calculated to widen
Washington, June 6.
The Choctaw claim of nearly
three millions, which has been re
ported upon favorably by the house
committee on Indian affairs, and
indorsed by the house appropriation
committee, has been pressed for
many years. The clai m is based on
the assumed liability of the govern
ment to pay for land in the State
of Mississippi, exceeding 10,000,000
acres In extent, which we ceded to
it by a treaty with the Choctow na
tion, dated September 27, 1830. The
claim is alleged to havo matured,
uuu ujuuve ucen acKnowieaged by
the Senate In 1859, that body hav
ing been constituted an arbitrator.
The claim rested from 1861 until
J873, when It was taken up and re
ported upon favorably by the Indian
committee of Congress. It is
claimed that the government is
bound to pay over to the Choctaw
nation all that it has received from
the sale of the land in question,
over and above the expenses In
curredthe amount being fixed at
$2,731.30. The claim Is vehemently
urged by members from Iowa and
Missouri, but Is opposed by all the
eastern members of the appropria
tion committee. It wUl certainly be
truck out by the house.
All but One Of the dlirinf InrocH.
gating committee agreed to a report
recommending the aboUtion of the
district government, and finding
the board of public works guilty of
extravagance, recklessness, and
even general corruption In the man
agement of the Improvements here.
The committee has decided, ltisbe
ueved, to recommend temporary
government tUl the next season ol
A strong Influence is at
work to prevent any report which
will prohibit any of the members
of the present local government
from being eligible to the new one.
such a censure as that would re
flect directly on the President.
The omnibus or miscellaneous bill
was completed in committee yester
day. The military deficiency and
civil service salary bills are in com
mittees of conference with every
prospect of agreement. There is
every reason to believe that a tariff
bill, and possibly the steamboat
bill will pass: and that the
Geneva award bill will end as it
did last year by referring it to the
next session of Congress; that some
kind of a bankrupt bUl wiU be
wrought; that the Mormon bill
which passed the House will be
greatly modified in the Senate; that
a change will be made in the form
of government of the District of
Columbia; that the moiety system
will be abolished, and that all
grants, subsidies, etc., wUl be voted
down. The omnibus "bill aggre
gates thirty millions, two less than
last year. It is more than probable
that the Chactaw award, over two
millions, will be stricken out, and
that the reduction will, in all, be
near five millions.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, June G
Money Easy at 23 per
Willi tree onenngs.
Uold 1 10J.
Government Bonds Active, but
State Bonds Quiet.
Stocks Active but irregular.
The weekly bank statement is as
follows: Loans decrease $631,800;
Specie decrease $1,135,300; Legal
Tenders increase $434,100; Deposits
decrease $491,000; Circulation in
crease $36,500; Reserve decrease
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, June 6.
Flour Dull, nominal and un
changed. Wheat Active and strong, and
a shade higher, at inside prices, ow
ing to unfavorable New York ad
vices. No 1 was held at 121 J 122:
No 2 was held at 1 20 1 21J, and
closed nominally at 1 19, cash sel
ler June; seUer June closed at 1 17J
1 IS; seller August at 1 121 121;
No 3 Mas held at 1 15; rejected at
Corn Opened firm, active and
higher, and cloced a httle off of the
best prices. High mixed was held at
57J, and closed at 58; No 2 was
held at 57J5S, and closed at 57;
cash at 57, seller June closed at 57 J
bid; rejected, seller July, at 53.
Oats Easier and a shade lower.
No 2 was held at 4546 ; closed at
Bj-e Dull and lower. No 2 held
Barley Dull and nominal. No 2
held at 1 350140.
Pork Steady for cash and lower
for options. Held at 17 60 cash, and
17 5517 00 seller June; 17 G0al7 05
Lard Firm and steady at 11 00
asked, and 10 00 bid.
Bulk greats Steady and un
changedv Butter More active and un
Whisky Steady at 95.
Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, Junp G-
Wheat Firmer; No 2 Chicago
1 10, but held higher; No. 2 red
winter 1 36 hjd,,
Corn Dnli and drooping; No. 2
mixed o858 on track 59J July.
Pork Firmer; 18 25
Bulk Meats Nominal.
Lard Quiet; good at 11.
Bacon 5 005 40.
Whisky Steady at 96.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June G.
Cattle Receipts, 700 ;" market
active "and firm.
Hogs Receipts 4,000; prices firm
and fairly active: inferior to choice
$4 705 T6.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June G.
Hogs Receipts 1,900; market
lower; light 4 50a4 85 ; bacon 5 00a
5 25; heavy 5 305 50.
Cattle Receipts 900; all but best
grades low and weak; prime to
choice native steers 5 OOaG, 25,.
X,. W. JOXTXS
r,3Id 83S 15tf direct,
Opposite the Post Office.
. OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL XOT BE UNDERSOLD !
Choice Imported aad Domestic Cigar
MRS. K. ll.PiLMEK,
Booms, 2G2 Douglas St. near 15th, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
pattern and will guarantee satisfaction in all
Catling and Fitting a SpechUtj.
MAS UFACTUIiFJJ OF
O I a- A B s,
TI7H0I.ESALE ASD RETAIL TOBACCO,
W Pipes and Smokers' Articles. MS DOUG
LAS SSTOMAIIA. SEB., Opposite Metre
politan Hotel. Consumers and Dealers wiU
nod it to their adrantage to examine my stock
befose purchasing elsewhere. mris-ly
6K A OOAPEBDAy- Agentawant
$5 W SU ed. AU claa.es of work,
log people ol either sex, yoong or old, mako
more money at work for ua In their spare mo
menta or all the time, than at anrthlnff elsa.
l AddSk??S80J' " Pwt,",,
Arrival in Paris of the Ameri
Davis on His
The Pope's Health is Better.
Rome, June G.
The Pope was able to celebrate
mass yesterday, and subsequently
walked to his library. He is very
feeble, but the fever has left him.
Madrid, June G.
Three hundred convicts who were
engaged in the Iutransigente rebel
lion at Carthagenia have been em
barked on the Spanish steamer
Oron, to be taken back to Spain.
Over $200,000 worth of money and
other plunder was found in their
London, June 5.
The House of Commons, by a
vote of 161 against 120, adopted the
proposition of the government that
public houses in this city shall be
kept open week days from 7 o'clock
in the morniug until 12:30 at night;
and by a vote of 382 against 42 ap
proved the government's proposal
that such houses be open same days
in towns having over 2,500 popula
tion from 7 in the morning to 11 in
the evening, and in towns with
less population from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Mr. Disraeli announced, in order
to correct the misapprehension that
this Avould lie a short session, that
seven bills ot extraordinary impor
tance were to be presented to par
liament, and would be Introduced
at an early day ; that if the mem
bers fritted away time, the session
instead of being short would be un
The annual race for the Oaks
Stake was run on theEnsom Downs
to-day, and was won by Mr. Loud
ne's Apology, Mr. Lefar's MissTato
being second, and Mr. East's Lady
Jefferson Davis sailed on yester
day for the United States in the
The weather throughout England
is very fair, but unfavorable to crops.
The rate of discount in the open
market for three months bills is 2
per cent, whicli is J below the bank
Paris, June 6.
The American pilgrims yesterday
went in procession to the Grotto of
our Lady of Lou riles. They carried
an American flag. Large crowds
witnessed the proce.viion, and salu
ted the pilgrims with loud cheers, as
they passed tho sacred banner
which the pilgrims brought from
America, anil which was presented
at the shrine. At the close of the
ceremonies, the pilgrims proceeded
to Marsailles. They go from theneo
to Civitia Vecchia, by stearn All
are In good hoaltli.
In the Assembly to-daj-, M. Bal
bie, reporter of the committee of
thirty, submitted a proposal, reduc
ing the number or deputies from
Algeria to three.
M. Cheveau, a Bonarparl'st, has
been nominated fr the Assembly
The Left have organized a pamph
let campaign against Bouapa.rtists.
Documents warning people against
the designs of opposing the sophi
tries and recounting the fatal histo
ry of the Imperialist party be thor
oughly circulated in Paris and the
Duke DeCascs to-day had a con
ference with the committee of the
Assembly on a postal convention
with the United States. He says
the arrangement under considera
tion was only to serve as a transi
tion to a more liberal system, which
he embraced in an additional con
vention, to ho hereafter submitted.
AUi AIIOUTTIIKWATKR WOUKS
The central city cf U,e West
Quite proud oi late has grown,
Aod feels it can no longer wait
A goo I sized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reserT)r
Upon their highest hill.
We read in the days of Noali
Thit waterworks were tried;
The trouble was tt ey had no sewers,
And so the peoi'lo died.
Let ua then remember
If water worWjwe try.
To put in sewers good and strong.
And make our street j quite dry
And when the thing is dot. t
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody In the town
Will bay their hats of llunce.
For all new styles that row are out,
Some fifty kinds or icprp,
You'll fipd thctu cheap at Sunce's'
Famous New York store.
asStreeet. - ..est.ADoug-
. '- l' mchSCtf
MAS.FACIORKB OF ASD DKaLlCE IX-
Lambrcfnz'us and Window Shades,
CHR0M0S, EXGRATINHS AXD
S70 Farnham street, corner Fifteenth
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
tta-Ohlest iiracticln? IVntLslJ lu the city
ii. oar be.
C J. KAEEACU.
GRERE & KARBACH,
lSlh st. Lctwcen Farnham and. srney sis.
(MIAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES ASD CAIUlltGKS.
Dealers in and manufacturers ol
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
sVCrpalring cl wagons and blacksmltbtag
promptly done at reasonable prices ej rdlwCm
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BP.IGGS' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wood $7 00; Soft $5 00. Store Wood to sett
any number ol store Terr cheap. apIStl
L VAN CAMP M.D.
Dispenses his own meddnes. and beaidet
regular practise, make speelaUti of Derange
accta and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, PUee and other Disease o! the Rectum.
Ofstck and Residence, Corner Farnham aad
ltth Streets, first door to the richt, op stairs
OMta,Kb, AddreH Leek Box 04.
Ladies' Ready-Made Suits
To make more room for our stock of specialties, viz
EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS.
We have concluded to close out our READY-MADE SUITS at the following reduced prices:
IK T nAi Ct,-4- :j.r. co- j. - - , . . Fvnncr Pricc.1.
j.o Ajauicaouitb wiui
5 Percale Wrappers, at J
. f"6 Good'i,are
ieeiijiltts. :r,:e:m::n a tttv?.
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLAOTS.
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also TELTET & BEATEK CL0AKIXGS
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
LADIES' 3NT:d 0II,im.BKr,a '
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED QOODS
TABLE 1IXEX IX CUE.VT TAMEiy. A FULL Ui 0P
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CWJ, MTTINe RD6S( m
CHEAPER LAJST THE OIKEA :FTi!f5T
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
ttot otSSF nertainins: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock and rin
PBTr?ir?iomple aPen! o FINE, MEDIUM fnT LOW
pt?t$It S?ds' wliiciL lie is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of evenr one desMm
anything in this line, to examine his stock before pichSs?
P AHLOH ETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AUB
K. T sndFARXHAM.
Schneider & Eurmester
riX, COPPER AND SHEET IR0X
WAP.E. DEALEB3 IN
Cooking? and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Clattering dori
abort notice and 1c lite beat manlier,
ilteen treet upvti d
City Meat Market.
Kpep cout tantly on uand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
oiiiri ana polonaise,
a11 new and bought from the manufacturer for Cash
"" l0t f rcn,nant' ad Goods slightly soiled, to be sold at
Cor. 14th. and rarnfcam Sta., Omaha. Nmh.
FAXiTj STOCK:, 1873 !
w jumxxaxm i.U UXLUrdtC.
DRAPER & TAILOR
-HV DEALER IJT
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
l-uil Assorlmcntof Imported Wooleas.
A,0Civcu . oust deceived!
1:0 BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PBICES !
REFITTED WMHOUT EXTKA CHARGE ! !
.1 iiwi i-r anQiTTAri
C. F. HZCZMA2T, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Harney Street,
Farnham St. Hoax
a. andZFurnisliing Goods
$ 4,00 $ 5,50
- xx s
AU Work Warranted.
SUITS I SUITS !
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