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OMAHA. TUESDAY MORNING. TONE 9, 1874.
i NO- 299.
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Oce ropy, one year. In adTsnce.
" six month. In adrani
aWII not pail In ad ranee, W peranauaa wiU
LEADING HATTER !
Grand Crritr 1 Hotel. I
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORT.
McClure 4 fcinith. 1S3 llarney street.
11th and lath, dec
QLA83 AHD PICTURE P3?ME8.
JBeinhart, 13-3 Dou-Us street, dealer In
.window glass and picture tram a. (ilazlng
done to order. aJJtl
B00T3 AED SH023.
Philip La"S. 155 F arabaiu st, between 10th
HL. latey, corner Utb and Douglas street,
minufcturer and wholesale de'er in
caiidVs and conleOloncrr. Country trade so
Flsnd A Elliot, coil, litoe, cemen tbalr ftc.,
131 Farnbam st. leulSmS
J A. Eaier, druggist, corner 12th and Vtx
Tt f Elgutter, No. 200 Farnham st. It"tf
Anew laundry opened at 511 Hth St., bet
FarnUam and Douglas. 'I be wuliing and
ironing will be done to order, flrsi eut wurk
Lehman & Beard, houe and sign painter,
loth at. bet. Farnham and Harney. aSStl
t.i tv.n Worts. Powel' & Co, still
r i-inn their Pienluni Soap.
arst urcmluins awarded tf the Dpug!a com
and State lairs, and Rttwattamje county,
Orders solicited uom u ujuo.
n. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creation Block, OmaUa, Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney al Counselor at Lair.
OFFICE Eoom B VUacter'a Block.
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
0FFI0k.0 Fiwt latlonal Baak,
Attorney at Law
,l 5031-2 THIRTBESTH STREET. OMAHA
s26 lin -
;. BALDWIS Jt O'BSIEV.
Y OOco-CildweU Block, Douglas Street,
1 ' .OMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA.
g I e 2tl
1 JOHN c. con IN,
i". A'ttornoy, Bolioitor
V AND COUNSELOR.
"T OFFICE-CEEIQHTON'S BLOCX,
V' OMAUA, KCBBASKA.
T. W. T- Richards,
Attorney at Law,
Oatce 510 13th St., bet. Farakak
aad Deaglas, Oaaaa, Heh.
T 0. Box 80 ua-iiti
D. H. BALLO
ED. B. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Ojsbton' new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - KE.
SAVAGE k MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
312 FARNHAM STREAT.
jianw.si'1"! I Omaha, Nebraska.
If. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORNEY ASD COUNSELLOR AT
No. 2o0 FarahMi Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Room 9, Visscher's Block,
a. S. SPAUS.
wto. K. rSUTCHETT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys lad CwtaselM at Law.
O&ce, SOS Twelfth Street.
. Ik TUt ana. Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttorney - , - Xat av
SEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
JUBS tC 1UCI.I.KT.
Attornev 1 Counselor at Law
0r-m2,reigktcmm8ek,l . 0K1IAi
Oar. 15th aaiiJougiai EH. J .
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED ANDPBOMPT
ly attended to. No chara nnleaa collec
tions are made. House to Jet and reate tol
ected. Real estate boufht and "old. 17U
We J. CONNELI
fjrkt Attorney toe Siena Jac-
OFUCS South aide of Farnhaas, between
15th mv 1 1Stb M., oppealta Court Uomm.
The only bills the editorial ex
cursionists -will be compelled to
liquidate between Omaha and St
Paul will be the bills presented by
Couxcix Bluffs invested $1,850
in working up the defunct bridge
bill, and now the simpletons over
the river -wonder why the bill only
received twenty-seven votes In the
Some of the members of the Re
publicauExecutive Committee have
already arrived. They have heard
that Pat O'Hawes had collected
$2000 for the Committee from the
Washington Board of Public Works.
Secretary Bbistow bristles up
and declares that he will stand by
President Grant's financial policy
even if it has to sacrifice all of his
wife's relations, of which saoTcatas
trophy there is, however, no very
The plainest talk with President
Dillon is a reference to the written
contract between Omaha and the
Union Pacific, with the further
plain remark that it is high time
the Union Pacific should fulfil her
part of the compact.
Another interesting essay
horticulture from the facile pen of
Mr. J. Sterling Morton, will soon
appear under appropriate sensation
head lines in the Omaha Herald.
It will be devoted exclusively to the
German element, with a view to
Senatorial possibilities. The title.
How I raise and plant cabbages,
Doctor Johnson says he does
not know how it was himself. He
had heard Elder Shinu and othei;
exhorters without getting excited,
but when Sister Van Cott chucked
him gently under the chin, he was
completely overcome by the weight
of religious emotion. He followed
her to the mourner's beneh with the
mental reservation that he would
glvo up the Elysian garden just as
soon as Judge Dudly is elected to
the State Senate.
Col. Noteware distributed among
his friends last spring, packages of
"Italian flower seed, selected with
an especial view toie adaptability
of our soil and climate," The edi
tor's wife was one of the lucky lit
tle ladies who recieved a package,
and planted the door yard full of
those Italian flower seeds and
watched tliem as only a woman can
watch to see the first leaf come forjh,
Well, they came in due time. Those
in the diamond shaped bed turned
out to bo radjsbas. Then we laugh
ed at thecoiucjdent; but when those
in the circular bed divulged jnio
white beans the thing was not quite
so funny, and when those in the
rows along the walk showed unmis
takable evidence of being onions,
our better half cot furious, and said
some discouraging things about the
Honorable State Superintendent of
Immigation, but yesterday it as
sumed a gloomier aspect if pos-sibhv-when
an expert pronounced
the remaining bed to contain noth
ing but rutabagas, pauHflower, and
cabbages. The Colonel once bad a
warm friend in the person of our
better half, but the jig is up no
No United States Senate for you,
Colonel. You might as well give up
the chase. Your political goose is
cooked. A man that oan't distin
guish flower seeds from "garden
sass" can never represent the
Grangers of Nebraska anywhere.
This is just what some people
have all along suspected. The Ad
jutant General of Nebraska admits
that he does not know beans. He is
a leading Granger, and yet he does
not Jsnow a cabbage from a pump
kin, untjl after they have sprouted
out of the ground. Such profound
Ignorance fa indeed lamentable, in
the midst of so much undeveloped
horticultural intelligence. What
will Governor Furnas say now?
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and Rents' furjlY
of prices at
m i M-3 1
Pt n r 1 1 -i a ?
chevoit shirts of our own
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthelmer,
Broker, at 296 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Fledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and Leavenworth sta ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladiek' and Gents' straw lists, trim
wrd nd untrimined. Parasols. Piques, Mar
Netnsooss and all kinds of lrr Goods,
Ladies' and tittti' Boots, etc My line of Dry
Goods is Compl
am able to UN
lew tfliips omj lor uisu, i
"Mr other Dealer In
Our PRICES are LOWEttlhsn erer
heard U before.
MJTICGTO TAX-PA YKaW.
The City Council will be In tenlon s a Board
of EqualixaUonat the Council CLatnber In the
City of Omaha, on Tuesday. wwjdar nd
Thurslay, the 9lh, 10th and lltb days of June.
Inst., from the hours of 9 a. ui. to '. m., and
Irom 1 p. in. to p. m. of each day. for the
purpose of equalising the tJty Asse sment and
eorrectirg any and all errors comp'alned of In
theCjty Assessment; and all persons Interested
are heby notfflsd to arp ar then aud there
with tbelr compUiD". U any, in writing, as
this is tha last opportunity j.rorW T "tJ
Charter lor ui.b corrections.
By Order ol the City Council LupLnWj
1H 3t- City Clerk.
YAH DORM'S jiUCHINif
Skw 4ssLL a9
AU kinds ol light and neaTy
MACHINERY MADE k REPAIRED.
tm'AU Worb QuaranUtdrt.
M SAaVaTET 8T2EET, - OMAHA.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AK:. CARRIAGE TRDaKER,
S. S74 FarmkaJBi at. kel. 15th 1M.
A IX orders and resalriaf promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarramttM.
aWCaah paid lor tudes. antSyl
Specially Reported far the Omai Daily Bee,
It tli Atlaatlo Faclfio Tslrapl Oo.
Washington, June 8.
Mr. Pratt made a report from the
conference on disagreeing of rates
of the House on the pension bill ;
Also a bill to increase the pensions
of soldiers and sailors lately disa
bled; agreed to.
Logan called up the House bill
authorizing the First National Bank
of Serea, 111., to change the name ;
- The Senate bill, reported firom the
judiciary committee with amend
ments, authorizing circuit judges to
appoint the time of holding district
or circuit court, and to designate the
district judge to attend and hold
court in a district not his own, was
The bill for the better organization
of district courts in Louisiana, was
passed 34 to 10.
Mr. Buckingham, from the Co -nvrce
committee reported favorably
on the new bill to establish Life
Saving Institutions on the sea and
land coast of the United States;
placed on the calendar.
The bill pending for the collection
of the money due the United States
from the Pacific railroad company,
was placed on the calendar.
Mr. Boutwell from the committee
of Commerce reported favorably on
a bill for a bridge across the Mississ
ippi at LaCrosse; placed on the cal
endar. The House fixed the time for the
re-election of representatives from
Pennsylvania to the 44th Congress
The morning hour having expired
the chair called up the unfinished
business, being the bill providing
for the sales of extra copies of pub
lic documents and the distribution
thereof. Mr. Merriman ottered
an amendment authorizing mem
bers and Senators to frank docu
ments now apportioned them by
law- Mr. Sherman said as the bill
could not pass without debate, he
moved to lay it aside.
Mr. Logan asked that Wednes
day next, after the expiration of the
morning hour, be devoted toihecon
sidemtion of bills from "the commit
tee on military affairs. Agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Sherman, the
moiety bill was taken up. Mr. Bay
ard objected to an amendment, au
thorizing the United States to exam
ine the books.
Mr. Scott thought that no honest
merchant would object to the pro
vision. The committee had the ob
ject of preventing the recurrence of
cases like that pf Dodge & Co., and
simultaneously provMfi tliat $ jppos
ters could not evado gdvernnieut
Mr. Sherman agreed that the
amendment of vital importance. It
didn't Jmpose on the rights of citi
zens nor compel self animation, but
only protected the government.
Mr. Boutwell said he still adhered
to the opinion expressed four years
ago against the moiety system. He
would support the proposed section.
Wjth rega'nl to the pasp of Phelps &
Dodire he had no iii'a'imient to ex
press, but would advise Dodge io' go
int0 court where his testimony
could be heard, and if it appeared
he violated the law unintentionally
the secretary of the treasury could
remit the fine. He didn't believe
Dodge was responsible, but there
was a mystery connected with the
transactions of the firm. The
.mn,wlmnn) ..ran n.il Ofi Ol
Messrs. Ogfesby, Wrjgbt, Eratt and
ocoix young yw , pmwuvh, vauuru,
and Cameron nay.
The fourth section, providing that
no informer shall receive pay In
cases wherein judicial proceedings
have been instituted, unless his
claims are duly recognized and cer
tified, was passed after discussion.
The chair appointed Messrs. Sar
gent, Morrill, (Me.) and Kelly, as
a conference committee on the de
ficiency appropriation bill. The
House bill providing for the publi
cation of the revised statutes of the
United States was passed. The
moiety bill pending aud the Senate
Bill were jiitrojlucpd and referred,
including oiip by"$fr. Honor, to
abolish the western district of Ar
kansas. Mr. Starkweather moved to in
crease the revenue and restrain
gambling by Imposing 20 per cent,
on sales of stock, gold, etc.
jur. Scott, irom the finance com
tittee, reported a substitute for the
House bill to authorize medals com
memorating the one hundredth anT
nlversary of the first meeting of the
Continental Congress and the Dec.
laratlon of Independence ; passed.
The following Republicans voted
on a motion to take the civil rights
bill from the table: Brownberg,
Butler, of Tenn., Harrison, of Tenn.,
Houghton, Lowndes, Phelps, Sener,
Smith, of North Carolina, Strait,
Stanard, Thomas, of Virginia, and
Thonjburg. of Tenn.
iu. uanoKie, or inp committee on
military affairs, reported a bill" rela
ting to bounties. It proposes to pay
all the rank and file who served
faithfully in the army, Including
those borne on the rolls as slave?,
$8.33 J per month for the whole time
of service. The House refused 80
The House then took up the Louis
iana contested election case of Sher
idan and Plncfrbflck.
8peecbe favoring the majority
report were made by Messrs. omfth,
of New York, and Sylpher and Mr.
Iamar against The latter said the
internal of the Republican party
were certainly -not Wwtjflpd. with
the maintenance of the &Orcaled
government in Louisiana or other
kindred establishments In southern
States; no party could, endure the
infamy and disgrace of those gro
tesque oarricatures of government.
The result cf the war established
the indlssolubiilty of the American
Union and the universality of
American freedom, but the north
was not satisfied and Congress
passed measures of reconstruction
that sunk down deep into the south
ern soul and heart, and the south
em people considered secession
eliminated from the American
system of slavery, was dead
without hope and that the
south could not identify rtae in
treats of the country with an In
stitution which stand antagonistic
to all elements of, In the living
force of modern civilizattea, (ap
plause.) They regarded the last
CC-nsUtuDopai amendments wviol-
able ? "W ynknow aocumfou
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Kemptviixe, Ont., June 8.
A tornado covering a width of
250 feet passed over this place yes
terday afternoon, severly injuring
two persons and damaging property
to the amount of $250,000.
Madrid, June 8.
Advices to tne Government just
received state that the Carlist army
in Arragon under Don Alfonso has
been defeated with considerable loss,
while the loss sustained by the Gov
ernment troops was slight. The
news creates great excitement here.
New York, June 8.
The fire this morning in Phillip
Wellers glass shade establishment,
50 Barclav street, damaired the
stock$5,000, and thebullding$l,000";
ooui insured. ne ure onginuicu
by spontaneous combustion in tho
damp hay in which the glass was
Newark, N. J., June 8.
The steamer Matte wan, from
Keyport, N. J., ran into a White
Line steamship near Fort Lafayette
this morning. The cause of the ac
cident was owing to a fog which
prevailed. The Mattewan was bad
ly damaged, but the other was un
injured. Nobody hurt.
Portsmouth, June S.
The steamer Faraday, with the
new Atlantic cable, has been sited
oft the shore from Portsmouth, and
was boarded by a pilot early this
morning, at which time it had about
four miles of cable to lay. Tne em
bassador has not yet arrived.
ev fcORK, June 8.
The Tribune is authorUy'for the
statement that Wall streetis to have
another sensation in the shape of a
litigation between John Stewart and
Com. Vanderbllt, growing out of
stock and money operations, where
in the former claims tjiat the latter
is indebted to him to a considerable
amount. The trouble originated in
the famous Vanderbilt-Erie litiga
tion, when Gould, Fisk and Drew
moved to New Jersey.
The Swatara has not yet sailed,
in consequenco of the fog which lies
thick over the city and harbor.
Communists here will tender a ban
quet to Grousset and Jourdan,Koche
The Herald commenting on pres
ident Grant's" memorandum on' cur
rency, praises his boldness and wis
dom and thinks that Congress at its
next session will be compelled to ac
cept the financial policy of the
President in order to save the Re
S. H. Melville, shareholder in the
Morgan Improvement Company,
instituted suit against A. Carnagie,
stockholder of the same company,
"Vy. H. Osborne, of the Illinois Cen
tra, road, Mot-ton, Bliss & Co.. New
York, and Morton Roscoo, London,
to recover $430,000 ami interest,
which he charges defendants with
withholding from the proceeds of
the sale of $2,000,000 worth of Gil
man, Clinton & Springfield railroad
A letter from Hon. Thurlow Weed
published to-day, reviews the Presir
dent's memorandum on the finan
ces, and disapproves of his hostility
to small bills! '
Mr. Weed thinks what the Amer
ican people require is a mixed cur
rency, consisting of coin and paper;
the latter properly restricted, and
convertible at all times and places
into gold and silver.
A Times special says the President
will nominate Thomas C. Cox, of
Georgetown, D. C.,to succeed Asst.
ashington, June 8.
In the House Starkweather Intro
duced a bill to Increase the revenue
and restrain stock gambling; Par
ker, providing for tho better organi
zation of the registered Jettpr sys
tem; Townsend, a joint resolution
providing for the erection of a pier
at Westchester, Penn.t also the fol
lowing : Senate bill abolishing the
western judicial district of Arkansas;
amending the act in relation to
Marshal's fees in United States Dis-
ttict Courts ; for the relief of owners
of lands sold for direct taxes in m-
surrectlonery states; Imposing tax
on sparkling wines manufactured
by certain processes; and an act
amending section 23, of the national
Mr. Stanford Introduced a resolu
tion requesting the' Secretary of
War to order an Inspection with re
spect to the utilization of water
power in the Louisville and Port
The bill passed providing for the
publication of the revised statutes
of thp United. States,
In tlie Senate Thurnisn prpsented
a a resolution favoring the le
ciproeity with Canada. Referred
to the finance committee.
Mr. Scott presented a remon
strance of tho tobaccaT manufactur
ers of Philadelphia against the pro
visions in tho tariff bill concerning
A bill was passed providing de
vices for the commemoration and
centennial and declaration of inde
pendence, to be struck at the mint
ior centennial uoaru or nnancc.
Orders have been issued to Van
derbllt, the appointment clerk, to
cancel the appointment of a dozen
or more female clerks, who have
been put on the rolls of the depart
ment by Assistant Secretary Saw
yer to please members of congress,
and who have drawn their pay for
several months without rendering
service to the Government.
It is also rumored that the young
man Vanderbllt himself, wuo is
currently reported us mixing up In
government jobs will soon be re
moved. Sirtaiy Bestow is doing 'finely
jn tne Treasury Departpient. He
has a difficult task to perform, in
restoring omong ojs subordinates
the sense of responsibility and the
recognition of authority which tliey
had almost wholly lost under his
predecessor, yet he has already ac
complished a great deal in this di
rection. Every official who has
como in contact with him has been
made to feel the new spirit which
govern the department.
Only a few months ago Mr Archf-
tect if ullett, told his superior, Mr.
Richardson, to go to the devil, and
used some other language, In ex
pressing nis contempt lor mat au
thority, when the feeble secretary
unuertooK to call mm to account.
Day before yesterday he was
ordered to produce full evidence to
the secretary Jn reference to the
action which he desired. Mr. Bris
tow furthermore ordered him, in
future, when making requisitions for
J l X AM...1.ttt. tl .o . 1A nn
iue purpose iiu mtu n niuwuc .j-
plied, and the-section of law which
authorized such application of the
public funds. Mullett demurred at
tills, and was about to interpose
objection to such a proceeding. His
mouth was "instantly closed-by the
new Secretary, telling him that
hereafter even- official 'in the de-
' partment was to be responsible to
him alone, and that the one man
in the treasury department, who
proposed to bo responsible" to the
President, and the people, for the
management of the treasury, was
named Dristow. Mullett retired.
. Bosion, June 8.
A special from Newport, R. I.,
says in a fog this morning, between
Block Island and Point Judith, the
steamer Providence, of the Fall
River Line, came in collision with
the schooner J. D. Hart, from Phil
adelphiaj wltli coal or xP.ortsmouth.
Th"e latterV crew, save those on
watclijvere'in. their, births, Aand
but three o'f "Uie'inhadlhe presence,
of mind to jump on board the steam
er, believing their.vessel,tQ be sink
ing. The" captain and one sailor
were left on board, and, as quick as
lightning, both vessels separated
from each other, on account of the
fog. A small boat was immediate
ly pushed off from the steamer to
search for the schooner, and in
about two hours were successful, to
the joy of tho remainder of
tho crew, who believed their com
rades to have been lost, together
with the vessel. To the astonish
ment of everybody, the vessel was
apparently tight, and tho only In
jury received was the carrying away
of her bowsprit, and a portion
of her mainsail and jib. The Cap
tain, however, was found on deck,
insensible, having been seriously
iujured by the collision. Bis son
was of the number who had jumped
on board the steamer.
New York, June S.
Tho United States steamer Swa
tara, with scientists on board; who
go out to observe the transit of
Venus, sailed yesterday.4
New York, Juno 8.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany has received the following
from Yokohama, Japan, dated June
8 j The steamship .Granada arrived
here June Gth from San Francisco,
beating the opposition steamer Vas
co de Gama six hours. Both ves
sels had heavy weather and head
seas the entire passage.
KARKETS BY TEJ.EGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, June S.
Money -Easy at 23 per cent,
with free ollerlngs.
Exchange Nominal at 4SS1
490t. . . iU
Gold 1 10$. O
Government Bonds Active, but
Stato Bonds Qujpt,-
Stocks Active and strong, Erie
declined one per cent.; Lake Shore,
W U and P M len the market at 1
o'clock. Erie 31; Panama 10GI:
UP25; AV U72' "'
New York Produce" Market.
New York, June S.
Flour Quiet; super, Statp and
Western, 5 005 50 ; extra, 5 90(S
G 40. '
Wheat 1 to 2e lower; spring,
1 491 51; No 2 ChIcago,l 44 asked;
No 2 Milwaukee spring, 1 49 asked.
Corn lc better; Western mixed
Oats Heavy; Western mixed,
Rye Nominal; 1 101 12.
Pork Old Mess 16 5610 75: new
17 95 18 00.
Beef Plain uew mess, 10 00
i- uu; extra, la uur)i-t ou.
Bacon Short ribs, lOalO',;
Por.k Dressed hogs, 7Ja7,
Lard Hall 1-rt.
Leather Quiet and firm.
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, June 8.
Flour Dull; nominally unchang
ed. Wheat Dull; prices unchanged;
"No. 1 lcI221; No. 1 1919J;
closed nominally a"t 1 101 cash or
Com Active, firm and a shade
higher; high mixed sold at 5858J;
No -2, 5758J; ca-h, 5758, clos
ed, 55; June, 575J8; July rejec
Oats Easier, and a shade lower;
No 2, 4445J; closed at ipsido
Bye Easier and lower; No 2, 85.
Barley Nominal; 1 251 40.
Pork Steady for cash, lower for
options; cash, 17 GO; June, 17 55
Lard 10 00.
Bulk Meats Steady; Bhoulders,
6GJ; short rib?, 9J; clear, 9J.
Butter Steady, 1520.
Eggs Firm; 1213.
Whisky Steady; 95.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 8,
Wheat Spring higher; No. 2
Chicago, 1 11; winter firm, No 3,
rod 1 25
Corn Inactive; No 2 mixed, 54
50; on track, 5G 5GJ ; June 57
Flour Quiet, weak, unsettled.
Oats Firm, No 2, at 45 for east
"Rye Dull; 90.
Whisky Higher at AG.
Pork Firmer at 18 00.
, Bulk meats Firm and quiet.
Lard Firm; good lie.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 8.
Cattle Receipts, 3,400. Market
fairly active and higher; fair to
choice steers, 5 50G00; extra steers,
G 056 20 ; Texans, 3 255 50.
RorsHeceints, 12,000. Market
Market quiet and a shade higher for
'the best glides;, others dull; in
ferior to extra, 4 G55 85 ; bulk of
sales at 5 255 Oo.
steady; 5 506o0.
June; 1 1717f July; closed 1 17 j;
August 1 12; No. 3 held at 1 14; re
jected 1 05; No. 2 N. W. 1 27i,
WBOtXSXIXXXOtStXll. DE1LES I?f
fURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC,
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Otg-OIilcst iracticinTntWts iutheolty
DRs A. S. BILLINGS,
834 I.rxxiL.xxa. St..
Bet. 13th and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by useol ni
trous Oxide Uas.
-Office open atall hour eutl
ITew Moat Market-
SPAUI,IIG & JOUltDAX.
14th St. Bet, Farnliam tnd Harney,
mcbl5-2m Oppo ite the Grand Central
MK8. J. K. VANDKRCOOIC
Residence and office 250 .Dodge st bet 11th and
Special attention paid to'obstetr!c3 and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. Btf.
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
.Patent "Wteels, Pishhcd Geiring, &c.
Axles, Springs and Thimble Skeius,
Carriages, Hacks ana Buggies.
CARRIAGE, BUGGY and WAGOX
N. E. CORNER of 14tU and HARNEY STS,
WOULD reipectfully announce to the pub
lic that he U now ready to fill all con
tracts in the above Hue3 with neatuess and
W"i:xpress wagjns constantly on hand and
JOHN U. GREEN,
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
PRITZ HAFUER, Prop'r.
No. lTODouRlaStrret, corner 11th, Ora hi,
Nebraska. Board Ly the day or weet.
June 1, yl
Fivx-Ti Ta txaxx Sroot
Tctwecn Sth aal 10t!i.
CIIAIU.KS FtIpEU3IA2f, Prop.
Justice of the Peace
Office over tlio State Rank, corner f Tam
tam and 13th streets. jc 1
MltF. K. II. PAUIE1C,
Rooms, 252 Douglasot. near 15 h, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and irlllgu rantee satisfaction in all
Cuttlns anil Filling a Specially.
O I G- -A. IR, S,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers' Articles. 183 DOUG
LAS ST., OMAHA, NEB, Opposite Metro
politan Hotel. Consumers and Dealers will
tinil itto their advantage to examine my stock
befoso jiurcuaains elsew here. myl5-ly
C. 7; SAMACTST,
171 Cor. Varnham and Klerenth Sta.
All kinds of TAILORING, Clcanlnc and re
pslrlnK done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS consianUy on hand
and sold cheap. -lecOU!
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnih HY
DRAULIC CEMENT.of the rery best quality,
andlnanyquantlty.eitherat the factory, which
is located at Beatrice.Neb., or at the I'll works
In Omaha The v also are prepared tn furnish
all kinds ofCfcMENT PIPING forSEWEI'.AGE.
DRAINAGE, ETC, Also manufacture all
stvles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED STATE3
' WOP.DERS FROM DEALEr.S RESPECT
beatrice hydraulic cement
it PIPE CO.
OMAJLA. - - NEBRASKA.
& mI TiT O. 3D; T O 3J" 33 1
-KA' FACTCBEB Or AMD DiEALKK I.T-
Lambrcquins and Window Shades,
C1IR0M0S, ENORAYINUS AND
170 Farnham street. corner Fifteenth
fcTOUlAlll dz llL'llLatUr,
Market Gardners !
ALL KIND3 OF VEGETAIiLES AND
plants, tor sale. Orders addressed to us
at oar garden
Cor. 21st and Paul Streets,
Will recelre prompt attention. spl5d3m
Wood! Wood! Wood!
T S. P. BRIGGS'
YARD, CORNER OF
Chicago Streets. Good Hard
,tt S5 03. Store Wood to uJt
anr number of stote Tery eliesp. apiatl
Slspensca his orn meddnei. and betides
rerulir practice, makes specialities of Derange
ments asd Diseases Peculiar to Vomen, Fiatn.
la. Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Ojuci and Residence, Corner Farnham and
11th btreeta, first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha, Nab. Addreaa Lock Box 04.
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET,
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SIF:R,I2sr3- A.HsnD STJMMBR SEAS02ST
Is Complete now; Onr Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises th. latest ITovsltios.
THE IiATEST ST"2XES 1ST EATS A1T3D CAPS
llare also a Full line in EOT'S anil
WE WILL SELL
T,T, STOCK, 1873 I
E. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
AND XIa GLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
. sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTH!, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MGIIAIUS, also YELYET & BEATER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF S3AWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEN IN GREAT VARIETY, A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HATTING RUBS, AND HATS
c:k:ea:f:e:r, rnttJLisr tzhue ottth a TOTnalr.
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
SPA- TrYfej13 perteininfif to the FURNITURE and TJP
HOLSTERY trade; lias largely increased his stock and now
has a .complete assortment pi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
gglGED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everv one de irW
anything m this line, to examine his stock before pxxxohas?
P ARLOE:SET5, LOXnTGES &c.v UPHOLSTERED"ASf5
COVERED TO ORDER.
3Q3 E'ra.xTtxla.gi.'oa. Streot. OxxxtxL.
GS.OCE HIE s,
&c, &c, Ac
K: T eitUPAIlXnAM.
SclmeiUcr & Burmester
HN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WABE. D.EALEB3 IN
Cooking and Ileatlng Siotcs.
Tin KooSng, Spouting and G uttering don
short notice and
lc tee best manner.
City Meat Market.
Kfop constantly on hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Fine and Medium
M. HELLMA.N &
-AND DEALEr.3- IN-
. , v.vnil 1MJJ
OTJRG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M..HELLMAN & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JZ'l&&X'a&, 04 llllljUJl
AND DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING JG00DS.
l-'nU Assortmentof Imporlctl Woolens.
Just Received !
G. F. HICKMA1T, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Haraey Street, "-
g and Summer Styles.
A. POL ACK,
Farnliara St. Hear
COR. 13TH ST-
AU Work arraateiL
- OmaOaa, Wrt.
SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received !
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