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DAILY BEE
VOL. IV. OMAHA MONDAY MORNING AUG-UST 24 , 1874. NO. 56.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWABD BOSEWATEB , Editor and Prop'r.
Office So. 138 Farnliain Direct , t * t r.
KtnUi nnd Tenth.
TERMS OF
One copy , one year , n ad nce.
six month * . In adrsnce - -
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V If not ald in adTanc. , J8 per annum will
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FREDERICK ,
LEADING HATTER !
Best Goods ,
LOWESTFHXCSS
FarnldaxuSt *
OMAHA.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
CEAOKEB MANDFAOVOBY.
t-'mlth , 185 Jlarner street , bet.
McUureA 12th. decliU
QLA83 AND PICTURE FR M S.
T Kelnh rt. 186 Pou l.is street , dealei In
J .window glass aud pluure Iraind , Olailoj
done to order. 2"
BOOTS AITD SHOES.
Ling. 153 FarnUam it , between 10th
Philip ! . r M Tl
COKFEOTIONFBY.
. Iaty , corner 12th and Douglxi streets ,
. manufacturer and wholesale deiler in
and sand confectionery. Country tn-de so-
llcctcd. "PlH
, COA DSALEH8
i 'aiL.t , coal , lime , cemen tlialr etc. .
Poland Farnham St. fel.lfmS
FAWN BaOKEP.
F Elgnttar , No. 200 FarnLaia st.
IAUHDBY.
laiiDdrr opened at oil llth St. , * rt.
Anew . . i-od Douiilas. The viuWr.f and
Ironing will be done to nlcr. first class work
B'J-P ' "AOTOBY .
TJr'znluin Soap Woris , Powel' ' 4 * > , still
J7 manu'actire tbelr Premium Soap. Fir *
flrst premium rawarded by the Lougla county
and State fairs , and PottawattamU county , la.
Orders Boll'-Hed Irom the trade
ATIOBHEIS.
E. F. SJHTTHE. G. C. GBAVES.
SMYTHE & GRAVES ,
Attorneys -atplia'
Room 5 Creighton Block.
E. ESTABUOJK. Y. M. FKANOrS
ESTABROOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creitfiton Block , Omaha , Neb.
aicn21lf
DEXTER L THOMAS ,
Attorney and" Counselor at Law.
07FIOE Boom Ho VLucher' * Block.
NEB
OMAHA - - -
JOHN W. LTTLE ,
Attoraeyat-Lnir and So'Icitor In
Eqaltj.
-Orer Flrrt BitloMl Bank ,
mal-tf
W. J. CONNELL ,
AND
Attorney tor Second Jud
icial District.
OFUCS South aide of Farnham , betvMD
15th an I6tb ata. , opioolte Court Uotua.
PAKKE GODWIN ,
Attorney at Law *
( Ilsllmsu BKek , )
OO THIETEBKTH STREET. OMAHA
K251m
A. BiLDWIS _ IO. M. O'BBIEK.
fc O'DRIESf ,
ATTOENEYS LAW
Office Caldwcil Block , 'Douglas Ptreet , I
OUAHA , - NEBRASKA.
JOIJN E.
Attorne 1 CounseloratLaw
/ OLLECTIOKS SOLICITED AXD rnOMPT-
\l ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are oadc. Houses to let and real * col *
ected. Eeal eetaU boueht and sold. ap7U
G. W. AMBROSE ,
JIEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
KEB.
T. W. T. Kicmirds ,
Attorney at Law ,
Office 490 13th St. , bet. Farnhara
and Harnoy Omaha , Xeb.
P' 0. Eoz 60 _ " "
O. BALLOT ! .
ATTORNEY
Office nCrelgbton'sueir block , southeast cor
room , door.
OMAHA. - NEB.
JOHN C. COrtES ,
A-ttorxxoy , Solicitor
COUNSELOR.
OFFICE-CREIQirrON'8 BLOCK ,
OaiAIIA , KEUBASKA.
arttf
3. l SPAUli. * * K-rXITCHin
b SPAUN & PRITCHE'IT ,
Attorneys ind Counselors at Law.
OtEne , 503 Twelf. i fejeet.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE ,
Attorney- - Law
Zoom No. 1 , S. G. Cotner 15th and Donglis Sts ,
OMAHA , - - NEBR.
SAVAGE & MANDERSON ,
Attorneys at Law ,
9C FAESHAII STBEAT.
Nebrtaka
CBAKLK * V
N. J. BURNHAM.
A1TOEXEI AND COU'GjiLLOR AT
LAW ,
Ko. 3 0 Fanham Stntt
OMAHA - NEB ,
v
An indiscnmihate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Famham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
Railroad Hc cti
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 296 Faruham street.
Unredeemed fledges for Sale.
may Iy20
J. MOOREHEAD ,
IDIR/UQ-GKCST
AND FHA.BMACIST ,
Fitter's Block , Bet. California & Webster Eta.
OMAHA , NEB.
riij-niciam Prescrlptlnni carefully
jc2S3iu * cuoinaundnL
DEKTIPTHV.
I&EKTTZSTS ,
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- CPSTAIE3.
Bel. CtH L 14'-h tsO M AI-I A.
ajrii- ; unw < trln rlfc i il < JH In the city
DR. A , S , BILLINGS ,
XxrnIa.a m. St. .
BIM. 1 tb ind Hth , upstairs.
Teftn .nrtttttJ without pnln , by use of M-
trou OxMe < u.
e : : ftr" - eStl
1. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses his o n meJclnes , and besides
n * < ularrnctlce , make * specialities of Oerame-
ments and nimxuea Peculiar to Wouiai , Fistu
la , Piles and ntner DbenstM ol the Kt-ciura.
OrriCB : Corner Farnbsm aud l 'h Mrerta ,
first door to the ri ht v Me' r. K sldenc ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 and nth , next
to Lutheran Church Omaha. ! * ! > . Artilr * s
Lock Box StH.
BIR8. J E.VANUERCOOK.
Eclectic Physician-
Residence and offic * 250 Dodge st bet Hth nnd
15th sts.
Hpeclal attention paid to obstetrics and dli
eite peculiar to women and children. f9t' .
WILLIAM LATEY ,
Cor. 16th aud "Webster Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ol
GROCERIES and
PROVISIONS.
WIJLL.IAM SEXAUEB.
225rwr 'iamfiU t , - Omaha , .Heb
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKK W
FURNITURE , BEDDING , ETC ,
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Justice of the Peace
Office OTM- the 6tat l > pk , corcerof Far
bam au d 13th utreets.
* NOTICE.
To the owners o ! the lands sought bj the City
of Omaha to be condemned for the extentlon of
JPfh street , in said Cltr south Irom its pres-
The updwsl * ned three disinterested Ireeho'd-
ers of the Q.tr ol Omh , appointed br the May
or and Council of said Ohjr Uj a css the dam -ge
to the uiroersof ti.e property Bought to be ta
ken fcr the lenitonut lOIh street in ted tjty'
south from Its prisent terminus , at the north
Hue of lands owned by Cluorgo rrsncis Tram ,
south to C'slellsr Street In S uth Omaha addi
tion. such extentlon 10 be 100 fett in width ,
will on the 5th day of September , A. D. 1874 ,
meet on the said lands to be appropriated , at
ID o'clock In the forenoon , lor the purp se I
ajueWog said damages It fcarlng heietofore
b.en decar ! d ec : nary by the Couucil of said
City by ordinance , tJ appropriate said lands to
the use of. aid CKy.
K. O JENklNSON.
P. McOAVOCK.J
Datal t Ornsha , August Xitli , 1874.
ogIM2tprw tiepta _
CARRIAGE , BUBCT aafi WAGON
MAXDFACTDBER.
N. E. COBNEB ol 14th ana HABNEV UTS ,
respectlully announce to the pub
lic that he Is now ready to fill all con-
jraeta In tha abOTa Urea with neatneu and
dispatch.
aMiTEzpresa wagons oocitactlr on hand and
G , &TBIFFLER
DEALEB IN
G HO CE-RIBS ,
Kim , '
Confect loner j ,
Tobacco ,
Segars ,
8. E. COB. OF , TIHTH wi PABHHAM.
aplHU _ .
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT ,
Fashionable Dressmaking
564 Fourteenth St. ,
eSOSm OMAHA. NKB.
L. WOODWORTH ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
77AGO2T
Wood Stock ,
WAGON HARDWARE ,
Patent TOflflli , riBlshed Chmiig , &c.
Axles , Spr'jisT * and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks * sd Buggies
StniUb tkerVaKonJ Depot.
rachCtiP. . FALLON ,
DEALEB IS '
Dress Goods , Silks and Trimmings
Ko. 263 Dodge I * * eet , between Hth and 15th.
Dress makinc done with neat-
ne < = and dispatch. Orders
sdlicited.
C. F. HAX&A1T1T ,
171 Cor. FaurabBstt sisid KleTenlh Sts
AU kinds of TAILORING. Oeaulngsnd re-
palrinr dona at reasonable ratea. A flue lot of
FDRNISHINU UOOD3 consta tly on hand
sad sold cheap. ittXtt.
JOHN H. GREEN ,
STATE KILLS
DEALER Hf
GRAIN , FLOUK AND FEED ,
AHD
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
TELEGRAPHIC.
MIDNIG-HT.
LOUL3VILI.E , Aug. 23.
lu response to a call Irom , the gov
ernor , four companies of militia un
der Col. Clark , left this city at
nine o'clock to-night for Lancaster.
The Courier-Journal has the follow
ing dispatch :
STANFORD , Sunday , Aug. 23.
I am just in from Lancaster ; 200
State militia arrived there at 5:30 : a.
m. and camped on the public square.
The negroes all scattered last night ,
and the whites are disbanded. All
is quiet. A white man named Ward
who * ras in Sellers' house with the
negroes , was shot ; only one negro
killed. There were 18 of them in
house which was burned , and they
would have been killed but for the
protection of the U S troops under
cover , whose guns they escaped. A
man named Foley of Zabac , belong
ing to the Zabac party waa killed.
There is no immediate danger of
further trouble. The blacks are
greatly demoralized.
Dr. Burdett , Mr. Ye kley and
child , who were wounded , are doing
well. Citizens have left town for
the country , but many will return
to-night or to-morrow. Judge
Bradley , of the Circuit Court , got
the sheriff to take forty U. S sol
diers to protect the people. This
was on Tuesday last , and soldiers
arrived at the court house just as
the blacks were marching toward it
The blacks then retired , but for
their timely action much more
blood would have been shed. Had
the soldiers been permitted to act as
conservators of peace under the
bherilT , but little damage would
have been done. Why tLey were
withdrawn is not known , but it is
said that the commanding ollicer at
Louisville ordered it.
LANCASTER , Aug. 23 6 p.m.
Colonel Clarke , commanding the
Kentucky militia , sent out some of
his men 'on horses , and they went
through fields and routes to hunt
up the negroes who were trying to
overcome the whites. The blacks
were all well armed. Colonel Clarke
returned with about thirty-five
black prisoners at 4 p.m. , and it is
said ring leaders have been arrested.
Conflicting rumors prevail as to
the number of negroes iu arms. It
is balieved that 110 further trouble
will be had and utmost quiet now
prevails. A special dispatch to-day
to the Commercial from Lancaster ,
Ky. , dated yesterday , says ; We are
having a terrible war between the
whites and blacks. Fighting has
been going on at intervals since
Wednesday morning , and the ne
gro shot a white man named Fred
Yeakley. The whites took posses
sion of the town this morning , and
firing has been going on since. It is
thought two of them were killed
this .evening. Several wounded
whites set firp to an out
house near Sellers' for the purnoes
of burning the blacks out. The
whites have the negroes surrounded.
The U. S. troops marched into town
to quell the'riot and wore fired on
' ' "
by both parties' ; 'the "firp was rer
turnpd anft spveral were injured on
both sides ,
LATER : Hellers' house has been
burned. The Commercial says this
trouble is not between the whites
and blacks but among the friends
of Sellers and Kimerly , both white
men , which has been brewing since
and which had its origin In the late
ejectfori.1 " .The flrst named is Re
publican and the { after peq ocrat ,
and tbe oonneotion of the blacks in
the affair is from their friendship
for contesting parties. The citizens
held a meeting on Thursday and ap.
pointed a committee to wait upon
the principals and endeavor to set
tle ths'r misunderstanding other
wise than'by arras. Thrcp com
panies of mllitlft have leu here for
the scene of trouble.
NEW YOKR , August 23.
Oliver Johnson in a conversation
yesterday , said that Moulton , in his
statement , had exaggerated his
( Johnson's ) expressions and meanIngs -
Ings , although the interview was
not false in the main. Johnson also
said that Tilton had confessed to.
him th t he had been unfaithful to
his marriage"vdw § .
A special to the World from Bear
Buttes , Dakotah , gives the text of
Gen. Custar's official report ot the
Black Jlills survey. He describes
the topography qf tlje the rpgjon at
some length. When near Bear
Buttes the expedition waa stopped
by a range of high impassable hlilf.
The expedition attempted to
effect a passage , but in every In
stance they were Jed in deep broken
canons , impassable 'e'veh to horse
men. They followed E'm ' creek
stream and discovered a gap in the
rocky barrrier on the northern
boundary , through which tp.e ex
pedition passed , They then camped
for the last time In the Black Hills
region , in delightful pine forests
with grass and foliage as green as
in May. The interior was like a
beautiful park ; thousands of acres
of pasturage behind them , while
the plains before them were a dry
acrid waste. Thpy then marched to
Bear Buttes , The health of the ex
pedition Is excellent. They expect
to reach Fort Lincoln on the 31st of
August.
The expedition explored the major
portion of the interior of the Black
Hills. No portion of the United
States can ofler richer pasturage ,
purer water , more beautiful temper
ature , or advantageous fo the farm
er or stock raiser. Building stone ,
full of lumber , inexhaustible rains
frequent , grain will yield abundant
ly , especially wheat. Gold , iron
and plumbago have been found ; also
in inexhaustible beds of gypsum in
some water courses. Every pan full
of earth bring out some gold in pay
ing quantities. Deer , elk and bear
are plentiful. The expedition had
no trouble wjtb the _ Indians.
BROOKLYN , August 23.
The announcement that Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher was to preach
at the White Mountain House , N.
H. , caused a large influx of people
to hear him. The stages were load
ed with visitors from all the hotels
and towns in the vicinity , and the
audience aggregated about twelve
hundred people. A temporary pul
pit was erected and Ihe usual ser
vices were held. The text wiis tak
en from second Timothy , second
cnapter , and part of the nineteenth
verse : " Nevertheless the founda
tion of God standeth sure , having
this zeal ; the JLord knoweth them
that are his. " The sermon lasted
one hour and fifteen minutes , and
was a general'one ; no allusion
whatever was made to the scandal ;
VERY LATEST ,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Beported for the Omaha Dally Bsf ,
br till Atlantic and Pacific TelezraPh Oo ,
NEW YORK , August 22.
Gov. Dennison , of Ohio , will pre
side at a meeting in this city of the
Eastern railroad commissioners ap
pointed at the Saratoga conference.
The eastern and western commis
sioners , it is stated , will -ct in har
mony , the former to make rates and
run for roads east of Pittsburg and
Buffalo , and the latter for the roads
west of those cities.
NEW YORK , August 22.
The following paragraphs taken
from the foreign files received to
day :
The Swiss Times published Fath
er Hyacinthe's letter resigning the
cure of Geneva , as follows : "At
tached from the very depths of my
heart to the church in which I was
baptized , whose reform I wish for ,
but not to 6verthrow , convinced by
experience , now sufficiently length
ened , that the liberal Catholicism of
Geneva is liberal in neither politics
nor Catholic in religion , I have the
honor to tender my resignation ot
my functions as cure of this city. "
Marayen Walwasoof , a member
of the Council , was killed in Bom
bay by the falling in of the house he
was residing in.
Several other persons in the build
ing also lost their lives.
WASHINGTON , August 22.
Senator Thurman is still in town ,
but will remain only a day or two
loneer. Senator Scott arrived to
day , but returns to his home in
Pennsylvania to-morrow. These
gentlemen are representative men
of the Hepubl'can and Democratic
parties , and , perhaps , it is but natu
ral that they should have different
opinions upon what is known as the
third term question Senator Thur
man is strong in his belief that Gen
eral Grant and his personal friends
are working for his renomination ,
and ho says that this view is
strengthened by the factjthat Gene
ral Grant does not make any state
ment to tbe contrary , and thus put
a stop to the acrimonious discussion
and agitation upon the subject.
Senator Spott , on the otlier hand ,
is satisfied that General Grant does
not seek the Presidential office for a
third term , and that he does not be
lieve the Republican party favors
his candidature. He said to-day
tbat not only was the late Republi
can Convention at Harrisburg op
posed to this third term move , but
he r'oes not think there are any
number of people in Pennsylvania
who favor it.
Ex-Representave Donley , of
Pennsylvania , a member of the
Harrisburg Convention , is also here ,
and he' agrees with senator Scott
that the third term proposition has
no strength whatever in that State.
As for the chances of Spiiator Scott's
re-election , that gentleman had lit
tle to say. He was paying very
little attention to the matter , and
was disposed to ao\y the people of
the State to decide as to his position ,
without any importunity fropa him.
The condition of aflUlrs In cer
tain portions of the Southern Stales
is becoming so critical as to excite
the greatest anxiety and apprehen
sion in the mind of the Attorney
General , who believes that the
issues of the next election in the
South will turn on lue question of
racef'that , on onp hand , the whites
will emlfiayqr { Q prevent the negroes
from voting or , at least , compel
them to vote at seperato places , and
on the other hand , the negroes will
insist upon their rights under the
constitutional amendments. Judge
Williams thinks , from reports he
ias received , and they are of a very
alarming clesprlptlon , specially
from Alabama , Tennessee 'and
northern Louisiana , that the
practice of assassination will
ae resorted to , and that the num-
ler already kill&l in the South is
3ut a small proportion of the nupi-
ber that will bo murdered in the
neai future unless some means are
devised to stay the tendency to
ward a conflict of races. The gov
ernment is appealed to by bothsidcs
for protection : but aside from giv
ing additional instructions to the
United gtates Attorneys and Marsh
als 'to exoiclse 'tvpry precaution to
prevent violence , and to arrest and
punish offenders , the government is
ixMverless. In some cases commu
nications to the government are
"rom military officers , and" theac are
ess likely to be prejudiced The
'acts will be brought to the atten-
: ion of the President and Cabinet by
the Attorney General at their next
meeting.
"The 'expedition to. observe the
janslt of Venus was last heard from
at Babia , Brazil'July 13. A letter
'rein a pprson on. board represents
iiat the Swatara W4S at Pernamu-
' '
co July 8 , thirty'days 'froin Sandy
Hook , and tligf the party were all
well with one'o ceptlon , and had
fair winds and a quick passage , with
excellent feeling and good cheer on
ward. The steamer used coal
when there were signs of a calm.
At Bahia she coaled , preparatory to
the voyage to Cape Town , where
they expected to arrive on the I0th
inst. One qf the photographers ,
Siebohm , of Dayton , Ohio , was the
onlv person sick on the voyage , and
lie being too weak to be of service
to the expedition , was , at his own
request , to be put ashore to return
to the United States.
NEW YORK , August 22 ,
A World special from BearButte ,
Dakota , dated August 15 , says Cus-
ter's expedition have terminated
their exploration of the Black Hills ,
field has been found in many points
and'lri good quantities , In places can
yield $ .00 per day' per 'man. The
Interior of the Black Hills Is a suc
cession of timbered hills , open
parks , luxurious pastorage sheltered
'
from storms , fprtjlo and jnpxh'austi-
ble , many line water springs' , some
strong enough for water power.
Companies have already been or
ganized among the civilians and
employees of tbe expedition and
gold claims staked off. They wait
action of the government to enable
them to open mines.
OTTAWA , Unt , Aug. 22.
The mill owners of the Chandiere
yesterday held a meetngat | which ,
after taking Into "consideration the.
state of the trade and scarcity of
piling ground , and disability of no
over stacking of lumber , it was
unanimously resolved to shut down
theChaudlere mills on Saturday ,
28th September proximo. The
hands are considerably excited over
the
X , Aug. 22.
Dispatches received here to-day ,
state that Nogasakl , Japan , has
been visited by a fearful hurricane ,
causing great destruction to ship
ping and other property , and con
siderable loss of life.
BALTIMORE , Aug. 22.
Wm. Howard and Margaret Nye ,
colored , were instantly killed by
being run over by the Niagara ex
press on the Northern Central rail
road , going north , at Monkton.about
30 miles from this city thisforenoon.
They were walking on the track
and disregarded the signal of the
engineer. Their bodies wore horri
bly mutilated.
BROOKLYN , Aug. 22.
Moulton's statement has fallen
Sat , as far as radically affecting cur
rent public opiuion here. Beecher's
friends consider it is merely an ex
haustive complement to his first
statement ; that It does not clear
him or Tilton of the blackmailing
charges. The investigating com
mittee say that it will not affect
their verdict the slightest.A mem-
oer of the committee telegraphed to
Beecher last night that Moulton's
statement was utterly harmless ; we
are perfectly satisfied with the case.
IXEW XOKK , August 22.
Moulton's statement'is the sub
ject of general comment this morn
ing. The Herald says the whole
issue now turns on Moulton's credi
bility If his credibility is estab
lished it considers Moulton's testi
mony a clear case of Beecher's
adultery. Unless Moulton's ver
acity can be succesfully impeached
Beecher must be regarded as guilty.
If blackmailing can be proved the
whole story falls to pieces.
The World says that all of Beech
er's and Mrs. Tilton's letters now
published goes to prove that Moul-
ton and Tilton tired every shot In
their locker in the first Tilton in
dictment , and that nothing has been
brought forth by Moulton which
adds any new difficulty or inconsis
tency to Beecher's explanation.
The Tribune thinks Moulton's
statement far from justifying the '
fear of Beecher' ? friends or the
prophecies of his enemies ; those
who believed him Innnocent before
believe so still. It shows nothing
new. Evidently they fired the worst
missiles-at the opening of the en
gagement. Moultcn's simple , upT
substantial word is all that is given
as a proof of Beecher's adultery.
The issue is purely one of veracity
between the two.
The Times thinks the statement
throws no new light on thp scandal.
The Sun is of the same opinion and
thinks that Moulton fails to clear
up the charges of blackmailing.
SARATOGA. August 22.
The weather was beautiful , and
there was a lair attendance at th °
races. The first race was for
purse of $500 , of which $100 was for
the second horse ; distance , one
mile and one-eighth. Three horses
started , and Madge won by six
lengths , with Carver second and
Erastus Corning third ; time , 1:57J.
The second race .was . for a purse
of S600 ; distance , one mile''and
three-fourths. Three horses' s'tartedj
Galway'soltT slightly' better "than
Botany Bay. Bosany wan by a
length , with Mollie Darling second
and the favorite last ; time , 3o9. ;
The third race was mile heats
over four hurdles to the mile for a
purse of $650. Four horses ran ;
Daylight , the favorite , won the first
heat , with Vesuvius secoue : time ,
1:56 : * .
PHILADELPHIA , August 22.
The afternoon papers hero all
comment on Moulton's statement.
The Evening Bulletin sayslt bears
the stamp of consistent truth from
beginning to end , and it convicts
Aenry Ward Beecher of the crime
which Tilton charged upon him ,
and of the greater , because more
deliberate , crime of which he has
been guilty on his subsequent deal
ings with the case. Until
Moulton spoke thgrp'was1 no
te'st bj which thp' world"couuj
judge between the Irreconcilable
contradiction of Tilton and Eeech-
er'a statement ; all their testimony
shows la that one or the other of
them. Is a deliberate liar. Moulton ,
unless he can be proved a more des
perate liar and torger than either of
the others It Is fatal. There is yet
one step for Beecher to take , into
the bitter moral degradation of this
dorrupt sink. That step will be ac
tive if Plymouth church , deter
mines to accept Its fallen.Ipad4or as
" ' '
its future "fiead ; tb'oasf Kirn'offls
a terrible thing , fo'r a people
whose affections and idolatry
have been set , wrapped up in him ;
but it is not to be learned \ \ \ * com
parison with that innnlte'y more
terrible thing which will happen
if Plymouth Church makea itself
the sanctuary of such complicated
crime.
The evening Star says Jfr , Frant
els J } . Moulton has con
tributed another volume of smoke
to the Brooklyn scandal.
LONDON. August 22 ,
Mooreleg's hosiery factory at Not
tingham was destroyed to-day by
fire. Loss is estimated at $400,000.
WASHINGTON , August 22.
The following telegram was re
ceived here this morning and was
at once forwarded to President Grant
at Long Branch :
TppjJKA , J ag. , Aug. JSJ.
Tothefresidenti
I have information through In
dian agents , and other sources , that
the Osage Indians have , at a general
conference , declared war against this
State. Depredations have already
been committed by them on our
Southern border , the United States
troops heretofore guarding the line ,
being now in the Indian terr'tory , a
great distance from the Qsage. reser
vation , exposes the' ffontie'r of the
State to great danger. "With arms
we can de end our borders ; can you
furnish me 2,000 carbines and ac
coutrements , and 100,000 cartridges
on accounj ; of tbe Stfjtp of J aiasas ?
[ Signed ] Tubtf AS A. QSBOBJ * ,
Governor.
-koxa BBAJJCH , Aug. § ? .
The swimming match between
Johnson and Frunze for $2,000 has
been postponed till Tuesday next
LEGAL NOTICE.
To Rudolph Miller , nnn-redent ! :
TAKE NOTICE That Merlck Carainp , as
Plaintiff , has sued you an defendant , in the Pro
bate Court o ( Dotulas County. Nebraska ; and
that you are required to answer bis bil ) of Par
ticulars therein , on or before September Ttbl
* " " '
18T4-
18T4The
' The object and prayer of tald bill of particn-
lin , ) a judgment of ud ! Court anlnit you in
faror of said Plaintiff for the aam of $13731-100
and loteml thereon line * April 1 th , 1874 , and
cost ! of lull for goodi , ware * and merchandise ,
old and dellrerea to you by aald Plalntln .
That an order of attachment for the abort
amount waa timed in aaid action on the 7th day
of July , 18T4 , by aald Court.
MEBICK COTUK 8 ,
By D. t ; THOJJA bl AtMy.
Dat 4JulT20th WM. " -
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
NEW ! TORK , August 22.
Money Abundant at 2fr per cent
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 487J@490.
Gold Strong , limited business ;
opened at 10 9 } declined to 1 09 } ' ;
uo'w 1 09J.
Governments Strong ; In good
demand.
Stocks Dull ; J to | lower ; WU ,
U P and P M were the principal
steaks dealt in ; UP29L ; WU77 ;
Erie32J ; PM47.
The bank statement shows a de
crease in the reserve.
New York Produce Market.
.NEW Y'oRK , August 22.
Breadstufls Generally quiet.
Flour Very dull ; nominal Super
fine State and Western , 5 00@5 2o ;
extra 5 30@G 50.
Wheat Inactive ; nothing doing ,
2@3c lower.
Corn Steady at 82.
Oats Nominally unchanged ;
Western mixed new 52a50.
Rye 93@1 00.
Provisions Generally quiet and
unchanged.
Leather Unchanged.
Iron Quiet.
Wool Nominally unchanged.
GREEN'S
OXYGENATED BITTEBS.
The stomach I * one of tbe most dellcato or-
[ sns of tbe human system ; and the indigettibla
'ood crowded Into it by tha requlramvaU of
modern society , keep It In
A State of Chronic Disorder ,
which If followed by a resort to tonics and al-
leratirei for relief. It unfortunately happens ,
lowerer , that many of the medicines iud for
this purpose contain alcohol , which , pourtd In
to a diseased stomach produces irritation , create
inflamatlon , and doe more injury than gocd.
OXYGENATED BITTEBS
Contain no Alcohol ,
but are a purely medicinal preparation , which ,
In cases of DYSPEPSIA , HEARTBURN , 1N-
DIGESTIPN , and other like disorder ] , at one *
restores the stomach to ( U
Natural Condition of Health.
The OXYGENATED BITTERS hare been
tbe moat popular remedy for the a bo re com
plaints for the last THIRTT TEAM , and still
maintain their CXRIVALLKD POPULARITT.
Price 91.00 per battle "
BOLD EVERYWHERE.
JOHS F. HENRY , CURRAN 4 CO. , Prop't.
8 and 9 College Place , New York.
Ugl9w4w
STEAM ENGINE CO !
( Successors to Hall Bros. )
- JI.\MJFACTUIIEKS OP -
STEAM ENGINES
Mining & Mill
3VEA. . O DOC X X3
BUILDINGCASTIHTG ,
And ate. kinds of
XROCT WOHK ,
Corner Nicholat ct IBlh Street * ,
OMAHA , NEB.
GrEO. W.ELK INS ,
COMMISSION
1916 & 1918 Ma ket St ,
PHILADELPHIA.
Grain , Flour , Seeds ,
Bnacitltiu i Bultr , MaltiHopi.
Traier's ' tame Company
OF CHICAGO , ILL.
Statement , December 31tt , 1S73.
Cash Capital , HalfMillion _ Dollars ,
ASSETS.
United Stat * Oor't 1 < HO Retfrtered
Bonds , JSS0.475 00
Collateral Loans , securedb Nation
al Bank Stocks , 85,900 CO
Bonds and Mortgages ( Chicago City
Real Estate , ) 20.611 10
Interest Accrued , 2,511 SO
Cash on Deposit in Corn Exchange
National Bank , 24,633 21
Cash in Office of Company , 1,419 13
BUls Receirabl * for Inland Premi
ums , 2r1M 53
Salragea aid Reclamations , 9,012 55
Aroouqt due from Jusu'rscce Co * .
forlie-Insurance on Losses Paid , 4,832 25
Office Furniture In Cos. Office. 2,150 00
Amount due for Fire and Marine
Premiums In Chicago , 1S.812 (0
Amount Net Premiums due from
Agents , 17,423 19
1718,260 12
LIABILITIES.
Losscsi adjusted and Due , None ,
Losses unadjusted , 111,650 00
STATE OF N.EBRSKA,1
Apmjoa'g DEPABTMSKT. j
LISCOLX , August 13th , 1874.
It is hereby certified tbat the Trader's Insur
ance Company of Chicago , Illinois , has complied
with the Insurance law of this Stat- > and is au
thorized to transact the business of Fire Insur
ance in this State for the cvrrent year.
Witness my hand and s al pf office , the day
am' year first abore written.
4. B. WESTON ,
Auditor of State.
C. H. WILLARD.
Deputy.
Deputy.FBEN.CH . 4 McKOON ,
auj7dlw Agents.
GUNS and REVOLVERS ,
At low ratei. STENCIL PLATES made to or
der , BELT. HANGING , all tort * of fine pocket
cutierj , SAWS FILED AND BE.SET , Instru
ment * tharpeucd , Ac. , at 159 Farnham St.
C. 6CDJLENHORST ,
_ Proprietor.
M. ECHCTT ,
a9dt (
SPENCER'S
Fruit $ * 4 Confectionary
Cor * 13th and L-arenworlh S Jt. ,
JyH Sm AT THE BRIDGE
H. C. WALKE3 ,
MASUFACTUKlir AHU DKALEB IK
BOOTS & SHOES
610 llth SU B tTMJl FaxsUm tai D a-lai
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
CLOT I
AXD.DEALEES IK-
GKEHLsTTS' TJ lsrJSHIin'NraOOCTDS ,
221 and 223 FABNBi AM STREET , COS13 K
OU' ? , STOCK FOR THE
-A.3STT3 STJ dH lHI
Is Complete now ; Our Assortment in
o thing i r enis' Furnishing Goods
Comprises the X > at@st IToveltion.
T22 Z TEST STTXiSS HT H TS .A37D C.A.FS.
We Hare also . a Full Line iu. BOY'S ami YOUTH'S Clothing.
, WE WILL SELL OUBG-O OD LOWER THAN E. VSR.
M. HELLMAN & r D.
STOCK : , 1373.
R. A. BROWN , 248 Douglas Si
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
DRY GOODS , CARPETS ,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened tohe
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
MERINOS , EMPRESS CLOTHS , REPELLA
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also YELVET& BEATER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO "UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED Q-OODS
* TABLE LIKEN IX GREAT TABIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTING RU3S , AND MATS ,
OHEIA.FER : : : : : -isr THCIS
i
5
Furniture Mirrors
, bedding , ,
and 'everything pertainine : to the FURNITURE ancl UP
HOLSTERY trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
has a complete assc-'tment pi FINE. MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods , which he is pfiering at such RE1.-UCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of evero- one d <
anything in this -line , tc examine his stock before
in-1' ,
PABIOBSI-TS L0IFNE § &c. , UPHOLSTERED
COITSKEB TO ORDER.
* MW P A i MC s " * < a *
GU..S.
SO3
HAYING BOUGHT THE
BAX&IUJPT STOCK ,
Oi th Popcltr
Dry Goods Store.
22H Farnhbm S
I hereby wish to inform the pulillc of Omaha
and vicinity thai I shall cont'nue ' the business
and offer at all times
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FAJICT
DRY GOODS !
I hare adopted tha
Strictly Cash and One Price
Principle , which I hope will meet with the
( ipproral of the puUlt as my prices thall be
always
THE VERT LOWETS
A liberal pitroatge solicited. B pMtfnUy ,
JOHN H , F , LEHMANN ,
228 FarihoM Street.
j Oz aha , Neb. , July 2I t , 1171.
WHOIiESALE C A
4 *
I air cw manufacturing all varieties - .
and -will pell a
D53A S T IE K , IN" I3 IR T. > en
Doalrrs in this State need not want to troEastfoi
A trial is solicited.
f3-t. Ooxr-
mchllt
B. & J. WILBUR ,
; s and Stationary ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAI _ .
Fourtosnth Straei , . Omah. ;
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL > ; s
arS-lmy
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEME i.
Cor. 13th. and Sarney Streets ,
Spring and Summer Styles.
A. POLACK ,
CLOTHIER ,
233 St. XTear
Fine and SHediuin.
and Fnrnisliiiig Goods.