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VOL. IV. OMAHA MONDAY MORNING ? SEPTEMBER 7 , 1874. NO. 68.
EDWAKD F.OSEWA-1 t B , Witor and Prop'r
Office Xo. J38 I'tritlinm street. 1 > etw.
Klitth and Tenth.
"One copy , one year , in ndvynre JJ.OO .
" six inontbi , in advance 4.00
" three mentis in zdvance. . . . 2.00
K&rif tint laid in advance , S3 i-er annum will
Best Goods ,
OMAEA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Smilb. 185 llMrner street , bet.
McClureA . do-l&U
GLSSS.AflD P10TDRS Ftt'ML3.
T irclnliart. 138 l > c ii < Us street , dealei In
t ) .window Rlosa and picture Irauua , dlailug
done to order. a J8tl
BOOTS A17D SHOES.
- , ISararnhaui st , Ktwcen loth
. Later , corner 12th mid -ugUs st retit ,
HL. nuJ-Tcturer and wholesale dealer In
candf B and confectionery. Country tr d so-
Ucetcd , pl '
i Klll'itcoal , llnis , cemen Uiair tc. .
Poland Farnhaia st. felilSniS
t -a r Elgutter , No. 200 Fariitaui st. 1 l7tf
4 new lann-Jrr opened at oil J1IU st. , lt
A _ Faralian. i-nd Douzlan. Thewaslii'i ; ; auj
Coning will be done to nler. tirat oia. work
Tlrcmlnm Soap World. Vowel' A Co , still
i manu'act-ire their Preraiuia Soap. Hve
Bit premium rewarded by the i ougla county
aud Sttte fairs , and 1'ottawattaniU eouuty , la.
Orders solI'Jtodfiom the trade
E. F. SJITTHK. G. C. GRAVES.
SMYTHE & GRAVES ,
Boom 5 Creighton Block.
E. ESTABROJK. r. M. FIUKPfS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE-Cre5 < lilon lllock , Omalia , Keh.
, mli21 If
DhXTER L , THOMAS ,
AUorno/v < l .Coniisclor at Law.
OrFICE Soca $ * * Vlttcter'a Block ,
OMAHA ' NEB
Attorney for Second Jud
OJFUCS South Uo ol Ftrnhza , between
I51htn' 16th its. , opposite Court Uoate.
( IIjHman Kkck , )
430 THISTEEKTH BIEEET. OMAHA
G. W. AMBROSE ,
JEDICK S OPERA HOUSE
T. W. T. Jticnards ,
Attorney at Law ,
OiflfolOO IStlj St. , Let. Fornham
And Hcrupy Omaha , Xcb.
O. BALLOU ,
ATTORNEY at LAW
Office a Crelgliton's uow block , southeast cor
room , floor.
A. BALDWIN .i.0. U. O'BKIEN.
ATTORNEYS 5 LAW
Office Oalilwtll Block , tougla Ftreet ,
OMAHA. - - - -
A Iv. li.liLL.KY.
Attorney 1 Counselorat Law
/ ( OLLEOTJONSSOUCITEDANDrROMPT-
\7 IT attended to. No charge u > il 3 collec
tions are made. Hoiuc * to let and renti rol
ecteJ. Itcal estate bouBlitunil sold. apl7tf
JOHN Vf. LYTLE ,
Attorncr-at-Law and SoIIciJc.r In
iITIOL--OTcr First K tiotal Bank ,
J. . BPAUJl. * I-K1TCIIETT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT ,
Attorneys ind Counselors at Law.
Oa-v. 50fi Tirelf. 5 J > Jrcet.
J. S. SIlROPSHffiE ,
Attorney- - Law
E ai > "o. I , S. U. Coiucr I6th and Douglas Sts ,
OMAHA , - - KEBR.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOIt ,
Attorneys at Laiv ,
SO FAUXHASI 8TEEAT.
JOIIN C. C0IN \ ,
. -ttorixoy. Solioitor-
OFFICE CREIGITTON'S BLOCZ ,
OMAHA , XECOASKA.
7T. J. BUBNHAM.
OliXCI AXD COUXS LLOB AT
B. E. Car. ISth ted BuK lu itroc'c.
OMAHA. _ NEB.
WK are gratified to announce that
Pat O'Hawes has' taken a forty days
lease of the editorial columns of the
Omaha Heraldfto be devoted ex
clusively to his benefit.
GENERAL- VALENTINE says he
could have been nominated as Sec
retary of State if his father had
parted his name in the middle with
a "z. "
K"OTWiTiiSTANiiNC. the brilliant
Omaha Bourbon pronounces the Re
publican platform as a meaningless
medley the stupid editor of the Chicago
cage Tribune declares that the Re
publican Convention iu Nebraska
adopted a currency resolution which ,
if it is correctly reported , is quite
as respectable as any that has seen
the light in the
AND still the ea tein papers con
tinue their slanderous assaults upon
Omaha aud her police. AVe shall
hold the New York World responsi-
blue for the following libel :
When a well-known Omalia thief
meets a policeman and hands him
live dollars it is the duty 01 the
officer to go and sit down in an
alley and see nothing for the next
hour nothing but the five dollars-
An indticmmnate slaugFder in
clothing and gents' furnisljing
goods icjardlcss of prices at 200
Farnhaui street. Fine linen and
chevoithirts ot our wn make at
S2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 290 Fan.ham street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
J. HOOREHEAD ,
ND PHARMACIST ,
Pattee's ElocV , Bet. California & Welstir Ets.
OMAHA , NEB.
Physicians Pre-triptiuLs carefully
cuuit > oundt l
JL JiLJl. . u-o-
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAU ST.
Bet.J3thi ! h ts. .
C3ro ; < lcst irortlPliicDHiitMs in Hie city
DR , A , S , BiLLINUS ,
Brt. 1 Ihnnd 14th , up stairs
Teeth oitracttd without pain , by HBO of Hl-
troun Uxldoise. .
Diepenspj his own meiclno * . ard
recular ppsttiw , mates specialities of er-
-pjnta and Diseases 1'rfullar to Women , r istu-
la K'ci ' ? and other Disease of the Eectum.
Orvicz : Corner Farnbam ana l < thIrects ,
first < tBCr to the riclit. ifn . ' % R Menc- ,
& tnct. Ww n U d l b.n t
to Lutheran CniacU Otanha. > i. A.ldr.aa
I rk ROT 3 1 1.
MK8. J. K. VASDKKCOOK.
Bcsldence and offit. 250 Dodjo st bet Hth nnd
Special attention paid to obslelrics and dli
eitea pecuU.tr to women and eliildrcn. f'Jtf.
3B U3 3XT 3T. OO ; 3 g > 3NI' 33 S
-MA'f FACTUEKP Or AND DSllB. l -
Lambr.-'qnins and IV-ndoir Sbft'Jes ,
CIIU03IOS , EXORAYIXS ( ; AND
S70 Farnhsm ilrprt.roiii'r F/tenlh
Wood ! Wood ! Wood !
Immense Reduction !
ATS. 1 * . BUIO & ' YAKU , COUXEIl OF
A 14th and Chi p > Streets. Good Hard
\VobdS7 00 ; Soft 85 00. blove Wood to acft
anr number of store rcrr cheap. aplstf
U , P , R , R , MEAT MARKET ,
ICth street bet California and Webster.
KEEP OX HAND THE BEST
WE sapnljof I'RESU AXD SALTED
MEATS. Also a lareo stock of Fine Sugar
Cur ! HSHU and HreaUast Bacon , at the low-
it rttw. Wit AUsT 4 KXUTH ,
u > Tl4-1r iToprietors.
PllOl'OSAI S FOR SBRREVDEU OF OilAHA
CITY TREASURER'S Orrirp.
O.MAIIi. Nrn , August 1C h 1874.
Eo Id j > rOO | als will ba received at this
office until &ept. Sth tf J2 M. , for the surrender
of tlmaha City Bomls , In any suins to the
amount o > fifteen tliousand dollar * or lex ,
Hld to bo opened at the CJt j" CountiJ mcptiuj ,
S'pt-8t" > 1 ! > " -
EDWARD JOHXSTON ,
augliilOt Clly Treasurer.
BICE PABHISQ LAND IN NEBSASKAIl
500 HaiiscomPlaceLots !
A1 D LOIS in Ine city ol Omaha ,
HOUSEb on eood terms
Real estate broicrs.olhce over JIackey s store ,
on DodiCnt.orDOsltoi.ew uostoSIre' a | > 30J2
P , FALL ON ,
Drew Goodie , Silks aud Trimming * .
No. 263 Dodje 5 * eet , between 14th aud 13th.
Dressmaking ; done with neat-
iiese and dispatch. Orders
171 C r. Farulinui nliel Elevriidi Sis
AllUndsof TAILORIXa , < 1rtmng ! nd re-
pairlnz done st reasonable mtct. A fine lot of
VUKMSH1XU GOODj touslanth on hand
stid gold cheap. * decICtf.
KBAIN , FLOUR AXD FEED ,
YJLtf DORK'S jiACIURE
All Uflis of light au < i he-tTj
MACHLVERY 31 ADEJfc REPAIR Of. ' .
S8-MI Wort O'wH-artfo/- ® !
8S6 H1BHET STBEEt , . IOMAEA.
Nr.\v Yonic , Sept. C.
Charles Jensen , a German lately
arrived from Europe , was robbed of
§ 15,000 in U. S. 5-20 bonds , Union
Pacific Railroad bonds , and Brook
lyn Loan bond ? . He had them in
his coat pocket.
NEW ORLEANS , Sept. 6.
Registration among the colored
people has been reopened during
the week. The Picayune and other
papers to-day commend the course
of Gov. Kellogg in his present de
termination that there shall be a
fair registration and election.
MEMPHIS , Sept. 6.
The Appeal's Trenton correspond
ence says : "Governor Brown has
arrived there to assist in bringing
to justice parties who recently rnur-
dored negro prisoners. It is assert
ed that the ten negroes taken from
the jail had escaped. Though no
traces of their bodies have been
found the report lacks confirmation.
BALTIMORE , September C.
On Saturday afternoon the great
er portion of the business section of
the town of Frostburg , Maryland ,
was destroyed by fire. Engines
were summoned from Cumberland ,
but the supply of water was o
small that they could do but little
to check the llames , which burned
until they leached the outskirts of
the Jowii. Total loss , nearly § 113- ,
WASHINGTON , Sept. 0.
The following dispatch was re
ceived here this evening :
HUNTSVILLE , Ala. , Sept. 3.
To IFon. Geo. Spencer :
An attempt was made on the
night of the third inst. , to assassin
ate U. S. Marshal Thomas as he
and anothergentletuan were return
ing from a political meeting. The
assassin , who was concealed by the
roadside , shot at him as he passed ,
but owing to the darkness missed
his aim. No cause is given for the
cowardly act but the active part
Vie has taken h ) the political cam.-
[ feigned ] JAS. H. Gorr.
Niw : IOBIC , Sept. G.
A Herald special from Long
Branch says the President yesterday
expressed himself sincerely desirous
of leaving the southern states to
take care of their own political af
fairs , and a non-interference on the
part of the federal government , but
the fact of the existence of lawless
ness and violence in some states
was undeniable , Prclimirary or
ders and the movements of troops
are legitimate and proper , and ho
hopes the moral eflect of the pres
ence of troops in some localities
may render their active use unneces-
sary. Under the representations
that have been made he believes
that he would be guilty of neglect
of duty if he uid not take steps for
the prevention of threatened evils.
NEW YORK , Sept. 0.
The World's special from Bis
marck , Dakota , says the whole re
gion of the upper Missourijis swarm
ing with Indians , Crow and Sioux.
War part jcs of these tribes are now
at war with each pjher. Several
murders of whites by'ijie Indians
are reported. One white victim ,
Dutch Cris , \ > as burned nt the
TLo World's special from Fort
Sill , Indian Tyrrjtqry , eayg General
Davidson's command Ijas arrived
there , after finishing up the at
tempted entrance of hostile Kiowas
and Comanches into the Wichita
Agency. Ho had put the buildings
at the agency in n good state of de
fense , and stationed four companies
of troops there for the present.
Ho gave accounts in his report of
several brushes with Indians , chief
ly Hoconoos and Jtiowas. During
one of these" encounters a wjjole
camp of Noconoes , containing slsiy
lodges , with largo stores of meat
and ammunition , was burned. The
Noconoes had four nion wounded
and six horses shot. The entire In
dian lo&s was fourteen roen shot
ana four horses killed. After 'that
affairs resumed their usual quiet at
Another World special from Bis.
marck , Dakota , says the steamer
Josephine .arrived last night from
the upper Missouri , bringing a portion
tion of the military detachment
that acted as escort to the northern
boundary commission , which has
just concluded jts work of survey
ing along the line of the 49th para-
lell between the Unfictl States and
( JlIAIlLESTttN ' , S. C. ? Sept. C.
The press of'tliis city claim that
the statement ofSenator Patersori to
the Secretary is false in the follow
ing particulars :
That tjo } ' board of trade in Colum
bia den je'd in 1$71 the existenpe of
Ku Klux , or that Judge'Thomas" , of
the sixth circuit , nt that time on tb.e
grand jury , did deny their existence
or that the rltlo clubs of to-day are
ku-klux. They claim that the
board of trade in 1871 admitted the
fact and passed resolutions condem
natory of the sumo. Judge Thomas
and Judge York , of the 'praml Ju
ry , presented fifty-four persons
for Ku Kluxinjj prevjous to the ses
sion of theKu Klux committee , the
case upon which the United States
Court could suspend the habeas cor
pus , and take charge of the cases.
This was the trouble with the York
court for it proved the suspension
was based upon falsehood , an4 was
itself conspiracy. The United States
court , which afterward did take
charge of Ku Klux cases , never
found any of these cases subsequent
to the session of the committee , and
if any of the grand jury \\CIQ ever a
indicted for Ku KluxJng they werp
now in the Albany penitentiary-
Judge Thomas does not know
that ' 'there ever was an inoffensive
white Republican named Ham-
bright , who may be the man re
ferred to as convicted. Tb.e riflp
clubs at Charleston and in the State
have even been suspected of kuklux-
km. They were in existence during
the Ku Klus trials of 1S71 , and were
not even charged with connection
at the time in any official manner.
The trouble with Patterson is that
ths Kit Klus act , having expired
and its enforcement only for protect
ing colored people , they arp wjthout
protection and have to encounter
the storm of public opinion. This
was forced by an attempt of Sena
tor Patterson to enforce the invali
dation of the bonded debt of tie
State , which the legislature , at its
last session , repudiated ,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Beported for the Omaha Daily Eet
br the Atlantic and Pacific TeleeraPh Oo.
An Italian Musician SSiot and
Robbed by one of hie Com
panions at Read Desert
A Valuable Team Stolen from
W. Dworak at Schuylor.
No clue to the Thief.
[ Special 10 tno UCE ]
RAWLINS. Sept. 5.
.uast evening about seven o'clock ,
an Italian musician named Royas
Romanell was shot and robbed of
$300 by one of his companions at
Ued Desert Hill , on the line of the
Union Pacific railroad , three miles
west of Red Desert. He was
brought to Rawlins on No. 4 last
night , aud this morning taken to
the court house , where Dr. L. L.
Doolittle examined his wound and
extracted the ball. The ball en
tered the back and lodged about an
inch under the surface of his breast.
On account of his bleeding inter
nally , it is thought that the wound
will prove fatal. Prompt steps
have been taken to secure the arrest
of the robber and would be mur
( -pecial to the B > t . )
SclIUYiER , Sept. d.
A valuable team belonging to W.
Doworak , was stolen from his stable
in Schuj'ler , last night. Xo clue to
MADKID Sept. 5.
The Cailistsareintrenching them
selves around Bilboa. The Damag
es done by the bombardment of
Puyccrda is insignificant.
ATLANTA , Ga. , Sept. 3.
There is a general feeling of dis
satisfaction among the people in this
section in regard to the government
sending troops South. Conscious of
a law-abiding spirit , they feel this
is unnecessary to preserve order.
It emboldens the blacks to insolence
and will also tend to check the
growing feeling of kindness toward
PAHIS , Sept. 3.
The oflicial report of the commis
sion appointed to investigate the
circumstance of the escape of Ba-
zaine is made public. It implicates
the jailors , and states that they were
instigated by Colvillette , Bazaine's
Ajd-de-Camp , to facilitate the pris
oner's flight , but acquits the garrison
of the fort of complicity in the atlliir.
The LaBion Republic says that Mar
shal Bazaine has gone to England.
MACON , GA. , Sept. 5.
The action of the government in
sending troops to the south is looked
upon as un\vnrra.n \ table , and done
solely in the' iutcrost of political
loaders , who are satisfied that with
out the military to over-rule law
and order , there is no hope for the
radical party in the south. There
is no itiTtaK'jnism on the part of Uio
whites and blacks , except in the
States under control of the latter
and the carpet bag thieves , and the
the kindest feelings , as a general
thing , prevail , 4
CIIAHLESTON , Sept. 5. 1
In this city the president's letter
and attorney general's circular have
caused no excitement whatever.
The whole Statp so far as known
hero has teen profoundly tranquij ,
and no outrage calling for federal
interference has taken place , except
where in Georgetown the colored re
publicans came In collision with the
conservatives. Thay do not object
to ttie presence of federal troops , and
would be glad to have them at every
polling place in the State ; but they
regret that Grant has been deceived
as to the condition of aflairs in South
COLUMBIA S. C. , Sept. 5.
The action of the government , in
sending troops into this State , is
one of surprise that it could have
been donp so easily. We have been
imposed on by midrepresentatiojis.
The State was nevei more quitt.
There has not been any murder of
the kind usually described as polit a
ical ) for more than two years. at
TJiero was a little excitpment two t
weeks ago in 13dgefield county ,
caused by the radical leaders talk
ing In a violent way , but it passed
oft" without harm to any one. It is ,
no doubt , for political eflectand the
national government 'is askpd in
this way to aid in 'tlie election of a
most objectionable candidate for
: NEW Yonic , Sept.- * .
The ocean steamer Tagus , yester 1
day , took out 80,000 rifles for Tur
key and twelve locomotives for Rus
sia. The former are a part of a con
tract with the Providence Tool Co. ,
for 600,000 of the same description.
The Turkish government also has
an agreement with the Repeating
Arm Company of Xew Haven for
200,000,000 cartridges. The Pratt
Whitney Machine company of
Hartford , has a contract with the
Prussian government for machinery
sufficient to make 2,000,000 rifles of
the system adopted by that govern
ment. The machinery will costover
$1,000,000 , and will bo the most
perfect set of gun rnachiney ever
BROOKLYN , Sept. 5.
Another daj * of dullness and delay - 5
lay has marked the history of the
Beecher-Tiltou-Moulton scandal. It
still remains as the Plymouth
Church meeting left it. Moulton is
still away , and of those interested 0
only Mrs. Tilton and Judge Morrjs
remain ; Mrs. Tilton is in Brooklyn.
The delay in the publicatio'n of
Moulton's statement has.suggested
to some that General Butler in his
revision of the document has dis
covered some failure to prove his
charges , aud that under Butler's
advice ho may Jmvo concluded to
re-write the wh61e document
It Is the statement that Beecher's
answer in the suit has been perfected -
fected , but will not be servedton
Tilfon's lawyers before September *
Nc\v YORIC , Sept o.
The v/eckly bank stiitemeutisun-
favorable , fahowiiiR tv decrease of
§ 1,424,200 reserveagamst a deereabc
of $254,100 in deposits. The follow
ing are the figures : Loans , de
creased , § 763,100 ; specie , increased ,
§ 233,200 ; Legal tender , decreased ,
§ 1,677,900 ; deposits. decreaedS234-
100 ; circulation , decreased. § 140.-
MoniLK , Ala. , Sept. 5.
There is H feeling of indignation
here towards the government for its
action in the matter of sending
troops South , and the whole thins w
regarded as an electioneering trick.
The Daily Register , commenting on
it this morning , says , United States
Marshal's have never resisted , and
the courts are willing and anxious
to try offenders by juries with great
fairness. AVhy all this parade with
soldiers and officers , and grave diffi
culties in bringing to punishment a
few alleged murderers ? Why in
South Carolina and Alabama any
more than in Kentucky , Tennessee
and Mississippi ? Is it the Depart
ment of J ustico which has any great
trouble before it ? It is the Repub
lican party of Alabama which is in
danger. We tell Mr. Grant and Mr.
Williams that trick will not injure
white people of Alabama.
A Standard's correspondent says
the forthcoming rifle match excites
the greatest interest. The Christ
Team will embark on a Cuuard
steamer Sunday morning. The
Lord Mayor of Dublin will accom
pany them to Queenstown , and
they will be accompanied to Ameri
ca by Viscount Massana and Mr.
Baynanel , extra members of the
Team , uldo by several ladies and
represcutatves of the press.
At a meeting of the cotton spin
ners in Manchesteryescerday , it was
decided a circular should be sent to
the Lancashire mills and work
should be limited to four days a
Observers from the United States
to observe the transit of Venus ar
rived at Cape Town August 5tl ? .
Further details of the Austrian
Polar expedition ha vo Ireen received.
After abandoning their ship the par
ty traveled seven months in sledsjes ,
and two winters were parsed in the
ice. The highest point reached was
latitude 10 ° . The largest tract of
land was discovered to the north
ward of Nova Zembla. The expe
dition left Wadoe on a Russian boot ;
there was only one death during the
The inhabitants , who number 60
souls , have taken to open boatsand
their whereabouts is unknown , as
the vast volume of water lying be
tween Padre Island and the main
land linds no outlet until it reaches
Brazoes. It is feared that they have
been carried out over the bar into
the sea. The French barkCorman-
dal from Eordeau to Brazoes is a
total wreck. Her crew , except the
fciiilor , are lost. The storm of wind
and rain is causing great damage.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New 1'oiuc , September 5.
Money Easy at 22 } per cent
Exchange Dull ands'tpady : 4 SO
or sixty days ; 4 80 for sight.
Gold Steady , 100J.
Governments Strong ; 110 special
Stocks Opened strong and ad
vanced I to J. In the afternoon a
break occurred ; Wabash from 34 to
331 , remainder declined tq ; m.ar-
ket partially recovered atl u'plbokj
Rock Island dropped 3 ; bank state
ment unfavorable ; W U 78J ; JSrie
New York Produce Market
NEW YOKK , Sept. 5.
Flouj Nothing doing ; superfine ,
30a5 00 ; state , 5 40a5 C5.
Wheat Quiet , lower , to sell ; No
spring. 1 32al 33 ; No 2 Chicago ,
1181 20 ; No 2 Milwaukee , 1 25.
Corn Quiet ; now mixedWestern
Oats Easir ; new mixed , western
5S62 , II
Rye -Steady ; 88 in bags.
Barley Nominal. \
Pork A PW mess sold at 22i.
.Lard Sold at 12 ; year , held at
Cut Meats Nominal. C
_ _ - S
Chicago Pruuuce market.
CirrcAGO , Sept 5.
Flour Qniet , with light demand
for shipping extras , nt 4 75 , holders
ask 4 85@5 00 ; supers , 3 50@4 00. fit
Wheat Steady : September , 93 J ; tit
October , 92 ] . itiU
Oats Steady ; ca h , 43 ; October , U
Corn Weak ; rash , September
ana October 71.
Barley Steady ; cash 939G ; Sep-
tenitier , 03.
Highwlnes Aboat 1 00. '
Rye 82 on the spot.
Pork Quiet ; cash , 22 © 23 ; Oc
tober , 23 } ; year 17J.
lard Quiet ; cash , 15 ; year , 11J.
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. Louis , Sept. 5. 1
Flour Quiet and unchanged. N
Wheat Firmer ; No 3 red held at
Oojal 05 | ; No 2 do , 1 15J. po
Corn Firm ; sales at 73. .
s Jleld very iirpi ; sales at 4.QJ tb
Barley Quiet and unchanged. coifc
Bye Firmer ; held at 858C. or
Whisky Firm ; sales at 1 00. orop
Pork Firm. opPJ ,
Eicon Active and firmer ; small
lots of shoulders held at 10J14 ( : thF
clear rib , 1414j } : clear , 15. F (
Lard Unchanged. .
Chicago Live Stock Market. 8
CHICAGO , Spptember 5.
Cattle Receipt ? , , 1,000. The
market is moderately active and
prices arc steady. Common to ex
tra steers held 4 50@7 00 : butchers ,
200400 ; corn-fed Texas , 400 ®
20 for extra.
Hogs Receipts , 5,000. The mar
ket is moderately active and steady.
Grassers held at 5 00@6 00 ; corn- [
fed at C 25@0 50 ; good to choice , it
807 25 ; with a few extra at 7 50
Sheep Receipts , 2,000. Mostly
for through consignments for the Ol
east. Market quiet and unchanged.
Sold at 2 504 50.
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , Sept 5.
Hogs Easy. Receipts , 7,520.
Stockers held at 3J05. Yorkers ,
35. Yorkerss , 6C } . Butche-s'
Cattle receipts C50 : steady and
Hamlet Or 11123 ,
OEXESAI , DEALER IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
9th st- , between Jones and .LcaTanworth sts.
r\FFEKS TO THE PUBLIC A JIOST COXI-
\J pltte line of Drj Good * . Fancy Goods ,
AVoolen and Cotton Flannels , Wrapper DeLains
Woolen Shawls and all kinds of fall and winter
material for ladits' and chiMrcns' dresses. Al
so Calicoes of all srades and descriptions a spe
cialty. Boots "and thoes for ladies' gents' and
chilJrens' wear. cpt4il3nio"
1'r.OrOSAJ.S FOK COAL.
Saled prososals will l > e received by the un
dersigned unhl 7 p. m , Sept. 8,18T4 , fur fifty
tons more or less of anthracite coal , to be deliv
ered at sucli time and in such nunatilies as the
city may require , To be paid for in warrants.
Bids should bo addressed to the undenigntd ,
and endorsed " Proposals for coal , " the council
reserves the right to reject any or all bid .
O. C. LUDLOW ,
scptW3t City Ciert
THE COMIXG SXltUuGLE.
The voters of our nation ,
As ne'er was known before ,
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's rocicy shore.
Why is th a mighty change ?
What can the meaning bv J
The rising of the masses
From northern lake to southern'sca.
The spirit of old seventy-sir
From out our heroes' Kr.i e3 "
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore ,
Thouch obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever tr ie : not one cent for tribute ,
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party Hws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The i hU of in m to be a ma n
Should govern Freedom's laud.
Tlieu shall our Flag more proudly float
U'er land aa well as sen ,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly gr5t
The emblem of the free.
In trade we'll try to deal.
As man should deal with man ,
And while we seek to live ourselves ,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody ca
And If a hat > ou ueeil ,
Or friend you chauco to meet ,
Remember IJuiue , tlio Hatter ,
On Upper Douglas StreU.
OF THE FINEST
ElMiorn Yallcy Lands !
FOR. SALE I1Y
morse LVXD5 ARC CONVENIENT TO
I the market and the
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at ! rm
$2,50 to $5,00 PhR ACRE !
For Cash or ou Ions Time.
J5S-LAND EXPLORING TICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. depot ,
bearing coupons which wi'l ' be tak
en at full cost in payments for land.
R , A. KARRI ,
537 Piftcenta Sreet , bot. Bougli and Dodge.
Muttosi and Veal ,
Fish , Poultry , Game ,
CAKKIAGE , BUGCY uud
N. E. COUNEE ol 14th autl HAKItEY STS , 3
respectfully annouufle to the public
lic that he is now ready to Oil nil con-
iractj in the above line * with ncatu , i aud
* -Exi > res3 wagons constantly on hand and
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ,
Gt H O C E R S
And Gcncial Provision Dealers ,
B. WCor. . Jaokson and 13th Sts ,
Keep a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions ,
Wines , Liquors and Cigars , and ell cheaper 1
than any uther hausi IB Omaha. jy3 3m
Fniit an * Cqnfcctionary
Cor. I 13ih and Lea > cnirorth
\j4 Sm AT TIIK BRIDGE
Corner ( of Cuniugj end Treaty-second Etresta
The $ nest lager baer con
stantly on hand.
ic23-6m CUAS. WEYJIULLER , Prop
IIEKRY , the popular Saloon keeper , has re-
ittcd up the basement of old Herald building ,
or. 13th and Douglas Sts. , here , In councc-
ion with Ins liar he ftti out a Lunch every
tiomlnft < acd URAND LUNCU EVERY SAT-
JltDAY. Girs him n call. al dtf
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT ,
564 Fourteenth St. ,
'cSOSui OMAHA. NKB.
1I1DS KUIt FOUACE.
If EIB Qc's DEPACTMEST OP THE PLATTE , 1
Chief Quartermastsr'a OUice. j
OUAHA , iiEU. , Soptcmbar2,1874.
JE\LED bids in duplicate.II1 be received at
tlib oace until eleven o'clock a. m. , 'rues-
lay , September 15th , 1374 , for the delivery in
lew gunny nnd bnrlaj > sacls , nt Omaha depot , I
CcbraaS.n , in quantities aa required , of
Three million (3 ( 000,000) ) pounds of corn.
One < million five hundred thousand (1,500,000) ( )
tounds of oats.
Each proposal , to be considered , must be guar-
.nteed by two responsible cartien , not bidders ,
liJt they will become bondsmen on award of
No bid will be entert incd under any clrcum-
tances , unless the bidder is present in person ,
by duly authorized acent or attorney , at the
ipcning of the bids , and is than and there pre-
ared to show that he is fully able to carry out
he contract in all respects , if anardad to him.
The attention of bidders is especially called to
he foregoing requirements.
Bids muat be endorsed on envelopes "Bids for
qrago. ' !
The contract * will be let with the proviso
.hat the contracts may be Increased or reduced
ne-third by the Chief Quartermaster of the
Department , at any time during the delivery
The right to reject any er all bids is reserved.
Blank bids furnished and full conditions
nade known on application.
By order of the Department Commander.
ALEX. J. I'EKRV ,
aief Quartermaster Dcpt. 1'latte. Bvt. Brig.
Gen. U. S , A. S p3d6t.
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor. IGth n < I Dodffe Ms.
Prompt attention given to sales * f household
urniture , t ore goods , hors < -s , cattle , etc. , either
store or owner's reaidemc * . Real Estata at
public or private sale. auglldtf
G. W. HOL1AN , Sr. ,
Dflers for th necessities of the public , a
First-fc Hearse and Carriaies ,
All orders promptlj- attended to ' y leavinj
esiatCorriStUaudnarBegt . J
M. HELLMAN & CO ,
O TH s
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COH. I3TH ST
OUR STOCK FOB THE
SIFIRIIETQAJSTID STJ Cl CEK , SZELA.SO2sT
Is Complete now ; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Cents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises the Latest novelties.
THE ZiATSST STTLES HT HATS A2TO CAPS.
We Have also a Full Line in BOY'S ami YOUTH'S Clothing.
WE WILL SELLOTJRG-OODS : LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
STOOIC , 1873 ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY' GOODS , CARPETS ,
CLOTH , h ;
An Immense Stock of Fresh New ( roods Just Opened to < jb8
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also YELYET & BEAYER CLOAKItfGS ,
A FULL STOCK OF SEAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO L.NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEN IX GREAT TABIHT. A FDLL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATHNfJ RUSS , AND BTAT& . *
TIKIS OIHIIEJLIFIESI ? i .i *
'umitur © , bedding , Mirrors5
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE ard UP
HOLSTERY trade ; has largely increased his stock and'now
has a complete assortment o ± FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
§ § 1315 - ° ? cls' hi > eJs Peering at such REDUCED
PRICES to make
as it to the interest of everyone desiring
an3rthmg in this -Jine , to esamine his stock before purchas-
PAHIiOB SlJTS , X.OUNG-ES &c.5 UPHOLSTERED ANI ?
COVERED TO ORDER.
538 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Wood Stock ,
Patent Wheels , Finished Gmiig , ice.
ixles , Springs and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks ana Buggies
Stndcbacker "Wagon , Depot.
G , STRIFFLER
3 R O C
Ku s ,
E. COB. OF TE5TH aid PABHHAM.
I am ow manulacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell a
JL STIEIEijSr IFIE IOJEI
Dealers In this State need not irant to so East foi CANDIES.
A trial is solicited.
B. & J. WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery- ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourtoentla Street , - Oaa.a.b.a , , 4 ' *
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
Cor. 13th. and Sarnsy Streets , h i
pring and Summer Styles.
A. POLACK ,
C L O T H IE R ,
233 Famb.am St. Hoar
Fine and Medium. Clotliiag,1 -1
and Furnishing Goods.
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