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VOL : iv. OMAHA MONDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 141874. - . NO.
TEE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD bOSEWATEU , Editor ani Prop'r.
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: LEADING HATTER !
s"f Best Goods ,
/ Farnham St-
Opposite the \ rT , A Tl A
Grand ( Vntr.,1 Hotel , f U1M AH A.
K OMAHA BDSIHISSS DIRECTORY.
A Smith. 185 liarneT street. bet.
McClure and 12th. deU&U
QLA83 AND PIOTORE F3'ME8.
T Iteln'uart. 1S6 Poml.is street , dealei In
( J .window glass and picture Irauids. ( llarlng
done to order. aJ2tf
BOOTS ACT SHOES.
Lane , 155 Farnham st , between lUh
Philip 115h feU9rl
Later , corner 12th and Douglas streets ,
HI and wholesale deiler In
and in and confectionery. Country tmde so-
lloeted. ai > lt (
' i tnilot , coal , lime , cemen Hialr etc. ,
F'and st. fcliUmS
R JT dguttcr , No. 200 Fnrnham st. 1el7tf
A new lanndrr opened at oil llth St. , Ift
JFarnhan. . rnd Douglas. The washing and
ironing will be done to' rdcr , tint class work
premium Soap Worts , Powell A Co , still
IT manu'acftre their Premium Soap. FTB
first premium /awarded by the i-oug'a county
and State fairs , and Pottawattamle county , la.
1 ! Orders soll'Juil from the trade
K , F. SMYTHE. G. C. QP.AVE3.
SMYTHE & GRAVES ,
Room 5 Creishton Block.
E. ESTABIIOMK. r. JI. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crelshton Block , Omaha , Neb.
OhXTER L , THOMAS ,
Attorney and Counselor at Lair.
OmOE-Boom Sos VLscher's Block ,
OMAHA - NEB.
W , J.
Jsfptrlct Attorney Tor Second Jud
OFUCS South sUe ot Tarnbam , between
1Mb an < 16th sta. , opl-osite Court House.
MPA1IKE GODWIN , .
Attorney at Lawi
( IlellmaB Bkck , )
490 THIETEEKTH 8TEEET. OMAHA
G. W. AMBROSE ,
I KEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
QUA HA - IEB
arttr _ _
T. W. T. Kicnards ,
Attorney at Law ,
Oiflce 400 13th St. , bet Farnnam
and llarnoy Omaha , Xeb.
f 0. Bor 80
O. BALLOU ,
OBco n Crelgbton'a tiew block , touthoatt cor
room , floor.
A. BALDTTIN .20. It. O'BKIEX.
BA&DWIK i. O'BHIEJT ,
Office Caldwell Block , T)0agu ! Ftreet ,
OMAHA. - - - - NEBEAfiKA.
* < cu. K. rXITCUETT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT ,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
OS50A Twelt i Sreet.
Address Lff * Bn * M Omaha ,
j. s. SHROPSHIRE"
Attorney- - Law
Boom No. 1 , S. E. Coiner 15th and Douglas Sts ,
OMAHA , - -
bAVAGE & MANDERSOft ,
Attorneys at Law ,
242 FABNIIAH STBEAT.
JOHN C. CONES1 ,
. . - -
OMAHA , AEUBASKA.
JUIIM K. KKLLKV ,
Attorney s Counselor at Law
Office Room JjCrelghtcn Block , ! -OMAHA.
Oor. 15th and UcngUs Bts. JOMAHA.
SOLICITED AND PBOMPT-
SOLLECTIOKS to. No charge unless collee
ns arerasJc. Hoatrstolct and rents col-
ectcd. Heal estate boucht and sold. aplTU
JOHN TO LYTLE ,
AttoraeT-at-Law and Solicitor in
OTFIOL-Orer Firtt Katlonal Biak ,
N , J. BURNHAM ,
ATTORXEI AND COUNS LLOB 11
S. E. Cr 15th and Doaglai StrMta.
OMAHA - - NEB ,
FIRST came the drouth , then the
voracious grasshoppers , and now the
hungry horde of politicians are going
to scour the country.- * *
FOUR icfcets are now In the field ,
and the army of disappointed office
seekers Is now numerous enough to
organize a party of their own "the
sorehead party. "
"DON'T all speak atonce , " will be
the fervent prayer of the bewildered
Granger when he learns that the
thirty-two candidates on the four
State tickets propose to stump the
EXTREMES usually meet , hence it
is not surprising that the Bourbon
organ exhibits such tender aflection
for the fanatics wh < > are trying to
build up a prohibition party in Ne
ALECK STEPHENS , who some
months ago went home to die , has
concluded to defer his departure for
another world until of tbe good poo-
people of Georgia shall have en
dorsed his salary grab by another
THE most vital issue for the people
ple of Nebraska is th < * proposition
to frame a new Constitution. The
Bepublican is the only platform
that expresses a demand for a new
Constitution , and still the opposi
tion prate about the failure of Re
publicans to deal with the livirrg
issues of the day.
Mosns II. SYDKNHAM has been
commissioned by Governor Furuas
as Nebraska's delegate to the
National Capital removal conven
tion , \vhfch assembles at Louisville
October 22d , 1874. Moses is su
premely happj' . The fervent
prayers of Moses have at last been
answered. Even a brigadier gen
eral's commission on iho Governor's
staff would not have been half as
welcome as is this privilege to join
the immortal conclave of rattle
brained agitators who propose to re
locate the National Capital. Among
them the "Central Star" of Moses
will shine with resplendent lustre ,
and his map of the future National
Capital at Centoria , Nebraska , \ \ ill
elicit marked admiration.
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our wu make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
JIailroad Tu. cls
bought and sold by I * . Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 296 Fan.harn street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
J. MOOREHEAD ,
AND PHARMACIST ,
Patter's Block , Bet California & Webster Ets.
OMAHA , NEB.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully
je263tn * comnoundnU
OFFICE , No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet 13th & 14th Sts. . OMAHA.
OF Oldest urnctol irlV > ntl < ; t8 in tlieclty
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
Bet. 1 th and 14th , up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain , by use of II 1-
trous Oxide 3 as.
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispense * his own medclnes , and besides
regular practice , makes specialities of Derange
ment * and Diseases Peculiar to Women , Fistu
la , Piles and other Diseases of the Krctum.
OVPICE : Corner Faruham and 14th utreeU ,
first door to the right , up ntn ! f. Resldeqc- ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 nnd IHUi , next
to Lutheran Church Omana , > "eV Addrru
Lock Hex SH.
MB8. J. E. VAA UKUCOOU.
Eclectic Physician *
Residence and offici 259 Dodge st bet 14th nnd
Upecial attention paid to obntclricj and dls
8 e * peculiar to women and children. f3tf.
Hamlet Or urn ,
GENCKiL DEALCB J.V
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
6th st , between Jones and tearenworth sis.
TO TUE PUBLIC A MO3T COMplete -
QFFEUS line of Drv Goods. Fancy Goods ,
noolen and Cotton I tunnels , Wrapper Detains
Woolen bhawls and all kinds of fall and winter
material for ladles' and chUdrcns' dresses. Al
so Calico ? ' of all crades and description * a ppe-
cialtr. Boots and elides for ladies ' gents' and
chili Idrens * wear. neptld3mo
IIEJfRV. the popular Saloon k fl > er , has re
fitted up the basement of old Hrrald buiIJirg ,
cor. J3th and Douglas Sts. , where , in connec
tion with liH bar he U out a Lunch every
morning aLd OKAKD LUXCU EVERY SAT
URDAY. ( Jive him call. al dtf
P , FALLQN ,
Press Goods , Silks and Trimmings
So. 203 Dodje ' "eet , between Mtbaiid 13ih.
Dress maMne done -with neat
ness and dispatch. Orders
C. F. ZZAMA2TXT ,
171 Cor. FarntaBBinnd Eleventh Sti
AU kinds of TAILORING , ( leaning and re
pairing doqe at reasonable rates. A fine lot ol
VUBNISUINO GOODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap.
JOHN H. GKEEN ,
GHAUT , FLOUR AXD FEED ,
VERY LATEST ,
The Black Hills as They Appear
to One of Custer's Officers.
-The Other Side of this
Rumors of Serious Trouble
Between Germany and
NEW YORK , September 12.
Mrs. Zirumermans dwelling
house was destroyed last night by
the explosion of a kerosene lamp ,
loss $4,000 , partly insured , the fur
niture was paved.
BAVOXNK , Sept 13.
The Carlist general , Qambals , is
making great preparations for his
fierce attack on Purcerida , and de
clares that he will bum the town
NK\V YoiiKjSept. 13.
Weatou commenced a live hun
dred mile walk at the hippodrome
at 12 o'clock to-night. He will at
tempt it in six days.
LONDON , Sept. 13.
A rumor comes from the' gold
coast that the King of Ashantee v ill
soon be deposed.
Half of the town of Bomnybon
was destroyed by fire.
MADRID , Sept. 13.
A levy of three thousand troops
will bo sent to Cuba the end of this
month and five thousand more in
PARIS , Sept. 13.
President MacMahon , in receiv
ing the newly appointed Spanish
ambassador , Friday , promised the
friendliest co-operation of France ,
especially in the interest and pros
perity of Spain.
NEW OKLKANS , Sept. 13.
Notwithstanding the reported
seizure of arms , this city is usually
quiet , and there is no excitement.
In every ca&e where arms were
seized the shipments were omitted
from manifest and the goods were
improperly marked. It is reported
hero that the white leaguers of St.
Martinsville have captured , and are
now shipping , the United States
oration appropriation to the suffer
ers by the late overflow.
NEW YOBIC , Sept. 13.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany , having chartered the TransPacific -
Pacific Company's steamers Vasco
de Gama and Vancouver , for the
peiiod of fifteen months , have issud
their tariff for teas from China and
Japan , as follows : To San Fran
cisco , two cents per pound ; to New
York , Baltimore , Philadelphia , Bos
ton , Montreal Quebec , Toronto , Chicago
cage , and Cincinnati , four cents per
pound. This movement , it is said ,
will give all the importers of the
United States the option of the New
WASHINGTON , Sept. 13.
An intelligent officer of Custer's
command , who is with the Black
Hills expedition , says that the news
paper correspondents have giv n an
undue importance to that country ,
and have represented it as a para
dise , when Its counterpart cannot
be found in many places. Plenty
of gold is not found , and none in
quartz. Old and experienced
miners accompanying the expedi
tion , who were charged with look
ing for gold , were not at all enthusi
astic. The reports of rich gold de
posits and other minerals are said
to be purely rumors.
The country is to "be rich in pas
turage , well watered , fine timbered
and would be desirable for farming
purposes ; but , however , the country
belongs to the Indians and their
right. It is guaranteed by a treaty
with the government , and if an
assay Qf war , acting under instruc
tions of thePrcsldoqt , is Determined ,
the Indians shall be protected as
their rights therein.
NEW YORK , Sepr. 13 ,
The Worjd's special correspondent
in a latter dqtcd London , August
30th , says : "I hear from Q scarce
that commands my confidence that
the difference between Bussla and
Germany is really serious. Russia
was seriously offended at the refusal
of Germany to support the Russian
demands at the Belgium Cohgrpss ,
It was even more offended at the
attempt made by Germany to as
sume the rqle 01 arbitrator of peace
of the Spanish government. My
information gives some complicated
points whereby Russia seeks to em
broil Franco and Germany in a
quarrel conpernjngthp CarlLsts , and
to use the quarrel for purposes of hep
own. Russian diplomacy is to as ,
tute to be easily understood , but it
may be useful to boar in mind the
facts I have just stated. "
A Times Washington special eays
that President Grant arrived there
at 4 o'clock yesterday morning.
Owing to repairs to the White
House he proceeded to Jhe l ousif of
Maashal Sharpe , whose' guest ho
will l > e until next Tuesdry when he
leaves for his farm n St Louis.
It is not probabte tljat a formal
cabinet meeting wil } be held , but
the members will consult with the
President on Monday.
The President gives a diunerto
the Aztec club and the present sur
vivors of thp Mexipan war. The
niembers of that club take a trip
down tha Potomao.
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO , September 12.
Catte } Receipt ; , , 1,500. Good
grades fairly actiye and prices
steady at 4 50a5 00 for common to
fair ; GQOaGoO for good to choice
shipping steers ; Texans , 1 75a3 75 ;
stockers , 2 25a5 00. '
Hogs Receipts , 5,000. Good
grades active and firm , but other
grades weak ; choice and extra ,
7 50a8 00 ; fair to good , G 75a7 35
low grades , 5 50a6 50.
Sheep Receipts , 300. Market
quiet and steady * at 2 25a4 50.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Beported for the Omaha Dally Bee ,
bv ths Ati.ntlo and Pacific TeleEraPh Oo.
THE EAST ,
Articles have been signed for a
Single Scull Match between
Morris of Pittsburg.and
Brown of Halifax.
It is reported that several
thousand dollars worth of
arms are to arrive at
They are to be received by
1000 White Leaguers armed
and ready for business.
[ Special to in * UCE |
BEATUICE , Neb. , Sept. , 12.
Tue statement made by Lincoln
correspondents to Omaha papers
that Senator Griggs has declared for
Weston for United States Senator ,
is wholly untrue.
NATHAN S. BLAKELY ,
FORDYCE ROPEH ,
W. H. COLBY ,
Delegates to Senatorial Conv'n.
NEW ORLEANS , Sept. 12.
Six boxes of arms marked dry
goods , shipped from New York by
the steamer Dallas to the fifth ward
by the White League Club , whore
they were seized by the police to
day as they were being landed.
PITTSBURO , Sept. 12.
Articles for a single scull match
on the 2oth , between Morris , of this
city , and Bro\\n , of Halifax , were
received and signed by Morris this
morning. Ho leaves for St. Johns ,
N. B. , this evening , accompanied
by Siebert , his trainer.
BOSTON , Sept. 12.
Charles II. Ballard the alleged
piincipal of the Boylaton , New
York bank robberj' , several years
ago , was arrested in New York a
few days since and is now in jail
here. Immediately after the rob
bery , Ballard sailed for Paris ,
where he has since resided until two
MEMPHIS , Kept. 12.
The parties arrested at Picketts-
ville by United States soldiers , for
complicity in the Trenton outrage ,
have not yet arrived. "When they
arrive they will be examined before
the United States Commissioner.
Another ot the negroes who escaped
from the outrage is here , but refuses
to say anything about the shooting
of the six men near Trenton.
NKW IOKK , Sept. 12.
The case of RPV. Mr. Kendrick ,
of the Methodist Protestant Church ,
on Grand street , Wilharnsburg ,
which has been undergoing a trial
by a committee appointed by the
annual conference , on a charge of
drunkenness and unseemly conduct ,
was finished to-day. The commit
tee rendered a report finding Ken
drick guilty , and expelling him
from the conference and church.
MEMPHIS , Sept. 12.
The names of prisoners brought
here from Gibson county are suppos
ed to have been concerned in the
late Fenton massacre of negro pris
oners are T. Z. Houston , J. F. Dar
ren , W.F. Peeple , A. M. Fly , J. S.
Morgan. Monroe Morgan , J. P.
Hall , and W. I. Eldridge. The last
named surrendered himself to the
marshall who made the arrest with
a detachment of U. S. troops. The
prisoners will be examined tomorrow
row before U. S. Commissioner
Garrett. The negro witness Doug
las Jamieson wno claims to have
escaped from the massacre of pris
oners is also in jail held to give his
BROOKLYN , September 12.
Moulton's statement is the topic
of conversation here and obscures
all minor developments in the
Beepher case. The evening papers
refrain from coniment at present ,
Cleaving comment to be passed upon
the case by the common sense of the
community. Much conjecture is in
dulged in as to whether or not the
committee of investigation will ta.ko
action on this statement ) opinions
at presentaredividod as to whether
they will Ignore } t , or rnakeit cause .
for supplementary Investigation ,
The reverend's friends claim that } t
contains but little that is new , and of
what there is new , there Is but little
pf sqflicient importance to challenge
thecommHtpe'aattontJon. ' All wil )
now be left to ttie courts for settle
ORLEANS , Sept. 12.
A number of creditors of the
citizen's bank have met and adopt
ed resolutions expressing confidence
in that institution. The president
of the bank has sent a letter to thp
Governor not to prosecute the
claims of the State against that in
stitution , and assuring him that the
assets ex2eed the liabilities. . The
Governor in response states that he
could take no steps in the matter ,
and it has been referred to the At-
tornpy General and.h . > pnlnlqu'of
it obtained. ' '
It is reported here that a promi
nent member of the White League
states that several thousand dollars
worth of arms are shortly to arrive
am } will be met at the landing by
one thousand White ' Leagures ,
armed. He states 'that any attempt
to interfere with the removal of the
arn)3 will be the sjgnal for an at >
lac f upon the aggressors , \v\\o \ \ eyer
they may bo.
General Badger and Judge McAr-
thur , a police justice , and Mr Cur
tis , property clerk of the police de
partment , were to-day committed
to thp county prison fortwentv-four
hours for contempt of court , by Jus
tice Houstop , Jn refusjng to Deliver
on a writ three cases of arms be
longing to the Fifth Word White
League Club , and seized by detect
ives. The Governor at once par
doned all three. The arms arp hed ]
by the police as evidence. Three
cases of arms were seized by the
police in the store of A. OHver , No.
80 Canal street , but caused little ex
g jg.s y
N EW YORK , Sept , 12.
Julius Mendelssohn , who claimed
that thegreat composerof thatname
was his father , and who was yester
day found guilty of forgery , took
arsenic in the Toombs this morning
and died about 9 o'clock.
LONDON , Sept. 12.
The strike of cotton operators at
Belton was inaugurated to day
One thousand operators in all struck
work. They were employed in 78
mills and which have snspended
operations. Forty-eight mills em
ploying IjflOOnands is still working.
iiONDON , Sept. 12.
The Japanese embassador to Pe-
kin , has arrived here. He proposes
to submit the Formosa difficulty for
arbitration to the President of the
NEW IORK , Spot. 12.
The Herald , this morning , pub
lishes a letter to its editor from Mar
shal Bazaine , dated Bois de Breaux ,
near Liege , September Gth. Tbo
letter is printed both in French and
English , and reviews the late war
between France and Germany.
Bazaine complains ho was a victim
of the army and the nation. He
had but two supports ; these were
the Emperor , who "is dead , and
TBIers , who has been set aside and
replaced by McMahon. He says ho
would not have attempted
to escape had McMahon seen
fit to lesson the severities
of his captivity. He considers now
that during his trial he should have
employed the same weapons as
McMahon , and she a how the
latter was defeated , and had evacu
ated Alsace , and was one of the
first authors of the army disasters.
McMahon hail been as unfortunate
at Sedan as he ( Bazaine ) at Met ? .
Trochu and Ducrot were in Paris
and Bourbake and CHnchant were
in the east , but ho forgot all this
when he became Piesident. He
says that the court were puzzled as
to what course to pursue. They con
demned and absolved him at the
same time , and in the same breath
declared him a criminal and a hero.
Ho expresses gratitude toward the
Emperor and Thiers , and says if the
latter liad not been overthrown , he
would have found means of avoid
ing the disgraceful trial to which he
was subjected. He does not con
sider his literary career as ended.
: > ? ? , Sept. 12.
Tlie ofllclal report of Qon , Nelson
A. Miles of liis march from Camp
Supply to his present position on
the south bank of the dry fork of
the Was-chita river , Texas , vas re
ceived at the headquarters of the
army yesterday. After giving the
details of the march ho says : "I
am satisfied that the Cheyennes ,
Kiowas and Comanches have con
centrated at the headwaters
of the north fork of the Red
river and its affluents and
on the Elm Fork , and I propose to
continue the movement in that di
rection. The Indians appear to be
burning the prairies south of us , and
will doubtless leave the country a
barren waste. Should they con
tinue thus it would embarass our
movements and be Injurious to our
stock , and undoubtedly prolong the
campaign. After conversing as I
have , with men who have lived
with the Indians for months , and
have traded with them for years
and have also supplied them
witli arms , I am of the opinion
that the strength of the Indians has
been greatly under-rated , and tbat
they are we'l ' armed with rifles of an
improved pattern , and provided
with an abundance ot ammuni
tion. Indeed , it is doubtless ihe
confidence in their strength , in
spired by the possession of these
arms , which has occasioned their
outbrealcand depredations , to sup
press which these organizations
h'ave been organized. "
NEW YORK , Sept. 12.
The papers this morning com
ment at length upon Moulton's
statement , and in a manner which
must prove satisfactory , at least to
Moulton , who expected by this doc
ument to thoroughly vindicate him
self before the public. The only
article favorable to Moulton is con
tained in the Herald's editorial. It
considers that Moulton , in this state
ment , clears himself of the charges
of blackmail , and that any further
defense on his part Is unnecessary.
The question now is to be innocent ,
but it Is useless now to test that
question out of the court. The
climax of the scandal appears to
have been reached , and legal decis
ion is all that the public desire.
The Tribune dissects the state
ment at length , and reduces it to
four points , as follows :
First. He gives from memory
words which he , Beecher , confessed
to him of improper relations with
'Second. Asserts that the confes.
sion was jnacie In the hearing of
Third. Produces loiters passed be
tween Beecher and Mrs. Tilton after
the allpged confession.
Fourth. Finally declares that
Beecher confessed to him that he
had pomrnjttert adultery wth } anr
As to the first and second the
Tribune holds that the lan
guage , as to that of Beeoh-
er's , shows no evidence of guilt ,
and in the malignant earnestness ,
which Moujton tries to twist evil
significance out of these innocent ,
albeit gushing sentences , there Is
something of the devil's own tem
Regarding the fourth the Tribune
says : We know the particulars of
this case ; we know Moulton's charge
to he an atrocious calumnity , with
out the shcdow of justification , and
at the proper day the truth will be
established by indisputable evidence.
The Tilbune denounces Moulton
in the severest and most scathing
tones , and says it will arpi } Mr _ ,
Moulton deeper than a.ny revelation
of baseness mid treachery than may
be made by Beecher or his friends.
It is such a document as one might
expect from ft ma.ii wh.o allqwa
his frjend to make merchandise of
wife's ' honor , and act as broker In
the transaction. Jt Is brutal , coward
ly , and infamous. The Times , Sun
and Wo'rld consider that the state ?
incnt does not materially change
tip ) paso ,
The Times says that It is offered
for a double purpose : First , as
defehse ; and second , as a fresh ar
raignment against Beecher , hut
The World questions Moulton's
veracity poccernius many of his
declaratlons-and says tha.t it would
be an outrage upon common sense to
believe what he tells until the belief
has been forced upon us by other
"OF. . Soap Faotoryl
Situated on th * line of the Union Pacific
Bailroad , near the powder house. Manufac
tures first-class soap lor home consumption
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
NEW ifORK , September 12.
Money Easy at 2@2 } per cent.
Foreign Exchange Heavy ; 4 S4
for sixty daj-s ; 4 SGfor sight.
Gold Dull and heavy , with all
sales at 109 } .
Governments Neglected , but
prices steady ; currency sixes , 11GJ.
Stocks Dull at opening , but more
active after midday ; prices strong in
early trade under the leadership of
Union Pacific , which advanced to
32 } , but subsequently , on reports of
reduced earnings in Wabash , North
west and St. Paul roads , consequent
upon the withholding of grain from
shipment because of a grain corner
in Chicago , these latter stocks loll
off to the lowest price of the day ;
St Paul dropped to 32 ; W U to 75 J ;
Wabash 32 j , and Lake Shore from
74f to 74 } .
The New York city bank state
ment shows a large increase in de
posits , while the gain in total re
serve is § 093,000. The banks now
hold $25,718,375 in excess of the 25
per cent legal requirements. The
following are the figures : Loans in
creased § 1,782,900 ; specie increased
$971,800 ; legal tenders increased
$278,800 ; deposits increased , $3,136-
500 ; circulation decreased 36,700.
New York Produce Market.
NEW YORK , Sept. 12.
Flour Dull ; surperfino state and
western 4 50@4 75 ; extra , 4 90 ©
Wheat Stronger ; No 1 spring ,
1 27@1 30 ; No 2 Chicago , 1 16 ©
1 18 ; No 2 Milwaukee spring , 1 24 ©
Corn Steady ; Western mixed ,
afloat , 97a99.
Oats Dull ; western mixed , new ,
Rye 92al 00.
Provisions Very quiet.
Mess Pork 25 cents better.
Lard Better ; 13 } for Oct.
Leather In good demand and
firm , without material change.
Chicago Pruuuce market.
CHICAGO , Sept 12.
Flour Steady , tending upwards ;
cash , 67 ; September , 90 } ; Ootober ,
94 } .
Corn Steady ; cash , 77J ; Septem
ber , 96 } ; October , 74.
Oats Weaker ; cash , 49 } ; Sep
tember , 45 } ; October , 44.
Barley Weak ; cash 94.
Highwines 1 01.
Pork Quiet ; cash , 23 00 ; Octo
ber , 14 2514 50 ; year , 11 25all 37 } .
Corner of Comings and Twenty-second streets
The finest lager bser con *
stantly on hand.
CIIAS. WEYJIULLElt. Prop
VAE BORA'S MACHINE
All kinds of light au.1. heavy
MACHINERY MADE& REPAIRl/ .
266 HAENET 8TEEET. - "OMAHA.
G. W. HOMAN , Sr. ,
Oilers for the necessities of the public , a
First-Class fleam aM Carriages ,
All orders promptly attended to by leaving
them at Cor. 13th and Ilarcor Sts. ag25tf
a * .
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor. IGth and Dodge Sts.
Prompt attention given to sales of household
furniture , s ore goods , horses , cattle , etc. , either
at store or owner's residence. Bcal Estate at
public or private Bale. aug31dtf
STOVE STOR3. :
E. F. COOK ,
637 14th St. , between DcragUii
Manufacturer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
Wire , and dealer In
Cooking and Heating stove s
Stamped , Japanned and Frenth War on
and. lin Roofing , ( juttcnand Sjioatlug and
Work -lone and warranted.
THE COMING iTUUuGLE.
The voters of our nation.
Ai ne'er was knowa before , '
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's rocsy hore.tj
Why Is th'g mighty change ?
What can the meaning be ?
The rising of the masses
From northern lake to couthern'sea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' Era-e * *
Forbids a nation drenched In patriots' blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore ,
Though obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not one cent for tribute.
Hut millions for defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but aa ropes of sand.
The i ighti of man to be a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shill our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly crsot
The emblem of the free.
In trade we'll try to deal ,
As man should deal with man. .
And whiln we seek to live aurse'v&s ,
We'll tell a ] cheap aa anybody can
And U a bat you uooi ;
Or inecd you chance to meet ,
Remember Bunce , the Hatter ,
On Upper Douglas Street.
K. OllXBq. C. J. K ABB.it H
: GllETlE & KABBACII ,
15th at. totwe a Farnham and arney a'l
OMAHA , - - NEB.
U ! U FACTCBCB Or
Spring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
. * VEXTIOH PAID TO
PASTICDLAE 1C SHOEING.
B -R * pairing of wagon and blacksmlthln ?
prouptlv done at reaioiabl * nrlces
UNION MARKET ,
R. A. HARRIS ,
537 Fifteenth Erect , bet. Douglu ud Bodge.
BEEF , FORK ,
Mutton and Veal ,
Fish , Poultry , Game ,
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
? "D C *
Us JTL O
. \NDDEALERS _ IN
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COS13TH ST
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SIFIR/IHSTGr JLIsTlJ STJUUCIMIIEIR , SIEj SOUST
Is Complete now ; Onr Assortment in
Clothing a Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises th. © Latest Novelties.
THE IiATEST ST"2TiES ZET SATS AUD CAPS.
We Dave also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OTJRGOODS LOWER THAN EVER.
[ . HELLMAN & CO.
OWN , 248 Douglas Street ,
DRY GOODS ,
AND OIL CLOTH.
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened toabe
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of j
MERINOS , EMPRESS CLOTHS , RSPELLAN'T'S ' ' ,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also VELVET & BEAVER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO l/.NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEN IN GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTING RU8S , AND MATS ,
Furniture , bedding , Mirrors ,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP-
HOLSTERY trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
fe ST-bmpletie assortment oi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
TbSrSIPS gocls' T111 .116 Peering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone
anything in this -line , to examine his stock before
, LOUNGES &c. , UPHOLSTERED AXP
COVERED TO ORDER.
. SHIVERICS ,
L. WOODTVORTH ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Wood Stock ,
WAGOX HARDWARE ,
Patent Wheels , Finished Gearing , &c.
Axles , Springs and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks and Buggies
Stuilebacker IWagqn. Depot.
G B , O C
Nil s ,
S. ECOR. . OF TE5TH and FABNIIAH.
I air. cw manulacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell a
Dealers In this State uecJ not irant to go East foi CANDIES.
A trial is solicited.
. 12 tia. .
B. & J. WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Street , Omatia. , XTob
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
Cor. 13th. and Sarnoy Streets ,
OM.AJB.A. : .
Fall And Winter Styl
A. POLACK ,
233 Farnbam St. ITear ! < &th.
Fine and Medium Clothing,1
and Furnishing Goods.
THA-lsT TiKIE !
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