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Ninth and Teutli
TERMS OF SUhSCKIPTlON :
copy , one year. In aoTance _ _ _ .87.00
six months , In advance 4-W
" three menths in sdTance 2.0"
fVU not paid in ad ranee , 88 per annum wiU
colleted
BREMIUIfl HATTER
FREDERICK.
Beat and Cheapest
Hats and Caps.
OMAHA.
OMAHA BMESS DIRECTORY.
OBACKER HAKUFAOIOET.
RCcClure * Smith. 185 Harner itreet. bet.
JVl llth and 12th. decl&U
BOOTS ADD SHOES.
-r hUlp t ng , 155 Farnbam it , between 10th
Jtaud 115h febWrl
OOHFEOTIOHEBY.
. Latey , corner 12th and Douglu atretu ,
. imnufacturer aud wholesale dealer in
candles and confectionery. Country trade so-
lioeted. pHf
COAL DEA.LEES.
TV > lan4 < * Elliot , coal , lime , cemen ihalr etc. ,
IT 131 FaniJiam U feblSmS
PAWH BROKER.
f Elgutter , No. 200 Farnham at. e7U
LAUHDRY ,
new laundrr opened at oil Uth t. , * * *
4 FarnLan. i-nd Doniilas. The wathlng and
ing will be done to order , firat class work
TVemlum Bo p Worti. Powell A Co , atill
t manufact-ire their Puratusa Soap. Five
f t premium , -awarde.l by th Longla- county
Si State fairs , and PotUwattimU county , la.
OnSers BollnUd from the trade
A1TOBHKTB.
B. F. SMVTUE. O. a GRAVES.
SMYTHE & GRAVES ,
Attorneys -at-law.
Boom 5 Creighton Block.
SAVAGE & MAND6RSON ,
Attorneys at Law ,
242 FABSIIAM 8TBEAT.
c. con is ,
COUNSELOR.
OFFft/S-CBEIGHTON'd BLOCK ,
OMAHA , KEHBASKA.
mint _
T. W. T. Kicnnnte ,
Attorney at Law ,
Office 400 13th St. , bet. Farnbam
and Ilarnoj Omaha , Neb.
P' 0. BOT
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BEDICK'S OPERA 1IOUSE
OMAHA - NEB.
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E. ESTABROOE. W. M. FBANCIS
-ESTABROOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE CrefcbUm Block , Omaha , Neb.
DhXTER L THOMAS ,
Attornej and Ce * filer at Law.
0FIOK-Eoom No ViMoher1 ! ? look ,
NEB
OMAHA - -
JOHN K IIKL.LKY ,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
Office Boom 2 , Orelchton Block , I . OMAHA
Cor. 15th and OJonglu Eta. f '
/-XOLLECTIOKS SOLICITED AND PEOSITT-
\j ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. Houses to let and rents rol-
cctod. Beol estate boucht and sold.
O. BALLOT ! .
ATTORNEY at LAW
Officn n CSrotehlon's bow block , southeast cor
ruou , floor.
OMAHA. > iB .
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J. S. SUHOPSHIRE.
Attorney- - Law
0001 > 'o. 1 , 8. E. Corner 15tb and Douglas Sts ,
NEBR.
03SIAHA. - -
J. SSPAGM. x
SPAL'N & PRITCHE'IT ,
Attorneys ttid Counselors t Law.
1 . fins Twelf. J ? > Jtiet.
AdJieia lk > * " 'U1a Omaha.
CONNELL
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, Att irner for ! * ecoBd Jad-
jclal District.
-ou * W o
1Mb " tth .tfct oppo tii C
J. . BALDWIK - > . X. O'BBHB. . .
HAI.nWIN * O'DKIEBft
ATTOBNF.YS-LAW
Oltce OJawell Block , Douglas F.treet ,
NEBBASKA.
OUAHA. - - - -
PARKE GODWIN ,
Attorney at
( HftUiuan Blt.ek , )
4l THIBTEEKTH 8TEEET. OJCAHA
M 1m _ _ _ _ _
JOHN W. LYTLE ,
aad Solicitor ia
Fqaity.
jEFiat-Orer Rrrt tfttiaua Buk ,
. J. BUBNHAM.
.iTTOBNE ? ASD COUNSlJtLOB IT
LAW ,
S. E. C < * 1st11 lind Dpa1" Straeta. .
OMAHA . , " " . ' NEB
EBBASKA has a "ticketofleave
man , " and his wife wears a green'
back bustle.
THE United States Grand Jurj
has adjourned without electing i
United States Senator or re-locating
the State Capital.
" LEAD us uot into temptation "
ought to be engraved in bold reliel
over the entrance into the Execu
tive office at the Nebraska capitol ,
IP Moses Sydenham could oiilj
induce Hargeant Bates to precede
him with the American flag on his
proposed lecturing tour , we could
safely guarantee the removal of the
National Capital by Anne Dorniui
2000.
A SIUCH abused and maligned in
dividual who figured somewhat con
spicuously in a Pittfeburg Police
Court , brought suit for libel against
the Pittsburg Leader for alleged
damages , and the jury has awarded
him six cents , with the glorious
privilege of paying costs of suit ,
amounting to se feral hundred del
lars.
An indiscriminate slaughter m
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
Railroad Tickets
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 296 Faruhain street.
Unredeemed fledges for Sale.
may Iy26
XZamlet _ Or vim ,
OENEKAL DEALER IK
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
9th st , tetween Jones and Heaven worth sts.
TO THE PUBLIC A MOST COMplete -
QFFEttS line of Drv Goods. Fancy Good ? ,
olenand Cotton Flanuels , Wrapper DeLains
Woolen Shawls and all kinds of fall and winter
material for ladUs' anil cliildrens' dresses. Al
so Calicoes of all srades and descriptions a cpc-
clalty Boots and Mioes for Indies' geuta' and
s' wear. sepUdSrao *
JJEKTIPTHY.
/ rrUfcRLFS * \
( $ $
B33ETTISTS ,
OFFICE , No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
rr STUUS.
Bel. 13th & 14th Sis. . OMAHA.
; in tlie city
A BILLINGS .
DR , , ,
B t. 1th and llth , up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain , by u > e of Ni
trous Oilde on a.
-Office open tci ! ccc e5tl
L VAN GAMP M. D.
Dispenses nl own medclnes , and besides
regular practice , makes B ( > ccbJit.eg of Derange
ments and Dbeaics Peculiar to Women , Fistu
la , files and other Dlseues c ( the Uectum.
OPFICK : Comer Farnham and 14th street * ,
first door to the right , up B'airp. Besldeny ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 and nth , uext
to Lutheran Church , Omaha , Jfeh. Artdn-ns
Lock Boa SM. ianrtldimtf
MBS. J. E. VANDEUEOOK.
Eclectic Physician *
Residence and offict 250 Dodge st bet llth and
15th at * .
Hpedal attention paid to obstetrics and dil
ties peculiar to wome n and children. f9tf.
BEES ! BEE8 | ! BEES ! ! !
m HE Undersigned has slxtr swirmj ot na-
JL tire and Italian be < aor sale , In hive * of
the American and Buckeye patents. Strone
( warms at six to eight dollars ea > h , with actual
cost oi hire added. Light swnruis , from four to
six dollti * each. I have nure Ix-es than toe
location Will s f prt , and must sell.
Addre" :
HJBAW CRAIG
Fort Caiboun , Keji"
SPENCER'S
Fruit , and Confection ary
Cor. I3rli ana L avemvortli St * . ,
> fc BRIPO
The Sloni City and ramie itallrcair ,
In Oaoeetloa with th
SIOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
Is 62 mllti the shortest route from Omaha
and Council Bluffs to St , Paul , Hlneaoolls ,
Stillirater , AnoVa , Dnluth , Bismarck , and all
point * ID Minnesota ,
Train leaves Omaha dally , ( ezcrp Saturday )
at 6 o.cloct p. m. , and Council Bluffs at 8:05 : p-
m. , from Chicago A North-Western Depot.
Fare as LOW and lime as QUICK as
by any other Line.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL NIGHT TONS ,
Be sure your ticket reads VIA SIouz City ,
thus avoiding circuitous routes and mldnlgnt
Tickets can b purchase ! at thu offices of the
Chicago A Korthw stern Hallway in Omaha
and Council Bluffs.
Gen'l Pa-'s. A Ticket AgtSI P. A S. a B. K.
St Paul , Minn.
Utn'l Pass , and Ticket Agt. , S. a A P. , Sioux.
Utf , Jowa.
QEO , W. OBATTOS , Agent.
1C3 Fwrnhuu Street , Omaha , Neb.
S-EXAUER.
225 r rnTi Jn Street , - - Omaha , jHeb
WHOLES * ! . ? AND BKT.il L DEALER IX
FURNITURE , BEDDING. EF.
H. ORHBK. O. J. KABBA H
. KEHE & EARBACH ,
15th st. between Farnham an rney s'
NEB.
OMAHA , - -
JlirfOFACTBMR OT
Spring apd Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES AKD C1U11 1GES.
Dealers In and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
ATTENTION PAID TO
PARTICULAR SHOEING.
JWRpairlnft of wsgon and blactralthlng
proaiDUf doat at mwsAble prjcw. a7 < 14 9
YLAT
MIDNIG-KLT.
Grant and the Third Term Bus
iness. What his Intimate
Friends Have to Say
Concerning it.
SAN FRANCISCO , Oct 25.
A tremenduoua raiu storm follow
ed the eclip&e this morning and con
tinued all day ; ' the first heavy rain
of the season.
NEW YORK , Oct 25.
Elizabeth Heflernan , aged 19 ,
fell dead while dancing at dancing
school in 34th street last night ; her
remains were removed to her late
residence on 6th Avenue , where an
inquest will be held.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 25.
Intimat friends of the President
say he has made no allusion what
ever to them concerning the ques
tion of a third terra , nor is it known
that any one has mentioned the sub
ject to him iii conversation , anil
further , he has in no way expressed
himself in such a manner as to in
cline them to believe he has aspira
tions in that direction. They fur
ther remark that although much
has been said and written on the
subject , the question has not come
to him in any form requiring a re
ply and therefore any utterance he
might make would not only be grat
uitous and intrusive , but contrary to
usage.
ORLEANS , Oct 25.
Captain Scovflle of the steamer
Royalty which arrived here last
night from Shrev'eport , states , that
on the way up lie engaged a full
cargo of cotton for the return trip at
points below Bhreveport , but in the
meantime , cavalry having appeared
accompanied by deputy U 8 Mar
shals , who weie reported to have
writs for the arrest of several hun
dred citizens of the parishes border
ing on Ked River. A panto seized
the wbjtes and they indiscriminate
ly took to the woods , while the ne
groes stoppea work. The conger
queuce was , that out of the full car
go engaged , they got but twenty-
five bales , there being no one to
haul the cotton to the landings.
Captain Scoville states that cot
ton picking is almost entirely sus
pended on many plantations which
will cause Heavy losses.
General Emery reviewed the
Droops this morning.
KK\V YORK , Oct 25.
The ceremonies at the consecra
tion of Rev. Edwin R. AVe'lls , D.I ) . ,
Bishop of Wisconsin , were perform
ed today In the presence of a large
congregation in Bt. Thomas Church ,
on FJfth avenue. Bishop Whjpple ,
of Minnesota , preached the sermon ,
who chose for his text the Oth chap
ter * ! at verf"e ° f John. Tie } sermon
was principally dented to { he du
ties of ministers-as ambass 'Jora 1"
God and the new forms of disbelief ,
into winch the people , and especial
ly those whose life is a hard struggle
for existence , are gradually drifting ;
that which they wanted was hope
ful faith in Christ Bishop Smith ,
of Kentucky , the senior bishop qf
the church , presided , assisted by
Lord Bishop Courtney , of Kingston ,
Canada ; Bishop Lee , of Deleware ;
Williams , of Connecticut : Atkin
son , of North Carolina ; Rerfoot , of
Pittsburg , and Huntingdon , of Cen
tral New York , who took part In the
administration of the sacrament
and the ceremony of consecration.
NEW YORK , Oct. 25.
A large publlo meeting wag held
this evening at the church of the
Transfiguration on Twenty-ninth
street , for the purpose of Bearing
addresses from eminent clergymen
on the desirability of establishing
a church building society or fund
Bishop Potter , of this cty } , presided.
He explained the object of the meeting - ;
ing , which , he said , had been held
at the desire of a number of the
Bishops , to consider the efficiency
of forming a general'church build
ing society for the whole country.
He stated that there was a great de
mand for churches in a country
like this , as peopje ne&kd to be
cared for , and suitable qtjumhea
could not be" erected without ait } .
The question was whether' work
could be aided by establishing a
Church society' The Bishop of
New Hampshire then addressed the
meeting , and strongly advocated
the establishment of such an orga
nization.
Rev. Dr. Potter , of Qracp Church ,
then read letters from the Bfshopsof
Connecticut , Nebraska , Montana ,
Massachusetts , Maine and Tennes
see , all expressing themselves in
favor of establishing such a society.
A brief address was then made by-
the Bishop of Central Pennsylvania
strongly In favor of the object *
Bishop Potter stated that another
meeting would be held shortly ,
when proppr action in the matter
would be taken.
\VASUINQTON , Got 23.
Forney's Chronicle says of the
safe burglary case the defendant's
counsel have so far followed , the
theory of defense to be made public ,
but it Is thought that it dependsen
tirely upon the impeachment of'
witnesses for the prosecution , In
cluding Mayor Richards , and In
which we are pretty sure they will
fall. It Is known , however , that
the various prisons throughout the
country will furnish witnesses for
the defense. Two will be brought
here from Sing Sing , one from a
prison In Europe , four or five are ex-
convicts , and the notorious Tom
Ballard , who has been christened
the King of Counterfeiters , comes
from the Buffalo jail It Is pretty
hard to tell what these men will
swear to , but It is to be presumed
that they will swear to anything
desired of them , as by so doing they
hope to secure release from prisons
they are now in , through the influ
ence of Whitely-nnd otber'deteo.-
lives who were indicted. \ ,
The removal of the internal rev
enue stamp printine from the treas
ury department to .fiiewYork will
necessitate the dismissal of about
four hundred hands from the bureau
of printing and engraving. It fla
said , however , that two of the com
panies receiving a portion of the
contract will not be ready to begin
work before the first of January
nest In that case the discharge at
the treasury will not take place' for
a couple of months. %
Secretary Robeson left here again
last evening for New Jersey , to take-
part In the political campaign there.
TXLIIEAPJHG
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported Kir the Omaha Dally Be
bv th Atl tic and Pacific TeleZraPh Go.
THE SOUTH.
Oniy the Leading Shrevepor
Merchants Who Signed the
Labor Pledge Are to
be Arrested.
The Natchetoches Marshal Ar
rests an Editor , and Has
Abont One Hundred .
Warrants to Serve.
BROOKLYN , Oct. 24.
It is understood that Gen. Hutle :
has been retained by Frank Moul
ton , as the leading counsel for thi
defense in the libel suit of Mia
Proctor.
Gen. Butler and ex-Judge Fuller
ion , it is also said , will defend tin
Dally Graphic company in the suil
by the same.
Ex-Judge Fullerton will also de
fend Tiltou in the criminal prosecu
tion for libel.
YORK , Oct. 24.
The failure of W.H. Irwin & Co. ,
produce dealers , is announced. Tbc
steady decline in breadstuff's for i
long time past was the cause of the
failure
There were rumors to-day of othei
produce failures , but no names have
been positively announced. At the
close a prominent and wealthy firm
was mentioned as having suspended
In consequence of first making ad
vances to mills , and then having to
carry the mill property whan goods
were produced at a loss. Nothing
positive could be learned as to the
matter.
WASHINGTON , Oct 25.
It is reported that the President
will call an extra session of his Cab
inet to-morrow , for the purpose of
lisposing of some very important
Business that has accumulated dur
ing his absence.
_ The appointment of federal offl-
: ere in Texas , in place of those who
lave been requested to 'resign , will ,
t Is expected , be made to-morrow.
The new officers have already been
selected anduomiuated by the Pres
(
ident. '
' The safe burglary trial bids fair toast
'
ast two 'or three weeks , and both
sides appear coufident'of 'success.
HARTFORD , uct. 24.
Postmaster General Jewell has
made an exigency contract with
George H. Hay , of New Yorkj an
iti contractor , for government
stamped envelopes to fill a portion
of the orders which have accumu
lated since the termination of the
old contract. Mr. Bay has on hand
a large number of envelopes ready
for delivery. Several tons of post-
office department paper and stock
in "process of1 manufacture , wlijph
must be used by the government or
destroyed. In order to save the old
contractors from this loss , the post
master general ha closed a con
tract with Mr.Ray for the manu
facture of about thirteen millions of
envelopes , which will promptly be
delivered within the next thirty
days.
WASHINGTON , Oct 24.
The commission { q visit the In ;
'
dians for the purpose'ofrerilovlng
the Whetstone agency and securing
the rellnquishment of their right
under the treaty of 1888 , to huntout-
slde of their reservation , has return
ed to this city. The commission ,
consisting qf BJsbop Hare and Mr.
Hinman , of the Episcopal church ;
Dr. Cox and Robert B. Lines , of
Washington , explored the country
east of the agencies to the forks of
White river. .No signs of gold and
no habitable country were found In
the latter region. The site of the
Whetstone agency , at tne urgent re
quest of the military authorities ,
Was placed on Beaver Creek. } n a
country weirtimberfe < f&nu watered.
The negotiations for the cession"of
the right to hunt , for which purpose
Congress had appropriated $15,000 ,
were not completed ,
The Ogalalla's at Bed , Cloud
Agency , are proving refractory.
Saveral bands have already gone on
their annual buffalo h\nt ) , but it is
expected that on their return they
will accept the terms offbred by the
government. The report of the
Commissioners Js being prepared ,
and will soon be submitted ,
SHREVEPORT , Oct. 2 | .
The warrants which were prepa
red yesterday for the arrest of mer
chants who signed the labor pledge
have nqt yet been served.
It Is rumored "that General Mer-
rll now declares that he decs not in
tend to make all of the arrests , but
only make an example of the most
prominent signers.
Another rumor Is in circulation to
the effect that deputy marshals
Keating and White have resigned ,
leaving the commissioner without
" ' ' " " ' "
officers" to serve 'the'warrants ,
A letter from Coiishatta states that
no arrests have been made there
since Sunday.
A gentleman from Neatohetoches
states that Mr. Cosgraves , editor of
the Vindicator , was arrested at that
place on Wednesday by the United
States Marshal and taken to the
Captain of the military. Our in
formant states that Mr. Cosgraves'
friends are not allowed to commu
nicate with him , by the Marshal ,
who says he has warrants for the
arrest of one hundred others IE that
parish.
The cavalry who left here day be
fore yesteniay are now quartered ftt
Minden , . Webster parish , but as yet
have made no arrests.
The company which has been at
Cousbatta and Neatchetoches have
created considerable alarm in Deso-
to parisn , and attempted to make
several unrests , but the parties they
were after had been'advised of their
approach , and as for as heard from ,
made their escape.
F.rdm passengers that came from
the east ills learned that a cavalry
detachment accompanied by U. S.
Marshals are operating In .Uncoln
and Union parishes , but their Inten-
'Ions have not been ascertained.
PHILADELPHIA , Oct. 23.
Commander Austin Pendegrast
of the receiving ship Potomac , dice
to-night of pneumonia , after an ill
ness of erne week. He was a neph
ew of Commodore G. J. jPendegrast
He was born m Kentucky and an.
pointed from that State in 1843
NEW YORK , Oct 24.
Frederick Underbill , of Newark ,
N. J. , Nettleship's bondsman , says
he is convinced that Nettleship has
decamped , notwithstanding reports
of his friendsjto the contrary.
Ihe police last night arrested the
desperado Angeles Antoiuello , Ital
ian , with a string of aliases , charged
with murdering Count Guiseppe
Avegliano and six other persons , in
1867 , at San Simone , while leader of
a band of Italian banditti. He will
be sent to Italy for punishment.
BALTIMORE , October 24.
This is the last day ot the fall
meeting of the Maryland Jockey
Club , and is the great day of the
meeting. The first race was for the
Breckenridge stakes , three year
olds , for five hundred dollars sub
scription , with one thousand dollars
added ; distance , two miles. The
starters were Vanderlite , Brigand ,
and the Hoaxer. At the start Van
derlite led by a length , and at one
and three-quarter miles was twenty
lengths ahead , which he held to the
close. Brigand second , Hoaxer bare
ly saving his distance ; time 3:35. :
In the second race handicap purse
for $400 , distance one mile and a
quarter , ten started ; Kady won , Au-
dubon'second , and Eosnubaum 3rd.
this race was the great event of the
meeting. Four mile heats for all
ages , for Bowie stakes.
Bessie Lee won the first heat by
ten lengths , Silent Friend second ,
and Jack Frost third. Iu the fourth
heat , on the homestretch Jack Frost
pushed to the front and won by a
length , Bessie Lee second , and Si
lent Friend third ; time 7 41.
Bessie Lee won the fifth heat and
race in 8:11. :
NEW YORK , October 24.
The Episcopal convention resum
ed Its sessions. Various business re
ports were received during the
morniugsession , after which the or
der of the day was taken up , being
the memorial of Bishop and diocese
of Texas for a division of that die
cese. Bev. B. A. Kogers , of Texas ,
spoke fully" in support of .the memo-
rial.
rial.Mr.
Mr. Burginn , of Pittsburg , aske.d
and obtained leave to present a re
port from the committee on canons
on the subject of ritual.
The following is the full text of
the canon prohibiting ritualistic
practices and doctrines presented by
the committee :
First If any Bishop has reason to
believe , or if complaint has been
made to him in writing by two or
more of his Presbytery that the cer
emonies during 'the celebration of
the holy'communion' not or
dained or authorized in the
book of common prayer , and set
ting forth or symbolizing erroneous
or doubtful doctrines , have been in
troduced Into 'a parish" within his
jurisdiction , and as examples follow
ing , are declared to be considered as
suph ; the use of incense : the plaping
or carrying , of retaining of tt cruci
fix In any part of the 'place 'of pub-
} } Q wqrsb.jp | the elevation o'f the ele
ments in holy communion in such a
manner as to expose them co the
view of the people as objects towards
Which adoration Is to be made ; any
act of adoration of , or towards the
elements in holy communions , such
as bowings , prostrations , genuflex
ions , and all such acts not author
ized allowed by Bubrlc's book of
or , _ _ _ _ „ 14. U-1lt. _ 41. . .1..4--
COlttiYiOn Plaj'p4 L onoiiptj >
| } iue)4uij )
of such bishop to summon standing
committees as his council of advjce
ana with them investigate matters.
2d. If , after the investigation , It
shall appear to the bishop aud stan
ding committee that erroneous or
doubtful doctrines have in fact been
set forth or symbolized by the cere
monies or practices not ordered or
authorized as aforesaid , it shall be
the duty of the bishop , by Instru
ment of writing under his hand , to
admonish' th& Tnlulster'Of the par
ish to discontinue such admonition.
It shall be the duty of the standing
committee to try him for breach of
his ordination hi view , provided
that nothing la further contained
that shall prevent the presentment ,
trial and 'punishment any"mlri
Ister under , the provisions of section
one , of canon two , title second of
digest. In all Investigations under
the provisions of this canon , the
minister whose acts or practices are
subject matter of Investigation , shall
be notified and have an opportunity
to be heard In his defence. The
charges preferred an < H the findjngs
of the Bfsbop and , standing qomm.it-
tee shall be in writing , and records
shall be kept of the proceedings in
the case. The discussion of this
canon wa9 $ et down for 2 o'clock on ,
Monday afternoon.
The standing committee on can
ons represented every shade of opin
ion fn the church ) except Pr. De-
Kaven and a score of pronouncell
ritualists who follow him. It is in
effect the same as that established
by the House of Bishops at Balti
more in 1871. It was unanimously
reported from the committee , and is
announced as fully approved by the j
Bishops. Thg debate vflbe } \ warm , i
but the eano'n will he adopted in all
probability ,
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Justice of the Peace
Office orer the Stata Bank , cornerof Faro.
bam and IStb traets.
Printing
The Bee Job Printing House
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BOOK AJiD JOB PRINTING
IX TUE
VEPwY BEST STYLES
AND AT TUB
Lowest Cash Prices.
Competent workmen , are in ebargo of the
several departments , and F1BST-CLAS3 work
will be turned out in either
English , Germau , Bohemian ,
or Danish Languages.
POrden may be left at the BEE * count
ing Boom or forwarded by icall and will
r c onunpt atttnUeo. '
Persecution of the Christians o
Montenegro by the
Turks.
Dieastrous Wreck off the Coas
of Scotland , by Which
Twenty-four Lives
are Lost.
PARIS , Oct 24.
The Patrie asserts that Count Voi
Arnim's papers are now in tin
hands of Emperor William.
.LONDON , October 24.
The ship Maggie , belonging tc
this port , has been lost in a gale of ]
Stormway , on the northern coast o
Scotland. Twenty-four persons wert
drowned.
MADRID , Oct. 24
The Republicans have captured an
important'Stragetic position at Co-
recta , on the southern border of the
province of Curuco. They intend
to fortify the place and mak it n
basis.of operations against the Car-
lists hi Cuenca and Vallencia.
VIENNA , Oct. 24.
The Turks in Montenegro con
tinue their outrages on Christians.
They have killed eight Montegroea
and some Saxon residents in the
neighborhood of Podogorizi , and
burned the village. The Christians
were compelled to flee to the moun
tains.
LONDON , Oct 24.
The following are i'okohama ad
vices :
The steamphip China sailed on
the 14th of October for San Francis
co , with nine hundred tons measure
ment of teas and 125 tons silk for
New York , via Panama , and 1,000
tons for San Fiancisco , and 280 pas
sengers.
The steamer Vancouver arrived
October llth from Sau Francisco
and sailed for Hong Kong on tue
14th , arriving at Hong Koug Octo
ber 21st.
LEUALNOTICE.
In the District Court of the United States , for
tlie District of Nebraska In the matter of
Henry P. Handy , Bankrupt.
United Stales District Court Clerk's Office ,
Omaha , Octolier 17th , A. D. 1374.
To whom it may concern.
Take notice hereby , ihat a petition has been ,
to wit..ou the 25th day of September , A. D.
1874 , Bled in said District Court by Henry P.
Handy of Grand Island , in said District , who
has been heretofore duly declared Uai.krupt
under the Act of Congress entitled ' -An
Act to Establish 3 Upifrr System of Bank-
rnpt-y throughout the United States , " approv
ed March 21867 ; ami as" aminendrd July 18C8 ,
for a Uisrliargi and Certificate thereof , from all
his debts aud other claims provable under said
Act , and that theSlst day of October , A.D , 1874 ,
at 2 o'clock , P. SI. , at the office of J. L. Web
ster , Esq. , the Register In Bankruptcy for nald
District at Omaha , In said District , i the time
and place assigned iqr the hearing of'the same ,
whan and Vhere yon laay attend , and thow
cause , if any you have , wbithe Prayer of the
said Petition should norgfti anted.
WATSON B. SMITH ,
Clerk of the U. S. District Court fqr * sld District.
doctl7A4
EEDMAN & LEWJ5 ,
Cor. IGth. ami Jzard Streets.
TJ nyc : BES
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
Je261 m
WANTED ,
I am now ready to contract for fat Hogs to
be delivered on and after the 5th day of Novem
J. E. BOYD.
3D ; y O I\T IEM9
-MAX 7ACTUBE9 OP ASD DEALKE IN-
LamJyjii uins > Y.nd TV Shades ,
HIIUOMOS , ENGRAYIN S AND
%
PICTURE FRAMES.
270 Farnham street.corner iteontb
Schneider & Burmestcr
Manufacturers ot
FIN , COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WABE , DEALEES IN
Cooklng and Heating Stoves.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Gutter' ng don
ihort notice and ic ( he best manner.
I Ilt en treet iieptZ4 dl
Corner of Comings and T-weaty-second streets
The tiuest lager baejr qon.-
* '
stantly on hand. - '
Ie25-6m' CIU8. AVEVMOLLEH. Prop
WILLIAM LATEY ,
3or. 16th and "Webster Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ot
GROCERIES and '
< 263m PROVISIONS.
STATE MILLS
UEALEii IN.
tiRAEf , FLOUR AND FEED ,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
NEW SALOON-
HENBY , the popular Saloon keeper , has re-
Itted up the basement ot old Herald building ,
XT. 13th and Douglas SU. , where , in connec
tion with his bar he feh out a I.uncu every
mornlneand , UBAND LUNCII EVERY SAT-
UKDAY. QITO him a.call.
EBWARD EUEHL.
SIAGISTEB. OF TUE DKt AHT D.
So493 lOti St , betveta Fara am & Haraey.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits , obtainer
! or any one A Tiew o ! tne past , present and lu-
iure. No fe < * charged in care * cf aickners.
J. O ,
Dealer In Staple ant ) Fapoy
GROCERIES ,
Flour and , Feed.
Highest Price paid for Country Produce.
ficoVs Block , 567 15th St. bat Bed a CapTf'
OCtatf. OMAHA , NEB.
YICTOR COFFMAN ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
( OVER ISH'S DBUGiSTORE , )
sau.
CLOTHIERS
* AKD DEALEnS Ih
GOOIDS ,
'
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COR. 13TH ST
We Call tlie Attention of tlie Public to our Extensive
And Well Selected Stock for the
FALL AND WINTER SEASON
Comprising Tlie Latest Styles in . j -
lothing Furnishing Goods.
ill ATS AND CAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES , ETC. .
Prices are Verp"Xiow" to suit tti9 Timos. Call soon at
M. HELLMAN & CO.
STOOIEC , 1873.
. A. BHQWN , 248 Douglas S&est ,
WHOLES ALE 'AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS , CARPETS ,
OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
* | '
ALPACAS &MOHAIHS , also YSLYET& BEAVER CLOAKIffGS.
A FULL STOCK OF S AWLS. BLANKETS , FLANNELS.
MERINO "UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIAEN IS ( JRFAT VARIETY. A POLL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CA3P3TB , OIL CLOTES , MATTINS RU3S. AND MATS ,
T53IE
Furniture , bedding , Mirrors ,
and "everything pertainins : to the FURNITURE nd TIP Pi
HOLSTER Y trade ; has largely increased his stock and now ! & * !
has a complete asscJtment ot FINE , MEDIUM and LOW *
PRICED goods , which he is ofFeriner at sunh "RTT Trr < TPT\
PRICES as to make it to the intent of onfffihg
mg. anythrrig m. this -line , to examrae his gtock before purchas-
, LOUNGES &e. UPHOLSTERED AJPH ?
COVERED TO ORDER.
Stiroot. O
L. WOODWORT1I ,
238 Douglas St.Omaha , Neb.
WAGON
Wood Stock ,
WAGON HARDWARE ,
Pataat Wheels , Plnldied Gearing , da.
Axles , Springs and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks * ss Buggies
Stiulebackcr\Vafoiij Depot.
rachCU
G. STBIFFLER
DEALER IN
CHOC EKIES ,
Provisions
Frtills ,
Kn s ,
Confpclionerj ,
Tcbncco ,
Sejrars ,
SE. . COR. OF TENTH and FAKNHAH ,
WHOLESALE , CAINDIEd
I arc. ow manulacturing all varieties 01 candies j
andjwill sell a
JL STIEiR/lsr IPIR/XOlE ] S
Dealers in this State need not irant to < jo Ka t C > r CANDIES ,
A trial is solicited.
Ooz * . 003.0,1X0 ,
mchllti ;
B. & J , WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourteaath
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALF , SHUO ) L BOOKS
ar3-lmy i
cSc D dlTJ
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th , and arasjr Straats ,
Fall And Winter Styl
A. POLACK ,
CLOTHIER ,
233 Farnlaam St ITaar'l th.
Fine and Medium Clothing ,
and Fnrnisliing Goods.
JC.tri Ml.
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