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OMAHA TUESDAY EVENING , APRIL 25 , 1876. "NT5 - V . * L2
BEE. ROSEWATER. Editor ind Proprietor.
OFFICE 138 FarnHam Street ,
feetwoon 9th. andlOtb.
CODT. i year , tn advadcc , ( postpaid ) . . 88.00
" G months , in advance 4IJ ; |
" 3 months , in advance 2.00
18th and Nicholas.
Hot tied Weiss Heer , * 75c. perdoi.
Bottled LaKerl'ecr. 100 "
Bottled Stock Ale. 1 25 " "
Bottled Porter. 125 " "
All orders promptly filled and goods de
livered. E. ENGLKR. Prop.
Bcindorf i MauS. 210 Douglas Street.
TVm. TTrlau & Bro. . 1S1 Douclas Street.
nov30-dmG *
II. .V J.Villnir. . Fine Books and Pictures a
fppcinlty. Uth Street between Fnrnham &
Douglas. nov3Mm3 ( *
J. J. Vrnhanf. Farnhsia Street , between
10 and llth. nor30-6m
C. F. Catlin. No. Stt Donelas street.
nov 30-3m
MoClnre .t Smith. 1S3 Harney Street. be
1th and 12th. dec 15-tf
t West tc Fritschcr , Farnhara Street.
* novS9-rm3 *
S. JcrRerfon. Cor 10th and Jackson Sts.
nov30-6m *
' H. L. Latey. Dongla = Street. COT. 12th.
Pratt & Towlc. M8 Thirteenth Strret.
nor 30-lyS *
Tacol. PfunJ & Co. . No. 222 Douglas St.
nov 30-6mI
T. S. Oilwon. Crpiuhton Block.nov
nov 30-6in < 5 *
A.'Pollack . ' : Co. , Farnlinm Street.
nor 30-Cm3"
Vf. M. Bushman.
Hnmlct Drum. Tenth St. nov30-Gra *
HJoTin II. F. Lohmnnn- .
New York Dry Good ! Store. 228 Ftirnhaw
SI root. novSKm * '
A. B. Snowden. Cor. 13th and Farnham
nov30-6m °
Itroets. -
Little & Williams , 275 Douglas Street.
Atlantic Hotel. Chas. Hoserodt , Cornerof
and Howard Sts. nor30-Cm3 *
E. T. Vsre. City Hot $ 10th St. . between
Farnhnm and llnrncy. novSMy
John Bauraer. corner of llth and Farnhnm
Streets. nov 30-9m
Omaha Bee. 138 Fnrnham Street.
C.F. Catlin. No. 223 DaugU trect.
ov 40-fiin
S < ul bendorf & Co. . Cor. lllh and Donelas
nov ' ! 0-uiG *
C. Krutli. 377 Douclag M. HOT 30-ly3'
Henry Hornbcrjtcr. xw uouglas ctreot.
O. A. Limloucst , the Merchant ailorrhas
received a full uortmcnt of Cloth' . Capsi-
mcrcj and Vcsmn ; * , lor fpriiiK and summer
which can l > e made up in the latest style and
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction eunran-
ced. m > t5
J. M. YerRa. 179 Farnham St. nor 30.1y3
] fih ) Street Meat Market , P. 0. Toule. *
co -
SheclyBrog. ( City Meat Market ) . *
Street. nov30-lr3
U. P. Meat Market. Wm. Aust & Knuth " ,
ICth Street. novSO-lyG"
Jacob Iluba. Omaha Meat Market. 10th St. *
between Farnham & llnrncy. nor 30-Gnu
Brooklyn Meat Market. A. Aust. 414 i 416
hirteenth Street. dec- '
R. C. Hiccll. 229 Douglas Street.
Premium Soap Works. Powell A Co. . Mill
manufacture thpir Premium Soap. Five
firtt premiumsawarded by the Douglas coun
ty and State fair ? , and Pottawatamie county
Jowa. Orders solicited from the trado.
Geo. C. Honbie. 222 Farnhanj. Stredt. *
nor -
Fur Skm Dresser.
French Stejiin Scouring. Kid Gloves and
Furs Cleaned. Ill Farnhaia Street , oppo
site the HE Office.
A -
Bit 'jti' it Ktii Sts.
' Dentists iu the city
jj33Gd : uradlsluB'
. . NASOX.
I > i.s. Killings &
234 FarnTinm Street. ,
oy use of Nl
TeethZ x
dec .
peclally Reported lor the Omaha Dally Bee. by the
Atlantic anil Pacific Telegraph Company.
Mr. Sargent , of California , sub-
inilteil the following resolution ,
which was agreed to :
Resolved , That the secretary of
the treasury is directed to inform
the senate of the amount in each , of
average and of taxable capital , and
of average and of taxable deposits
on May 31 , 1875 , in savings institu
tions having capitals to stock or
bond of respective states and terri
tories , together with the amount of
tax collected on said capital and said
deposits m each of said states and
territories during the fiscal year
ending lime 30 , 1875 ; also the
amount of average and of taxable
deposits in savings institutions hav-
in capital stock on Slay 31,1875 , to-
Kether with the amount of tax col
lected upon said deponits on each of
said states and territories during
the fiscal year ending June 30,1875.
Mr. Sargent indicated that in
his opinion this would not be a
proper provision to make. He did
not think from what he liad read
in the newspapers of late that spec
ial agents were proper pcrsous to in
vest with these titles. He then re
ferred to the late sensational ac
counts sent west by special agents
of alleged internal revenue frauds
from California. He pronounced
these statements to be entirely
without foundation. He read an
extract of the internal revenue col-
lectois in California , and oompar-
ing them with the total amount col
lected in the United States , he said
the total amount collected for the
last hbcal year in the Putted States
was S103 590,458 , of which $2,083-
69.5 were collected in California. Mr.
Sargent exhibited figures to show
that under collector oedgwick there
had been in two years an increase of
40 per cent , of collections over the
two years before he entered into
Mr. Sargent then showed that the
tax on spirits collected was between
1-23 and 1-24 of the whole amount
collected in the TJnittd States. In
conclusion , he intimated that sinis
ter motivof ] were at the bottom of
the attack on the internal revenue
onlcfer * in California.
Mr. bhermsm taul theoOlce of supervisor -
pervisor of Internal revenue was
created in J867 and 1868 , when the
business of the internal levenue bu
reau was niueh greater than now.
Ot late those cilices had become
quasi political ones , and the reason
\vli3' Ihey should l > e dispensed with
was very well set forth in the letter
of the commissioner of internal rev-
en-ie in regard to special agents.
He said they were no more or less
than detectives , and had no business
to furnish information to the press ,
and the e who did ought to be dis
charged at once. The letter of the
commissioner , Pratt , had stated as
his opinion that there is no further
necessity of continuing the ' olllce of
Mipervispr , and he refers'to the recent -
cent wliisky trials in Chicago , St.
Louis and Milwaukee to show it.
Mr Jones , of Nevada , was enti
tled to the lloor ; be reviewed the
history of gold and silver , and the
relative value of the j-ame ; silver he
described as an American currency ,
ana gold as u UriH li currency ; he
argued against copper , &c , but gold
and silver were ijp ! onjy universal
money Used ; he refers to the prodi
gious expenditures of the llornau
ejnperors. He also refeired to the
period of tjip jhrk ages , when living
men and woiircii were passed from
hand to hand as money , arid when
the price of a hawk was equal to the
price of a man ; he reviewed the
origin , history , &c. HP referred to
the prodigious expenditure * and
Jargele.-s of iloman emperors and
the lavibli of gifts of precious metals.
He reviewed the origin ; md history
of bills of exchauue and of the ea-
( ablishnien t of ba nlrs Paper money
issued l > 3 * government and declared
a legal tender fifst made its appear
ance in Europe in 1240 ; anil at tjip
HUne time paper mone > was circu
lated In China. He discussed the
era of paper money "in tjie United
States , and the different panics
Mr. Jones then cited from carefully
prepared tables , covering a period
of sixteen centuries , showing that
the extreme fluctuations were from
1J.44 to 13.41 ; in the last 200 vears ,
to 1872 , the ( jxlrpme fluctuations '
were from 14.78 to 18.73' Then he
cited the financial history of this
whole period to show that silver
had beeij a leas variable standard
than gold. In 181C England yield
ed to the temporary depreciation of
silver and established a single gold
standard. The result was disas .
trous. Outside of England no coun
try save Portugal had a Dingle gold
standard until 1863. The etlects of
the gold discoveries in California
had u marvelous eflect. England
still had a single gold standard ;
France and most of i he other large
nations u double standard , and
many of the smaller nations a siu-
, -ule silver standard. As gold be
came plenty various nations began
, the silver
to make gold coinj btif
ver standard fluctuated within
very narrow Iimitsfor80yearsfrom
1798 to 18C5 ; but in England ,
France and Auieiica nourished and
prospered , nevertheless , because of
the double standard. The next
epoch In the history of coin was
the opening of the great Comstock
lode. With this discovery began
the attack on silver as a standard.
This was lor several reasons , the
least of whicu M'as the fear of Eu
ropean capitalists lest America
should become the monetary cen
tre of the world. Since the begin
ning / this century the amount o !
coin per capita , throughout the
world , has doubled. The production
of silver had been almost uniform ,
In this time the whole production
of gold had fluctuated enormously ,
and yet political characters wautet
to divorce gold from silver am
make it only le al tender. H <
pointed out what he concedet
would be a disastrous consequeuci
resulting from such a policy ; he re
ferred to and commented at som <
length on the act of J873. W <
should not be dependent for thi
standard of our currency on a for
eign nation ; this was the object o
of value thepro
gold as a standard ,
duct of which would annually di
miuish , and which was under th
control of the natiou , inimical to re
publican institutions. The produc
of silver is steady and even , und w
have it in oar own control ; he maiu
tained the desirability of the double
standard and argued against a sin
gle standard policy.
At 3:30 : p. m. Mr. Jones suspend
ed his remarks , and the senate % ad-
Mr. Fort introduced a bill to or
ganize a better government for the
Indian country and to establish
United States courts thereiu.
Mr. CarnpUlt introduced a bill to
increase the circulation of national
bank notes , to relieve national
banks from tax on circulation , to
liquidate the national debt , and to
strengthen the national credit.
Mr. O'Brien introduced a bill to
reorganize the navy. It provides
that there shall be on the active list
six rear adiuiralfyeighteen commo
dores , fifty captains and seventy-
five commanders , and that promo ,
tions In these grades shall cease
until those numbers shall have been
Mr. Faulkner , from the commit
tee on "foreign affairs , reported a
joint resolution requesting the pres
ident to take such steps as may
tend to obtain the early release of
Edward O. M. Condon , from his
imprisonment in England. Passed.
Mr. Gibson offered a resolution
for the appointment of a select com
mittee of nine , to make a thorough
examination into the conduct and
management of the New Orleans
custom house , and the offices of
marshal , district attorney , postmas
ter , assessor , and collector of iin r-
nal revenue , ami of such other fed
eral officers as they may discover to
ba implicated in wrong doing , and
violation of law , with power to sit
in flew Orleans during the recess of
Mr. Hubbard objected to raisin
a special committe with such pow
ers , and suggested that the subject
should be referred to out. ' the reg-
ulai committees.
Mr. Gibson moved to suspend the
Mr. Hale asked Mr. Gibson to let
the subject go to one of the regular
committees of the house , and to
strike pat the remarkable clause as
to the committee sitting during re
cess.Mr. . Gibson declined to accede to
that suggestion.
Mr. Hajl Then we must have
the yeas and nays on8usneusion _ of
the rules.
A vote > vas taken , and the rules
were not suspended yeas , 146 ;
najv , 77 ; not a two-thirds vote in
the uilirmative. * lhe vote was a
strict party one.
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO , April 24.
Cattle Receipts , 4,000 ; market
dull am } weak ; shippers are hold
ing ofl'and the local demand is re
stricted. The market is oveistock-
ed by country drovers , and snippers
should remember the condition of
the uiurkets , and hold back their
consignments until sellers have been
enabled to work oil the thousands
of stale entile now in pens. Good
to choice , 5 2fui5 25 ; medium , H 65a
4 15 ; butchers' stock , il 30a4 00.
Hogs Receipts , 7,000 ; in good
demand , firm and higher ; j acking ,
7 C0a7 90 ; light bacon , 7 70aS 50 ;
lair-to choice shippers , 7 90a8 10.
Sheep Receipts , 300 ; maiket
quiet and steady ; common to
choice , 4 25aG 75 ; fair to choice ,
5 25aC V5.
i t. Louis Produce Market.
ST. Louis , Apiil 24.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Dull and lower. No. 2
red fall , 1 40 cash ; 1 38J bid at close ;
1 34 bid June.
Corn In good demand and lower ;
45 a4. > J ror fttnh ; 4G bij } fpr April ; 46
a4(5J ( bid for May.
Oats Dull and lower ; No. 2,34
bid cosh for April and May ,
Ilye Unchanged.
liai'Iey .Dull and ) nchrfntp < l.
AVhiskv-Q'iiet ' , u'f'l 08.
Pork Dull , at 22 f > 0.
Lard Dull ; 13 00 asked.
Bulk Meats Firmer ; shoulders ,
S ; sides , lljaljj.
St. Louis Liye Stock. '
fcT. XiOUl ? , April 24.
Hogs Receipts , 1,800. Market
quiet ; ligjjt shipping , 7 00u7 30 ;
yorkers and 'bacon , 7 2fa ;
7 50.
Cattle Receipts , 2,000. MarUet
quiet ; good to choice natives , 4 75u
5 12 ; medium to fair , 4 12a4 37.
Pledges left at the American L < oan
Office are uon-fbrfeitable. If the
owner Is not ulilo tp redeem them ,
they will be sold for his beuefitand
any motioy left tn our hands over
and above our claim will be placed
subject to his order. , . . .Money loaned
on Diamonds , WfttchbB , Jewelry ,
Guns , Pistols , and all mcifhandise
in general. Special rates given on
auj" amount over $100. For further
Information call on or address
Omaha , Neb.
mav2Glv ANDKOLp.
Cureccted Daily for thoUraaha Bee by
Cuthbertson & Young
Commission Merchants.
CnKYKSSK , W. T , . April 2 , 1576.
Spring WheatFlour.persack $2 90@3 10@3 2
Winter do do do 4 00 4 75
Corn , perlOQ $ . - . . 1 10
dale , do . . . . . . . . . 1 35
Barley do . . . . _ . . . . . . „ _ . _ . _ . .
Chopped Feed per 103 fts . . - 1 35
Bran , per ion Ibs . 1 20
I'otatoes.SaltLake perlOOlbs . . - -
Potatoes. Eastern . . . 1 00
Sweet Potatoes per 100 Ib3 . 3 00
Onions , per 'HI Ibs . . . . 2 00
Beets per 100 Ibs _ . . 2 50
Dressed Turkeys per Ib . . . 179 18
do Chickens do . . . 14
Roll Butter.choice.per Ib. . . 35 30
Ranch Butter or tab per Ib 2J
Fresh Egt , per dox - 20
Orankea box JO 10
e Lemons per do . - . . . . . . . . - . . - . . . .
Berries do * * * * * * *
f Apples per barrel . . . . . . . 5 00@C 00
Oyaters can 5C@ SO
Fresh Fish per per Ib * . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prairie chickens per doz . 3 50 4 ml
Qail per dor- 3 50 4 00
Bacon do . „ _ . . " >
D. Uoss.per Ib 10
Our market is very strong and active.
Arrest of the Supposed Old
Lady Bender and Daughter.
"Matilda Jane" Pans Out Well.
ISpecialto the HKK. ]
LAIAMI K , CITY , April 24.
The sherilfof this city has arrest
ed and confined in Jail here two
two women , supposed to be the old
woman and Kate Bender , of Kan
sas murder fame. A description of
the Benders was telegraphed here
to day , and corresponds exactly to
these prisoners. They have been
living here in a shanty on the out
skirts of ( he city for some weeks ,
the old woman pretending to be a
fortune teller. They are two of the
hardest looking characters that i
have ever seen in this vicinity , and
will be kept here for further inves
tigation. M.
[ Special to the BEE. !
LAKAMIK , April 25.
An assay taken to-day of a rock
irom the Matilda Jane lode of the
Vulcan Silver Mining Co. , in the
Ferris district , shows $275.56 to the
ton. They are making preparations
to put in machinery at once. M.
A Waman's Walking Match.
Discovery of a Horrible Murder.
A Minister Elopes with a Young
CINCINNATI , April 25.
A womens * walking match was
inaugurated this morning at J < .xpo
silioii Hall by Miss Ferold , who
proposes to show that womans" power
er o * endurance u as great as that
of man. The contestants are Miss
Mias Julia Keeves and Miss Belie
Mclntyre. Eesides these Miss Flo
ra McArthur , a Scotch lasie who
weighs 145 pounds , will walk by
way of exhibition. .She has been
in training : teveral weeks. The
cqutest lasts during the week.
The particulars of a mo&t horribe ]
crime has just come to light in For
est , Qhio. Ajout ( a weekago , jolin
Hauiuerck , a farmer , liying live
miles froiu town , was working in
the field with his daughter , a little
girl beven years of age , and a Son
age fifteen , he became enraged at
something the latter had done , and
raising u handspike , struck him on
the head , knocking him senseless.
Ttiinkinir he had only fainted and
fearful of the consequences , when
his brutality should become known ,
he struck him again and again ,
until life had become extinct , ( inish-
iug covering up the body in an ad
jacent log heap , and threatening
the girl with like punishment
uulejw she. promised perfect silence.
He then gave out that the boy had
run away , and nothing strange was
thought of the matter until yester
day , when the little girl , iu answer
to u question , admitted Ujot she
knew ttie whereabouts of her broth
er , but was afiaid to tell. ' On being
questioned closely she linally gave
a full .statement pf the murder , but
was'uot able to givu'thu exact local
ity. The > vhole neighborhood turn
ed out , and after a short search
found the body partially dcccmpds-
ed byexK | > sure. Upon suspicion be
ing arou-sed Kaurneck attempted to
escape , but was arrested and lodged
Kev. Mr. Parker , pastor of the
Presbyterian cljurcli at Ashland ,
Ivy. , left home last yednesday in a
rather jnysteriptiM manner in com
pany of a youiig girl of 'his congre
gation. It is thought they came to
this city. He had been stationed at
that place for over twenty years ,
d has always beun regarded us a
ery exemplary man. His conduct
is the subject of much comment.
lie led a wife and several children
ill Aslilaml. He had recently been
called to a church near liaitjmore ,
Md. ( and his friends expected him
to soon leave for Ins new Held of la
SALT LAKE , April 25.
Dom IVdro and suite and tUe
ISew yoik Herald correspondent
yesterday visited the Tabernacle
and temple , und afterwards attend
ed religious services in the assembly
rooms and started west last night ,
The jury in the Kelly murder
case reported a verdict of murder in
the second degree. Kelly was
deeply affected.
* LONDON , Aprill 25.
A Constantinople special says thq
failure of Mukhtar Pachas attempty
to revictual Ifimsjc has caused fon-
sternalion in the Turkish capital.
The Miltan has sent to Egypt for
troops and money to relieve the
Turkish garrisons. The porte evi
dently considers the situation des
Hew York Money Market.
. .NEW YORK , April 25.
Gold 112 | .
Money Easy ; 3
Stocks clo.ed as follows :
Pacific , 21 j ; W U , 66 } ; M C , 52 |
L S , 56 } ; St. Paul , p'd , 64 ; NV
39J ; pfd 59 ; Erie. 16 ; C G& I C , 4 |
St. Joe , 15J ; NYC , 112J ; O & M
16 | ; U P , 64 ; Wabash , 3.
Foreign Markets.
LONDON , April 25.
Consols Steady ana unchanged
United States Bonds Firm ant
steady ; ' 67s , 1 09Jal 09 | ; 10-40s
1 0"al 07J ; new 5 , 106al 09 * .
" Erie Shares 14 j.
"Money More abundant.
LIVERPOOL , April 25.
Cotton Dull and declined ; sale
6,000 bales at 65 1-16 for uplands.
Hatch vs. Gould and Dillon.
IOKK , April 25.
The case of liufiw Hatch against
Sidney Dillon and Jay Gould came
up yesterday in the supreme court
on an order to show cause why a
mandamus should not issue to com
pel the defendants to permit him to
examine the books , etc. , of the Pa-
citio Mail company , and also why a
temporary injunction restraining
them from acting as directors should
not be continued. After hearing a
long argument , the court reserved
The following failures were an
nounced yesterday : George Bain ,
Son & Co. , coffee dealers ; liabilities
$100,000. Martin Y. Dunn & Co. ,
coffee dealers ; liabilities not large
Ernest Grundher , lumbermerchuut ;
liabilities large.
.NEW I'OKK , April 25
There were rumors current here
yesterday about euibarra'smeut
among leading coffee dealers , nut
inquiries among the dealers them
selves elicit no continuation of the
John Heavy , a canal boatman ,
who fought a duel with knives last
January with John Ford , in Jersey
City , and inflicted wounds on Ford
from which he died , was to-day sen
tenced to ten years' imprisonment ,
he having plead guilty to the charge
of mauslalighter.
Boston Enthusiastically Goes
for Bristow.
NEW YOKK , April 25.
A Times special from Boston
says : An important conference of
the leaders of the Bristow move
ment was held yesterday , when an
uncompromising support was pledg
ed to the secretary of ti.e treasurj' .
There was an outspoken discussion
of candidates , Blaine being sharply
criticized by one or two gentlemen ,
several Bristow men , however ,
took occasion to disclaim any hos
tility to Bluine , saying that they
desired only the most inviolable
man. The Bristow club held alitrge
meeting last niirlit , and a grand
rally will beheld this evening. The
editor of the Transcript made along
speech , pronouncing Blaine not the
man to be supported by the reform
ers. Ho urged the use of every pos
sible means to secure Bristow's
nomination , and failing in that , to
run him on an independent ticket.
The president , Mr Hopes , said that
judging from the popular sentiment
he did not doubt that the feeling for
Brislaw will fqrce the uelegates ,
willing or unwilling , to vote for
him at Cincinnati.
The Herald thinks the long stalo-
ment made in the Hous-e yesterday
by liluine will lie accepted as satis
factory by candiil men of both po
litical parties. Accepting Blame's
vindication us satisfactory the pub
lic will be curious to know who in
spired the accusation , and it would
now seem to be in order , it says , for
Senator Morton to rise am ] explain.
The Tribune say that Blaine's
speech denying that lie had receiv
ed $64,000 , is straightforward and
lucid It would now be difficult to
conceive of evidence to overthrow
the testimony which the oncers ot
the give ; that there has been no
such transaction either direct or indirect
direct wilh'BIaine. That the stoiy
being disposed of , other rumors will
have to be met iu different way * , 1
because they are less in truth , ij
their statement of the facts be accep
ted , tliere will be , little or nothing
lelt to support ( lie scandal.
The ( Sun , says Blaiue's speech ia
n < U satisfactory it believes he had
the money.
1'lie world says Blame's speecli
would have been more effective had
it been made at an earlier date ;
though hi-icontaa'Jk'tion of the sto
ry was flat and peremptory , and
supported by explicit fetters from
persons iuapositiou to know where
of they allirm.
The Times , on Jones' speech yes
terday on silver , says that if a la.rgo
portip.u ofthecivilixtd vorh } should
reject silver asj inoney , its value for
that purpose to tiie nations that did
not discard it , would bo we well
destroyed , and if supplies from the
mints became excessive , and its
value rapidly moved downward on
recount of over production , it would
come to a substance u fit fur njojiey
The Times' JJUCH on to show the
disasters that have happened to sil
ver , and says the plain truth is that
silver at this moment in unlit to be
made an instrument of exchange
and a standard of pecuniary engage
ments. In conclusion the Times
says that Jones' arguments can be
reduped to three words : "Buy my
silver. " HIH speech is an appeal to
inflationists to mask tl mselves as
hard-money men , and go in for sil
ver.The Tribune says : The speech
u ill attract attention by its display
of a motion of the subject , and
whatever may be thought of the
financial theories of Senator Jones ,
his speech , us far as delivered , is fai
feupdrior to the usual flood ot con-
greasloual wisdpm n such subjects.
PETERSBURG , April 25.
The staleiurnt that the govern
ment is contemplating an increase
in the Mediterranean , squadron h
reiterated in Kutwiun diplomatic cir
' Br virtue pf nn order of sale issued ou
, of the District Court for Douglas Cpupty
Nebraska . , _ and to mo . directed. I _ will . . on th
rf.ii5 i * i -1- n So- ! ; IM '
Vtfi . . 1876 ]
- day of.May. . A. D. , a.tlOo'cloc
a. m. pf said day. nt the south door of th
Court llou ° e in the city of Omaha , in sail
county , sell at public auction the nropcrt
described in said order , to-wit : The eae
twenty-two ( ! ) feet pf lot live (5) ( ) . in bloc !
number eighty-eight (831. ( in tljc cjty pf Oma
ha. in said county and State , tojjbiher
little , administrator , etnl , , dofundint .
ALVBKD BUKLKV. fcheriff ,
It Master Commiseioncr.
To Eugene A. Thomas , non-resident , d <
fendant :
TaKe notice that Edward P. Peck , i
plaintiff , has filed \i\s \ \ bill of particulai
against you , 'as defendant , in the Count
Court for Douglas ConntyN braska , when
in he claims judgment against you for SICK
and interest thereon at 12 per cent per at
num Irom March 10th , 1870 , and attorney
fees , on a promisory note made by you , an
that an order oi attachment lias been issue
out of said court against you in such sui
and your personal property in taid counl
has been siezed thereby You arc requirt
to appear and answersaid bill of particula
on or before the5th day of June. 1S70.
apr25-ltew4w Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE. Advertiieraents of To Let , For
Sale , Lost , Wants , Found , Boarding , Ac. ,
will bo inserted in tncse columns once forTEN
CENTS per line ; each subsequent insertion ,
FIVE CENTS per line. The first insertion
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
1S1 Farnham St. febllitf
M1 QNEY TO LOAN-Call at law office of
D. L. THOMAS. Visscher's Block.
WANTED A live , active party to en
gage in a business requiring no capi
tal and paying large profits. Call upon or
address UeoU'ilkinson fur. a few days , at
the Metropolitan Hotel , Omaha , Nebraska.
WAXTED AlituatioiTbFtwo girlJto do
housework for private family. In
quire. MP.S. Sl'UUKKA ' ,
apr ! -2t 10th and Dodge Sta.
"VtTANTED Two men to work on farm.
YV Fine set work harness for sale cheap.
apr2I-6t * Tyler's Stable.
to learn Telegraphy. Situiif'nns ituar-
jjnteed. Address Jc-W. HAINES.
apHOdlm Business College , Omaha. Neb.
CANTED A Girl to do housework.
Enuuire of "B. " this office. apllOdtf
WANTED- men and women to buy
my Missouri oak wood at SS-50 per
cord. Yard 235 Chicago street.
felxHf S. P. BRIGOS.
OAlfrASSEIlS WASTED for a goad
Killing article. Profit large.
tlJnn : 0 TTO NKfTJlA MUER.
aprl7w3tAil-ivI Jiurlinoton. luica.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Our complete
outCt for street sprinklingand deliver
ing water , consisting of one engine house ,
one steam pump pipe , two large tanks , six
water wagons , six pair horses and mules
and harness , everything complete for busi
ness. KiuuAi.i. i : WHITE.
A FINE street dai io-eii. IB ! Farnham
ktrcct DR. EDWARDS ,
FOR SALE At a great bargain several
Iftstn Lowe's addition , tor $80 each.
Address "A. " BKE office. frb2tf
FOR SALE A lotinShinn's 3d addition
for $350. S100 in cash , balance in a
year. A liberal reduction for a full cash
payment. Apply to "A. " BKK office. f2tf
FOR SALE A Grovcr & Baker cabinet
sowing machine for 3W. Apply nt this
offieo feb2tf
FOR SAljti. At reduced rntoi , a life
membership of the Bryant i Stratton' ?
Business College. Davenport , Iowa. Apply
fi > r terms at BKE office. novO-tf
T710R RENT Two rooms with all convcn-
1 } iences for housekeeping. 4U , llth
street , opposite Krue's Brewery. apr'-Si-lw
EOR RENT A house ; all improvements :
Pacific Street , between llth and 12th.
npr2.-it ( *
( HEAPREXT-A house and 10 acre" , of
Vy ' ( and. vitliin 3 miles of the city. Has
been cultivated as a garden ,
apriltf S1IEELY ; BROS ,
FOR RENT Good hou-epartly furnished.
Rent can bo paid in board if desired.
Cor. Saunters and Michigan Ss. ( apr24t3
FOR RENT A two story dwelling house
l > y L , F , MAOINS ,
apr2i-tf A'ispchcr'a Block.
F URNISHED rooms over drug store. 12th
and Douglas. aprH-10t
FOR KENT On Gve years leases the lots
mi mirth cide of Capitol Avenue be
tween Hth and loth streets. Inquire nt
office of A. J. PolTLKTOX ,
aurl'J-Ct Odd Fellows' Block.
T7 > URNISI1ED houses and rooms to let , 131
J ? FaruhamSt. I > R AWARDS.
RENT Store on 12th street near the
FOR of Douglas. Suitable for a
butcher-shop. Enquire atJ. C. ROSEX-
FELD'S. aprTtf
rrUKEN tIP-By P. Powers , on April 8th.
JL Jb"6 , ( me bay horse cujt about three
years old ; 2 hind feet hie. ( apr2ii-ltew5t
TNSTRUCTlONin instrumental music by
L Mjs Ida Kennedy , at cpjrner IJth and
Davenport' . apr-5-tt
"I71STRAVED A brown horse pony ; has
JJJ Iwo white hind feet ; is about five years
idd. A re arU will be given to party re-
Uirniug him ( < > ! . M. Verga. 17'J Farnham
! ( iee.t , apr25-3t
a meeting of the Omaha Ice Compa
AT ny , held on the 22d day of April it
was unanimously resolved that the Compa
ny's prices for ice from May 1st would be ,
for those taking an average cf SCtt ! > ' daily.
"Oe per 100 Irs : 1 < X | Ibs. liV15 Ibs , 75o : un-
ler la Ib ; . $ UN. \ . N. VINDQUEST.
'M.'S. WIUTK. ' President.
Secretary , apr2l lw
HQUSLEY'S horse radish is good for con-
L sqinption. air2d-10tw |
M. Of.AH.KE. Real Estate Agent
JOljN Notary Public. Office No. ± 13
eet , opposite Academy of Music.
T3ARTIES in need of responsible book-
J _ keepers will do well to address
' - P.tcpt Baaitin * and Bakiag
MORAN'-S the diploma at the
American Institute , 1874. On the Vacuum
Plan. Nearly Air Tight. For meats , poul
try , game , fish , bread , cake and puddings.
Will make all meats and poultry tender !
Twenty per ccnt.sayetr in shrinkage 1 Bakes
bread sweeter and lighter t Juices apd Fla
vors retained ! Thoroughly self uaatiug !
Pays for itself monthly ! This is not 11
sjcam apparatus. All the above warranted ,
and if nof satisfactory. n\oney \ cheerfully
refunded. Not a single pan has been re
turned of the thousands sold. It will fit
any stove or oven. The invention cqusists
of two pans a shallow ope fof the bottom
and a deep qno fqr tbe top fitting together
and fastened in a simple manner su as to be
nearly airtight. Tbo , upj > er one is furnish
ed with a ventilator tit the front end , to open
and cloo as required. Thoroughly made of
charcoal sheet iron. It is so simple in its
operation as to be understood by all. By
roasting meats or poultry in n closed pan
you prevent the great loss by evaporationof
oicr20i > cr cent , in weight , besides saving
those delicious flavors and juices , as they
cannot escape , but permeate thoroughly the
meat or poultry whi t cooking , thereby
bastlujt mpre < JflciarHyhan \ by any tedious
hand Vrooest ! . This renders meats and
poultry tender ami juicy , and furnishes a
delicius gravy unknown in any other mode
of roasting.
Directions for meats , poultry , &c. Pre
pare your meat , as usual , putting a small
quantity of water in the pan ; 'lose the pan
and ventilator tight until it is done , allow
ing ten or fifteen minutes in time for every
pound of meat , according to the beat ol
oven. To brown it. open ventilator or tike
otr top fifteen minutes before taking it out
of the oven.
Directions for baking bread Fill the bottom
tom nan nearly full of dough : when it -
sufficiently raised put ; t in the
ovenleaving the \entilator open ten
or twelve minutes until th (
carbonic'acid gas passes off , then close th <
ventilator until it is done. Some put ordi
nary open pans , filled with the dough , in
side the baking pan , and also put pudding !
in another pan inside.
The agents of the above will be in tin
* ' ' f . In.l- . nvtlnra The ,
city'tor a few days taking orders. ]
have sold 350 jn. Council Bluffj , giving per
fec ( -4-2t
Be it resolved by the City Council of th
City of Omaha :
That a sidewalk be. within thirty day
from this date , repaired and laid to th
temporary grade in said City , in front o
and adjoining the following describe' '
premises , viz :
Lota 1,2 , 7 and . west sulo 9th street , ii
block 100. 6 feet wiqc.
Loll , w stside9th street and south aid
Douglas , in block 124 , 6 feet wide.
Lot 2 , west side 9th street , in block 121
6 feet wide.
Lot 8 , north side Douglas , in block 102,1
feet wide.
Lot 8 , west side llth. in block 102 , 6 fee
Lots 1.2 , 3 and 4 , Bart street , in block 31'
4 feet wide.
Such sidewalk to he repaired of 2-iuc
pine plank , and to be in width as abov
. Passed April 6.10 and 19th. 1S76.
apr25-ltew2w City Clerk.
A. Hospe , Jr. & Co.
Looking-Glasses ,
Pictures ,
284 DODGE ST. ,
Omaha Neliraaka.
! an24dtf
> . <
Monday ,
Tuesday and
Wednesday ,
Be it resolved by the City Council of the City
of Omaha :
That a sidewalk be.within thirty days'from
this date , constructed and laid to the tem
porary grade insaidCity. in front of and ad
joining the following described premises ,
vu :
Lotsl and 2. in block 345 , Burt street ,
4 feet wide.
Lots 4 and C , in block 34G , 22d street. 4 feet
Lota J. 2. 3 and 4 , in block 317. Burt street.
4 teet wide.
Lot 1. in block 14. 20th street. 4 feet wide.
' . ' . 4 feet wide.
Lot 4. in block 0,20th street.
Lots 1 , 4 , 5 and 8. west side 9th street , in
block 93.6 feet wlde. _
Lot S , north side street , in block
93 , Ii feet wide.
Lota 4 and 5. east side 9th street , in block
D , 0 feet wide.
Lots 5 , 6 , 7 and 8 , north side Dodgo-street.
in block D , 6 feet wide.
Lots 1 , 2 , 3 and 4. south side Dodge street ,
in block E , 6 feet wide.
Lots 4 Aid 5 , cast side 9th street , in block
E. 6 feet wide.
Lots 10 and 20. north side St Mary's Ave
nue , in Thorncll's addition. 6 feet wide.
Lots 31. 32 and 33 , in ( JriSin & Isaacs' ad
dition , 6 feet wide.
Lots 1 and 8 , in block 200. west side 13th
street. Gleet wide.
Lota 1 and 8 , in block 223 , west side 13th
street. 6 feet wide.
Lots land 8 , in block 223. west side 13tb
street , Ii feet wide.
Lota 1 and S.nn block 253 , west sida 13U
street , G feet wide.
Lots 1 and 8 , in block 258. west side Utt
street. 6 feet wide.
Such sidewalk to be constructed of 2-incl
pine plank , and to be in width as above spe
Passed April 6,10 and IS. W6.
apr25-ltow2w " City Clerk.
By virtue of an order of sale issuec
out of the District Court for Dougla
County , Nebraska , and to me directed , .
will , on the 27th day of May. A. D. 1376. a
said day , at the soutl
10 o'clock a. m. of
door of the Court House in the city of Oman :
in said county , sell at public auction th
property described in said order , to-wit
The west thirty feet front and rear of lo
three (3i. ( in block fifty-eight (53) ( ) , in thecit :
of Omaha , said connty and State , to gatisf
a Judgment of said court recovered by Isaa
H. Congdon , plaintiff , against Wm. F
Sweesey , adnvnistrator ol the ctUte f
Mathew Harris , deceased , et al. , defend
ants. ALFRED BOBLET , Sheriff.
It Master Commissioner.
Have just received ajlarge stock of
Great Western Market !
; 101 .1- . , Henry : iIOinnir < oiiistnua.
feed , Sale and Eichoge { Stable , Horses. Ma , WJJMS , Harness , k , for Sale Cbp , 9rEic ! > afge
fee-Special attention given to Boarding Stock. Black Hitlers can p'urvhasu Cem ikto
Outfits at this Stable. , A. J. T OT'.ri31 * . X'r p.
ii litf Tils
III iff AjiiOI U J. UuliJ i
mchlm OMAHA.
ANI is ix ;
521-22 Fnrnlmm St. . Corner 13th Street.
-al Iiisin-ance g-
Fire , Marine & Inland Risks Written
As low as the hazards and the principles of sound UNDERWIlITLN'd will justify. All
LOSSES promptly adjusted and paid at this Agency. ;
The Following Companies Represented :
JEtna , of Hartford , - - A iiet , :3 192,649
Hartford Tire , of Hertford , " 2,500OOO O
North British , and Mercantile , of London and
Edinburgh , - 20,000,000 OO
Amazon , of Cincinnati , - - - 915.284 00
Connecticut Tire , of Hartford , - 877,594 58
Scottish Commercial , of Glasgow , - - 10,000,000 ou
St. Paul Fire and Marine , of St. FanI , 9OO,983 2O
Mississippi Valley , of Memphis , - 4O4.719 7
American Central , of St. Loulx , 1.200.00O OO
QnoonI of Liverpool and London , - - 11,145.729 OO
Manhattan Tire of Now York. 28O1.O92 91
General Commissioo Merchants
512 Twelfth Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
Practical Watchmakers
Manufacturers of Jewelry !
AT W ou
Dealers Can Save Time & Freight byiOrdering ol'us.
( Nuce tors to C'rolchloii t Mor n
205 Farnham St. , - Omalia , Web.
U1 tttLartu
Companies , call at the Old-Katablwhed Agency of
Fi EnSTCF" & 'lECO
Room No. ' _ .Creighton Block ,
URTEEN well-known Companies. who eCa h Capital * and A mm
Wo ire agent * for ru
are , ed Surpiu3. January 1. 1S75. were as follows :
JJ.1S3.&V , 22
' York ,
PHffiN'IX. of New
CONEINENTAL , of New York.
, of New York.
F1RK ASSOCIATION , of Philadelphia.
A5IER1CAN , of Philadelphia. . .
SPRINGFIELD , of Msn-tachusetts. 1.1M.5.3VJ 15
NATIONAL , of llartford. -
OH IENT. of Hartford.
IK ME , of Ohio. -
TtDERS' RC3ER WILLIAMS. of Chicago. lof Providence. R.i. ( )
IMPERIAL , of London.
ROYAL , of ; Liverpool.
" W4I01 > B1JRN dc PJtICE ,
. KAUTIIE.V I > RAIV I I1 > C. Ar. ;
529 14th St. . bet. Dousrlas and