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ik. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
VOL. YI. OMAHA , NEB. , THURSDAY MORNING , APRIL 5 , 1877.
THE DAILY BE
E. HOSEWATER , Editor and Proprieto
0/7YC&-13S FanJiam. 6 t. 9lk ondWXA-
TEKJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION
I Copy , i year. In iirtrance , ( postpaid ) .
0 monthi ) . in advance
* * 3 months , in advance .
Ury Goots1 Boots
Having purchased the bus'ness lately c
'V ' I beg to mil the attention of the public
my larg * > and carefully ee ectcdBlock. Ill
ing purchased the old stock at a redui
rate and my now stock belne carefully
lected in New York Markets I can ol
goods at nrices never before equalled
Omaha. My motto is "Far dealing a
one price only. " aprf-lm
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Omaha Dec. 134 Farnhain Street.
U. A. LindauOEt. tbo ilercnant Jailor , b
received a. full assortment of Cloths. Cat
mcrcs and Vestincs. for spring and sumn :
which can bo made np in tne latest itjle a
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction juara
Premium KOHPVorkp. . Powell iCo. . si
manufacture their Vrcmium Soap. Fl
Grft prcmiuiniiaitnrdcil by the Douglas con
ty aud Suite fair ? , and 1'ottr. < ilaraio cout
IOIYH. Orders Hieitwl fmm the trade.
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A. 6. EU.UKGS. A. W.KACOIf.
BSTWHEN isrn i HTII.UP-STAIBS.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of N
runs Oxide. Draco oren at all hours.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
I. VAN CAMP , M. D.
I iOispensos his own medicines , and besld
regular practice , makes specialities of Dt
rangements and Diseases peculiar to women
Fistula. Piles and other disea of the Ret
OFFICE-Corner of Karaivs and lit
Btreet. first door to the tight , up-stairs. KM
idence. 18th Btreet. first door south tffth
Second Methodist Church. Omaha , Nebrw
k . Address IioekiBorSUJ. ian31d4wtf
BIKS. J. F..TANDEBCOOK , M. D.
Residence and office'No.J 202 Dodge street
North side. bet. 12th and 13th. marl-tf
V. H. COFFMABT. M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
241 farnham Street.
For Professional Services Three Dollar * i
visit _ eeolO-dlT
O.S. "WOOD M.D , ,
ROOM 1. CREIOHTON BLOCK ,
Northwest Corner Fifteenth nd Douglai-Sts
Residence 995 Sixteenth Street , Corner o
3rc.ce , Omaha , Nebraska.
Compound Oxygen treatment for Chroni
Office Hears 8 to 10 A. M..1 to 4 P. M.
an J 6 to 8 V. M. eerSOdtf
DR. A. S. F NU KV ,
Consulting Physician ,
HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED HIS
MEDICAL OFFICE ,
491 Tenth Street. - OUAHA. NKBEABEA.
Offering his services in all departments ol
medicine and surgery , both in general and
epeial practice , acute and chronic diseases.
Can bo consulted night and day. and will
visit all parts of the city and country on re
ceipt of letters or teloerams. i23-tf
OFHCE-Roomv.Nos.l2&13JlCOb ' Blocl
COR. FlFTEBNTll-ST. A CAF1TOL-A V.
CJrOFFICE flOURS-S to llTa. m. . 2 to 1.
* nd 7 to 8 P. m. ianSti
H. C. JESSEN , M. D. .
Offiteand Retvirncc : 201 Howard. bet.ltth
Office hours from 8 to 10 a. m. , from 1 to 4 p.
m. . and from 7 to 8 D. m. octlStf
DR. DON * .
OFFICE-510 Thiriienth St. L'p stain.
Treats Chronic.Virulent and Special Diseat-
j including Nervous Debility and Vene
real complaint * '
Charge * reasonable , and permanent cares
made in the shortest time possible. Seminal
Weakness , Spermatorrhea ( night losses ) .
Sexual Debility and Impotency ( loss of
sexual power ) , and all Impediments to Mar
riage permanently cured. No mercury mod ,
Patieats at a distance treated by letter. Med
icines sent everywhere. Consultations fre * .
oenonally or by mail.
Offlce hours : 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday
p. m. to 4 D. m ian2tf
riaje of both
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A PUIVAT2 MEDICAL TltCATlSE on U dir w
f 11 Private Nature in bet i trxn. the Rbojei atnl t.
Til n of ttiv fr jraal EiYrm , aod the tnct&j ot cure l.Xfv )
I ith mfrrmTflrr * , rt4ntdcrBe&l torSScts.
HEDICAi ADVIOK on Sf null and Chronic Dimmer
imina ! Wnkn i , CaUrrti. Canrrr , KupJnre.theOpim
Ii'jttc. , .i0rlf > r > rk 'ntlmrr leal for 10 . A.
brce booka confining 460 pa es andcmTthln vorl
uowlnRonU .iipcrt ; , aent ercvirely Bealcd on n
rtpt of 6O eta. AAlirw , Dr. Butts' Piipen Jr-
C * W * 5 " . "
W. . KNOWLES.
8UCCEESOK TO i. E. BICX.
FIR T CE.ASS WORK
AT tOW BATES.
Box 769. Davenport , Iowa.
Office Seekers , Broad Brims
How the Camerons' Win-Wi
of the Washington Widow.
The President and liis Itcforu
Mrs. Hayes and Her Reform.
Ttoe Here ol" tlio Day.
Oomtpondmcts'of the Bee.
Waabmgton , Apnl 1. Waahii
ton is insufferably dull usually af
Congress has adjourned ; there-d (
not seem to be anything left 1
buildings , department clerks u
tbo debris ; but now the city is
full of ofllce seeKera the streets pi
sent n lively appearance humai
ty very human , going and comii
from the White House to the I
partmentp , and from the Dupa ;
menta to the White Hoube with i
anxious , eager iook on. their fact
I see a very few that look Dem
cratic ; now and then a fellow tta
has a "smile" all over hhnremin
one of that extinct race.
The broad-brimmed slouched lit
so fashionable last winter , has givi
away to the tall antediluvian stov
pipe worn m the days of thepilgri
fathers. The wearers of these hn
look awful hungry , and have ,
suppose , come after their bread at
butter. An official position is i
longer one of honor. It meai
simply and not BO very simp
either , considering all the intrica
wire pulling "business. " The fc
low that has the most money , <
has friends who have money , win
How some of the situations are pr <
cured in the departments , the fu
lowing advertisement in one of tl
evening papers will illustrate :
" $200 will be given to any on
procuring me a situation in one <
the departments. Best of refei
ences. Address S. M. H. , bts
After all there is nothing BO bril
liant in politics as diamonds an
gold I Think of
THE CAMERONS ,
and weep if you happen to belong t
that large class of humanity tha
ire "poor , but proud , " as you
chances for a seat In the Unitei
States Senate are decidedly slim
Now do you suppose that poor eli
3imou Cameron , who has outlive *
liis usefulness , could have had sul
icient influence over the Leglsla
: ure of Pennsylvania to cause then
jo extend his eeat he has just va
sated in the U. 8. Senate to his soi
Don , if It had not been for the pow
jr of money ? Not a bit of it ! J
Don has no reputation for being i
jrilliant statesman. I have nevei
leard of his making a speech pos
libly he has but he has an eye t <
Business ; owns oil wells deep am
ich , coal and iron mines mile.
eng , and also owns the votes of the
niners and controls the Peunsyl
rania Legislature. Who wouldu'l
> e rich ? *
Poor old tiimon. at the ripe age o ;
iighty-nine , is tired of being a pub
ic servant. The climate of Wash-
ngton doesn't agree with him as
Bellas it used to the atmosphen
s too hazy ; and be has been the
Hctlm of the wiles of a widow. He
ittempted to act the "gay deceiver , "
ind flu-ted with her tender affeo-
ions , and she "went for" the old
nan'a purse-strings a mftn living
n Washington as long as he has
loesn't have many heart-strings to
; ofor. But Simon says he didn'l
[ o it , and Mary Oliver has gone to
Courting justice to get what Simon's
ourting didn't give her money !
THE WASHINGTON WIDOWS
xe very suscepucie , ana so are the
K > liticians to the bewitching smiles
iestowed upon them. Ah ! they
re enchanting creatures these
ridows are , and the way their wily
aares are set would out-cunning
3e most cunning fox. There are
EVO classes of politicians the lions
nd the foxes ; but both , in spite of
leir sagacity , fall alike into the
ap prepared for them. A new
lember especially is victimized ,
iy the way , right here I will give a
ord of ad ice to the wives of Cou-
ressmen : By all means accompa-
y your husbands to Washington.
I will give you a fair sample of
ow these unsuspecting innocents
re ensnared and their fragile heart-
: nng8 pulled at. A card , with a
lack edge all around it , bearing the
ame of Mrs. General , or Colonel ,
r Major , or Captain So-and so , is
mt in. The lady is pretty , has a
ne appearance , end looks as sweet
ad demure In the lovely little wid-
W'B cap nestling around her dim-
led modest face. Sne talks in a
> rightly manner for a few mo-
leuts long enough for the victim
i become deeply interested and
ten she uses the strings to her bow
she has several of them most
tfully ; she subsides into a most
ejected attitude ; her beautiful
Igut face has assumed an expres-
Dn of lovely woe ; thus she appeals
his sympathy at once. She has a
n , perhaps , that she wishes to be
page in the Senate in some way
ust she have bread or maybe she
ishea an eighteen hundred dollar
srkship in the treasury ; she must
something to support herself ;
ir early life was one of luxury ; a
ere school girl when she was mar-
id ; she is not fitted for hard la-
r ; what shall she do ? Her bus-
nd's great grandmother was born
the State the honorable gentle-
an represents ; and in the most
aading way she tells her pitiful
> ry of want and suflering , and
ith tears in her eloquent eyes she
gs his pardon for having intruded
on his valuable time. In all ten
rness , and witn a face beaming
ith soft pity , he takes her little
ivety band ( she is sure to pull oft
e glove of her right band while
king to him ) , and pressing it
ntly and thri Imdy , assures her
at he will "Rive her case
a most careful consideration. " To
sure ; of course he will. She
aidly invites him , in a disinterest-
way , to call she would be
* ased to see him , on her dear ,
ad husband's grea t-grandmother's
eount ; and then she gracefully
WB herself out of his presence
th a smile of triumph lurking in
a corners of her parting lips , wbich
jans , "I've got that fellow. "
m't be too sure , my lady ; some
aes the shoe is on the other root.
it the average Congressman is so
1 of human nature that it is pret-
hard for nim , to resist the many
temptations which beset him on
THE NEW ADMINISTRATION
is BO young and tender yet that i
impossible to tell how the child v
thrive under the civil service
form ; all reforms are commendat
but sometimes they are very beat
ful in theory , yet most disastrous
practice. While the reform is
working order and Carl Scburz a
the "colored man" have been
cognized , Pat. Sitting Bull and 1
Mary Walker should not be forg
ten. Send,8t. Pat. , to Kansas
drive away the grasshoppers ; i
lieye Sitting Bull ( ho must be tire
by giving him a place on sot
standing committee , and send I
Mary Walker on an oxpediti
to explore the Rocky mountaii
then the referm will beasuccei
You in Umahu are near neighbc
to Iowa , ain't you ? I sbould thii
Iowa , which was the banner Sta
for Hayes and Wheeler , would fe
aggrieved over not haviug a ti
seat onthe cabinet coach. I pi
sumo Mr. McCrary is satisfied ; yt
it ncems to a very odd streak
judgment to put Mr. McCrary , wl
is such ii flue statesman and lawyc
with no army experience , Into tl
war department , and Gen. Deven
wbo was in the army , and is apra
tieul General , into the Attorm
General's position. Well , the wai
oi u politician are past findiiJ
out No doubt President Hayi
know hia o.vu business. I hope 1 :
does-Home men don't so X'll a
tend to my bu&iuees , wbich in I
mind everybody's busmeca a mo :
The papers all over the countr
are teaming with praises for Mn
Hayes , becanse she is going to wor
a reform in the social world by nc
wealing blazing jewelry and ion
necked dresses. There Is surely
good chance for reform in this dl
rection , but society Is at a low tid
now , as it always is after Congrea
adjourns. We'll wait and see ho ;
the good lady will dispense honor
at the White House next wintei
when fashion is in full blast. A
Mrs. Hayes is a dark-skinned , spare
looking woman , I presume sbe i
too sensible to wear a Jow-uecket
dress ; it wouldn't be becoming ti
her style in the least , and perhap
she hasn't got diamonds and pearls
This being Holy week , the pioui
portion of Washington are in sack
cloih and lamentations , ' especially
that part who belong to the unsuc
cessful sevens ! The successfu
eights have been on a regular tan
of thanksgiving ever since the thirc
of March. What a people wt
Americans are t ever restless and
never satisfied ; we go recklessly
along at break-neck speed , and uc
topping us till we are brought up a
itauding against some wall , where
ill the ex-politicians are sure to go.
I'hoae wre a woeful set of fellows
bat went to the wall so flatly the
ffas Bworn in. Poor Bout well was
beuornest and sourest looking man ;
Massachusetts did well to swap him
or Mr. Hoar ; and you Nebraska
leople , judging from appearances ,
, lso made a good exchange. Mr.
iauuders looks and acts as though
te meaus "business , " and that is
vhat we want the oomingsession.
? his country demands executive
uen , and Governor Saunders looks
ike a man of that sort. Sitting be-
idemein the gallery Jhe day the
Senate adjourned were two young
romen ( maybe they were widows ) ,
cho were commenting upon the
; oed looks of the new Senators :
'Oh ' , what a fine-looking man ;
oesu't he look like a Senator ? "
'What ' lovely white hah : and wbij-
: ers ! " "I do wonder if he is mar
led I" But the Governor was all
ttention below , and quite uncon-
cious of being the object of BO much
We from the gallery are all
uriosity when a new member
lakes his "maiden speech , " and
tie poor fellow gets the benefit of
avere criticism , and if perchance ,
e should hi in his embarrssment
tell you 'tis one thing to make a
aeech to a country crowd , and
uite another matter to make a
leech in the U. S. Senate get hia
ingue twisted and talk about a
military soldier , " as I heard aSeu-
tor who wasn't very new either
iy , why he ifl forever doomed ;
mt blunder never leayes him. By
mere Blip of absent miudedness ,
en. Butler called Sam. Cox "tfhoo
ly"aud ever since when Sammy
as made an attempt to put in his
II , some sleepy republican has
roused and waved him aside with
ilon't bother me ! " \
GOV. WADE HAMPTON , j
ho arrived here Thursday mornj j
ig , Is now the hero. Washington
ways has a hero , and everybody is
inging around Willard's hotel ,
here he is stopping , to get a look
him. Ho is said to be a fine spec
leu of physical manhood , with
irk eyes , hair and complexion ,
aged with roseate hue , which be-
ieaks him a child of the "sunny
> uth " He ia very graceful in
anner , and most attractive and
jreeable in appearance. He says
came here because the President
viled him , and it would have been
est discourteous not to have ac-
pted the invitation. He believes
e people of South Carolina elected
m , and wish him to be Governor
the State , and he will Hold on to
e fort with a death grip. As yet
3 have not learned what the Pres-
ant intends to do with him.
called to the perfect-fitting abiiti
d fine underwear manufactured by
ie Omaha Shirt ftictoiy , Ph.
ittheimer , proprietor. Having
jned an establishment for the ex
isive manufacture ol these goods ,
uarautoes satisfaction m every
> e both at to quality and fit , ana
i facilities are such that he is en-
led to tarn out better work at less
cea t ! an can possibly be offered
ewhoro. A full line of gents'
e furnishing goods constantly on
il. Give him a call. 126ym
0 William M. Bamberre and Lncy M.
nberge. con-re idents. defendant ; .
on are hereby notified that on the 5th
f Match. 1877. Charles Mideley corn
iced an action against yen in tne.Connty
irtfor Doiutlas county. Nebraska , to re-
er from you. the sum of $300.00 and inter-
thereon from February 2. It77. at the
> of 12 per cent , perannntn on a promis-
notepayableto nim. principle 8300 , in *
> 3t at rate afortzaicl , date November 2d ,
1 and papable six months after date ,
order rf attachment was issued in said
ion and your property taken under tbo
le. Toazrereonired to answer on the
day of May. 1877.
pr4-w4t Attorney ! for plaintiff.
Some Startling Developmei
Expected in the Tweed
Sale oftlie PeDiirf & Ro <
Anotner Family Arrested Ju Kt
sas Supposed to be the Mur >
Crazy Horse witb 000 Warriors
About to Surrender.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH FROM Tl
LEADING COMMERCIAL CITIES OF
THE COUNTRY. ETC. . ETC.
QOV. 1'ACKAKD SPKAKS.
New Orleans , April 4 Go
Pac&afd made a speech in the cai
cus to-day , declaring he would insi
on his claim to the governorship i
THE KUODK ISLAND ELECTION.
Providence , R. 1. , April 4. Prei
eut returns indicate that republica
candidates for governor and Hoi
tenant Koveruor have been electe
by iOO to QOO majority.
For the first time in three yeai
the republicans have elected the ec
tire stute ticket.
BURNED TO DEATH
New York , Apnl 4. A suppose
Frenchman entered a house 01
Twenty-seventh street last night
and , after upbraiding Lucy Freemai
because of the life she was leading
lighted a match and set fire to he
jlothes. She ran to the parlor am
then to the street , where a police
man extinguished the flames , bu
she was so badly burned she died ii
i few hours.
EXPECTED DISCLOSURES BY TWEED
Efforts to prevent consummatloi
) f the compromise by realease o
Tweed have been made the pas
reek by men still in the legislature
tnd the courts , said to be most in <
rolved by expected disclosures re-
yarding the passage of the Tweed
A DISASTER AT SEA.
A bark arrived here with the
rew of one vessel and a portion ol
Another that had been m collision
> fi the coast of England. One was
uuk , carrying down four seamen ,
'be other bad been abandoned.
THE UPPER MISSOURI.
Yankton , D. T. , April 4 The
lissouri river is full of ice and rl&-
ig rapidly. Reports from above
bow it to be clear. Boats will
isjte rcgulay Uipct hereafter. The
arroll , which left on Saturday , is
ed up eighty miles above , watiing
> r the ice to pass. She has on
Dard two hundred and twenty-five
POTTED TAIL'S BAND OOJUNO IK.
Dead wood , April 4 A courier
om Spotted Tail's band arrived at
apt. Vroom's camp , near here , to-
ight. He reports Spotted Tail ,
ray Horse and 900 of his warriors
re camped on the Belle Fourche ,
bout fifty miles north , en route to
is agency , to accept the terms of
sace. Sitting Bull still holds out ,
at has but few warriors. The re-
jrt causes great joy here.
CHE BENDER FAMILY ARRESTED.
Little Rock , April 4. A special
i the Gazette from Alma , Crawford
tuntyj jrives the latest in regard to
ie Bender family. George Keifer
id family , supposed to be the orig-
al family of Benders , of murder-
is fame in Kansas , were arrested
are to-day by Kaunas detectives
bo have been shadowing tin
eifer family , and are confiden
tat they have captured the rig > >
irties Detectives have been fo
me time past working as farm
borers in this county , quietly
atoning the movements of their
larry , upon whom they sprang the
SUDUEf ? HALT OF A BURGLAR.
Louisville , April 4. Henry Johu-
n , the supposed leader of a band
burglars , before the commence
ent of bjs trial to-day , sought to
cape by descending forty feet
> m a window in the court house.
B used 4 small piece twine and
, d hardly proceeded four feet
len it broke , allowing him to fall
a brick' ' pevement below. When
3ked up Johnson was found to be
riously injured. A paper of pep-
r and a } arge knife were found ha
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Cleveland , April 4. John B ,
uggeman , an ex-councilman and
11 known citizen , made a desper-
i attempt at suicide at his real
ace this "afternoon. Mr. Brugge-
in was a candidate for street com-
ssioner on the defeated ticket at
> late municipal election. This
itical disappointment and ill
ilth are the supposed cause of the
Hopes are entertained of hia
SAL OF A'KAILROAD.
Jhicago/April / 4. The Peoria &
uk Island railroad was sold with
appurtenances to-day at auction ,
ler a decree of foreclosure of first
rtjjage bondholders to R. R. Ca-
, Rock Island , for 1550,000 , sub-
: to an iiicumb.ranee of $150,000.
isequently the first bondholders
only $400000 and the second
rtgages realize nothing. The
d originally , in 1870 , cost $2,000-
The amount of bonds was $1-
ondon , April 4. The Times pe
rks the Inck of elation in pnblic
ing at the signature of the pro-
> ! , and weighing variona infln-
ea which pilght incline Huwia
* aceor waV sajB : It is doubt-
' true that war can onty b § car-
ried on at an immense sacrifice , i
those witb anything to lose ki
this and permit their zeal to <
accordingly. All intelligence fi
St. Petersburg conbrins this oj
ion , but at the same time accou
of Russian war preparations are
numerous and consistent to be fi
MARKETS BT TELEQRAI
CHICAGO , April 4
ilour Firm ; western extras , fi
' 7n ; common to fancy
extras , 6 50a7 75.
; T Wheat Active , unsettled a
rad higher ; No 2 gilt edge , 1 3 (
, /egular , 1 27al 28J ; closed at 1 2
cash , 127al 2Sf ; closed at 1 2J
April , 132al 33 } ; closed at 1 3
! May , 1 33al 34 } ; closed at 1 i
for June ; No 3,1 20al 20 } ; reje
ed , 1 00al 02.
Corn Fairb active and hlght
No 2 , 38c ; cash or April , 42Ja42 }
closed outside bid for May ; 42Ja4
for June ; rejected , winter recoip
Oats Quiet and weak ; INoJJg
edge , 33 } < ? | regular , 30a31c ; clos
inside ; cash or April , 34a34t , ck
ed inside for THXyT rejected7"2 < > } c.
Bye No 2 , 64c
Barley JNo 2 , 55a55c cash ; 5
Pork Higher ; 1436 cash , Api
Lard Higher ; 960 cash or Apr ;
9 60 May ; 9 70 June.
Bulk Meats .Shoulders , 5c ; she
rib , 7fa7f c ; short clear , 8Jc.
Whisky Fair demand ; steady i
At Close Wheat } c higher. Cor
lirmer and.unchanged. . . Oats , ui
changed. Pork , unchanged. Larc
lirmer and unchanged.
CHICAGO UV-BSTuUK. *
CHICAGO , April 4.
Cattle Beceipts , 3,000 ; marke
'airly active and steady ; values we
Maintained ; Bales /air to chnic
ihippers , 4 40a-5 20 , with few sale
) f extras at 5 37a5 75 ; poor to goo >
jutchers , 3 00a4 00 ; stockers quota
it 3 25a4 25 ; closed steady.
Hogs Keceipts , 10,000 ; niarke
ipencd firm at 5alOc higher ; sale
if light weights , 5 25a5 35 ; mixei
lackers , 5 25a5 60 ; shippers , 5 40
i 00 ; market closed dull with ad
ranee partially lost.
Sheep Receipts , 2,000 ; marke
[ uiet ; valuta steady and unchanged
ST. LOUIS PKOJJDCE.
ST. Louis , April 4.
Wheat Excited and higher ; 1 5' '
ash ; JNo. 3 do , 1 63.
Corn Higher ; 39ja39fc } cash
ipril , 39a39J.
Oate Firmer ; 35c bid cash.
Bye Firmer ; 68Jo.
Barley Quiet and unchanged.
Whisky Steady and unchanged
Pork 14 37 } cash.
Lard Firmer ; 9 50 asked ; 9 37J
Bulk Meats Firm ; clear rib , 7 jc ,
ST. LOUI8"LIVE STOCK.
ST. Louis , April 4.
Hogs Beceipts , 3,000 ; stfiady and
ilr demand ; light shipping to good
orkers , 4 40a5 00 ; bacon , 4 60s
00 ; butchers , 4 99a5 25.
Cattle Receipts , 2fSq-ticuvabu !
ot quotably higher.
JSEW YOBK PBOJUUCB.
NKW YORK , April 4.
Wheat Opened higher ; closed
3iet ; advance- about lost ; ungrad-
I , 1 33al 43 ; JNo 2 Chicago old.
Barley Dull and heavy.
Eggfc Western fresh , 16al6c.
Pork 15 00al5 15.
Lard Prime steam , 10 00.
Butter Steady ; western , Ila20o.
Whisky Shade firmer at 111 } .
NEW YOBK LEVE STOCK.
JNEWYoBK , April 4.
Cattle Beceipts , 2,000 ; market
ill and weak ; 1 00 per head lower ;
ira grades not quotably lower ;
Ir to strictly prime , 10 25all 60 ; or-
nary to medium , 9 OOalO 00.
Sheep Beceipts , 5,000 ; market
sier but prices unchanged.
Hogs Beceipts , 5,000 ; market a
ade firmer ; 5 85a6 00.
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
VANUFACTCBKB OF ALL KINDS OP
urglar Proof Safes !
VAULT DOORS , JAIL WORK , Etc.
pairs of every nature in this line prompt
ly and satisfactorily done. New and
secondhand safes always on band ,
nnfactory on llarney street , one dee
west of Van Corn's machine shops.
tAHA. . - NEBRASKA
IN THE WES1 ,
ir A dulta and Children.
kept by O. W. Homan at the Omaha
) ry Stable , on Harney and 14th street.
U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE.
the Circuit Gpurt of the United States
he District of Nebraska.
son. Bartbolow & Co. )
( . Kin * and Susan T. Kinget al. J
pursuance and by virtue of an lias or-
if sale issued out of the Circuit Court of
Jnited.States for the District of Ke-
[ bearing date Feb. 14th. 1877.and to mo
sted. I will on the 5th day of May. 1877 .
Imted ° ' States ' m > Jthe north door o
postoffice and court homo
linr.in the city of Omaha. Douj.aa
ty. state anddlitriet of Nebraskarsel !
e highest and best bidder , at public
Ion the lands and tenements described
id order , to-wit ; A part of the parcel
nd within the northeast quarter of sec-
eleven (11) ( ) . in township twenty-four
north of range HI 6) ) . west of the sixth
iVSfX " & ! ? ad nown and defined
Mill Lot '
of twenty-five 'and fifty hun-
ths (2550-100) ( ) acres on the reccrded plat
e town of Oakdale , and being situate
ie county of Antelspe. etate of Nebras-
-wit Ihe mill site and
> - : twelve and a
acres of ground , together with the mill
ill other appurtenances thereunto be
ing. Said sale is tosatisfy a decree of
court , daledthe twentieth day of De-
ber , A..D. , 1875. and wherein Hanson.
iholowACo. t pla'ntiffs. and K. Q ,
c and Susan T. Kintr. et al. . are defnnd-
i. Marshal fcr said district of Nebraska
ttdal Master Commissioner , aprt-lt
Wade Hampton Leaves Wash !
ton for Columbia , S. C.
He is Interviewed
And Gives the Country His Op
ion of Chamberlain's Letter.
The Democrats of Atcklsoii , Kans. .
gain a Victory.
4 O'clock P. 91. Beport.
LEFT TOR IIOMK.
Washington , April 4. Govern
Hampton left this morning for C
lumbia. lu an interview laat nigl
in answer to n quentiou regardh
the l 8t letter of Chamberlain to ti
President Hampton said : I had i
tended to prepare a brief reply
that letter concerning some of i
mioHtateinenta or facts and circun
stances , and repelling some of tl
charges uujuitJy made , but l
been unable to do so. Of course
for a man in his position and trus
that people will De equally generoui
Reporter To what partioula
point do you refer to in the lettei ?
Gov. Hampton Well , in the ilra
place he is entirely wrong as to th
fact of troopa ever being sent to th
Htate house. When Gen. Buger ar
rived in Colombia , late at night , hi
was sent ( or by Gov. Chamberlain
and told that the state house wai
surrounded by an armed mob whicl
Troops were quartered m the stati
house that very night al Chamber
Iain's request. The militia com
panies which Mr. Chamberlair.
styles unlawful organizations arc
composed of some of our best citi <
zens , and have been in existence
for a long time , some dating back
prior to the war. Before Chamber
lain fell from grace with the Demo
cratic purty of South Carolina he
utten addressed these very
UNLAWFUL ORGANIZATIONS ,
Eind in some instances joined iu
procession. He is an honorary
member of several of them and has
presented some of them with flags ;
it will not do for him to say such
Reporter How wore his state
ments with respect to hia election ,
Gov. H. They are equally wani
ng in truth. The Supreme Court
> f the State , consisting of three
Republican judges , unanimously
leclded the Mackey ( Republican )
louse iliegal , and yet in tne face of
his Mr. Chamberlain allowed this
rery house to count the votes an/1
leclare him Governor , proposing iu
lis letter to stand by that procedure.
K. I suppose you feel now as if
our path was cleared ol most of
he difficulties that were presented ?
Gov. H. I can't say action with
eference to troops wdl materially
liter my cnances under the laws of
iouth Carolina. Soldiers can be ar-
ested for offences against the State ,
ud imprisoned. If I wished , I
night have issued an order or writ
a case the
PLDIERS FAILED TO RESPECT IT.
could have arrested them all.I
risbed to avoid this , however , and
referred to settle it otherwise.
Reporter Is there any particular
hange you intend to inaugurate re-
arding any one tniug ?
Hampton-1 intend doing many
lings , and more especially to frame
healthy tax law , based upon
also believe in educating the col-
red people , but if I favor the idea
f separate schools , I will recom-
lend a state college for white and
DO for colored people. I think this
'ill be more acceptable. The pub-
c school system will of course con-
nue to be carried on.
R What will you expect will
a the result of your recognition aa
H. In my judgment the result
ill bo the best indication of wls-
> rn of Mr. Hays' policy , which will
) sustained by the whole country.
Atchisou , April 4. The nunici-
il election in this city yesterday
suited in a grand triumph for th
ernocrats , who elected four out o
fe couucilmen , the marshal , city
torney , one justice of the peace
id one member of the school board
ie mayor waa elected by both par
s , W. F. Downs' name being on
ith tickets ; aldo several other can-
dates had no opposition. The
th has heretofore gone iJOO Bepub-
Harrisburg , April 4 Yesterday
arning it was announced that
> ugherty Eros. & Co. , bankers , had
led. Considerable excitement ex-
ed , and when the doors opened a
ge crowd entered. It was then
nounced the bank would im-
jdiately pay 10 per cent , to its de-
aitors , with the hope ot being able
make a better arrangements to-
, rrt the evening. There bad been
Heavy withdrawal ot funds since
> failure of the City bank last
[ > tember.
iMinburg , April 4. The Queen's
eatre was destroyed by fire last
Henna , April 4. Tne Porte is
paring a reply to the protocol , as
Kiting the dignity and independ-
; e of Turkey.
tussia ad vines Montenegro to re-
ince its claim to tne Messees dls-
t , and to make peace on the ces-
i of Kalsshin.
THE LICK ESTATE.
an Francisco , April 4 yester-
' morning in the Nineteenth dis-
it court Richard G. Floyd , Charles
Plum and Schonewald , trustees
the trust created by the late
nesJLIck , commenced fuit against
in H. .Lick and a number of other
intitfs. They ask the court to
sanction and approve of the ct
promise recently made with
heirs. The suit is for the purp
ot disposing entirely of all confll
ing claims r.nd placing matters
such shape that the wishes of 1
testators can be carried out.
THE WATER TROUBLES.
The mayor yesterday addresset
letter to Charles Webb Howai
president of the Spring Vail
Company , demanding that wai
connection be at ouce reslofed
Portsmouth square. Howard ar
wered , declining until provision w
made for paying for the same , ai
stated if tne connection was ina
by any pomnu whatsoever witho
the cousout of the water compau ;
such person or persons would beHELD
HELD PERSONALLY RESPONSIBL
The mayor then engaged a plum
or , who performed the work nece
sary to restore confidence , thong
with reluctance , fearing troub
with tbo water company. Tl ;
mayor stated his intention , if necei
sary , to call out a sufficient uurubt
of police to insure the water supply
Political Notes , Personalities an
JBloomiugton , Neb. , April 2. ]
thought I would como and se < > i :
YOU ha-I shed any teare oyer whal
ho poor little * Insignificant , ftdver-
.ismg eheet , the Uloomington
3uard , says about you. You should
lot publish any thing about bis dear
and omce friends , and as you are
lot "good authority for anything
rou publish , " 1 don't see why he
, ud all his friends are so anxious
0 see the BEE wheu it comes. I
inly wish we had more such papers ,
ml if we had one here like the
) EE , there would not be so much
aeauness carried on. I think if the
Juard man had studied hia gram
mar and spelling when he was a
oy , he could get up a better paper
Web. Eaton has juat returned
om Washington City and reportsif
e had not gotten there as soon as
e did , tiol. Males would have been
instated in the postoffice at Bloom-
igton , but as he arrived there be
ut a stop to that.
Oh , Lord , give us a rest from such
leu as Eaton claiming the honor
f figuring mall routes through
om Kearney to the Black Hills.
wonder whereDake was at that
me. Birds of a feather will flock
igether. Where do we nnd the
etuncl Hitchcock land office nng ?
a usual , at the Democratic head
aarters. Theie is a complete road
jateu from the U. S. laud office ,
ow what doea all this mean ? Is
putting up a Job to run an inde-
jndent ticket this fall , combined
ith the Democrats to beat the Re-
iblicans in this county ; and if we
ished we could name some of their
indidates already selected. But
ie staunch Republicans of Frauk-
1 county will nominate a ticket
lat will rout them worse than the
luier boy did the flock of geese ,
id I can see already defeat inscrib-
1 on their banner as plain as the
iwn of day.
Buck & Greenwood are quite flour-
jing merchants here ; as aru Ala -
a , Cole & Shaffer.
Mr. G. H- Shepherd has the most
actice here of the land attorneys.
Mr. JRoy Tinkham , our county
? asurer , has been quite sick , but is
> le to attend to his business again.
Mr. Dorsey is better and is seen
the office with Marshall , as clerk ,
ie Republican City News man
ya Mr. Dorsey is the only land of-
: er in the State who had no ene-
ies when he came into power , and
is achieved none since.
How nice ( or real nice , as the
lardsays , ) it must be not to have
iy enemies. I should like to be
at simple-looking to have people
ink I had none. Henry Hulburt
doing a good business at the
I wonder if tbe editor of the
lard has called on Capt. Presson
G. H. Shepherd to see if that
itement in the BEE signed by
Jitizen" waa true. If so , we
mid like to have him arise and
plain. When the Guard gets up
d tells his experience , I will
ite again. I hope , though , 1 am
t on the "wrong track , " for 1
iuld like to have the good opinion
the people if the ix > rd is willing.
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
L. Hospe Jr. & Co
4 DODGE ST. .
lorge R. Wetmore plaintiff , TI. Fred-
t Brind. defendant , before Luther R.
iht. Justice of tbe Peice within and for
( laa county. Nebraska ,
tbe 20tb day of February. A. D. , 1877.
Justice issued an ordjr of attachment
e above action for the turn ef 113.50.
GEORGE R. WETMORE.
laha. March 6th. 1877. mar7-e sat3t
AND HOW AND WHERE TO 00 IT | | |
jk of Ml pages everr adTeitletr ihoulcl Li
cmiiliiK contracts , bent for U > ceats bj
k _ Advertising
. . . i i >
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SO f-i " } ' 3rni-r 3 rl itarn nt
HELLMAN & CO. .
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
Manufacturers of Clothing1 ! |
-AKD DEALERS IN- N
Gents' Furnishing G-oods , &c. , &c.-
321-23 Xferxiltam St Corner ISthStroot ,
ONE PRICE BOOHS MAUKKD IS I'LAIS WUI-K55
M. J. MoKELLIGOtf ,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF -
4. . . . . . . . . . ; . -f
IWines , Liquors and Cigarsj
4 . f-
No 174 Farwham Street , . - - l nh
Old Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty
Agents for the Eldorado Wine Co. , California.
CTOmsT S. -TJLFZELID ,
- WHOLESALE AN1 > RETAIL
- . . - . * .
! Bookseller and Stationer !
- DEALER IH -
IL9TH AND PAPBR WINDOW SHADES AKD SBADB FUTURES
Ko. 222 FARXlHf&lB
> MAHA. . . .
may ± t-tf
A. HUBERMANN ,
And Buyea ? of
11 and 513 Thirteenth Street , Omaha. Nebraska
The attention of publb is called to my large and
STOOIC of FT
hioh is now ready for inspection. The constantly increasing facilities , together . with
rsonal euporin tendency of the manafacturinp. warrants a Grit claia stock of goods. All
my fur ? arc made in the best workmanlike manner , manufactured of choice and galect
ins , and. owing to the advanttge of buying rair material from first hand ; . I can , afford
soli greatly below New York prices , bingle sets aent to any part of the country nnd if
it satisfactory can be returned at my expense. AH kinds of furs are kept on hand 4
to the Latest Style * .
AW Skins Dreuod oad Manufactured According
OTlBtf _ A HTTBERMANN. ,
O-AJSDST & CO. ,
- DEA1JEE8 IN -
Gents' Furnishing G-o.ds : , Hats ,
laps , Trusts , VaOisses 2to. , Etc. ,
} - - OMAHA ,
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( SHCcew0ra to Orelgbtoa ft Morraa. )
VHOLESALE GROCER :
A9ENT8 FOB HAZABD 1'OWDEB COMPAKY
O5 Famh&m St. . Omaha.
JNO. . EDWARDS ,
IJEAJiBB IN .
mit , Butter , Eggs , Cheese , Etc. .
IA1 Famliam Street , Omaha , STeb.
Conslgmnento and Orders solicited. Al ! Cor *
pondence promptly attended to. Pnrch&Ning aJ
[ nds ol Goods for outside Parties a specialty. _ _ .
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ce : 515 131i Street Ufflala Net Georie Fallersoii
Pratt & Towle ,
MUTEKS OF AEITHBAOIl'E AND BITUMINOUS
OFFICE fc08 Thirteenth-St. . Omaha , ob.
'hie HighLest Oasli IPrice !
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