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OMAHA. WEDNESDAY MHRNINGk APRIL 15, 1874.
HIE DAILY BE &
EDWAKD BOSEVATER, Editor and Prcp'i
Office Xo. 13m rurnlimn aireet. betvr.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
rOciopy,o'iejer. in France-
Mx months in advaace 4.0Q
" three months in advance 2.W
ESTIf not paid in advance, $3 per annum wjl
ml If led.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McCLURE A SMITH, 1S5 Harney street,
tfetween 11th and 12th. decl8 U
Glau and Picture Frames.
J. ReiDiiart, 186 Douslas street, anuerw
and p.cture frames.
lone to order.
XT. n. SANDERS. rTacucsi
Ml l'lth'atreet. opposite postoffice. aepl2U
It not and Rttoe.
PHIUP LAKO, lKFarnham street, between
rath and Eleventh, 'eb! ,-ly
H. I. LATEY. torn.rT-emh Donsla;
rtrepte. Jtsnuiaciurprmi" ..
Candies and Confectionery.
POLAND A ELLIOTT. O a.. Jme. Ce
ment. IU:r, etc 134 Farnham str et.
J. A RMEIJEK. Dmnjiit, corner iJtb and
FPFTH Mcl"H'. Fr d Acrldent
Miiran Afinu. ovtT the P.wt offirr.
M. ELG UTTER, No. 200 Farnham street.
Itenl V 'ntenrulOoal Ofllte.
JOHN J01i:sM)N. '-K. "tkkeU
etwtenFari.. and Pouzlas ; tilto, u
anil from Error. Drafts, Insurance, etc
c A NEW LAUNDHY oi.e-l at n.eTe"
fl L,,n landiam and Dmis!. pe
VTihlw art lronine wiU 1 done t order first
limine urn! Slcit falntera.
TPftW A PEARD. House and ijl
Palmers, Tentb st.t. between Farnha... ani
PREMIUM POAV WORKS. Towelj Co.,
n Klvc firt i.rrmuims aw rtlrd I.t "euc
Ssco'untv and Plat-Fairs, an.- Pottawattamie
Co ,ntT Jowl Onl. i solicits irom the trade
E. ESTARRO IK.
W. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE S. W. Car. lull and DoiiRlM.Oma
La, Neb. uicMltl
O. H. BALLOU. r.V. B GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Offic In Crclih tu's new block, southeast cor
room, id flvor.
OMAHA, - - - EB-
C. A. BALDWIN. OKO.al.O'BRICX.
ISALIWIX & ('BRIEX.
ATTOKXEYS AT LAW.
OfEee-CUIJwell RIocV, Douglas Street,
OMAHA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. COMIX,
OFFICE SO 2, VISSCHER'S BLOCK,
T. W. T. Iticlmrds,
Attorney at Law,
Office 310 13th St., bet. Farnham
aud Douglas, Omaha, Xeb.
P-0. Box 800. "Si"
SAVAGE & M ANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
242 FARNHAM STREAT.
s. J. sno.
evo. f- rarrcHETT
SPAUN k PRITCHEH,
Altoraeys and Counselors t Lw.
Office, 50 TweUth BtreeL
aaa., I,wc Rot Ada. Omaha. Neb.
We J. CQNNELL-
Oounsollor m. Xj.-7
District Attomej for Second J-d-
OFTICE South side ol Farnham, belwoen
1Mb and 16th tM opioaite Court lious.
N. J. BTONHAM.
No. SCO Farnham Street
JOHN W. LYTLE,
ittorner-at-Lan' aud Solicitor
OFFICE-Orer First national Banlt,
Attorney at Law-
5091-2 7EIETSSNTH ETBEET, OMAHA.
0. W. A3IBE0SE,
KEUICK'S OrERA HOUSE
OMAHA - NEB.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney aud' ;Connselor "at Law.
OFFICE Eooa B Z Lscter'ilccki
OMAHA - - NEB.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
At Wholes-ilo and Retail.
BEST OF MISSOURI WHITE OAK ANP
Burr.Oal: fee PosU 3 oJ o, the
same quality, iv. . ii.jiii
Pct not thy trait in "Princes."
All T want is
to be let alone.
"With the opening of spring, the
curb-stone opera season will fairly be
inaugurated in Omaha.
One reason why the Republican
favors inflation is because it wants
to le a church organ.
It was Colonel "Wilbur and Judge
Dudley yesterday. It is Captain
Dudley and Judge "Wilbur to-day.
Such is life.
Mrs. Van Cott held a love feast
at New Orleans Sunday. What a
pity the editor of the Herald could
not have been there.
Coming events cast their shadows
before, as Mayor Chase said when
he read the resolutions passed at the
colored citizens' meeting.
Unless Mayor Chase will devise
some plan to dispone of some of the
I .,,Linr ntiriina for ivwitinti! Oil
the police, the Mayor's office will
soon have to be enlarged.
Whenever the Omaha reporter
of the Associated Press happens to
be short of news he transmits the
following stereotyped announce
ment : "All is quiet on tne opouuu
Knocked .Down !
A remarkable fact can be ascertain
ed by inve-tig.iting our stock and
prices that we have red need to a very
low Grrure all of our clothing and
GenL-i'. furnishing good, far below
the price of any other hou?e. Over
coats in particular cm be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent leii than
our former prices. Quick sales and
small profit) is our motto.
feb.3-lr 20o Farnham street
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gem-, pi.-tols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 20G Farnham fct
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
"RriHnvtd tirkot bought rtnit sold.
LEWIS S. r.hKD
BYRON REED & CO.
The Oidct Established
Real Estate Agency
Ke-'p a comp'etc Atetrart of Title to all Real
stFtteinOiuiiUaand Douglas uii y.
o I? Fonrtffnfh St.. Omaha. eh.
E. F. COOK.
637 14th SU between Docgli and Dode
Manufacturer of Tin, drper andSheet Iron
V-re, and doaler In
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japinued and French Wae on
hand. Tin Roofin;, flutters aud dfoutingand
00 V ork doua ni warranted. fibJtf
CAEPENTER AND BUILDER,
35 FARNHAM STREET.
G-EO. W , ELKINS
1916 & 1918 Mat Let St.,
G-rain, Flour. Seeds.
; Barley, Halt Hops.
AfcL ABOOrTIintVATKB AVOllKS.
The central city of the Wet
Quite proud of late has grown,
Ai d ftels it ran no loader wait
Tlie greatest cities of the world
Wh wih to cut a swell,
At once erect a ieserr ir
Upon ttitirhiLet hill.
We read in tl-e days of Noah
That water wo Ls wcretrinl;
Tie troub't wa. t ey h&! costwe.s,
An 1 so the pco) lc died.
Iyt us then rrincrultT
If aicr works we try.
To put In sexeiscood andrtrorg.
And (nave o,l sttte'tf quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once.
Then rTerylody In the town
Will buy their hats of Rimre.
For all new tyl-s that lowureout.
Some filty kinds or n ore.
YuuM find them cheap nt Itjnce's
Famous New York store.
The Chttup'-on Ilattcr of thj Wet.CVJ Doug
Ia Street. ineU26H
fH H &q
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3peclal!j Beported for tie Oaaha Daily Bee,
by the Atlantic and PiciSc Telegraph Co.
The Committee on Finance to
Provide for the Payment of
the Bonds of the Louis
ville and Portland
pany. Senator Frelinghuysen Rrports
Back the Civil Rights Bill,
Introduced by the Late
Washixotox, April 14.
Mr. Scott, from the committee on
finance, roported back the bill to
provide for the payment of the
hands of th Louisville and Port
land canal company, with the re
commendation that the House sub
stitute for the bill be adopted with
certain amendments. Placed on
tlio olnnrln S
Mr. Frelinghuysen, of the com
mittee on judiciary, reported back
the civil rights bill, introduced on
the first day of the session by the
late Senator Sumner, with the
amendment and reccommendation
of the majority of the commute
that it be passed as amended.
Placed on the calendar.
At the expiration of the morning
hour, Mr. Carjicntor moved that tho
Senate proceed to the consideration
of the bill for u new election in Lou-
lMana. Mr. bnerman opposed the
motion, but the bill was taken up.
Mr. Frelinchuvsen made a lejral
and constitutional argument against
Mr. "yest was next entitled to tho
floor, but yielded to Mr. Morton for
a motion to go into extra session,
which was agreed to, and afterwards
the Senate adjourned.
The committee to-day heard Mr.
Mitchell, President of tho Milwau
kee and St Paul Railroad Com
pany, advocating the building of a
bridge acro-s the Mississippi Rivor
near LaCrose. The Secretary has
refuxxl to consent to the locating of
the bridge, except at a point selected
by tho Government engineer, direct
ly in front of LaCrosse.
The committee reported adversely
to the throwing open the Clinton,
Iowa, bridge over the Missisippi to
the ue of all roads now owned by
the Chicago and Northwestern Rail
road. A minority of tho commit
tee will recommend the bill to be
The amendment of Mr. May
nanj's bill, proposing the resump
tion' of "specie payments, was re
jected. Mr. Woodford, of tho Committee
on Civil Servico Reform, reported a
bill to provide for a commission to
reorganize the cutom service. Re
ferred to the committee of the whole,
on the state of tho Union.
Mr. Kellogg of the same com
mittee reported a bill for the reor
ganization of the treasury depart
ment; same referred.
Mr. Kellogg also reported a bill
abolishing the ortloo of appraiser of
imported merchandise at Portland,
Cloveland, Milwaukee, Memphis,
Evansville, Louisville, Norfolk,Mo
bile, Toledo and Pitt-burgh, and
providing that there shall bo only
Ik; one appraiser of merchandise at
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston
Mr. Dawes intimated in rather a
sarcastic way, that the committee
on civil service reform were en
trenching on the business of tho
ways and means committee, and
wsls replied to by Mr. Kellogg, Mho
Mr. Eawcs had always been loud
spokon in general reform., but never
tried to bring down a special case;
that was what the civil service re
form committee were trying to do
now. After further animated col
Ioquail discussions, motions were
made by members representing the
respective districts affected, to strike
out thejr particular ojty, but all the
motions weiii ' negatlv, and the
The House took up the currency
bill, and Mr. Butler withdrew his
motion to substitute the Senate bill
for the House bill, ne explained
his action by paying he had been
assurred by tho chairman of the
banking committee that 'after this
bill was passed ho would move to
the speaker's table and take up and
pass the Senate bill.
Soveral amendments were then
offered, and Mr. Maynard rrjoved
the previous question on "the bill
and the amendments,
Tho flrst vote was on the amend
ment of Hoar, providing that after
July 4Ui, ibiO, notnlng but gold and
silver shall be legal tender, and pro
viding after that date for the ex
chango of outstanding United
States notes into 4 per cent 10;30
gold bearing bonds; rejected, yeas,
seventy, nays 0110 hundred and
The next amendment was Mr.
Foster's, providing for the gradual
retirement and cancelment of legal
tenders: rejected, 105 to 133.
The bill than passed, yeas, 12S,
nays, 116. '
Mr. Butler moved to proceed to
busiuess on tho Speaker's table.
After a quantity of business was
disposed of, the Senate bill to amend
the national currency acts, and to
establish free banking, was reached.
mr. Hoar made a point of order,
that it being a bill to increase the
national debt, it must first be con
hidored in conimitteg of the whole.
Mr. Garfield made an additional
point that no proposition for a tax,
or charge on the people shall be dis
cussed the same day it is offered.
The chair overruled the points on
the ground that if the bill having
originated in the'Senate, It was Im
properly before tho House, as the
Senate couldn't originate a bill open
to such objections, and this was a
point that the House, not the Speak
er, must decide.
Mr. Garneld then raised the ques
tion that the bill was not properly
In the House, and should be re
turned, the Senate vote being had
as to whether the House should "so
declare; It was declared in the neg
ative. ' House adjourned.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The Steamship Greece, with
Passengers of the Lost
Steamer Europe, Ar
New York, April 14.
Tho steamer Greece, of the Mail
line, which rescued the passengers
of the French steamer Europe, on
the second of April, arrived at this
port last night. After passing
quarantine, the Greece anchored in
the North river, about midway be
tween the piers of the National and
Frencn lines. The passengers left
the steamer at about 8 o'clock last
evening, and immediately left' tor
their destinations, the steerage pas
sengers being provided with tempo
rary accommodations. Many of the
rescued French crew on landing,
persisted in carrying about their
necks the cork life preservers, to
which they had. persistenly hung
ever since their rescue from the
Europe. It is impossible toascertain
from officers of the Europe, the cause
of the disaster. 2s one seemed to
know anything about it; but the
steamer sprang aleak and was aban
doned when there was eight feet of
water in the hold: The statements
of the officers of the Greece were
very clear. 'Surgeon Page stated
that Thursday, April 2d, the3 sight
ed a ship, and coining abreast of her
found thatshe was a steamer. While
the officers were at dinner at four i.
m., the Captain was called out, and
the Assistant Surgeon said some
thing was the matter with the
French steamer. He said ho saw a
signal of sinking flying at the mast
head. On coming along side, they
saw the Captain making gestures.
The Chief officer of the Grece got.
boats, and the passengers of the
steamer were transferred. There
were in all 319 persons. The
French vessel was then abandoned.
After a while Surgeon Pago went ,
on deck ami saw Captain Lemair,of
the Furope, who said his vessjdwas
sinking. The officers of the'Grcece
did all they could to make tho res
cued passengers comfortable. Next
morning the chief officer and en
gineer of the Gree6e boarded the
Europe at the Frenclcaptain's re
quest. They soon returned, but
Surgeon Page did not know what
reMrt was made. At GJ50 a. m.
they returned to the French steam
er, anil before going Chief Engineer
Buck lade good-bye to Page,saying:
"It's ri.-ky, but I am going," The
Salvage erc-w numbered twenty
live, Including the surgeon and as
siatant. The Greece lay to for
several hours, and saw them
make sail, and while in attempting
to get eastward the EurojH) col
lided with tho stern of Greece.
Surgeon Page saj-s the JTrpnch crew
acted very cowardly, "none of them
volunteering to return to the sink
ing ve-sel. Passengers and crew of
the Europe numbered 319, 38 of
which were cabin passengcraand
1S3 steerage. ,
Capt. Lemaire of the lost steamer
Europe, -n conversation yesterday,
said he oould not give any opinion
on the disaster; he could notaccount
for water raising in the hold;
he had searched tbe entjrp vessel,
but could po.t locate tho leak; were
two days out when tho leok was dis
covered, and did not recard it at
first as sufficiently serious to return
to port, w lien the Europe's passen
gers were transferred to the Greece,
they took no" baggage, as the officers
of the Greece would not permit
it. No baggago was saved.
Captain Thomas, of the Greece,
asked Captain Lamaire aboard his
vessel, promising to put him aboard
the Europe when hg desired to go.
Lemaire. makes "grave charges
against the Greece's officers, viz:
That Thomas did not return him to
his own ship as promised when the
E.uropo was. rapidly tilling witli
water; also that the chief engineer
went off in a boat to examiuo the
sinking Europe, and when Lemaire
wanted to go in the same boat he
was rudely pushed back by officer
Buck, of the Greece. They would
not permit the chief engineer of
the Europe to go either, and they
were forcibly detained on board.
Lemaire claims that all his officers
and sailors were anxious to go
back, although he admits
they went off the Europe
with the passengers according to
his orders. He also claims that the
passengers of the Europe were badly
treatetf aboard tlie Greece, sonic
even brutally. When the chief
engineer of the Greece returned he
reported seven feet of water in the
Europe's hold. The prize crew, 23
iu all, were sent aboard, notwith
standing ho and his officers protest
ed, and a cable was attached to the
Europe, and in fixing it a collision
occured,'driving a hole eight feet by
live in the stern of the Greece. The
entire cargo of the Europe were lost,
only the mail being saved. Captain
Lemarie wrote out a detailed state
ment last night, embodying the
foregoing facts. Chief engineer and
purser of the Europe, also several
cabin passengers corroborate Le
maire's statement. The purser
says the cargo was worth
2o0,000 franca and included 18,000
baskets of champagne, an immense
quantity of silks and forty tons of
sundries. Captain Thomas of the
Greece tells a different story. He
says that Captain Lamarie signalled
the Greece and requested that his
passengers and crew be taken
aboard, as his vessel was disabled.
After all wero tranferred Lemarie
himself came- aboard. He stated
that hi? ship would probably sink
inside of 24 hours. Next morning
Thomas sent sent tho Greece's chief
engineer aboard with orders to re
port on her condition. He reported
tliq lour of tho engineer's room
covered wjth" Wflte'r but not
deep. Tlie fires still burned,
but were almost out for
the want of fuol and not from
water; he then put tho prize crew
aboard of the Europe, and after see
ing al was rfght, Jcft her, He says
ho trouble or remohstranee occurred
from the Lemaire, when he,
Thomas, put the prize crew aboard,
or when he sent her off. His engi
gjn'oor Lemoire was standing by
vfitfi'a life preserver on, butsajd
nothing) He ' indignantly denjes
preventing-Lemau-o from visiting
his ship; h&never oxpfessed the
slightest desire totfcat effect All
uie urenea crcwxgppeareu to oe
St. tlppis, April 14.
Great damage isbeing done, and
great excitment prevails along the
lower Mississippiriver by the seri
ous crevasses and extensive over
flows of its banM, flooding hun
dreds of acres of lapid. These over
flows which are always bad at this
season, are of unuJoal and alarming
proportions at present, and fears are
entertained atNew Orleans and
other cities that a general and very
uisusiroua uuiuge. yrui overwueim
Tbe Creole publishes a letter from
Mt. Verjion, Ills., which gives an
acoountrof n new kind of crusading,
by the? ladies of that town. On
Friday'last, Mrs. S. S. Wilson, ac
companied by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. The. Watson, went to the drug
store ofgE. M. Shephard, and de
mandedgto see a prescription on
which her husband is in the habit of
obtaining liquor at that store.
Mr. Shepherd being absent, tho
clerk refused to accede to tho de-
mand,rbut advised her to see Dr.
Porteryfnnd have him revoke the
prescription. Mrs. Wilson remarked
thisas a mere attempt. She
told the clerk that If he didn't pivo
up the prescription she would blow
histbrains out, at the samo time
presenting a pistol at his head, and
appearing to be in great excitement.
Mrs. Wilson was induced to call
t Dr. Porter, when with her pistol
rarawn kTip nlifninpil rtAlv rnvnl..
ttop-of the prescription,, and tho
ladtorthen "proceeded to-Shopard's
salooHjj and Dr. Johnson's drug
store,and with weapons presented,
gave them their orders, after which
they wontTjhome much to tho relief
of all doctors and saloon kcepors in
Bostox, April 14.
The second ballot was as follows
whole number, 266: Dawes, 83;
Curtis, 70"; Banks, 9; Sanford 4;
Vhittier?2 ; Pilman, 1 ; Hoar, 57 ;
AdamsflT; Bullock, 5; Washburn,
S; Leonard, 4; G. D. Robinson, 1.
- St. Louis, April 14,
Representatives of tho Bridge
Tunnel Co., and nil tho railroads in
tho city held a private meeting here
yesterday, and it is said they selec
ted allocation for the Grand Union
Depot. A company will be formed
ina few daj-s and a charter be ap
plied for. It is understood the depot
will e located on tlie line of the
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, be
tween Stli and 14th streets.
. Boston, April 14.f
At balloting to-day tho whole
number of votes cat waa 200, Dawes
87, Iroar 71, Curtis 70, Adams 13,
Banks 0, Bullock 9, Sanford 2, Wash
bum 3, Whittier 1, Pierce 2, Learned
Special lo tlie Omaht Bke.
Laramie, W. T., April 13.
A mino of peturitze has been dis
covered near the lately discovered
Kaolin mine, about twelve miles
from this placo. These two articles
aro the ingredients used in the man
ufacture of porcelain. The discov
ery occasions some excitement, and
the mines will be developed at once.
In China, where these two In
gredients have been found here
tofore exclusively, the petuntzc is
is mixed with the kaolin, for the
manufacture of procelain. The
petuntzc is a quartzose feldspathic
rock, consisting largely of quartz,
as is the case with, its ally, tho
kaolin,, which cousists chiefly of
St. Louis, April 14.
The proposition to establish direct
trade between the Mississippi States
and Brazil by putting on a line of
steamships from New Orleans to
Rio Janerio, attracts a great deal oi
attention here. All classes of busi
ness heartily endorse the scheme,
and the press speaks most favorably
of It. A joint convention of the
Board of Trade and Merchant's Ex
change, who have been examining
the matter for somo days past will
report approvingly, and there is no
doubt the enterprise will receive lib
eral aid from the merchants of this
Ciiicaqo, April 14.
A disgraceful row occurred at tho
saloon, No. COS, on South Halsted
street, between two girls named
Dora Castello and Minnie Brown,
in which Dora stabbed Minnie with
a knife over tlie left eye, inflicting
probably a'fatal wound. It is about
a young man named Dan Mahony,
with whqni both are in love. They
are hard cases. Dora is under ar
rest. Cincinnati, April 14.
Two employees of Robinson's cir
cus, Hamilton and Park, while load
ing cages on a bargo
Fifth fetroet, fell into
at the foot of
the fiver and
rJQIjGLAS STREET 2IC.
Just op-nod with a large stock of Laiiea'
furnishing GooJs, consisting of
MADAME FO"5 CORSETS,
THOMPSON CLOVE - FITTINCl, CHIL
DREN'S WAISTS. FRENCH CORSETS,
and in joy others. Abo
EmtToHery, EdglLice', Tricnings, liip-
p:rs, rnlber b'.bi, aid ether fancy goofs.
PLEASE GIVE ME a CALL,
Omaha, lei.. I J. U. II. SlltX.V.
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promf nade Sulls, Evening Pre scs, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrapi-rs, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der in tlie laVst Pjnsian styles. Having car
ried on fashionable cuttiDgaud fitting fur la
dle in all Us branches in the various ciidtals
and ceutrpjQf fashion in Kuropeand America,
I taVe jlea.ureln Introducing ray self to the
ladies of Omah i. Satisfaction guaranteed in
every department of my proBeuion.
Ao. SOOIBlli Mrrrt.
oc2yl B. WILF.
MRS. S. A. WHITCOMB.
Dress and Cloak Maker,
Rvas over Mrs. SicltVi Millinery Store,
23? fari!:tj ST., osiaiia, jtek.
Opposite tha Grand Central Hotel.
Pattern-, of all Kinds oa Baud,
A 04 rut to order Jrcaa Actual Measurement.
Cutting & Fiting a Specialty
-HVCISTEK OF HIE DEPARTED.
Bo- 408 10th Et, otteta Faraiaai t Earrey.
Will by tbe aid of jrairdlan spirit;, obtain
ferany one a view of tfie past, present xnd fa-
rtare. No ftn charged la cutis ol aickoeai.
PHU - -
V- t PH" J W3Jl nncd. 54llU Umei. SO-lny 4JM
The Brazilian Govern ment Par
dons the Bishop of Puem-beco.
Madrid, April 14.
The Carlist force that was before
Gerrona has retired, the municipal
authorities having paid them 100,
000 reals to dosist from the blockade
of the citv.
ViExyA, April 14.
Hans Christian Anderson, a well
known Danish novelist, is announc
ed to be dying.
The upper House of the Austrian
Reichrath to-day passed an eccle
siastical bill. A large number of
the Bishops made demonstrations
after the division of the Hou-e, on
the passage of the bill, and indig
nantly left the House.
Paris, April 14.
Advices from Rio Janerio, re
ceived here, report that the Brazil
ian government has has pardoned
the Bishop of Puembeco.
Viexxa, April 14.
Emporor Francis Joseph has sent
a conciliatory reply to tlie Pope's
recent protest against ecclesiastical
Lodox, April 14.
The Princess Teukhtu been safely
accouched of a son.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
New York Money Market.
New York, April 14.
Gold 1 14.
Money 1 jer cent.
Sterling Exchange 1S4 for sixty
days' bills; 4S3 for sight.
Stocks Adams Express, 99 ;
American Express, 63; United
States, 70 j; Wells Fargo, 79; Bos
ton, Hartford and Erie, 38; Western
union, n; ; j.ukc ftiiore, i
orth western, 53 j, preru, 70; Si
Paul, 421 ; preFd, C3; Central Pa
cific bonds 01J; Union Pacilic bonds
Governments 'Sis, 120l121 ;
'C2s, 118119; 'G4s." 20;
'G5s,121J121$; '60s new 119J
119J ; C7s, 120212O; 'GSs, 120;
10-40, lloQUol; os, 11511GJ;
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, April 14.
Wheat Firmer; No. 2 spring,
1 24I1 25; No. 2 fall 1 SO
Corn Steady; G364on track.
Oats Dull at 4SJ49 on track.
Rye Quiet, 9495
Pork Lower, a j 10 50 J G 75.
Lard Active at 9J9.
New York Produce Market.
New York, April 14.
Flour Firm at G 50G 70.
Wheat Firm; fair spring 1 5G(
Oats Firm at G161L
Rye 1 0S1 12.
Barley Quiet at 2052 10.
Whisky Held at 0G.
Freights Firm at 910.
Chicago Produce Market.
Ciiicaoo, April 14.
Wheat Finn; cash 1 24; May
1 22J; June 1 28J.
Corn Firm; Maj' Gojc; JuneGUJc.
Oats Firm; cash, 43'c; May,
Pork Quiet; cash and May,
16 00; June, 16 25.
Lard Quiet; May, 9 621 bid; June,
9 759 50.
Rye 92c bid.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Ciiicaoo, April 14.
nogs Receipts for 43 hours 9,
000; market tinner, moderately
active; 5 00G 00 for common 5 45
a 60; common to good, COO
6 25 for good to choice.
Cattle Receipts heavy; market
25 cents off.
Sheep Firm, sales at 5 007 50.
ORDIXAXr E XO. SOi.
An or linance in regard to tho Issuing of licenses-
lie it ordained by the Council cf the City of
Sec I. That all licenses width may by the
provisions of any existing ordinance, "be issued
for a term ol 6 months or mure.sbail hercina n r
be issued so as to terminate on thelsti'sy
ot J.nuary orthe'stday of July of tacli year,
and that tbe Ices of suib licenses shall b ti.e
same a how required byoniimn'e. provided
that in tbe case of liquor license,! the rte lor
the first six mouths during width such litcnvs
may run, shall be the same as now required for
a license fur six months, and far the time in
exces ot six months, during which such l:o -nie
may run, tbe rate shall bo the same xj require 1
for a lid nse for r.ne y ar.
Sec. 2. That he licene mentioned in tbe
fi a section hereof shall be datrd on the first
day of tie month in hich tho application
tl erefore is made an J pa'd fur according! r
Sec 3. That there shall te kept looks of
blank li ene, by the CI rk, of sumci-nt num
ber, which lit oks shall contain not only blink
licences, but altostubbj ci the same, and so
bound tl.at sa the licences are to n frt m the
book, t hi stubbo? each shall remain bound in
the book, and flat each stubb and licens shall
contain corresponding numben which shall l-c
consecutive through the book and each stubb
shall express up n its face the number of the
licence taken from it, the persjn to wh m it
was issued, th purpose fur which i-uid, the
dale cf iU Issue asd the time lor which issued,
ad the amount of license fte received fur the
Sec 4. Thlt ordinance shill b3 in fnrce
and take effect on the 15:h day of A' ril, 1871.
Passed April 3d. I87L
E D. KITTON, J. S. OIBSON,
C ty Clerk. Presidet City.CouclI.
Approved April 4th, IS7I,
J. S. GIBBON,
apll 2 Acting Mayor.
Save Your Papsr ragsj
Patronize Home Industry
n. BEP.THOLr, 161 and 105 Toucan stree
between 10th and 11th, north side, making a
rengernents to build a
PAP E MILL IN 02IAHA,
Desires to purchase taveral hundred tons of
rap of all kindi at Eulern prices. Cash on
MANUFACTURE!! AD DEALER IK
BOOTS & SHOES
Rock Island, 101.; Pacific Mail. 471:
C C & I C, 32; Wabash. 45;
Erie, 34; New York Central. 99 V:
fiZZrvr"' Uli1 c-" " vezx style. GreaaFiWtfsi their Season , MA'M
SlOnihSt. Between Famkara and Doa;!. StUflhei" r IU 8ean Prices to suit the ocnlL,,,,, a 1MW9
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, GOTi. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
Is Complete now: Our Assortment in
g thing s Gents' FumisMiu
Comprises tlio liatos'c ITovreliios.
THE LATEST STALES SET HATS A2TO CAPS.
Have also a Full Line in EOY'S ami YfMPNrvs pnri.in.
A. BROWN, 24
An Immense Stock
soia lower tnaii any oner nouse in tne
im a. K9 a n h w w m
iM.m, Mmss ci, fi,
til IU 18 U 8i lilttr&IiaD U!iUIf.
ALPACAS & MOIlAIIiS, also YELYET & BEAYEU CL0AIOXGS.
A. PULL STOCK OF SHAWLS. BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO TJNDERWARE AND "WORSTED
TABLE LIXXEX IX GREAT YAIHEIT. A FULL LI.VE 01'
Mithm AND AMERICAN
and every tiling pertaining: to the FURNITURE
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiririo
anything m this line, to examine his stock before mirchas
&BLOBSET3, I.OUNGES &s., UPHOLSTERED Aivrn
rror rxjuaJKir rrf
&c, &:.. &c.
S. K. I on.olTKXTII and FAUXIIAM.
Schneider & JJurmester
riX, COPPER AXI) SHEET IKOX
WAUE. DEALERS IN
(.'ookiug ami Heating Stores.
1 1n ICooSm;, Sputitlni; am! Guttering don
abort iotico and ic die
lis. j. i:. va.n uiatco iv,
Kcsidcncandoflico Ko. 551 1G h St., between
Iode st. an I Cat itol jvenue.
Sicciai .mention paid to obsletrio and dis
cdiss iKcit.iar to women an 1 children, f Jtf.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DObGES'., ltn 13th and llth.
''Aitkin 6f inrning execute 1 prorap'Ir and
at reisuu il le prites. iu lilOm."
MOFVMEKTS, TOMB-TOSES, ETC, ETC
171 raratamV 8. E. Cor. llth St.
V. COOKE. O. II. BALLOU. '
COOKE ti. DALLOU.
AND CATTLE DEiLEHS.
Orders for dresed Iiogi, b-ef and mq ton
OFFICE IS CSIOUTUSI'S BLOCX,
Orwrthn. - - - Ve'rln
YVILLHELM & TAYI.0I,,
lltnand Chicago streets,
For rite In larje or saall quantities salted
I rstnoke.lsfde meats, l.eakfast bacon. bms. AH Meals SerT&tl to Order. Nxii FIMJ1T3 ET1 T-3
(boulders, dried bef and smoked bnHalo. Inre ''' ' '! r " J. tsrrc jrj M
-AND DEALERS IV-
OUR G-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
IXIff AH & CO.
IEAILiXj STOCK, 1S73 !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
of Tresli New G-oocls
uulul' s. a n m i a a
XjATJIES' .A.3NTX3 CrjIXiDTiT'XTfcj
CARFST3, OIL CLOTH , EUTPiTi R J
VVVi&ll.JCi JL'M vJroUXiATS,
""Tin 1 m
-WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DLLEIW IX
Farm 2.ach.irL3ry aad Wagons,
K. 13 Soslh 10th Street,
AND DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Jr'uU AssorSmrnl oriniportcd lVoolens.
232 3Tamla.a22iSt., -
C. P. HAMAITOiV"
171 Cor. Kariihnm ami i;iecntli Mm.
Air kinds f TAILORIKO, Cltfaaln and re
poiilug done at reoMcablo rates. A hue lot of
FUUMsIlISU CUUDS toas.aatly on band
and sold cheat. -Vcii;tf
U. A. LEXIMJUEjT.
M ercliasLt Tailor I
117 FAKMIA3I St.
Next to corner of Ten'b street, keps on Iiand
a nnu lot oi
Gents' Furnisluns Goods.
-axavrACiVHXM or i.iu oualcc i.i-
Lamljrie:u:n.s anil Window Sliadcs,
CHIIJIUS, EXKKAVIXJJS AXI)
J.'O Farnham strert, corner Fifteenth
100 KAHSUA31 STItKKT"1
Btfn 10tb nd lift,- ' ; .
VICTOr. DLCRCSS, . - Piop
TABLES 8CPPLT2D riXH EVESYTinHQ
In the llartct.'
upea rruiu I a. m, w, i-j p
All ireals Served to Order.
0TSTES3 EE37ED 13 EVEET STYLE.
Same in Beaaon. Prieea to suit tho
-I81 Ssrnhttm St.. net. Uill A.
Just Opened to be
city, consisting of
3 yi 3 ?i ? t irm
fif-rii li iANTX.
-. a iV
T? TTl TTH-P T
AH Work .Varrautcd.
YA1V DOBIV'S ilUCHUST!
AH kiuds of light and heavy
31AC1IIXEUV JIAUE& REPAIRED.
t&All Work Guaranleedr&L
IuLr GTaEET- - OMAHA.
C'OA I'EU DAY. A'entswant
pJ cd. All classes of work
inneoxufoiaihersec, younj or old, mtko
S::-'"'?.?1 T.or" '.: """ th-trspiro mo-
.......... ruin.,,,,. , u. -, Jn.lh . l-A
AtMnmSTINSON A CO.,
ivr t .v. .1 .. --:.-"
Practical Well and Cistern Maker
MaiM, Ctoss snl Repairs 'Well & Cutjras
"ir'v ''.. Mp; n'ort K"wantee.l. App
at IlrZZ r. Ili.fol rn Bn.l. .. . l.1
,.", . T "" "" "' situci, OPP031
225Fa:naaal3trset, - - Oaala, Hb
-WIWLI3AIB A.VD nrTAir. DtULEIl W
FDRNITnRB, DEDDM, ETC.
JOlUi II. GREEN,
ft.VIS, FLOUR AXI) FEED,
Anil ilrlAfa In I tl '"
'I A.ffr.TVTTT'i. r?rrTn Ai J
m. J.inu.'i lij iTi ji i ji- it ,m
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