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THE OMAHiT DAILY
OMAHA. THURSDAY MINING. APRIL 16, 1874.
IHE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD 1.05L WATER, Editor and Prcp'r
Office-JEo. 138 anilii"i tret,btw.
TEEMS OF SCBSCRIPTIOK:
.; r six months. In ad ranee.
three mrnths in adTanoe.
0-V tiot paid la adranae, $8 per a
per annum will
flMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McCLTJRE A SMITH, 185" Harney street,
etstweenlltn and 12th. declS
GIswa Picture Frame.
J. IMnhart, 18C Douglas street, dealer In
window glass and picture frame.. OUrf"
ione to order.
w n KAVDERS. Practical Watchmaker,
mi4ttiSt.OTSiiu suffice, mini
Boot nd Sboea.
PHTUP LANG, 15G Farnham Wt,htween
rreth d EtaTenih. W1W'
cf I LATET. corner Twelfth and DoogUs
rtMulactortrand Wholesale ItJfU
solicited. ,p u
TOrXTTft 3T ELLIOTT. CV-. j-ime. Ce
ment, Hlr. etc 131 Farnham street.
J. A ROEDEB. Druggist, corner 12th and
FTtFNrn a McKN. Fire aiil Areldenl
n.unre AgenU, nTer the Post oifi..
M. ELO UTTER, No. 2u0 Farnhsul street.
ItenlF" fnle ami Coal Ofllce.
lOllN JOliMfcON, officers Fourteenth st.
tiweenF.n . snd Douglas ; also, ticket-
anTfro" Error. Drafts. Insurance, etc
A HEW LONItV opened t5ll FJeTeuth
U Set wren larnbam and Dougl.s. The
Ihtnn and ironini: will done t order first
rinuse ll Slcn Palnlera.
IE1TMASN BEAM. Houe and lit
PalulErT. Tenth stit. between Faruba., and
PRFVUJM 01' WORKS. Powel' Co.,
,tr. ma "tVctur' heir celebrated Premium
K Flvefrt pnmiutns aw rdJ bT Dug
tajountr and ftite Fairs, an.- Pottawattamie
CoVntT Iowa. Ord. r solicits irora the trade
B. ESTAWUt HC TT. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE 3. V. Cor. 14th and DoiirIu Oma-
O. O. B LLOU. ED. B GLASGOW.
OlUe in Creigh ton's rn-w block, southeast cor
room, Jd floor. t?d
OMAHA, - - " EB
A X. B1LDWIX.
GEO. II. O'BRIKX.
ATTOKSEYS AT LAW.
Offioe-C-iUwoll Block, Douglas Street,
ai i u i - NEBKASKA.
JOHN C." CO WET,
OFFICE SO 2, VISflCHEU'3 BUX3C,
T. W. T. Riclai.rds,
Attorney at Law,
OBce 510 13th St., list. PirBliaHl
and Douglas, Omaha, Xcb.
P- 0. Bax 800. "uu
Attorneys at Law,
Usnir. savAflr. I Omaha, Nebraska.
CUABLKa F AWPtaVK. f "
a. i. srau
sko. k. raiicaarTT
SPAUN & PRITCHEH,
Attoraejs ind CoiiH&elors t Law.
Office, 506 Twelfth tttreeU
jtArmmm. Jm Ra 4vm, Omaha, Neh.
l h W. J. CONNELI,
Couxisollor sl Ijt
Mstrict Attorney for Second Jd
OFFICE South aide ol Fsrnham, between
Uth and 16th su., opposite Coart House,
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTOUNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. 2SJ Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Attoniert-Law aad Solicitor
OFTIOE-OTer Flrrt Httloaal Baak,
Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIBTEEKTH BTBfiET. OMAHA.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Stttornov " Xict.'OT'
KEDICK'S 01'EKA HOUSE
OMAHA - NEK.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Altorncj aad Counselor "at Law.
OrFICE-BooaH 1 isjcher'iTBioek,
OMAHA - NEB.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NK corner Farnham and EleTenth streets,
OMAHA. - NEBRASKA.
At Wholesale a-i Retail.
BEST OF MISSOURI WHITE OAK AKD
BarrOak Jence Posts, also wr
Basie qoalitr, for sole cheap at 8. P KHjt
JM CaalsMkSSllwtmar FcmrMflittv
Who cares if George Francis did
go back on Omaha? Tennie C.
Claflin is here to take his place.
She doesn't smoke nor swear, nor
drink, nor commit any other of the
small vices, and she also is fond of
a Turkish bath. .
Another evidence of Mormon
ingenuity has just come to light.
Tn tearing down the walls of an old
Mormon building in Nauvoo last
week a larce quantity of counterfeit
coin was discovered. It was coined
in 1840; very probably in obedience
to a special revelation.
Why should our Democratic con
temporary go into spasms because
Scandinavians or citizens of any
other nationality who intended to
settle upon homesteads in Saunders
county, have seen fit to remain 4-f-Omaha
until after our consus is
The victory of Johns(t)on The
voice and verdict of the people.
If tbo people are permitted to
bava any voice in this verdict,
Johnson's victory, like that of his
confedrate namesake, Albert Sid
ney, at Sbiloh, will surely be the
death of him. That reminds us in
voluntarily of one of Train's epi
grams: "Another victory ciy dear Augusta;
The German i rni) is on a bust-x
Tea thuuund Frenchmen hate sane below ;
Praise Col fnm whom all blc'lngsno'."
A remarkable fact can be acertain
ed by iuvi'igiting our htock and
prices that we bave reduced to a very
low fizure all of our clothing and
Genu', furnishing goods, far below
the price of uny other house. Over
coats in particular can be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent less than
our former prices. Quick sales and
small profits is our motto.
feb.3-ly 20G Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gem", pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 20C Farnham st.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and pold.
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
Ccp a complete Abstract of Title to all Real
stifle In Ottisha and Douglas coun j.
512 FonrtPenlh St.. flwalia. Vh.
537 Utb St., between DoagU aha Oode
Manufacturer of Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
W re, and dealer is
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped. Jspinned and Trench Ware on
,n L Tin Koofinc, Gutters ana ipcujirrand
Y ork done nl warranted. frbitf
The foundry tn canr.rf,gn with the Van
Dorn machine shops,
N.l. iJ3 AttAEY TRBK,
Is n.w in operation. I am prepared to a Ore
all kinds of castings.
XltS. K. H. pALMEB,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak
ftooms, 262 EoufiUsSt. near 15!h, (Up Btalrs.
I cut rom Rctual measurement not from
pMtcrus -nd wUI .vrantce satisfaction in all
Cattlir an I Fittlnj a Specialty. .
13th St., bet. Farnham and Harney.
All kindf of TAILORIKQ, CLEANING and
SEPAIKINO done at reasonable rates
CCampbe l's HI .)
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Eje Glasses snd Spectacles,
509 13th St, 01'AHA, KEBEASEA
STJewelry manufactured f order. Fine
Washes, Clocks, and Jewelry, repaired and
J. S. SilROPSIIIRE
Attorney- at - Law,
Effopi 9, Visscher'a Bloci,
swi k, f: a N
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Specially Beported for the -Omaha Daily Bee,
by the Atlantis aa Pacific Telegraph Oo.
The Senate Resumes ihe Con
sideration of the Louisiana
Mr. West Addresses the Senate
&C, ttC.i fcC.
TVASiirxGTON', April 15.
Bflnc clerk of the House announced
at the Senate bar this morning, that
tho House lias passed without
amendment the Senate currency
bill; alo that the House has parsed
a bill amending acts providing for
national currency and establishing
free banking. The latter was re
ferred to the committee on finance.
The Houe bill making an appro
priation of $93,000 to pay back sala
ries of public school teachers in tho
District of Columbia, was take up
The Senate resumed the consider
ation of Louisiana election bUl, and
Mr. West addressed the Senate at
length In oppo.ition, concluding by
saying there was not a particle of
testimony to show that Kellogg was
not elected, and until this was
proved, Congre?-s had no right to
Mr. Carpenter stated ho had seen
a dispatch from Now Orleans saying
that although the Legislature of
Louisiana had repealed the election
law, it had on the last day of the
session re-enacted it.
Mr. "West protested Ignorance of
such proceeding, and read a tele
gram from Kellogg denying such to
be the fact.
Mr. Hamilton, Md., read a letter
from J. Zacherie, New Orleans,
stating that Kellogg had in his pos
session a new bill which would give
him control of the whole election
Mr. Wet again denied any knowl
edge of sueii "a thing, and was
sharply taken to task by Mr" Baj-ard
for speaking authoritively in a mat
ter of which he was ignorant.
Pending further argument the
Senate went Into executive session
Mr. Bundy from the committee
on mileage, reported a bill abolish
ing mileage to members of Con-
gre&s, and providing for the pay-
I tnpnt of the actual travolinsr oxnfin-
ment of the actual traveling expen
ses of each session.
Mr. Maynard moved to rooom
rnend the biU; Mr. Young to lay it
on the table. House refused.
The motion of Mr. Bundy for the
previous question was seconded,and
tup bill passed 18G to 49.
Tfie"H"oui lhsn wont into the
committee of tho whojo on'tho leg
islative, executive and judicial ap
propriation bills, Mr. Sv oodward in
Mr. Coxofiered a resolution ro
clt'ihg the exjstpnee of an architec
tural defeot in tho nuw State Po
partment building, and providing
for a board of architects to examine
it: Referred to the committee on
pub is bujjdings.
There was good deal of discussion
over the salaries of employees of Iho
House, some of which were Increas
ed and some reduced.
Tbp jtern of $50,000 for folding
documents wa reduced q 525,000,
and the number of folders reduced
to twenty. After two pages of the
bill were gone through with, tbo
committo rose, and the House ad
journed. Washington, April 15.
The House committer on Terri
tories to-day agreed to report a bill
admitting New Mexico into the
Union. Tho Senate committee on
Territories reported in favor of the
nomination of Edward McCook as
Governor of Colorado' Territory, in
placo of H. B. Elbert to be re
Beforo U)0 ways and means com
mittee assistant secretary of the
treasury, Sawyer, this morning,
stated discrepancies between his
testimony and Ban field's, were ow
ing to imperfection of memory.
Ha was certain in every case, he
made " statements substantially
In tho District investigation this
moraing, Mr. Jenkins testified that
Mr. Chittenden's letters were de
stroyed in "February ast Tho wit
nes9,iiVanswer to a question y Mr.
Merrick, declined to" stafo thla con
tents of the letters, as Innocent par
ties might bo Implicated. Witness
did not doubt that Chittenden mis
represent his influence in order to
secure money for the services. Tho
committee w ill consider tho advisa
bility of osamjnjng Jenkins private
Mr. Sawyer then quoted Mr. Bau
fields testimony, in which he
claimed he had never prepared any
paper except by direction of the Sec
rotary of the Treasury, or his assist
ant, jjr, KaVygr mid. fBjmflcld
had road his. testimony accurately,
he would not have made such a
statement He did not remember
any conversation about the letter to
Dr. Prcsbtiry, and jf It was called to
his attention as Baufleld. tcstjtied, it
was only cusory, and he signed
it becauso it was checked by the
proper person. He did not know
Presbery was Sanborn's agent, but
knew he had been Jn the govern
ment employ a supervisor of the
revenue. Mr. Sawyer mentioned
the fact that his letter had the same
origin and check as those of intro
duction jfjven by Boutwejl and
Richardson to supervisors arid col
lectors of Internal revenue. He
never said the law of 1870 contracted
to authorize such contracts as
Kelsey sought and never asked
Banfiejd so to construe. Hp might
have said the law was neces
sary to collect taxes not accessible to
government means of collection.
The general impression conveyed by
the solicitor's statement wqs that the
solicitor's duties are those of clerk,
all directions coming from the Sec
retary's office. On the contrary, ex
cept a decision to give or not to give
contracts, the secretary commits the
whole matter to tho solicitor and
seeks his counsel and opinion as be
ing a competent lawyer.
4 O'CLOCK P. a.
Captain Lamarie, of the Steam
ship Europe, Makes a
Dawes Still Holds His Position
for Senator in Massa
chusetts. The Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany Preparing an Attempt
to Defeat the Bill of the
on Pacific Rail
road. New York, xpril 15.
Captain Thomas, of the steamship
Greece, has been preented magnifi
cent chronometer and chair by the
passengers of the Europe he saved.
A letter was written by S. L. M.
Barlow to President Watson of the
Erie Railway, yesterday, accusing
ex-Auditor Duran of treachery and
falsehood in making recent charges
against the management of tho
Erio road, and expressing hope that
President Watson will at ohco make
a proper reply.
Stocks opened advancing yester
da3T, but fell at noon, especially the
Pacific Mail, which fell 1 per cent.
Gold was forced up to 114, at which
figure, after several fluctuations, it
closed. The principal stocks at the
close fell from one-half to ono below
the closing prices of Monday.
Captain Lamarie,of the steamship
Europe, has written a protest to be
forwarded to France through the
French Consul General here. He
charges that tho second ollicer of
the Greece begged him to leave his'
vessel and consult on tho Greece
with Captain Thomas. Thomas
verbally agreed to put him on the
Europo again after daybreak, and
to take all baggaged provision oil
her. He charges that all the Europe's1
boats were broken or pent adrift
by tl English crowf"" and
that "lie was violently detained
from returning to his vessel. In de
fence of his action, he says he acted
with the human view.pf saving hu
man lives under his cliarge.
The Presbytery of Brooklyn yes
terday rendered a decision in the
case of the Lafayette Avenue Pres
byterian CJiurcb, where Miss Smilej
was allowed to preaoh with tlie ex
pressed approval of Rev, Dr. Cuyler,
pastor, some time ago. The Council
decided that Miss Smiley's act was
in violation of the Injunctions of Uio
New Orleans, April 15.
Tho river has risen about three
inches, and is now from seven to
eight inches above the high water
ruarji reached in 1871. Tho water
is over tho )evee at tftp lipad of
Orange street, and is over a foot
deep on the Mobile Railroad track
from Jeflerson street to the lower
end of the French market. The
McCullon and Connell plantation
crevasses are both reported beyond
control," and nothing s ljkely to bp
done with them until the river fajs
ten or flftccn feet.
Governor Kellogg to-day ad
dressed a circular to all police
justices in the river parishes
saying tbat pxpgencies were
bey ond all provided means to
control tho threatened overflow,and
advising them to go to work, build
up and protect levees in their respec
tive parishes, promising to recom
mend'tlio'next legislating to reim
burse means for money expended.
St. Louis, April 15.
The eommPteo of tjjp Board of
Trade, appointed some days ago, to
report on the proposition to estab
lish a ship-yard at St. Louis for
building iron steamers and barges,
have submitted a lengthy report in
which they exhaustively discuss the
whole question. They recommend
tho ostabjlshnient of a slupcyard
here, and show that 'St', Loujs af
fords greater facilities for building
iron vessels than any other
placo in the United States.
They also say. assiiranpe
on wooden' hulls which prevents
steamboat men from successfully
competing with railroads, as the
insurance, and freight barges on
wooden vessejs equal tjie railroad
tarifts. The average life of a
wooden vessel Is eight years, and
the cost of repairs during that time
is equal to the original cost of the
vessel, while the average life of an
iron hull is th,irtyrrtve years, and
they are 'in " fcvery frespe'et supe
rior to wooden ones. It is therefore
plain that river men, to compete
with railroads, rjust adopt iron
steamers and barges, 'fhe commit
tee heartily endorsed 'the project
for the establishment of a lino of
steamships from Charleston, S. C,
to Bremen, and cordially approved
the plan of opening a direot
trado lwtween the Valley
States and Brazil by putting on a
line of steamers from Now prjeans
to Rio Janerjo. The f pport, ' hich
is published to-daj', contains a largo
amount of information of great
value to the merchants and business
men generally of the Mississippi
and Missouri valleys.
Washington, April 15.
The discovery of ComptroHer of
Currency Knox'that the Senate fi
nance bill, ;f it becomes a law, will
result In contraption of pappr our
rency, oauseq a great stir among in
flationists. Logan denies it; Morton
partially admits it There is every
prospect that the President will sign
Tho Union Bacific railroad com
pany are preparing to attempt to
defeat the bill of the House Com
mittee on the Pacific railroad rela
tive to the Omaha bridge. One of
of tho leading arguments a that
while the brfdge.bonds are made by
a special act of Congress, a first
lien of this'bill makfng the bridge a
part of the road, subordinates the
bonds to the, first and. spcoud mort
gage bonds of the Union Pacific
railroad proper, which would give
the bridge bjnds very little security.
Jay Gould is preparing to defeat the
bill in the Senate if it should pass
Qdtnct, HL, April 15.
During the performance of Cole's
circus last night, Mr. fl)uval whUg
dong his flying leaptjuough the
hoop, accidentally struclTtha hoop
ana leii Heavily to the glwnd,
oreaKing nis arm in two pia
Rochester,-!?'. Y., April 15.
The second seiiion of the Indus
trial Congress oflthe United States,
composed of delegates of labor
i ijf organ izationsJfr jih all pa ts cf
the country, commenced yesterday
in the Workingmen's Hall In this
city. Chris Kans of the Crispins'
Association delivered an appropriate
address of welcome, after which a
Committee oir credentials was ap-
pomted.)The Committee reported
Reprcentatives from New York,
PennSjylvania, Vermont, Ohio,
Indiaaa, Virginia, Illinois, Wiscon
sin, Keiitucky, Iowa, West Virgin
ia, Minnesota, Missouri, Michigan,
Maryland, New Jersey, Connecti
cut and Tennessee.
Presidents of various national and
industrial Trades Unions, and also
the chief officers of tho Patrons of
Husbandry, and several colored del
egations'from Virginia were present
A comniitteo on a revision of the
Constitution and on Ways and
Meant wore appointed.
Davenport, April 15.
Itfi understood hero that tho
Davenport and St Paul Railroad
will very soon pass into the posses
sioivsof the Chicago, Rock Island
and'Pacific Railroad Compaq, who
ha5e long since been desiring a
northern outlet from here. The
Davenport and St. Paul road is now
inoperation one hundred and fifty
miles, but is very much run down.
The Rock Island company will buy
out the Pennsylvania Central inter
est and complete tho road to St.
Paul. When completed this will
bo one of the best roads in Iowa.
Washington, April 15.
Tho Speakorlaid before the House
a number of executive communica
tions, notpf general interest
Mr. Bundy, of Ohio, in the morn
ing hour, reported from the Com
mittee on Mileage, a bill to abolish
the syjstem of mileage for Senators.
Representatives and delegates, and
providing that they shall receive
only$actual traveling expenses to
and from Washington, ouce each
way idr the season of Congress. The
Housd, by a vote of 67 to 81, refused
to second the demand of the previ
outquestion. ' Mr. Maynard moved to recommit
tho bill ; yeas and nays were order
ed. Boston, April 15.
On the balloting to-day, the whole
number of votes cast was 2G7.
Dawes, 92; Hoar, 59; Curtis, 71; Ad
ams, 28; Banks, 7; Washburn, 5;
Whittier, 1 and Sanford, 4. The
Legislature then adjourned.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
New York Money Market.
New York, April 15.
Money I per cent
Sterling Exchange Steady ; 485
for GO days' bills, 4SS for sight.
Governments 'Sis, 12121;
'Cos, 121121j; 'Cos new 119J
'C2s, 118i119; '04s, 120120 ;
'Cos, 1211121; 'Cos, now, 119J
119V;'G7s, 1201120; 'GSs, 120J
120; 10-40-, il5115f ; 5s, 115
110; currency5", 117117.
Stocks Adams Express, 99 ;
American Express, 03; United
States, 70J Wells Fargo, 79: Bos
ton, Hartford and Erie, S8; Western
Union, 70J ; Lake- Shore, 74 ;
Rock Island, 101; Pacific Mall, 46 V;
C C & I C, 321; Wabash, 44 j;
Erie, 3GJ; New York Central, 99 ;
Northwestern, 53, prefd, 70; St
Paul, 41; prePd, 63; Central Pa
eifip bonjjs Qql; Union Pacific bons
85 J j Land Grants) 8J j U. P. stock,
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, April 15.
Wheat Firm; cash 1 241;
1 f7; June 1 2&1.
Corn Firm; May C5Jc; JuneGGJc.
Oats Quiet; cath, 44c; May,
Pork Quiet; cash and May,
15 95; June, 10 15. " "
Lard Cash. 9 C21: Mav. 9 G5 bid.
Rye Qujptjljttla offering t QQ
Barley Inactive and unsettled;
No S 1 65; No 3 1 SO.
Hew York Produce Market.
New York, April 15.
Breadstufli Opened quiet; gen
Flour Quiet; superfine state and
Western 5 75C 25.
Wheat Spring 1 Cll 65; No, 2
Chicago 1 57l 78; No. 2 Mil
waukee, spring 1 03 bid.
Corn Firm; Western mixed
afloat 8990; new 90.
Oats Steady; mjxpd G364 ;
Rj'e Nominally unchanged.
Provisions Opened quiet; nom
J ran Dull. " -
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, April 15.
Hog Receipts 10,400; mark.et
actve; prices 10 to. 13 eonts higher;
sales 5 000 00; common to extra,
5 255 75, closing firm.
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OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet. 136 L 14th Sts., OMAHA.
ea-OMrat iracticni3 DeulUlu lu lliocity
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
834 3Ei-:ra3xxia. St..
Bet. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use of Ni
trous Oxide Gas.
sTOflire open atall hqar UfU
X3zr. O. tS. A0XT
Physician .aid Surgeon,
Fifteenth and Eoug'as streets. Id npor, E
OSjcahourz,8 to-luam., to 4 p.m., 6 to S p. m
V.it mil Jul : i ( is. nr.
Dispenses his own meddoea. and besides
regular practice, makea specialities of Derann
Dents and Disease Peculiar to Women, Flatc.
la. Plies and other Diseases of the Bcctnm.
Ornci and Beaidencn, Corner Farnham and
lh Streets, nrst door to the right, up stairs
The Strike in the Cotton
at Balton Ended.
Fifteen Thousand Troops
viewed at Havana.
Statue in Honor of the Late
Livingstone to be Erected
London, April 15.
The steeamer Maliva with the
remains of Dr. Livingstone, arrived
at Southampton to-day.
Paris, April 15.
It is asserted that M. Beule, whose
death was recently anuouuced,com
London, April 15.
The strike in the cotton mills at
Balton has terminated. The opera
tives having agreed to go to work
on the old terms.
It is proposed to erect a statute to
Dr. Livingstone in Edinburgh.
Berlin, April 15.
The Reichstajr by a maioritv of
o, uas voieu in mvor ol tlie com
promise amendment to tho army
bill. In course of tho debate, Gen.
Von Moltkc said that in conse
quence of the obstinacy of Alsaco
and Lorraine, it is necessary to
keep the hand on the sword.
Madrid, April 15.
Admiral Topote, who went to
Santander to direct the operations
of the navy, and at tho same timo
Marshal Serrano went north to as
sume command of the arniy, and
returned t this city yesterday and
had a conference with the members
of the Cabinet in the evening. He
will return north to-morrow.
London, April 15.
During a terrific hurricane yester
day, oil the southwest coast of Ire
land, the 1866 Atlantic Cable ceased
working. The fault is not yet local
ized, but it is reported to be about
25 miles from Valentia.
Havana, April 15.
A review of all the volunteer
coq)s n and arouiid Havana, was
held on Sunday last by Capt Gen.
Coacha. Fifteen thousand troops
A meeting to consider the finan
cial situation is to be held at the
Captain General's palace.
Constantinople, April 15.
Khedive informs Lesseps he will
take from him the management of
tlie buez canal and place it under
the charge of his own officers, if
Lesseps enforces his threat to dis
charge the pilots and extinguish the
London, April 15.
A terrible explosion of fire damp
occurred in the mines at Dukcnfield
in Chester county, on the Manches
ter and Staley Bridge railroad, to
day. Forty-six miners were killed
and many injured.
Ottawa, Out., April 15.
Owing to the deficit of 3,000,000
In revenue, tie Government found
itnecessary to Increase the tariff,
and yesterday morning took charge
of all the telegraph wires icadincr
from the Capitol, and held the same
until after the Budget speech hail
been delivered jn the evening.
The, new tantfdo'es not teem very
strongly in favor of protective
The Finance minister on Intro
troducjng the budget, moved that
the resolutions to iniiwse on cigars a
custom duty of 70c per pound;
teas, green, or Japan, 6e; ooilee,
ground or roasted, 3o ; on sugar, 25
per cent; on brandy, genuine alco
hoi, rum, or whisky, per gallon, SI;
rum, cordial, old gin, taflia sell,
scheidam schnapps, bitters, $1.50 ;
spirits and strong waters, per gallon,
$1.50; fruits, preserved lu brandy
and othcr8pirits,"Sl.50. Thefollow
ing' articles were added to
tho "list paying 10 per
cent, ad valorem, viz. : Locomotive
machinery and machinery ftirmills
and fiiptqries which is not manufac
tured in the Dominion. A number
of other articles'are added to tho. 5
per cent list; tobaqco aiul snuff 12
per cent ;d. valorem duty, and 35
cents per pound; wines of all kinds
40 cents per gallon, except spark
ling, 00 cents per gallon; all wines
except sparkling, in bottle, 50 cents
per dozen quarts; on all tparkling
wines S2 pc.r dozen quarts and 83c
prgalloii ; silks, satins, velvets, gold
and silver jewelry, 60c ; plated ware,'
fancy goods, hats, watches, cloi,
25c. A nuighar. vt manufactures
amj piodu'cts of manufacturers were
placed on ihe ppr cent list Seven
and a half duty is placed, pn Uon.
Tld Jnbinj Revenue" nocount Is
amended to give on every gallon of
spirits 73e ; snufTand manufactured
tobacco, 20c per pound, and cigars
40c per pound.
ORDINANCE SO. 30.
An or linicce in regra to the Issuing of llcen-
Beit ordained hy the Council of the City of
Sec. I. That all licenses which mar by tha
provisions of any existing onlinance, be issued
for a term of ft mouth? pr m.re,shaU hereioa'Hr
be ij;ut-l so as to terminate on the 1st day
of J.nuary or the 1st dy of July of each year,
and that theftcs of such licenses shall b the
urne at now required by ordinance, provided
that in the case o! liquor lionie, the rate lor
the firl six mouths during which such license
may run, shall bo the same as now required for
al.censeforslx months, and for the time in
excels ot six month, duriui; which such license
may run, the rate shall be the same is require 1
for a lio-nse for one year.
Sec. 2. That he licence mentioned la the
first section hereof shalj be daeil on the first
dsy of the nipmh In which the application
therefore is made an J paid for according!?
Sec. 3. That there shall te kept books of
blank li-ene, by the Clrk, of sufficient num
ber, which books ?hall contain not only blank
Hccn-es, but alsostubb of the same, and sa
bound Uat as tha licenses are to n from the
book, thr stuLbql esch shall Cranio "bound in
the book, and il fct each stub!) and licenv shall
coouin corresponding numbers which "shall 1
conecutiTe through the book and each stubb
u. ericas up u us jace tne numtjir cf lb.
aa.Vtjac laacuijuw lb, (Ug
Sec 4. This ordiaaaca shill ba In force
and tale ef&ct on the 15th day j At til, 18M.
Ps.d April 3d. U71. '"' r
Attest i ' -
E D. KITTOJ;. J. S (JIBSON,
C ly Qark. Pnwldet City CoulcH.
Approted AprU 4lh, IS74,
P"-i Acting Major.
Prvq u a it
was usuro, jn- purcc9 jr wtHt.h Issued, the
datecfrf.fg3iftt!e time lor which issued,
and the amount of license fte rece.ved for tha
H. C. TfALKEB,
MANTJFACTUSEn AKD DEALER IK
BOOTS & SHOES
S10 Uth St. SetwteB Faxsham and Doajlas.
BKOIDSR,IB3 ! BMBIoOIDSE,IES
FH1CES liOWUlS. TcIAlT 3SVSE.
20,000 Yards of Hamburg Edgings and Inserlings of tha Newest and Choicest Patterns
of this Season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOODS, &C,
New Victoria Lawns, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Stripes,
j.ew sjiiuuiiets hi jriaius ana isxnpes, iew Swiss and Mnll
Muslins, New Piques and Marseilles.
Black Alpacas and Mohairs Another Case of these Pomilar
Goods Just Opened.
As we make a Specially oi the above goods, Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our Stock befom
New Spring itfilHnerv to Lo Opened Saturday, March T.
S. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Sires t,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL OL0TH
An Immense. Stock of Fresh. New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, BBPELLAITS.
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also TELYET & BEAVER CL0AIOXG3.
A FULL STOCK OF ShIAWLS. BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO UNBERWARE AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TAlllsE liases IX GREAT VAKIEIT. A FDLL LIXE OP
B.WLISH AND 'AM8RICAH CARPETS, OIL 0L0P33 , HiTPIV R733 AM BI1TS
CHEAPER Z?KIAISr THE QHEAEPST
Leather .and Findings, IJoot-Legs jiihI
Goods shlped C. O.D. to cny part of the country
AC, AC. Ac.
Schneider & Burmcster
US, COPPER ASD SHEET IR0S
WAIIE. DKALEKS IS
Cooking and Heating Stores.
1 in Koofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short Lotice and
lc tne lsl manner.
IIS. J. K. YA.M4fcKCOHl,
Residence and ofS'e No. 55V IS h st , between
Dodge st. anl Capital jtciuio.
Special attention paid to uUitetticJ and dis
eases bt-cujiar to woium an I children. f!Hf.
"OOD, HORN and IVORT
DODGES.., betn 13th and Uth.
"AlUIn snf lnrnnjexecital rfomp'lr an.d
at recYIRi' " PVs mcIilOni";
MOFUMENTS, TOMBTQXEa, ETC, ETa
17 Faraiia'., 8. E. Cor. Uth St.
OVAHA, " ' - . - . xEn
O. II. B1LLOC.
COOKE II BALUlU.
AKD CATTLE DEALERS.
Orders far dressed bogs, b-cf and mutton
OFFICE IS CEEIGUTOX'S BLOCT,
Omnha. ... N'ebrasha
WILLHELM Sc TAYLOR,
litnand Chicago streets,
uflLsBissWT niissB- 9& -
For sale In large or small o us n titles salted
or smoked side meats, b eakfast bacon h ms,
shoulders, dried bef and smoked buffalo. Pure
leaf lard by the barrel, or put up in 10, 15.2.1
or 40 lb. sized cans. To our "IOKE SUCH"
brand ol hams and breakfast bacon we lnrite
the attention ol the trade. Orders promptly
Cor. I'itii aad Farnham Sts,,
FALL STOOEI, 1873 I
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DHLER3 IX-
Farm Machinery- and Wagons,
Xo. 13 South lOthSJrect,
mcl.11 X-X3.TOOX.-lNr, 2ST3233.
AND DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
'h!1 AsMirim nt of Imiiortcd Wooleus. AH Work Wr.rrnutcd.
2S1 S-araham St., Bet, 141k IStli
C. 51. SMlNIT,
171 for. taruham aiul KlaTcntli kts.
AltUnds ol TAJLOUISO, leanin and le-
iiairinz done at reasonable rales. A nne lot of
'UUNI-jHINO COODi cons.antlr on Land
and kuid cLeai,. -lrtrifiif
G. A. LEX1J(JUE"T.
117 t'AKMIAH SC
Next to corner of Ten'h stre-t, Leps on hand I
a fine lot of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
as -si: unto", oo. irowsa"
-MA.NCFACICKEJ' Or AND OEALUB IX-
Lambri-quius and Wiudow Shades,
CHRMOS, EXGRAVIX.'iS AND
27) Farnhaui street, corner Fifteenth
WHOLES LE BUTCHER
AXIS CATTLE ItltOKUt,
SALT LAKE OTY, - - UTAH
CEXTRAL (I0TIXG STORE!
18G FAEKIIAJI STREET,
has a large assortment of Clothing; nats. Caps,
Ac., which he will sell at prices to salt bis cus
tsccra. Call aad sw. dl5U
?P A Tir
All kin Is of light and heaTy
UACUIXEUY 3IADE & IIEPAIRED.
"J Work Uuaranlecd.-($)i
258 E?ET OIBEBT, - OMAHA.
PEIi DAY. Agents want
Ail 111 -I...... r
inlpIeoi.,i.ir. you, TToll Tk.
more money at r. 1,,'r uuJ...1'' 8
niemsor ull th. time, than aT anythlX 0Ta
Addres-HiriKaOK 4 Co.. Portlan r VAi?J?-
' .-, Mfc..uo
Practical Well ami Cistern Maker
Makes, Ceang aal Repairs Wells & Cisterns
.M!.S.f,pi n'OTk B"ntel. App
Kn'i tT""010'' ou Ient'' "eet, oppoil
t.in House. febi7uij
225 raraaam Street, - - Oxaaa, Keh
WIlOLUtLB ASI ECTAII. BBALXa IJf
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
JOHN II. GliEEIY,
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
And dealers In
ED FRUITS, ETC."
Grean Fruits their Season
ORDEES WUOTB) XSD PttOMPItT IILUUJ
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