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. OMAHA. FRIDAY MORNING-. APRIL 17, 1874.
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fHK DAILY BEE.
EDVAl'D 1.0SEWATEB, Editor and Prtp'r
Office S. 13 rubin aires. ltw.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
OMAHA BUSINESS DMTORT.
McCLURE A SMITH, 1S5 Hirwilwet.
Cwtween 11th and 12th. dtcis
Class uid Picture Frames.
j Rrfnhart. 18 Douglas street, desler .In
wiYdow !- and P'cture fr"3S'- tfSf "
lone to order.
W. O. SANDERS,. PracUr.1 W"""'
531 14th street, on"" I-otoO- aepl-U
Unnta antl Mioe.
PHILIP I.ANO.lKFarnUm.treet between
r-oth and Eleventh, leui. j
u i IATFY conwrTweUthand Dourits
"- ' aUrtureVsnd Wholesale IValer In
na&d Confectionery. Coun.rytr.de
POIJLND A ELLIOTT. C- ;'". -
J. A RUEDKU. Druggist, corn-r I2tb and
FHFNrit 4 McKOOK. Fe at.d Accident
B"rSr Aeen " the rt otfice.
Pawn It rotter.
H. ElJUTTER, So. 200 Fruhm street.
Heal K nteanrlCnaltinire.
r"zrv, Insurance, ate.
A -FV I. USPKY opcnel at 5H FJe" nt,
Printers, Tenth strew, re apigtf
tl tntiufi.Mii:e 'ttlr etDr5Mbr Oooc-
. -ointr and State raiij, spir w trade.
ContT Iowa. OrdiTS kIicIUai from the trade.
, ESTABR00K& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFirW W.Cor.Uthand djO
O.H.BU.L0H. .B GLASGOV.
- OMAHA,. " ' EB
BALDWIN A :BBIEart
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office-Gduweil Wei, Douglas Street.
OUAIIA. - " - " KEfA-
JOHN C CO win,
OFFICE-NO 2, VISSCIIEIfS BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
Offlcc 310 13th St., bet. Farnham
and DongUi, Ouiulia, Xcb.
T 0. Box 800. "u
SAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
2X2 FARNHAM STREAT.
jWEJW.unBt, I Omaha, Nebraska.
CHABt-B" 9 VAJIDEWK.
B. J. SPACfc. SK0- '"TCHSTT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
AUornejs ini Couaselora at Law.
Office, 505 Twelfth btrecU
tliM. Lork Rnr thi, Omaha. Seb.
We J. CONNELL,
Counsellor . 1m.w
District Attorney for Second Jud.
OFFICE South side ol Farnham, between
lMh and ICth sts., opjwsite Court House.
N- J. BURNHAM.
ATTORN T AND C0DXSELL0U AT
So. 280 Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Morncr-at-Lair and Solicitor
OFFICE-Orer Firrt Natloail Bask,
Attorney at LaTv
5091-2 THIRTEENTH STKEST. 0KAHA.
G. W. ASIRR0SE,
attorney m t XaAV7
KLDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
OMAHA - KEB.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
AUoracj and" Counselor Jat Law.
0FPICE Soaas H ; iacierTBlock,
OMAHA - NEB.
CIGARS AyD TOBACCO.
NE corner Farnham and Elerenth streets,
OMAUA. .... NEKUAbKA.
How Lleat Market.
SPACLBISa A JOUKDAX.
14ti St. Bet. FarmkAM aui HarMcr,
. th 17
t CrssA Central-
Heaves helps those only who
help themselves. Johnson.
The staff officers are all happy.
Governor Furnas to starting a daily
organ for them at the State Capital.
And now they have two Govern
ors in Arkansas. One of them is
crying to arms! and the other is cry
ing for arms.
The Johnson-Baumer Court of In
quiry has already-shed twenty gal
lons of ink, and they have only
reached one-tenth of the testimony.
AVe can understand why St. Louis
is opposed to cremation. Tho
Chicago papers charge her with
figuring the occupants of her oem
eteries into her directory.
If Mr. Johnson's friends are dis
satisfied with the official canvassers
let them engage Tennic C. Claflin.
She is by all odds the best canvasser
in the country.
The raw recruits of the City
Council will appear on dress parade
this evening. Sergeant Major Lu
cas and Corporal Stevenson, will act
as drill masters.
They need a new board of equali
zation in the classic village near
Spoon Lake. Their City Council has
decided to assess ice in store at $1.00
a ton, and tax telegraph lines within
the city limits at $15.00 per mile,
and fifty cents per jole.
Theue is balm in Gilead. Con
gress is moving to the rescue of the
oppressed and distressed newspaper
publishers. The Lower House has
already passed a bill abolishing
postage on newspaper exchanges,
and the probabilities are that the
bill will pass the Senate.
The Chicago Tbst says :
"This will be good news to coun
try editors. Their pay from sub
scribers often comes in such ques
tionable shape that it cannot be
readily converted into currency
wherewith to pay postal and other
dues. Onions, potatoes, and sor
ghum molasses, is good mate
rial to have in one's cellar, but poor
stuff sometimes to readily realize
upon. One exchange comas to us,
for instance, with a declaration that
it will receive from delinquent sub
scribers anything at all convertible,
"from old clothes to pitchforks."
Knocked 9own !
A remarkable fact can.be ascer t lin
ed by investigating our stock d
prices that we have reduced to a very
low figure all of our clothing and
Gents', fumisbhig goods, Jar below
the price of any other houe. Over.
coata in particular can be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent les than
our former prices. Quick sales and
small profits id our motto.
feb.3-lr 20G Farnham street.
Money loaned en diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 205 Farnham st
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickpU bought and sold.
STOUUAUU t IIt'ni.ilUT,
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, for ne. Or Jar addr:ed to us
at our garden
tor. 21st and Paul Strf ets,
Will receive promptnttention. aplSJSm
13tli St., bet. Farnham aud Haruej.
All kinds ot TAILOBING. CLEANING nrt
REPAIRING done at reasonable rates
CARRIAGE hJJUUY ad WAGON
N. E. CORNER of 14th and HARNEi STS,
1OULD ro'pectfully announce to tliepuh-
V lie tint he Is now readr to fill all con
tracts in ll,e above lines wiili neatness and
S-Express wagonj cgcjtnjjr un had and
(Cauipbe l's CI .)
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Eye Glasses and Spectacles,
539 1 St, 0XA3A, KEBBA8KA
Jfc5Jewelry manufactund It order. Fine
Wati bes. Clocks, and Jewelry, repaired and
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at - Law,
Room , Visscher's r.locV,
OMAHA, e NEB.
Specially Reported for the Oziaha Daily Bre,
hj tie Atlaotio axd P-iciSc Telegrapl Co.
The Financial Bill Reaches the
Washington, April 1C.
Mr. Carpenter introduced a joint
resolution, declaring tnat it was tho
duty of the United States to recog
nize the independence of Cuba, and
that we observe neutrality botwoen
the contesting parties. Keferred to
tho Committee on Foreign Rela
tions. Mr. Scott moved to take up the
bill providing for the purchase of
bonds of the Louisville and Port
Republican members from Arkan
sas this morning called on the
President and Attorney General.
At the suggestion of Mr. Conkiing
to give Senators time to examine the
report of the finance committee,
Mr. Scott withdrew his .motion till
Mr. Freelinghusen gave notice
that he would on Tuesday next
niovo to take up the supplementary
civil rights bill, reported on Tuesday
The Senate took up and discussed
the bill to enable the Mennouitca of
Russia to effect a permanent settle
ment on the public lands of the
United State., till the expiration of
the morning hour, when the Louisi
ana election bill resumed.
Mr. Logan introduced a bill to
enable disabled soldiers to receive
money commutation upon sucli
orders for artificial limbs, as dated
before June 2G, 1S70. Referred.
Mr. Ingalls introduced a bill
amendatory to the Pacific Railroad.
It requires the United States to pro
rata on all freights carried over its
line, in connection with other rail
roads. Mr. West said that, when ques
tioned yesterday as to the re-enactment
of the election law in Louis
iana, he answered that he had no
knowledge of the fact. He under
stood the dispatch from Gov. Kel
logg, read by him yesterday, to say
it was false that tho election laws
were passed, hut after a closer exam
ination he believed the Governor to
have meant that it was fale he in
tended to sign and promulgate here
after a law which repealed the new
ejection law, and to-day Kellogg
telegnpbe4 him in answer to a dis
patch asking'tho truth of the charge
in regard to the passage of the laws,
that it was true, but that the second
one would not be signed.
Mr. Carpenter commented on the
action of Kellogg with "West, as
being a dirty trick, and said Sena
tors could' now i& for themselves
how safe it would bo to "trust 'the
stale in the hands of Kellogg aud
Mr.Hamilton conlcuded his speech
began yeitorday in favor of the bill,
and Mr; Morton spoke $t length
making a constitutional argument
against it, and concluded with a re
cltaj of the benefits the Kellogg
government had. poijfcrred on Lou
isiana. The Senate went into oxecutlve
session and adjourned.
The Senate committee on com
merce to-day agreed to report and
reqommeiuj the passage of a bill de
claring the Paefip Stoumsjjfp Com
pany, by failing to 6brve tho" con
ditions on which an additional
$500,000 subsidy was given, forfeit
ed. "The same bill simply doclarcs as a
matter of tho law, the forfeiture
already recognized as a fact. "
The Scuato financial bill reaches
the senate to-day.
Owing to an incorrect statement
that 'tile bounfy laws had been
passed by the present Congress, the
Auditor's office is flooded witli lets.
ters and requests of blanks for appli
cation. Tho Postmaster General in a com
munication to Congress, advocated
the law compelling the payment of
postage on airhewhpapers, "
After reading the journal the
House went into a committeeof tho
wIjqJo on legislative, executive and
Mr. Parker moved to strike out
the item of $44,000 for newspapers
and stationary for members;
'On Htofion of Mr. Hale tho
amendment making' tho congres
sional printer an officer of the
United States, instead, as ntprcscnt,
an officer of the Senate, was
Mr. Holman moved to reduco the
itepi of the President's salarv
from $50,000 to $2q,Q0Q. He argued
that the law of' the" 'last
session increasing salaries including
tne salary or the President, was un
constitutional. He also criticised
the items for the President's house
hold bxpensps, Mr. Hale of Main,
opposed the amendment audajd so
much of the Presidential mansion
was occupied for public purposes,
that the family was huddled into
smaller apartments than were oc
cupied by thousands of private
families all over the country, and
declared none of the items for the
Presidential mansion were personal
Mr. liuth-r of Massachusetts,
took the statement made by
Mr. Dawes sometime ago, which
gave the Impression that the PresI;
dent's office yielded the incumbent
$300,000 turing thp term. He de
clared that tlere had heen no In;
crease, and substantially no decrease
in tne appropriations tor tho Presi
dent's household for many years.
He compared the manners and
style of oilicials duriugWa-shington's
and Jefferson's time and the present,
and asserted that the cost of main
taining officials in former times was
proportionately -greater thtn now.
Mr. Cox commented in a humor;
ous way upon Mr, Butler's speegh",
especially the hitter's criticism of
Mr. Dawes, saying that lie had sup
posed Dawes anol JJutlerhad har
monized theirdifferences on account
of some little local Issue. Mr. Dawes
replied to Mr," Butler's comments or
his sppeech, and denied" that he
(Dawes) had said anything as to the
unreasonableness of a single appro
priation for the President's mansion.
What he had said in his speech re
ferred to, had reference to the aj
propriations for the executive estab
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The French Steamer Ameripue
Foundered at Soa.
The Currency Bill ta be Taken
up by the Senate. h:-
President Grant Refuses to Up
hold Brooks as Governor
Washington, April 10.
The House Committee on Indian
affairs, which has been investiga
ting Indian depredations in Texas,
has taken a large amount of evi
dence. The committee find that
over 100,000 head of cattle have
been stolen within the last '20 years,
and that a large number of citizens
have been killed and women car
ried oft" into captivity. The com
mittee are in favor of sending a
commissioner to Texas-to take evi
dence on the spot.
The Senate Finance Committee
will most probably, at its next meet
ing, take up the House currency
bill. It is believed that the amend
ments will bo recommended, and
when the bill comes before the Sen
ate tlioe in favor of expanding cur
rency will seek to tack on provis
ions designed to destroy tho effect
of Scott's amendment to thoSenato
The Senate select oommittee held
another meeting last night. The
committee now expect to make
their report by Monday next. There
arc one or two important differences
between the members of tho com
mittee, which if not settled, may re
sult in two reports. One of these
rciorts is in favor of a land wator
route from the Ohio river to the sea
Tho Houc Committee on Terri
tories have decided unanimously to
report favorably upon a bill for tho
admission of New Mexico as a
RociiESTHii, April 1C.
The Industrial Congress are in
session here to-day, and discussed
and adopted the following resolu
tions: Resolved, That the Industrial
Congress of the United States, rep
resenting the producting classes,
hereby issiio this protest the expan
sion of ciurency issued by and
through the manipulations of the
national banking system, believing
it to be robbery of labor and gain of
Resolved, That we demand tho
issue of a National circula
ting medium by the Government
directly to tho people, tho same to
bo legal tender for all debts of pub
lic or nrivato character, based on
faith and' tho rosoureos of the couiu
try without the intervention of so
called National banks.
Resolved, That a copyjof these
resolutions bo forwarded to the pro
sjtjiijg officer of the Senate, and also
to tie Speaker of the Hqusq of Re
presentatives. Philadelphia, April 10.
The f-ecojul Congress of the North
American Federation of the Inter
national Society, which has been in
secret session in Kensington Hall in
this city, tince Saturday, closed its
labors last evening. Business of im
portance to all the branches of the
society was transacted. ho sctjorjs
that created the rjot in Tompkins
Square, New York, on la.st Jan
uary, have been ousted. Delogatos
were present from all the principal
cities. The great council, with its
headquarters in Nuw York, governs
the order in Europe and America.
Little Rock, Ark., April 10.
The Circuit Court to-day rendered
judgment of Ouster against Govern
or Baxter, On rpni'prjng judgment
Brooks qualified and took posses
sion of tbo office, Baxter retiring.
Baxter and his friends are at the
Anthony House telegraphing to the
country for the purpose of getting
aid to take possession of otliee by
force. Tho friends of each are
much excited, and blood shed Is em
inent. If the Federal Government
does not interfere and send troops,
the people will doubtless sustain
New Orleans, April 10.
A duell was fought this morning
at Tuolome Station, Mississippi,
between Wallace Wood- and A. J.
Backcmeh; the weapons chosen were
pistols, and distance twelve paces.
Backemen was shot through the
tight thigh at the first
fire, and Wood was unhurt.
The cause of this hostile meeting
was the placarding of each by the
other Jn the papers and. pubHc
places, on account of some business
disagreement. Both were under
thousand dollar bonds to keep the
peace at the time ofthe encounter.
It is reported that the entire party
were arrested by the Mississippi
authorities. The party included
several newspaper reporters.
New York, April 10.
A petition asking the President to
veto the bill intlating currency,
signed by 2600 bu-iness men of New
York, has just been forwarded to
A Salt Lake letter gives an ac
count of the capture of Bender, the
noted Kansas asssassin, by the
Mormon police. He has been wan
dering west on the plains and moun
tains for ten months, being afraid to
to a"piroach any settlement or town.
Another younger Bender has .$ince
been arrested. The two sisters are
still at large.
AJLlttlc Rock, Arkansas, special
says: The excitement over the
Baxter-Brooks' contest still con
tinues. It Is asserted that coup de
etat, whereby Baxter was served
with a writ of ejecting him from the
Governor's office as g usurper, was
planed by Moshsrs. Clayton and
Dorcy when here, and failing to
agree with Governor Baxter regard;
Iig the management of tL
full election. Brooks has
revoked all of Baxter's militia
appointments and commjssio'pctl
B. F.'.Cotterson adjutant, and Jack
Brooks a major general. Baxter is
organizing a militia and says he
will act vigorously, having plenty
of arms at his disposal at the United
States arsenal. Robert Newton
will be apiwinted general, and there
probably will be blood Jd "if the
State gevernmnt alltwalhen t
j fight it out. Ovr three hundred
men under annswere on the State
I House ground ,Jatt night. People
are arriving eh masse from the
country. Baxters-troops are con
centrating. It was rumored last
night that tho wmmandant of the
U. S. troops regeivel orders to sup
port Baxter. Th Stato House has
been rendered impregnable, tne
entrances being guarded by. howit
?New Yokk, April 10.
Tho French steamer Ameriquo
from NeV York to Havre, foundered
btweenBrest and Havre. She left
New York April fourth and touched
at Brest April 14th. All the passen
gors were saved. The agents in
this city of the general Trans
Atlantio Steamship Company,
havo received a brief an
nouuement of the lose of their
steamer Amerique off the French
coast Tuesday. She sailed from
New York on the 4th inst, and was
ten days out when the disaster oc
curred. Tho company has no par
ticulars concerning the cause of the
disaster and is anxiously waiting lor
particulars. Large crowds have
gathered in front of the company's
olfice'at 58 Broadway inquiring con
cerning the fate of friends and rela
tives who sailed in the Amerique.
The news of the safety of all pas
sengers and crew, with the exception
of the second offioer, gave general
satisfaction to inquirers. The news
of the ""loss of this fine vessel,
following i close on tho lass
of tho Europe, has created
a good deal of excitement in the
oity. Thecargo of tho Amerique
cousistied of forty thousand buh els
of wheat, two hundred baies of cot
ton, one thousand packages of hides,
and other goods of miscellaneous
Boston, April 16.
Oitcthe balloting to-day, the whole
number of votes cast was 2CS.
Dawes, 92; Hoar, 88; Curtis, 7o; Ad
ams,V'4; Banks, 8; Washburne, 1;
Whittier, 1 and Sanford, 1. The
Legislature then adjourned.
" Wasuinoton, April 10.
The following dispatch was re
ceived last night at tho executive
To U. S. Grant, Preaident:
Having been duly installed as
Governor of the Stato of Arkansas,
by judgment of a court, I respect
fully ask that tho commanding of
ficer at tho Arsenal be instructed to
deliver tho arms belonging to the
State, now in hi3 cusotdy, or hold
the same subject to my order.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicacio,. April 18.
Flour Moreactiue; 1025c high
er; good to choice extras 5 G56 25.
Wheat Steady; cash 1 25; May
1 27fj June 1 29.
Corn Weak; May 60,0; June 67 J
Oats Quiet; cash, 40c; May,
Pork Quiet; cash and May,
15 95; June, 10 15.
Lard Cash, 9 02; May, 965 bid.
Rycr-Qujetjlittloofrerjns at SjO
Barley Inactive and unsettled;
No 3 1 Go; No 3 1 39.
New York Produce (Market.
New York, April 1(J.
Breadstuffs Opened quie"t: gen?
Flour Steady; Miperfino state
and Western 5 750 90.
Wheat l2c better; Spring 1 65
1 65; No. 2 Chicago 1 561 59;
2s o. 2 Milwaukee, spring 1 64 bid.
Corn Firm; Western mixed
afloat 00($92A: new SO.
" 0'dtsl43feaUy: ? mixed 6264 :
White 6407. v
Rye Firm; Pennsylvania 1 12
1 15; Western aud Jersey 1 10(3),
Provisions opened qulqt; nom
Pork Old mess, 15 7615 90;
new, 16 7617 00.
Chicago tive Stock Market.
Chicago, April! 6.
Hog 'Receipts 12,381; market
aotivo and steady; hut closed 'weak
and easer; 5 150 00 for common to
Washinuton, April 16.
The President refuses to uphold
Brooks as Governor of Kansas, and
sent a message through to the At
torney General to this effect. The
matter is left to the State courts for
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, April 16.
Wheat Firmpr; No. 2 spring,
1 271 27; No. 3 fall' 1 40.
Corn Steady; 66 on track.
Oats Firm at 4949 on track.
Rye Qidet, 9495.
Pork Quiet at" 11 7216 75.
Lard Suniiner steam 0o.
St. Louis Live Stock.
Q. Louis, April 16.
Hogs Receipts 2,00; market
higher; light 4 705 00; heavy 5 25
New York Money Market
New York, April 16.
Money 34 per cent,
Sterling Exchange 4S4483,
Stocks -r- Adams Express, 98 ;
American Express, 02; United
States, 70; Wells Fargo, 78; Bos
ton, Hartford and Erie, 38; Western
Union, 75 ; Lake Shore, 74 ;
Rock Island. 100; Pacific Mail, 45 J :
CC4IC, 31; Wabash, 44 ;
Erie, 36; Nw York Central, 00;
Harlem, 126; St. Joe,31;prfd,36;
U. P. stock, 35; O & M, 29j.
Northwestern, 52, prefd,, 6.9.,
E. F. 0OOK,
637 lti Bt, letVMa VngUt asi B064
Usimlactaitr ot TIB, Copper and Sbset Iron
Wre, aad dealer la
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Jipsqnsd tad French Ware on
hand. Tin BooSo", Gutters and SpctlBciad
VTaci(4aaaeJ.sraatA .. fcfc2tf
The Remains of the Late Dr.
Livingstone Arrive in
The Insurgents Make an Attack
Upon the Fortified Encamp
ment of the Spanish at
Madrid, April 16.
Clement Duvornois, and several
other directors of the territorial
bank of Spain have been arrested
charged with irregularities in the
oonduct of tho affairs of tho bank.
Havana, April 16.
Tlie Spanish authorities report
officially that 2,000 insurgent infan
try and 300 calvarv. attack tho
Spanish fortified encampment at
Ortega, several times on tho 7th
insf., and retired at night.
Ex-Captain General Jovellar, and
Ex-Intondento Vilevillo, sailed for
Tho Gazcta says that the publica
tion of Juan Palo's newspaper has
been suspended only for one month.
London, April 15.
Owing to what ho regards as un
favorable action of internationual
commission in regard to tolls on
tonnage through Suoz Canal. M. de
Lecseps threatens to dismiss his
pilots and extinguish lights in light
houses, thus virtually closing the
A later dispatch from- Ashton
states that forty-six bodies have
been recovered from the mine at
Southampton, April 16.
The remains of Dr. Livingstone
were disembarked yesterday and
formally received, and escorted to
tho railway station whence they
will be conveyed to London, Dur
ing the passage of the procession
minute guns were fired and
the bells of the cjty were tolled.
Tho multitude of spectators who
lined the route of the procssion was
immenso, and the scene very im
pressive. London, April 16.
There is believed to have been one
hundred men killed at the Duqkpn
field mine expjosjon yesterday. The
men who wore loft at the mine alive
after the accident have been rescued.
There is intense excitement at the
mine. Tho explosion was caused
by the uso of naked lights.
Dispatches from Ashton under
line last evening report that fifty
three persons were killed by the
collcry explosion at Dunkenfield,
and fifty bodies have been recovered.
Of the men taken alive from the
mine, twenty arc injured.. Many
bodies of the dead which havo'beeu
recovered are so badly mutilated as
to be unrecognizable.
London, April 16.
The train bearing the remains of
Livingstone arrivpi jn Loirdon at
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. There
were but fow spectators at the de
pot. The body was transferred to a
hearse and followed by a line of
carriages to the Geographical Soci
eties room, where a pctliji was de
posltei to await the'iin'al obsequies.
SirWni. A Fergusoiij Sargent oer
geon to the Quoon, has examined
and identified the remains of Dr.
The pilot who took the steamer
Europe from Havre, declares that
the ship struck on some hard sub
stance on leaving harbor Havre,
but was not leaky VjUcn she left
"In the House of Commons to-day
a bill suppressing betting houses in
Scott, passed its second reading.
City of Mexico, April 15
United States Minister Foster,
has given a dinner in honor of Gen
eral Corona, the new appointed
Minister of Mexico, to the govern
ment of Spain. Everything con
nected, with, tho fete passed" off
Three more assassins of the Rev.
Mr. Stephens have been arrested,
and one of them has been tried and
condomed to death.
An or linsnee In regard to the Issuing of licenses-
Be it ordained bjr the Council of the City of
Skci. That all licenses which mar hy the
rrotlilans of -ny existing ordinance, V issued
for a term ol 8 months or m re.shall herelna'itr
be heurd roasto terminate on the 1st day
of J nuaryorthe'ftday of July of each year,
aad that the Ices of such license) shall b the
same at now icquiivl Ly ohlinjn e, provided
thiti"" the' case ol liquor llcenie.s the rate lor
the Srit Ix mouths during which such license
may run. shall be the same as now required for
a license fer six months, and for tho time in
eics ol six month, during whkh such license
may run, the rate shaU be the same as (euJiral
for a license for one Tear, '
Sec a. That h9-fices mentioned in the
firs' section nercol (ball be dated on the flrt
day of the month in which the application
therefore is made ana paid for accordingly
Sec. 3. That there shall le kept Looks of
bUnklfene.,by the Clrk, of suciciept num
ber, which liooks shall contain not only ljut
iicen-es, but also stubbs cj, the same, and so
bound that as the licenses are to n (mm the
book, th-stulbof each sha'l remain bound in
the look, and tt at each stubb and licens" shall
contain corresponding nnmbrrs which shall 1
conrecutlrfl through tbebcgk to eaph stubb
shall exi rM up n ! he the uumbnr of the
lireuta taon from it, the person to wh m it
was Issued. h? purpose for which issued, the
date of it Issue and the time for which Issued,
and the amount of license fea received for the
Sec. .. This ordininca shill lj in force
and tAe efiVct on the 15th day of ArrU. 1871.
Passed April 3d. 1474.
E D. KITTON, J. B. fllBSOX,
Otyqerk. Presldet City CoucclL
Apposed April 4th, 1371,
J, S. GIBSON,
'PW- Acting Mayor.
Academy of Music.
Moad j Eyenlny, A pr", 50lb.
WI8I0AL TT870S 008TUHE 0DH0EBT,
By 20 Distinguished Artists Las
tiles and Gentlemen.
THE SELECTIONS ARE ARRANGED
from Specimens of the Ancient asd lioJ
trn Styles of rarous countries, with rich and
eltcan costarsrs apprepriite tc tbe music.
Rasa Musical Oems from the quaint and
tonch-EgSoDgs and Anthems of
"YE OLDEF TIMEW
Ticisls, including r"rTl eats
T"o bt Ut I at Wrmaa A Sbvban's Bastr.
ei and titer Ylatvia. ij(tsu
M. HELLMA.N & CO.,
G-ENTS' ZFULSTTSHIIIsrQ- OOOXDS,
221 aud 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST.
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
C othing i Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Comprises th. Latost 2Tovelti9s.
THE LATEST STTZXES HT SATS A2TD CAPS.
We IIiiYe also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clotliin
WE WILL SELL OTJRG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
R. A. BROWN, 243 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
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, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELYET & BEATER CLO UONGS
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO TJNDERWARE AND WORSTED Q-OODS
TABLE LIXXEX IX GREAT YAIUETT. A FDLL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMBRICAH CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS , MiTPWS RUiJS AM H4T3
CHEAPER rr31JUSr THE CHEAEPST
Furniture, Bedding, Mirrors,
SS4r otS Pfrtainine: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock anrlrVnw
as a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM mdLOW
PRICED goods, which he is offering at q..oli tStttopti
FRIGES Is to make it to the St of eve of dSffi
anything in this line, to examine his stock before prichS?
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
' Ac, tc. &c.
S. i:. Olt.otTKNTl'l suHaFARXIIAH.
Schneider & Buriiiest?r
riX, COPPER AXD SHEET IROX
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooklu? and Heating SlOYe.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short r.otlce and ic the best tnspqer.
Itteen trret sept2 d)
Residence and oSce No. 555 IS h St., between
Dodge st. anl Caitol jrenue.
Special attention paid to obstetric and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. )tf.
"WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGE St., ben, 13th and 14th.
i'AHUn sxtinrning executed promp'Ir and
at reisonal Id priie. nidilOm.'S
MOFUSIENTS, TOMBSTONES, ETC, ETC.
171 FaralamVS. E. Cor. 11th St,
OMAHA, , NEP
D. COOKE. O. II. BAlLOU.
AND CATTLE DEULER3.
Orders for dressed hogs, twef and mutton
O STICK IX CaglQHTOX'l BLOCT,
Omaha, - 1 tfebraaka
WU.HELM ft TAYLOR,
i:tnand Chicago streets,
For sale in larze or small quantities ulted
or smoked side-meats, b eakfast bacon h ma,
boulders, dried bef and smoked buffalo. Pore
leaf lard by th birral. or put up in lft, 15. 11
or 40 lb. slied cans. To oar "NONE SUCH"
brand of bams and breakfast bacon we lnilte
tbcatuatlsB cl tba trad. Orders promptly
-and dealers is-
OUR STOCK FOR THE
M. HELLMAN fc CQ.
FAT.L STOCK, 1873 !
WHOLESALE AND REfAlL
Farm .Mte-cliinery and "Wagons,
DRAPEE & TAILOR
AND DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Full Assortment of Imported Woolens. AllWork Warranted.
281 FarBhans St.. Bet. lstrs A 15th
C. 7. HAMA1T1T,
171 Cor. Ktrnhiiu aud Elcvcuth Ms.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and re-
? airing done at reasonable rates. A J lie lot of
'URMsIllNU COODd conslantlr on hand
I and sold cheap. -tecXtf
G. A. LEXUqUEsT.
190 FARMIIAM HI'.
ixiwnn imia inn cjeTtnm ciccets.
Gents' Furnishmg Goods.
-siaauraCTCBEV or ao DEar.KS -
Lambreqalas and AYinJoiT Shades,
CHttMOS, EXSRAYIXUS AXD
10 Farnham street, corner Fifteenth
WHOLES LE BUTCHER
AS( CATTLE BROKER,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.
CEXTRaL C10TIXO ST0RE1
186 FAENHAM STREET,
has m. 1am, avirinint Af riAlfifni Tr.f. fmrm
14c., which he will sell at pricea to suit bis cus
atrs. Call and sat. dIJtf
RETAIL DELCHS IN
Xo. 13 South 10th Street,
- - Omalia, XTeb
TAX DORX'S MACHINE
All kinds of light and heaTy
3LLCIII.VEKY MADE & REPAIRED.
S"All Work Uuaranteea.-m -
253 HAHMET STREET. -
. fO CO1 P'"B OAV. Agents want
p'J IU p) .!. AHcIaaea of work
"gl.pleole.tlwrwt, youn? or old. mka
rn-.re muner at wor for us ,n thir smre m
meriis-or ll th ti.ua. than a" nyth?o alia
Practical Well aud CNtcrn Maker
Makes, CTeant anl Repairs Wella 4 Ciatena
Gdianle-h,rap; ,V'ork warantee-l. App
ailleraies Hotel, en ienth street, opposl
Enjine House. f27iaj
225 rarnnam Street, - - Oaali, 3fe,
TrHOLEJAtCaSDBETAlI. DEAlXa IX
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
JOHN II. GREEN.
GRAIX, FLOUR AXD FEED,
CLARK & FRENCH.
And dealers In
Green Fruits their Season
0BDS8S SOUCITEO XSO PBOVPTLT I11ISB
ii! . m.muutiw a.ttumHi-. MW UF"
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