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THE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD IiOSEWATEE, Editor BdProp'r
OaU So. 138 Ftnkui eiree. betw.
M-ath suad faith.
TEEMS OF BUBSCBIPTIOSi
One ropy, one year, in ad-mee..
t7.00
six months, in adTanee -W
" three mentha in atnw - "
tOTll not paid in adranee, J3 per nnum wdl
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FREDERICK,
LEADING HATTER I
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OMAHA BUSINESS DiECTORfr
CaAOXES'.llANTU'ACrOET. , vr
TircClureA'Smlth. IS5 llarneyreetlwt.
l'l n.w,nrf lih. decl8U
nT.iRti iwnVrnriTRE FBiifEE. i
JBelnhart, JSC rou?U.teVdekr4n
.window glass aad picture iram.s. ;'"InS
done to order. .. , -f"
jcwel.' - a
WO. Sanders.practical watchmaVer.":! li
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U- U00T3 A5D SH0E3. 1 , . i
T)l.!Ilp Lan;, 135 Faruliam st. i-ween lum
X mtdllsn. ..w.
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liccted.
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TitfandA nii.it. coal, lime, ee'iuentnalr, etc."
X" 13 Farnhamst. - ...rieumu.
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tl . ney sta
IHSURAKCE.
-r-ia.i, ji VrTToon. fire and -e Went Jnju-
f ranee eeals, otu the posUiffice. ,
PAWK BEOKBH.
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EEALISTATEAFDroALOiriOE. .
Tohn Jolmsoa. offlre stelh-at -between'.
.1 Karnhaiu and Kouslaa; also tickets to and
iroaEaropo, drafts, iusu.anceetc ajl t
LAUKDEY.
a r.lanndrropsnudatSU lltU st.,J)et..
A FA.chaiaandI)ouil3. ITie wxibing and
Gonin" -wlU be done to rdcr, first cau wort
PAluTEBS.. .,'
Lehman & Earl. ho'u-c and ISn 1l"j"
10th st. bet. F-rnlnin and Ilari.ey. -ait
BOAP 'PA0I0BXA?'. t-
!. ... xekrli. Vnircll A Co. atlll
P""..: 1 MrMVemlnmPaap.' Fire"
fint premiums awarded by the Dpugla county
and dute fairs, and l'ottawttamie county.Ia.
Orderi solicited irom tbatiad-.
AllOEMEIi
F ESTABBO'lK.
w. Jt FMANCIS
ESTABROOrC&TRANClS
ATTORMYSAT law.
OFFICE-S. W.Cor.'ilttHv. d DongtajjOma.i
t Keb. -2 JJBS:
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o. n. BALWO. ED.B.r,Asaow.
Ballou&Glasgow,
ATTORNlEYSATLAW.
Ofiee n Crelghtoa'a now block, wutheast jor
room, 2d lloor. t.i
OMAHA, AEB.
C X. BALDWIS.
OXO.V.-O'BBIKX.
BALDWIN' Si O'BBIESf.
ATTOEEYSLAW
Oaka-CUldwall Block, Uougln Street,
01IA1IA,
- KEUBASKA.
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JOHN C. CO WIN,
A-ttonxoy. SoXloitox?.
AND COUSSELOB.
OFFJCE-atEIGJ?TO'3 BLOCK,.'
OMAHA,
SEHUASKA.
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T. W. T. Biclwrds,
A tornev at ' Lslw.
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SAVAGE & M ANDERSON,
Attorneys, at Law,
342 FABSHAM 8TBBAT. A
jamksw. SX.AOB, I Omaha, Nebraska.
CBABr. r KDKBSnX.
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G. W. AMBROSE,
A-ttorxier " 3cf otr
UEBICt'S OPEBA HOUSE
OlMHA. -E ItEB.'
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DEXTER I: THOMAS,
4f..mst: T1WTJ
Attorney anl iCounsclor at. Law.
OFTIOE Boom Bo Vkaclier'f!!
OMAHA
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SPAUN-& PRITCHEFiy
Attorneys and Counselors ?t I.
"Office, JOfi Twelfth (Street. ( f
aaJ. Ivvk Rat sJfi. "Oinaha."Neb.
w. j; COmTELL
.Oo-x-ci.-l-l.o-c fc Xistk-jB-;
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V'Mrict Attnraey for. SefMi-..JM-Icial
District.
OKUCS-South aide oi Farnham? Ww-am
1Mb v tsib at., oppo-JU Court nouae.
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N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORSE. AND C0D3SELL0B ATr
LATV,
No. 39 Farnham Street
OMAHA - -
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JOHN W. LYTLE,
ktitmT.iiZyr and lollcllor
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Attorne;
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CouxcnaiANSTEPHEXSOX has al
ways danced to the niusic of the
Bourbon" organ, and now the grate
ful organ grinder plays the rogue's
march for him. You pays your
money, and youjbakes your choice.
Oxe Congressman has already
been Bent'o a lunatic asylum on ac
count of his muddledflnancial ideas,
l-and others are likely to follow
permanent relief does notsoon comeu
from some quarter.
Dr. Johnson has Just opened a
commodious recruiting office for the
coming campaign. It is very con
veniently located for dyspeptic re
cruits. Captain Lee has been com
missioned as medical purveyor.
oiJTHK - editor. of, the Omaha, Herald,
iij respectfully referred to the follow-
-'nir-iT-r4--ir"frnm th-lt staunch
Democratic organ; the Cincinnati
Enquirer : "
'"The "Western man who enters
and lounges around the Ulanhattan
Gliib rooms, is in a house of political
ill-fame, and 'his virtue will bo with
justice suspected by the people."
Thk citizens of Omaha, - and es-
pecialij'hoseAvho admire and re
vercthe Inevitable George Francis,
will rejoice that he who might have
been lie next President of America
still lives- From the New York
Crusader of the 5th Inst, we glean
tlxat' .the great American uniei
of the French Commune
has taken several hundred Turkish
baths within th6 past-four months,
and now he has discarded the idea
of ueing President or Dictator, and
J'says that holias found out that it is
.a greater thing not to no a dictator
than to be one. He asserts
that Jt is. a matter of fact
that ho has "power of fore
telling great public events. Upon
lo6kiug into the future he clearly
discerns and in fact smells approach
ing plagues and Asiatic cholera
which will devastate this cduntry
unless the people purify themselves.
He can no longer eat meat, as it is
-tainted, and now confines himself
io vegetable diet. "Why, how can
it be safe," says Mr.
Train, "to eat
animal jfood
with murrain in the
cattle, pip in poultj-, scabs on sheep,
and triehime hi swine? AVhy, sir,
theAmericau public to-day is living
on stewed boils and roasted carbun
cles! Purify yourself, my good
Jfriends; put your house in order or
you will be lost!"
s-'t -'KnoclcedDova! "
A remarkable fact canbe asccrtatq
ed by iavextig-itiug our atockjafid
prices that we have red need to a very
low iliuire all pf our clothing "'and
Gents', furnishing go.ds, far below
thc price of any other house. Over
coats .in particular can be bought ol
m now at least 25 per cent less than
our former prices. Quick sales and
small profits is our motto.
Pit. GOTTHEIMEK,
feb.8-1? 2QG Farnham street
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
-heimer'a, 200 Farnham st
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and sold.
Hamlet Oram,
flfli street between JoP and LeaTenworth aU.,
OMAHA. - -NEBRASKA.
EEPSTIIE MOST COMl'LETEASSOUT
TTzi nn.i ntrlmiiixl. farasols. Piaue!
mmt f Indies' ana Ueau' atraw nat
trim-.
fuied
Mar-
lulu wu mm.. - i - . : . . .? ;. j-
!lle. KainsooV and all Klqtlf o: iiry poas,
ri .riiA-Vonil ilntV lio-ta.fltc.
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Goods is Complete. Selling only for
mplete. selling ouij jur un,
am able to UNDEKSELL any other ueaicrtn
the City. OurriUCEbaieiWWiittXiiao ejer
heard ot betore. my 144u-pl
"Southern Hotel,
Fronting on 4th, SUt and WkatitfM
St. Louis, - Mo.
"Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-class in all its
spi-olntmeats. Ita tables are at all times sup
plied in the gTeatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its rlerks and
employes are all polite and attentire to the
wants of th. guests of the hotel. There is an
ImproTeJeleraor leading Irotn the fint floor
to the upper one, Uallroad and steamboat
ticket olli vs. news tUnd. and western Anion
Telegraph oO e in the Botunda of hotel.
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Fruits, Confectionery,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner
Farnham and
Elerenth ''street.
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MIDNIGHT.
BjadallJ Bapcrted fcr the (teal Dally Bee,
bT the AUantlo and Pacific Aleerapn Oo.
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WASHnraroK,' May 14. -
At the first roll call jthis morning,
only fourteen senators" werep'reseiit
Mr. Chandler movedlo aajourn,buC
subsequently witiidref the jnotion;
for the second roll, which showed'a
q"tlonim'Tewi ntfiBSBz-.: asrra
Mr. Pratt, from theLeoramittee oh-
tensions, reporteaon'inany' appu
cations of soldiers during the war of
1812, for the reason that a majority
of the Committee authorized him,
to report iavoraUykn Hie house bill
providing a pension' of. eight dollars
per month for'siinriFlrijr soldiers of:
tlie war of 18I2)""and-'for their-1
widows.
At the expiration ot the morning
hour the senate resumed the consid
eration of-the finance Milr-pending
question being Mr.Wright's amend
ment to make the proportion of le
gal tenders retired as new" national
bank notes are issued, 25 instead of
50 per ceriV The amendment jpas;
agreedto;32to24.
A vote was thenZ taken, on lr.
Wright's amendment and it was
agreed to ; 44 to 14.
Mr. Chandler, in accordance with,
his intention. Mstacd yesterday',,
moved to table the bill ; rejected.
Mr.-Wright movedto amend-by
making the rate of interest of-golu-bearing
redemption bonds, proposed
.by the bill, 4 J instead of 5 per cent;
agreed to. He also moved to make
the time for the redemption of theses
.Donasu.iusteaaoi.li years: agreca
to. 31 to 6. He then moved to make
the date for tho resumption. -of "speSl
cle payment by means oft tnese
bonds, v January, 'lCTD ; agreed to
without division. - v '-'--
Mr. Conkling moved to strike out
all after tlie enacting clause and in
sert a provision for the redistribu
tion of 540,000)00, national bank
currency; t -"'
Mr. Merriman offered an amend
ment toform a." eubs'titute embody
ing" "the substitution of greenbacks
for national bank currency, jemoyai
of. lax on. statej.banks, paymentof
custom ;dues in greenbacks,, and va
rious other projects.
AiteTsonlS lIscussion'o'n polntsof "
onler. Mr. Conkhng's order, was re
jected. - "' - -
Mr. Merriman's substitute was
then rejected.
Mr. Wright moved to insert the
word "shall" instead of many in the
clause authorising the Secretary of
the Treasury to reissue United "States
notes redeemed affer July i, 1S5S,
as provided in tho' ninth section.
Agreed to.
Mr. Washburne asked Mr. Sher
man if it was'the intention of the
finance committee to compel thegov
ernment also to retain a portion of
its gold as a reserve with a view to
the resumption of specie payment,
and being answered in the negative,
he argued that it should be done
and that tho nation was bettor off
now than It would be after the pass
age of. the bill. , He believed there
were banks all over tlie country
which would Iks willing to surrender
their circulation, receive their bonds,'
sell them and wait till January,
1877, when they could obtain. them
at par: Congress could not afford to
do anything whipl) would leave any
uncertainty; Tlie business men of
the country felt that Congress was
pieugeu to travel iu uio uiiecuuu ui
specie "resumptlbn, ' but" in such a
manuer as not to break down busi
ness. He did not want backward
steps taken.
Paired, Gordon, IJarmon, Cono.
vor, Browrtlow, Ingalls, forron,
Pease and West, in favor, with Bay
ard, Salisbury, Chandler, Ferry of
Connecticut, FrelinghuyBen, Mor
rill, of Maine, Scaurs, fmd, Wadf
leigh opposed.
Mr. Howe introduced a bill to au
thorize the settlements of claims
with Jtho seyera) States for o per
cent, oi me vaiuo oi innian reserva
tioiis. Beferred" to tlie committee
on public lands.
Mr, Conover intrpqugod a,rasolu
tion wliioh waslaidover','asknff the
Presidont for copies of correspond
ence, etc., In relation to the arrest of
Froderlok Dookory, by Cuban au
thorities, , y
Mr. Conkling again offered an
amendment for the withdrawal of
$40,000,000 from States having an
excess of national bank. circulation,
and a redistribution thereof to the
States, having Jess than their pro
portion. Bojected. Yeas, 18; nays,
28.
Several other amendments were
offered and rejected.
The bill passed, yeas 25, nays 10,
as follows? c
Ayes Alcorn, Allison, Bogy.Car
penter, Goldwaito, Harvey, Howe,
Johnston, Logan, McOreary, Mer
riman. .Mitchell. Ofrlesb'v.Patteraon.
Pratt, Bamsey, Ransom 8pencer,
Spurgeon, Tipton, WIndom and
Wright
,Naya Anthony, Boutwell, Buok
IngluunConklLng,, Cooper, Davis,
Edwards, "Fen ton, "ffdnen, Hamil
ton flf Ma.ryland,vHamlln, Jones,
isforrillof Vermonf, Sargent.Soott,
Sherman, Stewart, Thwrman,Wash.
burne. f
Adjourned. f
HOUSE.
The bill1 authorizing the first na
tional bank of Senacaj Illiqois, to
change its name to the first' nation
al bank of Morris, was passed.
The bill amendatory to the char
ter of the Freednien's Saving and
Trust Company .vas passed.
A up, xiouse men weuu miu cuu;
mittee of the whole on the deficient
cv bill. .
Mr. Shanks moved to strike out
-the iitcm of $90,000 for the ..rent of
the building to Johne-W. JYrtgnt,
stating that he made the motion for
the purpose of putting on record the
fact that the Interior -Department
rented the building from a man
who had robbed and plundered In
dians, and put up this building with
'the proceeds. i -
Mr. 2csmith suggested that be
cause Mr. Wright robbed the In
dians jt was.jno. reaaoBr, the
Government" .should rob'Wright
The amendment was rejected.
The bill was laid aside to be repor
tedto the House, and the commit
tee fook up the consul and diploma
tic appropriation bill, which appro
priated $3,327,304, of which amount
nearly $2,000,000 Is to.pay claims of
British subjects. Mr. Swan ex
plainedthe .bill, and without action
on hrthe conlmittee rosaVfrtported
the dencienoy hill tothetioow. ana
the lull wasps
- Adjourned,
TELEGRAPHIC,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Important Contract of the Bir
mingham Iron Works with
theU. P. R. R.fortha
jb- , Coiiatruction of
l '' .Rolling Mills. L
InvMtifiation of the Erie Books.
TtaLexniatoB Races Tom
Bowling Won the Running
Race, 1 1-2 Mile, in ,
-, 2:343-4.
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The Inundation Proving Disas
trous to Mississippi.
Boston, May 14.
Vice President Wilson, will leave
for his trip to California, on Tuos
day.hext. New York, May 14.
A Utile Bock dispatch says that
a small skirmish occurred in the
street last night, but at a late hour
everything was quiet.
New Haven, May 14.
W. W. Eaton, of Hartford, lias
been nominated by the democratic
I caucus for United States Senator.
New York, May 14.
Baltimore dispatches say the. first
installment of Mennonitcs from
Russia arrived yesterday, 185 in
'number. They bring $80,000 -in
cold Thej camo from Odessa, and
Kwill-settle In Nebraska or Dakota.
They wont West last night
Albany, May 13.
Representatives of the Liberal
Republicans are now here to deter
minetho future policy of the com
ing campaign. It is reported they
will favor a separate convention
prior to the convention of other
parties.
New Yokk, Maj-14.
j.Tho Birmingham iron works of
Connecticut, have just concluded a
contract with the Union Pacific B.
R. for the construction of rolling
mills to be erected west of the
Bocky Mountains on the Pacific
slope.
Lexington, K y., May 14.
In the mile and a half race yes
terday Tom Bowling won in 2:34J,
the fastest time on record by three
seconds. He ran the first mile in
1:41. The two mile heat race to
day won by Jury time, 2:46J, 3:36J,!
3:45, 3:51 i. The second heat was
a dead oiie.
New York, May 14.
Weston closed his third day's
walking after midnight, with one
half of his task not quite completed.
To succeed he must now walk 250
miles in two and a half days, which
he says he is able to do.
Ascension services were held to
day in many of the churches. The
services at tho Trinity, and Church
of the Ascension, and several oth
ers, werft attended by unusually
"grand and immense" audiences.
I Washington, May 14.
The President has nominated W.
K. Halenback, collector of Internal
Revenue of Dakotah territory. The
Senate has confirmed the nomina
tion of J. M. Hodre, receiver of
public monies at Cawker City, Kan
sas; and Edward M. Brown re
ceiver of public monies at Bis
marck. Newark, N. J., May 14.
The jury in the case charging cer
tain oltyoffiolala with conspiring to
defraud the city arc- still out, with
no prospect of a verdict to-dayi
They.have bepn out slnpo 2 o'clock
yesterflfiy, and. at midnight stood
about even bq the sihjeoof a ver
dict. Memphis, May 14.
The southwestern inundation
bids fair to become as disastrous in
the State of Mississippi as it already
is in Louisiana and southern Arkan
sas, wliero the greater portion of
the country Is under water. Addi
tional crevasses are reported along
the east bank of the Mississippi,
and the country in portions of the
State of Mississippi is being rapidly
submerged.
New York, May 14
English accountants employed by
the Erie stockholders, and selected
by MeHcnry, to Investigate the
condition of the Erie books, arrived
yesterday, and are named James G.
Legg, H. Bisnop, .kuwara Jones,
and P. T. Duffy. They hold a con
sultation with. President Watson
and McHenry? and it Is expected
the work of overhauling the books
will last two or three weeks.
The second annual dinner of the
Silk Association of America was
held at Delmonieo's last night, with
representatives from Maryland,
Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massa
chusetts, New Jersey, and other
States.
Cincinnati, May 14.
A desperado named James Long,
shot two men on Fifth street this
morning, instantly killing one of
tbem. Long accused a roan named
W. Benson of seducing his wife, at
the same time drawing a revolver
and firing, the ball passing through
Benson's arm and hitting a strange
man across the street who died in
stantly. Washington, May 14.
The Arkansas troubles are now
under consideration Jby the Cabinet,
and it is fully expected that some
definite result will be arrived at this
afternoon.
Chicago, May 14.
A special says two members of
the Yellowstone expedition have re
turned to Boiscman, Montana, and
report the whole party returned.
The party penetrated the country
to near tho vicinity of Tongue
river. From the first to the twenty
sixth of April the force was har
rassed by Indians. Four pitched
battles were fought, and one hun
dred Indians were killed.
Skirmishing was continued by
bands of trom 100 to 1,000. Indians
are hovering around the whole out-It.
TB35r SOUTH'
New York, May. 14.
The society of German patriots of
184Saud 1849, of which Gen. Max
Weber is Dresident. celebrated the
25th aniiiversarj- of the outbreak of
the German revolution last evening
in tliis city. It was a grand affair.
Jersey City, May 14.
The extensive clothing house of
Alderman Samuel Clark, 23 and 25
Newark avenue, wios robbed by
burglars last night. Clothes and
cashmeres valued at five thousand
dollars were stolen. This same
store was lately robbed of ten
thousand dollars of goods. No clue
to the burglars. The storo is in
close proximity to the police head
quarters. Portland, May 14.
Tlie Maine Bepublican State Cen
tral Committee was organized here
last night: Speaker Blaine wa.r re
elected chairman: W. S. Puller
will act as chairman during Blaine's
absence. It was decided that the
State Convention .should be held at
Augusta on the 18th of June.
New Iork, 3Iayl4.
A cable dispatch from Hong
Kong says that the steamship Great
Republic arrived from San Fran
cisco on schedule time. She will
be due at Yokohama on tlie 20th
of May on her return trip, arriving
at San Francisco about June loth
The American Bible Society held
its 58th annual meeting at the Bible
House to-day. President Wm.;H.
Allen, L. L D., in the chair.
The business meeting commenced
immediately after the devotional ex
ercises in the morning. Managers
for the next four years were elected.
The annual report was presented,
containing a synopsis of the work
done and money received and ex
jended during the year. It appears
that the amount receivcdfrom all
sources Mas $664,436; expended,
$611,728.73; gratitious .work for the
year amounted' to '$340,644.50. Of
this SS4,408.53 were the cost of ex
peditions to foreign fields. Appro
priations for foreign "lands for the
ensuing year, $92,071.
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San Francisco, May 14.
Tiberico Vasquez, the bandit for
a long timo tlie terror to the south
ern portion'of the State, was cap
tured with two of his gang thisaf
ternoonnear Los Angeles.
A dispatch from Los Angeles says
that deputy sherifF Johnson, of Los
Angeles,-and four men wero the
captors of the notorious Vasquez.
They found him at tho. houso of
Greek George, in Cayhuengo Can
yon. Vasquoz was in bed unarmed.
He jumped from a window, when
they fired on him, and hit him
three times. "One shot from a rifle
passed through his back. At live
o'clock Vasquez was safely lodged
in jail. The wounds are not dan
gerous. The jail is guarded by po
licemen. No access to the prisoner
is allowed.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hew York Money Market.
New York, May 14.
Money Easy, 3 per cent
Exchange Dull; barely steady;
468491.
Gold Dull; but by mid-day be
came active.. Opened at 112 J; de
clined to 112, andrallied to 112;
now 112.
Governments Quiet and a shade
lower. Currency 6s, 116; 10-40s
unchanged; coupons, j.
The treasury department sold one
million of gold to-day.
Stocks Active but lower, under
the influence, of a sharp bear raid
upon W. U., U. P., Pacific Mail,
and Lake Shore, which carried
down prices". Tlie bulls have lost
courage, and present little resist
ance. Market is now sternly, and
partially recovered. U. P., 272; W.
U., 70; P.iH., 105.
New York PrQtjuce Market.
New qi" if '4
Breadstuff-0pened geuerally
il."y and quiet.
Flour- Easier ; super State and
Western, 5 005 80 ; extra, 6 20
6 75.
Wheat Steady.
Corn Steady at 8386.
Oats One cent lower, 6264.
Barley Dull.
Bye 10 81 10.
Provisions Opened quiet
Leather, Iron and Wool Un
changed. Chicago Produce Market.
Ciiicaoo, May 14.
Flour Dull, nominally and un
changed ; good to choice spring ex
tras, 5 37J6 10 ; low and medium,
5 00(S)5 25; superfines, 3 754 85.
Wheat Weak; cash, 122; June,
123122r; July, 122.
Corn Weak; June, 62-62r;
July, 63.
Oats Quiet; cash, 43J - June,
45J; July, 43.
Barley Dull ; No. 2, 1 40 ; No.
3, 95100 ; rejected, 75.
Pork Firm; June, 16 6716 70;
July, 16 8590.
Lard Firm ; June, 10 3010 35.
Bulk Meats Quiet and firm ;
shoulders 6, short ribs 9; bacon firm
and unchanged.
Whiskey Steady at 95.
Egg3Firmer; fresh at 1213c.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 14.
Cattle Owing to unfavorable
eastern advices, the market ruled
weak and easy, and closed dull.
Fair to choice steers sold at 5 50a
5 95 j.extra steers 0 00a6 25 ; stock
ers 3 50a4 50 ; butchers 3 75a4 50.
Hog-4-Receipts 1,600 ; active and
steady ; common 4 75a5 15 ; medi
um 6 20a5 40 ; good to choice 5 50a
5 90
. '8heei Beceipts 700; quiet and
easy.. Market closed dull; common
to choice 4 00a4 50; fine to choice
5 70a7 00.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St.- Louis, May 14.
Flour Quiet and unchanged; su
perfine winter at 4 404 75
"Wheat Dull; No. 2 Chicago at
1 2GJ; No. 2 Bed at 1 50.
Corn Doll, lower: No..2 mixed
ail 26
68 on track; 09 June.
Oats Dull; No 2 52 east track
Barley Quiet, No. 3 spring, 1 2
WnisKy uuii at o.
Pork Quiet, 17 10.
Bulk Meats Firmer and more
active; shoulders 6J ; clear ribs at
8.
;i Bacon Dull;. 4 75. ...
Sugar Hal2.
CABLEGRAMS.
Publication in Madrid of a Let
ter of General Burriel,
Explaining the San
tiago Massa
cree. The Czar and Grand Duke Alex
is in England.
Celebration of the Pope's 83d
Birthday.
Reconstruction of the Spanish
. "' Cabinet.
Rome, May 14.
The Pope celebrated his 83d birth
day yesterday. A number of cardi
nals, bishops and other dignitaries
were present. Hp was unable to
give his attention to all that waited
oulhlm on account of his inability,
caused by excess of work on the oc
casion. Paris, May 14.
The Duke de Broglie declares that
he will call up fcr immediate dis
cussion tlie new electoral bill. The
left and extreme right opposo its
present consideration, and will make
it a cabinet question. The debate
will occur on Friday or Saturday.
The assembly re-elected Mr. Bullet
president.
London, May 14.
The Czar and Grand Duke Alex
is arrived at Dover at 7 p. m. last
evening. An immense crowd wit
nessed the debarkation of tlie party
and greeted them with hearty en
thusiasm. The Duchess of Edin
burg, Prince of Wales, and Prince
Arthur were waiting to receive the
Imperial visitors, and conducted
them at once to Windsor Castle.
Madrid, May 14.
The cabinet has been reconstruc
ted, and a new ministry announced
to-day. Conservatives are largely
in the majority. It is constituted
as follows: Seabala, President of
the Council and Minister of War;
Sagasta, Minister of the Interior;
Ullou, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
Sanacho, Minister of Finance;
Alonzo Martinez, Minister of Jus
tice; Alonzo Colmenarez, Minister
of Public Works; Romero Orliz,
Minister of Colonies; Roeriguisz,
Associate Minister of Marine.
n.WANA, May 14.
The steamship Quimfo was lost
on Malunell Reef while carrying
provisions to the Spanish troops.
The crew were saved.
J. H. Gacctn to-day publishes a
decree prohibiting white or colored
persons subject to militar3 duty from
changing their place of residence
or receiving passports unless they
deposit $500 in tlie treasury. The
provisions of the decree heretofore
issued exempting from duty n the
bill all white nipinbcrs of the militia
who pay 5-500 in gold or $1000 in
paper has been extended to the col
ored militia. This amount can be
paid into the treasury either before
or after the parties are drafted. All
military not drafted and those over
thirty-five years, unless pQri are
ordered to pay monthly contribu
tions of-two to'ciglit'dollars, accord
ing to ihe position of tho individual.
Madrid, May 13.
A letter published to-day gives
the text of a letter written by Gen.
Burrell to Dcauxmonde, explaining
the Santiago i.u.assaere. He denies
that the court martial was estab
lished on board the steamer Tor
nado to try prisoners, and says there
were one hundred, and tlfty pris
oners, the niost Qf whoi
were regularly tried, h-- - ....
tribupan finu-- of J g.
were tried by a marine tribunal on
board the Francisco de Borga in
regular form. Thirty-seven were
sentenced to death; twelve to im
prisonment, and three were lib
erated. This ho can prove by official
documents; also that the Virginius
was clearly proved a pirate legally
captured, and unduly carrying the
American Hag. Of the remaining
prisoners sixteen were sentenced to
death and executed while, 87 re
mained at the Captain General's
disposal. On the 8th of November
he sent the war steamer Bazaine to
the Captain General in order that
he mieht. if he wished, commute
the death penalties of those not ex
ecuted, as orders to stop the execu
tions had been received from
Madrid.
He then relates the surrender of
102 survivors. The special circum
stances of the case prevented him
conceding to the protests of the Bri
tili nnd American consuls. The
laws and orders under which he
acted were absolute and peremptory
authority proper. The executions
justifies everything ho did on legal
grounds. He denies yielding to
preserve the volunteer; he asserts
that only the mob in the United
States were indignant at the execu
tions. .
The financial and commercially
interested men, lawyers, well in
formed military men, and the sen
sible portion of the press, are op
posed to the war on the Virginnius
question, and recognize Spain's
right to do what she has done. He
trusts that the time to clear the
whole matter honorably to Spain, is
near at hand.
NEW EOUNDRY
The foundry In connection vrlth the Van
Dora machine ahops,
NO 230 IIARNET STREET.
Is now In operation. I am prepared to mute
all kinds ol castings.
meb237m
TVM. FENWICK
G. A. LENUqUEST.
Merchant Tailor.!
1DO FARXHAM ST.
Between Tenth and Elerenth BtneHs.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
City Meat Market.
-tx:E2:B:s-m
Kfp com tanlly on.fcand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
B
JE3 E3 V,
MUTTON,
POULTRY,
GAME
OSTABZi!
New Spring Goods,
AT CRUICKSHAN'S
"B"tvB-ES,OI"D-E3E2,I"E!S ! EaBrROZIDIEIRI-ES !
PSZOXS X,0'7ZB. THAXT EVER.
20,000 Yards of Hamburg- Edgings and InserUngs of the Newest and Choicest Patterns
of this Season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOODS, &C.
New Victoria Lawns, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Stripes
New Jaconets in Plaids and Stripes, New Swiss and Mull
Muslins, New Piques and Marseilles.
Black Alpacca and Mohairs Another Case of these Popular
Goods Just Opened.
As we make a Specially of the above goods, Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our Stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
New Spring Millinerv to be Opened Saturday March 7.
A. CEUICKSHANK,
mars Cor. 14.t2i and TarnJuaa Sim.
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street, t
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL 'f
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other hbus9 in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEATER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO TJNDERWARE AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE USNEN IX GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE Of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS' MATTING RUGS, AND MATS,
c:h::eajp:e:r, rrnA-isf tieshs cheapest
OHIDEIjS SHIYEBICK.
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods, whioh he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of evervonedesirinsr
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchas
ing. PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES dec., UPHOLSTERED AND
G. STRIFFLER,
-DEALER N
CEO C S XL i g
Pro.'"-
..ons,
Fruit",
Nuts
Confectionery,
Tobco,
Segflrg,
Ac, &c, &c.
S. K. COR.of TKKTII andFARIVIIAa.
apllllf .
Schneider & Burmester
Manufacturer! ot
m, COPPER AND SHEET IBOX
WARE. DEALERS IK
Cooking and UeatlHg Stores.
Tin Hoofing, Spouting and Guttering don
- ahort notice and lc tha beat manner.
Uteen trcet aeptM dj
MSB. J. E.VA5DERCOOK
Eclectic Physician-
Residence' and office 230 Dodge it bet Hth and
lStlt its.
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. f'Jtf.
Jacob Kemnitzer,
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
TURNER.
DODGES:., beta 13th and Hth.
AL kinds oi turning executed promptly- and
at reasonable prices. mchlOmS
a kweIiEks.
JOHN BATJ9IKII,
Practical Watchmaker,
171 Faianara ,
OMAHA,
8."".0.llthSt
NEB
FENCE POSTS.
At Wholesale and Betail.
-rvrcT rnr mtssotRI WniTE OAK AND
K nun-Oik- fence Post, also wood of the
same quality, for sole cheap at
wood yard
. P.BBIGGS"
aDrStl
333 Chtenzo Slretsieair rmrteth.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CABRlAGE TRIMMER,
if o. zr ii-i- ' . will ietb.
ALL orders and repairing prompt'-' attended
to and satisfaction guarranteed.
9-Cash paid for hides. apJDTl
H. C WALKPB,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS & SHOES
510 ISth EL
aptSTt
Between Farnham and Douglaa
BYSO-f IEKO. XJtWlS 8. BXXO
BYRON SEED & GO.
Th Oldaat EatatHh4
Real Estate Agency
IH NKBKASXA
Ke-p ' complete Abstract of Title to all.Eea
Est-te in Oniba a4 DwcUa coual j.
FAT.L STOCK, 1873 !
UUVJttUUJ TO OJKDliK.
803 Fct-rali--
FRANK J.
) DRAPER & TAILOR
ANL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Ml Assortment of Imported Woolens. All Work TTarraated.
232 FarnliaznSt. - . OxnaJia, Hb.
LADI2S' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
lowest h?:r,ic:e3s !
AND
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
C. 7. SXCZftLAlT. 256 Douglas.
HAWLEY & BURKS,
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL DELERS IN
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Farm Machinery and Wagon,
So. 13 South 10th Street,
rorhtl
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets,
OMAHA, - - - USTIEIB.
"W. B.
oivr
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
AodMauafjctarer of Dry ana Saturated ttooflaa; andSheAtbing;Pelt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing, Fitcn, Coal, Tar, Etc-, Utc
KOOFIXG intnrPKtof Nebraska or ad.olnlng States. Office opposite the Gas Works, o
12th street. AddVessP O. Box Hi. " "'
Fort Calhoun Mills.
IFILiOTTIR, FEED & "Miat,
Mtiafiiclared with Great Care from the Best Grain.
General Depot, Ccr.
may 9-1 j.
O" (5 O A PER DAY. Agents want
S5 W SiU ed. All classes of work
ing people ol either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spare mo
menta or all the time, than at anything el:
i.MrM.STTXSOXA CO.-PorUaad. Maine
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J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney-at-Law
Room 9, Visscher'a Kock,
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