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OMAHA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 19, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD ROSEWATER, Editor and Frop'r
TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTIOK:
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OMAHA BUSINB8 DPCfflRtr
MedureA Fniitb. 185 Ilarney street, het.
, lltbandlztb. decls
QL1B3 KD PICTUBE MAKES.
T Belnbart. 1W Doagiw street, dealer J a
J .window glaas and prnture frames, Glaring
2e to order. -2U
WO. niw,prct ad watthmakeralU h
BOOTS AHD SHOES.
Philip Lenj, 155 Farnham st, Jiet ween i loth
TT LUtr. corner 12th and Douglas streets.
XT. ja nuficturer and wholesale dier In
,Tl7n nd con'e.llonery. Country trade eo
Flan 4 Elli t, caii, lime, cement hair, etc,
134 Farnham st. febldmj
J A. BJer, diujgUt, cornef12lh and JJar
..A i Ifoiriftn Ara .n.i e Ident lnaa-
rance (genu, orcr the iitotfice.
Elgstur, Sfo, 200 Farnham st. 1el7tf
UF1T. ESTATE A3 D COIL OEPIOE.
Jon Johnson, office 5J9 14th st between
Farnham and Douglas; alo tckats to and
(rum Europe, drafts, insurance, etc a2Jyl
4 new laundry op ned at 511 11th it., bet.
A. Farnham and DouUs. The washing and
ironing will be done to order, first elaai work
Lehman A Bard, houe and sign painters,
10th, it. bet. Farnham and Harney. aMtl
Tlrcmlum Soap Worts. Powell A Co, silll
T aianu'acturc their Pipjninm Soap. Flte
first prainlums awarded by the Duugls, County
and StxU fairs, and Pottawattamie county, fa.
Orders sollut! frpni the trade.
K. ESTABEOIK. Vim' FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE. W. Cor. Hthtrj d Douglas. Oma
O. H. BALLOTJ. ED. B. GLAgdOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Crelgbton's new block, southeast cor
OMAHA, - NEB.
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ato. . rarrcBKTT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attonejs Md Counselors at Law.
Office, 506 Twelfth Btreet,
iMtMi. Lock Rut ana, Omaha. Neb,
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttomor - j Xsm, r
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attoraej and JCoanselor at Law.
iOFPIOE Boom So Yiaachert Block,
JOHN W. LITLE,
ittoraT-t-Law aad SoiJejt9r Lb
0FPI0h0rr Fint Vttiosal laak,
Attorney at Lawf
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ATTORNEYS 5 LAW
Uttt-Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,' V
J0HN C. C0WIN,
OFFICE CREICirTOX'S BLOCK,
T W. T. Riciards,
Attorney at Law,
0co 510 13th SU, bet. Faraaaa
h DobjIas, OBuika. Kefc.
P 0. Bex 80
SAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
HZ FARHHAM STREAT.
MW.t'Mli 1 Omaha. Sahraaka.
amp r yPMJ"lC, f .
ATT0KXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
S60 Farnham Street
CIGARS J2fD tobIcco.
ItE corner Farahaa ad Ekrsjath ctreeta,
OMAHA, . . - VEfUUSKA.
The smash up In McMahon's
Cabinet was caused by his moving
for an upper chamber.
Dr. Johnson's medical purveyor
laying in a heavy stock of medica
ted mineral water with a stick
It is now understood that Pro
fessor Aughey's chemical test if
Lincoln brandy smashes is merely
to serve as a preliminary proof of
his fitness for the position of United
States Whisky Guager. It is to be
hoped the Professor will get the ap
pointment. The editor of the Herald will
doubtless be Iwppy to learn that
Councilman Stephenson is on the
narrow guage track to repentance.
He is only waiting for ijrs "yan Cott
to pull him to the fire limit termi
nus. The classic village of Lone Tree
has been suffering from an over
abundance of dullnpss, and their
wide-awake Courier favors us yith
the following lucid explanation :
The quiet appearance of our streets
for a few days past, may be at
tributed In some degree to the pres
ence in town of two or three light
ning rod men and a canvasser for a
The rapacity )f the middleman
and the oppressed and down trod
den Granger, is vividly portrayed by
thg Brownville 4?vPrt'eri in tue
foJjQuluytjrsphic comments: "But
ter last week wis W) cents per
pound. O, the poor granger!
Potatoes $2 a bushel. Dear, dear,
what will become of us poor farm
ers such price3 for produce! Dog
gone tile mjddle men anyhow if
we could drive tbein alj qut of town,
and on to farms, then we wouldn't
fee compiled to sell our butter at 25
cents to $j cents, We could have
tho fun of eatjng it ourselves, and
middle men could make their own
A remarkable fact can) be ascertain
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we have reduced to a very
low figure all of our clothing nnd
GenU', furnishing gojds far below
tlif price of any other house. Over
coata in particular can be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent less than
our fonder prcea. Quick sales and
small profits is our motto.
feb.8-lw 206 Farnham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gem, pistols, and
merchandise iu general, at Ph. Gott
heimer's, 200 Farnham at.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Bailroad tickets bought and sold.
th street between Jones and LeaTenworth sts.,
OMAHA, - XEBRASIvA-
T7-EEFSTHE MOST COSIPI.ETE ASSORT
IV met of Ladle' and GenU' straw ha4, trim
tuS and uQtr)iuuod, Parasol.. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks and all kinds of Dry Goods,
ladies' and GenU' Bw ts, etc. My Hue of Dry
Goods Is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UNDLRSELL any other Dealer in
the City Our PRICESare LOWER than erer
beard blbUore. njyH-3m-pl
The foundry In connection with the Van
Dorn machine shops,
J.l. 39 IIAR.KKT STREET.
If n.w In operation. lam prepared to make
all kinds of castings.
mehlJTm WSI. FEN WICK
1. A. LENDftUT.
10 FARNIIAJJ 8T.
Between Tenth and EWrenth btnnta.
GENTS' FURNISHING qOODS.
City Meat Market.
Krrp constantly on'hand
A LARGE SUPrY OF
.J4. .m. sjcvrra?iF,
- WHOLCaALE nEAElj JN
135 aa ISO Faraaam Strict.
Specially BaporUd for the Omai Daily Bee,
br tilt Atlaatio and PaciSs Telepapk Oo.
Washington, May 18.
Mr. Edmunds submitted a reso
lution that the President pro tern,
of the Senate and Speaker of the
House declare the two houses of
Congress adjourn sine die on the22d
of June at noon. Ordered printed
and laid over.
Mr. Morrill, of Maine, in accord
ance with a notice given on Friday,
moved to take up the legislative ap
propriation hill. ' u
Mr. Frelinghuysen gave notice
that as soon as the legislative
appropriation bill was dis
posed of he should ask the Senate
to take up and pass the civil rights
Mr. 'Frelinghuysen introduced a
bill to provide for telegraphic com
munication betwpen the United
States'and Asia; referred,
Mr. Spencer submitted a resolu
tion requesting the President to
transmit to the Senate an
swers received by the civil ser
vice commission from heads of de
partments and bureaus regarding
the effect of the civil service rules in
their departments; agreed.
Mr. Alcorn introduced a bill pro
viding for the appropriation of a
commission to investigate a report
on a plan for reclaiming the alluvial
basen of the Mississippi ; referred to
the committee on levees. The leg
islative appropriation bill was then
Mr, Morrill explained that the
bill was in harmony with the gen
eral reduction of expenses, having
less extraneous matters than such
bills ordinarily do. A bill to regu
late the diplomatic and consular
system amending an act of August
18th, 1850. was passed.
The" legislative, appropriation bill
was then read and the amendments
of the committee were agreed to.
Mr, Sherman moved to strike out
provisions flj'at no internal revenue
guager shall receive a compensation
greatpr than ?5 ; agreed to.
The amendment of the pomm jtteo
increasing the appropriation for the
purchase of official postage stamps,
for the treasury, from Ave thousand
dollars to two hundred thousand
dollars, was agreed to.
Mr. Sherman moved an amend
ment authorizing the Secretary of
War, to detail two enlisted men for
duty in the ordinance department.
The last sejctjon wqs amended to
instruct the Secretary of the Treas
ury to cover into tho Treasury, all
uupxpended balances from appro
priations on tljp llrst of Jujy of each
year," Allien such balances hive re
mained upon the books of the Treas
ury for two flspaj years.
Mr. Carpenter moved to strike
out the section forbiding civil offi
cers to receive by compensation or
lerquisite from the Treasury or
United States propprty, beyond
their saary or legal" compensation.
Under a calj of stgtos q number of
hills were introduced and referred,
including one by Mr. Cessna, fixing
the first Tuesday after the first Mon
day, as the tlatp fqr the ejgetjor in
1874. A iijotjon jiliujp jy Ivasson
several days ago to 'suspend 'rules
and pass a bill to attend the three
per cent, temporary loan act of the
12th of June, 1870, and provide for
a more equitable distribution of the
atQna purrncyj it'canlq ' up for
action ':p(J was qij motjqi qf Mr,
Ivassqi) jt was 'allowed'lo etaud over
for another week.
Under a suspension of the rules
Mr. Hayos moved to pass the bill
authorizing the President to furnish
a supply of rations to miffbrers on
the. Tombigbe, Alabama, and
Warrigo rivers. Mr. Willard
suggested, including the sufferers of
the Hood in Massaclmsettd, Mr.
Hayes declined 16 lufluilo',' and the
bill paedWrtd 08.
The House currency bill with the
Senate substitute was taken from
the table and referred to tje cqm
Uitteo qn hacking and currency.
On motion of p. K.lloar under a
suxpensiori of the rues'thqimend
ment to the postoflicip hill, making
postage on ajrrjcultijrrtl rapqrts not
to pxeeed ten pents, was in order,
House bills were introduced by
Butler (Mass.) for the creation of a
court of adjudication and disposition
of tho Geneva nwunlj ordered
printed and recommitted.
By Starkweather, to secure an
anti-monopoly ocean cable between
Eurone, Asia and Ajncrisq.
rnent of an American Iron steam
ship mail service between the Unit
ed States and England.
Mr. Poland hioved'the appoint
ment of a special pohnnjlteq qf five
tq nrocet&l to Arkansas' UQ inquire
into the disturbances and ascertain
whether the State hasa republican
form of government. The resolu
tion was rejected.
A motion by Mr. Ward, to sus
pend the rules and nasi the bill giv
ing bounties to the heirs of soldiers
who served less than a year during
the war, and died or were killed by
reason of such service, was refected.
St. Louis Produce Market.
, St. Louis, May 18.
Flcur Quiet and unchanged; su
perfine winter at 4 404 75
Wheat Dull; No. 2 Chicago at
12G12G;No. 2 Red at 1 50-
Com Dull, lower; No. 2 mixed
C8J on track; C9 June.
Oats Dull; No 2 55 east track
Barley Quiet, No. 8 spring, 1 25
1 26. '
Rye Firm : 9S t 00,
Seeds Unchanged, v
WhUky Dull at u8,
Pork-fytet, 17 10,
Bulk Meats Firmer and more
active; shoulders 6J: clear ribs' at
Bacon Dull; 4 75,
Sugar Hal 2.
PnflW Tiill f
Lard Nondnal at 101.
Itt-U- 7 lift. it. ... t''
St. Louis Uve Stock "irkrk.t.
St. Louis, Miaj
Hogi-ItePoipts 13QQ actii-Q
Jtaoon - otq -fif,
Cattle-rfteceipts 1800: quiet,
changed, good, to prjine stpers 4 2
4 75; choice to estra 6 loSilSo- -Sheep
Receipts SOO; shade easier
good clipped 88; unshorn, 89;'
ordinary to choice, 1015.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Further Details Concerning the
Bursting of the Reservoir
in Hampshire County,
Northampton', Mass., May 17.
The lowest possible estimate of
the loss of life made this after
noon is one hundred and seventy
five, and many think that the num
ber cannot -be less than two hun
dred. One hundred and fifty-seven
mutijated corpses have already
been'recovcred," and no one can tell
how many moro are concealed in
the debris, which covers hun
dreds of acres of meadow land on
either side of the river. The finan
cial loss is certainly not less than
one million, five hundred thousand
dollars, and may even reach two
Millions of acres of meadow land
that was worth two hundred dollars
per acre before the flood, is to-day
considered worthless, being covered
with land and rocks at least two
feet deep. No services were held at
the different churches to-day, and
everything hereabouts presents a
deserted appearance. It seems that
the entire population of Hampshire,
Hampton, and Franklin countjes
had emptied themselves into roads
leading to tho scene of devastation,
so great is the crowd arriving, and
at least five thousand teams and
twenty-five thousand people have
blockaded tho road.
Everything betokens gloom and
sadness, Jong lqncmi processions,
and great wagons loaded with oof
fins, wacons niled with'brldfiro tim
bers, and groups of men' with hooks I
and tools In their hands in search of
dead, fill the streets. The devasta
tion at Williamsburg was complete.
The mighty torrent rushed through
the heart of the village; 53 lives
were lost. The'peoploare besieging
the authorities to open a gate of tho
other reservoir for fear jt wouljl also
burst, but as it has been pronounced
perfectly safe tiie request was not
At Skinnersville but four lives
were lost and twenty-five buildings
swept away, more than half of
which belonged to William Skin
ner, who looses $125,000 on his silk
factory, silk and building. Tho ono
hundred and twenty-five hands in
Skinner's mill escaped to the hill,
having only three minutes warning
lefore the flood struck tho mill.
Visitors have flocked to Skinner's
mill all day. "
At Haydensvillc twenty-eight
persons werp lost. The loss by the
destruction of ffayjjbn. Gere & Pp's
brass factory is cstim'ateir at $lQ0,r
000. A portion of the walls are still
standing. Notices were posted to
day stating that the firm would be
gin re-building to-morrow, and
would furnish employment fqr all.
Fifteen otjier buildings, mostly
cheap tquew'q'ntH, ivpfo destroyed.
The safe of the Saving's Bank was
found in the river today a few rods,
below, but has not ye.t Ijeoh opened.
The rapjrl that it contained a large
sum In cash is unfounded. ,
The devastation at Leeds is in
describable. Onjy hrec houses on
the east sjduof t'ig river emii'ii in
their, t.rigiual position. The Iron
bridge was carried away from this
point. The water poured down,
making the doomed village ''car
the full foroe of tlg tesoi-rof M
struc.tjou. Fivp dead 'Indies were
recovered tolayPona nian, two
women and two children. They
were swept down from Haydenville,
and were moved to the hou-.c,s. of
their friend. The "number
of those' los't at LectU Is
ascertained to bo thrty-one. It is
said tho orles of tho drowning were
heartrending. The scenes attend
ing the search for the bodies were
full of sonW
Many v'ctims were sadly disfig
ured, their limbs broken', ami bodies
cut and gashed 'by rocks and tim
bers. Supplies of fqod and clothjiig for
tho survivors, are pouring in rap
idly. The village of Florence, is said to
have escaped, without serious dania
gest Representative Edison, of Had
loy, will introduce a bill in the leg
islature to-morrow, for the relief of
Several of the Now York illustra
ted papor, havo artists on the
grounds, sketching the scenes of
Nejv York, May 17.
It is stated ''that "eston is -to un
dertake another pedestrian feat in
Juno ho having realized twelve
thousand dollars by his "work last
J?ew York, May 18,
A Times Washington special says
tho Arkansas conflict Is now to be
transferred to Congress, and strong
efforts will be made to havo a com
mission Investigate the jiolitical
condition of that State to discover
whether it has a Republican form of
cw York: "May 18.
Jonathan P. Laper, son of the
millionaire, Captain Laper, who
was convicted of setting lire to Max
Law's stable, on Madison avenue,
last fall, has been sentenced by
Judge Sutherland to-day to seven
years in State prison, being the full
penalty of the law.
The funeral of Edwin Hoyt took
place to-day at Dr. John Hull's
Church, on Fjftty aveime.,' His re
mains Mere 'taken to Greenwood
cemetery for interment.
x PW York, May 18.
As a trucks with two nipn on
the (rivers' seat, was passjng under
me yreenwicii street ejevateq rail
road at tjjo intersection of Morris
aqd. Qrenwfph streets, tie passen
ger bridge over the street fell upon
the truck. Ono man was ratally
Injured and the other had both legs
broken, Tills is the pecond acci
dent of the kind on the elevated
TOThe te Qf tho Atfon t-tv & great
Vestprn Railroad by the. Erie has
bjoen fully agreed upon by tho board
of directors, and will now be sub
mitted to the stockholders of both
i i . .
Chicago, May 18.
tx- L&st vwninar a meeting wasudii
the nhnlilinn nf iha o!rVf.
hourC&r, and to-night the working
men'sVaoclation hold a meetin?
for tbeJHjto purpose,
New York, May 18.
All the morning papers are unan
imous in their expressions as to the
cause of the disastrous flood in Mas
sachusetts, and the culpability of
owners of the reservoir. The Her
ald says the owners of this work are
more criminal and more worthy of
tho penitentiary, than two-thirds of
me uiieves sent to sing Sing. Tne
Herald also speaks of the great suf
fering of the people living in these
devastated villages, and calls upon
the citizens of New York for hand
The Times also condemns the in
competent manner hv which the'
reservoir was constructed, and says
if the facts as stated are established
it will be apparent that there has
been almost incredible ignorance or
recklessness in the Mill River Val
ley. It suggests that measures be
taken to-day to extend to the suffer
ers the full measure of relief to
which their sorrows and sufferings
entitle them to.
The World says it is the old story
of recklessness on the part of private
capitalists, and incapacity or worse
on the part of the public authorities.
The reservoir seems to have been
hastily-aud cheaply constructed,and
to have been patched up when re
pairs were absolutely necessary as
economically as possible. The Tri
bune also condems the manage
ment of the reservoir; but says
whatever the explanation In regard
to the catastrophe maybe, the duty of
the hour is to shelter the homeless,
clothe the destitute, and feed the
starving, and appeals to New York
to send help to the suffering:
and afflicted people. The Tribune'a
Washington special says that
in conversation with a member of
the oabiuct recant'y on the suluect
of the Secretaryship of the Treas
ury ho said that It was ' the
most difficult matter possible to find
a suitable man for that important
place. Richardson would retire at
an early date, but not while the
newspapers were so bitterly tfe-nount-lng
him. Among" the names
mentioned" for the position were
Jackson S. Schultz, Gen. Sohenk,
William W. Phelps, and these, he
said, have beenr considered by the
MARKETS BT TEI.EQRAPH.
New York Money Market'.
JfEw York, -May 18.
Money3Money continues a "drug
Exchange Steady; 4 8S for 60
days, and 4 91 J for sight.
Gold Firm but dull; all sales
at 12J12i, but is now lower.
Governments-r-J!r higher; no
speolal feature except a good de
mand from bank currency; Gs 1 1GJ.
Stocks Weak and lower; under
the Influence the fall sales bj the
bears, the decline ranged from J- to
1 per cent, W U, Lfcf, N W fnd U
P,U0 lowest prees now being made
The "bears meet no" rcsjstanceaud
the market s hqw" heary: P M 41 J;
UP2l5;Ere3,qjj AY U qt)J, '
Naw York Produce Market.
New York, May 18,
Breadstuff Opened generally
hpavy aiu qujet.
Flour Heavy super State and
Western, 5 2o5,S5; estra. G 30
"Yheat Steady; No. 1 spring,
1 481 54; No. 2 Chicago 1 481 50;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 531 54.
Corn Firm, 8487.
Oats Firm, 62Ua,'
Whiskey Quiet at 98.
Provisions Opened quiet.
Pork Old mcos 10 2516 50:
new.17 85; beef: plain new meks
9 $ 5(!? titrlt iiSffiH 50;
ijacoiy, lQj; eqt meats, pickcled
UanmQlli; shoulders, 7; smok
ed hams 13A13c.
Lard Firm and quiet.
Leather, Iroij mid, Wool Un
changed. Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, May 18.
Flour Dull, nominal Qty lower
to sell ; good to choice spring ex
tras, q 00j6. 00 ; loy and medium
5 005 25 : superflnes, 3 754 75.
Ayheat Steady, Cash, 121;
June, 1 2.1 Jl 3 j .July, J 3lj
Corn Firm. Cash, 61 J ; June, 62;
Oats Firm. Cash, 47$; June,47';
Barley Dull; nothing doing.
Rye 98 spot.
Pork Firm. Cash, 17 051710;
July, 17 3017 35 June, 17 15.
Lard Strong. Cash and June,
10 Q7i; July, 10 75,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 18.
Hogs Receipts 13,900, Mqrk.pt
fairly aptlvo. and stpady at Satur
days prices, fedes at 4 506 00 for
inferior 'to 'extrat' chiefly at 5, 20
DR, WM. HALL'S .
'ME ORAT AMERICAN COXSUMP
TI YE REMEDY.
Consumption Is NOT an incurable disease,
Physicians assure ns rf this fact. It is only
necesmry to hare the right bemeot, and the
terrible malady can be conqured.
HALL'S B.ILSA3 IS THIS REMEDY
It brvtks up the night sweats, re eres the
oipresslve tighlpess arrow the Jungs, and
heals the lacerated and excoriattd surfae.s,
which the Tencm of the disease produces.
Wlillc Lire Last There Is Hope.
It may not be too late to effect a cure. eTen
after the doctors have sir n you up.
HALL'S BALSAM is sold every where, and
may be had at wholesale of the Propilators, J.
F. HESRY. CUP.UAN A CO., at their Great
Medicine Warehouse. 8 and 9 Collegu Place
New York. Pr'cefl per bottle.
HALLS BAL3a:.a ,ur'e remedy for
COUGHS, - 1-- t i
SPrrTTNO OF BLOOD,
and all othar diseases of the respiratory organs.
Also. P-rttprietors of ScotIU's Blood aqo Lire
Syrup, Carbo'ic Salve, t'dey'a Troche', Oxy
genated Ultteia. Moll's Liver Pills. Ac
JOHN F. HENRY, COBBAN, 4 CO ,
and St College Place, New York.
GrEO. W. ELKINS,
1916 & 1918 Ma'ket St,
Grain, Flour, Seeds.
SiwUltiM Buler, Malt Hops.
Bayonxe, May 17.
The Carlists are harrassing the
Republicans in their intrenchments
In the Department of Amazons
the Prefect and other authorities
there have been deposed by some
Madrid, May 17.
General Concha is approaching
the river Ebro. His headquarters
will be transferred to "Marinda,
whither stores are being forwarded.
Valparaiso, April 18.
Tho Chilian authorities still In
sisted that the steamer Toucona was
lost in Chilian, waters, and that the
captain was responsible to the Tri
bunal's decision." Captain Hyde
appealed to the Supreme Court at
Santiago. In reply to the protest of
the British Minister, tho Chilian
Minister of foreign affairs, stated
that he could not meddle with tho
judicial affairs of the country.
Kingston, Jamacia, May 17.
The election of Pres'j'eflt had not
Gen. Domlqueze was in the vi
cinity of Port au Prince with eight
hundred men, but only the general
'himself has entered the capital.
There was a majority in the
Chambers of Deputies in Port au
Prince opposed to Domlqueze's pros
idency, but the north and south
hold the troora atn( tha'haminor to
defeat theeleVtion. Domlquozo re
fuses to meet. Incendiaries ate at
work to create disturbances.
Paris, May 17.
The division between the moder
ate and extreme right rentiers, prob
ale.an allianco between the former
ic'fkVn and the conservative ving
of tho left centre. A new majority
may be constituted which will sup
port the common government, and
go on .with the execution of the
programme of Septennata, mid.
bring about tl? speedy adopt -on of
the Constitutional bill. It is not
thought that there is any immedi
ate prospect of dissolution of the as
sembly. Tranqullltyprevalls, how
ever, throughout France; President
McMahon's power U unquestioned.
London, May 19.
The Times and other "morning pa
pers say that theimpressiou than an
early dissolution of the French -W:
sembly, is liUqly. o oeeuflioiirly,
Tho Czar went to Winsor yester
day, and bid farewell to the Queen.
To-day he will visit Guildhall. All
tho flags of the city are flying;
The Czar's nejJ-.c.iv Jq' v4s ar
rested i St. P-etgrsburgfor tb."e thirt
of diamonds, Is a relation of the
Grand Duke ConstRtnP.
The steamer Faraday with the
new Atlantic telegraph cable has
sailed from Gravesend.
A collision is reported at Merthy
ten Tydoil Vils, between a coal and
a passenger train, Forty persons
were seriously injured.
Special d.ispatohps from Madrid
say that the new Government in
tends to revive the titles of nobility
anil subsidize loyalty.
Paris, May 17.
President MacMahon has act-opted
the resignation of Do Broglie,
and has Intrusted to Mr. Goulard
tho formation of the new ministry,
which is expected to be completed
to-moriow, as follows : Count Chnni-
bord, Minister qf Fo.r?"g'i Affairs;
Marae., Minister of Fiuuuee; Dis
erhgny, MinMerof Commerce; Gen.
Boykiid, Minister of War. The
Republican journals strongly ;nro
the immediate dissoh'Uim. nf the
Assembly, which tiny declare
powylhNi ' q "constitute anything.
There h a rumor that the extreme
Right interest to move restoration
of monarchy, and if the motion
fails will vote for dissolution. The
opinion is generally expressed that
tho legitimist party in the Assem
ble, by its vote of Friday, commit
ted a political suicido, It is avert
ed that their pojioy was Jusplred
JLoxdon, May 18.
His Majesty the Czar was tendered
a civie-reception at Guild Hall this
aft6raoon. He entered the building
at 1:25 p.m. accompanied by sev
eral of the nobility, and was formal
ly received by the Lord Mayor.
An immense crowd thronged tho
street in the neighborhood, and tho
enthusiasm was unbounded.
Paris, May 18.
M. Goulard who was appointed
by President McMahon with the
task of Minister has failed, and qn.
other appointment is to e nt,'
Dispense hla own medclnet, and bealdea
regular practice, make specialities of Derange
menta and Disease Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la. PUea and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Orncs: and Residence, Corner Farnham and
14th Street, first door to the right, up italra
Omaha, Neb. Addreaa Lock Box ,0slUwU
W. J. CONNEU,.
OoTxxsjoW:t;r t X-r
U"jtrlct Attorney for Secoad Jad-
OFUCS South tlda of Farnham, between
15th an teth sta., opposite Court House.
a i a- jl : dr, s,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers' Articles, 145 DOUG
LAS STToMAHAi eB QPPtsUo Metro
politan 'licjtel. Cousqmers and Dealers will
rind tto, their ad.ran.tage to examine iny stock
peiosa puruummii cirn"" "ji-j
STEAM ENGINE CO!
(Successors to Hall Eros.)
. O 3BC I N Z3 JR.
And all kinds of
Corner Xicholas t Wth Streets,
m. n.xiiLtm.n.N Be CO., ; J
o-eistts' Fuie,isriss:iisra- goods,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST
. OtTR STOCK FOR THE
SIFIRHsTGi- .A-ZLSTX) STJHNwdlCEK, SEASON"
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises tlie Ziatast ITovoltios.
We Hare also a Full Line in BOY'S ana YOUTH'S Clothing.
WE WILL SELL OURGOODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN fc CO.
FALL STOCK, 1873 I
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other houaa in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS.
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAYER CL0AKINGS
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLK LINNEN IX GREAT YARIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OH CLOTHS, HATTING RUGS, AND HATS
CHEAPER 1?KAT THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE Q-nr ttt
HOLSTEfRY &&e; has largely increased his Tstockndnw
has a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM n-rS it nw
PRICED goods, which he is offering at such RPTiTTnT
PRICES at to make it to the interest of eve onf delS
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchSs?
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER,
&c, &cM Ac.
Schneiaer & Burmester
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET 11103
WAKE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating StoTeu
Tin BooGnr, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and Ic (he best manner,
ilteen treet aept24 dj
MKB, J. K.VASppRCOOU
Residence and oGUo 350 Dolga st bet 11th and
Special atteutloa paid to obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. 1'JU.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGES!., betn I3lhj.ind Uth...
4Ali kinds of turning executed proma'lr and
at reasonable prices. mcblOmS
171 Pirnnaa , 8, B,Oir. 11th 8t.
OMAHA, .... NEB
GHAS. R. SUNDBLAD,
MlNUFaCTCIUn AXO UEALCB IX
434 13th St. let Farntua'and Haxtej.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CABRUGE TBIMMER,
Ho. 274 Farnham t.lcf.l5ifclSlli.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarranUed.
aXsTCash paid (or hides.
H. C WALKER,
-MANOFACIOKEKAND DEALER IK
BOOTS fc SffOES
5101JthSt. Betweea Faxfi)" M(1 DqujUi
BTXOX SEED. LXWXS t. BKKO
BTRON REED & GO.
Tba Oldeat Eittbllshed
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of Title to all. Real
FjUM la OiaUu and 9gsM count'.
-AND DEALERS IN-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRAPER & TAILOR
ANL DEALER IX
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
uU Assorlmentof Imported WooleHs. AH Work WaTraatetl
aggjjrMaMagts - - cto,iTK
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS .' SUITS '
Just BeceivedJJust Jleceived Y '
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHABGE ! !
. . wAmAWj 35S DoTagla.
HAWLEY & BURKS,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DELERS IN-
Farm Maohinery and Wagons
tnehll liXWOOiaO-, NSB:
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets
QlA-BIA., - - - USTEB
"W. B. HICHAUDSOIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
Aatl M.anhttjr.r r Dry ami Saturated Hooana; adkeatlilaarelt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing, Pitch, Coal, Tar, Xto., Xtc
EfhLn,Addr?0lB,nSSUlefc caoppo.,te:th80M worka.0.
Fort Calhoun Mills.
FXiOTJR, FEED & MEAL
XasarielBred irith Great Care from the Best Grals.
General Depot, Cor. 14th. A Dodge Sts,
may 9-1 f.
0"T 4 OOA PER DAT. Agents want
5)0 W Qi) ed- -ll elaases of work
ing people of either sex, young or old. make
more money at work for us in their spare mo
menta or all the time, than at anything else.
Addreaa STISSON A CO., Portland, Slainr
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
- .om ' VI', Block,
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