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THE OMAHA DAIfc
OMAHA. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 1874,
IHE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD KOSEWATEB, Editor and Prop'r
Ofict-So. 138 rsmafesuss irat. btw.
JElBtb and Tcath.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Oce ropy, one jeu;. U Jn-
"."c2.Vrn Anaee 4.00
" three menthi in sdranca 2.00
aril not paid in adTance, Pr un "
LEADING HATTER 2
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McOureA tmith. l$i lUrnejr street, bet.
11th aod 12th. declStl
glass ash pjormE fsaxes.
JEeinhart. IK lou Im street, dealer in
.window gliM and picture Iran)., t.lsxing
done to order. - ?
B00T3 AHD SHOES.
Philip tang, 153 Karnaam t. between 10th
aui 115b. fU9rl
HL. Latey, corner 12th and D -ugla streets,
m nufjcturer and wW-sale deler in
rand'nandcon'e tionerjr. Country trade so
Piland A nilut. coal, lime, cement hair, etc.,
, M Farnham st, JeblSmS
T A RocJer.ciusipst, corner 12th and Uar-
Tl r Elguttcr, " 2W Farnham st. lelTU
A n-w laundry opened st 511 Hih it, bet.
rarnham and baa"- V Mu& "",?
ironing will bo done to rd'J, "'- " rk
Lehman A Ifcard. hou-e and sign P,n,r"
10th st bet. Flrnhara and lTarney. a28ti
Premium fcoap Works. Powell A Co, aim
,na "u'aeture their Premium Soap. Fixe
first premiums awarded by the Dougla- county
and St.te fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders solicited from the trade.
. ESTABBOOK. ' W. M. FBAKCI3
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE S. W. Car. lllli-1 d Dougjas, Oma
j g sraujr, k . raUTCHaxr
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys aa4 Ctwunelori at Law.
Ofine, 506 Twelfth Street.
m iwv Anxi Omaha. Nh.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Attoraiov " X fr
KEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Altoraejr aud" Counselor at Lair.
tOFFICE Boom Ko' Tincner'i Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Attoraej-at-Law and SolIdUr la
aOTFIOL-Orar First latioul Bail,
Attorney at Lw-
5091-2 THDirEEKTH 8TBEET, OMAHA
C A. B1XDWIX.
pro. X. OKIES.
Office-CxllweU Block, Doaclaa Street,
OSTAHA, - - - - 2JEBBASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICE CBEIGHTOX'S BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
Office 510 13th St., bet. Farahaai
aad Douglas, Oataka, Htb.
f 0. Bex 80 "
183 Fatmbltai street-
HAS on hand a full line of Ladies' Goods
which he is doling out at cost. GiTe him
a call and get good bargains.
SEW GOODS ARMYISe DAILY
-Ile has on liand an excellen stock of
Kenls wear, best in the city, ol Eastern mann
I are or home made. a29tml
Jetween lh and 10th.
cn akl.es vjeldkrmah, pri.
XTew 2Cat lCarkt
141k St. Bet. Fankaat aai Saner.
meblSia Opso iU the Grand OsBtial'
O. H. BALLOU.
OtSoa n Crclghtoa's new Mock, aoathext car
OMAHA. - KEB.
Wood! Woohl Wood!
Immense Reduction! '
. T g P. BRIGG? YARD, COBSER OF
A lih and Chicaeo Streets. 'Good Hard
ay aubor o! f?Te TT chnP'
Now that the Swing trial is over,
Chicago will naturally relapse into
What is to become of our or
pressed industrial classes, with Ex
Police Jiidee Dudley, and Mr.
Ijams, tied up in the grand jury?
After reading the wicked com
ments of the Herald, on the im
pending Van Cott revival, no body
will blame Saint Peter for refusing
to admit the ITerald's city editor
into the region of perpetual bliss.
If it is true that the Russian Em
peror has decided to issue an am
nesty proclamation, we may antici
pate a lively movement in tele
graph stocks. The "Poles" are all
going back to their native soil.
A mortal and fatal blow has
been struck at "Mrs. "Winslow's
soothing syrup," by the Nebraska
little-sugar-pill State, association.
And npw it only remains for these
nostrum anuihilators to devise or
invent' some more efficacious com
pound for soothing disorderly in
fants into a balmy snooze. The Bee
would recommend the distilled es
sence from one grain of poppy seed
carefully mixed with ten tubs of
pure water, each tub to contain one
thousand gallons. A tea spoon full
of this delicious medicated com
pound, taken internally three times
a day, ought to produce the desired
effect on any healthy and robust in
fant. Knocked Down!
A remarkable fact can be ascertain
ed by investigating our stock and
prices that we have rednced to a very
low fieure all of our clothing and
Gents', furnishing goods far below
the price of any other house. Over
coats in particular can be bought of
us now at least 25 per cent lcs than
our former prices. Quick sales and
mall profits is our motto.
feb.3-ly 206 Faruham street.
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
hetmer's, 20G Farnham st.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Bailroad tickets bought asd sold.
garni et Oram,
9th strMt bets' een Jones and Leavenworth sts.,
OMAHA, . NEBRASKA.
KEET3THE MOST COJfP(,CTE bsORT
met of Ladies' and Genu' straw 1,5, Irim
med and untrimmfd, I'arasob. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks and ail kinds of l'ry Goud,
i . jti , unf.1 ltaf.tc fir Mv Hi. nf Urv
Goods is Uoiopleie. veiling oiuy lor iin.
aw able to UNDERSELL any other Uealeri
rSsCifr Our FKICESareLOWEU than ev.
Uoods is Linpieie. veiling wij im v-ji.
rr . . . . f-i,. i - etctr i
heard ot btof e.
Sot. lOth and XXtla.
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
riTABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERY.
X thing in the market.
Open front T. m. toll p. tu.
J&-A11 Meals Served to Order.-
0T8TEA3 BEBVED IN EVEST 8TTLE.
C. 7. SAMAXTIT,
(Tl Cor. farnham and Klewcatla SU.
All klnda of TAILORING, Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING COODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap. -lecSbtf
The foundry la connection with the Van
Dorn machine shops,
SO. S30 JIARKEY stukkt.
Is now in operation. I am prepared to mike
all kinds of castings.
mah37m WM. FENWICK
City Meat Market.
A I. AIlO E SUFPY OF
V 3D OUT.
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
WHOLESALE IEiLER IN
35 ad lbO FarsskaBi Street.
Specially Eaported tat tka Omtkt Dally Bea,
br tht Atlantic aad Pacific Talertapa Oo.
"Washtngtok, May 21.
At one o'clock, after the reading
of the journal, Mr. Tipton moved
that the part relating to adjourn
ment yesterday, be struck out, as it
disagreed with the record.
Mr. Carpenter said the journal
Mr. Tipton moved that the read
ing be "adjourned till one o'clock
to-day, on account of the marriage
in the President's family.
Mr. Hamlin and others, said no
such reason was given yesterday.
Mr. Tipton thought the reason
should be given for adjournment,
when the Senate had business so
On motion of Mr. Hamlin, Mr.
Tipton's motion was tabled.
Mr. "West, from the committee on
transportation, reported two Senate
bills for the improvement of the
mouth of the Mississippi. Placed
in the calendar.
Mr. Fenton introduced a bill to
establish the compensation of cer
tain custom officers, to regulate the
customs service, etc. Referred to
the committee on finance.
The Senate 'then resumed the
consideration of the civil rights'
bill, and Mr. Johnson spoke in op
position, and Mr. Morton in favor.
Mr. Frelinghuysen gave notice
that he would to-morrow ask the
Senate to remain in session and
finish the bill.
The postoffice and pension appro
priation bUIs were received from the
House and referred to. the commit-
tee on appropriations.
Tho following western members
voted in the negative on the amend
ment to the postoffice bill providing
for the free carriage of the mails of
of agents reports, Crounse, of Ne
braska; Hawley, Morrison, Robin
son and Ward, Illinois; Robinson
and McCrary, Iowa; Stodard, Wells
and Stone, Missouri.
The pension appropriation bill
then passed, and Mr. Foster, of
Ohio, called up the bill to repeal the
law under which the Sanborn con
tracts were made, and in reply to a
suggestion of Mr. Polind that the
biJJ be postponed until Mr. Butler,
of Mass., is able to appear, Mr. Fos
ter taid he had been Informed by
some of Mr. Butler's friends that ft
would be several days before he
would be able to attend and that he
was willing for the subject to be pro
Mr. Foster then dtjres&ed the
House In review of tho questions
connected with the Sanborn con
tracts. He denounced tho system
under which they were made and
severely criticised the carelessness
and enend loose management of
the" trDa-suty officials in the matter,
and said thejf attempts tq shift tjie
responsibility from one to the other
was discreditable to all of tbf in. It
was impossible to determine exactly
where the responsibility for mal
administration of the law rested, but
it was somewhere in the Treasury
Department, but at thp same time
there was nothing to 'show that any
Treasury official had any corrupt c'on
ne tion with Sanbo:n, Jn conclu
sion, he complimented the Repub
lican party for its courage Jn purl,
fying itself, and said tho Republi
cans were determined to have it un
derstood that whenever and where
ever a corrupt official had presented
itself, there shoujd br ft republican
club raised to hit it,
The matter went over without no
tion. The bill for the admission of New-,
Mexico as a State came up as a spe
cial order, and after discussion byk
Mr. McKee, Haskins, ana ivasson,
in favor, and Potter, Hoar, and Cox
in opposition, passed, 160 to 140. f
Mr. Maynardof the committee on
banking and currency, presented a
report on the senate, a substitute for
the currently hill, aid. SYS- notice
that ho would asu uotioii omc next
New York, May 21.
Tho bridal pair, from the White
Hotise Miss Nellio QhQt and Mr.
Sartoris, whose marriage, occurs to
day will sail for England, in
the steamship Baltic, of bo White
Star line, Saturday, at 3 p. m. The
officers of the steamship company
have fitted up the Captain's cabin
In oxquslte style fqr,tbejr use, to
gether with a stato room and recep
tion room; the latter belngfurnished
very tastefully, withf Brussels car
pet, and a handsome suite of fund
ture. The other appointments are
also very elegant. The reception
room is so contrived that It can be
changed into a sleeping apartment,
in a few minutes. The bride's
boudoir and dining saloon, to be
used by the party; has been fitted
up as nearly approaching the apart
ments on lanqras'can be done on
any vessel, If Jg paid that the pro
gramme of tbfi.jestivitjes for each
day of the voyage, is 'in course "of
preparation. It Hl Include drama
tic and muelcarf entertainments,
reading, dancing,' and everything
that can be devjeed to relieve the
monotony of the Bea voyage.
" NewVYobk, May 21.
Another party of Mennonites ar-
.rived here 'esterday "from Odessa,
by steamer city or Utenmonq. Tney
will settle in Yunktoa, Dakotab,
Litigation betweaa Pauline Lucca
and her first husbaad, Baron Von
Roden, of Berlin, Erom whom she
was divorced in 1878, promises to
occupy the Court here for some
time to pome. Tk questions now
to come up are tbgjfcttdren's right
WASHiWrpN, May 21,
After some unimportant business
the House went Into committee of
the whole on the postoffice appro
priation bill The conjlderatlon of
which was concludedand the bill
lih aside" tcTbe 'reported to the
The pension appropriation bill
was then taken up. flfveral amend
ments wprp aqoptes after which the
oommitte roas gndlaaerted the two
bills to thefgouae; afcraa&endment
both bHBj read OgNUtlme and
which the WBhoni contra
Mrdf )a tfec uwrt up.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Washington, May 21.
General Dyer, Chief of Ordnance,
United States army.died at his resi
dence, in this city, yesterday.
Sykaccse, N. Y., May 21.
Yesterday a passenger train on
the Syracuse and Northern R. R.
ran into an open drawbridge at
Brewerton, killing engineer Hig
gins and conductor Church, and se
riously injuring the fireman and
baggage master. No passengers
were injured. The accident was"
caused by the carelessness of the en
gineer. Chicago, May 21.
The trial of Pror. David Diving
on charges of heresy, which has
been in progress lefore the Chicago
Presbytery duringthe last fortnight,
was concluded yesterday by a ver
dict of acquittal, the vote standing
15 to 17.
The Chicago Board of Trade has
adopted a resolution endorsing the
proposed treaty between the govs
ernments of the United States and
Great Britain and the Dominion of
Canada, looking to the extension of
our commercial interests by the en
largementof Welland Canal and the
New York, May 21.
A Times-special from Northamp
ton says that the fourth night since
the Mill river calamity was spent
by the survivors in safety and com
parative comfort, the majority be
ing housed by hospitable neighbors.
The relief committee thus far have
received altogether from various
sources six thousand eight hundred
and ninety-one dollars This falls
far short of hat is needed as there
are twelve hundred destitute, home
less people to feed and clothe.
The Committee say that one hun
dred thousand dollars is needed for
immediate use. Yesterday fifteen
hundred men came to work in the
Valley, and during the day nine
more bodied were found. At Leeds
and in the meadows men are clear
ing away the debris. At Hayden
ville preparations have commenced
to build up the town.
Joel Hayden had an engineer on
the ground actively mapping out
the new foundry and shops at Wil
liamsburg. The roads being ren
dered passable for vehicles, and a
corduroy bridge has already been
laid across the creek above the ford,
and laborers arp digging out the run
at Williamsburg. (
Skinner does not think he can
ever have another factory at Skln
nerville, although his friends offer
to start him.
A new inquest into the cause of
the disastpr will be held Monday.
Charleston, S. C, May 21.
The statement that'Gov. Mces
yesterday submitted 'to arrest turns
out to be incorrect. He had con
Qlude.il to yield, and had sent his
oari'lage for" thg officer empowered
to make such arrest, but at the Inst
moment he changed his mind and
again refused to bo arrested. This
morning he obtained a warrant for
the Orangeburg sheriff on a charge
of attempting illegally to arrest the
Gjovenjor, bu the sheriff had left
for Coluinbj'a. '"''
In Orangeburg this morning the
Stato solicitor reported tho Gov
ernor's resistance to arrest, and
showing what steps the court would
take to force its authority. The
pourt replied that for the present it
did'notsce ila ttsv clear to a suc
cessful flgbtwith'ihe'-Stntp militia,
0 U lUfflO ;USC3 ttUUI UC JpiU IJUfJU
Jn Columbia to-day the troops
'fc.Thls morning Governor Moses
waq Tint nrroctnri hut It tc mwlr.1.
c .r." ; r, , v
tstouu ue win stunu inai.
Philadelphia, May 2),
The second annual meeting of the
United States Centennial Comm.'s-
flion was held yesterday nt the Con
tlnental Hotel. The commissioners
and alternates were present froni
most all of tho States and Terri.
torles. The report of the executive
committee was read. It concludes
as follows: "Your committee In all
its proceedings has acted upon the
assumption which they feel assured
is fujjy warranted by the provisions
of th'o aoti of Congress, undir the
authority of which the commission
was organized. Thut.commlsaion is
a national governmental body, rep
resenting both tho people and the
Government of the United States,
and' acting faF ?tfl on be.
half of tjie natjon jn the
organization of the international ex
hibition. This view of its functions
is derived from" words of Congress
which created the commission, and
wljich imposed on it the express
duty of pondupUng mi exhibition
international in its character, and
to be held under tho auspices of the
Government of the United States;
profoundly impressed with tha re
sponsibility resting on the commis
sion, and being consolous of having
performed tho labor imposed upon us
to the bet of our ability the duty
imposed on us by acts of Congress,
we respectfully submit that without
the governmental aid which has
been requested, it will be Impossl
Ijln to render the exhibition credit
able to, the natjon and worthy of the
occasion "it 'is Intended '"to com
memorate. The responsibility
therefore, for "tlie success of the
centennial international exhibition
now clearly rests with Congress.
The Director General reports the
number of shares of centennial
stock subscribed for to May lst,1874,
as follows: Pennsylvania, 171,172;
Missouri, 16; Indiana, SI; Illinois,
4; Montana, 2; Nevada, 84; Oregon,
540 "Californiai 2-J9; Louisiana,
129: Florida, 23; "Maryland, '47;
Ohio 33, Wisconsin G2,Mleblgan 16,
Arizona 102, New Jersey 174," Del
aware 64. Rhode Island 11, Arkan
sas 2, Alabama S3, New York 1,164,
Massachusetts 272, Virginia 12, W.
Virginia 3, Georgia 100, Connecti
cut 6, District of Columbia 111, Ida
ho 1, Iowa 1, Kansas 1, Nebraska 5,
"Tennessee 1, Texas 5, Prussia 1,
Switzerland 20, England 50. Total,
The estimated total receipts of the
Centennial celebration are Si 0,374,
441, and the estimated total ex
penses are 8,750,000, but this In
cludes the $3,000,000 asked for from
Congress. After the reception of
reports the commission Ment into
Sajt Fbascisco, May 21,
The steamer Mikado, from Aus
trails, with a large freight and pas
senger list, among whom is Henri
Bochefort, has arrived. Rochefort is
boun.4 for Nw York.
Washington, May 21.
The wedding of Miss Nellie
Grant and Mr. Sartori, took place
at the White Houe, at 11. o'clock
to-day. Long before the hour
named, groups of curious people
gathered in the vicinity, but every
entrance to the White House was
guarded by police, and no one ad
mitted except those who had tickets
of invitations. This was a necessary,
precaution, or the executive man
sion would have been literally be
sieged. It has been the obiect of the
President's family to render the
wedding as private as possible, care
fully avoiding everything that
would give It .official character.
The only army officers invited were
the President's class-mates and old
staff officers, and the only foreign
representatives was Sir Edward
Thornton accompanied by Lady
. The guests generally included the
most intimate frfehcU of the Presi
dent and family, via: Justices of
Supreme Court, members of Cabi
net" General Sherman, Commodore
Ammon, Speaker Blaine, Senators
Thurman, Conkllngy and Freling
huysen, Ex-Secretary Borie and
wife, A J Drexel, W Childs, Mrs.
Childs, Mr. and Mrs. Hon. W E
Dodge, A T Stewart, Judge Pierre
pont, and Thomas Murphy and
The marine band were stationed
in the vestibule and furnished ap
propriate music, including the wed
ding march. The White House's.
beautifully decorated and in the
east room, where the ceremony was
a profusion of flowers and rich de
vices. About 11 o'clock the bridal
party entered the main entrance,'
and took stations on the platform.
The bridesmaids, numbering eight,
were dressed in white silk and tulle:
the bride wore white satin and
point lace; no groomsmen, as the
wedding was conducted on the Eng
Lieutenant Dent officiated as best
man, and the ceremony was per
formed by Dr. Tiffany, of the Metro
politan Methodist Church. The
bridal trousseau was expensive, and
the presents very numerous and
costly; which were displayed at the
library and private apartments.
Immediately after the ceremony
the party partook of the wedding
breakfast,and then the bridal couple,
accompanied by a few friend, pro
ceededjto tho Baltimore and Poto
mac depot, and at 1:40 o'clock left
for New York on a special Pullman
It Is understood that the Presi
dent and family go to New York to
morrow, to take leave of .Mr. and
Mrs. Sartoris, who accompanied by
'Secretary Richardson, wife and
daughter, sail for Europe on Satur
day, on the steamer Baltic.
Washington, May 21.
The deficiency bill will probably
pass the Senate early next week, af
ter which it will go back to the
House for concurrence in amend
ments made by the House.
Had Mr. Butler been in the House
yesterday the resolution adopted by
the committee on ways and means
to censure secretary Richardson, as
sistant secretary Sawyer, and solici
tor Canfield, for thojr aotjon in the
Sauborn Oojjt'radts,' "Wduld have
passed. The resolution was agreed
in committee by a two-thirds vote.
The commute on ways and means
have decided that they would re
port no bill increasing taxation.
A most" exciting and brutal prizo
fight tookjplace yesterday, a few
miles below here, on Fighting Is
land, between n Detroit bruiser
named Charles McDonald and an
other pugilist from St. Louis,namcd
Jamp Creory. Twenty,Boven rounds
Were' fought, 'and McDonald came
out viptor, but thp figbt was given
against him oq Recount of some
foul play, Bqth iqen bave been in
training for some time.MoDonald in
Detroit, by Mike Kohoe and Croery
on this side tho river, by his second
and Charles Smith. It is said the
stake was $1,000. The fight is said
to have originated, about a woman.
Quite a number or suspicious char
acters were on hand to seo the fight.
Aruniorwas gojng round town
that tbe gunboats Trippe Alfred
and the United States" gunboat
Michigan had gone down the river,
one on each side, for tho purpose of
capturing tho party when they at
tempted to leavo tho Island on the
steamer which they had for the
purpose, but as yet no certalnlty can
be placed on the rumor. It is now
reported, that tbe principals got
back sate t6 TMrojt -anji that Mc
Donald bad not been satisfied with
the decision. He shot his opponent,
Creary, which did not prove fotal.
It is impossible to get the cor
rect particulars yet, as so many
rumors are current. Thp Jast ac
count says that the t)?trojt autborir
ties havp safely seoured tlie prin
cipals in tho fight.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, May 21.
Money Easy at 24 per cent.
Foreign Exchange 18Si for sixty
days, and 491 for sight.
Gold Closed at 1 12,
Governments Strong, with a
good business ; currency sixes, 11GJ
Stocks Dull and wflr; prlpes
noted, and sales sm'tul; no inlportant
features were presented ; Pacific
Mail, 41 j; Union Pacific, 261; W.
U., 71 J.
New York Produce Market.
New York, May 21.
Breadstuff's Opened quiet.
Flour Heavy super State and
Western, 5 355 85; extra, 015
Wheat better; Jfo. 1 spring
1 561 59; No 2 Chicago 1 4G1 50;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 54,
Corn Quiet 87.
Oats Firm, 6465.
Rye Nominal, 1 08.
Whiskey Quiet at 98.
Provisions Quiet; firm.
Pork Shade higher. Old mess
16 50bfd; new 18 00; Jnly 1825.
Leather Best grades active at
full prices: other grades quiet.
Wool Supply light; new spring
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, May 21.
Hogs Receipts 3300; active.
Bacon 5 155 65.
Cattle Receipts 400; qujet, un
changed, good to primp steers 42q
4 75; choice to extra 5 256 50,
Sheep Receipts 300; shade easier;
good clipped 88; unshorn, S9;
ordinary to choice, 1015,
Geneva, Mav 20.
Three American students at
Lousanne, were drowned vesterday
in lake Geneva.
London, May 21.
A special dispatch from Paris to
day to the Daily Telegraph says
there is no truth in the report that
Duke DeChartres has sent a chal
lenge to M. Paul De Cassagnac.
Madrid, May 21.
The Carlists report that the Re
publican loss was five hundred,
killed and wounded, in the engage
ment which took place at Canabi
eja. London, May 21.
The protracted lock-out of farm
laborers in Lincolnshire has ended
by a settlement which will probably
be adopted in other agricultural dis
tricts of England.
Madrid, May 21.
There was severe skirmish be
tween the Republicans and the Car
lists yesterday in the neighborhood
of Bilboa. The insurgents were re
pulsed with heavy loss. One hun
dred Republicans were killed and
wounded, and thirty Carlists were
T,nnnv Afoi. oi
Advices from Madeira, state'tliat
the vines are in a satisfactory con
dition. The newspapers of Azores deny
the existence in the English colo
nies of a movement in favor of an
nexation to the United States.
A special from Paris says the cab
inet has been formed. The princi
ple members are Goulard, minister
of the interior; Decose, minister of
foreign affairs; Lavaegne, minister
of commerce; Gravert, minister of
instruction; Cezanne, minister of
public works, all of whom belong
to moderate sections or the right
and right centres.
The object of the new government
is to conciliate both parties in order
to carry the Septenuate Constitu
tion throughout the Assembly.
Chicago Produce Market.
CmcAGO, May 21.
Flour Dull and unchanged; good
to choice spring extras, 5376 00 ;
low to mpdiiim. S nnS oc. Cu-
low io medium, o
perfincs, 3 755 00,
Wheat More active, closed
strong nd higher; No. 2, 1 23
1 23J; regular, 1 5J3J1 24, closed
1 23 J; spot or May or June sold at
1 231 24, closed at 1 23 J; July, at
1 18; No 3, 1 18; rejected, 1 071 12;
Cern Active, firm and a shade
higher; high mixed sold at 64; No
2, 62J623; fresh spot June, 62j
62, closed 62; July, 635; rejected;
0001; No 2 ear corn, 70.
Oats Active and firmer; No. 2
regtdar at 47; and strictly fresh 48;
rejected was sold at 46.
Rye Firm; Ne. regulas 93; fresh
Barloy QuM, unchanged; No. 2
1 21r-28; rejeoted 1 151 18; No.
o, 1 do.
Pork Weak; June, 17 70; July,
Lard Firm. June, 110011S0;
Julv, 12 20.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, May 21.
Flour Quiet and unchanged; su
perfine winter at 4 504 75
Wheat Hull; No. 2 'Chicago at
1 251 251; No. 2 Red at 1 50.
Corn Dull, lower; No, 2 mixed
08 on track; 09 June.
Oats Dull; No 2 55 oast track
Barley Qulot, No. 3 spring, 1 25
Bye Firm ; 9S1 00.
Pork Qulet17 10.
Bulk Meats Firmer and more
active ; shoulders GV ; clear rihs jtt
Bacon Dull; 4 73.
Lard Nominal at 10J.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 21 :
Cattle Owing to unfavorable
eastern advices market ruled weak
and easy, closed dull; fair to choice
steers sold at 5 505 85.; extra
steers, 66 25; stockers, 3 504 50;
butchers, 3 754 50.
Hogs-4-Repeipts 15,000. Market
fairly active and steady; common,
4 9052o; medium, 5 205 40;
good to choice, 5 355 60.
Sheep Receipt?, 1,000. Market
quiet and easy, closed dull; com
mon to choice, 48 50; fine to
choice, 5 707 00,
4IX AOOSTTIIE WATER WORKS
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late haa grown,
And feels it can no longer wait
A goo t aized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cnt a swell,
At once erect a reserriir
UiK)ii their hljnest hill,
Vc reaj la fii days ot Kcah
''Tha wafer wo.ks were tried;
The trouble waa ttey hadnostwrtl.
And so the people died.
Irt us then remember
If water Torts w.e try,
To put in sewen good and. strong,
Ajid n;ata pur streets quite dry
And when the thing li done
We'll oalabraU at once,
Toen ererybody In the town
W1U bey their hats of Bunco.
Far all ne stylos that row urejout,
Some HI ty kinds or more.
You'll find them cheap at fiance''
Famous New York: store.
Th Chtmpba'Hatter ofth4West,V Dong.
II. WILLHaXIf. 3. TATLOB.
1YILM1ELX Jt TAYLOR,
17th and Chicago streets.
A BE now prepared to delirer in large or
A. small quantities, their mild sagar-enred
-jfoNE SUCH" brand of hams and breakfast
bacon, pat up esprely for family um. On
bacd pare keUle-rendsred leaf lard, by tbe
barrel or in cans of 10, 15, 23 or lbs.
spOrders prompUy nl!ed.-a
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Bulla, ETenlnz Dresses, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der in the latest Parisian styles. Baring car
ried on fashionable cutting and fitting lor las.
dies In all Its branches in Che yarlous capita!
?nd centres of fashion In Europe and America,
taka pleasure la Introducing myself to tbe
ladies at Onus i. Satfsfactlon guaranteed in'
Ttry department of my pro Jeaeion. ,
Ha. wMlfUs Street.
odyl S, WJ.LF.
New Spring Goods,
FRXCXS LOWIR THAIT EVUR.
20,000 Yards cf Hamburg Edgines and Insertings of the Newest and Choicest Patterns
of this Season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOODS, fcC.
New Victoria Lawn, New Nainsooks in Plaids and Stripes
New Jaconets, in Plaids and Stripes, New Swiss and Midi
Muslins, New Piqnes and Marseilles,
Black Alpacca and Mohairs Another Case of these Popular
G-oods Just Opened.
Aswemakea&)waoftheiUvegods,ladieswilinndU our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
New Spring Milliner? to be Opened Saturday, March 7.
"" r- Oor. lth, and Tarn ham, Sts.
PAT.Ii STOCK!, 1873 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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 VELTET& BE AYEtt CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF S&AWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TA1L1 LINNO IS GREAT TARIErT. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MATMS RUGS, MV MATS,
OHEAPBB THAN THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and ttp
HOLSTKRY trade; has largely increased his stock and now
has a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
??SiS g0?ds' hi0 heJ? 9erinK at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everv one desiring
anything in this line, to examine his stock before uurchaS'
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &o., UPHOLSTERED AND
e., en ftc.
S. K. ( OR.rf UI T.' avFARXl
Schneider & Burmester
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WARE, DEALES3 IS
Cooking and Heatiaf Staei
Tin Roofing, Spouting andOuttarlngdoa
short cotlce anil lc in bsat mannar.
lit eta troet MPt24 d)
CLARK ft FRENCII.
DRIED f HU1TS, CTC.
Green Fruits in their Season
enDEBs OLiciTtD axD roatrn.r rrLL
Spring and Summer Styles.
COVERED TO ORDER.
Q gx-nlioTsa. Srroot.ori,
FRANK J. K A, Mffg
DRAPER & TAILOR
AHL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
tfillAaserlaaeatof Irapaited WooTeas. All Wert Warranted.
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Receiyed Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
HLO'WJiJST PRICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
C. T. SXC35MAXT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and
Tarnliam St XTear
and Furnishing Goods.
THAIT THE CHEAPEST.
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