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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
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OMAHA. FRIDAY MORNING-. MAY 29, 1874.
EDWAHD BOSEWATEB, Editor and Prop'r
OSrt-Xo. 138 Fnafcs reet, w.
KJ BtU,f Tenth.
TEUJI3 OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Ote copj, one jear. in adtanee JJ.00
Ute copj, (U onthllt ,a jnce 4.00
. three romths in adrance . 2.00
BTU not paid In advance, $8 per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
Grind ntrJ ifotel. f O Jjl A-tlA.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McCtjireA Smith. 1J3 Ilarner street, let.
11th and l-'th. decl8tf
GLAB3 AND PICTURE FfiHE8.
JBeinkart. 18C Dou.Us street, dealer In
.window eli andplctun train i, "lazing
done to order. a-2U
B00T3 AUD 8H0ES.
Plillip Lang, 153 Farnhain at, between 10th
i.d 115b. XebUrl
HL Later, corner 12th and D.mgU streets,
m.uufacturer and wholesale deUer In
ou.d'es and confectionery. Country trade ao
Fland A EUUt.coal, lime, cement hair, etc.,
131 Farnhaui U Iebl3ui3
J A. Itoder, druggist, corner 12 Ji and Har
Elgutter, No. 200 Farnhain it.
Anew laundry opened at 511 "h t-r bet
Farnbara and Dau;las. Che w.isblng and
Ironing will be dona to . rder, first c ass work
Lehman A Beard. oue aii4 sign P''
10th at. bet, Frnbam ud Uaef. 2a"
Premium Soap Works. Powell A Co, still
mauuiacture their P.emlum boap. Hre
first premiums awarded by the Dougla county
nod State fairs, and Toltawattamle county, la.
Oru solicited from the trade.
W. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crelgbton Rloek, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attornoj auJ' .Cpuusrlor at Law.
rOFFICB Eocm So YJsmW Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Mtoraer.ftt-Law aud Solicitor la
CFFIOL-Orer First Kitics! Bank,
Attorney at Law
BOO 1-2 THIBTEBHTS 8TKEET. OMAHA
C A. BaXDWKr.
BALDW1K . O'BKIUT,
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. COWIN.
OFFICE CREIOHTOITS BLOCK,
. T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
OHce 510 13th St., bet. Fanaan
aad Douglas, Omaha, Xeb.
P 0. Pox 80 ugUU
O. II. BALLOU.
Halloa & Glasgow,
Office n Creighton's new block, southeast cor
SAVAGE & MANDERS0N,
Attorneys at. Law,
M2 FABNHAM STBEAT.
cauu.es r yxDU"x,
ATTOltXET AXD COUNSELLOR AT
No. SCO rarnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Boom 9, VUocber's Block,
OMAHA, - . EBr!
j. a. srau.
). s. rsrroinT
SPAUN & PR1TCHEH.
Attaraejs lad Couiuelors at Law.
Office, 50C TrcUth Btreet.
a jj. LoeV R no. Omaha, Neb.
g. w. ambroseT"
A.ttornor sit - Xs ov
KEUICK'S OPERA HOUSE
misax -. Feb.
JOIIX C KKLLKY,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
Ocr.l5taMi.UoBgU BuTf 9MAMA
COLLECTIONS SOLICTTED AND PBOJiTT
ly attended to. No charge nasW eoUee
tiona an made lloutes to t and Mats toi
leted. Heal etute bought and aoU. fl7tt
U, P. R.R, MEAT MARKET;
ICtb street bet Cxllfonte aat "Wrttu.
WE KEEP ON UAJfD-THI BEST
r PPly ol VXEm -XSB 8ALMD
MEATS. Als a km stock o( Use Smst
Cared Hams aad SreaStot Bmm, M the Sw.
tea. WX. XVSl XXUTH,
The tariff on wine has been raised
ten cents a gallon, and still the
crusaders are not happy.
The text for the next sermon of
Sister Van Cott will be, "Oh, where
do wicked Omahogs go on Sundays
to swill their lager?"
The. Chicago Tribune declares
that railroad bonds were the cause
of the late Arkansas Rebellion.
The Bee would have ascribed it lo
women for have not women been
the prime cause of all the rebellions
that mankind have been guilty of?
We had almost forgotten to men
tion .that Captain Lee, the presi
dent of the "Protectors of Industry,"
has made some discoveries about
the "foul nest of this insect," which
he proposes to expose. The col
umns of the Bee are alwaj-s open
to the sons of industry, and particu
larly to those who keep a saloon.
The new bankrupt law which was
almost the very first bill under con
sideration of the present Congress,
has, until yesterday, been quietly
slumbering within the musty pre
cincts of the committee room. Its
revival at this juncture seems, how
ever, simply to enable the Senate to
agree to a disagreement upon the
amendments of the House. A con
ference committee is to be called
for, but the probabilities arc, that
the bill will be smothered.
A somnambulistic Council BlutI
reporter, rushed forth to interview
Rochefort, at Spoon Lake station,
during one of his enterprising fits,
and he announces with becoming
gravitj- that the famous French
man intends sailing from New York
for Sweden and Norway. That is
the most reliable news we have seen
in a Council Bluffs paper in three
years. After seeing Spoon Lake,
we arc not surprised to learn that
Rochpfort wanted to visdt the north
pole, or any QtJ.,er God for-aken
The Herald credits Ttochefort
with publishing a newspaper called
Le iTort tV Ordre, (The Death of
prdpr.) Jf our slightly be-muddled
FrancorGermau .contemporary had
taken the pains to enquire ajout
that paper he might have discovered
that its name was Lc Mot d' Ordre,
(The Word of Order, or, Mhat is
still better) Tue Qrdcr Advocate.)
If Rochefort ever catches up with
the man that tried to make his
popf r out an order killer he will be
slightly inclined to Invite him to
pistols and coffee for two.
An indiscriminate blaugi'tlcr in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our -own make at
52.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Qottlielmer,
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed fledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and Learenworth sts.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
X7-EETS THE 5IOST COMPLETE ASSOP.T
XV met ot Ladies' and Gents' straw hats, trim
rui and qntriuitnnl, Parasols. Piques, SJar
seUIos, Nainsook and all kinds of Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Genu' Boots, etc My lne of Dry
Goods is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UNDERSELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our PRICES are LOWER than ever
heard ci before. tnylim-pl
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
13.? and 164 Farnkam Street.
City Meat Market.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
iSS Parstkam street
ASonhanl a full line of Lad' Goods
wtlcn lie ts claaing out at cost, lilve turn
and get good bargains.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
WII" has on hand an excelien stock of
ru' wear, best n the city, of Eastern manu
ure or borne made. a2atml
CABKIA6K, BUGGY and WAGON
N. E. CORNER ot 14th and HARNEY STS,
WOULD respectially announce to the .pub
lic that be is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the abore lines with neatness and
aVMLxpres wagons constantly on hand and
ItiO FARNHAM STREET,
-Ett. 1Q(1 A3Q.C3. XXtlx.
VICTOR PUCROSS, Prop.
'fHJpS SUPPLIED WITH EVEKY
X thin; la the market.
epeu rrom Tsuin. to 14 p. m.
J-AU Meals Served to Ord.er.-(
OrgTEH 1EI.TBD IB EVEST 8TTLE.
Specially Beported for the Omaha Dally Bee,
br tht) Atlutio Pacilo TeleEraph Co.
"Washington, May 28.
A bill was passed to set apart in
the Straits of Mackinaw, a certain
portion of the island of Mackinaw,
as a national park.
At the expiration of the morning
hour the Senate resumed the con
sideration of the contested election
case, and Mr. Hamilton's resolution
declaring Mr. Sykes as entitled to a
seal ; rejected, yeas 11, nays 33; and
the committee of elections was dis
charged from further consideration
of the case.
Mr. Boreman called up the Sen
ate bill to establish the territory of
Pembina, and to provide a tempo
rary government therefor.
Mr. Sargent moved to amend the
bill so that the right to vote should
not be restricted on account of race
or color, or sex. He said he Re
lieved the amendment was not only
justified, but was required by the
organio law of the United States.
He argued at some length in favor
of the amendment.
Mr. Merriman, while yielding to
no man, in respect and admira
tion for woman, did not believe his
dignity nor happiness would be en
hanced by bestowing upon her Uie
right of suffrage, nor did he believe
any considerable portion of the
women of this country desire it.
Mr. Carpenter spoke in favor of the
amendment, and said he would
vote to establish women suffrage
In Wisconsin, or In any other place
he could, to-morrow. Mr. Ferry,
of Michigan, favored the amend
ment. Aftor further discussion, thp
amendment was rejected; yeas, 19;
nays, 27, as follows :
Yeas Anthony, Carpenter, Chan
dler, Conover, Ferry (Mich.), Flana
gan, Gilbert, Henry, Mitchell,
Morton, Patterson, Pratt, Sargent,
Sprague, Stewart, Tipton, Wash
burn, West, and Windom.
Nays Allison, Bayard, Boreman,
Boijtwell, Buckingham, Clayton.
Conkling, CoopeK TJavIs, Edmund.-,
Frelinghuysen, Hager, Hamilton,
(Md.) Hitchcock, Jones, Kelly, Me
Ceary, Merrimeu, Morrill, (Vt.)
Norwood, Ramsey, Ranson, Salus
bury, Scott, Sherman, Wadleigh,
Dor&ey, Spencer and Long who
would vote lor the amendment were
paired with Bogg,' 'Johnston and
Morrill, Me., against it. The bill
was then rejected, 19 to 29.
Mr. Stewart favored the amend
ment. Mr. Morton favored tip amend
ment as containing fundamental
principles of our government; with
the declaration of independence dp
clared, all men were created free
hhd equal, and tlje word men did
mean simply nuiles, but tho whole
human family; he believed woman
had the same national right to a
voice hf this government that man
had, and to givu thuitj thp. rigjjt of
suffrage would elevate suffrage in
Mr. Flanagan declared himself a
new convert to woman suffrage,
made so by the glorious efforts of
the women's crusade against intem
perance; henceforth he intepded to
be a ."woman's man,
Mr. Morton, from the committee
on elections, aeported back the Sen
ate resolution ofMargli JQth, 18"3,
instructing tho committee to exam
ine and report tho best and most
practicable mode of electing the
President and Vice President, and
providing a tribunal to adjust and
decide all contested questions con
nected therewith, with a long re
port, which was ortjerct tq be prin
ted, and placed in the calendar.
On motion of Mr. Sawver, the
benate amendments to legalize and
establish a pontoon bridge across
the Mississippi at Prairie Du Chien,
were concurred in; with an amend
ment to the bill for the relief of
Captain Hall's widow, bv paying
her$l,S3G dollars, the amount of
his pay up to December 31st, when
uie crew oi me roiaris were paid
off, and authorizing the purchase ol
his papers of the prior explorations,
at a cost not exceeding 515,000. Af
ter some debate it was passed,
Mr. Butlor gave notlcoHof an
amendment that the headquarters
of the army shall never be removed
from the capital of the nation.
Mr. Nesmith, in behalf of the
frontier, protestpd against the re
duption of tho army.
Mr. Banning favored tho reducs
tion in a long speech, and also ad
vocated the transfer of the manage
ment of the pension and Indian bu,
reaus to the army detriment as a
measure of economy and greater
Mr. McDougal moved to lay the
bill on the table; lost.
Ihe previous question was then
seconded, and thebil weijt over un
Tho Speaker announced Messrs.
Poland, Ward, (IUs.,) Woodford,
Taylor and Sloss, as a committee to
investigate Arkansas affairs.
The House then took a recess till
the evening sessjqn, which will be
for the consideration of the tariff
The House went into committee
of the whole on the tariff and inter
national revenue bureau. The pro
ceedings opened with a discussion
of a proposition of Mr. Kasson u
make the duty on Jute Butts six
dollars pes ton, and to admit free of
duty for two years, machinerv adap
ted to the manufacture of the fibre
of the ramie plant. An amend
ment tlja.t machinery be admitted
free should not be such as is manu
factured in the United States, was
adopted, and thus amended, Mr.
Kasson's proposition was agreed to.
An amendment making the duty
on mosic iron the same as other Iran
of life condition, grade and stage
of manufacture, was adopted.
Finally the free list section was
reached, and the following amend
ments were theu adopted : Putting
seed peas and olezarine on the free
list, striking extract of hemlock,
bark off the free list, and the duty
left as it sat present, 20 pr cent.
An amendment to strike off quick
silver from the free list was lost.
Mr. Vance moved to put salt on
the free list
There was majorities in frvor the
amendment, bat there -was no
quorum, and th attempt at a com
promise, so as to vote in the House,
having sailed, the committee rose
4 the hope wfrtyeurgy
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The Several Departniedts to be
Closed on Decoration Day,
Uniform Rates for West-bound
Boston, May 28.
At to-day's session of the Grand
.Lodge of Oood Templars a resolu
tion was presented by Mr. O. L.
Wood, of California, providing for
a committee of three to draw up a
petition to Congress praying for the
enactment of a bill abolishing liquor
traffic Each person having charge
of the petition to appear before a
justice of the peace arid make oath
that the names contained in the
petition are genuine signatures of
the parties bearing them. Speeches
were were made upon the subject
by Messrs. Spencer of Ohio, Sterns
of New York, J. Newton Pearce of
Pennsylvania, Rev. G. R. Morris of
New York, Rev. R. L. Purshion of
Canada, Beverage of Scotland and
Russell of Michigan, (natives of
England), Mrs. Goff of Philadel
phia, and others. After the rejec
tion of several amendments to the
form of the petition it was unanim
New York, May 28.
James W. Baucher has sued the
Lake Shore Rajlroau" Conmany. to
have his notes for half a million
dollars, which were given last fall,
to assist the Company during the
The stage drivers still con
tinue on the strike, and several new
hands have been beaten by them.
Both sides are still determined to
Captain Taylor, govprnnicnt in
spector of railways" for the BritNh
Ioard of trade, arrived here yester
daj' to inspect the Erie railway and
A dispatch received here states
that the steamer Enterprise from
Providence to New York is ashore
near Fisher's Island opposite Star
ington, with the sea breaking over
her. She is valued at' S25,000, and
her cargo was worth 57,000. The
Coast Wrecking Company have
sent a tug to her nUtance.
The James McHcnry sailed for
Washington, May 2S.
The following telegram has been
received at army headquarters; c
General Te.rry learns that hostile
Sioux have entered tho Bohemian
settlement, near the Ponca agency,
in Nebraska, and yesterday were
killing a.n'1 driving off stock. Addi
tional troops have been sent from
Bandall to tio relief of the settlers,
who arc abandoning their homes.
He also telegraphs that 400 Sioux
warriors have left Cheyenne agency
to attack the Rees. Word has been
sent to Custer to lay plose for fiem
aud drive them back. an jf neces
Signed P. II. Siieki "
Reforts from Fort Sill state that
the Camanches and Kiowa are off
their reservation, and-very warlike
in their actions. Trouble Is feared,
especially among the border settle
ments of Texas.
The exercises at the Naval Acad
emy, Anapolis, will oloso on Satur
day next, on which occasion the
Secretary of the Navy will distri
bute diplomas to the graduating
class. Rear Admiral W. E. LeRoy
has been ordered to command the
south Atlantic station, to relieve
Rear Admiral Strong, who is or
dered home and report his arrival
to Admiral J. R. Meloney, who will
relieve Rear Admiral Scott in the
north Atlantic station early next
Washington, May 28.
Rear-Admiral William Branford
Shubrick, senior officer of the re
tired list, died yesterday in Uie
eighty-fourth year of his age.
The Houie, on the recommenda
tion of the judiciary committee,
passed Mr. Hazelton's bill, provid
ing that in all cases by virtue of
right or title, derived from Spanish
or Mexican authorities, has been or
shall be finally confirmed, and that
it shall be accurately survej-ed bj
the surveyor-general. Questions
arising as to correctness of survej-s
are to be determined by the courts,
instead of as at present by the In
This act is not to 'apply to cases
where surveys have already been
returned to and are now ponding
before the secretary of Uie interior.
All expenses incurred in making a
survey or moderation of survey shall
be paid out of tne treasury of the
United States. All other costs of
the department shall be paid bv
the parties thereto, and the court
may justly -apportion them,
A bill prepared by delegate Chaf
fee, a member of the committee on
territories, for the admission of Col
orado into the Union as a State; is
accompanied by a report showing
the richness and prospective condi
tion of the territory, concluding
with the following: The committee
are fully satisfied that the present
population is of the number required
by the present ratio for representa
tion In Congress, and therefore Col
orado can be admitted under this
bill. The population will equal If
not exceed 100,000,
Chicago, May 28.
The machine shops of the St.
Louis and Southeastern railroad, at
ML Vernon were burned last eve
ning. Loss $100,000. No insur
ance, The annual convention of general
freight agents yesterday decided to
adopt uniform classifications on all
western bound freight.
Philadelphia, May 28.
John Edgar Thompson, president
ottbe Pennsylvania railroad, died
at his residence in, this city last
night. He had been ill for some
time paslttHt the cause of his death
W BJJwilHW of the kidney.,
Washington, May 28.
A letter from General Babcock to
the members of the Cabinet rela
tive to the order of the President
closing the depots on the 30th de
coration day and which was tele
graphed over the country on the
26th by mistake. It was copied
from letters written in May 1873,
relating to the same subject. The
following is a correction:
Washington, May 23, 1874.
To the Members of the Cabinet and
Commissioner of Agriculture:
Sir The President directs me to
say that the several departments of
the government be closed on the
30th of May, in order to enable the
employees "of the government to
participate in decorating the graves
of soldiers who fell during the re
bellion. I am, sir,
Your ob't serv't,
O. E. Babcock,
In tho House, Hooper, from the
committe on commerce, reported a
bill extending the jurisdiction of
the light-house board over the Mis
sissippi, Ohio ami Missouri rivers;
Mr. Conger introduced a bill to
revise and amend the statues in re
lation to copyrights; referred to the
committee on patents.
Mr. Scofield moved to reconsider
the vote on the bill for the relief of
Mercy Ann Hall, widow of Captain
On motion of Mr. Maynard the
Houso then took up tho currency
bill and. proceeded to substitution
for the Senate amendment to the
House bill, which is in the nature
of a substitute for the original bill.
Mr. Maynard demanded the previ
ous question on the bill, whici was
seconded; yeas, 95, nayes, 78. The
committee substituted was then re
jected by an ayes and nays vote;
ayes, 112 nayes, 117.
In tho Senate, Messrs. Bayard
and Saujbery, presented a petition
from the"citizens of Delaware, ask
ing thq- repeal of the tax on State
bank circulations; referred to the
committee on finance.
Mr." Scott introuced a bill to cor
rect clerical errois, iq th.e apt grant
ing the riah't of way through public
lands to tficDenverand Rio Grande
railroad; referred to committee on
New York, .May 28.
The will of Henry Remsen Rud
gers, of New York, admitted to pro
bate yesterday, disposes ot property
valued at about $2,000,000 in real
estate and securities to his widow
and six children.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
$ew York, May 28.
Monoy Easy at 24 ier cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 48S1 for sixty days, and
491 for sight."
Gold Closed 1 12. WM
GoverniyipnU Liuli and heavy;
declined i6r0urfdney sixes, 1172 f
10-40s, 114 J.
Stocks Unusually quiet, but gen
erally steady ; Western Union firm;
no special feature ; principal trans
actions Jn Western Union at 72J ;
Union Pacjfic, 28 J; Lake Shore and
Wabash, 37 J ; Erie, 33 1 ; Panama,
New York Produce Market.
New "ork, May 28.
Breadstuffs Opened quiot.
l?Iour Dull. $uper S,'tatu and
Western, S 35(3)5 oSvextra,y Jo,
6 50. ' "
Wheat-Easier No 1 springi
1 &0. j; No 2 Chicago -1 451 40;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 451 48.
Corn Heavy; cent lower, 81
Oafs Steady, 00021$.
Provisions Quiet and unchanged
Pork Old mess, 1G 50 bid; new,
17 75 bid.
Lard JcJ lower.
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, May 28.
Flour Dull1 and unchanged.
Wheat Active, irregular, closed
firm aud a shade higher; No 1, 1 22
122J; No 2, 1 17J1 181; closed,
1 18J. Cash, bid, 1 171 18J; June,
1 18 j; July", No 3, 1 14; rejected,
Com Active, firm and a shade
higher; high mixed sold at 5757J;
No 2, 5056j; cah, 565GJ, clos
ed, 55J; June, 5757$; July rejec
Oats Firm and a shade higher;
No 2 closed at 44.
Rye Dull, nominally lower;
buyers, 90; sellers, 95.
Barley No 2 dull and weak;
1 451 50.
Whisky Steady, 941.
Butter Dull and heavy; sales,
Eggs 12121c on open board.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, May 28.
Flour Quiet, weak, unsettled.
Wheat Dull, drooping; No. 2
Chicago, 1 131 14.
Oats Inactive; weak, No. 2 48
Corn Steady, o. 2 mixed 50 on
track; 5S58$ June.
Whisky Quiet at 95.
Pork Easier; 18 delivered.
Bulk Meats Dull.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 28.
Cattle Receipts, 4,700. Market
dull tending lower; heavy raceiptt
have depressed the market some
what; largo number unsold in pens;
at the close fair to choice steers, 590
6 25; stockers, 3 005 00.
Hogs Receipt, 17,000. Heavy
receipts depress the market, which
rnled weak and dull; medium, 510
fair, to choice 5 305 70.
Sheep Receipts, 500. Common
to very choice, 4 007 00.
St. Louis Live Stick Market.
St. Louis, May 28.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000. Market
dull and unchanged.
Cattle Receipts, 900. Market
dull and unchanged.
100,000 ACTUS I
lid FAUKIO LAID IT IEB1ASXA B
TTOUSES AKDL0T8 la ts dty olOauaa,
jmm wum onitnmt over JUttey'i tort,
The Famine in India Still Con
tinues. London, May2S.
A Times special says the assembly
will re-open without a message
from McMahon or any announce
ment of the ministerial policy.
Cologne, May 23.
The first meeting of the Old Cath
olic Synod is now being held, Bish
op Reinkins presiding. Eighty-five
delegates are in attendance.
Rome, May 2S.
The continued illness of the
Pope is creating great apprehensions
at the Vatican. His fever is still
unabated and three physicians are
in constant attendance.
London, May 2S.
The latent dispatches from the
famine stricken districts of British
India state that great suffering still
prevails among the natives. Over
two millions seven hundred and
fifty thousand people are receiving
relief from the Government.
The Captain General has been
empowered to appoint mayors of
largo towns on the Island.
From Juno lir-t half of the duties
on imports mu-st pe paid in gold.
Equivalent in paper will not be
London, May 2S.
A Times correspondent telegraphs
from Paris that theAssembly will re
open without a message from Presi
dent MacMahon, or by any an
nouncement of policvbv the Min
A decree was issued yesterdav
dissolving the Council General of
the department of Bauche.
Halifax, May 28.
The steamship Faraday with the
new Aiiantic cauje on board, which
sailed, from England on the 17th, is
expected off' this coast in a few
days. The cable will be landed at
Berry Head, Par Bay, in Gushoron
county, distant from Halifax one
hundred miles. Mr. OUphant, one
of the members of the new cable
company has arrived here.
London, May 27.
Tho Paris press asserts that Senor
Sengasta, and two other prominent
members of the Spanish cabinet,
are in favor of the renewal of the
The latest advices from Sandan
ter. renort that GeneL.il ( jmcli.i lines
qoneemrated an'armyof 20,000 men
at Viotorla, with G4 guns, and will
commence active operations next
A special telegram from Berlin
says that Prince Bismarck has had a
slight relapse, smoo his 'return to
Lisbon, May 23.
A mail steamer from Rio Jansiro
with the intelligence that a fresh
rebellion iad broken out in Para
guay, but the rebels who were
marching on the Capitol on the ap
proach of Brazillian troop.
The Emperor of Brazil opened the
ehnmli-s qn the 5th inst., with a
speech from the throne. He said
that he had hopes of the conclusion
of a definite treaty of ppa.o between
Paraguay and the Argentine States,
which wou! put an cud t
ent oojnnUu.11 ...eprcs-
rsli - .whs. Alluding to
O,ous troubles, he declared that
punishment of Bishops Olinda and
O'Hara was necessary, because they
had transgressed the laws and con
stitution of the Empire. The gov
ernment, by the exercise of. modera
tion and with the support of the
chambers, would be able, he be
lieved, to terminate any conflict be
tween the church and stttte.
It. WILLI! ELU.
TTILLHELM & TAYLOR,
17th and Chicago streets,
ARE now prepared to deliver in large or
small quantities, their mild sugar-cured
"AONU SUCH" brand of hams and breakfast
bacon, put up expressly for family ue. On
hand pure kettlereudered leaf lard, by the
barrel or in cans of 10, 15, 25 or 40 It".
CB-Orders promptly filled.ta
STEAM ENGINE CO!
(Successors to Hall Broi.)
3rx:xt sr ,
f;itf all kinds of
Comer Nicholas 1GA Streets,
Fronting on 4th, 5th aad Walnut its,,
St. .Louis, - Mo.
L.aveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel Is first-clsss in all its
appointments. Its tables are at ail times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with til tne
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are aI polite and attentive to the
wants of tho guests of the hotel, 'I here is an
improTelelera'or leading from the fint floor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
icket offices, news stand, and western Anion
telegraph otQ e in the Botanda of hotel.
W. J. CON1VELI,
Ooiuisollor . Xsch-vsT
WfMrkt Attorney for Second Jud
OF ICS South side ol Farnaam, between
15th ar l iSth sts., opposite Court House.
Ladies' FashioHable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Suits, Erenlnz Drewes, Wedding
Molts, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der In the latest Parisian styles. Hating car
ried on fashionable catting and fitting lor la
dles in all its branches In the various capitals
and centres of fashion In Europe and America,
I takt pleasure In Introducing myself to the
tewtaot Omaha. Satisfaction guaranteed In
very department of my profSnaion.
EMBBOIDEBIES ! EDVXBE;OZX)Eie,IBS
PRICES LOWER THAU EVER.
20,000 Yards of Hamburg Edgings and Inserlings of the Newest and Choicest Pattwna
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 v e make a Specially of the above goods, Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our Stock be
fore purchasing el&ew here.
New Spring Milliner? to be Opened Saturday, March 7.
mars Cor. 14tA and Jarnham Sts.
IF-AZDXi STOOSI, 1373 I
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
auiu. xuwer Liiau any otner nouse m tne city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS GLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also TELYET& BEATER CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINES IX GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTIN6 RUGS, AND IATI.
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and Ttp
HOLSTER Y tracle; has largely increased his stock ad t
has a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
gglCED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of ever one desixinz
anything in this T, to examine his stock before purcha
?lrfLOR SETS, LOUNGES fce., UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
203 Pnriiliaixx Stroot.Oznlx:
&c, &c. kc.
S. K.COn.or KIT ndFARXHA.
Schneider & Burmester
1TX, COPPER AXD SHEET IR0S
WAEE. DEALEES IN
Cooking and Healing' Stores.
Tin Eoofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice end lc ine best manner,
llteen treet iept24 dl
CLARK & FRENCH.
And dealers in
DUIF.D FRUITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
0EDER3 OLICITEO AND FROVPTXT FILLED
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
AM, DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
i-'ull As.sorlmcnlor Importc.1 Woolens. All Work WjUTutaL
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PBICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
G. ZT. SXCKZtXAIT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and
23S Farnh.am St. Hoar 14th..
and Furnishing Good.
J. R AHGrE
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