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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE:
OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNING-. MAY 30, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD EOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'r
Offlc-Xo. 138 rmbro .ireet, bUr.
Rlnlh and Tenth.
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Grand'Sutr'l Hotel, f (JjMAij-A.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McClure A Smith. 143 Harney tieeL let.
11th and lith. dcclstt
GLA83 AUD PICruaE FaMES.
JKcIuharl. 15C lou;l-u street, dealer In
.window glass aud picture lraui;s. JUzIug
done to order. ' -"
B00T3 ATD SHOES.
hllip Lang, 155 Farnham st, between 10th
a nan. !
HL. Latey, corner 12th an J D ugln streets,
lu.uuf.cturer and wholesale deiler ln
ramlusandconle-tlonery. Couutry trde so
PolinJA E Jut, coal, Ilrae, cement hair, etc,
131 Farnharu U febUSni3
Kader, d insist, corner 12 1 h end Har-
t) . ney st
BlgytUr, No. 209 Farnham at.
A new laundry opined it ill ltlh Rt., Nt
Km ulism and Doiulis. 1 1 wsUIug and
ironins will he done to -rder, fiiat s.ass work
T elim.inA Bard, hoae and Ign palnUr,
XJ ltnt. .sUbst. trnlum and Uartey.
Prcinlnm Sj Wor-s, rowel A Co, still
manufacture ttuir I'.eminm Siap. I ire
Brrt premiums awa-ded ly live Ioin;la county
and bins Ja'ra, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders ao!ir:ted from the lade
K. ESTABIK) K. W. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE OilaLton llloclr.Ouislii. Neb.
OEXTER L. THOMAS,
Altorusj aiil' .Connsrlor at Law.
lOFFIOE-Booai No YlsscW Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
lUorncr-at-Law and SolIciXor in
OFFI0h-OT First Sallowl Bank,
Attorney at Law
5031-2 THIBIE2NTH STREET. OMAHA
C a. BALDWIST. 7CO. - O'EEIE-V.
BALDWIN &. O'UBIEN,
Office CaldwUl Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at' Law,
Office 31013th St., bet. Farakam
and Douglas, Omaha, Xeb.
P 0. Bex EO utHU
O. II. BALLOD. ED. B..O.LASGOW.
Bnllou & Glasgow,
Office n Crelgbton' new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - NEB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOfc,
Attorneys at Law,
2 FARNHAM STREAT.
J t ks it. si. ' an k, I Oman. Xebrask.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATT0RXEI AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. ta Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Xaw
Boom 9, VUscher'a KocV,
OMA1T.A, - - NEBR.
J. 3. SPAUlt. 40. JC WTCHKTT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys ind Couaselors at Law.
Ofice, 906 Twelltb btraeU
Lork Kt ana, Omaha. Kcb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
bttorzxoT " Xia c
KEUICK'S OFEBA HOUSE
JO UN ff, KK1XBV.
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
Office Booa 2, CnlfflitoB Blocfi ..,,
C. 15th mi rongeur -OMAHA.
SOLLECTIONS solicited and pbompt
ly attended to. No charge unless ceUec
ns are made. Houtettolet and zests col
eetfl. IU-al rtate bought and sold. apirt!
W. J. CONXIXL.
KWrkt Attener far
OniCS-BoaUi alto" ttrmfcaa. Mwi
"Wiiex Solomon declared that
there is nothing new under the sun
lie knew what he -was talking about.
A dead Shoshone was recently cre
mated at Robert's creek, Nevada,
according to the long established
custom of the tribe.
Grandmother Tiptox cast her
vote in favor of female suffrage in
the proposed territory of Pembina.
Grandma Tipton probably intends
to emigrate there with a view to
getting another office, and her only
lxsMble chances are with the
Sister Van Cott need not grum
ble about mean and miserly Oma
ha. .Did not a repentant Omaha
sinner pay four hundred dollars for
his salvation the other night ? She
ought to blame the deacon that
passed the saucer around that night
for allowing a pious pick-pocket to
carry off such a liberal contribution.
"In three months France will
have a new Government." These
were the words of Henri Rochefort
to a Jferaltl reporter as he passed
through Omaha on his way from
New Caledonia to New York and
England on Wednesday lat.
That Herald reporter seems to be
gifted with a mo-st remarkable mem
ory, and a wonderful inventive fac
ulty. The editor of the Reb hap
Iened, as it wpro, to 1)0 present at
tliat memorable interview, and the
only words that passed between
Henri Rochefort and the Herald re
porter were "Nix Ver stay," or
words to that effect.
The editor of an Omaha paper
reports seeing a huge piece of sul
phur taken from a mine in the
Wasinch mountains near the head
of Rear river, in Utah. He says
sulphur exists in this mine in inex
haustible quantities, having been
tniced ovcran area of thirty-five
aerts. Omaha editors will some
day reach a. country where thirty
five acre, of sujp.hur will be as. a
mere garden patch, hut jyhere it
will be able to be traced not only,
but will lie thick all over the coun
try. Denver World.
Dunyor editors would have been
there long ago jf it were not for
their dishwatery style cf jgiirnnl-i-iii,
Even the devil's kitchen fire
could soon beputput by a dishwater
spout from the Denver World.
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham strt. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our gwa make at
52.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by r. Gotlheimer.
Eroker, at 200 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Itedycs for Strfe.
0th street between Jones and Leavenworth sts.,
OMAILV, - NEBRASKA.
KEEI"ST1IE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladle' and dents' lrw hits, trim
med and untrlmmed. Parasols. Piques, Mar
seille. Nainsooks and all kinds of I'ry (loods,
Ladies' and dents.' Boots, ttc. My line of Iiry
Goods ii Complete SVUingonly for CASH, I
amuMeto UNHEISSEI.L anr other Dealer in
theGty. Our PUICEsare LOWER than eTer
heaid c) If fore. ui U-3m-pl
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
135 and ltj pprnham St re t.
233 Doughs Street, Osiua, Nebraska
Bujgl, Patteut Wheels, Roa.1 wagon, Trot
ting Sulkies, Skeletons, Ltudebaker's,
Celehrated Wa:o , James B.
fill's Celebrated Con
Rnl., Blankets, Wagon Material of all Defcrip
tious, Spskes, Hubs, Felloes, and all kindsol
HARD WOOD LUMBER
'JhlmMe Skeins, Axles and Springs.
MRS. K. II. rALMEU,
Roms, 262 Douglas St. near .16 u, (Up Stalrs.
I cut Iroto actual measurement not from
patterns and will gu.rantee satisfaction in all
Cut! in? and Filling a Specially.
1S3 Farnham street
HASon hand a fuli line of Indies' Ooods
which he Is closing out at cost, uivchiui
a caU end cet good bargains.
SEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
7He has on hand an xctllcn stock of
rnts' wear, beat in thedty, of Eastern manu
ureor home made. a29tml
CARRIAGE, BUGGY and WAGON
E. CORNEE of 14th and HARNEY STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lic that he is now ready to fill all con
jract in the abore lines with neatness and
WExpress wagons constantly oa hand and
100 FARXHAX STREET,
StWt. lOtb. and lltb..
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
rpABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVEKY
JL thing in the market.
wmflramTa. m.tlp. m.
'All Meals Served to Order.-!
orrtEM imED a wemj rtle.
d TUT? IN 6BASOK. Prjoaa t wUt'
Specially Seported for tit Omal Sally Bee,
tr tat Atlaatia Pacific" Ttletnpk Co.
Washington, May 29.
Mr. Sherman from the finance
committee reported Imck the House
bill to amend the custom rev
enue laws and repeal notices, with
several amendments, and gave.no
ticethathe would -ask the Senate
to proceed with its consideration on
Tuesday next; placed on the calen
dar. Mr. Sargent, from the committee
on public lands, reported adversely
on the bill to extend the term for
proof and payment on pre-emption
claims on public land; placed on
the calendar with the adverse re
port. Mr. Alcorn submitted a resolution
instructing the secretary of the
treasury to furnish the Senate with
copies of all cotton permits issued
bv Pre-idents Lincoln and Johnson,
with the names of agents appended
by the secretary of the treasury to
purchase cotton, and copies.
Mr. Wright entered a motion to
reconsider the vote by whicli the
bill creating the territory of Pem
bina was rejepted yesterday.
The morning hour expired and
the chair laid before the Senate the
House finance iill with a resolution
of the House di-agreeing to the
Senate amendments thereto and
asking a committee of conference;
Mr. Wright moved that the Sen
ate insist on its amendments, and
grant of conference.
Mr. Sargent moved that the
Senate adhere to its amendments.
The chair ruled the motion out
of order, and that the motion to
insist took precedence.
Mr. Wright's motion was agreed
to, yeas, 31; nays, 24.
The chair appointed Messrs. Mor
ton, W:u-liburue, and Merr-man as
a eonimitteeoh conference.
The bill authorizing the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Company
to build a branch road, and change
the location of its rowd within the
District of Columbia was passed
with an amendment providiug that
the whole track shall be outside of
the citj- proper.
At three p. m., the Senate procee
ded to t!e consideration of a bill
from the' commissioner of pensions,
and several bills 'were passed.
Finally a vote discovered no quo
rum present, and the Senate ad
journed till Monday.
On motion of Mr. Dawes, it was
ordered that to-morrow being deco
ration day, there be no session of the
Mr. Orth, from the committee on
foreign 'aflhirs, reported adversely
a bill for the relief 'of the wife of the
late James Orr, minister to Russia.
Qi niotion cf Mr. Randall, tliabill
was placed on tip private calendar.
Tbo Housu then look up the bill
for the gradual reduction of the
Mr. Hurlbut spoke in opposition,
characterizing the measure as un
wise, inexpedient, disgraceful to the
country and false economy.
Mr. Hawley (Ills.) a mtmber of
the committee on rnilitary-'aiTairs)"
sjwke jn bupjrort of the bill as a
whole, though there M'ero jnany
things in it he did not entirely ap
prove of. He argued that tlio poo- i
pie did not desire a large standing
army, but only so much a3 was
necessary, and this he argued the
bill provided. The debate then
Mr.'Coburn oflered as an amend
ment a new section, repealing the
law prohibiting promotions in stall"
corns. Agreed to.
Several other amendments wore
offered and all were rejected, in
cluding that of Mr. Butler (Mass.)
that tUd ijwdqujrtopj pf the army
shall never bo rciuQViU trojn tie
national capital except iii time of
war, which was rejected without
discussion. The bill was then
passed yeas, nil; nays, 105.
The only charges mttde iu thobill
as reported by Mr. Coburn on Sat
urday last are the insertion between
the lines 4 aijtj Q on the first page
the words, roxcept gn-tjuatca qf the
military academy;" striking out
of section 21, aud a new section ad
Mr. Conard prpsnted a report of
the conferences, committed on the
bill to facilitate the exportation of
distilled spirits and amendatory ef
fects relating thereto. The com
mittee reported a substitute for tho
bill, which was agree to. The
House then resumed the considerar
tion of the Senate amendments to
the legislative appropriation bill.
The amendments providing for
a third assistant secretary of state,
with a salary of $3,5000, and reclas
sifying the clerical force of the
State department were agreed to,
12C to 70. " All other amendments
were concurred in excepting appro;
nations for rivers, harbors, light
louses, and public buildings from
the requirement us q unexpended
balances being covered into the
treasury within two years of the
date appropriation. The bill now
goes to the committee on confer
ence, and Garfield, Icllogg,(Conn.)
and Randall were appomtetfaa such
committee on tho part of the House.
Tho House then adjourned till
KARKETS bY TELEGRAPH-
New York Money Market.
New York, May 23.
Money Easy at 23 per cent.
Foreign ExchangeDull and
steady at 487 for sixty days, and
490 for sight.
Gold Dull; opened at 12J; rose J;
Governments Dull but steady;
onlv sales were coupon 5s of ISSi
Stocks Opened dull, devoid of
any special feature, AV UPandL
S and P M leading the marke
New Ytrk Prtduce Market.
NkwYork, May 29.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat lHcbetten2Jol sprine
1 51 153:" No 2 Chicago 14fraitt:.
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 491 oOfshctl by fine and imprisonment
Corn lijc lower; so8Ujc.
Oats Steady, S9604
Rye 109n2.' ,sW
pork A shade better.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Boston, May 29.
The Massachusetts Legislature
has refused to exempt religious ed
ucational institutions, from taxa
tion. Canajoiiarie, N. Y., May 29.
Supt. Quackenbush says he can
probably have the break in the ae
queduct repaired by to-inorrow fore-
Washington, May 29.
In the Senate to-day Mr. Slier
man, from the finance committee,
reported back the House bill repeal
ing moieties, with sundry amend-
ments and gave notice that he
would call it up on Tuesday.
Columbus, May 29.
A call has been issued for another
meeting of the Democratic execu
tive committee on the 5th to con
sider the propriety of postponing
the convention until a vote lias
been had on the new constitution.
New Yokk, May 29.
It is regarded as a foregone con
clusion, that Col. J. A. Scott, will
be President of the Pennsylvania
road; Mr. Roberts, first Vice-President,
and Mr. Kreag, second Vice
President. Rumors are current of
more Lake Shore troubles.
Fultonville, X. Y., May 29.
A dispatch has just been received
here by the canal superintendent,
dated Canajoiiarie, saying the ac
queduct at that place gave way this
morning, and that the boats are
lying on the beach. It is thought
this will stop navigation on the
canal for at least two or three days,
and perhaps the detention will be
still more serious.
Montreal, May 23.
Prospects for an early renewal of
the reciprocity treaty between the
United States and Canada, is hailed
with general satisfaction through
out the country, and resolutions
passed in favor of it yesterday by
the New York Produce Exchange
and Oswego Board of Trade, go to
strengthen the belief that our Com
missioners in Washington will be
successful! jn tlipir negotiations.
Nnw Yokk, May 29.
The colliers strike is unsettled in
the Durham and other districts, and
it is estimated that at the present
time about one-third of the colliers
in the countrj' are idle. These in
cludes the collerfes In Durham and
Northumberland, also some of the
South Yoikshire, North Derbyshire,
Monmouthshire, North Wales, Lan
arkshire, Lengthowshiro and Ster
tysldre. Richmond, Va., May 29.
At five o'clock this morning the
entire vote of the city with the ex
ception of one precinct was re
ceived. Tho rosults arc as follows ;
II. Reily, conservative, for Mayor,
5,217 votes; Stark, iudepehdant,
4,505; Cook, conservative, for city
sergeant, 5,213; JIandly, independ
ent, 4,759. Tho regular conserva
tive tjekot is olected with one or
two oxcepiions In the council. The
entire conservative ticket Is elected
Baltimore, May 28.
In the fourtli race, two mile heats
for all ages, purse $S00 for first horse
and $200 fot second, th? first antj
third heats Wore won by Eolus i
time 3:40 and 3;4GK Tho second
heat was won by Mart Jordan in
3:39. This was one of the most
exciting race ever witnessed, the
last heat being closely contested,
and was won only by a short head.
The io0l3 before thp first JjClt sojd
as follows t Li.zio Lucas, SGI 5 ; Eo
lus, $400 ; Mart Jordan, SH5 5 and
before tho second heat Eolus $500
to $00 against the field. After the
second head Mart Jordan sold at
$500 and Eolus $120.
. New York, May 29.
One iiundrpd and fifty Mprtnon
ites from Russia arrived at this port
Tuesday evening. They brought
with them nearly fifty thousand
dollars. During their stay in the
city they remain at tho German
Emigrant. Religious services were
held for their benefit in Chapel
Home. The party left the city for
Dakota on "Wednesday.
Thp Nw York Tablpt for June
6th, will contain a translation of
the Pope's reply to the French pil
grims who delivered addresses to
him on the 5th of May.
In this response tho Fopo said he
wished to behold those who shape
the destinies of France employed in
the difficult work of dissipating or
at least diminishing the plagues
that afflict human society, ant then
dropped universal suffrage.
Yes, there lies the plague, de
tractive ot social order, and which
would, if it had its right title, be
caneu universal illusion,
Washington, May 29.
The bill reported by Mr. Tremain
from the judiciary committee, yes
terday, prescribing certain regula
tions to the election of senators,rep
resontaive.s qnd delegates in Con
gress, provides that tho tally sheet
lists of voters, and all other paper
cast at an election for senators, rep
resentatives or delegates in Congress
shall be kept by thp lawful custo
dian of tho same' until after tho
adjournment of the first session
of Congress next, thereafter to bo
affected by said election ln case of
an allegation of fraud by either
parly. To contest such, lists and
papers may be produced on paper
of subpoena, and shall be carefully
examined. Any custodian refusing
to keep such papers, or to produce
thcin when called for, shall be lia
ble to a fine of 1,00!) at .suit of the
party asking for the production of
the papers. All tho votes shall be
counted at the close of the day of
election, and Jf the officers find
managers decline to make such
count they shall bo liable to
fine and imprisonment. One
section prohibits the sale or gift of
the various malt or spiritous liquors
to any voter at an election for rep
resentative or delegate in Congress;
and any persou violating the pro
visions of UUsspctlon shall b,e liable
to punishment of a fine not less
than two nor more than live hun
dred dollars, and imprisonment of
not less than six months nor more
than two years. Any use of fire
arms at sucn election enaii be pun-
city, county, town or parish
haWut fifty voters may have an
elecwfcaMplnpt alwUshed upon pe
uUonlNByrinai! judge, if the
Brooklyn, May 29.
A fire this morning at 220 Flush
ing avenue, occupied by Nathtniel
Burien, Augur factory, damaged
stock to the amount of $4,000, and
Milton, Mass., May 29.
Holman's ice houses burned to
day. Loss $20,000.
Boston, May 29.
In consequence of extreme dull
ness of business in the Stock Ex:
change the board voted to adjourn
until cool weather.
New York, May 29.
By the latest English files re
ceived per steamer it is learned that
the agricultural lock-out in the
country has not extended to women.
The farmers in . manj' cases are
chiefly dependant on female labor;
even children are employed to pre
vent a complete standstill .of .agri
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicaoo, May 20.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
"Wheat Unsettled, shad lower in.
spite of rather favorable eastern and
foreign advices, market closed weak
No 1 1 21;; No 2, 1 1G1 17$; cash
closed at inside price, June closed
at 1 16; July same as June. No 3,
1 13J1 14; rejected 1 14.
Corn Irregular, opened firm, but
closed dull and heavy; high mixed,
55j56; July rejected 53.
Oats Weak, and lower, No 2
44, closed dull at 44.
Rye Quiet and lower; No 2, 90.
Barlej- Steady, 1 45.
Pork Opened lower, but closed
firmer; 17 12$17 J5j cash, 17 00
15 00; June, 17 45.
Lard Quiet ami, steady; 10 60
10'6. ' ..i"
Bulk Meats Higher: shoulders,
GJGJ; short clear, 9f9; short
Eggs Easier, at 12.
Butter Weak; 1420.
"Whisky Steady and firm, 94.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, May- 29.
Flour Quiet, weat, unsettled.
"Wheat Dull, drooping; No. 2
Chicago, 1 131 14.
Oats Inactive; weak, No. 2 4S
Corn Steady, Ao, 2 mixed 59 on
track; 5S5SJ June.
Whisky Quiet at 95.
Pork Easier; 18 delivered.
Bulk Meats Dull.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 29.
Cattle Rcrelptg, 3,800. Market
moderately active ; prices steady,
unchanged; closing dull; fair to
cholco steers sold at 5 3GJ ; extra
steer 0 05G 13 ; stockers .sold at
4 70 ; Texaus 3 905 55.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000. Fairly
active firm, 10c better; closed steady
at 4 655 10; poor to common 5 15
5 32; fair 5 405 80.
Sheep Receipts, 200. Common
to very choice, 4 504 57.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. IlItiaGS' YARD, CORNER OF
14lh and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
VoodS7 00; Soft $ 00. S'ove Wcod to suit
any number of stove very cheap. aplStf
M U8. J. K. VANDKnCOOIC
Residence and office 2V) Dodge st bet HUi and
Special attention paid to'otatetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. 1311.
Would inform the tublic that
they are now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the Tery best quality,
and in any quantity.eitberat the factory, width
is located at Beatrice.Neb., or at the Pipe works
In Omaha They also are prepared to furnith
allklnds ofCKMENT PIPING forSEWERAGE.
DRAINAGE, "Err, 4Io manufacture all
stvles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED hTATEU.
WORDERS FROM DEALERS RESPECT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CEMENT
& PIPE CO.
OMAHA - - tfEfillASKA.
C. 7. SAMAXTXT,
171 Cor. Krhni mad KJevenOa Sts.
All klnda of TAILORING, Cleaning and re-
rine done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
URNIS111NG GOODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap.
II. UREB p. C J. K VBBAHI.
REUE & KARBACH,
13th t. Letwecn Farnham and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
If ASL'FACTCKEE OT
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
Dealers ln and manufacturers of
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
P?Eepairipg cf wagons and blacksmithing
promptly iloue at TeaouabIe price uiydAw&u
255 Harney itreet, between Hth and 15th.
Carriage and Wagoa Maklaf
In all it Branches, in the latest and most
' approved patUrn.
HORSE SHOEING AMDBLACJCSMITHING
and repairing done oa short notice.
OFFICE, Hotm FHHAM ST.
-, Pl STMRS,
-Oldest proctldne TfenllsU iu the city
lit gfwiwt. Iteahamui Iirtej.
All Hub el TAILOBXXG, CLEAKDia tad
Paris, May 29.
The specie in the Bank of France
increased 15,942,000 francs, during
the past week.
Rome, May 29.
The Pope i recovering. His
physicians consider him out of
London, May 29.
Guizot, the celebrated French
historian aiid statesman, is danger
Bayonne, May 29.
The Carlists under the immediate
command of Don Carlos are before
Hernia, Province of Guipiezcoa,
eight miles southwest of San Sebas
tian. Vienna, May 29.
The newspapers state the condi
tion of the Pojhj as very serious.
The excitement is very great, and
serious results as to his holiness are
Madrid, May 291'
Admiral Topeto 1ms been offered
the Spauiah minion to Paris, but he
Dysentery is very prevalent in
Marshal Concha's army, and many
of his troops are unable for duty.
London, May 29.
Negotiations lately commenced
for tfie purpose of ending the agri
cultural strikes throughout the
country have failed, with every
prospect of the strikes being pro
tracted and causing serious incon
venience and loss to farmers aud
London, Mav 29.
A Paris dispatch to the 'Times
says the German candidature for
the Spanish throne is ridiculous.
A dispatch to the Standard says
General Concha has seized Heat hex,
near Artabar, and the roads leading
from Biscayby via Vilisca and Bil
boa. The army of Don Carlos has
consequently abandoned Durano
and retired" into Guipiezcoa.
It is reported the Carlists have re
ceived twenty Krapp steel cannons
and are reorganizing their forces.
London, May 29.
The directors of the bank of Eng
land, at a recent meeting, fixed the
minimum rate of discount "of the
bank, at' 3 per cent, reduction of
bank note rate-; the discount has
no ellect on American securities,
the reduction having been discoun
ted. The bullion in the bank of Eng
land increased 144,000, during the
past week. The amount of bullion
placed in the bank balance to-ditv,
is JC2CG,000 pounds. The proportion
of bank reserve to liability, which
last week was 41 J per cent., is now
43 J percent. Tho rate of di-eount
in the open market for three
months' bills, is 33J per cent., or
3J per cent, below bank rates.
Havana, Stay 29.
The Vox De Cuba says: llans
for the immediate active military
operations has been arranged by
General Concha, with all necessary
material and resources for a regular
campaign being provided. General
Concha was obliged almost to create
these resources himself. These
combinations will Impart great ac
tivity where it is the most needed.
The Journals discuss the condi
tion of affairs in case of contraband
goods induced into tho isl.ind con
cealed hi tarrefs of flour.
"The Voz do Cuba says the latter is
so grave that it deserves immediate
investigation without further orders
from Spain. All foreign flour conies
from the United States, and this
contraband game ha l.eeu carried
on on a large scale for many years,
and many reputable merchants ex
press tho opinion that General
Concha will be able to stop smug
gling provided he treats England
with Impartial severity in business,
instead of the way heretofore in
Ail. ABOUT THE WATER WORKS
Tho central city of the Wist
Quite proud of laU lia. Kwn,
Ard feels it can no longer wait
A roo I sized pond to own.
The creates t cities of the world
ho wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a icscrvcir
Upon their highest hill.
We read in the days of Noah
That water wo Ls were tried;
The trouble was tl ey had no sewers,
And so the people died.
Let us then remember
H ate works we try,
fuputin sewers good andslrorg,
And make our streets quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody ln the town
Will buy their bats of Bjnce.
For nil sey styles that row are out,
Some fifty kinds or rcore.
You'll find them cheap at Bunce's
Famous New York store.
To. Chimp'.on Hatter of the West.i'o Doug
XTew Meat Market.
SPATJLDIG &. JOUItDAX.
14th St. Ret. Farnham and Harney,
mcbl5-2m Oppo Up the Grand Central
f 00 A PER DAY.- Agents want
D lO SZW ed. AH classes of work
ing people of either scr, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spare mo
ments or all tho time, than at anything else.
Address STINSON A CO.
EIOH FABH1NQ LAND LH NEBRASKA U
HOUSES AND LOTS in the city of Omaha,
for sale chean and on pood terms.
ItOtjGS fc JIII.L,
Etal estate brolers.office over Mackey's store,
on Dodge nt. opposite new ptstof&re ap30ai2
Fronting an 4'-h, 5'.n ted Walont it
St. Louis, - Mo.
"Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-clssi in all Its
apj ointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the greaUst abundance, with all tli
delicacies the market afford, IU clerks and
employes are all polite and attentive to the
wants oi tho guests of the hotel. There is an
im proved eleva'or leading from the first floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
Icket offices, news stand, and western Anion
telegraph ofa e in the Botanda of hotel.
Dispenses his own medc(qt. and
regular practice, makes ipectaljtfja. cl Perance
oenta and Diaraaea Peculiar to WotseOi FUta
la, Pilbs and other Diaesaef ol th Beetum.
urrics and tsesldsnco, corner rarnnam and
14th EtrwU, Snt door to the right, up stairs
Omaha, Ksb. Addrewi Lock Sox 0t.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers' Articles. 185 DOUG
LAS ST., OMAHA, NEB.. Opposite Metro
politan UoteL Consumers and Dealers will
ind it to their adrantag to examine my stock
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
GKEILSTTS' IFUIRIISriSIEIinsra- GOODS, .
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
S-KRinSTO- A.JLSTID STJDCJEEK; SEASON"
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises th.o Latest Novelties.
THE LATEST STSXES IU HATS A2TD CAPS.
We Hare also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
FA T..Xj STOOK, 1873 !
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 othey house in the city, consisting of
MERINO!!, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAYER CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE USES IX (JRFAT VARIETY. A FULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS. AND MATS.
CHEAPER, TIESTA-UST TIE CHEAPEST
and everything pertainine: to the FURNITURE and TTP
11011 noAie, ii-ctto la-itJiv 111.urea.sea. ais, stock and now
has a com-nlete assortment, ni FTTSTT?. MTTrnTr 1 PSS
SlrrnPS goods' hiq he J? Paring at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everv one desiring
anything in tins toe, to examine his stock before purchas-
FAKLOR:SETS. LOUNGES &cM UPHOLSTERED AND
Pro i Is'on?,
4 c, &c. kc.
Schneider & Burmester
riX, COPPER AXD SHEET IR0X
WAKE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating StoTes.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and ic the best manner,
iitetn trcet aeit24 d
CLARK & FRENCH.
And dealers In
dried Knurrs, etc.
Green Fruits in. their Season
OBDEE3 OL1CITED ASD PEOtPTLT FILLED
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and 'Medium
AND DEALERS IN-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COVERED TO ORDER.
2Q3 F,CT3.1woa. Stroot. Oxxxahlxi
FRANK J. R AMGE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ANL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS,
Full Assortmentof Imported Woolens. All Work Warranted.
2?,U'arAllamSt" - - 0afca, Nrt.
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Rece ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT" EXTRA CHARGE ! !
G. F. HICKMAIT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets,
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