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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. MONDAY MORNING-. JUNE 1, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD ROSEYVATER, Editor and Prcp'r
Office Xo. 138 Funlmra street, bctvr.
Klnth and Tenth.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOX:
Ocecopr, one year. In adTanee..
Ix months. In adrance
lir .nonth. m advance.
enril not paid in ad ranee, JS per annum will
"Wjiex Greek meets Greek then
comes the tug of war. "When the
Dutch meet Metz, then comes the
AXDnow the Arkansas papers
advise Brooks to go "West as if our
Western political waters were not
-muddy enough already.
Sunday Night's Dispatches,
Eptcully Beperted for the Omaha Daily Bee,
br the Atlantic Pic Telegraph Co.
They propose to christen him
George Washington Vancott, and
then he wiiloien a salvation agency
T.l? A TUNG HATTPn f
GMAEA BUSINESS MEWL
" TcClureA r'mith. 1S5 Hjrner street. bet.
JUL Hthai.dl2tj. ' detlStf
glass A'j'n PjCrmin FrUKis.
Jiielnhart. 1M lon;l street, dealer in
.window gla aud picture trains. Glazing
done to order. a.2tf
E00T3 AI7D S30S3.
)hl!iu I-anj, 153 F-irnuaui at, between 10th
L. I.itT. corner 1 Jth and D iu"lai strwts.
m nufcturer and whulraalo dei'er in
ca-d and come turnery. Country trade ao-
TlanJX nii.it, coal, lime, ceiru-nt lialr, etc.,
A. Rnrder, diugzUt, corner 12lh and liar-
PA WE BROKER.
Elgutter, Xo. 203 r'aruiuast. leJTti
ifit. Henry Moody Chief Ccnten
ial Commivioner for Nebraska is
exjecteil hourly from Pciladelphia.
Private advices assure us that his
health is good and the prospects
for hi? resignation are growing
dimmer every day.
ThcChicago IVibunei&kai "Where
is Mullett, erst Supervising Archi
tect of the Treasury? This is one
of the inquiries that rends the air
in ashington ?" It is suspected
that the missing man has been sent
to the Far West by his superiors in
office to escape the investigation in
to District of Columbia affairs. Mul
lett can be relied upon for ordinary
occa-ions, but he has an inconveni
ent habit of telling the truth when
driven in a corner."
t new laundry opened at 511
'V iarniiam ana iu;ii
11th at.. 1t
The washing and
lioclng will tie done to order, firit class work
LtlimatiA 15ard, lioue and sign paintrrx,
luth sL oct. F.rnham and Harney. 26ll
Premium Soap Worts. Powell A Co, mill
laanu'aclurc their euiluru Soap. Kite
Jirst premiums awarded by I lie Dougia county
and Male lair., and I'ottawattaniSe county, la.
Orders solicited from the trade.
E. ESTAIJUl) IK.
W. SI. FRANCIS
ATTOItNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE Crci?bton Uloct, Omaha. Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Attorney auJ ;Conastlor at Law.
:orPI0E-Eooai 5 3
- - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
AllorncfOl-LatT an.l Solicitor in
Or.TI0b.-Oie First Xatiaaal Baal,
r Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIRTEENTH 8XBEET. OMAHA
Tlie Bee is mad because the Her
ald bought some of its material in
Chicago. No, not exactly this. It
is troubled because we are building
the finest newspaper oilicc in this
part of the wast. Herald.
Xo, not exactly this, either. The
Bee Is neither mad nor envious. It
sought to impress upon the Herald
the glaring inconsistency of advo
cating the building up of home in
dustry and patronizing the Chicago
foundries. The Bee is not very
seriously disturbed about that splen
did building. If cleanliness and
Godliness go together, it has
somo hopes that this new building
will improve the moral and religious
tone of tho Herald, and tljat is cer
tainly a tiling devoutly to bo
An indiscriminate daughter in
clothing and y,onW furnishing
goods regdrdless of prices at 205
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
2.00 and $2.30 each.
bought and sold by I. Gotfhcimcr,
Broker, at 23G Farnham street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
New YOrk, May 31.
The Herald to-day publishes a
letter from Henri Eochefort, now
stopping at the Grand Central Ho
tel, in which the writer gives a
general review of .Freueh politics,
and throws some light on tho Com
mune. He first refers briefly to
Xapoleon's responsibility for war
with Germany, which he desired to
undertake with a view of' setting
aside the increasing danger of pub
lic opinion, and reviving his popu
larity, and passing hastily over sub
sequent events. He comes to a pe-
nou ot lue Lommuno concerning
his own part in those times. He
avers that under an anolagous state
did he deplore the execution and
barbarities widely compromised the
honor of the last days of the strug
gle with the Commune and after
Paris was captured by a parry of
order, 1'ans was literally drowned
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Boston, May 29.
The Massachusetts Legislature
has refused this year to exempt
from taxation, the charitable, edu
cational and religious institutions
of the State.
Niagara Falls, May 30.
Henri Rochefort and compan
ion?, who escaped from Xew Cale
donia, arrived here to-day. They
are stopping at the International
Hotel, and will proceed from here
to New York.
9lh street between Jones and Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of Ladico' and fteuU'.lraw liajs, trim
med and untrimuit-d, Iarasols. l'lijucs, Mr
reilles. Nainsook and all kinds of lry Uxl,
Ladles' and Rent' 1WU, etc My line of Irr
Woods is Complete Jellingonlv for CASH, 'I
am able to UNIhREl.L any otber Dealer iu
the City Our I'UICEssreLoWElt than ever
beard J lielore. mj U-3m-pl
tuu -prill take notice lliii
c. A. BaLDV.IX.
GEO. K, O'BUEX.
B.IXD1VIS Jc O'HBIEX,
OSce CildwjU Block, Douglas Street,
Oil AH A,
J0IIX C. CO.VItf,
T. W. T. Kicliiirds,
Attorney at Law,
OfflccolOlSt'i SI., hat. Farnham
and I)oas;Ui, Onidlia, Xeb.
V 0. Box 83 p?hu
rno mary e.
teorse E. Bcacb.of the S-ate of Nebraska, did
on the Tin day of May, A. 1). Ii74,'n!ehi pe-
tiii'iu 111 me iiis riei vouriiur luugiascouniy,
r-eb ala, fplr.t you, the object and prayer
of v!4?u "t procure a decree id dirorce.
Vou ae therefore requires to appear an i at
weraald ietitiono3or hfore tlis SSI dnr of
Jane, A. I.1874. U!-.OCtiE E. BE C1I.
By F. A. IIkalk a J. . SiiBOfiujsr;,
Dattd Slay 9th, A. 1). 1 S7I.
may 9, w-it-e-at. His Attorneys.
ja? and J SO Farnham Street.
O. II. BALLOU.
Eallou & Glasgow,
Orfiec n Crelibton's nsw block, southeast cor
SAVAGE & MANDERSOb,
Attorneys at Law,
32 FARNHAM STBEAT.
C1IABI.I" r VANnEtL.-.
3KT. J. BURNHAM.
ATTOUXEI AXD COUNSELLOR AT
No. 200 Farnharu Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -:Law
Room 9, VIssiher's B'ock,
OMAHA, . . NEBR.
J. S. SPaClt. K . rKITCHKTT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys ami Counselors at law.
Oflce, 506 TweUth Street.
. Ixwlc Bit aro. Oroaha. Neb.
G. Wr. AMBROSE,
JL.fi orzto-v - ,t Xia. or
KEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
OSoo Bouai; Creiih ton Block,! . nwiva
S0LLECTIONS SOLICITED ANDPBOSfPT
ly attendel to. No ciianje unless collec
ts are nude. Houses to let and rents col
ected. Real ettate bought and sold. apl7ti
W, JT. CONlELL.
aftrlct Attorney for SecMi Jaj.
OF ICS South aide of Farnam, betweaa
uth an! 16th aU., oppoalU Cjurt Hoaaa. -
233 Douglii Straet, 0mila,Kebraska
Buggies. Patient Wheels, Road wagons, Trot
ting Sulkies, Ske'etoni, Ltudcbaker'a,
Celebrated Wa o s. James U.
Hill's Celibated Con
Robes, Blankets. Wagon Material of all IWrir
tious, Spske, Hubs, Felloes, and all kindUof
HARP WOOD LUMBER
Ihlmble Skeins, Axles sadSnnncs.
MRS. R. II. T.VLilEK,
Rooms, 2S2 PouglasSt. ntar .15 h, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual roeuurement not from
pitterui and willgu rantee satisfaction In all
Cutting anil Fiiting a Specialty.
corpses on the sidewalks. He men
tions particularly the shooting of
Deputy Milliere as one of the most
monstrous outrages that was
ever committed by a party order
of barbarities ; that the party were
almost beyond belief in their brutali
ty and excess. Hundreds of prison
ers were taken in chains, placed be
fore the mitraillcurs and blown to
pieces. Versailles made murder of
Rich Bishop Darbay as an for
wholesale butchery. Battalions of
natioual guards were caused to dig
immense graves and then were fired
on till they fell into graves by hun
dreds behind the prison walls of
-Loraquet. The butchery, was so
great that the burial became impos
sible and the general health of the
neighborhood became affected. The
terrible stato of affairs created
many cases of insanity. Ho then
describes the malignant and false
accusations brought against himself.
Ho (severely denounces Villemes
sant Parisan, journalist, for his
-publicity and falsehood. Eoche
fort aeouscs MacMahon or
authorizing pillage, Vnd declares his
own and many other citizens'
houses were robbed by McMahon's
troop; he describes the usage of
com inune pr-?qners by the Versailles
troops us brutal mm disgusting;
women especially wero subjected to
every indigHity; naked men would
be chained together and exposed to
how, and hafi naked women would
be placed umjer the town pump de
scribes the manner, of trying pom
munists as other forces, and without
a semblance of justice. Very often
a trial was conducted by ignorant
judges, as was shown in the case of
one prisoner who was sentenced to
transportatjoji and also to five years
surveillance; as the transportation
was for life, the 'remainder 0f the
sentence was impossible to fulfil.
He mentions several individual
cases of hardship and injustice: refers
at some length to the brutal treat
ment of prisoners on transports
when being taken to exile. 'JTiey
wero generally packed like slaves,
without air or liht, and with salt
bread and biscujt for food. duringa
live month's voyage. This caused
dreadful results, such as scurvy,
consumption, etc., and reduced all
who outlived it to mero skeletons,
New Caledonia he terms a refuge
for adventurers of bad repute, and
speaks of its governor with horror
ami loathing; with him pirates and
slavers find refuge and -shelter,
IJochefort and companion, Paine,
in planningtheir escape familiarized
themselves with danger, several
hours each In the sea' where sharks
were numerous. He declines to
give all the particulars, as it might
compromise pertain brave people
who assisted them. In concluding
his Tetter, he regards MacMahon as
unfitted for the presidency.
Chicago, May 30.
The custom-house, all the courts,
the city and county offices, the
banks, board of trade, grain inspec
tion office, and many of the busi
ness houses of the city, are closed,
on account of decoration day. The
postofllce aUo closed at 10 a m.
New York, May 80.
Early this morning the work of
decorating graves. Farragutt's
grave in Woodlawn Cemetery was
utx-urami at uayoreak; over, two
thousand ladies and gentlemen were '
present. Four companies of ma- '
rines under command of Colonel
Broome, and five Postsofthe Grand
Army of the Republic participated i
in the eermonies. Pravm wm
said by the Rev. Mr. Parker, mar
tial airs were played, and songs
..wesuug uy we cnnstian Asso
ciation. Robert Andersnn. nf T,l-t,...
doli,.! I '""'. -"'"""V",
Minnr.ETOWN, Conn., May 30.
A nast irmdiifitp nf Hw WosW-nn
with the blood of fifteeen thousand I University, S. A. Russell, of Maine
r--- . - - w -
-was drowned while rowing on the
river last night, by being run down
by a ferry boat. Three of his com
panions who were in the boat at the
time, were saved; but he not know
ing how to swim, drifted down the
river a short distance, and then dis
appeared from view. The river was
dragged for the hotly, which was
discovered at about half-past ten
New York, Mav 30.
Tho French citizens have formed
committees comiosed of five dele
gates each from the different French
societies. One committee is to re
ceive Rochffnrt and the other is to
get up a banquet should he be
pleased to accept it. The commit
tees are composed chiefly of Com
munist refugees. Rochefort is ex
pected to arrive to-day.
All the banks are closed, siock
exchange, produce exchange, and
many, places of business also, in
honor of Decoration day. The
weather is fine.
It reported that Police Commis
sioners Charlock and Gardner have
been indioted for complicity In
frauds at last election.
Baltimore, May 30.
Yesterday was the fourth and last
day of tho Maryland Jocky Club
spring meeting. The weather "was
delightful, and the races were wit-nes.-ed
by fully ten thousand people,
Iwing the largest assemblage during
the present meeting. The first race,
a selling race for threo-yesr-ulds,
dash of one and a quarter miles for
a purse of $500, of which $100 went
to the second horse, was won by D.
J. Cros' bav Colt. TTnrrnli MnllSn
Darling second: time, 2:15. The
second race, handicap purse of $000,
Sot J40rsps ttjat have run during the
meeting, of which S10Q went to the
second horse, distance two miles,
was a dead heat hotween Catosby
and Granger, Business coming in
third time. 3:35;.
a loner nmtimi nnino;-.;,,..
rvi..i t-. . " '-"yo"-e
miuuuure rarragutt, and a num
ber of magnificent floral tributes
were laid on his grave. The ma
rines fired three rounds of musketry
over the grave which ended the
A large procession of citizens,
military, police, and various diftt.r.
ent societies passed down Broad wav,
enroute to Greenwood Cemetery,
via South Ferry. Numerous wagons
filled with beautiful flowers and
handsome bouquets, floral crosses,
immortal wreaths, etc. Many la
dies are in the procession.
The procession formed early this
morning in Union Square to deco
rate the graves in the different cem
eteries. Abraham Lincoln Post
ii o u"lls monument m
the Square coverintr tlio luiirttini
with boquets, crosses, wreaths ,and
floral mottoes. The head of the
statue was crowned with a laurel
wreath, all present sung marching
through Georgia. John Cochrane
delivered an oration. Washing
ton's monument was crowned with
laurel wreaths. Veterans of the
Mexican war decorated Gen Worths
monument, Madison Square. Gen.
lulward Jardiue, commanded the
procession. The ladies contributed
some handsome floral offerings.
The Videttc Club of Harlen con
tributed a splendid basket of white
flowers, bearing an inscription in
blue flowers in memorium.
Among the notables present were-
-ure. uen. Jantine, MissHalpine.
Major General Hancock, Lieut. Col'.
Manning, Gen. Joseph C. Jackson,
General Weber, General Wflcox,
Lieutenant Governor J C Robinson,
Generals Bowen and Owen, Mayor
Havemeyer, General Pinckney and
Brussels, May 30.
A congress of Euroiean powers
on international law during war
meets here July 15th.
Paris, Mav 30.
A section of the Assembly have
resolved in proposing a prolongation
of the Assembly until 1879.
The American pilgrims will leave
Paris for Rome, via Lourdes and
Paraylemonia, on Monday.
Paris, May 30.
It is said that Prince Hohenzollern,
the German Embassador, will re
quest President MacMahon to pre
vent any demonstrations which
tend to increase a bad feeling be
tween France and Germany.
Several hundred pilgrims have
left Marseilles for Para Du Surl.
race, a Compensation
miv f?TArt ..-! l i
iiui?i; ui couu nine ueais was won
by Tadladen with Dublin second,
time 1.44 144 and 149J. Fourth
race, grand steeple chase past
stakes, distance about two mlfes
and a half over regular steeple
chaso. Thp course was won by
George "West.'with Milesian second,
time, 5.17. In this raco Milesian
broko the sinews of his front leg
and is disabled as a racer for lire.
He was considered one of the finest
steeple chaser horses in the coun
trj He ran a mile and a half
after the accident and came very
near winning thp race, Milesian
has been very successful.
catafalque was tho most
prominent object of the procession,
being arranged; on a large express
wagon, drawn-'by eight horses. It
SSM of a pyramidial shaft,
bearing the Wrtnuon ,In Memo:
riurn;" the whole beJngiuiboHded in
beautiful flowers. Phil. Kear
ney Post. Ko. 18, was assigned as
guard of honor.
Various schools sent in contribu
tions of lovely flowers.
The procession started down
Broadway, at 10 a. ni., headed by a
detachmont of mounted police. The
first division was under the com
mand of W. B- Van Houton; the
second under W. B. Kraflt; the
imiu uiiuerjosepuiiatiietl, and the
fourth under M, A, Hem,
The procession marched down
Broadway-eroivds thronging the
sidewalks and filling windows,
roofs and balconies. On rcachiii"
tho South ferry tje. procession took
the boat for tho otlier side of the
river. The omnibus companies
have a full compliment of stages out
to-day. The strike has proved a
Julius Sarnor, convicted voter
day of perjury, attempted ti commit
suicide in-the Tombs to-day by 'tak
ing Paris Green. He wiirprobably
i S3 Farnhmm street'
HAS on hand a lull line of Ladin Goods
which he is closing ont at cost. GIte him
a call and cct good bargains.
EW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
3"He has on hand an cacellcn tcV of
rnts' wear, bes: in thoclty, of Eastern luanu
ure nr Louie made. &29trul
CARRIAGE, BUGGY and WAGON
N. E. CORNER o! Uth and nARNEi STS.
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lie that he is now read r to fill all con
tracts la ths abotc lines with neatness and
EXIreSS WaSOna MUUtinllr n Ti.n.1 .n.l
1K0 FJUHTCIIX STREET,
Sat. lOib. And. Xltlx.
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
THE"2? ,vCPPLIED na EVERV
J thing in the market.
JAllMeals Served to Order.-ft
0T8TESS BESTED Hi EVEBT STYLE.
GAME fJilS? " t0 ,aIt
Wilkesharre, Pa., May 31.
Yesterday morning' Mr. Fred
erick Meyers announced in the
papers of this city that tho use of
his opera house could be had by the
temperance crusaders on Sunday
afternoon. Ufis afternoon there
appeared some forty-two ladies and
were promptly admitted by Mr.
Meyers. The mooting was opened
by a lengthy prayer by Mrs.
Murawa, president of tho WJIhams
port crusaders, Mrs. Beera and Mr.
llotherlflk, -all of WjUiamsport
Mrs. Drum well staled their number
was over seventeen hundred' and
that they are sure of success, nnd
that nothing will deter them from
their work against selling of whisky.
Hymns were sung and the exercises
completed by the ladies offering
prayer for Mr. Mevers and his
family. The services lasted about
Washington, May 31.
The Indications arc tljat the Presi
dent will to-morrow send to the
Senate, the nomination of Colonel
Bristow, for Secretary of the Treas
ury, It is thought there will be sev
eral changes in thp treasury depart
ment, consequent upon the confir
mation of Bristow, wbo Is now iii
Washington. The nomination of
Rlchnrdson as Judge of the Court
of Claims, will ajso be bent to the
Senate this week.
New York, May 30.
Rochefort did not rrecelve any
visitors at hjs hotel. At 3 p. m. he
went out with a few of his frends,
and dined privately at Delmonico's.
It is stated that he will probably
leave his hotel to-day, and will re
side with a friend, during the re
mainder of his stay in the city. He
has declined to accept a banquet, but
will deliver a public lecture in
French, regarding the aim of com
munists. Jt Is reported thatFrench
spies are reporting his movements
to the home government
Washington, May 31.
The secretary of the treasury has
directed the assistant treasurer at
re,7 Yo,rit to sel1 one million and a
half gold on the first and third
Thursdays each, and one million
gold on the second and fourth
Thursdays each during the month
Washington, May CO.
The usual ceremonies of decorat
ing soldiers graves at Arlington and
National cemeteries in the vicinity
of Washington is in progress. At
Arlington Gen. Jos."R. Hawley,of
Connecticut, is general orator of the
day, and Col. Wa Lawrence,
member of Congress (ronj Qhjo, at5
the Soldier's Home Th"e depart
ments are aU closed, and busineffl
generally suspended throughout the
city. Flag3 are hoisted on aU the
puoitc Duiiaings and
New York, May 30.
The closing day of the 'spring
meeting at Fleetwood Park drew a
larger attendance than any prece
ding day, owing to a match race
between tjiQ celebrated trotters,
Judge Fullerton and'American Girl.
The first race, purse $500, for three
minute horses, eight entries, seven
started, two of which were dis
tanced in the first and one in the
second heat. Lady Holman won
the first heat In -2:30 ; and the next
three heats and rage was won by
Cora FM time 2:38, 2:35 and 2:37 j.
The match between Judtro Fniior.
ton and American Girl, for a nnrar.
of $2,000, was then trotted, with
Judgp Fujlerton the favorite at $100
to $80 in the first heat. An excel
lent start was made, and tho Girl
having the pole, she gently forged
ahead and led by nearly n length at
the quarter pole, which she increased
to nearly two lenghts at the half
mile pole. On the home stretch
sho trotted away from Fullerton,
winning tho heat by fully four
lengths. An oven start was made
for the second heat, but soon after
starting the Girl broke badly, and
tyice gjving the Judge the lead at
tho three-quarter pole of fivelengths.
In the third heat the Judge had the
pole, and was half a length ahead
at the word "go," which he steadily
increased, ant trotting splendidly,
while the mare broke up several
times. The Judge came in easy,
and winning the race. Betting was
now one hundred to thirty in favor
of Judge Fullerton, with but few
In the fourth heat the Girl broke
badly three times in going around,
leaving Fullerton to win the race as
she pleased. Time, 2:251; 2:233
o.oo. o oq i -i "J
, , WASHINGTON, May 30.
If the bill for the reorganization
or the army becomes law in its
presentshapo the present graduat
ing class at the military academy
at est Point will have to go home
without assignment and will con
sequently be out of the service.
The arguments on behalf of the
Central Pacific Railroad Company
was made to-day before the Hou'e
committee on Pacific Yailroads by
J. H, Storrs, counsel for the com
pany, who came from New York
in company with C. P. Huntington,
vice-president of the company, for
A letter has been received
dated Tokia. Japan, March 17, an
nouncing the organization of a
bureau of statlsticsV the Jar,anr.
government The plan of organ-
C0mPlete' and the powers
granted by the government are
Tr, tit Brooklyn, May 30.
John Western and Thomas Mur-
S.C; c- van Horn, became in-
ww C0ntroverey morn
g Jtem Sfiized a bottle and
and with the inm-d t ,.. I
ivate rosiaencea. i-..i . ii. '?. "- &uuoea
New York, MaySO .
Decoration Day being observed
to-day it is a partial holiday in
Brooklyn, Jersey City, Newark,
and the adjoining towns. Business
Is acknowledged ryeveryrodv TO
Published in Nebraska,
It Contains ZTorc Heading Mailer
and Less Advertisements than
any Newspaper Published
in the West.
Embracing a choice selection o
news and miscellaneous matter with
live Editorials-on all important top
ics ; complete and reliable telcgraph
icand local market reports to the day
of Issue, and a variety of State,East
ern and Western correspondence that
together make up a newspaper sel
dom equalled and never surpassed.
Every article going into tho col
umns of the BEE is carefully scru
tinized, and everything that can of
fend the most scrupulous, rejected.
But Independent In principle the
policy of the BEE, anil always has
been, to expose and denounce abus
es and corruption in the body poli
tic without fear or favor.
$1-50 Per A-mum,
EDITOR AND PEOPRIETOn,
13S Farnham Sired,
,, Havana, May 30.
The drilling of the White Horse
cavalry will take place on the 5th,
Proximo infantry on the 15th.
fhe quota of the Island force is
1S,000 cavalry and 48,000 infantry.
An encounter has taken place
with the insurgents in the outskirts
of Lane, Saufords lost 3 killed and
5 wounded and took four prisoners.
London. May 30.
Renteur telegrams announce that
Germany is working diplomatically
to annul the treaty of neutrality
with Luxumberg. This announce
ment being hostile to Germany
causes comment here, in view of
Renteur's former friendly relations
with Walli's Berlin official bureau.
m, ,T .... Home, May 30.
me ocecii enta confirms the
report the report of the Pope's re-
.iv-i. iiuiu ins iiiness.
Cardinal Varmicilla Cassino is
The Italian Parliament will prob
ably be dissolved in August. The
deputies of the Left will then de
liver an address to the nation.
It is thought that the Pope will
sanction the participation of Catho
lics in Uio next goneral election.
London, Mav 30.
The correspondence of the British
reign of office arising out of the
capture of the Virginius and the
subsequent execution at San Diego,
Cuba, js officially published. It
contains a dispatch of so late a date
as May 7, 1874, sent by the Earl of
Derby to Mr. Layard, the British
Minister in Madrid, in which the
Ibnupr says: "In view of grave
difficulties of the government of
Spain, Her Majesty's government
has been unwilling to press them
for an answer to their demand for
an acknowledgment of the wrong
done and for compensation to the
relativos of the victims who were
subjects of Great Britain." W.
now trust that there will bo nn fw.
ther delay on the part of the Span- I
ish government. i
Paris, May 30.
flie Left Centre held a meeting
yesterday, to consider means of op,
posing the Ronapartists. M. Favre
voted an alliance with the Right
Centre, so that an organization of
the Scptcnnate Right might be com
pleted. Electoral laws were passed
and the dissolution of the Assem
bly was then voted.
He tjoiisiucred that the electors
would be more moderate, if held mi
ller a settled government. The
meeting adjourned til Monday,
whon final aution was taken as to
tho course to be pursued.
A committee of tho Assembly,
having the subject under considera
tion, unaniiiioii-Iy approve of the
lwstal convention ljctween France
and the United States. But they
have decided to hear the state
ments of tho Duke De Cases, and
the postal directors, before making
a report to the assembly.
EMBBOIDERIES ! E3tBE,OX3DEE,IE!S
prices lowaa thaw ever.
20,000 Tards of Hanrturs j IserlingSof the Nowsst art Choicest Patterns
of this Season's Importation.
NEW WHITE GOODS, &C.
Nlwaeon-? Fl2?ooks Haida and Stripes
New Jaconets m Plaids and Stripes New Swiss and MuU S
Muslins, New Piques and Marseilles.
Black Alpacca and Mohairs-Another Case of tnese Popular
As we make a Sixa'alii of the above goods, Ladies will fin.l if tn u ,- i
fore-purchasing elsewhere. ' au,es w ,u lma " t to their ad vantage to examine our Stock, be-
New Spring Millinerv to be Opened Saturday, Mareh 7.
Cor. 1frm and Farnnam St.
JLLL STOCK!, 1873
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
viui,fcSALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh TTpttt anorir, t j.
I SlIIOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, RBPILLAIR
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELVET & BEAVER CLOAKIfffl
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWL BLANKETS, FLANr a
MiLRIISTO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOOD "
TABLE LLXEN GREAT VARIETY. AFDLT.T,v,no W-UO.
55 SJSS" CARPBTS' Cl0THS' Mmm M AND MATS,
City Meat Market.
A LAUGH SUPPLY OF
urniture, bedding, Mirrors,
to the FURTCTTTtot?
miu everyxning pertamino"
UJ i 1 I W l I M .1 n TT- -TZ T 1
ixwuoijcji xraae: nas lararelv mcreaqprl hiocTni, i u
PRinaE?)0me as'sortmenf pi FINEpMilnd1!?)0
US aftinaf ttfe Set f
anything in this line, to examine wlctifI0?6 desiring
mg. wvn. uciuiu purcnas-
le his s1
FARLOB:SETS .LOUNGES i &0 , UPgOlSTERED AND
WHOr.ESJLLE AXD KlirArL. TOBACCO,
-. Pipes and Smoieri' Articles. 18SDOCG
Lm J OJUHA, EB , Opposite JItra
pouun HotL Coniamm an.l TiM'.r. m
Between oth ana 10th.
CIIARI.BS FELDEUJIAS, Prop.
13tli St., bet. Fanili&m and Karncy.
AU .VJVHt,JAIORIKO' CLEANING and
t.bl AllUiiU done at rex-tunable ratea
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses Lis own medclnes, and besldta
regular pratlee, makes irxclalltles or Dirynge
tacnta and Plseases 1'ecuIUr to Women, rlatu
la. Piles an.l otber Dlseavs ol tie Eretuin.
OpiricEanJKeiHcnc, Corner FarnhaM anl
11th Strwt.", first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha, Neb. Address Lock Box ''(H.
STEAM ENGINE CO!
(Successor to Hall Eros.)
Mining & Mill
3VT AOEEIKTBH "ST,
And all kinds of
Corner Nicholas & ICth Streets,
&c, &c. &c.
S. K. t-OR.or
l IT tii.lPAUXIIAM.
Schneiaer & Bnrmester
TUT, COPPER AND SHEET IROX
W.VB. DEALERS IN
Cooking: and Heatinir SIotcs.
Tin Koofing, Spouting and Guttering don
we wat manner.
short r.otlce and in
CLARK & FREXCU.
Ad dealers In
Green Fruits in their Season
FRANK J. RAMBS
DRAPER & TAILOR
-ANL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
'u!l Assortment Imported Woolen?. All Work Warranted
S?,L:TarjaliamSt' - - Omaba, eT,.
OUCITED XNDPKOMrTt.r FILLED
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS I SUITS
Just Received ! Just Received "
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST :p:R,IO;E3S !
REFITTED WITHOUT" EXTRA CHARGE ! !
C. F. aiOB:L(LA.IT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13t3i and Harney Streets
o:m::e3:.a.. - . . -4,-
-1M J-" r-t
In Justice's Court, before John R. Torler, Jus
tice of the Peace, in and lor Douglas County.
Xtbraska. Julius Ttdele, Plaintiff, Charles
Ruelberg, de endant.
To Charle Euelbers, defendant:
Ton ara hereby notiHed that on the 11th day
of jray. A. D. 1371, said Justice Issued an order
of att chment In the abore entitled action, lor
the sum of S7T.0O on account. You are required
to appear in aid cause on the 21th day of June.
A.U.157I, at9o'c!octa.m. ' ""
JUUUS THIELE, Plalatia:
Spring and Summer Styles.
233 Farnfcam St Hear 14tn.
i'-W sLIsW ssssssssssT ssssssV
A t-JV WK sssssssssssssH lasssssssssssssssV
flV ffl sssssssl sB
Fine and Medium Clothing,
and Furnishing Goods.
CHEAPER THAK THE CHEAPEST.
!.!. taU-nse, "WS K!.fSSn!:
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