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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 3, 1874.
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THE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD KOSEWATEK, Editor ana rrcp
Office Xo. 13S lrlin reet.lcUr.
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LEADING HATTER I
The most cheering sign of tne
times is that indefatigable organ
grinder on our street corners.
The reception of the noble chari
ty dispenses by his former adjutant
was more CHiLD-like than bland.
George "Washington Seccx
dus in the revival tent, reminds
us involuntarily of a whale resting
on an oyster bed.
Now that the rural Nebraska
Doctors are in the metropolis the
country precincts are enjoying a
healthy upell. When tne cat is
away the mice are at play.
Nothing has been heard of that
$1,500, but there is some talk of
changing the text baoks back again
on the fely without creating too
VERY LATEST. TELEBRAPHIG.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
BpocUllT Beported for the Omaha Daily Bee,
by thi Atlantic Pcic Teleeraph Co.
Sax Fkaxcisco, June 2.
Victoria Wbodhull lectured here
to a very large audience last night.
She was his.-tnl several times.
OMAHA BUSINESS BIKECTORY.
MeflureA Smith. 1S3 llrocy aticcL lt.
Ilth afd 12th. l13tl
GLASS AS1) PICTTJKS PRIMES.
T Iteinhart. 13: Iou4l rtrwi "";. n.
J. window glass and picture Irani s. "
done to order.
BOOTS AST) SH0E3.
Wit:1Xil'TU'Mm st' utT
HL Ijtev. corner lith ml D uglw '"U.
m.nutiturer and wl...lale .erto
and'.iaud con e tfouery. Country trade so
. licetcd- v
Poland A Kill .t.coaI, lime, cement ',rtc.,
131 Faro'uaui st. feUsuiS
T A. JUrder.diussM, corner 12 h and liar-
- 1- Elgutter, No. 203 Faraham at. ielTtf
Anew laundry op-ned at 5U lUh V.. Ut
fVnbaiu and 'nou;ia. The wasMns and
lron'ne will be done to order, nrst class rfc
Lehman A Hard, l.oa-e and tlfin l5"'"'
f li"a bet! Flrnham and Harney. a2tf
SOAP rAOTOEY. ,
Premium Soap "VVorVa. Powel A Or, s III
mTuTaetuxc thKr l-.eu.lum Soap. Ilje
MMiw awarded by ibe IHMK'a county
.ndt.te lairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders 'solicited Irom the trade
In order to preent "grave" er
rors, we may as well state that Dr.
Johnson is not a meinljer of the
State Medical Society. His diplo
ma was issued at the Elysian Col
lege, and he is thereby authorized to
pracJce among political patients
An indiscriminate t-raugMcr in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Ootthcimer,
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
9lb street lietween Jones and Ltsnenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEErSTHE MOST COMPLETE ASSOllT
met of Iulie.' and Gents' draw hat, triui-mi-1
and tiiitrlmiiiol, I'araiols. l:que, Mar
sillw Nainsoots and all kinds of l'ry l,o.Td,
Lad:eVandint' 15o f.etc. My lliieofl)ry
(loodt is Coniplcto Srllillionly lor CASH, I
am able tj USIlrK.SI.l.L any other lHalerin
the City Our IMUCESare lAtWEIl than over
heard illielore. uiyHm-pl
,, M. FKASCIS
KJ.V ABOUT THE WAT EC WOHKS
Tlie rrntral city of the Wett
Qulie tiroudtif late liastrorn,
A- d feels It can no lonr wait
ATT0HXEYS AT .LAW.
OFFICE Crcl?Uton Wock, Omaha. Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney an' ;Cuasclor at Law.
rOPPICE Eooat ?
. - NEB.
oOHX W. LYTLE,
-Orer First fiatioaal Eink,
A cool sized pondtooc.
nip ercatrst cities of the woi
Whu wish to cut a swell,
At oi.ee erect a cserv lr
Uion their hignest hill.
We read in tha dys of Xoali
That water wo is were trii-d;
Tlie trouble wa t ey had noaeceri,
An 1 so the peoi 1- died.
Let us then reiutml-er
If water works we try.
To put in seweiSKCod and slrorg,
And make our street, quite dry
And when the thing is dons
We'll celebrate at once,
Then every body In thetuwn
Vijl bi:y their hats of Bunce.
For all bow strlfs that sow are out,
Some fllty kinds or n ore,
Yiu'il find them cheap at lluucvi
Famous New York store.
Th Chtmu'on Utter of ths West, JSa Dou;-
Attorney at Lawt
Ts-rr:r htrest. oma.ua
OtO. U. O'lIlEX.
. X. BiLDWlX.
miHWIX & O'UKIEX.
ATTORNEYS 5 LAW
OSce-CaldwsJl JJlock, Douglas Street,
OMAUA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
f el-. .Jtf
JAS. m. arviTTiE,
WHOLES VI.E nCALEllN
and IBS Farnhain Street.
VAN BOKN'S MACIUNE
All kinds of light and heary
MACHINERY X.1DE& REPAIR LD.
S&All Wort GuaranleeJ.-Wl
J01IN C. CO WIN,
253 5AENET STEEET,
-o io" 23 e
T. W. T. llichurds,
Attorney at Law,
Office 310 13th St., cL rarnham
and Douglas, Omulia, Xcb.
P' 0. Box 8D V?ul1
O: U. BALLOU.
ED. II. GLAiOOWr'.
Ballou & Glasgow,
Office n Crclghton's new bl.wk, southeast cor
bAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
242 FAKNHAJI BTREAT.
i im K3 w. V. fxa E, I Omaha, Ncbraika.
CllaRJE F SPKaS',X. '
-Ma' racruRs or asd dkauc ia
lmfcrrqHlHS ad Wlmdow Stales,
(HttOSOS, ESGttATISHS AS!)
170 Farnhmn atrrct. corner FlftMnlfc
233 Donglu Street, Omaha," Ujtrasi
Baz, Patient Wheel. Road wigons, Trot
ting Sulkies, hke'etons Ltudebaker's,
Celebrated Wa o s, James It.
bill's CeUb-ated Con
ItM.es. rt'.ankets.Wagon Material of all Pecrip
lious, SpVe, llubt, Felloes, and all kindsof
'JhimbleSkuns, Axlts andSpnuc;.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTOIIXEI AND C0USSELL0R AT
No. 2JJ Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
JIUS. K. II. PALMElt,
Booms, 2C2 Douglas St. near ,15.h, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
pitterns and willgu rautee satisfaction In all
Cutlln? anl Filliop a Specialty.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
room 9, Visscher's Koci,
OMAHA, - XEBR.
j. . spacn. nAO. - ra-ircHSTt
SPAUN & PRITCHEH,
Atlomcj-8 tud Couoselors at Law.
Office, 5C TweUtb btrcet.
a.t.i... I,nrk Kn 4.. Omaha. Keb.
G. W. AMBH0SK,
4,-ftoxrxa.o-v X, av
1CEUICS 0PEBA HOUSE
iS3 Farnham stret-t-
-rWASiinhand a full line
M which he Is closing out at cost.
a call and cet good bargains.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Z-He has on hand an cacellcn itocfc of
gents' wear, bes" In the city, of Eao. wacu-
i ure or Dome maue.
JUUX K. KBLLKt ,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
OSsa-KooaJ, Creignton Kock, I . OMAHA.
Oor. 15th aal foajlas Ets. J
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED ASDPBOJtTT
ly attends t to. So charge unless callec.
ttoas are made. lUuses toltt and rent col
ectel. Ileal esUte boughi and sold. aplTU
We J. CONNKLL,
jjtrfct Attoraej for Sjscea Jsi--idal
OFHCS-SoothWe oltFaraham, etwetn
lbth r,1 16ia Hi., oppoalte Conn Boom.
CARRIAGE, 11UGGY and WAGON
N. E. COIiSEE of 14th and HAKKKi STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lic that he Is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the above lines with neatusas and
0Ezpress wagons constantly on hand and
10 FARNHAX STREET,
Sot. lOtb. And. IXtlx.
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
"WASinxaTOX, June 2.
Mr. "Wright gave notice that lie
would to-morrow call up the hill re
ported hy him from the Judiciary
Committee, declaiing the true in
tent and meaning of the Un'on Pa
cific railroad acts.
Mr. Morrill (of Maine), from the
Committee on appropriations, re
ported the pension appropriation
bill with amendment. Placed on
The amendment fisca the pen
sion agents' fees at 25 cents instead
of 20, as provided by the House.
Mr. Logan, from the Military
Committee, leporied unfavorably n:i
sevcal minor uin, anti me um
mittee was discharged from further
consideration of them.
Mr. Sherman from the Comnii.
tee on Finance, reported back the
bill to amend the customs, revenue
laws and repeal the moities, with a
number of additional amendments,
one of which proposes an appropria
tion of S100,000to enable the Secre
tary of the Treasury to make com
pensation for informers during the
next fiscal year. The billwasplaccd
on the calendar.
The moiiiing hour expired rnd
the Senate resumed the co.isidera-
ti n of the Indian appropriation bill.
A number of unimportant amend
ments submitted by the committee
were agreed to.
Mr. Cunningham submitted an
amendment increasing the appro
priation for contingent travelingex
perces etc, of superintendents and
agents from $200,000 to $400,000;
agreed to. Also an amendment ap
propriating the necessary sum from
the funds of the "Winnebago In
dians in "Wisconsin to purchase
from the Omaha Indians in Xeb-as-ka,
such a quantity of land not ex
ceeding twenty sections, as mr.y be
required for the use of the "Winne
bagos; agreed to. Also an amend
ment striking out the provision that
all examinations of vouches and
accountants shal hereafter be made
The request of the Uoue for a
conference commit.ee on di-ag cc
ing vote? on the banking bill, was
The Indian appropriation bill was
then reported to the Senate, read
the third time antf passeu.
Mr. "Windom moved to take up
the reolulion reported by him in io-
gard to cheap transportation, which
was agreed to.
Mr. Sherman Niid the resolution
would ho uufhihhed to-morrow, and
move 1 an executlvo fees.-iou.
Mr. "Windom, from the commit
tee on transportation, leporied a
fcubatilute for the bill to regu'ate
inter-state railway commeice;placcd
on the calendar.
Tlio Sena.tc went into executive
session and soou after adjourned.
Mr. Poland of the judiciary com
mittee, called up the bill reported
by him s-ome lime ago in relation to
com t3 and judicial ollicers in Utah.
Mr. Cosna moved a Mihsiitut" for
the section in relation to summons
ing grand and pelit Jurors icqiicst
intr the lists to be made upon male
citizens regardless of politics, leli
gon: or social positions.
Tlie'speaker informed the House
that two bills from tho jutliehuy
committee passed last night had
ra3sed ovco befo-e this session.
They continued theconsideiationof
M-. Poland brleily explained tjio
Mr. Crounse opposed tho bill as
establishing a dange'-ous p.ecetlent,
and saii hp resetted to notice the
sentiment on" the huujeot ia thp
House. He' hail heard members
siillng near him say in eloquent and
foicible language, that they ditl not
care what in bei' it contained, they
were joing fcr it.
Mr. tfotUjr onposed the bill.
Mr. Cannon, delegaro'f.wn Utah,
cpoke at length In opposition i3 th?
bill, declaring it unjust to the s? -tory,
inasmuch as it was special in
its nrovisions. Ir thet; was any
reason for If, that, rasqa applied to
all other territories. He' changed
that the United States Marshal and
District Attorney for Utah, had been
lobbying for the MH, and that it
would make tho Marshal's office
worth $50,000, as it swept away 24
shcriiTx, and substituted the Marshal
and his assistants. He claimed that
thp affairs of the territories had
been most economically mannged,
and that the bill was in the interest
of robbers who waited to get con
tracts of the territory for purposes of
Mr. "Ward advocated the bill, de
claring It was more-iiueraiiq terri
tory of Utah than the law wai to
other territories. He would put a
stop to polygamy, not in the name
of religion but in the name of justlee
Mr. Poland closed the debate and
declared as an, undeniable fact that
the manners were hostile to the
government as any portion of the
people of the south had been in the
darkest hours of tlifl rebellion. He
said the law nasscd by an act of
Congress twelve years ago against
polygamy had leen openly and un
blushingly disobeyed, and he de
clared that Congress should cither
repeal that law or take means, sucn
as this bill afforded, to have in en
forced. The House ' then proceeded
to vote on the bill and the amend
ment was rejected.
Mr. Barber offered an amend
ment providing that the salary of
tho District Attorney shall not ex-
ceetl'3,500 am any excess in fees to
be rejxirted to the Treasurer, agreed
to. The hill passed 150 to 55.
The remainder of the session was
given to the committee on public
buildings and grounds. Several
bills were disposed of. The House
took a recess.
Montreal, June 2.
Schooner C. B. Benson, Toledo,
passed down yesterday bound
for Cork, Ireland, with a cargo of
com. This is a commencement of
direct trading between the west and
Europe via the St Lawrence.
ItoWDoiN, Me., June 2.
The rebellious students have ac
cepted the terms proposed by the
faculty, and agree to return to their
duties and studies as formerly. It
is expected that the military drill
will soon be abolished.
Niagara Falls, June 2.
A man named McCullough, while
panning the second Sisters Island
bridge, yesterday, fell into the rapids
and was being hurried to the dread
ful falls, when, he caught on a rock,
and hung until Thomas Conway, at
the peril of his life, tied a rope to
his body, and made his way to the
rock and rescued McCullough. The
rock was but one hundred feet from
.Brooklyn, June 2.
Michael Devine, a cooper, resides
at 35 North Eighth street with his
wife and three children, while read
ing a paper this morning his wife
came up behind him and struck
him a blow on the head with a
coopers' hammer, fracturing his
skull, but did not deprive him of
his senses. Before she could re
peat the blow he got out of the house
and hastened to a police station,
where he related the circunistances,
sayg that he thought his wife had
gone mad. His wounds were
dressed and two officers were sent
to the house. "When they reached
the house the found that she had
become mad and had murdered her
three children after her husband
had left the house. It appears that
see took a heavy Hat iron and dashed
their brains out. She was arrested.
The husbands injuiies are fatal.
Boston, June 2.
At a meeting of the Corn Ex
change this forenoon a resolution
was unanimously adopted which
approves of reciprocity with Cana
da under proper limitation.
Judire "Lowell, of the United
States Court, has delivered his
opinion in the case of Golding
against the Union Pacific Railroad,
and has refused to issue an order to
the company directing them to show
cause why a decree of bankruptcy
should not issue.
MARKETS bY TELEGRAPH.
Madrid, June 1.
The National forces have entered
Chelua, dispersing a body of four
OLosiisra- ottt s-a.Xj:e
Madrid, June 2.
A Spanish frigate has arrived at
Oran, Algiers, to take on board and
bring to this country the convicts
who escaped from Cartegena at the
time of the Intransigents' insurrection.
Bayonne, June 2.
The town of Hernani is hard
pressed by Carlists, and the Repub
lican commander requires reinforce
ments. Gen. Lonia, with the first
corps of the army of the north, has
joined Gen. Concha's command at
"Washington, June 2.
Commissioner Drummond for
mally gave up his office yesterday
to his successor, Mr. Burdett. Du
ring this ceremony all the chiefs of
the various bureaus in the general
land office, together with their sub
ordinates, filed into the ollice of the
commissioner and presented Mr. D.
with a memorial, expressive of their
high regard, signed by ITS persons
in the department, and hadsomcly
Ottawa, Ont., June 2.
Mr. Dorion, Minister of Justice,
is appointed Chief Justice, and Mr.
Goof Irion enters the cabinet as
Ministor of Internal Revenue, It
is reported that Joseph Hiekson,
Secretary Treasurer of the Grand
Trunk Railroad, has been appointed
General Manager of the road, vice
C. J. Brydges, resigned. The
Times, Government organ, editori
ally says that from "Washington
news received thus farthat reciproc
ity may be looked forward to with
some degree of certainty. Small
pox l- raging in Hull.
New York Money Market.
New York, June 2.
Money Eay at 23 per cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull
steady at 4874SS for sixty
and 901(Si4Jl lor sight.
Gold Very quiet and devoid of
any interesting feature; shipments
Europe to-day about half a million
coin ; opened at 12J; declined to
12; now 12J.
Governments Steady ; transac
Stocks More active but lower
this morning, with a decline rang
ing from i to 3 lcr cent.; market
now better, but prices will go still
lower before any positive upward
turn is assured. Erie' 32 J; Pacific
Mail 421; U P 2GJ; W U V2.
This afternoon a meeting of the
members of the Stock Exchange
will be held to appoiut a committee
to visit "Washington and protest
against the new tax resolutions now
under consideration in Congress,
which includes tax on sales of Gold
and Government Stocks.
New York, June 2.
Heiui Roehefort, communist, re
mained at the Giand Central Hotel
to-day and received but few visitors.
Oliver Paine, one of hiscoifipanions
states that Roehefort is preparing
lectures to be delivered here at an
early date, for the benefit of political
pri-onprs n Now Caledonia. He
remains here eight or ten days tjiei
sails for England.
Roehefort lectures Thursday in
the Academy of Music, on French
Washington, June 2.
A call has been issued for the as:
fcemblihgnexl week of the Nation
al Republican Committee to take
into consideration tho present con
dition of tho political situation, and
for consultation generally about the
good of the party.
The Pacific R. R. committee to
day hearu argument y ex-benafor
Thayer against tho bill to remove
the terminus of the Union Pacific
Railroad from Omaha to Council
IlluHs. Judge Oilell represented
the Iowa side of the question. The
committee will rekiHioconsjdQrntion
of this subject next Monday. It is
not expected that Congress will
t take any definite action on the bill
St. Louis, June 2.
A special from Little Rock to the
Democrat says: Sheriff Vaughn,
county trpnsnrpr Ivjnyon. supervi
sor Murphy and several other lead
ing republicans of Jefferson county,
were arrested a week ago for trea
son and thrown into jail. Only two
of these gentlemen were in Brooks'
service or had anything to do with
tho late troublos, John A. Wil
liams, attorney for these parties, was
also arrested and confined in jail. A
trial was remanded on Saturday,
but both trial and bonds were refu
sed, and all the parties are still in
prison. The nlleged cause of the ur
resta is to break up ibe "republican
party in that county. "v-
The Little Rock Gazette says:
Governor Baxter wHl.not approve
of the amnesty act. Arms are be
ing sent daily to counties in the
State where Republicans have the
majority, (o arm the militia with a
design to intimidate and overthrow
the colored votes, and to prevent
tho election of Republicans to the
Constitutional Convention. E. "W.
Thompson, Baxter's chief of staff,
on Saturday, officially announced
and ijotified Judge "Warwick of the
chancery court, mid Thomas C.
Peack, Justice of the Peace, that
martial law still existed, and that
they must govern themselves accordingly.
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 2.
llour State and "Western, 5 15
5 75 ; extra, 6 000 50.
"Wheat Easier ; No 1 spring, 1 51
1 52 ; No 2 Chicago, 1 451 47 ;
No,2 Milwaukee spring 1 41
Corn Easier; 80
Oats Quiet ; white, G203.
Rye 1 101 12.
Provisions Dull & unchanged.
Leather, iron and wool Un
changed.. Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, June 2.
Flour Dull and unchanged; good
and choice extras 5 255 50; low
and medium, 5 25a5 50; supers, ?50
Vluat Steady, Cash 1 lCJa
1 17f. K0 i, r 22, No 2 1 ICal 1C,
June and July closed 1 lCUtl 1GJ;
No 3, 1 14 rejected.
Corn Quiet, cash 50Ja5Gh .Tuly
5SI; high mixed 5GJ. ' '
Oats In demand, higher; No. 2,
2 442 45 ; closed at 2 45.
Rye Quiet and steady ; No 2, 90
Rarioy Quiet and unchanged;
1 401 85.
Pork Steady and a shade better;
17 2517 30 ; closed June at 17 20
Lard Steady aw higher, 1 5.
Bull; Meats Steady and un
changed. Eirjis Easier at 12.
Butter "Weak at 15 20.
Whiskv Firm and higher at 94
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 2.
Flour Quiet, weak, unsettled.
Wheat Dull, drooping; No, 2
Corn Active; higher, No. 2 54
-56; on track, 565GJ ; June57i
OalMDull and lower, at 43.
Rye Dull;' loweVX -
Barley Dull. -
Whisky Quiet at 95.
Pork Dull; 18 00 delivered.
Bulk ifeata Nominal.
Lard Quiet; "good at 11.
Bacon 5 005 40.
Paris, June 2.
A dispatch from Morocco says
12,000 inhabitants of the city of Fez
have risen in consequence of the
re-imposition of tl e gate tax. All
business was stopped, but at last
accounts there had been no fighting.
It was hoped that the Sultan would
yield to the decree of the people and
remove the objectionable tax.
Meluournk, June 2.
The ship British Admiral from
Liverpool for this port went ashore
on King's Island in Bass Stait, and
became a total wreck. She had on
board forty-four passengers and a
crew of thirty-eight persons, all of
whom were lost except four passen
gers and five seamen. King's Is
land is uninhabited and very dan
gerous to shipping. Several vessels
have gone ashore there and became
Paris, June 1.
The Left Centre at their meeting
yesterday took action toward an
alliance with tho Right Centre. X
motion was drawn up in favor of
establishing a Republican Govern
ment, which all members of the
Left will sign in the event that the
Right Centre will support it when
submitted to the Assembly.
M. Gambetta has gone to Auxerre,
where he is to deliver an important
speech on the iralitical situation in
the Assembly this evening.
The municipal and electoral antl
organization bills have passed their
The Catholic Club gave a ban
quet to" American pilgrims to-day.
Compte DeSuer occupied the chair
and propo-ed toasts to the Pope and
American bishops, which were
received with great enthusiasm.
Judge Thread, of New Orleans, gave
a sentiment in honor of Catholic
France, and in an eloquent speech
revived memories of Chambeau and.
Lafl'ayette. Messrs. 'Forbes,
Scwangcr and others made appro
Ladies' Ready-Made Suits
To make more room for our stock of specialties, viz
EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS.
We have concluded to close out our READY-MADE SUITS at the following reduced prices:
$ 4,00 $ 5,50
15 Ladies Suits with Skirt and Polonaise,
5 Percale "Wrappers, at
The Goods are all new, and bought from the manufacturer for Cash.
ttttlsE23'JLl!TrI?&. IRZEIMIIN -A.HSTTS.
lightly soiled, to be sold at ex-
Oor.ltb. and Farnham Sta., Omaha, XTob,
We have also arranged on our center counters a lot of remnants, and goods
tremeiy low prices.
FjSlX.Ij STOCK, 1873 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
London, June 1.
As the Prince of Saxe warmer was
leaving his residence this afternoon
to attend the levee, he was fired at
by an unknown asns'r vho vs-
lie had previously received threat
ening letters, as had alo the Duke
of Cambridge and Mr. D'Israeli.
In the Jlouscof Commons yester
day ovening Sir II. Wolff moved
that the salary of the British Min
ister at Washington bo reduced to
$o,000. The vote was rejected by a
vote of 89 to 2.
Tho dekito in tho ITqiisc of Com
mons, last evening, on the salary of
tne minister at aslimgton wiis un
usually interesting. It a.rose from
the fact that the approval of the
IJousp was requ.red for an increaso
of tho salary proposed by the gov
ernment. Sir II. Wolff moved that
the amount the government recom
mends be reduced llvq thousand
dollars. :He said ho' opposed the
increase because Sir Edward Thorn
ton's residence at Washington
has been signalized by a series of
diplomatic disasters and because
Americans would rpgard such in
crease as a 'mark of approbation,
which tlio lato government lavished
upon negotiations of the Washing
ton treaty. Mr. iioanie, unuer sec
retary of foreign department, stated
that no blame could attach to bir
Edward, Th.oniton for his conduct of
tho result of negotiating with the
United States, and he stated that
the reason for adding'to Ills salary
was simply because expenses, living
in Washington, had increased. Af
ter defoat of Sir II. Wolff's motion
ip further objection was made.
The Viceroy of India telegraphs
that rain has been general north of
the Ganges, jmd portions of the
country slope and river has been
visited with rain.
Mr. Wilkie Collins makes anoth
er appealfor assistance for irr, Dal
louT&S elooutjonlst, whose illness
contlnuesBd whose destitute con
dition is attributed to the fact that
the proceeds of hi'sS'gidings have
been larcelv devoted" tocT&ri table
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEAVER CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SfcLAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
LADIES' -a.3xr:i3 ojacxxixsmjxtf'fli
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIKEN IX GREAT TARIETY. A FULL LIXU QF
ENGLISH AND AMER1GAM CARPETS, OIL CLQTBS. MATTING RUGS AND MATS
CHEAPER; TS:A1T THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
E?Si g0?ds' hQk ke js offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everv one desiring
anything hi this line, to examine his stock before purchas
ing. PAKLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
JUVJKJb.U 1U UlCDliK.
gQ3 Fnrnhtm Btroot. Oxxx.5bm.
The Herald this mornhif'.jiub-
thing la the market.
J thing Ii
pes from 7 u m. to l'J p. ra
f-All Meals Served to Order.
0TSTEM SEBVED Df EVEBT BTTLE.
New York, June 2.
Tho trial of police commissioners
CharljcK and Gardner, and election
inspector Buck, indicted for election
frauds, has been set down for thp
15th inst. The bail of the defend
ants is fixed at 51,000 each. Gard
ner furnished the neeestary security-The
work of procuring a jury in
the case of A. It. Roberts, the bond
forger, still continues.
In Oyer and Terminer court, John
Given, murderer of police officer
Gibney, was this morning senten
ced to 2 years imprisonment
Halifax, N. S., June 2.
The steamship Faraday, with the
new opposition cable on" board, has
arrival ntt f IIP VIOSr.
New Yomc, June 2.
Hbhes an interesting letter lronvLt.
Hayncs, of the Royal Navy, to Dr.
IIyc.s, Ihc well-known Arctic ex
plorer,' glvng an account of a por
tion of the cruh-e of the British ship
Challenger, which sailed from Eng
land two years ago on a voyage of
discovery" rounif the world. The
letter is dated at Melbourne, March
18, 1874, The chief importance at
tached lo tho letter Is that it shows
the Challenger to have done away
with ho continent in tho Antartic
ocean, previously supposed to exist
there, which was discovered by
"Wilkes and assigned by him to the
termination of land- The Challen
ger erujscd about the place as indi
cated on maps, hut discovered noth
ing except icebergs. The Challen
ger expects to reach Hong Kong by
It has been decided that Roche-
fort will deliver a lecture at the
Academy of Music on Friday eve
ning. Subject Events In France
since the fall of the empire. The
proceeds to be sent to Rochefort's
former companions m Is ew Caledo
nia, who are stqrving and in the
direst, misery. Roehefort leaves
for Yonkers to-day and re
mains at relletier's country resi
dence until Friday, where he will
prepare his lectureand obtain neces
sary quiet-- Jit's possible he mayjde
livpr a lectureat Boston, and if time
permits, another at Philadelphia.
For some cause he will nrobably
leave America Saturday week.
Fainc and Benedict, his compan
ions, also leave Pascal Grousset,
another communist) who escaped
with Roehefort, is expected to-day
from San Francisco.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 2.
Cattle 4,000; dull, eay, buyers
waiting for lower prices ; light steers
5 40 ; choice steers 5 SOao 8G; extra
steers GJ ; Texans, 3Ja5.
Hog receipts, 13,000 ; quipt, easier;
closed, dull, but not quotably lower;
poor to common 4 65a4 C5J; medium
to fair 5 40; extra 5 OOaO 15.
Sheep receipts 230; common to
choice Sherne 4 50a4 53; poor to ex
tra choice wooled 4 50a4 o".
S. K.OR.or t!T bjuIFAKXIIAM.
Sclmcider & Burmoster
TIX, COPPEK AND SHEET IU05
WAP.E. DEALEPJS IS
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
FRANK J. RAMGS
DRAPER & TAILOR
AN1 DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
FiiH Assorlmcnlor Imported Woolens. All Work Wanted.
a?gjr1!BllaaaBt - - OSiafca, Wo.
abort notice and
1e ine best manner.
City Meat Market.
Krp oomtantlj- on hand
A LARGE SUPrZY OF
Just Received !
SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received !
JOHN H. GKEEN,
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST IFIRIQJES !
ItEFITTED WITHOUT EXTKA CHARGE ! !
C. F. HICKMAIT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Sarnoy Streets,
i.5b0w.A.:E3:-A.. - usteib.
Louis Live Stock Market.
St, Louis, June 2.
Cattle Receipts, 700. Market
quiet; Texans, 5 005 50 ; medium
to fair hutchew, 4 004 75; prime
to choice steers 5 00a5 25J.
Hogs Receipt, 4,000. Market
steady; light to heavy, 4 40
H. WILLIIELM. J TATLOB.
TTILLHEUt : TAYLOR,
17th and Ctiaso streets,
OMAHA, - - - NEB,
AEE now prepared to deliver in large or
nnall quantities, their mild aupr cured
OKESuai" brand ofTiams and breakfast
locoD.pat upexprrs-ly for family- ue. On
hand pure kettle-rendered leaf lard, hj- the
barrel or in cans of 10, 15,23 or Jfts.
carOrdeia promptly filIed.TTa
O I O- -A- IR, s,
WHOLESALE AXI UETATIi. TOBACCO,
l'iiM and ."n.okcr.' Articles. 1M DOUG
LAS .ST.. OMAHA, NEK., Opposite Metro
politan llotei. Consumers and Dealers will
Und it to thoir advantage to examine my stock
before purchasins elsewhere. mvl5-Jr
Between 9th and 10th.
CnARbES FELBEIUIASf, Prop.
13th St., fcet. Farnham and Harnej.
All kinds of TAILOEINd, CLEANING and
BEPAUUNQ done at reasonable ratca
Dispenses his own nxeddnea, and beside
regular practice, makes specialities of Derange
ment and Disgases Peculiar to Women, FUtc
la, Piles and ow Diseases of the Eectam.
Office and Bealdencc, Corner Farnham and
lith Streets, first door to the ngbt, up stairs
Omaha, Neb. Address Lock Box. "(H.
225 Faraloa Stmt, - - Oaaia, Keh
WHOLESALE A5D E5TAIL BKALKS IX
Spring and Summer Styles.
238 Farnliam St. XToar 14th.
261 Karuham St.. Be. Istb -t 1SU
laamr T T JXL- w
UNDERTAKER FURNITURE. BEDDING, ETC,
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and Furnishing Goods.
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