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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 1874.
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THE DAILY- BEE.
EDWAKD UOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'i
OSc-Xo.l38 FnilM ireet.btw.
Sloth and Temtb.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One ropy, one year, in advance tJ.JM
' six months. In advance 4.00
" three roenthi in adranee 2.W
IWIf not paid in adranee, J per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS .DIRECTOR!"
McClureA tmltli. J85 llaruey street. It.
llth abd ISth. declStl
QLAS3 AHD PICTtJBE FBiHES.
JBelnhart. 13 IKju.Im street, dealer In
.-window glass audpiUurjiraui;. f Hazing
done to order. 2ll
B00T3 AM) 8H0E3.
Philip Ling, 155 Farnham t, between 10th
HL. Later, corner 1Yi and I .uglas streets,
unnufcturer and wholesale dealer In
ind a and confectionery. Country trade so
Fland A Elliot, coil, lima, cement hair, etc.,
15 FATuhaui st. feliltfiuS
J A. Roller, djuzsist, conur 12ih and Har
Elguttcr, No. 200 Fartloa at.
Anew laundry opened at 511 llth si., I
Farnhaui and Douglas. The washing and
Ironing wiU b done to rder, firm class wort
Lehman A Beard, boue and sign Ptltitrn,
luth at. bet. F.rnhim cm J llarney. a2itf
Fcatinm Soap Works. lMwel' A Co, still
manufacture their P.etuium Soap. Hre
irstT.rBi;u awarded by the lK.uSla county
ind state iht, anJ PotUwtttainie county, la.
Oruers solkilUfroui the trade.
E. ESTABUO'JK. . M- FBASCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crei?hton Block, Omaha, Neb-
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Attorney ud" Counstlor at Lair,
t rOFPICE Boom So VlsachM'a BUfc
CVIAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
A.ttoraerat-Law aad Solicitor la
OFFI0b0rer First Hatlonal Banlc,
Attorney at LawV
8031-2 THttTEBSTH 8TBEET. OMAHA
. A, BALDVnK. UfO. U. O'BUKN.
BALBWIBT A O'OKIEV.
Offiea-CaldwiU Clock, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, '- - - - NEBRASKA.
joim c. cavviN,
T. W. T. IMchards,
Attorney at Law,
OUce 510 13th SU, bet. Paraaaat
aad Doaglas, Omuka, Neb.
P' 0. Box 80 uglall
O. U. BAIXOU.
ED. a GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Crelgbtou'a new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - EB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOr,,
Attorneys at Law,
343 FARNHAM BTBEAT.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. 250 Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEB,
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Xaw
Room 9, Vlsscher's Bock,
OMAnA, - - XEBR.
j. a. srau.
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attoraeys aad Couaselors at Law.
Oaot, 506 Twellth Utroet.
aiJM. Jm Rat ana, Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttOTOOT - At - Zj W
BEDICKS OPERA HOUSE
OMAHA - rEB.
JOIIX B. KBU.KV.
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
Offioe-Booai, OrelgatoB Block,! . OKABA.
. Oor. 15th ajjlUoaslM Bts. J .
1 ly attended to. No charge inleH collec?
tions are made. Hoqiea to let and rents rej
ected. Real estate bought and sold. apl7tl
W. J. CONNIXL.
tftrkt Attaraoy far Sacff Ji
l5thJlitltU.I9PU Court Hwm.
And the colored troops (on the
police) fought nobly.
Councilman Ex-Acting Mayor
Gibson is opposed to furnishing ice
for the city officers. This kind of
economy some people would pro
nounce a "big thing on ice."
The contributions at the revival
tent are getting slim again. That
comes from allowing minstrel shows
and organ grinders to impoverish
Onvl thirty days of preparation
remain for our eloquent Fourth of
July oratory and if they want to
give a graphic tlocription of the
American Eagle resting with one
foot on the Rocky Mountains and
the other on the north pole,they had
better start for Tike's Peak on the
Aprpos of the medical fraternitj-.
It is said nothing vexes a physician
so much as to be sent for in great
haste and find little or nothing the
matter with the patient. An ex
change vouches for the veracity of
the following item to illustrate this
peculiarity: "An eminent English
surgeon was once sent for a gen
tleman who had received a slight
wound. On his arrival he sent his
servant back in great haste to get a
certain kind of plaster. The pa
tient, turning pale, said: "Sir, I
hope there is no danger." "Indeed
there is," answered the surgeon,
"tor if the fellow doesn't run like a
race-horse, the wound will be healed
before lip can possibly get back."
i M .mil.
An indiscriminate slaughter In
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 20G
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
52.00 and 32.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthoimer,
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
3th street between Jones atd Ljsj'enworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSOP.T
ma of Ladies' and dents' straw hats, trim
med and uulrliiu;. Ilra-iols. Piques, Mar-
.:ti v.lrnAtu .n,J .11 Llnil, nf llrv f.fkmW.
am able to UVDhlJSELL any clbcr I.Jer I)
itfcniuletc sciimK ony ior .i,.uii,t
the City Our 1
PKILKSare JAJWtKinan eer
heard it Ix-ture.
41, ABOUT THE WAT ER 1VOHKS
The central city pi iiis West
Quite proud oi late has gron,
At d feels it can no longer wait
A goo I sized pond to own.
The Rrittteat cities of the wurld
Who wish to cut a sarell.
At once erect a resern lr
Upon their higneot bill.
We read in the days of Noah
That waterwo ka were tried;
The trouble was t! ey bad no sowers,
And so the people died.
I ft us then remember
If water works we try.
To put in seaeisRood and strong,
V.aJ make our itneu quite dry
And when the thing uujoo
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody in thetuwn
Will buy their hats of Bunce.
For all new styles that I ow are out,
Some filty kinds or irore.
You'll find them cheap at Bunce's
Famous New York store.
Th Ch i inpion Hatter of the West, ZV Doug
-MA' fACTCBK OF AXB GKAI.KB 15-
LamBrrtfuI&9 aad Wiadorr Shades,
chromos, engrayinhs and
270 Farnham street. corner FlftMnlh
238 Sought Street, OauWKebruka
Burcies. Pat tent Wheels, Boad wagons, Trot
ting Sulkies, Skeletons, Xtudebaker's,
Celebrated Wa o-s, James U.
Hill's Celebiated Con
Bobcs. Blankets, Wagon Material of all Descrip
tions, Spskes, Hubs, Felloes, and all kindsof
HARD WOOD LUMBER
1 himble Skeins, Axles and Springs.
MRS. U H. PALMER,
Booms, 282 Douglas St. near ,15.b, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and will gmran toe sat Inaction in all
Cutting aad Fitting a Specially.
igS Farnbam street-
HA Son hand a full line of Ladles' Goods
which he is closing out at cost, lilre him
a call and get good bargains.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
9He has qq hand an excellcn stock of
rnts' wear, Iwst in the city, oi Eastern manu
ure or borne made. a29tml
CARRIAGE, BUGGY aad WAGON
N. E. CORNER of 14th and HARNEi" STS,
WOULD respectfully annoucee to the pub
lic that be Is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the abore lines with neatness and
'"Express wagons constantly on hand and
IU0 FARNHAM" STREET,
tt XQtlx m?3. litis..
CrrOR DXJCROSS, Prop.
rruBLEs supplied" with eyeby-
I thing in the market.
epeat iobs 7a.BLtsUp.ak
j,y All Meajs Served to Order.-t
eTBTEM gEBYED DT EVEBY BTYLB.
Gt Tl CT7 XN SEASON. Prices to iult
BpeclaUy Beported for the Omaha Dally Bee,
br ths Atlantis Pacific Telejrapi Go.
Washtnoton, June 3.
The morning hour expired and in
unfinished business the cheap trans
portation resolution of Mr. "Windom,
came up, but was laid aside infor
mally, and the Senate took up the
consular diplomatic appropriation
bill, and proceeded to explain the
provisions. The total amount ap
propriated bj- the bill is a little less
titan $30,000,000 ; a decrease of half
a million as compared with the bill
last year. The only amendment
reported by the committee was fix
ing the agent's fees for preparing
vouchers, and administering oaths
at twenty-five instead of twenty
cents, as in the House bill. The
amendment was agreed to, and the
Mr. "Windom then called up his
resolution, instructing the commit
tee to report the amendments to the
river and harbor appropriation bill,
to complete surveys and estimates
for improvements recommended by
the select committee on transporta
tion upon the routes indicated in the
report of that committeo. Mr.
Windom said that the surveys
would cost about $200,000, and he
appealed to the Senate to adopt the
resolution without opposition.
Mr. Scott offered an amendment
adding to the routes to be serviced,
one from the mouth of the Youghio
gery river to Stock water, up said
river to its head waters at Fort Al
legheny; thence by canal to the
Cumberland, intersecting the Ches
apeake and Ohio canal. Agreed to.
Mr. Chandler didn't think the
Senate had sufficient information
lefore it to pass a resolution of this
mandatory character. If the coun
try grew rapidly in the next six
teen years as it had in the past, we
would have an abundance of cheap
transportation from the west to the
Mr. Windom said the agricultural
and industrial interests of the coun
try did' "not propose to wajt sixteen
years for tjjat wuicn couju. pe ac
complished in five. They demand
ed and needed prompt action In the
Mr. Morton reiterated the state
ments of Mr. Windom.
Mr. Sherman took similar grounds,
and said the question of cheap trans
lortation would control the jjolitics
3lr, 'Carpcjiier en.dorsed those
views, anil favored th tftitjre pro
gramme proposed by the commit
K'e. Mr. Spjiurz submitted an amend
ment to include the Missouri river
In the routes' to1 be' "fj) proved. He
paid the Improvement of the Mis
souri river was of vital importance
to the people of his section. The
amendment was rejected.
Mr. Oglesby would vote the
amount 'asjtfd, and fifty thousand
jnore. if it could be shown that' the
work could be' accojiiplished". He
doubted the feasibility of some of
these plans, however, and thought
the improvements would cost more
than had been estimated, and did
not feel authorized to vote millions
from the national treasury recmired
to carry out all these schemes. He
referred to the bill introduced by
hjm for tho ohnrtorof the company,
6 buijd a"fai,rqa froii, thp east to
the west, and expressed the" hope
that tho bill would pass bofore the
adjournment of Congress,
Pending tho discussion the Sen
On motion of Mr. Rush, the Sen
8fp amendments to the House bill to
amend thp pptson Jaws and in
crease the pensions of totally disa
bled men, was taken from the
speaker's table and sent to the com
mittee on conference.
Mr, Ivelly asked leave to offer the
Wliereas, By section 7, article 1st
of the constitution of the United
States, it is provided that all bills
forrajsjng revenue shall originate
in the House of Representatives,
and by section 8 of said article, it is
further provided that Congress shall
jjavp power to levy and coflect taxes,
duties, imports, excessos and regu
late the commerce with foreign na
Jfesolvcd, That the President of
tbe United States be and is hereby
requested to inform the House
whether the executive department
of the government is at this time
engaged in considering the terms
of the treaty by which tho com
merce between the United States
and British provinces of North
America js to be regulated, and by
which Congreft will be deprived
of its constitutional right to control
these Important subjeots thus
specially ponfided to it by the ex
press terms of the constitution.
Mr, Cox objected to thp resolution
as a reflection upon tho administra
tion, and because he wanted the re
ciprocity resolution not received.
Mr. Hurlbut, from the committee
on railways and canals, palled up
the bill for the improvement of the
mouth of the Mississippi, providing
for the improvement of what is
known as Eade's plan. The bill
authorizes James B."Eadcs and as
sociates, to' popd"0t and complete
the work, and provides for the pay
ment to them therefor of an amount
not to exceed $5,008. Mr. McCreary
opposed the bill In that form, as be
ing too much like the Sanborn con
tract, and contested that the plan
ning and executon of the vork bp
done liy the pinted' States engineer
corps. Tho House took "a recess.
The evening session Is to be for de
PORTS QUfH, N. H., June 3.
The revenue outter Woodbury ar
rived this morning. She assist
lng in laying the new opposition
cable. Steamer Parraday was no
ticed in sight of the Isle of Shoal?.
Information has been received by
Mr. Sweet, the" executive manager
of the Atjantfo & Pacific Telegraph
Company, who Is now in this city,
from Mr. Ollphant, American agent
of the new London & Direct U. S.
Cable Company', who started from
New York to meet the cable ship,
faraday, to the effect that if all goes
well, the laying of the western sec?
Uon of the cable, from Nova Scotia
to Rye Beach, will'be completed, on
Saturday, June 6th.-The Faraday
wilTthen return tdEngland, to take
on board the remainder of the cable.
and proceed to lay it frem there to"
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Washington, June 3.
The House has struck a decisive
blow at polygamy in Utah by the
passage of a bill reported from the
judiciary committee in relation to
courts and judicial affairs in that
territory. Mr. Holland, who report
ed the bill, extolled its moderation.
The debate was chiefly confined to
a substitute offered by Mr. Cessna
for a fourth section of the bill in re
lation to jurors, which was opposed
by Mr. Potter and others, andfinal-lj-
rejected. Mr. Crounse and Mr.
Cannon onnosed the bill, and Mr.
Ward and Mr. Poland advocated its
passage. This was Mr. Cannon's
maiden speech, and it was listened
to with a good deal of interest. He
denied that there was any necessity
for the passage of the bill, and said
that Congress had been memorial
ized to send a committee to investi
gate the facts, showing that the
Mormons are notafraid of the closest
The bill nrovides that it shall be
the duty of the United States
Marshal of the Territory of Utah, to
attend in person, or by deputy, all
sessions of the Supreme and District
Courts in said Territory; and to
serve and execute all processes and
writs issued out of, and all orders of
judgment and decrees made by said
courts,' or by any judge thereof, un
less such courts or judges shall oth
erwise order. In case whore writs
are left with tho marshal or his dej
utles they must be served without
delay; and the marshal Is held re
sponsible for the official acts of his
deputies, who are required to give
bonds in the sum of $10,000 for the
faithful discharge of their duties.
Section two provides that it shall
be the duty of the United States At
torney in person or by an assistant,
to attend all courts of record having
ing jurisdiction of offences as weil
as under the laws of the territory as
well as of the United States in all
criminal cases arising in said courts;
and hp js authorized to appoint as
inanj' assistants as may be necessa
ry. The territorial legislature may
provide for the election of a prose
cuting attorney in any county, and
such attorneypif authorized to do so,
by such legislature, may commence
the prosecution of offences under
the laws of the territory within sucli
county, and if such prosecution is
carried to Ihe district court by re-
.... .' -S vii. ...... ,
coKUizunue or upopiti, or omui mim-,
it may aid jn conducting the prose
cution in said court, and the coots
and expenses of all shall be paid out
of the treasury- of the territory.
Section third provides there shall
be held in each year two terms of
the supreme court of said territory,,
and four terms of each district court,
at such times as the Governor of the
territory nitty, by nroejamatjop, fix.
Thy aUtrintfeouHs shall1 have exclu
sive original Jurisdiction in all suits
or proceedings in chancery and in
all actions in law in which the sums
or viiluo )f things Jn pqntroynrsy
shall e tjire'e1 l)imJret 4bljars; or
upwards. In nil cases whore tho
title, possession or boundaries of
land, or lines, or mining claims
shall be in dispute, whatever tllfir
vulug, exix-pt jn tt(jtjon for forcible
ejection, or forcible or unlawful de
tainer, they shall have jurisdiction
by a woman to declare marriage
or pretended marrlngo on account of
previous subslstent marriage of de
fendant to another woman. Court
or judge may grant sucli reasonable
sum for alimony and compel fees tts
the circumstanp of the case will
Justify," and may likewise l(y final
decree make suph ajlowanpo for the
maintetia.ncp of tip eomplalntant
and her children by defendant as
may bo judged reasonable, and
whatever In any proceeding for di
vorce or In any civil cause or In any
criminal proceeding It Is necessary
to prove existence of marriage rela
tions between two persons it shall
not be necessary to prove the same
by nro(luptou of any records or ccrs
tificate of marriage, but evidence of
cohabitation between parties as bus.
band and wife, and acts, conduct,
declarations, and admissions of
the parties shall be admis
sable and marriage may
be established like any ques
tion of fact. Probate courts in
their respective counties shall have
jurisdiction in settlement of estates
of deceased and in matters of guar
dianship and other like matters;
but otherwise they shall have no
civil or criminal jurisdiction what
ever, Tliey shall have jurisdiction
of suits of divorce for statuary cases
concurrently with district courts.
Lest anj' defendant in a suit for di
vorce, commenced in probate court,
shall be entitled, after appearance
and before plea or answer, to have
said suit removed to a district court
having jurisdiction upon said suit,
he shall proceed in like manner, as
if originally commenced in said dis
trict oourt. AH judgments and de
crees heretofore rendered by pro
bate courts, whjoh have been exe
cuted and time to appeal from
which has by existing laws of said
territory been expressed, are here
by valid and confirmed,
New York, June 3.
Last evening a yacht with bottom
upwards was found by a tug in the
bay near Bedloes Island and was
towed to C'omniunopaw. The yacht
was seen about half anhour'previous
with three ladies and two gentle
men in it. It is not known what
became of the occupqnts. 4t is
thought the boat was capsized by a
squall and aji drowned. A search
for the bodies was made, but noth
ing found yet.
Among the passengers on the
steamship Idaho, for Liverpool yes
terday, were Ernest Young, grand
son 6f the prophet, and sevpral
Mornion missionaries. Tliey will
mako'an extended tour In Europe,
and the missionaries, under the di
rection of Young, will enter upon
the'work of proseyt'ng.
Wall street was very reverisb yes
terday, under the influence of several
disturbing causes, proralneut among
these was the adverse legislation
against the Pacific railroad,
Pominent among the features of
the day was a private announce
ment of tl)e early retirement of tfyo
President of the Erie railroad, and
the probablo succession of Hugh. J.
Jewett, of the Pan Handle railroad,
to the presidenoy of the Erie. It Is
said tnat Mr. Wa.tson will retire at
the approaching July elections,
Mr. Jewett is now In this city with
several prominent Pennsylvania
Boston, June 3.
In theUnited States District Court
yesterday Judge Lowell gave his
decision on petition that the Union
Pacific Railroad be required to ap
pear and show cause why it should
not be adjudged bankrupt. The
court d.ecided against tUe petitioner,
Boston, June 3.
The fourteenth annual congress of
the United States brewers' associa
tson met at Horticultural Hall to
day, the hall being appropriately
decorated. One hundred and fifty
delegates present, Hon Frank Jones
of Portsmouth, N. H., called the
meeting to order and delivered an
address of welcome. The chosen
President of the National associa
tion responded. A-eommittee of
five to nominate officers was ap
pointed, when a recess was taken.
AVashingtox, June 2.
The following appointments were
sent to the Senate by the President
Richardson, justice of court of
claims; B. H. Bristow, secretary of
the treasury; Peter Nelgley, assis
tant treasurer, Baltimore; J. B. Mc
Kean, chief justice supreme court
of Utah; S. J. McCormick, pension
agent, Portland,Oregon; T. A. Hen
ry, collector of customs, Pamlico,
The nomination of General Bris
tow was confirmed by unanimous
voto. Considerable objections -were
made to Mr. Richardson and the
vote being calletL it resulted in
a vote of twenty-nine for, to twen
ty against, him. Several Republi
cans and all the Democrats voted
in the negative.
New York, June 3.
A walking match against time
was arranged to-day for Edward
Mullen, of Fall River, to walk 500
miles in five da3's and beat the re
cent time made by Weston. Ar
rangements were perfected last
night, and Mullen commences on
the 15th Inst., at Washington.
The Riding Academy corner
stone in this city and that of the
new American museum of natural
history, on Manhattan square, were
laid yesterday at 4 p. m A large
and fashionable assemblege was
present. The building was begun
last fall anil is to be completed m
eighteen mouths hence. It is to be
twenty-five longer than the Capi
tol at Washington.
When President Giant arrived on
the ground There "were 5,000 people
present, including many distin
guished ier&ons, Mrs. Grant, Mayor
Havemyer, Governor Dix, Secreta
ries Boutwell, Fish. Belknap and
Robeson; many New York finan
ciers, clergymen, professors etc. Dr.
Tyng delivered the opening address.
Mr. Stebbins, park commissioner,
and Governor Dix delivered ad-
d.ressfs' suitable to ihe' occasion, and
werp followed by Prof. Henry of
the Smithsonian institute. Prof.
Blackmore then read tfoe list of ar
tlojes to be deposited In the box un
der tho corner stone: Now York
daily papers in English, French and
German, reports and circulars of
the museum and Department Parks,
Congressional Directory, United
States coins and fractional currency.
President Qrant thf i nrr niul re
ceived'ffoni Hupemsing vVrchltc?ot
Julius -Klnskrletz, a sliver trowel,
with inscription, stating that it was
presented to President Grant on )is
occasion, Horirir was lyld town
and' the President UaUetnJd If out.
Tho stone was lowered and the
President gave it three taps.
Mr. Stewart then, announced
thj stqiip lajd, nudiiev. T" fatter
pronounced the benediction. The
museum will oohI $0,000 000.
The Grand Lodge of F. & A. M.
of tho State of New York began
their annual convention here to
day. M. W. Christopher V. Fox,
Grand Master in the East, The
day was occupied In receiving re
ceiving rpports from committees.
There are 714 lodges, with a member
ship of 7070, in the State. The elec
tion of Grand officers wjll be held
Mrs. Helen P. Phillips, daughter
of the late Mrs. Gen. Hiram Wal
bridge, "filed a petition in the Dis
trict Circuit Court for a divorce from
her husband, Jamos Philips, on ac
count of barbaroiw treatment ever
since they have been married.
Subscriptions to new five per cent,
bonds continue to be made and ex
pected. The Secretary of theTreas
ury to-day Ksued a call for five mil
lion six per cents, Interestjon which
ceases. In ninety days. In the
Houso, Mr. Worth, from the For
eign Affairs Committee, reported a
joint resolution providing for the
termination of the treaty of July
28, 185S between the United States
and the King of Belgium. After a
brief explanation tho resolution pas
sed, Mr. Wheeler from the appropria
tion committee submitted there
port on the senate amendment to
the army appropriation bill. The
committee recommend the non
conourrence In the senate amend
ment, which recommendations
were adopted and a conference com
In the Fenate, Ferry, from Fi
nance Committee, reported House
bill authorizing importation free of
duty on animals for Philadelphia
Zoological society. Considerable
debate ensued and great opposition
manifested to the bill. Finally the
bill wont over. Soott said a bill will
be prepared covering the whole sub
ieot A bill authorizing the officers of
the United States steamship Mona
cay to receive silver medals from
the King of Stani, passed.
Mr. Hager, of California, present
end preamble and resolutions
of worklngmen of California, favor
ing eight hour Jaw,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 3.
Cattle 4,000; dull, easy; buyers
waiting for lower prices ; light steers
5 40 ; choice steers 5 oOaoG; pxtra
steers 6 05Q l3lT:!anVa4
Hog receipt-, 20,000 ; quiet, easier;
closed dull, but not quotably lower;
poor to common 4 75a5 10; medium
to fair 5 30: pxtra 5 35a5 "3,
pheep receipts 200; common to
phoice Shpmp 4 50ai 55 ior to ex
tra choit-'P WColed 4 50a4 57.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June 3.
Cattle Receipts, 500. Market
nuiet; Texans, 5 005 50 ; medium
to fair butchers, 4 00(3)4 75; prime
to choice steers 5 OOaQ 25.
Hogs Receipts, 5,000. Market
steady; "sbt to heavv 440
4 75; bacon 5 155 40; heavy 5 40
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 3.
Wheat Steady; No 2 Spring 109.
Corn Higher; 56J57 on track.
Oats Higher; 43a44.
Rye Dull; 90.
"Whisky Higher at 90.
. Provisions Quiet, only small or
dere from the trade.
London, June 3.
A heavy rain has been falling here
Halifax, June 3.
The steamship Faraday, with the
new opposition cable on board, has
arrived from ofl-the coast. A tele
gram from the officers in charge
states that they expect to lay the
' shore bed of the cable at Rye Beach,
2. H., on the 6th mst.
Versailles, June 3.
The vote in the Assembly on
Monday night passed to its second
reading on the municipal bill, and
stood 394 to 29S. There was con
siderable anxiety in the Chamber
during the voting, as it was well
understood that an adverse vote
would precipitate the dissolution of
London, June 3.
The Epsom summer meeting be
gan yesterday. The great race of
the year, the run for the Derby
Stakes, lakes place to-day. Up to
yesterday, Lord Falmouth's Atlantic
had been the favorite for the Derby,
but to-day the betting turned in fa
vor of Sir Totton Sykes' Couronue.
Parliament is expected, as usual, to
adiourn over Derby day. Mr.
D'Israeli made a motion to tltat
effect last night.
London, June 3.
The great evont of tho summer
racing season Is the race for the
Derby stakes at Epsom Downs,took
place to-day. Weather fine, but the
track heavy owing to last nicht's
rains. An immense crowd waspre
sent, the roads to the race course be
ing crowded with pedestrians from
an early hour in the morning; the
railway trains were also crowded.
Business in London, as usual, was
almost entirely suspended. The
race was run amid intense excite
ment, and was won by Cartwright's.
George Frederick. '
London, June 3.
In the House of Commons last
night the usual motion was made to
adjourn over Derby day. Sir Mil
fred Lawson opposed adjournment,
but the motion was carried by a
vote of 242 yeas to C9 nays. Mr.
George Anderson, piembr for Glas
gow, called attention 'to the lossps
of the" British subjects through es
cape of" the Alabama and other
causes, and he complained of the
high-handed manner in which tho
Government had prevented timely
critioism of th treaty of Washing
ton. There were three classes of
British subjects who deserved com
lensatiou; first, residents in the
southern confederacy who lost their
propefty through inability; those
whose property was destroy vd after
Lqp's surrender; oWiiers of goods on
board of confederate cruisers. He
believed the United States were
wrong that individuals should suflV
severe loss tnrougp National,
wren; dohttf, that 'England' lias
bean adjudicating at fanl jn permit
ting the i vsoaiwof the Alai--ja an
lifts eomuorted Americans ' for
..Osses incurred thereby. Similar
compensation is due to British suf
ferers from the same causes. Mr,
Burke, under secretary of foreign
department, replying, declined to
enter upon discussion of the merits
of the treaty at Washington. The
Joint High Commissioner had deci
ded that the United States govern
ment was not responsible for the
acts of a foreign government. They
should appoint a commission to ex
amine claims of losses arising from
invasion. He hoped the subject be
fore the house would not be passed.
Motion was negatived.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, June 3.
Money Very easy at 22i per
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 487489 for sixty days,
and 490i491 for sight.
Gold More active and lower;
opened at 112, and declined to 11 1;,
which is the present price.
Governments Heavy ; currencj
Stocks--Firmer, and from J to 1
per cent better, on active covering
on the shorts. Lake Shore, West
ern Union, Union Pacific and Erie
are the stocks principally dealt in.
Erie, 33J ; Pacific Mail, 42 ; Union
Pacific, 25J ; Western Union, 72J.
New York Produce Market.
New York; June 3.
Breadstufls Opened generally
Flour Quiet; super, State and
Western, 5 155 75 ; extra, 5 90
Wheat Steady ; No 1 spring, 1 49
1 50.1; No 2 Chicago, 14514G;
No.2 Milwaukee spring 1 49J1 48.
Corn Steady at 791S0.
Oa s Firm at 62i04.
Provisions Quiet but firm.
Pork Old mess, 10 50 ; best new,
17 6o17 80.
LeatherIn better demand ami
firmer; some tanner of middle
weights sold at better figures.
Iron bulk lower, for pig 500 tons
of American sold 32 50 ; new Ameri
can rails sixty dollars currency.
Cash wool improved In feeling but
trado somewhat limited owing to
scarcity of available offerings; par
pet wools scarce, qujpkly picking up
Chicago Produce Market.
Chtcaoo, June 3,
Flour Qulot and unchanged.
Wheat Active, strong and high
er; closed easer; prices little off for
option; Nol, 1 22jl 23; No 2,
1 17J1 18 J, cash closed outside;
June, 1 17J1 18, closed at 1 18 ;
July closed at 1 17 j ; No 3 I 14 J re
jected, 1 041 05.
Corn FmriY active, opened weak
and a shade lower; closed firmer:
decline nearly covered ; high mixed
56J5fl No 1, 565Q cash; 55 J
50 for June, closed at 55$ ; July,
5056, closed at 57J ; bid August,
50 ; rejected, 5253.
Oats Firm and higher, No 2 45
45; closed 45$.
Rye Steady, Ao 90.
Barley Dull, No 2, SI 40.
Pork Strong and higher at $17
2517 40; closed $17 40; bid cash
for June $17 45; July $17 65.
Lard Firm lie
Bulk Meats Steady, unchanged.
.willing to recognize these ejjims.
Mr. ntJcrvtUj then luovdtsi
In the opinion 'of 'the House.it is
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
o-iehstts' iFuiRiisrisiaiiisra- gooids,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SIPIRIIsra- A.ISTID STJ3ni!wd:E3 SEASON
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises th.3 Latest ITovoltios.
THE LATEST STYLES ZXT SATS AXTD CAPS.
We Hare also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OTJRG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN fc CO,
FAT.!. STOCK!, 1873 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAVER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SEAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LJNEX IN GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OH CLOTHS, MATTINf RUGS, AND HATS
CH-EAPBB TIHIAJSr TIHIEI 3r A -Escarp
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
jliuLSTER Y trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment oi FINE,- MEDIUM -and LOW
PRICED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everv one desiring
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchas
ing. PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
&c, &c, &c.
, k. ron.or
KI T aucIFARSWAfl.
Schneider & Burmester
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WAEE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Guttering don
ihort iiotice and 1c (be beat manner,
ilteen trcet aept24 d)
City Meat Market.
Erep constantly on band
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
-and dealers in-
2Q3 Fsfcra.l3m.Txi. Streot. Omaha
FRANK J. RAMGrE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ASI DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
uU Assortincnlof Imported Woolem. All Work Warraatcd.
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST IFZRICIES !
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTEA CHARGE ! !
G. F. HIC MAXT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets,
OIMIAJBI-A. - - - -KrPTR.
Tarnham St Hear
and Furnishing Goods.
THTAJST THE CHEAPEST.
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