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OMAHA. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 5, 1874.
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EDWAHD K05EWATEB, Editor and Prcp'r
Ofi-Ho. 138 rrkBi s
TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Oc.copr, one year. In adiance 17.00
u.w' Ix months. In adTane -00
three menths in adranee 2.00
BSfif not paid In idronce, $S per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DBiECTORT.
McClureA cniith. 145 Hruej- street, het.
llth Ld 12th. declStf
QLA83 AND P1CTU2E FStMES.
JReinhart. 13 Iouls street, dealer In
.window glass and picture Irani , (ilazins
done to order. 2U
BOOTS AIH) 8H0E8.
Philip Lang. 133 Farnhaui at, between 10th
ai.u 115h. feblSrl
H Latcy, corner lith and D iiiglas streets,
nunuf.cturer and wholesale deder In
caud s and conleUionery. Country trade ao
Fland A Elliot, call, lime, cement hair, etc,
1S1 Farnham st. feulSmS
J A. Rorfer, druggist, corner 12th and Har
Elgutter, 2o. 200 Farnham at. lei 7 tf
a bw laundry opened at 511 llth at., lt
A Farnuam and Douglas. The waahlng and
Coning Iil bo done to order, first class work
Lehman A Beard. boue and sign palntrs,
10th st. bet. F.ruUani and llarney. aatlf
Premium Soap Works. Powel' A Co, s'ili
manufacture their l'.emium Soap. Flip
first premiums awarded by the Dougla county
and State fairs, and l'ottawattamia county, la.
Orders solicited from the trade.
n. V. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creujhtou Block, Omalia, Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney anil" ;Coanselor At Law.
OFFICE Ecea Bp VbacWa Block,
JOHN W. LYTLE,
ittoraeft-Law and Solicitor ia
OFFIOb-Orsr First Hallonal Bank,
Attorney at Law.
(Campbell a BUeV,)
5091-2 THIBTEBSIH BTBSBT, OMAHA
. A. CALDWIS.
CSO. K. O'BBJKS.
Offiee-Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - - JfEBBASKA.
JOHN C. COWIN,
OFFICE CBEIOITTOK'S BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
OMce 510 13th St., bet Farmlum
and Doagrlas, Oataka, Neb.
P 0. Box 80 utliU
O. H. BALLOU. ED. B. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Offico n Creifbton' new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - KEB.
SAVAGE Sl MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
Ml FABKHAH STBEAT.
N. J. BURNHAM.
JLTTORXEI AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. IS) Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -"Law
Boom 9, Visschar'a B'ock,
OMAHA, - - :NEBR.
J. S. EPADh.
o. . raJTCHETT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attoraeys and Ceuaselar at Law.
OOce, 505 Twelfth Street.
A.M. Lnr Ba 4M. Omaha. Kah.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttoruer " Xaa ov
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
OJCAHA . 1TEB.
JOBS B. KKI.I.KT.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
Collections solicited and PBOifPT
ly attendel to. No charge unless collec
tions axe made. Hjuses to let and rents col
ected. Bail eaute bought and sold. apl'tl
W. J. CONNELL,
Oounsjsllor m. Xas-v
IHtrkt AttenMj far gwri J4
kialBMrlct. OFICX-8ostlt site si FsxmhM bctwMsi
lMh lal Mtk 1U, opyotiH Cwrt Mbbss.
Those Democratic Councilmen
are very sly. They confirmed that
colored policeman, but they forgot,
as it were, to approve his bond.
Since George Francis Train as
sumed the title of the "pauper mil
lionaire," his friends are beginning
to entertain some hopes of the final
restoration of his shattered mental
The Lincoln papers are wrestling
over the conundrum whether the
pugnacious editors of the two eve
ning Dailies should be classed
among the red-noses or the blow
nose. With some people, of whom Mr.
RoMJwater is a representative, crime
and labor are synonymous terms.
Some people always judge others
by their own standard. If some of
the thirteen oppressed editors, of the
Union, who have repeatedlj-been in
the Douglas county jail, and before
the police court for drunkenness
and dissorderly conduct, are a. sam
ple of the labor referred to, the
Union is probably correct.
Colonel Chase's opportunity is at
hand. The Georgians are coming.
Appoint Jim Stephenson "Marshal
of the Day," and we shall have a
dress parade worthy the letter
days of the Omaha Republic. Un
less the programme should be so
construed into a violation of that
sacred fire ordinance, we hope it
will be immediately adopted, and
carefully carried out. Herald.
If the editor of the Herald could
be persuaded to act as chief sutler of
the day, the dress parade would re
mind us of those "better days." We
are sure that would not infringe
upon the sacred fire ordinance, and
Jim Stephenson will not object to it
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones ant Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSOKT
met of Ladies' and Gents' straw hats, trim
med ?nJ untrimuicd, l'araoK Piques, Mar
seilles. XainwpUs and all kinds of Ivy Goods,
Ladles' and Gent.' Bot, etc. My lineoflfry
Goods is Complete Selling ocly for CASH, I
am able to UNDtKsELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our PBICESare LOWEU than ercr
heard cf before. myl4Jui-pl
O I G- -A. -Eb s,
WHOLESALE AND BbTAlL TOBACCO,
Piijes aud tnioker' Articles. 1S5 DOUG
LAS ST , OMAHA, NEB , O,po5ite Metro
politan Hotel. Consumers anl Dealers will
hud itto their advantage to examine lny stock
oefose purc'lias'iaz uImjw here. mylVly
LE. ABOUT THE WATER WOUKS
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late has grown,
Ai d feflsilcan no longer wait
A goot sued nopd to own.
The grealest cities of f ba vorld
AVho wish to cut a swell)
At once erect a reserr Ir
Upon their hignest hill.
Tffe rcsd in the days of Noah
ThaTiyaVsrwo ks were trinl;
The trouble was t'.py bad oosewera,
An 1 so the pcopl' died.
Let us then remember
If water works we try.
To put In feweis good and strong,
And make our streets quite dry
And when tha thing is done
We'll celebrate at cuce,
Then eTerybody In the town
Will bey their hats of Bunco.
For all new styles that I ow are out,
Some filly kinds or score.
You'll find them cheap at Bunce's
Famous New York store.
Th Chimplon Hatter of the West.i.'jo Doug
-MA' TACTUKEB OF AND DKALKE IX-
Lambrequins and Window Shades,
RHROMOS, EX6RAYIKS AND
PIC TUBE FRAMES.
270 Farnbim stnwt. corner Fifteenth
233 Doaglu Street, Omaha,' ITebraslu
Buggies, Fat tent Wheels, Road wagons, Trot
ting Sulkies, Skeletons, LtudebaVer'a,
Celebrated Wa;o is, James B.
Hill's Celebrated Con
Ribes, B'anksts, Wagon Material of all DeTip
tions, Spskes, llubs. Felloes, and aU klndsof
1 hlmble Skeins, Axles and Springs.
MRS. 1C II. PALXEK,
Booms 2C2 Douglas St. near 15 h, (Up Stairs.
I cat from actual measurement not from
patterns and will guarantee aaUtfsctfon In all
Catting aad Fitting a Specially.
3S JOL. PAGE,
CARRIAGE, UDGGY add WAG03
N. E. COBNEB ol 14th and HABNE1 STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lic that be la now ready to fill aU con
tracts in the aboTe lines with neatness and
"Express wagons constanUy on hand and
HfO FABXXIX STREET,
Bat. lOtlx and lltlx..
VICTOR DUCROS3, Prop.
mABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVEBY
X thing In the market.
jrcafromTau m.tol3 p. IB."
JA11 Meals Served to Order.-i
OTRSU CaVED If E7ESY 8TYLS,
n A 1UTTZ Ef season. Frfca to ult
Specially Beported for the Omaii Daily Bee,
far tit Atlantic Pacific Telegraph Co.
Washington, June 4.
Mr. Soott of the committee on
finance reported unfavorably on the
resolutions submitted bjr Mr. Davis,
calling on the Secretary of the
Treasury for a statement of the bal
ance due from disbursing officers of
the United States, names of delin
quents, and that steps be taken for
the recovery of the amounts due.
Mr. Scott gave as a reason for the
report, that the Secretary of the
Treasury stated it would require
three to six months time to furnish
the information, and cost $75,000.
The committee were discharged
from lurther consideration of the
Mr. Cooper, from the committee
on territories, reported favorably on
the bill to disapprove of the act of
the territorial legislature of Dakota,
May 22d, to provide for proceedings
for the collection of the demand
against boats and vessels.
Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland,
offered a resolution, and Mr. Fre
linghuysen supported it through.
He believed it to be a great mistake
to try and systemize the canals. He
thought the true remedy would be
found in railroads built by private
enterprise, under national charters.
He favored, however, the construc
tion of a canal at the mouth of the
Mississippi river, and another across
Florida, which would bring New
Orleans six hundred miles nearer
Mr. Bayard opposed the resolu
tion on the ground that Congress
had no power to enter the seals
for the construction of raiN
ways or canals. He declared
the measure contained the elements
of centralization far in excess of
anything heretofore proposed.
Mr. Gordon otTered two amend
ments designed to pledge them as
the government did, to the construc
tion of the proposed works instead
of having tho government itself
carry them out; rejected.
Messrs. Harvy and Bogy favored
the object of the resolution, but
offered an amendment to strike out
of the preamble the clause, under
government control; rejected; yeas,
14; nays, 38.
Mr. Tipton moved to strike out
the entire preamble; rejected, yeas
10, nays, 25.
The House disagreeing to the
Senate amendments to the Freed
mcii's Saving Bank bill, a commit
tee of conference was ordered.
As the regular order of business
was demanded the following bills
from the committee on commerce
were reported and passed. The
incorporating inland and seaboard
coasting company of the District of
Columbia bill "&r further security
of navigation of the Mississippi
river, and authorizing the construc
tion of a bridge over the Mississippi
at La Crosse. A bill in reference to
the operation of shjpping. A bill
amending section 23, of un act to
reduce internal taxes, and for other
purposes, so as to oxtend the provi
sions of this section to the city of
Indianapolis, Indiana. A bill pro
viding for the establishment of life
saving stations and houses of refuge
on sea and lake coasts in the United
States, and promoting the efficiency
of a life saving service. A bill to I
changQ the uamp of the port at ijan
Pedro, California, to 'Wilmington.
The Seoretary of State" early this
morning delivered to the President
in person, the commission of Mr.
Br jstow: the new secretary of treas
ury, and at laf past twelve q'clook
Mr. Bristow repaired to the Execu
tive mansion, and lu the presence
of the President and several friends,
both offices were administered by
Mr. Bromberg reported the bill to
prevent the spread of Infectious dis
eases. An amendment was offered, and
adopted, providing that the act shall
not oe construed to apply to the reg
ulations or system maintained by
the states ancj municipalities. The
bill then passed."
Mr. Lamper introduced a bill to
increase the tax on fermented liq
uors to 52 a barrel; referred.
The If ouso resumed the consider
ation of the bil for thp Improve,
ment of the mouth of the Mississip
pi by Ead's plan.
Messrs. Sypber and Sheldon (La.)
and Hawley, (Jin opposed thp bljl,
and Looni is and Stanard supported
it Pending the debate, tne bill
Went pver till to-morrow, and the
House took a repess.
Chicago Produce Market. '
Chicago, June 4.
Flour Qulet and unchanged.
"Wheat Unsettled, lower, ppened
firm but very soon declined nearly 2
cents; No 1, 1 211 23$; No 2,
1 17J1 17?, oah closed outside;
June, 1 171 16, closed at 1 17J ;
July closed at 1 17 ; tNo 3 1 13 ; re
jected, I 041 05.
Corn Opened quiet and easier,
closed firm and strong, high mixed,
5GJ; No 2 5Ga56J, closed 50 f ; cash
June GoaooJ, closed 50 j: JulyoGJ;
Oats Active and strong; No 2 45
40; closed 4545j.
Rye Steady, at 90.
Barley Dull, noniinaUV, 1 35(S
Pork Firm and bigbpr at 517 30
17 Q2J; cash or June 17 2517 80,
closed at 17 75.
Lard Finn and higher at 11
11 05. w
Bulk Merits Steady, unchanged.
Butter Steady at 1420.
Whisky Steady at 95c.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 4.
Flour Dull, -
Wheat Steady; No 2 8pnngll0.
Corn Higher ; 5860 on track.
Oats Higher; 43a4i.
Pork Dull; 18 00 delivered.
Bulk Meats Nominal.
Lard Quiet; good at 11,
Bacon 5 005 40,
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, Jane 4.
Cattle Receipts, 1,700. Market
quiet; Texaus, 5 005 50 ; medium
to fair butchers, 4 004 75f prime
iv uuuiuo sieers o uvao Zgj, t
ttogs-JeeeJpta, 3,500. MadwtUay, between the Red Stocklnm of
5 00; bacoa 5 005 25; lieavy 5 40
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Doiogs of the National Anti-Secret
Convention at Syracuse
Charles W. Green Goes for the
Probable Retirement of Presi
dent Watson from the Erie
Proposed New Telegraph Cables
New York, June 4.
The annual spring races at Jerome
Park commence next Saturday,
and will last six days, ending Sat
urday the 20th. The stable at the
park is well supplied, and the best
racing stock of the country is repre
sented. The track is now in an
excellent condition and fine con
tests are anticipated.
The announcement j'estcrday of
the probable retirement of Presi
dent Watson from the Erie railroad
excites a good deal of attention in
railway and financial circles, and
the general impression prevails that
the affairs of that road are reaching
Wut&on declined making any
statement on the subject. It is said
by some leading Erie men that
Watson will positively retire on the
14th of July, when an election will
be held. Who his successor will be
L it is impossible to say. Among the
names prominently mentioned are
Hugh J. Jewett, of the Pan Handle
road ; Colonel Tom Scott, Commo
dore Vanderbilt and S. W. Barlow.
The action of the English stock
holders will probably be decisive,
and as yet It Is not known whom
they will favor as Watson's suc
cessor. One of the Eric directors said
yesterday that Watson's resolution
to rosier was irrevocable, as it was
too heavy a load for him, and could
not boar it any longer. Watson will
publish a report previous to retire
ment, showing the financial condi
tion of the road immensely impro
ved, and will vindicate the course
pursued by the new management,
whereby Watson will be liberally
remunerated for the cancellation of
his contract which yet" has four
years to run.
The establishment of still another
cable is proposed, under the name
of Light Cable Telegraph Company,
with a capital of SI ,900,000. The
cable will be about one fifth the
diameter of the present cables, the
object being to advance cheap tele
graphing by the use of light cables.
It will bo ai( from Englnnd to
Azores, and from thenceto Halifax.
The cost of a message will be about
twenty-five cents per word.
The steam sloop Swartarie,
commissioned b' the navy de
partment to 'convey the scientists
appointed to observe the transit of
Venus, on December next) has been
completely fitted out, and leaves
the Brooklyn navy yard to-day, and
starts on the voyage on Saturday.
She first stops at Rio Janeiro, then
goes to Cape Town, thence to Cro
zet Island, where (be first party of
observers 'will be landed. Qther
parties will feo landed a't different
points. The transit takes place on
the 8th of December. Twenty-six
scientists, two hundred men, offi
cers and crew make up the ship's
human cargo, The voyage will last
about eighteen months,
Syracuse, N. Y., June 4.
The meeting of the Anti-Secret
Society Convention, was well at
tended, and the devotional exercises
were very Impressive.
Prof. Blanchard" reported an act
of incorporation, under the laws of
Illinois. The name adopted was the
National Christian Association, and
the objects were docjareil to be the
exposure, resistance to, and exter
mination pf all secret societies
Free Masonry, and all other Anti
Christian and Anti-Republican
agencies, under this form.
A warfare niay be waged not only
against secret sociutjes,. but also
against Intemperance, tobacco and
other evils. The convention held
an evening session, at which an ad
dress was delivered by Charles W.
Greene, late Secretary of the Ameri
can Agricultural Congress.
In relation the Grange movement
which he condomnpd as injurious to
politics and to tho country; he him
self was a granger, but he was sick
of the hollowness of its manipula
tors of the organization; he alleged
it had principles of commune as its
The leaders, he said, were preying
upon the farming classes, and polit
ical parties, congress and legisla
tures stand In foar of tho secret
grange controlling batf a million of
votes ; leaders selling their follow
ers; business interests are sorely
affected ; cojonjste rendered, timid ;
our manufactories arp closed or
running on haf their time, and
oommeroo stagnated. TIiq W
to, he continued, no longer a
favorite field for investment, and
-unprecedented prosperity has been
subverted, fui4 aU thjs proceeds from
the malign efforts of the Grange
movement The best mon are
withdrawing from It, and the baser
elements left alone. These must
fail, and then there may arise seri
ous trouble, with a communistic
The speaker charged the grangers
with exercising power over Con
gressional action in tho transporta
tion question and attempted infla
tion of currency, He appealed to
all good citizens of the republic to
tise in their might against insidu
ous encroachments of an archenemy
Philadelphia, June 4.
At a meeting of the board of
directors of the Pennsylvania rail
road, Colonel Thomas A. Scott was
unanimously elected President to
fill the vacancy caused by the death
of J. Edgar Thompson, and George
B. Roberts was promoted to the
position of fisst vice president.
Chicago. June 4.
The game of base ball hereyester-
of Chttago, was won by the Boston
New York, June 4.
President Orton's report submitted
to the directors of the Western
Union Telegraph Company to-day,
shows a net profit for six months
ending June 30, of $1,400,000. The
net profit of April, May and June
being about $940,000, being an in
crease of more than $250,000 over
the net profits of the same three
months last year. The report also
declares a dividend of two per. cent,
from the net earnings of those three
months, payable on tho loth of
An erroneous impression appears
to prevail regarding the laying of
the new opposition cable at Rye
Beach, N. H. Several statements
have appeared in the papers to the
effect that the ocean cable is now
to be laid, but such is not the fact,
as the steamship Faraday will
merely lay the shore end at Bye
Beach. The mid-ocean cable will
not be connected with the shore
end until the first of August.
New York, June 4.
A private letter, dated May 2Sth,
has been received in this city from
Havana, containing the following
important extracts : Baj-amo is in
the hands of the Insurgents since
the twentieth of May. Figueros
was defeated by Gomez. Figueros
had four thousand men, and the in
surgents went into Puerto Principe
and took away all they wanted. A
fight took place around Cienfugos,
where, it is said, Santellis the De
mon, who was some time ago the
terror of Guanabacoa, was killed
and his column cut to pieces.
Mauzella expects at any moment to
hear the insurgents thundering at
her gates for admission. This news
sent gold up to 150 per cent. The
Spaniards in Havana commence to
grumble and say that Concha has
come to sell them out like so many
sheep, but that they will string him
up before he can get a chauce to
leave with his bootj Bayamo is
the capital of Crintell Department,
and It was there that Cespede first
proclaimed Cuban independence;
it has a population of about 20,000,
and is strategically a very strong
and important position.
Washington, June 4.
The President has signed an act
for the relief of W. B. Thomas, late
collector of customs at Philadelphia ;
also, an act extending the time to
pre-emptors jn Minnesota to make
final payments ; also, an aot for the
better protection of the frontier set
tlements against Indian, and Mexi
candepredations. Rear Admiral Fabins Stanley
has made application to be placed
on the retired list in consequence of
the length of his service, having
served forty years in the navy, and
being in failing health. His appli
cation is now before the President,
and no doubt will receive favorable
action, in which case Commodore
C. 1 P. Rodgers will be pro
moted to tho grade of Rear
Admiral. The retirement of Rear
Admiral Case, commanding the
European stations, which takes
place in August next, will promote
Commodore Napoleon Collins to the
grade of Rear Admiral. John L.
Warden, present superintendent of
the naval academy- at Annapolis,
will succeed Rear Admiral Case to
the command of "t.'ip European
station, and Rear 'Admiral' Rogers
will succeed to the superintendent
of the naval academy.
The currency bill conference com
mittee has not bad a iqceting for
two tja s. Opinion's vVy regarding
the possibility 0f a final agreement.
From the tone ot sonio of the mem
bers It Is thought there Is no possi
bility of an agreement, while oth
ers thinlca settlement will be reach
ed at the session to-day.
The controversy is on
m relatqi fa ' rptirpnients of
greenbacks, and it is thought the
solution will be 'reached by a com
promise on 3J per cent, retirement.
In the House on a motioq Qf Mr.
Durham the Sensto amendment to
the bill in relation to Freedman's
bank was concurred in, and the
conference committee ordered the
Senate amendment to the House.
A resolution in regard to tho Con
gressional Record was adopted.
A memorial from the' New York
newspaper publishers was presented
and ordered printed, asking a uni
form rate of postage of one cent an
ounce on newspapers and .two cents
on other periodicals.
A resolution directing tho public
building "committee to select a site
for an equestrfan statute of Gen. C.
W. Greene was adooted.
Montreal, Junp 1,
Senator Brown returns to Wash
ington Immediately, as it is under
stood that a draft of the reciprocity
treaty as submitted by him was
satisfactory in all its features, but
thp Govcrnnient objects to sopie of
its details, qnd it Js to have those
modified, when ho returns to
The associated pross statement
of a threatened uprising of Crows
and Blackfeet Indians in the north
west is ascertained a pure inven
tion. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Mcney Market.
New York, June 4.
Money Easy at 23 per cent,
with free offerings.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at' 483J for sixty dayn. "
forsipht, - "'5
vjoid Weak and lower ; opened
at 111, and declined to 111 J, rose to
111, and now selling at 111. At
the treasury sale, a million and a
half of gold was sold tOKlay, at rates
rangiug from 11151 to 111-55.
Governments Dull and a trifle
lower. No now features. Currency
Stocks Market has reflected but
a small volume of business and after
mid-day there was a decided weak
ness. The bulk of trade was in W
U and Lake Shore. Market is now
drooping. Erie 33; Pacific Mail
41; UP 25; WU72J.
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 4.
Breadstuffis Opened generally
Flour Steadier; super, State and
Western, 5 155 75 ; extra, 5 90
WTieat Better; No 1 spring, 1 50
1 52; No 2 Chicago, 1451 46;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 49 bid.
Corn Better at 8182.
Oata Firm at 6264.
Rye Nominal; 1 091 11.
Provisions Quiet but firm.
Pork Old Mesa 16 50 bid : New
Iron Dull. .
A Budget of Important News
The American Pilgrims to be
Given a Reception on Their
"Arrival in Rome.
Bayonne, June 4.
A battle is imminent atEstella,
where the Carlists are in great force.
Madrid, June 4.
General Loma has been appoint
ed Captaiiu General of the Basque
Madrid, June 4.
Senor Rascon will probably be
appointed Spanish Ambassador at
San Sebastian, June 4.
A reinforcement of three thou
sand Republicans has reached this
city, greatly to tho relief of the peo
ple. London, June 4.
The Times says that attempts at
an alliance between the Centres of
the French Assembly will probably
fail, and objects to the recogniation
which the Left Centre considers in
dispensable. Berlin, June 4.
The Czar u ill meet the Emperor
of Germany about the middle of
June at Ems.
An official denial is given to the
reports that the candidature of Ho
hoenzollern Prince for the crown of
Spain is to be revived.
Havana, June 4.
The Voce De Cuba says the gov
ernment contemplates a public sale
of the gold it now receives from
revenue. The Voce hopes that this
news will restore some quiet to the
agitated money market. Very little
business is done, and the prices of
the necessaries of life have been
Rome, June I.
The American and English
Catholics in this cityhave proposed to
give a public reception to the Ameri
can pilgrims on their arrival here,
and to mako other demonstrations
in sympathy; but the Pope depre
ciates such a display, as it might
cause a disturbance. The people
generally appear to be indifferent.
Paris, June 4.
In the Assembly Wednesday the
debate on the electoral bill was con
tinued. Mr. Ledru Roll in made
the principal speech of the day. He
denied that the Assembly had any
right to alter the present svstem of
franchise; but that a general elec
tion should, and no other be sub
stituted therefor. At this point the
feeling was almost unanimous.
There were loud protests from the
Bonapartists, and much noie and
confusion prevailed so that the
speaker could not be heard for some
minutes. When the excitement
had subsided the speaker re
sumed by alluding a fair ma
jority to retore a monarchy or
even that form of government, Jsa
declared the Assembly as being
powerless to constitute a monarchy,
and should maintain the republic.
He concluded by urging a peedv
dissolution of the Chambers.
Ex-President Thiers received a
deputation of Frenchmen from
Peru, and in reply to their address
said he believed il;e maintenance
of peace, w Inch he said was in fte
cordance with the w Ishs ot Europe.
JAS. M. MTITTIE,
133 uud 18ft Farnham Street.
VAN BORA'S i!iACIIME
S EC OF.
AU kinds of light aaj Leavj-
MACHINERY .HADE & REPAIRED.
US' All Work Guaranteed.
250 HARNEY STREET, - 0HAHA.
261 Farnhaui St., Het. llth A 15th
II. GCECE. C. J. KAE3ACII.
GREBE k. KARBACH,
15th t. Letween Farclum and arnej- sts.
QMAHA, - - NEB.
MAN CFACTCBEB 07
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BIGGIES AND CAltRllGES.
Dealers in and manufacturers o(
AGRICULTURAL IHPLEMEXTS I
Particular attention v'n .
UORSKS"" - TO
, -.ring cf wagont and blacksmltbtng
promptl y dene at reasonable pricca myd JkwCm
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses his own medclnes, and besides
regular pracUce, makes specl-lltlos of Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Orncs and Residence, Corner Farnham and
Hth Streets, first door to the rk;htp up stairs
Omaha, Neb. Address Lock; Box &!.
225 F-rahin Street, - - Onato, Neb
WHOLESALE ASDEETA1I. DEALER IS
FURNITUBE, BEDDING, ETC.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BHinGS' YAED, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wood 7 00 ; Solt 55 09. s'oe WcoJ to sclt
any n ember of store Tery cheap. spISU
1TILLIIEL-I & TAYLOR,
17th and Chicago streets,
OMAIIA, - - - :EBi
ARE now prepared to dellrer in large or
small onantitles, their mUd Kg""!
NONE SUCH" brand of hams and breatlss.
bacon, put up expressly for family uie. On
hand pure k?tUe-rendered leal I lard, by tho
barrel or In cans of 10, 15,25 or 40 lbs.
& r a promptly fiueoVS
Ladies' Ready-Made Suits
To make more room for our stock of specialties, iz
EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS.
W c l,avc concluded to close out our 11EADY-MADE SUITS at tlic Ml,vls rluccu price:
15 Ladies .Suits witt Skirt and Polonaise, $ 4.00 $5 50
5 Percale Wrappers, at
The Goods are
tt?EnsK2STJLlSTrI?f3 IEnIlsI -A.2STTS
trelelyX"1" " CmtCr C0UnterS a f remnant aJ
K, A. BROWN, 248 Don
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, iEPELlAIH,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also TELA'ET & BEAYEH CLOAKEfGS
A FULL STOCK OF SfcTAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MSRIISTO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOCm
ENGLISH AND 4MERICAM CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, H4TTIP mjGS Mm
CHEAPEB TEA THS CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors
IfoVs and UP.
PRICES as to make it to tlie iSer?!- SfJS?31 re?CED
anything in this line, to S3 STSSSS
? ABLOI&SISS , OUNGSS &e., UPHOLSTSP.ED ANJ
COVERED TO ORDER. " amjj
&.c, &c, A:c.
s. k. on. or kit sndFAitxnAai.
Schneider & Buriiicsicr
TIN, COPPEIt AND SHEET IROX
WAKE. DEALERS IN
CooKinjr and Heating StoTes.
Tic Roofing, Spouting ami Guttering don
short notice and in itm best manner,
iiteen treet sept24 dl
City Meat Market.
Kwp cucUaiilir on hand
A LARQE SUPPL Y OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
all new. and bought from the niaiiiiri.iinrfi.r r.,i.
Cor.lth. and Farnliani Sts., Omalia, STob.
IF-AXiID STOOKI, 1873 I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
203 E'AmunTa Sti.oot;omftt
"EX? A TXT-ET T
XXI, DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING JG00DS.
1--U1I Assortment Imported Woolens. AlllVork Warranted
asaareoalxasaSt, - . Omaha, .
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received '
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT" EXTRA -CHARGE ! !
C. F. 22 : C MA.X3T, 256 Douglas.
v,or. lata and
Farniiam St. ITsar
nd Furnishiiig Goods.
TECAlsr THE CHEAPEST.'
' W" !, to oe sold at ex-
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