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TEE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD BOSEWATEB, Editor and Prop'r
Oflet-Xo. 138 ruBbm iret, betr.
SiBtb aad Tenth.
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LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
cOloreA Smith. 1S3 JJarney street. Let.
inn ana uin. .......
it.B5 AND FIGTURB raME8.
JKeinhart, 1SG Iouilas street, dealer in
.win.!.. glaaa and picture Irani is, (.lazing
done to order. -2ll
B00T3 AND 8H0E3.
Philip Ung, 153 Farnhaui st, Klween 10th
ai-d lloh. fel19rl
HI, Latey, corner 12tli and D.mglss streets,
m nulicturcr and wimlrsale Ueiler In
andsand conlectiouery. Country trade so
Fland A Elll.it, coal, lime, cement hair, etc,
131 Farnham sU Ieblani3
J A. P.a?der, druggist, corner 12th and Har
Elgutter, Ko. 200 Farnham sU lelTtf
Anew laundrr opened at 511 11th st., -t
Farnham and Douglas. The washinR aud
Ironing will be done to order, first class wurt
Lehman A Beard, houe and idgn painters,
10th st. Let. Farnham aud Harney. a2stl
Premium fcoap Worls. T.iwel' A Co, still
manufacture their 1'iemiuiu boap. I Ive
first premiums awarded by the Dougla county
and State fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Oiuers solicited from the trade.
. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crcigb ton lllocl., Omalia, Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Attorney and" JCoanselor at Law.
OFFICE Room No YbscWi Block,
OMAHA - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Ittorncr.al-Lair ami Solicitor in
OFFIOh-Orer First Nttioaal Ban,
Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIRTEENTH: STREET, OMAHA
, X. BALDWIN.
BALDWIN &- CBBIEST.
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICE CBEIQirrON'S BLOCK,
T. W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
Office 510 13tU St., bet. Farnham
and Douglas, Omxka, Xeb.
V 0. Box 80 "8u
O. H. HALLO
El). It. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Crcighton's new block, southeast cor
OMAHA, - EB.
SAVAGE &. MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
242 FARSHAM STREAT.
jaK3W.sz.aob, I Omaha, Nebraska.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
No. 2GJ Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Boom 9, Visscher's B ock,
OMAHA,- - - XEBR.
j. s. sPAtn.
,). K. riUTCUKTT
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys ind Counselors at Law.
Office, 505 Twelfth Street.
.i.i... ik Hat 4rt. Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE
A.ttoraov - Xja ov
REDICK'S OPERA ROUSE
OMAHA . HEB.
JOBS E. KEULGvi
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
OSm Boost 2, Crelgntan Block, 1 . nlr . ,
Oor. 15th an 1 'ioagUs fits. I AHA.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PBOMPT
ly atteoded to- No charge unless collec
tions are made, nouses to let and rents col
ecteJ. Real estate bought aud sold. aplTtl
W. J. CONNELL,
Oounaellor mt Xmm,-vt
)rftriet Attanej for Smm4 J
OFICS-Soath M4 of Farmhaaj, between
1MB an i iib at-, oppeau voun aonse.
The Terminus Fight.
Omaha Again Victorious.
Discomfiture of the Spoon lake
Specia' Correspondence or the Br.J
Washington, June 3.
I take ad vantage f the first mail
"West to give the readers of the Bee,
full particulars of the victory won in
the House this afternoon on the
transfer question and terminus
light. The Iowa delegation have
been for some time sanguine of suc
cess, and had made all arrange
ment? to rush the bill through to
day, under a suspension of the rules.
Crounse single handed in the House
litis had the arduous duty of com
batting the entire nine members
composing the Iowa delegation,
Byapersevering effort, he succeeded
in enlisting to his support several
members from other States. When
the bill was ealled up this afternoon,
Omaha was ready and watching for
the fray. Unus-ual excitement pre
vailed, and Congressman Crounse
in stentorian tones called Mr.
Speaker repeatedly, ami succeeded
in getting recognied amonga rioren
other calls for the privilege of the
floor. Crounse asked unanimous
leave to make a statement, ivhicli
was out of order, as he knew, but
determined to make his point, he
paid no attention to the rapping of
the Speaker's gavel, and amidst the
vociferous- ciies of "question,"
"question," from the Iowa
representatives, succeeded in
making the statement he wished,
which in effect Mas that
this question of transfer was purely
a judicial one, and was already be
fore the courts for adjustment, that
it would be manifestly impolitic for
Congress to forestall the action of
the courts by unwise and hasty leg
islation. He hoped Congress would
leave the decision to the proper tri
bunal provided by law in such cases.
Tiiis short statement had a power
ful effect upon the Hous-e, and the
evident purpose of Iowa interests to
ride rough'-shod over all opposition,
niwl fun-it tho bill tbroiiirli at nil
hazard?, reacted to the benefit of
Omaha. The being called, Iowa
was whipped out of her boots', in
stead of getting a two-third vote
necessary to suspend the rules, they
only received about 37 votes in the
entire Houso, -while the vote in
favor of Omaha was over
two to one in our favor. It
was the neatest thing of the
session, and an overwhelming defeat
for Mcpill and his Iowa colleagues.
Crounse was congratulated on all
sides, and the entire Nebraska dele
gation were complimented.
Senators Hitchcock and Tipton
were both on the floor of the House,
as also Messrs. Millard, Saunders,
Taffe, Thayer, Atkinsoa, Adams
and others Kvery Nebraska man
in the city of Washington, has been
enlisted in this matter for several
weeks back, and probably no mem
ber of the House has escaped being
"interviewed" on many occasions,
and sounded on the bridgequestion.
To-night a jollification meeting was
held at Senator Hitchcock's rooms,
at the discomfiture of the Iowa del
egation. Thuy tlioujrltt they had
the pins set right, but Nebraska roll
ed a ball that knocked them end
ways. Saunders coralled the color
ed vote In tho If ousp on the strencth
of securing the clause hi our Htate
constitution giving suffrage to per
sons of color. He Is as happy to
night as a baby with a ornnberry
Omaha has reason to thank her
citizens who Ijavo lieen here labor
ing in this matter, as well as to the
centering and watchful interests of
the Nebraska Representatives. This
result in the House will probably
discourage anJ' further attempts at
legislation upon Hiis subject. And
the effect upon tjia Senate commit
tee, which has tho subject updor dis
cussion, will be to postpone further
discussion in that direction. Pusey
and Chapman of Couucil Bluffs,
who have been hero striving to put
the measure through, are pnoking
their carpel-sacks and "preparing
to steal away. They will go home
no doubt, aud say they failed
through a misunderstanding; but
they will not be able to explain away
the fact that the great majority of
the House, looked at Crounse, as
much as to say, what shall we do?
And a wave of tJio liami from him
glued them to their seats, till he
wanted them to rise, when up to
their feet they came almost en
masse; MoPiJI, the meanwhile,
gesticulating wildly for his supports
tocometohlsald. But tjioy came
not, and Omaha is again victorious,
and the transfer goeth not yet Into
the land of PhUUstines,
We are highly gratified to an
nounce that the "position" of the
Duchess of Edinburgh has been def
initelysettled. We did not, of course,
refer to the interesting event fore
shadowed by the cable some weeks
ago, but to the position that has
been conceded to Maria Alexau
drowna in the royal family circle of
An indiscriminate daughter 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 aijd $2.50, o:oh,
bought and sohl by P. Gottheimcr,
.Broker, at 298 Farnham street.
Unredeemed IYedgcs for Sale.
9th street hetween Jones and Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
-T-rEErSTOE ilOST COMPLETE ASSORT
LV met of Ladle' and Gents' straw hats, trim
med and untnuiiacO, rarasols, Piques, Mar
seilles. Nainsooks and all kinds ol Ury Goods,
Ladies' and Gents' Boots, etc. My line of Dry
Hoods is Complete Selling only tor CASH, I
amaUeto UNDrllSELL any olher Dealer In
the City. Our PIUCESareLOWEU than eref
heard 4 before. my ll-3ia-pl
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
ASI CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
Ko. 274 Farafaam s'. bet, 15th ts. 16th.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarranteed.
JM-Cwh psli lor hides. ap39rl
Specially Exported for the Omaia Daily Bee,
hr the Atlantic Pacific Telegraph Co.
Washington, June 5.
Mr. Windom, from the committee
on public lands, reported favorably
on the bill for the relief of certa'n
settlers on public lands in Iowa and
Mr. Logan presented a petition
signed by 2,000 citizens of Illinois,
praying Congress for a charter for a
double track freight railroad from
the Mississippi to the seaboard ; re
ferred. The Senate insisted upon its
amendments to the army appropria
tion bill, and West, .Logan and
Stevenson were appointed as a con
ference committee thereon.
At the expiration of the morning
hour, Mr. Anthony called up the
bill to provide for the sale of extra
copies of public documents, and for
the distribution of regular official
The fourteenth section of the bill,
as reported by the committee, pro
vides for the printing for distribu
tion by the commissioner of agricul
ture of 25,000 copies of the agricul
An amendment confining the dis
tribution to employees of the de
partment or those furnishing the de
partment with information was of
fered by Mr. Freylinghuysen, was
amended to include in the distribu
tion every grange of the patrons of
husbandry and this was rejected,
yeas 22, nays 28.
The fifth and sixth sections pro
vide for the distribution of acts and
resolutions of Congress, and the
statutes at large was stricken out.
Mr. Edmunds moved to increase
the number of agricultural reports
to be sent out to 50,000.
Mr. Carpenter advocated the
amendment in a speech, in which
he denounced the abolition of the
franking privilege and favored
franking every public document.
The amendment was rejected, 21 to
Mr. Stephens offered an amend
ment providing for the printing and
free distribution of 300,000 copies of
the agricultural reports ; agreed to,
34 to 15.
Pending further action, the Sen
ate adjourned till Monday.
The report of the conference com
mittee on the diplomatic appropria
tion bill was agreed to.
Mr. Kelly from the ways and
means committee, reported a bill
admitting all articles for exhibition
at the Centennial Exhibition free of
The House then proceeded with
the consideration of the bill for the
improvement of tho mouth of the
Mr, Garfield desired to goffer an
amendment for the appointment of
three eminent engineers to Burvey
the mouth of the Mississippi and
determine the best method of im
pro ing the Same, their report to be
transmitted to Congress by the Pres
ident at the next session.
Mr. Hurlburt, who has charge of
the bill, refused to allow the substi
tute. Mr. Garfield moved to reconsider
the vote by which the previous
question was seconded, but the
Housp refusal! by a votp of 119 to
102. " -
Mr. McCrary's substitute which
provides for the construction of the
Forf gt, Phpjp canal and its main
tenance as a nationa) highway was
adopted, and the hill thus amended
was passed 140 to fi.
The bill as it pcised provides that
a ship canal, commencing at some
point on tbp Mississippi below Fort
St. Philip and connecting at Breton
rass, snail be constructed anu main
tained at the expense and under the
control of the government; that the
Secretary of War shall have a thor
ough survey made for the location
of said canal; that the engineers'
survpy aiifl repqrt sltajl glvo com
plete plans and specifications of the
work in the construction of such
survey; that $20,000 Is appropriated
for the survey. The canal shall be
nqt Josp ban P0 "feet at tljp bottom,
nor less tfiap tet deep. AH the
necessary fixtures and conveniences
for navigation shall be provided.
That the Secretary of War shall
causp tho panal to be constructed
through the jands intjlpatpd. jn tie
report; that tho canal shall lie al
ways open to vessels of all nations,
without tolls; shall be kept in repair
at tjip national expense, and opera
ted by (totalled officers of the United
States; the canal shall he a military
post and public highway connecting
the Mississippi river and the Gulf;
that tjip a4rorajty and maratine
jurisdiction sliall be established by
the Uhted Straps over suit canal;
the State of Louisiana shall cede ju
risdiction of these lands and relin
quish the right to tax or assess thpm;
that the total cost of Its construc
tion shall not exceed eight million",
no part of which shall be expendeu
until tho entire work is put under
contraot according to this not, nt
prices to be sure of completion; that
the sum of $8,000,000 are hereby ap
propriated to bo paid in install
ments not exceeding one-third of
the whole In any one year; that on
receipt of tho survoy and
report, tho Secretary of War
shall immediately advertise for
bids to construct the canal and shall
award the contract to the lowest re
sponsible bidder, who shall give
satisfactory bonds for the comple
tion of the work; the bidder must,
however, deposit . $10,000 to be
turned over" tQ th,oUnIt Ktatcs
Treasury In case he fails to make
the contract in SO dajs after being
notified of the acceptance of his bid.
The work must ha completed for
use within three years iron the
commencement thereof, that the
United States reserve tho right to
modify the use of said canal1,
amend or repeal this act, if the pub
lic interest requires,
The house took a recess till 7:30.
The evening session Is to be for
business of the committee on publio
Evening Session A number of
bills were reported from the com
mittee on public lands and were
variously disposed of. Finally a
vote on the bill discovered the
absence of a quorum, and the House
IjONdon, June 5.
The annual race for the Oaks
Stake was run on the Epsom Downs
to lay, and.waa won by Mr. Loud
ne's Apology, Mr. Lefar's Miss To
to being second, and Mr. East's La
dy Patrocla third. The weather
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Bosion, June 5.
The Massachusetts Senate yester
day passed the bill abolishing the
State constabutary over the Gov
ernor's veto by 21 to 10. The ques
tion will probably come up in the
Cincinnati, June 6.
Johnson, accused of theft, on the
steamer United States, attempted
to escape this morning, and was
shot by a police officer named Wm.
Jones. He is now dying. Jones
has been arrested.
Aluaxy, June 5.
The aquarium car, fitted out in
New Hampshire, to convey fish to
California, reached this city last
evening. The yacht Hattie E. Peek
brought up from Seth Green's fish
ery grounds thirtj'-six thousand
shad and one thousand eels just
hatched, to be put in the car, which
leaves lor its destination this eve
ning. Washington, June 5.
Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury Sawyer will tender his resigna
tion to the President, inasmuch as
he wishes to relieve Gen. Bristow
from any embarrassment on his ac
count. This statement is made on
the authority of Mr. Sawyer him
self. The conference committee on tho
currency bill had a long session last
evening and agreed upon a green
back retirement of 37 per cent.;
redemption of legal tenders in coin
alter January, 1878, and the aboli
tion of securities after circulation.
The committee will meet again and
hope to filial consummate a meas
ure to be reported to both houses.
Oil City, Pa., June 5.
A j-oung lady giving her name as
Alice Capless, while kindling a fire
with a can of kerosene oil, at the
residence of Frank H. Bobtrts. in
I Venango county, Pa., near this city,
was fatally burned to-uay, oy me
kerosene igniting, and the can ex
ploding. She stated to her attend
ing physician, that she was the girl
who made the disclosures of the mis
conduct of a Catholic piiest and
nun, at St. Catherines, Canada, and
who escaped from thence to Roches
ter, N. Y., as recently published in
the public press. When asked if
she desired the services of a priest,
she replied that she did not. All she
wished was that when she was dead,
to be lad in sonic quiet spot.
She statpd that she had no
friends in thjs country, and had no
communication to send to any one.
When tho physician left she was
still living, but could not possibly
survive through the night. The
young woman made her appearance
in this section a short time ago, ar
riving here on boat. Previous to
the accident she refused to give any
clue as to who she was, or wherp
she belonged, and only made this
statement after being assured thero
were no hopes of her recovery,
New York, June 5.
A cable dispatch fromYokoma
ha, via Nagasaki, Japan, to the Pa
cifiic Mail Steamship Company's
agent in this city, states that the
steamship Alaska sailed to-day from
Yokohama for San Francisco, with
a full passenger and freight list, in
cluding 8000 tons of tea for New
York, via Panama.
The steamer China sails from
Hong Kong J imp, 13th, and from
Yokomaha June 22d, for San Fran
cisco. A dispatch from Chester, Penn.?
says the Pacific Mail steamship,
City pf Jakjo, lpft that port for Now
York at 8:1-5 o'olook tiiis morning,
to receive engineers ajid outfit.
"""The State Sena e passed a bil
abolishing the State constahulatory
over the Governors voto, but the
House failed; It acted affirmatively
however upon the enactment estab
lishing a State detective system,
with a clause putting an end to the
This will probably receive the
sanction of both houses, and show
whether the governor wants a corps
of detectives, or means to rctn'ii
porrupt 3tatp pollpe.
At tho ploslngsesslon of the brew
er's congress to-day, Jt was voted
that execu.ti.ve comrqjttec'f head
quarters far tho ei.sulng year be
Now York. It was decided to .hold
the next congress at Cincinnati.
Thomas Morrisey, residing at
Strcatham, in this State, murdered
ljls wjfe yesterday, whle drunk.
Washington, June 5.
The Attorney General has decid
ed that, irrespective of time or place
of marriage or residence of party, a
white woman who is married to a
citizen of this country Is to be taken
and deemed a citizen of the United
States. The Attorney General has
also decided that tie acts of Con
gross confer jurisdiction upon the
wardepartment the introduction of
spirituous liquors into the Indian
country to he exercised according to
the discretion of the Seoretary of
In the House the speaker asked
consent for N. S. Smith to read a
telegram from Oregon relative to
the recent election. Garfield objec
ted. Randall and Eldridge com
mented uioii the refusaj,intimating
that it was because the Republicans
anticipated tho telegram not to be
of a charaotor satisfactory to the
The diplomatic and consular ap
propriation bills were reported
with Senate amendments, and were
Mr. Hurlbut occupied the closing
hour in advocating the jettesystem.
In tho SenaU the bill for the re
lief of certain settlers on public
lands, In the State of Minnesota,
Mr. Logan precntcd a petition
signed by 2,00ff citizens of the State
or Illinois, praying Congress to char
ter a double track freight railway,
from the Mississippi river to the At
lantic ocean. Referred.
The proceedings were generally
Waterbury, Conn., June 5.
An attempt was made last night
to rob the convent of Notre Dame,
by three unknown men. The watch
man, James McGowan, started in
pursuit, when the thieves turned
upon and stabbed him in six places,
with fatal effect. , The burglars se
cured no plunder, but managed to
Rochester, N. Y., June 5.
Henry Net! was caught in a re
volving belt at the Central Flour
Mill yesterday. After several rev
olutions the body was wedged be
tween the shaft and the celling,
causing the machinery to stop. He
was fearfully mangled, and died
New York, June 5.
The chief of the secret service of
the division of Government, arrived
here yesterday morning with a mass
of testimony against the counter
feiters lately arrested in the west.
Arrests of this last batch of counter
feitfers seventeen in all .were ef
fected in the cities of Cincinnati,
Cleveland and Detroit, and com
prise the names of the most notori
ous men in the business.
The gang are James Seymour,
John Mills, Bill Gordon, Jake and
Andrew Devaha, G. C. Berkley,
James Earle, G. Stopplekamper,
Fred Breutziuger, JoeMiIIer, John
McNealon, and females Mary
Brown, Mrs. Mitchell and their
confreres. A terrible blow was
struck at the last system of counter
feiting in the United States by these
arrests, and for the time being it
will have a tendenc- to check the
flood of spurious notes with which
the country', its business and banks,
have been afflicted. Since last fall
109 arrests have been made by the
secret service force, but by all odds
tlie arrest ol tins batcn lias oeen tne
A EW 1 oric, June 5.
A World's special from Salem,
Oregon, says that Graver, Demo
crat, has been elected Governor - of
Oregon, with the entire Democratic
State and Congressional ticket by
one thousand majority.
A special from Washington says:
Hugh L. Jewett, member ot Con
gress, says he knows nothing of the
Presidency of the Erie road being
tendered him, except what he has
seen in newspapers.
The Herald this morning pub
lishes a long review with Dr. Cott
man, who returned to this city last
evening from SVashington, where
he had rendered to the executive
department the result of his inves
tigation into the condition of affairs
in the overflowed portions of Louisi
ana. He says Louisiana, between
the flood and complicated condition
of policies, is in a most uufortunate
condition; that misery, wretched
ness, want ami. despair are constant
companions of'the poor whites and
negroes. There is no money in the
State ; aid must come from outside.
The general government must take
charge of the levees; Louisiana can
not furnish the means ; it will be
several years before the overflowed
portions can entirely recover; all
the people of the State are repudia
tes, and the negroes especially fa
vor the repudiation of all State
debts. This will be the issue at the
next election in Louisiana, and in
fact all over the South. The people
attribute their present deplorable
condition to carpet bag rule. Colt
man thinks a political crisis is inev
itable in September. Secret meet
ings are constantly being held and
formed. Ciyil war is probable, and
it will bo a square out and out fight
between the whites and blacks.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, Juno 5.
.Money Easy at 22V por
wiui iree oiienngs.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
steady at 487"4S9 for sixty days,
490J491 for "sight.
Gold Strong in the morning
with advance from 111.
Governments Active; with large
business and prices l per cent,
Stocks Dull and weak, but prpt
seating no spepjal features at this
hour; market about j'l per cent.
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 5-
Brcadsluffs Opened generally
FJour Sleadipr ; super, State and
Western, o 155 75 ; extra, 5 90
Wheat Betterj.No 2 Milwaukee
spring 1 50.
Com Better at 8183.
Oats Finn at G3.
Rye Nominal; 1 091 11.
Provisions Quiet but firm,
Pork Old "tfeis 10 50 bl'd ; New
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, June 5.
Flour Nothing doiiig; prices
Wheat Weak, cashl 101; sellprs
July, 1 181.
Corn Weak; cash 57 J; July57J;
Barley Nothing doing.
Rye Sterfdy, at 90.
Pork Quiet; cash S17 5Q17 GO;
July 17 6o17"0; August 17 90.
Laad-Quiet, 11 00; July 11 10;
August 11 2511 30.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Juno 5.
Cattle Receipts, 3,000. Better
feeling, especially for high grade
stocks. Market rather dull ; fair to
choice steers, 5 500 20; extra do,
G 350 40; Texans, 4 254 45.
Hogs Receipts, 13,000. Buyers
and sellers apart. Market closed
dull and weak, with a large number
of unsold hogs in pens : common to
good, 5 74 ; good to choice, 5 14
Sheep Receipts, GOO. Market
quiet and unchanged, 3 504 00,
common to choice wooled.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 5.
Wheat Firm ; No 2 Chicago 110,
Corn Dull ; 5859 on track.
Oats inn: 45.
Pork Firmer: 18 25
Bulk Meats Nominal.
Lard Quiet; good at 11.
Bacon 5 005 40.
Whisky Steady at 9G.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June 5.
Hogs Receips 1,800 ; packers lots
5 005 65.
Cattle Receipts 1,100 ; firm and
171 Faianaa , 8. B.Cor. 11th St.
OMAHA - - - NEB
rt v OOA PEB DAI". Agentsiranl
0 VSv ed. All classes ol work
ing people ol either sex, yonng or old, make
more money at work lor us In their spare mo
ments or alf the time, than at anything else.
Address STINSON & CO., FgrUand, iUine-BOTjTi
The Pope is somewhat better. He
refuses to quit the Vatican, although
a change of air is recommended by
London, June 5.
The owners of the Durham col
lieries are ejecting a large number
of their tenants who were striking
miners. Two hundred and twenty
eight of these ejected families are
camping in fields.
Rome, June 5.
There is great excitement at the
Vatican, and intense anxiety is
manifested, as His Holiness the
Pope has suffered a relapse of fever,
and physicians state that his death
BAYOrNK, June 5.
Gen. Elio has arrived here to re
cruit his health. Gen. Piano suc
ceeds him during his absence from
The Carlist attacks upon San
Sebastian, Iruin, Heniani and Leg
ueitio were merely feints to cover
the withdrawal of their forces to
tho defense of Estella.
London, June 5.
Advices from Spain state that the
Luequetio, a maritime town in the
province of Biscay, seventeen miles
east ot north-east of Bilboa, and on
the Bay of Biscay, has been bom
barded by a schooner belonging to
the Republican navy. The cause
of this act was the admission into
port of a foreign ship containing a
cargo of contraband goods.
Matajioras, June 5.
A treaty has been made between
Mexico ami Italy for the extradition
The mayor of Matamoras has or
dered the chief of police of ranches
to prevent the passage of cattle over
the Rio Grande either way. This
order, if enforced, will probably
break up stealing of cattle on both
sides of the river.
Madrid, June 5.
Gen. Salamanca, commanding the
Republican forces at the town of
San Vicente, province of Tarragona,
reports to the minister of war that a
body of Carlists, numbering 3,000
men, attacked him yesterday, and
were repulsed Aith a loss of seventy
killed and ten wounded. The cas
ualties in Gen. Salamanca's com
mand were thirty killed and wound
ed. The Carlists have occupied
Rosas, a seaport town, twenty-seven
miles northwest of Gerona.
It now appears that Senor Ras
coni is to be appointed Spanish min
ister to some one of the South
American republics, and not to
Washington, as was mentioned yes
terday. Paris, June 5.
The Assembly has passed the
electorjal bill to its second reading
by a vote of 393 yeas to SIS nays.
Louis Blanc and M. Ganibetta op
posed the bill, and at the conclu
sion their speeches were received
with perfect ovation from the Left.
M. Balbire and Du Fause advocated
the bill. The Right centre have
issued a programme drawn up by
Dukes De Broglie, D'Audifrel, Pas
quin, M. Goulard, and Lavergne,
appioving immediate onjaiiixatlon
of power! and President Mac
Mahon for continuance of the title
of President of the Republic, and
maintenance of the political truce
until the end of the present seven
years' term, or in the event of an
occurrence of a vacancy in the
Presidency. In the meantime the
Left centre is dissatisfied with the
programme as not conceding suffi
cient to them.
o i a- jl tt s,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Fiixa and Smoker' Articles. 1S3 DOUG
LAS ST.. 01AHA, NE1J, Opposite Metrc
rqliUu Hotel. Consumers and Dealers will
liml it to their advantage to examine my stock
befose purchasing elsewhere. myl5-ly
4I.Ii ABOUT THE "WATER WOUKS
The central city of tho West
Quite proud ol late has grown,
Acd feels it can no longer wait
A goo I sized pond to own.
The greatest cities or the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reserrcdr
Upon their highest hill.
We read in the days of Noah
That waterworks were tried;
The trouble was trey bad nostwera,
Anl so the people died.
Lt us then remember
If water works we try.
To put in sewers good and slrorg,
Aud make our streets quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
Then everybody in the town
Will bay their hats of Bunce.
For all new styles that row are out,
Some fifty kinds or more.
You'll find them cheap at IlunceV
Famous New York store.
Th Chi niplon Hatter of the West, i"ia Doug
-MAS'.FACTURKF Or AND DKALKB IX-
Lamureqrus and Window Shades,
CHR0M0S, EXGRATIXHS AND
170 Farnham street. corner Fifteenth
mks. K.R. palmer,
Rooms, 2G2 Douglas St. near ,15!h, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual mcasaremenU-ji'it from
patterns and willgura,neesUaiction InaU
Cutting and Fitting a Specially.
It. GBEBE. C J. KARBACH.
GRERE & KARBACH,
13th st. Letween Farnham and arney sis.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BXGGIES AND CAltltl YGI'.S.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
PARTICULR ATTENTION PAID TO
BB-Repalring of wagons and blacksmlthing
promptly done at reasonable prices mydiwGm
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. I5RIGOS' YARD. CORNER OF
Hth and Chicago Streets. Good Ilaid
WoodS7 00 ; Solt S5 00. Store Wood to suit
any number of stove Tery cheap. apI3tl
Dispenses his own meddnea, and beside
reKulaxprKtice, makes spedallUes ol Derange
mSnta and Diseases Peculiar to Women, llstu
la. Pile and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Otfic and Residence, Corner Farnham and
11th Streets, first door to the right, np italn
Osaka, 2Ub, jUdNMLoekBox'Ot
GKElsTTS' FTJK,2STISH:i2isra- Q-003DS,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST.
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises the Latest XTovoltio.
THE! LATEST STTZJES Z2T SATS A2TD CAPS.
We Have also a Full Line in BOY'S ana YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OTTRGOODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
FAIi STOCK:, 1873 !
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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 VELYET & BEAYER CLOAIOXGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SSAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS
TABLE LINEX IX GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND MATS,
CHEAPER TZSA-ZlST TUE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding. Mirrors,
and everything pertainine: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
feas a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
gglggg goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this line, to examine his stock before uurchas
mg. PARLOIf SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
G. STRIFE LER,
&c, Ac, Ac.
i I T nnc'FAKJillAM.
s. !:. ron.or
Schneider & Burmester
HX, COPPER AXD SHEET IR0X
WARE. DEALEES IN
Cooking and Heating StoTes.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and fluttering don
short notice aud ic (he best manner,
lltetn trwt sept24 d)
City Meat Market.
Krop constantly on hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
J3SE F, X O
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
AND DEALERS IN-
OUR STOCK FOR THE
iAJV.bUfJlJ 1U UKiiJbJtC.
2Q3 go,x-xi.la.Ti3. Street. Omli:
FRANK J. RAMGE
DRAPER & TAILOR
AND DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
Full Assorlmentof Imported Woolens. All Work Warraated.
232 FamTiflraSt, . . Omah.su XTb
LADIES' SUITS !
Just Received !
G. F. HICKMATT, 256 Douglas.
ID AUSr. ETJEK,,
Cor. 13th. and
238 Farnham St. XTear 14th.
SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received !
EXTRA CHARGE ! !
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