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OMAHA. THURSDAY MORNING-. JUNE 11, 1874.
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THE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD UOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'r
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LEADING HATTER !
OnnACeairA Uotcl. f OjMAXl A.
OMAHA BDSUESS DIRECTOEI.
cOurei tinith. 1S5 llrney street. Ut.
HT..M ASil PICrU2E FMES.
T Eelnhart. 18o lou:l street, feilerin
.-wluiow glaas and picture Iraiuj, Wlazing
dons ti order. "
500T3 AUD 8H0E3.
Philip La&g, 133 Faruuaiu at, bjtwecn 10th
HL. later, corner lith and D-uglaa streets,
in tool jcturer and wholesale deler lu
ranl'.aaulcon!e.tlonerr. Country tr.de v
FUnd A Elllut, coil, lime, center it hair ,etc,
Ul Farnham it. IeUiin3
J A. Rosier, diugjist, corner ljth and lljr
Elguttcr, No. 2ft) Farnham at. iel7tf
npw laundry opined at 5U Ilth at., l-t
onlng wIU Ui done to order, first class work
Leuinan A Bard, hou-e and !gn palntj".
10th U beU Farnham and Uaruey . a2SU
Premium Sop Works. Powel 4 Co, atlll
manu-acture their I'.emium Soap. Hve
first premiums awarded by the Dougla county
and &ute lairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders solicited from the trade.
E. ESTABBOJK. w. M. FBASCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE Crcichton Block, Omaha. Xcb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
AUraej and" ;ConacIor fit Law.
OFFICE Boom Hd Viascier'a Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
r- JOHN W. JjYTLE,
IttonieTMit-La and Solicitor ia
0FFI0H-0T8nr Satlonal Bank,
Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIBTEEHTfl BrBEBT. OMAHA
. At BALDWIK O J. M. O'BEIKS.
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAHA. - - - - NEBBASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
T.'W. T. Richards,
Attorney at Law,
OMce 510 13th St., bot. ParaHam
ad Douglas, Omaha, Xeb.
? 0. Box 80 "S"
O. II. BA1XO EU. B..GLASGOW.
OSleo n Crelshtou's new block, southeast cor
OMAHA. - HEB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOfo,
Attorneys at Law,
342 FABNHAM 6TBEAT.
javcs w. SX fxnx, I omaha, Nebraaka.
cftav.Es r xDa',s.
N. J. BUBNHAM.
ATTOttSEI ASD COUNSELLOR AT
No. 2&) Farnham Street
J. g. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Law
Boom 9, Yisscher's B oci,
OMAHA, - - NEBR.
j. a. fpaua. ,.. . rmcum
SPAUN & PRltCHETt,
Attonejs lal Couasclon at Law.
0ce, sot weUth dtrett.
arfJ. Lpk !,, 400. Oraaha.Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttqnoT - X - Xi, ocr
KEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
JOU.1 K. KELLEV,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
MWBooaGreisntoaBlock.l . 0MAHA.
Ooi. 15th aai Oouslis fit. 1
OOLLEOTIOS'S SOLICITED AND PBOMPT
ly attendel to. No charge unless ejUec
Uons are m vie Hjawstolet and rents rot
ectl. Seal esUte bought and soli. ap!7tf
A W. J. CONNELL-
Wttrict Attaney far Seeeai Jai.
OFUcs South aidf of Farnham, betweco
lilh an 16th a&L, OfpealU Cort Uooa.;
What is to become of the country
now that the Indian Peace Com
missionera have resigned?
Judge jjudley inclines to the
opinion that "the best read and
most feared" Democratic news
paper in Nebraska has soured on
The passage of the Colorado bill
by the Houe is chronicled by the
Chicago Jlmcs' head-line humorist
as follows: "The Home of the
Hungry Potato Bug voted into the
Union by the House.'1
Keaknev inaugurated her new
jail two days ago by the incarcera
tion of Professor Van Teight, an
itinerant temperance lecturer who
got gloriously tight, and conse
quently became decidedly loose in
Tr is to be hoped that Congress
will to-day relieve Mr. Pinchback
of all further anxiety about his Con
gressional back-pay. Mr. Pinch
back has already stayed too long
away from the inundated sugar
plantations of Louisiana, and, we
apprehend, his presence in that re
gion will be of greater benefit to
to the country than his presence in
the cushioned seat of the House.
Tiik Grand Island limes deals
vigorous blows for the material in.
teru.-ts of its own important neigh
borhood, and compliments the
Herald as an "able advocate of
Omaha's interests." And the
limes might have added that it
never misses an opportunity to
fcerve the State as well. Herald.
And the limes might also have
truthfully added thatit never misses
an opportunity to blow the trumpet
of self-glorification. By the way,
are we to Infer that the Grand Island
brother of our Omaha brother-in-law
is to be promoted to a life mem
bership in the Herald's Mutual Ad
miration Society ?
EvKitv citizen of America has the
inalienable rijjbt to "life, liberty and
the pursuit of happinp s." These
national blessings are, however, en
joyed only in one American city,
in the unabridged spirit of the Im
mortaUauthors of the Declaration of
Independence. That city is Chi
cago. This terrestrial paradise is vividly
portrayed by tho Chicago Times in
the following comment: "Our Qprr
man fellow-citizens ought to be
happy. They lyivc a beer saloon
on every corner, witli a half dozen
between each porner, and which are
open nights, Sundays, am tjuring
all other periods. They have music
in the parks on Sundaj-s ; they have
tha liberty to form in procession,
and move through every street, and
all streets, ou every Sunday, with a
brass band in full blast, moving at
(he shortest possible intervals.
Thfiro Js beer eveiy where; every
adjacent quarter epption there is
a park of some kind; and
there is no epizootic to interfere with
tli delivery of beer, or any dearth
in hops to Interfere wjtjj its manu
facture. If there bo sucli a thing
as beatitude possible to a German,
one would think that beatitude had
folded Its wings and lighted upon
the ridge-poles of our German popu
An indiscriminate sTaurMcr in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
ohovojt shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthehner,
Broker, at 200 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Fledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and LeaTeaworlh sts.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS TUB MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met of l.odi' aud Gents' straw hats, trim
wed and tiutrimuied, Para-wl. Piques, Mar
seilles. Xatusoofcs and all kinds of Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Genu' Bo its, etc My line of Dry
Goods is Complete Selling only fqr CASH, I
am able to UNDERSELL any other Dealer in
the City Our PUICEa are LOW EU than ever
heard U before. my I4-3m-pl
The City Council will be In tension at a Board
of Equalization at ibe Council Chamber in the
City of Omaha, on Tuesday, Wednesday aud
Tbursiaj, heOtli, 10:h and 11th days of June,
inst., from th-s hours of 9 a.m. to 12 m., and.
from 1 p. n. to 4 p. m. of each day, for the
purpose of equalizinz tho City Anc tuieut and
txirvt g NV aud uft jrfQra comp'olacd of In
tbeCitr.ljteiiui ct; and all persons iuti rested
are hereby notified to app ar thin and there
with their complaints. If any, in writing, as
this Is the list opiKirfimity provided, by City
Char er 'or qvli correction.
By Order of the CJty Council i
O. 0. LUDLOW,
je4 5t- City Clerk.
Orr 4-d OOZ I'ER OAY. Agents want
5D 10 ?)U cd. All classes of work
ing people oi either sex, youu? or old, make
more money at wora for us in their sp ire mo
ments or nil thi time, than at anything else.
Address ST1NSON A C J., Portland, MIna-
Justice of the Peace
Office orer tho Slate Bonk,curner f Farn
ham and 13th streets. ja
O. 7. 33AMAIT2r9
171 Cor. Varaham suad Rlcwcath Sta.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS. cojtstanUy on band
and aotd cheap. tK2T.tt
H. OEIUE. c. J. KAEBAC1I.
URERE k KiRBACn,
15th st. between Farnham xa arney sis,
OMAHA; . NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES ASB 0BB11GBS.
Dealers la and manufacturers qf
-tSaBTICCUR ATTENTION PAID TO
tSVBepatriq; of wagons and blackxmlthing
prompUT done at reasonable prices. jnjdAwBm.
Specially Baportod for the Omaha Daily Bee,
bribe Atlantic PaclSo Telegraph Oo.
Washinqton, June 10
Mr. Ingersoll introduced a bill
abolish the board of Indian com
At the expiration of the morning
hour, unfinished business being the
bill to amend the custom revenue
laws and to repeal moieties, came
up, the pending question being the
Mr. Conkiing to the 29th section
providing that the bill should not
effect suits on actions commenced,
or forfeitora incurred prior to May
1 st, 1874. After the debate in which
Messrs. Carpenter, Chandler and
Howe favoied, and Messrs. Sauls
bury and Wadleigh opposed the
amendment, it was agreed to, 31 to
Mr. Stewart moved to strike out
the 12th section, which fixes a pen
alty of $500 to any alternate to de
fraud the revenue by means of false
invoice, and provides for the for
feiture of the particular kind of
merchandise concerned instead of
the whole invoice.
Mr. Conkiing opposed the bill as
one of the most extraordinary ever
framed, and predicted it would re
turn to torment the inventors. It
would greatly impair the revenues
of the government, and produce
disorder. He took occasion to de
fend the action of the government
officials in the Phelps, Dodge &Co.'s
case, and argued in favor of the for
feiture of the entire invoice for the
fraud on their part, and the only
way to arrest frauds.
Mr. Edwards argued th.at Phelps,
Dodge &Co. were guilty, and got off
Mr. Stewart's motion was rejec
ted; 12 to 3.
Mr. Sargent moved to amend the
12th section, by changing the pen
alty, so as to make the fine not ex
ceed $5,000, nor less than $500, or
imprisionmeut not exceeding two
years, or both; agreed to.
Mr. Hamlin moved to amend the
12th section so that only the pack
age or case containing articles un
dervalued shall be forfeited. Agreed
Tho section stricken out in com
mittee of the wbolp wjdph provides
for the examination of books and
papers upon an order of the court,
was re-inserted so as to allow the
owner to be present when being ex
amined in court and the section was
The bill was read the sixth time
and passed 38 to 3. Adjourned.
Mr. Dawes, from the Committee
of Ways and Means, reported back
adversely the bill to abolish the
tax on cigars, tobacco and snuff, and
the bill to repeal the taxes on sav
in a bank deposits: also bills to re
peal the tax on "distilled liquors and
tobacco, and to impose an income
tax to repeal tbe duty on the same.
Mr. Dawes also reported favorably
the bill to amend section 1, of the
act of May JSHj, 1872, for the abate
ment of taxes on distilled spirits in
bond destroyed by casualty, by ad
ding the words "cistern room," be
fore the words distillery warehouse;
Tho eonrtirenGO report on the army
appropriation bill was received and
The House then took up the Gen
ova award bill.
Mr. Frye (Mo.) spoke of the de
mand of insurance companios on
Congress, and said they even sent
some of the best lawyers of the
country to Genpva, where thej ap
peared at the same time as tue
counsel for tho United States, and
now sent them here as lobb3'ists.
He mentioned the name of Wm,
M. E, varts in this connection;
Mr. Tremaine" defended the latter
from the Imputation, while Mr.
Cutler repeated tho charge.
Mr. Frye continued his speech,
and repeated the statement made
yesterday, that the amendment in
rojatjon to mutual insurance com
panies was got into the bill by fraud.
He wanted tlie clause struck out,
and the mutual insurance compa
nies placed on the same footing as
stock companies, to be paid in case
they lost, and only in that case.
Messrs. "Ward (III.) and Hale
(Me.) spoke in favor of Mr. Butler's
At 3. o'pjock. Mr. Butler rose to
close the debate.
Mr. Poland considered that the
tipje had not been fairly apportion
ed to the minority of the commit
tee, ant asked. T$r. Butler to yjeld
fifteen minutes to Mr. Beck.
Mr. Butler denied, notwitlistand
ing Mr. Poland rather persistently
urged his request, and proceeded
with his argument, Jfp presented
atatlsties showing the immense
profits ofonepfthe mutual -ur
ance companies, and said it'eame
now to ask for nearly four pnd a
halr 4UUQna (q the amount it had
already robbed sailors and mer
chants of by its war premiums, of
10, 15 and 20 per oeut,
At the oloso of Mr. Butler's
speech he yielded for five minutes
to Mr. Starkweather, who spoke in
favor of Mr. Butler's substitute,
after 'which the house proceeded to
vote on the bill and amendments.
Mr. Fr'e's amendment was
stricken out of Mr. Butler's suhstl
tute. The provjsq
In relation to
136; nays not
agreed to; yeas,
Various amendments offered by
Mr. Tremaine to Mr. Butler's sub
stitute were rejected.
Mr, Poland's substitute was re
jected; ytas, 92, nays, 141.
Mr. Eldridge then moved to lay
the whole subject on the table; re
jected; 59 to 107.
Mr. Butler's substitute for the
Senate bill was then adopted 132 to
10. The title was changed to a bUl
to provide for the just and equitable
distribution of monies, pursuant to
the Geneva Award, and the House
Meoitanicsbuhg, Pa., Jane 10. .
The State Grange of Patrons of
Husbandry met in special sessiori
this afternoon with a large attend
ance. Fully 4,000 patrons have ar
rived already, and the number wiiir
be increased. Tho principal object
of the meeting is to ratify or reject
the amendment to tho National
Constitution adopted by the Nation
al Grange at HL Louis. More than.
three-fourths of the counties are!
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
They Propose to Make War on
the Whites in General and
ticular. 1TEW TTOHK
Regular Meeting of the Cheap
Washington, June 10.
In the House, after the reading of
the journal from the" ways and
means committee, and its consid
eration, the following bills were
For the relief of Smith & Math
ews, of Illinois; to admit free of
duty merchandise sunk over two
years, and afterwards recovered; to
amend an act relative to the abate
ment and reportionment of taxes on
distilled spirits in Doml, destroyed
by casualities. The committee re
ported adversely upon a large num
ber of bills, some of which were laid
on the table, and the balance re
ferred to the committee of the
Washington, June 10.
The President has signed a bill to
reduce the area of the military
reservation of Fort Saunders, and
providing for the survey of said
reservation as reduced; also the act
to facilitate the exportation of dis
tilled spirits, and amendatory of
the acts relating to thereto; and an
act in reference to the operations of
the shipping coiumissoners act, ap
proved J une 7th 1872, this morning.
New York, June 10.
A fire broke out in Sangfen.-on's
moulding factory, 142 Attorney
street last night; loss, $10,000.
A severe thunder storm parsed
over here last night, accompanied
by heavy rain and high wind.
Matt Burk living on east ninth
street was struck by lightning and
removed to hospital uueoncious.
Last night's storm did considera
ble damage in the suburbs at New
Malineville, N. J., a house was
struck by lighting and Phoebe Fare
man killed. A terrific rain storm,
accompanied by hail, passed over
Newark and vicinity. Kenny
street baptist church was struck by
lightning, but was soon
New Yoiur. June 10.
A regular meeting of the New
k'ork Cheap Transportation Associa
tion was held this forenoon. Since
the last meeting eightj'-threc. new
members havo joined the associa
tion. A resolution was adopted that
a permanent department or bureau,
with sufficient powers, should, with
out delay, be provided by Congress
for tjip nuiposp of obtaining, pre
serving and circulating information
relating to tho subject, of transporta
tion. A resolution recommending
Congress to take immediate action
favorable to the passage of a bill for
constructing a qoublo traok froight
railroad from Isew York to the Mis
souri river at Council Blufis, con
necting with Chicago and St. Louis,
was laid over for further considera
tion. The meeting then adjourned.
"Washington, June 10.
The committee of conference on
the legislative executive and judi
cial appropriation bill have finally
agreed upon a report, which will be
presented probably Thursday. A
belief was expressed in well in
formed circles last night tluit tho
President will sign the ourrenoy
bill reported yesterday from the
conference committee. The cur
rency bill reported from the confer
ence committep yesterday afternoon
abolishes reserves in circulation anil
repeals the first section of the act of
1870 preventing banks hereafter to
bo organlzpd froin or have a cir
culation ' of over 500,000. It
also repeals the act limiting
the circulation of gold and noto
banks to SI, 000,000, and require all
banks to keep at the treasury five
per cent, of their circulation. It
provides that the limit of legal ten
der circulation shall be $3S,277, t)ip
prqportjoii qf rep.nhjjeJs to i "'
pr"oenti imtu '-"""- -
Am- - wnole amount
-standing is $300,000,000; and it
is also provided that after January
1, 1878, legal tenders may be ex
changed for coin or for any descrip
tion of bonds authorized by the
Funding aot oflS70.
New York, June 10.
The sixth annual convention of
the American Society of Civil En
gineers, assembled at Tammany
Hall, at 10 a. m. Several import
ant papers of unusual interest on
professional subjects were read and
discussed. Among the reports sub
mittee was one fiom the chairman,
James B. Francis, C. E., of Lovoll,
Massachusetts, on the failure of the
Dam at Williamsburg.
To-morrow the society will visit
the Stevens' Iron-clad Battery, the
Stovens' Institute of Technology,
the new docks at the Battery, the
East River Bridge towers, and the
submarine works at Hell Gate.
The annual dinner will be given at
Tammany Hall in the ovening.
Friday the excursion to visit the
Wyoming Coal Basin will leave
Hobokon by the Delaware,
Xackawanna and Western Rail
road, visit the Pine Shaft
Colliery at G o'clock, and remain in
Scranton that evening. Saturday
the party will leave bv the Central
Railroad of New Jersey, visit the
Ashley machine shops and the in
clined planes ol the wav and ar
rive at Wilkesbsrre at 11 o'clock;
visit the wire-rope factory at one
o'clock, spend the day in a carriage
ride about tho city, and a visit to
the Baltimore mine, the empire
shaft and breaker. Sunday will be
spent In Wilkesbarre. Monday the
Warty will leave by tho Lehigh Val
ley Railroad for Maunch Chunk.
take a ride over the switch hack.
works, the zinc-works, and return
Spbingfild, III., June 0.
The attorney for the people yes
terday filed an order desiring the
execution and issue against the Chi
cago fc Alton road in consequence
of judgment under the new railroad
law. The railroad company took
the caseinto the United States court
on a writ of certiorari. The execu
tion will be levied to-day.
Boston, June 10.
The sale of personal property of
the late Charles Sumner took place
at the auction room this morning.
The list of articles were divided into
209 lots consisting mostly of Glass
and Chinaware, much of it being
choice and beautiful. Prices ob
tained on some cases were very
Cincinnati, June 10.
The strike on the short line rail
road still continues. Several tanks
along the line of the road have been
tapped by the strikers.
The Master Car-Builders' Associa
tion of the United States is in ses
sion here to-day. Mayor Johnson
delivered the address of w -Iconic
Ottawa, Ont., June 10.
It is understood in well informed
circles here that the only question
that stands in the way of the com
pletion of the reciprocity treaty is
the unwillingness of the Washing
ton government to admit us to their
coasting trade. Our government,
however, is not without hopes of
procuring a modification in this re
spect. Toronto, Ont., June 10.
The Annual Convocation of the
Toronto University was held yester
day before a large and fashionable
assembly. Work on the Hamilton
& Western Railroad iias been sus
pended, owing to si dispute between
Hendrie, contractor, and the direc
tors of the company. The Hudson
Bay Company havo engaged the
services of Joseph Ward, of Petro
lia, to test the Red River country
Keokuk, June 10.
Secretary Belknap arrived here at
noon to-day, to attend the funera)
of his son William G. Belknap,
whodiod of consumption in this
city last Monday. The deceased
was in his 20th year, and 'was a
3'oung man of umisally bright in
tellect. He has been an invalid for
two years, and it was not expected
that he could long survive, but his
tleatn was. so siuiuen as to be start
ling, not only to his immediate
fricnd3, but to the community at
large. The funeral will take place
Brooklyn, June 10.
The fleet of the Atlantic Yacht
Club gathered at Bay Ridge, Long
Island, this morning, for their ninth
annual regatta. The shore along
Staten Island and in the vicinity of
Forts Hamilton and Tompkins was
lined with sppctators. At 1Q:50. tho
signal was given- and the Triton,
Peerles3 and Ague', the only three
schooners entered, started. The
wind Was lessened by a calm and
the ocean was smooth. The
Agnes started ahead, the Triton
taking tho second, and Peerless
last. In this position they passed
Fort Lafayette. Shortly after the
sloops of the fleet got under way,
and soon followed in the wake of
their greater foes. Ocean led closely,
followed by Recreation, Anna and
Jennie. Tho remainder, three in
number, struggled on behind. The
course is down the narrows, to and
around the stake boat, at the. south
west spit, "thence to and around the
strike boat nt Gcdney channel;
thence home, passing to the west of
Washington, June 10.
The following report was received
this evening at the army headquar
ters: Ft. Sill, I, T May 30, 1S74.
General: I have the honor to pre
sent for your information the fol
lowing statement in a disconnected
form, as given by "Kicking Bird,"
the Kiowa chief : Sometime since
all Camanches were ordered to
move to Pckiu or Elk Creek to join
in a grand medicine dance. The
result of the dance and council was
the determination to war ngainst
the whites n general and Texas and
Texans in particular. The Cam
anches were joined by Cheyennes
in their determination. They were
divided into several parties, one of
which was to move toward Fort
Sill reservation and agency and
steal the best stock available. Oth
ers were to move west to a strong
hold and remain there till return of
the first party,and then to move into
Texas in detached parties. The first
partv stole tho stock of the agency,
and of Mr. William Maden. They
were seen by the Kiowas, heading
toward their camp, with. &t0C.
Pecan CrerHi TlW - . ,. -fcar-o;
.--- . aim off hve
bilging to Kicking Bird
and Shambling Bear. The Kiowas
are joining Kicking Bird, who in
tends to move all the camps to the
the vicinitv of this post. There will
be Kiowas on the war path this
Geo. W. Fox.
Mr. Fox is a trader and inter
preter, and his report is endorsed
and forwarded by Lieut. Col. J. W.
Davidson, of the Tenth Cavalry,
commanding at FortSHL
The Senate Committee on Com
merce, on motion of Mr. Conkiing,
decided to lay on the table tbe
House bill to revise, amend, and.
consolidate the laws relating to the
security of life on vessels, propelled
wholly or in part by steam, com
monly known as the Steamboat
bill. This action, unless a majority
of the Senate vote to discharge the
committee from its consideration,
will prevent action being taken on
tho bill by the Senate at this ses
sion. The vote was unanimous
with the exception of Senator Chan
dler, who favored the bill.
To all Wliora it 31ajr Concern.
rrUKK NOTICE-That on the M dar of Juj
1 ls74, at 2 o'cIccV, p. m , I will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash at
the residence of Michael Sautter, one fourth of
a mile southwest of John Green's stone quarry,
the following described property, to wit: One
roan cow, one red steer, with while spot In the
face. The same baying been taten up as es
trajs by aahl Michael sautt r. ,,.
Jutice of the Peace.
Omaha, Neb., June 1, 1371- . Je 1 dlt w 5t.
EICH rABMISG LA5D Jff HEBEASKAS
HOUSES AND LOTS in the city of Omaha,
lor sale chean and on good terms.
BOGGS & Mitt.
Eeal estate brokcrs,office oTer Mactey s store,
on Dodge st. opposite netr psstoffice apSQaS
Concha is Moving on the Car
lists with Every Avail
London, Juire 10.
The Times expresses sui prise that
the American people, priding them
selves on shrewdness and precision
of thought, should indulge in such
antiquated superstitions as the pil
grimage to Rome.
London, June 10.
India advices state that famine
riots are reported in district near
Dargeehugh, in Sekkim Territory.
The troops fired on the rioters, kill
ing several. Eighteen hundred
emigrants arrived yesterday.
London, June 10.
Dispatches just received here from
Paris state that it is the intention of
the French Government to ask for
the extradition of the Communist,
Rochefort, and his associates, on the
ground that the crimes committed
by them were of a civil character,
and that under international law
they are liable to be extradited.
Paris, June 10.
The programme of the'Left Cen
tre is as follows: M. Du Favre will
shortly demand that the Assembly
shall organize a Republic; if this is
rejected the Left Centre will then
unite in demanding a Republican
Constitution or the dissolution of
the Assembly, and if this is refused,
the whole Left Centre will resign;
this last event would render tho
prolongation of the Assembly im
possible. .London, June 10.
A late dispatch from Morocco says
that fifty, of the Sultan's troops were
killed and wounded in an attack on
the city ofFrez.
The weather here to-day is verv
The rate of discount in the open
market for three month's bills is 2jj
per cent, which is per cent, bo
low the bank rate,
The amount of bullion gone into
the Bank of England on balance
to-day is 2S,000 pounds.
London, June 10.
A correspondent of the Times in
a letter to that journal from Victo
ria, province of Alava, Spain, says
that Marshal Concha is moving
against the Carlists with every
available man. General Dorrega
ray, tho commander of the Carlists,
is already In a good position, and an
important action is expected to take
place soon. The Duke of Con
naught (Prince Arthur) appeared
in the House of Commons last night
for the first time and participated
in the deliberations of that body.
Calcutta advices from thp famine
strickou districts are more favorable,
ami cases or actual starvation are
now rare. The number of persons
employed at the various relief works
has been decreased ii c,oncquence
of th,p, rains which how prevail ev
erywhere, MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
faw. York Mon3y Market.
New York, June 10.
Gold 1 11.
Western Union Telegraplj at ?2
Pacific Mail at 42, New Vork Cen
tral ?,51, Eric JiT, Northwestern
391, St. Paul 33J, Wabash, 351,
Union Pacific 25, Lake Shore 73 j.
New York. Produce Market.
New York, June 10.
Flour Lower; super, State and
Western, 5 00(5 50 ; extra, 5 90
Wheat Firm; No 2 Milwaukee
spring 1 4S.
Corn Steady at 8284.
Oats Dull and nominal; Western
Rye Nominal; 1 041 OS.
Provisions Quietand without de
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
Chicago, Juno 10.
Flour Nothing doing; nominally
Wheat Active and higher, clos
ing firm, outside pricesNo 1 1 2U;
No 2. 1 28? ; Cash or June, 1 19 J;
July No 3, 1 141 14A; rejected 1 05.
Corn Ruled firm, active and
higher; high mixed, GO; No2 57
58 cash for June closed; 58J
July closed; 531 bid ; reject-' '"
vats Easier and a shade lower;
No. 2, 44Ja451; closed inside.
Rye Easier and lower; No. 2,
Barley Nominal at 1 35al 40.
Pork Steady; for cash, lower; for
options, 17 CO: June 17 50al7 CO.
Lard 10 90.
Bulk Meats Steady, shoulders
CJaCg; short ribs, 91; clear, Q.
"Butter Steady at 15a20.
Whisky Steady at 95.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 10.
Flour DulJ, weak, and tending
Wheat In good demand for rso
2; Chicago, 1 11, but held higher;
So 2 red, 1 3S.
Corn Firmer; No 2 mixed, oS
on track; July, OS.
notaHu'liPr? No 2. 49?,o0 for
I east elevator.
Rye Dull and unsettled; o.
Whisky Steady; at 90.
Pork Quiet; at 18 25.
Bulk Meats Quiet.
Bacon 5 CO.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June G.
Cattle Receipts, 2,000. Market
and unchanged. .
Hogs Receipts, 18,000. Market
Market steady, light 4 505 00.
Chicano Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 10.
Cattle Receipts, 4,000. Prices
active and firm, a shade bettertbut
not much higher; fair to choice
steers, 5 006 15; extra steers, G 15
0 70, outside prices only ; one lot
stockers sold ; Texans, 3 25540.
Bogs Receipts, 10,000; outside
chiefly; strong, 10c higher; sales,
fair to choice, 5 305 GO, closing at
4 705 75 for good to choice.
Sheep Receipts, 400. Market
quiet, firm and steady; one lot
shorn sold at G SO.
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
gents' FuiisrisHiinsrG 'q-ooids,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST;
OUR STOCK FOR THE
sieriLsra- .ajstid stj-imiieir, siElAsoiet
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises "th. Latest XToveltiss.
THE LATEST STYLES UT STATS AXTX) CAPS.
TVc Have also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
JSAT.T, 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
MERINO ; EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & "MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEAVER CLOAKESGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIXEX IX GREAT YAK1ETV. A FULL LIXE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND MATS,
CHEAPER 1?EEA.3Sr THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and -UPHOLSTERY
trade; has largely increased his stock and now
has a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desirine
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchas
PAHIiOR:SETS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTEREDNS
COVERED TO ORDER.
2Q3 FArntaTM, Stroot. OmnVin.
Ac, Ac. Ac
S. K. lOIC.or K. T nnclFAlOfllAM.
Schneider & iiuniicstcr
TIN, COPPER AX1 SHEET IK0X
WARE. DEALERS IS
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting and Cluttering don
short notice and ic tha best manner,
llteen trcct ept2a dj
City Meat Market.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
T? O H.33H
XT U C3-E T -A- S j
Spring and Summer Styles
Fine and Medium
and dealers in-
FRANK J. RAM&E
DRAPER & TAILOR
ASL. DEALER IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
r'ull Assortmenlof Imported TVoolcas. All Work Warranted.
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO BE SOLD AT
LOWEST PRICES !
BEFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHAEGE ! !
C. P. ZZZCISMAIT, 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and Zlarney Streets,
OKAHA - - - ZLSTEIB.
23S Farnliam St IToar 14tn.
Mi f S
THAN THE 'CHEAPEST.
- Omalia, ZTob.
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