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-a-sgaerg v&rtV - "; TSWaRgTB. j r nr--r; i 'tt iVi r-X. MMwaMaaM JBJWH. WkEJUdg, 'l'l J SgK5M mr. c. igyJffcMtf i mwi i nifj',iuK3aga i -- .f K2 OMAHA DAILY BEE. 13 lb OMAHA. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, 1874. NO. 302. vol. m. f --eyy w t-uijL- ywiywpy wa ; vyyw ' ....... -y--- , T r. ' .- J" "g ,"l - -" . , , t ,,-,'", yr . ijj jBaWaWSaWaaW' ' ' m - i . , --- - - - 1 1 w i wi " -' n 'yir" -- THE i ? i Ftv . I.. f r, IfJP - fer r n f j? ysj ;. -i f.ty s P. h M J t . . S! F- . THfl DAILY BEE. EDWAED B05EWATEB, Editor and Prop'r OBct-X. 138 rsrafxtm iwet,W Klnth amd Tenth. TEEMS OF snuscBipnoK: In lTnre 7j00 OD. ropy, --h;:idV.n 4.00 tiiree wnths " adTanee 2- .m11wi. FREDERICK, LEOINfi HATTER ! Best Goods, Z.OWESTFBICES Farnham St- BMaaag!it&ti. OMAHA. OMAHA BUSINESS DMJTORY. cracker MAinrAoroBT. Tl fcClure A Muilh. 13 Harney street. bet. 1YJ. 11th and 12th. declatf QLA83 ASD PIOTURS F3MS. JEeinhart. ISO lou,las street, Metier In .window gloss aud picture frames. UUzing done to order. 2" B00T3 AED SHOES. Philip Lane, 155 Faruhaui t, between IOtb ai.d 1151i. feL19rl C0SFECTI0KTRY. HL Later, corner 12th and Douglas street, manufacturer and wholesale det'er in cand. a and conte-tlonery. Country tn.de fcr llceted. Pi" COAL DEALERS. Fland A EMot,coaL Ume, cemenOialr.etc, 131 Farnuani at. Iebl3n3 DRUGGISTS. J A. Rosier, druggist, corner 12th and Har . neyaU PAWH UtiUfi.tf. M.1 Elguttcr, No. 20d Farnham at. 1el7U LAUHDET. Anew lanndry owned at 511 11th at, UU Fanihara and Douglas. The washing and ironing will be done to order, first cass work PAINTEES. Lehman A Heard, bou-e and algn painters, 10th at. bet. F.rnham and Haruey. a2tl SOAP FACTORY. Premium Soap Works. Powel' A Co, Mill manu'acturc their P.emluni feuap. lire first premiums awarded by the Itougta county and State fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la. Orders solicited from the trade. ATI0BHET3. E. ESTABROJK. " U- KEANCIS ESTABR00K& FRANCIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE Crclchton Block, Omaha, Neb. uich21t DEXTER L. THOMAS, AUorney aa-1 ;Cona3 lor at Law. . 0PFI0E Eooro Ho V Lacher'a Block, OMAHA - NEB. J0JCT W. LYTLE, AtlorHeTat-Lair aatl Eqaltj. Solicitor ia OFPIOk-Orer First Hatioaal Bank, mal-U PARKE GODWIN, Attorney at Law. (Campbell's Blett.) 5091-2 THIBTEESTH STREET. OMAHA s26 1m , a. BiLDWIK 520. It. O'BSIKH. BALDWIN - O'BRIESf, ATTOENEYSLAW oace-Caldwell Block, Douglas Stret, OUAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. ieK2tl JOHN C. CO WIN, Lttomey, olloitor ASD COUNSELOK. OPPICECREIQirrON'S BLOCE, OXAltA, SEBBUKA. saiMf T. W. T. Kichards, Attorney at Law, 0ce 510 13th SL, bet. faraaam aaa DoHslas, Omaha, Keb. P 0. Box 80 ugliU O. H. BALLO El). U. QLASOOW. Ballou& Glasgow, ATTORNEYSATLAW. OSco n Crelghton's new block, southeast cor room, floor. OMAHA. - EB. SAVAGE & MANDERSOfi, Attorneys at Law, M2 FARNHAM STREAT. J Omaha, Ntbraaka. CBAKLE F KtaDMJON, N. J. BURNHAM. ATTORNEI AND C00SSELL0B AT LAW, No. 200 Farnham Street OMAHA mrbCOtl NEB. J. S. SHROPSHIRE, Attorney-at- Room 9, Visschcr'a B ock, OMAHA, - - NEBR. 3. a. sraui.. rauTCMKrr SPAUN& PRITCHETT, Attorneys ih4 Ceuaselors at Law. Office, 506 Twelfth Street. a,i.tM. I,n-k Rat 4. Omaha, Keb. G. W. AMBROSE, gVttornor - t - Xa ov KEDICKS OPERA HOUSE OMAHA 1TEB. arStf A JOBS K. KKLbKV. Attorney 1 Counselor at Law Mce-Boompryiglitoii Block,! . OUABA. Oor. 15th aai UonglaJ fit. 1 Collectionssolicited ANDPROSTPT ly attended to. No charge ult collec tions are mode. Housea to let and renti col ectad. Real estate boufht and aoli. p!7U W. J. CORNELL. Coutu lellot mt ASD VWriet AtteTMj far Secaa J. ieUl IHstrlet. OH-ir-iKantA aide farnham, bet 15th hi J ltk ., " Court Bi ln9PSltflsl "What is home witnout a moth er," and what will Nebraska be without a contingent Congressman? Gexerax Dodge returned from Texas yesterday. He comes just in time to attend the laying of the cor ner stone to the great Union Pacific depot ih Omaha. Senator Gwyer is a very reck less man, else he would notattempt to fire fifteen inch expansion shells at the man at the end of a cigar with Balcombe's rusty and cracked flint lock musket. The Memphis Avalanche is pain ed to learn that "the premature ending of the Arkansas 'wall' has thrown several thousand militia of ficers and six or Fcven high privates out of business." The Ben would advic the militia officers to emigrate to Nebraska. There is a splendid field for them out this way. The General Gov ernment has already appropriated the munificent sum of seven dollars for their equipment and mainte nance. Elsewhere we publish the rc- suit of a personal interview with Mr. AVm. D. Porter, master of the State Grange. It will be seen that Master Porter declares in most em phatic terms that he proposes to discountenance any and all efforts that would tend to transform the Grange into a political organization. His views in this re.pect are emin ently sound, and they coincide fully with the able and candid address recently promulgated by the Master of the Missouri State Grange. Houses are entered, stables are robbed, the contents of clothes-lines disappear, suits of clothes are taken, and yet no clue to the miserable miscreants who turn night into day ami prowl around our houses to bteal, rob and, irresisted, to murder iu order to get away with their booty, and yet not one of them is caught, although they steal any quantities of articles that could easi ly le traced and identified. Re publican. A very lamentable and melan choly sta to of airairs indeed. Wo should not feel so sad over it, how ever, if the rascally robbers had "not disturbed the contents of George "Washington's clothes lines. Do you use a tubular line? If so, you ought not to be suqiri&ed if your missing unmentionables, have gone up the spout. An indiscriminate slaughter in clothing and gents' furnishing goods regardless of prices at 200 Farnham street. Fine linen and chevolt shirts of our own make at $2.00 and $2.30 each, JZailroad Tickets bought and sold by P. Gottheinicr, Broker, at 290 Farnham street Unredeemed Hedges for Sale. may2G ly Hamlet Oram, 9th street between Jones and Leavenworth sts , OMAHA, - NEBRASKA. IV EEI-STIIE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT met of Ladies' and (Jems' straw nais.iriiu- iui ami untriinmpil- Parasols. Pioues. Mar seilles. NaiusooVs and all kinds of lry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Boi.ts, etc My line of Iry Uaodi is Complete Selling only lor CASH. I ama'jle to JJ.SDKRSELL any other Uealer In the City Our PRICUSareLOWKll than ever heard ,! betore. " "' luylia-!'" DENT1STET. OFFICE. Ha, 232 FARNHAM ST. CT SAIB3, r- Bet. t3th it 14th Sts., OMAHA. ea-01lestaractiPlm?l'nsts in the city DR. A. S. BILLINGS, DB1TTIST, B84 X'AxrxxlxA.m. St.. E'U and Hth, up stairs. Tet!& extracted without pain, by use of Hi- trous Oxide uaa. Iflli open stall hour e5U Surcioal Room I. VAN CAMP M. D. Dispenses his own pieddnes, and besidei regular practice, makes sitecialitiea of Derange ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu la, Piles and other Disease of the Rectum. OrriCE and Residence, Corner Farnham and Mth Streets, first door to the right, up stain Omaha. Neh. Address Lock Box ?o4. TSIrUwtf MK8.J K.VA.NDKHCOOK Eclectic Physician Residence and office 250 Dodge st bet 11th and 15th sts. Special attention paid to'obstetrics and dis eases peculiar to women and children. fJtf. ;5 to fw PER DAY. Agents want Aij ed. All cliae of work ing people of either sex, youn- or old, make more mousy at work for as in their spare mo mentsor.li th time, thin at anything else. AddrekS STINSON A CO., Portland, Hilar noTftTl ENOCH HENNEY, Justice of the Peace Office over tho Stite Bink,;corn;r f Farn ham and 13th street?. je 1 C. 7. SAMAITIT, 171 Cor. Farmsiasai mad Eleventh Sta. All kinds of TAILORING, Cleanlnc and re pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of FURNISHING OOODS constanUy on hand and sold cheap. -tac2Gtf H. SKIBK C. t. KAEBACTI. liREKE k EARBACII, 15th st. between Farnham and rny sts. OMAHA, - - NEB. MANCrACTCREB OF Spring and Farm Wagons, BUGGIES ASB C4KH1 VGES. Dealers In and manufacturers of AGRICULTURAL IMPlEXEXrS! PABTICUIAR ATTENTION PAID TO HOKSK SHOEISO. aWRepalring of wagons and blacksmithlng prompUr done si reasonable pricai BVlwftl1 VERY LATEST. MIDNIG-HT. Bpeclally BeporUd for the Omaha Daily Bee, br tli Atlantic Pacific Telefrapa Oo. Congressicnal. SENATE. Washinoton, June 11. Mr. Sherman from the committeo on finance, reported favorably the House bid to admit free duty on ar ticles intended for the centennial exhibition; passed. Mr. Frelinghuysen from the judi ciary committee reported favorably with the amendment to the House bill in relation to courts, etc., in the territory of Utah; placed in the cal endar. The amendment proposed is to strike out the 7th section. Mr. Scott presented a petition from the workingmen of Pennsyl vania, asking restoration of the ten per cent duty on iron and steel, and for free banking; referred. On motion of Mr. Morton all pending and prior orders were laid aside, and the Senate proceeded with the consideration of the report of the conference committee on the currency bill. The report was read at length. Mr. Morton explained therejort as removing the monopoly feature from the national banking system and making banking free. The theory of the bill was that by the 1st of July, 1878, a 5 per cent, bond will be at par in coin; that the U. S. notes being convertible into such bouds, will also be at par, having gradually depreciated by a slow rate not exceeding 3 per cent, per annum, so that specie payments may be resumed without oppression to the debtor class, or disarrange ment of the business of the country. The bill had been prepared in a spirit of compromise, having in view such expansion of the cur ronpv as mav be necessarv to meet the demands of the country, and ' at the same time gradually bring about specie payments. Mr. Sherman said he thought the bill was a compromise. Mr. Boutwell asked Mr. Sherman and the committee what knowledge they had of the condition of affairs which would exist in 1878, which would justify the step they dared noi take now. Mr. Sherman replied that they believed the resumption of specie pavments would be then practica ble. Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, and Mr. Frelinghuvsen announced that they could not vote for the report. Mr. Jones thought the bill bris tled all ovor with inflation, and he feared that legislation would take place tbefoie 1678 that would utterly ignore every injure oi me bill ; he did not know as inflation under the bill would be immediate ; he argued that it wat utterly impos sible to result In specie paj-ment and have it permanent, with this great volume of greenbacks in cir culation. Specie payment could never le maintained without a con traction of the volume of the cur rency, and the bill would never bring the country to specie payment. Instead of any arbitrary measure, raising thp price of greenbacks, it would be far easipr to reduce the volume thoreof, so that it would ap proximate the 'price of gold. He believed it easy to return to specie payments within two years without any danger to the interests of the country. He protested against the passage of the bill. Mr, Harvey favored the report, and critlcise4 sonip of Mr, Jones' positions." Mr. Logan spoke in favor of the report and expressed surprise at the opposition manifested by men who recently advocated the very features it contained. The bill was not satisfactory to him but he was willing to accept it to settle the vex ed financial qucsTjoiij and he ap poaled to the senntqrd to apt in a spirit of concession anU compro mise. Mr. Boutwell said the 8th section of thp bijl transferred financial pow ers of ths country frqip Congress to tjie speculators of Vali street and Europo, and tjiat when thp first of January should approach, there would be a demand for a repeal of this section, because the country would see it could not stand the combined speculators of the world. Mr. Nbrtou Bftid the argument was to the efleet that the return to specie payment at any time would be ruinous to the country. Mr, JJoutwell denied such was his argument, and pontpnded that the country would gradually roturn to specie payment. Pending fur thor debate the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. The bill authorizing the Board of Commlssjonprs of the Soldiers' Home to sell property belonging to the Soldiers' Home at Harrodsburg, Kentucky, on terms approved by the Secretary of "War; passed. Also a bill supplementary to the third sectjon of an act to divide Vir ginia into two judicial districts. After personal explanation be tween Messrs. Donvan and Stomes, in reference to some comments of the latter on the action of the com mitlee on printing, tjje House pro ceeded to the consideration of busi ness on tlio Speaker's table, and dis posed thereof by unanimous con sent. The nousc rejected the motion of Mr. Eldridge, to make an order to the civil appropriation bill, the item for $75,000, for the Washington monument. Yeas, 148; nays, 84; not tworthirds voting n the affir mative. fc The House then went Into com mittee of the whole on the sundry civij appropriation bill. It appro priates $23,500,000. The first para grapH was'an appropriation of $1, 645,000 for publlo prlntlni,' with a provision that the wages paid gov ernment printers end binders should not exceed the prices on similar work in New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia. A number of bills wpre disposed of and the rest left on the speaker's table, and cannot be passed' "this session except under a suspension of the rules, a motion for which will now he in order until the elose of the session. Ajnong the bills left over were the senate civil rights bill, the bill for the Incqrporatlon of rail roads in tetritories, and the Macki naw Park bill. The Committee rose. Mr. jftatler moved to suspend the rules ao w to make the amendment in "oilier to cover into the treasury any mesey now unexper.de! which hadibeea appropriated for'civil service so caiiea. i-pnuing action o: motion the House adjourned, TELEGRAPHIC. 4 O'CLOCK P. M. TSE WEST. Intense Excitement at Salt Lake City. United Staten Troops Batter Down the Jail and Rescue a Soldier Arrested by the Mormon Au thorities. Special Dispatch to the Omaha Bee. Salt Lake, June 11. A soldier was arrested yesterday by the police authorities for assault ing ex-Judge McCury on the street. Early this morninjr, Col. Morrow, acting under recent orders or the war department, sent a squad to de mand his release. This was per emptorily refused. Col. Morrow at once ordered Captain Gordan's com pany of cavalry to release the pris oner by force of arms, if necessary. A squadron came into town on full gallop and deployed in front of the city hall with loaded carbines. lie lease was again demanded and again refused. Gordon then with detail battered in jail and took the prisoner in charge. Intense excite ment is prevailing in this city. An immense crowd around the jail cheered when the prisoner was re leased. The troops were greeted by 1 cheers, handkerchiefs and hats on tneir way oacK to camp. Providence, It. i., June 10. John Casper Brown, a very promi nent and influential citizen, and senior member of the large manu facturing firm of Brown & Ives, died at his residence in this city, yester day, aged about seventy years. He was reported to be worth over S25,000,000. Brooklyn, June 11. The storm last night raged with fearful violence on both the north and south sides of Long Island. Considerable damage was done to the standing grain. A dwelling house at Sterling was struck by lightning; damage, $3,000. At Jamaica Chas. AVarren w as struck and badly injured. At Rockaway the barn of Mr. Hutchinson was struck and two horses valued at $1,000 each, were killed. The lightning alio struck several other houses, but so far as is at present known there has been no loss of human life. "Washington, June 11. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, ap peared beforp the senate committee on privileges and elections to-day, to answer to charges relating to an alleged scandal connected with his early life. He invited and chal lenged the fullest investigation into the charges prefei red against him. The committee then privately con sidered the matter, and, as a result of full deliberation, unanimously came to the conclusion that there was not sufficient basis for any chargo to justify any further Inves tigation, and the committee directed their chairman to rejwrt to the Sen ate accordingly. Galveston, Tkx., June 11. The News has a special dispatch from Rockport, Texas, which says it has been ascertained that the murderers of Mr. Swift and his wife were two Mexicans. They were traced to a Mexican ranchp on Be nauco creek, twelve or fifteen miles from Goliada. Forty men iu pur suit oajno upon the house on the morning of tfyp t)tl and attempted to" take it by storm, but one of them, Dan Holland, was killed in tho at tempt and the party then withdrew to await reinforcements. A large party have left Refugies for the scene of action. Mrs. Swift was stablied in njupteen places, her throat M'fts out and she was shot in the face. Mr. flwift was butch ered In a similar manner except that he was not shot. Augusta, Ga., June 11. A convention of delegates from the Cotton Exchanges of the United States, called by the New Orleans Cotton Exchange to meet i Augus ta, Juno 10th, convene!! yesterday at the hall of the Augusta Exchange. Representatives from all principal centres of the cotton trade iii this country were present. W. F. Her ring, of Augusta, was chosen tem porary president; and Roswcll King, of Augusta, temporary secre tary. After the report of the com mittee on credentials, Mr. Wheeler, of Nashville, nominated Jno. Phelps of New Orleans as president, who was unanimously elected. After considerable discussion regartliug vice-presidents, it was decided to ap point only one, and Charles A. Eas ton, of New York, was unanimously elected permanent vice-president. The convention adjourned to 1 p.m., to admit appointments by the chair man of the committees on several subjects to be brought before the meeting. New York, June 10. The second days' racing at Jerome Park yesterday, was wit nessed by an immense number of people. The track js rather heavy, but the time inade in the races wes good. The' first race was for a purse of $500; distance, three-quarters of a mile, with ten starters': Katie, feace, and Favorite, won easily; Minnie and Mac, second; Fadladen, third; time, 14 9. Th'p second race; full handicap sweepstakes, one mile anS a-lialf, wtl six starti era : Ltzzib, ucas and favorite, who were beaten. Belmont's Wood bine winning the race, with Lucas second, and Survivor, third; time, 2.47. The third race, Jockey Club handicap, of two miles; eight horsts started; Breakness and Favorite won easily by three lengths; Sprlngbroojc second, Merrodao third; time, 3.42. The fourth race, fiaudicap Btpppjechase, two miles and a?half; six horses started: Mary Clark and Tammany were the favorites; the first named threw her rider. The race was wnn hv t; Victor, second; Tammany, utuc, 0,403, "Washington, June 11. The President has sent in the nomination of J. C. Bancroft Davis to be Minister to Berlin. Washington, June 11. The receipts from customs for the week ending June ti are as follows : New York, $2,246,000; Philadel phia, $220,000; Boston, S425.347. The receipts from Baltimore have not yet been reported. New York, June 11. Reports from numerous suburban towns and villages, state that the storm last night did great general damages to trees, houses, animals, being struck by lightning, and crop badly injured in some districts in the State. Providence, R. I., June 11. The Assembly in joint convention to-day, took the following ballot for United States Senator: Burnside, 26; Barstow, 14; Bradley, 3; Derow, 18; Sheffield, 4; Jencks, 3. Governor Howard made a short speech, withdrawing his name, and then the convention adiourned. New York, June 11. The Mexican and Havana Co.'s steamer City of Meridan has been seized by the United States Mar shal for an alleged violation of the navigation laws. An order has been issued for the seizure of the steamers City of Havana and Cuba, of the same line. They have been conveying petroleum, in violation of the statute prohibiting petroleum from being carried on passenger vessels when other means of trans portation exist. It is understood that the importers of mohairs, including a number of prominent merchants of this city, Stewart, Jaftrey, Claflin, Taylor, and Devlin, have brought suits against Collector Arthur for six hundred thousand dollars, alleged to liave been paid by them in ex cess of duty. Officer Cronies, of the mounted police, was fatally beaten last night by a gang of strikers formerly em ployed as laborers on some new buildings in East Seventy-fifth street, who were attacking the new hands, when the officer inter fered. John Mulligan, who struck Cronies, was arrested. ANew Ha ven special to the "World says that the results of Monday's storms and floods were very disastrous. Bar num & Co.'s dam at Salisbury was swept away, doing immense dam age. Barnum loses personally $200,000. At Norfolk two bridges, a silk mill, and a forge at the Duell Iron Works, were destroyed ; loss, $35,000. The damage at Falls Vil lage Is $25,000. Thirteen dams on the Housatonic river have been swept away. Seven inches of raii,4 fell hero Sunday night,being the heaviest rain-fajl ever known here. All vessel arriving here"from Ha vana are quarantined in conse quence of the yellow fever." The annual regatta of the New York Yacht Club will be sailed for to-day over tho usual course. The weather Is rather cloudy with a fresh breeze blowing. Fifteen yachts have entered for various classes of prizes. Schooner yachts without classification will compete for the Bennett Challenge Cup. The match begins at about eleven a. m. Several cases of sunstroke oc; curretf yesterday and to-day in t)iis city ahd'in' Brookjyh. ifone fatal, however. " Stocks yesterday developed con siderable strength ami prices ad vanced a quarter to spven-ejghths among thp gpneral lists, Erie being exceptionally firm. Washington, June 10, In the Ifuvsp--- Ponuan, of Iowa, made a peN , explanation in regard to certalh"charges made by Mr. Strom, of Pa., against the Congressional printer and the com mittee on printing. He had seen It stated in a morning paper tha.t the gentleman was a mpinp.t qf thp committee; 8up.li a fiiet 'was not the case, and he presumed the charges were maderathpr through ignorauco than intention. On motion " of Mr. pawes the House proceeded to apt upon such business on the Speaker's table as met with no objection and causp to debate! " Mr, Spott prpspnted the memorial of the worklngmea of Pennsylva nia, asking tho restoration of the 10 per cent, duty on Iron and steel. Re ferred. ., Mr. Sherman, from the commit tee on finauces, reported adversely on the bill to abolish the offippof appraiser of merchandise, at certain named ports, and the bill was In definitely jjostponed. He reported also from the same committee, the bill to admit free of duty, certain ar ticles intended for tho international exhibition of 18T0, and It was passed. He also reported the House bill to repeal the Sanborn contracts, with amendments, Mr. Patterson, from the commit tee on tprrj tones, reported the House bill for tho admission of Col orado into the Union, KARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York Money Market New York, Junpll. Money 23c, Exohange Firmer; 488l491. Gold More actlvo 1 11. rose to llli; declined to 110J. Governments Dull and heavy; declined ; currency sixes, 114; 10-40s, 113 J, coupons 113 J. Stocks Lower and heavy; Erie most active of the list with a decline of 2 per cent in Erie; Lake Shqrp: W U next in Importance, U P 25; W U 72; "Panama, 1071; Erie 32. The Treasury sold $1,000,000 in gold to-day; bids raged 110.02 to 111.13. New York Produce Market. Jjew Yobk, Juno 1. Breadstuffs Irregujar. Flour Lower; super, State and Western, 5 00(5,5 50 ; extra, 5 90 G40. Wbet half to one cent lower. Oats Steady. Rye Nominal; 1 04(34 08. Provlsons.-TPull and Tieavy. Leather Dull. Iron Nominal. Wool Unchanged, Chicago Pruuuce Market. Chicago, June 11. Flour No buyers; sellers unset, tied. Wheat Steady; cash 1 19; I 18Jal J8J; August 1 43, Com Steady; cash 61$; July July Oats Firm; cash 45; July August 34. Barley and Rye 85. Highwines 9o. Pork Inactive, 43; CABLEGRAMS. Bayonne, June 11. Twenty-five battallions of Car lists with twelve guns are reported at being between Estella and Araga Valley, awaiting the Republicans who are abandoning JafTalla. Paris, June 11. The discussion of the electoral bill was resumed in the National Assembly to-day. The clause de claring that no person shall exercise electoral power who has not attain ed the age of twenty-one years, was adopted by a decided majority. Havana, June 11. A boat containing three insurgent chiefs, one of whom is named Be tancourt, has been captured and taken into Nuevetas. The German brigs Nephon aud Anton Guerhardt have been wrecked on the bar of Alvarada, Mexico. The crews were saved and arrived here toHlay. Paris, June 11. A strong guard was placed on the train which conveyed the deputies from Versailles to Paris, this even ing, to protect Bonapartists against whom a very bitter feeling prevails on account of M. Gambetta's oflen ses. On the arrival of Parliamentary Bonapartists, last evening, several Bonapartists accosted Gambetta and defied him to repeat the oflensive words he gave utterance to in the Assemby Chamber. Imperial jour nals contain violent attacks on the Left. There Is general uneasiness manifested over the quarrel. By vote In the Assembly to-day on the municipal electorial bill the Government is defeated in a vital provision of the bill. London, Juno 11. The Times publishes a dispatch from Berlin, which gives the proba ble action of Congress, which will assemble at Brussels next month to consider the-subject of international rights during war, The Times cor respondent says Congress will codi fy the recognization of refugees of international laws in so far as they afTect the actual conduct of war. A new code Is to bo enaoted for reform of the International treaty, which promises to become first law com mon to the whole civilized world. The draft of tho treaty which Is to be submitted to Congress, has been prepared. It contains seventy-six clauses, which state In detaif, the rights and obligations of belligerents from mutual claims of belligerent States, down to the relations of those States to private individuals. They also specify what classes of arms shall be legitimately used iu war, and make regulations for the treatment of prisoners. London, June 11. The Paris correspondence of the Daily News reports that while Gam betta was waiting for the Versailles train he was hustled and insulted by a band of well known Bonpartists led by Moulon M. Petery's former secretary and Casiuova and "an officer- of the'Imperlal guards. The latter attempted to strike Gambet ta. A dispatch from Berlin to the London Times says the govern ments of Germany, Servia and Romania have confidentially in forpied other European powers that they liave concluded an agreement to mutually protect their interests and position against the designs of Turkey. ... pispa'tehes to the Daily Telegraph froni Berlin, state that the diller euces between Khedive of Egypt, and the Sublime Porto aro serious, and it Is intjfuatptl that grave com plications in the east are probable. The oxteusivo cotton mills of Mo selloy & Mnrr, at Manchester, has been destroyed by fire; loss $250,000. St. Louis PrQdu.68 Market. St. Louis, June 11. Flour Quiet. Wlicat -Sjteady; io. 2 Chicago, 1 11; No. 3 1 24, Corn Firmer: No 3 mixed, 5S; cash 62: July C4, Oats -Finn; No 2 4S50 for east plevator. Rye Dull; unsettled 75, Whisky Quiet at 90. Pork Quiet ot IS. Bulk Meats Nominal. Lard Easier; 102. St. Louis Live Stock Market. St. Louis, June 11. Hogs-Jteeoipts, 1,800. Market unchanged. Cattle Receipts 8,000; firm for the best grades, common to choice 5 005 25; medium to fair native steers, 4 004 75 ; good to extra, 5 008 00. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, June 11. Cattle Rocelpts, 2,000. Market steady and firm; fair to choice steers, G,00650; extra steers, C 05 6 45 ; ono lot prime extra, 6 70; Texans 4 005 70. Hogs Rooelpts, 12,000. Market oasy, but at unchanged prices; in ferior to fair, 5 005 30 ; good to choice, 5 305 65; few oxtras, 5 95 Sheep Receipts, 400. Market Quiet but firm anil higher, shorn slieop sold at 4 754 93. HllS. K. B. FALXElt, Fashionable.Dress!and Cloak Maker,' Rooms, 262 Douglas St. near 15:h, (Up Stairs. I cut from actual measurement not from patterns and wlPgujianteetaliafaclion in all ases, Cnttinff and Filling a Specialty. 100,000 .A.C.&SI BICH FABMIJfO LAMD IH ME3BA8KAII 500 HangcomFlaceLots! HOUSES AND LOTS in the city of Omaha, forsaiecbeaaand on eood terms. BOUGS slll.. Real estate brosen.office orer Mackcy's store, on Dodge U opposite new psstofSce- ap30m2 JACOB GXS2, Ml Farmhsiaa St., BtX. 14 Ul aft IffUa !.. UNDERTAKER STODIIARB Ht'K.aDT, Market Gardners ! ALL K1KD3 OF plants, tor sale. VEGETABLES ASD Orders addressed (o u at our garden Cer 2 1st aai Fal Streets, will rcceiie prompt attention. apt WJ Ladies' Ready-Made Suits AT CRUICKSHANK'S To make more room for our stock of specialties, viz EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS. We have concluded to close out our READY-MADE SUITS at the following reduced prices: 15 LadiestSuit3 witlit Skirt and Polonaise, 9 5 2 '2 10 IC ii ii a a White o Percale "Wrappers, at The Goods are We have also arranged on our center counters a lot of remnants, and goods slightly soiled, to be sold at er tremcly low prices. A. CRUICKSHAISTK, mars Cor. lAth. and Farniiam Sts,, Qnithat, ITab, -AJLXj STOOK, 1873 ! R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street, DRY 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 &MOILUUS,alsoTELYT& BEAVER CLOAKDfGS. A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLAN&ETS, FLANNELS, IiASIES' jt.'SO'JO OIZIIjrH.ElV' MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS TABLE USES IS GREAT YARIEIT. A FULL USE OP ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MAlTINr RUGS, AND MATS CHEAPER; rrsiA.jsr THE cheapest CHARLES SHIYEBICZ:. Furniture, bedding, Mirrors, and everything pertainins: to the FURNITURE n-nri ttp HOLSTEfRY trafte; has largely increased his stock adiow has a .complete assortment o FINE, MEDIUM anT LOW gg-IOED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED PRICES as to make it to the interest of ever one desrrine anything in this line, to examine his stock before purcha LUg. FABEOXSETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED AND G. STRIFFLER, --DEALEB N CHOCS HIES, Pfovis'ons, Fruitf, Sut?, Oonfcciioucry, Tob.cci, Segars, &.C, &c. &c. S. K. itin.or K T cntlFARNIIADl. a lltlf Schnciflcr & Burmester Manufacturers of OS, COPPER AND SHEET IROS WABE. DEALERS IS Cooking and Heating SIotcs. Tin Hoofing, Spouting and Guttering don short notice and in the best manner, litem treet aepl2J d) City Meat Market. BT!7iY :i3n.oja. Enp constantly on band A LARGE SUPPLY OF Bex: MUTTON, -, POULTRY, GAVE -asr- "ratacn3TP. ;iil!0 Spring and Summer Styles. miif 23S Fine and Medium CHEAPER SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBsff BBBBBBBBBBBBBsV aSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV ESBBBBBBBBBBBB OLOsiusra- otjt -OF- a a a a i ii ii ii all new, and bought from the manufacturer for Cash. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GOODS, CARPETS, UUV.tslU.JL IU OKDR. 2Q3 FnrnhaiM. Stroot. OrtXAba FRANK J. RAMGE DRAPER & TAILOR AN1 DEALER IN GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Vu'.l Assortment of Imported Woolens. All Work Warraated. 232 FambamSt, on 5eodlr LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS ! Just Received ! Just Received ! TO BE SOLD AT XjO'WEST PRICES ! AND REFITTED WITHOUT EXTKA CHARGE ! ! C. F. HICKMAN, 256 Douglas. D-AJST. BTJBB, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Cor, 13th. and OMAHA. - A. POLAOK, CLOTHIER. Fa.rnb.am St. Near Clothing, Vl Ti "fSBBBBBBV WLl SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH law lsV and Furnishing Goods. THAN THE sXjB Ibrmer IriceM. $4,00 $5,50 5.00 6,50 6,00 750 10,00 14!00 4,50 6.00 3,00 7.50 9,00 1250 16,50 6,00 750 5,00 - - Omnaa, 2T1. 14th. WA .. .ir I f- " - v;. 's-oz:- -.. j. . - - ' -i 5 fp T-;,iP pSjiffi .