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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNING-, JUNE 13, 1874.
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THE DATLY BEE.
ED1VAKD BOSEWATEU, Editor and Erop'r
OBea Xo.134 rarnliain .reet.letw.
SlBtb and Tenth.
TEEMS OF SUBSCEIIT10X:
three m-nths in adTincc 2.O0
sj-If not paid In advance, W per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
" Best Goods,
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McdureA MJJitb. 185 " uL,lSt
11th and 11. llftIBtt
GLiS3 ASD PIOTUSS F.1JHE8.
JEeiauart, 135 Kou.lis street, Oeiler in
.window glas aadiicturj,rauirf, tailing
done U order. "
BOO? 3 AUD SHOES.
Philip Lang, 155 Firu'oaai st. bet ween ; 10th
HL tatty . eoroc 1-th 'IiI
mJiutACturer and wlwlesala de!cr In
caiid'taand confectioner. Country trade sv
Fland 4 EUlot, coil, lime, ccuien ilialr fUu,
131 Farnuaia St. - - feU13m3 .
JA.llder,o,ruggIt,"caiiM.-rl2.h and Hax
r, UuniryPret 511 lh .U W.
nln"wM te done to order, fi.sl css work
Lehman A B-ard. I.ou-e ".f'PLP18
loth it. bet. F.rnham nunMatsrS- -
Prctnlam Soap Worts, rowel A CV, a U
inanu'acture their I'leiuluui Soap, ilve
rt premiuBi awarded by the Doujla county
and btate fairs, and 1-otU attamie county, la.
Orders solicited Iroin the trade. -"
n. M. FBANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICECrrishton Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
AUoracj aad Conustlor at Lair.
! OFPIOE Eocm Bo Uscler's Blxk,
OMAHA - - NEB.
J01IN . LYTE,
A.tterBer.at-Law anil Solidlor la
OFPICL-OTer Pint Stloal Banlti
Attorney at Law
M91-2 IHIBTEBSIE. 8TSnT, OKAHA
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. X. BALDW1K
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BALDW1.V i O'DKIEV,
Offico Caldwell BUat, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - - KEBBASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICE-CKEIQ IJTONV,8 SLOCKf
T. W.T ;iiichards, u
Attorney at Law,
OBee 510 13th St., bet. Furnham
aad Doaglas, Omaha, .Xcb.
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El). B. GLASGOW.
OSn n Creighton's new block, southeast cor
SAVAGE & MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
3U FAENHAU STREAT.
. iAO, I Omaha. Kbrsk-
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATIOMEI AND COU.NSELLOB AT
No. 200 FaraUain Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
iJ. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Xaw
Cooni 0, VUschcr's B-'oci,
OMAHA, - - NEBR?
j. a. arach.
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SPAUN & PR1TCHEH.
Attoracjs ind Counselors at Law.
Office, 506 Twelfth btreet.
"'- Lnrk Tt xr. Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE
.ttornoy . Ij r;
JOHN K. KKLLET,
! Counselor at Law
.Me-BooxCreljrhtoT51ockll . niTAHA.
Uer.l5taai Douglas 6B. j
ly attended to. So charge uoli collec
tions are mide. Hoases to lot .and rents col
ecUJ. Seal estate bought and add. aplTtf
W, J. CORNELL.
VVtrfct Attorney for SecMd Jid.
OFUCS South die ot Ftirsham, between
1Mb. sjsl tflbft ofpeaU Coon House.;
GALVESTON TO SAINT PAUL
The Excursion to the Minnesota
JSpeaal Correspondence ol the Bir.J
St. Paui June 9, 1874.
Equipped wnn necessary baggage,
letters of invitation, and other doc
uments, I went aboard the train
quite late last evening in company
-with Mr. John McCormiok, of the
Republican, Homer Stull of the
Herald, Mr. Morris, of the Union,
Mr. Gratton, agent of the St. Paul
& Sioux City railroad, at Omaha,
and Mr. Huaglaml, our well known
lumber merchant, to take a ride to
St. Paul, in company with'the vari
ous representatives of the Southern
press and leading lumber merchants
of Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa. The
route selected is via the Sioux City
and Pacific railroad, to Sioux City,
and thence over the Sioux City &
St. Paul railroad. This as was .rep
resented at the Merchants Club
Rooms now forms a continuous rail
way link from Galveston, Texas, to
St. Paul, Minnesota. The excur
sion was inaugurated by the geneial
managers of these roads, with a
view ot calling public attention to
the important and improved facili
ties which the completion of these
roads now afford to the extensive
wheat buyers in the extreme south,
and lumlwr merchants in Missouri,
Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska.
With this object in view, and for
the purpose of bringing before the
public the facts connected witli the
running condition of these roads,
the general .managers fitted out this
special train and arranged every
thing In their power for the accom
modation of tho-e on board.
Among the prominent officials
who personally aided thK movement
were J. C. Boyden, general passen
ger agent of the St. Paul R. It.; J.
F. Lincoln, general sujerintendcnt
of the S. & P. R. R-; A. C. Dawes,
general passenger agent, and J. F.
liaruard, general superintendent of
the a B. & St, Jog R. R.
Aside from the editorial represen
tatives, there were upon this train
lumber merchants from Atchison,
Kansas City, Leavenworth, St Joe,
Omaha, Council lilnfl'-, Sioux City,
and Yankton. It being late when
westartpd, we had little opportunity
to Interview any one until u few
hours after .breakfast, which was
taken at JeMars, a station abouf 23
.miles beyond Sioux City. Of the
country upon the route to that point,
I" bayp Jittle knowledge, having
quietly sjumbewl in a commodious,
berth of the palace car attached to'
the train until that ixdntwas readi
ed. Tor about one hundred" miles
northeasterly from here the country
resembles the Platte Valley very
much in general appearance, al
though, strange to say, no valley
exists here, but the country is wa
tered by a series of smajl, beautiful,
Wherever any slight cuts in the
roil was made they are protected
by double lines of snow fences. The
grade averages about thirty feet per
mile along the entire line of- road,
the maximum being '(id feet per
injle for about 2,000 feet The road
bed is supplied with best hardwood
ties, and for a, new roau must con
fess it is unusually tinooth. . The
gradients tan easily be reduced from
time to time so as to bringdown tne
average to twcnty-livo feet per mile.
While traveling at a rapid speed
over thee prairies I interviewed
various lumber dealers upon the
train with a view of arriving
at the approximate estimate
of th general freight ex
penditures nhnuajly incurred, and
amount of lumber co'nsumed, J
have not space at present to dwell
in dotail, but from careful computa
tion I ascertain that the immediate
vicinity of St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Leavenworth and Atchison ship an
nually upward of 150,000,000 feet of
lumber at an average cost of $U per
J,000 at points of -shipment and an
additional amount of $4 50 for
freight. The latter-item is sought
to be reduced and purchases .can, Jbr
is believed, bo made direct at the
-mills in the Minnesota' pineries at
from $S to SiO per 1,000, on the av
,rage. Whatever may be the re
sult of thjs investigation, so far as
the pouthcrn districts areconcerned,
Onfjha although disposingoftjireo
fourths of a million dollars annual
ly can gain no advantage until fclio
secures an independent connec-"
tion with tho Sioux City and St'.
Paul line, for it is evident that the
Sioux City and Pacific railroad, at
present, Is under the control" of the
C. & N. W. R. R. Co., and that cor
poration will not reduce any rates
calculated in any way to reduce
their present business from Chicago.
This shows the importance and ne
cessity of an early completion of the
Omaha and N. W. R. R., to a junc
tion at that point, if it is ever to 1mA
come ot the material use to the
business interests of Omaha, which
its citizens anticipated when they
extended to them liberal aid, a few
yf are ago.
It is now 12 p. m.; the mail leaves
before breakfast, and I am therefore
compelled to" cut ehoir, and shall
furnish the readers of the Bcb will
full itejns of interest upon our re
turn. Ever3 accommodation and
courtesy has been thus arshown us
bv the railway officials, as wjdl as
citizens of St. Paul, and othercitics.
Various excursions are being im
provised for us for a few days to dif
ferent points of Interest; among
them a trip to Dulutli, on Lake
Superior; Stillwater, -Minneapolis,
astcaniboat ride, &c. - -
While I am writing this, we are
being serenaded at tho hotel, by a
fine brass band. Itiswlthitho in
most difficulty that anything has
been written ;'Ull. ,
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices. at 200
Famham street. Fine linen and
chevait shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2X0 each.
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" HaUroad Ticlxts' K
bought and sold by P. GoUheimer,'
Broker, at 290 Faruham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale,
9th street between Jones and Leavenworth sU ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
TrEEPSTHE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
IV set ol Ladle.' and Geats'straw,haU, trini
mM and nntriinmed. tfarasola. Pitrttcs. Maiw
settles, Nainsooks and all kinds ot lry Goody,-
Ladies ana uenu jmois, eic Jiy line oi urj
(ipods Is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UXDFESELL any other Dealer In
the CUr. Our PBICES are LOWER than ercr
beard el before. ' myH-Sia-pl
Specially Reported for ths Omaha Daily Bee,
It tit Atlantic Pacific Telegraph Co.
Wasuixgtox, June 12.
Mr. Scott presented a memerial
of the workingmen of Columbia,
asking Congress not to adjourn
without action on the pending finan
cial question, and asking a ten per
cent tax on iron and steel ; referred.
Mr. Oglesby, from the committee
on public lands reported back the
bill to incorporate an eastern and
western transportation company
with authority to construct a rail
road from the east of South Caro
lina to the Missouri river; referred
to the committee on railroads.
The Senate then resumed the con
sideration of unfinished business, it
beingr a report of the conference
committee on the finance bill.
Messrs. Sargent and Stewart op
posed the report, and did not want
any compromise of the financial
question. Fnally the debate closed
and a vote was taken. The report
was agreed to, 32 to 23, as follows :
Yeas Allison, Bogy, Carpenter,
Clayton, Conover, Dorsey, Ferry,.
(Mich)Gilbert, Goldwaithe, Harvey,
Hitchcock, Jlowe, Ingalls, John
son, Logan, McCreery, Merriman,
Mitchell; Morton, Norwood, Ogles
by, Patterson, Pease, Pratt, Ram
sey, Robertson, Scott, Sherman,
Spencer, Tipton, West and Wright,
32. Nays Alcorn, Anthony, Bay
ard, Boutwell, Buckingham, Conk-"
ling, Edmunds, Flanagan, Freling
huyseu, Hays, Hamilton (Mo.),
Mamilton (Texas), Hamblin, Jones,
Morrill (Me.), Morrill (Vt), Sar
gent. Scnurz, Stevenson, Stewart,
Stockton, Thurman and Wash
burn, "53. Cameron, Dennis, Lewis,
and Windom in favor of the report,
with Cragin, Kelley, Wadleigh
and Satilibury against it.
The amencment of the House to
a bill to amend the patent law was
Mr. Ramsay, from the Post-office
Committee, reorted without
amendment the House bill for the
revision of tho salaries of postmas
ters throughout the country.
The jiost-ofiico appropriation bill
was taken up, when the Senate
went into executive session and ad
Mr. Sherwood presented a peti-
tion from various bodies of trades
men in the city of Toledo.
Mr Hale, of Maine, from the
committee on appropriation repor
ted a'bill appro;?! ting half a mil
lion of dollars to 'enable the Secre
tary of war to exeputo the acts of
April and May for the relief of suf
ferers from the overflow on the low
er Mississippi, Tombigbee, Warrior,
Alabama and Tennessee rivers; the
authority fo the secretary to expire
the first of 'SejHopiber iiextj bill
.Mr. Butler, Mass., moved the sus
pension of the rules to make it in
order to insert, "serving on sundry"
In the civil appropriation bill, direc
ting preference In the appointment
to ollice of soldiers and sailors and
their dependent relations, to dimin
ish and stop the expense of carry-,
ing on the examinations by boards
of commissioners or others, travel
ing around the country at public
charge; stop the detailing of clerks
of departments to sit in judgment
on their fellow clerks, exercising
hereby appointing-power which the
constitution vested iu the heads
of the several executive depart
ments, who ought to be men of
sufficient discretion fr appoint their
own clerks without beingtjed up by
rules and regulations imposed on
them by boards composed in whole
or in part of these very clerks
Tho rules were suspended and
amenirendt made hi ortierlou toCJ-
Mr. Hoar moved to suspend the
rules and make in order. an item in
tlue sundry pivjl appropriations bill,
the itejn' being 25,000, for complet
ing the home for the aged in the
District of Columbia. Agreed to.
The House then wont into com
mittee ot the whole on tho sundry
civil appropriation bill. Debate on
thp civil servico reform was re
sumed", it being Jimitpd by the
House to 25 minutes 'farkwpath
errof Conn., opened the discussion
by an indignant protest against the
criticisms ou the President yester.
Mr. Neblack regarded the effort at
"Civtllervico reform H a totnl fail
ure, the svsteni having simply
served to embarrass the president
in making appointments, Jlr., Gar
field said the question was not
whether the system was worse,
just, or tho host that could'be got,
but whether the governmpnt would
any longer try to better the civil ser
vice. That tho issue should be made
fair and square, and if it was deci
ded to-return to the old Democratic
system, and regard the seventy or
or eighty thousand officials as so
many pawns to be played with in
politics, traded on and made mer
chandise of, let it bo openly said
and defended. Mr, Lawrence again
tried, but unsucccssnnyl to gSt in
his amendment offered yesterday.
Mr. KcIJogg's amendment appro
priating $ie,0Q0 to carry out the
civil service rules, wasUi&n rpjec
ted ; yeas, 48; nays, 10S? Mr. Hoar
offered an amendment to appropriate
$23,000 for the orectionbf a building
undertaken by tiu Little Sisters of
the poor in Washington, and-spoke
in advocacy of thoXamemlraent,
Messrs. 2fiblack andiParker.fuvored
and itr, Willard opposed the ap
propriation. Tdessrs, Maynard and
Cox favored It. Thoamendment
was rejected. The nexMtem being
the appropriation of $2o,000 for the
Women's Christian Association of
Washington, It was struck out on a
point of order. N
Mr. Chlpman, delcgatefrom the
District of Colunibla, moved an
amendment of $300,000 for'pontinu
ing the work on the Washington
monument; the amendment was
decided not in order. The item of
S40,000"for a light-house at Mathlas
il?oInt,jva9 struck out by avote of
87 to 70. -air. rancer, oi'Ajo., or
fered a resolution extending the ju
risdiction of the light house board
over western rivers. Tlie amend
ment by Mr, Cibqrn jfippropriating
$15,000 to begin tho p"ubliption of
the official record ofthewaef the
rebellion, both tho Union aallCon-
federate armies, was adopted.- An
Item was inserted app
25,000 for converting cerl
.tns In b U Leavenwortn
Eaving disponed of 39
pagea ox uiu vui, me
4 O'CLOCK P. H.
Washington, June 12.
The. Senate in executive session
yesterday confirmed among others,
J. C. Bancroft Davis as Envoy Ex
traordinary and Minister Plenipo
tentiary to the German Empire, to
take effect July 1st, 1S74, at which
time George Bancroft resigns.
Niagara Falls, June, 12.
A party of fifty students of Cor
nell University, under charge of
Professor Hart, arrived here last
night on a geological tour. They
will pursue their explorations here
during the day and co to Rochester
to-morrow to examine the strata
around Genesee Falls.
New York, June 12.
Captain Charles Anderson,' the
victim of the diamond robbery, says
he is rendered almost penniless by
the loss. He maintains that the
robbery was committed on Houston
street, near Broadway. No clue as
j-et to the perpetrators of the rob
bery. Cincinnati, June 11.
Joe Martin, a well-known sub
marine diver, dived to a wreck to
day iu tho Ohio river and never
News from Nclsonvillc indicate
that a strike of coal miners is com
ing to a head. Under orders of
Gov. Allen, the Lytle Guards, of
this city, and Sill Guards, of Chilli
cothe, are under arms awaiting or
ders wliicli are expected momenta
rilly to leave for the scene of trou
ble. The big saloonkeepers were 'all ar
rested to-day by the Ypung Men's
Temperance League, on the charge
of performing common labor on the
Ni;v York, June 12.
The enforcement of the dog muz
zling law yesterday and inaugura.
tlon of a dog pound promises to
clear the streets of unmuzzled dogs.
Nearly three hundred were captured
unmuzzled and taken to the pound
yesterday, where they will be dis
poned of by carbolic acid.
The Herald to-day says the new
cable project now in progress with a
puriwi of giving New York city
capitalists ah opportunity to organ
ize a cable company on the popular
cheap postage principle. Leading
ship owners and merchants connec
ted with the American trade in
London, Liverpool, Manchester,
and Glasgow, promised to support
the undertaking. A Jight pabje will
be laid by ships of ordinary size at a
small expense. The cable will be
covered with tarred inanilla hemp,
and will sustain twenty miles of it
splf n water. The new company
will adopt a tarjlft of fjn English
shilling per word. Contracts htive
been mad? with parties to secure
certain patents otiSe CSl'!? manu
facturers. Three hundred miles of
cable are now ready to be laid.
Charles Anderson, a retired Swe
dish sea captai"1, lately married to
a lady of this city,being possessed of
some uncut diamonds of consider
able value, decided to dispose of
some of them jind make a bridal
tour to Europe. He left his apart
ments at Sweeney's Hotel Monday,
June 1, to go to a diamond brokers
on Broadway; while in the brokers'
building he was accosted by confi
dence men who soon learned his
business. The confidence man pre
tendpd to be a clerk of the diamond
broker, and said the latter was out,
but if Andorson would call in a few
hours later he would find him. An
derson on repeating the visit again
was met by the same person, who
had an elegantly dressed woman
with hinl. ITe invjted, Anderson to
accompany him and thelady home;
then ,hey would go to the broker's
office on Broadway together. The
lady handed Anderson a small loz
enger, gave qhe to her companion
and took one herself. Anderson un
suspectingly ate It, grow dizzy, and
became seiul-unconscious. The
woman held her handkerchief to
his nose, and he .sank insensible.
When next; conscious, he was alone
jn a dark rbouijHyhere he was bound,
gagged, chloroformed, and put in a
coach again unseonsuious. When
next conscious, ho was In Spruce
street; his diamonds, watch,
diamond studs, etc., all gone. The
whole nmount of theproperty taken
was worth 510,000. Private detec
tives are working up the cjtse.
COLU3IBUS, June 12.
Everything at Longstreefs mine,
Wellsville, has a military appear
ance. The colored miners arrived
yesterday morning. They have
two hundred and fifty musket
with bayonets, one hundred navy
revolvers, &e. A few of them are
fresh from the Brooks-Baxter war
in Arkansas, and they express great
uviuiuiuuuuu. -iiivsi; nub kjii UUiy
are drilling all day. The operators
say that they will have nothing to
do with the Upjon miners. Sixty
strikerebavo arrived In procession
from Carbondale and four hundred
more are expected from Straitsville.
Governor Allen has ordered the Sill
Guards of Chillicothe and a compa
ny at Athens to be ready to start at
a moment's notice. Last njtfht the
prusldpnt of the Union addressed as
many negroes as were within hear
ing, urging them to lay down their
arms and join the Union; one col
ored boy deserted. At the same
time a demonstration took place at
another placp ajons the line. women
taking part, but nothing serious oc
curred. The sheriff declines to call
on the executive unless there is ac
tual violence. The pickets were
doubled last night. White men oc
cupy one ridge and colored men an
other. Five or six shots were fired
oi) the hill last nighf, at ten oVlock,
and produced a good deal of excite
ment at the time.
A general order to fall in was
given, and obeved. The firing was
Uone by tjie pojored pickets apd ouU
sklere, who refused" to halt. They
returned the fire, and iinallv ran
away. The colored men go to work
to-daj-. The first car load of ccal
to Columbus will be decorated with,
the American flag. Reporters pass
ing opt of tho picket line
last night werg 'Jiajfed "by
the union miners, and not a
hundred yards off the click of re
volvers accompany the commanJ;
each man explained who tho party
were when they were shown the
best route to thu fplpcmnh nflW
The picket lines are closed and dia-
ie is since
Toronto, Ont., June 12.
Col. Lyman Brydges, State Com
missioner of Illinois, and Dr. Hoyt,
State Commissioner of Wisconsin,
arrived at the Queens Hotel this
morning, and will attend public
meeting to-night and discuss the
Huron and Ontario canal question.
Washington, June 12.
In the Senate Mr. Scott present
ed the memorials of working men
of several counties of Pennsylvania
arranging both to Republican and
Democratic parties as to the course
of their representation, and asking
the passage of some financial meas
ure before the adjournment.
Mr. Ramsey reported a House bill
regulating contracts with the post
office department. The Committee
on Public Lands reported adversely
the bill to quit the title of certain
settlers. The bill passed appropri
ating S500,000 to the relief of the
sufferers of the Mississippi-floods.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hew York Money Market.
New York, June 12.
Exchange Firmer; 4881490J.
Gold Firm, but dull; no new
feature; opened 10J and advanced
to 11; now strong at that price.
Governmets Strong; principal
sales coupons lSS7s 120;1868s 1 20;
17G3s 117J; regular sixes of 1881
Stocks Erie weak, declined 2SJ;
sellers 29; regulars active, iist firm;
P M light transactions; U P 25J; P
M and L S leading stocks.
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 12.
Flour Easy; super, State and
Western, 4 75g,o 40 ; extra, 5 75
Wheat Steady; No. 1 spring
1 47J1 50; No. 2 Chicago 1 42
1 43; No. 2 Milwaukee spring 1 47
1 -i. ' t
Corn 2J cents "better; western
mixed afloat 85J87 J.
Oats Cent better; "western mixed
Rye-Nominal; 1 041 OS.
Provisions Dull and ""heavy.
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
Chicago, June 12.
Flour Dull, unchanged.
Wheat Irregular, acti ve,higher ;
No 1,1 21al 22; No. 2, 1 20al 20,
cash, close outside; June 1 20al20J;
July 1 195al 2QJ, closed 1 19J; Aug.
1 Hal 15; Ifba, 1 18;Tejeoted 1 04.
Corn Active, higher, closed firm
but trifle lower. Mixed 61Ja61;
No 2, 63Ja63J; closed 64; June 63 ja
64; closed 64; July 63 J; rejected 58
OatsFIrm, higher; No 2, 46a463;
closed 401 bid; rejected 49, " '
Ityc Dull and easy; "No 2, 84.
Barley Dull, weak, No 2, $1 25.
Pork Quiet ; 17 60; cash, 17 50a
17 oo June; 17 50 July.
Jard Inactive; cash 11 1011-
Bulk meats Firm, unchanged.
Butter Firm and tending higher
at 10a20 for choice yellow.
Eggs Firm, unchanged.
Whisky Steady at 0.5.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Lquis, junp Jg.
FJour Dull and weak.
Wheat Dull and lower; No. 2
Chicago, 1 lOal 11 closing inside
No. 3 fall, 1 23.
Corn Firmer; No. 2 mixed 60.
Oats Quiet and firm; No. 2 48.
Rye Higher; no sales.
Bulk meats Quiet,
Lard Easier, summer 11 J.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Ciiicaoo, June 12..
Cattldr-Receipts, 3,000. Market
steady and firm; fair to "choice
steers, 5 15603; extra steers, Q 05
G 10 ; one lot prime extra, 6 70;
Texans3 12 1 10,
Hogs Receipts, 11,000. Market
active; prices firm, stronger; com
mon to medium 4 905 50; good to
strictly choice 5 605 70.
Sheep Receipts 5 40; unactive,
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June 12.
Hogs Receipts, 1,240. Market
dull; light 4 5U5 00; bacon, 5 25
5 40; heavy, 5 345 ty).
pattle Receipts 500; firm: prices
unchanged.' ' ' ''
L VAN CAMP M.DT
Dispenses hit own medclne. and besides
regular practise, makes specialities of Derange
ment and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fista
U, Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
OrriCE and UcriJeucs, Corner Farnhaia and
14th Streets, first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha. Meb. Addras Lock Box 04.
MRS. J. E. VASDERCOOK
Residence and office 2.") Dodge st bet 11 th and
, 13th sU.
Siieeial sticntion paid to'obstetriej and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. fStf.
Wood! Wood! Wp.od!
AT S." P. BRIOGS' YARD, CORNER OF
,th and Chtayo StroeU. (food Hard
WuodSf 00;Soit$i 09. Store Wood to suit
any number oi store Tery clitap. ap!8tf
Tew Moat "Market.
SPATJLDI O H JOCKDA5.
Uth St. Hi-U Farubam apd Harney,
inchla-lji Oppo lte the Grand Central
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP .0" IIA'D THE BFST
supply ' FEH AND SALTEQ
MEATS. 'Alio a large stock of Fine Sugar
CnreJ Hams and BreakfastBacon. at the low
st rates. WM. AUST 4 KNUTU,
MCI FABMIHG LAUD 1H HEBRASKAI!
HOUSES AND LOTS In the city of Omaha,
for sale cheap and on cood terms.
on Dodge st. opposite new Jrtstof&ce ap30n2
STOtf BARD UtttLflUT,
Market Gardners !
A XL KDfDS OF VEGETABLES AJTD
. plants, for sale. Orders addressed to us,
at our garden
Cer. 21st ai Fal Streets,
will recelTe prompt attention. apl5J3m
Madrid, June 12.
General Concha has begun active
operations against the Cariists in
Paris, June 11.
A dispatch from the Spanish fron
tier says that numerous bands in
the Basque provinces have revolted
against Hon Carlos, demanding
peace. Don Carlos basgiven orders
that upon being captured they shall
London, June 12.
A special dispatch to the Times
from the north of Spain says that
General Concha and stall" nave left
Logarno for Lideala. Thirty thous
and National troops are marching
to the Amezcras Valley. The Car
list army under General Dorregaray
now numbers twenty-four thousand
Havana, June 12.
Insurgent Colonels Blancourt, Je
marez and Rojes were captured in
the Bay of Figeny. Thev were pas
sengers on a barque from New York
which vessel they left in Bahama
Hennal in a boat. They brought
correspondence and commissions to
insurgents, which were thrown ov
erboard before their capture. They
refuse to confess the nature of their
London, June 12.
In the House of Commons, Mr.
Bourke, under-Sccretary for foreign
affairs, in reply to a question from
Mr. John Symeon, s-aid that a draft
of the code sent by the government
of Russia for the consideration of
Congress upon the international law
will soon assemble at Brussels, which
relates to the exercise of military
authority in the enemy's country,
between combatants and non-combatants,
and tho various modes of
warfare and treatment of prisoners.
Mr. Bourke added that the govern
ment had not yet decided whether
it would send delegates to Congress.
Rome, June 12.
American Pilgrims paid a visit to
the Cardinal Bohomeo, who dis
tributed aniong them copies of a
medaled book especially strupk by
command of the Pope in commem
oration of tho Pilgrimage, The
holy father has deputed Signor Ros
si, a distinguished Italian archolo
gist and author to accompany the
Pilgrims on their visit to the Tem
ples and other monuments of an
cient Rome. At the reception given
to the Pilgrims to-day by Cardinal
Bohomeo, tho extension of the so
ciety fop tho promotion of faihojic
interests in America wsts discussed.
LONDON, June 12.
Lord Kensington (Liberal) has
been returned to the House from
the burrough of Havreford, in Pem
brokeshire, without opposition,
Durham City has-returned Mr.
Hirsohel Monk (Liberal) to the
House of Commons.
In the House of Commons to-day,
Mr. Gladstone asked leave to pre
sent g nptjtjor, to !riament,signed
by SQ,0) Jatwrcrt, asking for tho
assimilation of the county and bur
Placards and advertisements are
out ofiering large a reward for tl?
dlspovprv of the whereabouts of the
missing Earl of Yarborrough.
I'aijis, June 12.
Intense excitement prevails here
over an occurrence resulting from
the remarks make by M Gambetta
against the Bonapartlsts in the
Assembly Chamber on lat Tues
day. While M Gambetta was
waiting the arrival of a train at the
railway depot this morning, he was
approached by Count Saint Croix,
a ljonapartjat, vh,o, alter applying
to Gambetta spveral olTenMvo epi
thets, struck him violently across
the laco with a stick. The police
promptly disarmed the assailant,
and he was placed under arrest.
London, June 12.
Aspeoial dispatch to the Times
from Calcutta, says the riots in the
districts near Hargelling were di
rected against the exporters of food.
Tho rioters were chiefly unarmed
bands, and availed themselves of
the excitement caused by their dem
onstration to plunder a number of
stores. Several of them were killed.
The government commissioner has
seit troops to the scene pf the d.ls
turuanctt. The Times correspondent also tel
egraphs that 200,000 persons are be
ing relieved In MasculFerpore, where
the sufTering is already great and
Tho University of Cambridge has
conferred " the honorary degree of
Doctor of Laws on James -Russell
Lowell, of Boston, Mass,
Paris, June 12.
A large and exclttd crowd as
sembled at the western depot yes
terday, at tho time of the departure
of deputies for Versailles. M. Gam
betta was greeted with cheers and
hisses. The pollco attempted to dis
perse the throng, and handled them
roughly In some instances. M.
Lefevre, a deputy of the Left, was
arrested, but subsequently released.
A toimult arose, and Gambetta was
again insulted. The police cleared
the railway station, and occupied it
tho cntfre afternoon.
In the Assembly, M. Bazes de
manded an inquiry should be made
info these rotou3 proceedings, which
tho government promised to make,
During the sessien yesterday af
ternoon., the excitement among the
members became Intense, and par
liamentary business was much im
peded. The municipal council of Borde
aux has been suspended, for having
permitted a public demonstration of
hostility to the government.
S. ro xi GrSzxra obis'.
o i a- a B s,
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers' Articles. 1S5 DOUG
LAS ST., OMAHA, NEB , Opposite Jfrtro
politan IloteL Consumers and "Dealers will
nod it to their adrantage to examine ray stock
befose purchasing elsewhere. mTlMy
MACISTEIl Of THE DEl'AUTBD.
Ho- 4?8 10th t,betea Pkrnnaa & Earaey.
Will by the aid of guardian spirit, obtain
or any one a Tiew of the past, present and fu
ture. No fees charged In cases of sickness.
HCS. U. II. PALMEK,
Booms, 252 Douglas St. sear ,131b, (Up Stairs.
I cot front actual measurement not from
patternsand wiU guarantee saUifaction in ail
Catting aad Fitting1 a Specialty.
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
gkehstts' Fuinsrissiinsra- goods,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST-
OTJR STOCK FOR THE
SIFIRIHSra- .AJSTJD SUMMER SEjSOIsT
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises iho Latest ITovoltise.
THE ItATEST STTLES HT HATS..2rD CAsPS.
Wc Hare also a Full Line in BOY'S ana WUTIPS Clothing
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LO WEB AN EVER.
H. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND Oils CPLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh. New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
H1RIH0S, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEAVER CL0AKDTGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE USES IN tillEAT YAK1K1T. A FULL USE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HATCTgS RUGS AND MATS
.-..y-1 -.. J1 i ... , .
gftSf. g?m Peraunins: to tne FURNITURE
feSTr?TrT?mpletr? assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
irKKJiLlJ conns TrrhirTh ha ie -ffivrMVir o ,,-u T-Jr-i-riXJL
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiriiir
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchase
P ARLOR&ETS. LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
Ac, Ac. Ac.
S. K.d)lt.ot ttl T rudPAItNIIAM.
Schneider & Burmester
OX, COPPER AXI) SHEET IR0X
WARE. DJ3AJ.ERS IS
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spouting ad Guttering don
short notice and in ibe best manner,
litem trcet pt2t d
City Meat Market,
Kivp catanilf on band
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
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M. HELURN fe CO.
JkXSL STOCK!, 187
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COVERED TO ORDER.
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DEAPHB. & TAILOR
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.'
HtU Assorlmcntof Imported Woolens. All Work Warranted,
LADIES' SUITS !
Just Received !
C. F. HICK-MAIT, 25S Douglas.
Cor. 13th. and XXarney Streets,
OMAHA. - USTEIB.
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