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THE OMAHA DAILY
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OMAHA. MONDAY MORNING:. JUNE 15, 1874.
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THK DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD liOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'i
OAc !u. 138 rrnlim i reet. betvr.
Ml ts susd Tesitls.
TERMS OF aOBoCBIPriOS:
nn.nr nntTar. In advsnre-
.. " six nonths. In dnce
.. .u. .n ailr-ince.
LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DDIEGTORI.
MrOureANiiltu. 1S5 lUruej" strret. lt.
GLASS AHD PICTURE FR'HES.
JKeinliart, IM l"U In slwt, JcIr,In
.window gUs aud picture Irauu-s. ilazlng
done to order. a "
B00T3 AKD 8H0ES.
Philip Lang, 155 Faruliam t. between 10th
ati 115h. ItU9fl
HL. later, corner lith and Douglas streets.
ui.nufsctur.-r aud wholesale deJcr In
Mud 8 and conieaionerjr. Country trade so
Flanl E1H .t,coaI, lime, cement hair, etc.,
131 Forubam at. febUni3
T A. Boeder, djusgkt, corner 12lh and llar
Elgutter, No. 200 Farnuara t.
A rc laundry opened at 5tl Uh at., t
Fsuihaui and Douglas. -l he washing and
ironing will be done to order, fital casj wort
Lehman A Beard, hou-e and sign PI".
10th at. bet. FrnUam and Haruey . a-SU
FnaUm fcoap Work Prfwel' A Co, still
mauuacture thIr Pimluiu &)ap. rlre
n.t p?eW aw.ided by tbe Uoul county
1 Sumatra, snd Pottawattamie couufy, la.
Oxucrs solicited train the trade.
E. ESTABKOjK. . M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE CreUUlou Mock, Omaha. Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Atlornej and Counselor at Law.
10FFIOE Boom Ho Viacber! Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
rA.ttorMT.at-Law aiid Solicitor is
OFFIOb-Orer Fint H.tloal Baak,
Attorney afc Iia'Wf
5091-2 THIBTEBHTH 8XBEET. OKAHA
. A. BALDTIX
CSO. U. O'CIUES.
BALDWIN &. 'UKIEJf,
Office CUdwcll Block, Douglas Street,
OSCAUA. - -
- JE UK ASK A.
JOHN c. con IN,
T. W. T. KIcliards,
Attorney at Law,
OMc5lO 13ti St., bet. Faruliaa
aad Doiglas, Omaha, Neb.
P 0. Bex 80 uU
O. II. BALLO ED. U. OLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Cre'ghton'a now bl.tot, aiutbeast cor
OMAHA, - B.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
M3 FABKHAM 8TBEAT.
J0UN H. GREEN,
GKAIN, FL0UU AM) FEED,
CIUARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner raruhim ad EIeenth street i,
OMAHA. - -' - KEBRASKa!
171 Fawuaa , 8. .Ou. Uth Bt.
OMAHA - - KEB
JAS. M. MCVITTIE,
r 133 ami 186 FaimteM Street.
No. 1T0 DouslasStreet, corner 11th, Om ha,
J ebrasLa. Ikurd by the day or week.
223 Farniia Street, - Oaaia, Ih
. -.WHOLTSaLX AHD KETAIL DKALU IX
FORNITITUS, BEDDING, ETC.
Severat. contingent policemen
have taken Mayor Cnase under advisement.
:Nov that the pound-master is
abroad, disorderly cows will have to
haul in their horns, or take the
chances of being pounded!
The Warm Spring Modoc-killers
now in our midst, express the opln
you that the Christianizing and
civilizing processs will not keep an
Indian half as quiet as a sharp
eJged baj'onet will. -
"He who steals my purse steals
trash, but he who robbed me of
the unmentionable contents of my
clothes-line, robbed me of that
which will not fit his lean, lank
shins, but makes me shiver in the
uncomfortable days George Wash
According to the San Francisco
Alia. "Victoria Woodhull is not a
fool, by any means ; but, as. a sucA
cessful mountebank, she cannot m
anywise be compared to her male
predecessor, George Francis Train."
That's rather cruel on the Woot!
hull. Colonel Xotewake and Moses
Sydenham, are the only Senatorial
candidate-!, whoe lofty aspirations
are not baunded by the treacherous-
Platto river. The Colonel's cosmo
politan homeatoad oxtentls over two
hemispheres. He rai-es his squashes
and cabbages in Saunders county,
while he cultivates onions, beans,
and rutabagas in the classic valleys
of Italy. Moses, on the other,
hand, is sublime in jhis5
designs, which encompass "the
American continent. While
Mosos js now embellishing his
ranche with pumpkins and sweet
potato vines he looks forward with'
undisturbed confidence to the ulti
mate removal of the National Cap
itol to the magnificent public park
ofCentoria. - -
An indiscriminate Huughfcr in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless. of prices at 20G
Fariiham street. Fjne linen and
chevoit shirts of our own inaka at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthelmer.
Broker, at 290 Famham street.
Unredeemed Fledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and Lcareuworfh ats ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Ladies' and tieiitu' lJo u, etc. -My t.e m jiry
Hoods W Complete Stllingoiily lor CASH, I
am able to UNUUSKIX any other Dealer in
thoCity. Our 1'UICEaareLOWEll than ever
heard ul bsfore. H-3m-l'l
POUN DM ASTER'S KOT1CK.
All perwns owning stuck, including cattle,
hor, shecj), goats, sine, Ac, aIo dog will
pleasa Uke uotiw tbaf on and alter Monday
the 15th day of Jque, 1&L I ahall ba obliged
in cunfonuliy to tbe city ordinance a t Jre up
all such 8 ock and dojs lunniug at large be
tween the Missouri rier and 21th str et, and
between l'arific and Grace streets, and put
them in tliu I'ound at the Estabrook Subl-, on
Capitol Aienue. UiwfonSthand 10th stre ts;
said SUble havlu been by roe designated as
the Ciiy I'ound lor the city of Ouiahi).
J JACOB KINQ,
jeii 5t 1'oundmastor.
Of in. Onft PKR DAY. Agents want
2)0 10 5XU 64- All clases of work
ing people oi either set, young or old, make
more money at work lor us in tljeir sniro mo
ments or all tb time, than at anything else.
Address ST1N&ON A CO.. Portland. Malne
Justice of ta Peace
Office orer tho State Bint, corner-1 Fafn
ham and J. Ill strrtt. je 1
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet 13th & 14 th Sts OMAHA.
tW-OliU-st. j.niciieiiiL' llopllkta In tlieclty
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
S3 0E,.rxa.lx.xici. St..
!ot. and 11th, up itfitrr,
Teeth extracted wltb,out pain, by use of M
Uflus Uxide Gas.
srtlClre jwii ata(I hour 5U
L VAN CAMP M.D.
Dispenses his own meJdnea, and beside,
regular practice, make specialities of Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Pile and other Diseases of the Rectum.
OrriCK and Residence, Corner Famham and
Uth Streets, first door to Uie right, up stairs
Omaha, Neh. Address Lock Box 404.
MKr. J. E.VANDERCOOK
Residence and office 230 Dodge st be Mth and
Special attention paid to'otntetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. I9tf.
eepsthe most complete assort
Mit of Ladie' and Gents' straw lists, trnu-
aud uultlmit'Pd. iTuasols. riques, fliar-
Vilnuvkn ami all kinds ot lry uooo..
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIGGS' YARD, CORNER OF
Uth and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wood $7 00;SoltS5 00. Store Wood to sdt
any number of store very cheap. aplStf
XTow 2eM ICarket.
WACLBl a 4t JOURDAH.
14th St. Bet, Farabam ml Harwj,
mchl5-2m Oppo ite tbe Grand Central
U, P. R. R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BSST
tnpply ol FRESH AND "SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Haras and Breatfsjt Bacon, at tbe low
it rates. WM. ACST A KNUTH.
Specially Saportad for .the Omaha Daily Bee,
rrth Atlantic Pacific Teleeraph Co.
"- Troy, N. y., June 14.
-A.fBl Knowlson'iCo.'s Beuer
wyck hosiery- mill at Sand Lake,
Heasenshaler county, was burned
this evening.- Loss, $80,000; insur
" " " -Wilkesbarre, June 14.
Yesterday, atthe.Franklin mines,
MichaelTelony a boy,-was suffoca
ted by gas, and a man named
McMahon was overcome, and will
probably die.- "Commiskey, another
bo3', saved his life by running into
a dog hol(
Sav 'FiiAvrnspo. June 14.
The passeBgers and their baggage
irora,tno steamer mow ii.-u
cbavebeen brought to- the city. '1 he
steamer struck on tne tocks aim
stove large holes in her bottom ; the
ater is running over the main
uecE ; ner spars are otcukiuk j ,
and slio will Ihj a total loss. Her
cargo consisted of furs and was val
ued at $20,000, which may possibly
8t. Louis, June 14.
George W. Grayson, sheriff of
Clay county, Arkansas, was arrested
here, charged with absconding from
that county with '$5,000 of public
funds. .He le,ft for Arkadelphia to
day, in charge of officers from that
place. Grayson denies the embez
zlement, and says the charges
against him i3 a persecution grow
ing out of the Brooks-Baxter diffi
culty, and he being a Brooks man,
says an attempt was made a few
days ago to assassinate him, and
that he came here on business and
intended returning home in a few
Sax Francisco, Juno. 14.
The steamer Prince .Alfred, from
VictofiaTB. C." struck on Duxburg
reef, five miles from the entrance to
San'Franoisco Bay, at seven o'clock
this morning, and stove a hole two
fee't square amidships, extingui-h-inu
the fires. The steamer made
sail, and beached iu Tennessee cove.
All on board are safe. The malls,
express aud treasure were brought
fo tliis city by the purser, at noon,
on tus sent to the relief.
rs ew Orleans, June 14.
A convention of planters of this
Htato jpet yesterday to consiuer uie
question o'f rebuilding tljo lovees.
A committee headed by ox-Governor
Baker waited on Governor Kel
logg and requested him to give his
views to the pofivention. The Gov
ernor made a speech "aud histecom
niendations were Indorsed.
Tlie Warmouth defaulting tax col
lector has lieen convicted aud sen
tenced"to five years In paijjtentiary.
He stated that1 he usetl money in
interest of the fusion party at the
late oleotlou. At Warmouth appli
cation from both political parties
have been made for his pardon, but
the Governor declines to Interfere.
w New York, June 13.
Jeflbreon paya Mas fimong the
passengers by thp steamship Adri
atic, which arrived at tills iort yes
terday' afternoon from Liverpool.
Mr. Davis left the city this evening
for his hoijie jn Tennessee.
- A 'Washington dispatch Bays that
tho bill for tho Northern Pacific R.
It. Mill slumber in the committee
room of Pacific railroads until net
session, 0$ jts fFJfr'Wls will now take
no action concerning It.
Thp Texas Pacific railroad com
oanvl after consultation with those
immediately interested, did not pre- J
auut ujcff H,,l,fBJtu '"""b ""
government to guaraijtcp interest
on their bonds for "contracting the
road from Fort Worth to San Diego.
It is said the road from Fort Worth
will be completed the coming fall.
" t Washington, June 14.
Information has" been received at
tho State "department that a block
ado of thp gold 'coast, ' estaljljshed
on tho lfith of December last," was
. raised on Apr 7th. .
During discussion m commit ee
of tjie whole n the House yester
day, on tho sundry Pivl appropria
tion bijl, the appropriation of two
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
for continuing Work on Mare Isl
antj, CaliforpiPt was d fussed. Mr.
Luttrell, of palffornla, inovetl to
amend' that p4rt of the sun which
could go to Chinese laborers: hp sent
to the clerk's ijesk. aijt b.at( rein a
telegram received tOrtJay t&u
Frouclsco. W'.Tig "that Mr. Murphy
a contractor on dry dock at Mare
Island, was employing Coolie labor,
ajtljoqgh pjenty of white M-orkmen
coujd. be hafl, and that much ex.
citement prevailed, Mr, Lutterell
warmly advocated the adoption of
his amendmont, and that work be
given to men who had served their
country on Jand and sea and not to
Coolies, Mr. Cox, of Now York,
followed by giving his views of Cal
ifornia politics as obtained by a brief
visitto that State, and though he
wanted all white men to be employ
ed, he thought reforms were needed
on Mare Island.
Mr. Piatt stated that Uie con
tractors had control of this matter
and. could employ who they
Mr. Ralnoy, colored member from
S. C, followed with an impassioned
speech, in which he demanded
equal Justice foi men of all colors
and nationalities within our borders
He said that in color he might be
presumed to represent the Chinese,
as he did in jmrt the Indian, the
white man and the negro, and he
claimed the Kimo rights for all. He
wan iitftcned to with marked atten
tion, and his speech was very af
fecting. "When he had concluded
Mr. Luttercll's amendmont was de
feated without a division!--.,
fet. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, June 13.
Hogs Receipts, 740. Market is
steady. Light sold at 4 755 00.
Cattle Receipts, 840. Low grades
were held lc higher. Salea of
common to choice Texau3 at 1 50(a)
1 55 ; medium to fair butchers 3 50a
400; prime extra steers sold at 5 00
Chicago Live Stock. Market
Cattle Receipts, 700. Market la
quiet and prices are firm and un
changed, but firm and steady.
Fair to choice steers, sold at 5 40
6 25; extra steers, 0 30: stockers,
Hogs Receipts, 9,000. MaikeC
active; prices firm, btronger; -mon
to fair at 4 90o 55; gQM to
choice, 5 G05 90; extra, 8 00.
bheep Mecelpts, 1.500. The
ket is quiet and steady. Saw,f
common to extra choice at
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
New York, June 13.
The competition between ocean
steamship companies continues ac
tive, and fares are being further re
duced. They are now 06 per cent,
lower than two monthsagoforsteer
age, and there Is also a large reduc
tion In cabin and intermediate.
Toronto, Ont., June 13.
At the, approaching Episcopal
Synod, to be held in this city, warm
work is expected between the High
Church party and the Church Con
vention, on the charge of immoral
ity in St. Joseph's Convent, in tins
city, made by Miss Cooper, who es
caped recently and is now with her
mother in Cleveland. It will be re-,
ferred to His Holiness the.J'opc, by
the Reverend Father Vincent, who
is a friend of thepresent arch-bishop.
Philadelphia, June 13.
The will of the late Asa Whit
ney, car-wheel manufacturer, was
admitted to probate to-day. It de
vises fifty thousand dollars to the
trustees of Pennsylvania University
for endowment of a professorship of
Dynamical engineering; twenty
thousand to the old mens'home,ten
thousand to St. Luke's church and
twenty-five hundred for the chapel,
and twenty-five thousand to the
Childrens' Sea Shore house at At
Quehec, June 13.
The steamer Ivis, which arrived
up last night, brought ten men be-.,
longing to the Norwegian vessel
Fenretta, Captain Bull, of Bridge
water, for Quebec. She struck an
iceberg and sunk. The captain and
his w ife and crow took to boat, and
were floating about five days with
out provisions when they were
picked up by the Ivis. They were
four days on the Ivis when they fell
in with a shin on thn4th of Novem
ber off the Banks of Newfoundland,
which vessel took the shipwrecked
mariners on lioard.
kw foiiK, June 13.
The Lo Courier Des Etats Unls an
nounces the arrival In this city of
four passengers of Uie steamship
Amerique, about whom nothing has
been heard of since the abandon
ment of that vessel. They are Mad
ame and Mile. Rivoire, of St. Louis,
Missouri, aud an old lady named
Prevost, They were taken on board
the ship Mhilmachi, bound from
England to Canada. Captain AVil
trie, of Uie Minimachi, w ho was
waiting in Uie vicinity of the
Amerique, for some time, proceeded
on her voyage. His vessel was de
layed by Ice at the moutli of the St.
Lawrence river, and the passengers
were finally landed at Baptiste, from
wheucp tficy canie tp this city
They say 'they 'were put on board
the Minimachi by Captain Garay,
who seemed to have some presenti
ment of liis approaching death, and
said sadly on leaving them that he
wished he could stay on board the
English vessel. The rescued pas
sengprs nplnuiwgc with kindness
the gratjpujp ofCapt, WiUrie,
Augusta, Ga., June 13.
In the cotton exchange conven
tion yeitorday, Mr. Baker, of New
York, read to the con volition a tele
gram from the New York cotton ex
change, relating to the legislation at
Washington, and the following pre
amble and resolutions were unani
mously adopted :
Whereas. This convention has
learned with great surprise, that
efforts are being ipadc in the Con
gress of the United States to pass a
law, taxjng manufactured and un
manufactured cottons, one-tenth of
one percent., when sold under con
tract for future delivery; and
Whereas, It has been the cus
tom of spinners and manufacturers
to buy their stock for future de
livery, and the custom has been
prevalent both in this country and
in Europe for'pjany ypars past, and
In many pases, qnabled tUem to an
ticipate their wttnts, at a price guar
anteeing a profit; and
Whereas. Attempts thus to in
terfere witji thp customs of trade
and commerce, by selecting one out
of many staples', sold in 'this man
ner; leaving others, among which
may bo inenUoned grain, without
such restrictions, ' are '".ryusi 'ffflll
iuequjtiblp: therefore, bu it
, .mat this Convention
respectfully but earnestly protest
against such legislation, and that a
copy of these proceedings be forwar
ded at once, duly attested, to the
chairman of the committee on
financo, of tho United States Sen
ate, and also to Uie chairman of the
commltteo on ways and means, of
the House of Representatives.
Washington, June 13.
In the House Mr. Linch, of Miss.,
rose to a personal explanation, and
had an extract from Uie New York
Tribune commenting on his speech
in the lato Republican caucus. He
said he had been misrepresented in
his views, and he did not mean as
the Tribune intimated, to say that
the colored people would support any
man for office, no matter how cor
jupt he might be; whatever might
be the case in other States. Thero
was no corruption in the local State
government of Mississippi if the
colored people were onlj- united in
politics. vas It not in consequence
of acts of tho Opposition who had
refused to accede any rights to the
colored men; they adhered to the
Republican party because It acted
justly toward the colored people.
Tho House then proceeded to the
consideration of the Senate amend
ments to the bill to amend the cus
tom revenue laws, and to repeal the
moieties. Nearly all the Senate
amendments were not concurred In,
and a committee of conference was
ordered. Tho conferrees on the
part or Uie House are 3Iessrs. Rob
erts, ofN. Y.; Sheldon, ot Louisi
ana; Wood, of N. Y.
Mr. Maynard (Tenn.) then called
up the conference report on the cur
Mr. Clymer (Pcnn.) his conferee
on the part of the JJouse, said he
had not been able to sign Uie report
because he believed there was but
one thing that could be called
money and that was gold and sli
ver; those were the standard of
values, and believing them to be
such he was not able to agree to the
report. This bill means only to fas
ten on Uie country a banking sys
tem for the rich; It was only a pao
jeot to build over Uie coming elec
tions, and all who hold for it would
be heartily ashamed of their action
before another year rolled round.
Tha naUonal banking system was
Ii ft mere outgrowth of the war,
U Wis supposed it would
be abandoned Trhenthe war
closed, but this bill proposed to per
petuate the banking system; no
one complained of Uie greenback
currency, even in the dark days of
last September, and yet this bill
was iutended to recall that curren
cy and, supply its place with na
tional bank notes. He would con
fers tliat his colleagues of the committee-
-. were not subservient
enough to obey the lafe pronuncla
mento from Uie White House, but
they had gone pretty far in that di
recUon. It seemed to him that this
house would not do anything to re
lieve people at all.
Washington, June 13.
Mr. Frelinghuysen reported, from
the, committee on, "Judiciary, the
House bill providing for the trans
fer of ther insane ofthe United
States convicts, from the" prison in
which, they may bo confined, either
to the insane asylum in the District
of Columbia or to any State insane
asylum. w '
New York, June 13.
The Publishers' Board of.Trade at
a meeting'here this week was ad
dressed by Mr. Isaac Canfon, presi
dent of tho .American Book Trade
Union, and they passed a vote in
favor of re-organiring discounts,
which would reduce Uie retail price
of books. The resolution was after
wards rescinded because ofits inter
fering with exisUng contracts, but
the reform promises to be carried
out in the fall. The publishers re
solved to send representaHves to the
general convention of Uie book
trade to be held at Put-iu-'Bay, O.,
July twentyfirst, which will be Uie
largest ever held, and for which re
duced railway and hotel rates have
leen secured for all members of tho
book trade who may be present.
Toronto, Ont., June 13.
A telegram received here to-day
fjom Victoria, British Columbia,
announced that Uie local govern
ment has sent a delegate to the im-
perial government, complaining of
the nou-ruiiuinientof the treaties or
union by the present "government of
Weston, Qt., June 13.
Yestordny as Mr. and Mrs. Peters
and son wore crossing the railway
track at this place In a light wagon,
they were struck by a passing train.
Mr. and Mrs. Peters were instantly
killed. Their son still survives
though he is badly iniured.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, June 13,.
Money Continues easy at 23c.
Bank statements show a decrease of
three million five huii(red. and
eighty tliousqnd dollars in legal rpi
serve. " ' - - -
Exchange Dull and nominal,
Gold Firm, but dull; no new
feature;- opened 11 J and advanced
to 11 J; nowstrongat that price.
Governniets .Strong; principal
sales coupons ISfiTs 1 2Q;18o6s 1 iOJ;
1789 n regular 'sixes ' of 1881
Stocks Dull; lower; brokers gone
to Jerome races; stocks very dull, P
M, L Sj St P and P F TJ principal
feature flow, " '
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 13.
Flour Heavy; superj State and
Western, 4 50g,5 25, ; extra, 5 75
Wheat Steady: No. 1 spring
1 481 51: No. 2 Chicago T42
1 43; No. 3 Milwaukee spring 1 47
Corn One cent lower; western
mixed afloat 85SU1.
Oats Cent better: western mixed
Ry'e-Nondnal; 1 041 OS.
Provisions Dull and heavy.
Lard Firmer. j. .
Leather G,ood. " J
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
Oiiicagp, Juno 13,
Flour Dull, nominal,
Wheat-4Wpaki -ful' ' l8!'
CornStrqiiaerj Julv "-"
August 6uirt1 - -4aouj ,
Oats Firm ; Cash 4CJ; July 43J;
Rye Dull and easy; o 2, 84.
Barley Dull, weak, No 2, $1 2o.
Pork Easier; cash, 17 15; July
17 05al7 20; August 17 40al7 4o.
Lard Easy; cash 11 J; TulyHJ;
August 11$. , .
Bulk meats Firm, unchanged.
Butter Firm and tending higher
at 10a20 for choice yellow.
Eggs Firm, unchanged.
Whisky Steady at 951.
255 Harney afreet, between
14th and 15th.
Carriaso aiid Wag
In all It Branches, in
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINU
and repairing done on abort noUce.
-Mi" 7ACTUBKS OF ASD DaULltt W-
Lambrcqotas and WlBdow Shades,
CHR0M0S, ENGBAY1HGS AXD
no Famham street, corner Filteenlb
F. A. PETJSKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CABRIAGE TRIMMER,
R-o. 27 FrlMm.M5,0",
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and aatisfactlon guarrantted.
WCash paid lor hides. 39Tl
G I G A B S,
politan Hot-". Consumers and Dealers wjn
find it to the5 adrantage to examine my stock
befose purchasing elsewhere mTl-ly
KIOH FAIKIHG LATO II HEBRASKAS
H0U8ES AND LOTS In tbe dty ol Omaha,
for sale cheao and on Koodterma.
BOtiGS A HILIj
Real estate brokers,oce over Maekey s store,
Rome, June 13.
The American Pilgrims have pre
sented to the Pope $100,000 in
money besides the cotter of gold
nuggets from American mines-.
They leave Rome on the 20Ui iut.
r.vitis, June 13.
The publication of the Le Pays,
theRapple and the Siecle news
papers have been suspended by
order of Uie goverment. M Paul
de Cassagnae, publisher of the Le
Pays, in an article published in tlia"
journal to-day, otters a duel be
tween ten members of tho staff of
his paper against ten Republican
The squabbles at tho railway
station continue. Six Bonapartists
have wen arrested.
Madrid, June 13.
Senor Zuabla, President of the
Ministry, has authorised generals
commanding the national forces
north to grant pardons to CarlNts
who give their submission to the
Senor Mautclio, uho-c apioint
ment its minister to the United
States was some time ago announc
ed and afterward contradicted, has
received orders to proceed to Wash
ington without delav.
The Carlists have shot twoollieers
who mutined at Duringo.
London, June 13.
The Times lias the follow ing spe
cial dispatch dated Pari Juno 12,
midnight: The Boulevards aie im
mensely crow ded to-night; all the
Cafes are full of people. An Im
mense conflagrat;;,,! js visiting Lie
northern part of the city; the freight
staUon of the Northern Railway is
In flames; all the fiicinen of Uiecilv
are hurrying to the scene, and
thousands of policemen and soldiers
are wending their way in the same
The government has resolved, in
addition to the temporary suppres-slon-of
the Lepays, to commence
proceedings against its proprietors
for violating the press laws.
Baius, June 13.
Paul DeOaspagnae, editor of the
Le Pays, replies in that journal to
Uie demands of M. M. Schoelcher
Testiliu, who were delegated by the
republicans to demand armed repa
ration, for his article on acting mem
bers of Uie left. He says therein,
that he assailed M. Gambetta and
other deputies, but flot 31. Olemen
cian, who js, therefore, not entitled
to reparation. But says that De
Cassagnac and Cleincncian wants a
personal quarrel. They can have
it; DeCttssagnac, in partiyujur, if he
The Monitor holds the responsi
bility for tle escape of Rochefort
and his companion-, and declares
the British governniont cannot re
fuse to enter upon inquiry as to
whether one of tlic-e subjects in as
sisting convicts to ecape, has not
transgressed the international laws.
Paris, June 13,
The scenes of Tlmrylay were lit
erally repeated at the western de
potsj to-day, at the lime of the de
parture of Parliament for Versailles.
The people were assembled in large
numbers, and the. Deputies to the
Asseniluy were again insulted. The
chief of policp once more dNperscd
Uio rjoters, and took twelve of the
most violent into custody, but four
of the arrested parties were released
after they had been Identified, and
the rest were committed for trial.
So threatening was the demonstra
tion, 'that a body of troops was or
dered to tho station and aided the
police in maintaining order. M.
Ornian, a brother qf tic deputy of
that ipqqc, and M. Spuller, brother
of 'the publisher of Le Rcpubliquc
Francals, a Republican journal pub
lished at Paris, weie among those
Paris, June 13.
In the Asseniluy yesterday, the
second reading of the municipal
electoral bill was concluded. 31.
DoWallville, of the Left Centre,
asked the House to inform him as
to what course it intended to pur
sue toward the Bonapartists.
31 BeUmiont, of the Left, called
attention to a statement niado yes
terday lo M Bourtaln, 3linMor of
the Interior, in relation to a recent
SSrl1--- That "dement hn
pUfcd 1. Uie police and radical
depuUes were really to blame. The
minister who made it ought not to
be retained in ollice, and that the
government was holding up his
office. r, .
31 Peird, of the Left Centre,
pointed to the long immunity from
government interference which the
Bonapartist journal Le Pays had
onjoyc'1. i,nd declared that 31
Fourth. -s unworthy of confi
dence. ... , .
3L Fourton said he declined to
retract anything he had said, and
that the Assembly should await the
result of an inquiry which had been
ordered. He assumed that the min
istry was determined to make Pres
ident 3Ic3Iahon's authority obeyed
and respected. 3L Bethmorit then
moved a vote of censure against the
3Iinister which was rejected by a
vote of 377 to 326.
About the time for the return of
the parliamentary train to Paris, a
crowd of people began to gather
around the station, but was dispers
ed by the police and there was no
disturbance. The Bonapartist prop
aganda is very active, especially in
the barracks. .
It is considered certain that 31.
DeSistry in striking 31. Gambetta
yesterday, in accordance with a cus
tomary plan of Uie party leaders to
provoke a duel. .
Copies oi me ami. i ."
by the police this evening as soon as
they were issued.
The Left Centre is reported to lie
still hopeful of a union with a por
tion of she Right Centre, and of a
formation of the ministry under
c. 7. SAttsAtircr,
Ill Cor. FrBiisin aind EleTentli 81a.
AU kinds ol TAILORING, Cleaning and rc
piirlrg done at reasonable rates. A fine lot ol
PORNIsHINO GOODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap. -iecactl
ALT LAKE CITY,
Market Gardners !
ALL KIND3 OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, lor sale. Orders addressed to us
at our garden
Cor. 21st aad Paul Streets,
will receite prompt attention. apl5J3m
Ladies' Ready-Made Su?ts
To make more room for our stock of specialties, viz -
EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS.
We have concluded to close out our READY-3rADE SUITS at tbe following reduced prices:
15 Ladies Suits with Skirt and Pnlnnm'sp fc a nn gTr r
5 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 ex
treinelv low prices.
mars Cor, ltfa. and jTarTshpim, Sts., Omaha, 2Teb.
FAT.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
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS Ss MOHAIRS, also TELYET & BEATER CLOAKIffGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
LADIES' ACTIO OSXXjX3:EI.X:iNr'S
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TiBLE UXEN IN GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HATTING RUGS AND MATS.
q:s:elajp:e:r, rriJA.nsr the cheapest
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
S&St .Tr?ng nertainins: to the FURNITURE and UP
B.OLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment o FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
S5J2SS g00(s which he. is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purcha
PALOE:SETS, LOUNGES &c., UPHOLSTERED AND
Ac, &c, &e
S. K. Olt.or K. T 1 ndFARNIIAH.
Schneider & Burmester
riX, C0PPEK AND SHEET IRON
WAKE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tln-KooGng, Spouting and Guttering don
short totleo ami 1 iho best manner.
Utn trcel seDt24dl
City Meat Market.
Kwp constantly on hand
A LARGE SUPrLY OF
Bee f, P o
Spring and Summer Styles,
SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsBsV ' I SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
Fine and Medium
all new, and bought from the manufacturer for Cash
203 Famhaux Stroot. O:
DRAPER & TAILOR
AHV DEALER IX
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
r'u!l Assorlmentor Imported Woolens. All Wort WarraBtcd.
232 FarnliaznSt, . . Omaht, Hob
LADIES' SUITS ! SUITS ! SUITS !
Just Received ! Just Received !
TO 3JE SOLD AT
LOW PRICES !
REFITTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE ! !
G. F. SXCZ2&A.1T. 256 Douglas.
Cor. 13-Ui and Saraoy Streets,
OCAHA. - - - IsTEB.
238 Farnnam St ITeap 14tn.
I W m
and Furnishing Goods.
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