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THE OMAHA DAILY
OMAHA, THURSDAY MORNINaV JUNE 18, 1874.
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TEE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD BOSEWATEB, Editor tad Propr
OBct-Xo. 138 Farnliana alct,btw.
Slat and Tost.
TEEMS OF SDB8CBIPTIOS:
On. ropy, one year, la idnnte- tj-j
lx months in adrance 4.00
" three mentis " adTanee 2.00
marll not paid In adTanee, per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
MeUureA Mnlth. 183 Harnejr street, bet.
11th aud 12th. UeelStl
GLASS ASfl PiOTDRS Fi HE8
JBelnhart. 185 IVm-lu street, dealer In
.wlndo- glass aud picture Iraiu J, (ilaxlng
done to order. a 2U
BOOTS AED SHOES.
Philip Ing, 153 Farnham it. between 10th
HL Latej, corner 1Mb nd Douglas streets.
. minuficturer and wholesale deiter in
cand-sandcvmleOionery. Country trde so
Hceted. A pW
Flandl Elliot, coal, lline, cementlialr .etc.,
1M Farnham st. lebUmS
J A. RceJer, druggist, corner 12th and lLir
Elgutter, No. 200 Farnhau st. t!7i(
A new laundry opened at 511 11th st., bet
Farnham and Douglas. The washing and
ironing will be done to order, first class work
Labium A Beard, boae and sign painters.
10th st. bet. Frnham and llaruey. a2gu
TVcmlum Soap Works. Bowel' A Co, still
XT mauu-acture their Piemiuni Soap. Flte
rt premiaau awarded by the Dougla county
and State (sin, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders solicited lraa the trade.
E. ESTABEOJK. St. m. feakcis
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crckhtou Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Attorney and" ;Coaaselor at Lair.
; rOFFICE-Room So" VUicter1! Block,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
itttrter-Ww..aa Solicitor la
OPFIOL-Otw First laUoaal luk,
Attorney at Lawi
6091-2 THIRTEESTfl 8TBEET. 0KAHA
so. x. O'BRUUt.
Office Caldwall Slock, Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. COrtIN,
. AND COUNSELOR.
T. W: T. llicliartis,
Attorney f-at. Law,
OHceSlOlStH St., bet Paralua
aad Doagl&s, Ouuha, Neb.
r 0. B 80 ntUU
ED. B. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office D Crelgbton'a new block, southeast cor
OXAHA, - NEB.
SAVAGE & MANDERS0I-,
Attorneys at Law,
9t2 FABNHA5I 6TREAT.
31MB w. aCaaB, I omaba, Nebraska.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORSEI ASD COUNSELLOR AT
1 No. 2J0 Farnhau Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Xaw
Boom 9, Visscher's Block,
OMAHA, - - NEBR.
SPAUN & PRITCHEH,;
Attoraeys tad Ceuselen at Law.
Oftca. SOS TwaUU Btreet.
iJ. iv i, 4 Omaha. Neb.
G. W. AMBROSE,
A.ttorneT - m.t - Zi otr
BEBICKS OPEEA HOUSE
JUHBI B. K1CU.KT,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
OCea Xoorn (kalkteK Block,! . omaha
rOLLECnOJS soiictted ad peompt
j ly attended to. So charje uileas oollac.
tions are made. IIoasetoI( and rents col
ectei. Ueal estate bou fit and aold. pl7tl
We J. CONNZXL.
Oounji11or,itt Tm w
VMrkt Attonej. far Imil Ja.
CMra-ZCS-Saotk aid. af rFaraaaaa, betvm
Captaik Jack's Omaha organ
tried to scalp Donald McKay's
Warm Spring Indians a natural
consequence of itsModoc proclivities.
AccoBDDfa to Bonner, of the
New York Ledger, President Grant
cannot be safely continued in our
If Mr. Wm. Gwyer wants to be
come the custodian of the great aeal
of Nebraska, he will have to cease
dabbling about finance in the news
papers. Max v prominent journals are still
pondering over the Papal succes
sion. It seems to us it will be time
enough to determine this question
when the Pope makes up his mind
to visit Saint Peter.
The return of Jeff Davis induces
the SL Louis Globe to volunteer the
kind advice to sleeping car conduc
tors between New York and Mem
phis to exercise a little vigilance a
few days and nights.
Governor (?) James M. Pattee,
declares that he has just as good a
right to protect the industrial
classes against corrupt political
bummers and oppressive monopo
lies, as Judge Dudley or General
Strickland. Mr. Pattee's argument
is very plausible.
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Qottheimer,
Broker, at 29G Farnham street
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and Learenworth ata ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
XTEEP8TnE M0ST COMPLETE A8SOUT
JY met of Ladles' and Gents' straw hats, trim
med and uqtrimmed. Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks and all kinds of Dry Goods,
Ladles' and Gents' Boita. etc My line of Dry
Goods is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UNDERSELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our PRICES are LOWER than ever
heard ol bflore. mylt -3m-pl
Justice of the Peace
Office oxer tho Stat. Bank, corner of Faru
hamand 13th streets. jel
Ftatk or Nkbsusxa. Douglas County, as:
At a Probate Court held at the Court Room, In
and for aald County, June 5th, A. D., 1874.
Present, Wm. L I eabody, Probite Judge.
In tbe matter of the e.ute of Frank Fox,
Brron Seed, administrator of aaktatate,
having filed his final account asd asks I for Its
allowance, and for his dlscbarg , aa auch
Ordered, That July J, A. D., 1871, at 10
o'i.Ujck a. m , Is anlgned for hearing said
petllloq, vhen all petsona int-reted In said
matter mar appyar at a Probate Court to be
beld t the C&jrt Ifoyse. in and for said
County, and show cause why (hs prayer of
peti' loner should not be granted; and that
notice of tbe pendency of aald petitloa and the
hearing thereof, be given to all persona inter
ested in said matter, by publishing a copy of
this order In the Omaba Weekly Bee, a newt
paper printed in aald County, for three succes
siTe.ireeks, prior to said day of hearing.
Atruecopy.l WM. L PEABODY,
JuncSwSt Probate Judge
0FFI0E, HQ, 232 FARNHAM ST.
r cr annus, -
BeL 13th & 14th St&, OMABA.
WOMest jrcUc!U!rT)ntlsU In the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
and 14th. an stalre.
Testh extracted without pais, by us. ol Nl-
WOno open atallboa
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Dtspenses his own sedelaea, and besides
regular practice, make, specialities of Deri nee
menu and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Flatu
la. Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Or ricx and Residence, Corner Faruhata aad
14th Stracta, trstdoor to the right, up tain
Omaha. Keb. Addreas Lock Box 04.
KB. J. K.VAJOKRC4)K
Residence and office 230 Dodge st bet 14 th and
Special attention paid to'obstetrlcs and dis
ease ptculiar to women ana children. ISU.
J AS. m. McvirriE,
133 a4 IS Parsihsiai Smtt.
FXITZ HAI11E, frop'r-
No. 170 Douglas Street, coraer llth.Omiha,
Vebraska. Doard by tbe day r week.
225 raraiim StrMt,
WKOLxaauc axd Brran, skaueb
FURIfaTDRB. BEDDIK6. ETC.
U01 PABM1IQ LAID II KESSA8TAB
500 Hinscom Place Lots!
HOUSES AND LOTS In the dty of Omaha,
lac sal, rhean and on coodttzma.
Seal estate brokers,oce ow Mackay 's star.
Caniaf aai Wafta Mattsf
! It tn. la tka kstMt asd
IK Haraey street, bttweaa 14th aad lKk.
bosss SBOEDra ajtd .blaccsiuthimu
ad TtfiMag inn ek ahart aalea.
analiUjlartamhrtt. Omaka Dally 1,
brtacAUamue Patile Talcnk Oo.
WAsmNQTOK, June 17.
The bill to ascertain the possess
ing rights of the Hudson Bay Com
pany, and .other British subjects,
Mr. Sherman from the finance
committee, reported the House tar
iff bill, with sundry amendments.
He said it was manifest that the bill
could not pass in the shape it came
from the House committee. He had
added aothing, but proptted to
strike out certain sections Including
that of imposing a tax on the sale of
gold,' stocks, Ac. ; placed on the cal
endar. Mr. Pratt called up the Senate bill
providing for the release of the
Northern Pacific Railroad, from the
payment of the cost of surveys on
certain lands along its line. After
discussing the bill, it was passed un
amended. At the expiration of.fthe morn
ing hour, the postoffice ap
propriation bill came up as un
finished business, being on the
amendment offered by Mr. Morrill
( VL) to the amendment of Mr. Fre
lingnuysen, providing that the
amendment shall apply only to
documents ordered printed by either
branch of Congress previous to the
passage of the act. Mr. Freling
huysen accepted, and his amend
ment thus modified adopted. It
provides for sending public docu
ment already printed or ordered
printed through mails at rates of
postage not exceeding 25 cents per
volume to be paid by the receiver,
and authorizes the postmaster gen
eral to sell'after thirty days all ac
cumulated public documents.
Mr. Thurman moved an amend
ment so as to have the Congression
al record sent free through mails.
Mr. Morrill (Me.) moved to lay
Mr. Frelinghuysen'8 amendment on
the table. The motion if agreed to
would carry all other amendments
with it; motion rejected, S3 to 31.
Mr. Thurxnan's amendment agreed
to, 28 to 29. Mr. Frellnghuysen's
amendment thus amended was
adopted, 33 to 20.
Mr. Sherman's amendment adopt
ed yesterday was, on motion of Mr.
Ramsey, amended so as to provide
that so much of the act as fixed the
rates of postage on newspapers and
periodicals shall not take effect un
til the first of January next
'Mr. Robertson submitted a propo
sition rsstoring'tbe frftnkjng privil
ege; rejected, yeas 17, nays 34,
Mr. Stevenson offered an amend
ment providing for the printing and
free distribution of 300,000 copies of
the agricultural reports; rejected 27
A bill was then reported to the
Senate amendments made in the
committee of the whole; agreed to
Mr. Morrill, of Maine, submitted
a conference report on the'legisla
tive appropriation bjll and explained
the same. It Increases "salaries of
The House retains the present
Congressional printer ; the clerical
reduction of the House is largely
rcstoredj'but neverthplpSS there is a
reduction of over $100,000 as pom
pared with the bill when reported
to the Senate.
Mr. Sargent submitted a confer
ence report on the pension appropri
tion bill. It fixes pension agents
fees for preparing vouchers, etc., 25
Hi. Bteveuson Jntroduped bill
providing for publication in news
papers of revised statutes of the
United States; passed.
The Senate proceeded to the con
sideration of the bill for the pay
ment pfpjalms allowed by the south
ern claims' '6ouni68Qn which was
previously laid aside, and a number
of bills from the committee on com
mere WW tefcen UI' and disposed of.
Mr. Tremaln moved the suspen
sion of the rules in order to pass the
bill from the judiciary committee
provjdjiig for the preservation of
ballots cast, and papors ponnected
with the election members of Con
gress. The bill having been read in full,
Mr. Cox asked Mr. Tremalne to
leave it open for debate, it not being
very important . c
- Mr. 'fremajne said t WR very
simple, providing opiy for fair elec
tions. Mr. Eldridge said it does nothing
of the kind. It provides for tbe de
struction of Btates, and for placing
elections entirely within odntrolof
Motion rejected, 148 to 100; not
twothirda affirmative, .
Mr, Woodford moved to suspend
the rules and adopt the resolution
for the establishment of the inter
national system of arbitration;
Tbe Benata bill prohibiting the
publication oi revised statutes of
tbe United States in -newspapers,
was taken up and passed,
Mr. Wilson, of Indiana, chairman
of the District of Columbia Investi
gating committee, called-up the bill
reported by him yesterday, and pro
ceeded to explain the same and an
swer numerous questions propound?
ed by various nienibers.
Ha was followed by Mr. Bass,
another mepiber of the joint com
mittee, in further explanation of
Several propositions -in regard lo
taxation of personal property were
suggested by Messrs. Port Small
and others, but Mr. Bass'" declined
to admit them. f
At the close of Mr. Bass' re
marks, Mr. Wilson moved tbe pre
vious question, whioh was aeoonded;
94 to 70.
The main question was thea
ordered, 132 to ill, and the bill
passed, 216 to 22.
Mr. Orth, ftharrnan of the oom
Bolttee on foreign aflUra, submitted
a preamble and resolutions recom
mending to civilized nations of the
earth the adoption of the system of
peaceful arbitration of xnatten of
The report on the peeaton bill
submitted and adopted. , ,
Mr. Garfield submitted the eon.
foresee report on the legislaUve'ap-
propriatlon bill, consideration of
which was postponed till to-or-row.
Mr. Wilton (HL from the judjrf.
ary committee, presented a revert
in the case of Judge Duf of IxhsM,
ana. recommended and pnmdlBg
for Bis Impeachment.
Mr. Tremaine presented a mi
mority report, signed by himself
and Messrs. Frye, Cessna, and
Ward, (DI.) dissenting from the
minority report, and recommending
the dismissal of all proceedings
All reports were ordered to be
printed, and the House took a recess
The evening session was devoted
to business from the naval commit
tee, of little general interest
Washington, June 17.
The Senate finance committee to
day agreed to strike out of the House
tariff bill the proposition to refund
to manfacturers the tax on licorice
used in manufacturing tobacco.
The House committee on judicia
ry, by a vote of six to five, decided
to impeach Judge Durrell and Bus
ted. The Senate has confirmed the
nomination of Robert M Reynolds,
Minister to Bolivia; John L, Cad
well, New York, Assistant Secre
tary of State ; John L Long, Sur
veyor of Customs, St Louis ; Geo
S McCrary, receiver of public
monies, Norfolk, Neb; A A Pol
lock, postmaster, Brownville, Neo.
The President has approved the
joint resolution providing for tho
termination of the treaty between
the United States and the King of
New York, June 17.
At the meeting of the directors of
the Union Pacific railroad in Bos
ton to-day the question of establish
ing rolling mills for the manufacture
the company's rails will be considered.
Calcutta, June 17.
The prospects for crops are great
ly improved by the copious rains
which have fallen throughout the
country. Three thousand persons
are still being fed by the govern
ment San Fbanckco, June 17.
Governor Stanford nas consented
to speed his horse Occident 'next
Saturday, for the . benefit of the
Louisiana sufferers : fast time is ex
pected. It is probable that Thad
Stevens will run for the same cause.
Springfield, June 17.'
The -Republican State Conven
tion assembled to-day. The cur
rency question was the all absorb
ing topic, and the delegates were
much divided. The majority favor
letting currency alone to regulate,
itself in accordance with the natur-"
al law of finance. This convention
is the largest ever held in Illinois.
New York, June 17.
The life insurance companies of
the East are almost unanimously
opposed to the action taken by the
legislature of California during its
last session n amending the State
insurance laws sq as to confer the
extraordinary powers upon agents
or representatives of foreign com
panies doing business in California.
The subject has been under consid
eration here among officers of life
insurance companies, and the result
has been that a majority of the
more powerful companies have de
cided to cease Issuing new policies
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NftW Vork Money Market.
New York, June 17.
Money Freely ofl'ered at 23
Foreign Exchange Higher; firm
at nominal rates of 489 sixty days
and 491 for sight
Gold Stronger at an advance of
J per cent : 1111-at opening; to 111,
bilf ftfferWards1 declined, and now
selling at 111, on reports that L.
Van Hoffman &Co. had made a
round offer for tho purchase of $20,
000,000 of tho new fivo percent
bonds or 1881.
Governments Steady and firm,
currency sixes. 1 14,
Stocks Weak, and prices low
and demoralizing; a panicky feeling
prevailed after mid-day caused by
orders from ' outsfde parties to sell
out their stocks. Pripes will proba
bly decline still further at there is
no supporting ejement jn the mar
ket The vojuifle of business is in
creased, with principal dealings in
Wesm Unlpp, Lake' Shore, Wa
bash, Pacific Mall, Union Pacific,
Rock Island and Westcen Union.
Decline ranged from 1 to 2 per cent
Erie, 27; P M 39J; U P 23J; W U
Mtw York Produce Market,
New York, June 17.
Breadstufls Heavy,except wheat
Flour Dull; super, State and
Western, 5 00(3,5 25 ; extra, 5 85
Wheat Strong ; No. 1 spring
I 4G1 48; No 2 Chicago, 1 40
I 41; No 2 Milwaukee spring, 1 43
Corn Lower ; Westsrn mixed
Oats -Havy; Western mixed
nominal, 62Q4, .
Rye Nominal; 1 0S1 10.
Provisions Dull and heavy.
Iron and Wool Quiet
Chrcaio Prouuce Market.
Chicago, June 17.
Flour Quiet and unchanged.
Wheat Active, strong,' higher:
Nol, 1 21al 22; No 2, 1 18Jal 19;
few cars sold at 1 20 cash ; closed at
1 18al 19; closed 10; June 1 18a
118; July closed 1 18 ; No 2, new,
121Jal22. ' '
Com Active but weak and lower
and market closed steady snd firm
ata decline; high mixed 61aCU;
No2,81a61; closed 61; bid cash
Oats Quiet, firm, No 2 47.
Bye Steady, unchanged.
Barley Quiet ; No H nominal at
1 1B1 20.
Pork Dull and lower; cash 1720
17 25 ; July; 17 2017 25.
Lard Quiet at M.
Bulk Meats Unchanged.
Egga Steady at 12 12.
CAKBIAGE, IUUGY a4 WAGOI
K. K. COBNEB of 14tk aad HARKEV STB,
WLP.fP?ctfollr annouBcto the ;pub
., ,. ? Mly to fill all eoa-
I v,b tun wiui an i mi aaa
yjw wagons rBBiUuUr onhajidaad
L - it '
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
WASHXNaTOx, June 17.
There are a. number of very im
portant bills on the Speaker's table
in the House. The civil rights bill
blocks the way. The conference,
committee on the currency vbUl had
two sessions" yesterdayj and the
members express confidence that
they will be able to agree upon the
bill. It is thought that one feature
of the bill will be the redistribution,
perhaps to the extent of $50,000,000,
of the present national bank circu
lation. San Francisco, June 17.
In a shooting affray last evening
between Charles "DeYoung, of the
Chronicle, and Naphtaly, of ths
Evening Sun, several shots were
exchanged, but neither party Hurt
A small boy received ashot in the
ankle, causing a slightWound. The
difficulty arose from the publication
in yesterday's Sun of an article
about DeYoung's mother. Both
were put under $1,500 bonds.
Cincinnati, June 17.
A special to the Enquirer from
Lawrenceburg, Ind., gives the
details of one of the most horrible
murders on record. The family of
Wm. T. Bradley, a poor man, now
working in Chili, were found dead.
The mother with her bowels ripped
open, and the two children, aged
seven and nine, beaten like their
mother beyond recognition. No
cause is assigned or conjectured, un
less that of outraging the woman and
murdering her and her family to
avoid disclosure. The scene of the
deed is a wretched log hut two miles
"New York, June 17.
The bricklayers strike continues.
At a meeting of the employing ma
sons last evening they adopted reso
lutions to pay $3.50' per day for
eight hours labor, or$4 for ten hours
labor. In several instances the em
ployers have conceded to the de
mands of the men, but in the ma
jority of cases non-union hands have
The firm of Turner, Bro's. , bank
ers, No. 14 Nassau street, have sus
pended. It is alleged that the cause
of their suspension was an advance
of money to the Western Railroad
Company on inadequate securities.
R. W. Berry & Co., gold brokers,
The following is a condensed
general review of the crop-situation
in Europe from late foreign papers:
Great Britain will have an average
yield; Belgium and Holland will
have no reason to complain, and
cereals look well in Southern Ger
many. The rje crop has been in
jured, but the general aspept of crops
was good in Austria and Hungary.
Some provinces have suffered pretty
severely, but the wheat orop is
placed at seventy-five per cent.
In addition to this,news from South
ern Russia Is very favorable.
New York, June 17.
Fourth day of the American Jock
ey Club races at Jerome Park. It
being ladies' day a great many of
the fair sex were present Tije first
race was the saddle, stakes fqrfhree-yeor-old
fillies,'$10Q eaph with $1,000
added; distance, one mile and a
half. Out of forty nominations only
five came to the post, Bellmont's
Countess being tbe favorite ' Tho
flag was lowered to, qn excellent
start. After going a short distance
Cottrell's Bonaventuro got ahead
and won by half , a dozen lengths,
Sandford's Leona second, and Bell
mont's Countess third ; time 2:42.
In the second race tor $600, distance
one mile and a quarter, nine horses
started. Breakness sold at even
u itrauiuic luini, MfHP -iw!
the third race, for d00, distance one
mile and three quarters, Mate.
Springbok. Woodbine, Utica and
Fellowcreft started. When the flag
wrs lowered Utica rushed to the
front and made running time until
within a M froR home whop
Springbok onoMftte went to the
front Springbok finally won by
three lengths from Mate?Woodbine
third: time 3;14, In Jk , ftmcjh.
race, handicap hurdle, for $$00, dis
tance one'hiile "antljrpe-ouarterg,
over seven hurdles: only three out
of eight started Limestone, JEro
lite and Victor. The latter was the
favorite while the others sold about
even. They kept well together un
til passing the grand stand, when
-Erolite fell Ueavijy and rolled over
hia rider, The other two raced to-
Sther tho remainder of the distance,
mestone finally winning rather
easily by three lengths, with Victor
second; time3;26, rollte did not
finish the course.
New York, June 10.
A series of sensations agitated
Wall' street yesterday, disturbing
the sluggish course of events which
have characterized its operations
for the past several weeks. First
came the failure of Turner Bros.,
lately engaged in banking. Then
the discovery of the forged coupons
on the Central Pacific Railway Co.,
talk of an opposition line on the Pa
cific, small failures on gold ex
change, apprehensions of trouble in
several railroads, and smaller re
ports generally have had a tenden
cy to drive down stocks from one
to four per cent Among other
events of general interest was the
announcement of foreclosure on the
Rockford, Rock Island & St Louis
Only one counterfeit coupon Cen
tral Pacific gold bond Jias yet been
presented at tbe company's office
though it is certain more arc in ex
istence. The forgeries are supposed
to come front Germany.
It is stated that the proposed
arrangement between tbe Pacific
railroad companies and the steam
ship company for running opposi
tion, to the Pacific Mail between
China and Japan- and tbe Paoifio
coast have been completed, pro
viding the latter will undertake to
run weekly steamers.
H. Ottorburg, who came from
Germany as agent of the German
bondholders of the Rockford, Rock
Island and St Louis railroad, which
lately defaulted, returned from the
West yesterday. He says that be
fore leaving St Louis he Instituted
preliminary proceedings to foreclose
the mortgage on the road. The
company 'a Indebtedness amounts to
$9,000,000, nine-tenths of which is
beld in Germany.
Jay Gould went to Boston y ester,
day to sign the deeds and consum
mate the sale of the Narragansett
Steamboat Line. The purchaser Is
Ithe 'Old Colony Railroad Company,
Md tie price Sa $1,800,000,
against tpp num jmu won tup race
by three.' lengths' fjordelia second,
attrl T)uit1iirn tliftMl 4)wtn O.I ri Tl,
Springfield, HI., June 17.
The prospect is that the Illinois
Republican State Convention to
day instead of endorsing the infla
tion policy, will reiterate the finan
cial plank of the last Republican
National Convention which would
be a good and wise thing to do. It
reads as follows:
Resolved, That we denounce the
repudiation of the public debt in
any form or disguise, as a national
crime; and that we witness with
pride the reduction of the principal
of the national debt, and of the rates
of interest on the balance, and con
fidently expect that our excellent
national currency will be perfected
by a speedy resumption of specie
Providence, R. I., June 17.
In the twelfth hallnr fhrTT S. Rpn-
ator to-day, in the General Assem
bly, in joint session, Burnside re
ceived 43, Dixon 29, Barlow 17,
scattering 20 total vote 107; neces
sary to a choice 54.
Thirteenth ballot: Burnside, 45;
Dixon, 28; Barslow, 16; scattering,
21. After taking the second ballot
tlie convention adjourned until to
Madrid, June 17.
It is reported that a battle has
been commenced at Estezla, and is
proceeding advantageously to the
London, June 17.
lhe Ascott races commenced
Tuesday. The Scott stakes, the
Prince of Wales stake and the
Ascott gold vases. The first was
won by Lord Lonsda'e's Coventry,
the second by Sir R. Bulkletly's
Solulnus, and the third by John
Lisbon, June 17.
The steamer Africa has returned
to this port after successfully laying
her section of tho Brazilian cable.
The line bos been tested and found
to work satisfactory, and turned
over to the Brazilian Cable Com
pany. Unbroken telegraphic com
munication is established between
England and Cape Horn.
London, June 17.
A Times Paris dispatch reports
that suplementary stops for an alli
ance of centres have been taken,
and others will follow. In an arti
cle in the Journal Desbos, the organ
of the Left Centre, comparing the
fears aroused by the empire with
confidence inspired by the Republic.
If true the conservatives will loyal
ly consent to assume the govern
ment The report that Due tie Bisaccia
had resigned Is confirmed.
Havaka, June 17.
The Dlaro says that four armed
insurgents, who belonged to the
bands of Camaguaqui, have come
into the Spanish lines at Trocha
cSuicishra and surrendered them
selves. It is asserted th.lt tlm Mnrmiia nf
Santa Lucas has been deposed from
me presiuency oi me L'uuan ifepuu
lic, and tjigt ffen. Maximo Gomez
has bpn appointed as his successor.
B.rig. Gen. sponade reports that
he marched vith four battalions
from Trocha Marion r.i .rup.inrn with.
out encountering 'any rebel force that
QUEKNSTOWN, June 17.
When the steamer Parthia ar
rived here last evening, nlarge mob
had gathered on tho dock, awaiting
her, and the appearance of Henri
Rochefort As Rochcfort nassed
and yells, "and made a rush for him,
as he tanked, The police surroun
ded Rochefort, who it is thought
would have been lynched, but for
their protection. The intensely ex
cited mob pressed forward, hooting
biro to iip depot His arrival at
Cork was not expected. He there
fore passed, the city unpoticed, and
tool? the tfahi ftt'fl p. in., for Dub
lln, wftenpe fee wffl proceed to irfin.
Paris, June 17.
The Republican journals of to-day
speak in the most eulogistic terms
of the Ministers of both Right and
Left Centres of the Assembly, be
causo of their vote yesterday against
the restoration of a monarchy.
They say that the vote of the As
sembly although it does not pro
claim a Republic shows that a
monarchy Is impossible. The Or
Ieanlst Journal considers the action
of the Assembly leaves the situation
unchanged, but expresses its belief
nevertheless, that the consequence
of the vote will be the consolidation
of President McMahon's power.
In the Assembly to-day, on the
reading of the journal of yesterday's
proceedings, loud complaints were
made by the members of tbe inac
curacy of the lists of yeas and nays.
Governor Cissey and three others
said they had voted in favor of the
motion for urgency on the Left cen
tre's bill. A deputy who voted
against the motion declares that
seven members of the Left who's
names were recorded In Its favor
were not present when tho vote was
taken. He demanded a recitement
of the vote, which, according to his
statement, ought to stand 339 affirm
atives to 340 negatives.
M. d'Franklin, of the Extreme
Right, formally moved that the
vote in question be declared void.
M. Buffett, President of the As
sembly, maintained the validity of
Tho Right Centre presented a con
stituent resolution defining the
powers of President McMahon. It
was referred to a committej of
thirty. It Is believed tlfc commit
tee of thirty will not report for a
fortnight on bills referred to it yes
terday. The Left have abandoned for the
present the agitation for the disso
lution of the Assembly, because
they hope for an organization of
Presidents of Bureau of the As
sembly have been appointed, and
consist of eight from the Right and
seven from the Left Ce'ntre, includ
ing M. Laboulaye, Casiner, Perier,
And Leonsay, A committee of par
liamentary organization was ap
pointed, and consists of eighteen
members of the Left and twelve of
the Right Centre. M. De La Roche
foucauld's monarchical resolution
of yesterday was finally referred to
this committee, but it is considered
certain that it will not be reported
1 to the Assembly for decision,
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Btantly recognized ' by the
who received him with
anu yelling, followed by piany
Frenchropili to ftp Quppn'3 Hotel.
From that blace theuollec escorted
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