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OMAHA. MONDAY MORNING-. JUNE 22, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWABD EOSEWATEB, Editor sad Prop'i
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LEADING HATTER !
OMAHA BUSINESS DIKECTORT.
McUureA Smith. 185 Harney street, het.
11th and 12th. declSU
QLAB3 ASJ) PICTURE F2XES.
JBelnhsrt. 1S6 IVulu street, dealer Id
.window glass andplcturolraui:.. UUzlng
done to order. 2li
BOOTS AED SHOES.
Philip king, 153 Farnham at. between 10th
HL Latey, corner 12th and D nglas atreeta,
minubcturer and wbulesale dealer in
rmli and conlettlonery. Counuy trad, ao
Fland A Elliot, coil, lime, cetnen thalr .etc,
134 Farnhain it. lebUniS
J A. IfceJer, drugglat, corner 12th and Har
Jk r Elgutter, Ho. 200 Farnham at. 117tl
nrwlanndry opnedat 511 11th sUbct
-r I ..! TW.....U 1'Iia w.Hlnr .nd
inlng will be done to order, firal c.ass work
Lehman A Board, hou-e and sign painters.
10th at. bet. F.rnham and Harney. a28tl
Premium Soap Worka, Powel A C at 111
inaau actare their P.emlum Soap. Fire
first premiums awarded by the Pou'a county
and Stste lairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Uruera solicited Irom the trade.
u. M. KKANCI3
ESTABR00K& FRAN CIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE CrcSgbton Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney ami iCoiiasclor at Law.
a 0FPICE Boos So YlaacWs Block,
JOHN W. LYTLE,
AtterBeTaT-LaiT h(T Solicitor la
OFnOb-OrsT Pint SaUoaal But,
Attorney at Law.
8091-3 THIBTEESTS STREET. OMAHA
SSO. X. O'BBIEX.
OSee-Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMAIE1,. - KKBBASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
T. W. T. Kichards,
Attorney at Law,
Oflee 510 ISth St., beL Fankaa
ami DoHgUs, Osuiha, 5eb.
r.o. B 80 ""
C"H. BALLO ED. B.;GLASGOW .
Ballon & Glasgow,
Office n Crelfihton'a new block, aoatheast cor
SAVAGE & MANDERS0N,
Attorneys at Law,
M2 FABNHAM 8TBEAT.
jiiBW.tt'MX. I Omaha, Nebraska.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTOISEI AND COUSSELLOK AT
Ko.240 Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Boom 9, Vlsschcr's Block,
OMAHA, - - NEBR.
J. 8. BT-AUh.
SPAUN & ITCHEH,
Aliwracjs ud OMftselsr at Law.
'Offirs. 60S Tvallth Street.
AMr. XMtk Bot 4M. Omaha. Nab.
G. W. AMBROSE,
i,ttomeT t -:
ROICK8 OPEKA HOUSE
JOH5 K. KKLLKT,
Attorney a Counselor at Law
OLLECnOS3 SOUaTED AKD PE9MTT
ly attended to. No eharg aaleaa csHse
ii are made. JfousMtolet aa iwta col
eul. Real aetata boaghtaw aaM. aa!7U
Wf J COlfNEIX.
0attaiior i XaC?
Mriet Atttney fr iMtai Jai
If 111! MP Maaawal JaMla 1 la all ti Bjaaihai la taw maam aa mam
ISVMulWresur!: wOTi '
' w-KJtft. m Utk SSESV Jamammagaam. SaHw'X.-
Asv we shall all have glory!
Twexty-foub hoursmoreof Con
gressional misery, and the country
-will be safe.
GovEBXOB Pattee gets oft with
five dollars and costs, which was
just what Judge Kelly used to in
flict upon the disturbers of his
There is now no doubt that Con
gress will adjourn Monday. All
the appropriation bills have been
disposed of. and the principal meas
ures before that body have either
been passed or shelved.
Inasmuch as Saint Patrick O'
Bannon O'Hawes has abandoned
his intention to return to Omaha
during the coming week, wo shall
have to postpone the celebration of
the glorious Fourth until Pat shall
find it convenient to come.
The private secretary of th
would-not-be Dictator. of America
has received a letter which closes
with the following paragraph:
"The Omaha papers may as well
stop their sneers and fall in; they
cannot checkmate fate ; I will put
them all right as to their city.
Amoxo the invitations extended
to Mayor Chase to orate on the
Fourth of July, comes one from
Grand Island, from the Grangers,
Castles, &c., of the center of Ne
braska. They propose to have the
largest gathering in the State. We
understand, however, that our
Mayor intends to spend the Fourth
"at homo" this year, for a variety.
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Famham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gotthelmer,
Broker, at 290 Farnham street.
Unredeemed Fledges for Sale.
9lh street between Jones and LeaTenworth sts.,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Keeps the most complete assout
met ol Ladies' and Gents' straw hats, trim
uid snd untriiunied, Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles. Naluaoois and all kinds of l'ry Hoods,
Ladies' and Gents' BoU,eto. My HiisofDry
Goods Is Complete. Selling only lor CAS1I, 1
am able to UNDKBSE1X any other Dealer in
the City Our PEiCESare LOWEU than ever
htwrd .-I ln-ture. myl-3ni-Il
Justice of the Peace
Office over tho Stafe Bank, corner of Farn-haraandiathttroEt-
($y JM t.
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
BeL 13th L 14th Sts OMAHA.
9-OUleet practicing TWntbtt8 iu the city
DR. A. S, BILLINGS.
094 Tarnliam flit.
R. and J4Mi, up itaira.
Tacth extracted without gain, by MP pf Ul
troua Olid Oaa.
Ifcto cn atallhou 6U
L VAN CAMP M. D.
DtsBeusa hla own meddnaa, and bosldea
raular praetl, makes spadalitfaa of Dtnsfe
aiaoUandlHaaaaas PeaaliartoWamen, FlaUi
la, Ptlaa and other Diaaaawi of Ite Bactom.
Orncm : Ciraar Farnham sad Hih strwta,
rat door to Om right, up atalr. Besldenc-,
210 Dougli. stmt, beta een 12 and IStb, next
to Lutheran Cburch, Ommaa, X.b. Aadrcaa
Lor a Has 8 -I. JanHdaw f
KM. J. V.VABOKRCK
Residence and ofico 2S0 Dodge at bet 14th and
Special attention pa!4 tojotatetrics and dia-
pecuuar w woueo iju cuimf uh- 'h
rrODWAKB L BL'MLalUT,
Market Gardaer !
ALL KHfPS OF VfiaFTAflfES, AWP
planu. for sale. Oiders sidraiaod tons
at our garden
Cer. Slat aid Pas) Streets,
Will recalTf prompt atteq lion. aplSdSm
F. A. FM'EUS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
So. 97 FarMraBti,tra4,ntkl.tk.
ALL orders and repairing prompUy attended
to ud satistacUnn guarraaUed
a-Cssh ruid tor hides. ap39rl
MAGIfTKR OP TH: BaSPAKTBD.
le. 496 10th Et, bitwew FaraktH 4 Kanty.
Will by tha aid of guardian spirits, obtain
or any one a view of tiejiasl, present and fu
ture. No fees charged ia cases of aickneaa,
SaS FaraVim Street,
WHOJ.ISALX AWD KKTaTI. Pf Jf
FDIMITDMa BBDBIIf 6. ETC.
KICK FAaMU-3 LiJT If VBaU8XAB
500 Hanscopi Place Lots!
HOUSES AND LOTS la the city of Omaha,
foraalecheaDaadon rood terms.
Bead estate broka,ome orer Mackey's store,
od Dodge at. opposite aewpaatoKcr apSraS
Haraty atrae, t
Canteje aW WfM
gMdaUyBwaartol br faa Om&U BfHylat,
brtaaAtlaatle Facilo TalafraH Ca.
WASHisaTON, June 21.
The river and harbor, and sundry
civil appropriation bills, will be
ready for the House to-morrow at
the opening hour. The latter bill
has been very much loaded down
with amendments, and amend
ments have also been made to the
river and harbor bill, which will
certainly be struck out. Both bills
will go to the committee of confer
ence, and there is so mucn in mem
that will be the subject of contro
versy, that it to acarcely probable
that they can -be Anally acted on he
fore late on Monday sight or Tues
day morning. t
The Senate then took up the bill
in relation to the circuit courts in
the'State of Alabama, and after a
lengthy discussion it was passed.
The Senate then, at 3:30 a. m.
Sunday, having been in continuous
session sixteen hours and a half, ad
journed until 11 a. m. to-day.
About 2 o'clock this afternoon a
dozen or more persons congregated
on E street near the Western Union
Telegraph office to witness a duel
between George H. Butler, late
Consul to Egypt, and Gen. Green.
A TMiTille ihnnmchfare would aDDear
to be a strange place to fight a duel,
but both partita seemed to be in
earnest. Pistols were loaded and
were about to be handed to the prin
cipals by their seconds, when Green
declined to proceed further with the
proceedings, alleging that it was
too dark for him to shoot It is ru
mored that the duel will yet event
uate. Strong doubts are expressed to
nightby those in position, to know
as to the probability of the Presi
dent signing the currency bill. The
friends of the bill in both Houses,
however are sanguine in iheir be
lief that the President will sign the
The President called at Senator
Jones' residence this afternoon
and the two were closeted for over
two hours in private consultation.
The knowledge of this fact has
given rise to a rumor that the Presi
dent is acting on the advice of Mr.
Jones, and will not sign the bill.
It is said that Judge Holt, Judge
Advocate General, to whom tho
President referred the findings in
tho Howard Court of Inquiry for
review, has returned the same fairly
riddled' and destroyed by legal criti
cisms and comments.
It is stated on good authority late
to-night, that the President will
sign the currency bill. He does net
ponsider that It is a measure for the
expansion of currency, And although
he objects to that part which dis
turbes the reserves he does not
think ho would be justified under
the circumstances in withholding
The general appropriation bill was
finally passed last night, appropriat
ing $500,000 for the subsistence of
the Apaches in Arizona and New
Mexico a sum which is one-third
too small for ftpll" SPFVicp: Pjfe
partmentwill t)e sqnjewhat embarr
rassed by this action.
Ill tle House Saturday evening,
Mr. Dawes, ehajrwRn qf tje ways
and means committee, presented
the new currency bill as agreed on
by the conference committee, and
proceeded to explain it He re
gretted that tfep rpnort did not con
tain a provision, as did the first
conference report, for specie resump
tion, or for the retirement under
any circumstances of any portion of
the governmnet issue. He regret
the government issue. He regret
ted exceedingly that it had been
impossible fa b,rn tfte Houses to
gether on any suofi agreement
The committee, bowover, felt that
iu fixing the maximum Issue of
greenbacks, something was gained
rViniiari turn nnmmittM8 and two
houses had tjeen unaWfJ to regulate
the matter, wtilph the publio faith
seemed to demand, and which
seemed easy. It therefwe fixed the
maximum at $382,pOQ,flOO, and re
quired it to fee fcept n proultion
instead of having part of it a reserve
in the treasury, or drawn In as If on
some tramway. The second feature
a ,Vi hill that there should be no
further Increase of national bank
currency, rendered It possible to
know the whole amount of such cur
rency Issued. Hebern a member
0f tip committee, and representing
a section of tho OQuqtry which had
more than Its share of bank note
circulation, it would not lie unbe
coming In Wm to propose redis
tribution, He, thefUlJW, fcvored
the report which proposed tbe re
distribution of $55,OQO,O0Q of ;the
$80,000,000 now reainpd bygone
BeatlQO of the country more tMn H
was entiled fo.by thPfatto of wealth,
and population. He explained -that
what would he the effect of the bill,
recommended the report to the con
sideration of the HQuap, aMpiitJe
ularly to that section Aftb,e eqtratry
which steadily refused to Increase
the circulation. I'
A very warm an somewhajt per
sonal tjehate followed between vari
ous membeas. Pbe final -vote resul
ted In the passage of thfe hill 221 to
40. ' "
The following members voted In
the negfttlvp ; Messrs, Ansfcer, fiar-
11U11, -Mono, -MfHlHUClBi uunigiuu,
Cor, Crooks, Holmes, Gidtagt,
Hamilton, Hawlpy (Conn.) Headee,
Herdom, Hoar, G. V, Hooper, Kel
logg, Kendall, Lawsoo Luttrell,
Mogee, McLean, M. fL. Smith,
O'Brien, Page, Platte, N, H Pendle
ton, Phelps, Pierce, Potter, Schu
maker, Schofield, 8eudderN. YA,
Kmart Rtnrm. Su-iinn. Tnwuvun.
White, Wood, WillanJ tjodeed-
goes to the'Jfciasiiicnt
Albany. Jrae 21.
The RjwsBaplar 'A4totft:
road depot at Albany cemetery, was
broken open earjy this moralpg aad
robbed of a fpw dollars and then set
on fire. The builqiqg was totally
destroyed, ' " '
The nape of one of the menlriS
edAhteiorBngby the railroadjap
eiJent t St Johnsette has heesiaa
eertained. to be Peter McGrtpr,
Tho HeraW bMay states ilaat 1,
U, VnetH, the note4 oilwML
whose axtewve fwp)tie in WAS
street, four years afro, created eofe
sMerabie exotfemetii w mm
ckdes. asd who was seateni
March 1871 by Recorder Hack
i U1M Vaaun IBtpnBOtiHIcslV urn issuing)
aicteBts, has been pardoned by
sine vears lmorlsonnent oa two
Albany, June 21.
An accident occurred on the New
York Central Railroad, near St.
Johnsville, about 3 o'clock this
morning, caused by the collision of
two freight trains. Two men were
killed outright and several others
injured. The names of the killed
and injured have not yet been
New Orleans, June 21.
The type and material of the New
Orleans Bulletin were sold by the
Sheriff yesterday, to satisfy a judg
ment of the Court The publisher
of the Bulletin, who has been acting
as keeper of the property, by courte
sy of the Sheriff, refused to surren
der the type after the sale to Mr.
Houlaban, the purchaser. Mr.
Houlahan called upon the public
authorities to put him in possession
of his property, and at a late hour
last night this was done. It is a
significant fact, as it shows the real
sentiments of the business com
munity, that the Bulletin is the
fourth Jew Orleans new paper,
adopting a tone of reckless and vio
lent misrepresentation and hostility
towards the existing State govern
ment that has been sold out by the
SherhTfor debt, or died for want of
adequate advertising, during tho
past two years.
An attempt to organize all of the
independent clubs of the city for the
fall campaign, on a basis of opposi
tion to tho Republican party, has
failed, each club having its own can
didate for local offices, and the meet
ing broke up in a row.
Peekskill, June 19.
The single skull race between
Tenyck and ScarlT, to be decided
next Wednesday, is attracting con
siderable attention. Scliarffhas ais
rived, and went into training over
the course to-day. He is stopping at
the St Cloud Hotel. Both men are
in good condition. Heavybetting
to-day on Scaaff, who is the favorite,
at onethousand to eight hundred.
Washington, June 20.
Dispatches dated May 23d, have
been received from Rear Admiral
Strong, commanding the naval force
on the south Atlantic station. The
health of the squadron continued
good. The Monongahala recently
returned from a visit to Cape Ferie
harbor, where the crew was exerci
sed in the various drills required by
AH iron clads at Key West, ex
cept the Dictator, are to be sent to
the navy yard at Pensacola, where
they will be moored with a sulll
cieent force to take care of and pre
serve them, and are to be kept in
readiness for receiving a full com
plement of officers and men, should
The President as approved of the
following acts :
An act making an appropriation
for the legislative, executive, and
judioial expenspsof the government,
fur the year ending, June 30th,
1875, and for other purposes.
An act granting a Medal to John
Home, Jr., for his heroic exploits
in rescuing men, women, and child
ren, from drowning In Detroit
An act to authorize the issue of
duplicate agricultural scrips when
the original has bocn lost.
The Senate to-day passed a large
number of relief bills, to remove po
litical disabilities, etc.
In the House, Mr. Dawes, frorf
the conference committee on th'e
disagreeing pf vote.s"6n "the cur
rency bill, submitted a report from
the commjtttee, ' which was read ;
he expjajnefl thp prqvisjpns of tho
report? ftflf! t&id H was tha best that
could be agreed upon: regretted was
nothing In the bill looking to an
early resumption of specie pavment
CKW York, Ju.no 19.
To-day John Morrlsoy ofibred to
wager with McUrutu, the well
known turf-man, $5,000 $750 that
McGrath's Tom Bowling cannot
beat Lexington's four mile time,
7:19J. McGrath will accept
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nw Yerk Money Market
) New "York, June 20.
MonpyYery rW at m ppr
Forefgn Exchange Dull at 488
for sixty days, and 491 for sjght
QoJ Du agd reflected quietness
onotfcer fflarfcetsj opened at 1J
With subsequent sales at 11H.
Governments-Dul ancfr firm,
feltopkjs-Very quiet oecauso brok
ers have gone to the Jerome Park
races. Speculation was downward
after a rfse of tq 4 at iljp" openjng.
Vwy little lntrpst js attached to
any department to-d.ay.
Chrcipo Pruuuoe Market.
Chicaoo, June 20.
Flour in better demand and
firmer: eood to choice extras, n 90
-535: low to medium, QQftl2 f
"TSSHHr tw Wt
WneatStea(y ; pajsh, 1 21 ; July
1 201; August 1 13. !
Corn Steady ; cash J0JQ0 ;
Julyi59i; August 593,
QateHtefl(!y j oasb, 46; July,
41 f; August, 83 J.
Rye 84 bid.
Pork Steady ; July. 17 25 : Auc.
I firm July, n.
York Produce Market.
New York, June 20.
Flour Firmer, and a shade bet
ter tor snipping Dranus.
f!oTi Firm Western rnivtwl
Provisions Ouiet but trenemllu
irt stew mess, IT 25(3X0 50.
Jrim. More activq.
0Wcf Uvt Steck Market.
Chicago, June 20,
Cattle Reoelpts 800; market quiet
with prjoes steady; sales of choice
steers were made at 5 85; Texans
Ad native calves 3 25500; extra
SMOoth steers 6 15.
BasswRaoeinta S.000? mnrtet on.
re ad higher; good to choice 5 75
Receipts 600; market dull
wneat strong, ano; higher
No"2' tJWcago, 1 43(Sil 44: No 2
wracui jnu. s Hiiriuir- 4hrTi ii
Milwaukee snrinc. 1 473V1 "4R
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
LoinsaLLE, June. 19.
Mrs. Audubon, widow of thecele
brated naturalist, John J. Audubon,
died in Kelleyville on Thursday,
aged 88 years.
Washington, June 20.
The President has approved an
act to authorize the secretary of war
to ascertain the amount of expense
incurred by the States of Oregon
and California in the suppression of
Indian hostilities in the years 1872
Syracuse, N. Y., May 19.
The following petition from the
Anti-Secret Society Convention,
was to-day forwarded to President
Grant, at Washington :
lb His Excellency, U. S. Grant,
President of the United States :
The undersigned citizens of the
United States, learning through
public announcements that it is pro
posed to lay the corner stone of the
new government building, at
Chicago, with Masonic cere
monies, on the 24th day of
June next. St John's daj-, so
called, respectfully represent that
under our consutuuon(and laws no
society, sect or order is entitled to
office, resentment or precedence
over any other order or society, and
they, therefore, do earnestly protest
that the order to which it is thus
proposed to delegate work of nation
al interest should not be allowed
such recognition, either through its
festivals or its rites and ceremonies,
which are oil'ensive to a great body
of American people. The petition
is signed by 20,000 persons from 16
MicLael McCarthy, living on
West Twentieth street, while crazy
from drink, brutally beat and kicked
his wife and daughter last niuut,
and then attempted to stab his wife
with a penknife. A terrible strug
gle then ensued, and the wife final
ly attempted to escape by means of
the window when McCarthy seized
her and threw her out She fell
twenty-five feel to the yard beneath,
striking hor head on a piece of scant
ling and rendering her unconcious.
At the hospital it was said that she
could not live.
A special despatch to the Times
from Chester, Pa., says the board of
trustees of the Pennsylvania Milita
ry Academy yesterday conferred
the degree of civil engineer upon
the members of the graduating
classes, and the degree of doctor of
phsical arts on Captain H. h. Boole,
formerly of New York, but now In
charge of John Roach A Co.'s exten
sive shipbuilding worfcs op the
Delaware, Thp gracjuatesdellverpd
orations before a brilliant audience
in the drill hail of the academy.
The Pennsylvania Military Acade
my Is the only school of its kind In
the State and has a high reputation
for its scientino and military in
structions.. Its examinations are
very rigid, and it speaks well for
the earnestness both of the academy
stalTfand of the cadets that very
many of the students have success
fully passed the examination for ad:
mission Into the graduating class of
Mullen still keep3 up his walk at
Washington mjing academy, but
his 'attorn, nt"to walk five hundred
miles In six days v(lU be a failure,
as, owing to the m'lsmeasurcment
of the track f which Mullen claims
to have been ignorant he will harp
one hundred and five extra rounds
Washington, June 20.
In the Senate Mr. Anthony, from
the committee on printing, reported
a resolution to print six thousand
extra copies of tqe sttlept committee
on transportation J pa!- Also a
resolution to print five thousand
copies of the report of the commis
sioners of education: p4ssevl.
Mr. itaPltlton, (Maryland) from
the ooramlttee on patents, reported
adversely on the memorial from Al
len B. Wilson for an pxtension of a
sewing macnine patent anu uie
committee' were discharged.
MrV'Hamiin, (MftjJlP) faffl the
commltoqpost qfflces, reported
that no further legislation Is neces
sary to secure additional mall ser
vice between San 'Francisco, ajid
In thp Ifousp a resolution to fill
the vacancy in the board of mana
gers of the asylum for disabled vol
unteers, by appointing JameJ Neg
ley In the place of Jay Cook, If the
latter resigns, was adepted.
A bill to pay the Kentucky Me-.
chaniPft! and. Agricultural Associa
tion twentyrnvc thousand, dollars
for damages to their property by U.
S. troops, was passed.,
A resolution authorizing a select
committee to investigate Arkansas
affairs, and to examine witnesses
during recess, was adopted.
In the Senate ft resolution to print
fl.OOQ extra copies of thp report of the
committee op transportation was
passed; also a resolution to print
5,000 copies of the report of the com
missioners of education,
ToRONTOjimt, June 19.
At the semi-annual meeting, of
the royal grand encampment of tho
Knights of Malta, held atBowman
vlljo j-estenlay, sovoral applications
for warrants from the United Sfc:?s,
were received and considered.
New York, June 20.
The bank statement for the past
week shows a gain of $181,4000 in
reserve and excess over legal re
quirements. It is now $18,204,850,
Loans decreased $2,175,3.00,, specie
decreasa !,88(j,Bu0O, legal tenders
increased 887,C00,deposits decreased
5,102,900, circulation Increased 19,-.
St. Louie Preduce Market.
St, Louis, Juno 20,
Flour Quiet and weak.
Wheat Sjrlng firmer; No 2
Chicago, 1 09; winter lower; choice
red 1 35,
Corn Inactive and easier ; No 2
mixed, W6". in elevator closing
at Inside priee.
Oats Dull at 45 In elevator.
Bye Wanted at 75.
Whisky Steady at 90.
Pork Quiet at 18 0018 25.
Bulk Meats Nominal.
Lard Quiet : summer, 10 J.
Baoon roJ; heavy, 535.
SL Lwilt Live Stack.
St. Louis, June 20.
MogftBeipts 710; market un
Vifttue ewipia wjiiia
London, June 20.
Mr. Bellow, the reader and elo
cutionist, died last night after a
long and painful illness.
The Daily News reports Lieut
Garidbaldi so ill that he cannot
move and is incapable of writing
or feeding himself.
London, June 20.
The communist refugees in this
city propose to entertain Rochefort
at a grand dinuer on Monday.
Paris, June 20.
Jules Gabriel Janin. the eminent
French critic and author, is dead.
Havana, June 20.
Eleven officers of the Spanish
navy have been rewarded by the
Government, for their services in
defending the city of Mougeanella,
against the insurgents, with nmmn-
tion in the ranks, the crosses of
various orders, and the thanks of
Madrid, Jne 20.
Gen. Concha is continually re
ceiving reinforcements. Gen. lal
acios, with 4en thousand men is
marching against Contavieja, the
Carlist headquarters in Avragon.
Rome, June 20.
The text of the address of the
Pope to the Cardinals, on Tuesday
last is published . The Pope ren ews
his protests against the usurpation
of the Papal States; abolition of
religions coqxirations, and other
acts of the Italian Government, so
the enemies of the church may not
be able to plead justitieation of un
He is also moved to allude to
those subjects again because he
recently received overtures of recon
cilliation, and had in his possession
respectful letters that, as viceroy of
God and peace, ho should pardon
his enemies and withdraw the ex
communlcations pronounced against
them, but declares he cannot make
peace with the enemies of tho
In conclusion he exhorts the Car
dinals to imitate the conduct of "for
eign bishops, especially thoso of
Germany and Brazil.
Tho American pilgrims who went
to Venice have loft that city for Ba
varia. London, June 19.
This was the last daj' of theAs
cott races. The following wore tho
chief events: Ascott plate worth
300 sovereigns was added to the
sweepstakes of fifteen sovereigns.
Each mile and a quarter was won
by Loander. Ten horses ran. Alex
andria plate-of one thousand sov
ereigns added to sweepstakes of
twenty-five sovereigns, each second
horse to receive two hundred sov
ereigns out of the stakes, third
horse to save stakes, was won by
King Lud. Five horses ran. Last
betting was two to one against King
Lud, five to four against Boyard and
four to one against Flagolet The
attendance at the meetings have
been large throughout and includ
ed several members of thp voval
In the House of Commons to-day
Mr. Burke, under secretary for the
foreign department, In reply to a
request for information, statpil that
her Majesties government was hot
unwilling to mediate between Bra
zil anil the Argentine Confederation,
but that it had not as yet been liu
vited to use its friemy pffices in
Rochpfort "will probably address a
large publio meeting In this city at
an early day.
A Times Parig special says the
debate on the government
power to nominate mayors will tako
place to-morrow. As thp legitim
ists have promised to support the
government, tho latter may have a
small majority when tho measure
comes to be voted on. M. Luporn
Burun was informed ypstenlay by a
committee of thirty that the legitim
ists intended to again Introduce in
the Assembly a motion in favor of
tho restoration of the monarchy.
The ship engaged in laying the
section of the Brazilian cable, from
St Vipcent, Cape de Verdes, to the
coast of Brazil, was at noon yester
day in latitude twenty degress
south; longitude, twentytvo east
U. P. R.R, MEAT MARKET,
15th street hit California and Webster.
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
supply ol FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Hreaklast Bacon, at the low.
st rates. WJI. AUST A USU.TH,
339 Bouglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wheels, Finished Gearing, ic
Axles, SpriBgs aad Thimble Skeins.
Carriages, Hacks Buggies
Stailebaeker Wagoa Depot.
BTBOX SEED. LEWIS S. REED
BYRON REED & CO. -
The Oldest Established
.Real Estate Agency
Keep a rouplcte Abstract ot Title to airjReal
Estite la Oia -ha and Douglas countr.
The Bee Job Printing House
EXECUTES AIX KIXDS OF
BOOK ASD JOB PRINTING
VERY BEST STYIiE-
ASD AT THE
' Lowest Cash Prices.
Ladies' Ready-Made Suits
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 Ladiest Suits witht Skirt and Polonaise, $ 4,00 $ 5,50
i a -
u u u
it it ti
Percale Wrappers, at
rhe Goods are all new, and bought from the manufacturer for Cash.
iEiiiT.isrTS. :R:e:m::n hstts.
Wo have also arranged on our center counters a lot of remnants, and goods slightly soiled, to be sold at ex
tiemely low prices.
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
'" sold lower thanany other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEAVER CL0AJONGS,
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINEN IX GREAT TARIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OH CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND HATS,
dsii, apeb ix,eca3st' thhiie cheapest
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertainins: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment ot FINE, MEDIUM -and LOW
PRICED gppds, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of evervonedesirine
anything in this line, to examine his stock before purchase
PARLOR:SETS, LOUNGES kc, UPHOLSTERED AND
ate, Ac, &c
S. K.ort.or KIT and FARNHAM.
Schneider & Burmester
m, COPPER AND SHEET IROB
WARE. DEALEBS IK
Cookiaff aad Heatiag SteTe.
Tin BooGng, Spouting and Guttering don
short notice and U t(te beat manner,
iltttn trcet aepU4 dl
City Meat Market.
Kwp contar-tl oa.hand
A I.ARQE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
Cor. 14tli and Tarnnam Sts.. Omaha. 2Tab.
FAT.T, STOOK, 1873.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FRANK J.RAMGE .
DRAPER & TAILOR
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS..
r'Hll Assortacnlor Imported Wooleas. All Werk Warranted.
232 rarnhnmSt. - . Omaha, ITab
iJTTIS'IE 18th, 1874!
FROM THIS DATE WE WILL SELL
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
Cor. 13th. and Harnay Straata,
OIMIAIHIA- - - - 35TBB.
238 Farnham St ZTaar 14th.
and Fornianimg G(oods
THAN THE CAPESt
C. F. HICKMAN.
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