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OMAHA. WEDNESDAY MORNING-. JUNE 24, 1874.
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THE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD KOSEWATKB, Editor and Prop'r
OniiT-Xo. 13S F-rnham a! rrtU 3etw.
Mnllmn-l.Tentli.
TEEMS Or SOaSCRIITION:
One f onr, one year. In advance J-
- . six lioDth-.. in advance -W
" three O'nths in ad ranee . iw
fti-If not paid in advance, tS per annum will
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FREDERICK,
LEADING HATTER !
Best Goods,
LOWESTPEICES
FarohamSt.
GranaPLVutr!l Hotel, f Oil A.11A.
OMAHA BUSINESS D&JF.CT0RY.
flRAriKTR MANDTACGBY.
TV43iir.t t-inllli, 1S5 Hjruev slterL bet.
IX llthaudl2lli. dtxlStf
QLAS3 A3J) PICrOEE Fii HiS
JKeinbart. 155 Iou,ln street, dealer in
.window glii auJiiiaurofraui-s, dazing
done to trder. tl
B0OT3 A17D SH0E3.
Philip Lang, 153 Farnham st, between 10th
. ii3u! :eU9ri
CONFECTIOSERT.
31" J.. Later, corner litli and I) ragba slreets.
"1. minufrt.turcr and wbl- le deiler iu
iand-fcaiidcuu.ei.tionery. Country trde -liceted.
1'1""
COAL D3ALEIS
1lann i IIi jt, coal, Huie, ceiaen tlialr .etc.,
131 Karuham st. MilsniS
DRUGGIST.".
J A It'rdcr.dtuist, corner 12th and llr
. neysta
PAWN BBOKEB.
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Elguttcr, No. 20J Farnham st. ItlTif
LAUNDRY.
Anewlanndrvoii-nedat 511 lltli St., lt
larnliaiu and Douglas, t he washing and
ironing will UidoDctorrder, firit ciass work
PAIKTEB3.
Lelmun A IVanl. liouc -ml sign p.tlntni,
10th sUlwt. Kimham and llaruey. aiMf
BOAP FA0T0BY.
Premium Sxaii Wori.. Towel' A d, s;ill
uiami aclure their l'.eiuiuiu Soap. 1 ire
Urt ).reiuiiinnawaideu by the Doula county
and Mate fairs, and I'ottawattauiie county, la.
Uruers so'.idtcdfrom the trade.
AlTOEHEYi
E. ESTAltllOJK.
. M. FKASCIS
ESTABR00K& FRANCIS
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Cirijlitoii Ulock, Omaha, Jfeb.
ucli21tl
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Attorney an 1" ;Coiinsi'lir at Law.
I OFPICE-Eoon. No Lacler's Block,
OSfAHA - - - NEB.
Ji)IIN WriYTLE,
Uorney.at-lw and Solicitor In
Kindly.
OFFIOb-Over First Hatloaal Bant,
mal-tf
FAKKE GODWIN,
Attorney at Lawi
(Cainiiucll'J MUrk.)
5091-2 THIRTEENTH STBEET. OMAHA
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. B--DWIS - O-BBIKt.
BALDUIS & O'BRIEN-,
ATTORNEYS LAW
Office Caldwell Block, Douglas Street,
OMA1IA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
fei-.tl
, JOHN C. CO WIN,
L.-ttozrx-.03-. Solicitor
AXD COUNSELOR.
OFFICE CKEIGHTOX'S BLOCK,
OMAHA, KEBUASKA.
rosrKli
T. W. T. Kicliards,
Attorney at Law,
OIHccjIO i:Jth St., bet. Farnham
and Douglas, Omaha, Neb.
P 0. Box 80 "SHU
O. II. BALU)
EI. K..GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow,
ATTORNEYSATLAW.
Office nCrelgliton'sncwWocV.southeut cor
room, flour.
0MA1I.U - EB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOh.
Attorneys at Law,
3 FABSHASI STBEAT.
jAVstT.s-'An, I Omaha, Nebraska
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATT0UXEI AXD COUNSELLOR AT
LAW,
No. 2C0 Farnhain Street
OMAHA - NEB.
mrbSOtt
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Xaw
Boom 3, Visschcr's Block,
OMAHA, - - IEBR.
J. LSr-ATO.
-o. .rrrcHKTl
SPAUN it PRITCHETT.
Attorneys ind Counselors at Law.
Orac. 506 Twelfth Street.
.i.i-.. i-nrk ra- ana. omahaiKeK
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G. W. AMBROSE,'
bttoruoy - A.t - Xv cv
KEDICK'S 0PER.I HOUSE
OMAHA I'EB.
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K3K'i
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
-vOffice Rooa2,Cr8iriU) Block, ,m nVV.
Cor.l5iadlJoBgI BU. ) OMAHA.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AKOrROMPT
ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. Houses to let and recta ej
ected. Real estate hou ct ad sojd. apl.ti
Ootuuollor j t..---.
wt-T- -.. A12
ici-1 DirfrFrt
FIVa:?01 id0 oI fraUani, between
t UUl ,u-i oppoiiu Con flouM.
Doctor Johnson's industrial
machine is an eminently social
affair. Every officer is entitled to
a female assistant.
Our cable advices announce that
the Porte has prohibited the circula
tion of the Bible in Turkey. That
won't prevent its circulation in
plain calf or sheepskin.
Paper rags will soon be on the
decline. Rag dealers can hereafter
supply the new Congressional Re
cord to the mills by paying one cent
postage per pound.
Owino to the discovery that ele
phants are dying out we anticipate
a great rush for the circus from our
intelligent young men.
They say Forney has reconciled
with Cameron, and Sehurz is about
to make up with President Grant.
The lamb and the lion will soon lie
down together.
Governor Pattee says the
reason why he joined the sous of
tKilitieal toil is because they are
pledged to patronize home industry.
The Governor has a few tickets left
from the last drawing.
The best evidence that Roehefort
is neither selfish nor avaricious is
the fact that both iu America and
England he refused to accept public
banquets and receptions; but, on
the contrary, devoted the proceeds
of his lectures to the relief of the
political exiles in New Caledonia.
Rule seven of Dr. Johnson's co
ojwratsve, political machine reads
as follows: "Sociability between
members at all proper (?) times is
recommended, and virtue, morality
and integrity of purpose are highly
enjoined." That's probably why
so many jolly and virtuous young
bucks have cast their lots with the
oppressed "Sons of Toil."
An indiscriminate daughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our own make at
SiOO and $2.50 each.
Railroad Tn':cts
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Broker, at 29G Farnham street.
Unredeemed Tlcdgcs for Sale.
may ly2G
Hamlet Orum,
9th stnvt between Jones and Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COJIHLETE ASSORT
met of Ladle.' and Gents' fctraw liats, trim
med an.l tintrlmmtd, l-rasols. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsook and all kinds of lJry Goods,
ladies' and Gents," Bo.-ts.ete. My line of Dry
Goods is Complete. Silling only tor CASH, I
am able to UNDHtSELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our FRICEsare LOWER than ever
heard ci lieiore. myl44tm-i,l
ENOCH HENNEY,
Justice of the Peace
Office over tho State Bjnk, corner of Farn
uam and 13th streets. W
DENTISTRY.
(S'
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- ve stajes,
BL 13th 14th Sts., OMAHA
-(Me-t iraHlrliilntKb! hi the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
DE1TTIST,
234 rarul-itxa St..
Bit. and Uth, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without inin, by use of Ni
trous Oaide Gas.
"Office open -tail hou eStf
Surclool Aooiub.
LVANCAMTM.D.
Dispense, his own modcinfw. and besldii
regular practice, inakes sperla)itlM bf Derangt
menu and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
OrriCE s C-truer Farnham and ltth streets,
first door to the right, up stairs. Residence,
210 Douglas street, betopnJ2 and JJth.next
to Lutheran Cbutch, Omaha, Neb. Addreaa
Lock Hoi 3 A. Juntld-wtf
MRS. J. K. VASOKRCOOK
Eelectio Physioian?
Besldeace and office 250 Dodge st bet ltth and
IStb sts.
Special attentioa paid to'qbitetrlci and dis
eases (ecutiar U Town and children. f9tf.
-MA-' rictCilir 6 AXD DXAL-S l-
Lambn quins and Window Shades,
ClIROMOS, EN(JRAYIN(.S AND
I PICT USE FRAMES.
MO Farubsm street, rorper Fifteenth
f
EDWARD -CTJEILL,
MACISltSR OF TUB DEPAHTED,
Ko- 498 lOt- St, between Faraiam k Birnsy.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obUln
or any one a view oi tin- past, present and fu
ture, Nq fees charged in case of sickness,
apSif
100,000 JLCRES!
BICH FAEHI5Q LAHD 15 HEBBAgZAS
500 Hanscom Place Lots!
HOUSES AND LOTS In the city of Omaha,
for sale cbeaD and on rood terms.
BOaOS HII.I.
Beal estate broker3,ofSos over Maciey's store,
ou Dodgs sL opposite new postoffice- ap30m2
JOHUT 3E.X1.C.
2SS Harney street, between 11th and l$Ul.
Can-Use and Wage. JUklmg
UOBSE SHOETNO AND BLACKSJHTHLNU
and renalxintf j. so aort natii
was it
PIVsr4BBa4!v yN
VERT LATEST.
MIDNIGHT.
Bpedally Keported for tie Omiia Bally Bee,
br tte AtUatio Pcio TeleriP lu
Conpr essiena 1.
SENATE.
WAsniNOTON, June 23.
The Senate met at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Morrill, Me.,submitted a reso
lution authorizing the committee ou
appropriations of each house of Con
gress to sit at the Capitol during the
recess, to inquire as to what reform
can be made in the several branch
es of civil service, and reduce the
apportionment therefor. Agreed to.
A message was read from the
House, announcing the non-concurrences
of that hotly in the report of
the conference committee ou the
tariff bill.
Mr. Sherman said it was manifest
that Congress could not agree upon
the disputed points of the bill at this
stage of the session. He therefore
moved it be postponed till next De
cember, which was agreed to.
Mr. Hamlin called up the resolu
tion reported from the committee
on foreign nilaire, recommending
arbitration as a just and practicable
method of Uie settlement of the in
ternational difficulties.
Mr. Anthony moved that the
committee on printing have leave
to sit during the recess of Congress.
A greet! to.
The Senate proceeded to consid
eration of House bills on calendar
with the understanding that any
that were objected to should be laid
over. A number were passed.
Mr. Morrill, of Maine, made a
report from conference committee
o civil resolution bill: agreed to.
Objection was made to a bill to form
a constitution andStatcgovernmenr,
and for admission of Colorado into
the Union on equal footing with
other States. It was laid aside, as
also the bill for admission of New
Mexico.
Mr. Frelinghuysen moved to take
up the bill in relation to courts and
judicial officers in the territory of
Utah.
A long discussion ensued over the
Utah bill. Mr. Logan spoke of the
toleration in one end of this Capitol
of a polygamist, who occupied a
beat as a Congressman. The chair
having called him to order, saying
such reference to the other house
was improper, he withdraw his re
mark. On motion of Mr. Freling
huysen the bill was taken up, and
on motion of Mr. Raymond it was
laid aside.
The i.ost route bill wa4. then passed
on the third reading.
Tho consideration of the Utah
bill was then resumed. After being
slightly amended and with the
recommendation of the committee
to strike out the 7th section, the bill
was then passed.
The Senate at 1:20 went Into ex
ecutive session.
The doors were opened at 2 p. m.,
and the bill providing for the sale of
the Kansas Ipdian lauds paased.
At 2:15 tho Senate again went in
to executive session. The doors
were opened and the Senate took
recess till 5;1A.
The chair appointed Mr. Ed
munds, Anthony and Bayard,mem
bers of a conwuitteo on the part of
the Senate, to wait on the President
and ask if hp had any further com
munications before tbo final ad
journment of Oongres-,
The Senate then at q:20 p. j.
went Jnto executive session until
5:30.
A number of minor bills was
passed.
The Senate at 5:45 held another
executive session.
On opening the doors, Mr. Ed
inunds, from the committee to wait
on tUp presjdjnt, reported, that thp
President bacj no further communi
cations. At G o'clock Mr. Bayard offered a
resolution tendering the thanks of
the penrp to Mr, Qarpente'r for thp
courtesy and abiljty with, whip) Ije
presided over the deliberations of
the Senate.
Mr. Carpenter made a suitable re
ply and ill conclusion formally pro
rogued tlis spssfon, qrtil" Congress
was declared adjourned.
HOUSE.
The house met at 10 with hardly
one-fourth of the members present.
Various hlls on tjo fjppakpr's tyblp
were taken up and referred,
Mr. Sawyer, from the conference
committee on the river and harbor
bill, niatlp a reportj lipstatetj inani
swer to Inquiries that tho bill was
reduced 'a quarter of ft million from
the sum that can)e from the Senate,
but was' a ljalf a TllUlion morp 'ttan
wjien It loft tbo House, It appro
priates half a million less than last
.ear. Tho report was agreed to.
Mr. Tyner, front Uie conference
committee on the postoffice impro
priation bill, made a report ; he said
thp reportprovided that prepayment
of x3tage on npwspappfs should
eomnienpp January sf, J87q',' nd
tMftt rlJe rata of postage fer uewsua-
re 1,011111 b-lwri".- - ,
-..-is per pound
on ail weekly and daily newspapers,
and three cents per pound on all
publications less frequent than
weekly.
Mr. Roberts complained that the
House was obliged to yield its judg
ment to the Senate.
Mr," Tyner eid tho Senate had
engrafted on tho bill an amount of
legislation that ought never to be
ibroed through two Houses without
thorough examination and the full
est deliberation. The House pro
vision on straw bids has been ma
terially altered by the Senate.
Mr. Eldridge woudered what mys
terious power balked the wishes of
Congress, in the matter of straw
bids. He would rather have Con
gress set till September, than for
the House to be balked in its effbrts
to suppresB the crying evil. Mr.
Luttrell hoped U would be referred
baefc to a committee of conference,
and the House sit till tills combina
tion against the government be
broken up. Mr. Hawley approved
the report on the ground that it
would diminish the revenue, forcing
publishers to make arrangements
with express companies. The fur
ther consideration of the report was
Interrupted hy tho elose of Monday,
And tho opening of Tuesday's ses
sion. Mr. Garfield, from tho confer
ence committee on civil sundry ap
propriation bills, made a report.
He stated in answer to a question by
Mr. Butler, that the confreres on
bo.tb -idea, had agreed to drop the
civil service matter.
The unexpended balance of the
$10,000 came under the law cover
ing into the treasury, the unexpen
ded balances; this was not, how
ever, one of acceptance to the law.
The conference report was agreed
to, and the consideration of the con
ference report on the postoffice ap
propriation bill, was resumed.
Mr. Marshall, (111.) one of the
confreres, advocated the report as a
compromise measure.
After further dicussion the con
ference report was adopted.
Mr. Randall suggested that as en
richment bills passed, they would
occupy bo much time that further
legislation was unnecessary, and
the House took a recess till 2:30.
The House bill extending the time
of completing the entry on the
Osage Indian lands in Kansas were
passed.
Mr. Averill from the committee
on Indian affairs, made a report
completely vindicating the Govern
ment officers.
Mr. Garfield, chairman of the
committee on appropriations, enum
erated up the work of the session
in the matter of public appropria
tions. At the close of Mr. Garfield's re
marks the House again proceeded
to the business on the speaker's ta
ble. The Senate bill authorizing tho
appropriation committee of both
Houses to meet during the recess of
Congress and investigate the meth
od of reform for the civil branches
of service; passed.
The Senate bill to re-organize the
several staff corps of the army was
passed.
The Senate amendments to the
House bill in relation to eourt and
judicial officers of Utah were con
curred An 2:45 the House recessed till
3:15.
After recess the concurrent reso
lution was agreed to, extending the
session till 6 o'clock, to allow the
enrollment and signing of bills.
The House then took another re
cess untill five o'clock.
After recess the speaker announ
ced Messrs. E. It. Hoar and Mitch
ell the committee to fraraejinew
government for the District fof Co
lumbia. Mr. Maynard, from the commit
tee to wait on the President, an
nounced that the President had no
further communication to make to
Congress ; that he tendered his con
gratulations and gave the committee
a parting salutation. (Laughter.)
The last legislative act performed
was a bill relieving James L. Pugh,
of Alabama, from political disabili
ties. A friendly leave taking commenc
ed, and as the hands on the clock
dial indicated 0 o'clock the Speaker,
wishing all the members a safe and
happy return to their homes and
families, then pronounced the first
session of the Forty-third Congress
adjourned sine die.
Washington, June 23.
Just befoie midnight the two
Houses concurred iu the resolution
fixing the hour of adjournment at
four o'clock this afternoon. This
hour was fixed iu order that more
time might be given to examine in
telligently lite various bills now be
fore the conference committees es
pecially thp three appropriation bills
wlijoh were agreed upon. These are
sundry civil, the postoffice, and river
and harbor bills. All these com
mittees are hard at work, but it
seems impossible to give the numer
ous propositions sufiicieut examina
tion to decide intelligently what
actjon ought to be taken in eaph
cae. Tho House will meet at ten
o'clock this morning, when all pon
ference reports w ill be ready, and.
there will be six hours, durjng
which there uqn bp sop)e deliberat
Won.
It has been shown that trausne?
tions jn tho Indian affairs have not,
as reix)rted, been done in bail faith,
but honesty qf piirpqsp imd good
faith to thp Government," arid thp
services performed, which were
claimed to be irregular, appear to be
justifiable under peculiar circum
stances of this case, and almost un
avoidable in a service of this char
acter and magnitude. Complaints
made of tlie joss of Gjoypromeni
property, of nu over issue of Gov?
eminent rations and of charge of
contracts for supplies and transpor
tation, has been satisfactorily ext
plained ami the report aoptd and
oomiulttpe "discfiarged. ' '
The conference committee on the
postoffico appropriation bill havp
agreed that the rate '.of postage" on
newspapers be two 'cents a pound,
and on the Congressional Itecorl
ono cent p'pr popy,
In tho Jfousp tho amendment to
civil appropriation bill, appropria
ting $10,000 for collecting informa
tion respecting the fur tradein AIrsi
ka. was conpurrpf Jn,
An uflbrt to "appropriate $7,000 to
re-lmburse General Howard for ex
penses in defending himself before
the court of inquiry, was defeated.
Mr. Deck, of Kentucky, intimated
thftt Jf this ampndment was adopted
there should he another, appropria
ting $40,000 to re-jmburse Andrew
Johnson for expenses Incurred in
his impcapnmeut trial.
KARKITS 3Y TELEGRAPH.
Hew York Honey Market,
New V-
. ...n, June 23.
Money Easy at 23 jer cent.
Exchange Dull but firm at 4 881
4 91.
Gold Less buoyant than yester
day; dropped from 1 20 at opening
1 11; now 1 11 J.
Governments Strong; the chief
business if in coupons; 5's new, 1 20J;
registered C's of 1881, 1 17J; coupon
G's, 12.
Stocks Active; ad vanced Jlc
on leading shares and a buoyant
feeling controls speculation ; Pacific
Mail, 44; Erie, 32j.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 23.
Flour Drooping.
"Wheat Dull; No 2 Chicago nom
inal at 1 00.
Corn Finn; Ao 2 mixed. COaGOi
for July.
Oats Higher; Xo2, 4Ca47i.
Rye Dull.
"Whisky Steady, 90.
Provisions Nothing doing.
ltrd 10jal0.
Bacon 5a5J-
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 23.
Cattle Receipts 4C00; market ac
tive, firm and strong, and tending
higher for best grades, steady for
others, fair to choice steers 5 20a
6 25; extra steers 6 lOaO 25; one lot
of extra fine, average about 1,800
pounds, sold at 7, highest price paid
for months.
Hogs Receipts 2,200; active,
steady, closed rather quiet, sales
at5a5 50; fair to medium 5 40a
5 50; good to choice 5 GOao 95.
Sheen Receipts 800: fteadv and
RBIM nf lnn (
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TELEGRAPHIC.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
X ew York, June 23. .
At a meeting of the Erie railroad
directors to-day, a resolution was
passed authorizing the company to
take legal action against conspira
tors against its interests, whether
here or in Europe.
Washington", June 23.
In the House to-day Mr. Beck
made a vigorous speech against the
defeated tariff bill, declaring that
the measure was in the interests of
the protectionists.
Pbovidexce, Juno 23.
The first ballot taken for U.
S. Senator to-day resulted as follows:
Bumside 51, Dixon 20, Barstow 10,
Brown 10, Sheffield 0, Jenckes 4,
Berry 2, Laubach 9; the convention
then adjourned for to-day.
Cincinnati, Juno 23.
A special dispatch to the Enquirer
from Parkersburg, W. Va., says a
a bloody ligttook place fifteen miles
from that place on the Short-Line
railroad between Thoudson Ward's
and McLaughlin's sections. The
row originated Saturday at a dance
and on Sunday morning McLough
lin's men attacked Ward's men.
Three negroes were killed and. sev
eral wounded. The contractore
both white men are said to have
taken active part in the affair.
New York, June 23.
The Seventh regiment's memori
al statue, erected in Central Park,
in memory of those who fell iu de
fence of the Union in 1801 and 1SC5,
was formally unveiled yesterday,
with imposing ceremonies.
Tho race at Fleetwood Park, for
$2,000, between Brown George and
Sorrel Jack, was won by the former
in three straight heats; time, 2:40;
2:40; 2:42.
New York, J line 23.
The second day of the meeting at
Fleetwood Park was largely at
tended, anil the interest was greatly
increased by an additional match
race for $2,000, besides the races an
nounced. The first race was for a
purse of $o00 for horses never beaten
in 2:29, and was won by Tanner
Boy ; time, 2:31, 2:32, 2:28. The
next race, for a purse or $400, for
horses never beaten in 2:34, was won
by Carrie; time, 2:34, 2:33, 2:33.
Betting in the pool rooms to-night
on the race to-morrow between
Judge Fullerton and Goldsmith
Maid is $100 to $00 jn favor of the
Maid.
Salt Lake, June 23.
News from the Interior of Utah
show that the earthquake of the
11th was quite severe throughout
the territory, and at some points
unprecedented. At Knmas Sum
mit tho shock continued a whole
minute, creating much alarm; broke
doors from their, fastenings, tirew
lersons out of bed, apd. damaged
buildings.
Reports from St. George, southern
boundary of the territory, state that
the Navajoes Indians are threaten
ing the settlements.
Orders received to-day transfer
General morrow, who has been for
over luree years commander of
( 'amp Dpuglas, to Fort Steele. Thp
Gpntjles and liberal 'Mormons de
plore this action of the government
at thjs time.
New York, June 23.
It is stated that Hugh J. Jewett,
of the Pan Handle Railroad, is to
havp the presidency of tlie Erie.
Thpro wjjl he a nujuljgr of changes
in tho directory, but these will not
be positively known until the an
nual meeting in July. It is reported,
however, that W. B. Duncan and
S. D. Babcock will retire and be sup
ceeded by Marshall Q. Roberta and
Thongs A, Spott. ' President Wut
so'u gops ti) Switzerland.
The main topic on Wall street
yesterday was the signing of the fi
nance bill by thp president. It
caused grpfit buoynacy, and stocks
advanced three-fourths per cent, on
gold and from one to fiye per epiU.
on speculative list. Tho passage of
tlie tariff bill, without tho clause
taxing the sales of stocks and gold,
added to thp buoyancy, and. tlie
downward tendency of thp past
week gavo place to a sanguine up
ward movement. Later in the af
ternoon therp was a slight reactjpp,
Cleveland, O., June 23.
The city presents a very hand
some appearance. Superior, Bank,
and Watpr streets are literally cov
ered with flags and mottoes of wel
come. Tho following societies ar
rived yesterday and this morning;
Leiderkranse, of Columbus Ohio;
Maennerchohr, of Columbus Ohio;
Sangerbund, of Jefferson ville, Indi
ana; Concordia Society, of
lifayette, Indiana, Bethovcn,
Gesangverp, of Wheeling, West
Virginia; the Entracbt, of Chill,
potlip, Ohio; the Lieden.tafd, of
i-twrenceuliriTi inu.:
gUihiHv , iinerchor,
, onto ; Liederkrauz, Louis
ville, Ivy.; Mannerchor, Bochester,
N. Y.; Mannerchor, New Albany,
Ind.; Mannerchor, Worcester.Ohio;
Georgian and Orpheus, of Chicago ;
Orpheus, of Detroit ; and Orpheus,
of Dayton, Ohio
Arrangements are completed for
the grand procession, composed of
four divisions, which will move at
2 i jr. The oiwuing concert and
official reception takes places this
evening.
Washington, June 23.
In the Senate, Mr. Morrill, of
Maine, made a motion that the
commiitee on appropriations of both
houses be authorized to set at the
Capitol during recess, to enquire as
to what reforms can be made in tho
several branches of the civil servico
and what appropriations can be re
duced. At tlie request of House the new
conference committe on the tariff
bill was laid before the Senate.
Mr. Sherman said that at this stage
of Uie session the two houses could
not reconcile this disagreement on
this bill. He moved to postpone its
further consideration till December.
Agreed to.
The House re-assemblcd at 10 a.
jr., in continuation of yesterday's
session.
Mr. Session", of New York, from
the Conference Committee on the
bill regulating gas works, submitted
a report which was concurred in.
Mr. Sawyer, of Wisconsin, from
the Conference Committee, reported
upon the river and harbor appropri
ation bill, and said that as it now
stood it appropriated $500,000 less
than last year, and $700,000 less
than when it left the House, but
$200,000 of this amount was for surveys.
CABLEGRAMS.
ItoME, June 23.
Father Denby yesterday, on be
half of the American Pilgrims as
sembled, presented to the Pope a
gift of money from the New York
Catholics Union.
Paris, June 23.
Members of the committee of
thirty have completed their report
on bills of M. Perieri and M. Croix,
and the final sitting will be held on
Wednesday.
Berlin, June 23.
The conference of Roman Catho
lic Bishops opened at Fulda yester
day, and will end on the 2Cth. The
Prussian government has appointed
an official administration of the
Diocese of Posen and Gresen.
Paris. June 23
The political crisis is likely to 1
terminate shortly by President Mc- (
.Maiioit oueriug tlie assembly the
option of dissolution or accepting
his resignation. The result will
probably lead to a dissolution.
The British ambassadorship has
been offered to Drouyden IX L.
Hays.
London, June 23. ;
Henri Roehefoit, the Communist,
was waited upon to-day by a com
mittee, delegated by Communists in
this city, and tendered a public re
ception and banquet. Roehefort de
clined the reception, and in refusing,
asked that the money projHised to
be expended in that way, lie devoted
to the French lofugees in New Cale
donia. Roehefort will leave here
shortly for Geneva, where he will
reside permanently.
Havana, June 23.
Captain General Concha reviewed
the volunteers of Matanzas yester
day. The orders ot the Captain
General to consider the best and
speediest means of founding a Span
ish bank bill passed on account of
the treasury, with proceeds of the
ten per cent, tax to be received April
1st, on profits of landed property.
He filially agreed to pay a similar
tax toward municipal contributions
in forming the difference, and that
if ten per cent, was not enough that
he would willingly pay fifteen,
twenty or thirty per cent, orall that
was necessary.
I,ondon, June 23.
Jn the House of Commons Mr.
Richard Smythe, member from
Londondeny, gave notice that he
should move an amendment to Dr.
Butt's home rule resolve. To effect
that, in the opinion of the Hou-c,
it would be prejudicial to defend the
prosperity of Ireland to make any
changes in the valid resolution of
two counties. The House of Com
mons last evening passed the Lis-
cuney bill by a vote of 0IS yeas to
39 yeas.
Mr. liourkc, under foreign Secre
tary, in replying to an inquiry from
Mr. Sanford, said the question of
recognizing tlie present government
of Spain engaged the most serious
attention of Her Mttjesty'sMinisters.
They were ever willing to give
moral support to a constitutional
government which was endeavoring
to maintain order against revolu
tion, but it was desirable to wait
until the reorganization of the Span
ish governipeu't had an appearance
of greater stability.
Tho Commissioners of the Agri
cultural Union of Lexington have
adopted the resolution committed by
INJr. Dabenery,Caiuulian Ipiigration
Agent, declaring that in view of the
improbability of the settlement of
the argument put between the farm
laborers and their employes, vigor
ous measures wprp expedient, thoro
forp that Mr. Jof-cub Arch be
elected to ts&e a party or hands to
Canada, and that the Union pro
vide free passage thither for all lock
out laborers, and for that purpose
makp tpeelal appoal to tlie supply
funds. The sum of $5,000 was then
voted by the Union to buy passages
for emigrants.
A Paris dispatch to the daily
News says that It is understood that
a committee of thirty will report,
commending that M. Pericri's bill
be tabled, and that &t, Croix, be
adopted, The Legitimists will very
likely oppose tlie latter, and tho
Left Centre will move that the for
mer be carried to a new committee.
A great debate Is expected in the
Assembly when report of the com
mittee is presented.
The Brazilian cable has been suc
cessfully layed, and London is now
In telegraphic communication with
Brazil. The following dispatch was
received to-day from tho officers or
the cable company; "Pcrembece,
June 22. The cable Is in perfect
order, and will bo open to the public
for business to-morrow.
The Cologne Gazette mentions a
rumor that tlie conference of Roman
Catholic Bishops of Prussia, which
meets to-day, at Fulda, will en
deavor to compromise with the
Prussian government.
The Porte prohibits the clrcula- I
tiop of copies of tho Bibl- '- " .
key.
.a Tur-
New York Produce Market
New York, June 23.
Prcadstuirs Firm.
Flour. Firm; superfine Stale and
"Western 5 00a.") GO ; extra lOaC GO ;
Wheat Steady ; Xo. 1 spring,
1 491 51; Xo2 Chicago, 1 431 44;
Xo 2 Milwaukee ."pnnfr, 1 471 48.
Corn Cent letter; Western mix
ed afloat 81S2A.
Oats Half cent better; Western
mixed G2G3.
Itye Nominal; 1 OSal 19.
Provisions Nominal, but shade
better.
Fork New me., 17 75 IS 00.
Lard lljallg.
Xieather In good demand.
Iron More active.
Wool Firmer.
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
CmcACio, June 23.
Flour Firm ; pood demand at
full prices ; good choice extras, 5 25
5 40 ; low to medium 5 00525
bujerfine4 00a4 50.
Wheat Choice, 1 22; July, 1 21
August 1 14.
Corn Easy; Jul-, Gli,61 ; Aug
ust GljGl 4.
Oat Steady; cash, 40; July,
42r; August, 34.
Itye So.
Highwines 9494.
Pork Dull ; cash,. 17 30 ; July,
17 25 ; August, 17 45.
Lard Quiet; July and August,
1125.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, June 23.
Hogs Receipts 4,500; firm high
er, light 4 755 10.
Cattle Receipts 9,400; steady;
medium to fair qutchcrs' 3 50,
prime to extra steera 5 OOQG. 50,
Ladies' Ready-Made Suits
AT CRUICKSHANK'S
To make more room for our stock of specialties, vi
EMBROIDERIES AND BLACK ALPACAS.
We have concluded to eloe out our
15 Ladies Suits with Skirt and Polonaise, $ 4,00 $ 5,50
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The Goods are all new, and bought from the manufacturer fo Cash.
Ee,BM:isrjL3TTS. :r:e:m::i atts.
We have also arranged on our center counters a lot of remnants, and goods slightly soiled, to be sold at ex
tiemely low prices.
A. CHUICKSIIANK,
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R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
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 & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEATER CL0AKESGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
iai:s sr o:cix:Ei.:ir's
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIXEX IN HRKAT YAUIE1T. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUGS, AND MATS
0-E3:!-A-P-E3--Ri DLJLIST T-EJIE CHEAPEST
CSIJL-EeXiES S-EECI'V-B.EIO:.
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors.
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and TTP
HOLSTER Y trade; has largely increased his stock and now
feas a complete assortment oi FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
? ISIS g0?ds' hlQ heUs offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desirine
anything in this line, to examine hi stock before purchas-
PARLOR.SETS, LOUN&ES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
CHAS. S2XV-3RXC-S-
S03 Fn-r-a.-a.n.Y--. Stroot. Oxaalia.
G. STRIFFLER,
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CHOCS R I E s,
Proi N'oih,
Fruiis
Slit,
Confectioner j,
Tob-Tv.,
Segurs,
&c, &c, &c.
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a nor
Schneider & Burm ester
Manufacturers oi
HX, COPPER AND SHEET IR0S
WARE. DEALEKS IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Hoofing, Spouting nJ Guttering den
short notice and ic (lie best manner,
litetn treat scpt24 ill
City Meat Market.
3JEa-T E-LOS.
Khp cnuatanlly'on.hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Poi
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POULTRY,
GAME
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Spring and Summer Styles,
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Fine and Medium
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FALL STOCK, 1873.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FRANK J. RAMGE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ANb nEALCKIN-
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
r'uUAssorliiicntofliiipoitctl Woolens. All Work Warranted.
232 Farnl.a.St,
3l SooIlT
CTUITE3 18th, 187-.LI
FROM THIS DATE WE WILL SELL
MILLINERY!
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
MRS.
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X)Isr. -EXTEbSJ,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th. and Harnoy Stroots,
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CLO T H I E R,
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