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S OMAHA FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1874. I
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THE DAILY BEE.
EOWAtO) KOSEWATEB, Editor and Prop'r
OBet-S. 138 rnrmhmmt airccC fcetw.
Slath ud Tenth.
TEEMS OF STJHSCKIPTION:
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0IaHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
rcdureA Smith. J83 llarner stieet. M.
L 11th mod Vllh. aew.u
an ca inn PTrrrrfRE Fit ICES
. t BeluharU 1S6 Dou'las street, dealer In
J .window gli" and picture Irani . 'l"ing
done to order. -'"
B00T3 ACT 3H0ES.
Philip Lang, 155 Farnm at. U-lwjen 10th
i .i. ,.,... rt i.,ImiI dler in
- 14lh ami TVllff1ri .tTWtS.
nd.sandconIeUionerj. Country trade ao-
TVUnd & Elli'.t,coal, lime, cement liair .etc.,
jE JTlW Farnham st... JeiUm3
.T JU Bowler, druggist, corner 12 h and llar
elneyau PAWS BEOKEP.
ElgutteT, So. 200 Farnham t. Itl7ll
new uuuui wi'twi
- .. i w.. ..-! ThA whiiitr and
j ... (.11 11th si., lt.
inlBg will be done to order, firat class work
- , PAIHTESH.
Lehman A Beard. boue and algn PlnUi-.
JOth at, bet. F.rnham and Uaruey. 2JII
Ecmlum Soap Work. Powell A Co, atill
manufacture their Premium Soap. Fire
reaulunis awarded by the Uoujla county
-an State lain, and TotUwattamie county, la.
QOKen aolltiudtrom the trade.
-n. SI. FRAKCI3
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE CrcijUton Block, Omaha, Keb.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Atlaraejr and" Counselor at Lair.
me- :7nOE-Koom H o VteeJiw'i Bloat
OMAHA - NEB
JOHff W. LYTLE,
ri-Law art Solicitor la
geYIOfc-Ortt First StJeal Baak,
Attorney at Law.
BM1-2 TairiTEHTH 8T1EBT, OKAIA
MLB WIS . O'BaUEW.
A nvnYD VT17 VO S T. A W
T r rt JXX XV XVi-i lau ---
sii ? 1ITn """ Block, T)ouglai Streat,
OMAHA. - - - - SEBBA&1LA.
. JOHN C. CO WIN,
T. W. T. Iticlmrfls,
Attorney at Law,
OHre 510 13th St., bet. ParatutBt
mmI Seaglas, Onab. Set).
0. Box 80
Ballon & Glasgow,
Ofice a Cri(btoa' new block, aoutheaat cor
SAVAGE & MANUERSOft,
Attorneys at Law,
. if - MCJ-ARMHAM STBEAT.
amtuum ' trawDKms.
ATTOMEI AND COUNSELLOR AT
So. 250 Farnham Street
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S; SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney" at- Law
Boom 9, Visscber'a Block,
OMAHA, - . KEBR.
m. a. WAV.
mSO. S. rKITCBXTT
SPAUN &. PRITCHEH.
4 ' ' ? Lork U ino. Omaha. 1Tb.
G. W. AMBROSE.
JOUX R. KkXLEV.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Uw
OScaBocn"!, Crelr.lom Blek,l . nw. if.
riOLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PBOICPT-
J ly attended to. No charge nnlea cclleo
.t ions are made. Iloiuea to let nd" rents col-
ected. Eeal estate bought and Mid. apl7tl
W J, COlfNELL.
MrtvieC Afrtoney far Smm4 Ja4
" OF:cS-8outli aide ol Farnham, hetwws
h Ml Utk ftt., Ofposia OBMt M)M..
Whebe, ob. -where is that $1850
subscribed and paid by CouncU
Blufl& for pulling the bridge bill
Mayor Chase has been absent
twenty-four hours, -and the acting
Mayor has been practicing with the
GovEBjroB General Welch is
of the opinion that -we shall all
have glory before the battle is half
Governor (?) James M. Pat
tee, threatens to withdraw from
Johnson and Dudley's political Ku
Klux brigade, unless he is promo
ted to an office, and obtains the
privilege of a female assistant,
According to the St Axuis Dem
ocrat Canada Bill is to represent the
Omahosses at the bridge eelebra-'
tion on the coming Fourth. We
would suggest that he be permitted
to monopolize the time of St Louis
clergymen who are afflicted with
betting and horse racing proclivities.
According to the rules of Doc
tor Johnson's sham industrial pro
tectors, members are expected to
patronize each other. That rule has
been found to work admirably with
the vendors of spirltous consolation,
and now they are trying "to pull
Coroner Gisb through, by pledging
each member to patronize him,
when he shall want a commodious
An indiscriminate slaughter In
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ot our own make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Broker, at 29G Farnham street
Unredeemed Fledges for Sale.
9th street between Jones and Leavenworth sta ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met ot Ladies' and Genta' straw bats, trim
med and untrimmed. Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles. Nainsooks and all kinds of lry Goods,
Ladies' and Gents' Boi.U, etc My line o( lry
Goods is Complete. Selling only for CASH, I
am able to UNDERSELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our PRICESare LOWER than erer
heard clbeiore. myl4-3m-pl
Or OOA 1EK DAY. Agents want
S5 tO &JA) ed. All dases ot work
ing people ol either sax, young or old, .nake
more money at work for us in th'irspiie mo
ments or all the time, than at anything else.
Address 8T1NSON A CO., Portland, Maine
botSt! ENOCH HENNEY,
Justice of the Peace
Office orrr tJw gfate Bank, corner of Farn
ham and 18th streets. je
OFFICE, Ho. 282 FARNHAM ST.
Bet 13th fcHthStt., OSS ABA.
9-OIilest jradtcliie TVntlsts In the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
Bel. and 14th, up stairs.
Tetth extract! without pain, by use of Ci
trous Oxide Gas.
"Office opes atall hou eStf
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses his own medelnes, and besides
regular practice, makes specialities ot Derangi
menu and Disease Peculiar to Women, Fistu.
la. Piles and other Diseases of the Bectum.
Officii porner Farnham and 14th streets,
Brat door to the right, op sfolrr. Rrsidenc,
210 Dongiss street, between 13 and 13tb, next
to Lutheran Church, thnaba, Nrh. Address
Lnrk Ra 3 . jantldawf
VfUn.J. K. VAU PEHCfeC
Residence and offlce 330 Dqdge St be 14,th nnd
Special attenUon paid toqbtetrics and diar
peculiar to women BHi Cfluqren. Ju.
MACItTKB OF THE DEPARTED.
Ko- 498 10ti Et,, bstwien Farnham & Harnsy.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obUIn
or any one a Tjew of tue pit, nreseut anu fu
ture. No fees charged In cases of sickness,
JOHN HAD .11 KK,
171 Fars&asi , 8. B, 1lr. 11th St
OMAHA . NEB
33 JO 3W T. 33. O" O 3X 3B 0
- raCTPK or 4d pauua t-
LaB.re(lBi aa Wiaiew Shades,
CHK0M0S, EGRATI5(1S AND
27D Farnham street. cornej Fifteenth
SB Harney attest, between 14! h and 15th.
In all It Braachee. In the latest and -moat'
HOKE SHOEINft AD BLAClCSMITHLNG
id rtptixlag done on short notice.
E. F. COOK.
Hf 14A tt, WtwMa Oei(Ui aid Dei
aaaJaarer ol.Tls, Copner-andShaet Irop
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japasaed mad French War oa
hand. Tin Ronlnr Inttfri rntl Sc-nntlatTTi-l
JobWork m sd wrranUd, hJU
Bptaially Reported for the Oman Daily Bae,
br tta Atlantic Pcio OfligsilKc.
Tht Rbtdt ItlMd AsteMbly Ad
journ without Electing a
Meeting of the
San Francisco, June 25.
The following is the official vote
of-Oregon for the officers named.
Congressman, Ladow (Dem.) 9,642.
Williams (Rep.) 9,340. Davenport
(Iud.) 6,350. , -
Providence, June 25.
The general assembly has ad
journed to meet in January, with
out electing a tT..S. Senator. .
The final ballot to-day before ad
journment resulted: Burnside 42;
Dixon 26; Bristow 19; scattering 15.
"Washington, June 25,
The President to-day received a
dispatch from Don Pedro, Bio Jane
rio, congratulating his great and
good friend, the President, on the
completion of the new cable, which
puts Bib Janerio' id communication
with the United States through En
gland. The President replied with
the, expressed hppie that it might
prove a cloce link of friendship be
tween the two nations.
New Haven, June 25.
At the annual meeting of the
Y?le alumni yesterday, among the
distinguished men present;' was
Chief JusticerWaite, who announced
the names of the successful con
testants for prizes. Hon. E. P(erre
poni delivered the oration. In ihe
evening there was a grand recep
tion in the law school rooms,, pre
vious and after which several
classes "had reunions; The com
mencement exercises take place to
day, and the corner stone of tlio
hew chapel will be laid.
Montpeuer, Vt, June 25.
The Democratic State Conven
tion met to-day, Geo. L. Waterman,
p.e3iding. Hon. W. H. Bingham
was nominated for Governor;
Henry Chase, lieutenant governor;
O as Chamberlan, Secretary of State.
Resolutions were adopted renewing
devDclou to the Democratic party,
tad favoiing the repeal of the pro
h'citoiy law, and. the adoption of a
sStlngent license law.
Wa&uikqtox, June 25.
An execution ha ing been issued
in the case of a furniture dealer
against the District of Columbia, a
b. Jiffproceeded to the house of the
delegates Co-day and fnadP "a Jeyt
taking possession of the furniture
gnd eJjects qf tjie houstj. ThP ftRP
rrope.ty had previously been taken
f'oni the hall byretiijhg-members
ju a jcke, as they said, but which
thpy wpre srfonsjy required to-return,
?S'KW VoRK, June 25. -Aniong
(bo 4o:umeiitS' wlueh
Theodore Tilton in his long letterto
Rev. Dr. Leonard Bacon, on what
is commonly known as theBeecher
Tllton scandal, is the following,
under date of May 1st. 1874 :
JfonpyJSVpni JfcPcheV; 8r: lfi:
S. B. Carpenter nientious to me
your saying to hjip that under cer
tain conditions involving certain
disavowal by nie, a sum of money
would or oould be raised to send'tno
wjth "my family to Europe for a
term of years, tlje occasion compels
me to state explicitly tha so. Jong
as life and s$lf respeet continue to
exist together in my breast, J shall
be debarred from receiving, dlreotly
or iudlreotly, any presents or other
favor at your hands, you know so
well that I will spare you the state
ment of It Yours truly,
- - - Theodore Tilton,
Tilton followed this with reference
to what he delarps a faot, that al.
though he had received from the
clerk of Plymouth Church, on May
18th, a communication announcing
that Tilton's offers to appear for trial
had been read by Rev. Mr. Halli
day, assistant mate'- f Plymouth
Church, submitted to an examining
committee by whom it had beenre
jected. Mr. Halliday liad some for
ty days afterwards emphatically de
nied to several, newpaper- reporters
that suph ah oflfer had been receiv
ed, and' branded the whole storv
. as false from beginning to end. Rev.
sir. ijapon naving-Hi h)9 8PPC(i,
phaiaoterlzed Mr. j)eechar as", the
most magnanimous of men, and re
ferred to Tilton as a dog and knave,
leading the pubjip to infer that the
latter was in some way Jfcreature of
Beecher's. bounty, Tilton states he
called Beecher's attention to ibe"o(
fenslveness of tfeo statement) and
insisted on its correction by either
Tilton closes his letter to Dr.
Baoon as foJlowsj f the public
have heretofore, considered my
silencp as inexpji&hle, Jet my suf
fipient motive be now sepn in the
just forbearance which X felt moral
ly bound to Boyr to the man who
had sent me la written and absolute"
apology, but my duty to continue
this forbearance ceased when the
spirit of that apology was restated'
to my injury by its author or his
agents. These violations have been
nultjtu'lingus. and, tjipy threatento
multiply in future, forcing me tq
protect myself against the 'puripjng
devices "of th'ecierfc of (Up oUiiroU,
wno, aetlna tut ju--
" -...j.nev. annears to,
ue conducting this business against
ma is . a . it t were -, a case at
law. Had the proper spirit,
Which I had s right to expect
tv.in.Piymoith church; at least for
it paster's sake, been shown to
wards me, I would have continued'
to rest in sconce .on Mr. Beecher's
apology, and never during the re
mainder of my life would I have
permitted any. public word of mine
to allude to offense or .offenders.
But, the injurious measures which
ihe author of this apology has since
permitted his church to take against
ine without protest- on his part, in
volving gross injuries to me, which
have .been greatly aggravated by
your writings have put me before my
countrymen In the character of a
base and bad man, a character
which "I trust Is foreign to ray na
ture and life. Under the accumula-
ted weight of this odium, unjustly
bestowed, neither 'patience nor
charity can demand that I keep si
lent Mr. Roecher. -is. now on his
farm at Peekskill, and tc-day chil
dren," teachers and friends of Ply
mouth Sunday school gather to con
gratulate their pastor on the occur
rence of the'alxtytflret anniversary
of Ws birth day.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Arrival of of a Large Nunber
of Men on Converts, Mest-
The Boat Race at Peeksill
- comes off to-day.
Roughs on the Rampage.
New York, June 25.
Some 200 Mormon converts, for
most part Scandinavians, who arri
ved here by the steamer Nevada
yesterday, left to-day for Salt Lake.
xoronto, June 25.
A irpneral council of Indian dele
gates from all parts of the provinces'
of Ontario ana yueoec, commences
to-day in Sarnia. Sixty chiefs will
Martin Johnson was drowned yes
terday, while bathing, at Walker
villei New York, June 25.
The stables of the Knickerbocker
Ice Company, at Harlem, were de
stroyed by fire last" night, and the
loss is estimated at S115,000t con
sisting of buildings stock, hay, etc.
Five of the ice company's horses
burned. The fire also destroyed the
East river park building, loss $15,
000. Insurance unknown.
Peekskill, N. Y., June 25.
The boat race between Scharfl
andTeneyck was rowed this morn
ing. Scharff led and turned the
stakeboat first, but when just about
half a mile from the winningpoint
Teneyck passed SeharfTand won by
three lengths, in twenty-four min
utes and thirty seconds, Scharff's.
boat was half full of water. The
betting before the start was $25 to $9
Cincinnati, Juno 25.
A special dispatch to the Inquirer
from Lancaster, O., says that Geo.
Blackburn, an old penitentiary bird,
was arrested in Dresden yesterday
morning, and locked up. Ho in
duced the town marshal to enter his
cell, and drawing his revolver shot
him twice, killing him instantly.
Cincinnati, June 25.
A fire broke out this forenoon in
Pctstring's box factory. During
the fire alout 150 persons, lookers-on
of the lirp, standing oh Walnut
street' bridge, we'reprecjpitate'd into
the canal by the breakjnging of the
bridge. Although the water was
about sjx feet- deep jn tbp canal, no
body was drowned. The firp was
extinguished with but very' slight
JJev York, Junp 25,
A letter from London says tbp
bill of the First Bishop of C'antcr.
bury for better regulating 0f church
service is likely to lead to very se
rious consequences. The bill has
been prepared jt is rumored under
the dfrept Inspiration of the Queen,
and it is intended to check ritualis
tic practice now so prevalent. The
ritualists are furious about Hand
declare that immediate consequen
ces wJU be the the secession of a J
jurgu jiuiuuit tjuufe oi me ciergy.
men and laymen from established
church organization, wjth one or
two of ex-CoJonlcal Bishops at their
Lexixoton, lvj, June 25.
Alexander's sale of thoroughbreds
and trotting colts took place to-day
at his farm, a spring station. There
was a large attendance of buyers
fiom all parts of the country, prin
cipally from New York City. Col.
MoDanlel bought a full brother of
Harry Bassett, the finest animal
sold, at four thousand seven hun
dred dollars. There were fifty
thoroughbred yearlings sold at an
average of six hundred and twenty
eight dollars each. The. trotters
were sold for about four hundred
dollars each on an average, Tho
total sales amoupted to forty thou
sand dollars. There will be sales of
thoroughbreds every day this week.
Feekskili,, jUMe 3
The three mile boat race between
William Scharff and Jas, Tenecyke
did not come off to-day. The water
continued rough untilsundown and
the referees decided to postpone it
until 7:3Q to-morrow morning.
ScharfT accompanied by Josh and
Charley Ward went to SJng Sing to
spend the night.
About 2,000 persons assembled
here to witness tho raoe to-day.
Thousands of dollars are being wa
gered on the result, the odds being
100to5Q.ln favor of Scharff. Tho
backers of Teneyoke accepted all the
Both men are in prlmo condition.
It Is claimed that Teneyoke rowed
,QV0r the- course yesterday in 21
minutes and 30 seconds. Scharfl
has not yet rowed over the course,
and his friends are somewhat afraid
that he is not .acquainted with the
current, A police fo'rpp from New
York were hprp to-day and they had
a.U they pquld do tq keep tho roughs
from, fighting, '
Washington, June 25.
Hon. Eugene Hale, of Maine,
has accepted the portfolio of post
Reports received at the headquar
ters of" the army, from almost
every section of the Indian country,
show that large bodies of savages,
Mfell mounted and armed, and hav
ing a full supply of the most ap
"proved fixed ammunition, are
roaming at will over the western
plains, and every now and then
jnaking, a combined movement
upon tne least protected points,
stealing horses and cattle, and in
many cases carrying ofT the en
tire stock of settlements, leaving
farmers and herders almost help
less. Prominent army officers, and old
Indian .fighters, say that indica
tions are tending to serious trouble
in ihe Indian country. The tribes
on both north and-south of the Pa
cific river have come to a definite
understanding with each other, and
will act together In any movement
that maybe settled upon. It is not
barely possible that Gen. Cutar,"in
his expedition to the Black Hllis,:
will deter the Indians from any for-mldablejoutbreak,
Brooklyn, June 25.
Theodore Tilton has written a
long letter concerning the Beecher
scandal to Rev. Dr. Bacon, modera
tor of the recent Congregational
council, in which he repudiates cer
tain allegations made concerning
his own character by Bacon, and re
views the whole scandal from the
outset He says he received full
apology and request for forgiveness
from Beecher for having been the
cause of placing Tilton in a false
position in Plymouth church. ,He
(Tilton) again denies all charges of
having circulated slander against
Beecher. In view of recent. cir
cumstances, it is probable the whole
case will be re-opened foi further
New York, June 25..
The trial of police commissioners
Gardner and Charlick for election
frauds, was resumed to-day in the
court of Oyer and Terminer. The
defence intends to prove that- the
commissioners acted through a mis-,
apprehension of the statement, and
without intentional wrong.
The first battallion of Massach
setts light artillery arrived here'
from Boston to-dajr, and were re
viewed at the City Hall by the
mayor and Common Council.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Atlantic & Pacific
railroad, which was advertized to be
held at No. 38, Broad street,, has
been postponed to next month.
Washington, June 25.
Among the bills which go over
till the next session are the follow
ing : For the relief of owners and
purchasers of land sold for direct
taxes In the insurrectionary Suites;
amendfng the ninth section of the
act approved July 13, concerning
deposits in savings-banks ; to estab
lish and maintain a national savings
depository as a branch of the post
office ; to incorporate the Southern
Trans-Continental Railroad Co.;
to provide for the more efficient ad
ministration of the law relating to
public lands; granting to railroads
in the territories the right of way
through public lands of the United
States; to enable the Central Branch
of the Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany to sqbmit its claim against the
United States under exjsting laws to
the decision of the Suprpme (Jourt;
amendatory of the civil rights law;
to authorize the organization of Na
tional Banks without circulation;
to establish tho Territory of
Pembina, and provide a govsrn;
ment therefor; providing for postal
telegraph; providingfor the resum
tion of specie payments and for free
bankking; amendatory of the tariff"
and internal revenue laws this
bill failed in consequence of disa
greeing votes on tho amendments;
for the admission of New Mexico
and Colorado as States; regaling
the pre-emption and amendatory of
the homestead laws; to protect the
navigable waters of the U. S. from
injury and obstruction House bill;
for the reorganization of the, nrmy;
House bill for .ho. equalization of
bounties; the bill granting pensions
to all soldiers of tne warpf 11'( and
their -widows and children; for the
their -widows and children: for i
construction and repara of the. Al
sissippl river levees'; the-McCh
bU regulating pharges for ratyroad
transportation the, Qmaha 'bridge
bill; the' House" bill ""amendatory
of the steajnboat aw. 4'fte Senate,
bills for the abolition of comuulsoxv
.pilotage, awl to jnithiri j$ ftkusant-
..lauon. All land-grant bills,
and many hundred bills for the re
lief of individuals,
Although no "appproprlatlon lias
been made this session for the con
tinuance of the Civil Service Com
mission, it will not necessarily
cease immediately, as there is an
unexpended balance amounting to
about $10,000 still remaining in the
treasury from last year's appropria
tion, which may be drawn against
up to the first of July next.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, June 25.
Money Tasy at,2J3.per cent
Exchange Dull but firm at 4 88J
Gold Less buoyant than yester
day; declined to 1 HJnow 1 11.
Governments Dull; no impor
tant sales, 10 40s regulars 1131; cou
pons 118 j; currency 6s 115.
Stocks Quiet, prices lower,
except Erie which advanoed from
29J to 3J J; Lake Shore and W U are
York Produce Market.
New York, Juno 23.
Flour Shipping grades fairly ac
tive. Wheat Easy; No. 1 spring,
1 471 511; No 2 Chicago 1 421 43;
No 2 MilwauKee spring, 1 45l 40.
Corn Steady; Western mixed
Oats Quiet; Western mixed at
Bye Nominal; 1 10al 12.
Pork New mess, IS 0018 50.
Leather In good demand.
Iron More active.
Chicago Prouuce Market.
Chicago, June 25.
f Flour Quiet and firm; spring ex
tras, 5 506 25.
Wheat Irregular and lower; No
1, sold at 1 23l 23J; No 2 at 1 19
130i closed 1 19i for cash atl 18 J
119 seller June; at 1'181 182
m s. w--l. -l-.l -A 1J"
seuer for J uiy; cioscu -
Shelrtfl-. gales at 115; rejected
Corn--Fairly active, but weak and
lower; sales of high mixed at 60 j
61; No 2, 6060; closed at 60 for
cash or seller June; at C0 for seller
July; closed at 601 bd; rejected at
5"158. - , ,, x
" Oats Quiet and steady; held at
46 bid; rejected held at 43.
RyeSteady and firm, held at 85.
Bfirley-Held nominally atl 18
Pork Steady, firm; shade higher;
17 25 cash ; 17 3017 25 July ; 17 27
XI 50, August
Lard Firm at 10 8510 90.
Bulk Meats Steadier ; shoulders
Butter Dull; sales at 1522,
Eggs Easy. Held at 12121.
.Whisky Steady at 94.
On open Board wheat closed this
afternoon atl J8lil9sellerJuly;
at 1 12 bid for seller August Corn
sold at GOJ seller July; at 60 seller
St Unit Live Stock.
St. Louis, June 25.
HogsRecelpts 1,180. Market is
t Cattle Receipts 1,470. Market
r quiet 'Sales of 'medium to fair at
1 3 504 00; prime, to extra steers at
3 50Q5 00. k
The King of Bavaria summoned
to meet Prince Bismarck
It is denied that. the Queen of
England is to visit St. Pe
tersburg this Summer.
The French Government is doing
something to check the
Bonapartists in their
Rome, June 25.
Additional arrests are report ed,
growing out of the Papal demon
stration of Sunday last
Cardinal Antonelli has recovered
from his late attack of gout
London, June 25.
In the House of Commons, Mr.
Pleinsoll's bill requiring an official
survey of merchant ships before
sailing was rqjected by a vote of
173 nays to 170 yeas.
An authoritative denial is given
to the reports that the Queen of
England is to visit St. Petersburgh
London, June 25.
Disnatches from Mnrlri,! nv i,n
radicals are disposed to create con
sulate for a term of five years,
which they will confer upon Marshal
Serrano on condition that Servell
will appoint a coalition ministry
before the next elections. It is be
lieved, however, that the proposed
union of the radical and republican
parties will fail.
London, Jane 25.
A Times special from Berlin says
that the king of Bavaria has been
summoned to meet Bismarck at
Kissengen. The latter will remon
strate with him against the separa
tist tendency of the Bavarian poli
cy, and, if the king js obdurate, a
council of German sovereigns will
be convened to consider the matter,
probably with a view of obtaining
Berlin, June 25.
Ten Prussian Bishops are in at
tendance of the Roman Cntliolift
conference at Fujda,
The Sees of Cologne. Posen and
Vevys nre represented by deputy
Blshops, those persons being in pri
son. Professor G'uiset is about to pro
ceed to America for the purpose of
searching the archives of different
States of America for information
to aid him in preparing a history of
the constitution of the" U S: While
in Washington he will be a guest
of President G.ran.t;
London. June 25.
A dispatch to 'the Times says" that
it is asserted there that tip Iving of
Bayarja will b,p summoned to" Kis
spngpn to 'meet Prjncp BJs'niaroV-where'hbwillrciuyiiSW--'
aplB3t Vn - t.t --"hliim
w- ... separatist tendency of
bavarian policy, and if the King is
obdurate, a council of German roy
alties will be formed to consider the
matter, probably with a view of ob
taining the abdication of King Louis
and the enthronement of more sub
servient means. .
Pauls, June 25.
The new manifesto of Count do
Cbambord is expected to appear in
a few days.
The government is doing some
thing to check tho bold proceedings
of the Bonapartists. Several mem
bers of committees in the depart
ments have been arrested.
The newspapers Figaro, La
France and Le Solr have been sued
by the government for violation of
the press laws in printing Roche
fort's letter. The verdict was guilty
wlth extenuating circumstances,
and the proprietors were fined only
100 francs each
, London, June 25.
The relations between Turkey and
Persia are not of a friendly nature.
It appears that the Persian govern
ment has refused to compel to re
turn to Turkey a tribe numbering
two thousand families, which have
been subjects of the Porte, but es
caped across the Persian frontier,
and that of Turks have been seized
and maltreated by a band of Per
sian pilgrims. The turkish govern
ment threatens to force Persia to
give up the persons who have abused
its subjects. Unless a compromise
is speedily effected, the "relation of
these two countries will become
The Summer meeting at New
Castle, upon the Tyne, commenced
yesterday. The Northumberland
plate was run for to-day, and was
won by Silly Agnes, Louis second,
and Owton third. There were
twelve entries; betting was seven to
four against Silly Agnes, five to one
against Louis, and twenty to one
New York Live Stock.
New York, June 25,
Cattle Receipts, 4,500. Demand
urgent. The market is active and
firm, with full prices. Sales at 11
13 for native stej at 9111 for
a2on to good Tcxans.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts,
7,900. The market is firm. Sales of
fair to good sheep at 4J0.
Hogs Receipts, 13,000. Alive;
no market. Sales of dressed at
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 25.
Cattle Receipts 360O0; market ac
tive and strong for best; easy for in
ferior grades; prices are unchanged;
sales of extra to extra prime steers
at 6 30; stock steers and calves sold
Hogs Receipts 14,000; market
active and 5 to 10 cents higher; sales
of inferior to common at 5 255 65;
fair to good at 5 505 65; choice to
extra at 5 756 18.
Sheep Receipts, 700 ; market
quiet and weak; sales were made at
4 505 w.
St Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, June 25.
Flour Dull and'weak.
Wheat Dull and unchanged.
Corn Easier; No. 2 mixed in
Oats Higher, 491.
RyeQuiet at 80.
Whisky Steady, 96.
Pork Firmer 181al8.
Bulk Meats Firm,
Lard lOJalOi. ' " i
CLOsiitsra- otjt sale
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 Ladies Suits with.. Skirt and Polonaise. $4.00 & 5.50
t n tfc
5 " .
5 Percale "Wrappers, $,t
Ihe Goods are
iEivrAisrTs: iEicisi aistts.
We have also arranged on our center counters a lot of remnants, and goods slightly soiled, to be sold at ex
tiemely low prices. - '
n,ar5 Cor. 14th. and jTaxnliaTn Sts., Omaha, ITebs
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 than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANfS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELYET & BEATER CLOAKISGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
XiASIES' JTVT CECIZiSRZSIU'a
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE USES IN (JURAT VARIETY. A FULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING RUiiS km if its
OHABLB8 SfHVERIOK. . .,;
Fumitajre, bedding, Mirrors,
tnd everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTKRY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment o FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods, 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 purchas
ing. PARLOR:STS, LOUNGES &c, UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
&c, &c. &c.
S. K.l'OR.or KIT ndPARSIIAM.
a 11 m
Schneider & Burmester
UN, COPPER A'D SHEET IR0K
WAP.E. DEALEES IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing, SpouUng and Guttering Uon
short notice and Ic ihe best manner,
ltteen treet MPt24 dl
City Meat Markex.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
T EX Gr XI T .
Spring and Summer Styles,
Fine and Medium
all new,"ariilbought from the manufacturer for Cash.
T.T, STOOKI, 1873.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
203 En.x-xi.2xn.Txx Btroot. Omalxa.
DRAPER & TAILOR
AS1 DEALEn IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
rull Assortmcnlof Imported Woolens. All Work TVarrantctl.
23S FamhamSt, . - Oxnalia. Nob
otj 5eodlv ,
J-TXLSnE 18th, 1874!
FIM1M THIS PATE WE WILL SELL
At Greatly Seduced Prices !
Cor. 13t2i and Harney Streets;
03A.BCA.. - - - ICTfEJIB.
238 Farnnam St. Hear 14t3a.
and Furnishing Goodft,
.THAU TIKE OHIEUtllST
' T. r i-
C. F. HICKMAN.
l - jit.
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