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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
OMAHA THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 1874.
VOL. IV. '
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EDWAKD liOSiWATEB, Editor and Prop'x
Klnth and Tenth.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy, one jeir. In adTan
six months, in adTance
i iTirMk tnenths in adTince.
or If not paid in ad ranee, tS per annum will
LEADING HATTER !
GranWHote!. OMAH A.
OKABA BUSINESS DMTORY.
McClurei fcmitL. 183 Ilarner street, bet.
11th and 1.2th. declbtl
"QL133 ASD PICTURE FEaMES.
JBeinhart. 1M Douglas street, dealet In
.irindo gU and picture Iramta, aInt
don to order. a.2tl
BOOTS AUD SHOES.
Philip Lang, 155 Farnham at. between 10th
-r-r T. Tr corner 12th and DoncUuitreeu,
H . m.nuLiCturer and wholesale dealer In
Country trade sc-
T)oland 4 Elliot, coil, Uae, cemen t hair .etc.
I lU Farnham at.
J A. Roler, druggist, corner 12'h and xUr-,-neyau
- f FJgutter, No. 200 Fsrnham st. lel7U"
Anew laundry opened at 511 ll'rt at., het
Farnbau and Douglas. The washing and
Ironing will be done to order, first class work
Lehman & Beard, boue and sign painters,
10th st. bet. Farnham and Harney. a2SU
Premium fcoap Works. Powell Co, still
manu'acture their Premium Soap. Fire
first premiums awarded by the Lougia county
uid State (airs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Orders solicited Irom the trade.
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent "Wheels, Pi till J Cbuiai;, ko.
Ulo, Springs and TklaT' SkeiM.
Carriages, Hacks a Buggies
TRITZ HAFBEE, Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street, cornr 11th, Omiha,
Nebraska. Hoard by the day or week,
13 X"Axrxi3a.i.zxx Sroot
Between 9th std 10th.
CnACL.ES PELDEESUS, Prop.
JORU H. GREEN,
GKA1N, FLOUR AHD FEED,
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT,
564 Fourteenth St.,
j,C0 3m aiAUA. HK.
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Highest price paid for Country Produce.
Erick Store, 8- E. Cor. 16ft & Cfcicago Eti,
JrSlU OMAHA, KKB.
Cor. 16th. and "Webster Sts.,
Keeps a complete assortment ot
EEDMAIT & LEWIS,
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
On hand and SAWED TO OEDEB.
G-roat iV osstesrsx
Corner cf Cnsalcgi sjid Twenty.iecond street
The finest lager baer con
stantly on hand.
Je25-Cm C1IAS. WEVMUtlXK, rrop.
P. N. GLYNN.
niOLESAI.E ASD RETAIL TEAIM IX
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
TOBIC O ASD PIPES.
BZCahfornla Wines and Ilrandles.Tfa
Corner of 13th and Dodge streets opposite the
new Tost Office building, Omaha, itb- Je25tl
Bavarian Beer Hall!
193 Douglas St.
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Finest brands ot aU class of Liquor and
Secars. Fresh Lager constantly on band.
m iLAa- iiaai, rrop-
Ko. 630 Sixteenth 8trett,
Opp. JeEcnon Square, OMAHA, NEB.
JOSEPH BOTE. Prer.
Day and veek Toaxd at reasonable rata.
First-cUss bar attached to the boose.
DEALfcB W '
Dress Goeis, Silks ul Triaalatft.
Ko 203 Dodjs (treat, between 14th asi Utk.
Dress making done -with neat
ness and dispatch. Orders
t X tmSZn. flnfn
&f Mggi .trWWIU
The most painful subject before
the City Council is Captain Payne.
Let Omaha rejoice! Saint Patrick
O'Bannon O'Hawe Is at last in our
midst, and the industrious political
toilers will have a chance to make
People -who listened to Council
man Lucas' brilliant curtain lecture
at the Council Chamber last even
ing are at a loss to know -whether
the power to appoint policemen is
vested, by the charter, In the Mayor
or in Councilman Lucas.
The mountan has labored and
brought forth a mouse. The played
out band of political and social
bummers, who are of late playing
sham workijigman.have after twenty-four
hours of protracted labor
succeeded in hatching out the
characteristic production -which ap
peared through the columns of the
Ku-Klux morning organ. The
chief burden of their story is that
Bosewater is making war on the co
operative delusion because he failed
to obtain admission into the
charmed bummer circle.
This statement is herewith bran
ded as an Infamous libtl, and we
dare the sneaking cowards -who
penned it to produce Rose water's
application, without which no mem
ber can be admitted.
Although Johnson, Dudley, and
their cappers have, for months, em
ployed every device at their com
mand to draw Kosewater in
to their spider's net, he
has steadily rejected all their
overtures, including the offer to be
come a member of the Capitol re
moval pool. This fact we are ready
to prove, and the bummers may put
it In their pipes and smoke it.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
ifEW York, July 1.
Money Otjfereo" libera ly, at 3 per
Exchange Foreign, dull, but
firm; 4 88 for sixty days, and 4 90 for
Gold Heavy and lower, on ac
count of treasury disbursements.
Opened at 110, , -with a decline to
J10J; now selling at 110 J.
Cfovgrnments Also weak and
lower,f:rrympa.thx-with gold; cur
rency sizes, 115J. ' """"
The excitiment in the stock i.?rr
ket has somewhat subsided; the
pool in the Lake Shore closed out
(te Uojijjng, and having no leader,
the price agan declined to 75, as
76 J at the opening. 3inpe noon the
market has slightly improved, and
speculations dull, because broken
rp preparing for the Saturday holi
day: &rfo33J;PM433; UP 27;
W U 74.
New York Produce Market.
.New Yokk, July 1.
Flour Easyj State and western,
5a5 35; extra 5a5 90.
Wheat Drooping; No 1 spring,
J 42al 43; NoT2 Chicago, 1 34al 35;
No 2 Milwaukee spring, 1 38al 39.
Corn Lower; western mixed
Oats Drooping; western mixed,
Provisions Quiet but steady.
Pork New mess, 25a37.
Tallow 7Ja8 5-16.
Leather in demand throughout
prime realizing full prjr.es, but low
er ordinary goods sold easier.
Iron Dull and nominal.
"Wood Limited demand, manu
factures appearing to hold off until
there is a better supply here of npw
Chicago Pruuuoe Market.
Chicago, July 1.
Flour Dull, lower; to sell ship
pers bidding 5 00 for good to pko? e;
extras scarce a.od wanted at 3 60
Wheat Easy; July 1 15J; August
Corn Steady; Jujy t 5SJ; Aug
Oats Weak; cash 42; July 40;
R3-e Steady at 83,
Butter Dull at 18a22.
Eggs Dull at llal2.
Barley Dull at 1 181 25.
Pork Quies; cash and July 17 00
17 70; August 18 00.
Lard-Quiet; cash 11 00 11 05;
August Jl OS.
Louli Praduce Market.
St. Loots, July l.
Flour Quiet, weak.
Wheat Quiet, nominal.
Com Easy; Jfo 2 mixed, 58.
Oats Firm; Jfo 2 4?a48, deliver?
ed on track
Bye Quiet, 78a80.
Whisky Steady, 95.
Pork-HJgher, 19 00.
Bacon Light, 5 40a5 70; heavy,
5 77a6 00,
Chicago Live Stock Mirket.
. Chicaoo, July 1.
Cattle Receipts 2,200. m
Jlarket dull and pnoes weak, very
few good lots selling, though Tes-
ans sold at 1 503 50; good com?
fed 4 504 75; common to extra
native steers 56 40.
Hogs Receipts 17,000,
Market quiet, prices weak, lower,
5 0a6 20; common to cho(ce extra
with sale good to choice 5 C5a5 95.
Bheep Receipts 806. Market
dull, unchanged, sales 850 common
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, July 1.
Hogs Reoeipts 1,040. Market is
firm; light at 5 0O5 35.
Cattle Receipts, 970. Market
easy. Sales of through TexansJ
1 50a3 75; wintered, 2 00a5 00; n&l
tive cows and heifers, 1 75a4 50 ;
good to extra steers, 4 fnaG 25.
JAS. M. MCVITTIB,
Bpedally Seported for the Omaia Daily Bee,
- It tha Atlaatlo itiAt Ithkutf Cc.
Des Moines, July 1.
The twenty-first annual Iowa
Republican, Convention met in this
city at 11 a. m., to-day, with a large
Hon. Jho. H. Gear, of Burlington,
was chosen temporary chairman ;
J. W. Shannon, of Clayton, and
John Morton, of Muscatine, were
elected permanent secretaries.
Upon taking the chair, "Mr. Gear
said he thanked them for the honor.
One week ago to-day a Convention
was held in ibis hall, and its chair
man telegraphed that old Repuli
canism was dead. I think Novem
ber will prove that the party is not
dead. Twenty years ago and over
the paity was founded, and we can
point with pride to its record. To
you, gentlemen, who are delegated
the task of forming and organizing
a platform, and the nomination of
candidates. I know you will per
form your duty well. Our majority
will be sufficient to satisfy the State
and to wain the nation that Repub
licanism is not dead.
The regular committees wero then
named, and after several amend
ments the convention aujourneu
till 2 p. m.
The convention assembled at 2
o'clock. The committee on creden
tials reported 604 delegates present.
The permanent officers were elected
as follows: Chairman, Theodore
Guclich, Des Moines county; Vice
Presidents, 1st district, S. S. Sam
ple, Lee county; 2d, John McKean.
Jones county; 3d, Col. D? B. Hen
derson, Dubuque county; 4th, Elias
Kessup, Hardin county; 5th, W. G.
Thompson, Linn county; 6th, B. G.
Bowen, Warren county; 7th, Ed.
Hall, Warren county; 8th, Frank
Davis, of Adams county; 9th,
Robert A. Smith, of Dickin
son county; Josiah L. Young, for
secretary of State, and Wm. Christy,
for treasurer, were nominated by ac
climation. B. R. Sherman was
nominated for auditor by a larga
majority on the first ballot, pavid
Seeor, of WiLnebago, was nominqr
ted on the third ballot for register of
the State land office. M. E. Cutts,
of Mahaska, was nominated on the
first ballot for atterney general. E.
J. J. Holmes, of Jackson, wasnomi
led Qn tlje first ballot for clerk of
the supreme court. John S. fun
nels, of Polk, was nominated on tho
first ballot for reporter of the su
preme court. Geo. C. Heberllngs
was elected chairman of the Stale
The committee on resolutions then
made the following report through
Waldo M. Potter, of Davenport,
yhiph he stated was agreed upon
unanimously Ly the committee:
"We, the leprestutauves of the
Republican party of the State of
Iowa, in convention assembled,
adopt the following platform:
Resolved, 1st. That as the policy
oftlio Republican party in relation
'to firince has" attbnlcd the ppopje
not only safe, Bound and popular
currency of equal and uniform
worth In every' portion of our com
mon country.but has likewise great
ly improved he credit of the coun
try at homo and abroad, wo point
with pride to iti record and accom
plishments in this regard, and while
reaffirming the policy Hiinouuced
Jy the party in the national conven
tions oH8Gf and J"2, nd triumph
antly endorsed by tlm people at tho
noils, a policy which, while contrib
uting to the public credit, has also
pnjianced individual and collective
prosperhy of the American people,
wo favor such legislation as shall
make national banking free to all,
under iust and eaual laws, based
upon the policy of specie resump
tion at such times ns js consistent
with material and "industrial inter
ests of tho country, to the eud that
the volume ofnrrenc3 may be reg
ulated by thejiational laws of trade.
2d. That wo"ro-atHnn tD declar
ation of the Republican national
platform of 1772 in favor of the
payment by the government of the
United Stales of all t obligations
in accordance with botji the Jettpr
and spirit of the laws under which
suph obligations were issued; we
declarp that hi thp absence of any
express pro islots to the outrary,
the obligations of the government,
when issued atyl placed upon the
markets of the world,, arp payable
in the world's ciirrenoy, to" wit;
3u. 'mat unaer tne constitution oi
tfje United States, Congress has the
power tQ rfigufotp ajf compaerce
among the several States, whether
barried on by railroads, or by other
njcaus, ant) ih the exercise ot that
power Congress may ami should so
legislate as to prohibit under suit
able penalties, extortion, unjust
discrimination, aud other wrong
and unjust ponflupt on the part of
persons or corpqratjons engaged in
such commerce, and by virtue of
the same constitute the pqwer Con
gress may and should provide tor
the improvement of our great
national watpr ways,
4th. That the State has power
and it is ts duty to provide by law
for the regulation and control of
railway transportation withn "Jte
own ijmlts, anil wo demand the law
for this Stafe passed for this purpose
at the last session of tho grand as
sembly shall be upheld and en
forced, until it shall be superceded
by other legislation or held uncon
stitutional by tho proper judicial tri
bunal. 5th. That we feel bound to pro
vide alj appropriate legislation for
the full apt equal protection of all
citizens "white or black, native or
foreign born, in the enjoyment of
all rights guaranteed by the consti
tution of th? United States and
6th. That the $27,000,000 reduc
tion in the estimated general gov
ernment expenses for the coming
year, meets our hearty approval,
and, shows that tfie Republican parr
ty,' oh, questions' of retrenchment
and economy, is carrying out in
good faith, its oft-repeated pledge to
7th. That.we are in favor of an
amendment to the constitution of
the United States, providing for the
election of the President and Vice
President by a direct vote, of the
8th. That while inventors should
be protected in their just rights of
property in their inventions, we de
mand such modification of our pat-,
ent laws as shall render the same
fajrer and equitable to consumers.
Btn. That the faltn of the Repub
lican party is pledged to promote
the bestgood of civij. service to tha
country, and that we, as Republi
cans -of Iowa, demand that only
honest and capable men be elected
or appointed to office, and that we
commend the position of the party
in instituting investigations of cor
ruption in office, sparing therein
neither friends or foes.
10th. That since the people may
be legitimately entrusted with in
vestigations and government re
form, we favor national submission
to the people of the question of
amending the constitution, so as to
extend the rights of suffrage to wo
men, pursuant to the action of the
15th General Assembly "
The platform was adopted, with
out the amendment, by a rising vote
and three cheers.
The reading of the resolutions on
finance was greeted with great ap
plause. Washington, July L
The President called an extra ses
sion of the Cabinet at 10:30 this
morning. All presen t except Robe
son who was in New York. Cress
well was accompanied by Mr. Hale,
the recently appointed postmaster
general. Mr. Hale - formally de
clined the postmaster-generalship,
and further stated that he was con
strained to reconsider his previous
determination, owing to illness, and
said he did not think it consistent
to his best interest to accept so ardu
ous duties of that office in vlewf
his impaired health. -
The President expressed regret.
Told Hale he was confident that the
most pleasant relations would exist.
Cresswell participated in the session
as postmaster general, and still con
tinues for the present.
It is not known who will be ap
pointed Postmaster General. Prob
ably, a designation will be made to
day unless Sir. Cresswell reconsid
ers his resignation. Public debt
statement for June shows a reduc
tion of $2,106,000.
ew iork, July 1. )
A great scientific discovery is
claimed to have been made by Dr.
Wm. A. Hammond on tho subject
of hydrophobia in a coroner's jury
to investigatethe cause of the death
of W. McCormick who died last
week from the bite of a dog. Thejury
was composed of leading physicians
with the view to determino the
changes produced in the human
sj'stem by hydrophobia. '
A post mortem was held ou'Fri
day, and Dr. Hammond afterwards
took charge of the affected parts to
ascertain whether any Btrupturn
changes, hitherto undiscovered,
would roveal a disease, in part pe
culiar to hydrophobia. He now
claims that hj'drophobia is a true
nervous disease, and not a blood
' McCormick was bitten nine weeks
ago. Dr. Hammond traced the
poison from the point of ingress
into the system to the seat of incu
bation, medinalla oblongata. There
the diseased action settled about
tho great nerves that control the ac
tions, and had also extended to the
hemisphere of the brain. The poison
began working on the great nerve
Renters and began to Influence' tho
victim's" thoughts aiid"Bven his
Hammontl'o discovery is claimed
as a great advance toward the solu
tion of the problem that faaa long
puzzled scientists. Egrtber expeH
meuls "win be made, which it Js
hoped will develop farther points
in tne disease.
New York, July 1.
Woodhull & Claflin's weekly for
tbjs week was issued to-day, and is
remarkably silent as to criticism on
the Beecher-Tiltori affair,' but" con
tains a re-protluctjon of Tilton's
letter, which has already been ex
tfjnsvpy advertised, ' The weekly
contents jfeHf with the announce
ment that it 'defers comments uutll
Woodhull ran be heard from, who
i. now on a lecturing tour on the
Tjio trial of Mark GUI for the
murder of Mortimer Sullivan com
menced in the court of general ses;
In ponnpetjon with the discovery
by Dr Hammond on tho subject of
hydrophobia new and other" im
portant results is deduced from
McCormick's case. It is now
stated, upon authority that Mci
Cormlck "was not bit by a mad, dog.
A man named Kelly, who was wth
McCormick at the time, has identi
flpd, tye dog, and. jt is known that
two other persons hae been bitten
by the same animal".
Several physicians who werp Ju
rors on the case, have examined
dogsr-a brlndle bull' terrier, ' and
since McCormick's death ne has
been ojoseiy watched m the interest
ot sclonce, They are unanimous In
their opinion that the dog has symp
toms of rabies. Dr. Hammond as
the result of careful Investigation
whicji led to most important resuts,
declaring-that any 4o & bites
any pprsen may inoculate that per;
son wth a poison that may'cJpYei
opp Into hydrophobia.
One physician says if this Is the
case In one Instance, It may be the
case in all instances, and nothing
but tho destruction of all useless
dogs in pities, running at large, can
make the pubjlo safe. The tog evfe
dently was net niad, whpn he bit
McCormick, otherwise, he woujd
not nqw 5e ajjve and well, " He com
sjdors the fact established beyond
a doubt that it Is not necessary for
a dog to be rabid to Innoculate r,
human being with virus, that may
deveon into hydrophoba.
R, T. Entevlstle, who 'has bopn
suffering from the bite of a dog, re
ceived a mouth ago, died at Bejle
vue hospital at 0 o'clock this morn?
ing. It was contested this morning
as to whether thp synipt'qrns of the
patient "wpre really hydrophobia,
and it was dipided in the affirma
tive by several prominpnt physi
cians. Private advices from Texas say
the experiments to deepenthe chan
nel at the bay at Corpus CTristj has
proven a failure,
EI0H PA1H15Q LA5D IH SEBRA8KAn
TTQUSEa AKD LQT3 In the city olOmsU',
If lor saJecbeaoandon sood terms,
BOUGS 4 Tuixi:
Baal etUle broiers.offlco ojtritacktj' store,
on Dodge st. opposite cev pastoBce sp30m?
13tk St., ket. FarakAH art Haney.
AU kinds oi TAIUHUKO, CLEANING aad
itEP AliUS U dooe at rsasoosbla nlsa
LSWTS f. BXlp
BT10R RED k CO.
V7 CHdsrt &UMsBsjl
Real Estate Agency
Keep s complete'Atatnet oi TiUe to' siEsml
EfUu In OuUm aaA KHaM mtXj,
4 O'CLOCK P.
The Mormons of StnPete Go
Straight Back oi Brigham
Young and His " Order
Dr. Hammond Hakes a Great
. - New Yobk, July 1.
Henry Grinnell, a veteran New
York merchant, and for many
years head of tho firm of Grinnell,
MintuneA Co., died in this city
yesterdayged 75 years.
' rtfk Bosion, July 1.
The legislature of this State voted
to adjourn Tuesday, but at 3 o'clock
this morning was holding all night
session with probably no recess be
ing taken until adjournment. It
is thejongest legislative session In
C Cincinnati, July 1.
Squire H. F. Sedam, a widely
known character, and author of the
phrase, "if the court knows herself
and we think she does," died in
Sedamsvill last night on tho very
section which his father, a revolu
tionary officer, pre-empted from the
ew STokk, July 1.
A Washington special to tho
Commercial - Advertiser confirms
the statement already published
here that application has been made
to the Spanish government through
Caleb Cashing, demanding indem
nity for the lives and property of
American citizens destroyed in the
Salt Lake, July "J.
The Mormons of San Pete at a
recent public meeting boldly rebel
led against Brigham Young by
unanimously refusing to obey a re
quisition for the delivery and posses
sion of their property to the order of
Enoch. This is regarded as a severe
blow to the church jxiwer, indica
ting the utter downfall of the Enoch
scheme and an increase of apostacy.
The grand lodge of Odd Fellows
for Utah organized in this city yes
terday. Washington, July J.
The headjs of the different bureaus
in the Treasury Department for
several days past have been busy
making up a list of persons to be
discharged from the Treasury to
day. As fast as the. lists are com:
peted they&rp hanfletf to 'tho See-,
rotary ef the Treasury, and when
all the lists are In tho Secretary of
the Treasury wilHssae an order dis
charging all those whose Ti&ssiQ ap
pear on the list It is estimated
that over four hundred men and.
women will be lllSQharged from the
Trpasury Popartmeitt ftlono. Asa
mattpr of coursp there' is great "ex
citement among the emplojes of
this department, especially amopg
the women, many of whom have
fapijjlps of small children dependent
upon them. It Is Impossible to esti
mate the amount "of suflpripg that
wjll be caused by the dsciargp of
so many salaried, employes,
't Is stated upon Very good au
thority that George B. McCartee,
tlie present superintendent of thp
printing bureau of thp trpasqry de
partment will be appointed, assistant
Secretary of tho treasury, In plape
oWSIr. Sawyer resigned. MpCartee
is backed by Gov. Dix, John J. CSz
co, and ft Jargp nupiber of other
prominent Now Yorkprs.
"VyAsnixaTON. June 5Q.
The Department of tljg gjtata hps
beer ofilelejally advised of tne safe
arrival o'f j"Jol.' Qordon's expedition
at Par toon, in March last. In be
half of the Egyptian government,
as a result of the expedition, Khe
dive has 'ssugd decrpo that the
tntttic'jH Jvory is agbvornnjent mo
nopoly, and no person can entor in
to the provlnco without a pass from
tho Governor-General of London,
or some competent authority qt
Sandokora, and 0 person can ro
pplvp on prgaulze "lleljl band's In tiie
Secretary flr'stow has tendered
the apnoutnient of gbief clerk of the
treasury department lo William O.
Avery, the present chief clerk of
the internal revenue burpqu, and
"Mr, Avery h,as sjgnjfled, h js aeeept
qncp, t js proposed at an early day
to' reorganize the special agency
branoh. of the treasury department,
As t is nqw organize it Js" divided
jnto distrfpt, to which an agent Is
assigned in charge, having other
ajronU under .him. It is claimed
by agents working for the agents in
charge of dlsirlots that all heavy
WQrjc is done ff ttyem, and. the chief
agent 'takes to hjmself thv'crellt of
To pjace thern on a level foqtlng
It js proposed to tjo away wjth dis
tricts and assign suph cases as arise
to agents without districts, and ap
titude these displays in the perfor
mance of given trust will be a re
commendation lor a detention jn
A large nuinljer qf ojajnis from
arpiy suppies,quartermastcr's 3tores
"and army transportation, whjcli
foave been pending pcforp the war
deportment for two years past, and
more will be ruled out on account of
a provision Congress inserted in the
legislative, Judicial and executive
appropriation bjlls, tq the effect that
prom ago, aner iqp nrsiuay or Juiy,
1874, and each year thereafter the
secretary of the treasury shall taqs
all unexpended balances of appro
priations which shall have remain
ed upqn tbe books of the treasury
for two fiscal years to be carried to
surplus fund and put into Treasury;
provided that this provision shall
not apply to permanent specific ap
propriations for all mines ana Har
bors, light - houses, fortifications,
public buildings or pay of navy or
marine corps. Over a thousand
claims described were adjusted yes
terday and to-day, but a large num
ber wjjl be ruled out on account of
expiration of two years to-dav, and
a special act of Congress will be re
quired hereafter to pay them.
Hon. Henry T. Blow has arrived
here and will accept the position of
district commissioner, Mr. Bennj
son accepted. yestenlajV MrCats
tej has riot yet announced bis decl
HB bat it l teUvved be will 4 wttnti
Our London News. Spirited
Debate in the House of Com-
mons on the Irieh Home
Bayonne, July 1
TheCarlists claim 800 prisoners
in the retreat of the Republicans,
after the battle of Aluro. Don Car
los and wife have,arrivedatEstella,
where they were received with
Paris, July 1.
The Lezora says that reports are
in circulation in Versailles, that pa
pers have been discovered which
compromise themost influential Bo
napartist on duty in the Assembly,
and that body will soon be a-ked to
authorize his prosecution. Rumors
are supposed to refer to M. Rouher.
The Spanish government have re
solved to erect a monument to Gen.
Gen. Zebula has ar-ived at Mirin
da. The army of tho north is falling
back in good order and will
be rapidly reorganized. Reinforce
ments are arriving.
It is reported the Carlists have
murdered many prisoners takou in
the recent battles.
City of Mexico, June 21. )
via Havana, June 29. J
A terrible disease, the character
of which is unknown, has broken
out in Slacolntam and has become
epidemic. The government is as
sistiug the inhabitants and has
adopted measures to prevent the
spreading of the malady.
The Sate of Ganjuago offers pre
miums for the production and man
ufacturing of silk and cotton ; also
for the best specimens of fine oil
produced in the State.
Havana, July 1.
Until now the flag over the pal
ace of the Captain General has
bornp the crown, notwithstanding
the overthrow of the monarchy, but
to-day it flies without that emblem
Yesterday was a holiday in this
A meeting of the committee,
appointed by the planters and re
presentative men of commerce and
industry, which ended to-d.ty, it
was resolved that the Government
be advised of the tax of 2 per cent,
on their profits, decreed on the 18th
of April last; and if it was insuffici
ent, to 'impose, a.n additional' tax of
(ive!per cent, oii tho value of landed
E'ro'perty', in the city and country,
nt "on banking, commercial, and
industrial institutions, leaving it to
Ihe government to prescribe tho
time and manner of imposing such
.London, July 1.
The report that the Catholic i
shops at Fulda had made concilia
tory advances to the Prussian Qqy,
ernment, is authoritiYqly confirmed.
A specfa." djsnatcb, ttTthe Stan
ard, report? the lossB?!2Jepubli-
uuo!? m meir tasi aiiacic on iSstefJCf..
as amounting to 800 men, kjljed. and
In tbe House of Commons last
evpnjng Dr. Butt made a motion in
favor of home rule for Ireland. Ho
maintained that homerulo involved
no disturbance of the principlei of
tpe constitution or tu imperial par
liament, in which Ireland would
still be represented, and would have
the power to tax all tho resources of
Ireland: a3 weU as those of Great
Britain. He acknowledged that
efforts had been made to redress tho
grievpnees, but these, hnd failed,
and always would fail, lx
causp real liberty was denied,
tie appealed to the House to adopt
his resolution us the only real reme
dy for restoring its constitutional
rights, and tjjen ponjentment'and
Erqspcrjty would, bo established
iroughout the country.
The attorney general for Ireland
gave decided and emphatic replies
to all propositions whicli Dr. B.utt
had advanced, qnd sajtj that the
Pfpspnt prppqsal was infinitely more
dant rou to the peace and prosperi
ty of the country than a demand
for the repeal of tho Union.
A collslon of Imperial and Trisb.
parliaments wjlj be Inevitable, i"ar
tjaujqr'y on qupstjons of commerce
and finance. The proposed action
would endanger tbe wbolo political,
pommorelal and social construc
tions of both countries. It would
be dangerous for England but prac
tically ruinous for irelandt
He regarded the agitation of the
subjoot as a mischievous and futile.
Viscount Crlteon, member for tho
Estabblem, said tho peoploof Ultter
were unanimous Jn their bplnion
that the home rule waa equivalent
to war and would inevitably result
In the subjugation of Ireland by
some foreign power that was hostile
to England. The Marquis of Hun
tington eajd that the great bulk qf
Irishmen do not want home rule,
and the question must 1k regarded
from an imperial standpoint, and
tho houso having charge of tho Im
perial Interests, must reject the mo
tion, Whatever will be the effect upon
the internal affairs of Ireland, no
relation would ever induce tbe
Liberals to purchase Jrjsb support
by thp sacrjfipp of the slightest in
terest of the empire. He felt that
any coquetting with tho question
will immediately result in the com
plete disorganization of the Liberal
party, and urged the cordial co
operation of Ireland with England.
Instead of useless agitation of the
question qf separate parliament the
qsbate adjourned yesterday.
The British ship, Merry Monarch,
for New York, from Calcutta, has
been wrepkeu on Cosraaldo Islands.
IJpr cargo was u total loss, but the
pntire crew were saved.
At the July meeting at Carlisle,
which commenced to-day, the Cum
berland plate was won by Oggle
tborpe, the Chimes second, and the
Bonnie Clyde third. Betting was
10 to ono against Ogglethorpe, 5 to 1
against Chimes, and 25 to 1 against
A dispatob tojthe Standard from
Vienna, says that the British em
bassador at Constantinople, litis
offered his good offices as media
tor between Persia and Turkey, in
tbe recently arisen complications.
Ihe Sublime Porte will send an
army to the Persian frontier,
A special dlbpatoh to the above
nameq Journal, "saya that Marshal
Serrano has decided to take com.
mand of the Republican, army im
mediately. Gen. Zfcblar hw tr
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