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OMAHA WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 8, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
KDWAKD BOSEWATER, Editor and Prop'r
OSee K. 138 mnhaa Irtet.Ww.
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tfcret menlhi in adTnce
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388X& OMAB A.
m nunccs M4SD
cdare 4 Smith. -185 Horner street, bet.
11th ana lh. aoci.u
ar.itu iwn PICTURE P&'XEB.
..ii ia.T nnn .1 m tvAt dAalpj in
.window glass and picture framjs. HlaUng
WHITS AITD E30ES.
Up Lang. 153 Farnhanr it. between luh
TJ L. Later, corner 12tU and Douglas atreeia,
so4i and confectionery. Country trade so
ar . a a n 1 1 f
S raiti.coiL lime, cementbalr, etc..
1M Farnham at. feMSmS
J A. B der, Ciussiat, corner 12th and War
. neysta "
fatter, No. 200 Farnham at. Il7if
a mw lanndrr opaned at 511 11th st.. tt.
A. FarnUaa and Dousl&s. The washing and
Cosing will ba done to order, first class work
Lehman A Beard, hone and sign palnteis,
I 1MU at. bat. Farnham and Harney. aZstl
Tremlum Soap Wor'.a. Powell A Co, atill
XT manufacture their Premium Soap. Fire
irat premium .awarded by the l-ougla county
and State fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Order! aoll-dted 1 rom the trade.
K. ESTABEOJK. n. M. FEANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE-Ovlabton Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
AUeraer and" Counselor at Law.
tO?FIGE Bocm So Visacter'i Block,
OMAHA - - NEB
JOHN W. LYTLE,
' Attorejt-Law aad Solicitor 1b
OPnOH-OTsr First Hatloaal Bask,
Attorney at LffWi
US 1-2 IHIBTBESTH BTEEET, OMAHA
20. X. O'BKIEX.
oae-Cftldwell Block, Douglas Stwet,
nifivi v . NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
T. W. T. Kichards,
Attorney at Law,
0Bre 6 19 13th St., bet. FaraRam
art DoHglas, Offlha, Seb.
r o. ut. so u
O. H. BALLO tt- GLASGOW .
Ballon & Glasgow,
Oftce n Crelgbton' new block, aoutheait cor
LAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at law,
t2 f 4BKHAH STBSAT.
jajiliW.tU.aJ, I Omaha Nebraaka
If . J. BURNHAM.
1TWUEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Ko. SSO Farnnam8treet
.rjgs " - NEB.
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4. B. S119.QPSHIRE,
Attorney at -Law
Booai Jta. 1. S. K. Corner 15th and Douglas SU,
OMAHA, - - UEBR.
. g. ram. . s. raurcamr
SPAIN & PRITCHEH,
AJUhbts iai Cmuuelen at Law.
Off, 506 TwielL Street
IIImi, Lock Bt 400. Omaha. 3at.
-j W. AlBOSE,
MBICK?S OPERA H3CSK
JOBS B. BCKU.KT
Attorney"! Counselor at Law
Oct. 15thdlf ! "jTZIr
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IrMriet Attonwy hrfiiW IU
THKo-ops are preparing to
movnto winter quarters.
rHE comet is gradually approach-
i, and cremation stares us in the
A corker in ice is the next
calamity that re may as well pre
The thermometer one hundred
in the shade, and the comet still
sixty million miles away.
According to the New York
World Nebraska is being overrun
by frogs. Railroad frogathe Bee
Carpenters are known by their
chips, and so are certain young men
who habitually patronize the Oma
ha faro banks.
The grange platform(at Elkhorn)
was not broad enough to hold the
capacious pedal extremities of the
Ko-op-orators Judges and Potts.
People who read the St Louis
papers with any degree of attention,
are beginning to find out that St.
Louis ha3 bridged the Mississippi
The most agonizing conundrum
in political circles just now is, who
will take upon himself the contin
gent glory of running for contingent
If Councilman Lucas is to de
liver another oration on the "rela
tive" merits of Fifth Ward police
men, It is also to be hoped the Fifth
Ward statesman will tell us what
he knows about Ryan.
The wonderful enterprise of the
thirteen oppressed Ko-op editors Is
highly commended by the orgaa of
the Kohp chaplain ; and now cour
tesy would requre that the thirteen'
oppressed K-.'s return the compli
ment. An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts of our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Broker, at 296 Faruhani street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
0th street between Jones and Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met ol Ladles' and Gents' straw hats, trim
med and untriinmed, Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks and all kinds of ln-y Goods,
Ladles' And Gentf' Bo..ts,etc My Une of Dry
Goods I' Complete. SeUl-gonly lor CASH, I
am able to UNDERSL1.L any other Dealer in
the City. Our PRICES are LOWEU than exer
PatUr'j Black, Bet California, & Webittr Eta.
Fhy!dana 0rKlptoBl (Jtrefully
le?6 3m ' ' " conipounrtfld.
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- rr stubs,
Bet t3th & 14th 3U OMAHA.
tWOI.lest yraetlelne- T"tlsU in tbe city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
B34 3E"4xxx3&xn. JVC.
lieu and 11th, np stairs.
Teeth extractad- wtthont pain, by us. of Ni
trous Oxide Saa,
erofflce open atall hoo efttl
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Oiipenaea his own medclnea. and besides
recular pracUoa, makes sxtclaUuaa of Derange
menU and pUmaos Peculiar to Women, Pistc
la, PUee and at DWttei of Ow iBoctum.
Ovvkk: Cjrner Fuakaa sad ifth tlrreti,
first door to tbe risbt. np stairs. Resldenc ,
J10 Douzlsa street, betneen 12 and 1Mb, next
to Lutheran Church Omaha, Pb. Addmsi
Lock 19 3 ft Jsntldawif
9IKS.J. E VAK0EUC90K
Residence and offlf, 350 Dode at bet Hth and
lSthats:' - u
Special attention paid tojohstetrics and dii-
pectuar io women ana cuuarcn. an.
7. P. Soap TaotoryX
Situated on the line! of the Union Pacific
RaUroaJ, near the powder house. Manufac
tures n'St-claaa soap lor home consumption.
'i 'AIJ Ariaaef'work-
TJtl TV ItMTitawiiiL.
log people of either sex, young ofold, Maake
more sooner a wora tor us in iui iw, uiu
menu r all tbe tlm' than at anything else.
Addios STlNSOh Co.. Portland, Maine
bot.St! - -
Xarket Qardnors !
ALL K7ND3 OF VEOETABLE3 AND
plants. Ioraa.'e. Ordera addressed tool
a our garden ' '
Cer. 21st aai Paal Strtseti,
wjll ractlye prgmpt attentlogl aplMa
WILLIAM SEX AUEBJ
fJ6rriUmoJtotet, - Oraaia,
HRHfPBa BBDgIK8: ITC.
Cor. 16th and Izard Stree
Specially Beported for the Omaha Daily Bee,
br tk Atlutio Pacifc Telecrsth Co.
New York, July 7.
Many of the most distinguished
physicans and dentists assembled
at a meeting, of Neurejpgical So
ciety last evening, to discuss a ques
tion connected with bj'drophobia.
Dr. William A. Hammond. occupied
the chair ana spoke ot the peculiar
features of the case of "Win. Mc
Cormick, that convinced the physi
cians that tbe.man had true hydro
phobia. Thej inability to swallow
either fluids or salids was "very
marked. It was absolutely impossi
ble for him to swallow water or ice,
aud when .attempts were made the
substance: was thrown from the
mouth with violence,' The flow of
saliva wan marked, und a constant
spasmlndicated deep seated disease
of the nerve centres.
Dr. Hammond admitted that
while the disease might, be blood
poison, andebanges in the organs of
life, it might have been caused by
the assimilation of that poison, yet
it was more than possible. It was
true that a nervous disease like tata
nus, that while no treatment had
effected a cure in a well authentica
ted case, yet the application of a
galvanic current had in the only
case in which it had been tried, pro
longed the patient's life several
days. After speaking of caulerics,
and other methods of destroying
virus, Dr. Hammond advised by all
means the exertion of the parts in
volved. Resolutions were adopted, and
commissioners appointed to investi
gate further, and report at a future
Freight agents who have met to
devise rates of freight frdm the west
by the Erie, New York Central and
Pennsylvania Central Railroads
have resolved to Increase freights'on
live stock to about double itsformer
rates; the basis of the increased
rates was fixed at 55 cents per one
hundred pounds trom Chicago to
New York. Its managers intend
to increase, and not decrease all
classes of freights.
The first of the free picnics for
poor children took place yesterday,
under the direction of George F.
Williams, who had their manage
ment in foru.er years. About two
thousand children were taken to the
Gen. WilUams, formerly an. ofH
cer in the confederate army and re
siding at Rutherford Park, New
Jersey, for the pat six years com
niitted suicide yesterday.
Thomas Kempt, of .New Bruns
wick, "N. J., took his three children
to a canal yesterday aud pitched
them In, and jumped in himself.
The oldest child, a girl, was drown
ed, but the father and other chidrcn
A party of gentlemen will leave
this city for Albany to-night, to lay
before the governor their reasons
for desiring the removal of the may
or and police commissioners. It is
understood, that .some of .the strong
points made by the counsel against
the major are, that on three occa
sions he has refused to investigate
charges against the commissioners,
when it-was plainly his duty to do
so. These occasions were first,
when Commissioner Charlicb was
examined before the courts on
the charge of violating the provi
sions of the election law; second,
when the Board of Aldermen, act
ing on the report presented by the
committee, requesting the Mqyor to
investigate' the: charges 'qgalnst the
Police Commissioners; and thirdly,
when the legislative committee pre
sented a report on the charges that
'he Board had acted improperly in
the working' of the 'street cleaning
The" Mayor seems .Impressed with
the "gravity of thp occasion, "but de
clares he acted under the legal ad
vice of counsel. He denies that the
Assistant Attorney General has ad
dressed District .Attornpy Phelps
calling hs'nttenton to thp gravity
of the charges against the Mayor
and Police Commissioners Gardner
and Charlick, and asking him. to
lend his aid in" procuring indict
ments against, them from the grand
jury, and in bringing the cases to a
trial as speedilyas possible.
Thomas Kemp, of New Brans
wiok, N. Jt who threw his three
children into a canal on Monday,
drowning one of them, and then
attempted to drown himself, died,
to-day. w .
It is rumored to-night that Com
missioners Charlick and ' Gardner
have resigned, in order to prevent
Mayor Havemeyer's embarrass
ment. G. W. Matzwell, Superin
tendent of Pojipe. j3 njeiitiqned as
ono of the s'upepssors, and John R
Voorhee"sv8 the other.
General Hillhousov-has been re
appointed A'ssjstant ""Treasurer at.
f hp'Erio.railway has Ji"ed an an
-lA 1. 4 i, , .,, S-
swer ill uij- xviim.'us suit. JU WiiiGii je.
denied rctry allegation thereatThe,
.trie company have commenced suit
for $1,293,000 against Jay Gould to
cover the amount expended by him
from the proceeds in transactions
-with U S. express stock, and the
amount of relintyirseineu't claimed
for inoney fejeponded in freeingit
from incumbrances ot the property
conveyed bj- Gould to the Erie rail
way in the famous restitution trans
action in November, 1873. He had
agreed 'to convey this property free
of incumbrance, but failed to do so.
The following is the Erie railway
directory to be votod for on the 14th
instant, which will probably be
Messrs. Roberts, Stebbius, Smith,
Johnson, Babcock, Duncan, Meyo,
Randall,Rouinaon, Barlow, Morgan.
Balster, Gray, Baker, ana Sobus
-ibBrcft. W reported that Je'wetr
wiil hot become connected with the.
St. Johns, NB., July 7.
Last night a serious riot "occurred
lumbermen) who became Involved,
ih-a dispute at the ticket office. The
circus men drew revolvers and fired
into the crowd, wounding" a "num:
ty. Ttyiriat tye.ta eflnr fencer.
proppmoriB, ino Circus poopie oemg:
overpowereq,' anil their wagon run
into the river. The Are bells were
jung, special police snorrj in, a-ijd'
ililofean niraiia men worm arrested.
This morning an Injunction was ob;
twined 'from the Supreme Court pro:,
KtKil.rMV 4ha iTrnafrrTnlpilviho fhp
. -tNOCHHENNEY, f'
Justice of tlie Peace
Ofl.ce over tho State Bank, comer cl 'Farn.
kft sd Utb. streets. e I
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Speaker Blaine Kindly Consents
to Serve His Country Again
The Custar Expedition to the
Black Hills Sttrts Out Per
fectly Centented with
Chicago, July C.
The United States Circuit Court at
Madison, Wis., has decided that
the act of the legislature of that
State, for the regulation of railway,
passenger, and freight rates, is con
stitutional and valid. The case
was that of the Chicago and North
western Railroad Co. vs. the State
of "Wisconsin. The Company will
now appeal it to the United States
The wheat crop is suffering seri
ously in the central counties of this
State, from the ravages of the"
chintz bug, and all the -growing
crops are said .to be unfavorably
affected by the drouth. -
New York, JulyT.
Tho decision of the U. S. Circuit
Court of Wisconsin is that-the Chi
cago & Northwestern and Milwau
kee and St. Paul railroads must
comply with the recent legislation
of that State, reducing passenger
and .freight rates, was the 'leading
topic to-day both in Wall street and
commercial circles. The decision
is regarded of great importance, for
should it be maintained by the TJ.
S. Supreme court, the movement
will extend, and will test the ques
tion as to how far railroads are to be
subjected to legislation on the part
of the State and general govern
ment. TI.e interests at stake effect
the whole trade of the country, es
pecially the railroad traffic of the
country between eastern States and
the west. The decision is regarded as
leaving State authorities free to pro
ceed against such of the railroads as
have continued to. violate the law,
even to the extent of annulling their
charters. . "
Washington', July 7,
The following dispatches have
been received atnrrny headquarters
froin S Paul, Minn. : To the As?
sistajit Adjutant General of the De
partment of the Missouri, Chicago
Custar's expedition got off this
morning, Custftr reports the new
arms received and everybody M'ell
pleased with them. . He says jt is
the best equipped, armed and organ
ized expedition he ever saw on the
plains. We shall probably hear from
liiuj in eight or ten days.
(Signed) O. D. Greene,
Assistant Adjutant General.
St. Paul, Minn., July 2.
To the Assistant Adjutant Gen
eral of the Department of the Mis
souri Stanley reports from Fort
Sully, this morgiflg, tyat the In
dians at the Chpyenne Agency are
saucy and are killing their domestic
cattle, " They "probably think that
Custar is off beyond reoall, as Stan
ley sks if he has gotten off.
(Signed) Q. D. Greene,
Assistant Adjutant General.
The object of th,e expedition is to
learn thtf topography ol the Black
Hill country. Every expedition
heretofore going there, has been
driven back. The movement of
such a body of troop, t s thought,
wijl disperse and ifitJmida.te any
warlike Indians, Major General For
sythe, and' Lieut. Col. Fred Grant,
accompany the expedition.
-Gen. Jeff C. Davis, commanding
the Department of Columbia, on be
ingtxelieved by Gen. Howard, will
proceed to jon his regiment, the
ySdIn'fantry, no wo'vihg from
Arizona to relieve the 8th Infantry,
in Utah and Wyoming territories,
with headquarters at Fort Russell.
Messrs. Cresswell and Leopold, of
Washington, and Dr. Purvis, of
Philadelphia, who have been con
firmed by the Secretary of the
Treasury, as trustees, to settlo up
the affalis of the freedmen's liank,
have not yet signified their accep
tance pf tye kusL'hut will decide
oneway or the othpr, nt a meeting
soon to be hold. Mr. Tunis has
been telegraphed for. Messrs.
Cresswell and Leopold, visited he
bank ygstery, 'q- examine as far
as rxjarfbie Int6 the sihiatkm of fc
affairs.' They ftre of the opinion
that the affairs of the bank look
more promising than at first, and
express tho opinion that the depos
itors win suner very time, u any
loss. They think it will tafcg about
three years fa Wind up thp concern.
Yesterday afternoon 3en. Cress
well turned over the Post Office De
partment to J. W. Marshall, who
has been commissioned to act as
Postmastar General' until Jewell ar
rives. Our government has no official
information that Admiral Polo has
been recalled. He has returned to
Spain on a leave of absence granted
some months ago, and will endeavor
while there to be placed on active
duty in the Spanish navy, preferring
to be relieved from diplomatic af
fairs, which are very distasteful to
- 'Toierels a report to-day, which
appears to be well authenticated,
that if Mr. Moran accepts the As
sistant Secretaryship of the State
Department, Nicholas Fish, the new
Secretary of the Legation at Berlin,
wiU be transferred to London,
w Representative Orth, of Indiana,
is mentioned in connection with
the vaoan.tr mission to Russia. He
has several times sought a fhreign
appqinUn-nt b,ut other combina
tions were too strong for him to
overcome. It is very probable, how
ever, that thp appointment will not
be eiven to" a '.western man. The
rBamgs oi Q en. Butler and ex-Post-
' piaster General 'Cresswett ar$ bUfc
gestea,' bat t certain that the iat?
terwuin,ot accept, imq u Rprana.
vHe the fences: ww J
."r . ueciine the
.-. tendered to him.
It is estimated that more that 100
houses in this city were unroofed
ty the tornado on Saturday. Fears
are entertained that several persons
who were down oh tbe Potomac in
jOttall boats on an excursion have
.lost taelr lives, as no tidings have
beta received as to their safety.
New YoRK,'July 7.
A special to the Times from Au
gusta, Maine, says .that a letter
from Speaker Blaine, accepting the
nomination to - Congress, will be
Washington-, July 7.
The AttorneytQeneral has deci
ded that the 20th section of the act
of June 30th, 1864, provides only
for refunding the duties collected
under the joint resolution, of April
29th, 1874, upon Importations made
upon the t29th and 30th days of
April, of that year.
"JSaW IORR-, July 7.
The Montreal Rifle Club chal
lenged the National Rifle Associa
tion to shoot simultaneous matches,
the Canadians to shoot at Montreal
and the3 National Association at
Creedmore.. The challenge has
been accepted, and the match comes
off one week from Saturday next,
at short raige.
New York, July C.
The Aleamer arrived from Eu-
ropeyeaterday and brought three
thousand one hundred and two em
igrants, including six hundred
Mocmea who started for Utah this
morning. A noticable feature of
the company was that a large pro
portion of them were good looking
biunsi young women, who seemed
somewhat ashamed of their posit
ion and avoiding glances from
strangers as much much as possible.
The different steamship lines are
taking back many more steerage
Hiwn:ugara man usual uus time oi
.the year, some of them say more
Uian ever before, This they attrib
utes to two causes, cheapness of
passage and scarcity of wo.k
throughout the country.
New York, July 7.
At a meeting of the medical fac
ulty held last evening in the Col
lege of Physicians and Surgeons,
on the call of Professor Hammond
to consider the hydroyhobia ques
tion and to suggest treatment, va
rious opinions were submitted and
discussed, and resolutions were
passed censuring the muzzling of
dogs aud recommending the posi
tion of the general dog tax, recom
mending that the canine teeth or
fangs be blunted invariably, and
recommending the destruction, sci
entifically, by authorized persons,
of All dog3 not so licensed or whose
fangs, were unblunted. They also
recommend a pound for stray dogs.
Several persons were injured,
some severely, by the premature
explosion of fireworks during a pub
Ut displaj' o;i Washington square
Wall street j'esterday was gener
ally weak with a heavy decline and
limited sales, the decline , being at
tributed to the Wisconsin railroad
Lono Branch, July 7.
Tlif n(ffinlniir nr. ilio Arnnmrmfli
Park rapes to-day was almost as big
as on Thursday, and includes many
of the leading turf men and distin
guished visitors resident at the
Brancji. Tie weather fs splendid,
and heavy pools are selling on the
The first raco was for the hopeful
stakes, valueSoOO added to a sweep
stakes; fifty each to two year olds,
the second to recoivo one hundred
and fifty; third horso fifty. "
were twenty-four entries. '
The race was won by August Bel
mont, C. R. C. Babylon Hicthcock
Colt, second; James, third; Aris
trides. Onelie and Lizzie, were
among the starters n the pools sold
before the rape, .Jarnes A. sold for
300; Lizzie, SCO; Reynolds, Onelie
and Marrls Colt, 115; Filla 32C;
time, 5 01.
KAflKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York, July 7.
Money. Liberally offered; at2J
3 per cent,
Exchange Dull but firm; 488
for sixty days, and 4 90 for sight.
Gold Heavy; declined from
110at the opening, to 109J; now
selling at 109 j.
Governments Heavy and lower;
principal dealing being in regular
65s or 1881, 11C J; coupons'64s; 116J;
coupons G7s, 116J; coupons 62s, 113.
Under the influence of continued
free sales by the holders of stocks,
induced by a more formidable oper
ation on the part of the grangers
toward the railroad men, more es
pecially of Wisconsin and Iowa, the
entire stock market is heavy and
lower. Lake Shore, Northwestern,
Rock Island, Western, Ujdon, and
Union Pacific were" the principal
stocks. "Lako Shore doolined from
"5 to 741; Erin. 315 to 30; Northwest
ern, 40$ to 39t. There was a slight
rally subsequently, but the mrfcet
New York Produce Market.
New York, July 7.
Flour Dull; superfine State and
western, 4 95a5 30; extra., 5 80a
Wheat Steady; No 1 spring,
138al 39; No 2 Chicago, 1 31al 82;
No 2 Milwaukee spring, 1 36al 38.
Corn Quiet; western mixed
Oats Active; western mixed,
Rye J aOall?,
Provisions Quiet, but firmer.
Pork New mess, 18 75 bid.
Beef Plain new mess, 15 000 ask
ed. Bacon Short rib, 9al0; long
Cut Meats Picked hams 13al4 ;
shoulders 7a tt hams 14Jalo.
Dressed H.ogs TJa".
Tall -.v 8Ja9.
Leather m good demand, for
better grades of hemlock; lower
STEAM ENGPE C0J
(Successors to Hall Bros,)
And cut hinds of
Corner 2Ticholas & 16t7 Streets,
Death of a Venerable English
When Von Bismarck Gets to
Kessengen He Won't Find
the King of Bavaria.
The Cable Steamer Faraday not
Lost as was Supposed.
-'London, July 7.
Earl Dalhousie died yesterday,
aged 73 years.
London, July 7.
The Vienna Free Press asserts
that the king of Bavaria will not
visit Prince Bismarck at Kessengen.
UAYONNE, juiy i.
The Carlists are making every
possible use of their present oppor
tunities. Their forces now threaten
Castro, Urdiales and Larado.
Havana, July 7.
The American vessels in the har
bor were decorated with flags on
the Fourth of July, in celebration of
Captain-General Concha has or
dered that municipal taxes be paid
one-half in paper and one-half in
gold, or its equivalent in paper at
the rate of 140 per cent, premium,
the government reserving the right
to alter the premium in the future
as occasion may require. The war
subsidy is to be paid in the same
way as the municipal taxes. The
merchants have begun to sell ex
change for gold.
Paris, July 7.
Excitement runs liich nf Ver
sailles. The Legitimists Deputies,
to the number of one hundred, have
decided to vote against the ministry
to-rnorrow. They have drawn up an
order of the day censuring the gov
ercment for abuse of oowers con
ferred during the state of siege, but
avoiding any mention of the man
ifesto of Count de Chambord.
The position of tho ministry Is
critical, and it is thought that some
changes will be unavoidable. If
the evident coillation in favor ot
Perrin'r bill should succeed, the sit
ting of the Assembly to-morrow
will result in a dissolution, unless
the fear of such a step should re
strain the opponents of the govern
ment. The fui.eral of M. De Goulard
took place to-day.
Hon. George Bancroft has arri
ved here and will leave for London
Wednesday. He visited ex-president
Ha li fax, July 7.
Capt, Colby of the steamer Fal.
mouth which arrived this forenoon
from Pertland reports that at half
past one p m yesterday about six
miles west by northwest, off P"- T
land, ho passed. -i . . ,'ul Js"
or wi"- T, , -.Jg rigged steam
.x cable laying gear attached
to her bow.
It is supposed to be the missing
steamer Faraday. The steamer Am
bassador which was sent in search
of tho Faradaj', arrived here at
five o'clock this morning.
Z Chicago Pruuuce Market.
Chicago, July 7.
Flour Quiet and unchanged.
AYlieat Opened firm and shade
higher; closed at an advance. No
1, 1 lojal 1G; No 2 dull, 1 lljal 12;
closed 1 lljal 12; cash 1 15; closed
1 15;ful3'l 18J; August 1 04al 15;
rejected 9G; No 2, Minnesota 1 17.
Corn Active, strong, and nigher:
mixed, CO; No 2, 60G0j; closed)
G03; cash, 591G0J, closed, 60; bid
July, GOJ; bid August for rejected,
Oats Fairly active, firm and
higher: No. 2, 44J45; rejected,
Rye Shade better; 83S4.
BarleyNominally, 1 101 20.
Pork Stronger, higher, 18 8085
cash or July closed 18 G2J; August
iLard Firm 11 35.
Butter Firm 1725.
Eggs Steady 12113.
On the call board this afternoon,
wheat closed 13J?: July 8?,
Corn Stropg, 61 f July and Au-
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. liquid jujy 7
Flour CU nd. neainal.
"Whtt Itrejpuar and lower;
sample lets 0f stricUy prime to fan
cy, 1 251 35 ; No. 2 red winter,
Corn Higher ; No. 3 mixed, 59c
in east elevator ; 58.59c seller for
Oats Higher; No 2, 5555Jc in
Whisky Steady at 03.
Pork Higher at 20 00.
lard Firm; snmmer, 101c
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, July 0.
Cattle Receipts, 2,900; Quiet,
lower ; Texans, 3 504 00 ; good to
choice steers, 5 105 55; extra prime
steers, 6 126 65.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000; moder
ately active, rahter firmer, poor to
choice, 5 209 GO, and closed steady
with pens nearly ernpty,
Hbeepr-Nx receipts ; dull and
weak ; poor to medium 2 503 50;
fair to choice 3 75a4 25.
J. -SCHOONMAKER & SON
FX0FBIST0R3 07 THI
Jlan-- ' "
ctnrers ol fitrloUy Pure
Wkite Lead, Bed Lead, Utkarge
Pattj, Cokrs Dry aadiaOiU
dttdv vronnvD conv.
IUHB IIUWIAJUI. . UUltlUD
The strongest and brightest green
manaucturerea. - ,
zuarintee our braqd ol Slrlcllr Pure
White lead to be free from lmpurltlea, and
.n car 150 in cold for ererr ounce of adul
i laia'ion found in thU packaze.
M. HELLM4.N ft CO.,
a-:E:ETa?s, PUBUisHiira- goods,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET. COR. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises the Latest 2TovltLeff.
We Haye also a Full Line in BOY'S
WE WILL SELL
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, REFELLANfS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also YELYET & BEATER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
IjAZJIES' JLND OSCCXaX3Z1.3EZfl
MERINO "UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINEN IN GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OH CLOTES, MATTING RU&5, AND HATS.
CHEAPER 1?S:A.sr ITEIiEl CHEAPEST
QJEa:AE,-l.HiS SBlTJ-HsTaTrTTg- -
Furniture, bedding, Mixrors,
ad every-;ng pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
.joi'EBY -trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a .complete, assctment oi 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:SjLTS, LOUNGES fec. UPHOLSTERED1AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
Ac, &c, &c.
S. B. .'OR.or Fl T andFARNIIAn.
Schneider & Burmester
riN, COPPER AND SHEET IR03
WARE. DEALERS IH
Cooking and Ha.tla( Stores.
Tin RogSne, Spouting and Guttering don
abort notice and lc its beat mauner.
lltein trct acpt24
City Meat Market.
Spep'constactlf on .hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
.. . w
fj-ng SUICi JUGuluIU
OTJRGOODS LOWER T? IAN EVER.
M. HEIXJLAN &, CO.
FALL STOCK!, 1873.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
203 Fatzi1iyxi. Street.
FRANK J. BAMGrE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ASL DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING OODS.
fall ssortmeHlof Imported Woolew. All Work Warraateil.
2b2 Farnh.amSt, . . Omaba, ZTb
0"U"IsrE 18th, 1S7-4!
FROM TIHS DATE WE WILL SELL
At Greatly Reduced- Prices !
MRS. C. F. HICKMAN.
Cor. 13t2i and S&rney Strts,
OCA-S:.. - - - IsTEB.
238 sFarnliani St 2Tar 14tli.
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