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THE OMAHA J) AIL Y BEE.
OMAHA FRIDAY MOHNIiSTGk JULY 10, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWARD HOSEWATEB, EAUTta& Prop'
TERMS OK SOBSCBIPTIOK:
One copt, one year. In ,dTnre- -l
1 three nwDina -" -
nr not raid in France, 8 per annum will
three nnthi in adTance.
LEADING HATTEB !
Q1AEA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
TarcUureA Smith. 185 lUrner atieet. bet.
JyL"th and 12th. dectttl
GLASS A!M KOrUaS Fa JE8
JBeinnart, 1S5 Uou.lu street, deala In
.window J and plcturj Iram ja. Staling
done to order. .ttl
BOOTS AED BHOES.
PaUlp Lang, 155 Farnham at, between loth
HL. Latey, corner lKh and Dv-uglai slreeia.
minufiCturer and whulale dealer In
caodaand confectionery. Country trade ao
,landi Elliot, coal, lime, cement "air .etc.,
154 Farnham it.
J A. P. der, drusgiit, corner 12. h and ilar
- f J2guttr, So. 200 Farnham at.
Ani-w IaalJ'lr7 opened at oil Hth at., It
FaroUaLodbouslaa. The waging and
irouta J wiSto done to crder, tinted work
Lehman A Rrd, houe ..JHlh
I lOtii at. bet. F .rnham and Harney. aKU
Frmlum Soap Woria, Powell A Co, allll
n"nTacre their Premium Soap. Hre
ratwemlumTawarfedby thel-ongla county
Ed i&alrs, and Pottawatumie county, la.
Orir aoli-uUja"" uw .-.
E. ESTABEOJK. . M. FRANCIS
ESTABR00K& FRANC IS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE-Creuchtcn Block, Omaha, bj
DEXTER L THOMAS,
.Attorney and" Counselor at Lw.
-v?PTnE-Encra Bo Vbacner'i Block,
OMAHA - ' '
Atterert-Law aai SelfcJUW 1
.FFIOfc-Orar Pint Hatlowd Bank,
Attorney at Law
(Campbell J Bkck,t
1091.J JHIBTEE5TH STBEET. OMAHA
BALBWIS t O'BBIEW.
Offlce-CiUweU Block, Douglaa Ettart,
,ViHA .. - - UEBBASKA.
JOHN C. COWIN,
. T. W. T. JUclwrds,
Attorney at Liaw,
Oce510 1:lth SU, bet. Fnilu
aad DoHglaa, Omaha, 3feb.
r 0. Box 80 """
O. H. BA1XO W. C-.OLASOOW
Ballon & Glasgow,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offico nCrsSxiton'abea- block, eoutheait eor
n... . KF.K.
LAVAGE ft MANDERSOW,
Attorneys at Law,
912 FABSHAM 8TKEAT.
Haj--'Ji lllmtha Nebraaka
csasLca v wDajt. '
KT T "RTTRNttAM.
XTTOBSEf ASD COUNSELXO IT
Ko. 260 Farnham Street
OMAHA - '- NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Attorney- at -Law
Eoont Ko. 1, S. E. Corner 15th and Douglaa SU,
OMAHA, - - KEBR.
, spaCH. prFairrT
SPAl'N & PRITCHE1T,
AttorBejs vA CMselr at Uw.
. 806 Twelt-itixect.
I 4 . Iek Rn . Omaha, 3k.
G. W. AMBROSE,
uttoTiioT - - 3L flw-
KEDICKS OPERA. H0USE
JOBS B. KaCLLKV,
Attorney 1 CounseloratUw
Mea-BocmfJraightoaSkek, - 0MAXA.
COLLECTIOSS SOLICITED AND PEOMPT
ly attended to. So charj nnWaa etUae-
Uona are suae, nouiea w -ected.
Seal eiUte bought aid aold. apl'tl
We J. GONNELLp
llor mt :
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K & JOHN W. LYTLE,
ftrkt Atteney for iitm I Jb4
ktelSbtrM. THCS4ath tU ot Farmhaat. betwaaa
WfcftaWfclH.. eyraaata CwnHw.
The deed is done, and Hanscomb
Is supremely happy.
Senatorial candidates -will do
well to watch the Superintendent of
Immigration, and the Ko-opa.
Buffalo Bill and Texas Jack
are expected to run for the Nebraska
legislature this fall.
The milL of the Gods, or rather
the mills levied upon our citizens
ly the City Council, grind slowly
but very sure.
Axd now it is rumored that Mrs.
George Washington Van Cott is to
be elected Superintendent of the
M. E. Sunday School by acclama
tion. Some of our over-worked school
teachers are takiug advantage of
"vacation" to restore their worn,
down musular power by teaching
down musular power uy teacinng
over-grown boys in private schools
DisitAELi predicts a great social
and political upheaval among the
civiKzed nations of the earth. In
this gloomy prophecy, the British
Premier is only g few years behind
George Francis Train.
Accobdixq to Councilman Gib
son, the editorials for the Omaha
Herald and Jlepublican are written
by interested outsiders, who do not
own property on St Mary's avenue,
or Eighteenth street
Picnic "Williams, of New York
is by no means to be confounded
with Lieutenant George O. Wil
liams, formerly of the Omaha poli
tical bummer brigade, who now
pick-nicking at the New York
A St. Louis contemporary com
plains that the mosquitoes are un
usually large this season. The only
satisfaction that people who are
gbliged to remain in that city can
get frnqi this is the hope that the
old bull rnosqui&Msi will loaf around
the back yards it night and eqt up
thp torn pats.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York July 9.
Governments Firm, shade lower
Coupons, '81, 1G1; '02, 12J; '64,
121: '65, 161: new 20s, 151; '6", li
'68, 162; new lives, 12$; 10-40s, 12J;
S'tQflkBsrExcited - and lower; the
bull clique which carried up rates
so rapidly upon th.o signature of the
currency bill by the president, has
been dismembered by Granger
troubles, and report of the forma
tion of a telegraph company in op
position to the Western JJnion, also
had its effect Prices fluctuated,
bqt at the close were below the
lowest prices for the daj-, and the
market closed greatly demoralized.
Western Union Telegraph at 70;
Pacific Mail at 41 i; Itov Vork Central-
98$: Erie 30j; Erlo preferred
48; Northwestern 26J; Northwent
n TtroforKwl fi& Rock LJand 96):
fit, Paul 36; St Paul preferred 52;
VYaDasn ijijj: wauasuprcierreu uu,
Ohio & MississfppJ 3; Lake Shore
71 J; Union Pacific 85$,
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
Chicago, July 9.
Flour Quiet and unchanged,
Wheat Dull and weak; prices
Jower; No 1, 1 16; No 2, 1 12jl 1SJ;
closed at inside price; cash or July,
1 18K31 JS No 3 August closed at
1 15, rejected, 96; fto 2 Minnesota,
1 181 20; red winter, nomjqal at
Coin Fairly active, firm and a
shade lower; high mixed, 59j60;
No 2. 591(C0; closed at 59 bid;
cash, 59, closed at 59 bid; July or
August, rejeciea, oiwoif,
ww , rjv ' '
Wnrlf.r Dull ami nominal.
-:-' ; . '.'
Fork upenea wea ana lower;
closed steadier at 18 9019 00 for
" - W I j fM-
Lard Quiet and steady at 111
Butter Steady and unchanged.
Eggs Unsettled, 1113.
Whisky Firm at 94J,
On open board this afternoon
wheat closed at 1 121 13 for July
Corn quiet at 39J for July ; 59J
59 for August
St. Loult PrriucB Market.
St. Louis, July .
Flour Quiet and unchanged.
Wheat Firmen No. 3, red fall
Corn Higher; No. 2 mixed, 61
Oats Firmer; So. 2, 54c.52i;
Whisky Steady at 9s.
Bacon 4 905 78
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CniCAOO, July 9.
Cattle Receipts, 2,900; market
firmer ; Texans, 3 504 75 ; good to
choice steers, 5 006 00; extra prime
Steers, 6 106 70; cattle for only
one lot fancy.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 ; moder
ately active, rather firmer, commtn
to medium, 5 405 75; fair to choice
5 8006 20.
Sheep Nc receipts; dull and
weak; poor to medium 2 603 50;
fair to choice 3 75a4 25.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, July 9.
Hogs Receipts, 1,870, for light
Cattle Receipts, 1,730; Texans
54J; native cows and heifers 1 75
3 75; good to extra steers, 4 50
Specially BaporUd for tha Omai Sally Bee,
IrthaAtlaatio Pacife Ttltjitlb Ce.
POBKTSMoUTH, N. H., July 9
The ship Faraday arrived this af
ternoon all right, having been de
tained several days by foe.
The Ambassado - Is expected to
return here immediately, when the
cable will be laid forthwith.
Boston, July 9.
In the matter of the Union Pacific
Railroad and the petition for its
bankruptcy, notice was to-day filed
in the United States circuit court,
of the withlrawal by the petitioner
of his appeal irom the adverse dis
cussion of Judge Lowell, thus end
ing the case in favor of the road.
Chicago, July 9.
It is understood that the oflScers
of the C B.N4V.Q. R.H. contemplate
giving the Iowa farmers better
freight rates than is prescribed by
the State law. Their rates on grain
are lower than those fixed by law.
Neither the C. B. & Q. nor the C
& N. W. roads have yet prepared
their schedule of Iowa tariffs.
"Washington, July 9.
It has been decided at the Inte
rior Department, that after a home
steader has completed a term of
five years, further residence is not
required to entitle him to a patent;
also that a residence in a double
bouse built on a dividing line be
tween adjoining homesteads, is a
residence in complianco with the
Memphis, July 9.
There was a general rain through
out the surrounding country last
right A hurricane at 3rand
Junction prostrated the telegraph
wires and did considerable damage.
During a game of bae ball in the
suburbs yesterday an affray occurred
between the members of the club
and a negro who had been ordered
out of the way and had answered
by firing a pistol at the catcher.
The negro was shot in the back and
Norfolk, Va., July 9.
The mail and express cars on the
eastward bound train, on the At
lantic, Mississippi & Ohio Railroad
were burned this afternoon with
their contents; a very large mail
and express matter. C. L. Jones
and J. L. Jenning3 were badly
turned. They were unable to give
the alarni, the b,ell rope having
burned antl after Ineffectual at
tempts to " extinguish tup flames
th.ey jumped from the car. The or
igin Qf w9 fire i3 unknown.
St. Paul, July 9.
Since tho Governor's appeal to
the war department is likely to be
refused on account of legal techni
calities, it is fitting that the people
of thfl United States should know
that the greatest jsstjtution exists
among tho seltlersjn southwestern
Minnesota, where tho crops have
beeu destroyed for two years. Ur
gent appeals must be made to
benevolent societies to assist in
yarding off from them what seems
hplp is needed. Contributions,
roon?y ur Clothjuffi should be ad
dressed to Ben, H- H. glblpy, or
Gov. C. K. DftVis,f Btf Paul Pro
visions are most needed.
WAbnixoTox, July 9
Bonds have been filed by the
commissioners of the Freedrnan's
Savings Bank and approved by the
spprgtary of war.
Th3 secretary pf wgr to-day re
ceived a letter from Gov, Davis of
Minnesota, in behalf of the people
suffering from tho grasshopper and
locust scourge In the southwestern
portion of the State. It says that
all the resources of the State have
been used to aid them, and asks
iht JgjljBO. the estimated worth of
two year quota pf arms now due
the State, may be served out in ra
tions in Hep thereof. Chief Clerk
Crosby forwarded the telegram to
Secretary Belknap at New London,
Conn., yith endorsement Ihere
appears to bo no authority of law
for diverting an appropriation frpm
its proper source, even In cases of
Mobj-quth Park, N.Y., July 9.
This is the third flay of the Park
race. In tho all ages purse? Si.QO,
distance a mile and a quarter, eight
started. B. F. Carver won in 3:13,
Katie Tecond quits third. The seo
ontf race for the Monmouth stakes,
J J miles, $ started. Regardless
won in 2:45, Bona.nturp second,
In the third race, for the Mansion
House stokes, two miles and a half,
three started. Tom Bowlln won in
4:53; Whisper second, and Rapson
The fourth and last race was a
hurdle, all ages, woltor weights,
over eight hurdles, purse $500 two
miles. The starters were Lime,
stone, George West, Cordeds, Aero
lite, Blind Tom, and Stockwood.
Llmestona wen The others fol
lowed In the orotr nampq Time,
San Francisco, July 9.
Tin? British steamer Tartar arri
ved lost night irorn Sidney. On the
morning of June 23d she struck on
a ooral reef, thew over a large quan
tity of coal and tho ship floated of!
safely on the morning of the "4th.
She sustained nut utile damage.
The steamer Tartar brings Hon
olula dates to June 27th. The leg
islative assembly had voted $50,000
for the encouragement of agricul
ture and the importion of laborers.
The King advises a reciprocity
treaty with the United States.
The petition for such a treaty had
been presented to the Assembly
with the King endorsement The
Assembly has voted $15,000 for the
purpose of erecting a palace for the
King. Ho asked for $50,000. A
correspondent of tho Gazette calls at
tention to the fact that several
members of the national legislature
had been seen in publio, helplessly
intoxicated. The local aotion ques
tion, It is said, will he the most im
portant one engaging the attention
of the people, and the legislature for
months to come.
The Sidney Herald of June 5th,
gives the particulars of the loss of
tue Iron clipper snip Bntisn Almi
ra, on the West side of King's Isl
and. Out of 88 persons only 9 sur
vived to tell the tale of the awful
disaster. Tills Is the eighteenth
vessel wrecked on King's Island
since 1840; and over 800 persons"
have perished on its shores. The
Captain and principal officers were
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Communication from General
Sheridan Concerning an Ex
pedition Against the
The Boys in Blue Celebrate the
Glorious Fourth by Wiping
Out Fifty Red-Skins.
New Orleans, July 9.
United States Consul Wilson,from
Matamoras, states that the legisla
ture of Tamaulipas has reinstated
Cortina as mayor of ttie city. The
news caused considerable excite
ment Cortina's friends are jubi
lant. Gov. Banales was opposed to
the reinstatement of Cortina.
New York, July 9.
During the last few weeks, work
men have been busily engaged de-
IIlOllMUllg 111U 1UU11S1U11, luiumij
occupied by Nathan, on Twenty
third street, whose mysterious mur
der a few years ago, is still fresh in
the public mind. Day-before yes
terday, some workmen discovered
a package in the building, which
evidently had been hidden foryears.
On being unfolded, it proved to be a
night shirt, covered with blood. It
is thought the discovery may taid
Daniel Queen, tax receiver of
Greensburg, who disappeared a few
days ago, is said to be a defaulter to
the extent of $28,000.
New York, July 9.
A Herald Springfield, Massachu
setts, special says: Brown will,
soon issue a challenge to Sadler, to
row him on an y kind of a course,
and for any amount of money.
Scharfl is not intimidated by the
defeat he met with yesterday, and
will be out in a few days with a
sweeping challenge to any man in
the country except Brown.
Stocks were dull yesterdaj and
but little business was transacted.
Bondholders of the Central Railroad
of Iowa met yesterday to devise a
course of action in view of a default
on the part of the company to pay
the scrip interest due July 1st. A
committee will be appointed to pro
tect the interests of bondholders.
It was rumored in Wal street
yesterday that the principal trunk
railroads were going to build tele
graph" lines over their roads from
the Atlantic, seaboard to the vc-t
for a new telegraph company.
Chicago, July 9.
The will case of. M. O. Walker,
involving $2,000,000 worth of prop
erty, was called .yesterday in the
courts, and will continue some
The photographers hold a nation
al ' convention Jigrc qji Tuesday
. Tho Baltimore base ball club
played the white stockings yester
day. AVhites 9, Baltimores 1.
Buffalo, N. Y., July 8.
John W. Standart, of Elmira, N.
Y,, yesterday in attempting to shoot
hJmMf &Hot. his wife, te bai enter
ing her heandfeaving bet n, a
rwanous 'condition. Stantlart, in
u way discouraged, then drew a
raV, cut hts owil "t aa dJed
before assistance arrived. Tempo
rary bwnjty Is supposed to be the
Chicago, July 9,
The following dispatch WR3 re
ceived at military headquarters last
Lone Tube, Neb., July 8.
7b Gen. Ji. C. Drum, U. S. A. C7-
In consequence of the many de
predations by the Sioux in the Wind
River Valley on the white settlers
aad the fcihoshoueso Indians, oup of
the latest being the murder and hor
rible mutilation of two white wo
men. Dr.Irvin, agent for the Sho
sbonese, made the request thtthe
B'foux frffauldjje puujshed, if possi
ble. On the morning of the 2d of July,
while General Ord and myself were
at Camp Brown, an opportunity
presented itself and Captain Torry,
of, the Thirteenth Infantry, com
manding Camp Brown, was direc
ted to send Captain Bates arid
Lieutenant Roblneon with Com
pany B, Second Infantry, aeoom
panied by twenty Indian scouts
qnjler Lieutenant iVmg of the
Fourth Infantry, and about 150
Shoshoneso nnder their ohiof, Va
shakle, to attack a camp of Sioux
lately established on the north side
of tjio Qw) mountain range where
the Whid rjvpr breaks through, dis
tant about 90 miles from Camp
The attack was made at 3 p. m.
July 4th. Tha result being fifty
Sioux killed and wounded, and over
one hundred horses captured. Our
loss two men killed, and Lieutenant
Young and three men wounded
'Lieut. Young not dangerouslj.
Captain Torrey telegraphs that thp
result was not as satisfactory as de
sired on account of the behavior of
the Shoshonese. Capt Torrey went
out on the 5th with ambulances and
lidditlonal men to meet Captain
Signed P. a. SnratiDAX,
Fort Wayne, Ind., July 9.
A man named Evans, living at
Warsaw, Ind., who was bitten by t
rabia dog some ten days since, on
yesterday began to show symptoms
of hydrophobia. Dr. Woodworth,
of tills place, was telegraphed
for, Sand found the man
suffering most terrible agony.
Everything possible was done to re
He, e him without avail. Physi
oians sav he cannot possibly recover.
The Mayor has issued a proclama
tion ordering the police to shoot
every unmuzzled dog wherever
found within tho oity limits, and
tlui law Is being actively enforced.
Missouri Valley, July 9.
A heavy windstorm here yester
day ble'w down a portion of the
Sioux City & Pacific round-house.
It also unroofee' two buildings at
truraa Hicmiiivl mhhprs entered a
( hoase yesterday about three miles
froBaj Here, ana roooeu a man oi
thirty dollars in silver. The man
8ayshecwounded one of the robbers
In the encounter, but they, all made
good their escape. The man that
wa robbed ie named CMeli
A Budget of News, Political and
Financial, frtm the Capital.
A Traveling Gentleman's Views
Concerning the Western and
Southern Peoples' Opin-
ion of .the
He Says That Their Minds Are
Changed, and They Don't
Want'Ajiy More of It
Washington, July 9.
The sub-committee of the Senate
committee on transportation will
soon begin its further investigation
int all-questions at issue between
railroad .companies and .the govern
ment ,in relation to compensation
for carrying the malls. The report
of Senator Mitchell to the full com
mitteb,has just been printed and
has received full endorsement by
his associates. The committee is to
sit at some time during the lecess
to propose a bill fixing new rates of
compensation on the space occupied
by the mails, speed and frequency
of service, and defining the right of
eminent domain, whereby the rights
of-the government may be fully
protected against any troublesome
action of any railroad in future, in
refusing to accede to such reasona
ble terms and arrangements as the'
government may prescribe for trans
portation. A gentleman holding a govern
ment office, which makes it his
duty to make frequent tours over
tint part of the United States lying
west of the Alleghanies, returns to
tho city this morning from an ex
tended oxpursion over that section,
and reports that tho sentiment of
the mass of the people with regard
to inflation lias undergone a most
radical and complete change.
He states that when making
a similar trip in December and Jan
uary last, he found. the weight of
opinion in favor of inflation; now,
however, It is altogether changed,
and IJoutwell is receiving praise
from all parties for the soundness
of hN views, as set forth in his ad
vocacy of the do-nothing policy.
This the people have come to con-,
cede" as wise, and the result, it is
predicted, will be the election of a
Congress this fall, the great ma
jority of whom will be committed
to that theory.
The gentleman in question docs
not explain how this remarkable,
change has been effected, but is hi;
clined to attribute 'it to the cool re
llcction that followed the fever
brought on bj the panic, which so:
ber thought ho thinks, was greatly
aided by President Grant's veto
message, and the publication of Mr.
The Attorney General has ap
pointed A. G. Riddle to prosecute
the parties concerned tiip bogus
s-Jp burgjarly In PMrfrt Attorney
Harrington's pffiiJe, Sir. Riddle
was formerly a member of Congress
from Ohio, but has been for thopast
few years practicing law in this
city. His reputation as a crimi
nal lawyei is the best in
the District, and it is be
lieved that he will ferret out the
conspiracy in al its details, gome
bbjedlidn to Kim' is-baspy on the
fapj that he was employed by Har,
ringtou to appear as his counsel be
fore the investigating committee.
"C -"' not however, render any
service in that capacity, and iiis
high standing ?nd good charactf r
are guarantees that he will perform
the service' to which he has just
been cnJlet faithfully and conscien
The 0 per cent registered bonds
now outstanding amount to $1,213,
500,000, and of this amount nearly
S88,000,000 arc held by national
banks on deposit with the comptrol
ler of the currency to secure circu
lation, in addition to nearly $134,
000,000 of the 5 per cent bemds of
1S31. The annual intprest on the
6 per cent bonds of the banks
amount to $4,600,000, and on the 5
per cent bonds to$0,697,340.
The syndicate for the negotiation
pf the new loan lias entirely gone
to pieces, and the last of thp. force of
Treasury employes who were en
gaged In London, returned to Wash
ington about two weeke since. The
total amount of this loan registered
on May 1, was $196,565,800, distri
buted as foliows: Foreign, $8,703,-050-
domestic, SaalSSQ; National
Banks on deposit, as" above stated,
The recont circular of the Comp
troller of the Currency, calling for
the condition of the national
hanks, on which to base a claim
uiuler'th'o law,' has be&n respondpd
to with such promptness that nearly
700, or one-third, of the reports
J)3ve been already received up to tho
close of busiiess toay.
New York, July 9.
The board oi aldermen to-day
nassed resolutions calling upon Gov.
Dix to suspend and impeach Mayor
Mayor Havemeycr to-day appoin
ted ex-police commissioner Gardi
ner oxcisp pommissioner, to fill va
ennev caused by' promotion ofVoor-
hees to the police board. It is sta
ted that this was the understanding
npon which Gardiner resigned last
The Committee appointed to wait
on Gov. Dix, and present charges
against Mayor Havermeyer, arrived
at his country residence, at Seafield,
TL T.. this mornincr. and will meet
the Governor this morning, and re
turn to-night oain the morning.
Rev. Dr. G C Larriiner, Rev. G
E Peuton, and Rev. G R Seymour,
"Baptist clergymen of Boston, sailed
for Europe to-day in the Cunard
steamship Calabr'a. A large num
ber of their friends accompanied
them from Boston, and at the Pier
bid them adieu, with many hearty
wishe. for their safe return.
GW. Fowler, a laborer workngi
on tho new Tribuno building, fell
from the scaffold to the ground, a
distance of sixty feet, killing him
instantly. His neck was broken
and his right leg crushed and man
gled. Alut eighty dogs were suffocated
at the pound this morning. The
dogs were placed in the tank and
the gas turned on, ana m a mue
over twenty minutes they were
The President and Mrs. Grant,
accompanied by General and Mrs.
Babcock and Senator Jones and
tamilv. arrived in the city from
Long Branch this afternoon The
1 party will return to Long Branch
to-night or to-morrw.
War Department, ")
Adjutant General's Office, -Washington,
July 8. J
General Oftler Xo. SO.
The authority of the division or
department commander must be ob
tained for the transportation by ex
press of funds to pay the depart
ment Said transportation will be
furnished by the quartermaster's
department, when application is
made in person to the quar
termaster by the jmymaster for such
transportation. The receipt of the
quartermaster will be for sealed
packages, said to contain so much
money, wnen me application is
made by mail, the paymaster will
send a cheek to the order of the
quartermaster, who will receipt to
tht. former for the actual amount to
be transported to the points desig
The object of this last regulation
Is to obviate the necessity of jour
neys to procure funds by paymasters
it being neither expedient or eco
nomical; nor should the3' be absent
from their posts for such purposes,
as, for instance, to repair from fct.
Paul or Omaha to Chicago, the pay
master will not treat these transac
tions as an actual transfer of funds for
which the quartermaster's receipts
would be tho vouchers; but will
upon his weekly and monthly re
turns, during the pendency of trans
portation, account for this portion of
his balance, as Jn tho prpcess of
transportation by the quar?
termaster's department, from and to
the quartermaster's department,
must be able to show due care and
precaution in providing for this
transportation, butif loss of funds
occurs by unavoidable accidont, as
by shipwreck or fire, it remains for
the paymaster to seek relief by
application to the court of claims or
General ordr No. 18, of October
28, 1873, from this office, is hereby
rpspjnded by order of the Secretary
Thomas M. Vincent,
Ass't Adj't. General.
Ass't. Adj. Gen.'s Office,
llEADqyARTERS Of ARMY
Sjiecial orders Ab. 22. First,
Leave of absence for four months is
hereby granted Captain Lloyd
Wheaton, Twentieth Infantry, to
take cjTept on his return from
the Black "Ililis "expedition.
Second, so much of special order
Xo. 19, current series from these
headquarters, as transfers First Lt.
J. M. Ingalls, First Artillery, from
company M to battery K, is hereby
revoked, and First L.t. John Dillen
bach, First Artillery, is transferred
from company D to battery K. in
his place, and will comply with the
requirements of the above named,
President McMahon Wants
Adjournment of the Assem
bly. Rather than tho
"Resignation of His
A Prominent London Newspa
per's Opinion on the Pro:
ty Betweenthe Uni
ted States and
London, July 0.
The Times Paris correspondent
telegraphs that McMahon in his
forthcoming message will probably
state that he could not accept the
resignations of the ministry because
they defended his powers, and he
wished to save the country from the
new ministerial crisis He will re
quest the assembly to hasten action
on finances, then adjourn some
months and on reassembling, deti
hltely orgauize his powers.
Pakis, July 9.
There is great excitement in thi
city over to-day's sitting of the As
sembly at Vprsaijles. The order oi
the day which had been agreed upon
between the Right andLeft Centres,
was moved and formally voted
upon this afternoon, resulting in
the defeat of. the government by a
majority of forty-five votes. Tho
order of the day acted upon defend
ed tho polipy of Pj-csident MoMn
lion, and was acceptable to tho gov
ernment, whose defeat places tho
ministry In a very critical position.
The dissolution of the Assembly is
Loxpo-, July 8.
A Times' Paris' special dispatch
says that the Right and Left Cen
tres have agreed upon an order of
day, declaring that the assembly Is
determined to defend Marshal Mc
Mahon's powers from every attack
of their opponents. The Cabinet
still has a majority of fifty in the
Assembly, but theBonapartists and
the greater portion of the mod
erate Right, who are able to turn
the scales, are wavering. If the
government is defeated a dissolu
tion of thp Assembly is inevitable.
London, July 9,
The Morning Standard, review
tho proposed reciprocity treaty be
tween the United States and Cana
da, says that if adopted it will es
tablish a separate North American
Zollvereln In regard to all the essen
tial articles of trade between the
States and the Dominion, excluding
England from the Canadian mar
kets like a foreign and less favored
nation. The Canadian frontier will
be virtually obliterated, and the ab
sorption of the British .North Amer
ican Provinces by the United States
becomes only a question of time.
London, July 9.
Thp Herald special says: Min
ister Schenck to-day laid the corner
stone of Lincoln tower, which Is to
be erected In commemoration of tho
emancipation of slaves in the
United States. Speeches and
friendly interchange of sentiments
in the presence of a large gathering,
were the features of the day. The
structure will stand in a prominent
position in pouth London.
New York, July 9.
At the laying of the corner stone
of the Lincoln tower yesterday,
Rev. Newman Hall, of New Chapel,
delivered an eulogy on Lincoln.
The tower, which is erected by
joint subscriptions by Englishmen
and Americans, was decoiaUdwith
flags and arms of both nations.
M. HELLMAK & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET,
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SZFZRIJSTGr AJETTj SUZJUCIEIR, SE-ASOUST
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises the Latest XToveltioff.
THE LATEST STALES ZXT SATS AJTD CAPS.
We Have also a Full Line in BOY'S aui ItTJTIPS Clothing.
WE WILL SELL OTJRGOODS LOWER TJEA1ST EVER.
M. HIILU-MN & CO.
FAT.T. STOCK!, 1873.
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, RSPELLANTS,
ALPACAS & MC1IAIRS, also VELTET & BEATER CLOAKINGS,
A FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO TjNDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS,
TABLE LIXES IN GREAT TARIETT. A FULL LIXE.OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS. MATTING RUSS, AND MATS,
QZEJ-EAJPIEIIR Z?B:A.Isr THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining: to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
has a complete assortment ol FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods, which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it o the interest of evenr one desiring
anything ii tfeis line, to' examine his stock before purchas5
PARLOR:SiTS, LOUNGES ifccUPHOLSTEREDJ AND
. &c, A:c.
s. k. con.or jc: i: muIFArnii am.
Schucider & Burmester
m, COPPER AXD SHEET IROS
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Store.
Tin Hoofing, Spouting and Gutter' ngdoo
abort notice and ic ite teat manner,
iltrtn trcflt wpt34 d)
City Meat Markex.
Kpp constantly on'hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
XT 353 GE V .A. DE
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine and Medium
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
UOVRED TU OjCJjJbK.
SOS F".XMa.3a.voa.Stx-oot. OmAba.
PRANK J. RAM GE
DRAPER & TAILOR
ANL. DEALEB IK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
Full Assortment of Imported "Woolens. All Work Ytfurranieir.
2b2 7amh.&&iStv - . Omsriia, XTeb
O'CTJSrE 18th, 1S74I
FROM THIS DATE WE WILL SELL;
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
Cor. 13th. and Sarney Streets, .
.OMAHA. - - - HSTEIB.
233 FarnTaam St 2Tear 14th.
and Furnishing Goods.
TH - Altf" TECE CHEAPEST
COR. 13TH ST;
C. F. HICKMAN.
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