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lRNING. aTTJLY 16, 1874.
t J THE OMAHA
VOL. IV. """-' OMAHA THURSDAY IA
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THE DATLY BEE.
EDWARD BOSEWATFB, Editor wlPrep'r
lata ad Tenth.
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OMAHA BUSINESS' DDffiCTORT.
OB iaKKaa WAOveT.
McCIunsi Smith. 186 JUtbit atraei. wt.
8LAS3 AH1J PIOTUaE PA.tfES.
X Beinhirt. IK Iu lu itreat, dealei i
J .window gLus and picture Iramef. lua
dose to order. -2tf
BOOTS AED BH0E8.
blllp lanj, 135 ttraiua ai, .perwwn
HL later, corner 12th nd Dough atneu.
. mnufjcturer s4 wholewl 4atlr in
cmndw and conlctlonery. Country trade ao
Reeled. , Pl
COA - DEiLEES.
FiUndJ EIUt. cod, Umi,cBwnt hair ,ww
1J4 Farnhani it. iMSS
J A. B lcr,druggUVcoriir 12lh and Mr
Elgutter,TTo.2eoFarBiiBat. " 1-I7ii'
A new laoDdrr opened at all 11th at-, bt
A. Farntian. r od Dougla. Thr waahlnc and
Ironing will bo done toorJer, tiral t'-tm work
Lehuun & IWard, boue and algo painUri,
I xotli at. bet. F Tnuam and Harney. a2SU
TVemlum Sop WorWa, Powell Co, tlill
IT niann-nctnre . their Premium Soap. He
firit premium awarded by the lougla county
and Stat talri. and rottawatttrale county, la.
Orucri toll-utulliom the trade.
p. estabrojk: w. m.'fbancis.
ATTORNEYS AT XAW.
OFFICE-Crelehton Block, Omaha, Neh.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
literacy aa4" ICewucler at Law.
- - NEB
JOIDi W. JjYTLE,
Mtoneyt'Law u Swiietor i
Eqoltj. wlTTJb-OTwTint IaUd Kaak,
Attorney at Lawt
B061-2 IIIXTSEBTI BTXBT. OKAlA
a3lm . .
OUAHA. - - - - HE1
JOHN C. C0WIN,
T. W. T. Riclwrdi,
Attoiaiey at Law,
MkeSlwlSth St ket. Fanhaa
m4 DmsUs, Oaaka, He.
Ballon & Glasgow,
OBoa a Creighton'a tier block, aoothaaat cor
SAVAGE & MANDtRSON,
Attorneys at Law,
4tt FAJUTHAH BTKKATr '
J Ovate Habraaka
ATawKSCT iS CwCTStLLWt AT
K0.-4M Farnhaaa StreM
OMAHA - - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Boom H q. l , s. K. uoner HU mm 1
j. a. WAUk.
SPAl'N & PRITCHE1T,
Attwaqr v Cwjtow at Law.
oa. CM TwaK. tircat.
11mm. I iUT4M.Oaaaa.3ab.
0. W. AMBftOSE,
KE9ICKS OPEBA MOSK
OMAHA - YBBw'l
"ran O r -.
Attorney i CounMlorttLaw-
iylyaUeadM to. X ekeaa ! mtr
tians are made. Hoaaaa to let a4 WU cat.
- acted. BealeatataMWCktaWaeU. amt
W, J; OONHIXL.
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KS-aawtki atia -hi in iMiiiii
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Axd still the children cry for vr&
Somebody ought to issue a bull
against the comet to prevent him
from slashing around promiscuously
with his tail.
Since the Bee smashed the Ko
ops slate several standing candi
dates are promenading our streets
with sad, solemn and melancholy
The We&icher Jbrf,CarlShurz's
St Louis paper, admonishes the
Germans of Missouri not to allow
themselves to be inveigled into a
preposterous alliance with the Bour
bon Democracy by what the Jb
calls excessive beer madness ? Ger
man Hepublicans will do well to
profit by thisadmonition.
Councilman (President) Gib
son publicly acknowledged that he
can never relish a dish of ice cream
or an oyster stew without having a
copy of the Bee to flavor them and
he only patronizes restaurants that
sabseribe for the Bee. Such is also
the habit of the Ko-ops, who
buy their lager only where they
keep the Bee.
Twenty thousand dollars is all
thai an insurance agent demands of
the Omaha Bee for a blasted repu
tation. That agent has been slan
dered and his character damaged
to that exteat, but not alto
gether ruined, and yet we are
astonished that the demand i
go moderate. If it had been a light
ning rod pedler or a sewing ma
chine agent Kosewater would not
have been let off so easily, and our
advice to him now Is to pay that
amount and settle up before it is
too late. Any man who is capable
of saying anything mean enough to
damage the reputation of the aver
age insurance agent ought to be
hung. Kearney News.
An indiscriminate tiaugtder in
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
che volt shirts ot our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by T. Gottheimcr.
Broker, at 296 Fan.ham street.
Unredeemed Fledges for bale.
9th street between Jones and LeaTenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
TTIEPSTHE MOST COMPLETE ASSOET
JV met of Jadles' jnd Gents' straw hats, trim
med and uotrlmtapj, 1'arasoU. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks and all kinds of lry Goods,
Ladies' nd Gentr' Bo.ts, etc My line of Dry
Goods U Complete. Sclll'zonly lor .CASH, I
am able to UNDERSELL any other Dealer In
the Clt r. OorFBICESar.! LOWER than erer
hMrdu before. uiTl4-3m-nl
Patter's Block, Bet OalUcnda & wtbUr Eta,
Mifsfdacs Prescriptions carefully
OFFICE. Mo. S32 FARHHAH ST.
9-Otikt iircticliMr Tnl IsU In tlie city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS!
M4 3PairaralaAzxx flUt..
Bel. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Tatth extracted without pala. by use of Ml
troua Ozlda Tiaa.
Dtapcoaea hia ewa aaedrlaea, and besides
regular practice, makes specialities of Derange
aBtaasdrnsaaaa Pecoliar to Women, Flsta
la, Piles and other Diseases nf the Bactum.
Orna : Corner Farnham and 14th straeta,
Irat door to the right, op tf-lrr. Bsidcn .
210 Douglas street, beta ern 12 and 11th, next
to .Lutheran Church Omaha. Ieh. Addmaa
Lock Box SM. janldwtf
HB8. J. E.VAHDERCK
Kmldenee and ogt. 550 IVjdge at be" 11th nod
Upetlal attention paid to'obstetries and dls-
pecsujr io women ana cnuarcn. Rfu.
, WUTZ HAfliW, ?rop'r.
No. 10 DougUs Street, rorn!r Jfth.Oauha,
Nebraska. Hoard by the day or week,
iune 1. Tl
lit Car. ' amd KUvcaUi su.
All kinds of TAILORING. CWnins and re
ins- doaa at reasonable rau a. a nne lot oi
.nRKf.sHINU (lOOne easstantlT on band
BEDMAK & LEWIS,
Cor, 10th and Izard Streets
On hand and SAWED TO OEDEE.
J. O. EIA1TIE,
Dealer la Staple and Fancy
WW rat price paid for Country Produce.
Ibiek store, K.X. Gar. 1 fc Ohiaajo Eta,
imtt OMAHA, NEB.
XT. F. Soap Tactoryl
4t ttKA vf Ikai IThUh VW.Jb1
SaHroad. Bear the powder house. Maaulae
tarrsjist rlsssi aaap far home coosamptwo.
TTfllaaiTT JIB BZTAU. StUXJCK X
Wints, Liquors, Segars,
TBVC, AKB PIPES.
sTCaWarala Wteca aad
Oatwar at H'haa4Dedeateaets. opposite tha 1
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
gpacUlljaUperted ftr aka Omaka DaflyBa.
Vt Ua Atlaatie aa Paaiie TalaCraPb Co.
THE GARDEN CITY IN FUMES!
Another Disastrous Fire.
Full Particulars of the Great
Chicago, June 15. .
The fire commenced in that por
tion of the city, known as Chey
enne, on Taylor, between Twelfth
and Clark streets, and Fourth ave
nue. This part of the city consists
of the worst rookeries imaginable,
most of which were occupied as
houses of ill-fame. The alarm
struck from the corner of Twelth
and Clark streets, at half-past three
o'clock, and when, in a few moments
afterwards, the first engine arrived,
the whole area from 503 to 523
Clark street, through to Third ave
nue, was in names. r
The wind blew a gale-from 4he
southwest, and in spite of the ef
forts of the firemen, the fire crossed
Third avenue, communicating to
Queens Chapel (colored) on the east
side of that street The spread of
the flames southward on Clark was
checked at 5:27, although the build
ings from No. 527 to, 537 were badly
damaged. The building on the
northeast corner of Clark and Tay
lor caught fire at about four o'clock,
anu slowly burned northward till it
reached No. 467, where It was
checked. At the southern limit on
the west side of Third avenue is the
large distillery of G. C. Russell &
Co. This rookery was saved through
the exertions of the working men
of the place, thus presenting the
spread: of the conflagration south
ward on that street. - '
From this point the fire spread
with fearful rapidity in a north
easterly direction. At about five
thirty it had burned through to the
corner of Taylor and State streets.
The strange phenomenen, namely
the jumping of flames and. com
municating to buildings whole
squares distant was again witnessed
on this occasion. While the fire
had not crossed to the north side of
Taylor, Mr. Pryor's millinery on
the northeast corner of Polk street
and Third avenue, commenced
to burn, and in spite of the exertions
of an engine and numberless citizens
was soon burning from top to bot
tom. Shortly afterwards, at about G
o'clock, the German Methodist
Church, on the cornel of Third
avenue and Polk street, caught fire
in the'st'eeple. t about $ o'clock
it had burned throukh to Btate
street Nothing could be done to
stop the fury of the flames to the
north, therefore the attention of the
firemen was mainly directed io the
south, And they checked the spread.
ins of the fiafdes in JhaJ direction.
The southern limits 'of thVffre on
Fourth avenue are No, 264 on the
west side, and No. 253 on the east
side, about ten houses north of Sixth
At about half past: 6 o'clock the
fire crossed Suite street, communis
caung to toe Duuoing no. ouw. op;
site Taylor, and thence burned no:
on Dotn sides or state. On
corner of Wabash avenue and Peck
Court, at 7 o'clock, when the tire
was going at a rapid rate towards
Wab' avenue, a reporter met
Jjampbell juijj poljce Superintendent
Ben'm. Mr. Campbell wanted 'to
blow up Bom of the buildings, but
isenm declined to aid, as ne nad not
the Dower to do so. Mr. CamDb
said he had spoken to the Mayo:
abpijt he samething, but the Mayor
decline to fiq any eucn tning. rue
reporter passed to Wabash avenue
and there met Mayor Co vin, who
seemed to have lost all energy arid
powr. Ie said he could do nothing.
At 7j 4)8 Ffrst Baptist church
on Wabash, between Peck and J21-
anage courts, caugnt nre, iroi
whence the flames spread rapid!
soutn. and at 17 minutes past 7
Weed'" Hotel, corner State
Hubbard owt, was burning.
The southern ilmlts pf.th fire
as follows: Clark street east si
to No.- 527 Fourth avenue. -No.
on west BMei on No. 283 on the eas
side of Third avenue If a. 204 on
the west aide to No. 253. on the
east side of State street; No, 518
on the west to No. 511 on the east
side; on Wabash avenue, No. 475
on the west and 475 on the east
side. On Aiken's theater, seve:
streams of water were kept
stantiy playing on the roo:
the building; but tbewpetern
it was discovered to be in
which mastered r the water
ciept aiong toward tne eastei
of ttie bunding. To them
thea tap was a large vacant
as another vacant lpt was dftjutly
opposite we punning, it wan
mat a cneex to we nre ooi
effected here. The theater
thA nnlnr of iha fliumon'
but as Boon as the flames t
hold on the building It
parent tint the theater hi
and, as is usual when such buildi:
burn, tne names were of the hi
description, and sparks fro
woodwork flf the inost dang
Mr. Pat O'Neii's buUding, corn
oi eiate and iarrison streets,
a tout loss. At was occupied b
O'Neil a as a wine store; L. C.
czuo., as narpess manoAeti
and Piatt A Co. eJothlers.
building cost $35,000 and was
sored for f25,000 ; stock invoiot
the first of July amounted to
uuu, but about 710,000 worth
was removed; insured for:
Lu C.Chase A Co. 'a stock.
at $40,000, was totally dee!
insured for $17,000. Plttt &
stuck, valued at $25,000;
unknown. The great Adel
theatre was totally destroyed. The
lessee lefUbr the East last Monday
yvrtiimt "f He ptupoa oi engagin.
a company jot uw season. T
theatre aad propertied were own
oy Air. vaa figging,
The coEanasies havinr risks ar
as follows; German XjuaranceCom
Pay of Fneeert, HL, ft ,000 ; Com
?lo St JjoniM, $6,000; Alltv
waala Natkmsl of Philadelphia,
reope- oc rWiadeepfekt, Home ot
TSXaW, tafsgaard of Philadelphia,
Memphis, $50,000 ; Traders'
At 7:30 the flames had reached
the St James Hotel, and it was evi
dent that in less than ten minutes,
the interior would be in flames. At
this moment, just as the cornice of
the hotel caught fire, Mayor Colvin
appeared and gave orders to blow up
the hotel. The Mayor, surrounded
by half a dozen persons ot different
grades, gave this order to the police
men, who went off to hunt up the
persons in charge of the powder,
while the Mayor pounded on the
door of the State Street Savings
Bank to inform the custodians
on the Inside of his intentions.
On being asked what buildings he
intended to blow up the Mayor said
he would if necessary blow up all on
the south side of Van Buren from
State to Michigan avenue. In
answer to a question whether he
had any one competent to do the
work thoroughly he replied some
what angrily, that of course he had.
The competency of the individual
was shown about twenty minutes
later,- when the slow match was
"ighted. The crowd had been
moved back nearly a block; three
engines stationed at this corner
had been drawn off, necessitating
idleness for at least fifteen minutes.
The powder wan carried into the
centre of the store, a match was
lighted and about half a dozen per
sons scampered out of the front
door as if fleeing from the wrath
that was to come. Tne crowd nei
its breath, and those nearest th
doomed buildintr crammed in
ways and behind walls totain
protection from the showerjirhich
would be apt to follow the explosion.
The lamentable fizzle that?1 did
follow was only effected in
thoroughly preparing the biUdlng to
burn rapidly. There was snuffled
thud, and scattering puf&jufjanoke,
and broken glass flew eut of the
front of the store intojfthe street
Not a brick wasdlsltfEed, and not
even a pane of glass of the adjoin
ing stores brokenjrhe result was
tbatin five minuf&fthe whole build
ing was a roaringMJiisn of flames,
of such intensityf?ifeat Carter's
building, just easref Van Buren
street followed it, asjHeo did build
ings on the north side,:. The farce
of putting a charge of forty ppupds
of powder in a loosjL. blast Into a
solid brick build&Elqccupied by
Boomer. A Jenksttslthe same dis
astrous effects MMtltcd.
WasMkOTO.', July 15.
The Alabama cnms commission,
which is to meet here on the 23d, is
being prepared for by the depart
ment of justice3ooms are being
fitted up for them, and the chief
justice, as welLaJs.tbe attorney gen.
eral, will assist in the organization
and the prjfeation pf rules. "Un
der the Jsfw,-only those who are
knowndM direct claimants can have
j adjudlcated-right out,
may De neara and re
ion now consists of
of Michigan ; Ken
Carolina ; Ryerson,
nett, of N
of New Je:
r ; Baldwin, of Iowa ;
and Porter, of Pennsylvania, the
latter beinteBomlnated In place of
ward. It was the in
law to have- all of the
experts in ship and ma
rs, but tne commissioners
,IM)W thought the grand jury
id true bills for libel against
A. Dana. This Is the opinion
tor Clayton left her for Ne-
from which place he goes
,'td' tittle Bock. If will be
Ibered that BaSter'had a" let-
theNew York Herald, dui
Jest May, detailing the
etc., of bis position. In
he made certain charges
led a file of the paper for that
ith, and having found persons
were present a: tne conversa
"referred to, proposes to prove
.Governor a falsifier by affidavits,
tf tnen. RUpsr ms reply.
I w IVtism a ma I
fees, and others
i drawn In the loose and careless
nner that characterized the legis-
or tne late season, under
former act when seizures
ltuiK to $500 or less were
thp p.qJectpr of customs was
lea, to advertise ami pen tue
i. subject to libel' before the
L States District Court Again,
the value of the goods seized
tesi th&n il,PQ0 an,d over $5Q0, 1
collector might release' the
property to the owner upon
the payment of the appraised
value, -and subsequently submit the
question, of the legality of the seiz
ure to thp proper courts. The treas
ury deparfiain reports show tUt
anon: uuui , mue-ipiiuaui oi me
or these two classes, the
was settled ' without- refer.
to the courts, and sq saved the
of litigation, lhe law lately
w does not clearly show that
Intended to force all such cases
to court, and as the Treasury offi
als found themselves unable to
construe the matter satisfactorily to
Jhefnsejves, tbeyave referred the
Case tt) the Attorney flenera for tffc
v Mrs. Williams, wife of the At
torney General, is still in poor
health, being" subject to severe at
taeks of nervous prostration, and
has been ordered by her physjejaqs
to go to the mir eral springs and
baths at Raleigh, Va'., fcr which
place she will leavo this week.
v Chicago, July 14.
The annual convention of the
National Association of Photograph
ers met in this city this forenoon,
jtn a goodjy attendance anij a fine
lay oi pnoiograpnio piotures.
materials to be exhibited under
:1tu). auspices of -the association will
.be opened In tne exposition build
ing this evening, tt- display to
unae rnroagpout tae wees, aay.
evening, and free-to the public
e uncago eievsiors, as per om
figures, contain 1.308.204 bush
els of wheat, ,207,M:. bushels of
corn, 145,03baMhe8-af oats, 6,408
bosheki of rye, antTCjit bushels of
barley, making a grand total of 8,
472,398 bushels, against 3,557,057
buehsla one week ago, and 4,534,396
aasiiels for tne oorrespondBf week
CCONKELBBUBO, PaV. JulV 13. '
Early yesterday moraine: Mrs.
Jean Moats, residing "abobt ten
south of this place, while.
upder a state of mental
i, and while her aosaaad.
snot and JOUM nUR
ly, Hwe thea, wttaaraaer,
a aorrujie woaad appa the
i and seek of
f :fcsr eaaV
, aad with pitetfcrk alaaeet
Flro Breaks Oat in
m! Somb Twenty
i., and Iowa Falls,
Art Also Visited ay
Chicago, July 15.
broke out about 4:3U
afternoon in the north-
part of the city, in the vi-
Milwauxee and unicago
:: fifteen to twenty buildings
burned. They were tchiefly
saloons, and carpenter shops.
brisk northwest breeze fanned
flames, and the inflameable
ter of the buildings .fed tnem
seemed that the Are would
assume the proportions of that
night But the fire .depart-
were promptly,.?, hand, and
s oattunror tne names,
finally suldued, with on-
loas above stated.
Great excitement prevailed for a
time, as it seemed inevitable that
the flames would sweep toward the
heart of the city.
To-day's fire occurred from four
to seven p. m., on Milwaukee av
enue, between Sangamon and Sprat
streets, destroying about twenty-five
houses, a majority of them being
frame shanties. The locality was
inhabited by the poor classes of
Germans. The loss is probably
about $60,000, and the insurance is
not more than one-fth that
The fire in northwest Chicago
originated in the smoke house of
Dugair's packing establishment.
Almost an entire block was con
sumed, but the buildings were of
i the poorer sort The fire raged for
an hour and a naif. A planing
mill, vlth some valuable machinery
u'os destroyed, the total loss being
placed at $G0,Q00. The flames are
now completely under control.
During the progress of this Are two
attempts at incendiarism in the
same neighborhood were discovered
and were frustrated. In one case
kerosene oil was used.
At about o'clock an alarm from
Wabash avenue and Madison street
was sounded, but the fire proved io
be of small moment
Boston, July 15.
The following dispatch was sent
To' His Honor Mayor Colpin, CfiU
Our citizens deeply sympathize
with your people in the losses and
suffering caused by the present
fire. Can we do anything to alle
viate your misfortunes? Boston is
readynow as ever to extend a help
ing hand to our sister city, Chicago.
(Signed) Samuel Cobb,
Dispatches of similar tenor were
also sent by Chief Savage of the
Boston police, and Secretary, Den
ning of the Young Men's Christian
Association,1 - i ".
rWAunrKOTOK, July 15.
Geo. L. Bangs, general superin
tendent or tne postal sen-ice, goes
to Chicago to-night to look after the
interests of the postofflce depart
ment In connection Wife the buss
ing of the postofflce in thatojty last
hfgbt "?hp gover'upifiqt Josec per
tween 530,000 and $40,900 by the
destruction of the office.
Habtford, July 15.
The Insurance c6tnpan!t Sere lost
000; 'National, $23,000 : 'Phoenix,
Daytox, July 15.
The Firemen's Insurance Com-,
pany, reported as $40,000 loss at the
Chicago fire, had no risk or burnt
:j, ijj . .
Chicago, July 15.
.A fire la Oshkosh commencing at
four p. m. yesterday was the most
terrible In her history. It com
menced in Hoille's seed store, and
for a distance of two miles one way
and one and a half miles the other
way it was driven by a terrific gale
and swept everything, it is repor
ted tnstTOur t)unqrgd I
ed "building were
burned and five
re homeless. The loss is estimated
at over six hundred thpusanfl dol
lars; the Insurance is not yet known.
'City treasurer Taylor died from over
work during the fire. Police Ford
will die from, the same cause, and
others are badly Injured. The city
engines, and those of Bipon, lon du
Lao anq Ncenab, did good service.
The buildings burned arp niostjy
dwellings, though 00 'stores' arc
among thp jumper, 'as also some
Milwaukee, July 15.
The boundaries of the burnt dis
trict In Oshkosh extend from the
Beckwith House to its rear on
Division street, north on Division
to Lorliif, -tiST.ce ncritaist- for be
yond the city limits, thence, almost
to Lake Winnebago. Six hundred
buildings were burned and 3,000
people are .homeless. The less is
about $1,000,000; insurance, $160,000.
The following is tie principal h.
sujance by companies: Germania,
Erie, Fa.) $8,400; Atlantic A Pacific,
MillviUe, $2,200; Allemanne, Pitts
burg, $3,100; Brewers. Milwaukee.
$4,250; Milwaukee Mehanics Mutual
$7,770; Springfield, $7,150; Liver
pooLand London, $5,200; Home,
Columbus, $5,600; Fatlonal, Phila
delphia, $3,700; American and
Merchants, $3,225; Phoenix, Hart
lord. $96,300; Northwestern Na
tioaai, Milwaukee, $13,800; Ger
mahla, freeport, $2,700; iEtna,
$8,650; Continental, $7,400 ; Frank
lin, $1,700 : Home, A. Y., $10,900 ;
Phcenlr, S0,QQ0 j Hartford, $8,850 ;
North American, $5,100 ; Insur
ance, A. Y., $1,300; Manhattan,
$1,400 Firemen's Fund, $2,150;
German, $3,350-j Glens Falls,
$1,000; Peoples', Memphis, $5,500;
other sundry companies, $54,250;
AUeaeBBia, Pittsburg, $3,000;
American, $24,000 'Farmers' $1,000
Chicago, July 15,
A special gives an account of a
dJeeietroM fkein Iowa Falls, which
originated ia a meat market yester
day at So'doclrp. m., and destroy
tae -whole business portion of the
town. Its progress could not be
aeaked ea aesoant of a high wind
tskrwingfrorn the south. Forty-five
buildings were burned, and the loss
teaboutflSO.OOO; partkU iuwrance.
The foUcwing are the principal
.W. Nichols, agrlcBlturallai.
alssweato, low Utom--eUaan
- ., insurance
, . c Harding, $8,000, in
iswuraace, oa-alf; WUk4 Blue,
dry goodsS20,000, insurance $5,000:
J. Biggs, dry goods, $8,000, insur
ance $1,000; Foster A Hoag, $3,000,
insurance one-half; Van Buskirk &
Arnold, $6,000, no insurance; R JO
McGowan, $5,000, uninsured; Stra
ther & Elliottgrocers, $5,000; Wel
donSon, grocers, no insurance;
Jones Hotel, $2,000; S. Stevens,
$5,000; Miller & Ellsworth, $3,500;
Ellis building, $1,500; Nelson Co.,
$4,500; Smith A Hutler, grocery,
$6,000; all insured.
The fire is now under control.
Several citizens were prostrated by
Salt Lake, July 15.
The Governor of Utah has issued
a proclamation under the Poland
bill fixing the time and place of
holding the district and 'supreme
courts in that territory.
The third district court has issued
a mandamus to the city recorder In
behalf the tax-payers, asking for an
examination and permission to take
copies of the city records, the case
is to be appealed to the supreme
Ann Eliza Young will arrive hero
this evening and a reception will be
given her at the Walker House.
Washington, July 15.
The National Bepublicau this
morning publishes the following
letter from Senator Allison to a
friend in this city: "Dubuque,
Iowa, July 15. I am sorry that Mr.
Shepard was temporarily sacrificed,
as he has done so much for the city.
He can afford to wait, however, as
no stain is cast upon his honor or
his integrity by the investigation or
report Yours very-truly,
Signed W. B. Allison.
New York, July 15.
The Beecher-Tilton sensation is
one of the most prominent topics.
In this city, and the articles daily
appearing in the newspapers, serve
to bring out every new develop
ment of Interest each day. It has
been generally understood that the
Golden Age was "still the
property of Tilton, and that
he had simply retired from
the editorial management, re
linquishing the same to W. T.
Clark. The latter, however, in a
letter to the Word, informs the
public generally that he has pur
chased that paper, which is now ed
ited by hiniself, and that for its
manifold sheetings and faults since
the first of July, he is alone respon
sible. The Golden Age, neverthe
less, continues to defend Tilton in
his present troubles.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
New York July 15.
Money Easy at 2 'per cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull but
steady at 487J for sixty days, 490
Gold Very dull ; opened at 109$,.
and immediately declined to 109 j,
with fluctuations ever since between
those ficures: now eellincrat 109S.
Governments Firm in small vol
ume eurrenfiv 7s I lfi?
Stocks Opened i to U per cent
below yesterday; clo&ng"pref3 a.qd
d,eajngs were' 'cbrapf e'fized by unn--su'al
activity apil excitement ; there
was a large covering of shorts,-and
a subsequent rally "of J to 13 pr
cent : market now a-otv dim hnt-
steady at a slight decline from bog
figuies made; Erie 32J, Pacific Mall
431, Union Pacific 25J, Western
FpIpu jft; - "-Ki1
New York Produce Market.
New York, July 15.
Flour Unchanged; superfine
State and Western, 5105 50; ex
tra, 5 906 15. "
Wheat Steady ; No. 1 spring,
1 42ail 43 ; No. 2 Chicago, 1 35
1 36; No. 2 Milwaukee spring, I 40
1 41 bid.
Corn Firm ; western mixed
VQatsSteady; western mixed, 61
ByeNominal at 1 101 12.
Provisions Dull, but nominally
Pork New mess. 19 751920.
Leather Quiet "
Chicago Prouuce Market.
Chicago, July 13.
Flour Quiet, unchanged.
Wheat Wead, drooping; 22
lower; No 1, 1 15$; No 2, closed at
1 12Jal 12 spot or July; August,
1 08J; No 8, 1 08; rejected, 09.
Corn Less active, lower; closed
firmer under favorable foreign and
eastern advices; high mixed 61; No
2, 61a61; closing, 61 bid spot or Ju
ly; 60J bid August- reected? 58
'Oats Active, strong and higher;
No 2 5050; closed 501.
Bye Scarce; wanted; No 2 sold
at 1 00.
Pork Active, firm, higher; 19 J
cosh or August
Lard Quiet and easy at 11 .
Butter Steadiei: few sales: fimcy
Eggs Firmer at 1315.
AVhisky Firmer at 95.
On Call Board this afternoon
wheat closed quiet at 1 12loJ for
July; 1 OSMor Aqgqut, Corn dull
at 0H foronlyioii; August,'
St. Louis Product Market.
St. Louis July 15.j
Wheat Firmer; prime "red 1 17(4
1 20; choice 1 251 30.
Corn Easier; 65 on track, 63 to
seller for August,
Qats-Hlgherj No 2, 57 on east
Bye Higher; new, 80,
Whiskey Steady; 95.
Pork Firm; 20 70.
Bulk Meats Active and higher;
shoulders at St Joe and Quincy, 7;
Lard Higher; refined, 1212.
Bacon 5 705 90; heavy, 6 00
Ch'tcaie Live Stock Market.
Chicaoo, July 15.
Cattle Receipts, 24,000. Market
dull weak; shade lower In price;
fair to choice steers 5aG05; extra
steers, 6 12Jal5; Texans, 3 I0a4j.
Hogs Receipts, 8,000. Market
quiet, firm, steady; 5 50a6 40 for
common to choice poor to medium
5 58a80; fairtocbice, 5 85a6 20.
Sheep Receipts 940; scarce;
wanted badly; sales, 4a5 75 for poor
to very choice.
St Unit Uvt SttclL, !
Ca- ' , :Jul15X;.l
.. Keceipta,-1,400. .Market
firm and unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 500; ranging,-
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
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,
ALPACAS &MCnAIRS, also VELYET& BEATER CL0AKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SilAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
XS-A.JDXOBJBV AND 01SXXaX3ZUE22ST'SI
MERINO LNDERWEAJR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINEN IX REAT TARIETT. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS. OH, CLOTES, HATTING RUfiS. AND MATS
CHEAPER THAN: THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
fgd evBmhing pertaining: .to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock and now
T?Tr&?Pmple aSB?enf oi FINE, MEDITOl anTiow
PRICES F?nS7&Q&GJ8 ?Hoh'iVOKD
fiVfe as A0- ln?ke l tQ the interest of everyone desirme
anything in thiQ -Iwa, te examine his stock bifitLS
COVERED TO ORDER.
QOaFarnliam StrootJOn) nlxn.
CHOICES. IE s,
S. K. OR.of I T. andFARHIIAH.
Sclmeirter & Eurmester
riN, COPPER AND SHEET IROS
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cookinp aad IleatlRg Stores.
Tin Roofing, Spontlng and Gutter ngdoo
hort notice ana Ic toe Leat mauner.
lltfn trret arpt2a d
City Meat Markex.
Kft? cotuUcllj on'haod
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS !!
FOB- THIRTY DAYS! .;
BEISO OfR -
jS-nnual Clearing Safe
Foreign &nd Domestic
JL2ST1D CXXaiillET-y, :
FAT.T, STOCK,. 1873.
DRAPER & TAILOR
. AMI. DEALER IX
JGENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS. ..
Fall ssertmeatef Imported TFooIcas. All Work WarraHle!.'1
2?J?arnllamSt' - - OmiaHa.;:!,
FROU TI1I3 DATE WE WILL SELL '" ' '
At Greatly Seduced PAaffi
MRS. C. F. HICEMAN.
aat m m Mm m mbb
. 13 CL
238 rrnli&m St XTar 14th.
tuid FiirnisHiiis Goods. Ju,:',
to stock taking.
14th ana Farnliam -Jvts,
- u 2JTES.
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