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OMAHA FRIDAY MORNING-. JULY 17, 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
EBVTAKD KOSKWATKU, Editor and Prop'i
OSm-Xo. 138 I rUtn
TERMS OK faUBSCBIPIIOS:
OwcorT,oaejer. in advance 17.00
"".. 1 3' gix months, in advance 4.00
' three menths in advance 2.W
aWH not paid in advance, J8 per annum will
. ;r coiiud .
LEiDING HATTER !
Grand Central Hotel, f
OIAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
- tTcaare A Smith. 1!5 Urnev street.
QLA83 AND PIOTUaE F3'ME3.
T Beinhirt. 1SS Pou Us street, dealei In
J. window gLus aadpiiturilraiujs, (llailnj
done to order.
B00T3 AUD 8HG23.
PhUlpLanj, 155 Farnham st. between loth
HL LaW. corner 12th nd Dougls strews.
m,nuUcturer and wholesale dealer In
cand'n and confe-.tlouerv. Country trade c
Tlnd i Elliut, coil, linie. cjmen 1 hair .etc..
X 1M Firnluni st, lel.lsniS
J A. U der, diucUt, corner 12th nd "kUr
. bey its
TyT Hgutter, No. 3W Farnhain st. i 171
new UuD'lfr opened at all llth ., -
Ksrnlian. ena uougias. iikhiis"
ilng will be done to order, nrsv
Lehman A Beard. hou and itgn run".
lOtli at. bet. F rnham and Harney. a2Mi
nrerolara Sop Woris. Powell A Co, atUl
P Mncfiri their rVemiuni Soap. Fire
7st premium .awarded by the L-ougla county
and State fairs, and Pottawattamie county, la.
Order aoli-llud from the trade.
. M. FRANCIS
il ESTABR00K& FRANCIS
l ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
iL1 OFFICE Creitfilon Mock, Omaha, Xeh.
DEXTER L THOMAS,
Atlornej aud" .Counselor at Law.
: OFFICE Boom Bo
- - NEB
JOHN V. LYTLE,
jTZlOh-C Tint HationaJ Btak,
Attorney at Law
5091-2 THIBTEENTH STREET. OKAHA
A. BALD WIS
SSO. K. O'BBIKK.
BALD WIS & O'BKIEBT.
Office Caldwell Block, Douglaa Ftreet,
OMAHA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICE CUEIQHTON'8 BX.OCK,
T. W. T. Kichards,
Attorney at Law,
(Mice 5 10 13th St., beL FarakM
aad Doaglas, Omaha 5eb.
F 0. Box 80
r.i. n. GLASGOW.
Office n Crclgbton'a uew block, aoutheait cor
U SAVAGE & MANDERSOh,
Attorneys at Law,
M2 FA&KHAU STCEAT.
' CIAaXXf F lBl".
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATT0RKEY ASD COD.NSELLOB AT
Ko. 200 Farnhani Street
r-OMAHA - - NEB.
.1. S. SHROPSHIRE
Attorney- at -Law
I V Poom Xo. 1, S. E. Corner 13th and Douctaa 6U,
OMAHA, - - XEBR.
Ij. a. srUk. -j. b. rarrcBrrr
ODAIIM Jf. DDITPUPYT
i AttonwTS lad CMtuetea at Law.
iim. Lark Bn Mm, Omaha. Ueb.
G. W. AMBROSE.
Attornov Xt av
KEDICKS OPERA HOUSE
OMAHA - XTEB.
I duua . ck.a.s.ua.1,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
Oa.lStatttiL'otiglM BU. i w
rK)LLECTIONS SOUCITED AND PBOMPT
JLj ly attended to. No charge unlet collec
tions an made. Houses to let end rents col-
ectci. Keal estate boutjht and sold. apl.u
W, J. CONNELL
VHHet Attoner tt
U icUl District.
w - .
iTBH-1'.s eoaia sia tm
' The Herald is suffering from an
attack of the Dodge street horror.
Jpdoe Dudley is still confident
of Ko-op success, if not this year
then in '70.
They charge it to spontaneous
combustion this time instead of
suspecting O'Leary's cow.
Is it not about time for some of
the disfranchised politicians in
Southwestern Nebraska, to call for
an extra session of the Legislature?
Omaha firemen have assumed a
very bell-igerent attitude toward the
City Council, because the "fathers"
refuse to furnish them an alarm
Senator Tipton is the
Nebraska Congressman that
home promptly after Congress had
adjourned. He could face his con
stituents with perfect composure,
for he knew he had done nothing.
"When Master Allen of the Mis
souri Grange wrote the lollowiug
comments on the political situation
he evidently had Doctor Johnson's
Industrial Ko-operatives in his
mind's eye :
'Now look at the present political
cauldron! Men advertising them
selves for ofiicc ! Hear their claok
ere, their rhajisodists spouting their
praises. See their subordinate ring
men already treating in their
names and interest. Are these men
for important and responsible places
of trust? Oh, my countrymen!
Shame, where is thy blush ? "Why
are these men rushing to the front ?
Who has called them? Are they
in real true sympathy with us whom
they seek toserve(cotnmaiid)? What
has been their occupation? What
is It now? From whence have they
obtained the money they are now
freely spending to obtain office? By
Industrious toil? Have they pro
duced any wealth? Or have they
only accumulated of that produced
by others? What sympathy have
they with the toilers.0 These are
not silly, idle questions, but go to
tne very root of our present troub
les. This is hot weather, and as
the heated term advances the polit
ical cauldron will boll more furious
ly. This is unfortunate, for it should
bp a time to cool reflection."
An indtienmtnate slaughter m
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevolt shirt, of our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer,
Broker, at 296 Fariibaru street
Unredeemed Hedges for ,Sale.
9th street between Jones and Leavenworth sts ,
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Keeps the most complete asooiit
met of l-aillcs" jnd UeuU' straw hats, trim
med and untrimmed. Parasols. Piques, Mar
seilles, Nainsooks andaU kinds of liry (loads,
Indies' ind Genu ' Bo.t etc. My Hue of Dry
Uoaj I' Complete. S-.Ui -g only lor CASH, I
iil able (o UNDERSELL any other Dealer in
the City. Our PJUCES are LOWEU than eTer
heard Ci Wore. niTll-3m-il
AND FHABMACIST, "
Patter's Block, Bet. California k Wefcttr Ets.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully
OFFICE. No. 532 FARNHAM ST.
vr stubs. .-
Bet 13th &l41h Ets- OMAHA.
-Oldest nrart!ciir lVnl ltda hi the city
DR. A S. BILLINGS, .
84 SParsiliam St..
Bet. 1-th and Nth, up stairs.
Tetth extracted without pain, by use of ni
trous Oxide ia.
VOffli-e ores atall boa
. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dlsprasra Ids own medclncs, and besides
regular prwtice, tnaVe ocialitlea ol Dercnge
menta ar.d Piseues rKnllar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Disrate o! the Eectum.
Orncx : Corner Fsrnhanj and Hth street,
first door to the right, up stair-. Kcsldenc ,
210 Itouglr street, bctucrn 12 and ISth, next
to Lutheran CLuich On-hi, Neh. Audrxs
Lock box 3H. jsntldawif
MRS. J. K. VAXDEKCOOrc
Btaldcnce and oS 2J0 Dydje st bet 14th .-nd
rjpeclal attention paid to obstetric and dis-
peculiar 10 women ana ruuarra. urj.
FEITZ EATIiElT, Prop'r-
No. 170 Ponclas Street, coror l)ib, Ojn.'i,
KrbrasLa. lird by Uieday or west,
iune 1. Tl
C. I SAMATT2T.
171 Cor. Vambam and Elercnta 8U.
All kind ol TAILOBIKQ, CWoIor and re
pairing dose at reasonable rU a. A fine lot of
VOKKiSHINQ GOODS constanUy on hand
and aoJd cheap. Uc36tl
"U P. Soap Taotopyl
Situated on the line tot the Union radfic
Bxilroad, near the powder house. Manufac
ture first -ds soap lor home consumption.
WHOLXXALX AXD SETAIT. SEAIXB VS
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
TOBACCO AD PIPES.
asarCalifomla Wines and Brandies.-
Oorner of 15'h ssd Dodge streets, oppotite the
tw Post Osict buUdis, Oman, Nets )Otl
Cleveland, July 16.
Gen. Garfield publishes in the
Leader, a denial of the statement
that his private secretary has ever
been on the pay rolls of the House
of Representatives without perform
ing public duties.
Utica. Julv 16.
Two attempts were made to-day j
10 wreck and rob the pay train on
the New York Central. Both were
frustrated. Two men were seen by
a man watching the track to place
a huge tie on tne track. He pur
sued them, but they escaped.
Milwaukee, July 16.
The Sentinel publishes reports
from 39 counties in Michigan, show
ing that the wheat crop, -Jth the
exception of several counties where
the drought has prevailed, will be
above the average. Rye, average.
Oats will be fair. The crop of bar
ley is light. Winter wheat is al
ready harvested and there is a enod
Little Rock, July 16.
The friends of Sid Wallace, a
noted desperado, when he was hung
in Clarksvillo last spring, vowed
vengeance on all connected with
the afiair. The threats culminated
yesterday in the shooting of Sheriff
Kline, who acted as hangman on
the occasion. He was fired on
from an ambush and mortallv
wounded. A cousin of Wallace, by
the name ot Robinson, has been
arrested, charged with the shooting.
New York, July 16.
A Paris corespondent in a letter
to the London Times says : It is
positively alnrmeu by the French
journals that Marshal Serrano's late
eflorts have Increased the chances
of tlie recognition of the Spanish
Republic by England, Russia, and
Germany, and that Serranno has
signified to those powers his inten
tion of claiming 250,000,000 francs
indemnity from France when he
shall have conquered tho Carllsts,
on the ground that that nation fa
vored the CarlisU.
Lowell, Mass., July 16.
A thunder storm and hurricane
passed over this city to-day, doing
immense damage. The steeple of
the First Congregational church
was blown off and fell on the ad
joining block, which was badly
chattered. The Branch street church
way uined. The Universalistchurch
roof was blowr into the street The
locomotive house of the Boston,
Lowell & Nashua railroad lost its
dome, and much other damage was
East Saoikaw, Mich., July 16.
In a race at the Saginaw driving
pane to-day, for a special purse of
$5,000, $2,500 to the winner, $1,500
to the second, and $1,000 to the
horse that beat the best time on re
cord, Goldsmith Maid won the. first
and last in threo straight heats, ma
king it remarkable In 2:10; 2:16$;
2:16; the only contestant being
Judge Fullerton. Goldsmith Maid
broke oncp n the first heat, but
stijl won by a length.. S))e won the
second heat by two lengths, and D"e
third by four lengths. Fullerton's
time was 2:20J; 2:18; 2:18. The
track was in splendid condition.
It is one mile and three-quarters
Monmouth Pabk,1j': 4m July 1G
Tho third day's rapes began tor
day. Tho first race was for the Thes
pian stakes, for twoyear olds, three
quarters of a mile; eight started.
Eclipse won; Arisides, 2d; Aurclia,
3d; time, 1.18.
The second nce, the West End
Hotel stakes, for fillies, foals of
1871, 1 nijles; three started; Bona
venture won; jjanper< and Re
gardless; dead heat for seco'wd'pjace;
The third race was for a purse of
JfOOi nJJ ages; two-mile heats; four
started. $'andajtc won in two
beaU; Fellowcfjtft, 2d; tmc, 3,49,
The fourth race, Long Branch
stakes, all ages, 1 miles; three
started. Woodbine won; Survivor.
.' 2d; Resolute, 3d; time, 3.09.
UFr VoBK. July 16.
News is received by' way of gan
Domingo, that three of the Cubans
who lately landed on the coast of
Camaguay fiom a vessel In the Old
Bahama Channel) were captured
shortly after landing by the Span
lardsj and" were pxeeuted on the
Spanish gunboat Neptune, whUa
they wero being conveyed from
Naultas to Havana,
Juan Bellldo de .Luna, editor of
the Cuban paper, La Independence,
and Josi Ferro de Canta, editor of
the Spanish paper Lj Cronista, have
been placed under bonds to restrain
them from duelling.
AJ1 the secret service officers on
duty In this olt3 have been sum
moned to Washington to answer
charges pending against them in
connection with the ring safe hmv
News has been received here that
iue iiunuLi oieuuisuii) (jomp&nVA
has dismissed from its service Cag
ittius jjciuuiu nuu xtousseau, ium
former of tho steamer Eurone. aitfl
the latter of the steamer Aineriquef
botn nave been removed lor abac
doning their vessels.
A warrant has been issued for
arrest of James McCarthy, the Ifiwtr
mate or tne American snip Cultiv
tor, on the charge of having, on the
11th of last January, shot and
killed John Smith, alias John
Wright, one of the seamen on the
vessel, when she was one day out
from San Francisco, McCarthy ftnd
several witnesses are daily expected
at this port on the steamer Calirna,
having been sent here for trial by
me American consul at urusseis.
The News says the question of the
separation of Mr. and airs. Tilton
is now in the hands of N. B. Moore,
formerly judge of the court of ap
peal , Judge Moore is stepfather of
Mrs. Tilton, and lias been her hus
band's Intimate friend for many
.The grand jury found three more
indictments each against the con
victed police commissioners Char
lick and Gardiner for a violation of
the election laws.
Washington advices state that
Secretary Brjstow announces n ex
planation of the terms upon which
the five per cent, funded bonds are
oflered for proposals, that all in
terest on bonds accepted to date of
subscription and have accrued up
to three months thereafter, must be
paid by subscribers whose bids are
adopted, and must be so calculated
in all settlements,, together -with
payment to be made at the lime of
subscription or at any time within
three months thereafter. Th hnnd
I of England rate of discount remains
The Paris Journals Think That
the Attempt to Assassinate
Prince Bismarck Was a
Put Up Job.
A Crisis in the Spanish Govern
ment is Reported.'
London. July 16.
The Standard says that later ac
counts from Kissengen represent
that Bismarck's condition is not so
favorable as was at first reported.
He has feverish symptoms and
slept but little Tuesday night
Santandin, July 16.
The commandant of Bilboa has
asked for reinforcements and they
were sent from here to-day. The
blockade of Bilboa by land Is" com
plete and Is stringently maintained
by the Carlists.
Paris, July 16.
The resignation of Magne, after
to-da's vote in the Assemblv.
considered as certain. jS
come oi tne fans journals aaect
to consider the attempt to takBis-
marcK's me as a plot concocteaiby
uie uerman ponce.
A dispatch from Vienna explains
that the police circular dejpibing
persons suspected of a design against
the life of Emperor Francis Joseph,
was a forgery, tne author of which
has been arrested.
A crisis in the ministry is report
ed as impending. GeitfZebella and
Amicho, minister ofrjfinance, will
probably retire. The former is said
to be ill. In case GenJJZebaHa re
signs, Gen. Mornz will probably be
appointed as his successor In com
mand of the army of? tBe north.
CALOlfTTA July 16.
There are desiatrous accounts
from the "Pin iiiilslailili I The rain
fall there has beenSxcesslve, and
the country is undej water. The
river Ganges is unusually high.
The rain fall arotSid Calcutta has
thus far been scantwhich causes
apprehensions of thp .failure of crops
in this vicinity. Jfilvices from the
Bombay Presidenoy are more cheer
ful. The fall oCiShi there has been
aounuant, ana'tne crops are in ex
XJSgr London, July 16.
A special fmta Berlin says Kull
man, who attempted to take Bis
marck's life Mcoqsidered a mere
tool. He conkses that he was
acting in conniption with others.
Hauthalcr, tbelfricst who was ar
rested for his ftonnection with this
plot, belongsno the village of
Walchsee, inTthe Austrian Tyral.
He checketljBIsmarck's horses by
stepping iiv front of them at the
critical iLoaaent. Tpjmediately on
hearing QJTuie affair, the King of
Bavariaent his congratulations to
Prince Bismarck on his fortunate
espapejf The Berlin press declare
that me attempted assassination
provestke necessity of repressing
the ultraiontalDe teachings.
Paris, July 16.
The rlebatc on Magne tax pro
posals was continued in the Assem
bly yGstexjJay, The minister in re
ferrinjfto the vote ofV'tho sajt tax,
accjjied the Republican deputies of
subordinating the financial interests
oAtke country to political conslder
tloW.. This was followed by tumult
andpscord, which compelled Pres
ident Buffet to temporarily suspend
tbeaitting. Subsequently the niln
istrproposition to increase certain
taxeaHS rted by fi voto pf 33 to
FuxAer investigations Into the
doings of Bonapartlst propaganda
have resulted In compromising M.
HfgBtjens' The Imperialists are
belipg to fee), uneasy as. e. in
vestialtidn progresses? The Miujs
ter otsTuetice has not yet commenc
ed wiaLproeeedipga against the
lmplljapl parties, expecting add-
Mil? 0Y TELEGRAPH.
)W "aj vt
New York Money Market.
T Neav York July 10.
jjjioney Abunaant supjiiy at 2j
rpgn Bxchapgp Dull but
steMy at 487 for sixty days, 4S91
foratebt ' "
Very dull and devoid of
speculative features; opened at 109,
at wnm ail sales until noon, when
it rose trlOO, now selling at 109J.
Go)cnments Steady on small
m in ourrpppy sjxes.
iks Opened strong, but Eoon
ed IChl per cent, but are now
lying; Lake Shore, Erie. W U,
I and Wabash represented
er dealings; Erie, 32 : P M,
Htw York Produce Market.
EW Vokk, Juy J 6.
Flour Steady; prices unchanged.
Wheat Dull and nominal.
Com Quiet and weak; western
mixed afloat at 7879.
Oats strong ana lilglier for
ivisions Dull and unchanged.
10 Prouuce Market.
Chicago, July 16.
Pull, expfipt for phoice
ta; shipping extras, 5 25
supers wanted, 3 504 50.
I unseiueu ; -casn, iw $ ;
OSJ J Kopteinber, 1 05$.
et; casn, ois ; August,
iber, 61 J.
' X?IM... - .t. p. . -r.. jn .
Mgaei, SqI September, 35.
Barley rirm ; August and Sep-
Pork Firm August, 19 85 ; Seiv
asking su us.
uiet and unchanged.
lis Produce Market.
St. Louis, July 16.
r Qujet, unphanged.
liull, closed easy, lower:
Sail, 1 08; No 2 red winter
all, unsettled, lower; No
&65 east elevator; G3t
unsettled; CO ele-
rlier, scarce, 90.
O'CLOCK P. M.
for tbi Omaha Daily Bee,
ud Fde Telezrapli Co.
ited Loss by the Fire
Stoddard, the Supposed
Wjkirderess of Charles Good
ifrich, Sent to an Insane
New Yokk, July 16.
'the court of General Sessions
alias Kate Stoddard, who, it is sup-
posea, muruereu unaries tiooarich,
was pronounced hopelessly insane.
She will be sent to the asylum to
morrow. Portsmouth, N. H., July 10.
The shore end of the telegraph
cable was successfully landed from
the steamer Ambassador at Rye
Beach yesterday. The crew and
deckricians were assisted by many
of the townsmen and a number of
ladies and gentlemen visitors. At
six o'clock the splice was completed
aud communication established
with the steamer, which was lying
about three-quarters of a mile oil'
shore. The manager of the cable,
and officers of the steamer, with
Mayor Miller and other gentlemen,
breakfasted at Gov. straw 's cottage.
The Ambassador will commence
laying a cable from Rye Beach to
the Shoals about noon, aud will
probably complote the w ork so as to
sail east to-night with the Taraday.
The weather was fine, the sea
smooth, and everything favored the
complete success attained. A salute
of one hundred guns was fired on
the beach, and rockets and other
' fireworks displayed during the
landing. Guns and rockets we're
also fired from the steamer. A num
ber of ladies and gentlemen have
gone on the steamer Ambassador to
witness the completion of the laying
of the cable.
Chicago, July 16,
The lire Tuesday night did not
result in as heavy an aggregate loss
as plight be supposed. The total
loss is about $2,500,000; insurance
about $800,000. Of the thousand or
so of buildings consumed, only a few
were substantial or valuable, the
majority being mere fire traps. The
Culk of he fires actual loss, was
east on State street, where It swept
down the First Baptist church. The
building occupied by tjie postottlee
the St. 'James and Michigan Ave
nue hotels, Mr. Scammoh's build
ings, the Adelphia theatre, several
fine residences, and a number of
stores. The fire department lays
the blame of the spreading of the
fire of last night's conflagration to
the board of public works; insuffi
ciency of water is the excuse.
Insurance in the devastated dis
trict was comparatively light for
somp. fbre prudent companies
have begp withdrawing polloles
jn that sectpn. not deeming them
safe, owing to ihe peculiar jnflama
ble condition of the buildings. Up
to the present writing, it Is impossi
ble to procure an accurate list of the
losses of the Companies. Much of
the i2B,lrnee was held upon
stocks of goods and furniture, which
were quite? generally removed, and,
the salvage will nro'vp jj
considerable item. No Company
admits a doubt as to
its ability to stand the strain. The
total losses to the insurance com
panies will not, much, if anv, exceed
$8p0;0O0. and yery Vuph' ortlte net
loss will occur in the'foiir blocks
burned nortfo of Bqrrjsop street,
and in the residences on tho
avenues. The leading insurance
men Judge that the total loss will
not exceed 52,500,000. This will be
wonderful, considering the area
burned over, and shows be pharacr
ter of the buildings burped, ' r
i i ia- b ! , tap
New York, July 10.
H. P. McGrath, the owner of Tom
Bowling, has published a card about
the conditoji of the famous horse,
and wanply "ijcn'lps fh'at he orjgr
inated a gambler's fiction to make
the horse sell low in tho pools. He
says : 'For some unknown reason
Tom Bowling's Jockey was instruct
ed to hold the horse, and not to let
him exhaust himself unnecessarily.
Tom Bowling's struggle to get his
head free to go on,tbrew him out
of his stride, and ho struck himself
on the near fore leg, causing a swell
ing, which developed itself the same
The opinion was divided as to
whether the horse was broke down,
nnd I am frank to say that at first
feared ho was, and it was only after
he had been examined by suoh turfs
men and surgeons as Mr. Littler
field the trainor, and Dr. Cattnach,
who pronornced it only a bruise,
and not an injury to the tendon,
that I had hopes of his recovery.
John Mitchel, the exile, sailed
yesterday for Ireland, to engage in
the politics f that country. He
openly expressed the opinion that
no good can come to Ireland from
the British Parliament, aud that
Ireland can never be prosperous or
bappy until she completely controls
her own destinies, "and her pohriecr
tjon with England entirely severed,
With regard to the present home
rule movement, be thinks it does
notropresept thp real hopes ftnd asr
plrations of the people, that it is a
nerveless effort to patch up a
national quarrel In an Incomplete
and unsatisfactory manner. He
pon&iders Jip whole movement a
mere milk-apd-watpr kind of na
tional effort. He will not place
himself in antagonism with the
home-rule movement,but he intends
to demonstrate to England and to
the world that there is something
stronger and more determined in
Ireland than home-rule. He has
a firm conviction that England
Will never grant self-government
till forced to do so, and
that all her delusive concessions to
Ireland have been wrung from her
by force. He himself will seek the
suffrages of the people on the broad
principle of Ireland's right to com
plete independence. He has the
belief that the British Government
will not arrest him, but should they
do so, he is prepared to take the
New York, July 16.
A cable dispatch received here
I announces the safe arrival at Cork,
ireland, last evening, of the Amer
ican schooner Benson, loaded w:th
corn from Toledo to Europe. No
news has as yet been received from
the Pembilico which sailed at the
Washington, D. C, July 16.
Secretaries Belknap and Bristow
returhed to Washington this after
noon. Secretary Fish will arrive to
morrow. Attorney General Wil
liams left Washington this afternoon
for Raleigh Springs, Va., to be ab
sent a week or ten days.
Washington, July 16.
Thp Secretary of the Treasury
lias decided that national banks
will be permitted to make good the
amount charged to the five per
cent fund for redemption of their
notes, by the remittance of national
bank notes, thus saving the expense
oi remitting legal tender notes from
the treasury in return for bank
notes to bo redeemed, and of the
return of legal tenders by the bank
to make good the five per cent,
fund. The first deposit of the five
percent bonds must, however, be
made in legal tender, In all cases.
Toronto, Ont, July 1G.
There is still no news from the
missing yacht Foam, with a crew of
seven prominent loronto gentle
nien. The United States revenue
cutter Chase volunteered her ser
vices and has leit this harbor on a
cruise after the missing boat.
The International Regatta takes
place here to-day. The entries com
prises some crack United States
oarsmen, including P. Luther, H.
Coulter, and others.
Salt Lake, July 16.
The young men of Mormon faith
ask tho Gentiles to appoint a com
mittee to meet them in convention,
to make a common political battle
against stereotyped old fogies, as
they term them to be, who serve
Brigham Young. Their object Is to
crush the Church or force it to at
tend exclusively to its spiritual
affairs. The Chief Justice of the
territory has granted a peremptory
mandamus to compel the city offi
cials to allow copies to be taken of
their books and accounts, by the
citizens' committee of forty-five,
for the purpose of Investigating the
alleged gross frauds on tax payers.
Preparations for an ovation to
Mrs. Ann Elliza Young, upon the
occasion of her return to Salt Lake
to-night, are being made. A recep
tion at the Walker House will take
Gov. Woodson has issued his pro
clamation for holding the terms of
the District and Supreme Courts.
New York, July 16.
The Times this morning pub
lished an addresed to people of the
U. S. issued by the Union Repub
lican Congressional Committee.
The document is very lenghty, oc
cupying over ksix columns. It is
devoted principally to a review of
tne political events since the acces
sion of the Republican party to
power, apd to a" comparison "of acts
of tjie Republican' and' Democrats
parties, tending to prove that the
Democrats did not provide either a
powerful or an economical govern
ment The address alsocntcrs Into a
lengthy discussion of the currency
and transportation question; argues
that neither party has agreed as to
how necessary reform should be cf
fected in currency, iju't plafpis' thijt
the Republican party is best able to
treat with, the great question.
The committee refer to various
suggestions made on tho subject of
transportation to the beaboard, and
enuorsos the proposition to open or
enlarge several different water clo.
nelsLet'.Teeii Mississippi and Atlan
tic, or subject cheap railroad trans
portation oommutee 'object" to
placing railway fares and freights
under tho control of states, but does
not offer any suggestions on the
subject. The address concludes
with a strong appeal to the people
for a renewed rupnart qf thp Repub
lican party in the coming election.
For somo time past war nas been
raged between the La Independ
ence, a Cuban patriotlo organ, and
of wbioh Senor Delua iseditorand
tjenor Deconto, editor of a paper de
voted to Spanish interests, and in
tjie coir. m ns of each paper have nj
pparpd, vijp threats against pndh
other suoh as the term of coward,
poltroon, charlatan be prominent
ly conspicuous. The result was a
challenge to mortal combat, given
by DeConta, and accepted by Deln
na. The details were arranged apd
Canada fixed upon as "tlie battle
ground, and the time of meeting to
be early next week. Tho secret
leaked out and yesterday Delnna
was arrested wid taken before Judge
Murray. He was put under $1,000
to keep the peace.
Saratoga, July 10.
The town Is crowded to overflow:
Ing with strangers to witness the
the inter-collegiate regatta this af
ternoon. A light brepze prevails
anfl tho water s smooth, and ap
excellent race is anticipated. Bet
ting on Harvard and Yale Is ever
and professional sporting men are
backing them. The Columbia crew
It is estimated that the crowd go
ing toward the lake numbers thirty
thousand. The Yale crew report
themselves In excellent condition.
The Harvards are in first-rate con
dition and confident of victory.
Tee Wesleyan crew are all right,but
quiet. There is no pool selling this
3 p. m. The committee have just
returned from the trip around the
course. Tl?ey have postponed the
raee until six o'clock on account of
the high wind. Betting is now in
favor of the Connecticut crew
against the field.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Ciiicago, July 16.
Cattle-Reeeipts, 2,200. Market
steady and prices firm; fair to
choice steers sold at 5 256 00 ; ex
tra steers, 6 256 50; Texans, 3 15
5 00; stockers, 3 7oa4 00.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000. Market
active and firm; prices a shade
higher for best grades; others
steady; common to medium sold at
5 40a5 85 ; fair to choice, 5 90a6 20 ;
one lot of fancy, 6 50.
Sheep Receipts, 1,000. Market
less active and easy; sales at 3 00a
5 00 for common to good.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, July 16.
Cattle Receipts, 1,400. Market
firm and unchanged.
Hogs Steady; receipts, 800; light.
S 155 40; heavy, 5 85Q 2
M. HELLMAN & CO.,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET, COR. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
S&ttTJSTGr AJEsTD SUIIILCEIR, SIE1AJ302T
Is Complete now; Our Assortment in
Clothing i Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises tlie Latost Hovelties,.
THE LATEST STALES ZXT SATS AMD CAPS.
a Have also a Full line in BOY'S aa. IfUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LOWERS AN EVER.
M. HELUKwtN Sc CO.
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglas Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS, CARPETS,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresli New Goods Just Opened to b
sold lower than any other house in the city, consisting of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, RSPELLANTI
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELYET& BEATER CLOAKHSGS
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
MERINO LNDERWEAR.AND WORSTED GOODS
TABLE LI.VEN IN REAT VARIETY. A FULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
and erjrtMng nertainine: to the FURNITURE and UP
S9L?55 J9?4a.?S Lla.riclY increased his stock SS:
nas a complete asscJtmeiLt ot FINE
Ccnfect loner j,
' e., Ac. tc.
Schneider & Burmester
ON, COPrER AND SHEET II1QS
WARE. D5AJ.EE3 J
Cooking and Ucati'n? Stores.
Tin Koofinj, Spouting and Gutter' ng don
short notice and lc (be best munn.
. itteen trret
City Meat Market.
Kfp constant! on'hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Spring and Summer Styles.
sW " ti
Fine and Medium
FAT.T. STOCK, 1873.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTES, MATTING RUGS AND mw
rDJSLJLlX - THE CTFTTP a
- Jii:S SHITSSjfOg:
DRAPER & TAILOR
.AM, DEALER IIJ-,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS.
Wl ssorlafntof Imported TToolens. AllTTork Warraiited
aitlIex:Bix&B:'St' - - Omaha, Web
OXTaSTE 18th, 1S7-4!
FnOlt THIS DATE WE WILL SELL.
At Greatly Reduced Prices
IS 1 in
Cor. 13th. smd Harney Streets,
ohvl:a.:e3: - - - ietes.
A. POL ACK,
Farnham St XTear
and Furnishing Good.
MEfrnfivr -a r tS
aB 8trcct.:Oxn jMxj
C. F. HICKMAN.
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