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OMAHA1 MOl MORNING-. JULY. 20, l
B B H LB H
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWABD BOSEWATEK, Editor and trop'r
. 138 rmna urtm ew.
SlBtla sua Testis.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One topr. we 7,r ."
" . ' rfx monthi. In adTaBee
.17 J U
three mratks in adrance
Tf ... i,i in idniitt. ts tier annum will
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LEADING HATTER !
Best Goods, -
., Opposite tbo
Grand Central Hotel. I
OIABA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McClureA Smith. 1S5 llarner tret-,U
11th and 12th. declMl
GLASS AHD PIOTTJKB FaHMES.
T Eelnhirt, 18fi Douglas street, dettet in
J .window gla aad picture Irames, dialing
done to order. -2t
BOOTS ACS SHOES.
PhMp Lang, 15S Farnham at. between ltth
aud 115h. leblSrl
HL Later, corner 12th and Douglas streets,
. manufacturer and wholesale de.ler In
cauds and eonlecUonery. Country trade ac
F land 4 Elllut, coal, llnw, cement hair etc..
VU Farnham at. feblSmJ
A. B der, druggist, comer 11th and War
f Aim BBOiiiH.
-V T Elgutter, Ho. SM Farnhaia st. JKtI
k new laondrr opened at oil Uth at., bet.
A Fatnuan. rod Douglas. The washing and
Coning will be done to order, Ural eiaaa work
Lehman 4 Beard, boue and sign Pmt
10th it. bet. F-rnhara and Harney. aMU
BO a? FACTO X.
Premium Soap Work. Powell Co,
m.nnivt'in their Picmium Soap.
first premlna. rt warded by the i.ouil -count T
and State fairs, andLTottawaUamle eeunty, la.
Orilen aoU-4tod from the trade.
. M. FBANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT. LAW.
OFFICE Creknton Block, Omaha, Neb.
DEXTER L. THOMAS,
Aitoraer a4 ;Caastler at Law.
t :o?ncE-So i'
. - NEB
JOIDi Yi. LITLE,
Fn0h-0r Pint ItiMi Buk,
Attorney at Law.
Office-Caldwell Block, notiglaa Ktreet,
. - KEBRASCA.
JOHN c. cowm,
T. W. T. Klcharcls, .
Attorney at Law,
(MreSlOlStk'st., ket Farakaa
uA DmitUs, Oamaka, Jiefc.
P-0. Box 80
O. U. BALLO
OBeo nCreighton'a itew block, aoutheaat cor
OMAHA. - MB.
SAVAGE & tf ANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
MS FAKKHAH 8TREAT.
N. J. BURNHAH.
ATT0KKE1 A7(D COUXSEIXOK IT
Ko. 20 Faraham Street
OMAHA - NEB.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE,
Boom No. 1. 8. E. Corner Uth sjJDoucui SU,
OMAHA, - - JEBR.
t. . arATJai.
SPAUN & PRITCHE1T,
Attonwn wi C?wirtri at Law.
OC, Mft Tweet iiAreeU
i .j. Lae IU n. Omaha. 2b.
G. W. AMBROSE,
Lttomr - -
UNCI'S PE1A USE
JOBTS . KJCU.KY,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
t; ir atteda4 to., Ne earfsruh
donsJaremi4e, HMMMtoM -i
ketrict AUMTMf 1
OFhlCS ftsath snla ef FaTBl
Uk m t uth m , tf ftsili Cwan
Shebidak thinks it rould be an
easier matter to kill off thelndans
than to reconcile them.
coming events are beginning to
cast their shadows before, in the po
What is a home -without a
mother, and what would Omaha be
without a sensation? .
A house divided againstfitsftlf
can't stand, and that's what's the
matter at Palmer's Spoon Lake
Applications for the Omaha
poetmasterhhip will now be in or
der. President Grant is at Long
And the cry is still theycome.
We mean the Mennonites, who
have again landed in New York" six
hundred strong. They are West
ward bound, anJ we anticipate a
portion, if not all of them, will,
make Nebraska their future home.
They bring over $100,000 in gold,
which will make a very desirable
Petf-k Saxe, Esq., brother to
John O. Saxe, the famous poetical
humorist, is now in the city. A fev
days ago he was at Ogden, the guest
of Lorin Farr, a prominent Mor
mon functionary. Taking advan
tage of his intimacy with John
Wilson, proprietor of the great
Palace Amphitheatre Circus, Mr.
Saxe presented his Mormon host
with a complimentary pass for him
self and family. In due time the
Mormon patriarch appeared before
the circus tent with his family, con
sisting of five wives and thirty-two
children. The pass was honored
and the family were assigned to
thirty-eight orchestra chairs.
An indiscriminate tfaugMcr in
clothing and genta' furnishiug
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ot our apu make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Qottheimer.
Broker, at 290 Farnham street
Unredeemed Fledgea for Sale.
tth atreet between Jonea and LeaTen worth ita ,
OMAHA, -. NEBBASKA.
KEEPS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT
met ot Iades' jnd Genu' straw hats, trim
med and untriinmed. Parasols. Piques, llar
seillea. Nainsooks and all kinds of Ivy Goods,
Ladles' xai Genu ' Boots, etc My line of Err
Goods it Complete. SUi "g only for CASU, I
am able to tJKI)fc.RShi.L any other Iealer In
theaty. Our PBiCESare LOWER than erer
heard cl before. mTl43m-iil
Patter's Block, Bet California & WebUr Ets.
Physicians Prescript ions carefully
je26 Zm" combouniinl.
OFFICE. No. 23S FARNffAM ST.
Bet 13th & Uth Sts OSS ABA.
a-OUlcst ijrBCtcliie Dn lists iu Hie city
DR. A, S, BILLINGS,
884 9Marxalaam. St.,
Bat. ISth aad tits, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by dm of ni
)ce open atall hou
sVcutsIomX XI. o
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Dtspenaes hU own aerddnee. and bealdes
rsruUr practice, make speetaUUea of Derann
saenta and Diseases Peculiar to Womeat, Flstu
U, Piles and other Dlacaaee of the Bactua. '
Orvicx : Comer Farnham and 14Ni stneta,
first door to the rfcht. op atalrr; sVsideac.
210 Douglas street, between 12 and lb.next
to Lutheran Church Omaha. Feb. Address)
Lark Hoi Sx. lanXldawtf
MBS. J. K. VAN OERCMK
Residence and oB(. 230 Dudfe at bet Uth and
Special attention: paid to" obstetric and dis
peCUI. jr lO WBfn miwi rniwp-ti. tJfct.
California, House. ,
IMTZ HAFJEB, Prep'r..
No. 1T0 Douglas Street, corner 11th, Om ha,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
ITODBARB at KCKs-atUT.
Market Gardner !
A LL KKD3
Orders addressed to us
Uianta. for sale.
at our garden
Car. 81rtati Pail Strrebt,
will recelTe prompt auemtlo. aplMJm
BXDMAH & LEWIS.
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
Xi TJ 2sL B E E
Ca hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
TJ P. Soap Taotoryl
Situated ton the line: of the UaloaJtelic.
RaiVoad, near the powder house, lianufac
tarea Itat-claaa soap for home consumption.
weoubuix xxd axxait. vKixxa is
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
TOBICt.0 ANB PIPEST
asarCaliferaia Wines mad Brandiea.'V.
Corner of lSh and Dod streets, opposite the
aw Port OSee buUding.jpBixha. Neb- )e2SU
costkacti i nniMa t
rhe subscriber U puiiJi'
to do aU kinds
Ttraarlaiaa- f sVaallfaraW OT lHwai t. , im
IllJHeaVy FTaaaiMTiwy tx
e bridge a speciall fc WH 3Sl
isnpettlhsSMoileV ahonert Boaatbta
notice, tars aad meiafaHnca tarnished.
IWm ar.1b.IMai (VnfltV CWks aSat. OlhCf
jeiT.6 S74 Sii suttt, Ossito.
Washington-, D. C, July 18.
Mr. J. Edmunds, chairman of the
residenUrepablican campaign com
mittee, has issued a circular to the
republican members of Congress
asking a contribution of 5100 from
Wh one lof'caHipaigapurpbses.'
Ex-Senator R. M. T.Hunter and
GeneralFltz Hugh Lee -are -the
most prominent candidates for
democratic .nomination for Congress
in the first -Virginia district.
The President will return to Wash
ington to-morrow, and a cabinet
meeting will be held Tuesday. It
is learned that the difference exist
ing between Secretary Bristow and
Treasurer Spinner, is the Russian
mission which will probably be set
Bey. Joha C,' Glendenning, who,-;
-was arrested ia weuBewny w :
charge of bartardy prererrea Dy
Miss Pomeroy, was re-arrested yes
terday afternoon. Mjss Pomeroy,
throughvherJcounsel, has com
menced suit against him for the re
covery of $10,000 damages for
breach of promise, and this being
an act intoxt the circuit court in
which the suit is pending issued, a
bench vrarrant for his arrest. He
was taken into custody by Sheriff
Yesterday his connsel procured a
writ of habeas corpus and Judge
Bedle released him on $4,000 1511.
He was also arrested on a criminal
charge of seduction, and gave bail
to answer ut the nextjerm of court.
It is not known whether Ihe Pros
pect Avenue Presbyterian Church
have taken steps to investigatctne
matter or not.
- Salt Lake,' July 19..
The llret'ifflcialact' of a 'Commis
sioner of the Supreme Court, sitting
as a Committing Magistrate, by-yir
tue of the Poland J)ill, 'Wasper
formed yesterday, by causing the
arrest of some Mormon Policemen,
upon taking a citizen from his own
bouse and imprisoning him without
authority. The accused were held
to answer before the .District Court.
The Qentile delegates have nomi
nated a full county ticket, composed
principally of Liberal Mormons.
One of .the' candidates is a.PoIyga
mist The objecfof this policy, as
understood, is to split the Church
party. It is thought that a certain
nrominent Mormon, who. however;
is known to have becomo seriously
to Jiavu uecuuiu bc-iiuusij i
opposed to the rule of Brigham
id nis counselors, win reuiw;
ceive the Gentile nomination
Delegate to Congress.
New York, July 10.
AWashingtQn special says that
at the recent meeting ofthe Indian
peace commission, Messrs. Torney
andLang were, deputized to .visit
the Pacific coast to assist in the pur
p)inA nf poods for the Indians.
They will visit and inspect sucg
agencies as ume wmauoru, puyi
particular attention m uie.inui
In Washington Terrritory,' w,
Btroeriutendency has recently
abolished. These gentlemen
ovnwffvl to start earlv in All
Senator Thurman is still f
nlfv. eunnosed to be encacrd in
paring an" elaborate campaign'
sneech to be delivered in Ohio I;
in the summer.
Senator Sarceant has been in
oltv almost continuously since TSe
adjournment. Senator Kellyrof
Oregon, has not yet returneditrhls
constituents. Senator HJWhcock
has been here a few day's a fly
ing trip. He does not anticipate
much trouble from the Indians,
in his State. This sumrner'rfcam
paign, he thinks, will be anftaated
in Nebraska, as the comingegisla
ture will have to elect a suoagworto
Senator Tipton 'jSME.
The friends of Dockery herJii(ve
received the assurance that fcrfen-
tpnee against him will nojbe car
ried into execution.
- iNBW-YoiiK, July.10.
Thoprke fight recently arranged
hoiwpin Turner and JackMcHn-
'ley. was fought at Sandy Bea"ebi
Xonir Island, this morning.
men foueht at catch weight, ace
ing to the rule flf the London pi
ring, for Sll) o sme. f Pg jjur'
and a large crowa oi Bportir
left here in sail ooata, a:
on thp ground shortly al
Tho ring was pjtcuei
rancements were quloi
At 5.40 McKinley enteri
UtV .c'- "tat- wV---
John L. Matthews, of Xojr YorV,
was the referee. The fight tm dm-
perato for twenty-one rounds.- last
ing one hour and five minutest $hx
the last round, Turner suoeeedM fn
fon:ing McKinley to the ropesHe
theu threw his arm around MrfBn
ley'sneck, held him, flnnlyiaVthe
ropes, and pounded him Wpitftilly,
amid the wildest excltSientnd.
shouts of "foul !" He hfllitlm as
loug as his strength wouMallowand
men aroopeu nuu. w
idcKinley, M-ho hadramved a
terrible punlshmentJirtng the
fight, was completely , exhausted,
and' when his second; earned him
to his corner he swooned In Hpite-cf
their efforts. He rafcsed to fight
another rourd, anjdMhrew up the
sponge. Turner was declared the
winner. Tlie crowdjheu separated
and returned to the atsr,
Washington, July 19.
The Gazette of to-tjay contains an
autborative statement frogi- Miss
Frank C. Christie, whose 'maniage
o a son of Itear Admiral Jenkins
a few days sjnee, caused such a sen
sation, ft appears that sheJiM de
termined on a separatipjifMr two
years, at which UmeNTcaUns will
nave attameu ms majoniysin ine
srutAntlme she haa promised him
that she would not make oppositior?
to his obtaining a divoroe, or We
any obstacle in the way.of fciraam
plete reconciliation withjefe family.
And that while she wagiwt reg
.iilaiaiyjiesifaralijci it.V! bei?c
nocest endeavor to opfno ru
proach, or scandal upomjk; , hml
that In all things slie sllMsM .eon
duct herself as a lady, amUktyer
make use of herT mairied
professionally; she- farther
dH ramsniMMlthnt if his fat
not taken him by the timcKe is
twentr-onel she will resum
tal relations with him if he
to go with her, and do what she?
for their mutual support; ana
she would do anything ana e
thing in the premises thatgAi
Jenkins couliLasK ner to a te
the aaarriace and restore' JH:
Mrs. Jenkins closed her.
I ment at the theatre comlque
nitrht. and it is understood will leavd
it once for the Pacific coast.
Constantinople, July lStfe,
Loss by the fire at Agala is
ma'cd at two millions.
Berlin, July 18.
Enmeror William will visit the
King of Bavaria soevafter his
turn from lscuu - - rj
. AfAnRTTl. JlllV imjQ
day. arising from the opposition off
tue peopie to iuu wuw i. j.".
troops suppressed the row. Several
jiersons were injure J. f$
Paris, July 1S.L
M. Fourton, minister of thoik-
terior, in consequence of thSMi-
net's determination to prosibate the
Bonapartists, has resign. r The
Due de Brocliiwill .probSMya suc
ceed him. fj "i;-')"-f
'iMnir1i iitkm -nmrilttrl to
the Emperor, prayiag for ' thj .re
lease of the imprisoned -Bfjfiopcu
The Emneror refused to CTaatJUM
Detition. until the JJishops-woBd:
formally announce their subinjatoa
to the State. "fe"
t The Madrid jouroUBState thai the
Carlisls liave'i.eizellfa large number
of men, women 'ind children on
Cautabryan coasfeKand in Biscay,
arid hold them agS hostages, to be
shot in case of antjRtack by the Be
L6ndox, July 17.
The Times' cojjrespondent at San
tander, telcgrpns that the proba
bility jofffbreign intervention in
the aflairs of Spain, is muchdis
A sjieclalfetelegram to the Dally
Xews fromyIrr8nna,' says that the
journals offlsat city suggests that
European powers collectively urge
France torohibltfall French sup
port to theCarlists, who cress the
Spanish frontier, on account of bar
barities practiced by their forces.
j0 London, July-18.
Scotland won the Elcbo shield at
the WjWibledbn meeting; England
secoudl-a.id Ireland third. The
benebehfof th6 Gray Inn-have de
cidetl tfc limit the Keneally inquiry
to the ct, whether or not, he is the
editooSf the Englishman.
Thnreather throughout England
tches from India announce
thjlt tho inundations are subsiding.
wrn, ,:.; i.jn ,,
- "" -
jlioNDON, July 18.
In the House of Lords last eve-
ir the Earl of Card Ivan, Secre-
tevry.of Stato for the colonial report,
that Her iMajestj's uovern
t"was ready to accept tho ac-
cqpxton ot ryi jsiaiid 11 it was
niSde unconditional, but the sixteen
uses proposed by the Fiji Island
ere.not acceptable. The Governor
of New South Wales has been in
structed to submit the- views of the
government in the matter to the
King and' inhabitants of Fiji
Island. -a1 s E
Thirty thousand gallons of creo
sote were destroyed by fire at Both
. .. Paris, July IS.
There is diseentiousi n the minis
try upon qupstjons of general poll;
,cy, but no cbange in the govern
ment, other than the retirement of
M. Magne, which is expected to
take place before the debate of next
Monday on the report of the com
mittee of thirty.
It is said tnat in consequence of
the refusal of the minister of the
interior to authorize the prosecution
of M. Rouher, the Due Delasses has
threatened to resign if M. Fuorton
remained in the Cabinet. Another
Cause which would lead to his resig
nation was that M. Fuortou h.ad re
tired from lus colleagues by a policy
determined upon by the Constitu
tional Government, until the expira
tjou of MacMahon's term A "
Havana July is,
One exchange office opened its
doors for- business .to-day, Tho
order of-theCapbiirii. General re
quiring bulletins of buying and
selling prices of gold to be posted in
"a conspicuous place, was complied
with. . v
TuRVferous complaints are made
that landlords ate rajsjng house
rents and therety throwing on' their
tenants the payment of the extra;
on in ary taxes Imposed by govern;
The Captain General has com:
muted the ueatn sentence qi two
deserters, and of4 a negro slave on.
Bodies of counter guerillas are
,-formiuirroE. operations jn the hills
near Trinidad, and two small fly.
Ing columns of cavalry have been cr
gnnized to protect tho populace
and farms in the valley.
Saratooa, July 18.
Everything here is confusion and
excitement: The discussions re
garding the" race are heated "and
but one substantial fact seems to be
settled, and that is that the Colum
bjagrjeww6n the'race. This' is un-.
;disputed but as lolfcp time of the
winning orow and the order In
which theother boats came In, there
are many statements. Both Har
vard and Yale claim a foul on each
other, and the WJleyan crew
claims a foul on the Columbia,"at
the beginning of the second mile.
Columbia was leading at the begin
ning; with Yale second, Harvard
third and Wtsleyan fourth; sud
denly Yale stopped, the strokp oar
UVinif uroKfii, uuu ujev pituui iuhv
Harvard ran -.abreast of them and
pushed them off with theirs jpajB.
The Judges meet this5, afternoon and
hoar tup evidence. Offipial tirap
was not taken, bur thp uppffipUJ
time isl6:42i. Thr,water was in
splendid condition land the whole
race was superb. The start was ex
cellent, Cojunibialieing the first to
J -, ;
-- NewYork, Jul8.
Flags are flyjug from tbe'CIty
Hallio-dayin bonor of the victo
rious Columbia crew. Bunting is
also dismayed' from the prlncipali
I hotels and prominent buildings in
acknowledgment of tne rewxorK
eis' victory at Saratogo. - -
The Arbitration Committee sf the
Produce Exchange have come to a
division in the case of the alleged
corn frauds, andfhe"result will be
AuVJ&hed on Monday next V .
-V.'Vf..im.m V T I.iW ID
GMtles LuUeTeung, son of the
-wati Bfflowa safBaWtA-er, www pay
Inarbn the PeeMiT track near north
i,.v -. -.. . .rt . vii
juzaoetn taw evening, was bttucc'
the express train and instantly
4 O'CLOCK P.
..New York, July 17.
The over-dae steamship Wiscon
sin arrived at a late hour last night
Serious fear; have been entertained
Long Branch, July 18.
- Atthepoalielling to-night large
sums were staked on Vaultresa and
BbyiockiBlttW swtchrace, the lat
ter generally beina: the favorite.
Atlanta, Ga., July 18.
ABaatofj tiorit denies that he
ever clajebed aay intimacy -with
PresiileGrantror to know anv-
UimaTjaIi PolJJlVtwW8-or pur-l
,pooe,isTum svujr cou,viaeiuuu wiui
him; ortbathenaaever naa any
communication with Gen. Grant as
to party organizations or pro
grames, past, present, or future.
1 ,": fiABMSBCRoyPa., July 18.
"'Mrs. 'Barbara DeHart, aged one
hundred ''and one years and six
months, died yesterday. She was
the mether of ten children, forty
two grand-children, seventy-seven
great-grandchildren, and one great
great grand child., She has been
blind for 20 years.
Louisville, Ky July 18.
Daniel Martney was shot at Har
rodsburg to-day by- James Slaugh
ter. The latter charged Martney
with criminal Intimacy with his
wife, which Martney admitted,
when Slaughter drew a revolver
and fired, inflicting a fatal wound.
The entire Harrodsburg bar have
volunteeied to defend Slaughter.
Long Branch, July 18.
To-day was the last of the Mon
mouth Park meeting, The atten
dance was large, and a general in
terest, has been manifested in the
races. There were seven starters
for the August stakes, and seven for
the Robins stakes; six for the con
solidation handicap; twoforamatch
race, being Vaultress and Shylock;
five for steeple chase; first race for
August stakes, value $500, distance
one mile, was contested by Arailla,
Venango, Lizzie P, Chesapeake,
Morris, 'Eclipse, Tilly and Vlcttr.
The race was won by Chesapeake,
with Lizzie P second and Eclipse
Washington, D. C, July 17.
It is officially stated that citizens
of the United States will be permit
ted to enter France from any direc
tion, without having their pass
ports, but they must by prepared to
prove their nationality, when re
The-- foregoing notice, which has
been copied into several journals, is
calculated to lead some of our citi
zens Into trouble. It is true, JW can
be learned at the State Department,
that for a long time passports have
not been required or strangers, en
tering the territory of France. They
are, however, required in some
countries of Europe, and elsewhere,
and the necessity, alluded to jn tne
above notjee, ot Ijeing prepared to
proVie ' thejr nationality ' vbefi
required, applies to citizens of the
United States equally with all for
eigners, and not only in Francd,but
in all foreign countries a passport is
most effectual, and authentic means
of establishing nationality,and may
save the bearer any amoant of ln
convenience and detention. It is
therefore earnestly recommended to
all American citizens about to trav
el out of their own country to pro
vide themselves with passports be
fore, leaving home, fjneyare. toBe
procured on application at 'the de
partment of State.
, Ratifications of the, postal treaty
betwepp ' the UnftefJ. States and
Frappe were pichanged toilajT at
the poatoftipe department by M.
jjoetholdi, French Minister and
the acting Postmaster General.
This treaty goes Into effect August
1st. The single rate for letters will
be nine cents in the United States
for each fifteen grammes, half an
ounce, or portion thereof, and fifty
centimes in Franca for pach, teh
grammas, or portion thereof, All
newspapers to France will be three
'cents each. If not over four ounces ;
other printed matter, and samples
of merchandise, Rqt o?er ono ounpe,
two Pfjnts ; over, and not exceeding
two ounces, four' cents ; over two,
and not exceeding four ounces, six
cents ; and, if over four ounces, an
additional PbftrgP of sx cents for
each additional four ounces or frac
Buford Wilson, solicitor of the
treasury, who has been investigat
ing the Harrington safe burglary
case, has about completed his re
port, and soon as It can be drafted
he will submit it to Secretary Bris
tow. The report does -not riate ex
clusively to the sate burglary, but
contains a long review of the char
acter of the secret service force, and
Its method of u.ng business, jje
concludes from the review that the
seorpt service force fails to give suf.
ficient return for the Ivge amount-
of money it expends, and be there
fore recommends that the secret
service division be entirely abol
ished at once. The office in New
kork is closed, and the force dis
charged; the books records, &c., will
be brought to Washington for ex
amination. The question of the system to take
its p)aoa s still a matter of ponsld.
eratlon Between the (Secretary ana
the Solicitor, but" the basis of the
new arrangement will probably be
to give the 'Marshals and District
Attorney authority to worlr up the
eases in their owa districts. The
evidence taken by Mr. Wilson
while In New York did not In ary
way implicate Colonel WWtl.y,
Many of the fcree attached to the
oivil service in the safe burglary
aaif the 'Solicitor, la view, oi the
-fact that'thfs matter is being vigor
ously examined by the grand jury
of this district, prefer not to express
an opinion as that feature of the
case until after the grand Jury has
acted upon it
Mr. Wilson to-day received ad-
ditfonalinlWBntioo bearing upon
this branch of the case, and ieft
again last night for New York to
Investigate it Jtortljtr In this conneo
tien, - 's&-r t
It ts' seated 2at Conwood, ex
chM of the seeret service division,
has reqaested the parties most de
s4rstobebretagjtiefbrethegrand Jury, and by whom he promises to
show m all the parties engaged In
planning and engineering the safe
TM6lny1jS fe ti. OuU Dally B.
rAaAtliiliniH raollo TalacraJn Co.
was overdue, 'arrived
pool at a late bour'Iaat i
ous fears were ente
safety, as she was seven J
fired, aad the crews are!
uob; inerecuiar starter.
aaaper were so tuspu
acuoa'of the crews 1
" en w l
taey would not go
sf eaaaer thla morniBg.
Mayor Haveaeever's i
the.charga afefctrcd, agai
oi omctai lafjoeisnaot. are n
prepared, aad H k rinufciftil whel
they wiu be ready for. Governor
Derore Monday or Tuesday.
Mayor says it k a loue docaneat
but refuses to give any hint as teits
Saratoga, July 18.
The college race Is aver. Colaaa-
bia wins, Cornell comes in -second,
ana Trinity third. The crews
started well together, and the first
mile Columbia led, followed by Har
vard secouti, Trinity third, Prince
ton fourth udWesleyan fifth. The
finish W2k. a splendid contest be
tween the Columbias and Cornells.
The Yale crew broke an oar and
stopped on the second mile.
t Brooklyn, July IS.
A rumor that Theodore Tilton
was to sail by a Cunard steamer for
Europe this morning wan circulated
in Brooklyn last night. Inquiry
was made at Tilton's bouse as to
the truth of the report, but no in
formation was obtained. The rumor
created some little excitement, but
it is believed that Tilton is still in
the city preparing his written
statement for the Plymouth Church
Washington, July 18.
General Spinner authorizes the
statement to be made, that there
has been no discussion between the
Secretary, or Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury and himself, regarding
the appointments in his office. He
thinks he is sufficiently well-informed
upon the provisions of the
constitution and laws on the subject,
to preveut him fropi assuming any
untenable grounds in the matter.
The question may arise as to the
present province or power of the
civil service board under existing
laws. Whatever may be arrived
at in this regard will govern
the offipo of treasurer in common
with other departments of business.
Assistant Secretary Conant is also
authority for the statement that
there has arisen no differences be
tween the treasurer aud himself
upon thl" matter of appointments in
the treasury office, but such an event
had been rendered impossible by the
fact that the subject has never been
officially discussed by them.
New York, July 18.
The grand jury of the court of
general sessions have rendered three
indictments against ex-police com
missioners Cbarlick and Gardiner,
for 'alleged violation of elections.
The indictments are all for illeirallv
j removing the inspectors of elections
the same indictment on whicli
they were recently convicted..
John Smith, second inatp pf the.
American .ship Cultivator, pf Salem,
Mass.,'was shot dead by tlip gjuef
officer of the vessej, John McCarty,
wbjlp on vpyagp from San Fran
cisco to Ireland. McCarty on arri
ving in Europe was sent back to the
United States for trial. He arrived
here toklay ai.d after an examina
tion before the U S commissioner,
was committed to await the action
of the grand jury.
The steamship Wisconsin, of the
Williams & Gulon line, is nearly a
week overdue from Liverpool, but
the owners are confident that she
will reach this port jn safety.
. fibt fiundre'd. -Mennonltos arrived
yesterday from Hamburg, bringing
$1Q0,000 In drafts. Thpy go West ip
a day or 'two for pe'rma'hent settle
ment Pevman Mapk, wholosalo fur
nMure'a'eaiers'and manufacturers on
Hudson street, have failed. Their
liabilities are $90,000 ; assets about
$40,000. The failure throws 150 men
out of work.
Eufaula, Ala., July 18,
Abe pplton and. Jack Pom, two
negroes, were banged at 12 o'clock
yesterday, at Clay ton,Barbour coun
ty, about twenty wiles west of this
place for attempting to murder and
rob Mr. Dukes, They protested
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NSW Vark Mfney Market.
New York July 18.
Money Easy at 22 per cent.
Exchange Dull but steady; 487J
sixty days; 490 for sight.
Gold strong and higher on short
coverings of short contracts, and the
price advanced from 10 to 101; now
selling at the higher figure.
Governments Active, strong at
an advapoe of J J poroent, btitaf.
ter the flirt hour of business tho
market became very dull.
Haw York Produce Market.
New York, July 18.
Breadstuff Opened dull general
Flour Stagnant; Superfine State
and Western 5 005 50; extra 5 70
Wheat Dull; No 1 spring, 1 37
1 40; No 2 Chicago 1 3Q1 32; No
2 Milwaukee spring 1 361 38.
Corn Firmer; western mixed
afloat at 7778J.
Oats Heavy; western mixed C2
wye .nominal; i tuwi vs.
Provisions Quiet and nominally
Pork Strong; new mess 19 75
Lard Steam rendered, 12 asked ;
kettle rendered, 11 J asked; prime
city, Ut asked.
Leather Quiet for hemlock; sales
oonflned to higher grade.
Iron Dull and nominal.
Wool Fairly active, but prices
without decided change.
CWc!, PrttiMO Market.
Chicago, July 18.
Flour Dull, shippers bidding
5 00 for good extras; supers 3 50
Wheat Weaker ; cash, 1 11 J.
Com Quiet ; cash, 621; August;
61; September, 61.
Oats Quiet; cash," 49; July,
47J; .August. 35 ; September, 34.
Barley September, 1 00.
Pork Firm ; August, 20 05 ; Sep
tember 20 25.
Lard Quiet and unchanged.
e Have also a Ful
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, BE PELL ANTS,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, also VELVET & BEATER CLOAEEfGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
MERINO LNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINEN IS GREAT VARILTT. A FULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS. OIL GLOTES. MAT f INS RUGS, AND MATS,
CHEAPER; IHIAJST THE CHEAPEST
Furniture, bedding, Mirrors,
and everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade; has largely increased his stock, and now
feT-?fc.SPmetP ass?Vment oi FINE, MEDIUM and LOW
?Si g0?eTs' hlck he is pffenng at such REDUCED
?E8 as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this -line, to examine his stock before purchas
PARLOR SfcTS, LOUNGES &c.: UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
Ac &c. &c.
S. IdOR.or KIT sadFARKDAl
Schneider & Burmester
riN, COPPER AND SHEET IK0S
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooklag aad Heatlag Stares.
Tin Roofing, 8poutln; and Qnttr ig don
short notice and In ite best uiaaner.
iitecn troet apt24 d)
City Meat Markex.
Ewp constantly ontaand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
B s.xi i, Pc
Spring and Summer Styles.
Fine aad Medium
rt-pT-pn A T-Bgi
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING !G00DSs
Fall ssortmcn(or Imported TTcolcns. All Work Warrjated.
2b2 FarniLaniSt, . . Omaha, ZTeb
0"LT3STE 18th, 1S74 !
FKOII THIS DATE WE WILL SELL
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
Cor. 13th. aad Harnoy Stroets,
233 sFarnlLam St Hear 14th.
and Furnishing Goods
THAIT THE CHBAEBST,
C. F. HICKMAN.
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