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OMAHA MONDAY MORNINGJTJLY 27 , 1874. NO. 32. * t
VOL. IY.
TEE DAILY BEE.
EDWAUD KOSKWATEB , EAl'-or nd Prop'r
-Cffice-Xo. I'M r irnlinin treettjetw.
Mnlli nod Toith.
TEUMS OK fcUBSCBIPTION :
r , ° ne r"1"in.ad"nre . idrance 4.00 '
month * , in
six
thrt-e menlhs : n dr ncc _ . _ . 2.00
f rot paid in adTsnce , $8 { > cr annum wiJ
It colleted.
PSEDEB.ICK ,
LEADING HATTER !
Best Goods ,
LOWBSTPHICES
Far t'immSt-
OMAHA.
CBACKEEKASOFAOl-OBT ,
. JS5 liarner . .treeUj tot.
McClureAMnltu. detU"
QLA83 AHJ ) PICTURE PfliMEB.
-r Kclnhart. ISC Poul etreet. dwlei In
J .wlnJow gU aad picture Iraiues. " " " "g
' 2
doac to order.
EOOT3 ADD SHOES.
I-ang. 155 Fiirahara st , Iwlwran IMa
-
Philip 115U. -ebl9TJ
COSFECTIOHEBT.
- - 12th and ttcugln streets.
--r L. Latcy , corner
rl manufacturer nud wholesale dealer In
Sndks and conlettlonery. Couutf f tr d so-
Jiceted. 8Pla
COAL Jr.A.LEIB. !
) otondJ TJIiot , " 0 'i
131 Karulutn et.
DEUGOIST ? .
1A. K < lcr , druggist , corner 12th v * " '
. neysis
PAWN BKOKER.
-n * - Eigutter , No. 200 Farnbam tt. | el"tf
LAU5DBY.
Isun-lrT opened at oil 11tl > kt"t -
Anfw . fat Poujlan. 1 l nsa'.ing and
iroulng will l > e done to order , oral ! asJ work
PAIITTEES.
i B < sinl. hou-e auj iilsn paint ,
Lcliiaao st. bet. F-rnuarn aud Uaneja28u
BO/tP PACTOBT.
13rcmlnm Soap Wortf. TowcJI & Co , atill
I ; manu'act-ire tl-eir P.Viuluca Soap. Fl p
Jirxt i.rcmlun.awarded by tbe Lougla county
and Stste Iair , and rottawatlaiuU ! couutjr , 14 ,
Orilers goli jU l ( rom the trade ,
A1IOBHE1S.
K. ISTABROJK. M. FRANCIS
ESTABBOOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Creluliton Klock , Oiuaha , Neb.
DEXTER L , THOMAS ,
sy antl" Counsilor at Law.
1 OPTICS oem No" Viacler'i Block ,
NEB
' ' -
OMAHA
Atlomcyat-Um and Solicitor IB
F-Q3UJ" .
-OTH Tlrst K tJon l Baak ,
Attorney at Iaw
( CampbeU'j Kkck. )
091-2 TH1BTEEKTBB 8T3BBT. OMAHA
2B 1m .
. BALDWIJJ C20. M. O'BEJKS.
BAI.DWIN & . i
ATTOBNEYS5LA.W
Office Cald r U Block , Douglas Street ,
OSIA1IA. - * * - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN C. COVIN , „
r. JSolloltor-
COUNSELOR.
? FICE-CKEIGHTON'S BLOCK ,
OMAHA , KEHBASKA.
ArftfOMAHA
T. W. T. Kicnards ,
Attorney at Law ,
Office 510 13th St. , bet. Farnliam
and Douglas , Omaha , Seb.
P' 0. Box 80
O.H.BALU ) r.i > . U. GLASGOW.
Bnllou& Glasgow ,
ATTORNEYSATLAW ,
Office n Creighton'9 new blocV , southeast cor
room , floor.
OMAHA. aEB.
SAVAGE & MANDERSOh ,
Attorneys at Law ,
y ® FAENHAM 8TBEAT.
H . J. BIIB.1SHAM.
ATTOllXEl AND COUNSELLOR " AT
LAW , . ,
No. 2CO Firnham Htr et
OMAHA - NEB.
mrliSOll _
JOlfJi K. KBM.KT.
Attorney IGounseloratLaw
/ OLUUTTIONS SOLICITED AND PROMPT-
\J ly attended' to. No charge unless collec
tions arc made. Houses to let and rents col
tclal. Itcnl estate twucutand sold. aplTtl
W. J. CONNELL *
AKD
Attorney for Second Jad-
Iclal District ,
OF1-1CS South sJdo of Farnhan ? , betweei
1Mb an < 16th sts. , oppoeite Court ilouse.
teU
"SPAl'N & PRITCHE1T ,
Attorneys ind Counselors at Law. .
oe60ft Twelt 1 V eet.
/ 4.1 . . . iffc ] RAT 4no. Omaha. Ileb
"
< , ' , S. SIlROPSfiIRE ,
i'
Attorney- r Law
000 No. 1 , S , B. ftrncr 15th and Doi ias Sti
OMAHANEBB )
G. Vf
UEIIC | JS jPEBA HOCSB
ouAHA. "res.
Ay excursion for Iceland would
just now be very popular in these
parts.
Two goblets , an ice pitcher aud a
tray , comprised Tattee's munificent
gift to our accommodating post
master.
AND now Jim Btephenson think *
it was a put up job to swindle him
out ol $75.00 , aud he would be enti
tled to public sympathy if the mo
ney had not been paid by him as a
bribe. .
THE Senatorial probabilities of
Governor Dix are now being serious
ly canvassed. He is said to aspire
to the Senatorial slippers of the la
mented Fenton.
DOCTOR ( ? ) STODDARD admits
that he was circulating a pact of
lies about Furay and the$4,000 trans
action , for the benefit of his liberal
patron , Patteo. There is no doubt
that the .Doctor ( ? ) lied , either then
both times.
or now , and possibly
THF.RE is one man in Omaha that"
does not believe Gen. Strickland's
version of that $4QOQ transaction ,
and his name is Pattea. If Pattee
really believe 1 that Strick had de-
liberstpjy swindled him out of such
a large sum , would he counsel , con
sort and cohabit \vftb h.lm ?
THB reported stoppage op the
Grand Island and IJaslJng ? Rail
road , Is by no means to be construed
of tbe
as a financial embarrassment
Company. It U simply R failure on
'be part of tbe contractors to raise
t means to continue their
the contractors a dJ.
have all the means for
the road , they originally had. Only'
60,000 yards more of grading , and
one-half of the Platte bridge re
mains still unfinished. The bridg-
JHK material Is on the ground , and
the probabilities are that the road
will be completed In accordance
with the contract
indiscriminate slaughter m
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnhatn street Fine linen and
chovoit shirts ol our wu make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
Railroad Tickets
bought and sold by P. Qotthelmer ,
Broker , at 296 Faruham street
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
may Iv26
Hamlet Drum ,
9th street between Jones and Learenworth sts ,
&MAHANEBBASKA. .
T7"EErSTHF. MOST COMPLETE ASSORT-
_ LV Wtt of Indies' > nd Gents' straw hats , trim
med and untrimfflfd , Parasols. Piques , Mar
seilles. NalniooU and s ! ) kinds of liy Goods ,
Ladles' tnd Gentr * Bo. ts , etc. Ify line ot Cry
Goods ir Complete. S .lll ; only ' ( or OAS1I , I
am able to UNDKBSbL.li any other Dealer lethe
the City Our PKICESare LOWEK than erer
heard U before. mTli-3m-nl
, KOOEEHEAD ,
AND
Patter's Block , BetCallfi > nl fc
UMAUA , NEB.
Phyilclans Prescriptions carefully
JicJC 3m * comnoundxd.
DEMTISTS ,
OFFICE , Ho. 232
CP STUM.
Bet t3t * ) L Uth lj-
ae-OldcRt ractlrl ? l > intlU In the city
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
5334 : E.TTa.la. . . 3. flit , *
Bet. 13th and 14th , up sum.
T eUi xtractod without pain , by use of M-
irous Oild * 3u.
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispense * his own medclnes' end besides
regular practice , makes spedalltfe * of DeraBgt-
mcnUi ted Disoasea Peculiar to Woman , Fistu
la , PllaVand otber Diseases ot tha BeetDm.
OFFIOC : Caroar Farnham and l h itrtett
flit door to tha rinht , up iUlir. Besldenc
210 Dougtii street , botwaai ; and nth , next
to Lutheran Church .Omaha. JfD AflUr * *
L < * k Hna SU. un ldvlf
MB8. J. K. VAMDKIICOOK.
Eclectic Physician.
Besldeiice and offlc. 250 Dodi t Ut Utb "al
15th sts.
Special attention paid to'otoUtrlci and dll-
eases peculiar to women and children. I9U.
PROPOSALS FOR
t proposal will be received by the un-
lersigned niJJ 8 P. . , July 2l t , 1874. for
lorfr * nl of lr , more or lot. to be dellTered
in such quanttties , cd at such times as my bo
uired Jor tbe u e of the fifpdepartmeut.
' be openid at neii-m tjpe ot the
"WILLIAM LATEY ,
Cor. 16lh and "Webster
Keeps a complete assortment ot
GROCERIES and T
PROVISIONS.
SHERIFF'S
By TlrtuacI arendl issueJ out of tbe Dis
trict Court Jor Cummluc County , Nebraska.
and to ma directed , I will on tbe 24th day ol
July. A. D. , 1871. at 10 o'clock , JI.'M. ot said
day , at tbe store room ol Albert Tucker , No ,
234 Douglas street , in tbe city ot Omaha , and
County of Douzlas , In said State , sell * t suction
the following described property , Jerled upon
to satisfr a Judgment ol said. Court ; re
covered by II. L. Henry , against Albert
Tucker , to-wlt : Eighty-Si * cases of BCD' * and
-boys' boots , 29 case * of shoes ; also all the retail
stock ot boots and shoe * contained In said store ;
also A small line of bats and caps ; also .thi fal
lowing' described store aad ofice lurnlture ;
Two lounges , 1 desk , 1 store and pipe , 2 chain ,
1 stow east and 1 letter press , or so much ot UM
aaU goods as are neetssa'y to satisfy said Judg
ment and costs , and accruloccoiti thereon.
JLLFBhD BUBLEY ,
JylUlOt
COSTRACTSI BtUDGKSf
The subscriber is prepared to do all kind
ot Bridging. ( Kailway or Jligbway ) . File Drir
leg and Heary Framlcg of any description
i6f4fl bridges a sprdalt-rlll furnish malaria
inicompUi , the same on the shortest potslbl
jtoiityT rliiji * .n speciBcatloLi furnished
Oidm s llcludr Cowl ? Qerka and other
jffi wntealaror b tad og f fctttac
VERY LATEST.
MIDNIG-HT.
TrjJ3 * . . , . . . " " n . . . .
THE "WEST.
A Terrible Flood Visits Eureka ,
Nevada/
BROOKLYN , July 26. r
A large seizure of illicit whisky
was mode last night by the revenue
officers , from a prominent firm here.
Several packages of western spirits
for Illinois were .captured , their
names not corresponding with their
labels.
JEKSEYCITY , July 26.
" * Mrs. J. P.-Bauer , wife > ofa , Ger
man saloon keeper on 'West New
ark avenue , , was mysteriously shot
while standing at her door last
night and fatally wounded by an
unknown assassin. Her husband is
undersuryeHIance. '
NEW YORK ; July 26.
Early this morning a fire broke
out in Beamer & Co.'s stables , 123
west Eighteenth street , and exten
ded to Nos. 125 and 129 , also occu
pied as atbbles. Several horses
were lost and a lot of harness ; dam
age to buildings , stock , del , $250-
000.
Sunday papers say that 3Ira. Til-
ton say that Susan B. Anthony had
visited her home and unfortunately
too many of her class 'to contribute
to its unhappiness , still she has no
recollection of such scenes having
occurred jn the presence of Miss
Anthony as bgs bepn Described.
v
The Beeoher investigating com
mittee bopp to conclude their labors
during the present Wpek. .Beecher
will Jjlf ejy bg examined on Tuesday.
Mrs. Tilton will have another hear
ing , and an opportunity wH be
given Air. Tilton to bring forward
T'nesaesylio , he claims , are hi
confession of Mr.
with
Mrs. Tilton. Mrs. TUton
expressed her entire confidence iu a
favorable' result iu the investigation.
Tilton yesterday said he had yet'
other proofs of Mrs. Tilton's crimin
ality of the most direct and positive
character , that cannot be disputed.
Ho thought there was now no hope
of compromise , but , nevertheless , he
has suggested a mode of settlement
which would stay public excite
ment. If the committee decides in
favor of Beecher , Tilton will sue tor
divorce.
EUREKA , Nov. , July 26.
One of the direst calamities by
flood which ever lias existed in Ne
vada since its settlement .took place
at three o'clock this afternoon. It
had been raining with unprecedent
ed violence at times since early
morning and about midday the cloud
bunt upon the lofty range of moun
tains which borders on the canyon
in which this town is situated. Al
though the water came down in
large streams but trifling damage
was done and soon the excitement
ceased. Scarcely had tbe people re
turned to their homes and business
when a deluging rain set in , such
as js seldom seen in any country.
Each street gujly way was , within
ten minutes from the begjpning.
converted into rivers , the east part
of the town which is much lo ver
than any other , and through which
is a natural channel fora good
ized creek , and where the water
-flooded.- The
was immediatelyflooded. -
4) ) ] for water being considerable ,
oretbromrh with fearful rapidity ,
but still lba''inbflJUauto } thought
henuelvGB safe in theirlibustfj pnd
resumed at each successive stage
hat the flood had reached its hlgh-
fl # point. They reckoned amiss ,
ror su44enjy fjjerp game thundering
down tbe canyons , frqm twe di jp-
tiontya perfect oceauMVvbjcftgarrfcd
everything floatable before it , So
great * wa3 te . geed- and volume
hat it frightfully tofetop theground ,
and 'mingled * the * dust of tbe earth
the spray of the-foaming wa-
Jfoap who remained on their
rending character , Ttyoue living' ,
or who chanced to be on tj } § more
raised portion of the town , came he-
rolcly forward , and rendered olltlie
assistance that human aid could
render. Every moment houseswere
moved-ffom. fadf .foundations , and
came rushing down , Tb ? < wp wjjoyet
remained for the purpose'of-assist-
ng others to escape , was to commit
themselves to tbe foaming stream ,
md be carried down among the
fragment * Pf feogscs. utensils , and
timbers ; infacteverywngthatyame
in the way of tbe flood , and wotch
went tumbling forward to destruc
tion. Ropes were procured and
placed in the hands of the brave
pnen , who ventured forth as far as
possible , each depending on the
other as they formed into a4ine ex
tending into the flood , Good -work
was done by these who were rescued
by this means , but before men' had
e to procure such means , or even
infr of it , many were carried
down d Wt , , As"the debris float
ed by now an4 tUen poujd be seen
human forms mixed with tn'e mas ? .
Some were still ollvg MM } struggling
for assistance , but th ywere beyond
the reach of those'who looked.plty-
mgly on to Mve the women
and children ; with but few excep-
U.Q03 a. ) } were wived. It was In the
act of eavjpg { hem that men in
many cases Jest tbeir Jives. Two
women are reported'lost. ft la. dffc
rJOHltto l arn the names. " Bodies
are being brought jn every fiewpiin-
utes to tbo court house ; among
themj are the' bodies of three
Chinamen , It is also difficult to
ascertain tbe extent of the loss ol
property. At least thirty houses
were swept away , demolished 01
otherwise totally destroyed. All that
portfcm 'of town devoted to dance
houses aada other ( places of public
entertainment IB gone. The office
of the IfcJlyf'Capel was entirely
swept IWW3 The flood lasted bul
half an boor but did its vork well
In that time.
It has , at this'hour , totally sub
sided. Had it occasioned. In the
night , instead of ihe day "time , the
dead must havcbetn'numbered bj
the hundred. The scene is now
one'of desolation , despair and bittei
mourning. Many persons hav <
lost their whole property Amonj
the buildings destroyed Is iho-Eure
ka 'Hall , one of tha largest theatn
'halls in the state.
Tbe weather is still threatening
but careful watch will be kept U ]
through the night , lest the occur
rgnce | s repeated.
TELEGRAPHIC.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for the Omat Dally Bee ,
br tli * Atlantic and Pac ! o TelemPh Oo.
HEW
The ( Beechar-jilton Investigat-
1 Ing Committee still in ses
sion.
'
t
Very important testimony given
favoring Beecher.
Woodhuli will not converse on
the Beecher-Tilton Scandal.
NEW YOKK , July 25.
Victoria Woodhuli arrived from
Chicago yesterday. The Daily
News this afternoon says that
Woodhuli would not converse on
the Beecber-Tilton affair. She de
clared that the reports published in
the western papers , giving conver
sations with her on the' scandal ,
were untrue and fabricated. She
said , however , that she believed
Tilton's charges against Beecher
and Mrs. Tilton. She further de
clared that the committee was com
posed of Beecher's iriends , and that
some of them knew that Tilton's
charges were true. She isconvinced
that Moulton's will
testimony sus
tain Tilton's allegations. She has
certain facts connected with the
scandal which she does not care to
disclose just at present , but she will
sum up the case after the investiga
tion closes.
SAN FRANCISCO , July 25.
Chqllar , 55 ; Consolidated Vir
ginia , 82 ; Crq\vn Pon'i } , QS } ; pver-
man , 32 ; Legregated Belcher , 82J ;
Gould & Curry , 21 } ; California , 38 } ;
Hale Norcross , 50 ; Savage , 79J !
Belcher , 64J.
Win. B. Bourne , a prominent
stock broker and capitalist , shot
bjmsejf this afjqrnopn at ' his resi-
in this city. It is'beJiev'ert tha.t he
was insane.
A Chinaman , name not known ,
was shot and killed by one of his
eouul"vmcu to-night. Four or five
shots-were fir"e , Ollc taking effect
iirough the heart. The man Tan
the distance of a block and then fell
dead. Several parties have been
arrested onsuspicion of having com
mitted the deed.
BROOKLYN , July 25.
It is ajjnost impossible to obtain
the procpedings of the poinniittee
in the great scandarcase" , put it is
stated that during Tilton's exami
nation Thursday night , he intro
duced the orignal copies of his wife's
letters , mentioned in his first sworn
statement , which were addressed to
him. Other original letters of Mr.
Beecher , of which mention has
jcon maeje , arp in the posscsion of
Moujton , and will be produced when
ae goes before the committee. Gen
eral Tracy did not ask TiUon any
questions last evening , but employed
: he time in examining letters that
Tilton produced.
It is said that the committee also
discussed the propriety of holding
open meetings during the rest of the
investigation , but decided to con
tinue as they commenced , ank
when a verdict Is rendered , to sub-
ioin copies of the statements sub
mitted by all the parties , and the
stenographers' reports of the cross-
examination. Tilton remaineji but
a short time with the committee ,
and the session was the most unim
portant one yet held. It Is stated
that either Mrs. Tilton or Beecher
will "be examined before the com
mittee this afternoon.
BROOKLYN , July 23.
It is understood that Moulton ,
the alleged mutual frlgnd pf Tl ) n
and Beecher , is now preparing a
formal statement , and expects to
appear before the committee to-
nlghtv Ip J3 sijt ( } the statement is
made atter tbp faahlqn.of Tjltqn/a
original stafeinept , but wJUriflt conr
tain any letters , as all ho received
haa already been laid before the
committee and published. Where-
over mention has been made of the
receipt of letters by Moulton in Til-
ton's sworn statement , such men
tion wH | ba Qwprn. to by Moultou
without rpprojluction of the letters.
HJs statpnient wil ) " not goldtolhe |
cirounjstanpps a.ttp"nfjing the repej'pt
of these Jptters , buj ; al | fb § other
points will be developed in tbp ex
amination before tbo committee ,
Moulton only vo.unteerlng to en
dorse Tilton's statement on oath
where his name is called in question.
He wll | not appear as an accuser of
Beeoher"fiuf wiilsfmpjv answer all
questions put to him by t'
tee.
BROOKLYN , July 25.
The investigating committee met
last evening at the residence of Mr ,
Stony. It was expected that either
MoultonButler or Mrs. Tilton would
have appeared to testify , but neither
of them came forward. Instead of
these however , two witnesses were
examjnei3 who were not expected to
give evidence 'Rt this stage of the
proceedings. First of these Wft
Mr. Oliver Johnson , at one time an
editor of the Jndependent. He gave
it is said very important testimony
jn Mr. Beecher's favor , but the nat
ure of it3 \ npt known : the next
witness was Mrs , Tilton's mother ,
and her testimony it Is alleged was
even more Important than that given
by Mrs. Johnson.
The'committee refused to give the
slightest information respecting the
nature of the testimony. Mr. Til-
Jon "was not present , nor did any
any fmp appear in his behalf.
Neither W , ' Beephpp nor Mrs. Til-
ton were called before tfye pommltr
tee.
tee.A stenographer bos written out
his notes of SJr , Tilton's evidence.
General Tracy informed ft reporter
that Mrs.Tilton was examined be
fore a committee this evening , to.
gether with a Mrs , Logan and a
Mr. Forbes.
Owing to the reticence of tbe com
mittee it Is difficult to write accu-
"rately concerning their proceedings.
Outside of the members of that body ,
those interested in the case give dif
ferent versions of what transpired in
the evidence. Only one lady ap
peared before the committee yester
day evening , but it is not known
whether it was Mrs. Tilton , Mrs.
Tilton's mother , or Mrs. Logan ,
The committee adjourned till Mon
day.
day.Mr.
Mr. Beecher starts to-morrow foi
his farm at Peekskill. His testi
mony , Gen-Tracy says , will not b <
given until Mr. Moulton has beet
before tbe committee ' and has giver
his testimony. 'It is not probablt
Mr , Beecher will be
- ,
NEW YORK , July 25.
Mollle Colbrook , the alleged pane )
thief bond robber , was surrendered
to the Chicago police to-day on a
requisition from the governor ol
Illinois.
BROOKLYN , Jufy25.
A fire at 3:30 : p m at 134 first
street damaged tbe building owned
by Mr Ackerly , $3,000 ; Prindle &
B-ayer. machinist' tools , damaged
$3,000 ; Belcher , machinist , $2,500 ;
Insurance unknown.
SAN FRANCISCO , July 25.
Terrible stones have prevailed In
Nevada for the past two or three
days , doing an immense amount of
damage. A cloud burst near Toa-
no yesterday , damaging the Central
Pacific Railroad track considerably I
It is reported that twenty-six lives
were lost.
NEW HAVEN , July 25.
A fire destroyed the stables of
Case & Ailing , coal dealers , here
last night. There were seven horses
in the stables , only one of which was
saved. Loss , $5,000. Tbe fire is
supposed to have been the work of
an incendiary.
NEW YORK , July 25.
Adolph Beal , cashier of Hynes
Bros , , clothiers , of 42 * } Broadway ,
has been arrested , charged with
purloining goods of his employers.
The firm estimate- their losses be
tween $10,000 and $15,000.
BERLIN , July 25.
It is reported that the German
government is making strenuous ef
forts to have the supplies of ammu
nition , weapons and money , to tbe
Carlists , stopped , and has called the
attention of the Versailles govern
ment to the subject.
NEW YORK , July 25. f
Inquiries among leading bankers
concerning the tew loan , show that
Rothschild , Belmont & Seligman
ha ve bid 'fqr. fifty millions , but de
tails concerning the time and privi
leges for calling the remainder , has
not been agreed upon , and negotia
tions are now pending , but it will
not be settled before Monday , as the
Rothsehilds house transact n.o Busi
ness 'on ' Ba'turdays. fpip [ Bids' at and
above'par , already accepted , aggre
gate ten millions " 'and a quarter.
'
Secretary "Wrist'qv ? wa hi Wai }
street to-tlay , endeavoring w expe
dite negotiations ,
NKW YORK , July 25 ,
Ai the Sffalon of the Plymouth
Church investigating" committee ,
last evening , Oliver Johnson testi
fied in relation to the interview be
tween himself and Mr. Til ton , in De
cember , 1S70. In this interview
Tilton related and Johnson says he
harfl } t for the first tijne pom-
plaints about Beecher's ' pondugt to
ward him. " Tiltbii spoke of Beecher
having aUeniated the' love'of his
family from 'him , and otherwise
having injured him in his business ,
but there was no allusion
at that time pto _ any
such charges as that of adultery ;
hence in his letter of 1873 Johnson
diq" npJ rpfer t ° env charge adultery ,
The next session 'of th.0 Jnvestjgti-
ting committee wjll be held on
Monday night , There was a good
attendance at the usual Plymouth
church weekly prayer meeting last
night , but several ot the best known
members of the church were absen.t
The Rev'Halliday , assistant pas-
or , closed the services by giving
out the hymn amid scenes of con-
uslon. After the benediction had
> een pronounced , anc tbe members
gathered in groups , MrHalliday re
marked w thirt ni | msw ! j Hff , ypu
are -anxious to'pftr bqw ! Brother
Beecber Is to-night , I left him only
an hour and a half ago , and be is
n admirable spirits , and I believe
weighs more than bo baa for a year.
Mr. Halllday said that lie had tried
o get Beecher to attend tbe ineet-
ng , but he believed the pastor was
oo busy and hurried , Being asked
f Beecher was still preparing his
statements , Mr. Halliday replied :
'feoaajbly ; idonftknoHr
t already pi-epared.
Chicago Prouuce Market.
Pwcuna , July 85 ,
Flour Dull and unchanged for
all but Minnesota.
Wheat Steady ; cash 1 08@1 08J ;
September 1 04.
Corn Steady ; cash , 62J ; August ,
51 i ; September , 60 } .
Oats Steady , weak ; cash 50 ;
lyf 47tj August , 36J ; September ,
rJey The market is dull. No
quotations.
Fork Unsettled } August , 2225 ;
September , 23 00.
Lard Quiet but firm at 11 75a
1180.
Butter Quiet at 25o28.-
Eggs Sales at 13al4.
Whlshy Strong at 95 $ .
BYftOX BKKB. LMWIS f , KXXO
BYRON REED & GO ,
TOO Oldest EiUbUihed
Real Estate Agency
IN a SRASKA.
Seep a templet * Abstract of Title to all Real
but * in Omiht and Doozlai count r.
100,000 ACHE SI
MOB FAHMWe W3P II PEBBA9K1I !
500 Han scorn Pin co lotg !
ASH LOTS in the cltr o ( Omaha ,
HOUSES and on food terms.
BOGGS & II1LI.
Beal estate brokeri.office orer Mackej's store ,
on Dodge it. opposite new postofficeap30m2
Hfl , D. A. MQITETf ,
Fashionable Dressmaking ,
564 Fourteenth .St. ,
JeSO Sm OMAHA , SEB.
EDWABD KUEHL.
MAGHTK& OFTHE DEPARTED.
r
o-
Will by tbe aid of guardian spirit * , obtain
for aqy one < t Tiew ol toe past , present and fa-
tore. No ten charjed la cases of sickness ,
spUH
J. O.
Dealer la Staple and Fancy
Groceries.
Highest price paid for Country Produce.
Brick Eton , B. E. Cor. 16A & Otlcago Et& ,
] eS6U OMAHA , NEB.
QTTAILEY'S
a F. Soap Tactory ]
Situated on the llne'ol tbe Union Pacifii
Ballroad , near the powder bouse , Slanufao
tares fint-diss soap for borne consumption.
lunea-lT
S5 tO $20 ed. All claates of work
Ing people of either sex , young or old , : naki
more money at work for us In their spare mo
oents or all tb * tire * than' at anything else
Additaa 8T1NSON ft Co. , PortUnd , Maine-
CABLEGRAMS
French Budget of News.
M. Disraeli announces tha
Parliament will bo Prorog
ued on the 8th of August.
Captain General Concha issues
a Decree on the Finance
Question.
ROME , July 25.
The announcement that Father
Howard would succeed Father De-
Morode , as the Pope's private Chap
lain , was Incorrect. Father Sum-
meniatilli , until now one of the pri
vate chamberlains of his holiness ,
has been appointed to the vacancy
occassioned by the death of Father
DeMerode.
HAVANA , July 25.
The Captain General has issued
th.e following decree hi order to pro
mote the circulation of the treasury
bills five millions dollars in
amount , the issue of which was au
thorized by the decree of Juno 8 ,
1874 , and in view of the indications
given by banks and the principal
capitalists of Havana , a decree that
from date of publication hereof cor
porations and local administrations
of customs may receive in payment
of taxes of duty feaid treasury bills
of the issue of June 8 , in all cases ;
and any amount the same as band
bills , of the Spanish bank of Hava
na.
[ Signed ] CONCHA.
Six persons who were wounded
by the holler explosion on the
Spanish steamship Minerva have
died This makes seven deaths by
the disaster.
PARIS , Juy | 93.
In the Assembly M. Eathu pre
sented the report of the committee
of thirty on { he general electoral bill.
The Marquis of castlino moved that
the consideration of tha eonslitu-
tqn.a { } bjjl bp postpone until after
recess M. Malatere , Bonapartist
and extensive industrial proprietor ,
moved that the Assembly after voting
ing on the budget , be prorogued un
til January 5th , 1875. M. Clmbaud ,
lately minister of the Interior , paid
that the government was still desi
rous of having a vote on the con
stitutional bills , but would never
submit to the decision of the Assem
bly.if.
if. ppCastalljan's ' motion was
carriedj nnil tutof jMalatre was
declared urgent by a vote of 395
yeas to 308 nays.
The House then appointed Tues
day next for debate on the latter
motion , and proceeded to the con
sideration of the budget.
The general impression is that
none of the CoustUutjon is able to
ooramanf } a niajorlty Jn tb.o assem
bly arid render dissolution inevita
ble. Jt therefore voted for post
ponement.
President Mediation has congrat
ulated Due De Broglie on his speech
of yesterday.
LONDON , July 25.
In the' House of Commons last
evening Mr. D'Iserali announced
that the land , transfer , judicature
and disavowed school \\\\a \ \ \ w-ouhl
withdrawn , and JVirJiameiYl be p'ro-
rogued'bn'the 8th of August.
In the House of Iiords Lord Ru -
sell Qskod whether the government
had made any remonstrance td
France against the connivance of
her authorities In violation of the
Spanish frontier by the Carlists. He
especially ferred to rumors that
the Frerich'goYeniment had inter
fered wlth'Spaln In a manner con
trary to friendly relations and the
law of nations. That the ( 'artists
who flspapefl | nto Jfranpe instead of
being returned baft "been 'furnished
passports and permitted to cross and
recross the frontier.
He argued that in an ordinary
GQurt there should bo no unnecessa
ry delay In the formal recognition
of the Spanish government by that
of Great Britain. The Earl of Derby ,
Secretary of Foreign Affairs , said
Spain had not asked England to in-
erfere with the Spanish govern
ment , and to do so now would be
) remature. When the proper time
irrived he hoped that such recogni-
J9 W > H& J10 & Ipcttyu not of
Europe , Jt Js reported from Spain
hat "General Morjones has won a
jreat victory In Navarla , taking
; , BOO Carlists prisoners.
O ,
171 C'or. l-arnham and Eleventn S ( .
All kinds of TAILORING , Cleaning and rc-
> airinz done at reaconable r ( . A fine lot of
rOBNIsniNQ GOODS cOUstanUy "on band
and sold cheap. ' < lec2CU
STODJUARD &
Market Gardners !
KINDS OF VEGETABLES AND
ALL , for sale. Orders addressed to us
at our garden j ,
Cor. 21st and Fanl Streets/
will receire prompt attention. ap5J3m
Fruit an.i . Confectionary
Cor. 13th and LeaTcnirorth Ste. ,
| yU3m AT THE BRIDGE
D. 7 O
-JtiS'yACTOBES _ OV AKD DSAI.EK IS-
Lambrcq.ning and TY-ndoir Shades ,
CHBOMOS , EN GRATINGS
PICT USE FRAMES.
170 Farnham street , cotoer Filteenlb
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ,
GROCERS
And General Protislon Dealers ,
B. Cor. Jaciuim and 13tli Bts- ,
Keep a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions
Wines , Liquors and Cigars , and sell cheaper
than any other bouse in Omaha. Jy3 3m
P , FALLON ,
DEALEE IN
Dress Goods , Silks and Trimmlnga
No. 263 Dodge * ' -eot , between nth and J3lh
Dressmaking done with neat-
nese and dispatch. Orders
sdlicited.
F. A. PETJSKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker
ASH CABRU65 TRDfflEB ,
Ho. 274 F rubams'.b l.l3th < fclGth
A LL orders and repairing promptly attendet
A to snd satisfaction guarranued.
SrC
M. HELLMAH 1
CLO TH s
AHDIDEALEKS IS-
GOODS ,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , GOB. 13TH ST.
OUR STOCK FOR THE
' .A-IfTID STT IMIIEIR ,
Is Complete now ; Our Assortment in
Clothing a Gents' FurnigMng Goods
Comprises the Latest IToveliies.
*
THE LATEST ST'ZLES ZXT SATS A2 ? > CAPS.
We Haye also a Full Line in BOY'S and a YOUTH'S Clothing
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
'
M. HELLMAN & CO.
r STOOIK : , 1873.
R. A. BROWN , 248 treet ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS , CARPETS ,
>
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Jns.t Opened to be
sold lower than any. other house in the city , consisting of
MERINOS , EMPRESS CLOTHE , RSPELLAffi ,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also YELYET& BEATER CLOAKESGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO I/.NDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LINEN IN GREAT VAKIETT. A PULL LINE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTING RUSS , AND MATS ,
TIKIS
Furniture , bedding , Minon
and everything pertainine : to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTER Y trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
has a complete assc. tment pi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
§ il ? " seeds , which he is offering at such REDUCED
r ± uoji.b as to make It to the interest ox everyone desiring
anything m thig e , t © examine his stock before pnrchas-
PABLOJEISL'TS ' , LOUNGES &o , . UPHOLSTERED AND
COVERED TO ORDER.
Stroot.
HATING BOUGHT THE
BANKRUPT STOCH
Of the Popular
Dxy Goods Store ,
22 S Farnham Street ,
Lcrcby wish to Inform the public of Omiha
nd Ticlnlly that I shall continue tha builceu
nd oUer at all times
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
In all kinds of
STAPLE AXD FANCY
DRY GOODS !
I have adopted tha
Strictly Cash and One Price
Principle , which I hope will meet with the
pprcYnl of the public as mr prices shall be
always
THE VERY LOWEST.
A liberal patronage solicited. BeapccUully ,
JOHN H , F. LEHMANN ,
228 Farnliam Street ,
Omaha , Neb. , Jtjly 21st , 18J1.
y231o
FRANK J.
J.TAILOR
.
AS1 DEALEP. IX
- GENTLEMEN'S ' FURNISHING JGOODS ,
if all > 5sortmenlof Imported Woolens. All Work Warranted ,
2b2 arnmh mSt , - - Omalia , ITob
B. & J WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Tourtoantb Street , - Omah.su , ITeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
arS-lmy
. JBTTIR/IR , ,
I I !
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
OOP. 13th and Harnoy Streets ,
Spring and Summer Styles ,
A. POLACK ,
CLO T HIE
238 TiLrntLam St. 2Tear
Fine-and Medium. Clotliing ,
and Furnishing Goods.
TIHIE