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GALLAGHER ,
* OMAHA FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 31 , 1874.
THE DAILY BEE.
LOWAKD ROSEVTATEK , Editor and Prop'i
-So. 138 Farnhnui ire t. betw.
XlnthnnilTcntli.
THUMB OF fcUBSCEIPTIOK :
. . In admnce 57.00
Ore ropy one year. .
4.00
, n BdvanCe
" three mrntlis in advance. . . 2.00
f&Tll not paid n adraDce , $8 per annum wjll
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FREDERICK ,
LEADING HATTER !
Best Goods ,
: LOWESTFR.XCES :
FarnliamSt *
Grand i.l. OMAHA.
OMAHA BUSINESS DIFF(3TORY ( , _
OEAOKEE JWUFAO-OBY.
. 183 U rnev stieet. bet.
McClureAPmltli. ! > "
QLAB3 ANB PICTU3E PSAilES.
. l o I > ou < lia street , dealci In
.window gla aadpitttiMlraines , ( .
done to order. H '
BOOTS AED SHOES.
Lang. 153 Farnbain st. Utwron
Philip . ttb
CONFECTIONFST.
. Later , corner 12th and Douglas streets ,
m.nuf/cturer aud wholesale denier in
< ai.d"isand confectionery. Country tri.de so-
llceted. "P1"
v COAL DEALEF8.
T > oUii ( ] i riliotcoul , lime , oeineni ll.air etc. .
JJ 1W farnham st. fel.lSmS
DRUGGIST ? .
. R der , druggist , corner 121 h and lUr-
. neysts
FAWN BEOKE ? .
r Elgutter , No. 200 Farnharn st. l 17lf
LAUNDK7.
* now Uumlr ? opened at oil IHli st. , tt.
A FaruI.EO. . end Douglas. T lie wu'lilng anil
Ironing will be dope to order , llrft class work
PAINTEES.
-j ehman A Beard , Lou-e * * & * % ! l
II JOtli Bt , bet. F robam and llaruey. a28tl
BO/iP FACTOET.
Powell A Co , a'llj
B * P Worls ,
Premium their I'reraiuni Soap. Five
the i-ouR'a county
Awarded by -
Mcinlutu
flint
"Dd ; JSSSlaired rottaw.ttamle county , Ia.
Jidcrs goll-jlud from the trade.
AITOBKEIS.
E. ESTAimOOK. " M. FBASCI8
ESTABROOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
OFFICE Creiql'tou Block , Omoba , Keh.
.n < .n21tJ
DEXTER L , THOMAS ,
Attorney and" ; CcunsiIcr at Law.
, OTFICE-SacEi Mo * Vlucier'a Block ,
NEB
OMAHA - - -
W. LYTLE ,
and Solicitor in
& .ltorncTal-Law
Eqaitj- .
omOb-Oter First Hs-Uonal Bank ,
tcal-U
PAUSE GODWIN ,
Attorney at Law ?
( Camptcll'i Bkd. , )
6081-2 THIRTEENTH' STBEET. OMAHA
2G Iin
A. BALDWIN = 20. M. O'BRIEN.
ATTORNEYS LAW
Office CaldrcU Block , Douglas Street ,
NEBRASKA.
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OMAHA. - - -
c. CO\VIN ,
. Solloltoxr
COUNSELOR.
omCE-CBEIGHTON'S BtOCK ,
OMAHA , KEUBASKA.
arRtf
T. W. T. Kicnards ,
Attorney at Law ,
Office 510 13tb SU , Let. Farnham
and Douglas , Omaba , Neb.
P' 0. Box 60
O. II. BALLO r.U. U. GLASGOW.
Ballon & Glasgow ,
ATTORNEYSATLAW ,
Office n Crcigbton' * fcew block , toutheast cor
room , floor.
bAVAGE & MANDfcRSON ,
Attorneys at Law ,
212 FARKHAM STBEAT.
Kebr k
CIUBLK * F
N. J. BTTRNHAHL
AITOKXET ASD COUNSELLOR AT
liATV ,
Ko. 200 Farnbam Street
OMAKA - - NEB.
to rlCOt I
"jOIIJV E. KK1.LK1 .
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
/ OLLECTIOKS SOLICITED AND PROMPT-
\J ly atleudcJ to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. Houtcstolet and rents col
vctcJ. Heal estate boujjht and sold. splTtf
W , J. COimELL ,
AND
tt * < irlct Attornej for Second JudIcial -
Icial District.
OKHCE South side ot Farubam , between
15th an < tfitb il . , opposite Court lloiue.
Mvl
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'SPAl'N & PRITCHE1T ,
Attorneys iad Counselors at Law.
oaSOfi Twelt i S.reet ,
n * 4fa , Omaha. ZTeb.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE
,
AttorneyatIaw :
ooa Ko. 1 , S.E. Corner Uth and Douglas Bt ,
OMAHA , - - KEBR.
V G. W. AMBROSE ,
\ A-ttona-ov * At - XJA. PV
KEDICK'S OFEBA HOUSE
OiUHA , -
IT never rains but it pours. First
came the Ko-ops , and then the
grasshoppers.
MAJOR BALCOMBE wants to be
Postmaster. BEE ) stands for Bal-
combe every time.
AND the actual damage to the
reputation of that libelled Insurance
agent is supposed to have been
twenty thousand dollars.
THE thirteen incorruptible editors
of the Omaha Chion still rejoice in
the complete and triumphant vindi
cation of Postmaster Yost.
JUDOK DUDLEY'S police court re
cords were somewhat irregular ; but
hi = ? accounts as National Grand
Secretary of the Ko-ops are perfect.
ANOTHER malicious attack on
Oeorge Erancis Tlie Detroit Free
Press says : "Train has finally con
cluded to lecture again on 'The
Wrongs of Ireland. ' One of the
'wrongs' was In letting Train get
out of that country three years ago ,
when they could just as well have
hung him. "
to be behind the Xow York
Herald and Chicago Tunrs , theBKE
has decided to charter a Sunday
morning train , on the Union Pacific
roa'l , to deliver its latest edition to
tlie good and pious people of AVil-
low Itland , Plum Creek , and Co/ad.
The train will leave Omaha at 11:30
a. in , and any person may .secure a
ticket for passage to any point be
tween Omalia and the stations
above named , by depositing thcfftH- !
cisary stamps at the ticket olTice of
the Union Pacific Railroad. This is
tlie only Sunday morning train out
of Omaha , and our citizens will ap
preciate the enterprise of theBKC in
this matter.
An indiscriminate slaughter m
clothing anil gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen ajid
chevoit shirts ot our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
JIailroad Tu.ct #
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer.
Broker , at 29G Fan.ham street.
Cnrcdcctnxl Pledge * for Sale.
may lv2G
Hamlet Orum ,
9th . - irfetxiveffi 3onet and Lcavenworth sts ,
OMAHA , - $ ? $ # A/3 / X
TrtEPSTHE MOsT COMPLETE ASSORT
XV met of I-adles' nd Genta' straw hats , trim
med and untrimtned , i'aratols. Piques , Mar
seilles , XaineooLs and all kinds of 1'rjCoods ,
Ladies' vid Genti ' Bo < t , etc. My line of Try
Goods If Complete & lli 3 only for CASH , I
amaUeto UNDHlShL.L any other Dealer in
the City Our FUICF.S are LOWCU than ever
heard fcl bejore.
J. MOOEEHEAD ,
AND PHARMACIST ,
Patter's Block , Bet. Callforuia $ Wtbattr Eta.
OMAHA , yEB.
TrcscriptioLS tarrfuUy
DEMTIPl'IiY.
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
th Si 14th Sis. . 0 1VI AH A.
H' IVnll-Jts In Iliecltr
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
Bet. 11th and 14tb , up Blairs.
TeHb extracted without pain , by use of Ni
trous Oxide .M.
JEC.oozaa.Ei.
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Djnpenre * his own insdclnei , and bptldci
regular practice , makes specialltlci of Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women , Fistu
la , Piles and other Disease * of the Rectum.
OFFICE : Corner Farnham and 14lh streets ,
first door to the right , no s l' . Ilesldcnc- ,
210 Douglas strrct , between U and Ittli , neit
to Lutheran Chutch Omaha , > 'il > .
Look lloi 2M.
Bins. J. IS. VA > DEKCOOIC
Eclectic Physician *
BesIJenre and offlf , 250 Dodge t bet 14th rnd
15th st * .
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dis
eases pecuKar to women and children. flHt.
TOILLtAM LATEY ,
Cor. 16th fl-jjd "Webster Sts. ,
Keep * a complete assortment ol
GROCE1UJSS and
&TOUUARU A IIL'ltLlIUr ,
Market Card-Tiers !
K7KD3 OF VFGETABLKS AXD
ALL . for sale. Orders eddretxd tons
at our garden
tor. 2 1st Ami Paul Slrpcls ,
will rcoeiTejrnmptaitentJpn. a ) > : s.3m !
P , FALLON ,
DEALER IN '
Kress GnodK , Silks and Triininlngrn-
Jfu. 263 DoJgo i 'feet , bstTeen 14th and 13th.
Dressmaking done with neat-
nese and dispatch. Orders
sdhcitecl.
le25-Sm
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EDWARD KUE1IL.
MAGISTEfv OF THE DKPA11TED.
ITo498 10th St. , between Firaim & Haraey.
Will hy the aid of guardian spirit ? , obtain
for any one a Tier of tue p * i , preseut and fu
ture. Ko fee * charged In cases of sickness.
apl3tf
X TT * : f.T = c ia X
DEALER IN
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS AXD TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bet. IJth and 13th , Street.
OMAHA , . . . ItKBUA&KA.
SPENCER'S
Fruit ana Confectionary
Cor. 18th and Leavemrorth Str.j \
jjl ATTHEBBIDGE i
VERY LATEST.
MIDNIG-HT.
CHICAGO , July 30.
The following is the call issued by
the Democratic State Central com
mittee :
"To the liberals , and all othcrop-
poneuts of the Republican party :
The Democratic State Central Com
mittee , in pursuance of the power
vested in it by the Democratic State
Convention of 1872 , hereby gives
notice that a estate Convention will
be held in Springfield on Wednes
day , the Cth day of August , 1874 ,
at 12 m. All voters are invited to
join in sending delegates to that
convention who desire to promote
the following purposes :
First The restoration of gold and
silver as the basis of the currency
of the country , and speedy resump
tion of specie payments , and the
payment of all the national indebt
edness in the money iccognized by
the civilized world.
Second Free commerce.
Third Individual liberty and op
position to sumptuary laws.
Fourth Rigid restriction of the
government , both in State and na
tional , to the legitimate domain of
political power by excluding there
from all executive and legislative
intermeddling with the affaire of so
ciety , whereby monopolies'are fos
tered , the privileged classes aggran
dized , and individual freedom un
necessarily and oppressively con
strained.
Fifth The right and duty of the
State to protect its citizens from ex
tortion and unjust discrimination by
chartered monopolies.
The committee believing opposi
tion to Republican misrule ran har
moniously unite upon the foregoing
principles , earnestly solicit the free
co-operation of all men , regardless
of past political affiliations , in an
earnest effort to place the State and
national governments in the hands
of men who are actuated by the
principles above enunciated.
Each county , except Cook , will
be entitled to send one delegate for
every five hundred votes cast in
that county for all the candidates in
the election of 1872. Each Sena
torial district of Cook county will
be entitled to send eight delegates
in separate delegations.
The following is a synopsis of a
letter written by ex-Governor Pal
mer to E. LJ. Merritt , secretary of
the Democratic State Central Com
mittee :
Mr. Palmer says while it would
be impossible for him to be in Chicago
cage at the meeting of the commit
tee , he might take the liberty of
making a few suggestions for the
consideration of that body , vhosc
work was to consider the best
means of harmonizing the opposi
tion to the party now holding pos
session of the government , and It
self Completely controlled by politi
cal managers. That party will not
and cannot submit a well defined
platform of principles. The
' /PppQSJtition" have evidently
determined OR no common
ground "of actioji , nor CAP 11 pint-
form be made wjik-h' will unilp all
opposed to the party now jp power ,
though all condemn tlio extrava
gance and recklessness of Congress ,
and the abuses and corruptions in
every branch of the government.
The'oi.ly basis of union that can in
lila flpinion , enable the people to co
operate for tbenubljc goodisa frank ,
unevaslvo declaration of opinjon , es
pecially on the subject ordnance.
It should speak for the early return
to specie payment , and denounce i
the delusive-idea of discharging the
debt by irredeemable promises. It
'
zlioulff rpftksprt the' authority of the
States to regulate tl fr p\f\ ] affairs ,
especially , in regard to the great
railroad monopolies now attracting
so much attention from legislators.
The people will no longer submit to
burdens of taxation for the eake of
so-called protection.
"Inthetjouth , the colored voters
doubt' 'the ' inclination , pud the
whites have no confidence in the
ability of those opposed to'the Re
publican party to do them justice
and protect them against existing
corruptions at-the bttjlot box in the
South , tli'iw JayingTfiovflJoJe spetf on
at the feet of the administration.
The different races in 'these States
must be harmonized and confidence
hi a new party -imparted to them.
By this means will be removed
what seems to Lo ona of the most
serious dangers that threatens the
country.
JSpjv YORK , July30.
Baron Schwagenborn. the new
envoy extraordinary aid minister
plenipotentiary of Austria to the
United Stfttps , has arrived. The
Baron was Director General of the
late Vienna International Exhibi
tion.
tion.Private
Private cable advices state that
the parties charged with circula
ting lalse news regarding the Erie
railway , whose examination has
been pending , are committed to the
pid Bailey for trial. According to
the spebltfo charge , tlie report was
circulated that the directors of the
Erie railway were engaged in sur
reptitiously manufacturing fictitious-
shares for the purpose of carry
ing the election , and intended to
send them to Europe for sale in the
stock markets. The counsel for the
ponipany said that Erie stock , some
weeks' before , WQS worth § 000,000
more than at that tjrup.
The Secretary of the Treasury
will issue a call for § 250,000,000 , in
terest to cease 00 days hence.
GALVESTOX , July 30.
A News' between
special says a fight
tween the Indians and rangers ami
U , S , Cavalry occurred near Jacks-
fjoro. .on Fridtty last. The rangers
lost J2 kiljefl and' veraj wounded.
The cavalry lostseveralmeuamong
them the commander. The whole
force was repulsed by the Indians.
ST. Louis , July 30.
The Republican has a special
from Newton , J apsas , saying that
Captain Hannahan's company of
militia returned to Fort Dodge , Tues
day , and that they killed nine Co-
mauobe Indians on the Canadian
river , upon whose bodies a number
of white scalps were found.
CHICAGO , July 30. °
A Tribune s-pecial says the Re of a
publican convention of the eighth
Congressional district at Fairbury ,
Illinois , to-day nominated Hon. G.
L. Fort for re-election. The prin to
ciples enunciated by the State con
vention at Springfield , July 17th ,
were endoised.
PHILADELPHIA. July 30 ,
An enthusiastic meeting of the
National Executive Committee of
the Union League of America was
held here this afternoon , V com
mittee was appointed on the nation- In
rJL platform , and a vote to conduct
the work of the Union League was v
unanimous. s.
TELEGRAPHIC.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for th Omaha Dally Bets
IT the Atlantic and Pacific TelcCraPh Co.
Woodhull & Claflin's Peculiar
Notions Concerning the
Marital Relations.
WASHIXQTOX , July 30.
It is understood that the secretary
of the treasury will , on the 1st of
August , issue a call for outstanding
five-twenties , equal in amount to
the new five per cents just negotia
ted.
CtJTTINGVILLE , Vt. . July 30.
Prof. Donaldson and party de
scended in a balloon , from an alti
tude of 7,000 feet , at North Shrens-
burg , Vt. , &t 10 a. m. yesterday ,
where he landed one of the party ,
Mr. Rogers , of the -New York Star ,
and then left in an eastward direc
tion , en route to Portland and
Canada.
CLEVELAND , July 30.
The attendance at the races
was very large , not less than eight
thousand being present. In the
first race for a purse of $3,500 , free
to all , $2,100 to die first horse , $875
to the second , and $523 to the third ,
Goldsmith Maid , Judge Fullerton
ami American Girl ran. The race
was won by Goldsmith Maid : time ,
2:192 : , 2:193. 2:20. :
IS i\v Yoiiic , July 30.
Tlie latest European news re
ceived by tlie steamer Russia , con
tains the following : "In the court
of admirality judgment was de
livered on salvage claims against
the French steamer Amerique. Sir
R. H. Hillimorc , estimating the val
ue of the vessel and cargo at $930,000 ;
awarded $130,000 to salvers , namely :
$25,000 to th ? Auburn ; $70,000 to
the E T Barry , and $775,000 lo tlie
Spray. "
CHICAGO , July 30.
Tlie Atlantic's and White Stock
ings played a game for the benefit
of Captain Wood , formerly of the
latter club , and who recently lost a
leg. About three thousand people
were present , and thp game was
sharp and interesting , ten men
playing on each side. The result
was in favor of the White Stock
ings ; score , 4 to 2. The feature of a
tenth man added largely to the in
terest of the game.
MONTOOMKKY , Ala. , July 30.
The democratic state convention
is now In ses-Jon here. Over 400
delegates arc present. Hon. J L
Pugh was elected president. ' After
organization of the convention , the
chairman announced that nomina
tion for supreme court judges were
in order , and eight candidates were
'
put jn nonijnatjDn. On' tl'ip 2d b'al-
lot Mannjng Pripjiell anfl George
Judge were nominated. George H.
Houston was nominated for govern
or by acclamation.
PITTSBUKG , Julj 30.
Thousands of people are visiting
the scenes of the late flood. No list
of the injured has as yet appeared ,
only the dead and missing. A
fcteaniboat Cuptqjn a.rrved } here to
day and reports the'paesjng of " three
deud bodies J\vo miles -below" ; ' the
scenes at Butchers' Eun are desolate
and pawu ! ) jj ; tjje extreme. There
are large iiunib.ers pf hopejpss ppo-
!
pp ] tiprea'bouts ) , many of ( hem be
reft pf ajj. thejr rejatjves as wel } a < 5
property ,
NEW YORK , July 30.
The Captain of the brig Eathan
reported to the office of the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company to-day ,
that JJQ passed Walki igis Island ,
July S8th , two days after the'wreck
of the Guatanialla. " At that time
she was on perfectly even keel , with
foretop sail up , and her flag fly
None of her crew were seen , but a
largo number of bents were engaged
in removing Hie cargo to Williams-
towpand no more assistance seemed
to be needed ,
BROOKLYN , July 30.
The Argus says : "When Tilton
found his wife had left her home he
immediately had an agreement of
separation executed between them
on the basis that each believed the
other to be in error , but'that the
future ' of neither should be unhap-
pily'cloudcd , nor the happiness of
their children sacrificed. Hp also
prepared to deed his LivinRstope
street residence to her , Mrs , Tilton
refused to agree to the contract of
separation , and proposed bringing
action against Tilton in court. On
learning this he stopped prepara
tions to convey the house as he had
intended.
1ITTSBURGH , Jtlly 30.
It js fearpd that another grpat
danger threatens Alleghany City.
Dutcher's run Is eholced up for ft
distance of some two miles with
thecontentsof tbedestroyed slaugh
ter houses. Great quantities of
meat and a large number of bullocks
partially dried , and more than one
hundred houses , with an occasional
hupian being , lie imbedded in the
mud. Ypstprday tip } suji parnp put
hot and unobstructed , and in a few
hours there arose an awful stench ,
which Is almost insufferable to the
working parties. The debris will
hardly be cleared away this week ,
and If the weather continues hot It
will be almost impossible to prevent
the breaking out of a pestilence , as
Butcher's run district lies in the
heal-t pf a ijen.se population.
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riTTSBURQ , July 30.
Subscriptions to the relief fund
are pouring in rapidly , and up to
this time over two hundred thousand
dollars have been raised. Three
bodies wprp found torday those o
Thresa Conlan , 'John Rogers , apd a
little girl of Mr. Fordin's. ' The 8
bodies of the entire Fordin family
hijve been recovered. There is but
one person missing at Wood's Run , at
child of Mr. Gorman's. The body
a boy about four years old was
found at East Liverpool , making 2 0
children found there.
In the opening made in the sewer
drain Voightlies Meadows , on
Butchers Run , this afternoon , some
shawls and other clothing were
found , indicating that bodies are
there. Returns received at the 5
county commissioner's office , show 5n
that twenty bridges were swept n
away by the flood throughout the
country. wth | a loss of about $40OQO. 2
Butphprs Ru.n district it is said "
that more than twenty millions of
cubic feet of water fell in Hie short
space of one hour and a half.
i
.NEW YORK , July 30.
C. W. Paj-ne , the pedestrian , at 4
minutes past 9 o'clock last night ,
commenced the task at the hippo
drome , of walking 115 miles in
twenty-four hours. He is confident
of accomplishing the feat.
YORK , July 30.
A private dispatch from Sharon
Springs to the officials at the city
hall states that Oliver Charlick , late
police commissioner and convicted
for misdemeanors , is dying at the
hotel ; the physicians gave him up
last night.
SARATOGA , July 30.
The third day of the Saratoga
clear and pleasant. First race for
Saratoga stakes ; three-fourths of a
mile ; twelve started ; was won by
Willie BurkeKing Bolt secondand
Lizzie R 3d. Time , 1:23 J.
WASHINGTON" , July 30.
The United States steamer Dis
patch , leaves here Tuesday , with the
Senate Naval Committee , to make
u tour of the navy yards and stations
on the Atlantic and Gulf roasts.
NEW YOUK July 30.
The regular monthly sale of Scranton -
ton coal took place to-day. Twen
ty-five thousand tons were put up ,
and although the attendance was
slim the bidding was brisk , ( lie
sale bringing higher prices than for
months past. Steamboat was start
ed at $4 87J , and rose to 5 00 , at
which price the whole lot was sold ;
grate all went at the same price ;
egg was started at 5 00 and the en
tire lot went at 5 27 ; stove was
eagerly purchased at 5 77 } , and
chestnut at 4 72J. The average ad
vance in steamboat was 11 } cents
per ton ; egg , 191 ; stove , 12V , and
chestnut,12J.
BOFFALO. N. Y. , July 30.
The First National Bank of On
tario was robbed of $10,000 yester
day. Two professionals engaged the
attention of the cashier , and a third
managed to get behind the counter ,
when he grabbed the money , ami
escaped. No arrests have been made
yet.Two
Two trains on tlie Grand Trunk
railroad collided at Fort Erie yester
day , killing three persons. Tlie ac
cident occurred while a long train
ot gravel cars were being run into a
sand pit and a train already loaded
was coming out. The three persons
who were killed were in a caboose ,
which struck the engine of the out-
coming train.
WASHINGTON , .inly So.
Lieut. Col. Davidson , of the 10th
cavalry , commander at Fort Sill ,
Indian Territory , reported that the
Indiansattackcd Evans Camp , elev
en miles from the fort. A body of
the 10th cavalry was sent to the
camp and succeeded in recovering
fifty-two cattle run off by-the In
dians. Tlie body of a man was
found , scalped and filled with ar
rows. The Indians escaped. Da
vidson says that he is guard-
ing too Jofig nline from Red
River tb Che'yenne agency. If J
had more cavalry I could make it
red hot for the red skins. The wild
est ejccitementexists about thccom-
blned foide known" - tie } poman-
' '
phe's and'Ch'feyennes'moving trt at
tack Fort Sill.
PHILADELPHIA , July 30.
It Is reported that little Charley
Ross was recovered this morning
from a band of eipsies near Ham
burg , Pa. The child discovered is
said to answer the description of the
kidnapped boy in every particular.
Later information was reopjvccl at
tjje pojjpe head.Qu.a.rteT3 "lifts moni-
ing that a Pottnvillc police otlleer had
discovered a child in u gipsy camp ,
near Hamburg , In. Berks county ,
close ] ) ' resembjinir til ? description
of H.oSst phili ] . 'fteVs the child and
also thp men and women who
claimed him. A special train star
ted from Philadelphia this morning
with police and other parties , to
identify the child. The news has
produced much excitement.
NEW YORK , July 30.
A large portion of this week's is
sue ot Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly
is devoted to giving the history of
the Beecher-Tilton scandal , and the
development ; lately made ; also
several articles written in connec
tion with some subject In advocacy
of free love. In a card the editors
announce that they will fearlessly
review all testimony given before
the Plymouth church investigating
committee , but not unil all the tes
timony is in ; that there has been
any amount of lying and prevarica-
tiop , but they will take their own
tinip to pxposp Jt'anfl'thptruthand K
the whole truth "will , and shall
come , and every party to the' whole
affiijr take his orhpr just position.
Statem.pp.ts by E.ljzflbptb. Cady Stan-
top in an interview with a reporter VI
is incorporated in an article headed ,
"Light breaking through the IS'
Clouds. " The article states that ai
Tilton , Mrs. Tilton , Wilkinson , and
the lot except 3Irs. Stanton , have
spoken with no other idea than to st
cover up the truth. Mrs. Stanton's
words are the first unadulterated ray
of h'ght tjiat htos ypt shone on the
affair Jn tin 4Hi01e lipacle'd ' 'Free
love vs free lust , ' ' The weekly attempts -
tempts to prove that if a man JH a
legal husband , has sexual attraction
for any woman , even a legal wife ,
that attraction Is love and not lust ,
and if the attraction be mutual and
consummated , that consummation gcUI
is of love and not of lust. The UI
Weekly cajjs on , thp hivpstjgatuig UIus
' ' ust
compiutee'to su'nirpon us
fleectier , Til-
ton and MouJon and ask the two
former to release Moulton from the GO
bonds of seoresy , that he may testi 30
fy to the whole truth ; a refusal of 30J
either party to comply would bo a
confession very damaging to that @
party. It also calls upon them to
summon Mrs. Stanton and Mi s
Anthony , as these three parties are
he most important witnesses ,
te
New York Live Stock Market. C
iORK , July 30.
Cattle Receipts , 1,250. Market
triflp easier at full pripes. Native isst
steprs sold at 11 2512 35 ; Texans , st
" stcl
50P 00. cl
Hogs Receipts , 1JOO. Live hogs ©
wanted at 7 257 50 ; dressed firm
9 009 25. k (
Sheep andLambs Receipts 5,400. ea
bheep , 4 25fl 25 ; fine selections , cc
50 ; lambs , 6 00@9 00. 0'
©
St. Louis Produce
Market. di
ST. Louis , July 30. diS
Flour Dull and weak.
Wheat Firmer ; No 2 fall 110 ;
No 2 , 110.
Corn Dull and droopingj ; No 2 ,
mixed , 58@G1 in elevators.
Rye Higher and more active ; No fil
75.
'
@
'Pork
23502400. G
Whisky Firm ; 99. Gfli
Lard Firm ; refined 12 , fli
Bacon 65. 7
CABLEGRAMS
, July 30 *
It is reported that England and
Italy will join Germany in the sur
veillance of the Spanish e.'ast.
PARIS , July 30.
In the Assembly yesterday the
motion for dissolution was defeated
by 38 majority.
GLASGOW , July 30.
The difficulties in the iron trade
having been settled , the iron-mas
ters here will blow in their furnaces
immediately.
LIVERPOOL , July 30.
One of the large cotton warehouses
on Mersey street , in thiscity , caught
lire yesterday and is still burning.
The entire building will be destroyed ,
entailing a severe loss.
N , July 30.
An excitinggameof base ball was
playeJ this afternoon in the pres
ence of a large crowd of spectators ,
between the visitinc Philadelphia
club and an English nine. The
Philadelphia club won the match by
three runs. The playing on both
sides was excellent.
BRUSSELS , July 9.
A committee composed of one
delegate from each state represented
in the international congress , has
been appointed to prepare under the
presidency of Baron Josuini , a re
port upon programme , which is to
be followed in the proceedings of
the body.
LONDON , July 30.
Vienna papers say that Austria
has received a circular note from
Germany urging the great powers
to combine to prevent a continuance
of the Carlist atrocities in Spain ,
and has given a favorable reply.
The Morning Post asserts Ger
many will propose in the Brussels
Congress a recognition of the pres
ent government of Spain.
LONDON , July 30.
The principal event of the second
lay of the Goodwood races was the
Goodwood stakes ; handicup of 25
sovereigns of subscription with 100
added ; two miles and a half. The
race was won by Lord Kers b r c
The Scamp , Mr. Johnston's b c
Combostlany second , and F S wim
ble's { Rcdworth , third. Fourteen
horses started. Betting before the
race was 4 to 1 against The Scamp.
PARIS , July 30.
In the Assembly yestculay the
debate on motions for a dissolution ,
to adjourn until Monday , was re
sumed. M. Dellcyvc opposed the
dissolution of the Assembly. He
alleged that tlie motions were made
in revenge tor votes , by which the
Republic and Plcbescite have been
rejected. M. Chabaud also spoke
against the dissolution. He remiri-
ded'the Assembly 'that the law of
March 1S73 was pledged to vote on
tlie Constitutional laws before
it dissolved , when the presiding
powers ' are organjzpf ] , Deputies
coujcl appeal to their constituents
without engendering public order.
M Dtivol and other * supported
the motions ; arguing that the un
easiness caused by the present un
settled condition of affairs paialyzed
trade , and thc ouly r Gily was an
appeal [ - \'nc peop'le. A vote was
taken on M Leon De MallcvjUe's
motion for dissolution and was' de
feated by 83:2 : yeas , to 374'nays. A
similflr motion o'lTered by MDuval
was then withdrawn.
MARKETS tfY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
NEW i'ORic , July 30.
Money Easy at 1J2 per gent.
Exchange. Cull , nominal 488 for
sixty days ; 490 \ for sight.
Gold Firmer and active , caused
by an advance from London. The
Bank of England rate of discount
has been raised ta three per cent ,
opened at 109A , ad vanned to 109 .
Governments Strong ; business
well distributee ! ; currency 3s 116 } .
Stocks Active and buoyant in
tlie early part of the day , with an
advance of } @ } percent. This hour
the market dull and steady. At the
treasury sale of one million govern
ments to-day bids aggregated $2-
055,000 at prices ranging from 109 ©
109-55 ; award can be made at 109-40.
Erie 32' ; P M 44J ; U P 2SJJ ; W U
735.
New York Produce Market ,
JXnwYoKK , July 30.
Breadstuff's Generally quiet.
Flour Dull ; Superfine State and
western 4 70a5 00 ; extra 5 40a5 70.
Wheat Steady , spring , 1 3Gal 38 ;
No. 2 Chicago , 1 2Sal 29 ; No. 2
Milwaukee spring , 1 33al 34.
Corn Steady ; mixed afloat , SOc.
Oats Buoyant ; held at 9G in
store.
Provisions Dull.
Lj\r \ ( | A slja'ijo higher.
Leather Steady , )
Iron Dull and nominal.
Wool Nominally unchanged.
Chicago Pruuuce Market.
CHICAGO , July 30.
Flour Dull , for all but goo
good Minnesota ; prices nominally
uncfiqngpoj
Vlipat Weak ; cash 1 07 ; Aug
, 1 05i ; September 1 031 ,
Corn Quiet ; cash 07 ; August ,
] ; September , CO } .
Oats Quiet ; cash , 53 ; August ,
; September , 34 } .
Barley Steady ; September , 1 00
HIghwines 97.
Pork Firm ; August , 23 23 ;
September , 23 2523 50.
Lard Firm , ; August , 12 | ; Sep
tember , } 2 <
Chicago | Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , July 30.
Cattle Receipts , 3,400. Market
active and firmer , with prices-
strong and clo'-ed steady. Fair to
choice steers 5 25o 50 ; stockers 300
375.
Hogs Receipts 10,100. The mar
ket is heavy and dull with prices
easy , but no lower. Sales of poor to
common 6 256 70 ; medium to fair
75S\C ( \ 80 ; good to very clioice 0 85
087.
Sheep Receipts 700. Market is
dull and Inactive , with prices near
nominal. Sales of common to
choice 2 504 50.
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , July 31.
Cattle Receipts , 2,500. Market
firm , active and light ; Texans , 3 00
4 25 ; fair to choice steers , 3 25 ©
00.
Hogs Receipts , 1,000. Market
firm. Sales ot025@0 75 ; butchers' '
7000725 ,
M.
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CLO THIER
ANDJDEALEUS IX
GOODS ,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COR. 13TH ST
OUR STOCK FOR THE
SIFIR/IIfcTGr JLHSrHD STJUyEIMIIEIR/
Is Complete now ; Our Assortment in
Clothing Gents' Furnishing Goods
Comprises tlie Latest STovslties.
THE IiATEST STALES I1T HATS AND CAPS.
We Dave also a Full Line in BOY'S and YOUTH'S Clothing.
WE WILL SELL OURG-OODS LOWER THAN EVER.
M. HELLMAN & CO.
"
STOOIEC , 1873.
H. A. BROWN , 148 Douglas Street ,
WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL
DRY GOODS , CARPETS ,
"
*
jm m > w ? ? * 3 > < * * * & *
f
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
MERINOS , EfflPEISE CLOTHS , BlPELLAin ;
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also YELYET& BEATER CLOA3ONGS.
A FULL STO.OK OF SHAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO l/.NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LIXEX IS GREAT VARIETY. A FULL LMD OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTINR RUfiS , AND MATS
TIHIIE !
Furniture
ITSHSJPS Pertainma : to the FURNITURE and UP
mvr
HOLSTERY traderhas largely increased his stocked
now
hasT a.complete assctmeat pi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
? gI ED googs- , which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRignig a to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this -line , to examine his stock before mirchas-
ir ov . -
PARLOBcSLTS , LOUNGES & & . , UPHOLSTERED AXD
COVEBED TO ORDER.
CH.A.S. SZSIVEHICK ,
HAVING BOUGHT THE
BANKRUPT STOCK
01 the Popular
Dry Goods Store ,
223 rnrnliaui Street ,
[ hereby wish to Inform the public of Oraahi
mcl vicinity that I shall cont.uuc the business
ind olfer tt all tituca
S-REAT INDUCEMENTS
In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS !
I have adopted the
Strictly Cash and One Price
Mnclple , which I hope will meet with the
ppro\al of the public as my prices shall tie
ilwajs
THE VERY LOWEST.
I liberal patron-go solicited. Respectfully.
JOHN H , F , LEHMANN , '
228 FarnhBw Street.
Omaha , Nc'j. , July 21st , 1874. j
)23 1m
Fit AKK J. RABI&E
& TAILOR
AN1 > DEALER IN
GENTLEMEN'S ' FURNISHING JGOODS ,
Full Msorlrnentof Imported AYooIcns. . All Work TTarrantciI.
- - Oma3aa ,
SeoJlv
J WILBUR ,
Books Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourteenth Street , Omaha. ,
GENERAL AGENTS EOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
* -
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th. and Harney Streets ,
Spring and Summer Styles.
A. POLACK ,
C L O T H I EjR | ,
233 Farnham St. 27ear 14th.
fine and Medium Clothing ,
and Furnishing Goods.
THIB