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VOL. IV. OMAHA TUESDAY MORNING-1 AUG-UST 11 , 1874. NO. 455
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWABD BOStWATEE , Editor and Prop'i
, toetw.
OfflcXo. . 138 i tett
Ninth n
TEltMS OF SUBSCUirTION :
olli-trf.
FREDERICK
LEADING HATTER I
Best Goods ,
LOWESTFH1CES
FarnliamSt-
OMAHA.
OEAOKEB a
Mnith. 165 Haruer stipet. bet.
QLAS3 AND PJOTU3& Pi'MES.
Btinhmrt , 183 IVm l.i street , >
J .window glass at.di. ; < .turelim- . < -
douetoorder. * - U
BOOTS ALT ) SHOES.
- , st. Utwcen 1'th '
auu 115h. u-uwj
CONPICTIOHEEY.
I-atov , corner 12th and Douglas strceu ,
HL - nd. wholesale deUT in
. Couutrf trwJe sc-
cands atul conlcttioncry.
liccud. al > 1"
COAL DEAtEIS
liuie , cotne-n Ihalr etc. .
! Dd 4 Elliot , coal ,
Po til Faruuam st. JdilSuiS
DRUGGIST ? .
. n der.diuggUt , corner 12ih nd ! " -
. neysu
PAWK BBOEEH.
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. Farnuara
-i * r Elsuttr , > o. 200
LAUNDEY.
opened t all lllh t. , * t-
laun-irr
i ner
A FYrnbaii. i-nd bouxlas. Tip .uliin > ; and
lining will - ° ' * °
; V AnOTOEY.kl
nrcmlura Soi.p Worls. Powell A Co , | I
. Five
V nunuIacfirS tl-elr Premluui Soap.
/awarded IT the Lougla county
thl premiumawarded
° premium / .
, la.
nd St.te lairs , and rottawatlamle county
OrJtrs soli-ju-d horn the trade
A1TOBHEI3.
JJ. ESTABUOJK. M. FBASCIB
ESTABBOOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE -Cr asUoBUtotkOmaua , Keli.
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4llLD.Itt
TEXTER L , THOMAS ,
Attorney and" .Ccupspjor at Law.
0riOE-Boom Eo % TIsicUr'a Btoef ] ,
OMAHA
JOHN VLYTLE ,
end Solicitor ill
Eqailj- .
atictal Btnk ,
taai-y
PAEKB GOBAVIN ,
Attorney at
Camptell'j Klttk , )
6031-2 THIETEEKTHS8TBEET , OMAHA
riS 1m
A.BiU > WIX . .SO.M.O-BK1EH.
BALDWIN & O'BRIESr.
ATTOBNEYS-LAW
Office Caldwell Block , DougUa Street ,
NEBRASKA.
OMAHA. - - - -
JOHN E. KKLIiKT.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
nffi-o - UnomiOrei/rhtcn . Block , ! -OMAHA.
Oor. 15th and Uwglas Ets.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PROMPT-
IJ ly ottcuded to. No charge unless collec-
Uon are made. Homes to let and rents col-
cted. KoaleitatelMUEht and sold. BpJ.U
T. W. T. Jticnnrds ,
Attorney at Law ,
Cfflco 610 13th St. , bet Farnliam
and Donglas , Omaba , Neb.
r o. BOX so
O. BALLOU ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Office n Crclgliloii'g tier blncV , southeast cor
TOOQI , floor.
OMAHA , - AEB.
JOIDf C. CO WIN ,
. Solicit or-
JXI ) COUNSELOR.
OFFICE-CnEIGHTON'S UtOCK ,
02IAIIA , XEUUASKA.
SAVAGE & MANDERSON ,
jlttorueys at Law ,
212 FARNHAM STREAT.
J Omaha Nebraik *
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW ,
Ko. 200 Ftrnhto Street
OMAHA - NEB.
W. J. CONNELL ,
AND
Bf > trlct Attorney for Second Jud
icial District.
OKHCS South Bide ot Farnham , between
15lh arTCth § t . , oppotlte Court UOUM.
( nb
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'SPAUN & PRITCHEH ,
Attorneys ind Counselors at Lair.
Offi-xs. 606 Twelf. i B'JoeU
4m > . Omkhx. : ieb.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE ,
Attorney- JLaw
Room Ko. 1 , S. E. Comer Uth end Douglas Sts ,
OMAHA , - - XEBR ,
G. W. AMBROSE ,
BEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
OMABA , . .J'EB.
Wltl
OUR PARIS LETTER.
PARIS , July 26,1874.
He would be a wis > e man who
could explain where we are now !
The Assembly has refused to organ
ize the Republic as it has all other
projects ; nothing now remains for
it but to dissolve , but will it ? The
situation is now more than ever full
of perplexity and gravity , and what
the country stands in urgent need
of confidence and rjppose , are more
than ever in the distance. Perhaps
in the debate on the proposal to re
cognize the Republic as the unques
tionable form of government for
France , the most unhappy event
was the interferenceof the ministry ,
rejecting the motion to constitute
the Republic- , Thus the Marshal
has taken a "aide ; " he stablts his
horses now with tlie coalesced Mon
archists , who Certainly are a majori
ty in the Assembly , but not at all in
the country , as the elections prove.
What the consequences of this new
state of tilings may be , time will
show. The attitude will not be fa
vorable to constituting the Septen-
nate , thrice condemned ; the Legiti
mists have shown they do not mean
to tie up their chances irrevocably
for seven years ; they have no more
the intention than the Bonapar-
tists to vote a Senate iu the
intere tn of Orleanism , and the as
sociated Republicans will plump
dead agttin&t investing MacMahon
with the power of dissolving the
Assembly. As a will in life , we
give as little a- * possible to the e
who ure not for us. There remains
then the question of dissolution ;
noonecan positively say it will not
be voted , and none that it will be.
It is subject to the doctrine of
chances , to the tenacity with which
representatives the most patriotic
cling to power , and to the unfore
seen , which is the only thing cor-
lain and inevitable. All is barren
from Dan to Beersheba. There exists -
ists only an increased gacfu's.
Public opinion will be deeply
pained at the result of the discus
sion ou the Republic , and the hos
tility in reference thereto displayed
by the government. The wisest , the
nioFt experienced , and the most
respected public men in France
have rallied to tlie elds of the Repub
lic , as alone capable of sojving the
difficulties and removing the evils
under which the country labors
from the competition of dynasties.
It is not at all unliUeJy thfit the vote
just recorded , will have , for efiect ,
to swell the tide in favor of the Re
public , and as it is not impossible
the Marshal will be compelled ,
sooner , or later to recommend the
Assembly to dissolve. The new
Chamber will be elected with the
distinct mission to constitute the
) jepuL5 } , which will not be in har
mony with Hid conclusion arrived
at by the Marshal.
The discussion has cleart-i away
# vast amount of hypocracies ; the
Reoubjjcans have been able to count
tlieir friends as well as their foes ;
niasks" havjo falf/eu / from candid
friends , and tjijb Jjn.es .of separation
have been better defined and mor < ?
diHtlnctiy revealed , There npver
was bettor speaking in favor of tjp )
necessity and expediency for estab.-
lishing the Republic , nor more elo-
onent and ingenious outcry against
doing so. It was plain speaking on
both Sides. There was much loss of
tiuie , iWjveyer. in showing up the
contradictions pf deputies , warm
advocatesof RemiblicaWspa anfl Lib
eralism yesterday , and their pooi )
vioZ ] nt opponents to-day. The
spectacle | a so common and so geiv
end , that it ) j < ? longer provokes
either smiles or tears.
But when will the poor country
have peace ; when can the people
resume work with light hearts ;
when will eoiifujence return , when
will the foreigner send us orders , or
rather when will manufacturers Jiprp
be iu a position to accept them ?
Countries JJ& ? Individuals , can be
weaned to death , and fhe life that
quietly is ebbing away la the Rjosj
jiifficult to save , tc fortify.
An Jtalian musician , M Rota , is
exciting sierjoys attention by some
astonishing results flojvinjy from his
system of causing dumb persons &
gpeak. Not being in pobsission of
the faculty of hearing , of being ac
quainted with sounds in order to
imitate , and so command speech , is
Hie reason why person * ore dumb-
Tixoy have the organs of'voice like
other peopje , and can express sobnds ,
but these are inarticujatebecause
unpojjtrojled or confused , sprinuJng
from a vofco from the chest , the
head or a combination of both. M.
Rota has operated on two pupils
taken from the deaf and dumb asy
lum , and aged respectively 15 and
16 vears , and after 48 lessons of half
an' hour each , he bus instructed
ttinss young men in a manner , by
which not ojily to distinguish
sounds , but to * i > rnQ ) nce some
words. To enable the dumb to SSr
press in a reasonable manner only
the common wants of life , would bo
to cure them of tjjp moiety of their
infirmity. M. Rota decHnps to make
known his process of supplying l g.
word thefaculty of hearing ; he writes
ordcra for his patients to pronounce
In such and eiuJ > a manner ; after
Impressing them wUU tjjp fact that
they have the powfijof
emitting sounds , he encourages
them to employ only the voicecom-
jijg from the chest. He seemingly
acts 0 tjjc jnechanism of speech ,
the vocal apparatus , as one does on
an inanimate instrument , wjiich ,
peculiarly constructed , emits the de
sired sound. It is something won
derful to see those two young lads
lisping in numbers like infants , and
and one was able even to pronounce
the name Madame McMahonin the
presence of that lady. " To cause
the dumb to reply directly to the
words thay see , by others that their
questioners will hear , is no small al
leviation of human lijfinnity.
In the Pope's native town , thp
humble cottage where he was nurs
ed , is'stjll owned and occupied by
his foster brother , wjio has erected
a tablet setting forth the fact of Pie
JJino having been brought up therp
by the "dear mother , Myrianna
Chlarine. " When the old peasant
visits Rome , the Pope extends
him quite a paternal welcome. Hi |
Holiness has founded in the lowji
an hospice for fifty old men. '
To an abundant harvest and the
prospect of an excellent vintage ,
France will be further blessed this
season with an unexampled supply
of game of every kind. Our happi
ness is also increased by the predic
tion , now that we are huflering from
a terrible high temperature , that
the coming winter will be exceed-
Jngly cold.
A curious phenomenon can be
witnessed in the Saint Antoine hos
pital. A young man , a singer in a
cafe concert , was wounded during
the war in tlie head , by a ball which
struck hU skull obliquely over the
left ear , carrying away six , inches ol
bone , and exposing the brain. He
was relieved , but at the cost of a
paralysis of his right side ; this was
cured in time , and he was enabled
to resume his usual model of life.
Some weeks ago his nervous system
became so deranged that he was ad
mitted into the hospital ; his attack
ot the nerves lasts about thirty
hours , during which time he is but
a living automation ; he is uncon
scious of surrounding circumstances
and insensible to all pain. Place
him on his feet , he walks ; seat him
in a chair , put a pen between
his fingers , he displays the
want to write , and seeks for
ink and paper ; supply him with
cigaraette paper , he will search for
tobacco , and vdll make the most
perfect cigarettes. He executes
these movements without any signs
of consciousness or impatience ; re
move the articles twenty times from
him , he displays no anger , but
quietly recommences his work ; he
can be made to faing some of his
songs when he is supplied with a
pair of white gloves , and a newspa
per for a sheet of music. He has a
monomania for theft , for he pockets
everything he can lay hold of , but
shows no signs of being discontented
when the articles are taken from
him. During this automatic crisis
he is in the enjoyment of perfect
health.
Do madmen cry ? is one of the
questions -that occupies a little at
tention. It has been observed that
in dramatic representations when a
personage has been rendered lunatic
by outrage or affliction , the return
to reason is ever preceded by a copi-
jshedding of tears. MONACO.
An Indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing flnd gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham .street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ot our wn make at
§ 2.00 and $2.50 each.
Railroad Titixli
bought and sold by P. Gotthelmcr ,
Broker , at 29G Fariiham street.
Unredeemed Pfcdgat for Sale.
may Iv26
Hamlet Drum ,
9th street tetneen Jones and Leavenworth sis ,
OMAHA , - XEBRASKA.
ErsTHE MK.VT COMPLETE ASSORT
met of I.adlp ' md ( Tents' straw hats , trim
and untrimnml. Parasols. Piques , ilar-
Mjillcs. ICainsooUs nd all kinds of l > ry Goods ,
Ladies' ind Oenti " Boi.ts , etc. My hue of Dry
( jood * ir Complete S"llig only for CASH , I
amublcto UKUtRSbl.li any other Dealer in
the City. Our PUlCESare LOWER than ever
heard ot before. uivl43uijl
J. MOOREHEAD ,
ZDIR/UO-GKCST
AND PHARMACIST ,
Pattee'o Block , Bet. California & Webster Ets.
OMAHA , NEB.
Physicians Prescriptions tartfullj
Jc2C3in cotiinound L
' DENTIFTBY.
OFFICE. No. 232 FAR N HAM ST.
- ve STMES.
BeL 12th L Hth ts. . OMAHA.
in the city
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
234 XAX > xi.la.AXt3L St. .
Bet. 13th and 14th , up italri.
Teeth eiSacL" " * ! without pain , by me of M-
Ubus 0Jjo > M.
VOffice ocen itall hou tSU
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses hl own medclne * . and beildei
regular practice , makes Bnedalltles of Derange
ments and Disease * Peculiar to Women , Flatu-
la , Piles and other Disnucs of the Kectua.
OypiCK ; Corner Farnham and 14th streets ,
firet door to-the riKht. up "Uirr. Bnldenc ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 atfd nth , oext
to Lutheran Church Omaha , Feb. Addrou
Lock Box 304. lantldAwtf
' SIRS. J. K. VA > DKIICOUK.
Eclectic Physicians
Residence and offic. 250 Dodge st Let 14th And
15th its.
Hpccial attention paid to obstetrics and dil
cues peculiar to women and children. f9U.
Wood ! Wood ! Woodl
Immense Reduction !
s. P. Biuo s * 'YA&D. j3flEiEp OF
4r J4lb and Chi RO Slfets. . Coed Hard
xl JJ 00 ; Suit 55 03. Stpve Wood to suft
any nuinlxr of stove very cheap. aplgtf
P , F/.LLON ,
DEALER IN '
Dress ( J < iods , Silks and Trlmmlnga.
J 08$3 IJO'Jce * 'eet , between 14th and 15th.
Dress malilDE dons vrifh neat-
nese and dispatpb. Orders
sdhcited.
Je25-3m
, STRIFFLER ,
DEALEB S
E 3 ,
Fruit" ,
Nuts ,
Conf HtIonerf ; ,
s . Tobacco ,
Segaw ,
&c. , &c. , Ac.
S. K. COU. OjTJTH nndPAHKIIAM
a lUir
C. F
171 C'or. Varubam and Elevcnln 8U.
All kinds of TAILORIKO , Tleanlnc jind repairing -
pairing done at reasonable raU s. A fine lot of
FURNIMUNO ( iOODS constantly on band
and sold chcai > . -tf < 28t {
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DEALER nr
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS AKD
2l5Doughi , btft. lllh and 12th,8lreet.
OMAHA , . . KfiBBAaKA.
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C1BRIA6E , BUUU :
MASUFACTtlv ) * ?
N. E. IORNEB ot 14th inct HAKNE1 SIS.
WOULD re pectfuUr nnpnrctothe pub-
he that be Is qow rejfdr to fill U con-
vagons conjiUntlf on hand-aad
or aale.
aale.EDWAHD
EDWAHD KUEIJL.
OFrUK.r KPAUTKD.
J'z f.
Ho. 493 llrtl EtbetweeaFin w i.Hwney.
*
t t'f
\fia by the id ol fn iaiffl''iplrit , obtain
lor any one a TICW ol lue p it , prteeu t and Io
ture. Ko fen chained U OHM f ! ctcs .
VERY LATEST.
MIDNIQ-HT.
ATCHISOJ * , August 10.
The grasshoppers have absolutely
eaten everything in northern and
southwestern Kansas and Xebraska.
The corn crop through all this re
gion is totally destroyed.
MEMPHIS , August 10.
It is reported that a fight occurred
at Austin this morning between
whites and negroes , and the latter
were repulsed.
A Helena special to-day says that
the steamer Trades was met at
O'Klaudington by a band of negroes
who said to the Captain that if he
went to Austin with the boat he
could not return.
XEW YORK , August 10.
A letter from Berlin on the at
tempted assassination of Bismarck
by Kauffmann , says the Govern
ment , has employed police to ferret
matters out , and in pursuing their
work they have made a thorough
search of prominent members of the
Catholic party , among whom is
Counsellor Von Kehler , Secretary of
the Mayence Catholic Union , and
have carried off papers and docu
ments.
CHICAGO , August 10.
A Tribune's special says George
McCrary ; nominated to Congress by
the Bepublicans in the fourth dis
trict , Iowa , has written a letter de
clining the nomination. In expla
nation he says he was induced to
change his first intention not to be
come a candidate by representations
made him by friends that his accep
tance would harmonize discordant
elements of the convention. This
has not been the result , on the con
trary , he finds it has tended to widen
the gap between the factions , and
he considers it his duty to recall his
acceptance of the nomination.
CINCINNATI , August 10.
An Enquirer special says that
near Carlisle , Nicholas county , yes
terday , a man named Hamilton
White , attending the Methodist
church , becoming offended at sonic-
thing said , ( stood upon a bench and
flourished a pistoj. Thomas Shaw ,
ope of tjjp trustees , succeeded in
pacifying him and coaxing him out
doors ; and when outside , Shaw
told him the penalty of the law for
his offense , whereupon Hamilton
shot Shaw through the heart. The
congregation came out , seized the
murderer , and sent him to Carlisle ,
whence , for fear of lynching , he
was sent to Lexington.
ST. JOSEPH , August 10.
The Herald has particulars of a
fearful tradegy which occured at
Crestou , Iowa , at three o'clock this
morning. J. T. Urunett entered
the bedroom of his stepson , J. L.
Brister , ' auS'put the Jitter's throat
from ear to ear. The' presumption
is that the murderer alarmed his
victim as he approached the bed , for
there was evidence of a fearful
Sniggle. B.rstpr' { wjfp , who was
in bed with hjnj , was JitpraDy
drenched with blood. The woman
was so crazed thatfthe name of the
murderer was all that could be got
out of her. Brunett escaped , but is
being pursued by a large force , and
his capture is regarded as certain.
CHICAGO , August 10.
The Bight Bev. Henry J. White-
clty
He was a man of profound and
varied learning , and a mot devoted
churchman. His brothers are on
iUplr xfty from 3se\v York , whither
hla bodywiirbVlaken ftu jjj jn
the family lot iu Greenwood 'ceme
tery.
Bishop Whitehouse , whose death
was' annojjncp4 * u tuis morning's
dispatches , has been eicjc p little
over a week. Previous to his ill
ness h'e had taken a trip of tw'enty-
one days jn Wisconsin , and during
that period had preached forty
sermons. His efforts proved
too much .for his constitution
an he immediately gave
up work'on reaching Ubrac. HP was
not considered dangerously ill till
Saturday eveningwhen he sutlered
a paralytic stroke and became un
conscious. Sunday he roused sufii-
ciently to recognizchis children and
receive holy communionbut thence
forth he'declined'gradually tijl his
death , which occurred this fnornr
jmy. At "th > tfrpe b'f Jjfs dppeas'p
Bishop Whitenoiise was 7 } years
old. His name was nearly as great
In England as in America , he hav
ing received from Oxford Universi
ty titles of D , D. I ) , of Oxon , unu
sual distinction : for America.
SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 10.
.Ihe British steamer McGregor ,
arrjved Jast night , thirty-five days
*
'from Sydnpjy ,
The steamer Mikado had arrive * }
at Sydney nlno days over-duo , Her
machinery was out of order from
Overwork.
1'bp wrppk pf tlie British Aflrniral
had been sold tor two thousand onp
hundred pnd fifty pounds. 8Ix
bodies found on shore were interred
jn Preze. "
Jn a fight near Baljarat , a iian
named Elaine was killed by hjs'op-
poncnt. '
Proceedings in the South Austra
lian Assembly on the 9th of June
arjB described as extremely dis
graceful.
People in Figl are impatiently
waiting the decision of the British
government on the question of
Blondin at Queenstown.
A commissioner sent from France
to JSpw'2eaJand to investigate fapts
relative to the escapp of Kochefort.
Las been at work. As a result alj
Communists in Ne v Calledonia
will be rppioved to the Island of
Pnps | for better security.
Immigrants are arriving in Xew
Zealand from Great Britain at the
rate of 6uOO per month.
Vbnderful gold discoveries are re
ported from the Thames district ,
forty miles from Aubland.
J Thomas Strong , mate of the ship
{ 'Pride of the Wave" which ar
rive ! yesterday from Boston , was
arrested last night for the murder of
sallornamed Antoine Spainele , by
knocking him from thp fore-tree to
the deck , when twelve days out
from San Francisco.
I IThe MacGregor brings Honolulu
dates to July 29th : The Gazette
complains that the King's cabinet
is weak , and says It ought to be re
modeled ; that the present members
ore mere adventurers.
The | LegIslative Assembly has
raised an appropriation bill for $770-
565 ; also n bill to aid steam naviga
tion tct foreign countries , Passed to
TELEGRAPHIC ,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Beported for the Omaha Bally Bei > ,
bv the Atlantic and Pacific Telezrath Co.
WASHINGTON AugUSt 10.
Captain Ruggles , commanding
Camp Buggies , in a communication
dated July 31 , 1874 , and received at
) the war department to-day , states
that the grasshoppers have destroy
ed almost the entire crop of corn ,
oats , potatoes , &e. , in the Loup and
adjoining valleys. Cuytain Mun-
son suggests that the farmers who
have suffered the loss be employed
in building the post or in hauling
the material for the same. He is of
the opinion that it would prevent
much suffering , during the corning
winter.
General Ord , in forwarding Capt.
Muiison's reports , iddorses It at foU
lows : If the Building at the post
can be erected 'by the employment
of civilians , itwill afford employ
ment to the citizens of the valleys
now destitute of the necessaries of
life , and will result in the interest
of the country. The report is for
warded from General Sheriden's
headquortera to the General of the
army , whose attention is invited.
Senator Hitchcock in a letter to
General Ord , asks that the money
for material and labor in building
the fort be spent among the suffer
ing , and be a blessed charity.
The following dispatch has been
received here :
To the President of the United
States :
I am most happy to greet Your
Excellency , the President of the
United States ot North America ,
on this memorable occasion for the
nations which the electric wire this
day places in immediate communi
cation with each other , thus drawing
closer the bonds of sincere and cor
dial friendship , which happily unite
them. [ Signed. ]
The President of Uragua.
PITTSBURGH , Auugust 10.
A large delegation arrived here
this morning from Chicago , St.
Louis and Xew York to witne&s tHe
prize fight between Billy Edwards
of New York and Sam Collyer of
Baltimore. The betting to-day is
even. The St. Louis , Cincinnati
and Baltimore &portine nien arp
backing Collyer , wlijje the Phila
delphia and Xew York sports are
betting heavily on Edwards. Jt'is
probable that fresh arrangements
will have ro be made for the pugil
ists and the crowd to be carried to
the lighting ground , as the river Is
too shallow to admit of any boat
carrying anj extra crowd.
Edwards to-day weighed 131 Ibs.
and Collyer 132. Collyer remained
at McKec's Bock1 five miles from
this city , while Edwrds is stopping
with his trainer at Forts. The train
that left Xew York at 5:30 : last eve
ning brought n lacRe crowd of Xew
York and Philadelphia "sporting
men.
COLUMBUS , Ga. , August 10. '
The first bale of npw cotton'was
received hcrp'on tlie 7th Jnst. and
was sold to-day by Allen , Pror | &
Illges at the Fountain warehouse to
Mr. CU Home , at 21 * cents. It
was leceived from Jackson county
Florida.
MONTREAL , August 10.
The loss by yesterday's lire is
roughly estimated at $100,000.
Henderson & Co. lost $30,000 , Gage
& Cooper $80,000 , Hawley $30,000 ,
known. It Is supposed that It' origi
nated in Henderson's match factory.
VoUK , August 10.
A destructive lire occurred at
WestriejcV , Xety'Jp.i&pya \ \ \ \ morn
ing. Breaking wit at 2 Vclook In
s' clotblng store , the flames
Morehouse , dry goods } Gules , drug
store ; Godfrey & Marsh , real estate
office : and Glmstead & Co. , cabinet
establishment. ' The flames were
checked by the "firemen tearing
clown a building. Loss , $4D.OQOj
' ' " '
insurance Ku'h't , _ '
, 10.
Gen. Tracoy states regarding hii
withdrawal as Beeoher's counsel ,
that he is still engaged in the case ;
ho had aoted In the early stages of
the case in the capacity of counsel
'
to Motijtop , and * professional e'ttj :
quptt'p woui'iot } } } n.qy'permit jVliq
to appear qefore and prossTexapiinp
MoUjton. Tbp othpr counsel' , } f jt
be necessary to ; tnjjp Trappy's plare ,
so for as Houlton is qoncprnpcV. The
statement is to be postponed till this
evening by Moulton , and will be
published In the papers , provided
Moulton , Beecher and Tiltoii are
agreeable. Judge .Morris , counsel
for Tilton in tjie crim con suit
against Beeclicr. 'statta tjirjt'h.s h.a.9
} ! irSP PB2 fif dofurnpntary ev-
denpe , whiph he is gpttjng into
shape as rapnlly as possible ; HP is
waiting , however , to see a" full
fetatement of Moultou beforp taking
any definite action.
j epphor rcturhp4 from P.ppyJic-J ] ; }
this morning , and after spending
an hour at his residenpe , proceeded
to the house of Thomas G Sherman ,
clerk of Plymouth Church. He
washpre jojqcrt bo pisfrjpt Attar *
noy NVinsIow , ant } aftprwfjrijs visi ?
ted Moujton's ' rericjenee , but for
what purpose Js not known. Beech
er will probably appear beforp the
Copinjjttee tomorrow afternpon.
255 Harney street , between llth and 15th.
Carriage na Wagon
In all it Branches , in the latest and most
approfed pattern.
HOESE SHOEING AJID BLACKSMITHIKO
aid repairing done on short notice.
WILLIAM SEXAUER.
225 rum\a3a Street , - - Omaia , Heb
WnOLKaiLp AND BPTAll , TJEALKB IS
FURNITURE. BEDDING , ETC.
H. U. WALKEB ,
SIANDFACl'UKtr J il ) 1JKALERIN
BOOTS & SHOES
SlOlSthSt. Between Farnham and Donglaa
Mrs. B. A. MOFFETT ,
Fsshionable Dressmaking ,
564 Fourteenth St. ,
HE .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
New York Money Market.
Xnw SfoRK , August 10.
Money Easy at 2@3 per cent.
Exchange Firm at 487V bixtj
days ; 491 sight.
Old Inactive , but lower ; opener
at 1 10 , but subsequently declined tc
1 09 | ; now selling at 1 09 } .
Governments Dull and a triik
off , and in sympathy witb weakei
gold ; currency 6s 1 17.
The dealings in stocks has beer
unimportant ; prices continued stea
dy , but soon dropped of J © } pel
cent ; but business was very dull ; P
M , W U , U P. and L S represented
the bulk of the bu ines , but every
thing is very queit ; Jirie 31 } ; P M
46J ; U P 29 ; W U 74J.
New York Produce Market.
IS EW YORK , August 10.
BreadstufEs Generally better.
Flour Steady ; superfine State
and Western , 4 60a5 10 ; extra 5 50
5 80.
"Wheat Icbetter ; JS'o. 1 spring ,
1 341 30 ; No 2 spring , 1 24htl * 24 ;
No. 2 Milwaukee spring , 1 30@
131.
131.Corn
Corn Quiet ; Western mixed
afloat 8U.
Oats 3a4c higher for new mixed
Western ; whiie , old , is nominally
unchanged. Receipts of the past
three days , 50,000 bushels.
Provisions ICabier , but prices
generally nominal.
Leather Quiet but steady.
Iron Dull and unchanged.-
Wool Nominally unchanged.
Chicago Pruuuce Markot. 0 §
CHICAGO , August 10.
Flour Dull ; shippers offer 4 50
a5 00 for new wheat. Nothing ex
cept in Minnesota nominal.
Wheat Steady ; August , 1 04J ;
September , 1 01.
Corn Steady ; cash , G-J ; August ,
65J ; September , 65 } .
Oats Steady ; cash , 41 } ; August ,
37 | ; September , 30V. "
Uarley Steady"l ; 01 bid for Sep
tember ; 93 for No. 3.
Highwines 97.
Eye 72.
Pork Quiet ; ca h , 24J ; Septem
ber , 241.
Lard A little weak ; cash Sep
tember , 14 .
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. Louis , August 10.
Flour Dull and drooping ; most
grades lower.
Wheat Higher ; No 2 , 1 16.
Corn Better for No 2 ; Co cash ;
64J September.
Oats Firmer ; No 2 , 4G@4G ] for
elevator.
Rye Steady and firmer.
Whisky Firmer , 90.
Pork Quiet , 2400.
Lard Firm ; 14V for \\inter ket
tle.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , August 10.
Cattle Receipts , 5,000 ; quiet ,
active and firm at full prices ; closed
with pens nearly empty ; low grades
however , are dull s-alet ; Texans ,
2 5Qa4 20 ; fair to dioice steers , 5 10a
5 75 ; extra steers , 61 ja67 | .
Hogs Receipts , 0,000 ; fairly ac
tive and strong for best grades ;
others shade easier ; comn.on to
medium , 6 50a6 75 ; fair to choice.
680a7l5.
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , 4ugust 10.
Hogs Reoeigts 2000 ; firm ; York-
era " 5"50au 00 ; bacon , 6 25ap 7o :
butcheis7 00.
OftDlSA.CC NO. 313.
An Ordinance tor t
Be" It ordained by the City Council of the City
i Omaha :
&E TIO.N' J. The UM of the Park shall he free
to all civilly disposed persona without distinc
tion.
tion.Bpf , jr , A\h.encvsr cny Cburc.Ii , Sunday
Schoql , 6f any qtlier organization or p rty of
jitrsoili nlay Je lrt to hold a I'lcnlc or entertain
ment requiring ti.e use of the Platform and
Muslcb'aud , they shall apply to the Major lor
such permit which may lipgrautixl to such par
ty In the order in which apjil cations arp nude.
SEC. III. Ii sliall l uulawful fpr any per
son to demind or receive any admission feg tg
the Park , or tomaKeuny'ihargei foyany exhih-
Itlpuof agy n.at ra oil lajd premises , f'rovid'd
thu3u4ll iibt pre.ludeany jaity who may have
tliewiitiqn penult of th * Jlayor for the use oi
the Platform anil M ic Stand on any particu
lar day , Item collecting Ironi tnnsouho may
dance on th PJatlonu any contribution they
uay feel disposed to give to d fray the expense
of Music , Ac. , or to charge for any dinner or
collation prepared lor such occasion , hut huck
stering shall not be allowed. Any vjol-ltlon oi
this fcectlon shall subject { he pDsuiJer lo'a Uno
of not liss thjm fiye 'd&Uira , anU-luiprisonrnent
' ' ' '
not'totsceed'flTcdar ? .
St'c. TV' . It shall pe cnlawfu.1 for any person
to $ ell , barter orgJYeaway pr In any luanner
di-pojeotany jjaH , Smr'lHPUJor Y mu Liq-
uqis vfiufi ( ( bala & & Any pers-on violating
the provjs ons of this Section shall upon convic
tion there ( be &q dauy sum i ct tncitvllnz UJ.
ty dolUrasnU IwprUcmcd not to exceed thir
ty i\avi.
SEC. V. It shall bo unlawful for any person
\ > tie ny Jlorsu or Mule to any tree or l rub in
said Pilrk , or in any manntr cut , break or in
jure any tree or shrub , or break nr dclaco orln-
jureanyfurnitureorfixtur.sofsaWP&vk' , „ . . ! „ . , . Any
rprovlsious ol tllla
! subject to the
. , . , , . = , and ton fine ol
Cot leas than five , nor more than ten dollars.
SEC. VI. It shill be unlawful fa- any p'rson
to dance on thp riatform oreroundsof.the . Park
Uis gahbathdiy , commonly known asSun-
- An ) ' person violating this prohibition
l ) bo subject to a flno not to exceed three
dollars.
fc c. VII. All persons \isUing saW Park
shall at all times l-c subject to the orJers cf the
J'fHcvman In charge , ho thall rejiort any vlo-
latwu oTltai Ordinanre to the Police Court and
male complaint against all persons so violating ;
and he aU.tll drive tram thegroundsany unruly
boys or children vl.sltlng the Park without Pa
rent or Guardian and refusing to obev his or
der.
Passed Aug. 4thi874 ,
1
J. S. GIBSON ,
Pres. City Council.
ATTEST :
O. C. LUDLOW , City Clerk.
Approved Aug. 5th , 1374.
1374.C. S. CHASE. Mayor.
JOIDf H. GEEEN ,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GRAIN , FLOUR AND FEED ,
AND
COilMISSIOX MERCHANT.
100,000
EIOH PABHIHQ LAND IH NEBBA3KA ! !
500 HanscomPlaccLots !
HOUSES AN1 LOTS jn tne city of Omaha ,
for salerheanancl on eood terms.
HOGGS & HIM.
Beal estate brokersoeice over JIackey's store ,
on Dodge U opposite uew postofficea | > 30m2
QTJAILEY'S
"D" * P , Soap Factory !
Situated on the line'of the Union Pacific
Itzllroad , near the powder house. Manufac
tures Q > st-class soap for home consumption
] une24-lr
STODUAKD & IICllLilCT ,
Market Gardners !
ALL K7NDS OF i VEGETABLES AND
, for sale.
plants Orders addremed to us
at our garden
Cor. 21st and ? anl Street1 ? ,
will recelye prorapt attention.
Clearing Sale ! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ! !
-AT-
CRUICKSHANK'S '
.
, ,
Clearing Sale ! f
FOR THIRTY DATS !
BIZIXO ori :
Clearing Sale ! Annual Clearing Sale
OF-
Foreign and Domestic
Clearing Sale !
DRY GOODS
Clearing Sale !
. .
PKEPARATOP.Y 1O STOCK TAKING.
A. CRUICKSHANK : ,
Clearing Sale ! EiirS Cor. Hth and Faruliam Sts.
, 1873.
, A. BROWN , 248 Douglas Street ,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
DRY GOODS , CAEPETS ,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh. New ( roods Just Opened to. be
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
MERINOS , EMPRESS CLOTHE , BEPELLANTS ,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also VELYET & BEAVER CLOAKISGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SSAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO I/.NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEN IN GREAT YAK1ETY. A PULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CAEPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTING RUSS , AND MATS ,
Furniture Mirrors
, bedding , ,
and "eyBrything pertaininsc to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
has a complete assortment o ± FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
ggJSSS goods , which lie is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to mak § it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in tftis iin.e , to examine his stock before purchas-
ing.
, LOUNGES Scc. ; UPHOLSTERED ANP
COVERED TO ORDER.
CJ&.S. SHIVSRICS ,
. . . .
.
aoa Ext.3rzxla.a.txx Stx-oot.IOaaa ulan.
BOUGHT THE
BANKRUPT STOCK
Of the Popular
Dry Goods Store ,
223 Farnhnw Street ,
I htrehy wish to inform thepuhlic of Omaha
and vicinity tha.t I sha.ll cant.oue the business
ami offer tt 41' ' time *
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS !
I hate adopted th
Strictly Cash and One Price
Principle , which I hope will meet with the
rpproval of the public as my prices shall be
always
THE VERY LOWEST.
A liberal patronage solicited. Respectfully ,
JOHN H , F , LEHMANN ,
228 FarHharn Street.
Omaha , Neb. , July 2Ut , 1874.
WHOLESALE CANDIES
I am c-w iQantttacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell a
ZE.ASTEK3ST
Dealers In this State need not want to go East f.n CANDIES ,
1 trial Is solicited.
StOor -
mchlltl
B. & J WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourteenth Street , . Omah.su , Web
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
ar3-Imy
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th and Sarney Streets ,
ng and Summer Styles.
A. POL ACK ,
CLOTHIER ,
238 Farnham St. Hear 14th.
Fine and Medium Clothing ,
and Furnishing Goods.
OIEEIEUUPBK , TlirJUSr TIEb ] OECBIA KH