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VOL : iv. V XDMAHA9 THURSDAY MORNINGAUGTJST 13 , 1874. NO. 47.
THE DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD HOSLWATEB , Editor and Prop'i
Office No. 138 Farnham street , betw.
Kl nth and Ten th.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
One copy , six one months year. In , advance IJ.OO .
three inenths in advance 2.00
BSD-It not paid in advance , $3 per annum wMl
frollfted. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
FBEDERICK ,
HATTER !
Best Goods ,
LOWESTFRZCES
Farnliam St-
OMAHA.
OMAHA mm DIRECTORY
"
CBA.OZEB MAMJFAOiOBY.
Smith. 185 llnrner street , bet.
McClurei Itth. declSU
GL183 AND PICTURE PS ME8.
T Itelnhart. 186 I > ou Us street , dealei In
f ) .window glass aud picture irjuua , Ulaiing
done to order. -2tf
BOOTS A17D SHOES.
Lang , 155 Farnham it , between ll.lb
Philip 115h. Itbl9yl ?
COHFICTIOKEET.
. Latey , corner 12th and D.'uglaa streeu ,
. m.nufacturer and wholesale deiler in
candirsand confectionery. Country trade o-
liccted. Pl"
COAr. DTJALEES.
. ) Elliotcoal , lima , cemen ttiair etc. .
131 Farnhsm t. febljniS
DBDQQIST3.
. H der , druggist , corner 12-h and Uar-
. neyats
PAWN BBOKEB.
Elgutter , No. 200 Farnham at. i17tf i
M
LAUHDBT.
* new lauoIrT opened ut oil llth st , t-et
A. Farnban. rod Douglu. 1 hf wa hiug and
b-onlce will be done to order , hrsl clats wurk
SOAP O.AOTOBY.
Soap Worls , Powell A Co , still
Premium - their Pieraluci Soap. Five
first premium awarded by the Lougla county
and State fairs , and Pottawattamte couuty , la.
Orders aoll-Jtul ftom the trade
A1TOB5E1S.
E. ESTABKOJK. . M. FRANCIS
ESTABROOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE Crelghton Block , Omaha , Neb.
"
DEXTER L , THOMAS ,
Allorner aud .Counselor at Law.
0FICE-Eoom Ho Vbsoher'g Bloci ,
OMAHA - - - NEB.
JOHN VLYTLE ,
t-Lfiw end Solicitor In
Eqalty.
-Orer PIrit E Uon l Bank ,
mal-U
fl PAI1KE GOBIVES ,
Attorney at Law §
( Campbell's BUix. )
6091-2 THIBTEEKTH1BTBEET , OMAHA
cw ; lu
A. BALDWJH _ iO. M. O'BRIES.
BALDWIN .
ATTORNEYS * LAW
Office CJdwell Block , Douglas Ftreet ,
KEBSASKA.
OMAHA. - - - -
JOHN E. KKL.LEY.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
.
ly attended to. J o charge unless collec.
nt are made. House * to let and rents col-
ectcd. Beal estate bou ht and old. apldf
T. W. T. iuehards ,
at Law
.Attorney ,
OHce 510 13th SU , Uet. Farnliga
and Douglas , Omuha , Xcb.
i r o. B so
O. HBALLOU. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Office n Creighton'a iiew block , southeut cor
room , Boor.
OMA1IA. > B.
JOIIN C. COWDJ ,
A-ttorxxoy. Solloltox-
A5 COUNSELOR.
OFFICE-CBEiaHTON'S BLOCK ,
OMAHA * , BfEBUASKA.
rttf
RAVAGE & MANDERSOh ,
Attorneys at Law ,
M2 FAHKHAM BTBEAT.
N. J. BURNHAM.
ATTORSEI AXD COUSC LLOE AT
LAW ,
No. 2oO Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEB.
tnrhSOtf
. J. COKTNELL ,
Attorney for Second Jud
icial District.
OniCS-South aide oi Farnham , between
15th an 1 16th iu. , opposite Court Uouse.
J. E.EPAO. .cu. K. ruralnr
SPAUN & PRITCHEH ,
ittornera wd Counselors at Law.
OS" , SOS Twelt i S jcet.
' " - . IxvV BAT 4 > . Omaha , Ileb.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE ,
Attorney- -I : aw
Eoom Xo. 1 , S. E. Coiner 15th nd DouslM Sts ,
OilAHA ,
G. W. AJIBROSE ,
.t - Xj otr
KEDICK S OPERA HOUSE
OJUHA , .
* , V
THE Omahorribles are shocked by
the prospective retirement of the
ad interim editor of the Republican.
ALTHOUGH the Independents
hold their State Convention at Lin
coln to-day , the hotels of the capital
city are not ovorcrowled.
" \VEarenotinthehabit of wast
ing pearls upon swine , hence we
respectfully decline to take further
notice of the Lincoln Blade walking
distillery.
Oun decapitated Police Captain
might have easily averted his mel
ancholy fate if he had only been
more liberal with his alcoholic pa
tronage toward Councilmen.
THE animated debate at the last
meeting of the City Council has
brought out thu fact that Hanscom
Park needs a severe pruning down
of supernumerary superintendents
and belligerent botses.
THE Chairman of the Ecpublican
State Central Committee is still
waiting for information as to what
became of the $1,000 forwarded by
P. O'Hawes to postmaster Yo'-t for
the benefit of the Republican party.
An iniliscnminate slaughter m
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 200
Farnham street. Fine linen aud
chevolt shirbi ot our wn make at
S2.00 and § 2.50 each.
Railroad 7T ( .Vete
bought and sold by P Gottheimer ,
Broker , nt 296 Faruham street.
Unredeemed Hedges for Sale.
may lv2C
Hamlet Drum ,
8th street between Jones ana Ixavcn worth sts ,
OMAHA , - NEBRASKA.
jrEEPSTIIE MOsT COMPLETE ASbORT
JV niet of Ladle. " n J Gents' straw hats , tnm-
iiieii and untriuiuied , I'arasoU , Pique * , M.ir-
seilles. Kainsools and all kinds of Juy Uixnli ,
Ladies' Mid GeuU ' Hots , etc. My line of Dry
( JooJs If Complete Slli guuly tor CAslI , I
am able to UKDKUaKi.L any other Dealer in
thcCity. Our 1'UICEsare LOV.'EUtlian c er
heard t.t belore. ui \ -Siu'-iil
J. HOOEEHEAD ,
AND PHARMACIST ,
Pattee's Block , Bet. California & WelsUr Sts.
OMAHA , XIB. :
I'hyskians Prescriptions cartful- !
DEKTIPTKV.
OFFICE. No. 332 FARNHAM ST.
rr ST VIES.
CeL 13Lh & 14th Sts. . O JVIAXI . .
i > Z-iilc'-t DraclIc-iu-'IViiiNts in the city
DR , At S , BILLING ,
DIEZTTTST ,
Pot. 1 th and 14th , up stair ; .
Teeth utricle ! without paio , b > use of 141
troui OslJe jaa.
tticc eatf
I. VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses h ! own mcdclnei , and tesidca
regular practice , makes specialities of Derangt-
menta and diseases Peculiar to Women , FiMu-
U , Piles and other Diseases of the Kmum.
OFFICE : Corner Farnham and 14th streets ,
first door to the right , up sUirr. Residenc * ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 aud nth , next
to Lutheran Church Omaho , > Vh.
I/ook Hoi S)1. '
SIRS. J. K.
Eclectic Physician ?
EejidaBpeanJ offift 2CO Dodge st let 14th nnd
lEth ft ! .
tipcclal attention paid to'obslelrics an 1 < Iis
eisea peculiar to women and children , liii.
WILLIAM SEXAUEB.
ajSTcni amStfcet , - - Omaha , Neb
ttflDf-CS f 4 D RETAIL DEALKE IK
FURNITURE , BEDDING. ETC.
Wood ! Wood ! Wood !
Immense Reduction !
A T S. P. BPflO S' YAK1J. CORNER OF
A 14th and Cbi EO ElrcclJ. Good Hard
Wood$7 00Solti ; 00. Store Wcod to suft
any number o' stove vcrv cheap. rplstf
P , FALL f
DEALEK IS '
Dress Goods , Silks and Triiuuilnga.
l > o. 2 3 Dodge r ' et , between 14th aud loth.
Dressmaking done with neat-
iiese apd dibpatch Orders
sdhoited.
G. STBIFFLEE ,
DEALEB II
CROCS E. I 23 S ,
ProrN'ono ,
Frail * ,
Conrpctionery ,
,
Ac. , &c. . A'C.
S. H. 'CU. Of TFATII audFAUXIIAU
C. F
171 C'or. l-arnliaiii And ElevrnUi SU.
All kinds of TAILQUIXG , rlcanlns and re-
rairiiij ; denis iit rwscoable r U s. A Can lot of
FURNISHING OOOP5 constantly oA hand
and soM cheap. 'Irc'JCIf
its
DEALER IX
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS ASD TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bet. llth and 12th , Street.
OilAlIA , . . . MIBUAaEA.
CAUEIAGE , BUBCY naC.
aiAXUFACTURER.
N. E. CORNEB oi 14th ana HARNEY STS ,
respectfully announce to the pub
lic that he is DOB- ready to fill all con-
iracU In the abore lines with ceatne&a ai.d
dispatch.
wajonj constantly on hand and
EDVARD KUE1IL.
MAGISTBR. Of TIE DEPARTED.
ITo. 493 lltti Etjbetieen Fixaiaa & Hamey.
111 bj- the aid of guardian spirits , obtain
foj anf one A TICV ul tue put , prescut aiiu.f u-
tnre. No feri chare d in cases oi sletness ,
VERY LATEST.
MIDNIG-HT.
CINCINNATI , AugUSt 12.
The Republicans of the Seventh
District to-day nominated Dr. T. W.
Gordon for Congress.
MACOX , August 12.
The Democrats of this district in
convention at Mill edge ville to-day ,
nominated J. H. Blunt for Con
gress.
TALLAIIASSE , August 12.
Reports from the Second Congrea-
sional District to-day , renominated
W. J. Purman. The bolting faction
nominated Stearns , colored.
XEW ORLEANS , August 12.
State Auditor. Clinton
to-day re
signed , giving as a reason the Re
publican nomination" for State Treas
urer of Dubuclet , whose actions he
cannot endorse.
MONTGOMERY , Ala. , Augustl2.
The Republican Congressional
Convention of the first district , has
been in session two days , M-ithout
making a nomination. The negroes
want a colored candidate.
PATERSOX , X. J. , August 12.
The Congressional convention of
the 5th district to-day renominated
Wm. Walter Phelps. .Resolutions
in favor of a protective tariff , civil
rights , and specie payment were
adopted.
Moxri'EUEii , VT. , August 12.
The Republican convention of the
fir-t congiessional district , held at
Middlebury fo-dav , Nominated Col.
C. II. Joyi-c.
The convention of the second dis
trict , held at "White Hi ver Junction
to-day , nominated Judge Luke P.
Poland.
ROCHESTER , August 12.
Twenty thousand people witnessed
the races to-day. Goldsmith Maid
entered the bill for the free to all
race , and in the second heat trotted
a mile in 2:14 : $ , which performance
uas applauded with the wildest en-
thu'-iasm. This beats her own fast-
Cit time on record by three-quarters
of a second.
ST. JOSEPH , August 12.
Detectives for some dajs past
have been working up a counterfeit
ca-e. Their cillu'ts culminated to
day in the arrest of Robert L. Gil-
Ian , a wealthy farmer and stock
dealer , residing near Jamesport ,
DavK county , and G. W. Adams , a
farmer and saloon keeper of Lincs-
ville , Iowa. The latter was arrest
ed. On arriving by the train to
day , over $8,000 was found in Ins
carpet bag.
N. August 12.
A delegation of Omaha Indians ,
numbering ten chiefs and headmen
arrived to-day in charge of the In
dian agent Billinghani. The prin
cipal object of their visit relates tote
to the sale of a portion of their res
ervation to the Winebagoes. They
will have a talk with Col. Clum , ac
ting Indian commissionerupon this
and other matter * , after office hours
to-day.
CHICAGO , Aug. 12.
A Tribune dispatch says the antimonopoly -
monopoly Congressional Conven-
at Indianoln , Iowa , to-day nomina
ted J. D. Whitman , independent re
form.
The Congressional Convention at
Tolono , nominated J. S. Pickerell ,
of Mason county.
The Congressional Convention of
the Independent Reform party , at
Lincoln , Ills. , nominated A. E. Ste-
phenson.
The Independent Congressional
Convention of the 19th district , to
day nominated Gen. W. Bandison.
PHILADELPHIA , August 12.
The State prohibition party to
day , 5u nominating Canon , adopted
a radical platform savoring of pro
hibition. The noniinntiona were :
For Lieutenant GovernorBenjanun
Ru h ; Judge of Supreme " Court ,
Simon B. Chase ; Auditor"General ,
Calvjn Persons.
A State central committee was
appointed , with Jas. BJack as chair
man.
SALT LAKE , August 12.
Police Justice Clinton , Policy
Captain Burt and others , arrested
for violation of the United States
election laws , August 2d , vere on
trial to-day before Commissioner
Tooly , but no deci-ion was made ,
the court adjourning until Saturday
morning.
Chief of Police Burt and Sheriff
Taylor were arrested last evening
for alleged beating with iron balies ,
a man named Belding , on Monday
last.
DETROIT , Mich , Aug. 12.
The State Anti-Prohibition Con
vention met here this morning , and
after organization , the President
elect , E. W. Andrews , "made a
brief speech , favoring license as 'the
only effectual means of dealing
with intemperance. Col. Bishop
argued that prohibition had totally
failcd : ijnd favored the election of
no exeotlvd officers of the State
who \ \ ere not pledged to license.
After the election of a central
committee the convention ad
joarned ,
WASHINGTON , August 12.
The participation of certain offi
cers of the United States service in
the movement of the Japan Govern
ment agajnst the Inhabitants of the
Island of Formosa , is likely to cause
some embarrassment between our
Government and China. The latter
claims to have jurisdiction over the
Island of Formosa gild jts pgopje ,
and any proceedings on the'part of
American ejtizens , of unfriendly or
belligerent character against said Is *
land or people , is a violation of neu *
trality. One of the officers connected
with the Formosa expedition Is
Lieut. Douglass Cassel , of the navy ,
General Dee , Ex-United Sta'tes con
sul , is also attached to jr.
INDIANAPOLIS , Aug. 12.
The Independent Mass Conven
tion met here to-day , not over 75
delegates being present. Ifoq , A ,
C. Stephenson TT'OS chosen , presii
dent , who addressed thp conven
tion. He said ne favored every
thing which helped to elevate the
farmer ; a man was too much held
in contempt by the press' and tbe
old politicians.
After a long and heated discussion
on the merits of certain nominees
of thp convention of June 10th ,
the convention adjournpfj till U
o'clock.
On re-assembling , Judge Camp
bell , of La Salle , Illinois , delivered
a lengthy address , after which the
convention nominated S. Bowles ,
for Secretary of State , _
TEL'ESRAP '
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Eeported for the Omha Daily Bee ,
br the Atlantic and Pacific TeleeraPh Co.
THE BAST ,
The Great Scandai Still Unset
tled and Likely to Remain
So for Some Time Yet.
!
Moulton Requires a Little More
Coaxing Before He Will
Show Up His Little
Statement.
' " " ' *
*
'if Theodore Will Come to Me on
His Knees , " then -Mrs. Til-
ton Will Again Take
Theodore Back.
jSrvvORIC , August 12.
Thesituation regarding theBeech-
er scandal is in the same unsatisfac
tory uncertainty as yesterday.
Moulton'd statement is still with
held from the public , and the reports
regarding its probable publication
are very contradictory. Some who
pretend to be authority on the sub
ject say it will be given to the press
only after Beechcr's testimony is
rendered , and others say that it will
le withheld entirely , jis a compro
mise of the controversy is now un
der consideration and still others
that it will be given to the news
papers this afternoon' . Xothing
po itive is known'andall is specu
lation.
It is said that Moul ton's lengthy
document which the committee did
not accept , is as strong against
Beecher as Mr. Tilton's sworn state
ment. A friend of Moulton's says
he won't give it up unless the pre-
goards it out of him. It is death-
dealing paper , and if Moulton gives
it up for publication , he will be Mr.
Beecher's assassin. Moulton says
he has nothing further to say in the
matter , and that the committee and
him are done with each other.
Beecher's statement before the
committee to-night is anxiously
looked for in hope that it \ \ ill clear
the mystery in which the whole
matter is now involved. Xews-
papers comment somewhat crimi
nally on the sudden change in the
course of tactics in withholding evi
dence now after giving publicity to
previous testimony , and icfer to
hints at compomise in severe terms.
There appears to be a gem-mi be
lief that strenuous efforts are being
made to settle the matter quietly by
the movements of the parties inter
ested , and the private confab ? be
tween the counsel on both sides
seems to confirm the belief that those
in a position to know , and declines :
to be interrogated on this point.
Mrs. Tilton , when asked if she ever :
would return to Irev husband said :
"If-Theodore comes to me on his :
knees , and solemnly proves to me
that he will never .falsely accuse me
again , and hush this slander for the
sake of my children , I will return
to him. if not , I Will never want to ;
look at his face agajn. "
One of the committeem.en say }
Beechor will lay hjs statement be
fore the committee to-day and be
examined. On sermon writing and
the preparation of his lectures , it is
well known , Beecher has a decided ,
dislike to prolonged labor Aith his
pen , and he has shown the same :
characteristic in thp piysent caso.
Instead of preparing -written state
ment , article by article , ho has dic
tated , or lather declaimed , his de
fense to a stenographer , who wrote
notes and subniitted them to T\epph- \ }
er for GQrreoUoii. Three suph copies
have been made aiid destroyed , and
even as late as yesteiday it seemed
not unlikely .
wrjttpn manuscript , ' 'and
e jnstoad an impassioned pica ,
containing the substance of the ;
written defense , hut varying in
phraseology from the formal sla.tp : \
ment. A tinjLconfercniie was Held
last pvening t Beecher's house ,
continuing tiU'one o'clock ,
Beecher's statement will be
lengthy and exhaustive , touching
all the points of evidence heretofore
elicited to Insure this result. Xotes
from the stenographer have been >
given to Beecher this evening. A
large portion of the'statement will
be devoted to letters in Tilton's
charges , and a full explanation of
them will be given.
XEW YORK , August 12. .
At about one o'clock thi morn
ing , the steamer City of Boston , of a ]
the X ° r\vich line , on her way to
Xew York , ran down the schooner
Daniel Fray , Capt. Silas Robinson ,
of Caindon , X. Jf. , in comman-1.
'
She was bound for 'South Point. ;
The schooner sank almost immedi- =
ately\vith ajl on board. . The steamer . (
boats lowered and two
was stopped , , tl
of the ? ptjooner'B ' nrew plcaed up in tlP !
exhausted condition. P
an They were
brought to Xew York. Tne steamer
n :
sutained llttlp or no damage , and la
proceeded on her way , reaching laP
Kp\v York hout 7:30 : a. in. Captain P ,
si
Robinson cout } not be. found , and sig
doubtless wont down with the g ;
l t
schooner.
S , August 12. tln
It has been ascertained that the tlc
plan for Marshal Bazainc's escape c : <
from the Island of St. Marquette re
was arranged six weeks ago , and it rew
was entirely tip } work of Madame
Bazalne. The Marshal refused to ci
make the attempt' , but finally , OVT
sng to his failure to obtain eomo R
modification of his sentence , he
yielded. He sailed foom the Island
In the steam yacht Baron Ricasol ,
belonging to an Italian ,
company. The prisoner refused to
employ a French vessel ; he was ac-
companlpd by his wife and brother ;
his place of refuge is not known.
Some persons say he is in Spain.
Ihe domestics-at the fort where thp
Marshal wp3 imprisoned have been
arr6tetl. _ _ . _
XEW YORK , August 12. fl
A dispatch from Pittsburgh gays
the Collyer-Edwards prize fight
came off yesterday. E.dwards won
in sixty rounds. A later dispatch
says that Collyer fought until the
one hundred and eighteenth round
when he withdrew , claiming that
E,4wanls had something In his hand
antf the referee reserved his deci
sion.
.NEW YORK , August 12.
The Brooklyn Eagle says that Mr
Beecher 'IH make his "statement
this evening , and that it will make _
eight columns of that newspaper , 1
BALTIMORE. Aug. 12.
Charles Carroll , the re'eree in the
Collyer-Edwards prize fight arriyed
here this morning. It is stated that
his decision is that Edwards fairly
won the fight , and he will so decide
officially when Edwards and Cell
yer arrive here on Friday next.
Xn\v YORK , August 12.
Mr. Moulton said this morning
that his statement would not be pre
sented to the public today | , but re
fused to answer as to when it would
be given out. §
General Tracj' was met going to
Mr. Shearmen's housje. He said
that he had ne idea when Moulton's
statement would be given to the
press , but he thoughtlt Avould not
be until Beecher had testified , when
both would be given.
It is believed that Itfr. Beecher
will be before the Investigating
committee this afternoon , but on
ffiia matter now , as upon all others
cpnnected"w.ith the great scandal ,
the committee are silent.
SPRIXOFIELD , 111. , August 12.
The" old-line D'emocfacy of the
States are not pleased with the call
for a hybrid convention recently is
sued by the clique of compromisers
headed by McCormick , of Chicago ,
as chairman , and tailed by Ed.
Mcrritt , of Springfield , as secretary.
Mr. Joseph Ledlie , of this city , wag
chosen as the chairman of the
straight-out Democratic State Cen
tral Committee in 1872 , when the
regulars were fighting against a co
alition with disaffected members
and disappointed office-seekers of
the Republican party , for the pur
pose of defeating the regular Repub
lican ticket. It is claimed by the
regulars that the time-seivinpf bol
ters of the Democratic party went
out of the party when they'madean
agreement to vote for a Ijiopublican
for President , and by that act they
forever placed themselves without
the pale of the party , beyond recall.
Mr. Lediie , therefore , asserts his
right as chairman of the State Dein-
cratic Central Commutes , to call a
State Convention , to meet at Spring-
geld on the 2oth of August , the
bame day on which the hybrid con
vention \\111 meet , to take such ac
tion and make such nominations as
therepcesentativcsof the pure Dem-
crats of the State may in their wis
dom see lit.
Telegrams , received from numer
ous ojd-line Democrats , give in
their adhesion to the straight-out
Democratic movement , am } prom
ise hearty co-operation. Among the
many communications are tele
grams from General Singleton and
Colonel AY. A. Richardson , of r
Quiucy , who spoke inery uncom
plimentary tcims of the ( 'mulatto
jonvention , " as thejcajl the Iles-
ing-Whito affair of the 2Gth inst
The communications ali denounce
Ihe action of the pretending Demo
cratic State Central Committee in
Celling out to He ing , in abandon fl
ing the name of the party , and nni-
ting with the fag-ends of all parties
in the hope of picking up a few fall
ing crumbs. They all express a
lirm determination to fight the old
light for the principles which they
iold even though they be defeated.
From present indications it is safe
o predict that the straight-out par-
y will have a pretty lair repreaeiua-
ion at their convpption.
MuMi'ius , August 12.
Parties who arrived by the steani-
r St. Francis state that thp riegrops
iccupied Austin at 2 o'clopk yester-
ay afternoon ,
Captain Lee , of the steamer St.
Francis , which arrived from below
his morning , says that after the ne-
jroes , A\ho had Austin surrounded ,
\-ere repulsed yesterday , they disao-
icared. and the stoty was icon efr-
ulatiij $ that they were tnurder-
ng WontOn 0'wl , children who
mcl hfteii ? left unprotected on
he surrounding plantations which
ausecl ' the men who hdcj heeai Ue- J
endin'g tj-jg paae tq aj ri for thqjr
omea , tq protect thc'lr families , and
Viibtin was soon left Without any )
lefenders except one or"t\\-q \ wfrjt'e
nen. an < J tUfi flfcflroes eame in
ma teen possession , nnd proceeded
o break open the saloons and stores
md help themselves , but at last ac-
ounts they had committee } nq aets
f violence tQWard tl q fp'w whites
\howftre qnabjfe to' get away , but
is they were becomjns Urtink there
verc fears of their burning the vil-
ago. '
ago.The
The Appeal's special from Hele- J
la this morning after the occupation
if Austin by the negroes as already
eported , says : At Barret Landing
ol. Morgan held a coucil , and sta-
ed that it was too hazardous to
naku an assault upon the blacks ,
vho are entrenched at Austin , for
vant of proper authority , and suit-
ible numbers and ammunition , and
10 preferred landing at Moons , just
.hove Austin :
General Chalmers came on boarc }
md objected to landing at Moons ,
md insisted on landing at Shoo '
riy. Most of th.e officers agreed
rith him , but to this Colonel Moran -
an objected , as it was in the midst
if the enemy , and wonld be subject-
ng the command to an immediate
.ttack from all sides , while under
he circumstances they were unpre-
lared for it.
He then ordered back the com-
nissary supplies , which h.ad. bean
anded , and Captain Pinny's coni- 3
mny which had been thrown out us
kirmishers. Calling the officers to-
ether , he told them he lojtat \ } \
was hjs 3ntymder the oircum-
tance-e , not to take- the risk which
hey demanded , and that he would
lot like to j-isk it. Most of the ofl >
ers objected , and Colond " iforgan
esi ngcj , anfl Qeneral" Onalmere
vos elected command.er.
LATER. . The following is justre-
icived ;
HELENA , August 12.
) Tiioinas JTallen & Co. :
Send us reinforcements by the
learner Francis. Send guns with
ixecl ammunition , if possible. Send
ations for ten days for 500 men.
Signed ] J. R. CHALMERS.
From thi it would seem that Gen.
Chalmers had decided n.ot to attack
o-ilav ,
OTTAAVA , Canada , Aug. 12.
Intelligence received here to-day
rom Captain Cameron , the chief of
he boundary survey commission ,
rle was w ithin sight of the Rocky
nountaius , and passed through a
eotion of country where it was ap-
irehended thai some difficulty with
he Indians might be met , but did
without haying encountered
my of the tlud. The northwest
xlice force will follow the same
oute to some extent , and the indi-
iations are that they will be also un-
listurbed. Another surveying party
mve Jeft for Manitoba to engage in
he Canada Pacific railway survey.
Cney propose going via St. Paul ,
Minnesota ,
"WORCESTER , Aug. 12.
The stables belonging to the "Wor
cester horse car railroad couipany
took fire about a o'clock this morn
ing and was totally destroyed , with
2G horses.
YORK , August 12.
A South American letter says
J that the governments of Chili and
the Argentine republic , have resolv
ed to submit their boundary ques
tion to a tribunal of arbitration
The Argentine republie.itis said , wili
select the President of the Unitet
States as an arbitrator. Chili will
select the Emperor of Brazil , while
the King of Belgium will be asked
to serve as the third arbitrator , in
case the others do not agree.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Naw York Money Market.
XEW i'oRK , August 12.
Money Easy at 2@3 per cent.
Exchange Dull and steady at
489 } sixty days ; 491 sight.
Gold Firmer-opened 109 } , and
subsequently advanced to 109J , un
der covering of shorts , now selling
at 109J.
Governments Dull but steady ;
no new features and business very
small ; currency Cs , 117 } .
Stocks Quiet and irregular , and
a shade firmer and higher ,
"W U , 75 } Pacific Mail 4C | ; Xew
York Central lOOg ; Erie 32 } ; pre
ferred , 48 ; .North Western 38i " ; pre
ferred 55 | ; .Rock Island 99 ; St" . Paul
343 ; preferred 54 ; AVabash 35 } ; pre
ferred 05 ; Ohio & Mississippi 22J ;
Lake Shore , 72J ; UP , 29.
New York Produce Market
JN'EwYouic , August 12.
BreadstufTs Irregular.
FJoin Less active , unchanged.
Wheat Less active , lower ; .No
2 Chicago , 123a24 } ; Xo. 2 Mil
waukee spring , 1 30 ; No 2 Chicago ,
30a31 ; new red Illinois , 32.
Rye Quiet ; \yestern , 94.
E.arley XoininnL ,
Corn Steady ; Western mixed ,
89 Ja'SO. ; high mixed yellow western ,
80a81.
Oats Steady ; new Western
mixed. SoaCO ; old , nominal ; new
white OOaTO.
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. Louis , August 12.
Flour Dull.
Wheqt Firm ; Xo 1 red , 1 08 ®
1 10 ; Xo 2 red , 1 17.
Corn Dull and unsettled ; Xo. 2
mixed , C464J forSeptember.
Oats Easier and unsettled ; Xo 2.
47@47 } .
liye Dull and lower ; Xo. 2 7o on
track ,
Whjsky Firmer , 03.
Pork Quiet , 24 CO.
Lard Firm ; good , 10 } to svUer
for year.
Chiccgo Pruuuce Market.
CHICAGO , August 12.
Flour Dull ; new spring saleable
it 4 90@3 95J.
Wqeat Unsettled ; Augu-t 102V Q
2)102 ) } .
Corn Quiet ; August , G4 ; Sep
tember , G3 .
Oats Quiet ; ca h , 40 ; August , I
57 | ; September , 3GJ.
Barley Steady : cash. 1 Q2 - ; Sep I
tember , } 02 } . a
s 97.
Rye T2@a : i
Pork Firmer ; September , 23Jo ( , Ian
I3J ; year , 1GJ27.
Lard Very quiet ; September 14 ? .
Live Stock Market.
'CHICAGO , 'August 12.
Cattle Receipts , 3,000 ; market
ictive , firm and strong for better
jrades and sow for others ; fair to
jhQJop stepra 430 1Q ; extra steers
2o@0,70 ; Texqus 1 90@4 OQ.
Hogs Receipts , 8,000 ; fftirhnc -
ive and strong fqr best grade-j ;
therg shade easier ; comn.on to
medium , C S0a8 GO ; fair to choice.
185@7 15 ; extra 720a7 50.
Sheep Receipts 540 ; steady an.d ,
Irm at 275.
an
an
anG
St. Louis Live Stock. G
ST. Locis , August 12.
Cattle Receipts , 2,800. Market
lull ; Texans range at 3 00a4 12 } ;
'air butchers , 4 00a4 12 } ; natives , I
75.
Hogs Receipts , 2,200. Market
m changed.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
J. O. SLATTER up
, all
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
Groceries.
Jrick Store , 8. E. Ccr. 16ft & Chicago Ets. ,
WILL HEJ10VE SEPTEMBU Ut , to
'ACOBS' Now Brici Block , cor. , 15th and Cap-
tolATenue.
Special Bargains are now oflered in groceries
iefore renioval. auglOdtf.
Prlntin
Fhe Bee Job Printing House
EXECCTE3
BOOK AXD JOB PRIXTIXG
VERY BEST STYLES
AT THE
Lowest Cash Prices.
Competent workmen are in charge of the
everal departments , and FIKST-CLAS5 work
rill be turned out In either
English , Germair , Bohemian ,
* A C
or Danish Languages.
Clearing Sale !
Clearing Sale !
Clearing Sale !
Clearing Sale !
Clearing Sale !
Clearing Sale !
i STOOKI : , 1873.
E. A , BROWN , 248 Douglas Street ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS , CARPETS ,
AND OIL CLOTH
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened tojjbe
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of '
iiro , EMPEESS CLOTHS , RSPELLAN = T : ' § ,
ALPACAS & MOKAIKS , also YEEYET & BEATER CLOAKINGS.
FULL STOCK OF SfclAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO 1/NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS ,
TABLE 1IXEX IN GREAT YAIUETY. A FULL LltfE OF
ENGLISH AM AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL GLOTES , HATTINB RU8S : AND MATS ,
"umiture , bedding , Mirrors ,
J pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP- *
Y trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
s a .complete asscJtment oi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
bx 5 goods , which he is offering at such REDUCED
JxlUES as to make it to the interest of everv one desiring
inything in this -line , to examine his stock before purchas-
, LOUNGES &c. ; UPHOLSTERED ANP
COVERED TO ORDER.
CI AS. SHIVEHICS ,
HAVING BOUGHT THE
BANKRUPT STOCK
01 the Popular
Dry Goods Store ,
333 Farnliam Street
,
Lfrebj- wish to inform the public of Omaha
id ucmity that I shall coat nue the business
id oiler it all times
J-REAT INDUCEMENTS
In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
) RY GOODS !
I have adopted the
itrictly Cash and One Price
rinciple , which I hope will ceet with the
proval of the public as ray prices shall be
ways
THE VERY LOWEST.
liberal patronage solicited. Respectfully ,
JOHN H , F , LEHMANN ,
228 Farnhnm Street.
Omaha , Kcb. , July 21st , 1374.
23 Jm
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ! !
-AT-
CRUICKSHANK'S '
* -
* FOE. THIRTY DAYS I
BEINO oca
Annual Clearing Sale
OK-
IForoign and Domestic
, * >
DRY GOODS
PREPARATORY TO STOCE TAKINO.
A. CRUICKSHANK ,
oiar5 Cor. 14th kiitl Farnliam Sts.
WH LESALE CANDIES
I am ow inanulacturing all varieties of candles
and will sell a
.A.
Dealers In this State uped not want to go East for CANDIES.
A trial Is solicited.
HENRY
> at.
mchlltf
B. & J WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourteenth Street , - Omah.a. ,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
ar3 Imy '
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. IStfc , and Sarnoy Streets , . v
Spring and Summer Styles ; i
A. POLACK ,
GLOTHIER ,
233 Farnnana St. Hoar 14th. .
fine and Medium Clothing ,
Furnishing Goods.
TK-A-liT
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