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SEPTEMBER 23 1874. NO82.
VOL. rv. OMAHA WEDNESDAY MORNING , - .
'HR ' DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD EOsEWATtU , Editor and Prop'r
OJHce Xo. ia i'arulium street , betw.
Nlntli nn < l Tenth.
TEUMS OF SUUSCIUPTIOIT :
Oce ropy , one year. In adTjnre J7.00
" nix month , in advance < >
. . . . .
" three nienths in advance. Z.WJ
JSarif not paid in advance , $8 per annum will
LBADIN6 HATTER !
Best Goods ,
Oppoiltothe \ fY\TA H A
GrandOppoiltothe fJi > ll\.JIl .
Grand l > ntr 4 IJotel. f JCX.
, OMAHA EDSIKESS DffiKGTOBY.
OBA3KKB MANUFAO I'OEY.
Smith. 185 Uarnev street , bet.
McCliirei 12th. declStf
QI.aS3 AND PICTURE FRAMES
T flelnhart. 1P6 Poul .i street , deatei In
tl .window glua and picture Irauies , Uuiing
done to order. 2u
BOOTS AED SHOES.
' Tng. 155 Farnbam t , between 10th
P'alllr 115h feMSrl
. Latoy , corner 12th and Douglas itreevs ,
HL. nuUcturcr and wholesale de ler In
rand * , a and confectionery. Country trade ao-
i 'Elliot , coal , lime , cemen Ihalr etc. ,
Fland Farnhara st. feblSmS
' Kgutter , No. 200 Farnham at. JelTtl
llth St. , hrt
w laiiD-lr * oprnod at all
4n Farnliaii."id DoiKlsa. ThewMlilnz and
licg will I * done W rder. flrit clui work
nrcmtum Soi-p Worts. Towel' ' 4 Co , till ]
L rosnu act-ire tbelr Premlura Soap. Flv <
first premium /awarded by the mugla countj
and State fairs , and rottawattamle county , la
Orders soil-mid from the trade
E. F. SMYTHE. O. C. GRAVES
SMYTHE & GRAVES ,
Attorneys -at-Xiaw ,
Room 5 Creighton Block.
E. ESTABIU ) > K. w. M. FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
OFFICE CrcUthton Block , Omaha , Neh.
DhXTER L THOMAS ,
Attorney nnil Counselor at Law ,
OrllOE BccaiMo" Tlsacter'i Block ,
OMAHA. - - - NEB
u < . KK1.1.KV ,
Attorney § Counselor at Law
FCLITTED AND PROMPT
ly attended tc. No charge n less cllec
nsarpmadc. lieu > e > tolet and rents col
rctrd. Itcalrnato i-sli' nil > l 1. aplTt
JOHtf W , LYTLE ,
nnd Solicitor Ii
OPFIOt-Orer First Hatlond Bank ,
W , J. CONNEIX
District Attorney Tor Second Jud
OFHCS South side of Farnham , betwee
15th en < 16th sta. , opposite Court House.
PAliKE GODWIN ,
Attorney at Law
' ) ( Hsllman Bkek.1
- 4in THIBTEESTH BTBEET. OKAHA
2S 1m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
G. W. AMBKOSE ,
BEDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
trfltr _ _
T. W. T. jucnurtis ,
Attorney at Law
Office 490 18th St. , Let. Farnliw
and Hurnpy Omaha , Neb *
r o. Bo " " "
O. BALLOTT ,
ATTORNEY at LA
' block , southeast
OBcc n Crelgnton' * new
rood , Door.
BAL.DAVIX Jb O'BRIEJi ,
ATTORNEYS * LA tf
Ofte * Caldwcll Block , Doujlaa Ftreet ,
OilAHA , - - - - NEBBABKJ
J. S. SimOPSHIRE ,
Attorney- - Law
Boom No. 1 , S. E. Coiner 15th and Douglas St
OMAHA. - -
RAVAGE & MANDERSOIi
Attorneys at Law ,
212 FABNHAM 8TREAT.
OFFICE CUCIGITTOS'e BLOCK ,
OSI.VI1A , M : It D ABU A.
f. a. CPA.O. -4
SPAl'N & PRITCHETT ,
Attorneys md Counselors at Lar
OS * * . . SOfi TwclM t rttl.
* * * B Omahi
N. J. BUBNHAM
ATTORXEI AND COUNSELLOR A
S. E , Cor 15th ind Donsla * Street i
AFTER the deluge the -water
THE Democratic candidate for
Confess is the tamest Savage west
of the Missouri river.
DOCTOR JOHNSON L very hopeful.
He thinks the Independents can.
rely upon , three thousand votes in
this county If they can manage to
pacify the soreheads.
BRIOHAM is dangerously ill , and
the editor of Brigham's Omaha or
gan momentarily expects a call to
the bedside of his polygamous pa
LITTLE MAC , of thp Plattsmouth
Watchman , who some years ago
pawned his coat-tail to the indig
nant discoverer of Livingstone , will
doubtless rejoice to learn that the
Baroness Burdett-Coutts gave Mr.
Stanley a dog valued at $2,500 ,
which he has taken with him to
Africa- That valuable canine will
enable Stanley to remove the coattails -
tails of any fractious reporters with
out stepping .on them , with his
clumpy number sevens.
An indiscriminate slaughter m
clothing and gents * ' furnibliing
goods regardless of prices at 20G
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chovoit shirts ot our , wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
Uallroad Ti < cl *
bought and sold by T. Gotthcimer ,
Broker , at 290 Faruhaiu street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
AND PHARMACIST ,
P ttef 's Zloek , Bet. California & Welstsr Sts.
OMAHA , NEB.
Thysiclaui Prescriptions carefully
Je263ui * comnouudml.
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bel. 13th i 14th SisOMAHflL. .
MeM t > m""ri > i"lVnllvts in the city
DR. A , S , BILLINGS ,
Pf . 1 th and 141h , up stain.
Teeth extracted without piin. by use of Ni
trous OiiJo "itn.
t -Offi < v > opcc rtr" - Stl
I. VAN CAMP M.D.
Dispense * hia own medcinos , and besldet
regular prai lice , maki > s s ! > eriaUlrs ! o [ Derange
ment * and Pbcastn Peeullnr t Women , FlatU'
la. Piles and other Diea o * ol the Brctuui.
Qrncxi Corner Farnhira am ! 14th twtj
first door to the rieht. nrt l" . Ki-ildenc
210 Douglas street , hetwern 12 and Mth , nex1
to Lutheran Church Omaha , Keh
POT 3 1 * .
Bins. J. K. VAN DKRCOOK
Bealdence and offic * 2V ) Dolge st bet 14th .nni
Special attention paid to obstetrics and dli
oises peculiar to women and children , tttf.
B. A. HARRIS ,
537 Fifteenth Breet , Bet. Dcraglis and DoJge
BEEF , FOBK ,
Mutton and Veal
Fish , Poultry , Gamer ,
\r AFD VE3ETAHT.TB.
Fruit an-i Confection arj
Cor. 13tli and avcnTVorlh SIP. ,
J j4 3m AT THE BR1DOE
HEKRY. the popular Saloon keper , has re
fitted up the basement ol od ! Hrrald building
cor. 13th and Douglas Sts. , where , in cnnnec
lion with hi bar he fct nutal.uncli ever' '
raoYnln trt URAKD LUKCU EVERY SAT
UttDAY. Giys Mm a call. al d
171 Cor. Fnrnhnm nnd Eleventh S i
All kinds of TAILORING , 'leaning nd re
nairlne done at reawnabls rates. A fine lot o
VUIlMSIIIKUOOODa comlantly on ban.
and old cheap. decCfitl.
. 3D. O" O 3M' 33 fi
FACTURIW OF AND DKALKB IJf-
Lambrr quins pn TY-ndovr Shadeg
(1IIBOMOS , ENGRATINHS AS !
S70 Farnbam itnwt.cojner Flt > nth
MAXUFACTUBiy A3P p ALER IN
BOOTS & SHOES
10 18th St. Between Farcham and Dougla
JOiDJ U. ( HIEEN ,
BAI > , FLOUli AND FEED ,
VAN BONN'S MACilllS !
All kinds ol light and
MADE &REPAIH EI >
All Wo'k < ? z irairfee'r.-TBX
K > 8 HAEHEY STREET. - OHAHJ
BEES ! BEES ! ! BEES ! ! !
m HE Undersigned has stitr swarms of ps
1 Ureand Italian to s for sale. In hl > cs <
the American and Buckeye patents , btron
iwarau t six to right dollars eai h , with act ji
* t ol hire added. Ught swam ? , from lour t
alx dollars each. I have wore * es than tu
location will tnpport , and must sc'l.
fort CJhoun , Ke1
Spirited Rivalry between the
Companies Tickets to
BOSTON. Sept. 22.
At Bacon Park the 2:26 race to
day for $5,000 divided among four ,
Gambrino won in three straight
heats ; Phil Sheridan , second ;
Abdullah , third ; Commonwealth ,
fourth. Time : 2:26J : , 2:2o : } , 2:25J. :
SAN FANKCISCO , Sept. 22.
Joe Daniels won the one thous
and dollar running > ace at Sacra
mento yesterday against Nell
Flaherty. Time : 1:45 : , 1:41 , 1:47 j ,
1:47 } . It is thought the great five
thousand dollar trotting race be
tween Occident and Sam Purdy
will be declared off.
CAIRO , Sept. 22.
The case of the people vs. the
Illinois Central Railroad , pending
in the Alexander court was con
tinued to-day by defendant on affi
davits. Governor Palmer was
present , appearing for the people ,
and asked for a rule upon the rail
road to exhibit to the prosecution
all evidence referred to in affidavits
by the next jury , which was not al-
loweu by the court.
MILWAUKEE , Sept. 22.
In the supreme court to-day a
motion wasargued for an injunction
compelling the Prairie du Ciiien
branch of the Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad , and to obey the Pot
ter law , though it was believed at
first to be exempted from its pro
visions. The court reversed its de
cision on the 29th.
ORLEANS , &epr. 22.
Judge A. A. Atocha of the supe
rior criminal court , yesterdaj' ten
dered his resignation to Gov. Kel
logg. No reason was assigned. Any
action taken by the State authorities
against the leaders of the recent
revolution will bo brought before
The United States tug Rose ar
rived at pass L'Ooutrs to-day , from
Pensacola with ordnance stores.
MONTGOMERY , Ala. , Sept. 22.
W. B. Jones , United States Com
missioner at Demapalis and Repub
lican candidate for frobate Judge ,
writes that no man has been killed
nor a single outrage committed in
this county on aceornt of political
feeling , and free speech and Repub
lican opinions can be indulged auy-
where. The be > t feeling prevails
between colored Republicans and
UTIOA , Sept 22.
The Republican State Convention
meets in this city to-morrow.
Many delegates have already ar
rived. The city is crowded with
stranger ? , and the hotels arc already
full. It is confidentially predicted
that Governor Dix will be renomi-
natcd byacclamation , no opposition
to it has yet been developed. There
is considerable opposition to the re-
nomination of Lieutenant Governor
Robinson , but his friends will make
a strong fight. There are quite a
number of candidates for Robinson's
place on the ticket. It is thought
the State ticket will be changed but
little , the majority will be reuomi-
WASHINGTON , Sept. 22.
Secretary Bribtow has gone to
Kentucky for several days' stay.and
Secretary Robcson has gone toLoiifi
The President to-day promulgated
the following :
Executive Order No. 4 Itappears
to me from their trial at Washington -
ton that further extension of the
civil service rules will promote tLe
efficiency of the public' servlcp. It
is ordered that such rules be and are
hereoy extended to the several fed
eral oflipia of the city in the custom
districts of Boston , and that propei
measures bo taken for carrying this
order into effect.
NEW Yoniv , Sept. 22.
A World special from Topeka , ,
Kan. , of the 18th , says : Tuesday
last , Captain Collins with thirty
men were attacked by a band ol
forty Indians well armed near the
junction of Cavalrj' and Blufl
Creeks The company routed
and defeated them tilling two
, two Kiowas , and some
gsages . The latter had a white
womana scalp hanging to Wa fcelt.
Colh'ns had two wounded , tieutonl
ant King sent from Ft Dodge a few
days ago , was sent back for rein
forcements as the Indiana ere too
strong for him. All available
troops at the Fort , hurried to his
assistance. About two hundred In
dians raiding on the south western
border of Kansas. A company ol
surveyors from Leavenworth are
supposed to have bien murdered
by the Indians as they have not
been heard" from. A letter fron.
them dated North Fork Gimarron
river , September 1st , represents
gopd health and spirits and hard
work with chain ant compass ; suf
fered considerably for lacji of water
on one occasion ; were oufsurveying
in the sand hills , water gave
out , weather in tensely hot , and all
attempts to procure any failed.
They were two days without water.
Two men simt In search of them
was overcome' by the oppressive
heat , and when found could scarcely -
ly brea'tb , nut soon recovered. Those
in the hills killed I of their oxencut
holes in its neck and sucked the
blood. They were finally found one
uiijht , all naked and bespattered
with blood. They slowly recovered
under extraordiuarj * treatment
The competition of the trans-At-
Jantic steamship companies for east
ward bound steerage passengers is
increasing. The Cunard and State
lines are selling tickets to Liverpool
for $15 currency ; others ask from
$22 to $27.
The members In conference met
again to-day and endeavored to set
tle the question at issue between the
National and Gunard lines , relative
to emigrant rates from " Liverpool to
Boston and freights "to .New lork ,
and thus form another combination
to keep steerage rates up to twenty-
five dollars. It is not probable thai
rates will be much higher this week
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for the Omaha Daily Bee ,
bT the Ati.ntlc and Pacific TeleCraPh Co.
SALEjr , Sept 22.
The first important caucus of the
Republicans was held here last
night The delegates to the State
Convention are unanimously in
structed to vote for George B. Lor-
ing for Governor.
NEW YORK , Sept. 22.
The new morning paper , rlhe Re
public , will be issued October 5.
Henry W. Dodge , one of the mem
bers of the Arctic exploring expedi
tion , died very suddenly in a Fulton
street dining saloon last night
ATLANTA , Ga. , Sept. 22.
The regular annual session of the
Grand Lodge of the United States
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
commenced yesterday morning m
the hall of the representatives. The
session will continue throughout
BOSTON , Sept 22.
Official returns from all the towns
in Maine except forty-four small
townsgive DIngley 51,300 ; Titcomb
40,187. Dinglcy's majority 10,119.
If the towns not heard from give
the same majority as last year , they
will increase Dingley's majority to
13.000 and upwards.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 22.
The Commissioner of General
Officesdecidcd on September 18th ,
that ranches Las Paietos , and Maji-
layegua , in Santa Bar ! ara County ,
California , is confirmed to Jose
Duminguez , by the act of July 12th ,
1806. It shall be limited to eleven
square leagues , to be selected in a
compact from north of the Santa.
Barbara range of mountains.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 22.
The lowest bidder for the con
tract to supply the Post Office De
partment with stamped envelopes
and newspaper wrappers , is a Clerk
in a Paper Manufactory at Holyoke -
eke , Mass. , and the next lowest a
Stationary firm in Springfield , Mass.
To ascertain the responsibility of
the e gentlemen , and their ability
to fulfill the con tract , the Postmaster
General has sent twoollicers of the
Department to Massachusetts , who
will return in a few days and make
PHILADELPHIA , Sept 22.
The will of Mrs. Mary J. Brown
was admitted to probate to-day.
She distributes $139,000 among
catholic institutions in tin ? city ;
$20,000 is divided between the male
and female departments of the
Pennsylvania hospifal ; $10,000 to
the Pennsylvania hospital iu this
city , and like amount0 to the Gor
man , Episcopal and Catholi.hospi
tal" , and $15,000 to the soldier's and
WASHINGTON . .Sent. 22.
The award to British claimants
made by the commis-ior appointed
under the 12th article cv' the treaty
of Washington , and oatcd Septem
ber 25th , 1873 , was , by the terms of
the treaty , to be paid within n year
of the date of award. At 12 o'clock
to-day Mr. Watson , the British
Charge d' Affairs , and Mr. Howard ,
agent appointed.by tho-British gov
ernment , called at the Stale Depart
ment oy appointment , and wore
paid the sum of $19,029,819 In gold ,
less the amount of two and a half
per cent for expenses.
ORLEANS , Sept 22.
Judas Artocha Judge of the Su
preme Court has resigned. It is sup
posed on account ot Kellogg's order
to the police board about Baylau ,
and G. M. Phillips publishing a
card in the Bulletin charging Judge
Dibble of Kellogg's staff , the repub
lican candidate for Congress , with
shooting J. M- West , the newspa
per correspondent , from a window
in the Custom Hou = e. Other wit
nesses testify that West was killed
by a policeman in a hand to hand
tight during the late difficulties.
MANCHESTER , N. H. , Sept. 22.
Hugh Donohue , the pedestrian
who walked a thousand miles in a
thousand hours on Hampden Park ,
at Springfield , Mass. , in June , and
who conimenced here on August
29tb to walk eleven hundred miles
in eleven hundred hours , had at
two this morning accomplished one
half of his task. He shows signs of
fatigue , and his appetite is poorer
than at Springfield. He has lost
eleven pounds of flesh since ho
started , but his limbs are not In the
least affected. He will probably be
NEW YORK , Sept 22.
Advices from Panama to Septem
ber 13th , are at hand. Columbia
news from nil quarters of the repub
lic are of general tranquility , the
principal moVCHienta being on the
subject of railroads and public in-
' JL person supppseu to bQ Kins
Orclie , has been captured among
the Indians at Falazones , and is
now in custody at Buenos Ayres.
Tle prisoner denies ' he Is the pre
tender , and says' that Jils name } s
Juan Duplot ,
It Is reported that 100,000 cattle
have perished from the effects of the
drouth In the two districts alone of
San Pedro and Baradero.
NEW YORK. Sept 22.
President Sidney Dillon and Jay
Gould of the Union-Tacific railroad ,
started on a tnur of inspection over
the Union Pacific and connecting
roads , on Saturday evening. They
wjll probably go as far as San Fran
cisco , wherp they wil } remain sev
eral days. One of the objects of
their Journey Is to facilitate passen
ger traffic over the Union Pacific ,
by increasing the speed of passenger
trains , which now run at an average
rate Qf fifteen inijes an hour.
It Is proposed to run a through par
from Chlcairo , abollsllrig the trans
fer as at present conducted. The
speed will be increased so that a day
will be saved between Chicago and
Ogden , Utah. Some time ago ,
while "Vice President IJuntjngton ,
ot the Central Pacific Railroad , was
on a trip to California he signed a
contract for tunneling the Sierra
Nevada Mountains at a point near
Truckee , California. The tunnel
will be several miles long , and will
cost two million 3ollars , and will
avoid the necessity which exists at
present of making a steep asoent of
more than 1,000 feet at a very diffi
cult part of the road. When this Is
completed the snow sheds will be no
longer necessary. Several thousand
tons of steel rails have been sent to
the line of the road and will replace
the iron rails as fastsas the latter are
F LL RIVER , Mass. , Sept. 22.
"Workmen have been busy in re
moving the ruins. One more body
was found , and aL-o portions of the
limbs of another.
The coroner's jury met again yes
terday , and the examination of wit
nesses is still progressing. The tes
timony thus far given being chiefly
from the hands in the mill , goes * to
show that the statement given by
the superintendent of the mill to a
reporter last Saturday is not strictly
true. Undoubtedly facts will be ad
duced during the inquest that will
show where the responsibility rests.
NEW ORLEANS , Sept. 22.
Assistant Secretary of the Inte
rior Cowan arrived yesterday with
Admiral Rogers of the U S navy ,
with a special mission from Wash
ington. They had a three hour's
interview with Gov. Kellogg to-day
the result of which has not trans
Twenty-eight companies of U S
troops are here , portions of five reg
iments , and are stationed at differ
ent points in the city ready for im
Governor Kellogg has refused to
accept Bad.jer'.d resignation. Bad
ger resumes command of the police.
Governor Kellogg has ordered that
men on duty in police force during
the in terim regime , be paid from
the police fund.
Registration was resumed to-day.
There were no disturbances.
NKW ORLEANS , Sept. 22.
General Pennybacker , of the IGth
Infantry , has been appointed post
Stanley's regiment , the 22d , ar
rived last night.
There is no political excitement
over Kellogg's re-occupation , and
his officers are in full possession.
The metropolitan police are on
duty , and no opposition to them is
manifested. There was a few af
frays yesterday , the result of whisky -
ky and notpolitics. The conference
of political leaders is still pending ;
no results have been reached so far
as known. Mayor Wells , the only
local representative of the Durell-
Norton bankruptcy ring , died Satur
day of wounds received while fight
ing in the ranks of the White
Leaguers. The troops have been
ordered to leave the city to-day for
the country parishi-s , to prevent fur
ther disorders. Kellogg has tele
graphed north for his missing State
officers to return.
SALT LAKE , Sept. 22.
The Tribune of this city publishes
a letter from San Juan , Colorado ,
giving particulars of a shocking
murder of five miners by a comrade
named Al. Packer , who robbed his
Ticlims , some months ago. Packer
Teaching Hinsdale reported that , he
was the survivor of the party , which
liad killed and eaten their compan
ions , having no other food , and he
eating thelast man. The facts now
show , the bodies being discovered
near Hiusdalp , that they were un
doubtedly murdered by Packer , for
whose apprehension the sheriff of
fers a reward. The names of the
dead are Israel Swan , George Shan
non , Wilson Bell , James Humprey ,
and Frank Miller. The bodies are
shockingly mutilated , and are sup
posed to have been slain while
asleep. There is m > evidence of
death by starvation as stated by
IN EW YORK , Sept. 22.
The Times has the following spe
cial from New Orleans : "In an
interview with D. P. Penn , who led
the conference on the part of the
southern element , he stated that the
unsatisfactory nature of the confer
ence will probably call in further
complications , and it was not im
probable that there would be blood-
fched in the parishes. Other Demo
cratic leaders express the same , and
state that In their opinion the con
ference wasbroken up at the instance
of Mr. Cowan. To-night the Den >
ocratic Central Committee and
White Leaguers held a meeting at
their club room. A report of the
failure of the conference was made
and it was resolved to hold further
meetings to-morrow evening. The
news from the parishes Is reassuring ,
but there have been no serious dis
turbances and no immediate trouble
is anticipated. Seven additional
companies of United States troops
arrived here to-day. One company
of the Third Infantry goes to Mon
roe to-morrow. Rioting has been
is ; EW . "YORK , Sept. 22.
The great trot proposed by the
Fleetwood Park Association , who
offered a purse of ten thousand dollars
lars , open to ail , Goldsmith Maid
barred , brought out the four next
best horses known to the turf ,
Judge Fuljerton , American Girl ,
Gloster and Camors. lucre was a
large number of spectators. Before
starting the betting was very lively ,
the Girl selling for 180 , Gloster and
Fullerton for 140 , and Came s for
65. A good send-off was obtained ,
but Pullerton and Gloster broke at
the start and the Girl took the lead ,
which she held to the half mile
where , being crowded by Gloster ,
she broke badly , giving him the
lead. Gloster won the heat easily
fey four lengths. Time , quarter
23 } , half , 1:07 : , mile , 2:20 : .
In tup second heat Gloster was
the , faoritve. A good siait was ob
tained , Glbster' leading. Jit the
turn Gloster and Camors both broke
badly , allowing Fullerton and the
Girl to pass them. The latter two
trotted neck and neok to the three-
quarter pole , when the Uirl took
the lead and won by two lengths.
Time , quarter , 35 , half , 1:07 , mile ,
In the third heat Gloster sold at
180 , Girl at 100 , and the field at 62.
A goo ) start was obtained. Going
around the turn Gloster broke while
leading and fell back to the last
place and Camors passed him. At
the back stretch Camors broke
down and Gloster closed up on Ful
lerton and toe GirJ. A splendid
struggle followed , Cjloster drawing
ahead finally and winning by a
length , with the Girl second and
Fullertou third. Time , quarter ,
34J , half , 1:07 } , mile , 2:21.
In the fourth heat Gloster sold
100 to BO. 4 good sta.rt was given ,
Gloster lepdinjc. He was a length
ahead at the turn and the Girl next ;
on the back stretch she came up ,
and a splendid contest took place
along the back and lower turn , both
h.orse-8 Ijejng even. Gloster finally
came in a short length ahead.
Time , quarter , 35 , half , 1:08 , mile ,
A second race for a purse of one
thousand dollars was won by
Daniel. Time , quarter , 37 , half ,
114 ; , mile , 2-29r235 ; } , and 2:33 : } .
PHILADELPHIA , Sept. 22
Big Frauk the notorious Wil
mington bank robber , escaped
from New Castle jail at 10 o'clock
this morning by means of false
koys. The warden fieard h.m and
fired twice at him without effect
This is the second escape he has
made from the tame place.
WASHINGTON , Sept 22.
Notwithstand notice of the stop
page of redemption by the National
Bank redemption agency , a consid
erable number of remittances of
bank notes for redemption have
been received at the agency to-day
from New "lork and Philadelphia ,
forwarded after publication of the
notice. - Under the terms of the no
tice these will bo held until redemp
tion is resumed , and the same course
will be pursued with all other remit
tances forwarded after the 19th inst ,
the date of the notice.
The following are the total
amounts of bank notes received for
redemption to date : July , $10,572 -
700 ; August , $9,992,876 ; September ,
$6,742,199. Total , $27,240,765.
TADNTON , MASS. , Sept 22.
George Gelinas & Company's
sash dnd blind factory was burned
to-day. The loss on the buildings
and machinery was fifteen thousand
dollars ; partly insured. S. Wood
& Sons' hardware store was also
burned. Loss , ix thousand , five
hundred dollars ; insured.
CORK , Sept 22.
The government has ordered en
gineering operations for the remo
val of Dannt'sRock.
PARIS , Sept 22.
The French consu' and vice-con
sul at New York have been appoint
ed commissioners of France to the
centennial exhibition at Philadel
LONDON , Sept 22.
The steamship Togus which sail
ed from New York for Constantinq-
gle , and was reported as having
been seen in a damaged cond tion ,
has arrived at Queenstown. Her
decks were swept , and she is other
ST. PETERSBURG , Sept. 22.
The government has addressed a
note to the German government
hoping that the difference existing
between them on the bpaaish ques
tion , will not impair their friend
ship for each other. A cordial re
ply has been received fro n Ger
many , assuring the government
that its friendship remains un
LONDON , Sept 23.
The mill operatives at Bolton
have resumed work. Arbitration
looking to a compromise is now in
Wendell Phillips has been in
vited to attend and speak at the an
nual co-operative labor congress in
A dispatch from St. Petersburg
states that the Russian government
has decided to exempt Mcnnomtes
from actual military duty , in order
to stop the extensive emigration of
members of that body.
A telegram from Copenhagen con
tradicts the statement regarding the
expulsion of Danes from Schledwig-
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
NEW i'oRif , September 22.
Money Still abundant , at ! i@3
Foreign Exchange Dull and
nominally at 4 89- for 60 day , and
487 for sight , with sales at 4 SUa
483and480ia48G } .
Gold More active and firm ;
pened at 109J with an advance to
1 09 | , but now selling at 1 09 } again.
Governments Dull and firm ;
currency 6's 117.
Stocks Active and higer with
principal dealings in Lrke Shore ,
Union Pacific , C C & IC , New York
Central , St. Paul , Northwestern ,
Harlem and Ohio's ; prices advanced
JaJ per cent , highest prices now
being made , Erie 1 36J ; PM 1 47 ;
U P1 36j ; W U , 78j.
New York Kroauce Market.
JN'EwYoRK , Sept. 22.
Flour Firm ; superfine State and
western , 4 75@5 00 ; extra , 5 10@
Wheat Heavy ; No 1 spring 1 24
© 1 25 ; No 2 Milwaukee spring 114 }
Corn Strong ; western mixed ,
afloat , 98.
Oats Steady ; westeri , mixed
64 ( 006.
Rye State and Pennsylvania ,
Pork Steady , 23 GO.
Lard Shade easier.
Leather Siominolly unchanged.
Wool jNominally unchanged.
CHICAGO , Sept 22.
Flour Quiet and steady ; good ,
chojco spring extras 4 95 ( 5 25 ; su-
pefs scarce'at 3 5Q@4 00.
Wheat Quiet ; September , 981 ;
October , 94J.
Corn Weak ; cash , 83 } ; Septem
ber , 83 ; October , 80 .
Oats Quiet ; cash , 53 } ; Septem
ber , 51 } ; October , 50 } ; seller year ,
48 } .
Barley Steady ; cash , 1 07@1 OS ;
October 1 02.
Kye 9i92 on the spot.
Highwines 1 03 ,
Bork Firm ; cash , 23 00 ; seller
year 18 12 } .
Lard Dull ; cash , 14 } ; October ,
14 75 ; seller year 1165@1J 70.
St. Louis Produce market.
ST. Louis , Sept. 22.
Flour Lower grades unchanged.
Wlieat Dull , drooping. No 3 red
fall ! 05H106 } ; 'NO 2 red winter ,
Cam F'gher ' | dull. o 2 SO cts
Oats A shade higher ; iSo 2 , 54
in elevator ; 53 } September ; 53@53 }
Barley Steady ; No 2 spring 1 07
1 07 } ,
Rj'P Lower , 0095.
Whisky Firm , at 1 02.
Pork 21 00.
Lard Lower , 14.
Chicago Ljve Stock Market.
CniOAap , September 22.
Cattle Receipts , 5,400. Market
very much depressed , dull , tending
strongly downward ; sales Texans
at 3 004 50 , fair to good steers ,
4 40@5 30 ; common to chojoe ship
pers , 4 Q06 00.
Hogs Receipts , 11,000. Market
fairly active and prices steady ; in
ferior to common 2 50@6 25 ; medi-
to extra , 6 75@7 40 ; bulK of sales at
6 607 10.
Sheep Receipts , 70t ) . Market
steady and firm ; fair demand ; poor
to choice , 24 } .
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , Bept 22.
Hogs Receipts , 1,540 ; medium ,
porkers , 5 00@5 60 ; bacon 6 00@6 75i
butchers' 7 00@7 50.
Cattle Receipts 2,000 ; steady and
AND DEALEE3 IS
G-ZEJIsTTS' TJIRETZSIHIIIsra(3OCODS ,
and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COR. 1STH ST
We Call the Attention of the Public to our Extensiv9 .
And Well Selected Stock for the
FALL AND WINTER SEASON
Comprising The Latest Styles in
Clothing Furnishing Goods.
BATS AKD CAPS , TKUtfKS AISTD YALTSES , ETC.
Our Prices ar © Very "Iiow" to suit tlis Times. Call soon at
M. HELLMAN fc CO.
, ! l873.
, BROWN , 24 ! treet
AND OIL CL0TB ,
.An Immense S.tock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened to be
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
IBRIN05 , IMPRESS GLOTHi , RSPELLANT5 §
ALPACAS &MOHAmS , also YELYET& BEATER CLOAKXNGS.
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO "UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE MNEX IX GREAT TAPJETT. A PULL LIXE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OIL CLOTHS , MATTINS RUGS , AND MATS ,
and " "everything pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTER Y trade ; has largely increased his stock and now
has a complete asscitment p ± FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
§ J3 ED goods , which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this line , to examine his stock before mtrchas-
PARLO&SLTS , LOUNGES & * . , UPHOLSTERED ANP
COVERED TO ORDER.
2O3 E rj
L. WOOD WORTH ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Wood Stock ,
WAG OX IIAKDWARE ,
Patent Wheels , Finished Gearing , tut.
Axles , Springs aud Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks ana Buggies
Stu < Iebacker"VVagQn 1 Dcppf.
G , STRIFFLER
Au s ,
S. E. Cira. OP TENTH and
I am manufacturing all varieties of candies
IEJL S T IE IR , IsT IF IR , 1C IS
Dealers In this State need not want to jo East for CASDIIS.
A trial Is solicited.
X)01252.0.01 St. Oor12tla. . 1
. & J. WILBUR ,
Book and Btationerj ?
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourtoaatfc Strasi : , . Omalaa. ,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
r , 13th , and Sarnsy Streets ,
Fall And Winter Styles
A. POLACK ,
233 Farnlaam St. 2T0ar
Fine and Medium Clothing ,
and Furnishing Goods.