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VOL. IV. OMAHA THURSDAYSMOBNING SEPTEMBER 24 , 1874. NO83. .
CUR DAILY BEE.
EDWAKD liOSEWATKR , Editor and Prop'r
Office > J3t niliMin iitet , bctw.
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Best Goods ,
ZiOWESTFRICBS
FarnhamSt-
Grand ( Vntr OMAHA.
OMAHA BDSIMESS DTOKGTORY.
' OBAOKLB MANUTAOiOBT.
Pralth , 183 Ilarner street , bet.
McClureA ' ' ' ' > ' . doclbtf
BOOTS AED SHOES.
Lang. 155 Farnham it , between Hth
Philip 115U feblSTl
COHPFCTIOHEBY.
. Later , corner 12th and Dnugla * streets ,
HL. nuNcturer and wholesale de 'er ' In
cand land conleUlonery. Country trude so-
llcetod. Pl"
COAfDEALERS. .
: nd * nil..tcoal , lime , ccmen thalr etc. .
Po 1J4 Farnhara t. feblSmS
PAWN BBOKER.
Elgutter , Ko. SOO Farnham st. 1el7tt
LiUKDET ,
A n > w laonlrr opened at all 1Kb t. , N't
A.Fa.n1.sn.i-nd Dou.'I s. The washing and
Irodcg will lK doneto rdt-r.nrst claas work
8iJAOTOBT. .
So P WorVa , Powel' A Oo , 'HI
Picmlum act-ire their Pientluci Poap. Five
&ntthremIu > ii < awardeJ hr the bougla county
and J.te fairs , and rottawattamle county , la.
Urder ) foli-Hxi ( iota the trade
A7TOBHCT3.
E. T. SM\MiE. G. C. GRAVES.
SMY1HE & GRAVES ,
Attorneys -at-ta'W. '
Boom 5 Cre hton Block.
v
E. ESTAURO > S. w. M. FBAKCH3
ESTABROOK& FRANCIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE-CreIhton Illoct.Omahi , Neb.
-'CDSllf
DhXTER L THOMAS ,
Attorney and' .Counselor at Law.
07FIOE Eooro Ko' Vloct r' Block ,
OMAHA - - - NEB
JOII > K KKI.L.F.V ,
Attorney 1 CounseloratLaw
OEre Boom2Creeh ! ' 'n Block. ) . riutTT *
Crr. 15th and rnrs Fti. f ujaAflA
/ OLLEcrioNS Fr n " : rrEn AND PROMPT-
\J ly attended 10. Ifj charge unless c < Dec-
lionn are rnmle. J.outcstolct and rents col
cctcd. Itral fttate buKchiand nolil. apl7tl
JOHN VLYTLE ,
nnd Solicitor IE
Attorneyat-lJ > Tr
Eqalty.
C/FTIOL-OTer Pint National Biak ,
tnal-tf
, J. CONNELL ,
AND
Attorney for Second Jud
icial District.
OKHCS South l3e of Farnham , betveei
15th ar ' Ifith sU. , opposite Court Ifonse.
r.Ki
r.KiPAKKE
PAKKE GODWIN ,
Attorney at Lawi
( Helltaan Bkca , )
4n THIBTEEKTH 8TBEET , OMAHA
? fi 1m _
G. W. AMBROSE ,
REDICK'S OPERA HOUSE
OMAHA - FEB.
rRir
T. W. T. Jiicniinis ,
Attorney at Law ,
Office 190 13th St. , bet. Farnham
and llurnpy Omaha , Keb.
po. . Bex UKKH
O. BALLOTJ ,
ATTORNEY at LAW
Office n Crelshton's nee Work , aouthaast 201
room , floor.
OMAHA.
A. BALDWtIC U2O. K. O'BBIKX.
as.
ATTOBNEYSLAW
Office C l Jwell Block , TougUu Ptreet ,
031A1IA , - NEBRASKA.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE ,
Attorney- - Law
Eoom Xo. 1 , S. E. Coiner 15th and Douglai Sts ,
NEBR.
OMAHA. - -
RAVAGE & MAND RSOt [ ,
Attorneys at Law ,
W2 FARNHAM STREAT.
K. \ Omaha Nebrwk
JOHN C.
A-ftox-xxoy , Solicitor-
CODXSELOB.
OFFICE-CREIOHTON'S BLOCK ,
OMAHA , SEUDASKA.
J. S.SPAO. .MI. K.rxrrcvrn
SPAl'N & PR1TCHETT ,
AttorBCjs ind Counselors at Lair.
OffiSOfi ) Twelt. i tercet.
Address ! > R" " & Omaha ,
N. J. BURNHAJL
Wtl ,
B. E. Cat 15th nd Dongl * * Streett ,
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"Where is St Patrick O'Bang
'em ' O'Hawes. " Herald.
He is banging away at the rock-
rooted Bourbons of Dakota , Dixon
and Cedar counties.
WITH the Lord Bishop of Litch-
field following close upon the heels
of Jay Gould Omaha will soon be
the halfway house on the world's
highway toward salvation.
THE Herald finds fault witli Silas
Garber because he has been a resi
dent of many States. How about
the editor of the Herald. Did ho
eyer live in Missouri ?
O FOR the long-horned bulls' of
Bashan , or rather the short-horned
bulls of Daniels. They furnish such
a never changing editorial text for
George Washington Secundus dur
ing all sorts of weather.
GENERAL SHERMAN realized $60-
000 for his Washington residence.
In view of the fact thai this proper
ty was deeded to the General some
years ago by his admiring friends ,
the General will now more fully re
alize the market value of the i
friendship.
An indiscriminate sfaugMcr m
clothing and geiU * ' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ot our wii make at
$2.00 and S2.50 each.
Railroad Tickets
bought and sold by 1 * Gottheimcr ,
Broker , at 296 Faruham street.
Unredeemed Pledges for
may Iv26
KOOREHEAD ,
PHABMAGIST ,
Block , Bet. California & Wtbsttr Eta.
OMA1IA , NEB.
Phyildana Prescriptions carefully
jc2G3m * coninoundi * ! .
IJBNTIPTEV.
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OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
rr STAIC ° .
Bet 13th L 14th EU. . P JVTAHA.
ttrOiile t r > rar"pl" 'llp tcl | < 1 In llieclty
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
TDIEILTTTST ,
234 2tn.ralm.txi. St. .
Bet. 1 th and 14th , up sUirs.
Teeth extracted without pain , by USB of M-
trous Oxide 7as.
WOfflro ore = * ! rll tcr eStf
L VAN CAMP M.D.
Dispenses his own meJclnes , and t > eldes
regular practice , makes specialities of Derange
ments and Diseased Peculiar 1o Women , Vistu
la , Plies and other Dfoeanes of the P-ectum.
OPPICK : Corner Farnham and 141h Ftiwts ,
first door to the rteht , IIP < ) r . KesMcnc ,
210 Douglas street , between 12 and 11th , next
to Lutheran Church Omaha. Nfh AildrM *
Ixirk POT 3M. jan1Idwif
Bf B8 , J. B. VAS DKKCOOK.
Eclectic Physician ?
Besldence and offici 250 DoJge at bet 14th nnd
15th sU.
Special attention paid to obstetric ] and dti
Jies peculiar to women and children. fsJU.
UNION MARKET ,
B. A. HABBIS ,
537 fifteenth Srtet , bet , Boughs and Dodge.
BEEF , POBK ,
Mutton and Veal ,
Fish , Poultry , Game ,
augM ly AHD
SPENCER'S
Fruit an-i Confectionary
Cor. 18th and L-avcmrorlh
JyH Sm AT THE BIUDHE
NEW SALOOX-
HENRY , the popular Saloon ke-pT , has re
fitted up the b nifi > l of old Ht-rald Imll ling
cor. IStn and Itouglas Sts. , where , in c-nnec-
tlonwth his Iwr he Fet nut a I.unch over ,
morning aid GRAND LUNCH EVERY SAT-
UttDAY. QITO him H call. al dtf
Q. F. ZZ&MAXTIT ,
171 Cor. Fnmriaiii nnil Klcvrmh Sl
AllUndnof TAILORING , doaulni ; * nii rc-
palrlnK done at reasonable ratei. A fine lot of
'URMSHINO OOODo constantly on hand
audaoldchoap. decSGtf.
33 43 U . X > - T O 3V 33 &
-MA' ' FACTURKK OF ASD DEALKB IN-
Lambrrapins an V.ndQir Shades ,
CHROMOS , EXGRATIXHS AND
PICTURE FRAMES.
rm Farnbam iitreet. coiner F flwnlh
H. C.
MAStJFAUtUKfcr AN1 > DKALEU IN
BOOTS & SHOES
10 ISlh St. Between larcham an ! Douglas
JOHN 11. GREEN ,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GBA1S , FLOUR AX FEED ,
AND
COMMISSION MERCJJAXT.
O t.
All tindi ol light and heary
MACHINERY MADE & REPAIRED.
B&"Ml Wo'l 'Juarca\tev'-l
2b8 HABHEY 8TBEBT , - OMAHA.
BBES ! BEES ! ! BEES ! ! !
m HE Updmlcnca has sixty swarms of na-
I tire and Italian 't a for sale. In hl < es ol
the American nnd Buckeye patents. Stronz
swarms' at nix td eiglit Hollars eai h , with actual
cost of hlfe added. Light swarins , from four to
air dollars cs < * . I have mote l < ? than' tee
* Ul ig pot
1I/RAM CRAIG ]
FortdlhounKel > .
VERY LA TEST.
MIDNIQ-HT.
UTICA , September 23.
Senator Conkling addressed the
convention to-day at length. IIo
said one of the catch sayings of our
opponents has been that the mission
of the Republican party was ended ,
when slavery and the rebellion
ceased. This is a senseless thought ;
no grave public question would be
safe without the Republican party ;
and the present demoralization and
discontent in the south are the re
sult of the gteat war brought on the
people by themselves , misguided
and deceived by the leaders of the
Democratic party , but much of the
present woe of the Southern people
comes from the lamentable course
of the men who have been freely
forgiven by the nation for one of the
bloodiest crimes in the book of time.
After the surrender of the Southern
armies , no man was denied suf
frage , not even Jeff Davis , by
the votes' of three-fourths of
all the States , the- ring
leaders who had taken and broken
an oath besides commiting treason ,
were not allowed to hold office un
less relieved by Coneress , though
none who ever applied for relief ,
was refused , yet this was considered
an affront too previous to bo borne
and they set to work to make worse
their L.cal afl'airs , refused to elect
reliable men to the Legislature and
public offices , deterred capable men
from accepting public positions , and
tried to prevent secession sympathi
zers trom joining in the restoration
to order and prospering in there-
constructed States ; they would
yield everything to carpet baggers
and niggers , who bring contempt on
the measure that gave suffrage to
the blacks and would produce a re
action in / tlio North that
would make them musters of
the situation. The plot has , how
ever , failed , except in wounding its
inventors ; bad men have worked
their way into places of trust and
power and the necessary evils in
sured , but the authors of this nils-
chief are far from relenting , and at
tempt remedy in violence and revo
lution. The White Leagqres , Ku-
Klu-Klans , and a war of'races ,
qrp their remedies. View Louisi
ana. It is claimed { hat McEnery
was elected , while Keilogg was
counted in. Supppose he was ; New
ork has known at least equal
wrongs. Jt is surely no secret that
John T. Hoflnian was counted
in as Governor , when Griswould
was elected. Compare New
York's ' course then with that of
Louisiana-iuow. Qrant. when the
news came of the Louisiana trou
bles , gave them five days to undo
their insurgent acts. This was
enough. The rebels know Grant
and awaited 110 regiments. Had
thisJnsurrection triumpued a war
of races would have sprung up in
evpry southern Stato. There are a
multitude of war claims made by
the southerners on the "government
for destruction of crops , etc.
An organized attempt was being
made to get through Congress an
act to have the Unjtpd States as
sume the deb'ts of these Sjtates.
The Democratic party would not
resist tjiesp trpasoiiing rajds. for
they always supported all bills for
southern war claims , and even .Re
publicans have sometimes allowed
their sympathy to blind the nenso of
justice , anci yield questionable peti-
tioqs , and bills had thus been pass
ed , important | n t ) e example they
pet ; but unless falling within cer
tain limits they arc vetoed by the
President A Kepublican President
removed , and when "the cat's away
the mice will play. " Many claims
may7 however , bo paid to loyal suf.
The remainder of the speech was
mainly devoted to State politics.
ST. Louis , Sept. 23.
The Republican State Convention
at Jefferson City was called to order
at noon by Henry T. Blow , chair
man of the State Central Commit
tee , who is said to oppose a bolt. J.
C. Parker , Congressman from the
Ninth district , was made temporary
chairman , and the convention is
now engaged in preliminary busi
ness.
In th'o afternoon session the con
vention permanently organized by
electing Isaac C. Parker President ,
and a compliment of Vice Presi
dents. A new State Central Coni'
mjttee was then appointed , and the
convention adjourned till evening.
On re-assembling a platform was
adopted re-affirming the principles
of the Republican party , as express *
ed in the national platform of 1872 ,
endorsing the administration of
President Grant , declaring that a
party founded on race or nationali
ty is detrimental to the public wel
fare , deploring the ruinous results
of opposition rule , and setting forth
that Inasmuch as tue party only de
sires reform and not office , they
deem it advisable to accept and sup
port the nominees of the State Re *
'
form Convention , anil adjourned
wjtljout making nominations. They
abjure Republicans , however , to
cherish ; the party organization.
NEW ORLEANS , eept 23.
In Terre Bonuo parish the He-
publicans ard peoplw' parties have
made a compromise and agreed )
upon a joint ticket fur rapreseqtar
lives and parish officers ; both parties
as well as capital and labor , being
equally reppresented and by the best
men qr either sjde. The Terre
Benne Banner , the official paper ,
cordially endorse. " the movement ,
and the Picayune of this city , edi
torially commenting on it , says the
people of that parish agreed upon
what promises to bo productive of
the happiest results ; it is not prob
able that Terre Benne has strnck
out a course which shall lead ug
' ' ' b
fr6jn the wildernesS.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 23.
Governor Kellogg telegraphed to
Attorney General Williams , as fol
lows : Reports from ' , the country
show that in a numbe'rof cases where
our parish officers have been ousted ,
.thetild incumbents are going back
peaceably.
The country is quieter than w s
expected and in the olty all Is quiet
so fqr. ijo reports have been ricej-
yed from. Red River.
The political conference will be
reopened at noon to-morrow at the
Custom House. The indications
are the Republicans will accede a
point and allow the McEneryltes
equal representations on the return
ing board.
SAif FRANCISCO , Sept 22.
A dispatch from Emigrant Gap
saj's ; An accident occurred this fore
noon on the Central Paclfic'railroad
by which" Dan Gwyer , brakeijian ,
was killedirpGloqe / , ' engineer' , F
' '
Phjnn , YiiHam 6aines'carpenter4
ycrg severely , if uot fa tall" *
- . . ttxurKS , ex-harbor commis
sioner , convicted of embezzling
State funds , has been granted a new
trial ,
TELEGRAPHIC ,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Eeported for the Omaha Daily Bee.
br the Ati.ntio and Pacific TelefraPh Co.
Government Considering the
Project of Connecting the
Atlantic and Pacific
Occeans by a Canal
Across the Isth
mus of Nica
ragua.
The Salaries of the Mail Car
riers Throughout the Uni
ted States to be
Advanced.
IN E\v YORK , Sept. 23.
Nearly all the European steam
ship companies have imitated the
action of the Cunard company aud
reduced the sales of the steerage to
'fifteen dollars. The rates of the
anchor line remain unchanged.
OarKANS , Sept 23.
The city is unusually quiet , and
business is proceeding as though
nothing had occurred. The politi
cal central committee met last night
to discus- , the situation , and the
conference committee of seventy Is
preparing to issue an address to the
people.
NKW OKLEANS , Sept. 23.
A colored school house in the.4th
district was burned yesterday , and
is supposed to have been the work
of an incendiary.
Gen. BaJger is recovering rapidly
from his wounds received in the
late skirmish.
Trouble is brewing again in Bayou
Sara , aud White Leaguers are un
der arms.
The White League is in attend-
anpe upon business meetings to
night all over the city. It is the
evident intention of the committee
of seventy to disavow them. Ihe
Qerman Bank which refused Gov.
Kellogg's checks during the row is
anxious to concilitate , fearjng hosr
tile action on the part of Comptrol
ler Knox.
xouic , Sept. 23.
Last evening a large crowd of per
sons were assembled on Broadway ,
corner of Thirteenth and John
streets , and John Morrissi-y and Col.
Butler were among them during
the course of the evening. Butler
'
who Is said to have bet u tj.x'eited ,
addre'ssed Morri sey a1 * follows t
"Come John Kelly and have a
drink. " To this invitation , Moriis-
sey replied by asking Ijfutler if lie
knew anythjng agafiist 3Fr. Kelly's
character as an liont t imn. Butler
replied that I eljy was i > : > Irish son
of a - . Instantly hi was seized
'
by the coat collar 'and the angry
voice of Morrissey was hoard de
manding an instant apology. There
was a few moments hea tutlon , then
Col , Butler hastily apologized. But
ler's no'-o was much f.\v llen , and
his eyes blacked. Hovill not bo
able to appear in public for some
days yet.
ATLANTA , Sept. 23.
At Iho grand lodge of Odd Fel.
lows yesterday the election ot offi
cers took pin ce : Deputy grand sec
retary Durham , of Kentucky was
elected to the position of grand sire.
Tne vote was unanimous in his fa
vor , The event hinged upon the
election of deputy grand sire , the
regular nominations for the position
being J W Stokes , of Pennsylvania ;
J F Alexander , Illinois ; E J Leech ,
Iowa. Representative Alexander In
a very elaborate speech declined to
be a candidate. The vote stood as"
follows : Whole number of votes
cast 128 ; necessary to a choice 05 ; J
W Stokes received 93 ; EJ Leech 31 ;
John B Harmon 4. Acting grand
sire then announced John W Stokes
duly elected for the ensuing year.
James L Rldgeley , of Baltimore ,
was elected grand secretary , and
Major Vansant , of Baltimcrejgrand
treasurer.
WASHINGTON , bept. 23.
The public interest in an inter-
oceanic canal to connect the Atlan
tic and Pacilic oceans has been re
vived by the appearance in Wash
ington of Colonel Max Von-Somer-
stein , chief engineer of the republic
of Nicaracua. The Colonel visits
Washington for the purpose of look
ing after the interests of his gov-
prnment in this granft project , and
if possible influence the selection of
a route across the Isthmus ff fIca-
raRua recently surveyed by Captain
L P Lerell , U S navy , acting under
authority of Congress. The'Colon-
el has had an interview with the
Pres-dent , who takes a great ; inter , :
est in thg scheme , and teems to be
In favor of the Nicaragua route. He
also had several interviews with-'the
Commissioners appointed to. exam ?
ine survey of the , diGerent routes
and make a selection of the most
practical cable , and has laid before
them a great deal of valuable in
formation relative to Nlcaraugua ,
and adjacent theieto. The Com
missioners will meet again in Jan
uary next , for the final considera
tion of the subject , and report. The
Postmaster General will in a day
or two , perhaps to-morrow , " Issue a
general order advancing the pay of
letter carriers throughout the coun
try , according to the length of ser
vice. The Postmaster general says
' } p will give them the * benefit
of the full amount appropriated by
Congress for this purpose , and is sorry
ry that he cannot give tljem. more.
4 private letter to a gentleman
in this city , dated September 18th ,
says : MProfpssor G.ardnern . \
charge of th.e triangula.tlon work of
the JJayden Expedition , has been
eminently successful , and has com
pleted the check base line in the San
Luis Park. It is five and one-quar
ter miles long aud was measured
twice , the measurement agreeing
within two and one-half inches ,
which , considering the , unevenness
of th.e country , Is remarkable proof
of the excellence of the work. Dur
ing a period of eight days .the party
ascended six peaks , three of which
are each 14,000 feet h gb , , while the.
othecs , are'
pa.rdqer
, Ciy top of Pike's Peak ,
and had their hands and feet nearly
frozen. They are now at work in
San Juan countjIrV where they will
remain until cold veather drives
them in ,
ORCHARD BnAcrr , Me. , Sept23.
The Woman's Suffrage conven
tion was attended by numerous
friends of the movement from Mass
achusetts and other points in New
England. J Hoyt , editor of the
Haverhill Bulletin , presided , and
addresses were delivered by Lucy
Stone , Miss Eastman , H B Black-
well and others.
BKOOKI.YX , Sept. 23.
Moulton appeared at the U S Mar
shal's office to-day and formally ac
cepted service of the writ in the
suit against him by Edna Deau
Proctor. He agreed to answer the
complaint on the first Wednesday
in October in the circuit court of the
Eastern district.
YORK , Sept. 23.
Hon. James Watson Webb pub
lished a letter yesterday afternoon
in reply to an assault made on his
private cnaracter by E. R. Hoar in
Congress , May 1 , 1874. He saj-s
his friends in Congres demanded the
production of the evidence on which
that official's assault was made ,
and the Secretary has sent to the
Senate papers in the matter which
contains his ( Webb's ) defense.
NEW OIU.EAJCS , Sept. 23.
During the night the following
dispatch was received by the United
States Marshal :
"BAYOU SARA , Sept. 22.
To S. B. Packard , United States
Marshal :
The V'hites are again under arms
here and patrolling without author
ity. Some are disguised and are
going Into the country to kill ne
groes. Troops alone can quiet them.
PSigned ] WEBER.
Weber is a State Senator. Troops
will probably be sent to points des
ignated.
e
NEW Yoitic , Sept. 23.
Col. Wood , ex-chief of the secret
service , who was arrested charged
with altering 2-20 bonds , was dis
charged by Commissioner Osborne ,
'
the'testimony failing to show any
guilty inient. Notwithstanding the
decision of the commissioner the
case will probably be taken before
the grand jury.
NEW Y .RK , Sept 23.
In a fight this morning corner of
llth avenue and 4Sth street , John
McDonald shot John Dunley
through the right lung. Dunley was
removed to the hospital in a dying
condition. McDonald is Iocke4 up.
UTICA , JS' . Y. , Sept. 23.
The convention was palled , to order
at 11:15 this morning , by Judge
Robinson. Mr. Theodore M. Pome-
roy , of Cayuga , was elected tempo
rary chairman and made some hu
morous remarks. Said that they
had no canal ring to conciliate with
a Tammany ; no liberal division to
grease and digest. Grant was a ter
rible man , especially to the enemy.
Three cheers for Grant. He th n
took up the , Syracuse convention and
criticised it quite severely.
After the speech of the chairman ,
the temporary secretary was ap
pointed. The roll was then called ,
mm OOinmUtees on resg tJQns , cre
dential" , &P- , were appojnted. A
resolution against prohibiting
church property from taxation was
then put before the Convention , and
referred to the committee oij resolu
tions.
The Convention then took a re
cces until two o'clock.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 23.
A correspondent's statement from
tue Pacific Mall steamship com
pany has been received at th'e Post-
office Department , from which it
appears that a steamer of the
said company will sail from San
Francisco for China and Japan
with the United States mails , on
the 3d , 17th and 31st of October
next , instead of on the 3d and 24th ,
as stated in th schedule recently
published by the Postoffice Depart
ment ,
The Postmaster General to-day
awarded contracts for stamped en
velopes and newspaper wrappers for
four years from the 1st of Oc
tober , ' to Plympton Manufacturing
Company of Hartford , Conn. W.
R. Ladd , of Holyoke , Mass. , and
Silas Hayes , of Springfield , Mass. ,
the two lowest bidders having
withdrawn their bids.
The New York Times correspond
ent telegraphs the following from
New Orleans under date of Septem
ber 22d :
"The public feeling has chaneed
very decidedly , and it is now con
sidered not Improbable that a more
serious conflict even thau that
of last week will shortly occur.
This morning , when it became
generally known that the confer
ence had been broken up , and no
result arrived at the young and hot-
beaded men of the white League
took no pains to conceal their feel
ings , Kellogg and United States
Marshal Packard are again de
nounced openly as thieves and liars ,
and the Assistant Secretary of the
Interior , Cowan , who is charged
with having been Instrumental
in breaking upi the conference Is
also Qhused m unmeasured terms.
During the afternoon the leaders of
the Wuite Leaguers weie constant
ly In session , and it is known that
many advised a continuation of hos
tilities. If they fire on the troops ,
it is believed that a military gov
ernment will at once be established
in the State. It is known that the
business men and capitalists of the
clrA" , who make it no secret of hav
ing supported the movement , are
opposed to further fighting , aucjvjll
make no additional ijoqatlons to the
Leaguere. There is no evidence that
the Southern element wishes to mo
lest private citizens , and besides it
is admitted that personal property
was never more secure. Qov. Kel-
} egg professes to believe that a war
of extermination is to be com
menced against the negroes , but
Penn asserts positively that such an
idea , has never been entertainad by
even the most passionate of the
White League.
During last evening tlio Govern
or held a consultation with Secre
tary Cowan and the latter has tele
graphed to A P Field , the attorney
general to come to New Orleans ,
immediately.
It is believed he wishes to consult
him and then proceed at once in
the proportion of indictments
against those prominently engaged
In the hot.
Ot'
KB3 ,
_ will open on
.unrsday. Septemb r 1' , 1874.
Thettciillesfor Instruction have bee0.to ,
created. Theaccomodalloni ( orcheapboardinz
are ample , Wirk on the farm will be lurnuned
Books at cost. For BegWer nndCa Wcgue ,
A * K. Bbii OX.
Chanwllorol VnlrertU y
CABLEGRAM
FOB.E1G2T-
Bismarck Proposes to Incorpo
rate Denmark into the
German Confederation.
Whereupon the Russian Bear
Commences to Growl.
MADRID , Sept. 23.
General Lazerno has re-victualled
Parnpeloua. * *
LONDON , Sept 23.
A dispatch from Carlist sources
denies the report that Don Carlos
has been recognized by four branch
es of the Bourbon families as an heir
presumptive to the thrown of
France.
PARIS , Sept 23.
French newspapers publish in St.
Petersburg dispatches confirming
reports of Prince Bismark's over
tures to King Christian , of Den
mark , looking to the incorporation
of that country into the German
Confederation.- correspondent
says Russia is greatly insulted at the
attempt and will never permit Ger
many to hold the key to the Baltic.
.LONDON , beptember 23.
The Mark Lane Express says the
tine summer-like weather of the
past week lias been favorable for
crops , though rain would have been
more acceptable. With regard to
wheat the Express says the autum
nal sowing are certain of a favoiable
commencement. It estimates that
Hungary has a million and a half
to spare , and 'prices in Germany
and France have declined heavily.
PARIS , Sept 23.
The election to fill vacancies in
the national assembly has been or
dered for Octqber 18th. The ex
citement over the approaching elec
tion for Consul General in Corsica ,
has made much disorder. The au
thorities have been obliged to inter
fere. The present colli 4on is be
tween thestippqrtora of Prince Na
poleon and the opposition Bonapar-
tist candidate.
LONDON , Sept 23.
The Newcastle chamber of com
merce have adopted a resolution
condemning the Canadian recipro
city treaty as prejudicial to British
industry.
Mr. Holland , Conservative , has
been returned to Parliament , from
Mid hurst.
Mr. Arnold , proprietor of the 'Lon
don Echo.will contest Northa'mp-
ton in the Liberal interest .
"The Empress of Russia is expect-
ted to arrive in England on October
15th , on a visit to her daughter , the
Duchess of Edinburgh.
MARKETS 5Y TELEGRAPH ,
New York Money Market.
- > September 23.
_ uey Still abundant , at 2@3
per cent.
Foreign Exchange Dull and
nominally at 4 SC for CO day , and
4 86 } for sight , with sales at 4 83 } ©
4 S3 * .
Gold More active and firm ;
pened at 1 09 with an advance to
1 09 J , but now selling at 1 09 | again.
Governments Dull and firm ;
currency G's 117.
Stocks Opened active , but irreg-
ulai ; and at midday tlic market
yielded from J toJ per cent , after
having advanced at the opening J
(3vJ ( per cent. Since 12:30. however"
prices have been stronger ; the high
est prices are now being made ;
Erie 1 37J ; PM 1 4SJ ; U P 31J ; W
U78\ .
New York rroauce Market.
.NEW YORK , Sept. 23.
Breadstuffs Quiet.
Flour Sseady superfine State and
western , 475@500 ; extra , 510 ©
5 35.
Wheat Dull ; nominal , one cent
lower.
Corn Easy ; 93@9S } .
Oats Steady ; westen. mixed ,
64C5.
Rye and Barley Unchanged.
Provisions and Pork Steady.
Lard Shade easier.
Leather Steady.
Iron Heavy.
Wool Quiet.
Chicago Pruuuca market.
CHICAGO , Sept 23.
Flour Quiet , unchanged ; good ,
choice spring extras 4 90 ( 5 25 ; su
pers scarce at 3 504 00.
Wheat Quiet ; September , ! 00 ©
1 OOJ ; October , 94J.
Corn Dull ; cash , 84 ; Septem
ber , 83J ; October , 8080 .
Oats Weak ; cash , 53 ; Ontober ,
50 ; seller year , 48.
Barley Steady ; cash , 1 05@1 OG ;
October 1 01.
Rye 91 on the spot.
Highwlnes 1 03@2 05.
Pork Steady ; cash , 23 75 ; Octo
ber 22 G3j22 75 ; seller year 18 20 ©
20 00.
Lard Steady ; cash , 14J ; October ,
14J ; seller year 11 $ .
St. Louis Produce market.
ST. Louis , Sept. 23.
Flour Lower grades active and
higher ; superfine winter 3 00@3 50 ;
extra 3 75 ; double extra 4 25.
Wheat Flat and lower ; No red
fall I Q6j No 2 red winter , 1 1C.
Carn Firmer , No 2 83 ; active ,
higher , No 3 54J.
Oats A shade higher ; i\o 2 , 54
in elevator ; 53J September ; 5353 }
October.
Barley Firmer ; 1 15 ; prime and
choice 1 17J.
Rye Easy at 84.
Whisky Higher.
Pork Cash , 21 50.
Lard Steady ; 11J for seller six
months.
*
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , Sept. 2iJ.
Hogs Receipts , 2,500 ; medium ,
porkers , 4 50@5 00 ; bacon G OQ@G 75j
butchers' 7 00@7 7o <
Cattle R6o3 oj0oo ; steady and
unchanged.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , September 23. ,
Cattle-ReceipU , 8,000. M-
ro.ore aotlvo. w - - steady aud
unchanged ? Texans , 2 002 50 ; a
lew 3 75 j one small lot was sold.
Clearing Sale ! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ! !
-AT-
ORUXCKSHANK'S
Clearing Sale !
FOS , -i
BEING OUR
Clearing Sale ! Annual Clearing Sale
OF-
Foreign and Domestic
Clearing Sale.
DRY GOODS
Clearing Sale !
PREARATOEY .TO STOCK TAKING.
.A . CRITICKSHANE ,
Clearing Sale ! marS Cor. 14th and Farnliani Sts.
, B1873.
, . BROWN , 248 Douglas Street *
WHOLESALE ANDRETAIL
DRY GOODS , CAEPETS ,
JOn > OIL CLOTH.
/
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
sold lower than aay other house in the city , consisting of
, EMPRESS CLOTHSc RSPELLANT
' '
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also VELVET & BEAVER CLOAKINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StJAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS ,
MERINO Ir.NDEBWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEN IN UKEAT VAEIETY. A FULL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OH , CLOTHS , MATTINfi BUSS , AND MATS ,
TIKIE
urniture baaing , Mirrors ,
ig pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP-
_ joj..cjtx.L trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
has a complete assc.tment pi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED foods , which he is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
anything in this iine , to examine his stock before pnrchas-
ng.
, X.OTTNGES &o. , UPHOLSTERED AN ! ?
COVERED TO
Stxroot.
L. WOODWORTH ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
WACO1T
Wood Stock ,
WAGON HARDWARE ,
Patent Wheels , finished Gearing , &c.
Axles , Springs and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks aria Buggies
Stmleltacber
mchCU
G , STHIFFLER
DEALER IK
CHOC EKIES ,
Prorl-inns
Fruits ,
Su s ,
ConfpcUonerj- ,
Tobacco ,
Segars ,
S. E. POT * . OF T HTH and FABHHAM.
ap14t
WHOLESALE CANDIES
I am o-w aianulacturing all varieties of candies
andjwill sell a
.A. STIEIR/IISr IF IK. ! O IE
Dealers In this State nreJ not want to goEastfjr CANDIES.
A trial is solicited.
mchlltf
B. & J. WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery , :
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Fourtoontb Straoi , - Oznalia
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
arS-lmjr
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th and Saraay Streets ,
Fall And Winter Styl
A. POLACK ,
CLOTHIER ,
233 Farnliam St. Hear
Fine nct clothing/
and Fnrnisliing Goods.