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VOL. IV. OMAHA WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 7 , 1874. NO. 94.
KDWAKD KOSEWATEU , Editor and Prop'i
Uffir * So. 138 furnliin" street , betw.
TEUM& OF &UUSC1UPT10N :
copyoneear. lu adTanre ] <
lx monthx , In ndvancc *
" three rofnths in sdrance AUU
&ril not paid in advance , S8 per annum will
LEADINS HATTER i
Best Goods ,
OMAHA BDSINESS DflRGTORY.
A Fmlth , 185 Ilarner street , bet.
McClure and 12th. declSU
BOOTS AUD SHOES.
Lang , 155 Farnham st , between IGth
Phillr 115h febHyl
. Latey , corner 12th and Dnuglan streets ,
. mtnufdclurer and wholesale de 'er In
rand .sand comettionery. Country tr de so-
Fillnt.coal , lime , cemen thair etc. .
Flandj i > t. febljmS
] iT Elguttcr , No. 200 Karnuam st. ] el7tf
A new lanndr- red at oil llth St. , bet.
JFa'nlian.rnd Douidas. The washing and
IronicK will bodoceto rdi-r. first class work
S' ' P ACTOBT.
Trcmlum Soup Wor , Powel1 A Co , si 111
1 maouactire their P'emluci Soap. Fii
first prtiniuiu .avaided by the Lougla county
and bt ie lairs , and rottawattxmia county , la.
Orders i-oll-iu l flora the trade
EATH & HANS EN ,
\VholeinIe Dcnlers in JUeaf. Toba eo ,
o 3 : oJL Ks ,
AND DEALER IN
Tobaccoi Pipes , &c , , &c ,
1C3 FAKNHA.K ST. ,
Bet. 10th 411th ,
P. N. GLYNN
TV1IOLESAI.E AND ELTAtt. DliTXB tit
Winesf I iquorsSegars ,
TOB C 0 A3f PIPES.
WCallforiia Wines and Brandies."W
Corner of 15lh and Dod-e ( streets opposite the
new Post Office building , Omaha. Nebie25U
Practical Watchmaker ,
171 . llth Bt
J , ROBINS ,
137 n * > n > n St. , lipt. 9 h und lOlb ,
( Opposite Bee Office )
- 10NELOASEPOJf VATCIIES.JEW-
J'l d'T.Ac. Cl..thins bought and s..ld.
spTdlm _ . _ .
OMAEA , - NEBRASKA
The larcest and l st hot between Chicago
Uld ban Francisco.
Opened new S ptctnl er 80th , 1873.
W tf OKU. THKALL. Proprietor.
United States Hot 1 ,
COtt. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
rnHEUJIDERSIfSNED r < pcctfnllr snnoun-
I ir * that he has purchased and red ted Ihe
boie II tel , nd is now ready to Hccoiumodate
th public , with board by day i.r we U , at reasonable
enable ratis. WILLIAM LEIIB Pr p.
JEITZ HAFMEH , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corn r 11th , Om ha ,
Kebnska Board by the day or week ,
iuna 1. T !
On 9th , tt. Farnham and llarnty Street * ,
T3 ASWn entirely refiltt < ia at d refurnished.
| j and will accommodate ail to the best o !
board t $1 0 per day ; 40cpers < nglenieal.
C , V , & S , M , HARRYMAN ,
' o. 630 rlxteent
Opp. Jeffarton Square , OMAHA , NEB ,
JO > F.PH JIOYE. Prop'r.
Day and week Bo r4 < t rca on blu rates.
Firstla tsur atudiol to the house.
1e27 Sm _
Soutii rn Motel.
Jroatlng on 4th , Ctn and WalnnttUn
St. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is flrst-cl s In all Itr
pi ointments. Its tablexareat all tlmrs sup
plied in tbtRTPateKt abuudnnce. with all the
3ell'-acles the markets afford , Its cleras and
* mploT i are a'l polite and attentive to the
wanf'ol th pu > st t the hotel , 1b rel § an
improTed elera or leadlui ; from the fiftt floor
io the upper onr , 1 tail road and Meambeat
lckotoffi'e , news stknd. nd wroverr Union
lelecniph offl e In the hotunda of hotel.
. J. COBTNELL ,
yf * rict Attomey for Second Jud
OKCSJ-8outh tide ( Farnham , between
IMhai1 icthst * . , orponltc Court Housa.
A. BALDWIN . O-BKIEX.
BALI > \ V1.A
ATTORNEYS * LAW
Office Cald well Block , l > ouglas Ftreet ,
OMAHA , - - - -
PARKE GODWIN ,
Attorney at Law *
( Hellman Bltek. )
, : t 490 THTBTEEKTH 8TEEET. OMAHA
JOHN W , JLTTLE ,
AttorHcy-at-Law a -
wrnOLOT First Vktioul Butk ,
An indiscriminate etaitgMer in
clothing and Rents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ot our wu make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 290 Fariiham street.
Unredeemed fledges for Sale.
Hamlet Oruzn ,
GENERAL DEALER IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
9th st , between Jones and ixjavdnworth its.
TO THE PUBLIC A MOST COMplete -
OFFERS line of Irv Go.sis. Fancy Goods ,
oolen nd Cotton Flannels , Wrapper DeLains
Woolen Shawls and nil UimN of fall and winter
material fur lailiis' and clil'drens' dn se > . Al
so Calicoes of all cradcs and de crip'loa a rpe-
elalty Boots and chops for ladies' gents' and
childreis' wear. nept4d3mu *
OFFICE , No. 232 FARNHAlfsT.
Bel. 53th L 14th Ets. . O MC AH A.
iractpi > rTV > nll Lts In tlieclty
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
234 * , r-on-Jfcx . < xx JSt.v
Bet. 1 th and 14th , up stairs.
Teeth extracted without tmln , by use of Ul-
trous Ozide 3as.
rfrfl = c = e5tf
Eclectic Physician *
Residence anil offift 2.50 Podgo it bet 14th nod
8clal | uttenUon paid to ob telrle and dls
aaes pecul'jr U > women nmi rh'.Idron. (9tf
L VAJSOAMP M.D
Dispense * hie own meddnes , and beside *
reular practice , makes specialities of Derans-
monta and Plseases Peculiar to Women , Fistu
la , Piles and other Disraj.63 ol the Urctum.
OPKICK : Corner Furnhim and 14th ntreets ,
flrnl door to the riitht , up * | . Besldenc ,
210 Dougbs street , between 12 and ISth , next
to Lutheran Church OuiHha. K h Artdrew
Lor It Box 3 x. wnlldiwif
VAN CORK'S MACHINE
s s : OOF .
AH kinds of light ami heavy
MACIIIXEIIY .UADE& REPAIRED.
Wo'k 'Juarcu\iee \ > ' . -&i
2&B HABUEY STREET. OMAHA.
Fruit am Confectionary
Cor. 13th and -avenworlh Sts. ,
225 F..rjiHm Street , - Omaha , Neb
WHOLESALE AND EKTAlt DKALKB IK
FURNITURE , BEDDING , ETC.
II. \TALKK"J. .
MANUFAClUKbl' AMJ UKALEB IN
BOUTS & SHOES
10 13th St. Between Farohaut ani Douglas
tNOCH HENNEY ,
Justice of the Peace
Office orer tno State Bank , cornejrjf Farn.
ham and 13th K > rck > ti > .
HEKUV. the popular Silnon ke-prr , has re
fitted up the b.iseinfiit of old Ifrrald ImlMing ,
cor. 13th and l > ouglas 8ts. , where , in connec
tion wth hl bar he FCt nut a Lunth ever )
inorninj ? id OKAND LUNCH EVEBV SAT-
UKpAV. GiTebiinacall. alrtU
Sclmelder & Bnrjnester
H5 , COPPER AND M1EET IROK
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Ileatin ? StOTPR.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Ontter' ng don
< hnrt notice and Ic the beat maaner.
J lli * > n
U.P.R.R , MEAT MARKET ,
ICth street bet California and Webster.
KEEP ON HAND THE BFST
WE supply of FRESH AXD SALTED
MEA1S. Alsn a lane Htorlc of Fine Sugar
ured Hams and Breakfast Bacon , at the low-
it riUs. WM AU.ST KNUTH ,
The ( Hoar City and rj > eirtO BaJIroaff ,
la Caa > eti with th *
SIOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
Ii 6 ! miUs the thortest ropte from Omaha
and CoBnrll Bluffs to St. Paul , Hlneftocrtji ,
SHir ( | ter , Anoka , Dalnth , BUmarek , and ill
points IB MlncMOts.
Train leaTeJ Omaha daijr , ( cxrep Saturday )
at 6 o.clock p. m. , and Council SlutCi at 8:05 p *
ra.from Chicago & NorthWestern Depot.
Pare as LOW and 1 ime as , QUICK as
by anj oilier Line
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS ,
Be aure Tour ticket reads VIA Siouz City ,
thus aroldlng circuitous routes and midnight
Tickets can ba purchased nt the ofGcn of the
Chlcnco A Northwi stern Railway in Umaha
and Council Blufli.
J C. BOYDEN ,
Gen'l Pi" . A Ticket Agf St ? . 4 S. C. R. B.
St Paul , Minn.
F. C. HILL ,
Uen'l Pass , and Ticket Agt. , S. C. A P. , Slonx
City , Iowa. , ' ;
GEO. W. GBATTON , Agent.
163 Farnham Street , Omahs , Neb.
C3-r-o .t XAo
Cornel of CuBings and Twenty-secoad street *
Th finest lager bser con-
staintly on hand. '
Ie25-6m CUAS. WEYMULLER , Prop
H. 6I1EDIC. C. J. KARBA B
.UKEHE & KAKBACI1 ,
IBtk it. between Farnham an , arney ' §
OMAHA , - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIBS AND niUlltGBS.
Dealera In and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
VENTION PAID -TO
9-Beplring of wagon and bl ck mUhng !
prompUrdone at reuonible price * JaTdlw
WASHINGTON , Oct. 6.
Secretary Bristow did not arrive
to-day , as was expected. He tele-
giaphed the department from New
York that ho would return to-mor
Lieutenant Wm. H. Reoder has
been ordered from the navy yard at
Boston to the navy yard at Phila
One hundred and thirty-one- thou
sand dollars in National Bank notes
were received in the treasury to-day ,
for redemption receipts ; from inter
nal revenue to-day $14,922,909.
WASHINGTON , Oct G.
Secretary Belknnp leaves on Mon
day next to attend the annual re
union of the army of the Tennes
see.The postmaster General has stop
ped payments for'increased weight
of mail services , the appropriation
tor that class of business being more
than exhausted. There was half a
million dollars appropriated for \ \ \ \ >
service , and about a quarter of a
million for the usual yearly increase
in mails. It appears tinder this re
adjustment a million dollars will be
paid towards it , and half a million
is estimated yet due on accounts un
HALT LAKE , Oct G.
The empanneling of the grand
jury for this district was completed
to-day. It stands , seventeen Gen
tiles , and six who , although profes :
ing the Mormon religion , declare
themselves willing to find indict
ments against polygaraists. One
juror sworn in yesterday was charg
ed to-day with being the husband ol
nine wives and the father of thirty-
The forty-fourth semi-annual con
ference of Latter Day Saints aom-
menced here to-day , .attended b\
Brigham Young and all the princi
pal councillors. President Smith
said in the opening address that the
subject for contemplation will be
general reformation , a d tln.Ordet
of Enoch ; also that two or thaet
hundred men will bo called on to go
to St. George to finish the building
of the temple at that place , during
the coming winter.
BOSTON , October G.
The steamship Liberia sailed yes
terday morning for Liverpool.
B. F. Hutcbinson's West Indian
goods , atPeabody , was damaged by
fire last night to the amount of
Mrs. L. Beckman , of Scabrook ,
N. H. , had her foot cut off by the
hacking of a railroad train at New-
buryport this morning.
Forty-nine towns in four western
counties foot up for Talbot 04 ; Anti
54 ; uncounted and uninstructed 27.
The Cogswell men in the sixth.Uut-
ler's district , claim to be ahead thus-
far in the matter of delegates ,
A majority of the members of the
new Democratic Club formed in
Newburyport lasr , voted for Butlei
Sr. Louts , Octobn- .
The firemen's convention reas
sembled this morning. The com
mittee on order of business reported
two copies , the prevention and ex
tinguishment and also , twelve prop
ositiohs to'be referred to the com
mittee with instructions to report at
this meeting. The first topic was
whether the existence of any direct
acting service system justifiesthe _
reliance on that alone for the extin
guishment of fires without the aid
of movable and auxiliary engines
Mr. Gibson , of Rochester , N. Y , .
gave an account of the effectual
working of the Holly works in thai
city , and favored the system , butbf
w .uld not dispense with the other
fire apparatus , for the Holly works-
might get out of order. The engi
neer of the Holly works at Evens-
vill. BftffJ they had used the Hollv
system tap fjree ) years will
perfect success. He considered it a.
good M steam fire engine ?
which however he would not throv
aside. Heldtuiller of Columbus
Ohio , had little faith in the sysfen
for large towns and large building * .
Other engineers reported tuC fioll\
system in USA and very satisfactory
in their citiej , though the eiurine.
were pot abandoned ,
The topippf prop rtjop of truck
to engines was discussed and re
ferred. The topic of water wa
taken up. Benncr ol Chi < * ag <
stated that the fire supply then
was as good a ? in any city , but the
city was endangered by infiamable
buildings in Misapplied .districts.
Magrue , of A'e.v York said a stand
of water plrps were necessary and-
it was stated tb. it Insurance compa
nies reduced rates where these ar ?
used , and they are of vast advan
tage lu fighting fire. i
In the evening various committees - '
tees reported on t > ubects referred to
NET OKI.KAN < , October 6.
An address hagjjeen issued sign
ed by R. HfMarr , ' Albert Voorhees ,
and others opposed to the Kellogg
administration , which sets forth ; in
an exhaustive'argument , the -
wens for the conference agreement.
It begins with he conservative con
vention at Baton Rouge/that did
not intend by its decision to partici
pate in political campaign's , or to
even Indirectly recognize the Kel
logg usurpation. The usurpation
then began to arrange machinery to
frustrate the election , and a fair vote
was Impossible. Every proposal of
the conservatives was rejected when
it tended to fairness in registra
tion. The conservatives , however ,
persisted in thinking to outdo thcr
fraud by harder work. Meanwhile
the people were becoming enraged
at the taxation and swindle imposed
upon them by the State govern
ment , and at a standing army kept
to intimidate them The colored
people were craftily led to league
themselves against them , and a race
hostility was aroused. It became
necessary to organize protective
white leagues. The ciilzensyright
to purchase and bear arms was ques
tioned , and an attempt was made to
disarm the whites , which resulted
in the outbreak "on September 14th.
This day convinced the blacks that
they had nothing to feai from their
white fellow citizens. The Presi
dent reinstated , Kellogg , Unit tht ,
fact was established that tbe purpa-
tlon was not acquiesced In"amKthe
usurper baa learned that misrule
must have some , limits. He man
aged then to Inaugurate a confer ,
ence , and this committee met one
of Gov. McEnery's , but the Kellogg'
government wanted to retain three
Republicans In'-the board of election -
tion , giving the conservatives 'two.
This being refused , the matter was
referred-to the conservative .state
central committee. The question
the legality of Ihe da faoto goveruX
ment was not touched ; only election
discussed , "
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for the Omaha Daily Eec
bv the AttonHn and Pacific TeleeraPh Co.
BuooKiA'N , October G.
Tilton and Moulton were both no
tified yesterday that bail in the sun
of S3,000 were required of them , anc
requesting them to appear with theii
bondsjnen to-day. They both ap
peared to le ) pleased at the turn af
fairs have taken.
JACKSON' , Miss. , October G.
The Republican State Centra ]
Committee bus invited Presidenl
Grant and Vice-President Wilson
to be present at the Republican Convention -
vention at Chattanoga , on the 13th
Senator Alcorn is likely to bo a
delegate from this State.
MKMPHIS , October 6.
A wholesale jail delivery -as pre
vented here to-day by the timely
capture of a large number of files
and saws in the prisoner's cells.
About thirty negroes who were in
the prison threatened to mutiny ,
but were locked up without blood
shed. The prisoners taken from a
Tennessee'oilloer , at Du a ' Bluffs ,
will probably be returned to the
authorities in this State to-morrow ,
or at Little Hock.
AKi ; , Oct G.
President Dillon , Jay G'-uld ,
superintendent Clark and other
managers of the UP R R will leave
here Wednesday morning and wjll
meet the ollicers of the Central Pa
cific Railaoud at Ogden for confer
ence. The government inspectors
of the road will proceed to San Fran-
ci > co. Mr. Dillon says nil the dif
ferences between the U P and Kan
sas Pauific has been amaouably ad
IOKK , Oct. G.
A dispatch from Europe says the
Schleswiir question id again attract
ing attention in northern Europe.
The proposal of Prince Bi raarck
that Denmark- should enter into the
German Confederation and which
was declared , has caused considera
ble comment at St. Petersburg , and
it is intimated that Russia was
greatly irritated at Bismark's action ,
as , if the proposition was carried
out , it would virtually give to Ger
many the key of the Baltic.
SIIREVE > OUT , La. , Oct. 0.
Rafe Renfro and 15en Roach , ne-
sjroes , quarrelled day before yester
day morning. Renfro received the
contents of a double-barrel shot gun ,
Two Creoles , named Thebe Dean
and Simeon , quarrelled at a wed
ding in St. James parMi Friday ,
during which Thcbe Dean was
stabbed to the heart by Simeon and
The Times says that General Em
ory is about to send a company of
cavalry into north Louisiana and a
body of troops to Grant Parish , to
arrest about one nundred of the cit
NEW YORK , October 5.
The failure of David Valentino &
Co. , 35G Broadway , is announced.
The house dealt-largely in silk and
trench dress goods , on which fab
ric : ? there has been a great shrinkage
of value and this adcfcd to the dull-
ne3 ef trade ( ln the" 'South , with
which section of the country a large
portion of their trade was transai
ed , has led to their suspension.
Ihe liabilities' the firm have not
been ascertained , but will probably
fall shorUof ? 40,000. This failure
iave rise to the reports of many
) ther. , up and down town , but no
others have been comflrmed.
Aihv ORLEANS , Oct. G.
informani6"n has been received by
he United States marshal , that on
the arrival' " of the United States
roops atyt , Martinsvjlle , the White
f.eaguers , ' wh'6 hac } been for tpywal
veeks under arujs at that'point" , 'fell
) ck' into the country , They have
our pieces of artillery with them.
The council of White Leaguers
net here yesterday and refused to
eco'gnize any compromise.
The Sore veport Times says : "No
'oihpromisia for Nor prn ojoujsl-
. The Democratic State Committee
js in session on tfie ( joinprornlse
question , but has come to no adjust
ment , and the belief is that all otters
roc A compromise will end in a fiz
The advisory board will disband ;
there was no session to-day.
"WASHINGTON , Oct. 5.
According to a .London special
if the 29th , silver bullion lias
reached a lower price in London
than ever beforetbe.causes \\hich
have produced this result were fully
et'forth ' in "Dr. Linderman's report
to the Secretary of the Treasury in
1872 , This alteration in relation to
the value of gold and silver places
countries of'thesjjyer 'standard at
a disadvantage compared with those
of the gold standard. The rates of
exchange oh'the latter is an advan
tage in proportion to the deprecia
tion of bilver. Until recently the
elatrve value ofgojd and silver was
from 1 to 15J per cent ; at the pres
ent time it is 1 to 1CJ. In other
words , one ounee more of pure siT }
ver is required to purchase an ounce
of pure gold than formerly.
The commissioner of Indian af
fairs has received a lette1- from
John D Miles agent for the Cbey-
ennes and Arapahoes of Indian
Territory , dated September 20 , in
which he says : "night before last
some horse thieves stole eighteen of
the powder forces best ponies. I
B2nt two Deputy Marshals with
eight young Araplmhoes in pursuit
yesterday noon. " We received in.
formation that the Cheyennes had
forced General Miles to retreat to
the vicinity of Antelope Hills and
that encouraged their success they
started out war parties , oneof which
had met General Davidson some
where up the Wachlta , and they
bmTlost three of their braves , kill
ed. Another party of about twen
ty-five were camped yesterday fore
noon thirty miles west of this agen
cy. I at once placed a courier on a
good horse,1wilh instructions to
proceed alongjthejllne of the road
between here and "Caldwell , and
warn travelers of their apprehended
danger. Ho was followed a lew
hours'Jater by Captain Cramer , with
a full ' ompaiiy of cavalry. You
will not wonder at my anxiety ,
when 1 tell you that my-family are
now between here and Caldwellde
tained by high water. Look out for
news from , the border of Kansas
The Cheyennes , exasperated by
ttfpir losses and encouraged by their
suocesse's , will fight IlkVdemons ,
the whole . ' '
and will scour country.
From the latest foreign advices
we learn the following. It is stated
in Paris that Marshal Bazainc will
shortly accept a command in the
A visit of the Empress of Russia
is looked forward to with great in
terest in London. She will probably -
bly arrive the latter part ot October.
FORT SCOTT , Kan. , Oct. 5.
John Bagby bos keen brought
here and confined in jail charged
with a double murder on the lair
had some difficulty with the owners
of the swing. When they attempt
ed to remove him he plunged a knife
into the abdomen of one of them ,
named Hogsit , completely disem
boweling him , causing death in a
few minutes ; also ho gashed and
wounded in the back the other ,
named Westfall , who cannot re
BOSTON , October G.
Hon. Wm. Maston has accepted
the Democratic and Reform nom
ination for Governor. .
The Democrats and Labor Re
formers in the fifth congressional
district have renominated General
Banks , with good prospectevof elect
ing him. " *
There is considerable disappoint
ment among Democrats here at
Hon. W Stearnes , declining to run
for Congress in Mr. Dawes' district ,
as it was regarded that his nomina
tion was equivalent to an election.
NEW Yonic , Oct G.
The Express says Henry Clevs &
Co. have decided , in fairness to their
customers , to suspe d for a few days
for the recovery of deposits , and
have transferred the remittances
they have received during the past
few days to the custody of the Con
tinental Bank and the credit of those
who remitted them. The firm do
this as a prudential matter , though
a much larger loan than the hun
dred thousand pounds negotiated in
London is expected in a few days.
A challenge was received to-day
from George Slusson , the western
billiard champion , to play a match
game with Rudolph on the follow
ing terms : Contest to take place in
Chicago ; stake.s one thousand dollars
lars a bide ; game to be three ball
French carom ; challenge cup rules ;
six hundred points and Rudolph to
allow Slo son ono hundred and fifty
The challenge of Ira A. Payne to
shoot a match of one hundred pig
eons against. Captain Bogardus , of
Chicago , for $1,000 , was accepted.
WASHINGTON , Oct. G.
The following letter was received
to-day at the postoflice department
from one of the special agents of
the department , now } n Alabama
Investigating the murder of Ivey ,
the mall agent , in the woods near
Livingston , Ala. , September 29 :
"Silt I have just had warrants
issued against nine of the murderers
of Tnomas Ivey , including the sher
iff of this county , and will proceed
to make ar ests immediately. The
reign of terror existing in this coun
ty far exceeds anything of the kind
I have ever seen. Armed bodies of
men are riding over the country ,
and colored people are afraid to go
into the fields to save their crops.
The right of speech Is denied them
and many desire to return to slave
Gen. Sherman left for St. Louis
ast evening , via Cincinnati , where
10 will stop to place his two child
ren at school.
PmSjBURU , Opt p.
' ' '
The Evening Teleg'raph gi'yes 'an
exhibit of the condition of manu
facturing , mining and business'Ins
terests of Plttsburg It shows that
the principal industries of the city
with few exceptions , have recovered
rom the effects of the panic ; the la
bor market is vastly improved in
condition ; most of the mills are run
ning on full time and collect ! msare
easy and money plenty for all legit-
mate operations. The iron manu
factories , except in a few depart
ments , shows signs of old prosperity ;
: he steel wills are running on full
tlniej the pig jron ruarket ; is dull , i
the supply1 being fri excess of the !
demand. The glass business has
lever made a better showing than
tdoes now , as the long suspension
of the works , because of strikes , has
exhausted the supply ; the over pro
duction and high freights haye bad
their natural" effect''oh 'petroleum ;
the coal market'has been depressedi
for a monthi but Is now snowing
signs of activity and the increased
demand from the north and local
manufacturers. The general mer
chandise business of the city Is re
ported dull. All of the railroad
companys report an increased ship
ment of Pittsburg manufactured
articles over last year comparing
the situation with that of the. panic
of 1857. The telegrams'show it to
be unusually better and that in all
departments of manufactures and
business , the outlook in Pittsburg
will in the future exceed the most
sanguine expectations formed
during the panic.
BUFFALO , N. Y. , Oct. G.
The Democrats here nominated
ex-Controller Nicholas and Daniel
Lockwood for Congress and' Ho'ni
A. P. Loring for State Senator.
Governor DIx reviews the eighth
division of the State Guards in this
city to-day. Beside His Excellency ,
the Governor , and his staff , Ad u-
tant Gener 1 Rathbon , Major Gen
ral Hushed Wood and Howard
Hon. James G. Blalne opens the
County and State campaign here on
NEW YORK , October G.
All arrangements have been com
pleted here for the three mile boat
race between John Biglin , of New
York , and James Lenylck , of Peeks-
kill , who rows here to-morrow , over
the same course Ward and Blglln
rowed , for $1,000 and the champion
ship of New York State. A largo
number of sporting men have ar
rived here. In the Battery here to
day Biglin is favorite , at 100 to 80.
Th odds are readily taken by back
ers of Lenylck.
.NEW iORK , October 6.
A special dispatch from Wilkes-
barre , Pennsylvania , says that dis
turbances have occurred at Mooalc
mines , fifteen miles from that city ,
caused by the refusal-of the Hillside
Coal Company to discharge a boss
of the colliery who Is a Welshman.
About eighty men utruck workrand
threaten violence to any parties tak
ing their places. One man was al
most fatally beaten by the strikers
yesterday , and further troubles are
PROVIDENCE , Oct' 6.
Jjieut Mahommed , telegraphic in
specting officer for the Turkish gov.
eminent , and stationed here , suicU
ded by shooting himself In the neck ,
last night. Cause dissipation and
debauenerjv - - -
MOROCCO , Oct. 6.
The Sultan has issued a decree
prohibiting the exportation of cere
als from Morocco for three years.
JLONDON , Oct. C.
A dispatch from Queenstown says
the steamer Faraday will start this
week to pick up the broken cable
and complete the laying the re
BAYONNK , October G.
News has been received hero to
the effect that Don Carlos has been
seriously wounded by a ball fired by
the Carlist mutineers at Duraudera.
JUONDON , October G.
A letter from the Duke of North
umberland is published t6-day
wherein ho denounces the alleged
conversion of the Duchess and him
self to the Catholic Church as a base
CONSTANTINOPLE , Oct. 6.
/acting-Sultan , it is learned
en official authority , under pressure
of England has publicly recognized
the right of his nephew Prince Mu-
, rad to succeed him in Turkey.
BEKLIX , Oct. 6.
Count Van Arraou has been ar
rested for refusing to surrender cer
tain letters addressed to him by Bis
marck while he was ( ambassador at
Paris. His person has been seclu
ded and tis books and correspon
dence seized. - '
LONDON , October 0.
Advices has just reached this city
to the effect that Don Carlos has
died from his wound received at
the hands of the mutineers at
Dwiango. The announcement has
caused considerable alarm among
the Carlists oo-herents.
.LONDON , October I.
Dispatches rec ived here from the
north of Spain contain rumors of
a disruption of the Carlist leaders.
The causes of the disagreement are
not stated. Several leaders , It is
stated , now oppose the further pros
ecution of the campaign , and Gene
ral Dorregary has proposed that all
submltto the Madrid government
under conditions granting them am
PANAMA , October 0.
A comparitire calm exists In
Peru. The following account of nn
attempt on the life of President
Paido , of that Republic. The people
ple of nearly all shades of political
opinion , have sent him congratula
tory messages on his escape , and
the party of administration has
gained largely by the blunder of Us
enemies. A large number of ar
rests have been made by the police
of persons suspectec } of complicity ,
during which , that of the editor of
the Meredeveda newspaper , and
two employees of the Patriot. Al
though the press condemns what Is
termed unwarranted action of the
authorities , the accused receive but
a small amount of popular symp-
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
YORK , October 0.
Money Easy at 2J@3 percent.
Exchange Firm ; 4 8G@4 89.
Gold Firmer ; steady ; opened at
1 10 } ; indications are the market
will go higher , now selling at 1 10 } .
Governments In request and j-
per cent higher ; currency sixes
1 17 } .
Stocks Opened heavy from } © 3
per cent lower with a downward
tendency , caused by a sharp raid by
the bears ; the market has since par
tially recovered , but the prices will
go still lower. Hapottois , one of
the members of the stock exchange
failed to-day , and there are rumors
of commercial failures which de
press the market ; Erie 33 ; PM 47 } :
New York rroauce Market.
.NEW YORK , Oct. G.
Flour Steady ; superfineS.tate
and Western , 4 60@4 80 ; 'extras' ,
' ' " "
" \Vneat \ Steadier : No 1 spring ,
1 8Q(5U ( 22 ] No g Chicago , 1 lla ( > l 12 ;
No 2 Milwaukee spring I 141 14 } .
Corn Itowerj Western mixed ,
afloat , 959Q ,
OftU Easy ; Western mixed , GO ©
Lard Market fhiy ar d. lower ; 14
Whisky 1 08@1 10.
Provisions Quiet and unchanged
axceptPork which is a shade better.
Chicago Prouuce market.
CHICAGO , Oct. fl.
Flour Dull weak ; good
: hoice ; spring extras , 4 G05 00.
Wheat Weak ; cash 91 J , Octo-
jer , 01 J ; November , 91 § .
Corn Quiet ; cash , 76J ; October ,
r979 | ; November's.
Oats Lower ; oash , 4949JiOcto- }
jer , 49 J ; Nov 48J@48 } ; year 47J.
Barley Flrrn ; cash 1 03.
Pork 8teauyf cash 21 75 ; year
? ebruary , 18 25.
Lard Firm ; year , 11 } © ; Feb-
St. Louis Produce market.
ST Louis , October G
Wheat Dull shade lower ; .No 2
ed fall , 1 01@103.
Corn Quiet , held firm No 2. 83.
Oats Firmer ; 52@53.
Rye Firmer , 9091J
Whisky Steady 114.
Pork Dull , 22@22 25.
Lard Lower , summer 13 } .
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , October 0.
Cattle Receipts 3,000. Market
iteady and prices unchanged ; Tex-
m steers , 2 50fSj3 05 ; fan : to choice
iteers , 4 005 05 ; extra , G 257 00.
Hogs Receipts 7COO ; active for
) est , dull for common ; prices weak
ind easy ; poor to medium , 5 00 ©
> 7fi ; fair to choice , 5 806 50.
Sbeeep Common to good. 3 00 ©
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , Oct. i.
Hogs Receipts , 1,550 ; dull ;
itockers 3@3 } bacon grades 5 ©
i } ; butchers 5J@G.
Cattle Receipts , 1,680 ; un-
ihanged ; native steers 46 ; cows
Uld heifers 13J ; Texansl4.
-AND DEALEES IN-
and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COB. 13TH ST
We Call the Attention of tfce Public to our Extensive
And Well Selected Stock for tlie
FALL AND WINTEE SEASON
Comprising ; The Latest Styles in
Oiothing Furnishing Goods.
AIST ) CAPS , TKUtfKS AND YALISES , ETC.
Prices ar © Very "Xiow" to suit ta © Times. Call soon at
M. HELLMAN & CO.
H. A. SHOWN , 248 Douglas Street ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS/CAEPETS ,
AND OIL CLOTH ,
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to ba
sold lower than any other house in the city , consisting of
II1I10I , LOTHi , ESP1LLAH 3 ,
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also VSLT3T&CSAYEII CLOAHINGS.
A FULL STOCK OF StCAWLS. BLANKETS , FLANNELS.
MERINO 1/NDERWEAR AND WORSTED G-OODS.
TABLE LINEIf IN GREAT VARIETY. A FDLL LINE OF
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPETS , OH , CLOTHS , MATM& RUSS , AND MATS ,
Fismituir © , bedding. Mirrors ,
BevBrytlnng pertaining to the FURNITURE and UP
HOLSTERY trade ; has largely increased his stock , and now
has a complete assortment pi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
Tb3 ! § - ° ? ds' hl , ne is offering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desirinl ?
fmything m this line , to examine his stock before pnrchas-
COVERED TO ORDER.
L. YVOODWORTfl ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Wood Stock ,
Patent Wheels , linUldJ Gearing , &c.
Axles , Spring and Tliimb I e Skeins
Carriages , Hacks ajd
Stmlebauker I\V HJO > J Depot.
G , STHIFFLER
CHOC EE.IES ,
Nu i }
Confoc'Ioncry ' ,
J. E. COB. OP TENTH and FABNHAH.
I am ow naanulacturing all varieties or candies j
ill pell a
Dealers fa tUU State u"ed not irant to co East f. r CANDIKS.
A trial is .solicited.
St-t. Oor. X2t3Lx.
B. & J. WILBUR ,
Books and Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Foiirteentb Strsoi , - Omah.a. , 2Teb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
Cor. 13t3a and HCarnsy Streets ,
Fall And Winter Styl
A. POLACK ,
233 Farnliaiii St. ITsar 14th. .
Fine and US.edinm Clotliing ,
and Fmmisaing Goods.
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