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    TH
. OMAHA FRIDAY MORX'ING ' . .
VOL. IV OCTOBER 9. 1874. NO96. .
CHK DAILY BbH. )
DWAKD KObKWATER , Editor and Prop'l
Offlr No. ia * fcnnilmin street.
Mn H neil Tenth.
TEEMS OF SUI1SCKIPTION :
cony , one year. In
ix months in ndrance -
three mentns m advance - 2.
tsril not paid In adrance , 18 per annum will
iicolleted
ICK ,
LEADING HATTER i
Best Goods ,
LOWESTFB.ICES
Farnliam St >
Cppoilto the \
OMAHA.
Gracdlintr 1 Hotel. I .
QHABA BDSmESS DffiECIflRT.
CBAOKtB MA nFAO OS7.
HfcdureA t-mlth. 185 Harner itreet. bet.
1\L llUi ll2ih. . declSU
BOOTS AND BEOE8.
Lang. 155 Farnham at. between 10th
Philip UGh XebUrl
COHFECTIOHFST.
. Latey , corner 12th and Dnuglun atreeia.
HL. nufacturer and wbulrsale do 'er in
cand . and coniectionery. Country trade ao-
Jlcttcd. apltf
COAf. DEALEH8.
TJ Oind i E31I it , coal , lime , cemen thalr etc. ,
J7 ial Farnbam M. feblSmS
PAWN BEOKEP.
h -s TlT / Elgutter , No. 200 Farnbam it. ) e7tf
k LAUHDBT.
kI * npwlann-lrTop'nedat oil IHh at. , het.
A. Fa < nlian.i > nd Dou.las. The vaalilni ; and
I ironlDi will he done to rder , first rlau work
80 , " P AOTOBT.
Tremluin S < up Wor , Powell A Co , at 111
1 manu acfire tbelr Premium oap. Five
first premium tiwanleJ hj the Lougla county
aod tetate fairs , and 1'ottawattamle county , la.
Orders sollitud Iiom the trade
RATH & HANSFN ,
\Vhole a > I enlrr In
H/jiufaoturers ( .f
C IQ--A.
TobaccOf Pipes , &c , , &c ,
163 FIXIA. ST. ,
Bet.Oth illth ,
ettltl.
P.N.GLYNN
. . .
TfUOLESALK AND BETAtt BBit * I
Wines , I iquors , Segars ,
TOB C 0 AXD PIPES.
JBB-Califorila Wine * and Brandiea.TPK
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets opposite the
Post Office building , Umaha. Nebie23U
.roiiiv BAutnii.it.
Practical 'Watchmaker ' ,
171 Farnt-wa , 8. ° - WJlth St.
NEB
OMAHA
J , ROBINS ,
137 am M het.9 h nnd lOlb ,
( Oppoeite Bee Offiw. )
* ' * " * 1 5NE LOAN2I > ON W ATCHE9 , JEW-
> I ei.yfic. Clothing bought and a old.
Jl ipTdlm _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
HOTELS.
GRAND CEJSITR/iL
OMAHA , HEBRABKA
The largrtt and best hot between Chicago
find tun Francisco.
Opened new fcepleml'crSOlb , 1873.
' vnRn If l.Vo. TMKALL. Proprietor.
*
Un : ) ed States Hot I ,
COK. DOUGLAS AND TENTH iTBEETB.
mnEUNDEESl'-'NED r arectfnlly announ
I nuribancd and reft ted , h.
, e that he has
aio ell , eland i"o ready toweo
th public , with board I.d" 'fr '
onal.le raU-a. WILLIAM iEHB Prep.
' 7 * 1
JulT22 _ _ _
OaUfornia House.
JEITZ HAFJlEE , Prop'r.
No I7t > Doughiaatreet , corner IJtb , Om ha ,
KehrisUa to rd l > y theday or week.
June 1. Tl
I
jjUTDIiB SOUSE.
On 9/A , bet. Farnham cnt Jlanay Stneti ,
Tl AS been entirclr refiittrd at d re urni hed.
H nd will accommodate all to the beat ol
board at $1,80 per d y ; 40c per smglemBal.
C , V , & S , M , HAERYMAK ,
1 > rol'r eton > '
Central House
' o. 630 Sixteenth Btrett ,
5 I Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE. Prop'r.
Dar and week Board at reasonable rate *
flral-clau bsr attached to the house.
Je27 S _
Sontliern Motel.
frpBtisff on 4th , ! ti tpd Walnstntiu
St. Louis , - Mo.
Jjaveille , "Warner & Cp. ,
The Southern Hotel is flr t-cl ss In all lt
ol nuients. Ita tabl * re at all limn iiip-
n
nlied In tb * create" ! abunijance , with 11 th
nelln.c cs tbcma.ket. affor. ! , Ita clerea and
.mnloWs are " ! pollt * and attentive to tbf
SSRff iSff r-i fhe hotel 1 b-r. i. an
.rleadinfrom the tnt flooi
lmproTelrieTa ?
on * , Bailroad and tte.ml.pai .
the
to ui per
. . . fluiou
Icket offiei. . newa t.nd. .nd wwvcrr
Ul ir ph offl In th * otiinila of bet < -l
. J. CONISEIX ,
AND
for Second Judicial
Kf > > rlct Attorney
icial District.
OFHCS-Pouth eWe of Karnham , between
1WH n i th.t . . or r * > l ' " " lton
I
_ XU.M.
BAIITX & O'BRIEBT ,
ATTOENEYS LAW
Offict Caddwell Block , Douglas Ftreet ,
NEBRASKA.
OMAUi. - - - -
PAHKB GODWIN ,
Attorney at Xaw
( Uellman BUek. )
491 THIETEENTH STKEBT. OMAHA
JOHN W. LTTLE ,
So Icitor U
-Ortr Pint tfatlml Buk.
An indiscriminate slaughter in
clothing and gents' furnisbins
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
cbevoit shirts ot our wn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 296 Faruhain street.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
may Iy26
Hamlet Orum ,
CnNEHAL DEALER IX
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
9th at , between Jones an J L/caven worth gti.
TO THE PUBLIC A MOST COMplete -
OFFERS line of Drv Go xls. Fancr Goo1 ,
Woolen and Cotton lanucls , Wrapovr 1'eL.iins
Wo-ili n ShavU and all kiuds of fall and winter
mater al for ladlfs' an < 1 ciiiMri-ns' dr.FVS. AI
to Callcoe * t all cradei'and lierip ion < a i-pc-
elaltf Boots and f lioei tor ladle * ' Rents' and
children * ' wrar. sepMd3nn , *
DKEHTXSTS ,
OFFICE , No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- CP STAIRS.
BeU3th414hSs ! ! CB.SAKA.
nBlilf ) .t i > r " * ! pl nTlV > ii ! ! i < in the city
OR , A , S , BiLLINGS- ,
1DEH1TTTST ,
13 33 , Oc'rvnxirfina. J3 1. .
B t. 1 < th and 14th , up stain.
'eeth cttracUxl without pain , by ueoof H\ \
trou < Oxide 'ia .
= eStf
BIRB.J K. VASI UlSIlCf K
Eclectic Physician
Residence and ofSc. 230 Dudge st bet 14th nnd
15th sta.
Mpecial attention paid to ohctelrles and dls
asea peculiar to women and children. f9tf
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Dispenses hla own modclnes. and beside *
regular practice , makes B'-cciaJlliea of Deranj -
menu and Pioeates Peculiar to Women , Fistu
la , Piles and otber Diseases of the Bectum.
OFFICE : Corner Farnbam anJ 14th utreet * ,
flrstdoor to the ri < ht. up i 1 . Rcsldenc ,
210 Douglsa street , between 12 and 1Mb , next
to Lutheran Church , Omaha , K h
lx > rk
VAX DORA'S MACHINE
All klndi of light anil heavy
WACniXEBY 3TLADE & REPAIUED.
258 HABHET BTBEEl. OMAHA
wnl'ill
SPENCER'S
Fruit am Confectionary
Cor. 13th aud -a\einvorlh
y4Sm AT THE BUIDUE
WILLIAM SEXATJER.
225 r TJi'iani Street * - Omaha , Neb
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALKR UT
FUliNITORE , BEDDING , ETC.
II. C.
-MANUFAClUKt ) ' AM > DKALEE IN
BOOTS < fe 8HOES
10 IStb St. Between i arnbam 9 < 1 Douglar
a 13
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Justice of the Peace
Office urer tno btato Bant , cornnruf Farn.
ham aud 13th nrwtn.
NEW SALOON-
HENBY , the popular Sil on ke pr , hasre-
Btted up the b nenipnt of o d llrrald Im Ming
or 13tn and lK > uglas Sts , whre , in c nnoc-
tlon w th hU btr he fettuta t.unch ever
mornlnR id ( iRAND LUNCU tVEIlY hAP-
Give him a call * ulUf
Schneider & linrmesttr
Manufacturers ol
TIN , COPPEK AND SHEET IRQ ?
WARE. DEALERS IN
Conking and Hpatin Storps.
Tin Hoofing , Spouting and Gutter1 IK ilon
< nort notice an < i Ir tb best maan r.
U , P , R , K , IVSEAT MARKhT ,
16th street bet California 5S < 1 Webiter.
KEFP ON HAND THE BFST
supply of FRE&II AXD SALTED
MEA'S. Also a larse mock of Fine SuRar
ured Hams and Breakfast Bacon , at the low-
it rtt . WM AUST A KNOTII ,
Iroprietora.
The Sioux fltr n < l Par me Hatlroaii ,
la Onntetlon with ttj
SIOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
It Oi mlUi the ahorteit route from Omaha
and Council Bluffs to St. Panlv Ulneanolls ,
Stlllrratfr , AnoVs , Dnlnth , Bismarck , and all
points IB Minnesota.
Train leayes Oruaha dally , ( execp Saturday )
at 6 o.clock p. m. , and Council aluBs at 8:05 p *
m , from Chicago A North-Western Depot.
Fare as LOW and Unions QUICK as
by any olber Lino.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS ,
Be sure TOUT ticket reads VIA Siour City ,
thus avoiding circuitous routes and luidnignt
tranif r .
Tickets can Tie rnrchaselTit the offices of the
Chicago & Northerslern Hallway in Omaha
and Council BluBs.
J C , BOYDEN ,
Qen'l Pass. Jt Ticket Agf St P. A a. C. R. R.
bt Paul , Minn.
F. a IIILL ,
Oen'l Pass , and Ticket Agt. , S.C. & P. , Sioux
City , Iowa.
CtfCO.V. . QBATTON , Agent.
163 Farnham Street , OmabaNeh. *
Inlr 2fl. tf
< 3-r-o .t "VTCToettorxi
Corner of Cnmtcgs and Tweaty-iecosd streets
The finest lager baer con
stantly on hand.
C1IAS. WEYIIULLEIJ , Prop
B. eKKB . c. j. KARUA B
.GllEHE Jc K.VRBACH ,
15th st. between Farnham an arney i *
NEB.
OMAHA , y -
MAKUTACTCBKR OI
Spring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES JLND CllKllGES.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
AGHICOLTURAL IMPLEMENTS 1
4TPENTION PAID TO
PABTICDL1R .kuti > a.
WBepattlng of wagon and blkcktmlthtnj
prompUT dm * at reasgaable prices '
MIDNIG-HT.
THE "WEST.
A Salt Lake Grand Jury Indie
One of Their Own Number
For Having Five Wives.
JjAiCE , October 8.
The grand jury to-day indicted or.
ofthciro\vn number , Thos. E.Ricks-
for lacivious cohabitation He is
charged with having live wive * ,
three of whom were married to him
since 1862. His own daughter ap
pearing as on oof the principal wit
nesses.
SAN FUANCISCO , October fi.
. Dr. Bice , coroner of the city , has
been held to answer be'oro the
gcandjury for embezzelmcnt and
misdemeanor in oiTicc.
All the saloons in thi * city where
waiter girls a-e employed were
employed were closed last night ,
undfr the new ordinance.
Mr J F Eekfelt , superintendent in
the new branch mint , hhot himself
through tLe head at Oakland to-day.
The cau-e of the suicide is yet un
known , but is supposed to have been
done in a fit of mental aberation ,
caused by overwork.
WASHINGTON- . 8.
The committee appointed by the
Boston Board of Trade to confer
with the Secretary of the Trea ury
on the subject of the revision of the
: aritr , has not , as yer , indicated
whether it proposes to come here in
advance of the preparation of his
annual report by the Secretary.
Senator Sherman , Chairman of the
Finance Commute , and Representa
tive Dawes , Chairmnn of the Com
mittee on Ways and Means , have
both devoted con&iderable time ,
during recess , to the consideration
of the laws effecting customs duties
and a better method of collection of
the same.
Both Mr. Sherman and Mr. Dawes
haxo received numerous letters from
importers , urging the substitution
of specific for ad valorem duties
where it can possibly bi done theo
retically. Nothing can be fairer
than adyalorem duty , but both mer
chants and appraisers often find it
extremely difficult to agree upon a
valuation , and experience has also
proved that it is frequently the
source of great corruption and abuse.
Another point in connection with
this matter which is being carefully
looked into is the propriety of dis
pensing with superfluous custom
houses , of which there are quite a
number. But without a bill is re
ported before the holidays the
prospect of securing a very ma
terial revision of the present tarifl
is not very promising ; its not impro
bable that the duty on tea and coffee
may be restoied. Government loses
yearly millions of revenue by the
abolition of duties on these products
and they have not , in consequence
thereof , been cheapened one cent to
the consumer.
8 S Kimball , chief of the revenue
marine bureau , of the treasury de
partment , hasnotycr completed the
selection of points on western lakes
to establish life-saving stations , au
thorized by law of last Congress ; he
is inspecting the coast of lake Erie ,
and is expected Jjoine as soon
as the exact locatloi ) of the
stations are determined upon -after
the slips have been selected and
stations erected a patrol of men to
march from one stated point along
HP ) coast to another , will be formed
for the purpose pf watching for ves
sels in distress and qn discovering a
wreck these men will immediately
signal the lookout at the station ,
thus securing prompt action.
JUOBIT.K , Ala , Oct. 8.
The case of the Sumpter Commis
sioners is still pending before the
United States courts. Two of the
counsel submitted their arguments
yesterday. Dr. Turner sought to
istabllsh the existence of conspira-
jy. John Little Smith followed for
the defente , and bought to M'IOW
there was no conspiracy. The defense - i
fense will also endeavor to prove an i
ilibi. Further arguments will be
heard to-day.
Testimony in the Sumpter county
murder case cl sed to-day. Evi
dence was very conflicting. "Wit
nesses for the prosecution , except
Henry Keatler , Billings' law part
ner , have been colored. Witnesses
for the defence are partly white and
partly oqlqred , One colored witness
i rtlio prosecution Jtlprjtjfied nm
roe and ElfllocU , and dore posl-
; ively tbat they were present
md assisted In the Killing ,
tlong with twenty or twenty-
ive others. The witnesses
iworo that they were } n the road at
he time of tbo killinjr. Billman
ivaa not Identified , and will probab-
y be discbargjh ] . Evidence for es-
ablishins an alibi In faypj" of Ken < r
roe and Bulleck is sffong. Several"
) artles swore positively that tlfey
vere at their homes , tb.e nearest e ;
ng nlnu miles from the scene of the
nurder There la eome discrepancy
tbout the name of Hiilman. He is
jailed in the nlliduvit and warrant
'or his arrest William Hlllman but
i Is true name Is Philip A. Hiluian.
Dhe two mnln witnes.-es fortbo
) rosecution s > uore that Billings was
tilled between sunset and duskjun
Saturday , August 1st , as he as
idmg alomr the public road iiear
lis residence in Sumpter "county. "
Both man and horse wen killed
md were found dead .Sundaymorn-
. >
np. v
They also swore tbat RenTfoe ,
: amo out of ihe woods and said-
, vith an oath , "halt , " when tbo ,
> thers rose and fired. Nothing was"
iroven by the prosecution , as to his
previous threats by either of the
msoners against Billings. Tlfe
insoners are quite respectable Io6k-
nj ; young men , are farmers * n
jtnnter county. The commi ion. r
endered his decision in the Stimt r
: ounry case this afternoon , by m
ultting Henfroe and Bullock lO ) jail
ivithout bail , and dkeharging Hill-
aaan , The commkalonenPrefused
to enter into the Iponstiu-
tionality of the law , anJLbased
liin decision upon the faot\tbat
while no evidence eslabHshedTirii
ilibi in the ca es of Bullock and
Renfroe , the evidence against them
was strong enough to jrstify a com-
tnlttal. Attcr this decision , and be
fore it was rurrled into effect , th'e
CTnited Sates ! dlstrlo'attorney usked
the commissioner to bold Hillthan
until a new aflldavit. charglngjiira
witbthe whipping-of Wilsun , coad >
be prepared , and a warrant was IsS
tued for his arrest This the com 1
rnissioner refused to do , and subse
quently Hiilman told the distriptj
attorney that bewouldappear ;
fireball ,
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for the Omaha Daily Bee ,
bv th Atlantic and Pacific TelemPh Co.
OTTAWA , Oct. 8.
The meeting of the Lumbermans'
Association to day was a failure , not
being attended by any of the lead
ing lumbermen of this district.
MACON , Ga , Oct 8.
The election in this city , yester
day , resulted in a complete victory
for the Democrats. The greatest
enthusiasm prevails , and nodisturb-
ance whatever occurred.
NEW YOKK , Oct. 8.
Steerage rates across the Atlantic
have been still furxher reduced by
some of the competing companies.
The price in Saturday's steameris to
be $10.
- -CJTAIUESTON , S 0 , Oct 8.
Mayor Cunningham of this city
has been indicted for official mis-
conduot Tne hearing in the case
is fixed for this week , but it is hard
ly thought it can be sustained.
Nnw YORK , Opt. 8.
Among the arrivals from Europi
yesterday were Mrs. Lee NeiKon
Hon. John F Hoflman , General E ,
Lr Banks and Robert B Minturn
It is rumored that Meggatt , Hav
land & Co. , dry goods merchants ,
jave failed.
OTTAWA , Ont. , Oct. , 8.
It is now generally understood
hat tlieDoiniiiioii toeminent con-
emplates the speedy estahlifhmeu
of a military academy at Kingston
on the same plan as the "West Point
academy.
Nr.wYoiiK , Oct. 8.
Muvor llavemeyer was to-day
erved withbimimonsandcomplaint
n the suit of John Kelly , for libel ,
the damages being laid at S50jOOO.
No order of arrest has yet been is
sued.
LONDON , Oct. 8.
Reports of the Erie railroad ac
counts , published to-day , cau&ed
great excitement in the stock mar-
Ret , Erie bhares decliniug one and
a quarter per cent.
A sppcial from Berlin says the
Von Arnim atluir looks serious.
The Emperor has ordered a strict
search for the missing papers.
AVoncisTCR , Mass. , Oct. 8.
In he Republican State Conven
tion yesterday , Mr. Dawes , on tak
ing the chair , spoke at some length ,
mainly on national affairs. After
thanking the convention for th&
honor conferred on him , he remind
ed them of the past glory of the
Repub jean party in Massaphusetts *
and counselled them to make the
party worthy of success in the fu
ture. He said it was the duty5of
the party to solve the problem of
cheap transportation ; to lighten the
burden ot taxation ; to aid the na
tional organization in the Work of
keeping the Democrats from power ;
to cherish rhe precious legacy of tlie
civil rights bill ; to punish corrup
tion ; to maintain public faith , and
to lift the currency to a specie basis ,
rhe question of centralization was
illuded to as one of the great nation-
il questions of thcji hour , but the
speaker did not commit himself
Cither way. At the conclusion of
the speech a motion was carried
that tjo | convention proceed to bal
lot for candidate for Governor , The
iotp was taken by counties , and re
sulted in thei nomination of Mr.
Falhot by 755 out of 1,042. The
esult of the ballot was received with
sheers. The ( first ballot for Lieu-
: enftut Governor , resulted in no
ihojce , apd , on motion of Mr. Klm-
jall , that Mr.H. . C. Knight , who
eceived the /highest number ol
rote , be declared the nominee the
notion was carried unanimously.
The committee on resolutions re
ported atffollows :
ThB-"R/ > publicans of Massachu
ietts , 'proud of their -party record ,
eatliriU their devotion to the great
muclples of justice upon which It
vas founded , and pledge their best
md constant endeavors to the
namialnauce of those principles in
he { future. Therefore be it
Resolved , That a sound curren-
sy Lfindispen&able to national pros
perity , and that to that end the na-
iori must make Its promises to pay
jqual to gold , which Is the recog-
lized standard of value throughout
he civilized world ; that It is the
luty of Congress to adopt such
neasures as should safely and
ipeedily lead to the equalization of
ralues ; and that no inflation of cur-
' .enpy by adding to the government
ssues should be pern.ittod
Hesolved , That Massachusetts
las been with adherence the at-
eropt- ' through bonded leagues to
leprlve whole classes of our popula-
ion of their constitullonal preroga-
ivo-- and the amplest protection of
? very Individual jn his civil rights
md privileges is the tlrst duty or the
tional Government. Therefore ,
ve , as representatives affirm an un-
haken faith i'u equality of all citi-
ens before thelaw.an'd gratitude to
he President of the United" States
or his prompt interference "gainst
he efl'ort of usurpation over a recog
lizod State government , and for his
letermined opposition toward all
Movements and combinations seuk-
ng to abridge , limit or restrain tbo
ighta of any portion of the Ameri-
; an people.
Resolved , That the Republican
mrty of Massachusetts demand and
\ ill require of nil persons holding
illices , whether national , state or
nunicipal administration of Gov-
( rnrapnt which shall conform to the
lighest standard ot honesty , iuteg-
iy and economy to this end ; that
he public indebtedness may bo
lonorably and speedily paid , and
be burden of taxation lightened.
Resolved , That the record ot the
ppubllcan party of Massachusetts
s a sufficient guarantee of the con-
inucd sympathy with that leglsla-
ioii which will promote the best in-
erests of labor and tend to the mor-
d and intellectual elevation of all
) ersons engaged In Industrial pur-
mlts.
mlts.Resolved
Resolved , That In the nomination
> f Hot : Thomas Talbot as Governor
his town expresses its appreciation
> f his distinguished public services
md relying upon his administrative
jxperience and bis personal purity
md his sterling Integrity , , and feel
ionfldont ot his triumphant election
md very heartily commend him
md other nominees of this conven-
ion to the suQVage of our fellow olt-
zens. The resolutions were unan-
mously adopted.
A motion was adopted tendering
lie thanks of the convention , to
[ Jon H L Dawes for his services as
fresideat. Mr Dawed - re turned- -
ibanksBfor courtesies. "The oouven
t adjourned. "
CINCIXXATI Oct 8.
The main supply of pipe of the
city water works burst this morn
ing , overflowing the streets and cel
lars in the vicinity of tlie break.
The contents of a , coal yard were
swept away. Tfie extent of the
damage will not be heavy.
Mrs. Perkins who recently at
tempted suicide after murdering
her child is very low this morning
and is though cannot recover.
BALTIMORE , Oct 8.
The Fair of the Maryland agri
cultural society was opened tu-duy.
Senator Thtirman delivered aiAira-
tion at 1 o'clock , giving a revicw'of '
the rise and progress of agricultural
industries in this country , showing
most satisfactory results. Secretary
Bristow and postmaster general
Jewell are expected to visit the fair
grounds to-day. Several races will
take place this afternoon , and the
hurdle race and steeple chase Mill
coma ofT to-morrow.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Oct. S.
Last evening , between the hours
of bix and seven , a young man
hamcd A. S. Sounders , a native of
Butler county , Nebraska , who was
on his way to visit us relations re
siding near Lewis , Cass county ,
low a , was shot by an un known man
as he was walking from the Trans
fer depot up town , the ball taking
effect in the back of his neck and
making an ugly , but not dangerous
wound. He grappled with the vil
lain , but could not retain his hold.
The man shot at him again , the ball
grazing tlie little linger of his left
hand. The man then tied. Saunders -
ders went east this morning.
KK\V YOKK , October 8.
Letters i.i the Herald dated Lon-
don.Kept. 2Gsays : On the arrival a
Queenstown of the American
steamer with papers containing
Moulton'8 statement , one or tw <
London correspondents telegraphet
it to their papers Subsequently
the telegraphic authorities jatoppec
the transmission of the statement as
containing objectionable/ matter
and notified the London papers o ;
the improper character of the press
as placed on the \yires by corres
pondents. The post office authori
ties have prohibi tea jits publication
before inhibition was promulgated ,
however , severalrjournals has re
ceived the report/a portion of which
was published in the Standard and
Daily News , jf
PHILADELPHIA , Oct. 8.
The heavy rain which fell here
List night'bas been doing considera
ble damage in some sections of this
3ity. By the overflowing of the
; ulvert at Eighth street the cellars
if tlie stores between Market and
A.rch streets are generally flooded ,
loing a large amount of damage to
roocjs
A collision occurred this morning
it the intersection of the Northern
Pennsylvania & Junction railroads ,
n the northern part of tbs , | city , be-
; ween a passenger train from Hat-
) ere , on the former road
md a Now York freight tram
> n the latter. The roads cross at
ight angles , and at a grade , the
ipproach to the intersection being
n full sight. Bv some confusion of
Ignals , both trains continued mov-
ng though not at a high rate of
peed. The freight engine struck
he lower part of the passenger
rain , overturning the naggag ,
racking , and two passenger oars ,
mt causing no , serious injuries bc-
end a few serious bruises and a
; reat fright.
JARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money" Market.
NEW i'ORK , October 8.
Money Easy at 23 per cent.
Exchange Steady ; at 4 86 for CO
ays , 4 89 sight.
Gold Weak and lower ; opened
11 09J ; declined to 109 } ; now sell-
jg at 1 08- .
Governmentsy-Steady ; currency
ixes 1 17 $ .
Stocks Opened generally dull
nd volume of business moderate ;
t this hour the market is steady ,
rithout any special feature ; Erie ,
SJ ; P M 48J ; U P 361 ; WU 80J.
lew York Produce Market.
.NEW VUKK , Oct. 8.
Breadstuffs Generally heavy.
Flour Dull ; superfine State
nd Western , 4 504 70.
Wheat Easy ; No 1 spring ,
< 20(5U ( 22 ; No 2 Chicago , 111 ( 112 ;
Io 2 Milwaukee spring 1 15 bid.
Corn Quiet ; Western mixed ,
float , 06 } .
Oats Strong ; Western mixed , GO
&G3.
Rye Quiet.
Barley Strong.
Provisions Quiet and unchanged
Chicago Pruuuce market. .
CHICAGO , Oct. 8.
Flour Dullweakgood ; to choice
pring extras , 4 7o5 00 ; low to
ledium 4 2o@4 50 ; supers 300@
QOWheat
Wheat Strong ; cash 92J , Nov.
I } ; ' Dec. 92i.
Corn Quiet ; cash , 79 | ; year 72 }
72J.
Oats LowerjVash , 49 @ 49J ; No-
ember 48J.
Barley Firm ; cash 1 09@1 10 ;
iovl 07 } .
Rye 83.
Highwlnes 1 03.
Pork Steauy ; ca h 21 50 ; year
r 80 ; February , 18 00.
Lard Firm ; year , 11 j@ ; Feb-
lary 11 | < Sllf. )
Gold Closed at 110.
hicago' Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , October S.
Cattle Receipts 2 500 ; fairly ne
ve ; prices firmer ; Mockers 2 40@
30 ; fair to choice steers 4 00@6 35' ;
'oxan6teere2SO@412J '
Hogs Receipts 12,000 ; firm and
oed demand for good to choice ,
there dull , weak ; common to choice
30@6 CO ; extra 0 750 90 ; infe-
ior -20@0 25.
Sheep Receipts 900 ; fairly ae-
ive ; easier , sales , poor to choice
504 50.
lew York , Live Stock Market.
.NEW xoiiK , Octobers.
Cattle Receipts 4,540. Market
) fair for good cattle , and dull tor
nmmon. Sales of natives at 8 CO
i > 815 ; bat the bulk ofjthe sales were
t 9 0011 50. Texans , 0 009 75.
Hogs Receipts 8,000 ; Market
* quiet for live hogs at 5 756 50 ;
8 00@8 75.
Sheep and .Lambs RecJits 7,000 J
larket is a fraction higher but
? eak , though there is a fair de-
land. Sheep , 4 60G 25 ; lambs ,
000860. -
x , Octobers.
Hon. Mr. DNraeli is quite ill at
bis residence with the gout.
CAIRO , Egpyt , Oct S.
Ihe emperor of Morocco will
shortly visit England , and stay sev
eral weeks.
LONDOX , Oct. 8. *
The residence of Hepworth Dixon
nas entirely wrecked by a recent
explosion on Regents Park Canal.
BAYONNL , October 8.
Advices have been received here
giving authoritative contradiction
tn the reports of the death of Don
Carlos.
. , October 8.
Much dissatisfaction is expressed
in the stock exchange at the delay
in the distribution of reports of the
Erie Railway company.
DUBLIN , October 8.
A movement is on foot hero to
give a fitting reception to the Iilsh
rifle team on their return ; the pros-
ppctofavi&it from the American
team gives much satisfaction.
LISBON , Oct 8.
Private dispatches from Monte-
veido via Rio Janeiro regardiug-the *
upiising in Entreriascontain rumors
to the effect that a collision lias oc
curred between thegovernmeutand
insurgents with loss oflife. . . The
absence of official information con
cerning the reported engagement ,
causes great anxiety.
-Loxnox , Oct. 8.
The following dispatch has been
received here , causing great excite
ment :
VBuenos Ayres , October 7 _ The
first engagement between the gov
ernment troops and insurgents took
place n ar this city to-day. The
government 'roops were debated
and compelled to retrea * , after sus
taining considerable loss.
The government is endeavoring
to raise a war fund loan of 500 , ' 00
sterlinor.
STOVE
E. F. COOK ,
637 14th St. , between DongLu ,
Manufacturer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
W.re , and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stove s
, Japanned an < l Krenfh War rn
and. linlto fliig. Untten nd Spoutin : and
orb-Ion and < .nri-nnl I.
201 Farobcua St. . Bet. 14th A ISth
VICTOR e.
Physician 1 Surgeon ,
241 Farnham Street ,
Over Ish's Drug store.
septKHly
G. "W. HOMAN , Sr. ,
iflers for the necessities of ; the public , a
First-Class Hearse M Carriages ,
All orders promptly a'tended to by
jem at Cor. l. h and Haruev bts. aciltt
F. A. PETEKS.
laddie and Harness Maker ,
ANli
'o. 274 7nrutinrn n . b'l. 15 Hi < < b tr.tli
i LL orders ami repairing promptly atten led
A to - < rd satisfaction guarra : t c < l
* pile ! inr hulm
A
3th St. , bet. Farnham and Hartley.
,11 kinds of TAILORING , CLEANING and
REPAI"INO donfl HI rntknnr'iln
EEDMAN & LEWIS ,
Jor. 1 6th and Izard Stieets.
nun
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
Je2Slm
SHERIFF'S fcALK
By Tlrta * of an ordir of sale issued out o' the
Utrict Court for Douglas County , Nebraska ,
d t' m * directed , I will , on t'oiSth ' da ) of
ctuber , A D. 1874 , at 10 o'clock t > . m of a lid
ly , at the south oor of the Court Hout .In
leclty of Omaha , in said county , cll at motion
purl of th property described iu ta d order n
° *
Hwit :
Beginning at the north east corner of the
lUtheastqutcrcfterti n sUteen (1C ( ) , town-
lip fi'teen ( 5) ) . north , of rane th .teen (13) ( ) ,
> tnnd ruunlnptliC' ce > outh fi chain.- , thence
en 8V chains , tlience north G cnalns , thence
st & % chains to the plicc of beginning , ron. 3
iring 5 acrrs , more or less , in a > d Douglas
n T , -at'sfy a Judgment of faid C-iurt , re-
.TereJ . by Ji.'in I IVdlck and Clinton Brljji
vlnil Archibald T. Finn
ALFKI-D HURLEY , Sheriff.
Oicahx-September 2 ,
Sept25-dltawfor5w
JOHN fl. GllEEN ,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GRAIN , FLOUR AND FEK1) ,
coMirrssiON
ELECTION PROCLAMATION ,
Notice It hereby etren to the quillfied electors
! theCitv of Om ha , that a cpeci.il Election
ill be held within and for the City < if Omaha ,
u Tuesday the 13th day of Octcbcr , A D. 1871.
> r the purpose of submitting to tlif qualt-
ectorsof saldotty tha following propoalilon ,
"Shall bonds of the city of Omaha he i saedbv
iM tity in ihosum cf four hundred thousand
ollars , due In tTCJ.ty years with interest at
Ight per cent , per arnum , to be uw l for the
urp * e of erecilnp , or ptocuriDg the erebtlon
f Water Works , in the Ci'y "f Omaha. "
Said proposition , entire , shjll be wrlttaa or
rinted upoo each ballot , and the vote tb rcon
lallbeonly "Yea" or "No , " written or priut-
1 below said proposition , upjn the ganiQ
illot.
At said Special Election the polls will be
pcned at 9 o'clock A. M. , and be kept open
ntil 7 o'clock P. M. , at the fo lowiug places :
Irst Ward at Turner Hall.
eeond Ward at i-nzine Uou e , Ko.3.
hird Ward at Engine House. No 2.
'ourthW'rd at Sheriff * Office , Court House.
IHh Wttxl at Penmylvanla Uorue , Chicago
street.
jxth Ward at Engine House , J o. 1.
In wltneM whereof I hayo hereunto set ray
acd. aud caus ° d the real o ! said city to be
ermnto affixed , tbU 17ta day of Septeciber ,
. . D. 1871.
CIIASK ,
_
C
M. C
1LO THIE
AND DEALERS IS
OOOIDS ,
221 and 223 FARNHAM STREET , COR. 13TH ST
We Call tlie Attention of tlie Public to our Extensive
And "Well Selected Stock for the
4 FALL AND WINTEE SEASON
Comprising The latest Styles in
othing Furnishing Goodn.
S A1STD CAPS , TRUNKS AND YALISESETC.
Ovrr Prices are Very "Iiow" to suit tti © Times. Call soon at
M. HELLMAN & CO.
, Si873.
. BRQWlf , 248 Douglas Street ,
THOLESALE3AND RETAIL
Y GOODS CARPETS ,
AND OIL CLOTH ,
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to ba
sold lower than acy other house in the city , consisting of
UJ & > J. & Afl JL5 JJ IS AH JL &l |
ALPACAS & MOHAIRS , also VELVET & BEAVER CLO AKItfQS.
A. FULL STOCK OF StIAWLS , BLANKETS , FLANNELS.
MERINO UNDERWEAR AND WORSTED GOODS.
TABLE LIKE5 IN GBEAT TARIETY. A FDLL LIKE OP
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CARPSTS , OIL GLOTES , MATTINS RUfiS. AND MATS ,
Furniture , beddin
. . _ . . _ . . _ . .
> - ' --f r * * - -i I - Jb. WAbU 'j * MI > bv v/o. V J.iJH/i V LfckJV Vl. OJ.iO O UIX. d kWL JJ.VJ VV
las a complete assc.tment pi FINE , MEDIUM and LOW
PRICED goods , which , he is pffering at such REDUCED
PRICES as to make it to the interest of everyone desiring
inything in this line , to examine his stock before purchas-
? ARLO G3 T5 , LOUNGES &c.5 UPHOLSTSBEB-ANP
COVERED TO RDER.
" 5. SHIVERIC3S ,
2O3 E * , Stroot.
L. WOODWOKT1T ,
138 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
WAGO1T
Wood Stock ,
HARDWARE ,
Patent Wheels , Fiaialied Cairinj , to.
xlc , Springs and Thimble Skeins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hacks nd Buggies
SttidcViacker jonj Depot.
mohGLt
G. STHIFFLER
DEALER IN
3 S. O C SHIES ,
rovMons
Frnlls ,
Au s ,
Confectionery ,
Tobacco ,
E. COB. OP TEHTH and FABKHAM.
iHt
WHOLESALE ,
Iam ow manulacturing all varieties oi candies j
andjwill sell a
S T IE IR , 3ST K , I O
Dealers In this State iieed not want to tro East f.u CANDIES.
A trial Is solicited.
I3tOor - -
mchllt1
B. & J. WILBUR ,
Books and i
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
Street. - Omaha. ,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
art Imjr
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Cor. 13th , and Saraey Streets ,
Fall And Winter Styles
A. POLACK ,
C L O T H I
238 Farnliam St. ITaar
fine and Medium Clothing ,
and FurnisLing Goods.
TSIEI