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THE OMAHA BE
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OMAHA TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 19 , 1875. NO. 183
CHEIAll.YBEK . _
StsWAUD BOSEWATEU , Editor and Prop'i
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. Later , corner 1UU. .nd PouglM atreeu
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Elgntter , No. 200 Farnham t. elTti
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Soap WcrU , Powell 4 Co , sUl
uu cnrec i PTrtiilam bMP.-
GA vremium Awarded liy the i.ougJacount j
andfewte fairs , and
Orders soll-dUsd Iroia the trade
, B.ABK01.D.M V Offi e. < S312tli..trecl .
12th nn.1 . Uo * rl.
H U.BENJAMI-5.M.D. Offcc.n w. wr
Her 15th and loufUt ; .esMinoe , 412 IBtl
street , south otbt. Mflry'aaTenue.
yiCTOE H. COFFMAK , M. D. Office. 24
up stairs _
J. R. CONKLING , M 1) . Office. Creightoi sUi
cornrrlSardltouKlM : res-donee
l between 15tli nuJiah rtrtets.
J. C. DENISE , SI H. Office , r. w. corner o
Dodge and lOtn ; resld nw , s. w. corner o
Dodge and 19th.
H. P JEKPE . M. D. Offiea northwest cor
nsruf DouiOasand IHh ; rca dentc , soutbeas
corner of Jonei and ISth.
re'idencc , i ort , w t comer ol 2
ter. _ _
H.P MA.TOEWSON. II. U. Office , north
cait corner Fa nhaw and 13 h streets ; resl
dt-noe , bt tween 19th and -Qth.on Oss. _
2.C. MOOBE , SI. D Office , room No. t
orer Marti B'S drue store , corner Itongla * an
14th streets residence , corner ol Bart and .ot
J. P PECK , SI. D. Office , roems No. 7 an
S Martin's Block , ornsr of Douglas and litl
residence , No. K6 Darenport street. _
OEORQE TII.DEN. SI. POtflce. . soul
rooms , Bos. land 2 , over SI nrn's drnj ? s'or <
Douglas and 14th ; residence , northwc-st corne
Cumii'gs and IStb.
O. & MOSELL , SI. D. , Oiu ha.
. .C. GBAVES ,
Attorney at-Xia'c .
Boom 5 Creichton Block.
RAVAGE & MANDERSON
Attorneys at Law ,
WZ FAB1.HAM 6TBEAT.
T C. CO WIN ,
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ATTORITEYS AT LAW
jHFFICE-CreSsbton BlocS. Omana , Neh
O. BAX.LOU ,
Office n CrBlghton'ii uew block , ) utheast c
room , floor.
fe , Douglas Street ,
OMAHA , - -
PAKKE GODTVIN ,
( Ilcllinan KUrk.1
490 THiaTEEin-H STSEET. OMAHA
126 lu >
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S. E , Cor 15th and Pouglas Streets.
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SPAUN & PRiTCHEIT
ittetBoys iiid Couasclors at La
Office. COS Tweif. i brfwt-
Attorney for becoau Ji
ot Farnbam , hetw
iiVUCS South aide
1 16thaM16th SU. , opposite Court House
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DtXTER L THOMAS ,
Literacy and Counselor at Lie
o VfeacWi Bled
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Iho Senatorial Cauldron Steaming
Up-A $100,0 'OMetcorlUumis-
ales the Senatorial Horizon ,
aud as Suddenly Fades .
( Special correspondence of the T re. )
LINCOLN , January 16 , ' 75.
EDITOK BEE :
The announcement of the arrival
the Senatorial logrolling
of a new man at
rolling camp on the 14th , came to
the surface that evening. Excite
ment at once rose to a liigh pitch.
It was reported that lie had brought
-with him an even onelmndred tiiou-
sand. If some of them had had
their way at this juncture , they
Mould have canonized this new
Kami Patrick without waiting to go
jhjoupU VI th tji e xfgular fornii
4" .dP iatteiour tlie busy workers
retired none teeming satisfied with
* what Bad been done. The question
of a caucus is still vehemently push
ed by some parties , and as stoutly
opposed by others. Those in favor ,
argueing that a caucus is the only
fair and honest way to settle the
claims of the different candidates ,
and that as the Republicans , oi
course intend to send a Republican
to the United States Senate , this
question ought to be settled in theii
own camp ; that in a caucus those
members who have kept close
mouths , aud no one knows where
they stand ; would be compelled to
show their hands , and would not -be
left to stand in a position which ,
from their very attitude , seems to
say "I am for sale ; " and that he
little difficulties in the Republican
household ought to be settled , in
some way , by themselves.
On the other hand , the opposite
party say that a caucus is only the
means of corruption , Uiat the day
and age for drawing rlpse party
lines has passed away forever , and
men should be left to act freely , and
no party control should be had over
Some parties who have been bad.
gered about a good deal over the
senatorial question , say they
are gettinc tired of it are foi
going for some new man altogether ,
but the way the thing stands now ,
Thayer seems to be ahead.
LATER The aboye was written
on the fifteenth , but owing to delay
I am forced to narrate the events ol
two nights iu a bap-room" aTtEe
-same tinfe On the evening of thi
15th the forces at "log rolling camp"
were increased by about one-third ,
among whom we noticed many
prominent citizens from Omaha.
THE DUNDY MEN put on a good
deal of bluster , and said they had
the Royal Bengal or Common Ene *
my , Tnayer , beat at last , and thai
he had no chance whatever.
TIIE TIIAYEB MEN were a littlf
more quiet , and satisfied themselves
with saying that they had twenty
votea pertain on the first ballot ,
which was several more than any
other candidate oould muster.
"THE PADDOCK M SN well , we
did not happen to meet any of them.
also to have died away.
One thing that troubles an honesl
the fellows bills who are loafing
around the different candidate ;
headquarters. Some of them loo.
pretty seedy and I don't believe
they have much money of their own
besides a good many of them comt
from the grasshopper district , when
they ssy there is no money.Vher
a friend meets one Qf them he says
"Hello ! you here ? Whatjsyoui
interest here ? " and then the othei
fellow says : "Oh , I am up hen
on some private business , " ant
then they will get up close , put theii
heads together , and talk in an un
dertone , and if you listen you wil
soon hear the words Dundy , Thay
er , Paddock' , ' very frequently inter
spersed In the conversation. I won
derif these fellows don't lie a littli
when they all say they are here 01
private business , or are postoffici
receivers and register-ships , ant
such things prfvate business. An <
then it's kind of queer how prjvat' '
business accumulated here all a
onco. It's a hard place for a pee
fellow who is Jncllned. to believe al
Physician 1 Burgeon
241 Farnham Street ,
Over Deli's Drug store
A hoppy new year to our many kind Mend
And we trust as In dav § that sre past ,
Your presence we still In tke luture ma
And your smile * round our pathway l > o cas
Let ns hope that the year now blesslnp ma
In ihowen from the Great Girfr'a hand ,
\Var , pestilence and famine their presence f o
And plenty flow through our fair land.
Ana trangrrrecame to ytnr bcautl'ul tawi
When winter w s holding fall away.
With the old year cxiirin mid a cold ttorm ,
Your welcome made all bright s May.
Mmy thinks , then , kind frlenis , for words
good cheer ,
And we'll add for your patronue , lee ,
While ire str.Te In the future to pleaiie one at
"What more c n any one do T
Should you ntcd iiats , lurs , Collaii
Remember and call upon Bunce ,
We carry \cry large liue ot these goods ,
And no ooub.can suit you at once ,
BCXCK , Champion Hitter. Douglas and 14
sts. Vila of winter goods closing out cheap.
Jan ( if
In fuel , In ONE WINTER , hy using
BrOMii * * Patent Metallic
Dust Excluded from Builc
ings , andT\attling2Noises
of Sashes Prevented.
"WIndoTS aid Doers can le Cptaed anj 01 c
"Wilt this AtUchiEtnt tha Suae
u Without It' .
SOLD ( and fitted whendeslred _ ) by
TTILUAM SEX4PEE , '
WHOLESALE nd BETAIL DEALER
* FURNITDKE , BEDDING , Live Qeet *
Feathers , Etc. , Etc. ,
33S Farahasi * U ( CeatraUUpek ) ,
VERY LATEST ,
PL in Talk from the Washington
Star Concerning President
Orton and tbe W. U. Tele
graph Company. The
New York Senator
( Special to Uis JJKE. )
"perirut-mieut of tbe Copper Mine ,
Big Cottoiiwood Canon , has been
missing since last Monday , and it i
feared that he , with a party of ten
or. twelve miners whom lie hired at
jilta City , were buried under the big
aaow slide which occurred near that
place that day.
MONTREAL , Jan 18.
There has been considerable ex
citement here to-day over an at
tempted run on the city and district
savings bank , which it is rumored
had Test on loans on New Yoik
: NEW\OBK , Jan 18.
Gen. Thomas T. Eckert , having
accepted the position of president ol
the Atlantic & Pacific and Franklin
telegraph aompanies , to which he
was duly elected January 12 , as
sumed the duties of his office to-day
NEW YORK , Jan 18.
The Times , editoriallyreferring to
the Senatorial con test in Wisconsin ,
says that Senator Carpenter's re
election t.ught to be a'matter of cer
tainty. At tuch a time as this the
Republican party cannot afford to
lose one who is , In many respects ,
the most powerful debater now on
the Republican side in the Senate.
WASHINGTON , Jan. 18.
Messrs. Hoar , Wheeler , Jb'rye and
Marshall , the tour members of tbe
select committee on Southern affairs
who did not visit New Orleans , will
leave for that city to-night or to
morrow to look over the ground for
themselves and verify the circum
stances as detailed in the leport oi
Foster , Phillips and Potter.
Mr. R R It win in conversation
with a friend to-day , snid he was
not very sanguine that he wt > uld be
released on bail by JudgeMcArthur ,
but be fears that the decision will
be that he must remain in jail until
released by the order of the House
He added , that whatever the action
of the court might be , ho would not
waver in his determination not to
divulge his" secrets. Home of the
members of the House have expressed -
sed theirpriyatg cBir.lfin - tlmt-ii
-jTnTggn ! PnTTir nlumlH rnl.-inco Ir-
wia he ought to be impeached.
In the Senate caucus yesterday it
- n-ws-agree'd to report a bill for the
admission of Colorado and New
Mexico as States Into the Union.
A committee was appointed to re
port a plan of action in regard tc
Louisiana. The committee will re
commend ta the caucus at its next
meeting to recognize the KelloRg
government and admit Pinchbeck
to the Senate.
VASHINGTON , Jan , 18 ,
The following editorial 'appeared
in the Star this afternoon : Presidenl
Orton , in accepting the resignation
of General J2ckert lately , one of the
division superintendents of the
Western Union Telegraph Compa
ny , committed the indiscretion ol
losing his temper and charging thai
gentlemaa with the betrayal ofcon-
lldence in withdrawing from its ser
vices. It is likely that Gen. Eck-
ert's surroundings for several yean
have not been such as to teach bin ]
very exalted ' or impressive lessons
in hon'orj but those wlao knew him
before he came under 'such' banefu
influences will be low to believe
that even these have so changed hi ;
character as to justify the Imputa
tien of the dishonorable conduci
made by Mr. .Orton. Having et
active and experienced competitior
in the telegraph business has evi
dently soured Jfr. Orion's disposi
tion. He should learn to keep U :
temper. There is a great deal mon '
trouble in store for him and' hi
Mr. Meiriam's bill limiting th <
tax on bank deposits , &c. , provide !
that drafts , checks , certificates o
"deposit and-other evidencea of in
detotcdncoD wbee received by banki
'oaafcB , shall not oe taxed ta <
its , but the baak origUiaiy forward
hag them for collection shall be tax
ed upon the amount as a < leposi
An amendment to the postal law ;
has been proposed by Mr. Merrjam
of the House , providing that whei
letters are received and opened a
dead letters at the postoflice depart
nient , In accordance with the lav
and regulations of the department
shall contain information of th
pommission or the contemplate
commission of crime , it shall be th
duty of the Postmaster General t
transmit letters containing such ir
formation to the proper account (
the governmentto prosecute the o
fender and take such action as tb
nature of the cases may require.
Mr. Garfield has introduced ml
the House a joint resolution autho
izing the President to appoint
board of officers 'of high rank , ui
connected with the army or trad
to examine the evidence alleged
have been discovered by ana * Jn U
possession of .HU John Porter ar
unattainable at the time of his tria
and report what , if any , bearlr
such evidence , if established , won
have in the findings aud senteni
of the court martja ] ,
Mr. Myers , of Pennsylvania , h :
introduced a bill in the House i
creasing the duties on aUk umbrc
las , raifi aud sun , to SCTper cent a
valoruto. " 3
A bijl introduced by Mr.'BIery ,
Pennsylvania , in the House , pi
proposed that all proTalsory not <
bills of exchange or drafts payal
at sight of thereafter , or any oth
commercial paper negotiated by U
of State or Territory , checks paj
ble subsequent to date thereof on
accepted shall have three da
graitt , audit protested on the thi
day after-maturity shaU "be be ] < i
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DENVER , Col. , Jan 19.
The first train over the Kansas
Pacific railroad since January 7th
arrived here this morning at two
o'clock. The road has been badly
blocked between Wallace and
Brockville with drifted snow and
sand. Quite an amount of damage
was done to the rolling stock while
endeavoring to clear the track. It
is feared that the blockade will have
a damaging effect on the passenger
traffic over that road for the balance
of the winter season. They are illy
prepared for snowstorms , having
but poor guards or snow fences.
ALBANY , Jan 18.1.
, Tbe legislature to-night passed a
resolution appointing Wednesday
next at noon as the day for meet
ing in joint resolution to ballot for
United States Senator to succeed the
present member. The Democratic
candidate , Francis Kernan , will be
elected. The Republican legislative
caucus for the nomination of U.
S. Senator , met at 9 o'clock to-night.
The roll was called and 15 senator *
and 45 assemblymen answered to
. their names. It was rnQved7topro-
-leoftvat : onettCii&n informal ballot
for nomination. Mr. Husted in a
short speech nominated Hon. Ed
ward D. Morgan , of New York.
Mr. Seward seconded the nomina
tion , alter which the caucus ballot
ed with the foUowing result : whole
number of votes , 62 ; E.D.Morgan ,
40 ; John A Dix , 13 ; W A Wheeler ,
2 ; R E Fenerton , 5. On motion
the nomination of Mr. Morgan was
made unanimous , and the caucus
St. Louis Produce market.
ST Louis , January 18.
Flour Quiet and weak.
Wheat Market dull and lower ;
red western , 1 05J@1 06 ; No 2
sprinc , 85 bid.
Corn Market dull , closed firm ;
No. 2 , 64@66 } .
Oats Dull , unsettled ; No 2 , 56 }
Rye Quiet , at 1 02J.
Barley rirm ; choice to fancy
Iowa , 1 45@1 50.
Whisky Firmer ; 94.
Pork Dull , cash 1850 ; February
Bulk Meats Lower ; shoulders ,
} ; sides , 9 } .
Lard Steady ; 13 25.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Caitie Receipts 2,800 ; market
rather quiet but very firm. shippers
generally holding off for eastern re
ports ; stackers sold at 3@4 ; Texans
3 J@4 } ; for through 4J@5J ; for
corn fed choice to extra 5(3V7 ( ; few
sales above G | .
Hogs Receipts , 20,000 ; fairly ac
tive and firmer for shippers ; extra
heavy , 5 50@7 20 ; trading chiefly
6 20t ( G CO ; packers 0 25@7 05 ; light
grades 6 00@6 60.
Khecp Receipts , 500 ; active and
firm at close ; common to extra
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , Jan. 18.
Hogs Receipts , 3,400 ; market
Cattle Receipts 915 ; market is
quiet ; good native steers sold at
5a5 80 ; fair native cows 5aG ; rough
steers , 3 a3 85.
An indiscriminate slaughter m
clothing and gents' furnishing
goods regardless of prices at 206
Farnham street. Fine linen and
chevoit shirts ol our /\vn make at
$2.00 and $2.50 each.
bought and sold by P. Gottheimer ,
Broker , at 208 Faruham street.
Unredeemed fledges for Sale.
OFFICE , No , 232 FARNHAM ST.
BetiSthfriWlhSts. . OMAHA.
s-OWiist Di-nctlclii ? Dentists lu the city
DR , A , S , BILLINGS ,
Lth and llth , np stair ? . J
Teeth extracted .without pain , by-awel 1(1
* . * etr- '
.trous Oxide aas. -
DK. A. . PKNDEltr.
Lateof Cincinnati , Ohio , has permanently lo
cated his inedieal office 1C5 tanjhua J > t. , Ouia
la. Nebraska , oflrtlng hla services In all depart
menu of ruedUna and surgery , Ixitb in gete a
nd special pnctice , ncuit and chronic diseases
Can be consulted night and day , and will yUi
all parts of the city and country on receipt o
etters or tclcsr io iiovJJU
JO5I Kt KKLLKY ,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Lav
/COLLECTIONS SOI JCITED AND PAQM
\1 ly attended to. No cbjres Ui'lps Culp |
tious are made. IJoHten to let and refits CO
ectcd. I alestatpbuu land Mud. ao7
L VAN CAMP M. D
inipeneos his own meadncs , and besld
regular practice , mites specialities of Derang
menU and Diseases roculiar to Women , Fist
la , Fllea and other Disease * of the Beotum.
OFKICK : Corner Farnham and 14th street
first door to the right , up stain. Bcsldcnc
210 Douglas street , between 12 and nth. ne
to Lnthcraa Church Omaha , Keb. Addrt
Lock Box&H lanSJdiwtl
FURNIQJRB. BEDDING , ETi
UP , RRVIEATMARKE' !
16th street bet California ad Webster ,
-TTTE KEEP OS HAN0 _ THE BE
YV sanply of FBESH AJD SALT
KE.V1S. Also a larzo stocfc of line Sp
nred Kaioi aqd Breakfast Bacon , at th U
st rite * . W2L" AUSI &
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Specially Reported for the Omaha Daily Bee
bT the Ati ntc ) aad Pacific Telezr&Ph Co.
Vice-President Wilson Does Nol
Believe the 'Republican '
Party .Dead. .
Arrest of the ( Forty Thieves
Who Stoia the Famous Pic-
ture of Sail t'Anthony
From the ( athedral
Further Disturbances Appre
hended at Vicksburg.
( Special to the BEE. )
SAN FKANCISCO , Jan 17.
The Deaf and Dumb Institute was
entirely destroyed by fire to-day.
No lives lost.
ST. Joirxs , N B , Jan 18.
The steamer City of Brooklyn ,
Captain Murray , from Queenstown
January 2d , for JSe\v York , put in
here to-day , bhort of coal. She will
probably reach New York Thurs
TRENTON , N J , Jan 18.
Ex- Governor Randall and Sena
tor Stockton , the present incum
bent , are the most prominent can
didates for the nomination of United
States Senator. Stockton's term
expire * the 4th of March ; the Dem
ocratic reuominating caucus meet
"WASHINGTON , Jan IS.
A special says the report of the
Arkaut-as Committee is not yet
ready , despite the unauthorized re-
porfe to the contrary.
A Times Washington special says
it seems that two members of the
sub-committee on .Louisiana are
willing , not only to excuse but to
iustify tbe White League organiza
tion , finding a precedent for its ex
istence in armed target companies
elsewhere. They regar $ the league
as innocent as the target companies.
.NEW YORK , Jan. 18.
A Washington special sayg Vice-
President Wilson has written a let
ter to Samuel Bowles of the Spring
field Republican in reply to a para
graph in that journal , alleging that
Wilson believed the Republican
party is dead. Wilson disclaims
any such belief , and is convinced
tbat'th'e'party is not dead nor hope
lessly defeated. 4Jlthat.i.'L &e2'l J
-t rrrtsr na-mir Ri a afcoy :
Those'wno separated froriTtiie-partj'
and supported Grecley , should be in
vited back freely and forgiven , and
a liberal , magnanimous , but linn
policy should be adopted toward the
south. He earnestly advised an
immediate reorganization on the
A heavy snow storm commenced
this morning and stijl continues ;
the weather is cold an4 navigation
is much impeded by the ice in the
NEW YORK , Jan 18.
rihe morning papers publish n
strange story concqrpiqg the arresl
in New York a few days ago of the
thieves who stole thefamous picture
of St. Anthony from the Cathe
dral at Seville , Spain , several
monthssince. Fernando Garceawith
Antonia Somariba , an interpreter )
sold the picture to fcJtrauss , ori
Broadway , | n January , for two hun
dred and fifty dollars. On leaving
the store they were forced into a
coach by three Americans and
driven to the National hotel. After
an examination Somariba was re
leased , but Garcia was held and
taken to Spain few ( lays ago II
is belieyed the aflajr has been man
aged by detectives in the pay ol
Spain. The Spanish consul denies
any knowledge of the affair.
A Washington special says thai
threp Republican members ot tht
special committee on Louisiana are
dissatisfied with the report made bj
the sub-committee started forNe v
Orleans t day. Ihe spepial objecl
is to collect evidence regarding tin
A New Orleans special says thai
Sheridan received a telegram fron :
the President stating that Qovprnoi
Ames of Mississippi apprchendct
disturbances at Yieksbuig to-day ,
and directing him to place a cbmpa
ny qf Jroops at the Governor's dis
posal. Sheridan telegraphed th <
* i-nWASHlUGTQN , Jan. 18.
Hon. W. W. Belknap ,
War , Washington : .
A report has ] ust been rcce vec
from Major Merrell , of Shreveport
which is too Jong for telegraphy
transmission , b.ut will be sent b ;
mail.The follcTFing is almost it.Mei
rell's own words : The threats mad
before the election to drive from th
community all who voted the ra <
Seal ticket , are being carried out
9 combination among the whit ?
are forming and recruiting by ever
fo > m of pressure , by which a
the negroes WHO have vott
the Radical ticket are to t
refused leases. All whites notforn
ing this combinatiinare to beostri
cised. Already more than five hui
dred families , including at least tv
thousand people of all ages an
sexefl , are wandering about withoi
the means to go elsewhere , and peerless \
erless to find other homes tha
where they are , and on the verge
starvation in midwinter. Oth
Crimes maj result , and it is feari
that the bitter feeling naturally r
salting from a sense of the injusil
received may run into one
revenge. These will gradual
drift together , and the whites a
not slow , as the past has shown ,
set afloat inflamatory rumors of tl
intentions of organized violence <
the part of the negroes , where tl
revolver and mob law is a commi
resort in such cases as they ha
usually "been thfcre. This order
more or less extensive , and is su
to result , If some preventive t- -
w.vu a state of things.
" ( Signed ) P , A. SHERIDAN
WASHINGTON , Jan 18' .
Mr. Wright , from committee on
Judiciary , reported a bill for the re
lief of Courtland L W. Carter , administrator -
ministrator of George W. Anderson ,
Mr. Merrill , of Maine , from com
mittee on appropriations , reported
with amendments the diplomatic
Mr. Morton , of Indiana , intro
duced a bill to establish a mint foi
the coinage of gold and silvpr at In
dianapolis. Referred _ to finance
The Vice President laid before the
Senate a communication from Sec
retary of the Treasury in regard to
the discontinuance of the assay
office at Boise City , Idaho , and the
establishment of and assay oflice at
Portland , Oregon. He recommends
the continuance of the assay oilier
at Bohe City and sayt ! Hhat there is
not a necessity for the establishment
of an assay ottlce at Portland. Re
ferred to finance committee.
Mr. Sqott , of Pennsylvania , pre
sented a petition from the citizens
of Schuylkill county , asking the reenactment -
enactment of the 10 per cent , tarifi
act of 1872 , and praying for the pas
sage of Representative Kelly's 305
"bond bill ; referred to finance com
The vice-President in accordance
with the order adopted on Saturd-
day , called tbe list of the commit
tee for business on the calendar ;
neither the committee on privileges
and elections , nor the committee on
foreign relations were prepared to
offer any business when the finance
committee was called.
Mr Sherman responded , and on
his motion the following billa were
indefinitely postponed : Senate bill
authorizing the organization of na
tional banks without a circulation ;
senate bill authorizing new national
banks that have decided to reduce
their capital stock , to withdraw a
portion of the bonds upon their own
circulation notes or depositing the
lawful money of the United States
in the proportion provided by law.
Under the regular call of states ,
bills of reference were introduced
and referred as follows : Mr. Merri-
man , of New York , introduced a
bill to prevent the issue of United
States or national bank notes of a
higher denomination than one hun
dred dollars ; also , a bill to regulate
the tax on bank deposits , both of
which were referred to the commit
tee on banking and currency ; also ,
a bill to authori/e the usp of information
ation received 'through the dead
letter ofilce , when such use would
prevent or punish crime. Referred
to the committee on postofpces Qiid
By Mr. Storrar Senate resolution
of the House of Representatives of
Pennsylvania , relative to the Inter
ference of the United States soldiers
in the organization of the Legisla
ture of Louisiana. Referred to the
committee on judiciary ,
By Mr. Birry , of Pennsylvania
A bill to define and ameud the na
tional currency act. Referred to the
committee on banking and curren
cy ; -AJ.TO-M bjllt 'CStnbnSU % i n ! .
rorio1 dyoteuT Jor the prdte-it ng of
commercial paper. Referred to the
committee on judiciary.
By Mr. Moore , of Pennsylvania
A bill for the relief of the Judge of
Disti let Court of the United States
for the we&tern district of Pennsyl
vania Referred to the judiciary
Bv Mr. Freeman , qf Georgia A.
bill to authorize the supervising ar-
chitect'of the treasury to use his dis-
oretion on certain cases in the selec
tion of materials on public lands.
My Mr. Sheats , of Alabama A
bill to authtrjze the issue of patents
to 'lands to tbe Ohio and Alabama
Manufacturing Company. Referred
to public lands committee.
, Jan. 18.
Judge McArthur. "has dismissed
the "svf it of habeas corpus in the case
of Jrwin , nnd remanded him to the
custody of the Surgeant-at-Arms of
ONDON , Jan 18.
The steamship Faraday , engaged
in laying the new cable for the
United States Djrect Cable Compa
ny , has returned to England in a
leaky condition. She returns in
April next to resume operations.
NEW IORK , Jan 18.
A heavy snow storm set in about
daylight , and has continued to in
crease. Bet the North and East
rivers are ful } of floating ice.
MADRID , Jan 18.
The campaign against the CnrljsU
is to be prosecuted with increased
energy. It is , an.qoqnced that ac
inspection of the army of the north
will take place during the presen !
week , at which hs majesty will bf
LIVERPOOL , Jan 18.
The annual congress of trades
unions assembles here to-day. Del
egates are present from all thi
miiqus ju the united kingdom , ant
several qujons on the continent an
'ATERBURY , Conn , Jan 28. .
aged 8 'penrs ,
attend * )
John's church on Wednesda
LONDON , Jan 13.
To-day's Times In its leading ed
lorial ariiele ays : "In the glooi
surrounding us one thing is peicej
tible that all men arc arming ; Uei
many are arming en masse , an
the surrounding nations , includin
tae best part of the world , can't tl
otherwise. Momentary dreams <
peace have fled away. German
recognizes the stern necessity thi
what she won by arms she can on !
hold by arms , and while her am
are in her hands.
P. N. GHLYtfN ;
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DiliXX W
Wines , Liquors , Segan
TOBACi 0 AND PIPES.
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets , opposite t
new Foal OCce baildine. Omaha.NebleS
13tb S * * * " * " "
\ _ , OM jrarahak and flarnc
klada of TAILOETNO , CLEAKIKQ l
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
NEW IORK , Jan. 18.
Money Nominally j 2a3 per cen
Foreign Exchange Steady ; 486 }
for sixty days , and 490 for sight.
Gold Dull ; opened at 112J ; ad
vanced to 112J.
Governments Active and slight
Stocks Active and regular ; fluc
tuating } to J per cent ; W U , L B ,
U P and Northwestern attracted
special attention. At noon a mate
rial recovery occurred.
A & P , 25 } ; C & N W 44 J ; pfu. do ,
60 ; C B I & P , 1 02J ; C C& i C.
103 j ; Dela Lacka & W , 1 07J ; Erie ,
29 | ; Harlem , 1 27 ; lake Shore , 72 ;
Mil & St Paul37 | ; do pfd 59 ; N Y
C , 101 } ; N J C 107 * ; O & M. 31 $ ;
P M 35 ; Panama , 111J ; Quicksil
ver 34 | ; T W & W 17 ; IT P 3G } ;
W 1 } 71J ; Adams Ex.lOO ; JUneri-
evuiC4 ; U S , 62 ; "W * &Co , 81 } ;
currency 6's 117j.
Nsw Yorx produce Market.
JXuw YORK , Jan. 18.
BreadstuIs ( Opened very dull
and generally easier to sell , a heavy
snow storm preventing much busi
ness Flour Nominally unchanged.
" \Vlieat-We.ik and lower to sell ;
No 2 Chicago in store 112113.
Corn Easy ; prime new western
njixed. § 7 ,
Oats Quiet ; sales of state and
western mixed at 67@69.
Rye Dull ; tales of prime western
Barley Dull ; state 1301 40.
PorK .New mess 20 OQ.
Lard i lower , at 13J ,
Chicago Pruuuce market.
CHICAGO , Jan. 18.
Flour Dull and unchanged ; good
a choioe spring extra 425@4 50 ; low
to medium , 4 00@4 20 ; super scarce
"Wheat Steady ; Feb " 83 a88S ;
Corn Firm ; cash CGJ ; Feb. GGg ;
May 72 } .
OatsQuiet ; cash 52 § ; Feb 52J ;
March 53J. -
Barley Steady ; Feb 120.
Pork Steady ; Feb 1815al820 ;
March , 1850.
Lard Firm February 13 42 ; for
March 13 GO.
JOKE H. OREEfl ,
ORAIN , FLOUE AND FEED ,
Sioux City & Pacific R , RJ
Tbe Sliortcat end Jnly DIrtct
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
SOUTHERN IOWA & aUfJTESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CAH3
On all night trains 7la this route.
VHBOUGH TI E TABLE , IS EFPEOT
AURiyiC. BTAT1ON3. LZAVI.
U. P TRANSFEU.
10 JO p.m. 9.15a.m. | 30 p.m. . $ .4 a..m ,
Mbsouri V ller.
525 " 8 Q5 a , nl 6.00 p.'m , 8 = 38 "
3.3.5 ! 0:18a : m-j 7.55p.m. 10:20 "
1:50 : , " 4 40 B m | 9:45 p m. 12.00 n ,
St. Paul ( Tia S. C. A St. P. R. B. ) .
7.40a.m. | 7.00 p. p.
YankUin ( T.a | p. S. .lft.\ .
800a.m. | 5:10p. m ,
, J ° r sale la Chicago and North ,
estern. eaUrray offices , Council Blufls , ane
V > . P. depot , Omaha.
BS-Bo sun your UckcU read Tl B. C. A P
U BUBNETT , Snp't.
F. C. HILLS Gen. Ticket A't.
OEO. W. GBATTAK ,
' * Acent. Omthi
Schneider & Burmester
TO , ( OPPER ASD SHEET IRO :
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Eooflng , Spouting and Qntter < ng don
abort notice and In tha beat msuner.
1 If teen treat > ept34d ]
M. E. RISDOIY ,
General Fire Insurance Ag'l
OSce , 230 Dcnglis St. , vitii W.E. Bartletl
REPBrsFsraso , OiTAHA , NE
Good Reliable Companies. oct27d2mo
Er. . SMYTHE ,
Odd Fellow's Block.
CHA'HLES SHIVERICK ,
AND EVERYTHING rSUTAISJNG TO THE
FURNITURE 10 !
- Mas tli © BE33 ? S OOK IBT OMAHA ,
and Makes the LOWEST PRICES.
Boors , Blinds , Moulding * ,
Plaster Paris , Hair , Cry and Tarred Felv.
Sole Asjonls For Hear Creek Omsj aid LoL-itrille Cement.
On U. P. Tiack OFFICE , bet Fa-nhaui AXPVAKD and : Dough ' * sts. , 1 f OMAHA , NEB ,
HILTON HOGEBS ,
and T327 2TEHS' STOCK.
- SOLE WESTERN AOENCi'FOR -
STEWART'S COOKING and HEATING STOYES ,
THE "EBABLLSS , " COOKIffGBiTOVES.
O S Zj E S IR , _ &Jrr E 3D
CHARTER OAK C SYES ) ,
ill of Which Will bo SoW at Manufacturer. ? ' Prices , With
-INSUtU JTQE QOMPANY5I
WILLIAM P. TLCIvER , PKHSIDENT ,
JOHN W. CL\P , accRETAKV ,
CHILB. aLuMEB OF AOENCIES >
s ITcnforf3ita.T3le I
° rfea7l" % . reducing the payments the second year.
Surrender Values guaranteed in all Policies.
Ao Xeslrictions on Iravcl or Residence
Conditions as Liberal as any Company in the United Stales.
Is Established In Connection with tha
QMAHA BRANCH OFFICE
For the purpo , o
XESIDENI BOARD OF JOIREC1ORS :
EZUASIILLAKD S VMUEL R. JOUNSON ,
OhCAB F. DAVIS , JOEL T , ,
. . GIUKEIN
VT. K. BABTLEh" ,
A U N 1IEL ,
. > ON
L F.B BCOCff , .
E. UOSEWATEO ,
E. EATON ,
. . KODDI3
C. C. H. C. PAUL LEWISItEhD. . ' '
KEOBEN ALLEN ,
JOSEPH F. SHHELY ,
HOX. EZRA MILLARD , President . i
-LEWIS 8. EEED , Secretary.
aliens to cost ol insurance , conOilions of policies , Ac. , &e. , giren at their oSce b/
G. C. SSoiasel < 5s Co. , Gea'l A'ts , <
J Al S st > } QMAHA , NEBRASKA" I
A GENIS WANIED IN UNO CCUPIED IF.
H O I , E-S A I , Ei O A NDIE
I am ow manutacturing aU varieties oijcandies *
and will sell a <
Dealers In tbU State ncs-l not va-it to jjo East f. . r CANDIES. &
A trial is solicited.
StOor - -
IltPOBTKK ASD JOBBEB O7 FOSKIOX ASD DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS ,
Tobaccos and Cigars ,
No. 142FABNHAL1 : STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
TTliiaWes a Specialty.
yTOfcp ? MM ADO WISE CfBiTAXY ;
I > oalor In
SPAINTS , OILS AND WINDOW GLASS
. & J. WILBUR
Books aud Stationery
WHOLESALE AND RETliL ,
Strsst , - OmaiL
OENEBAL ? 0fi Atli SCHOOL BCOIS
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