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    OMAHA SATURDAY'MORNING. JUNE 17 , 1876. 308
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fj HOSEWATEH. EMer end Propritler.
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OFFICE 138 Fon&am Street ,
CCDT. .
ur months , in advance. . . :
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OMAHA BUSINESSODIRECIOEY.
Wm. Urlau & Bro. , IgfDonslM BUeit.
* - - trnoT30dni6'
i f-s JPOOKS AED STATIONERY. -
I . ri " - $ ' " * I J f j > _ l
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lUndffith1 ! "
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* f1 CRACKER MANUf ACTOIIY.
McClnre & Smith. l85.Harney. Btreet. bet
llth and 12th. J { & \ ( j
I : ClCARjJMANUFACTyRERS
'B. Jerjerson. CorlOUjandJ'j.ckio Sts
.CANDY MANUFACTORY.
SJ illlT atey. ) o ilM Street. dovXHJm .
P i . * ! * * . * * 1 - *
COAL COM PANY
Pratt * Towle. 518 Thirteenth Street.
norSO-lyS *
WHOLESALE CHEESE DEALERS.
Jacob Pfnnd'i Co. , No. 222 Donelas Bt.
CLOTHIERS. '
J. B. Gibson , Creighton Block. .
Vi nor30-6m6 *
" . , Farnham Street.
* nov30-fim3 *
DRY QOODV.
W. M. Btuhman.
w Donclas Street. norSO-6m
, Hamlet Ornm. Tenth St. nor30-6m *
John H. F. Lehmnnru - '
Now York Dry Goods Store. 223 Farnham
urect. nor SOfim *
A I ' \ DRUQGltTS
\ 9 * ' * +
- A. B. Snowden. C 13th and Farnham
Street * . ' fff . , nor30m *
TJttla t Williams. 275 Douglas Rtroot.
nor 30-lvfi *
HOTEL * .
Atlantic Hotel. Chas. Haserodt , Corner of
and Howard Ste. nov 90-6mS *
HATTERS.
Jicob Merer , polish furrier and mannfao-
xTt1" . ,1 , ? nd = aP yjsBcher'B Block.
LKai 2141 Douglas etreeU All kinds of re-
CP nnedone. - . i aaS-lylm *
E. T. Pate. Pity Hotel , 10th St. , between
Farakam and Barney. nor 30-lrS
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS.
John Banmer. comer of llth and Farnham
Btreeti. nor30-9m
JOB PRINTING.
OBiaia Bee.13S Farnh&a Street' .
C. F-Catlin. No. 223 Dongla treet.
r * * - ' * ov40-6m
WHOLESALE UOUORS AND CIGARS.
Stnbbendorf t Co. , Cor. llth and Donclas
tr t - - TioT90-m6 *
C. ZrnUi.2G7DouElas > t. nor30-ly3
Henry Hornberrer. zs Uoacis * eireet.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Q. A. Lindauest , the Merchant .allor , has
recciied a full as ortment of Cloths. Cassi-
meres and Vestings. for pprine and summer
which , o n be made p in the latest style and
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction'jruaran-
t ed. 3 ? " sept5
J. M 'Yercali'179 Farnlam St : nor 30.1y3 *
< - xJi jm * * * -
Ifilh Street MeafJIirket , P/0. Toule.
oo l-6m3 *
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'Shoely Bro . ( Citr Meat Market ) .
Street. - * noy8-ly3
U. P. Meat Market. Win. Atut 4 Knuth.
16th Street. nov 30-ly6 *
Jacob Hnba. Omaht Meat Market , 10th St.
between Farnham * JIarner. nor SWmS *
* Brookln Meat Jkrkct. A. Anst , 4M4416
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hirteenth BtreeU. ,
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PAINTS , OILS , 4C.
K. C. Stoell. 229 ) onglaa Street.nor30lr6
nor30-lr6
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SOAfFACTORY ,
Premium Soap Vorkg. Powell * Co. . still
* manufacture thoV Premium Soap. Five
Brit preminmiainrded by the Douglas coun
ty and State fairs nd Pottawatamie county
Iowa. Orders eolcited from the trade.
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QUEEN8W/WE AND GLASSWARE.
Qeo. C. Hobbt. 222 Farnham Stredt.
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Fur
French Stoan Sconrini : . Kid Glores and
FurV Cleaned 111 Farnham Street , oppo-
ite the BM f See.
! OFFICE. No.232 FARNHAM 57
' "Set Ij6i & IW" " stt-
bp JC w nnotlato to the city
BKTWKBN ISTH & 1 TH .UP-STAIBS.
Teth extracted without pain by HM of Nl
crouiOxiJo. Office open at allhoun.
J. ROBINS.
ONEY LOANED !
2v ? Faraham If car 13th St ,
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Mrs.
Office ' Street , next to BojJer
iltn3ea
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Drn "Store
'Justice of the Peace
Klocfc.
Klocfc.Nebrasfa
Nebrasfa
CollecUoni Specialty.
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SVERY UTISDI
MIDNIGHT.
W. A. Wheeler , of , New York ,
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Nprmnatedor ic rPresident. 2
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* J * g .li.ll > A. .L1.f.A * y-.J Ullt ? JU.
i tAfter the seyentli "billot tu ycoiu-
mltte4 fr6meachvstatewaa appoint-
tW'to in form'Hayes of-nib noruiua-
lion.
lion.The
The nomination ol vice-president
then proceeded , Jewell , VVoodford ,
-Hawley , Frelinghuoysiu. aud W.
A. Wheeler jvero uominated. The
ballot nroceededJuV far as South .Car
olina , 'wheu ar7 motion was made to
make the-uomlna.iou1 ) of jVVheeler
unanimous , and the ballotting was
dispensed with. The following tel
egram-was real : - *
Washington. D. C. To Hon.
Eugene-Hale : 1 , hope youjvill lind
it cqpyjnient lto8top utf Columbus .
and pay-congratulations andsinceie
personal regards to Gov. Hayes.
[ Signed ] - JAMES G. BLAINK.
On call of states for members of
the national committee , Colorado
aud Arizona did not tespond ; Cali
fornia'Qool U. Gorlarn * ; . Nevada ,
John F.J Jones ; Oregon , H. W.
Scott ; Idaho , Thomas Donaldson ,
.New Mexico , S. B Elkins ; Utah.
J. H. McBride ; Washington , O
Jacobs.
A motion thanking the chairman
and officers of the convention was
adopted.
Convention adjourned.
WASH33STGTON ,
Congressional.
SENATE.
WASHINGTON , Juno 1G.
Legislative business wai suspend
ed at 12:20 aud consideration ol the
articles of Impeachment against
Belknap were- resumed , this being
the day lixed apart to hoar any
further answer to the articles of im
peachment. The counsel for th'e
Accused read a lengthy paper de
clining to plead fiti then , ou the
ground that the respondent hud al
ready been substantially acquitted.
As the order of the senate assert
ing jurisdiction was not passed by a
two-third vote , the counsel for the
defense asked that the papers bo
filed , but objection was made by
Mr. Edmunds , aud also by the
managers on the part ot the house.
Pending the discussion , Air. Ed
munds said it had been suggested
that as no quorum was present , aud
upon count of the senate only 29
senators responded , thut not beiug a
quorum the senate then adjourned
until to-morrow.
tomorrow.HOUSE.
HOUSE.
The house went into committee
of the whole ou the army appropri
atiou bill , Blackburn in the chair.
SAN FUAXUIKCO , Juue 1C.
Judge Dwinelle , of the Fifteenth
district court to-day .rendered a do-
cisiou in the 'case of' the Crown
Point Mining company vs. Sutro
Tunnercompauy , to the eflect thut
the failure of defendants to fulfill
obligations , voided their claim to a
lem on the mine , and payment ot
royalty of two hundred dollars per
ton. The decision applies to leu
otuersiniilar suits invhieh a num-
berbf lea'dlng miuiug companies on
theComstock lode are pluiutifls.
Rudolph Blumeuberg , who in the
winter of 1874 WPS notorious in
Washington , from his extravagant
display of gems , Avas arrested here
by the United States oflicers on a
warrant from Witshington , charg
ing him with obtaining eighty
thousand del are worth of bonds of
the District of Columbia , on false
pretenses. Ho nas been kept in
private custody by the ofllcers for
two days. His bail was fixed at
$20,000 , which he ban not betu able
to obtain.
The habeas corpus case of Her
bert C. Maun , arrested on a requisi
tion from the governor of Massa
chusetts on a charge of forgery was
argued this morning. Tue decision
will be rendered to-morrow. <
The .Republicans are'firing one
hundred guns to-night In honor of
the Cincinnati nominations.
DENVER , June 10.
A report was received here yester
day that tbegioux Indians had at
tacked a cattle ranch up at Fro-
inont's Orchard , about eighty inilos
down the Platte , killing lifteen men
and driving oiT the stock. The set
tlers in the vicinity ot the repot teJ
raid Lave left their ranches and
taken refuge fu the nearest settle
ments.
CHEYENNE , Juue 16.
j < rank Weber , night herder for
Pratt & Ferris , was * killed by In-
diautou the 15th ms < t. , near Sidney
crossing , on the Platte. His horte
aud revolver were taken. His body
arrived at Sidney this evening. .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Now York Money Market.
.NEW YORK , June 16.
Qold-1 12J1 123.
Money Easy ; 2@2J per cent.
Governments
6s of ' 8124 ; 5j of ' 65. 10
new 20i ; ' 678 , 23 J ; ' 63 , 24 | ; 6s
reffistered , 17 $ ; 6s , currency 25J ;
1040s , 8 j.
, 131 ; pW 19 ? N W , 41 $ ; pfc
62j ; h 1 , 1 08J ; St. Paul , 40 } ; pfd 701
Wab. , 2 ; pfd 2Ji U P G9J ; L S , 55 }
O&M1C.
Hew York Produce ,
NEW TOE ji , ? u'n . 1 6.
Flour In buyprs' favor ; JSo.
2 50a3 30 ; super state western , 4 0
a440.
Wheat In fair request for expoj :
ei and prices steady ; So. 3 Milwauke
. 1 07al 10 ; No 2 northwesteru.stricl
lv mime , 1 18 ; No 3 Chicago spring
1 04al 08 ; JNo 2 do , atrictly prmc }
Barley Dull and nominal.
Corn Less active and uuchinj
8d6ats In buyers' Javor ; weafir
Minnesota and state , 34a43 ,
15ggsFirm ; western mixed 14
e ICc
ICcPork Firmer at 19 40al9 50.
ojard ulrmer ; prime steam , 11 <
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1 1 75
\ 75VnlflkyA shade firmer at 1 li
An Exciting Scene , -During the
Second'Ballot.
k. V
, June 16.
When the vote of Pennsylvania
went solid for Hartranft , Mr. Fath-
ey of Pennsylvaniatros6 to n point
of order , claimiugthat Uiejyote nad
not been cast properly , stating tliat )
both lie and hia colleague 'fronv ll > 'e
6th district , desired to vote for'
Blaine. The cliair held that the d-1-
egates had Aright to voter hia sjenji-
meuts. The delegate from Pennsyl
vania appealed from the decision of ;
the chair , and the chair was sus
tained. * - : 7
The delegate from . .Pennsylvania
then said the chair had not recog
nized him before putting the ques
tion. '
The chair said he had not heaid
the gentleman. _ ' ,
The delegataxetorted' : J TLe chair
did not hear me because he did not
want to hear ; " ' " /
The chair said the gentleman1
from Pittsburg , Mr. Oliver , dishon-j
ored himself in making the remark.1
Col. Dick Thompson , of Indiana ,
took the door and protested in the
name of the . .Americanpeople
against tlie ? chairman jretoitingjq
"
air Inenlt "fccJming from"a3elegate !
The chair amid confusion said it
.withdrew the offensive remark.
Great confusion * now reigns. Twen
ty men are on their feet at once , all
clamoring to be heard. Great ex
citement In galleries. .
Motion followed /notion , and
amidst the great uproar arr. Cessna
took the platform , and , afte'r many
attempts to be heard , said that the
chair had ruled wrong ; that under
the rules the vote should be cost by
the chairman , and that no change
could be allowed. He claimed fuif
ther that the Pennsylvania delega
tion was under instructions to cast
the vote of the State , as a unit , for
Hartranft , and could do nothing
else ; it was a matter to be .settled
in the Pennsylvania- delegation ,
aud not by the convention.
A delegate from Tennessee moved
to reconsider the vote by which the
appeal from the chair was lost.
The greatest confusion continues.
Mr. Hale of Maine , is attempting
to be heard. Mr. Stewart of Penn
sylvania earnestly maintained his
right to vote according to his own
convictions and those of the people
ofliiatrict. Mr. Fathey continued
in the same strain.
The speaker explained that all
proceedings were out of order , and
nothing in order but to proceed with
roll call , which he ordered with the
proviso Jtbat an appeal might be
made at the conclusion of the vote.
The cull is now proceeding.
HARTFORD , Conn. , Juno 16.
Philip A. Roach interviewed the
members of the legislature to-day
In reterence to the repeal of sections
5 and 6 of the Burlingame treaty.
A resolution will be offered in the
legislature next week demanding
the repeal. '
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO , Juno 16.-
Flour Quiet and unchanged. ,
Wheat Market quiet } and prices
firm and a shade higher ; No. 2
spring , I 05j > al 05 } , closed at 1 05 ;
August , No. 3 , 90a90c : rejected ,
t0c. ?
t0c.Corn Moderately active , firm ,
and a shade higher ; high mixed ,
45Ja46Jc , closed at 46c ; JSo. 245Ja
46c ; cash , 45Ja46Jc , closed at 45jjc
bid ; June , 45Ja46Jc ; closed at 45Jc
bid July.
Oats Steady and a shade higher
at29Ja30c , nlosed at iiisida figures
" Rye-bemand light , 70Ja71c bid.
Barley Nominal. i
Pork Quiet but steady at 19 OOa
20 00.
Lard In good demand and
higher at 11 20all 25.
Bulk Meats Steady ; shoulders ,
7a7Jc ; short rib , lOJalOJc ; snort
clear , lOJc.
Whisky Strong and higher at
100.
Butter Dull and unchanged.
Eggs Unchanged.
Call Board Closing Wheat , firm
at 1 Oo " * July ; 1 05J August. Corn ,
firm ; 45Ja47Jc July ; 46a461o |
August. Oats , 29Jc July. No
provisions. Call board discontinued ,
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. liouis , June 16.
Flour Quiet end unchanged.
Wheat Firmer ; No 2 red fall ,
1 41J cash ; 123 } July.
Corn Higher ; 43.a43 | cash ; 44 }
July ; 451-August.
Oats Firmer ; 31'bid cash.
Rve Firmer ; 65 bid.
Whisky Higher at 1 JO.
Pork Higher at 20 00 ,
Lard Current make , 109 Askpd ?
10 } bid.
Bulk Meats Higher and more
doing ; shoulders , 7 } ; clear rib , lOa
10 } ; clear side , 10 } .
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. .LOUIS , June 16.
Hogs Active , firm and higher :
Yorki r. , 5 65a5 85 ; bacon , 5 76 $
' 95a6 10. '
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO , June IB. .
Cattle-Receipts , 3,00fl | deniand
fair and prices steady ; common to
good butchers' , 2 IHhiS 25 ; fair to
good feeders , 3 50a4 00 ; choice
stockers , 4 5Ua4 75.
Hogs Reieipts , 48,000market ;
: moderately active ; fair to good
rough lota , 5 90a5 95 ; good smooth
ba on , G 00a6 05 : good ghoice heavy
6 10aQ J5 ,
Sheep Market steady , with a fail
demand ; common to fair , 250a 875.
Pledgee left at the Aiucru > 9nrLo > > n
OOIce are non-forfeitable. If th (
owner la UP.J. atije toaUeem them ,
they will bp sold for hia beneflt.and
any mpuey left in our hands ovei
and ftlxwe our claim will be placet
00 Htibject to his QFfier. nfoupy lo nei
on Diamonds , W fchpa , 4ewpJ'j
ft Guns , Pistols , and all merchandlfii
in general. .Special ratea given 01
any amount over $100. Formrthe
information call on or address
PH.
1S02 Farnham Bt ,
Omaha , Wet
UAUjBOADTJCKETb BOUGH1
ift inHv261v A DHOU ) .
to saper
70 t norgatioyoui-p tu tell an rtcl u STA I
tt COFFEE , la > arm = r and othm in their ow
Particular * ,
o TU CENTENKULL CO. . fit. Loutl.Ml
TELEGRAPHIC ,
4 O'CLOCK P.M.
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pecUOy Reported for-the Omaha Dally Bee. by the
Atlantic and Paelfle Telegraph Company.
The Prediction That Blaine
Would be Nominated on the
Second or Third Ballot
Did not Come True.
Tha Vote on th Alabama Con
tested Seats.
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The Situation as it Was Last
Night and This Morning
Previous to the Con- ' * '
venmg of the Con- .
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vention.
The Vice Presidency Creating
Considerable Interest. ,
CINCINNATI , June 16.
The action of the convention yes-
day was the universal ' topic pf.-con-
versation lasfc'night. Thel'gerferal
impression is that Blame has car
ried every point so far , and that his
nomination is almost a certainty oh
the 2d or 4hlfd ballot.
The vote on the Alabama contes
ted seats is regarded as a test , and
the unseating of the Spencer delega
tion by snch an overwhelming ma
jority , is claimed-by Elaine's friends
to indicate his nomination beyond
doubt. They say more votes 'could
have oeen obtained if it had been
necessary , but that they did not de
sire to bring all their force to bear
on the skirmish line. The Spencer
delegation is much criticised as it
well Known that quite a
number of the delegates are en
thusiastic. TBIaine men claim it is
a blind ; that when the time comes
Blaiue will receive a majority of
that delegation , while both the
Conkliugand Bristow factions claim
that it was an indication that the
Blalno ranks were beginning to ,
break. The friends of all the can-
ditatea continue to express high
hopes of Uie success of their respec
tive favorites , aud all are working
hard to win the victory. The city
was comparatively quiet last night ,
/atigne and heat having to some ex
tent eulxlued the enthusiasm. About
the va'rioUH headquarters , however ,
tifefe are crowds of delegates en
gaged in canvasHiny ; the chances of
candidates and comparing votes on
the situation. Conkliug's friends
claim to be conlklent of ultimate
success , but are very reticent aa to
the manner of achieving the vic
tory. Morton's adherents express
equal confidence , while the Hayes
aud Biistow men hopt . in spite of
appearances , that a break will occur
tnat will open the way for their re
spective favorhe'a nomination.
Confident of their strength , the
Blaine men seem anxious to hurry
up the business of the convention ,
while the friends of all the other
candidates seem to be maneuvering
for a delay. They seem to think
time will weaken Blaine.
lia l night there were rumors of
various combinations , but none of
them are reliable. One of these is
that Hayes and Blaine haveeffected
an arrangement by which Ohio
is to give her vote to Blaine on the
second.ballot , provided it will nom
inate him. Hayes is 10 have the
second place on the ticket. In case
Blaine is not nominated on the
third ballot hid strength is to go
to Hayes for the flrst place. Anoth
er is that Brfetow and Blaiue have
arranged to combine forces and
effect the nomination of Blaine for
president , and Bnstow for vice-
president. These are specimens of
the rumors , and are giyen Tqr < wha.t
they are worth ,
The question of the vice-presi
dency seemed to excite more inter
est last night than at any time be ?
fore. Among the candidates for
the place mentioned are Hayes ,
of Ohio ; Woodford and Morgan ,
New York ; Wheeler , New York ;
Logan , Illinois ; Bristow , Kentucky ;
Cumback , Indiana ; Hartranft ,
Pennsylvania | Harlan , .entycky ;
and Taft , Qhio. It seems to bo the
impression tnat no nomination will
be reached before the third ballot ,
and possibly the whole day will bp
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devoted to eallipg th.e rail"of Sfa'tes.
Jndipationa arp ( hat Blaine wjll l
be nominated on the sepppd or r
third ballot , His friends eay that
he will poll 310 votea on the flrst
ballot and a majority ou the second.
It is said'Conkllng leaders , finding
hid case hopeless , are trying to
throw JNew York for Hayes , but
that they cannot control the delega-
gatiou ; that it will split up oq
Hayes , Bristow , Blaine , Mprgau
and Wheeler ; that the latter'two
gentlemen will be named to-day.
Bristow meii claim they will get 30
votes.
Elaine's Opponents Fighting for
Time.
Various "Specials" from the Con
vention ,
NEW YORK , June 10.
_ < A Cincinnati special to the Cpp >
'mercial say § : 'I'hd "opponents ol
Blalne are lighting for time in ordei
to close up the combination on
Hayes.
The Mail's Cincinnati special
sayc : Blame's friends . are confi-
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dent j so"a3p ] are Conkl-ng's ,
Hayes is much talked of for ylce-
presmeut i „ „ „ , a tern man it
nominated for president.
Another special says : Hayes , il
iner is claimed , grows stronger every
hqur. Hartranft will te con-
Jent with the vice-presidency ,
and will give his strength foi
Hayes. Jt is also aajd that Morgat
will give his strength to Hayes , anc
. would' be willing tp talce the vice-
presidency.
Eugene Hale says that Blalni l
will be nominated on the eeconi
ballot
.
Commodore Vauderbilt was abli
to-day , for the first time in fou
weeks , to leave his bed. He Is rap
Idly improving.
ALLOTTING.
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First Ballot Blaine , ' 285 ;
' .Morton114 ' ; Bristow,1 US' ' ;
, Conklinc,99Hayes,6l ; ;
u Hartranft , 58 ; Jewell , .
3 ' ' ' * 4
* : Jl ; .WheelerV . , ;
u J
'Second' ' Ballot Blaine , 298 ;
Bristow , 114 ; Morton , ill ! ; _
/Cbnkling / , 93' ; Hayes',64' ' ;
' * Hartranft , 63 ; Wheeler ,
3 Wash-burn I. ' *
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l l-n , i , i i
Third. Fourth , Fifth ; 'Sixth
Ballots Blaine Gaining.
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' , , , ' ' CIN'OINNATI. Juneftc.a
a
The convention was called to or
der at 1Q:45 a. m. The flrstUiing in
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order w'ad"ba'llotB. T - . i- _ . - ' '
1 Conkling ; 2 Bristow ; 9 Blaine.
Connecticut , 10 Jewell ; 2 Bristowl
Dela'ware , 6 , , Elaine. Florida , 4
Mort9n ; 3 ConkUng ; 1 Blaine.
Georgia , 5 Conkling ; 3 Blaine ; 5
Bristow ; 6 Morton. Illinois , 1
Hayes , 3 Bristow ; 38 Blaine. Indiana - 1
diana , 30 Morion. Iowa , 22 Blaine.
Kansas , 10 Blame.
Official vote : First ballot Total
number cast for Blaiue , 285 ; Bn -
tow , 113 ; Conkling , 99 ; Hartranft ,
58 ; Hayes , 61 ; Jewell , 11 ; Morton ,
114 ; Wheeler , 3.
Gen. Bingham , of Pa. , moved a
recess of fifteen minutes for consul
tation. ' '
Hecond Ballot Alabama , Blaine
16 ; Bristow 4J Arkansas , 11 Morton ,
1 Blaine ; Colorado , 6 Blaine ; Connecticut - '
necticut , 9 Briatow , 2 Blaine , 1
Hayes ; Delaware , 6 Blaine ; Florida ,
4 Morton , 4 BlaineGeor ; ia,6 Conk
liug , 4 Morton , 9 Blaine , 4 Bristow ;
Illinois , 1 Hayes , 6 Bristow , 35
Blaine ; ludiaua , 30 Morton ; Iowa ,
22 Blaine , Kentucky , 24 Bristow ;
Kansiis , 10BIame ; .Louisiana , 12
Morton , 3 Blaiue , 1 absent ;
Maine 14 , Blaine ; Maryland 16 ,
Blaine ; Massachusetts , 3 Wheeler ,
5 Blaine , 18 Bristow ; Michigan , il
Conkliug , 8 Hayes , 8 Blaine , 1 Bris.
tow ; Minnesota , 9 Blaine , 1 Wash-
buro ; Mississippi , l.Blaiue , 6 Bris
tow , 3 Conkling , .6 Morton ;
Missouri , Hayes , J ; ( Conkling , 2 ;
Bristow , 2 ; Morton , ,11 ; Blaine , 15.
Nebiaska , Blaine , 6 ; NevadaHart-
jauft , 4 , Conkling- ; New Hamp
shire , , Bristow. 3 , Blaine , 7 ; New
Jersey , Blaine , 12 , Hayes , 6 ; New
York , Bristow , 1 , | Conkllng , 69.
JXortli Carolina , , Blalne , 8 , Bris
tow , 1 , Conkling , 3 , Hartrautt , 5 ,
Morton , 2 ; Oregon , Blaine , 6 ; Oliio ,
Hayea , 41 ; Rhode Island , Blaiue , 2
Bristow , 6 ; South Carolina , Bris
tow , 1 , Morton , 13 ; Tennessee. Mor
ton , 8 , Bristow , 8 , fllaine , 8 ; Texas ,
Briatow , 1 , Blaliu , 2 , Morton , 12 ,
Conkling , 1 ; Vermont , Bristow , 8 ,
Bhiiue- , Hayes , 1 ; Virginia , Mor
ton , 4 , Conkling , 4 , Blaiue , 14 ; West
Virginia , Blaine , 8 , Hayes , 2 ; Wis
consin , Morton , 1 , Blaine , 17 , Bris
tow , 2 ; Arizona , Blaiue , 2 ; Dakota ,
Blalne , 2 ; District of Columbia.
Morton , 2 ; Idaho , Blaine , 2 ; Moni
tana , Blalne , 1 , Hayes , 1. (
Totals , second ballot Blaiue 298 ,
Bristow 114 , Conkling 93 , Hartranft
53 , Hayes1 64 , Morton 111 , Wheeler
3. Washburne 1.
Third Ballot Alabama , 15 Blame ,
4 Bristow , 1 Cockling ; Arkansas , 1
Blaine , 11 Morton ; California , 6.
Blaine , 3 , Cpnkling , t { Hayes ; Colorado
rado , 6 Blaine ; Connecticut , 2
Blaiue , 8 Briatow , 2 Hayes : Dela
ware , 6 Blaine ; Florida , 2 " Blaine ,
3 Conkling , 3 Jfartranfc j "Georgia ,
9 Blainp , 4 Bristow , U Conkling ;
Illinois , 35 Blaine , 6 Bristow , 1
Hayes ; Indiana , 30 Morton ; Jowa ,
22 Blaine ; Kansas , 10 Blaine ;
Kentucky , 2i .tsristow ; Louisiana ,
11 Morton , 5 Blaine ; Maine. } }
Blaine ; Maryland , Ig Blaine ; Mas
sachusetts , ? Blaine , 19 Bristow ;
Michigan , 8 Blalne , ( 10 Bris
tow ; Minnesota , 8 Blaine ,
1 Bristow ; Mississippi , 7 Bris
tow , 1 Conkling' , 2 Hnyes ;
Missouri , 1 Hayes , 3. Bristow , if
Morton , } 5 BJaine ; Nebraska , 6
Blaine ; Nevada , 2 Cqnkjipg , 2irjs-
tow , 2 Hitrtran.ft ; .New Hampshire ,
7 Blaine , 8 Bristow ; .New Jersey ,
12 Blaiue , 6 Hayes ; JNew York , 1
Briatow , 69 Conkling ; North Carolina
lina , 9 Blaine , 1 Conkling , 8 Hart
ranft , 1 Bristow , 1 absent ; Ohio , 44
Hayes ; Oregon. 6 BJaine ; Pennsyl
vania's. HartranM Blalne ; Abode
Inland , 2 Blame , 6 Bristow ; South
Carolina , 13 Morton , 1 Bristow ;
Tennessee , 7 Blaiue,8 Bjristow ,
ton 9 ; Te as , 1 B.iiqtpw , U Blalqe ,
13 Morton " : Vermont , 1 Blaine , t
Hayes. 8 Briqtow : Virginia , 3 Mqr-
tonj 3 Conklipg , 18 Blalne ; West
Virginia , 8 Blaine , a Hayes ; Wls-
conlin , 1 Morton , 8 Bristow , 16
Blaine ; Arizona , 2 Blaine ; Dakota,2
Blaiue ; District of Columbia , 1
Blaine , 1 Morton ; Idaho , 2 Blaine ;
Montana 1 BlaiueHi New
HJ.UlALtUa , A AJI.itUOy - .UCfjrviOj : .11 U *
Mexico , % Blainej "Utah , a Blame ;
Washington Territory ! 2 Blaine ;
"Wyoming , 2 Bristow.
Totals , third ballot Blaiue 293 ,
Bristow 121 , Conkling J fl , ijartranfi
68 , Hayes gt , Merion 113 J Wheeler
Fourth Ballot > Alabqma , d Btis-
tpw , 16Blaiiie { Arkansas , 1 Blaine
} 1 Morton ; California , 3 Conkling
3 Hayes , 6 Blaine ; Colorado , (
.Blaine ; Connecticut 9 Bristol , i
Blaine , ' 1 Haypaj Uelaware , { '
Blaine : Florida ' , 2 BJairib , 2 Conk ,
Ung , 4 Har'tranftf , Georgia. $ Oonk
ling , 4 Morton- i ) Blalne , 1 Wash
burno j Illinois , 1 Hayes , 11 Wash
burne , 6 Bristow , 35 Blaine ; Indl
ana , 30 Morton ; Iowa , 20 Blaine , \
Conkling ; Kansas , 10 Bl&jqes
Kentucky , 24Brls.tow ; Louisiana ,
H Morton , $ Blalne ; Maine , 14
Blaine ; Maryland , 16 Blaiue ; Mas
sachusetts , 2 "Wheeler , 5 Blaine , 19
Briatow ; Michigan , 5 Hayes , Q
Blaiue , 11 Bristow ; Mississippi , 4
Morton , 3 Coiiklinff , ? Bristow , 1
Hayes , } Hartranft ; Missouri , 1
Hayes , 2 Briatow , 8 Morton , 18
Blaiue ; .Nebraska , 6 Blaine ; Ne
vada , 3 Hartranft , 1 Bristow , " 2
( "onkliug ; New Hampshire , 7
Uiame , o D.H.
12
Blaine , 3 Hayes , "
sey ; 2 Bristq'w , 68 Conkling" :
f orth Carolina , 1 Blaine , I Mortan ,
8 Hartranft , j Hayes ; Ohio , 4-1
Hayes ; Oregon , 0 Blaiue ; Pennsyl
vania , 5& Hartranft , 3 Blaine ; Rhode
Island , 2 Blaine , 0 Briatow ; South
Caroling , 13 Morton , 1 Bristow ;
Tennessee , 7 Blame , 7 Morton , 1C
? Bristow ; Texas , 6 Bristow , 1 Blame ,
1 Morton ; -Vermont , 2 Hayes ,
Bristow ; Virginia , 7 Morton , U
Blaiue ; Washington Territory ,
Blaine ; Montana , 1 Blaifle B&yes :
"Utab.uaB " alne : Wyoming , 2 Bri 3-
" ' j WewMeadco , SBlainej Idaho
2 Blalne ; West Va.r 8 Blaine , 2
Hayea ; D. C.t 1 Blalne , IJklorton ;
Arizona , 2 Blalne ; Dakota , 2 Blalne ;
Wisconsin , 1 Morton , 3 Brlstowr 16
Blalne. ,
Total , fourth ballot Elaine 292 ,
lonkling 84 , Hayes 68 , Wheeler 2 ,
Bristowl26 , Hartranft71 , Morton
108 , Washburne 2.
Fifth Ballot Alabama , 4 Bris-
tow , 16 Blainf ; Arkansas ; 7 Alor-
: on , 1 Blaiue ; ( ! alifornia , -Elaine ,
3 Conkling , 3 Hayes ; Colorado , U
Blaine ; Connecticut 2 Bristow , 2
Blaine , 2 Hayes ; Delaware6Blalne
XSreat excitement. Michigan
ubandonH Blaiue and goes solid 22
votes for Hayes. ] Florida 3 Morn -
; > n , 3 Hartranft , 2 Blaiue ; Georgia
5 Conkling , Morton , 8 Blalne , 2
Bristow , 1 VVashburne ; Illinois 33
Blalne , 5 Bristow , 1 Washburue , 3
Bayes ; Indiana 30 Morton ; Iowa 21
alaiue , 1 Conkliug ; Kansas 10
Blaine ; Kentucky 24 Bristow ; Lou-
siana 11 Morton , 5 Blaine ; Maine
14 Bluiue ; Maryland 16 Blalne :
Massachusetts 19 Bristow , 5 Blalne.
2 Wheeler : Michigan 22 Hayes )
Minnesota9 Blalne , 1 , Washburne ;
Mississippi /'onkliug , 8 Bristow , 2
Elayes , 4 Morton ; Missouri 2 Hayes ,
3 Bristow , 5 Morton , 20 Blaine-Ne- ;
> raska 6Blalne Nevada2ConklUigi
2 Hartranft , IxBrlstow , 1 Hayes ;
S ew < . Hampshlrei&l Briatow ; . 7
Blaine ; New JerseyrG Hayes ; 12
Blaine ; New York,2 Bristow ; 68
Jonkling ; North Carolina , 12
lay as ; 1 Morton ; 0Hartranft ; Ohio ,
44 Hayes ; Oregon , 8 Blaine ; Penn
sylvania , 53 Hartranft ; 5 Blaine ;
Rhode Island , 8 Bristow ; ,2 Blaine ;
South Carolina , 1'Hayes ; 3 Bristow ;
> Morton ; 4 Blaine ; Tennessee , 10
3ristow ; 8 Morton ; Texas , 3 Bris
tow ; 3 Blalne ; 8 Merion ; 1 Hart
rauft ; Vermont , 2 , Hayes ; 8 Bris-
ow ; Arizonia , 2 Blaine ; Virginia ,
t Hartranft ; 3 Morton ; 10 Blaine ;
Dakota , 2 Blaiue ; District of Colum- ,
) iu , 1 Blaine ; 1 Morton ; Montana ,
1 Blaine ; 1 "Hayes } "New Mexico , 2
Blaine ; Utah , 2 Blaine.
Total , fifth ballot Blame 286 ,
Morton 95 , Hartranft 69 , Wheeler
2 , Brlstowll4 , Hayea 104 , Conkling
82 , Wa nburne 2.
Sixth Ballot Alabama , 1 Hayes ,
[ Bristow , 15 Blaine. Arkansas , 11
klortou , 1 Bristow ; California , 2
Conkliog , 4 Hayes , 6 .Blaine ; Colorado
rado , 6 Blaine ; Connecticut , 7 Bris-
ow. 2 Blaine , 3 Hayes ; Florida. 4
Blaiue , 4 Morton ; Delaware , 6
Blaine ; Georgia , 1 Washburne , 9.
Blaine , 2 Bristow , 6 Conkling , " 4
Norton ; Illinois , 2. Washburne , 2
Blaine , 3 Hayes , 5 Bristow ; Indi
ana , 30 Morton ; Iowa , 20 Elaine , iJ
Elayes ; Kansas , 10 Blaine ; Ken >
ucky , 24 Bristow ; Michigan , > 22
Elayes ; [ ijreat excitement ; ] Louis-
ana , 10 Morton , G Blaine ; Majpe ,
14 Blaine ; Maryland , 16'Blaine ; .
Massachusetts , 19 Bristow , 5 Blame ,
2 Wheeler ; Minnesota , 9 Blaine , | l
Washburne ; Mississippi , 1 Blaine ,
4 Bridtow , 4 Hayes , 1 Conkliug ,
5 Morton ; Missouri , 2 Hayes ,
3 Bristow. 7 Morton , 18
Blaine ; .Nebraska , a Blaine ;
Nevada , 2 Conkling , 2 Briatow , 1
Hartrauft , 1 Haysej Hew Hamp
shire , 8 Bristow , 10 Blaine ; New
Jersey , 12 Blaiue , 6 Hayes ; New
York , 2 Bristow , 68 Conkling ; North
Carolina , 12 Blaine , 1 Hayes , 5
Hartrantt , 1 Morton ; Ohio , 44 Hay eg ,
3regon , 6 Blaine ; Pennsylvania , 44
Bartranlt , 14 Blaine [ Cheering ) ;
Rhode Island , Q Bristow , 2 Blaimf ;
Soyth Carolina , 2 Morton , I BrlS- .
iow , 1 Hayes , 10 Blaine : Tennessee ,
_ . Hay j ,
Vermont , 2 Hayes , 8 Brislow ; Vir
ginia , 2 Hayes , 3 Bristow , 4 Morton ,
13 Blaine ; West Virginia , 6Bla.ne | ,
4 Hayes ; Wisconsin. , } Morton , 8
Brisfcjw. iq BJalne : Arizona , ' 2
Blaine ; District of Columbia , 1
Baiue ! , J Merion ; Idaho , 2 Blame ;
Utah , 2 Blaiue ; Washington Terri
tory , 2 Blaine.
B.allot Blaine 310 , Hayes
liq , Bristow 107 , Oonkling ; 81Mor-
tou 84 , Hartronft 50 , Washburne 4 ,
Wheeler 2.
Seventh Ballot Alabama , 3 Bris
tow , 17 Blaine ; Arkansas , ' 4 B.la.hie ,
1 Morton ; CalllQrnU , 6 Hayes/B
Blaine ; Colorado , 6 BlaineCop. ; -
uectlcut , 7 Bristow , 3 Hayes , ,2 ,
Blalne ; Delaware , 6 Bialae ; Flori
da , 8 Blaiue , . [ "cheers ; Georgia , } 4 ,
B.aine , 2 Bristow , fj Hayes ; IllU
noig , 2 Hayea , 6 Brlstow..SS Blaine 5
( Jncjijjna behig called 'Will Cum-
back , chairman , withdrew the
name of AlOftou ) ] Indiana , 25
Hayes , 6 Brlatow ; Iowa , 22
Blalne ; Kansas , 10 Blalne ;
Louisiana 14 Blaine , 2 Haye& ;
Maiue 14 Blalne ; Maryland 16
Blaine ; Massachusetts 5 , Blaine , 2
Hayes ; Mjqnpspta 9 Blaine , 1
Hayes ; Michigan 22 Hayes ; Mis
sissippi 16 Hayes ; Missouri 20
Blalne , 10 Hayes ; Nebraska 6
Blaiue ; Nevada P Hnyoa ) New
Hampshire 7. Baine. 8 Hayes ; New
Jersey 12 Blaine , 6 Hayes :
York 6.1 Hayes , a Blalne ;
North Carolina 8U Haya ; Ohio 44 ,
.Efoya j Oregon , 6 Blalne ; Pennsyl
vania , 28 Hayes , 30 Blaiue ; Bhofie
Island , 2 Blame , 6 Hayes ; South
Carolina , 7 Hayes , 7 Blolne ; Te i
nessee , 6 Blame , 18 Hay s : West
Virginia , Q Blaiue , 4 , Hayes1 ; Ver.
msut. 3 HayeV Virginia , 8 Hayes ,
lV Maine ? Texas , 1 Blaine , 35
Hayes ; Wisconsin , 16 Blaine , ! 4
Hayes ; Arizona , 2 Blame ; Montana
.Hayes 2 ; Dakota , 2 Blajqa : Idaho ,
2 Blame ; Plat r jot Columbia , ! 2
Blqine ; fjtuh , 2 Blahie | NewJJex-
ido , 2 Blalue ; Wyqmiqg , 2 Aayea j
Washington 'Territory , a Blaine.
Total Blaine , 351 ; BriBtow , 21 ;
Hayes , 884.
Oowtwted Dally for the Omana Bee by
CuthbertsonS , Young
Comminion Merchant * .
FORMER L Y MID LAND PACffJH-
WHOL'ESALE PRICE-LIST.
CHEYKNHE. W. T. . April 2.1876.
Spring WheatFlonr.peraack * 2 9093 1093 2
Winter do do do * 00 4 75
Corn , per 100 tt 1 10
Oat * . do 135
Barley do . . . . - . .
Chopped Feed per 100.tts 1 35
Bran , per 100 Ibs 20
Potatoea.SftULake per JOOlbs .
SV KJ , Eastern . _ _ 1 00
Onlon bweot ruM . per > M tQO ftg , . . imiK . . . . > - . o on m
BeeU par 100 Ibg. . I Zl
DroisedTarkeyiparlb - 179 18
do Chickens do 11
Boll Batter.choica.per Ib. . . 35 30
Kanob Batter or tab per Ib 20
Freta Eggs , per dot 20
Oranges per box. . . . . . . 10 00
Lemons do _ . . . . - . . . , . - .
Berries do . . . . . . „ . _ . . .
Apples per barrel . 5 SX86 00
Peaches , , W.M. . . . . v v. , , , , , , , , , ,
Oysters per can . > 0@ 60
Fresh FUh per \h \ . .
Prairie cbtckea.3 per 4o < 3 SO 4 06
fi Ht p r 4W ( . . 3 60 4 00
Bacon do . * . * MM..HH , 14J-
- P. Hogi.perlb . . . „
, Our market ia very strong and tcUye ,
THE NEXT mm.t
Gov. Hayes , of Ohio , the Winning
Man.
Bristow and Morton Withdraw
In His Favor.
CINCINNATI , June 16.
4:30 : p. m Morton and Bristow
have withdrawn in favor of Haye1.
Later Hayes has just been nom
inated.
The seventh ballot resulted as fol-
ows :
Blaiuo351. ,
Bristow , 21.
Hayea , 384.
THE VICE-PRKSIDENT.
W. A Wheeler , of New
York , was nominated as vice-pres-i-
dent.
Mrs. . Lincoln. Restored to the Man- t
* * tKa * * - lU * * J tM j * * f * * > 4t 41 "
' agementof herlProperty. |
CHICAGOJune 16. '
One year since , Mrs.Mary Liu-
ioln , widow of the president , was
tdjudged insane by the Cook coun
ty court , and Robert Lincoln , her
son , was appointed conservator of
her estate. The afllicted lady was
taken to a private asylum at Batavia -
via , Illinois , and afterwards to Uie
'esidence ' of her brothei-m-law ,
Hon. N. W. Edwards , of Spring
field. Yesterday that gentleman
ippeared in court with a petition
hat she be restored to the manage
ment of her property. He testified
that Mrs. Lincoln had been living
h huii for some time , and he
, ras satisfied that she wad in proper
condition to manage her own es
tate. No other witness was exaiu-
ned , and the jury rendered a ver
dict in , accordance with Mr. Ed
wards' prayer.
But Little Congressional Business
Transacted at Washington.
WASHINGTON , June 16.
There were about twenty senator * ,
iresent when the senate was called.
: o order yesterday.
On motionof Mr. Reill , of Maine ,
.he senate adhered to its amend
ments to the legislative , executive
ind judicial appropriation bill , and
Monrill , Windomand Withers were
appointed members of-lhe confer-
'nee committee.
The senate , at 1:30 p. m. , ad-
ourned.
CABLEGRAMS ,
Release of Winalowthe American
* ' Forger. ; [
The Case of Chas Brent ,
111 " * ' Tii'le
, JuiielG.
lu the Court of Queen's Beuoh
yesterday Solicitor Wardner .re
newed. Uia application to Judge
Millar for the iclease of Wiuslow.
The attorney-general said that ue-
; otiations were still going on be-
ween the goverumeuta of thf
United Htates aud Great Britain ,
but it was impossible to say when
they would be finished. . . He would
like the judge to further remand
Winslow until negotiations had
terminated. Judge Warner replied
that there seemfl ( Q b& no. chance
of the t\va governments agreeing
upon Uie quesiiou in controversy ,
and he could not detain the prison
er any. longer , Altogether he
thought hecoult ) do nothing elie
tbaa release Winalow. "Winslow
was released at 3:15 p. m. His sou
met him- when he left the piisoii ,
aud joy fully " 'greeted liim. Mr.
\Vooda aaaisied VViualow to remove
ills clothing from the jail. The
released prisoner expressed himself
deeply indebted to Mr. Woocla for
kindness , aud shed tears of pleas
ure.Yiualow has gone to his
wife's lodging house. He is in
good health and spirits. Detectives
.Dearborn aud Wood will endeavor
to return to America in the steamer
Abyssinia. American residents of
liondou express great surprise at
his release' , in view of 'fye fair con
struction placed \\poa \ the deoifaioi ) ?
of tl\e treaty by fciecremry Fish.
Charles werit , the Louisville forg
er , haa applied to have his case argued
guedbe fore a full court at West
minister. The case may posaUly )
be heard next Monday , j
*
, June C.
Culomhia advices from Bogota are
to the Kith of May. Much interest
continues to be manifested in favor
of Anthone and J-.argc-7.zas canal
project. A large and enthii3a ! tlc
meeting took place v\\ \ \ the SOtkof
April at tbpc ipital. Among t'uase
pvfcsrnt we-e ( he prosiUeut at the
republic , secretary > f foreign allalw ,
and. a grwit uumoer of senators aud
representatives , besideatherrusslan
and English ambaB4ailorsand , prom
inent natives
PROBATE NOflCEl
STATE OF NEBBASKA.l ,
County of Douglas. J2" '
At n aonnty court held at the county court
room.m and for said county , May ISth. A.l > .
1876 ; present , C. H. Sedgwiek , county
judRO. In thomatterof thoesUteof Annv
Mills , deceased.
On reading and filing the verified petition
of Ueorgo M. Millj. prusinc that the 'last '
will and testament of Anna Mills , deceased ,
may be probated , allowed and established.
and for hU appointment aa executor.
Ordered. That June ISth. A. D. 1876..at9
o'clock a. m. , is assigned for hearing said
petition , when all persons interested in said
matter may appear at a county court to be
hold , in and for said county , and t-how
cause why the prayer of petitioner etiould
not be granted ; and thatnotice of the pend
ency of laid petition and the hearing there
of , DO siren to allperaoni inecreated m said
matter , by publUUing a copy of this order
In THK OMAHA WKIKLY Use , a newsnapei
> -nted in said county , for three successive
weeks , lm Jo aid day ofheaiintr.
[ A trno copy.l . ii.DBmtrriCK ,
my24-w3t County Judge.
HOTEL ,
WEST POINT , NEBRASKA
Wm , Prouse , Prop7r ,
The largest J-d beit hotel InV * t Pol a
Pay boutUW bou4 a 4 losing , * t 3
Board -d'lQAgu ' i par < tar 1160 ,
I
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V il ' . . . _ . . ' - - -
lji.1..l .Mi P. ' n' nr
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FORSTFELD & RASSA
Practical iTon/a , Sign. Ornamental , . Fresco And Banner
Graining. Gilding. Marblinp. Glazm&.Kal ominln and Paper ITinrinr. Bn ! writ
r a specialty. All work done with neatnws and dwpatch. Ofilee JS5 loath street , beta
Farnham and Jarney. Qmaha. Neb. ( ' raay ± K
Mrs. J. E ; Wigman ,
MANUFACTURER OF
LADIES' HAIR
254 Douglas ( Street ,
Work done in the latest styles. Goods sent to all
M.
MANUPACTUBEES OP
CLOTHING
GENTS * FUBOTSHrarG GOODS.
931-22 Farnham St Corner 13th Street.
ONE PRICE -tjUOrSJMARKED IN PLATS FIflimnS.
fab l-Jwl
lJwlA.
A. B. HTTBERMANN & CO. ,
Practical Watchmakers
k
AND
Manufacturers ofJewekfi
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 18TII & DOUGLAS STREETS.
WATCHES , CLOCKS , JEWELRY
AT WHOLESAtK OB'RBTAU , .
Dealers Can Save Time &FroigHtT > yOrderiiiK : of tis.
ENGRAVING DONE lllEF OF CHARGE.
ALL OOOn.s WARRANTED 7O SB AS REPJtESKWLED.
G. A. IRWIN. E. c. ELMS
MORGAN < fc GALLAGHER ,
3Corjim. )
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AGENTS FOK 1LV7.H IJOAVDER
205 Farnham St. , - Omalia ,
IprS-tf
D. WHITNEY. II. O. CLARK S BATJSERMAN
Whitney , Clark & Co. ,
t
Hucoesson to Whitney i Bausennan and Clark & French.
NO. 24y DOUGOL.A.S
Omolin ,
mayl-'To-t
MURPHY & LOVETT.
Xn Tura.nee
OFFICE 197 FARNIL\M STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
Fire , Marine < fc Inland Risks Written
As low as tha hazard * and the principle ! of sound UNDERWBITINa Trill jiutify. All
LOSSES promptly adjaaUd and paid at thla Aconcy. ;
The Follo-nins Companies Represented :
Aw ta4 792,649
Hartford 71ro , of Hartford , - „ " 2,5OOOOO O
tiofih "Brltlsli and Mercantile , of London and
" 26OOOOOO OO
AQIOZOB , - " 975,284 00
Connoctlout IHro , ofHnrtford , _ - " 877 94 58
Soottl&h CosimoTolnl , of Glasgow , " 10,000,000 oo
St. Paul Tire ami Marino , of St. Paul , ' - * 9OO,9S3 29
Mlulinlppl Valley , of Moxapala , ' - - ' . " 404,719 97
Amorioam Central , of St. lionl * , - " 1 2OOOOO O
QncomI of laivorpool mad Iioadoa , - " 11,145,729
Manhattan Tir of New York. " 8O1.OS2 9
Great Western Market !
401 A. 40-1TniHTEESTU'sT.-U ; arT HOraau'w Old Stnut ! .
Feeil , Sile \ \ \ Eiciaajrc Stable , HDKEI. Mslu , * a 3S , Huttu , 4c , , fur Sal ; Cliea ? , w
3paciil atcaation tivaa to Boardinz Stock. Black Hillen can purchase CompUta
0-ntfits at this SUoIe. J. rOTTJER ,
R. BIXGHAM&SON.
GeneralCommission Merchants
1 f 512 Twelfth Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
deoT-dlr CON5I8NM8STS AJD ORDEBS SOLICITED.
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