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TH OMAHA DAILY
VOL. VI. gOMAHA FRIDAY EVENING 'NOVEMBER 10 , 1876 = N0.125
If THE DAILYBEE
E. ROSEWATER , Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE-ISA FarnKam , let. 9t&
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
1 Copy , l year , in artvadce , ( postpaid ) . . JS.lk ;
f months , in advance..t . * . " "
S months , in advance
McClurei Smith. 185 Earney Street. 1
llth and 12th. deelS-U
Pratt i Towle. 518 Thirteenth Stw
Little & Williams. 275
E. T. Page. City Hotel. 10th SU betwwn
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS.
John Baumer. 509 Thirteonth-st. . beUocn
Douglas and Farnham. novSQam
Omaha Bee. 133 Farnham Street.
received a full assortment of Cloths. Casst-
and . for " " 1"
meres Vcstinss. fP" ? ?
the latest strle aLt
which can be made np in
t reasonable rates. Satisfaction Kna ng
J.M.Yerga. 179 Farnham St. nov30.1y3
Shoely Bros. ( City Moat Market ) . Douglas
U. P. Meat Market. Wm. Aust 4 Knuth.
16th Street. nor 30-lr6
Brooklyn Meat Market. A. Au6t.41iA416
hirteenth Street. dec 2-ly
PAINTS. OILS , &C.
R. C. Steell. 229 Douglas Street.nov30ly6
Premium Soap Works. Powell JtCo. . still
manufacture their Premium Soap. Five
first premiumsawarded by the Douglas coun
ty and State fairs , and Pottawatamio county
Iowa. Orders solicited from the trade. .
QUEENSWARE AND QLASSWAP ,
Qeo. C. Hobbio. 222 Farnham Stredt
CLOSING OUT SALE.
1 am going to leave tills country for Den
mark early in the spring , and. consequent
ly , am clearing out my entire stock , consist
ing of sixteen thousand dollars' ( Slfi.000.00) )
north of Dry Goods , Boots and Shoes , all
of which I have bought for cash consider
ably under ordinary prices , and I am will
ing to give the very best of bargains. I
have lately received large invoices of winter
Roods , consisting of Waterproofs , Flannels.
Cassimeres and Jeans , which will be sold
cheap. Please call and inspect my stocK of
oods and convince yourself that I mean to
ell out. ocHSrn
tin S3S FiRtlHAM ST.
- Uc'ue O-3i > l !
4. 8. BILLINQ8. i. V. NABOS.
Dm. Biiliugg & JViison ,
234 Farnhnm Street. ,
BETWEEN 13TH A14TH.UP-STAIRS.
Tooth extracted without pain by use of Ni
trons Oxide. Office open at all hours.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
SUEGICAL BOOMS ,
I. VAN CAMP , M. D.
Dispenses his own medicines , and besid
regular practice , makes specialities of De
rangements and Diseases peculiar to women.
Fistula. Piles and other diseases of the Reo-
um.OFFICECorner of Farnhara and Uth
Street , first door to the right , up-stairs. Res *
Idence. ISth Street , first door south of the
Second Methodist Church. Omaha , Nebras
ka. Address Lock Box 301. ian21d&wtf
V. H. COFFMAW. M. D. .
Physician & Surgeon
241 Farnham Street.
For Professional Services Throe Dollars &
visit. SOD 10-dlv
O.S. WOOD M.D. .
ROOM I. CREIQUTON tiLOCK ,
Northwest Corner Fifteenth and Dougln-Stt.
Residence 995 Sixteenth Street. Corner of
3raco , Omaha , Nebraska' .
Compound Oxygen treatment for Chronic
Office Hours 8 to 10 A. M..1 to 4 P. M. .
and 6 to 8 P.M. eep20dtf
COR. FIFTEENTH-ST. & CAPITOL-AV.
esrOFFICE HOURS- 10 a.m. . 2 to 4.
and 7 to 8 D. m. ianStf
"Jittietence : 201 Howard , Itt. 12(1 i-13 < A-if .
Office 48312th St. bet. Farn am i Harney
Office hours from 8 to 10 a. m. , Irom 1 to 4 p
m. . and fron 7 to 8 p. m. octiatf
DR. DON ,
OFFICE 511 Fourfeenlh. t. , 2d floor. Room' ! ,
OMAUA. . . NERRASKA.
Treat * ChronicVirulent and Special Diseas
es Including Nerrons Debility and Vene
real complaints such ns SyphilisJonorrnea ,
Gleet , Stricture. Orchitis. Bubo.
ChargEs reasonable , and permanent cures
made in the shortest time possible. Seminal
Weakness , Spennatorrhea ( night losses ) .
Sexual Debility and Impotpncy ( loss of
i ' - " . -Hexual-powerj and all Impediments to ilar-
" riace permanently cu.i No mercury used.
Patients at a distance treated by letter. Jled-
rcines sent everywhere. Consultations free ,
aersonally or by mail.
tlOmce hours ; 9a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday *
| p.m. to4t > .m. ian2tf
PUMPS , PIPE & HOSE
Steam. Force and Lift Pumps. Iron and"J
Brass Double and single Acting Korco'g
PampJ.Leod , Gas and Steam Pipe and Fit-u
tings , Brass Valves , Hose. Engine Trim- * *
raings. * c. . V > holesale and Retail , , " 5
u IS1 Famum sUeet , Oinaha.'Ncb.
Church Howe Elected to the State
Professor McKenzic and the Xorwal
A New Railroad Depot.
( Correspondence of the BEE. )
PKKU , .Nov. 9 , 1876.
Election over , resulting in favor
of Church Howe by a small major
Two hotels in full blast to take
care of politicians.
The old lom Green mill is again
ia running order under a new firm.
Many improvements in the man
agement and machinery are report
Prof. Thompson rejoices In a vie
tory which required no very stren
uous effort on his part. His elec
tion occasions the vacating of his
'i'o the many inquiries as to
whether Hon. J. M. McKenzie is
expecting i to take charge of the N or-
mal school , we are authorized by
that gentlemen to say that he does
noc intend to allow his name to
come before the board.
Mr. McKeuzie has been the subject -
ject of misrepresentation on the
legislation taking the school fund
from the common schools and applying -
plying it to the support of the higher -
er institutions. It is well known
by the parties voting for that bill
that he vehemently opposed the ap
proprlatiou. In a speech iu Oma
ha soon after the adjournment he
reiterated his opposition by expiess-
ing the hope that those legislators
might not ue returned. The super
intendent is friendly to all our edu
cational institutions , but realizes
that the common schools are of
more importance to the people in
Hon. T. J. Alsjors returned from
hid tour east , last week , lee late to
take any active part in the cam-
The M. E. quarterly meeting was
held last Saturday and Sunday ,
Rev. T. B. .Lemon oOiciatiug.
Peru rejoices over the erection of
a seven-by-nine railroad depot on
the north side of the track.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .LINO.
ADAMS COUNTY , IOWA.
Ftcscott ami Cromwell.
f Correspondence of the BEK ] .
PHESCOTT , Iowa , Nov. 7.
.Nodaway ! .Nodaway ! Nodaway I
for southwestern Iowa ; Tarkio , for
northwestern Missouri , and Platte
for the whole of JNebraska. Prescott -
cott , too , is situated iu the Noda
way Valley , about twelve miles
northeast ot Corning. At the north
ern part of town is an eminence of
about one hundred feet above the
valley. From the summit of this
we took another survey of the val
ley , and its winding Jstream the
last we were to have for some time.
Fresco tt is a small town of about two
hundred inhabitants , yet it does
considerable business by way of
shipping grain , etc. It ia surrouud-
ed by a good farming countrywhich
is being rapidly settled and im
Feet Bros. & Hemphill deal in
lumber and all kinds of building
material which they sail at very
reasonable rates. They carry a
large stock of lumber. They also
buy and ship all kinds of grain.
A. E. Booth denls m drugs , med
icines , paints aud oils.
Courrier & Cramer deals in hard
ware , groceries and provisions.
A. J. Kridelbaugh is buyer aud
shipper of grain , deals in coal and
has a pottery near town where he
manufactures everything in the
Wm. F. Clarke is another drug
gist who has a fair stock of goods in
a neat little building on the south
bide of the street.
Q. 8. Farnbam is proprietor ( f
the largest dry goods house in town.
He keeps a fair assortment of gen
eral merchandise. He is also acting
agent for the Iowa State insurance
company. Mr. Farnham is the only
one in town who is prepared to
lodge travelers Tvho visit the burg.
He gives good accommodations , aud
we had the pleasure of partaking of
one or two of his "square" meals.
By way of public buildings Pres.
cott has one nice church and is just
completing a large two-story school
But the train is coming aud we
must be off.Ve have not time to
buy a ticket , but jump on as the
train is starlinsr. < Ve take a seat in
the coach , the conductor comes
along , takes us for a through pas
senger , does not collect our fare , and
we arrive at
thirty cents ahead. Cromwell is a
little town built high and dry on
the side ot a hill , with that re
markably quiet air about it which
seems to say "business is very
dull. " And we will give it the
credit of assuming a very becoming
air , for there is but little business
transacted here save the operation
of a large fJouriug mill aud the lit
tle gram which is bought and
The Cromwell House , the only
hotel in town , is kept by Mrs. Coch-
rau and her sou , who treat their
guests with great friendliness and
furnish them with all the comforts
and accommodations necessary.
M.V. . Perviance is postmaster ,
and also deals in various articles of
J. A. Rogers is real estate agent ,
and deals in farming implements
and sewing machines.
J. S. Pickering has a wagon shop ,
where he is prepared to repair all
work in his line. He expects to go
into the furniture business soon.
S. L. Kavanaugh keeps a meat
market and keeps a supply of fresh
meats on hand.
Williams and Crecswell deal in
dry goods and and grocfries ; W.
M. Sparr in hardware undsome
one else iu drugs , but all these do a
very moderate business , while C. H.
Waflle , proprietor of the billiard
parlor and beer saloon , has a full
run of custom. .
Messrs. Seely and Jones are the
cbampioa reformers ( ? ) of the corn-
munlty , GUSTO ,
BLACK HILLS EXPEDITION.
Some of the Results of the Topographical
of 1875 the Foiilicoiniug
New York Times.
In the spring of Ii75 the Govern
ment sent an expedition to the BlacK
Hills for the purpose of thoroughly
surveying them and reporting on
their topography , geological forma
tion , and mineral wealth. This ex
pedition waa under the charge of
Prof. Walter P Jenney , of Massachusetts -
chusetts , and its labors occupied the
whole Summer. The results of these
labors are to be embodied in a re
port , which will be laid before the
present Congress , and mucn of the
final wprk is now in progress at the
School of Mines , Columbia College.
There may be seen the only map of
the Black Hills region ever made ,
and although thin is us yet in an un
finished condition , the outlines are
all executed , and much valuable in
formation may be obtaimed from it.
The topographical portion of the
DnfiL - ! SKGlliyciiddy"aud : Mr.
Kmil'Mahlo , late of the United
States northern boundary survey.
Mr. Mahlo is now employed on the
mp , which is a model of beautiful
execution. Up to this time the
Black Hills had always been laid
down on every chart as a blank
space , marked "unexplored. " Here
after , thanks to the work of this
parly , there will be no difficulty in
making , a way through this wonder
Capt. Tuttle , United States navy ,
had ] charge of the astronomical
branch ] of the Survey , and by his ob
servations , the Black wills lie be
tween ( 43 ° 15 and 45 ° north latitude ,
and between 103 ° and 104 ° 35 lon
gitude west from Greenwich. Their
general outline is that of a human
ear , and , singularly enough , this out *
line Is distinctly traced by a most re
markable geological formation. AH
around the wild , mountainous up-
laud runs a valley , which from its
color , is called Bed Valley. This
singular depression marks the out
line as unerringly as if dug out for
the purpose by some vanished race.
Tt varies in width from a quarter of
a mile to two miles ; the ends ,
which Mope gently , are clothed with
green , but the bottom is everywhere
ot red clay , and this has given the
valley Its name. On the north and
south the Black Hills have also an
other natural boundary , as they lie
between | the north and south forks
of ( the Cheyenne. The northermoat
of these rivers is called by the old
settlers "Belle Fourclie , " or Beauti
ful Fork , because of the extraordi
nary beauty of the pellucid stream ,
which winds its way through
overhanging clitls , and past soft
prairies. Geographically the
Black Hills lie across the bounda
ries between Wyoming aud Dakota
territories that is , the 104th degree
of longitude , which divides them
about the middle. Beyond the Bed
valley the Black Hills rise in a
series of abrupt acclivities , which
are cut by deep gulches in many
places , resembling in their forma
tion the outspread fingers of a hand.
In the streams which run through
these gulches the gold is found , and
here is another singular fact about
this remarkable region , and that is ,
that these wild mountain torrents ,
which come tearing down from the
heights above , swollen at times to
great streams , make their way ever
downward and out across the Bed
valley and then , in the prairies be
yond , utterly vanish , being all
drunk up by the thirsty soil , except
in the spring , when , swollen by the
melting snows , they fiow quite
across to the forks of the Cheyenne.
Journeying still inward , the laud
rises always higher and higher , un
til it towers up into mountain peaks.
The highest of these is Harney's
Peak , which rises to an altitude of
7,403 feet above the level of the
&ea. The next is Crook's Tower , a
very singular granite rock , which
shoots up 7,32 * feet. Another impos
ing mountain is Terry's Peak , 7,233
feet high , which rises in precipitous
heights from the slopes below. Still
another lofty eminence , Uuster's
Peat , has an altitude of 6,969 feet.
Of course , all these names were
given by the expedition , who thus
honored the brave officers who have
risked their lives in this wild coun
try. On the western side of the
hills is a lofty point called Ingau
Kara , an old land-iqark known for
many years to all the settlers of
this region , and which bears still
the name bestowed upon it by the
Indians. The sides and slopes of
the hills are clothed with pine trees ,
and their dark color have given
them their appellation the Black
Hills. They abound in mountain
antelope and bears , which render
the territory valuable to the In
dians. It is a nch hunting ground
to them ; hence they are reluctant
to part with it.
The geological portion of the ex
pedition was under the charge of
Mr. Harvey Newton , who has pre
pared careful surveys for illustration.
The formation was found to be
everywhere granite at its highest
points ; underlying this was lime
stone , in some places curiously cut
by the action of water ; below this
again sand-stone , while lowest of
all was the red clay , which appears
principally in the wonderful valley
THAT COUGH ! STOP rail
From the sale of 60,000 bottles of
Hales Cough Cordial , sold in the
northwest within the past year , on
a guarantee to refund the money
in case of a failure to cure , there
were less than fifty bottles returned ,
being less than one failure in a
thousand. This fact speaks volumes
in favor of thia wonderful remedy
for colds , coughs , sore throats , bron
chitis , asthma , &c. Physicians ev
erywhere acknowledge their sur
prise at the uderful results from
the use of tl medicine. We au
thorize Marl i. JcKeunard to war-
rant a cure or return tjWmoney in
case of a failure atter tTSrug one-half
the bottle. It is very pleasant to
the taste , making it a very desirable
remedv for children. peo21d&w6m
NZER & 0 ,
Chicago and Qjnaka . ,
* f ! 1 * *
It is Still Undecided Who Will Be
Our Next President.
Louisiana , Plorida and North
Carolina Claimed by Beta
NEW YORK , Aov. 9.
The Trilune regards the situation
as unchanged , and still considers
Hayes elected by one vote.
The Sun and World continue
strong iu the belief that Tilden is
Mho Times a msiderfr Uie election.
that tne republicans have carried
South Carolina by8,000 , Louisiana
by 8,000 , ami Florida by 2,000 ma
NEW YORK , Nov. 9.
Dispatches received at democratic
headquarters claim Florida , Louis
iana and South Carolina for the
To-night Qov. Tilden spoke as
follows to a large number of persona
who collected In front or his house
to congratulate him : "Fellow cit
izens , I thank vou for the interest
you show in the results of the elec
tion. You do not expect me to
make a speech to-uiglit. Fallow
citizens , I bid you good night "
LAKE CITY , Fla. , Nov. 9 , 9:30 : p. m.
Key West , Monroe county , gives
Tilden 987 , Hayes 9S8 , a republican
majority of one. Florida , at the
lowest honest estimate by demo
crats , gives 1,720 democratic ma
jonly as the lowest possible figures.
JNE\V ORLEANS , Nov. 9.
Midnight Official returns and
unoflicial figures , made from partial
returns aud estimates in thirty-five
parishes , including New Orleans ,
give the following majorities : Dem
ocrat , 22,150 ; Republican , 12,111 ;
net Democratic majority , 9,839 ;
Democratic gain , 11,399 ; Itepubli-
can gain , 7,372. The Democrats
claim the State by 30,000. The Re
publicans claim it by 6,000.
Moody's Meetings Have Received
New Impulse JNow that the
Election Excitement is
CHICAGO , ! Nov. 9.
The revival which has felt the
pressure of politics for a few nays
past , has received new impulsenow
that the election is over , and larger
congregations , both at tbe taberna
cle and Farwell Hali. Mr. Moody
has baeii preaching with great eflect
upon the ollices o ! Christ as our sa
vior , redeemer , deliverer , physician ,
the life , the way , the keeper , the
light of the world , the good
shepherd. | Bible readings com
menced to-day at 3 oclock p. m. ,
in Farwell Hall. The gospel tem
perance meetings , under the lead of
Mr. lawyer , are successful. Good
news comes from Warsaw , Indiana.
Mr. Carl Ireland , a reformed drunk
ard , lately a commercial traveler ,
has commenced union meetings ;
there were lifty conversions the lirst
three days , and the whole com
munity is awakened. Messrs.
Whittles and Bliss will go from
Kalamazoo to Jackson , Mich , and
then to Peoria , 111
A Cyclone in India.
CALCUTTA , Nov. 9.
The district of Backergunge was
ravaged by a cyclone on Tuesday
last. One thousand native houses
were destroyed. The town of Dow-
buttkan wa * submerged by the
waves and live thousand persons are
believed to have perished. The
government has sent relief to the
LONDON , Nov. 9.
A dispatch to the Times from Lis
bon says that Spanish emigrants
and refugees have been ordered to
quit the port of Ugal.
Mr. A. Watson , lord advocate of
Scotland , conservative , has been
elected to the house of commons by
the universities of Glasgow and
Aberdeen by a majority of 200 votes ,
over Dr. Auder&on Kirkwood , of
Glasgow , liberal candidate.
SAN FKANOJSCO , .Nov. 9.
A Victoria dispatch says Mrs.
Trutch , mother of ex-Governor
Trutch , died Tuesday night.
A deputation from the Carnavon
club waited on Premier Elliott yes
terday with reference to sentiments
expressed by Lieutenant-Governor
.Richards iu regard to railway mat-
tere.iu his reply to an address from
citizens of Yale a few days ago.
The premier informed the delega
tion that the government had not
seen the reply until it was publish
ed and did not endorse the gover
nor's views. The deputation ex
pressed confidence that the interests
of the province are safe in the hands
of the present government.
St Louis Live Stock Market
OT. Louis , Nov. 9.
Cattle Beceipts , 1,300 ; fair de
mand for shipping ; good to choice
steers , 4 00a4 90 ; medium to fair ,
3 75a4 00 ; pony , 3 50a400 ; cows and
heifers , 2 60a3 75 ; stackers , 2 50a
8 65 ; good to choice Texans , 3 OOa
3 60 ; common to fair , 2 50a3 12J.
Hogs Good demand ! 5 10o5 40
for common ; fair to good light 5 30
a5 60 ; packers , 5 50a5 57 ; extra
butchers , 5 75a5 95. Receipts , 6,500.
Baltimore Produce Market.
BALTIMORE , Nov. 9.
Flour Quiet and unchanged.
Wheat Dull and lower ; JNo. 2 (
western red 1 25al 26 ; No. 3 red.
Corn Old western mixed firmer
O.Us Quiet and unchanged.
Whisker-Dull and h wy at 112 ,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
New York Money Market.
NKW YORK , Ndv. 0.
Money 4a6. " ;
Gold 1 09 } . , f ,
Governments-Active and fjleaoy.
U S 6s , 1831,17" } ; 5-203 , 1865,10J ;
5-20s , new , 12J ; 5-203 , 1867 , 15J ;
5-203 , 1868 , 16 | ; 5s , registered , 13'
6s , currencies , 24 } ; 10-40s , registered ,
; 10 40 , coupons , 13 § .
Stocks Opened dtill find lirai and
closed stronger but lower , v'
W U T , 71 | ; N Y C , WlttN W ,
37J : do pfd , 50J ; B 1,100 ; p & M ,
7 $ ; Lake Shore , 65 J ; UP5.9 } ; P
M , 24 ; Erie , 10J ; do pfd , lGSt ; P
20J ; do pfd , 53 } Vabash , 7 ; do
pfd , 10.
New York Produce Market.
.NEW " * OHK , Nov. 9.
Flour Limited demand. < .
Wheat Dull and lowermixe"d ;
spring , 118al 23 ; No. 2 MiUyvikee
new , 1 25al 27 ; Novembt . t-J 15a
I'Sal 27 ; " unter red wesfeili , poor'
120.Bye Quiet but firm ; western , 74
Corn Dull and unchanged.
Oats In fair demand ; western
mixed and state 29a48c.
Eggs Inactive ; western , 26a28c.
Pork Quiet aud steady at 17 25.
Lard Prime steam , 10 37alO 50.
Butter Hea'yand unchanged.
Whisky Unsettled at 1 09ja
New York Live Stock.
NEW YOKK , Nov. 9.
Cattle Beceipts , 3,000. Trade
dull and limited , prices } c higher ;
ordinary to prime steers , 10 00 ; a
few extra and fancy at 10 25alO 50.
Sheep Beceipts , 5,000. Firmer ,
more active and unchanged prices ;
lambs scarce aud Jo higher at 5 2ua
Hogs Beceipts , 3,000. Market
firm ; live weight Jc higher at 6 87 $
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO , Sov.,9. ; ,
Flour Quiet and weak.
Wheat Moderately active and
lower.Nol ; spring , 1 09 ; JNo 2 1 07J
al 07 } , closed inside ; cash , 1 07a
1 08 ; for November 1 OSJal 09J ,
closed 1 08 } , 1 09al 11 ; closed 110
Corn Moderately activefirm aud
higher ; high mixed 46c ; No 2 42 j a
43c ; closed 42c cash ; 42a42ijc , clos
ed 42c for November ; 42a43 clos
ed 42Jc bid for December ; 42a49gc ,
eiosea 42 } the year ; rejected 42c.
Oats Firm and higher ; closed at
outside prices ; No 2 , 31a31c cash ;
31a31c .November ; 32a32Jc December -
cember ; rejected , 34a34c.
Eye Fair demand ; No. 2 , 56c.
Barley Firm ; No. 2 , 79a79c ; 79 }
for November ; SOJaSlc for Decem
Pork 16 00 cash ; 15 37al5 40 the
year ; 15 47al5 50 for Jauuary.
9 80 cash ; 9 50 the year ;
9 52 } January.
Whisky 1 08.
Wheat At the close lower ; 1 08J
December ; 1 09 1-2 for January.
Corn Higher ; 42jn cash ; 43c for
Oats 31 l-2c cash.
Pork Easier at 15 35 l-2ca5 40.
Lard Year unchanged.
CHICAGO , Nov. 9.
Cattle Beceipts , 4,300 ; dull and
unsettled and no quotable cuange ;
low and fairsteers $2 55a4 12 } ; Mon
tana steers , 3 50a3 67 }
Hogs Beceipb , 1,600 ; shipments ,
1,800 ; active , firm aud higher ;
heavy and light packers , 5 50a5 90 ;
good to choice smooth shipping ,
5 80aG 15.
Bheep Beceipts , 520 ; good de
mand and firm for the best , others
weak and unsettled.
St. Louis Produce Market.
> , ST. Louis , November 9.
Flour Fair demand.
Wheat Steady ; 1 20al 25.
Corn Higher ; 52a53c ; new , 40
Oats Quiet and firm at 30a38c. "
Bye Quiet at 68c.
Pork Steady at 15 50.
Lard Steady at 9 75.
Bulk Meats-Fair demand ;
shoulders , 6Jc ; clear rib , 8a8Jc ;
clear , 88f c.
Whisky Dull and nominal at
Butter Steady at 20a20Jc.
Milwaukee Produce Market.
MILWAUKEE , Nov. 9.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Weak and Jc lower ; No.
2 MilvT-AJkee 1 09 } .
Corn Steady at 46c.
Oats Quiet and steady 31c.
Barley Higher at 63a78c.
Is called to the perfect-fitting shirts
and fine underwear manufactured by
Ihe Omaha Shirt Factory , Ph.
Gottheimer , proprietor. Having
opened an establishment for the ex
clusive manufacture of these goods ,
he guarantees satisfaction in every
case , both as to quality and fit , aud
his facilities are such that he is en
abled to turn out better work at les i
prices than can possibly be offered
elsewhere. A full line of gents'
fine furnishing goods constantly on
Give him a call. in y28 ly
By virtue of an order of sale issued out ol
tne District Court for Douglas county. Ne
braska , and to mo directed. I will , on the
TWENTY-THIRD DA YOFNO VEMDEJi
A. D. , 187B , at 10 o'clock , a. m , . of said day
at the south door of the Court House in the
City of Omaha , in said conntr , sell at public
auction the property described in said order ,
to-wit : Lot four (4) ( ) in block seven (7) ( ) , lot
four (4) ( ) in block thirteen (13' ( , lot eight (8) ( )
in block twenty-five (25) ( ) , lot six (6) ( ) in block
twenty-six (26) ( ) , lot seven (7) ( in block seven
ty-four (74) ( ) , lot three (3) ( ) in block ninety
(90) ) , lot one ( Din block one hundred and
sixty-six , and lot one (1) ( in block three hun
dred and forty-nine (349) ( ) , all in the city of
Omaha , in said county and State , as sur
veyed and lithographed , toccther with all
the appurtenances to the same belonging , to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered
by Nancy Ilnlst , plaintiff , against Charles
H.I Downs , Cornelia C. Downs , et al. . de-
feadants. ' BlffiLBY
.ALFRED j > uikUL Xt a
Sheriff of laid County ,
ana MrteUr Coiauiiftionf. \ t
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.
AilEEICAX PRESS ASSOCIATION DISPATCHES.
HURRAH FOR HAYES
His Stock is Rising *
- ' " CHICAGO , Nov. 10.
The Journal tola afternoon savs
under date of 3 o'clock that Plorida
lias voted lor Hayes , and sure by
not lesg.than 3,000 majority , and no
doubt .Louisiana and South Carolina
lina have done likewise.
The republican commutes claim
that Hayes is therefore elected ,
leaving North Carolina with her
ten votes in doul t , which , if it goes
Republican , will dd ten votes to
In" the next congrts5JftHirrepuiJn
can gains are : Arkansas 1 , Cali
fornia 2 , FlorMa 1 , Illinois 6 , In
dians 4 , Iowa 1 , Kansas I , Massa
chusetts 3 , Mkl.ieaii 2 , Missouri 4 ,
New Jersey 1 , Hew York 1 , Ohio 6 ,
Oregon 1 , Pennsylvania 9 , Tennes
see 1 , Colorado 1 , Louisiana 1 , V ir-
ginia 1. The republican losses are :
Alabama 1 , Kentucky 1 , Mississip
pi 2 , ( South Carolina 2 ( prob
ably ) , Nortn Carolina not
heard from. New Hampshire ia
yet to hold her congressional elec
tion. The delegation in that state
stands at present one republican
and two democrats. The total re
publican gain thus far 45 ; republi
can losses , 6 ; net gains , 39. This ,
with a gam of two from New
Hampshire would give the control
to the next house of representatives
to the republicans.
Seventy-seven counties in Illi-
iiuis foot up the Republican majori
ty at 20,36'J.
The Iowa majority Is still creep
ing up , and is now put at 60,000 ,
with a full delegation to Congress.
Florida has Gone Republican.
CLBVEI AND , Nov. 10.
The Leader's Bulletin has the fol
lowing : The chairman of the Flor
ida state central committee says
that the state is sure for Hayes.
A New York Herald special says
the state will go republican by 5,000
Florida and North Carolina Re
NEW YORK , Nov. 10.
The latest and most trustworthy
advices give Florida to Hayes by
0,000 majority. Hayes' election is
most sure. The New York Herald ,
Tribune and Times all concede 21
majority to him. North Carolina
lias gone Republican.
South Carolina Reported Repub
WASHINGTON , Nov 10.
Senator Patterson telegraphs from
Charleston that South Carolina has
gone Republican by 10,000.
Florida 0. K. for Hayes.
NEW YORK , Nov. 10.
There is now no doubt that Flori
da has gone Republican. Governor
Stearns telegraphs that Hayes' ma
jority will not fall below 2,500.
A Democratic Report.
JLiAKE ClTT , Fla. , NOV. 10.
The steamer referred to yesterday
reached Palatka from the upper St.
John river at 11 p. m. , with returns
showing increased democratic ma
jorities. It is conceded by the best
informed that the atate will give a
democratic majority of not less than
Election Trouble at San Fran
SAN FRANCISCO , Nov. 10.
The county clerk refused to give
up the papers , and finally the de
mand was withdrawn on agreement
that the officers representing the
city should keep watch over the bal
lots aud registration papers in con
junction with deputy United States
marshals. The returns will be can
vassed by the board of supervisors
PHILADELPHIA , Nov. 10.
3:37 : p. m. The president has this
moment closed the international ex
A. Hope , Jr. & Co ,
284 BODGE ST. ,
Omaha If oliraska.
Arc one ef the most valuable of our na
tive fruits. Cooling and astringent. Ithey
form when compounded and medicated the
very best and safest remedy known for
Diarrhea , Dyi.entery , Flux , and what ia
commonly called the Summer Complaint ) .
Thefc are always troublesome and sometimes
terribly fatal , especially among children ;
Alany lives might bo Eaved by giving them
prompt attention , and care. On the other
hand , many lives are sacrificed by the use of
preparations containing laudanum and other
piates. Dr. Green's Blackberry Cordial a
just what it represents to be ; a pure medica
ted compound containing nothing injurious
to the system , yet prompt and effective to
check and cure these diseases in men and
women. Being made without alcohol , it is
the very best and safest remedy for children.
After this disease is checked the body is
generally left worn and debilitated. A daily
and moderate use of Dr. Green's Bitter
Tonic will revive and build it np , giving tone
and vigor to the whole system , with an in
creased and healthy appetite. If your drug
gist does not keep Dr. Green's Family medi
cines , send to the proprietors , E. T. Bart-
ruffi-Co. . Burlington. Iowa , and they will
fend yon trial samples , as well as circular'
and testimonials ,
For sale by J , K , Jihiand byC. F. flood.
( Special to the Bit. )
LOWELL , Neb. , .Nov. 9.
The vote in Kearney county is as
follows : Whole number of votes
cast 230 , against 154 last year
Hayes 180 , lilden 44 , Cooper 6
Welch 180 , Holman 5. Hush , rep
resentative 7th district , 132 ; Har
mon , representative 7th district , 50 ;
Vollintiue , Hitchcock candidate , 44.
No returns from Franklin county ,
but think Bush , anti , is certainly
elected. Calkins , auti , for senate ,
no opposition. You BET.
Death of Frank Becher at Co
Special to the BEE. *
COLUMBUS Neb. , A ov. 10
Frank Becher , who has been
county 'clerk of Pla'tte county for
eighteen * yearsTllefl '
The English Newspapers.
LONDON , .Nov 8.
The Daily A'cics this morning ,
discussing the Presidential election
in tne Omted States , says the result
cannot surprise aiiy attentive
observer of American politics ,
[ t cannot cause a reversal of
: he legislation of the legislation of
; he years immediately succeeding
: he war. It is a change rather of
men than measures.
The News lears no injury to
American credit , and regards the
payment of the national debt in
specie as safe whichever party may
je in power. It bases its generally
favorable anticipations in a great
measure on the personal antece-
denis aud moderation of Mr. Til
den , who is likely to exerciao a re
straining inllueuce upon the ex
treme section of the party. It does
not as yet see any indication that
that the election effects the ques-
tltJu of protective legislation. Ques
tions relative to the South have
been deciding forces , the Sews
thinks , rather than the currency or
free trade problems.
The Standard also regards Mr.
JTilden's antecedents as furnishing a
good guarantee of houeaty aud mod *
eratiou of his administration , and a
a security against inflationism. The
Standard congratulates the Ameri
cans on the law-abiding spirit dis
played throughout the [ country ,
and says the result of the election iu
scarcely a greater cause of cotKrat-
ulatiou than the fact that so close a
contest for such a great fetation
should have passed without violence
and bloodshed when riots in a few
places might have turned the scale
by intimidating voters.
The 2fmes elabcratc'y reviews the
difficulties which Mr. Tilden will
have to encounter in consequence
of the conflicting majorities in the
Senate and House of Representa
tives , and also because of the claims
of various sections of the Democrat *
for office-patronage. The 'limes
considers Uov. THden'3 antecedents
a guarantee against his yielding to
the pressure of Southern Democrats
in favor of reactionary measures ;
and , in any event , it ia more
obvious that there Is no dan
ger of his assenting to measures
of inflation or repudiation. He ,
moreover , is too sagacious to modi
fy his foreign policy for the con
tentment of Irish Democrats. There
is no ground , whether from a finan
cial or political point of vision , for
denying him the confidence of
Englishmen. We are bound to re
spect the clearly-pronounced will of
the American people , and we cannot
consider it an unmixed misfortune
for the Republicans that they are
compelled to breathe the bracing
air of opposition.
SELLING OUT THE CENTEN
Tf hat Will lie Done With the Exhibi
There will be a general sole of all
the buildings belonging to the Cen
tennial board of finance on Thurs
day , November 30 at 11 o'clock
a. m. The list comprises the
main building and carriage annex ,
photographers' exhibition building ,
shoe and leatOer buildings , fudges'
hall , butter and cheese building ,
guard , station houses and various
other small buildings. Particulars
of the sale will be furnished in
pamphlet form , on application , ten
days bsfore the appointed time.
The sale was authorized by the
board of finance on Monday.
The expectation that most of the
state buildings on the grounds
would be presented to the city at
the close of the exhibition will
probably prove not well founded , as
with only eue exception they are of
frame , and , aside from the danger
of fire , the continuous expense in
painting and repairing would soon
equal the original cost of the struc
tures , thus detracting from their
actual value for parK purposes. The
Ohio state building , however , un
like the rest , was erected almost en
tirely of stone , and has bsen bo sub
stantially built that it will for
years preserve its present appear
ance as an ornament. The
originalt intention waa to present
this structure to the city , and , at recent -
cent meetings of the Ohio state
board the subject of its transfer to
the park commissioners has been
considered. Though no definite ac
tion has been taken i'n the matter ,
it is probable that some arrange
ment satisfactory to both the donors
and the recipients will be made at
an early day. Ihe German pavil
ion , a substantially built structure ,
may also in due time become the
property of the city , as the German
commiasiouer8 favor the project of
presenting it to the park commis
sion. A member of the commission
some time since wrote to tun minis
ter of foreign aflairs at Berlin for
instructions In regard to the pro
posed transfer , and an answer fa
vorable to the plan of permitting it
to remain permanently is confident
ly expected. Bo far as at present
known , it seems likeiy that the
other minor buildings will be sold
to Ihe highest bidder or disposed of
at private pale at the exhibition.
Purchasers for many of them , are
numerous , and fair prlcw.vil }
doubting be obtained (
THE "NEW AUTOMATIC. "
The Most Marvellous Advance in Sowing Mechanism.
The machines of the pa t are complicated. I
noijy , heavy running , easily deranged , slow. I
with many and weak parts , of roach work- I
roanship , unreliable feed , constantly vary
ing tension and make a clumsy , weak and
The New Automatic" is simple , noise
less , easy running , always in order. rar-H.
with nineteen moTtng part * , of exiuM (
finish , a perfect and irrefutable feed , with
out tension , and makes a strong ; , dcrablt.
beautiful and elastic seam.
Special Inducements ! to Merchants and Dealers.
_ FOK DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST. FREE. ADDRESS :
Wilcox & G-ibbs S. M.
M. HELLMAX & CO. ,
i * - -f V i
- AND'DEALERSTIN -
GENTS' FUBNISHING GOODS.
331-22 Farnham St. . Corner 13th Street.
ONE TRICE GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIHDRES.
MURPHY & LOVETT.
OFFICE 197 FARNIIAX STREET , OXAHArJ EU.
Fire , Marine & Inland Risks Written
As low as the hazards and the principles of sound UNDERWRITE- Justify. All
LOSSES promptly adjusted and paid at this Agency. :
The Following Companies Represented :
aturn : , of Hartford , - - Aneta , t 792,649 j
Hartford Fire , of Hartford , 2,5OOOOO O
North Brittia and Mercantile , of London ? and
Edinburgh , - S6OOOOOO'OO
Asiazon , of Cincinnati , . 975,284 OO
Conneotiont Plro , of Hartford , - 877,594 &
Soottion Commercial , of Qlajgo-w , - 10.000.0OO OO
St. Paul Tire and Marine , of St. Paul , 9OO.983 2 *
Minlnippi VaHey , of Momphl * , 404,719 97
American Centi'al , St. II
of Iionls , 1,2OOOOO O
QneonZ of Uverpool and liondon , - . II 11,145.729
Manhattan Fire of Now York. .11 8O1.O92 0
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! : SiTlOlV'E
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Western Agency for Miller's ' Celebrated DonWe-Caseft Wroilit Iren Ranges
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Moorman's Patent Marbleized Iron Mantel *
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made for cooking utensils. HEADQUARTERS for the following ?
well-known stoves :
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234 FARN1IAM STREET. O3TAIIA. N JS.
MannfaatBror and fDealerl in !
Halters , Whips. Blankets , Curry Combs ,
Brashes. Harness Oils. Ac. TRUNKS AND SATCHELS. Carriage trimmings
Awning maker. aa-Repairingncatlrdone. 271 Farnham-st. . near court house.
512 Twelfth. Street , Omaha , Nebraska"
BRANCH HOUSE also at 418 CLAY STREET , SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA. Th
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dec7-dly CONSIGNMENTS AND ORDERS SOLICITED.I
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- WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER !
- DEALER IN
CL01B AND IPAPER WINDOW SHADES F
No. 223 FARNHAM 8THEET ,
OMAHA. . . . . NEBRASKA"
A. B. HUBERMANN & CO. .
'ractical ' Watchmakers !
And Manufacrers iof Jewelry.
Soutliea.st Corner Douglas and Thirteenth-Sis , t
WATCHES CLOCKS , JEWELRY
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Dealers Can Save Time &
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EXGRAYING DONE FREE OF CHAIWE'
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to frelghloa * Mortenn. )
AHERT3 1'OR HAZARD POWDER COMPAXY5 :
205 Farimasn St. , -
G. F. GOODMAN
PAINTS OILS & WINDOW
Omaha , Nebraska , !
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