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    T H xS DAILY BEE
VOL. VI. OMAHA , KEB. , FRIDAY MQKJSTDSTG , JANUARY 19 , 1877. 185.
THE DAILY BEE
\
E. BOSEWATER , Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE-ISA Farnhan. bet. 9th and lOth-St * .
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Copy. year , in advance , ( postpaid ) . . $8.00
" 6 months , in advance. . . . 4.JJJ
i months , in advance 2.00
OMAHA ItLMISKNS lUREt/IORY
CRACKER MANUFACTORY.
McClnre 4 Smith. 185 Barney btreet. bet
Uth and 12th. deol5-tf
JOB PRINT1NU.
Omaha Bee. IIS Farnham Btreet.
MERCHANT TAILOK
0. A. Lindqnest. the Merenant allor. has
received a full assortment of Cloths. Cas -
meres and Vesting * , for sprint and summer
which can be made up in the latest style and
at reasonable rate * . Satisfaction snaran-
teed. ept5
SOAP FACTORY.
Premium Soap Works. Powell A Co. . rtill
mannfactnre their Premium Soap. Five
first rireminmsawarded by the Douglas coun
ty and State fain , and Pottar itamie county
Iowa. Order * solicited from the trade. .
FREDERICK ,
THE HATTER
I
Oppos'te Grand Central Hotel.
dee 6-6m
fin tJo ? 32 PAHNHAM S'
I-
a. A BU.UKGU. . . VT. NiBUK.
Or * .
234 Farnhnm Street
BKTWERN l3TH A UTH .UP-STAIRS.
Teeth extracted without pain oy nse of Ni
rons Oxide. OtBce open at all hours.
PHYSICIANS AI U STJKGEONS.
SURGICAL ROOMS.
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 Kec-
um.
OFFICE Corner of Fansi ? and 14th
Street , first door to the right , np-stairti. Res
idence. 18th Street , first door south of the
Second Methodist Church. Omaha , Nebras
ka. Address Lock Bnr W. ian'1Hfrwtf
H I > MATHEWSONMD.
Physician & Surgeon
Office Cor. FarnHam and 13Iht. o > er Drug Store
Residence , 615 east side Seventeenth street
between Davenport and Chicago.
Office hours 8:30 tolO:3Ja. m. . 2 to 4 and
6 to 8 p. m. . decf-lm
V. H. COFFMATST. M. D. .
Physician & Surgeon
241 Farnham Streit.
For Professional Services Three Dollar * a
ep 10-dlT
O.S. WOOD M.J > . .
HOMCEPATHIST
\ BOOM 1. CREIOHTOff BLOCK ,
Northwttt Corner Fifteenth and Douglii-SU.
Residence % )5 ) Sixteenth Street. Corner of
irace. Omaha , Nebraska.
Compound Oxygen treatment for Chronic
ffiSTHouw-StolOA. ! ! . . ! to 4 P. M. .
and 6 to H > * . M. _ tep20dtf
I HOMCEPATHIST
4 OFf ICE Rooms NOS.12&I3. Jacobs' Blocl
4r COS. FIFTSENTff-ST. & CAPITOL-A V.
\r \
-OFWCE HOURS ? to 10 a. m. . 2 to 4.
Md 7 to 8 p. m. ianStf
H. C.JESSEN , M.D. .
HOMCEPATHIST
Rendmet : 2M Howard , b lth Jkl3t\.tU.
Office 312th St. bet. Farnam t Barney
0fSce hours from 8 to 10 a. m. . Irom 1 to 4 p
m. . nd from 7 to 8 p. m. octiStf
DR. DON ,
OFFICE-SII Fourttenth-st , 2d floor. Room I ,
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Treat ! Chronlc.ViruIent and Special Diseas-
M Including Nervous Debility and Vena-
real complaints such ai Syphilis , Gonorrhea ,
Gleet , Stricture , Orchitis , Bubo.
Chances reasonable , and permanent cures
made in the shortest time possible. Seminal
Weakness , Spermatorrhea ( night losses ) ,
Sexual Debility and Impotency ( loss of
leznal power ) , and all Impediments to Mar
riage permanently cured. No mercury used.
Patients at a distance treated by letter. Med-
tcinei sent everywhere. Consultations free ,
personally or by mail.
Office hours : 9 a. m. to K p. m. Sunday
IP TO t P. m.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
MAX. MONVOISIN.
FCR. SKIN DRESSER.
-A. DST 3ST
Kid BOT * and Fur cleaned Buck and Fur
cloves mxdeand repaired.
M10th t5t. Shop. IBth St. bet. Ilowa.d and
Jackson. dee2ft-tf
PUMPS. PIPE & HOSE.
Steam. Force and Lift Pumps. Iron and , .
Bran Double and Single Acting Force
Pumps , Lead , Qas and Steam Pipe and
Fitting * . Brass Valres. llose. Engine -
Trimmings , eta. Wholesale und Kelail. T
A. L. STRANQ. . ?
oolS-6m 181Farnham-st. . Omaha. r eb.
ul.Many
Many think , but it isn't true-
Santa Clans comes as he nsed to do ;
The world nas grown < o large of lute ,
He loads up early anddoesu twait.
This year be has agents to do it all ,
And don't go aronud to thj houses at all ;
He hai one ploce in every town.
Where his n- . . . .it ? can all be found.
At midnLJt nt week he went to Bunco
And thi.-o u loaaed his sleigh at once-
Jn > t aa he done in yean before
He filled chock full Buuce's More.
With presents for Katie , Nellie and John.
And hundreds of others , all writteo down :
He says your mothers must go to Bunco ,
And hare the ( roods sent homo at once.
With every gift , be it one or more.
A present goes from Bunco's St-ro. ,
So send and get your things right quick
With your present from good bT. NJCII.
Bunco's Hat Emporium corner Fourteenth
and Douglas sis '
JO JaSJIYM A N TAILOR'S UNION.
Mwti Int Monday in every month at lur-
B r Hall , at S o'clockrOffieen Preiident C.
HaiBinan ; Vlac-President John Iflelgel.
k eordtf and Uomspondlng fiecretarr. B.
HayM ; Xreusrer. ( iusuv Swanson.
jdOULDEKS UNIO.N. no. l ,
Oflloarj atident , A. S. Wrigley ; Vie * "
Thorns * dontlemaa ; Recording Bscretary
Cai. .jpfc.r3.r ; Jfinancial be-retary.A. J
KoMru. Uoiwjponding Keprescntanve A.
8. Wri < laiTewuror , Jonn B. bheller :
f. Williui Lamb ; Doorkeeper. JTnnK
-rracUw. Chu. A. tipairow ,
WrUl.r. > L
LINCOLN.
Balloting for U. S. Senator.
Investigations in Order-Stir Among
the People. -
CAUCUSES.
Lincoln , January 17. Your cor
respondent has reeu lyine in snow
drifts between stations so much this
week dowu along the M. . P. railway
as to render it impossible for bim
to ootaiu or bend auytuiuc ; from the
legislature. By sheer good luck he
was enabled to register at the Com
mercial to day in time for dinner ,
and promises to he hand , and to
keep your readers posted as to the
legislative grinding * and senntorial
bolting of this great windwil1 ,
which is endeavoring to provide
daily bread to some aspirant for a
seat in the councils of the nation ,
and a horde of hungry would-be
appointees to various positions of
profit and trust
Proceedings Tuesday.
Of course much of the day is
spent these times in balloting for
senator. Yesterday at 2 p. m. the
proposition was made to proceed to
ballot for a successor to P. W.
Hitchcock , which was agreea to
af er a vote to take a recess until
4:30. : The only bill of importance
presented v ? as that of Birkhruaer Jo
regulate certain abuses which now
exist in the plan pursued by the
stewards of our public insti
tutions in buying their supplies. He
clhima these supplies are bought
with no reference to price , and one
or more firms get the advantage of
a monopoly , and heavy profit ,
whereas all firms should be permit
ted to bid , and then the lowest bid
der be given the privilege of fur
nishing supplies by contrac-
"iour readers read the result of i
the ballot for senator this morning.
Appended is the Globe report of
this day's proceedings :
SENATK
Wednesday , Jan. 17.
Senate met at 10 a. o.
Called to order by the LieutGov. .
Boll called by the Secretary
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Mr. Colby , senator from Gage ,
without sitting down after prayer ,
presented the following reaolutl n :
" 1 move that a committee of five
be appointed by the president to
Inquire into the matter of an alleged
conspiracy on the part of a certain
railroad company and persons in
connection with the pending Sena
torial election , said committee to
have power to send for persons and
papers , and to take immediate ac
tion. "
Air Calkins offered the following
substitute :
"Whereas , P. W. Hitchcock ,
United States Senator from this
State , and candidate for re election ,
claims to have In lite posnus-sion let
ters written by the officers of a cer
tain railroad corporation , in which
said officers tender the use of money
to secure the election of Alviu
Saundera or Clinton Brigga as U. S.
Senator , and
Whereas , it is claimed by the offl
cera and attorneys of said K. R cor
poration , that the letters so as afore
said claimed to huve been written
and in possession of the said P. W.
Hitchcock are false , fictitious and
corruptly and falsely made aud pro
cured to wrongfully influence the
pending senatorial election , and
Whereas , it is important that the
members of this senate should be
informed as to the facts.
Be it resolved , That a committee
of five be appointed to investigate
toe facts in the premises with full
power to send for persons and pa
pers.
pers.Covell
Covell , of Otoe , offered the follow
ing aa an amendment to the substi
tute :
Whereas , charges have been made
that certain railroad corporations or j 1'
persons connected therewith have gj
sent written communications offer- i q
'
ing to supply mouey to secure the a
election of a Uuitd States Senator
from the State of JNebra ka ; ai
Therefore it Is moved that a committee -
to
mittee of five be
appointed by the c
President of ihe Senate to invest-
gate said charges of corruption by „
the use or promise of money or nether
other J'dvautrt.'e by any railroad or Jj
other corporation : .i any person n
relative to tiie election of United °
States Senator by the legislature of to
the State o' IM .braska bi
biU
Whether any corrupt influences U
have been used relative theieto or Pin EO
are now being used to control the n
election of UH. . Senator. ft'ft
I'mt said committee have power fttl
to send for persons , papers aud tlc
books in which accounts of expen 6
ditures of money for such purpose V
m y have been kept aud to compel
attendance of witnesses and the
production of all books aud papers
relating to the subject of investiga
tion , to administer oat hsdiid to em
ploy a stenographic reporter if necessary
essary- -
Also , whether any conspiracies
have been forwarded to
forge any on
papers or documen s , to implicate
certain candidates for U. S. Senator
or to effect tha the election of U. 8.
Senator.
Simdar resolutions to the above
were introduced In the House , and
the special committees were in ses
sion thisafternoou taking testimony.
The senate committee had open ses in
sion , the other other secret , but the
evidence was substantially the same.
Nothing of a very "damaging char
acter has thus far been brought
against Briggs and Saunders , and
the committee will probably bring
in a decision exonerating these gen
tlemen from all taint of corruption
in this most Infamous attempt of the
Hitchcock strikers to bolster up
their totteringcause. The affidavits
of Brings , Saunders ard Marquette ,
and those of the employes of the
B & M. K R. are insurmountable
obstacles to their case , aud in thti
minds of fair men are having the
weight which such statements from
such men should and do naturally
have.
SUCH A STIR (
as the preteuded exposure caused
yesterday is only exceeded by that t (
created by the cry of the rewsboya
to night-11 Evening Gfo'je : ALL
ABOUT HITCHC CK'S FORGERY ! "
on
It h > apparent that the turn the mat
ter In taking is a surprise to the
Hitchcock men , as their only living
witness , Flanuigajskipped out , "
leaving only a letter , showing what
induced him to forge the letters and
signatures To-morrow the com
mittee will probably announce their E
decision , and unless evidence is
brought to the contrary it will
diimn the faction , which originated
the charges , to political perdition- .
CAUCUSES
are being held in the different parts
of their several headquarters , and
to-night it is prpposed ihe nltimzte
conclusions as lo candidate ? will be
reached The forgery fact on are
in 13 , debating the very probable
failure of their last dodge aud may
be endeavoring toconcoat some new
scheme whereby tl ey may organize
victory ont or what otherwise will
be inevitable defeat. As the money
of the back piy giabber was used
by Adams and Hascall to spring
thtessl'-set rrap , they will have to
drop their beloved candidate , and
then what a scramble among those
hundred officials for the "succes
sion. "
The Antis are harmonious and
well likely unite on Kaundere , al
thjuih'a few are enthusiastic over
the prospects of an equally eminent
man , Judge Lake
DanVcrj'i have agreed to suppoit
Calhoun , and claim to have a fair
prospect to obtain the scattered in
dependent votes. The flght will bo
out down to a selection from three
before mauv ballots. LINO.
NATIONAL SOKGUL MfflJTB
OF INDIANAPOLIS. IND.
Three or More of iis 3ureoni About < o Re
visit thit Ciiy.
Another OppOrtuni y Offered for the Relief of
of the Afflicted of our Siate without going
to Indianapolis.
The Burgeons will be atthe Grand
Central Hotel , Omaha Mcb. Jan
uary 18 , 19 , 20 , 1877. They will
have with them this time a much
finer outfit of braces and appliances
than heretofore , ana m every re
spect will come fully prepared to
treat all surgical cases , Paralysis ,
all kinds of deformities of the
face , spine and limbs , diseased
lomts , diseased eyes , Catarrh , pri
vate dieea'-es ' , Files , Fistula , etc.
Remember , these surgeons are
from the old reliable .National Bur-
Institute fouuded'by Dr. H.e
R. Allen.
US2- 9 13 16 17 18 19-w3t
ATTENTION !
Is called to the perlect-litting shirts
and fine underwear manufactured by
Ihe Omaha Sfiirt fhctoru , Ph.
Gottueimer , proprietor. Haviu/j
opened an establishment for the ex
clusive manufacture of these goods ,
he uarantees satisfaction in even'
caaa > oth a to quality and lit , ant
his facilities are such that he is en
abled to t rn out better work at leea
prices than can possibly be offered
elsewhere. A full line of gents'
fine furnishing cooda constantly on tla
and. Give him a call i26vm a
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LEG\L ADVERTISEMENTS.
LEGAL NOIIUt. P
State of Nebraska. Douglas County , ss :
At a county court held at the county court
room , in and for said county. Dec. 19th A.
D . 1876. Pre-ent. C. H. Sedgwick. Cointy
Judge. In the matter of the estate of Wal
ter A. Blake , deceased.
On reading and filing the verified petition
of James ( > . McQeath. aiminiitrator for
permission to compromise certain claims of
the es'ate against debtors thereof and for
the allowance of his account as filed. Or
dered , that January 23d A. D..1876. at9o'-
CIOCK a. m. , is assigned for hearing said pe
tition , when all persons interested in said
matter may-appear at a Count ? Court to be
held , in and tor said county , and show
cause why the prayer of petitioner should
not be granted ; and that notice of the pen
dency of said petition and the hearing there
of , be given to all persons interested in faid
matter , by publishing a copy of this order
in the Omaha Weekly BKK. a newspaper
printed in said county , for three successive
weetcs. prior to said day of f- - '
C , H. i .
' \ true copy. County Judge.
ian < -w3t
LEGAL NOTICE.
To Oeorae Smith Barclay W fc junior Mar
ietta C. Wnrren Wolcott Barclay Tfhit
nrf Peter Hwcl non-reiident defendant ! .
Yon are hereby notified that on the 23d
day of December IS 6 n petition was filled in g
the District Court in and for Douglas County C
Nebraska by Qccrcre S. Oilman as plaintiff
and against yon impleaded with Joel T. ' Cl
Griffin and others as defendants the object , ' QI
and prayer of which petition is that an . .
account mxy be taken of the amount due to i Hl
the said plaintiff upon certain notes and 5C
' per cent , from date navable to the order
of the said plaintiff on the 1st day ofcp -
temberl876. that an order " 'ay bo made re
quiring the payment of raid sum within
short day to be fixed und that in default of
such payment thn said premises so mortgaged
may be ordore < l t ? be sold and the proceeds
applied to the piyment thereof and to re
deem sai 1 premises from sale for taxes and
pay the delinquent taxes due thereon a-d
costs and attorneys fees to be award
ed ' bv the Court. Also that the Raid
defendants Uarciay White and Peter Honsel
may be required to disclose the extent and id
nature of their interest in or lien on the said
premises and the amount thereof , that the
amount due to the said Qeo. Warren Smith m
under : his mortgage on * lot 1 in block 87 , in
OmatuCity may be ascertained and that er
said lot may be sold and the proceeds applied
the payment of the amount which may erm
be so found due. and to the redemption of m
laid lot from sale for taxes and the balance
( the amount so to be found due to said
pUinittr. that thereupon the said delendanta Wi
may each of them be forever excluded from
all ' right enterest and equity of redemption
or to said prcmisej or any part threof and Stl
for general relief. Tbe eaid premises ar
thus described. Lot 4 block 87. in Omaha
City , the s. w. yt of the n. w. X of section
township 14 Banco IS east. Also the s , e.
* of ths n. e. K of section 1 township 14
range U east , also commencing at the S E.
corner of the wes : K of the n. e. M of sec
tion 1 township 14 range 12 east , thence n ,
K.19 chains , thence W. 11.30 chains to
center of little Pauillion creek thence in a re
southerly direction al ngtho meanders of i
said creek to a point in the center of said
creek , on the south line of the west K of
tne neof said section 1. thence past 9.60 ru
chain * to place of beginning , contain.up ic
all H9.16 acres of land.
You are required to answer said petition
the sth day of February , 1877
OEO. W. DOANE.
dec27-w4w Mtv. for olaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE.
Dudley M. Steele aud Sa-n-i-i R. John
son , partners aa Steele i Johnson plain
tiffs , vs ( Jhnrles Ba'tz difondant.
Said defendant will tike notice th > t said
plaintiff- " have filed tb : r petition against
aim i > the District'Jourt for Douglas conaty
the State of Nebraska. The object and
prayer ot Slid petition is to obtain judg
ment afrainst said iefendant tor ! 4)5.2S with w
interest frox September 4th 1876 Defen
dant is required to answer said petition on at
the Sth day of March 18 < 7. t
STEELE & JOHNSON.
By ALBERT SWJLBTZLANDIB. Attorney y
j .7-w4t ut
m
I. GAL NOTICE.
'
Frederick P. Bnrgett plaintiff , vs Jere diUE
miah Behm. F. ( Jllie Behm. his wife , and UE
Alfred H. Dnfrene defendants. UEer
To Mnidilffendnnti , Jeremiah Behm and F.
Ollle Behm hit icife i
You and each of you are hereby noti pi
fied that an action has been commenced picl
against you and eaid defendant Alfred U.
Hufrene bo the raid Frederick f. Bnrgett. 80
plaintiff , in the Di.trict Court in and for 80at
Douglas county. Nebraska , to foreclose a
at
certain mortfrao deed of the following real
estate situated in said county and state 10-
wit : The southwest quarter of the north
west quarter and tue northwest quarter of
the southwest quarter of section twenty-five
(25) ) , and the sonthea-t quarter of the north
east quar er , and the northeast quarter of
the southeait quarter of section twenty-six m
(26) ) in township fifteen (15) ( ) north of range
lve (12 , east of thenrth principal me fa
ridian , cent ining one uadred and sixty 4 [
acres more or Ins. together with all the ai-
purtenances thereto belonging. Slade , ex ;
ecuted and delivered by you to said plaintiff
the 26th day of July. A. D. , 876 , to se
cure the payment of a certain promissory
note tf even tlate therewith , m de by cam
defendant Jeremiah liehm to s.id plaintiff
And you will t-ke _ otice that unle.s you
answer the petition of said tla'ntiff [ in said -
action by the JSih day of February. A.J ) . , Ei
187i , the r mewill ba taken againrt you as Jli
true. FKKDE1UCK. P. 1JORQETT.
Plaintiff.
BT J. L. WttSTKiL and BK. . QATLOED T :
Bii AttoxBtn. iaoll-lfiZ SO-fcbGd P.
TELEGRAPHIC.
IWWl
He is Elected U. S Senator on
the Fourth Ballot.
[ MinNIGHl lELEQUAPH. }
Special ditpatch to The Bet.
LINCOLN , January 18.
VICTORY ! Alvin Hannderselec
ted United States Senator on the
fourth ballot. The vcte stood
Maunders , 88 ; Savage , 25 ; 1 absent.
THIRD BALLOT FOB SENATOR.
baunders Atea , Baird , Blanch-
nrd. Bryant , Birkhauser , Cilkius ,
Games , Chapman , Colby , Dawes ,
Allen , Anyau , Barker , BeaMsIey ,
Baobitt , Boggs , Bruno , Bush , Cad-
man , Caldwell , Champlin , Chase ,
ulark , Daolittle. Eiseley. Elliott ,
Ewan , Fitrhpatnck , Frady , Fre-
ricbs , Gerdis , Gilinan , G'ilmore ,
Griffith , Halderman , Harrison ,
Harvey , Healey , Hulliheu , John
son of Burt , Johnson of
Hamilton , Jojdan , - Garfleld ;
Gilham , Hayes , Holt , Howe ,
Kennard , Knipp , Pepoon , Powers ,
Thummel , Van Wyck , Walton ,
Wilcox , Jury , Lambert , Love , AIc-
Kee , RTcCall , McCreedy , Menpol ,
Mercer , Mills , Moore , Neville , Nic-
odemua , Northrup , Page , Parker ,
Paui , Phillip ? , RPS ! , Robb , Runyan ,
Sadler , Schminke , Selden , Small ,
Smith , Spellman , Spicknall , Sprick ,
Switzer.Vellp , Whelpley , Whit-
comb , Wolfe , Mr Speaker.
teavaae : Ambrose , Brown , Co
vell \ , Crawford , Baker , Barnum ,
Bear , Belden. Blackmore , Burtch ,
Creiehton , Gibson , Hall , Heffejnan ,
Hinman , North , MoVicker , Pol
lock , Pntchett , Shelby , St. Glair ,
Walters , Wilcox.
The causeof thissuddeu and over
whelming defeat of Senator Hitchcock -
cock , at the very ballot when his
friends were more sanguine of his
election , wa's attributable to the ac
cumulating evidence of a tie-up
with the Democracy and n bargain
on the Presidential vote. The Dem
ocrats had arranged to throw their
vote for Hitchcock on this or at fur
thest on the subsequent ballot , and
this forced the Republicans to rally
in solid phalanx for Sauuders.
FOREIGN NOTES.
THE PROPOSALS OF THE POWERS
REJECTED.
London , January 18.A dispatch
from
Constantinople announces
that the graud council to-day , after
an animated dpbate , unanimously
fjected < the last piopasals of the
European powers , as contrary to
the dignity , integrity , and inde
pendence ot the e i.pire ,
ILLIJN0IS.
VOLUNTARY BANKRUPTCY.
Chicago , January 18. Sboeufeld
Bros , 16S aud 170 North Clark Bt. ,
dry goods merchants , have tiled a
voluntary petition in bankruptcy.
Liabili.ies , § 107,000 ; assets $28,000.
riie firm has done a large buslnes- "
sver since the fire , In which they
lost their entire property.
THE FLOOD.
Cairo , January 18. Very heavy
ice in the Oiiio , extending from
shore to snore , swtp : along by iho
jurrent over six miles an hour. A i
ferry boat and several flat boats , ap
parently unoccupied , also many
ikiffs , have passed this f oreuoou.
No damage reported here. olcc ccdi
di
FEOM THE WEST.
STOCK RUN OFF.
Cheyenne , January 18. Intelli-
euce < ; was received today from
3hug . Water , 50 miles north of this
sity , that the Indians made a raid
m the ranches near Chug vVater
itation , last night , driving oil about
10 .horses The Indians were fol-
owed by the ranchmen for several
niles , but succeeded iu getting
iway with the stock.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
IsEW YORK , Jan. 18.
Wheat Quiet and unchanged.
Rye Quiet.
Barley Steady.
Corn Fair demand for new mix-
; new , no grade , 6162c. . <
Oats Quiet , but nrm ; wes'ern j
nixed and state , 43a54c.
Eggs -Dull aud unsettled ; west-
irn , 32a36c.
Pork Lull and unsettled ; new
ness , 17 60J.
Dreased Hoga Scarce and firm ;
western , 8 50.
LardQUet and firm : prime
team , 11 15
Butter Unchanged.
Whisky Steady at 1 Hal 15.
ST. LODIS PRODUCE.
ST- Louis , Jan. 18.
Wheat Dull and lower ; No 2
ed fall , 1 54 cash ; 1 55 bid January ;
58 I March ; No 3 do , 1 43 } .
Corn Dull ; 40a40Jo ; 4i c Feb-
uary.
Oats Quiet at 35c.
Rje Easier at 7Sc.
Barley Quiet and unchanged.
Whisky 1 07.
Pork Dull ; 16 7516 90 bid , close.
Lard Dull at 10 84J.
Bulk Meats Weak ; shoulders
ijc ; clear rio , 8Ja8Jc , clear , 8a8J.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO. Jan 18.
01
Cattle Receipts , 5,000. There
vas an easier feeling , with no quot-
ible decline of values. Fair te ex-
a ! shippers sold at 415u5 55 , chief-
at 4 40a5 14 ; stockers , quiet and
mchanged ; butchers' cattle do. ;
narket closed quiet.
" Receipts , 10,000. Market i
lull , "with decided decline in val-
ies. ijight bacon , 5 93a6 05 ; pack-
irs , 5 75a6 00 ; good to choice ship-
iers , 6 20u6 60 ; bulk of transfers
lurchiised at their own figures ;
ilosed dull with large number un-
old Sheep Receipts , 5,000. Active
md firm .
fi.
HT. LOUIS LIVE STOCK.
ST. Louis , Jan , 18.
Cattle Receipts 2,000. Good de-
nand , at full prices Choice to
ancy 5 25i5 fiO ; good to prime
60a5 00 , pny , 4 00a4 95 ; fair to
oed cows and heifers , 3 12ja4 00 ;
tockera and feeders , 9 503 60
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HISTORY if
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- - & - mm 'UNITED ' STATES. ?
I bj Bwaojr J. LOMUO. LL. D now readj t On/jr edl lee i
whtth If tvmpUto or vi > rtbj to be published In holb *
InclUh and German. Onel&rcc ud profuscl j
lutratrd.et lo * | .riced Tolame.3V < ce Uiecontcnuof
Tnrjosinfccrr * rTtrjwaerw IB mgionJi-iJ
benee , rare cfe&Bc * for Accnu MtUac v * * -
ndatvAccfardcKnpUvaandUbcrultcmu , to
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A T RRIB T : CUEJGH.
How often we hear the above re
mark during these extreme changes
of weather. Colds , coughs and
aore throats werenever more prev
alent among children than now.
Now we are going to urge you to
try a remedy which has excited
comments by pny. Tciaua all over the
country , who acknowledge their
surprise at the wonderful and hap
py results from its u e. That reme
dy is the well known preparation ,
Hale's Cough Cordial. Your own
druggist , Martin & Kentmrd wil
tell you that it i * the best cough
medicine they ev.er sold ; and will
warrant a cure or return your mon
ey to you in rase of a failure after
using one half botlto. It is very
pleasant to the taste , making It a
very desiraolft remedy for children.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
JohnE EdwardsvsEbscrs ; < tCo. Chicago
III Individual rnme of firm unknown.
Before August Weisy. Justice of the Peacs
"a and for Douglas oountyNeb.
On the 6th day of January , 1S77 , said jus
tice issued an order of attachment in the
above action for the snn > of S7a 00.
J. E. EDWARDS.
Have-
FOR OUT :
We Will Sena. rostHse Paid
J. It contains ALTL TJIE NEWS of the
ast eeven days , collected by the agents and
correspondents of the New York Daily
WORLD , and in fulness , accuracy and enter
prise in this respect is unequalled.
2. Its AGIUCUI/TUKAI. DKPAKT.
JJKNT contains the latest news of farm ex
periments at home and abroadcontributions
by home and foreign writers , full reports of
the Farmers'Club of the American Institute ,
and quotations of valuable and interesting
articles appearing in the agricultural week
lies and magazine1 : .
3. Its GKAftOE NEWS , to which atten
tion is specially cilled , is a feature which can
bo found in no other paper. All the resour
ces at the command of a great metropolitan
d lily newspaper arc employed in its collec
tion , and the result is a page each week
whore the members may find a complete re
cord of the work of the order in every State
in the Union for the past seven days. In ad
dition to this weekly record , THE WORLD
gives the cream of all the local grange pa
pers in every Stite. This department is and
will continue to be under the charge of one
of the active members of the orde"
4. For the f lit ENIDE DEPARTMENT
in addition to it , other attractions , such as
poetry , 'miscellany , numerous extracts 4o. ,
dur . the coming year , there will be not
loss ndone hundred short tails by the best
imttrs of fiction in England and America.
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dnwn to the hour of publication , are the
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racy and completeness ths market reports of
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Address.
THE WOULD.35 Vark Ilow , S. Y.
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i'nt latr . > 'i"-.i i . St3t ! or tenctsitsbt
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E TINTS "
Says a Boston physici > n , "has no equal as
blood parifier , Hearing of it ) manv won-
ierfnl cures , after all other remedies had
failed , I visited the Laboratory and con
vinced myself of its genuine merit. It is
orepared from rks. roots and herbs , each U
ol whicn is h ly effective , a , d they are
ompounded in such a manner as to pro-
luce astocishing results "
at
Is the great Ttlood purifier.
VEG-KTINE Tl
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula. Si
VEG-E TINE
Is recommended by physicians and apotb
ecariej.
ecariej.VKGETI E
Has effected some marvelous cures | in
case ? of Cancer.
VE ETTNE
Onrssjhe worst cases of Oinker.
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Meets with wonderful .success in Mnrcu- ceh
rial diseases. h
VEG-FTIN " ai
aim
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the sys- m
tem.
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VEG-ETINE
Cures the most inveterate cases of Erysip tb
elas. . .
VEG-ET'JSTS S
Removes ipiinples and Humors from the
face. . .
VEGET NE *
Cures Constipation and regulates the bow- ;
els. _ _ _ _ _ s
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Is a valuable remedy or Heailache. *
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Will cure Dyspepsia t
VE * KTINE o
Restores the entire system to a healthy j
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Cures Pains n theS.de.
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Remove jthe causa of pizziness. _ pt >
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Relieves Faintness attheStomach. ill
VJEGBTIXTE
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Cures P.iins in the Back. dl
vsGBTiiraj be >
Effectually cures KidneyComplaint
tb
Is effective in its cure of Female Weakness , tom
toot
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Is the treat remedy for General Debility.
Is acknowledged by all cl isses of people to
bo the best and most reliable blood pun- lode
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fEGEr'lW FsrSULD BY ALL DRUO-
ISTa.
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tor
vUh numeroui engravl 8U
fromlile tctchci all the 8Ub
quititire ibould kro r b (
Courtihip.
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imj of Duets ? . vith hundndi of rilutble 4 1 ,
o ihould m > tTTthP ! mpcdiru ntf to mam < . thrtr
end cure. Tmt on all llimin , tullj nplainlnj : t
< r , jrmp'amaacJnittnftociirc : itli thvonly r *
intific work ot the kind erer publuhed. and isronr
vf rr rrnpect. Sent pecnrely sealnl on receipt ol y
Ims. Dr. C. A. BOIUNM.K , 13 fforth - i&h "
LJUMo
aad - fpecoUly cored Fainl s < : ne Ct
nprai
wbluuty ' OatS M AdORiiaPr.Cvr'toa. Cta
VERT LATEST.
SENATORIAL FIGHT.
To-Da > ' Ballot.
Saunders , 45 ; Hitchcock , 36 ;
Savage,26 ; Lake4 ;
Davis , 30.
Another Ballot to be Taken at 4
o'clock this Afternoon.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH FftuM THE
LEADING COMME-CIAL CITIES OF
THE COUNTRY UP 10 3:00 P. M.
IFO URO'QLOCKP. if. REPORT ]
Sptnai DttpaUfi la ( Ac Set.
Lincoln , January 18-12m. The
joint couvenlion met ut noon , with
114 members peat > nt. The follow
ing was the result :
TH FIRST BALLOT.
In theHeuafe , vofiug fotSaun'defs"
Aten , Baird , i'latichard , Calklna ,
JL'awes , Garfleld , Gilham Ruapp ,
Pepoon , Van Wyck , Walton. In
the House Allen , Anyau , Boggs ,
Bruno , Brush , Caldwell , Ctiamplin ,
Doohttle , Eyler. E.hott , Ewan ,
Fitchpatrick , Frerich , Gerdis , Gill ,
Holnman , Johnson of Hamilton ,
Jury , Lambert , Love , aicOall , Men-
gel , Mills , Moore , Robb , Sadler
Schminke , Selden , Small , Bprick ,
Uwitzer , Whitcomb , Mr. dpsaker
34.
In the Senate , voting for Hitch
cock Bryant , Carnes , Chapman ,
Oil by , Hayes , Howe , Kennard ,
Powers , Thummel , Wilcox ; in the
House : Barker , Beardaly , Bobitt , (
Cadman , Chase , Clark , Frady , Grif
fith , Harriaou , Johnson of Burt ,
Jordan , McKee , McCready , Nico-
demus , Northrup , Parker , Paul ,
Phillips , Rice , Runyon , Smith ,
Spellman , Si icknall , WellWhelp -
ley 36.
Savage carried the Democratic
vote , as follows : In the Sauale -
Ambro-e , Brown , Covell , Crawford ,
Ferguson , Hinman , ISorth ; in the
House : Baker , Barnum , Bear , Bel-
den , Blackmore , Burtch , Creightou ,
Gibson , Hall , Hefforman , McViek-
er , Mercer , Neville , Polbock.Pntch-
ett , Shelby , St. Glair , Walters , Wil-
BOI 26.
Lake received the votes of Oil
man , Healy , Pa e and Wolfa of the
Souse. 1
Davis received the votes 'of Birk-
hauser and Holt in the Penate and
Meyers in the House.
Several motions to amend a mo
tion to take a recess till 4 p. m. were
put and lost , but finally ihaoiiginal
motion was carried.
The caucus of theanties last night
njreed to consolidate their Tote on
Saunders. The Democrats -agreed
this morning to drop Calhoun and
ivill vote for Savage solid.
SECOND BALIOT.
Lincoln , January 18 , 12 m. at
blouse : Hitchcock26 , Saunders 34 ,
Savage 19 , Lake 4 , Davis 1. Sen- al
ite : Hitchcock 10 , HaunderB 11 ,
Savage 9 , Lake none , Davis 2.
L'otals : Hitchcock 36 , Sajnders 45 , Ia
Savage 26 , Lake 4 , Davis 2.
Another ballot soon. isis
Later Adiourned till 4 o'clock.
it
WASHINGTON. is
CONGRESSIONAL
Washington , January 18. The ( X
lommittee on counting electoral N
rotes have been in session two
tours < and apprehensions of a break
ire felt. Later. he joint com
nitteehave definitely agreed upon
report jvhich is to be Hbortiv re
tried : to the Hou.e. The bill of
at
he . joint commit ce on counting
rotes provides for a joint meeting
in the second Wednesday in Feb
tury , when , if objections are made ,
he two houses are to separate and
vhere but one return from a state
made it shall be rejected only on dfai
afiirima'ive of both
vote bouses , ai
more than one return or aih
taper purpoUmg to bo a return
presented from on State. All are A
be opened and to be submitted to
he committee for its judgment and
lecision , on the Tuesday preceding
lie first Thursday in February , ro
877. Each house shall , by viva th
roce vote , appoint five members , thof
vho , with five members of the 8u-
of
reme Court , are to constitute the
tommisdioners for the decision ot th
thdc
questions upon or in respect to dc [
uch double returns on the same
lay , or as soon thereafter as may
e possible. y <
The associate justices of the first , IaM
bird , eighth , and ninth circuits are Iaat
select , in such a manner as the at
najority ot them shall dec-m fit , an- atm
ither associate justice of said court , atP'
vhich five shall be the members ot P'
aid committee aud the P'"I
, juatic "I
ongest in the court shall be presi-
" n
lent of the committee.
cl
MASSACHUSETTS
THE SENATORIAL CONT1-6T.
Boston January 18. There ia but
ittle news concern in gjt he senoto-
ial contest. The Boutwell men labi
bi
tave decided to stick 10 their candi-
se
late for an indefinite period , and sew
laim that Mr. , floar , in no event ,
an be elected without the aid of IK
Jemocratic vo'es. They also claim
hat many members are voting for
lear for eflect.and will soon change
Boutwell. The Democrats have
roted to stick to Judge Abbott to-
lay , but it is understood they have
impowered their chairman to an
ounce when the time arrives for
hem to break.
The first ballot in the Legislature
United States Senator to-day re- el
mlted : Boutwell .88. Hoar 100 , Ab-
ott 62 , Rice 17 , Seelye 4 , Bullock
Secoud ballot Boutwell 84 ,
tf'-ar 104 , Abbott 62 , Rice 17 , Seelya 3. is
Bullocfc 4.
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FROM THE WErtT. C <
J e
ESCAPED TROM PRISON.
DKNVJER , Coi. , Jan 18.
Two prsout'rs , Dan. Dian.ond , p
jolored , and Chas. Wilson , escapea
aom the penitentiary at Canyon
City-Monday night. They were put
in tipper cells and cut their way
through the roof.
A new county has been formed
out of part of Grand county , in the
northern part of the State , and is
I chelstened Rouit , in honor of the
I present governor of the State
ILLINOIS.
THE SENATOKSHIP.
Springfield , January IS.-No par
ticular change in ballots up to the
7th ballot.
7th b'llot Lojjan 99 Palmer
88 , Anderson 7 , Davis 6 , Haines 1 ,
Parish 1 , Blank 1.
Sth Logan 29 , Palmer 86. An
derson 7 , Davis 8 , Haines 1 , Parish
1 *
YOrK.
D'SCaAROEU.
New York , January 18. Dr.
Charles fhelps was to-day discharg
ed by Judge GiMeraleeve , on the
ground thst the grand jury could
not compel him to answer questions
regarding tbo duel tending to crim
inate himself.
FOREIGN NOTES.
* BUMNESS BKTAKDED *
Linden , January 18. Private advices * -
vices from Russia continue to af
ford itrong evidence of the injury
done the mercantile community by
the apprehensions of war. Oue
firm of cotton apinuer * employing
12.000 hands has lost so heavily
eince Russia has assumed a war
like attitude that the establishment
would have been closed had not
the firm obtair. ed assistance The
Government was unwilling that
sucn a catastrophe should occurr
which would involve large uum
bars of employees
ISSUED A CIRCULVR.
It is said that Gortzchakott has is
sued a circular to Russian represen
tatives abroad exp -easing bis belief
that Turkey will reject the confer
ence proposals aud declar.'uj ; that
Russia cauuot undertake a warlike
policy because Europj would not
support her and might form a conii-
tiou against her.
LATEST MARKET 'EEPORTS
WEW YORK MOJNEY.
NEW YORK , Jan. 18 3 p. m
Mouey 6jx6
Exclmnteteady ; 4 83a4.85i }
Gold Firm at 1 06i'U C6J il 07J.
Governmeuts Fair demand , but
dechued a fraction Ia sympathy
with gold.
68 , 81 ; coupons , 14 } ; 65' * , 9 : new ,
lOj ; 67'i , 13i ; 68'8 , 16 ; 40's , 13 } ;
'
5'e , 12 ; currency , 6'a , ' .
Stocks Dull and weak , with a
decline of J j . jLater transactions
up to this hour agirrejjate 59,300
share * .
W U , 75J ; N Y C. 1 0 ' } ; Erie ,
9f ; L ke Stiore , 55 } ; K I , new , neg
lected ( ; P M. 24J ; Ohio , C | ; 8t Paul ,
18 ; pfd , 45 ; U P 60 ; at Joe 12j ;
Lickawan a , 58 } ; M C , 48 { ; A & P.
17 ; U 8 Ex , 56j ; N J , 33 j
PKIttiONAL KAKAUKAPHN. ( J
J. B. Wells , of Columbus , is at
the Metropolitan.
E. J. Adams , of Pittsburg , IB at
the Gr nd Central.
H. B. Kelley , of Uhug Water , Is
kt the Metropolitan.
John H. Hanly of New York , ia \
it the Grand Central.
Joy Morton , of Nebraska City , is
it the Grand Centra ) .
Col. A. G'ochran , of Council Bluffy
at the Metropolitan
Julius Friedland , of Cincinnati ,
at the Grand Centrral.
S. H. Kahn , representing a lead-
ng Chicago boot und shoe house ,
at the Grand Central hotel.
"Olive Harper , " the well-known
sorrespondent of the California Alia ,
Sew York Gr.iphic , and St. Louis c
9'obs Democrat , came in from San
Francisco Wednesday , and went
East over the Chicago. Burlington
fcQuincy railroad , en route toPhil-
idelphia. r
J. R. Adams , representing the
Springfield (111 ( J rolling mill , is at
he Grand Central. He is a fre-
luent visitor to Umabn. The other
lay he had the misfortune to fall
md severely sprain nis ankle , and
le is compelled to use a crutch
Leeltlental < Centb of nn Omaha
Jllan at Deadwood.
Edward Ballou , clerk at the Met-
opolitan Hotel , received a dispatch
his morniog from Deadwood an-
touncing the sad news of the death
his father , Mr. P. D. Ballou , at
hat place Monday night by falling
own a mining shaft
Mr. Ballou was about fifty-five
rears of age. He is a brother-in-
aw of D. A. Van Namee , of the
detropolitau Hotel , aud came here
ibout three years ago from Ver-
nont He leaves a wife , who is at
resent in the East , and three grown (
SOUP , Frank who was with him
the Black Hills , Edward , the
ilerk at the Metropolitan , and
vbarlei , who is studying medicine
yith Dr. McClelland
Mr. Ballou , in company with Mr. \
Downer , went to the Black Hills
aat fall , taking with them their
irewery from Omaha , which they
et up at Deadwood , and with tf
vhlch they were d < ing a good buai-
iesa
3TROS KKID. B M A
AA
Byron Reed & Co. , A
TH * OLDK8T I8T1BLI8H1D
Real Estate Agency
' IN NEBRASKA.
keep a. complete abstract of title t all real
state in Omaha , anu Dooglaa county.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Dudley M. Steele and Samuel R. Johnson
jirtnen u titcele Johntou plaintiffs s.
. R. Clay and C. W. uavii. late partners
Clay < fcl aTis defendant.
Said defedants will take notice that saw
ilaintiffi have filed their petition atrainst
hem in the Di trici Court for I'ouglaj
Uounty in ths State of Nebraska. Iheob-
t and prayer of said petition is to obtain
udgment azainst said defendants for
UOU5.24 with interest from April Sth 187B.
ind defendants are required to answrr said
petition on thefSth day of March 1877.
STKBLE & JOHNSON.
ByAianrr SITAKTZLIJIDZK. Attorney.
. jalT-wlt ,
; THE "NEW AUTOMATIC. "
The Mort Marvellous Advanoo in Sewing
The machines of the past are complicated ,
noijy.heavyrunning1 , easily deranced. slow ,
with many and weak parts , of rough work
manship , unreliable feed , constantly vary
ing tension and make a clumiy. weak and
refractory ( earn.
The New Automatic" i jiu.PIe.
less , easy running always inwSlrt
with nineteen mo-ins rartr. . , ,
m "
e
finish , a perfect and irmutab.e feed mi" !
out tn ion. na makes
* siren
* . < lur w .
beautiful and elastic seam. ;
for the Stale of NEBRASKA and Torriloriti of PWYOMING and UTAH
TVIlcox & Oil > l > s * . M. . Co ,
Uf GPAKu CENTRAL HOTEL BUILDISO * OMAHA. XEB.
lentil 6m
A. HTJBERMANN ,
FUR MANTJFACTUBER !
Buyer of Haw Furs.
521 and 513 Thirteenth Street. Omaha. Nebraska
The attention of public U called to mr large ant !
V IR/IIEID STOOIK : of : FTJRS :
Which Is now readj for inspection. The constantly increasing facilities , together with
personal pnperintendcncrof the manufacturing , warrants a first clajs Cock of rood * . All
of my furs ore made in the best workmanlike manner , manufactured of choice and select
skins , and. owing to the adv ntaee of baying raw material from first hand > . I can afford
to sell greatly below New York prices fetngle sets sent to any part of the country and if
not satisfactory can be returned at my expense. All kinds of fun are kept on hand
Raw Skins Dreued aad Wasofkotnro I Acoordine to the Iiateat Style * .
M HEJ.LMAN & CO. ,
HANUPAtmJKERS OF
THING
-AND DKALKKS IN-
GENTS FUUN1&HING GOODK
SSi-3S Fa.r 2u&izs St. . Qoraer 13th Street
UNE PRCS UUO'H * VR Gl > IN PLAIN VlHURE
fob l-dtwla
JNO. E. EDWABDS ,
AND DEALER IN-
Fruit Buccer , Eggs , Cheese , Etc. , Etc.
191 Farnham Street , Omnlio , Neb.
< 'onnigiiiiients and Orders Noliclicd. All C'ur >
respoudence promptly attended to. Piircliasiti nil
kind * o ! tfJood * for outside C'artieMa
i -if A COAL CO. ,
and Dcabr in all Varieties of
ISthtro t. Oinalin
s.
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL-
850K-SELLR 4NB STATIONER !
DEALER IK
ILOTB AND PAPJ IfflDJW rSHADES A5D SJD IFi
Wo. 222 FAHIVHASf
OMAHA , . . .
MORGAN & GA&LAGHEH ,
( Sacce . ors & Morznu. )
FOR AZAU1) POWDER COMPANY
§ 05 Faraliaza , Si. Oma3ia.
PRATT & TO-WLi ,
OF AHTHSAC1TS AHD BITTJMINOTJfa
DMce. 568.13th Strest. Omaha. M'eb
HA Si h *
3lie HLigliest Casli
Paid for GOOD MERCHANTABLE HOQS , at
1 ? W"EjLIFTS :
J. PRIPPS EOE ,
Packer and Commlsaicu Dealer.
mal-ly
ESTABLISHED 1855
EXCELSIOR STOVE HOTTSE.
e and Retail Uealer In
Tinware Tinners' t took. M-tals &rc. .
Western Apncy for Mrlfirt Celetotei Donlile-Casei f roibt Iren
FOR DWELLINGS. BESTAUKANTb AND HOTELS
doorman's Patent Marbleized Iron Mantel *
Tn all Qndes The New OKA.VITK IRONWARE , the finest article erer
made/or eookirirutensiU. HEADQUARTERS for the following.
well-known stoves :
HUB'S ' IMPBHEB COflH. Hit "CHiiHTEH OU" It K .Iftmt dm d mlei. t fiiHt "MHllTir
M. J. MoKELLIGOJST ,
UiPOBTKB AND JOBBKRIO ?
IAIINES AND LIQUORS :
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. !
< J74 fr'arwham Street , - - Omaha
Old Kentucky WhiikiM a Specialty
Clients for the Eldorado Wine Co. , California.-
, HospeJr.as Go.
Pictures
Regilding
94 DODGE ST. .
AJ.
FERAL COMr S ( H S
282Oouela Street.
dec2J-tf
JOfllS H. GREEN ,
TATE MILLS ,
-DEALER IK-
GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED AND
ommlfj < ! en Merchant.
EDWAKU KUKtlL ,
Mn gister of the Departed
No. 4S8 10th B i. Firuhim and Ham * ? .
Will by the aid of Erurdian iplriti. obtain
ofanvonoa view or th past , present and
etara. No fee * obirzod in caauj or ick-
"
& CO.
GRAIH
Chicago and Om lia.