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VOL.DL OMAHA , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY , MAT 19 , 1880. NO. 285.
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AnotlM "Great Eailroad
Scheme Started in
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A Bill * Introduced Ho Oliarfer E
Line from Green Biver to
" ' ' -Puget Sound.
The Pension Deficiency Ap
in' the House. "
Thefsenate "Wrestles with" the
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Kellogg Case and Bay-
f ard's Bill. -
A roAU TO rtroET BOCSB
Special Dispatch to TUB H n.
WASUISOTO.V , 3Iay 18 10 a. m.
Senator Slater introduced a bill to
day toalloTv to allo * tbo Occidenta
dud 'Oriental ja'lway and Blearosliif
company to corstruct a railroad' <
telegraphlihJ westward from Green
River station , on the Union Pacifi
railroad/via Black's Fork to Bear
river , Soda Spring * , Fort Hall , Cemat
Prairie ; and Baker City , over tbe Blut
mounlaliM.fto Wall * Walla , Idaho
thanca" over the Columbia basin -
sin , through the Yakima valey ! ; over
Carolilz pass in ilia Cascade moun-
taing along the "north Lank'of the
.Reuqnarally river io Steilacoon City
on Puget sound , 'Washington terri
tory. The road .is lo be completed'in '
six yeare , and the company is to ba
permitted to issuenot more than § 23-
000,000 of bond * , leaving three ptsr
cent interest , payable in 50year * , to
bo indorse ! by Iho United States gov
ernment , to bo secured by first mort
gage on all the company's property.
K" _ KeyB Successor.
Special Disoatch to The Bee.
AVASI1JNOTON , May 18 4 p. m. At
the cabinet meeting the president an
nounced that ho would appoint Horace
Maynard , United Slates minister at
Constantinople , to suc6eel Key as
postnvwte'r general. " "
A communication regarding Canad
ian Indiins crossing the border , do-
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stroyfog all * the game on the American
aide , waa'iead , but no conclusion was
reached as to measures to prevent a
Special diapitch to The Bee.
WAsnuraroN , May 18. 4 'p. m.
Errors in the phraseology of the house
adjournment resolution have been dis
covered , which may make necessary
its return to the house and thus reopen
the whole question there.
MAYNAKD AND KEY.
Iho nomination ot poatmaaterGene.
Key to bo'Unitod States judge and of
Horace Maynard to succeed him will
\ ba irnt to the renato in a few days.
Special Dispatch to Tbe Bee.
WASHINGTON , May 18 , 4 p. m.
The house bill to establish an auay
office in StLouir , wai reported and
referred 1'toftho committee of the
Tho.pansion appropriation bill was
roported'back" . It contains an addi
tional clause appropriating 50,000 to
enable the secretary of the treas
ury to send steamers to > the relief 'of
officers and crews of whalers impris
oned in the Arctic ocean.
The bill was considered in the house
as in committee of the whole. It was
agreed that when the bill was disposed
of a separate measure would be re
ported , construing the act placing col
ored persons who onliiled in the army
on the same footing as other soldiers
as to bounty and pension , so as to ex
tend its provisions to the heirs of such
soldiers in their claims for military ser
vice. The bill was passed.
McLean said he found a published
letter addressed to him. and to Ellis ,
as members of the committee on Paci
fic railroads , by J. A. George , charg
ing certain bribery and corruption
upon . .congress which had passed the
TelePacific bill. That letter had
RODO to the newspapers without iho
knowledge cf the committee. The
letter will be submitted to the com
mittee next meeting.
The senate amendments to the post-
office appropriat ion bills were referred
to i he appropriation commit eo
Tbe house went into committee of
the whole on the bill makine an ap
propriation for the support of the agri-
cu'tural depaitment The bill appro
priates § 213,000. which is § 130,000
less than the eit mate.
Mr. Aiken spoke of the importance
of this department In the course of
his remarks he s'ated that tariff legis
lation of the country discriminated
gain&t agricultural interests.
Mr. Kclley denied this , and insisted
that the tsritf bill was of especial ad
vantage to the farmer.
The bill was theu considered by
Mr. Young , of Tenneuee , offered
an amendment , which was adopted ,
providing that the amount appropria
ted bo at the discretion of tha commis
sioner of agriculture and in experi
ments'fdrimproving different varieties
Mr. Gillette offered an amendment
appropriating § 50,000 , to set up appa-
iaus for the manufacturing of sugar
at agricultural fairs to demonstrate the
practicability of making sugar of
corn stalks. Ho said it had been pro
ven that a sufficient amount of sugar
could be extracted from corn stalks
after the com had been harvested to
rotlize ] a * much money to tbo acre
as the corn itaelf. The amendment
was ruled outou a point of order.
Mr. Converse offered anamendmeut
appropriating $20,000 to sink artesian
wehum ! the plains east of the Rocky
mountalcs , with a view to reclaiming
the lands. -
After some * dbcwdon witb.out ac-
( ion on the amendment , the commit
tee rose ft 4:30 p. m. aud the house
tojk a recess till 7:30 p. m.
The session of house J&st night wai
for the purpose of considering the bil
tc organize a court on pensions.
Mr. Fair opposed thc.whole scheme
because be did not believe it could beef
of any avail. :
In the course of discussion Mr.
Warner said the pension law at pres
ent constituted-a dematfd for an an
nual apptopriation of , $38,000,000
besides this applications were.coming
in at the rate of § 8,000 to § 10,000 a
month. If all appropriations now on
file were allowed , there would be re
quired an immediate appropriaton o ;
212,000OOOforJaTeara and pensions.
The roll would thereafter call for an
annual appropriation of § 1,000,000.
Nearly the whole evening tvas taken
up with a discussion of second section
tif the bill which defined the class oi
cues that might coino before the
court.'sre.ated by the bill. It was Jn-
sieted on one hand and 3enied on the
other that the biil gave such origins :
jurisdiction that cases that bad never
been before the commissioner of pen
sions might be brought before the
court and that it therefore opened the
door to every man who had served in
the array'whether he was under disa
bility ornot. The section was amended
to limit jurisdiction to appealed
ciscs. Without disposing of the 'bill '
the house adjourned. -
Bayard failed to get bis bill regulat
ing the pay of deputy marshals con
sidered in the senate during the morn
ing hour , bcraujo it had not been
printed and laid on the senators desks.
Conlcling took occasion to say that
there were grave objections to the bill
and it could not pass without cuiisider-
able discussion. . *
Senator .Bayard gave notice he
would call it up later in the day.
Senator S&ulshury spoke at some
lenuth on tbo Kellogg case , favoring
Senator Butler will bo the next
speaker , and will oppose the attempt
to unseat Kellogg <
" Senator Butler took the floor on the
Kellogq-Spofford resolution but allow
ed the report to bo laid aside in order
to couiidcr bills on the calendar.
The senate agreed to meet at eleven
o'elcck daily on and after Thursday.
Rumors That Courtney , Who
is Reported Sick-is
That Hanlan May Beat Him In
.tbo Great Race To-Day.
Special dispatch to The lice.
WASHINGTON , May 19 1 a. m
From outward indications it is safe to
predict that Courtney is doomed to
defeat in bia great racu to-day with
Haulan. All signi indicate his de
feat. All prospect predict it and bet
ting is nearly three to ono against him
with few takers at these odds. The
change in the general feeling as to the
probability of the race has been sud-
ien and decided. Hanlan has been
the favorite from the start , but up to
yesterday it has been generally con- '
: oded that the result wa < doubtful.
Two events have contributed to bring
about a change , the first is the arrival
of a large number of Canadians with
jockets full of money and anxious to
> et. They have frightened Courtney's
letters and bulled Haulan stock nntil
at nine o'clock last night they were
offering 100 to 35 on their favontc.and
inding occasional takers. An impor.
ant event alto was another mishap to
Juurlney. Ho took a hard pull yes-
erJay morning and was afterward *
eTztd with "violent pains which lusted
lim all day. A few held to the belief
, hnt Courtney was only shamnrn ? and
hat it was a trick imcntcd to Inar
Courtney stock , but careful Inquiry
ihnns th it tin headache is both gcnu-
tie and ceverd. The public g ner lly
s inclined to believe that is an cvi-
lence that Courtney has not recovered
mm his sunstroke and is no longer
, Ho to pull a hard race. News of his
ndisposition has revived the predic-
ion that lie would not row and that
iiley would yet have to make up
ho raco. Courtney himself
repudiates this idea. "I shall certainly
> ut in an appearance if I live , and
hall row as fast and as long as I can , "
10 said. These are outward indica-
ions and if there is not some trickery
> ehind it all it seems more than proba
ble that Hanlan must win. He is in
irime condition which Courtney ccr-
ainlyisnot. The race will not bo
tarted until very late in the afternoon
n order that Courtney may not bo af
ected by the aun. If , therefore , his
icadache should prove to be unim-
rortant and there should bo no return
if it , erne otheraccidentshould occur
luring the race it will not be a walk
over for Hanlan. There has been
ome talk tliat Hanlan intended to
ell out the race and let Courtney win ,
mt there is no evidence of snch inton-
ions and Hanlan denounced the re-
> ott as a lie.
The rae will bo witnessed by an
mmense concourse of spectators ,
irobably larger than has ever before
; athered at a boat race in this coitn-
ry. Therace isset'fbr 4:30 : o'clock , but
t will probably not bo started before
> :30or Gp. m.
Fostofflce ] Cbanges
n 'Nebraska and Wyoming , during
ho week ending May 15 , 1880 , fur-
lished by Wm. Van Vleck , of the
tostoffico department , for THE OMAHA
? E B.
Established Dodge , Dodge county ,
AntonJBartosch , postmaster ; Keats-
kotoos , Platte county , .Lafayette An-
[ erson , postmaster ; Oconto , Cuiter
county , Patrick O'Brien , postmaster.
Name and site changed Stockton ,
? rinklin county , to Rush , and Ell E.
Gowdy appointed postmaster :
Postmaster appointed Clarion ,
Madison county , Tesso E. McElhoes.
Established Crazy Woman , Albury
county , John U. Smith , postmaster.
Tbe O'Learv Walk.
Spedil diipatch toTnx Bit.
CINCINNATI , May 19 1 a. m. The
score in the walking mateh at 10 p.
m. (35i ( hours walk ) was : Sullivan ,
181 ; Vini , 17C ; Harriman , 1G2 ;
Krohne , 151 ; Hughes , 208 ; O'Brien ,
176 ; Clew , 197tFifzgerald ; , 166 ; Ma-
gill , 142 ; Chsmberlain,178Ryan,157. ;
Eussia Drops All War Pre
parations in Europe Be
cause Gladstone is
And Will Concentrate All Her
Forces in a Bitter War
An American Journalist's Of
fer to Bismarck to Write
For His Journal.
Trouble Feared in Hheims ,
* France , With Strikers.
m frr , t
ParnelPs Parliamentary Pro1
gramme Accepted By
TUB AUSTUIAN MINISTRY.
Special dispatch to The Ueo
VIENNA , May IS 1 p. m. The
ministry will resign next week when
the reichsrath adjourns and the presi
dent of the council will reorganize the
Spedal Dnjiatch to The Bee.
CoitbTAMiKoi'LK , May 18 4 p. ni.
An Englishman and two English
ladies were attacked by three Mussul
man nobles in the suburbs. Great
alarm prevails in the Eugliah colony.
GLADSTONE AND RUtSIA.
Special Bupatch to Tbe Bee.
LONDON , May 19 1 a. m. The
effect of the acccsioa of the Gladstone
ministry to power already begins to be
apparent. Abroad it is well under
stood that Gladstone is such an ad
mirer of RUSMA and is EO thorougnly
on her side in every way that he will
not permit any obstacle to be thrown
in her path by England , consequently
Russii is now moving forward more
rapidly than formerly in her schemes
of conquest in the far East. It is re
ported that she is about to send an
army corpi of 24COO , men to make a
demonstration on the Chinese frontier
and thus , take the first step in the
campiign , which , however protracted
it may be , has for its ultimate pur
pose the pushing of the Russian con
quest to the China sea.
Among the various demonstrations
at Hyde Park yesterday , was a meet
ing of workingmen to celebrate the
liberal victory u ) the general election.
Spedal Dispatch to Tha Bee
PAULS , May 19 1 a. ' m. Changes
in the French ministry continue. The
appointment of M. Constance to bo
minister in place of M. Lepirc , who
baa held this position since March 4th ,
1879 , is officially gazetted , also the
nppointment of M. Falliers to bo sec
retary of the ministry of the interior ,
a post held by M. Lepira for two years
jefora his appointment ns minister of
commerce and agriculture. The politi
cal significance of these changes is not
.horoughly . understood , but they
seem to indicate an effort of tha gov
ernment to bring skill in the admmis-
.ration of officers as both of the new
officers possess these gratiGcations.
SEKIOOS .TRENCH STRIKE.
Special Diipatch to The Bee.
PARIS , May 10 1 a. m. A large
number of the strikers at Roubaix ,
who had returned to work , have again
gene out. Matters look very ssrious
nt Rhcims , whither M. Constance ,
minister of the Interior has gouo to
arrange troubles with the workmen.
ENGLAND'S IRON TRADE.
The Cbatterly coal iron company
lave decidedjto stop work again soon ,
fho company is understood to have
como to this conclusion partly on ac-
ccount of the continued depression in
he price of iron in the United States ,
ivliich has already touched figures to
make the exportation of iron from
England unprofitable , and partly on
iccountof the unsettled condition of
abor hero , which may at any time
iring about a strike. At present tbo
company can much bettor afford to
atop fora time until the unrket chan
ges ihan to risk trouble.
MORE WORK FORTHE BRITISH.
The inhabitants of Cabul have been
mown to be dissatisGed since the Brit-
sh occupancy of the capital. In case
t proves true it is agreed that Eng-
and will have more work to do before
: oncludiii2 her conquest of the coun-
Special Diipatch to Tun USE.
CONSTANTINOPLE , May 19 , 1 a. m.
Dho Sultan still hesitates to sign the
death warrant of the assassin of tbo
Russian Colonel , Coinmeroff. Strong
efforts are making to save him.
BISMARCK'S AMERICAN OFFER.
Special .Dispatch to The Bcc.
LONDON , May 19 , 1 u. m. The
Times' Berlin correspondent aeserls
that the representative of a loading
American newspaper has arrived in
Berlin and has offered to Prince Bij-
narck 130,000 marks yearly for writ-
ng a weekly article. Prince Bismarck
was intensely amused at the oner but
sent the representative of tha enter-
irising jounnl a serious reply declin-
FORTUNE BAY ARBI1KATION.
The Times this morning In its lead-
n ? article approves of Secretary
Svcrts" suggestion that the Fortune
Say fieherman should settle their dis-
lutcd points by mutual agreement and
ieea no insupportable obstacle to such
an amicable adjustment of the ques
: pcdl Ultpatcb to The Bee.
ST. PETERSBURG , May 19,1 a. m.
The great Nihilist tnal commences
Special Dljptch to Tin Bn.
DUBLIN , May 19 , 1 a. m. The
tome rule conference adopted resolu
tions virtually accepting Parnell's land
DEFEATOF ITALIAN MINISTRY.
Special Dispatches to The Bee.
ROME , May 19 1 a. m. In the
Italian elections , the ministerial partv
shows a net loss of fjve seats. f *
MARKETS i BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAGO , May 18.
Wheat Fairly active ; No. 1 unset
tled and lifcherrNo. 2 , § 1 15j@l 16 $ .
close J at § 1 16 foryash ; 81 151 16 ] ,
closed sellers at $110 * . for May ;
S110J@1 11 § , closed at $ l 11 J bid
for June : § 1 05g@l 06g , closed at
§ 1 06 | bid for July ; No. 3 , 03@95c ;
No. 2 red winter , gl 10@1 11.
Corn Good demand and higher ;
No. 2 and high mixed , 37@37ic ,
closed at 36 Jc bid for Juno ; 36j@36fc ,
closed at 30Ac bid for July ; rejected ,
Data Fairly active , firm and high
er ; No. 2 , 32c for caahj 3l2@32Cj
closed at832jjc for May ; 303lc ,
closed at 3lc bid for June ; 28 © 29c ,
closed at 29c bid for July.
Rye Firm ; No. 2 , 82c.
Barley No. 2 , 79c.
Pork Quiet but lower ; § 10 40 for
cash ; ? 10 32@10 35 for June ; § 1042 *
© 10 45 for July ; ? 10 52 010 55 for
August. _ ,
Lard Fairly active , but lower ;
§ 0 82i@G 85 for cash ; § 6 85 for May ;
50 82S 3 85 for Juno ; § 0 85gi6 87i for
July ; $6 92 for August.
Bulk Meats Boxed shonldors ,
§ 4 2.1 ; short ribs , ? 6 35 ; short'clcar ,
§ < ! 55.
"Whisky § 1 07.CLOSE.
The markets were quiet and lower.
Wheat-Si 1C for May ; SI 10 | for
June ; SI 05 for July ; 93 $ for Au
gust ; 88c for the year.
Corn 37c for May ; 36Jc for June ;
36io for July ; 37c for August.
Oats 32c for May ; 30 c for June ;
28 c for July.
Pork ? 10 15 for June ; § 10 25 for
July ; § 10 37i for August.
Lard-g6 77 * for June ; § 6 85 for
July ; § 6 82i for August.
St. Liouls Produce.
ST. Louis , May 18.
Wheat Higher ; No. 2 red , .
51 07 for cash ; SI 06 | < § 1 07for May ;
SI 02jj@l 03g for June ; 93935c ] for
July ; 91 jc for August.
Corn Higher ; 34J@35ic for cash ;
31c bid for June ; 34 @ 34c for July ;
34g35Jc for August.
Oats Higher ; life cash ; no op
tions.Rye Lower at 88c.
Barley No market.
Whisky Steady nt SI 07.
Pork Better ; § 10 50 for cash ;
§ 8 50 for July.
Dry Salt Meats Bacon lower.
New York Produce. _
NEW YORK , May 18.
Wheat Steady ; No. 3 spring , § 1 12
@ 1 13 ; No. 2 Chicago and Milwaukee ,
SI 22@1 23 ; ungraded red , § 1 2 9J@
132 ; No. 2 red , § 132@1 33 ; un
graded amber , § 1 32 ; ungraded white ,
§ 1 24@1 25 ; No. 1 do , SI 27i.
Corn Scarce , | c better ; ungraded ,
50i < 354o ; No. 3 , 52i@54c " ; steamer ,
53o ; No. 2 , 5354c.
OATS Heavy ; mixed western , 44 ®
45Jc ; white western , 4550c.
Eggs Dull at lOiQllic.
Pork Stea3y , with a tair demand ;
new mesa , Sll 20(3)11 ( ) 30 ; old , SH 05.
Beef Quiet and unchanged.
Cut meats Dull and unchanged ;
long clear middles , § 6 13 1-16 ; short
clear middle ? , § 7 00 1-16.
Lard Heavy ; prime steam , $7 25 ®
© 7 27 } .
Butter Firm for choice ; 917c.
Cheese Dull ; 10@12c.
Whisky Nominal at SI 12@1 15.
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , May 18.
Cattle easier but not quotably low
er ; supply only moderate and demand
not urgent ; sales at yesterday's quo
tation ; choice to fancy heavy steers ,
S4 C04 75 ; good to prime , S4 45 ®
4 55 ; fat pony stoeis , 950 to 1000 Ibs. ,
§ 3 85@4 10 ; cows and heifen , § 2 75
(33 ( 50. Receipts , 1,500 shipment' ,
250.Sheep Steady and unchanged ; bus
iness small on account of light supply ;
fair to fancy wooled , § 4 50 < < j6 15 ;
clipped , S350Q475. Receipts , 600 ;
shipments , none.
Milwaukee Produce Market
MILWAUKEE. May 18.
Wheat Steady ; opened ic _ lower
and clcscd steady ; No. 1 Milwaukee
hard , SI 18 ; No. 1 Milwaukee , § 116 ;
No. 2 do , § 11U ; May , SI 11 * ; June ,
§ 1 09 ; July , SI 06 ? ; No. 3 Milwau
kee. 93jc ; No. 4 , 87jc ; rejected , 75Jtc.
Corn Strong ; No. 2,37ie
Oats Scarce ; No. 2 , 31Jc.
Rye Strong ; No. 1 , 85c.
Barley Neglected ; No. 2 fall , 70c.
Cnicogo Live Stock Market
CHICAGO , May 18.
The Drovers' Journal this af'ornoon
reports an follows :
Hoga Receipts , 33,000 head ; quiet ;
price * 5o off ; mixed packing , S4 00 ®
4 30 ; choice heavy , $4 454 50 ; good
mixed , § 4 30@4 40 ; light , mainly
§ 4 30t 35 ; common to fair , § 400 ®
Cattle Receipts , 6,500 head ; slow
and prices 510c lower ; common to
fair shipping , § 4 OCS4 45 ; western ,
§ 3 754 20 ; cowa , S2 003 60 ; bulls ,
§ 2 20@3 10 ; stackers and feeders firm ;
§ 2 90 for common to § i 20 for choice.
Sheep Receipts , 3,500 head ; mar
ket weaker and slow ; common to fair
choarlingg , $4 004 CO ; good to choice
? 1 75(25 ( 50 ; wooled , § 6 12 ] .
Big Railway Conference
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
BALTIMORE , May-19 la. m. Rep
resentatives of the four great trunk
lines , Vanderbilt , Rutter and Meeker ,
of tha New York Central ; Roberts
and Cassell , of the Pennsylvania rail
road ; Jewett and Blanchard , of the
Erie ; and Garrett , of the Baltimore &
Ohio , met hera yesterday to consult
upon the necessities of their several
corporations. The meeting was har
monious , the conclusion reached
being that there would be
no charge for the present in the tariff
on east bound freight. As that was
the only change recently mooted assu
rance is given there will be no mater
ial alteration in the administration of
Conviction of Baldwin.
Republican Ep cuL
HASTINGS. Neb. , May 18. The
trial of Baldwin terminated at
3 o'clock this afternoon. The
jury were out until 7:30 , re
turning a verdict of manslaughter on
the first count of the indictment.
Judge Gaslin. promptly passed sen
tence , placing the punishment at ten
years hard labor and to pay the cost
of prosecution. "
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THE CROOKS OF COOK ,
The Grantile's Determined
to1 Seat the Chicago
, Bolters ,
And Threaten Phisical Force ,
if Necessary , to Do it.
A Reigf of Third Terrorism in
j Springfield ,
Lively Times at the Coining
< - Convention.
' ' The Illinois Convention.
, Special Dispatch to The Bee.
Srnretj/iELD , El. , May 18 4 p. m.
There is every Indication o7a lively
time in the convention to-morrow. I !
the Grant men have a majority they
threaten to select , by a committee ol
the convention , forty two delegates ,
and to instruct them to vote
as a unit for Grant. It IOOKS this af
ternoon as the regular delegates from
Cook county will stand a tair show ol
admission , though ther.i is no tell
ing what the bulldozing ol
Grautites may accomplish between
now and noon to-morrow. Should
themachinists insist upon the rejection
of the whole or part of the regular
delegation , there w ill bo trouble and
perhaps two conventions. Wash-
burno and Bliine men through
out the state will stand by
the regu'ara from Cook to the extent ,
it is claimed , of withdrawiug with them
if the outrage of ousting them , is per
petrated. It is proposed by some to
ask the Grant managers this afternoon
whether they will consent to admit
the regulars ; and if not to start a second
end conventou of Blaine and Wa h-
burne men in the senate chamber sim
ultaneously with the opening of the
Grantite convention in the house.
The outlook for a peaceful solution
of the Cook county difficulty is not at
present promising. The Grantites are
moving heaven an earth to secure a
majority. The central committee , of
which the Grantites have a majority , at
its mooting this evening will select a
temporary chairman. Some violent
Grantites propose toseathim by physi
cal force , if necessary. The committee
on credentials is evenly divided out
side of Cook county.
Special Dispatch to the Bee.
SrniNQFiEij ) , May 19 1 a. m.
It is estimated that over 4,000 stran
gers will bo in the city to-day. The
Grant men are now claiming 3G3
votes aside from Cook county , which
is 128 more than a majority. It is
claimed that when a dispatch from
Washburnc is read , asking his friends
to vote for Grant , theWashburne del
egates will flock to the Grant stan
dard. The opposition do not present
any figures as to their strength in the
convention , and virtually concede a
majority to Grant. They have hopes
of overcoming tins by superior man
agement with regard to the Cook coun
Rumors yesterday were current of a
compromise between Logan and Far-
well , leaders of the two factions , but
it could not bo traced to a reliable
source. The Washburno men resent
the assertion that they are under Far-
well's control. Grant leaders from
Chicago say that they will have at
least 30 of their delegates seated. A
meeting of delegates elected by cena-
borial districts at. the Palmer house ,
Chicago , was held yesterday , Robert
Lincoln , president , and Stephen A.
Douglas , secretary. R. S. Tuthill ad
dressed the meeting , and said that the
men elected by the Farwcll hall con
vention were boldly and loudly pro
claiming about the streets that they
did not propose to submit to the state
convention unless action was favorable
to them , or , in other words , they don't
propose to let the convenfaosVsay who
were the proper delegates and who
were not. Wo came down here with
our case , wo believe it It a good one ,
we will lay it bsforo the state conven
tion , and as good republicans wo pro
pose to abide by the result of its deci
sion. Ho believed he spoke the mind
of all present in taking that ground ,
and he knew that it was the position
that would win , and ho therefore of
fered the following resolutions , which
were adopted :
WHEBEAS , There u a contest as to
the delegations from several senatorial
districts in Cook county to the atato
convention ; and ,
WHEREAS , This delegation , repre
senting the friends cfGcn. Grant ,
have confidence in the justness of our
cause , as it will bo made to appear to
the state convention , and also in the
sense of right and disposition ta do
straightforward justca which wo be
lieve the state convention will exer-
cisa in passing upon and deciding the
question at issue in the contest from
Cook county. Therefore , be it
Resolved , That we will submit our
cause to the state convention , and , as
true and reliable republicans , we will ,
in good faith , abide by its decision.
Special Dispatch to Tni BEE.
NEW York , May 19 1 a. m. Hugh
Martine , who was police coramissio-
sioner , and was convictsd of misde
meanors on aj technical point of law
was nominated for the of
fice ajain yesterday in place ofDeWitt
The nomination was re-
jeced by a vote of 11 to 10. Joel W.
Mason was immediately nominated
for the place and the nomination laid
on the table. The result indicates
Tilden's desire to get possession Of the
police board to check Conkling's abili
ty to maintain working relations with
the Tammany party.
A REQUEST TO BE DISREGARDED.
The following dispatch is circulated :
'PORTLAND , Me. , May 17 , 1880.
Hon. R. fl. McClellan , Galena Am
too unwell to attend to anything , but
express to my friends my earnest hope
that they will support Gen. Grant.
( Signed ) E. B. WASHBURNE ,
_ , CONFERENCE COMMITTEE.
* The Elaine and Washbnrne caucns
appointed conference committees with
a view to united action to-day , stil
adhering to the decision to demanc
admission for the whole 92 delegates
from Chicago.A .
Special Dispatch to the Bee.
SPRINGFIELD , May 19,1 a. m. The
ropublicii state central committa met
last night and decided upon Green B.
Ratim for temporary chairman of the
convention. A resolution was also
adopted excluding contested delega
tions from the floor of the convention
till their cases are decided by the
committee on credentials.
Holt and .Antelope Counties.
Fpeclal Dispatch to The Bee.
NELIGII , Neb , May 18 Holt coun
ty sends two Blaine and one Grant
delegate. Antelope is eolid for Blaine.
Gathering at Columbus.
Spvdal Dispatch to The Bee.
COLUMBUS , May 18 10 p. m.
One hundred and twenty-five dele
gates to the state convention from the
South Platte country arrived to-day ,
including delegations from Lancaster
county , Pawnee , Gage , Saline , Clay
and others. About fifty have also ar
rived from the North Platte country.
Some of the delegates are not in favor
of sending federal officers to Chicago.
Ofl for Columbus.
Quito a number of delegates anc
politicims wont out to Columbus on
the mixed train last night to attenc
the state convention that meets this
evening. Among others were
E. lioaewater , editor of THE BKE ,
Cowin , Hon. J. M. Thitrston , G. W.
Thomas , Capt. Wood , Jdlin H. But
ler , J. K. Kyner , Judge Hawep , W.
H. H. Llewellyn , C. J. Green , Frank
Walters. Mr , Bartlett , J. S. McCormick -
mick , F. B. Lowe , J. T. Grif
fin , D. A. Griffin and Charley Bancks.
The Cincinnati Musical Festi
val Auspiciously Opens.
Everything a Success Save the
Special digpa'ch to Tns BEX.
CINCINNATI , May 19. 1 a. m.
The city is filled with strangers to at
tend the musical festival and beauti
ful weather shows off the decorations
to excellent advantage. These , though
elaborate and beautiful in many in
stances , hardly equal previous eiforts.
Over seven thousand persons assem
bled to attend the first concert of the
festival. At the hour for closing the
doors every seat was filled and prompt
ly at 7:30 : Theodora Thomos.tbe man
ager , mounted the stage and the festi
val of 1880 was in full blast. The
opsning selection was from Bach ,
adapted by Mr. Thomas , and was in-
troducedby an organ prelude , com
posed for the occasion by Mr. Whit
ney , of Boston. The soloists were
Miss Norton , Miss Annie Louise
Gary , Campanini and Mr. Whitney.
Every member was well sustained , but
with all local prestige in laver of the
soprano soloist , the fact was admitted
ou all sides that this important part
was only fairly , while all others were
admirably suog. Mozart's symphony
in C Major closed the first part and
ihowed the magnificent orchestra with
3ne effect. This is the first time in
iho history of the festival that the or
chestra has been equal to the require
ments of the hall. A chorus and a
selection from Handel , adapted by
Frank.on the great organmado up the
second part of the concert. Among
; he throng of vi itors are many of the
nest emit ] cut musical men of the couii-
: ry , including musical critics of all the
eadin ? journal" , leading composers
± tase Ball.
Special dispatches to The Ecu.
The following games of base ball
were played May 18th :
Bosro.f , May 19 1 a. m. The
game between the Boston and Provi-
deace clubs was postponed on account
TROY , May 19 1 a. m. Treys , 10 ;
tVorcestors , 1.
BALTIMORE , May 19 1 a. m.
Baltimores , 4 : Nationals , 10.
CHICAGO , May 19 1 a. m. Clove-
and ? , G ; Chicagos , 10.
CINCINNATI , May 19 1 a. m.
Buffalo * . GCinc'nnatis ; ' 5.
A Co'ord Murderer
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
MT. STERLING , Ky. , May 19 1 a.
m. A colored man and wife by the
lame of Oscar live on the Preecott
arm , at the levee , five and a half
niles from hero. Oscar had become
calous of a negro man named Horace
letchum , and last night a little after
dark , on entering the house , found
Evetchum and his wife setting up by
the fire. Oscar grabbed a mittrick ,
vith which he killed his wife almost
nstantly and cut Ketchum so that it
a impossible for him to lic. .
Sanford B. Cburca's Funeral.
Special Dispatch to Tns Bu.
ALBANY , , N. Y. , May 19 1 a. m.
-jThe funeral of the late Chief Jus-
ice Sanford E. Church waa-hcld yes-
: erday. Among those present wore
delegations from almost every city in
; he state. The remains while lying
in state wcra viewed by over 5,000
people. The chair used by Judge
jhurch in the court of appeals stood
at the side of the casket , heavily
draped. The funeral services were
those of the Episcopal church and
were conducted by Rector BrosuarJ ,
Bishop Cox and Rev. C. H. Nicker-
son , a former page of the dead jurist.
The procession was over two miles in
A Sheriffs Posse Defied.
Spedal DIapitch to The Bn.
POINT LIEN , Ky. ? May 19 1 a. m.
Deputy Sheriff Garratt , with an
armed posse of men , yesterday cap
tured a man named Pat Rogers , who
recently killed Jan. Russell near
Litchburg , in Girard county. Pat's
brother rallied most of the Baiter's
friends , who were heavily armed.
They demanded the release of Rogers ,
and having the drop on the officers ,
they were compelled to submit. Their
arms were taken from them and car
Special Dispatch to THI Bn.
The following were the movements
cf vessels on yesterday , May 19 :
Liverpool " Arrived , Bothnia , Bos
ton. Sailed , City of Brnatels ' ' , New
York. - '
THE LATEST NEWS.
The Very Latest Tele
grams , up to p 4. m.
A Number of Indian Ooutrages
Keported from Deadwood ,
Kearney and hia Parly.
Special Dispatch toTlio Bee.
SiN FRANCISCO , May 18. After a
heated debate the worklngman's con
vention , by a voio of 81 to 24 , adopt-
the minority report , intrusting the
management of the parly's affairs to
Kearney , as heretofore.
Special dispatch ta The Bee.
BOSTON , May 18. John H. Foster
& Co. , grain commission merchants ,
have failed , with liabilities of aboul
Special Dispatch to Till Bit.
DKADWOOD , May 18. Indians at
tacked a wagon train enroate to New
Mexico near Fort Davis , Texas , kill
ing a man and woman. Eleven other
persons in the vehicles took to the
hills and undo tneir escape.
The people of Deadwood and vicin
ity are very indignant because the
commanding officer at Fort McKinney -
ney refused to send troops in pursuit
of the savages who k'l'cd ' Dofienbacb ,
Special Dispatch to TUR Lix.
BOSTON , May 18 , 4 p. in. Andrew
Smith , defaulting town treasurer oi
North Andover , was sentenced to six
years hard labor in the state prison.
Planing Mill Burned.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
PITT.SBUEO , May 18,4 p. in. Blake
& Lacy's planing mill'and adjoining
lumber yard burned. Loss over
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
WEST POINT , May 18 4 p. m.
Nothing of interest was developed In
the Whittaker investigation to-day.
Special Dispatch to The Fee.
EuiEPa. , , March 18 4 p. m. The
Goas-Ryan fight is off.
Special Dispatch to TIIK HIE.
BUFFALO , May 19 1 a. m. Fred.
K. Turner , while being placed under
the influence of chloroform , previous
[ o a surgical operation , by Dr. J. F.
Miner , jumped to his feet and expired
n the presence of ten or twelve at
5p clal Dispatch to The Bee.
Anuoiiir , Ky..MayJ8 1 a. m.
Monday between Rockfield and South
Union , a crazy man jumped through a
car window. The breakman caught
lim with one hand after getting nearly
; hroiigh , but could not hold him. The
; rain was running at good speed , but
stopped and backed up and put him in
; ho baggage car more dead than alive.
Ee got on at Cincinnati and was
jound for New Orleans. He will
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
MT. VEUNON , Ky. , May 19 , l.a. , m.
A difficulty occurred on Sagga creek
it a roll-rolling , between R. N. Town-
ay and Joseph Bray , brothers-in-law ,
resulting in the latters.inflictinga pain-
ul wound , but it is thought not to bo
Strangled to Death.
Special dispatch to The Bee.
GKEENFIELD , Ind. , May 19 , 4 p. m.
The body of an infant was found
resterday in a vault In this city where
t had been thrown. Drs. Marsh and
lawter examined the body and found
string tightly tied around its throat ,
hewing that it had been strangled to
Icath shottly after its birth. Parents
ipeclal dispatch to The Bee.
LAFAYETTK , May 19,1 a. in. Chas.
Shilling was drowned in the Wide
Water , threp miles north of hero ,
prhile in swimming , yesterday after-
ioon. The body was recovered last
pccial Dispatch to The Bee.
BUFFALO , May 19,1 a. m. Goss
mil Ryan loit hero on the 1:30 : train
) f the Lake Shore road yesterday , and
lave gone east after "an unsuccessful
jffortito arrange a fight.
ipeclal dispatches to 1"ba Bee.
ST. Louis , May 19,1 a. m. The
Herman Catholic convent ion me tf gain
csterday morning and transacted bus-
ness of no general interest. The
allowing ciblegram was received from
he Pope : "The High Pontiff return-
ng thanks ; lovingly grants the desired
ipoatolic benediction to all societies" "
( Signed ) CARDINAL NINA.
Wo offer a fa rat-class white laun-
iricd shirt , with an improved rein-
breed front , made of Wamsutta mtis-
in , 3-ply bosom and cuffs , of 2200
inon , at the reduced price of $1.50.
The workmanship , fit and style of our
shirts aio placed in competition with
in d shirt sold in Omaha. Wo guaran-
eo entire satisfaction , or will refund
he money. We make to order every
rrade of shirts and underwear , give
) etter goods for less money than can
> e got elsewhere. Our fancy imported
shirtings are of the choicest patterns ,
[ n underwear we cannot be under
Omaha Shirt Factory , 252Famhsm >
opposite Grand Central Hotel.
CIIOLL3LVN & EKCKS
FOR HARDWARE AKD NAILS. A
LARGE STOCK OF FffiST-CLASS
COOKISO STOVES AT LOW PBICES.
OABDEKAND FAHM:8TEEt. : WARE.
ETC. U. P. BLOCK 16TH ST.
X2TFEKCE WIBE A SPECIALTY/Hl
n -1- *
15th and Douglas Street ,
Ch er 3,000 residence lotet for n'e by this agen
cy at pticetr angiog from $25 to tiMX ) each , and
located ID ercry part of the dto , and In evtn
direction from the Poatoffice , north , ctal , south
or west , and varying in distance from one
block to one or two m-Jej from game. Call and
examine our lists
8erenl choice lot ? in Griffin & Isaacs' nlJl
tlon. west of convent , between St. Mary's ayen
ue ! .nd Ilarney street $600 to | SOO.
80 acres just east of bairacks on Saunders St. ,
this Is choice land and will be soil very cbea [
for cash in S , 10 or 20 acre IO'B ; now la your tim
to secure a bargain.
Choice lot at end of street car tracks on Saun
dera street for $675.
Choice lot , Farnliim and 21lh streets , 00x13 !
feet for Sl.MO will di * 'do X
Cheap lots in Crc lit F n ur addition , south o
U. P. depot $100 to tSOO.
Forty lota on Park Avenue and Georgia rtreet
on road to vark , and near hesd of bt. H'ryi
avenne , at from $125 to 9300 each. Seven year
time at eight per cent interest to those who wil
put up eood subntantial buildings. For forthe :
particulars apply to.
O. P. BEM1S , Astent ,
Fifteenth and Douglas Streets.
A nice lot on Ilarney ani Twenty-first streets
Two choice lots on JOth. near St. Man's vr
uc , 50x165 feet each , for $850 and 9900.
Two choice lots near 23d and Clark strrfti. n
E. V. Smith's addition $300 and 1350.
Fifty lots In Shlnn's first , second rn-i third ail
ditions for $110 to ? COO each.
tot near 15th and Hfrce , f v
2 lots on Harnevnear 2 < 'li Si . SGOi h. 1
lot on 24th ntar Howard' ! . ! , 7c"
40 lots in Grand Vier-a 1 inn . nth of U I'
bridge and depot , fr ° m Iff $ i j C.K ! >
One acre , 117x370 ( nt , . 1-ih HTCU soittl
cf Poppleton's new t wlci , frr $2,000 , or nil
divide into city BUtM Iota a , from $350 tof&fl
Large number of beautiful residence lots , lo
cated in this new addition on Capitol Hill , be
Iwecn 24th street on the east , 2Cth on.the wcit
Dodge street on tbe north and Famham street
ontheiouth , formerly onned by& U Downs
and more recently known is the Perkins 15 acres.
Only 22 lots have thus far been plattrd 14 on
Farnbam and S on Douglas street. Thea lots
are 50 to 56 feet in widti and 150 in depth. $1,000
[ or the choice. B years time , at 8 per cent In
terest f > those who will bnild good substantial
douses thereon. Call and examine plat and get
full Information at
BEMIS'REAL ESTATE AGENCT ,
15th and Douglas Streets.
Over 2CO houses and lots are offered for sale
by this officu They are scattered all over the
city. Any location you de.Irc. Prices varying
torn 3300 to $15,000 each.
2 gocd lots and 2 cheap houses near Jackson
and 12th streets at a preat isctiflce. Hero U a
rrcat barualn for eomo one. The property must
je sold In mediately. Oners Ju t a quarter of a
) Iock. Call and examine this without any del y.
GEO. P. BfcMIS , Agent.
15th and Douglas SU.
A desirable lot near Cuming and Saunden
SSreets , tl.COO.
The cheapest aero lots In the city of Omaha ,
ire those offend for sale by this agency In Paik
'lice and Lowe's sworid addition , on Cumlng ,
iartiuid California street ) ; you can make no
mistake iu picking up these bargains while you
lave the cnanco. Tlittse lots are more than equal
n MZO to 4m 11 filed city lots or a h If block
ml it will be but a % cry short time before one-
irth part of one of these acre lots will cell for as
nuch as we offer a full acre to day. They are
ocatcda very shoit dis'ance west of Cr ighton
College. Prices ranging from f 1DO to $300 per
acre lot. Call immediately , and don't lose your
chance , and get plat and full particulars of
GEO. P. BEM1S , Agent ,
15th and Douglas btreets.
Nice lot on Sherman Avenue north of Nicholas
Street , $1,400.
Half lot on Casatctwcen 13th and 14th streets
2 nice lots in Ilartman's addition , $400 to $600.
Large number of acre lots In Giso'a addition in
North Omaha , $1:5 to $300 each.
Choice corner lot near 22nd and California
streets , $1EOO.
Several good lots in Kelson's addition , $150 to
Choice lot in Tuoracll's addition , $750.
Several largo lots in Bartlett's addition , 1 }
rods and 2 } acres each. Prices $700 to $2,000
Several choice lots in Heed's firjt addition ,
$275 to $350 each.
Aero lot on Sherman avenue , (16th ( street ) ,
south of Poppleton's new residence , for $1,100.
2 large 1ms near 18th and Clark streets , 60x
330 feet Corner , $1,200 ; inside , $1,000.
3 large lots on Shermin avenue , (16lh ( street ) ,
near Clark Street , $090 each.
22 nice and cheap lots , very near to the bos-
ness part of the city , looted a very few step ]
outh of the Convent and St. Mary's aven jeand
list south cf and adjoining tbe ground of James
I. Woolworth and WJ. . Council these are
heap and very desirable , being so handy to bus-
nns part of clty,1o new go > crnmcnt depot , nail
works , white lead works , U. P. depot , stock
jrards , packing houses , etc. Call and get plat
nd full particulars. Price $275 to $350 and easy
crms to those who build.
GEO. P. BEM1S , Agent ,
lEth and Douzlas Sts.
3choice residence lots on 24th street , between
touglas and Dodue strcetsl,100 ; to $1,2CO eictt
nd long time to thofe who will build.
2 choice comer lots near 21th and Famham
treats , 65x121 feet , $1,150 and $1,200. and vtry
iy terms to purchasers who wM improve.
Also 4 lota on 21th , betncen Farnham and
touglas 8'reett$950 to $1,600 each and long
Imo.sT250 of the best business I'jts In the city of
Omaha for sale , located on c\ try busmen street ,
503 to $ SOOOeach.
ASTAlso very valuable store properties in al
most every buclneai block } 5OlX ) to $15,000
40 choice residence lots In above addition , im-
moJiately noith of and adjoining Poppleton's
> eautlful residence and grounds , and located on
8th 10th and 20th streets , (300 to $ r M > each and
very easy terms to those who will build. Call and
xamine nlat and get full particular ) .
GF.O. P. BEMIS , Agent.
Beautiful building site on Sherman avenue ,
16th strectbetween Poppleton and the Dudley-
jams prorcrty ; 2C3 feet CJtt frontage on the
ivcnae , by 3 = 9 feet in depth. Will divide jt.mak
n 132 feet by 339. Call and get full particulars.
An acre n 18th street , lOifeet east frontage
hy 378 feet deep. This Is just south > l tbe hliza-
> eth ( Poppleton place. This Is gilt-edre , call and
ct price and terms of BEMIS , Agent.
18 good loti , just north of and adjoining E V.
Smith's addition , and locattd be'.ween 20th and
Saunderj street * , at reasonab'e prices tnd long
Imc to bnrcr who Improve. BEM19. Agent.
53 lots In Horbach's first and second additions
n 18th , 18th , 19th and 2Jth streets , between
ficholis , P ul , Jiherman and Clarx streets , very
handy to U. P. Shops , smelting works , etc. ,
ranging In prices from from $200 to $1:100 each ,
requiring only tm U p ymtnt down and long
ime at 7 pr cent interest to those who will Im
prove. GKO. P. BE1II9 ;
15th and Douglas Street.
33 nice lot' In Parker's addition , between
Saunders and Pierce. King and Campbell's Sts. ,
on Jilondo street ; 19 lots with south fronts and
0 with north frontage , only 6 blocks north of
ha turn-table ( end street-ear track ) on Saunders
treet. VeryUw prices ; $175 cash , or $200 on
eng tune * nd 8 ntr cent Interest to those who
X3T150 good farms for sale In Douglas , Sarpr ,
Washington. Burt , Dodge , Baunders and Eastern
icr of counties. ,
t3QOW acres best selected lands in the
rtatefoj sale by this agency. Call and get maps ,
circnbn and full particular * .
Jt3-Eems ! > new map of Omaha , 60c and $1.50.
XdTBemij new pamphlet ( and map of the
Itate ) entitled "the outlook of Nebraska" for
Geo. P. Bern is' ,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
15th & Douglas St. ,
OMAHA , - - * NEB ,
PBKLV DOTS ,
SATIN STRIPES ,
FANCY SILIiS , ?
BLACKS tVi\ ,
than they vrrre ever oT'-red
sS GOODS DEPT
i Unsurpassed , containing all
iVovcHics of the Season ,
from the cheapest to the finest
OUR SILK DEPARTMENT
is now the most
Complete in the City.
Eememher we sell for
CASH ONLY , and * by
so doing we undersell
L. B. WILLIAMS & SON ,
Leaders in Dry ( foods ,
1522 & 1525 DodgeSt..Cor. 15th
J. I. NICHOLS & CO. ,
Cash Price List ;
10 B.s Standard A Sugar II 00
10 } Its extra Cougar 1 00
U Ibs C fciNfar 1 00
9 Ibs granulated Sugar 1 00
SJttsCutLoaf Sugar 1 00
3 } tts Powdered Sugar 1 00
BBiSgocdllio Codec 100
5 R > s extra choice Rio Coffee 1 00
4 } tts Costa lUca Coffee 1 00
3 B > s very bcstO G J Ta 1 00
SlbsMoch 1 00
8 cans Peaches 1 00
10 Ibs Valencia Raliliis 1 00
10 Ibs choice Prunes 1 00
4 Ibs Pitted Cherries 1 00
10 Ibs Michigan Dried Apples 1 CO
13 Ibs dried Currant * 1 00
20 bars White KuUnSo p _ 1 00
16 Ibs Procter & Gambles Soap 100
1C Ibs Doblns Electric Soap 1 09
17 Ibs choice SodaCrackers. . . . _ . . . 1 00
17 Ibs choice Ojster Cracken 1 00
11 Ibs Ginger Snaps 1 00
11 Ibs Oat Meal Cracken 1 08
11 Ibs Boston Cracker * 1 00
7 Ibs Jumb'cs 1 00
24 Ibs Beans 1 00
KlbsUomlny 1 CO
25 Ibs Oat Meal 1 00
18 Ibs S < lit Peas 1 00
It Ibs Carolina Rice. 1 00
OP bs Tapioca 1 00
9IbsSan 1 00
lllbs Barley 1 00
12 Its Mixcu Bird Seed 1 00
7 3 Ib cans Standard Toma'oes 1 00
9 2 Iti cans btandanl Tomatyee I 00
63 Ibcaos Peaches 1 01
82-tb csniCorn 1 00
72 IbcansCheir'ei 1 00
U 2-tti cans Yarmouth Corn 1 00
7 l-n > cans Burnham & Hurrill 1 00
H Ibs Biking Powder 1 ( X >
PuroMaploSjrupptr gallon 1 15
Ambtr White 70
Bent New Orleans Sjrup 70
Qood Neur Orl.ans Jlola-ses 45
lastust recctreda lot of Spring good * . You
ro inrlted to call and get price * , which ba
uaranteci the lowest In the dtjr _
ml"- * 1KO rARNJIAM STREET.
ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL EXPENSES IF
DOUGLAS CO. , FOR THE YEAR 1181.
Court's , Jurors' and Court ex
penses . 8 20,000
? oor and Poor House and fneHor
same - . . 16,000
Fail and Jailors , board for prison
ers and fuel . 12,000
* Iiscellaneons expenses.Stationery
special City Tax and Gaa . 16,000
Railroad Bond Sinking Fund. . . . 44,000
County Road and Bridce . 12,000
Coiinty Office , Office Itcnt , Elec
tions and Assessors . 6,000
Total . $128,000
By Order of County Commissioners.
JOIDf B , ilASCHTBTIB ,
County Clerk ;
By H. T. LrAvnT , Deputy.
NEW TIME TABLE
OMAHA AND FORT OMAHA
LIATH OXIHJL uivzarr.OiUBi.
7:10 o'clock . j. > c 10-00 o'clock . A.W.
30 o'clock . r. * . 6M o'clock . .TJC.
80 o'clock . r. M. 103 o'clock . r.x.
SUHDATS , EVEBT TWO HOUBS.
Fare Cent * .
CITY MEAT MARKET *
KMP cctutant-'y on hand a larz * lot ct all kla I
Irt * and SoUtd Ifttti Bf. Teal'
kfattonPurk Qua * , Yowl , | ad &fci8 < uof ita
jfffTlrs hVeg tab ! f ConBaatl y c * ft * \
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