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I VOL.15. OMAHA , NEBRASKA.MONDAY , MAY 31 , 1880. NO. 295 " :
stablished 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents
tThq Prospect of Aa ourament
ia the Dim
Democrats Determined to
Freeze Out the Filli-
Decoration Ceremonies Suc-
. .cessful in Every Way.
The Christiancys Determined
tp Expose Their Immor
alities in Court.
.a. Dull D&y-iTv3heCapitaI.
Spmtti bLipilcli u. Ihr ll-w '
CuicAOO , Mny 29 4 p. m. The
Journal's Waibing'on special says :
The day fet a Ijou'iimtnt h gradually
receding. Wallace nays congress cannot -
not adjauru before the 15th ? f
June , atidjthat no adjournment vill
talc place until the house agrees to
both deputy marshal * and supervisors
bills ; that if the icpubl-cani era made
( to understand that congress" trill not
adjourn until these bills are pasted
they may regain from filli-
buatering and allow them
to piss by the date mentioned , but if
they do rvsort to filibustering in
their opposilicn to these bills , the
democrats trill eit them out , if it
tikes until next December , as they
ore determined that the republicans
-shall net Ifl I the whole machinery at
the cost iivii Unlifl election in their
Mr. Ilunl sat s congress cannot pos
sibly adjouin before the first of July.
The asbhtant poatmasteroueral , it
is said , c jntnnplatca resigning his po
sition upon the adjournment of con-
Ycattrbay a deed was recorded to
him wf Hillctt Kilbuin house for a
couslderation cf : CC5.000.
The departments a-o all closed to
day it being decoration day.
Special Dipatch t3 The Bee.
WASUIKQTON , May 30 , 10 p. m.
The ceremonies attending decoration
day in the District of Columbia were a
success in every way. The poem read
at Arlington by Willie Winter , of the
NeirYotlcIribnneT ' as received-frith
THKBK 18 NO CLUE
to the robbery 'of Commodore Morris ,
ithe assistant . 'librarian for congress.
iMr.tPofford , the librarian , mad.e good
the mount cu > of bin private finds.
is no\v said if Mrs. Christiancy
continues to resist her husb3na's bill
for divorce , a supplementary bill will
bo filed , cd ling to it the namei of
persons with whom her husband
charges that she has been intimate
the names of a Biltimore man , two
Hew Yorkers , a resident of Hartford
and n man from Mobile. What fur
ther in addition mil be made is not
known. The first struggle in the case.
will be on the amount of alimony to
bo paid Mrs. Christiancy during the
Athletic Contests , Prize Fights ,
Shooting Tournaments , eto.
Special Dispatch to Tin Bit
NEW YOKE , May 30 10 p. BO. The
fifth field meeting of the snter-colle-
giato athletic association was held
Saturday afternoon , with a largo attendance -
tendance and the grand stand filled
with ladies , Of the nineteen colleges
in the association , those represented
by entries were Brown , Columbia ,
Dartmouth University , Stevens ,
Princeton , Lehigh , Horvaid , the
University of Pennsylvania and Yale.
Wendell , of harvard , won the , 100-
yards clash iti 10:45 ; Sajre , of Columbia
the one-mile wa'k in 7:35
bia , won - : ;
Stevens , of Harvard , made the high
est standing ] ump , 5 feet , 1J incboi ,
said to bo the boit on record' by 3J
inches ; Cuyler , of Yale , won the one-
mile run in 4:37 : ; Bush , of Columbia ,
threw a hammer 84 feet 3 inche ? , and
won ; Weudell , of Harvard , won the
220-yards dash in 0:24 2-5 ; the high
est running jump , 5 fsot 1 inch , was
made by Denniston , of Harvard ; in
putting shot , Moore , of Stovoos. was
the best , m iking one throw of 35 feet
1J inches ; the half-mile was taken
by Billard , of the University of Penn
sylvania , in 2:09 : 1-5. The tng of war
was a 'walk-over for Columbia , no
other club aprering. In the running
brosd jump , Thsyer , of theTIniversity
of Pennsylvania , , took the first place ,
with a jump of 20 feet 2 inches.
Sironp , of Lehigh , wou the 120-yards
hurdle-taca in 0:19&Bocond the
- : ; quar
ter mi'o run went to Wendell , of Har
vard , in 0:55J : ; Stevens , of Hirvard ,
won the standing broad jump , 10 feet
1 inch. The two-mile race was won
by Field ; of Princeton , in 7:57.
Staten Island Athletes
Spedil Dispatch U'Tho Bee.
NEW YORK , May 30 , 10 p. m. The
spring meeting of the Statou Islaad
Athlete club took place Saturday.
The exercises consisted of walking ,
running , bycicle races , throwing ham
mer , etc. The chief feature of the
day was a three mile walk between W.
H. Purdy , of the Mahattsn club.T.
A. Lacmayer , of the Brooklyn club ,
and E. E. Merrill , of Boston , for a
eflvcr cup. Merrill won. in 22 minutes
and thirty seconds.
Prize Fight With Gloves.
Sped * ! Dtopatch to The Boa
BUFFALO , N. Y.May30,10p. m.
The fight between John Donaldson , of
Cleveland , and Charles McDonald , of
Canada , proved a fizzle. McDonald
would not go on the stage , unless
Donaldson promised to let np on him.
Three rounds were fought , however.
"in , the lasc one McDonald tripped his
antagonist. There it general indigna
tion in sporting circle * over the afftir.
Donnaldson has challenged HcDpnah |
to fight with gljvcs in a few days for
$200 a nido.
Scooped by Canucks.
Special Dispatch to Tin Dee.
MONTREAL , May t9,10 p. m. The
Lacrosse match between the Union
club , of Boston , and Montrealer ? , was
attended by an immense crowd , Sat
urday afternoon. Among thosa pres
ent was the governor general. The
match was won by the Montrealers ,
who took the tint game in eleven min
utes , the second in f-ur minutes and
Special Dinpatch to TUB UKK
LOUISVILLE , May 30,10 p. m. The
shooting tournament to begin Satur
day i * attracting all the crack shots of
the country ; it will last six days four
matches a day , for purses of $500 on
Tuesday and Saturday , and no puree
smaller than SI 50.
CLOSE QUARTERS. -
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A Large Party pf Miners , at
North Psrk , Wyoming , "
Surrounded by Hos
United States Troops March
ing to the Eescue.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
LABAMIE CITY , W. T.- May 30. 10
p. m. The latest information from
North Park is that all the Indians are
there. The white men , women and
children at Waldron's camp , number
ing abjut thirty-five , retreated to
Pinkham's , in the north end of the
park , where they are now fortified.
Nothing is known of Carr or Dow ,
and they have undoubtedly been kill
ed. Troops will bo forwarded at soon
as possible. The men at Piukbam'a
camp are poorly armed and great fears
are entertained for their safety.
There are 703 miners and prospectors
in the North Park , and the Indians
will probably kill a great many before
they can get together in sufficient
numbers to oppose them. No one
.feared the Indians , and consequently
those who hive gone in have but few.
Special dlspitch to The Bee.
HA11VEST PEOSPECTS IK IHELAND.
DUBLIN , Mny 30. 10:00 : p. m.
Harvest prospects are good throughout
CoxsrANTiNepLK , May 30. 10:00 :
p. m. Of three Hussolmans who at
tempted to kill and rob a British sub
ject , one has been sentenced to seven
yoara and the othera to fifteen years
TUB KINO OF GEKECE.
Special DbpaMi to The torn.
PAEIB , May 30. 10KX ) p. m. The
lion of the day in this city is the
young king of Greece. This is his
third visit bore. Ho leaves for Lon
don next week , thence ho will viiit
Vienna ; Berlin , and St. Petersburg to
try and hciten the solution of the
FOUR FRENCH AEHONAUTS
are preparing to croaa from France to
England in a balloon. The attempt
has been frequently made , but hs
never been successful. A scientific
commission appointed by the French
government trill preside at the de
parture from Boulogne.
DROUGHT IN THE PROVINCES
is beginning to create alarm in this
city. There was a welcome fall of
Spxlal Dispatch to TDK B .
LONDON , May 30 10:00 : p. m. The
sixtieth anniversary of the birth of
Quean Victoria was celebrated Satur
day in the usual manner. The queen's
birthday , which occurs on the 24'.h ,
is customarily celebrated on the Sat
The Sportsman says : Wo under-
tt ind tli.it the jockey , Archer , will not
ride again for at least two months , and
ho may not ride until the Goodwood
meeting , which commences on Tues
day the 27th of July.
THE DOOMED DARKEY.
The Court of Inquiry Convicts
'wiuttaker of Self-
Spfcdal dlspa'ch to TOT Bzi.
WEST 'POINT , May 30 10 p. m.
The court held a clojo cession Friday
evening , and continued it Saturday
morning. At the final adjournment
the court sent to General Schofield the
Gndingswhich cover 30 pages of fooli-
ctp. After giving a long and minute
hutory of the case , during which the
court takes up the many phases de-
velrpod , and the many thincs appar
ently proven , and concludes with
charging that , inasmuch as Whittaker
had demanded a court of inquiry , and
that no pains , expense or time had
been spared to follow every clue sug
gested by his advisers , or suggested
to the court by the recorder or out
siders , and that after a final , exhaust
ive inquiry , In which Whittaker had
failed to clear himself , it was theopin-
hn ot the court that Le had complete
ly failed to clear himself from the im
putation of having committed the mu
This conclusion was by no means ,
surprising , asit was pretty generally
understood th'e court had done with
the case long ago. It was after 5
o'clock , however , before they came to
. .that final decision. This report goea
to the secretary of war , who , upon
general review of the case , may fail to
sustain it. In case he does , he will
order a court martial to try Whittaker ,
but the findings of the court pujsWhit
taker in the position of one who , by
usage , is in honor bound to demand a
Tofly For BepubllcaTjs.
Special Dispatch to Tux Bit
NEW YORK , May 30,10 p. m.The
Graphic editorially says : "As the
democratic party may elect their can
didate at the approaching presidential
election , it behooves every good citi
zen , irrespective of party , to wish the
democrats should select the best pos
sible man as their standard bearer.
We suggest that they take into con
sideration the name and character of
Dr , J-Torvia Qreerij a ? cindidatg g $
Cincinnati. He ia a veny able and
clear headed man and can readily
gn p great ideas and questions , even
when presented to him in the crudest
form. His record isxcellont and his
management of the Western Union
telegraph company , has demonstrated
hu administrative abilities. With
Dr. Green as their candidate the dem
ocrats would make a splendid canvass.
Special DIf patches to The Bee.
It is announced that Lord Lome and
Princess Louise have engaged rooms
for July at Coney island.
The mass Tilden demonstration at
Louisville Saturday night was a fail
ure , not all the wards being repre
sented. Finally it adjourned without
BurtO. Low , of Louisville , was ar
rested Saturday trying to piss forged
checks , one on J. U. Woods & Son , of
ittsburgh , and. two on ' Nirk O'Ncil ,
-t/oaWcalerV / -
Nenry Heine , captain of the Nor
wegian bark Mississippi , was found
dead in his room Saturday evening at
the Eastern hotel , Now York. Ho
had almost severed his left wrist with
a razor , and had apparently slowly
bled to death.
The bark Monrovia sailed from
Now York direct far Liberia. On
board were 7G Kanias refugees on
theis way to colored brethren in the
young African republic.
An effort will bo mad ? in London ,
to appoint Lord Cairns chairman of
the bondholders protection committee.
It is expected that a section of the
bondholders wi'l ' oppose Gower's re
Henri Rochofort , the French exile
accuses the police of Paris of attempt
ing to assuinato his son during the
recent commune trouble ) . Hu siys
that the lad returned to Italy with
several sabre wounds on his body.
Considerable change has taken place
in the complexion uf the It tlian Par
liament. Ninecasiof the diasodent
left were elected by mutual consent
leaving but five seats to the conserva
The church bill , after a heated debate -
bate in the lower house of the Prus
sian Diet was submitted to the Holy
Prussia and Italy have accepted a
project to settle the Greek territory
question. * -
The Berlin conference has been def
initely limited to the Greek question.
Montenegro has sent circulars to
the powera , denouncing the porte for
connivanca in the Alban'au insurrec
According to the result of the pri
maries of the democratic congressional
convention for the 12th district of
Ohio , the nomination of George L.
Convers is more than probable.
Hattie Gravey was arrested at Vin-
cannes , Ind. , Friday for infanticide.
She threw her own uaw-byrn child
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into a well. . - -
. Decoration day was celebrated at
Gettysburg , Saturday , with imposing
James Movell , an old man , was
found hanging to a tree , -nearWest
Lebanon , ify. , Friday jugat/- ;
A terrible oyclono vlsltoa the town
of Savoy , Texas , on Friday n'ght , de
stroying the town and killing nine
About noon Saturday a barrel of a
kerosene in the oil room of the En
glish ship "Sophia , "lying In the Dela
ware river below the Reed street
( Philadelphia ) wharf , exploded , blow
ing three men to the deck. Their
clutbing was on fire and the flames
communicated to two others whc at
tempted to .extinguish ( ho flames. All
jumped into the river , except John
Vincent , second mate. Of these in
the water , two apprentice boys and a
seaman were drowned. The cook was
rescued , but both ho and Vincent arose
so badly burned that their lives arc
The Famous Lewis Will Case.
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
NEW YORK , May 30,10 p. m. At
Newark , N. J. , Chancellor Runyou
decided the famous Lawis will caio.
The Hoboken miser deeded his $ lr
700,000 to the federal governmontfor
the payment of. the national debt , aud
the case wai made notable by the bo
gus widow conspiracy. After her
withdrawal the will was contested by
the Cathcarts , who are natural chil
dren by a woman in the WestIndies ,
witn whomL3wis lived , and by Thom
as Lewis , claiming to be a son by a
wife whom Lewis had abandoned in
Ireland. The ground of the contest
was that Lewis was not of sound tes
tamentary capacity. The chancellor
declared ho was of sound
mind and memory and ordered that
the will bo admitted to probate. The
disinherited heirs gave notice of an
Decoration Day at Plattsmouth
Special Dispatch to Tha Bee.
PLATTSMOUTH , Neb. , May.30 , 10 p-
m. McCiribio post , No. forty-five ,
G. A. R. , decorated deceased soldiers'
graves Saturday , through a drench
ing rain storm. The day was gener
ally observedbanks ; closed and church
services were he'd.
Special dispatch to The Bee.
SAT * FBANCISCO , May 30,10 p. m.
Last night the workingmonheaded by
a brass band , escorted Kearney from
his house to the sand lots , where a
very large crowd had gathered. Kear
ney addressed them in his usual style ,
announcing his intention of taking up
the agitation where he had left it , and
making it more bitter than ever.
Special diipotcbes to The Bee.
The following were the movements
of vessels on yesterday , May 29 :
NEW YORK , May 30 10 p m.
Arrived Necker from Bremen and
Rio de Janerio from South American
ports ; sailed City of Cheater and
Egypt for Liverpool , California for
London , Devonia for Glasgow , Donan
for Bremen , Schiedam for Rotterdam ,
Vaderland for Antwerp , Gloucester
for Bristol and Pheola for Cardiff.
Liverpool Armed , Republic from
SpecUl dispatch to The Bee.
SAN FRANCISCO , May 29 4 p. m.
Kearney's role of a martyr has been
most successful. Lut night he WPS
escorted from his house by a brass
band and a crowd of hoodlums to the
sand lots , where he delivered eng of
hi ) ojd speeches ,
HAIL TO THE THIEVES ,
Who Have Bobbed Repub
licans of Their Eight-
The Tricky Trio and Third Tenn
ers Steeped in Profound
The Fate of the Tanner Settled
Beyond the Possibility of
- a Doubt.
-Any Grabriel's Horn Would
Prove Unequal to the
Task of Resurrection.
Rigid Enforcement of Unit
Rule The Only Salva
The National Committee He-
solve That Delegates Shall
Vote as They Plea-re.
Sherman Lingers on the Bag
ged Edge , Gathering Strag
glers and .Compromisers.
The Ardent Followers of
Blaine Coming in by the
Numerous New Headquarters
Started hi Various Parts
of the City.
Senator Blaine Will Manipu
late His Forces at
Cunning Cameron Piaying Pos
sum with the Anti-
Arrangements for the Rival
Anti-Grant Grant Delegates
THE TIMES FIGURES.
Special Ditpitch to The Bee.
CHICAGO May 20 4p.m. Estimate
of rival-candidates for the Republican
presidential nomination is published
in the Times this morning. The
totals of this table show that , with
the unit rule in force , and the third
term delegations from Chicago
and Louisiana seated , iho first
ballot will give Grant 394 and
Elaine 210. With the unit rule ignor
ed and temporary organization in the
hands of the anti third-termers , it is
calculated that the firat ballot will
stand : Grant , 3GO ; Blaine , 284 , and
Sherman , 9G.
Elaine men have been trying to in
duce Governor Foster , and Senator
G irGeld to deliver speeches at the an
ti-Grant meeting to ba Ltld on Mon
day evening , but without much suc
cess. Foster , who is here , refuse' ,
and Garfield will doubtless make the
same answer when he arrives. They
are for Shormaaanddo not Triah io
show particular hostility to the Grant-
The evening trains jeiterday
brought another strong detachment of
president workers to the city. John
W. Finncll , of Kentucky , was among
the lite arrivals. Ho said the 'Ken-
lucky delegation wa almost solidly
Ex-Governor John D. Lvwatm , of
delegation of his state would _ not
number more than six. In his opinion
Grant will have a majority of from 15
to 20 on the first ballot.
Among other prominent arrivals
last evening were Consressman Fiye ,
of Maiue , Gen. Ben Spooner , of In
THE rair RULE.
The anti-Grant members of the na
tional republican committee had a
caucus last night , at which they dis
cussed the proposition to depose Cam
eron from the chairmanship , The
Sherman interest was opposed to
such a step , however , and it is under
stood a resolution was passed that he
should bo instructed not to recognize
the unit rule in voting on the tempo
rary organization of the convention.
NEW rOLIIICAL HEADQUARTERS
are established every day , and they
now almost past enumeration. The
latest are Sherman headquarters at
theJfirat regiment armo ; ? , and , Wash-
burne headquarters at the Grand Pa
H. W. Scott , member of the na
tional committee and delegate from
Oregon , will arrive to-day.
Judge McBride , a member of the
national committee and delegate from
Utah , also the balance of the Utah
delegation , will reach Chicago to-day.
The California 'and Nevada delega
tions will reach Chicago to-morrow.
.AT THE PALMER HOUSE ,
the arrivals have been numerous this
morning and the rotunda was greatly
crowded. As new-comorspour in they
are met by associates preceding then ,
acquaintances from other sections.and
those claiming recognition on the
strength of political affinity , all en-
paging in an animated discussion on
tha prospect ? .
Among this morning's arrivals are
C. S. Dunham , of California , and
Frederick Douglass ,
THE BLAINE SPECIAL TRAIN
from the cist arrived this morning at
nine o'clock. The train consisted of
five coachep , containing about 250
of Blaine's most , ardent admirers in
the east. The party was received by
a committee from the local Blaine
John. Russell Ypung returned from
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POLITICS AND PIETY ,
How Sabbath Was Observed in
" Chicago ,
SpecUl Dispatch to The IJee. .
CHICAGO , May 30,10-p. m. Sena
tor Garfield , of Ohto , arrived this
monrng , and put in an appearance at
the Ohio headquarters.
The heat of political argument
reached the fighting point at the
Grand Pacific _ yesJerday morning ,
one deeply-interested and excited
party giving the lie to another's declt-
ration that Grant could carry Illinois
every time , and was knocked down
for his indiscretion. Both were
Hon. Roecoe Conkling , Senator
Jones , PoBtmts'cr JamcfHon. . John
H. Stariuc'and alargo purtivn of the
New York delegation , arrived yester
day evenihg by special train.
H. C. Carter , a colored delegate
from Mississippi , was interrogated as
to the pri'domm-itiDg s. ntiraeut of his
elite. He said that if Grant was nom
inated ho would roicive its solid vote.
From the moment of his first app -
p -aranco on the mam floor of the Pal
mer House this morning. Fred Doug-
la' , United States Marshal from
Washington , has attracted a lar e
share of the public attention , his com
manding presence , dark face with
bright eyes ; kindly smile and flowing
snow white hair , making him pecul-
iwly prominent , Said Mr. Douglwa ,
"Gen. Grant is certain
to get the nom
ination , and when nominated is jiut as
certain of election. There is not the
slightest question about it. I do not
speak so positively from my own per
sonal convictions alone , but from a
thorough acquaintance and knowledge
oftba general feeling and leaning of
the country. * Yon will find I am cor
rect in saying this " The following
members of the national republican
committee who have put in an appear
ance at lieadquartera arj , Harahon
Jewell , Devaux , Scot , Fryo , Heath ,
Averill , Buchanan , Csborn , Chandler ,
Halsey , Colburu , Eoos , Brettre , Clay
ton , Gorhara , Crew , Pinchback.Filley ,
Platt Keogh , Cameron and Cooper ,
twenty-three out of the forty-tit. All
except two or three of the executive
committee are here.
A crulae among the hotels packed
with delegates to-night shows the
presidential question to be at fever
heat. . The Grantitcs appear calm and
talk very confidently of. over 400 votes
on the tir-t ballot. Blaine's friends
are more excitable , and talk loudly of
the strength of their favorite. The
Sherman men are quiet and hopeful.
Sherman stock appears to be rising ,
bub at the expanse of what other can
didate is not yet apparent. The talk
yesterday was that if Grant is not
nominated on the first ballot , and it is
found ho cannot win , a majority of
h's friends will at once go over to
Sherman and put him away ahead of
BLine. This appoaw to be Sherman's
tactxs ; the Ohio men stand firm for
him iu8t _ s'they did for Hayes at
Ciricmnatif xbey are very carelul not
to antagonize the Grant clement , but
do not appear to care so much for
Blaine's followers. They refu-e to
take part in the Blaine demonstration
Monday night , and refuse to enter
into any combinations. Many Grant
men have set their mind upon Grant
and Sherman ss the strongest pcssbiln
ticket that could be put in the field.
Sherman's managers say he will not
accept the second place.
It oppoarj to be settled that Blaine
will not come to Chicago to champion
his own cause , but his headquarters
hero are connected by wire with his
residence in Washington , and he is
managing his campaign at long rango.
It appears to be well settled that
the opposition to .Grant will unite on
Senator Hoar for permanent chairman
and that they will have a Blaine man
for , temporary chairman. The Grant
managers have been waiting for Conk-
1'ng's arrival before deciding positive
ly who they will put up. They will
probably select their mm quietly to
SpecUl Dispatch to The Ceo.
CHICAGO , May 31 , 1 a. m. The
excitement over the convention is in
tense. The city is overflowing with-
strangers. Knots of excited politi
cians are in discussion at every turn of
the street. The Palmer house corridors
riders are a mass of moving , disputing
men. Conkling , at the Grand Pacific
hotel , has a private parlor , and is vis
ited by scores of stalwarts. This
evening , when the agent of the na
tional a-soctate.d presi called , there
were present Senator Jones , of Ne
vada , ex-Lieut. Gov. Woodford , of
Now York , ex-Cocgrcssmca Stewart
and Platt , Gen. Ohcsten , A. Arthur ,
EdwardPiorrepontand half a score of
others. The best of feeling prevailed.
All who expressed an opinion said
that Grant is certain of the nomina
tion on the first ballot. The Grant
men claim that they know nothing of
the attempt to oust Cameron from the
chairmanship of the national commit
tee. The report that Pierrepont , Ar
thur. Eugene Halo and William E.
Chandler held a conference Sunday
afternoon and agreed to nameaBlaine
man for temporary chairman was de
nted. Horace Porter refused to be
interviewed , but taid "Grant was cer
tain to be nominated on the firat bal
lot , and laughed at the idea of any
compromise with Blaine , and did not
thick Blaine would dare to attempt to
depose Cameron. Gen. Porter has
teen in close conference with Conk-
ling , Arthar and other Grant leaders.
Sheridan Shook and the anti-Grant
delegation under his lead have opened
the headquarters of the central repub
lican club at the Palmer and are doing
a good deal of work in the way of ar
gument. Long John Wentworth
made a stump speech in the Palmer
Home last evening. Early Sunday
morning Blaine and Sherman's mana
gers had a long conference on the
question of the unit rule. They had
discovered that an attempt to coerce
Cameron on this subject was reacting
against themselves , and Chandler
suggested that it was time to call a
h lt Aftsr consultation it was de
cided to change tactics and find out
what Cameron really intended to do ;
the more especially as it had been ru
mored that theGrant men had decided
to acquiesce in the demands of the an
ti-Grant men concerning the unit rule ,
tha Blaine and Sherman men were
till determined not to permit the
'enforcement of the unit rule in the
organization of the conven
tion , but decided to try di
plomacy. It was agreed that
an anti-Grant majority of the
national committee should , at the
meeting to-morrow night , offer a reso
lution m substance that it was the
ppinion of the committee that the irj-
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dividual opinions of the delegates
should be respected In the organiea < >
tion of the convention. The question
of the application of the unit rule
should be left to the convention after
it was organized , as h ratofore This
determination was afterward commu-
nica'cd to Senator Cameron , who at
once exproiaed his willineness to do
so. This being reported to Chandler
and others , it was further decided that
the resolution should be presented at
the meeting to-morrow night , and
without any reference to Senator Cam
eron , and that after it Was adopted he
should be p. ked to promise to carry
out the wishts of the committee. Sun
day aftornoou there was another long
conference between the Bhino and
Sherman leaders , during which the re
sult of the interviews with Cameron
was considered and tha opinion freely
expressed that thera was something
behind the expressions of Senator
Cameron that the Grant men had
sjmo enaro proptred. Thera was
nothing to do , however , except to
keep a sharp watch and wait for the
meeting of the committee to-night.
This will be a moat important step in
the campaign. Thn meeting will beheld
held at the headpuartcrs of the com
mittee at the Palmer house , and the
action ji'l determine whether the
convention will bo turbulent and pro
tracted or ahoit and peacetble. All
interest centers on this meeting. It
is said that an organized effort will bo
started by the anti-Grant men this
INFLUENCE WAVERING GRANT MEN
in several delegations. The New Jer
sey delegation will meet to consider a
Eeries of resolutions , agreeing to
hold together solidly and vote as a
unit against Grant on all preliminary
measures. With this for a start , other
delegations ara expected to follow ,
until all the anti-Grant Interests are
combined , and their entire stren'gh
Gen. Garfield and Gov. Foster still
believe that Sherman has a teed
chanca of success , especially in the
increasing bitterness of the Grant-
Blaine content. A meeting of all the
personal friends of Washburne i& all
the delegations bai been cilled for
this afternoon. Its object is to con
sider the possibility of bringing for
ward his name in the event of a dead
lock and to determine the total
strength on which his friends may
count , should such a contingency
THE GRANT MEETING.
The local Grant men are working
hard on their big mooting for to-night.
Conkling , Logan , Matt. Carpenter ,
E. A. Storr and probably St3wart L.
Woodford will speak. The Blaine
men will hold a meeting Jat the same
time in White-Stocking park , on the
opposite side of the street , the object
being to s e which can draw the big
It is prolty well settled that
SENATOR HOAR ,
of Massachusetts , will be the candi
date of the anti-Grant men for per
manent chaiiman. He is acceptable
-tn bntK.fxo R'oino ' ami Shprman man
and leaders of these factions have
agreed ti support him unless some
thing develops to change their minds.
Th'e question of temporary chairman
ship has ben considered a good deal
by the Blaine and Shermen men and
the merits of ha'f a dozen
men discussed. Blaine men are
inclined to favor Congressman
Confer , of Michigan , who is an able
parliamentarian and is competent to
decide any questions that may arise ,
but the Sherman men are are doubt
ful of Conger , us ho is known to bo a
Grant man. At this writing ii is not
known whom the Gr nt delegates will
support for temporary chairman. The
Grant managers are voiy reticent as
to their intentions on any important
question , and decline to lay whom
they will nominate for officers In the
convention , or what Cameron will do
RESPECTING THE UNIT EULE. _
Some politicians are of the opinion
that he will acquiesce in the decision
of the majority of the national com
mittee , and rule that the unit rule
shall not be enforced in the organiza
tion of the convention , that after ho
has made this ruling he will recognize
the Grant men , who will appeal from
his decision. This would precipitate
a test vote at once , as the vote would
have to bo taken without a debate. If
the Grant men are confident that
they have an actual majority of the
convention , that will be an easy way to
prove their strength and would settle
the question of Grant's nomination as ,
if successful , ho would take over all
these doubtful delegates who want to
be on winning side. Others are of the
opinion , however , that Cameron will
not risk a test vote , but will hold that
the moment ha gravel falls and be
calls the convention to order. The
national committee ceases to
exist , and that ho is no longer bound
by its instructions , and that will
rule ( hit the unit rule must be en
forced in the organization of the con
vention , and that the instructions of
the states can only be sot aside by a
vote of the convention after an organ
ization is perfected. As a matter of
fact no one outside of the inner circle
of the Grant managers know what the
real programme is , and the Blaine
and Sherman men are somewhat wary
of Cameron's readiness to acquiesce in
the wishes of the majority.
The national committee's arrange
ments for seating the crowd in the
convention hall Wednesday are very
complete. Seventy-five special police
and fifty-six patrolmen , under Capt.
Greeley , will keep order. Fifty ush
ers will be furnished by the theatres
and thirty more by the Union "Veteran
club. The doorkeepers by this club
and the telegraph companies will
supply pages from their messenger
corps. The whole will be in charge
of Gen. Wm. E. Strong and others.
No one will be permitted to make any
demonstration of approval or disap
proval during the proceedings of the
convention. . The Hon. Hannibal
Hamlin reached this city Sunday
morninsr , and has been in close com
munion with the Bliina manageri.
lie expresses his confidence of BLain's
St. tiouls Produce.
ST. Louis , May 29.
Wheat No. 2 red$104@l 06 for
cash ; 1 OG@1 OGJ for May ; § 1 00 ©
100 | for June92@92jc ; ! for July ; 92J
@ 92c for August ; No. 3 do , 97c.
Cora 35J@35f cfor cash ; 35J@35o
for May ; 34Jc for June ; 35jo for
Oats 31i@31c forcash313@31go ;
Whisky Steady at $108. .
Pork Dull ; at § 10 25 bi4 for cashj
f 10 50 for June.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Mew Tort Money and Stock.
SEW TORE , JUy 29.
MONET S3 *
FBIHB HKBCANTILX PAPIB _ .
OOVKKSM NTS-yoiet and generally sUtdy.
' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' " "
U. H. It , Kew..T.T.V.V.VJ. . . . ! iral
How 4 } _ 110 }
(7. ( 8. per cent _ 1CSJ
Kockltlaad _ 183
ininot Central . 102
a B.AQ _ 1U
C. & A. 10JJ
" preferred 122
New York Central- 121J
Lake Shore J 07j
Brl'prefarradr ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ' ! " ! " ! ! ! ! ! " ! . " " " 89 }
Korthwectenipnfund. . . _ 1C73
Bt Paul ( > }
St. Paul piefgried . . . . . _ 1CJ
kbiu.at. Louiatnd 1'Miflc 0.
preferred , . . . 5ti
Han. &St Jo 25
Han.ASt.Jo , pfd 67 }
Kansas Texas SJ
Union Piclfle 81 }
Central Pacific f3
Northern Pacific 2SV
do preferred 4 i
Western Union Tolfkfaph CC |
Pacific Mall 31J
U. P. L nd Onnta Hu
New York Produce.
NEW YORK , May 20.
Wheat Easy ; No. 3 spring , SI 11
@ 112 ; No. 2 sprinSl 20@1 21 ; un
graded red , 8121@1 29 ; No. 2 do ,
for export , $1 32@1 33 ; No. 3 , cn-
tracts , $1 401 4Gi ; mixed winter ,
51251 28 ; ungraded white , § 1 25 ®
123 ; No. 2 do , 1 2GJ@1 27 ; No. 1 do
§ 1 2D@1 29J.
Corn Ungraded , 63J@56c ; No. S ,
52@53c ; No. 2 , 55@56ic ; yellow we t-
Oats Heavy ; mixed western , 42 ®
44c ; white western , 44@4Gc.
Egcs Dull at 10@llc.
Pork Mess , $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cut Meats Dull ; long clear mid
dles , SO G2 ; short do , S6 87 | .
Lard Prime steam , SO 90.
Butter Dull ; 8@20c.
Cheeie Firm at 10@12c.
Whisky- ? ! 13@115.
St. Louis Live Stocfc Market.
ST. Louis , May 29.
Cattle Supply very small and par
ticularly no market ; receipts 70.
Sheep Business confined to butch
er trade at unchanged prices ; receipts
UNION STOCK YAKDS , May 28.
Ho2s ; Receipts about 9,000 hesd ;
Market fairly active and firmer for
good grades ; slow movement in com
mon stock , but the supply pretty
well closed up ; mixed packing , $390
© 4 10 ; choice heavy , $415@4 35 ;
light , § 4 004 20.
Cattle Receipts about 2,000 head ;
trade dull and unsatisfactory , though
not quotably lower ; common to choica
natives , § 3 C0@4 40 ; western , S3 GO ©
3 90 ; butchers' cows , $2 00 < s3 40 ;
bul's ' , S2 00@3 00 ; stockers and feed
ers , § 3 004 00.
Sheep Receipts , about 200 ;
common to fair3 504 00 ; choice
clippe-J , 84 75.
Milwaukee .Produce Market
MILVAUKEK , May 29.
Wheat No. 1 hard , $1 08 ; No. 1
Milwaukee , § 104J ; No. 2 Milwaukee ,
99c ; May , 99o ; June , 99jjc ; July ,
§ 1 OOJNo. ; 3 Milwaukee , 88c ; No. 4 ,
81c ; rejected , GOc.
Corn No. 2 , 35c.
Oats No. 2 , 30c.
Rye No. 1,77c.
Barley No. 2 fall , G8c.
Baltimore Produce Market.
BALTIMORE , May 29.
Wheat No. 2 western winter red ,
spot and May , § 1 3401 34 | .
Corn Western mixed , spot and
May , 57i@57c.
Oati Western white , 43@44c ; do
mixed , 41@4Hc.
Rye Quiet'at 95c.
Butter prime to choice western
picked , llQll c.
Eggs Quiet at 12c. '
Whisky Dull at SriOJ.
New Wheat ,
fipodal Dbpatch to The Dee.
ST. LOUIH , May 30 , 10 p. m. The
first now wheat of the season was re
ceived hero to-day from Fort Worth ,
and was sold at auction on 'Ghcnge for
SI. 22 per bushel
We offer a first-class white laun-
dried shirt , with an improved rein
forced front , made of Wamsutta mua-
lin. 3-ply bosem and curls , of 22CO
linen , at the reduced price of $1.50.
The workmanship , fit and style of our
shirts aio placed In competition with
an d shirt sold in Omaha. Wo guaran
tee entire satisfaction , or will refund
the tnonoy. Wo- make to order every
grade of shirts and underwear , give
bettor goods for loss money than can
be got elsewhere. Our fancy imported
shirtings are of the choicest patterns.
In underwear wo cannot be under
Omaha Shirt Factory , 252Farnham ,
opposite Grand Central Hotel.
West's Chester Co. , Pa.
The largest ever raised. Will produce 100 to
12G bushel per acre. Matures early. ? orgale
by Bollcan A Little , and by John Evans , corner
Fourteenth and Dodge St. OMAHA , NKB.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Appetite , refreshing sleep.the acqa'iition of flesh
and color , arc bless ngs attendant upon the te-
parative processes which th > s priceless Invigorant
speedily init'-Ates and carries to a successful con
clusion. Digestion is restored and sostenanceit -
forded to eich life-sustaining organ by the Bitten ,
whlca is inoffensive cren ti the feminine palate ,
vegetable la composition , and thoroughly safe ,
Fcr eale byallDrnjgistiaad Dfalen generally
15ili and Boaglns'Street.
Over3,000 residence lots ? foria'e by ths ! apeti
cy at prlcesr anting frcia S2S to SJ.COO fach , and
located in e'ciy fart rf 'lieclto. and in every
direction from iho P < lolSe , north. ett , omh
cr west , and varying in dUtanco from mie
blxkto ononrtiromiltumtn sur.c. CX.llnr.il
etamine car Vets
Seveialchotea loUin Griffin * c I'ascs * cdll-
tion , tfcstcf con\ent , l twccn St. Mary's arm-
cb and Iismcy streetS W ! SiW.
80 acres jtut cast ot Isv rsckn on S u-nders S-t ,
this is choice ailaid : lt ! be soli very riea | >
for cash In 6,101 r * aero Io s , now is jo-
to secure a barpalp.
Choice lei at CT ! of street car tracks on Saun.
iloM street fjr 6.75.
CholcJ lot , F.-rn'nm ami 2l'h sUeMs , OOilSl
feet for 81,5'0 will dlv'do ' ! t.
Cheap lots In Croilt Fiuuljr asM'ttij : * . so'ith i f
U. P. depot $100 to JSOO.
Forty lots on Park Avenue ami rconjia' tree * ,
on road to rark , ami near hea < l of St. M rj's
avenue , at frm $125 to iWi eic" * . Seven revs
time st eight pr cent Iut r st. to tl.oje who will
put up scod cubtintial buildingF r further
partioahrs pp'y to.
0. P. BBU1S. Agent ,
Fifteenth and Donglis Street.
A nice lot on llarncy anJ Twentfirst street' ,
Tire choice lots on f Olh. HOT SMarj's aven
ue , MxlG5 ) feet each , for $3301 nil SSOO.
Two choice lots nrar 23d and Clnrk streets , in
E. V. Smith's addition SJ03 and f 310.
Fifty lots In Sti nu's first , second and tliinl ad *
diticns forUO to ? C03 each.
lot near 15th snd riire. , $463.
2 IcU on Earner near S4th St. , $600 ca-.h.
lot on 24th rtar Htmard itreet , ? 7o5.
40 lots In Giand View ailition , Moctli of U. I * .
bridge and depot , from 15 to $ 00 each *
One acre , 117x370 feet , on ISth street , south
cf Popplctcn's new residence , for 52,009 , or will
divids I'.to city sized lots a : from JZS'J to $510
Large number of bjantttul resilience loin , lo
cated in this new addition on Capitol Ilill , be
.ween 24th stieet on the taai , 2Jth on tha we .t
Dodito slreet on the north aril Farnham street
onthorouth , formerly owned by C. II Ijns
and mora recently known s s tha I'erkins 15 acres.
3nlyS2to's have thus fir bscnplattfd 11 on
fernham aid : 3 on Douglas street. Tir. a lots
ar.j CO to oSfcet In wldt > and l 0ndept ! ) . . $1,000
! or the ch-jfco. SjeJHtime , at 8 per ecu : In-
: eristt < thaa who will bulln good substantial
iouscs thereon. Call anil examine p'at and grt
full inform iti.n at
BEMIS'UKAf. FSTATE ACENCV ,
15th and Uou Ias Stra U.
Over SCO homes and lots a o cfforcd for sa'e
by this offlca They arorcat < e cd a'l over the
city. Any location JMU do Ire. Pricej varjirc
from SJCO to ? 15,000 eich.
2 go.d lots ns j 2 cheap houses near Jatkron
and 121h strreti at a reat laelficc. Hi re i a
; reat b rca'n for tome one. The property mut
be s ild 1-i.int dlitcly. CovcrJ jiikt a quaricr ef a
LIoclc. Call and ciinilno th's I hmt eny ielly. !
QEO. P. BE1US , Aent ,
15th and 1) : ujlis Sis.
_ A iTealralilft Int n ar .Cumlnst and 5UimC rs
Streets , $1,100.
The cheapest ecro lots In tha city of Omha ,
ara thcsa offered f rsa'e by thh acncy In Talk
I'bco and LOKO'D ttcnnd ad'H.in , on Cuming ,
Bart and CalifjmU street ) ; you can iraie no
mistake iapkkiafr up thisabarjpias whllo yen
hava the chanca. Tftcse lota arc cio'C than cqial
In fclz-j to 4 full-shed city lots < r a half block
and it will bo but a very srt ! time before nr.c-
fifthpirtoforocf thMoacre lots will cell fcr as
much ss WB offer a f u 1 aero to day. They are
locited a very thort dtsttiico west cf Cr ighton
College. Prices ranprinjr from 8150 to 3300 p r
acre lot. Call immediately , an-1 don't lose ycur
chince , and get p'at and full particulars of
OEO. P. BESI1S , Aacnt ,
15th and Douglas Streets.
Nice lot on Shjrma Avcnua north ef Nicholas
Btreet , $1,403.
Half lot on Ciw.tetwecn ! 3th and lith slrctts
2 nice lots in ITartman's addition , $100 to 6CO.
Large number of aero lots In Gktfs addition In
North Onuta , Slr5 to $300 each.
Choic3 comer lot near 22nd and
streets , Sl.EOO.
Several good tola in Kelson's addition , $150 to
Chcicc lot In ThorncU'ii uddHIon , J7LO.
Several large Iota in ILirtlttt's nddlticn , 13
rods and 2 } acres each. Priccj $700 to f..OOO
Several choice lo's in EcaXs Crjt addition ,
$275 to $350 each.
Acre lot en Sherman avenue , (16th ( sine' ) ,
gonth of Popplcton's new rcsIJcnce , for Sl.U'O.
2 lanjolota neir 18th.and ( Satk streets , COx
330 feet Ccmcr , 81,200 ; inside , $1WO.
3 l'r < o loti on Shoim n avenue. (16th ( street ) ,
near Clark Street , $300 each.
22 nice end cheip loir , very near to the bus
iness part cftbe cliy , locitcda very fewstepj
south ot tha Convcn : anl gt Mary's avenae.ar.d
Jnst routh f and aJJalnin f-o crouzd of Jarr.ej
M. Wcolworth R-d WJ. . Coiinell thtse a e
cheap anl very deirau'c , being s > handy Io bus-
inws part of city , to now government dorot , nail
works , white lead woiks , U. I * , depot , stock
yaids , picklnif hcnso , etc Call nd get pUt
and lull parilralara. P.-Ice $275 to $ i50 * nd easy
terms to ll > ese who Lnlld
GEO. P. BEMIS , Agent ,
ISth and Couzlai Sin.
8choice riddence lots en 24th street , between
Douzlas and Dodue streol381,100 ; to jl-,2' "
and lon time to fiofo who will btjld ?
2 choice corner lots cear 21th and Fa-nbam
strcoU , C5xlZ4 feet , $1,150 and $1,103 , and vkry
evy terms to purchaser ] who wi I improve.
Also 4 loU on 24tb , betnecn Fjrnham and
Douglas a rest ? , $050 to $1COO each and Ion- '
2T250 o ! the beit hnjlress lot < In the city of
On.aha for sale , located on every btuitie < a street ,
5503 (083,000 ( each.
tsTAIsn vf ry valuable store propcrllca in al
most every busiaeaj block J5.000 to $ ! B,000
40choie res'-denco lots In above addition , im-
mejiittly north of and adjoining I'o : p'elou'
beautiful residn:3 and CTUU..CH , and I. caUd en
ISth 19th and iOth streets , SSOO to $5:0 each end
veiy easy terzs to those whowill t.uild. ( iili ani
examine | lit and get full partlcnltr < .
GEO. P. BE1IIS , Ajent.
Beauiful ! hnildlnj site en Sherman avtnu ? ,
( ICth strcetU > wecn Popplcton and the Pndby-
1 jams prof c.ty ; 63 feet cjtt frontzge O'i the
avenue , by 3SO feet in dipth. W1U ditiie itm > k
In.132feotby339. Call anl ( jet full pmiculatS.
An acre en ISth eteet , ICiffct cast frsntagc
by 378 feet eee-p. ! This is jest sccth t.f tic K Isa-
btth ( Pcppletcn p ace. 7nrs Is gi't-c.-lrc , cJl anl
get price and terms of BE win , A cnt.
IS good lot ? , J st north of end adjoinisz E V.
Smit.Vj adfiliiou , and located between 20th sml
Sauc < 2er4 street ? , at reoionab'o prices mil Icni *
ttas to tayer who improve. BKMiS. Ajcnt
53 lots la norbach's Crat end second tddltlocs
on ISth , IS'.h , 19th and 23th ktreetl , betoean
Nichota , P nl , Sheman and Clara at : ecti , very
hatidy to U. P. Shops , smelting works , etc. ,
ranging in prices from from 8iX ( > to $1:100 each ,
requiring only inull payment down CLd Ion ;
Un at 7 pr centlntertst to these who tnll Im-
prore. GEO. P. BEHIS ,
15th and Douglaa Sttot.
.38 nice loti In Parker's addition , betwen
Baunders and Pierce. KlDg and Campbell's Stf. ,
onllIonuo trjPtlDloU with south front * and
13 with north frontazc , only C blocks ncrtb of
the lurn-Ub'e ( nd street-car tirck ) en Stutiders
street. Verykw prices$175 cash , cr $200 on
long time < nd 8 pjr cent Interest to thosa who
ri59.gcod farms for sale In Doujla. " , Sarpr ,
Washington. Bart , Dodge , Eaundars and Eajtern
tier of counties.
/ST3.0CCO acres best selected lands in the
state f 01 sale by this aimer. Call and gtt mapj ,
circulars and full partlcnljri
23"Eem ) ' new map of Omaha , COc and JL50.
j2TBeml ) Dew pamphlet ( and map ot the
State ) entitled "the outlook of Kebruka" for
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
loth & Donglas St , ,
OMAHA , , . . . , r NEB ,
LAEGE ASSORTMENT ; .
PJSKIN DOTS ,
SATIIN STRIPES ,
[ FAXTCY S3LKS ,
f ' 4
tlian they were ever oSerecL >
' ' "f
Is Unsurpassed , containing all
Novelties of the Season ,
from the cheapest to the finest ,
6-JR SILK DEPARTMENT
is now the most
Complete in tSie City.
Remember we sell fo r
GASH ONLY , and by
so doing we undersell
L. B. WflHiLIAfflS & S01V ,
Lenders In I&ry Goods. " * *
1522 & 1525 Dodee St.Cor. 15th.
. . i
Cash Price List.
10rtsStar.dudASugsr II 00
10 } QjS extra C [ Sugar 1 00
11 Its C Sazar I 00
U K > s graimUtnl Sujor 1 00
sjibsCutLoafSutrar i oo.
3J t'3 Powdered Sugar I CO
6ttsgoodIUo Colee 1 00'
5 Us extra choica Itlo Coffee 100 -
4 } tLs Costallica Coffee 1 on
SDjaTCiy best OQ Java 100
SlbsMoch 1 00 '
H cans P acicj 1 00
0 Ibj Valencia Kila'iu ' 1 00
011)3 choice Prun8 I 00' *
libs Fitted ChcrrlcJ 1 00
.0 Ibs Michigan Uried Apples 1 CO '
J31bs dried Ccmata -1 00
20 ba.-a White liuch. Sap 1 00
U ! rrocUr& GambuSoap. ! . . . ICO
IGILsDoblnj tI c'ricSop 1 00
71lichtIcaSaJaCrackrs 1 00
.7 Iba choice Cys'.cr Croskora 1 00
.libs Oinp.r Susps I CO *
11 Ibs Oat Moil Crackers 1 Mr
11 "Is Boston Crjcxen 1 00
7 Ibj Jumb'cs 1 CO
2411 * llcans I CO
SSlMUcmlny 1 CO
25 Ibs Oat Meal 1 00
ISlbaS lit Peas 1 00
11 ItM Carolina lUce. 1 CO
31bsTapoci ! 1 CO
91t Svro 1 00
! 41bBirlcy 1 00-
12 Us MIx-j" Bird S f d 1 CO
7 3-1) cum StinilardToma ocs. . . . . . . . . . . . 100
) i-ltCim St-in'lard Toraatyc * 1 00
" " " ' " ' " ' "
32-frcan . . . . ! ! . ! ! . . . . ! ! ! ! 100
72cai ! ) < Clierr'e . . . . 1 10
1 2-tt curs Yarmouth Cora 1 CO
71.fficvi Ccrnham & Morrill. . . . . 1 00
. ' } JLsIiikir.2 Powdsr , . 1 01
PnroM plo Syrup per gallon 1 15
imbtr Writs 70
Bt Mew Orleans Syrup 70
Go. . < dNewOrl ans ) lob-sej. . . . . IS
Dr. O. E. Shoemaker ,
Tim well kiown Aural Burjcton , of Fading , Pa. ,
who hss bten In th > nud.'cal ( irofeaioa ov rZ9
y.-a , gives ALL hi > time EXCLUSIVELY , to
the treatment of deafnesa and dls-Mts of the
tar and catarrh If minds a valuable little book
ot Ol rz-oi en fto .rcatmen. of thtrodliesca.
FKEZTOALL. Thti book g.ves reference I aod
Itstirr.crU's thatwiil tallify tha most sitptlcaL
lie is a'so antbor of a woik of 375 paes , octavo ,
on thcso diseases andlhtlr prottr treatment.
Fries 3i , by aall. No family ihoulJ be without *
a copy ot th.'s vjloabe ! book. It will save sat-
feilny , low of htaiin ? ani doctor's fees. DR.
SIIOEKAKER'S remedy for the core ot BUK
SIXO KAUS , U unlter llr axknowledTtd by
phjsicfcins and the public la general , M the only
truly rallibla remedy for the cars clthU locthe-
sonwdlscaie It fa harmle , rleMant and re- '
lUblK , a = d wul cure xlmcst ny case , evtn of
forty OT fifty years standing. An bad small tnd
unpleuaatcess ot the disease Instantly removed ,
and the hearing In'rost ease * greatly improved
perminenL'y. Kief.Z. . Ill Jaj. K. Ish , whole-
sola acd icta'l dea'er In drojs. medJcin s and
ennrical Instrucents , Uil farnham ttmt.
Oaiaho. - -
V. P. Block. IGth St.
Fresh and Salt Heat * o an Trij constant
on hand , prices reasonable. Tentahte In K l
on. Food dallvered to any part of the dtyK
Competent Hew York Tuner. <
or anj repaired amlrezuktiid , Orders Irit at-
WYMAITS SOOK 8TOaZ,530 r&tttath Stp f
Pojtcflcroiatt tieiid < dt - - - " '
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