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-VOL. IX. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , TUESDAY. JUNE 15 , 1880. NO. 308
Established 1871. MORNING EDITION.
Price Five Cents
WASHINGTON.
Republicans Very Effect
ively Fillibuster in
the'House ,
And the Electoral Bill is Shelved
O ' Till December.
| O _ _
Rumors-That the President
.jWill Veto the Army Bill.
Sherman Does Not
, , ! JltatiSither ? Garfleld/6r
Foster Sold Him Out.
Suit to be Brought Against a
Millionaire Astor By a
Census Man ,
Because He Isn'b Base Enough
to Reveal the Ages of
Fem-UeAstors.
A
NO JJOUE FILLIBUSTEUING
Bpodal Dixpjtch lit Ihe IJce.
WASUINGTOX , Jun 15 1 a. m.--
Ytsterdiy hfiurnuou Mr. Bickuoll , in
charge of the elcc'ora1. count bil' ' , said
tint inasmuch EB it was evident that
the republic.ns would not allow a vote
to ba taken , and as any further at
tempt on the democratic side to force
a rote would result in a ruinous loss
of time , ho would move to postpone
the bill until the first Monday in De
cember. The motion was sgrced Jo
by a vote of 83 to " ? 5. So filibuster-
iug hai ended , and there rennnis noth
ing new except to finish tha work of
the session.
ANOTUEE VKTO ?
There ii homo excitement among
coDgresemoii t the report tb.it the
president cmtiiup'a'ei refuting to
ein the river ai-d harbor bi'l , but the
panic is probably unfounded.
S1IEKMIN AND OAlirlELD.
Friends of Secretary Sherman elite
emphatically that he docs not credit
the report that Uov. Foster was falae
to him ut Clucng , and wcrked in'tbe
interest of Garfield ; that , on the con
trary , Sherman in confident that both
wera loyal , and tw.at G rfield will have
a no mure a-de'it ' supper or during the
canvasi th-n tha Bosretary of tlo- ;
treasury.
TUK1U AOKS.
Tha cansiis bu a m lus informntion
that one of the Actors < f NCJT York-
has declined to a'tsvrer questions put
by the census supervisors ru to.thj
ngoa of the ftin ila msmbtjra of hfs
family , and that the contu ? supervisor
has ordered the bringing of a suit for
the penalty pr s-ribcJ by the act.
GETTING KEADY FOIl AUJOUKNMENT.
' The conference committee on the
civil surdry bill agreed upon a report
last night and expect to finally settle
X all ditlerenccs to-day. It is thought
now by the commit to that the bill
can pass through botn houses in time
to bo enrolled by 12 o'clock Wednes
day , the lime iixid for adjournment.
TJio cotnui tH-o on Ilia deficiency
bill camu to un ngroiiiuent alto yestf r-
day and will report to both houses
early to-day.
CONGRESSIONAL
SBNATK.
Special Dispatch to Tim HUE.
WASHINGTON , Juno 14 4 p. in.
The conference committee on the sen
ate amendments to the sundry civil
bill wa unable to ttgrco and a further
conference was ordered.
A bill to aid in the construction of
:
a military , commercial and postal rail
way from San Antonio to the Rio
Grande , with an amendment in the
nature of a substitute wai reported
and placed on the calendar. Also a
bill was reported for the relief the
Kansas City , Fort Scott and Gulf
railroad.
The aanato concurred in the house
amendments to the bill regulating the
pay and appointment of deputy mar
shals.
shals.On
On motion of Senator Garland the
senate concurred in the house amendments
n
ments to the bill regulating the pay
and appointment of deputy marshals.
The bill now goes to the president.
On motion of Senator Beck , in view A
of the late slago uf tha session , only B
the house bills lavorably reported by ISC
the senate committee were considered , ISCi
the object being to secure their pats- Ci
age at this session , rathtr than to pass ClC CiCl
bills which cou'd net be acted on in C :
the house. DD
r A number of pension bills pissed. DEl
The housa bill fixing the rate cf El
duty on bailey and malt at 25 cents ElFi FiFi
per bushel , in lieu of 10 per cent ad Fi
valorem , was taken up. Mr. Beck of II.H .
fered an amendment that after July H
II
1,1880 ; no duty shall be levied in m IL ;
excess of 50 per cent ad valorem on a ILHi
large number of articles specified , JoKi
which ho offered as a substitute for KiK
' ' K (
Beck's amendment to Carlisle's sugar K ,
bill The morning hour expiring , the LaM <
Mexican pension bill was informally MiMi
laid aside to allow Senator Windom MiM
to speak upon the minority report of Mi M !
the exodus committee. MiDs
Ds
Scnotor Lamar replied to him and DsNi
at the conclusion of his speech and NiNe
pending action of'the Mexican bill Po
the senate went into executive session Pli
and then adjourned. PaRe
UODSE. Soi
The conference report on the house Sw
bill relating to public lands -was SeTn
Tn
.
agreed to.
Ta
The early session of the house this Th
morning did not help the democrats ThWi
WiW
to pass the electoral count.resolution. W
There was no quorum , and finally an
adjournment was made necessary until
Du
til eleven o'clock. When to-day's
regular session began the same old
filibustering efforts were fenewed.
Bit
Tabor College Commencement. Bai
Brt
Cormpondence of Tbe Bee. Cat
TABOE COLLEGE , Juno 14. This Doi
year the ctowd gathered , as usual , to Fra Eaj
attend the commeLcement exercises Got
of thw the oldest Hal
in
college this sec Hoi
tion of country. Although there were Hoi
fewer editors and professional men Noi Kis
than at other tlmesowing , perhaps , to Nel
the political gatherings of national in Rot
terest in Chicago , there was an appreciative She
The
ciative audience which filled the large Wa
cljnrcli at every session. The exercises
were of a high orJer throughout , and
without disparaging thoao who have
done well on other similar occasions ,
it may be safely said that no commencement -
moncemont has parsed off more pleas
antly , or left a more favorable im
pression upon stranger * .
Of the class who entered college ,
eight had public exercises ; all did
well , but it was generally crnccded
that the palm was berne off by Mary
Palmon , of Rtd Oak , whoso oration
on "Our Inheritance" was well writ-
tun , well spoken , and full of valuable
thought.
The exhibition of the conservatory
of musc : showed thoroughness in in
struction r.d ej c-ss in exocutitin ,
cnmuieudabij alifce to the faithfulness
of teachers and pupils.
The general character of the exor
cises ot the literary society was con
siderably above thosj of similar oxer-
cues to which we have listened.
Although the weather was of a
threatening character , the church was
filled on Wednesday morning to listen
to the graduating class.
There were three orations and one
esaay. We heard all of them highly
commended. { The valedictory given
by Miss Georgia Barnum was original
in style as well as thought , and was
spoken of as baing just the right
ttnng , and spoken cleuly. and con
cisely. * *
Wa did not attend the meeting of
the a'uaini , but it is reported that
they had a very enjoyable time.
The commencement closed as usual
with a grand concert/ given by the
musical union and orchestra , between
six and seven hundred attended the
conceit. These concerts ore becom
ing more and more popular , and have
done much to cultivate a taste for a
high order of music. Tha unani-
tn. us expression of those who have
attended the examinations and public
exercises is that the past year has
been an unusually successful ono in
the thoroughness of the work done.
Th9 Wisconsin Floods.
Special Dispatch to Tux BKS.
MILWAUKEE , June 15 , 1 a m.
The Sentinel s AcontoVis. , . , special
sajs : The danugia by the-late flood
amount to § 150,000. The water is
f .lling and no more danger is appre
hended. The Sentinel's Chippewa
Falls special says : From Friday night
to Sunday the Chippewa river rose 24
feet , and the entire upper is cleared of
logs. Both b'iJges at Chippewa Falla
were swept away and als-j all on Dun
can creek , except one. The guard
locks of the datn wore swept away and
fears are entertained that it will cirry
off.tlie lower part of the city.
Boiler Explosion.
3p-jcl l lisi > atch to 'full liRI
MILWAUKEE , Juno 15 \ a. m.
r.io bailer of the Waldick & Wirtz
ris'illeryosploded , killing two men
xnd causing a loss of § 20,030.
ju .
Milwaukee tromice Mar-net | ,
MILWAUKEE , Juno 14. It
Wheat Weak ; opuied IJc higher 6' '
Hid closed strong ; hard , 1 10 ; No. tiii 6'ti
L Milwaukee , $1 04 : No. 2 Milwaukee , ii
JocJune ; , 93c ; July , 9Ccc ; August , iici iin
! ) c ; No. 3 Milwaukee , 801c ; No. 4 ci
\lilwaukue \ , 8'Jc ; rejected , GOc. 0 !
Coin Strong and in fair demand at
)5c.Oats )
Oats Firmer at 29jc.
llyo lliphar and scarce ; 7'J@80c.
Barley Quiet ; Ko. 2 fall , GOc.
at. liouls Produce.
ST. Louis , Juno 14. ni
Wheat Higher ; No 2 red , § 1 OGJ ®
. OGg for c sh ; 99j@i 00 for June ;
liKa'JO c for July ; 88 @ 88c for Au-
; os * .
Coru Higher ; 35c@35 for cash ;
! 4jic lor June.
Cits Lower at29Jc for cash ; 29 J@ st
:9c for June. 0
llyo Dull at 79c. ofdl
Barley Dull ; choice Minnesota at. dl
5c.
But'er- Steady ; dairy , 14@17c.
Si-
Eggi Quiet at 71@ c.
Whisky § 108.
Pork Quiet ; jobbing , § 10 75. niA
Dry Silt Meats Quiet tt $4 05 ®
til
40 , G 45@G G5.
Lord Held firmly at $ G 55.
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THOS. F.HALL , Postnifister. atraJ
f FOftEICN EVENTS.
Eemarkable Scene in the
English House of
Commons ,
Tha Cry of Caesarism Hurled
Bitterly at Gladstone
By Indignant Irish Members ,
Provoked by the Pre
mier's Action.
In Severely Taking to Task a
" Member for an Alleged
Insult'to France.
Tom Taylor , the Old Editor of
"Punch" Dying.
French Exiled Communist Not
to ba Let Back , That the
Republic May Live.
1XCIIINO SCENE IN PARLIAMENT.
Srecial Dispatches to The Bee.
LONDON , June 15 , 1 a. m. A re
markable and exciting scone occurred
in the bouse of commons la-t evening.
F. H. O'Donnell , member for Dou-
garvan , who had given notice of his
intention to c-k the government if
they were acquainted with the ante-
cedontsof the '
newly-appoin'edFrench
minister to the court of St. James , M.
LaCour , was about to put this ques
tion , when Gladstone , who wrs evi
dently in a * tte of high excitement ,
sprang to hia feet and moved that
O'Donnell should not be permitted to
ask hi-i question because
, by propos
ing it ho had outrageously attacked
the new French mbaesador. This
proposition threw the houao hit ) a
stite of excitement , end pn uncom
monly lively debate followed which is
still in progress. Ghdstone , it is be
lieved , fears that embarrassment it
likely to ensue from the question of
l/Donnell which may aoriuus'y ' iuter- f
rera with the commercial ntjgutivions I
ie is conducing with Franca , and t
lorhap * prevent him from carrying a
hrough his proposed budget. b
CONSERVATIVES AKE DELIGHTED Cl
v.th the row" and are doing a'l ' in Cla
heir power to lulp it a'oug. The ap-
lointment of LiCour is understood ti
o have been dictated by BI. Gam- tiai tiw
letta and reluctantly consented to by ai
he French cabinat. With Gambttta 0 ]
) 'Donnel ! h s an old quairol , tnd Tti
his probably hag something to do tiai
nth the askiug of the question. aiC
' ' aici
LIBERAL'S EXUUE'MENT.
ci
Glads'one'a motion caused a scone ciP1
P1
nexampled In the histo-y of the
i&
.ouso of commons. Lord Harting- i&ti
on severely rebuked 0 D nnell's iuao- tira
jnca and the conscivativea npparuit rahi
j-mpithy therewith. Mr. Forater in- hih
iiisuly excited tbo house bydiscnb- fr
ig O'Doniiel''s attack on t ! o French frof
litmtor na an outrage on the decon- ofI
ies of society. O'Loinoll ) : protcv < tad of I
; iinat Mr. Forter'a remarks. ofCl
Ultimstely the speaker ruled the ca
xpressions out of order , and Mr. th
'outer ' withdrew them. la
Lord Hartlngton and Forater's lawi
pecches family defended the pre-
jior'a right < -f interference in dabatj , EC
hich sentiment the Irish members ro
let repeatedly with tv
CRIES OF "CAE3AUISMT'
That is despotism ! " etc. A motion ro
y an Irish member to adjourn debate an
as defeated , although many of the m :
tries voted with the minority. thK
O'Donnel having accepted Gl d- K
oucs's suggestion , made early in the ot :
rening , to simply ak for the author cai
the informu'.ion , Gladstone with- toiMi
aw his motion. Mi
MORE BEVOLUTIONIZINQ. Ar
eclat Diauatdi to The lice.
LONDON , Juno 15 1 a. rn. Uu- It
era of n revolution in Buenos abi
yrcs have caused a decline iu Argen- 151
10 bonds at the stock exchange. ne
DRAMA'S LOSS. bu
octal Dispatch to The lice. bo
LONDON , June 15 1 a. m. Tom mi
lylor , the dramatist , is seriously ill. gel
J on
TEA TRADE DEl'REbSEI ) .
edil Diepatch to The Bee. '
Wil
CALCUTTA , June 15 1 a. m. The tel
a trade is much depressed , and it is erd
liovod thttt a crisis is at hand which tilt
11 result disistrously for planters. uai
SIIOOTINO MATCH. Uk
Dcial dispatch to The Bee. pin
EUINBUEG , June 15 1 a. m. At anc
e international rifle shooting match
sterday England wcs victorious ,
iking a total rf , 1733 , Scotland 1700
d Ireland 1591.
The Scotch team marked ono point
er England at 2C3 yards , but Eng-
id gained 1C points at 500 yards ,
d at COO yards further incr > .r.3ed
31 r lead 14 points. Ireland was
pelcrsly in the rear throughout.
OUR CRACK SHOTS.
cl\l DUpatcb to The Bee.
[ JDEENSTOWX , Juno 15 1 a. m.
John Arngtt magnificently enter-
ned the American rifli team yes-
day , a very distinguished company
ng present Consul Brooks re-
inded to the toft , "The president
the Tjiitoi States , " and was en-
isia'tically received. The team
1 leave for Dublin to-day.
biei
Jal DUpatch to Toi Bn. and
LONDON , June 15 1 a. m. The int
ails have been received by way of to !
> Janeiro concerning the latest his
jes of the war between Pern and pris
ili , confirming .the capture -of hou
lea by the Chilians and add that gate
garrison were all made prisoners rett
nediately after tha successful as- it B !
It. The Peruvian corvette "Man- had
apac" wai sunk in the recent en- the
crcent. He
LET US HAVE PEACE.
gaze
'ARIS , Juno 15. 1 a. m. M. Lson glat
presided in. the senate yesterday , lion
bis inaugural speech M. Say urged thrc
importance of unity. agoi
FRANCE'S REPUBLICANISM. victi
lal Dlp&lch to Tbe Bee. litei
'ARIS , June 15,1 a. m. The am-
ty which was semi officially an- Sped
need some days ago , was to be SpedTl
ited to exiled cummuirsts to tike won
: t on the Lfth uf July , is now
lidered less probable on account of
defeat of 3L Blanqui ia.the Lyons ters
tersFJ
tion. This election has demon * FJ
ted that even in a hqt-bed of rad-
'
* ' l K . ' t " * '
icalism like that , the ccnsnrvative in-
8'ini.t ] of pe'iple are stronger than wxo
supposed. The wiser lra < lers of thrf
republican paity ro very unwilling
to du anything which could loud to
check or chill the growing belief that
life and property arc us safe under the
republic as they were under the em-
p'ro.
WONDERFUL. LAKES.
POOLS OF SILOAM IN WASHINGTON
TERRITORY , WHOSE WATERS "LNPAt-
LII5LY CURE RHEUMATISM.
Portland Oicgoniai.
About two miles west of Silver
Lake an I sixteen miles southwest of
Spnkan Fdlh , are two lakes , the heal
ing powers of whoso waters will be
hailed with joy by certain classes of
invalids , and which will materially
cut down tin fees of physicians 111
that neighborhood. They are known
as the medical lakes. ' They are sur
rounded by decomposed granite , the
feldspar and mica remaining intact ,
and the hornblende * and silas being
dissolved. The waters are a sure cure
for rheumatiim and kindred diseases.
This statement sounds very much like
the opening sentence of a patent
medic'ne advertisement , but facts jus
tify the statement , and experience , so
far , has proved that It it is true. The
cure of Mr. Andrew Lafe re , who
was the first to discover the wafer's
merits , Is almost miraculous. He bad
had inflammatory rheumatism in his
right arm for years. It was bent at
right angles and had become stiff
The elbow joint was swollen to three
tinvB its normal siz. . Consequent
imperfect circulation had caused pir-
tial paralysis , the fingers had become
stiff , the arm had wasted away and
was worse thn useless. He had not
iieard of thn now famous qualities of
; he water. He ownoi a ranch near
, he lake , and , parsing by the shores
) no evening , bathed the arm to
noiaten the skin , which was dry and
ihrivelled. The next morning he was
ibla to move his finger-joints slightly.
ie comraenc d bathing twice a day ,
uch time observing an improvement ,
nd at the end of three weeks was en-
irely curci. That was about two
ear * ago. Circulation was restored ,
ho arm recovered its strength and
ize , &ni Mr. Lefovre now does a >
lay's chopping and ploughing without
he Irait pain or inconvenience.
This story was t ild me by Mr. Le-
aviv , and is true in every particular ,
la'f ' a hundred other cures within
wo years , none , hiwever , so remark-
bid asihe one just msutioned , only
ecauso the cases were not so bad ,
jnfirm the claim that the waters are
aure remedy for rheumatism.
One lake Is a mile and tbrte quar-
irs long and three-quarters of a mile
ide , the other a trifle smaller. They
: o situate about a m < le apart. For h
rdiuary bathing they are delightful , 7 :
ho water invigorates and refreshes fcfc
ie whole system , and leaves the ekm fcA
i sof and oily as the finest kid. fcG
hsppod skin and slight abrasions are G ;
ired with one ablution. For shain-
) oing , the water makes the fineit a '
ther , and cleanses the scalp so artu- 3'
that barber's bottled - 3 :
sully a propa-
tion would ba put to shame to be- 3 :
) ld the operation. And it leaves the J.A .
dr instead of "like the quills of the A
etful , " etc. , as though tne loist bit
finest nut oil had been thoroughly sh
plied. The lakei will ruin the sale ca ,
soap in the entire neighborhood. clt
and tar-soaked fo
jthes , grawe-stained -
u be cleaned with slight rubbing in
o water. A laundry , with a Port-
iid bill of price ? , ai.d no opposition ,
niU be bolter thau a gold mine. SIJt
A town called AleJical Lake , about Jt
rci : miles from the line of the rai- !
ad , has buon started , and already
tuty houses have baen built this A )
ring. A hotel containing thirty
ems is receiving finishing touches ,
d will bo opened soon by a gentle-
in from Michigan. A bath-house at Bt (
a edge of the lake about 300 yards 92
mi the hotel has been built , and @
sura will be erected as soon as the foii
puntora busy on new houses in the i
itn can find time. I predict that 30
; dical Lake will ba to the Pacific f ,
irthwest what the Hot Springs of' ' fet
kausia are to the Mississippi valley.
Betwoan the two medical Jakes is a
[ go of magnificent pura granite , 1
Dut forty acres in all , and probably for
) feet deep. It can easily bo quar- ]
Ju
d and will make the finest kind of
ilding atone. In the same neigh-
rhood there are numerous ledges of
ca tchiat , or gneiss , which can bo
; ten out in thickness varying from
2-half an inch to twelve inches.
0 stone is not affected by heat , and
1 make handsome and durable man- me
3 and hearths. There are also sev- va !
1 ledgci of sand slate , excellent for
IB. It looks very much like ordi-
y elate , but is full of grit. The
ta are surrounded by magnificent me
o forests , clear of undergrowth , chc con
I most delightful places for picnics. _ .
- 1 *
A Horrible Story , S3
ilon Cor. N. Y.Uerald. 39
jondou , after a long rest from hors - ers
s , is startled by another horror
.ilsr to the Eusiou Square mya- fini
f. The body of a woman has been S3
nd in a cellar in Uarley street and 45i
police are not yet in po esaion of 1
clue. The horrid atory of the Lot
ik , however , comes from Madge- and
g. A little girl wandered into a ICC
ying ground , which is under the
rge of the chief sexton , and
eked a flower from one of the
res , unconscious of any offence ,
i sexton caught her in the act and 459
srmined to inflict a punishment SI 3
ch would effectually deter her 2dc
n despoiling any more of his mix
768. So ho dragged the terror- C
cken child away to the dead-house , bus :
rhlch four corpses were lying on 49 < §
f , thrust her in , locked the door 0 >
went away. It was already late CF ;
he day , and the sexton , according wet :
is ! own account , having finished EP
work , forgot all about the tiny P
oner incarcerated in the charncl © 11
se , and made fast the cemetery 11C
is for the night. Next morning , C
irning to work at the usual hour , long
iddenly occurred to him that he L
omitted to let the child out of old ,
dead-house before going. home. b
bci
hastened to unclose the door , ci
n a shocking spectacle met his
i. Crouched in a corner , with
sy eyes fixed in a death-stare of
ur , and blood-stained lips , bitten
iugh and through in convulsive H
ly , was a fifth corpse , that of his
im. The hapless child has been mor <
4 o ;
ally frightened to death.
Base Ball. G
al Dispatch to The Bee. Boot
ie following games of base ball
i played June 14th : to p
OSTON Bostons 5 , Bufialos 0. 4 0
ORCESTEROlevelands 7 Worces-
ORCESTER- , - gras
1. 220 (
1-Proyi- SI
choi
DOMESTIC DOINGS ,
Senator Kernan Starts on a Mis
sion of Peace and Good Will
to Horatio.
A General Demand for Sey
mour to Lead the Bourbons
bens Over the Stix.
Seymour.
Special Dispatch to tl'O lice.
WASIIINOTOIT , Juno 14 , 4 p. ni.
Senator Kernaii ha ? gonu to Now
York lo consult with ex-Governor
Seymour in relation to the nomination
tbe made ai ; Cincinnati , and will re
turn with his report Tueaday. Since
the Chicago nomination the democrats
aeo the necoasity of nominating their
best man and an almost universal de
mand has sorting up among democrats
here for Seymour. Contradictory
statements touching Seymour's feel
ings in the matter have caused the democrats
mocrats in congress considerable an
noyanca , audKernau has just gone to
New York with a view of getting
from Seymour an authoritative state"
msnt.aa to whether he would accept
the democratic nomination. If lie de
cides in the affirmative tbe indications
are he- will be nominated without
serious opposition.
Thirty Tlctlms.
Special Dispatch to Tbe Bee
NEW YORK , June 14 , 4 p. m. The
fribune prints a list of about thirty '
pereons lost on the Narragansett , all
> f whom" belonged in the east or mid-
lie states.
NO RECORD OF THE DEAD ,
ipedal Dispatch to The Bee.
NEW YORK , Juno 15. 1 s. m.
? he treasurer of the Stonington hero
* ys that unless the Narragansott's
as3enger list is founJ there cculd ba
10 accurate list of the lost.
NO FIRE DRILL HEARD OP.
'
A deck band siys thatjtho crow
rtra never drl'ei : in the use of Jife
oat < , and he hid never hea'd of a fire
rill since ho was on the Narragansett
MA RKETSBIHL'K
Cblcago Produce.
CHICAGO , Juno 14. m
Wheat Fairly active , unsettled and m
' No. 2 closed at
'gher ; , 93J@932c , ol
3jc for cash ; 93S94c , closed at 94c olst
ir June ; 92g < s9-ic , closed at 93c bid stai
ir Juiy ; 87@S7jc , cLsed Et 87 o for aiD
ugust ; No. 3 , 85@8Gc ; rajected , D
5@70c ; No. 2 red winter , § 1 02. Jj
Corn Moderately active , stronger Jjya
id higher ; jSo. 2 and high mixed ,
) S35c , closed at 35s85c ( for c.ish ;
5 < s35s , closed at 35e bid for June ;
> 33ic ( , closed at oG@3G c bid for
Hy ; 3G@3GJc , closed at SG c bid for
ugust ; rejected , 33c. Sp.
Oata Moderately active and a
iido firmer ; No. 2 , 29@29c for lal
sh ; 29l@29ic for June ; 23528Jc , im
osed at 28c bid for July ; 23Ae23c be i
r August. is
Eye No. 2 , in store , 77c. isTi
Barley -No. 2 , 72c. is
Pork Quiet and a shade higher ;
0 40 f. r cish ; ? 10 37i@10 40 for
ily ; S10 47i@10 50 fur August. dri
Lird Quiet ; § G GO for cash ; 600 foi
1 62k for July ; § G G5SG G7i for lin ,
jguat ; SG 70 for September. lin
Whieky § 1 08. Th .
CLOSING PRICES. shi
Wheat Moderotoly active cud ar
jady ; No. 2 red , seller June , 93 ® tec
j ; spring , 949Ggc ; do July , 93 tht
I4c ; August , 87i@87 c ; 83j@83gc gra
: the year. bol
Corn Quiet ; Sojjcfor June ; 35 ® bo
a for July ; 3G3gJc for August. shi
Oats 2929 c for June ; 28J28 ] In
July. sol
Pork Firmer ; § 10 421 ® 10 45 for
ly ; § 10 59@10 52i fur August ; opi
709 77 * for tbo year ; and S10 75
January.
Lard § G G2J@G G5 for June ; do for AT
ly.Bulk
Bulk Meats Short ribs , SG 35 ®
7i for July ; SG 37JG 40 August. a
Bai
CnicaKO Live Stocn MarKet nov
CUICAGO , Juno 14. the
Hogs Receipts , 21,000 head ; shtp-
nts , 5,300 ; trade fairly active and tof
uen strong ; common to good mixed , ties
004 25 ; choice heavy , S4 20435 ; liric :
lit , S440445. for
Jattle Receiptp , G300 head ; ship-
nts , 2700 ; trade alow and lOc lower ;
amen to good shipping , S12u@4 GO ;
lice , S4 805 00 ; distillery fed ,
454 7o ; corn fed western cattle , IV
904 GO ; butchers etock2 GO ®
0 ; grass Texans , S300@3 55 ; stock-
and feeder * , S3 203 80.
Jheep Receipts , 500 head ; market JJ
i and unchanged ; common to fair , JJTl
50@3 85 ; good to choice , S * 20 ® llaclCa
0. CaEr
0.he ? Drovers' Journal cable from mad Er *
idon to-day reports cattle steady
[ unchanged ; best American ateera ws
J17c , dressed. s
New York Produce. Pli
NEW YORK , June 14. i
Vhoit In fair demand ; receipts ,
,000 bushels ; ungraded spring ,
; No. 3 spring , 1 09@1 12 ; JSo.
) , § 1 10 ; No. 2 red , § 1 2G1 27J ;
ed winter , SI 23.
orn Weak ; receipts , 334,000
hols ; ungraded , 4952c ; No. 3 , FIi :
Airy
ats Weak ; receipts , 64,000 bush- attcn treat
mix.ed western , 3G@40c ; white
tern , 40@45c.
g s lirm at 12@13Jc. a5-t :
ork Stronger ; new mess'tSH 45
50. MFr
eef Dull.
ut Moats Quiet and nominal ;
; clear middles quoted at S7 00. Fr
ard Demand active ; prime steam , on . ha .
§ 7 05 ; new , $7 007 50. on.
utter Demand firm at ll21c. !
tierse Dull and weak at 'J(50c. (
rJiisky Nominal at SI 13@1 15. F
St. .Louis Live Stock.
ST. Louis , June 14. Tht
large
ogs Belter ; Yorkers and Balti atten
90@400 packing , S3 90 11-1 ;
cs , S3 @ ; ®
5 ; heavy shipping , $ i 054 15 ;
; h , § 3 GU@3 90.
ittle Supply fair and demand GDI
1 ; prices steady ; prime to choice
ry shippingste'ers , § 4 504 70 ; fair 11 AS-
; oed , § 4 20@4 40 ; light , S3 70 ®
133 T
0 ; butchers' stuff , S2 753 50 ;
s Texans , S2 50@3 25. Receipts , mtdii Off ,
) head. specii
leep Scarce and wanted ; fair to be ci
ce S34. Receipts , 250. or parts tel
ADDITIONAL LOCAL.
Commissioners Proceedings.
SATURDAY , June 12.
Board met pursuant to adjourn *
ment.
"Present Commissioners Knight ,
Drexel and Corliss.
The following communication was
received :
To the honorable boird of county commissioners
of DougUg county , Nsl > . :
The undersigned having placed mio !
posts on all the principal roads leading
out of Ormiha for a dia'aneo of ten to
twenty miles would respectfully present -
sent aaid potts to Douglas county.
\V. B. LOKING & Co. ,
S P. MOI-.SK & Co.
The following was adopted :
fiesuhcil , Thai the county commis
sioners do hereby accept the mile
posts doua'ed to Doughs county by
W. B. Loring & Co. and S. P. Morse
& Co. , and considering them a public
benefit do hereby instruct all road su
pervisors to proiect said posts from
fire and report any wilful destruction
of the same.
The bill of H. Jccobson foraervices
on arresting Thos. Dona van and Frank
Brown was disallowed.
A petition was presented signed by
Frank J. Ramge , E. B. Chandler , AV.
A. Paxton and others asking that the
question of voting bonds for tbo pur
pose of building a county court house
bo submitted to the people of Douglas
county at aa early date.
The clerk was directed to publish a
notice in THE OMAHA DAILV BEE , Re
publican and Herald that the Equaliza
tion board of county commissioners
wouldaitasaboardofequalizationatthc
affiio of the county clerk for ten _ euc-
: es3ive days commencing Monday ,
lune 21,1880.
The following accounts were allowed
'rom the general fund.
Lewis Thomas , on account services
as assessor S 50 00
) scar Brown , on account grading. 10 00
) aniel Clifton , on account stone
contract -15 00
L.nd. Dauble , on account work on
road -I. . CO
A. Jensen , on account gradin-f. 100 00
L H Pickard work . ail - '
, , on r. -20 20
! eo. H. Guy , sheriff , taking in
sane person to asylum -10 SO
Irenewald & Schrjeder , goods for
poor farm 2 00
. JI. Sanford , work on road 8 CO
'red. Drexel , cash expended 37/5
Cenry Pimdt , groceries for poor . 4 ? 5
eimlorff&Mnussbread " " . . 100
- BurmeLter , sprinkler 1 CO
Adjourned to the 19th inst.
Jonx MANCHESTER ,
County Clerk.
At 3 o'clock p. m. proposals for
uildinirtwo combination bridges , one
ear Elkhorn station and the other
sarMillard , and for about 4000 feet
f grading at west end of Farnhim ClCl
root were opened and contracts Clhi
warded as follows : tli
tlin
Thw two bridges to Win. Von n <
ti
ohreres at § 590 and the grading to
won L. Lamb at 7.J cents per cubic
ird.
Adjourned till the 19th insr.
JOHN It. MANCHESTER ,
County Clerk.
Loss t > y Sound Disaster.
ecl&l Dicwtci ! t" thi.Boe Si
Sien
NEW YORK , Juno 14 , 1 a. m. The Im en
Lest estimate of the dead and niiss- TV
tjby the sound disaster , as far as can
given with the infonnation'at hand an
supoosed to ba : lost 33 , missing 17. fin on '
ie number known to have been saved csl
3GG.
Wo offer a hrsr-claaa wtiito laun-
icd shirt , with an improved rein-
ced front , made of Wamsntta muo-
. 3-ply bosom r.nd cud's , of 2200 OC
icn , at the reduced price of § 1.50.
.e workmanship , tit and style of our ha. .
irts .arc pUced in competition with C1I CVI
d shirt sold in Omaha. Wo guaran- poi
i eutiro satisfaction , or will refund liii'
Id
j money. Wo make to order every
ido of shirts and underwear , give
: tor goods for less money than can
got elsewhere. Our fancy imported
rtings are of the choicest patterns ,
underwear wo cannot be nndor-
d.
d.3maha
3maha Shirt Factory , 252Farnham ,
Grand Central Hotel.
TENTIOfl , BUILDERS AND COM , _ . .
!
TRACTORS.
"ho o\vner jf the celebrated Kaolin
iks , near LOUISVILLE , NEB. , has
r ready at the depot at Louisville , on
B. & M. railroad ,
ill any _ order at reasonable prices. Par- etxd
desiring a white front or ornamental lieu ;
tinis
i
k will do well to gi ve us a call or send
sample. disc :
J. T. A. HOOVJBK , Prop. , hcall how
tppc
tell
in'S
lachine Works , RKQITli
the !
Ku
Bill !
F. Hammond , Prop. & Manager prts Bun ;
BunTh
Th
ie mo > t thorough appointed and conplcto
lilne Shops and Toundry in the state. not I
stln 3 ol every description manufactured. any i
s. Pumps and every claaa u macliincrj
a t < > orticr.
Special attention ijlven to cent ;
sll AiinirsPalIcys { , Hangers , whlc
haf tine : , Bridge Irons , Gecr conn
I
ttel
uisfornew JIachlncry.MeacharJcal Draught- Tn
Models , etc. , neatly executed. bitt
Harnev St. . B t. 14 * anrt IfitU Back
tism ;
ate-
JPTON HOUSE , done cd Mem to
pear :
Sclmylcr , Ncl > . tenn Sot
thcd
at class House , Good Vfcals , Good Beds larjci
Room ? , and bind and accommodating of tin
ment. Tw i good samp'e rooms. Spccia BUtTei
ition ] > aid to commercial travelers.
S. MLLLEE , Prop. ,
Heb. 1625
| Schnyler , . Philai
"W
EAT MARKET Throl know
, world
V. P. Block. 10th St , remei
sh au 1 Sail MeaM o all kinds constant none
lie ! I
.nd , prices reasomblc. Vegetables In PCS cured :
t'ooil deliveied to of the .
i ny part city. Jlacoi
WM AUST.
US ( Wl N-rthlfttbSt
RONTIER HOTEL
, Price.
Laramie , Wyoming.
> miner's resort , good accommodation ! ,
sample room , charges reasonable , fcpedal
tion given to traveling men. OV5
f U. C. HILLIUID , Proprietor.
DR. A. S. PEXDERY , DBG '
NSULTING PHYSICIAN Wrl
, b4w
PE1UIANKNTLT LOCATED HIS MEDICAL -
ICAL OFFICE ,
cnth Street , - OUAHA , SEBRASKA ,
; ring hit services In all departments of
: ino and eurgery , both in general and SUJ
il practice , acute and chronic diseases Can
onsulted night snd day , and will visit all PA1
ol the city and county on receipt of letters
je9-tl
? > J
UCTION ! 'AUCTION ' ! AUCTION !
We Wil ! Offer at
TfTJBLIO
The Stock of
IPPLE&CO.J
At Their Store , Cor. 15th and Douglas Sts.
A THE STOCK CONSISTS OF
DSAfvlONDS , GOLD i SILVER WATCHES ,
COLD AND PLATED JEWELRY , SOLID SILVER
AMD SILVER-PLATEO WARE , ETG.
Which will be offered in Lots to Suit Purchasers , and Sold without LIMIT or RESERVE , to
the Highest Bidder until sufficient money is raised to meet pressing emergeuiss. . The ale will com
mence TUESDAY EVENING and Continue from Day to Day until further no'ice Ladies especially
Invited. The Quality of Every Article will be Warranted by Wlruple & Co. as represented by the
Auctions 6i *
'
J. It. FRENCH , Salesman. J. KttXXEE ! . AuctmnoiT.
I REMARKABLE LETTER FROM A
CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN.
Bryan , Texas , June II , 1879 ,
J. C. Richardson , St. Ionia Dear Sir :
ly boy , 3 years ol l , lia l fever every
ther < my , or every third day , for about
montlm. I ugfld n * much na'A grains
f Quinine during Hie clny , but witli no
ITcct ; triml Cinclionia ( alkaloid ) Sulpli.
linchonidin , Salacincetc. . , etc. , but the
oyjjotworso all thutimo. I reluctantly
euc down to my < lrap store for your
'ebrifiigtsandl ivrke Juxttosaytltuthe
over had ; i yiiiptoni of fever after com-
lenoin Febrifugo. to date , beinKDovr
vornmonth ngo. I feel flint louKht to
lythfa much in behalf of your medicine ,
m n rcKuIar 1. ! > . , but retired from
racMce 3 yearn nco and devotins my
jno to ilruz bu Ine8.
Very respectfully ,
J. W. HOWEIX.
IT 18 THE BEST.
Stociton , yio. , Aug. S5th , 1870.
T. O. RtchardKon , St. r.onls Dear Sir :
UITonTa Febrifuge Is the belt Uilnp for
liilla nnd fever that TVO have ever
xndlcd. There never hax been ft case
tut was NOT curetl by it Mint TT/IH taken
; oordinK to directions In this part ol
to country. Yours truly ,
31IACB &
FROM
A PROMINENT DRUG FIRM.
ChilUcotho , Mo. , JnJy 30.U870.
I. O. KIchardjpnti . _ Ioulsj-My _ Dear
suits. Your friend * ,
Boyco Ostrnndcr.
rills Is to certify that I had the Fever
td Ai ue this Bummer and the ii e of
c-thirilof n bottle of ClUTord'a F brio -
? o promptly cured it. It la the speedl *
: cure 1 have known of.
of.GEO.
GEO. SAILOR.
HE STILL LIVES !
Ice of TT. S. Novelty Mfff. Co. ,
New York City , August S , 1878.
Fy Dear Sir : For over two ycnrilhavo
if Fever nnd AKIN' , nnd nfter trying
> ry thing 1 took one-half bottle of
ITord'H Febrifiiir" . nnd it cured mo
mnnently. Ibellnvo my case would
rn been fatal had I not found this os
id. Yours truly ,
IT. w. poor.
Manager "U.S. ST.alfgCo. "
GENERAL AGENTS :
3HARDSOH &CO. , - 8t.LoufS.
'OR SALE EVERYWHERE.
;
Ask the recov-
d vs peptics , bil- :
isuHcrcrs , vic-
ot fever anil
! , the mercurial
iscd patient ,
they recovered
th , clieurful
U and good
lite ; they will
you liy Uk-
IMUOTO' LIVXR
ULATOK.
ie Cheapest , Purest and Beat Family M dl-
In the World.
rDYdPKrSIA. CONSTIPATION , Jaundice
mis Attacks. SICK HEADACIIK , Colic. De
lion of f-'pirits , SOUK STOMACII , Heart
i , Ktc. . Etc.
'a ' unrivalled Southern Remedy Is warranted
o contain a einglo particle of MXRCCRT , or
Injurious mineral substance , but ia
Purely Vegetable.
lining those Southern Roots and Herbs , !
Ii an all-wise Providence has placed in
tries where Liver Disease mout prevail. It It ;
: ue all Diseases caiucd by Derangement of
C
Jver and liowols. CC <
B Sf.MPTOllS of Wier Complaint arc a C <
r or bad taste in the mouth ; Pain in the
, Sidcs or Jointo'tcii mistaken forltheuma-
Sour Stomach ; Lo > s of Appetite ; Bowtis
nately coeti > e and lax ; Headache ; Legs of
ory , with a painful sensation of having fail-
do something which ou 'ht to have been
Debility , Low Spirits , a thick jellow ap-
mcc of the skin and Eyes , a dry Cough of-
lietaken fur Consumption ,
netlmca many of thete symptoms attend
iscase , at others very fewiut ; ! the Liver , the
st organ in the body , i ) generally tbe seat
: dis ia > ! C , and if not regcUted in timcgfeat
in ' , wretchedness and death will ensue ,
in re-ommend as an etflcacious remedy for
K ) of the Liver , Heartburn and Dyspepsia ,
ions' Liv-r Regulator. Lewis O.Vunder ,
Master Street , Astietant Post Master ,
ilclph'a. '
c have tested its virtues , tersonally , and
that for Dyspepsia , Cilliousneas. and
> bing Heailacbe , it is the best medicine the
ever faw. We have tried forty other
lies before Mmmons" Liver Regilator , bat
of them eava tin more than temporary re
but the Regulator not only relieved , bat
us. " Editor TclJgnph and Messenger , j
i , Co.
MASCFACTTRXO OSLT BT
J. H. ZEIUN & CO. .
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
11.00 Sold by all DmggUte.
seDt4oo < lawIy Ha ;
rena
na
THE CELEBRATED nam
il Steel Tooth Harrow
Manufactured by
'ROOT t GKDD1SQS , Fan du Lac , Wit.
F. D. COOPER ,
te for pzlcef , Agent , Omaha , Neb.
BUSINESS tf !
7J (
ITS for $20,00 2:00
5,00
jr. c.
EDHOLWholesale
Wholesale and Eetail
MANUFACTURING
ATO PRACTICAL WATGET-MASBBS.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Goods sent to any part of the United States on
solicitatioo. largest assortment oi
SILVERWARE , CLOCKS & SPECTACLES ,
And ever/thinpr fouud generally in a first-
class Jewelry Store.
BEST SELECTED ST8GK IN TKF CITY !
.Jewelry niMmracturiMl on short uulito. Orders from
the , oumry so'JrKcil. 11 heuiii Onmlm ! * all ami tee us. Ko *
trouble to s how Goods ,
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
The Jewelers , ttppositefhcl'dstoflicc , I5li ( & Dodge.
e
- - < < iy vvy cx sy y QV9
A WORD TO TFiOSE \ * Ho USE POROUS PLASTKhS. .
It Ie .t tmire-ially arttwledged fact
' that
BENSOH'S CAPGIHE POROU3 PLASTERS ARE SUPERIOR TO ALl OTHERS.
The great demand for them has caused a number of
lous parties to moke and eoll worthless imitations unscrupu
unaer similar
sounding names. Aa the market is flooded with inferior
ters selling at any pries it is important for the plas
'
know'ft'hich is the . consumer to
best. It is well known that
some of the
3heap plasters have
been examined and found
10 contain in
jurious ingredients which make
them
dangerous to
paralysis and other diseases. use , causing
SEA UKY & .1 Olta'SON. Flinrnincruticnl < : iicmist , Xew York ,
I KI E 5 TS.
CATJTION Sec tbat tlie word CAPCINE on rach p..iitcr 'a corrrctly spelled.
INTER - OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
FIrst-cl B , Fine l.irje Simple Koonu , one
ilock from depot. Trains stop from 20 min'itcs
o 2 hours fur dinner. Free Bus to and from
Icpot. Kates $2.00. 52.50 and $3.00 , according
a room ; s'nglo meal 75 cents.
A. 1 > . BALCOlf , Proprietor.
ANDREW IORDKN , Cnief Clerk. mlO-t
illlAXI ) CELEBRATION.
Our National Holidiy wUI be celebrated on
tonday , July Mil. IbSO , by a pic-nir , to ] > o held
t Satllnff'H Grove. ! j Sarpy County , under tin ?
uspii-cscl the Catho'ic ' citizens of lapilHoii. Ar-
in fnicntH I ave been made with the U. P. It.
. Company to mil an excursion train frumOma-
ate the Orotc. Sefentj-flvu ctntt willie \
barbed for the round trip : children half f.i-e.
Tlie tiaiunill Ica\o Oaaliaat nine o'clock a
i. , and return at ssven ] > . at. , and I'ajiilaon at
ii a. m , rutuinint , ' at six p. ni.
Ko < t nice" , e.iik races , and other amusements
id jfJincs will take p atu , wlii'o the heat cf err -
: r will bo preserved throughout the day. l-ar-
es ilcKirin to rent stand * will confer mtli the
immlttee , J D'ArCy and M. Tex , at PaplUicn.
lie committees will leave nothing unUoiii ; to
akc i' p'easant for .
thr.gv attPiidiii/ . Pro ramnie
exercises will be published hereafter.
4. 11. DU.NV ,
F.KUM I.riBL'KR ,
U. I.AM11HJV.
Kxcciithu Oniiliiitlec.
STIMATE OF ANNUAL EXPENSES OF
DQUCLAS CO..FOR THE YEAR 1880.
ourt's , Jurors' anil Court ex
penses , S L'O.OOO
oor and I'oorJIiNiio anil fuel for
jtame 16,000
lil and .Tailorx , boanl for prison-
ennnilfncl l..OOO
i ccllaneoiis e.xiensc"St-itionery )
Bj > ecial City Tax an < l Gas 10,000
ailroail Ucnil Sinking Funil -11,000
junty Uoad anil Uriilses K',000
junty Oflice , Office Kent , Elec
tions and Assessor * C,000
Total Sl'iS.OOO
Dy Order of County Commi ionem.
JOHX II. ! S A C11E8TIR ,
County Clerk.
[ 5y II. T. LEATITT , Deputy.
ml2-4w
. .
l just received a lot of S ri g gooda. You
invited to call and get prices , which he
ran tees the lowest in the city
If * _ 1220 FARNIfAU STREET.
NEW TIME TABLE
or TUB
J5AIIA AND FORT OMAHA
MNIBUS LINE.
L AVM OM1HA. LIAVESIT.OXJUrA. i .
) o'clock A. K. 10:00 : o'clock A.M. '
I o'clock ' p. v. 4 )0 ) o'clock . r.M. I
o'clock . r. u. 7OJ o'clock . r.M.
SUNDAYS EVERY TWO HOUES.
irq f i 2 > 25 Cent ? .
LATEST TELEGRAMS
Are Not Half as Interest
ing to the General Kead- *
er as the Following Price j
List
:
I
10 Ibs u ! A sow for. fl 00 '
10 } Ibs extra U sugar for. . 1 80
11 Ibs Canary O. Sugar for 1 00 j !
9 lb Granulated Snxar for 1 09
8 } Ibs Cut Loaf Suearf. r 1 M >
6 Ibs goml Kio Coffee for , . . . . 1 00
6 llm heat Kio Coffee for 1 00
4 Ibs choice Java Coffee for. . . . 1 00
3J Ibs l ! t Jlocha Coffee for 1 M
YOUDR IIjBon Tea per Ib , 30 to. . . . „ „ . . . . 40
Oolong Tea per Ib , 3to 49
Japan Tea perlb , 30 to. . . . . to
Finest ( .unpovrilerTci perlb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Best O K Flour pcrsack. . . _ _ . . 3 25
hnow If FlaLe ! . . winter wheat flour. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5
iidvun Mcaiuour . . _ . . , . 4 60
20 liarx Wliite ' . I
I'.iwianSoJp for 1 00
' {
.Ohard Climax H p fur 100
'Jl Ijars Launilry Snap for 1 00 ' J
IS bars Linen Soap for 1 00
Pure Maple J-j ruj > per | t Hon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 IS J i
Golden ojrrnp per gallon 60
New Orleans Syrup per gallon 70 j
New Ontjua Hulassea i
per gallon 45
Su.-or Ilcnwo Jiolajses per gallon 40 ,
1 * lin St. Lunw cotla Uracken for 1 00
17 Iba St. Loub Oyster Crackers for. 00
lllbs Hofton liuttcrCrackers for 00
11 IhiUinxur Sna | j for CO J
l.t llm iVow CurranU for. . . . . . . . . . . . . 00
HllwXcw r.Uikberrles for 00
4 iln I'ittcU Cherries for 00
10 lin Dri'.il I'cachcx ( Tialves ) for. . . . 00
10 H Clioico lrictl Apples for 00
10 llw bent new Prunes for , 00
10 Ib ) , I > c8t Valencia Raisins 00
7 ll ) new Lijcr . l 00
Peaches. 2 In cans . . 19
Peaches , 3 Ib cans ( standard ) . . . . . 22 }
Pic Pea hes , fl Ibcana . IS
Pcathcs ( Cal)3 Ibcans . 30
UlacklKmc * . 2 Ib can . , . 15
Apples , ( York State ) xol can . U
Blueberries 3 Ib ( an . It
Cherries 2 Ib can
.
UJ
IUm < m Plunm2lb cans . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Raspberries t Ib can . . . . . . . . IS
Strawberries , 2 Ibcan . . . _ . 20
Siring li ans,21b cans. . , . . . . . . 12J
Hiked Beans , 3 Ib can . 20
Lima Bejru , 2 Ib cans
. 12 }
Sugarcorn , 2 Ib can . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12V
Yarmouth core , pet can. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 }
Tomatven 3 Ib
, can . IS
Succotash , 2 Ibcan
. 12
Pumpkins , 3 Ibcan . . 20 }
21
Ibs beans
. 1 00
9 Ibvlried Lima
beans
. 1 00
! 5 Ibs
hominy
. 1 00
11 Ibs Caroliiu'rico
. 1 CO
25 Ibs cat meal
. 1 00
Fat family mackerel , perkit . 60
Fat family white Ssh. per kit. . 90
Codflsh , whole , per Ib . 8
[ Vxlfisb , boneless , perlb. . . . . . 19
Uallibut , perlb . . . . W *
Holland herring ( new ) per keg. . . . . * . . . . . . 1 25
Fobaeco ( Block well's Durham ) per Ib . . 60
Fobacco ( Silver Seal progperlb ) . 69
robaccoJOId Style ) perlb . J *
robacco ( Jleerscfcaom ) perlb. . . . . . . . . "
Hams , sugar-cured , perlb . . . . JJ
E'gs , 11 doz for . 1 00
iiut r , fresh roll , perib. .
Complete price liata furnished onappUt tl
Country orders will receive prompt nd c r
ittei.tlon. Positively no goods ula on credit.
J ; B. FRENCH & CO. ,
Flic Original Sellable Grocers ,
No. 1119 Farnham Street ,
OMAEA , NEB.
JNO. G. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of OUh * Jcot )
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