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VOLUME X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA ; . IEEro . M0BMlf . . , rJMi g0..a881. A , ' . NUMBER S72i""i :
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& Donnas Sts ,
OMAHA , NEB.
KESIDEKCE LOTS ,
HOUSES AND LOTS.
LOTS.tZ7S to 18,000 each.
BUSINESS LOTS ,
500 9SOO to 10.000 each.
ACRES IN DOUQLAB COUNTY.
VvAJf\ J.CRES D ? SAKPY OOCNTT
. LASQE AMOUNT OF
SaMan Property ,
DJ ONE , TEN , TWENTY OR FORTY-ACRE
WITHIN ONE TO FIVE
MILES FROM POSTOFFICE.
$250,000 . * > _ - - . TO LOAN
a Per Cent
NEW : MAPS OF OMAHA ,
PUBLISHID BY THIS 'AGENCY ,
25c each ; Mounted , $1.
Houses , Stores , Hotels ,
Farms , Lots , Lands ,
Offices , Rooms ,
etc. , etc. ,
TO RENT OR LEASE.
Taxes Paid , Bants Collected ,
. Deeds-jMortgages , and all
' 'KindB' of Keal Estate'
Out at Short
This agency does strictly a
Brokerage business. Does not
speculate , and therefore any
bargains on its books are in-
BUred < to its .patron * instead o :
being gobbled up by the agent.
Notary - . ' ' Public Always
W -IW *
AND GET CIBCCLAKS and FCU
ft v. , -
lint JLKD DOUQLAB SIS. ,
TAKE A BACK SEAT.
Tie President's Action Commended
toy the EepnMcan Central
Neitlier Conkling Nor Platt
Will Besume Their Seats in
the 17. S. Senate.
Kenward Philp , Alleged Au
thor of the Morey Let
ter , Acquitted.
A i Tridiann. Vap ITniB ffia "Wife
and Sister-in-Law , and
EATKEE OLOOICT FOR CONKZJNQ.
EwToEK , May 20 1 a. m. " At
a meeting of the republican centra ]
club , of which Sheridan Shok is
president , held this evening , the fol
lowing resolutions were unanimously
Resolved , That the republican club
re-affirms its confidence in the wisdom
and judgment of the president , and
especially commends him for his clear-
less of view and firmness of action m
lis recent defense of his prerogatives
against the attack of the distinguished
ex-senators from this state.
, Resolved , That in the controversy
'orced on the president by these ex-
enators , the president right and
hey are entirely "wrong , and even
'rom their own standpoint obviously
wrong : . The republican members of
he legislature are therefore called
ipon in the interest of the people and
> y every obligation of duty to the
> arty not only not to return these
senators , but to fill these vacancies
with men clearly understanding thu
Luties they owe the state , and who
will not , for alleged personal griev-
inces , antagonize the president.
Speeches in favor of the resolutions
nd against' Senators Conkling and
'latt were made by ex-Judge Dillon
loffer and others.
rational Associated Press.
WASHINGTON , May 19 10 p. m.
'ho president worked late last night
arranging'nominations , and it is er
ected he will send a large number to
io senale to-day.
Senator' Conkling is still in town
onducting his correspondence. Every-
Kxly is talking of the adjourn
ment of the senate by unani
mous consent to-night , but the proba-
ilities are that the end will not come
The president-will to-day nominate
chief medical purveyor J. H. Bai-
er , surgeon general of the army , with
hb""rank of brigadier general , vice
faseph K. Barnes , placed on the re-
ired list ; also Col. Daniel S. McClure ,
nymastcr general of the army , with
he rank of brigadier general , vice Na-
han W. Brown , placed on the retired
Mrs. . Garfield'a health was consid
erably improved this morning.
A. special meeting'of thecabinet was
ueld. tonday - complete ihe list of
.ominations to be. putto.the senate.
The senate judiciary committee this
morning considered the nomination of
Win.E. . Chandler ; The result is a
matter of conjecture One report is
hat the committee are equally divided
and will report without recommenda-
ion ; another is that it was decided
o make no report.
Gen. Wm. G. Le Due has resigned
he office of United States commis-
ioner of agriculture. He will be
succeeded by 'Dr. Loring , of Massa
NEITHER WILL BE RETURNED.
WASHINGTON , May 20 1 a. m.
tfcws reaches this city of strong anti-
inkling efforts being pnt forth at
Albany , with the expectation that
neither Conkling nor Platt will be re-
jumed to the senate. Friends of
Conkling said to-day that he was sure
-o be returned , and his colleague with
National Associated Press !
WAaimroTON. May 19. 'Mr. Kcl-
egg tried to call up his resolution for
a list of the employes in the" execu
tive departments , with a view of a re
duction of the force.
Messrs. Sherman , Merrill and
Plumb objected to it as unnecessary.
Q ; EL Bruce , of .Mississippi , regis
ter of the treasurer Francis S. Pierre-
x > nt , collector of internal'revenue , of
, ho Second district , of West Virginia ;
Sellah Merrill , of Massachusetts , con
sul at Jerusalem ; John. M. Glover ,
consul at Havre ; James 0. Bookof
California , consul at Tientsin ; Yolney
V. Smith , of Arkansas , consul at St.
Thomas ; John G. Crawford , of Few
Hampshire , consul at Cooticook ; Geo.
T. Moshen , of Mew Hampshire , con
sul at Nice ; E. H. Rogers , of Ne
braska , consul at Vera Cruz ; Jesse
Moore , of Illinois , consul at Calais ;
B. S ; Kaley , of Nebraska , consul at
Chemnitz ; David Vickers , of New
Jersey , consul at Mantanzas ; George
W. Roosevelt , of Pennsylvania , con
sul at Bordeaux. '
.The Famous Merer letter. .
NEW YORK , May 20 1 a. m. A
nolle pros was to-day issued in the
case against Kenward Philp , Charles
A. Byrne , Louis F. Post and Joseph
Bart , indicted -for the forgery of the
Morey letter. Philparose1 and said
that feeling sure of his innocence , oi
the indignities that he had suffered ,
iis acquittal should , come from a jury
after a fair trial. On the preliminary
examination the district attorney had
publicly said that he had overwhel
ming evidence as to the guilt ol
Morey , who wrote' the letter. He
now wanted that averment denied.
District Attorney Rollins said , for the
purpose of having it recorded : "I am
thoroughly impressed with the convic
tion that the forgery of the More ]
letter was a public crime of exceptiona
gravity , and that whoever perpetrate <
it or connived at it or was wilf till ;
concerned in its publication , is deserv
ing of severe punishment , but in the
the absence of evidence sufficient to
show that the defendants were partie
to the forgery , I am unwilling to pros
ecute this indictmant. The entry was
made and the case was dismissed.
A Strike Ended.
National JliaocUted FTCM.
BUFFALO , N. Y. , May 20 1 a. m.
The railroad strike has ended , the re
mainder of the men who held ou
having gone to work this afternoon.
ThoTrortof clearing the blockade is
going on rapidly'and will probably be
all cleared in ten days.
A Terrftte Trm wdr.
NaUoaalAaodxted fren :
Ini , May 19 10
p. m.- The news of a terrible traced ;
waa brought Inthis - morning from
Honeybeck township- four miles from
this city. Early this morning Alex
ander jicPheeters , Jr. , shot his wife
and sister-in-la w , JElla. Blonom , ahc
then killed himself. He fired at his
mother-in-law , but missed her. Me
Pheeters had been married three years
and had a child two months old. The
couple frequently quarreled , and the
wife lately applied for a divorce
Both families are prominent and own
New Railroad Enterprise.
Xational Associated FraC
NEW YOKK , May 19 10 p. m.
It is announced that the Lake Shore
railroad is pushing with great vigor
the new branch from Toledo to La-
porte , at which point begins the
new double track into Chicago. On
June 1 the three roads , consisting o
the Chicago & Canada Southern , the
Toledo & Northern Iowa , and the
Northern Ohio & Indiana will became
one line , constituting * the shortest
branch of the Lake Shore system
from Toledo and from Amherstburg ,
the terminus of the Canada Southern ,
to Chicago. * '
NeWFrom Mexico. , ' , .
KUional Anotixted Pros.
CITY OF MEXICO , May 20 1 a. m.
There are rumors of cabinet changes.
It is stated that ] Senor Parfrio Diaz ,
minister ofworks , is to be sent to
France , and 'that Senor Carlos Pachio
is to succeed Senor Diaz ; that Senor
Ramon Fernandez will succeed Senor
Pachio as governor of the federal dis-
: rict ; that Senor Zamacona will be re
called from Washington , and that
Senor Marisc.1 , now minister of fern -
n affa rs , will be his successor , and
Senor Emlio Yelasco , is to succeed
Senor Mariscal. These rumors are
generally credited , although they are
A Heaw Suit.
National Associated Press.
NEW YOEK , May 19 10 p. m.
Some startling developments are ex-
> ected to influence the Manhattan
implications , and rumors of a suit
against the directors are circulated.
[ t is expected that the directors will
) o made individually responsible for
all the dividends paid , under the case
of the two elevated roads.
The Unveiling of a Monument
Vationil Associated Press.
CHICAGO , May 19 10 p. m. A
colossal bust of the late George B.
Armstrong , founder of the railway
nail service of the whole of the United
States , was unveiled at 2:95 this af-
rnoon , on the northwest of the cor
ner on the lot which the postoffice
stands , at the corner Adams
and Lasalle streets. The bust' is of
marble , two feet across the shoulders ,
and stands on a pedestal of polished
granite , four feet high. The model
i by Leonard W. Yolk , of this city ,
'he postoffice and all government
fficea wore closed from 12 to 1. All
be employes and officers attended
he.ceremony. About .five thousand
itizens were also present. Postmas
ter Palmer presided and made a short
pcech , after which he introduced ex-
'resident Schuyler Colfax , who spoke
at considerable length , reviewing the
listory of the railway mail service and
ilr. Armstrong's connection therewith.
At the close of Mr. Colfax's remarks ,
ho sculptor was introduced who , with
a few appropriate remarks , unveiled
VationaJ Associated Press.
BUFFALO , May 20 1 a. m. Buffa-
o , 3 ; Providence , 11.
Female Murderer Arrested.
. NEW YORK , May 20 1 a. m.
jouis F. Kcttlera'manwho'is , charged
with the murder of Mrs. Mina Muller ,
n , the Opdyke woods , near Gutten-
) urg , N. J. , was arrested last evening
iy a detective , who lodged him in a
itatidn house. The accused denies
lis guilt and treated the affair lightly.
Be expressed his willingness to ac
company the officers to New Jersey ,
and will probably be taken there with
BOSTON , May 19 Judge Aldrich
overruled the motion to set aside the
verdict of guilty in the case of Sarah
EL Howe , 'of the ladies' deposit bank ,
and the case will go to a full court on
CHICAGO , May 19Mrs. . Margaret
Lynch , aged 46 years , married and the
nether of several children , hanged
herself in her bed room this morning.
No cause known.
BATTLE CREEK , Mich. , May 19.
jreat excitement was created here
Wednesday by the abduction of a five
pear old son of Mrs. Julia E. Watson ,
by a former divorced husband , now
iving at Jackson. Officers are in
pursuit of him , but he has not yet
> een overtaken.
TRENTON , Ont. , May 19 Gilmore's
planing mill burned last night. Loss
jstimated at § 100,000 ; no insurance.
3ne of two huge boilers exploded
during the fire.
Wm. H. Vanderbilt and W. S.
Scott and party sailed from Liverpool
-day for home.
COLUMBUS , 0. , May 19 The people's
temperance convention concluded their
labors this morning.
ALBANY , May 10. Governor Cor
nell officially notified the legislature
to-day that the state's two United
Senator-ships were vacant by resigna
ELDO'RAIK ) , Ohio , May 19.-While
Charles Haggle and his team were
crossing the bridge with a load oi
[ logs , the bridge gave way and pre
cipitated them down an embankmenl
of twenty feet , killing the driver and
NEW YORK , May 19. The keeper oi
Lhe morgue says , four-fifths of the five
thousand bodies that reach this city's
dead house every year are sent there
SANTAFE , N. M. , May 19. Reports
from Animas river country in Rio
Arraba county , state that C. W. Lacy
a very weathy man was murdered in
a dispute while rounding up cattle.
'A member of the cattle firm of Lacy
& Thompson of Colfax County , was
shot on Saturday last by one of his
herders in a dispute while rounding
up cattle , of which that firm have
nearly 6000 head in that section.
SOMERSET , May 19. Gen. P. H
Sheridan and wife have arrived on a
visit to his mother's residence am
his birth place.
JAMESTOWN , N. Y. , Slay 19. Yes
terday morning Frank Thayer , a far
mer , left his sick wife fitting in fron
of an open fire place and on returning
to the house found her dead , havinj
fallen into the fira , and was horribl ;
burned. Her face was charred beyonc
CHATTANOOGA , Tenn. May 19. A
terrible accident occurred on the Eas
Tennessee & Western North Carolina
railroad , in Carter county , a few day :
ago , .resulting in the death of one
Hedemarasub-contractorand , anegn
man , and the fatal injury of one or
two more negroes. The acident was
caused by the premature firing of. a
blast containing two and a half kegs
CHICAGO , May 19. The barbers o
this city are agitating the question o
raising the price of hair-cutting from
25 to 35 cents , and baths f-iom , 15 to
25 cents. Wm. Brinkman , a saloon
keeper-on Wenthworth Avenue , she
liimielf this evening , death resulting
whiskeyand disappointment in run
ningtofoffice was the cause. '
Debate on the Landjill Beamed
in the House of
Parnell Claims the Bill "Would
Fail to Secure the Ten
LONDON , May 1& lOp. m Advices
from St Vincent state that details
have , been received there of the disas
ter to , the British aloop-of-war ;
"Daterel , " which was blown up a (
Sandy Point in the straits of Magelr
Ian , involving the .loaa of jJjtS livea ;
Therej ere ttrd&xplosions. The first
Isr supposS ! to have been the bursting
of a boiler used in condensing sea
water. The second was in the for
ward magazine. The vessel went
down , bow foremost , in eight fathoms
of water in three minutes , and noth
ing was seen of her after the second
explosion , except a few planks. The
survivors saved their livesby jumping
overboard after the first explosion.
They were rescued by boats from a
sailing vessel and from the yacht of
: he bishop , of the Folkland island.
Commander Evans jumped through a
port hole and was takenfrom the water
acerated'by broken glass and wreck1
THE iAND BILL.
LONDON , May 20 1 a. m. In the
louse of commons last night the de
late on the land bill was resumed.
\Ir. \ Chaplin argued that the measure
meant to sheer confiscation. Rt. Rev.
J. S. Stansfield said that the bill was
ust and was necessary for the peace of
[ reland. Mr. Parnell maintained that
.lie bill was defective in principle and
would fail to secure the tenants'
rights. , He objected to the.immigra-
tion clause and said that the curse of
sreign rule was Ireland's misfortune.
Sir Stafford Nbrthcote , after Mr. P&r-
nell had concluded , said that the
measure would - fail to pacify Ireland
and that the tory party could not ac
cept the bill without amendment.
Lord Hartington declared that the
ones were inconsistent arid were
huffling for a motion to pass Lord
Dlcho's amendment to the second
reading , \vhich resulted in 170 for and
5 ' against.
Mr. Parnell and about thirty of his
ollowers marched out of the house
A LIGHT BATTLE.
LONDON , May 20 1 a. m.-On
londay the French forces in Africa
met a force of Arabs on the Eoorhorba
plains. A battle of half a day re-
ulted. No definite news yet. The
Trench now are marching toward ,
LONDON , May 20 la.m. Further
news from the locality of the engage
ment between the French and the
Arabs in Africa , shows that the battle
was stubbornly fought for half a day
Mth sides losing heavily. The Arabs
were thoroughly organized and had
aken up a strong position at Sank-
larba , right on the French line of the
ntended march , and fought with such
success as to entirely arrest the French
narch and compel a retreat towards
Hater. . The Arabs were thorougli-1
y aroused and the war feeling among
hem is being heightened by their
EXCITEMENT IN ROME.
News from Rome shows an immense
excitement and great demonstrations
against France , and the late cabinets
of Milanese and Genoaeae are partic
ularly turbulent. The assemblages
were disposed of by the police.
FLOODS IN RUSSIA.
A telegram from Russia says great
damage has been done to Archangel
and Vinitia by floods , following the
Breaking up of the ice. "Whole villa-
res were destroyed , and great loss of
ife. . The Wazini expedition has re
turned to the British territory with
out accomplishing anything worth
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO , May 19.
Corn In active demand , and the
market ruled firmer and higher ; No.
2 , 43f@44c for cash orMay ; . 42jc for
Juno ; 423c for July ; 43jjc foe-August.
Oats-Firmer ; No. 2 , 37@37lc for
cash ; , or May ; 37jc for June : 36c for
July ; 27 c for August : 26gc for Sep
tember ; 26@26jc for seller for the
year ; rejected , 33 @ 34.
Rye - Steady and quiet ; No. 2 ,
SI 17 for cash ; § 118 for May ; $112
for June ; 92c for July ; 78c for Au
gust ; 75c for September.
Barley Dull and no demand ; No.
2 , 95c for cash ; No. 3 , 85c ; No. 4 ,
Pork Mess , quiet and unchanged ;
$16 40@16'50for-cash16 : ; 40 for
May or June ; ? W'45 for July or
August ; $13 25 for tne year.
Lar Freely offered and sales lib
eral , at irregular , prices ; $10 52i ®
10 60 for cash and , May ; $10 60 ®
10 62 | for June , July , August and
Bulk Meats Fair speculative de
mand , at-a lower range of prices ;
shoulders , $5 30@5 35 ; long , clear
sides , $8 00@8 05 ; ' short clear sides ,
$8 508 55 ; short rib sides , $8 10 ®
Receipts "Wheat 18,240 , corn 121-
034 , oats 11,044 , rye 2,080 , barley
Shipments Wheat 285,699 , corn
207,111 , oats 56,207 , rye 5,320 , bar
Toledo Produce Market.
TOLEDO , May 19.
"Wheat Quiet ; amber Michigan ,
$114 * ; No. 2 redWabashcash$114j
asked ; $114ibid ; May , seller , $114 ]
asked , $114 bid ; Juno , $113i " asked
July , 95fc asked ; sales of "August ,
$1 05 * ; No ; 2 red , "Wabash , $114i ;
rejected , SI 00.
Corn Dull ; liigh mixed"cash,49c
No. 2 , nominal at 49c.
Oats Firm ; No. 2 , 42ic for cash
31c for the year ; reected ] , 40c.
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. 'Louis , May 19.
Wheat Steady at $1 llg for cash
SI 11 | for May ; $1 10 for June
$1 04 | for July.
Cora-Steady at 43 jc for cash ; 43jjc
for May ; 4lJc bid for June. .
Oats Better at 37 | < S38c.
Cut Meats Nominal.
Pork Dull for cash and May.
Lard Easier at $10 37 .
St Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. Louis , May 19.
Hogs' Slow ; Yorkers ant
Baltimores , $5 005 70 ; mixed
packing , 5 505 80 ; butchers to fan
cy , $5 90@6 80.
Chicago Stock Market.
CHICAGO , May 19.
The Drovers1 Journal reports as fol
Hogs -Receipts , 14,000 head ; ship
ments , 3,100 head ; , demand brisk
market strong.and values firm ; pricei
5c higher ; common to good mixec
packing , § 5 70@ 00 ; choice to heavy
-I * . "l ] V T
packing and ahippint$6 ; 10@G 30
light' hogs , $5 76@G 00 ; market clbseiJ
J' * "
Cattle Receipts6,060fhead : ohip-
menta , ' 3,300 headj naritot istrong And
activegoodto ; choice skipping grades ,
$5 756 124 ; commoa. tp fair , $5 25
@ 5 60 ; distiflery cattl ; ; | 5 255 6B
for good ; good , $4 50 ® S 0 ; bntchera'
stock -2 505 00 ; IheaeWs a liberal
run on corn fed Tezaas-f4 25@p 00
for cattleaveraging7&Q@l,060 pounds ;
( lockers and feeders , aciivel
Sheep -Receipts , W Mad ; ship
ments , none ; market Kfivt and > 20c
higher ; common to good , j wooled ,
$5. 03@6 25 ; fair to . ; hoiqe jhorn ,
$500@540. , , ,
nchanged , V7nn . ' , lt
Wheat-Southeni , , * rtV ! JrtjU. 16 ®
ioo .barry f i128 5I ; o ; 2 ,
red winter-quiet.and & * y at $1 26 ®
1 263 forcash ; , ? ! 25 $ for May ; $1 22
for June. * L"
Corn White southeoj , , firmer at
60ic ; " yellow , . steady attj62c ; mixed
western. 'quiet at 59i@59jc for caih :
59459cfoi May. ' "
, N w York Produce Market. '
. , HEwToRKMay 191
Flour - Opened moderately active
and hrm , closing steady at $3 CO ®
3 80 for No. 2 ; $4 6C4 SO' for shipping
ping extras. -
Wheat -Strong ; No. 2 red , $1 25 ®
1 26 ; No. 3 do , $1 22L 23ri
Corn Spot , steady andtinfairdet
mand ; optionsirregular ; spot Sales of
No. 2 , 57fc. v . "
Oats Generally weaker , anil in fair
demand ; No. 1 white , 52ic bid ; No.
2 do , 5050c.
Rye Quiet at $1 17.
Barley Nominal. ( , *
Pork In moderate demand ; 'ordi !
nary mess , for early delivery , $160'
or old ; $17 00 for new. ' .
Lard Steady and firm ; spot sales
of western steam ; $ | 1 05 ; city do ,
0 50. .
Cincinnati Produce Market
CINCINNATI , May 19.
Pork Mess , dull ; extra heavy ,
Lard Held at $10 50. *
Bulk MeatsFirmjshortribs.SS 50.
Bacon Steady ; clear sides , $9 40.
Flour Dull ; family , $4 755 15.
Wheat-Firm ; No. 2 red winter ,
$1 07@1 08.
Com - No. 2 , 47jjc.
Oats QuietjNo. 2 mixed , 40obid ,
Rye Steady ; No. 2 , $1 26.
Whisky Steady at $1.06. , - T
Sentenced For Life. '
National Aasodated Pfeasi - - ' - - / J'
CAMBRIDGE , IRss. lay20 1
m. In the-supreme court this 'ajEter '
teen the attorney-general abandoned !
, ho prosecution 6f ! Charlea F. Wil- '
iams for the murder of Waller Smith.
On account of the'evidence of his 'in
sanity the judge instructed the jury
d return a verdict of not guilty. The
ury , didso. _ The judge' then sen-
enced him to the insane asylum for
A Preaoher'a Postage.
CHICAGO , May 19. Dr. , Francis. . L.
? atton , of the Jefferson Park Presby-
erian church , tif this" city "having
iccepted a' profe'ssorship in thePr ce- '
n N. J. , theological 8emlnary'a
call has been extended.tp'.Rev 'John
Semphill , of San' Francisco , whp/jt.is
expected , will accept the pulpit made
vacant by _ Dr. 'Patton. \ _ *
CHICAGO , May' 19. The" Chicago
Underground Electric company with
a capital of one million , dollars has re
ceived a state charter. The object of
the company .is , to operate in , Chicago ,
underground channels for the tele-
paplii , telephone , electric light and
ire alarm wires , and" for pncumati
, ubes for conveying packages. r ,
A Giant Consolidation.
PARSONS , . Kan. , May 19 4 p. m.
At the annual meeting of 'the ' stock-
lolders of the Missouri , -Kansas ' &
Texas railroad , held in this city , the
consolidation of the Missouri Pacific ,
Missouri , Kansas & Texas , the Inter
national & Great Northern , JTaxas Pa.
cine and Iron Mountain railroads , un
der one management , to be known as
the Missouri Pacific railroad companies ,
was ratified. The "following board of
directors were elected ; Jay Gould ,
Sydney Dillon , G. J. Forest. 'Thos. F ,
Eckert , Wm. Bond , M. S. McGrady ,
A. G. Dulman , Saml. Sloan , Thos.
W. Pearsell , Fred L. Ames , Frank Ss
Bond , and R. S. Hayes. The Kansas
directors are H. 0. Cross , of Emperia ;
C. A. Pratt , of Humboldt ; and , Judge
David Kelso , of Parsons ; Judge Kelso
being elected in the place of B. P ,
McDonald of Fort Scott , giving' ' Sa-
fietta a representative in the road.
PORT HURON , Mich. , May 19. The
auction sale of the largest and finest
herds of short-horns ever qffered
commenced yesterday on the' farm 'of
Avery , Murphy & Stebbinsnear this
city. About two hundred cattle-
breeders were . present from Iowa ,
Ohio , Illinois , Michigan , New , York ,
Pennsylvania , Missouri andKentucky.
Among the highest p. ices paid were
$7,525 for Airdrie Duchess , the tenth ,
calved in 1880 by tlie twenty-third
Duke of Airdrie ; $8,300 for Airdrie
Duchess , the fifth , calved 'in 1874 ;
$7,000 for Airdrie Duchess , the second
end , calved in 1871 , and $5,055 for
Airdrie DucKess , ! he eleventh , calved
in 1881. . * ' *
National Associated Press. ,
BUFFALO , May 19 4 , p. in. The
strike on the New , York Central. ahc ,
Lake Shore railroads , has ierminatec
in the roads agreeing to .the terms oi
the men , $1.40 and $1.50 per. day.
It is expected the Erie railway men
will go to work in a weekas , they
have agreed to if the Lake Shore men
NEW YOEK , May 19 i p. t m.
Collector Robertson , will- control the
appointment of 1500 employes , am
the extent "of th ? , patronage " can thua
be calculated. %
* - -LBank BorrU. / i I ?
ToNDULAc-Wis. , May 19 4 p. m.
R. A. Baker's bank has suspendet
payment. Liabilities $150,000 , as
sets the same.The failure was cause <
by the demand of the city for $12,00 (
deposited by them in the bank.
Undoubtedly the best shirt , in tht
United States is manufactured at the
Omaha Shirt Factory. The superiorit ]
of material and
workmanship , com
bined with their great improvements
that is reinforced fronts reinforce <
backs , and reinforced sleeves , make
their shirt the most durable and bes
fitting garment of the" kind , evei
manufactured at the moderate priced
§ 1.50. Every shirt of our make it
guaranteed first-class and will refunt
the money .if 'found necessary. ,
We make a specialty of all wool
Shaker , and Canton flannel als <
chemois underwear , made up with.j
view to comfort warmth and durabil
ity. To invalids and 'weak' lunget
persons we offer special inducement
in the manner these goods are made
or their prdtEcfi'bn ; , V M * * *
PH. GOTTflEntEB .
1807 Famharn St.
IKE WEEPING EXILE ;
I Tflarfnl' . Appeal ' ! OP Sercy fto
' : tKB i lacliina Jtoii
The Galena rTramp Arrives too
Late to Save-His Fee
National Aodat d Prtsi '
NKW-YOBX ; May 194 p. m. r The
Herald , this morning publishes , the fol-
lowing' 'Waihington , 'Mayas , 188L
The following- letter from ex-Presi-
derit'Grarit tojjenatbrJ6nes \ , of.Ne . -
rada. 'ihowr that' ' in ' thT.presentrcon-
t ii" between Senator Conkling and the
president , Mr. Conkling has the full
jympathy 'and support of jGen. Grant.
This.letter to Senator Jones contained
one 'from thejsx-president to Mr. Gar-
Seld , which" was delivered to him per-
soriaUy by-'Senafof Jones. * l s contents
are not known ' , "but therecan.be no
doubt that its' purport is similar to
that of tKe letter , t'o Mr. Jones. The
letter is as follows : ,
CITY OF.MEXICOApril. . 24.
MY , DEAE SENATOR : I see.by the
atest dispatches received hert from the
apital of our country that the dead
ock , in organizing the senate , is not
ret broken and that nothing has been
lone by the president .to allay .the
iitterness which must be engendred by
lis most recent appointments. When
ihe first batch of - nomination for
Sew York was sent , ' , I was
delighted. I believed then , the Pres-
dent had determined to recognize the
epublican party , and not a faction ,
> ut his nominations of the next day
convinced me that the first act was but
a part of a deep laid scheme by soine-
Xdy < to punish prominent leaders for
> eing openly friendly to me. I can
not believe that Gen. jQarfield is the
iuthor of this policy. I give 'him the
credit for being too big a man to des
cend to such modes for punishment
3fjnen who.gave'him a hearty support
n his election and who are disposed
o give the same support now , for the
iffense of having had a former pref-
rence for some one else for the office
which he now holds , but Garfield is.
resident and is responsible for all the
acts of the administration. Conkling
and Platt' are the chosen senators from
he great 'state of- New York" and that
,00 against all the opposition of an
administration created by the same
larty that elected them. This'should
; ive them 'all ' the stronger claim to bo
onsulted in the matter of appoint
ments in' 'their state when.it comes.
o filling- the moat influential office , in.
heir state * without consulting these
enators. It is a great slight. When
le selects 'the mostJoffensrVe man to
va found , if ' 'becomes an insult and
iught.to bo resented to the bitter end.
! sincerelp1 hoperthe president will1 see
his and. correct his mistake himself
and restore harmony 'to the party. 'He '
owes this to himself and to those with
out whom he could not have been
lave carried the state ot New York
without the active support of her
wresent senators. Their passive sup-
wit .wonld-npt have answered. With-
ut'the ' state of 'NewTork ' Gen. Gar-
ield would hot' 'now" ' be president.
lis rewarding Robertson is not fcnly
rffensive to'thBNfiw.Yprk senators ,
mf'it'istd New York "republicans ;
Fh"j < j change , of" 'Badfeau and 'Cram'er ,
heappointments' in" ; which. I felt'a
; trong personal -interest , was 'very '
liBtasteful to me. The first , because
if our personal relations , and my
riah. that h'e should1 be kept where
lis office would' Support him 'until
ie 'finishes ' some work he is
engaged upon and which he could do
without .interfering with his public
duties. The second because it was at
the expense of removing the son of my
old secretaryof state who proba-
jly'ffiver had , a superior , certainly
never "for- moral worth , in the depart-
hent. "It * is true' he resigned ,
iut.be did this from a sense , of 'honor ,
supposing it to be the duty of repre-
lentatives abroad to give a new ad-
ninistration the opportunity of saying
whether they were' wanted or not.
Very truly yours'
[ Signed. ] U. S. GRANT.
To Hon. J : Pi Jones , United States
' " senator , Washington , D. C.
ine Grand' Bus tfp 'in Thirty-
Sure Pop :
Mr.E.R. , Paige lectured at/the
Academy of' ' 'Music ' last evening'on
"Perihelia,1' ' the period when the
planets are in position nearest the sun.
Eleven ladies' and
men'listened ' to his grand aggregation
/ A > ? * ' ' "
* of compiled , statistics. He said , - nothing
ing new , except a.few , extraordinary
discoveries of-hia own. For instance ,
be * said the World was approaching de
struction at the rate of a second every
two greeks , andhe had made a .fine
calculation and discovered that the
grand bust up would take place 'in
atioui 35,000,000 years , but.he addec
fhat'there was no. doubt that the earth
would kick the bucket five' or ten
millions of years before that date ,
The lecturer didn't seem to mind an ]
such' little period as the difference be
tween five and ten million years. The
audience seemed to consider that they
would be all white-haired and bent be
fore that , period , came , and they
wouldn't'have much more use for the
world then , anyhow. Ho expectec
that before many million years the
moon would have to go out of busi
ness , when it would form a gigantic
circle of cobble stones about the earth.
It'is to be'hoped the paving of our
streets will not bo postponed unti
then. Mr. Paige said thirty days
from 8 o'clock yesterday morning , al
the 'planets would be on a line with
the sun , with the earth at the tail end
of' the cart , the others all tugging a
it. > -
"What it may do , .you can judge as
well as I , " exclaimed the l5cturerane ,
it did seem To be about a ten up
He said there wonldbe sickness.earth
quake , and the devil to pay generally
but as the audience was just getting
into fever heat , the lecturer kindli
assured , all ; hands there wouldn't be
any of it in this country. No objec
tion 'was expressed.
'Behind the. lecturer , was a large
screen , , on which were painted a few
buzz saws , some marbles , and eevera
big foot ball * , an of which Mr. Paige
refe.rre i to row and' then , as worlds
Mwfplanets , 'and other .trappings , o
the .universe : He used a lady's ridinj
wluj W * call'attention to' the fine
pointa1 'of tneafe balls and buzz saws
"W'41 " . . ' * ' !
! * -
particularly the bozz saws.
* tPsige " > ha a < &a& memory fo
big figures , , and things that he has
read , but ss a scientific lecturer , he is
as mucE out of , place as a rhinoceros
leading an orchestra.
The lecture wound up with a grant
assault on Christianity and its teach
ings. Mr. Paige was careful to keep
this till the last , else his vast audience
mighthave speedily dwindled away to
his own-dear self.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC !
One Night Only [ Saturday , lay 21
Haverlj s Latest , Haverly's
Greatest , Haverly's New
J. HAVERLY. J. H. MACK ,
Jraythiny New , Choice Selections from Late
Reserved Seat * 91.00 , now on sale at Edholm
Eriekson'i. J. IT. JIcNAlIABA.
ml8-4t General A ent.
WILL BUY AND SELL
AHD ALL TKiSSACnOXS
Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc.
IT YOU TAUT TO BTT OR aXLb
CaH at Office , IU m 8 , Creighton Block , Omaha.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
505 Farnham St Omaha. Nebraska.
Carefully selected land In Eastern Xebnska for
ale. Great Bargains In Improved farms , and
O. A. DAVIS. WEBSTER SNYDER.
Late Land Com'r U. P. R. R. 4p-febTU
BTBOK RX 1 > . LZWI3 RKZD.
BYRON REED & CO. ,
Seal Estate Agency
Keep a complete abstract of title to all' Real
htntc In Omaha and Douglas county. mayltf
AND STILL THE LION
Roar for Moores ( )
I hare adopted the Lion ai& Trade Mark , and
all my fjooda will be STTAMPED with the LION
and my NAME on the same. NO GOODS ARE
GENUINE WITHOUT THE ABOVE STAMPS.
Tie beat material Is used and the most skilled
workmen are employed , and at the lowest cash
price. Anyone wishing'a price-list of goods will
confer a favor by sending for one.
DAVID SMITH MOORE.
Business College ,
THE GREAT WESTERN
GEO. R. RATHBUN , Principal.
Creighton Block ,
OMAHA , - - - NEBRASKA.
/arSend for Circular. . noT20dwtf
M. R. RISDOM ,
General Insurance Agent.
PHffiNIX ASSURANCE CO , of Lon
don , Chh AweU. -.JJflOTliZI
WESTCHESTER , N. Y. , Capital I,00o7o00
THE-MERCHANTS , of Newiik , N. j. . 1 000.000
OIRARD FIRE , PhiladelphiaCapital. . 1 000000
NORTHWESTERN NATfoNALC pital 900000
FIREMEN'S FUND , California. * . . . . . . 800 000
BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO. 1.200000
NEWARK FIRE INS. CO. , Assets 800 000
AMERICAN CENTRAL , Assets 00000
Southeast Coc. of Fifteenth and Douglas St
OMAKA , NEB.
J. G. RUSSELL , M. D. ,
Diseases of Children and Charonic Diseases a
Specialty. Office at Residence , 2009 Cass street.
Ilours 8 to 10 a. m. , 1 to 2 p. m. , and after 6 p.
J. .R. Mackey ,
Corner 15th and Douglas Stg , Omaha , Neb.
Prices Reasonable. ap32-2w
John G. Jacobs ,
( Formerly of Gsh& ! Jacobs , )
No. 1417 Farnham St , Old Stand of Jacob Ola.
jGTOnlers by Telegraph Solicited. ap2Z-ly
United States Depository
Cor. 13th and Farnum Sts.
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT IN
SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROTHERS.
Organized as a National Bank August 20,1868.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS OVER . 300OOO
Specially authorized by the Secretary of Treas-
ary to receive subscriptions to the
UNITED STATES *
4 Per Cent. Funded Loan
OrTICXK3 AM ) DIXZCTOU I
HEIXAX Konmz , President.
Auorsrvs KOCSTIJC , Vice President.
II. W. YATIS , Cashier.
A. J. Porrttro.f , Attorney.
Jens A. CBEionros.
F H. DATO , Asst. Cashier
This bank recdrn deposits without regard to
Issues time certificate * bearing' interest.
Draws drafts on San Fronc&co and principal
dUes of toe TJnlted State ) , also London. Dublin
Edinburgh and the principal title * of theeontl
nent of Europe.
'Sens ' pUKngtt.tickets Itf emigranti in the In
man Une , mayldtf
. J. H. FLIEGEL ,
Snccessorto J. H. Tclete ,
No , VO DcrasUsStvMt. .
THE 'mm ms-m mi FOLLOW.
618 Tenth Street ,
. * , )
STRAW GOODSI STRAWGOODS !
Men's Straw Hats 19c , 15c , 25c , 35c , 45 < x.
Men's Straw Hats 75c , $1.00 , $1.50 , $1.75.
Boys' Straw Hats lOo , 15o , 25c , 35o , 46o.
LADIES' HATS ! LADIES' JATS1
Finest Canton Hajs 25c , 35c.
Finest Milan Hats 75c.
Misses' Sailor Hats 25c , 35c , 45c , SOc , 65 < x
Ladies' Sundown Hats 25c , 35c.
500 Trimmed Hats $1.0O trpwarda.
DRY GOODSI DRY GOODSI
Arriving Daily from New York
2 Bales Unbleached Muslin 5c , worth 7 l-2c.
P. G. IMLAH , Manager ,
LEADER OF POPULAE PEIC .
"BOSTON STORE , "
616 Tenth Street ( See Flag. ) ,
THE GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
Spring Suits ! All Styles !
IMMENSE STOCK AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Clothing House lest of Chicago ,
- . *
A Department for Children's Clothing.
"We have now an assortment of Clothing of all kinds , Gent's ' '
Furnishing Goods in great variety , and a heavy stock of Trunks ,
Valises , Hats , Caps , &c. These goods are fresh , purchased from ' " -
the manufacturers , and will be sold at prices lower than .ever
We Sell for Cash and Have but One Price.
A large .TAILORING FORCE is employed by us , , and we make
SUITS TO ORDER on very short notice.
A T.T. SZ3X3 XTS.
1301 and 1303 Farnham St. , cor.JStK.
Real Estate Agent and Notary Public ,
Cor. Douglas and Fourteenth streeti.
ONE THOUSAND LOTS In the city and additions , from 3200 to ? ? ,000 : alw , 200 house * Juld loto.
rom 91,000 to $10,000 ; also , land in DoiiU.s | and Sarpy counties ) , in snull and laiya tncti ; tin
(200,000 ( to loan at S per cent , and § 100,000 to loan at 10 i > cr cent. , In ums to null applicants All
business with JohuM. Clarke STIIICTLY confidentiaL k -
Taxes paid ; deeda and mortga M executed on abort notice ; only sell exclnrirelyori commiarion ;
don't speculate ; giro my patrons all the bargains. Notary Public always In office , Krathwett corner
Douglas and Fourteenth streets , Omaha. Nebraska. ap26 odlm
Max Meyer & Co ,
r * r
FISHING TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a i :
FULL LINE OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
p n sr fr - * jfc - * 8 r"yrf 3i p * j i * * m
MAX MEYER & CO. Omaha
. , , Neb.
MAX MEYER & CO. ,
OT.TIS A T.Tl
Tobacco from 25c. per pound upwards.
Pipes from 25c. per dozen upwards.
Cigars from $15.00 per 1,000 upwards.
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MASUFACTURING .
LARGEST STOCK OF
GoiandSilverfatdiesand JewelryMe Cllj
Come and oee our stock , 33 we will be pleased to , ahow goodd