Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 16, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 4

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Monday /Morrung / , May 17.
Go to 0. B. DeGroat & Co.'s for
" . " a-m-w-f
JerbyHts. ) "Nobby.
Pateraon sells coaL
See Polack'o advertiflement.
Saxe'n for fine coda. %
Fredirick has cheapetb atraw bat .
Gtntlemen Those Manilla Siraw
&ats have arrired. Frederick , Hattsr
The finest otnw hatsat Eichter's ,
Opposite postoffiec.
Work ii progressing finely on the
goverument corral , near the Lead
Belfast ninijer ale , at Saxe'a.
- Frederick , princiial hatter , Omaha ,
For Land , Lot * , Houses and
larms , look overBenuV new column
en 1st page. Bargains.
Florence Lake is getting to be
quite fc popular Sunday retort again
this year.
Frederick has the bestSlrawHals.
Try Saxe's new 5c Cigar.
The B. & M. expect to havetheir
postal cars running between Omaha
Hid Hastings by July i.
The ne r plank sidewalk around
1'astoa & Gallagher's building ii a
Vajt imi rovcment.
Try S xe's little Key West Ci-
gir , lOc.
Lots , Farms , Houses and Lands.
Look over Berni * ' new column of bsr-
g iis an 1st page.
J\IcKenze \ Restautant,16th and Dodge
A Highlander in knee breeches
und lon hose attracted considerable
b'.tention at the depot this noon.
Hen. A. G. P. George , of Denver ,
one of the molt prominent mining at-
tjjiiejB of the west , is in the city.
Deputy Marshal Ben Westerdahl
Ss busily engaged planting signs warn-
ii'B parties against dumping refuse and
n anuie.
Yesterday afternoon a warrant
was issued for the arrest of a man
named Kottiger , who was charged with
hitting another over the heaa with a
b < or glass.
On his late trip toMisscuri Coun-
tilman James Stephenson purchased
two handsome b y hones for the use
of the fire department. They have
bten statitned at No. 1 engine house.
On Thursday , in a private match
between Fred. Eib , of St. Joe , and
S. A. Tucker , of Heiiden , Conn. , and
AL Patrick and George Mills , of this
city , for § 50 a side , the Omaha boys
carried off the prize.
Uncle John Stanton informed an
Acquaintance , who was quizzing him
about the comet , and who asked him
if he didn't think it would bring the
vrorld to an end , that the world was
nuud and so couldn't have an end.
There have been several attempts
made , within the paet fortnight , to
rob the driver of the late green car ,
which runs out Eighteenth street , but
these attempts have in the main
proved unsuccessful. A policeman
Accompanies the last car out.
Lewis Hermon , the wooden leg
ged man charged with an assault on
Ft * James Moylan with intent to kill , was
baund over for trial at tha
n next term of district court , in the sum
of $200. In default cf beads he was
committed to jail.
IJ&VIDK soon , or fearful of having
tieir furs deatroyed by moth , are in
formed that I will receive them on
storage , and insure them against all
ilnmago at a small expense. Hcury
G. Eichtcr , Omaha's Furrier , oppo
site poitorfici } .
Ono of the most successful social
parties of the season , and ono long to
be remembered by thosa present , was
hold in the hall of Company G armory
Friday evening under the management
of the Misses Sophia ndlngred John-
8 jn and Miss Ida Cleveland. There
WM a general good time and dancing
was kept up until & late hour.
A new organization under the
name of the Union Life Association of
Ohio hu been established in our city ,
the plau being an unique one , no
quarterly dues being demanded of the
member * . It starts off with forty
inrruben , who have elected the follow
ing officeis and board of directors :
ilr. W. Gibion , chairman ; S. Trost-
Jjr , fint secretary , and J. W. Wett ,
t vj board.
Manager A. E. Touzalin has left for
Capt. Haya , of the Fifth Cavalry , h
In town.
J. S. McOlary , of Norfolk , left *
Saturday for home.
John A. Creighton , Esq. , cimein
Bi'.urdty momia .
Prof. Samuel Aughey returned to
XincIn Saturday.
Henry Runuey went out toLaramie
Saturday afternoon.
Councilman Hornberger has re
turned from the east.
Rev. Mr. Ingraham came in from
Lincoln on the noon train Saturday.
Frank Kr-nnarJ wai a passenger on
the noon train Saturday , bound for
Grand Isltnd.
Major Jackson and Lieut Quintis ,
ncccmpanled by Lieut. Harding , left
fvr St. Paul Saturday evening.
Lieutenant Schuyler hai returned
from the Pacific coast where he has
fceen spending several weeks.
Hon. 0. F. Davis - and wife left
Thursday for Madison , Wis. , to attend
the gtneral uaembly of the Presby lex-
rn church.
Jhe Ker. J. B. Maxfield , of the
J 'nt M. E. church , leave * for CJncin-
l , . . i Mondiy to attend the quadron
8 lies ion of the M. E. general con-
J. rinco , now holding.
Preiideat Dillon , of the Unioti Pa-
e c , Thcs. L. Kimball , IIP , Vininfr
nd Mr. Moneman , airived ye terd y
fromtieir ( OUT of inspection over | beir
, P. n
Reported Meeting of Railroad
Managers in Omaha in Re
sponse to His Request ,
What It Means.
It is authentically repcr'.ed that
meeting of the railroad mangers o
the pool lines will be he'd during th
coming week to confer with Sidney
Dillon , president of the Union Pacific
in regard to matters of interest com
mon to all the roads centering in ou
Several of the managers , amen
whom are Mr. Perkins , of tbe C. , B
& Q. , have already telegraphed thei
acceptance of the invitation , and it i
believed that most , if not all of th
parties invite. ] , will be present. It i
understood that Mr. Dillon will make
a number of proposition ) relative to
the distribution of freight ca-tward
ani will usa his utmost endeavor * to
press the claims oi. the Wabash. St.
Louis and Pacific road as a competitor
for both passenger and freight traffic.
It is further reported that Goulc
hai been buying heavily recently in
the stock of the above mentioned
road , and adding to his already pre
ponderating influence which ha con
siders to ba especially [ rotnisiog
zs en investment all the influence ol
the Union Pacific will to thrown in
the scales to force upon the pool lines
a fair and equitable division of prpfits
with Ihe Wabash , and Mr. Dillon Is
said to be acting as the agent aud
tactolum of Mr. Gould in the premises.
The rumor th&t tbe Alton line will
build to our city h pooh-poohed by
the pool officials. They pietend that
the diviJoi profits , if tbo WabaUi ia
let in , will riot suffice to remunerate
thi reads with an additional compel !
tor , and astert that they have information
mation that the Alton line has no in
tention of complicating the pool prob
lem. Outside parties who know of
what they talk , aiaert , however , that
the prospects of the Alton's coming
into Omiha are by no means alight ,
aud the idea of another competitor
for freight and passenger traffic is
causing some concern among the other
Mr. Dillon's canference will proba
? lj discuss the various phases of the
railroad problem , and the result will
affect either for the better or worse
: ho present status ot the Iowa pool.
Base Ball.
The opening game of tha season , be
tween the Nailworks and Athletic ? ,
took place on Saturday afternoon , re
suiting in favor of the Nail works nine
bp a score of 32 to 1C. The errors * on
joth sides were numerous , but the
Sailworks outbatted their opponent ; .
Conference With the Bohem
ians Yesterday.
A meeting of the striking smelters
washeld on the bottomnoar thesmelt-
ing works yesterday afternoon. There
were between 300 and 400 men pres
ent , including besides tbo strikers
men of every trade , particularly those
employed in the U. P. shops.
The meeting was called to order a1
3:45 : o'clock by James Thompsonchair
man of the executive committee of th
strikew , who nominated H. P. Her
ran for chairman , and ho was elec'.oi
Mr. Horran made a few remarks and
a sured his hearers that he was fullt
in sympathy with the movement , al
though not one of their number.
James Murphy , president of the
Workingmen's union , was loudly call
ed for and imde a capital speech , ful
of. good cheer and hope to the striker
saying that they were all brothers , n
matter what their nationality or creed
He had always been a workingman
and in common with every working
nnn in the country , wanted to see
th's strike succeed , as its result
would affect labor everywhere. Hi
said that he had as good a right t <
come there and say kind word * to
them , as Dr. Miller had to fill The
Herald full of abuse. The Herald
was the organ of capitalists , and had
been true to its hire , misrepresented
Che condition of the strikers , striv
ing to make them appear odious in the
eyes of the people , and laboring to
raise dissensions in their ranks. He
was especially severe upon that paper
and other organs of capital He re
viewed the progress of the strike from
the beginning , and said that every Iv
boring man in the city would give
them all the aid that they possibly
could. Ho noted the instance of one
laboring nun , who , ata meeting held
Saturday night , pledged $1 per day ol
his wages as long as the strike contin
ued , aud gave an order for $10 to con
tribute to the support of the strikers.
Although all could not afford to do
hat , yet each would do as much as he
could. His speech was listened to
with great attention and was frequent
ly applauded.
Air. Rosicky was called for and
stepped f jrward. Ho first stated in
English , that he understood he was
calkd to speak to his Bohemian friends
and listed for patience of those , who
would not understand his remarks.
Ho than went on in Bohemian saying ,
that he was called upon to attend this
meeting and explain the situation to
those , who did not understand the
English language and coud ! not com
prehend wh t was going on. There
was a meeting held on Saturday where
a vote was tases , whether the card of
the company should be accepted or
not. As ho underst pds it the meet
ing was only slightly attended , ouly
about one-third of the sinking men )
being present. When a vote was
taken it appeared , that the mjo/ity
of those present were for accepting s
the list and going to work. But that
was not considered by the strikers as
a fair expression of the majority , on
the contrary the majority of tLeir
fellow-strikers were for continuing the dt
strike until victory would be won. dm
Now the sentiment prevails , that the m
Bohemians will go to work on Monday b
racrnins almost in a body and desert ;
their fellow-workmen in tha he t cf ai
battle. By suchaction , of course , the aihi
itrika would be at an end and the hicr
irhola blame for that would be laid at
ioora of the Bohemians. This should
lot be co. Workingmen ought sh
o act in concert , no shhi
natter of what nationality they are , hi
and it would pain him if the blame
for the unsuccessful effort should be
laid at the doors of Bghe ' ; ng
them alone. Sa v | heni to
hold. out Triih the rest , whethsr it
leads to victory or defeat , and even if
hot successful , to hold on unt'l the
majority of others should decide , so
they would not bear the odium of be
ing the cauio ot defeat.
As to the strike itaelf , he thought
that it was justified. Trad , it was
the eilrcmo mtasure which he would
advieb , feut there was no sensible man
in the city of Omaha who did not
sympathize with them , and who did
not think that § 1.50 or 81.65 for the
unhealthy work they had to perform
was not enough pay ; there was no sen
sible man who believes that at these
they could live cs men should
live and ought to live ; that tbtjy cbuld
support their families and educate
their children. He understood that
efforts were made to convince the
company of the justice of their de
mand , and they struck only when all
efforts of attaining the end peaceably
failed. Now , the fact if , that wages
seven or eight jears sga were 100 per
cent , higher than now , while a'l the
commodities end necessaries of life
were not much higher than now.
Three years a o the wages were re
duced , but the workman did not object ,
bacauseall necessaries were then at
bw prices. Within the lst twelve
months everything they needed and
used went up in value , from 25 to 50
per cent , while tneir wages remain
the sime or haveincreaied but slight
ly , by far not in proportion to the in-
crerscd price of all necessasies. While
they submitted to decrease in wages
three years ago. it is no more than
rijjht that now tneir wages should be
raised to a fair living price. While
he deprecated the strike , yet he had to
advice them to stand together like
one man and c6ntlnue until their ju > t
demands should be satisfied. They
are fighting not for themselves alone ,
but all the workinginen in Omaho , A
month ago the wages of tile U. P. em
ployes wcreraised ; if their wages now
Vfetd raised , the wages of all working
people in the city would bo battered ;
if they fail , there is no hope for tome
time to come for a raise of wages
of any other class of workmen ,
who may be underpaid. This is well
understood by all workingmen in the
city and their hearts and ( hands are
with them. Empbyes from the U. P.
and other shops are making Collec
tions and if theie are any who aresuf-
fering for want of any necessities they
should call upon the committee and
they will recivesuppoit. As long as
that is tbe cue there is no need to
break ranks for the aakojof Want.
Closing , he again advised them to
stand or fall with the majority.
A lawyer of this city then made a
short speech , urging tha men to cry
out' no surrender" and to mean it.
Gorrge Hoffman was called for to
speak on buhalf of the Bohemians , but
said that Mr. Rosicky had ably
summed up the cafe for them.
A resolution wa& unanimously adopt
ed , amid much enthusiasm , declaring
; hat the strikers weuld never resume
wrk till ther demands had been grant
ed.It was vottd that all the striker j
assemble at the samep'aca between 6
and 7 o'clock this morning , after
which the meeting adjournedi
Wm. Griffith alias John Smith
Again Lodged In Jail (
Last week a disreputable looking
bummer was aireeted in company with
a party Of tratnfs and was lodged in
the city cooler on a ctarg-3 cf being
decidedly drunk and very disorderly.
Failing to pay his fine he received ten
days Sentence , which he served out ,
and during which ho wrote several
lengthy communications to the c'ty
papers on the horrible state .of the
pritoa. Friday mtffnlng he wa §
diBcharged from custody and was sup-
pt sed to have left the town , but that
right he was again arrested and lodged
in bis old quarters on ths same charge.
Saturday morning wheuDeputyMar
shal Bon Westerdahl came to open his
celldcorho found the floor covered with
splinters , and upon examination dis
covered that the prisoner had attempt
ed during the night to cut his way out
by the aid of a common dinner knife ,
which must hava been conveyed to
him through his cell window during
the night. The tl its cf the door were
almost cut through , but even if he hsd
succee3od in making his way out of
his cell he would have found it impos
sible to have broken through the heavy
door at the end of the hall.
When taken bpforo Judge Hawes
Saturday morning he again gave his
alias of John Smitbbut finally admitted
thathis realname was William Griffith f
and that he was an attorney ia Knox
county , his home being in Oreighton.
Ho said he was the first white man
born in that portion of the state , and
ho probably lied in saying so. Upon
promise of good behavior and of im
mediately leaving the town he was
Does anybody remember the kind
of things they used to wear forty
years ago and call shirts , with stuck
up collars all around your ear , and so
badly fitted that the bosoms were all
crumpled up before you had them an
boui ? I wonder if the ancients ever
learned to make shirts , and the art
lad been forgotten , or did it take six
thousand years to learn to make a shirt
that was comfortable and would fit ?
The writer never got a shirt
of decent fit till he came to
America , and they -cost him three
lelUrs ; they were dear , but they were
jood and comfortable compared with
what he had woin ; but lately they
ecm to have made some new discov-
ry , as ha has recently bought at
'ruickehank's shirls at one dollar and
no dollar and a quarter that are as
much tuparior to the New York shirt
t three dollars as it was superior to
bo o'd-fashioned shirt that he uted to
buy in England. In the last twelve
nontbs he has bought at least a dozen
f these shorts at different times , and
lever got a misfit. All they ask you
the width of year neck , and
rot there was none of these shirts that
ra * not a better fit than the three-
Icl'ar ' thirt of New York made to or-
ler. It is positivo'y n public boom $
cill attention to this , ai there is
lothing so disgusting to a man as a
ad-fitting shirt , and nothing more )
nnoying to a lady than to see her
usband'a nicely laundried shirt all
rumpled up , bccauao it dcn't fit. I ,
resume other people may have this
iirt besides CruickshankV , bat they
Jve it certainly. If yon wont to b
pD7try jt-0m. [ . Daily New * te
A Deputation From Mt. Cal
vary Commandery Leaves
, For Fremont.
To Organize Mt. Tabor "Lodge1
N6. § .
A number of prominent Omaha
' Knights Templarj left on the noou train
Saturday for Fremont , where they
; Went to establish a commandery of Sir
' Knights in that phea. The charter
for the new comiriRndery , which has
but recently been granted , was carried -
! ried by Sir Knight E. A. Allen ,
deputy cornmandtr , who will this af-
| trnoon act as acting grand ccmmand-
er in the impressive ceremonies at
tending the organisation of the now
Masonic body. A ntimber of visiting
sir knights frdm other parts of the
state are expected.
The following Sir Knights composed
the delegation : Sir E. A. Allen ,
deputy grand and acting grand com
mander ; Sir G. F. Catlin , past grand
commander ; Sir E. K. Long , post
grand prelate ; Sir Guatavua Steven-
ton , generalissimo and past grand
junior warden ; Sir James S..France ,
captain general ; Sir Louis H. Koity ,
warden ; Sir Byrou Stanberry , com
mander , end Sir Knights J. J. Monell ,
Wm. France , J. G. Willis Gustavus
Anderson , Chas. P. Needham and 0.
A. Fried.
It pays to trade at Kurtz's. *
e J . . . , . *
0. B. DeGrcat & Co.Leading Hat
ters. New styles received this morn
ing. Call and examine. s-m-w f
Carriage Umbrellas at Woodwnrth's. '
For bargains in men's low and high
shoes , call at Fullriede's Shoe Store ,
Visscher's block , 13th and Doilglai.
We will keep our store optn late
ta night , so that all may have an op
portunity to buy what they need at
There wili be a special communica
tion of St. John's lodge , No. 25 , this
( Saturday ) evening , for work in the
E. A. degree. Visiting brethren are
cordially invited.
JAS. B. BRUNEB , Master.
The sixth lecture of tbe Saturday
evening ctinrse of lectures will be de
livered by Col. E. H. Wilbur , this
evening. Admission , 15 cents.
The Tivoli is the coolest pi ice in the
I. O. O. P.
At ther rrgalar meeting of State
Lodge -No. 10 , L O. Q. p. Monday
Cvehing , May 24th , Bro Alf. D.
Jones , Grand Instructor , will be pres
ent. All brothef j of the order ih the
city are invited to attend. By order
of the lodge. 0. L. STRAIGHT ,
Amuse yourself * at the Tivoli.
and lowering brick wells , by H. M.
Brown , 12th and Cbic g ) afreet * .
Water guaran'eed. . 14-tf
BOY WANTED A smart , aclh e boy
for office work.
If you have any galvanized iron
cornices , tVilldow caps of other wor :
to figure on , or to bo done , call on
John Epeneter , 333 Broad way , Coun
oil Bluffs , Iowa , who will give you
bottom prices and extra good work.
ap27-3w ! _
Before buying a sewing machine ,
examine the "NewHomo "
, corner IGth
and Webster. Hartman & Helquist
Over eighty millions of dollars o
insurance capital of the qldast and
best home and
foreign companies rep
resented In the agency of Taylor &
M. Hellman & Co. are making suit
to order on ehort notice.
I hereby inform my friends and thi
public generally , that I shall , on Mon
day next , open a store in the brick
building No. 408 Thirteenth street
near the cjrner of Harney , with s
complete Line of choice Dry Goods ,
Notions and Fancy Goods , which I
shall name The Mechanics One Price
Store. Purchasing strictly for cash ,
low rent and trifling "experses , and
selling for cash , enables me to sell at
least 15 cents cheaper than ordinary
rates. I am determined to make the
Mechanics One frice Store the cheapest
in the Missouri Valley , and mark all
goods at correspondingly low figures.
Specialinducementainliawn. , Cam
brics , Prints , Domeitics , and Hosiery ,
Table Lintns. All goods new , choice
and desirable ; not a change ; accumu
lation of years prst. Call and ba con
vinced. Goods shown freely. Low
prices and courteous attention guaran
teed. Samples given on application.
I respectfully solicit your patronage.
Having made contracts with some
of the best butter
makers in the coun
try I am now prepared to supply my
customers with choice butter direct
from the churn at prices satitfactory
to all. Strawberries from 10 to 25
cjnts per box , and 3o not forget that
I am agent for the Eagle Mills Winter
Wheat Flour , only § 3.65 per 100
pounds. WILLIS M. YATES.
Real Estate Transfers.
Geo. P. Bemis and wife to Wm , F.
Urban : wd part of lot 4 , block 19 ,
Credit Foncieraddition cityof Omaha
Fannie 0. and H. W. McClnre to
Byron nnd Lewis S. Beed : w d part of
ots 1 , 2 , 3 and 4 , block 255 , city of
maha. $176.
Wanted 15 first-class dressmakers ,
M.G. McKoon , Agt. Fire Insurance ,
C. B. DeGroat & Co. , Reading Hat * >
W , 1316 Farnhajn it , s-m-w.f
An Irritated Citizen Begs for
Water and Plenty of It.
A Dry Article on a "v7et Subject
To tbe Editor ol Tin Bis.
The writer has just noticed the pun
gent little article of the enterprising
and public spirltsd editor of THB BBS
on that sprinkling ; -but for once he is
certainly a little "ouet" He says"If
the business men wcull organise , a
street sprinkling wsoc'a'ion ' , tney
would soon get rid of the nuisance. "
Who does he mean by theliusiness
men ? The writer knows none in a
we.tom town who are not businessmen
mon , but the old and infirm. If b *
means the retailers and jobber he
might as well ask them to pave the
streets or build the common sewers ,
which are not of ha'f ' tbe importance to
the publio health compared with the
cost , that street sprinklers is : Why
don't he ask the businessmen to clean
the alleys. See this cutting from The
Nonpariel , of Council Blufls :
"It is reported that in many of the
alleys of the city , lar e piles of man
ure and other rubbish has been depos
ited in violation of the ordinances and
ti the * detrlBent of the health and
tafety of th | ily. All ocoupan's ' and
owners of lota abutting upon any of
the alleys within the city , are hereby
no'tified to remove all manure , filth i
and rubbish from their premises and
the alleyo adjacent thereto within ten j
days from the1 publication of this no
tice , otherffhe information will be
filed agaiust them for violation of the j
ordinanrei of'this city.
"City Msrahal.
"Council Bluffy Iowa , May 4 , ' 80. "
Why don't cur "paternal city gov-
ernmoat" do" this much ? "Patsraal
city governmeit" from the editor of j
THE BEE after the waterworks is too
good. j
Why did they not ask the business
men of Memphis to drain the swamps j
and save the town from decemation
by fever. There is not a doctor in ;
town to-day that ddes not know that :
the state of hoilth in Omaha is frightfully -
fully prejudiced by cloud * of dust full |
of organic matter. You must remem
ber our streets have not been washed I
by rain for over eix months , and the
recent tyro in science cm tell you what j I
muat be tbe state of the air. One cf ,
the most able and influential of the | j I
physiciitis here told the writer yesterday - .
day that nearly ha'f his ewes were I
lung diseases. Such a etato of affairs
ia realty disgraceful in such a glorious
wholesome climate as this. The only
excuse is that we are ail to new here
that TVO do nofyOt understand our cli
mate. In this dry Southern
clime , cleansing our alleys and
watering our streets is mere important
thad anything we corild do * It is not
only tbe advantage of keeping the
dirt from getting into the lungi , but
it is putting moisture in the air , most
essential to the health in this dry cli
mate. And all this is to be done by
the btWiheSs hien. Did you ever hear
of keeping dogs and barking yoUrselff
What do we pay city taxes for ? To
hearsjme cf our city fathers tcream
and yell in the council ? The public-
spiiited and liberal-minded jobbers
aild rctii'e's ' in Omaha object to
sprinkling tha streets thomselver , bo-
cdihe thy could orilf do § o in a pat'
tial manner , and it would only longef
prevent the matter being done in a
thorough manner by the authori
ties. In the meantime a good
Many children and delicate men
and the women will 18se th'eir liVes.
But the evil will get so intense as the
town grow ? , that ultimately it must be
attanded to properly , by the authori
ties. HP painful that BO many must
die and so much misery must be caused
befvro the du'l , stupid aud inert can
be waked upj to the f own interests ,
but so it always hds bfe'en in this
world and thus we have martyri.
When we realize the fact that less
than twenty cnts a head would entire *
ly abate this nuisance and turn these
horrid , [ dirty blizzards into delicious
ba'my breezes one cannot but won
der what our paternal government is
about that they don't tc6 it. ' 'Pator'
nal government" is good , Bosewater ;
you have 'em. A CITJZEX.
We sell you goods to the amount of
Si 00 or more and you get 003 wof th
of best needles for nothifa'g.
The people are convinced
MISSING. A case o constipation by
using Hamburg Figs. 4
& M. A. Soclety'ECfiali ,
A very pleasant soiree Was given last
evening in Clark's hall by the Emmet
Monument association. With excel
lent music , a select company and un
tiring committee ? , there was nothing
to mar the enjoyment , and all enjoyed
themselves to the utmost. The follow *
ing are the namei of the committeemen -
men :
Committee of arrangements John
Shcahan , Charles Hanley , Thomas
Kennedy , T. Boyle , M. Whalen.
Floor managers Dennis Ryan ,
John Sheahan , M. Lee , Owen McCaf
Why dose yourse ves with nauseat
ing medicines , when a purely fruit
cathartic will cure you at once Ham
burg Figs. Try them.
Army Orders.
The following special orders are
issued from Ihe headquarters of the
Department of the Platte :
FORT OMAHA , May 16,1880.
Second Lieutenant Stephen J. Mul-
hall , 14th infantry , is detailed as a
member of the general court-martial ,
convened at Iforfc Douglac , U. T. , by
paragraph 1 , special orders No. 40 ,
current serlei , from these headquar
Chaplain G. W. Simpeon , U. 8. A. ,
is relieved from duty at FortMcPher-
son , Neb. , and will report , in persoB ,
without delay , to the commanding of-
Seer Fort Robinson , Neb. , for duty.
Upon the recommendation of the
medical director of tbe department ,
Captain and Assistant Surgeon Henry
McElderry , U. S. A. , will , upon the
withdrawal of the battalion 14th in
fantry from camp on White river , accompany -
company it to the railroad. He will
then repair to Fort D. A. Russell , W.
T. , and report for temporary duty at
that place.
Upon the recommendation of the
medical director of the department ,
the commanding officer , camp on
White river , Colorado , will , upon the
withdrawal of the battalion of the
Fourteenth Infantry , order one of the
hospital stewards now with his com
mand , to report ia person to the com
manding officer , camp on Snake river ,
W. T. , for duty thereat.
FOUND. A sure cure tor constipa
tion : Hamburg Figs , 25c per box , for
wlebyall drugjjwU.
A living sinner is better than a dead
aint , and if neuralgia troubles you ,
NOTICE AdvertlMmenta To Let For Sal
Lost , Found , Wants , Boarding : &c.t will be In
Mrtod In these columns once for TEN CENT
perllnt ; each subsequentInKrtlon.FrVE CENT
per line. The flrat insertion never less tha
ms CEHW.
MOSSY TO iidAM j > n ioproved security
W. R BARTLETT , Red Estate Ayen
Office 217 south 13th 8t. B75-
-VTO TO LOAH-Cad at Law Offlea
, jJL D. L. THOMAS. Room 8. Crejghton Bled
ONF.Y TO LOAN 1109 Farnham street
M Dr. Edwardn Loan Agency. nov-22-U
- A gifl to dd genenl housework
WANTED- door cait of tigU t-.hooi. o
Capitol avinue. C01-J8
ANTEP A girl for general houiswork , a
250 Jackson etieet , MM. A. Murpby. 599 1
'ANIED-Agirlat 414 Twentieth street.
602 at
Oirl for gcnerrl housework , a
A German girl for washing , IronIng
Ing , and gcnral housework. Ooodwa
ffe. to a competent person. Appy a
LEHUANN'3 , t21 south 17lh St. , opposit
Jones et. 574-1
- 314 Seventeenth Street , be
tween Chicago and Davenport. S86-1
- cirl , northwest corner 20th
an I Davenport. 678-t
WANTED for geu'ral housework , a
GIRL - Restaurant , 13 Jockton St
WANTED ABodcoikatTlZART'S Pala-e
Restaunnt. [ 5 S-U
V Y southeast comer 10th and Davenport.
WANTSO Mearant room and Board in pi i
vate fitnily. by ayounjlady : best of re ?
erence given and required. AdOrecs O , this
office. 003-18
HOARDING can 'be nad on California
DAY , south Bide , 3 doers west of 16th
WANTED A Drnpelst , craduate of Uernuii
Unlversfty , w th 12je < r eiperltnca In
who'ewle and retail stores , wants a poail < n
Eett rc < frencei given. Addrest DRUOOI3T
this orticr. E01O
TORY , 1410 Farnbam St. fW
3 c at makt aud 2 pants m.k
ers. BAL1SH , Djuzlas , next door t <
Cruickshank. 58315
T 534-1
A CARPENTER wanted to build ono or t
J\ frame co'tagrs. See DR EDWARDS
1109 Farnham Street. 683 t
* TTTANTED A Rood hand on custom panta am
\ V vests , nun or womin. Apply at 122t
Farhhambticet , near 13th. Omaha. Neb. 562-15
T > ID8 WILL BE RECEIVED fjr buiMinjr
JD Frame House * ndellat Casiady Coma
i } Bids to close May 16h. Right to rejec
fill bids regeived. For information apply No
279 Nichols Street P. FHELAN.
Ox * UA , M yllth. 1850. f 67-16
By i man of good business alii
WANTED permanent situation. Address K
B. This Office. 683-V
0 App > to FRANK RAMGE. (67-t
TNTRLLIOENUE OFFICE , corner 16th am
J Davenport 410-tf
- FOR BEtfr , corner ISth and St
HOU-3E ' Atcnue. Enquire on tee premises.
T710K RENT By June 1st. A nic ) cottagr
I ) and itable on upp-r Pouzlas Street ,
blocks from Po tofflo/j. fa julre 1210 Farnham
Street. - ' B66-t
Bargains In Houses , Lots , Farms anc
Lands , In his now column on 1st page.
RENT Two-story frame house with
brick basement , on corner 10th and Pierce
Corner Faruham and llth St. FRED MOEULE
TjtaOjtT PARLOR in new house to rent , far
JD nishcd with board , rortheut comer 17tl
and Chicago. 6f9 15
An flejant front room. Enqnlre
FORBENT Dodce Street. 670-t
fjlOHJlENT Double room , Jacob's Block.
_ E _ _ _ 527-t
RENT Furnished roomscheap ; by wee
EOR month. Apply at AMERICAN HOUSE.
RENT A splendid Photograph Oal err
1OR RENT } of room 569 Fifteenth a tree
F Jacob's Block , 'arms mwnnahla. 3M-t
\l \ 9vcr BEM1S'new column of baryalna on H
SALE-Stock of h r ! we with tin she
FOR cOnhecti-n , In the flour 'ns ' youn
town of t. fiswold , Cari County Iowa. &B for a man who wants to go Into the Hi
wdre biiiirets. Addrtes , JAS. A. IIAHNS
BERflEB , Cwwoltl , Itjtrs. 603 2S-e-nlaw2-
FOR SALE A good pony , or will eichan ?
for a good cow. Address J. MICHAEL.
Bee Office. 595-1
T7IOR SALE House and lot , with 94 feet front
J ? 12S feet deep , and well , c'etcrn , on come
bf Learcnworth an-1 24th Sts. 633-2
rniOR S AtE Small roda foiihtatn in good con
C dltion. D. W. SAXG , eorntr 13th and
Farnham. * 077-t
J. Coarse bank ( and , grarel for gardens ani
moukin ? sand will be delirert d at short notice
Leave orders t H. Sierks. 1414 Farnham , ant
Chailcs Brandcs , 921 } Farnham Stl. 1IA S
BOCK , Successor to Charles Daniel , 652 t
TOR SALE Cottonwocd lumber of all slzes.a
JD BEDilOJtD'S , gisteenth-st. ' 5161
look o\er BEMIS' new column on 1st page
FOR SALE largo be r casks , good for els
tern purposes , at KRUO'8 Brewery.
MILK Twenty to twenty-four quarts or 01
dollar by John T. Faulaon.
FOR SALE A s-jtU awelltrtghoU3 , nett to
0. H. Collins residenc , corner 13.h . and
Capitol Avenue , f or information call at 0. H.
& J. 8. COLLINS , 131 Famham 505-tf
FOR SALE Oood iiouse and lot , with * good
w Il , corner 14lh and PienH Stfeets. En
quire of Fred Lang. 8 OE1S. 487-lm
T10R SALE A Grist MllL Applyat
11 472-tf L.B WILLIAMS & SON.
rOR SALR A New American Hewing MaD -
D chine In good condition , vrith all attach
ments , ilurtie Boldbefora the 16th of May.
For information apply at ATKINSON'S Millinery
Store , corner Douglts and 13th Streets. .474-tf
TJIOR SALE-Two of the celebrated J. M.
JD Brunswick & Balk Co.'a Nonpareil Bil
liard Tables. Nearly hew. For gale cheap.
230-tf - C. W. .HAMILTON ,
TTlOUND- hp-robe. The owner can have It
JD by cialllng at the carpenter shop , Tenth
street , between Farnham and Douglas , and pay.
ing for this notice. 630-14
Dark red ccw star in forehead , one
LOST broken , clip ia each ear , short tail ,
information as to her wbereaoouta will be libf rally -
ally rewarded at West ft Fntchtrs , Douglas
staeet , Omiha. " *
XT OTICE My wife Margaret Smith , having
JN Itft my bed and board , I hereby notify all
concerned not to trust her on ay account as I
her. WM.
will jay no bills contracted by
IBAYED From the premises of the under-
§ rgned , one strawberry colored cow , one
n broken off A reward will be paid for her
return. A. M , McOAVOCK , Tenth and V. P.
Depot. sraifi
mAKKH UP Two r d cowj t Asher Gardner
JL Place on Wtst Caminj Street. JOHN
BUNDE8SON. 691-17
Two small roan milch cow. . one
STRAYED cut off. A. MEYER , Tenth
Stre' t Meat Market. 5B6-15
POR A FINE Kcaiiicnvc front , Doom
counter , Mantle , Store fitting , veneered
work go to 1310 Dodge street , A. F. BAFERT &
CO. . Builder * . aD26evaat-tfr
nXAKEN UP A bay pony , with white la-e and
J. one white hind foot. . CAKSTE.V
KUHWNER , McArdle Predcct. SeTytbSt.
TEKOVAlr i hare remoria my stock to the
JCV corner 14th and Can. Those wanting any
goods In my line will do well to call , as I am
offering lens lhar > tout. E. F. COOK. 423-Im
OS1NAR hisrtmoTod from Tenth Street to 1118
O Farnham St. Oire him a call. nplS-lm
IM tart receireda , Jot"of
r firrited to oil .
11 C ;
$2 TO $5 PER ACRE.
20,000 Acres
6 to 12 Miles from Omaha ,
$6 to $10 per Acre , on
Long lime and
Low Interest ,
Large tracts suitable for
Colonies in- all the best
Counties in the State ,
80,000 acres scattered
through Iowa.
A large number of Improved
Frrms in Nebraska , many of
them near Omaha , $12 to $40
per aore.
An Immense List of
Consisting of Bleganb Resi
dences irotn $3,000 to S2O-
000. Many thousand vacant
lots in the additions to Omaha.
Hundreds of lots scattered
through the City. Housts and
Lots , Business Houses and
Lots , and all kinds of Ci y
Heal Estate.
We also have
on Improved Farms in Doug
las County , on 5 years time , at
1O percent , interest to all-who
can show good titles.
Slaps of Douglas and Sarpy
Counties for sale ,
Boggs & Hill ,
1408 Farn , St. , Omaha , Neb.
For Kent.
Splendid cot'age , 6 rooms , all in the best con
dition , fruit and shade trees , stable , hard and
bott water , and 4 Acres of Ground , $120 a year.
West Omaha , will sell fo : 91,630.
For Sale ,
House and foil lot on Webster Street , best loca
tion In the city , $1,500 ; easy tern's.
Twenty Thousand Dollars in email well secur
ed mortgages ranging from $200 to $1,000 , drawIng -
Ing 10 per cent interest , hare been lately placed
in our hands for sale , at small discount. Per
sons bavin ? a HUIe money to spare can make a
Eaio and profitable loan in this way , without any
exponsa or commissions.
BOG03 and HILL.
For Sale *
Church Property and Personage in South Omaha ,
near Depot , at a very reasonable price.
Cottage and Lot ,
New 1-story frame house , 4 rooms , S closetg'-lO
foot ceilings , double doors , etc. , 85 barrel cis
tern , full lot , all in No. 1 condition , G blocks
from High School ; I860 , on monthly payments ,
small cash payment required.
Real Estate Brokers.
New nooses.
We ara now prepared to build house ) worth
from 8400 to $300 on our lota in our new addition ,
28th and 29th and Famham.DougIas and Dodge ,
and sell on email monthly payments.
$000 to $1,000
will buy you a new house , with ono of the finest
lots in pmaha , on email montlily payment ! .
BpGUU and HILL ,
For Sale ,
House and Let on Street car-track , Shinn i iaa "
tlon , Sl,9oO. BOCQ3 and HILL.
A New House
And fall lot , one-half block from street can ,
Shlnn's Addition , $1,376.
B < ' GG3 and HILL.
Tlie Cheapest
Residence Property in Omaha must be sold in-
Blunter , W i Lot 4 , Block 47 , with a No. 1 house
of 7 rooms and all well improred ; southeast
corner 21it and Cass. Want best offer.
For Sale ,
Fine young hone , well broka aud suitable for a ,
lady to drive. BOOua and E ILL.
We want a contract to hava 208 acre ! cf land
broke at once. BOO 08 and Hir.r. .
Cheap Lots.
Look at the lot In our new addltton be t
lots for the money In Omaha , 28th and Farnham.
Residence Lots for Sale.
200 Lots in Kountze and
Ruth's Addition.near business ,
good BUrroundingslotscovered
withyounf * trees , and are the
choicest , cheapest and nearest
business of auy lots in the mar
ket. By all means look at lots
in Kountze and Euth's addition
before purchasing elsewhere.
Will sell on monthly payments.
Prices S40O to $650.
1000 .Residence Lots
Fronting 8.0.10 and llth streets. B tu 10 blocks
south of depot , many of these lots are very de
sirable and for men of small means are now tbe
cheancit and most easily purchased lots In Oma
ha. Prices 8250 to 8300. Monthly payment * .
BOOG and Hi T
15 Choice Lots
On Park Wild Avcnna. only 3 to 4 blocks from
Depot , 1500 to 600. Uonthlj paymentJ-
GG of the Finest Lets
n Omaha , 10 to 12 blocks west of Postofflce and
loort House , on Farnbam , Douglas and Dodge
tracts ; finest views in the city from these lota.
Prices * 200 to 1300 , on payments of $5 to tlO
> er month.
Z Houses
And two-thirds of a lot , Chicago street , between
2th and 12th ; rents for * 300 a year. Price
1,600. BOOOS and HILL.
Houses and Lots.
KetrZ-etory residence corner lot , choice loca
tion , 4 blocks fromPcstofflce ; 83,600.
2 Houses and south } lot 1 , block 12 , on west
de of 18th street , between California and Web-
ter streets ; 12,200
BOGOS apJ nrr/r.
2-Story Brick House
With full lot , 2 block ! from new Court Hoon *
2,150. EOCJGS and HILL ,
Lots 1 and 2 , block 230 $2,739
UitS.block 15 1,603
Lot 2 , block 81 . " . . . GCO
oti 5 and 6 , block 252 1,200
south i Lots 1 aud 2 , block 281 1,000
East J Lot'A Mock 12l _ 2,500
West * Lot 2 , block 121 2,5uO
Lot 6 , block 227 _ 00
1S3 feet Lot 4 , block 204 ! ,000
East } Lot7 , block 102 , . , . . . „ $1 , X >
West J Lot 8 , bbck J02 . , 1,400
Middle 1 Lots , block 102 , , , . . . iiOO ;
lastLot8bock 102 , „ . . . . , , 2,000
t 6. block 259 , 00
C t J Lot 6 , block 101 : ) , &
H'eiti Lot 9 , block IP- . . . , . aW |
IT' fthKJ8an4niHii 'I
* . _ * * I
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Immense Stock for
Fine Custom-Made
Men's Suits ,
Boys' Suits
Children's Suits.
For Men ,
Boys , and
Under-Wear , Hats and Caps ,
Trunks and Valises , at
Prices to Suit All.
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
We are now prepaid to take orders for the justly celebrated clothing o
this house , which for Durability , Style and Cheapness are unsurpassed. Wa
have now on hand the best Bdleoted stock of Clothing , Shirts , Farnish-ng
Gcods , etc. in the city.
Boston Clothing House ,
UBBB a Straight Self-Setting Needle and
makes the Double-Thread
"Lock-Stitch. "
It ia the Perfection of Mechanism for
Fringing , Euffling , Gathering , Hem
stitching , Etc.
It ia adapted to every variety of sowing , from the
lightest muslins to the heaviest clothi , an-i " ' ' 1 do
greater range of work than any other machine.
It has the moat complete attachments ever applioJ fo
a Sewing Machine , and among these we call attention
to our Adjustable Underbraider , which is superior to
all other braiders , and ia not furnished with any other
It is the Simpliest , Easiest-Running , best-made , and
most elegantly ornamented machine in the world , and
combines in one machine every requisite to produce a
perfect machine.
Ladies are especially invited to examine the "NEW
HOME , " and become conversant with its merits.
N. W. Onr. 16th & Wflbstar. OMAHA. NEB.
Propose for the next ninety (90) ( ) days to sell their
entire stock of
Diamonds , Watches ,
Jewelry , Clocks ,
SilverWare ,
Pianos & Organ ,
A 1ST 33
At Manufacturing Prices , Which is from 15 to 20 per
cent , below any Eastern Wholesale House ,
preparatory to moving into their
New Store , Cor. llth & Farnham
We Mean Business , Conic and be Convinced.
Pianos and Organs Sold on Easy
Monthly Installments.
A. HOSPE , Jr ,
151ft Hedge Strccf :
922 Douglas St. . Near 10th. Omaha , Neb.
ANI > -
Orders Solicited. Sampled Sent on. Application.