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THE DAILY BEE.
Monday Morning , August 9.
Republican Begistration ,
"Under the rules established by tre
epublicin central committee of
Douglas county for the conduct of the
primary election which takes place
Thursdty , August 2Gth , no parson
will bo allowed to veto at thece prima
ries unlcgR his name appears in the
Srcpnblican ngistration list. Every
xepublicpn citizen who is enli'led to
vote at the next general election willbe
j-egistered by us upon making personal
application. The undersigned will sit
For registration from now until the
23rd day of August , and hereby invite
all republicans who desire to take
Jiart in the coming primary election to
come furwari and register their names.
JJy order of the executive committee.
E. D. M LAUGHLIK ,
D. S. JJK.NTON- ,
D. H. KEXXISOX ,
P. S. Registration , Saturday , wiU
\akeplaceatthe Gatfield and Arthur
r.lub rooms between the hours of 9 and
11 a. m. and 2 and 5 p. in. , and in the
'vouing 7 to 9 o'clock at Keselt-r's , on
Thirteenth street. Monday at 9:20 : a.
in. to 12.30 p. m. , and from 2 p m.
to 5 p. m. at Parr'd Tenth street drug
Pateraon hella coal.
I , , -Try Saxe's Coffee Cream Soda.
Potter ia running the Omaha ferry.
T Warranted tooth brushes , KuhnV.
Excellent Cream Soda at Saxe'e.
Elegant perfumes at Jvuhn'a drug
Yesterday was a moderately quiet
Seiflenberj ; & Co.'a Key West Ci-
yara at S.isc's.
Eight Dacca went out to settle at
Grand Island ycsterdsy.
The Union Pacific nine be.it
Council Bluff * 19 to 0 Saturday.
Emigrant traval westward is light
Jiow only one car out fost night.
The U. P. Band excursion to
Ss'orth Bend Saturday ; Will be the
eront of ihc week.
John Flrgal & Co. have pur
chased the tailoring establishment ol
Ihelato Mr.J. U. Thiule.
Two men wore arrested asdescit
ters Saturday , by Ofiicer O'Donohoe.
who yesterday took them to Fori
Omaha to be identified. This tin
tiflicers L i'cd to do , and they wen
A couplo'was out riding on Slier
5 iti a\-enuc yestcrdayvhen the horsi
look fright and ran away , bringing uj
nainst a barbed wire fcnco in UK
Vicinity. The atumnl wns terribh
3-tcerated in the eido. This is ihc
third similar accident at that spot
"ivithin a hhorttime.
The committee of arrangement !
lor the firemen's tournament nro en
dtiavoring to secure Jcffcraon squan
for the plico of asiembling. A etani
lvill be erected in the centre for tin
speakers , nnd a grand countcrmard
velll be made around the aquaro b ]
Horace B. Phillies , manager o
Ihe Hop Bitters base ball club , hs
been missing nitico Saturday , the 2itl
ult. , he having left Rochester , N. Y.
at that time with money to pay th
club , and the company odors a rowan
tof § 100 for news of him or where hi
Jnay ba found. Ho ia about 28 year ;
old , 5 feet C inches tn height , sligh
built , thin face , dark blue eyes.
Now that Tanner has complete !
l.ia fast , he is expected to take thi
- The Sixteenth street folks wan
t lat thoroughfare sprinkled , and an
villing to pay for it.
Lots , Farms , Homes and Lands
Look over Bemis' now column of bar
g ins on find pi ge.
Foil llnuT. Store building , 17-
I.irnham &treet , Bot. llth and 12th
.Apply to Jno. A. Crclghton. tf
For Lands , Lola , Houses am
Farms , look overBemia' new columi
on 1st page. Bargains.
Rev. J. W. Ingram will creacl
on "How to Pray Acceptably , " a
Saratoga school homo , to-morrow , a
X p. m.
The river continues to fall , bu
very slowly. Probably an inch over
two days will cover tha subsidence a
Dta. Dinsmooro and Gifford
; Hrimrejpathtc Physicians nud Sur
flBOiis , Williams Block , cor. 15th an <
DoJge streets. ood-tf
A valuable horse belonging ti
Mjor Chamber * , was killed Thursday
by falling over an embankment nea
tbo new government corral.
Yuiquost of Omaha , has arrangei
to have one car of ice shipped fron
Sioux City dally for a while ; and late
in the season two cars per day.
The Durant engine nnd hos
company elected the followin" officer
n Thursday evening : Foreman , J
McDonald first awistnnt , J. Sheehar
fcecond assistant , J. Fagan ; presided
J. Cillahan ; treasurer , J. Clairjsecn
tary , H. Evans.
A dispatch from Rawlins receive
S ti urdy predicts that Big Nose Gcorg
will be lynched at Carbon. He passe
through the ci y yesterday , and it wi
bi remembered that the sheriff inti
mated that the prisoner's fate was n <
llkoly to bo decided by any court.
A detective named Gates , froi
Tennessee , arrived in this city Fride
evening from California , having i
cus'oay a notorious cracksman , wit
hfelf a duzan or more aliases. . He w :
wwite'd moioarticularl in Tonne ;
Me to answer to the cWgo of gran
larceny. The prisoner was heavil
ironed , and a nnmbtr of persons bi
lie ved him to be the notorious Bende
The price reduced on all shirts , i
the Omaha Shirt Factory , 1207 Fan
ham street near 12th. Call for pri (
Headquarters lor Joe Schlitz
Milwaukee beer at MEKCUTS' E :
K. E. Cor. 16th and Dodg
A Decoration Conferred by
the Supreme Court Upon
a Victorious Cor
The B. 5s M. United With the
St. Paul & Omaha
Yesterday afternoon between 3 and
4 o'clock the creasing of the Omaha
and Southwestern over the Union Pa
cific , in the river bottom , was made
without any further obstruction on
the part of the latter. The hour
chosen was that least likely to inter
fere with the running of trains which
constantly pass to and fro between the
shops and the yards. fJnder the di
rection of Superintendent Holdregea
force of 120 men and three grave ]
trains were put at the w mple-
ting the track and grade of the
0 , & S. W. to the U. P. , where the
rails were quickly cut , the frogs put
down and the end accomplished , for
which a railroad war had nearly been
precipitated , and the courts were ap
pealed to , to prevent violence. But
few were present at the time except
the workingmen , and very few knew
what was going on until the work was
done. The engines were running
over the new crossing at 4 o'clock and
at night the signal lantern and a small
bunfiro lighted up a scene as peaceful
"Us the opening had been exciting.
PERSONAL , PARAGRAPHS.
Judge Lake came up from Lincoln
W. J. Broatch has returned from
Clifton Springs , N. Y.
Major GnEtsvus Stevenson started
to Baltimore Saturday evening.
M. T. Dennis , the New England
agent cf the U. P. , residing at Boston ,
is in the city.
Mr. E. L. Stone and family left
Saturday afternoon for a three weeks'
visit in Illinois.
Miss Jennie M. McKoon has gone
to Denver avid the mountains on a
two weeks' visit.
Mrs. Bertram Hansen , wife of the
well known U. P. agonl , is reported
very ill indeed.
\V. .1. Cuddy , of The Grand Island
Times , was in ( ho city yesterday , and [
left last night for Kearney.
Mr. L. Harrington , the well-known
C. A : N. W. contractor CRHIO in from
the cast Friday , and returned last
P Prof. Ed. A. Chapman , a prominent
elocutioni't of New York , is in the
city , and will remain here a fen
Rjbert Liw , superintendent of the
mountain division of tha Union Pa
cific , came in from Cheyeuno Satur
, Geo. Meyers , formerly in the fj. P ,
teirgraph office , this city , wa's in towi
yesterday aud returned to Kansai
Cily in the evening.
George Greesman , of Sandusky , 0.
who has been in the city on busincs
connected with the nail works , lef
jor homa ytsterday.
Col. M. de L. Wagner , of The Re
publican , left last evening forlnli
ana , via the Wabash fast line. Hi
will bo absent about two weeks.
Gei ) . Myeis quartermaster U. S
A. , stationed at Chicago , passe <
through the city Saturday afternooi
cn route from California to Chicago
George Dickinson , Esq. , U. P
train dispatcher and bridge director
made a flying trip to BrunsuicM ) o :
the Wabash last night , returning thi
F. S. Williams , brother of F. B
" \VillIams. has arrived in the city fron
San Francisco to take a position n
oparator in the American Union tele
Rev. Dr. Souncschein and Di
Deutch , of SL Louis , two of the moa
prominent Jewish divines in that re
giou , are in thu city for the purpose
wo understand , of organizing a lodg
of the I. 0. I.
Mas Meyer goes to Quincy am
Chicago , this week , leaving to-day , I
purchase the marble columns forth
front of his new corner building 01
, Eleventhand Farnham , tha clock fo
the tower ; etc.
Matt. Patrick went out to Rocl
Dr. Summers left on the noon trail
Saturday for Ogden.
J. M. Bennett , of the U. P. , wen
Saturday to Rawlins.
Byron Reed's family have returns
from Lake Miimotonka.
Mr. E. L. Eaton , the photographei
left Saturday for Now York on
Sir John Reed and a party of En :
lishmcn went west to Rawlins Saturda
to take a grand hunt.
Charles H. Merrill , Governc
Nance's private sncretary , came u
from'Lincoln Friday night.
Henry Daland , an engineer of tt
Union Pacific , Jeft Friday for Sa
LBKO on a pleasure trip of tuo week :
Messrs. J. Reiner and C. G. Hoe
for IIRVO Becurcd the privilege of prin
ing the daily programme of the stal
J. W. Booth , of the U. P. telegrap >
office , has been appointed local ticki
in n cnt ot Council Bluffs , of the Wabas
n Dr. W. H. Ktmberliii and famili
th of Kansas City , arrived from Colorao
ai Friday evening and are visiting with 1
id Hon. L. M. Bsnnctt went west ti
day for the purpose of arranging fc
a new line of eleepers on the Utah
Northern narrow-guaga line.
Hon. Geo. H. Paul , editor fi
atn many years of the Milwaukee New
nce the leading democratic paper in "Wi
ce consin , and ex-member of the sta
senate , is in the city , registered at ti
8 WithnolL *
See Polack'a advertisement ,
A GQKGEOUS AFFAIR.
Elaborate Preparations for the
Knight Templar Conclave ,
The Nebraska Battallion to go
Via the Rock Island.
Probably the Last Conclave of
One week from yesterday the Ne
braska Battsllion of Knights Templar
will leave this city for Chicago to at
tend the trisnuial grand conclave ,
which begins August 1C. The battal-
lion will be about two hundred strong ,
and will include about fifty ladies.
Same delay has occurred in making
the arrangements in regard to the
route , but it is understood now that
that question has been settled , and all
other preliminaries have been previ
The Northwestern railway offered to
run them through by a special train of
day coaches , infitteen , hours , leaving
Council Bluff ] about G a. m.
on Sunday , and arriving in
Chicago at 0 p. in. , or thc-y would
leave at 10 a. m. Sunday with a train
of Pullmans aud reach the Like City
on Monday at 10 o'clock.
The Rock Island offered to do
whatever any other road would do
and as the Ivanhoe Commandcry of
Council Bluffs determined Thursday
night to go by the latter route and
the Grand Coinmandery of Iowa will
take their train at Des Moines , it was
thought best to decide npoii that
route. Ivauhoo wanted to take a
Pullman train and run as above but
as the Nebraska Knights determined
upon the.fast , day special , it is likely
that they will change their minds and
Nebraska and Iowa will go into Chica
go on the same train. The Lincoln
Knights favored the C. , B. & Q. and
the B. & M. , via Plattsmouth , and to
obviate any difficulty in this regard
the Union Pacific offered to bring
them up via the 0. tt R. V. on the
same terms. The sub-committee
which had charge of transportation
was composed of Hn. . E. K. Long ,
of this city , and S. G. Owen , of Lin
As stated above the Nebraska
Knights do iot go in under the name
of any comtnalidery , but simply as a
battallion , under the direction of the
officers of llio grand commandery.
The roster tent iu. to Chicago on July
31 , included 179 names , while over a
dozen hive since been added , and tht
Falls City comraandery , which will
undoubtedly send its quota , yet remains -
mains to be heard from. The tickets
are good f < . > r thiity days , but it is
probable that the main bjdy will leave
Chicago on the return trip Fridaj
morning , as the conclive terminate !
its session Thursday evening. Tin
headquarters of the battallion in Chi'
cage will bo the Gardiner house.
The Knights Tempi r , of California ,
to the number of five hundred , wil
leave San Francisco by a special trait
on the afternoon of August 10 , am
will arrive in Omaha en route to tin
triennial coiiclivo at Chicago , on tin
afternoon of Saturday , August 14. D
W. Hi'chcoclr , G.V. . P. A. , of th ,
Burlington road , went west a fov
days ago to return with them , and wil
t ke them on to Chicago. Ol
the evening before leaving Sal
Francisco , a grand standard whicl
was made in the cast will bo con
secrated in public hall. This standan
will be a ir.sjjnificent affair , six fee
hhli ; hy five wide , embroidered am
worked up in the richest stj Ie. Th
ceremony of consecration as epeciall ;
i. provided is very imposing. All thi
Knights of the state have been re
quested to be present at the ceromon ;
and many will undoubtedly attend.
The price for each passenger t
Chicago and return ia fixed at § 11G
with sleepers and meals extra. Th
price for sleepers both ways will b
§ 32 , nnd if two occupy one berth hal
price will bo charged. Tickets will b
good for the return trip at any tim ,
within ninety dayeso opportunity wil
ba given for a couple cf months' stn ;
or travel in the eastern states. Th
railread companies cist of Chicagi
will grant tickets at excursion rates t
Knights that may wish to visit th
eastern cities before their return t
this coast. This is the first hall far
from San Francisco to Chicago. Th
C. , B. & Q. , wo understand , will rui
a special train from the transfer.
PEErAEATIONS TOU THE PAGEANT.
The department 01 preparation tha
will no doubt yield the greatest pleis
ure to the greatest number during th
Knights Templar conclave aud carni
val is that of ducoratiou. The arrange
mcnts for transporting guests , lods
ing them , entertaining them , and cai
iug for them generally , are in a man
ner of hospitjlitv that confessed !
will be unsurpassed , but the popula
heart , according to all precedent , wil
ba stirred by nothing so profound !
as by the beautiful in form and coloi
in devices that charm the eye in them
eelves and thrill the toul , perhaps , b
loftiness or sacredness of association
and in spectacular effects presented t
the leist observant sisht-seer tha
are impossible elsewhere. Th
process of ingenious plannin
baa been going on for over a year an
the work progresses rapidly , citizen
and locil commanderies vieing wit
each other as to which shall achiov
the mo't attisticand beautiful result !
A score of grand triumphal archf
will ba erected iu close succession , on
at the intersection of every cros
street , from Adams south to near 22c
Block afterblock.tho airy aud yet eul
sfontial structures will embody boaut
It and grace all alike in general oui
line and construction , but all wet
s. derfully varied in detail , no two bein
s.f f- alike in prevailing color. Each wi
ft spring from a small thicket of foliagi
tte plants and evergreens , not less tha
te 2000 evergreens having been receivec
The ground dimensions of each wi
be the same , the entire squares :
h the points of intersection being coi
ot ered In height , all the arches bi
ih one the grand arch of review in tl :
center of the line will be forty-fii
feet , and the last will be fifty. A
y , four faces of each arch will ba "trea
io ed. " the north and south one ? , facir
ior. the procession , of course , more elal
crately , while the roof in every cai
will be a lace work of garland ? , lil
vines trailing over the lattice cf
summer house. The arches incluc
& the "memorial arch , " "arch of we
come , " etc. , with each ataterepresen
ed in the course of the march. N
or brafika , California , Kansas , Colorac
and Wyoming have their arch , large
of green , at Twentieth street.
iste THE LAST. .
It is the prevailing opinion of en
be nent Knights Templar that this w :
be the last occasion of this kind th
will occur in many years , as it will . >
j far eclipse anything of the kind th ;
can be arranged in other cities that
none will have-the desire to emulate
tne success of the Chicago Knights.
Again , the fact that the occasion is
the meeting of a legislative bodywith
important wbrk oh its hands , is lost
sight of in the gorgeous pageantry
thrown around it , and the work seri
ously interfered with.
San Francisco will endeavor to se
cure the next conclave , and it is the
general opinion that she will get it ,
and as it will of course be impossible
to get eo great a number of knights
and visitors there , the absenca of such
extensive "doinga" as have character
ized the conclave at Cleveland and
this at Chicago , will be comparatively
Among the prizes to bo awarded is
a beautiful sword to be given the best
drilled commanding. The blade of
the sword is of the finest steel , and
etched in relief with numerous devices
of the knightly order , and the In
scription : "First Prize , Chicago ,
1880. " The hilt ia a masterpiece of
the goldsmith's work , designed in a
succession of Templar emblems , to be
set with diamondsrabies and emeralds.
At the guard of the blade
blade the hilt represents Constantino's
tent and dream. The arms terminate
in triangles richly embossed with cross
-xnd crown , and surmounted by a
Knight in full armor in the second
movement of drawing his sword , and
forma the body of the hilt. The
sheath is solid nickle , embossed and
relieved with gold ornamentations
and appropriate emblems. The value
of the sword is § 600 , and will become
the unconditional property of the
commandery winning it. The Grand
Standard , a special prize , to accom
pany the sword , can be held only af
ter three successful frials.
The 5c and lOc Biting Room , 1417
Douglas street , is the plica to get
The much-looked-for open letter
to P. W. Hitchcock is crowded out to
day for want of space , but will appear
A VALUABLE ACQUISITION.
Dr. W. B. Gilford Joins Dr. C.
M. Dinsinoore in Part
Although almost every field of pro'
fefsional labor may appear to be filled ,
yet we have received another acquisi
tion in the person of Dr. W. B. Giff <
ord , late of Attica , N. Y. , who has re
cently associated himself with Dr. C.
31. Dinsmore. We have been permit
ted to read several very coin'
mendatory letters from promincnl
gentlemen of Buffalo , addressed tt
Dr. DinEinore , in which his associate
is spoken of in the highest terms
Among many others Is one from Dr ,
A. R. Wright , president of the No ?
York State Hoir.ceopathic society
which , coming from so high an au
thority , canno' fail to bu well re
ceived , in which this gentleman ha.
given his unqualified reconimondatioi
of Dr. G fford as a physician and man
The following , from The Buffali
Courier , of July 15th , however , ma ;
be appended :
"Dr. W. B. Gifford , a prominen
Homoeopathic physician of Attica , N
Y. , and formerly of this city , was ii
town Tuesday on his way to Omaha
Nebraska , in which city ho is to taki
up his permanent residence. Dr
Giflbrd lived hero for several years
and was a valued assistant of Dr
A. R. Wright , under whose tuitioi
ho graduated with high honors. Fo
a time ho practiced in this city , bu
finding an escel'ent opening in Atti
ca , he removed there four years ago
and since that time has been remark
ably successful in his profesionrank
ing as one of the leacing physicians ii
that ecction. It was with sincere re
gret that the people c
Attica bade him good-by
and these unite with his numerou
friends in this citv in wishing forhir
the full measure of success to which h
is entitled and which ha ia sure to ai
tain. Dr. Giffcrd is a good phyfciciar
and the people of Omaha will find hit
worthy of their confidence and esteon
o both professionally and aocia'.ly. H
goes to become a partner in busine !
with Dr. C. M. Din more , who , we ui
deratand , is one of the best physician
of that city. "
o Dr. Gifford has come here to staj
and has been induced to settle in th :
city by the flattering outlook of prai
tice as built up by Dr. Dhisraorewh
has found many people anxious to si
cure homoeopathic treatmentwhich I
has not been able to fully attend t
on account of pressing duties connec
od with his Turkish Batha. The h
tcr gentleman will continue his pe :
sonal supervision of the Sanitariun
the general practice being under tt
especial supervision of his new assi
Go to the 5c and lOc Eating Rooi
for pure Ice Cream.
Everybody should remember the T
P. Band Excursion and Basket Pi
nic Saturday , August 14th , to Nor !
Bend. Tickets for the round tri
only § 1 00. The programme includ <
dancing , all kinds of games , the wii
ner of each game will receive a ham
some prize valued at SI to Slo ; all
glass ball and target shooting. A fv
programme of the days doings will I
published next week.
No better place to get boots a :
23 shoes that will stand the wear in ai
3g kind of weather and work , than
1. Fullriedo's , on Douglas near 13th SI
a- Men's Alexis SI 25 , other grades
ay at - suit in price and quality.
Capitol Lodge will meet for Mast
0 | Masons' work on Wednesday evenii
in next. S. K. JACKSON ,
3. aug7-2t Master.
v" Grand Concert Sunday evening 1
F. M. Steinhauser's Orchestra , co
FO eisting of 1G of the beat musicians.
Fruit of all Kinds ,
at Bargains. FLEMING'S.
e A Surprise Party.
L-e A very pleasa'it surprise was Frid
ie evening given Mr. and Mrs. Jol
slit - Chollman , at their residence on 18
it- street , south of St. Mary's aventi
It was the tenth anniversary of th <
wedding day , aud a number of tb <
friends determined to make it a mei
orable dayi A party ot over 6f
11- friends w&s notified to assemble at t
iat house in the evening , and a nnml >
so of persons , including John Erck , ,
seat partner of Mr. Chollman'fl , G. i
Llndquest , A. Peterson , Sam. Burg-
Strom , Benzon fc Johnson , C. J. and
Ben. Westerdahl , Mrs. A. G. Dahl-
strom , Mrs. Frank Sasstrom ,
and others , united in the
purchase of an elegapt and costly tea
set of silver purchased at A. B. Hu-
berman's , and appropriately engraved.
At the appointed time the party de
scended on their unsuspecting victims
and fairly took them by storm. After
the surprise was over and the presen
tation made , delicious refreshments
were served , and the rest of the even
ing , until after midnight , passed in
pleasant social enjoyments , music ,
dancing , otc. It was a .moat delight
A. F. & A. M.
There will bo a special communica
tion of Capital Lodge No. 3 , Monday
evening , August 9 , for work in thoM.
M. degree. Visiting brethren are
S. R. JACKSON , W. M.
The Peck and Powers lines now
constitute quite a ileet. Besides the
Benton , Butte and Helena , of the lat
ter line , and the C. K. Peck , Meade ,
Fontanolle , Peninah and Terry , of the
Peck line , there is the Far West ,
owned by the officers of the two lines ,
the Niobrara , owned by Capt. Haley ,
the Batchelor , owned by Capt. Grant
Marsh , and the Eclipse , owned by
Pittsburg parties. All operating with
the government contract lines. Such
a fleet of serviceable boats have never
befote been controlled by one man
agement on the Missouri.
The regular rehearsal of the
Union Pacific band waa agreeably bro
ken up Friday evening by the entrance
of a surprise parly numbering a.ma
twenty couples. After favoring the
welcome visitors with a few of their
best selections the room was cleared
for dancing , which waa interlarded
with singing by the Mozart Quintette
club , who sang very nicely. Refresh
ments were served about 11 o'clock ,
embracing some of the latest delica
cies of the season. When our report
er left everybody seemed to be enjoy
ing himself to his heart's content.
The affair waa a genuine surprise , and
the managers of it deserve great credit
for the skillful manner in which it was
Among the many arriva's at the
Metropolitan hotel are the following :
M. Hallor , Detroit , Mich. ; Jacol
Schroder , Chiccgo ; H. H. Risk and
wife , John Lewis , Burlington , Ia. ; C.
R. Baker , Chicago ; J. W. Taylor
Council Bluffs ; Jas. .A. Bright , Rock
ford , 111 ; W. J. Young , Tekamah
Neb. ; Geo. A. King Nebraska City
J. S. Mclntyec , Miss Mary Mclntyre ,
Hastings , Neb. ; F. H. Warner ,
Jamestown , N. Y. ; N. B. Putnam
B. AM. R. 11. ; A. T. Howett , St ,
Louia ; E. Larklns and wife , Visa
lia , 111. ; J. H. 0. Marks , Now York-
John B. Campbell aud wife , F. H
Schundt , Chicago ; Alexander S
Bleyes , Central City , Neb.
K. H. Clark , Chicago ; J. 0. E. Metz
Jr. , New York ; C. W. Reed , Cleveland
land , 0. ; Win. Thrypshn , BufiMo , N
Y.M. ; S. Sraartz , dot ; W. H. Kcefe
NEXT VTEKK , AT CRUICKSIIANK's.
A splendid lot of Table Cloths ant
Table Napkins just arrived , haviuj
been purchased during the crcent de
n pressioii in New York , -will be sold b ;
us at prices that give our customer
all the advantage of our bargains.
Also a splendid lot of Initial Line
Cambric Handkerchiefs at § 1 50
bov with 300 , nd a rare assortraen
of Fancy Handkerchiefs , better valu
than wo have over offered befort
' > Another great Bargain in Laces , coi
sisting of Silk , Languedoc , Breton
i. Tortion and Irish , at Sc and lOc
is yard. Como early and got the fin
selection of these goods. 2t
Farmers having hay to contract , fc >
delivery at Willow Springs distiller
will do well to call on Her & Co. , 131
1'arnhain street , Omaha , without di
lay , as they will soon stop contrac
Mr. E. F. Cook Saturday received
lot of fine caskets and trimmings an
will engage in the undertaking bus
ness. Mr. Cook has had years of e :
perience in this Ijue which , tcgetlu
with his acquaintance in Omaha , wi
insure him the patronage and conl
denco of the public. He has oecure
rooms temporarily at the northwe
corner of Cass and Fourteenth street
but will move to a mora central plai
as soon as ho can get a suitable stor
' i _ . _ ' '
Ettranlce hand turned French K
Lh Butt on Shoes , for Ladies , at Ful
riede'a Low in crico.
Don't fail to go to the Tivoli Co
d- cert Sunday evening.
so Best Spring Wheat Flour S2 75 p
100. Beat Winter Wheat Flour § 3 i
per 100. Each and every sack gua
anteed to give satisfaction.
nd WILLIS M. YATES.
nyat Considerable of a sensation vr
created at midnight Saturday nig ;
ta.to by a telephone dispatch received
police headquarters from the nig ;
watchmen of the government corn
Ia answer to the call , four policem
or proceeded to a camp of five hoi
traders near the corral , and there :
rested four of the men foj outraging
woman who was taking care of t
camp , and committed them to t
city jail , together with the worn
by who was held aa a witness. Yesti
in- d.iy afternoon the prisoners we
taken before Judge Hawes , who qui
tioned them all closely concerning t
matter. It appeared from t
woman's own story that there was n
the elighteat foundation for the char
ay of rape , but that it had been a simf
tin caae of prostitution , and the men i
ith fusing to pay for the Illicit commei
ie. the vroman resorted to law for h
eir money. One of the men says that
eirm came home from town and found h
m- entertaining a tramp , which BO e
raged him that he drove them out
he camp with a neck yoke. Three of t
er prisoners are brothers. The pari
a .who claim to be from Plattsmout
have quite number of horse ? ,
THE WINDING WAT ,
Railroad Reports from all
Activity in the Omaha Yards.
Business in the U. P. yards Is loom
ing up and the lookout promises a big
run of local business for this fall , in
dicating that the trade of Omaha is
increasing in as great a proportion as
her building and other improvements.
A force of men was Saturday hard at
Foundry Works , the track to be com
pleted that eveninz. Theoecar loads
of machinery will be at once load
ed for California. This will be the
first shipment from the new works
which it will be remember
ed were formerly located on
Casa street until destroyed
by fire less than a year ago. Dewey
& Stone are rushing through the pre-
pirattora for the speedy ftroction of
their new warehouse on the Tenth
street crossing of the U. P. shop
track , and the foundations will soon
bo ready for the superstructure.
Out on the line business is more ac
tive. Two bran now coaches were
brought up from the shops Saturday
and put on the Lincoln run. Thenoou
train went out with live Pullman
sleepers , two of which were to meet
the California Knights Templar at Ogden -
don on the 12ih. One now
emigrant sleeper wag sent out
for the same purpose a portion of
the delegation taking thosa sleepers
of epcoial low rates. Two more
emigrant sleepers will bo completed
this week , ot the set of ten to be put
11 thu run between Omaha and Ogdeu.
THK NOKT1I BEND EXCURSION' .
One week from Saturday the annual
grand excursion of the Union Pacific
band to North Bend will take place ,
and it is expected that from twelve to
twenty car loads will go out , as the
excursion of last year proved eo great
H011TING THE PULLMAN CO.
For toveral weeks past The Council
Bluffs Nonpareil has been waging war
LII Superintendent Bennett , of the
Pullman company : and his men , with
but liitlo perceptible effect. Fri
day afternoon a warrant was issued
by Justice tBaird , of Council Bluffs ,
upon information of W. M. Fitte , and
J , A. Coolidge , the agent at the
Union Pacific transfer depot , was ar
rested. Thochaigo la violating the
state law regulating the run
ning of ticket offices and
sale of tickets , it being claimed
that the Pullman company does nol
open its oflico soon enough. Mr. Ben.
nett is threatened with arrest if h (
comes over to the Iowa side. Th <
Council Bluffs people , that ia one 01
two of them , are very hot about im
aginary slights , and mud balh an
ffying thick as rain drops in aa Apri
NEW NORTHWESTERN LINES IJf IOWA ,
The movements of the Northwest'
orn's Toledo branch are such as nidi *
cato a change of front recently. A
few weeks ago there was a gener.il for
ward movement all along the line ,
The grading jobs wore let on the exten
siou west to Lake City in Calhoun cnun
ty , and on the branch north to Web
ster City. It was given out that tin
work north of Webster City t : > Al
gona would bo pushed at once , tba
other branches were to be built frou
this Algona line. Then the men whi
were working up aid north of Algon ;
were ca'led in , and as far as can hi
learned no grading has been let beyom
Webster City. About the time th
Algona line was having its booma con
it tract was let conditionally for gradin
from Lake City forty miles southwce
to Harlan. This Hnrlan line is head
ed directly toward Council Bluffs , an
the plan seems to have been to pus
on to that point. But within th
past few days there has been a checl
ing up all nlong the line. The eng
neers sent to cross section the work o
the Lake City and Harlan line wei
recalled , and just now it looks aa
r there would bu no grading wes $ (
Y , Lake City this season.
L3 From the best information attain :
L3e ble it seems that there were ncgoti :
et tions in progress between the Nortl
- western and the Milwaukee whereb
the latter would come into poascssio
of the Blair-track between Cedar Raj
a ids and Council Bluffs. The Nortl
id western would meantime have con
pleted iis Toledo branch to Counc
Bluffs , and so could spare tl
xer Blair line This was the eas
er cat solution of the riddle. But n
ill cently the Milwaukee has been Inol
fi- ing over a new route of its own I
fist Council Bluff" . It this line lookc
over can be built with bonds th :
st will draw less interest than the rent
of the Blair line would amount t <
ce then of course the new line will 1
built. In case the Blair line Is in
taken by the Milwaukee the Nortl
western has no use for the line fro
Like City to Council Bluffs , ar
11- would build to this city. [ Sioux Gil
Two cars of stock in Saturday.
Fifteen German land buyeis we :
west to Kearney Saturday. .
icr Teng tons of California honey can
55 in from the west Friday.
ir- The Chicago , Milwaukee and &
Paul railroad prohibits card playii
on oil religious excursion trains.
The only train for Chicago this r
ternoon over the Iowa pool roads w
as be the Chicago , Uurlingtou ai
htat The Sioux Falls Times of the
says : Wo are prepared to believe
ht moat about the
al.en waukeo and St. Paul , but are i
en clined to think that the rumor m
afloat that the Northern Pacific
Work has beencommenced in easm
by tha B. & M. railroad company
South Beatrice , and the grading ia
bo pushed forward as fast as men ai
teams can do it. The line will
built on the survey spoken of h
week , but it has not been definite
settled as to whether the road will n
. ty Blue Springs or whether _ a dep
will be built there. [ Beatric Ezpre
ho Onawa Gazette , 5 : "Friday , A.
tot Fessenion ftait'd a raft of pili
down the Minium river destined f
* the Sioux C.ty and Pac'fic railro
? Ie coir pat y ti be used in thetransi
re- business at Blair. "
rce By the recent change in the ru
ler ning of trains , fair connections anew
now made between this city and
Louis via Council Bluffs. The riv
ler route is the natural and-shorteet lir
but the numerous ' transfers need
of have heretofore kept it in the bac :
ground. There will enough north ai
south travel in a few years to pay
EJj run a through passenger train frc
th , this city to § tt Louis. [ Sioux Ci
1 do2. raw. . . .40 cts. \ doz. . . .25 cts.
1 doz. stewed.50 cts. i doz 30 eta.
1 doz. fried. . .60cts. A doa. . . .35 cts.
Open from 7 o'clock p. mT till 1 a.
m. Joiix A. WIRTU'S
Murphy & Lovett.ins. Agency ; old
est established agency in this state.
ap8-l ! >
Why dose . -ourselves with nanseat-
Ing medicines , when a purely fruit
cathartic will cure yon at once Ham
burg Figa. Try them.
J. H. Murray has returned from
the Gunnison country , Colorado , nnd
will remain here five or six weokg.
Elegant accommodations , lowest
price , Astnr House , N. Y. 14-dlm.
NOTICE Advcrllscmonts To Let For Sale ,
Lost , Found , Wants , Boinllnir Ac. , nlll be In
serted In these columns once for TEN CENTS
per line ; each Buhaecuentlnaertlon.FIVE CENTS
per lino. The that iwertlon never less than
OKP AHA10 LOAN At 8 per cent Inter
? > DUvHlU eat , in auma of I2WO and up
wards for t to 5 rcarj' time on first claMlmpror-
ed citv and farm proparty. Anly | at J1ESIIS'
Real Estate and Loin Agency , 15 In and Uouel
ST TO LOAN-CHI t L W
D. L. THOUA3. Uoom8CrcIzhton liloc.k
ONF.Y TO I.OAW 1109 Farnham street.
Dr. Edward * Loan Agency. nov-22-t !
r.D A good girl , at the EC and 10"
Eating Koum , No 1417 DouthsSt 267-7
WANTED-CcoV. Apply at J915 Webster
street. 2(30 ( tf
A competent fill for sreneral
WANTED , 2S2Caaa bet. 15th and IGtn.
AJJTED A fiM to do general housottork ,
w at 1513 Cassstreet. 265-10
Oooil cook , at Richard's K-s'nur
ant 1017 Famham St. 190 tf
WANTED Conipetcn * second nirl forfinily
of two : Gerrain picferred , eouthrau
come r 17th and Doilge. J62-tf
A GIRL nrntcd to do reicra' housework.
Kt < | uiro John A. McShane , cor. 17th and
Ca s Pt . 357-tf
WANTEO-2 Klrls at French Coffee House ,
Good girl foreincral housework.
Apply to WILLIS M. YATES , 1518 Dodze
Stnenrl6th. 31 MI
l/ASTEr. A Girl to do hou-o work , 1103
f Farnham Street. m > Stain IH-tf
)0y WAhTED A quick and active DOV , the
) Bradatrejt CO. " 72 7
T ESSON3 WANTED On German and French.
JJ Address I. II , this office. 271-7
WANTED From 15 to 17 > ears eld to
learn tlic dru < Mnine3. Apply cor. ISUi
and Douglas Sts. TCI 7
WANTED Ttraiil and room , convenient to
1' . O. 1'iivate family desired. Address
E. E. , Ece. 270-10
WANTED Situation by a co-il and Mind
penman in wine at'.irn v't ) , railroad or
other office . Best of reference givin. Addro > *
J. H. , Ieo ! oIHce. S5S-7
WANfEl > Situation liy man and liia w fo.
ran I'o c neral hotunvork , a'siirood '
cook. Inquire 119 ISth St. , betncen Chicairo
WANTEP To hear nf a bm'nes openinjin
some erowinc town in Eastern Nebraska
or Western Iowa , either to par'hve tte ( rood
will and stock or to jut In additional capital ,
fiercral merchandWnir or ijrain preferred Re
ference phen and required. Addreta Lock P.ox
No. 637 , Omaha , Neb. 3'D-7
j A1LOR WJNTFDtailor can have ntcady
work by applyins to Ris nrahek Bria. ,
merchant UiloM , ri-ttgmouth. Neb. 253-0
WANTED Situifion ascl rk or book-keep
er ; good rcfcrrnco. AdJrcs * C. J. B. Ties
A sound here nbout 15 hands
huh , must drive single or double. Aii
ply N. E cor. 1 Oth and California St 32S-f
W ANTED TMano tunlnp and rerairine at
HOSPE'S , 151S Dodee St 30C-m !
-\T7-ANTED Foreman at brick-yard. T. JIl'R-
FOR BEHT-H011ges AND LAHD.
01 LANDS , LOTS. HOUSFSAND FARMS
look 01 cr BEMIS' new column on 1st paje
TT10R RENT Residence northwest corner 10th
J1 and California Sts. Inquire two door3
TjlURMSHED OfPccs f"r rentsouthcatcomci
11 of 15th and Dotulas. with privilege of n
conRiiltAtion room and law library Enquire ol
Iii'ticc McLaughlin , orJaj.F. Moiton.atReilicts
t Rcdicks' . 317-7
T710R RKNT A IIOUFB with five- rooms , cooc
} cellar and cistern S. W. cor. of 13th ant
Chicago Sta. C. AXFORD. 325-t
"PIOR RENT Room In Jacobs' Block.
J ? 313-t
10 T ? ° R RENT Cottasc of 3 oems , Rood cc"ar
f , Jj well , cistern and outhouse ? , cor. of 23n
| _ IT. Clark , M W. KENNEDY , S. ISth St. 312-t
RENT 2 furnished rooms over Her
FOR * Exchange , N. E. Cor. ICth am
Dodfrc streeti. 239-tf
"UOR RENT Store rnom In brick block come
f 10th and Douila Sts. , with or with' ut eel
lar. A ! t > , 3 nonw in second story. Apply ti
American Ilcnsc. 290-tf
NI house Bet 17th .ind ISth streets on (
y T7IUKNISHED ROOMS FOR KENT At Da\en
n JL roitllntra. fylDt
P'i T710R RENT House with si < c rooms , well , cla
i- _ D tern and cell ir. On Cspitol Ave , bet J5tl
- and 16th. fouth side J. S. McCORMICK ISl.t
I FOR SAUT
li- FOR SALE Houcc , lot ami iniprovci
lie - Third mid Walnut Sts. Cheap for ca h
kto OFFERS A SPLF.NUID LIST Ol
to BEMIS in Houses , Lots , Farms an
id a , in lib now column on l t page. _
at TiREECH andMnzzle LradintrUunaatjiwcri
atal .13 fice 10th . ' 352-1
. , ( iCC St. -
ale KAUOAIN 1 dozen nf cr-lcndid 01
, iniatin s in genuine gilt frame' , at .It
beet Itobina , COG ijon'li IQtli street . ! 51-t
h- CAPITOf. HILL ADDlTIOJi
hid The fines' residence ' prof erty In the city.
id SOlotson Farnh'am , Hari'ey andTwtntj-filt
street ; , oterlooMnir tlic city and eurroundin
countnI'rltea modi r to ciid term reasontbli
321-13 KAVIS .t SNYIIER.
IlUILDKRS.PLASTEaERS AND MASON !
TO Cuine bank Band , irravel for sardens an
moulding fund will It ) delivered at short notlci
nt I/cave orders at II. Sicrka. 1414 F.irnliam. an
Charles Drandcs , Oil ! } Farnhan St3. HAH
BOCK. Stirceainr to Charlea Danitl. S5Z-
T OTS , FARMS. HOUSES AND LANDS. Led
Jj over BEMIS" new colutnn.of hirjaing on Ii
MILK Twenty to twcntr-rcar quarts or or
dollar by John T. F auleon.
ill R SA LE Cottonwc < d lumber nf all sizes , :
cd RKDMO.VD'S.Sixteenth-sU 518-
P OR SALE A OrwtMill. Anpiyat
3d JL 472-tf L. r.
n- A FlIXc. nr itir.n r. front , l > oor
counter , Slantle , Store Cttinir , venecrt
work eo to 1310 Dodge street , A. F. RAFERT
1 B CO. . Bnlldera. ftoZfcvsaMfr
TROPOSALS FCR BUILDING Sealed pn
JL posals will be received until Auzmt 7tl
1830 , at 4 p. tn. , for the laying ot a lull millie
brick , more or Icsi , a'cordin ? to plang an
in sp cl Beat ions , now on file at A. T. Larje'a offlc <
to No. 2 , Crei 'hton Block. The right to rrfxt an
Ud or all bids preserved. JAMES STEPHEXSOt
ist NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 0
uu , August 5tb , 1550.
lot The partnership heretofore existingbetwe <
S ? . 83 ! . Grcsiman and Jake Si'berstein ' , of iheci
T. of Oniaht srd HVe of Nebraska , under tl
T.ng firm nine of Or > s-nan &Silberstein , ii tilt di
ng disiol'.td b * r'consent. .
ror Mr.Ibersie nwill continue the buiine
at trId § Und No. 1 ! 19 Farnham strcc' , Om
ad ha , Kabruks , wJU .4 aLw hereby authorized ice i
fer co lecfll. , jidin. : claims due aaid firm
( ret u & Silberstein , and to piyall riebtaar
liabilities of the said firm of Grcjsrain & Silbt
All patrons nt the firm sre hereby solicited :
ire give their future pitronige to our auccesjo
3t. Mr. Jacke Eilbsrrtelrj , who will do hU ntmo
3t.er to pleas i and Batiifjr tuitomers.
ie , JAKESILBERSTEIN1.
edk . E. IE1.
3m to UNDERTAKER
ity Corner lith and Cies.
Special attention ta orders by telegraph.
J U nn M _
immense Stock for
* SPRING AND SUMMER
Men's Suits ,
$ a hi
For Men ,
Boys , and
Uudcr-Wcar , Hats and Caps ,
Trunks and Valises , at
Pf ices to Suit AH.
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
CUT IT AND GIT ! NO OLD STOCK !
Having Taken the Above for Our Motto , "We are
Determined to Offer
Our Entire Summer Stock of
Regardless ol' Cost.
In Order to Make Room for Our Fall and Winter Goods.
We Will Xot lie Undersold.
OHAELES SOHLANK. SOL. PIOTCE.
ORCHARD & BEAN. DEWEY & STONE , J.8.FRENGH&GD
OMAHA ORIAH A.
CHE CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST 1
MAX MEYER & BRO.
Propose for the next ninety (90) ( ) days to sell then
entire stock of
Diamonds , Watches ,
Jewelry , Clocks ,
Pianos & Organ
GENERAL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
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 Menu Business * Come uiiil be ( 'onrincctl.
ERADICATES All , Z&ALARIAX *
DISEASES from the SYSTEM.
J. O. RICHARDSON , Prop. ,
House Furnishing Woods , Shelf Hardware ,
Nails and Etc.
.1221 Farnham Street , 1st Door Eaat First National Bank ,
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