Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 20, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 6
THE DAILY BEE. Monday Morning , Sept. 20. BREVITIES. Hop-Scotch. Paterson sells coal. Pine perfumes at Saxo's. Use Lewis' dry hop yeast. -See Polack's advertisement. Read Book Catalogue , 3rd page. For the teeth , Kulm's DeutriQce. T nutterick's patterns at Cruickahant. Porter IB miming the Omaha ferry. Eishty-Cvecars of stock arrived to-day. Imported and Key West cigars , at Kuhn's. Seidenberg & Co.'s Key West Cij gars at Saxe's. Willis M. Yatca buried his infant con Saturday. "Hop-Scotch" this evening. Puu for the million. The dtcapcst trimmed hats in the city at Lira. Wood's ParlorBazar,15th street. sat-tu-lh-Bst. October 4th is the last day on which naturalization papers can betaken taken out. For Lands , Lota , Houses and Farms , look overBcmis' new column on 1st page. Bargains. The democratic primaries took place Saturday evening , and the con vention will be held to-day. Lois , Farms , Houses and Lands. Look over Bemia1 now column of bar gains on first p ? go. Devlins Fall Etylca are now ready for inspection at the Boston Clothing HUUBC , 1 12 Farnham St. aSOoodlm The boys of engine company No. 1 Friday cvcninggavo the Union Paci fic band a surprise party at their band room. The jury in the case of Fred Wirth returned a verdict of "not guil ty , " on the charge of violating the Cro ordinance. A musical soiree and ball was given at Mctz's hall , under the aus pices of the Omaha Mrennerchor last evening. Dra. Dinsmooro and Gilford Hjmwonathic Physician * and Surgeons - goons , Williams Block , cor. 15th aud DjJgc streets. cod-tf The fair and festival for the bene fit of the German school of Omaha trill bo held at Creii htou hall September oo ) > o < or.ml 07 . MJJ jij , * j3 , * rf > auu i. A Hancock and English flag has baon suspended over Thirteenth st'eet , between Hullmau's block end C. C. Houtcl'fi. A grand promenade concert and b ill will bo given at the Tivoli this week , every night. The music will b J furnished by the U. P. band. The funeral of Clarkson Davis , only son of Fred rick H. and Nellie Davis , took place Sunday mom- ing at 9 o'clock , from the residence of Bishop Clarksou. A handsome sot of table napkins vrvs presented our reporter Saturday b/ the representative of the Wabash road at this point , Capt Bloorcs. They boar the company's card. " " which will bo "Hop-Scotch , 30 brought out at the Academy this isy. evening , ia a very laughable comedy. y.k nnJIa well played by the Gulick- Blaisioll attractions No. 3. Don't fail to BOO it and ha io an evening of rare fun. TUB BEE , with ifs usual enter prise , will have tented quarters on the state fair grounds during the fair to i\hich our friends all over the scato aud visiting newspaper men nro cor dially invited. rt. A circular order Issued by Supt. J. T. Clark and posted up in the de- put , announces the fact that C. L. Wheeler , agent of the St , Joe and Western road at Walthena , Kan. , has been musing ainca Thursday , and or dering his arrest if found. Talk about Nebraska peachcf , wo were Saturday presented with a sample of the "Clem Seedling , " grown from the pit on the grounds of Mayor Chose that wcro remarkably largo ( f'co atone ) andlucious. Such peaches weald bo a credit to the best orchards of Now Jersey. Dancing Lemioux select sociable Brash's hall , Twelfth and Farnham , cvjry Saturday evening ; dancing from 8 till 12 m. Music by Prof. Hoffman's celebrated orchestra. a.cs Admission , gents , 35 cents. Ladies respectfully invited ; none but the genteel and refined admitted. IKAMC ? H. LT.MIEUX , Manager. A remarkably beautiful sight was the electric display in and about the ulcphono exchange Friday. Balls of fire danced toand fro over the wires aud plunging downward to the switch board , bunt with a tcrrlflic noiso. The great gong , and every boll in town was rung and the operator was hurled upon the floor several times. Under the direction of acting Chief Engineer Molio , the boys re puttingtho department apparatus in iny good ehapo for the parade on Tuesday noa.L. The hose carts of Noa. 2 and 3 are resplendent with new paint and cngino No. 1 is being retouched aud will look like new. As there has been BOino misunderstanding about the time of thu grand parade of Tuesday , we nilI repeat the notice that the Cro department ek partment will assemble at 9 o'clock a. m. of that day , on Douglas street , right resting on Fourtccut's and the h.ok procession will move at 10 o'clock sharp. A very Inn'.some lithograph of the sceaery hi and about Monterey , C ilifornia , was left at our office Fri i- day by Bon. Truman , of the South ern and Central Pacific roads. Mon terey is iho most charming winter ro- fort in the world , and is surrounded by Bfcncs of historic interest and Kroat natural loveliness. The Hotel del Monte isan olu ant structure over- L eking lha loveliist bay in the world , not excepting tht of Naples. To aet forth all the attractions of Monterey would be to write of an enchanted land with the pen of a common mortal. OUK , OWN AND ONLY. The Great Annual Show of Ne braska Preliminary Pair Work Near its Close. Every Assurance of Success Numerous Entries Saturday. Notwithstanding the threatening wca'her Saturday with its continuf al cloudiness and occasional rain those interested in the state fair found the _ f busiest day of the way. Exhibitors crowded in from all parts of the stateW and from foreign places to make pre liminary i preparations. In the manx gcrs' office , No. 1412 Farnham street. business was at its height and on the fair grounds the beetle and work ol erecting the temporary city of agricultural , horticultural , lire stock , machinery , fine arts , fancy goods anc the other multifarious exhibits at tractcd many a surprised looker-on and encouraged every friend of our grand young state. The following entries in the "principal classes were recorded : George Cauficld , Omaha , will ex hibit a blooded stallion. D. T. Mount , Omaha , bloodec mare. F. J. Sherf , Omaha , blooded mare. Thomas Swift , Omaha , bloodce mare. Charles Lieber , Omaha , bloodec stallion. 1L Daniels , Sarpy county , blooded stallion ; 37 entries of cattle ; 13 en tries of ahecp. W. B. Royal , Omaha , blooded geld ing ; two cutriea cattle. G. H. Jackson , Council Bluffs , one entry of cattle ; three entries of sheep and twenty-two entries of poultry. Will Brown , Jr. , Omaha , eipht en tries of poultry , and display of farm products Thomas II. McCagus , Omaha , dis play of farm products. 13. T. Crennell , Ft. Calhoun , entries in the "champion" cla&s , and display of hayand clover for the B ASLspecial prize , and display of seedling peaches. California plums , summer , autumn and winter apples , Siberian crab ap ples , and seven entries of apples grown in Nebraska. Jasper Wheaton , display of five acres of flax and also ten acres of flax to compete for the Tdft and Word- bourg special premium. Jas. F. Sheely , smoked meats can vassed and uncauvassed. Sirs , llachel Davis , coffee roaster. William B. Smith , cylinder for atairway. R. B. McDouall , ventilator. Chicago and Erie stove works , Chicago cage , five entries of slovos. Milton Rogers & Sou , Omaha , nine entries of stoves. W. C. Phclps , manager , Lincoln , corn sheller and two harvesters. N. 0. Thompson , Rockford , Ills. , stalk cutter and 14 entries of agricul tural implements ! Peavcy Bros. , Sioux City , "La < bollo" wagons , Avcry'a stalk cutter and 37 entries of agricultural itnplc ments. * Daniel Burr , Omaha , 20 entries of agricultural implements , and feed cut ter nnd farm \vagou. C. H. Guiles , Rock lelaud , Ills , horse collar. Henry Lehman , Omaha , window shades , wall paper , mathematical in struments , etc. The McConnick Harvester compa ny , Chicago , Ilia. , 2 harvesters , reap er mid mower' , Haines Bros. , Omalia , agents for the Eureka manufacturing company , 1 seeder ; for John Dodd , a hay r.ike ; for the Ann Arbor agricultural works , plowa. Joshua Batrick & G. , Bluemount , 111. , a check rower. Jo > io Kuoney , Ft. Calhoun , Neb ; entries in flno arts class and a collection of jellies. Abbio Taft , Omaha , oil paintings. Robert Laudcryon , Omaha , oil paintings. A. L. Largo , Omaha , water colors. Frank Currier , * Omaha , photo graphs. Phillip Gottheimer , Omaha , shirte. MM. Charles A. Ringer , Omaha , millinery goods. Elizabeth Reeves , Omaha , quilts. LilHo Mackie , Sidney , Neb. , tidy. W. H. Harrison , Omaha , shirts. Harry S. Budd , Omaha , display oi specimens in cntymology. The Washington County Agricul tural society , agricultural products , fruits , etc. Henry Frrhm , Omiha , enters hay and clover for the B. & M. Epecia' prize. The Omaha nail works , nail rakin ; machine. Ernest Krebs , Omaha , vinegar. A. E. Gorman , Omaha , trunks. Amandas Gctschmaiin , Omaha , ap pliance for stopping runaway horaes. Mrs. E. Shugart , Beatrice , jellies. Henry Dohlo , Omaha , largo display of boots and shoes. XOTES. After an article ia once placed on , . exhibition it cannot be removed until the fair is over. No intoxicating liquors will bo allowed on the grounds nor within the limit prescribed by the laws relating to agricultural societies and their ex hibitions. The officers of the fair will have their headquarters on thu grounds this morning. George Thrall lias been appoint ed superintendent of the poultry class in place of Mr. House ! , who will bo unavoidably absent in Canada. The street car company will charge fifteen cents each way to aud from the fair grounds ; ten centa on the cars nnd five cents on the transfer carriages from the northern terminus of the track in Lake's addition. ir route will be marked with appropri ate signs whether they are red or green. green.Hon. Hon. J. W. Savage will deliver the address on Wednesday at ono o'clock , a full account of which will appear in Tun BEE. No return checks will bo given at the gate , BO persons who leave the grounds will have to repay on entering again. _ Vehicle ? of all kinds will be run ning to and from the fair during the week for the accommodation of the general public. - The general superintendent arrived hero Saturday. Col. E. F. Srnytho , of Omaha , and Sheriff Mar tin , of Adams county , assistant super intendents , havu been doing herculean work. The Lancaster county display of agricultural products will arrived Saturday o\enin' ' . The collection will fill two cars , Entries in the special classes closed Saturday. Some of the exhibitors claim that the space aliened Ihoin is not suffi cient. This difficulty will bo easily overcome by the managers , however. It is siid that N. B. Falconer , of the firm of A. Orukkshauk & Co. , the well-lnown Omaha merchants , offers a prize of § 75 in premiums for farm- * rs' teams , owned and driven by till- rs of Nebraska soil. , The displ ys of agricultural im- ) lements and blooded stock will be he fiuest ever seen in the west. ANNOUNCEMENT. The New York Clothing House would respectfully announce to the public of Omaha and vicinity that they have just received an immense stock of men's , boys' and children's clothing , hats , caps and gents' fnrnish- ing goods. Being connected with one of the largest cloth and clothing houses in New York City we can as- snre those that may favor us with a call to sell them goods at retail at wholesale prices. Call and bo convinced. New York Clothing House , 1210 Farnham street , Omaha. slStG THE BLACKSMITH'S DREAM. TUB ; GREAT MECHANICAL 'WOKDEIl WILL BE EXHIBITED AT THE STATE FAIK , OMAHA. The following ia a letter from Bishop Hunter , Salt Lake City , Utah : SALT LAKE Cmr , Utah , Juno 14 , 1880. The Blacksmith's Dream has been exhibited here for two or three weeka past , and thousands have wit nessed it , both old and young and rich and poor. The price of admission is low and everybody is satisfied and pleased who ECO it. It is innocent , instructing and amusing. _ Through the generosity of the proprietor , Mr. W. H. Robertson , and politeness of Mr. Dodge , the manager , hundreds of our poor children and missionaries' amilics were admitted free. It ar- 'ords mo pleasure in recommending it as one of the cheapest and most .amus ing exhibitions ever presented in Utah. ( Signed ) ED\VAID : HCSTEU , Largest assortment of gold watches at Edholm & Erickson's. A football club was organized at Collins & Potty's gun store Friday evening. The beekeepers have secured the use of the court room for the lecture to bo delivered bolero the association next Friday evening. A pleasant party was given Friday evening in honor of Miss Hatlie Jones , at the residence of Mrs. Burg- dorff , in South Omaha , Dancing was added to the usual social enjoyments and listed until a late hour. The 12th annual festival of the Concordia society will take place at > Metz's hall , September 23rd. G. Ueiinroth , M. Sievers and Julius Mycr , compose the committee. John Mclvinon , who came to : Omaha some time ago from Princ o Edwards , was taken in custody by Sheriff Guy Saturday morning on the charge of insinily. Ho lives some where on Capitol H11 and says tha last night four hundred Indians at' tacked his house and bulldozed him terribly. The printed docket of the diatric court for the October term , boginuin 0 two weeks from Monday next , ha been issued to the attorneys. Theri . are 452 cases for trial and the lega list shews forty-four local and foraig attorneys representing the litigants. May Leonard , the heroine of th Bennett-Leonard mock marriage , thi morning filed a complaint against on Clark , charging him wieh larceny as : bailee. She tays ho borrowed he gold watch and then pawned it anis idit is unable to redeem and return it to her. her.This This jcvening the great "Ho Scotch" oddity in three sets will bo bou produced at the Academy by the Gu - lick-Blaisdell Guaranteed Attraction : No. 3. This company and play are very highly spoken of by the press and public , and there is certainly as much fun iu the comedy as can well be bem woven into one piecy. It is fun from > beginning to end , the play being a musical farce , which gives each char acter an opportunity to display their specialties. Silver moustache cups at Edholm & ErickEon'a. J. H. Fliegel fc Co. , tno successors > of J. H. Thicle , merchant tailors , have a very fine line of now cloths in choice patterns , which they invite the gentlemen of Omaha to see , feeling confident that for style , service and price we can suit you. J. H. FLIEOEL & Co. , s8l2 Visscher'a Block. Wanted Board for gentleman and ldy ; will pay § 5.00 per week for good accommodations. Apply to B. F. B. CauGeld house , at once. It NEW HATS in every shape at Wood's Parlor BazarCrelghton block loth street. sat-tu-th-sat Ladies , C. A. Ringer makes new fall ft ) lea out of old straws or felts. sep7-2t h Michigan Peaches , choice , received daily , at LITTLE & WILLIAMS' . sepl7-3t t Botdquarlors tor .loo Schlitz'g Milwaukee beer at MEKCIIAXTSEx CIIA.NUI : , N. E. Cor. IGth and Dodge , f. A casoot constipation by aain Jlarubnrjr Figs. ATTENTION STOCK MEN ! Parties exhibiting stock at the fair will find feed of all kinds on sale > at the northeast corner , inside the grounds , Welshans & Bro. 15-20 A. F. & A. M. There will be a special communica tion of St. John's Lodge , No. 25 , bU ( Saturday ) evening , for work the i in F. C. . " degree. "Visiting brothers are cordially invited. JAMES B. BRUJJER , Master. JOCKEY CAYS at Mrs. Wood's Parlor , lor Bazar , 15th St. , Creighton block. sat-tu-th-sat - - - C. A. Ringer ia giving bargains in Millinery. Now styles received every day. sepl7-2t. There will be a regular meeting ; of the Cassidy Cemetery association at half-past 2 "o'clock to-morrow after noon , in the school house on Eighth street. It is hoped that all members will ba present , as business of import ance v ill ba transacted , " P * P. QUEALY , Pres. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS H. P. Deuel has gone east. A. D..CIark left for OgdenEaturday ; Horace Newman has gone to Chey enne. enne.Mrs. Mrs. R. J. McConnell left for Evanslon Saturday. J. H. Milhrd returned from tie east Saturday. Capt. Mears , U. S. A. , went west Saturday to Sidney. M. C. Keith , of North Platte , was In the city Saturday. Col. C. E. Freeman , of Hastings , , Minn. , is in the city. Mrs. R. R. Ringwalt left Friday for a visit to Detroit. Col. McConihe , U. S. A. , Is in tie city , accompanied by his mother. Mrs. J. L. Mountain was an eastbound - bound passenger Friday evening. D. R. Fant and Capt. Mayberry , well known Texaa cattle men , are in the city , Mr. L. H. Van Antwerp , of A- ! bany , Is visiting in the city , the guest of L. B. Williams. M. SIsutter returned from the east this morning and will soon occupy his new store , corner of Tenth and Farn ham. J. 0. Slatter"tho Sixteenth street grocer , has returned from a trip to the mountains , where he has been spending a fow'woeka for the benefit of his health. Mr. John Hcnza , the popular Bc- h-smian clerk of Jchn H. F. Lchmtn & Co. , has resumed his former posi tion in the Now York dry goods store. This will doubtless please the numei- ous patrons of that nationality , wLo have missed Mr. Honza for come months. Rev. Narya Sheshadi , a converted high caste Brahmin , passed through the city Friday evening en route from Bombay lo the Pan-Presbyterian coun cil at Philadelphia. Ho was accom panied by Rev. Mr. Grcen a mission ary to Japan. If you want your watch fixed-good take it to Edholm & Erickeou's. All work warranted or money refunded. Our friends will do well to re member that Mr. Namara , on Four teenth street , maNes no display of his goods at the fair , but every ono who has an appreciation of the good things of lifo eays ha is equal , if not su perior , to the world's angels. We , and many with us , are convinced - , vinced , that the largest , freshest aud best cooked Oysters , are to be had at ' Alsted'a "French Ocffeo House , " 1420 Douglas street. Open till 2 a. in. sep7 2t Hamburg Fi"s 25c a box. FRESH FUO.M TUB SPRINGS. Foreign and American Mineral Water , Hun- pidi , Janes , Hathorn , Friedrichahall Bitter Water , Vichy , Congress and Empire. For sale by Ish&McMahon , 1321 Farnham street. a301m WIN OR L.OSE. I have decided to fill a long felt want in this city , and am resolved lo make suits to order , equal in equality and style to any merchant tailor , at prices that will allow atiy man to be dressed equal to the richest in fash ionable first-class fitting suits , and no more Ready Mnda clothes need dis figure your shape ? ny longer , if you only call on M. Rypiuski , Merchant Tailor , 210 , 12th street , northeast corner of Farnham. To-day we have received by express a large invoice of Whitby jot and am- bjr jewelry. Come in and see the now styles ; also new and beautiful stylosof pearl card cases just received. Co'no and see our goods and compare our prices before you buy elsewhere. Wo will be pleased to show goods and idd. everything warranted as represented. EDHOLM & EmcicijON , The jewelers opposite the postoffice , Fifteenth and Dodge. FAIR WEEK. Wo have received a choice line of new jewelry , selected irom the latest patterns which wo are exhibiting and offering for sale. All who BOO these goods are well pleased. WlIiri'LK fc McMlLLAN , Douglas street , near Fifteenth. L. L. WILLIAMS & SONS' FALL IMPORTATIONS of , DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES are nllltlc late , but will bu in tlicfust of the mch , and it will bo ADVIS ABLE for the ladies to wait and sco , this elegant liuo of DKESS PATTERNS with TiiiMMiNGS to MATCH , as it em braces alt the latest and choicest NOVELTIES. Wo can recommend this as bcinj ; the finest line of goods ever brought to this city. city.L. L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS' , Dodge street , corner of Fifteenth. Fresh i cccipts Michigan Pcadics , 75 - to 90 cents a basht. Fleming & Co. , Grows. Death Record. BYEHS AtAckly.Iowa , Sept. IGth , Augusta May , infant daughter of John M. Byers , of this city , aged 15 months. BYERS At Ackley , Iowa , Septem ber 16th , Augusta May , infant daugh ter of John M. Byers , of this city , aged 15 months. T. B. Ringar has opened merchant tailoring at 5G'J loth , , street , Jacobs . cloth Cachmeres. Call and see.him. septl7-3t Wo have just received n largo num- berof PAULOK and CUAJIBEK SUITS and other FORNITORE which the pub lic are invited to inspect. CIIAKLES SHIVERICK , 1208 and 1210 FArnham St. I. O O. F. The members of State Lodge , No 10 , are requested to meet at the Odd Fellows' Hall , at 1 o'clock ) , m. Sun day , September 19 , to attend the funeral of our late brother , James Smith. Member * of the order gen : erally invited. C. L. SriuuGHT , Sec'ft INAUGURAL DAY , Yesterday being Sunday of course it was not expected that the prelimin ary work connected with the coming fair would attract the attention of many persons. Nevertheless , there were ( many here seeking information as exhibitors and visitors , and the consequence was that the several offi cials , connected with the fair , had to hasten dinner , nfter church time , and transfer the many calls at their private residences to the proper office , No. 1,412 Farnham street. On Saturday evening the military comnany from Sutton arrived and , as stated in THE BEE , went immediately toai tha grounds for guard dutj'i They are a fine body of young men and in every way show that the fair officials did ! a sensible thing in selecting thorn , as the proper guards of the fair prop erty. The different subordinate officers ClC cers on the grounds will be appointed this morning when every one , who re ceives ( the official compliment , will be expected : ip commence the exorcises of his authority at once. Hon. Robert hF Furnas , president of the state horti cultural society , will bo present this morning. The arrangement of floral and fruit hall has been well attended tcai , during his absence , by J. T. Allen , and that veteran florist , Charles J. Ryan. The scone on the grounds cannot bo properly described this morning. In fact , everything is proof positive of the bustle of business. , The entries for the races are as fol lows : Tuesday 2:40 : class , purse $600. "Colorado , " entered by J. F. Kinuoy , "Wild Irishman , by Dennis Cunning ham ; "Black Dan , " by W. B. New ton ; "Lone Jack , by B. J. Johnnon. Wrdncsday 2:30 : class , purse § 500 , "Nettie Ward , entered by W. A. Marlow ; "Gray Granger , by J. H III hton ; "Charlie Douglas , " by Frank Pcnrsou. Thursday class 3 ; free for all failed to fill. Friday Entries will close on Mou day night. Fine pacers from the oas are tn be heard from. Cult races four-year-olds , to liar ness , purse 25 ; "Sullivan" entorsc byVm. . Daily ; "Mambrino B ? shaw , " by W. A. Marlow ; by 1 G. W. E. Dorsey. Three-year-olds same purse A tcrais ; "G.ul Hamilton , " entered by Win. "Mambrino Bashaw " Dai'y ; , by W. A. Marlow ; "Coo , " by A. S. Patrick ; "Saratoga Prince1 by Ed Patrick. Ou ? .ycar-old same purse and terms ; "Empress , " by Wm. Daily , "Sharawood , " by G. W. E. Dorsoy ; "Senator P , " by Clarence Wilson ; "Prince Alarm , by John I. Redick. Every indlca > iou has a red letter point for the coming week's exhibi tion. HOTES. Mr. Hunter has been appointed su perintendent of tbespeeddopartinent. Ho is an old horseman , who under stands everything that is needed when equine meets equine. The office of the managers was moved to the fair grounds last night , Rain or shine the fair will go on and there will be plenty of accommo dations on the grounds for thoeo who have come to the fair , and are intent on a fair visit. U. P. Hand. The U. P. Band was Saturday eve ning made the recipient of a very handsome compliment by the mem i- bers of No. 1 engine company. About 8 o'clock a score or more firemen met t at thchnll , provided abundantly with edibles and refreshments , and took up their march to the band house , at the , foot of Webster stro-.t. The band boys were at practice , and were taken completely by surprise. President itit Nichols arose and eaid that the object itw of this gathering was to faintly show the appreciation No. 1 hal of the past f.wor3 of the band , and the company had unanimously voted to impress this fieiiEo of appro iation upon the bind by visiting them and enjoying ' themselves together. The baud gve three chocrs for No. 1. After every body had found seats , tha refresh' itn ments were served , consisting of ham sandwiches , grapes , poaches , apples tn"i cake , ice cream , cigars and not too much of the Toulon's favorite bover - age. The evening was 'devoted to : songa , declamations and a few special - 1a ties. 0io of these specialties was a jig by Messrs. Hornberger and Hill 1 , Called the "Aldermanic Reel. " Mr. Hornborgcr , rs a member of the coun - cil committee on fire , was invited > and brought to this scene of festivi ties. This exhibition brought down the house. Prof. Toozor told of the band's trip to Camp Buford , and what odds were again tit them in competing for the prize , which mad lo their victory the much more trium phaut. Ho closed by thanking No. 1 company for the substantial evidence of their good will , and stated tha whenever and wherever the baud idst could do them honor it would mos gladly do so. The festivities closed at eleven o'clock and everybody en' joyed himself highly. - - - A Welcome Visitor. Major Ben. C. Truman , a journal ist of twenty-six years experience , ana adas a brilliant and affable gentleman , was in the city yesterday and favored Tn BEE office with a call. Major Tru ' man , who began his newspaper career on , the Now York Times , has for the past five years owned and edited the Los Angelas Dally Star. He has a'so ' for Ihree years past boon at the head of the literary bureau of the Central and Southern Pacific railroads , in whoso interest the present trip to the east is made , Ho is accompanied by his wife and daughter and came In from California last night in the dl- rectors' car of the Union Pacific , which conveyed President Hayes and party from Omaha to the coast. Ma jor Truman is well known to General King and otherjofficers at Fort Omaha > as well as to a host of military men aud journalists throughout the entire country. Ho temporarily abandoned editorial work in 1802 to go to Nash.- villo a ? private secretary to Andy Johnson , who was then appointed Military Governor of Tennessee. He was afterwards first provost marshal of Nashville. Since the close of the war ho has served the government in various capacities , and in the perform ance of liis duties has visited nearly every part of the world. Ho will al ways meet with a hearty wclcomo alat THE BEE headquarters. Why dose . ourselves with nauseat ing medicines , when a purely nit cathartic will euro you at once re - bnrFt. . . ; * Try lh m. Universally acknowledged the best , Astor House , Ne York. s7-lm TAKE NOTICE ! OFFICE OF CITY MARSHAL. Omaha.Nebraska , Sept. 10th , 1880. _ To citizens generally : Everybody a hereby cautioned against pick * locketf , burglars and hotel thieve ? , with which the town ia at present in- ested. Every train brings in new additions to the crowd. The police 'orce is insufficient to guard the city properly , and a warning is hereby ; iven to all to bo on the lookout- 0. J. Westerdahl , City Marshal. SPECIAL KGT1GES. NOTICE Aihcrtlseincnta To Let For Sale * Lost , Found , Wants , Eotrdln ; &c. , will io In serted In theee column ? once lor TEN CENTS per line ; each subsequent InsertionFIVE CENTS per line. The diet insertion cover leas than TWENTY-FIVE CKMTS. TO LOAU-tMHEY. TO LOAN At 8 per cent Intci c-rt , In sums of $2100and up wards for 1 to 6 years' time on first class tin pro v c < Jcitvaml farm property. Apply at BK111S Heal Estate and Loan Agency , 15th and Doujlas Sts. 278 codtf ' = r XO LOAN-Oail it Law Offlco M' D. L.THOHAS. KoomS.Cfcighton Block ONKY TO I.OAH . 1109 Farnhara street. M Dr. Edwnrdn Loan Accncy. nov-22-tl HELP TTAHTED Tw i good ul cksmltlis to co west , WANTED . D.O.CLAUK. / lUL WANTED For general rocsework at \JT 8W. . corner of 14th and Cipltol Awnue. 5-iS-lS M EN WANTEDCOpcrday. . T.MURRAY. 602-tf WANTED A coed pastry cook ; St. Charlts ildtcl. 492-tf ANKED An experienced ilrj coodcloth - W lug , IxjoU aid slms snlvsnu'i ; no other need apprcfercn'cs ! required. Address 0 Adlcr , fccwaiil. Neb 491-20 ANTED A xood jjirl to do general hou'c- xiork. Apply corner 12th and Pacific. 480 it " \ , \ / ANTBr , A Girl to do noufe work , 1109 VV Farnr m Street , un Stnlro If-tt WAMTED-HI5CELUNEOU8. TTANTED Situation bv a jonn ? roan as an _ offlcc ckrk or rs-HUnt hiokkcepor. Can give reference. Addrou T. P. B. Dca ollic * . B34-1S 0V WANTED A : mart , active bo > ; The B Cradstrect Co. 4S3-1S Two flrst-c'as1 roat and one test WANTED for Chcjcnne , Wv. Inquire at SI. ITillnian&Co , c\ cry other ilnj for3da > j. 47G-'S FOR RENT-HOUSES AND UNO. TTIOR RENT Three unfurnished room * , with I1 hall nil clo'cti : terms moderate , > t 1S18 CassSt J. n littUNER. 500-18 RENT A well furnished house , 10 FOR , with well and c'stcrn in the ccnt ° ref of the city ; suitable f r private botrlinz house , or furnished rooms alonofurntturo nearly new , at cheap flureK I'cnt 550 per month. Inquire At IhU offlcc. 501-25 T710JI RENT 2 filrntahril rooms ; one suitable JU for professional gentleman , S. W cor. 18th and Capitol Aemle. . 484-21 KENT A. largo two-stity noardinfr house with six bed rooms , on cor. Doujlia and Eighth streets , also two story , seven.room ed house , ad jo'nineabo\e Enqui o of Barker ros , Gas office , or HORCS & 11111" , and J. Trcltchkc , 15th and Farnham. 495-18 FOR UENT Tin smill cottages , , on corner of Ilnrney and 22d streets. Inquire 203 Howard St < S11 ! TTlURNISHED Rooms with or without board. J ; at European Restaurant. SOl-tf FOR RENT Finely furnished rooms at 1310 DT * ciiport street , bet. 13th and 14th St.35n.tt 35n.tt "TjlOR RENT 2 furnished rooms o er Uer- | J chants Exchange , N. E. Cor. IBIh and Podgd Btrc"to. 2S9-tf URNISnED ROOMS PORRERT-AttJavcn- F port House. tvintf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Beat location in the HOTEL Ciiy. Jnqu'rcatlhtgoffice. 503-24 LOTS , FARMSHOUSES AJ.D LANES. Look over DEMId' new column of bargains on 1 st Pace. MILK Twenty to twenty tour quins or on dollar by John t. ranlwn. ohfBaC-raon-worit T710RSALE A fine ccntl-hor > ff , sifofi.rar.y C 1-idr todriie. Afcoaflre new milch cow byL F.May'nn freight n Block , Citj. 4S3-18 OFFERS A SPLENDID LIST O BKillS Uanrilns in Housm , Lots , Farms and Lan'li , III hlg new col limn on 1st page. T71 U SALE Cottonwood lumber of all sircg.at f * RKDMONP'P. Sixti-with-xt , 510-t MISCELLANEOUS- TAKEN UP One black colt , two y araold ; lery gentle. C. W. FJNN , 605 20 * 23th and Farnham street. FOR A KING ncaiUEinifi front , Doorg , counter , Jtantfc , Store fitting1 , veneered work eo to 1310 Dudira street , A. F. KAFERT A CO. , Bulldorg. ip2fiovfut-tfv LOTS , FARMS , HOUSES AND LANDS. Look over UKMIS' new column of bargains on let I"- ; " . I"T T OST A sorrel imrp , while faca and little 11 wlilto o i side had harness on. J. S. HtLL. 471-tf Absolutely Pure , Hade from Grape Crctm Tartar. No olho preparation makes such lizht , flaky hot breads , or luxurious pastry. Can be cMcn by dyneptin without fear of the ills resulting from hcaty i digestible food. bold only In cans , by all Grocers. UOTAL BAKINO POWDSR Co . N w York MOMSTERCONCERT SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 10 , ' 8O. BY STEINHAUSE'R'S RENOWNED ORCHESTRAI ! ( IB First-Class Musicians ) AT BAUMANN'S GARDEN , Ccmtncneinj ; at 2 o'clock P. 11. AbMISSlOM IS Cents , GENTLEMAN AND 1ADY 23 Cents - ± AOADEMTOF MUSIC ! _ GREAT ATTRACTION FAIR WEEK. Monday , Tuesday & Wednesday , fcEPlEUBER 20th , 21st and 22d , Gulick-Blaiidell Quarantced Attraction So. 3. The New Musical mndSpeciilty Oddity. HOP SCOTCH , OB THE DUKB , TUE DOWAGER. THE FENIAN. THE GERMAN AMBASSADOR , THE TWO MAID OF UONOB , AND THE IUJAU OF SINGAPORE. A Hotiing Fijcic > l Coroedy Opeiatta in three acts. Rendered by the Gulick Blaisdell Opeialic and Sr ci Vy Comrany , asn tea by full Oper atic Orcdrttra aid Bnsj Eand. Bessrred st tsrow on saTe , without txtra charge , at Max Heyer & Bro.'a Jewelry Store. Price u usual. jlS-Jt ONE MILLION ACRES ox- CHEAP LAND T3ST EASTERN NEBRASKA , $2 TO $5 PER ACRE. 20,000 Acres DOUGLAS COUNTY , 6 to 12 Miles from Omaha , $6 to $10 per Acre , on v Long Time and Low Interest. Large tracts suitable fcr Colonies in all the best Counties in the State. 80,000 acres scattered through Iowa. A large number of Improved Farms in Nebraska , many oi them near Omaha , S12 to $40 per acre. An Immense List of OMAHA CITY PROPERTY , Consisting of Elegant Kesi- dencea from $3,000 to $20- 000. Many vacant lots in the additions to Omaha. Hundreds of lots scattered through the City. Houses and Lots , Business Houses and Lots , and all kinds of Ci y Real Estate. We also have MONEY TO LOAN on Improved Farms in Doug las County , on 5 years time , at 10 percent , interest to all who can show good titles. Itlaps for Douglas niid Sarpy Counties for saJc , Boggs & Hill , REAL ESTATE BROKERS , 1408 Para. St. , Omaha , tfeb. , FOR RENT Lnrpe residence with about 1 acre of grotindncHlytapercd ) and painted ; 9 miuutM' walk from court home. FOR SALEAt a bargain , largo hou'e of 0 rooms with 3 lot * , narn , well , cistern , fruit aid shade trcea , & : ; 5 blocks from court house BOUOS & HILL. T7IOR SALE One Of the finejt residence pro- JC pertles In the city. House of 10 rooms with f our lots , ell , stabl-j , Ac. Just remodeled. Kx- ccllcnt location. BOQGS & HILL. TTIORSALE 2 cholca lots , next south of rcsi- Jj ilencc of n. V. U KcnneJy , St Mary's Avc- nueS-50andDOO. ; BOGGS & HILL. ARM FOR SALE 6 milca west of city. Fin est farm in the counij ; 26 per acre. BOGGa & HILL. WANTED Wo want to contract with n reli able man to clear and grub 20 acres of brush land. BOUQ * & HILL. "ITTANTED 15,000 jards of dirt VV IJOdG & HiLL. "PRICKHOUSK Com enicnt to business , with JD full lot , 7 rooms , 2,100.BOOCS BOOCS k HILL FOR EXCHANGE For city property , small tracts of hnd , covered with younc timtcr at 820 peracro. 1JOGOS A HILL. FOR SALE Dnii new house , 5 room ? , nith every convenience , with half lot , 33xl3" ft. . No 1 location , tiuio to suitwill sell at a bar gain for 5 dayj only. BOOOS & HILL , TJ10RSALK llrick potrdor housoand 7 acres JL' near block Yards , J2,500. J2,500.EOOOS EOOOS & HILL. EOR SALE Comer Inlf of lot S. W. Cor. 15 and Jackson at a sacrifice. sacrifice.EOflOd EOflOd & HILL. TJOR SALE Full comer lot , N.3. Cor 1C and ' Jones SU ) . EOGQS & HUL. MONfcYTOLOAN Any one ishinc to use 10 per cent , money In sums to suit from $500 to $ JO.OOO , can procure it through U' . BOGUS A II ILL. FOR SALE S business lets , ne west of Masonic Temple , ? 1C50 each. JJOOCS & HILL. T7 OR SALE 2 lots neat of Odd Felluna Block. JD BOGGS&HILL. TH10R A CHEAP LOT Uo to Boggs andHill'a ad- J } dition. Wo still have some small MORTGAGES mortgagfg for gale , ran ms from J100 to fJOO. Persons having small sums of money can invest with' safety , and without any expense whitcicr , and get 10 per cent. Interest BOOGS&HILL. A HOME 8100 to 5:00 is all you need pay _ CX down if jou buy a hoT.e for yourself through us. Time to suit on balan c. BOGGS & HILL. FOIt RENT Improved farm neir barracks. BOGGS i ; HILL T7OR SALE tTousa and full lot > estcr JL street , one of the bcit locations n the city , 51.500 ; easy terms. EOGOS tc. HILt. VTEW IIOU3E8 Wo are now prepared to IN build houses oMh from f100 to S300 on our new addition , 23th and 33th and Farnham , Douglas and Dodge , and cell on small monthly pa > menu. ' BOGUS & HILL. T > ESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE 200 Jots in JLKontze k Rhth't ) addition , near bcsiness , good 6Urroundin3 , lota cohered with youni < irces , and arc the choicest , cheapest and nearest to business of any lot ! in the mirbct. By all means look at lots In Kountze & Ruth's additl > n before pUrchcshin ; elsewhere Will sell on monthly pa ) ments ; fries J100 to $660. EOCOS&HILL. f HEAP LOIS -3 and 0 , hloclcC , d01 \l dition. Want tc-t offer at once for one or both. BOGGS & HILL. 1HEAP LOTS Lota 17 and 18Tho'meIl' ad- 1 dition. EUOGS & HILL. AND HALF LOT Near Thirteenth HOUSE Capitol avenue , ? 1COO. BOGOS 4. HILL. BESTLOTS-In Shiun's addition , 1300. BOGGS and HILL. EXCHAXOE-Owner ol 2J * cr < near AN Bliir will cxclimnse for first cb 9 business orre'iJencepronsrty "in Omahi an' ' pay om (3,000 fHWO , n TWJ co'.taca with If.L8. . BARGAINS , iwuth of depot twi L-8. $1 00 for both. 1 CHOICE LOTSOn Park - . - - - - - - 38 , 10 onlyS iW Jfflfiomdepot.lsmoiaOO. Monthy payments. Immense Stock for * FALL A8D WINTER Fine Custom-Made > , , Men's Suits , Boys' Suits Children's Suits. ij SPRING OVERCuATS iji For Men , Boys , and Ch'Jrlren. Uiider-Wcsir , Hats and Cnpsf < Trunks and Yalisrs , at Prices to Suit All. i jr jrt Farnham Street Near Fourteenth GIT HI' AND GIT ! NO Lf > STOCK ! Having Taken tbe Abo7e for Our Motto , Wearo Determined to Ofler Our Entire Summer Stock of a II Regardless oi' Cost. In Order to Make Eoom for Our Fall and Winter Goods. We Will Not Be Undersold. BOSTOJST CIiOTISHsTGECOTTSIE , FAKNIIAH STREET. OHAELES SCHLAM. SOL. PKBtfCE , Oval Brand ft" y i fi u UBS IB 8 H u r n H H n B S ? M K E Hdf The sMra of this "brand" of Oystcra bvre now outstripped all others. You set raoro . Ojitcrs IN WEIGHT AND MCAbUKK in cars of thu brand than u any other. I } . P. I.EKJU K. scpldlm General Western Agent , Omaha- House Furnishing Woods , Shelf Hardwire , Nails and Etc. Farnbam Street. 1st Door East First National Bank. Dealer in The Cheapest Place iii the City for R I Manufacture my own Pieced * * . That will last you a lifetime , at the Lowest Price in the city , j. and deal in no factory-mada truck that id almost universally , dealt in now a-davt ? . I also manufacture all kinds of Cans. JI. F. STOBTZEL , - - . Tenth it Jackson Sis , ORCHARD &BEAH. I QEWEY & STONE , | J-B.FBCHOH&G --oa E s E r srar aB , IGKOCERS , OMAHA. ' OMAHA OMAHA. 5OOOO 4.- CHEAP ! CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST " _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MAX MEYER & BRO. Propose for the next ninety (90) ( ) days to sell their entire stock of Diamonds , Watches , Jewelry , Clocks , Silver-Ware , Pian'os & Organ \ . GENERAL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE At Manufacturing Prices , Which is from 15 to 20 per cent , ielow any Eastern Wholesale House , preparatory to moving into their weN Store , Cor. llth & Farnham nt- fa We 3Iean Business , Come and le Convinced. < t - '