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THE OMAHA U-uLV BE : WEDNESDAY , FEBRUARY $2 1882
THE I ) A FLY BEE
Wednesday Morning , Feb. 22 ,
( The following observation * nro taken At
the ftino moment > t time at all the sto-
Therd will ba amuscmonti enough to
night. Hark ! the danco.
Pro'ecntlng Attorney Uiirnhnm clnlms
that Walter Ii nnett in a candidate for
the position ho now holds.
ThoB. &M. frctght deix > t will bo
open to receive nnd deliver freight until
11 ft. m. to-day , Feb. 22d.
The wind entirely cenicd last night
and the air became crisp nnd froaty.
Warmer weather IB looked for.
Look out for inorca'od gas bills , Mr.
Gcnrgo K Barker's wife presented htm
with n fine pair of twins Mon lay.
The street car line wns utterly de
moralized Monday afternoon , the snow
packing .md throwing the cars off every
Unity lyceuni meets Thumlay even
ing at tbo Unitarian church , with a fine
literary progr.immo and a dfaciiHaton on
The trains were very unexpectedly
generally on time \cstmluy. The Wabath
train from the cast was the only oti > seri
ously behind tlnv ; .
Merchants of Omnlm handling fur-
nish'd goods will dn well tn look through
the spring stock nri\v open of Shrove ,
JnrvU & Co. , MitUrd'd now' block , Har
vey slreet. fcb20-mo
The only c.isoi before Judge Dcuoko
yesttrday were three plulii tlruukn ,
One paid , one wai discharged and the
trial of tlie third was cu ttlnued until S
/slock ye tordny.
JnuoSwU.helm don't 1'ko ' Anun Dick-
Inson'd shape. She nays : "There are
women of HUCI stature and frame that in
male costume tluy may i > as < for men , but
Anna Dickinson is not one of thsin. "
The Chicago & Northwestern com
pany luiuon a very icsthetic bill of faro for
its dinlm ; cars on Saturday evening. On
the first pngo in a fine nutation of a
huge sunfl twer , with a Illy on the last
l > age.
Large assortment of fine Kngl'ih
pocket-knives and razors just re'elved at
Schrot.or & Boolit'i" , Opera lluueo Phar-
wacy , one door north of opera houso.
Prioen beyond competition and g.odi war
It it si d wild rabbit ) are c.-uiiiiu ead
havoo tn fruit trees nil over the country. In
some orchard ) hundreds i > f tree-liavo be > n
skinno i and killed by the Hh' > rt-o < tred ani-
mala , of which there are aaid to ba thou
sands this winter.
For Sale at a bargain , the stock and
fixtures of thoMlchtgin Tobaco Store ,
1417 Doughs street , Omaha. Business
first cla a , location good , rent low , satis
factory reasons for Boiling. Applv a * , the
- - - - - -
4 D. O. Lucas , the well known Thir-
tocnth street gn cer , died yesterday after
( hort IllnosM. Mr. Lucaa was a brother of
Lucas , formerly of the llrtn of MoNanmrn
4Lucns. ; He was very widely kuawn
arid' had many friends who will mourn his
Leo Concannon waa hauled into the
cooler last evenin ; by Frank Kaspor on
chaih'd of telling liorHo tn n party and
giving a clear title , audit being dlicovcrod
afterward , through a replevin milt , that
the borso had been p'tstored with a
Ploueer Hook * and Lidder company
No. 1 , attention. All members of said
company are hereby rocuicfted to mcel
Fe'brunry 22d , 1882 , at 8 o'clock . m. , of
Firemen's hall , to arrange for the funeral
ctremonicH of our later member , Kd Lu
C B. By aider of Phil Dorr , president.
- The director t.f the mint lias just de
cided that coin once punched or uiutllujec :
can only bo c msidercd as bullion there
after , even though the holou un filled wltl
the ratno quality of metal , and does not
intke the coin flt for o rculation ns legal
currency . Many coins have beeim i fil'ed '
aid hii dfclnlon it approved by Secretary
0. W , Greer , of Kearney , la in town.
J. W , Davis , of Gibbon , U a guest a
Mrf. & ( oNamara , of Laramle , U In tin
city visiting friends.
A. Lathrop , of Syraouso , arrived ii
W. Savage , of Glenwoid , ! . , U it
Oinaba un a businoia trip.
James A. I'otcrson , of Grand Iul ud
arrired la the city last evening ,
'j , P , Setts , of TeVamah , is In the clt )
He Is regiitered at tbo Croighton.
Robt. D. Daley , of Indiana , arrived lat
veniug. He la utopp'nn at the Orelsbton
A. 8. Love , of Fremont , ar.ivud !
Omaha yesterday , Ho U stopping at tli
J , It , Hunter , of Hnatlngn. arrived o
No. 4 yeaterda/ and will atop iu the city
day or two.
W. Baker and M. I ) , Thompson , of A
blon , are in the city. They are righto
ed at the Witbnell.
Sam T , Jack , agent of the Alice Oati
Opera IkufTe company , ia iu the city , Jl
it toppluc at the Witbnell.
John L. Thomas , of Washington , I
0. , arrived from tbo national capital liu
rreatng and rttfUtercd at the Oreightot
THE BOOM AT BOYD'S.
The Ovation to the Qleo Olub
and Panny Kollogg.
The Eoneflt to Manager Marsh
Forthcoming EntortnJnmonts for
It was a matter of aonorol rozret to
the music loving citizens of Omaha
that the clorlf of th'o weather took it
into his head to cant up the balance
sheet for the winter's ' weather on thu
day fixed for tint ( interesting event ,
BO long and eo overly anticipated ,
the Omaha Uloe club concert. The
vials of Ilia wrath , however , must have
boon poured out much more strongly
to have kept people away frpm the
opera house when the boys , were ad
vertised to sing and to bo assisted by
so famous and clmrmiiig a singer as
Miss Fanny Louisa Kollog. ; and such
artists as Messis.Cnlin and Siuor.
At 8 o'clock , therefore , the opera
house was Gllod by an audience of
taste and appreciation and by no
means small in numbers. A in
troduction to the enjoyment of the
ovonint. ; was the presentation to each
visitor , at the door of n neat little
book , containing the list of members
of the club , th programme of the
evening and tlio printed words of all
the numbers sung by Miss Kellogg
and the club during the evening.
This was a moat commendable fea
ture and an entirely now ono in
Omaha. The programme , already pub-
lishud , was carried out in unexcep
tionable style undur the leadership of
Mr. F. 8. Smith , tlio musical director
ot the club.
While space will not permit of nn
elaborate review of the evening's en
tertainment it must be said that it
ore than realized the highcet oxpcc-
\tions of their admirers 'and with the
dditinnnl nttrnctioiiH furnished by
lias Kollopg , Prof. Calm and Mr. Q.
" Sauor , it was simply superb.
The lady won great favor with old
ricnds and with thoto u'lm for the
rat tune heard i > ur wonderfully
woet nnd clear voice. The
mprovemont sincu Iiur visit throe
rookn ago is very perceptible and the
vation slip mot with from an enthu-
iastio audience , most have been ex-
romoly gratifying , Ssho was repeat'
dly oncorod-and floral tributes were
laid at her foot innumerable times
uring the ovcnintt.
The playing by Messrs. Calm and
auor was excellent and in every ro-
pcct up to the hi h standard sus-
incd by them heretofore.
The singinc l > y the Glee club was
oyond criticism as the great pub-
0 before whom they helped
0 sing Qarliold and Arthur
ito oilico will know without the
clling. To them halongs tlio great
raise for furnishing so magnificent
n entertainment to these who braved
10 storm in faith that they would bo
1 gratified. As it is impossible to
.ipntion nil the , numbers it must bo
laid in general that all were splendid-
y rendered and that the club stops up
pvcral degrees higher in the aflec-
ions of the public.
The sweet toned instrument which
.ccompanicd the singers was a mag-
ificont , upright Hallott & Davis
_ iano , furnished for the occasion by
A. Hospe , Jr.
. "FUN ON TUE nuisToL. "
The rext attract ion at the opera
, ouso is on Friday evening , the 25th ,
when the genial and popular Manager
'Marsh gets n bonpfit. The sale of ro-
lorvod seats began yesterday with
1 rush , itnd by the evening fixed
upon not u vacant chair will ho left in
, ho houso. "Fun on the Bristol , "
; ho great musical absurdity of the
age , will bo put on on this occasion
by Jarrett it .Rico's company. This
"Fun on the JJristol" is after the
same general plan as "Our Goblins"
and the "Troubadours "
, both of
which many of our amusement lovers
have soon , only it is more vivid in ac
ion , moro melodious in music and
more button-huMting in fun. The
company that present jt stopped hereabout
about four weeks ao , when en route
to the Pacific coast , nnd the throe ap
pearances two nights and a matinee
were each to crowded houses. Thu
press people everywhere are wild
with enthusiasm over the company
and the play , and Omaha has insisted
that the "Fun on the Bristol" appear
ono moro night , which .luckily is to bu
on Friday next. There will bo i
crowded house sure.
Havorly's famous "Stratogists" np.
pear at Boyd's on Monday evening ,
on their way to San Francisco. Tim
company is well known , not only ii
Omaha , but nil over the country , like
all of Ilavorly's parties being first
class. Havurly don't send a company
out if it wont aiiiuso thu people and
draw a bigger crowd nt each succeed
ing visit. That's the kind of a hair
pin Haverly is , so look out for tin
-Strategists , and for fun
Alice Oatoa1 Comic Opera compair
appear nt the Boyd on Thursday , Fri
day and Saturday of next week.
Tlio peerless queen of Amoricai
opera boufTi ) , with her superb compu
ny of thirly-firo artists , will produa
the beautiful romantic opera bouflV
in three acts , entitled , "dirono Oiru
fla , " Alice Oatoa as the twins , witl
the entire strength of the company ii
BURIED BY A BANK.
A Laborer on the B. & M. Dope
Grounds Badly Hurt.
About 2 o'clock yesterday a
accident , whiohcamo near being fata
occurred at the foot of Howard street
where the Rang of inoti employed b
James Btuphenson in grading th
property , under contract from the 1
& JI. , were at work.
and another ma
wore using picks at the base c
a bank that
was boinij 01
away , while several others wei
at work on top , Suddenly tlio ban
caved in and Ravonsoroft was covore
by the frozen clay. Ho was extricate
aa soon as possible and convoyed t
his room in tlio American houso.
where Dr. Moore was called to attend
him. His right Ins vvft" badly hurt ,
lim face bruised , nnd Bovcro internal
injuries sustained , Dr. Moore thinks
none of the wounds arc serious ,
( Jfflcoro Elected.
The nflicorsof the Douglas County
Hiblo Bocioty for 1882 , were elected
Monday ns follows :
President- . Win. McCand-
Si-crotary NVarron Switzlor , Esq.
Treasurer John L. McCague.
Depositor Oeo. T. Howaer.
The depository is at the Y. M. 0.
An Important Land Oaee Left
in Statu Quo by a Stubborn -
Henry Slort Pleads the Illegality of
the Grand Jury.
The cftso of J. E. North vs.V. . L.
I'oabody , which has been on trial in
the district court for several days past ,
was loft in statu quo yesterday , the
jury , after a twenty-four hours' confinement -
finemont in their room , returning
with thu mil.ouiicomont thatthoy wore
unable to agree upon a vordict. It is
understood that they stood nine for
Peabody and three for North. This
case , which was begun some time ago ,
but is now tried for the first time , in
volves the title to about thirty acres
of land adjoining this city on thu
west , though Peabody is interested in
but a small portion of the tract , prob
ably about two acres.
It seems that about thirty years ago
Mr. North's ' mother came to this coun
try and entered this land , for which
she received the patent from the gov
ernment. The tract was alter ward
dcodod to Augustus Oroator , Jr. , who
in turn deeded it to his father , Au
gustus Greater , Sr. , and then followed
transfers from the Creators to North ,
North to the Creators , etc. , until
filially George M. O'Brien , Jr. , of
this city , secured a half interest with
Whiln the property was in the hands
of the Qroators they became involved
to some extent and a deed was made
to St. Louis creditors , who gave Hon.
J. LI. Woolworth a power of attorney
to sell the land , which ho did , Mr.
Joel T. Griflin becoming thu purchaser
associated with Ilollin 0. Smith.
They laid out the tract as an addition
to the city and have since sold parcels
of the land , in ono acre lots , to various
parties , of whom Peabody was ono.
The suit against Peabody is brought
test of the title to the whole
North claims that , the deed made
by his mother to Greater , jr. , was in
trust for him , and thai the deed subs -
s quontly made by himself to Grea
ter was executed , while ho was a
minor and unable to make a valid
deed. Since coming of ago North
has made a deed to himself of the
entire property , disapproving all pre
vious deeds mado. The case now
goes over for a new trial.
The case of Dudley Curtis , color
ed , indicted for burglarizing J. W.
Murphy's liquor store , was begun
Monday afternoon , Arthur Wakely
being his attorney. The jury went
out about 11 a. in. yesterday. It was
the general opinion that the state had
failed to make a case.
Henry Siertwasnrraigned yesterday
the Slooumb law , there being two in
dictments agjinst him , the first con-
taing throe counts. His counsel ,
Walter Bennett , filed a plea in abate
ment , which is identical with that in
the Kostcrs' case , published Mon
day. The trial of his cases will con-
forenoon for his alleged violation of
scquontly not come up until Judge
Savage passes on the legality of the
organization of the recent grand jury.
The jury in the cose of Dudley
Curtis , the darkey indicted tor bur
glary , returned a verdict of not guil
ty. The trouble with the prosecution
was that no very vigorous attempt
to present testimony against the pris
oner was made by the parties com
Martin Grace , indicted for robbing
the store of Henry I3oal , was tried in
the afternoon. An active defense wai
made , but the testimony was too clear ,
and the jury came back into the court
room in a few minutes after leaving
it with a verdict of guilty. Jack
Donohuo is mixed up in the same
To-day the Borkman case comes up ,
and it is expected that it will bo most
closely tried. Borkman ia indicted
upon tbo combined charges of umboz-
z omont and grand larceny , and the
question will arise , if the continued
ntealings of a person can bo combined
and made , in the aggregate , to
answer the purpose for an embezzle
ment or grand larceny charge. This
ia , without doubt , a pretty legal
point , and the argumentative war be
tween District Attorney Burnhain
and Ool. Smytho 11 liable to bo quite
FARMERS AND MECHANICS.
If you wish to avoid great dangoi
and trouble , besides a no small bill
of expense , at , this season of the year ,
you should take prompt stops to kooj
disease from your household. The
8 > stem should bo cleansed , blood
purified , stomach and bowels ropula-
ted , and prevent and euro disease !
arising from spring malaria. Wo know
of nothing Unit will so porfoctiy one
surely do this as Electric Bitters , one
at the trilling cost of fifty cent a hot
tie. [ Exchange.
Sold by Inh & MoM ahon. 1
Embroideries KIOHT inches wide a
35 cents per yard. Narrow ones a
from 1 cent per yard upwards at Bush
man's are certainly bargains that can
not bo found elsewhere. The iowes
cash prices are always guaranteed a
Carload of Landroth'a Garden Seed
just received. For sale in bulk or b'
the package. They are the boat.
FeblO2wood.HENHV BOLLN & Co ,
* _ -
The Worst Weather of the
Present Winter Come
Vonnor Hits the Nail on the Hood for
The nearest approach to winter
weather yet experienced in that of
the past four or five days , which
seems to-day t < > bn practically over.
Since the IGth of this month the
signal service bulletins have reported
falling temperature nnd increasing
precipitation from almost all the sta
tions repotting to the Omaha oilico ,
and it was evident that wo would not
bo spared an early visit from old King
Frost and his faithful attendant , the
Early on the morning of the 17th
light BUOW began to full , which sooii
turned into sleet , rendering the streets
.slippery and dangerous to pedestrian ? .
This continued throughout the night
and the following morning , when thu
slcot oh nged to rain , ending at 1:20 :
p. m. Previous to its cessation two
distinct sounds of thunder and a Hash
of lightning occurred , which were all
witnessed nt other and widely distant
places. While the rain continued ,
the wind blew from the southeast ,
but immediately after varied to the
northwest , blowing at a terrible ve
locity , the toinporaturo at the same
time falling perceptibly.
Sunday , the 19thwas a cold , windy
and cloudy day. The thermometer
fell as low ns 3 9' , and never rose
above 10 3 ° . A t about 4 o'clock Mon
day morning a heavy snow fart sot in ,
which continued unabated all day
and into the small hours of this morn
ing. The total amount of snow , rain ,
and flloet throughout the storm
amounted to.55 inchedwhichremem
bering that melted snow measures
only ab ut one-tenth of iu original
depth is quite considerable.
The mercury Monday and to-day
bus not fallen to the low degree it had
reached Sunday , but neither does it
inake any perceptible advance , except
where thu nun heats the atmosphere.
In the west nnd northwest it was
pretty cold Monday morning , St.
Vincent , Minn. , enjoying a tempera
ture of34 ° to begin the week with ;
Moorhoad - 15" ; Buford-24" ; Bis
marck 19 ; Ouster 10 , the weather
being clear and biting.
Yesterday no reports whatever
were received from those places , the
telegraph wires between this city and
Chicago , as well as other eastern sta
tions , being down , from which it will
be seen that the storm which has cov
ered a wide area of our western coun
try is moving eastward.
What makes this change all the
moro disagreeable is the preceding
fine weather enjoyed , many having
settled down to the belief that the
winter was it a premature end , and
its grim reappearance having disap
However , wo have had such a series
f beautiful days , that it should bo
iasy to boar this temporary interrup-
ion. The sun is too high on thu
cnith. and the season too far ad-
anced to make many such repeti-
The opportunity to get out the
loighs ana cutters which have lain
die all winter , has been improved ,
nd were the roads less rough another
loighing carnival , like last winter's ,
night be enjoyed , minus the visit to
Council Bluffs. The bright and beau-
iful weather of to-day promises to cut
,11 , this short and it will bo but a short
ime until wind and rain will follow
n the wuko of snow and ice , bringing
up that terrible paving question again.
RJ The storm has not , it is believed ,
.fleeted . the railroads seriously. While
t extended the entire length of the
Union Pacific to Ogden the drifting
up to a late hour last night , was not
ulHciont to delay trains much. The
Denver train , due at 7:35 : yesterday
: amo in on time , and it is hoped
hat no serious interruption to travel
will occur ,
There waa considerable snow and
drifting along the B. & M. , and
height train * were laid up for the
night. To-day's passenger train from
ho south was behind time.
The St. Paul and Omaha line ,
which was closed up for so long last
winter , is a suiloror again to a limit
ed extent. The train which left Mon
day morning for Sioux City got as
far as Blair , and many of the passen-
era returned Monday night.
EDMUND C. LUCAS.
Death of this Popular Young Man at
The serious , although sudden at-
aokof disease which had been threat
ening the life of Ed. Lucas for three
or four days , terminated yesterday
afternoon in his death. He was re
ported to'be sinking on Sunday , but
on Monday now hopiw of his recovery
were entertained , and it was trusted
by many of his friends that ho would
again bo around and once more among
the congenial acquaintances of whom
ho was the general favorite. But
the fierceness of the deadly attack
upon hi * system was too great , nnd
yesterday , uftor a desperate struggle
for life , ho passed intotho mysterious
and silent unknown.
Mr. Lucas was born in Irnland , and
was brought to this country by his
parents , John and Ella Lucas , when
ho was a babe. The family moved to
Galena , 111. , the homo of ox-Presi
dent Grant , and remained there about
thirteen years. About twenty
rears ago the elder Lucas resolved to
.ry his fortunes further west and came
to Omaha with his fami.y. Since
then the father and ono son , Henry ,
besides other members of the family ,
have died , leaving Mrs. Lucas t
widow with two .sons , Edwin ant
John. Henry was associated foi
aomo time in the liquor business witl
MoNaiuara , nnd thu deceased was en
gaged in the grocery business at tin
corner of Thirteenth nnd Ohicagc
streets , where ho carried on an extensive
Personally Mr. Lucas was vorj
popular nnd ho had as many friends
probably , as any man of his ago ii
the city. That ho was of good asu
gouoroua nature is shown by the. ox
prcssion of his grief striokui inu.hor ,
as she gazed long and toarml j nt his
silent form lust evening , "llii was a
good , dutiful and loving son. "
The funeral ill take place on
Thursday , but the hour has not been
determined upon. It will doubtless
bo very largely attended.
The Breaking1 of ti Switch Rod Demor
alizes Three Engines.
The west bound Denver fast
line , No. 1 , on the U. P. Monday
mot with quite an accident at Sum
mit Siding , three miles west of the
_ No. 1 was going over the summit ,
with two engines drawing her ; a
freight lay on the aiding waiting for
her to pass. At this juncture
the switch rod broke and
ono engine and part of the next took
the main line and the tank of the second
end took the side-track and ran into
freight engine. The damngo was not
ho vy and the delay was short. No
ono wns hurt but if the train had boon
running fast there would have been a
The Convention of Nebraska School
Teachers at Crete In March.
The sixteenth annual meeting of the
State Teachers' association of Ne
braska will be hold at Crete , on the
28th , 21Hh and 30th of next month.
It will bo attended by n number of
teachers from this city , us well as
from various other points throughout
the state , nnd to all the following
programme for the week will be inter
esting rendiii ! ! .
TUK.HI > A.Y KVBNINO , 7:30. :
Address \vulcomu , lion. M. B. 0.
True , Crete.
Response , J. A. Smith , superin
tendent public instruction of Sounders
county , Wahoo.
Lecture , E. B. Fuirfiold , chancellor
state university , Lincoln.
WEDNESDAY , 0 A H.
President's address , Hon. W. W.
W. Jones , state supcri.itendent of
public instruction , Lincoln.
Discussion Resolved , That the
educational interests ot the state de
mand that the right of suffrage bo ex
tended to women. Paper on affirma
tive , Miss Jessie Ban' , teacher state
Normal school , Pern ; paper on nega
tiye , Miss Lydia V. Cone , teacher
Doano college , Crete.
WEDNESDAY , 2 P. M.
Report of committee on revision
Paper Co-operation of parents , O.
0. Hubbell , city superintendent of
public instruction , Hastings. [ Each
teacher requested to make suggestions
on best methods of securing co-opera
Paper Morals in school , 0. D.
Hino , principal of high school ,
Discussion Resolved , That the
literary notes and educational columns
in state newspapers receive the cordial
support of the association.
WEDNESDAY ; 7 J30 P. M.
Address Education of American
iris , J. L. Pickard , president state
niversity of Iowa , Iowa City.
THURSDAY , 9 A. M.
Lecture Are our public schools
ulfilling the object for which they
rore established I R. L. Livingston ,
rincipal high school , Calhoun.
Paper Kindergarten , Mrs. T. H.
Dey , teacher , Brownvillo.
Paper The modern country school ,
rlrs. E. T. Shick ; superintendent pub-
'c instruction , Nemaha county , Slier-
THURSDAY , 2 P. M.
Election of officers.
Paper Teachers and their wages ,
H. S. Bowers , superintendent of
iublic instruction , Lancaster county ,
Paper Spelling loform , G. E. Barr -
r , city superintendent public in-
truction , Grand Island.
THURSDAY , 7 :30 : P. M.
Railroads give reduction tor return
, rip to these who have paid full fare
; oing. Hotels will furnish board at
educed rates to all , and Indies will be
ntertainod by private citizens. That
.rrangemonts for entertainment at
hotels and in private families may bo
.otnplcto , any who propose to attend
ihould send their names to Edward
Healy , Crete , not later than March
20. For further information address
chairman of executive committee ,
Prof. D. B. Perry , president Doano
college , Crete , Neb.
The rending of papers will bo fol-
.owed by general discussion. The
time occupied in the reading of a pa
per is not to exceed twenty minutes.
Speakers are limited to ton minutes.
Grand Ball at Kuony'a Boll by tbo
Emmet Monument Association.
The Emmet Monument Association
gave a grand ball at Kuony'a hall last
light in honor of Washington's birth
day and the birth also of Henry Grat-
an who proclaimed Irish indepen
dence. There wia a largo attendance
and all enjoyed a splendid liiao.
Gtvynnor's orchestra furnished the
music and it wiw certainly of a high
Tko following wore the committee *
all of whom carried out in fine ordei
their especial duties :
ArrangomontH John Reagan , B ,
McGinn , M. J. McMnhon , Richard
Reception Thomas Tallon , J. I ,
Nichol , O. M. O'Brion , William Gen
tleman , Patrick Carroll.
Floor Managers John Sheehan
Jamoa McCoy , Michael Lee , Putricl
Heaphy , John Price.
HICKMAN'S HEADQUARTERS , 1301
FARNHAM STREET. fol > 7-tf
Light Rubber Boots at
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS' .
Another Brick Block of Swell Front
A dale of the Mot'ii-iint ' church
property , nt the southiM * corner of
Seventeenth street and Capitol ave
nue , was closed up Monday , Mr.
Gilbert M. Hitchcock , oldest son of
the Into Scnator
> Hitchcock , nnd ono
of Omaha's rising nnd promising
young attorneys , being the purchaser.
The sale wns made through Bemis'
real estate nsoncy , the consideration
being § 15,000. The property includes
the brick chapel and parsonage , nnd
132x120 feet of ground , being a quar
ter of the biuuk
Mr Hitchcock has plans ready for
a brick block of six two-story and
basement swell front residences , ao
arranged that they can bo readily
changed into stores when the loc.Uiiy
demands it. The block will have a
north frontage of 132 feet on Capitol
The antidotal theory , now admitted lo bo
the onlytrontmont which'Will eradicate Qatar-
Mov. Chas. II. Taylor , 140 Noble street , Brook
lyn , N. Y. : "Ono package effected a radical
Rev. Gco. A. Ruls , Coblcsklll , Sctioharle , Co. .
N. Y. : It restored mo to HIT ministerial 1 *
bora. ' ?
Rov. W II. Sumner , Frederick. Md. : "F no
results In six cases In my family. "
Rov. dco E. .1'ratt , St. Stephen's Rector
1'hlo. : "Quito wonderful ; let me dlstrlbut
your Trcatl o , "
Chaa. II. Stanhope , Newport , R. I. : I was
too deaf to hear thochutch bclla ring ; hcailne
Uvorgo W. Lambrluhr , 73 lllddl street , Daltl-
moro , JId. : "Suffered 8 yenr ; perfectly
Sirs. II. E. Shcnney , 3f > 22 Satah street , St.
Louis : "The Brat natural breith In 0 years- "
Mrs. J. W..rurcell , Golden City , Col. : "Used
only cno package ; entirely iurcd ; uuflcred 24
Dr. F. N. Clark , Dentist , 8 Montgomery street ,
San Francisco : "Suflcred Ib years ; perfectly
cured , " etc.
Dr. Wei Do Meyer's Popular "TREATISE"
on Catar h ma-le'l ( roc. The great Cure IB do-
llveredby ] > 'i'uM. ' t' < \ O B. Dewey & Co , ,
182 Fulton btitut , New V..rk Sfor I 00 ,
TO LOAN MONt .
ONCY TO LOAN ( fell at Law omoo of D.
MO L. Thoma ItooinH Crelghton Block.
\'w \ I'OA.N At 8 per ccnclti-
i < r it In Hiiuitof ? 2,6no and
up'M.nb , for S to A yf.r . on ' .rst-'lus. elf ir.il
larai proi > erty. Rj' < ii I'.rti , " > T > T , , , , ,
Amvcr. Iftth a'nl IVii.vlts
- Eik f * * Aft I t.C.
ANTKU 100 g od men for ralroai ! work.
W H. .Mannwuiler , Kmploymcnt Agent , 11 h
, near Farnliom. 222 23 *
- teams , 100 ( rood tea ntcrs. to
work on the n Iroid at Tc"um eh. Ap
ply at O'ice ' to It 5Unn\rcil r , cinplojuiont
agent , llth street , near Farnhim. 223-13 *
WANTED By a young m n 17 jcarj of o c
a place to work for nls board o.n > i K 10
i hool. wiling t > maKe lilmuelf iicm-rally u o-
fill. Addre.-s J. James , room 6 , Crci 'hton
block. 2J ! 23
WANTFD By a younj ? lady Just from
Hweden , p'ace In family. Will work
cr.eap until she learns English. Inquire- Y.
M. C. A. 230-21 *
I ? ANTED Two girls ut the failflc Houw.
W 223 " 2 *
ANTEDOlrl for Kcneral housework. Ap
W piy al 2ul6 California St 22D-V3 *
By lady and daughter 10 years
WAITED in pr vote family or ho el.
Uood refe 01 ces. Call at Y. M. C. A. 231 21 *
'TTT'ANTED House with 6 r'orns , good loca-
W tion. Applv 1011 Calif rnit bt. P. T.
Martin. 226-25 *
First-class plrl at N. E. corner
W 17th and Chicago Si : 219-21
2 Rood dlnlrg room Rlils. Good
WANTED to good help Apply * t once at
crkins Home , Plattcmouth , Neb. (20 22
, X7"ANTED Employment by 2 German ( fills.
r Y II Mannweller , employment agent , llth
t , near Farnhain. 214-22 *
PANTED A nurse at the Crcifhton Ifoube.
grot\ teamsters for railroad
work. II. Mannuellcr , Employment
.gent , llth stree. , near K.-rnhani. 210-211
ilfTANTED A man to UVo eve of horses ,
YY etc , Apply Odd Fellows' Block , room
o. 2. 10fl-21 *
'ANTED Good cook at Grand Pacific Intel ,
W Columbus , Wooman proferrtd. 107-tf
PANTi1)Small Rlrl to take care of a baby ,
W norti ttfut rorner 23d and llu tSU. 187-22 *
ANTED Good dining room girl at the bt.
W Charles Hotel. 103-tl
ITTANTED tirst-clanscooit , ono who uuder-
YY 8tauceu.ext ! cooklmroswcllaspJBlry ; none
ut first clots need apply. Also a good hey an
, alter. Apply atll05F. mhani it 968-oadl
ANTED Fundlnir brldgn and school bonds.
VY H. T. Clark , Ucllovue. ! 0-tf
[ TTANTED 1 children as b'ardcre In a telcct
YY school , at 10th and California Bt. L. B.
RFNT WOU8EB AND LAND
[ 7 < 0 BENT HcRantly fiirnUhcd rotma with
D flret-chcs boBnl , uiw , Imthroom and wa.er
lOp-.t tlJHDodje t. ? i ° ' ? * I
T Nl ( lyfiirnlahcdroom. Applv at
FORRH Farnhum . 818-tt
nOH KENT A hand-onloly fu nlthed parlor
D room , alpo an HCO O room with boaratlow-
st r-flecn. Hil U hone. 2113 Cats St. 317-tl
RKET Store room In btlck bulldtnB , N.
FU . corner 10th and CumlnR. 0. F Good'
umn , 1 lin Ktunhi m St. ZCtt-tt
170R H KNT-Sttftll barn , mntablo for I horses ,
I corner Karnham mud 21th St. Api'ly ' to J.
K Slue.e. 1107 I'ainey St. 193 U
n RKNT Houi-o on Sherman avenue , 7
, roiniB , withiUble. Ari'lytoK. W. Mer
rill. 3U7 8. l'.th St. ? 07'u _
* OOR > < ENT A farm one mile * ut of Mlli
L1 Station , 8t Haul , Sioux City & Omaha K.
It. over rno hundred acres In cultivation , Ap
tly to Clirkton & Hunt , 14th St.near Farnhiai ,
IIENT furnUhi-d rooii-j , r.orthno-tt tor
FOR nd Ca-s.
RKNT Nlc house , 4 rooms , 11 otoneli
FOR pantry , water worKi In houic. f. . DHL'
ga , 1112 S 13th t. 181.21
HKNT Furiitohoil room. Iimnlro atS
F01 . cor. Jan'so'i and K > th Ht. ; H-tl
RKNT Rooms U Jacob Keck
| rUH 11 KNT .Nicily ( uriiUhod rooms , at 101
L1 Chicago 8t. 17 tf
1011 RENT Furnished with or without b an
I ' a front room. | > lra < antly locate l on fln > t floor
at Nul 315 N. Hlh bt. , vase Mo , bet , Daivnpor
and Chlrago. IVo goullfinen or man riU wlf
prcfoirtd. liijulre on prciulkcs DU-tf
UKKT-FuniUhcd rooms. Dealr-ib o Ir
EOR , asutlmuat c rncr 19th and lU.vn
port tt * . ODfl-tf.
UENT-FuruUheU front room , N. E. cor
FOH and Jtckton. (2-tf
RKNT llouie ot tight roouii. Ecquli
EOR . Pblppl iloc , 151J U. t'UUa St. 677-tl
SPKOIAL NOTICES flontimiprj
i"VW HKNV One of the bust tatH i Oil , i\ng \
L1 St. , SOrtl , by January 1 , 1832. 2U tf
7.0R KENT S furnished room * OV T lei
chante' Kxchinuo.N , K er. ' . imh ml Orlf.
treet * . * > "
T710IIHKNT Nicely furnlihvii toonw with or
JL without boanl. KrmaonMilo prices. 2013
iriORSALK Second hand wngom and harness
L' by D. UThoinax , Room S , Crclghton Block.
HiUS rents house * , lot * , farms , store * , lands ,
J3 rooms , etc. Olllcci 16th and Douglas St .
OR HALIFrcfti niilcu L-OV-.D , aliu nice fresti
butter at Deal's Grocery l tore , corner Tenth
nil Dodge. PebS-lm * .
| 7URHAI.E--Kotaun > ntwlth Rood riuronajfo
L ri 10th St. ; reason for scllng , must go cost
o lock aft < r Impottant butlntst t-niutiro at
108. luthSt. 174'lf.
I 1011 SAI.K 10,000 Illadc Cap Mammoth Clus
ter Kubcrry Roots "Idle WIM Place. '
.eavu ord.mat 1414 Uodjjo St. JOHN 0. WIL-
.IS , Commisslo i-toro. 151 tf
JKMIB' NKW C1TV MAPS. 10c.-Mount d
J Mnps , 82.60. OEO. P. I ) KM IS.
pOR SALE Mules nnd Imn c * it Redman's
1 It'tn sir ct barn- 141-0'
mOR SALE Very cheap , the lurnUhlntK of 2
U rooms , dining mid bed room , all n Al cn
cd by a yonn.r couple only a few week * . At *
ly or audrcss 1105 S. Oth St Privilege of rent *
ng the 2 rooms , cheap. 221-21 *
[ 71011 SE At Solomon's , 1204 Farnhim St. ,
L1 gold fish , slh/er fish , ccl % alligator * , devil
all , Imported canary birds , t > lking i nrrof , gold
nchcs , red birds , mocking birds , fish globes and.
quarlums , all elaos anil t-tjlcs , at prlcoi rcivton-
[ 71 Oil SALE A good second hand street hack
J for sale , at a low bargain , by Dr. Isaac
Cdwards , 1109 Famham street. 74.tf.
71011 SALE House and full lot in good loca-
1 ; tlon , cheap. Price , $1260. Easy terms ,
IcCAGUE , Opp. post ( .like. 16tf
710R SALE Best building lot In bhlnn'a od-
J ditlon , 142 feet cast front by 120 feet depth.
IcCAQUE , Opp. post offlco. 14 tf
[ 710R SALE 1 S'ifrol stallion , Clydoilale , 8
1 } years old , weighing I860 pounds. 1 Mack
talllon , J Norman j Morgan , 5 years old , noltrh-
iig 1550 poun'ds , took firs' premium at Nebraska
late Fair , 1SS1 , 1 Kentucky Jack , black ,
weighing about 000 pounds , 4 years eli ) , took
rst prcintuin at Nebra ka State Fair , 1BSU and
SSI. Inquire of Chaa. Nehor , Famirrs House ,
SALE OR RENT A grocery store and
butcher shop , doing a Rood business. ID-
ulrj at this ofllcc. 012-tt
CTOR SALE 2 nice counters and 2 ulhor plated
[ ' th > w cases , at Oco. U. Potoison's , 81)4 South
Oth St. 7 l-tf
71011 SALE ilr will cxiha go lor Ouunu > > '
* perly , an impro\ed sea on of land niljoln-
np n station on U. P. R. R. M. DUNHAM , 1412
arnham St. , Omaha. 7' > 'lm <
[ 710R SALE Or trade for city property , on
J fpan of horeca , harness and wagon. Addn
. Y. , this offlc 4 ' 22 tf
[ 7IOR HALE A good oi n-ycar-old horse
J Warranted to urho dlua'Iu or double. En
uiro of George Cnnlicld , CanOold house.
JEMIS so Is houses , lots , farms and Uudn.
Oilico , 16th and Uuga ! Sts.
> OOMS and flrst-class table board at 2011
b CassSl. 224-21 *
HAKKN' 1' ! ' lly the Bub'ciiber Feh 10 , 1882 ,
JL near Wc t mi'a ' , 1 bay luaro tuppo-cd tea
a b ut t A el v jeurso'd , 1 two-year-old colt ,
ark r.rnwn , | > ta I > g colt , dark brown , with
tranhulrcronliish.ti.il Owner is requested to
ay rliarirca mm ta-e hm property. H. W. CAR-
r OST Between 8th nnd Howard -uiil 12 111 and
Lj Douglas Sts. . box containli'i ; 2 hatt 1 white
eitandone summer hat Fnulcr will pletso
tavo at this olllce and reueh u reward. 125-27 *
- Famhun St. , bunch' ct ko > 8 ,
POUND-On . 1,1882 Ii qulru ut corner 'Jfctli
nd Dodge St. James 0 John-oil. 21G.22 *
E4UTIPUL KESIDENCK LOTS-9-MO elth ,
_ 35 do "ii mil ? 5 par month. 1 > EMI" , tt < j nt ,
&thand Douglas Sta
rNSTRUCTlON ON TVPE-WftlTKRS-Wo
L are in fri'ucrt ] rau Ifit of applications for
perutors. UKLL & AMES , 1(06 Farnham ,
\tfents Remington Type-Writer. feblB-lm
ITKAYKD-AIaigo cd cow withhorns turn
J ed in a little , last e < n on I'lurco St.
hull's addition , accompanied by a calf. Apply
o 2i 3 Howard St. , bet. 12ti and 13tu. 29i tf
UFNT Choice of 30 full lots to le sa
5 near Crolghton ColIcgB forZ pcr jcar.
) extcr L. Thomas & Broi , Room 8 , Crcltfhton
Block. to .tf
f OTS , 8l'.0 each , 85 down and ? 5 per month
LJ HKMln , Agent.
Ha r bracilet , t pped wUhigolJon 14th.
LOST . , bot. Douglas and , Cos * . Kinder please
eave t Dee olllce. " 09 tf
CJTOCK FARM FOR SALE 1000 acres 111 Doug.
J Ian Co. , Nfb. , 250 acres broken dwol Ing
ous- , barn , cattle sealer , larRo body of heavy
Imber and running water ; m lot from U P. R.
" Apply to or address T. W. T. Richards ,
In semi-annual , clht ( (8) ( ) p er
cent. Interest notes sjcured :
y real state mortgage for tale. Addicts I' . O.
Box t2. 208-7
RICK FOK S ,
B 203-tf KSTABKOOK A
PlI'O'CR ' First-clas * tablu boauilM.OOperweek.
_ / at 00518th Bt. , bet , California and Wcbater.
OITRAYED UaiTmaro with mdlle and bridle ,
3 brand K. on IM'thoulfar. Finder wiltl
> Tea < o rolurnto2il3.Che.igo. St. , and rtcelve
eward. 1' . W. BUIW3IIMOKI. ; . 101-tf
UON'f IIOOU , FUKNlbllEl ) , Suitable for twa ,
U gentlemen , on Davenport tit. , bet 15th nnd/
eth , south side. - 160 tf
RICK FOB SALE T. MuTray.
JIANO ANDOHGAN.Instructlon by Miss E.
j. 8. I'arH t , " . 20th Ht below Plero. ) . 01-tl
1'IUCK paid lor all kinds of iron ,
HIQIIEST and rags , by I. dallnsky & Co. , 102
CTURNIallED ROOMS FOR RENT B. WCor.
L ! 10th and Davtnpoit ( t. 09fl-tt
FURSI8IIED KOOMS FOR HKNT.-In
nuiro at Ho9i > o's Art Kraporluui , IfilODodgc
itrcc . _ _ _ 8 8-tf
OF SMALL USINES81
MANAGEMENT > i nrcd man.
. o. Box 602 City. OUB.tt
rn KODiltl Within throo. blocks o
J poatoiaco. limulreatlSlDPod . 026-tf
IN ulUil'.J.N i'istlli. Will Ull ,
POUTKAriti r lntliiL' . MU3 , D. U.
iVARDNKK , room ) , Jacob's Clock. 642-tf
1IAV Al A. 11. BanUer's tvon aiott\
BALED Harnty S . slO-tf
lliti powder never cartes. A marvel of p'Jilty ,
tcength and MholmomeneM. More economical
ihan the crJIiiirj kinds , and cannot l > o sold ID
competition with the multitude of low teat , T"
short weleht , alum or phosphite pondnij
Sold only In cuin.
KOYAL BAKINO POWDER CO , .
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