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TFTR OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUKSDAi' , MARCH 2 iB82
TEE DAILY BEE
Tuesday Morning March 2B ,
. Weather Report-
( Tha following obsarvftUonn Krh KaV.en
the Bfttn * moment ot ttma ftt ' Ve nU
Uons named. )
Wui D ri ninr , U. B.Kw Aii Srimci , \
OHliU , ! rch , 188 * . n-B p. m. ) /
imciter. imc iter. SI1 5
10.01 inr Cleat
10.03 NW Irisk Cleat
W Brit * air
90.11 NW Fre h 3eat
3D.OS N Hrlsk 71 ear
JDetVokiM 29.tS Fnnh Cletr
" Datrnpoit. 2J.S7 NW firlsk Cloudy
NW Fronh Oliar
-fit. l/crato . n.B2 NW llrluli Cloudy
Veorhead. . 3,1.0) NW LlRht Clear
JVJaoent. . . SO.03 S I.'itht Clear
'JTitmarck. 29.84 if. Ililsk Cloudj )
teulord. . . . 9W Freth Cloudy
2 > ! g2 98W Okie Fair
Deadmxx ) . 29.0 ( 8W Ilrisk Fair
Anlnlborn : 29.71 SW Fair
RlTer < ; t 11 Incbe above high water mark.
'The Social Art club meet * al 3 p. ti
1 td y.
- The ( jratid jury has not yei been di
Tlio drunk * yefltcnlsy kept out of U
of the police.
The Standard Clu'j cloo It.s ncnsot
n calico ball on April 1'Jtb
The ilemocrntic prlinftritH will l > hoi
nn thla city on Thundny ovotiing.
Annlo 1'lxlc ? ftppoar * at Itoyd'H opei
V faouwt , Tnurpiilay ovonlnc , Muroh 30th , !
The Conoonlin Subncrlptbn
ball taken place a week trom Honda
The tyed Cloud U expected to nrii\
from 8t.Iiouln this fnording , boun
It ( fl cfltlnntod that the scbool connt
DOW being tnkcn will show nenrflO.OO
achool children In Omaha.
TwoTnow cors with n bridge ropnlrln
utfit are lylni ; In the U. I * , depot 'read
for a trip orerthe main line.
Yesterday the last day for Tiling oppll
cations far liquor licenxcB and upwards o
In at .
H Tcnty-fivo were noon.
Otln H. DalloQ IIM re umod the practice
tico of law in thin city nnd opened out n :
office in room No. C , Union block.
A. meeting of tbo TcamntorB' ( Dnibi
will bo held at Keller 'H hall nt 7:40 p. in
Andron' Baiar , 1008 Karnam , agen
for the Universal Fanhion Company's I'oi
feet Pftttofns. .Spring atylrs now ready
Now ideas. Catalogueii free. inch27-Gt
The "Oannon-llnll" train was put 01
again Sunday by the old rellabl
Wabiwbroad. This will be appreciate (
by none more than by the Omaha btuineH
The Biert cased were called up in dia
Wet court ycHtcrday , and the COHO of tin
ntato TB. Barney Shannon , will como up to
morrow morning. Walter Bonnet
appears for the defense in both matter * .
ThowindowHof the new Grand Cen
tral hotel are all in except the lower storj
where both window * and doors ure bnardet
up , BO thatlhfj.cntlro hulding is onolonet
'iff and workmenjpfotected from the weather
A jipbdiol ratnjwith private coach No
12 went outtloiPapIllion at fl yeaterda ]
with Dlvloioa Superintendent Nicholi
and party on 'board , return ! OR at noon ,
The object-wan the location of the already
located junction with the IIsBourl Pacific.
The position of regiHtrar of the
Fourth ward , made vacant by the reHlgna-
tion of Cuptain John S. Wood , han been
filled by the appointment of ox-Mayor
Wilbur. Captain Wood entered upon his
diitlcfl in the mall Hervico ycwtenlny.
Saturday afternoon n north bound
freight train on the Omaha & St. 1'mil
railroad wan ditched sevtn tnileti Botith efFort
Fort Calhoun , owing to the Hproadlng of
the rails , The engine , tender and six cnrs
wont Into the ditch , the engine being badly
The work of lowering the Farnom
street grade from .Sixteenth out and nluo
of cutting down thu court nouxo square ,
WM begun by the contractor ycxtorday
with a largo forcu of teams nnd men ,
Thofrauio work uf the house to be uued by
the carpenters and other workmen in up ,
and buslneia in beginning in active style ,
The thtr enth annual ball of the
Hmmet Monument aHBoclatlan will bo
given Kanter Monday evening at Kuouy'g
hall. The KinmetH have eittablUhed n
reputation in the social line that Insures u
crush at the coining annual ball. Coming
doss on the heels of Lent , thuoUrlc of
terpuichuro can relieve theniHolvuii to their
William McOovern , one of the Unli > n
PaclfiQ yurd men , was ( inlte uorloutly in
jured oh Saturday afternoon by fullini ? be
tween two 04M. 1IU injurluj were not
appirmt in broken liono ? , but it WAI
i feared were internal iiml posxlbly fatal. He
was taken to hia homo and received
, prompt attention , Yesterday wa reported
a < much bettor and will probably recover
In few dn > 'n ,
Uev. Dr. Thomson , provident of the
'Nebraska Conference Seminary , located
at York , delivered a very fine educational
ennon at the Flint M. K. rimrch flnn
. .day .morning to an appreciative audience.
The Dr. and bis wlfo are guenU of M. fl.
'McJCoon. The seminary under charge of
Dr , . Thomson U In A very flourishing cou-
xlltion .and In one i > f the beat places iu the
fine utateiia uond young people dexlrlng a
( thorough education ,
Auiuimtt tht various roversen tha bus-
-tnera of the Slaven HuUl had to contend
Against theipast year , there was none so-
Jhiistrous tu Jt , as the I ito "small JKJX
ncare. " Still It * over popular proprietor
Juu been at wvrk ualn lately renovating
its numerous ntwrtnienta , and now wo find
iho house open once morn fur the enter-
taiumont oi gueiU. In fact Jt IH almoit
full agbtu. We learn from * reliable
source that the city physician pronounced
the hotU8 gafa four waeka ago.
A firet-claM jewelry salcBiimu < lu-
eiros a itimtioa whuro hia services
would ba required. AddruBs , Aaron
, Jlook , Couiioi'I3Iufli ] , Ia.
Thia Out ana Paste It in
Information of Benefit to Every
Voter in the City of
The Liat of Polling Plaooa and
the Hours of
Whore and When to Register- .
List of Officers to Bo
Propositions to bo Voted Upon vn <
The annual city election of Omah
will bo hold on
Tnosdny , April 4,1882.
The polls will bo upon at eight (8 (
o'clock a , in. , nnd will bo kept opoi
until (7) ( ) o'clockp. / . in. of that-day , n
First ward Felix Slavons' grocery
store , Tenth etrcot , near Lonronwortl
Second ward Wnllonx l otol , LonV'
onworlh atroot , between Thirtoontl
nnd Fourteenth atrcota.
Third ward Dr. Ilydo's ollico ,
southwcBt corner of ( Twelfth nnd
Fourth ward County court house ,
northeast corner of Sixteenth and
1'arnnm fltroo B.
Fifth ward Holmes' hardware
otpro , northwest corner of Sixteenth
nnd California streets.
Sixth ward Doidrich'a drug store ,
No. 2005 Cuming street , south side ,
between Twentieth and Twenty-first
WHERE TO REGISTER.
The law provides that in order to
bo-ablo to yoto at a municipal election ,
all persons must bo registered , and
the 'registrars and where they hold
their otlicoa are OH follows :
Judge E. M. Stpnborx ia the regis
trar. His ollico ia at No. 514 South
.Tenth atroot , weat aide of the street ,
next to the alley between Howard
and Jackson. lie will bo there on
Tuesday , March 28th , and every day
to the cloao of the week.
HKCOKI ) WARI ) .
Isaac S. Haacall is the registrar.
Ho will ait at 3tod. Sawyer's , on the
southeast corner of Thirteenth and
Jackson directs , on Monday , Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week. Voters
of the Second ward who have not
registered will bear in mind that only
ono day ( Wednesday ) yet remains for
thorn to bo put upon the list.
Dr. A. Sorol is the registrar. Hia
office will bo at the Antiquarian book
store , No. 1420 Douglas street , on the
north side of the street , * between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Ho announces to bo there three days ,
beginning on Monday , the 27th. As
iii the Second ward , but one day re
mains ( to-morrow ) , and the attention
of voters in the Third ward is called to
the liability of losing their votes.
Col. 11. H. Wilbur is the registrar.
Ho will bo at IS. Wyman'a book store ,
on the weat aide of Fifteenth street ,
between Douglas and Dodge streets
( Oroightou block ) , from Monday to
Friday , March .27th toJJlat , inclusive.
Sohuylor Wakolield is the registrar.
Hia ollico will bo at the otlico of M.
W. Uartigan , northwest corner of
Twelfth and Casa stroota , for three
days commencing on Monday the 27th
inst. In the Fifth ward , also , there is
liability of non-rogistration because
only ono day ( Wednesday ) remains
for the purpose.
8IXXJ1 WARD ,
O. 0. Field ia Jtho registrar , llis
oilico will bo at his drug store on the
north aide of Ouming street ( No.
202&botwoonTwontieth ) and Twenty-
first , and ho will bo there on Thurs
day and Friday , March aoth and 31at ,
und Saturday and Monday , April , let
and 'M , for the purpose of registra
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED.
The mayor's proclamation announ
ces all the ollicors to bo chosen except
a treasurer to till the vacancy oiuiod
by thp deuth of Samuel Q. Mallotto.
The list to bo elected is as follows :
A city treasurer ( to fill vacancy ) .
Ono councilman from the First
ward , to servo two years.
One councilman from the Second
ward , to nurvo two years.
Ono councilman from the Third
ward , to servo two yoara.
Ono councilman trom the Fourth
ward , to servo two yours.
Ono councilman from the Fifth
ward , to serve two years.
Ono councilman from the Sixth
ward to servo two years.
Three members of the board of odu-
sation to ooch servo two years , nnd to
bo chosen at large.
The voters of the city will ulao bo
iskod to vote ou the proposition to
; eas * Jefferson Square for a terra of
ifty ( CO ) year * for market purposes
ind a city hall.
They will also vote on the proposi-
ion to erect u school building to cost
The Twine Hinder Suit. I
The hurried dispatch of lust Friday
uado our daily atato that the demand
f 0 , II. McCormick , of Chicago ,
forninn 0. Thompson nnd ilolon A.
Jorhnm , of Kockford , 111. , upon the
Tinnoapolis Harvester works was for
royalty of § 10 uach upon every wire
linder they had built , or should build
u the future under the
nta. Wogivoplaco to the following I
rein the Chicago Tribune :
fir , PAUL , M rch 23.T1)0 riait of
Mr. William Lathrop , of llockford ,
111. , and Mr. Charles Oalahan , of Chicago
cage , to this city nnd Minneapolis to
day was , it is understood , for the pur
pose of demanding o ! the Minneapolis
Harvester works , in the immij of 0.
U. McOorinick , of Chicago , aud Nor
man 0. Thompson nnd Helen A. Gor-
hnm , of llockford , III. , , royalty of
$10 upon each twine-binding harvester
that said company has made or will
make. This claim is based upon the
patents which , after aovoral years of
controversy in the patent oflico , were ,
in 1880 , granted to Marquis Gorham ,
of llockford , and it ia claimed by the
parties who demand the royalty that
they own and control all the patent *
relating to the automatic binding ol
the bundles of grain. The Minncap
olis htrveator works , the Williarr.
Dooring company of Chicago , th <
Champion reaper company of Spring
field , Ohio , the Estorly harvester com
pony of Whitewater , and all othon
"that " are using twino-bindors madi
under ( ho Apploby patonU arc to b (
proceeded against by the parties con
trolling the Gorham patent. The attorneys
tornoys who liavo boon engaged bj
the latter or WcCormick faction an
George Harding , of Philadelphia ; E.
N. Dickorson , of New York ; M : I ) ,
Leggett , of Cleveland ; and Parkinson
& Parkinson , of Cincinnati ; from
which it will bo aeon that the McCor
micka intend to demand royalty ol
every company making twine binders
( not wire ) under the Apploby patents ,
and to this end have engaged the beet
legal talent in the country on quoa <
tions of patent right. It might be
well , therefore , for farmoro to bo care
ful who they buy twine binders of ,
for if it should prove that the McCor
micka have the exclusive right to
make binders under this patent , the ;
would bo entitled to damages from
any and all farmers who use twine
binders bought of any other agents
THE BAND OF HOPE.
An Organization for Boyu and Qlrle
and Tholr Temperance Training.
The Woman's Christian Temperance -
anco Union has inaugurated a temper
ance work among the children of oui
city. At the second meeting , hold
last Friday , there were seventy names
enrolled , three-fourths of which wore
boys from orory class between the
ages of seven and sixteen. They arc
organized under the namoof the Band
of IIopo , and the ladies intend to
train an army of boys who can stand
before their greatest enemy.
It is not a secret society , but ia con
ducted more like a Sunday school
with a Varied programme that will in
terest while teauhuig the children the
tumble evils of drinking , tobacco and
profanity , all of which are embraced
in the pledge and on the badge.
The Union hopes to orgamzo many
more Bands in this city , but the diffi
culty is to find rooms. Tie Band
was uncomfortably crowded last week
and mast secure largo quarters. Is it
possible for the pastors and trustees of
our churches to imaeino anything
more fitting than to offer the use of
the basement of each ohurch to the
W. 0 , T. U. where a mooting could
bo held Friday afternoon of every
week ? Certainly it is a Christian
work to save the children and train
thorn fop future usefulness. The
Union , of course , ha little money ,
and after buying temperance literature
and numerous other necessary things ,
they cannot afford to rent a church.
It is tha intention of this society to
prepare the children to take part in
the public moot ings which are held in
the Baptist church on alternate Tuos-
lay evenings. This will bring the
parents out and add to the general in
Hut there again , the union lias de
fended upon a collection at these pub
ic meetings to dcfra > the actual ox-
lenso of heating and lighting and the
imount has not boon collected , So
.ho good work is blocked , hindered
ind crippled every hand by the
ack of interest nnd the positive indif-
eronco of those who should bo its
rionds , much more than by its
Avowed enemies. Why cannot our
ihurch societies invite the union to
told these meetings at the diffuront
ihurch buildings ? It will not bo a
inancial burden to any quo of them.
MORE SMALL FO2v
k Ciwo Brought In from Florence
Cut OUT and Tnkon to the Po.4t
The small pox scare has pas < ? d
way , but the disease has not yet on-
iroly eradicated , and Col. Houck is
inblo to bo obliged to remain at the
eat house a few weeks longer , The
ist case reported is ono from Flor-
nee cut off , The man is a laborer
amod John Hunrintm , who recently
out there and doubtless contracted
: io disease on the road , llo is quito
ick , but it was thought bust to move
im to the post house , as no ono
ould go near him.
The lady who is siuk with a mild
ppo of the disease on Sixteenth
trect is doing us well ns can bo ox-
octod.from her feeble condition. She
i receiving very good caro.
There was an immense gathering at
wacina's Hull last evening which in-
icated something of more than uiual
uportanco on the tapis. The doora
ere closed early in the evening , and
o ono but a member of the union ,
ith the password , was admitted ,
hose of the laboring men , too , who
nd not taken the obligation of fidel-
y to the union and secrecy regarding
a action on matters relating to the
lining election were required to leave
10 hall and bo sworn before they
Thia proved n long process , ua all
the nationalities represented ro-
lirod the administering of the oath , s
10 name of each member thus sworn v
was transcribed to the rolls. The I
dUiotml members received last
oning in that way , swelled the
nka to nearly 2,000.
The regular routine of business was
"BLACK-DRAUOHT" cure * dype | > -
' and lienrlbnru.
Bernhard Llndonmnn'B Dig Bonoflt ft
Last Sunday evening Mr , Bombard
Lindcnmjn had his benefit at the
German theatre , which turned o'at tc
bo n brilliant financial success.
Dosplta the unfarorablo appearance
of the weather nn exceptionally large
audience assembled to witness an excellent
cellent representation of the well
kuown Jewish play , "Ono of Oui
Mr. Lindouvnnn sustained the prin
cipal role , Isoach Stern , and ho gel
through it admirably. Thomdofatiga
bio Grossmann personated Fruohaul
in. a lively style , nnd Mr. Molchir
made an excellent druggist.
Miss liuschtnann enacted the parl
of Ernestine very fascinatingly. Mis :
GroBsmann took the character of s
sweet warbler , nnd regaled the audience <
once with some of her vocal talont.
Mossra. Ponncr nnd Bergman
showed up well in their respective
parts. Mias Thicssen was a great BUG.
cess in the rote of Aunt Goritschcck ,
The whole affair was a great suc
cess , and great credit is duo to the
entire company for their able repre
sentation of "Olio of Our Folks. "
A Generous Deed.
Ono of the kindly deeds which
brighten up the pathway oi over
worked nufforing humanity was per
formed yesterday by Fred. Wirth , the
jolly and popular landlord of the City
Hotel , which , despite Fred's modesty
about it , it in not out of place to men
tion. On Harnoy street live an old
couple named Volgor , who have re
cently lost their only mainstay and
support , n son named Fred. The
young man wna a barber and worked
for some time in this city. Ho went
to G-iund Island about a year ago and
recently was taken very ill there and
came homo only to die. The old people
ple were quito poor and the expenses
involved by their son's illness loft
them destitute. When Wirth learned
of this ho bestirred himself and , head
ing a subscription paper with a gen
erous amount , ho wont to all of the
young man's friends whom ho could
think of , and succeeded in raising
about $50 , which u enough to defray
the funeral expenses and leave the old
people something beside. When this
was given to the old people their grate
ful surprise and thankfulness were
NEW NAIL WORKS. : =
Probable Sale To-morrow TJndor the
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Omaha nail works company was hold
yesterday at the ollico of the works.
There was. a tull attendance. Thb
purpose of the meeting was to confer
regarding the advertised sale to
day , and to provide , if possible , some
way of averting it.
A number of propositions were pre
sentee1 , in which certain of the heavier
stockholders offered to advance their
share of the money required , $50,000 ,
to pay up the indobtndncss. All of
those wore rejected , nnd the meeting
adjourned without action. This
soeras to indicate that the sale will
take place as advertised. In conver
sation , ono of the prominent stock
holders yesterday aoid that hi
thought eastern capitalists would bu ;
the works and continue the business'
a. Lively Morning in Judge Boneke'
Judge Boneko had quite an inter
sating session of court yesterday
ho batch of business being unusual !
"TomO'Loary , the man who fell hit
ho hotel collar Sunday afternoon an
vas taken to the city jail in a ba
ix , was nimble to appear to answe
o the charge of drunkenness. It i
low stated that in addition to a her
iblo gash on the head , the lungs wor
iut loose from the ribs by the fall
Jis removal to the hospital has boon
Mrs. Owen Connolly was arresto
or imbibing too freely of the arden
, nd was allowed to go on account o
laving several small children win
fould bo left uncarod for by her in
L. Dorsoy , who became intoxicated
Saturday night and abused his mothe :
nd stop-father shamefully , was son
o jail for twenty days on a broad and
Wm. L. Moriarity , n cripple nnd.a
oaf mute , was arrested on Saturday
vuninir by Officers McCuno and Sul-
ivnn , for unprovoked assault with hid
rutoh upon nil the boys nnd dogs who
assed him on the stroot. On tin
ray to juil the fellow proved a purfec
evil , tigli tint ; and bit ing inTlil pounded
ito submission. Hia trial y ester-
ay had to bo conducted in writing ,
nd at the conclusion the judge sen-
jncod him to fifteen days in jail ,
eiitenco was suspended to allow him
olmnco to leave the city before sun-
own nnd seek a more congenial abid
Four boys , Dan Burke , Thos.
uby , Goo. Williams nnd Thos.
Inight are in jail on the charge of
ealing a saddle and bridle found in
icir possession nnd will probably
\\o a hearing to-day. The owner
' the property is not known , but ho
in hare the same by calling at the
) lice headquarters and proving own
Three disturbers of the peace were
led ? 3 nnd costs each , which they
tid , and one plain alocumb paid $10
The old confidence game of the ex
ess package was played on a strang
from Tennessee Saturday , who was
Iked out of f 1C before ho got away
Din the villian.
A first-class jewelry salesman does -
os a situation where his services
) uldbo required. Address , Aaron
ock , Council Bluffa , Ia.
Ladies' Fine Kid shoos , $1.50 ;
UOB' aide-lace kid , 90 cents , and
icr special bargains at Feenoy t
nnollrX 019 10th itreeL
County 0/rk Baumor Apoolnta Al
USrrls His Beoond Deputy.
Business in the county clerk's offic
is increasing in a remarkable inannc
in all departments and ahows mor
Mian anything else the extent of rcn
estate sales and other important trans
actions which ( indicate the growth am
prosperity of the city nnd county
The force of clerks is largo and for al
that the oflico is pushed hard to kce ]
up with the boom.
Heretofore it has boon necessary t <
have but ono deputy employed in On
oflico , but it has become impossible te
got along without an additional one
This need has been provided for bi
the appointment by County Clerl
Baumor , of Mr. Al. Morris to bi
his deputy , the other deputy
being Mr. Herbert Leavitt. Mr ,
Morris was sworn in yesterday ant
filed his bond in the sum of $10OCK
as required by law.
Al is well known and very populni
with all the citizens of this city , liav.
ing been for many yeara deputy col
lector of the internal revenue office
here , in which position ho acquired
no little reputation for his knowledge
of the re Venn o laws nnd his rapid and
accurate work a an accountant. He
will carry to hia now office the same
ability and qualifications which made
him eo successful in the old and will
prove not only nn efficient but popu
lar assistant to our no * * clerk who hae
shown excellent judgment in his so-
BRICKS FOR'BUILDE RS.
A Ohnnco for Some Enterprising Firm
to Jump At.
At present , when the erection of so
many now buildings is contemplated ,
the question of the source of supply
for brick for use in the work is an im
portant ono. Every year the demand
for this class of material becomes
greater and in numerous cases the im
possibility of obtaining * sufficient
quantities has seriously embarrassed
the contractors and delayed the com
pletion of buildings and other im
provements , such as sewers , etc.
A gentleman who has resided in
this vicinity for many years has called
attention to the existence of an un
limited amount of "tho best clay in
Nebraska for making brick , " about
three miles north of this city. This is
the locality of the old Florence brick
yard , which , in 1850 and 1857 , turned
out some as fine brick , ho says , as was
There is a largo area of this clay
land which could b purchased for
almost nothirfg or leased for a nomi
nal sum and which lies right along
the line of the Omaha & St. Paul
railway. Wood for burning the kilns
could bo obtained at much less cost
than in the city and the man referred
to assorts that better brick than any
now in use in Omaha could bo turned
: mt at at least one-third less expense
than elsewhere in tliis region of coun
try. The owner * of the land can give
i clear title and ho thinks that some
live firm ought to take hold and utilize
; he valuable clay deposit.
Letting of Bridge Contracts-Hearing-
of Various Hood OOBO&
At the meeting of the county com
misaioners on Saturday several very
important business matters were tran
lacted. Contracts were let to William
Von Dohron for the building of th
; hroo now combination bridges ,
follows : The Tonis bridge , noa
Penis' farm , in section 32 , townshi
LG , range 12 , nt $337.50 ; the Blum
> ridge , near John Blum , in sectio :
! 0 , township 15 , range 11 , § 337,50
ind the Hall bridge , near Edwan
tlall's place , in section 3G , township
Ifi , range 11 , at § 289.
It appearing that there was a va
wnoy in the office of J. P. by th
ibsonco of Dr. Shafer , of Millard
Ion. John 0. Myers was appointed t
ill said vacancy.
Detliof Thiessen was granted license
o sell liquors in Millard for the re
naming throe months of the tisca
Parties interested for or against th
ovcral prop sod now roads will bo
; ivon a hearing before the board at 2
i. in. , April 4th. This includes roadi
* os. 181 , 182 , 184 and 18G. The at
ention of the farmers of Douglai
irecmct is called to the proposed re
cation of the road to Pnpillion , run
ling by the powder houses , win
hould bo present to state their opin
DUB for or against re-location ,
THE TEAMSTERS' UNION.
Irgimizntlon Perfected nnd Olilcort
At the meeting of teamsters hold in
'esslor's hall Saturday evening , there
as a very largo attendance. The or
: ini/.ation of the untjii , which has
eon in progress for some time , was
orfected by the election ot Michael
. Melia president , Thomas Stewart
! croary. and James Hodges treas-
Speeches were made by Messrs.
[ olia and Hodges and Mr. Robinson ,
10 contractor for lowering the grade
[ Farnam street , gave the meeting
is viowa on the aubject of a uniform
ito of § 3 50 per day for teams.
, A monthly foe of one dollar per
ember was fixed upon , and § 10.50
lid into the treasury before adjourn
Another mooting is called for Tuea-
ly evening at 7:30 : at Kessler's ,
A fortune tuny bo Hpeut In using iuef
ctiul inedlciuea , when by ai > i > lyiuL'
KcLKcntio OIL a eeily and
ouoiuic.il cure can be effected. In cauoi
rheumatUiu , lame back , bodily nilmeutd
pains of e\ety description , it affords In-
iut relief , mch'-'l-lw
Ladies , take a look at those Shot-
nd shawls just received at tha Chi-
go Dry Goods Store , 1110 Farnam
"WINE OF OARDUl" four Ume.1
" > oukwi a happy hou&ehold.
eiDe Meyer' ;
Tha antidotal theory , now admitted lo b
the only treatment wklch'Will eradicate Oatai
lUr. Uhu. It. Tartar. 140 Noble etr t. Brook
Ijn , N. V. : "One package effected a radio
Rer.Oeo. A. R ta , OobtMklU , Scboharie , Co ,
N. T. : ' 'It revtond ma to toy mlnJsterUll
Krr. W. H. Sumner. Frederick. Md. : "Fa
rmulta In rii eaM * l my family. "
Her. Oeo. K. Pratt , St. Btephen'i Rector
rhla. ! "Quite wonderful ; let m dlatrlbui
your Treatl * , "
Chag. M. SUnhope , Nerpori. R. I , : "I wa
too deaf to hear the chutch bells rlns ; hearln ]
Oeorire W. Lambrlftht , 73 Blddl ' itrcet , Ualtl
° Md < ! " 8u0erod °
Mrs. M. E. Shenncy , 3022 Barah street , 8t
Louis : "The first natural breath In 0 year- '
Mrs. J. W. Purcell , Oolden City , Col. : "Use <
only cne pacVagej entirely lured ; suffered 2'
Dr. F. N. Clark. Dentist. 8 Montgomery street
Ban Francisco : "Suffered 15 years ; perfect ! ]
cured , " etc.
Dr. Wei De Meysr't Popular "TREATISE1
on Catnr h mailed free. The great Cure de
livened by Druggists , or by D. D. Dewcy & Co ,
182 Fulton street , New York ( for I 00 ,
mon-wcd-frl * atAwc < ikoow
TO LOAN MONt
IONKY TO LOAN Call at Law Utnce of D
M L. Thomas RoomB Crolehton Block.
VTO LOAN At 8 per centln
. . J torost In sumn.of 82,500 and
upwards , for 8 to G years , on Orst-class city and
farm property. UKMIB URAL EBTAII and LOA
Aoracr. 16th and Doudas Sts.
"ITt7"ANTED By a practlc > | carpenter In all
YY IU branches , situation as foreman. In.
quire at Ceo office. 503 29
WANTED Dining room girl at the Crelghton
"TTT'ANTED 1'laco where I cm earn my board
YY board with prtrclcgo of going to school ,
Address L. K. W. Uee office. 561.23 *
TIT" A NIK D A waman cook Mrs. McCoy near
YY new'goiornmcutcorrall. Mustboagocd
one , no other need apply. 3051 *
WANTEE Immediately good ( paper hanger
ana caliimlner. Apply to A. Harmon ,
S. W , corner 15th and Durt sts. 665.201
Immediately an experienced
WANTED for n mlllnery house In Llc-
coln , Neb. Ml 23
TT7ANTED By a young man board and room
YY with a .strictly ( prli ate family. Kefcr-
eiice required and exchanged. Address G. C. A ,
B < se office. 672-28
"ITT'ANTED A situation In a business house
YY by a young man who can keep books.
Not particular ai to nhapcsltlon. . S-lary - at
first not 10 much an object as a place where
merit will be rewarded. PangUegood reference
fn pretont ernplojcr ai to character and
ability. Addrcts M F. this office. 161-tf
'ANTED Two girls at Pacific House.
A sltautlon as housekeeper by a
WANTED * the years old. Refer
ence exchanged ; Call or address 614 M IBthnt.
TTTANTeD To rent faom April 10th , a hotwe
YY of not lesa than fix u roe ns fora family
ot three persons. Rent not to exceed $25 p r
per month. Address Tenant , Iltt. illlcc.
ANT * U A steady , In lustr oui girl to do
general homework. Apply at 1711 Jack-
ion street. 65(1-28 *
To rent from April 10th , a house
of not less than five rooms for a family
of three pernons. Rent not to exceed 425 per
month. AddrctuTenant Bee office. 621-3391
A good girl for general house
WANTED Apply at 1610 Ha ney s . between
15th and 10th. Mrs. R. U. Wilbur. 659-27
TTTANTED To purchase good secocd-hand
YY bar and Ice chest. Apply b > letter L P.
L. Bee office. 600-27 *
A good washer at the City Steam
WANTED . Apply at seven ro'cl.ck Tue
lay morning. Mf 2 ?
ITT'ANTED Two gentlemen or man and wife
YY to takoroom ( naprhato family with or
without board. Nice apartment. Centrally lo-
: ated. Apply to V. thfs office. 617 28"
- 000 at 8 per cent Interest , for
WANTED-S2 Al security will bo glien on
judnees property. "AddrcA.1'Equitable , care U.
; ' . headqu.ncrs. 64023
Situation to do chore ] mornings
WANTED attend school. Address
F , U. BBK < ffico. 652-27 *
l " 7"ANTKD Olrl forgcneral Housework. Ap-
YY ply at the VVeatvrn House , 1'leriO nt. near
.9th. 6M-27 *
A good girl at cornur Hamilton
WANTED I'ier sts. , ftilnnV addition. Oett
rages gi > on. 538-tl
iTjTANTED Scholars. Lcunoun given in K'
YY gllsh , German , wrtlng and arithmetic ,
crun cheap. Inqu'rcat No. 1UH Hurt street
) uiaha. Oopyrlgntlug done at the same placu.
I17"ANTKD Tosell a barber shop , good lo-
YY cation , good bufllnens , eatlt factory reasons
ir Bclllnir. Inqulro at 117S. 16th dtiett , Omaha
[ TTANTED A coed bouse east of 23rd street ,
YY between Fainamand Dodge. A D. ll'r e
ith and Farnam. 632 30
J ANTED -To Rent a hou e of 6 or 0 rooms
Addrc s X. I. ' , this office. 610-86 *
[ 47 ANTKU Family of good standing to adopt
V\ a chill vilthout any compensation I-
ulrnatw. Christiansen , Midwife , No. SOOltth
: u > ct , lictnccn Cuniicgana Hurt. 613-5 *
J 1'lrit cliiss rout nnd pimU
I T mukfis MttlHilf tires Council II nils
"ITANTFU Good 'lontry and meat coolc
t\ at Ilia Niagara hou-n , Tenth btrvtt , hu.
sum Fanainaml UouglaK. Apply linme-
Mu y -HUIII'
Dour ill r at tl o ( iartlold hoci > u ,
. W , cornu HthamlJacKirn t n.
414 tf _
TANTED-flood g.rl. . A | > ly at 10SO North
10th street. Mil * . J. M. COUNHMAN
"irANTED A gouu gin irr generol house-
r Y work , also a ntinto girl , northwiwt cor-
: r 23d and Hurt etrueti. 3S3-tf
TTANTED Fundlnir brldvu nd aohool bondn.
fV II. T. CUrk. IleileMie. M-tf
TrANTED 4 children o boarders In a select
lschool , at 10th and California St. L. U
' < ItOCBUS' BOOKS WANTED To kiep e > cn-
3T ln In return for trade , P. O. Box 602.
TTANTED 2 unfurnished rooms for man and
'Y lf , must be moderate In price. Ad-
ess II. . lire offite. 21)7-tf )
FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND.
1URNISAED front room ti rent 319 Farnam
1 it ( bet Ifith and 17th sts , 657-2S"
10R 11ENT On 1't April next a fool btiil-
1 ne j room 22x00 mar c.rncr ol IBib and
Klga street , Jamen Neville. C49.29 *
10K KENT Furnished r.ioinsat 1407 llonarcl
bctnocn lltli and I6th ktreetn touth side
lhl < i 3 blocks south cast ol pa < toffice. C54-tf
\OH liUNT Uancj cm In txctiuHK ior uoaiii ,
with otbor boarder * , also front chamber
nil-bed COS N. 17th St. 603 tf
\0 RUNT Fai m T. M unay.
lOR'NT tinu Urge fiinilsl.ini roim , with
b ) rd , oil tint floor , ouUMu euirancu UOs
lifornla it , 645-tf
IOR RENT Furnlihed cottage , ilx rooms.
2J19 California l. Mrs. Hall. | 621-U
NICKLV fnmwhed room for rent. 1418 Chi-
iM.'O str et , bcltecn 14th and 16thWOtf e
C1URNI8HKDROOU TO BKKT At
JD Marj'a Avenue. 480U
FOR RENT Nt R. } , Sec. 6 , T. IS , R. U , no
Improved Douglas county land. 11 mlk *
from R. R. station , Inquire atSHS I > rinport
FOR RENT Nicely furnWied room.
1220 Farnham nt.
"I OR REKT Store room In brisk building. , -
JD K. corner lOth and Cumltwr , 0 , F ( / od-
man , 1110 Farnham St.
TflOR IlKNT-IIOUM on Snerman
JL1 rooms , with I table Apply to N W M
rill , 307 B. 18th St 507-tf
TTTOR HEUT Furnnneu ir i uom , N ( K. oor.
J tb and Jacktoit. tZ-U
jOR RENT lions * of eight tooma. Enqulr *
I J. fhlin * Ro , 161 ! 8. Fifth St. B77-U
FR RENT 1 furnUhod room * orer Mai
eluntt'Kichan .N , K tor. ItOt and Dodg.
street * . t89-tT
RENT Nicely furnished rooms with or
without board , Reasonable prices. 2011
IUKMsllKD hOOM ItrUK "itfctl i . W. 001
E 19th and Davenport lit t96-U
OR BALK One second-hand 25 hornt p'wcr
engine , good as new , al'o 2 horse p wir ,
and two Ifi her e puwcr engines , new. Ballon
of a'l lieincw , , Inquire Umaha Foundry ami
llalhlne Co.U. I' By. bet 17th and 18th omaha.
1T10R BALK A $300 side bar burg , Terr llttla
I ; PricolSCX ) . llluoltitn IClhtt. M4-Z3'
FOR SALE House throe rooms and half loton
20th street north of Creek , } nOO cath. On
monthly pa ) menti 81,000. John UoCa uo ,
opposite pOBtofflco. 633-tf
FUR SALE. Fine family mure ; joune and
gentle. Box 421. Council Hlat ; . la. Sl-S
T710R SALE HOURS nnd lot on easy term * .
J ? Apply at 611 Wa'nut etroet between 6th nnd
flth itieoU South of U. 1' . depot , also entire
household goods. 531-00'
FOR 8ALr < A good stock of general raer-
chandlne , will I u voice between four and
fire thousand clollnrs , or will cxdmnire lor /
land Addresn , S. O. Thomas , Fiilrbury.il i 'io
"I710H tJALK One almost new Organ i heap on
JL ? lime. Inquire at 314 South loth street ,
SALE Saloon stock and fixture * and
lease grten , rood looitlon. Enquire of L.
II. Spencer , northeast corner llth and Harnej.
BALK Mules and horses at Rodman' *
JT1OK ' street barn. apl 477-87 *
"I71OR f > Al.K Flv arres of land on tnundom
1 } St'oot , with fine res dcnce , barn and otnor
Improvements. Price $2,500 : terms easy.
472-tl W. R. Dartjctt , Heal Estate Agent.
COR HALE A new bouie and lot , i6th ! and
JD Douglas St. Inquire to A. Bouman , 20tb
and Farnham . 418-lm *
"I71UH UALK A l'laioU ocUtros ) , m excellent
JD cond ton ; very cheap. Inquire at this office.
cro-i uf land , 2-story frame
house , barn 2 wells and other Improve/
uients , cast side of Saundcru street , near ForR
Omaha. For particulars add otn Ge . W. Drew-
stcr , Oakland. Neb. 401-tf
PALE 'House and corner lot , cheap
Price , (1000.00 cash or $1100.0(1 ( on ttme ,
MoCAGUE , Opp. 1'oai Office. 299-tf
"TT10R BALK House with 0 rooms , bam and
JD long lease of lot. on 16th St. , bet. Burt ar l
Webster. Inquire at Edhnlm b Erlokson's.
SALE Car load of fat blackey muleo
broke Apply ot J. W. Bklnner , Coin la ,
SALE 32 residence lots on ard near 16t > f
FOR . Price , $350 to ? 'tO ukch. T nns
easy. McCAOUICi Agent. 9pp. Post Office.
BALE At Hall a food mi.l . , near Military
FOR , 75 tons of No. 1 baled hay. Will bo
delivered to any part of the city Alai ground
fcod at the lowttt caiOi price. W. H. McOOY.
SALE nicj-tle , 4f-lnch Standard Cohnv
FOR . Apply linlon Klc\a'or. 263-tf
OR SAI.K HoiiBu and full lot Tn IC-M | loca-
tlon , cheap. Price , S1260. Easy tonna.
3AGUK , Opp. post office. 16tf
SALE Rest building lot in Shlnn ad-
E10K , 142 feet oust front b ; 12U ftwtiiptb. .
McCAGUK , Opp. post offlro. li tf
SALK 2 nlfo counters and 2 felhcr piated
FOR caeoe , at Ovo , H. 1'eterxoo's , 804 South
10th St. T41-tf
T7IOR SALE or will uxcha ? e lor uraaha ptu-
JO | Iperty , an Improved see M of land adjoin
ing a station on U. I" . R. R. U. DUNHAM.041J
Farnham St. , Omaha. 7Atf > t
B MS-tf KSTABROOK Jt COG.
D/lA 1'oundsofcho ce country butter tor Ue
DUU cheap ; also freeh milk every day at
Seal's Grocery ttore , corner ICth and Dodge.
' _ - ' 474-lmo * >
" RICK FOR SALE T. Murray.
HAY At A. 11. Bander's Feed mor
BALKJU Hartley St. 19-U .
OUNU A plain gold ring with name rn-
B Beraved Iniulre.of | F. .7 Bee offirc.
\/fR8 / WINChLbTKKIs prepared to recoT r
iVl pupils or Instruction In pilcting. Plejifc
all atN. W. cor 2,1th St. Mary's ave.I 6534-
l/TAllllOTH / Cluster lilack cap raspberries
VJ _ 60 cci.t a dozen , 22.00 per hundred , 810.00
or thauBand at "Idlo-Wllde Place. " I.care or
crsar 1414 Dodgust. John 0. WIlUs.
) K ffSf" maple trees fursnlJTlo'tiTia
JtJJJ \ feet high , one mile nest of Fort
main. Address W. 0 , Alnswortb , Omaha.Nob.
5Q fffwl" \ \ lUV lm
PO.V7UU tauliehcd Imtinetis , paying 40wt
unt. For further Information apply or addnws
i' . C. II. Allen , 1110 Karri. mutrett , Omaha , Neb.
HO BUTCHEKSANII HTOCKMfcN My cattle
L scales are again In perfect order. Call on
Ir. Vai Onntin at stock jaids , 10th St. , bet.
apllol avenue and Duteniart S' . Plenty of
ard room and etabllng. Bright straw In bale
r bed tick * . B KSTAIiKOOK.
SlANO AND OHOAN Inetruction by Mlss'iT
. S. 1'arn t , S.20th St. . below Plfrw. fll-'l
_ > Uuai- > Ana llrst tlaw table- board , at V'011
, \j CaM at. _ ml ini * _
srltuc/Tlo l ON Tvi'K-wiu'iiits : w
are in frciiucnt receipt of applications for
nntors. IJKI.b ft AMES , 1MXI Famhara ,
[ fentti lU'inliigtoii Tj pe-Wrlltr. Icbl8-apl
IAVH ItHNl Uholcoof 8(1 ( full JtH to luu' r
) nmr Crolghion Cnllcge for HP per year , ; 1
uxtcr L 1honia4 & Uro. , Itoom n , Culghton >
lock. vOMf _
AUISTKU OF PA I.M / . " ( EUY AND TOND1
[ ONALIhT , 4 ! S Tenth i i-t.belv - . i1 < ib m
id Hiincy , Will , Aitn ; n > . aid uf unruUn
ilriU , olitit/i fni in ; nu f la.icc M tbe put
id prwint , and on itrtaln conditions in tbo fu
re. linotiuiiu alioej made to .rdcr. Perfect
" Action i-unriut'-cd
rhU powder ne rr tsrits. A m rnl ot pu
, strength and wholesomenou. More econc
% 1 thin the ordlnsry kind > , and cannot I *
1 In competition witu the multitude of low
L , short weight , aluui or ptioophate powden.
old aily In can * . KOTAI BAKISIO I'owpu Co. ,
Wall Bt. , New York
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