Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 03, 1882, Page 8, Image 8
J 8 TJBLB OMAHA DAILY BEE : HONDA * , APEiL 3 i882 THE DAILY BEE OMAHA. Monday Morning April 3 LOOAli BREVITIES , The moon Is full. The Rteamcr lied Cloud h hourly ex- peeled nt tMi i > oint. Vralrlc fires lit up Uio hoi iron with a ghastly glare last night. Tha remnlrn of Hilly Doyle wore In terreil yesterday in the DouglM Co. cem ctery. The ulrret car track , from Hutifcom I'ark In ! has been laid to wlthintwo Mock of St. Mary' * Avonuo. Land ftgcnt Judd , of the U. 1" . 1m gone down IntoMhsourlto bring up a big party of settler * for Montana. "Hazel Ktrke" ! s certain to attract ni imicenso house next Monday evening Oet your seat * without delay. A row occurred on Tenth Htrcct Ini evening , In which one of the parties was downed and kicked , No nncsts. TheMadinon'Sitiarothentrecom.iny | | ) who appeno it Dnyd's to-night , are regls teredat the Crclfihton mid Metropo'ltan The winter term of the public school ended 1'riday nfternoon , nnd n ncok'H vacation It to be given to the flshool chll drcu. The remains of MH. Hll/alietli Hume arrlieil Saturday night fioin the cant , uni .were Interred from the family residence nt 'J p. in , yesterday. J'artles Interested In the re-location ol county roads No'a. 181 , 182,18 J nnd 185 will remember that they will bu heard nt 2 p. in. , April Uh. Delay In semiring your seatfl for "Ha aelKlrke" will result In your Inconven ienca nnd perhaps disappointment , by being ing unable to gain admission. How many sufforln-j maidens In this town will be comforted by "Hazel KlrkoV cxpciicnce and ultimate happiness , as will be protrayed next Monday oventrg. Andres' Bazur , 1038 Famnm , agent for the Universal Fashion Company's Per- feet Patterns. Spring stylus now ready. New ld M. Catalogued free. tncli27-0t Fresh COWB for Sale Two extra 'fine thorough-bred Jersey COWH ; two extra fine common oowa , kind and gentle. Graham P. Browne , Nebraska il'oultry gYnnig , > Ve t Omaha. wcd-sat&'wcd The overland train from the west yesterday brought In thrca empty coauhes and a baggage car , extra , from the wcstto accommodate the anticipated rush of travelers thU week. Yesterday woi n gala day , the urilen- did weather , almost as warm as June , en ticing evcrj body out of doors. A great crowd thronged to Hanncom 1'ark , which was crowded all the afternoon. Wo have had no time or opaco to ex plain why THE BISK proposej to nssei t iti rights through the courts in the matter of publishing the applications for HCOIIHCS to sell liquor in the city , but wo w 111 do no after the election. -i Kegular meeting of Capitol LoJge , No. II , A. P. & A. M. , this evening , April 3rd. A full attendance Is desired , by order W. M. , Tha city jail wan full last night , th'r- t en Defenders being run In between Sat- ririiaywsht and Sunday night. In this y numberwe'ro three Slocumbu , three dls- fciirbers' the peace , one bearer of con cealed weapons and six unadulterated tramps. It was n hard crowd. Three hundred and ten foreign'r arrived - rived during thcj month of March to set tle in.Nebrnska. . On Saturday aui Sunday - day , the first t\vo dnyg of the month , over one hundred persons arrived , indi cating that the immigration this month will be much larger thnn last. In the police owrt Saturday there was quite a batch of offender * . Throd arrests had been made for disturbing the peace , of which one paid , one was com mitted , nnd one discharge ! ] . One plain drunk was sent to jail. Two men , found Bleeping in a box car nnd bnulod up ns tramps , were discharged , one nioving to be an employe of the road , uud the other n uew arrival seeking work on Iho lino. Billy Doyle , n man well known to the portlng fraternity of this city , and Couu ell Blulle , died in the city jail Friday at the ngo of about thirty years. & .lle was Huujcct to epllcpth 11U and while struj l.'llng'.throuah ono of [ .these vwas taken to the jnll in a carriage and , died about mid night * Ilia remains were taken to Coroner \ \ , ' * . ner Jacobs' nnd nn Inquest was deoinei nnncessnry. Doylt'a mcthei U now living at Onawa , Iowa , and the news of her sou' death in the papria will bo the first Inti matton she receives of Ills melancholy uud. f-Tbo city physician visited the cam ) tit Florence G'ut-ofl on Hnturdiiy nnd found that there hnd been but ono pcuuln case of small pox there , a daughter o Ulckacl Grillin. IhU case was concealed for some time , nnd the whole camp mor or less exposed to the contagion. 1'h work has been completely broken up , bu five men remaining where thcra wcr previously clslity-five. The luporlntund ' int ; , Mr. James P. Vincent , left lout evening ing for Onawa , Iowa , and will return to morrow , The case which called Coioner Jacob to Hlkliorn on Saturday turns out to b decidedly mysterious. The alleged corps was alleged to have died at Bell Creek to have lain behind a store four days before fore It was coflinod , und then taken t 'Klkhorn to ba "waked" and buried. Tb corpse was that of n iemalo coiiuin o Hamuel Keating , and the lightucss of th box bald to contain it gave rise to the be lief that in reality there was nobody 1 the coffin t all , lleports of foul plity nr freely circulated , and It is claimed tlm the woman had some money which mad it nn object to get her out of the wa > Coroner Jacobs will probably order an It YWtlgatlon. Profit , 81,200. "To sum it up , six long years o bed-riddon eickness , costing § 200 po year , total 81'JOO-all of tins oxpoiu was atopped by thrco bottles of llo "Bittora , taken by my wife. She 1m done her own housework for a yea ainco , without the loss of a day , and want everybody to know it , for the ! benefit. N , E , Farmer , J ! L i LEVEL HEADED LABORERS They Desert the Hrascall ( ) o the Second Ward in a Body. The Party of Law and Order Show a Full Hand. A Remarkable Demonstration By the Workingmen'a Party. They Do Not Propose to Bo Bam boozlotl by Anybody. The call for n mass mooting of the workinginon of Omaha , nt the Academy of Music on Saturday even in' . ' , mot with n general response , am it wan evident early in the day thiv the liotiso would bo packed , llascnl nnd the Ktn'uht party had it nil cut nnd dried to ratify n star chamber ticket , but the great body of the workingmen did not propoao to have such n sot of tnon foisted upon them , and expressed openly their intention of attending and in an orderly way expressing their disapproval of the scheme. It is evident that the Xlascall party ntcndcd to raise n row if they were ntorforcd with from the fact that Manager llalbort was given the fol- owing bond of INDEMNITY FOIt 1UMAGKS which might result from a conilct which the good BOHEO nnd manlincs ! of the real workingmen's party did not allow to take place : In consideration of obtaining from f. S. Hnlbert the Acatlomy of Music at a reduced piico , I hereby ngroo to issutno charge of said Academy of llnsio th Saturday evening , April 1 , 882 , and bo responsible for any dam- go to same , and to return it nt the loao of the ovoninp'a occupation of amo in as good order as it was ro- civcd in , and make good any damngo ; may receive during the evening. Signed ) I. S. ILibCALL. At nn early hour the Academy of ilusic wan crowded to its utmost apacity. A couple of men stood at 10 door and inspected all who ap- ilicd for admittance , rcjcctinc nuch as voro supposed to bo in opposition to ! io Hascall-Knight party. Admittance to the stage was cuard- d even more closely , and Mr. E. tosowatcr , who was an invited guest , nd the reporter of THE BEE wore not nly refused admission but , on asking 'or ' the president of the International jabor union , Mr. P. Murphy , wcro nformod that ho was not present , rlicn , as a matter of fact , ho was IIL'HINESS IIUCJINS. After some delay on the part of the lanagcrs the meeting was called to irdor by Mr. S. S. Van Duron , who ntroducod Mr. P. F. Murphy as the rat speaker. In . the course of a short leech Mr. Murphy said that ho sup posed this was a political mooting and i workingman's meeting. Ho hoped mt whatever they did would bear riticism , nnd Unit they would bo rdorly and dignified. Of course they wore all sorry that a diflbronco of pinion had lately nrison , but ho liought that there had boon very ttlo difference of opinion among the nass of the workingmen of Omaha , 'lie great mass of the inon had been ittonding to their business , but a few md boon about creating a division. Regardless of what a few had been ayini } , ho thought the movement all vor the country wai looking up , and mt success appeared in the ascon- uut. If they did not succeed in all lioir wishes at present , they would in lie near future. There was A Hl'lHIT A1IUOAI ) .0 discard the party , and ho was sorry o say that this sanio spirit cared very ittlo about principle. All they looked o was the man. For his part ho arod little about the man , ho looked at principles * Mr. William Turtle boimr called or , rose nnd made a few remarks. To said while ho was not at all ] > psto < J n politics , ho would deposit his ballot vitli whatever the laboring classes ootc in hand that evening , und ho Tould try to use what influence ho mtl to causa others to do the same. Loud chcera. ] Mr. Straight , the candidate for the council in the Sixth , rose and said ho would bo proud of the honor to bo elected to the city council , and if elected ho would do his best. His creed was honest work and fair pay. Ho bollovpiHn thaj , " "d the only way to eocuie it is to have harmony among the wcrkingmon. The workingmen should stand together and vote us a unit. Ho cautioned them NOT TO 11E 11ULU > 0/F.D by any few men who may make up ofiioora round town as in the past. At this juncture in the proceedings Mr. E. Ilosowator rose and said tha before the programme waa put througl ho desired to ttay a few words. Thereupon the chairman jumped up and called Mr , Itotiowator to order. I Mr , Ilosowator wanted to make a speech ho could do so after the pro gramme had been put through. [ Loui crieH wore then raised from every par of the house for Ilosowater. ] Mr , Rosewater continued speaking and said ho had boon invited to spoal at the meeting and they had closei the doors on him , Some ono in the hall sprang to hi foot and said ; "If Mr , Hosowato cornea hero with a gang of hoodlum to interrupt this mooting ho will fnu ho has made a mistake. " Amid considerable uproar Mr. Rose water proceeded to point out tha thin CUT AN1) lUIIKU niOOU AM ME was simply gotten up to fasten upo them a disgraceful fight at tha polls The chairman jumped up aud sail if this interruption was to oontinu ho would adjourn the mooting. Mr. Ilosowater replied that if th mooting was caljod for the purpose o creating dissontion among the work ingmon they had bettor leave tha hall , llo had boon battling forth people for the last thirteen years am ho asked that harmony prevail. Mr * Ilosowater then started t Icaro the hall when the entire asaom blago amounting to about eight huu drcd persons simultaneously nrot and left their Boats , with the excep Jion of about thirty. The chairmai made frantic efforts to persuade them to stop , but hia oflortb wcro iinavai ! ing. The brass band which had been engaged for the occasion also troopo out. out.Teaco Teaco having been restored amonc the chosen few who remained , Mr Hascall dplircrcd an harangue. I ! said that if there wcro but three senai bio people loft in that hall ho pro posed to say what ho had to say. He was not'ND TO oo ox the side of law nnd decency. It wa very easy to got up a ( sensation am take people from a hall. Mr. Hose water had taken the o men out of the meeting because ho could not run it. It seemed to him that the fight hac been loft to himself , but ho was goin ; to fight it out , While ho admittec Lhnt Ilosowator had quite n newsy paper and often said very good thingi in it , still ho regarded him as a big ; r crank than Guiteau was nnd r giror crank than Fonda over darcc to bo. Ho urged them not to bo discouraged couragod and above all things ho cautioned them against associating or 4U.YINO THEM.SIILVKK WITH A "lIOIl1 ike they had seen thcro that oven- ng. ng.Mr. . O'Koofo roio , and said thai \lr. \ lloaotvatcr had upset the mcot- np. np.Ho denounced Tlosowatcr and Walsh in unmeasured torins , and said hat next Tuesday Walsh would find .hat ho cannot rule in this city , nor should he over rule as long as ho remained mainod in it. During the delivery of those speeches there were several interrup tions , and quite a number of the few who had remained left. The chairman said that as there np > carcd to bo another meeting going on outside , they had better adjourn , vhich they accordingly did. A MONSTER MEETINQ. In the meantime the audience rhich had left the hall at the begin- ing of the meeting assembled on the .root in front of the Academy , vhero a temporary platform waa con ducted of store boxes. * President Walsh madoa short speech ntroducing Mr. Rosewater , who pro- oedod tc apeak at some length upon natters of interest. Jilt. 3103EWATEU. Mr. Ilosowator said ho had boon in- itod to speak at die Academy of lusic , and had desired to appeal to sorkingmon for unity , and ho found limsolf locked out , and when ho had iquired for Mr. Murphy , the prcsi- ont of the International Labor union , o was told by some of Hascall's ; rikors , who were at the atago door , iat Murphy was not there. When ip entered the Academy ho found , to lis surprise , that Hascall had posted , \vo of hia henchmen at the door to ivido the working people into black icop and white. Thaso who wore 10 badge ol the Labor Union wore rowded to the rear and packed like ardmos , while men who wore sup- losed to bo friendly to Hascall and his liquo wore politely shown frhnt seats. 'hero was no design nor desire to > reak up the mooting , but since free peech was suppressed and the cut- id-dried programme , gotten up for 10 purpose ot foisting DISUKPUTABLK TIUC'KSTERS nd notorious frauds upon working- nen , it was best to lot these parties tavo the hall to themselves , 'ho fact that the entire audience md loft the hall demonstrated ihat 10 working people cf Oroahu had mi Empathy with this part of trickery , 'ncse parties that presumed to rep- oaent mechanics and labor unions voro in reality men picked by Hascall nd .Hornborger and represented needy - > ody but themselves. This Hat call s pretty well known in Omaha. His ecord as a public man ia corrupt and isroputablo. Six weeks ago , while n Washington , the speaker had ro- oived a letter from his associate edit- r that Hascall had in his absenoa ailed at the oflico and sought to bribe lini for the purpose of suppressing re- unfavorable to the STAH ROUTE THIEVES , who wore on trial then nt Lincoln. Ilascall loft fifty dollars for this pur- poao. That money is still at the of lice , in n sealed onvolopo. After being - ing requested to call for it several times , Ilascall did call and said ho did not want the money. Ho was told that unless it waa taken out of here before long it would be given to some ohnrity. The curious part ot this ia that at the very time that this bribery wan at tempted The Republican had an article against the star route swindlers ono day commending Furay , and the next day they tool ; it all back and made out that the transaction waa using dis reputable moansto onnvict the parties indicted. In "Tho Herald" otlico an article that had been written against ; ho star route swindlers wan suppress cd and another inserted by order o Dr , Miller in support of the indictee partier. The query is , how many fifty dollar bills did Ilascall and his pals leave a "Tho Republican" and "Herald1 oflicosi The speaker held in his hand docu menU that HHOUI.D FOREVKR IIAll HAHCMLL and other parties on that ticket from the confidence of this people in an ; position ot public trust. For nearl" six months ho had in his olllco th' correspondence of Dr , Gushing will the Holly Water company , which dis closed a conspiracy in which Dr. Mil lor , Hascall and other parties word involved , to rob this community aw force upon them n gigantic fraud And yet , Hascall has the impudonc to come now to the tax-payers am citizens of Omaha and ask for thoi votes. The Hascall clique have endorsed McQavock , who is also endorsed b' Thucaton and his citizebs ; audacros the street lioro wo see n saloon down Blairs and u gambling hell upstairs but wo are told the man who runs tha house is a good man for workingmen to support , ( Laughter , ) The speaker commended the work mtf people for their disposition to dia appoint those who charged thorn witl designing to put jollow dogsaud damn rascals in the city government. They in common with all business men , am all tax-payera , were interested in put ting forward , men who would give us an HONEST AND ECONOMIC municipal administration. Ho wen so far oven as to say that if the workingmen ingmon had made no mistake in their nominations , to vote for the best men. They had nominated some very gooc men. however. Mr. Thrano from the Firat ward was a reputable mo chanio , and Fred Belim was a man that had everybody's confidence. Mr. Bushman is a business man again s whom no ono can Bay a word. In closing ho alluded to the fad that while in common with all good citizens ho deplored the trouble on tha dump ho rejoiced to know thai Omaha workingmen had behaved so well since then , it is charged that this strike had political aims , but ho know that this was fulso. The po litical outcome has only been forced since the military occupation , and when the people who have been so alarmed got to their sober senses they will see that they have MANE FOOLS OF TItP.M8Kr.VRA. Ho hoped the agitation would ccnso after the election , and contractors and builders would boolo to make arrangements to give gvjd wages and prevent further striken during the building season. [ Loud and pro longed cheering. ] At the conclusion of Mr. Rose- water's remarks there were loud calla for COt. SMVTHE , who responded by saving that ho did not know of any prcater honor that could bo bestowed upon him than for these gentlemen to come here and tioxvl for him in the way they haddono on this particular occasion. Ho was not running for oflico and ho had no particular views to advocate , but ho wanted to Pay that ho had a good , strong loft arm , and that loft arm had always been used in behalf of tlio working man. Ho had always pos- icsscd a half a dollar , and no work- nginan over caino to him in need but wliat ho got it. Ho was entirely with , ho workingmen in their struggle for l.IVINQ WAGES , and he dusired to Bay publicly that ho ) clieved the action that had been uken by the officials of Omaha waa luite unwarranted. When they > rought the bayonets hero they > roughb something that should never tavo been brought here. If at the lump Mayor Boyd hod said , "I rant ono thousand ot you men to pro- cct the peace of Omaha , " ho beliovcd hey would have responded to a man , L'ho workingmen of Omalmhavo their tvivcs and families here , and all their nterests are centered in the city , 'ould a man bo found in thn crowd loforo him that wanted bloodshed ? Cries of "Not one ! " ) If ho asked for i thousand workingmen he could got hem , and with 'them ho would pro- oct Mayor Boyd and the city ot ) maha , and he knew the men would tand by him. ( Loud and prolonged heering. ) They had taken a wise ourso , nnd during all the labor roubles and so long as they pursued hia course the citizens would stand ay them until the troubles wore ndcd. Mr. Walsh then made u few obser- ations urging the laboring men to land shoulder to shoulder on this oc- asion and in the end they would ichievo a grand victory. _ miL- * --"Hazel K'rke" ' . - - to-nijht. ; -Tho county court opens this morning vlth fifty-two cases on the docket. -A. Polander en route to St. Paul , linn. , waa fleeced out of 8400 in ( gold on aturday , at the IT. P. transfer , by eon- idonce men , on the strength of a bogus 0,000 gold bond. Bishop Clarksori will adminhter con- irnmlion in St. Luke's , PInUsmouh , on Vpril 3 ; ia St. Stephen's church , Ash- ! nd , on Tuesday night , April 4 , and in Drownell hall on Thursday night , April ( J.7 - The opening of the Swedish Evan- cllcal Lutheran church waa held laft Ight with impressive services. Rev. 0. kogsbcry , of Chicago , preached ; Her. lallncr , of Saundera county , Nebraska ; lev. J. A. 1. " ultman , of this city , partici pated. --The Christian church , having pur- based the lot on the south-west corner of twentieth and Faroum streets , have de- Ided to build a church edifice thereon. Vrohltcct Darrow has furnished prelimi nary plans for the edifice , which will be af frame with brick cusemenU designed ifter the latest style of church architect- ire , and will be an or lament to the city. The eitimutidcost is between S3,000 and 50,000. THE great distinguishing feature of leddinx llmsirx SaheiH its power to reduce intlamatlon. 1'AUTICUI.AK NOTICE. When you have tried all other Classes and spectacles and you cannot bo suited , call on Edholm & Erickson and got a p.iir of the genuine Star- tlutod Spectacles or Eye ( llousos. They will suit wren all others fail. Thoao are sold exclusively by us in Nebraska , "Wyoming , Utah , Iowa and Kansas. Edholm & Erickson , op posite postoflico , Omaha. m29-metf All kinds of jewelry made and re paired at Edholm & Erickson'a , opp. the P. 0. IUSMEMBEU THAT Wiig &West- berg will duplicate any price giver you on staples , and save you 10 to 20 per cent on goods that you are no I posted on. Gome a"d see them. Price their goods. Corner 10th ant Jackson Sts , Wiig & Westborg. Spacious light otlicoa for rent at 1308 Faritam street. Apply to John H. F. Lohmann & Co.'a. apl-'Jw SALT LAKE and SOOTOH Champion - pion Potatca at m30-3t Wlf. OENTLEMAN'S. BOSTON STORE. Wo are now showing the largest as sortment of Misses and child ren'i echool hats evorahown in Omaha , aw at prices which defy competition. 1,000 children's school hats , ul styles 25c , 700 Misses trimmed hats SOc. 3 cases Now Oanton hats at our special price 25o.BOSTON BOSTON STORE , Tenth and Jones. All kinds of jewelry made and repaired paired at Edholm it Erickson's , opp the P. 0 , W. B. HAYDEN. What n , Successful Star Ha9 Done and What nn Enterprising Man ager la Doing His Latest Venture. Mr. William R. Ilaydon , the man ager of Thos. W. Kecno , who is now recognized from ono side of the coun try to the other as ono of the great representatives of legitimate acting in this country , was Saturday me by n representative of this paper. "No , " said Mr. Hnydon , "Keeno has not exceeded my expectations. When I made a contract with him two years ago I was confident that at once ho would become a favorite as a star. It was with mo a plain business qucston. I had watched otton the ef fect of his acting upon an audience and that was enough for mo. " "But has Keene boon popular from the start has ho drawn audiences since ho began as largo as ho is draw ing now ? " "It is a difficult thing to make people ple who know the fluctuations of the dramatic business believe that during Keono's entire stellar career , ho has never played to a week of losing busi ness. The audiences of this season are scarcely larger than thosu of last , but the profits will bo much larger. " "Is not this a very extraordinary record for a star ? " "No tragedian in the history of the stage has become so suddenly popular is Kcono. " "How do you account for it ? " * "Well , ho acts with a vigor and vt .ality and an originality that gives to n's Shakcnporian roles novelty. Then to is an earnest and energetic actor , is .horoughly trained in all his business , and is a careful and an intelligent stu dent. " "Does ho study nnich now ? " "One would imagine " said Hayden , "that Keene now haying attained his popularity would become less studious han ho was at first ; but this is not ho caso. Every day of his lifo ho do- otos three or four hours to study. Io has always some new character under way. " "What roles docs ho intend to add o his repertoire } " "Ho is studying King Lear and jouis XI. Probably ho will add theme o his repertoire next year. " "I hear , " said th reporter , "that rou have become the lessee of the > rand opera houao m Chicago ? " "Yes , responded Mr. Hay don ; 'with Mr. W. J. Davis 1 have secured v ton years' lease of that property. 3y the terms of the lease wo take poa- ession of the house ono year from next month. " "There is some dispute over the ease , isn't there i" "The dispute amounts to nothing at 11 , The present lessee thinks that ho proprietor of the property has no ight to rent it to whoever ho pleases. ? ho landlord thinks he has , and ho made a lease with us openly. ' * "What policy do you intend to pur- uo'in the Grand opera housof" "That I haven't yet fully deter- mined. Probably , however , we will un it on the combination plan. " "There that intended was a rumor you tended to have a circusof your own .his season. " "I am not prepared , " responded Hr. Hayden , "to say anything upon hat subject. " Grateful "Women. None receive so-much benefit , and none are so profoundly grateful and how such an interest in recommond- ng Hop Bitters a women. It is the only remedy peculiarly adapted to the many ills the sex is almost universally ubject to. Chills- and fever , indigos- ion or deranged liver , constant or pe riodical sick headaches , weakness in ho back or kidnoys.pam in the shoul- lors and different parts of the body , a eeling of lassitude or despondency , all are readily removed by these bit- , ors. [ Courant. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Until further notice wo will sell jonsdalo Muslin KIHST QUALITY at 'Jo per yard. O'DoNOHOE & DOWNEY , Crighton Block 10th street. All kinds of jewelry Made and re- paired at Edholm & Erickson's , opp ] the P. O Choice Butter and Egos always at m30-3t WAI. GENTLEMAN'S. ' All kinds of jewelry made and re paired at Edholm & Gricgson's , opp. the P. O. G. A. Linquis't , Merchant Tailor , removed to 1200 yarnham street , where ho is fitted up iu the most modern style , receiving a largo and choice selection of spring goods , among which are special novelties , m-2-in Protect your eyes by using only "Diamond Crown Spectacles and Eyeglasses. " ANOELI , BOWF.N & WHITE. ml4-tues-sat All kinds of jewelry made and re paired at Edholm & Erickson'fl , opp. the P. 0. Wanted To trade good gentle driving pony for larger horse and pay difference in cash. cash.W. . J. WjiLSHANS , 8th and Farnam. thnra-fri-and-sat - - - .All kinds of jewelry made and repaired - paired at Edholm & Erickson's , opp. the P. P. _ SEEDS ! SEEDS ! TEEDS ! Landreth's Garden Seeds. Blue Grass. Red Top. Timothy. Millet. Hungarian. Rod Clover. White Clover. Wholesale and retail at PUNDT'S. A Hinall boy about three years old. wearing dark blue dress and rod stockings , giving his name as Charley ( Rose ? ) , and stating 1hat his father is making bread , has been strayed from home , delivered at police headquar ters , where parents may call for him. Large stock"of BarceloU received to-day at Edholm & Erickaon's , opp P.O. A REQUEST that every lady in Omaha will bo kind enough just to call nt Ringer's and see their immense stock of hats , bonnets , flowers , fcarthers , laces , rib- bonsf etc. Our paices will interest yr"i as they are fully ono-thiad leas than other houses charge for the same goods , having first class goods ami the best trimmer in the city , and the lowest prices. Wo expect nn immense trade. KINOKK , 115 15th St. Jewelry iu general , King and Brace lets in particular , of now and handsome - some styles can be found at Hubcr- mann's in gaettt abundance , cor. 13th Douglas , All kinds of jewelry made and re paired at Edholm & Erickson's , opp. h9 P. O. SPECIAL NOTICES. IU LUAn MUnc. . ONEV TO LOAN Call at Law Otneo of I . M L. Tuoran BoouiB Crelschton nioek. 0OffA AAATO LOAA At 8 per c ntln. 33/iOU UUlterwt In 8um .o ( f-i.t'W ) nd upward * , for 3 to S yean , on Drst-clasi city and farm property. I'.ums IliAt , Kauri and LOAM Aoinor , Ifth and Lkjuclts Sti. HELP WANTED. Girl nlwut 11 to do light lioiuo WANTED during theday only. Apply at lloo ollkc. O'Ji-tr " \"X7"ANTK ' TJ plr.s ( c-aolc and homo girl ) \V In a fam ly of flre. Apply vlth rufer- cncis , 111 , N. Utli street bctweiM Capital A\o nd Uodfco. 023 U * A girl to do Koncral homework WANTED bo a good washer and Ironcr. Ap ply sonth-wcjt ccn.cr Lea\cnnoith and 2tst btroeti. 030-lf A.VTED A ijlrl ut French'i Coffee House W 10th St. j SSC-tf WAN'T'D Twcnty.flrn ( tlrlsto leirn Clsar nmllii ( ( . Olrlsfrnm II10 ISjcursotazc IT f rrtd. ApplVeat & l'rllchtr'8 1UU.1 lloag asbtrcoc 014-1 * TtTirANTHD Sitmtton as isuiJcniT. has had VV BOino ciptrlcnco. .Vldrees J. D Koi > orSco. Oir.- ! * Kltht-en girl ab Keliiiko'MCJ - WANTKO taura.it , nth an J Jackoa stu C033t WANTED Basement In ox. frr board. Other boirders too. 003 N. IHh stiitt. OjOtf \T7ASTED-Iinnjediatcly 20lahoiers , SO VV teamsters. H. Mannwcllcr , Eoiplojincut igout near Farnam street. UU'-at A L'ood man to , lake care of WANTED nnd imall garden , 22.d arid St. , la7 a Ao. . U1C-3 WANTED Dining room glrl'stlJho Crelzhton House. C07-tf ANTF.D Tlnce good painter. Apply ta W A. Harmon , corner 16th and Hurt ns. CO1 * .ANTED A Iirife Ice box. Aiddrcss W OCO-1 A. t1\EIN , Asbland. " \T7NTED Oocd steady man win small cap- VV ital. Win. E\orett , 1110llainey it. 03-3 / - liy an cxptrlcrocd1 saletmac. A W/-lNTED In a roicry or pMtielnn > tori' . lest etnfercnces. Address J. F. ik oIUco. 487-1 * ANTED A food tallorts ? on cu-tom W panU. Apply 1220 Fainam. at. 6703 ViKTKD A competent liunditsi. Mrs. H. W Konntzc , S. 10th street. S76-1 * A EIR8T-CLAES talesman dcstais a situitlon CJL where hia scniceu wocla bo required. iildreisfor ono week , box OKI' Council owa. mHO-flt A wainan tuoit JUT ) . McCoy near WANTED \ crnin out corrall. Must bo a gocd ono , no other need apply. 365 1 * A situation In : * bmoqess house WANTED man who uin Keep books , t'olpn ticularok to uha" pcmbon. Salary at Iretnotio much on cbjecfcoa u place hero ncrli will be rewarded. Hanyliogood reference mm preaont employer as to iharactcr and < \billi > . Address 11. F. this oHa ! . 601-tf A good Rlrl at rimer Hamilton WANTED ' ata. , tlilnu'd addition. Bott wages glen. . 633-U "VJITANTED To soil a barba-r shop , coed lo- V7 cation , ( iooJ huslncii , Botlsn.tiry reasons cp ecllliis : . Inquire at 1178.15th ttrcct , Omaha Ne'x S37-tf Family of RoodttanJInx to adopt WANTEO without any compensation , li- qulrn at S. Christiansen , Midwife , No. 80030th Btiiet , between Cuming.ona liurt. 61U-5 * ANTED Boardeni at tbe Garrleld hocsc , M. W. corner 14th MidJackjon Sta. 414 tf Funding bridge aud school Dondw. WANTED Clark. BeUevn * . 18-lf ANTED 4 chlldmn as rxmrderaln a u elect VV school , at 10th and California St. L. B. LOOMIS. 767-lf / - EOCERS1 BOOKS-WANTED To keep oven- VJT lugs In return tor trade. P. O. Box t02. 362-tf 2 unluf linked rooms for man and WANTED must be loodcrato lit prlco. Ail. dress H. . Kco offlcx M7-tf FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND. TT\OR KENT Fnrnlshod rooms tultablo feT Jj houie'kccpUi ; . 'Cor- 18tnand and Clo > li Htreet. Inquire eE. . T. Smith , 19th n.rth , of Gracontrcct. C23-4 1710R RENT ily resldonco at head of St. I ] Marj'a Avenue with lot 110x14(1. ( William MtCamlllsh. 0-7 \0n \ ItEST First flDOr of a brick home In 1 } erchanicef oral * lien board , 003 north 17th itroot. Pleasantly located. 024-11 TT OU RENT New house with 10 room * on 18th lj und \Vebst ral83 > toro room on 2Utand Cumlni ; st. Infjulra of J. D. Tbomas. B13-1 * rnO.llENi Unix u u u wUli f > roon > , in I. lto r & Hill's uocond addition. Intjulro Ho-mblievn olllce. 010-1 * IS rents houso'.tots , farms , stores. rooms etc. OHlce * 15th and DouglM Bt TESTAURANTFOR KENT Enquire at the O'Counoll Iloueo 10th s * between iYidA A FUKNISHED ROOM " 'sTrfi ° "e A or two Kontlemon , at 1011 South mil M oiioblocnfrom U. P. Depot. 691-1' SOU RENT Furnished cotlago COS N. 18th ) it. Rent ju.tly exchanged Icr * > < > " & OR" RENT Ilindtomdy furnlthid par'or E andalco erooru.B01 OiM bt. 6WJ-U RENT On * furnished room 1723 Dou- EOR & it. 087 11 ' of le en toouu.barn , etc , House < > . "r1 * J - . ' " * E , , 1512 a. = t.10R KBNT-FurnlalieU loom with Ijpird. JJModJiu improvement ! . 17I8DoJgest. T-ioK UKNT llouw No. 110 nnd 1228. 12th P 8t suitable for restaurantbaa dlnif house. Alf D.'ioncs. ecu 677-3' " KENT Handsomely furtlthod liont FOR" , to rentlcman , moderate rent. Rcf. orcnco * . 1812 Lodjo t. between ISth and llth 63t-l * treeU. RENT Furnished roomat U07 Howard EOR 14th and Uth streets south * ld within 3 block ! Bouth east of pottofflca. 654-tl furnlthed rooms ona door north lof NICHLY on I8th rt. 6S3-4' . - Bous barn and 3 crc of laud. Inquire 16th and Howard. Eugsno O'NItl. 600 tf One Urge furnished room , with SIOHKNT on ttr t floor , outside eulnnce. 180S Iforul " " * t. _ _ _ _ " T710R UliNT-FurnUhod cottage , .u rooms. Jj tii9CaliioraU t. Mis. Hall. 621-tt , uo Ktfi-At ww > U rjr' Avenue. 17 OR JIE.NT-X. K. } , fee. C , T. IS , " ! I' Improved Dsiigmn > ttt.tyl nd. 1J rnilM from KIl. station. H.qu.re ut S1W D j cnport etrcet. I.10K Utir store room In bricK uul dinij , > . h K. corner 10th and Cimilntf. 0. Oood- man. 1110 rarnhsmPL 503-U 110R RENT Furmsncu nun loom , . E. cor/ 1 it-it - Bib i J furnished rooin * t-- TTIOR RENT ! - - , ( j chants' E hanKON. K. car. Mtb nd jWj- street * . ? l _ . -filOR iinNT NleMy furnished rooms wither lj without boarJ. H K > nnble prlCM. 201S * * Cft ? t. t.lORNALB tiood team , wagon and Jurntii JJ 1C30 Ssiith lOih street. S. It , wlll' ' ' . 6-1. SAIK House arittno full lots all Im plements nearly noUcst locatloi m to * it , only9X00 , half down , luUrce .on tlmelIf dcslrtd. Inquire of ( J. Fulhnan tth and Dorcw street. 1. SALi : llotiso of 4 or 5 rofms and cor FOR lot on IDth and Mason 81.COO. McCieuo 1UUY Thorcnlibrcd Jersey Bull t-o. 332 Lj "M. 3. H. B. " , winner tf prize f t State Fair. Stands for ecrrico t Nebraska 1'oullry Yard ) , West Omaha. Graham t1. Browne , 585-1 m -T710HS\LB-Hloti In N.jW. part of city on JL1 fishily location. 82CO to 8250 each , on monthly paj mcnti. JU'oguc , opp. nojtoillco. 531ti . loU farms an < * ' > E.MIS BO Is houie , ) Olficc. 16th and Douglas Stu. 171 Jll SALK Ono sccosd-lund 25harso power Jj engine , peed ai ncw.al'o tvioS horsetiouer , and two Uifiorso jXcr mijlnes , now , Bllcrs of a I aizo , now , Inqulrn Oman'x Tourdryan Michlnu Co.U. P. Hy. bet 17t' Md 18lh omahi . 60Mm [ AUlt -llousothrccrooms nrd h lf lot.on Jj 20th street north of Crook , WWcith. On month y pijincnts $1COO. Mtn L. JtcCx lie , opswsltc postolllcc. KB-tf tULE. FIne fimlly maror jountf and FOR . not 42t , Council Bluff g. la. 24-3 SAI i : Houao and loS on cay t h ? > T Apply nt BU Wn'nnt btroti ! ot con Bth and theoU South of U. P. depot , also entire household goods. 710H SALE Saloon stocn ruid ftxturesand I. ' IPHHO given , good location. Kiifjulra ol L. II. Spencer , northeast corner llth nnd itarnoy. -Al.K Fit o arris of lind on JHtott , with Hiio rc denco , l ni mid other ti's. Price 82,600 : terms ca y. W. n. Ikirtlott , S.M.E A neu-houco and lot.5tll and JlUlt ) \ . - > 8 St. Inquire to A. Bouniau , 28th and 1'arnham sts. C13-lni * I710K SAUC A l'laioU orfno" ) , in excellent lj o.nJion ; * eryche p. Inquire 01 ihUotllca. pi429-tf PTIOKS)1 LE c'uotcroolandutury irama Jj hoiisw. bam 2 uoll and other Improve- inonts , cost aide of Saundtrs etrcct , near Fort Omaha. For ptrticulura ndd.cst Ooo. H" . Brew , stcr , Oakland , Neb. jQl-tf TjlOU SALE IIouso with 0 rooniB , barn and Jj ions leaio of lot on 16tn St. , lor..Jurt ) and Webster. Inquire at Bdholm k Erh t'rn's. rjlOR b.lL.E Car load of fie blackcy roulca Jj broke. Apply of J. W. bklnncr , Coin la , > OTS ; SllOcach , 85 down and85 ; per month US , Airont. "TJ1O11 BALK 31 residence low on nnd-uoar llitn Jj otroet. I'ricc ' , S350 to &M > each. Terms easy. UoCACUE , Apcnt , Opp. Post Oflice. = a * ; 8Ai.l2 Bicjcle , 4V-lnch Staud .iiOolun.T FOll . Apply Union Eloiator. 283-tt "I710R SA&V Orwillexcha er > for Oraaha pro. Jj I lucrty.au improved sec on of lavd adoln- ] ln n station on U. P. 11. R. li. DUlKiAM , 1111 FuruIiAiuStt i Omaha. 72(1 ( Suit ElClFFOK SAl.ll. B SOn-tf KSTADKOOK a COK. O/l A , Ifcur.d'j ofcho ce country Ir .lw Jor sale OUU i cheap ; also fieah milk ovoty Jjy at Gioiuy fctorc , corner llth and led < ro , 47t ] cio * . FOR SALE T. Murray. BK10H. llO-tl l's > iuu cutn , 25 dawn and $5 per month. CHtSIS , axent , .6th and Dcuglaa Sis. _ _ T > AtED HAY At A. H. Sandcr'B Feed Stor Jj 1013 Harnoy St. _ 9lB-tf MISCELLANEOUS. ANitZ > - ACOMPETENT AW5XVUSUINO MAN , who the SUJISCKIPTION EOOK BUSINESS ( c pleto bound booka. ) to take a , 'JENKII. AOENGSof our Subicriptlon Publlcatijns for > Dinahannd vicinity. itiiit bo atkjto Invest 8100 lor stock of books. To tha right man we shill tfCir.ll control of Territory , extra largo ilii junto , a Ibtof rapid selling hooka , attractive circulars , and all facilities for as'tro and ? ooJ- ay.n h ralceaa. 0. W. CAKLETON K O. . t29 ! 3 Publishers , New York. A phn lor kitchen a jilition Co oncu FOUND : * . , having .Mansard roof , trcjulre tai-4 . HUGO V To cxchnnaa for phaeton S1DB.BAR Angel , Bowen 6 ; WIulo Opera House. C27-7 u Hoan mare about 4 ytars O' Ehwt mane , lonirtall and wM'ohlud to , jranded on left i lj Icttcr""v.tlthi line througli cnnlec , FiniUd wl Iploaso lenu lulormttlon at IBlff.Dodge Bt COB-5' ITiTvYlNCHKSTEttls prej ] ro l to receUo iiupila or Instruction innal > tluf. Please call.it N.V. . cor 2Jth St. Marj s vo. 53530 J Cluster lilaok p raspborrie , _ MAilMOTH dozen , 82.00 p9 p hundred , 810 00. ' pou thousand at < Idle-WlldoPi , < : o. " l.ea\o or lion * at 1414 Uodgo St. John 0. Willis. rach-25-ov eat-4t Soft maple tro-ts fur sale , 10 toll . feetblffn , ona milo westof ) Fort- Ctcaalia. Address W. 0. Alnw.-ortfcOmahaN'ob. 470-1 * NEW C1T ? MAI'S , 10c. ilountid- Mapa , 82.60. OEO. P. BEMJa. i _ icalo ) are again In prfcct order. Call on . w 3Ir. Van OimanatstocU jatds , 10th St. , bet. . ' 4V , ' Capitol avenue and Divj-itart St. Plenty ! ' o . . . . . . . . jard room and .t.i.iinr. Bright striw inliale or bed-ticke. R ESTAIIHOCIH , tis-tf TIANO AND OIlOAi ? Inrtructlon by S'Jsg E J. S. Parflit , H. ZOtitSt. . below Pierce. 91-tf And tint clao ublo board , at 2011 KOOMS St. mMm * AVE UKNT Cbolco of 30 full lota , to k l ( 'i § near Crclghtcn College ( or 824 jcr yen17 xtcr L. Thouiaa li liro. . Room 8 , Crek-htoa Block. VQi-tt EDWAED KUEHL MAQISTKU OF PALMYBTERY AND iCONDI TIONALIBT. 40S Tenth Street , between FirnirfJj andllarney. Will , with the a'jl of guaidlaa tplrits , obtain for any ono a Rlaruo at Iho pan t | and present , and on certain conditions In the fa | uro. Boot * and Shoes made to ; rdcr. Perfect - ' - ' rtlon v ' - POWDER Absolutely Pure. ' Tills powder neier varies. A ii.arvel of pu Ity , Btrcngth and wholesomeueti. More ecioo- mlcKl thtn the ordinary kinds , tnd cannot bt told in competition with the multitude oft ow te t , short wdght. alum or phr sprat * pewdsri. Bold only In cani. ROTU B * * 1SO l' VPU C ) . , M W 'I Bt , Now Yoik '