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TEE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , APEiL 10 1882
.Monday Morning April 10.
W Author Report *
( The following observation * nro token hi
the MHIO moment ot tlrao at all the ttn *
Wta DU-AMMKST , V. n , BiotAt. RrnTicn , \
OMAHA , April 0 , 1SS2. (1:45 ( p. m. ) f
RlverOfvct 1 Incheabave high water mane al
Omaha anil 0 feet 10 at Yonkton.
Ient In over.
The city council meets to-night.
New licenses are issued to atoons t ( J
j * -Tlio noon train vroit yesterday wai ro-
The Social .Artc'.ubmecliat .t p. in.
. The city schools ro-opcn to-d&y after a
The overland train from the west last
night was four hours Kite.
Tha fair for the bcnefitof St. Joseph' *
hospital opens at Creighton Hall to-nl ht.
The Easier ball of the Concordia soci
ety takes place to-night at Turncr'fl Hall.
The now comet is now visible in the
heavens , hut it requires uh.irp looking to
The Musical Union orchestra has been
strengthened by the accession to its ranks
-of I'rof. ( Jewlnner.
The election of chief engineer of the
fire department takes pi * ton Wednesday ,
Morris Morrison hni been appointed
assessor f6r the 'Second ward , vice Fred
ISchni , resigned.
The heaviest snow storm ot.tho season
wai reported on the Mountain division of
the IT. P. b'nturday.
, A wanhoul on the 1) . & M. , near
J/ouJsville , delayed the Bouth-bouud train
lor "Lincoln about nx hours at this point ,
Mr , Maurice Barney , of the Musical
Uriou orchestra , has received n pair of
valuable kettle drums from France , cost
( JiU/au Fonda has gone to Carres
Iowa , topractice law with. Will Siddiml ,
nn , old law partner of Ida in 1'altcrnon ,
21 ; J.
The tecond term of the Cniaha
-academy , comer of Seventeenth street
und Capitol avenue , will begin this morn-
Only two arrests were ma-Jo in the
past twenty-four hours , Ono w s a
tramp , who was subsequently ilrcd oat of
town , and the other a plain dtunk. *
By request of the members mid/ Hands
of the Burns club , of Omaha , Jcanlu.Wnt-1
on ; .Queen of Scottish fionp. " w.l1l repeat
her ballad concert at Modulo Hall , Tnei-
day , April llth.
Marie Geistingcr , and tha Thalia Tho-
fttra , company , Qtnnany , with Manager
.Vmberg , passed through the city Satur
day evening in a nn'ocial car , returning
' from San Francisco.
The opera houss restaurant , hitherto
run by J. W. Bradley , tins been sold to
Sir. Thomaa Falconer , who took posses
sion Saturday He will run it right up to
tbo top notch.
Duiing the tlmnJelntonu of Friday
night , the lightning struck the house of
Oapt. .7. i } . Wood , oa Capitol Hill , and
damaged it considerably , Nouo of the
family were Injured , 'nit ' had it not been
for the heavy rnin the house would prob
ably have been destryocd l-y ftro.
A eapguinary figlit occurred yesterday
In Pat Hammoiid'rt saloon , in Sixteenth
etreot , in which a horse trruler from near
tbo corral tackled the bar-tender and a
ccuplu of bj-HtandcrH. Two or three
physiognomies were badly damaged by
tha li jo of chain * and other available
' " -'A young man named Dominck J' . .u
who worked In the Novelty Irop Work.
on Fourteenth ttreet , wns severely injur
< d Saturday ovenfnj ; by the cxplodon o
jin emery \vhtol , on which ho waa at th
time grinding A shovel. A long and dee
. .wound was indicted above the loft eye an.
1 the bane wai fractured. lr. ) 1'eck at
tended the poor fellow and fixed him u
in seed shape , and he will recover wit.
jfoodcare. The wheel IVOR probably im
perfect and was being tunith too time
Bhe Donlca Bolnff "Little Crlckot"- .
SuccesBful Bouthorn Tour.
The statement iriado a four week
that Mibs Nellie Burke was rid
ing under the *
now nora deplume o
-"Little Oriokot" was incorrect , as in
formation hftS'beou received from lie :
that she IB "Nellie Uurko" atill. The
[ Nebraska equestrienne has been in
Texas over ainco leaving Omaha , has
ridden four races there and will ride
one woroatConsicana , before leaving
After that aho goes to Little Jlock
Ark. , thence to MayBvillo , Ky.j
where she rides May lUth. She has
oilers of moro encogcmonta now than
_ hb can jnBsibly keep , and her racing
ia inpro popular than over ,
California wants her to come out
and ride eomu races on the cold
< xuscl life fall. Miis Burke will ( ill
several ongagcinunta in Iowa duriufj
the aeavon , and will probably lido nt
tho'stato fair in this city next foli ,
where aho says eho would like to moot
all lady equestriennes in a true for al
race. She is very uniioua to meetl
" Littlp Cricket , " wlio is riding under
the management of J. W. Jacobs ,
3fias Burko' formormaiiBfjer , and the
/uettrienuo fpr whom aho has been
It is very probable that both ladies
wjJJ r/dfl / in Omaha ( his fall ,
A Move Towftrd Mnklng the Corpora
tion Pay Their Share oftlie
The rnilway companies nro norei
ever anxious to pay taxes. As in tc
bo scon in the mayor's Into innugura
the following city and school tnxci
have boon paid on city property foi
Name of Company. Tax paid
Chicago , Kock Inland & Pacific.8 3,1 2.3 (
Chicago & Northwestern 1,310.M
K ns C'lty. ht. Joseph & Coun
cil Uluff 2.1B.4J
Chlcagii , Burlington ft Quincy. . W > 2 !
Waba.h , St. Louis & Pacific. . . . 403.3 !
Union L'aclfio 16330.2. :
Total 322,44 .U
U is estimated that this is but r
tithe of what should bo paid by tin
railways which Imvo tmch largo prop
crty interests hero. Under the prcs
cut law the railway companies cortifj
to the executive council at Dui
Moines the number of miles of road. .
The council estimates the average as
sessin'ont per mile , and certifies th <
same to oaclt county , and the boarc
of suporvisorn certify the same tc
each township , Under this way ol
assessing , a mile ot track in this city ,
accompanied by sidetracks , and im
provements worth thousands of dol-
lara , is assessed for no moro than n
mile of plain track in nn adjoining
township , which has not n bridge , n
depot , or a Bifletrnck. ' This &uom
The city council has instructed the
city engineer to make an cotimato of
the mnount of railway tracks , etc. ,
and present a plot uf the lands , BO
that a just idea may bo gained of thu
amount of property hero , and how
much is subject to taxation. This in
a step in the right direction , and will
doubtless lend to a correct showing of
whcro the city is getting all that it
should get from the railways.
It is stated that an ullnrt is being
made to keep the big elevator exempt
from taxation on the ground that it is
owned by the railways and operated
in their interests. It has cost about
$200,000 , and the owners are said to
bo railway men , but it does not noeus-
narily' follow that because it is owned
by men who are interested in the
railways that therefore the elevator is
a part of the working property T > f the
roads thcrnsolvoH. The fact that rail
way men own this elevator it no more
a reason for its exemption than that
property owned by a church member
shall bo exempt because church prop
erly ia exempt.
It is to bo hoped that thq council
will follow up this load and ( jot at the
bottom facts , BO that all inky know
whether the railways are paying their
share , and if not , that stops'may ' betaken
taken to co.iipol them to do so.
A FINE SCHEME
An Illuminated Clock for the Hlrjb
On Friday and Saturday.
14th and 15th , J. it. JIugor's Jjrand
historical drama "The Great Repub
lic , " will bo given under his direction ,
at Boyd'a opera house , by ever four
hundred characters taken by the
young people of Omaha. The nllo >
gory and tableaux represent our
National history front the landing of
Columbus to the present tiaio.
Thb object of the entertainment
is the purchase of on illuminated
clock for the high school tower , und
the performance is endorsed as fol-
OMAHA , Nob. , April 5 , 188U.
Wo , the undersigned , consent to
the UBO of our names as a general
committee , to endorse thu proposed
poiformanco of the pupils of the pub
lic schools , under the direction o !
Prof. Hagor , a portion of the amount
received to bo appropriated to iho
purchase of an illuminated clnck for
the high school tower und the high
( Signed ; Ebon K. Long , 0. F.
Goodman , A. P. Tukoy , L llichard-
sou , 0. J. Green , Max Meyer &Bro. ,
Charles Shiveriok , II. P. Douel , J. H.
Boyd , A. N. Ferguson , Supt. Line ,
Clark Woodman , J. S. Caulflold , .1.
SI. Bennett , A. Oruickshank , Uoo. L.
The "dodo-or" - which wan scattered
to-day promises a magnificent enter
tainment and the house can bo more
thaufilled , by these who would like to
BOO a clock in the tower if they didn't
care anything for the show , though
that will bu a really fine thing ,
A Bad Aflalr.
In view of the fact that the Hoi-
man opera company waa expected to
have appeared shortly at Boyd's opera
liouso , in this city tha sid news
learned to-day will bo of interest ,
rhoro are also a number of friends of
Mr. and Mrs , Hohnan in this city
who will deeply sympathize with them
in their bereavement.
CJoorgia , the nine year old son of A.
D Hohnan and his wife , Blanche
Uradshaw , members of thu llolman
apora company , died at St. Joseph
Thursday. The messenger of death
lame to the llt lo boy a few minutes
before the company was to have pro
luced Pinafore at the opera house ,
The audience was dispersed , and the
iarrowing ones gathered around the
ittlo form of their loved one , Frl-
lay the company was disbanded , the
loason ended , and the grief stricken
mrenU permitted to indulpo their
orrow nor listen to the applause of
ho multitude that ( alls with crushing
roight upon an echini ; heart.
Board of Trade ,
Regular monthly mouting on Mon-
lay ovenincr , April 10th at 7itO : p. m.
TJIOS. GIBBON , Secretary
Omnlta Fire Department
The regular meeting end annual
lection of oilicors of thu Omaha tine
epnrtment will take plnco at tha city
ouncil chamber , Wednesday evening ,
tpril 12th , 1882 , at 8 o'clock.
JBUOMB 0. PuimEi , Secretary.
Orchard & Bean have just received
> r tha spring trade , the finest line of
AOJ : CuurAiNH over brought to Omn-
i. Call and BOO them , they take
LKAHUiiK Jii rhownig their goods ,
IIBTIICK YOU DJHIlti : TO J'UltOIUHK Oil
XT. f | i
MUSIC IN THE AIR.
Tbo Concert Given Saturday Evonlni
ns n Cloae Tor tbo Musical Con
At the concert given by the musica
convention S\turday erening M is
Alice S. Mitchell served ns director
Miss Julia Officer as pianist , Charlc
R. Lutton aa basso and J. II. Bell
cornolist. Among the participants ii
the programme wore Mrs , Chnflin
who gave a solo , Misses Mueller am
Guernsey , -who gave as a duet " . '
Know a Bank , " Mr. Lutton san |
"Grand Old Ocean , " and "Midship
mite. " A quintette consisting o
Misses Mitchell , Walker , Field am
Messrs. Tulloys and Judson , gar
"Mortgage the Form. " Walter Bon
noy took the nolo in the solo am
chorus , "Tho Trumpet will Sound.1
A male quartette consistfng of Messrs
Tulloys , Palmer , Judson and Arthu
also gave a number. The prisoi
scene from Trovntoro was given hi
Miss Mitchell and Mr. Charles Palmer
Mr. Bell gave a corno' ttolo and a portion
tion of the Anvil Chorus from Trova
tore was qiven with Messrs. Judson
Stacy , D. lo , McGee as the black
smiths , The attendance was quit )
'largoand'tho entertainment was varict
For Lambrequins and Draperies , g <
to Orchard it Bcan'a , they make sue ]
work a specialty. m-nnd-o
THE LICENSE QUESTION.
Pat-tins Protested Against and Folnti
liaised Agalnut Them.
Applications for license to sell liquoi
in Omahautidur the now law have
now nearly all been filed and tin
board meets to-day to pass upoi :
Protests have been filed in foui
cases , viz : Brandt , Ilornborgor , Adamt
and O'Counoll. In the first twc
the question of the legality of the ad <
vcrtisod notice , of application it
raised and , in Hornborgor's case ,
incidentally , the fact that he
haa paid in but 000 and asks for li-
coiibu for six months when the law
says that the applicant shall paj
§ 1,000. If an applicant can ask fet
aix or three months' license , ho can
take a still moro limited one , oven tc
one day. In Brandt's case the addi
tional complaint is made that ho hae
at various times'during the present
year violated the law by selling liquoi
on Sunday and after midnight.
In the CUBO of Adams , who is really
Dick Curry , O'Connoll files u protuttt ,
alleging that ho keeps a disorderly
house , and asks that no license bo is
sued Adams , Curry , Scott or any of
A counter charge is filed against
O'Conuoll , who is also accused of
keeping u disorderly house. With
these exceptions , no remonstrances
uro before the board for a. hearing.
An important ( suit'was * tried and
decided Saturday at Wahoo , in the
court of Judge Post , o ! the Fourth
judicial district of Nebraska. The
Huit was by Joshua R. Brovtn , of
Saunders county , and the defendant
was the Republican Valley railroad
company , u branch of the Union PA-
citic. The suit was brought to recover
damages aiising .from an alleged ob
struction of the watorc of the Platte
by a bridge built by the company ,
which formed an ice gurgo and caused
the water to overflow considerable
ground , destroying among other
things , Mr. Brown's mill property.
Brown got a judgment for ? o,000 ,
and it is expected that several similar
suits will folioiv. W. J. Council woa
for the plaintiir , and J. M. Thjiraton
for the dotendant.
The liadsotneat line of Fringes in
the city is at Orchard & Bean's. '
The Emmot Ball.
The thirteenth annual ball of the
Emmet Monument association will
couio oil'at Kuony'a hall this
evening. The hull has been ap
propriately decorated for the oyenr ,
and every effort has been made to
make the coining ball equal if not su
perior to any previous ono. The com
mittee urn as follows :
Arrangement * .Michael Whoian ,
Daniel Collins , James Douglas , Pat
rick Ileafoy , R. J. Hayes.
Reception-Edward Qutnn , W. W.
White , Patrick Dutfry , Patrick
Hughes , P. F. Murphy.
Floor Manauors John Sheehan , S.
G. Carroll , Thos. Bronimu , J. F.
Price , Edward Donoghuo ,
Buy your carpets at "Tim C.\KPET
STOIU ; , " IIKI Fiuuait. "Ivito tail1
stores ( 'ANT compute with Kxcr.ravi :
nuAi.tJUH. For "Fun on the Oarpetu"
go to ( DrollerJ t Bean's. m-a-o
The Doiton Excursion
The Boston excursionists arrived in
Chicago Saturday by a special on
the Michigan Central , and loft
fur the west by thu Jtock Island Sun
day morning. The special carry
ing them from Chicago will bo drawn
by the locomotive America , which
was on exhibit inn at the Paris expo
sition , They will reach huro on Mon-
Saratoga Soolalit os.
The annual school election Monday
ironing resulted in the election of
. R. Brown as moderator for three
The mooting Instructed the board
: o purchase an iron pump and other
wise iinprovo tlio tchool property.
V four iiulla assessment for the onsu-
nff year was llxed upon.
Eloquence WAS nt a discount during
ho diecutsinpH and the small boys
voro much edified.
Not to bu outdone , the young
adics of Iht , lycouni liayo a broom
Irill in relioanal , which will bo a fea-
uro of the closing muuting Wed ties-
lay , April 12th ,
J. H , Courad returns to Lincoln to-
ay.E. . P. Erowator Jeavea to-day to
jiu hi brother at Grand Island.
" 'Cuoroo ,
A PO\V3BBFUL PLEDGE.
The Gauntlet Thrown Down for Al
.Rivals to Take Up.
Since the advent of the famoui
Hawthorn's Centennial Excolato ;
Roof paint in this market , it has mo
* vith unprecedented success. The in
venters came themselves to push it :
claims and xrcurcd live state agcnti
in Messrs. Funk and Shockey wht
are pushing the business actively ant
already have a largo number of con <
tracts in their hands and a big force
of men at work.
However , there are some people
who have been humbug d so often
that they are inclined to put all in
ventions in the snino box , andtomeol
theao the following offer ia made tc
property owners :
"Tho undersigned will pay $1.00C
to the owner of 'a building to whom
they cannot prove that Hawthorn' )
Centennial Excelsior Roof Painl
has withstood exposure on' roots foi
12 years without renewal and in good
condition. On the other hand thoj
would bu pleased to see a tin roof thai
has been plintcd with mineral paint ;
two years and not corroded , and agree
that if such can bo shown them thoj
will paint it freu of chare , thus giving
them the benefit of 12 years protoo-
tection. Funk A Shockoy , Room C ,
Sroighton Block. "
In addition to thus trying to convince -
vince such as are skeptical , the linn
can show xomo of tha finest letters
from leading mtn'all over the coun
try , bankers , judges and lawyers ,
who have had the'paint in use from
five to thirteen years , and pronounce
it to-day as good ns ever. The origi-
nalo of tlmao letters may bo scon any
day by applying at the oflico. Among
others is ono from President
Tootle , of the Merchants' National
bank 'of St. Joseph , and a member of
the well-known firm of Tootle & Maul
of this city. The fact ia nn article
ever came to this market with such
a unanimous endorsement as Haw
thorns' Centennial Excelsior Roof
paint and all that is asked is that
doubters call and bo convinced.
You will find the Largest and Most
complete line of C.irpots at Orchard &
Bean's. TIIUII THICK is ALWAYS TIIE
When you have tried all other
glasses and spectacles and you cannot
bo suited , c.tll on Edholm & Erickson
and got a pair of the genuine Star-
tiutod Spectacles or Eye ( > lasscs.
They will suit wi on all others' fail.
These are sold exclusively by us in
Nebraska , Wyoming , Utah , Iowa and
Kansas. Edholm & Erickson , op
posite postofiico , Omaha.
A large and handsomp line of
Smyrna Ruga , at Orchard & Bean's.
A Younu Woman of Easy Virtue
, Takes a Doae of Morphmo.
About 11 o'clock Friday Dr.
Spans was called to attend a sick
woman who roomed over the Golden
Gate restaurant , on Dodge street. Ho
found her unconscious and soon dis
covered that she had taken morphine
with intent to commit suicido.
Antidotes were at once adminis
tered and the doctor made several
visits to the patient during the night ,
pronouncing her Saturday to bo
out of danger , though still quite sick.
The woman is known us Nettio
Caruthen and the causa is alleged to
liava been the trouble she
was in at the intended depart
ure of a man on whom she
had become "mashed , ' or , in other
words , was smitten with. A col
ored man connected with the Golden
Gate restaurant wont up to her room
during the evening and found her ly
ing on the bed apparently somewhat
intoxicated. She asked him for a
loan of ton cents , saying that she
wanted it to buy writing paper. Af
ter he left hho went to a drug store
and bought the morphine , of which
the doctor thinks she must have taken
at leabt two toaspoomful on her way
homo. Prompt andj'udicious treatment
ulono saving her lite.
The woman is about twenty-duo
years of ago and said to bo quite pre-
possossini ; ia appearance.
CHANGING THE CHANNEL.
Improvements Contemplated by the
Board of Commissioners.
The following item from the Waterloo
lee Gazette will bo of general interest
to our Douglas county readers :
Wo have boon reliably informed
that the board of county commission
ers have viewed the proposed changes
solicited to bo made in the channel of
the Elkhorn river , and find that it
will bo a great advantage to the
facility of the stream in cr.soa of Jngh
water. For instance , at or near
the bridge on the military roud
at Elkhorn City , only sixty feet inter-
Tones between the two beds of the
two beds of the river , and the water
is now carriodnearly twomilca around.
The commissioners have viewed the
sovjral short bends intervening between
twoen the Waterloo bridge and the
one mentioned above , and estimate
that the channel can bp shortened
fully ten miles m that distance , and
not damage anyone on the route
that is , property owners all along are
highly ( favoring the move. The
changes once made will make certain
the capacity of the Elkhorn to
carry away i'a volume of water with
out overflowing its banks as is una
voidable while its course is so crooked
and meandering as it is at present.
From all along the valley ubovo wo
hoar applause for the commissioneis in
this iiiovo to rush the work aloni ; , us
it at once frees 'hundreds of acres of
land from being subject to overflow ,
that it will produce in a taw years
Jnough grain to pay the entire ex
pense of the work , Besides , it is
rvell to have it understood that it is a
necessity for the protection of prop-
irty on the valioy above horo. The
lamago donb heretofore has taught
iur people the expense of a flood , and
f the straightening of the river is a
einedy , wo' shout for the move in
hat direction immediately.
ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAIi.
Its Ncccls-Tho New Addition Bogui
-Tho Coming1 Fair.
A fair for the purpose of raisinj
funds with which to build nn ntlditioi
to St. Joseph Hospital , will commenci
in Creighton Ilall , on the corner o
Eleventh nnd Farnam ttr o B
to-night. The fair will probably
continue- for two weeks , so that pep
plo from all parts of the city and it
all classes and conditions of society
may have ample opportunity in whioli
to contribute to this laudable benefit
St. Joseph's Hospital is the only in
stitution of its kind in the city 01
vicinity. It is not supported oithoi
by state , county , or city aid , nor yel
by .tho income from the afllictedwhc
are nursed within its walls. _ It is , in
fact , dependent , in the main , upon
the voluntary contributions of those
who at all understand the good which
such an institution is capable of dp'nc ; .
It is true that seine < > f the patients
pay n certain sum per week for the
medical and nurse attendance upon
them , but they are BO few , compared
with the number of others who arc
absolutely unable to do so , that the
hospital is but poorly able to provide
a fund for its own support.
It will readily bo understood how
the number of indigent patients can
always bo largo at the hospital , when
ono considers the growing importance
of this city as a manufacturing centre ,
and the consequently numerous cases
of accidonto , often happening to
friendless people. The railroads , too ,
hereabouts , claim their victimn almost
daily , and the majority of the latter
invariably find their way to this home
of mercy , The consequence is that
the hospital has becomu inadequate to
the demands made upon it. Plans
for a now addition have been accepted ,
hi fuel , the excavation for the erec
tion of the same is now in progress ,
and the buildinir , it is expected , will
bo ready by Juno. The cost of con
struction , it ia thought , will bo in the
vicinity of § 10,000.
It is not doubted that everybody
seca the necessity of the hospital.
Nor is it believed that , seeing the
necessity , the reader of thcso line ? ,
bo ho well provided with the Roods of
the world or the friends that make
lift ] , or perchance p but ucantily sup
plied with cither , will , deny
to the institution , in this con
nection the pecuniary assistance
it may bo in his power
to give. And should the wheel of
fortune so revolve aa to make n mem
ber of either class apply for admission
within the hospital walls it will bo a
consolation to know that , when op
portunity afforded , the applicant un
selfishly and generously appreciated
The conduct of the hospital is commended -
mended by the loading physicians of
the city. The sisters in charge of the
hospital are expert nurses , and their
devotion to the suflerini/ , did wo not
hnvo ample proof in our midst , might
well be questioned. It was they who
tended tbo unfortunate patients at
the pest house during the small pox
scare lately , and who would again
gladly take their lives , so to speak , in
their hands if occasion required to relieve -
liovo the ulliicted.
There will bo many attractions at
the fair. There will bo many articles
on saio at various prices , suited to the
purse of everybody. Th % smallest
sum will bo thankfully received. In
the success of this fair the men of
wealth of the city are generously en
listed , aad it is pleasing to note that
these of bone und muscle , also , are
engaged in the laudable undertaking ,
and , in a measure , emulating the
pleasing example of the others.
"HIGH "BALL "
Opening : the Season of the National
Game in Omaha.
A very interesting and al times ex
citing game of base ball inaugurated
the-season of ' 82 in Omaha on Satur
day afternoon. The contest was an
nounced to take place between the
Union Pacific headquarters nine and
the B. & M. headquarters nino. This
drew a largo number of the admirers
of the national game to the grounds
at the terminus of the Eighteenth
street car line and by the time the
game commenced about three hundred
spectators in carriages and on foot
were in attendance. 'J'liu gaum was
well played dcspito the fact that the
nines were both ' 'tender" and "stifl"
from the winter. The Union Pcilic
nine won the game by the score of 1 ! )
By reason of the absence of some of
the members of both regular cluba ,
the game was played moro properly
between two nines picked from these
present , and consequently the result
can hardly bo called a Union Pacifiio
victory. The following ia the score :
Ir , klMk B. AMI M. JO.NK.
Fiuikhuustr--M b. . . . 3 Monroe , lid Ij 1
i.nuleo 2 Nllle , 2 < lb 1
llutkco. p. , 3 Uramlt , o 1
Seymour , 1st b 1 Saxo , a , s , . . , , , 1
Ilousuworth , 1. t. . . . . 1 Crosby , p 1
Nasn , . . , , 8 Foreman , It lb. . . . < 1
Smith , c. r 0 ITMifUM. r. 1 3
llos , r. ( 1 Pcott , c. i 0
Slahony , 3d b 't Dent , 1. f 1
Total 14 Total U
ICORk BY l.SMkdH.
Union Pacific 1 a ! f 8 2 1 1 2 0-J <
U , & Al , . . ,0 0 2 0 1 0 1 i S U
The umpiring by Mr. Charles Gris-
wold. was very fairly and promptly
conducted. Frank Bandlo captained
the Union 1'aciGo nine , and Arthur
Saxo the B. & BI. nino. Both of
these gentlemen are exports and ar-
lent lovers of the game , and it is
probable that they will organize and
run their rival clubs during the com
ing season in a way to make things
interesting for the many lovers of the
jame as well as ior themselves.
. . . . <
Everybody who contemplates pur
chasing FuiiNiTuiiK will Und it to
their own interest to inspect the im-
neiiso stock nt the store of CIIAS.
3HIVKKICK , who unquestionably lias
ho finest assortment of ruuNiTiniK ,
) tc , , from the beat manufacturers and
ho newest styles , and ALWAYS HAKES
, OWEH ruifEH than any other VUU.NI-
. 'OitE dealer iu Nobaaska.
CJIAS. SmvKUifiK ,
1200 , 1103 and 1210 Farnam St.
- * - -
I Mixed paint all ready for the brcih
II colors , w SOLOMON'S.
TUTTLK-Dean tiMlland. Infant son ol
Thomas F. nod Jennie II. Tuttle , aged
C months ano 1C days.
Vunewl services nt the parents' rel
dcncc , No. 2020 St. Mary's avenue , to-daj
nt 2 o'clock.
China Matting , Plain nnd Fancy ,
just in , at Orchard & Bean's.
Romnn and Turkish Satins , foi
Drapery Curtains , Table Scarfs ,
Banners , Seres ns and outline em
broidery , at Orchard & Bean's.
Turkoman , Bedouin and TrausoerBo
Stripes for Porticro Curtains at
Orchard & Bean's. m-and-o
Protect your eyes by using only
"Diamond Crown Spectacles and
ANOKLL , BOWEN & WIIITB ,
CANTON HATS 25 ccnta at the
"Boston Store. " oprltomayl
TO LOAN MONb .
ONEY ' TO LOAN Clllftt L wl rncool .
M' L. Thomas lloomB Crelchton
YTO LOA.S At 8 per ccntln-
, . tcreat In Buma.oJ 62,500 and
upwards , lor 8 to 6 years , on Brgt-tlaui city r.tnl
lamiiirorertjDrum HXA ! > KBTATU nd Lois
AORXOr. Itth mid Dcui'las Sis
HELP WAN ftp.
/ - < A I'KNTUl WANlO Apj.ljrl410 Uanuy
\J Bttcet. tO.8 )
A TRAVELIXO MAN ha can ylra Hrst-claM
XV icteronco wantsa furnUhcJ roam wllliln
tl tf Moekn of Prswlllcc , jirtvato fsiiilly ro-
ferret ! . Address I' , this illlie " 10-11 |
Compelcnlultl fcr.coneril Iiou o
W work. Mat bo n H'K"I coak ftln. II ,
' , corner lOla and 1 c > in\vorth Etr. etc.
By a younj ? man n DOB ! Ion M
liooK-tccior. or c.om , hiving liatl vrio-
tlcil experience ) . Wrltoingaod hand , Address
70S 8. lOtheUcct. C31-1V
Employment good book-keeper
WANTED salesman , fifteen cara experience
In retill trade. Address Van Can this oifico.
022 8' '
-A good waiter at M rritt's Kcs
WANTED Ilu7 Farnam ft. 7W-lir
WANTED Xeat ho so 7 or. 8 room * ( with
barn Drcfcrrou ) con\-cnlcnt ( o niw Courl
house , fainlb of ( our , nocmull chlidrun. AVtl
IC.MX If lunt la rci-nnnle. ! Ap'ily to J. * .
Cools , at new Court house , i 093-10
- a man an I wile , ntliuatloii ,
man as toachma-j , understands ticrsc" ,
nmluifeos liott.u-Uccper. Add ct > i "r. " IhU
ANTED 10 KENT A good houto Inado
W hablo location. II. 0. Coin ,
'OI-J ' It07 rarnam St.
\ TC7'AFTEDKitchen gUI at 205 S. I'th street
YOtJNa ifAN"Gernan ( ) wf hca a ] its tlon
as farm laborer , or to rale caret of t orecs
in the city. Address Hotel Oard , iltj. US7-t >
A at "O K"barbrs
porter : o
WANIKD 12th and Fninam et. IOS 10
' At Uman Shirt
A wcinin ns cook. A p'y at
WANTKD et near Uod c , next to Christian
Church. ore 10
TTTANTED Two gentlemen or nun and wife
YY to take nlco Jareo furnished room , wltl
or without board. Good location. Apply to W.
thl otllco. I 078-3
A good girl for general home
work ( n a unall lauilly. Gill at Atkln
ton's Millinery store 670-8
ANTED Olrl to do general housework In
W In a fanil y of two. Inquire at 1723 Doug ,
WANTED Girl fir general housework. Ap
ply at 25th > nd dt. Mary's Avenue. 0.
W. JIarnoy. CS5 12 *
ANTED Good airl at the Western Uou'-c ,
YY fierce near 19th St. OB2-8
- No. 1 brick moulder , one
tin' can mould and rl&p brick. No other
iced apply. Call ou or addrc8i J , r. Fiyn ,
Nor'nlK , r cb ap5-t01.\ved sat"
WANTKD-Girlahoiitllto do lighthouse
work , during the day only. Apply at lice
Basement In ex. fur board ,
WANTED benders too. 003 N. 17th ftrctt.
'ANTED D ningroam glrlattho Crcljhtoii
W ; House. 6U7-tf
TT7 ANTED A good girl at corner Hamilton
> V and 1'lcr eta. , thlrm'd addition , iloct
wagon given. fi3S-ti
ANTED Boardi-ru at tbo Oarlleld bocao ,
W N. W. comer 14th and Jackjrn Sts.
To sell a barber ( hop , pooj lo
cation , good business , untl5f.ic.tory reasons
f < -r solllni ; . Inquire at 117 S. 15th ( trcit , Omaha
Funding bridge and school bond ? ,
TI. T. Clark. IleUovue. 9fl-tf
4 children as boarders In a select
WANTED . nt Mtu uutl OxlUgrnla St. L. D
\TT7"ANTED 2 unfurnlthcd rooms for nunnnd
YY wife , inui-tbe moderato in price. Ad
drcjs II. , Bco oltlco. 207-tf
FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND.
RKNT Afurmshod room at Northwest
FOR of 18th und Faruam. 70S-14
RKNT-Furnlshod room , 010 lOtli bt. bet
ween California and Webiter. C34-II
HE T Two good room * for rent , corne
FOR and rarnam uia. Inimiio at Nludv
& Krollo'a llatttoro. 707-tf
ITiritNISIIKD Kooru. with board , K ' and
Jj bathroom , at 1718 Dodge at. U77-12
OEM 13 ronUhouBC'iJoti , farms , etores ,
J3 ropmj we. Olllceu 15th and DnaglM Eta
niO ItKNT Two unfurnished rm nnBiiltnblefor
A. light hoUio-Kevuing , at 2210 Capitol ute.
J. K. Holloway. 076-11"
IlKNT llandeumclyfurnlehed front room
EOU gentleman , moderate r nt. llcfirtnces.
A ) 1312 Uodga et. between 13th and 14th.
T UUNIHliEDHuOMS-For llitht house-keep-
Jj Ing 915 month. 221D CallfornU tt.
TTAOU ItE.NT first lloor ot a brick houiu In
J } exchange [ or a lilies board , COS north 17th
street. I'louantlr located. 02MI
KENT H n < S omely furnUhid piV'i
FOIl alcove room , 2013 U es nt. Cbti-tf
jiOH KENT Ono lurniniica room J7U3 " ,
F J Uu it. &S7-U
. t'ouse barn and Sicrcaof laud
FOH.UENT 16t.li and Howard. Ku ouo u'Mtl
rpOTl NT Ono Ijruo ( urnitl od roJm , with
J _ Inard , on Hrot tloor , outside eulrauco. It03
Callforcla tt , UC-lf
TfT yil hKR 1 Jt'ufjiUhud"cottage. . u room * .
i1 2210 California it. M t. halt. fJZMf
TjiUHNISIItU HOtfM ' 1O AfcrtT At SO O Ht
U Mar > ' < Avenue. jiOK
] 70U RENT N. E. } , Bcc. 6 , T , U , K. 11 , un-
t ? lmpiotvdloutlua ; county Und. 1 } miloi
rora K , K. ttatlon. lucpiiro ut illS Davenport
itrcet 123 tf
r.AUlt ltf.h"i' aioro loom in brick building , H.
1 } K. corner ICth and Cumlug. C , V Uood-
uan , ino t'arnb m St. 03f
KENT Purnuneu nun < vom , N. K. cor.
POll and J ck > on. t2-tf
Ut Nf furoiaaed roomi over jlo
chant'KxchDgeN.E. cor , 16th nd Dodg
RENT Nicely furnished room * with or
without boart. BcwonabU price * . 2011
TJ J10K SAI.F Oood hcu c , Ir quire t
JL' store corner 20th and Dougla ? . 711-11
| 710n SALE 20 lot * nc r Han com P rk , west
X1 of Vark Avenue , f4 0 lo 8000 each. Mc-
C.IRU cpp. Po'tofflci.071 tf
171 OK SAi U-Jly residence at hcvl of St.
.K Mary' Avthuo w.th let 74x140. William.
POR SUK A large Moral r & naumanninfe , .
jjcnd as now. Apply nt Western Ncwsps cr
Union llth and lion aid street. C7H-V.1
TT10H SALE- Three hauret noir U. P. depot ,
. Jj ran remain mgruund , andalso Up b pgy. .
Enquire at this cfBco. GSo-tf _
TTIOIt SALE E'ghty.flvo head of sheen. Kn-
JJ quire at firm o Tom Murray , ono mile-
onth of U. P. icpot , 53-10f
SALE A Rood store , dry Kon\t \
EOK shn 8 , groceries , etc. J , M. liter ,
OakUod , lona. 053-10
POR SAtiK Cheap one open buggy , tn-
qulrn of .1. K. sfaunder , at Hi cry stable
next door north City Hull C3Mf !
HAM : Itfciuoof 4 or G ro ms and cor
ner lot on 10th and Mason $1.000. AlcCsguo
opp , poslomce. 6H8-U
"T7UHY Thorouijlibrcd Jersey Hull No. 332
L1 "it. S. II. It. " , wlnm r of prlzo ut State.
Kalr. Hwnili tor portico tt Nebraska Poultry
Yards , West Omaha. Graham f. Urowne ,
77011 SALE 14 lots InN. W. put of city on
J } sightly Iccatlon. 92CO to S MO each , oa
monthly pij rncnU. llc'-nffuc , opp. pxtolllco.
Pull SALE Ono second hind 23 liarjo power
engine , ROCK ! M ncwal'O t o8 ho ei < owcr ,
and two IB horsepower engines , now. Dillers
ol a'l s'zo ' , rcw Inquire Onmhi Kourdrynn
Jlathlno Co.U , P lly , bet 17lh and 18ih omaha
"T710II 8AI.K Ilou'e thrco rooms ard hslt loton-
20th Eircct north of Crock , SOOOtni-h. Oiv
monlhly piincuts 81,000. Jalin li. Mc' 'itc ,
opposite peat illlco. 6.13-lf
BEMIS sols hoiisoi , loti , firmiani * . l J
Olllcc. ICth and LKMizlnSU.
1,1011 SAIiE Salooa stocic and fixtures nnd.
[ } lease Ki en , coed location. Enqulro ol L.
li. Epcmcr , northeast corner lllh nnd ilarney.
gt.l . 'C If
"TTVOll SALE FhttnTci of land on i mmdots
I1 cct , with Duo ri'HiUtiCC , barn mid othtr
finptovuaont . 1'rlco 82,600 ; terrhs cn y.
472-lf W. H. Dart ult , Heal httntc Agent.
n > Oll SALE A new lioufo and lot , 26th an < t
I" JDouglas St. Inquire to A. Bouman , _ 20th-
and Farnhani tts. 418-lm
HALE A lMa"o(8 ( orta\ct ) , in crccllcnti
FOR on ; very cheap. Inqulio auhlaclllcc.
I.AUlt a. LK fivoairoi i.f land , 2-etory frame
JD homo , bam2 nclls nnd other Improve
ment ? , cast cldo of Snundcri ftrcct , near Forb
Omaha. For partlcubra addicdi Gco. W. Ilrow-
tier. Oakland. Kcb. 401-lt
"JTIOIl SALE llonso with 0 rooms , barn and
JL Ion ? I > : a o ol lot on 15th SI. , bet Hurt and
Webster. Inquire at Edholm & Erlckson'ti.
SALE Car lo.ul of fit blnckcy mules
Foil . Apply ot J. W. oUnucr. Coin la ,
SALE 32 rwIilcT'co loij on and near 10th
Foil . V rice , $360 ID &fO i-ach. Torina
easy. llcCAGUE , ARcnt , Opp. Post Office.
SALE Bicycle , 48-Inch Standard Colum
bia. Apply Union Elevator. 203-tf
T GTS. 8100 each , $5 down and 95 per month
JU HEM1-3 , Agent.
uK31OtAUh hulS 8100 cacti ,
BEAUTIFUL S S5 per month. CEMIS , n cut ,
15th anil Douglaii 813.
T7 < 011 SALi : Or will cxeha n- for Omaha pro-
J. I Iperty , an Improved sec oa of land adjoin-
li-B a station on U. P. 11. U. M. DUNHAM , 1411
b'nniham St. , Omaha. 72CI Smt
RICK FOR CALN.
B 203-tf ESTAUEOOK ft COE.
Oj i A Pound * ) olcho co country butter for sale.
OLcheap ; also fiobh milk utciy day at
Ueal'd Giuccry btcre. corner Hth and Uodgo.
TR1CK FOR SALE-S12.00 ptrlOi/O.T. Murray.
ALEl ) HAY At A. II. Sander's Feed tttor
B 1018 Uarney Bt. glO-tf
TO PLASTEKEIli' Propo I * fjr plistorinsr
th * Ptclflc House , Tenth et. no.r I'aroii-
? art , will bo icco.ied by Gco. W. buy , 213 12th
itrott. e 5S *
YOU WANT your jard eoildcd , fit o blua
IN utASi. Leave orkors S. K. ai tiic 1'co office.
FOUND V California Magpie , last Sunc'ay.
Owner can line the fame by proving prop-
tr'y and pnyicg for this adierllscn ent Inquire-
U Juliiil I'rcll&chke 20haad Loaveuworth it.
r | .AILOII1NU Hunt emen'j clothing of all
J. kldnamaaoaud icpalrcd , next door oust
to BOB clllco 705 7 *
UMPLOUIEM' 1IUI ( AU Tenth
OMAHA near Farnam. Iluilncsi I ousen ,
Urmcrs and famlllcu i-an bu itipilkd v.ilh com
petent h'lp. Any gra ocf ciiiployincnt. Hall-
road anp Mining inutile on slioit i.otico F. D.
Nolle , Employ mciit Atcnt. 064im *
TO COXTKAOT011S ? t-al d pro-
NOTICE ' will bo received until 12 o'clock o.
in. , April 12th 16S2 , for matoflu.s , erection and
comptctlcn cf a thrio ttiry brUk , ith etono
lliiicmcnt , school hotistto bo e cu-cd on How-
ird street , Ijctucen Oih ard lOth otrtcts , On.aha ,
Sell I'lacs and tpccIdfiiioiH to lju tei'M at tto
; lllco of Dulrcno k ilcndcl-sohn. archltcctg.
I'ne right to rcjce : any or al b ds .8 ri.euned.
EMIS ; NKW CITY MAPS , 10a MouuKd
B Maps. $2.CO. OHO. P. KRM1S.
Clutter Jllack ei-p rnfpbcrrlci ,
MAMMOTH dozen , $2.10 per Immlml , 910.00
iwr thousand at 'idle-Wlldo Place. " 1 eave or-
Jcraut 14U Dodge Bt. John O. M 11118.
_ " _ _
ib"liUTCHER9AND STOCKMliN My cattla
T Br-aloj ure iigaln in perfect order. Call on
Mr , Vni Onnan at block jatds , 10th St. , bet.
Capitol avcnuo and Davcii'arc S > . Plenty of
> nrd room and Btibllng. Brl Rlit etravln halo
arbod-tlckg. K USTAlIKOOK.
O1ANU AMJOnUA.N Inairtiuion by Mlaa t
1. t ) . I-arail , ! * . SOlh St. . below Pierce. Ol-tf
ROOMS And first clasa table board , at 2011
CoMHt. _ nil Ini *
ItKNT Choice of 30 full lota to lease
SAVE Creighton College for ? . ! 5 per year.
Dexter L , Thomas & liro. , Room 8 , Creighton
HAGIBTER OF PALMY8TERY AND CONDI
riONALIUT , 433 Tenth Struet.botwecn Firnbum
ladllamoy. Will , with tna aid of guardian
pirits , obtain for any one * glance at tbo past
ind present , and on certain conditions In the fa
.uro. Uoota and Shoes uado to jrder , Perfeo
This powder neur T rlc . A marrel or pu
y. strength and l olewmenens. Jlore econp-
, lc l thin the ordinary kind. , and cannot b.
ild In conipelllloii with the multitude oflow
t.Bhortwtight , tlvin or phosphate powdirt.
S ld uily In uant. ROTilJDAKlKO Po VI * C ? , ,
IS W 'l ' SU , New YOlk
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