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8 TFTE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , APRiL 15 ,882
CHE DAILY BEE
SaturdfAV Morning April 16.
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( The following obBorriktlons nre taleen nt
he BAme moment ot time ftt all the sta
The lawni about town nre A bright
green with the now growth ol f rasa ,
The work of aodcUn ; Inwns It gulng
on nbont prlrate.roBldonoos eTo rywbere.
An nrmy cf men and teams h ot
work on the Farnani street Rr do which Is
proftrcselnt ; rapidly.
Jinnco Sclicrbvrnn elected treasurer of
the fire doparttnont nnd not Mr , Sbccly ,
M orroncouOy tinted by Tim lien.
Special Car No. 10 } came in on the
Denver train yesterday with Jilcsaru
.Nichols , Moreomau nnd Horace Newman
on board ,
Jackson wni buried ot midnight Thure.
day , it being deemed unwise to transfer
the body through the utrcets in the day
The vacant lot the corner of Otb and
Ilarnoy is occupied by the apparatus used
in laying down the Asphaltum nldowalk
about the Cozrons House.
"The Great Ropubllo" lo-nlght
at Eoyd'a Opera Home. Add your mite
toward the purchase of an illuminated
clock for the High School towor.
The demurrer in the great case of
McCrary vs. Oroighton , which ban been
argued before "tho district court in cham.
bora , has been taken under advisement.
Omaha city Mission Notice. The In-
dostrial gchool will be open to-day ,
thelCtb. 1'hcro will nlso bo Sabbath
school on Sunday , the loth , as usual , aa
all cause for being closed is now removed.
J. B. Jnrdine , t ranted.
The rcsidonta ip the vicinity of , Teller-
on Square are agitated over the fact that
it was yesterday heavily draped In monrn-
ing , for -which they could not account. It
turns out that a dyer In the vicinity was
only utilizing th'o fences for drying pur
poses , just as the city hall parties are on
wash day. It a pleasant way our people
have of ornamenting public places.
A party of a doren , Mormon mission
aries arlved in the city over the Union
PaclBo from Salt Lake la t evening. The
partyjwai en route east , presumably in the
Interests of polygamy , and with the object
of working up a sentiment , if possible ,
among the nnsu pecting favorable to that
practice. They took the 0. & N. W. for
The Omaha Hod Carriers Protective
Union will meet on Saturday evening ,
April 15th at 7:30 sharp , at the Bricklayers -
layers hall , Martin's block , corner of l th
-and Douglas utro'U. All bed carriers and
mortar makers nro requested to attend.
, The bricklayers and plasterers ore respect
fully invited to attend. By order of com
Haverly's Strategists will be here on
the 24th inst. at Boyd'a , and at the
Bluffs April 22d. Prank McKeo. their
adranco agent , was in city yesterday and
iu de a pleasant call at Tim Bun office.
He say the company has been greatly
ntrertgth ( > rjod and will glvo the people a
finder ahoy than ever.
A patty of young follows who had not
Rotten ovorthelr enjoyment of fun , Thurs
day went to charivari a newly married
couple at Fifteenth and California streets.
Thjy were hospitably entertained on wind
pudding and pol.'cemou bn the half shell a
la telephone , for about three hour * . They
desire'io express helr thanks through Tun
BKK for the hospitable treatment received
It li now proposed to tunnel under
the U. P. tracks on 13th street Instead of
building a viaduct over them at llth.
The estimated coafof ouch a tunnel i $8-
000. This will involve dimply continuing
thelgrado outh on the slope which It lias
at the alley between Jonea and Leaven-
worth streets to a point between Leaven-
worth and Marcy streets ; carrying the
etreet from that point to a level for about
fifty feet to a point south ol the track ,
aadthen by a gradual rise of about seven
set In one hundred , reaching the present
established grade between Mason and 1'a.
iHo street * . _
PERSONA ! . .
McShane went to Lincoln ye -
Con. Grover , sheriff of Lincoln county
called at TUB Baa office yeeterday.
Col. D. B. Ball , deputy UnlUd
Htates ininholl , came la on the Denver
train yesterday .from . his ranche ,
Hon. W. H. Munjje'r , of Premont ,
ameln this morning and returned at
Major N. Baldwlo , formerly port
tMwUr it Camp Btainbtueb , Ia In the city
on liuilnees ,
O. G.-Kddy , Keneral freight agent of
theO. tN.W. railway , % vas In the city
M. II. Llpmau , a prominent Gentile
aerchant of Halt Lake City , iioaaed
f through * O iaha yetenlay , from a
two months' trip to the east. Mr. Liptnon
is among the 'fpremobt wen of "Utah in
enterprise aud butineui ability.
Mm. Julius Leper , who with iier hun-
baud has been engaged in missionary work
At Yokabaoii , Japan , has returned after
nine year' * absence , and b now visiting
ter brother , Ww. II , MorrUen , of thl
! ty. She joteudi in the course of A wetli
, to. go to her old hem In New Jersey , Jler
hu bap4 expect * to rUein'to'tb'w oonoWy
/B about * year ,
Mortgaging the Missouri Pacl
flo in the Millions.
Activity Among the Omaha
Roolamation of the Bandlota
for Railroad ParpoaRB.
Mlacollnnooua Nowa from the Iron
The Urgent mortqugo recently Illod
in the oilioo of the county clerk ol
Douglaa county was that recorded by
Mr. John Untimer nt 2 p. m. yeslor-
day , being the guppleinontnry mort-
gigo of the Mlsaiouri Pucilio railroad
company to John F. Dillon ot al. , for
the sum ol § 20,184,000.
The propurty of the Missouri Pacific
railway company was mortgaged to
Dillon iu Novmnbor , 1880 , for $30-
000,000 ; for the purpose of appointing
E. D. Adams company trustuo , n aup-
plomontary mortgaqo uaa issued in
Ddcomber , 1880. By this mortago
bonds npgroxating 8 0,184,000 were
issued for the purposes therein upcci-
liod. The remainder of the bouds ,
$9,810,000 , wnru to bo leaned from
time to time as required. The Mia-
aouri Pacilic , in conformity with the
law , hna einco purclmecd tliu rightn ,
property nnd fruncluRcs of the Mis
souri Pacific railway of Kansan nnd
the Missouri P.xcilio railway of No
branka , 147 mil 'a ' in nil.
Tina lout Rupplumunlnl mortgogo is
Issued to aocuro the p.iymont of the
bonds flrnt montitmod , nnd convoys to
John F. Billon nnd Edward D. Adams ,
subject to the conditions therein
nnmcd , the railway belonging to the
Missouri PaciOo railway company , extending -
tending from a point in Atchison
county. Kansas , into nnd through Ne
braska , passing through the counties
of Richardson , Nomaha , Otoo , and
Oasa , to Pftpillion , in Barpv county ,
147 miles , including the right
of way , depots , depot grounds , tracks ,
station houses' , engine houses , wood
houses , work houses , machine shops
nnd nil locomotives , tenders , cars nnd
other rolling stock or equipments ,
nnd all rails , ties , chains , machinery ,
tools nnd other implements , now held
or hereafter to bo acquired , and nil
franchises , connected with said rail
road or branches , nil rights ,
poworn , immunities nnd exemptions ,
of every kind nnd nil
ostnto right , titlt interest , property
possession claim nnd demand what
ever. This mortgage is signed by
Jny Gould , president , nnd A , H.
Daiof , secretary , nnd is dated March
3th , 1882. Five copies or counter
parts hnvo been made , ono being filed
in each county through which the road
The gentleman having the mortgage
n charge stated that it had bocn tiled
n all the ether counties , this being
; ho lost ono. It was recorded nt
Papillion at 7 a. m. and in Omaha at
2 p. nil
l'TIIH MI8800RI PACIFIC.
It Is expected that the gap from
Springfield north to a junction with
the Union PaciQo will bo completed
by the , lGth and the gap between
Avoca and Dunbar closed by the same
; imo by the party from the south , and
by the 25th through trains will bo
running from Hiawatha , Kansas , to
TIIH UNION UIU'OT.
In this connection it is appropriate
; o mention the fact that in. all proba-
aility a big attempt will bo made to
ocato the now Union depot nt the
Seventeenth street crossing of the U.
P. tracks , This is the location named
as the site for a depot for the Union
Pacific , Missouri Pacific and "Wabash
and the fnct that a well
known firm , who stnnd in with the
monopolies in general principles nnd
aianutncturo soft soap for a living are
buying up all the property they can
get iu that neighborhood , paying
52,500 a tow days ngo for a couple of
lota that except in such a contingency
would bo dear at that price , apparently
confirms the rumor.
A yUTUHB IIKFOIIH JLT.
Thb activity on the river Hat , about
the old powder house , is nt present
very great. Almost any time a lot of
engines may be soon moving about on
the sand ridge like great beetles , nnd a
steam shovel is cutting out sand
which is hauled nway for grading nnd
filling. It is behoved that this
hitherto despised tract of land which
the rivorotolo from Iowa nnd gave to
Nebraska , will cut a big figure m the
future railroad history of the city. A
portion of it is new above higli water
mark , nnd it could bo graded to
make jt all BO , It iu a great
plain bf sand , which would furnish
space for railroad shops , tracks , etc. ,
for a contary to camo. Unlike the
land below it , it is not n bed of quick
sand , but is euid to bo underlaid by a
stratum of rack which has been known
to come in sight in the rivet bed at
time of low water. It is believed that
when a now brldgo is built across the
Missouri river this will bo the site
chosen , as it would ovoid the enor
mous expense of sinking caissons , as
WRS fonn for the U. P. bridge , and
would admit of stone piers and abutments
monts which would rest on a founda
tion as solid aa the earth itself. The
natural course of events is loading to
the reclamation of these flats , as the
accretions on the west bank are filling
it up a few foot each year , and their
result n now quite perceptible to the
An oxohanoo says : "It is generally
behoved that the rumors regarding the
acquisition of a controlling interest in
thojunnmbal & St. Joe by the Chicago
cage , Hurliugton & Quincy railroad
company are based upon facts. It has
long boon known that the Burlington
was anxious to secure this property ,
aud it would liavo purchased it beloro
now but for the high price nt which it
was held. But , expensive as the
property is" , the Burlington could not
afford to allow the road , to fall into
the hands of any of its rivals , Not
only has Gould been
Jay trying to se
cure control of the properly , but the
Chicago , Hock Island < fe Pacific is also
aid to have'an eye on it. The Hail
nib l&StJ9oUthe natural exten-
Ion of the Burlington to Kansas City
an I MiMotiri rivet polnU and de
prived of it the latter would bo compelled
polled to take all its business
to St. Joe , Atchiaon , Leavcnworth
and Kansas City via Creston nnd the
Kansas City , St. Joe & Council
Bluff * , which is rather a roundabout
route. The Burlington might have
secured another good Kansas City
route bv extending the Burlbijton tt
Southwestern to the Missouri river ,
but this nl > would not ha\o boon ns
direct nnd good a route an by the
Hannibal A St. Joo. With the Hannibal -
nibal it St. Joe nnd Kansas City , St.
Joe A Council Bluffs in its possession
the Burlington will control the best
terminal facilities nt nil the Missouri
river points , and defy all competition
on Missouri river business. This
purchase will also add greatly to the
TBluo of its new line from Chicago
nnd Kansas City to Denver. The
Burlington has now a traffic arrange
ment with the Hannibal & St. Joe ,
and runs its Kansas City trains via
An order issued April 1st , irtstrucjs
all U. P. ongincora to cover tluir
headlights while standing on a siding ,
with the drop curtain furnished for
thnt purpose , nnd not to uncover them
until they nro ready to tnko the mam
The noon train west yesterday
consisted of nine cars , nil well filled.
t ! The Hnilroadcr is the nnrao of n
live nnd spicy railroad journal , which
linn n big subscription nmong the boys
hero. It is published in Toledo , 0. ,
nnd has ono hundred thousand circu
lation in the United States.
"Old PAD" Junk , a Union Pacific
engineer who is greatly esteemed by
all the boys , nnd who is ono of the
finest men that ever trod a footboard ,
left Thursday for Silt Lake City , in
charge of a now engine , No. D4. for
the southern extension of the Utah
Control railroad company. Ho w
bo absent A week or ton days ,
The union elevators are now load
ing out two hundred and fifty cars of
grain to go cast via the Wabash.
The U. P. is putting in a sewer on
Ninth street , to drain that locality.
The White Load works in the last
week sent four cars of their manufac
ture to San Francisco.
The importation of agricultural im
plements at present is very heavy , and
the following have been received this
month : Ltningor & Motcalf , agricul
tural implement company , ono car per
dny ; Ilainoa Bros. , , ton curs in all ; F.
D. Cooper , five cars ; Manning & Hiss ,
eight cars ; W. J. Kennedy , thrcocars ;
Parker & Bowers , seven cars.
The gas works is receiving its sup
ply of coal on a fifty carload contract
ay the B. & H. and Plattsmouth.
The U. P. handles each car , switching
it to place , at $1.00 per car. The gas
company find that they save money
jy tnia route , aiid the U. P. loses a
landsomo sum by their exhorbitant
Freight business is picking up
rapidly in the U. P.
The Omaha fertilizing works sent a
car load of the fertilizer to Chicago
yesterday via the Rock Island.
A car of bones was yesterday for
warded by Harris & Fisher to Mil
waukee , by the Omaha and St. Paul
Four cars emigrants wont west on
No. 7 , U. P. , yesterday These trains
pick up a largo number daily from
Valley , Grand Island and Kearney.
A car of emigrants up over the St.
Joe & Western road was taken on by
traia No. 7 at Grand Island yester
Boyd is receiving ten cars of hogs
per tlay at his packing house over the
U. P. , and Schallor three cars per
The smelting works averages five
cars of bar lead per day for shipment
east beside what they furnish to the
white load works nnd shot tower com
pany , both of whom are supplied
Every pound of castings used in
Pnxton & Gallagher's now Tenth
street warehouse ia hauled there by
the U. P. from the Omaha foundry
and iron works , where some fine
work is being turned out. This ia n
feather in the cap of homo industries ,
nnd an inspection of their work shows
it to bo first-class ,
U. S. COURT.
Tbo Now Court Room- The May
Term , Etc.
The Mny term of the United States
court , beginning oil the first Monday ,
which is the first dny of the month ,
convenes two weeks from next Mon
The work of changing the court
room was completed yesteaday , nndji
BKK reporter , in company with Deputy
United States Marshal Moody , took n
look nt it in ita now and greatly im
It will bo remembered that the
iudg-o'a seat and the clerk's desk for
merly occupied the south oiuo of the
room , facing the dooi , through which
the constant moving of persona was a
grout source of annoyance to the
court. The light , too , was poor , and
the general arrangement bad.
Now all is changed , and while not
a single new item has boon added , it
looks like a now room , The rostrum
is on the west side of the room , so
that the light from the windows falls
across the books to the beat advantage
from the two largo windows. The
clerk's desk is mounted on castors
and placed on a level with the ilnor ,
so thai ho may conversu with attor
neys or others without attracting the
attention of the court , and can move
his desk to thu right or loft to secure
the best light. The railing enclosing
the space set aside for the attorneys
runs across the middle of the room
from south to north and encloses the
door to Iho grand jury room , while
the seats for outsiders are all directly
lacing the judge , and the entrance to
them at his left ,
The jury box is raised slightly
above the llqor , and is at the judge's
right hand with the witneh stand ,
also elevated , between them. Thu
same old carpet has been put down ,
but looks as good as now , The room
inside the bar b increased , and the
whole appoarauoo of the room greatly
improved. The addition of a now
carpet , which will bo made after July
1st , with a complete renovation of the
room will make it as comfortable as
the moat fastidious could desire.
fain , Irritation , reteutlon.lneontlnenc * ,
AepowU. gravel , t . , cuml by "Uuchupa-
M , " M , U v > at O. IT , GoodmanV
" REPUBLIC. "
"THB QBEAT .
An Exceedingly Interesting Kntep
talnmont nt the Oporo HOUBO.
Last evening n good nizod nudionco
witnessed the first presentation cf
Prof. J. M. Hagor's "Al tgory" at
Boyd'a Opera house , in which several
hundred children connected with the
public schools took part. The performance
formanco ran with commendable
smoothness , and wan most favorably
rcceiveJ. The many varied phases
of the Allegory , succeeding each other
without delay or the slightest con
fusion , held the interest of the spnc
tntors to the end , nnd the frequent
cordial applause incited the youthful
performers to do their best. Prof.
Hagnr's ability in handling 1,200
pupils was most siicnnlly shown.
The quick intelligence nnd talent of
the pupils in our public schools had
much to do with the oucccss of the
Allegory. In music , declamation ,
marching , and tableaux , they re
sponded nt once to every call. Some
of UiQ living pictures wore unusually
difficult , but the young amateur nr-
tiats executed them with case after n
very few rehearsals. Wo can hardly
spare the room for the many names ,
but the cast of the Allegory would not
bo complete without every ono of
It ia pardonable , however , to men
tion especially Miss Eva Lowe , who
took the part of the "Goddess of Lib
erty. " It is seldom that a young lady
who appears ns an amateur is no soil-
possessed , graceful and plenaing in
every wny , * s was Miss Lowe in this
rolo. These who did not know
her supposed that she bad ap
peared with Professor linger be
fore and certainly she acquitted
herself in a manner thnt would hnvo
done credit to n professional. Her
dignity of carriage , ease , _ self-posses
sion and perfect enunciation mark
her as a young lady of great natural
talent in the histrionic lino.
Misn Clara Pierce , the young
pianist , is a prodigy. Her playing
was singularly accurate and not a
single break was noticed during
all the long evening. The childish
iiguro at the piano was all that would
have indicated thnt other than an ex
perienced player was handling the
The chorus -was fine , aud in fact the
"Allegory" is a rarely merotorioua en
tertainment , and ono that deserves
the patronage of every parent in
Omaha. It will bo repeated in
matinee this afternoon and again this
evening , and on both occasions a
crowded house should greet it.
A FEARFUL FAILURE.
It Outs In'on an Omaha Firm Among
The following from the Schuylor
Sun of recent date interests some of
our Omaha people : "Interest in the
failure of John Miller , mentioned
last week , continues unabated. Sev
eral of the creditors liavo bocn repre
sented hero during the wool : . So far
ai heard from Tootle & Maul , - wholesale
sale dry goods dealers , Omaha , are
the largest creditors , represent
ing something like $2,500. May
Bros. , of Fremont , are a close second
with 1,700. One of the assignees
has heard from Miller , and it is said
has written advising him to return
and accept a proposition of the cred
itors to resume. Some of the largo
creditors would bo glad to have him
return and enable them to get out ,
but unless nflairs nro in better shape
than reports indicate , there is very
little' probability of his doing so or of
his succeeding it ho did. The in
ventory is not yet complete. On Mon
day night it footed BO far as computed
$11,000. This included all of the
stock excepting dry goods , notions
nnd furnishing goods. These depart
ments , it is safe to say , will contribute
an additional5,000 , mnkincr the total
stock at least $10,000. The actual
amount of outstanding accounts ,
notes , etc. , is not known , as the safe
containing the books has not boon
opened smco Miller loft. Thojo
acquainted with the affairs of the con
cern estimate them at $5,000. There
is a fntr indication that the ussots will
bo not leia than $2,000. "
Tbo lllnman-Hiiro Suit.
A dispatch from Now York to-day
says that the jury'in the cose of Rev.
S. J ) . Hinman va. Bishop \Vm. M.
Hare gave a verdict for the plaintiff ,
fixing damages at $10,000. This is
the case in which 'Euro , who is mis
sionary biahop of Dakota , charged
Hinman with gross immorality with
Indian women. The trial has occu
pied the attention of the nupremo
court from the beginning of the March
term. The news that Mr. Hinman
has boon vindicated will bo hailed
with joy by his numerous trionda in
the Episcopal church in this city.
At a meeting of the B. & M. Ath
letic club , held last evening , it was
resolved , after considerable discussion ,
that members of the association could
invite such frienda as they desired not
connected with the B , & M. railroad
to participate in their uthlotic exer
cises , nnd it wan agreed that a limited
number will bo taken in as members.
Mr. A. W , Baxo having resigned the
secretaryship , Mr. W. A. Higgins
was unanimously elected in hia place.
The club lias every roaaonjto congratu
late itself on having selected so
worthy a secretary.
The next mooting of the club takes
place on Monday evening next , April
17th , at the club rooms in Turner
hall , ween all members nre requested
Pollco Court Polnta ,
George Grooms , arrested for dis
turbing the peace , was fined ilvo dol-
IMS and coats yesterday which ho
Mike Oollin , a mean devil , was ar
rested for intoxication , and it was
necessary to u o the nippers to get
him in jaij. After this ho turned
looao and broke dawn a. portion of the
partition , and robbed a fellow prisoner
of ninety cent * . Oollin had a. foot
that was a sight to see , being rotten
with some disease. The judge sent
him up for twenty days on bread and
water diet , nnd this gives him the
frco attendance of the county physi
cian which ho certainly needs.
Mrs. Peterson , who was arrested
for intoxication , was found to bo so
far advanced in pregnancy that the
judge discharged her. She is an old
The case of Shepard vs. O'Connoll ,
for assault , came up , several witnesses
appeariiiK on both sides. O'Connoll's '
story is that Shepatd is an old soak
and that ho made the first assault.
Ho says ho borrowed n brace of him
sometime ago which ho subsequently
returned. Since that whenever Shepard -
ard got full ho would come
and _ ask for his brace , an
noying O'Connell a good deal.
Thursday afternoon the latter VM
nt work in his hack yard when the old
carpenter came up to the alloy fence ,
by which ho was nt wcrk , nnd nfter
Bomo rough conversation atsaulted
him with a knife nud cane , cutting
him on the finger with ono nnd knock
ing him down with the othor. As ho
fell ho acizcd the first thing ho came
across nnd whaled nway at him. It
was n brick nnd Shophnrd wont to
grass. O'Connell shows the scars ho
The Young Men'a Christian nsaooN-
tion doca not only n religious work , but
uses many agencies for the mental nnd
physical Improvement of young men.
Last evening Dr. W. S. Gibbi gave the
members and friends of the association n
very interesting lecture on "Nutrition , "
which was highly appreciated. Others
will soon follow ,
FOUSD Floating down the river a
rait of fifty or sixty cottonwood logs.
For information cnll ntTiiEBBB office.
Everybody who contemplates pur
chasing FuitNiTtmi : will find it to
their own interest to inspect the im
mense stock nt the store of CIIAS.
SniVEitiCK , who unquestionably has
the finest assortment of VUIINITCKG ,
etc. , from the beat manufacturers and
the newest styles , nnd ALWAYS HAKES
LOWKII PKICES than any other FORNI-
TUIIE dealer in Nobaosku.
CIIAS. SnivERinK ,
1200 , 1108 and 1210 Farnam St.
Bits of Thought.
"Bits of Thought" jis the subject
chosen by Mr. J. S. Shropshire in his
( the Inst ) lecture in the Unity lyceum
couso this evening nt the Unitarian
church. This course of lectures ,
given under the auspices of the society
and dating from the early part of the
winter , has been of a highly instruc
tive and interesting character , and it
is expected thnt the address this evening -
ing will bo no exception to the rule
which has held good from the first.
Mr. Shropshire lectured before the
society about a year ago , nnd those
who hoard him on that occasion need
not bo told how entertaining ho will
be with hia "Bits of Thought" to-
A , IX MORSE
has this day marked down 1,000 PAIR
Children's colored ( BUFF AND PEAIIL )
front lace and button shoos , sizes 1 to
115 pair Ladies' serge front lace 75
cents worth $1.50 to $2.50 , but nro
slightly ship worn and must bo sold.
55 pair Ladies' very fine hand turned
serge front lace and button at $2.50 ,
former price , and worth $4.50.
37 pair Misses' French kid side lace
and button , slightly shop worn , at the
very low price of $2.00 , worth $4.50.
The above are worth looking after
by all wanting shoes at the cheapest
Ono Price Shoo Store in Omaha , 14th
nnd Farnam , A. D. Morse.
See the tic. Buttons at the ' 'Boston
Store. " nprl2.2fc
California Pitted Plums 20ct . per
pound. California Apricots -'Dots.
per pound , nt
npr3-3t WM. GENELEMAN'H'
SWEET , HWKET SURPRISES KOB.
W. M. BUSHMAN'S CUSTOMERS
13Ydo. Lonsdnlo Muslin $100
13 Fruit bf Loom Muslin. . 1 00
1C " Heavy Brown Muslin. . 100
20 Pairs Ladies' Hose 1 00
12 " " Fancy Hose. . . . 100
4 Yds. Table Linen 1 00
10 " Best Cretonnes 100
12 " Choice Dress Goods. . . . 100
10 " Batter Dross Goods 100
Wo are also offering a double-width
Dress Goods at 15c per yard which
undoubtedly is the best intrinsic value
over offered in Omaha. Wo mean
what wo say when wo advertise , nnd
shall from time to time offer many
goods for loss than any other house in
the city. Our expenses , according to
the amount of goods sold , are less
than these of nny othor. Wo moan
business. W. M. BUSUMAN.
Latest Novelties in Silver nnd
Platowiiro , just received , at Patter
son's Jewelry and Picture Store ,
Creighton block. apr4-2t
YOU SHOULD SEE
the White Swan Shirt , unlaundriod ,
for sale only by Wiig & VTestborg ,
cor. 10th nud Jackson streets.
The annual meeting of Mt. Calvaay
Oomnundery No. 1 , K. T. , will be
held this ( Friday ; evening at the nay
lum , for the election of officers for the
ensuing year , and such other business
as may come before it ,
By order of JAMES S. FRANCE ,
HAKLAN P. DBTAION , Recorder.
Fresh Butter and Eggs at Wm ,
BEAUTIFUL LACE AND SHAWL
With gold fronts ; in wear and appear
ance oa good as eolid at one-fifth the
price , at A. B. HUBERMANN'S ,
corner Thirteenth and Douglas ,
A fine discriminating Tea and Java
Coffee trade can find satisfaction at
WOULD not b without Keddln 's Ituiulu
Balro , U the verdict of all who ns * it.
1'rlc * 35c.
NOTICE Advertisement To Loan , For Bale ,
test , Found , Wank , Boardlne. &c. . will bo In-
si M In these column ) cnco for T12 * CENTS
per line j each mibecriueBl Insertion , Fl VECKNTH
per line. The flmt Insertion never lem thin
TWKNTY.FtVE nilVT *
TO LOAfl M0fth
M' ONKY ' TO LOAN Call at L w Ulnce of D.
U Thomas lioctn S Crelrhton Block.
° LOAK At b per ccnttn
tcrest In iwanjol J2 , 00 and
upwards , for S to 6 years , on Brtt-ilaaa city and
farm property. B uis KRAI TUTATI and LOA
AOIWCT. Uth mill Donrlcs Ct < -
"VTITANTCD- flrst-cass nun In n Detail gro.
c ry store ; [ rood rcfctcncc-i required : nvst
bo well acquainted with the city trade. pnly nt
111 lOUi strut.
- good ulrli fr general
WANTED-Fcur F. I ) . Nolle , Kuiplotment
Agent 10th st near Faraam. 787-25 *
- gardener and firmer with
WANTED-A ccs can find stoidy employ-
nicnt by calling at SoloiLon's P-kln. nnd Oil
JIousolWI mrnim drcct. 78J-tf
AN 1 ED 10 girls for general lousjwork.
W II. iUnnwo ler , Enip'ojruicnt set llth
trcct , near lYrnaai. 071-16 *
Frst-c.l hrlck burner , and one
WANTED . 11. Mannwclter , tmploymcnl
Ajt. llth street near Fainatn. 7CS-H *
WANTED Job printer , rr Jiung man who
understand Job pri-or-wcr * . 0u tmre
soodclt > situ.itlon by iallti ! < at 1UX. 14 h * t.
A geedcompfuntglrl for I er-
or.xl hOHcwcrk. 4la N. SUt ! st. betwicn
Cass ind Chicago. 774-16) )
VTTANTKD Coat makers , nt J. C. Vapors.
WASTED Tno flrvt-clasa T liners laimcd- !
ntclytonork n the shop cf ih3a. lluetto
& Son , Freucnt , Neb. 75C-15) )
An expciltnccd Shirt till Over
all cutter. Apply Collator , nt & Cole ,
130r Futnam St. 7G2-15
W ANTCD Olrl fer Kurcrnl bou"-oo.'k. II.
Munnwc.lcr , llth ( trcet near FI IMIII.
WANTED Competentctrl fcrcnornl houso.
work. Jill t bo n gocd cook Mr * . U.
Roger' , corner 10th and I lurcuworth strrctr.
WANTEU-OlrUboutmo do life-lit house
work , during the day only. Apply at Boa
olllce. < ! 24-tf
I ANTED Dining room ylrUttho Crclghton
WANTED Situation tj a dry Roods clerk.
Good city references. IBwilling to work
on small salary. tU No'tc , Kutpioymcnt
Afcnt , 10th street near Famam. 7SO-15 *
WANTED Emplojmcnt for six good farm
hands. T. D. Xoltc , Euip'o ) rncnt Agent ,
10th struct near Farnam. 788-16'
) A situation as clerk in any mercantile
cantile etoro. Hcfcrcncctj given. Address
11. S. 11. , JIco olflco. 7Sl-17t
rjnUATION IVANTED By a jouiff man
O to nork in a storu. F D. Molto'Km-
pToyniont Agt. lOthstrcctncarFarnarn. 778-14'
\T7ANTED By a younj Dane , who speaks
VV German aud Ln Hsh , a po9tiii > Iu any
buslncfs hou-e. > 'e U uuotwor.j yand dillgeht.
Address I. . Bccofflce. 771-lSt
Hy n y.mn man of itctui halilts
WANTiSU goadr fercuccs , prs.tlon l.i a u'cro.
14 net ofrald to work. Fnqu'ro ' ottthrotcr &
Bccht , cue door north tf Boya'n # pcr.i House.
WAhTED Kmp'.ojmtnt by ayouapr man In
vhu'eaalc etore. II , Xn.uiniiler , Em
ployment Anl. llth ttrcotnoar Farnara. 7C211 *
Of.7 ANi ED Situation bv a youn < man In cro-
vV eery store. 11. Maimncller , tmpioy-
raeutAg nl , IHh street near Farnaui. 76U-14t
\17ANTED-A buggy and carriato painter for
"V good town'In cjuntry. , Shady work.
Apply to Do an& Tangwertby. TOO-IS *
WANTED To rent by gentleman and nlfo ,
two unfurnished rooms , or irnall hcu'o
In convetlcnt locality. Addrnts U. F llaier ,
P. O. Box 024. . 7E9-15'
Furnlfthed rooms with board for
a young married couple : good location ;
prt > ate family preferred. Address 0. X. , lice
W ANTED A loan of 8EOO on good wcurltv.
Addicss K. S. Bee otlicf. 779-24 >
ANTED Tc Km' , homo convenient "to
W ) minces. U. U. COLK ,
753-15 1S07 Farnam St.
2 unfurnished rooms for man and
WANTED must bo moderate iu prlcn. Ad
dress H. , Bco oflico. 207-tf
Boarders at the Garfield hoese ,
WANTED corner 14th and Jack n 8ta.
To sell a barber shop , ( rood location -
WANTED , peed business , BatUUctory reasons
f r ecllliL' . Inquire at 117b. 16th btrcU. Omaha
tT7"ANTED 4 children M boarders In anekct
YV school , At 10th and California St. L. B.
Funding bridge and school bonds.
H.T. Clark , BeUovuo. 0-11
FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND.
TjlO P. RENT New cottngc ; fl TOOTS , No. 079
Center btrcct. fi. T. I'etrrsun , Heal KsUU
Agent , U > th and Douglas street. 782-tt
mo RENT Furnished nd unfu" hhcd roonin ,
_ L reasonable prlco , alec room < for housekeep
ing. Apply at s oie 1111 DouglfS tt , N. J. .
1'rttt. 767-11) )
BENT--Ono fuinlohcd room for gentle
man , $12'pirmoiith. inquire 16W Dodge
. REN I Furnished loom K. W. c rnsr
16th snd U award tt. 740-lf
.lUll ItBMl'Ulll.o'lU Jltvuu , .tw .
J ' 758-tf
OR KKNT Furniilicd room corner lotli and
F Doutlas. 730 tf
Kf.MsKH'cn (10) ) acres uf choice land
01OU Saunders ttrcet , for gardening piiipobcu
Itssthan two utUaucm Pobtotlie.
DAVIA A SNYDrii ,
733-16 1605 1 aruamSt.
1WO NIQFLY FURNISHED R0 ( HS-Ono
T door noitn ct Do ge on 18th tt. 717-16
17011 * REN f Furnished room , 610 19th tt. bet-
JM ween California and \Ytbster. 634-tf
T OK REtiT Two good rooms for reft , corner
h 13tb and Farnam sti , Inquire at Nlndel
b Krelle's Uat store. 707-tf
RENT I'ouse barn and 3 sere * of laud
FOR 10th and lloward. Etyonu UJNlel
mOKrNT One Urge fnrnM cd room , with
X bisrd , ou flist floor , outside euirance. 1MI8
California st , H5-tf
toii ithM . t.i.ctc.e'j.i6 , u.11 , uu-
1 } Improved Doaglai county land. 1J mile *
from K , 11 , station. Inquire ut 2118 Davenport
1011 MENT Furnaneu uou loom , N. K , coi
1 Btb and Jackson. 8S-
jUKh'i' x loimsuea room , av ir ju
FOtt ' Ex change , N. K. oor. IBth and Dad }
itreoM. . W-tt
TTIOK HKNT Nicely rurnlslied looms with o >
1 } without board. Reasonable price *
TA R BALK Hotel [ m a good jowa town , at
l < a bargain , il. UannMcllcr , Real Eilo-.e
Agt. llth st.ect near Fatiiam. 7UMf
OH BALK Cheap team wao < find harncsa
ICia South Wtn street , t ) . II. Willli.
OaK 1'OSTd FOU SALE At Red-
2000 man's on ICIh tt , 7b3-2i *
1710It SALE At a bar aln. ( hone pharton s nd
J } barn-si. Phietcminuhrruem marly now.
The horn U 7 years old , Kentucky brtd , splendid
roadster , SJimd and perfectly gentle , tnoulro
at 1S18 Farnam street. 791-18'
Jiouw and l.li ictn r * . . H. K.
FtfiHAUK and Lake street * . 11000 on
mootbY p * > m ota. fOOO li lfe b , balanc on
I IBM. W C4fU Off. potWBit * . 768-19
BALE A nh milch onwand cat.
FOR .u'.re HVtiiy City , louth IBth street
\VhllcLcadWorks T644 |
TTIOIt FALD Good pory , l.jqulteat Drojr re
JJ corner 10th and Uouglis. 7UB-U
One Thourou h-brel Jr < nj ocw
BORSALR T. J. BKABA.
SAtE Thrco peed bugzy horsm b'oo-1
FJU stock , 4 , 5 , and 7 > < r < old , J-o 2.S hatd
rattle for silo chsap. luqtilri nt EdhOra tt
Erlekron. J. VICXUIBUBO ,
FOIt BALE \Vllg' Reittmant-'The Frtnoh
OofToo HtuM" X.i fi20 Trnth tnet , dolnr
a builncsi of from 912,000 to f 15,000 per unriro.
Oill ar write to the nbove cumber or lo\VIIft
M'estbcrg's cointr iOth and Jickson slrce' * .
EORljALE A two. c l < xl bngty , ca ly utw ,
alv ) one No. 2 KnowIeK Steam Pump. En
quire J. Klriitt'i ) llirbcr shop , cor. ISth and
EWll BAIiIT Team t f ponle * , hrn-f 11 nd bnirpy
at Dlllrtnivi tte o diablts , 210 10th roec
Tloll MAU'lf ) * RENT A two"(2)'Btory'frame )
TTlOUBAt.E Hvti oond ot , hou 2fl SO lm >
J' story , good ccllsr summer kltiher , > > !
short , hlcken hcu e Mid Ur ccls'crn ; g ofense
nnd nldtwtlk , good location , oaly * l.frO. U.
FuJIuian , 4th mid Dorcas. TCO-18) )
FOR HAf B Mnsll h u o and lot , rth st.
between Farnam nnd D ujlas ns.tii
b'ocks from the Opciu uocsc. Innu re at 'he
houee of Jaints Cornluj. 731-17 *
FOU RAI.K Oil I KNT-FUo (6) ( ) acnsof nleo
land with dwclllnir , ctj. , nn Rhcnmin AT-
onue. near BU o F.Mr Ground * ; ono of the bed
locations in thoclly formirkct garden.
DAVH UNt m ,
740-15 IMi Farimm 8t.
FIKNtTUUEFORSAI.F < ain | > - .
mlle cf Parlor Funl.urn , 12 feit uten-
n on / In ng tiblc , din ng ilmr , lei Utobtn
furniture , nr.d other artlilis all new. 9013 C S3
stre.t , ,2Mf
YjlOR SALE- Cheap DcBirab e lot on Cull.
1 } fornlastreot , trontngo 132 ftet , depth 6C
feet ; will divide. K. K. llayden. ! 215
17OH SALE 20 lots ncr IFanscom I'ult , west
JL1 ot Park \ \ cnue. flt.0 to .1300 each. U -
C guo cpp. Po3tolDc . H71.tr
" [ TIOR MALli IIouso ol4or6 rormb and cor-
JL ? ner lot on 19th and Mason tl.COO. UcOague
opp , poatolHco. tSS-tf
T71U11Y Thoroui-hbrcd Jersey Bull No. 836
.L1 "il. 8. II. B. " , winner J prlio at State
Fair. Stands for service vt Nabnuk'n Poultry
Yards , West Omuba. Qraham f. Browne ,
T710R SAL > > -14 loU In N. W. part of city on
JL sightly location. $2CO to fiM each , oa
monthly payments. llcCague , opp. postolllce.
FOR RALE One second-hand 25 horse power
engine , good as newalx > twos horseiiowcr
and two 16 horse potter engines , now , Bjllers
of all slro , new. Inquire Oinaba Foundry an
ilachlno Co.U. P. Hy. bet 17th and 18th omaha
T7IOR SALE House three roems and half loton
JD 20th street north of Creek , $000 cash. On
month'-pn ' > menta 81,000. John h. UeCasuo ,
opposite postnlflce. tS3-tf
T7IOB SAl/E Five arrcs of land on faundeisj
Jj Stieot , with floe rc dcnce , barn and other
improvements. Price 92,500 : terms cany.
472-tf W. R. Bartlett , Bea ] Estate Agent.
TlOIt SALK A new house ana lot , 25th and
_ J Douglas St. Inquire to A. Bouman , 26th
and Farnham bU. 418-lm *
"T71OB bALU A Piano (6 nctatos ) , In cxccllenl
JL ? cnd tion ; very chcvp. Inquire atthlsoffico
ctuit laua , 2-.tory frame
_ D house , barn 2 wells and other improve
ments , cost eido of Eaundirs street , near Fort
Omaha. For particulars tuldiesi Ceo. W. Brews -
s t cr , Oakland. Neb. ' 401-tf
"T710II SALE House with 0 rooms , barn and
Jj long lease of lot. on 16th at. , bet. Hurt and
Webster. Inquire at Edholm & Ertckson's.
BALE Car load of fat blackey mulea
FOR . Apply of J. W. bklnner , Coin ]
WR SALE 32 residence lots on and near 16th
Jj street. Price , tSW to &CO each. Term *
uasy. McCAQUK , Agent , Opp. Post Office.
J7IOR SALE Bicycle , 4R-Inch Standard Colum-
JO bio. Apply Union Elevator. 263-tt
' OTS , tUO each , $5 down and (5 per month
HEMW , Agent.
TIUK HAWS Or will excna ice for unuua pro *
JJ | ( perty , an Improved sec en of land adjoin
ing a station on U. P. B. R. 11. DUNHAM , 1411
Farnham St. , Omaha. 720 Bmr
RICK FOB EALb.
203-tf ESTABROOK ft COB.
i'ouniidolcho co country butter lor eolo
800 cheap ; also fiosh milk every day ab
Dual's Grocery btore , corner 10th and Dodge.
* 74-lmo *
BRICK FOB SALE 812.00 ptrlOOO.T. Hurray ,
B ALED HAY At A. II. Sander's Feed Stor
1013 Ilarncy St. i9-W
/-\11AIIA EJIl'LOTMENT BUIIEAU Tontk
\J street near Farnam. Business bouses ,
farmers and families ( an be supplied with com
petent hi lp. Auygraiocf employment. Kail-
road unp Mining outfits on shoit uotico F. D.
Noltu , Employment Agent. WH-lia *
MAMMOTH. Cluster Black cap rotpborrlct
M ) cent a dozen , 22.00 per hundred , $10.00
pur thousand at 'idle-Wilde 1'lace. " Leave or
ders at 1414 Dodge st. John O. V > Ulls.
T ) OOM8 And flmt class table board , at 2011
Jit COBS St. ml.lm"
QAVK UtNl Cnoico ot 80 full lota to loata
| O near Crelghton College for$2o per yoar.
Dexter L , Thomag & Bro. , Room 8. Creighton
MAQISTER OF PALMYBTERY AND .CONDI
TJONALJST , 498 Tenth Street , between Farnbam
andllainey. Will , with the aid of gtuirdlan
spirits , obtain ( or any ono a glance at the put
and present , and on certain conditions Iu the lu >
turo. BOOM and Bhooa made to Jrdcr. Perfect
' 'Action fuiriiiU-od n9fl.1 <
Sealed proposal * will be received up to liar
1 , 1882 , atS o'clock p in. for fun uhlng ma-
tcrii's ' and biilldlnj a tuhocl housu on bloc * 10 ,
Grind Island , Ni'b. , according to plnni nu
fuccidiatlonn to be seen at ortlcu of Ixirge &
licHhtNcn , Omaha , Neb. , trim April IS to CO ,
i.ml thereafter i.t my cftlcj. Proposals will be
received fjrnllor anypirt of the work , high *
to reject any oral ) bldt reserved. Proposal * to
he endorsed " 1'roposali for UulMlug fachool
IIouso" aid addressed to
J. P , KERNOHON , Bec'y.
m4olS-3t-eow Grand Island , Neb
This powdsr never varies. A marvel ot pa
| ty , strength and wholesomenw * . lloio fcono-
wlnl thin th * ordinary kinds , and oooqot >
old In oomuvUllon with the multitude oft ow
Uwt , short weight , atom or phosphate powder *
Sold only In caaa. IlntifHiUM POVMJI Oa. ,
0 Watt B4- , New T ck
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