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USE DAILY BEE
Wednesday Morning1 April 19
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( The following observations nre taken at
he tame moment ot time at all the eta-
Wta DirxRnciLvr , U. B. BraAL SIRVICH , \
OKAIU , April 18 , 1882. (1:15p.m.f ( :
River S feet G Inches above high water mark at
Omaha and G feel 1 Inch at Yankton ,
' An Archery club ia being orpanlrcd in
Oscar Wilde will lecture 5n Fremont
on the 25th.
Ope disturber of the peace paid five
dollars and costs in police court yesterday.
A new stairway is being put up on
the east side of limning' * brick grocery
On Friday and Saturday opening the
"Jolly Bachelors" will be gl\cn at Boyd's
Sneak thieves have made tholr ap
pearance , Dr. Cbadwick'a office being the
Cards are out for the wedding of Col.
T , J. Dickey , of Omaha , and Miss Jimrcudn
Jordan , of St. Louis.
Ihe "Uermeslan " society has debated
the Chinese question nnd decided with
President Arthur ,
The most skeptical are convinced by
one trial that Wade's homc-mado candles
ore b st , 1401 Dodge. AlS-Dt * .
lUrnnant Laces , nil styles , from 2 to
5 yds. at lOoa piece at Andrea iiozar , 1008
The works of the Omaha Foundry
and Machine campany are to bo enlarged
and improved at a cost of about § 0,000.
Ihe case against Pat. Hammond
far keeping his saloon open on Sunday ,
was dismissed as no ono appeared to prose
There will bo a hop given by the
"Merry Makers" at Liberty hall , Friday ,
April 21,1882. Music by the Coach Whip
band. All are Invited.
The ofHc3 And records of the district
clerk , Hon. W. H. Ijams , was yesterday
removed from the court room to their old
quarters in the northeast corner room on
the first floor.
The Many friends of Ex-Councllmen
C. A. Thleman will regret to learn that ho
was very low yesterday from the eUectsof
heart disease , from which his recoverftn
Workmen begun putting the new roof
OB the court boUM yesterday. They have
to work In/caroet' slippery'and muffled
hamsters to V p thorold bulU
caving In ,
A meeting of the > executive.comtalt-
tee of the'Omaha Labor Protective union
will be held on Friday' at 10 o'clock n. m , ,
on Leavenworth , between Seventh and
Eighth streets. By order of P. 0. Boye-
sen , treasurer.
Willie Kingsley , the little boy who
was so badly poisoned two weeks ago by
wild ivy , while out in the woods on the
Iowa side , has almost entirely recovered ,
although his face bears plain traces of the
treacherous plant's work.
The injuries received by Mr. John
B. Furay were not as bad as at first sup
posed , His arm was not brokenonly [ se
verely cmihed , and ho was not otherwise
seriously injured. He will be out in a few
r-Sl * tramps were anested while occu-
pyfflg temporary lodging quarters in box
cars at the U. & M. depot. Four of them
exhibited cash to prove that they were
not "without visible means of support , "
and were'dlscnarged. The other two went
over the bill for six dnyn.to eat bread and
A company of eighteen picked men of
the department of the Platte are now
steadily at work practicing at target shoot
ing over a new rifle range on the prairie
just west of the barracks. This is to be
ktpt up ficme tune , nnd the twelve belt
Tjiarltmieu are to be cent to the national
rifle match at CrcedmoorIt. I. , where , next
September , they will meet a like number
from e\ery/nilltary department In the
United Bt > tcfl.
\ Benzon and G , A. Lindquest.
twonvell known Omaha gentlemen , will
leave next month for an extended visit to
' their native country , Sweden , The for
mer bos not crowed the oc au now for ten
years and think s it about time to RO back
A new and extensive brick-yard has
just been started on North Sixteenth
utrect , Dear the yardi of Kstabrook & Co , ,
on which work was begun Monday , The
new yard includes twenty-fhe or thirty
lot * , and the supply of clay is almost in *
exhaustible. The proprietors ore 8 , T ,
Jbhnsen & Co. , the "Co. " beinp Messrs.
John Steel and Ang. Benron. Three
gangs will be worked and about 10,500
brick per day turned out as teen as they
get fairly started. It Is an Important ad
dition to thin branch of Industry , and we
hope will prove a success.
There are few men who show a record
of a quarter of a century of etesdy and
faithful service for. one firm , but Mr.
William Herman , the engi ueer at Krug'u
brewery U one of the number , Twenty *
five ytars ago he went to work for Mr ,
Fred Jvrug and has remained in his em.
ploy ever since. The quarter-centennial
Anniversary was colebruttd Monday ,
when , in the pretence of all the employes ,
who liad gathered in the handsome office
on Jackson street , Mr. Will Krug , on be. 01
.half of the firm , presented the engineer 01m
with A beautiful gold watch and chiln m
worth about $300 , Tb gift is . grand ri
Be mid the engrftTifiK U very fine ,
The Names Sent in to the
Council by the Mayor
John H. Butler For Chief En
gineer , Confirmed
The Appointments of Police
men Referred to the Police -
The Routine Business Transacted by
A regular mooting of the city coun
cil was hold last evening. Present :
Messrs , linker , Bchm , Corby , Doll-
one , Dunham , Herman , Kaufmann ,
Lccclor , McQuckin , O'Kcofo , Tlirano
and Mr. President ,
The journal of the lout preceding
mooting WAS read and approved.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
From the mayor : Reorganization
of the fire department recommended.
Capt. John H. Butler nominated for
A petition endorsing this nomina
tion accompanied it , signed by many
prominent citizens. Confirmed unan
From same appointing policemen
as follows : E. A. McOluro , John
O'Donohuo , H. Jncobson , Edward
Gorman , Owen Buckley , Frank Kns-
per , Win. F. Flynn , John Curloy , 0.
L. Kirk , G. W. Hyde , G. W. Doty
and Alex. Black.
Some discussion aroao as to the con
firmation of thobo names , the motion
being to refer to the committee on
The motion to refer was carried.
From the major appointing Joseph
Granochor special policeman to have
charge of' city prisoners , Referred.
From the mayor , approving certain
ordinances , Filed ,
From property/owners on Farnaln
street , to lower grade front 'Fifteenth
to'Nineteenth , six foot at Eighteenth.
The county commissioners recom
mended thrco foot instead of six. Re
ferred to streets and grades committee.
From E. A. Erfling , offering to replace -
place do&d trees on streets at twenty' '
live cants and wail for pay till they
From John Korwit , asking privi
lege to remove earth in front of his
From Mr. Burns ot al calling atten
tion to dangerous condition of streets
it Eighteenth and Lea von worth , anew
now culvert being all that is required.
From Win. A. Paxton and others ,
isking permission to remove earth
icar residences. Referred.
From M. J , Dunn , superioress of
; ho Academy of the Sacred Heart ,
nking for action to place a hydrant in
, h f vicinity for fire protection , Re-
From tax payers , of the Fifth ward ,
isking for additional street lamps on
Eighteenth street. itRoforrod.
From Mrs. 0. Nedrick , asking re
fusal of the bill foe a aide walk charged
igainst her. Referred.
From E. K , French and A. M.
3hadwick , asking that the city troas-
iror be authorized to pay judgment
n their favor out of the special sewer
ax fund. Referred.
The oflioial bonds of Frederick
3ohm and pthors were filed.
The bond of J. J. L. 0. Jowott as
: ity clerk was approved.
The application and bond of Hen-
lilton , McOuno & Co. , for license as
Irain Jayors was approved.
The profiles of Seventeenth , Eigh
teenth , Nineteenth , Jackson , Lcav-
mworth. Mason and Pierce streets ,
irith ordinance establishing grades.
The report of the city engineer roc-
> mmonding allowance for 150 yards
> f grading on Tenth street at ton
louts per yard. Adopted.
From Peter Peterson , asking ro-
noval of house obstructing approach
o his lot in Armstrong's addition ,
? rayor granted ,
From the pity engineer , submitting
> rpfilo and ordinance for grade of
Miirtoonth atroot/f rora Fierce to Vin-
on. Referred ,
From the city physician , calling at-
ention to the filthy condition of
Eighteenth , south of Loavouworth ,
ma Tenth , near Chicago. Referred.
From the city engineer , in regard
o the proposon ditch across the river
lottom. Instructed to proceed with
From property owners on Bouth
hnalm crook , petitioning for the
poody completion of the South
imalrn crook sower. Referred to wa-
or works and sewerage committee ,
o report to the council what stops
era advisable to take.
From Chas. J , Green , attorney for
lie B , & M. rood , asking a corn < -iun
f the tax list. Referred to the judi-
From Chas. Connoyer , secretary of
do aohool board , referring to that
ortion of the mayor's annual addrtus
bating to the public schools , and
taking the following statement of ox
onses in order to correct misappro-
The report of the secretary for the
oar just closed shows the cost for
uperintendents and teachers,818,70'J 155
auitora , . . . , , : i.U37 00
uel , , , , , - 1,1'jsis
ooks , printing and stationery133 24
upplles , 415 07
wiranco , 1,713 to a
iterest , lO.OOO'OO
oustructlon , , , , 4,088 85
urnltuio i 6T 2 35
ent , COJ 71 ft
nprpreinents . . . , 1,11170 fl
O QTfJ O flo
ItcellaneouH , , . . , . . . . ; " . ; ; " . " ' 333 33 o )
iking census , . . , . . . , , . . . . . , . , 100 00
ilary of secretary , , , CUi ( ( > U ticl
; gal service. . . , , , , . , . ' . . , , 60 00 cl
dewalk tax. . . . , , 31 110 ro
nking fund. . , , . , . . . , , 0,71,7 us
Total. . . . . . $01,819 10
Deducting from this amount $15- ofV
0 paid for interest , and $0,727,68 to
Id into the sinking fund , there ro- fit
lins $00,521.42 as the actual cost of fitWl
nning the public schools. Wl
For the purpose of comparison with fe
other cities the actual cost of running
the public schools is divided into
1 utUon fund , Including touchers
nnd ( superintendent $43,7I , < 9 5S
Incidentnlg , including janitor * ,
fuel , repairs , rent , supplies ,
hooka , Mntlonery , etc. . . . . . . . 12WB ! 07
Permanent Improvements , In
cluding building * , furulture ,
insurance , etc 9,305 9i
Total. . , $ COr.21 , 42
Deducting permanent improvements
on the ground that these improve
mcnts are not consumed but remain
as the permanent property of the city ,
the cost per capita in Omaha on ho
average emollmont is : For tuition ,
$12,88 ; for incidentals , $3.95 ; total ,
The current expenses in other cit
ies , based upon the avcrago enroll
ment , is as follows :
Tul. TncITo -
tlon. tlontnl. tal.
Oakland , CM $17 73 83 70 21 43
Halttmoro 1007 220 1827
St. Ixmli IB 28 1 09 17 27
Cincinnati 10 4 ! >
West Don MolneH. . 18 43
Milwaukee 1410 211 1(533 (
Troy 17 1)7 )
Auburm 1213 2 C2 1175
Hlnnhampton 14 2 ! ) 3 70 17 O'J
Klrnlra 1307 423 1790
Hocl.cstcr . 1403 075 2108
Utlca , 14 40 4 IS 18 04
Syiacuse . 11 45 388 1537
Omaha 1280 305 1083
In Boston the cost of tuition per
capita in the primaryschools is § 18.45 ;
in the grammar schools , $28.20 ; in the
high schools and normal schools ,
The cost of education in the public
schools of Omaha has been gradually
decreased an follows :
Cost per Capita ,
1872-3 JSlOtfl $770 527 GO
1873-J 18 67 071 28 31
1871-5 2207 1079 3280
1675-0 , . . 2082 02(1 ( 21)52
1870-7 177i 404 223.1
1877-8 17 02 4 1 2183
1880-1 15 49 4 25 10 74
1881-2 1288 395 1083
Placed on file.
Proposals for paving Douglas and
cross streets were received from F.
VV. Krone , of Lincoln , at $2.50 per
equaro yard ; Hubbard and Charles 8.
Smith , of Detroit , prices graded ac
cording to material and sondingsamplo ;
J. P. Dickey & Co. , Chicago ; 0. E.
Squires , there being several from the
latter gentleman and very complete.
Referred to committee on otroots and
grades and city engineer.
Proposals for sewers ' and1 sewer
material wore received from A. Over-
ton , James Fox , Omaha newer com
pany , R. H. Wacker , Jos. Lillis &
Co. , E R. Bullens , Stephan Robin
son. Referred to committco on water
works and sewerage' to report next
Saveral bills for small-pox expenses
were referred to the board of health
ind sundry bills to their respective
By Baker , instructing city clerk to
request all property owners on streets
irobablo to bo paved to put in all
vator and other pipes at once.
.by Lcodor , to improve Sixteenth
troot bridge and vicinity. Adopted.
By Leodor , to order the pond on
California and Cass streets filled up
ty the St. Paul & Omaha company.
By Dunham , to put in a culvert
cross Twentieth street , between
' 'amain and flarnoy streets , or to
oviso some other measure of saving
he dirt being put in. there by the
lounty commissioners. Adopted.
ByD'JIeofo , instructing the street
Commissioner to make alloy bo-
ween , Jones and Leavenworth streets
nd Thirteenth and Fourteenth
troets passable. Adopted.
By Loodor , to place the alloy bo-
wcon Fourteenth , Fifteenth , Call-
prnia and Webster in payable condi-
icn. Referred ,
By Kautmann , to fix sidewalk over
ho washout at Tenth and Hickory at
cost of $2. Adopted.
By Bohm , to repair the bridge on
Villiams , between Thirteenth and
fourteenth streets. Referred to the
ommittoo on streets and grades with
lower to act ,
By Herman , to appoint a special.
ommittoo of five members of the
ounoil on market houses. Adopted.
By O'Koofo , asking the marshal to
opart his action in regard to netify
ig wholesale liquor dealers to take t
ut license. Adopted.
By Baker , instructing owner of lot
, block 193 * , to fill its pond of stag-
ant water inside of twenty days.
ByJ3akor , authorizing the street
ommissioner to employ an additional
Dam. Adopted ,
By , to correct taxes on lots
and 2 , block 202J , as it is church
On streets and tjrados Rccominon-
ing the granting of petition of Doug-
is street property owners to place
urb 30 foot from lot line , leaving
iniform space of10 feet between curb
'his is only to bo done when the
treot is to bo curbed and guttered
nd on condition that property own-
rs place all sidewalks on the curb or
ydrant line , 20 feet from the propor-
f line , making n grass plat 10 feet
otweon sidewalk and curb line and
lant two rows of shade trees uuiform-
r along each side between Soven-
ionth and Twentieth streets.
A t'avorablo report on a similar pe-
tiou from the Omaha national bank
nd others was re-committed.
The extension of Twenty-fourth
: root was reported adversely ,
A report recommending the passage
I an ordinance to establish grade of
roots in Knuntzo & Ruth's addition
us adopted ,
A report adverse to grading Thir-
with street to city limits was
OlUUNANt'KS MUST HEADING.
An ordinance transferring funds
otn the lateral sewer fund , district
o , 2 , to the sewer bond fund , series
10 , was passed ,
An ordinance ) legulatiiig the auc-
mooring of goods , wares and mer-
andiso in the city of Omaha , was
ad and referred to the committee on
An ordinance establishing the grade
13th street south of Pierce street to
nton street , was read and referred
the committee on streets and
An ordinance amending the side-
ilk ordinance was read and re-
An ordinance establishing the , pradc
of streets in Kountzo and Ruth's ad
dition , was passed.
Several ordinances levying and ap
proprialing moneys for various pur
poses were passed.
The president appointed Messrs
Herman , Baker , Corby and Kaufmat
as the special committco on market
Col Smytho , attorney for William
Soxauer , asked permission for his
client to endorse his oath upon the
bond which they had allowed him to
file , and made a written motion to
Mr. McGuckin moved that the mo
tion bo placed on file ,
Mr. Baker moved as an amondmon
that Mr. Soxauor bo allowed to with
draw his bond from the file , and take
possession of it. Carried.
At this the counsel for Mr. Soxauor
said that was all ho wanted , and that
it would allow him to endorse the
oath on the paper , and withdrew ,
leaving the council in a tangle as t <
how the matter stood , in the midst ol
which an adjournment for two weeks
A CHARMING WEDDING.
Father English Unites two Lovlnjr
Hearts at Bt. Phllomona.
A very pleasant social event took
; > lace yesterday being the wed
ding of Miss Maggie T. Shannon ,
eldest daughter of .Hon. Barney
Shannon , ox-aldorman from the Third
ward and a prominent member of the
Ire department , nnd Walter F.
Meyer , son of Mr. A. Meyer , propri
etor of the Ninth street planing
The ceremony took place at the
cathedral of St. .Phllomona , at 9
o'clock , Rov. Father English oflicia-
, ing and high mass being celebrated.
Che wedding party wcro driven to the
ihurch in a handsome carriage drawn
> y four white horses , Whoso waving
plumes indicated something out of the
isu&l line , of occurrences , and so it
was , for Mr , Shannon was do-
ennincd to give his daughter , of
rhom ho is very fond , the best in the
and. The attendants wcro Miss
Jizzio Buckley for the bride and Mr.
L'homaa Dugdale for the groom. The
outhf ul appearance of the happy cou-
) lo waa very noticeable , the bndo b6-
ng a beautiful brunette of eighteen
roars and the groom a handsome
roung man of twenty-two yearswhoso
fair complexion contrasted very strik
ingly with his bride's. Certainly a
nicer looking couple cculd not bo
found in a long scarsh.
At the conclusion of the ceremony
at the church the wedding party was
driven to the residence of the bride's
parents , on Capital avenue , whore
sumptuous and delicious dinner wa
ipread. At the beginning of thofoas
Mr. Shannon , who is quite an oloquen
ipeakor at times , made a neat littl
ipooch of congratulation to the youn
: ouplo , and presented the bride with
v handsome sum of * money in twent
lollar gold pieces , with the assuranc
; hat the paternal pocketbook waa al
rays 'at her disposal. The party
hen proceeded to do justice to th
bast , which included all the dolicacie
if the season , and waa set oil by
aagniflcont bride's cake _ of enormou
tzo and tempting appearance.
The present * on this occasion wore
lumerous and very beautiful , th
amilios of each of the young poopl
ieing with-.each pthqr as totai
hould do the most by way of starting
hem out in life. Mrs. Shannon gavi
lor daughter a gold chain and locke
it for a princcaa and not , less appro
iriato for the charming bride , who is
Philadelphia girl by birth , and , as
ier father says , "as good n ono as
ver crossed the Missouri " TUB BEE
flora its sincere congratulations one
iost wishes for the future of the
Iowa and Nebraska Patents.
H. H. Boll and W. L. Hess , Belle
'laino , washing machine.
G. B. Brock , Cedar Rapids , wood-
W. McClmtock , West Union , wind-
G. W. Miller , Waterloo , windmill.
0. Raiblo , Oakaloosa , vegetable cut-
ar.A. . 0. Staples , West Branch , horse
J. J. Mackodon , Omaha , safety
lug and valve for boiler fittings.
To-day IB Arbor day. Boo the Rus
ian Mulberry and Oatalpa trees at
lie Hyde Tree Co.'s sale yard , on
loward , between Thirteenth anc
'ourtconth streets. m&o
1,000 boor kegs , L malt mill , ]
rhito cedar mash tub complete will :
oaring- good as now A lot of largo
unohoons , suitable for cisterns or
ater tanks. Ono 20 < horse power on-
ino and boiler , all for sale cheap.
.Uo 20,000 brick ut $10 per M. Call
t Liningcr & Metcalf Co. 'a , corner
i Sixth and Pacific streets , Omaha.
laneoe City , St. Joseph & Council
The only road running tra'ns to and
: om Omaha direct WITHOUT CHANGE
> all points East , South and West.
'rains ' leave B. & M. depot at 8:30 : a.
i. and 7:45 : p. m. , and arrive at 7:35 :
, m. and G45 ; p. m. TICKET * ) on sale
1 1020 Farnam street and B , & M.
. . 0. DAWES , ANDY BOUDEN ,
G. P. & T. A. Acont.
When you have tried all- other
asses and spectacles and you cannot
3 suited , call on Edholm & Erickson
id got a pair of the genuine Star-
utod Spectacles or Eye dlaosos.
hey will suit wi on all others fail.
lieso are sold exclusively by us in
obraska , Wyoming , Utah , Iowa and
ansas , Edholm & Erickson , op-
) site postoflico , Omaha ,
INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHS -
ut in the city , made at Grand Gen
ii Galley , 212 North IGth street ,
vo us a trial if you want fine work.
Fine Asparagus at Fleming1 ! .
THE SPREADING' ' SCOURGE
Tbo Pest House Bocelvos Another
Tnnmto from South Omaha ,
The excitement concerning the
small-pox on Capitol Hill has hardly
subsided when the fatal disease shows
itself in a nowplaco.
Yesterday it was discovered , that ,
Annie Johnson , a fourteen-year-old
Swcdo girl , who lived with her
parents in the brick house near
Leavenworth and Eleventh streets
had developed a genuine case of the
disease and lost evening vsho was re
moved to the small pox hospital by
Steward Ilnuck. There being no
other patients there at present except
two who are nearly ready to beset
sot free , the young lady will have
the best of care from the two
sisters and bo better off than if quar
antined at her own houso. The only
parties known to have boon expdaod
in this instance are her father and
brother , the latter working at the bottling
tling works adjoining the houso.
There is nothing now in regard to
the Capitol Hill caics , Mrs. Gunn and
the little boy both doing as well as
could bo expected.
The Missouri Pacific railroad will
to-day make connections with the
Union PaciGc at Papillion. Junction ,
the road will then bo completed from
Omaha to Hiawatha , Kansas , from
which trains will have to run a short
distance on the St. Joe & Denver
road in order to connect with the
other end of the Missouri Paciiic.
Trains are now running north from
Hiawatha , and are doing a Rood busi
ness. The distance from Hiawatha
to Atchison yet remaining to bo com
pleted in order to unite the two ends
of the line is thirty-nine miles. This
will bo completed by July 15th. On
the first of May track laying will begin -
gin ' at both ends , and will bo put
through at a lively rate until com
pleted , when trains will begin run
ning between Omaha and St. Louis.
General Superintendent Holdrogo ,
of the B. & M. , returned yesterday
from a trip over the Denver extension
of this line and reports work progress
ing rapidly. On Monday last two
mues and n.hulf of track was laid and
track laying will co'ntinUo at the rate
of two miles a day , so that should the
weather remain fair they' will roach
Denver within fortyjdays , or by the
first of June. There remained yes
terday but seventy miles to complete
between the present terminus of the
road and Denver.
Jay Gould is now in St. Louis and
is expected up to Omaha in a few
lays , when hi/ will take a trip over
; ho northern end of the Missouri
Pacific , from Papillion Junction to
Hiawatha , on an inspection tour.
A Very Pleasant Affair.
On Monday evening last John Mer-
itt'a well known restaurant present-
3d quite a gay and festive appearance.
Hie occasion was Mrs. Merritt's birth-
lay , and a number of her friends as-
iomblcd to celebrate the affair in be-
Mrs. . Merritt was the recipient of
ome very handsome presents , the
nest noteworthy of which were a very
ilegant rocking chair , a gorgeously
rotten up fan , a magnificent toilet sot
md some very handsome boxes , and
L variety of other articles too numor-
ms'to ' mention.
Among the guests present were ,
Jr. Prince , Sr. , and two daughters ,
Jr. Sol Prince , the Messrs. Peavy ,
\ Gotheimer , Miss Flora Rosenthal ,
ifr. and Mrs. Schlank , Mr , and Mrs.
leichenberg , Messrs. Lewis Bros. ,
rlr. Bloom , Miss Julia Hoisoh ,
rleasrs. George Hoima apd brother.
Jr. and Mrs. Shaw , and Mr. and
Quito a novel feature was intro-
iuced during the evening in the
hope of a now game known as the
'Soap Bubble , " in which all took
art with gusto.
Odd Fellow'a Anniversary.
The approaching anniversaryof Am
ncan Odd Fellowship , the sixty-
inth , will bo a rousing affair , and
no of the most interesting over soon-
i this city. There will bo a grand
iarade at'J p. m. , anniversary oxer-
isos at 4 p. in. , at the hall
nd a free musical and liter-
ry entertainment , and ball m the
voning. A supper will bo given the
is i ting lodges , of whom a number
ro expected , at 0 o'clock.
Everybody who contemplates pur-
hosing F0UNITUUE will find it to .
heir own interest to inspect the im-
loiiso stock at the store of CHAS.
iiiivEHiCK , who unquestionably has
lie finest assortment of FUUNITPRE ,
to. , from the best manufacturers and
lie newest styles , and ALWAYS MAKES
OWEU rniCE-s than any other KDIINI-
UIIE dealer in Nobaaska ,
OHAS. SnivKiunK ,
1200 , 1108 and 1210 Farnam St.
Parties in need of Ranges will do
ell to call on John H. Erck , the
[ ardwaro and Stove Merchant , No ,
15 and 017 10th street , who is sole
zent for the Celebrated Rubel's
brought Iron Range. Considered the
test complete in uso. Hotels and
oarding houses would do well to ex-
mine them before purchasing ,
Ho has also just received a car load
f the beat makes in Cook Stoves
hich ho is selling at remarkably low
gurea. Also a car load of Lyman's
est Locked Barb Fence Wire , which
0 is offering at the lowest market
rices , Mr. Erck also carries a full
id complete stock of Carpenters'
eels and Shelf Hardware , on which
9 prides himself on giving rock bot-
im figures. It will pay you to call
1 this enterprising firm before pur-
losing in any of thoi above men-
oned goods. aprl7-'o&meo(31\T (
SKINNY StUN ,
"Walls' Health llenovver" reatores hualth si
id vigor , cures dyapqwla , O.tenee , siUl
sual debility. 31. Depot at O. UlK
J. Waddle has removed his barter
op from under Roder's drug store 13
Win. Gentleman's new building , 13I
i ICth street , between Cases and Gal * en
imiastrcoU , apllfl 4t 10
Ncrrona Persons should go to the
Grand Central , 212 Sixteenth street ,
for Photographs. Exposures two seconds
ends and less ; no head rests used.
NOTICE Advertisement To Loan , foi Site ,
Lent , Found , W&oU , Bcardlntr , &c. , will be In
setted In thceo columns cnco for TEN CENTS
per line ; each nibttquent Insertion , FIVECKKTS
per line. The tint Insertion never ICM tbtn
TO LOAN MONt
> ONET TO LOAN Call al tw Ornco of D.
M UTliomas RoomP Crelihton Block.
AAATO I.UAJx At B per centln-
, \ ) \ Jtereit In sums.of nWO and
upwards , for S to It years , on flrit-cl&w city and
farm property. BBHIS KSAL ESTATI and LOAM
AOIHOT , 16th and Douclai Sta.
LOAN f 2,000 on unencumbered t'cal cs-
TO tate In Douglas county. A. J , Poppleton ,
Rlrl to do general housework ,
WANTED cook , vashcr and ironer. 1816
Doaglas street. C27-10I
" \T7"ANTED A man to drno team and work
VV around house and yard. Enqu're 1112
Farnam street. 823-19 }
ANTED A competent girl for general
W housework , at2029 Farnam St. 823-tf
A ( 'ooilmrl In a ftmlly of tour.
WAN1KP . McShano , St. Man's fAro and
Content St. 812-19
\TrANTED-Chambermald. Apply at 2008
YV Burt trcot. 808-tf
\\rANTKD-A ( rood * and brick moulder ,
VV wages 13.00 per day. Apply at once at
1810 Davenport street , between 18th and )0th.
ANTED Second cook at the at. Oha'h
" \T7"AJ T D 60 men for railroad work , II. Wann-
YV tidier , Emlpoyment AKt. llthitrectnear
Farnnm. 804-18 *
WANTED A dining room girl , rail nt Tur
ncr Hall Ho taurant earner ICth and
Howard sti. 7D4-tf
'ANTKD A flnt-ciasS man In a retail gro-
, , eery fctorc ; tfoodnfcrenccs required ! runt
be well acquainted with thocity trade. Apply at
111 18th street. 784-tf
TTTANTED Four good ulrls fir gcnoral
YV housorfork. F. D. Nolto , Kniplotinont
Agent 10th at near Farnam. 787-25 *
A gardener and fanner with
WANTED refereces can find steady employ
ment by calling at Solomon's 1'alnc and Oil
House 1201 Funiam street. 73tf
ANTED Olrl fer ( rcnoral liouscwoik. II.
W Mannneiler , llth street near Farnam.
"TT7"ANTKD Comjietont clrl for general house.
YV work. JIu t be a good cook Mrs. M.
Roger' , corner Iffth and 1 c \ en worth streets.
TTrANTED-GIrlaboutl4to do lighthouse
* V work , during the day only. Apply at Dee
W ANTED Dlnlngroom girl at the Crclghton
oiise. _ C07-tt
WANTED A situation na Operator on Type
Writer. Apply or address K. E. D. 1317
Douglas street , up italrs. 24-20 *
Situation as second girl In a first-
WANTED family. Inquire at 1808 Fierce st.
. ' 819-XO *
A YOUNG GERMAN wants to board with ant
t\ American family , where he has an epjwr-
uulty to learn the lan u ge. Addres A. L.'lteo
ifflte. . 28-20 *
'ANTiiD Ten day boarders at No , 7C2 8.
W Tenth St. 818 23f
ANitD fiuupiivyau.ta , mum * nU ccsi
pool < to clean with tanlUry Vault and
link Cleaner , the best In use. A. Evans & Co. ,
csidence 1205 Dodge street. Omaha. , , '
| TTANTED A buggy and carriatro painter for
VV good town lu cuntry. ) St.ady work.
\pp y to Do an & 1 angwcrtby. v 190-18 °
riTANTED 2 unfurnished rooms for man and
VV wile , must be moderate In . price. Ad-
Ireaa H. . Ike office. 297-tl
[ TTANTED Funding ; bridge and school bonds.
W H.T. Clark. BeIi Yne. SS-W
fTTANTKD To sell a barber shop , ( food lo-
YV cation , good business , satisfactory reasons
or selling. Inquire at 1178. ICth street , Omaha
[ eb. 637-tt
rX7"ANTED 4 children as bnarders In a select
VV school , at 19th and California St , L. B.
[ TTANTED Basement In ex. for board.
YV Other boarders too. COS N. 17th street.
FOR RENT-HOUSES AND LAND.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS One
door north of Dodge on ISth st sm-24'
HO KENT Handsomely furnished front room '
L for gentleman , with references. 1312 Doiff
jctu ten J3th and 1 Uh. 813-22
171011 RENT A hoii'o of set en rooms , 3 cloicts ,
D cellar : food well and cuter t. L. Dutrgan ,
112 8.13th street.
A HAUE CHANCE Store , dwi llinff bouse ,
tA. birriitc. . lor rent cheap , cirn r South
Sta and Cantellar street. Hot point for busi-
ess In Siutb Omaha , John Tuckle , South . . . . lit . .
ad Dorcas sts.
7\0iiEKT \ [ Store and butcher shop , 8. E.
J corner ISth and Chlrtgu. Inquire at store ,
lien Lucas , admlnlitratfr of the estate 'IB. C.
no KENT Furnlihcd and unfur lahed roonm ,
L reasonable price , also roouu for houaekctp-
17. Apply at s ore 1111 Doaglas H. N. L.
TIOH KENT Furnished loom H.V. . o rner
J Uth and Uoward Bt. 740 tf
UKtU OMI.c in Jacob'd IllocK.
71011 KENT Two good rooms for rent , comer
} ISth and Farnam sts. Inquire at Nlndel
H relic's Hat ktoro. 707-tf
jlOR KENT Pome barn and 3 * cres of laud
J Inquire 18th and lloward. Euno O'Klel
HO HFNT Ono Urge fumlsbcd room , with
L bjard , ou first floor , outatdo euirauce. It03
alifomlast , ' 645-tI
.Hilt Uttli fliruioneu nuu .oOUi , M. r.
? Ptb and Jackson. 62-tf
TMJlt MUN'l t ( uruituau luuiui uv < i j
; chants' Etohanje.N. K. cor. 10tb and DnHg
D EMIS rents houtei.lots , farms , stores ,
L > rooms etc. OIHccs 16th and Doudas Bti
7)011 ) HKNT Muly furnished rooms witu 01
J without board , Ileasonable prices. 2" ) I
am St. 10 "
7IOR SALE AJgood corner lot on Doage and
< 28ih street , maety fatt growing part ct
le city , will dhldc. Imiulre at 410 South 2Jlh
reel , uear FarnamlUogti'i & IIW addition ,
SALE The nne proprrtV. . E. corrtr
roll i and fUth etree's , now orcup't-d 1 > \
Jor Furry. Part of the purchase money n J
null ) secured on the property , 1'or further
irt tulara Inquire cf Dr. hummer' * illlit rj
NICK rONV FOIl SALE-1417 Ilo ard St
t * Bzu'10
011 * BALrUoriK and buirgy. Inquire o
f .Mr' . Thum , Green Tree Homo. KX)22 )
1011 ONE WEEK-I nra c rlnf twocot'ap
houies. and my ortlto building on Tintl
fcit , for sale on paj rncut II pot svld by Sat
day lll8elUtaiutlon , at 2 o clock p in. 01
Id dav 10 the blehe.t btdd.r for cash. J mn
Morton , 80J a 10th tr t. 807-21
It SALE -One i > ui ol nurw , onuc.w , am
one L-oat. lniu re ol tllea Luus , cornel
th and Chicago l- _ MJ-tl
> UU SALK Hou e and & \ anoi ul laud , cue sol
mil north of lluracks. Inquire of C. I orion - tee
ion on preuilief , or U o. U. Peterson. 8l < B , teeH I
: bstrc l , 798-lff ( H
r OK BALK-Half Interest In a drn ? st re ,
dolcjr. a profitable busineis. In Ih * pie n r-
ou town cfl'an nee City , Neb , Arrangement *
might b made for whols. For particulars ertl
or address John V. Hauler , Pairnei CUn Neb ,
"P\OR \ SALE Ono spin ol hor'en , two tprlng
JL' vagons and two sell of double har < ois. In
quire Ellen Lucas , administrator of the t tills
of K , C. Lucas , corner ISth and Chicago sts ,
T70R SALE- Hotel In a food I emu town , at
JL1 a barjraln. H. Mannwelkr , Re l Kttalo
Agt. lllh st eit ntar Fatnam , 760 tf
0\K POST ? KOR SALE At Red
2000 Idh st. 78 ! n *
T710HSA.LK At.i ti r &ln' hoise pbicton and
JL htrntgi. I'hacton inu hrrncsx nearly new.
Iho hori * IB 7 jcarsold , Kentucky brtd , cplcndld
roaditer , sound and perfectly gentle. I'nnulre.
at31B Farnam itrcrt. 791-iS *
. - - - ' House and lull corner lot. Jf. K.
_ cor. 20th and Lake streets. tlOOO on
monthly payments. WO half cash , balance on
time. McCagBe opii. nostorncB. 788-19
BEMIS' NEW CITY. MAPS , 10c.-MeunU4
Maps , re.M. QKO. P. BEMIS ,
F\QK \ HALK Three v > d bugfry horses , blood'
vd stock , 4 , 6 , aiST7 > cars old , alia 2S head
cattlc-for e le cheap , it.qulr * at Edholm &
1-rlcknoil. J. VlCREKBtRO ,
TT Oll SALK \Mlf'i Uo tautant--
J ? Coflco Ifema" So. 620 Tenth street , dolnit
a business of from 812,000 to J1B.OOO i > cr inniim.
Call ar write to the ntxnu number or to Wllir k.
Wc tbcrg' Lomer < 0th nnd J.ckfon streclf.
FOU8ALJ3 A two-Stated bup j , nci'lyncw.
also ono No. 2 Kno lc Steam Pump. En'
nulro J. Klrntr'i Uarbcr shop , cor. Inth and
TJUR SALKOHRENT At o(2) ( ) star * frame
C build tig 2lxtO. N. K C' > rrcr , 2nd and
Cumlnj ; strict. Inquire al Knig's Western ,
Brewery , 761-tf
TflOR SALE Hcmc and lot , IIOUFO 20x10 two
J ; sUiry , good collar , summer kitchen , coal
tned , imckeii lionso and lirjcclsiern ; g indfcnce-
and sidewalk , good location , only 81KO. a.
Pullman , Sth and Dorcas. 7GC-10)- )
TTtLRNITUUK FOR SALE Chca ) > an tlcffant
X1 Hillo of Parlor Furi.luirc. 12 fcttten -
son rln ng table , dinner iha'p ' , lor httcbcn.
furniture , and other articles all now. 2013 Casi
FOR SALE SO lots nearllanjcom Pirlc. west
oll'ark Axcnue. WCO tot900 each. JIc.
Cagtie opp. Postomci ; . U71. tl
ITIOH HALE House ol 4 or 6 rooms and cor-
Jj ncr lot on 10th and Mason $1.COO. llcCsfruo
opp , ; wstolllco. 58S-tf
PUIIY Thoroughbred Jcrso ) Bull So. 332
. "M. a. II. " winner of
* u A. B. , miuuvi Ul prize at State
Fair. Stands foreorvlce Nebraska Poultry
Yards , West Omaha. Graham . Brownr ,
- InN. W. part of city on
sightly lecatlon. ! 200 to 2i0cach , on
monthly paj menu. McCaguc , opp. postolflcc.
' _ 581-tf 1
BKAirrit UL KKSIDENCE LOTS 8100 each ,
? 6 dotvn and 85 per month. KEMId , aeenf .
th and Douglas Sta. _ t ,
POR SALE One sccoud-hand 25 horse power
engine , good as n'ew.nl'o t o8 horsot > o er
and two 16 horse poucr engines , new. Boilers
) f all sues , new. Inquire Omaha Foundry an
Uachlno Co.U. P. By. bet 17th and 18th omahs
_ _ _ _ _ SC2-lm
LOTS , 81DO each , 85 down and 85 per month
, Agent. _ _
pOR SALE Five rrcs of land on > aundeis
JJ Stteet , with fine remdcncc , barn and other
mprovemants. Price 82,600 ; terras easy.
472-tf W. R. Bartlctt , Deal Estate Agent.
KIUK SALE A new house and lot , 25th and
C Douglas St. Inquire to A. Bouman , 20th
.nd Farnham Ms. 418-lm *
ITIOK SALE Five crei cf land , 2-story frame'
U house , barn 2 wells and other Improve-
iients , cost side of Saundtrs street , near Toifc
) maha. For particulars addiesi Ceo. W. Brew.
tor. Oakland. Neb. _ ; _ < 01-tf
ITIOR SALE House with 6 rooms , bam and
C long lease of lot on 16th St. , bet. Burt and
Vebstcr. Inquire at Edholm. & Ex Ickson's.
FOR SALE Car load of fat blackey mules
broke. Apply ol J. W. Skinner , Coin la ,
SALE Bicycle , 4Much Standard Colum
bia. Apply Union Elevator. 263-tl
[ TIOR SALE Or will excha fro for Omaha proD -
D I Iperty , an Improved sec oa ol land adjoln-
iirastationonU. P.B.B , ll. DUNHAM , Hll
'areham St. , Omaha. 720 Smt
> RICK FOB EAL.1V.
) S03-tf ESTABROOK fc COB.
inn Founds of choce country butter for sale
JUU cheap ; also fresh milk every day at
leal' * Grocery btoro , corner 10th and Dodge.
BRICK FOR SALE $12.00 perlOOO.T. Murray.
HAY-At A. H. Bander's Feed Stor
SALEO Harnev Bt. slt-ti
" OST A packet-book contalnlni ; tSS.OO in
_ J cash. Finder will receive 45.00 reward by
mvlng the same at No. 118 13th street , between
ougHs arid Doige. 811-19 *
' OST A o .at ot the U. P. dejx > t. The finder
_ J will be rewarded by leaung it with the
urdma ter. 810-10 *
" OST Uv tlia underslpned , a smill New
J Foundlaid pup , (8 ( weeks old ) pure black
ilor , anyone finding the tame , will be suitably
iw-ard d. by leasing word with IVIig&Wectberg ,
irntr 10th ut.d Jackson btrcet. 814-18
5EJII8 sells bouses , lots , firms anil ' >
J Office , 16th and Douglas Sts.
ITU8. C. A. FLLtSON Electro Magnetic
U Heal jr. also buslncM and medical Oalr-
> yant. I'rjchonietlo readings and treatment
von daily from u a. m. to 4 p. m. Can be con-
ihed by letter , atnd name , age , and lock of
Ui etc , with 92.00 consultation fee , No. 2013
us B . . Omaha. Neb. . 7B1 1m"
J street near Karnam. Business homes ,
rmers and families can bo supplied with com-
: t nt hilp. Any gra'Je of emplojmen * . Kail-
od anii Mining outfits on short notice F. O.
oltc , Employment Aenr G64-im *
) 00118 And first class Ubie board , at SOU
\ > Cass St. " ' ml < lm *
IAVE RENT Choice el 80 full lots to leolo
) ntar Crelghton College for (25 per year ,
sxter L , Thomas & Bra. , Room S , Crelgbton
AQISTER OF PALM78TER7 AND CONDI
ONAL18T , 498 Tenth Street , between Farnbam
id Barney. Will , with the aid ol cuardlan
IriU , obtain for any one a glance at the pill
id prownt , and on certain conditions in the lo >
re. Boot * and BhOM made to Sfder. Ferfeol
- - - - - inSA-l * "
Ti'i powder ru\er var'ei. ' A marvel opo
, strjngth and wholesomenesj. lloro e ono-
1 thin the ordinary klndi , and cannot
i In competition with I'M multitude of I ow
t , sheri weight , alum of pHo pbat powdw *
old on'v In cans. HoiuJBliiso POWDSK CO. ,
Wall Si. , New Vo *
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