Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 05, 1882, Image 8
e DAILY BEE : OMAHA MONDAY , -JUNE 5-1883 EYEI I'fcoao Article * RnnRo in Prlon from 810.0O to 820000 : , / * 1 * Olive Spoons - in case Cream Ladles " Sugar Lifters " Pickle Knife and Fork " 2 Sugar Spoons " 1 Preserve Spoon " 2 Preserve Spoons " 1 Berry Spoon " Ice Croani Knife " Pudding Knife Pie Knife , engraved , " 1 doz. Coffee RIDOOUS , Kilt , " 1 doz. JBgg Spoons , gilt , in case 1 doz. Ice Cream Spoons " 1 doz. Nut Picks " Soup Ladle " Oyster Ladle " Punch Ladle " Salad Spoon and Fork " Fish Knife and Fork , engraved , " Soup and two tJravy " Oyster and two Gravy in case lee Cream Sets , plain , in case , 13 pcs. lee Cream Sots , Gilt , " 15 ll Flower Vases , Sugar Vases , Half doz. Tea Desert , or Table Spoons , plainer or engraved , in case. 1 doz. Tea , Desert or Table Spoons , plain or engraved , in caso. Pr. of Salt Collars and Spoons , in caso. Pr. of Poppers , in caso. Pr. of Napkin Rings , in case , Mustard Pot , Bell and Ball Plato , in case. Fruit Bowls- Mustard and 2 Poppers , in case. , * . > * Card Bnceivors- , . , . . . - So arHolders. " ' ' tfjP.to.X&V Ash Beooivers. * . Matoh Boxes , in case- l Traveling Olfoks. ' .7 Marble rvnd Gilt Olooks. Bronze Olooks. . , Half doz. Pearl Handle Kiitv'os , m case- . ; < Une doz. Pearl Handle Knives , in case. > 7 * AVc still conlinne our reduction on FINE GOLD WATCHES nnd DIAMONDS. Call and examine OUR STOCK after looking elsewhere. WE WILL NOT 13E UNDERSOLD. Our motto is , Quick sales and small profits. Head quarters and General Western Agents for Centennial Watche ? , Illuminated Dial Wnlches , Ansonin Clocks , Sctli Thomas Clocks , Rogers and Gorham Silverware , Lyon & llealy's Musical Merchandise and Band Instruments. Sold on monthly payments. Pianos and Organs tulicd and repaired. Sheet. Music 533J per cent , discount from regular prices. State agents for SaalfielcVs full size and popular music , fi cents per copy" Ten thousand copies just received. Call and examine. TheDailYBee Monday Moraine1 , Jure 6. Weather Report- ( The following ohsorratlonR nre token nl thi Haroo moment ot time at nit the gta tions named. ) DiTARruiLvr , U. S , EIO-UL SraTicn , 1 OMAHA , Juno 4. 1882. ft ; < S p. m.l I Rlrcr 8 foot 2 Inches nboro high water mark a Omaha and 8 foot 6 Inches nt Yankton. LOOiL BKElVITIBS. - The city council will meet to-morrow night. The board of education auceU to night. Yesterday was a fine day , nnd there was the usual rush to th park. t Officer Donnhue in after property owners who abut on filthy 7 Hey a. General 0. F.Mandcrson , of this city , Is announced to deliver an oration at .Alma July 4. Oflicer Grady arrested John Peterson , of North Omaha , Saturday night lor try ing to stab bis wife. There were three Pullman loads out yesterday noou on the U , 1 * , , the biggest j-un in a long time. A social party will take place at Ma- nonlc hall to-morrow evening , at which there will bo tableaux , Hinging , etc. William P. Doolittle , the popular Parnam street shirt manufacturer , has removed to No. 210 North Sixteenth Bt. A prisoner charged with robbing the malls in , Knnsa n long time ago was brought Iu by Deputy Marshal Crqw. The special Pullman hotel car Ocean- ! ca , camoiin from the east yesterday morn ing with a party who departed for Denver last night , The regular meeting of the Social Art club will be held on Tuesday , the Oth I nut. , at 3 p , in. , , at the house of Mm. Woodman , on Nineteenth street , next St , liarnabaa church. Nebraska City and 1'remont were con nected , by telephone yesterday for several hours , while U. W. > > . Dorsey and Judge JClnney i talked horse. "Pnilence , " at the opera house tonight - night , will draw o big crowd. It isn't "Patl nce on a Monument , " bufkt is " 1'ft. tlenco" that' Is a monument of succem. The remains of young Philip Huhbard were laid to rust forever ln Cassldy's cem etery , At 2 p. m. services were held at the cathedral. There was a very large nt. tendance-of frieuv't. Quite a large party ot Danes went to rremont yesterday on a special train and bad a grand gala day. A band accompa nied them and attracted a good deal of at tention by Us playlnsc AS they went down to the depot , On Frldny the Tioll nwhiimlng school wan formally opened. The propri etors haye engaged n very &ne Bavarian brass band , under the nble leadership o Prof. John Herther , which \will pliy every evening for ono week. The city council has determined to improve the condition of Bt , Mary's ave- -uue at once , by widening the graJo am filling up the holes. They have ordoret X > 00 yards of dirt to be untd for this jvir pose , and work will begin this morning The special ofUcen car of the Central Pacific , the "Sacramento , " passed through in No. 4 yesterday , Mr. T. W. P rke , one of the directors of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company , residing In Uenniug ton , Vt. , with a young bride he had just juari led on the Coast , were the paueu gen. Buffalo 1311) ) , who U vU1ttn In Den ver , wet , at an early hour on Wednesday morning , made ( ho victim of a burglar' * playfulueee , nn'd now > ' urns the loss of lila elegant gold watch and chain , diamond mend * and other jewelry beside * ecvcral jM-omUcory note * and $1BO in cash , Jf 0. Port has bwn Appointed deputy tmyfll&fe' collector of Intwnal lovenue for tb dipartmsBt aorth of the Platte. UA } < * St. A. V , BalcoBibo h a been com. HJWwd M ganger t ( lie Willow gprlngu dJiifflery. The Jatwnal reveaue collec tion o | KeWuka lor tbe lat eleven inontlii amounted to 81,020,000 , which i moro than WM over collected in any trcolv months. Sergeant FInlcjof Ihc United State niflnal cor pi , says tlio path of destruction of American tornadoes has verged 1OS foot in width. Thontorm cloud 'moves n the rate of from twelve to nlxty mlles pa hour , while the wind within the vorte : BomotimOB reaches the tremendous voloslt ; of 600 mllct , 3112 being the average. Track on the Council Bluffs cxtonUoi ot the Chicago , Milwaukee b 8t P&n road hrw been laid as far ns the small etn tion cf Bedhnm , half a dozen mllca he ynnd Coon Hapldn. It in expected lha the road will ho in operation to the tram fer about the middle of July , but regulai trains will uot ho pat on hoforo Septcm herl. Our reporter had the pleasure o meeting Mr , George BuroH , who la It town in tha interests of the Edison Mnnu factoring Company. They hnvo catah llshed an agency at Seward , thiH state , fo : the sale of their famous Non-Kxploalvi Preparation , which renders an explosioi in n coal oil lamp im imposalhility. Uecr of coal oil may congratulate thcmeelve niptn absolute uafcty by wing this prepar ation. On June 1st Sir. Devollan and Mlm Wilson were united in wedlock. Hov. K 13. Graham performing the ceremony , The wedding took place nt the bride'i mother , Mra. U. Wilson's residence , 711 north Ninth street. Only relatives of the interested particH were present. The presents were both numerous nnd elegant and the supper was everything that could bo desired. The happy pair took the train at 7:10 the gimo evening for Flattsinouth , their future home. 'Mr. Dovollan is in the employ of the B. & M. K. It. , at thai point. Key. J. W. Stewart , of the First M , . church , went to Fremont to-.day tc attend quarterly meeting for Elder MAX- field. His pulpit will bo supplied tomorrow row morning by Itcv. Mr. Klcock , a Pres byterian minister from Ohio , who is visit ing hia ulster , Mrs. Maxficld. Assistant General Manager Ivimbnll iUtornoy 1'oppleton , General Passengoc A.Rcnt Moore , A * octant General Freight Agent Shelby , of the Union Pacific , and 1" . M. Morstnan , general Superintendent of the Pacific express , leave this evening for Denver on impertaut railroad busi ness. They will be absent n week. At a meeting of the citizens ot North Omaha at No , 1 engine house on the even ing of Juno 2d , to consider the question of paving Sixteenth and Cuming streets , it was unanimously agreed , after the question oi issuing bonds was thoroughly discussed by the .gentlemen present , that the propo sition to vote $100,000 , to he expended in three years for the purpose of paying , would bo right , and that Sixteenth and Burning should bo included in the paving Jistrlcta. Mr. Frank S. Smith having returned From the east Is acti re again In the arrange' incut of the grand concert to be given about the middle of the month for the tanefit of the Young Men's Christian tisociatlau. The largo male chorus , num. t > ering over eighty voices , will bo one of the [ > e .t which lias over sung lu our city. Mr D. E. Squires and Mrs. Henry IMabrool iave consented to assist , and their name x > the programme irlveii variety and insure * i full liouwas well as a grand concert , A hard looking customer WAV nrrestei OHt n'ght ' by OfHcers McCuuo and Cas ierc , on Twelfth and Dongl&s steets , who aught hm trying to force 'open the dooi f private liouseH in that locRllty. He lad about nineteen yard * of Cue ilres oods hidden under hi * coat. We wore tble morning shown one o he finest medals ver seen in this city t was manufactured for John Itueh , Uiq , y Mr. John Bauiuor , jeweller , and ia to e given by the former , as a prize on com lencement day ut Bt , Catherlne'u scad my. The medal la of two kinds of gold Ichly chased and bears on one side the nscription ; ' 'St. Catherine's Academy , Imaha , Neb. , June , 18S2. " On the re- erse were the wonla : ' 'Awarded > ' jr excellence in mathematics. " Tue ifldal iiglven ai o priw thls.yeor by Hon. olrii Jtuih , and will become the property " tli9 winner , who need aiot , contest to rc- ifn it. It is a beauty. IWTJllionB Millions of Hottlosof lr , Itcovcry < or Consumption , Coachu and old * , UavO been 6'vcii n-ay iu. Trial ottle uf tho'ttrgublie. Thlt eutrmoub itlay would be disastrous tn the pro- ietors , wvro it' uot for tlio rare nurita la.eted by' his wonderful medicine. iQoll 0. V. Uootlmai.'a Drug Btorc. and tret Trial Bottle fnc , .wdJttry for youwU/ , never falls to cure . [ AVBN'SYOBKWITE COLOGNE , ado from the wild blowers of the . FAMED YOSKMl'TE A'ALLEy , is the most fragrant of perfumes. anufacturod by Jl. 13. Slavcn , Ban ancisco. For aalo io Omaha by W. Whitehouo and Koiinurd Uros. ' OMAHA SIDING. A Terrible Death Overbokeai Poor Laborer , Tlio Caronnr'n Itiquont rr.A th Verdict. On Saturday evening a terrible ac citlont occurred nuar Omaha Siding a poin1 ; on the B. & M. road ttv milca from the depot , v/here the eid track atari : ) which cronaco lower Fai nam ntrcot. The violim won Willinr II. Ilecao , n man nbout thirty-oigh yearn of age , and who resides wit ! his family , consisting of a wife am two email children , in a little tent jus opposite the fertilizing works nnd a the junction of the switch with th > main track. Reese at ono time worked at thi smelting works as a puddlor and then became leaded nnd waa sick for aonu time , losing his opoech , which ho wa just beginningtorecoyor. JQoworl'oc at the Omaha fertilizing works for time but on Friday went to woik a tlio barb wire works at the foot o Dodpo street. Ho had boon there al day Saturday nnd waa just returninc homo in the evening when ho mot hi death. Ho had taken the B. & M. aide of the track , which is almos an air line to his house , and nftor stopping at JBoyd'a packing house whore ho purchased a nicall amount o moat , ho proceeded homeward , the moat in his pocket and his dinno pail in his hand. A short time before , an enciiu which does switching for thoB. &M. A. & N. No. 53 , had run up towarc Farnam street and came down righ behind Reese , drawing ono car. Ther were several men walking on th track and all of them got off as th locomotive approached except th victim. The whiutlo and the boll boll sounded a warning , but tlio man pait no attention to them , nnd the crow who were -watching him , saw that ho would bo run dowr. eo the engineer , John Cor , "throM her over , " or in other worda reversal tho.ongino. Ono of the crow was rid ing on the front of the engine , whicl had no pilot , but only a stop , saw the coming danger and reaching out will his arm endeavored to push Ilcese who was at lr ot starting to leave tin track , out of the way. Ho spramec his hand badly , but did not aavo the man , who fell across the rail and was instantly run over by the front wheel of the engine and his body severed in twain nt the waist , the shreds of his clothing alone holding the dismembered bored parts together. The engine stopped before the second whoe struck him. Ho was completely dis pmbonrollod and probably was killoc instantly. Coroner Jacobs was notified by telephone - ophono from Boyd's packing houso. A Browd soon collected , and among them tvas the wife of the unfortunate man , who had been informed if her hus band's death1. After waiting for abou'l i half tin hour the body was , in ac- : ordanco with instructions from the joroner removed to the freight depot in Mason street. Here it was received jy Coroner Jacobs , who , accompanied jy THK BEE reporter , had driven Jown in his wagon. As there was lomo doubt ua to the identity of the remains an engine was detailed to sonvoy the oflicer nnd the reporter to .ho tent at Omaha Siding , whore it , Tas Bupposod his wife resided , which mrmosition proved true. Mrs. llceso was round with n couple > f neighbors who had gene in to con- lolo her and continued the report that t waa her husband who was killed , [ iving the particulars of his business is above and the address of his rola- ives and Hera. Tha deceased has another nether residing iu Johnstown , Pa. , ind a brother on the police force here. His relatives are said to beery ery well off. Mrs. Hooves has a trothor Thomas D. llowlands , living , bout live miles from Shelby , Iowa , nd telegrams were sent to both ilacos by , the coroner Saturday night , 'ho family was living in n state indi- ativo of very limited means , the ent being meai > erjy furnished and poor protection from the iclomonoy of the weather. Mrs , Eoeso is a large , and rather flno look- ig woman and tha children , a liUio oy of about seven and a little girl of bout throa yoarc , were really boauti- il , and evidently came ot goodotock , ho mother and little ones all bore a lok of unusual intelligence nnd evi- antly wore reduced to a level far be * > w what the iormor had once enjoyed id eomo words dropped by the widow idicated that Uioro was some akolo > ui in the closet by which they wore paratod from Uiu family. An inquest waa hold at Coroner icobs' at 10 o'clock yesterday morn- g , the crow of the "C3" being pros- id testifying to tha facts a given wvo. Tlio jury , ooueUtlng of Geo. Medlock'M. Fairish , John Droxc ! 0. S. Goodrich , James AVinship tin Fill McShano , brought in a verdict o accidental death nnd oxhoncratin tlio company'o employes. An answer to the telegram sent t Johnstown was received during th day saying to bury the remains here After some consultation , the B. & M rcprcsontativo offered to send th body and the family ao far as Chicagi free of charge , which would rcdur the expenses of a metallic caoo nm transportation of the body and fnmilj to § 110. Thia waa telegraphed ti Johnstown and an answer rocnlvci last night , "Can't etand it. Bury tin remains there and ncnd bill , " Thi would indicate that the folka an either not very well off or not auxiou to have the family come to them , o\ \ the liberal offer of the B. & M. rnadt the cost very low indeed , 1 A SURPRISE PARTY. At Which n Bold Son of Mars Re ooives a Lively Reception. The other day quito a lively rackoi occurred in a private- boarding house on ono of our best streets , kept by t highly respectable dressmaker. One of the rooms occupied by ar elderly gentleman was loft open , ai usual , for the gentleman to entei when ho came homo. During his absence senco a soldier coolly walked into the room , and the lady supposing that il was the lodger did not trouble about the matter. Long after midnight the genuine ledger arrived and found the door oi his room bolted , ft ot wishing to aroust the lady ho lifted the sash of ono ol the windows and crept into the room , when , to hia great surprise , he discov ered a soldier peacefully reclining on the bed , Ho at once demanded an explanation , and the soldier not being able to give any the old gentleman took a big heavy cane and admiuis- tared a terrible thrashing on the sol- dior. Ho chased him all over the yard before the soldier could find n moans of exit. The gentleman sends a cordial invi tation to the soldier to call again , when ho will bo received in the same kindly spirit , No Mutter What Happens You may ieat assured that yoir are safe in I eing speedily cured by THOMAS'EtEcritia OIL , in all cases of rheumatism , neuralgia , toothache , etc. One trial only is necessary to prove its efficacy. RAILROAD RACKET. Important Glmngo in the Burllnuton & Missouri Byetom. The Denver connection will make jomo important changes in the man- igemont of the Burlington & Missouri jystom in Nebraska , doing away ivith the re-billing of freight hereto fore done at Pacific Junction. This , vill diminish its force of employes at ; hat point , obviating the delay of iransferriug cars and freight. It will ilso necessitate quite a new departure ntho general management of business it the headquarter ; ) in Omaha ; a great leal of the work previously done hero s to bo managed by the Chicago , Burlinnton & Quhicy proper at their icadqunrtera in. Chicago. Cbo Effect of Smull Pox Overcome. ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , May 10,1881. U. H. WAUNKU & Co. : flira Small ) ox left me with weakened kidneys , ind only your Safe Kidney and Liver 3uro gave mo permanent relief. mDOdlw WILUAM K SurprJso Party , last Thursday evening was the cation of a very pleasant surprise to Jr. and Mrs. S. N. Mealio , at their esidoncn on Hartley street. The tarty was heartily welcomed by the iharming daughter , Miss Lizzio Mea- io. Tlio weather was all that any lorson could ask for , and the strains > f music could bo heard for blocks , nd Stoinhausor orchestra are noted or their beautiful music , The light antastic was kept tripping until a Boa- enable hour , and after a bountiful opast was served the party dispersed , fter a pleasant time , The ladies rero elegantly dressed. Space will iot permit a detailed list of these iresont , but among thorn were Mrs. . _ i T li r i. n Tt 11 i f * s * oi ) , 0. Hussio , Clara JJrovni , F. 'Neil , P. Liddell , If. Irish. M. DOS- lend , Me&tra. Goo. Flomnung , J. A. 'uttlo , 0. Will Baker. J. 0. Hearn , . P. Uay , J. O. Byrne , H. O , Berlin , . lloidmyer , Max Gladstone , 0. lidgely , T , Feeuey , Win. Tomsett , . Atwoodnnd O. Thcis * . ABOUT PAVING. Sotuo Information. Elicited a the Board of Trade Meeting1. Material Proposed , nnd Snooosn Elso\liorc. A Further Investigation Ordered B ; the Meeting- . A special mcotins ; of the board o trade waa hold on Saturday evening Prosidant U. 0. Clark in tlio chair. The president called the meeting t order , and said that this meeting wa called nt the BUgqeotion of Mayo Boyd , for the purpose of hearing a : address from Mr. A. L. "Barber , o Washington , D. 0. , on. the nubjecb o paving. Mr , Barber delivered a very in tercsting and exhaustive address 01 paving , from which wo glvo the fol lowing extracts : Ho Enid that thi subject of paving had been discussci in all ages , and the worl < had not yet conic to any decidei conclusion on this f.sub , j.ect. Ho wa not going to 'troubfb' them about thi various kinds of pavements in use bu would confine himself briefly to tin history of his compressed couoreto as phalt , which has been laid with grea success and has been found to posses1 advantages ever all other forms o pavements. There is in Switzerland , in the central tral portion of Europe , a rock whicl upon analysis is found to contaii about 90 per cent of limestone or cor bonato of limo impregnated with i black natural substance called bitu men and also called asphalt. Thai rock'waa quarried as men quarry othei kinds of stone and was laid on the sidewalks and paths in Switzerland. It was found that after the stone was broken up and laid down on the sidewalks , in the heat of summer and under the effect oi the trafllc that wae upon it , the fragments united and the Vr'J'olo surface became aa ono sheet , the bitumen that was in it acting as a moans of joining or cementing the various particles cogothor. This sug gested to a Frenchman that it might bo introduced successfully in largo cities , and in 1854 for the first time some of that natural rnck was brought to Paris and laid in small quantities in ono of the streets there , with sucl very satisfactory results that in tha ind following years moro of it wua laid , until there is in Paris to-day a least 000,000 square yards of it laic ilown. There are several kinds of asphal in use , the Ncuchatol Val do Tra rcrs nnd Seyssoll , which are namoc iftcr the places which produces them. The advantages nf this asphalt wai luch in Paris that it was introduced in London in 18G9 , About that time ill ever this country there was a craze ) n the subject of concrete pavements , which lasted n year or two following : ho panic. There came ever in the latter par ! > f 18(50 n Bolqian , who was a ihcmist in his nwn country and yho had been in Paris at .the iino this natural rock was used. He ound that the cost of paving brought nto New York would bo 5 per tent , t the minor , $5 for transporting it to ? aris , and $15 for transporting it rom Paris to Now York , or about > 25 per ton delivered at Now York , nd a still higher figure if delivered nto interior cities. This brought the Srico of the foundation to about $4 , 5 , or $0 a uquaro yard , lie went to work and devised some- lung that would bo equal to it , and , f possible , superior , and the result ras the concrete ho was advocating. In 1870 for the first time this sphalt waa introduced into the city f Now York. Sample blocks were lid m various parts of the city nnd hey are there to-day and in good hapo and in excellent condition con- idoring the crude primitive methods hey had , and the limited amount of nowlodgo which are noccssary in all uch businesses. Certificates have eon given by all the principal express Dinpaniea bearing testimony that the avement ia in their opinion vastly uporior to any other , u 1875 it was laid in Philadelphia om Walnut to Ohesnut stiootH. this avomont is there to-day and is cor- . ( led to by citizens , and was describ- i as "a most rom ark able picoo of averaent" in a loading" editorial in 'he ' Philadelphia Lodgor. Washington prior to the war was , possible in a worse state than Oma- a to-day , both in mud iu wet woath- r , and dust iu dry weather. About tia time there was a great hue and y to bring the capital from Wash- igton to St. Louis. Wo have turn- 1 what waa the wont paved city in the states , inlo your beat paved oil in this country , end home go BO far t to say in the world. With regard to price this pavemcr with sis inch hydraulic concrete fout dation , including grading withou curbing , ho figured at from $2.75 t $3.00 per square yard. Probabl $2.75 , possibly less. It must bo n membured that when the foundatio is once laid il will bo there for a timo. Engineers In Washington figur citrht cents per equaroyardpor anuur for repairs. Sonio very interesting question wcro then put to Mr. Barbpr , wh answered them very Hatisfictorily. Mr. E. Kosowatcr niado a few re marks on the subject. lie mentioned the fact that ho ha scon asphalt in 1851 in Prague. Thi waa laid on a flat foundation in fron of the. depot. Ho was a schoolboy a the time , and ho observed it witl curiosity and thought it was a singl rock , and ho wondered how a rock o such great dimensions could Ifav been brought there. Ho learnt after wards that it was asphalt. Ho had aeon the Washinstou pave mouts. Ho always thought ttio on ! ; difficulty will bo to got some ono to d < it just right. ' In reply to enquiries respecting thi alipperinoss of this asphalt , it was neat at all slippery of itself. Of coursi in winter time if there ia ice on thi pavompnt it would be slippery , bu then it is the ice and not the pave ment which ia objectionable. Ptfvomonts of Paris and Londot cost $1 per yard , and they make con tracts for 17 years. For the firs three yeara there ia no charge for rewiring wiring , for the remaining fourteen pears the company charges an Englist shilling or 25 cents per annum. The following rcsulution was pro posed by the secretary and carricc nem. con. : Resolved , That the information given by Mr. Barber on the nsphall pavement has boon very satisfactory ind wo would recommend a commit' : oo of five bo appointed to further in vestigate the subject ho has intro duced in roferpnco to this particulai pavement , which we doom of vast im portance to our city interests. The meeting then adjourned sine die. Virtue Aoliuoiirlodyod. Mrs. Ira Mulholland , AUmny , N. Y. . vritea : ' 'For several year I luvo suffered rom oft-recurring billiuuB headaches , dys- icpsia , and complaints peculiar to my ECX. 3luce u ing your BuimocK BLOOD UITTEIW I am entirely relieved. " Price $1,00. Army Orders. The following are the latest orders issued from the headquarters of the department of the Platte , Omaha , Nebraska : Recruit Fred W.Woiglo , enlisted at Fort D. A. Russell , Wy. , ia assigned to Company I , Fourth infantry. Leave of absence for fifteen dayH , to take effect on or about the llth in- itant , ia granted Capt. William A. Eldorkin , commissary of subsistence. The commanding oflicer Fort D. A. [ lusaoll , Wy. , will order Companies B and I , Fourth infantry , at Fort Utidger , Wy. , for duty in connection vitli malung n road from the latter ) est to Fort Thornburg , Utah. The luartormaster'a department will fur- liah the necessary transportation. The following letter is published 'or information of this command : " \VAU DEI-AUTJIKNT , Adjutant Gen- iral'a Ottlco , Washington , May 24 , .882 , The attention of the secretary if war has been called to the moagro- less of the information frequently > resented in proceedings of boards of urvpy , rendering them , in many cases , if little value in reaching ft decision ipon the matter at issue , It too often appears that the facts loveloped by tlio board are regarded A for the information of the members nly , and it seems to bo forgotten that ho object of a board of survey is to ocord the facts not only for its own ise but for the information and guid- nco of the commanding oflicer as well a of the secretary of war ( see para- raps 1410. 1411 and 141H of the legulatious ) , by whom tho.procoed- tigs may have been reviewed , The secretary of war desires that lie foregoincr remarks bo comnumi- atod to your command for the in- Dnnution of boards of survey. K. C. ) rum , adjutant general. " Profitable Patieuta , The most wonderful and marvelous access in casea where persons are ck or wasting away from a condition f misorablenosF , that no ouo knows hat ails them , ( profitable patients > r doctors , ) is obtained by the use of [ op Bitters , They begin to cure om the first dose and keep it up un- 1 perfect health and strength is re ared. Whoever is afilicted in this ay need not suffer , when they can it Hop Bitten. [ Cincinnati Star , TEKIUBLE DEATH. A Boy'a Skull tTncturod by a Falling Brick. Saturday seems to have been an un lucky day , as there wcro two fatal , accidents within n few hours of each other. The firafc of these was one which happened at the headquarters of the Linninger & Motcalf agricultu ral implement warehouse , the old brewery building , near the Willow- Spring distillery. The proprietors wcro making aomo changes about the building , filling up what waa formerly used as an ice house with debris , which was run into it from the bank above through a long chute. At the foot of this chute a couple of bojs about 10 years of ago wcro playinc. They wore Nola Turtlcson and William Snyder , the latter a son of Mr. William Snyder , who works in the blacksmith shop of Simpson's carriage factory. These boys had been around the premises several times shooting at pigeons with a sling shot. They had been ordered away but persisted in coming around , and at the time of the accident young Snyder was jumping from the chute to the pile of rubbish which. drops through from above. As ho was on this dump -pile'a heavy load of earth and rugs waa thrown - down From above , flying through the chute witL tremendous forco. One itono struck young Snyder on the back of the head. The boy ran out crying loudly and waa mot by a work- tuan from the distillery , wh * saw that \ liis head waa bleeding and inquired \ . I what was the matter. The boy nn- jwerod that the atone had fallen on his dead and ho at once fell insensible to the ground. Ho waa conveyed to his homo on Sixth and Pcarca streets and Drs. Darrow and Parker were called in , who found upon examination that a fracture about the aizo of a half dollar had been made by the rock. The boy died soon aftsr the examination. Coroner Jacobs - cobs waa notified , who repaired to the house where a coroner's jury was em panelled , and after hearing the testi mony of several witnesses brought in a verdict of accidental death in ac cordance with the facts stated above. BENEKE'S BATCH. Who Will bo HoryedUp for tha Grand Jury to Deal Wltn To-day. Judge Bonoko Saturday made out transcripts for the various pris oners who had been brought before trim , and upon examination held them under bail to wait the action of the jrand jury Juno term cf the district jourt. The following are the names of those who will in accordancu with these papers put 'in an appearance to * lay to stand an examination : . John Pierson , who ia charged with grand larceny , the offense consisting in the alleged robbery of a p : > cketbook : ontaining $55 , which ho took from i friend who was in an out-kouse. John Day , acoused'of breaking into .ho . house of Mrs. Leopor about 10 ) 'clocka few mornings Ego , Ho was : aught In the act , and some of the itolen goods found upon hia person. Henry Donohuo , charged with ) urelary of the residence of Hon. E. J. Bartlott. James Murphy and William Kirt- nnd , charged with holding up and ebbing Adolph Siofkin at the door of us residence , near the Baptist church , 'lie property taken consisted of a ratch and chain and a small amount f money. Charles Finn , chrrgod with larceny s bailee in stealing $1,300 from J , t. Manning & Co. Sydney Smith , charged with embez- lomont of $355 and of sowing ma- liinea from Wheeler & Wilson corn- any. Smith was their agent in this lace for a long time , but was addicted ) drink and after sending one man to 10 state penitentiary finally skipped ut himself , leaving his family and the awing machine company both behind , lo waa arrested in Little Hock , Ark. , hero he was acting as agent > r the same company , , and was rought back to Omaha and lodged in til , where ho awaits the charge of io grand jury. Charlea Dearborn charged with ealing a valise and contents at the . P. doput. Oarr Kendall nn.d Mra , Finorty largod the former with having stolen quantity of valuable jewolory from 10 residence of Charles E. Albert on 10 morning of the 10th of May , and 10 latter being detained aa a witness L the same caso. A portion of the welry was found ou her person con- : alod in her stocking , and was proved i be given her by Kendall.