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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA PEIDAY AUGUST 11 , 188
The Daily Bee.
Morumt , Aufj. 1C
* Wont7ior Mopott.
( The follow ing obrervntiim- taken
the name moment of time at all the stall'
named , )
W.vn lir.\imir.KT , U , S. SIGNAL SKIV
K , UMAHA , A UK. 10.1882. ( hlfip.m ,
KItcr 8ft 0 Inches atioto low water mark
Otikbit , I feet II Inches Yankton ; Mlsilulpi
4 feet 7 Inches at Ii Crone , and 7 feet Inch
LOOAL BHBV1TIBS ,
Tl/o latest war is between two coal i
oumiAnIcH | who are cutting price * on enc
oilier in Omaha and Council Bluffs.
The city lax levy for 1B82 In $7 ?
The Union Pacific b ml picnic c
Saturday , nt Wahoo , will be n delighUi
The woik of Kradini ; the lot back i
Strang'n block for Uie new onijlno houi
wag liegnn yc t ( rdny.
The county treasurer is still bui.y co
Icctlng delinquent pcr.'onnl taxcn , and th
next uiovo will bo to fend out the const :
There were UFO case * of dlslnrlmnc
of the peace before .fuJgo ] ! cueko to-d.ij
Ono paid A fine und th uthcr wa dl
O.'l' . McCarty , nstiilantgeneral tickc
agent of the U. 1' . , is the recipient of n
exquisitely carved mcersclmum pipe fron
The UtmglaH County ] ' 'air wnoclatloi
will Rive their exhibition this fall fn con
ticctlon with the Rtnto fuir. Artu-leu m.v
be cnteicd for premiums iu both falrn.
Theio will be twogamoi of bate bal
tliti nftcrnoon : I'ho Union I'AslIic
VB. the Council BlulTa , nnd the U. & M. ' ,
vs. Simlding'a nh o of Chicago.
A Good Investment OrLCt-ry bus
ness for mlo in a ( iecirablo and raiildh
growing Ii cality iu South Omaha. 8atl <
factory ieanona for telling will be given
Address A. 15. , IIK ! ; ollico.
A young mnn who WAD arrested f i
Htenlinc a watch on the night ot July -III
and CKcapeil from the county jail , wax ro
nrrcBtod Wednesday for intoxication und
sent up for ten daya.
Sixty-one recriiitH from Jefferson bar-
rackH , Jlo. , in charge of Captain G. H.
Kvans , of the Tenth cavalry , went out on
the noon train bound for Sidney , Ne
braska. They are rmnlgued to the Fifth
A iirbt-clo.su private gymnasium ban
Lecn dtnrlod in this city which will supply
a long-fell want. It is excellently fitted
with every appliance that an nthleto could
( lexire. The instigators are Chat Morgan ,
president ; II. JI. Wells , managerj and
Frank WaBserintiii ; treasurer. Ono of the
moms in the City hall is utilized for that
Marshal Augell and Henry Boltn re
turned yesterday frrm Mound City , Kan , ,
uithout Peiiperkorn. They finally ran down
the couple they neru nfter , but they were not
the ones wanted , although strikingly ( dnil-
hr In appearance , ago nnd other particu
lars. Had not Mr. Uolln been along , the
nmrshul would have brought them to
The many friendsof lion. S. 1C. Jack-
HOU will learn with jogret of bin departure
on noon train yeuterduy for Kvunston on
business for the coHijuiny. Mr , Jackeon IH
ono of the uldefct cmployea of the U. 1' , ,
having bctu hero with them for fourteen
years , and for tome time pni < t having held
the ponitlon cf foreman of the paahenger
car department of tlio shops. Wcdnoi-
day nLotit i fly of his old nhnpinatcti visited
him at his rcaldenco in North Omaha ,
where complimentary speeches were ox.
changed , Bongs sung and refrealuneuta en-
TiiKliKK rojorter had the i > 'enniro
rereutly of meeting a very pleaHint
tile ( if gentlemen from Plattsmouth :
MCSJW. V. II. Pottcnger , of the . & M. ,
P. K , Hutfner , the ngriculturnl implement
mnn , and GeorgeII , Thompson , the archi
tect. 'J ho first nainul gentleman In a
genltiJ , Ho can imitate a brans band to
the queen's taste.
Members f IJeao n lodge , No , i ! i , I.
O , O. V , , will please meet in llhrcry rooms
at 7:15 : , Kiiday evening , for the purpose of
viiltlng Omaha lodge No , 2 , in a body.
Wylle C'legg , Secretary ,
A meeting -was ht-M Wednesday to
complete arrangements for the gentle
men's roadster * ' rac nt the Driving Park
Saturday afternoon , -fo new cutrlus wo c
made , KutrK-a will be cloned 1'rlduy even
ing nt 7 o'clock , Messrs. Nash , Uruner ,
Cunningham and Ilornterger have inudo
Any parties wishing to attend the
camp meeting to lie held at Dennett under
the auspices of the Western Holiness
association next week , can piocuro round
trip certificated at one nud one-fourth
fare by applying to Kev. J. W. Stewart ,
of the First M , K , church , thU city.
Ifrank Ludiugton , one of the best
known nnd popular resident * of the Sixth
ward and the champion contractor of the
Oregon bhort llntr.left yesterday for Little
Wood Creek , I aho , with his entire
family. ThU point Is about 32.r mile *
from Ogdeu. Mr. hudingtou will un
doubtedly reside in the far wett until the
short Hue It complettd , Many friend * In
Omaha wish him and family abundant iuo
cess and prosperity In their now homo.
One of the men at work on the new
Academy of the Sacred Heart , came netr
getting killed yetterd y morning , A hml.
ful of t ricks fell from the top of the bui ding -
ing and one of them struck the uiau on the
bead , making a neveie gash in il and ttuti-
tnlng him for n while.
THE CAP SHEAF.
An Enterprise that Lays On
iiary Imitations in
tlio Mo ,
Remarkable Record of Tfcr
Ye my in Trndo.
The Great Qtoiitry I'onnoof Pniti
The Conveniences and Fr.cllttlos
tholr Now Quarters.
Tlio past few yoara have brought
Omafm morn than th * usual ahnro
ircppcrily and have nocn improv
ncnts made that tranoform our ci
'rom ix inodiocni froulior town to
netropolls which la recognized nllov
the Great Wcat as the city clcHtincd
future to wield n gronter influom
than any other in the tninu-Miasi
aippi country. With ita constantly ii
creasing railroad facilities , Omaha
every year becoming moro in n pea
lion to claim precedence in many r
apccts to tlio great cities of the caa
and to show her power over the van
rich country , as justly tributary to hi
as over were vassala to a princo.
As the city has experienced this ui
preccdoniod growth of wealth an
business influence all classes of IK
citizens have prospered and noti
moro so than hur merchantswho hav
worked hard to buifd up the
trade and intend to do moi
yet , and so conduct their bus
IICBB as to cut off nil caster
competition , the western denlci
fast cliccuvcring that it is to their iti
toresl to buy goods from thin poinl
This had led to n necessity for mor
convenient and commodious quartet
for some of our firms , and thus to th
building up mid beautifyiii ;
our streets. Among the man ;
handsome and imposing structure
which stand an monuments to tin
business success of their owners , uoni
is moro uotuworlliy than the Hplt'iulu
four-atory brick structure on Tentl
street , recently completed mid occu
pied by the well known firm of Pax
ton & Galla 'liur , nholcnalo grocero
They Iwvo now , without quos
lion , the largest mid th <
moot BUitablo grocery house ii
the western country , and at tin
oamo time iv building that for beauty ,
convenience and utility cannot b (
beaten by any similar institution ii
Chicago or Now York. So say thust
who know. It is the most Attractive
night on Tenth otreut and covers a
piece of ground 100 by 132 foot in
sine. The approaches to the IIOUBO
from the street , paved at pri
vate ospenso , to the broad
stone walk in front of the building
hint at the convunienccn of the inte
rior , but ono floor of which is visible
ihrpugh the huge plato glana windows
ivhich enclose the oflious and counting
oem from the outer world.
THE BBK reporter stuppcd in yea-
orday and was gratiQpd by an inspoc-
.ion pf the entire building and nemo-
vhat _ ot the buDUicua transacted
heroin , and no bettor subject could
jossibly bo desired to enlarge upon at
his Reason of the year. Once within
-ho doors the reporter found himself
n a spacious counting room , which
iccunioa the full length front of the
wilding , with the exception of a ton
bob passage way for the city trade ,
teing about 40 by 00 foot in size.
7ho forcu engaged in the buying do
> artmont are ullotod desks in the
outh half of the room , while n
ow of elegant and nttraotivo ,
ample caseo with broad glass doorc ,
ino the throe fides of tlio oppositu
lalf. The two dopartmonta are cut
if ! from the rear part of the house by
light wood nnd glass pirtition ,
rhich given n full view of all the tran-
actionsgoingon , yotnononf the usunl
nttrruptions from bustle. Leaving the
iflice and passing out into i-nst half of
ho first lloor , the vast wareroom io
ound filled with atawli's , sHgam , cof-
ees , teas , tobaccos , etc. Turning to
hr > right the numt important feature
if the now grocery headquarters bo-
omes appaiant , its location ,
fho propurty which in on
Oth ulreot , north of the creasing
if the U. P. whop tracka ia BO fixed
hat ix tr.ick is run the full length of
hu houth aitlf- , enabling the firm to
lave goods delivered on the cars at
heir HIOUA broad platform la con-
truotod In re and truclii wore busy
onvoying Uio incruhniiduo ficin u
lumber of loaded ours into iho liouti * .
\ti it would n few munUm ago have
loon nccoRsary to b.nil tl'.Mn gui d up
L'onth street , thn.ngh mud t.v , fi-r.t
leop , a distuncD of tic r y H uiiki i' '
vill bo ouon that iu thit tiuo i a
; roat Burint ; of tniin ua Wil ts < >
lonao , while tli y nui hun.-'o ' t'.r . .
iniOB nn muii } I'cut'N ' aa \\liui t'uj '
< ioro up town ,
Thi > olllco or the tupping nnd 10
civing cleik ia i-onvoiiiuntly locattit
list inside And the door opening out
ui the platform which yivcs him con-
onient acceso to the cats at any time.
To ntill further f > iuililato matters
horu ia the tmi foot entrance alluded
o , on the northwest cornur of the
oem and fully one hundred
not away , which ia to acoommcdato
he city trade , and which entirely
void * all confusion and clashing with
ho country elilmmmts , Near thia
ntronco is a hand elevator for bring-
UK down city goods nnd handling
hat business entirely , while clear
cross the room , near the shipping
lork'a ofllco , is a llalo'a hydraulic ele-
ator of gigantic size , which will
arry loada of from 3,500 to1,000
lounds from the basement to the
uurth iloor , as easy aa fulling off u
3R. It only takeH five loads ( o ex-
iiuiat the contents of the heaviest
jaded car. The gentleman who
aided the icporter over the buildup
wortod emphatically that it was the
' ( at elevator in use and "no taffy , "
The basement room was next visited
> y the reporter. Hero are kept all
lip heavy goods , rope , nails , paper ,
ah , etc. , nnd in the great room , 88
y 120 feet , a year's rations for nn
rmy could bo stored. It is n splendid
asomontroom , well lighted nnd diy
Another llight on the elevator und
the second floor , proper , of the sii
dimensions aa the basement , is fou
to bo the rcceptsclo of fancy grocer
and caao goods of all kind ) , grocerii
notions and cigars. The latter t'
nrticka have an apartment partition
off for IhciDBolvoa , and another div
ion enclosed n smaller rot in , in win
the smaller articka are packed f
The thi d floor is used for lig
goodr , wooden and willow ware , cor
ago , twine and bagging. In short n
to go into de'ails too much the hou
is stored . .cm turret to founJalu
atone with goods of tlio various 1m
handled by the firm and In SIM
order that it is no wonder that tin
are delighted with the clinngo fro
their old quarter : on the HoUthon
corner of 1'nrnam and Fifteen
The now homo just described w
begun last fall , the foundations bcii
laid during the early part of the wii
tor. The idosian waa furnished 1
Dufrcsno and Mondoltsohn , the arch
tccta , and it is certainly able to boi
any amount of examination and the
appear faultless , O.io of tl
managers ( aid to the report *
that if ho had the house I
build over again , now that i
conveniences have been thorough !
tested ho would not alter it in a sing !
particular. Thia is something fo
builders on earth over Bay.
As all know , the linn doing businei
in this house , Paxton and Gallagliei
are as popular and widely known t
any in this city or country nnywhon
Altough they have now been in tli
business just throe years , that bus
ness , which was very largo from th
start w/o four times greater last yea
than during the fir.it year , rcachin
the handsotno figure of over two mil
lions of dollars. Thcro are seven t
ten men constantly on the roai
and twenty more employed in rospoi ;
aiblo positions in the house , while rcsi
dent brokers are kept all the time i :
Now York , Chicago and St. Louis
who watch the markets and are ii
daily communication with the hous
The territory covered by the sales
men for Pnxton & Gallagher is half o
this enormous farm of Undo Sam's
embracing Nevada , Idaho , Utah.
Montana , Wyoming , Colorado , Dv
kola , Nebraska , Kansas , Westori
Iowa , and all the country , in fact ,
west of the Missouri river.
The firm is composed of Hon. Win.
A. Paxton and Benjamin Gallagher ,
i'hu ' former , though not an active
partner , ia really the motive power o !
iho great houso. Ilo ia known nl
pver the western country and
in ono of Nebraska's most popular ,
successful nnd wealthy men.
Benjamin Gallagher , the active
partner and general manager of the
mat nnd important business ia well
md favorably known as an enterprising
uid successful business man , whosi
ibility has been fully established by
im twenty years work west of the
The buy ing is done under the super
rision of Mr. llobort Easson , and the
lounting-room is under the able man-
of Mr. W. A. L. Gibbon.
J'jth ' of thcao gentlemen received
heir business education principally h.
Jhicago , having boon idontiGod with
urge houses there for many yearn.
The house alms to do business on
triotly business principles. They
ookonly the best trade , men who nro
harp buyers nud prompt pay , nnd
hey guarantee to buyers bottom
igurea in their trado. They
ave introduced themselves to
ho public most favorably in the past
nd , having served their customers
loncstly and well , wo predict for
liuin in future an increased share of
atronage , which is sure to bo mutual-
'f beneficial and satisfactory.
"Woman's Trao Friend.
A friend in need ia n friend indeed. Thia
onucftii deny , especially when assistance la
jwlored when one is uurtjly nflllctod with-
Uoaso , more particularly those com-
laintH and wonknonHcs so common to our
jtnalo population. Every woman should
now that Kloctrlo Bitters are woman's
rue friend , and will positively restore her
. ) health , even when nil other remedies
UI. A Hlnglo trial always proves our as-
: rtlon. They are pleasant to the taste ,
ml only COB ! fifty cents n bottle. Sold by
I , F. uoodman
The "Hawthorn Centennial Ex-
oloior Hoof Pnint , " was patented May
1th , 1881 , nnd Jotters patent num-
er 241 , 803. Any person found or
nown to tamper with the manu.
icturo of said paint will bo punish-
d to the full extent of law. No per-
on lina any authority whatever to aell
ocoipla. HAWXUOUK & Duo. ,
Lancaster , Pn.
WHAT BEFELL flRTJNSON.
inotlior victim of th j Conlldenco
UttinoArieut of the Blmrpor.
On 'I'hurMluy lant n wyll-tu-lo block
inn nauifd S. II. Bruncmi from Do
oto , ljlUi county , Town , utriviclac
tu > trnnktVr on his -.viy to Sun Krai.-
ixt'o. Ifo il.iro got in with r.n uld
nar h'i ? M J ctc d'i'd hlie 4i d
' i d in.il l.JH hnir Btiunl n' ' v.jlhm -
t bo ! gmy luiib tudi nn l.nu v.-nk
nd j/uio / K.\o feivith us ru i-uhly
ompi'imation lo hhid nrrlting , hi neat
cwnpnpor num. Tl.o ttinnj.r in con-
oraation with Druiuoi ) jioatcd him on
lie unjutt bridge moiirpoly nnd In
armed him that he ought to buy a
okot across the river because
10 faro if paid pn the cars would
o double the amount. Brun-
in found out this was the
uth nnd hia heart rather warmed lo
io- new made acquaintance. Then
ija'.n ho naw him in conversation
ith two ladies , ono of whom ho re-
resented as his daughter , and the
idles' society naturally impressed
irunson in the old man's favor ,
trango to say ho was informed that
lie two ladies were going exactly to
10 same place Brunson was , nnd the
ippory confidence man had to go to
malm to BOO them safely on their
ostward journey. Brunson'H ticket
as only good to the Bluffs , nnd ho
d to purchase n ticket to continue
is journoy. Hearing this the 0 , M.
lid he know where ho could got n
ckot for thirty dollaj-s in Omaha
id Brunson would save money by
uying it. This , of course , wan
iendly OB friendly as n glass of
: uro lemonade to a country gal at a
rous. The river won croisea and u
nk ! up the .Tenth street boulevard
commenced. Before reachine Paxt
it Gallagher's mammoth wholes ;
hou e a man c < ime running after t
confidence man and told him the
dies could not bo put on the tram u
til a balance of thirty-six dollars
paid. The old man pulled outachc
for some seven hundred dollars yrhi
the ptotendcd bngyago man said
could not cswh. Then Bruiuon n
appealed to. He had not the reqi
site amount. Could ho loan $30 f
twenty minutes ? Of coureo , ard
handed out $40 , receiving back
which made the loan $34 nut. T ,
sharper disappeared , and his twcn
minutes only ended yesterday. E
idently his idea of the eand in t
hour-glass is not good. Brunson soi
saw how ho had been taken in , ai
feeling mad enough at himself to cht
off the car of a cast iron dog , ho to
Oflicor Donahue. The latter roquet
cd him to keep mum , and cx < u
ing n promise that ho wou
atop hero on hia rotur
from Glenwood , Iowa , whcro ho hi
to go to replomish his putso , the c ;
ficor awaited developments. Yc
torday when the 'J o'clock damn
came over Donahue nabbed his in :
and Brunson arriving at the Ban
time , immediately identified him
the sharper. Ho acknowledged tl
corn and wanted to settle , but w
quietly settled in the county jail
nwait n trial yesterday. Tl
sharper is known by n dozen aliaec
but yesterday he refused to give ni
name. Ho is well known na a mini
terial looking old follow , who is fr
quently on the trains nnd can 1
readily recognized by n crippled ham
An example Hhould bo made in th
case that would cause the cheek of
confidence man to blush as red as
Juno cherry , if such a thiug is peas
bio on this mundane sphere.
Ttmt Husband of Mlno.
Ia three times the man ho was b <
fore ho began usinu' "Wells' Healt
llencwer. $1. Druggists.
C. P. Iddiogp , of North Plattc , is at t !
J. U. Itocd , of Tckamali , is at tl
II L. Gldloy , of Mnlveni , Iowa , ia i
Thoa. H. Mlllholland , of Now York , i
lit the Creighton.
Mrs. Lucy Smith and daughter , of Frt
nont , are at the Millnrd.
J. 1 * . Pailoy , of Council UlnH * , was a
ho Metropolitan lust night.
James P. Lobdull , who sells proprietar ;
nediclnep , is at the Millnrd.
Pinnk I. Evanc , representing tin
American Refrigerator line , ia in the city
John T. Palmer , Tom Watson , O. ] )
lildreth , M. L. Stcwait and Win. George
U from the Lake I. ity , ore at the Ortigh
James A. Campbell , a rising younp at >
on.ey of Stanton , and a first-class gentle
inn , leaves for home to-day , nfter Eovernl
\aya \ in the city on business.
Alex Street , of North Pintle ; J. K. Gil
oui , of Kisicg ; 'l. M Hurd , of Wheele
aunty , and Charles M. Clark , of 1'latts
louth , are at the Metroplitan.
James Myow , of Ogden ; J. II. Key'
olds , of Wymore ; Hiram A , lluughton
f Friend ; S. N. Stevenson , of St. P ul
' . E. White , of Plattsmouth ; George N
'ost , of York ; C. A. Dunn , of Nebraaki
lity , andL. , , O. Dearborn , of Wayne , an
t the llillard from Nebraska.
Lot. IJrown , of Nebraska City , was ii
Victor Vifquain , of Crete , was at thi
M. A. Motz leaves to-day for Nev
fork to purchase stock.
A. D. Chumberluin , of Cheyenne , wiu
i the city yesterday on hia way home fron
0. W. Sherman , editor of the Platts
louth Journal , was in the city Wednee.
ay attending the democratic caucus.
Mift ) Maud Kendall and Mias Jet tie
lurlbut have returned from Lincoln ,
rhcro they have been visiting friends.
Mr. T. P. Lyon , city bill poster and
iroprietor of the Millard hotel cigar stand ,
ift jesterdny for nn extended tii [
C. P. Allen , formerly of lied Cloud , but
t present hailing from Milwaukee , wae
i the city Wednesday en routn to Nortl
Governor Hail , the newly appointed
ovcruor of Wyoming territory , pasietl
ii rough Omaha on the noon train , bound
j Cheyenne to nutumo his gubernatorial
Mies Ella Kennedy , onu of Omaha'i
lopulur young Indief , has gone lo Djnvoi
0 see tue expneiitlou. She will bo nbtenl
bout n inonlh.
Preston Wclf , formerly connected witli
liu pi ulnr Ihunelt house , of Cincinnati ,
if the past two or three years with Pout-
wer ! Not Young , nt Sully , and more re.
? ntly tiavcllng friight Qgcnt of the
'niuhn ' \ St , Puul road , H installed as one
1 tlie tegular force of clerks at the Mil-
nd , He is well known to traveling n en
iiroiighout the country , and will pioso n
opular in hU new uphcrn ua ia the pro
jdlng oiien. _
iKNDIJKHT Jennie Mary , daughter of
Mr. und Mrs , Lt-udbert , uiod ; 3 inontht
nnd 1'J days.
Puneral to-day at U p. in , , from the
uldtnce on KlgliUenlh nnil Ciwa streeta
.11 friends invited.
A Vexed. Uleruyroan.
I'ven the patience of Job would become
xhnnated wore he a preacher nud cndeav *
ring to interest hlu audience while they
era keeping up an Incretixaut coughing
laking it impossible fur him to be heard ,
'ct , how \ery cosy can nil tliis be avoided
y simply using Dr. King's New DIscovo-
I' for Consumption , Coughs nnd Colds
rial liuttl'ea given away at C , P. Good.
LIU'S drug stern
bo Rivalry Between the U. P. and B
& M. Dines.
i Iho lUso 13111'Uttor ;
In your issue of the 8th inst. under
10 head of "Base Ball Notes" you eny
the patrons of base ball regret that
io two games on Saturday next will
.progress . at the same time , etc. , "
id refer to the feeling existing be-
reon the U , P. and B. & 1 , clubs.
An outsider might with reason i
why ( should any other than good fc
ing exist between the clubs. Perhn
an explanation may bo found for t
existing state of affairs in the fact tl :
the U. P , Athletic association waa i
tabliahed with the expectation of hr
ing a grand monopoly of the profits
bo derived from base ball in Omali
On thii bails a grinding policy w
odopted in transactions with otli
clubs , and n bulldozing tone used wi
poor nsrfocintion.s and so > n vlnwii
an offshoot of ono railro ;
monopoly discriminate ntpui
a tprout from another. Gompotitio
sir , 13 the life of trade In base ball
other business , and the B. t M , , b
lieving this , organized their nacoci
lion with the intention of making
win , and , in the language of n fricn
"deprecating violence in any form
hnvp come into the field to share tl
busineca with the U. P. , not recogni
ing any riuht on their part to n in
nopoly of Saturday or nny other di
for basn ball , The B. & M. naka i
the public a fair field and no favo
they do not deserve , promising
give as great attractions as the oth
house ncrors the street.
Horsforil's Aold Pkosphnto nn
Dr. M. H. Henry , Now York , say
"Ii possesses claims as a beverage , b
yond anything I know of in the fori
of medicine , and in nervous diseases
know of no preparation to equal it
For Rent or Sale. A good hnusoi
six rooms , in good repair , and lot , T
x220 , on Fifteenth street , north i
Rent , S1G.OO per month , Will sc
for $800 00 , small cash payment , nn
balance on monthly installments.
Inquire at Newspaper Union , 12t
SLAVEN'S YOSEMITE COLOGN :
Made from the wild flowers of tl :
FAK FAMED YOSEMITE VALLEY
it i the most fragrant ot perfutnoi
Manufactured by H. B. Slnven , Sa
Francisco. For Halo In Omaha by \ \
J. Whltchouso and Kcnnato Bros
WANTED. A good soconu-hnii
bicycle. Address box X , Contn
City , Neb 10-3t
The exhibition of the picturoi nt tl ]
Y. M. C. A. , collected by llpn. Cha :
IJewoy whl'o on his tour around the work
will be Riven at the association rooms Pii
day evening. Of the collection fifty hav
Lecn nicely framed. Mr. Hospc hn
kindly loaned to the JU-bociation a nuinbe
if eascli for the occasion , which will ndi
to the display x try iniicli. Thiro will b
no charge for ndm'.siioa , nnd a very coi
Jial invitation id given to nil.
Bucklm'H Arnica Walvo.
The BKST SALVK in the % vorld for Cut
Bruises , Sores , Ulceru , Lnlt llheuia , F
per Sorea , Tetter , Chopped llands , Chi
blaini , Corns , and nil skin ernptiona , am
positively curea yiles. It is guaranteed t <
jive satiefactfon or money refunded
I'rice , 2(5 cents per bor. For aalo .by 0
I" . Goodman
The Missouri Pacific railway ia tin
Short Line to all points in Texas aw
iho Great Southwest. The elegance o
ita trains between Omaha , Kansai
3ity and St. Louis cannot bo surpass
} d , and for quick time and low rate :
it stands at the head. For full ant
reliable-information call at ticket office
ser Farnam and 14th streets in Pax
: on Hotel. G. H. FOOTE ,
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Cho Election of the Renmlnlnc
Toachora for 1882-3 Other
At the adjourned regular meeting
> f the school board last evening then
vore present Messrs. Anderson , Con
joyer , Forpmon , Long , McShano nnc
Bresident Long notified the board
hat complaints are made of the num-
icr of houses of ill-fame located in the
'icinity of the Third ward school , and
ho board will send in a memorial to
ho city council , asking that they bo
The committee on teachers and text
> ouks made a report recommending
ho election of the following teachers
0 fill vacancies : Jennie Stull , Clara
Schlosinger , Fannie Wood , Caasic
iohnllor ; also the following an teach-
irs in the E'oventh and Contra street
phool , but not to receive salaries un-
il the school opens ; Mary Buchanan ,
Jaura Atkinson , Annie Quigloy.
There was sumo sharp talk between
rlcaars. Anderson and Ferguson ovci
, resolution introduced l.i which Mr.
Anderson considered that u personal
.ttack was made on him and the res-
lution wan referred back to the com-
nittue from which it uame.
A motion to proceed to ballot for
ccretary was not eecondcd.
On motion the board proceeded to
allot tor supnrintoiidoti * of the pub
ic Bchoolrt , with the following result ;
' [ o. Lane S
1 D. Hiue 1
leury M , James. ' . . . . . , II
line , , ! 1
.ane , , 1
amen. , , , -1
Mr. James was declared duly elected.
The superintendent's salary waa
ixed at $3,000 a year.
The board then nd'ournod.
! HE NEW SUPERINTENDENT.
lo Cornea With the Blgbeat Kind ot
The action of the board of education
ist evening In raising the salary of the
jpcrintendent of public tchools to
3,000 per annum , and the election of
fr. Henry M. James as superintend-
ut secures us a competent man for
intposition for the ensuing year. As
eery citizen in the tchools will ba
nxious to know Bomo.'hiug of
10 character of the man who
; to assume such a responsible
position in our midst , we take pier
uro in publishing an extract from
Iottorwritten by Andrew J. Ricko
superintendent of public school
Cleveland , Ohio , to Mr. Charles Co
noycr , eocrotary of the Omaha boa :
of education. Mr. Ilickoff says !
"Mr. J tunes has been asscciat <
with mo fifteen jcara in the mating
mcnt of the public schools of Clov
land , the first year as principal of 01
of the schools , and since that time i
nssistftiit superintendent for the Fir
district , including one-half of the cit ;
Ho now has more thnu 250 teachers i
his district. Ho unites frankness , co
diality , earnestness and purity of chn
actor in an eminent degree , Ho reac
ily wins the respect of all with whoi
ho comeo in contact. Ilia exponent
and native peed sense enable him t
rnandgo disciplinary matters cffcctua
ly yet without needless offense. H
standardof excellence is high and h
success in training those associate
with him in a suboidinato ci
pacity is admirable. Ho ia
zraduato of Williams college , bi
aid not cease to read an
study when ho loft school. Perm
mo to sum up in a word : In all tli
qualities which go to make up n goo
superintendent of schools ho is will
out equal in every particular. I ca
recommend him in unmeasured tcrmi
Ho has been unanimously elected t
: ontinuo in his present position. Hi
knowledge of the best methods c
teaching ia unquestioned. Ho will L
a BUCCCBB in your schools , and you
schools will be a great success undc
him if you succeed in obtaining hi
services. Should you employ Mi
James I shall hold myself rosponaibl
for his success.
Kiduojr Complaint Cured-
B. Turner , Rochester , N. Y. , writes : "
have been for over n yearsubject toecrirm
disorder of the kidneys , nnd often unnbl
to attend to businen ; I procured you
BUIIDOCK BLOOD Uirrniis nnd was relieve
betnre half a bottla wn used , 1 intend t
continue , as I feel confident that they wi !
entirely cure me. " I'rice 51.00.
I DOUGLaS ,
CARPENTER , SOPEttlHIENDEKT
Ac , nil klaJs o ! Job work dono.
OLD BUILDINOS RIICONSTUUCTEU
Now Imildin a cro teJ. Plats outl specifica
1416 Haraay st , bat , 14tli&15tli
] > 14-0n _ _
NOTICE Advertisement To Lo a , t' or , Sal
Loit , Found , Wunta Hoarding , &c. , will be fr
* orted In llfl ccl-irana once ( or TEN CENT
per line ; each auli5oquc.it Insertion , FIVKOENT ,
ff.t line. The Qrat luacrtinn never [ tnj tbi :
IO LOAN MOhLY.
ONBY IO LOAK Call at Law Otrce of V
L. Vhoixu Hojrua Cickbton BlocS.
&nZAAA LOAN-At 8 pet csntlc
' ' 4 ) \ } , \ } \ ) \ } tcicat In sumf.of $2,500 nn (
o , Icr S to B yean ) , on Crnt-claw ellv
tr.nu jirowity. BKMIH RSAI , EstAi r.d LOAI
trr. ISth and DouclaH Sta
AlvTEU A fin-t-ilifscnnvasecrtofrnclli
W Iowa and cbrft-la. No letters answered
rooms 6 aud 7 , Council Blufls. E-l (
In produce honeo , an able bodlfi
mnn , not alr.U of work. Apply conic :
ith and Howard i > t. 12-11
WAf TEO Immcrthtoly , good laijy cook , nl
thj Vienna Ccfloo Houjo , 408 lOCb etr.ct.
Vt ANTKD-A cook onddlnlnf room girl at Oc
WANTKD An cxp.rlencod girl far genera !
housework. Apply 610 ntiith 19th triet
100 men for railroad work. II
Mannwellcr , euploymont ego k , lllh
trcct , near Farnam. 903tt
WANTFD Ten teams. Wanes 83.CO per day.
Inquire U. Vlnojnt. at Florence Cut-off.
D-Ono Imodjeil men. Wages 81.7E
WANT . y. Apply 'o llltcho'l ' Vim-cut , at
Horence Cut-off , i Ino mil 8 north of Omaha.
At St. Charles hotel , two firjt
_ class dining room glrla _ Dfl3-tf
WANTED Boardci-H a' 110 Routh 13tli yV.
Hoard ? l 00 ; klsofurnlsted rcom . Frank
) avl . _ 034-tf
ANTf D A tlrst-claiu mi at took at tt.o at.
Charles Hotel , lltrnty etnet. Apply on
lie premlaua. OJltl
riTANTED A Hrbt-cl'Si girl mu > t bo irood
> V cook , washer Mid fionor , Wagw $100
cr nook , Inquiio r.t Leo , Fried & CJ'B , or a , ' ,
Ice ollleo. _ O.il-tl
[ TTANTED 600 privy v u.t , ulnlis * nd ccta
VV poola to clean with Binltary Vault ard
Inlt Cleaner , tha beet In use. A. Kvrjia Co. ,
eal.lpnco 1206 Dodje Btrrot. Omaha _
CTT ANTED Two nr ilttc rooms m-t Ue fo
YV I'hyelciai.B ollkc. Addrins 7)r. Vorlr
SITUATIONS WANTED ,
[ 17 ANTED-Fy ay unz otati InaUan till , a
VV situation as eler * In * * dry goods store or
3 ass'et ' In militncrv nnd dream atlng. ( Speaks
liiB'lsh ) JiddrcBS A. P. lieoolBco.10
MICELLANEOUa WAMT8. _ _
[ TT-ANTKD-Clothcaof all KlnJa to clean and
Y V renovate in the most approved ttyle. A.
! ' > ndonler , chemlit , 015 N. lUili ' , tl-10'
[ TrANTKD-A gO'd ' fimlly horse. Weight
VV about 1,100 pounds. Must bo sound and
heap W. J. WtL iu ! > s ,
U92-IO cor. Rth and Fainam.
l\J A.N J KD bout Auguet 16 , a ticusu of t or
VV 6 rooms , on line of etrect railway profir-
cd. Addrtss "ifoiifo "IleoOttlco. aul tf
I-CIH CUT Hou ea AND U KD.
7\01l HUNT Furn'ulioil loom. Incjulroat the
} Drugstore , cir. loth nod 1) ugas. C-tf
OU KENT Furnished front roomswuth Ifth
_ ' dtrrct , near Leaviiuvortli , 7-12
TlOrt RENT -IIouDD with 8 rooms Iu elegant
. ripa'r , at Nc , 1309 Capitol nvenue , Alio
U out 6 room ) at No. 1119 nth lOthttrect. _
JAMKHU. CHAI'MAN ,
111M6 522 Soutn Uth ttreet ,
7\OU RENT Three hniitai 1'cittr L. Thonw ,
' room 8. Ciclgliton lllcck. Pj > ,3'i !
70R RENT Office for rent , 317 south Thlr-
: teentlitt. 13-tt W. D. WRIGHT.
71011 KENT A ono and one-half story house
J with 8 rocmi and barn. City water. In-
ulre 2i83 Davenport , bet , 4th and 25th street.
7IOR KKNT Hrlck store , -J M and 8 rooms
above , on I'adtlo B'ncf , between fth und
th. The location toy desirable f r Dm/ ,
utcber. lloticr | Qrocer , Kmiulro at tl. 'toll's
2th and Faruhiiu > trcUs. OD7--2
T10H RENT Two new house * , ! Cth Ch'ogo ,
J ilx rooms c ch. Inquire old J. RuddUat
th and Chmtiiut streets. 003 tf
70R RENT > ew homo of eight rooms , ttrcct
J cars , de Irtblo iiel bboiliuud , $30 O. H ,
allou , rooms , Union Ul'ck , B3J-10
710B REN i Cottage of ffur rooms , co ten-
lent. O. II. 1U luu. room 5 , Union UlocV : ,
7UR RENT Three furntshfd rooiuitor hciuo-
; keeping ; tlso piano. 118 North 13th tit.
7 < OR RE.Vr Lirgo rjom , mlth board d y
} boariirl\eiilBOa CallforuU street.
1710R RENT To rooroi'Mutabl ! for two or
X1 lourg ntlemon , tt 8. W. corner ISth and
California ttrett. 973 tf
a10 RF.NT Roonrn furnished and nnfurnbhtd , ft
a W. corner ofEfiund Howard st Rocrrs
ate now ami cwmatid tine view of the rher.
brlili ! . i Ifl.rtnt rallroad-i and Coniull lllutls.
IfVK KENT House.of 10 r oa.s , cor Chle go
JL' anil 13th street MD-lf
Pi R REN Four room cotUge , Urga lot
south 17th , J U Wcltlang , 1M3 Far-
iiam ttreet , 9i'5-tf
"VrtCRLY turnlihcd front loom. Cill C07A N
Xi lith atroet. )9sO-tf )
I710H RK.VT Ono neatly fmnl hcd roam ,
I ; prh I'o o ef at Join ! ) g imr.or , 1S13 w o
"TTIOR RENT - \ ploatant furnl'hoil ro'in for
Jj otiotr two goutlemcn , Inqn'.ro M 191
Uixllfornli i trcot C50-tf
TJlOtl IlNf-T n w dwellings ana two other
JJ dnelllt gi In de lrablo tec llty , by McKoon
I > o. 1BU PouiflK street 817-tf
. / I ) room lor u-titltiinn with refer
' cnc , 1312 Uod e street bctworn 13th nnd
\tt _ > 77-tf
1 nnLors f"r loa'8 nt * 25 ° ° Ppr ftnuum , c ch
- Iv'T term of jeir , at "Oraniro Otovo
I'lalu" edJ--InlnK Hamcoin P , rk on the we't ,
li\i minutes w > lk from s net cars Mo cy ran
bo obtalnoil to build with , by persons leasing
tliojo loll at regular rail's.
JAME9F. MORfON ,
. _ " " promises , nib ' ISn P r natn Street
VJ INK llUUAEi FOR KKNT Smtll and largo ,
JLl two to tnclvo roon g each ; one or two new
ones with all modern conveniences. One of 12
rooms , snltablo for boarding and room rontlnir ,
17lhandDoUKlaabts. HEMI3 , Aitent ,
Ia23-tf _ IBth and Douglas Sta.
JIENT Furnlshol room with board ;
modern Improvements , a few table t > o rdrn
can ho accommodated , at 1718 liodgo street.
I710R ltK > T A plovant furnished room on
.1 ; th i first ( loir , ono block from street car , at
24(8 llarncy street. _ 01B-tt
KENT Brick store. Irqulro at Drujr
FOH , coiner 10th and Douglas ats. 620-tf
TflOK KENT Hou o of 0 rooms , newly plas-
? tercd and p.lnted. f500 per month.
North of 10th street brlilgo on 15 h street. Con.
\enlcnt to fhopu Apply corner 12th aid How.
ard street , New p per Union. _ 687-tt <
RENT. Iwo new elegant houses. In
quire at Peterson's Clothing B ore , near IT.
P. Depot. _ EQ2.tf
MOh Hlild it iurii.iuou ino.-uo ov b > * t
ibinW Eichtn < ; r > , N , K. cor , Iflth td fodj
dTl SALK-A peed mare , harntfs and top
busty , by W , W. Uobirta , Fort Oaiahi.B85tf
li1'1'top'fsU frr the purcha of the
Mm nt House on N < rth llnrnuy stieo . bo.
twccn 15ih and 18 h , will bo n-cciml at my
stai o until August IDth. C. K GOODM. N.
T710U SALE Ilnuso 5 roonrs and corner lot 132
JJ feet squire , SltOO. Mcfague , opposite Voit
° "lce. 11)77- )
FOR SALE A five rcro tot and good house
ono mlio north of Barrack" Inquire on
premises or Oco. II I'otcraon , No tot , 10th
itrcct. 047-lm * C. SORKNEON.
HGUSn and lot for sslo. No 826 Uontana
street , near Cum ! p. Inquire Clear store ,
corner 10th and Jackson htrectj. 85-a2D
FOR SALE Hou-o and cjrnor lot , at J1.P60 ,
bargain. McCAHOC , oppo-ltu P. 0 fgltf
T1WO story building for f ale at a bargain , to
taled at north-t-as corner of 17th street ,
ind Capitol avo. Must bo n.ovcd on or before
August 7th proximo. DKil U1
770-tf Agent , I5th r.t.d Donglas.
( IX IIKAUTIFUL 10TH EOxlEO feet each In
O Haneiom I'lace on street car lino. Best lots
n whole addition on very caiy tirmaand ot a
treat barifain. UEMIS' a cnt , 16th nnd Douglas
it "eta )15-tf
Jl'LENUID I'hOl'EUTV Foil SALli At a
O UAKIAIK , ono lariro brick hou e , nnd ono
are frame house , with full lot on Casa near 15th
trott. Flno chunco for luvcrtuient , rent fcr ? 70
> er munth. Cill for full particulars , on
FOR SALE. The Arlington House
First class ; all furnished. The only hotel
u town. The cheapest property In the state ,
las all the traveling men. will bo sold cheap on
cnrstomlt. Enquire of E. Fulle , proprietor.
Arlington. Washington county. Neb. 683 tf
I710R SALE Or will oicha go for Oinab * proC -
C pony , an improved eec on of Innd adloln-
ng a station on U. P. R. R. U. EUWIIAM , 1C1J
'arnham St. , Om&ha. 7iO 2cf
tOU t'ALt ,
B'TOll BALE The FOl'UliAlt HOTEL , known
an the BOYS' HOME. This houce Is cen-
rally locatedhaa south and cast front , and Is
nrronndcd w th flno ehajo trees ; contains thirty
Iceplng rooms , has Ice bouae. laundry , sample
oem , Ac. Has a world w.de reputation and a
letter patroaago than many houses of twice Ita
apacty. ! Prlco ? 5OCO. For particulars ad.
robs , A. A. SAWDEY , Red Cloud , Keb.
HAY At A. n. R udc/ ' Fend 21
BALE11 'TnrntiySt > 1'--f
H MidOELLA. NIOUS.
[ OST A U'-j'sdolIm n. Deliver to S Jor-
U gen oii'sC'tirstorn , cor. 10th ani ! Jickfon ,
nd be liberally rcw , rJed. 10-lOf
r OaT AJred a d gray Parrot eaiapcd from a
_ j c&xuon Convent street. Any i rsjn return-
ig tl.e same to Charles II Donald , on Farnam
: rewt , w U bo u'tabiy rewarded.
HEW ARC Stolen on August 6th
, .wv , < ui dark.bay mare , CMals old ,
nd OEO bay horto w th Iwj while hind feet und
hlto Btripo In face , 8 years ' 'Id. The abovp ri-
ard will bopilil fur their return to Jolm Bigly -
ly 3 ml cs south o Omaha , , noir U. c. rail-
.ad tru.k. 9D8-U *
"jTHAVE One Iron griv mare colt , tw ) years
old , walka a lltt o atlll n front legs. Lib-
ral reward for his reu > vcry Vvlll ba paid for
y W. Vanderkrcck , nortlcas' corner llith and
lasonstrcett- . 1)83 Stwlt
MI'ECIAI. AGENTS for > ebraiha. Kansas and
5 SllSflcutl to represent the INDUSTRIAL
'FP ' ASSOCIATION of Indianapolis , Indiana ,
n'ch ' has stood the test of tlm , pats all losses
i full ; strongly Indorsed by the hot Insurai co
nthorl les ; tboiougUy establMitd , easily
orLed , and h not on Iho co-operatl\o or old
no plan. Liberal contracts made with tncr
utlo agents at a compensation ot from two
lOUBand to three thousand dollars per year
ddrcs * INDU-Tll'AL ' LIFK ASSOCIATION ,
o. TO East Market street , Indianapolis , Ind.
'Cl'tiAVbU One ul.lti . n.w. some red t/u neck.
j siici chart 1 ornn , and ono ) liht ; red cow about
: ven jcars old , rope around the r horns , Wcro
jout to rave ciluu. Any inf'rmktion leading
i their recovery will bo suitably rcutrdcd by
U75-3' MKS , KOCH'S Saloon 10th sire t.
AGI3TER OF PALM7BTKlUT AKD > COZiZ > !
IONAL1ST , 483 Ttntb Btrtt. t. Ittws n I'lrnm ,
idlUri&v. Will , with thu ! d cf gutrdl.r
\\r\ti. \ \ \ obtain for any oftsujUaeu rt the r fl
n > vteMiit , nnd on c-riam ccpoitlona In tbe f u
i" ? Ucoto Atid Qhoe ) n ; do to jrdtr. Tcrf'x
Ihli powder necr varle * . A marvel ot p
. etrength and wholeeomeneaa. Moro econo
ICA ) thua the ordinary kinds , and cannot b
Id lo competition with tbe multitude c ! o
) t , short weight , alum or phosphate powderi
donly in cans. Roril BAiiKO POWBIS Co.
B Wi Bl. , Hew Vo k
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