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THE DAILY BEE : TUESDAY MAKCft 13
Jhe Daily Bee.
Tuesday Morning , March 13.
( The following observations were taken
at the same moment of time at tlie stations
mentioned , )
WAR TJnr't U S SIOSALBRMICB. >
OSUMA , March P , (1:13p ( : n ) I
I' ' , A lot ot big telegraph poles are being
deposited on Sixteenth and Farnaia ,
' The river is rising and tbore is Homo
floating ice on the surface ,
Outdoor relief ban been discontlnuec
b"y the county commissioner * , who KVO ! or.
dera only nowfor fuel nnd provisions.
A regular mooting of the Social Art >
club will bo held ou Tuesday , March 13th
at their looms. A full attendance is de
sired. MCSKIS. Ilobt. Ilosenzwelg and Albert
Heintzo have gone to Kansas City to tnke
part in the quarterly meeting of the Turn-
era of tin Missouri valley , and practice ( o
the annual Turnfcst , which Is to be held
this year at Lawrence , Kansas.
A package of razors dropped between
corner Tenth and F rna and U. P. depot
I it evening. Suitable reward by leaving-
packoge at BEB office. '
I'Y The Monthly Sfeclal club hold their
I'r fourth and last party of the season at Ma-
onlo ball Wednesday evening , March 14th.
Music by Irvine's orchestra ,
KIghty-fonr Canadians left on Sunday
night's Union Pacific emigrant train for
San Francisco , from which point they will
proceed to British Columbia , where they
are to work on the Canadian .Pacific rail
The trade for cards has undoubtedly
centered at Knhn k Co.'s , as they have
Iways had the very choicest cards nnd
make prices that are well known to be a *
low as poislble. Their Kaetcr cards are
the moit elegant over icon.
A mun whose father died recently
leaving hla estata to ba settled up by an
eztcutor , has been engaged in hauling away
the crop uf paranipa raised on the place
nd dUpoiliitf of them for his own benefit.
The executor It trying to stop the game
and propot01 to have him arrested it noth
ing else will do it ,
Dr. Stone WM considerably astonished
Y last Saturday at the appearance of a num
ber of friends who had come , some ol
them , from quite a distance for the express
r pnrpoie of commemorating a very eventful
chapter In the lifeof the worthy doctor.
This celebration was limply a crystal wed
ding , but it drew together a number ol
prominent citizens oi Omaha and among
them we noticed Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ,
and Mrs. Graddy , Mrs. Dumont , Mr. and
Mrs. Grandiaon. Prof , Haufers , Mrs.
Flaming , Mrs. Goodricb , Mr , Kuhn , and 1
a great many others were present whom It
Is Impoistble to tpecify more In detell , but
everv one wfco left expressed a greatldeslrc
to "catch on'1 and live with the harmonlom
couple the rest of their natural lives.
Dr. 0. L. 01 tnons , the veterinary sui
geon , WM in town Saturday and called at
tcntlon to the fact .that the recent gram
jury did not Indict him on the charge pre
f erred against him by his former wife. Hi
also showed divorce papers obtained by hi
wife from a previous husband long atte
their marriage and other documents show
log , that he was the injured party In th
bitter fight which filled np tha papers sm
A new real estate firm b announced Ii
to-day's paper , that of Messrs. Bbrlverani
BelL The members are Mr. John T. Bell
th well-known stenographer and conr
reporter , and. , W , G , Shrlver , Esq. , wb
has been in business with Bemis and to
himself several yean.
It WM quite cold at daylight yestei
day but clearedoff and became warm bcfor
The young ladies ot the Presbyteria
church will give social in the parlors c
the church on Friday evening.
The waterworks company are bulletin
a foundation for their new 5,000,000 fallo
pump , which will arrive next month ,
Wm. Kreuor , the burglar , who It
varied Col. Bnrnham'e premises , was bel
in the turn of 91,000 ball for an appeal
ance before the next grand ) iry ,
The theatrical event of tha week wl
ba the appearance of MIssMIunleMaddei
in "Fogg's Ferry" at Bsyd' * Friday M
Mr. S. M. Snell and Mrs. M. En
aperger were married on Saturday evenln
'In this city at the parjonage of tbe 1'ln
M , K. church by the pnetor , Itev. Cuorli
The southwest corner o ! Fourteen )
and Farnam streets Is to be tbe site th
season of a fine building modeled after tl
Utett Ideas m architecture , and replaclr
the frame buildings now occupied I
Mono and Frederick ,
Joseph Heltb , a painter In the empl <
cf II , A. Kosten , who was engaged up <
tbe celling of the clerk's office of the U , I
court bouse , fell a distance of about thl
teen feet Saturday afteraoon. Ho strut
upon his arm , hip and head , and was bad
bruised , but escaped broken bones and i
No setslon of the district court w
held to-day , It being adjourned over tea
a , m. to-morrow. There U a positbilii
that after all Judge Neville and Judj
' Wftkeley will both go to work and clear t
the docket , a deputy court reporter beli
employed tor the purpoM by coBMent of i
tSJi-For m aldsjspMtOv T > tte has beea
rumor that a burglary bad been ooeunltti
la South Omaha , where tbe haul was i
Itrgo that wagons h rl to be taken to carry
It off. The officer * an ? It lo a honx , but if
not tbe next tiling will he that the burglars -
glars will want'n nliU-trnclc run to their
place of operation , ami will just run n
whole train of cars up and land It. Bur
glars may as well be progroiislvo as any
other claM ,
John Thomas , whoso divorce suit io
ths prcient terra of court excited consid
erably attention , claims to have been to
Iowa City and discovered still living n
former husband of bis wife , whom the jury
found lo have been dead at tbe tlmo of
their marriage. lie alto charges lady
Thomas with having tiled to poison him a
couple ot days after tholr nmrlage and
with sundry other doings which are not
retorted to by a faithful and loving wife.
Ho still expects to obtain legal redress by
a suit to nullify , his marriage.
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed by the German Association of Omaha ,
bolnfe tbo result of a meeting held January
17th at Max Mayor & liro'a Hall. At thU
meeting Vice President I'h , Andres , pre
sided and C. 12 , Burmostor acted as socro
tary. On motion of Mr. John Uaumer I
WM decided to Incorporate tha ansocl&tlon
under tbo above nnmo nod tbe followln
board of directors was cbuson for tbo en
suing yearF. . A. Spethmann , J. II. V
Lehinann , Julius Mcjcr , i hns , 1 ! . liur
moiter , J. I , Fruobauf , I'll Andres , Aug <
ust Uoruian , Henry I'uudt nnd Clisn ,
Kaufiuann. ( / . K , liurtnester was o'cctct '
On Friday evening a very pleasan
surprUo party was given t j Mr. and MrR.
F. K. lially , nt their residence ou North
Nineteenth street. About thirty couples
were pro unt and passed tha evening In tbe
enjoyments of music , dancing , etc. Abuut
VI o'clock a Bplondl t lunch was served and
tbe company did not disperse until about
2 o'clock , when everybody went away
happy. A pleasant feature of tbo ovenlng
- wfls the fact that it was the birthday of
MluH Katie lially , tbo oldest daughter of
the hosts and this was marked by tbo re
ceipt of a number of handsome presents.
Chas. A. Davis , tbe well known cir
cus and theatrical agent , Ii in the city.
- Mr. Davis was here last summer with the
Uatchollor & Doris show , and thin winter
ho has been doing business for the Froh-
man brothers' Ho returns to his first love ,
the circus , this spring , going as special
press agent with tbe Forepangh show.
The latter will be greater than ever this
season. In order to give proper display to
hi * hippodrome track , Mr. Forepaugh has
been obliged to order a complete new can-
van , which will be the largoit over manu
factured. The hippodrome races will be
mode more sensational than ever , and the
circus and menagerie departments will be
additionally strengthened. Mr. Fore *
paugh'a recent importations of animals
have been very extensive , and his agents
have been fortunate In securing all the
noted nrenlo celebrities of Lurope , Mr.
, Adam Forepaugb , jr. , will bring out some
new novelties with his performing ele
phants , and the parades will bo embel
, lished with several new orlonUl tableaux
. conceived by Mr. Cbas. II. Day , the
printing will be surprisingly flue and ela
borate. To say that it satisfies Unl Bab
FHklns , the general advertising director ,
Is sulBcIent evidence oE itH excellence. It
l < to be hoped that Omaha will be favored
! th an early visit from tbo Forepaugh
. ' 'GRAND CONCERT.
rue Musical Onion Orchestra Visits
The Musical Union Orchestra , ao-
. ootnpanlod by Messrn , 63wort and
Kohl , wont over to Omnoll Bluffs last
owning and pjavo a grand oonoort at
Dohanj's opera house , returning about
11 o'clock on a special train.
They had K good audionca and
were moat favorably received , being
enthusiastically onoorod at each num
ber. They were accompanied by the
Phllomathoan Olab String quartette ,
and igvro an enterUinraont that out
Council Blnff * friendi will certainly
not often hear surpassed. Tno fol
lowing waa the >
1. Overture Ltaht Cavalry . ' .Supp
Moaloul Union Orchestra.
2. Cornet polo Arie and Varia
tionsfrom the opera "The Mute
of Portld" Aubei
3. Selection-Bohemian Qirl..Balfe ,
arranged by 8 , Hofmann.
Musical Union Of heitra.
4. Solo for Ban Clarionet L Som-
nambuU t , . . . .Belllr
5. Htrtnic QuiutettB , Boccnetui
6. Overture FraDlavolo Au e
Musical Union Oruhe.tra.
in 7. Solo for Cornet--Trump ter Joy ,
of ( now ) S.Hofman
it. C5 wpit.
8. VUIous ot Dreaui / tber Solo by.
Julius Krntner Lumby
9. Duct for Cornet and Bass Clarionet
n- U. Qdwtrt and It. Kohl.
nId 10. Potpourrl-llnw Djllghtfnl Catll
Mu-lcal Unluu Orchestra.
The ArmetroQu Lectures ,
111 la another coluiuo will be fonnd
rn notioo of the
arrangements for th
lectures of Mr. William J. Armstrong
n beginning in Boyd'a opera housa o :
Thursday evening next. Some of th
rit lectures selected for this course ar
aid to have a European reputation
that on London Sooluty having re
th ooived ( Uttering comments In London
where It wt\s given before an audlenc
hr composed from the aristocratic am
fashionable oitclo whoso members h
by describes , and the report of the kctur
on Oastollar , first delivered before th
Long Island Historical society , havln
oj boon copied with enthusiastic com
OD ment In ORB ollar's own journal. I.
8. ( Hole , In Madrid.
id METROPOLITAN HOTEL ,
HA , NEB.
In- Tables supplied with the boat th
In'J market atlords. The traveling pnbll
jlalm they got better accommodation
'J ind more general satisfaction her
Ity ; han at any other house In Omahi
Ige ( Ute , f < 2 per day. angSUfm
up SLiVEN'S YOSEMITE OOLONG :
11 Made from the wild floweii of th ,
FAB riMED Y08EMITE VALLE ]
it is the most fragrant of port ami
Manufactured by II , B. Slaven , S
ed Francisco. Ferule in Omaha by V
to j. Whltehonse and Kennmrd Bro
BOARD OF TRADE.
The Eoftular Meeting Held Last
Election of Nt > w Membera
Financial Matters Build
ing Permits ,
The regular monthly meeting ( f
the Omaha board of trade was hold
laat evening and was unusually well
It was preceded by a meeting of the
board of directors , presided over by
Mr N. B. Falconer , vice president of
the board of trade.
At this mooting a financial report
showed a handsome balance In the
An assessment cf S3 per member
was made , the tint for over ai-vcn
At the Board of trade meotlrg a
number of IriteriHting communications
Ono of those was from the firm ol
Ruuvoa & Co. , uf Oolunibm , lrd : , ,
desiring to remove their maunfaotur
Inij establishment to Omaha nnd id
jntrlnit what indncomeuta would be
offered. The secretary was iuatructoc
to reply that the lodncomonto woulc
bo a largo patronage.
A communication was rooalvcd from
the Laramto board of tradu asking for
a copy of the by-lairs of tbla board.
Mr. Sidney Smith , the nrchitoct
Mr. John L. Hill , the batcher , am
Messrs , Parker Rjblnaon & Ou , , were
elected to membership in the board.
A communication and pamphleto
wore received from the R'g'it ' Honor
able , the Earl of Bandon , calling
attention to the exhibition to bo held
at Oork for two months , beginning the
first week in July to exhibit the in
dustrial resources of Ireland.
N. K. Fairbanks & Co. , lard re
finers and packers , of Chicago , sent a
communication asking for the legal
provisions In Nebraska for preventing
the euro and sale of diseased pork.
The ? data thus collected from the
various states will ba forwarded to
Hamburg for presentation to thp
Prussian authorities with A view of
lifting the * present embargo on Ameri
can pork. Meesro. Shooly and Gibson
wro appointed a committee to investi
gate the matter and send In a report.
The special committee appointed on
the sab j not of building permits reported -
ported Dy an elaborate ordinance ,
which they recommended should be
presented to the city council and its
The ordinance provides for the es
tablishment of an executive depart
ment for the survey uud inspection of
buildings , which shall have charge of
all matters connected with the
construction , repair and removal
of bnildlngo. The head of
the department shall bo a superintend
ent of buildings , to bo appointed by
the mayor and omfirmed by the conn-
ell. His term is to be ono.year , his
salary not over § 1,100 , and his bond
$5,000. A monthly report is to bo
made , and the foes received from per
mits , etc. , to bo turned over to the city
On motion the ordinance was re
committed to the commltteo for" cer
tain changes and Improvements.
Mr , George H. Thompson , the
Plattsmouth architect and inventor of
the now fire escape , was introduced to
the board by President Goodman , and
proceeded to exhibit and explain hit
patent , which was the subject of con
siderable discussion. Mr. Thompson
waa asked various question by mem-
bora of the board and practical fire
men present , and waa equal to ever ]
A revolution commending the fin
escape for use In public buildings wai
adopted by the board.
Ou mitlon a resolution was adoptee
instructing the city council to obtalt
u soon u possible the opinion of thi
city attorney and other promlnon
legal authorities , aa to the effect c >
the viaduct bill known aa Home rol
The board then adjourned.
Boal Estate rrranBfera.
The following deeds were filed fo
record In the county clerk's cffici
March 10 , reported for TUB BBI
by Ames's real estate agency :
H. Hodder to A. T. and K. S
Leach , w. d. , five acres In section 19
16 , 11 , $75.
J. Lupton to A. 'A. andE. 8. Leach
w. d. , 80 acres In section 10 , 1C , 11
er J. Lppton to H. Hoddor , w. d. , 3.
acres tn section lit , 1C , 11 , $472.50.
J. A. Hotbaoh and wife to 0 S
Fullin , w. d. , nl lot 15 , block 3 , Hoi
bach's second audition , $500.
Ada P. and Matt , K. Dr e , E. am
W. H. Gibbs. J. T , and F. E. 0
Drokd to J. Jackaon , w. d. , lot f
blook 8 , Reed's 1st. add. $750.
Jno. Pablan 8r , and wile to J
Pablan Jr. . w. d. , tof nj lot8 , bloc
257 , $700.
Jno. Pablan Sr. , and wife to Jan
Rudcka , w. d. , njof nA lot 8 , bloc
The leave of absence for seven (7 (
days granted Post Chaplin G.V
Simpson , U. 8 , A. , In orders No. 31
dated Fort Liramio , Wyo. , Febrnar
24 , 1883 , It extended seven (7) ( ) day <
The following named recruits en
listed at Fort Omaha , Neb. , as ai
signed as follows ;
Samuel 0 , Flaugor and Albert Jai
vis , to the Fourth Infantry.
Cahlll P. Rockbud , to light batter
D , Fifth artillery
Captain Morris 0. Footo , Ninth It
fantry , la relieved as recruiting ctic !
at Fort D. A. Russell , W. T.
First Lieutenant William B. Peasi
adjutant , Ninth Infantry , is appolnte
recruiting officer at Fort D. A. Rui
sell , W. T.
Prh to Michael McOrano , re
unlisted at FortD. A. Russell , M
T. , and Recruit Charles 0. Magnln
enlisted at Fort Omaha. Neb. , are ai
sinned as follows :
1X1 Private MoUrane , to company I
Y n Recruit Majjulro , io tho'Fourth liTho
The following U published for tl
information cf this command : Ord-
naaco tfllce , war department : The
apoHrmtion uf 5rh instant of private
1 * * * n questing to bo
furnished with a sot ot marksman's
buttons to replace a sot lost by him ,
approved by TOO , under the date of
thi > 13th iiintint , has boon received.
In reply I have the honor lo inform
'ou that upon the recommendation of
his oflicc , approved by the secretary
of war , marksman'd buttons cin bo
sold to marksmen at twenty (20) ( ) cents
each upon the approval of the com-
Should private * * *
loslro to purchase , application thoro-
'or should bo made to this office , when
ordorn will bo given to the command
ug officer of Bttnccla arsenal , Califor
nla , to make the salo.
Douglas County to Have a Double
Boador ou Thuredny.
Slnco the passage of the law provld
lug for an additional number of dis
trict judges and giving Duuglaa , Bart
Washington and Sarpy two instead ci
ono , thcro has boon considerable con
jecture as to the way in which matters
would bo arranged for holding court.
The law sayo :
"Such jodgcs shall have equal pow
er and shall each perform such duties
a ? are not provided by law , or such as
may hereafter bo imposed upon them
by law , and U shall be the duty o"
such judgoa to so divide and arrnngi
tha business of eaid court between
them that the trial of causes may b >
This law also provides for drawing a
panel of forty-eight jurors to servo a
petit jurors ( inotond of twenty-four a
tormorly ) , unless when such a num-
bar of jurors may not bo required the
judge may provide for the drawing of
a loss number.
It Is now arranged that , beginning
, with Thursday , the two judges , No-
ille and Wakeloy , will hold separate
ourts , the former in the old court
com and the latter In the council
harnbor , both working to clear np a
ocket that has boon overcrowded and
elayod for a long time. Judge
Wakeloy will begin sessions In the
Ity council room , and try civil cases
or the remainder of tbe present term
n this county , while Judge Neville ,
avlog' begun with with the criminal
aaos , will finish them. District Clerk
jams and Deputy Olerk Like and
horlff Miller , Deputy Sheriff Crow-
11 and the bailiffs will attend to each
ourt. The judges are to sit slmnU
anoously. trying equity and j try
ases aa they may arrange , but will go
ogethor to hold the appointed terms
f court In this county , Bnrt , Wash-
Judge Boneke had quito a large
ookot to go through yesterday
bough the majority of the arrests
were on petit offenses.
Ono man arrested aa a suspicions ,
haraotor was sentenced to pay a fine
f $5 and costs , and to servo twenty
day a in the county jail on bread and
water. The sentence was suspended
m condition that he left town Inside
> f fifteen minutes , and he skipped ont
o hastily that ho did not even atop to
iut on his hat
Two men arrested as vagrants were
William Johiston waa arrested by
he police and found to bo crazy. He
was committed to await an eiamlna-
ion by the commissioners of Insanity.
- A disturber of the peace was dis
Of the four plain drunks two paid
2 55 each , and tire went to the
county jail for throe days each.
About 1:30 : o'clock Sunday morning
o police heard a shot fired neat
fourteenth ana Harnoy streets , and a
minute later Albert Ringer , an ex
pressman , came running down Far-
nam street from that direction He
f dodged the police and gave them i
ihase of four blocks , Instead of halt
ng and giving an account of hltnsell
wnen ordered. Ho was arrested anc
aade a statement to the effoot that h <
iad been red at , and eupponod thai
: It was his assailants who were run
nlng after him Instead of the police
and for that reason took leg ball ii
preference to halting. He gave secnr
Ity for an appearance and hearing yes
Jcnlgnta of Pythian.
Attention Koighta ! Members o
Planet Lodge No , 4 , K. P. are herebj
requested to assemble at their Oastli
. Hall , Wednesday , March 14 , at
o'clock sharpen full Uniform to attorn
the funeral of our late Bro. P. 0 ,
Henry Siert , By order of
G. BOUMID , 0. 0.
Attention Knights ! Membera o
Omaha Lodge No. 2G , K. of P. an
hereby requested to assemble at the !
Castle Ball , Wednesday , March 14 , a
1 o'clock sharp , In full uniform to at
tend the funeral of our late Bro. P.O.
Henry Slert. By order ot
M. MAT , 0. 0.
! FUNERAL NOTICE
The funeral of the late Henry Sior
will take place at 2 o'clock p. m. , 01
Wednesday , March 14th.
The Omaha Oornlco Works , rsoasri
Ruemplng & Bolto , proprleto , ar
prominent Tin , Iron and Slate Reel
ers and mannlncturera of Ornaments
Galvanized Irun Cornices , Dormo
Windows , FiuiAls , Window Caps
Galvanized Iron Sky Lights , etc. , a
310 South Twelfth street , Omaha.
The above gentlemen have show :
by their handiwork in the past yea
that they are raschanics In their Hn
of a high order , as the largo numbe .
of buildings they have fitted , prov '
tholr mastery In architectural doslgnt
plain and ornamental , have clvou thei
a prestige that has taken others yeai
to acquire , consequently they hav
already secured contracts for a larg
number of bulldlnpi , private an
public , that are to be erected this sot
son , and parties contemplating bullc
Ing will find a responsible firm to dei
with either In corresponding or callln
on thorn , _ ra&o
have arrived. Practical experlenc
demonstrates and proves them th
cheapest ( n the .market for rei
service. For sale at
F. D , OOOPBR & Oo'a.
A ROYAL RECIPTIOrr.
A Saturday Nlubt Entertainment
Which Untiled Oil thu Palm.
Tiio ( JtaUtlnucr Optra company
closed tbcir engagement at Bcyd's
Saturday night with the play entitled
Parisian L'fe ' , " havieg given in all
three performances which wore well
attended and highly pleasing.
After the performance the gentle
men mombora cf the company , to
gether with roproiontativos of the
press and a number of Invited guests
which swelled the party to about fifty
persons , repaired to the elegant apart
ments occupied by Mr. Julius Miyor ,
where they wore tendered a reception ,
t ( A delicious supper was found await
ing them fifter which the smoke of
fragrant Havanas ana the popping of
champagne corks soon enveloped the
party la a mineatnro storm that double
dUoonntod Wiggins' . Then came an
entertainment which , could it be
transferred to the stage , would bo bet
tor than any opera or play over put on
the boardr , including instrumental and
vocal fiek'ctionB , recitations , Punch
and Judy , vontrilrquinm and tven u
glimpse of "the bluck urt. "
Mr. Novack , leader of the Geis-
tlugor company , and a pianidt i f na
tlonal reputation in Germany , played
some beautiful selections , and was
followed by fie double quartette of the
opera company in seine songs which
surpassed anything in the way of
music ever henrd from any visiting
Ono of the members sung a cat and
dog duet which would make the ptarn
of the canine and feline racoa green
with envy , and made his audience up
roarious with laughter and appleu'o
Mr Scbmltz gave an amusing and
Instructive drama from real life , after
the Punch and Judy style and fol
lowed Itby a feat of ventrlllqnlaincalled
"Killing the Pig. "
Prof. Gewort played a oouplo of his
inimitable cornet solos , to the delight
of the visitors , and Mr. Burmester
favored the party with a comic recita
The crowning feature of the evening -
ing , however , outside of the rare music
waa the specimen of mesmeric power
displayed by Mr. Silverstoln , of Max
Meyer & Co. 'a store. Ho not only
laid out Mr. Sohmltz and Simon
Fisher In good style , but had all
who were not in the secret pretty well
worked np by the clever acting of the
trio , carried on with lights turned
down , and In a manner that would ra-
fiact credit on any professional.
It was nearly 3 o'clock when the
party drank a parting tnast to their
genial host , whose reputation for such
little soirees is a wide one , but who
on this occasion , with the aid of his
talented guests eclipsed all former
eQorts , and gave them a treat to bo
remembered for a lifotime.
PERSONAL , .
Mr. J. F. Matjaire , who la the travel-
lag representative of the Manhattan
cloak company , of New York , Is in the
city and was among the guests at the re-
* ceptlon given Obarllo McDonald on Sun-
day evening. He Is an able business man
and a perfect gentleman in every sense ol
Henry Cohn , Grand Island ; W. J. Mar
shall , Will Habn and John T. Hopkins
Lincoln ; J. M. Patterson , Plattemoutbj
Mba L. F , .Tone * , of Geneva ; J. F. Mo-
Olio tock , Blair ; J. S. Hay and B. F.
Morebouse , Blair , are guests of the Paxton
A largo number of fi lends met at the
depot Sunday to bid James Crigler , presi
dent of the yurdm&ster's union , goodbye on
his departure for Idaho ,
S. L. Barrett , Columbui ; Anthony
Hies , North Platte ; J. .1. Mclntoah , Sid
ney , are guest * of the Mlllard.
Frank Armitage , who travels from th
town if Boston , U at the Millard.
J. CD vl and wiie , Wyoming , are ai
M , G. Edwards , of Glenwood , la. , is al
C. fi. Treadwell , cf North Bend , is ii
Thomas Price , of Lincoln , la at th
M. M. Towno , of Liramle , is at th
The * . Q Qeld , of Cheyenne , ii at th
. S. W. Meyer , of Kansas City , is at th
H , S. Noithrup , of S ; . Joseph , la at th
Henry Warren , of Goshen , Ind. , Uat th
Mrs. U , C. Johnson , of Denver , Is at th
Hon. L. Croun e , of Calhoun , Is In th
J. 0. Post , of Columbus , Is in the city
J. S. Halbert has returned from Chi
D. M. Sells , of the 11. & M. headqua
ters , left Sunday for a 'trip in the west
" era country.
A. J. Hansc m , wife and daughter bav
returned from the south and east , and ar
at the Paxton.
, T. T , Wirtz , the good looklnc and enei
getlo Bt. Joe traveling man , Is sojournln
at the Faitcn.
Hon. Alex McGavock wishes to be pn
on record as having voted against the Co
J petzer viaduct bill.
Gen.E , G. Bullia , who has been engage
n In the telegraph repair corps of the Omah
& St. Paul , is on an enforced vacatloi
10 having severely injured bis hand.
.r Col , Bob Fllklns , formerly general m&i
ager for J. II , Ilaverly , has returned t
his first love tbo circus , he having ei
gaged rts advance director for the Ken
reid paugh show.
Mr. L. K. Christie , who has been en
ida ployed for some time with LJnlnge :
a- Metcalf & Co. , Cleaves them to-day fc
, Whitney , Iowa , where be will be locate
for the present.
Mr. James Crigler , for sometime put !
the U. P. employ M jardmuter at tl
transfer , left Sunday for Pocatelli 1
BO Idaho , to Uke a petition with the tan
W , Ten Eroock Schermerborn , Jr. , i
the Oautte , Hudson , Mich , , U ID the dt
oa a brief visit. lie also Mprwtati MTI
or eight eastern papern. including the
Detroit Free Press and Evening Now.
Oen. George 13. D ndjr , ho has recent ,
ly been ordered tu r p < nt to the Depart
ment of the Platte as cbl-f ( luntteimaiter ,
in p'aco of Colnutl Ludlngtun , nrrivcd In
Omaha yesterday from St. L'mls , Co1.
Ludlngton , upon tbe expiration cf hi *
leave af nbrenoo , Inn btcn orderel to re-
irart to tbo Department ol tha Ci lumblo ,
Mr , C , 0. Carpenter , .Tr , a prcmlnlDg
young attorney from Bloomlnutun , Del , i >
In the city with the expectation of locating
here for the practice of hU prufestlou. He
wilt Imd ample fiald in our crowing city
and it is to to hoped hn will receive due
courtesy from the mem hers of thu excellent
bar with which Douglas county Is favored ,
Bopub lo u Oe'otrni Committee.
OMAHA , March 10 , 1883
A meeting if the republican city
contra ! committee if Omilm will lo
held at the city hil' ' ou Wudmvday
evening , Match 14 , 188J , at 7:30 : p.
m. All mumbr > rttot UK-coiumitteo nro
reqacaiud tu ii-.toud , nnd nlbu all ro
publisii-jn who tultu un nc'ivo ititunat
in the cunicg ti y cltctlnn.
M 0. AIVANKY , Obairmun.
Tiioro Is not a town in Nebraska
which projoutB a bettor fluid for buoi
noas mon and c\pltuliata than Boll-
wood , Bailer county , f s it has natural
nd vantages with a v-rry rich farming
country around it. Extraordinary in
dccjiuuiita are ctforcd for a o.uiuizig
factory , nlso u creamery. .
m2 3 mo
Tha .turnatrong Lectures
The ticket - ilico at Boyd'a opera
houao will bi opened on Wednesday
morning for thu fialo of reaervod seats
for tbo Armstrong lectures. Rcaerv
Beats fcr the course will be sold ot two
dullati ; single reserved seats ai
aovonty Ovo cants. Gunpral admieelon
to the itctures , fifty oints.
A new aide-bar , end spring top bag
gy , made by Snyder and took first
p.riza at the state fair laat fall ; never
used and will ba sold low. Apply at
Western Newspaper Union , cor. 12th
and Douglas st. fob28m&etf (
RUSSIA Salve is unrivalled for Us speedy
healing qualities. Ask/our druggist a for
It. 2i eta.
X3-8PEO IAL > will FCtniNELY not beln
serted unless paid In advance.
o n MOKO V
TO LOAN-At 8 per cent. Shrtver's
MONEY Eatita * nd Loan Agency , opposite
TLIjONKY TO LOAN-Call at Law offlco ol D. b.
1VJL Thomas room SCrelghton Block.
- girls to do kitchen work 211
north H StbeUecn CapitolAve. and Dav-
euport t. 381-131
- PANTRD Youn < ? boy at the City Steam
W Daundry. Appl > by letter 382-12
D-A dining room girl at the Haricj
- W St. Restaurant. 38W
- WANTED Young man mt less tha-i 17 > cari
cfageat Curriers Arc gallery Itl' Far am
WANTED Th'eo yo ing men rnd me lady ta
learn book-k cplng , | av when you ge' . sit-
atloD. J. B. Sj.lth Instructor ol liook-kceping.
German girl for light housework
WAITED street. 378-W
. Tlrl for general housework. Inquire
WANTED Janitors rooms , High School.
\17 ANTE' ) 7wo men of goid addrixt to can
YV vaasa d sell goods. 'Stoadj eipli'im-nl
to go Id men. Call 421 tooth IQ'.h St. 373 16J
ANTED Yount girl for light hiu work
W S E. cor. 15 h and C IU."rai . 8G1-131
WANT D-In f mil. of t o. Apnly al
GIUL . Freterlck's 717 s .uth 18th street , bet
Ja ksjuanu Lenenworth. 3CU-12
WANTK' ) Woman for Uuodry tid kllcho'
work at Faxton hotel. Inquire for thi
< Sttwirl. 364-iat
\I 7 ANTED An experienced iilrl to do penera
YY houtewuk. ( Jerrain ( , rS tdo preferred
MRS. MILTON UOOKR ,
84Z-11 N. W. cor. 19th and 1 cave , worth.
\ few ladles and gentlemen ai
WANTED for the btirgect paying bunlne'a u
America. Room 3,1308 farnam Si. 248-lm
Men and women to start a no *
WANTED f at their own home ; no pedaling
60c an hour made ; tend lOc ( or samples and tn
it nations Addnts *
133-lmoort MASON & CO. . Mon'pelfer , Vt
ie SITUATIONS WANTED ,
Situation ai s > lesman la an
WANTED Waits no bject on the start. Ad
dret8"A. H."B6 > , cffica 350-12 }
" \T7 > NTED Sltuillm by > oungmau In gro
16 YV cerrtto . One > eara ciporlenca In th
b nine sa'dcm furclaa good reference * Ad
ore s 'A F. " Bee office. 851-121
TTTANTEU Sltliatli n hvtwo men oneti'ng !
YY an ono minted , ou farm , to wor by th
month or tike charge of f.m. . No. 1113 lit
ie sUeet , Ou-aha. 359-13J
Sltuitlan by a younsr man a
WANTKD adry grfcd > tore , Hp nXs Ei glU
and G-man. Best of re'cr cea fhoo. Ad
Oold.tcln. 314 S. llth St. S < 5 K'i
ANTED I au en to know thut lo xecur
more room , leu teaching our perfect systen
( I dress cutti g We are rdiio-eu to 15)5 ) How
aid St. Cutting done and tj im taught for th
next two weeks 38J-15J
Faitner. lliulntisa established
WANTRD s. Capital required $5 000. Ad
drcil' Parloi r. " B e office 363-1 ! $
A 0"N Y Wanted by a yonni and enterpili
-iV. Ing attorney , with office lu centre oftovri
and on ground floor , Omaha firms that want
Council D.uOs represent itlve should address
J > HN DOE 7 Pearl St.
ANTED WO prhy vaults , slnki and ce <
r- W pooll to clean with stnllart cleannr. Sat I
faction guaranteed. J. M. HMlTd ,
216-lDit Lock Box 422 , Omaha
-OR ntHT HOUQEB AND LAI < r >
I OK RENT Front mom with ba } window
F lthDoar'No ' 1718 Dod -i street. 370-17 !
rpo KENT O Ml cciu'orUble bueincnt room
J _ suitable for boua-kccp ni ; Also pooj biri ;
CaM at northwest cor 23d and Hurt atrctti.
ORKhNl cottagu ol ( our rooms , Setei
H teenth and Clark 8la. Enquire ol Thomi
Kennor , 1311 California \trett. H71-2t
to RENT a , house ten room ] and all coi
FOR Niwly papered , painted , all I
" good condition and located near a'meltlcgat \
Suitable .or . a bo.rdin
353-Ut 1515 tarnbamSt
TT10K HEFT A nice dry baaemtnt aultabl * fc
C a nmall family. Inquire on Idabo Btrei
half a block north cf cumltgi bt. out tld. <
erIn btreet. 3 9-15
nMJRNlSHED KOOM AND BO&RD. Uoder
JD comtnlences. 1810 Dodge rit. 314-lm >
In FOR UKhT Two double Itores , suitable fo
boarding bouse , grocery , buUber , or laloor
he Eltuatod to aa to command a rood farmer trade
Inquire ot Un. P. Lange , 8. W C r. 13th an
° , J nekton Bta. _ _ 800-lmt
ne TTKIH RENT PotnUhed loom for Ino
_ C a bl jcki from pottofflee. luqulre at 1S1
i KtBEOnANE-FOKHEMT Th 2cd tor
tyMl ani baMmtDt of bulldlnj Ko. 1111 FaiMc
Ml Inquire on premise * . IH-lia
17011 RKNT Ao ut50 KTM , In three piece * .
r one of te , one of 18 , and one of 4 acrts. All
teneo' , home 3 rooms. Poaa.stlon immediately
One mllelrom pontofflco. DKMI '
Tliui , KB r ATS homier ,
226-1 f 15 h nrt Ui u < l S r et .
PENT Ton w houwi with K rooms ,
Eon . 0. H. faul. 131 Imo
RENT a' > house' , 2 tn in rooms , at V3 to
FOR pet nif-nth Shrlver's Rent uureau , op-
po ) ta Dost otficb. 708-tl
H'OIl HAtK Stlll < hor/tn , II t pa ntul knn
Rwtll , 3sets ] rc ' , a n.u t bcw. h ao lo
cab. 100'Sou horeuuo. 301-llt
SALF-OnM rorsc , tingle wagon and htr
FOlt s. 1 Cooper wajon
317-tt aOl N. 15th at.
SALE-10 ACHEi 71 miles iiom ptst-
ECU , on Oumlni ; rcot , , l 000
nil 8A' E One cxtin good milch cow , four
P JOSM old , w 111 rid , unil narrai ted kl"d and
ceit o IJcnof rci o strr telling. Inquire n
oraidion'-E M ! " thl.ifBoo 318 Ut
MCKYA1I1) FOR RUNT App'y at once.
' \ Jtrliif ( needed to un U Ou hand.
tmerlo * clay Also hnuso 01 vaid If wantol ,
LUitENUlllULt : . Yard 14tb treet 2 blocks
acuthof Oo lotue road , 230-liut
SJOU BAliC 40 atria nm rom courthoutc ,
1 wo t , w | h In"Kstring |
nljtiin D lslit i.t man's addition ,
4 1 > tH tu igincs li Slicli'iu't ajdltlon.
ro cf II O. . -
f OK SLK OR BENT My 2 story br'ck real *
I dencu tin IBthetieet and it. liar 's menus
for ta o , 7 00 ! ) Small payment down , biiancc
I to 6 JcatJ tine. Lot ( OxOO ( on. . Elegant
bou9 ? , erv o twrilcnr. Will re'iti \ ioery
Km. J panics for $ G5 pit month ' 'all at niico al
H fOPi'd ,
291prlll Cor. 12thand rarnamSt.
[ 70R SAIiUi.c dark bay intrc , top buggy
If und t.arcoss. . W. W. K IBEKIS ,
277 10t Fort O nub a.
,10(1 SALi-llou30 with 6 rooms ad ! ! l tg
( etch Cbxl32) ) in soutn Oiuaba , ( or31.0iK ) , < n
evj t-rmn. will ak to\m on pin pij nent ,
liqulro lit BUS 12th street.
, SAI/ , CHEAP Choice unlmprotfd buv
1 I run * I it * ou Farnara liar' ' ry , Demurs ,
nndD.dgottrcots. D\VIS SNYDEIt.
110 eod-tf 1505 Karuam St.
1) E1IIS' Now Map ot Omaha , lust completed and
fj ready ( or dolU cry at $5 each. Is 4 loot wide
by 7 'cot long. Larecat ami most complete map
of < aAha ever published. Official map ol thj
city , eo column.
HORSES FOR SALE.
SEU.ED Propo a's will be rcceho'l l > y the
com mil too on Ft e at th City C rk cIH'e , im U
12 o'clock M IhurdUny , MurchlSth , 1883 , for lha
One Uaik Pay Horse.
Oie H'aciC II ii o.
Said horj ar i no-In the UKO o' tin lire dc-
puim nt , tnJean bo eetn at engine House , No.
The commit ee reaencs the right to reject a r
and at * bids.
m3 8t J. J. L. C. J EWE IT , City Clerk.
BargaiiTm Real Estate , "
House and half lot. tried Iccatl.-n , < 1,2CO.
Ilcuso and halt lot , noir ot. Mary's fcvtnua
d ttage and Tomer lot rn Dodge street , $3ACO
New Uuttige In K. V Smith's ad i tlon , * 2eOO.
Co'.tagean'i ull lot ou 19th street , near Le -
> eiwoitl > street , t2 , > 00.
4 ( toot ( roaiage o-i Farnam street , Improved ,
Corner lot on Ucuglis street , $7 SOO. Garialn.
KU Incsa lot oa Uiuglta , tre t , M.COO.
100 loot fronton Podge street. Hetldeuce In
vestment , 81,350.
SOTtl > Oppo l e PostoHIcf.
TTIOR BALK A flret class second hund phaotom
J ? C H at 1819 TJarney St. B7-U _
[ J1011 aALK Poctets maps of Me'jraaka 20c
- JD each. For bargains In u aha City Improved
and un topr ved property ; call on Wm. IT , Shri-
\er , rteil Estate Agent , opposite poatofBce.
T OST On Sunday nL'ht about G p. m. , a pnk-
I 1 ageo razors wis i advert utly left In a
gr en co orcd rprlngwagm. An one idurnlaj
saa.0 to IVK olllco will bo suitably rewar ed.
VT OTICE I shall be | In my office , room 10 ,
1 > Crel.'h'on block on Sa'unlay Ma ci 17th
for the i urp so of examining euc applicants
- m > wish to teach In ihc public s hoo'sot Doug
. las Courty J. J Points.
377-12t to. hupt.
, "ITtTILLtakech'Idrenof ny ago ghe them a
W nothers car * for a liberal com ensatlon.
Adci * ! S8 Y. . B e office. 3C8-lmo *
ADI t8 tailing a qule olaco during confine
L ment , with nurse "ill address W , B. Wee
I U UMIru ACCOUNTANr OMAHA ,
tl. XT. O Pieh. ( Kj'abll'h'd n Deilfoliiei ,
18C8) ) . V > ll attundlo kpenlifr , colRg and ex-
, an luing booLs All work contl lent u. I will In
struct a low persons In book keep ng an-I rfeelra
piy lncop\ln * . Mytoorkou bo.k-ki eolngr , f or
. > e naua g hools. 354-12 }
-T On Wednesday morning ( March 7) ) on
' LOT en street car , pair kolrt 'pectailes , Kin
der wll pleano nturn sami-toOen 'ticket ottlcg
U. I > . Jliajquartersand nceivea iihertir. ard.
T HAVE resumed -samtkl s In Odd Fellows. '
1. bl ck , room 4 and would be g ad t have my
t.rmer patiois call. UUl. O. W. KENtALL
for city prcpeity In On aha ,
TOKXCHANQB Improvrd fatms A'so 1600
hnad o' sheap f r sale Coire pond nl.hN. 0.
i hr stlani n. tucrameato , Neb. m 9-lm
CjTRVYED Ablickpony colt , two yean old ,
O wl h whlttfaieandejei. Any lnlonn tloa
of bis whereabouts will be Ihnkfully rruel > e < l
by Jps p ( Redman , jr , N. 18th Street. 348 121
PECIAL INDUCEMENTS Offertdfor a conn-
try 8torn at Ollmore , barpy couulv , Neb.
; Apply to 0. t'roit , there. 196-lmt
MAG 8TEU OP PALMYSTERY AND OOND * .
TMNALI8T , 493 Tenth street , between Farnam
and Harney. Will , with 'he aid of guardian
spirits , obtain for any end a glance of the paat
and present , and on certain conditions In tbr fu
! ture. Boota and Shoea made to order. Pttfeet
tatltfactlon ruarant e < 1
! IN HOT WATER
UONT UK 8KKPTICAI , . hKASOX TKACDES
AND A" feHlt Ol' . UONMHUH TIIAV TBT-
" -"t's o ta r Awr ntlS N I > VAL-
UAHlt. Kl ANY ANN ALL UHORDKhS OF
THE REMEDY -TOMACH , LIVhR AND IOW-
ELS A-lEAS Ou KUr. IN AOL/83 fHOT
WATER * V KY OKVINQ bKKOllE EA1INQ
'S NOT ONLY KX'REUBIiY DEXIfFICIAL ,
B T A ehOIECTION AGAINST DISEASE
WH1CU N ONK CAN AFFORD TO DlSuE-
OARK. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
id Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varle * . A maneJ of parity.
strength and wholeeomeness. Mora economical
nlbeorlnar k'nds. and cannot bj told U
competition with tbe multitude of low Uit ibort
weight , alum or phoiphaU cowiier Sold onlr ta
cans. ROTL Biuao Powpn Co. , Wall-St k (
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