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THE DAILY KEE : WEDNESDAY MARCH 14
The Daily Bee.
Wodneedfiy Morning , Mnroh 14 ,
'Weather Report ,
( The following observations were UVnn
t the same moment of time at tlie station-
OMAII * . March 13 , ( l:15p : ra ) (
Height rf JllHJourl rhcr at Omaha , 0 ft. I' ' ,
The roof of the U , P. depot IB receiv
ing n new coat of paint ,
The ice bridge at Dlalr has been aban
doned and the transfer beaU are tunning
John Barnes , plpeinan of No , 2 engine
and bore company , Is the proud parent of
a healthy boy.
A coach load of emigrants , bound for
Oregon and Washington territory , went
out over the U. P. Monday.
The young lad lea of the Preibytcrlan
church will give a social in thu parlors of
the church on Friday evening.
The third innlveratry and calico ball
of tha Omaha htdle * ' Society will be held
Wednesday , March 1-ttb. at Turner hall ,
The mayor' , ) proclamation , submitting
to the people the question of > otlog 6100-
000 aewer bondr , was posted around town
A largo frame cottage belonging te W.
V , Harman WAS moving up Hownrdjitroot
yeiterday from Jackson , bound for Hans-
A flsclal dance will ba given by Kd
ward Klche and Fred lloyo at Kesiler'a
hall March 14tb. Admission 50 cents. All
friends invite'J ,
Tbe Omaha Klectrio Light and Power
comp ny'exoct ( to have 125 Inmpp , the
full capacity of the engine , working within
the nnxt sixty dayi.
The average number of prisoners at
the county jail Is over thirty and of In.
mate * at tbe poor house about the name ,
Do they graduate In a regular courst ?
Tbe river fell yesterday over eighteen
Inches , to the engineer at the watcr-worke
told ua. The Ice from above Is wedging
heavily agalntt the sandbar below tbe
U. I1 , bridge.
BcndV new Map of Omaha just com
pleted and ready for delivery at $5 each ;
li four feet wide by seven feet long. Larg'
eit and mot complete map of Omaha ovoi
published. OrrioiAii map of tbo city.
Omaha , March 8,1SS3 , at tbo annua
meeting of the Omaha letter carriers tuto-
elation , the following ofllcen were elected ;
COM. E. Brnnner , president ; O. L. Green ,
vice president ; Joseph Mitchell , treasurer
Yt , 11 , Overall , secretary.
Daring the last ten days the B. & M.
railway hat received at Pacific Junction
and Nebraska City 121 car loads of emi
grant movables for points on their line.
The average la a carload o a family , and
therefore over 100 families have como into
the stats to make homes and till the soil
in that time ,
llev. Mr. Ingram announced to hit
people Sunday lost that be would preach
his farewell dUcourio next Sunday , At the
morning service the time it to bo divided
between tbe Sunday school and church ,
The singing for tbo morning and evening
will be under ( the control of J , 'Weiltj
Wtlkins. Dr. D. Lucas , of Des Molnet-
Iowa , Mr. Ingram' Buccoisor , in expected
to bo present on the occasion.
Itwai reported on the street MOD
day that Crocker and 1'rancle , dealers li
general merchandise , of Uunbar , Nebras
ka , had placed their afl ira In tbo hands ol
a receiver. Uradstreet ntaten yesterday It
their iheet that the firm hoa dluolvod , bill
their affairs are not in tbe hands of a receiver
coiver as reported by others , Tbo firm li
aid to be perfectly bolvont.
Hon. A. J. Weayer came In yesterday
direct from Washington , nnd went bomi
to Falls City by the A. Is. N. train. Uon
"K. K. Valentino returned trom Washing
ton with him , his return being hastened bj
the newi that one of hia children waa qulti
sJclt. Senator Manderson and Ocngress
man Laird have gone on a trip to Phlla
delphla and other eastern cities , Stati
Mr . Katie Belle Motcalf , wife-1 o
John N. Metcalf , died at the asylum ii
Lincoln , March 13 , 1883 , Funeral a
residence , 812South KUhth street , botweoi
L avenworth and Marcy , at 10 o'clock a
in. , March 15tb. It will be rcmtmberec
that thU Is the unfortunate lady who be
cims demented from puerperal fever am
subsequent blood poisoning ,
Down at the Water Works ycaterJa ;
an additional sixteen inch pipe was beloj
laid into tbe Missouri. There bai boei
bat one pipe to tbe riter tlnce some tlm
before tbe ice broke up. Tbo engineer in
formed ui that the cauio of tbe dlscolora
Uon of tbe water for the past few day
was the tnuddlness of tbe river , and th
fact that tbe uiual time for fettling h
not been given , us they had only ono pip
to pump tbrougb.
Parties who called on last Friday t
look at the beautiful 1'intrr catds a
Kulm'a dru ? store supposed that they ha <
cards I the of Omab
"i * enough o supply city
and two or tbree villages the size of Ooun
ell 131u f4 04 well Already they nre out o
tome designs , which cannot be roplacoJ
and all who dotlre thulr choice of Dili moa
elegant auortmont will have to Bolec
their cird at bncc.
Members of State Lodge Ko. 10 , I. O
O. F. are henby requested to aviemble c1
Odd Fdlow'a Hal' , Wednesday Marcl
Htb , ot 1 o'clock ( harp to attend tin
funeral of onr Ute brother , II. T. Ed
wardr , zoutbeaat corner Izani and Klgh <
teenlh strcetr. Members of No. ' . ' , No.
20 , and Allomanon lodges , alao all other
Odd Fellows tn the city are earnestly re
quested to join ns , M , II. Carleton , tcc-
At the Invitation oi Dr. Mercer , tbe
faculty of the Omaha Medical University.
and other members of the medical fratern
ity , assembled at tbe Mlllard Monday
to participate in a banquet riven In honor
of Dr. G. W. 13roome , of St. Louis , who
arrived tn tbo city Monday morning , Dr ,
Droomo ha , for teveral year * , been closely
Identified with tba medical Interest of St.
Lonls , being it present one of the princi
pal surgeons of the Wabasb , St. Louis &
Pacific railroad , and professor of anatomy
and cltnlcil surgery in the St. Louli col-
physicians and Burgeons.
This weather will make [ tbe crop of
snakes thrive and incroaHO ,
LUtla Minnie Maddern appears at
BoydV Friday and Saturday ,
On the first nf April the VRsoisora will
get their books from tbo county clerk.
Superintendent Pierce , of tbo county
mm , net hit lusano wardi to gardening
The next attraction will ba where to
get the br > Ht Kister Cards. Just ttop at
Art Gallery and see tbo best
variety. ml3 2t
A pcneral meeting of Dlvtulnns No. 1
nnd 2 , of the Ancient Order nf Hibernians
will 1.0 held on Friday , the 10th innt. , at
" :30 : p. n. nharp ,
Mr. K , 0. Erfllng , the Sixteenth ntreet
lariat , left on THE BKU roportor'n dctk today -
day a beautiful specimen of tbe Cineraria ,
or Easter Flower , now in full bloom. Ita
jroad leaven and lovely purple II iwcra
make It a beautiful ornament. Ho had a
wagon loaded with Ibwera of every hue ,
which made n brilliant and attractive night
nftcr winter * dreariness.
M , O. Gruvcr. clerk in the office of
superintendent of motive power and car
departments of this city , nnd Ml < a Lizzie
b\13rockwayof Laramlo.aiu to be married
at Laramle , at the residence of the bride's
parent * , to-day , Mr. Gruver loft for
Laramlo on Sunday. They wlllj make
their homo In this city.
The county commissioners Monday
opened the bids for the constrnctlon of the
new bridge at Mlllard , and awarded the
contract for tbo same to William Van
Lioren. Action on the bids for removing
tbo Sixteenth street bridge to Florence is
postponed to await tbe action of the city
Charlie Godfrey , for many years
prominently connected with tbe Omaha
lire department , from which he wag called
to take the position of chief engineer ol
the Lincoln department , la up on a visit
and will remain over until to-day. He
Is looking well and Is warmly fgroetod by
Ills many frlendu here. Ho Imi great faith
In the future of his adopted city.
A. drunken man on south Elgthtoontb
street yesterday fell from the sidewalk
tn the bottom of the ravine north of tbo
Union Pacific track. Quito a mumbor ol
people saw him take bU ineberiated
tumble and tot up a laugh , not caring
evidently whether his neck were broken or
not. Our go 3d SamarlUn , however ,
helped the aomowhat sobered drunk out ol
the mud and led him away where whisky
is not sold and tbe laugh ol the vulgar Is
not beard ,
Charlon Jones broke jail at Plaits'
mouth , Neb. , on the night of March 0 ,
1883 , Five feet eight Inches tall , weight
135 to 140 pounds , black hair , whlsken
three weeks' growth , small sandy mous.
touche , twenty-two years old , narrow thin
face , high forehead , blaok soft hat , narrow
rim , grey coat and pantr , dark vest , large ,
grey , Back overcoat , boots with tops cut
olT , also rubber boot ? , no money. Crime ,
There are still 'many desirable icata
left for Kmma Abbqtt to-night.
From Grand Worthy Chief Sibley , ol
tbe Geed Templars , it is learned that the
amendment association , organized a short
time ago for the purpose of raising a fund
of $50,000 to carry a prohibition amendment -
ment , baa sold 1,000 of Ita 10,000 shares ,
and the association feel confident that they
will have [ no trouble In disposing of the
whole number , Mr. Slbloy ha lately
appointed a Scandinavian deputy to work
among bis countrymen , nnd the order bag
a movement on loot to plnco good temper
ance literature in the hands ot the Ger
mans ol the etute. A special tllort will be
made to a licet this class , who have acted
heretofore almost aa n unit against probi <
Real Kstato Transfers.
The following dooda were Hied foi
record In the county clork'a ollloe
March 12 , reported for THE CEI
by Amca'a real oatato agency :
F. Schlatz and wife to U. Simon
son , w. d , , lota 1 , 2 , ii , Mlllard , § 175
J. Nolkorn and wife to Thos. Mai
aohalt , w. d. , part lota Q and 10 , blocl
11 , Mlllard , $ EO.
U. P. 11. R. to P. Stool , w. d. , par.
eel aootlon 9 , 1C , 0 , $200
J. Thompson , L. 0. Deasalnt anc
0. Whitakcr end wife , w. d. , to J. W ,
Shank and N. B. flonon , 103 20 10 (
acres , section 18 , 1C , 13 , $2 808 00.
Clark to Public , Olnrk'n addltiot
parcel sec 21 , 15 , 13 , E. Towlo
G. Arraatrong and wife to T. Han-
aon , w. d. a. A lot 23 , block 2 , Arm <
atrong'a l t add. : $200
J. H. Kllnker to U. W. Lane , w ,
d , , a lot U , block 81 ; $2,000.
J. Kafka and wlfn to Joseph Svo
boda , w. d. o i of a i. lot 0 , block 5 ,
Kountzo'a 34 add. ; * 300.
A. , L , , 0. 0. and H. Kountzo ant
wlvo , to A. Roea , * . d. , lot 7 , blocl
8 , Konntza & Rnth'a add. $000.
Grantora aa above to M. Leo , w , d.
lot 0 , block 10 , Kountza & Ruth'i
A Kouulz ) and wifegto D. Gilbert
w. d. , lota 22 and 23 , block 9
Kountzo'a 3d add. $450.
G. S. Martin nnd wife to G. 11
Williams , w. d. , 100 ncroj ooc. 18 , 10
0. Burtrll and wife to 13. J. Lorlnz
w. d.lot2 , MoOandllsh place. 8i '
have arrived. Practical experlcaci
demonstrates and provra them xhi
cheapest In the market for rca
eorvlco. For nalo at
F. D. Coorat & Go's.
"Wolla1 Health Ronowor" roatorei
health and vigor , curoa Dynpopala
Impotence , Soiual Debility , $1 ,
The Oil Mills Side Track Still
tlio Bone of Contention.
Appoln < m nt of VtKl trnrB tar the
A Quantity of Unimportant Dualnoea
The city council hold ila regular
mooting latt evening.
The first roll call showed no quorum
present , and after a second call the
Bcrgeant-at-arms was ordered to co ( for
waa found to bo present at the third
roll call , aa follow * : Biker , Benin ,
Oorby , Ddllono , Herman , Loodor ,
O Kuefo , Tbrano and President Pro
fem , Kaoftnum.
Tno j larnal of the lait mocting waa
road and approved.
PETITION AND C'OMMOMOATIONH.
From the mayor : Approving cor *
tain ordinances , Filed.
From the m yor : Appilnting the
Following roglators for ihn oDmlng
elcctlou : First ward ; Pu D'smond ;
3oojnd ward , Jntnoi Diuully , Sr ;
Third w rd , Qonry Mtynrsj Fourth
ward , D Ksnmton ; FtftU ward ,
Sohuyler WakeCold ; Sixth ward ,
ward , Oharlou Pilkina , tir. Con-
From the board of public works : In
regard to the oondltlono of the curb
ing and guttering on Douglaa atrcot
ut various points. Referred with In-
a rnotlonn to repair.
The plat cf blcck 12 to Kounlzi'o
third addition was approved.
From the secretary of the board of
trade : Requenling investigation eato
the effoot of the viaduct bill. Re
ferred to the judiciary committee.
The report of cased in the police
court for Fobru try was reforrod.
Several bllla were pre&anted and re
From P. O'Afalloy and F. Fernan
dez : Requesting that grade of Oasa
street between Twenty-fourth and
Twcnty-tixtb bo establlahed , etc.
The'potltion of A. L. Strang and
540 others , asking for the passage of
the ordinance to build the track to
the Woodman oil mills , was road and
referred , and also the protest , several
yards long , waa taken from the table
From F. M. McDonngb : Asking
that a 1C foot sidewalk bo laid in trent
of No. 1412 Douglas street , "at your
earliest convenience , as It ia in a innst
sonndnlon soonditlon and makes a tnott
infernal racket whenever anybody
wnlkaonlt. " Referred.
From the city engineer : Reporting
that ho had randon survey of railway
lines to ascertain the practicability of
a railway under Sixteenth and Seven
teenth struotfl , via the alloy between
Izard and Nicholas streets , to the
Woodman oil mllla.
To go under Seventeenth street it
would bo necessary to tunnel under the
large sewer , the bottom of which ia
located about 21 feet above low water
ot the river. This would bring the
track to an elevation of only six foot
above low water mark , a depth "at
which It would constantly bo under
water. To bring the track under
Slxtaenth and rlco to the grade of
Seventeenth would involve a grade
not loss than 260 f aet to the mile ,
which would bo practically imposei-
In the opinion of the engineer there
ia no practical plan for a track to thn
oil mllla except upon the established
grade of the city. Filed.
The city engineer waa Instructed to
employ'a redman and ax-man fcr hia
Permission was given the republican
city central committee to uoo the
council chamber for a mooting this
The complaint of Jane B. Dort as
to the removal of sidewalk waj referred
forrod to thn judiciary committee.
From E. D , Kittan and othora re
questing that no agreement bo made
with the county commissioners for the
removal of the Sixteenth street bridge
which may result in damage to prop
erty abutting on Sherman avunno.
The petition of H. W. Gray and
othora fur side and crosswalka out to
the United States corral was referred.
By Herman : Directing the construc
tion of eldewalka on Fifteenth and
Sixteenth atreota. Referred.
O'Keofo ; To grant the uao of the
council chamber to the now district
judge for court pnrpoaoa. Adopted.
By Baker : Permitting S T. Peter-
aon to do eomo grading In Shinu's ad
By Baker : For atreot commUalonor
to put force at work to drain Sanndoro
street near the one-half '
bridge , - dny'u
ByBakor : Olty Engineer to make
a profile and catimato of the cut and
fill required to bring Sherman avenue
to established grade. Adopted ,
By Behm : Requesting the Union
Pacific company to widen Thirteenth
street under their Iron bridge to allow
the construction of sidewalks there.
By Oorby : To use some of the con
demned pipe for drainage purposes on
Farnam and .Eighth atreota. Referred ,
On atreota and gradoc Recom
mending that N. J. Edholm be al
lowed to grade for sidewalk , \dopted.
On struo's and grades : Reporting
an amended ordinance for the Wood
man Oil Mills track , uud recommend-
lupt Ita patsago. Adopted.
On motion the rolls of the honso
waa called , end the tcixoant-ct-armt
oont for Mr. Danham , the other ob.
Bonteus , McGuclln and Slull , bolcg
absent from the city. Pending the
return of the oH'tcor , an iuformal ru-
cco waa taken ,
COMMITTEE HIU'ORTS CONTINUED.
A report waa made that huroaftcr
the council would not bo bothered by
the gymnasium and therefore no now
room waa needed.
The sale of the old peat honso and
receipt of the cash price , § 1,250 , was
The committee on fire reported in
favor of a system of minute men and
recommended that the chief of tha Cro
department bo Instructed to organic
anch a force , constating of 21 men , to
go to work about April 1st and con *
tlnno to July 1st. Adopted.
The applications and bonds of
Michael 0. Meanoy nd Wolshoras
McEwon & Co. aa drain layurt , were
The amended ordinance granting
pormlesion for the laying of a track to
the linseed oil mills waa road a firat
Mr. Baker moved a second and third
Mr. Incdor wanted it sent bask to
the city attorney , aa ho understood
that aomo amendments had been
tacked on which might mnko it im
Mr. Baker aald that the amend
ments had all been agreed upon
'tt the committee meeting the niqht
Mr. Loodor thought nnothor wook'd
delay would probably resale in an am
icable aottlemout of the controversy to
nvoid a fight. Ilo attacked the character -
actor of the petition for the track ,
showing that many of the tigners
were not property owuors and had
been in the city luoa than throe
inontha. Ho favored the road , but
wanted all to have a chnuco.
Mr. O'Keofo er.id it nny ono In the
room could give any good roasona why
the ordlnauco should not pans ho
would like to heir from them ,
Mr. linker oxphiacd the amend-
Mr. Lodor , getting no support to
hia amendment , objected to the p.ia-
imgo of the ordinance , which by the
rnloa prevent ita going further , ono
objection being suflblont.
The president ruled in accordance
with thia point.
Mr. Butim appealed from the do-
cl'ion of the chair.
Mr. Baker claimed that no such
rule van In oxlntencr : Search had
filled to discover it and oven if there
was it could ba rescinded by the coun
cil. It waa too great a power to reat
in one man.
Mr. Rauffoian declared emphatical
ly that hu know the rule to bo ia ex
istence , and while ho waa as much in
favor of thta ordinance aa anybody ho
could not go bick on all hia preceding
rnlinga. If the council out-voted him
A desultory and uninteresting de
bate ensued in which there waa little
It was moved that when the council
adjourn it adjourn to meet at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening. Carried.
It was moved that further consider
ation nf the ordinance bo dlaponsed
with and that It be made the special
order for next Thnraday evening.
A motion to adjourn waa loat.
An ordinance for grading Sherman
avenue from Clark tn Izird waa read
twice and referred.
An ordinance directing the curbing
and guttering of certain streets was
DRAIN ARD'S BOOM.
Organization of a Presbyterian
Churdh at That Place.
On Monday evening , March llth
Revs. Thos. 0. Sexton , of Sewoid ,
J. H. Van Doren , of Raymond , and
the SynodlcalJMlenionary for the State
of Nebraska , Rev. Goo. T. Orissman ,
of Kearney , mot the people of the
live little town of Brainard and pro
ceeded to organize a Presbyterian
Rev. Thoa. L Sexton preached an
able nnd Interesting aermon from
Galations 2:20 , to a largo assembly
gathered on tnat occasion.
At the close of the sermon the syu-
odloal missionary proceeded to orcan- ;
iza the chnroh according to the form
of this denomination. It ia seldom
that a new church ttarta oft
with the same vigor and promise
of a grand success as the infant organ
ization in Braluard. The town la full
of bualneaa and growing ita people
Intelligent and enterprislug , and with
out claiming the merit of a Prophet
we can speak assuredly of a good
future for thin now contrj of bnnlcosa.
SLOVEN'S YOSE'MITE COLONGE
Made from the wild floweis of the
FAH FAMED YOSEMITE VALLEN
it is the moat fragrant of perfume.
Manufactured by H. B. Slavon , Sin
Francisco. Forsalo in Omaha by W.
J. WhUehooso and Konnnrd Bros.
OMAHA , Nob. , March 13 , 1882.
To tin IMltor of Tin DXK.
Wo wore Informed thia morning by
Mlaa Fannie Washington tint there
was a colored man who went to Mra.
Waro'a , corner of Nineteenth and
Webster atroeta , collecting money for
the A. M. E. church , and that Mra.
Wore g vo him the sum of COa. , and
hu aha aald that others gave from COj.
to (5. As wo have said before thoru
ia no ono ( authorized to solicit
cash subscription for the A. M. E.
church of Oiniha but the Rov. Blrl
Mitchell , inildo the city of Omaha and
ho haa a receipt to give every person
who pay cash , and wo hope every one
will take notice and see if the aeal of
the A. M. E. church ia on the book of
auy ono soliciting aid for our church
in the city hereafter.
JOUN W. JOUNSON ,
TlIOilAS OiMllELL ,
E. S. CLENNANS ,
W. W. POUTER ,
PETEII J. WILLIAMS , Sec.
BIHL MITCHELL , Pastor.
[ Please cut thia oatand _ keep it. ]
There la not a town In Nebraska
which presents a bettor field for buai <
ness men and capitalists than Boll-
wood , Bntlor county , aa it haa natural
advantages with a very rich farming
country around it. Extraordinary in
ducements are offered for a canning
factory , nlao a creamery.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , OMA
HA , NEB.
Tables Duppllod with the boat the
market aiiorda. The traveling public
claim they got bettor accommodations
and moro general satisfaction hero
than at any other house lu Omaha.
Rate , f,2 pnr day aug21tfm
, scarfa , rlbbona and any
fancy articles can bo made any color
wanttd with the Diamond Dyea. All
tha popular colon.
Mooting if the Colorado Pool in
The Warren Oaee Up iu the
Union Faolflo Grub Tabei a Tnm-
The Colorado pool moots In Omaha
to-day to transact cortaln routine
bnalncaa , none of which la of particu
General Manager Potter , of tlioC. ,
B. & Q , , arrived last evening and
Yico President Tonznlln and General
Manager Dodge , of the Denver & Rio
Grand , will come in to-day. Mr. Pot
ter waa mot by a EKE reporter last
evening , but was not particularly
communicative on railroad nnbjects.
Ilo was Baked howaoon the through
business over the Q , and Rio Grande
to Salt Like would benln , but aaid ho
did not know and referred the report
er to Gen , Dodge for further informa
This will bo Mr. Tonzalln'n fint
vlclt to Omaha ainco hia trip to Enropo
and ho will moot many warm friends
T11K WARREN CASE.
The case of the State vs. W.Y. .
Warren wan begun ia the district
court yesterday , Judge Novlllo pro-
Biding. District Attorney Godwin end
0. J. Green appear for the state and
General Oowin and Mr. Webb for the
defence. Warren in indicted on three
counts , the first for swindling the E.
& M. road ont cf $225 under falsa
pretences ; the eocond doing the
U. P. out of the same
amount and on the simo game
and the the third for swindling OMd-
well & Hamilton's bank ont of (815 ,
all being on bogus road tax receipts.
Warren was brought back from Cali
fornia to be tried , and haa been in
jail for a long time. Yesterday was
principally occupied in arguing a
motion to quash the first indictment.
In this it is alleged that ha obtained
money from the B. & M. railway
under false pretenses , and the ob
jection was that the Indictment did
not state that the B. & M. railway
waa "a corporation duly organized , "
etc. The court overruled the motion
and proceeded with the trial ,
u. P. enuB.
M. M. Towne , superintendent of
the U. P. eating houses has Issued an
important circular , reducing the rates
on foea in the trip across the plains ,
at all the company's eating homes.
Hereafter meala will bo seventy , five
conta each , a quarter of a plo ten
cents , coffee ten contc , etc. Train
men got meals at twenty-five cents
each. Thit > reduction IB caused by the
fact that the U. P. since March 1st ,
carries nil eating house supplies , by
freight or express , free of charge.
A pasoongor coming across on the
U. P. bridge yesterday was robbed of
SCO on the old bogna check game.
He was on route west and had $5 and
bia ticket left for th'o trip.
The Omaha Cornice Works , efsrs
Rnempiug & Bolto , proprleto , ar.
prominent Tin , Iron and Slate Hoof
era and manufacturers of Ornamental
Galvanized Iron Cornices , Dormer
Wlndowa , Fmials , Window Caps ,
Galvanized Iron Sky Llghta , etc. , at
310 South Twelfth street , Omaha.
The above gentlemen have ohown
by their handiwork In the past year
that they are mechanics In their line
of a high order , as the large number
of buildings they have fitted , prove
their mastery in architectural designs ,
plain and ornamental , have given them
a prestige that has token others years
to acquire , consequently they have
already aecnrod contracts for a large
number of bulldlnps , private and
public , that are to bu erected this sea
son , and parties contemplating buildIng -
Ing will find a responsible firm to deal
with either in corresponding or calling
, i *
, , Army Orders.
With the approval of the lieutenant
general commanding the division ,
Captain Oharloa A. Goolidgo , Seventh
infantry , ia announced aa instructor
of rifle practice , department of the
The attention of ollicors serving in
this department la called to paragraph
IV , general orders No. 29 , aerlca of
1880 , headquarters of the army.
When the value of property submitted
to a board of survey is loaa than five
hundred dollars , one copy cf the pro
ceedings will bo forwarded to there
The quartermaster's department will
( nrntsh transportation from Omaha ,
Neb. , to Fort Robinson , Neb. , for
Private John Connolly , troop M ,
Fifth cavalry , on furlough without
means to return to his station. Hia
troop commander will bo notified by
the quartermaster furnishing the
transportation , that the coat of the
ssmo may bo properly charged against
Captain Charles A. Coolldge , 7th
Infantry , having been appointed In
structor of Rifle Practlco , Department
of the Platte , will report In person at
these Headquarters , taking station in
the city of Omaha.
The Instructions given by the Brevet
Major General Commanding the De
partment to Lieut. Colonel Edwin 0.
Maaon , 4th Infantry , Acting Assistant
Inspector General , to proceed to Fort
D. A. Russell and Cheyenne Depot ,
\Vyo. , on public business and return
Racruitn Francis Jennings and
Joshua S , Nicholas , enlisted at Fort
Omaha , Nob. , are assigned to the 4th
The leave of absence granted Cap
tain F Mean , Oth Infantry , in Orders
No , 52 , dated Fort D. A. RusBoll ,
Wyo. , March C , 1883 , ia extended ten
(10) ( ) days.
Postcllico changes in Nebraska dur
ing the week ending March 10 , 1883 ,
furnished by Wm. Van Vleck , of the
Pcatofllco department :
Established Case , Hamilton
county , Thomas D , Case , poatmaator ;
Hamburgh , Red Willow county , Chan.
H. Russell , postmaster.
Discontinued Long Hope , Yotk
county ; Sarpy G mtre , Surpy county ;
Thuckcr , Sioux county.
Postmasters appointed Orton ,
Seward county , John Wcllz ; Iluml-
lots HH county , J T. Mehillla ,
Table Rook , Pawnee county , John S.
Poatoflico changes In IOWA for the
nook ending , March 10 , 1883 :
Eitabllshcd Love , Dabnquo county ,
Ferdinand Fottgootkor , postmaster ;
Wapslo , Mitchell county , Edgar Lewis ,
Discontinued Franklin Mills ,
LIB Moinea county.
Postmasters Appointed Irwln ,
Shelly county , W. W. Gibbe ; Modora ,
Warren county , T. 0. Precalyj Ox
ford , Johnson county , M. W. Cook ;
Viola Center , Anderson county , Jas.
McGovern ; West Bend , Palo Alto
county , Benjamin Franklin ; West-
field , Plymouth county , Mro. A. M.
The OmnlbUB Chock Mnn Denies tLe
To the JMltor of Tim Bn\
Noticing n card In your paper of the
12th Inst. in regard to the chock man
on the bridge for the omuibas compa
ny , I would elmply say the party
spoken of wished mo to check hia bag
gage , six pieces in all , to the S * . P.
M , 0. railway depot , and also nix full
tickets and five children , The regu
lar omnibus faro , including baggage ,
ia fifty cents each. Did not rnuko any
charge for the children , aa he
was coming on the G:40 : p. m , trans
fer and there would bo no train
until 8:15 : a. m. Next morning I
wished to Boll htm tickets for the bus
to and from the hotel , but ho said he
waa going to atop with a friend near
the U. P. depot and ho would come
to the depot at 7 o'clock a , m. and
take the baa there. Shortly the con
ductor came along and aakod for
tickets and he tendered him his omni
bus tlokots. The conductor told him
they wore omnibus tickets.
So I told him to return me the
checks and tickets and I would give
him hia money back , and I did not
cough about it , either. This same
party called at the U.P. baggag'e room
tD got his baggage transferred , and the
boya In the baggage room told him the
omnibus company would attend to
the matter. Mr. Lloyd , foreman of
the omnibus company , waa standing
near by , and the party gave him the
chccka and paid $1 50 for the trantfer
to the 0. , St. P. & 0 depot , and did
not think ho waa paying the con
ductor , either.
JOHN U. METCALV ,
Agent for the Omnibus Co.
The Conibinatioii of Ingradicnti
used In jinking BBOWN'S UimoniAL
Ti OCIIKS is such ua to give tbe best po-ei-
ble effect with safety They nro widely
known ns tbe bent remedy for Coughs ,
Colds , Throat diseases and Asthmatic
troub'os. Price , 23 cents a box.
A. new aldo-bar , end spring top bug
gy , made by Soyder and took first
prize at tbo atato fair last fall ; never
used and will bo Bold loir. Apply at
Weatern Newapaper Union , cor. 12th
and Donglaa at. feb28m&etf
C3-8PEO IAL t will FCtniVELY notbeln
aertod unless paid In advance.
'O 1O N MOMfcY
MONEY TO LOAN At 8 per cent. Shrlver's
Rial Estate and Loan Agency , oppoalte
ONEY TO LOAN-Call at Law otflco of D. L ,
. Thomas room 8 Croighton Block.
WANTED-A tgcol glil for general'Souse-
work. Apply 1510 faincy xtrett , between
151h and 10th. MRS. R. H. WiLBUR.
ANTiD-KUhen girl t llau * i BUck-
man'fl resUusint , DoJsra ttrtit , between
15th and 16th. 388-131
WANTKIJ-A good pait y cook. App y at
Summit Houae , Cifgton , fo t > . 319-15
WANTED-Q rlla funlly tf two , 17 IB Doug-
ha atrot. 39MJ
WANrhD-T o glrla to do kitchen work 211
north list between CipitolAvo and Dav
enport 11. 38M3J
. . - - - - , not less tlm 17 j > . . . . ,
. of ago at CunltrB Art gallery Ul Far nm
W ASTED-German girl for light housework ,
1012 Fart am dtrcet. 378-141
W ANTED Girl for general housework. In-
_ qtilro at Janitors rooms , ll.li ! &c.hcol.
3 8 131
WANTED Two men of coed addnss to can-
V ats ard sell gooda. btcadv ciplTtntnt
togo"dmcn. Call 4J1 tooth 10.1. St. 373-lSj
\ \T ANTED-Youn.Klrlfor light ,
V V S E. ccr. 15lh and Q.llfr rnia. J61-13J
An experienced tlrl 10 do ccnoral
hou'.owjjk. ( icrmuif rS-vcilo nrcfcircil.
. . , . J1U3 > MILTON ROOE11- ,
812 14 N. W. cor. 19th and leavenworth.
WANTED \ few ladles Rnd gentlemen as
agenti for Ibo blj-gest paying bualne s In
America. Room 3,1303 Farnam St. 2IS-lm }
WANTED-Men and women to start a new
busluew at their own homero peaollng :
60o an hour made ; eend ICe for samples and In
structions Acldre <
133-lmooil MASON t CO. , Monlpelfer , Vr
SITUATIONS WANTED ,
WAhThD-Sltuatlon by two mea-oneslnglo
ani one mtrilcd , on farm , to wen by the
month cr tike clmgo of ( Vm. No. 1113 llth
a'reft. Oaalia. 359 ij
W -ANTED Two or tame roomt , furriihed or
. . . n't ' "l l > eorr , rttJ hcu i < sultabolor
light houitkcepbg. Address " . "
"C. il'e otncc.
Til ANTED Laa cu to know that to secure
T more room , foj ttachlogeur pcrfeit tyatem
cf dreas cuttli g. We are rcmoicj to 1515 Hon.
ard St. Cutting dene and aja tin taught for the
next Uo vuelig 383-151
AO1Santcdby \oung asd ontennlj-
lngattorce > , with cfflcelri ccutio cfto n
and on ground floor. Omaha firms that want a
Council U uCu reprcacLtitlve ariouM addicsi
_ _ _ JOHN DOE 7 Teirl St.
\X7ANTED-UO piUy vaulta , sink * and c&s
V ) p.olj to clean w.th aiDllari cleintr. EatJ-
fa-tlon guirinteed. J. J | . sMITIT
216-1'ut Lstk Box 42J , Omaha.
RENT MOUCEn AND LAND
FOR RENT-To a-rall fimlly.Sroomscn 2nd
.J , nr > ! : uta'ldl-ako'tlcst'twa tt8''rill' ' .
-e cogo of 8 rceiiu.JJ.coptr
nnctb , rn 30lh lrcet , bctueca tarnira ird
Uouglaj. Inquire oa premlacs. 387-10 }
EOR REST-Front rora with ba ) window
with boarJ , No. 1718 DoJg atreU. 370-175'
WANTED To leiro an tl fct or ten room
nou e , w Itn modirn com coirncej acdln &
Good lcitlon. Aidrcaa Jra . "
UBNT Oooi ccmfort-big bwwment rv > m >
suitable fir hous' keep ng Alto toed turn.
Ca'l it corthwtatcor 22d and Bint elro.ti.
rotUfru ol four rooms , * > oren-
tconth and Clark HU. Inquire o ! Thorcai
Kennof , 1311 CallfotnU ttreet 371-21
"TOOK 1KNT A home tcnioomi and all con-
L' vonlfncis Niwly pnporod , painted , all In
po-xl condition and Irca ed nrar bmclilrg woiki.
Suitable lor boarding heuse.
JAUKsl F. M1RTOV.
868-1 It 16l5rarnhm8t.
171011 RKFT A rice dry basement ( uliabb for
I ? a mull family. Inquire on Idaro Street
half a block uorth of cumltgi Et. cut elJ. ct
I.HIll ihr.T iwo double ttircn , suit ble tor
I' bcardlnz bouse , gr eery , butcher , trtaliitn ,
sttua'cd > oas to command aeocd turner trade.
Itqulreof llry. P. Lange , S.W Cor. > 3th and
Jack)0nj3t * . SCO-lmf
Foil KENT Fujnlthed room for two if.ei.li ,
3 bl tka ftcm poitofflce. luqulre at 151V
I ) 'dgo s.ruet. 29 1m
RECHANB FORUENT TheZ detory
All basement of bulldln ; No. lilt Fatnam
Btitet. Inquire en pramlici. 18-11m
" 17011 KENT T o new hcujsa with fi room ) .
JJ Dr. 0. U. Paul. 132 Imo
RENT 25 house- to 10 rooms , at * 3 to
$55 per month Shrivcr's Rent bureau , op-
P0bto ] pout olfice. | 7G8-tf
< * CJR
T OR WALK AND RUNT tritoihuin .board-
JJ Ins house furniture for sale- , and h usa f jr
rutt , wllUlva lease , tll daptcd f jr ail MI. la-
quire at the pUce 18111'krco s.ruLt. (1 S
FOll SALE-SljIhh organ , o stM \ an I knre
swell , 3Jsct reeds , n itust new. hrau for
ca h. 100J Souih a\onuo. 07-1 tt
OIl SALE On horse , tliiRle wngDn ard bar-
no 8. 1 Caopcra < on. '
ciiABLTON nn s. ,
.317-tj _ 301 N. ISUirit.
nOK SALE-10 ACUES-23 mills fiom rest-
JJ cilice , on Cumlng B rest , * J.OOO
34110 1650 Faruam.
FOR SALE Ono extra good inllch cow , four
joi.il old , will 1 rid , nnd warranted kind and
gont4. Bmol roa > o B lir filling. Inquire
oraidre s"E M P. " thl t flloo 3181 )
BH1CK YAKD FOR RENT Apply at once.
> \urthlng needed to run It On hind.
Superior clay Alao house on jaid If wanted.
LUKENZJ OICULK , Yard lithttrect 2 blocks-
south of Gcllovuo road. 280-lmJ
I70R SALE 40 acres 6m torn court home ,
weit , wl'h ' IMrg spring.
3 loci in DUht & U man's addition.
4 lots In Jsiaca & Shelc'en's addition.
Inquire of H. G. Clark. 1:72-14
T710R SALE OR KENT My 2 tory br'ck resl-
C doncoonlDthstieet and t. liar 'g atenuo
for Bale , 17 000 Small payment down , balance
1 to 6 jcara time. Lot fOt''OO feet. Elegant
bouse , very convenient. Will rent it to very
good parlies for JGJ per month. Call at once at
294-Aprll 1 Cor. 12th and Farnam St.
JTOR 1 SALK One dirk bay nurc , top buggy
and harneas. W. W. ROBERTS ,
277 16r Fort Omaha.
171011 SALK House with 6 rooms a'id 2 let
J } ( each 66x132) In aoutb Omaha , for 31,000 , on-
easy terms. Will akt toim on p rt payment.
Inquire at 611 S. 12th etreot.
JTiOR SALE CHEAf Choice unimproved bus-
D Inesi lota on Farnam Uarrcy , Douarl/a.
nd Dodge streets. 1) VI3 A 8N YDEH ,
Real Efit te Agents ,
110 eod-tf 1S05 Farcam 8t
HORSES FOR S
8KVLF.D Propo < a'8 will bo rccelvcil by tbo
committee on tl e at th Cltv O rk , cilice , until
12 o''loi.k M lhurjJ y , JUrchl5h ( , 1883 , for the
Ono Uatk Pay Horse.
Oio ninck II jr o.
SaldhorsjHar ) now Inlha uao ot ihi fire do-
putnnnt , andean bo eciii at hnglnc House. No.
The commlt'ee reacrvts the right to reject anj
and all bids.
ml2 86 J. J. L. C. JEWEIT , City Clerk.
Bargains in Heal Estate ,
House and hilt lot , gxd Iccatlon , Sl,2ro.
House and hall lot , Iioir tit. Harv'a atenua
venwoitn street , 82,100.
44 foot Iron ! ore 03 Farnam street. Improved.
Corner let on Bougies street , fr COO. Bargain
HU tncsa lot on Dcuglis > treet , ? 4COO.
103 foot front on Dodge street. Residence ! n-
\eatment , $1,350.
S07tf- Opposite Postofflce.
T710R SALK A drat class second hand phaetont
J Callatl819ITarnoySt. _ 897-
T710H HALE Pockets maps of Nebraska 200
JU each. For bargains In UIT aha City Improved
and unimprned property , call on Wm. F , Shrl-
vcr , tteil Estate Agent , opposite postotHco.
T OST A new Up robe , h'ack on cneilje and
_ 1J light on the other. Li et on Uarory or Far
nam , n ar ? Jton Ihurscay ar Frlaay hat.
Finder please return to
893-15 J. M.TIIUKSTON
T OST On Sunday nleht about Cp.m. , apak-
LJ age o ( razors wis 1 > advert ntly left tn a
gn.cn co ored prlng wngon. Anyone ifturnlag
taxototfK olllce will bo suitably reuar.cd.
WILL toke ch'ldren of my ago give them a
mothers cnio for a liberal comrensatlon.
AddtessY. Z. 1'eo office. 308-lmo *
T AD1ES ylshlnj ft qulo' rlace duiirpr canflno-
LJmcnt , with IIUHO ulll address W , II. I'cc
ollice. 369 Imo }
rpo EXCHANQE for city prrpcrty In On aha ,
1 ten Hrat c'aa- ' Improved farm ] A'ao ' 1COO
head ol ehoep f r Bale Coirospond v\hhN. C.
i hr atlana : n , tit cramoatn , Nob. ru 0-lrn
QPECIAL INDUrEJICNTS Offeredfor a coun-
IO try store at Gllmoro , fcarpy county , Neb.
Apply to O. Froit , thtre. 195-lmf
MAO'STER OF PAL1IYSTKR7 AND COND'
TIONALIST , 498 Tenth street , betncon Farnam
and Harney. Will , with ihoald of guardian
spirits , obtain for nny one a glance of the put
and present , and on certain conditions In tbe fu
ture. Boota and Shooo made to order. Pcifect
a&tlafaetlon gnaranter. ' .
IN HOT WATEH
DON'T DE EKEI'TICAL. BKA80.V TKACHES
AND EXPtRlK Crt CONF1UMS THAT9'nP _
r " t'8 7'olta r Ati rl nt ' 3 N INVAL-
UAHLh FOtANY ANl > ALI. DI SORDRHB OF
THE REMEDY OMACH. UVER AND bOW-
EM A1EA8POO FUfjINAQLABSrfHOT
WATER EV RYVOllNINO JJErOHK EA1INQ
' 3 NOT ONLY KXniEllELY DENEFICIAl"
A " " "KCTION
Sr J , , AGAINST DISEASE
WDIUU N > ONK CAN AFFORD TO DISUE-
OARD. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
This powder never arles. A
man cl o ( purity
'trcngth ' and w holcsomcness. Mora iconomlcal
: han the orplnarv k nd. . ni - . . VT . ? c.al
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