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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE THURSDA\ JUNK 14
The Daily Bee.
Thursday Morning , Juno 14 ,
Examinations at th Institute ( or tl
deaf nd dumb are In progt ess ,
Krug , the brewer , Intends to tmmed
ately begin an extensive Improvement i
The Indies of the First Baptist churl
will b Id an Ice cream sociable to-di
rening to the parlors of the church ,
The case of Marsh vs. Saaer , in whii
the defendant I sued for Bve cent * strc
car fare , hM been submitted to Jud |
Wakoley on an Agreed statement of fact
On account oi the lateness of the se
sou , Mr. Paul Nindell , the fashlonab
batter , will tell out bis summer stock i
over 50 per cent below the usual prices.
The Woman's Christian Tomperan
onion held a tocia * le at the Y. M , 0. i
room ! Tuesday , which was largely
Ask your grocer for D. G , E\Mns \
Co , ' * celebrated Anchor roasted coffee 01
Star Hiking Powder. These are the be
and cheapest goods in the market , cod
At a meeting of Sixteenth sire
property holders Tuesday it WM t
elded to urge the city ojuncll to havoCui
ing streat graded from Sixteenth to t
The proposition of the Omaha Eli
trio Light and Power company to UK
the streets is endorsed by one hundred a
fitly of the n.o t prominent business in
In the entire city.
G'neral Sheridan hut ordered tl
Fourteenth Infantry from the Departme
of the Missouri to the Department of tl
Platto. That will m ko six regiments
Henry Wilson , the colored man w !
was so badly beaten near tno Thirteen
street bridge , Tuesday , waj able to bo i
moved yesterday to his home In Sou
Omaha , and , it Is thought , will reoov
from his wounds without trouble ,
In mentioning the death that occurr
In the family of B. D. Pratt on the 7
instlt was stated thai It was a girl , whc
In fact , It was his youngest son , Clarks
Bedlok Pratt , aged fire yearn and nl
months. The two other members of I
family , Nellie and Ephle , are convalesolt
George 8. Bower , for th past elf
teen minths tbo agent of the B. & M.
Lincoln , has been promoted to gene :
agent of the company with headquarti
at Atohlaon- Ills successor Is J. J. Oi
for some time past assistant stock agent
the company. Mr. Oox Is well kno <
throughout tne state , and Is a genial gi
tleman who will no doubt become as poi
lar as bin prodooetsor.
The marriage oi William T. Mclntf
and Miss AUca Dillon occurred at I
Pbllomen&'s Cathedral Tuesday mo
Ing. Tfio ceremony was performed
Father English. The groom is a pipu
and efficient employe of the Oinahn N
compinv , andthobrida is the daughter
Mr. William D lton , of South San
teenth street. The esteem In which I
young couple were held by ( heir friei
was shown by the bunjaomo presents
A branch of the organlratlon now
tablUhedln Now York for the presor
tfon and the furthenng of the Irlih I
gu ga was started Tuesday by adopt !
the constitution of the New York brai
and electing officers of follows : Preside
0. A. O'Douovan ; vice president , J.
MoMahon ; recording and correspond !
secretary , R. P. Rlckerby ; financial see
tary , M. J. O'Brien ; treasurer , O. '
Torpy. The society starts with some fil
Since the trouble between lit
Barnes and Jack Nugent , Stturday nig
friends of each pa ty have come to '
front and bets are belog made on all si
on the result of1 the contemplated fig
The original offar of Barnes to pres
Nugent with $500 to stand up before I
for throe rounds has been changed , i
$500 a sldo put up In the hands of
stakeholder. There Is a good deal of t
everywhere , and it Is the opinion get
ally that the fight at the cut-off will
conducted with fairness on all sides.
These are Solid Facts
The best blood puriher and system i
nlator ever placed within the reach of i
ferlng humanity , truly Is Electric Blttc
Inactivity of the Liver , Biliousness , Ja
dice , Constipation , Weak Kidneys , or i
disease of the urinary organs , or whoe
requires in appetizer , tonlo or mild stli
lam , will always fad Electric Bitters
best and only certain cure known. Tl
act surely and quickly , avery bottle gv
united to give entire latlsfactlon or moi
refnn 'rd. Sold at fifty cents a bottle
0. F. Goodman
Heal Estate Transfers.
The following deeds were filed
noord In the county olerk'a ofl
Jnno 12 , reported for Tux BEX
Ami's' rual estate agency :
Wilson Reynolds and Edward Bli
ett and wives to David Whitney , q.
w $ ol nw J of 31,16 , 11-195.27.
Augustus Konntzo and wife to J <
Christiansen , w. ' d. , o 4 lot
Kounlsi'a 2d add-$475.
Joicph Lela and wife to Mat !
Grlndu , w. d. , lot 12 , Leis' Plac
Jiseph Lais and wife to Johi
Bnbann , vr. d , lot 11 , Lola' Plac
Ellun P. Forbes and husband
R , S Hnll q. o , lotn 29 , 31 , 32 i
33. ceo 21 , 15 , 13 $1 00.
Iiaao 8 EauonH aud wife to J <
Gatvoy , w. d. , lot 3 , block 5 , Bow
Hill addition , $1,238.
John A. Horbaoh and wife to R
ertS. Rimsey , w. d. , lot 3 , block
Ilorbttch'o sooond addition , $1,050
Wubster Bnydor and wife to Mil
Rodpors , w. d. , (44 feet of lot
block 124 , $8,000.
Goo. H. Bongs and wife and .
Hill to Peter Dadriohsen , r , d. , e
oi ceo 2,10 , 1181,475. .
Ueo. H. Bogs ( and Lew HI )
Stephen Bertelmler , w. d.lot
block 2 , Boggi & Hlll'i add. $90
CATARRH OF THE BLADDE
Stinging Irritation , Inflammation
Kidney and Urinary OomplalnU.c
by "Buohu.plb , " | 1.
The Mayor of Omaha on Forca
He Dolivero a Fine Oration o
the State University.
The address dollvoiod by M yi
Ohaao before the students of thoSta
University Tneaday Is thus ipokc
of by the Llnoolu Journal :
It ii a remarkable fnot that the Un
vortity address , which la usually d
llvored by dlstlngnUhod speakers fro :
abroad and Is generally the beat lite
ary performance of oommoncemot
week , ii Inratiably attended by
smaller andlonoo than greets any otbi
List evening was no exception (
the general rule as to the audlono
The parquotto was filled and a row i
two of the drosa clrolo contained i
that could not find Boats In the pv
quetto. Oolonol Ohaso was Intrt
ducpd by Professor Thompson , at
spoke for about forty minutes ou'Tl
Education of Woman. " The nln
teonth century , ho aatd , would (
duwu to future ages as the most r
markablo of any < qnal period In tl
Christian era. In every branch
progress It has beoa remarkable , at
the whole system of conducting tl
affairs ot business and everyday 11
has boon changed In the time by oi
Inventions and discoveries.
In no respect , however , has pro
ross boon HO evident as In the odnc
tlon of womon. S.xty years a (
there wore no female colleges. Oih
colleges were not open to woman , at
H woman's education wai embroider ;
minting , and , to aomo extent , mui
Ii a foir instances cho daughters i
omlnont men wore given extensive oi
noatloiiB , but thla was purely a prlva
affair. These npooml oasoa ahowe
however , that woman oould purai
any educational oonrao which mi
oould pnrcne , and laid the foundatlt
for equal ndncalion.
To Now England , said the spoake
belongs the credit of taking the hull
live In the matter of the more ox pa
live education of woman , H.9 mo ;
tlonod Miss Lyon as a ploneor In tl
establishment of Mount Holyukococ
Inary , and the distrust with which t
experiment was received. He roferr
to Mrs. Williams' seminary at Tro
N. Y. , and of the opening of Oberl
The question of the co-education
the coxes was then taken up and sot
pointed sarcasm directed against t
objections offered by the opponents
oo education , The speaker analyz
the male ani female mic
and , while recognizing r
difference , thought it was t
BO radical as to bo an objection to c
education , Oolonol Ohaee Inveigh
against the rigid adoption of o
course of study for all minds , a
aald that the fault of the educatbn
to day was that too little attention
paid to training students in the lluo
their natural inclinations , llo spo
of the advantage to children from i
tolligont parents , and read an extri
from The Dotrolt Post to illnstn
the lamentable result of the lack
culture in parents. He uaid that t
woman In the pice ; , who doacrlb
Julius . .Oaoaar as the heathen w
wore a shoot and pillow oa
unlfcrm , and said "Give i
liberty or give mo deott
and said that Mark Antho
was an old colored man who used
work for her father , was a f Air sam ]
of our American women , a type , ho
ever , that was becoming lets aud 1
numerous as woman's education p
greased. Be said that our worn
ahould bo educated so as to be able
answer the questions of Inqnlaltl
childhood. Ho thought that worn
ahould have a practical education
aho wished to fit herself for a wife a
mother , and that to cook wollrcqult
more skill than to try a law unit
cure a patient.
In speaking of the need worn
have of an education , the lecturer si
that great men spring from gn
mothers more frequently than fri
great fathers , and that he would ai
"Let mo select the mothois of t
world and I care not who may sol
the fathers. " Ho then gave examp
of women who had been rulers , po
esaoa , authora , teachers , oonvcr
tlonallati , musicians , dramatists t
The speaker referred to the disc
slon in the founding of the universl
and thought the people were w
pleased that a true unlvotel y luste
of a moro academy had boon oat
llahod , Ho reiterated that no fii
ojurao should bo prescribed for
minds , and nald that all knowlcc
not useful was useless ; that WOK
ahould bo specially educated just
men should bo , and If their object i
to make a happy hmo , they ahoi
make their education tend that w
In conclusion the orator Bald tl
ho believed that the University
Nebraska was surely doing its wo
Ho thought that Instructors ahoi
endeavor to find out the oharacterlal
of a now student and train him nooo
Ingly ; that lady professors well kuo
for their aptness and earnestn
ahould have their full reproaeutat
among the college educators ; i
In fact that everything ab
the university should be practical
every roapect. ' 'This , done , our c
vorslty will take llo place In the fr
rank of educational Institutions , i
our young women and young n
will no longer doalre a diploma fr
Harvard or Yale or Dartmouth
preference to one from the facultj
the State University of Nebraska. '
Death of Mrs. Ira A. PaddocK ,
Died at the residence of her dan
tor In thla city at 2 o'clock a. m. W
nosday , Jnno 12th , Mrs. Ira A. P
dock , nee Luclnda Sherman W <
mother of A. S. Paddock and Mm
0. HIgby of thla city. 1 ho dooot
waa barn in December , 1814 , in
town of Cambridge , Wai
county , N. Y. Afterwards the fai
moved to Warren county in the a
late where she was man
Her husband was tor a
yeata a prominent Ifci
residing at Glenn1 ! Falls , Wa
county , New York. After his de
which occurred in 1862 , the dece
came to Nebraska , and for ni
twenty jrcH WM member 'of
family of hrr youngest son , ox-Soni
tor A. 8. Patldcok , but dnrlng th
greater part of the last year waa i
the loving care of her only daughtci
Mrs. lllgby , residing on Elghtoont
street , In this city. The d (
ceased w s a devout tnombe
of the Presbyterian church dnrln
moro than fifty years. Every da
from the beginning to the end he
life was that of a true Christian. Sh
was of the highest typo of the Amorl
can mother of the old school. Sboha
no ambition except for the prosperlt
and happiness of her children and t
peform well and faithfully every dot
In the llfo of a Ohrlstlan wife an
mother. She was gentleness person !
fled , always rehdy with gonatn
sympathy and kind cffioes for the re
Hot uf these In trouble or dlsttois. ]
it bo true that lovellneea of charaote
and of living , If the possession an
the constant cxerclso of all the Ohrli
tlan graces Is to bo rewarded in th
future world by a crown of' glorj
narely one of the brightest of them a
awAtta thla noble woman.
Tnoni will bo no fnnoral coremon
bore. Too remains of the decease
will be conveyed under the cira c
her son and daughter to Glenn's Pill
where the fnnoral will take placo.
G. 0. KIdJer , of Utah , Is In town.
D. McLennan , of Wahoo , is in town.
F. Folda , of Schuylor , Is at the Paxtoi
D. M , Johnson , of Denver , is in towi
Hon. N. S , I lar wood , of Lincoln , is I
Rabt. Ryan , of Lincoln , Is at the Pa :
L. W. Oiborne , of Blair , I , at the Pa
N , Sherman , of Keokuk , Is at the P ;
Hon. II. G. Brcme , of Noifolk , la
Hon. F. M. Sackott , of Albion , Is In t
W. B. Moore , of Kansaa City , Is at tl
W. R. Carter , " 'of PlatUmoutb , Is at t
Geo. N. Clayton , of the Wabasb , is
E. E. Day , of South Bend , is at t
Hon. Chas. Mathewson , of Norfolk ,
Hon. Isaac P. Powers , of Dakota Cll
i * in town.
John O , Ackerson , ot StLnls , Is
J. J , Hannan , of Fremont , is at i
H. K. Perslnger , of Central City , is
Hon. John D. Gcujar. of Lafayet
Ind , , is in the city.
lion M , B. Reese and wife , of.Wahi
are at the Millard.
J. II. Lyntfr , of White Clnod , Kan. ,
at the Metropolitan.
W. A. Welsher , of Lake Geneva , Wi
is at tbo Metropolitan.
lion G , M. Lamteition , U. S. dlatri
attorney , ia at the Paxton.
J. T. Webber und L. H. Turner ,
Blair , were in the city yeateday.
Ernest Whltehouao , of Terre Haul
Ind. , fa at the Metropolitan.
T. E. Palmer , of the Manning , I
News , U a guest of the Millard.
W. H. Utreeter , U. P. land agent
Aurora1 , Neb. , is in the city.
Supt. A , A Ejbert , ot Denver , reg
tered at tha Paxton Tuesday night.
M. G. W. Chamberlain and wife ,
Dunlap , Ia. , are at the Millard.
Gee , E. Emory and Mlis Jennie
Emory , ot Beatrice , are at tbe Pnxton.
J. M. Cru ckshank nd Mrs. G. O.ul
shank , of North Bend , are at the Milla
Mrs. H. E. Clark and Mrs. G.P.Tho
as , of Tekamah , are guests of the Part
C. P. Davidson , of Scranton , Pa. , ia
the city , a guest of Mr. Muir , the ba
G. H. Foote , westtrn traveling agent
tbe L. S. & M. S. railway , is a guest of I
A. P. Woodward , a popular comm
cla\ traveler from the "Hub , " la at I
Mr. OiOtr Young , proprietor of t
Clifton HOUFO , at Freeport , III. , Is ogu
of tbe Grand Pad tic.
Frederick Luty , was the name writ
in a bold round hand on the Paxtoa Ho
register yesterday by a blind uiun ,
Mr. A. ' J. Babcook , of the Pax
Houae bar , has retigned this position i
will go into buslnesa shortly for hluss
He is deserving ol tbe greatest uuce .
MUa Hattlo Witman , of West Virgh
a niece of Judge P. O. Hawes , Is in
city visiting Mrs. Hawes and Mrs , K
1C. Hayden. Miss Witman Is a perl
type ol southern btauty as well M a li
of great culture and refit ement.
W. R. Kelly , of Lincoln ; V. S. IM
and wife , of Blair ; O. W. Lyman , of I
coln0. ; E. Wescott , of Plattsmoutb ; Ji
A. MaoMurphy , of Plattsmonth ; S.
Elwoud , of North Bend , and Oscar
Anderson , of Ncllgb , are guests of
J. A. Knowles , Chicago ; Mrs. 0. Jo' '
son , Hageritown , Ind. ; William F , " \
Oleve , Blnghampton , N. Y. ; 0. P Hi
er , Minneapolis W. W. Fuller , Ohloi
E. D. Pardee , Madison , Wis. ; Pro J I
ger , Nell , Burgea county ; W , 0. 1
man , Chicago ; W. G. MoCorristen , C
ington , KW. ; . R. Flemmlng , El P ,
Tex. ; 13. J , Lander , Rockford , 111 ; \
Sarah Hosmer , Hiawatha ; Chas. Bo :
Dakota , and Mra. A. E. Newell , Jai
vllle , Win. , were among the guest * at
Grand Pacific yeuterday ,
The St. Joa HnenRorfoat.
The K. 0. , St. J. & 0. B. Ry. <
run an extra train to St. Joseph
Saturday evening , leivlngtheB
M. depot on Tenth street at 4 p.
sharp and reaching St. Joe at 8 3C
time to take in the evening com
and attend the giand picnic on S
e I day , returning to Omaha Mondaj
1.1 4:16 : a. m. Round trip tickets
y oa sale at the oily office , 1224 ]
ir nani street. i > nd at the B. & M , do
D The trip will be a delightful one.
, d Byes brighten , cheeks become r
lj mniolei gain strength by the n i
, Brows' * boa Bitten.
A Ten Thousand Dollar DamaE
Salt Begun ,
That Bein a Hutband'a Valui
tion of hia Wife's Af.
A Sensation which Puzzled tb
A Hnnband on th Hoeln of
A init was bpgnn yesterday I
the dlstrfc' court of Douglas count
for damages in tha snm of $10,00
the plaintiff In the oao being S.owa
B. liogr , a well known ouglnccr c
the B , & M , railway , and tbo dofen
nnt Air. A. P. Adams , wl
owns a cattle ranch and ealnc
at Red Cloud and UAstln s and ia r
paled to ba worth a good deal
The groundaof the salt furnished tl
principal Btnnatlon In police clrcl
Tuisdny and eoinu live
developments wore expected , tthii
the abrupt departure of the prltclp
parties to the bflalr prevented.
As stated Mr Hoge IB a rallroi
nn lueer , aud residua at Hasting
Neb flii wife la a very pruposaot
ing lady of not over thirty years , m
their married Ufa nun bsun bltened 1
the advent of several little "oil
Adanm doea business both at R
Cloud and Hastings , and m the cunt
of hla trnnBAdloDB became acquaint
with Mra. lloge , and as it appeal
the two became mutually orninon
The huab&ud saw enough
.ronao . hin Busplclouo and ,
rdcr to confirm them he affected
udlopoaitlon which kept him In be
nd Tuesday morning hla wife to
ho train for Omaha on buslneee , lo :
ng him at bis house. Ho was not
Ick , however , but that ho took t
ext train f-r Omaha , arriving hi
n 1th hla eyes open for developmen
The satuo train which bore h
hither brought hia rival , whom hos
nd rooognicad on tha train , but t
Ot reveal himself. The rival waa n
> t the depot by hla wife , and the t' '
mo up town together.
During Tuesday forenoon , Ada
d MM. Hoge walked down Th
eenth street and past the Orolght
house , A little later the man :
lUrned and inquired if ho could aeci
d rooms , aud being answei
n the Bf&rmatlvo registered t
ames of "A. P. Baud and lac
Hopkins , Mo. "
"I presume this Is your wife ? " i
ulrnd mine hoit Donovan.
"Yes , sir,1' waa the reply.
"Well , wo prefer to have it rogl
orod that way. "
The register shows that the we
'lady" was erased and wlfo subs
nted , . the couplu then being ahawu
ezczllerit room. Hero it la stat
hat they remained about four hon
the disordered condition In whl
hlngs wore afterwards found la pr <
bly additional circumstantial evider.
u support of the claim filed by t
msbaud for damages.
The police were notified of the fa
n the onto , and a warrant waa lasni
t being the expectation that the i
rest would bo made by mldnlg
' 'A. P. Reed aud wlfoHopklnaMo
tft the hotel In the afternoon , pro
sing to return in a short time , and
B. Hoge registered and slept at t
ame place , as THK BEB reporter i
lertained at 3 o'clock a. m. The si
looted couple , however , did not reti
at all , and , aa it was subsequently
obtained , left the city on the ovonl
tain , and were not seen afterward
The papora iu the case were fi
yesterday , and the title Is "Ste
art E. Hcga va A. P. Adama , fi
name uukuowu. " The petition
very brief and merely sets forth tl
he defendent bus osrnally known 1
wlfo of the plaintiff , fixes the date
_ esteiday , and claims the sum
610.000 an damages for alienating I
iflootlona of Rosanna Elizabeth Hi
rom her husband , and depriving 1 ,
of the prerenco comfort ami domei
"rvloes of the said Koeanua E'lsib '
i UK BEB reporter iatmvi&wod I
Hole's attorney , rloii. N. J. Bn
ham , but ho rrfneod iu maku any i
planalion whatever of the facto In
case aud wai close as an oyator. 1
"acts as discovered by the ropnrl
.ho knowledge ponauiuod by tbe pol
and the averments of the ootil
likd In the district court , were
that could bo rolled upon for the
tails of the dffiir , which promises
oauto a sensation , both at ll&stlrj
Rod Oloud and Omaha , although ,
no service was obtained on the <
fondant , the case will probably no
be tried In this city.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of
world. Warranted to speedily cure Bu :
Bruises. Outs , Ulcers , Salt Rheum , F (
Bores , Dancers , Tiles , Chilblains , Oo
Tetter , Chapped Hands , and all skin ei
tlons , guaranteed to cure In every instai
or money refunded. 25 cents per box ,
For sale by O. F. Goodman.
SLA.VEN'8 YOSEMITE COLOG
Made from tbo wild flower * of
PAU FAMED YOSEM1TE YALt
It ia the most fragrant of porfa
Manufactured by H. B. Slavcn ,
Fraucltco. * or sale In Omaha by
J. Whltehouio and Kennaid 1
In compllacca with instruct !
from headquarters military dlvlslo
the Missouri , First Lieutenant Oha
W. Maion , 4th Infantry , is her
designated to inspect certain ho
and hogs to bo delivered under c
tract for the Indian service at
Ssmteo Indian Agency , Nebraska.
When notified by the Indian c
that his attendance will ba reqnl
Lieutenant Mason will proceed to
place named and comply with the
rootlons heroin given.
All proper expenses incurred by
Inspector -will be paid by the Im
office upon presentation of roue !
Incompliance with Instructions I
Hedqu rieri HlllUij DltUton oi
Missouri , the following named cfHsei
are detailed to Inspect and report ape
the quantity and quality of certal
flour to bo delivered under contrai
for the Indian service nt the followic
named pi sen :
fiocond Lieutenant A. . S. McNat
Ninth Infantry , at Rawllun , Wyo
First Lieutenant E. D Thuma
Fifth Cavalry , at Thaohtr , Neb.
When notified by the Indian cfl'u
that their attendance will bo n quire
the o fibers concerned will proocod I
their respective places and oampl
with the directions heroin given ,
All * proper expenses incurred t
these luiptiotora will bo paid by tt
Itmlfin ofTico upon proaentation i
The following corrcspondenco
published for the formation and gult
Qtico of nil concerned :
WABHINOTON , D. 0. , May 4 , 1883
Referring to your cndorsetnont i
Mutch 27th , ou application of Prival
E Jward Dnudoii , oompuny E , Thli
toonth Infantry , fcr a docUlon its I
the moaning of the sentence of cen > > r
court martial , ( Q. 0. M. 0. No. 15' '
dopartmr.ot of ! mu Mtoourl , Decumbi
5tu , 1882 ) * * * "to forfo
to thu Uuited States ton dollnrn ot h
pny for six mouths , " * *
I hive the honor to infoim yon th
the ercrctary of war ducldcs th
whllo It may have bu.m the Intentic
r f 'ho court to tmpoao a furleltnro <
560 , the sontouca failn to I'xpiesa I
atid can by rio juo1 ; Ittturprutntiou 1
conntrued ollmrwi < i than ua Involvli
e , forfeiture of $10 only.
Physlrinns are often Btartlsd by roTiat
nhlo dl > coverej ! Thu fact that Lr. ) Klni
New Dlneovery for CunBUinptlon and i
Throat and Lung dUovoi U dally curl ;
patlenta thnt tboy have nlven up to die ,
ftortl ng them to realize their reuie
duty , nnd exnrnlno into the merits uf tl
wonderful dl-cov ry , repultlug luhundre
of our best I'liyxiiilaus uelug it In tht
yractic-n. Trlul holtl.w fieo at C F.Ooo
in kn'd Drug S'.oro , Ke ulnr BUB $1.00.
STATE JO I TIN QB.
A Suindera county man has sued t
Burlington & Missouri rallroud fcr $2
000 rlamagoi by reaeou nf an oveiflow
the Piuttn caused by defendants' biiil
gorging tbe ice. The oveiflow left sand
the land of plaintiff.
The Btatrica Etnress says that th <
seeniR to be n prospect that Beatrlcn vi
noon lose B number ii her moat promine
buslneis md profeEslonul men , wbo ha
purchased farnm on the new reservatl
and declared their Intention to becoi
The Gibbon college , located at Gibbc
Buffalo Qiunty , under tbe auiplces of t
Baptist church , turned out Ita first class
graduates , compo ed of three young g <
tlemen and two ladles , lust Wednesday ,
A series of mUalonary conrentlons i
to be held In Neb ka soon , under t
auspices of tha Presbyterian ministers
the state , together with tbe woman's ex
utlve committee of home mltslona.
The examination of the first class
semt'deef children who have bean taua
to hear will take place at tbe Nebrae
inetitute for th > deaf and dumb on Tbu
day , June 14 , 1883.
A Huuiboldt horse trader recently si
n horse to one of Liberty's young men ;
$115. The young man Is said to have
colveJ 8100 wottb of experience and $
worth of horse.
A change in tbe mail route went It
( ffect Juno 1st , viz : from Aten to H
rick , thence to Welgand and Addi
postofficcR to Niobrara , leaving out Si
S-.veral plecea of land on the resen
tlon were BO d twice through a mutal
aod an a coneequecca there will probat
be souie j ingllng about it.
The Arga says that within ten di
Thiinpcou k Biker , stock Healers
Albion , h4ve p id out over $31,000
Horses lost from Valentine turn up
Rosebud ngenoy , which leads to the bel
that the Sioux are stock raiding again.
The house of Judge Savidge , at Kean
was entered by burglars last Siturc
morning and some valuables taken.
It is estimated that the sale of tbe O
reservation will amount to about thr
quarters of a million dollars.
During the past mnnth 445 cars of at <
have been fed at the Blair yardd. Most
them were nest bound.
The prisoners at Lincoln are worked
a livery stable , which is run In connect
with the jail.
Wvmore business is sa'd to have m
than doubled since the incorporation
A special train of 24 cars of live stc
was shipped from Albion one day 1
A son of R. Baker , of.Loup , died 1
week from the effects of u rattlom :
bite.S > far this spring $23.000 worth of r
buiUings have been put up in Wayne.
North Platte is BgltatluR the organl
tion of an anti-horse thief atsoc.atlon.
Kiporti indicate ft large crop of w
strawberries iu Nebraska th ! * year.
Se\eral her.d uf cattle died at Pra
Sta- , last week , from blackleg.
Tiio centua shows that thera are 510' ' \
som in the vitUse of Nellgh.
Forty plga were killed In Syraomo I
Friday night by n hail utorm.
Tlie Mft ons ore mailing an effort to
tablleh a lodge tit Liberty.
An addition to Blair has been put
the market ,
Cambridge wants a canning factory.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTI
NIHTH AND HARNEY ST
Omaha , Nebraska.
OPENED MAY 17TII , 18 !
This hotel contains lOOrooi
nil outside rooms , and 80 roe
on the first floor , especially ada
ed for sample men. A cuis :
o superior excellence , lie
quarters for the state trn
Special inducements to the th
trical profession. Hotel situa
five blocks from depots. Ho
cars pass the door both w ;
every five minutes.
T. J. SALSMA
A , H , AYJiBWORTH ,
( Late of Paxton Hotel
more * lll
for Infants and Children.
an overcomes I-'lutuloncy , Coiistipa-
tlon , Sour Stomach , Dlarrheca , and
Fcvcrislmcsa. It insures health and
natural Bleep , without inurphiuc.
" Cwitorlo In so well adapted to Children that
I recommend It as superior to any prcscrlptlou
known to mo. " h A. Auciiin , SI. V. ,
83 Portland Avo. , Ilrooklyn , N. Y.
CENTAUR LINIMENT-an absolute euro for lUiounm-
tlsin , Sprains , Burns , Galls , &c. Tl > c most Powcrftil ami Pene
trating Puiu-rclloving and llculln ltcinudy known to man.
wl POSITIVELY not belr
lerieitl unlesi paid In adtanre ,
T 1 LOAN The Om h sadncfi rani
MONEY pr < lured to mike loans oi Omihi
city or I ouL'lus aunty toil o tvo r.t cnrren
rail8Q Intereal. N > citnni ttlnn cha'tr.d. 33n
TO l > AN-ThK Lo i8 ItntiH 01 In
MONEY . llcmU' Ioii A oic,15th & Dou0li
teem 7 Un on IHock 6S5 Imo §
- IA lOAN-On chattel rtortac (
MONI-Y - 8,1101 fairpm S : . TJHniJ
\ LIU LOAN (4 > ll at LKW ofllcu of i ) . 1
Thorn's , rojmS , f"r '
riCV tinned on < ba"i cl profort > , byJ
'in > att > , Ko 2 3 Sout i I4tl8 roit.
AN'Td ) T < n lrliat' tuon hnso : 10 h SI
i r U. P. ltpt. GjCdwM.es. 195-16
ANTED-OlrlU family cf two 12" ! Jiortl
W 19th Ht. 890-141
Cosk acd a dlnlnj rco'n cl'l a
WANTBD . 8)8-131 )
' Ltsb Ingrcd s lisi anppl
WAII'ED irnti LaQr ne & Co. Arcca N a
ANTED \ girl for fti
w children 706 U 10 h St. Dolor. 8S5-I8
A fln elasi baiber , at P 11
WANTKD s , f.25 Bro > d a ] . Council tltfti.
A mld1to a.d wonan : foi"llrt ;
WANtED , wacs 94 00 rtf week 91
Djuglas St 838 IS
ANTKU Twovool larbera stetdy wort
W K3 South Uth St Omaha. SW 14 *
w ANTED A crl ft llelneks's rcstaurat
coin r IS'han i JackaiuSt. 889131
tral homj-wirk , gotjd am glvon. K
W cornrr IS h and Davenport. iS3-'l
Ku BIT' ' fjr Ke"ffal li'U-i-woik.
WAM pritetioJ. C18S llth street
ANTE > Good jlrl ; f rcentril houRevrr
W in tmall lamlly. Apply tt 4 0 N iglhSt
\\i ANTEP-A'plil todl verrril toai'-vnil
* * ID tui-ll fujl'y. A iplj corner P rk WII
a\cnuoirrt WJnut at. S. umiha. BSO 13 !
WA TH > A toorellahlnlliiBmlt'j. . C ll o
or acdrcB ) 1 owl.e & Vitndtihoaf , t'cw.ut '
Nebraska , . 877-tr
ImmcdUte'ya Klrl 12 to Ifi )
WANTEO of cblldr.n. Inqulro 1103 Dai
enpcrt at. 801-13 *
ANTED 25 t'ama to bleak prVrlo Immcc
W lately. EOGOS * HILL. 803 13
\TtT ANTED Four plrla to wait on table , w > g (
VV 115,00 per monih. Apply at tbe Mcr > po
A Yoarj ; man ( married ) wants a Btuatkn t
Jt\ take cire of h rscs.woii. In garden , or ted
any kind nf ooik , wltt > pririUg ) to Doard a
home App'yat ' P. E. riouaanACo , 208 N
16th St. 601-11
A U ddle aged T ngll-h woman ' 'eilres a ettui
_ \tl na * imiseortodi llRht hous work In
too i farui.'T , biBt c f reftrencej given Addiei
E. H. 141B Harner St. 60M6J
ANTED A post 1-n a * driver fcr dellvei
w.gon-prooji * ( retttnd. Call nr at
drsn 1801 CumltK sr , EDVABD GOKTTII. .
ITOAtlON WANTEBy alhorargh'v on
J petentbank cleikfilt en loirs oipirlonc
n t clajn nleitacta Aadrcss B. 912 w lln
1 01 St Cblrngjlil. 8:9 lol
FOR tENT HOUSES AND LOTS.
' I 'O I.KI A like cotta a ol ix roonn In too
L mdltlo. , Johns n Ht. i t ecn iJd anrt 211
St cd fct. jL-irj'osvemo lufcieccci rtqu t .
RENT Tbe flrtt ft or und bascmont N (
FOR O HH utic.t , tontairin ; s'x rooiiH t
c o . ts , with eierr co ivtnli'i cudtelr.b < . \ \ \
r ut ft r board. Call and BB thm
i RK.NT-H USD of 3 r ems a d ba'emei
EO 2 r ciui App y B e olHce. MI4 It !
0U KE T U > r om collate with l < riu an
F Vioiu'lful Kioiuif B , rur d.rrLcr re > lln ouo
Ut tUrv a\eive. htrcit ors caeu the door.
J _ Oli _ on. ST4-14
| 7OR RENT House 4 roomi , furniture for %
JJ cheap. Inquire S. W corner llth and Dl
l.lon S\t. 876-tf
R RB.ST-CotUgewlih5ra.ms. Dr fit
IOIt RK1 T Cottiga ol > Ix rooms with nr It
F uut lurnlturo , 2219 CMKaruIn P . BGl lei
o LET Rooms acd boird , tr fur'lihi
bcu.e for tuumer. 18 < 8 Calllotrla SI
RENT One or two room , h ndgome
TO furallhei kt 1613 Dodge it. 832-131
> 00113 Fumlihed or unfurnished , wl
\l board , 161U Davenport. 82J 13
IOR PENT Large futolibwl room at 13
Jnckior Street. 742-lmt
RES' ' -Fumlihed roomi with table bnn
FOR ! Dot'KB. 643-14
FOll RE T Corner Oth knd Plen
STORE iS 1109 Fain me'rett. _ 73I 2
rnOR RENT Two erttape' , tccllfni rcpa !
U LtavenwirthandSouihaxe no. $2 aniJ5
BlOtf cppoalte P O.
1TORK FOR KENT Corner rf 10th find Da
3 nfott. Inqu'ro ' IblU L' > onport trett.
rrmm Mil boaid Uo'Jcr.i co
i .b : 10 DoJf8 ( ttroct 1UOOjnulT
T7\QR \ SALE 100 held cf mule ) and 60be-d
L hone ] and ponlrs at E Ectabrcok'g St
Yards betneoa Capitol avtnueand Douglas fen
on 10th 8' . 801-10
V1OR-ALE CHEAP A b'ack hjise r years e
JJ Inquire at C. 11. thli office. 854 18
fJOR SA.LE 600 hfUyeaillnz heltin.
t 1 > 900bead Suan eld helltra.
450 " 34tnd5 jear "
300 " land J yeir old stun.
400 " Sand 4 " "
SCO " lolled oilvei.
Caltla co trictoil , Hide , Wool , and Tallow d
ert 81onz C1 J Iowa. SSt In
nOR BALE The 8 > ny mill will saU
X ? cban ( or BralwtaU. Addras Jofco Ee al
anUlMtulotPapUlloa , P. O ,
What KTCS ! our Children rour chnekf ,
What cures their fercrs , matpfl thorn l p ;
When bfiblci fret nnd cry by turns ,
What cures their colic , kills their worms ,
What quickly cures Constipation ,
Sour Stomach , Colds , Indication ,
Hut Ciwitorli >
Farewell then ( o Morphine Syrups ,
Castor Oil and I'nrfKorlc , and
S \ LKA tlnrsughbrtd cow. Inquire at
FOK Im ti Kri kson'u. 87s ) . 13
HlOK S iI.li-IIotc ! In uond f > < , icar Omaha
I ml KWoilm riceMttit onlcr. (1 jnrt Imrn
ntllfur slid vili b ar Ine tl/atlon AUK" ,
rr\WO Good hcrsei 'or sale Inqulr at Nir-
JL tin's gtociry 10 h St ttir IaDiit
Fn S LK Homo and lot within one bVcV of
ttolllgh School u.usl jo Slid this wock. la.
quire at thin ofllce. 8 3 tf
FOB BALK OR KXOHANOf Kult lot and 3
dwo'llnss ' corner ol UlhanJ 1'ac'flc ' > 'icct <
Slro Ic/ta In puuth Oirah& AUo Ido ic sot
and neM Kift'ito , Nclun I.B , end but din r end
stock of clot 1 1 1No & 41ont > stio t. Wll.x-
crinnue f , r N'un k * ) r la-di. 1'ur'hfr p r-
Iri-Ursft O o II. PatircO 'H Clnthlrf Store.
! 04 Icnthetcott. S45 fut-raon- 4w
T710U SALE 160 aroi ImrriVi ixrtn ne r
JD Ores on Iowa ; in a reiundorcultli Icn , 1u
acns wcoJhnd , r a ancpn turr , $27 piraro.
ZOJactes lnpro edfarm one baltmilofrom Hlk-
: iom I'otlcn. | ( ' 0d house aid Un , lUlnn tiator ,
145 ftcrrH under cullUallon , balance jaslute , all
fenced , $35 p r c > .
7 lots li Y te > It Hecd'saddltlon , near Progpcot
Ulll cemetnry , 8ittm nijni ntn.
Hou'e ted IcttnOrand l lau ) Neb. , B rooms ,
rlikos , rcllir. we'l md shrubbery , ko d ( uicc ,
31'tO ' ; time
3 lots In Grand Island , Neb , well located ,
,75 time pa imnto )
MntslnLowe'n Mibdlvi'lon In South Omaht ,
WM to 70'\ ' time | a } men s.
House Mid loS.two stuiy frame 12 toomr , clcs-
fts , collar , city * at r , rents for 150 , god loca
tion , 3W.
Hoote ard let 1 } otory fraire , 6 ro nn , rlo'eti.
collar , clilorn and wtll , ne r U. P. shout oa 18th
ii , sr.oo.
Slot ) la A Itn'n sub Icis'on of Eozer's add ,
Oreiy looted ; * M to t400
ISJacns , lo milei from Yanklon , Dakota ,
one mile from ( he content ; a tory crei > t birsn n ,
Hot cirncr IndKra an1 Dlrlnon , 11000 , 001
hi If efts. , bolanie on time.
E. L. UPR < lf It CO ,
f25 13 1 2 Capitol ATC ,
REVT Hou ei three andC.ur'roimi. In-
quite 60S M. 13 < h St. 850 IBt
SALE A now Hall's * afe , suitable for of-
FOR ho i. so. VuuCott , at Hat Mixer's. '
758 U _ _ _ _
i > UIt SALE Old nownpajiera In large and nuiall
JJ quiutlde st thisotlice. tf
SALE Flax mill machinery conilstlug of
FOR , 2 du'tors , beitcr , picker , jitisn , ic.
Can work cl her r ttcdoi green st ck , altORhUt-
lnf ( , pullles nnd bchln. : for drlvlnir thoitbo > o ,
abooi.035 II. f. cnctno with bi'lcr , smoko.
> t c * till nil ttx uroco p OK' . Addro Ultid *
IAM TAIT Chiilos C'ltv low. . KM 8ml
SALE A fir t-c'a' ' e necond hind top bug.
gy. Call at 1319 Ha > nnv "trgcf 3 7-t
REWM D strcdnr ntf Ion fro-n water-
" wor sbottoinBala-CJtark ud ciw 6 years
old , ilUht'y braided ou him v | > h I t'ers I. it.
w lk little Ume on rl ht hind lee. Informat'on '
to bu ghran to Jno Dillon NJ Bth.St. tOJ-13 ) }
I.10R PUIiL'O USE -A Jer ey "Bull , look first
I1 pcoTilumit 1 stf.l.fBIS DacaiurSr. bet-
wee i 25 hani 20 hSt , orlh Omah * . 193-1BJ
FIVATE KNS11 UCUON-lJi lU'
MocbaLlcA ) , Ardiltcc.u al and Ennlneerlntj
lleleroccoi , Addnu 'M "Ike office.
I' rson who took thi wren ; para ol from
I lUsktll'rt Park Jut 10th pleaia retu n to
Qeo. HeluiroiTa Stem 10th St. and tare trnubl * .
UP A eoi'llpinyinkre about I2yian
TAKEV lace , b.nn < H > rniU. Owrer eta
bar * fam * bv cllntr on N. D. P ri S.W citt < r
20 , h atd Goukrtid , and rajlnr chirks ,
810 < iU jeachwf
- \ BOARD-J3.SO per eek. at
FIRbT-CIj\S3 street 819-18t
T ADI 8 AhD YOUNG MEN In city or
Jj cou' tty to tftko nice 1 K'htaid nltatant woik
at their hornet ; 82 1 > $ ; a day taeity and quietly
mvle ; wor K soot by mill ; no ca < ra > a nir : ro
stump for rrplv. Ploaoo aodro g KolUt lo Jlanu-
locturlng ( fo. , Tblltde ph a. Fa , drawer IT
7 JuntJ Tu ThuSatl2t
rpAKEN UP - O o h-mc and out male colt ,
J with let bind feet whllo Mare ha vihUe
e'ar on fjtih.al. Own-rtaa ricuvcr mmu by
ro\lmri uor hlpon appltoMca to It Price ,
Saratoga prcclocl. 566-6t cjcw ( i
MAO'STER OF PAU1Y87ERY AND CONDT
TIONAI.1ST , 49B Tenth ctrect , between Kainan
and Harne ) . Will , with the aid of guardian
aplrlU , obtain for anyone a glance of tha put
and present , ind nn cnrtnln condition * In tb fa >
tare. Boots and Shoea made tn order i' < il "l
Absolutely Pure ,
This powder ner vartea. A man el of pu rlly
btrengtn and wholaaomcncss. iloro economical
than tlio orplnary klnda , and cannot be sold ID
competition with the multitude ot low tent ior
weight , alumor phiephate powder Sold only la
cans. ROTAL BAHiiia POWBIE Co. , WaIl-8t.'Ut
WILL BUY AND BELL.
wstm > r. Ta&vcjtLicm
UTD AU TKAMUOnOKI OCHMXOTBO
P y TftZM , Bent , HoniM , Kit.
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