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8 THE OMAHA 'DAILY BEE , TUESDAY. APRIL 13 , 1833.
OM.A.H.A. : : : :
Crne Bro's. Manufacturing
MANUFA CTURERS OF AND JOBBERS IN
Wrought Iron Pipes , Pumps , Beltingand Hose
And every variety of materials for
Steam and Gas Fitters and Plumbers , Ele
vators and Factories.
RUMORS FLYING IN THE AIR
That the Mon on the Union Pacific Will
EVERYTHING SERENE TO-DAY.
Hall Notes PcrsoimlH Mlilnljjht Ma-
ranilcra Tried to Find the Prize
Fighters Shaving Corpses Po
lice Court liocal , Etc.
There was n monster K. of L. meeting
held Sunday afternoon , at which
many representatives of the order
In this city were present. The object of
the meeting , of course , was kept so far as
possible a secret. Ono of the things ac
complished , however , wag the voting of
further financial aid to the strikers on
the Missouri Pacilic system. A system of
assessment was arranged therefor.
Sonio of those who claim to bo on the
inside look mysterious and hint that
thcro is soon to bo a general strike
among the shopmen and trainmen
on the Union Tacilic in support of
the Missouri Pacilic strike. Nothing
definite about the matter is known
at headquarters , though quo gen
tleman of high standing in railroad cir
cles , said that he would not bo at all sur
prised if such n thing wore to occur.
"Tho strikers on the Missouri 1'acilic
who are trotting worsted , " ho said , "feel
dmvii in the mouth , and naturally
enough will resort to desperate means.
I believe that if our employes strike it
will bo purely in sympathy with their
brethren in the south , and not because
they themselves have any grievances
to complain of. "
The conductors and brakeman , al
though they wore paid lor last month's
work on tlio old system , claim that they
have not yet secured a satisfactory ad
justment of their grievances , and will
ykrobably return to seek another con-
lonyico witli the ollicials.
* " NOTKS ANU I'EHSONALS. i
The Union Pacific sends out two sec
tions of the overland train every night
now , both heavily loaded with passen
gers , first-class and emigrant.
General Tratllo Manager Kimball , of
the Union Pacific has gone to Denver to
meet the Adams party. The part } ' will
probably travel westward over the lines ,
returning to Omaha in about ten days.
J. T. Clarke , general manager of the
St. Paul road , is now in the city.
Gco. Stcrnsdorrf is once more at his
his desk in the freight department , and
the shadows which have hung heavily
over that section of the building arc dis
There wore vague rumors of a strike in
the Union Pacific shops yesterday
but investigation proved the report to bo
MIDNIGHT BlA.lt/VUDEftS. /
An Incident "Which Might Have Fur-
' nlshcd Corpses For the Coroner.
> Early Sunday morning , shortly after
, the hour when "gravo yards yawn , " etc. ,
H ludicrous thing happened at the corner
of Thirteenth and Howard , which will
furnish pleasant recollections lor certain
of the Union Pacilic headquarters clerks
for several years to como.
, Some of the smooth-faced members of
the headquarters force who had just
iboon paid oil' had started out early in the
evening to have a "good time. " Most of
jthoin , as already intimated , wore of
.tender ago , and of that particular class
whoso highest ambition is to bo con-
( aldcrcd "hlgh-rolloraj" who go about
saluting ono another with a " 'ow arc yo ,
chappie , me boy , " after the manner of
the real sports , and otherwise conduct
themselves as characters on the turf
1 The members of the gang had bowled
up at a lively rate during the evening ,
'and as Sunday morning approached ,
ftrow more and more hilarious.
Shortly after midnight some
of the more sober in the party proposed
that a drug btore be visited for the pur.
porso of procuring emetics. All agreed ,
, &nd a bco line WIIH struck for the nearest
drugstore , which happened to bo Spaf.
ford's ' , on the corner of Thirteenth and
Howard. They rattled and banged at the
door , but no answer came. The boys
\yoro determined to procure relief , ami
crow boisterous in their dosiru to get into
the drug store. The night clerk , roused
out of a sownl slumber , saw the mob at
tthudoorand concluding that burglars had
iBwitptdown upon him ma band , jumped
\fromhis \ bed and liral several shots in
quick succession. The U. P. clerks were
thoroughly frightened. They lost no
time in dispersing , Eomorunnlng in one
direction and some in another. The
police cametime just in tinio to cap *
lure ono or two of the lleoing youths.
but upon haring their story released
them at once ,
Wore Not Given Pointers.
The police olllccfd were unable to stop
'the prize light Sunda } .tight , although they
Would gladly have done so , if they had
.given a correct pointer in time ,
to in Iho evening vagno rumors of the
jiiiH-to-bo began to lloat into police head
quarters , but notl ing of a delinito char
acter. No ( illbrts at that'tlmo were made
to ferret out the matter , and though the
Urge gathering of spoiling characters
bout ono of the down-town suloons , and
the sight of loaded hacks departing for
tw west shlo uveiy lu\y moments , gave
confirmation to the suspicions of the
police that "something was about to
drop , " not until the spectators returned
from the scene of the light did Captain
( Jormnck learn positively of what the
"drop" was to be. Ho secured a number
of men and searched every resort in the
city high and low , but failed to find the
light , and , of course , after an hour or so
of bcarching gave up the chase. Sneak
ing of the matter yesterday , Captain
Cormack stint that if ho had Known the
light.wsis to bo outside of the city limits ,
ho would have endeavored to stop it just
It transpired yesterday that Sheriff
Coburn issued orders Sunday to his deputies -
putios to the olleet that the prize fight must
bo stopped tit any cost. Some of his men
were scouring the country during the en
tire night , but were finally compelled to
give up the search. A more disgustcd-
looking lot of men than the deputies it
would DO dillicult to find
SHAVING J > EA.D MEN
A Loquacious Barber Toll ? Ills Ex
perience With Corpses.
"There goes a $5 job , " saidjv barber at
the Millard yesterdayr "J wish'
ho was my customer , because I'd
take tap job if ho was. Sam , though ,
ain't got no use for shaving dead people. "
The reporter who had overheard the re
mark , took his seat in Sam's chair , and
while his face was being lathered the bar
ber began. "It's hard enough work to
shave Vive men. I often have to shave
tlrunkcn men , but I draw the line at
" \ \ by so ? " inquired the reporter ,
opening his month wide enough to got a
good taste of tno soap.
"Well , in the first place , it's unpleas
ant and then I don't like to monkey
around corpses. Uesides , it dulls your
razors. Do you know the regular prjco
for shaving a dead man ? Seventy-live
cents ? Not much. Wo charge * K > , anil
don't ' hanker for the work oven at that
price. Why , n dead man's beard es
pecially if ho has been dead a few hours
is just like so much wire. It will nick
your razor every time. And then , just
think of it , shaving a man who can't un
derstand n word you say ! Why , it makes
you have the blues for hours. I shaved
a stiff once , and may I never got a good
edge on a razor again if I didn't talk to
him for fifteen minutes without realizing
that ho was dead. I just thought
ho was a cranky customer who didn't '
like to speak to a barber. There is ono
good tiling about it , though , customers
of that kind never kick when you happen
to make a blip and cut their cheek.
"Say , " continued the barber leaning
over in a confidential manner , "do you
know that 1 believe that lots of people
are buried alive. I shaved a dead man once
and before I'd got half through the razor
slipped and cut a deep gash in his neck.
I don't know whether it was nervous
action or not but the man opened his
eyes and blame mo if ho didn't try to
speak. 1 dropped the razor and skipped
and have never shaved a dead man since.
Ho Saw the Elephant.
Charles Nelson and John Fcely are two
rustics from the vicinity of Rule , Neb.
They came to Omaha last week to see the
town. Thoysawit. The sight cost them
exactly ? 180.
They foil in with some disreputable
French women on Twelfth street , and en
tered upon a protracted sprco. Fcely
soon spent all the money ho had. Sun
day afternoon Nelson squandered his
last money , but four or live dollars , upon
a livery rig , and took a young woman-
Viola liusha by name , out for a ride.
Tlioy were arrested soon afterwards , and
tried and lined in polled court yesterday
Nelson paid over all the money ho
had to liquidate the line , and departed
with his comrade Feely , a sadder , out it
is to be hoped , a wiser man.
"Tho next time you come to town , "
said Judge Stenberg , as ho released the
man "don't spend your money on women.
As long as you have cash , they treat you
mighty well. lint just as soon as that's
gone , they throw you overboard. "
Confidence Man Caught.
Saturday morning William Maxwell ,
who was on his way to San Francisco ,
was accosted by a slick-looking fellow ,
in a saloon on Tenth street , who n&kcil
him where ho wasgolng. On being told ,
the fellow , wliose name Is George Dell ,
said ho was going to the same place ;
that he had no small change , but did have
a big cheek ; would Maxwell let him have
some money , take the check and then go
to the depot and watch his buggago ?
Yes , Maxwell was obliging and wouluuo
BO , giving him all but * ! tfiOot his money.
On inquiring at the depot for Hull's baggage -
gage , ho was informed that noonebv that
name had anything atthodopot. and was
advibcd to report the matter to the police ,
lie did to , and tlioy have betm on the
lookout tor nlm over since. Snndas night
Ollleor O'Gradyspotted [ him and took
him to the lockup.
Yesterday Hell was lined $20 nnd
costs and sentenced to imprisonment for
thirty days the full limit of the law.
His victim lias been suddenly taken with
the measles and has been taken to the
Arhor Day Observance.
Prof. W. II. Smith , the well known
weather prophet of Montreal , Canada ,
writes to Gen. E. F. Test advising that
Arbor Day this year ousht to bo observed
in Nebraska on May 4th. On that date ,
Prof. Smith says , the lunar intluonccs
will be so combined that trees planted
then will have unusual chances of growth
Public sale of Short Horn cattle at Lin
coln. Neb. , April U , 1830. Fifteen cows
and nuifors and twenty bulls. For cata
logues apply to Col , F. M. Woods , Lin-
con | , Neb. , or Williams & Lacy , Lucoiia ,
THE OIIAHITV llAMj FUND.
llcport or the Committee in Whoso
Hnmlt ) it Was Placed.
The following is the report of the dis
tributing commit too of the charity ball
fund , which shows to whom and how
assistance was given with the means pro
vided for that purpose :
The rooms wcio opened for dlstilbullon
Febiuary 0 , anil coal , giocoilcs , clotliln ; ; and
medicine given out In February and the lirbt
week In Maich toSOO applicants. It was then
thought host to close the rooms and tilvo only
after visiting the poisons askinc aid. The
visiting committee it-port 300 families as re
ceiving assistance ot nit kinds during the
month of March. The charity union asked
for blankets and comforts , which were given
them ; also $ J.0 , with which to start a wood
yard. Two hundred ami lifty dollars weio
clvtMi to establish a woman's exchange in
this city. The industrial school icceived 150
yaids ot tlanncl and two tons of coal. About
'JOO tons ot coal were given out. the Hock
Spilngs Coal company very kindly charging
but halt pilcc for the same.
Miss. .FAME * .
Mus. 7 . 13. KNIOUT ,
The treasurer's report is as follows :
Expenditures of charity ball fund for Feb
ruary and 31nrch :
Dry goods nnd shoes. S GiU 10
oioceiic ? swat
Meat Iai7 ; :
Co.d 501 75
For sick and destitute families
through the waul committees 403 00
Toclmnty.union to establish wood .
yaid 50 00
To W. C. A. to establish woman's
exchange 250 00
Kent for dispensing loom 1700
Stutlonnry ami printing 5 CO
Medicine and suudilcs 5 00
Total. § 3,050 03
Mns. 11. D. iiiu.s ,
Wanted to exchange for stook of Hard
ware and general merchandise , 569 acres
of line Thayer county ( Neb.land ) ; live lots
in Genoa ( Nob. ) ; good store building
( best corner ) ; good dwelling ( best loca
tion ) in Essuxiowa ( ) ; also eighty acres
one-half mile from town of Essex ( Iowa ) ,
seeded in blue grass For further par
ticulars , address John Linderholm , Cen
tral City , Nebraska.
Supposed Co iifldcnco Hen
Four hard men have been run in by the
police and jailed on a charge of being
suspicious characters. They arc sup
posed to belong to n gang of confidence
men who have been operating in Omaha
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors.
Vanilla , l/mon , Orango. Almond. Hoso. etc. ,
flavor as delicately and naturally as tlio trult.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. ,
CHICAGO. BT. LOOTS.
13th StCor.Capitol Avcnuo ,
FOB TUB TI1BATMEKT Or AIL
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
DR. MoNIENAWY. Proprietor.
bitlfeniurn' ! Jlosimal nnd Vriyato rractlce
Wo Imvo tlio futilities , apparatus anil runi-OIcs
for llio succcsnfill trcalnicntof omjr form of din-
taso requiring cither medical or EUrglcal treatment ,
and luvitaalfto come ami Investigate furtlicmeches
or correspond I 111 us. Long experience in treat-
licenses by letter enables us to treat many catef
eclintiDcnlly ultliout tiei'lng them ,
WltlTi : FOR riliaULAK on Doforrnltlci and
Ilraccv , Club Pett , Curvatures of tlio Spine ,
DisKinta or V-'njiEK , 1'llee , Tumors , Cancers ,
Catarrh , Ilroncliiti * , Inhalation , Electricity , rural'
y t , Epilepsy , Kidney , Kye , .Uar , bkin , Wood and
all turgic.il operations.
ItutTcrlrs , Inhalers , Timers , Trusses , nnd
nil Unda of Medical and Surgical Appiiancee , man
ufactured and tot sale.
Tha only reliable Medical Inttitute miking
Private , Special f Nervous Diseases
ALL CONTAGIOUS ANU 11LOOD DISEASES ,
from whatever cnuee produced , successfully treated.
" \Vc \ Cfiu rcmo\ Sypullllio poleou from tug eyttein
New restorative treatment for lots of Thai power.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS L'ONPIUliNTJAL.
Cull an J consult us or cend name and poit-otllco
address plainly written enclose etamp , and we
will send yon , lu plain wrapper , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO ME *
L'l'O.N I'IU4TH , brtCIAL AND HKnTOtlS DlBUiHiK.
SKMISAI , WEJLUNEI * , Si'tiMATOiimicKi IMFOIBM.
cv , SYIMIIUS , tloxonnuuu , GLEET , YARICOCELK ,
BTl'JCTUr.K , AND All. U1I-K18EJ OF THE OlNlTO.
UntNAitY Ono ASS , cr tend history of your case for
1'irion * ucnUo tjlst us may bo treated at their
noaief , by correspondence. Medicine * and Instru
ment eut by mull or t-iiirets SECUKGLV I'ACh
Ul ) niOM onar.UVATlON. nomarVstolndlcaU
contents or Bender. Ono personal interview > uc-
fmollf convenient. Fifty rooms for the accom
modation of patients Hoard and attendance at
rcaionabla prices. Addrtta all Letters to
Omaba Medical and Surgical Institute-
Car , 13U > $ L > mJCajlUIA e ? OMAHA. H.iB. '
BEATRICE , NEBRASKA.
THE LEADING 'ASSOCIATION OF THE WEST.
CASH CAPITAL , PAIK OT IN FULL , $10OOOO.OO
GROSS ASSETS , DECEMBER 31st , 1880 160,820.30
A certificate of membership in this Association fumtshos bncofit at the loivcs
cost.Men nnd womon. between the ngcs of 17 ami 05 years , who nro In good health ,
may bccomn members.
t Tlipro is no changing from ono class to another , and assessments do not increase
with mlvnnGing apo.
, . . , Th9 Uon | iiny : has n guarantee fund of $100,030 paid up In cash , which is an ad
ditional security to that furnished by any company in the United States.
U has a Reserve fund which provides for a non-forfeiting policy and a paid-up
liio Company is located in the Wests Its business is confined to the healthy West ,
and applications from porsDns residing in mUarial districts ace not accepted , which
will Jnsuro few assessments , and a consequent exemption from any onurous liability.
A local Advisory Board , composed of not less than live loading citizens of each
vicinity , may ba formo.t , who may act as advisory counsel In the settlement of claims
by the death of mombora and as to the admission of applicants to mouthers hip.
A member who lapses his cortllicato may nnitslalo the same at any time upon
satisfactory evidence of good health , by the payment of all delinquent dues nnd
IMoinMiranco company in this or any other country has over failed by reason of
of the death-rate experience The failure in each iiutaneo has been caused by pecu
lation or speculation. Tno safe guards introduced render both impjssiblo In this
Our business is confined to the endowment for old ago , and the pavmant of the
widows and orphans after death.
. , . ' -I'lio policy is more liberal , and the plan more secure , than any company in the
Co-oper.Uive rnsnrnnco Companies cxisto I In England 200 years before the stock
plan was thought of , and the same companies exist to-day , some of them having
nearly one million members. When inatuigo.l iudielonsly , they cannot break.Vo
guarantee every promise we makcd with ! ? 100o03tliis being in addition to the flOO-
000 provided for as a Reserve Fund which is ; v more liber.il provision and offer than
any other company makes.
The Strength of This Association Consists of It
GUARANTEE FUND , ENDOWMENT PLAN ,
RESERVE FUND , NOIT-FOBFEITING POLICY ,
GRADED RATES , PAID-UP POLICY ,
SELECTED RISKS , A DEPOSITORY TO PROTECT THE
TONTINE SYSTEM , RESERVE FUND ,
LIFE PLAN , CAPITAL STOCK.
The cost of life protection in tins company is less than any company in the
United States. The company is good and payments prompt.
This Association is now unttning its third year , and lias a largo membership ,
which is constantly increasing.
At death or maturity of endowment the member receives his interest in tlu >
Reserve Fund in addition to the amount duo on the policy.
All policies become nou-forfeiting aftjr the third year to the extant of the mem
bur's interest in the Reserve Fund.
AGENTS WANTED in every town and city whore not supplied in all of the
states west of the Mississippi river and north of Kansas. Good reliable canvassers
can obtain most favorable rates by writing to the company.
The Wojtjrn Mutual hasconsolidatcdthemombnrshii > of the "NebraskaMutual , "
"Farmers' and Mechanics' " and "Lincoln Mutual , " and with its own members in
sures perfect protection.
"Wo regard the Western Mutual as ono of the very best life insurance associa
tions in tnis country , and expect to sob , at no very distant day , it covering the entire
lioid of the healty West with its active , gentlemanly agents. " Daily Express , March
2t 2.S&G ,
OFFICE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS , )
STATI : OP NIHII.VSKA ; , >
LINCOLN , February 1,1883. )
It is hereby certified that the Western Mutual licnevolent Association Insurance
Company , ot Beatrice , in tlm State of Nebraska , has complied with the insurance law
of thh stat'j , tin I is authorized , to transact the business of life insurance in this st t
for the current year.
i' ' j Witness my hand and the seal of said of said office , the day and
i SEAL. } year lirst above wiitten.
1 . ' H. A. BABCOCK , Auditor Public Accounts.
Omaha National Bank , the company's financial agent , at Omaha , Nebraska.
Refer by permission to Hon. J. II. Millard , Omaha , Nob.
All communications should bo addressed to ,
- > OLrvEiR. o. s siisr ,
Secretary and General Manager , BEATRICE , NEBRASKA.
OTIS HAYNES , Agent at Omaha.
SIX-CORD SOFT FINISH SPOOL COTTON ,
Full Assortment for ealo to the Trade by
VINYARD 8r SCHNEIDER ,
CJE ] IN- 1O
* p-3 B
One of the Best and Zi ryest 8tocrcs it the U.S.
to Select from.
No Stairs to Climb , Elegant Passenger Elevator
M. BURKE & SONS ,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
GEO. DUHKE , Manner ,
UNION1STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
REFERENCES : AlerclmnU * and Farmers' Haul : , Davlil City , Nub. ; Kearney National
.Rank , Keainoy , Neb. : Columbus SUtu Hunk. Columbus , Neb. ; McDonald's Hank , Noitli
1'Jattc. Neb. ; Onmlia National liank. Omaba , Neb. . . , . . , , ,
Will i > ay customers' draft with bill ot ladlnc attached for two-thirds value o stock.
F. M. ELLISife CO.
Architects and BuildingiSuperint's '
OMAHA , NEB , and DES1HOINES , IA.
OUIco.Cor. Uth nnd Farnam Struts Uoomll
GCOIIQB DnuuNQiiox witliF , M. rilti.
Lincoln Steam Dye Works
W. D. UOUEHTSON , Prop'r.
Ofllco No. 1105 O St. , Woilta S.H , Cor. V. & Oth.
LliKMiln , Ncli. Gents' Clothing Clenne 4 and Ko
You era allowed a free trial of thirty davt ot the use
of Dr. Uje't felttraltil Voltaic Pelt with Illcvirlp bu -
pemory . .ilaacca , for ttoa fpcedy n-llif and
manentoul BC"J tfemnti lability , loss of " - - - -
jfaiihoad , aiid'olfklmlreii troubles. Also for .
other diseases. Complete restoration to Health , Vigor ,
and K-'anliooi t-uaraiitei l. u risk 18 Incurred , lllu-
tratcd pamnhlrt In ttattJruivlave mallevl frif.brad.
Best Goods in the Market
' , III.
Ask for our goods and BCO that the
Lear our trade mark.
i 8 ad Butup far nUd ifticlwi. dd.i ,
Dr , WARD & CO , . LOWSUKA , UO. .
SOUTH OMAHA !
Beautiful Residence Lots
On the largo innp of Onialiu nnd observe that the two niul one-half ; mile
belt from the Omaha postofiico runs south of Section 33 and through tin
north end of South Omaha.
TAKE A STRING
A.nd pencil , then get one of J. M. Wolf & Co.'s maps of Omaha and South
Omaha combined ,
PUT YOUR FINGER
On the string at 13th and Farnam , Omaha's business center , and 3'our pena
on the string at where Bellevue street enters South Omaha from the north ,
A circle and note where
Is , and also that many "Additions , " "Places" and "Hills" are fur
This magic circle ,
And think a moment what will make outside property increase in value.
THE GROWTH OF OMAHA
Is ALL that will enhance the value of real estate other than at SOUTH
OMAHA. At the latter point we have three important factors to build up
and make valuable the property :
First The growth of Omaha , which ha ? and always will follow tli
transportation lines. (
Second All the great railways center there , thus making it the best
manufacturing point of any in or nuar the city.
THE IMMENSE STOCK YARDS INTEREST ,
Dressed Beef Business
and Pork Packing Industry
Will make a town of themselves.
TWO NEW PACKING HOUSES
Going up this year.
A Gigantic Beef Canning Establishment ;
To bo put into operation by that prince of mcai ; producers , Nols Morris oj
Awny your day of grace when you do not got an interest in South Omaha before <
fore a higher appraisement is inado. The best locations arc being lakeu.
Make your selections now.
Lots that sold for § 300 in 1881 cannot now bo bought for 51,009.
Over the railway track will make safe and splendid thoroughfares between till
city and South Omaha. <
A STREET CAR LINE
Will run to the Stock Yards this year. Tlio minute it does lots will double ( n
value , as this will afford cheap and quick transportation either by
Dummy , Cable or Horse Cars.
Agents to handle this property on good commission wanted
ANY REAL ESTATE AG-EHT
, IIas authority to sell lots. For further information , miipi , price lUt * , and
descriptive circulars , address
M.AB UPTON ter
MILLARD. HOTEL 'BLOCK ,