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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , JULY 22. 1886.
POPULATING THE "PEN , "
Omaha Bends a Good-Sized Batch of Pris
oners to Lincoln.
THE Q. A. R. DELEGATION.
( Jmiicl Army Mc.ti Kn Koutc to Call *
\ rornln A Drunken Slothor A
Itonl Kstnto Deal.
f jjto. , me ,
Tliny'll AVonr Stripes.
tcil liy Will Millcr.ljrotlior of Joe Miller1
comity jailor , rode In a Mills to the K. &
M. ( k-jiiit , in charge of the eight prison
ers sentenced at the present term of the
district court. The latter comprised
Jlenry Ward ( colored ) , sentenced to six
years for burglary ; trcil Knight , two
years for "raising" n railroad pass ;
Frank lloyd , five years for robbery ; Kd-
ward Fit'/gi'rahl , highway lobbery , seven
years ; Frank Smiley and George Smith ,
grand larceny , five years ; II. 0. Terry ,
forgery , seven years , ana I'liomns Hal-
lard ; murder , for life. The two last
mentioned were manacled together ,
the others being joined in
threes. At tlio donot quite an
amount of attention was nrouucd by
the group , Mallard receiving the greatest
share , lie was the otaorvetl of all the
criminals , and a number of his oid : tc-
( | iialntanccs around the scene of his
dreadful crime , called on him and bade
him good-bvo. He seemed cheerful and
responded to thrir salutations .is If lie
wore going on a journey of pleasure , in
stead of one which was to bear him away
from the civilized world forever. Thu
train started nt 8 o'clock and by this time
the unfortunates have passed behind the
walls of the penitentiary.
IV S ! IjYING ON TIIlT TIIACK.
A Drunken Mother and Her Ijlttle
Daughter 1'lckcil Up by Police.
One of the saddest sights witnessed in
the city jail for a long lime might have
been noticed yesterday. It was hat of
a pretty little six-year-old girl playing
about her mother , who lav stretched out
in a drunken stupor on a bunch In the
woman's ceil. The young miss seemed
all unconscious of the situation , though
she confidingly whispered to a reporter :
"Mamma got that way cause she drank
whisky. 1 don't ' like whisky , but I like
beer , and you bet 1 drink It whenever 1
cot a chance , too. "
The woman Mrs. Mary Smith , came
hero with her four children , and hus
band , from St Joe , arriving in Omaha
Monday night. Smith is a telegraph
operator , and came to Omaha to look for
work. So far ho has been unsuccessful ,
and the family have boon obliged to sleep
out doors , and subsist the beat way they
Yesterday morning Mrs. Smith
took her 0 year-old dau
ghter , Daisy , by the hand ,
and started oil' for a stroll. Several
heavy drinks of whiskey "naral.yzcd"
her anil Ollicer UufV Green picked licr up
a short time afterwards lying on the
railroad track. She was locked n in
jail , with her little girl as a companion.
The little one is as bright as a dollar , and
Is really painfully precocious. Durinrj ;
the day her areli prattle furnished amuse
ment for all the habitues of the jail. It
is a pity that the child should bo allowed
to grow up amid such degrading surround-
UK SAW TI1IUJU
And He Concluded Not to Ask for the
Gus Jones , ono of Iho drivers of tlio
Park avenue line , had a narrow escape
about 12 o'clock Wednesday night from
svfl'oringiajmishapsimilar to that of the cat-
driver Peterson on Monday night. In
passing the "wood switch" nouv Leavcn-
wortli and Twenty-sixth streets ho no
ticed a man lying in a suspicious altitude
near the track. Jones drove up to tlio
bam and askcct two men to board the
car with him for the return trip. His re
quest wascrantcd and the two fellows
m-med with revolvers jumped on the car
witli him , lying Hat on the scats so as to
avoid observation. The car driver , too ,
was armed and ready for action. When
they reaehed the spot where
the feljow had been seen lying , they
looked in vain for him. At a distance ,
however , they could see him hurrying
across lots , lip soon caught up with tlm
car , and , drawing a revolver , was about
to make a rush at the driver , when ho
saw the barrelsof three revolvers levelled
at him. Ho turned and tied precipitately
before Jones or either of the other men
on the car could tire n sliot. It is almost
to bo regretted that tlio Ruckles' tragedy ,
with variations , was not re-enacted.
On tliiMnrch to Frisco.
The regular overland train on the
Urion Pacific , known in rail
road circles as No. 1 ,
brought over the bridge Wednesday
night sovcn Pullman sleepers. Three of
these , the Emerald , Sarinn and Wanataii ,
wore occupied by members of the G. A.
It , from the department of Now York
and fifteen members of the Women's Ho-
lief corps in tiiu same jurisdiction. The
department of olllcors abroad were Gen
eral Joseph J. Sayles , of Homo , depart
ment commander ; Colonel O. P. Clarke ,
Utlea , assistant adjutant general ; Colonel
John Kohlor , Utica , assistant ciiartor- |
master general ; A. L. Flake , Illiica , de
partment chaplain ; General U , A. Orr ,
liuHalo , senior vice commander ; J. Con-
per , Uonverncr , junior vice commander ;
The ollicers of the women's relief corps ,
Mrs. Sarah U. Nichols , Auburn , depart
ment president ; Jennie Shepard , Sonaea
Falls , department secretary ; Mrs. Mar
tha A. Torroy , Albany.instituting and in
stalling olllcer. With the party were ( Jon.
A. Reynolds and Colonel J nines S. Gra
ham of Rochester , N. Y. , both distin
guished olllecra of the Into war. and tlio
lormor n strong candidate for com
mander in-chief Of the G. A. It , in the
coming election. Nearly all the party
were olllcors in thu rebellion , and a finer
body of men has not been soon together
in Omaha for many a day. This is the
first battalion to tlio front. The mem
bers ot Iho Army of the Potomao depart
ment of Now "iork will Icavo tlio Kv-
colslorsta to for San Francisco on tlio
82il another delegation will leave on the
Thu Minnesota veterans came down by
the Sioux City & Paeitio vcstorday in
special cars and took the Kansas City
train at the transfer for Kansas City ,
whence they will go to the coast.
Sunday night the Illinois delegation ,
with General Logan , Governor Oglesby
and other dibtingulshcd soldiers of the
state will pass through bore on their way
to the reunion ,
A Grocery Failure.
Constable Karl yesterday turned in to
Justice Helsley's court § 011 , tlio proceeds
I | of a sale of stock and property ot Colby ,
If Koblnsoii & Co. , the bankrupt grocers on
[ | North Sixteenth street. This will bo ap-
ff plied to the payment of the attachments
which were sworn out by the creditors ,
and will nearly cover the liabilities.
Constable Karl is threatened with a law
suit by Mrs. Knapp , who purchued : the
etoro , Fixtures auil ttook , it is said , the
night bcfoftj the foreclosure was an
nounced , and the lawyers are preparing
papers for the action. The lady , who Is a
mother-in-law of Mr. Robinson , ono of
the partners , will sue the constable for
heavy damages , on the criminal charge
of conversion of property. Mr. Karl
feels safe in the matter , however. Uefore
disposing of the property , ho pccnred
from the attaching creditors an indemni
fying bond which represents about $1-
000,103 worth of property behind it.
lltall Notes. . _ _
Among the railroad men hero yesterday
were H. Dickinson and J. K. Choate , of
the Colorado division of the Union Paci
fic , and A. L. Williams , superintendent
of thu Kansas division , with headquarters
atTopcka , and C. N. McMasters , train
Master of tlm Colorado division.
Frank M. Snur ly , traveling passenger
ngcnt ot the Northwestern , at Cleveland ,
[ ) . , anil W. F. Hurnian , agent of tlio
Union Pacilie at thi'city. arc in Omaha.
10. U. Slo'son , city ticket agent of the
Union Pacific at Lincoln , came up to
Oinaba jefcteiday , and will go on ( lie
road in place of J. II. Green , who is
acting is clerk in the general ticket
F. H. Drake , superintendent of the
Missouri Pacific , and James Dolby , divis
ion superintendent of thu same road , are
at the Mlllard.
J. K. Choate , superintendent of the
Denver and South Park road , was in
town yesterday and stopped the Mllhml.
K. D. Dickcnson , assistant general
superintendent of tlio Union L'.ifitlc cnntQ
Tom the cast last night , and will learo
; or Colorado to-night
Tlio over-land train on the Union
I'aellic. yesterday moriilncr.was two hours
Into ; the delay was occasioned by a land
slide on thu Central Pacific.
A n\K \ Heal.
Ono of the heaviest real estate deals
consummated in this city for months was
closed up yesterday. Mr. C.
E. Mayno purchased from
August jDoll bis twcnty-aecr
farm northeast of the poor arm , between
Leavenworth street and Mt. Pleasant av
enue. The consideration paid was $77-
000. A few years ago Mr. Doll bought
this same strip of land for $2,200.
This bargain was "fixed" up some days
nito at a pricu of $75,000 , and at Mr. Doll's
consenting to it , Mr. Mayno atonco wrote
liim out a check for $1,000. Mrs. Doll ,
liowovor , protested at allowing the land
to go at what she considered too low r
licure , and refused to sign tlio deed Fo-
a time a law suit seemed inevitable. Yes
tcrday , however Mrs. Doll agreed , to sign
the papers , provided Mr. Mavno would
pay $2,000 extra. Preferring this method
of settlement to a law suit , Mr. Mayno
agreed to pay the $77,000 and the transfer
The back steps of the Leavcnworth
street school building is rapidly forging
to the trout as a , roost for lovors. Tlio
Liuilding protects them from the rude
gaze of pedestrians and residents on
Loavenwoi th street ; a high tight board
fence cuts off the alloy prospect and a
convenient outhouse guards partially ,
shelters the cast view. Thus the budding
sprouts and matured mashers spoon ami
smack and squeeze totally unconscious of
the ga/.e a"nd guffaws of a convenient
scribe. Last night several pair picnicked
there , and kept up a low , warm and em
phatic coohig , boveral hours beyond the
proper and fashionable limit. The 15in :
violates no confidence in saying that it is
time to turn tlio hose on the ducklings
and drunuh a sensation.
Hastily Called to IMatte Centre.
OYesterday morning Conductor Keesh in
ono of _ the most gentlemanly ot the Union
Pacilie conductors , had scarcely stopped
oir the Grand Island train at the depot
when ho was handed a telegram inform
ing him of his wife's illness at JL'latto
Centre. A sccoml telegram was received
by him a few minutes later telling of lier
serious illness and requesting him to re
turn immediately and bring a physician.
Ho immediately secured Dr. Darrow , and
with him loft on the overland train. Mrs.
Kccshin with her two children have been
visiting Platte Centre for a short time
back , and the news ot tier serious illness
is both an unexpected and severe blow
to her husband.
S. P. Koimcls' Home.
S. P. Rounds , whoso name has become
quite popular in Omaha recently as the
incumbent of the public printer's ollico
and ono of tlio purchasers of the "Re
publican , " this morning visited Ezra Mil-
lard's property on Mercer avonuq , oppos
ite Dr. Mercer's residence , of which C. J.
Ryan is solo agent , with a view of pur
chasing a site fora magnificent residence.
There are eight acres in the tract , which
sell for $10,000. Mr. Rounds was willing
to purchase an acre , and it is thought
may yet , with others , purchase the re
maining bovon. Mr. Barton , Mr. Nash
and others are already erecting magnifi
cent residences in the vicinity , the ground
having been sold for $0,000 per aero.
District Court ,
Emma L. VanEtton sues the city for
$9,000 for damage by griding to her prop
erty on ll.irnoy street.
Sara Ferguson asks to bo divorced from
Edwin J. Ferguson on the ground of de
Barbara Manor also sues for divorcd
from Charles Haiicr ,
Ida U. Lawrence sues for divorce from
Goo. A. Laronco , on the ground of ex
cessive cruelty and because of threats to
her life. She also asks for the custody of
her child Jessie and that the title of her
homestead bo vested in her.
The following cases will bo decided in
the district court to-day : Iloagland
vs. Van Etton ; Simcral vs. llowoll ; Hat-
tigan vs. Callon ; Johnson vs. West.
To Ito Court-Mnrtinlcd.
Some of the soldier * of the Second in
fantry who came to this post from the
western department have availed them
selves of the opportunity to carouse af
forded by a return to eivllixation , and
have been on a friuhtful series of jam
borees. Every night some of thorn can
bo seon.rcoling on the streets in various
stages of intoxication. The authorities
at the iiost now propose to "call halt. "
Accordingly a court martial has been
called for July 20 , to try some of the soldiers -
diors wlto have been guilty of the moro
flagrant breaches of discipline , Lieuten
ant Plukoring will act as judge advocate ,
Wm , J. Mtuighlin has commenced suit
against W. F. Soars and Carrie JJroilt to
secure a good title to lands purchased of
them by plaintiff in Douglas county.
Mary E. Meyers has commenced a suit
for a dlvorse from her husband. John II.
Meyers , to whom she was married hi 1880
and who deserted her two years ago , She
also asks to bo restored to her maiden
name , Mary Sheldon.
William Shiver was fined § 3 and cost
in police court yesterday for Intoxica
tion , and John Smeling and Pete Peter
son $3 and costs for the same offense.
Josie Smith a young woman who has
boon guilty of very unbecoming conduct
on the street , was fined $10 and costs.
Willie Morse , a character well known
to the police has been arrested as a sus
picious character. Ho has demanded
uuil will be granted a jury trjal ,
PAItK lllljlj OKPJIANAGE.
\Vhnt Wcis Done In n Recent. Meet
ing A Committee Appointed.
At a recent meeting of the Park Hill
Orphanage association m the lecture
room of the First llaptist church , to con
sider the relation of Omaha to said instl-
ulion , Dr. W. L. Armstr'jnc ? chairman ,
and Mrs. E. M. J. Cooley , Lincoln , sec
retary pro tern , the following named per
sons were chosen as a committee from
First M. E. Church Mrs. Clms. Uowcy ,
Mrs. Saint Hawvrr.
South Street M. K. Church Mrs. E. A.
Pearson , Miss Mattlo Mason.
iii'ward Street M. K. Church Mrs. Joseph
Ik'atty , Mrs. Dr. at linger.
DOIIKO Sticet 1'resbj terlan Church Mrs. P.
J. Pruyn , Mrs. llnlno * .
Saiindprs Street 1'iesbvtcrian Chinch Mrs.
C. S. Sonlo , Mrs. I'helps. '
Castellar Street I'lesbyterlau Church Mrs.
First 15 iptlst Church Mrs. A. M. Clark ,
Mrs. J. S. KiclmrtlMiti.
Kimnt/u Memorial Church Mrs. Dctwllcr ,
Mr < . 0. K. Uoixliimu.
First CongivKatloiml Chinch Mrs. S. II.
II. fllnrk , Mrs. Captain Msiish.
St. Mary's Avenue CniiKrcantlnnnl Cutirch
-Mis. John T. Hell , Mrs. \Vclshnns. .
li. P. Chinch-Mis. McCimue , Mis.
Thiul Congregational Church Mrs. JSK. .
Adams , Mix. Lr. ) Bryant. '
Clu'stlan ' Cluirch Mrs. ingrain. Mrs. Dr.
Kplscojiat Chinch Mrs. Wharter , Mrs.
Unitarian Chinch Mrs. Alma l\olth , Mrs
Hebrew Church .Urs. Klguttcr , Mrs. Ilel-
S W. Prcsbvterlau Chinch Miss Alice
Jiogcrs , Mrs. ( icoiso Crosby.
In addition to the loicgoiug , the following
poisons woio cboscii !
Mis. Freil liv.\el. ) Mrs. G. W. CInik , Mrs.
A. J. Poiipleton , Mrs. General MamkT.son ,
Mi * . Maim Hrooks , Mis. L. A. Hurrows , Mis.
Jtulzu Savau'e , Himtmible John M. Thutston ,
Juilgo Wnkelcy , Hx-liovernor Sniindvix , Dr.
O. L. Wood , Kov. .1. P. line , Itev. Mr. Lane ,
Messrs. A. 1) . Jones , Morris Klpittcr , Samuel
llm us , I lei man KuutW. . T. Seaninn , .Max
Moycr , Krank Morse , . ) . \V. Allen , Dr.V. . H.
Parsons , Messrs. Josoiili NIchoN , Fred Mll
lard , Jno. Dale , N. U. Falconer , Kdwaicl
Hosewater , Lyinaii HIchariKon , (1. M. llitch-
eopk , Fied Xye , Cleiiicnt Clr.ise , C. K , Yost ,
WnlU-rJiiHllne. W. N. McCundtlsIi. S. 1 ! ,
Cnllawny , : G. W. Holdredge , T. W. Klmball ,
F. A. Nasli.
Uriel' Interviews Plukcrt Up on tlic
Councilman ( loodrich : "I took a sympathetic
pathetic view of the quarrel betw"cui >
Chief Uutlcr and Jim O'Brien , and yet I
felt that Jim had been treated severely
enough. AVe lined him $70 one month's '
wagss ( and that's making him pay pretty
dearly for a single drunk. O'Urien is
not a drunkard. Ho is and has been one
of the best and most reliable liromeniwo
have had , and he has been so for seven
teen years. To throw him out of his
position now in his old age ; when ho is
unlit for anything else would bo unjust.
The line wo imposed upon him will do
moro to make him over more reliable
than ho ti'is been , and even deterring
some of his associates from drunkenness
than his discharge would. It is folly to
expect to find perfect men. He.sidos _
Uutlur should not have sent us his resig
nation. He should have handed it to the
mayor , and then it would have come to
Colonel J. J. Dickey : "Yes , I returned
Wednesday night from the
Black liills country , having
been to Rapid City to inspect the
now Western Union branch to that city ,
on the Northwestern. I found every
thing in satisfactory condition. The
Western Union intends to extend its
lines in the Black Hills country and will
erect within the next month or six weeks
a stretch of wire from Rapid City to Deadwood -
wood , a distance of about two hundred
miles. The country up there is develop
ing very rapidly and nearl.C all the land
in that part of the country I visited is di
vided up into farms and ranches. "
C/tus. Ogilcn : "I liavo just returned
from Chicago , and while there 1 attended
Iho trial of the anarchists. One feature
ol the trial which struck me most forci
bly was the perfect discipline Ayliich was
maintained by the judge , and it was in
strange contrast , 1 can tell you , to what
we are used to here. For instance , ono
of the lawyers , Mr. Foster , started to
ask a witness : 'Do you pretend to say
, ' when bo was interrupted by the
judge , who ruled the question out as be ]
ing improper and impertinent. 'Any
question propounded in that manner , '
said the judge , 'retleets on the character
of the witness , and I will not allow it.1
Mr. Foster re-worded his question , and
was allowed to go on. In other points of
court ethics , the judge is equally strict. "
A.M. Welch : "I learn that Omaha is
to have- two national conventions next
year the Presbyterian general assembly
and the Conference of charities and cor
rections. Do you know that there has
never been but one .successful national
convention held in tliis city ? And thab
could scarcely lay claim to the title , be
cause though many of the delegates came
from all parts ot the country , yet they
sought to have their ideas obtain in Ne
braska , tor Nebraska's good as they
styled it. These delegates were the
members of the woman suffrage conven
tion field hero several years ago. Not
long since there was to have been a con
vention of police superintendents here ,
but the thin ; ; fizzled. Several other af
fairs also flashed in tlio pan , and most re
cently , the national convention of Platt-
deiitsiihors , failS ingloriously with but a
handful of delegates. Why is thisV Do
you think the matter is worth looking
into ? " ,
No Kvldonco Against Tracy and Ills
Companions Ho Wanted Whlnky. <
Tracy , Langley and Goodin , the men
arrested on suspicion of 'having some
thing to doyitii the street car robbery
of Monday night , are still in jail. No
eliminating uvidcnco lias been discov
ered against them. Even tlio identifica
tion of the btreet car driver , Peterson , is
weak and far from absolute. Judge
Stenborsj said this morning that ho did
not feel justified in filing against thorn a
complaint for the robbery. From nil
present appearances the charge would
lull through and the city might have a
suit for false imprisonment on its bauds.
Ono of the prisoneis , James 'Iracoy , is
almost a total wreck from drink. In
fact , sine o his incarceration Wednesday
nioniinir , ha has suffered from n slight at
tack of delirium troniens. A heavy dose
of whisky brought him around all right
again. Tlio dose was given him by order
ot Judio Stcnborg , who sent out and procured -
cured a largo bottle of whisky. The fiery
fluid was handed to Tracoy through the
bars. Ho jumped at it like a wild beast ,
and running buck to the rear of the cell
bwallowcd half of it at ono gulp.
"Hand that bottle to mo now ! " 'de
manded the judge after Tracy had taken
the bottle from his lips ,
"Oh , judge , lot mo keep it , " whimpered
the inebriate , clinging to the bottle nor-
"You'll bo Intoxicated in half an
"No I won't , " replied Tracy , "I'll keep
it wrapped up in a blanket and only take
n small swallow at a time , "
He was allowed to keep the whisky ,
and has been quiet ever since.
Yesterday afternoon Judge Stenborg
released the 1111114 from the charge pre
ferred against him.
BACK TO TIlKin HOMES.
nissctt an'J Beers Acitin Ity Tholi-
Firosldos in Nebraska.
Dissett uud 13ocrs , tlae men accused of a
diabolical crime on the person o'f a young
man near Corning , Atjams county , la. ,
and who were nrrcsturt Wednesday and
sought to bo rcleose.dnm a writ v f haheas
corpus by Judge Wnfcoly , wont to Council
Uluirs Wednesday tusht ami gave bonds in
the sum of $1,000 to answer to the charge
of maiming and disfiguring at the next
term of the district conrtin Adams county.
Bissett was arrested in Folk county in
this state , where ho claims to have
resided during the past four years. Beers
is Ins son-in-law and has lived in this city
for some months. Both claim apd assert
that they can prove their residence hero
at tlio time of the commission of the al
leged crimo. Immediately after giving
bond , Beers returned to this city and Bis-
sett wont to his homo in Polk county.
Sheriff Bcrgan says that the friends of
Bissott have known him to reside where
ho now lives and at tlio time of the com
mission of the alleged barbarity , and
Beers likewise claims to be nblo to prove
an nlibi. The mysterious part of the busi
ness is that the young man deformed said
nothing about it at the time of the com
mission , waiting until the grand jury
meeting a short time ago. It would
seem , strange , however , that ho would
falsely accuse lunoeunt people of the
crime to save guilty ones.
COMM1SXCINO 111 PIS.
A Son of Prod Amos niul Itctntlro of
Philanthropist Ponhody In Town.
Yosterdas morning the folowing entries
made upon the register at the Millard :
"Oliver Ames , 2d boston , " and "Geo. L.
Pcabody , Boston. " These wore pretty
high-sounding names in the not distant
past , and , bccau.se of that fact , were
siiflioiont to arouse the curiosity of a BIK :
reporter as to who were the bearers of
them at the present time. And
the curiosity was satislied. Geo. L.
Peabody is a youn < r man twenty-two
years ot age , regular , pleasant features ,
light blond mustache in its incipient
stages , and a voice singularly sonorous
for u young man of his build. He is a
distant relative of the world-renowned
philanthropist after whom he is named.
Oliver Ames , is of tin ? .same ago , a head
taller , a great deal heavier , with ti kindly ,
yet not so intelligent or attractive set of
features as those of Peabody. lie is the
son of Fred Ames , one of the present
directors of the Union Pacific. Botii
have just graduated from Cambridge , and
nro on their wav in a trip around the
world which will occupy about eight
months. They left last night over the
Union Pacific for San Fivineisco.
\Vhnt Ho Snyn in Hcply to Hutlor's
C luu new.
James O'Brien , late driver of the hook
and ladder truck was met yo > terdaymorn- !
ing by a Bui : reporter. He said he wanted
tomake aSstatemeiit with reference to that
made by Marshal Butler concerning the
fire on the iid of July. "Butler
claims , " lie said , "that 1 was drunk on
that day and nearly upset Iho truck , and
came near killing two .men. I want to
say that I never made a nicer run in my
life , and that I wasnotdrunkat that time.
I have been drivjng in this depurlment
now between sixteen and seventeen
years , and in all that time 1 have missed
but two fires when I was on duty. Does
that prove that I havu been a drunkard ?
I have never had an accident and nnvcr
broke a truck or injured n horse. I had
ono team for ten years. Except for age
when sold , tliov were just as
sound as when I first held the reins over
them. Talk about breaking trucks , if
you want to know who are the men that
break the apparatus , get Butler to show
you what carts have the repairs made
upon thorn and sec how much they cost ,
too. " _
THE TAIjKIJtG AVIUK.
Hereafter It Will Spcnk. More Plainly
The- Nebraska Telephone company
have ordered all the material for a new
air flue to Ashland. It follows that now
staked out by the U. & M. road , and will
shorten the distance by wire between
Omaha and that city by about sixteen
miles. The old wires run in a zig-zag
direction , taking in Papillion , Spring
field , Louisville and South Bend , and is
about forty-four miles in length , while
that o f the proposed line is but , twenty-
eight The line will bo completed bolorc
The line on the old route was the or
dinary iron one , which occasions quite an
amount of resistance , and has always
made it a ditlleult matter to establish
connection by means of it with the coun
try contiguous to Lincoln. The now wire
will bo of copper of numberlwiilvegaugo ,
which will readily enable people in the
territory mentioned to talk as uasjly with
Omaha ns Omaha can with Council Bluffs.
Next year , the now line will be extended
to Lincoln , and the communication then
will bo even more easy between tins city
and outside points.
ior Sale Cheap Fine Jersey heifer
calf , three months old. Address at once ,
II. C. . care Paeilio Hotel Co.
Jlr. John A. McShano returned ynstcr-
lay morning from Chicago whore ho has
been for a few days past purchasing ma
chinery for the now packing-houses in
Soutli Omaha to bo operated by Fowler
Bros , and Thomas Lipton.
Tlio machinery purchased is of tlm lat
est , bust and most improved make , cost
ing in the neighborhood of ? 80,000. Most
of it is now on the way.
"Tho machinery will bo hero in a few
days" Mild Mr. McShano "and will bo
placed in the buildings as soon as it ar
rives. W expect to have the houses in
operation by Sept. 1 at the latest. "
Company D of the Louisville. Legion is
soon to give an exhibition of the manual
with Chinese lanterns , after dark.
Omaha Republican Company.
Articles of incorporation of thu Omaha
Republican company were Idled yester
day with thocountycjerkuiulorjtho [ ; name
aboyo mentioned. It will carry on the
printing of the paper named and do a
general printing and publishing business.
Tho. capital stock is ? 150,000 with shares
of f5CO apiece , Tlio capital may bo in
creased to ? 500,00'J ' by two-thirds vote of
the block , Business commenced July 31.
The greatest liability is $100,000. Tlio
stockholders are S. P. Rounds , Cadet
Taylor and A. U. Wyinan.
Grading Contracts ,
The board of public works
yesterday morning'CI3opencd bids
for grading Dorcas street
from Tenth to Thirteenth , and Twenty-
Jifth street from Capitol nvenuo to Call-
foruia street. The bids for eaeh * re
spectively were as follows : C. E , Fan
ning & Co. . 21 and 211 cents per cubic
yard : Stunt * Hamel , 21J cents ; A , U.
lloel , 2J cents ; Samuel Kutz , 21J and 20fr
cents ; James Fox , 10 and 17i cents. The
contract was awarded to James Fox.
Opolt's Hotel , Lincoln Neb. , opened
March 15th , first class in every respect.
O. A. n. to California.
Yesterday morning the ovcrand trainou
the Union Pacific can led west a Pullman
coach loaded with G. A. R. men from
Cleveland , O. They were" brought hereunder
under the direction of W. t\ Herman ,
agent of the road at Unit placn" , nurt E. S.
Menough , of the L. S. & M. S , , who will
also accompany them to the coast.
THIS SPACE IS llESKltrEll J-'O/f 2VJJ3
WHO WILL OriW W1TJT AIT li\TLKE XElfr STOCK AT
On or about Sept. 1st , 1886.
Now Secured by a l > evicc on the A. D.
T. Call Boxes.
The American District Telegraph com
pany is about to replace all its old
call boxes with others , which contain a
recent patent , and which will be of ex
ceeding importance to patrons. Hereto
fore after a call it has required frequently
as long as half an hour to close the wire
opened. The wires of the system arc con
tinuous , that is , going and coming to the
oflieo , instead of being grounded , asj in
the ordinary telegraph circuit. The in
vention in question , and a very simple
one it is. has the ell'ecf of automatically
"grounding" the wiiv when open , thus
establishing the circuit , the same as with
the telegraph , and enabling every caller
to establish immediate connection with
the oflieo. Thu now device is to bo placed
in position as rapidly as possible and
will do away with a great deal of the an
noyance to which patrons have all along
A Stolen Horse.
A week ago , the horse of Bernard
Evers , the Cuming street painter disap
peared mysteriously. A detective was
hired to hunt him up. The animal was
found in Council Bluffs in the possession
of a farmer who resides throe miles from
that place , who claimed the horse had
passed through three hands in u week.
The farmer reiuscd to toll , however , from
whom he had purchased him , but yester
day ho returned him to Mr. Evers with
the .story that ho had bouirht the horse
from an' Omaha butcher , whose name he
would not give.
Tloatrloo null Waterworks.
E. O. KrctHinger , mayor , Willis Ball ,
Gates Warner. E. Malioney , John Kol
logg. Louis Ball ami A.
V. Saunders , all ; of Beatrice ,
in this state , were hero Wednesday
evening examining our system of water
works , with a view to incorporating
some of their features into those whicli
are about inaugurated in that place.
They returned homo Wednesday night.
Personal Pftr.i rnplin.
L. S. Sago , of Falls City , is in Omaha.
L'J. D. McDonald , of Lincoln , is in tlio
S. II. 11. Clark loft last night for the
J. O. Edwards , of Rapid City , is at the
DColouel Henry has gone to Colorado
OJohn Uwsh went to [ Norfolk yesterday
Mayor Boyd went to Chicago lafit
Dr. Merriam came in from the east last
Mrs. J. 13. Boyd is visiting friends in
M , W. Stone , of Wahoo \ a guest Jof
J. K. Anderson , of Waukesha , Wis. , is
William Murray , of Aberdeen , Scot
land , is in the city.
II. W. Breckonridgo left last evening
for a visit to Now York.
Mr. C. M. Eaton went to Chicago over
llm Quinoy last evening.
Rev. A. F. Shorrlll went west to Plum
Creek yesterday morning.
W. A. Paxton and wife returned from
Chicago , yeslcrday mornlng.l _ _ _ _
Dr. Spaulding and family left last ev
ening for a trip to tlio Pacific const.
Judge Crawford ofV \ est Point , regis
tered at the Paxlon ycslerday morning.
J. F. Perkins. Weeping Walor , and
Samuel LOUJJ. South Bond , are at the
William Bartelo , Inspector of freight nt
the Union Pacilie local ollico , has gene to
Chicago for a short visit.
Matt Clair , passenger agent of the Rook
Island , succeeded in catching yesterday
morning's train for a western trip.
City Clerk J. B. Southard leUlastevon-
ing to spend a well earned vacation of
two weeks in a pleasure visit to Salt
Lake , Denver and other western poit.ts.
lie was accompanied by his wife.
John Nicliol. of the uYm of MaoRitchor
& Nicliol , civil engineers , Chicago , was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Nicliol was a
resident of Omaha in 1809 , and a mombcr
of the engineer force of the Union Pacific
when that road was built.
An.ulegant 10-room brick residence on
St. Mary's avenuo. All the modern con-
veniencefl. Also a largo store room on
ICtli at. Good loc'aliou. Muir & Rcim
iiigfoii , 10W Farunui ,
RELIABLE JEWELER ,
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware ,
lie largest stock. Prices the lowest. Kino ropilrlnif n specialty. All work w.irrantuil. Oorno
DoiiBlus mid Ktli street , Onmlm.
' M. BTJEKE & SOWS ,
lIlfE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
GEO. ntJHKE ,
UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
REFERENCKS : Merchants' and FarmovsISanlc , David City , Nob. ; ICearuov National
BankKeanicy. Neb. : Colutiibas St.ito llanlc Uoluinbiis , Neb. ; McDonald's H.iak , Nortb
1'latte , Ni'b. ; Oiimha Xatlounl Bank. Omaha. Neb.
Will pay customers' draft with bill of ladini' attached for two-thirds value of. stock
C. E MAYNE ,
S. W. COM. 15tU FAIt.VAM , OMtC.V.
Property of every description for sale m all parts of the city. Lauds lor sale In
county in Nebraska. A complete set of Abstracts of Titles of Douglas County kept.
Maps of the City , State or county , or any other information dodired furuishoci
free of charge upon application.
The two garbage boats which have
been buiHfaor the city under the direc
tion of City Engineer RosowatQr were
launched last uignt , and will bo ready tor
This powilor never varies. A mnrvcl of pur
ity , fetruiiKtli \vliilosoiioMO ] = fl. Moro ccnn-
omleul tliuii the nrtllnnry kinds nnd oiumt ton
PolJ In coinpotltloa with tlio inullltiiilo of low
test , abort wolglitnlum or plir > = pluito powders.
Holll ( lllly III PRIH. llOVAI. KAKtMO 1'OWUKII CO.
4C \ViiJBt.\'ow | York.
Jloom 17 , Arllogton niock ,
(1st ( DulKJlDff West of 1' . O. )
Tolophouo Ko. 888
8 to 9 , and 11:30 toZ a. m.
2 to 1 , and T to B p m ,
Sundays , K to 1 p. m.
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DAY FllOM 10 TO 13 A. IL , A3 A I'UUU 1)16- )
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