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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1886)
TTTT1 fWATTA T > ATTAr A V 20. 188(5. (
BARRING OUT SICK CATTLE ,
The City Veterinarian Receives Btringen t
Orders About Pleuro-Pnenmonia.
QUARANTINE IS MAINTAINED.
He I'lnyoil Karo The Telephone Scr-
> Ice A. Hey Kim Over Kail
Notes A .South Omnlm
Ilrcwcry , lite.
1'roteolliiK Wtnlc Cattle.
lr Kainacciotti , city veterinary , re
ceived the following telegram yesterday
I.IMOIV , Nin. : , Sept. 27. Dr. II. 1 *
Itnmnn irittl. Haiuey street Hold all Illi
nois cattle until furlfioroiders. lly order of
the hive Stock Sanitary eninmisslitii.
( I. (11:111 ( : n , M. I ) .
Tins telegram Is signed by thu gctitlc-
innn who stands at tin1 head of the coin-
in ji < > n , and Is based upon tlui
threatening reports of tilts pre
valence ot plouio-pneiinionia whieli
HOdins to bo Jiow all'eeliug the
cattle in the dislillery yards and sheds in
Chicago , as also in a mild decree in the
stock J arils at thai point. The fact of
the disease having been discovered at
Hie latter place , liowo\er , is denied by
the .superintendent of the same , and the
secretary of the company , as may bo
icen elsewhere in thisKsuo of the ! : ; .
ISesidcs holding I ho position of city
veterinarian , Dr. Kamaeciotti is al o live
Block inspector for the t'nion 1'acilio , but
is under Hie direction of
the state live stock commission.
Ills dutj is to daily visit the yards of
the company at Council Illull's mid exam
ine all cattle and horses inicndcd for
shipment into this slate.
With regard to plcuro-pneuinonin , Dr.
Hamaeeiatti says that a ease of it has
never hcon found in Nebraska. Aever-
theless the quarantine must oo estab
lished , and tie will maintain il until
further notice. The disease , ho .says , has
been occasioned in the present instance
by a germ whieli lodges in the lungs
causing tim formation of a pus , giv
ing to the lungs a murboli/ed
appearance with streaks of rod ami white.
'Jims far no cattle have come from Chicago
cage , since thu .stringent orders issued by
the live stock commission of that slate.
\voro issued. Yesterday , however , one
hundred and twenty-live head of vear-
lings and tlireo-yo.ir olds , from Huron
county , Ohio , were received. These had
passed tnrottgli the yards : it Chicago , but
their ownersclaiined they remained there
but .six hours , and during that time were
isolated from the rest of the cattle , hav-
inir been quartered in the sheep nous.
The parties in charge niado altidavit to
tliis cU'ect , ami as tnuy were all in a
healthy condition , the doctor allowed
them to bu .shipped , at the .same time ex
acting an allidavit from the owners , two
men named I'eck , that they would quar
antine thorn for ninety days after their
ai rival at their dcstmnlion , a place in the
vicinitv of St. Paul , in this .state.
Ir Kanuicciotti stales that there is now
enforced in the slalo quarantine orders
against cattle from all the easternnorth
eastern , southern and middle states. The
cifTcot of this is I he detention of all cattle
from those states , at owners' e\ponsu for
iimoU da.\s , unless it can bo shown by a
bill of health from a veterinarian at thu
point of shipment that the animals camu
irom a herd ii : no wise all'octed. This
condition however , will not now operate
in ea e of Illinois cattle under the.
order contained in the above telegram ,
llorses and mules from the proscribed
districts arc not detained the time men
tioned. The are examined solely to de
termine whether or not they are afllictcd
with cither glanders or farcy. If not , the
fact is reported to the hvo stock commis
sion and by them an order of discharge
t Yesterday morning Dr. Raniaeeiottijhad
Ills attention directed to a lior.su that had
stood tor two days back in the alloy in
the rear of Kcdick's block , lie exam
ined thu animal , found him affccfed witli
glanders , and ordered him shot , which
was done by a policeman.
A Man "Who GnnililiMl nil Stolen
Money Police Court.
"There's the man that got my money ,
judge , " said S. T. Uradloy , a workingman -
man , in police court yesterday
morning , pointing to a tall ,
hard looking customer who stood
in front of the judicial desk. The
charge mtulo by Hradloy was tiiat ono
Frank Kinsulla had stole $20 belonging
to him. The evidence showed that Kin-
Bella had Monday night met Bradley , who
was out of work , and olVurod to get him
a job in n wholesale furniture establish
ment. After this ariangemunt had been
made , Kiusulla turned to Ilradloy and
asked the loan ot f.l. The latter had a
$20 gold piccu in his poakct and gave
it to Kinsulla , telling him to
return $15 of ihu amount. This Kinsulla
Hromisod to do. Instead , however , ho
went olFnml lost the whole amount play
ing faro. Kinselhi's dofimeo was that
Bradley had given him thu money to play
faro with , with the understanding that
the profits of the gambling deal wuro lo
bo divided. The judge found him guilty ,
howovcr , and sentenced him to thirty
days in the county jail ,
Lawrence Solfor was sent up to the
county jail for ten days. Ho had stolen
ihn kuy to Henry Dufour's butcher shop ,
and as somu articles wuro stolen front
that place shortly afterward , the supposi
tion was that Suitor was thu guilty man.
J. 11 , Friu and C. O. Coburn we're lined
L lfi and costs each for liglitini ; , Out of
eight drunks , three weru lined and thu
WIIIBICV roll INDIANS.
The Kudcral Authorities Al'tcr a I'er-
nioloiiK Otl'eniler ,
United Status Marshal liierbowcr and
Uomity Attorney Lamberlbon , who have
jiiht returned from a visit to the Kosobud
Jmlhui Agency , succeeded m making a
rather important arrest that of-Timo
thy H. Spring , for selling liquor to In
dians on the rc.sorvation. Timothy is a
lazy genius , who has been hanging on at
the agency for somu time , supporting
himself by taking advantage of the average -
ago Indian's fondness for lirowiitor. Ilo
has boon on the quiet , selling whisky to
thu Indians , in small ( mantitic.s a del
lar's worth at a limn. 1-or some lima ho
( 'ficuiud arrest , but Messrs. Lambcrtson
and Hiorbowor have at lungth lightened
the coil around him so lh.it ho cannot us-
Thu laws against soiling liquor to Iho
Indians are stringent and severe , a.s in
deed thov have to bo. Thu average red-
akin , under thu nest of conditions is a
restless , reckless cruaturu , whom It is a
dilllcult matter to hold in chuck. Hut
when Uncle Sam has ( o light a eoiubimi
tion of one-third lire-water and two
thirds Indian , he has a very unpleasant
job on his hands. For this reason , moral
suasion and federal laws are madu to
combno ! to inculcate in the breasts of the
noble rod man thu strictest principles o !
NOMINATING TIIR BONDS.
City Treasurer Uuck Opens a Number
of' Important HUls.
City Treasurer Huok yesterday Imorning
pound n number of bids for publio works
In this city. They wore tor $71,000 of dis
Irict paving bonds , dated October 1st
J880. due hi ono , two , three , four. live
nix , seven , eight and nine year * from
their date , tin equal amount becoming
duo each year. They are in sums of ijaiK
each , tmd bctir interest from their ilato a
the rate of six per cent per annum , pay
able annually. The principal ami inter
est are both payable at the olllco of
Kount70 Hros. In New York.
There were also ifoO.BOO In paving
bonds , payable In twenty years , nnd are
in .sums of 1,000 , with interest at 5 per
cent , payable semi annually at the place
above mentioned In Now Nork.
There were aKo ? 10oOO. These bonds
bear the same d.ito , and will be due in
ono , two , three , four , live , six , seven ,
eight and nine years troni their date , an
equal amount becoming duo each year ;
tire in sums of $100 each , and bear inter
est from their date at the rate of 0 per
cent per annum , payable annually. The
principal and interest are both payable
at the same place.
The bids for * 00,000 paving bonds were
as follows :
Silencer , Trask & Co , Xcw Yoik ,
foi . " .VJ.OOJ S.'l.fr. . " ) 00
Spltzer A : Co. , Toledo. O f > 0 , : > 3 ? ( XI
li.ulier Asphalt Paving Co. , iier
dm * . Sitilro | < , S20.000 21.200 m
lllakelhos. A ; Co. , Huston .Mll'"i ' 00
The bids for the ? 71.0JO district paving
bonds were as follows :
Sult/er 57..TO ) : ! 00
ItlaUe Hros. & Co i 72,3 * > 7 00
Omnlm.Saving bank 71,0100(1 (
Uiimlm Loan > VTi list Co 71,000 00
The bids for the $11,000 curbing and
guttering bonds wore us follow * :
Hlnke Hios. & Co 811'llt IX )
Onmhn Savlnm b.ink 11,01000
Uinnlia Loan iV'I'nist Co par.
AVliy Councilman Kasper Opposes
Moynllrui'N I'roteotlvo 1'olloc.
" 1 have been asked so often why I am
opposed to Moynihan's merchant police
that I propose to give my reasons to Iho
niblie through the HII : : , " said Council-
nan Kaspcr , chairman of the eominitlce
m police , to a Hii ; : representative. "My
ixperlenee with two of Moynilian's
lieu , " continued Councilman Kaspcr ,
'led ' mi ; to believe Dial his force would bo
nore likely to injure the public safety
ban to protect it. Last Thursday night
ibont 7 o'clock one of my teamslcrs saw
i man looking through a window of my
io.om. ; The teamster seared him
iVvuy. About half-past 8 I wont inlo
ho house lo get sunper. and
vhile I was ualiug somn fellow knocked
il Ihu door and asked for something to
at. My wife told him to go to the su-
eon and trot some free lunch. I followed
inn and ho started on a run , and at the
same time another fellow started away
rein near one of the windows of my
lo.ise. At Thirteenth and Leaven worth
! caught them , with the assistance of two
loliccmen , who landed them in jail.
Jpon investigation they proved to bo-
eng to Moymhan's ' force. Moynilian
; uil that one of the men was one of the
test of his employes. 1 think these fel-
ow.s started lo work Iho town a little too
early. Under the circumstances I cannot
ceommond the establishment of. a mer
chants' police under llio ouliiority of Ihu
jity. Besides Iho city really has no such
luthorlty to give to anybody except to
ho marshal. "
Dan Angcll "i wish you'd iinjuirc for
uu sincu when Juflur.son park has been
ircda.s a cow pasture , how much the city
; ets for the pasturage , what is done wiln
ho money , etc. , etc. Tlio other day I no-
iced twenty-one cows in the nark , eatinj ;
he grass ami having a < jood time guner-
illy and oilier cows were heading in Iho
> ain < ! direction. The fences are. down ,
ind it is only a queslion of lime before
he | > ark will become a camping ground
'or all the cows in town. "
Judge Stunbcrg " 1 am bothered
icarly to death witli tlicso soldiers from
fort Omaha coming down town , getting
Irunk and raising a big disturbance ,
i'lioy are arrested by the i > olico and
) rnught before mo thu next day for trial ,
j'ormorly 1 used to release them with a
epriniand , because I knuw that when
: lioy got back lo thu fort I hey would bo
Minished by confinement hi' the gunnt
louse. Lately , however , they are over
running all bounds of decency and I have
Jelermined to treat them like other per
sons. I'll try to teach them that they
can't disturb the good order and peace
of this city. "
A Politician "John A. McShane i.s
ling to be elected. lie's going out of
Douglas county with between -1,000 ami
5,000 majority , and in Ihe other counties
llowe can't get enough majority to over-
" " "
come that. "
Elmer Frank "During my stay in
Wyoming I succeeded in killing lire
jcars. They have a territorial law out
.hero that a man not a resident of the
territory can't kill any game but bear.
This law causes a good deal of annoy-
unco to hunters who go out there ; ! don't
believe it is constitutional. "
Grand Master Mona-rhau. Switchman's
association "Our society is In u Hourfc
ishing condition , having already 5,000
members and increasing every day. Wo
[ iroposo to extend it into Canada and to
make it one ot the most reliable and con
servative labor associations in the conn-
Iry. Our members are becoming more
.uil ( more intoroslod in Ils success every
day and are nuying more respect lo ils
laws. ' '
The Jewish Now Year or Uosh llasho-
nah commences to-day at sundown ,
In accordance with Iho Hcbrewn'eoiuputu
lion of time it is on the first day of the
oveuth month , called , "Tishri."OWliilhts
Iho lirst month is called ' .Nis.i.in , " yet it
only marks thu date when that people
were delivered from the Kgyptian bondage -
ago , and thereby become a soparatu and
distinct nation. Hut the mouth of
"Tishri" is the month in which , by
time-honored tradition the
tion of man occurred. Commencing
with the lirst day of "Tishri , "
thu Jews celebrate llicir now year ,
and the following ten days , are
known as ' 'ThoTen Days of Puiulcnce , "
Thn Itint of Ihesu days is called the "Day
of Atonement , or "Ytnu Kippur. " The
occasion isone on which services are held
nt the synagogue the whole day. Thosu
Jewish holidays are universally observed
by that pcoplo throughout thu untiru
world by an entire suspension ot business ,
and devoting their time with spiritual
The Jewish business houses in this city
will close from rsundown to-day to
turndown on Thursday. The divine ser
vices at lliu synagogue will commence
on 7 o'clock tins evening instead
of 7:110 : an heretofore. Habbi lionson will
olllciulo and lecture upon thu subject ul
"Tho Joys and Sorrows of the Departed
Ymi v . * '
The music at the syno oguo for the
occasion will bo choice selections from
traditional Jewish anthems ,
Surprise 1'arty ,
A partyof fortyyoiingladiosnndgontlo
men visited the residence of Mrs. Ilonorn
Carroll , Seventeenth and Paul . .streets ,
Monday evening * They were providei
\vitiimibic ! [ , nnd at ouco proceeded to take
charge of the house and enjoy themselves
without restraint. It was : i surprise ant !
"welcome homo" to Misses Annie and
Maggie Carroll , daughtcrd of the hostess ,
who returned last Friday from 11 two
monllis' visit to relations In UaUnuoro ,
\ \ iislnugtoii nnd ritleburg. The evening
was cool and iilcasant , specially built for
duncinir , anil all enjoyed themselves
heaitlly. Refreshments ami songs iiddec'
! se t lo the programme and the luidniglu
hours , had come and gone cro the parti
I TUB TJ31il5IMCO\'K HRUVICK.
Smith Makes nil Kxplnnn-
"I wonder , " said Manager K. H. Smith ,
of the Telephone coiupuiy , yesterday "if
these people who find fault with Iho
telephone service ever stop to think that
they are generally to blame , and not the
company or ils employes ? " The remark
was called forth by a communication in
i morninc paper complaining of the
i"glcct of the operators to make proper
onnections. "Now. Iho fad K" ho eon-
; luued , "Iho subscriber who complains
that he can't get the number ho wauls is
more limn half the time to blame him
self. 1 wisli the o kickers would como
ip into the central cvchungo them
selves tinil see the intricate ma
chinery then1. Then they might rcali/.u
what an amount of delicate labor has to
) e performed before even n simple con-
icction can be made. They would bo
surprised that mistakes arc mil more ire-
jiient than they aro. Hut as I saidwhen
; i mistake docs occur , the subscriliei ten
to ono is to blame for it. It may bo be
cause ho does not repeat his number cor
rectly , or because ho did not call il loud
enough for the operator to hear him. It
may be bocauio lie tries to eall up the
> pcrator at Ihe same time ( hat a dozen
other subscribers tire clamoring
o get her ear. The truth J of
the matter Is that a good
nany people don't know how to n e a
.clephone , and they lay tliublaineof their
iwn mistakes at Ihe door of llio operator.
I'll iidnijt that our operators may
nake n mistake once in a while. They're
lUiuan beings , and like all other mor
als , they are not infallible. Hut I declaim
claim that wo iiaxe. just as intelligent , ac
complished and pains-taking a .sot of
iperators as can be found in any ollico in
the country. "
"Have you any plans for improving
the service ? "
Yes , as soon as wo get into our new
piartcrs in Ihe Harker building ] wo shall
lave a new Mirteh-board , costing sf'JO.OOO.
That will place our service at a point of
jlUcieney which , under our present sys-
em , cannot bo attained. "
MSW OUTFITS KOI _ : . XI3\VS1'APKKH.
J'lie Omnlm Type Foundry unit
House I'nr Printers nml
Publisher * .
Tlio Western Newspaper Union at
Omalia i.s prepared at all times to outfit
iiiblishers on sho'-t notice with presses ,
, ype , rules , borders , inks , composition ,
> ticks and rules , and in laet everything
n the line of printers' and publishers'
supplies. Hotter terms and more liberal
inces can be secured than by sending to
Jhieago or elsewhere. Save money by
> uyiiig near home. Second hand goods
n the printing line bought and sold. Wo
often have great bargains in this particu-
ar. Send for Tin : PHINTKUS' Arxii.iAitv ,
our monthly trade journal , that gives
isls of goods and prices and from time
o time proclaims unequalled bargains in
low and second hand malerial.
Wr.irnux NiwsrAPiu UNION ,
12th Street , but. Howard and ilackson ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
run A. M. rAi.3ir.it COMI-AXV.
Expectation runs high in regard to
Palmer's company from the Madison
Square theatre , who muse their appear
ance at Hoyd's for two nights and mat-
nee , beginning next Friday. We have
seen Mr. Palmer's Union Square company
icfore and never iouiid it wanting. Tins
is the lirst of his Madison Square com
panies , and it is conceded Iho strongest
ill through that the American stage has
uiown. It will be seen to a great ad
vantage during the engagement here.
'Saints and Sinners" which will be pre
sented by this organization , iooivcd the
entire endorsement of the press of New
York , lioston , Chicago and Sun Fran
cisco. It is a drama of intense interest.
Its motive i.s a good one chanty. The
s.ilo of scats commenced Thursday.
NO SMAI L
A. Dearth I3\pcrienoc < ) l > y the Mem-
ucrw ol'tho Social Clubs.
This year there is found lo bo consider
able regret among llio members of the
dilVerent social clubs of the cilv , because
olol llio scarcity of small halls for jmrtics
elL this kind , hast year the hall of the
Night Guards was in especial demand by
the clubs mentioned , but that has been
closed and no more dancing parries will
be < allowed in it. The other halls of the
city , with the exception of a few , whieli
are | for certain reasons objectionable , are
too large and consequently unsuited to
small friendly gatherings. The members
ol the clubs in question arc hoping that
.somebody will yet be. induced to build a
hall to accommodate them.
The iurniliiru and rental of Ihe Coupons
This house is now doing and tins done
for two years the bccond la'-gcst business
of any hotel in Omaha.
. Satisfactory reasons given for wishing
to sell. II. P.
iluMico Antlci-Hon's Itlrllulny ,
Monday was Judge Anderson's forty-
fourth birthday , anil in tho/jvening about
twenty couples of the Swedish society
swooped down upon him at his residence ,
I.1 ! ) ! . ' Douglas street , giving him a verita
ble surprise. As soon u.s the genial host
and hoste.ss could recover irom Iliojr
ama/cmeiit , they prepared to give their
uno\pccled guests a lining reception.
The evening was pleasantly spent in
singing , dancing and plr.yiug games ,
while refreshments , both liquid anil solid ,
were not forgotten. The occasion was
thoroughly enjoyed , and will long bo u
memorable one to those who were lortu-
nuto enough to be pro-ont.
The following were the guests present :
Miss Cora Johnson. Mi&s Anna Nordwal
and Miss Dahlstrom presented some
very bountiful .bouquets of cute llowors.
Mr. and Mrs. Nordwal , Mr. nnd Mrs.
Dahlstrom , Mr. and Mrs. C. ,1. Johnson ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lcejcnslolpe , Mr. and Mrs.
Andrc.son , Miss Ebba Lofgreu , Miss
Peterson , Mr. Mcrlcon , Professor Lind-
quest. Mr. Sjoborg , Mr. Smith , Mr , Huf-
sta , Air. Olson , Mr , Urunnell and Master
Yesterday morning about "o'clock Chas
Stroud , a boy of about sixteen years of
age , was knocked down and run over by
a buggy driven by a man named John
Wilson , Stroud was crossing Sixteenth
street near Websler , and was about lo
jump on a wagon when Wil
son's rig ran into him and
knocked him down. The lillle
follow was picked up and removed to the
home of a relative at ISO ! ) Webster street
His injuries were not found to bo danger
ous , thougluthoy wore quite severe , and
consisting ot bruises about the head and
hips. Medical attendance was summoned
and the boy's injuries wore dressed.
Ho is now considered out of danger.
No blame can bo nt
Inched to Mr. Wilson , who was not
driving fast at the timo. Ho was engaged
in looking out for another team when the
accident occurred , and consequently did
not see young Stroud , who darted dl-
rc-clly in trout of Ids horse. This Is the
version of the nmiir given by numerous
eye-witnesses of the accident
Assistant Stinorinlendent Dickinson , of
the Union Pacific , went out yestcrdaymor- |
ningiin aNpccIal'car with General Director
Hanna to Denver. There they will meet
Iho oilier general direclora and go out
fora tour of inspection of the road.
The following circular w us issued by
GeuorulJSuperlutendent Smith ycsterdaj
1 ' "In. conformity wi'lu the recommenda
tion of Mr J K , CJioa.te , superinlen-
lent Colorado divisionMr. John Knpeljo
has been appointed assistant supcrinlen-
eiil , with otllec at Denver , Colo. , and ju
risdiction o\er all narrow guage districts
of the Colorado division , e.\eepttlioiree- (
ley , Salt Lake & Pacific , from Hotildcr lo
Mr. P. Touhy.nsslstant superintendent ,
will have immediate charge of llio Colorado
rado division standard guugc. districts ,
nnd the ( Jrcelny , ISalt h.iko fe Paeilio
narrow guage di tricl , with jurisdiction ,
as heretofore , over nil lines of the Color
To take oiled October 1st , 18SO. "
A New Artist.
Ceo. ! W. Hoiilden , of Philadelphia , has
ocated in Omaha. Mr. Hoiilden is not an
unatoiir , but n thoroughly trained artist.
Having been employed on some of the
noH elegant mansions in Ids native city.
Wonts are cheap , but actual woric must
lonvinee anyone who will stei > in. The
Northwestern Exchange , 71H N. Kith st. ,
lll bo surprised and pleased. The work
a large oil painting , done by this gen
tleman , iijioii the wall of the room. It is
i handsome squaie , beautifully and lastc-
lully decorated , in the center ot which is
i perfect representation of an oee.in
> tc.imcr out from hind , whieli is almost
icrfect. They are bordered by two
jeaiitlfol panels , representing a lady de
scending a stairway. This only needs lo
jo seen to be admired. The work of this
gentleman is Ihoork of an artist , and
tvould ornament the li'iest lieu e in the
: ; ity. Ho makes a.specialty of parlor or ves-
ibule decorations. He can paint from any
losign , from a lawn lo a portrait. The
iicoplc of Omaha should congratulate
hcmsclvcs that such a man is among
Washington County Itcimtillcnns.
The republicans of Washington county
selected Iho following delegates to the
stale convention : Lorenzo Crounse ,
llonry Sprick , Sam. Warwick , S.im.
Spiker . , J. L. Conant , S. U. Taylor , Al.
, llrowstor , Aloiix.o Perkins , J. W. Hogg.s ,
L. , C. Webber.
The onlv In&liucUons to this delegation
s to support Mr. Lane for state superin
tendent ( of public instruction.
The legislative ti < < -t is ; John H.
K [ tuony and John ( Vine. on.
The delegates to the .senatorial conven
tion are instructed for Henry Sprick for
state senator. Tins is equivalent to
nomination , as the district is com-
; iosed of Washington and JJurt counties.
Miss Novell , a s-istcr of Mrs. T. 11.
Dnbeock arrived from Portsmouth , Eng-
and to-day , by the Iniiian lino. She
wishes to express her thanks to the In-
nan line and their agent Mr. Brown at
New York for the courteous treatment
ind attention given to l.er during her
PA decree was rendered yesterday in the
ase ot the Merchants' National bank
igalnst A. Applcbey , in laver of the
The call for to-day is as follows :
MeaiM vs. Nugel ct al.
Grow vs. liieshlag.
Scribin vs. Murry et al.
Nelson vs. Goodwin ot al.
Wclsliaiis ct al. vs. Campbell.
Kennedy vs. Potwin.
Whcclock , Jones & Co. vs. O'Keefe et
Stanbright vs. Hambnirht.
Hart ct ul. vs. Koscnfcld.
Forbes vs Haior.
Etlelsolm vs. Miller.
Dellvs. . Kant et al.
Chuturan vs , Cliiiturau.
Morrit ct al. vs. McHride ct al.
Dolun vs. Ilnwloy et al.
The stills ol Hobmson vs. Woodworth ;
Dloomer VH. Suhoeder and Kobinson vs.
Josslyn cl al. will DO called oil Friday.
Oil' for Ijincoln.
Yesterday mornine John T. Clark and
.veral other.delegatesand politicians left
for Lincoln to attend Ihe republican state
convention , M Inch is to be held al that
place to-day All those who wont
wore Clark men. They thought his
chances wore a.s good as those ot1 any of
llie other aspirants for gubernatorial
honors. They uKo felt that while there
were eight men in the lichl , anxious for
the nomination , that the selection would
bo narrowed down to Thayer and II. T.
Clark. The other candidates were Knapp
of York , Post of the same place , McCall
of Dawson county , Girard of Plattc , and
Applegate of Johnson. The feeling of
all seemed lo bo that Paul's name would
not bo mentionedand some said ho ought
to be hooted out of the convention.
At the session of the local presbytery
of thi'IUnited Presbyterian church Monday
night 1 ! , a petition from the members of
Eighteenth street was read , asking that
the United Presbyterian church , on the
corner of Grant street and Park , which
has heretofore been supported by the
Eighteenth street church , be permitted to
depend upon itself for ils support , claim
ing i ; at the same time that it would bo ot
advantage to both organizations. Before
action could be taken o ; : the subject the
llonry flunk's Funeral.
The funeral of Henry Munk , General
Dandy's coachman , who was killed Sun
day by a horse falling on
him , took place yesterday af
ternoon at Drexel & Maul's under
taking establishment. Interment of the
remains was made in Prospect Hill com-
elory. The collin was lillod witli llowors
givo'ii by General Dandy's family and
other fnonds ot the deceased. Munk's
family lives in Copenhagen , Sweden.
An order was issued at headquarters
yesterday reducing the ration of three com
panics at Fort Kussoll from twenty ounces
of bread per iliom to eighteen ounces.
Lieutenant ISrook has been ordered
from his position as quarlnrmastor of the
Hellovuo rillo range to his post at Fort
ROYAL ttVSl *
r MLSLPi *
raJ O ? 1
TblspowJor never varies. A marvel of pur-
tr , strength nnU wholosomanesa. Mora coon-
omlc Uhun tlio ordinary kinds and oiinnt b
told Inoomiiottllon with tbe raultlluda of low
test , short wolfflit ilium or nhospnnio I'owderj.
Soldoiity In cans. Un < tM. HAKINO I-OWDBB Co
i6 Wail t.N r Vork.
Of good qualities and low prices recently introduced by the NEBRAS 4 t i
KA CLOTHING- , , is what forces every one who examines their goods
to buy of them. Every hour in the day brings to them many new custo
mers , strongly recommended by those who have had dealings with
them , and are astonished at the very Low Prices and the unequalled
bargains offered. In addition to the specialties mentioned last week ,
we have placed on our counters 100 dozen heavy all wool scarlet shirts
and drawers , at 50c each ; worth double the money. Come all , and
get the greatest value for your money , and those with limited means ,
remember the only place where you can buy mens' all wool suits for
$6 ; mens' strictly all worsted suits for $7 ; childrens' all wool Norr
.folk suits , from5 to 12 yea * ? " * -2.Q/v and goods at ONE PRICE ONLYr
Cor. Douglas and 14th. sts. , Omalia ,
ron 7iir. TiinATMFVT or AI.I ,
Ciironic Si Surgical Diseases , .
DR. WScWIENAMY/Prop 'oto. .
Sivleui JIIIIH' llosjilml iiiul 1'rivittu ITJCticp
Wi'luxo the farllltlc ? , iiiijnratu * nml nmcillia
for tlieBitcc fil : ticatmcnt of o\e'y form of ilis-
iu < e itiinrlniiillicr ] medical orturelcal trcatmciil ,
unit hullo nil to conic ami invtftifj.it f > r tlumsihrn
< ir correspond ltl > u * . I.ons cxpcrlcnco In Irrnt.
In" canes by Itttir enable' ! us in tuat uiany cusm
clontiil xljr | ithoiit pt-elnz them
WIHTB TOK CIKCUIjAU on Dcformitlc * nnd
Jlrncc" , Club I'cct , Ciir\ntiro ! of the Hjilnc
lisf.\"Es opViiMBv. . I'lli'i" , Tiiin irs , Cniicvir ,
C'.ilarrh , ] ! rrnciltl ! , Itibibtlon , Ucctricitr , 1'jrn- !
j is , Epilepsy , Kidney , K > u , tar , bliii , Ulood ninl
n'l ' Mirylc'ii opciallont.
llMttorlcs. Inluilers , llracrs , TriissPH , nml
ill khul" \Illcn ( ! mid Surgical ApirlanceB , inuu-
iifnctiircd iiiKl for fe lie
The only reliable n'cdlcal Institute making
Private , Special i Nervous Diseases
A sri ; ( i A i. TV.
AIJ , CON'TAUlOUS AM ) IH.OOD
from uliate\frciiiFCjioliiccl.i ! ( iicces9fiillytH.itil.
We CJii rcnimi ! "ypnilltio poUoa from thecjttem
New reitoratiNOtrpntnicnt for IOFS ofllnl po er.
Alt. COJIMl'NIUATIONa ( . 'ONKIDIJNTiAI.
Piill nnd consult in or tend n-ime nnd pout-office
ii Mrcss plainly ilttcn encloi-c fitainp , nnd HO
will nenil you , In phln nrapuvr , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEN
NEIIVOVS Il8BAs sl
T , WKAKNESH , SrEi'.H.\ToiinHn , ijirornN-
CT , Svrnius , ( lONoniniiRA , OLEIT : , VAHICOLEI.E ,
SlHICIUriE , AN1 > All. DfKAlKS OP THE 0 KNITO.
UiimAiir OnoA > s > or tend history of your case f or
an opinion. .
Persons nmlila toltlt us may uo treated nt Ihelr
hoinei * , by correspondence Jlcdiclnes and Instrn
iiicntu font by mail or i-xprc-B 8EOU KLY PACK
ED I'KOM OIlsnilVATIO.V , no jnarki to indicate
contents or sender. One perfonnl Interview pro
fcrrcd If convenient , Fifty rooms for the nrcom
modation of patient ; Hoard nnd attendance ut
rcaconablo piicca AddriM all I.cttcis to
Omaha Medical and Surgical institute ,
Cor. 13th SI. and Caoltol Ave. . OMAHA. NEB.
S. W. COK. Irttli AXH FAKXAM , OMA5JA.
Properly of every description for sale in all purls of the cily. Lauds for sale hi
every county in Ncpraska.
A COMPLETE SKT OF ABSTRACTS
Of Titles of Dou < ; las county kopl. Alans of the city slalo or eounJy , or any oilier
infornialion desired , furnished t'rco of charge ujion app.icatiou.
M. BURKE & SONS ,
LIYE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
KEFEKBNCESs Merchantanil Fariuurs' Uaiilc , David Oily , N > 1 . ; Ivftirany NaUoinl
Mnk , Kearney , Kuh. : C'olinnbus State Jl.vnk. Columbus , Xeb. ; McDonald's llanlc. Nortli
Jntle. Neb. ; Omiilia Natioiial liaiik. Omaha. Xeb. _ , . . , . .
Will pay custoiiiors5 draft with bill ot'laditu : attacUod lor two-thlids value o stoot
RELIABLE JEWELER ,
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. Prices the lowest. Kopairing a specialty. All work warrant
ed. Corner JouKl ) s and loth strecls , Omaha.
WOODBRIDGE BRO'S ' ,
Omaha , Neb.
N.W. Cor. Hlh and Douglas Sis.
Practice limited to Diseases of the
EYE , EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Glassesflttoil for all form * ofdefostlvo
Vislou. Artiticial iflyos *
Mothers who would have their children dressed nicely , should
call and look at the goods of the
Who have the best line of Boys' and Childrens'
Hosiery , Furnishing Goods and Rubber Goods
In the city.
Call and see what a new house can do.
SOL SIEGEL , Manager.
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