Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 21, 1887, Page 8, Image 8
t s CHE OMAHA DAILY BEEt SUNDAY. AUGUST 21. 1887.TWELVE PAGES. CHEYENNE , THE COMING CITY 4 Free Excursion to the Capital of Wy eming Next Thursday , Cheyenne U tlio Coming City of the Went and , A Ointico Is No\r Offered to Sco It and Its Boom. An excursion Is announced to Cheyenne - enno , Wyo. , on tlio 25th of this month , next Thursday. The train will start from Omaha In the evening , with hnlf ( arc tickets for round trip at nil stations west of Grand Island , good for return in thirty days by way of Denver. On the day of arrival at Cheyenne. Messrs. Moore & Jones , of that city , will loll at auction , without reserve , to the highest bidder , 300 beautiful lots In "Lake Mlnnchaha addition , " with o'nly one-fourth cash and the balance in six months , one and two years. Every pur chaser of | 300 worth of lota in this addi tion will get his faro TO CHEYENNE AND KF.TUIIX , FRKRS bia railroad fare being deducted from the purchase price. In addition all pur chasers will receive a ticket which will cntitlo them to one chance to draw a prize in the shape of a house costing 13.000. Cheyenne Is a beautiful city of some 10,000 inhabitants , and Is the capital of Wyoming. It is well supplied with rail road facilities , the Union Pacific which i ? now building u now depot , the Hurling- ton & Missouri , which is just building in and two other roads , one leading south and the other north , besides the railroads Cheyenne hits other redeeming features , among them the mines twenty miles west of the city which have just been opened. The mineral from these mines Is assaying $100 to the ton and the end is not yet. The little city at bnsc of the mountains is on the verge of a genuine boom. Heal estate values since January 1st have advanced fully iifty per cent. Those who have been through the west lay that Cheyenne has a ( Treat future in iloro for it , greater in fact than many of its own inhabitants anticipate. The day is not fnr distant when it will outstrip Denver and an investment made there now will pay big money. Those desiring further particulars in regard to the excursion can write or call on Pace & 1lhoades , auctioneers ; Moore & Jones and J. E. Shipman , Kearney. Neb. , or Chcyonno , Wyo. ; Campbell Bros. , 1509 Farnam street , Omaha ; or U. S. Amcnt , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Take a week's lay off and visit this beautiful city and the mountains. Anctlon. The entire stock of diamonds , watches and jewelry , formerly at 1512 Douglas atreet , will continue to bo sold at auction every evening at 1514 Dodge st. Every thing must bo sold. C. M.Vllson. \ . Don't fail to attend the Bricklayers1 picnio to bo held at Calhoun , August 21. A. good time is anticipated. Tickets can beliad at the depot and of members. 1) . II. UOLMES , LEE FHOST , TOM PATTON , GEO. OSIJOUN , NAT LKNOUU , MAT PAUKEII , Committee. No More Metallic Actions. Chlckcring & Sous new repeating ac tion in their uprights are a grand success. Call and ECO the best piano made. Max Meyer & Bro. New Fall Millinery. ALMA E. KEITH. New Watered Plushes. New Watered Ribbons. New Goblin Blue Wings. Now Fancy Feathers. New Shape Huts. Now Shape Bonnets. Crape and Nuns veiling Bonnets at ALMA E. KEITH'S. 109 and 111 15th St. , opp. P. O. THE OMAHA FAIR. Borne Interesting Facts Relating to Its Progress. The oflicial daily programme of the Tctorans' reunion , which will bo hold during fair week , has already been pub lished. The dally programme of the fair association will bo made public this week. Through the courtesy of Secretary Mo- Shane , a BKK reporter was shown yes terday the "copy" of the fair's daily bill- of-fnro , and from it was pointed out to him the nicety with which the special events of both the fair association and the veterans' organization have -been dove-tailed so as not to interfere with each other. There has been , it seems , eorao anxiety us to how this was to bo accomplished ; but it has been done , and done well. There is no longer any fear , . therefore , that any visitor , citizen or vet eran who desires to see all which the gala week of the year will have to offer Will bo deprived of any opportunity to take in the full scope of the joint cele bration. Another feature of the fair about which there has been some misunderstanding er misapprehension is the relation of the Omaha Fair and Exposition association to the Donglns county Agricultural so- elety. They arc ordinarily entirely sep arate organizations. This year they arc united in the one common purpose which has been mentioned heretofore in these columns the giving to Omaha of tlio Tery best fair and exposition which the people of this section of country have ever had a chance to see. It is true that the coming grand display will bo under the auspices of the Omaha Fair and Ex position association , but this will not do- tracUfrom the county association's inter est in the happy issue of the result. The eleven counties Dundy Cuss , Fillmore , Neruaha , Cheyenne , Keith , Hall , Wayne , JBnflalo , Howard and Sherman which will appear in generous competition under one roof , will com pete only.for the premiums ottered by the Omaha association , while the Douglas County society will compute not only for those general prl/.os but among them selves for tlio pri/es offered by the county nocioty. This gives the home exhibitors , us they may bu called , an appreciable ad- vuntitgu. of xvhlcih thuy may bu expected ti * uvail thuiu&ulvus. With u chance ol obtaining two pmi's on ono exhibit , the inrmcrs of the country inimcitiatoiy sur rounding iimy bu expected to exhibit their products on u llnural s-calo. The si'orotar.v of thu coiiiuv association has distributed ' . ' ,000 premium lists through tais county and it behooves the farmers to uoto them well. For their further in formation it may be added that the sec retary's name is John Biiumor mid that Ills olllco is at No. 1,311 Farnam street in this city. As regards the general exhibit there f re several new points of interest. Among them are thu facts that word has already been received that the attendance from Iowa will bu enormous , both 01 exhibitors and visitors ; that thu country round about Maryvillu , Mo. , will send a atroug delegation from their excellent Mock-growing region ; and that there is Memlntzly no cud to the string of ap plications for exhibition space. The Mate of Colorado will send a sumptuous sUaplav of its agricultural resources , ant iMkota will appear in a largo exhibit o Meals , minerals , marble , coal , native woods and curiosities , indigenous to the territory. The exhibits from all points . ! Jheep ana swine will bo choice am MMprehenalvo and the lesser domestic will be in unlimited array. Onu Pals alone contributes thirty UM of barn-yard compatriot * Special Sale of Black Gros Grain Silk , Black Surah Silks and French Dress Goods. This will be the most remarkable sale ever made in this oily , not only as regards tlio prices which will be lower than any one ever dreamed of silks be ing sold at , but in regard to the excellent quality of the goods , being of the manufacture.of Anthony Gurnet & Co. , the most celebrated and most reliable mak ers of France. Luring the great dullness in the silk trade during the last twelve months , Guinet had accumulated a large stock , and at last was forced to realize. One of our New York friends closed out our entire stock , andkindly gave us a show. The result ia prices Monday wo will never again be able to duplicate. Anthofty Guinet & Go's , 20-inch Black All-Silk Surah , at 89c , worth $1.25. Anthony Guinet & Go's. 22-inch Black All-Silk Surah at $1.00 , worth $1.50. Anthony Guinet & Go's. 22-inch Black All-Silk Surah at $1,25 , worth $1.85. Anthony Guinet & Go's 24-inch Black All-Silk Surah at $1.50 , worth $2.25. Anthony Guinet & Go's. 24-inch Black All-Silk Surah at $1.65 , worth $2.50 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK. Favourita Black Gros Grain Silk at $1 ; would be cheap at $1.BO. Favourita Black Gros Grain Silk at $1.26 ; would be cheap at $1.88. It will pay any one In need of a Black Silk to examine this lot. We guarantee the wear of every yard. French Dress Goods At 66c ; worth $1.28. 2 cases fine French Dress Goods In self-colored stripes and checks , also plain Serge Suiting , 42 and 44 inches wide , that we have aeen selling from $1 to $1.20. Monday our price is 65c. 42-Inch Scotch Plaid Suitings At 8Oc ; worth 88c. 1 case Scotch Plaid Suitings , 42 inches wide , worth 88c. Our price Monday Is only BOc. Among the specially attractive shews will be those of Otoe county , which will contribute numerous herds of blooded cattle of well-known breeds ana strains ; that of J. M. Shulz of Utan , Neb. , whoso draft horses are of the finest ; that of Dr. Noble whoso taste in horseflesh runs to Canadian productions ; that of Frank [ Inrriman , of Blair , general stock breeder ; and last but not least that of A. T. Turney , of Red Oak , la. Mr. Turney is one of the largest importers of blooded stock , and which show his own breeding and his re cent importations. Ono kindly arrangement which the management have made Is that of pro viding Swedish and German interpreters to assist their fellow countrymen m everything invhich assistance may bo needed. Beautiful Clifton Hill. Agents will take notice that the prices on all lots remaining unsold September 1 will be avanccd $100 each. Full commis sion , but no deviation from above. The developments now going on north and west of the city will make this property valuable and very desirable as a particu lar lipo residence portion of Oiuahp. . A. P. TUKEY , 1334 Farnam st. Watchci. LADIES' GOLD , $25 , | 30 , $40 , $50 and $ CO. CO.GKKTS' GOLD , $35 , $40 , $45 , $50 , $75 and $100. LADIES' SILVEH , $7 , $10 , $13 , $15 , $18 and $20. GENTS' SHYER , $10 , $13 , $15 , $18 , $20 , $35 and $35. NICKLE. $3.50 , $0 , $7 , $3 , $10 and $13. Cull ana see our splendid stock and see low prices before going elsewhere. MAX MEYER & Bito. Obsequies of C. A. Fried. The funeral services of C. A. Fried were held yesterday arternoon at Ma sonic hall. They were largely aetcndcd by the friends of the deceased as well as by the diflferent Masonic lodges of which ho was a member , n delegation being present from Fremont. The funeral ar rangements wore under charge of Drexel i\i Maul. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers : Messrs. C. F. Goodman , G. W. Liningor , E. Davis , and II. G. Clarke of Capitol lodge , Omaha , and li. M. Keono. D. C. Hull. W. II. Mungor and L. I ) . Richards of Fremont. An address on thu Immortality of the soul , inter- spcrsudwith many allusions to the good traits and Christian virtues of the de ceased was delivered over the remains at the hail by Rav. C. W. Savidgo. The floral tributes were many and appropri ate. A lock and key four feet high were sent from Sioux City ; a double-headed eagle with the figures 33 worked on the breast in violets by members of the thirty-second degree Scottish Rite and an open book , cross and crown , and broken shaft by individual friends. The re mains were escorted to 1'rospcct Hill cemetery by the mounted coinmandery of Knights Templar. Semper Fildelns lodge of Scottish rite masons and the Capitol lodge. Kleunnt New Good * IN SILVER PLATED TEA SKKVICKS SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS SILK UMMRELLAS LADIES' GOLD WATCHES FRENCM1 CLOCKS SOLID SILVERWARES TABLU CUTl'LKRV LATEST IN AMUKU JEWELRY LADIES'SILVER PINS AND WATCH FOUS. Wo ask you to conic and see and note our lo\v prices and line goods. MAX MEYKK& ltio. ; Oninlin Commercial College. Wnto Kohrbotigh Bros , for circulars ami specimens of penmanship. Over 50 ( students hist yc.tr , Urc.H Cutting School , 101.H Howard Street. Lcbs < ) n < > clvon In scientific dress cut ting free of charge for .filteon dayi. Visitors luvilcd. TRICOTSI TRICOTS ! 38-INCH ALL WOOL TRICOTS At 42e. 2OO pieces 88-inch All Wool Tricot will be placed on our counters at 42c per yard. They are worth OBc. LADIES' JACKETS. We have just opened our fall stock of Ladies' Medium and Heavy Weight Jackets. There are a great many novelties amongst these Jackets. The prices are lower than last year , and the styles and quality of goods are better. We make a few special prices on Jackets at $2.8O , $4.28 , $4.78 and $ S.OO , which will be found to be very cheap. LADIES' MEDIUM AND Heavy Weight Jackets IN KERSEYS , BEAVERS , CORD DIAGONALS AND FANCY CHECKS. GREEN IS SOLID. And Nothing But n Cyclone or an earthquake will Cause Him to Move. " For some time W. H. Green , the real estate agent at 215 South Thirteenth street , has been laboring under many dif ficulties on account of the building of the new bank adjoining his office , but ho has at last got things in shape and now has one of the cosiest and best appointed of fices in the city. Mr. Green has made an enviable reputation for himself as a square dealing real estate agent , not being a dealer , but gulling exclusively on commission , ho has always boon able to please both par- tics to a sale. Ho makes quite a spe cialty of selling stocks of goods in addi tion to handling only desirable city prop erty , Mr. Green is "a rustler and when ho undertakes to make a sale nearly al ways succeeds , lie is constantly adding to his already largo list of property and stocks and those who want to buy will find the best and greatest variety of bar gains at his oflico. Those wishing to sell will find him reliable and a hard worker. Sold for $ U1OOO. The north half of what is known as the'Patterson &Gnylord block on Twenty- fourth avenue between Douglas and Dodge streets was sold yesterday for $21,000. Thi. ? is considered a great bar gain by those who should know , as it pays fourteen per cent on the investment. The property was sold by W. II. Green to Mrs. Augusta J. Uabcook , of Iowa , who knowing a oargaln when she sees ono , took this at thn first offer , without any hesitation. This sale speaks well for Mr. Green and goes to show that , he handles bargains , fie does not sell any other kind. Thu Great Rnllrnad Accident has nothing to do with the selling of gro ceries at rcasonalo prices. We sell 0 loaves of bread for 25o , not eleven ounce doughballs and continue to sell other things in proportion : 100 Ibs best Minnesota Patent 52.75 "r 4 Ibs prunes > ISest hams , per Ib 14 Picnic ham * , per Ib . . 10 0 Mb cans salmon. . . . 1.00 OlbsOloss starch. . . 60 4 Ibs fancy Kio collee . . . . .1.00 5 dandy brooms - > tf Ib can baking powder 05 } < Ib can baking powder 10 1 Ib can b.ikinc powder 15 27 bars best laundry soap 1.00 Ohcesu tier Ib 15 lz. Mason's trultiais , ( its ! . " * > Dz. Mason's fruit jars , K cal 1.50 CoovEit il WATTS , N. E. Cor. St. Mary's Avo. and 19th St. Now Importation. Just arrived and in stock for sale , the largest stock of tine diamonds ever offered before in Omaha. Wo buy direct so our customers have only ono prolit to Day in stead of the middle man's , which you have to nay wlion buying from smaller houses , Wo guarunteu all goods. Remounting diamonds n specialty and work warranted. MAX MEYEU & Buo. llemoved To 609 N. 17th street , where I will bo glad to sec my old friends and patrons in dressmaking. Cutting and fitting a specialty. KATIE O'NEAL. u. s. M. it. will give a lawn social at Mr. Medina's , 1113 N. U5th St. , Tuesday evening , August I'D. leu cream and other refreshments. All are invited. No More Metallic Actions. Chickerinp & Sons now repeating ac tion in their uprights are a grand success. Call and see the best piano made. Max Meyer & IJro , Omaha Commercial College , Write Kohrbough Bros. ' for .circulars and specimen of penmanship , Over 600 students last year , Silk umbrellas | 3 50. Bno , At $2.5O Ladies' Medium Weight Jackets In a large variety of checks ; wort $8.7O. $8.7O.At At $4.25 Ladles' Medium weight Jackets in black and Fancy Checks ; worth $5.5O. At $4.75 Ladies' Fancy Checked Jackets , satin lined Hoods ; worth $6.BO. At $5.OO Ladies' Medium Weight Jackets in Blacks and Fancy Checks. These Jackets would be cheap at $7.BO. We show a line of Kersey Jack ets in all the new colorings , fin ished in strap and.welt seams , at $7.BO , $9.OO , $1I.BO and $16.OO , and an assortment of Jackets in THE OPE It ft. HOU8K. TheatricalrAttraotions of the > Coming Season In the Gitjr ; < > Next Monday evening will signalize the inaugural of thu fall and winter the atrical season , which promises to bo the most enjoyable and successful within a long series of years. For weeks the staff of Boy el's popular opera house have been assiduously engaged making the neces sary preparations , and : it last have every * thing in most commendable readiness. Amoug the many improvements notice able is the removal of the wooden railing around the orchestra and its replacement with handsome bronzed circlets , with hoary maroon drapings. The whole in terior of the building has boon thorough ly renovated , and now presents as bright and fresh and attractive appearance as any house in the country. The boxes are coy.y , comfortable and beautiful , with rich upholstering and furniture. The balcony , and even the gallery , are also handsomely treated , and the ventilation of the whole house most perfect. Now rubber matting has been laid on the exit stairways and the vcstibufa bus been garnished and touched up with exceeding taste and at tractiveness. The hydraulics connected with the house are complete and in the best of repair , with numerous water' plugs and an abundance of hose to reach the most remote corner. In addition to tins , so perfect are the precautionary measures observed , the management have a detailed lircman , ono on each side of the stage , to bu ready to act in u mo ment's warning. In fact , there is cvnry preparation for any emergency , and it seems as if there should bo actuullv no danger huro from fire. The exits from the building are ample , with ono on the east , lire csoipes on the west , and the main exits in the front. As previously mentioned , the house is to be formally opened to-morrow even ing with William Gillette's great Ameri can play , "Held by the Enemy , " which created such a furore in the theatrical world last season. Following will bo found a list of the bookings already made by Manager Royd for the coming season , and speak in em phatic terms for themselves : September 2 and 5) ) , Evans & Hoey's Parlor Match. Fair week , the first thrco nights , Me- Intyru & Heath's minstrels , and on the last three , Frank Mayo , in Davy Crock- e't , Nordeck , niuJ the Royal Guard. For the balance of September theru is Hart ley Campbell's My Goraldine. with the charming Agnes Robinson in the caste. Marie Prescott , Rag Haby , Milton No bles , and Mr. and Mrs. Florence * in two now plays. For October , the now Irish comedian , Charles E. Vcrnor , in Shaiuus O'Uriun ; the Hanlons , "Un Voyage en Suisso" ; Sol Smith Russell , Macgiu Mitchell , Nat Goodwin , In "Turned Up ; " Rico's Evan- goline , and W. J. Seanlon. For November : Joseph R , Grismor , Wilson & Rankin's inimurels , Wo Us & Co. , Michael StrogolV ; LouU James and Marie Wainwright , Natural Gas combi nation , A Tin Soldier , Abbott Opera company for Thanksgiving week , and Alone in London. For December : Funny Davenport , Kiralfy Brothers. Lillian Olcott , Now Boston Ideal Opera company , thu Dailvs , Newton Beers , and Lost in London. For January the attractions are great , commencing with Bartholomew's hquine Paradox , and followed by Dixoy in Adonis. Conrad Opera Company , The Ivy Leaf , A Bunch of Keys , Lotta , Arthur Kenan's company in Daly's successes and on the Oth , 10th and llth Booth and Barrett. Altogether the management has al lotted dates for ouu hundred and fifty nights , and is still negotiating , and ex pect to to fill in at least fifty more. Just Arrived. Call and see the great $3.50 silk um brellas at MAX MEYEU < te Buo. Removed. Wherry ft Eaton , sign painters , have removed to 14.0,8 Dodyo struct. Fancy English Cloth at $9.OO , $1O.OO and $12.OO. Special attention is called to a line of Black Astrachan Jackets , serge lined , at $7.BO. They are worth $1O.OO. We show some extreme novel ties in Misses' Jackets for 12 , 14 and 16 years. Men's Underwear At 5Oe. WORTH $1.80. ODD LOTS OF MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS , NORFOLK AND NEW BRUNS WICK FINE MERINO DRAWERS , FINE ALL WOOL DRAWERS AT BOc. EACH ; WORTH FROM $1.25 TO $2.8O EACH. We offer this lot of odds and ends of different lines of Men's and Ladies' Merino and all wool Underwear at the wonderful price of BOc each. In this lot will Great Glavo Sale , 152O Douglas St. All summer gloves and mitts sold at or below cost. Ladies and misses "mitts m all shades , cream , pink , blue , mode and black. Gloves at 15o worth 25o , gloves at 80c worth OOc , gloves at 50o worth 75c , gloves at 75c wortn $1.00. Now is the time to buy and save money. All the different styles of silk and Lisle thread gloves and mitts must bo sold out. GEO. MITCHELL , 1530 Douglas st. No More Met nil lo Actions. Chickerin i & Sons now repeating ac tion in their uprights arc a grand success. Call and too the best piano made. Max Meyer & Bro. Dress cutting school , 1013 Howard st. Two Divorces. Two moro divorce cases were filed in the district court yesterday. Josephine Hondricksen after n wedded life of twen ty-two years asks for a divorce from her husband Louis. She charges him with extreme cruelty to herself and four daughters , aged twenty , sixteen , four teen and eight years. She also asserts that ho heaps upon them the vilest and most obscano epithets , and boats them in a most inhuman manner. She. there fore , asks for a divorce and custody of her children. In the second suit Mattle Wilkins charges her husband John Wilkins , with being a drunken sot , and wantonly neg lecting to provide for his family , she , therefore , asks to bo released from her partnership. In Tlmo of Hhne | Prepare for Rnln. Call and sec the clcgaut assortment of silk umbrellas just received. Great bar gains. MAX MKVER & Buo. Notice Tor Proposals. Notice is hereby given that the school board of the Independent school district of Villisca , la. , will receive scaled bids for the erection of a school building in said Indp't district up to Sep. 1 , 1887 , when nil bias will bo opened and con tract let to the lowest responsible bidder , the board , however , reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The plans and specifications may bo seen at the store of J. T. Inginan , president of the board at Villisca , la. , and at the office of F. M. Ellis , architect , Omaha , Neb. II. D. DOI.SOX , J. T. INGMAN , Secretary. President. Death of nn Old Settlor. Mrs. R. D. Poironot , one of the oldest citi/ens of Omaha and mother of Thomas Peironot , died on Friday evening at No. 824 Virginia avenue. She was in her eightieth year and maintained , almost until the last , a consciousness which kept alive the beautiful traits of character which had distinguished her through life. Four years ago she celebrated with her husband , who still survives her , as also with a number of children and grand children , as also a host of appreciative friends , the fiftieth anniversary of her marriage. Death came to her calmly while she was surrounded by deccndants and friends. The remains wore convovrd lust night to Amboy , Illinois , her old home , where they will bo interred to-day. A Word to the "Wise. Always go to headquarters if you want the bust , and wo are headquarters for fine diamonds , watches and jewelry. MAX Mnrrlngn The following licenses were issued yesterday : I Charles Ewlng , Onuha 4 i Mrs Adille SUIey. Oinalm 'M I Jacob Anderson , Omnlia 40 | Mrs. Martha Russell , Omalia 'M Kllk Urnhrnllnti , $ : > . ( > to S1IO. The finest stock of cold and silver- headed umbrellas for ludica and gents ever shown , in Omaha. Call early and have full benefit of thu great selection. MAX MKYRK & Buo. , ' ' . 1024 Furonm at. > be found .Men's fine all wool Drawers , Men's Norfolk and New Brunswick Merino Shirts and Drawers , large sizes ; Men's Merino Shirts and Drawers ; Ladies' Merino Vests , and Ladies' Norfolk and New Brunswick Drawers , full regular made ; Men's Fancy Striped Shirts and Drawers. As there is only about about 36 dozen in the lot , we ad vise you to come early and get a good selection. Boys' Shirts & Drawers 18c Each. 1 case Boys' White Merino Shirts and. Drawers atlSceach ; worth 2Bc. Ladies' Merino Vests , 1O dozen Ladies' Merino Vests , at 2Bc each ; worth BOc. Men's Lisle Thread Half Hose , 19c. 26 dozen Men's fine French Lisle Thread Half Hose , at 19c ; worth BOc. N. B. FALCONER. AMUSEMENTS. METZ'S GAHDEN. This evening the Messrs. Baurois & Puls , managers of the German theatrical company at this resort , have outlined three pieces of a most entertaining order. These will bo produced , introducing for the first time the Davenport comedian , Gustav Hartzhcim. The pieces selected are "Der Wei Mir , " produced for the first time in this city , "Als Velobto cmp- fohlcn soi"nnd "Shwort dos Damocles. " In some of these pieces there are n num ber of pretty , tuneful airs , which will be sung by Mrs. Puls-Ahl ana Mr. Hart/- hoim. This will bo the first appearance of Mr. Hartzlteiin , who is reputed to be an excellent comedian. BLIND MAN'S BUIT. Thrco weeks ago n number of the lead ing young German ladies and gentlemen produced , with remarkable success , a very interesting comedy , for the benefit of the German-American school. Ar tistically , the entertainment was an une quivocal success , though the dampness of thu evening precluded the attendance of the audience , which the playing and the object demanded. On Thursday evening , September 1 , the same ladies and gentlemen will appear In "Din Blindekuh , " at the garden mentioned , and for the purpose specified. There are reasons to believe that thu piece will be as successfully produced as was that in which these ladies and gentlemen origi nally appeared.THE THE CASINO. This evening , the Casino will bo thrown open for thu entertainment of guests as usual. The Musical Union orchestra , which lias now established itself the most entcrtaing body of musicians which has yet appeared there , will render a very entertaining programme supplcmcdtcd by some of the finest instrumentalists from the Omaha Musical band. Weather permitting , with its waving trees , cool ing atmosphere , respectable patronage , sensible refreshments and delightful music , the Casino will allurd an excellent opportunity to spend a pleasant evening. All the Untie East. Just received an clczant line of the latest styles in Irtdirs' solid silver pins , chains , bracelets , fobs , bonibomlors and book markers. Call and sec them. MAX MEVIU : & Buo. Isrrvltlcs. John Fitzgerald , wno was arrested yesterday morning on the charge of va- cranov , was sentenced to liftenn days. Since receiving his sentence it has tians- pircd that ha has stolen a clock from thu residence of Dr. Glun. lie will bo rearrested - rested when ho serves Ills term. Byron Rccd is still trying to evict the squatters from his lots near Cut-off lake. The last suit entered is against William Scdow. O in linn Coiniunrcttil College. Write Rohrbough Bros for circulars and specimen of ponunmuship. Over GOO students lust year. Ilcnnoy Buggies at Armstrong , Pcttis & Co.'s 1308 I/nnl st. Fall goods arriving ilaily. C. Schmitz- berger , merchant tailor. 410 S. IGth st. DUclplcH oCCIiriHt. The state convention of thn Di < cplrs ! of Christ ( or Christion church ) will beheld held In FairlioH , Nub. , on the P.Oth ami aist inst. An interesting session is an ticipated as thn work of thut denomina tion is spreading rapidly throughout the state , A fine line of opcira and liuld glasses just received. MAX MIVKU : & Buo. Mr. I ) . O. Mngonn , son of Uev. Dr. Magoun , of Iowa college , a printer and a journalist , who has figured m numerous newspaper and literary enterprises , has received great. Inducement * from the citi zens of Sllvitr City. Ta. . to establish a iiper ) there , nd probably will do so in the hear future. . . citunoii NOTICES. Central United Prosbytcrlun church. SOTJ rntocuth street between Do-duo and Capitol avenue Services t 10:80 : a , in. and 8 p.m. Services conducted by Kov. < > . < \ Vincent , I ) . I ) . , of PlttsburK , ronn. Weekly tirayel meeting on Wednesday ovcnlnps a ! 8 o'clock ; YouiiK peonies' prayer nieotinR ou Sunday evenings nt 7:15. : All are Invited , First United Presbyterian , 012 Nortji Eighteenth struct , Itev. I'M u In U. ( Iralmtn , pnstor. Public worship at 10:00 : a. m. nud 9 p. in. ' First Baptist Church , corner Fifteenth and Davenport streets Kev. A , W. l.anmr , pns tor. Proaelilnftnt 10Wa. : ! in. niid Sp. in. by llcv. W. L. Brown , of West Plains , Mo. Sat tmth school nt 13 in. Prayer incctliit , ' Wodnrs * dny cvenliiK nt 8 1 > . in. All are cordially In vited. Seats free. Cnlvnrv Baptist Chinch , Snumlers streeM Kev. A. W. Clark , pastor. 1'rcnchlnn Sab. bnth mornliiR at 104. ; > , and cvenliiK nt 8:00. : Sunday school at 1'J m. Kev. F. W. Foster ; Itnptistclty missionary , will in each morning and ovonliiK. Public cordially inItccl. . German l.uthcrnn Church , 1005 South Twentieth street Service every Sunday al 10 a. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m , K. Jj Fresn , pastor. Pnrk Avenue United Presb > terlnn Church. ' corner Pnrk avenue and ( irnnt Directs ? * Preaching by the pastor , Kev. J. A. llenilefJ son. Morning service at 10:30 : a.m. Evening - ' ing Fervlco at 8 , Sabbath school at noon , i'ouaru Invlled. , , South-West Presbyterian Church Preach / Ing nt 1050 : ! n. m. by Kev. J. N. Boyd. NO evenliiL' service. Cnstellnr Street Presbyterian Church- * ' Preaching nt b p. m. by Kev. J. N. Do ) d. No' morning service. Deth-Kclcn Baptist Cliurch-K < iv. 1 1. L. House pastor. P/cacliIng by the Kev. W. L. lliowp of Missouri at 4:15 : p. in. nt St. Mary's Aveuuo Congregational church. Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Strangers welcome. St. Mnry's avenue Congregational KeW Wlllard Scott pastor. Morning service a ( 10so : : , prcacliing oy Kev. , Iames lonipklus of Chicago. No evening service. Presbyterian Church , corner Dodge anfl Seventeenth sttcet Services nt 100a. ; : ! m : nndSp. m , Pieacldm : by tlio pastor , Kov. ' W. J. llarshn. Sunday school nt noon. YOIIIIK peoples meeting nt 7:15 : p. m. K.OUIU/.O Memorial l.utheinn Church , corner of Sixteenth and llnrnoy streets Kev. J. S. Dotwoiler , pastor. Church ser vices and prenchlng by the pastor at 10:30 : a. m. and e p. m. All Saints' Church Twenty-fifth and How arcljstreets Morning piaycr nt 11 n. m. , even ing prayer nt 7 P. in. The choir will sing the To Deuni niul Jtibllats In K , by Oarrctt , and for the anthem How Lovely nto the Messen- ccrs | lunii the oratUm ol bt. Pnul. It Is ex pected that Miss KnVabcth 1'ennell will sine the ollertory solo. The very Kov. Dean Hart of St. Johns -Cathedral , Denver , will prca b. First Christian church. Twentieth and Capitol nvpiiua Dr. Fey will preach to-day at the usual hours , 10:30 : a. m. and 8 p. m. Seats free. free.First First Congregational Tnbernncle Preach- In ? at 10:30 : a. m. by Kev. M. L. Holt , ex-pres ident Gates college. Dlblu class at 1'J m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Young people's society Friday evenings. North Presbvtcrian Church , Twenty-fourth street Kov. William K. Henderson , pastor , will conduct service at 10 : : ) a. in. No evenIng - Ing service. Sunday school at noon. Young people's meeting at GHO : p. m. Strangers made welcome at all the services. The Kov. Charles W. Savldgewill preach at the Seward street M. K. church Sunday morn ing upon "Doing Good. " In the evening tlio subject will be "A plea for Closed Doors. " Hillside Congregational Church , Omaha View Kov. II. C. Crane speak : ) nt 11 a. m. Sunday school at 3i0 : ! p. m. Ex-President Holt , of Gates college , preaches at 8 p. m. Park Place Congrccatlonal Sunday School Ex-Presldont Holt speaks nt 4 p. in. In Guild's Grove , California and Thlrtfourth streets. Presbyterian Welsh services will bo held Sunday. August 21 , t the lesldnnco of Mr. James Grinithi , 1718 Douglas street. Preach- Ine by the pastor , Kov. William K. Willlnma ( formerly of Doano college , Crete , Neb. , ) at 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school at ' 2:30 : p. m. Ambler Place Presbyterian Ctiurch-PrcacJi- Ing every Sabbath evening at 'A p. m. by the pastor , tlio Kev. G. M. Lodge. Sabbath school nt 4 p. m. Park street car line two blocks from the chinch. For Sr.lo5,000 tons of Spring lake ice , Gustavo Kocliler , Grand Island , Neb. PUItMO WORKS. Meeting of the Board Ijast Night JjrmlH Hcimroil's Joke. The board of public works met last night and transacted bus ! ness of a routine nature in reference to bills and their re lation to the council. The city engineer announced his intention hereafter of passing upon no final estimates until reasonably assured that the board would accept the work as submitted. The board fully approved of his action in the mat ter. Mr. Squire , representing the Barber Asphalt company , whoso contract for paving Davenport street between Ninth and Tenth streets calls for the laying of sheet asphalt , said he promised a certain coal dealer in the vicinity to substitute ) nine feet of granite on a given distance to facilitate thu passage of his carts , if the board would approve the change. He inquired if such an action would vitiate the contract. The board suspended action until they could. view the place indicated and fixed to morrow at 1:30 : o'clock as the time tor inspection. McArthnr , the ex-inspector , was not present as expected to enter certain pro tests , but Mr. Helm rod told a funny story about him to vary the dullness , as follows : Desiring to gain pointer ? and discover terrible revelations of miscon struction as promised by McArthur , ho ascended the man } * ladder steps leading to the top of one of thu viaducts and ex pressed no surprise because he saw nothing wrong in thu work. Ho wan then promised thu actual sight of cracked iron in the bridge , and ascended more stei > . Much fatigued , he strained his vision but could discover no flaw In the iron. Turning to MbArthur ho said in quiringly : "My friend , ( see no crack in thu snot indicated.1 "Oh yes , but there will bo a crack in it soon , " replied McArthur assuringly. DOWN THIS STURAM. Tlio Steamer Itcnlou Floelnjt From the Unprofitable Upper Waters. Last uvunlng the steamer Ucnton , ar rived at the foot of Farnam street and put up there until this morning , nlicn nho continued her journey to St. Ixiuis. The llcnton passed up thu river during the great freshet of 1881 and many of the clti/.ons of Omiha of that day will re member that the Missouri was so high at the time that thu boat steamed into the Union I'acilio shop yards and coaled up there before continuing her journey. Since that time , shu has been , with half a ( lo/.en other boatc , plying between His- marck and Fort Uunton , a distance of about eleven hundred miles. In thisvorK , thu boat , with live or six others has been making about four trips a yenr. Since the com pletion of thu Manitoba road , however , tin ; uusinosb of the steamers has greatly decreased ami as a consequence at least live of them will return to lower waters. Tim limiton Is tlio second of these which has already started for homo. The other * are expected at intervals of a few duyu. Captain MvOcary was in charge of the boat as she wont up the river , but lie has been called to Davy Jones' locker and been succeeded in command by Thomas Mariner. LEAKY HOOFING , Tin or Iron , Repaired , 'nlntoil , mid frnammnoil tight for mimltei ot 3 curb. I'nliitri MOV ur hitter. ( IIIAVCJ , ItOOKINfl. MnmifnUincil niul nipiilrH. Klro Proof Pnlnl implied KI 8llni | lun , 15 years oxiiorloiicii. . WM. II. CUItUAN A. 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