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THE OMAHA U/uLl FRIDAY , FLBRUAM 84 188i
THE DAILY BEE. Fridot Morning Fob 24. Q Wnnthor Ropdrt- ( The following observations are taken ftt the sntno moment ot time nt nil the rU- tlonsnatncd. ) Wl DurARTurvr , U. B. BKKAI , Sinncx , 1 OMAHA , February 13,1882. (1:45 ( : p. m. ) f Bishop Cln/ritflon has recently bcoomo A grandfather. LsaUUMIignntenn minstrel * appear in Omntin Again Saturday evening , About BX ! more hours of numhlno ana theBlelghlng will bothortmslily "whipped. " Ono noIKary Slocumb appeared before Judge Boncko ycstcvdny nnd paid liis little fine. Henry Pundt wHl erect a large real' dcnoo ol brick nnd ihone on Suvcntccntli and DougVui. Tiolteta for Ixr.vltl'g Glganlonn min. etrols nro on Bale At thobnx olliconf Hoyd's opern house. The ferry cars on the U. 1' . bridge < ! l- vison ! < WHl not run nrxt Sunday , as they Imvo been laid up for repairs. UohrrGmenfg IH about to build store , 22xflOO feet and three stories high , on Douglas street , adjoining the MHUrd hotel. -An excursion to Donvcr Salt Lake nnd the National park of Montana ia now on the Up I a for the Nebraska press gang. . An old gentleman , named Monan , dieil nt his homo on Chicago Htrcet , be tween Twelfth nnd Thirteenth street * , yes. tcrdny afternoon. The report that the U. P. nnd JI. & | M. propose building n wnion depot In Omaha is all fudge. Thn great companion hnvo not buried the hatchet yet. [ Lincoln Journal. -Qulte a largo and plcanant party , runny of whom worn maequod , gathered In Standard hall lout oventng , upon tbo cclo < bratlon of n benefit to Jmne * Turner , the old 'And reliable janitor. Manager Marnh U going to lm\o a booming benefit. The nalo of reserved Beata is already immense. Ho did well in ftocnring the famoun "Fun on the Bristol' ' party for the occamon , A new real estate firm has opened up on the corner of Harnoy and Thirteenth streets , consisting of K , L. Kuiory nnd Joseph Locn , both old and well known citizens ol Omaha. The lecture of Kt.Kov. Bishop Miu-tl , of ( Dakota , postponed eorae weeks ago , will be.givcn at the Catholic Cathedral next Sunday evening , beginning at ( o'clock. Subject , "Catholic education one thousand years ago. J.iL. Curby , a St. LouU traveling mkn , won robbed Wednesday of $18 , in a pocketbook hi his hip pocket. The wallet and his railroad ticket Were thrown1 Away by the thief , and wore found and returned to him , Strayed from Patrick farm , one Mack hone , itar in forehead , white nose. Tail and main full of burs. Any one leaving information at Karmtoy's Btablo will bo rewarded. A..S. Patrick. f21-3t Cargo assortment of fmo Kngllah pocket-knives and razors just rocolvod at Scbrotor & BecbtV , Opera House Phar < nmcy , ono door north of oporn houso. Prices beyond competition and good * war ranted. ] < 'obll-Ct ! , K. Schutz , n Milwaukee free thinker , lectured at Turner hall Wednesday on the subject , "Immortality. " Ho wlll.return next week and deliver a lecture on tbo "Amalgamation of the It aces. " Ho IH re puted to be ono of the best speakers in thoiUnlled States. The pall bearers at the funeral of Mm HenryiDarrow , which took place Wednes day , were : Meant ) . P , L. Perrlne T. W. T. Richards , Capt. Wilson , J. K. Hen- drlx , O..F. Stephens and Howard Ken nedy. 'Rev. J. W. Ipgram , of the Chris tian church , conducted the servlcci. W. A. Morrison , formerly of THE 13KK , has accepted the management of the -Omiha'Post Job room , and proposes to loom up the business in fine style , Mr Morrison.In n number ono printer printer and an excellent manager , anil wo hope to BOO him succeed in hla new enterprise. The second lecture of the Unity Ly couui lecture course will bo given in the Unitarian idhapel to-night by Prof Samuel Aughey , Subject : "The growth of Mountains and Formation of Vul canoes , " Professor Augboy has just re turned from the oil basin of Wyoming am will describe their formation. I'oters , .the man who wan alleged to have skipped out with some money belonging longing to Pivonkj- , the butcher , relurnei from Council DlufTs Wednesday and made matters all right and with his employer It seras that ho wts only elf on a little celebration of George Washington's birth day , And Me. 1'ivonky declined to prose cute him , The new bank is to bo called the "Nebraska National , " The ofllceM of the institution ore 8. K. Johnson , president A. E. Touzalin , vice incident ; H. W Vnten , cashier. The board of directors will comprise five or seven of the large * stockholder * . In addition to the partlu already reported enlisted iu ttartlng the bank , V/tn. A. Paxton and Txwls Heed ar named. Adolphus Piiiitt , one of tbo last pa tients taken to the small pox hospital died fit 1:20 a. in. yesterday from bleeding At the lung > . He was Wednesday well to all appearances , and his prospects for re covtry from tuiall pox excellent , hut < lur ing the nigbt lie wat attacked by the fatal hemorrhage. Hla brother f assist ant sexton of Prospect Hill , and his re mains wa buried there last night. ( There are two Uten and a brother of the de mased who have been quite ill , but their were nothing THEKtXT STATE FAIR Meeting of the Board of Man agers. The Douglas Oounty Society to Unite With the State Exhibition. The Board Postpones Action on the Resignation of Martin Dunham. The Superintendents Appoint ed for the Management of the Fair. Special Prcmlnmn Offered nnd Other Matters- The Bccond session of the Board of Mnnftgcrs of the Stntft- Fair wns hold at the Withnoll House nt 11 a. m. , yesterday , being present Messrs. Mo Ilrido , Gronoll and Purnaa and President - idont Mofntyro , Secretary Wheeler nnd Treasurer Ilartman of the Slnto Board , Ooorgo Canfiald and J. 0. Craw ford , on behalf of the Douglas County Agricultural Society , appeared before the Board and stated that thai organ ization desired to hold its annual ex hibition and make its award of prem iums at the same time ( is the State fair. Washington county did this last year very successfully. ' The proposi tion was accepted and it was agreed that exhibitors should coino in on the same footing as State fair exhibitors. The secretary was instructed in re gard to the procuring of an orator to deliver the annual address. Secretary Wheeler made on offer of a special premium as follows : $10 for the best CO ears of Nebraska corn , $5 for the second best and $2.50 for the third. The subject of railway transporta tion , excursions , etc. , was discussed at seine length , and the board was informed that Assistant General Manager Kimball , of the Union Pa cific had promised to extend their track to the foot of the hill east of the fair grounds and build a stair way UD the hill , if the other road did not do so. On motion grain rogiator wore in- eluded in class 8. Some ( suggestions from the State BeeKeepers Keepers Association in regard to the rules for the award of premiums on honey were favorably aotod upon. The following resolution offered by Gon. J. 0. McUrido was adopted. Resolved , That the State Board of Agriculture , viewing with much ap prehension the spread of pleura pneu monia and other contagious cattle dis eases in the Eastern States , ask His Excellency , the Governor , to call the attention of the State Legislature , at the earliest to the * opportunity , neces sity of appropriate legislation f o pre vent the introduction and spread of those diaoasos to the herds of this Stato. Unsolved , That pending the action of the legislature in the premises , wo recommend that his Excellency , the Governor , bo.requoated to invite , by proclamation , the attention of herds men and shippers to the importance of being cautious in their selection of cattle and the localities from which they are purchased , to the end that cattle affected by disease or from infected districts shall not bo intro duced to the herds of this common wealth. On motion the board adjourned subject to the call of the president. LAST NHIRT'S MEETING. At the mooting of the otlicors and board of manngors of , the state board of Agriculture , at the Withnoll house Wednesday , there wore present : Ed Molntyro , of Seward , president ; Chris. Hortman , of Omaha , treasur er ; D. II. Wheeler , of Plattsmouth , secretary ; ox.Govornor R. W. Far- mis , of Brownvillo ; Hon. J , 0. Mo- Bride , of Lincoln ; Hon. E. N. Gron ell , of Fort Calhoun ; M. Dunham , of Omaha. The resignation of Martin Dunham was taken up and discussed at some longth. All the members of the board objected to his resignation , as they didn't want to lese his valuable experience and aid. Mr. Dunham , however , insisted upon his resignation being acoptod. The matter was finally postponed. Secretary Wheeler reported that the manuscript of the premium list was nearly completed , The contract to print 10,000 copies of the premium list was awarded tr Gibson , Miller & Richardson. W. R. Bowen , of Omaha , was elected - od assistant general superintendent of the state fair. Wm. B. White , Tokamn , was elect ed superintendent of police. The following class BUporintendonte wcro elected : Glass 1 , Horaeg W. II. Bartstow Crete. Class 2 , Cattle W. E. McCloud , Waco. Class : , Sheep-J. F. Woods , Sohuy- lor. Class 4 , Swiiio-J. E. North , Co lumbus. Class 5 , Poultry George Thrall Omaha. Class 0 , Farm Products George N. Crawford , Omaha. Class 7 , Champion R. W. Furnas , Brownvillo. Class 8. Mechanical Arts J. H. McConnoil , North Platto. Class 0 , Machinery W. J. Komio dy , Omaha. dais 10 , Fine ArU-Mra. W. II , Remington , Omaha , Class 11 , Textile Fabrics Mrs. II W. Scott , Kearney. Ola s 12 , Natural History Lawrence - ronco Bruner , West Point. Class 13 , Agricultural Societies and Special Agricultural Premiums Prof. Williams , Hastings. Class 14 , Marble Works Charles Noidhart , Brownvillo. Class 15 , Discretionary L. Orouwio , Calhoun. Class 10 , Speed George B. Skin- iier , Lincoln. The Aultman & Taylor manufactur ing company offered u No. 7 separator , valued ot $400 , as a special premium , which the board decided to give as u irst premium to the county ngricul- , ural society making the boat display ) f farm and garden products , cxclud- tig fruits. Meurii. Wheeler and Furnas wcro appointed a cotnmittcn to arrange for ; ho exhibit of California products. THE OPERA. HOUSE ] , Manager Marsh's Benefit To night in the "Fun on the Bristol. " The Strategists nnd Allco Oatos to Follow. The incoming Denver express to-day brings with its other passengers Jar- rctt * t Rice's famous "Fun on the Bristol" party , who have made the long jump from Denver to Omaha ox- prcssly to make the grand benefit pcr-4 Formanco in honor of Manager Marsh , a success , It in but n short time since ihoy wore hero and drew large liouscs every night of their stay. They nro old favorites hero and everybody will turn out to greet them. An in novation which promises to add to the attraction of the voyage on the Bristol tel , 5i the introduction of Sheridan's burleciio ( | of the two orphans , with the following cast : r/oulnc , n blind isii.Mr. ! John F. .Sheridan tlcnriette , her ulster , Mi 8JennieYfntnnns Countera Mini Cnrrlo Diniela Chevalier Do Vnudrry. .Miss Lulu Evan * Marquis Do Prcllcs Mr. W. H. Paul Hcquea Frnuchanl , Mr , Harry Do Lorme 1'icrrc , the cripple. .Mr , Klchard Walden Mme. Fotichnrcl.Mr. Frank Tannehill , Jr. Doctor Mr. William Hughes La Fleure , a vnlot . . .Mr. Goo. Richards Manager Marsh has made many frionds.during this season of his man agement of the oporn house , and his jood taste has boon shown in nothing more than in the Holcction of BO fine a company for the amusement of the crowd that is sure to turn out to show their appreciation of both the man ager ana the company. ALICE DATES. On March 2d Alice Oatcs appears at Boyd's opera house in the charming comic "Giroflo Girofla " opera , as sisted by a company of thirty-five people and n strong chorus. March 3d she presents the "Little Duke , " and March 4th "La Mascotto. " The Salt Lake Herald says : There was another packed house at the theatre last evening. Mrs. Oates , as Parthonay , kept the audience in the best of humor with her rollicking ren dition of the character. Her "Good bye , Sweetheart , " in the last act , re sulted in a double encore. Miss Townsond's "Blanche do Parthonay , " was played in excellent taste , while "Do Montland , " "Frimouse" and the "GovorneHs" wore equally commenda ble. The opera is light , both as to plot and music , but the company handle it in such a masterly style that it cannot help being a catch. TUB HTIITEOIBTS. Havprly's famous "Strategists , " on their way east from a most success ful season in California , will play at the Opera house on Monday night next. A San Francisco exchange says : "The Statofilsts" have made an undeniable popular hit. For the last four performances standing room only was obtainable after eight o'clock , The cast is a very strong one , and has boon already noticed by us in detail. Each artist seems to bo most aptly fitted for the role assumed , and the comedy , from beginning to end , moves along with a completeness of finish and detail that is very satis fying. "Tho Strategists" is evidently up for a long run , as nothing so suits our public as this amusing , as well as cleanly , entertainment. THAT GROSSING. Which Is Not the Only Grievance of South Omaha People , OMAHA , February 23. EDITOR BEE : Your article on the dangers of crossing Tenth street at the depot are timely and none too colored. There are but few of the citizens liv ing south of the depot who did not have nt some time or another a close escape. There is now , and the longer there nioro will be , necessary some safer way of crossing. To a casual observer , it seems , that the railroad company is to blame a great deal for this state of things. Although those yards extend several blocks cost of the depot , although they occupy all thn lands , streets and crossings from the bluffs to Tenth street , yet the most switching is done particularly on this crossing. If the company had any respect for the safety of the people , they could certainly arrange their yards and tracks so as to do most ol the switching east of Tenth street , whore they are "lords of all they survey , " and the dangers to passers-by but slight. And , while I am ventilating one grievance of South Omaha , I may as well pay my respects to the illus trious councilman , our own Mo- Gavook. I understand that ho has control of the northwest corner ol Tenth and Pacific streets , and is the sole and only cause why a gap in the sidewalk at that place is not closed up , and why in rainy weather every morning , noon and evening many hundreds , yea thousands , men and women are obliged to tramp kuoo deep in mud. If ho could hoar but an hundredth part of the curses deep and long , that are hurled on such occasions a < the man who is to blame for it , I nin sure lie would repent. Well , thank God , the end of his term is near al hand. Then , when another man vil ! enter the council in place of him , wo liopo ho will gut an ordinance through that will compel Mr ; Mac. to close that gap. There is also another citizen who deserves a mention in this connection. Mr , I. S. Hascall , the "most public spirited citizen , " the man who , wo are told , is for improve ments first , last and all the time , re fuses to lay a walk adjoining his property - orty on the corner of Hickory and Tenth utroots , for eomo trivial and technical reasons , although the walk was repeatedly ordered by the council. May be there is no steal in laying the walk , hence the lack of "public spir it. " Souru OMAHA. RAILWAY NEWS. A Post Bun by the Denver Ex press on Tuesday Nicht. The Bt PftUl nnd Milwaukee Exten sion to Omahn nnd Other Rail road Mutters. The wreck which occurred nt "tho Summit" west of this city Tuesday night was n curious ono in sonio re spects. Train No. 1 , the Denver ex press , was going over the hill nt the rate of about fourteen to sixteen miles an hour. When she struck the switch at the cast end of the siding on the l the leading engine passed over all right. The second engine took the side-track , breaking the draw-bar ' which attached it to the first , nnd the ; ank took n middle course , jumping , ho track nnd turning over immediate ly between the aid < and main track. The train was also detached from the ocomotivo , and after stopping fern n moment started up again , impelled ay the momentum it had received , ind crossed the switch nil right , fol- owing down the main track , The mail , biigijnqo nnd express car and imokor passed the wreck , only tear ing off a few stops nnd boxes. The [ irst-cIoRs conch , however , caught the wrecked tank and wedged it in be tween itself nnd the drivers of the wrecked engine , the stops nnd boxing 311 the forward truck of the coach being ing torn away. The accident delayed the train in the Omaha * yard until 3.30 a. m. , when it left for Denver , which was reached at 11,30 p , in , making the run of 508 miloa in twenty hours. The last 140 miles of the run was made in four hours. Considering the fact that the train had lost its right to the track and was laid out at sev eral meeting points , it may bo sot down as a pretty fast run. THE OMAIIA EXTENSION OF THK MIL WAUKEE & ST. PAUL. A correspondent of The Chicago Tribune , writing front Marion , la. , gives interesting details of the work an this now line nnd the country if traverses : "Tho iron , or rather steel , on the now Omaha extension of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad , " says the correspondent , "is now laid 107 miles west of Marion , la. , to Coon Rapids. The grading is all done clear through to Omaha. Construction trains are now running from Marion to the DCS Moines river , and from Perry to Coon Rapids. In six weeks , passenger trains will run over the Chicago , Milwaukee & St Paul from Chicago to Coon Rapids , which is less than 100 miles : rom Council Bluffs. Trains will run from Chicago to Council Bluffs next Juno. The big bridge over the Dos Moines river ia now completed. Some loop cuts nro to bo finished beyond Coon Rapids , nnd then the work will DO about completed. The ends of divisions in lown will bo located nt Marion , ninety miles west of the Mississippi , nnd at Perry , 137 miles west of Marion. Perry is an energetic town on the Des Moines & Fort Dodge road. Three miles west and north of Perry are the new Iowa coal fields. Here they have found twenty miles square of the best soft coal in the state. The vein is over tour foot thick. The surveyors of.tho new road have located forty-six new towns between Marion nnd Council Bluffs. They average six miles apart. It is claimed by the St. Paul people ple that their new Omaha extension is forty miles shorter than the Rock IslandChicago , Burlington & Quincy , or Northwestern. I do not under stand how that is , for I make the St. Paul extension 493 miles long , while the Rock Island is COO and the Chicago cage , Burlington & Quincy 502. The now road runs about twelve miles trom the Northwestern on an average through the state. It crosses the Northwestern at Tama city and the Rook Island at Noola , twenty-two milos'from Council Bluffs. The main track runs three mi'cs north of Cednr Rapids , but all trains will run into that town. The now coal fields northwest of Perry , alone ; the St. Paul road , show superior coal in endless quantities This is the nearest coal to Nebraska , nnd can bo transported to Nebraska at a much less cost than the Fort Dodge coal. The coal traffic in the western 125 miles , from Perry to Council Bluffs , of itself will sustain a railroad. The St. Paul Omaha Extension will bo more of a corn road than the Northwestern. The Northwestern is getting to bo a butter and cheese road. From Jefferson to Cedar Rapids on the Northwestern the farmers nro all going'into butter and chocso. The theory of the St. Paul people about n corn road was thus expressed to me by its vice president , Julius Wadsworth. Mr. Wads worth said : "Our Wisconsin and Minnesota ex tensions nro wheat roads. We have always wanted a corn branch I moan a branch down into the corn country. " "Why especially into a corn coun try ? " I asked. "Because , then when wo have used our freight cars to haul out the wheat crop in Wisconsin and Minnesota , wo can run the same rolling stock down ijito Iowa and bring out the corn and hogs. Then , with the same rolling stock wo cau do the heavy freighting of both our north and south linos. Then if the crops fuil in ono section wo can earn enough in another sec tion to pay our dividends. " The Ottumwa branch of the St. Paul road has been postponed this year , but when the Omaha Extension is in running order and begins to pay dividends the Ottumwa branch will bo built , and when it is started it will run on to Kansas City. Saratoga ( Notes. Owing to outside attractions , of which the elegant sleighing and the party given by Del. Doyo wore the principal , the Lyceum audience and programme wore both somewhat limit ed. Several features of the latter were very creditable , however , includ ing a solo by Miss Alice Rustin , songs by the Leader children , and an origi nal poem by Mr. Morse. The. debate , which included the Monroe doctrine and the Panama question , was defor- cd until next week. In the absence of President Tously , Vice President Elton occupied the chair. Toualey brother * , the well known market gardnors , loao over ono hundred dollars by the recent storm , in damage to their cold farm produce. Mr. Del. Deyo gave n very pleasant party Wednesday at his residence in llazardvillo. The party was a gay ono , and was well entertained , Mr. Doyo sparing no pains to make all en joyable. CUCKOO. WAR OF TOE DETEOTI7ES , Hazen Arrested at the Instiga tion of Neligh To Malta Up for the Indictment of Jim Davis nt the Instigation of Hazon A Pretty Well Mixed Up Muss , TUB war "of tbo detectives is in creasing in interest. Yesterday City Detective JIazon was arrested on a warrant issued from Justice Wright's court , charging him with liavintr falsely imprisoned ono Maud Gray , or a woman bearing that name , who came from the other side of the river to testify in the casoa against Stanley and His gang. The arrest was made by W. 0. Saunders , a de fective in the employ of Capt. James Neligh , superintendent of the West ern Detective agency , and the com plaint was instigated from that source. Upon being arrested Detective Hazon wont before Justice Wright , waived examination and gave bail in § 100 for appearance at the next term of dis trict court. This arrest ia an outcome of the bitter'feelings which have arisen be tween Neligh and Hazon over some transactions in which the former charges that Hazon endeavored to in jure his reputation. The arrest is ilso thought to bo partly in retalia tion for the indictment and arrest of Jim Davis , a Tenth street merchant , on a charge of receiving stolen goods , which indictment was procured , or was thought to have been procured , on Hazen's testimony. The trouble between the detectives commenced over the burglary cases in which Hazen made a number of a arrests about a month ago , and has since been intensified by the exchange of most bitter and hostile threats. Neligh published a card in the Re publican of this city , in which ho jhargod Hazon with being a "chump , " a liar and a thief , and a man who , if ho had his just deserts , ought to be in the peni tentiary. Ho now assorts that the ar rest made yesterday is the fore runner of others which are to follow , and the outcome of which will bo Bazon's destruction ollicially and his imprisonment ; that ho can prove all 10 charged in his card , and that a good many things are to come to light rvhicli will make things generally hotter tor the pity detective. On the Hazon side of the contro versy there is equally as much ani mosity shown , and as many charges are mode against Neligh. Hazon claims that Noligh is a backcappor and a rascal , who will extort blood money from criminals and bleed every man with whom ho comes in contact in business matters to the full extent of the victim's purse and gullibility. He says that Noligh has been re tained and is in the employ of the deFense - Fenso in the Kostors case , and is making these attacks upon the city detective bo- cauao ho realizes that the latter has secured some testimony which will convict Rosters. Ho docs not admit connection with the D.ivia indictment , neither does he deny it ; but ho says that Davis is working with Noligh and has played him ( Hazon ) "dirt" in a most barofacedjind shameful way. Davis' indictment is understood to bo based upon the charge that ho re ceived property of the B. & M. com pany knowing that it was stolon. This is claimed to ) o incorrect ; but it is said that if such property was received it was taken upon the authority of the ofllcials of the road and for the pur- pobo of catching the thieves. Hazon's arrest is based upon the charge of false imprisonment. The false imprisonment is denied , and it is claimed that the detention of a wit ness in an important case was all that can bo proven. The whole business scorns to bo a private fight between the detectives , and there is but little liklihood of its amounting to anything more. Capt. Neligh has a reputation of being a skillful and successful detective , and Hazon has boon > doing some good work in the service of the city. Both gentlemen have their friends , and it is the opinion of those who are the level-headed that the less nioro - quar reling there is between detectives the more the ends of justice will bo sub served. THE BKK hopes that oil will bo poured into the troubled waters and that the antagonists ' 'willshako hands over the bloody chasm , " L KKCON1) OilAlld P. . Another charge was preferred against City Detective Hazon , and ho wns a second time arrested , on a war * rant for grand larceny from one Mrs. Fanny Allen. The warrant was issued by Justice Hyde and Hazon appeared there immediately and gave his own recognizance for appearance. An Extended Popularity. Each year Muds "BROWN'S BRON CHIAL TiiociiKs1' in now localities , in various parts of the world. For re lieving Coughs , Colds , and Throat Diseases , the Troches have been proved reliable , fcb24ood3tiowlt FARMERS AND MECHANICS. If you wish to avoid great danger and trouble , besides a no small bill of expense , at this season of the year , you should take prompt stops to keep disease from your household. The system should bo cleansed , blood purified , stomach and bowels regula ted , end prevent and cure diseases arising from spring malaria. We know of nothing that will so perfectly and surely do this as Electric Bitters , and At thu trilling coat of fifty cent a bet tle. [ Exchange. Sold by Iflh & McW ahon , 1 Swedish nnd Norwcfrlan Mrvss Mooting. A notice has appeared in the daily papers calling a mooting at Justice Stonborg's office to select a successor to N. N. Vindquist ns consul for Swe den and Norway. This meeting should not bo held in haste. No call has boon made through the Scandina vian press of this city. But since a meeting has boon called by somebody ? it is of considerable importance that it should bo attended by all Swedes and Norwegians who take an interest in their countrymen's welfare. To see that a full roprcsonsation and a popu lar choice is made , attend in a body ono and all , Saturday night , at 7 o'clock , on Tenth street , below Turner hall. SCANDINAVIAN. Army Orders. So much of paraeraph 2 , Special Orders No. 1C , current aeries , from these headquarters , as requires Private Max Arondt , company D. Ninth in fantry , to report in person to the commanding o Hi cor , Fort Fred Steele , W. I1. , as hospital steward of the third class , to relieve Hospital Stow- jird Thomas N. Gunn , U. S. A. , is re- cindcd. Private Arondt will proceed instead to Fort Douglas , U. T. , and report to the commanding officer thereof for temporary duty as hospital steward of the third class. VACCINE VIRUS. Dr. A , H. Derris , founder of the celebrated Lamartino Vaccine Farm at Fond du Lac , Wis. , is now propagating - gating pure Bovine Virus at Lincoln , Nob. Ton Ivory Points , § 1.00 ; Crusts , § 2.00 ; cosh with the order. Only physicians supplied. A. II. DORRIS , M. D. , fob22oodlm-nuto Lincoln , Nob. ei D@ Meyefs CATARRH CURE. The antidotal theory , now admitted lo be the only treatment which- will eradicate Catarrhal - rhal Poison. Rev. Chan. H. Talor , 140 N'ohlo street , Brook lyn , N. Y. : "One packu o effected a radical cure. " Rev. Oco. A. Reis , Coblesklll , Schoharie , Co. , N. Y. : ' 'It restored mo to iny mlnlstcrlall bor .t Rev. W. II. Sumner , Frederick , Bid. : "F.ne results In six cases in my family. " Rev. Oco. E. Pratt , St. Stephen's Rector Phi a. : "Quite wonderful ; let mo distrlbut j our 'Trcatl o , " Chas. II. Stanhope , Newport , R. I , : "I was too deaf to hear thochuich bells ring ; hearing restored. " George W. Lambrlgh * , 73 IJIddl street , Balti more , Md. ; "Suffered 0 years ; perfectly cured. " Mrs. M. E. Shennoy , 3022 Sarah street , St. Louis : "The first natural breath In 0 years- " Mrs. J. W. Purcel ! , Golden City , Col. : "Uied onlycno package ; entirely cured ; suffered 24 years. " Dr. P. N. Clark , Dentist. 8 Montgomery street , San Francisco : "Suffered 16 jcare ; perfectly cured , " etc. Dr. Wei De Meyer's Popular "TREATISE" on Catar h mailed free. The great Cure is de livered by Druggists , or by D. B. Dewey & Co , , 182 Fulton street , New York for I 00 , mon-wcd-frt&sat&wcrkcow 1'or Sale at a bargain , the stock and fixtures of the Michigan Tobacco Store , 1417 Doughs street , Omaha. Business first cla s , location good , rent low , satis factory readons for selling. Applv an the ' store. f20svn-in-w&f-njorn-tu-thu&sat-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. TO LOAN-MONh . ' ONKY TO LOAN Call at Law Otnco of D. M' L. Thomas Room 8 Cretehton Block. ti&QKA AfiATO LOAA At 8 per centln- < U > / OU.UUvS terest In sums of $2,600 and upwards , for 8 to 6 years , on Oral-close city and farm property. Bums REAL ESIATI and LOIN AOINCT , 16th and Dowlas Sts. HELP WANTED , Employment by a respectabo WANTED small family. Address M. E. I ) . , BKK office. 218 2 > * TM o unfurnished rooms with board WANTED famll } or near by. Address H. R. Srrith , with Llningcr & Metcalf k Co. 245-28 * WANTED Firat-class enant girl , must be good cook. Apply at southeast corner 10th and Lea\onworth St. Mrs. Win. II. Ilams. 214-24 * A first-class cook. Apply at 2013 WANTED COBS St. 241 23 "TT7"ANTED Immediately , a good competent YY grocery clerk and a boy for general store work , at I. C. Wlcrnor't , corner 18thand Chicago street. 24U-23 Competent girl for general IIOUBO- WANTED Apply at 1010 Oh cage S . MRS. J. E. WILBUR. 236-23 100 good men for railroad work. WANTED , Emploj munt Agent , lllh strco * , mar Farnham. 222-23 * \TrANTED-200 teams , 100 good tea listers , to tVY work on the railroad at Tcrumeeh. Ap ply at once to H , Mannucller , cmplojmcnt agent , llth street , near Farnham. 223-23 * 'ANTED By a young mm 17 years of age . . a place to work for his board and go to ichool. wiling to make himself generally use ful. Address J. James , room 6 , Creighton block. 232 2J * WANTED Girl for general housenork. Ap- 1 > 1) at 2i)15 ) California St 221) S3 * House with 0 rooms , good loca WANTED Apply 1011 Califnni St. P. T. Martin. 2JO-25" Good cook at Grand Pacific hotel , WANTKD . Wooman preferred. 107-tf - dlnlrrg room girl at the fct. WANTKD-GooJ . 163-tf " \TTANTED tlrst-class COOK , ono who uudcr- YV Btandsmrat cooklnitaaucllaspastr } none but first class need apply. Also a good l > oy as nailer. Apply at 1105Varnharn at 068-eodl Funding bridge and tcbool bond * . WANTED Clark , lleilovue. 26-tf " \TfTANTED-4 children as boarders In a select YY school , at 19th and California St. L. B. LOOUIS. 767-tf FOR RENT-HOUSES AND LAND. RENT Pleasant furnished cott K , rent FOR for board JOOSN. 15th Ht , bet. California and Webster. 241-25 * ITIOR RENT-House of Brooms on Pacific St. , JU bet. 10th and llth. Inquire of C. P. lllrkett. 247-21 * 710R RENT-A nicely furnished front room , F J sultabli for Uo gentlemen , with or without beard ; 1118 Howard St. , near 12th. S33-21 * OH RENT Elegantly furnished rooms with P nrbt-claw board , ga , bathroom and waer closet , at 1718 Dodge St. 8IB-W RKNT Nicely furni.hed room. Applv at FOR Farnham et. 213-tf RENT A handiomcly luiiilelicd parlor FOR , al o an Ice > e room with board ; low. vet prlfK. Urlck home , 2013 CMS St. 217-tf TTIOR RUET Store room In brlcl. building , .V , JP E. corner 16th and Cumlng. C , F Good man , 1110 Farnhtm St. 20J-tf I7\OR \ RENT Sa all barn , sultablo for 2 horn's , r corner Farnham and 24th St. Apply to J , R. Bhici , 1197 Huney Bt. 1W-U FR RENT Howe on Sherman Avenue , 7 rooms , with lUble. An > l'to ) N. W. Mer rill , 307 S. lath St , _ _ 207-tt _ _ " 171 OR BENT A farm one mile cart of Mill * L1 Station , St. I mil , Sioux City & Omaha n. ll.o\cr ono hundred ncrc * In cultivation , Ap- pllto CUrkion & Hunt , nth St. , mar FArnh , m. 2011241 T710R It ENT-Kurnlshed rooms. northwMt cor. X1 20th and Ca . 193-2J * FOH RENT-Rooms In Jacobj' block.993tt .1011 KLNT Furnished front room , N. K. cor. 9th and Jackson , 62-tf TjlOR KENT House ol right looms. Enqulr- J. Phlpus Hoc , 1512 B. Filth St. B77-U J10R RENT One of the best stores on Cumlng ! St. , 20x21 , bv January 1,1882. 820 U "I7I I OR RENT i furnished room ) over MM Jj i' KxchanfreN. K. cor. 10th and Dodg. 28ft. tf EOU RENT Nicely furnished rooms with ot without board. Reasonable prices. 2018 Qua at. " a FOR SALE lOK 8ALK A Ho. 1 niiaii ol h vy ilralt _ horses. Knqulrootd.T. I'&ulsen , al Teter ' uoos' . T7TOR S\I.K-At Hall' * feed mill , near MlllUrr ! Urldgo , 76 tons of No. 1 baled hay. Will be delhcrnl to any patt of the city. Alst ground feed at the lowest coh price. W. If. McCOY. 233.1m FOR 8ALK-3 old buildings- Enquire of Dewey & f tone. 231 2 } POtt SALK-1 onlyacr beautiful land , well located with Kood residence , barn , out houses , well nnd cistern ; place veil fenced- " Terms cnsy. W. U. MAtlTLETl1 , Real Estftto" Afcnt. 2SO-1 " 171011 SALE Second hand wagons nnd harness J } by D. L. Thomas , Room 8 , Crolghton Illock 00-24 DEMIS rents home' , lots , farms , stores , lands , JD rooms , etc. Otllccs 16th and Douglas Sts. TTIOIt HALK 10,000 Ulack Cap Mammoth Ulus- J } tor Rasbcrry Roots "Idlo Wild Placo.1 Lea\o orders at 1414 Dodge St. JOHN 0. WIL LIS , Cotnmlsslo i More. 1)1 tf EM1S1 NKW CITY MAPS. 10c.-Aounttd ! B Mapa. 82.60. QEO. P. REMI3. "T710R SAI.B Mules and harness it Redman's 1 } ICtn street barn- 141-6 * FOR SALE At Solomon's , 1204 Fftrnham St. , Rold fish , silver flsh , ccle , alligators , dovli lUli , Imported canary birds , t tilting parrot * , gold , finches , red birds , mocking birds , flsh globes and aquarlumi , nil sizes and tt\lcs , at pricol rcaton- be. ! 142-tl "HI OR SALE A good second hand street hick JU for nalc , at a low bargain , by Dr. Isaac kdwards , 1109 Farnham street. 74 tf. FOR SALE House and full lot In good loca tion , cheap. Price , J1260. EAST terms. McCAQUE , Opp. post oulce. 15U TJ10R SALE Best building lot In Shlnn's ad- JJ dltlon. 142 fcot cast front by 120 feet depth. McCAQUE , Opp. post offlco. 14 U FOR SALE OR RENT A grocery store and , butcher shop , doing a good business. In- frulrsot this offlco. 012-U FOR SALE 2 nice counters and 2 pllver plated show cases , at Oco , H. Peterson's , 804 South 10th St. 741-tf . TT10U SALE Or will excha go for Omaha pro- JJ perty , an Improved sec on of land adjoin ing a station on U. P. R. II. M. DUNIIAM , 141J Farnham St. , Omaha. 720 3mf THOR SALE Or trade for city property , on JD epan of horses , harness and wagon. Addrca 8. Y. , IhlaofllCci 722 tf SALE A good seven-year-old horse FOR Warranted to drlxe single or double. En qulro of Qcorgo CanUeld , Canficld house.novl8tt novl8-tt MISCELLANEOUS. ) OSM with board $500 per wcik , choice \j table board $3.50 ; GO'S N. 18th St. 242 2ft * PARTNER with SS',0 ' wantid lora > ery profit able manufacturing business. No risk ; 76 per cent clear profit. Addresj W , SJOthls elli o. 536 24" B EMIS sets houses , lots , farms an i lands. Office , 15th and Douglas Sta. IOOMS ' and first class table board at 2011 R' Cnss St. 224-21 * "DEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOT8-8100 each , JD 85 down and 35 per month. BEMI3 , agent , . 16th and Douglas Sts. TN8THUCT1ON ON TYPE-WRITERS We JL are in frequent receipt of applications for operators. DELL & AMES , 1600 Farnhun , Agents Remington Type-Writer. feblB-lm AYE RENT Choice of SO full lots to lcose > I near Creighton College for$2o per jcar. ixtcr L. Thomas & Bio. , Room 8 , Creighton Block. 20Mf LOTS , 81CO each , 85 down and $ i per month BEMI3 , Agent. TOCK FARM FOR SALE 1000 acres In Doug- § lai Co. , Neb. , - 250 acres broken dwel Ing use , barn , cattle sealer , large body of heavy- timber and running water ; Smiles from U. P. R. K. Apply to or address T. W. T. Richards , Omaha , Neb. 207-lm ffIn \ semi-annual , eight (8) ( ) pcr > J/ > Ucent. . Interest notes secured by real i state mortgage for tale. Address P. O. llox 62. 203-7 RICK FOR KALK. B 203-tf ESTABROOK St COE. TjIRONT ROOM , FURNISHED , Suitable for two. JD gentlemen , on Davenport sit. , bet. 16th nnd 16th , south side. 160-tl RICK FOR SALE T. Murray. B 119-tf TJIANO AND ORGAN Instruction by'Miss E. JL S. Parttit , R. 20th St. , below Pierce. 91-tf HIGHEST PRICE paid for all kinds of Iron , metal and rags , by I. Oalinsky & Co. , 102 Douglas St. 49-lm ROODS FOR RENT S. W.Cor. FURNISHED 10th and Davenport t-t. 69B-tf mWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RKNT In- JL nuire at Hospe's Art Emporium , 1610 Dodgr- M"ANAGEMENT OF SMALL rusiNEs"B- wanted by experienced man. Small salary , P. O. Box 602 City. 968.tf T1URNISIIED ROOMS Within three blocks ol JTJ postofflco. Inquire at 1619 Pod e. 026-tf TORTRAITS IN ORA1 ON Pastlle and Oil , JL also decorative painting. MRS. D. R. WARDNEH , room 1. Jacob's Block. 642-tl ALEO HAY At A. U. Sander's Feed Store * B 1013 Harney St. slO-tf EDWAED IOJEHL MAGISTER OF PALMYSTERY AND .CONDI TIONALIST , 408 Tenth Street , between Farnhanr andllamey. Will , with the aid of guardian spirits , obtain for any one a glance at the past and present , and on certain conditions In the fu ture. Boots and Shoos made to ; fdcr. Perfect 'i-'rctlcn irunriuteod au28-ln > Absolutely Pure. This powder netcr > arles. A marvel of purity * strength and wholcsomenosa. More economical than the ordinary Undd , and cannot t > o sold la competition with the multitude of low left. short weight , alum or phosphate powder * ) Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. , NewYcrk.