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OMAHA. SatuiMov Mornincr , July 1. NVcnthor tlcport. ( The following obi < crvatioii are taken a Ihe pr\me moment of time at all the station namc > l. ) WAU DKPAimtnxT , U. S. SIONALSHI- ' VICK , OMAHA , .luneSO , 188'2 ( litr.p.m , Ilie river Is 14 feet B inches nhovo low water mark , ColcV circtu will exhibit in Oinnhntho 1 tiler part of July. There was but one case in police court yesterday , a plain drunk. Xif.liolns ICnnc haa asked for a trial in the district court and will get it. The case of Martin Kearney , the nl leged incendiarj , Is continued lo next term. Itcmcmler this cricket match at * ! > p. in. to-day at the end of the green line trnck. trnck.The postponed Mienncrchor picnic will take place at licdnmn's grove on Sun day next. There will bo a regular inciting of Vesta Chapter for work thoa even- inj ( , July 1st. iknd your job work to the ALLKN 1'UINTINU CO. , General Job I'rintcrH ami Uook IJiiukw , 218-220 S. 11th Direct near Tarnim , The sldewalka and atreet at thu inter- aection of .Tnckson and bovcntccnlh have been baJly w.inhed nnd ahonld bo allinded t < > : it once to piovcnt accldcnU , The county commlBtloncra ThurHdoy made the following levy General fund nine milli ; bond Kinking fund , five and a half mills ; bridge fund , one ami a half mills ; road fund , ono mill : lotal , Kcvcn- tcon milln on the dollar valuation , The U. P. ami U. It M. base ball oluh ? play a game to-day Tuesday next the 1) ) . & M. and Atlantic. ) piny In ho forenoon and the U. P. anil Dread- aughlu of Illinois in the afternoon , Up to the latest moment Home of our citizens were betting thai Uuituau would not hanff. Ho dU though all the ainu. The firnt newaof the event was received about now by Supt. Dickey of the U. 1' . telegraph department. Mr. Dickuian , ono of the proprietors of the Tivoli NaUtnrium , while dr.iwing off the water from the basin Thuruilay found u aolid gold nuu nnJ knowing the owner ho restored it lo him , who waa over joyed at Ita recovery. D. M. Bennett , editor of the "Truth Seeker , " of New York , haa arrived in Bun Francisco frcm hU trip around Iho world. The Liberals , of Omaha , propone having the honorable gentleman deliver one of his altercating lectures here early next month. The peiaonal property of the Into firm of 11. C. Stcoll & iTohiiHton , oonslnling of u general Block of oils , paints and glims , was Hold at auction Thurmlay hy thai prince of salesmen , D , S. M. Frelwcll , the veteran auctioneer of the vvo t. Kumanl llroa. & Co. , were the purchasers , mid price paid wa.1 $18,000 which wai very mitlbfactory to the StaiuUrd Oil Co , , the principal creditors. Col. 12 , IS. Temple , who baa RUCCOPH- fully produced the "Union Spy" at Ouni ba. BlMrnml Fremont , wan in Iho city Fiidny en route lo Blair , vvheru ho will reproduce the great military dr.uui July lat , 3d aud 4th , The colonel him been out bunting and U us blown an a Coimincho and In the bi'ut of humor with his trip. lie organized Iho btoom brigade In Fre mont and has It drilled to perfection , There necma to hav e been couilderablo hijuetlco done to Harris , one of tliu men arrehttnl on the charge of robbing Joe Grace of SM. Harris cornea with very high recommendations from cistern parties to a geutlomaii in this city and Hays thai Wilson wan a chance acquaint ance. A gentleman who Haw the whole affair nays that Grace forced tbo money on the men to play the bank , telling them thai ho waa a thonughbrcd aud didn't care If they did lose Ihe "alako. " lir. Alex Black , who for over two yearn has served faithfully and well on the Omaha police force , ye U rday resigned his poaitiou and banded over hla utar to Manhal Angell , Ho ilooj this of his own free will , In order to devote his time to private business | Q which there Is moro money. Alex was ono of the best olllcora Omaha ever had , kind , conscientious and honest In the performance of hit duties , .and yet popular with both the members of the force unil citizens generally , Wo wish him a bright future , B. 6s M. R. H-Clmngo In Time. On and after Sunday , July 2d , trains between Omaha and Lincoln will run aa follows : Leave Omaha 8:15 : a. in. , ( daily ) arrive - rive at Lincoln at 11:45 : a. m. Leave Omaha al 05 ; ! ! p. in. , arrive at Lincoln at 0:30 : p. m. Itoturning : Leave Lincoln at 7 a. in , , arrive at Omaha at 0:40 : a. in. Leave Lincoln at 2:25 : p. in. , ( daily ) arrive tt Omaha at D:45 : p. in , The particular attention of the trav eling public IH invited to the fact that beginning ; with Sunday , July 2d , a daily train , aa above , will bo run each way botweou Omaha and Lincoln , and betvroon Omaha and Donvur. Tin first through jMBsonycr train for Dun ver will leave Omaha at 8:15 : a. m. , on Bunday noxt. P , S. Kusns , General Ticket Agent. jo30 [ ) t To FAIIMEIW or OUABKA. Thirty thousand clioico fence ( hardwood , uov en foot ) posts cheap. Ex-Mayor Vaughn , Council Ulull'is , Iowa. joS'J 3t. DEADLIGHT GLEAMS. The Advent of the Chicago , Milwaukee & Sfe , Paul Railroad , A New Link Between Omabu and tbo Thursday af crnoon a diatinguisiioi party of railroad men arrived in the city headed by J. T. Clark , Rcnora' auporintendont of the Chicago , Jlil' ' waukco t St. Paul railway. Wo Bay dialinguiahcd parly , especially because Iho arrival ol thn c ontlomon compoa in it gave proof poaitivo of Iho ccm- plotion of anotlicr through rail roat line between Omaha and Chicago. The extension to thia city was commoncci at Marion about n year ago and the [ aat apiko waa driven on Wednesday aat al n point about ono mile oaat ol Defiance , Iowa , nnd fifty four tnilca from Council lilufla. Thursday wit icaand the arrival of the first through rain from Milwaukee to thia city. It consisted of an engine , baggage and ofllccr's car , in which bcaido Mr. Clark were D. A. Owen , auporlntond- out of the division west of Racine ; A. I. Knrling , assistant nuponntondent ; Engineer Nourao andtvvoroadmantcra. The completion of thia road ii iNOTHKit OHIAT : KVKNT n the hialory of our city , nnd opens up ono of thu best agricultural dm- , ricta in Iowa and Western WIBCODBIII o the business conaulorAtionn of ) maha. No railroad reaching Omaha B bettor constructed than thia ono. The ballaoting ia aaid by Mr. Clark nd the other practic.il railroad mon vho have critically examined it , to be s near perfect aa can bo. The raila ro all atool and forged niter the hi eat ml moat approved patterns. The iatanco from the transfer bridge to Marion is about 20D tnilca , nnd to Chicago about -1J ! ) miles. It in Iniincd by the ollicials of I'lii ' new no that it ia shorter b > abjut one lilo and n half than any other north- astern route from thin city to thereat roat western metropolis The now road roaches iln woalorn irminua on tracks formerly used by 10 Kanaaa City line , but now owned y the 0 , M. A ; St. P. UKDULAU TllltOUUII TIIAINH vill commence to run over the now oad on Monday next. At present lioy will bo only accommodation. In ho latter part of. August regular lirough fast freight tratna will com- lonco running to Chicago from this ity , and early in Hcptambor the fast laeaongor trains will bo put on. It ia ntendud to have llieao traiua equipped n the lineal and moat coiutortablo itylo known to ( lie ( raveling public , 'hia , in connection witl > thu linn man or in which the road ia conatructod , will make the 0. , M. A : St. P. rail- vay certainly a favorite route from ) muha to the cast , and will certainly > ring us many \velcomo commercial 'ieitorn from Iowa that wo have not md the pleasure of maoting baforo. > oforo. The arrival of Mr. Clark iu a pleasure in itaolf bcc.xuso ho liaa ao nany staunch fricnda in thia vicinity , > ut when ho returns to the Bconoa of iia former labors with the gift of n > ran now railroad to Omahu , hia coni ng ought to bo announced with a ulvo of artillory. WlTKIl IlOUNl ) . A letter to TIIK JJKK from Uov. J. j. Lower , of Harvard , 01 iy county , Tobraiku , doacribos the adventures of delay on the railroad during ono of 10 recant atormg. It Bccma the train n which the writer was had to lay "or about thirty hours at Chilltcotlio , tlo. , thia week on account of a waah- ut about two and a half miles from liat placo. The famous c union ball f the W. , St. L. , t P. K. U. was stranded botweou tliu waters and a land car had to bo uacd in getting the MBsongua on dry laud and thence hey wont luck to Clnllicotho on Con- luotor Uoughorty'fl train. On Thnra- lay the pasBoinjcra wore all taken around by lirunawiok and St. .loo to Council IJlulla. The route waa through ho flooded valleys of the Grand river or about twentyinilos and Mr. Lower vitli his "ninety and nine" follow rixvolors are loud in their praiao of ho care taken of tliam by Conductors Idams and Dougherty and engineer ilanohard , not forgetting the iitten- ion paid to the unfortunaloo by the ligh ollicials of the W. , St. L. & P. 1. K. , on bringing the party to Coun cil Bluffa. During the trip Uev. J. II. lultman , of Omaha , and Mr. Lower entertained the company with music and Uov. Mr. MoOaguo delivered u ory practical aormnii. To FAIIMKUH OF NKIIKABKA. Thir- y thousand choice fence ( hardwood , even foot ) poala cheap , Ex-Mayor Vaughn , Council lilutla , Ion a. _ iu2J3t. . FOURTH OF .JULY. Q'horo will bo a grand "Fourth of uly" celebration at Long Pine , and grand excursion on the Sioux City t Pacific railroad , the faro will bo ono talf of the regular prico. The Long "ino people have boon exerting thorn- elves to inuko the culobration a grand ucceaa , nnd if you wish to spend u oily'till , and BOO the beautiful scon- iry in and around Long Pine , you hould not fail to ho thero. Tickets on the railroad will bo good for the Jd , 1th and Pth of July. MATRIMONIAL. Well Known Younrc Couple Join Hourt mid Hivndaln tUo Jour ney of Life. A largo nsjcmblago gathered at the residence of JPBIO Newman on Con- ral street Thursday to witnoas the marriage ui Hampton A. Watson to Misa Muy.iJ Cowdon. The happy couple were united in the bonds of iwtriinony by Rev. Mr , Groan , of Triu.y Mission , and after a brilliant reception given them by Mr. and Mrs , Bowman , they immediately took ] > os acseiou of a cosy residence on Cum- niog atroot which .ho bridegroom had udiciously provided out of his oarn- ings for the impouknl event , In wnicl lie was a principal participant Thurs tiny , lioth of the contracting jut-tics ire well known in Omaha.Mr. . Wat ion lias boon for a long tinio in the employ of the Pullm.in 1'alaco car company and has always had the con- Hdonco of his superiors and the good will of Ilia associates. The bndo haa a host of friends hero whom ho haa won by her great kjndtirAS of hcarl and exceedingly winning way * , Among the many presents thai were haiid"il the br do as souvenirs of the 1mm y event were the following Sol of tablu linen , MID. M. liiuc and daughter ; Majolica water pitcher , Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 1) . Hnrkalow ; pair oi vasofl , Mrs. A. Brown ; pair of vases , Miss McDonald ; fruit dish , Mist Dlnra McCoy ; ice cream Bol , Jit. and Mrs. 0. Watltins ; tea act from Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Bennett , silver castor , Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Vinegar ; silver sugar bowl , Air. and Mrs. A. Hcndricks ; one-half dozen China 'ruit plates , Mr and Mrs. C , Pitta ; : capotMilton Rogers & Son ; one dozen linen napkins , Mr. and Mrs. D. Robinson ; two napkin rings 'engraved Mr. and Mrs. II. W. 11. Watson ) Mr. nnd * Mrs. .1. Jl. Simp- ion ; sot table linen , Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams ; aot bud laces , Air. and Mrs. [ Slogan ; silver btittor ki Ifo , Mrs. S. Vincgor ; cake box. Mr. .1. Taylor ; > icklo stand , Mrs. S. I'W ' booth privileges State Fair apply to Arthur II. JJrigga , Omaha. ALMOsjNANvus. The City Carried Strong For Paving tlio Streets , A Very Light Vote Polled , but All One Way. Wo Will HavolQootl Stroota ut , The vote on the issunnco of bonds o pave the city was almost unanimous n favor of the proportion and Omaha cetcrduy took u grout slrido towaid m'ropolitan importuned nnd business ncruano. The day \vaa fair , nlthough ex remely sultry , nnd the vote polled vas vorj1 light induod , but it wan ovi- out early in the day that the citizens rould , almost willi ono voice dcclaro or bonds , good paving and the do- lironoment of King Mud , When the ullota were counted out in the oven- ng the following result was scon : For the bonds 15- Agnluat the bonds . 34 Majority for 118 SECOND VVAHII. For the bonds 100 AgniuHt tlio build * 11 Majority for 89 THIItl ) UAllll. For the bonds 178 A ainnt thu bonds It ! Majority for 102 tOUUTII VVAItn. For the bond * 203 the bonds ! t I Majority far 200 riFTJIVAItl ) . For the bonds 100 Ahi | t thobonds 81 1 1i Majority for 115 i HI.YTH WAItt ) . | ' For the bonds 118 Agninnt thu bondn 'M Majority for Hi Tin : HKVFKTII. The total vote for was Ir.'t7 1'liu total Vuto ngulust vvaa 181 Majority for. 8'C 1 liu niiijority of the vutoi cast \ sulli- ent to carry , to any nothint ; about n tweet \ot ) . BABCOCR'S BREAK. ho Coronor'ti Inquest on the Sulcldo of'Ihuradiiy Night. Tlio inquest in the case of William 2. Itabcock , the carpenter who aui- idod en Thursday , took place at Joronor Jacobs' ' at 10 a. in. yesterday. The following jurors were impan- lollcd by the Coroner : John Drexel , 3. S. Goodrich , CSeo , Mudlock , Lorin Iillor , IlonrySiort , and Goo. Guy. The witnesses examined wore ; Ai red Uullock , Goo. L. Prentice , 0. laynos , Mrs. Louisa Porko , and Dr. V. II. Codman. The testimony waa in accordance with the facts as given above. An ox- initiation of the papers found on the leraon of the dccpaaod showed that 10 had at ono time boon n mum- > or of St. John's Lodge No 100 , A. ' . AA. . M. , of Vnnkton , D. T. , and ccordingly n telegram waa noiit the ocrotary of that lodge by Coroner aooba to know if ho was atill in good landing and to inquire as to the dis- wsition to bo made of hu romaina , A decree of divorce , dated in 18GO , van also among the papers and a diary homing that ho had worked for about hroo yeara in the Ogden houao in Jouncil Blurts. Mr. Geo. Higgins , of ho Merchant's Kxchango , Sixteenth root , recognized the deceased aa a nan ho had known in Janoavillo , Wis. , twenty-live yoara ago. Ho enow nothing of his folks however , DIKD. MNOYJU-M : : hn,8on ! of William an I Lunlce I'enoycr , ngtd six inonthi , Funeral will taUu phuo to-morrow , July , at 2 p. in. , from the resilience on lickory direct , beta ecu Tenth and iie\ : . nth atrcota. flH.SON Henry JRIIIM Nelson , Juno 30th , Hired U months. 1'uueral July Ut at 10 a. in. , from ren- ciao on Cumliuf ttrcet , near Montinn WANTED A brick mouldorj y.n vagos. Apply to Andrew Jtothnol ) , ' 'roiiont Nob. ' . . ' , jol'.l'imo SLAVISM'S YOSEM1TK COLOGNE , Miulo from the wild 11 o won of the AH KAMKi ) YOSEM1TE VALLEY , t ia the moat fragrant of perfumes. Manufactured by 11. B , Slavon , San J'lunciaco. For aalo in Omaha by W. J Whitohouso and Konnard Broa. , fcCo. TABLE The Quarter Centennial of Dap ifcal Lodge Ho. 3 , Patriotic Toasts and Responco At the Banquet. An Eloquent Tribute to "Our Brother Who Host from Tflolr Labors Owing to the lateness of the hou at which the ceremonies of tlio quar lor centennial anniversary of Uapi tel Lodge No. a , A. F. & A M. closed on Thursday evening , i waa imponaiblo to make the account o the very interesting celebration com plcto , especially in rcapcct to tin toaats. These toaats were given after UK manner in vogue in England , which waa a now departure in this country , Being proposed by tlio toaat master the en tire ledge roao to their foot , . gave three chcora and drank the toaal in draughts of excellent lemonade. There waa but ono exception to this rule , in the caao of the toaat "Our brothers who rest from their labor1" , ' which was drank standing and in si lence. The Pro Idont of the United States. The legal head and adu er of this grnn and respected republic , defender of our rights , recognised by tliu ( .trong porter * and ptincipalitlta of the tnrth , anil Hup- xirU-rof the cnuoblliin1 initicljiles of I'reo Mnionry. 11 spuflo by flinging "America , " ' Ilai ! to tLo Chitf'rclc. Our Grand The embodiment of | iruireasf nf the emu lut in ) ; Bourco of iuteiiinLiici' , the x niniIoiH | upholder of law and order , and lie acki.owled ( d promoter all good worts. Keel ) IIBO by M" . W. 12 , K. Wnrren , Ciraiul Our Foator Tathor. the Gruna Lodro ( of I own. Notwithstanding our paternal relation hip ii foreiun , wu are not ( tunign birth , lor aliens , nlihoitgh uomp'lltd to take out nr firnt papera fiom thu contiguoUH juriu- lotion of lena wo aip Rrntifitd to know hat our fuml naturalirntion pai > era cini- luted from our own apiirtpi lately rccog- li cd authority. Ilenponse by T. S I'nrun , of Iowa. The Early Fathers of the Lodgo. 11'ionecrs in the advancement of civillzi- ion , faithful ioprcscntr.ti\es of the an- iit'ia and modern land nmrliH of our time honoud frateinitj , reepictcd for their early and riRoluto particifation in the cf- fe < tual uccompliBhtiifiit of our fraternal relation" ; foarleo chamiiioni of right , an I the undmtntid advocalix of tine prin- clplen. Uesponso by Alf. 1) . .Tones. The First uriuid Mustor. Keared in the Fchool ot general iutelll- gencc , thor.m lily educated in tlio princ - pies ai d work , of Free Mosourj , ho emi- united to the wiMs of Nebraska w hen hin knowledge , iudu try atul tcr\iceH were much required , gratefully received , nnd very highly appreciated , Response by 11. 0. Jordon Quarter Contonnlul Tribute to Capitol Ledge No. 3. Organised under numcroiH dillicultieH and iidveibo circuuistancei < , Instituted ith a Bparsenf'HS of ember hip , with \aritu-t niul clashing qualifications ; Huntaincd unil impro\eil by ilio uuergy , pvrtieVL-rancu i\nd intelligent of its Hccuniulatud , en lightened membership , until it hai reached the 7cmth of its lauduablo ambition , regu larity , honor , and popularity , unexcelled hy any of the sUta hrothereood. Jc3ponao ! by W. U. IJowcn. Our Neighbor Lotluos. Covert No. 11 , St. John's No. 2Q. Although technically separated , they heir a true fraternal rflatloiiahip that uniteB the trio in laudable and pleasant tiea of friendslii | ) , and places them under the paternal c refund protection , of the same grand authority. Uofponao bv the Masters , Hon. U , K , ( Joutant and JC. Ii. Curtcr. Our Brothers Who Rest From Their Labors , Whilst our depaiua Uioihers wore not of natural patcrnit } , they were fraternally our associated brothurj far whom wu had u true i-ymimtlieti s nifection. Their mitf ir- lunoit gave us Bndneea and aurrnw. and their prospoiity and hnppincsa filled UH with pleu-iue , an I dctciinined for us n happy repose. Kuripon-'Q hy GustaviiH Ste cnEOlll 1'ust Master of Nebnuka Ledge No. 1. Sadnesi tinges the theme ; yet it i re [ > leto with glowing eloquence. "All that are born must file , passing through time into eternity " TIu tongueH of brethren are luiBlied ; their nctnitita tilenctd Their liodiea are nUeiin | < , but the fruit of their lab -ra live. Their tomba me not voiceless ; they talk to us with august me'ody. ' They ire ming Ing with their native dust ; they lin\e tied the silent pathway to the unseen realm , They are re-solved into that cle ment , created by the wis.lom of the Supreme > premo ( irand Master as the sacred gate way lo fraternal immoitality. wo wonder , but in vain , why death Khoulo bo the successor of life. To lie is to tile. Inflexible philosophy. Death U tau lone channel to that higher life , spiritual and eternal. It id the will of the ( Ireat Anhltect ; we cannot decipher Ilia mystery ; wo caunot po e- trate into Hia thouglitH. Kent la uweot ccBsatlon. J aljor la uncurbed actixity. Our brothers are linked with both. Their Masonic faith was a tlrolcua energy , their aim the amelioration of humanity. They possessed power , employed noble forces , erected human \uitcti toucu nlong the varied paths of life , not built on mybtery , for th foiuenienco of the curious , but reared on truth , to illuminate t' ' > o world end benefit mankind. They mou ded the cup of thought and thfl thirsting lips of men were quenched. TJ beautifully liar- inonue conscience and science u the punincoof philosophy. Through their efforts it tthono and illuminated the earth. They educated morality and fulth hurst into full bloom ; their contempla tions ga\o birth to h tie , nmi the absolute became practir.il ; their devotion brought forth charity , and the world was redoleut ulth the rich Influence * of human love , Krutoinal wisdom wan a communion , sa cred and inspiring. The grand tupremo method wan to unite humanity ; humanity reflected Divine Philosophy ; philosophy became religion the religion of fraternity unit ( quality , Oh , what lessons ! Oh , what teachings * \ Vat a hi I Hant hoiUago "Our brother. " tuMiiu'.tthed to us , who now"ri8t friim their luh'iirt. ' " An innumerable host of "Our l.r . hern" are at jrest-they rest not In i , for they labored to make a world big tnerv intellectuality that could adorn purify It. They laid the "corner. nu1' for that human temple where the i.-dwelhug of the spiritual should be per- Mpetual , Wisdom shone through the 1 01 tli a powei ; for wisdom l power ; ntnngth nnd beauty Its dlgnifiers and sup. po.ters. . Our ret "lirothcrs ! " What a foruu of e\ents circled their pilgrimage. All the ages now rolled up , each gru > itated ilumt the Truth , like rtars about the light , Milhont clashing or collision , uml -\rry\\here Fraternity , cinctured with "iica\ea' brilliants. " crowned with celes- till splendors , will ever lUe and reign 4U reine. They rest from their labors Oh1 how much that rest Implies ; deaili u. . | the tomb ; activity , then silence ; force , hen inaction ; life , then death the former i i mediate ! th the period ; the latter end t2 < ! < with eternity. Truth pluck * tli tng ! from de.ith ; immortality pales th victory ( > f the crave. Wo cannot fathom the Infinite decree He fa alone in Hi majesty. Wo are hut 111 * "little children on the rhorc of the ocean of life. W jeer over the vast blue water * , and fa ! would ask he mi all sen-wave * playinc a our feet , what they are inurmurine ainon llic pebbles the mnwer from the lnvi IH ahorn is lost , like the bird of passigo wear ing the oued wthen , lUp'e > < ! and nilen \ \ e strain the eye across tli lung ctpan tn view the Inflid c , but nil , nil In vain We mwt roil content nnd he the "llttl children' with the pebhlci that have b.c branded , for we tire forbidden to erplor the hidden do.tli9 "f.od moves in a mysterioiii way , His wonder * to perform. He plants his fnoMeps in the wen , And rides upon the storm- ' It bu-atx , and n realm li vivid with light the light of His wisdom , nttcngth an beauty , encircled with the rich halo of il limitablt ) love , the bcnlficent love of th master. "Our brothers lestfrom their la org. " What A repose ! beautiful rest' : re t that weakens into a "Life of li ht. ' In this peri d we feast upon the gntherei fruit of their toll ; their work and the ! examples are enduring Let us cherisl tin in ; ntrivo to emulate them , and more earnestly strive to understand the problcn of lifp , the science of existence , with It. grand maxims , the duties of life which an more than life : "For 'tis not all of life to live , Nor all of death to d e , " They have tauglit us that lifcjs good lls existence gloriou" . The glory of al human virtue circles iU biow ; the bright ness of the aoul flhinea through its visibil ity Its thoughts fla-li abroad into the far bonndks" , the ImmeaBUrcable , the in finite ; for Into the great , dark , teeming Future , and become powers and influence ) through our trnii-mis-ion in other ages to ho unrolltd. Their philosophy ( caches us that life to the joftv-ruimltd and thovir- tuoii ! is the beginning i f heaven , the dawn of eternal JOJH. Ulessiugs rlrcle its birth , tiopc iiKpircs its do.ith , eternity expands its viiion , Iminoitality c owns its lulelity to truth. J.ilu , m to "our brotheis" at icstBtlll ietnain a Problem to us un solved. I s ciinttriictive Unlit is still the utisetn , un nalyzcd Illuminator. Science icceptH Imt lannot define it. 1'hilo-ophy H si cut mi all our effort to nnaly/e the tnprcRslon convejcd at once , to soul and tn'o by them , N , as if bendinp over n half- ilown rose and tovellitii ; in its intoxicat- ng perfume , w o fhould pull it asunder , uaflet by IcBlIot , the butter to display U bloom nd fragrance , yet , how other- vi'OHhould we disclose the wonders of its orniatinn or do any justice to the skill of , he ] ) ivno ! [ fund that hath thus fashioned t In i s be uty "Our Brothers who rest rom their Jjibow , ' * sowed not in vain , for , hev scatti-rcd brondcast all along their lathwny , the pro ific seeds of Truth to bo a'tiered by their posterity. Posterity till pather , and u ill continue to gather the ich fruit of their' wi dom ; building wiser ban wo know of th tt material for the 'Spiiituul Building" redolent with Irength. The "living etni es" shall grow u beauty and adorn it. The cyo and ear hall r < J > ice in the maivels of the Ancient > < tft. The new Hhall uuhold the old , \ lso oystcm vva cvcrradioutwith r.uth , 'ho ciyijtic ere al tin unbounded in liber- Ilty tlirough univeisal ISrotherhood. Fra- crnity and F m - litjinsjiired with vir- UB rcspienileiit vvitli love "and good will .owoni men" shall const nily reflect the mage of the creator and humanity become iud-iiko in deed" , woiks and nets : "Uur brother " builded wiser than they knew , The conscious st ties to beauty grew. We lack hut open eye nnd car , To find the ancient marvels here ; T'or still the new npho ds tlio old , In signs and tokens manifold , Thus wolcninhow man's true crijtic creeds Make Gods of men when Qod-like arc their deeds. Fratcis" " masons ! who grace this "ta,1 lee o ) /Le / , " rejol e. Let all rejoice with clad < iigs Ai-U loud hooannnhs to our God. 'Our brothers" havesolvtdthe preat pr > b- em , know the great pecret. ' 'The night a past ) iy cometh with the morrow. " lay tbo sweet eloquence of repoto ever cstlo with their athps ; may the grand BHults of their "work" bo as the "light1 lermeat ng the whole tarth with its elo- uent lays of good ; may gloiious sun- earns thine upon and keen forever qreen lie sacre t giavesof 'Our In others who eat Irom thtir labors. " The Tomolo Dul'dora. ' In * he good work of progre"s they are ot cou fined to the laudable enterprises of onstructini ; the appropriate scholastic ed- fice , nnd the beautifully apired temple of lie holy vvorhhlpers , but It n is come with- u their province to constant in architec- ural harmony , this buitahly arranged cmplo of htiiiev olence and charity , us a Mas mic monument of everlasting import- ncu to thu Interests of the brotheihood of nan. lto"pon o by I' . K. Long. This was milled owing to the absence of the [ leaker. Tbo MiiBonlo Pi 033. The medium through which all impor- autiutclliKt.ileo emenates tn brighten the itellect , to extend the darings of danger , ml the councils of Hfoty , and to largely xpodito the conveyance of desired nnd > reHiii ( ; inf nnation , much of which vould otherwise bo lost. ltespor.se by William I ! . Annin of TIIK Illl- The Proverbial Goat. It is not to be expected on this festive ccaslon to exhibit his goatship in an effort o climb the greased pole , nor expose to the ision of the multitudinous observers the lasooio grid iron brand. It is ot probable that this enjoyable sscmhlage will permit him to o closeted merely to deteU the inquisi- vcnoBs of the eves-dropper , orto discover IB ever-visible kejholo investigator , or to ratify those who think wo have secrets f \ftbt importance to the world. John J. M.incll , rho Past filastoraof Capitol Loclpro An the guiding ; stars in the firmament ea J the w.ijf. rer through the wilderress ith unerring diiectno , PO have our I'uHt Masters been the principal lights of the edge room and thu InuilcalhrH of Maroulc ntelligcnco nnd reiiuirements in the work , nd the the laws of the fraternity. Batit- actory advancement could not he accom- liehe I withuut the council , and nseiatanco if thouj whose popularity , and knawUdge iaro placed them in the front lanks of ' 'reenmhonry. Itesponse by Past Masters , England , the Grand Lodge of Origin ality. Whencu coinoat than , and whither art hou journevin ! ? . The living fountain of V. F. * t A .M. Division and union. 'hat which was ancient became 'modern , and that which WAS modern was desig- ifcted as ancient. It is left lo the learned and gifted brethren of this country of oure , as the Alma Mater , to exhibit Masonryin ts purity , and regularity. A 1 praise to Vmerican Masonrj , . llcjponse hyThos. Gibson. This toast vns also omitted owing to the absence of Mi. Gibson. The exercises did not terminate mill pbout 1 a. m. , but the hours lasat-d very quickly by and the "J\iblo Lodgo" waa certainly a great success. INSTALLATION. Interesting Allnlr at the U. O. L. A. itooma Last Night. The installation of the newly elected ollicera of the Union Catholic Library issuciation < ook place at their room a in Crcighton block lart evening , and was largely ollended. The stalled were n follows : Mr. John A. Creighton , president ; Mr. E. A. O'Brion ' , vice president ; The ? . .1. 1'itztnoriis , 2d vice prcst. ; Mr J. 0. English , secretary ; Mr. John Hush , treasurer ; Miss Stacia Crowley , libra- rian. rian.The The exercises were of a literary and musical character , and included an artistic piano solo by Miss Knti Quinn ; a song fiom Mr. Charles Me Donald , valedictory by Mr. Gibbons inaugural address by Prof , K. A O'Brien ; vocal solo by Miss Ida Gib son ; Boiif , ' by Miss Amelia Paschal , o Council I'lnlU ; B vocal quartette b Miss Katie G. Mclluijli , Miss Mami Hiloy , Mis * Nottio Burkloy , nnd Mis Katie McUugh ; address by Mr. A. E Campbell ; recitation by Miss E. 1 ] Shirley , and some of Hon. F. M McDonagh's best machine poetry which is always good. To FAKM-EIM OF NEIIHASKA. Thir ty thousand choice fence ( hardwood seven foot ) posts cheap , Ex-Mayo Vnughan , Council .Bluffs , Iowa. ie20-3t L > FANS CHEAP , BUSHMAN s Pic-Nie Hats 75c at the BOSTON STORE. Ch np sale of Ladies' Slippers ant Low Shoes nt ntFIEM FIEM\ : . CONNOLLY'S. U AdvcrtleomLT.t * lo Loin , Tor , Solo .out , Found , Wants lloardln ; , &c. , will bo In ertcd In thoiD columns once for THN CK > JTS > ar line ; och subsequent Insertion , Yl VHCKNTS or lino. The first Icuortlou navcr Icso th u TO LOAH MONt . \ ro.vt.Y TO LOMcaii MP. omccct D. J'L L. Thcimaa UojinB Crolirlilor. "VTO liOAft At b pel ccntlr t cct In nu J > , ol f2F i rd pmude , for 3 to B jcare , oa Gr-i ! rra c'.tj ud rn jiropcrtj. r.BMiH Hi - . KSTATI nd < > n-rr i' , < h -i 1 li" iMn * i \7"ANTEIl Lhniubcrini'd , wages Sl.OO. Ap \ V 1'1 ' > 2iiU street , two uoors touth of Dav 1-crt. C37-II .T/'ANTED Olrl for illnlng-room at north- V > unntcornir Capitol ao nnd l"lli streets. ATrANTElV--T the House. - - o girlaat CVmhi W 013 H % / AMEU Girl. Miquito 1418 i-oilge Btrcct. \T 0(7-1 TT ANTFD A RooJ s'rons clrl for pcncral \ V et. ] n Rli WANTHD In am-ll utility , 1221 north U' inth Blreit. l,2S-l' \7 ANTKII-A ccirfirtnMc ho W Incituil , v\itli n\n trsiv r onu : no ih I- mi Addro t Hoiuc-I' . O. llox Ml. 025-M . TTANTH ) Afctropy , c\p rknteil viommito k V Knvo Omahaivximrw for t \oun. . chll- rcn , Go-d ua cs paid. Apply at toutli cast orncr 21th and Doilifc struts , at once. 0'4- ' TANTe.1 - A first ens ! ) past 1 cooK , at the Conimrrcial Hotel , Llmoln , eb. , ( rood aseinrd ntt ad } jjb None but tlr tehss eed appl > . Adle-H llc-.d ( 'ook , Commcri-tnl ctcl , Unco n Neb. l > 23'3 TTANTED A Dinlsh or Ccruan girl for IV housowoik AipIyOmiln llaki-ij , 610 Oth St. 5JU Bt TTANTED Woman look n d dinlrjrTODin /V / plri. Appl ) > t Mr * . Jeniiitnan. 14th st. etwecn D d'e , an 1 Capitol ave. 03' 1' . , . "ANTED Situation Ijy a pr ctlci engineer W v ho has hail 21 jtara e\oi"i n-u , hain nil set of looln , and enn ( U repiirinp o engine : nd boiler. Inquire at OC6 , ! > u 8tiujCourcll lutf' , rratV. . II. Lnnjon , 10th acd Cjllftr ii reet , Omaha. 023 1 * TTA\TKI > & competent girl for pcnpral r'V ' houteuork in n i-ma 1 fnmilnt 1510 omoBtr.et , be'ween ICth ind 10 h , 02'-tf ' \7ASTr.U A girl fjr gereril hou eworx. ( V mustboagooJ cook Belucon 21stand 2nd Cl logo street , north fid . 018 Ot MKS. I ) V. Ton/Am. TfTANTFIJ Flvo liunilrtd laborers for work r'V on I h eazo M Uau-oo A. &t. Paul U. It. : c.iilyvork nil seat-on. Wages $1,60 per da } pplv nt nnvineer'a ofllr . room fi , Merit n' o k , Ccimiil li.ufla. bfl * cUHSK r.s.dent . giiieer. Jui C28-14 ' ) T o or tl.rco rooms BU tihlo fo yAN'ftl ivia u ollkr. Adduhd Dr. I' rlei , eu olbee. MO-tf TTANTKI ) A gord eooV , a ttortnn pr ferred /V / r.l o chambeinm'd ' Ci ult Hi lie , t-cur ivcrnmen Curr.ill. (5J041) ( ) llcU V. TT IjL Ventilated furniihcd or unfurnished r > roouu to rent , nl cincr cf 14 h uud iicijo. 440 tf ; Ten teams to work on Florence i WANTIJU . V\ age S3 50 per ilay 377 tf Ml'iuiii ' : i VI A A MEN VVANThD At FJorcnee Cut-Off , \l\l iilno mllcd H'rth of OTt uln. Wajoa .76 per day. MITCHELL VINOKNT. SITUATIONS WANTED "TTANTED By gentleman nnd wife , ono or i\ two largoalr ) nndn'eelroomsfurniuhcd nilboird , miiit be first class In every respect id In good locility. AdJrcBd K. A. 1' . this lice. 2tt \ TAN TED The } cling lady latsl } from ( V Brcokljnho cilktl at 210 north 23rd reel , tn call again fi'JI-tl MICELLANEOU8 WANTS. TrAKT3 TO KENT A good cash rcn1 or dc | V s res to rent a ( null house of frcm three o Ilio rooms for fainlH of two onlv. Leave word r"M II. , " lice Ullce. ' 041-tf /"ANTKU 600 privy vau.t , sinks And coal i pools to clean ulth Sanitary Vault and nK Cleaner , the boat In use. A. Kvana & Co. , liiM DodL'Q Btrcct. Omaha , _ FOR RENT HOUQEO AND LAND. J10H HENT Furnltlud rooms forll ht roiike keeping. ? 16.00 a month. 221V California rcct ( Os tl 1WU Kl HMbllf.ti south rooms lot rout , d J W. corner Iflth ami IXuemmrt. .iOfl-tf 71011 BKNT-Hoarding h ustell ftirnMiid. ' Imiulro 10J lOthmrt'ct.aUo J rcorosattlio orutrot lith and lOLUs ( ; btreoi. Inquire on rcinlie UlStf T7O11 UEXT-To un-all familv hou o of n\o > rooms , ploiiautl ) lo ated , iloietaand rclUr o. , watir Iu kltehun , $ < 0por month , 01M TIOll Bl'.NT. Kiirnlihed rooms , eu tuito or ' tlnB'e ! , ginilfiutn pr fcried. blO Howard t beUceii btll and Oth D70 Ut 110 RENT-Iakcr ) , th tool * . In the tTTtTft } I town of Cirson ; 110 opposition nianr than iThtein and tlil.t } fUe alles Appl ) to. I. .Ichardt. Cnra-n. la _ _ 81 * 7\OU \ KENT -FurnlilicU front room with board. IJJUf ' 7OU ( HiSTCottage : , slv rooms , iiorttvvcet J e'crucr Da < enjoit ttiiu 8ttli. 032-1 7\OU \ HFNT-TwonkM furnished 10 UH , a U. [ eorncr Chicago and 17th .trcc'n , Ii quire u jin inl-i-8. J.efcrcncc jlv n and required , t9-l or t o con.ljrti.blo rooms with board , ONE wife : 111 ehlluten. H t of ifvtcnce AdilriM Jiox Sb711 O 120-if KENT ItooniK Ko 0 anil 7 in Odd Fillowu r Block , Inquire at 100111X0 8. 61830 rU'RNHHED HOOM3 TO UBNl-In L1 family , ti gentleman uita rcterciioo. W S ) od.-o 6tr t , belmtnlSlhttud Hth. C tl LET Furnliluii room , with toird. 1808 11 Calltonil > Hreet. _ tOM . AIlNiO : KENT-N , K , corner 10th .and B ' REST-Furtlshtd room , 1723 DoajlM FOR IlEST PlM nitly futnUhel room , 117 Soutli 17th street , one door north ol Don ? 1M. 850 TTlUIlNISHnTr RfJo"JIS vrithln' ' two blrcXs JL1 south a t of Withno'l ' House. 1407 How ard etreit , betvcrn 14th nnd ISth. 013 tf rilAKn.V UP 13y the llodcr Igicd , In Weil J. Omaha , ono ba/ mate , about ten (10) ( ) } fin old , with n bnnl , the litter I ) , on left shoulder , with A horizontal line above lh.9 let ter I > 1) . 0 fcfTI 1IRV. JuncSn , ] ? 82. Jyt-dcv-satfit I7IOK HUNT. Two new dopant hou e . In- L 4iilre | at I'Merson's Clothing s ore , mar II. 1' . I > e ] > t , i ( > 2 tf FO1 HUNT. Howe with SPVOII room . Ap > ph to James Stockdile 25.Ii and C'llcaijo streets. ts 30 ( B HOUSE ? roHUENTSm ll and hrgc , two to twclte roe i s each ; ono or tno new oncs ltli iv'l modern cnnvcuicncc' . One of 12 rnoniB , enltablo for boarding and room renting , Kthind Douglasats. I1EMH , Aceut. ] e-231f 16th and " ( . Hi " rpHE".OWErAHM UsE-Wth 50acres L of land beautifully located on Cumins Bt , short distance west cf Jlilltarj bridge , and ft rcct car line , IlEilIS' , J21-tf Agent , 16th and loulas Sts. FOll ItENT-Nlcely furnished room , nt No. 1004 Dodge street. Koagouablo prico. fcfS-2't .1011 HfcN l bo. 71 * M. 14th street. . U o JL ? ing houfc , contnln'iijf ilx roomi , pantr and ccllnr. Enquire of OR. I'KAI10t > y , 860-4 1407 Jones street OII nEM1- Acer } homo of 4 rooms , cellar , clste-rn nnd wc.l. Knqtilro on promises , 1813 IhtMj street 624-if KOOMIOIl HUNT Flr IHrr , KMlth frcnt , ilzil4xl4 feet- newly fiirmihot- suitable ' . 'r two gentlcircn , a. N. IV , comer 17th and . Cillfornltstro U _ . ) n2-tt EOU IttNT Tour rorms iu Ublo for man and wife , comer 18ih and Izard ittcct , C 4tf t IUNT : A rdccly fur l < lic < l room at J416 JL1 Chicago street , between i4th and 15th. C7Q-tf ] T\Oll \ uhNl TV.O niecly furnlslictl rooms , low JL1 prices , brick bouso 1013 toss str.ct. 3s2-tf \TIOELY FUIINMSIIH > IIOOMS-OHO door 1 > north of Dod o on Ifcth , 671-29) ) I71UII ithr < r un Juh 1st , brLk store , with 01 JL ? wlthoutccllar Ii quire utDrm Hiore , cor. ncr 10th and Llouglag s'i . 620-lf J70n BKNT J farnimca ro'j.m ever ! r ' iMots * ITKnbsrirc.K. K : * . ICth tnd Dcd ? Ctrootfl. _ 2S' | tf FOR SK.NT Wleoiy : unn hoa roomi ) with M without bOirJ. Rotoounbla prlcer. 9013 - ' = BALE OKSALK lullitjtalidi.utt.kii 11 i 10 10.1111 IJ 1 pltasa t locatiou on C.i I nl llill. Oti'can anJ onf58 > terms. AHDHKW I1C\'INS , 036-1 Attorctj , Bojd's I'rcra lie use. TTIORSALU Aeooilpajln.jbinliio'is. H.JIinn- JSJ wtiler , llth ttrcc : , near Farnam. OllSt * FOll SALE I'lno IniBtfy and harness thcap. A. Ilo.pc , 101U DoJsc. iu2JU FOll PAI.E An elglit year o'd marc , i-cnt c , iord Ina'dille or harnc s. Das been dihcn tij a ladj for four > iars. Applj t3 Jlr. CSnv , Kara- EIJ'attain C21-3) ) & \tE Xtatc-jttn.oln - slpthtly kcatlon , EOHtE near lir M ntli IKH.onlj SUCK ) 010-tf JIcCAQUi : , oppos te c DLAirilFUL lAMS-BUxIDO feet inch In SIX Hanteom I luce on street cir line Itcst Iota Inhole aildlticn on verj ir.n t rms and at a threat bargain. Ui'.Mis'nser.t , 15 h ivnd DonslM Btrceta JK'tf F SAIjK Crttiifo WT h blx rooms , well , 1 cistern and til cornenionccB Ir quire at D21 lOihetnct , between California and VVeUttr. 47J-30I SALII A cottogo of three rooms nTth FOll tl eif NIchchH lictnicn 15th a d 1C h. Inqul c VMtbln. (4 ( 2 If ) DAVIDOI3tTh.Y. iriUU t-Al.h I lie business nnd fixtures ofn lint A ; class irtnt niarUct in Central Iiehraska Ittst location ; nest aush trade In tliccitj. Kcason lor selling , for health. Address Butcher , Boo olllce. Sa7-lm HU SOLD C9 = aerp in J'olK county MUST Jfi.OPO. Inquire of J 11. Kinman I'ostollice , llisiiig City , Itutler tountyf eb. \i J31-lm _ ' 1'tOPEHTY KOU 8ALC At a Sl'LENDIIl , otic lar e brick house , en I ono Inr o frame hou \sithfuli I it o i ( aen ne rl5 h tro t. Miioeh uiefonriv 'tmcnt , rent f rS70 Lcr in. nth. C ll fur fuil part.culars , on DEMIS , 009-tf Acen > , ICtli n-d Ucun'Us * tb. SAI/I" . Team. II mess ami wa on. In quire tt Doran House , Farnaui bt 6tS If \ S UK ST Cottages nnd su all hou c ? ; part SA\ OAII ng alot orwho o\\n the liano o , jv < ir , aid who desire to hutld a hinc thtrcon- ut is > f < ho fundH , cill rn A. D. 'lultoii , at of- /m liucfOrlf & Montgomery , ovur Ouialn Na Joiallank. 071-tf OTUL , 1OK HANK. Tfto Arlington II. use t irsse ass ; all furnishcJ Th' onli * hotel n town. Tlio ehcapc > < t propc tv tn the uUto. Ilasa'l ' thsira\eling m \Vllboto1dehiapoi crnstotult. Knqulroofi : Fu > c , proprietor , \rllngton , Winnln0't n county , Neb. CB3 tt SAI.B Ilorac , bu gy and hirne'H. Ap- FOll it Htenlicnson'j CiiV.ol at cnue IJa r % iiUJ-tf ' bb Itcataurai t on a ntll tr.rcleit Btrcet. H. HANNWEILKU , 231-tf ll < h t-tru t , near Farnarn. T710U BALE The POl'ULAIt HOTEL , known i1 na the HOYS' IIOilK. This house Is co--- rall > located , has HOU h and cast front , and Is lurronndcd w th fine thadotrcca ; contilnathirty ccping rooms , ban ice hou e. laundry , sample oem , &c. Hai a world w do reputation and a letturpatronrgo than man ) hoiu.'a of twice IU Price $5,000 For rurtleulars ad. Ircss , A. A. SAWDKY , Hcd Cloud , Aeb.Efrttf Efrt-tf nVOH SALU Or will eiclia t ' > ° 'or Omaha pn 1 : potty , an Improved HOC on ol Ivid adjoin- ann atatfon on U. i' . P. . n. M. UUHIIAM. 11J 'araham St. , Omaha. 1.u Pn t BICK FOll L'ALL. B L'ALL.K3TABIIOOK 6 COK. ) HAY At A. U. Binder' Fuud Hto BALKL . ulO-tl 'D A pair of boot' . Inquire at moit FOP S VV. cor 13th nJd Chicago st. Ut WKAVEH , FanMonable dresunaktr 010 MIIS . 10th York'i lug h } model , OlB-tf BDWAED 5UEHL UAUIfaTER OF VALJIVfiTERY ANB ( CONDI 1'IONALIST , 403 Tonsil Rtfi et , br'woen Furnwi , mdllaiuev. Will , vrtt.7 tnu ld of K' . * " " " I Irlta. obtain for noy om < t jrunco r. ) the i > cl ir.J present , and 1:1 eci'.j - > i.ciiJ < ttc u ' .n < t fu. lure. liootii ndtiiooH : uiM to JIQCI. Absolutely Pure. Ihli powder never varlci. A marvel ot p if , strength and wholetomrneii * . Mora ecooo ndc I than the ordinary kinds , and cannot ba told In competition with the multitude ofl ow test , short weight , alum or phosphate powdtil bold only In cans. RoTAtUi&isa PoWDU CO- , OW B . , New York'