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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA THURSDAY JULY 13 , 18 . ,
The Daily Bee.
Thura nv Morninu July 13.
OMAHA.
Wenthor Kcport.
( i'he following oWrvallon arc UVrn
the name moment of tlmoat all the utatlo
niktneil. )
WAR DKFAnTSF.XT ( , U. 8 , SIONA1. SMI.
VICK , OMAHA , July 12,1882. (1:45 ( | .m.
Hlvcr lOltct 2 Irrhrs nboto low w lcr mirk >
Omtha nd 8 feel 2 Inches t Yankton.
BKI3VITIES.
-J. M. 1'atteo has closed up hln lal
lery and goes cast where the liwii are lew
stringent.
The tro t railway has been double
trncko I on Fifteenth between Dodgeauc
Douglas.
The funeral Bcrvlccs of the late Annie ,
wifa of W. II. Buruham , took ] > 'aco nt I
p. m. yesterday.
The coming gnmo between the U. P.
and Council HlufTx nine * I * all the talk
now on both Mtten of the river.
Another llttlo Ocnnan band U getting
In its work on the tympanums of music
And beer loving Ouuliaiis ,
The new match factory in wmking
fifteen hands and turning out one hundred
and fifty tr as of matches per day ,
The telegraphers of Council IlufT
liavo ittucd a thullcngo to those of this
city to play n mutch game of bane ball.
It l claimed that the fait mail sys-
torn will be inaugurated by AuguHt lt ,
the Wabasli carrying the mail to the Min-
nouri.
A horse fell oil the embankment on
Twentieth fltrect , between I'acllia aii'l
Pierce , Tuesday morning uml broke its
neck.
The contract for grading I'ariiain
street , between Twentieth and Twcnl > -
I'uurth , lias keen let to Mr. Uobitmon ut
llij cents per yard.
The Denver prc'n oxcuri-iiin pifHed
through Lincoln and I'lattmnouth > *
lerday en route to Chicago. Will
Vlsscher was actitig a3 chaperon.
Mr. T. J. Potter , general manager ol
the Burlington , left Chicago Monday on n
tour of Inspection over the linen of hU
road. Ho will cxtoud his trip m far went
ns Demcr.
During the patt two weeks the 11. &
M. folk * have rcceiv.d eight now passen
ger engines. Juat now they are engaged
in pulling freight trains in order that they
may ho limbered up.
Constable O.V , Kdgerton has missed
his vocation aud an accompltthcd law ) ei
has been spoiled In a first-class constable
Looking in his olflco yesterday we noticce
two beautiful homo mottoes that will gt
amonc the adornmenta of his comfortable
homo. /
Mr. I ) , ICaufmann , with Max Mcyoi
& Co. , was eurprifcod Tuesday by a partj
of bin friends , It being his twenty-eighth
"birthday anniversary , and the BX months' '
anniversary of his marriage , The alfati
was most enjoyable , ( x d did not terminate
till after midnight.
Next Saturday week a party of younn
railroad men of this city are going on u
tour t i the famous tUh lanes In Wyoming
in the rocky mountains. The party cum
prises McH ra. Harry 1'onnlnrd , Cliurloi
lloull , Warren Yates , .T. W. llcall. Uryur
Knyder and J. Window.
Gen. Bhoridan and Htulf and Itoberl
Lincoln , toerotury of war , and n party oi
fifteen other gentlemen , will pans throng )
Omaha on the Sifilli , en route to Greet
lUvur , whence th y will tuko relays uiu
go to Furt Wu hakio ami thoncu to tin
Yellowstone i ntl nal park , leturning bj
way of the Northern Pacific rallwuy.
The now cxtention of thu U. , 1) . k Q ,
railway from HaatingH to Denver , In n
model of smoothncaa for n new road. II
is built across an ulmott level plain , In
which there is but llttlo cutting aud filling ,
With the work that will bo put on It at
once , It will only be a short time before it
will bo th Binotliwt nd easiest toad tn
ride over In the west. Stuto Journal ,
"In memory of our city lathers. He
couldn't tjwlm , " is the rather ungramnmtl-
cal but oxpresalvo oplta h placed abovu n
mud hole in front of Cretghton block. Tlio
feet of a pair of boots ure revn projecting
from the miry ween , nndthe supposition It
the local legldutor was flung In at the close
of last night's sesafon of the council by In.
dlgn < nt citizens.
Councilman Baker presented some re-
ruarkable figures to the city council yes
terday and offered five dollars rewind to
any one who could tucceeofully challenge
their correctness Councilman Thraue no'
cepted the challenge but Mr , Uaker saved
his money through the intervention of
President Herman who forbid any further
proceedings in the council chamber.
The Platte Journal nays ; "A young
co'ored woman , working at the European
restaurant , yesterday became the mother
of a lusty colored baby , whose father in a
married ueutleium of color of Omaha ,
Some two weeks since the young woman
visited Omaha and created unite a stir
among the darker society of the city , mid
succeeded in bringing the author of her
present predicament to tmnie natUfactory
pecuniary terms , Uoth mother aud child
ant reported as doing will , "
The river improvements ut 1'lutU.
mouth have cloned for the neuhon on ac
count of non-appropriations ,
Ruth , llebtkah Degree Lodge No 1 ,
I , O , O , K , meets this ovenln ,
Thursday , July 13th , at 8 o'clock. John
JSvanv , K. G ,
Quite a pleasant little dancing party
was held in the Tivoli gardens last night
The affair was organized by Messrs. Mur
phy , OToole , Reiser and McDonald , who
j > roved to be excellent manager ? , and a
most enjoyable ftoning wan iipcnt by
present The liavarian band Mipplic
the mu'tc.
.TuliisThlde , anistcd by the 15ava
ian band , will g ve n Brand "pn Air fn
concert on Capitol Hill on Saturday eve
Ing from 0 to T o'clock ,
The freight and | avenger sUtlotlc
dcpar monti'f ' the H. A , M. nllrovl lim
removed fiom the he dipuricrs on Ten' '
and Karnatn n'rcelc , and are now locate
in t-ie fourth utory of the Kovfrnmpi
building recently creeled on 1 iwcr Farnui
htreet.
All person * deitrinj } t ) attend tl
Chrifitlin Sunday nchool picnic at tl
park , a the expense of the school , mu
be at Masonic hall this morning i
9 oclock prompt.
-A tcrrifio h.iil florin struck Haitln ;
Tucuday , doing an Itntncnxn amount r
dainigo. Cropa are doubtle * rnlnet
The txtcnt nf the storm Is not known i
this writing.
A gentleman from Detroit , Mich. ,
allowing n new fminlnln grnvo cnuloMii
on the corner of Thirteenth and Knmhaii
It i * both durable ami nrnamcrita , and I
quite a novelty in grave dtcoratlons.
.V party of sovfn Nebraska peopl
sailed for KnroH | ) recently on the otcatnc
Indiana , the ono in which Gen. ( trim
stllrd fr in thu Ui.ltcd Stntoi when li
made his trip around the world. Tin
tickets amounted to Sl.UIO.
The m > st outrage ! ua pirco of titled I
Omaha li tint portion of Fift-onth be
twccn Dodge and Donglan , which th
street ct > mmi > | M < > ner hai been ordered ti
put In piiRpnlilo condition , It i < a chilli
of mud luken and chuck liokM that wouh
ilo credit to an Illinois praiilo town ii
larlyrpring. An apprrciativo gcniui ha
i.i'ck ut > n placard In ono of Ilia puddle
labelled "Union Pacific Transfer. "
A FUUBcrlber requcats into imbllsh tin
following : "Hi tcl raid boarding lions- -
keepers will do well to look out fur 0111
[ ' 'rtuik Wood , a tailnr at d mu > icai ! > , pup
jiosed to have gone to Omaha fiotn Hum )
Uity , leaving his board bill and other mat
ters unpaid. Hoi * a finall man , of red
linn complexion and smooth face ; hair cul
ihort all over. Other papeis will pleum
: opy. "
opy.Dr. . II. W. Hyde , ono of Om din's be l
ind moat Miccesaful phHlciana is rrjoi lnj
iver the advent of his first horn , n boy ,
vlio waa ushered into this world ( in Sinr
1 iy morning last. The mother nnd child
ire doing well , and the doctor's Kiinnj
imilo has reached the meridian and bcium
m idl aliho. If the buy fnllowK in his fa ,
her's fnot-Ktcps thi ) country wlil OHO tin
lector 11 debt ot gra i'lido for adding to hei
lumber of lr : t-cli-n : , Hit ful citizens
Judge ISenekn was able to prc-iido in
.lie police court again yc.iturd.iy nnd
llspenncd the favors of the blind ynddut'f
n his UHtial clc.ir-rightt'd manner. One
Irnnk was dlhcharged and another he d
'or examination. An Individual arrested
'or carrying concealed weapons pall $1(1 (
tnd coHts. AmolU Lewis was cent up for
fifteen days for fit'liting with Mnry Kear-
icy. Theio were other cuhen , moi.tioncd
nero in detail elsewhere ,
Mr. Charles S. Hunt , who is sole ngent
In this city lor Hawthorns' Centennial
Kxuolslor Hoof Paint , Id doing a rattling
; oed burtinoin , as ho handliM an nrtli lo that
hai no equal in the market , OH is proven
by the testimony of the leading bunkers ,
merchants and butdnefw men from Malm
to California. His headquarters are stil
atW. . ) . Whittmoii'o's Sixteenth ftreel
drug store , where customerit may loavc
urdera. Wi dASattf
The committee on public fountains , ol
the Humane Society , had a meeting yesttr <
Juy at the olllco of Preai 'cnt Kennedy. A
largo number of cuts of drlnklm : fountain :
were examined and discussed , the commit
tee finally deciding upon a very handsome
nno with a lamp-pott , which they have or
Jorad josterday through Mr. A. L. Strung ,
which gentleman contributes 315 toward *
the purchase prke , In addition to his com-
mis-loiiH , Thocnstof the fountain is $120
It will he erected on Fifteenth Htieet in
frcnt ut Schrotcr k Heclil'j dm < ntoro. Tlic
nt'Xt one ordered will probably be placed
at the corner of Tenth anil Farnam.
"Twenty D , < yc ; or , UnfCdo lii'H | | Poor-
nge , " is thu narnu of the Hon. Win. K ,
Cody's nov play. lUiffulo Hill I * thinking
of nn Iininenua pchomu which will bo en
tirely out of the prudent uiiinpenient line ,
Ho propose * next year to visit Kuropo nnd
take with him about twenty gonuiuo In
diaiiH , as many Mexicans nnd cowhoyr ,
who are proliclent with the UDEO , and r
herd of buffalo. With these ho will give
oxhibltions in an amphitheater. The In-
ilaus and Mexicans will Indulge in a sham
Imtt.e , and the Mexicans and cowboys will
ihow their skill in lassoing the buffjlo
while seated astride their homes , Kx ,
Eatiito TnuiBfurB.
John L. McCuguo , roalo atiito ngont
id ciinvuyunour , rupjrls that tlio iol-
owinir doodB were rccoivod lor ruoord
it the county clurk'a ollloo on Tnusduy.
Inly 11 :
K. V. Smith to William Don , lota 1
mil 2 , block 1 ! ) , E. V. Smith's add. ,
15. II , Muck lo John lloinrich. the
i. J of lot -1(1 ( , A. Kounluu'a add. ,
? t > i > 0.
John A , Swobo , guardian , to Frank
Murphy , undivided J of lot 8 , block
5 , Credit Fonder , § 600.
Frank Murphy to John A. Swobo ,
ami' , ij. o. d ,
Win. MoCandlisli to Ilulon M. Ilnll ,
tart of aouth half of lola 11) and 80
lodick's addition , $3,000.
Hey Mcluro to Jumna Gilbert , lot
, block 250 , $32B.
W. Sainuul , iniutor coinmiestoner to
Jarbara Popponbei gor , thu nA of BI- |
if icotinn ID , towinhii ) 12 , $5l 5.
A. KuiintKo to A. Johnson , Jot 9 ,
lock 8 , Konntzo & Jluth's addition
! 500 ,
Tlio Qroiit TtirouRU Lino.
On and aftur Monday July 3rd ,
ramn will run botwftm Omahn , St.
losuplj , Atchison , Leu vun worth ,
VUIIBUH Oily , and all points in Texan.
> t Luum and tlio east as fnllona :
Leave Onmlm at 7:10 : a. in. , and
lor : > p. in. daily , Omaha tinif. Olosu
onnoctions made with all i-astcrn ,
outhorn and southweHtorn roads at all
I the above mentioned imints. I'ull-
nan aleoperis on niyht trains. For
nforination and lidnits imply to J.
JELL , Ticket Agent U. P dVpot.
0. II. FOOTK , City Ticket Agent or
' , W. CHOWK , City Passenger Agent.
jy&ui&o-tf
MIGHTILY MESMERISED.
An Entorprtalng Citlzon Dccomcs
Victim of f.U'smerlc Influences.
At tbc urprifo priy held on Tile
el y nt Mr Divid Ktufmst n'a rcn
loiicu , considerable amuai'inont wj
created by the nu stnonc { icrformnnci
of Mr. D Silvcrstoin , which wci
rortainly of nn nfttonitliing nnlun
Amoiit ; the nurtjocta worktd upu
most effective ) } WHS our gotiial citizc
Mr. Sam H.ii i'z , When the guca
had nil But down to thu dninty npron
prepared by the host , suddenly it w <
noticed by eovotnl of the Ltdie
present that somutliinf , ' WAS ( . ' (
ing wrong tcith Mr. Uaawitx li
dropped hm knife and fork and stare
about in a wild and uuaccountnhl
inatiiier , and UICTO WAS n peculin
dazed fxprcsaion on hin UAUiilly br > ih {
counluimncii. It was soon dhcovere
that ho hiid cuccninbod to the subtl
influoncu I'XeruifiLd by thu tncstntTmt
nnd the next t'lin to bo done was t
restore him thin prcstino atatu
After oortnin mysterious operation
carried on by thu mentor of the cabal
istic nrt there ) > Hati | to dawn in th
victim's you signs of riiturninir con
iciouiiicsd , and it is now alleged tha
bo has BO fur recovered M to bo abli
Lo rccogmV.o liia own feature
in a looking glans. The peculiar ex
[ iroaairin nlluete'd ' to , however , has no
quito le > ft him nnil it may bo aovora
days before liu regnins the full possoa
aiiiii of his montiil fueultius. Severn
of the ladies who were pruamit wen
ilso more or luxa clFictud by mea
n rio charmi-r , but the c'lFi-cta upoi
thi'iii t'i ' 1 aheiw thcmaelvea in such i
xjeitivo way.
PLEASANT PICNIC.
ThoCioalnff BxcrciHco of School Die
trlct No. D.
The school in Diatrict No. 5 , Sarp ;
county , closed on Friday , July.7 , will
n picnic given by the teacher , Mia ;
Mury A. Smith.
The first part of the day waa apon
n the grove , nenr the school house ,
winus , hummocks and gAines boinu
n order untill 2 o'clock p. m. , whci
ho call to dinner summoned aonn
evonty-livo people to the tublo whicl
literally groaned with "xoodiea. "
After deiiixr full juhtico to the \vnnti
of the inner man the c unpaiiy ail
journed to the school house , and f.u
aoiiH ) two lioura were ontertaini'd will
a variety of Boiipw , diiilogiuis und re
BitutioiiH , the mnnner eif rendering
which rith'ctt'd yiuat credit upon both
toucher and school.
Te > any that wu v/oro pleased witli
the upprur.muo of the tchool , wonlu
but fui tly 1'XprenH our upprobation ,
ill id wo fed I euro thut MIP.I Smith , HE
11 teacher of youth , is the riht ; ; person -
son in the ri ht place , for oho bringr
to her work earnestness and onthutii-
ism , thiu en urir/g snccusa ,
VISITOU.
3VIABKIED.
WIIITINQSILHKUTHugh C.Whit
ing , of Indianapolid , Ind. , to Mi < s Maj
SUhnrt , of Ch cago. Ill , , July 12th , 1882 ,
by Justice Clmlea ISrandes.
DIBD.
THOMPSON-Of cholera infantum , in
font SDH of Hugh and .Nellie Tuoicpson ,
age D months.
Funeral will t Ve place to-niorrjwinorn'
Ing at 10 o'clock from 1010 Capital avenue ,
Frienis uro all invited.
MURPHY -In thiflj city , July 12th , nt-1
a. MI. , Kutie , tlio daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jnry Murphy , a ed tenmonthB.
Funeral will take place to-morrow , Julj
13th , at 2 p. m. , from the residence of tin
p.irunts , corner of 10th and Davenport ,
Interment at thu Holy Sepulchor.
ANOTHER YOUNG COUPLE.
o of Mr. JIIHOII B. Lowla tc
Mius Junnlo Poyton.
At the residence of the bride's
pronto , 171 ! ) Caas atrcot , Tuesday
Mr. J. 11. Lowia and Jlisa Jennie
i'oyton were married by Itov. .1. W
Stewart , of the First M. E. church.
The ceremony was entirely private ,
only the near relatives of the parties
being prosont. Afterwards the
company eat down to an elegant
toast , after which Mr. and Mrs.
Lowia withdrew to their own resi
lience , which had boon prepared for
their occupancy.
Mr. Lowia and his bride are both
well known , having lived hero ainco
they tvoro children. Jason is one of
the stand-by "prints" of Tin ; BKK ,
tvhilo the young lady whom ho has
3hoaon for a lifo partner in well known
n a lar o circlo. TJIK liii ; : wishes
ihein unbejundt'd happiness and pros-
jority , which they will got if "Jabe/ "
ciniwa IiiuuL'lf , "and ho thii.ko ho
lees , "
A BELLIGERENT BEAUTY.
ytirrlo Mullen Holds an Evening
Mutluoo In Front of Hubor-
nmnn'tj.
A aonsa ica was created early Tuen-
lay in iho vicinity of Douglas ai d
. 'liirtoonth streets , by : i young lady
rhiwo reputation i ] not entirely spot ,
ess , who attacked n young nmn
imnod Ed. Hondowhot. It sooius
liat some trouble had occurred bo-
woon these parties in Council Uluil's
ovcral wocka ago , nnd Mr. Homier-
hot loft that city in fear of his Jiff ,
nd came hero , wlu-ro ho has
locn connected with the
porting fraternity , lie was followed
o this city by Mias Mullen , who met
inn Tuesday und exclaimed when
ho caught sight uf him , "Thero is the
nan J want to ace. " She followed this
ip with a few motions us if to attack
um , which frightened him , and his
rioiida seizing her by the arm , Police-
nan Jacobsoii was called and took her
p the city jail , whore she surren-
Icred B billy which the had
ipon her person and which
ms probably intended to bo used in
> unishing lur victim. The case came
pbeforo Judge Boneko yesterday
upon a charge of disturbing the pencf
Lion. E. M. D.-utlott appeared for 111
diifondant. The woman testified thr
fiho hud met this man in D.ccmbc
laU , nnd that ho had been her noli
nmn nnd had borrowed money fret
her , which ho had never repaid , Th.i
instead of her following him , as i
was claimed , ho had followe
her , and upon meal in
htm Tuesday niuht aha ha
made the demonstration alluded t
niLrt'ly for the purpose of frightotiin
him. The judge , however , did no
consider this as any excuse and fine
her $10 and costa , which aho loft th
court room to Mint up ,
Miaa Mullen is a remarkably level ;
woman , with soft languishing eyci
regular foaturon , and has the appeal
mice of hninu much above her preson
life. Hho also looks likca woman tha
would be very dangerous if arouaci
nnd would undoubtedly niako it un
pleasant for any man with whom ah
miuht happen to be ut outs. Ilcndor
shot is a , very gentlemonly nppoarinj
fellow but from the woman's story ha
rather iitnorcd her charms , which ap
pears to bu hm principal fault.
HEBE < iS CORPUS.
A Deacoueiant of Pnter Pntral li
Trouble.
The county court is the only loga
mill now running in this city , and tin
numborof important cases therein i :
not largo.
Yesterday Judio ; Chadwick had i
habeas corpus case in the matter ol
The State va. Phinoas Washington
thu dotondant being charged witli
grand larceny in stealing 125 cordi
of woud and covoral hundred posts ,
the property of Tom M urray ,
who appeared aa the prosecut'
ing witness. The coao orig' '
inally was brought before Judge
Lipptfncott , who held the defendant
to bail in the aum of S700 , in default
of which ho was committed to jail , tc
release htm from which the present
proceedings were brought. lion. E
AI. Bartlett and I. S. Ilascall appeared
for the state , and Colonel E. F.
Smytho for the prisoner. On the pa
pers Tiled the county judue refused to
uriuit a hearing , and the defendants
oxccptt d. It is prob.iblo that the
aiso will bo brought bofem ! Judge
Liti : > , of rho buprome court.
Washington is the aamo man who
was arrested about six weeks ago on
the charge of ass-tult and battery , nnd
waa sLccL'Bfcfuliy defeneled by Mas
Bergman. Uu also htd : a suit in
Judge Stenburu's court , and a suit is
now pending in the district court
ugainat Tom Murray , in which ho anel
Ins wife cl.iim $5,000 damages ouch
for aaaault and battery.
It is un ugly and complicated caco
in which thu hwycr'a will reap the
benefit.
THE CONCOKUIA. SOCIETY.
A. Brilliant Summer Nlaht'a Githcr-
in ; In Motz'd Mu nlflcunt Qardon.
"All hail , yo noble lords to-night ,
All hull , yo beauteous d-iinep ,
Star placed by 8Ur , what heavenly sight ,
Who e'er can tell their nauip . "
[ Goethe.
Last evening the Concordia Singing
society of thia city gave ono of thoit
uccoBjful receptions of this season in
Motz'a famous summer garden. The
guoats comprised some of our moat
prominent merchants , and were ac
companied by their ladie ; , who dressed
in the moat fashionable and lusthotic
style , presented n scene en
tirely too intensely intense , and
additional beauty was added to the
picture by a grand display of Chinese
lanterns. The out rtainment opened
with the Ooncnrdia March , composed
by Prof. Steinhaunor , which proved to
bo a lovely niiiE > icil composition. The
management had been fortunate
I'tiough to socura thu services of the
Mubicil Union orchestra for this occa
sion , and under the able directorship
of Prof. Stoinhauser , they cave a
number of exquisite lyrical produc
tions during the ovoning. The Con
cordia society itself regaled the visi
tors with a variety of high class vocal
selections , which were received with
DtitliUBiasticburstsof applauao. Among
th'jso which were perhaps the most
Qommendablo were "Night , O Night ! "
* nd "My Hoirt is in the Highlands. "
During the evening the faecinatlng
young Gorman actress , Madame Ahl-
I'uls , gave a thrilling rendition of ono
if Schubert's masterpieces , "Tho
3roation of Woman. " It wua cer-
'ainry a very fine performance and
iho well merited the twice repeated
: all with which aho was greeted. At
: ho conclusion of 'ho ' concert the
, 'uesta indulged in some lively toruM-
ihorean caperinga in which nil took
) art with great gusto ,
Tlio cjnimittoo on urrangrmo t ,
nmpriaing Messrs , Julius Moyur ,
\j \ mis llaapke , Geo. 12. Str.itman , T
Simhold and II , Schwabo , worked
vith untiring energy to maka this
> leasant social nllUir successful , uinl
hey had the pleasure of attaining nn
iniount of BUCCCSS fur beyonit their
mat Banguino anticipations.
Say Inn Fifteen Dollar *
It is announced that Daniel F ,
Joatty , Mayor of Washington , N. J , ,
vill for ton days sell his liuothovon
) rgan to anybody who sends him a
yy of to-day 'a Um : for $75. As the
taual prlco is SOD , this will bo n saving
if $15 to the purchaser. Rind his
Outuoilo library.
The board of managers of the Union
'atholio Library association mot laat
veiling and organized for active work.
lias Martha McCarthy was elected to
ill vacancy on the board. The stand-
iig c .inmittocs appointed for the
ear were as follows :
Library - Messrs. Diily , Fccnoy nnd
lisa Crowluy.
Kutortaininonta Messrs. OMSr.on ,
lurphy and .Miss McCarthy ,
Finance Mi BUM. lltiah , Oox and
English.
Miss Prevo , just from the east , has
penod Dressmaking rooms at 440
4th street , second door south of
toward , where aho would bo pleased
3 show the ladies latest designs.
junul2.1mo
SAM STEVENSON.
A Mnn With n History Dies nt E
Joseph's Hospital.
About 5 o'clock last night a raa
known as Sam Stevenson , died ntS
Joseph's hospital , of old ago. Tl
remains were removed to Corom
Jacobs' undertaking rooms , whei
they still remain.
The deceased waa born of Ethiopca
parentage , and was in reality a ncgn
but before his death suffered a tram
formation , which loft him whiter tha
tl o average representative oi the Cai
casian race. flio body , ns it by i
the collin at the undertaker's roomi
was that of an aced ; , venerable lookin
man. Ilia hair was straight , and r
well as his beard , which wt
worn full , white aa the driven anov
The only murks which indicated the
ho was of other than white parentage
were two black spots on the forehead
a black circle under each eye , aina
spots on tlio hands and a rim of dur
skin about the edges of the care
Otherwise the akin was unusual ) ;
white and there was an absence c
anything like repulaivonoss about th
body , which appeared to bo that u
ono who had earntd "a rest from hi
labors , " peaceful und calm.
Sam Stevenaon was born in Haiti
more in 1804 , and for over fifty year
of his lifo has been a member of th
sporting fraternity , having been ii
Omaha einco 1800. lie was murrioi
and had a family when ho lived it
Louisville , Ivy. , and the only remark
able thing about him was his changi
of color from that of a full bloodei
Ethopean to n clear white. This i
an occurrence which , though rare , i
not without _ precedent , und is IK
doubt a species of leprosy. Ho hat
the reputation of being "a squan
man , " und was respected by all win
know him.
PERSONAL.
Col. .T , J. Dickey lias gene to Denrcr.
Gen. J. U. Cowin has gone to the Laki
Ditj.
Ditj.Miss
Miss Jeanie Woolworthhas gone to Nov
Vork.
Judj'Q Savano and wife left Tuesday
for Boston ,
W. C. lowing , of Colmnbu ? , 0. , is at tht
J. II , Gave , of Herman , ii at the
Creightuu. * >
Miss M. ry J. llartcr , of Denver , is a !
, \w \ Withufll.
A. G. Scott , of Kearney , ii at the Met
ropolitan ,
T. II. Baker , of U.ltimore , Md. , is at
; ho Creighton.
Mrs. Cleveland and children left Tuc3'
lay for the cast.
A. C/'onuor of I'lattBiiiuutb
Joseph / , , waa
n the city Tuesday.
A. P. Howes aud D. Blow nice , of Blair ,
no at the Creighton.
T ) . B. Sliuseu , Union Pacific ticket
igent at Lincoln , in in the city.
Mrs. F. Wilson and Mrs. M. L. Hall , ol
Denver , are at the Metropolitan.
M. MiKinnnn passed through the city
iresterday on his way to Fremont.
J. A. Wilkins , of the Omaha telephone
exchange , has gene to Larnmio on a visit ,
Miai Ella Cooper and Mis M. Fitzger-
ild , of Chicago , are visiting friends in thii
: lty.
lty.John
John W. B.ird and Mrs. M. H. Baird ,
if Council Bluffs , were in the city yester
lay.
lay.Rev.
Rev. J. N. J. Smyth and Patrick J ,
Hurley , of O'Connor , Greeley county , are
n the city ,
lion , Lorenzo Crounse , of Fcrt Calhoun ,
ind C. ( / . Robinson and wife , of St. Paul ,
ire at the Withntll.
The Misses Anna Millard and Lizzie
3oulter left Tuesday to visit iiiends and
icquaintaucoi at Fremont.
Mr. Gernt W. Vis , formeily private
iccrctary of General Manager Clark of thf
Jiiion P.icifio railway , id in the city.
W , P. SesjiouH left this morning to take
k position in the auditor's olllco in thu B ,
t M headqnnrters at Omaha. Platte
rournal ,
Mr. C. D. Miller , Mayor Boyd's book-
ceuper , fetched his family hero yestcr-
lay and they intend making a three weeks' '
> r a months' btay in the metropolitan city.
They hail from Jackfon , Illinois.
Prof. A. L. Wyman , of Wyman'a Com-
nercinl College , has returned from the
ast. Uo has vioited over twenty business
alleges during hid absence , and will ntil-
zd his experience to the best advantage.
Mr. W. U. Lairo , agent of the Pennsyl
vania railroid at Bolvidere , N. J , , and
' 'red , W. Schwarz , from the preuident's
llieo of that company , are in town , the
; uedtn of Mr , .M , L. Vun Scuten , with the
inn of Milton , llogcru k Hon.
W. r. Kill , of Lincoln ; K 13. Voit , of
reenwneid ; W. H. Miilnttl , of Grand
ehmd ; M H. N. P. Mirlin , > , f Colninbim
ii'l Krauk Al. Diniify , of T cuu neb , re
hu Nubraskaus at tlio Metropolitan lubt
light.
F. GeorgeSr. . , of Clarks ; II. 0. Thatch-
r , ot lt..siii > b'i > ; 11. T. Clarke , of liellevne ;
' , Sntherlaii'l biul wife , of Sidney ; F. B
'ilfany , of Albion ; A. C , Bluuulell , of
jincoln ; John Buck , nf Nebraska City ;
) . F. Steele , of Fairbury , and F , K.
Ukinr , of York , are at the Withnell.
Colonel John Clark , ot Omaha , arrived
vst night. Mr. Clark is a son-in-law of
Irs. K Muion , of thia city. He la euf-
iviug from paralysir , and visits Laramle
rith the hope thut he mayibe benelitted.
iis little daughter , May , accompauies
1m. Boomerang.
Notior ,
The "Hawthorn Centennial Ex-
elcior Hoof Paint , " was patented May
4th , 1881 , and letters patent nuin-
cr " 41 , 801 ! . Any person founder
nown to tamper with the nianu-
tcturo of said paint will bo punish-
d to the full extent of law. No perm -
m has any authority whatever to sell
acoipts. HAWTJIOHN & Uuo. ,
Lancaster , Pa.
LAYEN'S YOSEMITE COLOGNE ,
bdo from the wild flowers of the
in KAMEI ) YOSEMITE VALLEY ,
is the most fragrant ot perfumes ,
fanufacturod by II. 1) , Slaven , San
rancisco. For Hale in Omaha by W.
, Whltohouoo and Konimrd Bros , ,
; 0o ,
DIVISION CALLED FOR.
A Couple of Dlvorco Suits Just B
nun in iho District Court.
Two petitions for divorce were ye
terdny afternoon filed in the oflica
tha clerk of the district court , Ilo ;
W. II. Ijama , which deserve mo
than a pissing notice.
Ono of these was brought by A. I
Gladstone , the grocer , against h
in which 1
wife , Sadie Gladstone ,
accused her of being addicted tot !
use of intoxicating liquors , cruelty I
himself nnd neglect of the childrc
born to them since their marriage i
1877.
The other petition la filed by Byre
Olark and naka for a decree of aopan
lion from his Wife , Susan Clark , whoi
ho accuses of infidelity and of contii
tied desertions of her husband an
children. They were married in 187
at.d have two yiung children , Tli
last desertion alleged was in Juni
when defendant went to St .Ico. Sli
is nlso accused tf cruelty and of de
stiuction of house-hold property.
SPECIAL EUTO ST
.NO11CE AUifjiixiiueui lu Loai. , tor , oa
Lout , Found , VVanU Boarding , tc. , will bo ti
nrrtcJ In these columns once ( or TEN CKN1
per line ; each nilnequont Insertion , F1VKCEN7
per llAo. Thu nn > t Innoitlou nnvor 1cm Ihi
TWENTY-FIVK
IO LOAN MONh
[ \ fONEYTO L ( > AX On thntt'e mo
IY1 curlty. A. K. Tuiton , ullUa ol Urcff i
Mont oniorj , over Omihn Notion. i lank. 7cl-
71 TONKr TO LOAN C ll Rt Law Uffico at I
xTJ L. Thcmm UojmB Crelicbton WocW
O LOAT < At 8 yet c utn
tcroat in aumn.tf 2tOO r.
s , lor 8 ta 6 years , on dret-claso city an
firm property. Emus UniL KHTJTB nd Lei
An wnT 'fill and DOIIIFU * R
W AM I tOW
ANTKD-MncliIno lianls. Apply at Onm
W I shirt Fae ory. 1207 Forn.ins.ruct.
experience' girl wanted. In a famll/
AN
t\\o , hy Mrs. K.nnurJ , lUtu and oJnc
U.imsn or Swede pro erred. TCfl-Ht
TTTANTl I ) - A Rlrl at , Merritu Kittaurant
10J7 Poiiiamttrcct. 7bO lit
T\J ANTED 3.0 men o'rnllnadw rk.
> > li MA.VNWUl.Hl ,
7dl-llt llth street , ncir Furnam
WANrr.D A tavr fiiprrr. ' 'n men
AGENTS
Imjlnei-i honiralj'c und p } i j ROOI
n-orkcra. AdarcsiVM. . M , Hi > : t ,
70J-lBf I1. O. 1 > ix EC , u all i , Neb
\ \ ASTI.D-A b y who write ) a Bond liant
Vf to cop > lilll-j a d mike him tit g ncrnll.
uiiful In an .llice o ( a bujln.'ai hou o. Ail- ' "
III Clerk , rjuuolllo' . 743 tf
' ANTKu A tlr t-c'A-s lalcr , co il cpemnf
v\ \
( or & ) O"ng nmn , adiho < ortppy
S. M. HlKhM ,
731-12 Wyiuor , Neb.
AN1EU-A Kcc Uirl to to * houstwi rk , a (
W 1NU 11 ward trco : . 7ri-12t
\ V' ' ANTED Good sewlnt' 'r ' , and erie np
i piuntli 0lrl ( to kurii urcea linking , al
12.1 IIoHatd Btrcet. 7JM4
\\1 ANTUD A ( 'ood gill In a fainl'y ol two.
! quire at A. 1'ul ac 9 cl t luv Rtorc ,
Fanuui btrcLtbituccn 13th and l.th ufccti.
72M (
_
A lr. . to do ffcnrr l hou e ork ,
WANTED > o nt ilia. N J. Euholm. liotweel
! 4th and Siith en CMe/go H'rcct. Ueferu-cerc
quirid. tf
rive hundrid laborers" wort
WANTED . lliUau oo ibt. I'aiil tt.K ,
Steady work all soifcon. Wages 8i,50 per day ,
Apply at Engineer's olllcn , room hvoiet's
b.otk . , Council Ulurls. K. Q. .v UUSE , residenl
engineer. ] une28-U-
" \T7" ANTED Two or three roims su tiblo ( o
VV phytlcm.8 office. Addr.m br. I' . rtoi
Vi ) ofllce. DOO-tf
Ten teams to work /loroncc
WANTED . Wages S3 50 per day
377-U MMUlKi. VI
1 l\\ \ \ MEN WANTrD At y.urur.co Cut-Off ,
I IIInlno iLllcs ! rth r ( O' hv Wa < oa
1.76 per day. Ml TCHELL VINCENT.
r39.tt
_
SITUATIONS WANTED.
l < OBEKftci < Iy man wlslies a pcrnnneit situ-
O a Ion , dm ut icain ( .r grocery dtlu ry u 1
icqual tcl In i-ity , yood liabiiH nnd rcturencu.
ftddron Jl Hce nllice , 7BI-llit
e\ > VA Tto ly ! a joungniaii in a
O irnato ( mlly ; u-cd to canr ( hoisrs
nd n Hirf trdoany Kind or worn. Ad ren < F ,
208 North llithst. ? ro3
WANTIH ) A iltiiatlon hy n G--rmin ascoicli-
nun , un ontinu thu iaie o horsi.u ai d
co s and Horkal'outtho house. Adurtus Until
Uarnl , UU 10th strict. 744. > )
WANTLD-S tua-Ion bj n ruldd e agcil Iwly
rtssilts ndy in som s retouct his 1 1 iee o'
bit lues * , ormaiii8tre > . at tomothop , AnnU at
con.i.r 17ih nnd lou.-la . 74-2 isf
WANTED bituutlon wanted by a ten IUIHII
ot experience , as cl rk In siino irtto or
X" book-keeper ha * re l > ud a colu 'ate ' uluui
lion. Addro B 0 , I' , at lite ottlco. 70131
ALADV who 1m been a tiather In ibe Tnb'lo '
schocU , wUlies a responsible pos t o i an
* rl"r or ciniiler In an olllco or buslno 8 In u , .
( VddrofS A. U. I ooollleo. , ; .14-
WANTED En ploymcnt by a young nun In
grocery tort. I ) . M NN Wh l.E ,
33' ' llth street , near F num.
WAM'f D Ailtuatlin ny a youn ' man , nlio
Pi a'-Htiull.h ' uid dcruiati , ni > tire In
illl n. 10 iniku Inmi-elf gine ully u o til Ad-
luss i' , I. . / neulliB W.-17t
MlCELLAf.CO. C WANTS.
TEAJH WANTF.D-To wr rk nUl o Ore-
Kin. lint Una. tttua ) j.00irdiy
, 11 MANN'M.i n ,
' " ' ll'lr u , near Fan um.
_
WANTED EGO privy au.M , sinks ii.d . cets
, . , , , ,11001' " ? cl u wlt" " "Itary Vault and
Jink ri . ner , the bi > st In use. A. h\auB & Co
f hldunui 1200 UfMtirii trwt , Omah ,
fOR HEHr-HOUBEC AND LANt >
I7IOK UENl-FunUhel room witli" ' boIFd ;
L1 mod in impn em nts , a ( ow table no.rucra
an boaccommudatcd.at 171B uodioslrett.
G5lt (
FOU KK.NT-A bmM' hcu-o of three rooms ,
_ AjplytoA l'attcrjonJu eler. 70M5
neil IlENT A good now six ro > m cottage , en
L1 1'irk III ava , Apply to John W. li ij at
Irag btort , t2J 10h tr et. 7 3 t (
F0 ! { UENT-GicU furcl lied room.cor er 18th
and St. ar ) ' av. 7-tiMS'
POU HFNT Front ( uinlsritxl room ( or iroutlc-
anL17ilCai > < i irtet - -
_ _ _
[ 710R IlENT A Innd-omily ( iirnUlcd ( root
; room. Inquire 1711 Cli cage t , 76J l..J |
Ii0lt UEMT Three good Iiou o In different
; | uru ( t the city. D. L. Ihomii , nx > mg ,
'relgbton ' 1) ck. 7C5-17
Foil HRNT Niatlj fun I hod front room.
BJltablti for to gcntlcmoj , two blocks
DUtb-owt v | ihiull IIous . > o , 1407 IlowarJ
iiwivn Htli ana 16th ktr cts. lent # 10 per
lontu. 55 .tf
1U1H HKST llou-e wllh furniture tit lala
J Inquire ut liW Uouglisetii'ct. julyi-tl
TtOUIlKNT Twodetlrablu fur Ithtd rociiil
. Center 19th and lit. Mary'tf < te. 745-tl
? OH KENT Two and threerooun vliable or
. ' faiilllen Appyatdo. 63 17lh Hrcet be-
voea Jackson aud Ixu\cnwcrih. 737 > 12t
? 01t PENT Furnliheii rom < ( or centVmer.
ti. W , c rncr IMliaud Capitol \e. 720.12
A FURNISHEnfront rooT > to l t , -ar ,
jkor ( twoKCntlcintn T mi ft-d ! ' , t 2I1Z
LalfonilaHrict , MilM A. HAU.fcK.
FOR RENT Two nenrsovcn row > d 'o'.titcc * ,
B * * , water , ntl every hlng ojmp c A pply
tT. C. BI.UNMhli'd toe 7iS.li I
i-vill KfcM r e-lr tile re ld > neti ( icn r int.
r N. K , lorncr o ( 13 h nd Dciul s streets.
\rrritii\onlcn ( nr litiain.n. ply top II.
ill * p , 1112 turrikinamc ; . 718-14
FOIIHK.V Three g oty 'ile < BtTO , grod
col'ar dm r , ta Miltablj f r ur < ccry
or comml.lon Inslnisj. Fixtures f r mt . SIT
S , 13th utr . 03M (
FOU UF.NT Two t Ice'y ( tin Ishni fonth rc mi
reft'Oi able pilccs. 20H CHt > t cet. 3 X-t
FOKUKNT * 7 rnrm ho tn nd 4 s'nll
ftible on Conv nt s.r ct , nmr ! . Mary's
avenue. Hcnl J26.tO p r month. Enquire of
Barker Brothers , g nncc. < Xtf
FOR UENT-A nlcolr futnlshed room : 1016
Chicago t esa. f
| 7tOIl UEN' Itoardlng hmi el" " fnrnlshid.
11 Inquire 103 10th urcct.al.o3 roomn ttho
corner o ! 12th and Douglas htrcti , Ii quire on
preml OlS-tf
-VriNEIlOU E ? FOR RENT- < mill .nd lame ,
J.1 twi ) totneheriio B each ; one or to new
oncslth a 1 modern coiuei lo , ro' . One o ( 12
noms , sriltablo lor boardint and riom r < " tinif.
17th and Douglas atj. IlEMI-i , Ano. . t ,
JtiM-lf 15th and D ujaists.
milE"l.OWEFAHM II VE- 'it"h60acre *
L of laid-b a-itlfiil } IxAtod onCimiln sf ,
short dUtanco went ( Military bridge , ni d fired
car line , UE IS' ,
J21-K Apcrt , I5'h ' and I
rpVVO Fi ItNlallKOeomn roous ( oi rent. 8.
X > V. corno loth and Davenport. 300-tf
1011 hhNl- hour rodim tu talilt f < ir
I 1 and wife , corntr 18 h nd Iznrd tl >
654-tl
POIt KK.Vr tottittr , ' nor hncst
fitnorDavynpor and 4'4lh 70311
POIl HEN'rTo i ew dwc1llrg < , handy to the
'tnct ear , 825 per month , a , oM tt. Vo-
Keen , No. ifiU DoiulaiBtr ct. 7 CMt
FOU KENT FurnUhed ( rent rcom nlthhotrd.
003 North mh st. 63UI
mo LET Furnlshvd room , with lioard , 1608
JL CalKornI i street. 601-tf
FOR RENT-TFurnlshcd roe 7 17"23
street. 4)4.tf ! )
KIOIlllEVr Pl 4-a tly tnrnhhol , „ „ , , il (
U South 17th dt eet. one door north of Doug-
1" . 3SO-U
LI OH KENi. iwo new elegant liou-o- . In
quire at Peterson's Clothlni ; B ore , neir II.
1' Pep t. RBJ.tf
TTltill KKMT-On July 1st , hrlck More , with or
JJ without cellar. Ii qulro at llrurf s.oro , ior
uci loth ai.d Douglas sin. fii-t ( (
"J7IOK RfiNT S rurnii'lieo icoaiovi. . Me
i ? chant'Excbtuxe.i. K. > i * ifrli nrl Hodz
itroets. > . iu.tt
T71OH ItKNi JMtu'lj mrui-uuu nwuu Aitb oj
P without hoard. Uran'mitjlc prhcn 'J01B
ClPH St. -All tl
COR 8 A LI.
FOR SALE frlck hcti o Mill ; FOX en ronmsj
fthadonnd tli . Finn \iaft , , virl ok-
ligthocily Iiiiuiro | 1KO < I edge > t uct. 4t
ALE A do'lrall'vlvcrc s ns > pico In
FOlt
de-k t h placed U 1'axtj Hot 1 AIM ly
r om 10 , JacabsIJlock. 74ll4f
FOll SALE A Fpin nf lttht ! hnrfis h th
nmindoun.an ' wellb-oke si th'it ' Ivdy
nr child cm dr lu them , ennoi sli per \ di uble.
Wilistll Irm 1 > th or tcpirat" . MI abltilorp'l ' c-
ton or laaj'madtlo horse. AddnsiU F It tlilj
otlico. 7Jt-t (
FOH8AI-F A ladi'srlmtonmi'latop hu-py ,
both In gojd londitio . Cal at 1 10 i nr-
ney ( tt ct 738-U1
FOt ! S MJP. Ico-box 1x8 ard f fi th gh ch ( > np
Jills' ho sn d b\ ! > , o' Au mt u r-erlflth
ind Plircu street Gottl th Kirsclrnr 7SA-15
FOll SAtr lo\OC.O . brKk. 11. J. ra\e. Opera
II u oblnk. 72lo'
poll SALE Saw mill. T. Murray.jfll 071-tf
F OR SAI. At a birgiln nlc-v amngcd
_ new 10 r-omdwil tni.- . with bith n > > in and
water ; hirn , l."rgo lot , iharte trees , pica aijt and ;
\i ceilbl 1 ratio , . a very dipirnblc houBD , Ad-
Jro-sK. O ihlHolllcc.
FOR SALh Flne huirgy and harness c"icap.
A. Ilo pc , 1610 Do lire. n,2DU
IX BEAUTIFUL MMS-SUXI6 , ) ( oar tach m \
Manscom ' 'lace on street cir line Best lota
In whole addition \crycaiy tiruiaandata
L'reat bargain. UK.MIS' a cnt , 15th nnd Diuzha
streets JIB t (
SATjE A cottige o ( three rooms nrrth
FOR Nicholas bjtiv.cn 15th a d 16 h.
Inqul o within. (102-K ) DAVID GENT Y ,
PL.ENDID Hi-OJ'ERTY Foil SALE At a ,
llAiflAiN , one lar.o brick houtt , an I one
ari(0 ( ( ratnc honso , with full Ice I i Casno rlfi'h
tre t. Flto eh nee for inv-tment. rent f I S7ev
ier month. Cill f r full particulais , on
BKMIS ,
609 tl Apcnt , 16 til a'd Douglts ls.
H10K SALF. Team. U rncssaml wajon. In
quire > t Do ran House , Farnnm tt ft8-tf
OTKL , FOll nALK. The Arlington llnuse
First cass ; all furnished. Th- only hotel
ntonn. The cheapest property In the istate.
Jnsa'lthe travcllnirm n. WI 1 bufoldclj'apoa '
, ur stoeult. EjJiiuiroofC Fa io , pr ) ( > lctor ,
Krllngton , Wwhlngt ni county. Neb , 50J tt
[ 7IOII SALE < lorto , liu gv and hirno'H. Ap-
U ply at Step niion' < captol a , nue Uarn.
( . "UK HA bt lieBiaur * t un a well tr.velcd
C 'trcet. II. MANNWEILIIU ,
2St-tf _ llth trc t. near Farnam.
OR SALE Iho PotULAlt HOTEL , known
as the CO VS' HOME. This house Ib con-
: rally located , has ecu h and east ( rent , and Is
lurrounded w th flue i-hailo trees : cent Ins thirty
i toping rooms , has ice houae. laundry , sample
oem , &c. Has a world wdo reputation nnd
jctti-r patron go than mar. } houses of twice Ita
opacity. 1'rlco efj.OOO for [ uirt.culars ad-
.rc . . A. A. SAWDUV , | > , l I'lrmrt , .St
_ _ _
J.IOK oAl.h or will tt da no in pro-
I. P 'Un Imnrovcd ic oaoflvii Jjoin-
in ; a btiufou on U , 1' . It. II. . 1 , 1113
farnhftiubt. . Omahn.
'RICK ' ? (
B
KSl-ABHOOK > ,
BAt.KlJ HAY-At A. H. fwidfi' Fcc.1 Hto
1013 JlaruovSt. tilU-tf
LO'-T A pair c ( goll epcrt-'tlc * , b.twfe
p et ill ! o ind Mi rrlt'n ro ta ; rant. Kinder
> ili be rowtrdcd liy n-uirninif to J. 1. Fruehau ( .
768.12 *
IAQ1HTER OF PALMYQTFKY AND CONDI
' 10NALIST , 403 Tenth Street , Doiworn F roi.ia
udlluuov. Will , with the aid of guudlta
pints , obtain ( or any ono a gUtieo it tdu utal
nd precent , and ou cortvn condlt'ong ' In l"io ( a.
uro. Boots and Hhcft n.ade tt , irder.
\bsolutely Pure
ThU powder never varies. A m r d or p
' , strength and wholononmieuj. liuro econo
c l thin the ordinary klndi , aud cannot fee
? ' ? mV 'l lee with the multitude od ow
I , ibort weight , alam or phoph t powdtu
Sold only ID c Dt KomiBiiwo eovDn 00. ,
II Wi tit. . New York

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