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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 17 , 1885.
LINCOLN'S FIRE FICI1TERS , A Moro Efficient Force Bujnircd to Protect Valuable Property , PAID DEPAnTMENT MOOTED. AOInnco at flic 1'iro Warden * * Hrc- ortlH JIulicas Cui-pii * Cmc Tlio A Hold UurRlar. [ KHOM lilt ) IU.r/8 MSCOt.X1iflir.Al' . ] Tlio BKK lias a ( piii'k pointer to Ilio oflVct lliat tiltho next meeting of tlio city cnutioil nn ordinance will be ndoptud creating .1 paid lire department. It is time that onii-tliing of tlio kind was dono. Lincoln now lias a population of nearly 23,000 , nntl tin ? citizens luivc mil lions of dollars Invested In business and residence buildings , and stocks of goods. Tlio only means of lighting lire at pwuut is the mongrel institution eon Ming of two paid men nnd thu volunteer com- panics. Tint Caul that no really destructive llrti.H hawi occurred for a long lime does not detract from the face Ot tlio proposi tion thatn ohauiio is needed. Tii < > toltintcers have dour. good sorvieo in tlio rrnxf , nnd it fa gratify in r to know Hint Ilit ; ordinance will not contemplate their disbandim-tii. The oli.ji'et. Bought. for in a foree that will vvoik limnonfriii : l.v and lie under the direction and control of Ilio city authorities. Jt is thu tad tnitli that harmony is one of the nth-Ing ele- inenta last now. Warden Xmvlmry ic- perU that tire volunteer arts very dila tory , and tlio hitter retaliate b.VMijiiig tha't the warden gels his apparatus out lee fuiuk | , and docs not givu them a ( liaucii to respond to I ho alarm. To got at tlio true imvarttnoss of Iho all'air the HIK : man jesteiday in- MM'ttrd Ihoreio ( Is in tlieuarden'n ollieo. They show that the two volunteer h'o o conrpanicf , tlm Pitzgurnlds nnd Mer chant * , number about KM ) miiii. In addi tion the city employs Xewbury as lire warden at u ' yearly salary of $ ! ) ( ) , and ( Jeorge Well /'el as driver at $000. The only apparatus u > t'd is tlio two horse hone cart. Ncwbury went , into olliue in Angus.tla.st. Since then there have been live lirea. The tnne.s , locations and at tendance of liremi'ii , is given below : i'iiteiiiber 10 Newton' * house , Tenth and II streets. Warden anil driver pres ent with cart. Two ttruam.s * laid. One member of tin * Fit/guralds and two of Iho Merehant.s' were on baud , but too latu for service. October I ? - 7o ' Hoagland's hou e , F and Nineteenth , Warden and driver and three volunteers present , l'JWfccL ) of lioic laid. laid.OetobcrT. . Frame house on 1'oso street between .Seventh and Eighth. Wardun , driver and two volunteer * responded. December 8 O'rfhea'.s house , H and Thirteenth Mreets , warden and driver piVMjuti no volunteers. Deeeuiber 15 Noble'rt JIOIHO , Four teenth and < ) streets. Warden , driver , and one member of the Merchants on bund. Three members ot the Fit/ger- aids and two Alert-hauls responded biter. People acquainted with thu work of fighting lire will readily soc that an aver age of live men is not Millicicnt. to Iiandlo Iho apparatus promptly and eireetually. Tlie new ordinance will provide for two pipe anil two line men at a yearly salary of $000 each , making a total of MX pui'd men ut an annual cost to the eily of $3V)0. ( ) This force , with such assistance ; IH can be rendered by thu volunteer.- ) . will , it is thought , make an elleelive de partment. 1I1K IHSTKICT COiriST. The clisc of ( iolham.s. . Lanliam is still on in the d strict , court. The action is ono of those peculiar ones in which there is no real light between the plain- till' and defendant. In thu spring ol 1ft5 , Lanluim contracted to build tint \VimNor \ hotel at a cost of $ l.iOO , Theodore Itiriie ; ? , the owner of the property , agree ing to advance him money fiom time to time to pay his workmen. For some rea son Hai nes neglected to put up. and Ciorham who had leased tlio hotel , nnd wanted to got iiuoit , loaned Lanhaml- ( HX , taking the hitler's note secured by his mechanics lien. The suit is now brought. ? " ! ! .C ! .r"wou ! tins lien mm compel Barnes to pay up. liarues * Uefeiiso is that there are vital defect * in the .structure mid that Lanham hns no equitable claim aa , n t it.A A IIAllOS COltrrS CASi : . A bright ittle girl of 7 years , was brought before .Judge Parker yesterday on habeas corpus proceedings. The ( iluiin is made that in J877 the wife of rranl : Drewry , a farmer living in western Iowa , died leaving the child in question. A visti'r of the tk'eeased , living near hiii- coin , took the girl anil _ kept her some two years , but In-coming sick and unable to cure for her sent her back to her hither. Luler nl the aunt's request thu little one was sent to her again on a visit , bincu which the father says he has been unable to get possession ot her. The child wants to remain w.th her aunt , but as the case stands the judge will probably , much against Ids wi.sli , be compelled to turn her over to the care of her father. In the name couit ycMunlay Frank Uullonu , of Omalii' , recovun da judgment of $100 on promissory auto ugtuiiht Au- gi.nt Armlt.A . A COAI. Hherill'Melick yesterday received a tele gram Irom Mr. Atkinson , of Waverlv , asking him to arrest u mini named John- nun goin ; ; went on the I ) , ft M. train. Tbo dmrgu wiis juniHiig | A bill of f IH. The Hherilr hud no ] ) iiper.sor legal grounds for Johnson's detention , hut succeeded in getting him to hand otilf-'ion uccomit. T1IK Itl'.HKVrs' MKKTINO. When tlnr board of regents met yeMw- day Messj-n , Holmes mid limit put in an nppearaurc * id tookart ] ) in theprocecd- ingH Prof isicholson Hiibuiittctl a re- jioiLiii relal.on to his purchase of apiia- nitu.t for the chemical lahoratory during his trip to Kuropc. About $1UI)00 ) have been expended tor thu purp'ose of lixlng up th M deurlmcnlund | all tlninppuniliia will l/o of tlio latest design. Prof. Nieh- vUon thinks it will bu one of tint beat equipped in the country. In Ids report Pi of. HcMboy , dean ot the agricultural Hocicty , recommended the addition of a conrxu in veterinary noienee. ' In the botiin'cal department Itessoy's idea is to make the cut re cmipns a garden , and to this end IUIH had many varieties ot trees , shrubs , etc. , planted and properly labelled. DnKng the term bulletins have In-on Usucd Kliowingthu resullaof u.spcri- inenUs Hint have heen made on thu col- lyjo tttrm , nml asnole > l previous ly in the KKK , a scr.es of ov- perlment is now fbeing conducted on Iho farm by Dr. ( icrln and Prof. Uessey , by wh.cli they hope to prove iliu ollleaey iitiiHHiiilulinii in preventing hogoholera. Biipurintendfiit W ingof thu codege , rti- ( Kirtfi the following blooded stock on bands Shorthorns U , ( lallowayn 7 , llere- lords 5 , llolsleins ,1 , Jci > eys ; ) , Ayrshires } , Duvon 1 ; grade ' , ' . In addil.on thcru ire ? her 'B , 4 inuli H nn I BO hogs. Tlit-ro have been raised ou tiiu tiiim : . ' , H71 biishols of shelled roi n and Illtcen acres ftdd.Uonal wcru cut for fodder , I,7L'0 bushels of oats , 450 bushels of mangels , jsnOlcIunt potatoes and vegetable tor thu IIKV of thu Loardini ; depMrtmunt , LH ) bushels ot Ijenns and tiintu and wild hay .t for thu use of the cuttle and horsivs. Jin- . mxuuiuciit * ou tbu farm lm\e beun mudu lui follows ; Tlio dormitory building has li'een painted inside unit out and thu rvooil work about thu budding has been buvd in good rupuir. A corn crib and ferula cluvutur ln ve been built , thu yards Vnd c.xcrc.bu puns have been out rely j-novatetl ami tlio burn rcmwlcletf. ihcru uro forty-live acres town In tame grnsaci , nbont six acre1 ! nro planted with fruit frees nndthoro is \iueyard of tour ncroa. The resignation of Prof. Goorpo 13. Howard , us librarian of tliomilvcrMly , ncct'ptcd. HM ditties as secretary of the State Historical fioeinty nnd also ot tlio Nebraska Teachers' Heading circle took up all the spare time he had outsidu of his professional work. Hence his desire tu be relieved of the care of the library. Al their merlin ? ibis nftrrnoon the regents - gents elected Gov. Fiirna1 ? honorary ceo- relary on forestry and kindred lopies , thus making him virtually a member of the faculty. Acommiltro was also ap pointed to confer with the manngerf ut the tiitc fair as to the advisability of starting a school of veterinary bitrgery nt the university. A not u rtmtm.AR. Yesterday * aflernoon people living on Fourteenth Mrcet , between N and O. sur prised Warien Miller in the act of bur- glari/itig a tenant home from which thn fiindly wenab nnt After n fu i.slo Mil ler was captured nnd held until Captain Post and Otlicer Fowler arrived mid took him into custody. He was at once recogui/ed as a local tough who had served three t < rms m tlio county jail , during one of which be distinguished himself bj gouging an eye out of a fellow prisoner with a broomstick. A full set of burglar's tools were found in his pocket- nnd sitHlcleut e\idencoof another nature secured to insure his conviction. Oi rv unices. Judge Parker turned his coiirl room into a miitr menial bureau for a few min utes Tuesday alternoon , and mairied Nettle Mtinson and CluistMctiiH' , accord ing to tlio latest and mo t approved edition of the Marquis of Hymen rules. W. L. M.iy , better known IIH "Lew" May. of Fii'immt. is in town traii.sicliii" some private bti > inr > ss ru the Plato capllol. J ew i * oitiid as u dollar , physically , but cNhibits great' hesitation aleut ) silling dovv n since hi.s attempt to squat ou a sec tion of Uinalui puvuncnt one day hibt Week. Volume 1i of tlio .Supreme Court Kit- ports is renl.\ : for dlsiribution. .1. K. White of Grand Island was in Lincoln ycblesday looking after his no tarial commission. Thomas ( ilcunon , the JVaverly wife beater , was sent to the county jail yester day for M\iy days. The \Vlutcbrea = t Coal company has given notice of a change in jls articles of incorporation , under uliicli it will be em powered to raise Iho capital stock to if'tti.OOO. A very agreeable musicale was given at the university last night by Miss Min nie ( jochran and her pupils , as i.stcd by some musical friends. At the close of the entertainment a rccention wns held in the studio. The notice of increase , in the capital stock of the Omaha Gas company , Irom $ ; ; < )0,00 ) ( to $ r > llO , < MH ) , was drawn "Octo ber Ullth , 1381. " and tiled December Ifilh , ISS. " ! . Something must be wrong with the mails between Omaha and Lincoln , 'I'lie mysterious bell ringing , which has been troubling Clerk Higby at the Win- ser for several nights past , ha.s been traced to crossed wires , ami the guest welcomer is happy. Commissioner Scott is advertising for proposals for furnishing the various state institutions with supplies during the quar ter ending March III , 18SU. Kstimalcsean be had irom Mr. Scott and bids will he received until December ! ! ! . Pres.dcnt Austin , of thu fire depart ment , has called a meeting at the engine house for Friday evening at 8 o'clock , at which it is expected Waulen Ncwbury will be hauled over the rack for calling attention to ( he fact that the volunteer tin-men are not responding to alarms as promptly as they should. Thu infant son of Mr and Mrs. Doyle , who fell trom a second story window Tuesday aitcrnoon , was reported to bo resting comfortably yesterday , and strong hopes of its recovery are entertained. On Tuesday evening , the Kith , there was a large and enthusiastic meeting of farmer.s at Crounso'ti school house near Malcolm , Lancaster county , under the auspices of the Farmcr.s' alliance. The house was crowded. Farmers drove as tar as nine miles to attend this meeting. Mr. Burrows , of ( ! agc county , addressed the meeting on subjects connected with the interests of tlio farmers and was fol lowed by Messrs. I. N. Leonard and Charles Grillith , of this county. Tlio meeting will r&siilu in a closer organisa tion ol tiiu tanners ot that vicinity. The iniardians of thu city's peace , will dance dull care away at Temple hall on the night of .January 0. Marshal Heach is notifying the drivers of licensed vehicles to step into the cap tain's ollicu and their gut pcnmtb rene ne wed. Yesterday afternoon Ollicer Fowler was called to 1021 O street , where he found an intoxicated man ruuniiig things to suit linns. > ! f. The chap was from tlio country , and having told u load of bogs , was painting O street a lur.d vcrmillion. Seven plain drunks occupied the time and attention ol' Iho police court yester day.An An aggravated case of wrong doing was mane public last night by the arre.st of W. Fundertorg , a farmer living near Lincoln. Fundirberg , who is married and 45 years old , is accused of seducing his auoptcd daughter , Minnie Landaiicr , a girl of Hi. The intimacy began about four months ago , and two weeks ago Fnnderbcrg shipped the girl to Syracuse in hopes of gutting rid of her. Shu told her talc lo the authorities yesterday , and Fundcrbcrg was landed in jail last night. Luroy Eutaw , a young farmer living seven miles northwest of Lincoln , was at work shelling corn yesterday after noon when thu lly whcul of the machine broke. One fragment struck him on thu head , fracturing his skull nnd breaking thu j w bones , ills injuries are cons dercd fatal. STATI : AIIKIVAI.S. Frank Strauss ; ILustmirs ; Chas. Ilu- sehow , Ked Cloud ; ,1. MIliutr , Alma ; Morr sSloman and wife , Omaha ; K , P Holmes , Price ; Ceo. II. Savage , Omaha ; F. H. Graddy , Omaha ; C. K. Keltler , Omaha. ; K/.ru llrown , Harvard ; H. H. Miller , Nebraska City ; K ! Mcfntyre , Suward ; J.Stevenson , lirownvllle ; C. .1. Phulps , Scliuyler ; K. P. Suvagu , Omaha. ItrovlllcB. _ The case of Welndrieh vs. the Nebraska & lowu Insurance , company , to recover the amount claimed foradvcrl'eingin tlio Post , was cm trial yesterday in the county court. . _ _ Thu cluarings yesterday were fj-.V IIOMK ItKJtKDV h war ranted not tn contain n Hnxlo pur t It'lii of iniMuiuy or any Injurious bub btuncu. Inn Is I'liiiKi.v VI.III-AIII.K. ( ; \vii.t.uiuti ; .ii.u ijisjtist u.m .in : ur fitUUNllMtJ ) < T OftllK IJVkll , Kll > - M-.YH AMISlOtUCII. If your Uvur U out ol wilcr , ttmn yovir whtilo bi'hluiu U duiuiutril. 'J'lio Ultuul U linpinii. Ilio liivatli olloiidivc , > ou hnvo lioailuclit ) , li'C'l laiiuuld , Ulnpluttxl ami ncrvdiis. Tn prowiii u iiKuo ilitloii , tuku ut onuo Sliainoiki TIVFI ? HKOUIA1XH. If > < m l ( tl uwxlontary lil lull uio. ( irHUiriT with Kio.sf.r A Tixrio ) : < t < , uvula slliniiluls nml tnUu Slunuoiu J.Ivur Itu u later , Hurt ) to rrlluvu. . If juu liuvu ciili'H anythltiK IIRIT ! of ill- ( nation , or li't'l ' lio.ivy ulior niuaU or t > l ( < t > pluss at nl''lit ' , taku n ilo-o ami you Mill llHll IX'IIUVLU UllUtJiHip | Ucltlllllly. If ) tm itixt u tuK'i-ublo CossiieAiiON , Dvpi-ia'niA uiul M : S , Mt'U ix'tluf ut utii'ti In l.lier Iti'truUiior , It ilooi not i-oiitiniial tloiiliih' , unit oaita but u ultlo. It ulll cure ) ou. If jou wiiko up in tlio inoruliiff witU a blltor , bud liuto iu } our moulli. TJVP Bliainons Llvvr ItOKiiliitur , It corrects InlVu dm iniioiu tiiiinuicli , Swi'iili'iis Ilio llruatli. uiiJ Clcuiiffod tlio Fumul Toiiyuo. ( * uii nia'.s olteii noul ouio uiiu ( ttUurtic uiul Tonlo loiuoil uppniiU'lilntr lckllesx SlnniHina l.lver Ilus'iilator will itilluvd Colic , ItiuiUavJiu , i lok 8toiiiHcb , InUivooilcin , Ityt-oaitT- iU tUu com- Discovery nntl Atrost of a Gang of Social- iitlc Conspirfttors. DYNAMITE ANTI-COOLIE LEAGUE A Plot to Assassinate Prominent I'eo l lo liy AVlioleinlo ITnenrilictl Sand IiotH Or.itors nnd Iy- iiamtto Devils. i An KKlrnnrdinni'jr Soliemc. FiiA.ieiPfo , Dec. ! ( ' . An extraordin ary plot for wholesale auA'tliiiitlcin of pioin- I iient citizens In this oily was l.dd barn by the police last niulit. The head < | U.irtrM of an or- Katd/Atlon en lied the "Socialistic lU'Yolutlon- nry association , " were discovered at IM ) avcmiu and from mcmorandns discovered tlure It wart found to he the Inten tion of the plotters to iminlir about twenty men , Including . T. Coleiiian.Utiiiitressianii .Morrow , Ocneral \ \ * . II. Illanuu. . Major n.trtlcll , Lcland Slnnfunl , Jtulitu I ureii7o. Charles CrocXcr , ( iovernor Htcmciiinn and certain police olhrlaK 'I'hose naiiics vveiu pl.iml on tliu"prHcrlitlve' ( | ' list ami placed In thn liainls of tin * I'xcctiUve ' com niitlctt to curry out thu orders of the n- souiutlnn , The polite ane > U'4t lour laeti In the looms , namely , Julius C. Ifotsliur , Henry \Veisinau , ( , 'lmrlcs Ilttlcslnilt and ( l.-war Kiwer.s. In tin * looms vvcte iliseiivcicd a coiuidete Inliniiitorj lor iiinnufiicttitliK Inler- md iiinehbic.s. 'I he men were taken to the cit.v pri.stiti , whete the pri uieis dei'iiirett It wa's ( heir ( xirposfl to kill | itniiiiiient eitl/.eiH , and Ilien la/.e Chinatown. The prisoner * lit" long to the ( ierninn bnmch of thu anti-Coolie 1 The loader of the hnnd of dynamlteis ar- rp ted lust n lull t Is Henry UVHinan , a Itavnrinn by blub and a thcntilcid clnmilM. l > v piolo-mnii , lie wns Inihiee-l to loin CYnolierO'Doniieir.s null-Coolie le.imio and liuidly INKMIIIU pre-iideiit of Hie < ! eriiiiin null- Coolie leiiKiie. "My intention , " he wild , "was merely to nltt In enforclm.'what O Donnell toltl usvas the law DistliiM tlie Chinese. He was told that Mies atecon.stlliilion | .iotillited ! theChlne.se fiotn living within Ilio limits of any lueorpoiatcd town or eily in the state. He .showed mo the law aud I lead U tor m.vwilf. He never told trie that the ftipienie court li.id deol.ired that the law uns iiiiconxtltutlonal and J be- llevcd Hint vvasthe law , altlioiiL'li I havoMncu been told that It was not. Well , we had a ineethi on the Mind lot Thankigivlin ; tl.iy , and revolved that we would call on the minil- eitial nuthtirilles to enforce the law or re-dijn otiico. U Donnell told us we lintl a lifilit to do lids ami he always boasted that Im VMIS the second highest ollleer In lids city. 1 Mib- pected he knew anil I believed ( he municipal aiithoiitics woiiltl be compelled to oid"r them to leave the city. Tlm only thing that tronhlid ino w.ig tlnit O'lionnell was always statnif ? that the Cliinesu wciesiiiiplicd with superior aims , that they hud armories In Chinatown and \\eio illilllm ? every nIght with Winchester illle.s supplied to them by Col. Ueo , the ( . 'hine.se consul. Mostot the jiooplo are woikinsmen , anil had no arms. 1 wasnlrald that when the Chinese were ordered lo K they would reM.st and attack our people , nnd 1 ro , olvod to ox- pciimcntaiidscc It t could not Invcntasupc- rlor weapon. 1 commenced my ex peil men Is atmnt twelve days at'O and bought some dyna mite. My idea was to make a weapon pen that could be thrown like a hand Kremulo. Wo experimented at different times binder tlio rooks near the Clllf , house , but Iho result * were not satisfactory. ' U'Doinu'll knew we wetee.xperiineiitius. " Kooslicr , who Is also known as Kowulski , is a Ktissian Jew , and uw tltlven Irom that country ovvinj ; to the | ) ci etiitlon ! of his JHSO- pie l.v the Itnsslan Koxeriinient. He came to Xevv York anil was appointed an a cnt by the Jewish Keller society , and visited Ore- iron anil Washington tertitory to take up hind lor hr people. Hevasto receive S * ' J < ) foreveiy lamlly for vvliuin lieptoeinctl a iov- ernnicntM-ttlemcnt. He eluinus he did not iccelve ] iii > iiient , as the funds ol the lofiety wcio exli.iiHteil. Ho identlticd hltiistilf with Ihu iintl-CiiolIo leaittui on toiu- in.i ; to thK city. The IIOIIM ) in which the dy namite w.us toiinil was occupied liv him. Clmili-s Mltlelstailt is pri'sidijnt of the Thlid Waul anti-Coolie club. Oscar Kaijers Is a peddler by occupation , and a unlive ol Cciiiiaiiy. Ifo .speakseiy little KtiKlNli. The prixonots have been charged with mis- tlcme.iiiorlorunlavvfuMy.sloiinitianrK : ] > ) Vler. ( Tlu ov'eiL'st fieiialty N .siinontlis1 iinpils- oniuent and S1KW ( line. AN nisrouioAij srox. A XebranKn 31 an V'lslm ( lie Home of 1'arson llrownlovv. A representative of thu Uin ; met in the Paxton rotunda yustet day W. V. Allen , of' Madiuon , Neb. , ti jroml- ) nont attorney of that jilaco. Mr. Allen has just returned from Knox- ville/J'enn. , whore ho visited thu homo of Par on Urownlow , thu famous preacher , who with Andruw Johnson fought against the secession of Tennessee trom the Union in war days , and who llgitrcd so , prominently in ho strugglu but ween Ilu Vanleeami ; the robs , wTuuu cenleifI ( | at onetime in that stuto. "I fo.in.1 Mr-i , Urownlow still living in tlio old bo'iise , " wild Air. Allen , "tu lady , 07 years of ago , remarkably shrew d , well preserved , and in the lull poises- hion of her faculties. The hoiiao il-ii'll is an old vvcalherbuon strueliirii.at the jierfcct typt : of an old plantation liou.se , nml .stand.in the very heart of Knoxviile. It is afrainehou > e two stories in height , with biiuk ehiinneyH on thu outride , having an "L" attached to it with another ontiiiloeliimnoy. 1'arMin lirovvn- low wa.s the tirst Methodist preacher in Knosville , ami the old building wns usetl as the parhonagu. tiliindingu few teet away in the yard is the small building formerly used for n study bv thu purnons now empty and unoeciipiea , sivo ; for the tn > oks ami papers of the tlead divmu vvldeli lay scattered about just as hu lel'u ( hem. JVIrn. Urownlow every J'uvv day , goes to this building , oluans it ami putt it in order , tind Will allow no eau lo at tend to it but herself. "Mrs. Hroivnlow hasi only ono child liv ing with ber , bur youngest daughter , a Widow lady. Her other children aru scattered all over tlio country. The oldest daughter , famous a.s the girl who tlrov e ol'thu ) rebels , who weru trying to tear down the union ting from horfather'ti hou > o , nl the revolver' po nt , is novv in Denver whurts him id nnirr.cd. Yea , thu old lady takes a grtiat iniun t in pol.tic.s tuid i the rankest kind of u republican , you may depend upon it. " THAT HOUKIHM ; DIHASTKU. How It Coultl liavo Iloeu Pt'ovontotl t' An Omaliii niau'ti Invention. , ii The appalling railroad accident in is ' li'eorgitt Tuesday in which eleven per- I sons lost tlioir livoti on account of es.-ap- ( . ing s ten m from n colliding locomotive , ( . again demonstrated the crying need for p the adoption by the railroad of an appli ance which will render such accidents im- None of thn victims of this hist , railroad horror died from injuries received C. in thu collision , but it was thu escapu of C.II the Moaldlng steam wliluh caused all thu losa of lifu. TUIs could havu boon pro ven ted if proper precaution had been taken and safety steam plugs attached to thu locomotives. Tins safety phi was Invented by John Maku- dent of this city , some iJmo ago. Its construction is very simplu , and it can bo ctl attached and littod to any cook and vulvo in ii.su on locomotive- boiler * . U can also bu used on stationary boilers anil the patentee will guarantee that in cusu of collision every cock and valvu can bo des troyed and bis attachment will pruvcnt the cscapaot Ktciuu mil ess thu boiler Is actually perforated. Thu attachment will tip il.s work. Suvural weeks ago Marlino- vieh it Co. bought a half intorust in thu ' pattern. Soon after Mr. MuUctlqn was1 sent ca t to nuiku arrangement lor thu manufuotitru of thu arliclu , mid ten days of alturwards a prominent railro.id man of of fered tivu tnnuit thu uinuuuttUut Martiuu- vicb iV ; Co. had paid. but IAYAIj M2GION. tnitittitltiK 'be Nebraska Ootiunanil- cry AtGi'Atnl Ilniuiiiot. About two monlhs ago , n meeting was held 1 by the lucmbilrs of tlie military order of the Loyal Legion of the United State ? , resident in the eily and Malo. to make ar rangements 1I 1I for ( deformation of n Nebras ka I coimuandcry of the order. Tito time for the institution of the com- maiidpry I has arrived , and to-doy the formal ceremony will take place. An do- gant banquet h to bo hold at Iho Paxton hotel 1 , at which it is o\peoled that about eighty comrades will be present. In all probability 1 the nll'air will bo thn most elaborate 1t1 of the kind ever held in Nebras ka. 1 Ceil. Winflcld Scott Hancock , the 1e commanilor-in-cliii'f of the Legion , has boon I. invited to prf < ! di on the oucasion ; 1I It 1 is probable that ho will be hero , though by 1i no means cei lain. In the event of hi * Inability i to attend , Gen Ducat , of Chica go , will probably represent him. On the llstof thee vv ho are to respond to toasts are Senator Maudersou. Congress man Horsey , Hon. Church Howe , Au burn ; ( Jen. Pnti child , of Wisconsin j On. Marshall , of MinnesotaJen. ( . Howard , ( Sen. Dandy , ( Jen. Carlin and others. Thu invitations are very taty and elegant , and were issued ] > ) a committee consist ing of Col Frederick , Lieut. Dudley , ( Jen. Hreck , Cant.Squires , Dr. Ludiugton and Surgeon mown. Mr. Savage , the com mander of the district , is absent , having been called to Hilton qnitn suddenly , and his duties will fall to Vice Commander llroatch. The mcmboHiln of the legion is re stricted to Iho ollirer.s or honorable e\- ollleers of the United Slates army. U Is n large ami nt the same time select organi sation and holds a proud rank among thu social organizations of the country. nAIMSOAT ) NOTKH. Tlio I > i c'liarKC l I'Velijlit llonxc Crew IteloMtntetl Note1' . Mr. Ott ol , Iho local Union Pacilio agent , was approached yesterday re lative tt > the complained of discharge of old freight house employes. " 1 did disclurgo a gang of ? ovcn mnii that is the foreman did and t approved thu order. The iv.i-on for this step wa.s .slalcd exactly in the HII : ; hist evening ; work Is falling oft' and wo tlo not require as many as wo have. I was unaware , however , that the crew dismissed com prised any old employes , but. investiga tion lias revealed tliat such is the case. The gang numbered seven men , two of whom hail served four years ami two and it half years respect iyuly and the others for terms averaging eighteen months. This morning 1 reinstated them and three went to work at once to bu fol lowed by the remainder within a day or two. Yel , T must dismiss Home men but 1 will make my selections among those of bhort service. " Messrs. Ha'uv Kugglo and Underwood , who wcru hero ycstordav spout a pleas ant social evening at tins 1'aMon last night with n number nt local railroadmen. W. U. Mackcnsie , the sl.itionery agent of the Union Paci tic , has gone on a trip east. George II. MoKlVain , traveling agent for thu Union Pfii'illo in Illinois , is in the city. city.J. J. T. Clark , general freight agent of the Chicago , bt. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha , will arrive tins morning. J. K. . Choale. superintendent of the Denver & South Park , wont west Tuesday night. Mr. James Uttmess , private secretary for ( iuicral Trallle Manager Kimball , his ; so far recovered from his recent attack of typhoid fever lo make brlet visits down town. The Union Pacific has issued new time card.s for its Idaho ami Wyoming divis ions. No important changes aru made. W. V. ( ! rillilt.s has returned from a trip to the west. On Friday no\t. Iho train of the third California oKciirMou given this season by the Union Paoiliu leaves here. Crystal A Mr. nml MrWni. . II. IJuller celebrated the llfteenth anniversary of their wedded lire tit their re-itlfiee ! , H1 ? Gslifori- ! } strcor/l'uc.Mlayevening A largo number of friemU woru present. The gifts , whicl woio mostly of glassware , were various nnd ooitly. . Among tlium a handsome lamp by Miss . Lottiu M. King , oval looking glass , Thomas II. Jones ; largo glass dish , Mr. iinil Mrs C. K. Duncan ; largo fruit dish , Mr. anil Mrs. Dr. Stuphuiison ; line des sert sut , J.unus Thomas ; fruit set , Mr. and Mrs. T , T. Walker ; celery dishes , Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomns ; picklu stand , 1) . S. Clenluns ; wine sut , Annie Chihls ; beautiful wax llovvor case , Mr. and Mrs Pitts , and other valuable pres ents by Mr , and Mr * . Scott Jackson , Miss Hmina Clinton , Mr. .1. M. ( 'ravens' , Mrs. George D.ckenson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simpson , Mrs. ( Joorgu W. Kcllngg , Mr. P. J. Williams , Miss Susie K , Nicketis , Mr. and Mrs. T A. Vinagar , Mrs. William Vinagar , Mr. and Mrs. L. . .Jolinon , Mr and Mrs. Charles P. A.shc , 1C. K , Overall , Mr. anil Mrs. Warren , Mr. aud Mrs. Lindsley , Mrs. J. Newman , Mrs. A. liar- dm , Mrs. D. C. Ulair , Mr. and Mrs. Wat- sou , I\lr. \ and Mrs. Alexander , Mr. G. M. Crump , Mrs. Stewart , Mrs Wyliu and Mrs. Johnson , Mrs. Loulso Oglesov , Mrs , U. K. Hill , Miss U. Simiolt , Mr. aiiti Mrs. D. T , Kogers , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. William Mortimer. Mr. David U. Jones and others , ll-'truslumsnts wuru in abund ance. Kuv. P A , llubburd wai with a good word for nil. Cody and Hullalo Hdl and Natu S.dshury were closuted together all yesterday after noon in private apartments at thu Millitnl hotel. They jmsitlvely denied iitlmlssioii to all visitors aud the Hying trips of thu bell boy trom thu room to the placn whuru refreshments aru kept , alone * iiulicatcd Unit the two distingul.Mied gentlemen were in council TUu plirposo of the meeting to roach soml ; ile/ljtito / agreement for next ! sejLson's niatrajfunient of thu "Wild West" show , iir1 which Mr. Salsburv is concerned , as well iis Mr. Cody , I'lie chief topie of dl.-oii > ion is thn show's projected tour of Kfiropu ausl ncaion. I'crsoniil ra rn ; ! ; plis. John D. Nchgli , of \ \ ' \ > $ t Point , H in the city . yesterday. 1 J Hon. Win. i' . Cody' ( Imfudo Hill ) , ifi at . thoMdlard. John Dnnnol/y / ytrlved from Chicago yesterday. O. F. Davis and wife returned from Iho east this morning. J. II Michoyuud wife , of Osceola , aru guest * at thu Millaid. Henry C. Smith , of Falls City , register. at the A til la rd lust evening , ( Jeorgo W. lltirns and wife , of Nebraska City , are guests at thu Pa\ton. Nil to Salsburv , Miss Nellie McHcnry and others of tlm "Troub.ulours , " aru at thu Millard. sf T. A. Andurst.n , Meatl ; C. F. Haylio , Ncligh ; A. L , Spuarman , Stiringlluhl ; D. Antlursou , Columbus ; KH 'Iqwluy. North J'lattu , ure at thu Canlluia. . . ImiUitioii is s.iiil tu bu the Kiiicere.it kind Hat lory. If this be bo , what a number llattorers St , Jap < > bs Od must ItavuV They acucimstaully trying to imitatu it. ulwuya fud. It alone cuniiuurs pain. CAPTAIN JOHN ERICSSON , The Ifnn Who BnlH the Monltor-A Great Inventor and Scion ti Go Hermit , Halo mid Hearty at tlio Advanced Ago of 80 , nnd Sitll Hard at AVork. Tlio publication In tlm December Cen tury of a p.ijtcr by Capt. Krlcson on the Monitor and its method of construction , recalls to mind that thn public hears very little these days ot Iho great Inventor , John Kric.sson. Ho is a scientific hermit who cares little for the world , and whoo world appears to have forgotten him. At . St. John's jiark in this city is a small , ' brick liotiso facing the southwestern end of the square. It is only distinguished from its neighbors by reason of an almost o.\ce sivo neatness nntl the mathematical precision with which the shades in the various windows are adjusted. A visitor in tlie noifthlKn'hood at 10 o'clock at night would see the door of this , little house open suddenly anil a man , apparently of 50 , witlt n stout llgurc and a ruddy face , trip lightly down the steps ami , reaching Hudson nlrccts walk rapidly northward. This man Is Capt. John Krie.s > on , Iho in- venlor of the screw propeller , the Moni tor , Ihu solar engine nnd a host of oilier famous contri vance * . Thoiiich ho looLs but fit ) , ho is in reality tm vcars old ; but having been as Huecesstitl in llnding a solution lor tlm problem how to live as how to overcome the lesl.stniico of tin1 siib-Mirront , he is en abled nt what Iv usually con.sidoivd to be an advaneo unddeeicpitold ago to work twelve hours a day , Sunday included , walk lo Central park and back , and withal preserve his mind unimpaired. Kiio.sson's mode of lift ) may be brielly stated. On rising in tin ) morning he mix bid skin briskly with dry towels , following which he takes a cold bath , in summer using crushed ice. Then ooine.sgvnmaslie ex ercise's of a vigorous description. When hi.s system has rceoveied i normal tent- pcrntiire ho breakfasts upon eggs , lea , and cour.-e brown bread. Then comes work , anil it. may ho supposed when litie-vson works it N to some purpose. lie resemble : . Ktlison in his natural in ventive instinct , his thorough originality , and his profound inditl'crencf , if not con tempt , for Ihe dogmas ( aid down by those ( earned gentlemen who havu spent a jife in the laboratory without aeeompli.shing anything beyond the generation ot new geiioially ir-clos compound * . . Hut ISries- son has im advantage over Kdi.son in Ihe fact that he received in early life a superi or education. Thus it is that , instead of being compelled like Kdison to work out the simplest problem bvaetnally handling Iho mctal , aeid.s and other ingredients , lie has but to take a pencil in his hand , ami perhaps a table of logarithms , and the thing in tlone. All hi.swork and this , as has already been Haiti , occupies twelve hours daily is performed at either the drawing board or the writing desk. It isle lo insular prejudice nnd the narrow-inind- cdnoKs of the Knglish in general , and the British hoard of admiralty in particular , tlmt tlds country owes the possession of an Kricxson. Coming from Sweden to Kngland he naturally enough became in- ( created in tlie marinu-ongineering projects then attracting attention. At thai time the pnddlo-wlicel for Ilio propulsion of vessels was new , and , although Iho im mense waste of power its HSU incurred seemed to make Iittlo improfsion among the engineer , it was. clear to Krie.s-on that it could never bo made to do elllcient work. Ho determined , therefore , to lind other means of forcing voxels through the water , lie succeeded. In 18 ; ) ? lie towed the Admiralty barge down the Thames at the rate ol seven nautical miles an hour with a , steam launch , vvheruin the oblique notion of the propeller was made to take Ihe plnco of the direct action of the paddle , ik-siih-.s utili/.ing 50 per cent moro of the power derived Irom tlio com bustion of coal than the paddle , it.was- .submerged , am } therefore , did not , like tlio paddle. , invite the assault of the sea. I5ut after several months' ' consideration of the subject these ingenious landsmen , tlie board of admiralty , decided that tlio u.-i- of the propeller wn.s impracticable , as it would interfere with Ihu stecrmg-"car tit . * ij " v a Mnp. D gusted at this result , Ericsson cnmo lo the United States. Hero his pio.joct wa.s greet lily soi/.cd upon by pract.cal men , nnd vessels which previously had been nblo to carry little cargo save the coal noces-wry to tlrive their paddlewheels - wheels , now packed the majority of their coal-bunkers with morchamlt 1. Singular- lv enough Krics = on delight * in knocking down itlolsj which ho ha- , once set up. Tints Im perfected the steam engine anil found now uses for it , and , this being done , he id once sol hiuwlf to work to lind a ma chine that should take il.s place nnnn-ly : the solar engine , which gathers anil stow.- , away the heat generated by the MID' * ' lays' . It .should bo said , however , that Kricsoii < only intended this to take the place of the steam engine where fuel ivm costly and water not to bu had , u-s , for in- niunco , in Upper Hgypt. Again , uflor r voliitioni/.ing marine warfare with his Monitor , ho is now hard at work perfect ing a "tl'-stroyer" that shall make ar mored warships its tisulev > as wooden one" . Capt. Krieison is : t widower ami childless. The fact that his father , ttn- ulcsiind brothers have been distinguished in their mitivt country for mental ability goe-s far to provn that John ICi'lcaion's genius is no abnormal growth , but tlm healthy product of a rani stouk which has in him reached its bent development Al though W years of ago ho is hub and hourly , nnd will doubtless jet give thu world many valuable inventions. JAY GOULD "REALLY GOING. Tlio Xmv York llroker Serious In JII3 Intention to Kollro. Now York IxitU-i- I ho Hartford Times : There is no doubt that Jay Gould ix pack ing up lo tpnt Wall street for good. Ilo has. been there for tvvcnty-livu years nnd though ho is not jet quite fifty , Im feels that ho ought to draw out anil take a rust. Wall street tloos not n.tem sorry to part with him , though it may nn.-s him when hogoos. Ilo Is by alt odds the ablest suhemer it has Icnoivn ami his suhcmas havu put money in a good many | H > ol > ets besitles Ids own , though they hnvi emptied n good many loo. The biMne.-s ol ( he brokeis has certainly been larger through ( ionld'.s operations tJiau it would Imvu been witlioub them. As he never wa.s a member of thu exchange , all b s hii.\nig \ and selling bus been done through otiiui.s .Tid the commUs tins lie has paid out have eeilninlv torined a hirgo ili-m in the 3imi total of Wall Direct brokerage. When his packing is done bo will InKo tivvjiy about hft.V millIons--tlMt is to y. $ , ' nil Ins assets will amount to about that sum. Ho won't really take it away , for hu will s'.Ol hold blocks ivprc.nontmg at least half of it pimcipdly ; Missouri 1'acillc , Manhattan ( elevated ) anil VVint ern Union. It has often been auid that Could i.s really worth IDO.OUU.OOO , but lids is undoubtedly an extiggt-ration If hi > is iiclnally worlh half it is the outside liguro , Amrit It a jiretty goodHhovvIng for levithantwinty'livt yetir work ovtr , , ( KXMK ) , ( ) a year. His Mtlo pttrtners , Hus- sell Sago and Cyrus W Field , will prob- ' nbl > miss him most when hu really t > top down anil out , n.s I liny Imvo been moro in timate v\ith him for ionictnno just than an > other men in the U-ocU I ) llie.v re tired , too , tlio t > tcp certainly would not bo regretted any moro than that of ( iould , who , with nil his faults and treks , has qualities < | tt1to Hi good us tbuil' L the lm > t , Ur AUD FARM. A horse , oven more than n hog. is liable to be overfed. With food before it all the time , it will keep picking it over and grow ptKir , w ilh its box always partly tilled. It is an excellent plnu to lind how much bores really require , aud then feed them jtift ? o much situl no more. Do not be ularnicd if cverj thing i eaten clean In the morning. That is the way it should be , yet always taking earo to give enough. ICnily tcnl Corn. Tlie advantages of the tleiit varieties of corn are so gi eat that It Is a subject of general regret t lint most , of the western varieties are too late for the eastern state * . Hut it is found that some varie- tie1' of dent , com originated in Minnesota , and have Milllciont earlincss to ripen wherever the common , eight-row etl yel low will succeed. The dent coins uro husked moro rapidly , the ears bear a larger proportion of grain to oob , and on ricn land many of the stalks bear Iwo or or moie cats. _ 1M 9. The Jersey rod swine are securing an enviable reputation in the west for hard- ! ini'ss. ' They are not line-bred animals , but for rouiih treatment are all the bettor for that. Their heavy eoat of hair pro- leets them from sun scalding1 in the sum mer ami against cUromo cold in winter. They continue growing for two years or more , and at this age make heavy weight hogs which are Javorites with vvcstein farmers. _ Onls. In : i trial of the Austrian oat bo ii"lo. other gotxl oats , the former .yielded more. tier acre , weighed heavier and stood up at Ica-d as well as other varieties. It is quite common for this variety to weigh forty or mom iiounds per bushel , anil as threshing is ijiihi for by measure , ami selling by weight. Ihu farmer has Ihu.sati-laetion of marketing more btuhvls than ho pays for threshing. _ Ilees. lco ? * do not hibetnato in the true seno of the term. They tlo not become totally inactive , but if activity bu not kept at a minimum , plenty ot air ami a strong veti- tillation must bu given. The temperature of the room when they are wintered should not vary miieh Irom 45 degrees. The temperature inside of the hive will always be higher than that outside. Sbecp. H is' frequently said that merino shoe ] ) aru light feeders compared with thu mut ton breetls. An experiment w-as made la.st winter at the Michigan agricultural college farm , whore live merino sheep , weighing ) ! ! . ! pounds , weru fed in one lot , ami Iho Southdown sheep , weighing 080 pounds , were fed in another lot. The effort was made to foeil just what they would eat clean. Although the Jot of SoulhdovviiH weru SMS pounds heavier in the aggregate , yet they consumed no more hay than the merinos. WJi n J ! hj WM tick , w p r li r Ciutmia , Wlicn bo was a ChlM , he cried for C'ajotl | , When aha became Mian , nho ulang to Cuatoria , Wlitn ilia ka < l ChtlJron , lie j ; ro thnia Cuatoria , 'J'lio I'Nrst linilroatl in Germany. The litty years hineo the IhM railroal was built in Germany expired on Uoecm- ber 7th. The road Mra.s called the iS'urn- hcrg-rurtb railroad , ami was in Bavaria. The length of the roatl was jiiit four miles , and it was upon thu Mrcnglh of a remark made by King Louis I. when upon one of his journeys Ihrough his Kingdom , "A railroad , " t-aul ho , "between Niirn- hcrg-1'itrth would bo a good thing : md could be easily constructed. " The same year the Havanaii imnirtcr , Count Armonsperg , advised the two cities to build the ro.ul ami orguni/.c a company for thai purpose. It wa.s not , however , until 188i ; that an invitation was issued for signatures to a Mock company * to buihl UK ; road , fn IS ) . " ) , under an engineer mini tl Denis , Hie roail was completed. The lirst train that started out was com- poM'tl of a locomotive and nine : * - J.,1. . . . .i- : ; . . . < . .i. . . , , . . . . puscn- .J.U. . . . tired pasiongcr.s. TlitTopenmg trip , le- comber ? th , lKi ; ! ! , look niiio minutes. The road proved a gru.it .success from the be ginning , Ihe net earnings amounting lo ? : ! , ( HKI tlie lirsl year. Tlie net earnings of the year 1881 amounted toJlMD. } Tim nuniLmr of pii cngors traveling over the road the Hist year umoiuitcd to I7.r > ,3ti. : Tim nmnliciin IKdl amounted to There is no attraction like a beautiful skin. I'o/.Koni's Complexion 1'owilcr gives it. _ _ \onilnntloiiH Soul to tln > SenrMo. WKIII vd-io.v , Dec. 1 . Tiio Bout the lolluvviia' noialuatloiis to tlie .loliu IHnelow , New York , to bo as sistant lic.iMiiorof tnu United States at New York ; | ' 'r.uiy. Slxcl. of Nuw Yolk , to bo pen- Hlon aijent at Novv York. PILLS 25 YEARS The Oreaten Madical Iriutn h of tlio AJJO ! SYMPTOWI3 OF A TQRPBD LIVER. JjOfKitl'nwi ilir , Iluirel coilivr 1'uln In the bcnil , > rllli n ilull icntntlun In Ilia back purl , I'ain UD-r Ibo ulioulder- lijude. Futlaeiii nfter oailiicri ivltb ailU > Incllnntlon to exertion of budr or mluil , lrrlmhllllrortrni | > cr , I.u > r HIIII | | , vrllli n fonlinirul'ljiiTliiu ncclcctcil HOIIIU ilut y , , Jl7ilue i , I'lullcrlui nt Iho I'earl. Dot * bclorulho ej'ei , Jluaduclia ter Ilio i It lit ytr , ltcillr n ss , ltU ( llful Urrnint , lllubly colnri'il LrlacuuJ CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S I'lliLtt nro r pr dally adapted to tunlj cuu.s , ono Uoau oiruct.1 enrli u eliaiiKonrri-Blliij.'Ht.tou.stunibliUioeatlVrcr. Thuyliicri-uiinlliu jl | ) i tllCi nil cauiutlio Ivxly tn ' 1'nUu ou I'Jruli , tliui ( h ( Tftcin ll iiotirUlicil.nnil \ iholr'f onlc Arllnn pa ( no IMucalHeOrunuti.lIr iilnr.StooUnro priwlncml. TrlrnUnr. I HKiirrn v HI..IV.V. lUTT'S EXTRACT 3/iBSAPARILLA / Ihu tuiljr , makt-a hvaltliy llfth , iM Iho ncjlc. rt'p.ilM thu wa-stiw of I'm system with | > uiv blnuct uuit Imnl iniikcl tone.i tint inT ou3 fcistt'iii , fiirUorut ! l thu bniia , ami imparts Ilu ) rigor of oiuulioud. HI. Sitlil hv i/rtiKiikW. Olf'lj'li : M 1"iirr-ir . . Now Yortf. I'lllMI _ IHtG MEDICAL"CO'.VBUFFALOi.V. ( tte Land of Oianges , Sunshine , antl Treplwl S.ensry , Ut 40ilOO.fett . , la Bilvei itrfMiltaauulu. livery maa , voraau and cblld ulioiUd own u lot. lilt : ' ) , dry , rollliiK land. No nwami-n , or malaria. Houfpt , utorid , hota'.alrculy ' built. Cavcrnltrainadally. 1'lvc-acie oranva ( rroru tiuctii , $ 00 each. A jJatof Ihe towu.tluiwIn Ftrtctn , ! church Blto . clvpot , du.&c. ; fklMtbunOnui o 0rove In tlytil brilliant colon ) , vllli clc' aut , 48aiaiIcHcrli > > Uvu Liookof ourtowti.atid ninny iirlnIcilll V ol ciTerCOOUnil pitrcliuur * . All 0 ni Fr o. 1'op- ration 7-V au < t tu > w arrtvalu wet-feli Itlf KU- tXcE. IfJi * . / / Oaklt-tl , Pica , Kallwial C | Ircoj Dunk. NPW York. Address , for full particulars H , UUW11Y. PBtSIOtNI , I7S Blto bWAY , NtW YORC uch OWffJI Clilt cu , llL > HlrcrNti ! < 'tuxi ria. ( DIR.ECTORY InRiirnnco. C. T. TA LOIl , Ajjciit NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO , for Xoliriwlin , Colorntto nml Wyomlnjf. OllUf. corner Illli nnd IXutpln * . tlm ( .oi'iilAr TinitiMii ptHolf ) . ever t M Flro Insurance. 'n.n , v A GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS , 111 Poiith Thlrtrontli Street , Tcloitiono | Xn f > 3 Noitlicrn A IIIRIICO ( > ) . I > ni1nn. Kn lnnil. Orli'iit liKiirmico Co , , llnrtfonl , ( Viiin. I'nloii lnmrniii ) d > . , SMII rrnnrlco , IMI. Nnllonnl I'lro ItisiiriuieOL'o. , lluitftint.t'onn I'liciiiiiD'xl'tind ln Co. , Sun I'lniict'co , ( . ' .il. x n. i Oonornl Agent Provident Savings Life Assnrance Co , of Now Yetk. 107 South Kmirleetilli Street , Oinnlin. Clioninit lti tirniicfi ever ollproil IM iin"old line' itiinpnnv. Artunl nxoinin ycmly ixut tliiilnc the ciilcndnrjp-tirs Is l , IS. ' I nnd ISS , ' > , nt KK' K , for Jln. ( W , wnd JSU17. DRY GOODS. , f. C. KXBWOM ) , Dry Goods , Tlirt rfopftnt hr * roriier tnro.Kt < t nnd Cum- Injr Mn t't . linn Jnvi in > cn OIWIKII w Ilh n RWipral Ktni'k of Mnplo nnd fnni'.v dry t'oixU , IxioU.ihoori hnt . fiiM. | irlovtM , woikhiR clotliiM. nml n mil linn of tiiidrivlothln . The host iimIH | } ' nnd the Ion r.tt pflct'ii. Oill nail < .uf. " " MILLINERY K. KICIIT , Milliner , At .D Ninth t. , Imltilnarn tlnlvlinr lm liir i In inlllliu'ry unit Tiinoy KOOI- ! * , mid Hl o Ix-cpsu mini bcr nl ciniiloj t' < " < luiHj'on ludlps pull < < nnd duf-niakliiK. rnMiloniitili' ' and .HI\ll-h k' ran tie hiul nt Mrs. KlithtV lor n vni.v lou- A trlnl tinier sntisdos nil uiul wen tea | iitri iuiso. MISS. II. M. KINO , Millinery Goods , ror nnythlntr In the nillllnory mid fnnry Roods llnojon cnnnot tlo lK > ller tlinn to pntn < nlo Mrs. M.M. ICinfr.SinCiinilnffSt. ' ( fin tntosr Myliw.lho int > st.luuiilltul ) woik mid Ihe vt < iy ] ( iwc-t GROCERIES. ALIJUUT H. SANDKKS , Grocery&CrockeryStore I the jitniti forlhupfdpliiof Northwest Onmlin to IruUo tioc-itiKsO It N ronlrnlly hH'iitod. ut the corner ol ( ? iiinlntj nnd Saniiilersit. . Thu stouk Is thu best unit thu prices us clump us nny. WEINUUT & MUI.LKtf , Grocers , This ( Inn rnrrlos n cliolco fro h slock nnd docs n IniilncxM on ( tin pinullost pnillln. uiul IICIKMI It lm n hlfT tnido. Hnj your proucrlim nonr hnmnninl not a inlloorlwo invny. VoTX \ > Cum- Ingrtlruot. 11KXUY UOLhN V CO. , Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries riold mid Onrdon Hnods. Souh\T' ( > t corner IClh nnd thtlllurnla Ktruota. K. GOLDSTKIX , Groceries , Fruit , Feed. Bprclnl tlrnlor In iionllrj'nod nil I , ImN of gmnn OjMCftl III MUIM > II. ( illOiU dollVelttil flOO 111 Illl hutiir. H. Goldstein , Till So. tilth mieel. WHAT , & . UmillfcNS , IMIeeit IDwdetrl et Fancy Groceries , Flour , Eeotl , Etc. Poultry , Kivwh lluttor nml BJTIM ft J > ocl Ily 'Ihis Drin lia-i IOIIK iM'i'ii nolt'd us thnloiiillnir ono In their line tor thu Ihhd uiird Undo. Alwiiy-ibn H'nui.'lii uud nil to the Unit's with iilnnty urn/- " vtlilnw tlmt I.MKOOI ! Iciipl coiisUinllx hi kiot'li / unm llktth u.ut IU IUM mtfftnt , GENERAL STORES. 1' . M. IIAUK&UO. G-eneral Store. Tills hoiii-oliiroNhiw your poods nonr homo , ll > oulhi > ln HiiiiUi Oiiuilui. t > o thul wlion Jtm KOI n wrooB.nl/ti In u luuiii tililninoy oru btitmif piniiid of butter , yon wont l > f torcinl to WlllU uillu unit Hot run ovur hv Ihe cur-i - \ " icit \ ox. elmiiKeti. 11 0 IU ) ju * ; ; js 8. Jtli Ht. r , . o. Kxn\voin. \ At tlio Ilonil of Bt. Mury'n. . Avcnim , IS hnoli u lively | IIIIK ! ) In Dry G-oods , G-roceries Jltuis mill lliinlwnrii , thul ho It , iihont l < > hull I iiiidiliei lot oCMonn 10 iivcoiniiKiilalo his rnplM I ) Ineic-.isliiK Iriul' VVIial K" < nl H II O In them In n man KOliWtt nillonwiiy I nun ulioro liollvoslo liny , when nmro-'orvluoiililiiitnd niueh olionpor ( .omlsouii I/O lioiielil llKht nl liniiitiJTIitiri1 (1 ( nouu ; IIDIICO Ihuroiii roiiaun for .Mr. Kuowoiil'a proHfiorlty. TI-II3 ItTJBVV House Furnishing Store Cor IGtli and Donarlns Htrcot. M. M.t t rocolvnd H now utock of EnvlHli ilooo- ruled \\uiolii INI Hold nl the lollowinjr piiuutt TIM RfltH , M pIcmM , f. ' y\ Toilet M'ttn , M idfct'8 , $ ! Ilniiw l.ll > r > try IJOIIIM , Jrnin .ft ! M up HiMMllnll liuiiH | , liom mini , nnd u numliorof urikkw nt voiy low I' DOOK STORES- OJfAlIA I'UUUSm.VC CO. Booko and Stationery , 117 N. ICIU Mroiit , Ilrlluloua hot DRUGS. PrescriptionsPerfumery , I'ATKNT WKDIt-'lXKS , U'i'U. HKHUImntliSt. Coiner ctoro. Hull. W.M. ( II.ADISH , Tor. liMl'uand ) I 'Hi .si i iv Is , Dfugs , MGdicioes and Chemicals Ilknuy nml loilcit uilklo : < , Itilly coinpir.iiiih'd , mid oitluiK uii nuu l wnU mil mid ilhpiiU'li. t/ur / tlovk nl incUiuluu U louii'lclo ' , vritiiHiilixl Konuliiu nnd of thu It tiuiilllyWJ. . WHITEHOUSE , icit. ANM m sra h. I'niiilM , ( Ill-i nnd SiHtlonnry. Hnrcku I'lli tilllll'l ' Ml < IICVO | > lllllo. 1'llCO U'fii \ \ \ HlUWIUnJ.