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THE O3TAHA DAII/Y BEE : SATURDAY , AUGUST 28. 1886.
FOR GEN , GARLAND , ii An Answer to the Famous Gr < m-Bill Filed by the Attorney General- JUMPING JOHN ROGERS REPLIES. JTnll hying Somewhere Many Persons Itadly MUcd Ul > in tin ; I'an-KIca- trie lJiislncs--A ) Response rrom 'tt'ny Hack. Kcspondlng I" Com WAIIHXIVIOV , AIHJU-.I 27. The answer of J. Harris Uogers to Attorney ( lonoral < ! ar land's cross-bill In tno iiilt of the former against Garland for dnnnges growing out of tlioelccUleconlroversv. was llled In tlio su- jireinccouitot tliu District of Columbia to day. Holers denies all these allegations Intended - tended to support the defendant's iiravcr lor n "dissolution" of tlio Pan Klcctrlc Telo pliono company. The rcsiiomlcnt dunlcs that- lie ever Hold any stock contrary to his ngiee- inont and pronounces the allegations , which nccuso him of n violation ot the contrnct , wholly untruu. Ho de nies that ho ws ever bound by contract or promise tn iluvoto himself to tliu IHSI foctlon or any Invention , but never theless did toll In his laboratory incessantly lor the company while tliey contributed nothing , except that , "equally with himself , " nit the defendants paid somu pitiful .sums to mechanics , etc. , ho always advancing his ratio of four-tenths of the money and In Borne Instances all when defendants were Bhoit. He denies that ho ever "nrocured many false and malicious statements to bo published In tlio piess. both as to the defendants nnd conipanv. " The respondent admits , as set forth In Garland's answer Almt he Is whollv "unreliable , " It It Do meant /that / corrupt politicians rely on him to cooperate - ' operate with them in various designs to lun the patent oillco and the doonrtmont of jus tice ; but If It be meant tliat honorable men cannot lely upon him ho denies the allega tions. The respondent further donles tlio Justice , propriety or expediency ot dissolving or "winding up the Paii-Klectilc" company , f of which purpose It is sought to inako de fendants answer a cross bill and the respond ent advises the court that such dissolution would bo disastrous to till paities concerned , except delondauts , whoso stock Is really property of the respondent ; that It would entail hioinudhiblo losses on tills respondent , on a hiuulrcu Innocent Btockholdor In the patent company , and also in Hiiboidlnato eompanle.s whoso stock has been sold in many cae.s to widows and 01- phans , and their money transleried to the pockets of Defendant ( Jai land. The respond- out fuithcr submits lo tliu court that when defendant plves us his reason for such "dis- solutlou" tliat ho wishes to net rid of the rpspondcnt , that ho con- tiadlcts his own statement to-wlt : Said complainant , as defendant is informed and oelltives , and so ebaigos , has sold or dis posed of n laigo pait , If not his entire inter ests , In said joint property and has realized JNO.OOO or 550,000 for the same. The respon dent therefore submits that the pretext aforesaid for "dissolution" Is n iiiero sham conceived In nmtlco and born In falsehood. Hu further submits that said I'an-Klcctrlc Telephone company is no party to this cause. Finally respondent submits that all the allegations of the defend ant In llmtbchalt are Intended to support the inonstioiis pioceedlns as aforesaid , were not only untrno nnd reckless in the extreme , but most impertinent and scandalous. I'UIUjIG I'KlNTKlt APPOINTED. A "rtat" Employer to Probably Suc ceed S. 1 * . Hounds. WARIUNOTOX , August 27. ISpoclal Telo- grain to Ilni : . ] Although It is not definitely Known hero that the president has actually appointed Thomas E. Benedict , of Now York , to be public printer , there Is reason to i w tl > ollevo that that gentleman has been offered IJ 'tlio ' position and that lie will receive his com- 1 mission and assume the duties of the ofllco by the 15th ot September. It has been looked upon as ccitaln up to the present time that the president would appoint Gen. Win. F. JiOgcrs , of .Buffalo , to this place. Rogers is ' nn old printer , has an excellent knowledge of the piactical woikings of the business , : uul furthermore , In spite ot the denials made by the friends of the president , there Is eveiy icason to behove that Ilogors withdrew from the concessional race nnd left the field clear to Dan Lock- wood two years ago with the distinct nndcistandlng that he was to bo provided for. In the last six months ho has been hcuo two or three times , lie has had several consultations with the president , and the last time tliat he went away ho left the impression that ho was to have the place. 13ut the Buffalo man has very little chance with tliopresent administration , and it is doubtliwj true that thn president has decided to appoint some one else to this position , in Bplto ot the pledges which Dan Lockwood and other democratic leaders of Buffalo in it'll t have bad two years ago. The employes of the government printno ! ; ofllco are very much worked up over the al leged appointment of Benedict , not only be cause t her kix > w bo will make a gt cat many changes , but also for the icason that hois ' wild to bo a non-union man and to have been encaged In conducting a "rat" oflice. Publiti Printer Appointed. . Niw VOIIK , August 27. [ Special Telc- Rram to the UKK.J The World's Washington special says : It seems now that a public printer has actually been selected and al ready has his commission in his pocket. Contrary to almost every expectation General llogors , of Buffalo , has been thrown aside nnd Thomas Benedict , of Albany , who be came a close friend of Cleveland when the latter went to Albany as governor , has been chosen , 1'ersons conversant with the situa tion and having knowledge of the combina tion , say that the second day after the presi dent arrived at the Adirondack's ho made out tliu commission ot Mr. Benedict. Ap pointment Is to take elfiut September Ifith. Minm.KTOW.N. y. 1' . , August 27. The Itllonvlllo I'rc&s announces that Its former editor. Deputy State Comptiollor Thomas K. .Benedict , nns been tendeied by the piesldont nnd accepted tlio position of public printer at 1 Waahlngton and will assume the duties at once. A Troitty With Mexico. "WASHINGTON , August 27. [ Special Telegram - , gram to the Jim : . ] A. well kept diplomatic nnd executive seciet , to which Interest is Bivoii by the possibility of a request being made by the United States for the surrender . by Mexico of Mondragon , the mmdcrer of Jlasui-os , for trial In this country , is the fact that a special extradition tieaty between the 'United States and Mexico is npw awaiting .Jlnal action by the Mexican congress , having been accepted with amendments by the ' United States MMiatc In .lunoof this year. The treaty piovlde ; . that the suirender to cither country by the atithoilties of tun other Bhall bo discretionaly with the executives , whenuver notorious crimes have been com mitted. TJils tieaty , although approved by the nations , Mill lacks the final Mexican aunrtlon to lender It operative. Tlio only slijnllicanee of the tieaty is , the Indication ot disposition on the pait of the United tUrtcs to maintain such relations with Mex ice , Mexico already has this authority tn surrender notoilous criminals , buttho United KlMi'ii has no such power without this treaty. When Mexico has voluntailly miirendeied Bitch piisoiieis , the United States has only au- repted the action \\lth an understanding tliat ) io obligation to revlprocato wainvolved. . Aldermen Chnrjiwl With ni-lliory. CHICAGO , August 27 , Direct charges ol brlboty were to-day piofencd against Alder men Appleton and Midler , of the Second ward. Tlio charges aio piefoned by Dctec- tivos Cojrsgrovt ! and Palmer , of the central force , wlio claim the nldermen olfercd thorn S500 not to press tliu suit against S. Andrews , a pawnbroker charged with recolvliiK btoluii goods Unowlngly , Andiu\\ Is a con stituent ot the aldermtMi and brother of the notoiions "Original" Andiows. now serving , n term In Jollct tur the x wo ulfonso. LAHOU Axn POLITICS. Henry flcnrga XVnntn Tlilrty Thousand Votes For Now York's Jluyornllty. Xi.w YoitK , August 27. [ Special Tele gram to the HKK. } Delegates from nearly every trades union In this city crowded Cliirlndon hall last nlehtat n conference held theie by those members ot trade nnd labor associations who propose to take nn Inde- IKmdent st.ind In politics nnd nomlnato their own candidates fora number of inniicl- pal olllcea which \\lll become vacant this fall. .James I1. Archibald acted as secretary and .John McMackln presided. Aiclilbnld opened btisliicss by annoiinclng that ho had received a communication from Henry George In answer to an Inquiry lie ( Aichl- bald ) hail made as to George's willingness to accept the nomination of mayor. Geoige's letter said that it Is nowhoic moio necessary than In New York to make munlclp.it mat ters mraii oonicthing more than a struggle for oflice. Xow York's highwavs , docks nnd sanltaij aiiangemenlaaro Infeilorto those of llrst classs Huroean | cities. The preat ma < < s of her people must live In tonamcnt houses , packed closer than people are any- wheioclseln thu world , Hero the people , sueli as thuy aie , are beyond the reach of most ol her poor. Hundreds of thousands of her children IIml their only plavgionnd In the stieots. Thermit body of her citizens have , therefore , a deeper Interest in her gov- eminent than the question whether tins or that set of politicians shall divide the spoils , lleio In America monstious wealth nnd monstrous want mnko their most shocking contrast. In America the b.illot is the only Instrument of reform. George goes on to say : "Yet , before 1 can accept the nomination , 1 wNIi to have It cle.uly shown that tlio workliiginon of Now York meant mo to boa cnndldato , and will suppoit mo with their votes. I have no dread ot lindlni ; invM'lf In a mlnoiity , but enough of so-called labor movements have proved failures that It scorns to mo that the only condition onvhlch It would bo wlso In a labor convention to nominate mo , or on which I should bo justllied In accepting such a nomination , would bo that at least thirty thousand cltl/.ens should , over their signatures , express their wish that I should become a candidate and pledge themselves to go to the polls and vote for mo. " The demand tor ISO.OOO votes somewhat tlab- bwgastcd the labor politicians , but the main p.u tot the audience cheered loudly. John Bealm , a br.iss woiker , said the laboring classes would be benefited by bringing tlio land question into locnl politics. The labor ing man was tiodden upon by corrupt politi cians , lie continued , and cited Squire and Klynn as examples. Not only would BO,0H ( ) men sign a request tor Gnoigu to become a candidate for mayor , but would put a 81 sub scription behind their names. A number of committees wore- appointed to rcpoit at the nextmeetliiL' , which will be held on Septem ber ! i. Postal ugust 27. [ Special Tele gram to the HKI.J : Herbert Uoltonborg was to-day appointed postmaster at Hay Springs , Sheridan county , vicoMrs. Af. S. McCall , re signed. The following Nebraska postoflices were established : Biule , Keith county , 1. T. Mor gan , postmaster ; Dolphin , Knox county , John Dolphin , postmaster ; Elllston. Keith county. Jas. W. Cair , postmaster ; llawloy , Blalno county , Cora Pitt , postmaster ; Mas- cott , Hailan county , Geo. lj. llutchinson , postmaster ; Mason Oily , Ouster county , Gco. W. Hunyon. po.stmastci ; Myrtle , Lincoln county , D.xvid Biunk , postmaster ; Kyodale , AntelopoeountyFranklin Mooiopostmaster ; Wabash , Cass county , Stephen Fish , post master ; Wauneta , Chase county , Chas. A. Fisher , postmaster ; Welch , Knox county , Andrew Christen.sen , postmaster. The lollowing postolliccs were dHcontln- ned : Augustus , 1/ogan county ; Bishop , Tierce enmity ; Ment/er , Meinclc county ; Koilly , Wheeler county ; Snlcville , Shenmui county. Win. Myers was to-day appointed post master at Dumo.itli , Marion county , Iowa , vice Chas. Applln , resigned. Ocnora ! Drum's I'osltlon. WASHINGTON , August 27. [ Siieclal Tel egram to the liii.J Tiiero is a great ; deal of feeling 4n mllUaiy clixjlos over the action of the piebldent in designating Adjutant , Gen eral Ditim to be acting sccretaiy of war in the absence ot Kndlcott By this act thopicsi- dent places Drum in control of aff.iir.s over thohcud of Meutenant General Sheridanand thereby gives an inferior officer , two grades below the highest military ollicer in the Uni ted States , authority to sot asldoany qrdeis which ho ( General Sheridan ) may issue. This is the lirst time slneo theie was a gen eral of the ai my that the acting secietary of war has been so appointed as to out rank his supei ior ollicer for the tlmo being. Hereto fore when the secretary and lieutenant gen- eneral have been away , the ofllcor designated to act In place of the secretary has held the position only until the return of one or the other. In tills instance General Drum acts as secietary until the return of Kiulicott. in spite ! ot the taut that Sheridan Is again at his oost. A Sinter Humect to Death. CINCINNATI , August 27. Sister Eulalie , supeiioress of the Immaculate academy , Nowpoit , Ky. , was burned until she died this morning. She was recovering from an attack of typhoid fever , niid was trying to take mediclno this morning , when the mos quito netting caught lite. Shu endeavored to escnpo from the room , but could not. When the tire was extinguished the woman was badly burm-d. She died in two hours. She was widely known In the Catholic chuich. A Ijittlo IJIiuidcr. COI.UMJIUS , ( ) . , August 27. The case of Allen O. Myers , charged with perjury by W. S. Cappullar , was continued to-day until Monday noxt. Myers claimed there was a blunder , and that he did not intend having Cappellar arn-ted for bribery. The bribery case ot Myers against Cappnllar is also set for next Monday. Myers will probably not appear to prosecute. . . Congressman Springer Surd. Si'UiNUi'iir.r : > , Mass. , August 27. John S , Bradford , assignee of the old SDrlnglield Sav ings bank , has begun suit against Congress man William M. Springer for 810,000 , to re cover a loan claimed to ho made to Spilnger years ago , with Interest thereon. Senator Kvarts' Condition. WINDSOU , Yt. , August 27. The condition of Senator Kvarfa Is Improving. Ho rested well the greater part of the night and Is able to take light food. Hoot and SIiou Dealers Full. BUFKAM ) , N. Y , , August 27. A general assignment of Mortimer M. Mable , boot and shoo dealer , was tiled to-day. The prefer ences aggiegated 821,000 , An Incendiary J < 'Uo. NEW OitLKANs , August 27. Bayou Sara burned this morning , The total loss is esti mated at § 118,000 : t'vo-thlrda insured. Un doubtedly incendiary. ; Pour People Drowned. CINCINNATI , August 27. A skiff contain ing blx young men was upset in the Ohio river to-night. Four were drowned. NclirnMcii and Iowa \Vontlicr. For Nebraska and Iowa ; Local rains , neaily stationary temperature , Notice. Tlio now term of the Uormau-Anicri- can school commences Monday Sept. ( Ith. Funmts ituumlini ; to send their chi- ! . on to the institution please notify Mr. UHI Andres , cor. 8tli and Ilarnuy sts. . I'erMr , F. A. Siiotlirminn , cor. 12th and I'hujrlas. Tonns for iiibtruotion have or n roiluucd to ? 5 , Jand $7 respectively Doquai-tor. II. KIISSLER , iJO'J Socrctnr.y , Just received the linast and largest stock of Pianos and Organs over broii"ht to this city. Will sell them on. eisy and time. EmioLM & EWCKSON. iti : is BnowN's PAKK ? Taint your roofs with I. X. L. Sluto Paint. Leave orders at oillco , Uoom U , over ( Jomrunrukil Nulionul Bunk. PICKED UP ABOUT THE G1TY , Preparations TOT the Opening of the Great Omaha Pair , THE INTER-STATE EXPOSITION. Ijlcittonnnt Torrcy's Medal Whore Is llio Mnrdl Grns ? Ollicer lllooin Hurt The Peddler' * * Case Other I/ocnl News. The Gront Pair. Tlic work of preparation of thu Umnh.i fair is | ) regressing sulisfuctorlly. Daily tlio accommodations of the grounds is Increased and the last touches of puint nml whitewash nro being put to the sta bles , houses , gramlslaml anil fence rails. As n consenuc'iico the whole interior looks Hko anew place , and will so im press tlio thousands who are oxpcctuil to visit it. Tlio list of attractions , indo- pondunt of tlio speed entries , were never equalled in this part of tlm country. They will comprlso novelties which will bo warmly appreciated by ororybody. In addition to the trottin'g , running and pucinir races which take place on Mon day , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday , Friday and Saturday , the management Imvo nlroady secured both Harrv Wilkcs and Phyliss. These steeds will trot on Thursday for the enormous pnrso of fJ.OOO , with $ . " 00 extra for the minimal who uiakos U:18. : Kvcry hour brings entries of all kinds of stock : uul exhibits , so much so that : U the present tlmo , there are tnoro features recorded than were over hufora at tire same date in advance of any fair in this state. Strangers and exhibitors from Iowa are already hero , who bring with them the nssiiranoo tlmt Iowa , for a hun dred miles from the Missouri river , will give hearty stmport. \V. llondursnn , Esq. , president of the Dawcs County Agricultural society , ap plied lor space yesterday to Secretary Wheeler for exhibiting the entire agri cultural Buetion of tlio Dawcs tair at Omnhu. When one considers that. Dawes county is on the frontier , it is really plucky in the farmers and doubly plucky to niovo an entire section to the Omaha fair. Th ( > Dawes county fair'occurs at Chadron on August ! } ( ) , 31 nnd September 1. Air. Mundernon is n promintint oitl/yn of Dawes county and will bo here on September ( i and ensuing days. Lieutenant Havens , oFtho government survey , used to say that tlio wondrous country known as the "bad lands , " of Deadwood country , those great plains pf ashy deposit were the richest lieids in America for the htudent of geology. It is a pleasure , to know that \V. H. Mnstpn. Esq. , of Hot Springs , D. T. , lias notiiied Secretary Wheeler that lie will exhibit at the Omaha fair. His collection cohiprisos a magnificent display of petrifactions of various kinds , and chrystali/.ed geologi cal formations. Those should prove an interesting btudy to bcientilically inclined visitors. L. A. iirnndhocfcr. Esq. , of Ogallala , writes Secretary AVhealor that "Keitli county will bo on hand at the great Omaha fair with an extended list of sam ples from the Sahara of tlio west. SSiivo of for . " It don't plenty space us. seem to make any diiToronce how tar it is they are all coming. TOUUBY'S BREAST Will Wonr the Modal of First Marks man In This Department ; The department rille contest at Bollc- . vue came to a close yesterday , after four tlays' ' hard and close competition. It re sulted as had all along been foreshad owed in the selection of Lieutenant Tor- rey as the leader of the team. Private Stone and Private McKenzie were selected as alternates. They will accompany the team ( the first twelve names mentioned below ) to Ijcavcnvvorth , and take the place of any member of the same who may be incapacitated or dis abled prior to or during the division the competition. The team and alternates , with the score of each man , is as follows : Total. 1. Lieutenant Torrcr. Sixth Infantry. . . . 4CO 2. Lieutenant Kerr , Seventeenth infan try . . . . . 470 S. Lieutenant ( iarrard. Ninth O.valrv.101 4. Corooral Kelly , Sixth infantry . 454 5. Corporal Annis , Twenty-first infan try . 4M 6. Private Jlollman , Twenty-Unit infan try . 44T , 7. Sergeant Kelly , Sixth intantry . 445 b. Private Klliott , Second infantry . 444 0. Sergeant Koilly , Sixth infantry . 442 10. Sergeant Lewis , Seventh infantry. . . 441 11. Seigcunt Stevens. Seventh infantry. . . 440 12. Sergeant iloien , Seventh infantry. . . . 43S ATTI.VUANTS. : 1. Private Stino. Seventh infantry . 437 2. Private McKlnzle , Seventeenth In- iantry . 43'J ' Grand total . 0,29s The medals will be awarded to-day. Those going down on the 920 : ' train can witness the presentation , and will see the beautiful range fully equipped. The band of the Second infantry will bo in at tendance and an address will bo deliv ered by General Brock. WIIKUH IS MAHDI OKAS ? 1'coplo Looking for a Mooting to Pro- pnro for It. What has become of the young men who undertook to inaugurate a manli- gras parade in connection with the last Omaha fair ? They started too late to make as good a showing as they doubt less desired to make , but oyon then , they would have acquitted themselves credit ably. Tlio bad weather , however , com pelled them to abandon the project. They did so reluctantly , however , but with the understanding tliat they would again undertake the enterprise ) at tlio fair which commences on the Oth of next month. Thus far it is not known that they have done anything in the promises , and yet the time in which to prepare , witii dual attractions in the way of u fair and exposition , with paved romls in every direction , and with the facilities for the giving of electric light upon the streets forilluiinnting pur- pa-vos. thu chances of a successful pageant are inimitably greater than they were a year ago. A manli gras turn out , such as contemplated , would retain thousands of people in town aver night and thus insure a nice return to the local trado. Tlioro are six hundred young folks in town who could control horses , besides the other features of manufacturing and mercantile chariots and lloats which might bo placed in lino. Many are ready to go into the enterprise and are waiting for a mooting to bo called. T1IK FIU3T K.Vi'OSiTION. Omaha's Now Undertaking ; Already Crowded With Curiosities. Manager Liningor , of the Inter-Stutfi exposition , wants it distinctly understood Hint those people who have contracted for enaco at the forthcoming show must come and get it into condition in timl' for the opening on next Saturday. ' Ho says he would also like to ha\'Q them un derstand that the fahow commences pn Saturday , nnd not on Monday. Uoioro the latter day , everything must bo in readiness. Visitors who expect to ( is up their exhibits at the last minute must dose so in a hurried manner and cannotthuro- fore , make the com"pl to display which the. management * neots | ! and which nearly everybody proposes to mako. Already the ujbrc. prudent ex hibitors , from ' Voth at homo and abroad , fop getting their space into condil'tom uml work has been commenced upon aimimbcr of unique lit tie structures in wliiclt displays will bo made. The dlllicn % h not to get people to put goods on cxMbiUon , but to accom modate nil who dcsiro&o to do. There is not enough room , t-vim wlion the annex nnd the gallorlos nil around thu building nro included. This fact will bo apparent to all who attend the exhibition. The general ndihiSsion price will bo ilft.y cents The exViokmon opens on thu Saturday before trip Omaha fail. It is situated irr tlio magnificent exposition building err the northwest corner of Cap : itoi avcnno and Fifteenth streets. It is the first thing of Urn kind over held In No- Hraska , Visitors from abroad can easily attend it and the Omaha fair on thu same day. Horse cars pass the door , and cars 111113' be taken thence to the fair grounds. The cxpoiilion will be open by night as well as by day , and with the attractions of tlio theater and other shows will en able people from outside the city to spend a pleasant day and recreative night in tlio city. TALKS WITH TIlAVBLKKS. Short Intcrvlnws Gathered In the Hotel Itotundas. MttjorMcAittry , DtiMoiiifs , la : " 1 may mow to Omaha yet this year , as it seems to bo the only city in this section that furnishes a field of labor for contractors , Everything is quiet in DCS Alolnos at present , us in fact it Is everywhere in Iowa. The UKI : itt making lorn of friends among the foreigners in our state on the strength of its recent addition of the Now York Herald cablegrams. It was a great stroke of enterprise , and wo who are especially interested in the stirring evnnt.s that are going on across tlm waters fully aiipreciato it. It is worth more than the pri"o of the daily to get .Justin McCarthy's ' weekly letter reviewing - ing the situation. Now of that charac ter is valuable , and thu HKI : is the only paper that ft nislios us Iowa readura with it. " IF.-I. Dobson'at ] \ < rtoo : "I came over through central Iowa the other day and the crop outlook in that region is sicken ing. Along the line of the Diagonal from Dos Moines to Cedar Falls , but lit tle or no rain has fallen since early in Juno and the fields of grain are dry enough to burn Nebraska farmers have no-reason to grnmblo for they have been favored more than their neighbors this year. " I' . l. C. Stevens , Jliclimoml , Ind. : [ Mr. Slovens is general wcstoin agent of the Richmond City Mill company , and has just selected Omaha as his headquarters. ] "I Lave just returned from a trip through Dakota and Iowa and have put in a big mill at ICimbal , DakVftiul onunt Do Seta , In. The reports of jJajnjigcd wheat crops in Dakota have becutgreatly exaggerated. The crop will not be1 Heavy but in most sections will average , well , the wart that has been already thfcshpd yielding from eighteen to twenty-four bushels to the aero , of a good quality. The crop in Iowa will be , I tn.mk ; fully up to the standard of last your. " ' ' r < nip Van Winkle. Thq Joe Jeft'orsofi1 party occupied the Pullman car EvansUm 'last night bound for Denver , where. Jthcy'opun on Monday night in the old bu'titiver welcome "Hip. " The troupe is nnusnnUy strong this year , aiy } th ps.g. who we Vwcstward last night . .vifcro. Josouh Jcfl'oraonfwtrs , Joseph Jef- tcrson1 ; "Joseph .Ml'iii'sbn , 'Mr. . , Thomas Jcfler.son , Edward Va'rrc'yGeorge Don- ham , W. A. Whittakor , ' Lin Hurst , George Lynch , Henrietta Vadcrs , Cornelia - nolia Jackson , ( nee Jofiereon ) Mrs. Walter Collier , Mrs. Leslie and daughter , Mrs. Foster and daughter , and May Wolcott. Mr. JelToi > on is in excellent health and fully pre pared for the successful season that is sure to bt ! the reward of his superior merit. Ho will introduce no now play this season , but will roam through the Catskills as for years and years he has done to the delight of the millions. Occa sionally ho will appear in the "Cricket on tho" Hearth , " but Hip will bo his mainstay. From Denver his trip will be to Kansas City , the south and east , lie fears. Terjr much tliat he will not be able to appear in Omaha this seaon , although he may possibly have that pleasure. Building Pormltn. Inspector Whitlock issued building permits yesterday as follows : , Thomas Shaska , 1-story frame cottage , South Nineteenth street , near Cas- tcllar 8 600 Win. Seinis , ! i-story frame residence. Twenty-second Lake 2,500 Thos. It. Nelson , 1-storv tramo cot tage. Miami between Twenty-hfth and Twenty-sixth 500 John A. Swobe , 2-story frame barn , Ueaigia avenue between 1'acitlc and Popploton 800 J. A. .Johnson. 1-story frame cottage , Cedar between Second and Fourth streets 50D A. Klas-son , 1-story frame cottage , Cedar between Second and Fourth streets WO Anton Cajoi , C-story frame store and dwelllmr , 001 Pierce street 1,300 John F. Holt , l- tory frame cottage , Chnrlesstieot between Thirtieth and Thirty-first 800 John Christophscn , one and a halt- story framecottago , Smith Eleventh between Martha and Castellar streets 1,500 Nine permits aggregating S 8xx : ) A Woolen Mill I'or Orimlin. Certain Omaha business men are in corresijomlonce with the Knoxville Woolen Mill company , of Knoxville , 111. , who dcairo to I'omovo their plant to Omaha. Thu mill at present is doing a thriving business , giving employment to over two hundred workmen , women and boys , but the proprietors desire to got a more advantageous1' location , and have picked upon'Otnajm. Inducements in the shape of building silos and additional stock in the enterprise have been ob tained them , and it ( s qrjito probable that they will remove to itlus olty , in which cusu they will double their capital and capacity. - We have a Htonk lot hats , caps , men's furnishing goods.i * lry goods ami furs wo have taken in nttrailo and will sell to tl u highest bidder. S\turday : evening , Aigust'8th. rogaidesfijof ; | costal north west corner of Twontyfthird nnd Cum- mmg. i ii iw M.VVNK lijin The trial of one of the peddlers for violation lation of tjjo ordinjVncfl prohibiting them from peddling on Douglas and Farnam streets , was hoard by a jury in Judge StonbergV court yesterday. Tlio defend ant was found not guilty , the jury finding the ordinance in conllict with the licens ing ordinance. The case was dismissed and within a half hour every cprnor of thn previously prohibited district was monopolized by fruit wagons. Wo have a stock of hats , caps , man's furnishing goods , dry goods and furs wu have taken in a trade and will sell to the highest bidder Saturday evening , August dtli , regardless of cost at north west corner of Twenty-third and dim ming MAYNK Unos. * Pianos and organs on easy monthly payments. EUIIOLM & LUICKSON , THE VHTfc.HANS' SPUClAb. It AVI11 it'un Kvcry Day mu-ltiR the Grand Island Uoiinlon. The Union I'adllc will run a special train every day ( luring tlio reunion of the O. A. U. at Grand Island , in response to requests , and by way of accommodation for the hosts of veterans who dcMro to attend. It is scheduled as follows- Leave Omaha 8 30 a. in. , South Omaha S'lfla m , ( Jilmnro S-oO n. in. , Papilllon 9 Oil . in , Mlllard 1MO a. in. , Klkhorn ! t ! ! 0 n. .111 , Waterloo 0.3(1 ( a. in. , Valley si 50 a. in. , Fremont 10 13 a. in. , North Horn ! 10-ilt a. in , Schuyler 11 ( W a. in. , Dcntoti , 11-1(1 ( a. m. , Columbus 11 III a. m. , Duncan 11:1(1 : ( n. in. , Silver Creek 13:0jp. : ( m. , Clarks 12:27 : p. in , Central City l'M ! > p. m. . Chapman ? l.ll p. 111.5 in-live Grand Island l:3Jp. : : in. Lcavo Grand Island 0 ( K ) p. in. , Chapmnns O.'Jl p. m , , Central CityO It ) p. in. , Chirks 7 01 p. in. , Silver Cieok 7.21 p. in. , Duncan i ! ! 1) ) p. in. , Columbus 8:00 : p. m. , IJcnton Papillion 10.IU p. m. , GllmorolO 41 p.m. , South Omaha 10. oL p. in. ; umvo Omaha 11:00 : p. in. THU NHAUASK'A. HTATK KAUC , Will * > o Hold at Miicoln , September tOth to L7th , 1KHU. THE LAHGKST AND HKST PKlv PAUKD GROUNDS- , horse and cattle .stalls ; slioc'p and swine pens speed barns ; speed track ; MOST COMMODIOUS AND COMFOUTAHLY CUSHION - SICATKD AM1M1ITHKATRK ; FIFTY KVKIl FLOWING TANKS and troughs of PUlUi WATER distributed in all parts of the grounds ; now and gouuro buildings for exhibits ; RAILROAD TRACK RUNS INTO THE GROUNDS. Arrangements are made to transport ALL EXHIBITS SHOWN AT THE OMAHA FAIR , OR EXPOSITION , or Iowa , or Illinois State Fairs , desiring TO EXHIBIT AT THE STATE FAIR , LIN- COLN. in time for the opening day. Sept. 13. EXHIBITS FROM OMAHA TRANS PORTED FREE TO AND FROM LIN COLN , provided thsy do not change ownership , and return the same route they came. ItKDUCED RAILROAD PASSENGER RATES. Don't mil toattcnd THIS THE GREAT EXPOSITION OF THE WEST. For particulars address the secretary at Lincoln. ROUT. W. FUIINAS , Secretary. Ofllccr Bloom Soi-iouily Hurt. Policeman Charles Bloom mot with a serious accident at Fort Omaha yesterday afternoon. He was out enjoying a horse back ride , tvhen his steed became fright ened and threw him against the barracks fence , cutting a severe gash in his head. Ho was picked up in an unconscious con dition and removed to the fort. Later ho TvaB removed to hK room on South Thir teenth street. Ui > to a late hour last night ho hadi only jiartialjy recovered consciousness. ' His injury is not consid- cred hingerous. Tloiiml Tor Idaho. W. J. Smith , the well-known frontier surveyor of the Union Pacific , and fourteen - teen young Oinnhans , forming a superior "chain gang , " started for Woisor , Idaho. last night. They are to lay out additional track work for the road , but the exact lo cation for the present remains subrosa. Itrevitlos. The body of Grecnloe Rogers , the man who was fatally cut by a ciiisel on Wed nesday afternoon , was buried yesterday afternoon in Prospect Hill cemetery. > u John ' Ryan was arrested yesterday afternoon fo'- ' an assault committed upon William Dcero at the corner of Sixteenth and California streets Deere was severely bruised and gashed about the head , By way of keeping his men in a good humor , that the paving of Sixteenth street may be completed liv the day for the opening of the fair , Contractor James Croighton aistributcd 100 choice water melons among the laborers on the job yesterday afternoon. Court Carrier , the well known Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul ticket agent , has received an elegant sleigh robe , made from the pelt of an ibn'c , or mountain gout , a rare species of animal found principally in Idaho. It was a. present from Superintendent Johnston , of the Vienna ( Idaho ) Mine. The Omaha Reform club will give a free entertainment at Buckingham home , 10(5 ( South Twelfth street , Saturday evening - ing , August 28 , at 8 o'clock. A very in teresting programme lias been arranged. consisting of select reading , singing and declamation. Yon are cordially invited to bo present. W. H. PKUKIIAM , Secre tary. Personal Paragraphs. F.M. Riibicc , of North Lonp. is in the city.F. . F. W. Tipton , of Brownville , is at thu Paxton. Rev. George Hastings , of Beatrice , is nt the Millard. W. A. Paxton went to the cattle ranges of the west last night. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stanton left for Laporto , Ind. , last evening. Otto Falk , of the Fran/-Falk Brewing company of Milwaukee , is in the city. A. Hart , of the Dakota City Eagle , is nt tlio Millard , accompanied by his wife. Ticket Agent DoBovoiso , of the Rock Island , returned yesterday from a trip to Chicago. W. (3. ( Taylor , manager of Bradstrcot's local ngcney , has returned from iiis western trip. ( Joorgo W , Holdrcge , gnnoral manager of the B. & M. , went to Lincoln hist night in his private car. Mr. and Mrs. Adnlph Mover and baby have returned from Spirit Lake and are quartered nt the Millard hotel. Frank Killota. of Antonita , Colo. , super intendent of tliu water works of tins Denver & Rio Grandu railway , is in thu city , Hon. Washington Hyde , of Warren. Ohio , is in thu city. Mr. H. is one of the loading lawyers of tliu Western Ro- servu. ( Miss Pauline Sioman. after n pleasant visit to her relatives in this city , roturnud to her homo in Detroit , Michigan , last evening. Prof. C. II. Crawford , who has been principal of the public schools at Che- nango Falls , N. Y. , for the past two years- has returned to Omaha , Homer Stull , formerly n lawyer nnd newspaper m-in in this city , and now rep- rosunling the legal department pf the Union Paoiric at lluiloy , Idaho , is in the city , "Doe" A. II. Clinton .nnd Charlr.y Tag- gart left last evening with ft Union Pacific surveying party for u fall tour of tlio mountains. They expect to "longli it" till next spring , but their destination is : i secret , Heavy Triiltlc. Yesterday morning the Union 1'aciue overland train for tlm west was Uidelayeil about Jiftcim minutes. A fouith passenger car hail to bo attached-to the train bccauso of thu largo number ot paisomrers , who filled the other threocarg. iln thu tr.dii was a newly inno vated Uasjgago car , liur , just on Its lirst tup. It was loaded down with tumk.-t , which wuro ui > to the ruaf. GO foot lot on Jackson st. near 10th , with buildings renting for $92u per un- nura , only $8,000. Call quick to scour. ) this bargain , J , B. Evans & Co. KHOM FAIAiS OIXV. InterestingHappening1)nt Hlcli- ardson's County Sent , FALLS CITV , Neb , August aT.trorro - spnndenco of iho HKK ] Mr. L. K. Won- derly , of tins city , a man about thirty-six years of age , was declared insane and taken to the insane asylun at Lincoln by SherilV Uay tolay. . It is hinted that do mestic troubles caused the present de rangement of his mental faculties. The Hiawatha ba < eball club , assisted by five or sk of the "Ponierov"club , of AtchNon , came over nud defeated tlio home chili h t Tuesday , the score stand ing 18 to 5. The newly discovered Sulphur Springs on Pony creek , twelve miles south of this city , are becoming quito famous and have been christened "Seymour Springs. " As a Sunday resort , they are a drawing card. C. 1) . rhiirumn and hU aunt , Misj Alice K. Uiinnels , of the Journal force , who have boon junkeling between here and the i'ueilie coast with the Nebraska editorial excursion , returned homo yes terday , und report having had a glorious time , and speak in glowing terms of the good treatment the excursionists received at thu hands of tliu public during their trip A large delegation from the ( \ . A. H post of this citv is preparing to attend the reunion nt ( irand Island nest week. Notwithstanding the n\ce.si vc drought , the corn crop throughout this section of the state promises to be n great deal bet ter than was at lir.t anticipated , farmers claiming , as u general thing , that the vleld will bo from twenty- live ta torty bushels per acre. When it is remembered that wo had no rain to sneak of from Juno 22 until Aniriiat 12 , the good qualities of our soil is clearly demonstrated. The best crop of wheat we have hoard of vviis raised by Uobort Edlo , ot Spisor precinct , who threshed 201 bushels of fall wheat from seven ticrta of ground. Mr. Wnltoineyorlms contracted for ! IOO foreigners to work in tiie canning fac tory next year. Besides these , home talent to tlio number of 200 will lie em ployed during the season. Mr. \ \ alto- meyo says this soil is finely ! adapted to raisin" produce tor the canning taetory - Jar better than that of any eastern slate. The factory is an assured success. It seems to bn the prevailing opinion in these parts that Hon. A. J. Weaver will again warm that congressional chair. It won't be Church Howe at any rate. Ijist of Voters iiftlu : Second District Knurl hVniul. . Adrcscn K MUK ) llarney Ambrose Gee W HhJI Farnnm Anderson Andrew 2Mb between Fainam and Douglas Aiiileison F I'Jth and llarncy Austin Samuel ( col ) secor20lh and Ilamey Andeison A 27th and Dodgo.s side Anderson P (1 2Hh ( and Dndgo Albensiiis A Douglas and 281H Allen U 11 Cl.uk near St. Muij'savo Austin ToOthand llarney Ai nold Kdvvnrd s w cor iioth and Douglas Andiews C A ivil Farnam Alee A 3312 St Man's ave Aiutiews C A1S-JI l-aiiuim Arnold Frank M 4'i-i Convent Atkinson A isis Farnaiu Ahlquest A K 'fSi s Clark Biitlov Alficd KVil Farnam liaitholomewViuO 15,1 ! Kainani Bloomberg Cha.s A " > 17 s Claik Biumesler Chas K cor 20th and Farnam Brown Soloman ( col ) 318 s ISth Brcckenridge Half W IbO'J ' Fainam BcchelVm F 310 s 25th Hangs S D 2.M2 Fainam Bowman Adnlnh 'MJth and Fnrnaui Brclholt/ Max Chas 510 and 12 Fainam Brekculiold Hans H nw cor 10th and Far- 11,1111 Blown Gee F1010 Hainey Blown Win 1L20KS llaitmv Bevins AndiuvvSJl. Faliview Breckenitdu'O C F ISOFalrview ) Bushman \Vm M 1512 Howaid BellisK D 454 Convent Bryant Frank UXJO Pleasant Blown Fiank D 117 s 15th Brown S It 2100 Fainam Bushman nenry 15UJ Howard Belback Charle.s 15.J1 Hartley Billings A S2IOJ Hartley Bushman William II 1511 Howard BoswtU MoilI'.iot ' Farnam liosvvlt/ Henry 525 Pleasant Boswit/ Samuel I'.HM ' Farnam Baseman A ( col ) I'Jlli bet Farnam & llarney Benson Gcoige F 30th but Dodge and Douglas Benson GeoigeHOth and Douglas Brush George 2012 llarney Baiker John 2.MJS St Mary's ave Bamforil John 2500 Farnam Blower U G nw cor 18th and Faruam Bowman N 2-il s Sfltli. Brown W 11 2010 llarncy Beson Peter 2710 Douglas Bjoiklund Alfred 551 s Clark Brent Green ( col ) Ibth and llarney Brandies Arthur 521 Pleasant Barker Gee 2308 St Marv's ave Brandies J L521 Pleasant Bradshaw David B 3M near llarney Bush Herman F 123 h 20th Benson Wendell 2516 Douglas Baker C M 1'Jll Farnam BrelttingH2MH27lh Buechlo Adolph 'tOth and Dodge Blanker Win 30th bet Douglas and Dodge Buiton Chailes 501 Pleasant Barnes T B eor Hull and Phil Sheridan Baitlettfi M2I1 ! ) Farnam nucleus G H 2014 Douglas Blackburn T W Colfax nr Lcavnnworlh Bachmann C M so cor 10th and Farnaui Biandels Knu > al52t Pleasant Burns J J 25th nnd "Fnrnnin Bandell Frank W 1510 llarney Booth John A 1010 Farnam Barney G L23H St Mary's nvd Deruiml G E2 < noHurtord ave Burnett David K I.W.I Farnum Brig.'s C A 2fi04 St Mary's ave Balcll E K 2J17 Dodge Brown James B 2403 llarney Ciishlm ; It CJ.23 s 25th Cliristensun John CHXls 101 h Caipenter Jas G 5J5 Falrvlew Cariienter ( ! eo T 525 Fall view Crow ell KH 172-i Harnuv Che hlcr l eander il 1S23 Faruam Cololi IS151U Hainey Cosfgeshull Alinon K 2120 Ilamey Colpul.eiFiank noithvvcat coiner 25 and Douglas COOK Alvin 1515il Farnam Chambers Win G 2211 Farnam Cobb limory A Ki \ Pleasant Claik W F 2203Douglas Clark A M-.M15 llarnoy Cuiry Daniel 113 H 27th Crebo Joseph b t22d and i'd ! llnrnoy Connor F X532 Pleasant Coolly JS15H Hartmy Caiter Jumes DrO' Virginia ave Criok Jiicob * J24 s 28th Calm KUU5 Fainam Cook PB W 112s 15th Chapln \ \ ' H I2isotli : : Cotlnian V11 Dr Shcildari near 81 Mary's ave Chamberland J D 1004 Fainam Chaniberland 1 > M IWJ Farnam Cliiistoii Julin lhaae it Sclden's add Clayton ( i \ ll'J H 2.5th Ciowell F M 521 Park nve Ciowell Klv 5'.M Paik ave Cuiilur J P 113 s2.id Contling \V'MO.l Hainey Calm Aaion 2215 Farnam Calm Mai tin 22)5 ) I'aiiiam Calm Albert 2315 Farnam Clark A J 400 s I'.Hh ' Coin J II 17th and llarncy Carlson C J HID s I'Jth Coi mid : Thomas nw eor Ifith and Farnam Cook H C50Ds Phil .Sheridan CuitUSSiiw cm Lcavenwoith and Park ave Chandler F 2 S Loavonworth Carr J W no cor Center and Leaven worth Crlrkmnrc S U IU01 Farnam Clark Wills F 21)5 ) llainoy Clark KSmr > JLainey Cahill Alex 2Uth bet Farjiam nnd Douglas Coicoran PJ sw cur Dmiulas and 20th JulsV W Church and Prospect Davis Joseph H Chuidi und IVoapcct Deweo Chas H 1015 Douglas DuliMiio A It 10U ! Dou his Deverell Win P.V 7 Fairvicw De Gioat B S Hedlck.- , block De Great C B Uedicks block Dundy K S Georgia aut and Sherman Dundy K S jr Giwirla avu and Sherman Dra > don ( Win F ( col ) 17th und St Marys ave Dimiont J H I' H'Jith Doolitlle WF'JllOHanify DoddsJ A 4fiG Convent Doyle Alichle 1510 Farnaui Dniicokcn A H Ih.iaiand .Soklons add Darlinc MlltouS Dee Mlchle 2117 llarney Duncan Frank M'f.N Farnam Dnnbaum Lvnian 1511 Farnam Demnrest Win F 1M4 llnrney Kilkson Thomas l.VJJ Douglas Kverson Joseph 41'J s ll'th ' Krlctson Fre l loth bet Fnrnain and llarnoy r.ilk on Win M 15SJ Douglas r.mery K L'xj Farnnin Kmeiy Soloin 2-.XJO fninnm Kills hd l.MO Howard Kmeij t'lmsMU Fain lew > .ils\iidsiohii : F. ( > it : Cell ax KngcN Henry 2ii1'i ' Dodge Klsoi-G : Kth ) nnd Douclas F.nnis D IM-J-J Content Lspegix'ii John N 2 thbet F.unam ixnd Doujf- las Kveis.l P4'i"i ( ' ( iiuont Falst Louis n e cor Georgia ave and US Uiunt a\e Fowler 11 A l.MV > Farnam Finn C W 'I'J ! I l\inev : Foster ( J 11 UU1 PonefiH Fo.ster.1 W 1UU Domrlas Fullei Chas IIjiioi st Maiy's a\- > Flxiin John vjilt-i Painam rimkliimspi M F517 Uodgo Field John Mss''Oth I'Vnn F. B ' 'r-l ) Leaven\\oitli Fieela\id ) Le.neinvorth and Colfnt 1'iank I. liner D Geoiginu'.c neat Sherman Fllek C K Piospect mid Cobum Fltrhett CM H 21111 llainoy Fosdjko 11 i : 410Coii\ent Freeman I ) O 47.K'oincnt Foisxth ,1ns i'id 2ltli Fie\lmn John AMU Pleasant Fiilkner N B s e eor Douglas and 10th Faliloy J F Xtl Fall view Flnney Win A s w coi Dodge and Jefferson Feignson J B 1712 Dntielai Fiinehenn H J Uoom 15 Itcdick block Flteh F W2UU Fni train Flnlayson Al x22lS llainey FltchetKieo II Viiglulaand Lcav Fitcheit Jim H Vliglnla and Le.vv Foran Plilllp.wr Clark Fiiiliivm Peter I51IM512 Farnam GillllfliJ AW7Pnik ave ( ialliilieiBeiij : ; -Hth and Douglas ( ichlen Matthew 20th and Fainnni Gladstone Saml 2100 llainev ( Srldluy F i' nw eor Ihth and Fanmra Guuld Itobt D021 Park ave Giilloil Joel AMI Pleasant Gorton L C Chinch and Center Giaves Frank 312 s Ulth Gees Peter 1510 12lh nnd Farnam Gibson Gee f > VS Falrlew ( ilb.son Thos24'i ! Farnam * Gibson WmtJWt Farnam Goodrich C S ' 'Oth and St Mary's Goose. Fiensl510 Fiiinam ( iiilllths J K2 < ! 1S Douglas Getscher II C Isaac & Seldon's add Getschcr Philip l.saae it Scldnn's add Gibbon Win A L2115 Painain Giiiham C H ( col ) l th bet Farnam and liar- ney Gieen Itlcl.aid ( col ) Georgtii ave cor Sher man Oilmult F L'JfilS U S Grant Grilfen J H ism Fainam ( ray W LKil Phil Sheridan ( iiajbon B G l th and llarney GiaM'.s W II 2.sth and Douglas GiilTen A W 2.M2 St Mary's ave Gould Fiank 1-S71S Douglas Gillis Kvrett aais'iMh Garner L A 537 Pleasant ( irillith J A 527 Pink ave George C W450 Convent GaillehsK L 114 s 24th Gr-atton Mis Mary K2412 llarney Hammond J F Virginia ave u LeavcuworU ) 1 lay Joseph tblO Farnam Hull F L 15U llarnoy lluntoonS A 510 Pleasant Haller Chas W1505 Farnam Holmes Frank S2IH4 Farnam Huntoun Wm U MO Pleasant Hall US 2.i22Fai mini Heller Albeit 2.11'i St Mary's avf Ilorbach J A Ki-i'l Douglas Ihiney Kd lvO"i Fainam Haitman Clnis22-J0 Fainam llendrix Milton 2207 Howaid i , Hendil\ 112121 llainoy * Howard John C KB Pleasant Jlall S D S207 Farnnm Hunt A B ISi'l Farnam HiiyvvaidT C Isaac and Seldon's ad" Hunts J 5'i.i Convent Ilerckt Henry 44 % Convent Heickt Chat , 445 Convent IloAghind ( ! er > A 42.5 s Ifith Hanchett W H 2024 St Mary's ave Hardy W 11 113 s 17th Hileman A V 101 a Douglas v Heibe.it W H KO Georiin ave llolfman O S 120 .s 24th Howard J Ci 535 Pleasant ' Jlalnes J ( ! 2W ( s ' .Mill JIaitC L 20 il Farnam Holtioit John C JOOJ Farnam Hill Louis 1'JWHai ney Hai-hha W J 205 s 21th HulM-rman A B 170 ! ) Douglas lloiisovvoith W b 2518 St Mary's ave Hayden K K Hedick'sblock Hayden Stewait Uedlck's block Heyn Gee 4fi2 Convent Hughes 1C Jl 2222 llarncy Heel Fiank 2107 llarncy Howaid FM 113 stiW Hant/.beiiy HM 20-20 St Marys ave Hall K B 430 Convent Hoyt W 11 Virginia avon Lcavcnworth Hart Thomas 2714 Douglas Hunt G J Gnfut and Virginia ave Hamann C D 27th and Douglas Hicks G N 20T Joirorson Hulbert J lira > Forest ave Hall E B UKFarnam Jlaidlng W K 1511 Farnam Hough George 2024 Howard Hodges Frank 210 s Fifteenth Hedge .1 B s Clark n St Mary's ave HerJ W 4ilt Convent Ingram cor 25th ahd Douglas .Ionian IIC 2011 llarnoy Jones Jno D 1007 Douglas Jones Alfred 1)310 s Ifith Jacobs Si Till Falrvlow JoeigAndiew411 s lUth Johnson Chris 412 s 19th Jones A C St Mary's ave bet Convent and Alt Pleasant Johnson Andrew 2Slh and Farnaui Johnson C J 2S2-J Fainam Johnson Chris 412s Wtli Johnson James Xo 1 2fth ) and Ilamey Jensen Mans 2700 Farnam Jones A C 2318 St Mary's ave ' Jaskalek Jacob 110 s 27tli Johnson (1 ( A llarnoy bet 10th and 20th JelfeilsTClSlfi Fainam Johnson F B20is20th ) JaiTi.sWm It 118s 24th Juigenson J K 3010 llarncy Johnson James Xo 2 2.Sth and Dodge Jones B H ( ill ) Virginia ave ICIrncr Joseph 4'i5 Convent Kurluch Chns l-il s 15th Karbach Peter 1511 llainoy Kenlston D 1511 llarney Knhn J M ' .Mill St Maiy'H ave Knhn X A 2410 St Maiy's ave Klmball I ) K MID K IHih Kerdell Kdvvard P 20th bet Douglas and Dodge KennaidMJ 2:517 : Dodge Kletto Max 20th and Douglas Koch Allen 2222 Farnnm Kennaid J L 2317 Dodge K > MT A H113H 17th Kaulnmn L > ! V'i 1015 Farmim KatzS Farnam but ' 'Uth and 21st Kuppo Carl 28th und Dodge Kennedy John J lOS.s : nih King Phil coloied 10th bet Farnum and llai > i icy KinitAil 123 Convent Kitchen K B 1510 Hainey Kelley Kd D 150) ) Kiirnam Kortty L II 1510 Howard KC.UOII Thos 1. , 115 H 25th KaideUPK120n2llh ( Kaiifmun Henry Lendsey M H Hocor _ _ ISlh and Harnef Mr. Jesse Ostorhant , tlio contractor , has met his obligatioiiH lo his workimr- men through the aBsislnnco of Mr. 8. 8. Chiiso Mr. Osterlmiit lost mnnoy on IIIH rontraut owing to the heavy rains caus ing the caving in of the cellar which ho was oxcavaling in the roar of thu new l'i\Um : building nunllo jrot ciructtial irurn of llmt UIHM ! old rvmiiily , Hlinmtmi l.Urr ItuMulutor , uml It * lutrinalc uiirlu. liivu | .U(6l Itiittbo hu l if nil family meuicjiim. No lioiiilioil ) | choulil liu without U. 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