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( i THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 , 1881. \
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Yarious Interesting Matters From
Iowa's ' Metropolis.
Are the lumates of the Poor
. Form Badly Treated ?
THe Kosult of tlio Connty Election *
Very DooNivo-
Ib IT TRUE
Til AT Til b IN MATES AUK 1IAHLY TIlKATKI
AT TUB roou FA KM ?
There are complaints coming into
TUB BKI : ofllco that the boarders out
At the poor farm are not treated a-
Ihoy should ho ; that their food to kept
short } that they are obliged to swal
Jew their tlrink without the necessary
ingredients to make it palatable ; their
bread \ < t eaten without butter ] that
meals ] sent to the inmates are not
onongh to keep them from being ex
cccdingly hungry between times. Wo
don't know how much truth thuro
connected with thcso complaints , bub
if they are true , the people of tin
county don't want it to proceed
any farther. Thcro are no doubt BOIIK ,
people who more or less impose upon
thu county , and being kept a little
short will not inconvenience them
much , for they are not obliged to stay.
Wo say thuro may be such onus , bill
AS a troneral thing our poor nro those
who are past helping themselves. A
good many of them liavo scon nothin _
hut the rough aide of this life. Some
are cripples , and thuro is not a citixon
of this county who would for a mo
ment sco ono of its poor sufler for
want of food.
TUB HrEClAL
Resolved by the city council of the
city of Council Bluffs. Iowa , That the
mayor bo and is hereby instructed i <
issue a proclamation calling a special
election on the day of , 1881 ,
submitting the question of the aban
donment of the special charter , as
asked by the petitioners , as is pro
vided in section 437 , code of 1883.
And Mayor Vaughan says that will
Lo about the time the new election
will bo called , the blank day of blank ,
and the poles will bo opened the blank
hour in the morning and closed the
blank hour at night in time for the
thu "bigI" to pronounce thorn all
blank. The mayor says ho cannot for
thu lifo of him account for such a
stupid act on thu part of the
city council. He alw.iys linn believed
and'does now that thu vote should
have boon canvassed and declared ;
that the intention of legality wa not
ono for tliotn to determine. The law
required them to receive the
ballots , open , count and dcclavu thu
result. Thu mayor douj not believe
that thure is any authority under thu
law as it now stand * for calling n new
election : that if thu council is cor
rect in then * position we can declare
the election null und void. The orig-
.inal position becomes a dead loiter ,
and , until a BOCOIK ! putiou is present
ed , no action towards a Hucond elec
tion can bo taken. Tlio mayor wants
it understood that ho takes no hand
in thu fight bohvoon thu "Big 4" and
the people. ,
x TOTAL TOTK ItV WAHUS.I
Below is the total vote on each candidate -
, didato by wards in Council Bluffs :
On the state ticket the vote is as
'follows for governor :
1st 2d Uh
lire. pro. ] < ro. pro.
Sherman , ) t , , 17H 210 221
Kinne , ] ) , , < J'i'i 102 270
Majority in the city on the state
tickut for Ivinno , democrat , for gov-
urnor , is 17.
The vote' on county tickut in the
. city is as follows by wards :
* " 1st 2d M Hh
\ ' llre- mo , pro , pro. ,
Kt'prmeiitntlvo
lH lireft , It. ICri nr 281
( Jlaytoii , H. , lf > 7 'J17 MMm 2(12 (
lluniHted , D. , I'D I ! J7L m
Morgan , D. , 221 U'J2 21(1 ( 200
Aiiilitor-r
Kirklaiul , H. , 188 1 > 5I 270 ; tie
Gardner , 1) , , ] ( ) " > 2(52 ( UK 2:11 :
Treaiuier
Homiest , It. , 177 2(1 ( 23 ! ) ' 270
Jtailolk't. 1) . . 20(1 ( 272 171 2111
Sheriff
Gnittar , K. , 150S 220 215 2G8
OWdll , . , S 285 232
ijuiicrlnlunilent
Mix * .Smith , It. , 1511' 102 181 ! 2 Hi
Cooper , I ) . , 220 : ur
Jlatluclc , 11 , IK > 201 200
Tlnderwood , IX , : 0 .107 208
. Hurvpy. r
DctitoiJt , 170 203 211
Urodbcck , 1) . , 208 2'JII 1117 28J
1 Coroner
3'aul , 11. , 1711 104 212 2110
Itlckctts. I ) . , 203 2011 io5 , 202
Twin 'I'rustco
Jffreclit , It. , 178 210 222 281
Kcluirr , U. , IDS 208 181 207
'I'lio vote as nbnvo given shuwa in (
thw city for Morg.in , democrat , for
ruprosontativo , 1411 majority , Hemp-
atoud , democrat , ! > 0 , Kirklnnd , repub i
lican , for auditor , 107. Doiinor , republican -
publican , for treasurer , 30. O'Neal ,
democrat , fiiruhenll' , 123. Paul , re
publican , for 'coroner , 02. Kirscht ,
ropubltenn , for towualuji trustee , 4 ,
Cooper , democrat , for school miperin-
tonucnt , 287 , Underwood , dumoornt ,
forHuporvisor , 10 ! ) . Brodbcek , demo-
urat , for iuvycyor , 127.
Council Blull'H has certainly put herself -
self on record IIH opposed to ntiy pro
hibitory law in Iowa. There is not
much doubt on a cUmu vote. The city-
w democratic , and it will bo renu-in-
lborod the democratic candidate for
superintendent of public instruction
at the state convention put hinmclf on
record ns : \ prohibitionist. Mr. W.
H. Butler attacked the rum element
cf the paity in aevero iurms , and do
chrud hinyjclf opposed to tlio liquor
tiallio in this Htuto , Thu result WAS
that in this city and throughout the \
county ho WUH ignored entirely , bin
immo not cvon beinj ; put upon I ho
ballots with the rest. The demncuita
and a largo number of the republicans
of Pottawattamio county are opposed
lo submitting the question of amend ,
mcnt to thu people , bcliuvjug that if
> it la ever submitted jt'will carry.
l
A VEMIVVI , OIMCUT.
A poor cripple wua arrested on our M
atreota in a beastly state of intoxica
tion , A team was procured unit the
poor wretch was carted to police hond *
quarlcru Hfl was . .without fcot
and Jiad only ono hand. This city
H- O
should employ a detective ( well spent
would bo the money ) for the purpose
of finding out who is mean enough to
deprive a cripple of thn use of the ono
arm ho has to assist him through lifo
by Helling him drink.
MOIUUN'.H JOKK.
Morgan , ox-edilor of The Globe ,
wont homo happy at noon yesterday.
His wife noticed a broader amilo than
usunl , and in n woman's inquisitive
way asked him the cause of his undue
hilarity , lo which he replied : "Wife ,
do you know that to-niglil you will
have the pleasure of doing that what
few women in this county will ? "
"Why , Hiiro 1 am nuzzled. What do
you mean ? " "Do jou know that you
nil ! repose with nn honored rcpie-
Hcntalivo from 1'oltawattamio1 She
smile , and , not to bu caught napping
before thu time arrived , replied ,
"Perhaps Mrs. Clayton will have
something to ay about that' . " The
ex-odttor went into the dining room
and shut the door wilh a slam.
VfRt.1 TltKATHO.
Several statements havp appeared
in regard to the disposition of the
man-seller who met with an accident
out at the Western station. The man
was brought to this city Monday
night , and a comfortable bed was pro
vided for him in the Hock Island do-
pot. TUB BKI : reporter * aw him early
in thu morning , Ho made no com
plaint about being cold , Jlo was
wrapped up in ono or lwo quilts.
The operation of amputating the limb
was not performed at the dnpol. Sel
ler was convoyed to the poor house ,
out on the Crescent City road , whore
the arm was ampulalod. Dr. Hart
stated yesterday that thu man wus
doing well ; nn wull ns could bo ex
pected ; that everything was being
done that could bu done. Mr. Bur
roughs is not a man who would BOO a
brute suflur , lot aU > no a human being.
THH I1M7FF.S IN JIHIIIK.
Any piece stamped J. W. 0. cannot -
not pass among the republicans of
old I'ottawattomiu much longer as
genuine coin. The othur 'side may
take it. Yut there is HOIIIU doubt
about that if they uuf thu udgo a
trifle.
Several men say they novel1 drank
so much in onu uay as they did on
oluslion day , for the very leason they
couldn't ' gut i : . This is thu way it
always worka. When iv ponton wants
a thing and c.'in't got it ho wants it all
thu more.
There was not more than one-third
of thu vote of Council Blull'i polled
election day. The full vote of the
city is 0,000.
And still the buildings go up. On
lower Main street a largo1 crew ot mon
are at work excavating for the foun
dation upon which will bu erected an-
olhor mummouth warehouse by thu
John Door company. This structure
will bo built of brick and will bo four
utorius high , including thu basomont.
This will bo thu HOCOIK ! four-story
building that has been erected in that
locality this season.
The voice was the voice of democ
racy , but the hand was the hand of
The Nonpareil crowd.
John W. Chapman is all tired out
working for the election of Eli Clay
ton "in n horn. "
Ono man offered $2 for a think
election day nt a saloon on Main
street. The proprietor said ho would
not soil a drop if ho would maku it
$10. That , saloon man is n pretty safe
ono'to handle the bowl.
Pottawattomio county don't oven
intend in the smallest way to dress in
female attire. Conventions please take
notice.
Charley Harlo's fumalo speech in
the convention was good , but didn't
pan out very well.
Kinnu , democrat , . carried tlio city
by 17 majority.
That enterprising Jaw firm , Flick-
ungor brothers , have aproad out into
Wayne county , having established a
branch ofljco thuro , whore they will
operate in the law and real estatu
business.
Dcsplsml.
ly the iuithin1\ii ! { % ISurilnck lian been
L'Diisliloijcd n\\ecdniulitn luxurlimtKrmvth ,
unpleiiHaiit nuicll , etc. , Imn lunduicd it , to
thdsu "nut ln : \viiij , ' ltn virtnen , iv utilRancL' ,
nnd yet tlio root ! mn Inn ? been auknuwl-
cilgcd liynavants us most invulimblo : is n
illuiutlo , ntiurknt and blood jmrilicr. Xiur-
dock Jllooil ItltturA I ( inibody nil ItH .
Vrico $1.00 , trlaUlo TO cents.
Tun How 1'oi'L'LAn.i Tun 11 Bar
TUT
i nit < uwy i
TlIK Kl'KT
VOHT oo.v
VIlNIHNf
Cuuiiw
Manu/jclnrcu In 0\tt\t \ t , 1 fl , 8 , 10 Jiul I
ration ) . It laa nn vriMiln. . tlciuo no imii !
icontu work cully nnil Hii'tHy. and K l tl c
U'i'csl ammi't nf tuvt r fri'in'lio nillt or
croamj In mauo fromllio wt ucb lu.nl > < > r. ( t
> lilai lower price than any tlur flnt-ilvt
hum , Henil lijr lUi.rlpthe Lticular ac.il
il.t to Iho
IhoOVAL CHURN CUMPAl/Y. /
GOSHtH.IND.
OAEPET HOUSE
d. B.
. . DETWILER ,
1313 Farnham St. , OMAHA , NCD ,
Italy DniMtl . 81.ES to J1.7B ; Tapestry Ilrut-
Kit. 11,10 tol.a5j B-plyOinict , l.S6tol. < 0 ;
llvkl 2 ply Inx-niln. ( fl.OO to 1.15 ; Clieapi-ply
ItH-rolD , iOo to Oie.
Mattings , Oil Cloth nnd Widow Shades
ut Lowest Market Prices
Largest Stock und Lowest Prices.
BainpluB funiisliod at ytml-ru
QTllAYKK-Krom Slcrt' etablo. Omaha , one
k" ) Mack inaro , color * ouiimhat / dod. cliiht or
nlnotan oldwcl h nlKint clnon hiiiidrwl , had
onuaddlcand bridle Arenurd III bo paid for her
If.tu " . , ? [ . ! ! ! ! ormal10" 1ai"'ir ' to her recovery.
\V. K. UAT1IKY. Kort Uillinun. Neb 7032t
1 0)1 ) SAtK-A f4nu of cljrbly acrw. In eootl
, .ri'l' .lr > . 0ooJ I'OUW. ' 2i 30. and ell 14x1(1 ( ,
null orihird of bearing treei. Ono mile south
of Onawa C'ltr la. , on H. u 4 , l' . n. n. will irho
tji'iP ' on init | f wUhtd. Addrtw T. M. Bourn ,
Omaha , iub. unIP-ttU
ri- - - , , y o uner-
J liriieil , HI HIT on the Jiidtfo llrljfc' * farm ,
ouiid h'ilf mllt > ut of Omaha , Domjlai
Jjuuty.hu > . , 9putntlih IQW , mpponcd lo bu
HSjfurerld , noioiiuarUaor broiulu , red mid
hllo uptolikd JAMBS (1. II AM : .
O. F. Manderson ,
ATTORNEYATW. .
I i
-AND-
H a n d s o mest
IN TUB-
MARKET !
For Sale by
WM. F. STOET35EL ,
521 South Tenth St.
SEALED PROPOSALS
For ( ho Conttructlon of Sidewalks.
Hralnt prom ah ullllio received liytlio tin- ,
ilurx tncil until Tuesday , October llth , 18S1 , 12
o'llotk nnon , far the construction ot ntxl njxilr-
In , ; of. slilawnlkH In ( rout o ( nnO adjoining the
( oilouliii'ilcncrlln.il ) ) rcml o.i , to-ult :
Lots R , ( t , 7 , Muck 2Q3 , north Hide ot Chestnut
strovt.
IvOtM 23 , 2r , 27 , Uorhach'g Hrnt mldltian , Went
slilu ot Shcriniin aveinie.
Lots 4 , H. Mock 1A , K. V , Smith'aaiMHIon.
tot 1. Mock 14 , K. V. Sinltli'a addition , south
side n rate itrcct.
Lotnl , 1U , hlock 13 , i : V. Snilth'8 addition ,
fouth fide Ornco etrect.
I/it 21 , llorlnch's flrit addition , Ciut lido
Sherman avomic.
Lot * , C , 7 , 8 , 1 > 1ock 10UJ , north tIJo Iznrtl
street.
T-oti , R , Mod ; ! I2 , c.itt Blilo Sixth stri-ct.
Ixit- ) , [ i , liloiK US , cast slilo Credit Funclcr
adilltlnti.
ljol y , 4 , liloul < i021 , ordered rcpilrcil , 17th.
LoUl , 8 , Mock 11 , wctitsldc Huvunth street ,
to bo rcpulrtd.
Also on Ion cs tilc Hl\tccntli Btrcct , be
tween north line of llorlnch'n llrst addition and
Clark utrvct , uxecpt SO foot In front of Isaac
TlioniTHttt'a resldtnc.0.
J. J. I , . C. JEW13TT ,
OMAHA , October ? , 1SS1. City Clcik.
Be7d4t
THE
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOE MAN AND BEAST.
For moroilmn n third of a contnrr Iho
McixlcnnHI'iiMaiigl'jIntmeiitlmsuarM
'linown ' to mill Ions nil ever the world us
tlio only Hare reliance for tlio roller or
iivulilents anil imln.It 1 * n incillrhut
itlinvu prlci ) mill jinilso the licit of UH
klml. Toriivery form oriiiteriutlpa'.ii
tlio
JIiilinniit In nltlioutnn crjnnl.
It | i tietrnlrii llenli und iinilule to
tliocry iioite making the contlim-
uiii'o of pain mill Inllainmntlon lirijux-
Hllii | > , UH < 'lleclniilion Iliiuiuii FJrsh uml
Urn IliiitoCrrnMon uruciiiially wonilui
ful. Thu
I.lnlincnt Is . . . . .
in eiy liotisc. K\ory ilnv lirlnu" nuwuot
tinHKOII.V of ii n IIM fill Hrnlil Of 1mm
Kiilxku'il , oT Iliciiiuntic innrtyru ro-
' or n Miliiulilu liiivnti or us
by thu licnllDK jionoroftlil'J
poi'illly mtrcs suoh ailments or
thu HUMAN 1UJ.S1I us
IMivinnniMAii , ivolllnRa , ftlT !
Joint * , < 'oiitrrotc l ? Iiim/i-i , Kuriii *
nil feculilBpl 't * i"f iir 11 " , uml
Niirvtni _ ' , * iu-u < > M a u H ililfH nut )
x > niu 'n n. oiij
o , I'l . 'K'crK , vru iiiii'HviuiijnuiJ.
SH ) ivliplci , Caked Itrcait. mill
liiilrt.il every fornt of external 11 -
.mc. lllirnlfi M'ltliont ncnrv.
For the IIHUTC CniuTiox It curcfi
rj [ > rnlit , hwluity , Ktitt .Inlntn ,
Fouixlori llnfiics KOITH , Hoof 1 > I -
< , l ont Itnl , HcrnAV IVnrm. Scnb ,
Ildlloxv Hoi n , Scrulclin , Wluil-
anlln , Npavlii , Tliruuli , ItlitKlioue ,
Olil NDITII , roll Uvll , t Urn upon
the NlRlit mill every otlur nllninit
( it whlcli tlio occiiiniit of Hie
Mulile mill Htocl ( Vnril nre llnlile.
Tlio aiaxlvuu niuiUtui ; I.liiliuciit
nlwuyu emeu uml nuvur Ulstipjioluta ;
ami Iii8 , positively !
THE BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOB MAN OR BEAST.
" ' '
"PJIOB'ATE'NOTIOE.
State ol NcbrasVft , DaujjlaaCounty , sc
At a County Court , hehl at thu Ooiintv Court
llooin. . In and ( or sal I County , on thu 'Jl t day
of September , A. I ) 1881. I'rcecut , A. M ,
CIIAUWJOK , OountvJud- { > < .
In tlio mutter ot thu tulojition oj Jciiulo U ,
oljt'fi a minor.
On rcaillnif anil flllnir the petition ot Aidoa
nnd Mary Cotycr. pntlnic that tlulr KiiJ tlilld
may bo nlopteil liy Kiln aril nnd ilary K. atewanl
and that they volnnlnrilr anil irvuly the uii the
ciutojy Aud euro of wild child , iu alio thu pctli
tlonol r.dwnrJ unU tlaty K. Btuwanl nhowliiL'
that they hh to ndont. the natd UilM.
That Or lober llth , A. J ) . 1SS1 , nt
. . ild rt > t | >
tlon , uhcn nil j > e ons Intiresteit In &tlil mutter
limy n | > pear at n County Court to liohclil , In and
for wild County , anil nhow ransu liy the prayer
or iwtltlonrrishould not IMI Krautudj and that no-
: lccolHMulmi-yctlntaU | ! ] > ctltionuniltliulii-iiniiir
ttitrrof , bo lien to nil pvnon * Interuitnl in > alj
nuttir , liy pulillnhlnjra copy of thin order In 'In it
UUAII * DAILY UKK , a nuu pa | > or iirlnted tu nald
Ooiint ) , forthriio buucusithe ucekH , prior la sx0 !
lay ol hcarlnu. A. M. CIIADW1UK ,
( Atruucopj ) County Judge
Wostoru Horse and Oattlo In-
mirauco Oowpany ,
Capital , . . . 8100,00000
Iimtren Her e , Mule and Cftttlo niralimt lo by
aoolUent , ileeuaw or thi-lt. Aecnclw In all comi-
tlc ol the fctMc. Hciul lor ilicnlarK.
AKUt Ul'-lrpli Kray pony ntnlllnri. Imndeil
. J , V , on lift Klioulder , at 6. II KnowlwV , 10
iulli w ma(0ni ( liaott the It. I ! ,
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
A Sure Cure Found at Last
No One Need Sttfiort
A siirccire for llllinl , JlIecillnK. Itching ftiu
UlccrMal I'ilif IIM IK.Y n dlswcrcd liy Dr. Wil
Hum , ( n Indlin remedy , ) called Dr. William
Imlhn Ointment. A nhijflo liox IIM cured the
wor t chronic ones of 2i or 30) ears standing. No
ono ncud niiffcr flvo tiilnntcii otter njiplilnj thl
Honilcrlnl soothing medicine , Ixttlon * , liistru
inonl * niiil tlcctmrlis do more htirmthrtn RPOI |
WIlllAin'KOliitiiitnt < ib otl > the tnmon. ftllnj
thn MUr ItclilxR1 , ( pirtlciilonly > t night nllc
CettltiK'urm In bed , ) ncti n n poultice , Itlun In
ntnnl and la ulo < n rtlUf , find Isprcrnrcd only far
I'lloi. ItchlnR of the private I'.irts , anil far noth
Ing ; il w.
Head uhttthc lion ,1. M. CVflliiborry ol Ckc
land wn ti < . nt llr. Wlllhm'B Iidlin I'llo Ulnt
mcnt ! I hit o u > I ITOICI of I'llci cure * anil II
olTordxnict > ln * ti tomy tliatlhmonocr foum
nnjthlnjf Hiiich g\\a nurli Immo ilito nnd perma
nent felli I m I'r ' WHllom' * Indlrui Ointment
Fornalo lij Ml ilruyijWa or mailed on receipt ol
price , $ I 00.
HENRY & CO. , Frop'rs. ,
Ci.l\KLAM > , OHIO.
For saleVy 0 , 1' , Goodman.
OcllOdeortA-wcowlj
Reading and Elocution
TAUC1HT I1Y
JULIE B HARDENBERGH.
Voice Training , Private tenons and
Clastca ,
COH { .VIM Strret , between SOth nil J 21st.
DlnVPI CO I am Aircttt tr COLUMBIA
DluTuLllO > nndOTTOllK tCI.KS. Sen.
tbrcofcntstarpp forCntnlopn
and price list containing ful
Information.
N , I , D , SOLOMON ,
Paint * , Oils and Oltu
OMAHA. NKH
Dr , Amelia Burroughs
AT THE WITHNELL'HOUSE ,
Tuesdays and Fridays ,
10 a. m. to 5 p , m.
DISEASES
-OFTHE-
EYE & EAR
DR.L. B. GRADDY ,
Oculist and Aurist ,
LATE CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL
LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.
HctercBcca all ffcpiitihto riiyilctan * of Omaha.
3TOnicc , Corner IDth nnd Farnham Sti. ,
Omaha. Neb au2'iiiietf
J.H FLIEGLE
accessor to J. n Thlclo ,
MERCHANT TAILOR
No. 210 Donilar " ' - - h Keb.
J.P.ENGLISH ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
810 South Thirteenth Street , with
J. M. Wool worth.
; 08. R. CIURXBOM. J. O. DUST
Clarkson & Hunt ,
Succcswr" tn Richards ft Hunt ,
ATTORNEYS - At - LAW
8 ! UtbBtrerf Om hn V h
BOGGS & HILL ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 15O8FnvBluun Street ,
" ) FrtcB Nor h tide ODD. flrand Central Hotel.
Jojin G. Jacobs ,
( Formerly of GlshtJaiob.t , )
UNDERTAKER.
No. lOFarnharaSt. . OM Stand of Jacob Ola
iS'Onlers iiv Tclcirrach Sollrite.1 nv27.lv
rr.AKBN UP Buy horac of medium elze , shod
J on all ftet and about six a * ono-
lialf niilu wo.t of the Deaf and Uunih Asjluin.
BOfflJwtt JOHN STU1JK.V.
LEGAL NOTICE.
To Catharine Itctldc , non-rcstilcnt ilcfemlant.
Yon are hereby iiotilltcl Ihit on the 2.1 day of
September , 1831 , John Itudde , plaintiff , tiled lilu
pill tlon In the District Court , ItlunnnJlor
1)011 1.19 County , Ncbrasla , opilnstiiii as dp-
rcndiint , tlio object and prajtr of which petition
in , to obtain adccrcoof divono from thu bonds
o nntrlniony with you for thu following causes ,
to-\\lt : 1st , hivbltiinl drunktmicEs ; 2J , uxtrcmo
cruelty , and for treneral relic ! .
You nto rcoulrc'l to aiiNVter tatd petition on
the 21th day of October , 1 .
UOANi : k CAMl'UKt , ! , .
> e7w nt Attorno } M for I'laiiitlfl.
PROBATE NOTICE.
? tate of Ncliraskn , poiulas County M :
At a County Court , held nt the I'ounty Court
Kooin , In and lor t-ald County , Sept. ! Urd ,
A. li. 18SI. 1'rcicnt , A. Jl. CIIADWICK ,
County Jud o. .
In the matter of the adoption rf JonnlnK > utn
On nadui ; and filing tlio petition of
and Dull Carey , prajiiif tlmt they HIM' ait low.
cd to adopt Mid Jennie Hyan , mid ll.v ; > ( ( ' tl.'ii
and stati'iieit of llenrj nini Sinn Kvui : , I'lioiits
ol Slid UiHd that said AutfUhtU ! ) and Dell Curvy
may he pctmlttcd HO to do nnd voluntarily lolln-
piUliln , ' all claim to tuld child
Ordered , Iliat October -iind , A. H. IbSl , at
10 o'clock n , m. , In A sl'.rncd for hearing sild peti
tion , when all persona intcrc trd In xatd mutter
may appear nt a County Court to bu held , In and
for mill Comity , anil ehoiv CSUMI why the unijcr
of petitioner fhould not bo urotiUd , and thatno-
tlcu of pendency of said petition ami the honrliiK
tlureof , lie glton to all persons Interuttiil In raid
matter , by pnbllshln & a copy of thisoulerin TMK
OMAHA WriKLT HKK , ancu-spnper printed In uilil
County , for three bUiccsuli u ce kn , prior to tald
ilij ofllearlnir A. M. OIIAUWICK ,
mi"SH3t rvninty Judge'
WANTKD FOU
OSEATi E SOIEIVOE
Sexual Philouophy.
l'iouey ! ! 1 IliittratcO , Ihcmrst ImporlantanJ
tcltbooK ruldbbod. Every ( imlly waliti U
Bttriotdlniry mdiicomcnta nffitred Aionf.
Aildrosa Aiu.\rrt'l'iliJI.islllMi ' wO. . St. LoilU. Wo
J. E. BRADLEY ,
JEC. 33 S OP JO. XT 3Efc k. Iff JC.
Corner 10th and Web ter6ts.
b'rrHU Oyrtcra anil Game conxtnntty on hand end
In thola'ci-tttjlo. 1
B. D. MCLAUGHLIN ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
And Notary Public ,
rentier' * Illock. Opio | lte Poit Cftlco.
SIBBETT & FULLER ,
ATTORNEYS 'AT LAW ,
DVTD CITY , NEB.
Special attention irl.icn to collcctiona In Dutlcr
n * ' 4.iw | llll
AOKNTb WANTKH rOR OCR NKW DOOKJ
BIBLE FOR THE YOUMC , "
belnp the Story of tlio Sorlpture * . by llv. George
AlrxMtlcr Crook. I ) . U. , In cluiplo and uttrr.ctuc
anvuaije lor olU wid ycuinjr , 1'rofiuicly Illurtra-
oil , nuiUiiu a uitut liitcitibUni ; aim lioprcwUe
j ouUj hutnictor. K try l rent M 111 secure this
ork. 1'nsxihcrs , joukhoulil clrculatult. Pries
3.UO. Bcnil for clnularn Ith oxtm tcrma.
i II. OIIAUUKHS * CO. St. LouU Ma
Ulieap NowispapBFS & Magazines. ,
ii'iid 0 ceiiti for catalopiQ of 8.000 K * i ner
-iiul Ma'atlncn ( atC'lub llatea. Acents Wanted.
11. A. KENYO . I' . M. . J f iRl't ' , 111 I
Announcement !
On and after this date our FarnJtam Street store will open
y&Oa. m. and close promptly at Sp.'m. , excepting Satur
day. We feel that the very low pi'ices we have established ana
maintained in Omaha will he sufficient inducement to our
patrons to make their purchases during the above hours.
S. P. MORSE S ? CO. '
S. MORSE
1319 Farnham Street.
10 inch Black Satins , Black Brocades
10 inch Black SntiiiH , 85e. ,
19 inch Black Satins , 05c. Surahs ,
In this department wo nro show 19 inch Black Satins , 81.00.
ing the Latest Novelties of the Sen- 22 inch Black Satins , $1.00. Rhadames ,
son. 22 inch Black Satins , $2,10. 19 inch all Silk Brocmles , $ ! . ' . > .
10 inch Illuninntcd ] Sieges , 80c. 22 inch Black Satins , 81.25. 19 inch all Black nnd Colored Bro
It ! inch lit'st Illuminated Biegcs , 22 inch Black Satins , 8i.no. cades $1.50.
81.00. 22 inch Black S.itir.R ) 81,75. 22 inch all Silk Brocades , $2.00 ,
40 inch doth Plaids , Sl.OO. 27 inch Black Satins , $2.00. $4.00.
24 inch Fine Momio Plaids , 30c. Our display of Party Shades in Bro
24 inch Colored All Wool Bro MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS cades , Cream , Blue , Pink , Heliotrope ,
cades , G5c. Ac. , is the finest over shown in
10 inch Black Cashmeres , GOc Omaha.
40 inch Black Cashmeres , OOc. Fifty dozen men's unlaundriod 19 inch Colored Satins , ! /Oo.
40 inch Black Cashmeres , Best , shirts with full-sized linen bosom , 19 inch Colored Surahs , J)5c. )
$1.00. linen cuffs and ro-onforcod front , COc
19 inch Black Surahs 7oc.
each. Well worth 75c to $1.00. ,
The $1.00 Cashmere is a Special 21 inch all Silk Suraha , 81.20-2.2o.
Bargain , well worth and usually sold One hundred dozen Seamless Fancy
for $1.25 ; when gene wo cannot re Striped English half hose , 25c a pair. GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
place them for the money. Worth GOc. .
24 inch Illuminated Bietres , 30c. Wo are still selling and hare coiu-
* plolo lines of the celebrated Fiak.
SILKS SATINS &C. VELVETS , PLUSHES , &C. Clark & Flngg kid gloves ; wiiuuuro
, ,
our customers that thuro is no finer
19 indi Gros Grain Silks , OOc. 20 inch 131ack Velvets , No. 1 , $1.25. glove made , and wo are soiling them
10 inch Gros Grain Silks , 75c. 20 inch Black Velvets.No. 2 , l.DO. 0 Buttons , best kid , 7oc.
lf > inch Gros Grain Silks , flOc. 20 inch Black Velvets , No. 3 , 2.00 ] 4 Buttons , best kid , 81.00.
19 inch Gros Grain Silks , $1.00. 20 inch Black Velvets , No. 4 , 2.CO. 0 Buttons , best kid , 81.25.
22 inch Cashmere Silks , § 1.25. 20 inch Black Velvets , No. 5 , 2 75.
22 inch Cashmere Silks , § 1.50. 20 Housekeeping Goods.
22 inch Cashmere Silks , 81.GO. 20
Wo show bargains in Napkins that
Full Lines of Guinot Silks , Ca.sh- in. Cloak's Velvets , No. 2 , 5.00. c.uuiot be duplicated.
moro Alexandra Silks , of which wo in. all Silk Velvets , No. 1 , C.OO. 150 dozen full sized u-S all .Imoii
are Solo Ajrunts for Omaha , range in in. all Silk Arulvets , No. 2 , 9.00. line Napkins , White , Cream or Red
I'rico from # 2 00 to $3 50 , and nro the 21 inch Colored Plushes , - 3.50. Bordered at 81.50 a dozen , worth
best goods known to the trade , being 21 inch Black Plushes , - 3.50. § 2.00 , and an extra larg 34 Napkin ,
Full 24 inches wide and warranted to 21 inch Black Plushes best . .
, , 4.00. very line linen , at § 2.50 a dozen ,
wear without breaking. 21 inch Ombro Plushes , - 3.00. usually sold at § 1.00.
County orders for goods or samples will receive prompt atten
tion. We .have but one price and do the largest business west o
Chicago , selling goods very cheap. No one can afford to pass our
doors.
S. IP. IMIOIRSIE &c CO. ,
1319 Farnham Street !
AND STILL THE LION
CONTINUES TO
Roar for Moores ( )
Harness
AND Saddlery.
I lava adopted the t.ion as n Trade M ik , and
ill my poodi will be STAMPED with the LION
xml my NAUR on the same. NO GOODS ARK
QKNUINE WITHOUT TH AUOVE BMJIl'S
[ ho best material la used and the rcost sMIIci *
noiluiicn are employ cd , and at the lowest ci-1
irkv. Anjono wlshlnu a price-Hat of Rood nil )
onfor a fa\or by eondlnj ; for ono ,
DAVID SMITH MOORE.
The Oldest Established
BANKING HOUSE
IN NEBRASKA.
Caldwell , Hamilton & Co. ,
trMitrctoJ cumo on that of on Incor
porated iiank. '
Accountu kept In currency or gold subject tg
sli-Jit chvvJs fllthgut ustlco.
Ceillficatca of deposit w.ue.1 p ya\ito \ In thrcd ,
> lx and tweho inontlis , jcavinj ; Interest , or on
Icmand without Interest.
Advances maJo to customers on approved ( ecu-
rltlea at market rates of intercut.
Buy and neil gold , bill * of exchange , govern
ment , eUte , county und city bonds.
Draw niK'nt ilnvttn on Uncknil , Ireland , Scot-
And , and all parts of U\irope ,
Sell Huropean passage ticUetn.
COLLFXTf JONS I'KOUITLY HADK.
United States Depository.
FationalBank
OK OMAHA , -
Oor. 13th and Farnam Bta.
DLDHST BANK1NO KSTAlltlSUilEKT IN
OMAHA.
SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE DIIOTHER8. )
UTAHUSIirj ) IS58.
na a National liaulx Auguct 5 , 1SC3.
300,000 ,
omcria AMI WREOTOM
, Ylco PrcsMcnt.
U. W. YATia. Cadiler.
A. J. 1'orrLKTON , Attorney.
Jolt.tA.
F. H , DAVIB , Atat. Cithlcr.
Thl bink ircelvca dcposlu without regard to
immmts.
Iftueti tlmo rcrtlflmtcs bearing lukrest.
Draw * ilralU on ( Un Francijco and prluclual
lues of the Unltod btat < M , alw > l/Jniion , Dublin
Kdlnturuh and the vrlncipal cities ot the coutl
lent of Europe.
ItelU mascnccr tlcVcta tor emljrantj by the la
Special Attention
Is Once More Called to the Fact that
Rank foremost in the West in Asso rtment and
Prices of
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OP
Furnishing Goods
Hats and Caps.
Wo arc prepared to moot the demands of the trade in regard to Latent Styles
and P.ittcniB. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & co , ,
300 to 31213th St. , Corner Farnham
Omaha , A PAT A PIT Collins
Cheyenne , * * * \JJJl AJU&b.9 Colorado
Fall and Winter
I !
LATE AND NOBBY STYLES
FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Hats Trunks Valises
, Caps , , ,
IN THEILATESTJSTYLES.
SatiBfaction Guaranteed. Prices to Suit al
1316 FARNHAM STREET ,
NEAR FOURTEENTH ,
FURS !
FOR LADES , fiENTS , AUD OffltDM ,
At Mrs. HUBEKMANN'S , 16th Street ; , bet. Onpltol Avenue
and Davenport , Repairing neatly done and Furs
made to order , olOtjl

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