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. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY OCTOBER 17 , 1881.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Bocoril of a Day's Doings in Iowa's Western Metropolis , How a Detective Caught an Old Offender. The Remnants of the Recent Political Fight. Ganornl Notes rvnil Topic * of Pcr- aonnl Interest CLEVER. TIOW MOnSB SlinEWEttLV rLAYEI ) TI1K DKTECTIVB JIACKET. Ofllcor rorso who by tlio bye is be coming quito noted as n detective , happened into the law ofllcoof Wright & Baldwin , on Pcnrl street. Ho found Mr Baldwin , the junior member - bor of the firm , in conversation with n finely dressed young num. They had reached a certain point in their chat -when the finely dressed young man asked Mr. Baldwin nnd Mr. Morao to go out and tnko ti drink with him. This of course was declined by Mr. Baldwin. The finely dressed young man insisted that they should lot him treat them. Finally Mf. Morse said ho would tnko n cigar. The boy wont out after the cigar nnd while out Mr. Morse naked Baldwin who the young man was. .Mr. Baldwin rcmarke'd : "Ilo in n tough ono. Ho was the man , doift you remember , that I defended for burglary some time ago , nnd th'oy found so many tools sowed up in his vest. " Mr. Morse uasd ho thought ho waa the man that ho had boon on the lookout for for three or four days. "J have covered my game , I think , " remarked .Morso. "Keep quiot. " Tlio hey returned with the cigars and 11 treated. Ho then naked Morse to go out with him and take something. \ They wont out of the office together , Morse suggesting that they go to Louoy's saloon. There they wont , and tlio young man called for some of the best brandy in the house. This was sot up , and they came out. Morse says ho never dreaded before to toll a man that ho was under nrrcst. Ho Boomed to bo u perfect gentleman and had treated him so courteously and kindly , but knowing ; what his duty as nn oflicor was ho in formed the young man that ho might consider himself under arrest. Ho Bocmud nuita surprised and says that Morse played the detective game well Ho did not even suspect that ho was i shadowing him. Morse certainly deserves - serves credit for the manner in which ho worked up not only this case hut Bovor.il others since lie has boon city marshal , : A FAMILY TILT WIIICU DEMONSTRATES T3IK WIFE'S POSITION - ' TION IN TUB HOUSEHOLD. An engineer on ono of the railroads got into trouble last Saturday night. After working hard all day ho wont homo a little out of sorts. Not find ing things ubout the house just to his ) liking , ho wont back on his reputa tion as an amiable husband , and be gan to move things around quito live ly. Ho accused his wife , of course , of being the chief source of all his in digestion. Ono word brought on nn- ether , until they had talked each other as mad us a "hatter. " At last tlibi liis lordship bustled up to the partner bi of his'caros and wanted her to under 01M stand that ho was not only the engi 01bi neer of the house , but the engine bi itself , and remarked that from that t : liour on ho should rule the roost. BIcr The heavier part of the firm by a cr it is well-known Ht largo majority , as n - fact that she can tip a Fairbanks' tc ; beam at i50 ! , placed her arms a-kimbo tlh nnd shouted IIB her black eycu , tlb snappinu' like n picco of hot b liomlock : "Look hero , you oldgrenso ' .1Ifi Sot , do yon know to what immediate IfiJ anger you are subjecting your blow ] > ipo 1 1 have a word to say , you may dh depend upon it. You claim to bo the h engine. Very well , sir ; you are welcome - como to the position you hold. But , air , tnko warning and keep your placo. is "Von see m the person who stands bo- Jo ro you n woman that won't bo bul lied by any man living , husband or no husband. And while I speak I want yon to understand once for nil that I am the baillco of this establishment , and if you over poke your headlight over that threshold again , currying HO much steam , I will blow this whole concern higher than the roof of that dynamite car. Do you heart" Ho Btuppod gently hut rapidly out the back door ; taking a boo line , ho soon reached his cab. Taking down n email piece of an old looking-glass , ho exclaimed : "Thank God , I am all here. " A HLICK 1'IIIKONKK. A few days ngo , as was announced in TUB BEE , Deputy Marshal Stewart nnd Wall MoFndden loft this city with several prisoners in charge convicted before Judge Love in tlio United States Court of the chuigo of passing bogus money. Among the number was a man named I'roscolt. During the transit MoFiiddcn's attention was attracted to Prescott , who Boumod to' occasionally cast u peculiar look at the olllcors. After watching him a while MoPaddon turned away from him and then turned quickly and discovered Prescott at woik on his hand-culls with a "brier" on n .short stool saw. Ho had nearly sawed through the ligament that holds tlio slmcKcla to gether. A search was instituted and McFnddon found still another on his person. How ho concealed them is ' * Jiot known , as lie waa thoroughly searched before being put into jiul in this city. Prescott stilted to MoFad- don if it hadn't been for him ha would had boon a free man that day before dark. CHAl' WAH IDLE. ,7. 0. Morran wants it thoroughly understood that John W. Chapman did not vote for him ; that ho worked ' against him and in favor of Olnyton ; 'that ho knows what ho is talking about-for ho met Chapman bovoral times and ho crossed the ntreet to avoid him for fear ho would vote fur o him. Wo give Mr. Morgan's state ment gladly but wo don't ay wo bo- Jievo it-andif Eli Clayton has a friend ' ( UtMlJ * * ) * , 1 in Pottmvntainio county who docs on is out of tlio church , ho ! doing hiir self ami the world a very great injua lice to romnm thcro , A lONEtiY l EATIt , The nttonticm of Mr. Morp.in , th nndortnkor , was yesterday called to case of death from typhoid fever , n the old Denmark house , on Washing ton avonue. A young tnnn had die tlioro of that disease. "When Mr Morgan was called in , the man In naked , no pains having been taken oven cover him up. The first thin that was requested of Mr. Morga : was to take cfiargo of the poor ma ; nnd take him nway from the house They had no further use for him Mr. Morgan took him in chrrgo dressed him in what clothes h has and convoyed him to the "mor uuo , " on Drondwny , from which plac ho will bo consigned to a pauper * grave. There are quite a number o Danes in Council Bluffs. They liny a church hero and nro n rcspuctnbl class of people. Wo would HUggcn that they contribnto ft fund atnpnj , themselves to bo ready to moot jus such cases , HUUKIi'S LOIKJEIIS. The following namcfl appeared 01 the register nt llurko's Hotel Sunday John Laydon , brought in drunk b ; Ofllcor harhyte. After turning hii pockets a nickel pipe was found Chris. Olson , drunk and hungry Lodging and breakfast , $0.85. Pa Ctttlm , fighting drunk ; arrested by Darhyto and Brooks. Lodging am breakfast , $0.85. J. Cusick , nrreatct by Sidney Sterling for larceny. Assayed sayod $5,37 not enough for supper , lodging and breakfast. James Doyjo , drunk and fighting. Supper , lodging and breakfast $0.85 , or stone pile. Herman Warner , brought in by Ofll- cer Sterling , drunk. Lodging and meals , $0.8 j. Order on James Brows- tor accepted. Julius Coazar , brought in by Morse and Barhyto , too drunk to walk ; no money , no friends , no nothing , Stone pile. OI1TUUSIVK TATTLEltS. To the Editor ol THRUM. COUNCIL BLUPFS , October 10. There is nothing so low tind debasing as a tattler. Notwithstanding this there are always to bo found a set of these people in every city , town or village who congregate together and there hatch up stories about people , and when satisfactorilycomplotod they are thrown on society to bo talked about. At present there scorns to bo such a cl ss existing hero , and unless their talk is stopped they will got homsolros into trouble. SUDSCRIDER. CITIZBNH * INDIGNATION MUETIXO. M. G , Griflin , Ireland's champion in Council Bluffs , and president of the Council Bluffs land longuo , has issued call for a grand indignation meeting jvor the arrest and imprisonment of Dharlcs Stewart Parnoll by the Eng- tsh government , in anticipation of a loditious speech at Kildarc , Ireland. Elio citizens generally are requested to onvono in Dohnny's opera house to morrow evening at 7:30 : , to give mcfly expressions of their feelings , Mr. Griffin's action isondorsed by such Tien as Mayor W. R. Vaughan , Hon. John W. Chapman , United States narshal and editor of the Nonpareil , representative olcctby the G. of G. , J. J. Morgan , Hon. H. 0. Bloomer , ono f our leading citizens , J. G , Lemon , pastor of the Baptist church , Frod- jrick T. Webb , rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church , B. P. MoMonomy , pastor of the Catholic church , and nany others. Give them a crowded 10USO. OBJECTS TO A 1UCJKET. Mrs. Metcalf , the dressmaker at ho north end of the Main street ridgp , 1ms had the boiler makers not mly in her hair but her ears. A. S. tfcGroary has boon carrying on the justness of repairing boilers for some imo near the shop occupied by Mrs. Hotcalf. Since , however , Mrs. Mct- alf moved there to reside she has itood the noise as long as she proposes o , provided she can compel the boiler mender to stop Ins noise or move his business elsovvhoro. There is quite a iiuestion involved in the case , which pending before Ilia honor. Judge J. II. ] Heed , and which as yet iio bus not decided , although AVO understand'ho has the matter under advisement. NKW 1IOHK. The Council Blufls fire department to have a valuable accession in the nhapo of a fine two-horse lioso cart , to bo constructed to order , of the best material. The committee , who visited Chicago lately , also ordered 1,000 feet of now hoso. MIOKKHSIO.VAILY TllEATKD. Mr. Chapman , not fooling very well Saturday morning , on account of the restless night , the "King" nomination produced , sent for Doptor Morgan , flio doctor soon arrived and approach ing , took his right hand tonperly in liis , at the samp asked him a few nec essary professional questions. Ho moved his head gently fornard , and pointed to the NON-I-AIUCLEOH u stand near by. Morgan took up the paper , unfolded it , passed it to the sick man who pointed him to the article in question , "Why suioly , " said Doc tor Morgan , "that should not have produced all this fover. " But Chap man still insisted that it was nothing olso. The doctor hereupon remark ing that there was no immodiata dan ger , for him to remain perfectly quiet during the day , and at night ho would put a pill in the Globe that would bring him around all tight in a few days. TUB 11MJKK.S IN UHIKK. Mattack thinks ho likes farming bettor than politics after all. The funeral of F. Wallwny took place Saturday afternoon from the family residence , on Seventh avenue , and was well attended by the friends and relatives of the dccoasua. On account of the sickness of Miss Ella Sirith. the Mill street school boll , has not boon hoard lately , Ono of Bray t Horn's fine livery horses fell victim to the pink-oyo at their stable , on Scott street , last Yr day , Shorifntull has hia hands full now- a-days. The jail is crowded and Boino of the inmates are pretty hard CA90H. All member * of the Board of Trade are requested to meet at the rooms Monday evening , October 17 , at 8 . clock sharp. Business of considora- blo'intercst to the Board to bo trans acted. E. H. OIJKU , , Secretary. A httlo colored boy was on the street * early Saturday morning , wit ! his skates m liis hand , looking fo ice , The county board of supervisor will moot to-day to canvass the Vet polled last olcction day. A special greenback meeting , to sc that nil votes are counted , will b called at Pulton's stable. Harris Churchill and Ward will take notic when the call is made. H. II. Hoover , ono of Mr. Law Bon's ' hands at work on Mr. Ktrscht' residence1 , slipped while at work nti fell , injuring his ankle quito severely A young man named James O'Ncn mot Mr. Kcnno , ono of our citizens on the sidewalk Friday afternoon , extended tended his hand to shako , and foil ap parently dead into Mr. Konnu'sarms It was thought for a moment ho lint died , but ho sooii rallied. It is sup posed that it wes caused by instanta ncous stagnation of the blood. II. H. Mcrriam , the Broadwa ; grocer , has just received in store i largo quantity of fine winter apples known as iho "Bon Davis. " They are a fair sample of what can bo dom in Iowa in the way of raising this in valuable fruit. Morgan , representative , elected by Iho power of and the assistance of the Nonpariol , is a free-trader , a frco-"runner " free FreeMason - , n , a Mason and a frco-manj but wo'll vote for Wilson. Mrs. A. J. Pescmly accompanied her husband as far as this city whore she will remain and make a short visil with Mr. llico and family on Bancroft street. This is the only city of 20,000 in habitants that a four-page daily had cheek chough to claim the right ex clusivcly to control the patronage. I'EKSOrUIi I'AUAailAI'HS. A. D. Foster , member of the well known drug establishment of this city , hr s returned from quito an extended eastern business trip. Charles A. Clark , ono of the leading attorneys of Iowa , and junior member of the firm of Hubbard & Clark , of Coder Hapids , arrived In Council Blufls from the west Saturday eve ning. THE BEE stated in its last issue that A. J. Rising was a member of the law firm of Montgomery & Rising , of Sil ver Cliff , Col. Wo have since found that wo wcro in error. The firm of Montgomery 'it Rising having dis solved some time ago , Mr. Rising has no partner at the present time. Hi ? business east at the present time is to look after the interests of ono of his clients in an important transaction. Ho says the general practice in the country in which ho is located is dull at the present timo. II. Morritt , Hon. of Dos Mbines' mayor , was in Council Blufls over Sunday. Dr. A. B. BIcKuno returned on Sat urday from a brief business trip to Eugcno Adams , son of Austin Ad- ims , of Dubuque , was in the city over unday at the Ogdon. Prof. W. A. Sowoll , of the North western Quadrille band , of Des tfoincs , was at the Ogden yesterday. Lafo Young , of Atlantic , was hero ver Sunday at the Ogdon. Mrs. Gavin , wife of AldermanT. E. 3avin , of this city , and her children , isvo gene to Grand Island Nebraska , n a brief visit to her sister. Mossier , the clothier , has returned rein the .oast , whore ho wont to buy n a stock of the latest patterns. W. 0. Erb has returned from a bus- ness trip connected with the firm of ! rb & Duquette , wholesale confcc- ionors , of this city. Henry Swan has gene East via St. jouis on a pleasure and business trip. Hon. Fred O'Donnoll was in Iowa's notropolis Saturday. S. Millol Thompson of Providence , thodp Island , is in town. Ho says liat little "Rhody" never looked so mall to him as since ho "struck" owa. owa.Mrs. Mrs. Van Duson is in the city on a ist to the family of Mr. H. Swan. Ebon Newell , of stove-polish fame , ms loft Council Blull's on an extended msincss trip through Missouri. B. F. Montgomery is running for .he pllico of district attorney of the listricts in which j ho resides in Colorado rado , with some cluuico of success. Hon. 0. R , Scott , returned from larrison county Saturday nitwitwhere 10 is engaged on an important suit , lo returned Saturday night to Logan. Palpitation of tlie Heart. J. M. Might , Syracuse , N. Y. , writes : 'When I first commenced using your Uur- lock Ulooil Ditto 1 was troubled with lutterini ; nuil palpitation nf the heart. I elt weak nnd languid , with a numbnens of the limbs. 8iico ! lining , my heart hna lot troubled mo and the numbing Kenan- Ion is nil gono. " Price , $1 ; trial size , 10 centn. 10-codlw AGENTS WANTED FOR KAHTMT SKLLINO UOOKB or rim Aon J Foundations of Success BUSINESS AND SOCIAL FOHMH. The lav * s of trade , legal form * , how to tr n cl business , valuahlo table * , socl.il etiquette urlliiiucntary uwvfo , how ( o conduct public bull. icts ; In ( ait ft li a complete Outdo to BUITCSJ (01 11 ca > e4. A family nucewlty. Addruw for cir- nl t ami nwiinl tcrinr AN0110U I'UIJLISHIMI CO. , St.Louk Mo. Business College , THE GREAT WESTERN QEO. It. RATH BUN. Principal. Creighton Block , 11AI1A , - . . NKB11ASKA , X"S iil ( for CircuUr nov. 0d&vvll Bciul for oui New Illustra ted Price-List No. 30 , for Fall anil Win. or of 1881. FrcotonnyatWrchs. Contains - tains full description of all kindt of goods or personal and family use. Wo tleal iltrcctly ivitli tlio consumer , ami Bell all joods in any quantity at wholesale prices. You can buy better and cheaper than at Ullllf , MONTGOMERY WAKD & CO. 227 and 22Q Wabash AvcnucCJilcaKoHL > el4u3m ITUAYEl ) From SIert' > tablc. Omaha , one ) black marc , color noiuovv hat faded , eight erne no > ianoldvvelii ) > about cloven hiiidn-d , had oneadilloanil bridle A reward w 111 be paid for hir return or Information leading to her recovery , W. K. CAT1IKV , fort Cttlhouo , Neb - " The lending Sclentittt ot to-day agree thn tnontdlsu'MQsarocnU'icil by disordered klilnoj or llrrr. If , therefore , the kldnora and liver nr kept In perfect order , perfect health ulllhoth result. Tills truth has only been known n short time nnd for yearn people tuffcrod great agon1 without being aMe U find relief. The dlncovcr ; of Warner' * bafo Kldmy nnd Liver Unro marks' n new era 11 the treatment of tlicso troubles Miulo from n slinplo tro ] leal leaf of rare value. I contains Jutt the elements ncceynary to nourltl nnd Invigorate both of thcso Krcnt organs , and safely restore and keen them In order. Itlsn Positive Remedy for all the diseases that cnu pains In the lower part ot the Iwdy for Torpl Llvci IlcmlachooJaundlco UlzilncKi Oravc Fever- Ague Mi or and Urinary Organi , It Is an excellent and Mifo remedy lor female luring 1'rcgnnncy. It will control Mcnstru-vtlon nnd Is In 'alnallo for Lcucorrhaa or Falling o the Womb. As a Ulood Purifier It Is tincmiMcd , for It cure the organs thnt make the blood. This remedy , lilch has done such wonder' , It put up In the IAHOiST Sl/.BI ) BOTTLK of anj medicine upon the market and Is sold by Uriig- rl'ts and all dealers at I.2G per bottla. Foi Hlahotes , enquire for WAllNEii'a SAFK DIA BETES CUllk. It Is ft I'OHI i 1VE Ilcmcdy. H. H. WARNER & CO. , Rocheiter , N. Y. jclfl-tu-th-nit-lv AND- H a n d s o mest -IN THE MARKET ! For Sale by WM. F. STOETZEL , .521 South Tenth St. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TRAD ! MARK The OrcatTIIADI MARK An un failing rure ( or Seminal Wc&knoss , Spvrmator- rhca , Inipot- ency , anil nil rl cn csthat' follow an n BEFORETARINQ.8cqucnc0 of AFTER TAKIHQ. > cll Aliufce ; ua l.tm ol Jteniory , Unhcrtnl lAssh udo , Pain In the Hick , Dlmneis of Vision , Pro uaturu Old Afe ( , and ninny other DUoiscs that cad t < 5 Insanity or Consumption nnd a 1'rcma- urarn\o. JtarKull particulars In our jnmnhlct , vvhlch \a du > lre to send free by mull to e\try ono. 2TTtio Spetldo Mcdlclno U sold by all drtiifglsts it ? 1 per package , or 0 paclaprcs for 5 , or will o fccnt free by mall on receipt of the money , bv addrc8ilirB. TIICailAY MEDICINK CO. , Buffalo , N. Y. For wile ur C. F Ooodman. o < .7ino eod 1ARCIPI IS AS nts wanted for XJfo of JlnliriE.LU 1'resKlcrit Gardold. A com- kto , faithful history from cradle to piaio , by lie cinlntnt liIcraiKcr ( , Col. Conncll. Books 11 n dy for 4oln ory. An elegantly .Illustrated oluiuo. Endorsed edition. Liberal term * . Kcnts takoorrtern for from 20 to.60 copies daily , uUclla any other book ten to'ona. AKuntanever lode money BO fa > t. Hie book fells itself. Kx- erienio not necotary. rallurAunknonn. All nako muncnso profit" . Prh ata term * freo. QEOUOE bTlNSO.V & CO. , I'ortlaml , Maine. WAR IN PASSENGER RATES I IIOBI1IE BROS , Brokers In all Railroad Tickets , Omaha , Neb , , offer Tickets to the Kast , until further not'ce , at the following unheard of Low Katuu Chicago , 912 ; Round Trip , 24.00 , The o are limited first-Class Tickets and ( rood for rt-turn through t lie j ear , arid via the Old JUIIablo Chicago cage , llurllnirton A ( Julncy Railroad. Also , one nay to NEWYOUK. 1st clow. JIB 00. BOSTON , , ilo 2COO. PHILADELPHIA , . do 10 00. WASIIINuTON , do IP CO. for | Kirtliulars , write or go direct to IIOUHIK DUOS. , Dialer * In lU'dum ] Itatu Ilallroad and SteamshipTltkota. SWTonth St. , Omaha , Neb. lUmcmtier the place Throe Doom North of Union Paclnc Itallroad Depot , Koat Side of Tenth Slrctt , Onuliiv. Aucunt 1. ISSt aiiJMawlm llPVni CC 1 amAgt.nir Liil.uilUlA UlU lULElOi andOrroilU i-CU . bend three cent stan-p forCatoloLiif and price list containing full Information. N , I , D , SOLOMON , Falnt , OU > anil Gin * OMAHA. NKB ACADEMY OP THW SACREDHEART OMAHA , NEB. S. B. Corner Oth and Howard. The plan of Studies Is the same as that pursued 11 all the Aitulcmlrs of the bacrcd Hi art. Dlf- erenco In religion Id no obstacle to the admls- on of joung ladles. Terms : Including Hoard , Vanning , Tuition ami Irstrumcntal Music , per session cf the months , $1M > . References kraro- ulri-d from all persons unknown to the Inntltu- 011. For further Infarnutlnn apply to The tight Itcv , Bishop Omaha , or to the tady Superior. ue22dlm HAWKBYB PLAINING MILL 00 , DCS Moines , Iowa. Manufacturers of GASH. DOORS , DLIND8 , DHACKET8. MOULDINGS , O. flrrat wluctlon In ll iik Counter * , I'lani hir. Itliul.and word funiUluxlln ll kind * ot bard rkottviood. Counter * flnUlicd In oil when do- rid bhilvtiiiral all kltula lurnUhvd anil put i to bullillni ; nady lot ) w l t on short nolle * ur workmen are the l > e t mechanic ! that ovn be irocurcd , hnv o money by glv Ing ui > our COD ructs. Stair * , Newell and Baluttcn. Our foreman In lhl JerA'tment " tonnerlj Uli Fro t Manulatlurlm : Co , IChlcajo , li , and lu done tame ot tliu fli.ot Stair * ork nthoNorthwcit . . . Ordcn by mall promptly attended to. 29 SIB United States Depository. OEMaaST NationalBank OF OJIAIM. Cor. 13th and Purnnm Sts , OLDKST BANKING ESTADL1SHMKNT IN OMAHA. BUCCE88ORO TO KOUNTZE BROTHERS. ) UTABURIIRD 1BUJ. Organized M a National lUnk Augiwt 20,1803. CAPITAL AND PROFITS OVKIl 300)000 ) OrriCRUI AND DIRRCTOU t oumn , Prtsulcnt. TUS Koi'.irzn , Vice PrnMenl. U , W. YATm , Canhlrr. A , J. t'orrtrrox , Attorney. Jont A. CRIIOIITON. F. H. luvu , Ant. duhler. Thl bank receives dcpogtta without regard to amount * . ItttfBllmo ccrtlflcfttca bairlne Interest. IMH ilnvrtu on Rnn Francisco and principal cltlta ot the United StaU , also London , Dublin IMIhl > nreh and the princl ( > al cities of the contl ncnt of feutopu. SelH r < x 8ciifcr ( tlchrta for emigrants by the In man line mavldtf The Olaeat BANKING HOUSE IN NEBRASKA. Caldwell , Hanulton & Co , . Business trannctod fomo KB that ot an Incor- | X > ratcd Dink. Account * kept In currency or gold subject to ilpht check without notloo CortlflratCK of deposit wird payable In three , rix and twclvo monthn , joarln Interest , or on demand without Interest. Adv ancci made to customers on approved secu rities at market rates of Intorebt. Buy and sell gold , bills of exchange , govern ment , Btato , county aud ilty bauds. Draw Rlgnt J raits on England , Ireland , Scot- and , and all parts ol Europe , Bell European passage tickets. COLLEOTJONB PHOMPTLY MA OR. aupliltDISEASES. . OF TUB EYE & EAR DR. L. B. GRADDY , . Oculist and Aurist ; LAYE CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL. , References all Reputable Physicians of Omaha < 3TOfflce , Corner 15th and Farnhnm Sti. , Omaha , Neb luMmetf Dr , Amelia Burroughs AT THE WITHHELL HOUSE , Tuesdays and Fridays , 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ecp20- ' EexterL.Tliomas&Bro. ' WILL BOY AND BELL AMD ALL TRAN8ACT10N CONNBCTKD TnER Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc , IP TOD WANT TO BUT OS. BILL Call at Office , Boom 8 , Crelghton BlocV , Omaha. ac6-d TliB Oreighton and Niotoara luns dallv , leaving .Crelghton on arrival ot rains at B.SO 11. m. Arrive k Nlobrara , 12 30 n. m. Ixa\ei Nlobrara , 11:30 p. in : Arrives at Crelphton at 0 a. m. . in time for train. Fare , 82. octlO-lui QEOEOE KERRY , Proprietor. PILES ! PILES ! PILES ! A Sure Cure Found at Last ! No Ono Need Snfferl Aiurocuro for 1311ml , Blcodlni ; . ItohlnR and Ilccrntod I'iles has been discovered by Dr. Wil- ' lam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. William's ndlan Ointment. A blnglo box li.ia cured the womtchronic cases bf 25or SOjcars standln ) ; . I < o no need suffer flvo minutes alter npplj lag this wonderful 6ootliliif ( nudlclne. Lotions , Instru- ncnts and electuaries do more harm than good , Villlam's Ointment absorbs thu tumors , allajs ho 'ntcnse itching , ( partlcultmly at night after ( -cttliif ; wa n In bed , ) acla as apoultlcc , gives In- tant and painlcu relief , Mid Uprc ] > arLd only for 'lies. Itching of the private part" , and fornoth- ng else. Head what tbo lion J. M. Crfllnberry of Clcv c- and sa\a about Dr. William's Indian 1'ilo Olnt- lent : I hao used Kcorcs of Tiles curo-i audit ffordsmoplcabina to say that I Invo never found iiythlnvvulcli gavusui.li Imino jlato and jwrnia- ont relief us Dr Wll Inm's Indian Ointment For ealo by all druggists or mailed on receipt of > rlte , | 1 00. HENRY & CO. . Frop'rs. , L'LKVKLASU , OHIO. For ealo by C. F. Goodman. OctlOdcod&vv cowly John G. Jacobs , ( Formerly of GIsh&Jacobs , ) UNDERTAKER. No. 1417 FarnhamSt , 01.1 Stand of Jacob Ola. ni nv Trlivraph nllHfwl o27-1v B. D. MCLAUGHLIN , ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Notary Public. Freniler'i Block , Oppoilta Pot Cfflfe , SEALED PROPOSALS For the Construction of Sidewalk * . Scaled proKfals ] will bo received by the under ijrned until Thiin-day , Ortobtr 20th , 1881 , 1 ? 'tlnik noon , tor thu construction ofrxml repairing fuldivvalliii In front of and iiOJolnlnj ; thu follow. \K \ dibcrlbcd premUes , to-wlt : ' 1 hovtkt SOU ft tt of tliu t-oiith 13- ' feet of lot ! , of Capitol addition , on the north bldaof Farn- lam street , a Icct wide. I Also In front of the toutlilFZ feet of lot 3 , In 'apltcr ! addition , noitli tldo of Farnham btnct , Ictt lilo. Alia lot 4 , north Meet Farnham ( street , 0 feet Idc. AUo lot 0 , north elilo of Farnham street , (1 feet Ido. J. J. L.C. J i\M7IT : , oeUCt Cit ) Clcik. I'ltOBATE NOTIE. n tlio matter of the litato of Thomas Hlackmore , deceased , Notlco is hereby ptvcn that tliu creditors of wld deceased , Hill meet the admlnUtrlx of said Cstate , bufore me , County Judge of Douglas kmnty , Nebraska , at the t'ountv Court Hooin i said County , on the Ut da ) of Xovcmbrr , 1681. n the Ut day of January , 1S32. and on the Int ay of liarrh , ISS'J , at 10 o'clock a. m. eai h day , or the purpose of presenting their claims for ux- minatlon , adjustment and allowance. Bix lent' s are olloiud for creditors to present their aim , and one } car for the administratrix to Lttlenald estate , from the 1st dvy of September , JSI , this notice will bo piibll heJ inTllK OUAIU 'K8KLY UBK for four nveksiucccsiilvcly , prior to 10 Ut day o ! November , 1K31. I10WAHD n. SMITH , County Judge : GRAND OPENING I Professor Fiihcr , ( from St. lx > uts ) Dancing Ac- demy , btandanl Hallvor Flllccnth and ram. am , Tuc'iJiy evening , September Oth. Classes for Ladles and GuntUmcii comracncln 'ucsday ( .veiling September 6th ; classes * for ] l cs and Masters , coiiimvncln Haturdiy alter- eon at 4 o'clock. Clauses for Families , will bo rrangod to suit tbo honorable patrons. Also allot dancing can bo taught. Terms Illicrol , and pcrfua satisfaction to schol. rn iruarantied. I'rhatulnntructlonswll ogtr- i at the Dancing Academy or at the nuluuito [ Ilia jutrou * . I'rnito orders may bo left at ll i Mcjcr A ro's. i:30 tf JH FLIEGLE ucceabor to J , H Thltle , MERCHANT TAILOR Ho. JSO DouKlir - O-x\U Neb. BOSTON STORE 614-616 So. TENTH STREET. HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS. I Case scarlet Twill Flannels , 26 to 60 cents. 1 Case White Shaker Flannels , 16 2-3 worth , . 25 cents. Case Grey Mixed Flannels , 16 2-3 to 25 ctsr Case Shirting Flannels , 22.1-2 , worth 36 cts. Lot Fancy Plaids , 20c , worth 30. 11 " " 26c , worth 46. " All Wool Shudda Cloths , 46-50c , worth 65c. Lot Black Cashmeres , 60 , 65 , 75 , 85 , 95 cts. " Heather.Foule Mixtures , 40c , worth 60. 11 All Wool'Armres new shades 25 cts , worth 40. . Black Satins , 75c , $1.00 , $1.26 , $1.60 , Black Gros Grain Silks , $1,00 , $1,26 , $1.35 , , $1.50. Look at our $1.00 silks. Heavy Canton Flannels , 8-12 , IO , II 1-2 , 12 1-2. Black and White checkered shirtings , 12 1-2 , , and 15 cents uptown prices 16 2-3 and 20 cents. 1 Case Lanies' and Childrens' Hosiery. 17 dozen Men's Heavy Underwear , 60 cents each , , worth 75. - - h 20 "dozen Ladies' Merino Underwear 50 cents up to $1.75. Our Millinery department is now stocked with all the correct styles. Trimmed Hats $1.00 to $15.00. P. G. 1MLAH , Manager , Leader of Popular Prices. DEWEY & STONE , FURNITURE ! ORCHARD & BEAN , J. B. FRENCH & CO. , C A R P ETSI G R O C E R SI FURSmiRS ! FOR UBffiS , GEM , AID CHILDREN , At Mrs. HUBERMANN'S , 16th Street , hot. Capitol Avenue nd Davenport. Repairing neatly done ana Purs _ _ made tj order , _ olOtjl Omaha , A PAT AflTT Collins Cheyenne , * * * UJLMI& JJfo. ) Colorado Fall and Winter CLOTHING ! ! LATE AND NOBBY STYLES FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN. Hats Trunks Valises. , Caps , , . " 70 IN Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices to Suit at 1316 FARNHAM STREET , ' NEAR FOURTEENTH ,