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§ THE OMAHA DAILY BEE MONDAY OCTOBER 17 1881.
THE DAILY BEE. Monday Morning , Pot. 17.t REPUBLICAN COUNTY TKjj ELECTION TUESDAY , NOVEJtTRU VOT Shorill , DAVIU N. For Trew lrcr JOHN PvUSII. Cleric , JOHN BAUMKIl. Fet CommJiwlonor , 1' . . 1 > . KNIGHT. For Judge , , _ A. M. C1IADWICK. For Surveyor , GEORGE SMITH. "For Superintendent of Instruction , J. J. POINTS. For Coroner , JOHN G. JACOBS. _ _ For the nccomodfctlon of our up-totr patrons arninpcnj < ntsb To boon made wit Edholm & Erlckaon , Jewelers , opposite ! * post office , wfaere ndvcrUscmcntfl KB orders for the city delivery of TUB Hi will be rcccival. Advertisement ) ) for t ) evening must bo 'honied in before IU30 | tn. , tor the worninp edition before 8f : p , m ept23-U ' LOCAL BREVITIES. Patterson noils coal , Frederick Loading Hnttcr Doane , llclioblo Hnttcr. Fine pockotlknivcs nt KtrWs. Owl Clffftre nt Kulm's DrcR Store. NijSrt , School nt the Buntmess ollcg Th" Lion continues to roar ( or Moore Hunch .ad Saddlery. For riNB Commercial Job Prlntlni all at TJIK < Bnc Job room * . Smoke Btarlton & Storms , Cnei \ Cigar , at Kulm's Drug Store only. Boys'Worm School Cups , all ktni cheap , at Rredorick's ; largest Btnck. oct4-0t Nobby Derby nnd Cbth Hnts 1v genie , something now , at ( Frederick's , tli Hatt r. ootlZw-tftfl HATS''HATS.I ! ' HATS ! Latest etyJcs nrgeststock in the city at Henry'G ' Ulchtor's , HS22 Farnham sireet. im-f-s-m-&o. The firivini ; park nssiclation WOTC- building 'tiro1 blown down bzildlng nndithi fence and will have it all In good conditioi in a few days. "A mrc chnnco" for somebody to ute ] Into a good paying business. The BtocV and CxtuTon of the Michigan tobacco ston 1417 Douglas street for Halo cheap. Kn qulrocn the.urcmiscs. Dean's iFo ver and Ague Tonic Cordial ! "takes the cako" for curing Ague , Mala ria or Bilious Fevers. Try a bottlo. For sale by W..3. Whltehouse , C03 N 16tli ntreet. ntreet.About:8 : o'clock Friday .evening tin Au- rust Schrouiler wan going to M residence on SirtooRth'Htreet , near Matey , ho slip ped and fell , dlnlocating hi * arm at the ahoulder. The dUlocatlon WM reduced by Dr. Schorer. In the Cass street school even roonu are now in order , and each coatains more pupil * than desks. Some of. the finest teachers in tke city are in charge and ex cellent results are expected. The young ladies' Trinity guild will open an Indus. trial school in one of the rooms tame time this week. Miua Schuller wilt bo in charge of it. Al. Schrotcr , of Bchrotor & Beeht , lost his way while going homo Friday night. At the end ofj&InryVavcnuo he fell down a , gully and brought up against fence. Not having a match to show him his way out ho fired his revolver in order to cxamiuu liia surroundings. The barrel blew tc pieces and the fragmenti wont whizzing about hia head. He escaped injury and finally regained the path. One hundred and fifty-nino beautiful residence lots , located on Hamilton street , half way between the turn table of the red street rar line and the waterworks reservoir and addition , and just west ol lite convent of the Sinters Poor Claire in Shinn's addition. Prices range from $7fi to ? KO each , nnd will bo sold on easy termi to those who will improve. Bcmia' real estate * aRency , Fifteenth and Douglas streets. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. IToodlw PERSONA ! * Chas. A. Filer , of St. Joe , Mo. , is stay. Jng at the Crelghton House. E. B , Mower and family , of Dubuque , "Town , ore at the Creighton House. D. W. Whittle , the celebrated revivalist of Chicago , Is a guest at the Crelghton House. J. Hughes , of Fremont , Nebraska , U In the city , nnd can bo found nt tbo Crcinli- ton House. r If. JJnwprd , of Pcorla , brother of Mr. Howard of tw ! V. P. railway , is at the Creighton House. II. Neycncsch , of Pt llnr Iowa , pub- libber of The Weekly Pella Blade , Pella'a Wcekblad , and Do Chrintvljko Hermit , are in the city. Yorktown Celebration in Omaha. TlioEmmot monument association of tliis city IIOB inadu arrangements to bcfittinyly culubrato the ono hun dredth anniversary of the buttle of Yorktown. On Wednesday ovonhig the recurrence of the anniversary will bo observed in Clark's liall , when , be sides an oration , n ball will bo givent The association has made nmplo prep- nratious nud an unusually pleasant time may bo predicted in advance for thoao who attend. tmck-ncho for Indlen No hend-iicho or - who drink "WINE OF OARDUI. " At 0 , V , Goodman Haad . 0. W , Mead lion entirely noverod liis connection with the Omaha smelt- haying sold out hia Inter- . vat | o Guy 0. Barton. The lately elected diroctora of the1 coiripany are Ouy 0. Barton , J. H. Millard , K. W. Wash , 0. Balboch and Win. Wallace. The officers of the institution are now ; Guy 0. Barton , president ; J. II. Millard - lard , vice president ; K. W. Nash , sec retary and treasurer and Charles Bal- bach , superintendent. CRIMINAL CALENDAR , Twenty Persons Who Wil Answer Various Charges Before the District Court , B < Binning To-day. An Outline of Ench FononVAl legod Of otmo. Sixteen niont two boys and tw women apporvrod in the district < oou : Saturday under guard of the aho iff fissistint to enter n formal pica I various charges tlint were prcforrc againot them. The criminal docket will bo inkc up trramptly * t 0:30 : o'clockth mornmg , andit is Judge Savagc'ti di siro-to diapooa of all the CMOS with i little delay an possihlo. All the prisoners pleaded not guill to tlio charges preferred ngaiiut then The firnt-caso marked for trial e Monday ic that of Charles W. Tract and Hose r/ork , who aro'chargod wit irobhory. Hose York is a young lad who liven in a disreputable part i Twolfth-titreot. Ono night she ci Aicod J'otor Peterson to Jior teen She bid scarcely closed the door whc a man identified ao Oharli \V. Tracoy bolted in nnd thrcatono to wallow in Peterson's pore unloi that ; gentleman forked ovcrlu's vah ablos. Peterson was not a man i stand on ceremony under such circun stances , so ho Ktivo up his mono ; Afterward Rose York nnd Traeoy wet arrested and the latter identified li Peterson. The cases which follow willho , trie lin.tho order named. Matthew McNamara is chargot with soiling liquor without a license A similar charge is preferred againa ilonry Hornborgor. Neither gentleman was present ii court to plead. John McDonald is charged wit' robbing Owen Connolly. It is sail ho hold that gentleman up to tbo extent tent of $45. Martin Lewis is charged with bur glariV.ing Samuel Burn's house. Michael Wiillona in charged witl larceny as bailee. This charge i preferred by Lewis Schneider , win alleges that ho gave Wnllons $1,001 to keep for him and that now Walloni refuses to return the money. P. H. Garrlgan is charged with embezzlement bozzlomont by Sidney Smith , Iocs jgontjor the Wheeler & Wilson sow ing machine company. Garrigan wai n Smith's employ and it is alleged imbozzlod $ GU.5 nnd then skippot ) ut. Ho was afterward arrested and jrought hero by Dotcctivo Noligh. Max Reese is charged with robbing Thomas Wondl. This occurred ro- tontly. Wondl wvs drunk at the time md lay on the street. It is said a iouplo of boys witnessed the robbery md followed Reese up .until ho wat irxoatod. ' Frank Bunkoo is a more boy. He s charged by J. H. McShano with itcaling n horse. Bunkco was , it ii tllcgod , having a high old time out in ho country , when arrested. P. H. Garrigan is also charged with orging a $20 dollar order. II. G. Olark & Co. charge a former lerk named Rudolph Gayer with em- > ezzling $125 while in their employ. Sam Klein pleaded not guilty to the hargo of shooting young George frank. It will bo remembered that ioth of these boys were pupils at the Dodge street school , and that it was ihnrgod that while they were coining lown the slops ono evening after icliool had boon dismiased , Klein sud- lenly turned around nnd shot Frank. Hio boy wan first thought to bo langerously hurt , but lias since recovered. Klein is nn undersized routh , about fourteen years old and ooks as slippery as an col. In a second charge of selling liquor vithout license , preferred against Matthew MoNamaraGotliob Zimmor- nan and Henry Siert apponr as wit- 1C83C3. In a similar charge * against Henry lornbergor , John U. Brandt is the vitncss ; William Bokovis is charged with tabbing Samuel Bckovis. This was i family row , which occurred recently tear Boyd's packing house. 3'okovis is known to have lourishod a knife and boon ovoroly handled , but the case is con- idorably mixed up. Mary Stundon is charged with lar- iony. She lived with MM. Mary VBrion , who charges that she stole 540 from hor. The charge of stabbing , under which Albert Still and Leo Still are to bo riod , also grow out of a triangu- nr family row , which nt the time was bought might turn out to bo n jnur- lor. lor.Chas. Chas. DoGroat will answer two barges nt the present term of court ; no for arson and the oilier of selling iroporty with the intention to dotraud iiqurora , A cliargo of murder in the first do- rep stands against Ohns. A. Nystrom. t is he who ia charged with killing 'olm Poturaon , alias John Willman. 'ho row occurred in a blacksmith hop in the northern part of the city , nd Peterson was BO brutally kicked hat ho died BOOH afterward , Goo. Morris and James Welsh are hargod with robbery. They are sup- tosod to bo confidence operators. Ono if them snatched 8100 foom David ' 'inch Hat ton at the union depot. Phis ho throw to the other , who ran , mtboth were finally arrested. Hat- on , who is a wo'lthy stock raiserwas in his way to Germany , where ho vas about to pay a visit. Fjrunk Martin , charged with Inr- iony as bailee , is the follow -Jim Uonhenson says tried to make away nth his $80 homo. Crank- ' George 11. Buthard , the crank who ittempted to shoot Guiteau Friday B ivoll known in Omaha. Ho came lore about ono year ago nnd on hia irrival was a eight to sod. His ejothes omposed entirely of rugs , were held ogethor by patches of mud. Ho went o sloop ina mud puddlu in the street ho Tint ( light ho arrived hero and rus arrested and taken to jail. After his rcloaso ho wrtn taken in hand b ; otempcmnco society And hupplWl wit a nuit of clothes. Aftcc lecturing fo Homo timchcopcncd n pension uillcc , a which ho made Rorao money. Ho o entangled in n lovp scrape with young lady in Council Uluffa , nnd th refusal of her parents to their marrS ngo caused him 1o leave Omaha , H located in the 'aouthorn part of th state , and it it said mndo considorabl money. Ho "was an erratic porso and Buffered Toquontly from nborrn tion of the mind. Ho has , it ia naid spent sovarl years -of his life in ai inebriate anylum. BINDING COOTS. Terms of the Contract to Built the Court House. T-lio substance of the contract cntct ed into between John F. Coots , o Detroit , the contractor for the noi court house , and the county commis sioncrs is 'that ' in consideration c $108,010 to bo paid to Coots ho agree to construct a building in nil respect according to the plans , details tails and specifications agree * upon. The building is to bo com plot'ed for the amount named , not withstanding that seine of the ncocs nary labor may not bo mentioned ii the Hchcdulo , the entire court housi to bo ready for occupancy by or before fore December 31 , 1883. The com missionora insert the following proviso vise : "If the electors of th said county of Douglas nt tin next general election should fai by an aflirmative vote an provided bj law , to authorize the said county o Douglas to appropriate the sum o fifty thousand dollars towards the con struction of said building , according to the terms of a proposition submit ted to .Raid electors by said county o Douglas by its boaid nt a session holt Oct. < i , 1881 , then this agreement , anc contract is void , but if the said pro position is carried then this contrac is binding and of full force and of foot. " * _ , Economy- A fortune may bo spent in using Inef factual medlcinea , when by applying Thomas' Eclectric Oil a speedy nnd econ omicttl euro can bo effected. In case o rheumatism , lame back , bodily ailments or pains of every description , it affords in fltant relief. 17 eod lu Struck in the Eye. Ernest Wiggs , battorymnn at the Western Union telegraph company's Dflico , mot with a serious nccidonl snrly Saturday. Ho was fooling with a young man in the office at the itno. In sport , his companion threw in ink eraser at him , the blade ol ivhich went through the oyo-ball side ways and was stopped by the bono of ho nose. Mr. Wiggs was taken to iis homo , corner of Irene and Blonde trcots , and Dr. Denise called. The lector said that there was a : hanco of his regaining partial use oi iis eye , but that tha sight would bo : ertainly impaired and it was not im- jrobablo that ho would entirely lose ho use of it. This is the third orious accident caused by each an mplomcnt within the last thirty days. Wo believe in temperance and horcforo recommend "Conrad's ' Bud- veisorBoor. " m &o 'Whittle and MoGranohan- The meetings to bo conducted in Ilia city by those evangelists will onunonco to-morrow morning at the 'resbytorian church , at 9 o'clock , specially for Christian workers , 'hero will bo a mooting also at 4 'clock , the usual time for the Y. M. ) . A. gospel service , to which the oung men of the city are especially ivitcd , The evening service coin- icncoaat 7:30 : promptly , The Poughkeopsip News , wo BOO , nentions the following by Mr. John loonier : Some time ngo I suffered heumatism in the greatest degree , nd unable to work for a long period. commenced to rub my feet with St. acobs Oil. Relief came nt once. The ocond day the swelling subsided , and ftor the use of two bottles of the ) il , nil pain had loft and I was able to o to work. A LIVE SUBJECT. Phat of Proper Ventilation in the Schools. At the teachers' meeting hold at the last school Saturday the question f ventilation and general physical ulturo of the pupils was discussed , rof.Laneinadothofollowing remarks : hyaical honlth nnd bodily comfort nut not bo overlooked in efforts indo to bring our schools up to high degree of intellectual culture , rcsh nir is of vital importance to ealth. School hygiene is a subject ' great importance. Plans nnd moth- ds have boon devised to secure good ontilation ; it is of equal importance lat the teacher understand how to btain the proper li-ht and ventita- on without exposing the pupils 0 the cold. Bad ventilation 1 sure to bring on headache , . ly experience and observations con- rni , the opinion that this can bo boat ono by a thorough knowledge of the ulos of hygionq and of chonncal laws , 'he teachers should bo fully acquaint- d with these and should apply them p tlyp immediate wants and concli- ions of each room. A number of questions bearing on Ids subject weru then given , which ho teachers will look'up during the vook and bo questioned upon at the mxt mooting , "WINE OF OARDUI" four tluta n lay inukca u huppy household. ' AtC. V. CooJmin. A car load of Minnesota flour just cceived at French's. Call early and void the rush. Winter Cupft at Bunco's. GOSPEL EXPOUNDERS. Whittle and McGranahcm Getting ting to Work. Their Meeting nt the Prosb jterln Ghnrch Iint Night- OonKrdr.ringtho disnjjrooablo woathc Hn * attendance t the Prcsbyteria church last night was largo. Very fo women , however , were present. Tli well-known rcrivalists , Messrs , Whil tie nnd McGmnahan , conducted th services. ' The subject for the ovcnin dtscourao wan "Prepare to meet tli God,1' In beginning Mr. Whittl said there is a God , but the difficult is that people are so wrapped u in their .infidelity lhat you cannc .got nt them. PcopVo don't believe i tho-existence of a God , but natur fdiows n maker nnd the Bible prove God to have been that maker. If yo nro a moral being you nro responstbl to God , nnd your conscience tells yo this. Wo have got to meet God. Th great sin on this earth is Godlosanosc God has given man n will which nl lows him to say no oven to him. It wil bp .an awful meeting wit ! him it it comes beyond the grave There is nothing that can occur afte death which can change man's destiny As an immortal being , is it wise t ignorp him ? Man has no business ii the Air. It ia for birds only. The ; alone should navigate it. God son the gale which caused the death o Donaldson and Griswold , because the ; were in the wrong place. The preparation ration to meet God consist ! of three things : The paying o the penalty , repentance , and i willing God. 'The first nnd third nr < issiued , nnd it would bo well for nl if the second , which depends on the people individually , was also suro. Meetings will bo hold during thii week. week.Mr. Mr. Whittle is n fine-looking mar if medium height. In speaking he addresses himself to his audience ni khough in conversation with thorn , nd is n very impressive talker. Hit illuRtrutions are very apt ; they are taken from the practical nlTnira ol life , and go home to everyone's un derstanding. Mr. McGranahnn , who leads the tinging , resembles Mr. Whittle in juild. As a singer ho is a great sue- : ess , and aided by his wife , will loubtlcss contribute greatly to the lucccsa of the meetings. Mirablle Dlotn- "Your Spring blossom is a success. ] lertaihly think its effects nro wonderful : tiltbo dysi critic symptoms I complained if have vanished ; my wife is also enthusi astic in praise of it ; she was disfigured > y blotches and pimplts on her face , and tad a continuous headache. She ia nil ight now , and all unsightly eruptions i vegono. You may refer any doubting tartics to me. B. M. WILLIAMSON. "Elk street , Buffjlo. " Price.,50 cento : triul bottles. 10 cants. [ 17-eodlw ] LIST OF UETTERS lemninlng in the Omcha Postofficefor th reek cndhiff Saturday , October 15th , 1881 : LADIES nderson S Jfra Bragg * S K Mn nitberhood L Mrs Brown M Mw ryntcsdotterTMiw Bowman S Mias Brown W W Mm n > wn L Miss rowel Mw Coffin T L Mw Hester UCMIsa Carlson L Mis * 'cmalio ' Doyle B Mis * rancia II Felton J Mw rny 1) Rowland TSMri lowland K H Mr * Hall N Mlsa ( anuan S Misa Johnson A Mm olitisoti B Mru Johnson L Mlaa ackaplou A Miss Kroelgk H V Miss iatenS Ix > wo W H Mw laltnor Mru Mor o E Mlsa lanllnllE Mrs Merrill E Mm 'ortltwoml B O'Dcll D W Mr * 'llrlenT Mlw Pliant G Miss Pound L Miss caraon E Mi" " oung L E Miw Ityan A Mius-2 : M Spieler BMru yan theiiHLD MM B nbung J Mlw eeA Mr * Htowart M Mru iiilth M MUn Young 0 U Mw , rftl h E J Mm. Webb 'ood J Mils TIIOH. F , HALL , P , M. of Vet ir . As election o.pproaches the ncccssil of urging votc-.rs to register is reacn cd. If a * voter is not rcgistorc propurly ho is obliged to swear in h vote at the polls. This involves di lay nnd vexation for both the voti and the officers of the polling placi Every dtizon , whether American boi or nat-oralized , who has not rcgistorc before , should at once apply to tl ; registrar in his particular ward or pn cinct , and ace that his natno : properly on the list. It is n < sufficient that the voter has sworn h ballot in nt previous election , Tli oath thus taken by the voter is place in the ballot box , locked up nnrl ni taken out until the next elcclioi The registrar therefore docs not sc these papers and has no opportunit to mnko correction of his list. Poi Bono ] registration is the only sui method. JOURNALISTIC BANTLIN < It'a Weak-Minded Attempt a Criticism. Ono of the weakly contemporaries which ornaments four of its page with stale stereotype plates , and th other four with social news largol , expanded and clipped from the dail papers , is virtuously indignant eve the discovery that THE BKK has ap propriated ono of its personal item without crediting the source. Out o thirty-six social items in this amatou production twonty-oight have alread ; appeared in Omaha papers during tin past week and a number ar taken from last Saturday's BEE where they appeared for tin 5rst timo. Now , THE BEE does no abject to this class of newspaper ed iting which is legitimate in all jour tials which only pretend to furnish i weekly resume of local events. I sxpects no credits to bo given , as i is not customary. It is , however , do- : idodly cheeky for the amateur oditoi sf the Douglas street contemporary tc ; hrow stones while ho sits inside oi : iis glass house and works his shear * n the view ot the world. If he ivill follow the example of hia sredeccssc * he will find him- lolf nblo to publish a bright md spicy paper which will loubtless pay the way without -lireatening those who refuse to ad- rertiso or hanging to the tails of a theatrical manager as the appendage ) f a third class theater. While talking about stealing news t might be well for the editor to cast iis eagle eye over the following. The iriticism credited to The Dramatic Sows appeared ono week before that ircdited to his own publication. Here s how they read : The appearance of Joseph Jefferson in ihendjui'a charming comedy , ' 'The livals , " drew to the Union Square thea- re , on Monday night , the first rcprescnto- ive audiei.ce of the season , a refined , cul- ured and appreciative gathering , prepos- lessed in tbe artist's favor , but alert to de- cct the slightest fault. Dramatic News. The oppcaraaco of Misp Emma Abbott n Auber a charming opera , ' Fro Dia- 'olo"drewto the Academy of Music , Monday evening , September 19 , the first epresentative audiencd of the season a eh'ned , cultured and appreciative gathcr- ng > prepoaessed in the artiatV favor , but lert to detectthe , slightest fault. Satur day Times. THE various climates of the world oquiro different modes of living , but he "Conrad's Budweiser Beer" may 10 used with advantage in every lime , Ask ycur grocer for it , m&e Medical College Clinics- The Omaha medical college is now lirly opened. Twenty-two student s ro already enrolled and more are rriving daily. The college building admirably adapted for its work. ? ho labratory room fitted up for prac- ical work is on the lower floor. Back f it is the college museum , ontaining ut present a fine col- action of ihtcological specimens lolonging to Dr. Ayors. The upper tory contains the dissecting room and mphitheatro. Five lectures are do- ivered daily , and on Saturday from 9 0 12 a free medical and surgical clinic 1 held. The faculty desire to call cs- ecial attention to this feature , and r'ill attend carefully to any patients rho desire to avail themselves of this pportunity. Don't Know Half Tbeir Value- " "They cured me of A uo , Bilious- ess and Kidney Complaint , as ro- ommondod. I had a half bottle left rhich I used for my two little girls , rho the doctors and neighbors naid ould not bo cured. I would have ) st both of thorn ono night if I had ot given thorn Hop Bitten. They id them so much good I continued lioir use until they were cured. That i why I say you do not know half the aluo of Hop Bitteva , and do not ro- Qinmond tlioin high enough. " U. , Lochestpr , N. Y. Sea other column. -American Ilural Home. oct. 15-nuv. 1. i "Tho Kovoro tloueo ( ounct Blufls i the boat second-class hotel in the rest. " auirl7-lm Forty yearn' trial Unproved" BLACK- AUGHT" the beat liver medicine in world. AtC.P. Goodman. POLAOK'8 'alaco Clothing House. Call and BOO ho largest stock of men's boys' and hildron's suits snd overcoats in the ity at the lowest prices. 1310 Farn- am street , between 1'Jth and 14th troots. octlD 2t Tho-best Minnesota flour always on and nt J. B. French & Co'a , and you now their prices are always lower lian the lowest , Please niako a note f this , and don't you forgot it , "EMIMJUOU" and "BAKKU'H Qr.ii" ro the choice brands of Minnesota lour sold by J. B. French & Co. The ion shout for it ; the childen cry for t , nnd the ladies declare they cannot cop house without it. M. A. Thomas , the enterprising larnoss man , will move from his old tand on Douglas street , next Mon- ay , to 210 Sixteenth street , between tapitol avenue and "Davenport street. Indignation Moot in K ( Postpone The land league of this city was have held nn indignation meeting th evening to tnko public cognizance the arrest of 1'nrnoll but owing to tl disagreeable wcathor it has been d cided to postpone the affair. It probable that the mooting will bo he later in the week , when a number i prominent gentlemen of the city wl bo in attendance and give proper c : prcasion to their views on the snbjoc WORTHY OF PRAISE. As n rule wo "do not rccommcr patent medicines , but when wo kno of ono that really is a public bcnefa tor , and does positively euro , then v consider it our duty to impart that ii formation to nil. Electric bitten ai truly a most valuable medicine , ai will surely cure Billiousnoss , Fovi and Ague , Stomach , Liver nnd Lidnc complaints , even where all others ren ediua fail. We know whereof v speak , and can freely recommend I all. [ Ex. Sold at 50 cents a bottl Ish it McMahon. (4) ( ) SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE Advertisement To Loin , For Sil Lout , Found. Wants , Hoarding , &c. , will be I scried ID thooo columns once for TEN CKN1 per line ; each subsequent Insertion , F1VECEN1 per lino. The first Inucrtlon na\cr leia th : nVKNTV-FlVE CENTS TO LOAN MONEY. PONEY TO LOAN Call at Law Office of I iM L. Thomas Itoom S. Crelchton Block. Ann To loan at from S ( o 10 per cen \/V'l / " on Rood real cntatcsccurltr , t UK. ISAAC EDWARDS 1109 Farnham St. ffiOKA AAATO LOA At 8 per centh W < /DJ. ( [ ) ( ) ( ) tcrcst In sums of 12,600 an upwards , ( or 3 to 6 ynarg. on llrat-claM city an farm property. Hums HiuL ESIATX and Lei AOKNCT. 16th and Dowries Sta. HELP WANTED. WANTED-A peed plrl In Bm ll family fc the winter , must be a Rood cook , wiuht and Ironer. Oennan preferred. Call a 008 coi 17th and Jackson Sts. 206-tf Tno furnished rooms In th WANTED ot the Central School , on o before November 1st. Address E. n. U. , 1'os DOIce , Omaha. 274-1P To rent a furnished house nea WANTED Central Scnool , six or eight rooms , on o Jeloro November 1st. Ad J res * E. R. U. , 1' . 0. Dmaha. 276-10 VTTANTED lly a gentleman whose wife wll T I join him In a month , a comfortable roon md board. location southeast of the post olfio ireferrcd. Aadrces Jerome , thU office. 27M7 WANTED Man and wife , a good place fo the winter for the right parties. Appl < 3ce office , or nddroa P. 0. Box 17 , City. 255-t WANTED-A boy 14 to 16 years of age to R ( to the country to learn the druif business lust be able to speak English and German. Ap ) ly to C. F. Goodman , 1110 Farnham St. 267-li IT rANTED AV'Irl to do general housework Y V Apply to Mrs. Towar , 25th St. , 2nd dooi outh of Farnham. 250-15 * ITTANTED An experienced girl for ccneral T T housework , cast side 20th St. , bet. Ch cage nd Cuss. . 2UO-U ITSrANTED Office boy at the Emmet House , VV 201.17" _ riTANTED-A cottage houoo ( furnished or un. VV furnjshed ) , In a coed location ; must b within a few minutes walk of the "Boston Store , ' ilO 10th Sf , . Address , Cottage , Bee office. 203.16" r ANTED A reliable man to sell spcclaltlci VV on Installments ; steady employment , good > ay. 421 S. 10th St. 20M7 * lT7"ANTfiD--Suit ot rooms for light house. YV keeping , or a small cottage. Address , D. I. , this office. 252-15" rfTANTEM A good tinner. Steady employ- TY ment guaranteed the year through ; the Ighest wages paid. JAURS CLEAKY , 2SO-10 Grand Island. - to 200 loads of dirt near 23d WANTED-KO ' avenue. Enquire at lice fflcc. 2226-tf | ( i [ TTANTEO il'O to 200 load's of dirt near 23rd YY and St. Mary's avenue. Enquire at Bee fflce. 108-tf [ XT'ANTED A couple good cylinder press YY feeders. Can tlnd iteady employment at Ilia oUlco. 27-tf [ X7"ANTED Respectable employment by bus- YY hand and wife. Address P. P. C , , Bee Of- cc. . 077-tf nCT"ANTED Housekeeper , HOD Farnham St. , T Y up stairs. 30-tf nyANCED-Qlrl at 2001 Dodge street. iTrANTED-Fundlni , ' bridge and school bonds , f Y H. T. Clark , Bcllevuo. 28-tf FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND. I7IOU RENT Furnished rooms , suitable for y hnuso-kccplnjr. Inquire K. w. corner 18th nd Clark Sts. uood references required. 289-tf [ 710R KENT A commodious brick residence , J on H. W. cor , 19th and Farnliam S' . For : rma address lire. K. A. Knur , Tabor , Iowa. 270-10 [ 71OU KENT Furnished room , with or without L' board. 806 N. 20th St. 272-16' [ 710R KENT House with 6 rooms and cellar at U $18 per month , payable In athanco Inquire t 1221 North 18th St. , bit. Paul and Sherman. 253-10 * [ 70K KENT-Sult furnished rooms , suitable J . ( or man and wife or two ladles , at 085 North 'th tit. , between California and Webster.25M6' 25M6' I710H KENT Store and dwelling house.combln- J cd. Inquire at too South loth St. 21018 * 71011 HENT One or two large pleasant front . ' chamber rooms , furnished or unfurnished , , Ithout board , to latlici , or gentleman and wife. llSUiilfornla St. , bet. 21tt A 22d. 210 16 71OH KENT Suit of room * , nicely furnished J suitable for four gentlemen. Also ons single lorn for two. Northwest earner 20th and I > av- iport Bts. 232-tf 7011 UENT-1'lanoj , $4 and fi per month , at .1 318 10th utrect. 239-tf 7IOU KKNT Jiiht finished two first-class two- J story brlk < homes , 8 and 0 room * , stable id cemented cellars : WO monthy In advance. MI. BUSUUAN , S. E. comer Uth and Doug- Sta. | 023-tf 710H RENT S furnished roomi orer MeJ- < chanU' Kxchange.N.K. cor. 18th and Ifcxlg * roeta. - 2S9-U BALE. T10R SALE A small hnuso and i lot with good ; well and stable , on 20tU , near Sherman St. , o 1307. Price , 105Q. 273-tf 710R SALK Cheap , Two Rodlent Homo ttovcs ? In good condition , one a double heater , Ap- ly at northtoit corner 19th and California S' . 288-tf TIOR'SALE Alotof second hand furniture , ; sloven , cariXjlBand crockery ware , at II. plgle , 1203 DouglM Sts. 206-lm f SALE A team of largo mules. L. DUO * PAN , 1112 8.13th St. 23B-P5- 3EU1S hu rattling long llbti of nouwu , lots J latidi aud faruu for tale Call and gtt letu. 7IOR SALE Lease and furniture of a H t class ' hotel In i town of 1SOO InhabltanU , In Btatii 1 Nebruka ; has 21 beds ; tbe traveling mtn I re- irt. Inqulrn at 1IKK oince. _ jH-tf T10R HALE A beautiful ctideneo property of ; 20 acres xlth oommodlouii house. Eight let of orchard and vineyard. Location sightly. nly two and n half miles from post office. Bar- kin ! JOHN L. McCAQ UE , Opp. P. 0. 70 tf BALK Fine utock farm of 400 acrn- good house , cattle shed , orchard ie. , with- i cuy trv& of railroad. Price , $4(00 , uait me at 6 % JOHN L. McCAQ UE , Orii. Post fflce. estf-tf SPECIAL NQTIOES-Oontinuott SALE Mar * of Douglw nud 8arpy onn. FOn . A. ROSfcWATERl&ZOFarnhamrtre l | T * > ft-f 3AI-K A small englno. 11. W. raynt A POU ' * make. In perfect oeder. Inquire of 11. O. Clark & Co. M-U KOK SALIW BniCK _ K9TATinOOK k COB. 8 ALB 1 first elms cnYlnct orpin , very cheap ; nearly new. Inquire Milton Jlogt ASon , Hthnnd Karnham St. 30-U ) R SALK Four acres ot land ncnr water works rcfervolr , Mno two cottages on Capitol 11. Add. ANDREWUEVlHS,113oa Douglas Ht W8-U OSES AND LAND Btmis rents house * , HO store * , ho toll , fanr ot * , lands , offlco * room ) , etc , Sea lit pag "TTlOnSALK Good houM with four rooms an * JP half lot , No. MIS Dodze between ZOtli and 27th street Oood well and ah&do treoi ; houm In good rendition. Inquire fin prernlx * . 321 tf MI80ELUAHEOUB. rplIKllF.ST CHANCE for A hrrncM-mnlcr l JL the West. In a peed bin In CM town and a well Bfttlcil country and no harness-maker" . In quire at ihls office. ( IZt-wlt - marked "l > akotii K. K. K. " FOUND-Adoir at S. n. Hathaway. 276-15 WANTED Two rooms connectlnc BOAHD cnrpcta onlvlwlth board wanted , for gentleman , wllo and child. Address , Home , P. O IJox 033. 85S'H' CJTRAYEM Ono white homo with smill dcllr- JO cry \wron painted red. Last seen In * Iclnlty of county poor house. Any ono leaving same at Htephcnaon's 10th street s able will be suitably rewarded. 287-15 * mAKEN UP Dark buy horse , whlto stripe In. JL face , about 15 yeas old. MOSEH HAWKINS. 1010 Chicago St. 202-20 * HE J. II. nilUNSWICK & UtAKECO. , Keep a complete Block of Ullllard Tables andlllli- Ilard incr.-hanJInc on hand.at thclrbtore room.&OO South 10th St. , Omaha , Neb. ol2-lm * IIOCHSTASSEH Will pay the hiehe t cash . price for second hand Illlllard and Pool Tables. Call or address 09 South 10th St. 012-lm * CANVASS For books , you know , AGENTS sell "I.lfo of Prrsldent Qarfleld/ "Heroes of the Plains , " "Border Outlaws. " "Laws of Business. " IKA WALDIION & CO. , St. Louis. Mo. 8c2G < lawlm % AND BOAUD A pleasant home for the winter for three gentlemen , where they can find the comlorU oi a home. Ilcfcrenco ex changed. Address B , Bco office. 230-17 T > KM18' RKALKSTATE BOOM.-tiee 1st p ge. /-1ALL AT MRS. B. E. CLARKE'S No. 1 BoftTtt \J Inz UOCK , cor. 18th and Uodro HU. Beat In tb- city 610-tf RIVATE INSTRUCTIONS In French.lUer man , Greek and Latin. Prof. Henry W MccV , 1207 Jackson Ht. 900-W ALEO HAY At A. II. Sander's Food Store B 1013 Harney St. slO-U BB BB EMIS' REAL ESTATE EXC11ANOE.-S 1st page. B EHIS * NEW CITS MAPS,2fie. Seol8tpae. | OHEEP h'OR SALE 2600 fat cthcrs. AdO - O dress Anton Abel , Plum Creek , Dawson Co. , Neb. _ 186-18" TELLER AND MEDIUM Mrs FORTUNE past , present and future In lore ind all affairs. She reveals the deepest sccrebo the heart. She possesses the magnetic power * , j Fulfill all your wishes. Call at No. 322 corner 16th > nd Chicago street. COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL NOTICES. Evcry wdy In Council Bluffs lo WANTED TUB BKE , 20 cents per week , do ivcred by carriers. Office corner Broadway and Jain , up stairs , Council Bluffs. 6e-2-U POTTEK'S TICKET OFFICE-War In railroad L tickets continues to boom. Unprecedented ow ratca to all eastern points. Every ticket ruaranteed. Orders filled by telephone. From me to ten dollars saved by purchasing tickets ) f C. A. Potter , successor to Potter& Palmer , No. 10 South Fifth street. Council Bluffj , Iowa. octl3-tt | \TTANTED Boy , with pony , to carry papers. YY Inquire at BKK office , Council Bluffs. octl3-tt ITTANTED To buy 100 tons 'broom com. YY For particulars addresa Council Bluffs Jroom Factory , Council Bluffd , Iowa. 05S-2Sttf CT7"ANTED A ( rood carpenter at once. Ap- YY ply My niter & Adams. Council Bluffs , owa. 669-29" ITr ANTED A first-class broom tier. Mayna YV 4Co..Council BluOs , Iowa. 660-SO * I ANTED A boy to do chores at Uynstcr a W fishery , Council Blufln. 601-28" t\7ANTKD Good girl for general housework. YV Maria Mynstcr , CounclFBluiIs. 082-tf [ T7"ANTED A situation by a first-class miller. YY Had 20 3cars experience. Understands Id and new processes. Speaks hngltah nnc1 ! f rman and acquainted with etcam and water lowers. Canghc the best ot reference. Win omo"on trial at anytime. Address II , S. , Box ,511L Councinjlulra la. 89-28 _ fT7 ANTED B > > a gentleman of experience am * VV bn-iiiesH habits , a poeitlon with a firm ither as clerk or t > travel. Reference given , f. i. WATK1N8. Council Blufls. 912 29 SALE Old papers 40c per hundred , at FOR Bco office , Council Blufls. 8,27-lf [ T/"ANTED Two cxpcriencol book solicitors VY for Colorado and Utah. Addrcs-i P.O. ox 1214 , Council Bluffs. Iowa. 999-21 * 7o Contractors , Bnilden and Property Owner * . The undersigned having been appointed agent > r the extensive Iron and wire manufacturing ouseg of E. T. Barnum , of Detroit , and tha 'uscel Iron Foundry and Works at Toledo , Wo , capacity of CO tons dally , is prepared to irnlsh estimates and prices for iron columns , c , , &c. . for store fronts , window caps and fills , ireshold plates , wrouglit iron beams and gird- r , hydraulic elevators , staple fittings , pulleys , laftlng , & .C. ; also Iron fences , creating , win. aw guardi , shutters , ttalrs , balconies , settees , jails , \ascs , acquariums , fountains , summer ousea , lawn , garden and cemetery ornaments , ewer stands , grave guards , &c. , Ac. , in endleos irloty. Catalogues supplied on application. HbNRV II. flARHY , Manufacturers' Agent , 22 Pearl street auglO-lm me Council Bluffs. low l 5DWAED KUEHL , IA018TER OF PALMYSTERY AND CONDIJ lONALlbT , 49a Tenth Street , between Farnbam ndllainey. Will , with tbe aid of guardian ilrlts , obtain for any ono aglanco at the past nd present , and on certain conditions In the fu- iro. IfooU uuJ Shoes made to order , Perfest ttiftfactlon truarantfiid an2H-lm POWDER Absolutely Pure. Made from Or po CrekU Tartar. No other rpatton makes such light , flaky hot bread * , ixurious pastry. Can be oaten by Dyipeptlo itrout fear of thelll * resulting from heavy Indl * tlble food. Sold or.ly In cans , by all Grocers ROYAL BAK1NQ.POWI > KK COI New York. 0 . Ooodouoj