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rJBLE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 , 1881
The Omaha Bee. PublUhod every morning , except Sunday TU only Monday morning ddHy. AIL : y M..510.00 I Three Months.$3.00 Months. . . 5.00 | Ono . , 1.00 TIIK WEEKLY BKE , published or ry Wcdnosdny. nuuMS TOST TAID- : OneYcur. $2.00 I Three Months. . GO BUMontlw. . . . 1.001 Ono " . . 20 CORRESPONDENCE All Commun ! c&ttonn relating to Nowaand KdltoriMirml- tera alioulcl bo addressed to the EniTOli ov TUB TJKK. BUSINESS LETTERS All BtwInoM Letter * and Remittance ! ) should be nd dressed to Tun OMAHA rtjnuamNa COM PANT , OMAHA. Drafts , Check * and 1'ojt- ofHce Ordeis to be made payable to tlie order of the Company. QHAHA PUBLISHING 00 , , Prop'rs E , ROSEIWATER , Editor. Edwin Dnvls , Mnnncer of City Oironlation- Jolin II. Pierce In In Charro of the CirouUlon of THE DAILY BKH. * A. II , Fitcb orrcBponclcntnndsolIcitor OMAHA will soon have two riva lines to Denver. TENTH street in a slough of dopon to every traveler. Koiirit Omaha donmnds nnd ough to have a substantial sewer down thi crook. Aw accurate French journalis speaks of the president as Monsieur Arthur Chester. BLOODED cattle hrvvo decreased in price. Voting cnttlo are firm , with rising tendency. ST. Louis is disgusted with her Ma cadamized streets , and yet St. Louis never possessed a Farnhntn atruot. INDIANA wants n cabinet officer. In diana gave UB a Colfnx and Tynor and ouglit to take a back scat for a few years. it coinos to a point whore an answer must bo uivcn to the ( jucstion "Tho railroads or the pcoplel" it will not take long to solve the conun drum. fiisioiuHts are confident of defeating the Bourbons. This is ono of the first fruits of Mahono's ex aniplo in Virginia. To the fusionists bulong the spoils. AH the cold blasts of wintur n\\- \ pronch wo arc involuntarily reminded that Omaha ought to have it Union depot where , travelers could find sliol- tor from the inclemency of Nobnwka zephyrs. COUNWALMS has aurrondorod. The revolutionary war is over , nnd the senate of thcso United States is about to resume its dreary sessions with the ponderous independent-greenback party in the chair. PLANS are in contemplation for four now business blocks on Farnam street , which will do much to Till up the ugly paps in our main business street. Omaha needs more four and five story brick and Htono buildings. Tur.iiK is a movement on foot to secure - cure the removal of Mr. Dofrccs , the pa-sent government printer , on the ground of his past political affiliations. The actual ground is probably because Boino pure-minded patriot BCOS a political plum in the great govern ment printing office which Mr. Do- frees redeemed from disgrace. Tin : increase of American invest ments held by Englishmen is canainc on influx of gold into this country which ia seriously alarming British financial journals. Last weok. § 2- 050,300 in gold arrived at Now York. The Bank of England is nbout to raise ittt discount rate in order to prevent any further decrease in its ro- Berve. TIIK reiuoval of Mr. Tynor from the .post oftico department ia in the line of the reform inaugurated by President Garfield , and which resulted in the overturning of the star route ringstors. Mr. Tynor could scarcely have boon ignorant of the corruption which waa in progress in the deportment of which ho was ono of the heads. Whether or not his active participation in the postal frauds can bo proved , his removal will bo generally com mended. If ho was honest but ignor ant , ho was plainly inefficient , and il ho was dishonest , the sooner ho fol lows Brady into court the bettor. TUB bureau of stain-tics has pub lished its report for September , anc the eight months previous. The sta tistics clearly show the effects ol speculative corners in restricting the export of brcaddtufla. Tlioro ia a decrease - crease in all the exports for September bor , except oats. In wheat and corn the decrease ia 8,000,000 bushels , am' for the eight montliH 42,492,000 bushels. This it the result'of the speculation which for months past has locked up in the elevator * at Chicago millions of bushels of grain , and liUs blocked the wools of trade throughou the country in ono of its most import fut branches. CREDIT MOBIMER- PinLADBLntiA , Pa. , October 19. In the United Slutos court to-day an order was nmdo authorizing Olive Amen , receiver of the credit mobiliei of America to execute unto Tlioa. 0 Durant , president of the orodi mobilior a full and womplolo rolcasi of all donmnds against him by crudi mobilior upon the execution and delivery livery by Durant of a proper Icga conveyance of real estate situated neni Council Bluffs , Iowa , amounting U about 320 acres and lands in Plat county , Nebraska. Hero wo have another chapter o credit mobilior that will interest semi of the old settlers of Omaha and No brn.ikn. It is now nearly eighteen years ainco Durant and tlio crcili mobilior gang of highwaymen invadc ( this section of the country. Will a land grant covering at empire mid princely subsidies amount ing to thirty millions , they doliberatc ly not about to bleed , bulldoze ant blackmail the inhabitants of over ] town and village through which their road was to pass. Thus Oiimlm was bled and blackmailed out of a coo million in lands , lots and bonds , anc thus Columbus , the future capital o America on George Francis Train'i map , was c.xjolod into donating hal her town lots to the Credit Fonoior ring , which practically was the inside ring of the credit mobilior ring , Tom Durant recklessly squandered the millions ho acquired in his credit mobilior operations , but the late la mented Oakcs Ames , whoso inonu mont adorns the crest of the Rocky mountains , and Sherman put his money where it did the most good. Wo are gratifioi to notice that the lioirs of this great and good man hav finally consented to quitclaim Durant for all the claims that the credit rae bilior may have against him on condi tion that Durant makes a legal con- voynnco of his illegally acquired Council Bluffs depot grounds and his lalf section near Columbus , in Platte county. AN EXTENSIVE SYSTEM. The recent visit of the railroad ofli- ials of the 0. , B. & Q. to Denver has rcfliil'cd in Rome important move ments on the railway checker board. It is announced that the Burlington route to Denver will bo pushed with all possible speed from both ends of the lino. Work will bo at once begun - gun on the Colorado division of the road at Denver , and will continue eastward until the contractors now working in the Republican valley westward arc mot and the two ends of ; ho line join , The open- ng of' ' the Union Pacific's now Julcsburg line to Denver las stimulated the Burling'on ' officials to tiso every effort in hastening the entrance of their uyntoin into the cen tennial a ate , and neither time nor means will bo spared towards the ac complishment of this end. This is nowA of great importance to our state , and especially to she republican val- oy. It indicates that the entire line will bo completed and in running cr- dor by the middle of Juno of next rear , by which time through trains vill bo tun from Chicago to Denver , ind a competing line will afford low benefits to the producers of the west. The now road will bo twenty miles shorter than any existing line , not excepting the Julosburg "cut off" of the Union Pacific. The grades will bo easy and .ho road-bed throughout equal to that of the Burlington system in Iowa. Up to the proaont time the proposed ocationof the Republican Valley route nto Denver has been carefully con cealed from the public by the manage- nont. Various aurvoys have boo" nado of available routes entering the capital of Colorado from both lorth nnd notith , but the exact ino finally adopted hat not boon lubliahcil. From the best authority Tui ! Bun is enabled to give the line which in now under contract M fol lows. From Oulbortson west the road will bo built to old Fort Morgan in Arupahoo county , Colorado , taking n tangent in a northwcstorly direction and varying from a duo west and 'east line about thirty miles. The diver gence is caused by the difficulty ex perienced in crossing the divides of tributaries of the republican river which will bo loft * to the south. From old Fort Morgan the line strike * southwesterly to Denver which U distant nearly ninety miles , and which will bo entered from the north. Tim entire line as surveyed is said to bo very frco from hojvy grades , and can bo readily kept in repair. The through route at present will bo by way of Plattsimmth , Lincoln , Hastings and Rod Cloud , but in tiio future , should the necessities of busi ness demand it , a change may bo made .which will shorten the distance some thirty miles. Under this plan a cut-off from the main line of the B. & M. vill bo made at , a point west of Hastings , and a line built to a point on the Republican Valley road went of Rod Cloud and in the vicinity1 of Arapahoe Thin "cutoff1 will form a portion of the main line of the Burlington route to Denver , saving over an hour in time and shortening the distance nearly thirty miles over that by way of Hastinga and Rod Cloud. This will giro now railroad facilities to the counties ! Adams , Kearney , Harhn and Furnav But , the Burlington officials , not satis fled with this outlet alone , have nearly completed this southern Nebraska sy tem from Nemahn city westward to a junction with the western division of the Republican valley road. The now railroad in northwestern Missouri , articles of in corporation for which wore filed lasl week in Alchison , will bo the natural eastern connection with this line , furnishing - nishing a through route from Burling ton Junction on the Chariton branch of the main line of the 0. , B & Q. to Denver by way of the Republican val ley railroad. When the Missouri river ia brid od at Noniaha city , as it is certain to bo nt no late day the value of this inde pendent line across southern Ne braska can scarcely bo overestimated. Railroad construction between rival lines has become in thcso days a battle - tlo of giants , and it is very evident that the Burlington officials do not intend to take a low place in the liata of contestants lor' western trade and traffic. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A DISPATCH from Chicago announces that Manager A. E. Touzalin of the Burlington it Missouri railroad has biien elected first vice president of the Ohicagi , Burlington and Quincy sya tern. Mr. Touzalin has accepted the position and will shortly remove to Boston from which point ho will direct the policy of the Burlington system. The office of vice president to which ho succeeds hoa boon occupied for a number ot years paat by Mr. C. E , Perkins of Burlington , Who fifteen years ago waa general superintendent of the old B. & M. in Iowa when Mr. Touzalin was general ticket agent of that corporation. Since that time Mr. Touzalin has been constantly con * noctod with the Burlington interest with the exception of a few years during which time ho built up the and grant of the Santa Fo road as the and commissioner of that system , lumors of the impending resignation of Mr. John Forbes of the Burlington and the promotion of Messrs. Perkins and Tonzalin wore presented in the BUK nearly two months ago and emphatically affirmed after the management of the Santa Fo system was offered to and declined by Air. Touzalin. Mr. Touzilin's brilliant qualities as a railroad manager have not found full scope in Omaha , al- hough his direction of the finances and policy of the Burlington & Mia- souti River Railroad in Nebraska has ) oen marked by great success. With lie consolidation of the liuo , with the Turlington system it was generally alt that ho would bo called up lighor aud the election .of Woclnos- lay is the result. Mr. Touzalin's new- duties will call him away from Omaha , and vill lese to our city ono of its most > opular , public spirited and ontorpris- ng residents. During his residence n Omaha , Mr. Touzalin has made many friends and has retained them ill. Ho has boon foremost in a num- > or of plans for the improvement of Durcity and has soont money liberally n furtherance of his ideas" , His do- partnro will bo felt As a personal loss > y a larKo oirclo of frionda and will bo mivorsally regretted by the com munity at large. Mn. ScoviLtK , brothor-in-law and ounsol for Guiteau , has a very heavy on tract , on his hands. Mr. Scovillo vill not Rucceod in proving that Prcai- ' [ out Garliold's death waa duo to mal practice rather than to the wound in- lictod by Guitoau. Whilo.thcro was i good deal of sharp criticism in va- ioua quarters of the treatment of the resident's case , it was criticism based in a supposition not sustained by the loat-mortem examination. The opin- on expressed to young1 GarOeld after tia father's death , by Ur , Hamilton , hat all that science and skill could do , iromptod by the moat loving in- oroat , to prolong the precious ifo , will undoubtedly atand as the opinion of the most intelligent sur geons of our country and of the world. Guitouu'a only hope of escape from ho attentions of the 'hangman rest ipoti the pica of insanity. But oven tore , however successful Mr. Scovillo nny bo proving insanity to bo in the emily and run in the Guiteau blood , 10 will encounter the fact that Gui toau , ainco the shooting , lias givun.no evidence of being beside himself men- ally. On the contrary , ho has shrewd- y managed his own caao , and scouts the idea of being insane. Ho was nothodical and calculating in Booking an , opportunity to [ commit .ho infamous deed , taking in all ho circumstances beforehand , and providing for his own immediate safo- : y from the infuriated people , whoho mow , weald have torn him limb front limb in their righteous indignation. In all this he calculated nicely and carefully , and it will bo difficult to bring a jury of twelve intelligent men to heliovo him to have boon so disor dered mentally as to bo relieved of either legal or moral responsibility for his act. THE Now York Times commenting on the increasing ute of rubber and the great consumption of the article wonders where it all goes to. In Ne braska a largo amount is uaod in tlio manufacture of politician's consciences , Warner's Safe Kidney nnd Liver Cure. 17eodlw O 001 DENT AL JOTTINGS , OALIPOnNIA. The shipment * from the Uodla mine nvcrntro 7fifOOOft week. 0. It. Anlnirot , of Tehama , shears till pciwon 11 , ' 00 head of nheop. The levy for * t le Anil county taxes In Monterey county this year Is Sl.CO. The grand lodge of Mntons have con tributed $1,000 to the Michigan nufTertrs A monument to martyrs of llie Music SlouRh "war" will bo erected by their ad tnlrern. i'ho thousand dollars have been raise * to erect n monument to Gen , Oar field in Sun Francisco , In n recent fire tn Sin Francisco two men lost.their 1 WB nnd 200,000 in prop crty was consumed. About 2,000 tncn are nt work on tlio railroad in Tomccula Canon , n few miles back from San Dtego , Clu ters of Hiunrimily grades Rrown ai Kacondlcla , San Diego county , are s.-vit ! to weigh 8 $ pounds. Los Angeles farmers are making moro money this Reason , at present price * , thar at any time f r years i > a-t. Tbo yield on" ono \lncynnl. near Dixon , Solano cuunty , Is estimated at 200,000 boxes of ralalns , worth 5.'XX,000. ) In one of the canyons leading up to the extinct volcanoes south of Mono lake , there is ft spring of lemon ide water al least tlio fluid that oozei from tlio rock * lias flavor that strongly resembles lem onade. The Chinese Six Companies of San Francisco am practically Invincible in en forcing the "ho d money" tax un their homeward bound countrymen. Many Chinanvn nro deterred from returning to th--ir native head en account of nit bclnj "square" un tin lx > olcs of the company. The authorities are endeavoring to sup press it , OREGON. Six companies engaged in the Salmon packln f industry report 115,14 ! ) cases on tlio result of the catch this season. Two old Orceonians had a fight twenty yearn ago , In which one drew a pistol , but before h could nhoot was H.I terribly slashed with the other's knife that he nearly died. They nccidcntly met each other nt Baker City.fur the firwt time since the fight. They recognized each other and at once pulled their piHtoln and blazed awnv till both went down. Ono di d immediately and the other only lived a tow minutes , NEVADA. The annual assessment on the stock of the Comstock mines now reach $3,000,000 a year. At the Nevada state fair there was a Indies' riding tournament , four horse races and a buby show. Seven acres of wheat at Lake View , near Iteno , yielded MO jmshcls of grain , lacking ono bushel of being seventy-three Imiihcla to the ncro. The potato crop in the valleys of , the state is this season the finest that has been een for years. The tubt-rs are unusually [ urge- smooth and perfect , A diamond drill was recently Introduced to a depth of fifty feet , at Steamboat Springs , and btruck a vein of water of a ; cineraturo ) of 215 d ( green. The insurance companies appear to con- ilclcr Tuscirora , a Lad place in which to lave risks. Eighteen companies , repre sented at Klkohave _ instructed Xheir agent , o cancel all existing policies upon Tui-ca- nfra property , which amount to § 42,700. The stone contributed by the state to ho "Washington monument is one of the nest elegant and costly jet.received at the national capital. It Is a pure specimen of lativo granite , and Hclaboratelyinscribcd. Thn letters are of solid silver ; are about as hick as a silver dollar , 'some six inches in icight , and of proportionate width. They are so neatly fitted Into thw solid grarlto .hat the joint is almost Invisible. Above ; ho word "Nevada" is deeply cut in the rnnite the motto of the state : ' 'All for Jur Countryntd ) below the date' 1881. The figured of the date are plated , with gold. _ IDAHO. Pinkeye has reached 'Ulackfoot , HJpllovue has about 1,000 inhabitants. Not less than 050 mining claims have jcen recorded on the Wood river ore belts .hin year. Idaho's bullion product for eight months of 1881 , exceeds that of the twelve months previous by 8475,018.00. Henry McDonald , hanged- Silver City for the murder of George Meyers in September of last .year , leaves two widows , o mourn his taking-off. A resident of Bellevue , in the Wood river country , reports times there very dull. He eays all business Is far in ad vance of the development of the milieu. People are leaving very fast. NEW MEXICO. Las Vctros has a population of 7,000. Kain continues falling copiously in the territory. Labyrinthtnn caves of unknown extent mvu bctn dibcovcrvd in the .Kl 1UU lava JC(1' , Malarial fo cr Is raging badly in the lUo 1 ramie valley , and the people are leaving 'or higher grounds. The Mns elera reservation Is considered jxceedingly rich in mineral wealth ; nnd ImndrulH of prospector * * are anxiously waiting for the opening. Mineral City takes the lead as a mining camp. The rush to it canals thut to Lead- villa In 79. Kxtraoidinnry rich claims mvo already been i\e\ \ eloped , MONTANA. Thirty-nine locomotives are in active Bcnicu un llio LI tali & Nonhein. The attempt to introduce the Brush elec tric light , into Hel.im lm failed. A vrlnablfcnal mine is said to have been dlm'oveicd In Oallatin county lately. The amount of taxai to be collected in Silver , llmv county , this fall , ls'J2,2y3. 7 The a essmetit of property In the city of Helena proper has just been completed , nnd muounti to 62,333,482. In the MifMiula public schools there are about sixty pup In enrolled , while the ' tliu Slstera has ivbout twenty pu lilln. Missoula contributed $ < 18 to tlio Gnrfield Monument Fund , IJenton contributed SSflO , HuHeSIMO , .Toilerbou City'SUO , Fort Slmvv soldiers § 17.10 , mid Virginia City $40. COLORADO. Thp Bilvtr 0 iff nllnes aru peterlnp. There are now about 900,000 head of cat tle in the Htate. Colorado'ti taxable capital ia nearly for ty-five millions of dollars. The bullion product of Park county for 1881 , will reach $000,000. , The I'euablo mine. In Boulder county , ban struck a vein of tellurium , tlio ere of which nsaiys $1,000 , Denver ia contrlliutingluuiber , and rail road companies nro transporting it free , to rebuild the burned town of Kokoino. The school contun of Chaffeo couqty shows a list of 1,160 children of school age , of which number S'18 ' are In liuena Vista. The Denver & Illo Grande II. U. ia push in ) ; its extension toward IHack canyon and on to Salt Lake aa fast as Ita facilities will allow. The olo-trio light at Denver cost $100. . 000 , and tha coU of lightini ; the oity will bo 81-1,000 iw annum , Tha annual cost of 1'tww.w 813,600. , The recent discovery of brittle nnd ruby dlK-cr in tha Olmmplon tunnel U causinn evurybcMly In the vicinity to hayo a uevv inspiration in mining. Judge llallett , of the circuit court , has decided that A verbal grub-stake ment Is not necessarily binding on A nhtf t less or careless prospector. Denver promptly made offer of aid to Kokomn after the leccnt conflagration , bill the offer was declined with thanks , as there were no cases of destitution. The Kagls river branch of the Illo Grande will have its terminus at lied Cliff this winter. Grading below that camp toward Hock creek Will not commence un til next spring. J. II , Hnvcrlcy Is developing his Gel di > n Group mining property in the San Miguel county. A stamp mill has been erected. Thcrd Is now about 2215 tons oi ore on the dumps. UTAH. Ogden and Bingham City are to bo con nccted l > y telephone , It has been decided to * .vc the Utah k Northern road In Silver Bow county at the rate of ? 2,703 per mile. There ts considerable talk of a largo iron manufacturing city springing up in the coal and iron fields of southern Utah , Several hundred men are busily engaged at the proposed Junction of the Salt Lake & Western and Utah Central railways , two nnd a half miles north of Lehi. WYOMING. Dwelling houses arc In great demand at Kawllnp , The breaking of the fan in the Laramie rolling mill caused the stoppage of the entire - tire works. The Patrick Brothers have established a trl.weekly stage line between Laramlo and the North Park. That vein of coal discovered by G ornor Hoyt on his recent trip tn Forl Bridger , is Raid to bo forty feet thick , The Union PaciSo surveying party have reached the Swcctwatcr and nro now nl work in the vicinity of Independence rock. The Laramie National bank moved into Its fine new building Tuesday , and now the city , < < porta t-a find a bank as any in the west. west.A A brakeman named Ithinchart was almost scalped,111 the snow shed at Look' ' out. Ho was riding on top of the cars and collided with a low joii > t. Hawllns parties have been looking over the ground nnd claim to have found a most feasnblo route to Port Thornburgh , making that point in 185 } miles. The railroad shops at Haw ] inn are run- ling over time. Four new locomotive [ oilers for Laramie , and two snow plows Eur North Platte are being constructed. ARIZONA. Mining operations in Yuma county , vhich had been almost- suspended during .ho hot summer weather , are resuming vigor. The late President Garfield , nbout two ream since , invested In Arizona mines , ho it the time of his deathbcing possessor of 1,000 shares of the Silver King ttock. This , of course , will revert to Mrs. Garfield - field , which. At the present price , together with the monthly dividends , In in itself mite n snug little fortune. DAKOTA AND THE DLACK HILLS. Rapid City is to have a Catholic church. The Pierre census shows a population of nearly 800. The railroad bridge across Gold jlun is completed. The Pcnnington couhty fair will be held Nov. 7 to 14 in llnpid City. The Queen Bee people at Sioux Falla lava 75,000 bushels of wheat on hand. Wagon loads of deer , antelope , elk , buf ale , ducks and prairie chickens are mar- ceted in Deadwdod daily. Tlio C. , M. & St. P. railway company will give U rant county a court house square f the county beat is located at Milb.tnk. Yankton will vote on the auestion of siuing $2,000 , in bonds to build an iron mdge acrosg the Rhine at Douglas avenue n that city. A test was made oE silver ore taken from Citlso bottom gulch a short time ago , and .he value estimated at about three bun- [ red ounces per ton. . Lida ! < the name of a new mine located eight miles south of Deadwood. The assays that have been made are very flat- .ering , and the mine is said to be n coming mnanza. The citizens of Milbank kave sub- cribed nearly $2,000 toward the building of a court house at that place , providing he county seat of Grant county is voted o Milbank at the election in November. Bravo Bear , a Yanktouais Indian , ar rested for the murder of n man named TohnBon , above Fort Su'Iy ' , arrived in Yankton on the 13th , In charge of Mar shal Raymond and Deputy Gray , and will jo tried for murder nt the November term of the United States court. Economy. A fortune may bo spent In using inef- ectual medicines , when by applying Thomas' Kclectric Oil a speedy nnd econ- imical cure can be effected. In case of rheumatism , lame back , bodily ailments , or pains of every descriptfon , it affords in stant relief. 17 eod Iw BOM'S ' OP1RAHOUSE J. E. BOYD , Proprietor. U , L. MAI1S1I , Business Manager. GRAND OPENING. Two Nights Only COMMENCING MONDAY , OCTOBEE 24 , 1881 , Finest attraction of the diy. The ( 'rcat 8iI0. cess by a rent company for the Inniu uratloii of the finest opera housa In the west. First time In this city. The t-aslilons't'umous fav orite * , FAT TEIPLETOJf Star Opera Company , in the celebrated , latest and grcatcht Comic Opera , liyANUHAN , as played 201 nlghtii In r.oston , 160 In Nuw York , and still the reigning success , the MASCOTTE ! These inessongeni which Heaven "ends Are known us Mairott i , my pxid friends. Ihrlcu happy ho unto uhoto homo These bung ont't'U como. Bale ot ecats w ill commence Thursday morn- hi ) : , October 20th tOo'clock a , in , , at Wahash Ticket olllcv , corner of 15th and Farnam , PU1CK3 OF TICKKTd. Parquetto and 1'arquctto Circle , reserved , . $1.00 I'ariiuctto Circle admire on 7' Dross Circle , recru'd..i 1.00 Duns Circle adinlwlou , . , , , , , . , 60 family Circle , oil part * . , 25 oct 10-m-th-frl'tat-inou-tui PIONEER LAND AGENCY F. M. EATHBTJN , Cambridge , Neb. 1,000,000 aero * roternmcnt land open to Home- itcads. Pre-emptions and Timber claim * . 200 choice Improved claims for sale or oxthance. 00 ot the best deeded farm * In SouthcnUrnNcbraa- ka with timber and water for vale. A few choice stock ranchon with fenced fields , timber , hay and vraUr , ( or tale , cheap. Cornxpoudeiice HollclUxl , Edward W , Sime al , A110ENE1 .AT-Li . Denial of th Pater * Affidavit- STATK or NnnnASicA , ) _ DOUOLAS CoU.NTf. ( " ' Samuel G. Malletto being first duly oworn dcjKMCR , and nay * that ho is city treasurer of Omaha ! That hi * atlcr.Uon has been called to thn nlfitUvlt of Mrs. Una Petew , tmbllnhed In thoOmnha Dally Republican , in which Mie swcarn that hc , on or nbout July 1st , 1877 , sold to Chris. Itartman , then city treasurer , for the mini of 512.00 , a Dodge street frnwlo warrant , which was in that panic month pntdln full , to-witi the sum of $20,00. Affiant further anys that he has ex.imln ed the btioks and records of the city treas urer's office , nnd that they show ) 1st , that no Dodge street gradfl fund warrant for imy amount whatever was pnld in July , 1877. 2d , that but one Dodge street grade fund warrant for the amount of ? 2.00 ! ) was iiald In the three years , 1870 , 1877 nnd 1878 , nnd that that one was paid in July , 1870 , having been turned In for taxes by John O. Willis , and endorsed by him , lie having paid nt that time the tax on his Dodge street store lot.S. S. 0. MALLKTTK , City Treasurer. Subicribea in my presence n.nd sworn to before me this 10th day of October , 1881. [ HKAL. ] ( . } . W. AMHROSK , Notary Public. The IDemocrntio Candidate for County Treasurer- STATE or NKHIIAHKA , 1 DOUOLAH COUNTY. ) " * Mrs. Lina Peters being first duly sworn deposes nnd says , she is well acquainted with one Chris , Hurt man , and that on or about the 1st of July , 1877 , said Chris. Hartman ( hen being the city treasurer of Omaha. She presented to said Hartman as such treasurer , a city warrant amount ing to the mini of 825,00 and interest in the sum of 54.00. Alttnnt ? avs snid warrant was for work done on the Dodge street grade. Alliant further says that said Hartman told nfliant that paid warr mt was not worth much , as it would not be paid for teven or eight years. Affiant further says that nbout ono week after wards , the said Hartman called ut affiant's haniCHH Bture of Fnmhani street , nnd in formed her he could get a man to buy said warrant. Thereupon wild Hartman , him self , paid affiant the sum of $12.00 for said warrant , Afliant further says that during lug the came month of July , 1877 , paid warritnt was paid In full , to-witi the sum of $29.00 Affiant further says slio told said war- rrant for § ' 2.10 , relying entirely upon the false and fraudulent representation of said Ilnrtman. Afliant sayssho was then , and is now a , widow , M B. EINA PKTKUS. Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 18th d ty of October , 1881. LUTHER R. WniaiiT , octlSeod-d Justice of the Peace. STATE or NKDUASKA , ) COUNTY of DOUOLAH. ) ' Chris. Hartmnn being duly sworn , in mswerto the affidavit of Mrs. Peters , says : That during his term of office as city treas urer of Omaha , from April , 1875 to April , 1870 , ho did not buy any warrant what ever of Mrs. Peters , or any other person , and that he did not speculate in warrants , lirecty or indrectly , during his said term , Afliant further says , that if ho cashed any warrant for Mrs , Peters it wan at its full 'ace value , nnd for the facts relating to the Dodge street grade tax warrants , begs eave to refer to the accompanying affi davit of S. G. Mallette , the present , city treasurer. C. HAIITMAN. Subscribed in my nresence and sworn to before me this 20th day of October , 1881. [ HKAL. ] G. W. ASIDHOSE , Notary Public. REAL ESTATE. We are now offering FOR SALE OVER ONE MILLION ACRES OF TUB Best and Cheapest Farming Land n Nebraska , located In all the best counties In hastate. In DOUGLAS COUNTY Alona we bare about 25,000 Acres "or sttlo at 83 , 310 and 912 per acre , 8 to 15 nllea from Omaha , 15,000 Acres In Sappy Bounty , 18,000 Acres In Washington Dountv. Large Tracts In all other counties in Nebraska and Western Iowa. ALSO An Immense list of OMAHA CITY property con- fcistlng of FINt RESIDENCES , HOUSES and LOTS , BUSINESS PROPERTY of all kinds. .OTS It * ADDITIONS to Oiralia. ACRE TRACTS , etc. , for Sale , Kent and Exchange. BOGGS & HILL , Eeal Estate Brokers , 1408 Farnham Street , OPP , GRAND CENTEAL HOTEL , FOll HALE 320 acres , 14 miles from the city , 40 acres cultl- \atcd , running water , plenty of ftlle ) , school ioii o on the land , ( arms nil around it , 812.50 per acre. UOGUS & HILL , FOK BALK S2oacrcn , 11 miles from city , 75'acrea of fine t alley 100 acres U levil l nd , 40 f-rret culti vated. lUini ; Hatir , near timber , owner ex tremely anxious to sell , 812.60 per niro. 110GOS& HIM , , Heal Kstatu llrokcn. 1'OU SALK 50 acres , 13 inll'n from city , 47 acres under cut- thated very ihol.-o land will bo sold cheap. ItOliGH It , HILL , Heal Ilitat ) Broken ) . Foil SALE Macros , 10 miles from city , only $10 per acre , f bold at onco. 110CCS fc HILL , Heal I tate Brokers. VOU SALE 100 acres , 10 miles west of city , \alley nnd wa ter , near elation , 82.201 . JIOQUS& HILL , Keal Estate Drjkeru. FOlt SALK LOO acres , 11 miles west of city , plenty of allcy , li-lii ( , ' | irliif ( , lniproto < Harm on all ulilcs , near school and station , must bo kold inttantur. HOCUS & HILL. FOU HALE IVOrcrcs ulth running ater , line \alley , good unrroundlnxs , 1 1 mllui from court lieu - > , only 810 per acre , if sold soon. 1100Gb & HILL , FOK BALE SO acres , two miles oait of Elkhorn station , very cheap. FOU HALE. 100 cares , fhe miles north of Elkhorn station , 910. * lirhty acres , 111 inllea from city , 40 a ires cultivated , 811 , 110009 A HILL. FOlt SALE ICOacrct , 11 miles from dty , 81,200. l FOlt SALE 040 acres , In ono tract , sov en miles west of Fremont - mont , U ) acres cultivated , all level land Is very choice , three fourths of a m1o | from station 111 sell all o ; [ art , or w 111 oxdiatno for Om h property. DOGUS & HILL. FOU SALE 3 t met i , of 160 acres etch In Sirpy county , 910 | ) r tu.ii ; water on all thrcu ciiurtu u. 1JOGUH&HII.L , FOU HALE 10 acres , clot.0 to dty , 840 per acre , waternd va lov. lluaCU&lHLL. FOU SALK SO acres , 81 miles e < t of city : io aero , four irllcs Houthucst of city both nlco pieces of land-will sell cheap. UOGUS & HILL , FOK flALK 16o acre far n , 5 } miles from cltr nOOOS * HIM. , Real Ki roR SALE StOacroj , near MIU nI-wlll Hlyld KOU 8AM ! FOR SALK the ikhorn valley. . . 10,000 acre * on - - Elkhorn and Krcmont , UOCHJS * M . VOIl SAI.K II omrternectlonK of land In to m > hlp 10 , ranjro 12 ! also IS quarter scUhnu In tow nihl > 10 , n niC 11 , only 12 to IS mil. s from Omaha. Borne very land In thcso lots. low DrtcM " " ' " . . . .nn - ntrt u..i Kstntc ItroKcrti 50 HOUSES ND LOTS ox Monthly Payments. Will build thcso lieu M to order fart as 1C- milrcd , on our lot * on Farnham , DoURlat an" lodge , and 27lh , 20th , 20th .and aoth St. . We ! rot Inilld anythlnt : but peed wild. No. 1 houses , lining lull as ( rood mttctUli and Ming fully tujrood work as Is done on larjre , flrst-cluM biiliillnn All houses are sheeted , Ur papered , iililcd , plontcrcd two coats , to .floor . ftud Jams w 11 pointed with best paint , nil window * hung on heavy weluhts. and fitted fo Insl o or out- eldo blind * , us desired. All studdlne Is placed 10 Inchon fro.u centra to centre-all iramlnic mm- her bcli K lully s heavy o tint used In larifo home . Houses cent In Item four to six roon.B , with ten foot celling. folding doors , etc. Wo I vile all p'OplowantliiB homes , U call ami ex amine th hou c * c tre now building. Vif < to- qulro In all ca es a cnt.li In hand payment of ? 10t ) or ? i'cO , balance monthly. BOGGS & HILL , Eeal Estate Brokers , 1408 Farnharn St. , OFF , GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL , Lots Kesidences Etc. Houses , , , . I louse anil lot , IGtliaml Marcy. ? 3KOO. Two hous > and one lot , 18th and I.earcn- worth , 2iiO. ( House and email lot , 13th nnd Caa , $000. Three hous 8 and lot , 12th and Cam , $2,000. lloiipe and lot , Oth and 1'nclllc , SKi.WlO. House- and lot , 10th nnd Pierce , $1,259. Fine res dene" , Shlnn's add tlon , $0,01)0. llouwandtwol ts. 2lth and Farnham , $2,600 , Ilousoand lot , 2bth and Karnha ,81,300. . Tno new housts and lot , 17th and Marcy. S2200. Mew houses and one-hall lot , 221 and Capitol avenue , 92,000 , , . House , Btnsn rooms , lthlt , Shlnn's addition , 81,70(1. ( Kno ( residence property , St , JIary s avenue , ? 5WO House and lot , Davenport street , 81,000. , House nnd lot , Shlnn's addltlo , $2,000. Houee nnd lot , Cih and Plctce , $2,600 Largo house , corner lot , 2Ut nd Butt , low price. ' House and lot , Armstrong's addition , 92iOO. Coiner lot , imall house , Armstrong's addition , Hou o nnd lot , 12th amlC pltol avenue , 83,200 House an > 1 t , 23d and Haruev , 2uOO. Fine res dcncc , California street , $7,000. lit tk house , 30th and Doiul-n , $1BOO. Full corner lot ndt. o houses , loth and Capitol tel aicnuc , 812.COO. Full lot and hou e , bi'slness locatl n , $7,600. Klcgnr.t residence , No. 1 locttlon , S7.UW. H..IISO an i lot , 18th and Bur' , $2 , OX ) . Commodious ri ld nee , th co lots , $18,000. Hou-o and lot , 2 th and Farnham , ? 1,150. Housa a > d lo , 26th Mu ( Douglas , $1CUO. U ld nco property , Cal foruln itrcct , $0,700. Residence property , Park Wlldocnuc , \cry cheap. House and i lot , 12th a-d I > ac Cc , 81,200. House and lot , Uod o ctrcct , ? 3fi'JU. Two house and two thirds of a lot , S3d ant ! Ca s , 81BOii. Dcsirab'o residence , two lot ] on Capitol .Hill , 87,6110. ll'lck residence , clioico location , 85,600. Houio i.iid a icaerc , South Omaha , $3 < 0. Kho spkndldiy located busincsloti , 22x00 feet tacb , as coo i a lucation as can he .found in the city , each 82,600. Two ( business lots , opposi e "Tn * Mlllud , " south side Uougl.s , butne.n 12th : nd 13th , each 85.000. SU hti9lncS3 lots on 25th street , $1SOQ to 82,600. Full comer lots , suitable for business , 87,500. Twobusln.ES lot , together 44xWJ feet , No. 1 locatlvti , $5,000. Six good business lots , rich 22x120 , each 83,000. Three buslncts lots , 22x120 ftct each , all for 87,0(10. ( Vuslncss corner , 132 feet PO.II are , ono of the beet locations n the city , 81lOuO. | 00x120 feet on conor , vcr. cheap for all , full lot , 18th and Harney , 81,800. > Full lot , 22d and California , 81.CCO. Corner lot , Jeffcreonand Douglas , 81,200. Itcaldence lot , Dodge street , 82,500. Large lot , 21tt and llanicy. 81.UOO. Corner , CUxbO feet , 13th and 1'iorcu , 8050. Block in West Omaha , 81,600. Itrlck cottage and two lots , well lmpro\cd ( 83,000. 'i wenty choice loU , Park Wild : n\cnue , 8COO to Nln ty-clght lots/south of St. Mary's ( uenue. between I0th and 20th ktreeta , 8600 to 8700. Ninety lots on Farnham , Donglai and Dodge between 2iith , 27th , 23th , 29th ana 30th gtroeta 83UOto 400. BOGGS & HILL FOU SALE Jutt What RAILROAD MEN WANT-an EN TIRE BLOCK OP GROUND eight-full lots. with fine large liousi of fouitccn rooa.s ai.il many other valuable Impn vcmenti. ' . Will divide this and sell In parcels to ault the purchaser , BOGGS & HILL , Eeal Estate Brokers , 1408 Farnham Street , DPP. BRAND OENTBAL HOTEL. PROBATE NOTICE. In the matter of the Ettateof Peter J. Johnson , deceased Notice Is hereby given that the creditors of sild deceased , v. IK meit the administrator of said Estate , before me , County Judge of Douglaa County , Nebraska , at a County court Room. In said County , on the 24th day cf November , 1BS1 , on the 24th day of . 'amiarv , 18S2 , nnd OJ the 2Uh day of March , 182 , at lu o'clock a. in. each d.iy , for the purposa of presenting their claims Tor examination , adjustment and allowance. MX inonthsjuo allowed for creditors to present their claims , and one } car for the ivJmlnUtrator to settle said Kxtate , from the 2 < th day of Septem ber , 1S31. this notice will I.e published In Tin OMAHA WKFKI.V Dun for four ueeka successively , prior to the 2tth day of Noicmhir , 1881. [ Atruoeopy.l A. M. CIIAUWK , cxtlU wu County Judge. mAKKS IT September lltll , by the under- JL rlKiicil , living on the Judge lirlgfr'n fannf two and a half mllea ucet of Omaha , Douglas Couuty , Neb , , one milch cow , supposed to bo fiv o j ears old , no tar marks or Brands , red and white speckled JAMKo G. HALE. 210novlS-vvSp : IMtOBATE NOTiOE. State of Nebraska , Douglas County , as ; At a County Court , hold at the County Court f * * * Room , In ami for said County , August 1st , A. D. Jb l. Present , HOW'AUD B. SMini , County Judge. In the matter ot the estate of Joseph IL Nel son , deceased ; On reading ami filing the , .etltmn of Martha S. Nelson , praying that the Instrument , pur porting to bo a duly authenticated copy of th ait w 111 and testament of paid deceased , and ol the probate thereof , by the Circuit Court of Fountain County , State of Indiana , and this day tiled In this Court , may be allowed and recorded , as the last will and tcitament of said Joseph II. Nelson , deceased , In and for the SUto of Ne braska. Ordered , That August 27th , A. D. 1881 , at 10 o clock a. m. , la assigned for hearing Mid petition , when all persons Interested In Bald matter may appearat a County Court to ba held , In and for laid County , and fhow causa why tha prajcr of petltioncrt > hould not be granted ; and that noUco of the pendency of told petition arid the hearing thereof , bo gh en to all persons Interested In lalil matter , by publishing a copy of this order In Till OUAUA WKKKMT DIB , a newspaper printed In said County , for three succttnlve weeks , prior to said day ol hearing. IA true copy. ) HOWARD D. SMITH , in wSt County Jud o. _ Reading and Elocution TAUOIIT BY- JULIE B HARDBNBBRGH. Voice Training. Private Le on and Claues , $011 Coat Strncfl between 0th and " 1st. Beauty , lieallli , ami linppincss for ladk-a ln"WINEOFCARDUI. "