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jf _ 8 IKE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; SATURDAY MARCH 26 , 1887. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I/I / PICKED UP ABOUT TBE CITY Charles K , Taylor Will Plead Guiltj to the Charge of Forgory. THE RAPIDLY RISING RIVER. Feeding a Wlfo I'olson A Very Re pentant Trninfi 1'ollco nncl Court . Ii0ial Odtls and Knils Other Local , Will Plead Guilty. It developed yesterday Hint C. K. Tay lor , the ex-clerk of the county board of commissioners , who Is charged with forgery , lias consuntpd to plead guilty in order to secure a mitigation of punish- in''nt. yinco Taylor's arrest his friends have txicn moving heaven aim earth to secure a compromise which would got Taylor out of the scrape. County Attorney Simcral and the county board of commissioners steadily refused , however , to "Jot up" on Taylor , 'f hey claimed that it would bo putting a premium on dishonesty to release him. . Since then Taylor lias made up his mind to plead guilty to the charge , wiMi the understanding that the lightest possi ble sentence of the court bo given him. Both County Attorney Simeral and the commissioners have agreed to invoke the clemency of Judge Neville in his behalf , provided that ho will plead guilty. Ho will proba bly be brought before the judge within thi ! next twenty-four hours. County AttorneySimeral said yesterday nfternooon : "I ani willing to have Taylor let on"as easily as possible , if ho pleads guilty. " Onojear in the penitentiary is the llghtea sentence ho could receive. Jf the case canio to trial it would probably cost the county a good deal , thou < ! h the proof is Bo overwhelmingly against Taj lor that he would certainly bo convicted. I have in that safe there $500 worth of warrants , each one of which would send Taylor to the penitentiary for from one to twenty years. " County Commissioner Timmo said yes terday afternoon that ho would bo will ing to go before Judge Neville and asl ; that the sentence of Taylor be niado as light as possible. THE RIVER'S CHANGES. Ice and Rising Muddy Water Moving the Channel Precautions Doing Taken. Yesterday the river was nine foot two inches , having fallen since the day be fore. Yesterday , about noon , it was eleven feet ton inches , having raised two feet eight inches. It is very turbid and cov ered with lloating fragments of See. The indications are that a gorge has been created in the river between Omaha and Bismarck which lowered the river's sur face here ami at all points below the gorge. This evidently has broken and is flowing down , and thus raising the river. Lumbermen , and others having interests along the banks arc actively en caged in making arrangement to secure tuejr property against any loss which the water may tin eaten. Near Florence lake the action of the river has invited the most earnest atten tion from tli'o county commissioners , who paid it a visit yesterday. The river is eating away the land which divides it from the lane. The commissioners claim tlmt the height of the bank oilers no se curity , on account of its sandy composi tion. They preaiot that the river will work its way through the cast half sec tion 85 and run into the river to the south. The land cast of section 35 will thus bo cut off , and the river would run into Florence lake and acioss into Cut Oil' lake , thence into the present channel. HE WOULD REFORM. William Tracy Tells ot a Brief Ex perience as a Croolc. "I'm goin' to reform , pardnor , and quit this ycr lifol" This pointed announcement was made yesterday morning by William Tracy , a vagrant who was arrested Thursday by the police. Before the prisoners were ar raigned in police court a reporter had a few moment's talk with him and learned from him his some what remarkable story. Tracy was up to .six months ago a cook employed at the Silver Moon restaurant in St Louis. A waiter in that somewhat noted cafe , named Phil Morris , was im bued with ideas of a Dick Turpin life in the wild west , gained from reading yel low colored novels. Tracy caught the fever , and tin owing up his position , de termined to enter upon the career of a robber and highwayman , with his friend Morris. Their adventures , after leaving St Louis , would make a volume of very in teresting rending. Of course an account of them is impossible hero. The two young men neither was over twenty-two years of age struck out for Chicago. Hero they were detected in a bungling piece of robbery and wore sent up to the "Bridewell" for twenty days each. When that sentence was served out they started from that city with the intention of coming to Omaha. They beat their way on a freight train to Bur lington , Ja. , where they remained tor sev eral days , until the police became sus picious and drove them out. It was while there , Tracy says , that they accom plished their first successful piece of work. They "hold up" a man on the outskirts of tlio town one night , and compelling him to throw up his hands at the point ol the revolver , robbed him of a gold watch and chain and about sixty-tire dollars in money. A day or two later the adventure took n turn which very much disgusted Tracy. They struck the Burlington road and started in the direction of Omaha , At Creston tlioy got off to prospect and BOO if there any chalices for "lino work" there. That night they slept in a see' ond-class hotel , and when Tracy awoke the next morning , it wan with a fcoline of stupor , as though ho had been chlori- formed. Ho found that his partner in iniquity , Morris , was missing , auit with nlra the gold watch and chain and about $50 in cash the result of tLo Burllngtor "job. " Tracy made his way to Omaha as besl ho could , and has since tried to get hones' ' work hero , lie has not been successful , and the police have looked upon him as n vagrant. Ho was released yesterday ty Judge Stonberg And started out again t ( look for work. Ho says ho is heartily sick of the life he entered upon after IK loft St. Louis and proposes to reform Ho announces , however , that it ho eve moots Morris ho will not hesitate t < wreak vengeance upon him in the uios summary fashion. TEACHER'S ASUU1AI1ON. They Meet In Lincoln In Consider Vn rlou Important Subject ! , The State Teachers' Association wil hold their twenty-first annual meeting n Lincoln , March 90 , 80 and 31. The open ing exercises , reports and the president1 address , and reception will occupy th llrst day. Governor Thayer , Supont tendent Geo. B , Lane and the retirin president , W. W. W. Jones , will ai President H. M. Junics at too receptloi "Tho Importance of the Tlirco R's , " "In- stltuto Work For 1837 , " "Tho Grading of District Schools , " nnd "Nature Touch. iiiK , " will ho discussed by Superintendent Brewer of Douglas , Mrs. Miua ilapwood of L'liulps nnd otlicrs on the second day. Tlio third nnd llnal day Miss Fannie Wood of Uninha , A. M. Human , Indus trial Instruction director in the citv schools nnd Superintendent Farniall , of the Slate Institute for the Hllnd , will dis cuss "Tho importance of Kyes nnd lltind Truinlnc. " ' 'The ' Kxccutlvo Work of the Kducntor , " and 'SKducationnl Co-ordina tion" will bo considered by Miss 0. O. Covey , superintendent of Howard county , and President J E. Miller , of the Canip'joll Normal University of Kansas , ( icvernor Thaver , Chancellor Mnnatt , President Mortals , President Klnp- land and others will deliver ad dresses. riins mm POISONED CAKR Clilimtnrii Toll Talcs on Ban Goon. The Chlnrsc brethren of San Goon , the South Tenth street notion merchant , are persecuting him unmercifully. They do it for no other apparent reason than that he is somewhat sharper and shrewder than the common runof Mongolians , and has attained a measure of prosperity which few of these saU'ron-hued gentle men cnioy. 1'nrthcrinoro , ever since lie married n white wife they have been in ordinately jealous of him. For It is not every "Chinee boy" that can draw such a prize in the matrimonial lottery. The latest story started by those fel lows is tiiat San Goon is in the habit of feeding his wife poisonud cake- They say that San Is so jealous of her that ho docs not want her to leave his sight , and that to prevent her from leaving the house ho gives' her cake which , being poisoned , makes her sick. They claim to have proof positive tfmt ho pur chases Urngs from an Indian doctor for the express purpose of mixing them with the cake which ho blandly oilers his spouse. San Goon denounces this story as false , while his persecutors declare with equal vehemence that every word of it is true. Thorc is war in Chinatown and some Omaha undertaker may soon li'ivo a chance to conduct a lirsi-class Chinese funeral. For Sale. Wo have four full corner lots 00x132 feet each on Farnam street cast of llth ) street at $20,030 , $50,000 , $75,000 and $123,000. 22 feet on Farnam by 1S2 on llth. $14,000 A choice corner 132 feet front on IGth st couth of Cass street. . . . 05,000 A choice corner on IGth st 00.\CO for 25,000 06x88 n w cor 23d and Curning. . . 15,000 4-1 feet on llarnoy between Mth and 15th 35,000 CO feet on Howard between 15th and 10th 35,000 22 feet on Cuming between 17th and 18th 4,500. 75 feet on 10th street near Nich olas 15,000. 185 feet on Leaven worth 40,000. Two acres on Lcavenworth 12,000. Good dwelling property in all parts of the city. Three full lots on U. P. tracks to lease for 20 j'cnrs. The C. E Mayno Heal Estate and Trust Co , , N. W , corner 15th and Ilnrney. Gcttlnji Nearer and Nearer. The city council of Council * Bluffs has decided to take active steps at once towards improving lower Broadway , which will include parking , curbing , pav ing , etc. This is preparatory to direct communication with the proposed wagon bridge. The contract for this structure will bo lot before the 20th of April , and work will bo commenced before the lirst of May. This is an enterprise of tlio greatest moment to both cities and the sooner the work is commenced tlio better. Rear In Mind That there are lots in South Omaha , pur chased within three years , for less than five hundred , that are now worth over ten thousand dollars. There will bo more packing houses , factories and rail roads there before 1888. These mean in creased population , and increase of pop ulation means increase of value to real estate. There are plenty of good lots still feft in the original plat of South Omaha. Why go out into additions a mile away from the center when you can still buy in the old pint at reasonable prices ? Uo not forgot that we control all sales for tlio Omaha Land Co. The C. E. Mayno Heal Estate & Trust Co. , N. W. Cor. 15th and Harnoy. The Water Was Too Cold. William Butler , the young man who left the Buckingham Thursday afternoon and wont down to the river to commit suicide , was still in tlio land of the living yesterday. Ho had altogether changed his ideas about the propriety of suicide. "Why didn't you jump in the river be fore the policeman got hold of you ? " asked one of the Indies of the Bucking- ingham of Uutlur. The fellow replied promptly : "The water was too cold. I thought I'd wait till Invest In Lincoln. She Booms. 480 aero tract suitable for sub-division , for $50 un acre. 10 tract adjoining an addition which is selling at | 000 per lot , at a bargain , 20 acres suitable for platting , at $14,000. Highland Park nddition will be placed on the market next week , averaging price of $150 per lot , f 20 nash payment , balance $10 nor month. It is the finosl nddition to the city. Wrlto us for .par ticulars. SHEIOVIN , SIIEUWIN & Co. Lincoln , Neb. County va Railroad. County Attorney Simcral has given tc the county commissioners an opinion , ii answer to a communication addressed tc him of date March 21 , in regard to the county road along the right of way of sec 10 , township 15. range 11 , east neai Waterloo. In his opinion the railroai company docs not take the 200 feet 01 each side of the center of the road , anc the county has a perfect right to locatt its road on the place where it now is. H < believes the courts should settle the mat tcr if the railroad desires to contest UK question. Mr. Poppletou has been In formed to this o licet. " " "Wanted To employ : 9 Drug order clerks. 2 Drug salesmen to travel. 1 Glass-cutter and packer. None but experienced , reliable men need apply. H. T. CLARK DKUG Co. . Lincoln , Neb. Robbed In a Saloon. The police are looking for Bill Smith n colored gambler , who Is sai ( to have robbed J. T. Armstrong a cattle man from the west of $150 In checks and fao in cash. Arm strong was taken in tow by Smith , am cither drugged or tilled up with whisk ; FO fust that in a very short time ho wn unconscious. The robbery was accorc plished In a prominent saloon. Armstrou ] has returned to his homo nnd Smith ha loft the city , it is supposed. Ho is boliovci to have gone to Kansas City. It is reported that the Omaha Natlonn bank people propose to add two storic to thulr building , making it one of BI etoric * . They refuse to talk much abou the matter , although they say that the have contemplated such a tlilpg for tw years. Architect § ay that the buildini will stand two additional stories. ODDS AND ENDS. Itrnjr Leaves From a Reporter's Note Uook. Omaha whrclmon arc figuring on char- erlng a special car to convey them to Imncapolls to witness the lx days' bl- ycle race which is soon to occur in that Ity. Ills probable that quite a number f local riders will attend the event , par- letilarly If one of the Omrxha profcs- ionals participate therein. Omaha will Iso bo represented in St. Louis in Mnv. V "If 1 could find the man who put my ) lcturo in tlio Pollco G.i/ctto , roproscnt- ng mo standing behind the bar with the irn containing Kuchl's ashes In front of uc , 1 should most certainly shoot him on ight , " remarked Ed Wittig , the other lay. "What J object lo most Is being ouresentcd as bald headed. See my mir ? Its all there and just as thick as vhon I was twenty years younger. " "The fact is , " he added , "Kuuhl never nade any request that his ashes should jc placed on my bar. If ho had , 1 would mvo most certainly carried it out. " * * "Tho boys1' tell a good story on old Jncle JohnStanton , the venerable sport , vho is now passing the winter at the leer farm. Several years ago Uncle ohn had a room on North Thirteenth trect. He was delinquent with his rent , nd his landlord was continually threat- ning to put him out. "Uncle John" houjrlit the matter over , and finally truck a scheme for retaining the room , vhich worked to pcrlection. He Ictermincd to "hoo-doo" it. lo told ghastly stories of ho nightly visitors ghosts , hobgob- ins , spooks that were in tlio habit of nvading the room , and how every night , trango , unearthly noises were to be id aril in the apartment from dusk until lawn. In fact , ho succeeded in creating n , general impression that the room was taunted. It became unrentable , and Jnclc John Stanton was allowed to re main iu it until he was ready to give it lll # < * Surveying parlies are now using iron takes witii tin tabs to mark their metes and bounds , instead of the old wooden > egs and corner-stones. The consequence quence is that the land around this city hat has been divided Einto lots rcsem- ) les immense diamond fields these fine normngs when tlio sun gets its eye on the tin. Tlio effect to tlio uninitiated is startling at first. Even horses and cows nrc much disturbed about the presence of these glittering "strancors" on the jrairio slopes and pastures , and sace old : rows have been seen to make a dive for the tin tabs like gamc-lisli for a "spoon" on the rippling waters. Fcnst of tlio Annunciation. Yesterday was one of the most prominent least days in the Catholic church , being that of the Annunciation , more commonly ailed "Lady Day. " It is commemora tive of the announcement of the concep tion of the Saviour to the Virgin Mary. * .hereby being tlio foundation of one of the leading dogmas of Catholicism. It ivas duly celebrated in all the Catholic jhurches of the city , and although this is Lenten season and observed strictly by tiiis church an exception is made in favor of the least of Annunciation''as a great Catholic church holiday. J. W. Ellcr returned yesterday from the mining districts of Arkansas and says ; here i < great excitement there over the extensive finds of lead , gold nnd silver. There are many Ncbraskans in the camps. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thispowder nevervaries. A marvel ol puritystrength and'wholesomeneSs. . More economic than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the mul titude of low test , short weight.alum or phosphate powders. Sod | only in cans. Royal Bakine Powder Co.1106 Wall street , New York. State and Washington Sts , , CHICAGO. Of interest to those furnishing homes. We have secured under con tract the exclusive control and sale for the ENTIRE WEST of the ART GOODS , Designed fcy Vim , Morris , and. made by Morris & Company , London , - - England , Consisting of CARPETS. Hammersmith Rugs , Paper Hangings , Figured Woven Stuff's , Furniture , Velvets & Cloths , Arras Tapestry , Embroideries , Painted Glass Windows , also , The De Morgan Tiles , Now on exhibition in the MO'RRIS DEPARTMENT , 4th Floor , State & Washington Streets. NOTE-Sea Artlcla "A Cay in Bnrroy with. Win. Ucrrls , " Century. Vag&xln July , 16(33. OMAHA 13th It , Cor. Ctpltol Atenwt. ton rn TRIATMKNT or AM. Chronic & Surgical Diseases. OR , MoMENAMY. Proprietor. Rlueim jcari' [ To tiUM nml Vrlralu I'racUce We liavo llio facilities , apparatus And rrmciIlM for the larocttful trr&lnient of c\cry form of < ll r o rcnultlni } sillier medical or MirKtcil trrnlmftit , and Inuteall tn conic and IntcttlgAta for tlicmicltw or cJrrcsponrt-nltli ni I.onz oipctleuc * in ( rent \\\g \ \ \ c ic l > r teller rntblei as to treat man ; cam tcitmtlflcilfy without urolnr them , * WHITE roil CIKOULAH on Dcformlllci and Rrftcc ? , Club Kret , Curvatures of the Bplnn DiiEttti or Wo * ! , Piles , Tumors , Canctn > , Catairh , Bronchitis , Inhalation , Electricity , 1'arnl- j li , Epilepsy , Kidney , Kjc , Ear , SUu , lllood am ) all surgical opemllnnt. UtttPrlcn. 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Pa tients whose cases have heen neglected , badly treated or pronounced incurable , should not fail to write us concerning their symptoms. All letters receive immediate aitention. aitention.JUSKPUBLISHED. JUSKPUBLISHED. And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt of one 2 cent stamp , "practical Observations on Nervous Debility and Physical Exhaustion , " to which is added an ' Essay on Marriage , " with important chap ters on Diseases of the Reproductive Or gans , the whole forming a valuable medical treatise which should be read by all young men. Address , DllS. S. & D. DAVIESON , 1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colorado. 1707 Olive St..St. L uis , Mo. COMPLETE AGAINr > The large sales which , followed our recent announcement through the press , of our immense line of Spring Overcoats at our popularly low prices , has so depleted our stock , ( some styles having been entirely closed out , and of others the sizes were entirely broken ) that we were compelled to duplicate our entire line , which with an increased assortment is now again complete. Those who were in the habit of ordering their Spring Over coats made bv merchant tailors , were deeply interested in our $14,75 and $15.75 overcoats , of which we sold large quanti ties. These garments are made up from vervgood English and the vorv best American fabrics , and. the make-up of which will compare with such overcoats as merchant tailors ask from $35 to $4O for. We have also an immense line c f lower grade Snring Over coats , one stvle of which we sell for $5,75 , is a marvel of cheap ness and sold bv other dealers for $9- All goods are marked in plain figures and at striotlv one price at the \ Nebraska Clothing Company , Cor. Douglas and 14th. sts. , Omaha. MADE ON HONOR -AND PERFECT IN EVERY RESPECT only Machine that will sew backward * and forward * equally ivcll , and the Lujhlcst He wing Machine in existence. The Union Sewing Machine ire desire cncryctic and rctponvlblcilenlcrs in Ac&rasfcrt , Colorado , Wyoming , Dakota ami Western Iowa. Jf you are looking for a cheap Machine , don't answer this advertisement , but if you want to handle the best Sewing Machine that money can buy , address for particulars. 209 N , (6tii ( St , , Omaha , Neb , Mention Omaha lice. CHICAGO * * MORTH- " WESTERN Wli RAILW. The only road to take for Dee Molncs M nr- ehnlltown , Cedar Rapids , Cllr.ton , DlxonvChlca- go , Milwaukee Hticl all points cnat. To tlio iico- plo of Nebraska , Colorado , Wyoming , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , Oregon , Washington and Cnll- fornla , It offnrs superior advantages not posil- bio by any other line , AmonK a few or tlio numerous point * of * u- pcrlorltjonjoycd by the patrong of tills road between Omatin nnd rhlcaRO , uro Its two trains a day of DAV COACHES , which are the llnost tliHthuinHn nrt and ( mromilty can croato. It * I'ALACKSnKBPINaC'AUS , which Ore models of comfort and eleimnce. Its I'All LOU OUAW- 1NU ROOM CAHS , uiHurpaB < iOJ ( by any , and Ita widely celebrated PALATIAL DINING C A US the equal of which cannot bo found elsewhere At Council Illuds the tialns of the Union 1'aclflo Ky. connect In Union Depot with those of the Chicago 4 Noithwcstern Ity. In Chicago the trains of this line muke close connection with those or all eastern lines. For Detroit , Columbus , Indianapolis , Cincin nati , Niagara Falls , Buffalo. I'ltUbunr.Toronto , Montreal , Iloston , Now Voric , Philadelphia , Baltimore , WnshinKton and all points In the east , ask for n ticket via the "NOHTH WESTERN. " K you wish the best accommodation. AU ticket Bftent * sell tlckctl via this line. II. HUQHITT , K. P. WILSON. UcnL Manacer. nenl. J'ass'r Agent Chicago , 111. W. M. BABCOCK. L U. HOLI.K3 , Western Affent. City Pois'r Agent , * Omaha , Nebraska. Red Star Line Carrying1 the Helglum Royal mid United States Mall , Hailing every Saturday Bitwcin Ant wtrp & Niw York To the Jlhlnc , Germany , Italy , Uo\- \ land and France , E" .Ijlj .A.ET3D "WXWI'EZ ? . Salon from $00 to ITS. Excursion trip from f 110to $125. Beoond Cabin , outward bound. fi5 ; prepaid , $ Vi ; excursion , fit ) . Bteorngo pn saffe at low rule * . 1'eter Wright & Sons.Gonural AK < > nt8 , fB Broa < lway , New Vork. Henry I'undtl218 iarnnm st.jl'aulson 5t Co. , JI38 Fariiam St. ; D. O. Freeman. M farnom. at iaiaiT uuoH F Moline , Milburn & Stoddard Go , . 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Prizes of 2,000,000 1,000,000 , 530,0')3 ) , 250,000 , &c. fianc * will be drawn , besides the certainty of receiving back 100 francs in gold , you may win 4 times This Is us afc , and th * best , Investment ovtr offered , m tUo . lovejtoa mnnex roust b paid b4ok when bond mutiirod. 85iidforolroulirH < It will p y you to.Jj , or noiiJ yi-iir vriiuri . wlthmouey or lOKisterotl letter , or potta ! notnB , mid In roturu we will rorw rdth dnciimaatl. 11EULIN BANKING CO , . UOft UronUwuy , Now Vurk C'llr. N. ' B. These bond * are not lottery ticket * , and Ihu-Ir ac ! n .evilly puunitted iu the U. S. by law of 1878. .