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THE OMAHA DAILY" BEE SATURDAY" , SEPTEMBER IT 1881.
THE DAILY BEE
Saturday Morning , Sept. 16.
" LOOAL BREVITIES.
Donno , liclmMe ITnltcr.
"Frederick l iwlinjf llftttcr.
COO business lots. Call on IJemls.
4000 residence lot * , Bcmio , ngcnt.
250 houM * and lot * . DcinlV agency.
TjemU1 real estate boom. Tlrst pag
'A , W , Nftson , Dentist , Jacob's block
TJcst line of Cigftrs At Saxc's.
The county court incclo October -Ith
Ostrich fcntliCM cleaned nnd colom
nt Itlnpcr's ,
Karly ycslenlay there was qnlto i
Ih cly snow storm in the city.
Smoke Stnriton it Storms , finesl
Oigar , at Kuhn's Unijj Store only.
SoJaVnter \ , belter than ever , al
Beints' new mnj ) of Omaha , 25 ccnUi ,
00 farms and 000,000 ncroa of land
Ucmii , Agent.
ScaU for Charlotte Thompson go on
sale to-morrow morning.
A few gooA seals left yet for the
( Irnml Opera. '
- - Flrtt-clnBg coat maker wanted. J. II.
Most elegant new htylos of Hats , nt
the Omaha Furicr , Henry ( ! . Hlchtcr ,
IRtli street , opp. postollico. ncpt5-tf
The Lion cvntinuea to roar for Mooro's
r-Tarneiis and Saddlery.
For FINK Commercial Job Printing ,
all nt THE DEE Job roome.
Bicycle for sale or trade for a horse.
C J , Canan.
Hero wo go to Donno's , the reliable
hatter to buy a good hat , 218 , 1-1 th street.
The crowds at the hotels of thocityn.ro
thinning out rapidly. Owing to the rain
ol to-day few people expected much tport
nt the fairgrounds.
To the fanners don't forget to call and
tee ] ) oanc'n fine lot of hats nnd caps at
218 , 14th street.
The great hit , "l-'urnUhoiI IJooms' at
the Academy Again to-night. Jtcncrvc
your scats early , as hundreds wcro turned
.nwaylast night ,
Nindcl & Krells , Tractical Halters.
"Wo Bell lints and caps cheaper than any
body else. You will find it to your ad'
"vantage to give us a call. Boptl3-tf
' Doane , the reliable hatter wants to
nee you all to-day , giving away hats and
caps nt Doane's , remember 218 , 14th
McGranahan and Whittle , the well
known revivalists , will probably Hjwmtl
the winter in Omaha in the interest of the
Y. M. 0. A.
Fred. | 1) ) . Lowe , who for the pant year
and a half haa bei-n deputy clerk in the
district court , has resigned his position
.and will devote himself to Ida private busi
ness hereafter ,
Compan > jp , of this city will nliis
evening tender a reception to the two
visiting .military companies that Imvu
been doing duty at the fair grounds during
Twelve closely packed coaches left the
city over the I ) . > t Al. railroad yestcr-
-iliy. They contained many people who
had intended to remain over until to-mor-
JTOW , but who were disappointed by the
hilly rain storm.
Twenty persons consulted Judge
Bcneko ycbtcrday on official business
principally in regard to remitting fines , It
was the largest docket that court has had
for some time. Many were unable to pay
fine ) , and visitors from abroad were gen
erally discharged , but $00 was turned Into
the treasury *
Mro. 0. Re n , of Honaparte , while
visiting the fair Thurwlay afternoon , had
her pocket picked of a considerable sum of
money while looking at the races.
The picnic of the nail works employes )
will bo held nt South Omaha park to-mor
row. Arrangemepts for having ft pleasant
time have been made nnd the success of
the picnic is assured in advance.
Eddie Hyan , seven years old , while
playing on Sixteenth street , near J. J.
Brown's residence , yesterday , was struck
on the head by the hoof of one of the
horses attached to Driacoo'H team. Ho
wax knocked senseless nnd quite severely
though not dangerously hurt ,
About 10 o'lock last night a telephone
incfcsago was received nt the jail asking
that an officer be scut to the Occidental
house , on Tenth ttroct , to search n man
accused of stealing two revolvers ant of the
vali/to / of one of the boarders. No officer
being at the jail at the time , no attention
was giv < n it. A BKK reporter visited the
IIOUHC , butthu landlord refused to glvo any
Thcro was n vury amusing sight Si :
front of the California house last ovo-
ning. A man who had probably
drank a fjood deal during the
day was lying on the
eiuownlk there. Ho was apparently
in the full use of his faculties nnd the
upper part of his body , but his IOUB
were utterly worthless. In other
words , ho felt the clFnot of his intoxi
cation altogether in the logs. These
appendages were perfectly limp , and
could no moro bo used than BO
much rubber. When the man
would turn his body one way his lees
would naturally fall the other. Ho
tried to convince the bystanders that
ho had been run over and both his
legs broken , and that ho was not in
toxicated. In this ho failed , however.
Ho was finally placed ir a wagon and
A Positive DouinX
J. W. Blanchard , division superin
tendent of the Wabash , St. Louis &
Pacific railroad , writes a letter from
Stanbprry , Mo , , in regard to a state
ment in Tan BKB that an engineer on
the run on which an accident occurred
recently near Bhonandoah had given
up liis job , afraid to run any longer ,
BO bad was the track. This otate-
inont Sir , Ulanchard denies positive
ly and says the regular engineer was
upon his engine at the tima of the ac
cident. Ho further states that from
personal observation had less than
thrbo hours before the accident oc
curred ho found the track in good
hapo and that ho usually inspects the
tract between Council Bluffr nnd
Btanbcrry every Monday morning ,
while ho is on his way to his olllco
us ho was that day.
A DISMAL DAY
Which Put Another Damper
on the Pair.
The Rain Prevents Falflllmont
of the Programme.
Continuation of the Exposition on
Evorypno nt the state fair grounds
wns in hiuh spirits on Thursday night ,
nftor the very successful exhibition
and. largo attendance , and the most
active preparations were made to nc-
commodato the throng expected yes
terday , But "tho best laid plans of
micp nnd men gang aft.igloo ; and the
cquinoxial storm which cumo over
the plains from the west struck the
fair grounds about I ! o'clock yostoidny
morning with full forco. A steady ,
celd rain fell steadily during the
greater part of the day , driving all of
the exhibitors who could get away of
the ground and seriously inconveniencing
iencing the rest , Many of the tent :
and booths bccamo flooded witl
water before daylight , RO thai
their occupants were obliged to
got out and shiveringly seek
drier quarters. Of cout.su , tJicro was
no attendance to speak of , although
the ticket otlico showed a sulo of fifty
pasteboards. Everything about tloral
hall , the attractive buildings on either
side , and morchanlilo hall on the op
posite side of the grounds , was inact
ive , while the mun in charge of the
agricultural machinery seemed to have
( lec.iinpod in u solid body , only tlireo
being lound nbou- the wide nrea cov
ered by that display. As many per
sons as could convuniontly congregate
in the president's and secretary's of
fices gathered there at an early hour
and assisted in keeping two stoveo
one a very feeble ono warm.
The hoard of managers were kept
busy most of the forenoon discusainu
the general condition of affairs uiKl
finsworing the inquiries of muioui
jxhibitora and boothmon. Numberlest
suggestions were made. Of those-
most seriously entertained one wa < i to.
lontimio the fair until Tuesday night
loxt , which would allow the many at-
Tactivo features of entertainment to
jo utilized. This found considerable
aver in the minds o the members of
ho board present , nnd will probably
> o decided upon if suitable nrrarigo-
nonts can bo made with exhibitors
o allow their displays to remain. An-
itlior suggestio i was to- open thn
[ rounds on Sunday at twenty-free
onts admission , and give a sacrud
onccrt in the afternoon , with appro-
iriato addresses by two or throj di-
incs from Omaha.
Despite Uio rain , cold , mud and
eneral disngromblenoss upon the
; rounds yesterday , there was any
mount of fun and jollity at the
arious headquarters. While the
ioard wore considering the feasibility
if the above propositions a big square
houldored fellow came in and stated
hat ho wanted to remove ids exhibit.
"What hivvo you here ? " asked Prea-
"A show , " said the man.
"What kind of a show ? "
"A dog show. "
"How many dogs ? "
"Ono dog without front legs-a
wo-lcggod dog. "
"la it a quadruped or n biped ? "
skcd Judge Kinnoy.
"That's what's boon exciting this
rowd on the ground so , and wo never
: now it , " exclaimed Col.Smytho with
chagrined expression on his face.
"Yes , that's BO , " aaid Chairman
) orsoy , "and I ddn't think this fair
an go on without that dog. You
ladirt bettor take him away. "
The man ecutnod reluctant to say
, , iy more , but finally ho blurted out :
'Well , I can't stay. My tent , is in a
tool of water , my wife is sick , nnd I
iayon'1 cash enough to run this thing
.nother day. I'vo either got to 'got
mt or atarvo. "
The shout of laughter which had ,
) eon excited by the first part of the
liuloguo died away Hero was ono of
, ho results of the adverse fair week ,
[ n a second Chairman Dorsoy took off
liis hat and said : "Bring the dog over
iieroiind show him. Gentlemen , chip
in. " The fellow needed no second
invitation , lie disappeared , and while
ho was gone the contribution urow en
couragingly , so that when ho came
back with the curiosity a ehophord
dog with only two legs enough was
placed in his hands to run the "show' '
until the end of the week.
Just then another incident occurred.
The agoutof a sowing mauhiuoeompaiiy
was reported as preparing to movo.
Orders wont out to stop him. Present
ly ho was brought into the olllco in
charfio of the chief of the fair ground
police. Ho was chafgcd with attempt
ing to paok up preparatory to removal ,
and with being very impertinent when
ho was spoken to about his prepara
tions to movo. Ho attempted to
argue the question , but President
Olarkson "sat down" on the follow so
suddenly that ho slid out of the door
without further remark. It was then
announced that no further exhibits
are to bo allowed to bo taken fron
the ground until the close of the fair.
U hue this may inconvenience a few
it will assist and eatisfy the over
whelming majority of the exhibitors.
In the county exhibits there were BO
many things for the committees on
awards to consider that it required
considerable deliberation to decide ii :
regard to the premiums. The awardi
were finally determined upon as fol
lows ; Lancaster county , first ; Wash
ington county , second ; Hall county ,
third ; Burt county , fourth ; IXuyaoi
county fifth. All of theao exhibit !
wcro very creditable , and have beer
more fully referred to in Tin : BEE
heretofore , Dawson county has boot :
especially unfortunate in many wayi
this week , The exhibit arrived n
good shapp on Monday , and then , ni
the committee having it in charge as
Bert , it was not given a place , hut was
obliged ( o Ho in the HUH until many
of the fruits and green product
hud dried up , bo as to bo almost use
less for exhibition. It wan filially as
uignod a place underneath the big
tent west of the row of building !
along the main south driveway , ] <
had only been nicely arraigned on a
long row of tables when , SVeilneuduj
night , a windstorm arose nnd "down
came baby bunting and all , " urn
Dan son's exhibit was again "lion
du combat. " Such a combination o ;
circumstances and elements wua to
much forDawson's coimnittco on coun
ty display and they gnvo it up.
TO CONTINUE MONDAY.
At a Into hour yesterday afternoon
it wns decided by the board of mana
gers to continuo tlio loir over to Mon
day. Most of tlio exhibits will bo al
lowed to remain upon tlio grounds
nnd the program which had
boon arranged for yesterday and
to-day will bo fully carried out. Tlio
following is the program for to-day ,
which , for the information of its read
ers , THE BEE repeats.
FORENOON , 9 A. M.
Hivcop.staken exhibitions in lots 1 ,
2 , 4 and u of class 1 or horses.
Sweepstakes in lots i , L , 3 , 4 , 5 , C
and 7 , of class 2 , cattle.
Sweepstakes in lots 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 and 5
ot class 3 , flwinp.
Sweepstakes in lots 1 , 2 , 3 nnd 4 of
class 4 , sheep.
Also , any lots in classes 1 , 2 , 3 and
4 , that have not been examined nnd
Running race Ono inilo and repeat
peat ; pursu $300 , divided as follows
S150 , § 75 , $15.
Bicycle race Puiso $100 , dtvidet
into 810 , § 30 , § 20 , $10.
Entries for running race , ono niilo
find repeat ; purse $301) ) .
W. 0. Ross , Shonantloah , Iowa , en
ters b. a. Siroc , jr. ; A. Brandt , Hollo-
v'tio , b. in. America ; J. W. Jacobs ,
Lincoln , enters Boston on the Table
A. D. I'holps , Moberly Mo. , enters
: h. g. Turin ; P. Pearson , Lincoln ,
[ micros , m. Resumption.
In the 2:00 : trotting race the follow
ing entries nro nude : M , C. Robin-
1011 , Wisnor , Nobv , enters b. s. Hob-
bio 'Dinibar ; J. McDougal , Dallas ,
I'exas , ? * KOlaronco II. ( J < \ Moore ,
[ lasting * , r. in. Qr.-vco S. ; 0. Neris ,
Dmahn , a. m. Mila G. ; E. Pylo , Lin-
iolti , b. D. Maxio Cobb ; R , L. Gra-
lam , Oakland , Pok , d. g ; Yellow
lackot ; M. O'Roilloy ' , Kearney , Neb. ,
) . if. Doxier D.
In the roadster raco1 there are five
IIXAUTIFUL I > WDLAV. .
The Ma * > Meyer & Co'a. building ,
irst door oa t of iloral hall , i a gru.it
outer of attraction. This firm has a
ino exhibit of silvoB'platcd ware ,
, 'hich is very beautiful in nppe.iranco.
'hero nro many fine lots of goods in
ho Messrs. Meyer's show , and in
very respect they are worthy of the
oinmondattvvn not only oftlio - town
ut of the state genorally. One case
ontains n fine variety of ailver-
rrought wars , and in tltis display
my bo seen numerous other beauti-
nl articles ? The exhibit o frosted
ilvcrwaro is-Tcry elegant. . Another
iiso containo-'a very excellent cahibit
f cigars , meerschaum pipes and ci-
arctto holders. A diamond brace-
) t , manufactured for n Council Bluffs
cjlo , is nlno on exhibition and is
lucli admired by the lady viaitors.
Hogother tlio MAX Moyer'a show
resents a Tory magnificent appear-
FLORAL HALT. 11UU1IIT.
The general show in Fltml hall ,
liiltj it is not so extensive as that of
.st year , has many attractions for
isitors. Persons viniting the fair go
> the Floral hall first and they nro
unorally well satisfied with the dis-
lays there made. In the cast por-
011 of the hall Mr. Yon DACII , of the
malm apiary , has a. case of bees nnd
oncycovnbs with the little yorkers
usily engaged in their untiring laura -
ura in the manufacturing of this do-
ictablo niticlo of food.
Mro. D. Rust has rm exhibition of
iiintinga and portraits in undia ink ,
hicli look very uicely. Mr. George
i. Timmo , the Douglas county artist ,
as some vyoU executed portraits in
il , among which are these of
udgo BonGlco , of the police court ,
ud J. M. Thurston , of thirf city.
The display 6f George Iloyno , the
ixlccnlh street photographer , is very
J'rof. I'.dthbinn , of the Great Wcst-
ru IJiHtiifS.'i ' college , has a good show-
ig of peninnnship and artistic pen
IniM'incis. ' * * * * " -
Ttlra. U. V. Mandprson haa several
.lintings on exhibitimi which .have
L'cuiyod considerable worthy , ri
.J1UUT COUMV KXniUIT.
The Burt county display of yegota-
loa is very good. The qualities of
quash , onions , potatoes , turnips and
wcut potatoes exhibited are among
ho beet ever r.iiscd in this state. The
lisplay of grasses from this county
, lso look very nice. Hungarian grass ,
illio joint and other varieties , which
roro cut on the otalk and sent in tor
inhibition , look very healthy nnd
ihow that Nebraska ns a grazing lo-
; ality has no superior nnywhoro in
lie United States. Burt county
itands fourth in the general county
ixhibits , and had un extra mention
m account of its ouporior exhibit of
This county had the honor of carry-
in j oil' the premium given for the best
I ulity of fl ix raised i.i this state.
Mi1. McDowell , of Oakland , was the
, uuky farmer who took the prize.
The exhibit of Hall county in the
lifloront kinds of grain is excullont
ind is indicative of the superior qual-
, ty of the soil in the western part of
In the matter of fancy goods and
noodle work there are quito n number
uf good exhibits. Staiidin" in the
west wing of the hall is the display of
Kirs. J. U. Moore , who haa on oxhibi
tiun an elegantly wrought nnd fanci
fully fiuured worsted pin cushion. It
uvidontly took n great amount of la
bor to manufacture it , nnd it evinces
that 'ho lady 1ms n tulont for this des
cription of work. Mrs. J. M , Thura-
ton has several articles of noodle
and fancy work on exhibition , nnd
they show a good deal of task in their
The exhibit of 0 , A. Ringer is very
commendable indeed , and is very
much sought after by the ladicd in
their rumbles about the various build
ings , A particularly line portion of
Mr. Ringer's display is two oases of
hnts and bonnets. Thesu are of the
most recent patternsami uro "just too
lovely for anything. " Beside these
are a number of embroidered quilts
piucod from silk nnd other fabrics.
E. 0. Killing , the florist , has n fine
show of hot house plants.
Messrs. G. 11 , nnd J. S , Collins
have n neat exhibit of saddlery goods ,
Boaido these given especial mention
there nro many goods oliown in this
building which dcsorvo great praise ,
Tousloy & Brp. Imvo n good displaj
of vegetables in the hall ,
A.V. . Fulltciilo A Co. have an olo'
gant display of booto nnd shoes in the
west wing of the building , nnd itlooke
very well. Mr. Fiillrcido is n now
compr in Omnliu , but through his en-
terpise has gained many patrons nnd
Dr. Lawrence , of Rl. Joe , Mo. , has
n case of epcctnclus and opera glasses
Altogether this hall may bo said tu
contain n good show in ovary branch
represented , nnd the exhibitors generally -
orally nro worthy of much credit for
The "White sowing tnnching com-
pnny have three or four of their ma
chines in iloral hall , besides some
fancy quilted rugs and bed spreads
which look very well.
Tlio Wheeler Wilson sewing ma-
china company have n plnco in Iloral
liall filled with aomo of their ma
chines , nnd the company may fee
considerable satisfaction in vlieir ox
Messrs 0. X. Brisco vt Co. haru a
very nc.it display of safes nnd vaults ,
nnd nro essentially the "solid men * 'oi
The King sewing mnchino company
mvo Bomo of their machines shown ,
nnd they nttr.ict considerable nttcn-
Windoll .t Krollo , in Iloral hall ,
mvo alsoa very elegant display ol
mts nnd caps which is worthy of men-
ion. This linn , although recently
ongagcd in business , Imo attracted
nimidotnble nttetition on account of
Ivcir activity and gonosnl business
[ ualificalioca. They are nasured of u
uucefcsiul biioiness career in Omaha.
John Eviim , the Omalm > seedsman ,
iaa n fine show in the caet wing of
i'loval hall. It consists of the various
< iiuls of seetli and an olobornto ( Us-
jlay of flowcri in various shapes. The
xhibit of dried fiowora put up in
vrc.thB , coronets and boquets are os-
ro especially noticeable. Mr. Evans
las boon in tha seed business for a
eng time nnd thoroughly understands
vorj requirement of the trade.
The exhibit of II. G. Clark & Co. ,
s voijy lino.ri'ho pyramidali display
f spices and axtracts is worthy of
10 highest pzatBO. The show coin-
rises tlio diftenmt varieties cf spices ,
xtrasta , and roasted coffees all manu-
ucturod by this. firm. The firm also
lakei- the beat : quality of r an , cake
nd Hiokwhcat prepared flour. This
rm starled in irado in 1878 , and dur-
ng their busineis career have eaperi-
nccultho beat kind of tnids- among
heir patrons in this state and the
rcstem torritctfies. Tlioy are the
nly firm which has had the entor-
rixe to exhibit , their particular line
UNITING- THE RACES.
CMaamaii Joining His-Name
to a White "Woman.
An Americanized Chii-junsn ap-
litil to Judge Chadwick of the county
ouzt yesterday for a marriage license.
lo- gave his name in the original as
lung Chang Leo , or in English Ohas.
j > . In reply to the usual' questions
iC- said ho was born in China and
i as 34 j-car&of age. His , father was
% o Ting and his mothar's maiden
iiuno was liJdio Quoo. The bride of
ho occasion1 will bo Miss- Emma Trip-
ott , who gave her residence ns
himha. and her birthplauo as Buonoa
.yrcs/South America. She is a rather
ilcnsant-faccd young woman , and it is
mdcrstood to to n case
if pure love on both sides. Mr. Leo
las lived in Omaha for sotno timound
ends hia energies to tbo sale of tea.
lo adopts the American mode of
tress , and utulcrstanxls English rcn-
onably well. This , is the second case
> n record where Ja Chinaman re-
iciveil a marriage license to" wed a
voman of anotlicp race in this conn-
y. On the first occasion that
ilongoliau conformed to liia future
' far to clunin-
vifo's eccentricities so as -
ito his pig-tail. This pleased the lady
iugoly.but other Chinamen of the city
iroso in their wrath and thirsted for
ho bridegroom's goro. They failed
, o get gore , but that Chinaman lost
jast amoti' ' his follows thereafter.
Mr. L. Hay wood , of Ncoaha city , Is
Hon. A. llecco , of North Pintle , Coon
iy Treasurer of Lincoln county , was in the
: ity yesterday. ,
The llov. Otto Grocnbaum loft recetitly
for Wisconsin , where ho will take charge
3f a cong.egatiim.
Mr. Tieliuum , and wife nnd II.
Sronlgomory and wife , of David city , nro
[ } iic ! > tB at the YTithnell.
Lo Viscomtu Uu Dore and Le AMtcnmto
Ciuitari and wife , tourists from 1'aris ,
France , are rcgUtered nt
iFiulue n Iiociilator-
Among these who appeared before
Judge Benoko yesterday charged
with being drunk was n nwn who was
designated on the docket ns John Doe.
The man was very rospoctublo in ap-
pcnnmco and seemed to bo a person of
some standing in the state. Ho
positively refused to give his proper
natno and was without money
to pay his fine. A friend came to his
rescue , however , and ho was released.
It was afterward learned that this
gentlemen is quite a noted politician.
Ho was n member of the legislature
when the Slocumb law was passed ,
nnd , it is said , voted for it , mid elo
quently defended it upon the floor of
Another gontlotnnn , whoso homo is
in lied Cloud , /acknowledged to _ the
court that ho had boon a great friend
of the late Judge Kaloy , and had
strenuously favored the Slocumb act ,
Ho was out of funds but being u
utrangor was discharged.
How to Got Slclr.
Expose yourself day and night , eat
too much without exercise , work too
hard without rest , doctor all the time ,
tnko nil the vile nostrums advertised ,
t ul then you will wnnt to know
How to dot Well.
Which is answered in thrco words-
TttUo Hop Bittors. Soptl-OctlO
OMAHA MEDICAL COLLEGE.
Fall session begins Oct. 10 , 1881
Address , G , B , AVKES , M. D , , Sec.
To the Superintendent of th
W. J. Kennedy , o/ this city , super
intondcnt of the agricultural department
mont at the Fair grounds , was callc
to his olllco this morning where It
found gathered n largo number of implement
plomont men representing nurncron
manufacturers of ngrictiltuml imple
ments , Air Kennedy wns introduce
by M. S. Montgomery ana recoivoc
by Howard Potter who addressee
him very eloquently and pros
1'iitod n fine silver sot , consisting o
way , pitcher and goblet , ns n token o
esteem from his friends , and their ap
preciation of his efforts to
nake everything pleasant in
iis department on the Fair grounds
To this Mr. Kennedy replied with
much fueling and earnestness , mani
festing his nurpriso and hoavtfcU
thanks. When ho concluded the boys
gave thrvo cheers. Songs being next
in order by E. D. Vaiieourt and M.
E. Skill' , ridded mueii to the occasion ,
after which they nil adjourned eome-
whcro chfrnnd rejoiced again. S. AV
McCoy wns the secretary and M. S
Montgomcsy the treasurer. The clo-
gant set WIM purchased nt Messrs. Ed-
halm & Eriakson , the popular jewelers
of this city , , and the following are the
II. H. Wilson , Moline Wagon Co. ;
rarkerifc Bowers , M. 2t Welch , with
.Kansas Manufacturing Co. ; K. L.
Sailoy , with B. D. Buford & Co. ;
Hnworth & Son , Mr. Barber , with
Ilirlin & Oirandorf ; Ed A. Blunck ,
Barry Young , E. H. Mwridon , C. S.
Blair , with J&mitor Plow works ; J.
S. Grelzer , 0. W. Hunt , M. L Hurd ,
O..Wood , witln Hurst , Ihiun it Co. ;
Rev. Thomas Martin , Dovio Harvey ;
J. .7. Vandivcr , Tom Fhvyor , with
Dcore&Co. ; AS.S. Montgomery , with
3oiy : & Co. ; J. H. Phillips , 11. H.
Daji , with Vandivor Corn Planter ;
W. J. Eaton , with I
\V. Stoddard & Co ; S.
\V. \ Croy , with Champion Planter
Do. ; ; Wallace Wheeler , Oscar Allen ,
Uaines Bros. & So. , I. M. Kendall ,
T. C ; Clark , R. Hi Foes , E. D. Vuu-
: ouit , A. A. Parsons , E. M. Wilcox ,
W. fit Mumaugh.Dan Busr , Emer
son , Talcott & Ce , Mr. Wells , with
Deer * tf. Co. ; W H. Baynor , E. A.
White , W. 0. Pliolps and Di Mulhol-
miclp with FartneraFriend' Manufac-
Is it TossibloTI
rhat.i remedy nuido of such common ,
nmplfe ] > lants ns hops , buchu , man-
Iraksdandelionetc. . , make so many
ind such marvelous and- wonderful
! ure OB Hop Bitters do ? ' It must bo ,
: or v/hen old antt' youngv rich and
loprf. pastor and doctor , lawyer and
iclitor , all testify to being cured b
, hem , wo must believe and doubt no
A Doctor Censored.
PottEditor of TIIS.BRE. .
OMAHA , Sept. UO. At 8. o'clock last
light my wife was t&Iieti sick , pro
rious to confinement with twins. ,1 ,
lent for a midtvifn , MriK. Hanson , who
i0ou arrived nnd ; remained until 5
> 'clock in the morning. Mrs. Hnn-
1011 said the uaaa would bo a dangerous.
> no and I had better at once go for
Da. Parker. I started for that physi-
: bn's house , and , ou waking him ujft
eld him of tlioicaso and what the mid-
> ifo had told mo. Ho positively re
used to gowith me , and ns the case
vas serioua lurged him : v second time ,
iut ho still refused. Finding Dr.
t'aiker determined not to go , I at ouco
itartcd after Dr. Grossman , who aioso
mmediatoly and wont with mo tomy
louse. I > r. Grossman acknowledged
he case to. be a serious ono and renamed -
named th ro two hours By Dr.
Parker's refusal to go to my house , I ,
: aino very near losing my wife , and I
hink ths- public should learn of his
sonduct. JosEi'U MONDAY ,
JJinth st. , bot. Mnrcy & Leuvcnworth.
Newly Married Couple Un
able to Secure Quarters.
A couple of rural lovers called at
the county court Thursday and ap
plied to Judge Chad wick to marry
thorn. Everything being found
straight the nuptial knot was tied as
tightly as they could wish , nnd the
newly married pair departed
bubbling . , over with happi
ness. Toward evening as the
judge sat in his office the same couple
made their appearance. Both looked
completely worn out nnd the ellervcs-
cing gush of the morning wns replaced
by an appearance of re.il worry. They
informed the judge that they had been
at the fair and. throughout * , ! io city
taking in Iho sights during
the day. They had only
boon in town since morning ,
r.nd had been so busy talking over
their loves and anticipations of hap
piness that it never occurred to them
to seek quarters for the night. As
the shades of eve ' wore fall
ing it suddenly struck thorn
botli and they 'began to
search for a room. They were unable
to find a single apartment anywhere.
In their distress they again called upon
the judge who had married them.
Ho directed them to Mr. Alien , secre
tary of the board of trade , who doubtless -
loss secured thorn proper quarters , for
nothing further was heard from them.
DYING BV INCHES.
Very otton wo BOO n person sulFor-
ing from some form of kidney com
plaint and is gradually dying by
inches. This no longer need to bo so ,
for Electric Bittois will positively
euro Bright's disease , or any disease of
the kidneys oruriniary organs. They
are especially adapted to this class of
diseases , noting directly on _ the
Stomach nnd Liver at the same time ,
and will speedily euro whcro ovoiy
other remedy has failed. Bold at
fifty cents a bottle , by Ish & Mo-
Million , ' ( S
Williamvllllton-On Sei > t. 8 , nt the
residence of Col. F. Oast , West Uirkeley ,
Cat , by llov. G. D. Pinnea , Mr. Henry
WUHutiiH. of Llvermore , Oal. , to Mrs.
Hilton , uf Oakland , Cal.
"Tho Jtovoro House Counci BlufTi
is the bofltsaecond-clas3 hotel in the
vest. " nuu'17-lm
f Harvest Homo FoUlvnl.
Bishop Clarkson h.is appointed Hun
day , September Seth , for the nnnna
"Harvest Homo Festival" for th
churches of the Diocese of Nebraska
All the churches will bo dccoratot
with fruits and flowers and grain , am
n sermon suitable to the occasion
bo preached in each by the rector
Should the president's life by spam
nnd hh recovery assured nt that dale
then it is contemplated to join witl
tlio festivities of the "Harvest Ilom
Festival" n service of thanksgiving
for Iho president's recovery. Tin
bishop earnestly requests that the
offerings on that day in nil the eon
Cfregntions should bo devoted to
dioccaoan missions and sent to Mr
Motcnlf for that object.
XOTICK AiUcrtlscmont To lx n , Kor Silo
Lost , Found , Wont * , Itcwrillr.-av &c. , will be In
urtcil In these columns one * for TON CENTS
> : r line ; rich nabecqiicnt ln crlon ! , FtVKCENTS
icr line. The lint Insertionumcr lew th n
ONiV : TO LOAN Call nt lawOfllraol D.
L. Tlionux' ) llociiiS. Crelchtcn Dlock.
O w frf \ \ A To loan al from 8 t < vlO ytr rcnl.
* 5fM/.uV.M * "n ( rood ruil cslntJsaoiirlty , by
> H. ISrtAO KOVMUDi , 1109 Tarnh-Mn Kt.
VW I.OAA At 8 jjor ccittln
' ternt In * nmsorw Ol anil
p anl < , for 3 to C-ymn , rn ftst-tlasn ! rity unil
irin proiHtty. Buns IUAI , I TAIK and Lotx
ABKSCV , U < th anil Douxla.4 Sin
A ; jo < l steady boy ,
WANTKI1 , frotu'10 to 18 Ji-irs olil. to < ork
uttorc. Cloocl Hsgcst Apj > 'y nt llco olll rj > S-l"
XrAXTEl ) AsiKvllhoiscorroonnimltillo for
VV lioi > sekcciiiry.ront not to exceed $10tr
Muitbclu rospetiablo loialllj- . \ < 1-
, Ilcu oilke. 4-t ( >
ANTKOooJiBlpirftt ] Harris k
W market. 7-10
'ANTED-Coat-asaLerat A. Marlln'tvllSO
rarnham St. 9-I'Jl
'ANTEU A girljrortlnrcst corner 14t > . - ' < : tndi
J * < .k on5.t. < MT *
'ASTCU Olrl it > n.private bonrdlng houco ,
w'ASTCU conurtUodgc , Vil-W
IJfrAA'TEn Tuo txperlencoI book solicitors
W 'or Colorado and Ut h. Address T. O ,
OK 1214 , Council I11U2 * . loww. 000 'J3T
"jTrA-NTED Board and room wllli prlv\to
| ff , family ; must be nice pleasant room and.
ct farther than 10 blc-MS from post etlleu. Ad-
nta N. , lice office. f Oi'J-tt
It r ANTED A approitiuo boy at the K\eeljl r
W Machine Works. 03736
ANTED A flrst-clns barber for stciJy
W work. App'y to'iim Cornfield , CO } 10th St.
rOTICE First-clossrc-ook wanted for rllt
h family. Ftiqu ro. at residence , boutli 101
MIIS. H. KOUNTZG. I9S > 30 *
'ANThl > A ( , 'ood drl , at Iso. til Wnlh
bt. bet. UhanilUth. 978-1 ! )
Tr ANTED Olrl
( < \ opi osltc J. J. Crown. MUS. J. JI. COONS-
bor. nt Peterson' ' !
store , E04 S , Tenth St. A German prefer-
Ii Mutt give good inference. B 9-lf
; T7"ANTED At Vator'ft restaurant , n mil , a
iiV l > oy and agooiiwalter. Oood waRts.wjll
a y..ki. UiU-tt ;
AN1KD Girl atax > l Dodge street.
ANT15D Carp-ajtccs. Apply to W.
W Canflcld llousa. . 971-10
T7"ANTED Dlnicjt om girl , at tho-Donm
f.V House , opjrasac lice oltl.e. OT4.tf
TTANTED A tinner ; steady job. flood ro-
I-V feraiccs i < > < 4ilr A A drctaY. . ( J. l.a-
ouKtte , Culbc.TtsonNeb. 07S-10
TTANTED Itcjpoctablo rmnloyiucrfc by hus-
rV band nndlh. . Address P. P. C. , lice Of-
k . 077-tf
TT ANTEI-nr M. W. HartlKan , propriotior of
fY the Mluoiul \ alloy lloller Worits , Omaha ,
eb. , four Drst-c'ass ' Ixillcr-iaakers. J o o-'hcr
ecd apply. leiJrA.ascs i aid. M. Wi HAITI
ANTED Mm to take cara o > horse * nnd
W buggy , ii. K. rorncrof Sth ami Howard.
ANTED linmcdlately ono lau.idro'tt nt the
W flinalia. House. S45-1C" .
TCTANTElV-At Victor's restaurant , n girl.
/ < V a boy and a good n alter. Good w aces Mill
u palii. 033-tf
T7"ANTK To rent , by a newly married
V ? coualo before Nov 1st , a , small ibttayc.
entrally located. Address Ho ui 11 , Crclghton
TfTANTHD To buy a Bist class re Id once
YV worth from 880W ) toJlO.liOO. Addro-s S
, Locli llox 00 , Omaha , 001-tf
'ANTED A good cool , and laundress , S. W
W toincr Uurt and lOUi St. 898 tf
ANTED Girl at 1133 North 10th bt. , 4th
w houec north of bridge. II. U. 11KOOM.
T o ovporlenced cooks , six help-
traand thlrry table w-alters , during week
f ittato fair. Enquire of D. T. MOUNT ,
S42 tf 1412 IV.rnlmm bt.
N"J'ii : ) An evpcricncid dr > goods' , ploth
J , boot ani fhoo n ilcsman. None with-
ut rood references necil apply.
SM-17 Q. ADLlilt , Scnard , Neb.
A.N'IKD Uood cooK at the Oecidental
w hotel. 821-tf
TTANTED Fundlnir bridge and school bonds.
[ V II. T. Clark , Uclle\uc. 20-tf
FOR HENT HOUSES AND LAND.
71011 KENT A cottage with flio rooms , cellar.
1 hard ami colt water&t )1& per month ; 822
OUth Ifth St. E-17'
; \OU \ ftAljri Three hun red tors Icofor talc
Enquire of J. F. 11EEH , LoUan , Iowa.
IlfcNT Good home , 10 rooms and $ ' 00
world of furniture there In for sale. Apply
o 8. T. Peterson , lloal Eitaio Agent , S. E. Cor.
6th and Douglas St. OSI-tf
TmUKNISllEf ) ItOOMS-Lodging fora few per-
JJ ton" at 1717 Cumlngs , bet. 17th and Ibtli St. ,
1J door wcbt of Htli S . , on Howard St.
T7IOU 11ENT. Furnished rooms 1th or with-
Jj out boartl. Norlli-wcut corner llth anil
Jackson Stu. ! * *
HEN Furnished ilttinir roon. and b'd
FOIt , cheap : with board if piefcrred , HOd
rjlOH HhNT Ju t nniihcdino tlnt-cl.m two-
U etoiy brl"k housun , 8 und U rooms , stable
nil cemented cellarj ; f 10 mouthy in advance ,
W.JI. liUSHMAN , H. E. corner Ittli and Doug
BKNT Ntw brck store on loth St. , be
EOIl Farnhaui ar.d Howard , $45 per month.
POMf _ B. LEHMAN.
" 71011 KENT S f urn Mif J room * over Mej-
h ohnnts' Kxeban.-e.N. K. ccr. 10th and Dodg-t
ire-eU. 2itl >
_ , _
011 JIKNT Ono room with board , 180S Call-
F ' fornla Btreet. 736-tf
BENT Elegant furnished rooms. Iteiww
EOU 1'rleci , brick home. t013Cas ! Ht. t.a tt
[ 71011 BALE A farm of eighty acres , In vrod
L reiulr , good home , 2 x30 and cl 14x10.
tiuallorchard ol bearing tree * . Ono niilo south
olOnawaClty , lowa.onS. O.iP. H. It. Will
L'ho tlnioon part K wished. AilJrui F. IV Scars ,
Oinalia , Nsb. al dtfi24w4l
7\UH BALE About 300 cubic yards of dirt ,
] < southea t corner iWth and Cum ng. liuju ro
of 1'UA.NK SASSrilOM. 615 north lUtti street.
171011 SALE Two good horses nd two ceeond
Jj land bujglet Apply at 1671 North 16th bt.
TtUH BALi : Important to flockmastcrs , &c. ,
F Ihu UMro blooJid Scotch Colhu pups Z
uonths old. for nait > ; luotlitr 3 month * ftom
Scotland. Apply to John 13ell , bttw eeu lith nnd
ISth , Cam strut alley. 973-ltT
ALK OK nlHM > INO-ScVcd prPitoJ-vli
S < lie ilc of Co s StmtSchool l building ,
Handing at Hi * corner f 16th Mid Ca tlrcct ,
will lie received br th6tmder lgnodmilll2o'clock
11 m. Monday , Sent n her l th , 1SS1 , CltAtll.KS
CONOYEIt , Umlrman Com. on HulldlngB nnd
i'rtp. _ _ MS-IT _
cows , CAI.VIS AND HULLS roit
JKinnv One t otmiiili-lirrtt , tcrcy luill 3
yoirs olil In flrB'l.va condition , oiielmlto
nionllii old , one heifer IRinoiithsnhl. ( In calf ) .
Thonbovoarc roghUrrJ. Also 3 high grndo
Jersey > with holfercMvM , nil In no < l rondl *
Uon nml Riling mill : nt UiUihto Any or nil of
tlio abov e cattlovvlll ho sollnt tcvior ti1o ptlrcs.
Address or call on the nb c Ihernnd ncotlilH
line Mock. H. A. WILLIAMS Uhnnimd , JIIIU
Co. , Iowa. U7S-10
iTic _ _ . . . .
I' worm rcwnolr , al fitwo retinues on Capitol
llVit. Add. ASIWKWIIIKVINS. 13WJ Doiurlw St.
"T7IOIISAL12 A large , coinnioiKou , ncntKiv
L1 story houco with well ! food Joea'lon , near
liorso cart , full lc with trees , vi oil , cMcrn. etc.
Terms reasonable. Euiinlru o' 1' , W. I'.oe , liliu
} . , bet. Charlcaikei ) Suward Sti. 027-2 *
KICK It SALK.
B - 03-tf * COK.
R SA'.B-A R nl1 cnelno , 11. W. 1'Ayuo k
Son's iml < c. In uerfett osdcr. Iniinire nt II.
J Clarlijf Co. _ 30-tf
TpOU SAIiH A fjiin'of ponies , bujrjj vid hnr *
L1 nw ; ImiBy a niOMt new. App'jr nt thd
L'nlnbnhn Saloon , U. l/Miltx-k , IGtli .St. Tdt-tf
SALE Ucasournl liiriiituroot
FOK a low not lC09lnbal.lt.inU , IncUte
of NtkrasAa ; ItMSt bcij ) ; the trntcllnp men's r *
ort. Inquire at lIKColflcc. 2IS-tf
TlOR SiVtE MRJIS ot tv nsla aiil Sarpy
M tlcj. A. lOSlWA'riKlC20Pttrnhainf ! : : ct.vct
171011 SA-f.E Ntit house mid full lot , 12 bloriis
[ J f mm ? , t > . ixt 1)00. ) . > ' i w I. . JtcCAO UK ,
nz-ir Op ) ) . 1'oatolllcc.
I710U SAfiE KIno stock fnrtn o ( 400 nirr ?
1 joe < Pioij ! i' , ratlin hci ) , . orchard &c. , with
n easy iOT < h of mllroad. I'riif , fifiOO , mr
line at K ? JOHN L. McaAOL'i : , ( > i > p. i'o.iS
Hike. _ _ tan-tf
SAJ < it Neat cottnRO unl I'ood lot ad
FOIt > . VJliy L. 1KUAUUB Opt ) . 1' . O.
AND LAND UCIMS nuts hou w ,
HOUSUS ) , he-tell , farina , lota ; lands , otflcctr
rooms , etc , Sir 1st page ,
Good house with fsur rooma and
JOUSALK : r < oi il)13 ) Dodzo between 2tli ( ) an.l
iTtli street. Gcod well and shad j trees ; lieu u In
; oed condition , Inquire on premises. 231-tf
1'ira.solg repaired by H.
SCItim1 llth and Fanmm tin. 780tf
FOUND A ilmft. Inquire at lJlc t Western
Brewery , 2r * and inumiitf St. 2-10'
OST A blacji and leather boui.d note book.
I J containing tw t notci , ono Sfc SV ) and thw
> tlicrJ500nnd-it\va ty-thrca dollkrt in cash.
Finder will plcrca Jc voat the IlcctxTkc and re-
: ehorewarij ! 1-lfl *
" OST Abunih-of krji ) Fintlkn will
_ t leax c at the \\u-t ollko and rccMjo rcuanl.
TIUIINISHEI ) BOOMS-Keason ae rates at
1 1717 CuinlDi i bet. 17tiand ) Uilistrco'p.
TIOKTUNE TE ! LEU AND MHUIUM Mre.
J Eliza tells r st , | recent and 'titure In loic
id all affair * , bho ree ils the deepest secrets of
tt I'cart. bho pos-icsscH the mnj iMiu power to
illlll all } our niahea. Call at No. corner 16ta
ind Chicago strt t. .
IAAKEN Ul' Sept. 13th , blacX horse with
L harncsi on. Uivncrcan > : et It i& 1418 nortl *
. .h and pay costs. A' . PE1 CUSl'.N.
" OST A pair of gold bowed spostaclcs nt tha
_ J U. 1' . depot. Finder please return to Markcl
b \\obe and rco Ue liberal rcnar.il IWO-1B *
lIIU ) > STORE Has for-f 1o all Kinds
DMAIIA trjaiul Domestic H'nla , also lilnl
"anclcry KOO IS at 103 South IGtlu St. , between
I DcJe. |
JfOll HAY lidivi : > llio received
PROPOSALS Icrsljfncd until neon , S pto ber
! 6th , 1S31 , for2'J tons of hay , tel * delivered to
ho Mall CirrkiM of the On aha jx > s ollice , the
aid hay to boliluo stem. inld < llnc ! : arse and of
iho very best lyiaUty. JOSUI'll JUOHUAL ,
SentlO-d'2t4.- . Oiniha Fostolllce.
PIUVATK ISSTUUCTIONS In- French , dc -
1. man , Greek and Lotm. Srof. Henry W.
Jcok , 161C CaJfornta St 000-oc8
Kills has rattllnj ; loni ; listH of hnusos , lots
B lands arid farm * for sale Call and gefc
plAM. A'l MUa. D. K. OLAUKE'S No. 1 Hoard
( _ J Inif House , cor. 13th and iJoilzu Sta.
nthc city. "
P KMIS' Ul LFATATE IJOO-M. b c Ibt page.
rT "TTflMvIE Manufactory ofiiipcr
. JJ. VV boxen , 14CU Farnham street.
Jilittlia. Neb. n22w&tt
. cii or udJress Potter " 1'i.lincr , , ,0 South
0AM. street Council lU'iifr , loua , for rail-
o.vd tk-'iets cast , west , iiortband bouth. C'hlrait >
ilO.OO JloundtripSlO.CO Enrv ticket uax-
inteed&nd tickets bought , ecld and cxchan etl
au ' 17-liu
: TCLLHIl AND JIKUIUJI ilre ,
ElOOTUNi ' past prescjit , and future In love
ind nil affairs. She rev coin the deepest feecrats
: hc heart , bho posses th * magnetic power to ful
111 all your \\Uhcs. toll at No. 1010 Chicago
itreet , near 10th. au lU-tt
OFJIIS1 NEW CITY MAPri,25c. Soolst paz
'IIAKEN ' OP A red cow. Owner can hiio thor
r name bj pravln ; ; property aud paying
: harffc . FKANXIS IlOUll S , Saundjra ana
JrneeSt' . auiltwcdst
EJ1IS' KIIAL ESTATE EXC11ANQE. S
[ til KKE or four young men can bu accommoda-
L. ted with board , licfercnccs exchanged. Ap-
y 4011 Cain t-trcct , 4th door west of 2uth St. ,
r address Uox SJ7 , poatolUa ) . 343 vt
2tir nd Chicnto
. streets , is rcnily to bore or deepen wtJlB.
Reading and Elocution
JULIA E HARDBNBEBGH.
Voice Training , Private Lessons and
2011 Cues Street , between 0 and 21st.
EDWAED KUEHL ,
IAOISTEU OF PAI.MYSTF.RY AND CONDI-
10NALIMT , 4U3 Tenth Street , nu ceil rarnham
ndllaincy. Will , with too aid of guardian
liiltu , olitaln lor any one n clanco at thn put
nd present , and on certain conditions In tlio fu
me. Hoots and Shoes made to order. Perfect
eatl fJttlon iruariiiib nt. au26.1m
Made from Grape Cream Tartar , No other
rpatlon inakcn inch light , flaky hot breads.
usurious pantry. Can lia ratcn by UjtpcpUe
nltrout fe-ar ol thullU re.uUIng from heavy Indl
ire tlbl food. Sal i or-v In raafc , bv all ( ! rw trs
IIOVAL IJAKIKOJI'OWUKU CO
0. F. Goodman. * .
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