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THE OMAHA DAILY BE& THURSDAY OCTOBER 0 , 188 ]
Some Proceilont * for tlio Comln
Spoolnl i Session.
AVe herewith fuiimh goniopuitinun
u\tmcs ! ftoni tlio Congi ossioiml Globe
ho\unir the pmctipo of the Bunnto i
rcguidto HUcnring in now iiicmlmi
when tlmt body hns licun without
l > icsidini ; oflicor. Tlio net of Junu 1
178 ! ) . nays : 'Tho < uth of ollko slml
lie iiuinlnisturcd liy the jiiesidccnt o
tlio KL'iuto to c.ich now suimtnr \ \ ] \
shall huiiiTiftor he elected pie\ionst
his taking his sent. " The law is cle.n
ly niniidntory whim the sunnto has i
prosidout , but \\hunit has not , ant
nou- senators mo waiting to 1 >
swoin in , thu qm > stion atises
what is to l ) done ? In tin- only tw <
such instances which ha\e thu
far Riisou the senate has without one
diRscntingoico tio.itod thu law o
1787 as inapplicable to the C.IHO ii
hand and had the senior senators pies
out swoiir in the waitini ; sonntois. 1i
the tiist C.HO cited below the inoinbo
( looted aa president JHO tenipoie hni
lust to lie swoin in as u senator. 3) )
the other case , which is exactly p.ir.il
Icl with the picsunt sittvitioit , the sen
ate postponed the election of : i piesi
dent pro tumpoio until a new soimtoi
from South Caiolin.i hud been swon
and admitted to p.uticipato in tlio
roiisn ssioml ( ilobc , Vol. 9 , pvo 211.
ix SIIXATI : .
Titup.sinv , Muich 4 , 1811.
At 11 o'clock the Sonito was called
to older by Mi1. Dickens , its Sceio
Mr. D.iy.ud s.iid tint it would lie
> fcollected tint on Tuesday last Him
Win. H , King was olectcil Prpsident
pie torn. , but the fact that Mr. King's
term of seivieo expired With the cluso
of List session was oveiluokcd , and , in
eider to ohvLitu thu dilliculty , ho
\\ould submit the following resolution
for the consideration of the Senate :
Resolved , That the oath of ollicobe
iulniiiiistcied to the Hon. Win. R.
King , a Senator olcct fioiu the St.ito
of Alabama , by the Hon. Henry Ol.iy ,
and that ha bo and is hcieby chosen
President pro tem. of the Senate.
The resolution w.is unanimously
ngieed to , and Mr. King having been
qu.ililind , took his scat as president
pi o tem. of the Senate.
Coiiri.sioml Globe , S ol. 29 , piso S ) .
MONDAY , December 20 , 1852.
Ti.iyer by the Rev. 0. M. Butler.
Mi. Boll , of Toiinossuo a } > peaiod in
bis .si'.it this morning.
i-UESiDE.sr or Tin : uuxui : .
Tlie Secietaiy The Senate will
please come to order. With the pel-
mission of the Senate I will lead a
letter addiesscd to me by the Hon.
Mt. King , president of the Senate :
WASHINGTON CITY , Doc. 20 , 1852.
You will oblige mo by laying before
the Senate my letter of icsignation as
piesiding oflicer of that body.
WILLIAM R. KIMI.
Anbury Dickens , Secretary ol tlio fonate.
Tlio letter of icsignation is as follow
WASHINGTON CITY , Dec. 20 , 1852.
SEXATOIU : The feeble state of my
health lendeis mo unable to discharge
the duties of president pro torn. Ac
cept , I beg you , jny icsignation of the
honorable position in which you ha\u
with no much unanimity placed me.
In taking leave of you , senators ,
peimit mo to express my grateful ac
knowledgments for your uniform perso
nal kindness and the generous suppoit
you have never failed to give me in
r'X my efforts to piesorvo older and en-
f 01 co the pailiamcntvry law. May n
meieiful Piovidenco pieseneto each
of you -the greatest of all eaithly bles
With the highest icspect and utf-
1 am your obedient sonant ,
I'ltKUbNTIALS OF Mil. DE .SAUhsUUB.
Mr. Butler Mr. Seciotaiy , I hope
that by unanimous iwiscnt I may be
' allowed to oiiei the following icsolu-
'X tion :
Itosohod , That the oath presciibed
by law bo administeied to the Hon.
William F. Do S.iussuiu as senator
f loin the state of South C.tiolina by
the Hon. John Davis.
i hold my colleague's credentials in
my hand and I hope the senate will
allow him to be swoin in. I should
not oiler the icsolution but that I
have a picccdent for it , mid that pie-
eedont is the case of Mr. King w hen
ho made his first appearance hero and
there was no vicc-picsident. I find it
upon the Journal in this way :
Mr. Burnt d submitted the follow
ing motion , which was considered by
unanimous consent and agreed to :
"Resolved , That the oath of office
bo administeied to the Hon. William
R , King , u senatoielect from the
.stuto of Alabama , by the lion. Homy
The Secretary With the consent of
the senate I will read the ciedontials
which have been presented by the
senator fiom South Carolina.
The credentials woio read. They
.sot forth that Hon. > Vlliinm F. Do
Saussuro was , on the 29th of Novem
ber , 1852 , elected by the legislature of
South Carolina a sunator in the con-
.giess of the United States to fill the
nnoxpiiod term of the Hon. R. JJ.
Rhott , lesigned , being until the 4th
of March , 1852.
The resolution offered by Mr. But
ler was ngroed to , and the oath pre
scribed by law having been adminis
tered by the Hon. John Davis , Mr.
Do Saussuro took his scat in the Sen
OK TIIK HENATE.
On motion of Mr , Blight , by unan
imous consent , it was
Resolved , That the Hon. David Hi
Atchixon bo appointed President of
the Senate pro tem.
Murnt Halitead'a Important State
President Garflcld told the writer
of these lines Thursday night , July
5(0 ( , that lilaino had icmuinud scru
pulously within the line of his duties
and had not interfered with other do-
pailmuiitn : thut ho ( the president ) was
responsible "for the things Blaine waa
blamed for naming as one of those
things , the appointment of Judge
Robertson to bo collector of NO.W
York. Blaine has done much , as
President Arthur knows , to plcaso the
business men of the country and
largely advanced the utilities of his
department in general estimation ,
Ho 1ms also n great share of the pub
lic good-nil ! and Affection nrouscd
by thosuHeiingsof I'lOsidcnlOailield ,
and ho twice had in national icpubli-
c.Oi conventions a majority of the
M > tcs from lenublican distiiets. Wo
do not know tlmt Mr. Blaine desires
to lemain sccrctmy of state , but wo
aiosurothat if theiocio appear-
juices presently that ho was "bounced"
for the reason that ho was too thor
oughly for Garfield , ho would hiuo
o\erwhelming power in the republican
p.uty. If the administration should
put him into the opposition , I would
nominate him for the succession.
Thcrefoio , in selecting a first-rate
cabinet , wo tiust it will not bo foi-
gottou by the picsidont that Mr.
lihino is an uligiblo secretary of state ,
and tint he has gained as much in
popular estimation in the last siv
months as anybody hns lost.
Description of the Methods of
Homo of Our Distinguished
The senate is soon to meet again ,
and the expected piesenco of the
Bolons hole inspiies us to say that
theio tire very few men in either
house of eongiess who speak upon any
impoitant measino without having
made the most elaborate pieparation.
The libr.uy is ramuckcd for books , old
new spaper iile.s aio brought ft om theii
nooks , and coids of pajiur aio used ii
taking notes. These notes are tillec
out , put in older , and then you have
i set speech.
David Davis poilmps , moio than any
ither senator , indulges in manusciipt ,
[ ireparing ovou a iivo-ininute spovel
nilh ifieat caio. This is his intlexi
ilb uile , and has been since ho en-
: ered public life. After ho delivers
lis speeches , or rathei after ho loads
: hum , ho hands his manusciipt to Mr ,
Muiphy , the ncnate stenogniplior , wh
sends it to the government piinting
> IHe. The compositois never have
my anathemas for the judge's wut
ng , which is huge , distinct and full of
Edmunds never used notes , am
nice a speech is out of his mouth ho
locsn't bothe.i his head about it. Dui-
ng all the years ho has been in the
Senate helms not roused a single
speech. Ho turns everything in his
nind bcfoiehand , and never rises to
uldiess the Senate without having
\oighcd in the scales of his great mint
vhat be intends s.ijing.
Ben Hill will speak for three bom's
vithni.it using a scrap of paper. The
ml ) ' picpiration ho makes is matking
efeiences or passages in this book 01
hat. 1 have seen him time and again
hundcr away for two horns without
topping e\en for a glass of water. Ho
evises his speeches , how oxer , makes
dditions and collections in a clear
land , much like that of u college boy ,
lid gives the punters little trouble
\ith his proof. Hill has an astound-
ng memory , and no man in public
ife , except Edmunds , has such im-
witurbability. The only man who
ould well woiry Hill 01 excite his
\ rath in debate was the late Matt
J.uponter. How it tickled Cat pouter
o but some adroit question at the
icoigiaii and get him confused-u
laid thing to do at any time-but
Jaipenter often succeeded. And it
\as more the icsult of an iuetistiblo
noponsity for fun than any thing else ,
or never was man who had less malice
lian Matt Carpenter. Ho had u heart
s big as a mountain. He was ox-
eedingly particular about his speeches
vhen they weie upon legal questions.
After ho got the pioof from the fore-
inn of The Record ho would hack it
0 pieces , get a second , and tie.it it
1 like mannci. His w lit ing was
li.u-acterestic , haul to read a lollick-
ig , haium-scarum soit of a fist and
study to the printers. Ho used to
ty , "The shoitestioad is the best
hen you'io in a hmry ; " and , though
10 could write a fine , full , round
and , he tlashcd oil everything at a
Another Senator who , like Ed-
nnulH , novel lovised a .speech was
'huumin. Occasiondly he spoke
lorn manusciipt , but the stenographer
> ok down every woul he said , as the
Id gentleman would foiget his maim-
ciipt and diift into extemporary el < -
nonce. Thurman , though never u
racoful speaker , was always foicible.
lo was , beyond all doubt , the ablest
f the Democrats , and their leader
lorn the time ho entered the Senate ,
Bayaul woiks haid at his speeches ,
i id though ho writes them out and
) llo\vshis manusciipt closely , he 10-
ises after pi oof is taken. He makes
ow changes , however , but holds thereof
roof very often iinti 2 o'clock in the
lorning , ns ho spemh his evenings
cnorally in social circles. Ho is a
oed penman , wiiting a medium-si ed
Lamar is u gieat levisor , cuts proofs
ito taitors , wiiles u honihlo hand ,
id tries the soul of a printer , Occa-
onallyho goes down to the Govern-
lent Viinting-Ofiico to look after his
touches , whicli. w'hcn published , are
istly dilfeient fiom the stenographer's
cixii t of them.
Senator Colliding seldom made a
oiiection of his utterances in the sen-
ko chamber. lie is perhaps the best
xtcmporancoiis speaker in the United
tate , and oven his remarks in run-
ing debate are splendid indices of
reut ability. During the extra scs-
oii of the Foity-si\th confess he do-
vered a speech unon the aimyap-
iromiation bill without note , panors ,
ook or icfoienco of any kind. When
10 vico-picsidont announced "tho
enator from Now Yoik , " up rose the
ately foim of Roscoe Conkling.
fever bcfoto or since had senator
uch an audience. Ho spoke for four
ouis. Befoio the adjournment of
10 senate 150,000 copies of his speech
ad been subscribed for. Every piint-
ig establishment in Washington sent
> the senator its lowest estimate. In
very short time Oyster , ono of the
est living typos and foi eman of The
ongrcssional Record , had the pi oof
f the gloat speech leady. Ho took
up to NVoimloy's about 0 o'clock in
10 morning and nskod for Senator
( inkling. "Ho is.not up yet , " said
10 private societaiy ; ' "tho senator
ie.t ! < fustft about 11 ; however , as you
re in a liuny and want to see him
txmt the speech , I shall call him. "
Tell Mr. Oyster to coma Jn nil ! howe
o you do , Mr. Oystorf" and Lord
hesterliold never wus-moro polite
mh was Conkling in his nightshiit.
ftor nibbing his eyes ho looked at
10 pi oof , mudo u fun' clmngos , ami
struck out the "Hon. " liofoto "Hos-
coo Conklhu . " You \vill never see it
luofixed to his imtno in any speech in
tended for general distiibution. After
ho .received the siieech ho wrote Ins
thanks very kind ! ) to Foreman Oya-
tei , ns follow a :
( JNITKU STATES SKXATK CUAMIIKII ,
May 7 , 1870.--MY D.HU Sin : I beg
vnu to leceivo my thanks for the
\iound \ speech , and for your kindness
throughout. Inmglad tolmvemndu
your acqn intnncp , and trust 1 may
know you better in fiitiuo. Curdiilly
"E. W. OVSTKII , Koq. "
"UoscuK COXKLINO. "
Of nil the Senators Conkling elites
the best hand largo , easy , graceful ,
and legible , His signature , however ,
would uo a study to nny one not ae
on tinted with it
7Fhopiosont secretary ot State ,
when a member of the Semite , used to
lookearefullyaftor his speeches , which ,
for the must pal t , were mudo from
"headings. " Piobably thcro never
was in the United States Sunato a limn
who needed less pro ] > aiation than
James G. Ul.nno. lie is infallible in
history and impregnable in debate.
His memory of facts and faces is ab
solutely wondeiful He can begin
with William the Conqnuior and givi
you thu ninio of every soxomgno
England down to Yictmia. with tin
dates of their toigns. Now and thei
the Senator would give his persona
attention to the punting of a speech
Ono moining Oyster found him ousilj
at woik "cutting up copy" for tin
pi inter * . "Hello , Oyster , I'm nhca <
of jou. See , -I'm dividing copy.1
"Yc'.s , Senator , 1 see you'ie ahiiul o
mo ; but I went homo only six hour"
ago , and shall bo hero sixteen cense
eiitivo houi.s " "Well , I- know il'i
haul woik , Oyster. I've boon at it
and know what night woik means. "
"Voorhees piop.ueshis speeches care
fully and lovises moderately. Ho in
one of the few , veiy few , men win
use manusciipt in such a w.iy that no :
a single onitoiical grace is diiuinishei
thereby. Whether this is because ho
commits his speech well to mummy 01
not wo never could tell. We rathci
think ho does. But , with or withoiil
manusciipt , Voorhees is an oiator ni
the first .school. Asa iiile , the verj
night of manuseiipt in the hands of :
speaker is enough to nerv o ono for i
bora. Demosthenes was light whei
he said : "Oratory is delivery deliv
ery delivoiy ; " and delivery is killer
Jones , of Florida , always a haul
student , labors diligently at a sel
speech. Ho is passionately fond ol
Edmund Burke , and knows his woiks
as wo ne\er knew any other to know
them. Ho has a memory equal to
Blaino's or Ben Hill's , and time and
again have we heat d him lopeat page
after page of Biuko'.s immoital
speeches. It is the same with the
speeches of Phillips , Giattan , Curran ,
and O'Connell. Jones is a veiy able
man. His democracy is u\tremo , but
out of politics ho is one of the best
fellows the woild over.
Davis of West Nirginia , though an
old member of the senate , has made
but ono speech on ugriciiltuio. It
w.is punted exactly us it was wiitten.
Hi icmaiks aio left to the tender
mcicics of tlio stenographer.
Beck , Davis1 colleague on the com
mittee of appropriations , is the most
rapid talker in cither House or Con
gress. Well for him that the Senate
has such a stenographer as Denis Mur
phy , whoso hand tiavols over paper
like lightning. Wo doubt if his equal
could be found anywhuic. Beck is an
untiring worker , has the constitution
of a Kentucky race horse , and no
amount of labor is too heavy for him.
He is not much of a iciser , going on
the piinciplo of Pontius Pilate quod
seiipsi , sciipsi. Ho is as blunt as Joey
Bagstock and as good imtmuil as
Mail ; Taploy. As theio aio "no
leaves to pi hit" in the Senate , no Sen
ator can publish a speech without hav
ing at least read it fiom manusciipt.
The fiist p.igo of the Daily Itccoid is
tjuito a dcsidoiatum as the phico-to air
the title of a speech and umny a gra\
Senator who would willingly .sit at the
und of McGicgor'.s table is loth to
liavo his speech hidden in the middle
> f the Itecoid. Inirn to attack
Solomon's theoiy about vanity !
51ns of the Fathers Visited on the
Physicians say tlmt scrofulous ta'nt can
not bo cracicntcd ; we deny it "in tato. " If
ymK'i ' thiou h a thorough conrno of Bun-
DOCK Utooo UlTThlts , your blocil will get
is pure as you can wi ti. I'ricu Sl.OO , trial
ilzo 10 cents. Soillw
The Croolcod Course of Love-
Jharlebton ( S. C. ) Courier.
Five ycais ago a mnideii fair , whoso
lomo was at a little town near Macon ,
JH. , anxiously awaited an important
etter fiom her absent liner. Day
: iasscd wearily. The sighing lass
munted the postoilice , but the pimt-
nastei's face always bore that look of
ixaspoiiitingquiotudo common to these
'loin whom uxpccted things never
: oine. The maiden thought that her
icart would hicuk , for she leali ed at
ast that her lover was faithless. The
iceno shifts. It is September , 1781.
[ n Macon dwells the same lady , but
iho is now a happy wife with twpchil-
Iren. She has forgotten the faithless
jno of her days of wo. She thoio-
° oio is suiprised when fiom the town
if her youth theio comes a letter
icaiing us a Hupeisciiption to her
naiden name thut derived from her
uisband. An accoin ] > anying note from
: ho postmaster explains that in tear-
ng away some of the boaids of a let-
er-ease the missive was found. The
mvelopo is pofltmiirkeil " 1870. ' ' Tlio
ady spanks the baby to keep it quiet
, vhilo she eagerly devours the con-
ents. "Heavens/ / is fiom John ! "
, vho proposes in glowing wotds and
jogs for u kind toply. The lady'n
uisband also cnioys the letter , und out
if cuiiosty communicates with iela-
.ives of thu foimer lover , It is learned
Imt ho is u hapj > y Chicago packer ,
, v ith u wife and tin DO sons ,
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Mfostllnoeonncctlnp ; Iliofrroftt Jictropoll * , CIII-
( MOO , and the KATM.RV , Nosrii-BAnKnt , Sotiril
and SoniM'-AstuRS LINKS , ulilch tcrnilimlotlirrc ,
with KANMI Citr , l.xAVRiuoiitii , ATCIIISON ,
Coixni , llurr nnd OMAHA , tlio Cokixxnciu
"R.MHI from Mhlch
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
thUpmctmtoJ the Continent from the Missouri
Ith cr to tlio I'aciHo H10 | o , The
OH10AGO ROOIC ISLAND it PA-
> the only line from ChlmffO owntiur true * Into
nnoAorwldcli , by 11 own rood , reichos the
xliit < nl > oio n uir > il. No riiAMininii ? T CAnni enl
No MIJIIINO rosf. POTIONS I No huitdllnir In III-
tontllatnl orunclrin cam , M ctcry ivuwcnirrr Is
carried In roomy , doati and icntlhtod coached
upon Vial IXpromTtnlnii.
HAT CMIB ot unriMvlcd miRnlflconco , PIIU.MAI
PALACE SLRRnva CAR . and euro u world fvuoui
DiKivn CAKH , iiiKin hleh mrt1 are sencd ol tin *
furi1'1'1' ! oxrcllvmr , at the Ion into of Hnvitvtr.
KINX ffsis men , ulthniniilo tlmofor hftlthfiil
riironiili Part lictween Chlrvro , P x > tla , Mil
inlio anil Mlv-ouri lll er Polntnj and Uoio con
mil Ion * at nil points of Intorbcaion with other
We ticket ( do not forget thUdlrectl. ) > to e\t\
phcu of lniK ] > rUtuco In Knnwvi. Nebraska , Ithck
III1UV.oinliig , Utah , Idaho , Xmaila , CnllfornU ,
\VishlnirtoiiTflrrltorj , Colorado , Arizona
and .Vow I1 .lco. I
As llbenl nrruivcincnts rrir Mtnir biurpwo a
nny other line , nnd riti-iot faronlnayK lui o\v ta
cumputltura , who furnish but a tltho ot the toin-
Does and Ucklo of ] < ortsnicn free.
Tlcltets , luapn nnd folders at all prlncl | l
olt.u.i . In tlio Unlt l SUte-s and Onnalx
H. H. CAIlt.i : , It ST. JOHN ,
Vlco Pros't & ( Sen. Oeu. Tkt and PWr AC
Manager , Clilcaco Cnlcnvro ,
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880.
KANSAS 011 %
SUoeft Council Bluffs
u nm OKLT
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
Prom Omaha and the West.
No change ol can IK twwn Onuvha anil t > . i/oulr ,
nJ but ono lutnwn OMAHA lad
EASTKHN AND WKHTE11N CITIES Hh LESS
ia and IN ADVANCKol AIJj ,
Ti6 ! tntlro linn Ii v < iui | < pctllth Ptillm 'a
Pivlaco Slociilnc Qvrs , Palace iHy C'o.ichof , Miller's
Safety riatfoini tiiul Coujilcr , and the celebrated
JtiTSoo that vour fil.ct rants VIA nANSA3
Cm" , ST. JO8KPII ft COUNCIL BLUFFS Kail-
road , \ln St. Joseph and fat. l < ouls.
TlcUas lor sale at all coujion atixtlona In thr
West. J. T. IIAUNAUD ,
A C. DAWES , den. Bunt. , bt. Joseph , Mo ]
Oon. Pass. Mid Ticket Agl. , St. Joseph , Mo.
ANDY JlORUPN , Ticket Ak'Cllt ,
1020 Parnham street.
A. n. UiluiARn acnoral Agent ,
OMAHA. NP !
Sioux Gity Js Pacific
St. Paul &Tsioux City1" '
TIIK OLD RELIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE
3LO0 MILES SIIOUTEU HOUTK 1OO
TO ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
4ULUTII OR IIISMARCK ,
and all points In Northern Iowa , Minnesota anil
Dakota. This line Is cqiiiiijHMl w tli the Improi oil
\VcntliiRhouic Antoumtlc Alr-brako &nil lllllor
Platform Conplu and Duller : and for
BPECD. SAKKTY AND COMFORT
IB unaurrasHcd. Klcirnnt lra\Mn ( ? Itoom n
Sleeping Cars , o n l and controllu < l by the com
nany , run \VIT"OUTClIANQElioUeoii
Union Patlllo Tr inafcr uopot at Council liluffn ,
and ht. Paul.
Tralim luaio Union Pacific Transfer depot a
Council Ulufls at 6:1B : p. in. , reaching Sioux Citj
atlO.'JO .111. and bt. Paul at 11:05 : a. in. maklin ;
TEN HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANYJOTHER
Returning , leave St. Paul at 8:30 : p. in. , arriving
i bloux City 4,15 a. in. , and Union PaclflcTrana
t jdcpot , Uountll llliiUfl , at 0 50 a. in. IIo
at } our tlikeU raid via "S. C. It P. H. R. '
F. C. HILLS , hiirx-rlntcndent ,
T. E. ROBINSON , Missouri \alloy , la.
Anst. Go Pass. Agent.
J. H , 0'IIIU AN , Paiwagcr Agent.
Onuncll Illiifld. rnwi.
Geo. P. Bemis
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
I6th and Dodca 8ti. , Omaha , Neb.
Till ) agency aoos BTRICTLT& brokcrauo business.
DOCK not | > cculato , anil thcreforo any harvalni
on Ha books arc liwircd to Ita patrons , Inttead
of bitlnir L'olililoil un by tlio ayent
St-ito ol Nebraska , Douulas County c
At a Con n t > Court , held at the County Court
lloom , In anil ( or wild County , Kept. 2rd ! ,
A. ) > . IbSl. 1'rcscnt , A. 11. CIIADWICK ,
In the inittir oj the adoption of JcnnloKjiui.
On rcailin ; ; and f.llii tlio petition of Atwmtun
anil Dell Carey , praylni ; that they maj ho allow
oil to adopt aUIJc'iinlo Uiin , and tlio jirtltloii
and Btatcinuiit of Ilonr.nndhiim . Htan. parents
of mid child that suld Aurfuntuu and Dtll Carey
mo j lie ] > t rmltud no to da and > oluntarll > ri-llii-
iulhliliiif | nil claim to raid child
Ordered , That Outobcr l.'nil , A. I ) . 1881 , at
10 o'clttck a , in , in iiiBUntd for hearing sMd poll.
tlon , when all pLrnous Intirentod In lulil matter
may appear nt a County Court to ho held , In and
for mid CoiinU , and i-liow laiino uliy the prajcr
of petltlonor bliould not bo irranUil , and that no
tice of pendency of nad ! petition and the hearing
thereof , bo ( 'U CM to all pentonn Interested In Ham
matter , by puMlihliiK a copy of tliisordcrln Tim
OMAHA \V > KKIV HKB , ancMnpapcrprlnUil In Bald
County , for three eucccwhevuukn. . iirlor to > ald
day of hearinif A. M , CIIADWICK ,
se23wit : fVinnty Juilira'
BOGGS & HILL ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 1608 Fnruhom Street ,
Ornci Nor h tide ODD , Or and Central Hotel.
John G. Jacobs ,
( Formerly of Olihjc Jacobs , )
No. lOParnhamSt. , Old Brand of Jacob alt.
THE GREAT WESTERN
OEO. R. RATHDUN , Principal ,
Crcighton Block ,
11AIIA , NKIIRASKA.
tot Clrc.nl r. nov.Mdtwtl
lOU. K , CLAUIiUON , J. O , MUST
Clarlcson & . Hunt ,
Bucccsfirrx in Itlchanlt ti Hunt ,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
B ) U&Strwt Om tm Neb ,
THIS ? NTTiT AWB C JttRECT MAP
w J-'rtnua jcyonA ftny rr.uoimbln fincstlan tlmtHJn
jy fill odrti Ilio hrn ron.l for you to tnk when ira\cling In citherrllfertlon l.f
( .titcago and all of Iho Principal Polnls In llic Wosl , North and Norlfiwcsi.
ntrdiliy ptnmlnfW > * Mnt > . Tlio VrlnclpAl Cltlo of dm Won nnd N'nrthweM nre Htatlon * '
on thhrotd. iti MiroiifiU trains nmko clo o toiincctlou * nltli iho trains of nil rallMiadsas
MctT'/.TTT TlifTK ! : i-.A Sj < : " * l\lil *
mffr H M
THE CHICACO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
H Illlll. I
Joincmlcr ! In asR for Tickets % la tills road , lie sura they read over It , and take none other. '
I VIM UUaitirr.Ucn'l Manager , Chl iKO , W. U. STEXHKIT.Ueu'irass. Apout , Chlcano *
HAUIIY P. DUKL , Ticket Atrcnt 0. & N. W. Hilhvuy , Hth nn.l Fiunham strcoti.
1) . K. IIIMIIAI , ! , . AmlHtvit ticket A cnt 0. A N. W. luiluny , Mth'and Karnbam itroetl
J. IIELI. , Ticket At nt 0. & N. W. lUllmw , U. P. K. R. Depot.
8AMB3T. UI.AUK Ucnoral Airont.
A large and varied stock of Sta
ple and Fancy
AT FIF1EEN PEE CENT
THAN DOWN TOWN STORES.
You will Save MONEY by buying
GUILD & McINNIS ,
C03 N. 10th Street , 2d door north of Cal orn E Side.
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
( JIVE TIIK UARQA1NS IN ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY , WATCHES , CLOCKS , SILVERWARE
SOLID AND PLATED WARE AND DIAMONDS.
At Prices that Suit Any Customer Who Really Wishes a First-
Glass Article ,
STAR TINTED SPECTACLES Art aluoBold h ) us. exclusively
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office.
POWER AND HAND
.Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MINING UACIUNBUV , WUIgO , UASS N JIIO. . ! , n 0 * tiff. BTEAH
HALLADAY WIND-tVilLLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STRANG , 206 Farnam St. , Om aha *