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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY OCTOBER 10 , 1881.
Goiieral Ocourrencos Over tlio
A Wife Searching for a Faith
less Husband ,
fcott Goon for thn Council find
Qaotot th ltn.tr Now lit Brief
THE Iifl ST FOLLY.
WHICH 33IB CJITY COUNCIL HAS IT.n-
Fi iday ox'cntng WAS certainly n. sad
DUO on hoard the little craft. Sick nnd
disgusted with thn whole outfit , the
captain ordered the gang plank Imuled
on hoard. The roll was called nnd
Keller , Spolnmn , Cnvin ,
able-bodied Bc.inien , responded like
ilio hey who stole the mince meat.
Fonda waa not present , nnd wo wore
thankful that hi. was not there to put
himself on record in the meanest ,
most contemptible role over onncted
in the city council chamber of this
city. Churchill nnd Phillips answered
.ns if they know what wns right nnd
just nnd had sense enough to
i\\lo\v \ no man to pull the
xvool ox-er their eyes. Gen
tlemen of the city council , for the
.Hake ot your standing in the commit
tee , take that resolution introduced
by Alderman Phillips from the table
.mid pass it unnnimoualy. What right
liavc you to bclittlo this city in the
manner you have done ? llavo you
no common sonac ? Von nro nil oed
business pen. What right , wo ask ,
have you to .trample the wishes of
twenty , thousand people undcryourfcot
at the beck of n few who nro as void of
sense as brains ? On Friday afternoon
you did nn net- that will disgrace
Council Bluffs for nil time to come ,
On the same evening AUlornmn Phil
lips ofl'ercd the following resolution :
Whereas , The error in the mayor's
proclamation calling a special election
October 3 , for the purpose of sub-
inittiiig to the qualified electors of the
city of Council liluffc the question of
abandoning the special charter of said
city , nnd organizing under the general
incorporation law of the state , wns
only u clerical ono nnd one the law
xvill not recognize ns affecting the le
gality of said election , nnd
, the courts .linv decided
tliat the misprint or change in xvord-
ing of n ballot does not invalidate said
ballot so long an the intention of thu
x'oter is shoun.
Resolved , that the common council
of the city of Council Bluflti proceed
immediately to canvass the vote cant
nt the special election held October 'J ,
Such was the opportunity offered
j'oii to place yourselves right upon the
score. You refused to do BO ; nnd
xvhy ? There is not ono of you but has
sense enough to know tiiat there xvaa
no luxv , no justice , no sense in 'your ;
act refusing to canvass the vote in thu
Afternoon , Why did you refuse to
perform your duty ? You cannot give
an * intelligent answer nny more than
you'could if naked why _ you allow 100
tons of rotten , stinking , nasty filth
to ho piled up in the very heart of
our city , breeding pestilence nnd
death. Wo supposed your intentions
Were good , but the course you nro
taking in regard to the now chatter L
has dispelled nil such belief ,
"Undo" John Phillips says tlmt by >
taking off his coat ho has carried tha
city once for the now charter and ho
belirvcs it will bo considered sufliciont
under the law for nil purposes intend
ed. liut if it should bo otherwise de
cided in thu courtH nnd wo nro driven
to another election ho will pull. off his
rcM , nnd if need bo , his shirt.
b ' LAWS QUOTED
11V HON. 0. 11 , SCOTT TO HHOXV COUNCIL
To the KJItor ol Tun DIE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , October 8. On
my- return homo I find that the city
comtdl on last Friday refused to can
vass the vote of the election hold on
last Monday to abandon the old nnd
incorporate under the state incorpora
tion law. This is u stretch of as
sumed authority on the part of the
mayor and city council in bo face of
257 majority against them , well cal
culated to alarm and astound even the
"friends" ot thosehangerson to the
city toct. Now whn't reason dp they
give the people for this assumption of
Judicial authority. First , That the x
mayor in his proclamation calling said
election , designated 9 o'clock a. in. ,
of the 3d inst , as the time of opening
the polln , and 0 o'clock p.m. , tliotnnu
of closing the sanio , and also that no
proclamation was madeat or before
opening the polls , nnd half hour be
fore closing same at said election.
And sec. Oil , code 1873 , is cited by
them to sustain these two point ? .
That section has no application
whatever to a special election held by
the electors of u city acting under a
special charter io change her chartor.
That section refers to and It only ap
plicable to general elections hem un
der the laws of the utato for state ,
county nnd township officers na pro
vided by chapter 3 of the codo. Sec
tion 431 to 439 inclusive of chapter 10
contain separate and special provis
ions and the only provisions govern
ing and controlling such oloc-
lions as was held last Monday
and no provision is therein made
whatever for proclamation nt polls , of
opening and closing ; nor is there any
provision therein for tlio mayor to
designate in his proclamation time of
opening and closing the polls. His
uttsuming to do so is mere surplusage
and lias no force or validity. All lie
was authorized to do in his proclama
tion was just three thing * , and noth
ing more , to-writ : 1st , give no
tice of election ; ' 2nd , the ques
tion to I bo voted upon , nnd
third day and places of voting. ( Bee
flection 430 , cede 1873. ) JJut if Ito
van required to gixro such notice and
cither did not or made an error as to
fiojpo of it , U xvould not invalidate the
election. Such matters are merely
directory and do not effect the legality
of' } he election. ( Iowa , 212. ) Not
will the election bo invalidated by the
/iiiiifieidii of seine duty of an officer
'charged Miih giving notfco thereof if
such nn election xvns in fact hold.
(30 ( Iowa .inj > ra. ) The law states
when the polls open nnd close , mu
the mayor's proclamation cannot nd
to or tnko from the law nny of its pro
visions. The people nro presumed I
know the law. Now , had the mnyo
and city council nny authority to re
fuio to canvass the votes and order n
election of oflicora to till their place
Wo nay no.
( Section -137 , chapter 10 , supra , pro
vides that "the abstracts of vote
sliall bo returned to the city council
( which xvns done , ) who shall canvas
the same nnd declare the resultwhicl
shall bo entered on the journal , " An
suction 438 of the same chapter pro
vides "that if n majority of the voles
cast at such election bo in favor of th
abandonment of the charter , th
council shall immediately cnll n spec
inl election for the clectioi
of officers for such corporation nccon ]
ing to its class nnd defined by tin
chapter. " They hnvo no nuthority o
discretion in the matter but to canvas
the vote and call the election. 7tl
Iowa 180. Thn City Council must re
ceive the returns nnd count them
They hnvo nothing xvhntovor to do
with nny legal questions that nn
nrise. They nro not judicinl officers
but ministerial , ib id. , nnd also
p. 300 suprn. In thnt cuao
the court say "It is no'
con cot to suppose that ft _ board o
canvassers ( not oven of this county
possess the povor or authority to
judge of these matters. The canvas
sera are only to receive the returns
nnd count them , " citing numerous au
thorities in impport of that principle.
And yet in the fnco of the law mk
these adjudications these councilnloi :
openly defy thn laws of the land , ant
the pronounced will of the people nl
the polls nnd refuse to count or can
vass the vote for the solo purpose ol
perpetuating themselves in offices
which the people have in no mistnk-
able tones demanded them to vacate.
Will they persist in thwarting the
will of the people ?
C. U SCOTT ,
AH GIVEN 11V BKV. Mil. OLKLAN1I , Ol'
TUB I'llKSIlVTKIlIAW tiilUKUJI.
Bov. T. II. Ololand preached an
historical discourse yesterday 'an the
quarter centennial anniversary of the
organization of the church. That
part re-fairing to the history of the
church is ns follows :
Kcv. John Hancock , of Transylva
nia presbytery , was commissioned by
tlio board of doincstio missions to
labor in Council Bluffs , to gather to
gether and build up n Presbyterian
church. After two months labor it
ivns decided to organize. According
ly , on the Ii2th of October , 1850 , the
organization was effected in the third
itory of Empire block , by llov. i ; . G.
Hell , under the care of the Preaby-
tery of DCS Moincs , xvith the
Following members ; . Narcissa Beck , ,
Maloim II. Ilardin , Martha E. 'Hug-
liart , 0.V. . Doyors , Sarah Ellen Pu-
icy , Maria J. Hancock , Ilonry'P.
Warren , Hannah L. Warren , James
U. lluo , Thos. Officer , Eliza M. Offi-
er and Susan Leo. Thos. Officer and
fas. J3. Rue wcro elected ruling oi
lers , and Cincinnatus W. Boyors ,
lencon , Services xvoro held in Em-
riro block'Concert hall , Roller's hull
ind'tho ' Congregational church. Mr.
Hancock's pastorate continued till the
ipring of 18CO , and ho was succeeded
by Rov. Win. McCnndlish who began
us labors November 1 , 18GO , and re-
nained two years , llov. Jan. H.
Dlark succeeded as pastor December
, 1802 , and remained until the spring
f 1800. Rov. Wm. Hamilton sup-
ilied the church temporarily.
The present pastor , then a liconti-
ito , preached his first sermon hero
\ugust 12 , 1800 , nnd xvns invited to
jecomo stated supply for ono year.
Ho xvas afterwards called to the pastorate -
torato and xvns ordained to the gospel
ministry nnd installed over this church
April 28 , 1807.
The first church building owned by
the congregation xvns n plain frame
structure erected on Pearl street ,
xvhoro the building of J. W. Rodofer
now stands. The foundation of the
present house of worship xvns hud in
the summer of 1857 , * but oxving to the
stringency of the times the super
structure did not follow until 1800. It
wax completed nnd dedicated , free of
debt , in November , 1800. The total
coat of the lot , cditlco and turnituro
LITTLE COUNCIL UUHINEHB.
Afiido from the report of officers
nnd the clerk of the linanco commit ,
toe , Mr. Abbott , there xv.is not much
business beforn the city council at its
last session. They did not fuel much
like it. Churchill had just purchased
now suit to xvoar to Chicago nnd this
took up his attention. The committee
appointed to investigate I ho powder
liouso on Benton street , reported ad 1
versely. Ohm chill tried < o get n
iidowulk resolution through tn estab
lish a walk on the east side of Sixth
street , but it xvus voted down.
Mr. Uolmcs introduced n
resolution requiring the may or to issue
his proclamation callim/ second elec
tion to rote on tbo question of aban
doning our city charter , Alderman
Phillips asked further time for his '
committee to investigate Hon. 0. R.
Scott on the ground that1 it xvau almost
impossible to keep them together long
unuuph. Granted. Council adjourned
to meet on call of the mayor.
THE MAVOH WAH A1WHKD.
Mayor Vauglian nays ho xvas advised
by men whom ho supposed to ho post-
Da in regard to the hour the polls
should bo kopf open nnd when ho
found they yroro mistaken ho wont to
every precinctand ordered them closed
nt 4 o clock.
AN ERRING HUSBAND.
BKINO LOOKED FOIl I1V 1118 ABANDONED
A well dressed and apparently respectable
spoctablo lady arrived in Council
Blutr * Saturday in search of her xvay-
xvard husband , who has forgotten his
marriage vows to such nn extent as to
lenvo the bosom of the woman ho had
Hworn to love and clouvo into that of
another. To mnko it Htill harder for
lib outraged xvilo thnt other is her
pjvn sister. THE UEK reporter inter
viewed the grief stricken woman nnd
from her own lips Authored the following -
ing etory ; Seven years ngo last March
nho nnd her husbund , came to Ameri
ca and Bottled in Milwaukee , AViscon-
niii , in which city ho worked nt hi
trade , thnt of contractor nnd builder
xvhilo she kept n boarding house on
small scale on Lnko street
finally , by dint of economy , the ;
managed to build n house of tliol
own on First nvcnuo. Everythin ;
went smoothly until a sister of her
came into the family. She was rathe
a fine looking girl nnd it was not lonj
until nn intimacy grow between he
husband nnd tistcr. Her husband's
ntlcolions were transferred to the sis
ter nnd it became evident that the si *
tor was the angel of tlmt Jiousohoh
nnd the xvifo was the slave. She ha <
forgiven the two many acti , on ac <
count of the relationship botxvcer
them. But on ono occasion the xvifo
wns eye xvitness to n transaction tlmt
sank deep down in her heart. She
waited until the porformanc xvns over ,
xvhen she confronted the husband
xvith n charge of infidelity nnd told
him thnt ono roof could not cover her
sister and herself. "Vory well , " ho
replied xvith a smile , "than your sister
tor must lenvo ; I can never pivo up
my xx-ifo for hor. " In a very short
time ono of the hacks of the city car
ried the siator nnd her trunk to the
Northwestern it Lake Shore
depot , xvhero she took her
departure for Eacino , Soon
nftor her husband xvns taken
xvith the xvestorn fever nnd a Jiuck
took him and his trunk to the same du
pot. The next his xvifo heard from him
won through a letter written by him
from Fremont , Nebraska , and mailed
in Council Dluffd. Her sister ,1ms
never xvritlrn since she left. Ho
xvroto her nt intervals of about three
weeks , and nil letters , barring the lost
ono , which wns received nbout Sept ,
24th , xvcro dated at Fremont nnd
mailed in thii city. The lust letter
was dated and mailed hero. In this
[ referring to a communication from
lia xvifo wherein she declares hci pur-
) ese of so.'ling ' out there and coming
; o Council Bluffs ) ho speaks very dis-
: ouragingly of the prospect , tolling
lor that the west was no place for
icr. and that ( as she had expressed a
desire to visit her mother in England )
10 xvould send her the money * . Shoot
; ot the money , but instead of going
o visit her-mother , aha concluded to
: omo west nnd find her husband , nnd ,
f possible , to discover xvhnt woman it
vns that was keeping her husband so
ontontod thnt ho would bo willing
hat his xvifo should cross the ocenn
nd bo gone a year or more ,
. 'lie woman is convinced thnt her hus-
> and and her sister are living
ogethor liere in Council Bluffs or
Dmnlm. The husband is a medium
ized man , light complexion , rather
oed looking , has a large D in
iluo indelible ink on his breast , us put
Hero by the English government after
osortion from the army. The sister ,
vho the xvifo thinks is xvith the bus-
Kim ! , is a woman about five nnd a half
eet in height , dark complexion , has
> lack hair and eyes and is quite good
ooking. Mrs. Smith has placed her
aso in the hands of Oflicor Sterling ,
nd it if to bo hoped the guilty pair
vill soon bo found.
A grand ball for the benefit of Jo-
eph Spaulding , who lost an arm
vliilo encaged in tiring n salute on
londay , the 20th of September , dur-
ig the observance of the memorial
xorcises on the death of President
Jarfield , by tho.premature discharge
f the cannon , will take place in this
ity next Wednesday evening , under
lie auspices of Abe Lincoln Post No.
! ) , G. A. R. , and the Knights of
Pythias. No object could bo more
vorthy. Mr. Spaulding is a young
nan with quite n largo family to sup-
ort , and nil the means he had xvas
ho strong right ami that ho lost.
Vo hope to see a largo turnout on this
HE DIDN'T KVOXV.
Saturday ono of the noxvsboys
ushed out of the Glob3 oflico , crying
t the top of his voice , "Hero's yer
veiling Globe ; all about " As ho
urned the corner on Broadway helot
lot n stranger who purchased the pa-
or , and stepping onesido nnd began
ts perusal. Up Broadway came the
oy again , "Hero's yur ovoningGlobo ;
11 nbout " The stranger looked at
im a moment , nnd then said , "My
oy , 'all about' what ? " The boy litt-
d his nppxir lip , grinned a little , and
lien replied , "D.unlinoj they told not
0 say all 'bout something I furgit
vitch , " and around the corner ho lit ,
'ho stranger folded up the paper nnd
wont toward the Ogdcn hotel.
FUKOUSON'H FOP LINO.
Dan Purguson xvns arrested last Sat-
irday on complaint of a woman named
'inkham , charged xvith an assault
vith intent to kill. This was n hard
ilow to Dan , harder than the ono in-
lictcd on Mrs. Pinkham , in fact , for
ho reason she had been , an she sup-
) osedworkii1g her heart inontheassail-
nt in the absence of Mrs. Furguson ,
is wife , for a year or more. It WUH
niul in the extreme in Furguson to
o conduct himself in her presence use
o believe ho would take the life of
ho xumian xvho had secrotoly
lestowod her n flections upon him.
iut then ho xvas drunk ,
t xyns whisky that maddened
is brain and made him forgot oven
hat ha had n heart for a woman to
'affectionate" upon , and ho took a
aiife in his hand , and flourished it
n the air. Slip got frightened and
jolioving her Ufa endangered rushed
o police headquarters and made the
oinpluinfc as stated. Furgeson was
rrestod and in default of bail coin-
nitted. Now came Mrs , Furgeson
So. 1 , hearing that her unfaithful
msband wax in trouble , With the
nstinct of a first love she was on deck
cndy to do anything to nlkwiato his
uffurings , She at once put her ingo-
unty to work in his behalf with a
viovr if possible of procuring the ncccs-
The grcaf Romonyi appeared In this
ity at Dohanoy's opera nouao Satur-
lay evening , and great in every sense
of the term ho proved io bo in the
eyes of a croxvded house. Nearly
uvory chair xvna occupied by tlio best
class of theater-goers. Everybody
was delighted. Ho touched not only w
ho car but the heart. Soma of Coun-
ill BlullV best musicians | pronounce
lint the poor of Ole Bull. In fact ho
ork the liouso by atorm , Ho appeared
ngnin Sunday evening on xrhtya occa-
ion the management gave a sacred
TIIK ISOONE IIIIAUTY.
Miss Cnrr , the Boone bounty , snya
hat her friends xvoro altogether too
vudy to bellovo tlmt she xvus nbout to
cheese ways that were evil. Sue
friends the foxvor a girl or nny on
else has the better. The fncts nr
that her father telegraphed the Sister
of Clmrity hero to meet her nt the depot
pot , They wore not there xvhon th
train arrived , nnd she not knowinj
xvhero the school xrns did the nox
best thing , xvcnt to n horse car nn
proceeded to the Ogden hotel. Thor
she met n gentleman friend xvho in
formed her xvhero the school xvns , t
xvhich place she proceeded xvithoii
Miss Lulu Jones nnd Miss Libbic
McMahon , nt the residence of Mrs
John Jones on Sixth street , in tin
city , on last Friday evening , gave i
"Gorman. " The evening xvns cxclu
sivoly dox'otcd to dancing the "Gor
man , " xvhich wo understand Jnu boot
recently introduced hero nnd has nl
ready become exceedingly popular
The entertainment wns the finest am
most select that has boon given thus ;
far this season. Among the Indie
nnd gentlemen present on the above
occasion wo mention : Ernest liar '
nnd Miss Lulu Jones led , followed by
Chas. 'Stoxvnrt , Miss Dora Smith , W.
E. Lawrence , Miss Libbio McMahon ,
Fred Kimball , Miss MaggieDo -
Imny , Burt Clinton , Miss Carrie
Kintsc , Doll Church , Miss Fannie
Walker , W. F. Sapp , jr. Miss Ada
Everett , James Bowman , Miss Emma
Phillips , George Broxvn , Miss Sue
Badolett , Horace Evans , Miss Hattie
Moran , II. llyan , Miss Mollie llico.
The figures danced xvoro cntirolj
now , quite a number of them being
original , while the favors given xvero
very odd and pretty.
THEBLUFFS * IX 11IUEF.
C. II. Scott uays the Council Bluffs
returning board had no ricrht to go
behind the returns to keep themselves
in office against the wishes of the 1
J. M. Palmer says : "Pitch the
whole can can out of the back win iCln
dow , " n
The Hordic conches xvill bo running 11X 11u
on our streets ns soon as they are X
paid for. Duo notice xvill bo given ,
The city council wishes to knoxv
xvhat the people are going to do about
W. F. Sapp and Col. D. B. Daily
djd some splendid talking up at Oak
land Saturday afternoon.
J. C. Adams spoke at Minden Sat
urday evening , on the questions that
are agitating the citizens of Pottawat-
Justice Abbott's oflico is heavily Bl
draped in mourning out of respect to St
The Smith family of this county , St
have lost another. Miss Sarah Ann
left the immortal ranks and has gone
where some matters and things may
be inoro rife. Judge Abbot united Ev c
her to Geo. Rive , of Little Sioux , at
the Cay lioitao. She came from Mis
souri to have it done.
There was danger of Cresont City BCj
going democratic this fall , so Mor
gan , Keating , Holmes , Shurz and
Pratt , were sent for. They made E
speeches there Saturday evening and
wo arc informed that the city will remain -
main at present in the democratic
After Lyman's epistle , Brown's.
After Brown's , what ?
There xvero 9,000 head of cattle at Ui * *
the union stock yards Saturday after it
The Presbyterian church xvas beau IIo
tifully decorated yesterday. ) 8u
To-morrow somebody will tjet mo
elected to office.
PERSONA ! PAUAOltAl'lia.
Wiliiam E. Lawrence , of Chicago ,
is in the city visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haas left for
Ohirngo last evening over the Nprth-
Hon. Joseph H. Reed returned from
lills couty Saturday night , having
losed his term in that section. ) ;
County Attorney Jacob Sims has
eturned from Guthrie county , xvhero
10 has been attending to business con-
iccted xvith the firm of Aniont & idI
Sims of this city. 01
T. W. Ivory and Chas. A. Cronoy , 1h
of the Opinion , xvero at the Pacific 1r
louse yesterday. : r
B. F. Montgomer is in the city on'a 1di
msincss trip. 1
Hon. C. R. Scott has returned homo ]
rom a trip connected xvith his law
firm into Harrison county. * *
Captain Henry has returned homo h
from an extended eastern trip.
John J. Page nnd sister , of Bucks-
port , Maine , was in Council Bluffs
Sunday on their xvay to the Pacific
coast on a pleasure trip.
W. H , Cumings and wife nro in the
city on a visit to the family of I. H.
Miller , of hardware fame. i
Miss Viola Coffin spent Sunday at
lior homo in this city. \
Miss Minnie Ex-ana is quito ill with
Miss Mnmio Huhbard , daughter of ! '
X S. iiuhbard , is confined at her 88 [
lomo with a fovor. it
W. J. Hancock and wife have re- U
turned homo from a brief visit to
Miss Ida Cozoll , of Newton , lown , IIIV
i visiting the family of John Haw- IV 1
iorn , tins city.
Dr. McCuno and Aldermen Dawson
nd Phillips have gone to Chicago in 1
10 interest of our lovoo.
Mr. H. R. Moorhoad loft Council
Huffs Saturday for his homo in Mis-
There will bo a mooting of the Park c ,
lilling and Mining company at the lo r
ffico of Swan & Walker on Monday lou't
lorning , October 10 , at 10 o'clock. u'tuc
J. W. CHAPMAN , President. ucy
GEO. WHIOHT . on
F. , Secretary. f I
InioftbalPiitberi Vi lted OB tbo BSci
Physician * say that scrofulous taint can-
ot bo eraplcftted ; xvo deny It "Jn toto. " If
on go through a thorough couwo of Uuit-
OCK JJtoou TJiTTKKS , your blood xvill got
l ire M you cun wish , 1'rlco 81.00. trial
l/e 10 cents. Sodlw
WILL BUY AND SELL
ikl ) Ll TIUKSACTIOM W
Puy Taxes , Bent Houses , Eto ,
ir YOU WANT TO IUT on tu ,
, Uoom B , Crolghton 'Block , a
The leading Scientist ! of to-day njroo thane
no ! tillscav < M are caused liy disordered kldn
ir lUcr. If , therefore , tha kldncv * Mid liver i
cpt In perfect order , perfect licnlth will ho the
emit. This truth lias only boon known ft ehor
Imcftnd for J cars people siillcrcd Rrcat ngoii )
without helntf able to find relief. Tlio discover :
f Warner's -nfo Kidney and I/lver Cure murks ft
new era 11 tlio treatment of these trouble *
todo front & simple tropical leaf of mro value. I
ontalm just tlio elements ncocswiry to notirlal
nd Inx Igornto both of these gtczt organs , ant
afety restore and kcelt them In order. It Is a
'oiltlve Remedy for all the dtacucs that cnu <
aim In tlio lower jiart of the body for Torplc
licr Ilcadachca Jnundlco Dizziness Grave
- FecrApio U cr and Urinary Organs.
It I * an excellent and safe remedy for females
nrlnn I'rcffnancy. It will control Sletiitruatlor
nd Is In'aluablo for Lcueorrhcoa or Kalllnif o :
ho Womb ,
An & Illood Purifier It la uncquilcd , for It cures
he organs that make the blood.
This remedy , which has done such ender ,
iut up In the IiAKOKST SIS5BD IlOTft.K of any
icdlcino upon the market , and Is Hold by lnie-
Ists and all dealers at SI.25 per bottle. For
Hfilwtcs , enquire for XVAIINEH'S 8APK DIA
IKTES CUllK. It Is n P03111VE Itemed/ .
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nrllanicntArr usage , how to conduct public busl <
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Jlara and special terras ANOHGB PUDLISUINO
0. . 8t.I/inl . Mo.
IN .PASSENGER BATES
HODIUE nnOS. . Brokers in nil Railroad
Ickcts , Omaha , Neb. , offer Tickets to the East ,
ntil further notice , at tlio following unheard ol
ow Hates :
Chicago , 812 ; Round Trip , $24.00 , Tlicso nro
lulled First-Class Tickets and good for return
irout'h tha year , and via the Old Rcll&blo Chi-
igo , Burlington & Quiucy Railroad. Also , ono
NEW YORK , 1st clw , 810 00.
BOSTON , ilo 26 OOj
PHILADELPHIA , do 10 CO.
For ] particulars , wrtto or BO direct to HOBBIK
ROS. , Dealers In Reduced Rate Railroad and
tcamship Tickets , 800 Truth St. , Omaha , Nob.
Rcmcmlicr ] the place Three DOOM North 'of
nlon 1'aclllc llallroacl Depot , East Sldo ol Tenth
Omaha , August 1,1S81 au25da\vim
Men of aMIIty , to represent
CHAMBERS'Dictionary of Uni-
crwil : Know ledge. Complete Cyclopndla of
very Day Wants.
This is the Host Useful and Compact Literary
chicvcmcnt of the Age. It has no competitors.
Wo want competent Solicitors. No peddlers
ecclapplv Circulars , Rluiipr full dosription ,
int on application. J. H. CHAMBBKS ,
fat. Louis , Mo. , Chicago , 111. , Atlanta , G
flcSitute d&w 1m
leading and Elocution
ULIE E HAEDENBEEGH.
Voice Training , Private Lesions and
3011 Cass Street , between 20th an ! 21st.
Agents wanted for Llfo of
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cto , faithful history from cradle ti grave , by
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GEORGE STINSON & CO. ,
ocOd&vvlm Portland , Maine.
SEALED PROPOSALS ,
Forthe Construction of Sidewalks.
Sealed proposals \v.Ill bo received bjtho un-
TS gncd until Tuesday , October llth , 1BS1,12
clock noon , for the eonstrurtlon of and repair-
y of sldovvalks in front of and adjoining the
lion In'described premise * , to-ult :
Lots 5 , 0 , 7 , block 263 , north side of Chestnut
Lots 23 , 2.r , 27 , Horbach'a first addition , west
Jo of Sherman avenue.
U-ts 4 , K. bio. k 15 , E. V , Smith's addition.
Lot ' 1. lilo.'k 14 , E. V. Smltli'a addition , south
lie flrnee street.
Lots I 1 , 1C , block 13 , E V. Smith's addition ,
luth side Grace street.
Lot 1 21 , Iforbach's first addition , catt side
icrmrui < avenue.
Lots 1 6 , 7 , 8 , bloc.k 103) ) , north side I/anl
Ixta 1 4 , ( i , Mock 22 , cast side Sixth street.
Lots 1 4 , C , block 'M , cast el Jo Credit Fonder
Lots 3 , 4 , block 202J , ordered repulrol , 171h.
LoUl , 8 , block 11 , ueateldo Seventh street ,
Also on loti vves * side Sixteenth street , be-
-een north line of I lor bach's tlrst addition and
lark street , except bO feet In front of Isaac
J. J. L. 0. JEWCTT ,
OMAHA , October 7,1881. City Clerk.
Proposal * ior Sewer Bond *
Scaled proposals will be received until
ctober 29th , 1881 , ftt 12 , noon , by the
ity Clerk of Omaha , county of Douglas ,
bate of .Nebraska , and will , at that hour ,
opened for the nuichase of 350,000.00
the issue of $100.000.00 of Sewer
ends , First Scries , of tne City of. Omaha.
\ld bonds arc dated September 1st , 1881 ,
o in minis ot 81,000.00 each , bear interest
oin their data at the rate of six per cen-
im per annum , payable at the oflico of
ountze Bros. , New York , aemi-iunumlly ,
ion coupons attached ; said bonds are
sued under the Charter power of said
ty after election duly holtl jjutliorizinfj
leir issue for the completion of Sewera
irtly constructed , nnd lor the construe-
on of additional Sewers. The SM.OOO.OO
iw offered are the first sold of said llonds.
Ida will bo addressed to the luidcrglir.ned ,
id must state tha full name and address
the didder , the amount of said Bonds
wired , and tlio price proposed to be paid.
The right ia reserved to reject any and
bids. J. J. L. O. JEWETT ,
sept20-30t. City Clerk.
For Grading Sixteenth Street.
Scaled proposals will bo received by the un >
Exiled U'ltll Friday , October 2Ut , 1881 , U
clock , noon , lor the wading of Sixteenth
root from Karnham to Howard streets , a pro-
oof which can bo seen at the otllcu of the
cnjilncer. Bids shall specify the price per
blcj&rd for such KradliiK and also ttata when
ch work shall bo completed , and accompanied
the nauio of proposed auritv under the usual
nditlons. Itlds to bo ononud at the nice tin ff
the iMUiicll next succeeding after October 21 ,
81 , The city council reserves the rlcht to ret -
t any and all bid * , Envelopes containing
Id prop-tali shall bo marked , " 1'roporali for
atlltiK dUtccntli 8troct."and delivered to the
iderslsncd not later than the time above
eclael J.J.L. C. JEWE1T.
OlUlU , October 7th , 1B81. Oc7d2vr
POLAND & GWYER ,
Commission Merchants ,
the tale of Farm Produce ; Potatoes Toultr/ ,
Butter , Btfjpi rcceU ed and no.d on
Cash advances made on consignments.
archouso and Store , 1413 Dodge Street ,
Omaha , Neb.
"WINEOFCARDUI" four times
ay mukua u liniipy JiousclioUl.
At 0. T , Oosduian
Seceived Direct from Boston and New York ,
"Boston Store "
614-616 SOUTH TENTH STREET.
We are now showing the most beautiful Assortment'of moflium
and low priced Trimmed Hats over brought to Omaha , all correct
Styles and most artistically trimmed , prices ranging from SI.00
to 815,00 each ,
Also great bargains in Ostrich Tips , Plumes , Fancy Wings ,
Flowers , Plushes , Velvets , Satins , &c. , in nil the new Colors
Wo have also purchased the outiro Millinery Stock of Messrs. A. Cruick-
shank & Co. , ( at a largo discount ) , who have been compelled to give up this
branch of their business for want of room.
Wo now offer this maKiiificcut Stock of Rich Millinery at about half the
price risked by up-toxrn Milliners for such Goods.
The ladies are invited to call and bo convinced that it pays to trade at the
"BOSTON STORE. "
FALL GOODS ! FALL GOODS !
Opening daily in nil departments.
Store Open Every Evening till 9 O'clock
P. G. IMLAH , Manager ,
Leader of Popular Prices.
DEWEY & STONE ,
ORCHARD & BEAN , | J. B. FRENCH & CO. ,
O A R P ETS IG | ROC.E RSI
NOW OFFERING FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
Ladies'Suits ' , Gloats , Ulsters , Circulars , Itc.
200 Handsome Suits , at $5.00 ; 300 Stylish [ Suits , S1O.OO ;
76 Black Silk Suits , $17.OO.
"Wo have several lots of staple goods which will bo ofierod at
SEVENTY-FIVE GENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
All ladies should avail themselves of this great sale of"
OOBSETS AND UNDERWEAR , TJNEN AND -MOHAIR - ULSTERS ,
SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS , LAWN SOITS
Buy the PATENT PROCESS
it always gives satisfaction , because it makes a
superior article of Bread , and is the Cheap
est Flour in the market , Every sack
warranted to run alike or
W. M. YATES , Cash Grocer.
Max MEYER & CO. ,
Tobacco from 25c. per pound upwards ,
Pipes from 25c. per dozen upwards.
Cigars from $15.00 per 1,000 upwards.
I. OBERFELDER & CO , ,
IMI'OUTKIIH AND JOIIDKUS OK
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive wholesale house in this line in the west ,
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