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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1881.
THE DAILY BEE
, Thursday Morning , Oot 20 ,
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKK
BLRCTION TUESDAY , NOVKMtlRIl 8li
For Sheriff ,
DAVID N. MILLKR.
For Treasurer ,
For Clerk ,
For Commtsslonor ,
' B. P. KNIGHT.
For Judge ,
/V. M. CHADWICK.
For Superintendent of Instruction ,
J. J. POINTS.
For Coroner ,
For the nccomoiktfon of our tip-towi
patrons arrangements hove l > oen miulo will
Edholm & Erlckson , jewelers , opposite-
pout office , wliero advertisements ntv
qrdera for the city dollrcry of TUB BE
will Jw received. Advertisements for th
evening must bo handed in before 1:30 ji
in. , tor the morning edition before 8 : &
p. m * ci.t23-tt _
Pnttornon noils coal ,
Frederick Leading Halter.
Doano. Itcllablo Hatter.
Fine pocket knives at Kuhn's.
Owl Cigars at Kuhn's Drug Store.
Night School nt the Business College
Th ° Lion continues to roar for Moore"
Huncft fld Saddlery ,
For riNB Commercial Job Printing
all at Tine BRK Job rooms.
Smoke BUriton k Storms- fines
Oigar , at Kuhn's Drugstore only.
Boys'Warm School Caps , all kinds
cheap , at Frederick' * ! largest stock.
The wind blows cold.
The Mlllard hotel has reached tin
floor of the third story. Two more Btoriei
will make it an imposini' structure.
, ' Get your neat to-morrow morning foi
( the Big 4 Minstrels for Friday and Satur
day evening nnd matinco.
The scaffolding is being removed froir
the interior of Boyd's opera house , ant
will all be-out by to-inorrow.
The Fay Tompletnn opera company ,
which open Boyd's opera house Mondaj
evening , is extensively billed throughout
A view of the Cozzens house , ai it
will appear when rejuvenated , ii on cxhi <
tion at Max Meycr'n and attracts mucl :
It is officially announced that tin
Union Pacific company will comnioilci
operating the Omaha & Denver short litu
, Nave , McCord & Brady , Mctcall
Bros , of this city , and Mllon , of Kearney ,
have made application for membership ii
the board of trade.
A deep hole on Tenth street , near the
depot , was the spot vrhcre ft wagon loaded
with furniture stalled Tuesday night ant
ntood until u ornlng.
Fourteen recruits for the western arm ]
posts , particularly Cheyenne , passoc
through this city yesterday , under com
round of Lieut. Pease ,
The prosecution in the Garrigan case
In the district court presented all its test ! '
ninny yesterday afternoon , and the de
ffen e opens this morning.
The jury In the case of Wallens ,
charged with larceny us bailee , returned a
verdict for $100 in favor of the plaintiff ,
in the district court yesterday.
The grand lodge of Odd Fellows la in
ne8. ion at Lincoln. Quite a number ol
members of the order from this city are ii ;
attgndanco upon the meeting.
"A rare chance" for somebody to stoj
into a good paying buaincwi. The stud
and fixtures of the Michigan tobaccu store
1417 Douglas street for Bale cheap , Kn
quire on the premises.
Heivy travel both eastward and wont
ward still continues. The 0. , B. It Q
road runs two train * from Chicago , on
immediately behind the other , which ar
rvo nt the transfer depot in the morning
J. M. Meyer , | of Chicago , in in tin
city endeavoring to form a company fo :
the manufacture of jollies and the pro
Bening of fruits. Articles of Incorpora
tion , showing n capital stock of $5,000
have been drawn up , but not yet filed ,
Mr. C. L. Lofgren , traveling agcnl
and correspondent for The Svonski
Tribunen of Chicago , Is in the city on i
business trip , The Tribunon is the largcsi
and most inllucntlal Swedish nowspapoi
A practice game for the Union Puclfu
nine on Saturday is being talked of
James Whitney , pitcher for the Boito :
League club during the past veaion , whi
will spend the winter in Omahn , U ex
peeled to play and exhibit .noine of hi
lightning curves ,
John Thackor , while repairing an ei
i gine at the U. P. round houxe laatuvcning
H ! was aevejcly scalded. Ho was working un
der the engine at the time , and the blow
off cock becoming disarranged allowed i
quantity of hot water to run over him. Hi
wu severely injured about the body ami
One hundred and fifty-nine beautiful
residence lota , located on Hamilton utroct ,
half way between the turn table of thi
ed street ror line and the waterworki
reservoir and addition , and just west ol
the convent of the Sinters Poor Claire ic
Bhlnn's addition. Prices range from $7C
to f 100 each , and will be sold on eas )
termi to those who will improve , BemU
teal estate agency , Fifteenth and Douglat
Hum * From tlio Hani ,
Manager Toiualin , of the U. & M ,
railroad , Qon. Crook , and Q , II. Col
lirui occupied a special car in the over
land train from the west yuatorday af <
'tornoon. They had returned from c
few dayn apart in Wyoming torrtoyi
in which they succeeded in shooting
Homo fine doer , The head and quar
ters of a huge elk , with far reaching
antlers , and a largo black tail door
adorned the front platform of the car ,
ToniBon steaks are in order ,
THE HEREAFTER ,
Some Views on the Subject b
Ho Thinks There are Degree
of Bliss in Heaven ,
And TnUci of AcoldonUi of Blrt
' What is jour idea of lioll ? "
This question was naked Maj. Whi
tie , ono of the two revivalists in th !
city , last evening , as ho and a r
porter for THE BKB st t quietly elm
ting on the first iloor of the Tresbyti
rinu church building.
JIaj. Wluttlo 1ms been before tli
country for many years in the cnpac
ty of n rovivalint , and next to D. I
Moody probably lias no equal in th
country. It was through the olTori
of that great evangelist that Ma ,
Whittle was induced to undertake th
work ho is engaged in , after his rolur
from the army. Mnj. Whittle i
a man of medium size and i
general outline resembles Moodj
although not qnito BO ntout. Ho i
compactly put together and his fen
turcs arc boldly outlined , lie wears
full coal black beard , closely cropped
nnd in appearance is grave on
thoughtful. His voice is deep nn
Bonorous. Tlicro is considerable mag
tiotism about the man and a ayinpr
; hctic vein in his voice that draws pee
ilo to him.
Mnj. Whittle showed some diflidonc
about answering questions to bo put
ishcd in an interview , but finally said
"IIoil is a place of punishment. "
"Is the I3iblo to bo construed liter
illy when it speaks of the fire of hell ?
"It may bo physical fire as wo un
iliirsland it and the word may be usei
us a tiguro of speech to brinj
o our conception tho' idci
of such torture. But that there i
iuch a place of everlasting tortun
? ou may see by rofcrringto Mark xix.
13 to 48. 'Than having two hand
0 go into hell , into the fire that neve
hall bo quenched. ' "
"Is heaven an absolutely locatoi
> ! aoo ? "
"It is. 'I go to prepare a place fo
rou , ' suid Christ. "
"Does the terms angels and saint
is mentioned in the Bible indicate tha
.hero are two order of beings in lieav
an ? "
' "It does. As'I understand it angel
ire an order of beings who have neve ,
ivod on earth ; while mints nro re
ioomcd sinners. See 1 Hebrews 1 !
Mid 14. "
"Are the references to streets ol
; old and the walls of heaven to bi
taken literally ? "
"As I take it the terms are used t <
convoy to our finite undersUndingi
; ha infinite bliss nnd glory of heaven
The highest earthly ideals of magnifi
pence are used so that wo may , to ui
ixtent , comprehend the transcondon
> eauty of the homo to come. "
"From your reading of the Bible ii
t indicated that St. Peter will occum
1 different position in heaven from tni
rest of the saints ? "
"Ho was ono of the apostles and tin
wolvo will bo raised above the othe
taints , but I cannot see it indicatci
hat ho will have a special duty out
mlo of thtf In xxi , Revelations 21 ti
. ' 1 is shown that the apostles shal
sit in judgement over the twelve tribe ;
of Israel. "
"Are there degrees of bliss it
leaven , and of punishment in hell ? "
"First Corinthians , 15-41 , says
'There is one glory of the sun , am
mother glory of the moon , and an
other glory of the stars ; for one etai
lilloreth from another star in glory.
I think from this there will be different
ont degrees of bliss. See also Danie
xii. , U. In regard to punishment sei
Luke xii. , 47-48 : 'And that sorvan
which know his Lord's will , and pro
Kirud not himself , neither did accord
ng to his will , shall bo beaten will
many stripes. ' "
"lias the accident of birth any in
luenco on the judgment hereafter
Suppose a child with a natural dispo
sition to do good ii : thrown into evi
aurroundinga nnd turns out. badly
when had the influences about it booi
limirontit would have grown up t
jod-fenring man has this any ulfoc
MI the judgment in the world ti
como ? "
"People nro judged by the light the ;
lave. SeeIlllomans , 11-12 ; ' "I'orm
nany persons as have survive *
without law shall perish withouc law
xnd as many as have survived in tin
aw shall bo judged by the law.1
"Is there iv distinct individua
devil ? "
"I think so. I h vo tried mhl i
other ways of Bftisfnctorily explaining
ho causes which impel men t <
sometimes do euch awful deeds , bui
can en no other ground. Take Quit
; eau for instance. In this connectioi
otmo refer you to x Luke 18 andiv
Matthew 1 to 11. 'And he said t
.horn . , I beheld satan as lightninj
'all ' from heaven. ' There is an ovi
icing constantly exerting a malign in
luonco on mankind , "
"Do you believe that those who an
sonvorted arc able to fool and realize
the moment they are saved ? "
"No. Different persons receive the
cnowlcdgo in difloront ways. I pul
isido the feeling in the matter 'alto
Author. He must accept the Lore
Jesus. John vi , 87 j 'and him thai
cometh to mo I will in no wise casl
Dut. Preparation ? No thro nee < !
jo none. All that is required
s n truit in God and t
willingness to receive him. Yes ypi
nust feel , but you must not base youi
cnowlpdgo of salvation on fooling !
rust in God's word. There are
hings in there wo cannot understand ,
mt as was said to President Garfield
can't you accept Christ us a model ? "
"What is your idea of prodeatlna'
ion ? "
"You will find it in 1 Epheaians ,
5 , 0 aiidj ? : . 'Having predestinated
into the adoption of children by Josui
Christ unto himself , according to the
good pleasure of his will ; ' and viii 11
mans , 29 and .10. 'Moreover , who
ho did predestinate , them ho all
called ; and whom ho called , the
ho also justified ; and them ho just
fied , them ho also glorified. " Wo fr
quontly feel the hand of an ovorrulir
tirovidonco in the direction of 01
"Is it necossaryto worship God t
any outward forms to bo saved tin
isjuocs a man , thoroughly believing i
the existence of n God and humbl
endeavoring to do right , need to bo
church member to reach the Kingdoi
Come ? "
The major paused for a momoi
when this question was asked but r <
"I think it is necessary to belong (
a church , for in no other way can yo
fully carry out the injunction of Goi
Ho commands two things : You mui
bo baptized , and you must partake <
the Lord's supper. I don't think
necessary to worship him by any pai
ticular outward forms to I :
saved , For instance , I honest !
and truly believe there ai
members of the Catholic church wh
are rArrying outthoinstructionsof Go
as faithfully as mortals can bo. Th
same may bo said of members of th
Episcopal and other churches. "
At this point Major Whittle w.n
obliged to prepare for his evening nei
vice and the interview closed.
How the Strang Buildmj
The imposing and elegant buildin
on the corner of Farnham and Tent
streets , erected for the headquarter
of the military department of th
Plattc , is now fully occupied. J
glance yesterday into its interior wa
sufficient to convince ono that it i
admirably adapted to the purpose fo
which it was built. As is plainly ap
uront from thojstroot , the entire lowe
Ipor is oecupiod by Strong , whoso en
; ints and pumps make a fine display
file officesof the department are lo
cated on the second and third floors
unl on u part of the fourth floor.
3road hall runs nearly the length ol
; ho building on each fioo
nnd affords access to larg
and j > leasant officers on oithe
side , with three especially spuciou
nes in front.
General Crook , commander of tin
department , lias his office on the thin
floor , in the southwest corner. It ii
numbered room 10. The distinctioi
made in the finishing of this apartment
mont from the rest is that the wood
work is dark. The windows commam
a magnificent view of the city wcs
and south. Adjoining Gen. Crook'i
office is room 15 , in which Majo :
[ loberta and Lieutenants Burke am
.ichuyler , aids do camp , are to bi
bund. This is also a front room
I'ho remaining front room on this fioo :
s occupied by Colonel Martin , the ad
utant general of the department.
The other officers on this iloor an
] ol. Royall , inspector general , roon
17 ; Col. Burnham , judge advocate
room 18 ; Lieut. Kingman , chief engineer
ginoer , room 21. The remaining
oems on the third floor , six in num
> er , ura occupied by clerks of the ad
i utant general , jndgoadvocato and tin
On the second floor of the buildint
; ho following officers have their of
ices : Major Towar , paymaster , roon
t ; Col. Stanton , chief paymaster , IODII
2 ; Col. Ludington , chief quartcrmaat
or , room 3 ; Dr. Somers , medical di
rector , and Dr. Barnett , attending
surgeon , room 7 ; Gen. Wilson , chie :
commissary , room 10 ; Capt
I'lioinaa , < iuartunnastor , room 13
.looniB 45 and 6 are occupied by'tin
[ Uartormaslor's' clerks , and room i
iivj bfon fitted up w A neat and complete
plote dispensary. The fourth flee :
rooms are used for tbo preservation o :
the records and occupied by tin
In general arrangements the part 01
the buildinc occupied by the department
mont headquarters are most complete ,
Some of the conveniences principh
among which are the passenger elevator
tor , coils for heating the offices and
tlio closets are now being put in 01
will soon bo commenced. All of the
offices are nicely finished in wood ,
carpeted and furnished in the beat of
stylo. Mr. Strung will soon oroot on
the cast aide of the building an addi
tion , with thirty toot front , foui
stories high , but not as deep as the
main building. This will admit ol
the passenger elevator. A weighl
elevator , run by steam power , i ul
ready in working order , It is located
on the cast aide of the building , ant
extends from the roof to the collar.
Tlio department offices are directlj
connected by telephones with many
of the principal points in the city , and
can thus transact business over tin
wires without the assistance of the
main telephone office. About twenty
live clerks and assistants are employed ,
The number of olllcera in the build
ing , beside the commanding general ,
is fourteen. It will therefore bo BOOH
that General Crook's military familj
uildcr his immediate supervision it
quito numovouo. All of the officers
nro much pleased with itio appoint'
men.s of the building , and doubt if iti
general arrangement for convenience
could have been improved upon ,
"Don't Know Half Their Voltt- '
"Thoy cured mo of Ague , Bilious
ncsa and Kidney Complaint , as re
commended. I had a half bottle lofl
which I used for my two little girls ,
who the doctors and neighbors anici
could not bo cured. I would have
test both of them ono night if I had
not given them Hop Bitter * . They
lid them so much good I continued
their use until they wore cured. That
is why I say you do net know half the
I'aluo of Hop Bitters , and do not recommend -
commend them high enough , " B. ,
Rochester , N. Y. See other column.
American Rural Homo.
oct. IC-uuv. 1
Standard Club Hop-
The seventy-eighth hop of the Stan-
lard club was held last evening in
their hall on Fifteenth street. Tlio
[ larty was both largo and gay. HofT-
mans orchestra furnished excellent
music. The especially enjoyable fea
ture of this club a receptions is the per
fect informality , so that an invited
ucst fools at ease as soon as ho enters
the presence of the company.
Boflttlngly Celebrated by th
Emmet Monument As
Speeches and Music , Mirth am
Dancing Freely Indulged in ,
Col , Chute , A' C. Campbell nn
Jolm Rush , Sponltors of tbo
The celebration of tha contcnnin
anniversary of the surrender of York
town by the Emmet monument assc
elation in Clark's hall last evening
was a great success.
The event was celebrated first b
public addresses , and secondly by
ball. John Groves opened the oxoi
ciaes by proposing that Col. C. K
Chase act as chairman of the meet
ing. Col. Chase , on assuming th
chair , spoke briefly and pointedly o :
the importance of the event , whici
had called them together , nnd spok
in well-chosen words of the oxistin
state of affairs in Ireland. Ho al
ludcd to the fact that wherever Irish
men wore it was their pleasure am
privilege to gather together on occa
sions of this kind , and spoke of it a
a significant fact that they were tin
only nationality assembled in Omah
in commemoration of the great event a
Yorktown 100 years ago. He said th <
historical and other phases of tin
event would bo covered by speaker
who were to follow and closed by in
traducing Mr. A. C. Campbell.
Mr. Campbell said it was meet tha1
they should gather together to cclo
brate one of the greatest events in tin
history of nations or men , an cvcnl
gajvhich hinged the destiny of thi
now world. It was fit and appropriate -
priato lo mont as Irishmen and Irish
Americans , linked to and descender
from those whoso valor contributed tc
the success and who tool
part in the glories of
that achievement. Ittwas proper tc
moot in the name of him pointing tea
a picture of Robert Emmet froir
whose sacred dust arises inspiration *
Yorktown was comparatively not i
great victory. Scarce 20,000 men wore
sngagcd on both sides. Eighty yean
later , over the same ground
had passed an army of nearly hall
a million. But relatively speaking ,
the siege of Yorktown was without
parallel in the annals of ancient 01
modern warfare , both as to the mili
tary genius displayed and the impor
tance and consequences of its results.
Previous to the victory was the
darkest hour the country had cvor
seen. Its condition was impoverished ,
the soldiers unpaid and unfed and the
continental dollar , which took sixty or
seventy to equal the gold coin , was a
iogal tender only to those who looked
on the public good as creator than
private interest : Industry in the
: iticsjvas paralyzed and the face of
the country was laid bare witb years
of ruthlcBS warfare. There was no
such thing as a treasury , the arsenals
wore empty and provisions scarce.
Gates had exchanged his northern
laurels for southern willows ; Lincoln
liad surrendered at Charleston ; Corn-
wallis was master in the south and
Clinton hold Now York.
Mr. Campbell then went on to de
tail the event which led up to the
siege of Yorktown : Lafayette being
sent 'south to harass the enemy ;
Washington's letter to him being in
tercepted by the British ; how the
siege was. finally begun and Cornwall's
caged in Yorktown while tlio French
loot in the harbor prevented escape
on the ono hand and succor on the
Mr. Campbell then wont on to say
.hat . this was the crowning victory and
gained American independence. There
lave been greater battles than York-
o\vn , greater in the blood spilled ,
greater in the lives that have been
est , greater in the treasures that
lave been wasted , in the homes deso-
atod , the wives that have been made
vidows , in the parent rendered child-
oss , greater in the children 'mado
> rj > Uy3 and in the grief and
amentations caused , but Mono
voro greater or of moro
mportanco to the people. There
mvo boon greater battles , but they
mvo been fought in the name of
angs and for the benefit of kings ,
while Yorktown was fought for the
people and in the name of liberty.
Mr. Campbell referred to the partaken
akon in the affair by Irishmen and
especially instanced the two generals ,
5tark and Mad Anthony Wayno. Ho
hen briefly referred to the two cen
tral figures of the siege and said wo
owed a debt of gratitude to Lafayette
that mere remembrance could not re-
What is the lesson of Yorktown
find what dooa it teach ? Simply this ,
hat self-government is realized. Bo-
ore Yorktown self-government was
ml thu dream of the enthusiast , nomo-
hing pleasant to look upon but dan-
jorous to touch. The result at York-
own showed * it to bo a reality.
Rienzi , in the middle ages , wont down
to deoth in the rum of his
M pital regarding liberty as visionary.
Hid Madaino do Staol on the ncaffold
wclaimod , "Oh , liberty ; how many
: rimo3 are committed in thy name.
Neither had understood the qualities
Jf liberty which Yorktown demon-
Mr. Campbell closed with this pro.
'ation : ' 'Let us hope that under the
irovidonco of God this priceless boors
to enjoy and oun
s ours forever ; oura
o transmit. Let us , in the dawn ol
his now century of independence ;
dLfforonces , obliterate posi
jriovances , one 1 M all nationalities , al
roods , allcono'itiousand all section !
great , grand am
Jo united in one
Let Motional hue
) o effaced , let th o " ° . east > " '
rest , no north , ni > B ° uthi lot ua m J
orward influenced > y " , comm °
mpulie , soverned h ? Hl ° * 8am ° "K
em of laws , uphold
titutions , protected by the Bomo BOJ
ml worshipping and. adoring the aam
Mr. Campbell closed ' oraid loud aj
Ilo was followed by Mr. John Ilusl
who reviewed briefly the part Iris !
men and Irish Americans bad take
in the light for American indopoiu
cnce , nnd censured the press semi
what for the position it had taken o
the present troubles in Ireland. II
said that their deeds then entitle
Ireland now , in her time of neoc
to some returns. Speaking of th
fnct that Ireland was ordered to giv
England's rule ono moro trial h
wanted to know what good itwoul
do. They had time and again give
it trial after trial and every time wit
more disastrous results ,
The parallel had been drawn between
twoon Ireland and England and an
ono state in our country which migli
desire to have a separate government
Ho showed how false a pic
lure this was , and i
sneaking of the repeated nsBertio
that Ireland was unable to govern il
self , aaid : "Wo all know how ridicu
lous such a statement is. The ido
that the country which has given t
the world the finest statesmen and th
truest patriots the world has eve
seen should bo unable to obtain ruler
for itself. " Mr. Hush was frequentl ;
interrupted by , and closed amidst lou
The ball which followed was by n
means the least enjoyable part of th
program. Juliun Meyer acted a
master of ceremonies and opened a
leader of the grand inarch.
At 12 o'clock an intermission wa
taken in which to obtain supper afte
this dancing was again resumed : in >
kept up to a late hour. Tired out bu
happy the crowd dispersed uftcr hav
ing spent a really enjoyably evening
Warner's Safe Kidney and Live
Cure. ITcodl ;
Peter Henlic went to Lincoln ycstcrda ;
L. T. Calkin ? , of Lincoln , is at th
K. 0. Steele left for St. Louis last even
ng , on a business trip.
J. Wolf , of this city , left yesterday fo
A short viRit in DCS Moiuea , la.
Kirby Millspaup h , of St. IJoul , brothc
to Dean Millai > augh , is in the city.
Marshal Blerbower is out of the city fo
* fdw dayg , conducting business of a clvi
United States District Attorney Lam
jcrtson arrived in the city from Lincob
limt evening. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Xnnher , of Tokamah
tro in the city to at tend DeanMillauiuigh'i
J. W. Way , assistant chief engineer o
.ho Union Faslfic railroad , came in froti
, ho west yesterday.
Mrs. Becht , mother of Max Becht , re
, urns yesterday to her home in Peru
Hs. , after a short visit hero.
A. H. Souer , business manager of Till
JEE , has returned to the city with his wife
, vho was visiting friends in Indiana.
A. Solomon , of Plattsmouth ; Charlei
tVilson , of Fairniount ; L. A. Puffer , ol
/alley , are registered at the Cnnfielc
Miss Jessie Tcmpleton , Miss Maggie
Cempleton , A. K. Bice and G. H. Wixen ,
orm a Tekamah party registered at the
Among the east-bound passengers on the
irriving orerlnnd train yesterday after
teen was Sir John Kaye , one of the Eng
ish nobility. He was accompanied enl ]
Lieut. Chas. Mason , of Fort D. A. HUB
el in Wyoming territory , was married at
3heyenne , Tnesday , and passed through
his city yesterday with hia bride on ar
astern wedding tour.
II. H , "Visscher , accompanied by his
laughter , Miss Gertie , will leave to-inor-
on' for the Pacific coast , for the benefit o !
ho hitter's health which has been quite
ielicato for some time past.
The following arrivals among others arc
loted on the Withnell house register : Geo.
L' . Waller , of Osceoln ; S. S. Lowe and
vlfc , of Fremont ; B. T. Hiuman , of
forth Platte ; D. M. Platt , of Ked Cloud ]
3. M. Willsey , of Blair.
August Borglum , son of Dr. Borglum ,
f Fremont , passed through the city yes-
erday on his way to St. Mary'a college in
Carman City , where ho will remain during
ho winter. The agency of TUB BKB ic
Tremont , which ho has for some t'mo BUC <
essfully handled , is loft in the hands o !
IH younger brother , and all of ita patron :
vill bo carefully horved.
"Your Spring blossom in a success. ]
ertninly think its effects are wonderful ;
ill the dysi optic hymptoms I complained
f have vanished ; my wife ia also enthusi
astic in praixe of it ; nho was disfigured
> y blotches nnd pimpl-s on her face , and
md a continuous headache. She in all
ight now , a ) d all unsightly erupt ons
i ve gone. You may refer any doubting
mrtieH to me. K. M. WIM.IAMBOX ,
"Elk street , Uulfulo. "
Price , 50 cents ; trinl bottled , 10 ienti.
[ 17-eocllw ]
Move in tlio Right Direction.
Of the property owners who arc
[ uttering and curbing Tenth street ,
x-Ald. "Jim" Slophonson is making
ho most complete job in front of bin
table on the corner of flarnoy street.
lo is putting in the best of Joliet
inarry stone , and will anticipate the
nuch needed work of paving the
treot , by paving in front of his prop-
irty to the street car track. At pros.
mt twelve property owners are curb'
m , ' , and the elnunazo ot the uppoi
oortion of the street will aoon bo am.
WORTHY OF PRAISE.
As a rule wo do not rocommenc
patent medicines , but when wo knov
af ono that really is a public boncfac
tor , and does positively cure , then wi
consider it our duty to impart that in
formation to all. Electric bitten ar <
truly a most valuable medicine , aiu
will surely euro .Billipusness , Fevo
and Ague , Stomach , Liver and Lidnoj
complaints , even where all others rein
ediea fail. We know whereof wi
speak , and can freely recommend ti
ail. [ Ex. Sold at 50 cents a bottle
Ish&McMahon. (4) ( )
"WINEOFOArtDUl" four times :
day inakca a liappy household.
MO. F. Ooodrom.
"Tho Itevoro House < ouucl Uluff
ia the boat second-class hotel in th
Boyd'i Oporn Houno-
Arrangements have been inaelo t
the manager of lloyd's ' opera lioui
with the U. P. railway to run a spi
clal train Monday , October 24th , 5
order to accommodate those dcsirin
to attend the grand opening. It i
also understood that arrangomonl
have been made with the B. & M
railway to run a special train froi
Lincoln on the same occasion ,
NOTICE AJtfrtleement To Loan , For S l
Lent , Pound , W nU , Boirillng. &c. , will be 11
sorted In these columnt ouco ( or TKN CKN1
| Ksr Una ; each subBcqucnt liucrtlon , MVECBN1
ixr lino. Tha flnt Insertion rmcr less thi
TO LOAN MONEY.
PONKY TO LOAN C U nt Law ( Mice ol I
M L. ThomM lloomS. Crclehton lllock.
To loan ullromb to luinr con
. . ' on pooj rcnl ejtt.tcsecur.ty , I
UK. ISAAC EDWAUDd 1109 Ftrnhain St ,
M a per rent 11
. . tcrcst In sums nf ? 2,600 an
upwards , for 3 to B yoart. on first-clam city an
( nn iperty. Bums HB L Emu and Lei
AHKMCT. 16th and Donates Sts.
. - - good machinists con gi
steady employment at rhopi ot
BEATON & LKA.
splSOG 25' Lincoln , Neb.
7 ANTED Dining reoni girl , northwest co :
ricr Capitol avcntieand 17th Sts. 303-1C
"ITTANTED A stout boy to t.\ko ore of horsi
\ V an < l work In store. Apply S. E. cornc
Ibth and Dodge fat * S02 20
40 acres land within 5 milts <
WANTUD , Improved or unlinprorcil. \ \
II. SPEIIA , Council lilufls , Iowa. 209-21'
VTTANTED Situation by a first-class
YY cook , had 20 j cars experience. At
F. O. , Bco office. 210-10'
A good girl to do general houst
WANTED small family , no children ; wages t
a competent girl $5 a week. 1712 Izard St.
ANTED Men and to ims by Duffy Bros ,
bot. Fnrnlmm and Douglason 8th St.
'YTT'ANTED To rent a farm by man and hi
YY two sons. Inquire at this olllco , or addrcs
N. Flury.Douglas St. , bet. llth nnd 1211 :
VITANTED By a lady , situation as house
YY keeper or will astist In light work tnafani
Hy. I Address this with Mrs. T. II. 0. . P. O ,
"ITrANTED By gentleman who < e wife wll
\ Y Join him In a month , a comfortable roon
and board. Location southeast ot the post otflc
preferred. Address Jerome , tliU office. 271-19
A cninpetont. cook ,
WANTED , will > fct Kootl waecs , at lfil <
Farnham bt. Koiio other need apply. 2SU-2
By widow lady with peed refer
WANTED place with light work. Care o
children prcfcrcd. Inquire at Y. M. U. A.
Good wa es to competent girl fo
WANTED housework , except washing. Mrs
Oell , He. Mary'a avenue and 20th St. 232-11
TBO furnished rooms In thi
WANTED of the Central School , on o
before November 1st. Address K. 11. U. , Pos
Ofllce , Omaha. 274-1P
To rent a furnished house nea
WANTED School , six or eight rooms , on o
icforo November 1st. Addrcsj K. R. U. , 1 * . 0.
-A good tinner. Steady employ
YT meat guaranteed the > cnr through ; thi
highest wages paid. JAMKM CI.KARV ,
260-10 Grand Island.
\\1 ANTED. ICO to 200 loads of dirt near 23d
VV and at. Mary's avenue. Enquire at Bet
\TtrANTEOl-ltOto2001ondsofillrt near 23n
YY and. fit , Mary'a avenue. Enquire at Bci
A couple good cylinder prcs
WANTED . Can find steady employment a
thia office. 27-tf
"IT7"ANTED Respectable employment by hus
VV band and wife. Address P. P. C. , Bee Of
Bee. - 077-tt
VJC-ANTED Housekeeper , 1109 Faruham St.
YY upstairs. 30-tf
TAN TED Girl at 2004 Dodge street.
Funding bridge and school bonds
WANTED Clark , Jkllovuo. M-tf
FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND.
I71UK KENT Five ui.furnlshcd looms tor lUh
JJ liOlieS'kceplng. flood JocUlcn , Enquire n
* .M. C. A. 30510'
RENT Cheap , on 2flth St. , between Tarn
FOB and Dou.la , one story and half house ;
urnl'hed if lequirud. Iriuulro ut once , W. C.
Uumhaui , at A. B. Ilubcrmann's Jewelry store ,
RENT Furnished front room on flrsl
FOR , at 317 17th St. , bit. Davenport air
Chicago. - 301-tf
RUNT A now fix.room housu with
FOR , enter nnd city water ; south east
sorner Webster and 21 t SU. P , J. CRKLDON ,
RENT Furnlshe rooms nt No. 10K
FOR street. 201-24 *
RENT House with 6 rooms and cellar al
FOR per month , pajable In advance Inquire
> t 1221 North luth St. , bet. Paul and .Shcrm.n.
171011 KENT t furnished rooms ovur JleJ
1 } chant * ' Exi.hangeN. K. ccr. Itlth and Dodgl
itreets. 2fjj > .tf
RENT A commodious brick residence
FOR S. W. cor. 10th and Farnham St. Foi
crms address Mrs. K A. Itncr , Tabor , Iowa.
BALK At nbout half prlca , my re * l
FdK pr ] > crty , n .e mlle from York , Neb , ,
10acres , fine Imuroteineiit- , trees ett , all new ;
) art on long time. UIIOS. F. Sl > VENP ,
spl307-21 _ _ . YorK , Nub.
HALE A beautiful re Idencu property ol
FOR a.'rca , with commodious house ; eight
> crt8 of orchard and ilneyard ; lo'otion flghtly
> nly two and a bat miles from poitolDce ; bur
[ bin. JOHN L. MtCAau'Eop | > . P.O. 9'tl
IpOR SALE Fine stock l rm of 400 acrev. goo :
| < house , cuttlo sued , orchard , tt' % wllli'r '
'jay rtach ol rallroa I. Price , (4,600 , part tlinc
it 6 tier cent. JOHN L. IfcOAUUt , opplt <
: 'o tortlce. ( Jio-t.
SALE A small house and 1 lot with goot
FOR anil alablo , on 20th , near bhcrimn St.
Ko 1S07. l'rlMl 50. 273-tf
T71OR BALE Chetp , Two Radl iit Homo itovei
1 ; in good condition , one & double hu-tur. Ap
) > ly at northcatt corner IDth and C llIoruU. B
BALE A lot of second hand furniture
FOR , carvo's and crockery ware , at II
Splglc , 1203 IK > uglos Sts. 2b6-lm
has rattling long lUita ot houses , loti
BEUIS aiid faruu tor sole Cell and ge
T7IOK S ALE Lvue and furniture at ft flnt chs
J ? hotel In a town ot 1300 Inhabitant * , In ( tat
of Nebraska ; has 24 beds ; the traveling men re
unrt. Inquire at BKE office. i8f
SALE A mail engine. B. W. Payne I
FOR ' make. In perfect osder. Inquire of II
ei. CUrk & Co. S6-tf
17IOR SALE Mips ol Douglas Mid Barpy our
Jj tics. A. UO.EWATER , 1620Farnbom street
SALE Fine stock farm of 400 acru
EOH house , cattle shed , orchard etc. , with
In easy n-voh of railroad. Price , | 4fcOO , uai
time at 6 JOHN U McCAGUK , Opp. Pos
1OR SALE A beautiful esldence property o
J } 20 acres with commodious house. Kigh
acres ol orchard and vineyard. Ixwttlou sightly
Only two and a hull miles from post office. Bar
K mi JOHN L.MCOAOUBOPP , P.O. w
"PWR SALE A good strong pony , well broV
Jj lo barnisM and * ddlo , El ant Seed itor
14th and DodgeHti. iSi-19
SPECIAL NOTICES Oontumed
> IUCK ron BALK.
) 203-tf BALK.ESTAnnOOK ft COK.
HALE 1 first class cabinet orpin , very
1 cheap : nearly new. Inquire Milton Rogers
A Son , 14th Mid Farnham St. _ 30-tf
J70H SALE Four acres of land near water *
JM worXs reservoir , also two cottages on Capitol
Hill. Add. ANDRUW BhVlNS.130fl DouglM St.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
AND LAND lleuiis rent * noun
HOUSES , hotels , farrr ots , fendi , offl
rooms , etc , See 1st page
rpAKKN UP A white speckled cow wl h red
| ear * anil noa and crooked horn. Owner
ran h&vo I ho game by calling at 1017 Howard St.
. 390-21 *
From my place , corner Hurt and ,
STRAYED , on Octohcr ISth , ono roan horwj
pony , 9 j cars old , brand on left hind quarter.
Anv whereabouts or return to me will be liberally -
ly rewarded. WALDE MAR HAXTIIOUSEN.
ass 20 *
A IjADV Wishes writing to do nt homo or In
A. an olllco , hvi hiul > otiio experience and con-
slilcrablo business Uct ; or will as-lst In light
homework and gho music lesions in a family *
Address ono week , .Mrs T. II. M. , P. O. , Omaha
WANTED-To sell complete Domes
tic Illblo. Besides some of the heat polling
business and social works In the world Extra
Inducements. Addiuw , C , 1C , Footo , 11 rcnco ,
Neh. _ 2S6-24
OEM'S CANVASS For Iwoks , you know ,
A will sell "I.lfu of I'r sident Oarflcld1
"Heroes of the Plains , " "Ilordcr Outlaws , "
"Laws of Business. " IKA WALDHON & CO. ,
st. Louis , MO. sc2fi < i wini *
) A now single Drcccnloodinggun bar
rcl at Florence Lake. The owntr can llnd
the samu hy applying at M. ahutte , gun smith ,
comer of llth and Farnham its. , nnd pacing
UP Dark lay home , white stripe In
T1AKEN about 16 jeas old. MOShS HAWKINS ,
1010 Chlciga St. 202-20 *
HE J. M. BRUNSWICK A BLAKE CO. , Keep
a complete stock nf Billiard Tables and Mm-
Hard mcr hindise on hand.at thclrttoro roamMi
South 10th St. , Omaha , Nch. ol2-lin'
R Will pay the highest cash
. price for second hand Illlliard and Pool
Tables. Call or address 609 South 10th St.
AND DOAliD A pleasant houio for
JL"\ ) the mtcr for three gontleuion , where they
can find the comforts ot a home. Reference ex
changed. Address 1 ! , lice olllce. 236-17
T > F.M1S' IJOOil. See 1st page.
TUIVA1'K INSTUUUflONS In KrenchvUor
JL man , Greek and Latin. Prof. Henry W
Meek , 1207 Jackson 9t _ P00-oc8
HAY At A. II. Sander's Feed Store
BALED Harnoy St. " S19-U
EMIS' REAL ESTATE EXCUANQE.-a
B Isipage. _
B EMIS1 "NEW CITY 1IAPS.2SO. Boo 1st paga r
CJHEEPKOU SALE 2600 fat wethers. AdO -
O drcea Anton Abel , Plum Creek , Daw-son Co. ,
OKTUNE TELLER AND-MEDIUM Mn
EJIza tells past , prcacnt and future In love
and all dfTairo. She reveals the deepest secrcUo
ho heart. She posarssea the magnetic pbwcrt3
f ulflll all your wishes. Call at No. 322 corner ICta
and Chicago street
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOT1CK. Special adtcrtlscmcntd , such as
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Bent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In this
column at ths low rate of TEN CENTd PER
LINE for the first insertion and FIVE CENTS
'EU LINE for each subsequent Insertion.
X'avc adv ertiscmcnts at our office , up-stalrc ,
torner Broadway and Main street ) , Council
ANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs lo
to take TUB UKE , 20 cents per week , de
Ivercd by carriers. Ollice corner Broadway and
Main , up Btalrs , Council Bluffs. 602-tf
TICKET OFFICE War In railroad
tickets continues to boom. Unprecedented
ow rates to all eastern polnta. Every ticket
( uarantccd. Orders filled by telephone. From
ono to ten dollars saved by purchasing ticket *
at C. A. Potter , successor to Potter & Pnlmcr , No.
to South Fifth street , Council Bluffy Iowa.
Boy , with pony , to carry papers.
WANTED at DKR office , Council Blutls.
To buy 100 tons 'broom corn.
WANTED address Council Illuffa
Broom Factory , Council Bluffs , Iowa. G5S-20tf
A eood carpenter at once. Ap
ply Myneter & Adams , Council duffs ,
A tlret-class hroom tier. Uayno
WANTED Council Bluffs , Iowa. COO SO *
A boy to do chorea at Mynstcra
WANTED , Council Bluffs. 001-28'
Good girl for general homework.
WANTED Uynstcr , Council Bluffs. CO'Mf
TTrASTED A situation by a first-clous miller.
YY Had 20 jears experience. Understand *
M and new processes. Sneaks Hn lUh ant' '
irriuan and acquainted ultli steam and water
iiwcrs. Canghetho best of reference. Will
omo on trial at any time. Address II. S. , Box
1511 , Council Bluffs , Ia. _ SU-28 _
fTIOR SALE Old papers 40e per hundred , at
I ] The Bee olllce , Council Blutfs. tc27-l (
to Contractors , Builders and
The undersigned having been appointed agen )
or the extensive Iron and wire manufacturing
louaea of E. T. Barnum , of Detroit , and tha
in-wel Iron Foundry and Works at Toledo ,
Ohio , capacity of 60 tona dally , Is prepared to
urnlsh estimates and prh-cs for Iron columns ,
tc. , ftc. , for Htore fronts , window caps and tills ,
hresholdplaUH , wrought Iron beams and gird *
rs , hydraulic delators , staple fittings , pufleya ,
liaftlng , Si. . ; also Iron fences , crenting , win-
aw guards , shutters , stairs , balconies , settees ,
halts , \aseg , acquarlums , fountains , summer
louses , lawn , garden and cemetery ornaments ,
low cr stand * , gra\e guards , Ac. , itin , cndleu
arlcty. Catalogues Kupnllod on application ,
HtNHY II. BAKUy ,
Manufacturers' Agent , 22 Pearl xtreet.
Cnunrll Bluffs. Inwa'
EDWAED KUEHL ,
IAQI8TER OF PALMVSTEUY AND CONDI'
'IONALIST , 498 Tenth Street , between Fiirnhatn
ndllainey. Will , with the aid of guardian
plrlto , obtain for any one a glance at the put
ml present , and on certain conditions In the ( u-
u re. Itaots and Shoes inado loonier. Perfect
latltfactlon vuarantred mi2l-lm
Made from Or pe CtttM Tartar. No other
arpatlon make * such light , flaky bet bread * ,
uxnrlous paitry. Can IK etten hy Dyipcpilo
Kltrout fear of the Ills iwultlng from heavy lodi
settlblo food. Hold only In cans , by all Grocer *
ROYAL DAKlNOirOWDKU CO1
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