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TH E DAILY BEE : tfATUKDAY SfiPTJBMBBJR 30
The Daily Bee.
Saturday Morning Sept. SO.i i
\Venthor Koport ,
ll'tie following ob'ervftllon * nre lakcn fit
' * amo moment of time ftt Ml tha st lloiu
, n UnpAnTMHfT , U. S. SioNALSicn. J
vies , UMAHA. BcpU 29 , ISM. ( Il5p.m. : f
Blrer6f < * t2 Inchci abe > elo wilcr mark at
Omaha , S feet 0 Inchei M YanVton. UUtlsrir-pl 3
l t o Inchei at U Crosix , and 4 feet 2 Inches at
LOCAL BttBVITIBS ,
There was a dcn o fof ? yeslcrday up
to 8 o'clock.
There Is nn Immenio amount of fmo
grapes In the market , nnd they are down
i : to five cents a pound.
Tbo colored man Travli , who was fir-
rested for cruelty to his wife was dlFcharg-
d M she refuted to proiecuto ,
The treasuror'a department In the
conrt house la qnlto busy making Hit ol
delinquent personalities , which under the
new law mutt bo finished by the lint ol
October. The treasurer after that date Is
compelled to collect taxes by levy.
The charming and ropular Fay
Tomploton has ngaln Hung her binner on
the outer walh , The paper put up yesterday
U among the prettlott of Iho season , nml
the forthcoming appearnnco of the Joung
ladywljl bo hailed with delight by all.
The county judcofor Douglaa county.
Hon. A. M. Chndwlclr , ha ju t completed
nn elegant llttla house on Park avenue and
loft yesterday for St. Johruburp , Vt. , on n
thirty dnjM leave of nbicnco. Judginj ;
fn > m nppoaranceH ho will after li la return
be "ft man of innny bundle * . "
The republican Btato ceiitr.it cnmmlt-
tee hold a tccond Fornlon nt their .head
quarters In the Mlllanl hotel nt ! ) o'clock
ycsUrday und fixed up n list of appoint-
mcntx for various speakers in tha Second
and Third congressional dlatrlctH for the
campaign. They then adjourned.
A.V. . Shenardson , who wan brought
up from Wymoro on the charRO of having
robbed a friend of nbotit $700 In jewelry
and monov lu the Kmmett houee. tbl.i city ,
waived examination and hlii bond for ap-
pcaranco nt the next term of court WAX
fixed nt J3CO. Ho thought ho could road I-
ly nccura this ball , but up to latest acoountu
had not doiio eo.
In the police court yesterday two
plain drunlis were arraigned. One pa'J
and ona was dlicbargcd , O. Hull , who
Las th * racket nt the Bellot uo house last
I' } ll night w&s fined (20 nnd costs nnd talks ol
an appeal. Mary Pertholas , was lined $1
and costa f jr diachargeug n shot gun with
in city limits. Bho shot at a dog. I * .
Murtln was arrested for leaving exposed
the carcam of n dead horno. He will bods- !
charged upon pajiuent of $ (5 ( , tbo price
charged the city for having the dead ani
mal hauled away.
The party given by the Omaha Miuu-
nerohor at the hall Thursday waa a very
delightful one. About fifty ouiiplex were
present and dnnclnc ; lasted until 1 ! o'clock ,
refrohmcnts bclmt enjoyed during tha
nvening. The Hinging of this popular
oclety was unusually fine , especially the
pfoeo entitled "Dio Welt 1st HC > Sohocn. "
The playing of Prof. Hohr , ono of the
finest masters of the violin in the west
elicited the greatest admiration and n , > .
pUubO. It waj a charming party In every
An adjourned special mealing of Iho
board of education was hold nt the Union
Pacific ticket cflicc , In the Millard hotel ,
at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mesn < ,
Connoycr , FergMnon , McHhniic , PolntH null
Prualilent Long were present. The special
building aommltteo reported in favor ol
giving the contract fur two new school
hoasea to Hoc & Hal' ' , carpenter work *
ITurtwell & Co , , brickwork and plastering
H. Lehman , pointing nnd glazlug ; A
Burmelaler , tin work. Tiio president am
ntcrctaty were authorized to make the cou
tract. The building * arti to bo complotoi
November 15 , ono to be an nddltlou to thr
West school , and the other an addition tc
the Harttnnn Hohool.
ScnJ f or printed ) > ricc Hit nnd xnnptci o
Jt kinds .f Job work to the ALLKN
PUINTINC ; CO , , job printers , and pub
llnhers " 11UKAL NKUUASICA. " The
American Cattle Journal. LIVK STOClv
piintlng K ipcclalty. Nos. 218 and 20 , S
14th St. , Omaha , Neb. nopSOine-eodi'w
There was n row among the "cats'
who Hvo e it of the Metropolitan hole
but night , and three of them , all of whose
names nre familiar In pallce records , wen
arrested nnd lodged In jail. The roa
ctlenders , howoNer , are said , ua nau&l , U
have etcapod ,
A prominent delegate ta the rapubl !
can ttite convention took n wnlk ilowt
Twelfth tticvt the other night , and meet
ing one of the "nc rlet" women wa
honeyed over with words and career
until hit pocket-book , containing ? 175 , wa
worked out.of his pocket. He refuted t
queal on the woman for fear of his nam
being made public.
A Dumber of our soldier buys wh
went to Council Bluff * yesterday to a <
tend the veteraub1 reunion , will now arr.v
themiiclvM on the Anti-monopoly side o
the house. They purchased ttcketi , whic !
bad coupons attached , to carry them eve
tha street car Una to the fair ground * . 0
arriving nt the tramfer , they found on
ttreet car to transport about 301 of thei
uo town , ftLd the result was moil of thai
hid to Loaf it. The money was paid ft
t.o ticket * all the name , aud as tbo ral
read company only pay * for coupon * take
up , the gieat monopoly pockela the caul
And laughs in Its slerye at the losers.
directions for ever
use are given with the Diamond
For dyolng Mosses , Gratsu ,
Ivory , Hair , etc ,
Who Follow the Ignns Faluns
of Woman Suffrage ,
Ileotlonof Ofilcora for the Nntlonnl
XVomnn EnlTrnRe Con
At the cloto of the reception at the
'ax ton last night a meeting of the
xccutivo committee was held , which
looted thn following ofliccrs for the
nsuinq year :
omcnin or IIIR N. w , , A.
Vice 1'iesltlentn t I.nrgc MnllliU Jo -
vn ( iflKc , Plxubo W , Con ? in ? , Mtatourl ;
Ulvmpin Ilrown , Wlrconsln.
VICE I'liMWr.NTrt Helen Martin , Ar >
kanuM ! I/anri DcForco ( iordon , Caltfur-
U ; Audit 0. Avrry , Colorado ; IMlierA ,
ewott , Connecticut ; Mary A. .Stewart ,
Delaware ; Belva A , I/ockrrood. D. C. ;
.tarlattn . V. Hone" , Dakota Territory ;
Elizabeth lioyntjn Hnrbvrt , Illlnou ;
telcn M , fJoiiRar. Indiana ; Jana C , Me-
Cloney , Iowa ; Sarah A Brown , Kan-
an ; Halllo Clay Bennett , Kentucky ;
Jllzilictli Ii uaxon , houlnlana ; ] Cllcn
' Foster , Maine ; Kebecca Wlllam ! %
ndlana ; Hartietto Hliattuclf , Man . ;
fnnnio Holdcn Fowler , Mich , ; Harah
iurRCrH teams , Minn. ; Virginia lj Minor ,
tttisouri ; Clara llewlck Colby. NebraKkn ,
lannah It Olapp , Nevndu ; Kllra J C Oil *
icrt Now Ilompshtre ; Cornelia C Hut-
r , Now Jcrney ; LUHo D Ulakc , Now
Yoik ; Harha K. Willlame , Ohio ; Abigail
3c lt Uunway , Oregon ; Matilda Hind-
man , IVn sylvauln ; Anna K Aldrlch ,
Uhode Inland ; Kliztbeth Arcoy Mirl-
wotlicr , TenneMce ; .lounlo licauchamn ,
exa. ; Kmmollne 11 WclliUtalu Lyrtla l
Putn .in , Vcnnont ; Sally liolly , VlrKinia ;
Ablilo II Sttmrt , Wn hlnRton Territory ;
, \UTA Hjwi Wotcott , Wisconsin ; Mary B
. 'o t , Wyoming Territory. ,
KxKOtTivu COMHIITKChairman , May
Wrlclit S < wall , Ind ; liucl 1) McCIuntr ,
Mi. ; Tnuleo M Oliver , Ark. ; Surah Ji
Cnox-ioodrcli ( ! , Cal. ; Isabella 1'eecber
looker , Conn. ; Harriet 1'nrvl" , I ) . O ;
reline B WInjW , I ) . C. ; Louho Uago
3an > cnter , Dakota ; Jtov. Ullz * V Wllkec ,
) akota ; Harah K Lute" , Kanta * ; Annlo O
Walt. Kanaan ; Mary 11 Clay , Ky. ; liar-
let I1) KeallDK M , D Louiiana ; Clmrlotto
V. Thomax. Me. ; Harriet II lloblxon ,
| In . ; Cordelia A Bite" , Mich ; Annlo
rvlnc. Mo. ; Jonnlo J liolmcn , Neb : Mrn ,
I'ocum , Neb. ; Manilla M lllckcra. N. II. ;
ilary 1'owcrs Killoy , N. II , ; Kcv. I'hoebo
A funllfo d , N. S. ; Clemenca Lozlcr , M
J N. Y. ; Clara Nlomnn , N. Y. ; Ausuuli
Mllrnthal , N. Y. ; Helen M hoder , N.
iT. ; Martha M Brown , O. ; M. Adeline
I'fiompnon. ! ' . ; Mm , Julia Konfi-r. 1'a ;
Elizabeth Ii llinckloy. U. I. ; Oina Iiugh-
inie. Vn. : Mrs. A. J. I'aiUIock , Utah ;
jnrah A Hicbunls , Mia' .
lUiooitniNii SKOIIETAUIKH lUlcii H Shel
don , D C ; Julia T Foster , IV K I'carl
Adamn , 111 ,
Coninwro.NDiNii SKCiiLTAnv llachel ( J
t'oator , I'onn.
KOIIKION COIIUXHI'ONDINO SKOHUTAIIV
/arollne A lilpg" . Knibnd ; Iydia K
.eckcr , Kng'and ; Mine Do llaran , L'ari ;
iillrn Clark Sar ont , Germany.
TliKASuiuiii Jane I1' Si Ifiird , D C
UUITOIIS lluthaml W F Dcnnuon , I )
The Phantom Pnnooaf * .
Miss Annie Eva Fay , who
roligiovs illustrated lecture on & pi ritu
alism on Sunday evening , at Boyd'o
opura house , should draw a largo and
appreciative audience. An exchange
says of the lady :
"Mirs Fay has been Uio theme of
column after column of flattering edi-
oriala from the English preen , and
ioth English and American critics
agree that she stands unrivaled in her
loculiar line , us Iho best exponent of
ihonomoiml opiritualism now before
ho world , Mian F y is a protege
? rof. Cook's , the great English scion-
1st , oho ranks nmonn her most inti-
nato friends many of the great writers
md thinkers ot the world , su-Ji an
iradlaugh , John Bright , the Duke of
Sdinburjala and others , who nil
acknowledge her wonderful and nmr-
rolous power. Miss Fay will iircsont
ior Boanoo that rhe gave before the
loyal society of England , and under
ho same strong crucial teat conditions
as when for throe months she filled the
[ uoon's concert rooms nnd the crystal
lalaco , Sydonhnm , with thn elite of
ashionablo London. Wo bespeak a
crowded house and a well pleased
.udionco of our best citizens to Rroot
Fay , aa undoubtedly will bo the
Mr. Jamoa Tracy , omployo of the
Union Pacific local froluht depart-
nont of thii city , was married lo Misa
Annie Moore , of Davenport , Iowa , on
.ho 20th inst. , at the brido'u home.
They arrived in Omaha at 7:20 : p. in
Thursday , and were mot at the U. P.
depot by u few of their many friends ,
who greeted them with hearty hand
shakes and tunny well wishes. James *
wedding has been look d for lo ! this
many months , but sly Jim has ut laot
broken the ice and proven to Inn com *
[ > anions liia indomittiblu will and
rico-liko resolution tint hu would no
longer refrain from the plcimirc ? ol
married life , though ho should be
bound by Hymen's ' chains nnd thrown
into the diamal stvampa of matrimony.
"May lunlth mid wealth upon them nblne ,
May the frulU ( Invo around them twlnu. '
Djinia Vr , Dtvis. Appeal from
Douglas county , AHirmod. Opinion
In 1804 , certain real cstato in the
eity of Omaha * as purchaaod by the
wife of T. , the coneidoration therofoi
paid with her own money and tin
title thereto taken in her name. Shi
afterwards convoyed to U. in trus
for her children. In 1870 one 1 }
commenced an action by nttachmen
against T , , and caused < no real estati
in question to bo levied upon as be
longing to him. Afterwards judgmen
was rendered against T. , thu property
sold as hi , and a shcriirs deed there
for made to 1) . , who thereupon com
menoed an action against D , to quid
the title , and for a decree that the
property upon which the attachment
was levied in fact belonged to T
Hold , that T. had no Interest in the
property liable for his debts , and the
action was properly dismissed.
Motions for rehearing were over
ruled in the following case/ ;
DoraDlotrick vs. Railroad company ,
Hansom vs. Kihmela.
School district No. 0 vs. school dis
trict No. II , Hamilton county.
Bonordiu vs. Dresser ,
1'ottit vs. Black ; Like Oh. S. dis
Atkins vs. Atkins ; appeal from Lan
caster county ; decree modified. Opiu
1. After a cause is submitted to tb
court on the merits , it ii too Into to
raise the objection that the b'll ' of ex
ceptions was not prenptited tt < thu nd-
verso party for correction nnd atnuiid-
mcnt , bcforo being signed by the
2. Dccrf o for alimony modified by
educing Iho snmo from 5,600 to
3,000 , nnd an allowancn for attor
neys' fcoa and expenses from $2,000
o § 1,000.
Homford'i Aolil Phofiphntft
AH A NRKK FOOD.
Dr. J. W. Smith , Wellington , 0. ,
ays : "I have used it ndvantnpoouily
n impaired norvou supply.
K. V. Momirmn went eait Thursday.
JuJga Thurstnu and wife have gone to
Col , .1 , M , Wolfe returned from Djnver
Col. Clmrlcs G. Van Horn , of Now
York , ts at the Paxlon.
Tlmberlino Jonen wa ! an east-bound
passenger Thursday ,
K. 11. Balllman has returned from a two
weeks' visit lo Chicago ,
H. M. Horseman , of Iho U. 1' . freight
auditor' . ) oflice , Imi gone to St. Joseph on a
Tom Orr , private secretary in Iho office
of the general manager of the Union PA-
cillc , relumed from the east Thursday.
Mlsi Mtggto J. Truland reluraod homo
yeiterday after a two months' recrea
tion at the principal numnier resorts of the
Mips Lizzie Ke.V.hloy , an accomplished
young belle iof Mt. Vernon , Iowa , who
has been visiting her sister In lhl city ,
Miss .Nellie , returned home yesterday
Mr. Scolt Brown , a [ well-known IOWA
fanner , residing at lied Oak , was in Ihe
cily Thursday , accompanied by Mrs.
Irown , and honored THE BEE with a call.
1) . S. Wngnor , npcchl agent for the Im-
iciial Insurance company , of London , for
Cobraakn , Kaneos and Iowa , ifl in the cily
in btiiincBB , and bin friend * are trying lo
lersuado htm la locale here.
Mr. Julius Keatner , Ihe enterprising
irinlcr , book binder and musician , has
; ono on a trip to St. Lou ! ? , to ceo Ihe
'Veiled I'rophcts. " Ho will , alio , during
M3 nbscnco vWt hia old home , St. Geneva ,
Mr. I' , J , Ai.der8on , a ( successful r.ud.
voll-to-do fanner of La I'orte , Ind , , is in
hu city , making a short slay , eu roulo to
Colorado. ] Io In an old friend and play-
nato of our well-known nnd highly
esteemed citizen , ] Judge Anderson , whoce
inert ho li duringhlastay iuthoGate Cily ,
Horiy Hlhbard , Iho well-knpwn allacho
of Patoroon Bros. ' Fifteenth street store ,
reciivcd a letter counselling himHto
hereafter "conduct himself with Iho dig-
lily becoming the uncle of u fine boy. "
tfcxt lo being the father of a fine boy ,
) eing uncle in Ibo best , and Harry besw
iin new honor with becoming modesty.
Charles G. Treat , U. S. A. , h al the
. 'nxlon ,
Simon Khan , of Chicago , h at Iho
Wm. Liddell. of Belfast , Ireland , is at
J. C. Post , of Colummis , la at [ the Met-
James It. Smith , Blair , Neb. , h at the
Hon. T. M. Marquett , of Lincoln , is at
Colonel K. V. Simmer , U. S. A , , ii at
W. II. Mallory , of Ft. McKIimey , W.
T. , is at Iho Metropolitan.
W. L. Whlltemoro , Long Tine , Neb. , U
t Iho Metropolitan.
Mr. Charles J , Mayer , of Chicago , In
falling frlenda in this city.
0. W. Crabbs , of Fremont , and V.
Moody of Florence , are at the Metropol-
M. B. Leavitt and Tony Pastor's united
combination , twenty-four neople , are stap
ling at Iho Millard.
C. M. Shedd and wife , Beatrice ; Gco.
W. Best , D. D. Miner , Lincoln ; W. A.
lornutt , Nebraska City , are at the MIL
T. M. Mouslck , Kearney ; C. U. Orahba
andlL S. Putly , Fremont ; JOH , Slither-
and , Sidney ; C. S. Stewart , II. P. FCH-
ter , Lincoln ; J , W , Haa * and wife , Sid
ney , are at Iho Paxlcn from interior No-
Leu Mead , the brilliant yimng jaur-
nallot aud author from "tho Ilub , " ln n-
; agcd In writing a romance , to bo published
in Kurial form , thu msene f which U l.ild
In Omaha , and which will tmbody much
uf till * city's early history.
Mr. W , N , JumUun , of the Burlington
Mluouil , who has played first base fi r
their nluo fur u lon time , nnd mib o.
"luently played In the field , owing lo an
accident by which ho was partially disa
bled , did not accompany the nine on Its
Culorail ) tilp , anil fur very good reamn.
He is as clllclenl In tha ticktt departu cnt
us on i ha diamond Held , aud just before
the B. k M , nine left Omaha WAS tendered
a position which wai eo complimentary
and to much of a promotion that he could
not dc cllne it. Mr. Jarniaon will irmko hi *
mark yet in the railroad world , or wo are
much mistaken In the man ,
Nervous debility , the curse the
American people , immediately yields
to the notion of IJrown'a Iron Bitters.
SLAVEN'S YOSEMITE COLOGNE
M do froir the wild flowera of th
KAH * AMKD YOSEMITE VALLEY ,
it is the moat fragrant oi perfumes ,
Manufactured by II. U. Blaven , San
Francisco. For sslo in Omaha byf ,
J. Whltohouso and Komiaia iiros , ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , OMA-
1IA , NEB.
Tables supplied with the best tha
market aitords. The traveling public
claim they got bettor accommodations
and moru general satisfaction here
than at any other houto lu Omaha.
Uato , % ' ,4 per day. aug21tfm
- Buoklm'u 'Arnica Balve.
The Bust BALVX In the world for Out ; ,
Bruises , Bore * , Ulcerr , talt Kheum , Fe
var Boroa , Tetter , Chipped Hands , Chll
bl&lns , Corns , una all kln eniptioru , and
p-jditlvely euros Ilea , It Ii guaranteed tc
give aatlsfftctfou I oaey nlundod ,
Prioo , 25 cant * per ex , if or solo .br.vQ ,
V , Goodman
Action on the Complaints for
Equalization of Taxes ,
Mason find Dixon'a Line
of Oinabt ; .
The Electric Unlit Company Arc
Authorized to Go Ahoutl.
An adjourned inciting of the city
council was hold last evening at which
nil the members \vcro present except ,
Oa motion the council reiolved
UJUMITTEI : ov TIIK WHOLE ,
with Mr. Belim in the chnir , to dls-
M O of the complaints laid before the
council when sitting as a board cf
THE UKDICAl , CuLLEOE.
The complaint of Richard 0 Moore
on behalf of the Omaha medical college -
logo , claiming exemption from tnxa-
lion on the ground thbt it was an in
stitution devoted wholly to education
al purposes and came under Sao. 2 ,
Art. 9 , Coach of Nobraakn , and Sec.
2 , chap. 77 , p. 400 , Statutes of No-
braaka , was on motion not considered.
In the matter of the complaint of
Doxtrr L. Thomaa , that lots 8 and 0 ,
block 2 , in subdivision niadu by Per
kins , are aflBctsod too high. Filed.
In the matter of the complaint ot
Joseph Barker , the assessment of w.
\ lot 1 , block l.TJ , wua reduced from
§ 1,500 to $1,000.
The complaint of diaries M. Lord ,
in the matter of the assessment ot
the personal property of Margaret A.
Lord , wna referred back to the coun
cil for further notion.
The complaint of Ferdinand Streitz ,
that lota 1 , 2 , 3 , 22 and 2tt , llnrtraan'o
addition , assessed § 75 each for the
first four , and § 50 for the fifth , are
valued too high , was filed.
So also waa tbo complaint of S.
lleichcnborg in regard to middle J lot
2 , block 121 , raised from § 1,000 to
SI,850 , and ona in regard to several
lota in Nelson's addition.
On motion the committee rose and
reported their action to the city coun
A rcccsE of five uiinutua was taVon ,
during which Me. Corby was called
upon ior a woman uutTrMgo speech.
The report of the committee of the
whole wrj then : ulupu.d ,
UESOLOriO > H.
By McGuolciu : 'Irawn the pay of
the deputy city marshal to $70 per
month , aamo an the police force. The
city attorney was directed to drayup
ouch and ordinance
By Ivsnfaiann : Instructing the city
marshal to request the county com
missioners to grade all the approaches
to .tho streets and alleys along Thir
teenth street. Adopted.
By Herman : Instructing the chief
of fire department to take down bcx G
and placa it on corner of Thirteenth
and Pacific. Adopted.
By Oorby : To make all crosswalks
on Sixteenth street running north
and south five feat wide.
Referred to committee on streets
By Oorby : That II. Knowlos bo
permitted to place earth on Dodge
street between Eighteenth and Twen
tieth ; not to exceed 200 yards to boeo
By Thrano : To purchase 17,000
yards of earth at not to exceed ten
cents per yard , payable from the sewer
fund , to protect the South Omaha
Sewer ; provided , that the ordinance
to grade Ninth , Eleventh and Twelfth
Btronta bo passed.
Quito a discussion arose over the
adoption of this resolution , in which
the old question of the equal division
of favors between north and South
Omaha figured pretty largely , one
member declaring that Dodge street
MARON AND IUXON's LINK
of Omaha , and others asserting that
they know no such division.
The resolution was amended , limit
ing the matter to 20,000 ynrdsjind
placing the amount in the hnnda ol
the board of public works.
An ordinance setting aside $4,000
from the sewer bond fund , series one ,
for the protection and repair of thu
sowcra , was read twice and referred.
An ordinance extending the tire
limits BO ES to include the north hall
of block 173 , Omaha , v/aa read and ro-
ferrod. This runs to the alloy be
tween Jackson and .Tone : , Thirtccntl
and Fourteenth streets.
An ordinance requiring lot 8 , block
8 , to bo filled was pained.
An ordinance ru-eztnblishing the
curb line on Eighteenth atroot be
tween Himioy street and Capita
avcnuo was passed.
An ordinance re-establishing the
curb lines on Seventeenth between
St , Mary's and Capitol avenue was
passed , Mr. Bohra not voting , am
Messrs. O'Koefu and Thruno voting in
Au ordinance regulating the con
struction , widening and repair of side
walks , and providing for the levy o
taxes therefor , was read and referred
An01 dinanco authorising the North
western Electric Light company to
erect and maintain wires and poloa
along the public highways of Omaha
on certain conditions , WAS passed ,
An ordinance establishing a grain
hay and produce market on Twenty
first street , between Burt and Oum
ing streets , was passed ,
An ordinance amending tha prdin
anco regulating the construction o
areas and stairways was defeated by n
votu of C to 4.
When baby has lhu at dud ol night ,
Uotberln ( rifbt , fatherIn.a plight ;
When worin do bite , baby rauil cry ,
II fern sell In , bibymuit die.
II croupjr pitni kill Leonora ,
In taat homo the till no C ltorl ,
For inothcra learn without delay ,
G aitorla cures by Bljht and day.
The "Hawthorn Centennial Excelsior
colsior Hoof Faint , " was patented Ma ;
24th , 1881 , and otters patent num
> cr 241 , 803. Any person found or
cnown to tamper with the manu-
actnro of said paint will bo punish-
d to the full extent of law. Ko per-
on has any authority whatever to sell
cceipta. HAWTHORN & Buo. ,
Lancaster Pa ,
JDDQE JAMES NEVILLE.
That QonUotunn will Hucceocl Judge
Snvngo In the Third District.
It has been known for tome timn
hat lion. James W. Savage content-
> latcd resigning hin neat upon the
> ench cf the Third district. Wo
carnfd authoritatively last evening
hat his icnignation had been tendered
and accepted by tiov. Nance , to take
effect Oct. 10.
The governor authorizes Iho an-
miomioeinont that lion , James Ne
ville , of Omaha , will bo hin oucces-
or. That gentleman ii widely
cnown and highly qualified for the
petition , and the appointment will
; ivo universal satisfaction. Owing to
, ho innufliciont time there will be no
election ordered to fill the vacancy at
ho coming election , nnd the ap-
lointco will hold until a uuccreaor
3 elected next year. State Jour
KF.IIDI.VOH , Ktt > sn Snlro lias proved its
flictency by n teal of 75 jcars' ounntant
u e. Try It.
1C ) LOAN MOMtY
. TO I CAN Uu chattel inortKuvo 'o-
MU.NKY . A. U. Tuttun , No. 11516 U.iOKUi
Irect , Iront rcom , Ui-tUlr. | . 435'tt
OJJE7 TO LOAM Ctllot LanUfflcoof D.
M1 L. Ttiotniui Ho3"n R
TO JUUAA At H per oauMl.
_ _ _ . _ ) tfereet In snro9tc ( 12,200 Mn
upwards , for S to C youra , on firtt-clrttti city nt
form property. HIKM ( liii , Kcr/.ra nnd I. nit
AHjnroT. Uth nd Dfiuvlan Htf.
" \TrANTKD A colored citl for irenoial h us
YV w ik. In a email family luqulni at 1611
Joins strout , bet em Fifteenth and H x o nth
Mr ets. tlWf
l A flrsjc'ais lurli > r BtKearnoj ,
W Htbra k . ID , QAINKS.
AftTt.1 ! A lad 12 cr Ib j Cirs uU U | ; ilv lu
W Dr. Dcnlro Ko 1114 h'irnatu Ht. U8-2Jt
Athiroughly coa.p totitgln'or
WANTIIJ waihlng > n'lf nli ff. fUf rencu
cqulred 1310 L'avenpirt 8 : . bet Ibth and 14tx
ANTED Comiittent girl In f.unlly cf Ihrto
vANTED \ . lOihVtbjter. . tici : 0 |
' . ) Young man between the ago of
WANTl'.I 'JO Ji-vf' , toork on a fruit and
egctable farm , Oonnan , Huule or liobcmiau
> ri > ferrcd. Addreu C. H , Kggluton , Ash and ,
Hf ANTED A girl for central hou39crl ; .
YV Oaod wa c3 Hi I be paid. Ctiai. TUck
Eage ! llousu. fC7-29t
Oo dirlrl 'nrcenrril hr.mcwuk
rifciCLCj rum red. Apuli at 1923 Fur ham
JreO. _ BU-29
ANTKUA R'Tvan' f Irl for n ncr l hou > e-
W uoik. A | > nly 101 LloJ c aud 2.-J b-.io.t.g
> ANTKO Tno or lour won wno u.i'N rj And
W dltcalng , 10 miles out. QooJ V\agct , lu
rplio ArlcuiaiM. Clarke , 2113 Ilar.ey tilrci t.
A competent lrl an cook and
laundroes. lira. W. J.L'onncll , tit. Mary's
aycnuo , opp. ( .onvcnt. ' D74-II
ANTKD-A girl at DIS north 14th s'.ract.
ImmBdlitelj' , an A Mo. 1 uhl o
WANTED rtocinwr nccdapr'y.VaxcaJ17 '
Ecrweok and pornian.-nt Jjb. Aildio.s to Louis
ayir , North 1'lottj , hao. 676-Mf
WAKTED Imini.lutfly , a jrcoJ pnctORia-
plicr , carable 11 fating charge of a galle
ry. ApplytoJ.lt. llocllfr , Grind Iiland , No
branka. US 'JQt
Two men f .iood nddrcts to cm
WANTED iid null sp ciUtica. Htoady employ
mcnt to gold men. call 121 south lOtb ttruu ; .
- boy lo as'Ut t Cigar and
WANrttD-Strart Ooul rcferenc.H rtqulred.
Apply "r. F. " Ilia otDco " ICl-tf
/ A n'l fcL - nrrl fFrh' .
W bvcnuo. ilrs. J. HCounsjan. 661 tf
PANIL'D 1 good girl ImmcdlaUly at Occl-
W dc : cil Hotel. Wl-lf
W M gin utthe Omaha tnuse.
W ANNED By a yonrg lady , sitintlon as
clerk or lopyibt. Can lurulsh giod refer-
ci C-H. Addrops "K. H. " 1721 Uod o btroct ,
Ono good minaxjcr. Steady work
WANTIID good pay , ( rcfurcnuu * rt | uirud. )
Applv at 218 N. ICtli btrct't , up-etairs , room G.
\-\rANTED-AtlhB Nationalist * ] at LI coin ,
W One No. 1 finulo co.k wouto" . Btst of
wgc will be laid. 129-tf
) ti'/Jjirivj ibu.tii , cinl.s ind cttt ,
WAMKL lo clutn vitli baxltii ) Vault r.rd
Slni CU'anur , the beat In aw. A. LVMII L. Co. ,
iinnui IVOcI Dcd 'K " 'root , Onuhu.
. 1WU i I II.no mlir t Ifclilur
WAMI.U .It.i Addrttv IT Port
HMU olHce. t 9-tf
WANTKO Sltua'lon byyounjf Udycf rx-
I criciicu todog rer > l l.ouic oik. Ilu'er-
enccs tlvtnil nnutr l , Ad rcm lilfi a.itli Ut.
\ITANTED Situation by an nperlensd crok.
VI ornnily coji ut the Jl.lUrd.ddrnxa
"Hccil , " Htf otiku. Ui-tl
Hoomn aui . oird. If prhnte
WANTED lo takoone or two boarder * ,
will s nU thiir ailcrce : to the \Vyman ConiurcUl
College , student tu.kln < lioirJ cr rocms will i <
offered for them A J WYJIAN. (110tl _
"IITANCKU-U ) rd a'd roomn for tf peraorv ,
YV self , wile and ralld. Aildnt. lrli ttr.ti
( I J Hn > nttlcj _ Olrt-'lO'
ANiHi-U.rUt 1U13 llovtard > live. , mutt
bu a L'joJ cook , naihemtid Ironc-r.
. ' ) Tj work lor board. A ) ouu <
WA.M'hl YI h excellent re ercnctu attundlui ;
liool In ihocity..dditws W , U A , beoOffice.
'XTT'AI.TKO TJ Kent a firoiklreiuy Mockel
Vnd provided with Imuleweut , am well quil.
IflcJ to conduct a largo form , Addr en T. R , W.
Omi-ha Ntb. 683-21) ) '
\TrANTKU-Cottace nl 4 rooms by OctolcrSlh
AddrtM Tenant II je OUlce. _
A'-.out KO rr 1,000 jards dirt.
WAJJTND at Krtb' Vlurgir Wcrki , Joned
It reel , bet , llth and loth. _ 4Sa-t'
FOR RENT-HOUSES AND LAND.
"OOK HUNT A h'u e llh n ti roaon ne ly
J } ptlctedandi-apvrod. b.V. . corn r cf 13UI
hud Chlcno trcit. C. AXFOtlD ,
T70K UKNT Cottage with5 room * an 1 cellar ,
_ L Amp'eerouudi , ktable , f crn FarthamSt.
corccrViJ. tea rxUnJod. Apfly t } Uei. vy ,
Uoane. C05-2 _
T7AOU 11KNT FuroMed n'co larje ; south ( rout
1 } rcoia , I6 < H F rnam street. D11-2U *
UFNT A nicely furnlihed aouth room
FOR rrtvlige ( f bathroom and board , at 1911
ParnamSt. 601 601
T7OB KENT t'urnUheJ rcom * at 014 cuth
JJ litb ilrett , bct e n llo rd knajaclaou
tit tide , wltbla 8 blocks south cf * araaui St.
I OR KENT New cottage six rooTione block
1' weitcf end of rod car line , fin a mouth.
OM-fB A , C. WAKtLT.
T71OR RKNT Nlcly furnlihcd roonn ejnven-
JL1 lent lo bnslnem , 1020 rarnliam &l. 07 ( f
K * FT House of 4 roirns. Kail lot , ? 5 h
JTICin Ch'upo tJtt. Stotkdtle. M3-301
TjlOU IIF.ST Furnlnhid room at 614 south 14th
J ? ttrett , betn ejn Uonrard and Jackeon , t t
17Or Kt.S'T A hon > of ( Lr < M ti'OmJ. Inquire
J1 N\VOor. _ 14thJoiiM _ _ _ _ 83-tf
RKNT Hful 3 rocinl with kitchen ,
1 rwntty an ! closet. 1131 Sherman nrrnue ,
nmr U P. shops. f.73 21
TJ10K KKNT-A tm llhame In Melsop'i tddl-
JJ tlon. Inquire it EdhoImA , F.ricki n's.
17011 Iir.NT FmnUbMl ft Bnlurn'dnod rcrnn
JJ at 1110 J ckion at. between Hthitnd IV.h
O HOT A stcro tn Dilcoralo block , nn
inth ttreet , near Datcr.pjrt. ft . D
rpoa WU 8F Hlx buslntss Icta oh the corner
J. ol lOtli nml I ) > vtnpott kt ccts , altoscfier or
to ) orate. Also aljo.ulty tc.IJtnco. Inquire on
pr.inlir ; . 411-9)
lAtga nfllcci on Fartiam strrot
J. Applr ta John II K. Ixhnmnn A Co. 472-1
TIOOM3 FOU RENTKntnlshcd or unljrn.
JLIditd. . wllh baud , a072 , ojjuir lUih olid
California HIR MaitnlelUller 485 U
rnEI UOtMbS KOll RKNTmall anil larjH
JL. lour to cloven rooma each ; one or two tuw
cntx. DUMIS , Atent ,
Ie83-tl _ Uthand Douglaum
J7 OR RKhT Furnished rooms ol 1717 IAU
JJ ttciet , bet. 17th and ISth. 4GG-tl
I.1OH Ilf.M 1 urocery store , cur , lUth .ttee
JJ and Capitol at cnue. Apply on ( .remise * .
SOa-U _ CHAS. NhUKK.
1701 IIBNT An ulrginty lurnUhed front
[ < room , one block fro u U. P. or U. and 11 ,
headqcarrera. lerms ? 16 , etilctly In advance ,
Audre'S "Old. " cireof
UL"1 for ICUO ( Ht * 5-W peraunum , inch
fnratermof joirs. at 'Oraui.-e Oro\c
a > l ] ( nine : Uanscom Purk ou the went ,
llvtt mlnuto * wallr from a reel earn , Money ran
1'ouhtnuib.l to build with , by persona loiwlcp
tbffte lotu at ! ( L'nUr rttn * .
JAMVaF. MOUTOK ,
tH3tf " 'i uraivKx. nfllct 1515 Far nam Street
Y7IOK UKNT linen Moro. Irqulra at Drug
J. 8'cre , C.THCI loth Hin 8to. ' (20-tl
IOll H Nl Iw.i h.w . wo other
F K < i In iloulrable looillty , by McKoon
No. 1/111 / liinii'li < Min t sn.tr
tiAitLY 5tV II iittburnnr parlor itov tnr
< T w.l ixehinifo lor bujrey. V. E. T.
e'tllco. ' OH r
> ) . rtv'.l ' < n aituont now Invincible Nn. 4
VOD.I t ii and wood ttixe. Inquire at 1823
rfiionrti- ' . Ol5-t (
LrUi.Nl It'll * . UnHAl > h Atnuy p.lc ; uiust
1 050 U lu o oo. Fa lly breaking up IIOLSO-
kcepiiu. Dnunelu and Ingrain cupels , na nut
clnii Iior furniture bidding , coctor tables 8
h nitric s'oves , dlnl g nud Kit b n furniture ,
2013 0 aj btrcci. House f jr ruut ; 8 rcom * .
_ _ _ _ J12-M
ITlOll RALK A horau ; i.ew lu : y ur.d 511 ir
JJ ncs . Ir.cilllrj.-xt " 22'J FaniMiiSt. LOMt
SALE CHEAI' Iho brick aud 'ria-o ad
ditiini ol Milton liOKurs' houc , W. W. enrrtr
aviiiiworch rectj. 5 9-tl
T OHSALK ri-st-ciiiu itaurant Apply to
L I' , llamiwtller , lltu street , bi fAreu Kurnaai
rtud Ilara'V. Difl-60 1
_ _ _ _ _
171 ' 11HALK A well pnIn huiliicdi. ceatrnl *
Ij ly located , Good cb ncu tat the right man
Reasons lor soiling satlilacxry , Adduce "Q. V. '
; tALb SCO nlclilJ liarros. Inquire at
KrcbV Vinegar worts , Jones btiett , between
F OK HALK ( lood bulijln ; br.cX. Call at
\ \ \VVrk8offlce. . 440-tf
/"llllllCK co'.ciHao ' nheep for kie. fa 1 on or
\J addr se r. C OUAULK ,
Wr-'i wit Krnrne.Neb. . .
j . ' -ALK Orct-try and crockery ,
j1 with or without bulloinAddr Bi''Oiicc-
oa."Ntb.box49. ! 46tf
PBOl'EUTV KOP. HALH At a
SPLENDID , cno Ur < u brick houw , r.nJ one
large frame hotiso , with full lot ou Casi near 1Mb
street. Via ? chince for Invrntmcnt , rent for $70
per month. Call f jv full particulars , on
609tf.gent.lath and Doutrlaa tin.
IX BEAUTIFUL LOrS-MJilW feet each In
§ Ilamcom f.'ace on street car linn. Dent loti
whole addition on very oo. f terms and at a
grent bargain. Dim in' a 'cnt , 16th tnd Doujlti
FOK SALK. Tha Arlington HOUM'
First c'ruu ; all furnished he only hole
In ton n. The cheapest property In the state.
Has all tha rrM cling \Yttlbescldincapon
terms to hult. Knqulre of K. Fulle , proprlttor ,
ArUniftcn , WeanliiRton county , Neb. Cb3 tt
ITIun I.MJIV Or will exum rfo tor uuuua ( , <
JL' pnrtr , an Imprivrd tea 03 of laud tdlolu
Due a Htation on U. P. U. I : . U. DUNHAM , HU
It. . Ornahi. 7SJ3c <
IMTAUKOOK A WB
IOHT On S indlas' , a white bull pup , ten
J months u d ; naawers ti name cf "ru'ior.
t. nee er will lo'nra iliotamo to ilarrlu & Flihcr
will ba rul'abl ) M-w\iUd OlS tti
LOST Ou T.icsJvr . a hd(4 natch the finder
will b reuariloi byliailnj/ ) sung nt 1017
T OST Saturday morning cno pair of ojofflastt-
Lj en , The finder will be rewarded by leavlnR at
lsl3F rnnaa street. '
! ! A Mdiunzle , of New York , hai
MS studio for Instruction In all branches ot
drawing , pa iit'.n < aud nee le orkatl07S Mth
btrcct , Omaha. _ nil-mitt
rp\VO DOLLARS IlKWAHD loit , k ucch of
I ke > s. Ary Clio llndlii ; ; the uin.e ntd leav-
Inc them at thli otnco will rtucive the above ru
ward. 610 tl
> AKEN Uf-Ahrtrohiwk OL' . Owner can
I IIIVB tame of u , U. Vlwkronear Johnaou'u
br'ck > itd. 600-2 t
. Jb'l'liiiiusu ami < Jirpc.t oi uiiurtjtote
1'olliher. I/onu crduri at Hepublicoii of-
nco , 13h and D urta .
will bif ) ' the turnllura cf the best
p yl"ir hufjl In Ibwo. Ilont reM
onablti. Auilr > , ui l > oh > b Mugrrgor , Bee oltlcr ,
Omaha , Nub. IQfl-tl
UAUISTEK 01' l-ALUVSTEHV COHBl
TIONALIfiT , iM Tcr.lli Street , between 'ftMf.
uudlluioev. TVI11 , wltl. the kid of cuardlai
tpit'.tE. cbuln for ay we glt.nct a ) the pu'
and yrrrsut , pd 03 ccitr.ln conditions ID ths fn.
tui . Ik-cto ocd ( Iliof p > de lu udor , terieit
" e'oo rii rtn " '
ITils powder never varies. A marve. o
purity , strength and wholesonunesa
More economical then the ordinary kinds ,
and cannot be bold in competition with the
multitude of low Ust , short weight , a.lam
or phosphate powders. Sold only in ca i
UOTAL BAKINO POWDKU Co.
106 Wall St. , New York
Offices 15th and Douglas
No. 307. Routltul residence lot on B'lcrmui
street , near hfad of St. Mary's avenue , $2.700.
No. 3U. fullltoii IBlhitrcet , uoar Fopnlo-
lon's , tKQ.
No. 3IB. Full acre en Hurt street , neir Convent
No. 317. Full lot on Callfom's , near 21st street ,
31 , COO.
Iso. SIS. Two lots rn SewarJ , coir Sauadcn
Etteet , 31,310.
No. 310. Two lota on Chirks , near Saundcrj
f.o. S0. Ha f cere on Cumloj ; street , near Dut-
No. 321. Hlx hcsutlul rttldenco lots , One tiiw ,
on Mt. ilccmnt aviiiuo , near llmecom IVrn ,
No. 32' . One-halt acre on California strwt.nixir
C clghton Co lego $ IC > 10.
No. 323. Twu lots on llarcy street , near ISth
street , $ .r , C01 ,
No. 323. Tolots on Dcdge , near Orovostreet ,
Snilth'it addttl n.
* o. 315. four aero bio k In West Omaha ,
* -J OCO.
Choice 4 acre block In Smith's addition nt vca\
end of Farnatn street will ( 'lvo any length cf
ttun required at 7 per cent Interest.
Also & eplcndH 10 acre hloek In Smith's addi
tion on natno liberal tetun 3,1 toe lorcRolni. .
No. 80 % Half lot on Hud n J SGth ctioct ,
TOOKo Ml , Lov ou 18lh street ncnr I'.iul , S12CO.
No 02 , T it SOilSO feet on l&ch street , near
NlchoUs JtCO. X
No 09 , Oud quarter aero ou Hurt 6t/C Ct , > W
Dutton f 000. \
No 297 , Two lotu'on Elondo near Irene fcircet , > ' ,
$260 and 300 each. "
No 290 , Two lain on Georgia near Mldjlgan
street , 91200.
No 96 , Twcho choice residence lota on Hamil
ton street In Sblnn'a addition , flno and eljhtl } .
* W to 8500 each.
No 294. Beautiful half lot on St Mary's r.v-
cnuc , 30x180 fuel , near Dlahop Clarkson'a wid
10th street , SltOO.
No 292 , Two choice lots on Park avenue , 60s
1EO each , on Htrcct railway , 8SOO each.
No MlSIlets In MilUrd & Caldwell's addlUon
on bhermau Avenue near Poppleton'a , tSOOto
No K:5 , Four lots on Dooa'ur and Irtno
Etrects , near b'aunders street , 37S to f(5 each.
No 282 , Lot on 10th near Paul etreot , $760.
No 231 , Lot 56xl 0 feet near St. Mary's avenno ,
and 20th street , $1500.
No 273 , Lot on Occatur near Irene street , ( S2& .
No 278 , Fuur lots on Calawell , near Sauryfjni'
etrett , JiOO eacli.
Ho Z',0. Lotoa Clinton street , near shot towt *
4126.No 27B , Four lots on McLellau street , fax
ttlondo , Hawu's Addition , ? 2 5 each ,
No 274 , i'hieo lots uoar race courw : make
offer ] .
No Z68 , Bevjtlfal corner acre lot on California
street , oppoxlta and adjoining Sacred Heart Con
vent ground * , jlOOO.
No Mo , Lot onMaaon , near 15th street , ? 1S60.
100 lota In "Credit Foncler"and "Grand VW
additiouB.lust south-east of U. V and B. A M.
hBllroaducpots.ranelnsfroin 8160 to 100Se h
and on easy terms.
Beautiful Hcsldcnco Lots at ft barsaln very
handy to shops J1U5 to 260 twh , C per cent down
ndi6 per cent per month. Call and getplalanil
No 25 , Full corner lot on Jonce , Near 16th
r.trect , 83,000.
No 253 , T wo lots on Center street , near Cum-
Iner etreet , $300 for both or If WX > each.
KoiElJ , Lot en Howard , near King street ,
350.No 210 , Half lot on Dodge , near llth Btract.
No 217 , Four beautiful residence lots near
Crd hton College ( or will separaU ) tS.OOa
No 216 , THO Inti on Center , near Cumin ;
street , 625 and $100 each.
No 2 OJ , L3t on Idaho , near Cumins street
? 22i >
22iNo 216 , Boautlftil corner aero lot ODCumlnir.
near Uutton street , near new Convent of hacred
llnart , $ ltOO
No. 241 , Lot on Farnam , near 13th ttrtet ,
No-jn , Lo on Farnam , near 26th street ,
No.UiO , corner Itt on Burl , near S2d ttreet
'NO , 23 $ . 120x132 foct a Harnoy , ncsr S4th ,
street , ( will cut It up ) $ ; , < ! 00.
No. iJI , Lot on UouKlas street , mar 6th ,
No. 227 , Tvt o lots on D catcr , near Irene cjj
* 200 each. V
r > o fit. Lot 1 < 3 by 441 fe t on Sherman ati.
BUo(16th ( ftiuct ) . nca ( Jraut , 84,000 , wllldlvldo.
No 2 ) , Lot 23xOO.fect on Uodgo , near 18th
street ; nnku un cffer.
No 217 , Lot on 23rd near CUrK , $500.
No 21tt , Lot on Hamilton Dear King , ( SCO.
No 209 , Lot bn ISth street , near NicholM
IW ) .
No 207 , Two lots on 16th , near Padflo itrtmt ,
No'JOl , nitautlful reaUcnco lot on Dlviiloo
street , near Cuiulng , $900.
No IDDJ Lot ou 16th street , oeai Pierce ,
* WX ) .
No 198J , Lots on Sauudon street , near B w.
ard ? MW.
No llWl , Two lot > on 17th street , near whit *
lead warts , $1,050.
N. . > 188i ; One full block ten lota , cou th
barracks , (400.
No 191 , Lot on Parker , street , near Iron *
WOO No IBS' Two lots on Cn , near 21st
No IbO , Lot on I'ler near 8c ard , tb 0.
No 170Lot on Pacific etreet , near 14th ; mike
No 106 , Six loU on Farnam , near 2itb street
.o , eac ,
No 103 , Full block on 25th ilrreet , ntat race
couire , td three lots In alien addition , ne j
tfaunden and Cassius streets , $2,000.
No 126 , Lot on Ibth ktreet , near white tiA
No 12J , 182x132 feet (2 ( lots , on 18th ttrert ,
near Pourkton's , ? 1,600. ,
No 119 , Thirty lull acre lots In Millard 4 CaJ-
dwell s additions ou Sherman acnue , "prU ia
haratoga streets , near the end of grtea utrt-et
car tratk , 8800 to Jl.bOO each. .
NoB3 , Lot ou Chicago near 22d ltiei ,
No SO. Lot on CaldweU treet , new e uwl rt ,
tSOO ff .
No 75 , C6xB2 fett on Pacific , near 8tf * 4
f ? ob , Elghtten lota nn Sbl Kd 2d
Sauodf rn streets , near Grace aadBia > u w
bridge , iSOO each.
Real Estate Agency ,
15th ana uouieafl Btreeto ,
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