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THE DAILY . KRTfit W1KS.DAY OOTORMR
The Daily Bee.
Monday Morning Oct. 3.
( The followDK ! o1)ROtvnllon are taken at
h * tame moment of time at all the stations
WAII DKTAMMKNT , U. 8. SIGNAL SEII- )
VIDE , OMAHA , Oct. 2,1882. ( l:45p.m. |
feet 1 Inches at La Crosac'and 3 tect 11 Inches at
-Judge Llpplncott claims tha Jumbo
watermelon. It weighed forty.fivo pounds
and wni n splendid specimen.
Several delightful showers since Bat-
nrday night laid the dtut nicely and puri
fied the atmosphere.
The city council meets I" ,
night , the appropriation ordinance and
monthly reports being the principal buii-1
ness before then.
The funeral of Mm. Mary Donovan
will take place to- , October 3J , at
9:30 : a. m. , at the northeast corner of Oth
and Dodge street ) . All friends are cor-
Mr. Van Tnyl , tax auditor of tbo 1) .
& M. , has purchase. ! fifty feeders of Mr.
O. M. Drunc , of Lincoln , which ho will
put on his farm near this city for the win-
Tlio Sonth Omaha church organization
will receive bids for the carpenter work on
their now clinrsh edifice until Wednesday ,
Mr. John Hush being authorized to re
ceive the bids.
The funeral of John Wilson , who wan
killed by the earn Saturday night , took
place from Undertaker Jacob's place at"
p. m. , Monday the interment taking place
at Prospect Hill cemetery ,
Mr. Chas. II. Bonta , a mason of this
city , is a natural born wood carver. Ho
has been amusing himself In lib leisure
time by carving out canes with ills jackknife -
knife from the woods of various states rind
ho has some remarkable specimens of his
handiwork. Ho would have made a mark
aa sculptor had ho turned hi * attention in
that dlrcction.in his youth.
Manager iMigunt , oi the JAcademy of
Mustcturned out yesterday with his cornet
hand in Hoinau'd big band wagon , drawn
by eight horae * , fourblacksand four grays. I.r
The team attracted the attention of every-
v.ur , * JL u. m.in was fine , Tim BKK
office being favored with a special sere
nade. Manager Nugent retains all of bis
old company and announces-several .new
attraction ! ,
r JOB PRINTING.
Send lot printed price list and tamplt * ofN
11 kinds of job work to the ALLKN ,
PRINTING CO. , Job printoru , and pub-
Ushers "RURAL NEBRASKA , " The
American Cattle Journal. LIVE STOCK
printing n specialty. Nog , 218 and 220 , 8.
14th St. , Omaha , Neb. sop20me-eod2w
SLAVEN'S YOSEMITE COLOGNE
Made frorr tlio wild flowers of th
yAK FAMED YOSEMJTE VALLEY ,
il is the most fragrant ot perfumes.
Manufactured by H. li. Slavon , San
Francisco. For Halo in Omaha by W.
J. Whltohouso and Konnata Lrou. ,
The "Hawthorn Centennial Ex
celsior Roof Paint , " was patented May
24th , 1881 , and otters patent num <
ber 241 , 803. Any person found era
known to * tamper with the manu
facture of said paint will bo punished -
od to the fall extent of law. No per
son has any authority whatever to soil
receipts. UAWTIIOHH & 13 BO. ,
CIGAR MAKERS' UNION.
Tuoy Capture tbo Fort end Hold It
The Cigar Makers' union which or
ganized A branch in thin city last
spring ore apparently accomplishing
the ohjoot for which they united ,
which was the establishment of a uni
form rate of and
wages shutting out a
data of workmen who were on various
account * dangerous to the trade. i
A week ago last Saturday tlio Oma
ha branch undertook the work of in
troducing among the local factories a
uniform schedule of prices to
be paid for'work , and were succeuful
ini every case but one , West &
fritcher declining to adopt the now
achodulo. The union men employed
at that place thereupon quit and left [
the city. All except two of the cigar- (
makers now at work in the city are
union men , and of those two ono has
signified his willingness to leave , if
the union will do the square thing by '
him. The union now embraces thirty-
six members in this city , and it may
be noted that membership indicates
that a man ha served a three years'
apprenticeship and ia a master of his .
The firms now dealing in the goods
manufactured by the union are ; V.or
F. LoreuKon , Joe Buckman , Trocslor
& Kohouts , Behultz , Nachtigal , nnd
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , O1IA-
UA , NEB.
Tables supplied with the best the
market aliords. The traveling public
claim they get better accommodation ! )
and more general satisfaction here
thaujgat any other house in Omaha.
Rate , 2 per day. aut21tfm
A Short Road to Heultli.
To all who are fullering from bolU. ul-
ctru , scrofula , carbuncle * , or other obsti
nate dlteues of the blood and tkin , a course
of UUKIXKK Bixxm liiTTKua will b found
to be a short roAd to hnlth. Price $1,00. )
SCHOOL SUPERVISORS ,
Tie Regular Monthly Me&ting &
of the Board of Edu
Appointment of Standing Com
mittees find Other
The monthly mooting of the hoard
of education took place last evening ,
being attended by all the members.
The journal was rood and approved.
The report of the city treasurer in
account with the board , for the month
of September showed the fines and li
conaos collected during that month to
bo § 1,024.83 ; taxes collected in Au
guat $2,885 . ' 38 ; balance on hand 50 ,
The list of echool fund warrants
paid in September , amounting to $3 ,
591.25 , was filed.
Nclcon Learned waa allowed $25
for training the graduating class in
A vote of thanks was aunt in from
the Northwestern Academy of Medicine -
cine , to the board for the use of their
room nt the recent mooting.
The North PreHbstorian church ten
dorcd the board the rant of thu b.-via-
mont room in their now edifice fo ?
ono year on condition of the hoard
finishing it up. An this would cost
about $500 thu offer waa not accepted.
The bill of Kennard Bros , for vac
cine points furninhcd to vaccinate the
school children waa tint allowed.
The janitor of the South school received
coived uu increase of salary of 5 per
, The bill of En-Supt. Lnno for ono
month's unpaid salary , $200 , was nl
pay roll of the teachers and
was passed. The salary of
the poachers and superintendent
ouuod to $5,142.34.
The Byjojai committee on buildings
and property reported that the con
tracts for ti0 two now school build
ings were m 0 on Saturday nnd that
work begun a tively yesterday. The
two buildings nil bo ready to occupy
. by m. November f II ! lC h. . . . _ i I
The following Wracta for supplies
wore approved , an } the president and
secretary were aut riEei to close the
J. S. Caulfield , ahjonary and sup
Thos. H. Cotter , p.
J. H. Brackin , CO cW , , Of W00i nt
George Patoraon ,
$10.20 per ton.
Jeff. Bedford , soft
Springe , $5 50 per ton.
Estimates ot work.oomp.t0j
Eleventh nnd , Center , stn , ' * * li"nn' ;
were approved nnd allowid.
Mrs. Dinsmoro was allw j 0 5 f ( ) _
eorvicos aa school oxaminir.
Bids for furnishing cloaks or
now school building * were pi
and read from : W. B. Miller ,
-T. H.Va " '
Sherwood , of nhipaanT.
. . . . . . .tvni. NnVi . Mntf TT .Tl
Monarch dotorlin& ! J Excels ,
School FunUturo. ° 0' , ' . Oincmnajj
The bidding wV < lu1ltt0- I voly and till
matter was ? " to the cpmmittoo
on builditiRS and > 0Pwty Wlth Povror
I to act.
President Long tl&V ocoodod °
appoint the regular stSHj committees -
toes for the year , as foliovf81 , ,
Finance-Long , Fergus 1' Amler'
Claltna Anderson , McSlwC ° / M'i
Points. _ .X , 1
Buildings and Property
Points and McShano.
Teachers and Tex
son , Points and Connoyor , / -
lluloa , forma , printing/iiU suppliijB
MoSlmno , Long , And'fsov
On motion of Mr./Andorson the
purchase of two dozocorioii of the
last school laws forytho uao of the
board was ordered. /
Supt. Junioa beity prwent , made a
statement to the b/ird < oncornitig the
crowded condition. * * ' ° tchooU and
the urgent nocoosly f more room at
onco. Some of t/o rroms contain over
double the nuhJor of scholars that
any teacher ah/Wd / have in charge.
For this reason'ie Lau established the
half day syBtoin Homo of the rooms
of the ] Iar > an V "t , North a.id
Central sch " * T'w ' Rroat increase
in the nu'f001' ° ichool children ib
strong ev/lonco of tlio rapid growth oi
the city hJ0'1 ' the speaker thought JI
oven tl < 9 board did npt fully realize.
Ad/DUnied to meet at 5 p. m. Mon
day. , _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _
' Marrying Hlcli.
You need not bo poor and depend
ent on your wedding day , for every
portson inalo or fumtlo can get a
good round sum of aiotiey at masriago
if they hold a certilhnlo of membership -
ship In THE MARRIAGE FUND |
MUTUAL TRUST ASSOCIATION I
of C dar'llapids ; Iowa ? 10,000 has
already been paid iii onofits to its
members , in the nine > ; lontlis of the
associations' organi&aii nand there ia
a golden opportunity for thousands
more to reap pvoii' 1 rger benefits.
Nothini ; Hko it vro over known.
Do not postpone bowing in your
request for circulars gring full and
complete information Warding the
plans and opporations ( j the associa
tion. Agents can makibiggor money
than in any other buiness. It
I strictly honorable , ploaint atid Vro'
| fitablo. The Auditor of State holds
a deposit from the nssoduion as pro
scribed by lau , for the protection of
their mombora. The oay aasociaUou
of the kind in oxlatoitco 'organized ' ac
cording to law.Vritu' at once for
circulars. Say whjro you saw this
ST. JosEiii's Hosi-iTAL , 1
OMAIU , Si/'t. 30 , I881V )
Tlie underBigniVl , sisters in churgo
of the hospital of/fit. / Joseph , in need
of assistance to uiako quilt * , comforts ,
sheets uud pilU\r slips to be used in
the hospital t/io / coming winter , re-
tpoctively rcqiest all ladies BO dis
posed , and apabloof so doing , to
favor them with a few hours' sewini
on the obovo articles at the hwpita >
on the afternoons of Tuesday and
Wednesday next , between 2 and 0
o clock. The thread used and the
machine * , necessary to ficilitato the
work will bo supplied bv thn aitlcrs.
Si.iTKna or Si.
Tuo Bnelnoes of the October lorm
Beglna-tlie Grand Jury
t Work ,
The district court in and for Douglas
county , convened at 0:30 : a. m. yester
day , Judge Szvatjo presiding , to enter
upon the buoincsa of the Octobar
term , which will probably occupy
or nix wcoVs , as there are 030 caeca in
the docket , the largest over had at
any ono term.
The court appointed an bailiffs :
ilonry Grebe , Edward II. Crowoll
and J. J. Galligan ,
The committee appointed to rx >
amino applicants for admission to the
bar consisted of Hon. John L. Web-
Btor , 0. J. ( Jrcon , Win. S. MeOlollan , .
Pat 0. HawcB , and Guo. M. O'Uriun.
A largo amount of iniecollatiuuus
business , motionn , ox purto mattcra ,
and no on occupied thu morning hours.
The grand jury waa impnnnellud
with Mr. F. O. Urlau ns foreman.
There were thruo absentees , two wuro
excused , and ono was reported not
found , on tlio original lint , utid the
court issued as special venire for aix
additional grand jurors. Thu nivoati-
gating body , aa finally made up , con-
" ited of :
F. G Urlau , foromin ; Goo. Fonti ,
P. Woinhnqon , Peter Boyer , J. W.
Mooro.L. T. Wilbur , . ! . U. Guo , Gfo.
McKunztu , Jr , Gabriel Bowers , Sr. .
B. K Madson , II. J. Williams , J. B.
Kornahan , Luke 0. Radfiuld , H. W.
Gioaolman , J. 0. Wilkinson , John
The court adjourned to meet at 0:30 :
a. m. Tuesday.
i o * Sown Fool Hard-
All beds f osm hard to the rheumatic.
Then harl ; < " to pcnvlnh mlferersl Apply
lr. Tltoiuti Irr.ccxuiu ? OIL toyonmch-
Ing iointu BI ' t-trlec. Holy upon it that
you will nxr' ' * < f cj'.sedy relief. Such ,
atleaat , istt : -.irr.cyf thosa who have
used it. The r.j' r'i J'kawlso ' successfully -
fully rosorUd " V "r. and lungdu-
CBBCS , sprain * * ' '
Counf . .onora.
MONDAY , October 2 , 1882.
Board mot pursuant to adjourn
mont. Present , Commissioners Drexel -
ol , Corliss and Knight.
The following named persona were
granted license to still liquor : Mary
Ostor , Valley Station , for three
months ; John Flood , Waterloo , for
three montha ; and Dotlef Thieason ,
Millard , for six months.
A petition from the freeholders
Douglas rsounty was presented to the
board asking that the question ol
granting bounties for the destruction
of wild animals bo submitted at the
next general election , which was
The following accounts were allow
ed from the general fund :
Four perrons , witness fees $ -18 00
F. W. Corliss , services as county
commit Blotter for September 97 00
A. 1'olncV , clothes for prisoners. . . . 9 CO
Omaha Republican , printing , etc..28910
K. T. Duke , goods for county 31 70
i Win. Peter * , work on road 22 50.
111. Hexnuor , groceries for poor JG 40 !
I'erkius tc Lear , goods for county. . . 9 00
3\ The county clerk submitted his ro
ort of foes received during the third
iis day tbo proceedings in Road
< u wuo uiKcii uu ior uaar " " -
ton , a n motion the further con.
aidoratio4ereo WM postponcd.
IV T0tU Tt for furnishing sof
fiHjy Jeff Beav.d was approved.
Adjourned to 7th wat.
JOHN BAUMEII , C nty oierk.
Escaped from tbo Tolli. I
John Uacon , Laporto , Intl. , wrvC9.1
'lluirah for SritlNO BI.OHKOJI ; it's all yc > .
ccommend It to he. My dyspepsia basal
. Rtilsliatl. Why don't yon advnrtlne 111
? lat allowance will you make If I take a
clozCXJiottlea , BO that I could oblige my
'riendi oicasionollyj" Price CO cent , trial
Mr. T. B. Holmes , of tbe Fargo Argus ,
in the city route tbe
on to Colorado cap.
Capt. Copp , of the Wahoo Foragers , ia
r ; the city en route to Denver. He looks
is good natural anil happy as ever.
] ) ; . and Mrc. John H , Moore , of Lou-
leu county , Virginia , are In our city.
Their Intention U to make Omaha their
Sergeant W. H. Allison , of company K ,
Ninth Infantry , is In the-clty , having come
Trom Ft. McKlnney to testify before tbe
; rand jury in the case of the killing of the
inljler iirar Florence a few weeks ago ,
Mr. AUUon U warmly greeted by his
many friend * here , and says ho It as glad
to get back iva they are to see him. He i.
reports life In tha Dig ] lorn mountains as' '
rather lonesome to one who has lived In
Omaha for so lung.
MOUHISVIctorTB. . "Morris , aged JO
yearn , son of 0. T. Morrl , at 725 South
IClKhtecnth itreet , Huuday , October 1 ,
1H82 , at 0:30 : a. m.
Ills remains will bo taken to New York
Kidney Cotuplutut Cured
U. Turner , Kochenter , N. Y , , wr te : "
have been lor over a year subject to ferlou
disorder of the kldue.va , and often unabli
to attend to butlneri } ! procured your ISVK
DOCK liLool ) UITTKIW , and was relieved be
fore half n bottle was tiled. I Intend t <
continue , as I feel confident that they wil
entirely cure me. " Price $1.00.
A Woman Arrested For Wntkm * the
Utroeta in Alula Attire.
About noon yesterday Oiliser W F.
Flynn arrested n woman whom ho
found walking the streets clad in a
full suit of men's clothing. She \vns
taken to tha police court' and
stoutly asserted that she was 'a
gentleman , " though did iiot deay that
ho wus of the female sex , She was
quite stout in appearance and flbposed
to bo a little boIHgerout , Judg/Ben.
\ . " * " * ' * > w * * * * ' * v *
eke fined her ? 10 nndt cess , i
° w ich she waa committed t ,
Jne woman's name is Wa hiigton
and her husband is in ja 1 oi the
"ing wood fnm Tom is
herself had t 8Ujt in
for alleged ill treatment. She is sup
posed to bo a little cranky.
'he ' Xilet of Sabbath Day OtTonclors of
In Judge Beneko'a court the busi
ness has dropped back to its accus-
.omed proportion * , ainco the state fair
and woman suffrage convention are
There were on the Monday morn-
ng docket four plain drunkn , two of
whom paid , ono was discharged and
mo case continued ,
Tom Cole was under arrest for dia-
urbing the peace and abusing nn
officer. Lie is charged with resisting
Olllccr Buckley , tearing his coat ofT
.nd kicking him in the etomach. The
illicer wun compelled to summon aa-
iatanco to make the arrest. Cole do-
namlod u trial and his case was not
'or ! p. m. The allair occurred on
10th atrcul. Sunday ni | > ht.
There , were four canes of disturb
ance of thn peace , two oinndorn being
fined $1 and ooata and two $5 and
A complaint was filed against a man
named Ili mu3scn , living on 24th
itreut , for cruelly nnd
besxting a cow on IJiokory stroiit.
\ . complulnt , was nluo nmdo ngaiimt
two men for fightiing in n saloon on
AVe must toll Borne men n Rre.it deal to'
t ° ch thetn n little , but the knowIuilKO of
; he curative prnosrtlesol Srm.va ULOSSOM
n COB03 of fick headache , indiguitlon , and
) lliousness Is bought bv experience. Price
CO cents , ttiil bottle" ten ccntn.
THE NORTH tPRESBYTJiltlAN
Dedication of a Now Hougo of Wor-
bbip on Sabbath Evening.
The dedication of the North Proa
bytorian church on Saunders street
took place on Sunday evening at 7:30 : ,
the house being crowded to its utmost
capacity , which is about GOO. The
Presbyterian church had suspended
services for the evening and a largo
number of the congregation attended
at the dedicatory exorcises. The Bap
tist churoh also sent a delegation.
Among the ministera present wore
Rev. F. S. Blaynoy , the pastor ; Rev.
Dr. A. E. Taylor , of Wooster unt-
voriity ; Rov. W. J. Haraba , of the
Dodge utrt'ot Prcubytorian church and
ROVD. McCiiudlish , Little and Max-
There was n finp display of flow
era in the pulpit nnd on the
chandeliers , and ono beiutiful piocoof
florrl otatunry , ' 'Faitli , Hope and
Chari'y , " wlnah stood directly in
front of the ultnr , The latter V/AH exquisitely
quisitoly executed , biting the work of
Mrs. Brigge , of this city , the flowers
being mostly the contribution of Mrs.
Milton Rogers * .
The music for the occasion was fur
nished by the consolidated choirs of
the Second and North Presbyterian
churches , and was of a very high
character. The dedicatory prayer was
made by Rev. McCandlish , and the
dedicatory sermon waa preached by
Rov. E. A. Taylor , D. D. , who made
a very beautiful comparison of the
growth to beauty and perfection of
King Solomon's temple at Jerusalem ,
during which there waa heard neither
the sound of ax , hammer ns uny other
tool , with , the steady and quiet growth
of the Christian church.
The pastor made a statement concerning
corning the financial condition of the
church and ita membership. Eighteen
months ago tbo congregation had no
money and few members , and now it
has a houao nearly completed , whicl
cost about $4,200 , ? 3,500 of which is
paid. ] The membership of thin chnrch
is i about 70 , an increase of IWJ per
cent a year since its organization. 1 ho
work of building was begun in Apri
'M. ' The structure is built after the
pun. Gothic style of architecture , is
10 by W ) foot , and two stories high.
The audttorium in the second story
wjll Bocommoaato comfortably 300
people. The Sunday school room in
the basement will aoatono-half of that
number. In its exterior the church
presents an excOpkl/nially handsome
and tasteful appearance , \vkil0 its in.
tprior ia being linely furnished ,
lighted nnd frescoed.
No doubt the pulpit furniture ia the
finest in the city and the chandeliers
showed up with beautiful cffecr. The
arrangement of the auJianco room
such that no floor echo ia noticeable
and the fine ingrain oirpeta are nl
that could bo desired in that lino. A
steam heating furnace will probably bo
put in during this vfintnr. The debt
of $700 still loft on the church was
reduced by half on the occasion of the
dedication by voluntary contributions
from the audience.
. The Sabbath school was organized
yesterday , with Otis II. Billnu ua su <
perintendent , assisted by Mies Rose
To-n'ghtRov. ' Dr. Taylor delivers n.
lecture on "Urain and Muasle" ut the
church , which will be well worth
hearing. Admission twenty.five cents.
Tickets on Bale at door. 'The pro
ceeda are for the purchase of an organ.
Omaha Nlrarods Drinff In the First
Buck of the Season.
The Omaha '
sportsmen 'MO an oner
gotio and persistent sot of men , nnd
what they don't accomplish in the
course of a seasons sport wo.uld bo
hard to guess. The latest feat is the
shooting of the first buck of the sea
son , by Me.srs. Jack lloye and Bob.
1JJlarton , which was hauled to THE
/Bi 5'llco ' y ° torday and creatly
admired by the whole forca.
The deer was shot in the Calhouu
bottoms and his leg only being broken ,
ho gave the hunters three mile run ,
but at last succumbed to Jack Iloyo's
knife. In addition to this royal trophy
of the chase , the two sportsmen
brought in fifty duck * , llvo geeao and
twenty-fivo quails. If this iant pretty
good for a days sport we give up.
By the community ul Urge baa been glveu
toBuUDOCK BLOol/limKiui. No instance
known wher iu tUf action him been
uife > ted byBieir use. or where angbt
but benefit fonved their administration.
rice $1.00 , tr iiie 10 cents.
OMAHA MEDICAL COLLEGE
OPBDIDR ExeroiEBS of the Fall
Term Last Right ,
Introductory Lecture by Dr. P.
8. Leisenring ,
The third session of the Omaha
Medical College was inaugurated last
evening at the lecture hall of the col-
lcto. The hall was filled by an audience -
once of ladiea and gentlemen , many of
The acBaion was opened by Dr. Max-
field , who expressed himself highly
satisfied with the progress of made by
the college , lie said that there were
at the present tinn fourteen profes
sors connected with the inatitution
and that us a namplo of the others lie
would introduce Dr. Laieenring , who
would deliver the opening addrtpe.
The address of Dr. Loiaunting wns
in every rtspcct interesting and in
structive and would no doubt please
our readorn , but it is b.urod out by
reason of ita length. The doctor said
that thrco yeara ago the question of
establishing n medical college
in Xebr.wkn was debatable. . Tlio
_ rovth of the population nnd the
Fncteueed iiccseaity for skilled physi
cians Beamed to point in thnt direc
' tion and it waa decided to nuilco the
the experiment Omaha was selected
as the site , as , bohiE ; the undisputed
metropolis of the atato , it would af
ford bettor facilities. The result of
the experiment is that the Omiha
medical college ia an established real
ity and is now entering upon the third
session in its career of usefulness.
It is our dcairo to rait o the otandard
of medical practitioners , r.ithor than
lower it , and those atudouto , if them
may bo any ouch , who have conic-
thinking they are to have an easy
time and get a diploma at the cud
without work , had bettor take their
grips and leave by tlio next train , aa
they will bo most wofully mistaken.
In addressing the now students the
professor placed in its most impressive
light the old truth , thnt hubiln formed
in youth are for the most part followed
through lifo , nnd for that reason they
should give close application to their
work. That as they grew older and
their time was largely consumed by an
extensive practice , they would regret
the time idled away in their youth.
Many of them .ire away from homo
and friends , In n city , and among a
people whoso vices are equally un
known to you. You owe it to your
selves , ns well as to jour friends , thnt
you give your undivided attention to
Among the subjects which the doc
tor especially urged upon the attention
of students was "attendance upon the
lectures , "punctuality , " "attention to
lectures , " "taking notes , " "examina
tions , " "exercise , " "iho observance of
the Sabbath. " For exercise the doc
tor advised walking or practice in the
gymnasium , nnd not such ns is found
in the ball-room or at the gaming
The observance of the Sabbath he
urged as imperative , for man is so
constituted that ho needs ono day of
rest in a week.
At the close the doctor spoke at
some length upon the better feelint'
existing among medical men towards
others of the same profession. Finally
that the tendency of the present waste
to cling less closely to old dogmas ,
but to search for the best method of
prosecuting the study of the science
and the practice of the art. The doc
tor expressed the hope that the good
fooling would continue.
After the reading of the order of
the exercises of the week the audience
The nctuul work of tlio session will
begin this morning. Everything pre
dicts a successful term of study and
now honors to thu college. Certainly
when professors nro eo earnest in their
work and so capable ot performing it
students cannot fail to succeed.
Omaha and all Nebraska has reason to
bo proud of the institution.
* Wo are persuaded that the ancient
Hermes with all the subtle art and
natural resources of the Alchemists ,
waa u very poor doctor compared with
Mrs. Lyclla 12 Pmkham , of Lynn ,
Mass. Hermes may have boon after
nil only a clover practitioner of the
Black Art ; but wo know there is no
humbug in the pharmaceutical chem
istry of Mr . Pinkharu'a Vegetable
Army Orel ore.
The following named recruits , en
listed nt Fort Omaha , Nob. , jind it'ort
D. A. Russell , W. T. are nsjignod as
follows : "
Frank Day to ctunpnny B , 4th in
fantry ; Oharln * . Hell , to the 4th in
fantry ; Goo. 1 < \ Pryor , to4Uiinfantry ;
Jiimea ft. Muxwoll , to iho 4th in
fantry ; Theodora C , Spencer , to coin-
puny 1 , 0 h infantry ; William F. Lam-
son , to troop F , 5h cavalry ; Thomac
FJyiui , to troop F , 3th cavalry.
Jyjavo of absence for ono month ,
with permission to apply for an ex
tension of ten days , is granted Major
A. S. To war , pay department , to take
effect October 1st.
The following named recruits , en
listed nt Fort Omaha , Neb. , are as
signed as fallows :
Henry Uaynes , to battery D , Fifth
artillery ; Melvin Roby , to company
B , Fouth infantry.
Upon the arrival of the enlisted
men belonging to the department rifle
team , from Fort Leavenwprth , Kan
sas , the commanding officer , Fort
Omaha , Nob. , will sead them to their
teepectivo troops and companies.
The verbal instructions from the
department commander directing First
Lieutenant 0 , E. S. Wood , Twenty
limt infantry , A. D. O. , to accompany
him to Fort Thornburg , Utah , and re
turn to those headquarters , are con
Recruit Frederick G. Ludington ,
enlisted at Fort Douglas , U. T. , is as
signed to company K , Oth infantio.
Second Lieutenant Fred. W. Fos
ter , 6th cavalry , is detailed as a mem
ber of the general court-martial con
vened at Fort Laratuie , Wyo. , by par
agraph 2 , special orders No 103 , cur
rent series , fromthesu headquarters.
Hereafter all officers serving in this
department receiving leaves of absence
will report to these headquarters ,
through the regular chanpela , dates of
departure trom their commands and
their return thereto.
Hereafter all charges preferred
against cotniniisioned officers or en
listed men serving in this department ,
requiring the action of the department
commander , the proceedings in such
canes na are brought to trial , the
original charges and all official com *
munications connected therewith , v/ill
be forwarded to the assistant adjutant
general ; and nil partx of general orders
No. 18 , series of 1877 , headquarters
department of the Platte , conflicting
with this requirement , are revoked.
.Tnmen Penwon , 28 Sixth street , Buffalo ,
fays : "I have u ed your SWING BLOSSOM
tor mycelf nnd family , and think it inval
uable as n household remedy , for regulat
ing the bowelc. liver nod kidneys , 1 shall
never bo without it , " Price 60 cents ,
trial bottles 10 cents.
THE BKI : tukcs pleasure in inform-
forming the public that thin noted
nrtisto in u private lottcr to THE BIK
intimates her intention of giving n
concert in Omaha early thin month.
Mine. C.ippmui onjoya n reputation
scoatid to none as n vocal teacher ntd
should she nppdnr in Omaha she should
lo groolcd by n crowded houso.
The following letter from America's
foremost musical critic shows how
high a position Mine. Cappiniii holds
in the musical world :
NnwYoiiK , Juno 58 , 1882. The
bcurer < f this circular letter of intro
duction in Mmu. Cjppiani ono of our
tuoU fatuunied teachers. I cordially
I't'coininuml her to the good ofibesof
the niinicil nnd journalistic fraternity
| nnd clesiru thnt rpccial cjurteay and
aitantion mr\y bo chown this most
worthy lady by tlio correspondents of
" .Music uud D pill's. "
JOH.V C. FIIKUND.
Ladicti nnd sickly Girls requiring n
r.tm iilcohoiic , gentle stimulunt , will
find Btown'ri Iron Bitters beneficial.
* # * ' 'U-jp ) joureelf und , others will
help you. " But don't fnil to use
Kidney Wort for all hvor , kidney and
bowel complaints , piles , costivenesp ,
otc. The demand of the people for
nn easier method of preparing Kidney
Wort has induced the proprietors , the
well known wholesale druggists ,
Wells , Richardson & Co. , of Burling
ton , Vt. , to prepare it for ealo in li
quid form as well ns in dry form.
SPEG5AL iOTECE& *
1C ) LUAN MONtY
ONEY TO LOAN On chattel mortj.'aKB re'
M curlty. A. D. TuUoii , Ko. lilfl Um.clu
iinct , iront room , up-ttalrr. 435-tf
. in I.OAJ. i > . . i Ht ? tin.001 u.
MUJM.I ItoJm fi ( 'ratobtnn Uurov.
A a per
torcat tn aume.ot $2,603 EO
apw rdB , lot U to C years , oil Orit-dacu Uty
farm projxirty. Uimia UKJU , LJTIIII Q'l
Aawur. Itln tnd Dotu-Ua Sit.
WAN1ED TiJOBOOi ! cinva-s.rJ ( or c'.ty uo k
it aly cm.loiu.crit tJ rlgh , men l. > U4vl !
ssiith JO.h street. _ _ C35-5)B )
lU ) Oocxl man at Uttlcflelil's Saratoga
Dairy. ( JW-fl1
WANTED A first clasn waiter at C.ntral illn-
liitf liall 101 .South
, ICtli- _ CH-tf _
WA > TEO Apprentice fills In drees nnkl
at lOlSCa'puoUvepuo. C3f ;
WANTED Twenty eliip caipenlors to build I
and ctulk caissons lor IicldKe at 1)1 Ir
crojglnir. App y t BiiKlncerBOtlicooa we < i Bide
o rUcrnc r ivalr , Keb. 0'U
'ANV ( D A BrBVC'ara barber at Kiarney ,
Ml.-ask. . ti ) .
' K j A thoroughly comp.tuiit pin ( or
WAK'I . Miihins anil Irfnli g. Kef rcnce
rcnulred lilll ) iavemort St. bet 13tU am ) HtU.
To or tour men who uoi'crjtand
WANTED , 10 ralln cut. Good Vtagef , 111-
q Uo Anginas il. CUrkc. 2115 fcartcy Btrotf.
) A cau.pctant girl 81 cook and
WANThl . Mri. W. J. Coontll , bt. Mary's
, opii. > on\ciit. 57-i-tt
WANTiD-A : glrlat no north Mtli s' 'rset.
WANr l-Sicart boy to M < l8t at Cl ar and
c \88 alld. Ooi-d nttnueea required.
Apjly " I. K. " lice office " 664-t (
\ . \ / AfjJr.U ( TlrHor housework , H'Wi S
W u > enuu. lire. J , JI Coun9n.an. 661 tl
ANTED * good girl Immediately at Occl-
dcc l Hotel. C&l-K
W ANi'r.U A girl aciha Ooiaha ntiuje.
WANTED-A L-lrl lor Rtneial h usiwork. In
a emtll family Inquire at 1610 Jojta St. ,
betwcsn Flfticnlli and S x.o ulhotr.tta.
dTr UA ffuNcTwArTFcu !
WANTKD-lly a DanUh girl a place In an
AineriiMii pritato Kainlly.call at thuScandl-
navlan Hotel llllibtn-ct.
\Ttr ANTED \ Bltimtlon In clothing cr dry
YY Rood house b ) a joung nun who lua
had I omo expcitcnce. Addruii "U , S. JI. , " ll.-e
W 3 NTKI ) . Situation ai hous.kcepcr Ad
J' ° l ) " * N | " ' ' ' 'co oHlco. 624-ft
I lidy who hai h a
Aaurns"u _ w. w.f" n. o office. at
'ANTI.1 > Ono peed cam tuner. Steady work
-woitiJijU'O * ! jiay , ( nfcrcnwa rvqulrvd. )
at i'lsXTCtlfktn.it , up-iuin , rooin0.
\r , ANTKU-At the Natlorii ! Hotel at Mi.coln.
YV OnuKb. 1 ( cnule uo k wanto' . Heat o )
1 \ rAtxTHU Gi > l privy vau.ts , nuu And ceati
VY pools to clean with banltary Vault and
SlnK Cloauer , the beat In use. A. Kraoi * Oo. ,
reildenco liioa Dodee ttrint , Omaha.
To 11 ilrct iciict
WANTED & 11. ifi , AddrtM I r. 1'oit
ISee olllcc. ( Ud-tf
\TrANTED Situation by an operlencd ccok ,
YY formerly cook at the M ( lard. AdJreu
"Mced"B < eolllco. 4t (
\T7ANTKLI FurnlilmJ house with not loss
VY Ihti I'x ' rosins. Adduwe : " 0 , W. Cm.
ntld _ 1 S 1 tDftuidii. _ 611 3
\\rANTKn-Kaur or flre boir Jell In a ) > rh ate
\ V ( an > lyboirdandlodliig4 | per w oil , at
ItUii Jnckion , mar 16th etrect.
WAN1KD Man and ulfo to co'upy tint floor
ot brick dwdliDf , 603 North 17tti ntii t.
Kent rxchiiuel Or board. Other board n fur.
nUtied if clC'ltol. C 7-2 (
WANTED Soomu and i'oard. il prl ate
fiiu h wllUnjr to take one or two boarders.
tll nd welt tTorfaa to the \Vyu' n Cotuercitl
College , t udeuttuikmi ; toirdor 100013 will b
refctMl to theia A. L , WYMAV , Cld-tl
xirAM'hU 1' < > wom fur bourd. A jouutf
VY uiaa vil h ixcollent rc'creucei
ivhcolln the city , Addio'l , I. . A , Ucel'ttice '
_ _ flll-U.
T 1TANTED Ccttage ot 4 rooui by OctoJer 91 h
> \ Addrtw Tenant llMOffice. _ BJj-K
FOR RENT HOUBEO AND LAND.
EO I It CNT New iott > ce. tlx roomi , one blocs
wcit of 'cud ol red car Hue. t 8 a nienlh.
A. C. WAKEIAY
MS 4 IMFarnamSt.
FOR KE-ST-lIouse ol 4 roomi. Kulllot. S5tl
aod Chlnt'O. JM. btockdtlc. C37-U
IWR KENT House on Chlrago between Uth
PIC It RENT lArge , plca'ant front rocmt with-
1 JD out Ijjird , to Rentlcman and wllp , 2116 Call-
I tornlt Btrri t R3C-U
rOlt ItKVT A toix-i > n Inth bt cotnpnr IHtcn ; ,1'
JL1 | K > rt. S < t.A II. IliUwnbe. 633-8
Oil Kb 'l V MT n iiio on fierce bt. 1016
J. ' Maaon&t. O I' ItirKett C4J-H
Hii"-HDO : : rc ldenr In ( 'ood location.
. Alleon\cnlcncof ( or n it.tr , no < r , 12 room ) ,
McCaguj , oppotlto postofllco. C22-K
1.1011 RKNT--A HOUM with flic rooms , clo > ct ,
j ; ctllor. cUtcrn , well aid o her conTei If nccs.
Appl ) ntlll71)a\pnport , between llth and Ixth
Birtct" . GI9St
FilOH HKM Ah.u.e with flvo tojinn newly
X p tinted and papered. t.W. corner of IStn
ml ChlOkO itrcit. U. AXtOitl ) ,
i , OK utN'l CottAx * withs rjoinam ceVlar
J ? Amp o ground * , ttaMo , o c , c n Fnt'li.Mn Bt
corner liJ , ho.i extended , Apply tj Hoi. W
l > o r.p. _ C03-2
HEST Furnished rioms at &U couth
EOt > trcct , bet cell Ilooatd anjjiclmon
wr > t tide , within S blocKa south ct Karnain St.
"nTOKKLMT Mtly ( urnlihed roomi. cjmcn-
Jj lentto luslncfs , JOIO rarnlum St. C07.K
I .Mill UKM l i'utni n ( d room t M4 so lh 14th
Jj ttrvct , bctwooa Howard and JackKin , wctt
.1 IY.CIIH with
JD pantry anJ closet , 1131 Khcrmin ntrnue ,
nur U. T.ehops. C7i 2t
( .ion HEM1 A tiuati hviil > In Ncl-on's tikli-
Jj tlon. Inquire t Ldhrjlmi EnckstnM.
KENT A Btorn tn Dalcombo block , nn
FOR itrecr , i.car D.ivcnpjit. St ' < . U.
POUKKST IjarKootncea on Farnam street.
Apply to John U I' . Lchmann Co. 472-1
* FOll IlKNT Furn'fhed
ROOM or ttnfnrn-
Islicil. with koird , a * . C72. corner 10th and
California Mrs JUuoIomilcr. 485 tf
TIBV HOUSES FOH HUNT small and largo
( our to cloeu roomi cicrj ; ono or two mw
OIKS. I1KMIS , Aucnt ,
] o 83-tt Ifthund
FTIOIt REUT Ftirnhhoil rooms at 1717 Casa
1' strrot , btt. 17th and 18-.1 4M-tl
U10K IlENT Urocery itorccr , 10th itreo
JD andCaplsolarcnuo. Apply nn premisca.
S02-U OltAS. XKDKR.
LOTS ( nr (0.193 ( nt $2j.o/T poran i utu , cac
_ for ft term of jcirs. at 'Oratifu Orare
I'ialii' ' adjolnlni ; JUnbcom I'.irt. on the west ,
Uvu minutes WMlfe ( rntn a rcct cnra Money rau
bo ohtttli.nl to build with , by persons Icaalng
thrao lota at regular rates.
JAME3F. MOKtON ,
843t ( On promNnx. olllco 15ir firnim Htreet
T7IOR KENT Brick ctoro. Icqulre at Dniz
JD Btoro , coiner 10th and Douglas eta. E20-II
RuNT Two new itwclllnKs ana two other
dwcllliiiffl In desirable locillty , byUcKoou
No. 1B14 Douzla * street 817-tf
-IiMo burner parlor Uova fnr
J ( ealo ; or will exchange lor buggy. P. E. T.
Ueo office. 614 2 *
"l OB SALE A large and well selected stcck of
JD general mcrchaud sc In tbc growlni ; t Avn of
llumboldt Neb. A gooJ trade established. Ad
dress Hoi SI , HumtoLclt , Neb. Will Bell or rent
etore room. CIO-D
T70B SALE An almost nnw Invincible Nn. 4
JD cook > \eandnood etcxc. Inquire at 1023
Dodge street. Cl.r.-tf
UUKNTl Ullfc i onTSALVAtany p.-ic , ; must
1 to DO d a' o ice. Fa lly breaking up houso-
kccplnllrufscla and Ingrain carpets , wa'nut
chiuibar ( urnltnro btddlug , center tablca. 3
h-ttlug stotes , dlnl g and Kit.h n ( urnlture ,
-013 U.HJ street. House f jr root ; 8 rooms.
_ _ _ 012-tf
E Oll SALE A horae > ew bujgy and | hir
I1C83. Inquire at 2223 KarnamSc. t02 4f
TTlOfl SALE CHEAP The brick audfnmo ad
J1 dittons of Milton Rogcrt , ' house , N.W. corner
lath and Lcavunwarth x.iccts. o 9-tf
I01l SALE Fl'Bt-citsi restaurant Apply to
C H , Mannwiiltr , llt ktrcct , between f.irnam
and Harn'v. _ Sit-ddt
SALE A well paying builncss. central
Full locattd , flood ch.nco ( or the right man
lieasona for soiling satljlaclcry. Ailaiou"Q. V. '
F IOK 8ALK Oood bulldlntr , br.ck.
Water Wrrks office. 446-t (
"lUOICK Colorado ahccp for e\ic. Call on or
addnsa F. O ORAULE ,
188-2 wit Kearney. Neb. _
OPLENDID PHOPERTY FOK SALE At k
O BAEOAIK , one Urge brick house , and one
large frame bouse , v , 1th full lot on Casa near Uth
btreet. Fine chtnco for Investment , rent for 10
per month. Call fo : full particulars , on
609 tf Acent , 16th and
SIX BEAUTIFUL LOfS-MxlM feet each In
Hanbcom Place on etreet car line. Beet lota
In whole addition on very easy terras und at
great bargain. UmuV a ent , 16th and Uouglu
FOR SALE. The Arlington Housed
SOTEb class ; all furnished he only hole
wn. Tlio cheapest property In the Htate.
IJoa all the traveling mm. w III be sold cheap on
terms to suit. Enquire of E. Fulle , proprietor ,
Arlington , Washington county , Neb. ( BS-tf
inllll HALt Or will uxclia go ( or umauk \ > tu-
JD portan Improved eeo oj o ( land tdjcln-
Ing A ttatfon on U. P. U. 11. li. DUNHAM. 14U
FurnhamSt. , Oraalin. 720 Suit
RICE FOll HALE.
B SOB-tl ESTABKOOK X OOB
CJTHAYEO From corner Ifatney and 2UtSt. ,
O one Jersey cow , ab.utOjcars old. color } el-
low and vhlte. Will P1V reaaonnblu reward
for her return.
639-7t JAMES NEVILLE.
On .Sunday laat , a while bull pup , Un *
LOST od ; answers to name of "rulsor.
Mliccver wlllieturn Ihosamo to Harris & Flihor
will bo mitably icwardcd. 018 tn _
T OST Saturday morning cno p > lr ol coiIaa -
I j o , The Under will ba rewarded by leaving > t
1318 Ftrnhim street. tfla-tf
UP A large blick tog. Owner can
IxAKEN . Eame o ! O. Q. Vlckroynear Johnson's
br'ckyaid. 609-2 t
. JUIT llouso and ( Jir | > ct Oieaner , stove
I'olliher. Leave orders at Republican of-
Hco , 13th and IHinrlm. 868-tt
Oti f AA will liuj1 tbe furniture of the b rt
3 > 4OUU paying hotel In Iowa , llenl rcas
enable. Address Dolpb Macgregor , Bee office ,
Omaha , Neb. 108-tf
MAQIRTER OF PALMVSTEFJY
TIONAL13T , 463 Tenth Btraet , bc WMB Pirnto
andllainer. Will , with tbe aid of guardliS
iplrlti. obtain ( nt an ; ono a glance al the pail
and preront , and on certain conditions la tbu fui
lure. Bocta and tihcr * t d to irder. Porfw
Ths ] ( x > wder never varied , A marrei o
purity , ttrength and wholeoosieuee * ,
More economical than the ordinary kiada
and cannot be told in competition with the ,
multitude of low teat , abort weight , al.ua
phoiphate powders. Bold only in can
L IUKINQ 1'oWDtE Co.
106 VfM St. , New York