Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 14, 1884, Image 4
OMAHA DAILF jWBJB. TUESDAY , OCTOBER U 1884 THE DA ILY BEE Ontalift OITlco , isu. 01O Karimtn St. Council UlitlVflOraco , No 7 Vcnrl ! Btreot , Ncnf Bromlwuy. New York omco , lloom 05 Xrlbnr CTtry trornlng , except Bnnchy * Tl enl ) Uoniiy rnornlng dally. BUM IIT Mitl. Ons Tcti . lltXOO I Three Monlhi . fj. | ItMomM . 5.00 J One Month . I.I Pet Week , 6 Cents. mil WXIM.T , rnnuiniD IT T WIDSMDIT. Bo Te r . $5.00 1 Thrto Uonthl . I I Blxttonlhs. . 1.00 | One Month . ! A i Oonmnnleatloni relating to Newt and Editor ! nkttera ihould to addrcneed to the KBITOR or TT BlI , AH nnstoma Ixttcr ) and Ilemlttanoo ) should 1 kddretscd to Tni Bui rmuimita Coxriirr , QUAH Prills , Checks and PostofBco order ! to b made pa ; able to the order of the company. ? HE BEE PUBLISHING CO , , PROP ! < mS7\.r3il , or. A. II. Fitch , MansRer Dally Circulntion , j O. Box , 488 Omaha , Neb. ISN'T it about time to sot the politic ! pot boiling in Omaha ? Ivnni'it before the people that the rai road commissioner amendment must b voted down. IP Bolva Lockwood oipocta to got an ; votes in Nebraska , it ia about time fo bor to lot her frionda know who her prct idontial oloctora aro. IP Blaine and liogan nro elected Jlobort T. Lincoln is mentioned as n candidate didato for Logan's senatorial shoos , bu the probability Is that Mr. Blaine wll retain him in the cabinet as secretary o : war , a position which ho has filled vorj acceptably. DEMOUHATIC repeaters are said to b < pouring into Ohio from every direction but the republicans are on the alert , am will use every effort to have the villaini apottod. If the republicans succeed it obtaining an honest vote and n fair counj they will carry the state by over 10,00 ( TIIE Ifow York morning Jbunutl has reached a circulation ol 1-12,000 daily , the largest circulation of any newspaper in America , and it expects to roach 200,000 in the next six months. It certainly has mot with a success that is phenomenal , but it is deserved , for It is the spiciest journal in the world. Tnlont , original- ty , wit nnd enterprise combined have undo it such n remarkable auccoss. TIIK Western Union telegraph company has concluded a contract with a Phila delphia inventor to put its wires under ground in that city. The authorities sometime ago ordered the telegraph com * panics to bury tholr wires before the 1st of next January , nnd the Western Union folks evidently begin to think that the Philadelphians mean business. Mow YorK city has given the telegraph com panies until January 1 , 188-1 , to bury their wlros , There is no longer any question as to the practicability of un derground telegraphy. It is only a ques tion of cost , and wo know of no monopoly ely better able to stand the expense than the Western Union. A iinFEKEHCB to history sometimes recalls Bomo interesting Information. For instance , in the testimony of Edwin S Towlo , speaker of the house In 1876-1877 , regarding the efforts of J. N. H. Patrick to secure the United States sonatorship with money , wo find a nice distinction botwoou "bushel" and "bar'l" as applied to politics. Mr , Towlo , in testifying , stated that it was supposed that Patrick had about $100- 000 , and "it was said that ho had a bushel of money. " In answer to the question if that was not before they got to using a "bar'l , " Mr. Towlo re plied that it was , and by way of ox- plauation addoi , "a buahol will opply to a state and a barrel to the union. " Hero then wo have at last found that a political "bushel" moans about $100- 000 , and consequently a "bar'l" means as many hundred thousand dollars as It contains bushels. The size of the "bar'l , " however , varies according to circumstances. MH. PErooN , editor of Judge Weaver's homo organ , fools aggrieved because the IBiiE has at various times expressed Its disapproval of the appointment of his son to a West Point ctdotehip without sub mitting to the customary competitive ex amination. Mr. 1'opoon assigns as a Toason for the departure from former usage that Judge Weaver did not have sufficient time to give reasonable notice to the young men of the district for such examination , and ho dwells with p&tornal pride upon the aplondid showing made by his son so far at the military academy. Now the BICE had no objection to Cadet Popoon aud for all wo know ho may bo the best boy in the district for the place , Our position from the outset has boon that the cadotshlp was not such patronage ns i ) given out for personal or political aorviccs. AU young men in this district , irrcpoctivo of party or creed , should have a fair opportunity to compote for the place. The fact that Borne of the young wen who were chosen by competitive ex amination have failed does not make the act of Judge Weaver any the less object- ionablo. Congressmen are not supposed to bo school masters capable of making a stleclion. They are not the men to decide - cido ia this matter. It thould bo loft to an impartial set of examiners. This WHO the ooureo pursued by Congressmen Crouaco and Welch with regard to caiot- 6bips'aud Judge Weaver's now depart ure certainly does not satisfy his constitu ency , whatever Mr , Pepoon may think of t personally , KEEL' IT BEFORE THE PEOIT , At the coming election the people Nebraska will bo called upon to vote ( A constitutional amendment for the cr ation of a railway commission. This pro osltion must bo defeated as it is simply device originated by thorailroads to pos pone legislative regulation of the ral way trallic until 1880 , when the propose commission , if the amendment is ado ] ted , will come Into existence. The pn posed amendment adds to the prosor state oxocutlvo oflicora a "board of rai ! way commissioners , " and is as follow ! being submitted as a substitute for soi tlon , 1 , article 5 , of the constitution : "Section 1 , The executive dcpnrtmoi shall cnnntst of n eovcrnor , Hcutenant-govc secretary of stnto , auditor of public account treasurer , ( superintendent of public tnitrui tlon , attorney general , commissioner of piibl lands nnd buildings , nnd board of rnllwn commissioner ! ! . The olfiecni named In thi section filmll each hold bin office for the ten of two years from the first Thursday nttor tri first Tucftdny In January next fftor Ills olci lion , nml until liis succottor h elected an qualified , Provided , howoTcr , that the firs election of said oulccrti nlmll bo held on th lint TnojJoy succeeding the first Monday I NoYcmborof 188(5 ( , nnd each succeeding cloi tlon elmll bo bold at the snnio relative limn I each oven year thereafter. All other olliect that may bo provided for by law , under th provisions of thin section , rhall bo choncn I Rtich manner nnd nt Mich Urn on , nnd ihall hoi their oflicoi for such length of time na may b provided by law , and shall perform such dutle and reccivo such comiionnaUoii as may ba prc vidcd for by law. The governor , secretary estate state , Milliter of public account * , treasurer commissioner of public lauds and building ? nnd nttoinoy general , thnll reside nt the * ea of government during their 'terms of ollicc nnd Itocp the public records , books nnd paper there , nnd tnn oflicora herein named nhnl perform such duties us may bo required b' law. " It will bo observed that this amendment mont docs not tpecify how many mom bora the "board of railway commission 3rs" shall consist of , nor docs it fix thi ia ary. Under this loosely constructoc ] ondmont the board may bo composct } f three , nine or nineteen mombora , am their salary may bo fixed at any sum , saj From $1,000 to § 10,000 a year , lion indeed is a aplondid opportunity for ai rascally a steal as the most avaricioui public plunderer could desire , and if the imondtnont is adopted the people car rest assured that there Trill bo plenty ol railroad cappers who will endeavor tc take advantage of this golden opportunity , The attention of the people is also sailed to the fact that there is a loop- lolo loft open for creating any number of low state ofllcors and increasing the pay if the present officials to any amount hat the legislature may BCO fit. Suppose hat a corrupt legislature were olcctod , ho result might bo that an outrageous alary list would bo saddled upon the ax-payors of this stato. On this account , : for no other , the people must vote own this amendment. But why are the raliroau managers no axious to have this amendment adopted ? hey want to take from the legislature 10 power of railroad regulation and lace it in the hands of a commission raply because they expect the commission i bo composed of their own tools whom icy can handle to suit their own Ideas , ho railway commissioner system Is in ivor with railroad managers everywhere ist for that reason. The powers of the immissionors , as a rule , are so limited tat they can do nothing , even if hon- itly inclined , for the redress of the riovancas of the pooplo. They simply illoct statistics , such as the railroads do- ro , and print thorn in pamphlets. They jar complaints , and in case they render decision the railroads abide by it or at , just as they see fit. The trouble is mt the railway commissioners are not othod with the power to enforce their icisions , and it is not intended iat they shall bo. In England , howov- ror , it is different. There the railway immission has proved successful , simply jcauso it is given exclusive and judicial Dwor , and its mandates can bo enforced. - adjudicates cases nndthoro is no appeal om Its decisions , Such a commission in 'obraska , or any other stale , if compos- 1 of honest and impartial men would bo jually as successful and satisfactory to 10 pooplo. But the cunning manipula- ons of railroad managers preclude any ich possibility , llailroad commissions - s in the United States have always ot with such vigorous opposition : the hands of the railroads iat all attempts to establish maximum itcs and to prevent extortion nnd dis- imination have proved failures. These o aomo of the reasons why the railroads refer the commissioner system , and at 10 same time they ought to convince the aoplo of Nebraska that it is safer to ust to the legislature than to any such : homo. Again , wo say to the farmers , orkingmon , merchants and tax-payers morally that they must vote down this nondmont if they wish to protect their tm interests , and compel the railroads > servo In their original capacity of irvants of the people , and not masters , Tun people of Blue Springe , Nob. , ave appealed by writ of man- amus , to the supreme courtto corn el the B. & Jr. railroad to build depot and stop its trains at that place , 'or thrco years the company has boon unning its trains through thu corporate raits of Blue Springs without stopping nlil they reached Wymoro , two miles Istant. The company has paid no at- onlion whatever to the numerous poll- ions that have boon sent to headquarters sklng for fair treatment , and now the itlzsns propose to see whether the B. & I. railroad is run in the interest of the ublio or for the benefit of the Lincoln ind company of town lot speculator * , rhoso stockholders are ofllcors of lie railroad company , and at the same line interested in building up a now town , rhich they own , to the damage of Blue ! ( irirts. Buoh ia ti'io serious charge inndo y tlio indignant citizens of Blue Springs , nd in all probability they will orcntually ompel the railroad by law what it ought u do voluntarily as a matter of justice. ; ho notion of the B. & M. in this matter is by no moans an isolated case of sui contemptible work. Other railroads liai done the same tiling , bntluvo been con polled at latt to do justice. AN INSTITUTE FOIl THE FEBBL1 MINDED. According to the last census there woi in Nebraska , in 1880 , between 300 an JOO idiotic persons , over 200 of whoi were of tchool ago. It is obvious , tha from the desire of parents to hide the di focta of their unfortunate children , th census was not complete ns to such poi sons. It is estimated that with the ir crease of population during the past fou years , there nro now in this state eve . ' 150 feeble-minded and idiotic children c school ago. It is indeed unfortunate thu Nebraska has no institute for the feoblc minded , such M Iowa has at Glennwood The Iowa institute , which was establish in 1870 , now has 225 pupils , nn < an addiltonal building is being erected od to accommodate a largo number bor of applicants that nro unprovidei for. A number of applicants from Nebraska braska have boon refused at Qlonwood a the accommodations are sufficient for tin state of Iowa. It is hoped that the nox Nebraska legislature will make an nmpli appropriation for the establishment of ai institute for the fooblo-mindod in thi state. Such an institution was strongly recommended by Governor Nanco in hii last annual niQBsago to the legislatuream it is regretted that some action was no then taken in the matter. S chools for the feeble-minded are n < longer experimental as is evidenced bj their number , the attendance of pupils ind the result of their work. The firal school of the kind in this country wai itartcd in 1818 at Barre , Massachusetts by the late Dr. Harvey B , Wilbur , and now there are throe itato Institutions and two private schools in Massachusetts , and one state nstituto in each of the following states : Now York , Connecticut , Pennsylvania , Dhio , Kentucky , Indiana , Illinois , Min- icsota , Iowa , Kansas and California , and \ private school in Michigan. The num- > or [ of pupils in those institutes varies rom 50 to 500 according to the accom- nodutions , only throe or four of those tavini ! an attendance of less than ICO. ill of thcso schools are doing excellent ork. The education of thofooblo-minded , onsists of mental and physical training , lost of the schools having chops and irgo farms for the purpose of teaching hem how to work. Such institutions rovido a place for children who are so ioblo in mind that they cannot obtain n education in the public schools. Asides bolng given a mental training , icy are taught how to become solf-sup- orting , in after life , Nebraska has provided comfortable lyluma for her deaf-mutes and her blind , id oho should add to her state inslltu- ons a Echool for the fcoblo minded , i there is a demand for such an insti- ito. Piioi'EiiTY owners make a mistake hon they decide In favor of atone pave- icnt laid on a Band foundation. This is lown to bo the case on South Tirtoonth root , which has boon paved less than mr months , and already numerous do- roasions can bo soon , and tha pavement mscquontly is becoming uneven and > ugh , and It will keep growing worse , fa venture to say that it will have to bo ntirely rolaid within five or sis years. portion of St. Mary's avenue has boon , ld on a sand foundation , and it will in a jort time bo In the same condition as hirtoonth street. A sand foundation ill not do tor our kind of soil. Wo lust have cither broken stone and sand , p concrete , the latter being by all odda 10 best , and consequently the cheapest i the end. The dlfforonca in cost bo- voon a sand foundation and broken stone id sand is very slight , not over 35 or 40 nits per yard , and property owners will > vo money by choosing the latter. If ly more business streets are paved with one wo would advise property owners i decide In favor of a concrete founda- on , which will last as long as the stone , id give the pavement an even surface. A Card from Mr. 1'opoon. FALLS CITY , Nob. , Oct. 11,1881. a the Kdltor oC THE ] ( KK : In your issue of Friday , Oct. 10 , you ipublish the dispatch sent from this ace giving an account of Senator Van tyck'a speech hero , with the following immonto : 'Much to our surprise this dispatch hich appeared word for word in throe four dailies the same morning , has ion ropubllshed in several papers as an litorial from THE BEK. The flattering stimonial to Mr. Woavor's services in ingress was insetted in our columns as a .attor . of courtesy to Mr. Popoon who edits favor's Falls City paper , and naturally ishos to place his friend and benefactor ndor additional obligations. But when is attempted to abuse our generosity by ting the BEK as au endorser of a voucher ir Mr. Woavor's conduct , purported to dVO been given by Senator Van Wyck , 0 protest. The friends of Mr. Weaver wo no right to depart from the truth lion they use Senator Van Wyck'a name 1 the canvass. It is true that Senator Von Wyck , in is Falls City speech , complimented Mr. foavor for voting riuht on several occa- ons , but ho certainly Jld not , and could ot , endorse Weaver for every vote howe wo and for the many omissions to go on 10 record lor or against important moas- res. llj certainly did not stultify him- ilf by vouching for Judge Weaver us a uo anti-monopolist whom the people m safcly trust In every emergency. " You then devote n half a column try- ig to provo Weaver to bo a very bad lan ; to all of which I make no reply , intiniug myself to what you aay about 10. The dispatch to which you take ex- jption and pronounce a fuhohood and nud was sent by mo , accompiniod by ly name , end published iu the HUB and tate Journal only , thu ono to thu Rep ublican being sent by Homo ona elsa horn 1 know not. Had 1 intended to npoio ou you I certainly would not have sent my name. Tlio dispatch strictly true in letter and In spirit. Sal ator Van Wyck aaid < \ nrcat many thiii | upon which the dispatch is silent , but i far as it coos , it is true. fr > u nay tl senator aid not and. could not endon Weaver for every vote ho gave , nnd di not stultify himself by vouching f ( Weaver as a true anti-monopolis Whether Senator Van Wyck did right ( wrong in endorsing Judge Weaver Icavo for you and him to sottli but ho certainly Aid 01 dorso him _ fully and emphaticall as a true anti-monopolist. Your allusio to mo ns the "editor of Woavor's paper is beneath the dignity of the editor of metropolitan paper. I bought the joun al and paid my own money for it , an Mr. Weaver had no moro interest in i than you havo. You speak of him as m friend and benefactor. I am certain ! his friend , as is nearly every ono i Fnlls City without regard to politics , bt his boncfactions consist of in paying m a dollar and a half a year for the Journa Ever since the appointment of my son t West Point , you have missed no oppoi tunilr to attack Judge Weaver for no having a competitive examination , an intimate that the appointmon was made as a reward for political aoi vices. That you may not unwittingly d Judge Weaver an injustice in this matte I wish to state that ho had tire reason for not having a compoitivo examination First there was not sulliciont timo. 1 competition examination to bo worth an ; thing would have to bo advertised al aver the district. Mr. Weaver had no time to do this as ho was obliged to scnc In the name within , a few days. Thei igain such examinations had not provot i succoes heretofore , every boy sent ti West Point in that way having failed. ] believe Judge Wakoloy's ' son being amom the number. Mr. Weaver's ' only doaln in making the appointment waite to find some ono who would bo likely t ( ; ot through. In considering the porsom , o whom ho proposed to oil'ar the appoint , nont , politics was not taken into consid. tratipn at all , Had my son declined the ippointmont ho proposed to offer it to the ion of a bitter political enemy. The ap- lointmont was never asked nor sought b ; ny son or by mo for him. Uo hesitated omo time before accepting it , as it in- olvcd hia retirement from uowspapor vork , to which ho had devoted his life , o which ho vraa strongly attached , nnd ti which ho had been very successful , lo only accepted the appointment at the arnost solicitation of Judge Weaver and thor friends who thought ho would sue- eed nnd bo a credit to the district and bate. And when wo recollect that heft > ft school at the ago cf 15 to bocumo printer's devil and nad never been to : heel ainco , and that ho has hold his lace oo far in competition with other oys right from school , the sons of army fiicors , senators , &c. , it looks as though : io appointment was a good ono. And ; seems to us that you who have made our own way from an obscures position ) that of editor in chief of a pttpor of ational reputation , ought to encourage imby your commendation instead of lacing obstacles in his way. Excuse 10 length of this. T. W. PEPOON. THE SEOOND DI8TETOT , What a I'rctty Plctaro. lyBHeb Dispatch. The Hastings G 37.3tto-Journal ia bo- icching the democrats , for God's sake ate for Laird , as ho ia a bettor domo- : at than S tickleand the Lincoln Journal shouting the same cry. What n pret- r picture ? Rod-hot republican papers sknowlcdging that Stickle ia a better ro- ubllcan than Laird , and then abandon- ig the republican camp and begging the jmocrats to vote for Laird. They to the handwriting already on the all. and unless they can make a split in 10 democratic ranks Mr. Laird ia a gone lalin. Old soldiers , nearly to a man , ill Tote for Captain Stickel in prefer- ice to Fitz John Portor. Laird , know- ig that when that bill again comes up L conJTC.sj , Captain Stickel will vote on 10 siao of Abraham Lincoln and John . Logan. Thia action of the loading alrd papers shows more plainly than onls , that the situation in the second istrict has narrowed down to those few orda , Laird must have democratic ) tos to ba elostod. That's the sieo ! it. ConslHtcncj" ropnho Mirror. Our republican frionda who make so uch ado about the anti-monopolists and iinocrats "fusing , " as they term it , on ipt. Stickles , as against Jamoa Laird , em to have forgottuu that it lias been ily two short years since their ' 'Jim- y" fused with both anti-monopolists id democrats in Adams county , and by i doing "sold out" men in his own par. whom ho had previously pledged his ord and honor as a loyal republican to ipport , and "sink or swim" politically gothor. This is the kind of a hair-pin m Laird is , and still men who claim to fair-minded and consistent in their > - ro- _ ; ion and politics will advocate his claims id denounce the fusion against him as an itrago "bad in principle and practice " tit with such nonsensical argument ! It thomorctt [ ] boah , and thu most incon- tent of all inconsistencies. Capt. J. II. Stickle is running for con * cts on his own morrlts. Ho is not sup. irtod by any railroad company. When n say as much for Jim Laird ? Arapa- > Public Mirror. Capt. Stlckol will content against James lira for the congressional prize in the cond district. Mr , Stickel is a farmer , id a man of acknowledged ability ; but o man wbu boats Jim Laird will have gut up in the morning. Aiinct * Co. All that is necessary to boat Jim Laird to watch that a fruo ballot and n fair unt is had , and nb gravel train rotors lowed to vote contrary to law. And it ay bo proper to state that it would bo iiinontly the right thing to do to keep i eye on thoto ground and lofty politi- 1 tumblers who watch for chances to nako $500" by going coniwy to their ilitical belief , and inducii g oUiors do so ' a blind. All oyca are open. Ihunil- n Co. ffcuw. In niul Oin n ( I'olliiup. ppubllslicd , by request , from TllK UKK. ] Are the railroads really out of politics ? n they imagine that they could hood- ink the people into the belief that they o out of politics , when in reality they o iit deeper than ovei ? Jamca Inircl 19 runomiiiatcd for congress in the sec- id district iu splto of the determined petition of the masses of Out republic is of the district. How did hn manoqo overoomo such opposition ? The ollico > ldiu faction ftlonp could iiovor have Tiied the ( by for liim had it not been r thu tiforts i > f Capuin Phillip ] , the li'icil bom of the Hurling- in road , Wbilu the managera of Burlington roadJaro i the people time nndcgain thatthi trpro out of politic ? , the chief politic btillclcxer was very buuily ongsged n nlong the line in pushing the vauruia f ( Laird. All the ieculinr methods thi are so cfiectlvo in rallying the company employes and dependents nttho primarit wore used without rcaorvo. Section bcsasi station agents , grnvol trains , nnd pai books wcro nt Laird's disposal to coerc the republican voters to his suppori The ro ult is just what might have bee expected. The voice of the party h boon overridden and republicans who rt fuse to abide by the dictates of the cor poration boss will now ba denounced i bolters , communists and crankd. On the day which witnessed the nomi nation of Laird nt Ilnatings , Mr. A. .1 Weaver was rcnominatod at Beatrice John M. Thurston was not a delegate t the congreajionnl convention. Th Union Pacific had no case in court a Beatrice last Wednesday which John ft ] Thurston was required to attend. Bu the political attorney in chief of the groa corporation was there to give Weaver th nomination , nnd plnco him under oblign tiona. Mr. ThursCon draws a lucrntiv salary from the Union Pacifi railroad , but the greater part c his time ia given to the packing of prl marics , running of conventions and cor rupting Jof legislatures. JS'ow , then , th question naturally arises , has the republican lican party become n more prostitute fo the baao use of political libertines lik < John M. Thuraton ? Are the railroad nut of politics ns long as Thurijton am Captain Philipj pacK conventions am nominate our congressmen by aaliamclcs nso of railroad patronage ? Tlio Dlnaiipcaranuo o ( Ohoicrn , WASHIKRTON , October 13. Owing to th Jicappearniice of cholera In Kurope the secre ; ary of the treasury requested the dcpartinen if state to discontinue the services of the snnl ; ary inspectors at London nnd Liverpool rhosoin 1-Vanco and Italy will bo retained fo the present. Drnnds mlvrrllcud as abnoluirly pur THE TEOT : riiconoantopdownon n hot store until heated. tnn ciiiovn tlipco rund smell. A chcmlx will not Co r uircu to detect the presence ot ammonia. DOES SOT CONTAIN 3 miALTllFLIAUa 1119 NEVER QttSTIOXED. In a million homos for n quarter of n century It haj ouil the consumers' reliable tout , THE TESTOFTHE OVEN. _ _ RICE BAKING POWDER CO. , MiitcM or Dr , Price's ' Special Fiayoriii Extracts , Thoirongt ( tfHCitfJtlIcoui ) find Datura I ( later fcaewn&ni ( Ir. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems For Light , ItciUthy nreiul , Th Host Dry Ilop Yeast in the World. FOR SALE BY GROCERS. IHICACO. - ST. LOUIS. M. D. J. ARMSTRONG. . . 'raotico ' Limited to Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 33 Farnam StreetOMAHA. . hriv.'n on Horllcl'H Food , " wrlto liuinlraw of ratcful rf-otlien' Jlothon. ' mill : rontuliiB 110 taroh lIOItl.ICSS'rOODrOUl.NrANTSIflco roni dtarxtu rcUlroHiiocxiltlui7 7 ho l it food in ioalth or li-iiiO'B ! for INFAN'IS. TbelK > * tilltt for IVSl'Kl'TICS-iinl IN\A1.IDH Highly traefids' oinirelngniolhirnnoarulnk. PrIic-IOiiiidr/c. .U5 Irui-vltta Uockonilic trcalmfi'toichildri'n.frwx "I Mle\c U to Ixi urrlfir | tu cnrtMliff Bf th llnil for cliiHrrn " / ) Att incwt . .VrwTor \ UlltCkI-ttlDltlr prKHMIICt.U it- ( prKHMII-Ct. % tlie market -II' U llnrrfl It 11 , , r. 'One of * ! t > * > l tutiKilluti-ii fcr Kolhrr t / / a. 1 . .Zn. ' fill 1)0 pent 1 ' lE'Jl oa : e--oi | t cf vrlco in f tamps. lidKI.ir 'i'fc. ' 3nK ) CO. . Rsrlius WH. ! LU-IJBE Hn. 4Wo J i'j rxxj'crt ov lULT tt To C'oiKraciors anil Dulldors. iVanteil. rropoja's for thobtiildln ) ; c ( Countv : hoe ni.f , district 37 , Doughs preo net l'1/.nu audnpoc- : atloi , ( or vhichuity In noun on npj llcatlon tulho ulcrslfncil , to vr.cin.ill proprit.il * rnuet bo niljreia on cr bf fnro the S2d Instint , the ocinmlttqo re- nhiL- the right to rekct tliul west or any tender I.T EVANS , Chairman nf Coumlttcc , net 10 , 11 , 13rao : 1C17 Hauslai St. iPECTAL NOTICES orSpcclnls vlll Positively not bo isortod unless pain In advanco. TO I.OAW 1Cnr TONKY loaned on ch\ttcl < , 1) ill road Tickets JL bought aad Bold. A. Koremin , 213 8. 18th 7 < 0-tl yfONEY TO LOAN In unn ol 83od. r.td njwiir ( I U. F DiTla nnJ Co. , Uril Kit tlo nud to cntu 1515 ? rD in ft. ! ( ( "AIIA riNANDIAti E.XCIIANaK-L rge or ) staull loam made on approved eccurlty , 1517 direct. 812-lia I no good coat linkers W , D. Ilir- VANTKD dln , Council Uhiffj. r.D A K" l in.in todrho diluuTj HU OII. . 1' . Martini Iiibtu'lmciit ' store. 0 0 13 l/AM'KD-A luilidcT at 1611 DougUi , up-itiu A croodgirlllor Reiural hou norl , at me-itp ANTKD-lJcrinn eli ) to duieiural hoiuswoik at KliiUtUr's. U 00 I'aclllo St. 011.11 MNTEU-A elilat-put Wnr 18 join lot light \ h ui > work. AddniutM. il.caru i.'o oltlfe. \/ANTKl ) I.iJIisortcntlcnioii In city ur country i tolaVorncp , ll ht ud ileuiui work at Uiur n hou'ej , | 2 UicV. udiy u iiy end iU'etly | mavlv ; rk i nt by u all ; nacamu itntio ; ; iutii ) > ( ur rtily Co. , rlnuidelpnla , > 'a. lXJ-lm ) - , a girl fur VANTHO-IinmoJlatcly tioU' oik , I. iiulro tt Ceutrtt HOUM ) , rw. ill and Cati. < < > 9.15 ) - t In IL cam ol chl'drcn \ limit bo cumiietect 8. l < , coruur S5th Aid Dr port. Mil-ll V7AJrl-InllM anil cblldrf 11 to Ulo Icuuni In T ell Klndol Uucy or .4 lieuwcabloti'ru uiU ; \ rANTKD C ipttcnt ulrl ( or houjo work , > $1. pcrnetk. Mr < .ll T , Ix > ivitt , txjruu Sauii H acil In Jl n Ht , Shtun'i ad . Itjon. (70-10 7AKTKO-nlil , mu tb aU i U'nlly I'l t dm wi/04 lor u couj ilrl , In. YTrAy7T.D A cornptt nt irlrl ho iinil V ? hoim > teplnKtoorciiir.h& ntftu. t" ' ! " n 3 , fnoh. JJlhurcct. Will : T y AVTIiD A p d glil tat prf ncr l houic war * VI 1PI4 Webster tt , Mint cook < 1 > . & 41-ti \\TANTKD \ f Orst cun t.Mo boardrra kt > t W. e r 14th anil JMICT _ B4I 16f U ANiED T op ntc ntiivtn OooJ * ozc < i ft conitantcmplojmentKiuiatKn.il. John Jfor fen , Lincoln , cb. _ pu 55 \\7ANTKD Oltl foi general homework. Apr \ \ at2H4Uouglaa. 487.11 WANTi:0-01rlforpciicral : houso-nork In smi ( amllv , MIS noith Ifcth St. 425-t " 1X7 ANTKn-TravillDK salesmen to c.trry fampl T ol s'anlo cocjn In connection i h their re ul line to till on commi Ion throuitn tlie wett M north\ t. Aildregj "K. B. P. " this olllcc , 4.10 10 WANTED-Agcnts to sell Oatelj'a Unhcrtal ttl catoronmoiithly pajintntt C U on or a U. 1' . Lowrj , loom 6 , 111) north Jflih H 871.1m _ WANTKD-TA1)IES OK OENTI.KMEN-In ci or country , to Ulio nlto. light and plcajai work atlhelr ohiihonicii ; $1 tofB per day omlly ar quietly tnadoj work > entby mail , no caniawlnit ; i ! VW ' .or to ) lr > 1'loaso addrow Hcllablo JIaul'ir Cc riill ilolprila , I'.v. _ E03-1 \ \ ? ANTED Uygladv n cl rk hlp In toro , 8 IT HowirdSt. Ilclerinc4Hghon. SiS-KIp \ VANTKISituatlon > In grocery or hardna t store hy young nun eipcrlcnosd In hiulnca AcldreiH " 0. K. " Bee offlc . OlS-lSp D A Scotchman , ( jraHuilo wAiili n pi > I Ion ol reipocttbl Hy na eccrcury or copjlr cleik. Cm comn and ? 200 city or country , lua bee In 2 i ears In U. If. lifst city rclcrtncce. Adtfrc tl 1 Friday , "II A. " 813 north 10th St. 013-lBi | TY/ANTED Situation hv young girl to do laundi TT wotk. Apply at 1003 Jackson St. 6i8.1f WANTKn Between young m ns5 yeaisof ag who can Freak Uanl-h Qermtn ind fugllnh , iiuUtlon in abtcr ailonn or any ether kind of bit ness. Address "II. " Ucoofllce. fll-14p ) WANTKD By a machinist , a filiation tlthcr I manufactory or to UXo charge ot cniclno < licatlng nnparatui. References gUcn. Addrci "Knglncor,11 llco ollico. Situation by a lady a book-keeper c uashlcr. City relcicnucii.Ml. . M. " Boo otllci 481-13 : noau anv oi3 Bttuation aa boo ! kccpir , Iu wholcsalo tatablkhtnorjt to Omahl "C. " cara Bco. SBfl-tl _ llAn'IKUtotonsstrawdcllvcrertof thoL'arracki T T Inquiru ot Joseph t wlu.ni ] , 10th aud Iznd U ! o 10-wlt \77ANrKI [ > A pair second lund 4 ton wage T T MsUe8IIowe or Fal.bauks ruaie , 712 South lit D A married couple dcslro room au TT beard In irhoto fatnllj ; dtblrablo lora'lor Jdrets "A. " 1' . 0. drawer 22. 02 ISp V17AN KO Boarders good hcari tnd coifoitah ! V roonHat$4.6j per week , 1212 tapltol a o.tel 12th and 13th St. tOMSp WANTED To sublit part of ( tjro for wnclcsal bustootn , 14J7 Farnain rt. 007-tl WAM'KD To rent Btablu for 2 lumcs , with roor forwatfon , within Miort dlstnnco from 1'os Dtlliu. Addiess " 11. A. JI. " llSsouth Ibth St. St.C991S C99-1S TX/ANTKU-A furnished house In a dciirab'o Ic T call y forthowlntcrby arespoiislblc i > art } . "II 3. " this olllcu. COU-13p WANTED Partner with S03 ! to take half Intoree Ilia well established and \cry prolltablo bin ness In Omaha. Address "C. II. " cato Bee olllcc Jouncil lllulli lowx 578-15 WANTKD To buy n. 3 or 4 room hotiso In gooi locality on monthly payments. Address 1m ncdlatcly "if. T. " care Beo. 57J-13 WANTED A Dlccly furnl'hcd room In ntlvitti family. Addiejs W P. ti , this onicc. VST ANTED J2.000 on flret-class city cccurity.for I T r yearn , at 9 per cent. Address Box 8CO Post- 'ir.ra ' TOO-tt tna tots. Oll KENT A bric't cottage of 6 roomscity watti H and modern impro cmeijta tf. E. corner o ! Otl ml Hickory St. KENT House of nine rooms eight block FOU from 1 est ooicc. McCaguo. opiioilto P. o. 621.13 _ [ 71011 UENT Three new Mfk stores on Cumlnf I ? atreet , one a come ; . McCajue , opposite P. O. 02226 rjlOU 11K\T Furnished front room with board , I ? lily window , smalt family 033 noith 17th St. 710U KENT Front room for two gentlemen. 1023 J Dodge street Ci3 10" 7\OK 1IENT Suit oJ pleasant front chamber roomi ? furnlsbcil , togentlcrraiand wife , 2113 Cififornla reel. 6SD6 011 IICNT hmall house with htabliNW corner ? PafincaiuITIitrteenth. 021-lSp POH KENT To nnturlshfd front rooms with txiird iu pr ale family In good location. Inquire r.EOO 22dand Buit bt. C03-14p 70U JiK'JT One ilic and one fits rjcm callage. ? Inijuiivat 2413 Cap tolavc. COQ-llp TlOfl IIFJ/I' < fficoor part of ttoio lultable for . whulcsalebnj noAk-Apply ! to 1S07 Fainam'St toeti _ _ _ 7011 HEKT-Twelvooood f rm > to German ton- 1 ant forlliojeais. Hogg's & Hill , 14US Farnnin r t 03-14 poll KENT Thrio room liouso with cellar , on Harney etrcet near 22d. fninilro at ollico New : rk Dry Uood * fetoro. fiS8-l tp DX will buy ophaeloauj 13191'ainamSt. 'O ; ) _ tss-tt roll i KNT-Slxroam house. Ap'r | ' to J * . II. Gladstone , ii : Dcu las. rS4 tf rOFl IlKNT-Nlcili FtirnUhcd front room" 811 eouth 17tl > St. rOIl HUNT-PluaKintrnomj for gontleuun. t COS north 17th street , north of Cillf JinU. (03-l6p roil ll"NT 2 rooms unfurnished $3. anl 1 room furnUhtU. Cheap , 7nl 8. 17th bt. , Ncarl < ? a > fn- rth. CUS-13p rOIl IIHNT Su.toof rooim and boanl 1812 Uodcc. CDJ-liu flOll llENT-llooraa In prl\at family with 1 ornltliouthoaul , AdJrcss "tl. " Bee olll-p. s.vtf foil UiXT Nlcily funiNhul rooms with or with. ' inithouril , Northe.ut corner IMi and Ca 3. MXMIp POlt KENT Ilouiol2rooinii , 2Manil Hurt Btrccts. * IS ix r month. Boggs i : 11111. 60M4p rOIl 11ENT furnuihod llooinu , bri.k bloik , inmi- vriilrupri eiiKntK , one block from ] iuMtnllc ) < , ih aiul Cupltol A\cnue. , .Ul-l'lp POll RKNT FurLls'jtd room 14l7Ho a > d S > . - > ' .OH HENT-A lioius etc rooma 0110 Mock eouth ot 1 the U. P , Dcr.ot. M. Leo , grocer 2Id Ira > eu- > rth. ISS-ia _ rOIl 11KNT A lurnlsheil room rultablo for 5 gin. ttimcn , Urrns mojf rate , flu J'leico ht. 502-lCp POIl fK.S'T A houtool4 roomawlth 21otj , cheap ! ! thloi , ' * second rcMit on. Apply at Mri Uyan's DIUK rail. coJiitr of Ifltb and Dodtfo ft. Mi 10p rOIt KENT Th choice corner itoro KUi a-d Ilonard B'rt'jH ' ml.atJu for a ilrug kturc. Apply Oeo. Illeglr , corner Utdgear.d lath ct < , f.lD-ll ) riOH KENT -1I UB flva rootnj unJ litclini In- ( fjiro7SJeo.tli Iflthitrett. 1011 HUNT-With board , two nlcrfy furnlfhel roouiDxvitn bath room andnatcr cXuit , t.t 3 W , r. lllh and Jonej. M5-Up 011 KENT Two ileslratla rooiroUt Isrro trnut parlor , euluMB Jtr ono or tnn cmtUaJtB. cite I one ( piarUr block ( ram bt , llaiyacnue , > I'lcjsiiit btrcct. 6217 tl On HEtfT Uouie and barn. Win. L. Monroe , dlh aud DougUi , tulepnono 391 , &SM5p [ MK Kb . 1 A kiuill rooiiiiViEii or HKHQII luvr 1 1721 Done UK t. (31 13p tOll HENT-FuuilihedPMloraiidUxl bed room 1 In the northern ) > * of theclci , board f roviJel. iiulie r-f. K rn-ntr 16th Divenpoit bts , botwoo'i < > IH KKS11 I'ariilinC'l room and Imard $5.00 tp week , Vur ) WMtlotatlon.lSltDaveiipait. 4S4-13 ( > OR IlK.NT-furuLl.oi loom 1017 Chlcazo ktrctt VOK KNT-Good Lutlu < .n t' > ro ruoiu. cornerSth uuil Jjckyrinnrfit * A' o will lurulihed rrciu u. 7 ON. W curmr IMli an < ) l avtuwoitb St > . ply ou l > lJll < t ( , J. J\YtU.SJA.Nl 4W-11 . " ' H KrST runnsRinJ M-gatis from two ioll ! r 1 tip A. Hifpo , 1JI9 Io-l < e. 439.1m [ | Tjl iltllKNTTworfOT fuiiii h l for Hall hOTno- .1. KecpiLg , Ucomcr's blook , 3lh AM ) Howard street , 431 tf i F OU flBST A liniuu | th oWitrcwHi \Vni7en Sultrier , ZlSSonth 14th rtreit , 413-tf , ' TTIOU IllSS'T-IIaloI tioiiclo hoii-e , foir rooms , f I1 : shlnn' J.I addition , til. a month. Ai ply room * 2f , dinar n Nut local ItA'ik 3B-t POH UKNT llan.lsimo furnished toonH ) feS HfASt MM. iriyypfiipo- . % 2.tf poll R7UTT A larnl hnl loom IcXW FOU ItF.S't Olio ( f' 0(5 ( B-juaro puna. ctEdholta and E/ckson. 4tO-tf FOR BALK. TIOll SAI.K-2 very oM hooVa dates 1.VP nd 1502 TTIP In perfect con Utlon , h5 about 19) other h'oks. ' 'JI. A , " 513 iiurthMllth Mt. fll7-15p FnnSALB-AIlUeroiid Sililth , New Vnrk and Chlcigo patent ( .enter , nf ] r K" < 'ator. ' Ca 1 at John Power , Cooper thop , 7th and Lcaiotnvmtli. R.8-lCp _ _ _ FOU SAM ! -lloiwfirnltura reri cheap. It. K. FergliSMi , 1018 Wtbsleretrctt. 018-ir.p3 IpOH MALK Potlapp of f > roonn. barn , rornerlnt In I * Shlnn'saddltlHiionl. 81.ri ojsmall ca h pajiiicnt and balance monthly. Bargain. llcCagnc , opp. postoltloc. C19tf IJ OIl 8M.E Puny , tro Jslzod , H\c jears rld.chcaii 1 1C.m th.Uirald olllca , fl)6-ISp FOIl SAtK Oil I'A'CHANOK A water | > i cr ( J la mill , lemons forrelllng ghcnon nptllcatlon to Oco. E. PragjrVacrly , lb. COMm FOR 8A'.n A fewiuatterjcnions | | of cholco Und w ithin 10 to 1 miles ol Omaha $20 to $22 and & 0 per acre. Bogita& 1)11' ) ' . M-M4 FOIl SALE The cheapest little rraldcnco property in Omaha , now hou o of 8 roouis , corner lot , In north partof city , only $2,400 ; owner Icailng. A Imr- Rain fur tome one who keeps a team ; only $500 Oow n. Boggs&llll. 605.14 FOIl SALE Now phaoton. Inquire of Ooo. Hlg- gins at nortn- east corner lOtliand Dcilco. DBl-tt _ FOR SAIif At a bargain , the leading rcitaurant in AtUntic Io\\tt. Oocd business and good rea sons for rclllng. Address Lock box 1C3 , Atlantlola. FOU SALE stock dry goods , notions , line us , tin- dcrn ear , Hoalnry , Lices Ac. , about tCtOO. Nice clo < n stock , will exchange for propcity and seine cash , Oarrahrant & Cole , 1203 Douglas St. Ii7t.17p ) 1011 SALE en Icct on Farram street between 58 F andiO. M. Lcc , Grocer , SIM and Leavonworth. D33-lm SALK Fine business rlmnco at Cr nd lehnd JrtOH ' > "eb. $5.COOmijs Ibolmnk building 22x44 ; an ofllcobullJliiftlilcBicnt8fd8IB a month ; n Unco Rio and burner proof s.ifo with Yclo time lock cot (1,600 , \trylarfjolmnkbookflro proof tale , bsnk counter , deskf , lurtl coal stove , In I ct , a com. ple ; bank ouint , together v.l-h lot 41x60 on Locust 8trct. Title perfect. l < rms j cash , la'anco ou one nivl two j oars time If desired. Call en or oddro'8 Jay K. White , Grand Island , Neb. 62.-tt : Oder far tutu .1 bunch of JOthoIcoheavy feed. Wi Ing ntocrs ( jradcj ) In good flceh woUhlng 1160 and upw.rda. fctra go Uroj. , Sioux City , Iowa. 453-20 FOU SALE A now typo-writer at n discount. Also all Kinds of Tj pow r.tor and Ca'liireph mppllcs. Stripe ill/avis , Kooui 10 , Union Blocs , opposite Opera House. 61MI F I Oil PALE Cheap , a restaurant in good loca tto at 220 north ICth bt , 607-23 pn Y0'l ' SAWS Furniture nnd fixtures nt n bargain , 1 ? Cimiicrclal IloUlpgood houro , three Ftorles lngli , crjtlilni ; i evr. On occountof healthof proprietor , rt'ill tell but dlni ; it desired Call at hotel cr address Frank Klllott , Maunder , Falls City , Neb. 45G-21p FOU SALE Good oow. alenopcn bujtcyhorBO and harnsi s. Inquire J. Jlichal , llail Carrier. 452 tf FOIl SALE Second hand leither seat top phaeton also four sprinjrdelh cry u agon , cheap. W. J iVclshans * Co. , City Mills. 274-tf FOU SALS ICO pianos and organs , boxissulUtlo far coal or feud boxes. A. Hospo. 383-lm I710K HALK A RooJ frame house , fi rootis , all In I ? peed order iliut bo moved nt once Apply to he Woitern Newspaper Utlon , cor. 12th ami Uow. .rJ street ) . 31441 ET < OK SALE A ( , oed eldo bar buggy 217 rt ISth 1 street. 233-tf B OK SALE ( Jhcip a second rundhlicli Inquire at Simpson's Carriage factory , Dodge , lotnccnlith and 16th. 230 tf FOU SALE B20 acres land on Middle Eca\cr , In Smith county Kansas , 250 acre under fence , ilenty of lit Ing water for stock. Good frame hcusu 0x20 , with kitchen 12x20. 203 acres In culti\ation , i rice 91,000. Terms & cish , balance on time to suit lurchasers. Will also Fell CO head cattle if purchaser lesires. Address Thoinia Mitchell , Smith Centre , Cansas , or Fulton & Grove , lUterton , Neb. 257-lui L\OR , SALE 150,000 brick oa cars at Bellevuc. U. C T. Clarke. 21S-U FOIl SALE Loose hay delivered In large or smal quantities. A now line aide bar ton buggy andn rholca&Ie notion or peddlers wagon. U. J , Canan & 'o. ' _ _ _ 17S.lm GilM SALE NenWjtlpmH ! , brick , three stonciC 1 } only hotel in tovf > , jprootre , to leare lor 3 or 6 eirs. 1 ho proprietor * ! UieNHigh House w ishes to ; 11 the furniture atiiTjEtvlurcs of thh hotel on cany mo and terms , ana k6u the hotel for tliio etited bovo Also wonlil sell hotel outright , U agreeable. or parflculurs Inquire of John J. King , Agent , Wcbt 'oliit ' , Nebraska. 24fl-lfi [ 7011 SALE Two second hand plinoa , it KJho'av P & KrloVunn'a Miif In Store on liith Bt SDO.tt WOK SALE A wholettock of clothing , boots and C1 nhocs , buildings at cost , retiring from business. . . II. 1'ctereon , S04 south Tenth street lia-3ra 7 OK SALE Boiler and englno. I have nearly J new holler and englno and Knowlo's pump , 49 erse power , for sale cluap. T.S. Clarkson , Selmy. r , Neb. 922-lm j 8ALK Utitheast corner 20th and Cumin- J ftroot. O. I" . Davis & Co. , 1505 1'arnam sireot. 876 tl 7 > OIl SALK Cheap , a nice cottage , fall lot , J water 6 blocks from the court homo. M. Lto ocer , ! RM and Ectvimwoitn. S67-liuo SALK ipilrtlttgofllco oultablo lor a pnaal 1 uowupiper or job ollloo. Wil eell for cash 01 ii. lanpnfor CuuLa City property. Address ' -X. Z. W co oHeu. flS-t ! 3ALK t\\o open Hcroca-aanrt tiDi'jlei and J cse dallvoiy wtton , chukp , dt 3S1H DtiDuy 81 MISCELLANEOUS. OST About Oolobir .U , utilantul r moVytopai J fohptndaut. Hctiirn to J. M. Thurbton. il o orn y btwtt , tut reward. 6a2-l5 OST Alight lirown fall ovorosat. The flndtr J will roitrlm ahb.ril icward by rttiirnlnir the metoMaxilijtr A. llro. tia-Hp UntlKU STA.M I'HOiJy m jiiU tur i taOumha. X lUw frlntlng Co , # , > t | - ' ' ' " " " ' " " 'll. al c.dfaler In . , 11 arllflf In noKen in i tiiurilur lot n v purtioio. uncr oi ICIh an J I'aclllo Urcct , No. Oil. tsa-lBp "UKm.TFU AND HUIIIMH-IIoiiry Uaddelmir J No. C34 south 17H , ! , > | HU.a , &cUor fj ia > n\iorth , iltmlrun tu liilrom Ilia pul.Uo tiat | ho 1. ) wprcpari.d todo ill klid , UCarm-ntir uurk. tucb. , liou' .a . , barns , tlduwalkx La. , on t.h < > tt notice aiidt asoniblepmu. Oi.lun.Uj innlUIUnKivo prompt tuuuon. ll > ] 4 .luunO Ajdlcwhone hail Icon lillclmd to a gruco.y waac.il . , JiiHuiraol FIX KOIILI , brick. , rd , south ICth blrcot near citj lin.iu. mlt citj U. II. I' . Jonaen imru > niM ( > bli ollloo and rual. J denco toll. * N. E. oormr Ihth wid Ixscm oth _ _ _ _ IM-l W JKIVYaUts , tluU aud iv < puoN rlcant.il with iMiitiry clmr.ur. lw.tic | u > n tuavautocJ Ly Y Abelsucc ( borto J. JI. Builtli. ) box 31B. D7'/lirV . iiiue , rlatQ correamnd h inu by Ijt ut M CIICB. | .f RO iliilbolUiid , 'floil ' ' tal Mia H IKWVIlAJ , f. 14tb ami J,101 ( n / culvw | it lanti from ny diualu not ntwoiu. Alia m In u ncUUou t35 2 1 u Mcouaj JNDERTAKERS !