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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 188T.
THE WESLEfAN UNIVERSITY ,
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i' Jt Will Ba Dedicated at Lincoln To-day
With Imposing Ceremonies ,
NEBRASKA KflETHODISTS MEET.
Opening of the State Conference A
Largo Attcnilntico Both of Mtnla-
tcra and Ijiiy llclocatos
Supreme Court Decisions.
( rr.OM THE BKC'fl MNCOIiX nUltnAtT. I
To-day the corner stone- for thu now
Wesleyan Methodist university will bo
laid in this city with imposing ceremon
ies. Bishop Hurst , of Denver , assisted
by Chancellor Moore of the Denver uni
versity , will have charge of the laying of
the stone , nnd the entire mombershii ) of
the Nebraska conference now in session
in the city will bo in attendance , as well
ns state otllccrs and other distinguished
guests and a largo number of Lincoln
citizens. The university is located in
what is known as University place , lo
cated two and one-half mites northeast
from the business part of tha city , and
joining on the west the suburban town of
llaveloek. The foundation walls and and
cross walls for the building are complete ,
the size of thu foundation being 150 by 71
feet. Thu building will bo three stories
nnd a high basement , will contain foHy-
llyo rooms , nnd is to bo completed Sep
tember 1.1838. Dr. Croighton the newly
elected chancellor of the university , will
devote his entire time until the opsning
of the school ono year from date , to the
preparatory work necessary. The North
Nebraska conference and West Nebraska
conference have both approved of the
work done and the progress inatlo
and the prospects for the
great Methodist university are of
the most Haltering character. Thu uni-
vosity has 2(0 ( acres of ground in Uni
versity place , and the campus grounds ,
covering forty-four acres , are located in
thu center of the tract. The rest is all
sub-divided anil platted into lots and
blocks. Immediately after the laying of
the corner stone 200 will be sold at public
auction , the sale being in thu immediate
charge of John C ; Uouncll , with Face &
Rhodes auctioneers. The B. & M. will
run a special train to University place
for all attending the laying of the corner
Btono and Um sale , and carriages will bo
in waiting at the train to convey visitors
to the si to of the university building.
There has been sold in University place
already thirty-nine lots at private sale
that averaged $300 each , which ought to
bo u fair idea of what the lots are worth
and what they should bring. The terms
are one-fourth cash , balance in three
years at 8 per cent , and the sale given
the Methodist brethren and all others in
terested in the university an opportunity
to show by their works their desire to
assist the university.
THE CO.NFEUr.NCK OPENS.
The Nebraska Methodist conference
opened yesterday at St. Paul's M. E.
church , tills city , Bishop Hurst , of Den
ver , presiding. There are- about ono
hundred and fifty ministers and one
hundred lay delegates in attendance , all
of whom have been provided with homos
while in thn city among their Methodist ,
friends. The opening exorcises yester
day were impressive and one of the feat
ures of the dav was an address ou the
anniversary o ! church extensions by Rev.
W. A. Spencer , D. D. The regular con
ference sermon will be preached Friday
at 7UO : p , m. by Dr. Brilt , the conference
continuing over Sunday.
YKSTKUDAY'S SUIUIKMR couiiT.
Court met pursuant to adjournment.
Richards vs Stato. Motion to quash bill
of exceptions overruled.
Motion to strike aflidavlts from lilos sus
tained.
Stuinbo vs. Seeloy ; continued.
The following causes wore argued and
submitted : Warded vs McConnoll. Clapp vs
Uownmaii , Sparks vs Wilson , Sea ton vs
Hubbard ( briefs to bo tiled ) , VVhlto Lake
Company vs Itircsclll , Hank vs Ubnruinu.
Court adjourned to this morning ut tiU9 :
o'clock.
BurntsMK counx DEOHIONS.
N. & . C. K. li. Co. va Storor. Error from
Nuckolls county. Affirmed. Opinion by
Cobb , J.
1. Under the statute , as it stood prior to tlio
net of March 31,1887 , In order to appeal
from t ho assess mo n tot rtamagcs , whlcn the
owner of any real estate had sustained by
the' appropriation of his land to the use of
any railroad corporation , It was only nec
essary to tile In the office of the clerk of
the district court ot thu proper county
within sixty days after the filing of the re
port containing the award or such data-
ages with the county jmlno , a transcript of
the condemnation proceedings upon which
such award of damages was made.
' - ' . A pa | > cr headed "Transcript , " but con
sisting of acertlhcd copy onlvof the leportof
the commissioners appointed by the county
tidRo to assess the damages , etc. , contain
ing their assessment and award of dam-
sgt's , held , sufficient to give the appellate
court jurisdiction of the cause.
Dakota Stock , Etc. , Co. vs Price. Error from
Lincoln county. Unversed. Opinion by
Cobb , J.
1) ) . company purchased from P. A J. a herd
ot cattle and calves , ranch , the possessory
right of herdlne range , and miscellaneous
oututof herding and raiiehlnir property , sit
uated at and known as "The Chadrou Creek
ranch , " on Chadron creek , In Sioux county ,
Nebraska. The purchase price was 170,530 ,
50,000 of which was paid down , the remain
ing sum jafsKJO , was to be paid on or before
the'-JOlhday of June next ensuing the date
ot purchase. April 7,1881. Also a sum equal
to the running expenses of the herd from
December 28,1883 , to the day of payment.
There was a bill ot sale impressing
the terms ot sale as above slgued by
. P. & J. and placed in escrow in a
bank at Cheyenne , Wyoming territory , with
the following memoranda : "Placed in es
crow with Nortou E. Post & Co. this 10th day
of April. ItfeO. to bo delivered to said Dakota
Stock and Grazing company , limited , upon
compliance by said company with the terms
of the within Instrument , such compliance to
be twldcnctxl bv the acknowledgement In
writing thereof by Price & Jenks , otherwise
to bo returned to Price & Jenks. "
About the 4th day ot June the agent of 1) .
Co. Informed P. & J. personally nt thu city of
Chlcaico that ho was on his way to Cheyenne
and the Chadron Creek ranch for the purpose
of closing up said business. On theCthlit
wiote them from Council Ululfs , la. , request'
ing them to come or send an order to Chnd-
rou Creek whereby on their part the business
might be settled up ; nnd again on the 10th he
Mlegrapluut them from Cheyenne to the same
purpose. Un the llth P. & J. replied by telo
grnnh from Chicago : "Impossible to mak (
delivery or settlement now. Will bo In Uhey
on no pmparud June 20. " In an action by D.
Co. to rescind said contract and recover bud
the money paid thuroon , Held :
1. That 1) . Co. was not in default by nu
son ot ltn not paying or tendering thu 820Ki <
due on the contract of purchase and a sum
equal to thu cxneusn of keeping the herd a :
provided iu the contract , at the bank of Nor
ton Norton E. Post A Co. , at Cheyenne , P
fc J. declining to give nuv assurance that tin
property at Chadrou Creek ranrti would b <
delivered or the dominion thereof turnei
over to It on that day.
3. That P. & J. were In default In falling
and refusing to take the necessary stops ti
enable them to deliver thn ponsosslou , uon
trol nnd dominion ot the property to D. Co
on the 'JOth day of Juue , or sooner In case 1) )
Co. chose to make payment and "tuka over
the property before that date , and In falllui
to deliver the property sold In the date las
above mentioned.
3. That upon the faots and law above
stated , D. Co. may rescind the contract ol
purchase and recover bock the monuy p ltl
tlioreot ) .
Connolly vs Kdgerton. Error from Domlai
eounty. Alnrmtd. Opinion by Iteese , J
1 , The question of Intention In case of ai
alleged fraudulent convcynuct ) of urupurty ii
one of fact to be decided by the trial jtir ;
under the Instructions ot the court.
2. Where , in thu examination in chlflf of i
witness , a question li asked to which ohjec
lion is made , which U sustained , the party
iesiring the evidence must offer to provi
the facts sought to be 'established , befor
' ' ' irror can IM assigned uj > on such ruling.- '
' .a. Whore a coupeteiif ' .vltueas'ls callci
as an expert to testify as to the talno of
property , his testimony It not rendered In
admissible by reason of the fact that he had
not wen the proi > orty since nbout one month
prior to the time when -ho value was to bo
established , it bcinc shown by other testi
mony that the property was In subslanlnlly
thu sainu condition at both periods of time.
4. Whom a witness Is called as an extxirt
to testify as to the value of property In dis
pute , and It Is shown upon examination that
he I * competent to so testify , and his testi
mony Is taken , and upon cross examination
ho Is aiKod If his estimate of values Is not
based on what he would give for the property ,
which he answers In the ufUrinatlvo , a mo
tion to strike from the record all of the testi
mony of the witness was properly overruled.
Such answer would not render the witness
Incompetent to testify , but It unexplained
might diminish the weight of hli testimony.
5. As to parties before the court and re
specting a matter within Its jurisdiction , A
judgment without a litiillnir to support It Is
not void , but at most merely erroneous and
subject to be revised by a suitable proceeding
Inatrlminnt Imvlnir authority to icvlsu it.
Doty v. Sumncr , 12 Nob. , 378.
0. Where piocuedlngs In attachment nro
Irregular and amond.iblc. but not void , and
no objection Is made thcieto by the defen
dant In the action , such nrocredlr.ns cannot
bo attacked or Questioned collatnlly by third
parties.
7. Different attachments of the same prop
erty may bo made by the same nllleer , and
one inventory and appraisement will be suf
ficient , and It is not necessary to return the
same with more than one order. Civil code ,
section iW. ! ( Theicfore. when a constable re
ceives an order of attachment and proceeds
to levy the same on a part of a stock of good. * .
and , before making the Inventory and ap
praisement , other orders of attachment are
placed in his hands for execution , ho may
properly levy upon property of sufficient
value to satisfy all ot Hitch orders , and uiako
but ono return of the Inventory and ap
praisement. In such case ho cannot be
charged with making an excessive
levy unless the value of the prop
erty seized exceeds a proper levy
to satisfy all of such orders * and probable
costs ; and even In such ease , the question
can only bo raised by the parties to the
action. As between third parties in a col
lateral uroceeding the levy would bt ; valid.
8. Verdict In action of leiJevlii held suf
ficient. Hughes vs. Keese. Appeal Irom
Buffalo county. Affirmed. Ouiniou by
Keesb , J. Evidence examined nnd hold to
sustain the decree of the district court.
Asplnwnll va Sabln. Error from Gage
county. Alllrniixl. Opinion by Keesc , J.
1. It Is a rule of law that every presump
tion is In favor of the correctness of thu deci
sion of courts of general jurisdiction until
the contrary IH inado to appear. SeUford V3
Ruby. 17 Neb. , 07.
a. Dills of exception should contain all the
videnco considered by the court in the trial
if a cause. If trot , it must bo presumed that
he Undines of the trial court ou Questions of
'act are correct
a. Where In an action for divorce and nll-
lony an order Is made by the court In which
hocausttlspondliigrc.quirlngasuiii of money
0 bo paid Into court as nnd lor attorney's
ncs , nnd afterwards the parties to the action ,
iy collusion and fraud and for the purposn
defrauding the attorney for plalntlll out
t the allowance mndo for Ills
jompcnsatlon , with notice of nn attor-
ley's Hen thereon in his favor , enter
nto nn alleged settlement by which the
nuse Is to be dismissed and the order tor
kllmony satisfied , sucli fraudulent.settlcmont
mil , on motion of tli'e attorney entitled to
.lie money , be sot aside and the amount found
Uio ordered to be paid Into court by the de-
"endnnt.
4. In such case where no relief Is sought as
gainst the original plaintiff and her rlnhts
re to be attected In no way , she is not a ncc-
'ssary ' party to the motion , nnd no notice
jpou her of the pendency of .such motion Is
necessary.
IlKIEF ITKMS.
A young man named Riodan became
nvoived in trouble last night , lie bor-
owed his parents' horse tifter dark bor-
'owcd a harness from u neighbor in the
amo way , and borrowed II. 11. Dean's
larriago without the asking. In the
morning when Mr. Detn : discovered his
loss he notified the sheriff , and when just
about Uftclcgraph to look out for liorso
thieves the carriage was found in another
purtof the city smashed to kindling.
The horse had been found loose in the
treots by the police , nnd the harness was
1 wreck , It was an expensive lark for
ho young man , who wants to settle for
ho property destroyed and avoid prose
cution.
The statement was mude to the BKI ;
'esterday that a woman with four child-
'en ' , who lived on the bottoms in thu
western part of the city was arrested by
ho police as a prostitute. As thu state
ment goes she had f 5 which was taken
Irom her nnd she was told to como to
headquarters and pay the balance of the
line when she earned it. Having been
leprived of what money she had she
begged some bread for her children and
then noignbors wcro secured to look
after them while the woman earned
enough money to keep out of jail.
Track laying has commenced on two
new lines of street railway within the
past week , and the improvements of this
'
character go on interrupted by the so'ng
of the croaker who sings the loudest
when ho fails to unload at a moment's
time property at double its cost.
A colored man named Butts reclined
_ n jail yesterday awaiting a heaving for
stealing some shirts from a furnishing
house und in lighting an olHcer when ar
rest was made. Ho was aa tough a man
to handle as the police often run across.
The S. S. Hadluy company , of Cedar
Rapids , Boona county , tiled articles of
incorporation yesterday. Capital stock ,
t > 30,000. Incorporates , F. 11. Head , S. S.
Had ley and II.'E. Southwick.
Persons who lead a life of exposure nro
subject to rheumatism , neuralgia and
lumbago and will Und u valuable remedy
in Dr. J. U. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment ; it will banish pain and subdue in
flammation.
3 , The ZtthHr.
Musical Record : The zither , that
pretty little flat harp which is now taught
in our cities , and which HO many young
ladies are learning , originated in the
Alpine countries , and was , toward the
middle of our century , used by travel
ing Tyrolese singers as an accompani
ment to their songs and yodels. Even
to-day , when ono sees the graceful young
girl seated at the table , practicing her
zither , and hears those wild chorda , an
Aluine scone raises before the eyes and
transfers the modest lusthetic interiar , in
charming dreamlike transformation , to
rushing streams , pine forests' , blue peaks
and snow mountains , that scenejy of the
Tyrol and Switzerland which a of till
things most lovely.
nPRICE's
CREAM
IlMuporlor excellence prnrnn in millions
lifcraoa for more tlmn quarter of a cuntnrr
Hli used by the United 9t to Oovormnor.t
Kodortcd by the hinds of the ttrent ( Tnlreral
tlM , m the Strongest. Parent anil Most HenItU
ful. Dr. Price' * thn oiUr Biln \ * Powder tb '
doenot ronUIn Ammonia , I.lmo , or Alum
8old ° !
.nprUO.fntAKlNO | . | POWDKK CO. .
mwro caio/rook / . ? . uoou.
Nearly One Hundred Thousand Dollars
Disbursed Each Mopth.
HOW THE PUBLIC MONEY GOES.
The Appropriation Ordinance For the
First Month of the Present
Fiscal Year ,
For years pnst the monthly appropriation
ordinance of the city of Omaha has not bocii
published , and the taxpayers have been left
In the dark as to the expenditures of tlio
public moneys. The pretense for withhold
ing this ! m nor taut ordinance from the people
Is economy although It can bo published for
loss then 810 uny single motitti.
The UKI ; proposes to follow up Its exhibit
of county lluanclertnc by sliowlnt ; the
methods of tnx-uatlnp pursued by the coun
cil. Wo begin by publishing the compiled
ordinances for July and August. That of
July was protested esterday. The Aumist
ordinance appears below. Those ordinances
nro DAsscd at the beginning of each month
for tliti month preceding. Their publication
will interest a very large number of our
traders.
Ai'1'itorniA.Tios' onm.vAxaK FOP. AUGUST.
MAVOIS'SO/FICK.
W. ,1. rtrnntchSSiliiys $ 10100
W. 1' . llccht'l , timyorCi rtnjrs 4000
Koos Printing Co. , envulopt * * , letter
hciuls niul placards Z\ \ " " <
Omiilm Hiililior otnmp Co. , ono gonl. . . ' ) 00
Davis Cojrwlll , C kvys for olllco 1 TO
Total ; 75Tilit
CITY A.TTOItXKV'8 OKl'ICK.
John L. Wobator , city ntty 25000
Herbert J. OuvKtmt l > 0) )
*
Totnl. . . . $ U7o 00
cirv COUJJPIU
lilgtcon counullinrn nt ( V ) per month P03
OITV lltHAStlltl'.U'S liPAUTMKXr. :
John Itusli , city trcmsmor . , . . 110 M
I- : . I ) . Kitten , deputy treasurer ir.'J ' 00
A. I ) . Ornhain , deputy treasurer ire 00
K. P. dridlov , deputy treasurer 15000
John Uusli. postiiKOOtc Ill 50
Swiirt/.tV Kollny , printing 140' ' )
John 8. CunlloUl , Htutlunoiy 210
Omnlm Ilupubllcan , printing and stn-
tlonory 23 00
Omnlm Hubbor Stump Co. , 1 rubber
dittor oto n 51
lices Printing Co. .printing 150 49
*
Total 78720
COMI'TllOLt.l'.lt'.S DKl'AISTMKST.
C. S. Goodfidi , comptroller $ Iflft (17 (
C. A. Golattlo.uopiity comptroller 1500)
J. K. Coulter , deputy comptroller. . . . Ka OU
Itoos Printing Co. , buul : . , printing
and stationery lot § 0
John S. Cnulllcid , stationery II TO
Omitlia Kcpubllcan , prlutlnK 11 10
llnnry Pundt. matches ' . 1 no
Milton Itotfera Jt Sous , cnspiulora 2 5'J '
Total $ 50107
crrr CI.KUK'.S DKPAUTMKNT.
,1. H. Southard , cltv clerk t Ifir. fi7
llsrry U. .Munnvllle.deputy city clerk. U'S ( H )
P. J , [ lurgoss , deputy city dork ll > i ou
"larry O. Couiuemuti. dsputy city
clnrk : . . 10000
) nmlm Kcpubllcan , prliitln ? and sta
tionery 10SOO
S"ol > ni3Kn Telephone Co. , rout of tele-
plionu , AUR. 1 to ill 400
. Ij. I'.verett , posters for mnp 0 85
. II. Soutnaril. lolcK'raina , oto 740
Uo3 prlntliiB Co. , books , blanks , etc. ll'l TO
'llltonUogeraicSons , cuapadurs " 5'J
Total S 7KJ93
KNdl.NKnUINO DI'.PAUT.MISNT.
_ eo. W. Tlllson , city engineer 259.0.1
A.J. (1 ( rover , assistant engineer Pirt.6d
Tliomna Sbuu' , computer 12SOO
'X (3. Carpenter , assistant onKlnoor. . UNI ( ) , )
lee , H. Crandall , assistant engineer. . IOJ 00
J.I' . Kohlmnn , assistant I'njjineor. . . . 10IUJ
8. O. Kulvrht , assistant cnifineor moo'i '
M. J. AlnKuthrow , draughtsman JO J 00
J.It. Kluiball , aasislant eiiglnoor. . . . . UilOO
I. S. Collinsloveler 7500
iV. C.Mt'I.cun , clerk 750J
J. 1) ) . Ilrailly , lovolur 700'J
Jas O. Snowden , assistant computer 10 OJ
Nine roil men , and ono uxo mini (110 ( 00
'at Ford , jr. . iixuman no 00
t. ri. lto-s , axeman CO 09
. ' II. llofimuii.nsslitant compntcrlH
cluya ' - 50
Omaha ilcpubllcun , printing andstu-
tlonory -33 31
Nebraska Telcpliono Co. , rent ono
phone AUK. 1st to 31st ' 400
K. U Cvorett , stiekorslormap 20
Cioorco Uolfinan , two tennis montb
Auprust 7000
Cliurlos llobomon , ono team sovun
days 17
Chionpo Lumber Co .stakes 6'l 75
U. T. lt.Ko , tiurdware 10 Ii" .
C. F. ( Joodman , blue print , etc X > 50
P. J. Karbach , chain pins 400
Andrew Murpliv , blacksmlthlnp 4 75
James Mcston & Son , sledge handles ,
ota ISO
JolmS. Canlllold , letter ttlos 2 70
HoeV Printing Co. , printing blanks ,
eto 2500
Total $ a/jsa ai
unAiii ) OK PIIIII.IO WOIIKS.
Ht. A. O. llalcombo.chatrman salary..t 208 33
t-t. A. U. llaluombc , moving to now
ollieo 400
St A. 1) . Ilalcombo , postage 2 00
a K. May no , member Rl 3:1 :
Louts Holmrod , inomlior 8331
John 8. Canlncld , pens , pencils , oct. . 6 50
B. T. Duke , I screw wronob , btiears ,
etc 315
John S. CaulHnM , stationery 455
Nebraska Telephone Co."rent I telo-
pliono 400
Total t UW I'J
STUKIT : COMMISSION Kit.
Joslah Kent , etreot eominUsionor. . . . 150 00
John Coleman , foreman , 27 days at
$ 5.50 0750
Tim Collins , foreman , 3 days at $ 00. . 7 M
1'oter 11. Chambers , ioronmn,24 days
ut $3-50 0000
Mike O'lirlen , foreman , 27 days at
$2.50 6750
Hans Olson , carponter,24 1-9 days at
$ iW A028
John aarvey.toain,24 4-0 days at J3.M 85 su
Thos. Casey , team , 21 H-'j days ut $ J.50 87 12
Jas. Murphy. team,22 8-U days Ht S-V-O 80 U
Mrs. M. 0. Moaney , to ni,2t 8-U days
Bt3.50 R3Q2
D. A. Davis , tcam,20 3-9 days at $3.50 71 17
8. F. BrlgBS team , 20 2-9 days at $ .1.50 70 7H
Nets I rs n , team , 21 7-U days at $3.50 78 23
Nets Paulsen , team 1 day at $3.50 3 50
Potcr 11. Chambers , toum,25 6-9days
I $3.50 89 45
Pat Davltt , teem , 25 4-0 dayg at $3.50. . 89 08
Tnos. Oarvoy , team. 23 days at $3 50. 77 00
James Leary.team , 24 2-U days at $3.50 84 7H
John Quick , toum , 23 2-0 days at S3.50 M 2.1
Wm.Kmerpou.toain.'Jl 1-u days at $3.50 84 ; tn
Clios. Qalbralth.team , 24 days at $3.50 B4 00
Lomr Kennedy laborer , 24 2-U days at
$200 4345
James Uusltska , laborer , 'M 1-Odays at
$200 4022
Jerry Dusan , laborer , 222-9 days at
$2 OU 4445
Cbarlos O'Neill , laborer , 2J 2-9 days at
f..Oi 40 45
John Uooly , laborer , 11 3-Sl days at
$200. . . 2328
Dennis Connor , laborer l-'J days at
$ JOO 4s 2
Fred Humpf , laborer , A days ut $2 IX ) 12 00
John O'Connor , laborer , 151-9 days at
$2 OJ 3023
II. J. Murtauuhlaborer,231-9day at
1200 4G23
Charles Nelson , laborer,23 1-9days at
f 3 UO 48 2J
Peter Uoylo , laborer , 21 8-'J days at
$2 00 49 70
Danlrl Franco , laborer , 6 8-9 dnje at
$200 U 78
John Kennedy , laborer , 25 5-U days at
$200 M 10
Pat Perry , laborer , 25 5- < * days at
12 DO 51 10
John Casey , laborer , 25 5-9 days at
1400 51 10
James ( loarnes , laborer , 25 5-9days at
* 2 t M 10
Pat Hart , laborer , 24 b-9 days at $2 00 49 10
KU'liard O'llrion , laborer. .5 5-9 days
ntS : UO Cl 10
> llko Ilanaluin , laborer , - ' ) 5-9 days at
1200 M 10
1 borons Shea , laborer , 255-9 daysut
2t 01 10
John Kruoreon , laborer , 21 5-9days at
$2 01 4 10
John Mct/k'H , mhoror , l'J2-.lilays iitiJ 24 45
dno. Hart , laborer. It U-'Jdays at ( - ' . . . 23 : u
Ola ohnson. laborer , 12 9 days at * i 4945
Albert Kol < lRl.lahoror.2J.V9laysat3 4f > ID
Jotin Colllna.Jaboror,22 4-tidays at SJ it KH
OloKrodorlckson.laboror.Sldaysat 13 41 00
Jacob I.innintfor , laborer , 2369 days
atf'J 45 W
Martin Pokuitiiiy , > laborer , 235-3 days
at'i 47 10
Chris. ItiiinuiHsan , laborer , 0 days
RI 12 4000
James Lynch , laborer , 1959 da > s
tit f2 37 10
Bariiey Tuller , laborer , 152-H days
at ti 80 15
Pat MullUaulaborer , 24 tU'l days at * 3 4'J 70
ConConkluy , luhorcr , 111-1 days at $ ' 22 2-
Wm..Murpliyl'iboror,243-.idu stitS'J 48 60
Win. I'lupatriok.l.iborer , 227-9 days
nt $ - ' 5
Jonn I'ttuuaHka , laborer , 23 4-9 days
Bt I" 48 SS
Martin Payuur , lahoror , 2J 7-9 dnya
ut $2 , 1551
Dennis Hurley , laborer , 2.1 4-9 days
it ti. , . . , ; ' . . . - . . . . < * i
Johiv llounociimplaborer , 2t 8-9days
at'J i . . ' , 4970
P rUur , laborer ; H4-B d ys
at 83 48 83
Mike Itllcy , laborer , 24 7 < J days at $ J. . 49 54
Kd Clnrko.laboror. 2J 1-9 days nt $ J. . . 48 23
Nols Larson , foremanST days at 93 SO BT 50
Cbioa o I.tunbor Co. , lunibur. . . . . . . . . . R.I 15
B , T , Duke , nails , hatchet , &o 14 M
Total V 3.551 45
HKWr.lt I.NSI'KCTOH'S HKPA11TMKNT.
T. J , Mot.onn , sewer ln po tor li > 00
Ooo. lleed,2Sdnys at * .W 700)
\Vni. Mulvor , 2Sdays ntfJ r > S OJ
Wm. Hulton,23days at' $ . ' M ) 00
Andrew llnlton , 2:1 : nays nt 12 MOO
Wm. Mnthursoii , 23d vsnf | . ' 6600
dims. Johnson.5 days at fU. 10 IH )
K. W. Oray. G bbls cometit 12 )
J.J.Johnson , Iron pipe 881
Frank .V Miihonoy , tuiullntr sand 15 76
H. Peterson , hauling sand 850
Totnl > f 472 03
'
bUIMJIIINTKNUKNT 'OF M 1)11.1)1.N ) OS.
Ooo. H. Wbltloi'k , superintend
ent $ 150 00
Fostaironnd6copies ot Itopub-
llcan . * . 17515175
Frauk.l. Campbell , clerk 7500
F. A. Tompklns , Inspector , 27 days
$1 108(0
Simon Cook. Inspector , 27 days at ? 4 , 10S OJ
Hoeso Printing Co. , lottur-huads.utc. . 1950
JohnS. Cuulll'ild , stationery 1 OJ
N b. Tciophuno Co. , rent 1 phone ,
Auiitist 1 to August 31 4 00
Total t 407 25
( IAS INSPKCTOll'S nr.l'AUTMH.NT.
.Tamos ( lllbcrtgas inspector $ 125 09
Gilbert .V lllack , gas lUtliiK' , otc , ac
count chiuiiTO In o 111 en 19 00
F. T. Urakfl , 1 door key UO
Total ru70 ! ;
mm.r.it IXSPKUTOII'S OKKICK.
, To opli II. Htandovon , holler Inspector 12i 09
Joseph H. Stumlovon , postage stamps 3 00
Joseph li. Btnndovcn , postal cards. . 60
H. A. ICosters , curtain 75
Total $12825
SlIiKWAt.lv IMSPCOTOIt S DKPAIiTMKNT.
James Allan , sMowalk Inspector . . . $ 10000
Unialia Hepiibhcan , 2 ( losurlption
books l > 00
Total $10500
MHAT IXSIT.OTOIl'S HKPAIlTMr.NT.
F. IKckstlno , moat Inspector $ 100 00
Wm. Fair , moat Inspector 10000
Total $230 09
I'OI.tCK COUUT.
Louis llorka , judge police court , sal
ary $ ISA GO
PI.UMllINn INSPIICTOII'S Dr.l'AKTMUNT.
Robert D. Duncan , pltitnfclt frIn
specter , 9 days . . . . , . USI750
Kobcrt 1) . Duncnn , plnmmnx1 Inspector
specter , month July 125 00
Hubert I ) . Duncan , plumbing In-
spoutor. month Ailirust 12509 $7 7,50
Itobort Duncan , postniro stamps' tito. 305
K , T. llilkc , Yule look and work 8 : < 0
1(003 ( PilntlngCo , blanks , cto : t3 25
Totnl . $ J3J 10
noAitn OK HIAITII. :
Dr. J. 11. Itnlph , secretary $ ? 0 00
CITY VKrKlllNAUV HUIUIKO.V.
H.L. Uambcclottl , veterinary surgeon $12 59
HANSCOM I'AIIK.
John McDonald , No , I , ktcper.31 days
nt $2.00 per day , loodlnar oaRlos ? 1. . . $83 00
Wm. MoKain , laborer , 12 days at $2.00
per day 24 00
Patrick lloylan , laborer , 12 days nt
$3.CUpor < Uy S400
Martin Crow , laborer , 12 days at $3.W )
per ilny 2400
John McDonald , No 2 , laborer , 15
clays nt $3 00 per day 3000
Ja . O'Mahoney , laborer , t ; days nt
f200pordny 2400
Charles Jackson , laborer , 4 days at
S..Uinri1ay ) | 800
T. Kelley , laborer , 12 days nt $2.00 per
day 2409
P. Holland , laborer , 12 days at $2.00
perduy -I 00
Wclshnns i MoEwan , repairing foun
tains : . . ! ,2 !
A. K. Wallace , plutubimri li 40
Total . ' $27255
JIM'TIIIf-ON fltjUAIIB.
A. 13. Wallace , fountain $ 1025
roi'Nrii. ciiAMiir.it.
Davis * Cowif III , 3 keysi f 75
Max Meyer & llro , 1 rojjulutor. . . 50 OJ
V. i : . Wallace , 1 gas lighter ; and
pipers , - . . . . , 225
Samuel Burns , 1 pitcher , 'tray ' ,
etc ' 1 P5
V. H. Ilrlvht & Co. , 1 step" ladder -
dor i ' * 5 " "
O. F. ( laailinnn , sponiro whisk. . 3 00
' . li. KvT-rott , SlicUors for map. . 13 29
{ . T. Dnko. 1 hatolict . . , . 70
Total 577257T 25
ADVKIITISIXO.
J. Edwards & Co. . advertising city
ball ' * I"00
The Enp. News Pub. Co. . advertising
city hall . ' . . . , " 40
World Pub. Co. , advortlslntr city
hall ' 00
Totnl * >
APPIIAISl'.llK.
Various iipprulscrs for20dllTorent ap
praisements $ Hi 09
1)AM\OK" * PAUL
Joseph SIoup , acct-gradlntf Williams.
( 9 20000
lllCCOI'.DINd Dl'.KDS AMI ) Pl.ATS.
County chirk (0. ( V. N. ) 33d Bt , Low's
add to Omaha View $ 3 25
John A Horbaoh In Horbaeh'sudd. . 2 45
Totnl G70
OAI111AOK 1IOAT.
R. T. Duke , 3 Btnblu brooms 1
nilNT ACCOUNTS.
Kxposltlon bulldlni ? nssnolntlon. rent
citv hall , Aug. 1 to 31. 'b7 110 00
V1TTINO UPAH.VIIX 11U11,1)IN .
Smith & Porter , I cupboard und platform -
form
J. F. Cnrdlnor , rebateon taxes al
lowed hy council 2000
John Morrltt. rebate on taxes strip
land mil st " 20
KT.KCTIoy. "
Hallway election expenses $ 5000
ItKl'AIKS.
llcpalrs ICth street viaduct $ 127 79
OAP. OASOMNn XN1) KLKCTKIO T.1OHTS.
Ohlo-Bt. Lighting Co.Knsolino lamps
forAuifiist . . . . . . . $ 55370
Omaha Thomson H. Kh'etrlo Light
Co. , lights for viaduct , Jefferson
&iunro and 13th street 177 00
Total $ 73070
JANlTOIts.
Joseph Granncher , janitor-city hull. . $ 50 00
MIBCKLr.ANKOUS Iltl.1,4.
The Ilyron Itood Co. , famishing
names and making deeds f 854 .10
W. II. lluckloy , one letter box 3 25
J. Tarrant , making connection la
drlntlnir fountain 88 75
Omaha Republicancharters 192 00
Total $ 6fr30
Total general fund $14,06909
Kiioit TIII : i.innAitv FUND.
N. n. Falconer , rent for August $ 109 33
Jessie Allan , salary as libra-
rlHti.Angllst $3333
Jessie Alliin.c.isU paid for two
assistant janitors 84 49
Jessie Allan , cjsh paid to
renew subscription 2210 18902
MiiLTlo ( I'llrlon , salary ns assistant. . 60 00
Charles Kvnns , cataloguer 180 60
Omaha Oas Manufacturing Co. , gas
for July nnd August 3275
(1. M. llnokell. printing 1 60
A. C. McClurs. booUs 43 ? '
Total $ 5'Jl 8j
1'oi.ici : nr.pAr.TMKNT.
1 homas CormlcK. captain.pollcu , nnd
Bnlarioior pollco . $ 1,070 00
Six special policemen. . . . . . ' , 30009
poi.icKcuirur.
John 8. Wood , clerk t 7500
P. Uoyor , & Co. , moving ; nfo 5 09
' '
Total . . $ 8000
IT.-.T HOUM : .
II. W. Pottlt , keeper..l.t t 500)
Nebr. Tclophono io.icnt 1 phone. . . . U 00
Total , , ' t M 00
CITY JAM , .
Ncbr. Telephone Co. , rout.l phono. . . 4 110
P. lioyor Jc Co. , tnovin , ? sarp < . 500
Totnl . ' . ; ; $ U 03
POMCF. AL.VllM.
Jfrry O'Loary , opi'rntor. " 7000
John Kolleyoperator..v 60.00
IMwanl Iliche , operator. ' . ) . 60,00
John Morse , superintendent 4ViQ (
11. Miller , lineman , . „ 3V09
The Police Telephone and Signal Co.
patrol box , keys etc./ ' . . 187.5'J
Total f 437.69
HOSPITALS.
NobnUn Telephone Co. , rent 1 phone
August Ito3l 4,10
St Jooph'H Hospital , nursing" men 29
days 20.71
.TAMT01IH.
W. II. Ilutlor , janitor city jail and
police court 60.00
HUNT ACCOlfST.
Exposition IlullJiiiir Association , prop.
rout oity hall 160.0)
A. F. Wolfe , re nt Cumin * street jail. . BJ.75
Total $ 183.75
IIAUI.IXO I > KAI ) AMMA1.8.
Charles Pplltt , 7 dogs , 4 horses and
earbairo 13.50
li A , tiolnmlth.3) ) doss , U horses , 1
cow and garbage , , . C3.00
Total $ 71.60
OAS , OASOI.I.NK JLNI ) ELKCTIUC 1.IU1ITS.
'Oninhii , Tlioinpnon H. Kleitrlo Light
Co. electric light for pollco station , . . . < 13.00
. . . . F1IIK IIKI'AHTMKNT. ' . '
Salarioi anduxpcniui , f4,635.69
REST ACCOUNT.
J. 8. McCormlck , rant No. 0 engine
house , July and August. . 0000
Exposition ilulldlng association , rent
city hall 4000
Total t 30 M
CLRANINO STIIKKTS.
Fanning Jt Slavln , swooping Dodge
( root I 79 CS
Amount allowed by council August 3 , 61 03
llnrbcr Asphalt Pav. Co. , resetting
curb nnd gtttter.allowod August UO , 83 Et
Total $101 57
FKOM Till : JUnnMKNT FtlNH.
Hugh 0. Clnrk , judemont and costs , , $ 1,505 00
FliOM TI1K 81'K'HAI.IOTH HT.VlAtlllCT FUNI > .
John Itush , rebate on taxes of ! ' .
Strcitz 27 W
FltO.M TUB DlsrillOT OU11U AND QUTTKlt
FUNIJ.
C. D.Woodworth. llnnl csttmat * curb
ing and guttering Mason St. , 10th to
lllh stsV. $ 4S2 13
Murphy , Crolxhton A.Co. , fliml esti
mate omblng ami guttering Cum-
Ing Btf-M ; to old city limits 3,080 10
Jacob Schlcct , Inspector filming st ,
: i'd : to old city limits 045
Jacob Schlcct , Inspector Cumlng St. .
32d to old city limits 7000
Total $ JuiiTr ?
FIIOM Till : Sl'l'.ClAL ( lU.UHNO FUND.
Oco. W. McKlnuey , llnnl cst. on 60
per cent , grading alley , block No. 2 ,
K.V.S. ndd 8483
J. itynn & Co. , final est. on levy , 24th
St. , Scward to old city limits 2G20 85
FIIOM T11K HIST. PA VINO FUNDS.
Hugh Muruhy , baL duo on Dual cat. ,
P. I ) . No. 72 201 28
0. F. HumanInspector , 22 days , P. D.
No. HO 7103
Ooo. Hume , Inspector , 21'dnys , P. 1) ,
No W 0775
*
Total t 34003
FIIOM THF. D18T11ICT SUWKII FUNDS.
L. Poland , Inspector , sewer district
No. ! U , Miiy U7 75
L. Poland , Inspector , sewer district
No. : (4 ( , June 03 35
Mount , v Or mm , portion of llnnl ost.
dlstrUtNo. 34 P882 C9
C. M , O'Donovnn , Inspector , district
No. 44. Juno 1335
C. M.O'Donovan , Inspector , district
No. 44. July I 6805
Hugh Murphy , portion of llnnl ost. ,
district No. 44 1154 A3
Jonn P. lloyd , Inspector , diatilct No.
47 , Juno 6 C5
John P. lioyd , Inspector , district No.
47. July. . . . . . . . . . A 100 00
John P. lloyd , Inspector , district No.
47 , Augusf'V' i 1035
John K llohm , Inspector , district No.
47 , Juno 2009
John F. Daley , final cst. district No.
47 2384 70
Totnl district sewer fund $ D.770 4'J
CITY rt.milC'fl DKl'AllTMIIST.
Omntm Republican , blanks nnd sta
tionery. . . . . $ 900
r.NiiNir.uiNo : DKPAIITMKNT.
Omaha llopubllcan , stationery and
printing. . $ 20 75
111)11.nil INHPKOTOr'S DKPAHTMENT.
Oraah'l ' llopubllcan , blanks , , Vo $ 7 03
FHOM TUB I'OMCK FUND.
Omnlm Ucpubllcan , envelops , ! co $ 0 ! ) 95
1'itoM Tin : cuun ANDourrKU , HTC. , FUND.
D. Komston. repairing curb nnd gut
ter. California st $ 35 35
FIIOM THE NOUTII OMAHA SF.W1IU FUND.
( ] . M. O'Donovan , Inspection north
branch $ W ) 65
J.C. Murphy.lnspoctlon northhranch 100 00
Kdwln Huberts , inspection south
branch and north branch 100 00
*
Total . $230 05
1'itOM SOUTH OMAHA SKWF.ll FUND.
Samuel StobosInspector of extension 1 00
Itl'.CAI'lTUI.ATION.
From the general fund 14,745 84
Library 69183
Fire. . . . 2.BTO 81
Pollco 4,6:1559 :
Curb and gutter l'J 3
Judgment l,50"i 00
Special Sixteenth st. viaduct fund. . , . 27 IK )
District curb and gutter fund 3.038 73
Spcial giadlng fund 2,705 r > 3
District paving fund 310 03
] ) l tnctsow < > rfiliid 13,770 49
North Oiimhiis'iwor fund 2SO 6"i
South Omulm sewer fund 109.00
Total of ordinance . $ 45,518 52
AMn.NDMKxrs oitiiitii : ) IIY CITY COUNCIL
SHPT. C. 1S.S7.
From the North Omaha cower fund :
P. Fox & Co. , 8th cst. south bnmch
N. O. sewer . $ 3,5)5 ! 01
Ityiui & Walsh , 1st on. south branch I,4s3 70
Thompson > V Delaney , 1st eat. north 4,062 53
Total North Omaha sewer fund $ 8,131 29
From South Omiilm soiror fund :
James Fox , 2d cst. boulh branch B.
O. hewer . $ 2,41479
From the ironoi'al fund :
Fnmiing& Hln von,2d ost. grade Plcrco
st..Hth to 10th 8ts . 17718
C. I ! . Fanning & Co. , 1st ost. grndo
22d St. . St. Mary's ave to Howard 310 50
0. ! ! . Fanning Sc Co. , 3d est. grade
3th ( ) St. , Cass to Cummgs . 1,11833
C. K. Fanning , 2d cst. grade Cahfor- .
nl.int.37thnvoto30 st . 1,57937
C. F. Williams. 3d ost. grade Davenport -
port t. , 23d to SHth sts . 1,14053
C. F. Williams , SJ est. grndo Popple-
ton live. , 20th to 3Uth sts . 2,12098
J. Itynn & Co. ,0th ost. grndo Loayon-
worth Bt. , liUb to Mill str . 826 63
O. II. llrown,2d e t.nrndo 28th avo. ,
California to Cumlng . 60368
Stuht & Hamol 1st est grade 14th st ,
Mason to Cn'tollar . 48357
Stuht & Ilamel 2d cst. grade llth st ,
Mason to llancroft . 3,02087
Oco. W. McKlnnoy 1st est. grade
20thCumlni ; to draco . 454 51
IMIOAI'ITULATION ( IV AMENDMENTS.
From Nortii Omaha sewer fund S 8,13129
From South Omaha sewer fund 2,411 7'
From Bpnoral fund 11,79117
Total $ SiffH 25
FltOSt I'OMCE FUND.
GoortfO ICyriil , special pollcoman ISth
Bt viaduct , month of Juno , W S CO 00
KltOM THE ( lENEIlAI. FUND.
From panelC. . R. Knunlnx & Co. ,
1st 05tnb. Kndo uOth st , Cumin ? to
Cuss 49 BO
Total amount disbursed for Aup. . $ C7.M5 27
A NIGHT WITH COUNOItiMKN.
A Host of Minor Matters Rapidly
Acted Upon By Them.
The regular weekly meeting of the
council was held Tuesday evening , all
the members being present except Leo. It
was called to order as a board of equal *
ization by Mr. Lowry , and on motion of
Mr. Hascall was continued as a board
until next Thursday night , when a report
would bo made. The motion prevailed.
The council proper then assembled , with
Mr. Bechel in the chair.
Mr. Lowry presented the report of the
board as a special board of equalization ,
which was read as follows , provided for
the paving of the following streets :
Davenport street from Fourteenth street
to Sixteenth street in paving district No.
81 ; Davenport street from Ninth street to
Fourteenth street in paving district No.
87 ; Sixteenth street from Pierce street to
Vmton street in paving district No. 86 ;
Seventh street from Jackson street to
Pierce street in paving district No. 97 ;
California street from Sixteenth street to
Twenty-second streets in paying district
No. 125. . .
CUI1IIINO.
California street from Sixteenth .street
to Seventeenth street ; Davenport 'street
from Ninth street to Fourteenth street ;
Sixteenth street from Pierce street to
Vinton street ; Cass street from Sixteenth
street to Twenty-second street ; Seventh
street from Pierce street to JacKson
street ; Twonty-liftli avenue from Farnara
street to Dodge street.
In sewer district No. 3. , in sewer dis
trict No. : t7 , in sewer didtrlot No. 4'J ' , in
sewer district No. 4 ? , in sewer district
No.1'J ' , m sewer district No. 62.
UUAIUNO.
Twelfth street from 1'aoilio street to
Williams street.
OSixtcenth street from Ohio street to old
citv limits.
Twentieth street from Pierce street to
Dorcus street.
Loavcuworth street from Sixteenth
street to Thirty-sixth street.
Pierce street from Eighth street to
Tctuth street.
Twenty-second street from St. Mary's
avenue to Howard street.
Alley in block 1831.
One-liUli cost of Kloventh street via-
mict.
Widening Thirteenth street from Gas-
tellar street to Spring street.
Opening alley in Keillek's second addi
tion , and in tax lot No , 33 in section 23 ,
township 15 , range I'J.
The report was adopted ,
Mrs. Dmsmoour wui then accorded the
privilege of utldro.ssing 'tljo' bourd UK a
representative of the Omaha ; Charitable
FIRE ! BURGLARS ! ! THIEVS ! ! !
TTTT
OurTECE3 FIO-I3CT IS O3ST.
Our Victor Jlonscltohl anil Ojflce
Snfe Shall lie 1'rotcctctt.
Wo worn the orhrlnntorii of 1'orutaii S\tr. ,
nnJrnilonot propo < o tr 9U\ml Ifunuly liy nnd
iillo\T HMAUKS to Mtup In Hint reap thu licnollt
of our Inuor. Wherever their "sneaky" iidvor-
tlsomoiits anpcnr , wo crutli them wltlt a uliislo
blow. To tlielr KVKIII. vsiixdHilutK our linltrt-
tntotshim eon stolen our worJ * by copying
our circulars ,
n f P J Wo nro solo owners of
KPU/AFP / Hi M llf ! Pnt
UUnalCUl rldUU MctuiurtntthoVirrnu
HAtiiii. Woeauliou per *
POM * ntrnliKt making , buying , soiling1 or ueiiitf
Bales infringing on our patents.
lltfv M > SAVES Ili-.Aiu.vo NO I'ATV..NT n vrc * .
All IcgltlimUo niul roopcctablu compiinlcs
miimifucturo inulur patents.
iNrill.NllKMKNTd HIKl IMITATIONS MC Sol J Without -
out pntont dates.
'I'lio Victor Snren ronohes that enormous do-
tiinnil not supplied hy nthprrompiinlrg.
Ulllt HKlUrAll9I/.KS ( AND 1'ltlUUSi
Nn.l. Partner's sl/.o. lUxUxlU , weight
U" > pounds . $24 0)
Nn. S. Hou-ioholdaUo , I''xlSxlO , weight
UJOpounils . 3000
No. ft. Small Doalcrs' size , 23 < 13.xl ,
weight 000 ponmU . 4000
No. 4. Postmaster's nnd olllco slzo.1 x-
Six ! ! . ' . wolKlitroOpuumU . 00 00
All sub-treasuries hnvo lint kev locks. All
silos hnvo our n\vu pnttmt oouiblnntlon lucks ,
No. 4 safe hni Spcelul Imhlo Iron Door cover
ing full front aufo.
nnlni ill . IIMSOKIKIIOM.Y Ai'i'i.ir.s l , o o )
TO ( ) I un ANI > VIIMNITV ! IMI i rwt v noun KOH
Aaaioss iiiiniuaiatuiy , TIII : vioioji ; sA\i : ANII LMVK OO.MVANv.KOH
Cincinnati , Ohio.
association for the purpose of securing
from the council n live years' lease of n
lot upon which the association may erect
a building to bo used as a day nursery
for the children of working parents.
On motion of Mr. Kierstcad the matter
was referred to the committee on public
property and buildings.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
From the mayor approving the bond
of P. H. MeUauloy for the construction
of sewer hi district No. 2 ; approving the
ordinance'for the change of the gnuto of
Twenty-seventh street from St. Alary's
avenue to Leaven Worth street.
City Treasurer That John L. Kennedy
and P. W. Mclchcr had paid a sidewalk
tax on lots 33 and ill , block 8 , Uuuscom's
place , under protest. Filed.
Same Tendering $ r > 0 as damages to
John McDnrmott , which had been ac
cepted. Filed.
City Engineer Recommending that
the board of public works take steps to
clean the Eleventh street viaduct.
Adopted.
liourd of Public Works Estimate for
paving California street from Sixteenth
to Seventeenth , in favor of Whalcu &
Brunuau for $ J47.10. Approved.
Same Estimate of $ l'J,090.83 for Regan
Brothers for paving of Sixteenth from
Pierce to Vmton. Paving , curbing nnd
guttering.
Estimate for grading of block 180 } in
favor of C. F. Williams , $ UM.G'J : Ap.
proved.
Mr. flechol Appointing Messrs. lias-
call , Bailey , Lowry. Ford and Boyd a
committee to receive President Cleveland.
On motion of Mr. Huscull Mr. Beohel
was added 10 and made chairman of the
committee.
Board cif Public WorKs Estimate of
$10'J.i)2 ) for C. E. Fanning for the grading
of Twenty-second street from St. Aiary's
avenue to Howard. Approved.
Same Estimate lor the grading of
alley in block U , Kouutzo & Ruth's addi
tion , for $139.08. Approved.
Same Estimate for the grading of
Pierce from Eighth to Tenth for $388.03.
Approved.
Same Estimate for repairing paving
of Tenth , between Center and Williams ,
for Barber Asphalt company , for
$3,471.20. Paving , curbing and gutter
ing.Same
Same Estimate for sflS.SoO.GO for P.
II. McCauley for suwernig in district
thirty-two. Approved.
Same Estimate in favor of A. R.
Heel for drain of 1278.00. Approved.
Same Estimate for work in sewer dis
trict fifty-three in favor P. II. McCauley
for $395.72. Approved.
Same Contract and bond of William
Nevins for the curbing in paving districts
11 ! ) , 100 and 131 with Mankatosand stone
and Platte river sand , P. Boycr and W.
Motlugh sureties. Approved.
Same Contract ami bond of Stuht &
Ilamel for the grading of alloy between
Mason und Pacific streets. Approved.
Same In regard to the location of inn-
toriiil excavated by street railway com
panies. Owing to existing ordinances if
such order was issued , the council would
have to iurnish locution.
Same Regarding change of curhinc nt
the intersection of Burdetto nnd Six
teenth streets.
The city attorney reported advorsodly
on the claim of Andrew Daublo
for falling down tin embankment.
on Hamilton street , as no notice was
given to mayor as required by the
charter.
Same In favor of claim of Lewis
Reed for a cancellation of taxes and
compromise of suit pending by him
nguinst city.
'
'Same In favor of not opening Twen
tieth street until the grade under trestlework -
work can be settled.
Same In favor of claim of N. Welder-
weiser for damages by the tilling in near
lot 2 , block 11 , on S. E. Rogers' addition.
Same In favor of claim of Thomas A.
Murray for damages to property by over *
flow of water.
Same Against allowing claim of J. D.
Spelman. *
Same Recommending that no action
bo taken at present toward opening
Nineteenth street across the Union Pa
cific tracks owing to a contract made
between the said road and the Omaha &
Southwestern railway company bearing
date February 1 , 188U. The considera
tion of the argument was that the railway
company shall pay n part of thu expanses
for constructing the Eleventh und Six
teenth street viaducts.
Same Adversely on the claims of
Joseph and Barbara Erbom. Uradija and
grading.
Same Reporting an ordinance for the
issue of paving bonds for districts Nos.
81. 87 and 00 and alloy district paving
bonds Nos. 33 to 37 inclusive.
Same Report as to the opening of
Fourteenth street in the vicinity of
Moliolus and recommending that a ] > < >
lieenmii be appointed to watch thu trains
instead of opening street. Viaducts and
railways.
Sumo In favor of claim of Joseph
Michael. Adopted.
The report of the city physioiiui was
filed , showing the number of deaths for
August to have been 121 and births MO.
A communication was received from
the Knights of 1'ytliias asking for the
USD of the council chamber on Wednes
day , October 12 , for a reception ,
( jranted.
Several petitions for the erection of
buildings were received and referred to
the committee on tire and waterworks.
From citi/.uiiH Requesting that the
American Water WorKs company lay its
D i PCS in paving district No. llfi before
the paving is commenced , Firu and
water works.
Mother Mary Mngdolano , of thn Poor
Clare Convent Asking $1,00'J damages
by reuson of cimnge ol grade on Hamil
ton street. Claims.
lit. Rev. James O'Connor Asking for
a sewer on Hurt strept. Sowonige.
UKSOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Hnsc.ill That the Board of
Public Works shall huvo power to grunt
permits to street railway companies to
opim on impavei ! streets not mare than
four block * at any one titnuAdopted ,
Jeff W. Bedford Declaring the
Benson motor a nuisance. Adopted.
Mr. Alexander That the street com-
missioiior bo instructed to replace all
cross walks on Popploton avenue which
were romovcd.to accommodate grading
west of Twonty-soviinth street. Adopted ?
Mr. Ford 'Unit the chairman of the
board of public works cause the cable
company to at once lay their track on
Tenth and Dodge streets or have their
trenches tilled. Adopted.
Mr. Suydor That all property owners
on Tenth and Klovonth streets south of
Farntun bo notified to lay sidewalks
where they nro defective and the same bo
made of briuk or concrete or some other
material excepting wood or plank.
Adopted.
Mr. Counsoman That the Bolt rail
way be required to place a tlagtuan at its
Sixteenth street crossing. Adopted.
Mr. Burn ham That flic chairman of
board of public works notify the Motor
line to restore all cross walks removed ,
am } also remove all surplus eartli placed
by it ou the staeets. Adopted.
UKI'OllTfl OF COMMirriXS.
Authori/.ing issuing of district paving
bonds for districts Nos. 84 , 88 , 1)1 ) , 103 ,
121. and 185. Adopted.
Vacating the alloy between lots 13 and
M , block 4 , Kounta' third addition.
Adopted.
Grading Dodge street between Twenty-
sixth ami Thirtieth street. Adopted.
( trading ( irare street from Sixteenth
street to the Belt-lino railroad tracks.
Adopted.
The committee recommended that the
job would be a small one and that Messrs.
Kimball and llungate would deposit with
the city treasurer thu city's half of the
cost of grading.
' necommeuding that a nuisance in tha
shape of a pond of stagnant water on
Thirlv-lirst , between Hamilton and
Charles streets be referred to thu police.
Adopted.
The committee on police reported that
thn ordinance exempting tiiat part of the
city lying north from the south line of
( iraec street and from the boundary on
tliu east to the west ou said line is too
sweeping and recommend that it be not
adopted.
The question of permitting Dr. Kaniao-
clotti to erect a veterinary establishment
near the German school on Hartley street
caused considerable discussion between
Councilmcn Hascall , Ford , Kicrstoal ,
Couusinan , Rasper and Boyd. Mr. Holm-
rod , president of the Gorman-American
School association , on being called for ,
stated that ho was asked to appear and
protest. Ho claimed that several lawyers
have told him the ordinance would pre
vent the erection of uny horse hospital in
the locality named. Ho said that if thu
council would not take action the courts
would have to bo called upon. On mo
tion the matter was referred to the city
attorney for his opinion as to the power
of the council to prohibit the erection of
the stable.
The wooden awning on the corner of
California and Sixteenth streets was re
ported a nuisance and ordered removed.
Maurice Sullivan's appointment as
sewer inspector was adopted.
Paving district No , lit' ) was established ,
the .same being on TJuining street from
thu east line of Thirty-six'.h street to
Lowe avenue.
The committee's report on the curbing
of Nineteenth street from St. Mary's
avenue to Leuvcnworth street with cedar
blocks was adopted.
A communication was received from
John A. Crelghton , offering lots 4 and 5 ,
block It 10 , on Twenty-second street , be
tween Webster and Burt streets , at ap
praised value ,
Report of committee on extending
Charles street from Sixteenth to Seven
teenth streets was adopted.
ORDINANCES.
Ordering grading of Howard from
Twenty-second to Twenty-fifth. Ue-
committed to committee on gra Ics and -It
grading. $1
Extending Charlus street. Adopted. |
Auproprmting certain private lands fet ;
opening Southwestern avenue. Adopted , " ,
Appraisers appointed to assess damages -
ages on Southwestern avenue were W. J.
Kennedy , John H. Butler and Jesse S.
Lacoy.
To assess damages on Charles street ,
John I ) . Furay , \ \ . J. Kennedy and John
Ilnssio. *
On motion the council adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
A ono-nrmod boy in Augusta saved
four norgoiiH from drowning ; but lr
Bull's Cough Syrup lias saved' ils thou
sands from consuption.
The use of highly seasoned animal food
and alcoholic drinks are the predisposing
causes of gout. When aware of its pres
ence use no time in procuring Salvation
Oil. It Kills pain , M cents.
U. S. DEPOSITORY ,
Oz .cLh.a ,
Paid up Capital $260,000
Surplus 42,500 >
H. W. Yates , President.
Lewis S. Heed , Vice-President.
A. E. Touzalin. 3d Vice-President.
W. H. S. Hut-hew , Cashier ,
blltEOTOKS :
W.V.Morse , John S. Collliu
II. W. Yatfis , Lewis S. UooU
A. E. Touzahn.
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