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Jitirday Evening, March 17, 1888.
Tim Cmirlrr Cnn 1e I'ound At
Windsor lfottl News Htand,
Capital Hotel NcwsHtnnd,
Odell's Dining Hntl Nowa Hlund.
Clnsoti A Fletcher's, UIO 0 HtrreU
A. T. taming A Go's., 1100 O Hlrcet.
Tho Gotham NowsHtaml, 11H Houtli llth Ht.
Keith nm., lit Not Hi llth Htrcot.
Kd. Young, 10CO 0 Htrcot.
NOTIOK TO ADVHHTIHKUH.
Advertisers are requested In send In thol
favors as rnrly n possible, not Inter Minn four
o'clock Friday afternoon, ns tlio Count Kit
goes to press that ovenlng. When ordering
your advertisement out (Imp tlio business
mnnngct ncard. Tho collector Is apt to forgot
tuch orders, ntul rompllnuco with thli request
will suvo us troublo and yourself nnnoynnco.
We ro dnlly adding to our list of subscribers,
employing n man especially for thnt solo pur
po,und claim thatusun advertising medium
tho Couiiikh In unexcelled.
Dunlnp lints Spring Style.
Hatter and Furnisher,
1137 O Street.
Whltobrenst Coal and Ltmo Company.
Lecvrtfi Domestic 7.fl5.
Lnco curtains at Onklcy fie Co,
Delicious lunches at Brown's Ca(5.
Oysters, fresh, fat and fluo at Brown's.
Ask your grocer for homo inailo bread.
Bmoko Club Room cigar. Burr block.
Fifty cent glove inle at Oakley & Co.
Farty mltta and gloves at Oakley & Co.
Carpets at bottom prices at Oakloy fc Co,
Trickey & Co., wholesale and retail Jewelers.
Kern Si Roberta, dentist S3 Alexander Blk.
Embroideries in fancy edgings nt Oakley's.
Don Cameron, lOSft-0 street, for lunchea
Black silk mltU just received nt Oakloy &
Muslin underwear, now line, nt Oakloy &
Call for 18o full regular hose at Oakloy &
Got tho boat. It 1 Lenvltt's Domestic
All tho lotcat wraps and Jackets nt Oakloy
Thirty-two Inch sateen 13 l-2o at Oakloy
Jots, Jets, jot, In trimming and panels nt
Broadcloths f 1.25 and nmnton cloth nt Oak
Hot rolls and to biscuit at tlio City bakery
Thousand mile tickota for solo at 115 South
Pure, ftrstrdass goods at BetU & Bowell's,
Oysters in every style, f lno and fresh, at
Don Cameron V.
Go to tho City bakery for homp made bread.
Cor. 10th and N.
Try Hutchlni & Ilyatt's Mendota lump for
Our best families all uso no other coal but
Our May Lee So cigar ts the best In the city.
Try It Burr block.
Canon City Coal again at tho Whltebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
Take the Elkhorn linos, Omaha train leav
ing Lincoln at 7 a. m.
Oakley & Co. have the fast black hosiery
for ladies and children.
After tho club parties, go to Brown's new
caf t5 for a delicious lunch.
Canned goods of overy description atBotts
& Bowell's, 1120 O street,
Betts Si Sowcll aro headquarters for fluo
groceries, at 1130 O street.
Smoke tho Club Room cigar mado by Ha
vanah cigar factory, Burr block.
Before Insuring look up tho Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Now York.
TheMItsourlPaclfla railroad run free reclin
ing chalr'cars on nil through trains.
lluttins & Hyatt mako a sjieclalty of sea
soned W3 and toft wood, cut to order.
Roast Turkey, Goose and all kinds of meats
at Don Cameron's every day for dinner.
Finest line of, smokers' meerschaum articles
at tho Havana cigar factory, Burr block.
Monarch and Lincoln brands of canned
goods at Betts & Bowell's, 1120 O street;
Fifteen cents a yard will buy a cholco
French gingham of Ashby & MUlsuaugh.
Doctor B. F, Ualloy, ofllco anil residence
cor. of Thirteenth and O street. Tel. 017.
Seasonable fruIU of nil kinds nrq special
Betts & Bowell's, grocers, 1120 O
Imported smoking tobaccos, finest made, to
be had only at Havana cigar factory, Burr
Tickets to points in Kansas, Missouri and
tlekebTvIu Oinalia on Bale at Elkhorn ofllco,
115 Bo. 10th St.
Tho Mutual LIfo Insurance Co. of New
York. W. B. Hastings, District Agent,
room 63, Burr block.
Bette & BeweU keep tho freshest groceries
to be bad in, the city. Everything In tho
their store, 1120 O
F Amv "f I '.H
g fr-' j
If you want soma of those Oo glnhams you
mmt get them quickly, as thoy will only las
w days loafer .v
ASHBT & MlLL8lUGH.
Mr. D. Newmaa to la New York on a pur.
fcMfag tewr and Mr. Newman fa In Bait Lake
THE ELKS' JltATKKNITY,
What Is It el nit Done at llnmn nnil Atirnmt
In MinlMI. O. K.
Among tho number of secret organization
that now enjoy n prosperous distance In Lit),
coin, nouo have a brighter future than tho
now lodge of Klks, instituted Saturday own
ing at K. of 1. hall. Twenty luemlwrs of
tho order from Omaha and abroad wero
present to assist In tho Initiatory ceremonies.
District Deputy Oraml Exnltor Ruler John
Francis of Omahn, in nn nblo and acceptable
manner conducted tho services.
At lialf-mst ten nil hands repaired to tho
Windsor hotel, where a spread of dollolotis
nulistnntlals and dainties awaited tho coming
guests. Tho banquet was ono of tho finest
that has been spread In Lincoln this season,
and wixs served In coursed with wines, vlst
Claret, Sherry and Mumm's Extra Dry. At
tho conclusion of tho feast, tho flaw of wit,
wisdom and eloquence was onjoyed for sev
eral hours, there liolng a number of very fluo
toasts rciqiomtod to by mouthers of lioth Om
aha and Lincoln lodges.
Of tho soveral oloquent toasts of tho even
ing that of Mr. O. E. Mogoon entitled "Tho
Lincoln Iodgo" received greatest amount of
applause, and wo nro permitted to print it ns
"Ono of tho singular stories of ancient my.
thology was, that Jupiter took to himself a
HKmse, and finding soon afterwards that she
wai with child nnd fearing that tlio child, If
a son, would wrest his power from him, Inju
diciously swallowed his wlfo and tho unborn
Imlio. As tho time of birth drow near Jupi
ter felt great pain In his head and ordered
ono of his servitor to split his head open
with his battlo nxn; whorcuixm Mlnorva
sprang fourth from tlio brain, clad In full ar
mour. I am reminded of this fublo by tho
organluitton of tho Lincoln lodge. It dntus
its origin from this banquet boanl that has
witnessed feats of swallow lug quite as ro
markablo In their way as that of tho old
Greek God. It springs Into existence, wltn
tho stature of a mat), anil armed cap-a-pio for
tho strtiTxle of oxlstenco. Wo pride eursolvos
that s-j lusty an Infant must devclopo Into
magnificent manhood. With Its birth it in
herits tho future, with nil Its aspirations and
possibilities, with all Its repining mid disap
pointments. Its object will bo to promoto
tho comfort nnd well lielng of Its memliers,
and to share thotr bunions and sorrows, to
cultlvnto fraternity nnd good fellowship, to
arrest illwlll nnd malcontentlon, to stand lie
sldo our brothers In Hfo and by his tomb nt
death, to imrvuo together tho Journey of life
until wo reach tho littlo wnysldo Inn where
nil must sleep and whore tho only salutation
is 'good night.'
To tho Omaha lodge as nn organization nnd
to tho members as Individuals, as n bride, wo
plodgo you our troth; you nro our sponsors,
your pledges wo will redeem, and as tlmo
goes on and kindly consideration ripens into
enduring friendship, I trust wo niny often
meet to drink long draught from n loving cup
nnd Join in singing:
'And here's n hand, my trusty friend,
And glo's a hand o'thlno,
And wo'U tnk a right guid wllllo-wnught
For Auld Lang Syno.' "
Tlio baby has been bom audit's n healthy
Tho question of tloslrabla club rooms Is
now what Is agitating the members Just now.
First regular communication of Lincoln
lodgoNo. HO, wait held nt tho A. O. U. W.
hall Monday ovoulng.
A commlttoo of flvo wero appointed Mon
day evening on constitution and by-laws for
tho Elks lodgo and club.
As a starter tho baby lodgo "put through"
thirteen initiates for tho second nnd two for
tho Unit on Monday evening.
Regular communications of tho Lincoln
lodgo for tho present will to held In tho A. O.
U. W. hall, 1110 O street, over Mrs. Gospor's
Thurvlny ovonlng n business meeting was
held, convening nt 7 o'clock nnd lasting ono
hour. Then! wero no lodgo matter attended
to, tho meeting being principally to audit ac
Mr. R. 8. Berlin of tho Omalia lodgo, who
came down with tho delegatos from tho me
tropolis, was tho guest of Exalter Ruler F. C.
Zohrung whllo.ln tho city. Ho returood
A special communication of Lincoln lodgo,
No, 80, B. P. O. E., will bo held Thursday
evening next, instead of Monday, as an
nounced. Work In tho first and second de
grees will bo glvon.
Saturday night was a bad timo for the
Omaha Elks to got away or moro would have
Jolnod in on tho trip. Tho newspaper boys
wero all busy as bees getting out their Sun
day editions, most of tho salosmon and mer
chants has to bo nt their places of business
Saturday night and had it been on any othor
night almost the entire Omaha lodgo w ould
have como down.
Tlio Elk visitors in the city last Saturday
woro Messrs. John Thompson, of Providence
(R. L) lodgo, Louis H. Lyford of Boston
lodge, and member of tho Omaha lodgo as
follows: John Francis, D. D. E. R.; A. B.
Davenport, 11 R.; E. U. Snyder, E. L. JC;
R. C. McClure, E. L. K. ; D. W. Unynes, sea ;
W. Van Cott, treas.; Martin, Kelly Tyler, J.
"W. Miner, C. W. Thompson, II B. Alexan.
der, M. Terrill, II. W. Hyde, W. R. South
anl, Frank Balch, J. E. Larklns, W. M.
Bchull, Tho. Godfrey and R. Berlin, making
twenty in all.
Exalter Ruler Frank Zehrung on Thursday
received n beautiful hot of jowols as n present
to tho now lodgo from tho Omaha Elks. Tho
set comprises fourteen piece and are said to
bo tho finest wt lit the west Thoy are in
cased in a neat Russia leather lox with the
following in gilt lnsciilied on the lid:
II. P. O, E.
Omaha Lodgo No. 89
Lincoln Lodgo No. 60.
Tho jowols wero soon by nil who entered
Zehrung & DtuuV pharmacy Thursday
nnd wero greatly admired.
Ed. Ewiug and U C Dunn wero shown
the mysteries of tho first, Monday evening.
It Is expected that tho first social session
will be glvon about tho middle of
April. Tho boys uro going to Omaha to
tuko in n social session of No. SO to "kind o'
get xstod as to how it's done." Rest as
sured howover, No. 80 will not bo very
slow In It first, uttempt,
Mr. K'tnp Rn. ltn nt Mnhimbntn Inwn
who recently moved to Lincoln, Is opening
out a largo stock of ladles' and genu' flue
Hlinert. nt 1010 H Ktrwt. tvYimvlnrr M... w.wf
linlf of Mr. L. BatT's jowelry store. By the
way, air. mrrnui nmiio quite a nobby look
ing store of tha old stand, Mr. H tears occupy
ing tho sldo tliat Closon & Fletcher vacated.
Miss Magglo Mitchell begins an engagement
at tho Fourteenth Street tboatro next Mon
day night, presenting for the first tlmo in
New York "Magglo tho Midget," which will
bo presented with a oompeteut cast and hand
some scenery and accessories. The play fa
certainly not new to western people.
THE ARTFUL BnUSH.
A Visit to n Lincoln Art Htitillii.
A brief call njion Mrs. Van Alstynn, at her
elegant rooms In tho Eutcrprlso block will av
suro anyone that sho Is not unappreciated by
Lincoln's most fastidious art students, nnd
that Mrs. Van Alstyno Is worthy of this ap
preciation got without saying. Tho lady
has studied the lost fow years with the best
masters In tho east, thereby enabling her to
bring forth In her pupils something nbovo
tho nverago result of artists. Her Ideas aro
modern and her Kwcrsof Imjvutlng aro
To tho visitor her rooms nro n scene of art
and beauty, and from II n. in. to fi p. m. tho
liarlors aro filled with iientoverlng students,
each strlvliigin tholr utmost to oxcel.
Among tho numerous plocm of nrt under
process of completion went noticed KVernl
lienutlful screens, which In thomselv cm wero
marvels of art and eleganco nnd certainly Ikj
sHnk much credit to lioth tutor nnd student.
An exqulslto tea gown, of black surah silk,
was being handsomoly decorated by tho ar
tist herself which will, when dono, U a rolsj
fit fornqueoii. Tho entire front is lirocadid
with "falling imnslea" of dlirorent colors,
arrnngod In acconlanco with tho artist's s-r-fect
taste. Wo also iiotlcetl soveral (liilshcd
pieces, among them a tepresuntntloii of tho
Oriental Idol, which was a production far
above tho skill of nn amateur. A very pretty
snow scono was receiving tho llnlshlng
strokes, which portrays n forest scene In mid
winter. Many unfinished pictures woro uot(cd with
tholr "faces to tho wall" which will er' long
brighten tha homo of somo ambitious art stu
dent. Mrs, Van Alstyno Is n natural artist, of
much ability, and altovo all n most ngrecublit
and successful teacher and wo earnestly Iiohj
that hor success will lie dally ndvaneod.
Hocliil mill Porsonn .
Mr. A. II. Weir jmld Hannibal, Ma, n visit
Miss Mlnnlo Iittn is visiting relatives In
Mr. F. 1). Reeves returned Monday from
his eastern trip.
Mr. A. B, Raymond inspected tho new town
of Alliance this week.
Mr. Gtistln, wo nro sorry to say, has lieen
qulto 111 for n few days.
Mr. John II. Ames nnd wlfo returned from
their Florida trln Satunlay.
Mr. E. W. Parish of Chicago, Is visiting
his brother, Mr, J. D. Parish.
Miss Mnrquett was "At Homo" to n fow
friends Friday ovo of last week.
Mr. O. J. Wilcox, of tho Gorman National
bank, loft Monduy for Furgo, Dnk.
Miss Knto Dainrow will visit hor friend
Mis Gilbert nt Denton, over Sunday.
Dr. M. E. Jones has returned from u trip
to tho coal and Iron region of Alalmma.
Messrs. J. E. Utt and G. M. Lnmbertsoii
loft for Chicago Wednesday on lioanl of trndo
Col. W. W. Wilson has tired of tho cllmnto
of Florida, and tuny now bo found nt homo
Mr. J. E. Mlllor, tho prlnco of dry goods
men, jwild Kansas City a flying visit tho fore
part or tlio wook.
The Pleasant Hour club, so wo are In
formed, will not announce another dancing
jwirty this season.
Mrs Putnam entertained a fow friends at
hor elegant resldenco on K and Twelfth
streots last Friday evo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hargrenves left Sun
da on an ertended trip east, taking In Chi
cago, Now York nnd Boston.
Tho Lincoln Hotel company has filed artl
of lncorKrntion with tho secretary of stnto,
and tho big hotel will lw built.
Mr, S. M. Ashby Is in Chicago looking up
new styles In dress goods for tho popular dry
goods houso of Ashby & Millspaugh.
Dr. W. J. P. Lnwton and wlfo have return
ed from their trip of six months to tha east,
nnd are at present stopping at tho Llndoll
Mr. M. McKlnnon,B. & M. car accountant
who has been 111 for tho past two weeks Is con
valcscent nnd expects to bo at his jnwt next
Tho "Happy Holpors" of tho Presbyterian
church gavo an entertainment Wednesday
evening at tho church, which was well patro
nized. Mr. Jacob North of tho Journal celebrated
his fiftieth birthday Wednesday evening by a
very pleasant social gathering nt his homo on
Mr. John Schulor, with L. Moyer & Co.,
loft last night for Buffalo county, In rospouso
to a telegram announcing tho sorious illness of
Tlio Harmonlo society will hold n meeting
tonight for the purpose of tossing resolutions
of respect to tho memory of tho dead emperor
Mr. Charles Carter, deputy commissioner
of public lands nnd buildings, returned Tues
day from Washington, where ho had been
on official business.
The Police ball at templo hall next Thurs
day promises to lw very largely attended,
nearly 800 tickota havo been sold and an en
joyable tlmo is assured all who attend.
A very pleasant loop year party was given
nt Temple hall Tuesday evening. Unas un
der the management of Mr. 8. A. Warner,
and it Is unnecessary to say was n success.
Several lending memliers of tho Knights of
Pythias accompanied Governor Thayer and
stair to Omahn Wednesdny, w hero thoy wore
glvon n reception by tho second regiment of
tho Uniformed Rank of that city,
A meeting of tho director of tho Union
club was hold Wednesday evening to formu
late pl-uis for the erection of n club building.
Tho matter has been talked of so long thnt
tha Couhieii hopes Immediate action w ill lie
MIssFlorenco Lnwonstcin, a sister of Mrs.
I. C. 'Wise, who visited hero last winter, was
married Thursday evening to Mr. f. Doutch,
at tho bride's homo in Cincinnati. Tho
CotmiKii Joins friends in extending congratu
lations. The death was announced Monday after
noon of Mm, IS. S. Ahliott. Tho funeral took
placo from tho Congregational church on tho
following day. Mr. Abbott was greatly In
terested in charitable works, nnd her death is
Henry Weasel, brother of ono of tho Cotjn
lEit proprietors will arrive from tlio wot
today and on 'Monday continue his Journey
eastward to New York City whore ho will
enter a prominent law school nnd liegln study
for tho legal profession.
Brown, tho popular carter and retaumntcr
has moved Into hi now and elegant quartors
next to tho Windsor hotel nnd will oeuou
Monday next. In our noxt Issue will bo found
a description of his new cafe. Cull around
and see 1dm opynlng day.
Mr. Mid Mrs. J. I!. Harloy gavo their littlo
daughter Dora n very pretty party on Mon
day list. The littlo onta report tho "nicest
time they ever had," as usual, and knowing
Mrs. Hurley's ability as an entertainer, we
liavo no doubt the littlo ones wero right.
THE THEATRICAL WORLD.
A WEEK'S REVIEW AND PROSPECTIVE.
The Field of Ainiiietiiont In Lincoln.
News About I'lity, Actors, I'.tc,
Funko's Opera housu has not held an aud
ience formally a night that has licen so thor
oughly pleased and satisfied with a play and
actress as tho ono thnt wltneHscd tho first
presentation of tho "Deacon's Daughter.''
Tho play Is by Mr. A. C. Gunter ami tho
scenes laid in Now York city and Fawtucket,
Tho synoslsof thopleco In brief Is thnt a
ihsieon's daughter (wrtraywl by Mis Pixloy)
goes from her homo In Connecticut to Now
York City and nfbir two years as nunto girl,
contrary to tho wishes of a strict father visits
tho theatre and like It so much that sho stud
leu diligently to lieromo nn actress and finally
makes n succos of tho endeavor. Mean
while hor father Is not nwnro of his daugh
ter'? new Ufa nnd knowing of his visit to
New York, sliechangesnttlro with hor maid
and nppears lieforo hor father nt tho hum
ble servant ho had ortrayed her to bo, ho
always having a horror for actresses, play"
houses, etc. Owing to tlio presence of sov
eral actresoft attired a la ilrcolrttr, ho finds
his daughter In the homo of bad people and
tears her nwny, taking hor homo. Rather
than break tho old man's heart, shu remains
nt homo doing chores, washing, etc. Ono
day tho houso nnd homo Is sold out tinder
mortgagu and by n scheme lictween tho
daughter and her lover, tho old folks are
taken to Now York and the deacon secured
good employment. Charlie, tho lover, grad
ually shows tho deacon tho amusements of
tho city until he rather likes tho theatre and
Is finally taken to the theatre to sea "Ma
bel Hawthorn" (his daughter) In tho play.
Ho greatly admires tho actress nnd wishes
his own littlo girl could bo half as cultured
nnd duo a lady. Mother nnd father, aro af
terwards taken by Chnrllu to visit tho nc
tress nnd dually n clear sky hover ovor
all nud tho deacon docs not think tho actress
tho worst peoplo In tho world.
Miss Pixloy assumes tho leading rolo Inn
manner thoroughly pleasing to all. Her
seclaltle) wero encored every act nnd twice
recalled after fall of tho curtain. Tho deacon
In tho hands of Mr. M. C. Daly was tho II nest
luqiorsonatlon of tho old Now England deacon
wo have over seen. Hlsspeech nnd every no
tion were true to nature nud much of tho suc
cess of tlio evening may Imj allotted to him.
Tlio balance of tho company was exception
ally good, tlio costuming elegant and tho ex
cellent stugo management alt rendering It ono
of tho most enjoynblo plays seen at Funko's
THIS ATTIIACTION TO-NIOIIT
At tho Funko will bo tho "Ranch King" with
James D. Clifton in tho leading rolo Ho ts
surrounded by n compnny of metropolitan
artists. Among the most prominent are Miss
Mary Trent, tho bright littlo soubretto who
has won applause from coast to coast. Miss
Mary Stuart, tho young nnd talented actress.
Tho famous comedians, Gus Cohun nnd Win.
Iloyer as delineators of Irish and negro char
acters thoy are unexcelled. Tho play Is n
pure nnd refined comedy melodrama nnd
from beginning to cud is chasto and full of
fun. It truthfully depicts tho checkered
career of n ranchman's life w it li grotesquely
ludrlcrous situations, Intermixed with scenes
of pathos. Tho scene opens nt tho Ranch
King's homo in the San Jounu country, and
shift from there to tho sunny land of old
Mexico, with a highly romantic llnale. A
piny of tho day, amusing and Instructive to
nil allko, Interspersed with refined specialties,
new sparkling catchy songs and dances by n
bevy of beautiful girls, comic and witty Buy
ing by great comedians; introducing tho
wonderful acting dog, Trlx, and tho ltatich
King's horso Nero, tho Roman charger.
Till! INIMITAIII.K LOTTA.
Every tlieutro-goer tu Lincoln I eagerly an
ticipating tho forthcoming visit of Lotlu.
ThooiiKHKeuieiit will bo for two nights only,
Monday ami Tuesday, nnd will begin with
tho famous new play, "I'awu Ticket -.'10."
Uittu Is as bright and us well worth seeing lit
vcr, l'ypo and Ink mid paper cannot do her
Justice; only u sorles of Instantaneous photo
graphs could do thnt, and thoy, If they could
bo hud, would liuilto an allium well worth
"Pawn Ticket No. 210" Introduces Lottu In
a scries of situations that give her every op
portunlty to show how amusing sho can be
Tho scene of tho first and t bird nets Is n New
York pawnshop, whero Lottu, known as Mug
lias been pawned as a child for t.TO-and has
boon loft for ten years' The second aid tho
fourth ucts are In tlio parlor nud library of
John Hternhold's home, Into which Mug goes
first as a lady's maid, and finally as Htern
hold's long-lost daughter. Tlio pawnshop
Idea was a happy one, slnco It gives Lottu n
wonderfully varied outfit with which to
heighten the effect of hor madcap fun. She
makes uso of hnr opportunities, too. Blio
makes things lively from first to last, nnd
keops every ono In such a gulo of merriment
that tho absurdities of the piece aro almost
forgotten. Lottn can say moro with a twist
of hor wrist, a twitch of hor eyebrow nnd a
left-handed kick of hor right foot than Noali,
Webster got In his big dictionary. When sho
talks ot tho sumo tlmo, Webster nnd Worces
tcrtogcthcraroho tten out of sight.
Tho littlo actress has somo good players
with hor this year, as a glaitco over the cast
sliows, whoare holplugher win now laurels
with her excellent now play.
Tho reserved seat sale wns oponed this
morning and seats uro going oil qulto lively,
"Littlo Dotcctlvo" will bo given Tuesday.
Agnes Horndon Is "resting" in Now York.
Booth & Barrett havo a data at tho Funko
Lottn played a very succeaful thrco'nights
engagement in Omahn this week.
Tho Faiitnsma company passed through
Lincoln Sunday en route Hastings to Wichita.
John S. Clark's 1 1 road Street theatre, Phil
adelphia, will bo sold at miction on tho 1th of
Tho llooth-Barrett combination appear two
nights In Omaha and a Saturday matinee,
at which Hamlet will bo tho attraction.
Manager Al Hayman has offered Iiura Ki
rnlfy $2,500 each for four perfermnnccs of
Chevalier Blondln In Sun Francisco noxt fall.
Funny Davenport has achieved another
great success In "La Toscn," which promises
to mako more iiiouoy for her than has "Fo
doro." Rose Stahl, a pretty girl and u natlvo of
Trenton, N. J., will debut in tho cast of "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," when Baudmuun pro
tents that play at Niblas, in Now York.
Lotta ami Modjeska aro two type of re
markably well preserved women. Modjeska
was forty when sho liegnn to htudy English.
Mis Lottu is Just thnt ago now. Sho played
In Omaha three night this week.
Roland Reed has made tho hit of hi life
with Now York theatre-goers as Samuel
Buiidy in "Tho Woman Hntor," and his Im
personation of tho old bachelor who pretends
to hate tho gentler ox, but In reality adore
thorn is one of tho funniest thing seen on that
stage for a longtime.
Wall Paper, Wall Paper I
Thursday, Mch. 22,
Wc will place on exhibition an especial ARTISTIC DIS-
PLAY of the CHOICEST DESIGNS and
FINEST COLORINGS in
Wall Paper Decorations,
Which were ever shown in Lincoln.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
HOLBROOK & BONBRIGHT,
234 South Eleventh street.
Mutual Life Insurance
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President.
For tho Yoa ondlriK December Qlst, 1887.
Policies nnd Annuities
In force, Jan. 1, 1M7
U1SK3 iVBHUIUtSl, - -
To Balance from last account 101,710,731 31
" Premiums - - - 17,110,1)01 02
" Interest, Rents and Prem
ium on Securities Sold - 0,000,020 SI
To Reservo for Policies In forco
nnd for risks tonnlimted,112,430,090 00
" Premiums rocoived In ad
.. c vmleo' - - - - 82,314 30
" Surplus ut four per cent, 0,204,441 53
I have carefully examined tho foregoing statement and find tho snmo to lw correct,
A. N. WATERHOUSE, Auditor.
From tho Surplus nbovo stated n divtdonod will bo apportioned as usual.
New Yong, January 25, 1888
ROBERT A. ORANNI88, Vice-President
I8AAC F. LLOYD, 2d Vice-President. WILLIAM J. EA8TON, Secretary.
Samuel E. Sproulls,
Lucius Robins in,
Samuel I). Ilalicock,
George S. Coc.
John E. Dovelln,
Richard A. McCunly,
James C. Holdcn,
Hermann C. Von Post,
Alexander H. Rice,
F. Ratchford Starr,
Low Is May,
Henry W. Smith,
Oeorgo F. linker,
Time; r QTPiMirvQ W' " "ASTINGS, Dlitrlct Manngcr,
niOS. L. STEPHENS, I20 S. xoth St., Lincoln Neb.
Special Agent for Lincoln.
W. I ALLEN, General Agent,
For Nebraska. Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah,
Ofllco over First National Bank,
Cor. Farnam nnd 13th Sts., Omaha, Neb,
SEE SPECIAL PRICES ON
White Goods Gringliams
First Three Days of Next Week.
ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH.
HAVE YOU SEEN
Bead Wraps, Jackets and Dlsters.
Also our elegant line of the latest novelties in
DRESS :-: GOODS,
In Stylish Shades, viz:
Ressida, Raisine, Copper, Olive, Bronze, Goblin, and
all the newest tints. Beaded Trimming to match.
O. R. OAKLEY & CO.
Most Popular Resort in the City.
ODELLS DINING HALL,
1 1 19, 1 121 and 1 123 N Street.
Meals 25 cts. $4.so per week.
Company of Mew York,
Policies and Annuities
In forco, Jan. 1, 1888
nisKs Terminated, -
By Endownientfl,Purchased In
surances, Dividends, An
nutlcs nnd Death Claims 14,128,423 CO
") llliu 1111 ULllUl JA-
- 3,040,514 40"
" Ilalanco to now account
By BondsSecured byMortgngos
, on Real Estate, - $49,015,208 00
" U. S. and other Bonds, - 43,430,877 81
" Real Estato nnd Loans on
Collaterals, - - - 20,160,173 37
" Cash In Banks and Trust
Companies nt interest - 3,010,302 CO
" Interest nccrued, Premiums
deferred nnd In transit
nnd Sundries, - - 2,073,100 03
Jullen T. Davit,
8. Van Rensselaer Crugor,
Chailes R. Henderson,
Rufus W. Peckham,
J. Hobnrt Herrlck,
Win. P. Dixon,
Robert A. Qrauulss,
Nicholas C. Miller,
Henry IL Rogers,
J. AW Auchincloss,
I'roston B. Plumb,
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