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THE DAILY BEE.
LCorning , Nov. 12.
i'aterson ' sells coal
Eatlcr , o23-lf
t -Frederict Lcadinp
tXSee ! Polack'e advertisement.
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/ Tenth street is a holy terror now.
, . --Vesta Ciai ter party
-Isiac JTickots , American remedy. ,
'jrjjJLp.-rter is running the Omaha Ferry.
' perfume at Kuhn's onV.
% "Articlea for decorating a' Kuhns. "
, -Just reeved at Saie'aafiDC kt of
t \ . "VVhipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel-
f en. U22 Douglas Etrect. o2Cf
"i-BESr-IN THE "WORLD Baiar
Vlove fitting Pattern ? at Bushman's. tf
The best of meats at Bath & "White's
market , opposite the postoffice. 29-tf
1BathVhite , opposite the po t-
receive fresh fish every Thursday ,
1'orlAnds , Lot" , Houses ani Farms ,
over Bcmis'new column on flret page.
FIICSH FISH every Thursday and
Fvi.lay at the Palace Market , 314
Sautb Fifteenth S'.rc.t. 6'lf
-Tils-fair at Crcighton Ii ll is slill
ranuing with good bucccsa and -will not
pious until Saturday ni ht.
/ Lots , Farms , Houses and Lands. Look
overBeinia' nw column of bargains on lot
, " Cho'ce butter , fresh eggs , teas , spices ,
nad a line of fancy and stapla grcccr-
Jse * , just reccned at King , Armst-ong &
GJ. ' , Sixteenth and California Street
The telegraph poles are being put up
on the Omaha & Sious City line from both
Vl . About twenty-two miles of > he
n"rih end are now up. It is hoped to ha\
the wire st.ung next we.k.
The d ily issue ot The Omaha Tele
graph has temporarily suspended unti1 a
pies * and additional
tmuod f.om Chicago , when it will be re-
feumcd. In the meantime a very large
i weekly edi lion will be publish- .
' One plain drunk was pullcJWcd eidny
and wentup in default of S3 and costs thu >
morning. Another individual paid $3 and
costs for disturbing the peace. A ca e of
nssault and battery was also on hand , but
had not been heard from when last re
. Just received at King , Armstrong &
Go.'s , successors to J. O. Slatter , IGtli and
California Street , . OXE CAR J.OAU of
choice Michigan apples. Call and get
- t is expected that the two ends rf the
Omaha & St. Paalline will be brought to
gether to-day , as a good supply of iron was.
&ccivcd this week , and trjck laying has
been going on lively. Through tnvns will
probably be put on about thjlst of Dec-
tjraber. _ _
The hotels were all fnllWcdn eJay.but
ihat-yras no excnse fur the one \ihjcli
turced a number of excursionists ont and
would not 'even let them sit up in the
waiting room. T e crowd went t > the
fiYtltntic Hotel , where they were allowed
tuTet by the fire all the night , the * beds
) > oing every one taken.
* Attention h B frequently been called
to the dangerous condition of the mad
leading up Prospect Hill , which as ihe wm-
iter comes on , with slippery snow aud ice ,
becomes worse. Mr. George Med ock has
fixed the real from the cemetery gate to
the foot of the fir t hill , and the city should
pnt its force at work on their p rt at onte
4iud avoid serious accidents.
, , From Mr. J. S. Gibson , who came
urffrom the state capifcJThursday , where he
attended a mee ing of ths capitol building
'b jard. we learn that the new wing will not
' probably be completed by January 1st , nl
4l jtst not represeota'ives' hall , and con e-
quently the legislature will have to put up
for another session with le s cotnfotable :
. and com enient quarters. The estimate for
. the past month amounted to S4000. The
nsit meeting of the Iward will be held De-
The locomotive which brought the
"WcJncs laj e train up from Lincoln came
into Omaha with its xiilot cover several
. inchcb deep with snow. Inquiry developed
the fact that the train had passed through
nom6 pretty heavy drift on its way up.
There was more snow snuth of us than in
this city , and it drifted corsiderably. 31s-
pccially was this the case on the line be
tween "Wahoo and " \Veston , and Engineer
IE J. Miktbis informed a BEE reporter that
the ran through eevcral drifts that were
f mrfeet deep. One of these drifts was
several car lengths Ions , and an extra head
of st ° am was nece sary to pull through.
flThe platforms were all covered with snow.
The train came in right on time.
2 Sconew Dolmans at Kuril's.
Board § 3.50 at the Hudson Ilivcr
House. - ll-2t
' " -Now Stock ,
Now Styles ,
AtH. DOULE & Co.'s ,
Loading Shoo Stcro.
PERSONAL , PARAGRAPHS.
Bal'ou ' went westycstsrday. S
j'B J. S. Gibson returned from Lincoln yes-
J. C. Rosenfcld left Wednesday for
Herbert Thaycr , of Eock Creek , is in
the cify. ]
llou. J. H. McCall , of Plum Creek , is
iu the city.
Major J. If. Da\is , of Wahoo , was in
the city Wcdnerday.
O. W. IL Darsay , of Fremont , icturn-
ed home yesterday.
Vralik Lehmer left for Alamosa , Color-
; \Vcdne8day. . co >
5Hon. Lewis Ley , of Stanton , came up ?
from the capital yesterday. t CD
Mr. C. A. Servoss , of the Isew York i
ff Graphic , is in the city.
\ Sen Kimball , traveling agent of the ati
'Canada Southern railway , is in the city. cit
Captain C. B. VTeston , Fourteenth In-
fantrj't arrived from the west Wednesday.
C. S. Dilworth , attorney general-elect
of Nebraska registered ut tie Withnell
.T. C. Bonnell. cf the Burlington &
Missouri land department , vas in the city
H M. Baitlett'nd wife vcreamong tlie
liassengers who c-me in ou the Lincoln
Sir. 1C , B. Falconer , of .V. Crui.-ksluuk
&Co.t left yesterday for New York to lof :
be , abacnt two or three weeks. Itpec
i Frank Hanlon came up from Lincoln pec
Vcstcrday . _ , and reports . . _ _ _ . the excursionists are 5
t 't * i ! had worktj keep
there so. having
' .from freezing. t
3tl. X. Sherwood , one of the most pop bui
ular and widely known travelling men on. ate
tiie road , and a genial and talented gentle-
man. is iu the city. sell I
CauUinl. S. Hodsdon , of Chicago ; ; J. goo >
F. Aglar , of St. ) < mis , and ictor By-
lander , of eastern Iowa , were among the
prominent railway ajent * > 5 tbo pity yes-
LIFE'S DEAMA ,
The Curtain Rung Down on
the Last Act for Poor
Mourning Among the Theatri
cal People. .
The fraternal feeling and etpril du
corps whicb exists among theatrical
people has been long recognized and
is immortalized in the story and song
of the "Little Church i'Round the
Corner. " It ia cecn also in a case
which has occurred in our city , in tbo
care taken of a sick actress of the St.
Elmo theatre duiing a long illness and
the respcclo paid ta her last remains.
Miss Kitty Matthews , who was
born twinty-fonr years ago in sunny
England , like , many another girl , te-
came enamored of the stags , aud
coming to America , played several
engagements , her role being that of
serio-comi : singer. She c&ma to
Omaha on April 20th to plsy a four
weeks' engagement for Manager Jnk
Nugent , tf Ihe St. Emo ! , but r.t the
end of the second week was taken ill ,
and died Widaesday alMercyhcspita1.
During her illness her.trienda . among
the professional ? , and especially Jack
JSugent , who has a big , warm heart ,
saw that she wanted for nothing , aud
her last moments vrcro made lighter
by their kindness.
Wednesday , -when her death was
announced , the stage of the theatre
was appropriately decorated \rilh the
inaignia of grief , the chair which had
been occupied by tbo dead artiste was
draped in mourning , over which wire
placed floral tributes. The ladies of
the company wore black ssahcs and
the gentlemen roiottca of the came
When the cnrtain was rung up it
disclosed "the vacant chair" in the
centre of the stage , and Harry Par
ker , the stage manager , advancing
from the eomi-circlc , spoke as fol
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN : It is
my painful duty this evening to an
nounce the death of one of our sister
professionals , who this morning de
parted to that bourne whence no trav
eller return ; . Miss Matthews played
* limited engagement at this theatre ,
but was unfortunately taken sick , and
although during her lingering illness
sbchid every care and attention that
could ba bastowed upon her by
kind friends , it was of no avail.
Mr. Nugent , the manager , with his
usual generosity , provided both phy-
s-.chn and nurae , but her lifo was be
yond the power of man to save. Death
knocked at her door and she answer
ed the call. She quietly passed away.
We who are left can only look upon
her vacant chair and think of the de
parted one who has played her part
in the great Drama of Life. That
drama is ended , her role fs accom
plished , the curtain has been
rung down. We can say lie more.
We have done our duty. Lot the
ctead aid the beautiful rest. "
Those who think that variety people
bare no hearts would think so no
moro if they had witnessed this trib
ute of respect and seen the effect
this speech had upon all present , for
there was net one unmoved person in
The song , "Ljt the Dead and the
Beautiful llest , " was then sung by
Ms ; < Minnie Lttnout , and this cloeed
the sadly affecting scene.
At 2 o'clock yesterday the fa-
neral of Miss Matthews took pbco
from Undertaker Hiovre's , and was
largely attended , a long line of car
riages folio icing the remains to their
last resting place , in Souther's ceme
tery. The funeral was made moro
impressive by tbo presence of the
Cornet band of the Big Four Min
strels , whoso services were kindly vol
unteered for the occasion.
Visit Kurtz's store.
Eeal Estate Transfers.
Goo H. Guy , sheriff * , to Samuel A.
Orchard , B. d. , largo number of"lota
in Wilcox'u add , Omaha ? CC9 40.
Theodore F. Lycn to Henry Gib
son , w. d. , part loti 5 , C , 7 and 8 ,
Kountza ! t Ruth's add. , Om&ha
David Daley and wife to Andrew
& . Parsons , w. d. , o i nw Jeeo.-9 , tp.
1C , r 9 e 040.
Geo. E. Barker and wife to Eliza
P. Barnacle , w. d.lot , 49 , Gio'sadd. ,
Omaha § 240.
Thos. Gibson and wife io the city
Df Omahaq. c d. , part lot C , Capitol
idd. , Omaha § 1.
Do yoor shopping at Kurtz's.
Wednesday craning ,
November 10 , at 6:20 : , Carrie Bertha ,
roundest child of Geo. A. and Dovio
loa lacd , agnd two years.
Services from the house Saturday
aorning nt 10 o'clock.
Attention , Company G.
There will bo a special meeting "of
he company at the armory this eren- :
g at 8 o'clock , sharp. All members 8 (
ro requested to b3 present.
J. W. KIEO , w
First Llont. , Commanding. wh
Court House Bonds. .
Elscwtcro in to-day's paper will
found the advertisement of the
unty commissioners to receive pro
3sals for the § 125,000 six per cent
lurt-hoase bonds , which were voted x
election day. Business bcglnt
omptly aud wo shall scon have a
ruciura that will ba the prideof the G
Do your shopping a * ; Kurtz's.
New stock just 101
H. DOHLE&CO. ,
Leading Shoe Store. an
Only 2 out of a lot of 25 of thcso
lobrated Gold Coin Heating Slovrs
t , and the second lot jmt arrived ,
is no trouble to sell these beauties ;
onleara so-m - convinced that they
the bett and cheapest in the mr.r-
, and will furnish more best in
rning 2 tons of coal than any othrr ioar
! ar :
ve will in burning 3 tons. I will
them on monthly with CL
vuu - j payments Tlikll '
d Bocurity. W. F. STOTZEL , *
10th and Jackson Sta. i
OOKB AT EDBOLJP& EWCKSO.V'S , pB ;
Results of the Convention at
the Capital Wednesday.
The meeting of the militia officers
e ! the state at Lincoln Wednssdty WEB
an interesting ono , and one that
promises much good to the militia of
the state. The following named offi
cers responded to roll call and reported
ready for business :
Capt Scott and Lieut. Adamson , of
Co. D , York.
Capt. Crager , Co. G , Omaha.
Prtvato Smith , of Co. H , Omaha.
Capt. Copp and Lieut Mumford ,
Wahoo Forag rs.
Uapt. Murdock , Co A , Fiwt Light
Artillery , Blue Springs.
Capt. A. V. Cole and Sargt. Watkins -
kins , Juniata Independents.
Capt Keller , 1st Lieut. LeHew. 2 J
Leut ! Young , Co. E , Button.
Lieut. Etrly , Co. I , Columbus.
Capt. F. Sweet , Lieut. W. W. Wal-
cott , MerrickRifles , Central City.
Capt Rittcrbnih , Lieut. Shord ,
Capt Derby , Bennot llifles.
Capt. Harrison , Capital Guards ,
After some preliminary buniness of
no particular interest to the general
public , the committee on laws reported
the general features of a bill , which [
- -f - j Mnw JMHMWn
A commission authorised by tto
governor , was appointed to draw up
these laws and to present them to the
next legislature as a bill. The com
mittee consists of Capt. Scott , Lieut.
Lo Hew and Liout. Short. The main
points of this bill arc liability to aud
exemption from military service. Se
cond , active furcc. . Third , organiza
tion. Fourth , arms , armory and uni
form. Fifth , officers and their dutieu.
Sixth , parade and encampment.
Seventh , piy. Eighth , fines and
courlmarshal. Ninth , appropriations.
The most important was the adoption
of a rosol tion expressing the sentiment
ment of the convention that field and
staff officers should bo chosen from
la the cheapest , you will say when you
have eaten bread made from the Gold
en Eagle Flour , only S3 25 per 100
pounds. Remember this ia the bett
Winter Wheat Flour.
WILLIS M. YATES.
SCULLEY IS WALKING.
I.NEW GOODS AT KURTZ'S
FOR FALL AND WINTER
100 dozen Hosiery.
100 dozan Hosiery.
These goods ate special bargains
and nra worthy of an early inspec
CLOVKS AND DOLMANS.
The best line in the city at p"3pul-t
BOODS AND WOOLEN GOODS.
This stock is now complete and you
are invited to call and examine.
BARGAINS IN UNDERWEAR.
See Ladies' Vests at 50 cents.
See Lidiea' vests at 75 cuits.
See Ladies' vests at § 1.00.
Thee goods are worth more money.
BUTTONS A1SD TRIMMINGS.
The largest assortment and some
choice new tliincat KURTZ'S
Store , Creighton D ock. It
HICKMAN hns c'anged ' front , and is
RETAILING MILLINERY AT WHOLESALE
PJJICES. Sec his
CLOCKS AT EDHOLM & EIUCKSON'S.
New Citrons ,
New Lemon Peel ,
Fresh Sicect Cider.
BARGAINS , BARGAINS.
As Whipplo , McMillcn & Co. will
remove to the brick store in Creighton
block on the Ib'ih of this month , they
are offering anything in their lice
below cost , in order to make room for
a largo invoice of jewelry , clocks ,
watches , &c , , &c. Parties needing
anything in this line will do well to
SCULLEY IS WALKING.
EDHOLM & ERICSON
bavo received to-day another new and
: ompleto assortment of clocks.
JD to H. Dohlo & Co.'a for nice fil
ing shoes. New stock of fine shoes
f every description just in , at
H. DOHLE& Co.'s
w Loading Shoo Store.
Slate of Nebraska ,
B ? .
We , the undersigned , scorers and !
inio keepers for Michael Scully in ;
tis walk of 4,000 quarter miles in
,000 consecutive quarter hours , do :
oleninly swear that wo will keep cor-
cct time and assist him in.all his
rants pertaining to said walk , and if :
e fails to perform his walk to report
H. S. RHOADES ,
R. GRAM DALTON.
Subscribed in my presence and
Torn to before me this llth day of
iovomber , A. D. 1880.
LUTHER R. WRIGHT ,
Justice of the Peace.
ENTS' BURNISHING GOODS , '
L. B. Williams & Son'o.
Linen collars and cutYs in latest
yles. - . , , clO
Everything New in Neckwear- O !
ry , Suflponders , White and Cojored m
UNDERWEAR in every OHADE , STYLE fr
id TRICE. fa
NEW DESIGNS in SCARF PINS.
L. B/WILLIAMT& Soi.s , th
Dodga and FifteentlNstrcets , be
FBESH NEW GOODS.
Wo ate receiving almost daily , and
i present , a fall , fine stock suitable
the sea'cn. Call and get pariicu-
3. FlEMSffifO & Co. ou
lOCKS AT EDIIOLM & ERICSSON'S. we :
BICKJIAN has changed front , and Is at
TAILING DIlLZXKEUY AT WHOLESALE cai
WHIRL OF BUIN.
The Reign'of Terror Expe'ct-
1edin 1881 ,
When We Shall All Look for
the Crack of Doom ,
A well-known scientific gentleman
of this city who has wide reputation
for his learning as well as forthesound-
ness of his views , has prepared a lec
ture to be delivered before a society of
which lie is a motnber , upon the sub
ject of "The End of the World. " Wo
have baen permitted to read it and by
a great deal of perauatton obtained ,
leave to make one or two extracts from
the introductory and closing portions
which are well worth psnising.
The author siys ;
"If it were possible to weigh the
causes of human misery ono against
the other , it would probably ba found
that from no other single source has
sprung moro agony than from nppre-
hention of the day of judgment or
the end of the world , as it is com
monly termed. It is a terror peculiar
to Christendom. The Bible is the sole
authority for a great and terrible diy
of wrath , when the esrth shall pass
away and mankind bo called to judg
ment. Hence doomsday is the exclu
sive property of the favored posscs = era
of Holy Writ. The fear of its com
ing has been constant during the
whole Christian era. Its threatening
was indirectly tha origin of that re
markable series of expeditions called
the. Crusades ; its approach . . .has.at .
times alarmed whole continents and
cast a eloom over periods of greater or
loss duration ; and dread of it has
continually caused the most terrible
mental suffering wherever Christianity
The signs of the times indicate that
wo shall witnesj sopn another of thosu
reat doomsday scares. The remark
able conjunction of the san and plan
ets in opposition to the earth which
will take place in June , 1881 , is mi
occurrence portentous of the dirot
calamities to many intelligent minds
oveu ; and "whatever may be licking in
that circumstance to arouse the Igncr-
ant to a state of panic is being supplied
by the press in the shape of a Mother
Shipton prophecy , foretelling the end
of the world atthatide/itical diteand ,
will be supplemented by fanatical
alarmists whom the occasion h sure to
Cill forth. Tnat the coming year will
bo a reign of terror in this respect
seems as certain as it is possible to
predict any human event "
The author then goes on to review
the subject of Judgment Day panics ,
showing how seuseUss they have baen
.ind how much miseiy has been caused
by them. He gives tha testimony of
the Scriptures in regard to the event ,
describes the stampede to Jerusalem ,
Luther's Reformation and i's scare ,
iho Millerito folly and that of the
Second Advenlists , dissects Mother
Shiptou's prophecy and gives a brief
account of miscellaneous scares and
Tha conclusion ho arrives at is that
"Tho prophecies of Holy Writ upon
winch1" the lugubrious belief is founded
have proved BO untrustworthy or so
inscrutable hitherto that it appea-s
idle to attach any importance to them.
Co the rational mind they afford no
iubatantial basis for tiny hope or fear ,
and the sooner they are aslined ; their
proper classification with other supar-
stitiona traditions iho better for the
welfare and tranquillity of the human
"The likelihood of any catastrophe
to the earth is so infinitesimal that it
eludes tha rules of computation.
Comets have been always the great
celestial bugbears. Prof. Proctor
states that the chances ef the earth
colliding with any of them are not
more than ono in a million. Ha might
as well say ono in a hundred million ,
for aught that can be demonstrated
to the contrary. And even if there
sh' u'd bo a collision , it is by no means
certain that any harm woula result
from it. It is supposed that the earth
has already passed through the tails
of several of them without
iny pLi'Ctptible evil befalling us ; and
the comet that got tangled up for
months among the moons of Jupiter
apparently did no mischief to the
satellites , and seemed only too gli d
when it effected an escape. The sug
gestion of mounta'ns being suddenly
upheaved or continents submerged is
an extravagant piece of grim humor.
Geologists havoeffectually subordi-
nxtod the old theory of cataclysms as
agencies in moulding the earth's con
formation to that of the gradual ac
tion of persistent forces and through
out long periods of timo.
"So far as it is possible for the hu
man mind to foresee the c6urse of na
ture , it is probable that the earth will
continue to sweep onward in its orbit ,
unharmed , and beautiful aa'now , for
untold millions of yoars. It ia ques
tionable if it has yet attamed ita full
est development of loveliness or its
greatest capacity for sustaining a high
order of beings. But bo , this as it
may , there must come a time when
through the operation of changeless '
natural laws it will fall into "de
cline , and at last , by the extinction
of the sun's boat and light , become a
dead wor'd. Remote as is tbo inev
itable event , its contemplation ia sad
dening to allwhojovo their dsar old
mother earth. Happily , they will
have boon hushed to sleep in her kind
Lap millions of years before the beauty
and freshness they so admired shall
have passed away. The certainty of
chat long sleep that comes banificent-
y to all should render us
dike indifferent to suparsli-
ious terror and actual calamity ,
[ f it come to the whirl of universal
uin or in the quiet lull of exhausted
rital forces , it will bo sweet and un-
lif turbed when once it lias possessed
is. Lot us fortify our souls with this
:3utemplation that when alarmists
ihall proclaim again impending doom
ind death and judgment , wo may say
dth Hamlol :
We defy angury.
If it be now ; 'tis not to come ;
If it he not to come , it w i 1 be now ;
If it be not r.ow , yet it will come ;
The readiness is all.
HICKMAN has changed front , and ia el
IETAILINO MILLINERY AT WHOLESALE
'BICES. Sec hitwindoics. .
A NEW FIRM. :
King , Armstrong & Co. have pur-
hased the. grocery business formerly
wned by J. 0. Slatter , northeaster- n
cr Sixteenth and California street ? ,
ad bavo put in an entire new .and
esh line of goods , consisting of a
ill line of staple and fancy groceries ,
reduce , &c. , which will be sold at
Lelowest.possiblo cash figures. The
3vs tiro'old-handj at the business and
roposa to deal on the Equaro. Give
lema call and see what they can do.
- - -
The dreadful epizootic has broken
it bad in the city and the present To ;
ather makes it worse. Numerous
sea are reported and the disease his
r g a
tacked so man ? horses of the street
r line that it is feared some of the on
rs vill bavo to be taken off.
THE GANTT MONUMENT ,
No Immediate Danger of its
Being Struck by Light
The Nebraska S'a'.e Bar association
mot Wednesday in chambers at the
U. S. court houjo. The meeting was
called to order at 8 o'clock by General
Mandereon , president.
Hon. T. M. Marquette , of Lincoln ,
waa elected orator for 1880 , and the
secretary waa instructed to notify him
thereof and ask his acceptance thereof.
On report of the committee on ad
mission , the following gentlemen weta
elected members of the association :
J. Jeuaon , Geneva ; John D. Hayec ,
Harvard ; A. J. Sawyer , Lincoln ; E
F. Sinythp , Omaha ; F. G. Hamer ,
Kearnty ; Geo. W. Doane , Omaha ; B
E. B. Kennedy , Omaha.
Mr. Seymour , from the committee
on the Gantfc monument , reported aa
To tha State Pir Assoo n :
Your committee , appoinfod on the
Gantt monument fund , beg leave to
report that the following named aunu
of money have been collected for that
purpose by your Oommittde , and that
Guy E Brown , the custodian of said
fund now has the same , subjpct to the
order of the association :
Fremont , § 20 23 ; Blair , S3Sutfon ; ,
§ 13 ; North Platte , 813 ; York , § 8 50 ;
Omaha , $10 ; Whittier. § 1.
All of which is moat respectfully
C. W. i-eymour , S. H. Calhonn ,
Guy A. Brown , G. W. Covell , com
The report waa received and the
committee granted until January to
nwko ita final report.
Mr. Ho wo oflered the folio wing :
Resolved , That the committee on
legal education be directed to investi
gate the practical workings of the
rule adopted by Hon. Geo. W. P st ,
judge of the fourth distr ct , in regard
to admission to the bar , and to repoit
to this association in January what
legislation , if any , is necofsary to
mike the rule uniform throughout the
Adopted , and fie secretary in
structed to aend a copy to the chair
man of the committee on legal
AdjournedD. . G. HULL ,
At 2:30 : p. m. to-day , Mike Scu- !
ley , who is undertaking his immense
walking feat at the Grand Central Bil
liard Hall , had completed his 72nd
quarter mile. The shortest time made
was 2:55 : minute ? , the longest 4:33. :
The walking is attracting a great deal
< > f interest.
SCULLEY IS WALKING.
CLOCKS AT EDHOLJI & ERICKSON'S.
HICKMAN has chang'd front , and is
RETAILING MILLINERY AT WHOLESALE
PKIOES. See his icindoivs.
If you have tried everything else ,
without receiving any benefit , call at
330 Dodge street , north side , between
13ih and 14th , aud see the agent for
Isaic Nichols' American Remedy.
TUB CKE10HTON ,
A first-class hotel iu every respect , is
situatdd on the northwest cornoi of
Thirteenth and Capitol avenue. This
now house ia newly and elfgintly fur
nished throughout , and the table and
bill of faro will compare favorably
with the bast in the land. Give it a
trial. No runner at the Dapot.
Bonner'a Stoves much the finest
in the Markot.i 11 - J -i 1410
Douglas street. 022 tf
HICKMAN lies chanrjcl front , and is
RETAILING MILLINEUY AT WHOLESALE
Paiccs. Set his windows.
lias item d
his immensa stock of "Am AND Mu
sic , " acre ° a the street , to the new
brick building next door to Harris &
FURS ! FURS ! ! FURS ! ! !
Tha Omaha Fur Manufacturer , >
Henry Gt Richter , ia to bo found opposite -
posite the postofficB. o2G-tf
TO THE PUBLIC.
Having severed my connection with
Mr. C. J. Taylor , tl have removed my .
ire insurance agency from the corner
> f 14th and Douglas to room 6 , Creigh-
on block , and I would inform my old
'riends and patrons that I will attend
ti heretofore to their interests as a
ire underwriter. I offer the very
lest indemnity and will aeo to it , [
icrsonally ( fire insaranca being my
ixclusivo business ) that their interest a
rill be fully protected both as regards
ecurity sgitnst less , and as regards
aaistance aa may bo required to ron-
lor the indemnity promptly available.
n03t SAM'L J. HOWELL.
New Engravings at Hospc's.
E. Maurer has opened his new
aloon and lunch room 1214 Farnham
troet , late Elgut < " - ' - ° 'nr" 1m
Engravings at Hos re's ,
Fcr SMe Six-horso power Baxter
ingine ai.d boiler , in good repair.
BEE ofli no4tf
California Pears , Plums , Grapes ,
tc. , at T.VawJ'rvioo. . o21-tf
LOADEMT OF MUSIC !
RIDAY , November 12th , ' 80 ,
tholDlatlngulshed Actress , Miss
AARY ANDERSON ,
Sjpportcl by the Stcning Actor
MR ? MILNES - LBVIOK , prt
AND HEE OWN COMPANY. wit
Hamilton Griffln.Sole Manager. ell ? il
[ ISS MARY ANDERSON -
Ia Her Pamou3 Character of
K TIIB Q HEAT TUIT 01 *
&ZIO , THE ITALIAN WIFE.
J werved Eeits on silo at Max Mryer & Bro. ,
ssctay. NottmberOlh. Tickets , 31.00.
A. W. NASON.
3D E 3ST Tl S r. Si
ncx : Jacob's Binck , corner Cipitol Avej ; cd i
NOTICE Advertisements To Let For Sale'
Lost , Found , Wants. Boirdln ? ic. , will bo In-
wrted In theaa colmnna once in TEN CENTS
perlln ; each suba qn < nttn ! rtlonFI7E CENTS
per line. The flist Insertion never less than
TWEJJTT.FIVi : CEHTS.
0 LOAS AtS percent intoi
eat , n sums of 2000and u p-
wards for.l to C years' time onflrst class Improv
ed city and farm property. A poly at BEM1S
Real KsUto and I oan Agency , 15th and Douglas
'OUZT SO MAN Cill t Iw Office
P. I. 7HQ1IAS. Rtv > m 8 , Cretihton Block
MONKY TO LOAN 1103 Farnhun street.
13r. Edwardd Isnu Asrency.
WANTED A peed practical /arnituro lalcs-
niaj. CUAS. SHlVKtl'K. 842-11
A latortrand carpenter.
next door to ce ottici ) . 810-11
W ASTRO A first-class gill for general
housBworlr. doril agis and stpsdyem-
- ' ' ind 21tn St .
"ITrANTKD An Cipcticncc.l book deliverer
YV and collector. The best of reference will
be require 1 ; a middle * srid min p-cfcrcil. Ap
ply to U. A. 1 onls , Ore ghton House th.s eien-
ui , ' S4T-I1
! ED Good barber to RO to c untry.
WAN t. W. Wclua , West foiiit , Kcb
fiool keepirg orcopjin- do
WANThD Addfvts "Uomptlcnt , " Too
-\TTANTEU-in office bo * . ' Th < Bnu'strcct
VV Co " 8.5-12
WANTED lntIli rt laly or pcntlcman to
take orders for our StaadarJ IVorls
L be al commtsiions guirantcjd. Aililrcs-
W. Taiynej. 2iO Uun Ias , cor. 10th St. 8 1-11
IRI. VAXTKD S K. C9r. Dodge and 20th.
G Mill GOLDSMITH. 17-11
Girl to do hoiijew.uk In smMI
WANTKD ; mu-t bo good washer nod 'nmcr ;
no other Deed apply. C'a'l ' at SIS South 15th St.
L' T WASTED f r line
BUILDING cars rrcfcrcd. Stito r1' * nlll !
luca'ion. Ad reusA. , 419N. Ifath t fa'O 11
2m n to vor'c ' in m r"t-a' i il ,
WANTED ni of 18th "t. II V U 1 , S 7-
Bus rcsi man wi ! > < riin 3'o
WANTED lira. You } o in . .ullii. .
p efcrred. pIpndtl orenuiv tir n-lit inFer
For particuUM address U 0. , I * U l'uJ
Omaha , Nebraska. S t-
IiACT Wishes It oh M n i
piano , lessons nhen Inoe l ml In tr
mental nu ic in Cfih.vir for room arJ bir
" K .this fflce. t l-
A LADY In the city who h B romp f r it n
would like to mike arrinpe i cn' < ni h
pnitynt gentlemen to board ard lodoilien
Address T. K. , this cffle ; . 822-1
Situation by a comretcnt ycun
lady aa bunk-keeper cr cbrk in a store
Apply nt this rffleo. 8101
\TTANTEU A diulntf rrom girl and a duh
YV wa-hcr , at Atlantic Hotel. 815-1
W ANTED A woman cook , at the Emmol
IIcu e 81-1
riOOK WANIED-N. E. co18th and Dodse
W AVTI'D A 1 ouiu-kcepar. Applycor. 15t !
and Hsrnej SIP. BC6-1
FOR RtOT-HOUEES flHD UXD.
FOit RENT V pleasant furnished front room
Farnham St , touth pide , bttnctn 16th an
17th ; a fe d < y hoarders can bo accommo 'atcr '
No. Mi. 813 1
F I Oil KENT A nice furnished room , at. 103
Farnhasn St. , abe < -o )9lb. ) 841-1
T7IOK REST That excellent dwelling house S
L1 E. corncrot 221 o.il California streets
\Vcll , cistern-nd barn. A\33 \ for fale the c r
peta. stove" , furniture etc , fi r cash or on time
App'y to John Gudd , 1H5 KambamSt. 833
FOH KENT Cwellhi ? home S. E. cormr o
23d and Burt Sfcj. Excellent barn , < uteni
indwell ; rentcheap. Abe f it silo cheap , car
pets , fuirl'ore. etc. , for cish or oa time : Appl
W a A. JlorrilL , 1C05 Farnham St. 840-t
TTIOR RENT Good hou'e and barn , 15'h ape
1 ? JIarcy streets , liiqu'ro if Bildnin ant.
TTIOnKENT Rocni and boirJ.surablc for twi
1J person ? , hrated by register , at 2 < 5 Capilo
FUHMslIBIJ Kootas fo- rent , at Doran
House , opposite lice ( in.o. 832-t
| 7IORUE < T Pia o br the month.
1. at the Metropolitan totcl.
FOR KENT A furnished icfta , auitablo fo
one or two gentlemen , S. W. cor. 15th and
Howard Sis. 731-t
FOR REST Cottage , on 5th and Pine Hts
new house , eight roomson'3da d fa > 3SU
Enquire J. Jhoe. . tf. E. Cor. 12th and Farn
H10R LEST House aud lot In Shull'S 2nd
C add. , near new U. S. coirall. Knquiio a
Etoom 0 , Crciphton hlock. 664-t
ni OK RbNT 2 furnished rooms over Mer
0 cl.aiiU Exchange , N. E. Cor. 16th an
! re streets. 2SO tf
LOTS.TARM8 , HOUSES AN D LANDS. Lee
ocr BEMIS * new column of bnrralns on la
aRlhT ace SIHjL * < R SALE Chca , . , 2 run o
stonesurifjer ) , 4c Plenty wxterat low
at tago. Fl 10 location for pns lag or mcr
shant worK. $2fi 00 cash down , b < lucc oulong
ime. Addrcsj F. O. Box 2 0 , Scwanl l\eb
E10R S1LE OR E\T Killroad Eating
House , at Elm Creek , flu ( Mo County , No
asks , elxteen milrs west of Keirnty Junction ,
in the line of the U. P. 11. R. Poss ° S'ion given
mm-diitelj. Good reasons for Bellins. Full
aticulai8 given on applicatitn to Mrs. Ptrry
in the premises , In person or by mal' ' . 803-1 !
60,000 choice hnck for sale Apply to Thomas
Green 4 , Sons. Council Clufft , 'a. 795-if
( ilOUSKs And corner liall ot lot , southcasi
w corner 14th ind Cass Sts. , 7 room * in each
ent for $20 and $25 ror month CEMIS' 1 RAI
&TATB Aor > CT. ISth and Douglas SU. 679-1
BEMIS OrFfcRS A SI'LENUItf LIST O
Bargains in Houses , Lots , Farms and
.an'Is , In his new column on 1st pice
fi Mixed p-Jints , at A. Holmes,16th
and California bte. C15-1 !
fTI K aALK Cottonwood Inmucr of all slres.al
D r.KnMONI'S.Sxteenth- !
L. ' is , taiDisnuubKa AMLANUS Look
. oycrBKJIIs1 new column of bargains onlBt
TT O. MATilEWS' UANOINO AC DEMY
VV . w ill f pen Nouraber 15th , cor. Farnham
rm T < nth Sla Poppleton'a Ulock. M4-13
CIUE BOARDING HOUSE On northwist
14th and Jackson ha
rcdaced the of board from $100
to ? 3 75 , and diy board from $ .3.50
to (3 00. The House is newly furnishcl
Mid splendid board civtn. 8113
IfaJc from Grape Cream Tartar. No othcf HiHi
eparation makes snchlteht , flaky hot breads , HiHi
Inxnriona . Can be eaten Hi
paptry. hy dypcptfc HiI
tLont fear of tlis llaresultin ; ; from heavy i _ HiR I
testlble food. R
laid only in c by all Grocers. H (
" - " POWPKB Co. . V w Tort
THE ONLY PUCE WHERE YOD
can find a good i3sorucar > t ot
BOOTS AND SHOES
At a LOWER FIQURZ than tt
any other ehoe hooje In the dty ,
P. LANG'S ,
238 FAR'NKAH ST.
LADIES' & GENTS ,
HOES ADE TO ORDER
iaUV ctIon gtnnnttei , n
C , - 5
ONE MILLION ACRES
EASTERN NEBRASKA ,
$2 TO $5 PER ACRE.
DOUGLAS COUNTY ,
6 to 12 Miles from Omaha ,
$6 to $10 per Acre , on
- Long Time and
Large tracts suitable fcr
3cionies in all the best
Counties in the State.
80,000 acres scattered
A large number of Improved
Farni ; ? in Nebraska , many 01
them near Omaha , $12 to $40
An Immense List of
CITY PROPERTY ,
Consisting of Elegant Eesi-
dences from $3,000 to $20-
000.Many vacant lots in
the additions to Omaha.
Hundreds of lots scattered
through the City. Houses and
Lots , Business Houses and
Lots , and all kinds of Ci y
We also have
MONEY TO LOAN
on Improved Farms in Doug
las County , on 5 years time , at
10 percent , interest to all who
show good titles.
Maps for Douglas and Sarpy
Counties for sale ,
4 beautiful Iota fronting south Ia Isaac &
Selden's ado. for $160 half ca h.
Homo and lot , 22d and Dcxluo 9 3000
HOUJO and lot near Brownell Hall 2,100
Two new houses and full lot , rents for
New bnck house , 21x25.1J story , with 3
Hou-eandlot Webster st 1,600
Lar ehou'e and corner lot 6,000
LarL'o house full lot , California st 4,000
Htjidcnco and 4 full lots , St. Mary's ave. . 6,000
House and small lot , couth of depot 050
House and Bmill lot , foutn of depot 63o
Besidcnce propel ty , Kountze and Kutb'a
Fine residence property 10,000
House an J lot , 22d and Uarner 1800
Homo and lot , Nelson's addition 2,700
Uouso and lot Shinn's addition 1,000
Residence and corner lot 3,005
Residence ( cash ) 7COO
Moose and one-hill lot l.GSC
rhreo bou'es and corner lot 7tOO
Residence and corner lot 7,600
louse and CO feet front , ICth street 3,700
lareobouEO andcorner lot 0,500
Rtidence and thrco lota * 6,500
hro house and corner two-thirds ofcor-
3ous2 and small lot , Casj street 2,100
Hauso and lot , 27th near Farnham I.OOT
3rlck house and corner lot 1,300
Small home and full lot , earnings st 2.3JO
T'.uso and lot , 23d street 3,200
louse and full lot , worth $4,000 for 5,500
finebrck rciidence 1,600
3ric > c residence 6,6 0
louse and correr lot 1,650
lew two-story house and corner lot 4,200
legiJcnco anil fall lot , Farnham s : 5.600
louse and one acre , ISth street 3 000
louse and half lot , ISth street 2,200
louse and lot , Shinn'aaddlt 01. . . , 1,000
louse and half lot , Cass street 1,100
louse and bait lot , Cusj Street 1,450
tcsidcnce and two lots , Cipitol Hill 7,000
llegant brick residence 2 full lots 16,500
'inest residence in the city 16,000
lea'denco prtpcrty 17,000
.csiilen o property 17,600
.esMencc - . . 5,500
louse anil lot , Shinn's addition 1,200
ouse ana lot , Shinn'sidditlon 1,500
louse and lot , 2 * > th and Farnhim 1.400
fouse and lot. 27th and Douglas $375
ouseand fnlllot , Izordst l,7 o
'ew house and 1J lot 2,200
csidence property 7,600
idence property , vcrv fine 13,500
ou cand lot , Horhach'8 addition 1,500
csidence , Farnham ut 6,000
onso and } lot 1 b'oct from Court
House and i lot 1 block from Court
ou cand comer lot 2blocls from Court
'ouse and I t , Nicholas street r. l.OX )
'ocsa and 1 acre , OIscs' addition . ' [ 40
ouse and lot , llth street 000
ar.c building and BIX lots. 1 nille out. . . 4.COO
ousaandloton Davenport .1 3,000
ou eand \ lot , near depot 1,500
'ousoand i lot , near depot. . . . 9 < 0
ouse and lot , South Avcnu * . . . 1,000
ou e and lot , Shinn's addition 1,900
esfdcnce , Kountze and Ruth's add 2GOo
esidcnce property , Kountio rd Ruth's
efiJcnce property , south part if town. . 2,5CO
ouseandjlot , Webster tt 2,7W
ortte and 5 acrea at oamcks 7fQ
ouse and lot , Armstrong's addit'n 1,000
owe and lot. South 12 st 650
oiise and lot , Kountze and Ruth's ad
evidence and } lot 2,700
ou and lot , 16th St. . 3,500
Boggs & Hill ,
IEAL ESTATE BROKERS ,
1408 Fara , St. , Omaha , tfeb ,
Immense Stock for
f ULL I ftUII
Men's Suits ,
ff k m i ! v * * rse rf \ n BttPjF
For Men ,
Boys , and
UiidcMYcar , Milts ami ijS ? ,
Trunks and Valises , ut
Prices to Suit AIL
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
The Biles of this "brand" of 0\f tcrs have nowjoatatrfiipcd all others. Yon srct more Ojittrif 1H
WEI01IT AMD MEASUEE In CM of ll-is bi ud than i any other. D. B. Hi. Z-1" .
m Genera ! Western Agent , Omaha.
V > -
ORCHARD & SEAM. DEWEY & STONE , J.B.FREHCH&C
OMAHA. OMAHA OMAHA.
MAX MEYER & CO. ,
Cigars from $15.00 per 1000 upwards.
Tobacco , 25 cents per pound upwards.
Pipes from 25 cents per dozen upwards.
Send for Price List.
m-WI MAX MEYER & CO. , Omalia , i\el > .
GUNS , Ai\H \ ! UNiTOH ! , SPORTiNG OOODS ,
.FisliingTacIdc , 15ase Bulls and a full line of
F : A
CRACKER MANUFACTURERS ,
\nd Wholesale Dealers in CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. During tha
Fall aud Winter we will handle COUNSELMEN'S FRESEl OYSTERS , which
kre now the beat in the market. A lirgo asjortiten * of CANL Y acd SUGAR ,
COYS for the Hrlilay trade.
ATZ & FEEE : IAX , 510 nth St. , omaisn.
octl5--- * l-Cni
Has tha exclusive ealo of the
G-OLIE ) OOXZtsT
The Gold Coin is this season the favorite of Chicago , is prefer-
dabve all other Stoves comes both plain a d hiJghly orna-
nented , has the new patent gra.e and flre-potthat will out-wear
lalf dozen of any other. Th Qo.d Coin weighs n. ore by fifty Ibs.
han any other Stove of its size in the market , acd ie , therefore ,
nore durable Than any other Stove , is strictly warranted in everv
eapect.it requires no salesman to s alii fc asjcity reference sells it/ /
Tithout trouble. Cor. 10th and Jackson ,
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