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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1880)
THE DAILY BEE.
' "Wednesday Morning , Nov. 17.
Paterson sells coal.
m ever , " ut FBEDEEICK , HATTEn.
TCo city council to-night.
Sec Polity's advertisement.
-Isaac Xiekols , American remedy.
P. rter is running tbe Omaha Ferry.
Lubinsbulk'perfumo at Kuhn'e only ,
variety of clcst protectors a *
gg-Scicnty-fourcarB of stock in jcstcrday
Jtut recelv eil at.Sale's . a fine lotjof
\Vhipnle , McMillan & Co. , tbe jewel-
era , 112 * Douglas btrcct. o2Ctf
-Just received at J. L M bo's & Co.'s ,
a supply of fre h butter , egg * and pon'try.
Swiss aie fee , vvholcsal atd retail , at
"Gammeniind&Mtytr's , 1107 east 13th St
-T2B51' IN THE \vuiu ,
Go\e ! fitting ratlerna at Bushman's.
The best of meats at Bath & V. '
jnmfcel , oiiposito the postoffice. 23-tf
Bath & \Vliitc , opposite the po"t
o ce. receive frchh fish every Thursday
- fT Forl-inils.Lol" , Houses and Farms
\ ItJk uer Bcmis' new column on first \to5
A new niJc-track , 2.0CO feet long , i
Ot in at the new government wrrnl
ivouinu who stole a babj' carriagi
nt Cwincil ] 5 nils , and brought it over t
Omaha with her , was yesterday let oJ
ivKli a nnd e 8ts upon res'oring the P"op
Lot ? , Farms , llousoa and Lands. Lool
ia' niw column of bargains on IE
OfiH and get prices of a'l kinds of gro
cericsr-prodncc , &c. Apples nnd potatoc
at Jovv fisun3S G orj.'B UciuiroO , U. P
Week. - nl2t5
A.n adjourned meeting of the Unio
OAtJiolrc'Libraiy aasoLiation villbehcli
atfthc librarjroauis Tuesday evening at
All members are requested
Trains were all late Tuesday , the Hot'
T ? and an lumr.ind three quarters , the "Q
one-hour , andU. P. No. 3 and the Lin
rviln traiu tsvcnly niinutcH each. The lethe
the latter came in with onlj
rod , which accounted fo
A collecllou of 510.17 was taken u
Tilbnilay .it Uic Y. 3SI. C. A. meeting
The Bubjcct of the meeting this evening i
"luwstrgittioji if ihePathof Faith. " Hi
jiiMting v ill 1x3 conducted l > y Dr. P. S
lie 'seining. AH arc cordially invited.
Tlievoun ; ladies of Trinity I'ari.-l
jiuil others interested in the Mork for tin
\ig\f ui tlic l > .irish and the mission arc in'
viludit J meet fur Uicelection _ of otliccrs fo :
Uic Aid Society at Uio Masonic Uall a <
2:80 o\JoU : p. iu. lo-J.iy.
--luthe United Stalci court Moiidaj
_ _ Charles Jficlmla and Georke Clark , o !
< 3rand Malawi , i\ero arraigned on an in >
. lidtuiPnt.forjnaking andp-vsing counter-
j-ilvci dollars. Tlry pleftded no1
" \V. 31. Itoad alias Kinraid , o !
jleil Olnudas arraigned on an iadict-
Snunt for making and I assiug countcrfei
K > iu , nnd piejvd'il not guilty.
" \Vho IB tiiat remarkably tall g'ntle-
jnjin v 5 tiiigyouf' asked an Lnglisli Eat
Markcl , of the U. P. depot
"That" vvas the
SB Ixnoa Juhnson nud l > c is not in rcalitHO
tilUi.she : ; looks , Imt siu > e Sandaj' night
wlica lS i onud boy arrived at his house
Jieliai , aiiarezttly | grown ECNeral inches
tal er. He will resume his true t > Ui' ure in
Dr. Diuotuoro roturued yesterday
ifS. BIcClary , of Norfolk , is iu the
- Kcatcnant Governor Oarua and wife
i ro in the city.
Peter lingua and family left for
Cimmcoy * Willze , of Grand IE-
land ia in the city.
Will Doolittle left , for a business ;
ti ip through the State yesterday.
TJou. John D. Howe has gone to
"Wc tPoint ; on legal business.
J nines McMiirmy loft for the Gunnt-
Don country yesterday , to be absent
probably until spring.
Mrs. General Frcdoiick and Mrr.
iv. J. Burnham have returned from a
Itip to Now York.
Col. M. U. Sessions and. Fudge Bar-
miod , of Lincoln , wcro In the city
3U onday attending D. S. court.
( . to. S. Doan , formerly chief on-
flae-or ; of the B. it M. and oupcriu- in
dent of construction , was in the city
Air. Hobcrt Ilockoiiliull , a banker
of JnckBonvillo , 111. , is in the city , we
A'i'i ting his soil-in law , Rev. W. J. r
MissLulu Blackburn , eisler of T. ° t
"W Bhckburn , of the Union Paciflc
rainy , came up from York with her
l > r < thor Jlondiy , and will apeud a
JTexdays in the city. cc
Tdo Mute Journal. , ScSc
From the last issue of this inttt. ScSc
celsng publication wo learn tbat there
are at present iu Iho institute soveut-
tm. pupils all of whom are iu good
Diei.lth and progressing finely in their
elu3i > 3. "Of the faculty Profofsors
JTcJluro nnd lleid have been with it
for cyht years.
- * * - - _ * -
As wo will move into our new quar-
icrt about Thursday , November 18th , n
we nrc offering every thing in our line n
much lower than ever before. Come o
and see us. ( nlG2t ) h
WiirrrtE , BIclfiLtLK & Co. ann
TU13 G.HEAT DI6PLA1
of Choice Groconca will take place Nth il
' . r.l which time
Jioj' Wodnceday , my th
frie'ida era cordially inritcl to call fast
and jx.imino on ot the m > at choice
stocks of goojj ever brought to Oma sc
ha , end remember that a pure , una- scbe
jSnUjKiteil urticlo of food will cott beM
you toes , considering its otrcngth and M
t , than an adulterated article.
- - -Wiixis M. YATES.
Eiisravinssat IIosuc's ,
JF vsh Sweet Cider , at Tl
FUtSl JTI7BSJ ! FURSJ ! ! bill
JiiJifflaba . MaAufacturer , wj
Ser ry G Sicbter , is to be found op tri
posite the poBlofiice. o26-tf
THE SAW-DUST ARENA.
How Seth Thomas Made His
Advent in the Sporting
Mike Scullers Good 'Reason
for Joining the Pro
Mike Iscully , who is now under
taking a big feat at the Grand Cen-
t-al billiard hall , was a blacksmith by
trade , but having a little girl who
w..s. a cripple and being unable to
earn enough from his trade to
have her treated by a physician -
sician , he undertook his first
walk to swell his purse for that object.
He was so successful , and the profits
so good , that he has been a pedes
trian ever since by choice. He sent
his child to the surgical institute et
Indianapolis , nnd has been gratified
to see her greitly improved by the
care she received ,
Mr. Sculley will enter the BIX days
go-as-you-please race , to occur in New
York the last of next month for the
O'Laary belt , and he thinks his prca
out week will just put him in good
training for such a contest. He is a
powerfully built man and appears to
hare an iron constitution.
Selh Thoman , the Nebraska man
who recently walked in Council
Bluffs against an Iowa man , tbe two
representing the adjoining states , is
mid lo bo the man who , about three
years sgo , walked against Bob Math
owson , in Lincoln , when he
was known as William Lan
dakers. At that time time Lan
dakers beat Mathcwson and it was believed
lievod that it wai apnt-up jobasabou
§ 10,000 was lost by the belling men
of tao Capital on Bob. The two wen
away togctherto Landakera old homi
iu Illinois , where the same garni
was played except that Mathewson
won in this instance , ajargo araoun
of money changing hande as before
A citizen of Humboldt , Nebraska
from whom we learn these bits of his
tory , * ay that Thomas came to Hum
bjldt during the summer , nqd tha
about the same time a man suppose <
to be his partner settled at a einal
town not far off , and the two snbse
quently established extremely inti
mate relations. Tho'Hnmbolt men
who were backing Thomas felt tha
perhaps they were slightly taken in in
the * matter.
HAVE YOU SEEN
Dohltn ins at Kurtz's ,
Cloaks at Kurtz's ,
Dohlmana at Kurtz's ,
Cloaks at Kurtz's ,
Kurtz's Store , Creighlon Block , t-tl
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY
MEN'S OVERCOATS , $2.50.
LIEN'S ULSTERS , § 5.00
BOY'S ULSTEBS , ? 2.60.
WHIFFLE , McMlIiEN & CO.
will remove to their now store , in
Croighton Block , Thursday , Nov. 18
consequently they are offering any
thing in their line at cost. 10-2t
The neatest etylo of gold pens anc
pencil cases in the city , are to be
found at Edholm & Ericksons. They
have something iu this line which is
( specially attractive , novel , uniqne ,
handsome and useful. Alsoaspjendid
line of gold tooth picks in elegant In
Bonner'a Stoves much the finest
in the Market " - - ie. 141G
Douglas street. o22 tf
A. P. & A. M.
There will bo a stated communica-
ion of St. John's Lodte ; , No. 25 ,
his ( Tuesday ) evening for work in
the M. M , degree. Visiting brethren
are cordially Invited.
New Engravings at Hospe's *
B. & M. liand Department.
As many know , the office of the B.
M. land department in this city has
been but an appendage of the general
land office at Lincoln , and wo'learn
that it is soon to bo removed to Lin
coln entirely , whore it will be under
the management of Mr. J. 0. Bonntl ) ,
formerly located at the headquarters
Do your ahopplng at Kurtz's , t-th
REMOVED By Thursday , Nov. 18th C.
i will be in our uow quarters and
re olFcringEXTKA BAKOAINS in jewelry , <
watches , etc.
WnrrrLE , McMiLLKN & Co.
KINGERS DID IT.
SosRinger's $1.00 Hats , worth § 1.50.
Ringer's $2.00 Hats , worth § 3.00. ?
Ringer's § 3,60 Hats , worth5.00
See Ringer's § 3.00 Hats , worth § 5 50. St
Ringer's § 4 00 Hats , worth § 7.00.
Ringer's § 5 00 Hats , worth § 8.50.V
Ringer's § 6.00 Hats , worth § 10.00.
Those are rare bargains. 115 north
loth street. " '
A f leasant Party. x
The social party "Riven Monday
Schorb'e Hall was largely attended
nd a complete success. Over thirty
ouplcs were present. Dancing was
ho programme until 10 o'clock , when
excellent lunch was served. Dare- *
ng was again resumed and kept up
ill a late hour. The best fadilies cf
North - Omaha were represented at
this pirty , which was gotten up as a'
farewell to Miss Mggie Latoy , who
starts soon for Oscoola , Neb f to teach
school. It was anevenl "which will
looked back upon as moit en
joyable and a Worthy compliment to
THE CBEICHT05 , *
firtt-claes hotel in every respect , is
situated on the northwest corner tjf
Thirteenth and Capitol avenue. This
house is newly and elegantly fur
nished throughout , and the table and
of- fare will compare ' favorably
wiib the beaUn the land. Give itib
trial. No runner at the Depot. o
A NOVEL PATENT.
Shot to be Manufactured of
Iron instead of Lead.
The ] Woods are Full of Shot
No eooner does Omaha make a
move in some new enterprise than
Council Bluffs follows suit , and the
latest Is in the matter of a shot tower
to be built on grounds already purchased -
chased , near the government corral.
Our suburban neighbor will not ,
however , manufacture ordinary Jead
shot. By no means. She gets"up a
a new and improved kind of her own.
The Nonpareil of to-day states the
situation as follows :
The probabilities are that Council
Bluffs will , at no far distant day' , be
the headquarters for the manufacture
of a shot tbat is calculrted to revolu-
lionize the world in the shot business.
For some time past , four industrious
men , of whom two are citizens of
Council Bluffs , Messrs. A. D. Walker
and Geo. R. B'eardj have been
quietly dxiterimenMog oh a shot
dropped from irdn , and have
made such fine i ir.igressfriththeir ex1
parimonts an1 cits that they have
applied for at : ' received a p'atont for
the manufact' to of "iron shot , "
something new in the shot Had , The
inventors claim that the advantages
of the iron over the leaden shot are
numerous and important , among
which lire deeper penetration , non
flattening , and they will not foul a
gun. They also claim that the ma
chinery necessary to the manufacture
of this now style of shot is simple
an3 incspansivo , and that in building
a factory for their manufacture no
tower is necessary.
Already this indention has caused a
great furore among shot makers ant
iportsmen all over the country , anc
the inventors are constantly in receipt
ceipt of letters making inquiries re
garding their invention and whether
or not they are anxious to dispose o :
the patent. But the two gentlemen
living in this city are desirous of start
ing an extensive factory in
Council Bluffs , considering this
as good a point as any. They
are now ready to go to work , and dc-
ire to raise a stock compiuy to build
and engage extensively in the manu
facture of the iron shot in this city.
Mr. Walker is willing to invest § 2,000
in stock in addition to his being one oi
the patentees , which is certainly
guarantee that ho realizes that there
is something in the . . invention thai
work will bring out.
LIST OF LSTTE&S
remaining in the Omaha postoffice
for the week ending Saturday , No
vember 13 , 1880.
AumjinllerS Alwo d W T 2
Hcng-lson A Badolct A
Brett 11 Btuh S M
Burke Is" C Brown J II
Oummius L H CIiristcnRon C
ClappelJU O'abauphA '
Carlson O fonant H J
Christie J Croft J T
CumpJ C.lllisonJ M
_ , , H l > uLauratis E
Field P IMktnsumoWG
Frank-f cd W J I : ro wden E B 2
Gradtpji&t E ( .crbdrdt
Galloway J G G ccne S C
Hathaway C C Heinij J
H yes P HeathS A
Hutchison W H Hiekick J
HolroJ U HamernickW
Hanincton J C Hemicts J
HannigEG Joy W H
.InyceT .Tones TE
Johnson K B King L D
Krauz P Keefe T
Leeman M J Levious M
Loewenthal L Montgoinerie W
Megragnr G McFaden C
Moore E T Mate1 es T J
Matheis T J McBlivIt M J
McGo wen J H Moore JDS
Murray II MtGui esy JC
McBathJB Myres J
Miller J- MillageLJ
McCoffeyJ I achti allT
Nichols E P Nickson T
Neimeyer A J Patrick M
PtereonP Patton J S
Palmer Q Quealy J
Ro e 5Ir llcynolds A
KannieA S BeymannJ
Ridon MB Be mann J
Smith I. E Sellers C R 2
Scott C A Slocum H W
Stephens H T .shepherd J W
Shar J M Shawer S
Sxveet R B Stew art R P
Bundquist J G Sarli J
t liurkn J Toiulinson J
Taylor WII TuIIey T
Tislotson R M Thibbles T
We 5jftQWright T
WycoffJE Wilson GR
Wagner J W Welsh J
TVoolworth W E Young D F
Leiler & . Co. Shields & Bros -
Scharf & Co '
Allen Mrs Wra Brooks Miss R rid
3jorkman Misa C Balet Mrs Nettie' a
Mrs JB Co\cyMrs L E
. Kik ! rs M Cotter Mrs E
Cotter Mrs W P Clark Mrs F L I
Iwiflv Mrs M Clark Mri A
or > r"Mis A " FretcherMrsK
Jering Sarah Uilmore M ss C
Jrautz Mrs W W Johnson Miss M
Tones Mrs V Johnson Mrs C H
hu < ; on Miss A Loj de Misi M ,
Jedin Miss H SIcNaughton Bell .
tlcCoyMissM Moore Mrs SJ
Myers M ss H Nilner Miss K '
* ewlon Mrs Wm O Brien Ellen
.vltncr Miss E Reshen Mrs J
P.itlee MisslUJJ Stauslin Misa M J.
ScolfMiss M - - "Stuart Misa-F J :
ude Miss E Scott Mi s M J
FurjHii Ellen Womack Miss C :
Wallace Belle Wilson Mrs L
' .tzgcrald J Loach G
ilatnison N M Novotny J
SJimitrM Stack F
. WH1TNE _ ? is solo agent for
lo celebrated "BURT SHOE. "
Buy ycur SHOES at WHITNEY'S.
Buy your BOOTS at WHITNEY'S.
Buy your OVER-SHOES at WHIT-
NEFS. - no6-4t
Do your trading at Kurtz's. t-th E.
R F. -
* * ' % " * "
FAIK PKICES ,
n Citron , Lemon and Orange Peel
NEW Filbctti , Altnoidsand Peccans-
NEW firaxls , Hickory and Walnuts ,
NEW Currant * , rattens and Jigs.
NEW French and Turiisprunes. .
NEW prunella , peachts and c/iemwT"
Everything firat-clacs in our line of is
FLEMING & Co. * , Grocers.
Coming' on Business.
The Board of Public Lands and
Buildings will visit Omaha to-morrow
inspect the Dgaf and Dumb intti-
- - Vr * V'lf" ' * - - " " * * j
i-w -iTi ffT t SjL1C ± in
POLICE PICKINGS- :
Riotous Female on tfie'
1 | In the. polica court
matters were dull , aa they Iwvo been
for week past and a look of settled , .
gloom characterized the countenance
of the judge and was reflected in the
faces of the reporters and attorneys.
After disposing of two plain drunks'
at the usual figures and writing out
the mittimus in the absence of liquida
tion the judge took up a case of dis
orderly conduct superinduced by ex
cessive UBO of ardent spirits. t
The defendant was a woman and her
excuse for getting full was that her
husband had set her the example.
The two do not aqrce when ifl liquor
and the testimony showed thai the
woman' left her house and went to1 a
neighbors to solicit shelter until thb
conjugal storm wan passed. Being re
fused she assailed the inmates with a
volley , of tbe vilest insul'ta , Jhe result
of which was that they could eland
it no j longer and had the
old lady _ pulled. Before
hid Hffnof yesterday the defendant
accused &io' bi iho witnesses against
her of itoing "kept" by a young man ,
and receiving'S3 her monthly stipend
therefor t the sum of $ tO. She was
challenged to prove the charge , arid
ultimately tha court shut her up with
the information that she would have
to pay him § 5.50 ,
TO TI1E GENTLEMEN OF
In a quiat-way ffo arc celling lots of
Hosiery , Underwoir , Handkerchiefs
Collars and Cuffs. Call and examine
tthKURTZ'S , Croighton Block.
Hospc Has KcmoVed
hb immense stcck of "AnrAijD Mir-
BIO , " across the street , to the new
brick building next door to Harris &
Fisher's. ' nlO-Gt
For Sale Six-horse power Baxter
engine and boiler , iu good repitr.
Apply at BEE often. no-ltf
Board met pursuant tojidjourn-
The minutes of tbd last meeting
were road and _ .
The following accounts were allowed
from thegneral fund :
John T. Clark , petit juror , October
term.lSSO S 4200
Wm. Clark , work on road 1 53
J. C. Hoot , grading 51 Cy
Geo. Frost , work on road 18 Oi )
J. H. Laccy , petit juror , Oct. 1SSJ 2(5 ( 00
J. Gi Knight , petit juror , October
1880. . . . . . . . . 44 SO
J. W. Burgmann , grading v. . 73 53
Wm. Doll , petit juror 23 OJ
Two persons , work on road 123 2j
W. Wilson , grading 33 00
R. H. Pickard , work on road 1(1 ( 5'J
C. A. Jensen , balance on grading. . 270 00
I'eter Goo * , meals for j urors 3 0 ( !
E. 1) . Titus , medicine for poor. . . . 33 65
Geo. Smith , county survevor. 32 00
T. . & Williams , matches 2 20
fluo. II. Guy , jailer and guard , Oc-
tobar. ISSU 03 00.
Wm. McGovvan , cauvas er 2 CO
11. Wj Ham * , canvasbcr 2 OU
C. Lei e & Co. . goo Js Tor poor. . . . 4 25
.1. N. Kllingvvood. petit juror 13 48
J. I ) . Crook , work on r. ad 1C 5)
S. N. Sisson , wood for poor. 1 CO
A. Burmeister , goods for jiil . . . . 19 0
K. W. Corliss , county cDtir % Aug.
18 < 0 1C9 03
F W. Corliss , county court , Aug.
F. W. Corliss , county commission
er , 18:0 21 OT
J. l > . Conhling , extra services ,
October , 1SSO IT 00
F W. Coriibs.faRh cMiend-d 305
Fiio newspapers , pdvertisinfr 3j5 "S
- Patterson coal for cout-ty. , , . 377 85 '
Jus McMichael , conveyance to
poor housp 3 OD
Neb. G s L'ght Co. , gas for Octob
er , 1880 43 2J
Two persons , work on road 22 50
E.T. Duke , Naiis , ete 10 Si
Henry Bolln & Co , goods for poor. 3 50
J. B. French & . Co. , groceries for
poor 4 40'
J.J.Point.-,0 - ' " ' > 'r'Pub-
HenryjGrel' tv < ti i I * t 100
J. JTNichol & Co , > , uou fur poor. 3 25
Chas. Childri , wood for poor. 8 00
Stump & Button , balance on grad
ing 7 00
Chas. Eeiwe , coffins for popr 4 00
E , M. Captner , room for election. 4 OQ
Henrv Grebe , bailiffs fees 56 CO
MaxMeye & Co. , letterfi e < 100
Geo. H. Guy , b'd. and com. , pris
oners , October , 1880 245 15
.Eitrht persons , tales jurors 42 CO
Sixteen person" , witness fees 88 00
The following resolutions were
adopted : * " " -
Resolved , That the county treas
urer bo"and hereby Is directed to draw
from the general fund § 28 § 2 and apply -
ply the same to the payment of the
delinquent personal tnx of John N.
Eilinwood for the years 187,7-78-79 ,
for services as juror.
Resolved , Thal3tho _ * county treas
urer bo and hereby is'directe'd to draw
from the general fund § 18 22 and ap
ply the same to the delinquent per
sonal tax of Omaha Post and Charles
Bankes for the years 1877-78-79 , for
Resolved , That the county treasu
rer b3 and hereby is directed to
draw from the qenoral fund § 119.15 ,
and : apply the aimoTo the payment of
the delinquent personal tax of Omahn
Publishing company for the year
1879 , for advertising.
Resolved , That the county treasu- ,
cr be and hereby is directed to draw
from the goseul fund $18 , and apply
ho came to the rjayment of the do-
.icquent personal tax of CHas. Hoins
ror Iho years 187G , ' 77 and part of
78 , for work on road.
Resolved , That the ferry license of
. R. Porter be and hereby is reducedt
rom $25 to $2 per year. * " * * -
The clerk was directed to request of
he city council tbat they have 17th
and 18th &treets , between Farnham
aud-Harnoy streets put to csEabHsTufi
Ad journedJio or. _ 17th.
' MAKCHESTEU ,
Real EstatO'Transfers. v of
Ohas. H. Dewey and wife to Ira
Van Camp ; w , d , lot 4 , block 33 ,
Omaha § 2,250.
Parker P. Clark and wife to JPotoc. '
Glandt ; wj d , ae see. 22 ; 1.15 ; r. 11 ,
Henry Pageleo and wife to James
. Deere ; w , d , ni lot 4 , block-llE r - -
. Smith's add. , Omaha § 700 , , -
Do your shopping at Kurtz's.- -
-Finest ever brought to Omaha , and.
New York prices. Don't fail to see
them at Jt < M * _ _ nGtf
A Card of Tfcanks.
FORT OiiAUA , Neb.
The thanka of.a ibereaved. husband [
tendered to all friends , who during
the illness of ray-wife ( tho. late Mra.
. JKoberta ) have been instrumental
bodybnt more especially to Mrs. Gen.i
King whose actions are prqverbial infer
for deedl of charity
ana" pure benefioajice. - *
W. W. ROBERTS.
'Sufferers Irrespective of Race
or Religion to Have Their
A Cause to be Carefully and
' Prayerfully Considered
by All. .
At tha last meeting of the Ladies'
Relief society , there was adopted the
following report of a committee to
which had been referred tbe question
of caiaftbhing a permanent "home"
in the .city to aid them ire looking
after the poor and destitute :
We , your committee on permanent
home , met at tbe appointed time and
place. The many questions pertaining
to the welfare and prosperity of the
society were discussed at length , but
especially that relating to the ei ab-
' " " in
liah'ment of a permanent "home"
Wo recommend that the funds for
this t : purpose be raised by personal
solicitation , and t & each member of
the society bo a commutes of one for
Thst a committee bo appoiiSted-
solicit a donation of land from1 lAer
city , the cotfnty and from individuals.
That a statement 'of the intentions
of the society in this regard be pub
lished in the daily papers of the city
a -week in advance of the solicitation
for land and funda , and .tha ? each
editor bo requested to write an ecTrto'
rial endorsing the movement.
Mrs. Dinsmore , Mrs. Brown ,
Mrs. Kimball ; Mrs. Webster , , com
To life Citizens of Omaha and DoUjIaa count } !
Thu Indies' Belief Society of Oma
ha would address the following state
ment and appeal , to the consideration
of which they would invite their Bpe-
We can no longer occupy oflr small
and crowded buDding on Howard
street , as it is considered unsafe and
Cnstiitablo for our' increasing" labors ;
and for this 'eftson wo ask yon to aid
us iu procuring a pfacc oj ground in'-
ficiently largo for a building to be de
voted to. a "Homo. " Cannot our city
authorities ? furnish us with sucii a lot ,
in i some healthy part of town , free of
rddt and taxation , so long as it shall
bo used solely for charitable purposes i
_ JVo alsa require means for erecting
a commodious building Buitablo lot
those purples. The sum required
will bo at least ten thousand dollars.
But thia does not'appall us , its many of
our moat influential citizens aaSuro na
of their co-operation and support , if
wo will undertake the labor of solicit-
ting the funds and putting in opera
tion this So much needed institution.
Trustees will ba appointed to take
charge of funds , whoso names will be
found on all subscription papers offered
to the public.'l
THIS contemplated instlfafinn will
bo governed on the broad principles
which have always"chacacterizfed the
doinga of this society , viz. , supplying
the needs of sufferers , irrespective of
race or religion. Every church in the
city will give us its cordial support.
Wilf not our city council discuss this
matter of granting us a lot for our
building ? We ask it for the sake of
the children of drunken and poor
parents ! Wobeg it far the , sake of
iriondless , homeless yirlf , and for the
aged sick who cannot be properly cared
for at our county poor house.
Wo hope all charitable societies of
the city will unite with us in the un
dertaking , believing that more good
can be accomplished , with less labor ,
and the same expenditure of money ,
and that s'rongth will J > e given by
thus uniting our efforts.
Wo'aro no novice in this Vfprk ; we
bring to it the experience of ton
years' of earnest labor , under great
disadvantages , for the lessening of
'poverty and faepging in our city ,
with what result we need not say.
But wo are proud to add in this con
nection that wo have the entire con
fidence of our whole community. (
Wo implore you to aid us , fellow-
citizens , each according to his or her
means ) and we will have an inatution
worthy our city of thirty thousand
> Weiope you-will-road this article
with care , and talk , this matter over
witu your neighbors , as we wish our
solicitors for funds-which we shall
send outintwo , _ weeks , to meet with
All contributions should be ad
dressed , to Mrs. Kurtz , treasurer of
the Ladies' Leliof Society.
MES. KKLLOJI , President ,
MRS. CARrEii.JVice President ,
MRS. WEBSTER , Secretary ,
3Jits. KURTZ , .Treasurer. .
FOR COLD .WEATHER ,
, Spscial Bargains at Kurtz' .
PJIO lot Child's Wool Hoods' 25cta
"Ono " " " "
One " Ladies' " \ " ' 75
Ono' " " " "
Gall and examine
these goods as
they _ are very cheap , j
" "Ladies' vesta at 40c , worth 75c ,
Ladies' vests ot 75c , worth § 100.
Jjb Lots :
"Throe pair for 50c , worth 2os a pair.
One lot at 25c , worth 40c.
, Immense Bargains
In Cloaks and DohlmanV ,
Gill and see them ,
Call and see them , "
CaL.and-see ] them.u
Leggiua , Mils and Nubias ,
nt Kurtz's , Creighton Block.
If you have tried everything else ,
withoufrcceiving any benefit , call at
230 Dodga street , north side , between
13th and 14th , and see the agent for
Isaac Nichols * American . Jlomody.
Found Dea < i.- % * *
About two miles west of Chapman ,
Merrick : county , Neb. , the dead body
a stranger , about-Go-yeara of..age ,
fivfl fcot ten inches high , weighed
about 175 pounds , light completion ,
brown hair , blue eyes , heavy
'moustache- colored black" high-cheek
bonesjiroaxl face 'and prominent fore * .
head ; had on a navy blue woolen shirt ,
--with wide collar ; light blue silk neck of
tie ; -light gray woolen , undershirt ;
light , canimere pants , with
dark stripe3 ; dark * rec socks , "
with black too , sole and
heel.'blue cord along the right side of
foot ; nnnflfereieven , leather tongue ,
boots , sewed , Napoleon taps , nailed
with round-headed nails , partly worn ;
largo gold ring , with garnet or ame
thyst seal , indented with figure of a
man's head , worn on little finger of
right hand ; upper front tooth on left
aide gone'and one adjoining it much
decayed. Information concerning his
identity should be conveyed to
DAN. HOPKIKS- , Sheriff ,
Central Uity , Merrick county , Neb. , i
* - ' * * * * - '
It pays to trade at Kurtz' .
California Psars , Tlsfee , Grapes ,
NOTICE Advertisements To Let For Sale'
Lost , Found , WauU jRoardln ; Sc. , will be In *
Sorted In these columns once for TEN CENTS
per line ; each Bab8oqn.rotingertIonFIVE CENTS
per line. The first Insertion never less than
0 LOAN At8 per cent Inter
cat , n sums ot $2000 and u p-
ttarda for 1 to 6 years' tlmo on first classImprov
ed city and firm property. Apply at BE1IIS
Real Estate and Loan Agency , 15th and Douglas
U > . 278-codtf
nZT : SO IiOAN Call at Law Offlce
Mo D. L. YHOilAa. Rooiz 8. Creighton Block
' TO IiOAN 11C9 Fambun street.
M' Dr. Edw ftlB J * ) n Asor ay. nov-22-tl
WANTED A number 1 pirl ccol , washer
and ironer. to such coed -agcs will be
paid. Apply II. E. corner ISIli uid Farnlum
'ANTED A good house Keeper , by n wid
over. Inquire at 1513 Dodge street.
TTTANTEJ ) A IIT ! for gcneril hou oik.
TT Mrs. Tfna It. B3m.it , 2iC8 , Capital Arc
TXTANTED A ( rood meat and tegctable cook ,
V V at the St. Clmles Hole1. 877-Jl
"ITTANTKD T o earpcnttr ? . Apply noxf
YV door to BBS office. S7317"
/"ANTED Cook and diulm ; room cirl nt the
PaoJflcIJouse. QooU wagrg paid. 863 18
fED A perfect and sobsr New York
WAN , nblu to nnhq all sorls of bread
Aiiil oiko , wants i slttntjon in city or country
Adilrcsu B kcr , rostoificc , On ia ; 87018
WANTED Girl for j ; iieral hou-oworlr , In
saiAll/tnlly. 'He ; rcncc3 roiulrcd S. W.
cornet of 22d and Webster. 801-10
A woman to ivasli anil iron , at
Emmctt Itouvs. 8'1)-17
HOY WANTED In OnvUia Shirt Factory
W ANTED A plrljto do ( 'oncial hoiiyenork ,
at 3U 17lliSt. bet. Daicapori ami ( bi
capo. o o 11
TT7'ANTED AH Omaha ta know tlr.t , t'.a
VV Koyal tt. Joan is the hivi < f oc. ini ; '
Machine ; ) , office on If Ih St. i' >
Seek keeping Of coi > j IT lo il <
WANThD Addrcsrf "Coi p' ! ' , _ 10
oilco. _ S4 * t'
Smcntn work Irftiir ; i-t atd n.
WANTED of IStli t II. AV. My. . . > 7 ' _ (
IlENT 2 rooms fnntigtietl or nulir-
FOB , 411 lOthtt , near Howard. K'J ff
KENT That cxccllant dncllinir nniw > y.
FOJl . corncrotTSM an-1 Cihfornn slrctl .
Well , cJelcvn iml litre. Als > lor ralo tlic c-r-
ncU etove ? , furniture , etc , fir wall or on Unto
App'y ' to Joh'l Ou' ' " . ICPJ famhimSt. 833t
KENT Cwullluji bou e S. E. corn' r of
FOB otid Hurt &b. Excellent b.irn , i ntcr > i3
uidwell ; rentcbcap Also fir ale thcnp , carnets -
nets futritnre. etc. , for cash or a time : Apply
to a' A. Morrill. 1K)5 ( ) Farnbam St. 8 < 0-tt
TTlORNIStlEl ) fo- rent , at Doran
JL1 Jlouss , c. 302-tf
hamFOR BENT Honio and lot I" FIi nil's 2ntf
add.tieariicn-U. S. corwli.
Boo > , Croighton Block.
RENT 2 furnished rooraa over Mor-
FOR Kxcnsngc , N. E. Cor. IGth and
OFFFRS A SPLUNUiP LIST O
BEJIIS in Iloose/t / , Lots , Fafn nd
Lands , In his now column onJs
T710R SALK Stcrcortican , fitted with Oxy
_ U Hjdrojjcn nnd OfCa1cium Jots , and 500
choice views. Best irskc and asgooO J now.
Address J. Ear-'er , III north Thiiteenti : street ,
SALE A first-class hott/ and
H aiiliuslncis , located in the baf port oj thO
city and ' ° n ? a good bueincss. The proprietor
I < cftllcil wrVn attend to mining interest , and
mmtsell l' CMoffice. tcitt
FOR SALE OR ,
Uousa. t Elm Cretk ,
biaska , sLxtccn ntllea west of Kcari.v
on the line of th < j U. P. R. B. POTS-3ii.
immediately. Good " "
reasons for selling.
pa-tlculata given on apphcttlin to Mrs. Pt-rry ,
on the premises. In person cr by mal' . 803-18
-i 60,000 choice tinct foe sato Apply to TaomM
L Orecn & Sons , Council Klugj , ' . 793-1 f
. . ItOUSKt And corner hair oi lot , southeast
fy corner 14th and CassSis. , 7 roonn in each ;
rent for $20 nd Jz5 ref mootli liEtiis' 1 RAL
ESTATK AOEVCT , 15th and Douglas Sta. C70-H
"ClOtt SALE Mitod piinls.atA llylmcs.ieth
_ C ami California S > t3. CIS If
7 OT8. FABMB , HOUSES AN D LANDS. lee
_ U over IJKlirb1 new column of birpilna on Is
F R SALK Cntlonwcvxl Innuicr at all slres.at
S. SMcenth-Rt. "ilB-t
\ TITATHEWfa' Dancln ? Academy
. W.L I'l bo opin c iryMomUy
and triday , Poppleton's bloik , corner 10th and
T OST Saturday night , between Brash Hall
± J and the Emmet HOUFC , nno kid m tttn.
( the left ) ; please Icwc at this office. 872-18
T 01 S , FARMS. HOUSES AND LANDS Look
fJJ oycrBUMIb1 now column of bargains on 1st
T OST On 18th t , a pair of gold-iimmed
± J spec'acles In tin case Under wi'l ' nleasi
Jeave then at Cbarlton Uros , , corner loth and 1
TO LUMBERMEN-A joung nun \ilitcs a po HTV
sition in a lumber yard , city or countrr. TV
He Is capable of keeping books and is n ilhng t o
work at anythingconnectel with yanl. Address N
C. A. R , Atladtic House , Atchison , Kansig. 1Hi
Sr\ \ TKAIVARDTaxtadermMcomor LaR
. \J , JtJ J3th and Howard st , Dcerlicad
a > specialty. HiHi
Absolutely Pure. ReHo HoHe
Made from Grape Cream Tartar. No othff HeHe
preparation makes such I Wit , lliky hot bread * ) lie
or luxurious pastry. Can bo eaten by ih peptic Tic
without fear of the lla re ltinttom ; heavy ! NeRe
digestible foodr " " Re
Sold only In c by all Oroccra. ReRe ReHe
Urn U POWDBR CO. N W Tfllk He
PROPOSALS FOR BONDS.
Sealed ' prop'ogalu will be received bv the HeHe
urtrfrrelgacdst hiJoUico until 3 o'clock p. m.
featurdiy , 1 bo 4th day of December , 1SS ) , tor HeHe
the purchase of one hundred nd twenty-five He
thnuwnd dollar ! of Doubs county bords des La
cribed as follows : Ono nundrcd and t-\cn-y Cvo LaHo
bonds cf one thouoad (1000) ( do'Iars cacb , dated HiHe HoHi
January 1st , 1SSI , and pnjablc twentjeara HeHe
froia dato'with interest at fix per cent , per HeOc
.annum , piyibb acml a-u.nalljr in the dtyof New OcRe
" * "
Slid bond * shall bir.dccmable at the option Re
the boird of county commlmonfra of Bald ReRe
county , af the expiration of ten jearg from the ReHo
date of same , but no levy shall bj m ide to pay HoHo
any part of the prlncipjl of sala bonds until HoHe
after.tho expiration of ( aid ten jcars HeHe
Inte-crt eliill be p'ld on ; afd boml only from HeHo
and after the date < f the Palo of same , on any Hot
part thereof , ard ! ! > c recM.t of the money there HeRe
fora , fcald b nd < to bo d < * iveretl u follows : Re
825.000 oa the first da } . f January 18S1.
E50,0"0 on the fint d > y of Inly. 1S3I.
850,000 on the first diy it January. J832 ,
Fropotals Till be receive * t the tnme time
lor the purcba33 of said | Ui I CO of bonds , the
entire amount to be delivered January lit , 1831.
The board of ecu tty commls-loncrs reserre
he rijht to reject any or all bidj da'cd ' Omaha
Nov. 9th , 1889.
- . .JOHN B. SIANCnESTEE ,
NovllH County Clcrg.
J. H. FLIEGEL & GO !
Socccnors to J. H. TniELK ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
" No. 1220 Douglas Street ,
ONE MILLION ACRES
EASTERN NEBRASKA ,
B8UGLAS COUNTY ,
6 to 12 Miles from Omaha ,
$6 to $10 per Acre , on
_ Long lime and
Larp tracts suitable fcr
jOciomes in all the best
CouLtics ( in the State ,
SO.U'JO acres scattered
A large number of Lnprovec
Farms in Nebraska , many oi
ti-em near Omaha , S12 to S4C
per acre ,
An Immense List of
GoDsIstjng ' of Elegant Resi
dences x'rom S3.00O to $20-
OOO. Maii7 vacant lots in
the additions to Ornalu _
Hundreds of lots scattered
through the City. Houses and
Lots , Business Houses and
Lots , and all kinds of Ci y
We also have
Y TO LOAN
on Improved Farms * . . %
las County , on 5 years tu i
10 percent , interest to all > >
can show good titles.
Maps for Douglas and Sarpy
Counties for &ac ,
beautiful Iota fronting woth in Isaac &
bclden'g da. for S4EO half cash.
House and lot , iffid and DO&JO . i..8 3000
Hou-eand lot near BrownclL flail . 2100
Two new houses and full lot , rents for
SISOpcrjcar ! . i. . . . 4 nnn
New ( brick house , 21x25. li story , with 3
10t 1 . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ffff o ( vjQ
House aod lot Webster st . "II-ljEflo
Large hou-e and corner lof . . gCOO
Large house full lot , California st.v . 4,000
Ruidenco and 4 full lots , St. Mirj 'a a % e. . 5,600
House and small lot , south of depot . 050
House and Fmsll lot , toutti of depot . G35
Residence propeity , Kountze and Ruth's
add . B600
Fine residence rropcrty . 10 * 000
House and lot , 22d and Harney . I'sOO
House and lot , Nelson's addition . 2,700
House and Jot Shlnn's addition" . f 600
< sldence nnd corner lot. . 3005 *
Residence ( cash ) . , . ? \m \
' 'I < ! ' 'ce . _ .
Residence. . . . . . . 5 $ g
House and one-half lot . . j cjC
Three houses and corner lot . I'lW
Residence and corner hrt . 7500
House and 60 feet front , ICthstrcct . 3700
Lawe house nd corner lot . 6,500"
Residence and three Iota . t . 5 500
Two house and 'borncr '
ncrlot . . . . .
Douse and small lot , Cajj street. . . . . ' . ' . " . ' * 2100 *
Ilauso and lot , 27th aearFamham
Brick ! house and comer lot . . . . 1-nn
Brmll house and fullJot , CornlnM st . 'O
House and lot. 23d street . . . . ajXX
Uouso and full lot , worth 81,000 for . 6,500
Fmobr.ck MUdence . 15X0
Brick ] residence. . . . . . . 66 ; 0
House and corner lot _ . . . . . j JJQ
New two-story house and corner lot. . . . . 4200 *
Residence and full lot , Famhimst . 5500 *
House and nnc acre , 18th street . s'ooo
House and half lot , 18th street . 200
House and lot , Shlnn's addlfon. . . . . i eja
Ifonse and half lot , Cass Rtrret . ] 'io ! )
House and half lot , CasiStrcet . 1450 *
Residencelmd two Tots , Cipltol Hill . 7000 *
Elcjjant brick residence 2 full Iota . IB'JOO
nest residence In the city . leone
Rcs'dcnco ' . *
Residen o propertj . J7'5CU
Residence . r. . 5500
House and lot , Sbinn'a addition . i' ° rn
House aui lot , 5hfnn' addition . 1500 *
ndlot,2ithand Farnham . i'oo
House and lot. 27th and Douelas . SS75
House and full lot , Izardtt. . . . . ' $ ' %
house and 1 } lot . " " oopX
Rceidcnce proFerty , cry flno . . . . .
Hoiueand lot , Horbach's ildition . i
Residence , Farnham st . '
Horuw and-ilo - bloot-from'o rt
House and J Jot 1 block from/ Court
HoiiaC . . . . oorn
Houfo and comer lot 2 blocks from Court. "
House and 1 acre , Discs' aiihtton.
House andlot , llihutrce :
Larobuidin ! andsirlotji. i'n'iYc'out" ' * 4 CflO Al ,
House and lot on Daienport. . . 3'
Home and 4 lot , near depot. . , . ] j ° ° ] ' - '
House and tlot , n ° ar depot J ar
House and lot , South Aicnu * arT '
oand ! < , t , Shinu'saddftlon. . " . * " " 1" , . ,
Residence , Koantzc and Unth'a sdtf. . " . " . " 'eoo
Bcsidence property , Koantze rd Ruth's '
Hetldcncc addition property , south part f'tow'n.J 5000 iSCtL
House and J lot , mimtcr tt " 2TW
Hoiee and 5 acres at aIrack8 . " 'irn
House and lot , Armstrong's addlfn.,1" ' 1.600 i
House and lot , '
Synth 12 it / - 50
Bouse and lot , Kountze and Ruth's ad
3iM < j
Bpggs & Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS odm b
1408 Para , St. thm
-Immense Stock for
Men's Suits ,
For Men ,
Boys , and
Und r-Wcar , Slafs uiul Caps ; ,
Trnuk3 jnid Valises , at
Prices to Suit All. m *
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
AGENT m & GO. ,
MARHOFFS TRUNK FACTORY ,
T'ic IirgcsC tnd bc3 Mjortnicfit of
Trunks and Valises in flic West. Telescopic Cases
and Sample Trunks a SpeciaHy *
H. iABHOFF , - - - PROP. ,
117 14thSt. , : ; JJoorsEbrth of Dongla. * St.
JE&3 ? 2
OM AH A.
MAX "MEYER & CO ,
Cigars from $15.00 per lOOO upwards. .
Tobacco , 23 mifs per pound upwards.
Pipes from 23 cents per dozen upwards.
lend for Price List ,
lWr : MAX 3IEYE11 & CO. , Omaha , Neb.
JUNS , AMMUNITIOIi , SPORTING G
Fisliing Tackle , Base Balls and a full Hue ol *
CRACKER MANUFACTURERS ,
nd Wholesale Dealers in CIGAIIS and CONFECTIONERY. Dunns tho-
all and Winter we will handle COUNSELllEN'S FUESli CYSTEIW3. which
re now the best In the market. A largo assortment of CANDY and SUGAK ,
'OYS for the Holiday trade.
CATZ & FKEE3IAX , - > 10 lltli St. , Omnlia.
cct5-c ! < xl-rm
Has tha exclusive sale of the
The Gold Coin is this season the favorite of Chicago , is profer- /'I /
above all other Stoves , comes both plain a.'d highly orna-
lented , has the nevr patent grat e and flre-pot.t'hat win out wear
dlf dozen of any other. Thw Jackson.'I
tian any other Stove of its size in the market , acd ie , therefoie , 'Iit
lore durable than any other Stove , is strictly warranted in every
jspect , it requires no salesman to sail i * . aslcity reference sells it it
rithout trouble. Cor. lO h and Jackson.
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