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! HE DAILY BEL.
Wednesday Morning1 , Dec. 15.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC ! [
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TFAtTIXG F0t TIIK VERDICT
Members of the Uaion Cathoh'o
One cj iLe most Miscvt , fulaud iwr l rnnc8tic
- . r.iuga
Uranm onibt m crn-t-tc. ;
riild iiictnre < f Ri aniroorin ;
liilah ( J/fc Vt.-y
Etronr c t.
, AdciUicu. . 60oUs ; Mtio fl f ur soiiwl rlnl-
drtn , KrMaj-alS p. m ; A.to sion. 2 wnl .
Patereon sells coal
' Formntcr comforts in cops ,
mtifft , nHtftftgotoJ'ruaa [
Dolls at theOTc stoic.
See Polack'n advertisement.
Holiday Goods at Knhu's.
odor ca'tt-i at Saxc'e.
Choice im-aU , IVwen's Fulton 2
htfs , druggist.
I Albums at the i)9c ) store.
Ladies' awlgentf , ' poeketbooki.atSaxe's.
Pitifst Wolf Hob * * , Frederick's Great
Hat Store. UeoaSt
M. Toft is the Imppy father of a 13-
Thursday evi ning Grattd Suffer at
Twelve caw of stock tawne in from the
C. n. Frederick , leading Hatter , 14th
smd Farnbaai. l-ieo < lt
WhipiJc , McMillan & Co. , the jewel
ing Hatter. 14eoU3t
Snntn Cfaiisnt MasoDic Hall , Thui E
rreilerick , 3 ondinfr llatttr , firjesl
Stetson Hats. lleodSt
Beautiful , Vi * r * Ctftti Masonic Hall
Frederick , Leading Hitler , cheapest
Ladies in icyw&eiitative co-twnu-s at
Mas mlc Hall Tlmr d-iy evening.
BEST IN THliVOULDBazar
Glove fitting Patterns at Bushman's. tf
Frederick , Leading Hatter , finest Seal
.Swiss Cheese , wholesale and retail , at
Ciaiiuenr.it d & Meyer's , 207 east
Frederick , Leading Hatter , e'icajot
BeforeJ buying ; : your hats , caps ami
u , call ut C/B. De Croat & Co.'s. 20-tf
Y. M. C. A. "book reception''at the
Re byterhn church , this evening.
Frederick , leading Hatter ,
slock Cais. lloodUl
Lots , Farms , Houses and Lands. ] j iok
over Bemis' uow coltunnof bargain ! , on "
page.The change of j csteriby was not tl
loug duration and to-day ws as teatiliful
A heavy train went west In-day , in
cluding an cxtw twgg.igo car and C. F.
Crocker's npecial car.
" for l < ands , Lot ? , Houses and Faiiiis.
look over Bends' new column on first pc _
Frank Mayo appears on Friday and
Saturday , aud Saturday matinee , in "Van
the Virginia" and "Davy Crock-It "
An emigrant was victimized to the
extent of $15 last evening byan _ old con
fidential dodge , just as his train was leav
The rcort wf the Ijoaril f trade meet-
inc last evening , is nnavoidedly crowdc < 3
out of to-day'a issue but will appear
Tickets for tha nw-irufrade lull , t-ibo
held at Mete's Hall , Fridav evening , Dec.
17 , are for bae at Edholm & liriiksou's
If the present moderate llier holds
out a few dtya longer , ths cxcavatioui for
Lang's new block and Boyd'rt opsra hous- -
will be completed.
Thcra will be a spciial convocation of
Omaha Chapter , No. 1 , Koval Arch , this
( Tuesday ) evening , for work , Visitin ;
companions are invited. .Tames GI ! > eit ,
Messrs. Max Meyer & Brother de ir < ;
ns to express their thanks to Mr. M. rt
McKoon for the prompt settlement < > l
then- losses during the recent fire.
All the members of the Pioneer Hook
and Ladder company are hereby requested
to attend the i-i > ecUl meeting on December
14th at 8 o'clock p. m. , sharp , at Fireman's
H-ill , for important business. .Tulius
Treitschke , secretarf.
Reserving Feats for the Omaha Glee
Club concert will commence 'J hur day
morning at I ) o'clock , at Max Meyer
Uro.'s Music fctorc. Ko extra charge f
reserved scats. Price of tickets , 75o for
down stairs and CCc hir gallery.
Tlie ipcctacular drama , entitled
"Oaken Herats , " will be produced at the
Academy WednescUy aud Thursday. 3u
this piace all new scenery , the mot itai t-
linj and beautiful , will be usd , and the
great play will be put on in line EtyJc.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kendall w 11 cel-
ebrati their China Wedding anniversaiy
on Frday evening of this week , at their
home on the southwest corner of Fifteenth
and Dorcas streets , South Omaha. A cor
dial imitation is extended to a'l their
fiiinds to bo present on ths happy oc-
0 To-day is tha day set for taking
depjsttions in the contested election cases
of Fox and Barber vs. Paxton end Mc-
tihaae. Tlie latter have chosen Homer
Stull to meet Justics Ililey at 10 o'oloc'rf
aad tike dspositions in their bjhalf. The
senatorial contest will come before the
same court officers Thursday , Dec. ICth ,
at 10 a. in The proceedings will be brief
and purely a matter of form.
The anniul meeting of the Nebraska
State Board of Agriculture will be held in
Lincoln , commencing on Tuesday , Janu
ary 18 , ISSt , at 2:20 o'clock p. m. The
State horticultural soacty will hold it ?
annual meet ng , coinmcnc ng on "Wednes
day , the 19th day of January , at 2 p. in.
Itaducsl rates on the railroaJs have born
secured for return of those in attendance
upon both bodies.
An aWm of fire from box 21 , at 10
o'clock MondayEbrouglit the department
and a crowd of citizens to Union Block ,
from the upper windows of which nnuke
WA * seen fatting. T..e f .o was in the
b < iler-rooni of Curry'e barber shop in the
basement , the brick chimney having be
came so hoi that "t fired the juist c'ose to
it. There was a small blaze , which was
ettinguisheJ with a bucket or two of
"water. The damage Is purely nominal.
When Mayor Chase , Mocday , in
8paUng upon the increase of mayors' sal
aries generally , said it was not for hi own
i ntercsts thatJie was lalkin ? , it was un
certain whether he would run again or
not , a ineaber of the board spoke up and
slid , "It don't make any differenc' *
-vhether you ruu or not , ColoneL You
wdl be elect-d all the BainE. " * Th ap-
plaiM which followed this remark vhowtd
tlie f vor wUh which the tentiruent was
GRAVE 4rD GAY. J
A Double Collision at the
Union Pacific Transfer
An Extraordinary Thanksgiv-
icglGift to a Conductor.
There i * nothing like getting up a
little excitement occasionally to keep
one's blood from stagnating and they
iiad a goodly portion at the Union
Pacific transfer depot Monday night
The overland train from ftie west
was over two hours late and it was the
turn of the Northwestern to await lie
arrival and carry ilie thrcugh passen
gers. Before it was rer.dy to pull out
rGhicig } the mail train , from the
east , on the same road , came in and
zdi on the esrao track upon which the
engine and bnggtgo car of tha out
going irain were patiently wait
ing. The two engines came
in contact wkh a crash
bnaly damaging Uio pilots and front
of each. The baggage car o the out
going train AVSS driven back upon the
platform , B distance of ten or twelve
feet , damaging iteli anil the plat
form , too , mere or less.
About the sai-is time , at the west
side of tbe opov. Union Pacific en
gines Nos. 181 i'.d : 41 attempted lo
pass over tlie eaiao 'rack ' in cppois'te
directions sit the s&rrio time , and iu so
doing not only demonstrated the im
practicability < f the opera' ionbutbi g
cd up pilots aud machinfery generally.
The- unusually fortunate part cf
this series of amusing incident ? , cal
culated to bieak in npon the monut-
ony of every duy life of cur suburban
neighbor , waa that no ono was hurt in
A IlAILIiOAOliU'i .1OHG.
A few days before Thanksgiving a
car of nowpittein , vhich had be n
completed at tlie U. P. shop ] , in lhs :
city , was shipped to thoV. &T , ahcps
in Carson , N , v. , as a racdel for a
dozen more , and some of the boys ,
desirous of playing a Iko I
on Conductor 13. F. Vcrrill , of C-ir-
sea , hiwd r. shoemaker to const ! uct a
pair of boots which covered eighteen
Inches from hscl to toe- , end were
four feet ftcm the heel lo the straps.
Theao tvcro secured in the center of
the car and labelled with the compli
ments of the conduciord TJ. P. dine
Ion. The car was then scaled up and
consigned to Vcrrill. It reached
son on the 24th , and the freight
informed the unsuspecting victim that
was a cir of merchandize there fat
him. Although not a little pacslcd
to iknow Tfho had sent it , ho
broke the seal on the door in
the presence of n larijo crowd
of admiring frii nl ? aud pushing back
the door saw standing in tbo center
the colossal pair of boots. For j > few
inhiulQS he was mad enough to gaw a
file , but af I or wards f celled the sit
uation at d wkrn the freight bill waa
presented equirely repudiated it. 1 lo
is now losing sleep tiying to study up
a plan to get even. There was great
hilarity iiuiong the bays arid it cost
htm not a little to obtain pe cs from
ornciAL xonci : .
The folloxving circular has been is
sued by tha Alisjouri I'ucilic r&ilnay :
Gr.SiUAl.MANA(5El's : OFI'ICE. /
ST. Luuis , Decembtrl , 1SSO. (
Mr. J. il. 15.1Jy is this day ap
utructiuii of the Mexican extension of
iho ICaiuas and IVaai division i ° f this
railway , with lua qsurtei'd ut Tort
Worth , Ttxis. Uu otdtrs will ba re
spected and obeyed by all parties con
nected with the fxteiisinn of this line.
A A. TALMAGI : ,
LISTOF HO1.U * A\
1UIV > IKI ) IIATS , AT WllOLiS : l.E.
felLK UANUKKUCHTKI'S , VERY FINK ,
t'L'UK.S , AT COST ,
OUILimUXS1 3JI1TS , A SEW .STYLE.
CllILDUKXS' SiCQtTKS , HAND-MADE ,
CHILWIES.S * UOOP5 , HAND-MADE ,
NS' KUUS , AT WHOLESALE ,
rilOTOOr.Arit FRAMES , AT W1IOLES4LK ,
SrEKKOSCOl'LS , AF WHOLESALE ,
1' ISCYJBWELKY , VBUY CEUA11 ,
FANCY BASKETS , ECDUCni ) ,
.ICTCAl'SS , nr.DDCED.
OrilEU FANCY AimUT.US , HALF-l'lUCE.
KOW IS YOUll TIME.
The finest Christmas goods in Qrnt-
h-x. Gold , Silver and Celluloid Sets ,
OJor Cases. Lidies1 Purses , & : . Call
early , as they arc going fast.
S. T. FERGUSON it Co ,
dccl4tf Twelfth and Douglas Str.
The only COMPLETE STOCK of
CMJIl-SllOES in town at
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS' ,
Fifteenth and.Dodgc St.
NEW BRACELETS at
EnuoiAi it EUIOKSON'S ,
Opprsite the Postoflice.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
WHITNEY'S. ' , .
All the newest and latest designs in
cut glass bottles just received at Ish
& McMahon'a , 1321 Farnhara street.
A large J oliday stock of Greens at
Fleming's. , d clS 3t
TASLE CLOTHS AKD TABLE 2TArEINS.
A. Cruickshank it C\- . have jual
opened a great btigain in table cloths
and table napkin ? , being a lot of trav
elers' samples , which they can offer at
25 par caut. less than , rogalar prices.
These Roods r.re bouitifullv rnvle.
Being camples they arc the very bast ,
and are perfect , with the exception
that eomc are very slightly soiled en
the cJges , which , of course , comes oil
at the first washing. Come at once ,
before the lot is broken up. The
finer numbers are well worth a sight.
No such goods have ever been shown
in Omaha , It
Henning'a Michigan Apples , extra
quality and eizeJurge variety.
dec3-3t FLEMING Co. , Grocers.
Mrs. Dent , 217-N. lGh St. , is now
prepared to do dress making on the
shortest notice. Prices'moderate.
Nearly $2,000.00 Wo/th of
Ladies' Cloaks , Dolmans
S. P. Morse & Co. , Cash Jobbers
and Betai-'ers of Dry Goods ,
1319 Farnham St.
Call' attention to the above stock ,
which was damaged by smoke and in
moving to escape the
GREAT FIRE OF TUESDAY ,
DEC. 7m ,
and as we have adjusted ajl losses with
the insurance companies , wo offr.r the
entire lot at
Reductions of 515 , § 10 , 85 , So on
; while some are reduced even
more yet. The figures below will be
found a true and not over-stated table
of the reductions :
THEY WILL BE FOUND IN OUR
CLOAKROOM , SECOND STORY
All rr.arfojl in plain frj
Dolmans thst were $40 now § 25.
Dolmans that were § 30 now § 20.
Dolmans thst wire § 20 now 813.
DolmaLS that were § 18 now § 12.
Dolmans ( hit were § 12 now § 3.
Cloaks th-il v-ete § 25 now 10.
Cloaks tU ; were § 20 now § 14.
Cloaks that nere § 1G now § 11.
Cloaks that were § 15 now § 10.
.Cloi.k's ' that were $ i2 now $9.
Clonks that were 68 now § 5.
Cloaks that were § 4 50 now § 3.
Wo call attention to our stock of
Handkerchiefs , certainly the tmest
thown in the west ; wo have ovety-
thing from the Child's Handkerchief
at lOc to the elegant Embroidered
Lawn and Heavy Silk Muiller , atren
SILKS , CLACK SILKS I
We call thoal-rntion of those con.
templaliug a rich and useful present
t j our verv cheap stock rf
Pure Cashmere Fmiah Griffon Silk
at § 1 45 , equally as fine and gocd
quali'y as thai being sold ehewhero
Our ? l'icch Cashmere Griffon Silk
at § 1 75 will be found as good as tha
sold ohewhero at § 2 25.
24-inch Cashmtro Aloxandro Silk o
§ 2.45 we pnt ii competition with any
§ 3 00 silk in Oaisha.
21 inch Urshmoro Alexandra a !
§ 3 10 one of the bet made , and far
snporior to auy oversold in Omaha at
§ 3.r > 0 and § t 00.
Rom amber wo will save you frori
§ 5.00 lo § 10.00 on a silk dress.
All Silka warranted to wear withoui
Wo sto buying all ? ; oods direct frcrn
manufacturer.3 , paying cash down
and g'.vo * ie customers the benefit of
low prices tK's oblalncJ.
" * S. P. MORSE & Co. ,
1319 Firnham street.
J. F. Sawyer wishes to announce to
his friends and old customers that ho
may bo found , as heretofore , at 131
-Farnl.rim street , where he will be glad
to show them the best selected stock
of Watches. Ci-cka.TowelrySpcCiacle.
and Silverw rs at prices that defy
NEW BRA < ELETS at
EniLM : itEuiCKSOu's ,
Opposite the Postoflice.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
DID YOU SEE THE MULE ?
Messrs. Whipplo & Co. , the enter
prising jewelers , are never behind the
times. On the street to-day they had a
.covered cart with signs painted all
over , drawn by a mule "highly orna
mented. " Tbee gentlemen never ad
vertise any thing they cannot ; do.
Ladies in character costume , at Ma
sonic Hall : Fish wives , with oysters ;
Chiucse hdies , with tea ; Spanish ladies -
dies with coffccladies ; in Shakespearian
costumes , with books ; Japanese ladies
and ladies in appetizing costumes ,
with ice cream and chocolate. All are
invited. Thursday evening.
lion. Wm. A. Paxton hr.sgone east ,
S. D. Barkalow went west yesterday to
ft Col. SI. A. Sessions , of Lincoln , was in
the city yesterday.
Col. J. J. Dickey has gone to attend the
closing exercise * at Dufferin college.
lion. James Thompson , county clerk of
Sarpy county , was in town yesterday.
O. F. Crofntt , publi-her of The Guide
r.ud other tourists' literature , is in the city.
C. II. Willard has beea appointed train
dispatcher of the St. Paul & Omaha 1'ne
at this city.
Daniel II. Geary has been appointed
railway poslil derk between Omaha and
dins. B. DawBou , of this city , left yes
terday for Blair , for a couple of weeks
Milton Nobles' advance agent , Sir ,
AViws , passed sast yesterdayj returning
John K. Manchester acd wife went out
to ColumbusTuesdayJthe former toattend ]
the meeting of county officials called for
Sir. Chris. Crocker , vice-president of
the Central Pacific , went westTuesday with
his wife and daughter in a special car , en
route to San Francisco.
Hon. Jaaacs Billings , county treasurer
o [ llarlan c unly. went wfst on his way
to Columbus to attend the convention of
county treasurers of Nebraska that will
meet there to'day.
The work of cutting ice f-om the
river above the Union Pacific pump house
is proceeding actively.
There were no arresla last night , hut
two or three cases in which warrants had
been issued \ \ ere tried to-day. In the first ,
the < Ufendant , who had borrowed a thawl
and failed to return it , was accused of lar
ceny as bai'ee. He produced the shawl
aud was discharged. One or two cases of
disturbance of the peace were disposed of.
A family trouble List evening , in which
the wife used the poker to good effect over
her hut-band's head , wasup for adjudica
tion. Slike Oilligan has been discharged ,
sad the trial of Phillips , Kosey and Rob
inson , for steiling'a valisewill tome np at
10 a. ra. to-morrow.
Always fresh Ojstera at Tizzard'a. /
GOD SATE GEEEN EB1N.
An Eloquent Appeal to the
Patriotism of Ireland's
The following call haa been issued
'or a masa meeting to bo held at
lark's Ilall Wednesday evening ,
Dec. 15th , at 7:30o'clock :
Noyer since the ruthless invasion of
Ireland by the English has such a re
markable crisis arisen , as at present
jxiats. It is the organised moral
'orco of a martyr nation , whose ally is
; ho unqualified sympathy of the civi
lized world , in antagonism to the most
heartless tyranny , the most despotic
liws , and the most relentless system
i > f landlordism that ever cursed the
human rac& .
In thh emergency , we who enjoy
freedom , and all the blessings which
flow from a republican form of gov
ernment , must not forget our duty to
the land of our birth. Our love for
and alleftlanCa to our native land have
been our chief characteristics. Your
duty ia plain. Ireland stretches foitn
her hands in , let us hope , a last ap
peal. The cohorts of absolutism have
tried to force her into premature war ,
but for the first time they have failed ;
and as a Isst desperate effort they have
sought to bring the most -prominent
Irish leaders before the bar of so-
called justice , to answer charges of
which the whole world knows they
We must sid them. We must see
to it that these men get a fair trial.
We must employ the most eminent
counsel to defend them. To do tv-ia
all that ia required is to contribute
each a littlo. Every Irishman in the
United States can dor something , and
not to do his share , is to.shoihimself
unworthy of brotherhood in the gr.ind
cause fif liborj.y. Th i moral waif are
will RO on. England will have to Ettb-
mit To the dictates of reason , and to
the well-merited scorn of manlind ,
and acquiesce to a principle whichsho
haa tried often to wipe out of existence
by blood and carnage , namely "Ira-
land for the Irish. "
Fellow citiaena of Irish birth and
lineage this appeal is made to you
with great confidence. Your native
land , its history , its martyrs , its
associations , its steadiest adhereilco to
aspirations for liberty , _ even in its
darkest hour of persecution all sug
gest in the moat eloquent language
that we muat do our duty now. od
save Ireland !
Itieht Rov. James O'Connor ,
Very Rsv. William Kelly , R v.
J. E. English , Rsv. A. M. Colenaii ,
Rev. John Williams , Rev. P. F.
McCarthy , Rov. John F. Quinn ,
George M. O'Biien , James E. Boyd ,
John A. Creighton , 0. V. Galla-
uher , John A. McShane , Thomas
Kennedy , Michael Donovan , M. D.
R-che , Edwaid A. O'Brien , James
Ureighton , M. W. Kennedy , Charles
McDonald , Charles Rauley , F. C.
Morgan , W. P. Hennesy , John Rush ,
W. A. L. Gibbon , F M. MacDonaughj
T. Tallon.P. 0. Malley.
LADIES' EXTRA HIGH Cut
Over SHUES , ( SIBURIAN GAIT
ERS , ) just received at
L. B. WILLIANS & SONS' ,
Fifteenth and Dodge St.
NEW BRACELETS at
EDHOLM & EKICKSOS'S ,
Opposite the PostolBce.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
ND parent having the welfare of
cniliren at heart , sflould permit
themselves to ba without Zells con
densed Cyclopedia. 10 Gt
A fine line of Curtice Bros , canned
nd bottled fruitsfresh and preserved
SBorted as desired at wholesale rates.
ec3-3t FLE.MINO & Co. , Grocers.
A Fine line of samples of Now
Year Cards at THE BEE Job Room.
Call in time and leave your orders.
California Pears , Plums , Grapes
3tc. , at Tizard's Palace. " o21-tf
The only Cyclopedia published giv
ing maps after Gay'a Atlas and pro
nunciation , is Zells condensed Cycle
Go to the OMAHA TOY STORE
513 Fourteenth street , between Farn
ham and Doaglas , fan anything in the
toy lino. The largest and best se
looted stock in the city ,
t&f tf H. POHLMAN , Proprietor.
-COMIC TIN TYPES !
Come and see them , just the thing for
New Year , eight new designs at Grand
Central Gallery , 212 Sixteenth St.
On and after tnis date and during
the holiday season , the Boston Cash
Dry Goods Store , on Tenth street ,
will present a niece of jewelry to each
person buying over one dollars worth
of goods , This is no lottery scheme ,
but simply a present to dur friends
among the public , and the article will
be given at the moment of purchase.
The jewelry consists of ear rings ,
stirt studs , brcat pins , cuff buttons ,
hat pina and cuff buttons. 13-3t
Some time ago we made a mention
of the removal of Dr. Chambers , vet
erinary surgeon , to his new location- ;
the "Blue Barn , " on Sixteenth street.
Previous to that time the Doctor was
in partnership with Dr. Ayerp , and has
for a number of years been well and
favorably known to our citizens. D u'r-
ing the latb trouble with the epizootic
the unbounded success met with by
Dr. Chambers has given him the repn-
'tation of being the veterinary surgeon
of tlie west , a title he well deserves.
Geo. A. Ouster , Post O. A. R.
At the regulir meeting of Geo. A
Ouster Post No. 7 , G. A. R. , last
evening in Clark's Hall , the following
officers were chosen for the ensuing
Post Commander James M.
Senior Vice Commander D. A.
Junior Vice Commander E. "Wy-
Chaplain iJ. H. McCoon.
Officer of the Day John Jlotl.
Officer of the Guard Otto Schnel-
Delegates to the state encampment :
Col. "Watson B. Smith , Gen. 0. H.
Frederick , Hon. Jas. H. Kyner , Jcs.
Southard , Hon. Jno. B. Manchester ,
and P. P. Shelby.
New Muscatel , London La er and
Deliesa Ralsens in quarter boxes for
family trade ,
dec3 3t FiEMEfo & Co. , Grocers.
A Vast Mass of Business Facts-
for the Trade Keview A
Full Corps of Reporters
Omaha's Business HousesResi
dences and Factories Hand
somely Illustrated 4- ,
OOO Copiea Already
The success attending our work
Upon the Annual Review for 1881 , fi
without a precedent. Many are ad
vertising in this supplement that have
never patronized it before , and old
patrons are almost universally in
creasing their orders.
The outlay upon this work can bo
realized when we state-that an able
irslstanthasbcenemployod very busily
or five days , ia gathering information
rhicii wo condense into an inch space
n ono column.
The trade , manufactures , iraprove-
rnauts , societies and government < f
our city , will have a correct and full
representation , as it now exists , in the
orthcoming Illustrated Annual Re
view for 1881. Wo extend to every
udividual a special invitation to con-
ributa to the information wo seeker
or , and thereby benefit Omaha and
confer a favor upon. us. Call at TUB
) BC Office and tell us what you have
done during the year , so that yotir
igures will swell the grand totils that
? ill indicate Omaha's wonderful pro
Mr. Prftssse'a canvass has j keady
ecurctl for this year'd supplement an
advertising pUroiiage for ill escess of-
my precedii-g year , but as tlu-re are
irms yet unrepresented in that do-
3artmeatwe hope that so many as wish
o avail themselves of the opportunity
'or securing space in the most widely
ird universally circulated publicition
ever issued in this state , will do so
NO\V ( iv3 116 time for cloaing our col-
mns is at hand , and Mr. Pierce will
soon be obliged to go on to Milwau
kee to superintend the artbtic work.
A postal card to Mr. Pierce at the
Crei liton house or a Hue left at TIIE
BEB Jibe ia all that is necessary.
FURS ! FURS ! ! FURS ! ! !
Lidiea' and gents' fur oods of ev
ery description at the Fur Manufac
tory , opposite postoffica , Omaha. All
goods are vrarran'ed.
HKNKY G. RIUUTKB , Furrier.
Call at the UJIB job rooms and ex
amine something nice in the way of
i'me Papotries , auiUibla for invita
tions to weddings , balls , private mas
querade parties , sociables and con
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
Just received at TUB BEE Job
Rooms the nicest line of diminutive
Paper and Envelopes aud Cards , suit
able for Children's Birthday Parties ,
Gail and SBB theri\
Figs , Dates , Prunes , Prunells ,
Citrons , Raisins , Orange Ped , Lemcn
Peal , pure apices. Nuts all new and
fresh. FLEMING & Co. , Grocers.
Zells Condensed Cyclopedia.
An abridged library and univerea'
reference book , is at present being
introduced to 'our citizens. It is
worthy of your attention. 10-6t
500 HENS' , BOYS'AND CHIL
DREN'S OVERCOATS AND ULS
TERS TO BE CLOSED OUTRE
GARDLESS OF COST , AT POL
Real Estate Transfers.
Norman A. Kuhn to J. K. Ras
mussen , et al. ; q. c. d. , n. 4i n. e. j n
e. j , sec. 17 , t. 1C , r. 13 , o. SCO.
A. M. E Igar to trustees Swedish
Lutheran Emmanuel church ; q. o. d.
lot G , block 21 , Omaha § 1.
Flower Hill Cemetery company ti
Michael Holrath ; w. d. , block 10
Flower Hill Cemetery 55.
J. R Criglor and vife to Peter
Bayer : w. d. lot 5 , block 1 , Kountze'i
third addition , Omaha 5300.
J. II. Flifgel and wifa to Angus
Schipporeit : q. c. d. lot 20 , bl ck 3
Kountze's third addition , Omaha
George Spcnco and wife to Gee
H. Bosg * f-nd Low. W. Hill : w. d ,
sw , sec. 7 , t. 15 , r. 11 e. 5300.
Byron Reed to 0. F. Goodman , lot
121 , Prospect Hill Cemetery § 27.
Byron Reed to C. F. Goodman , lo
122 , Prospect Hill Cemetery 50.
Sophia Lowe to George Warre ;
Smith , w. d. , lot G , and n 44 ft of s
88 ft lot 5 , block 134 , Omha § 0000
Margaret aniO.T. Franks toThos
Johnson ; q c. d. lot 5 , block 200Jr
Onnha § 50.
Wm. Daily , U. S. mirshal , to Wil
son Reynolds ; sw J sec. 11 , t. 14 , r.
10 , and aw J sec. 2 , t. 15 , r. 11.
Wilson Reynolds and wife to A. W.
Albro ; w. d. BW | , sec. 11 , t. 14 , r. 1"
Chas. W. Keycs to Chas. J > Pratt
q. c. d. lot 18 , Ivoyea' subdivision lo
9 , Capitol addition , Omaha 85.
A. J. Poppleton and wife to Chas ,
F. Goodman ; q. c. d. middle J lot 7 ,
block 122 , Omaha 81.
Sophia Lowe , trustee , to Gcorj
Warren Smith : w. d. w. 44 ft. a.
lot 8 , block ISO , Omaha § 2,000.
Charles W. Hamilton , trustee , to
Auuust Banbenneik : w. d. lot 8 , block
2 , Lake's addition , Omaha 8350.
BEAD , THINK AND BELIEVE !
THE LITTLE CIAMT
Read What Kcd Cuntlino fay * About it :
KAGLES'NEST. I.EAR STAMFORD , N. T. , \
February 10th , 1SSJ. /
Mr C. B. TliomjBon , PridpevtaUr , Conn. :
Mr DEAH SIR The Pocket Solos I ordered
have arrived. I have toettd them and find them
perfectly accurate , from the ounce up to the full
weijlit S Ibg. 3hey are to small and stowable ,
so to speak , every fisherman will carry one in
his vest ixclet , , to test his "hi ? catches. " Every
careful housewife , who likes to know she na *
lull eight in small purchasfs , will need one.
In short , your "LITILE GIAr.T , " like DaviU
amonz the Philistine ? , 13 ( lest ncd to be a Tfon-
derfnllj-ictlve and pscful article , dcinff sway
with the need of cumNersome "OLD FOOT" arti
cles Yours Truly , E. Z. C. J ODSON , alias NED
The above letter speaks for itself , as Nra >
ECMLiXEiaono of the best sportsmen In this
country , aud Is weU knownthiougbout theworld
as a literary writer of eicat abL'ity , and the
above letter should convince any one as to the
merits cf the "Limn GUST POCKBT SCALES ,
they are th nsatest invention of the ace , weigh
from ounce to tijht pound * , and warranted ac
curate ; rach icae is elegintb/ plated with nicke ;
silver and il' ' las'.a.'ife-Umewitn < "r InarycarK
EVERY OKB SHOULD HAVE OSV.
Just the thins : for Sports-nen , Hunters , Fisher
men , and also for famlJyuse , as they ars easily
curiedln the vest pocket.
Every family should surelr have one , as they
are very handy about the house. In weighing
Preserves , etc. , they ire indisMnsable. Anj
child cm Bcuh with these Scales , and they can
not tet out cf or.ler , iS they are made i a a new
prinrfple. The price Is nly Fifty Cents each ,
aad is within the reich'of a 1.
Aoccrs ASD Tire TRADE SETFLIZD AT BKDCCED
C. B. THOJIPiOK , Inventor ind tole Mann
factuxer , Bndgtwater , Conn. ' gtpZBwt
K Advcrtlseasna To Lot For Salt'
Lest , VounJ , Wants , Uomrdlc 4c. , will b In-
tried In theea colunuu ouca for TKN CEITTS
ier line ; each snb'w u.sntlnKrtloDjFn'K CENTS
line. The Cist la.-3rtoa ! nevsr less than
rvnarr r-Fivs CRMT&
TO iOAM-SOK Y.
TO LOAN At 3 per cent inter
cptlO.uUv/ , n 8UCM of J-J1M and u p-
warda for 1 to 5 years' time on first class impror
ed city and farm property. Apoljat BEUI3
Ksal ICatate aud Loan Agency , 15th and DoOl43
_ tn. tiTS. . ?
M' ' BT tO MAH-0 ) U t law 03cO
P. L. THOMAS , Itoom S. Crolehtoa Block
roKKY TO I.OAK UN JVrchtro s
[ Dr. Ed7 ri : Ixxra Apclicy. nSv-i
W 'ANED ! A ( Trst-c'aM coat-mil or ; # ie.idr
employment . . . . . . . . . . Mid coo i vraec sjii mto d.
jjintoin , Ivcb. ? 5- ' ?
D-A stout boy nboul If. Or 10 7 - *
WANTE at No. 215 Suuth 14h .S' . . 73-tf
A good citl a-Mut H jeari ol' .
to assist in taking care of tin fifant and
ilo crranils. Kcftrcncoj rtqulretl A | 'ly t
" 45 ! Farnhara strict. cl 13
ANTED To irs ! ff.r bouse nu. ! : . Ku-
W fju're at 161S , Chicago street. e $ < 6
WASTED A p.sition bv a youn indn of
pncd address and who his EOICC u quite-
anco in Ne > ra ka ; v/tuld prclcr to travel. Ad-
rb3 If. , Bee office. C4-15
WANTED A iiurso-cir" , 15 or 10 icirs of
afre. App'yat JiC'7 ' , California slrcrt.
WAXTED Cook , ilmiu ? - room girl ami
kitchen help , at Pacific liaise. 71-11
WAtfTED Fva carpJLter ? , southwest cor
ncr 17tn and IzarJ M. T. MOKPHY.
WANTIID A.uood girl forgcjcral hous -
0'k in small family -o ( t wages p iJ ,
lone luit first-class need apply. Corner lth ! ) and
zaru at cola MK i. H. \YiriIFELL. .
W 'ANTED A Dinin ? r.iom waiter. Apply
at t&Is office 71-15
A iil to do hou-twotk , 2115.
California street , ici euiiK \ nd 22d
trccts. TO 14
A Qtct-chsi boot aid oboe tria-
kcr , wotKs 'n pe u d AH I > c e.l wmL.
Pat 31inp , Eiott'iivlllt' , Neb. Onulia's vacca
ail. 67i ( i
SccoKd-Iwna i.ibl Mintloiml
Oraiocomplete. Addrcfs ' > . " 15Sl ? I'R
WASTCD-A iflrl to worU i.i 11 LII n , t llio
Emmctt BOIHO. M-ll
) OM MAT \VAXrEU-Adr.sj J. II. 1'
EOOM office. I'-tf |
"TTTANTED A uoiiun cook , at ttc Emmctt
- - - it 'or the \V'liccf ! r < WiNon
WAKTKO-A-s- . Call al OiGie , Juvbs'
BIO k. SO-14
WANTED 100 ladies to try the New No. 8
\FhccIcr & Wilson Scwln , ' 3Ia hine
First premium tided thh ( ainoiu maclitac at
he lena ami fiebras'-a Sta'o Fairs Sacj ! room
' Dlock , ofcO fifteenth s'rctt. 40-14
WANTED A few more boarderp , at the
aouthcijt cor. 15 h and California. ZC-14
A jjood Inusc-kccpcr , 1109 Porn
WANTEO - , upttaird. 3J-tf
TT7 ANTED Kmplrymcnt forliorjo and i\-agon.
\V U. A. tIAKU'Si. lUthandNicho'asSta.
"VTTANIED All Omaha knnir thit the
V r IloyM St. Jonn is tba hixo tl Scwiup
hdiinc.i. office on l"tli St. 843f
FOR REKT-HGUSES AriD UNO.
rtlO UEN'T Suit of front rociria to rent , brick
JL Honrfe , 1117 Ta'S St. , oprosito Schco'
hcusoaso ; ! liauic , l.irn atitl 5areS near city
T > OOM3TO tENTand part of stoic. Next to
JLV Bte 0,1ice. W. EVEKETF. 5316
ilO K NT Suit of rooms torcnt.bnckhouse ,
i 1417 Cass St. opposite tcliool house ; also
liouao , bain and 5 acres neir city 41-15
FOR KENT Honso in Shnh's 2nd addition ,
C 5 per .month. W. SIS1KRAL , ronoi 0 ,
ireieh'on B'oofe. ' _ 83a-tf
j OR RENT A funiiaho-J , Sutlth fiont room
1 Inquirj nt No 1012 Ktniham St > at-tl
OR REST Cottase , on Gth and Pine Sta ,
new house , eight ruoras.on 23d a'.d Casa Sts
Enquire J. 1 * . Roc , b' . E. Uor. 12th and Farn-
14EHT 2 fJ'rtfclicd rooms over Mer
FOR . Exchange , iN. TI. Cor. ICth and
Pod go streets.
LOTS , FARMS , HOUSES AX D LANDS. Lee
over BEMIS * new column of bargains on la
EOII SAI > E The entire fnrnttura o ( Broom1 * ,
desirably located : cm inke poeacisfon it
once ACdtejs "U. " , Dee Oince. 69-16
Olt BA' E Smivll tubular boiler and stack.
F Roddis & Thrall. 63-17
OR SALK Business house and grocery ftoclc ,
_ Restauraut attached. Addrc&d R. Cbiffin ,
Aurora , Neb. 9-lra
FOR SALE Two close caftiajre ? , at A. J.
OFFERS A SPLENDID LIST 0
Bargains in Houses , Lots , Farms an
Lands , in bis new column on 1st page
rjl It SALK Cottonwood lumber ot all 8lzes , < < t
T RKDMOSD'S. SIxtconth-st. 616-t
ESCAPED From my enclcturc , ono brown
pony about 3.years old nitli sore ou back.
A suitable- reward will ba paid for his retu n to
JOEL T. OBIFFEN. 77-16
STRAYED Red and white cow about7jeara
old. A iuitable reward ill bo paid for her
return 'o N. HAN8EN , Commercial hottl , S. E.
cor. 91h and Lcivciiwcrth. 73-16
QTRAYNOTICE Tatca upon the premises
O of the subscriber in Jefferson Precinct , one
buckskin colored pony , about 3 years old , eeld-
mK. GEO. E. TIMME 73-15
FEW d jy boar Jen can be accommodated al
icasanablo rated , it Ro , m 2 $ , Hcllman's
Ukck , up steirs , catranceon ISthttrccL
O BALED PROPOSALS will lie received by ths
> 5 undersiifntd until Saturday , December 18th ,
1883 , for the purchase f I all b id linga on loU 1 ,
2 and 4 , bloA 141 , Omaha Terms cash The
rijrht U reserved to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Commissioners.
JOHS R. MANCHESTER ,
34-14 i o-mtv Clerk.
HILL'S MANUAL NOTICE :
R. S. VEALE , of Council Bluffs , Iowa , la no
Innfrer General Agent for tlie SlU of HILL'S
MANUAL OF SOClAli AND BUSINESS
FORMS. We hivinj terminated his agency for
treed and sufficient reasons ; anil we hereby
CAUTIO\ public i alnat bcin ? imposed up
on , by unscrupul.iui m.n , who attempt to "palm
cO" a SP"K1OUS work on them instead of
"Hill's Mana.il. " the boos thev want or sub
scribed for. MOSES WAKREN ll CO. , Publish
era of Hill's Mutual , 10J Stita et. , Chicago.
Nov. 6th 1883. 19-17
T OTS , FARMS , HOUSES AN D LANDS Look
Ju oycr REMIS' now column of bargains on 1st
POUND In North Omaba , a spotted alf about
twoorthrej dtya old. Owner on hive
Sime by calling at North Western brewery ,
Ciiming street , and [ ayU ; for thisnotici. 21-li
Absolutely Pure , i
lladc from Oppe Cream Tartar. No other
preparation makes such lUht , fliky hot hreuu ,
or luxurious pantry. ICan bo eaten by djrpeptks
witliont fear of the Ills resnltlnz from heavy in'
gold only In tana br all OroccH.
BOTAL FAsisoPoTDXR Co. NOT Tork :
J. H. FLIEGEL & GO.
Sncccssora to J. H. THIEI.E ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
No. 122O Douglas Street ,
CXM ; A.TT . A ,
IE MILLION ACHES
EASTERN NEBRASKA ,
20,000 , Acres
6 to-12 MUes from Omaha ,
$6 to $10 per Acre , on
Long Time and
Large tracts suitable fcr
Colonies in all the best
Counties in the State ,
80,000 acres scattered
A large number of Improved
Farms ill Nebraska , many 01
them near Omaha , $12 to $40
per acre ,
An Immense List of
Consisting of Elegant Resi
dences from $3,000 to $20-
DOO. Many vacant lots in
; he additions to Omaha.
ETundreda of lots scattered
trough the City. Houses and
Lots , Business Houses and
Liots , 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
can show good titles.
Itlaps for Donslns and Sarpy
Counties for sa c ,
4 beantlful lots fronting Booth Ia Isaac h
telden'a ndu. for $ ICO half cash.
House and lot , .Kid and Dodxe $ 3,000
llourc and lot near Brjwnell Hall 3,100
Two r.cw houses and full lot , rents for
$4SO per year 4,000
New brick house , 21x25,1J etory , ith3
Iota - 2,000
House and lot Webster st l.EOo
Lxreehou c and corner lot 6,000
Largo house full lot , California st 4,000
Residence and 4 full lota , St. Mary's are. . 5,000
House and small lot , couth of depot 050
House and smill lot.soutn of depot 655
Residence propeity , Kountzo and Ruth's
Fine residence property 10,000
House and lot , 22d and Harner 1800
House ami lot , Nelson's addition 2,700
House and lot Hhinn'3 add.tion 1,600
ItesMtnceand corner lot 3,0u5
Kc-iilcnce ( cash ) 7,500
Kesidence 5iOO ,
Uou e and one-half lot lt5C !
Three houses and corner lot 7COO
Residence and corner lot 7,500
House and 60 lect front , ICth street 3,700
Lar.'O house and corner lot. . . 6,500
.Evidence and three lots 6,500
Two house and earner two-thirds of cor
ner lot 1,100
Houaiand srna'l lot , Cos ? street 2,100
Hanseandlot , 27th near Farnham l,00f
BOQQS & IIILIi.
Brick honao and comer lot 1,300
Small home and full lot , Comings st 2,350
House and lot , 23d street 3,200
House and full lot , worth 94,000 for 5,500
Fine brick residence 1,500
Brick residence 5,950
House and corner lot 1,550
New two-story house and comer lot 4,200
Residence find full lot , Farnham at 5,500
House and one acre , 18th street 3,0 < X )
Housfl and half lot , 18th street 2,200
House and lot , Shinn's addit'oi ' 1.COO
House and half lot , Casg strict 1,100
House and half lot , Casj Street 1,450
Residence and two lots , Capitol Hill. . . . 7,000
Elezant brick residence 2 full lots 15,600
Finest residence In the city , 16,000
Resdenco ! property 17,1)00 )
ItcHiden o property 17.500
House and lot , Shinn'd addition 1,200
House ami lot , . hlnn'aaddition 1,500
Hou9fl .nd lot , 2't hand Farnham 1,400
House and Int. 27th and Douglas $375
House and full lot , Izardst 1,7 = 0
New house and 1 } lot 2,200
Residence property 7 , 00 i
Rcsi-'cnce property , verir fine. : 13.SOO
Home and lot , Horbach's addition 1.500
Residence , K.irnhara et 6,000
Honso and } Iot 1 hlocir from Court
House and i lot 1 block from Court
Home and comer lot 2 blocks from Court
House and l.t , Nlchobh street 1,000
House and 1 acre , Glues' addition f-IQ
House and lot , lllh street 000
Larso buildinjand HOC loti. 1 mile out. . . 4,000
Housa and lot on DjTenport 3,600
H cut e and } lot , near depot 1,500
House and t lot , near depot 900
House and lot , South Aremi 1,000
Hou e and lot , Shhln'g addition 1 , SflO
Residence , Kountze and Rutb'a add 2.GOQ
Residence property , Konnize and Rath'a
Residence prcp rtv , south part tf town. . 2,500
Houseand } lot. Webster it 2,700
Honse and 5 acres at barracks 7U )
House and lot , A raw t ring's addifn 1,000
Home and lot , South 13 t. . . 650
Hou e and lot , Koniitzo and Ruth's ad
Residence and J lot 2,700
House and lot , 16th st 3,600
Boggs & Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS ,
1408 Para. St , , Omaha , tfeb ,
Immense Stock for
J3 SB01 ! " "
S atia I ia
Men's Suits ,
\For \ Men ,
Boys , and
Tnniks anil Ysilisc * , at
Prices to Suit Ail ,
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
-Caa > CTI31i.rgT Hj "Isr3l5R
ORCHARD & SEAM. DEWEY a S1W ,
OMAHA OMAH A.
GUHS , AMMUHITION , SPORTiKG GOODS
Fishing Tiiclvks Base Italls suitl aluinincor
FARNHAM STREET ,
MARHOFFS TRUNK FACTORY.
flic I.irycst and best assortment of
Trunks and Valises in the West. Telescopic Cases
and Sample Trunks a Spccfulfy.
H. H. MARHOFF - - - PHOP.
. . , . ,
11711 th Sr. . ; ? I > o rs North of Roiiglas St.
A GRATIFYSNG FACT THAT THE
Gives universal Satisfaction and that it is stead
ily and rapidly increasing in public lavor.
The White Machine jnstly claims to , be the
best made , the easiest running , the simplest in
construction and "the most perfect Machine in
The White Co. employ as agents men of ! n
tegrity , and purchasers are alvrays satiafletl ,
because they find everything just as repree-
Everybody should use this Machine. The
sales so far this year are more than double
the corresponding time last year.
All orders addressed to the | Omaha Office
will be promptly filled.
for. Davenport anil I5tli St..1'
IV ! -
Has the exclusive sale of tLe
The Gold Coin is this season the favorite of Chicago , ia prefer-
od above all other Stoves , comes both plain a'd hUghly orna
mented , has the new patent grate and flre-potthat wilt outwear
b lf dozen of any other. Thb Gold Coin weighs more by fi'ty ' Ibs.
than any other Stove of its size in the market , acd is , therefore ,
more durable than any other Stove , is strictly warranted in every
respect , it requires no salesman to sell if. as city reference sells
without trouble. Cor. 10th and Jackson.
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