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THE DAILY BEE.
Friday Morning , Dec. IT. @
ACADEMY OF MUSIC !
niURSDAV , Dcccml cr 33th.
1VA1TIXC ! FOR THE VCBDICT
Members of the Union Catholic
One it the molt ccis > ful ard popuhr domestic
the inw-'etn ttLO JWinsa
draro on -
irtrfd Picture of r.ici andjPoDrin
EngUh Life A cry
s ; Matinr e for
I'nlcrfcon rolls coaL
tor winter comfartt incaps\rolacar
mufi , > ' ' vr , go to Frederick , Hatter.
Evergreens , at , 93c store.
Sec I'olack's advertisement.
Holiday Goods at Kuhn's.
Elegant odor ca es. atSaxe's.
-Choice mcate ,
Celluloid SetBatKuhn'6 , druggist.
Yon can now skate by
andgenU' pocketbooks.at Base's
-Finist Wolf lloucB , 1'redcricVs Great
Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewelers
Block. ° 2Hf (
ers , Crtighton
-Omaha Glee Club concert Tuesday
C H. Frederick , .Leading HaUcr , 14th
nnJl rnham. _ " " *
Tlrowncll IHall vacation Ijcg'ns next
Christmas Gifta f r all Jit Masonic
-BEST IN THE WOKLl-Baar
at Buslunan'e. [ If
Glove ( itlin ; ; Pattern *
I'lcd-rick , leading Hatter , finest
Stetson H t3. ' llcodSt
Masquerade ball at Meli's Hall , to-
Frederick , Leading Uatler , chcapcht
The contested election cases ate slowly
3'rankj Mayo at the Academy to-
- Three handsome offices are to bo built
xvi > ofite the old court house ,
Frederick , Leading Hatter , finest Seal
Fifteen belUers for North Bend and
Schuyler vent wefct ycfclerday.
Swiss Cheese , wholesale and retail , Jit
Carumcrmnd it Meyer' ? , U07 eiu > t ISthlSt.
Frederick , Leading Hatter , cheapest
The o\crl nd train from the west
tame in in two sections yesterday.
H : -The Pullman travel is light now , only
iae deeper was taken west yesterday.
-FincstBuffalollobes.Frederick , Lead-
tig Halter. UcodSt
Frederick , Leading llaltsr , largest
i fh.kCaiB. UeodSt
-Lots , Farms , Houses mil Lands. Look
overBeuiia' new column 01 bargains on 1st
Tlie postponed donatio nccial of the
1 muii Catholic L'brary Association will
t ko place iiert Tuesday evening.
For 1-audn , Lots , Houses and Farms
look over Bemis" new column on flret pagr ,
ii -A II. P. cast bcucd freight train had
its cabo \virckcd at Columbus " \Vedncs-
Jny , by Ixing run Into by the second bee-
- A new lauk will be opened in Plntts-
Inimlh January 1st. A. 3J. Touzaliu and
an.lW. H. YatoR , the latter furinerlyof
tlii i city , aie the founders.
The total amount of freight paid the
Union Pacific road this y ar for cattle
hauled to Council Bluffs over that road
A summary oi the season's business
\ > f the Union Pacific in through block
iiaunportatiou shows a total of 6,100 care
if tattle handled. This is about 100 CJ.TS
IncrcaBe over the bmlnosi of last year.
The Wettern Union has joined in the
JtVgrapU War between the A. N. and A.
A P. companies , and made a nduct'on of
nearly titty i > cr rent to-day in rates to the
JfcMr England and Middle States.
At the leccnt tcssion of the Sovereign
CrandL > dge , I. O. 0. F. , held at Toron
to , Canada , important changes were made ,
and a "new work , " differing very inatcri-
ally from the "old work , * ' was adopted
and will take effect January 1 , 1SSI.
"Oaken Heatls , " played at the Acad-
jiy of MusicWcdnesday was a mirprra to
an appreciative audience , which , by the
Vray , was good one , con ide.ing lint the
company was little advertised and that
Jniany of our citizens were not informed of
Lh a fact that they were going to play. The
Jti ce from beginning to end abounded in
tiamors and pathos , the audience ono inin-
titc convulsed with laughter , and the next
hioved to tears. "Win. Pierje as "Dick
Bcorlcy , " was a special attraction ; Little
J letty , as the child of a lost father , played
Ler part to perfection. The support
throughout w.\g Grst-class , and the scenery
was the finest and best arranged of aoy
ever before brought to th city.
TSxtra fine Liver Fijs , at Pundt'e.
Flro In South Omaha.
Shortly after midnight last night
iho grocery , saloon nnd residence of
! PhilIp Koch , at the soulhwoot corner
i if Tenth and Castelar streets , Bowery
31 > 11vero burned to the ground.
! The Gro was well advanced when the
nginccn of the Uuion Pacific switch
vnginca in the Tenth street yards baw
iho gkro , and gave the alarm by
oundiiig their whistles nnd ringing
i ( ioir bolls. Fire engines No. 2 and
I ! and the hooks responded , and came
tiown aa far as the dopjt , but owinp
Jo tliedistnnce , nnd the stoop and
ilippery roads , did not go any further.
This is the third time within a few
vr ara that Mr. Koch JIBS been burned
A Scnous Accident.
Night before last Mr. Tizard , pro
jirictor of Tizard'e Palace , Farnbam
i" roet , met with a misli&p which came
sioar costing him ver > ' dearly. 1
3 > ml been to Council 151ur3 for ajoad
i f Christmas evergreens , r.nd about
Jitlf pa t 5 o'clock ho started home ,
I itonding to cioss by Porter's ice
Vridge. Uuforttmatcly , ho mistook
i 10 road in the dusk of the evcn-
j ig and drove to the landing
i t the Omaha Ferry company and out
l eon the ice , which he supposed to bo
j U right. The first thing he knew he
down. He had
cat struck the upper
i Igo of the gorge where thi
) s was thin aud fortu-
i itoly when the accident happened
1 d not got beyond the shallow water ,
i > that he was able to citric ite him-
t < U and horee from the unpleasant
t ilemma and get safely nshore. His
1 gop , T.ith its load , still stands in
t je rircr as a warning to ( revellers , j
.i' The Largest In tUe Land.
II s a fact not known to many thai
the Union Pacific "yirds" in this city
arc the largest in mileage in the
United States. Their limits extend
to "the hill" on the west , two miles ,
to Boyd's packing house on the south ,
and to the Northwestern depot on the
north , making with the main line and
all the sidings , oyer twenty-five miles
ofiroj. * I'.s capacity is equalled by
some other yards , more compactly ar
ranged , but its territory is not.
It Is managed by Yardmaster-Hany
Gilmore , whoso duty requires him to
go over the entire ground once a day
to see that everything is in proper
shape. Hiaday force includes thirteen
switchmen and his night force coven.
In addition to these ho has at all times
busily at work trooi five to seven
locomotives by day and two to three
by night , with the men necessary to
handle each. The lorco varies be
tween these limits as the season is a
busy or dull one. An average of one
thousand cars nro moved daily , equal
to about forty fall trains. There is
also the "hill train" which runs from
7 a. m. to G p. m.
The yard and the business trans-
noted therein is constantly growing in
importance and new tracks are being
llidjavcry month. Yesterday Mr. Gilmore -
more moved iato a new office just
completed for hii uso. It is located
between the tracts a couple of hun
dred yards west of Ifca depot and is of
frame 15 by SO feet in size with 5 12
foot ceiling. It is verj neatly finished
and comfortably furnished. There
arc two rooms in it , each 15 by 16
fcot in fiizts , the east oao
being the yardmasters office
and the west ono for hii force , and for
the clor. go of lanterns , oil , w 8to ,
olc. The eflko is supplied with a Icl-
ophonc , c'vDg ' i-10 ' yard-miEter in-
Blant communication with every part
of the yards and city generally. The
car recorder for Omaha proper has
ilosk room hero , that official being
5Vr. E. McDonald , newly appointed to
succeed Mr. Mclntosh , who was killed -
od a few days ago.
Our reporter found Mr. Gilmore in
his new hcitfquatters this morning
busily engaged at his work , which is
about all that ono man can handle.
Ho courteously gave a fovr muinentc
iif ha ! tirao to informing us concern
ing a ftw details of the business
being transacted in the yard.
A train of nlovc'a platform cars ,
! oadpd wilh old iron rails , passed by
On their way to the nail works , where
they arc to bo used in the manufacture
turo of the best naili turned out by
that inslution. The rails r.ro fur-
niehed by the 11. iV M. , which , hav
ing no rolling mills of ita own near at
hand , can thus dispose of thorn to
greater advantage than I * send them
away , paying heavy transport-ilion , to
bo worked over for new use on the
lino. They make best material hicli
the nail works gels ,
The Union elevators arc gcttinc in
four or five cars of grain per day over
iho B. fc JL , aud to-day lo-vded out
twenty-five cars of qrain for the
bash , which goes to the Toledo
market and five for Chicago over the
C. B. A Q.
The B. tfc M. also hauls in about
thirty cars of material a month for the
mnoltinp ; works , all these loads pass
ing over the U. P. yard to their des
A car , of aoda water bottles for
Pomey's factory , on Eleventh street ,
swung by , on their way to bo un
Pratt A ; Towle sentoutyeslesday five
cars of coke to Ogden , to bo used by
the smelters at the various mines in
The Union Pacific having been nn-
able to gat n sufficient supply of coal
for its own consumption from tbe
Wyoming mines , now receives twenty
cars per day from Fort Scott , Kan.
They use this amount daily ,
240 tons in th-j yard and shops. The
Forb Scott coal , while much dirtier
than Wyoming , is good for steaming
Thcno are but a few of the many
items of daily business transacted ,
which covers also the vast number of
c.irs of merchandise for our Omaha
merchants , shipments to and from the
packing houao ; , Jco houses , smelting
works , white lead works , shops , etc.
Every man is kept ou the alert and in
the busy season the number of care
moved runs up on some days to 1,800.
The old office vacated for the neat
and cosy ono uow for the first time In
use , will bo removed to the 17th street
crossing for the use of the new rhg-
man recently appointed for that local
ity , in compliance with Iho require
ment of the city council.
There can bo"no better Christmas
present than ono of Frederick's Fine
Seal Caps or Elegant Itabcs.
Mons Christmas Slippers. Como
and eco them. Sure to please.you
At Fullricdo's , Douglas street , west
of Lutheran church.
WU1PPLE , McMILLEN AGO. ,
CKEIQUTOS BLOCK ,
They have ono of the finest displays
of Watchrs , Diamonds and Jewelry
ever brought to the city. They defy
competition. People arc cardially in
vited to examine stock aud price : .
California \Vinrs , at Pundl'e.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS at
LOWEST PRICES at
L. 1 > . WILLIAMS t SONS.
LEAR IN MIND.
J. I. Kichol & Co. are telling coal
oil at 15c per gallon. d5t3
Call and see styles and prices of
slippers , as well as all other , kinds of
men's , ladies' and children's boots and
shoes ; all sold at prices that will buy
them , at Fullriode's , near Thirteenth
and Douglas streets.
Jnst received at TUB BEE Job
Rooms the nicest line of diminutive
Pper and Envelopes and Cards , suit
able for Children's Birthday Parties
Call and ace them.
Me&ls at all hours at Tizzard'a. tf. i
FOB SALE ,
Nearly S2.000.00 Worth of
Ladies' Cloaks , Dolmans
S. P. Morse & Co. , Cash Jobbers
and Retailers 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 OP TUESDAY ,
DEC. 7m ,
and aa we have adjusted all losses with
ho insuranca companies , wo offer the
ntire lot at
Reductions of $15 , ? 10 , So , S3 on
garment ; while some are reduced even
nero yet. The figures below will be
ound a true and not over-stated tjble
of the reductions :
THEY WILL BE FOUND IN OUR
CLOAK ROOM , SECOND STORY
All marled in plain fijuret.
Dolmans thst Tore 840 now 25 ,
Dolmans that were 530 now $20.
Doltiiahs that were $20 now § 13.
Dolmans that were $18 now 812.
Dolmans that were $12 now 8.
Cloaks that " -'era 25 now $19.
OJoaVs tha : were $20 now $14.
Cloiks that were $16 now $11.
Cloaks that were $15 now $10.
Clonks that v/cra $12 now $ D.
CWkj ( hat were $8 now -5.
Cloaks that were 4 50 now $3.
We call attention to our stock of
Handkerchiefs , cerlainly the hnest
thonrn in the west ; we have every
thing from the Child's Handkerchief
at lOc to the .elegant Embroidered
Lawn and Doavy Silk Muffler , at rea
SILKS , BLACK SILKS !
"Wo call ttcntlon of those con-
tcmplating a rich and- useful present
to our very cheap stock of
Pure Caahmcro Finish Griffon Silk
at $1.45 , equally as fine and good
quality as that being sold chowhero
Our 21-inch Cashmere Griffon Silk
at $1.75 will be found as good ati that
cold elsewhere at ? 2 5.
? i-inch Gaahmero Aloxandre Silk at
$2.45 wo put in competition with any
$3.00 silk in Omaha.
21-inch Ueshinurc Alexandra at
$3.10 ono of th ° ba = t niado , and far
superior to any oversold in Omaha at
6350 and $4.00.
Remember wo will save you from
$5.00 to $10.00 on aailk dross.
AH Sills warr-intcd to wear without
Wo arc buying all goods direct frttn
manufacturer- , paying cash down ,
and rm'o our cus'fnrrs iho bcucfn of
low pricrs thus obtained.
S. P. MOUSE & Co. ,
ISlfl Faruhom street.
500 MEN'S' , BOYS'AND COIL
DREN'S 0\rERCOATS AND ULS
TERS TO BE CLOSED OUTRE
CARD LESS 0 ? COST , AT POL-
Fromajo ; do I ) , "e , at Pundt's.
Dick DAVIS , of < ha notorious Davis
Frtinily , was sent up for sixteen days ,
3y Judge Ilatft-3 yesterday , for
at his siBtor-in-lau-
striking - - hitting
tier baby. He was drunk at the time ,
as ho admits , and the Judge remarked
that he would put him where he would
not trouble the city during the holi
A wedo , from > Burt county , who
came to America last Juno , was given
$3 and coats for getting drunk , and
scut to jail in default of payment.
Phillips and Rosey , accused ol
alchcl stealing , were committed in
default of $300 bail each , Wednesday ,
Chr.a , Poteraon , arrested for taking
back some tools ho had given a bill oi
sale for , wai ordered to return the
tools aud pay $1 and costs.
W. H. Richards , the missing water
works foreman , was found Wednesday
at an assignation house on Jack
son street by Officers Ford aud Jacobson -
son , who intercepted a note to his
wifo. Ho was arrested and put in the
county jail , where ho will bo held un
til District Attorney Ferguson
looks up the law in hia
case. The time checks were
all issued for small cnms , and alone
would not bo sullicicnt to send him
to the slate's.prison. A ? to whether
they can bo bunched and considered
as ono case of-systematic fraud there
ia a serious qucstfon. Ho will likely
bo hold to awnit the action of the grand
A woman had her pocket-hook
stolen by a thiot in the postoffice door
Mike Galligan ia still in the city
jail , nnable to anpcar in court for
The old plan of palling up notices
in depots and waiting rooms , warning
passengers to "bowaro of thieves ,
pick-pockets and confidence men , "
should again bo resorted to , as the
rogues arc gottinj * in their work too
often entirely. The Council Bluffs
Globe tells ot a bold trick which was
played at tholranaferdcpofWednesday
morning. "As the mail train on the
Northwestern road pulled out a confi
dence maa presented a check to a one-
armed passenger and asked him if he
could cash it. 'I have some stock on
the train , ' said 'old confidence , ' 'and
the company requires mo to pay the
charges $35. ' Ho presented a
check on a Council Bluffa bank to the
one-armed passenger , and asked him
to advance him the money on it. Like
a foal , that 'ho was , he pulled his
pocket book and advanced the sum
demanded. As teen as "Old Confi
dence" got his swag ho jumped the
train which was then near the Power
building and has not baen seen or
heard of sinca. "
Have you seen goods at Kurtz's.
_ _ _ _ o
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
WHITNEY'S. * ? >
California Pears , Fiutna , Grapes ,
stc. , 6t Tizard'a Palace. o2J-t
GRAND COMBINATION SALE.
Cloaka reduced from $35 to $23.00
. " " " SO to 2000
' " " 25 to 18.00
" " " 20
" " " 15 to 10.00
POSITIVE SALE TO CLOSE ]
At KuKs's , At Kurtz's ,
At Kurtz's , At Kurtz's.
Dohlmana reduced from $45 to $32.00
11 " " 35
" " " 25 to 15.00
" " " 15 to 10.00
at Kurtz's , at Kurtz's ,
at Kurtz's , at Kurtz's.
SEE Handkerchiefs ,
ASK for Hosiery ,
LOOK at Nubias ,
INSPECT Underwear ,
EXAMINE Lace Scarfs ,
INQUIRE TOR Fine Fans.
COME IN THE MORNING ,
COME IN THE MOKNIN" ,
THE GREAT RIBBON SALE !
Continued this week.
Kurtz's Store , Creighton Block. j
Crystalized Apricots at Pundl'e.
VVANTED Ono or two mules to
draw Whipple , McMillon & Co.'a ad
vertising wagon. Apply at the jewelry
store , Creighton block , 15th street.
Just received another carload oL
Hannibal Eigld Mill ? Flour. All.
orders for the same will bo hllod to
morrow. WlLLH M. T.iTEi3.
Do not forget the largest and moat
reliable jewelry house in Omaha ,
corner Thirteenth and Douglas streets j
goods far bcttbr , aud prices lower than
Iho average. All goods marked in
plain figures , and received the six
first premiums at the state fair for
superior workmanship. Fine goods ;
aeo our own importation of precious
atones , etc. , etc.
Yours truly ,
th-sat A. B. HUBERMANN.
Imported Rhine wino , my own im
portation. Houry Pundt.
Help For The MartyrS.
The meeting alJClark'aHal'Wedncs-
day , in reponso to Iho call fpub-
liahed in TUB BEE , waa largely at
tended by an audience of ladies and
gentlemen , all enthusiastic friends of
down-trodden Ireland , and with
hearts filled with sympathy for its suf
fering sons and daughters.
The meeting was called io order by
Hon. John Rush , and Mayor Chase
was unanimously called to the chair.in
assuming which position he made a brief
and forcible statement of the meriln nf
the Irish people and said that Omaha
and this state had already extended a
helping hand more than once and
would noon bo heard from again. His
remarks were frequently endorsed by
applause and made sn excellent in
troduction for the enthujiasticspecches
John Rush and John Groves wore
chosen to act as secretaries , the form
er reading the appeal or call published
with the fcignatures of Iho clergy aud
promihcut citizens of Omaha. Ho
accompanied this with an address in
which he sid "nil that Ireland asks
ia that they who till the soil shall own
it. " To further this end the Land
League has been formed with the
rcsulc known to all.
Secretary Groves read the following
dispatch , which was received with ap
M. Donovan , Crcighton hous : , Omaha :
Cuming county sends greeting to
Omaha to-night. God save Ireland !
Wo have been waiting for Omaha to
move. A land league will be formed
here Saturday. God bh3 your ef
forts. P. F. SULLIVAN ,
General G. M. O'Brien made a
strong and eloquent speech in re
sponse to repeated calls , after which
M. Donovan , E < q. , was chosen treas
urer of the meeting.
The money contributed being for
supporting the cause represented by
Parnell aud others of the land league ,
u the courts , Mr. Donovan
suggested that those who were willing
to contribute a stated sum monthly ,
should signify it by holding up their
lands. The prosecutors have retained
the ablest lawyers they cn hnd , and
much money perhaps § 50,000 will
bo required to properly defend the
eader * . Upon the call for the show
of hands every hand in the room was
The total money donations footed
up § 309 and quite a largo sum was
contributed in the way of monthly
pledges to bo continued as long as the
Speeches were made by Thomas
Swift and Rev's. Williams aud Jennott
and a land league was organized with
73 members , M. Donovan being
elected temporary president aud John
Rush temporary secretary.
A meeting is to be heldjat tho.same
place next Wednesday night to perfect
Paper Shell Almonds , at Pundt's.
The only Cyclopedia published giv
ing maps after Gay's Atlas and pro
nunciation , ia Zclls condensed Cycle
Do you trading at Kurtz's.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS AT
No parent having the welfare of
hiliren at heart , should permit
themselves to bo without Zells con
densed Cyclopedia. 10 Gt
For Sale Sixhorsepower Baxter
engine and boiler , In good repair.
Apply at BEE oftic . no4tf
GENTS NECK SCARFS and
L. B. WILLIAMS it Soss.
Rod Chaapaigne , something now
and flue , at Pundt'a.
Exlra Selects. 35.
Standards , 25 ,
Medium , 20.
Every one Guaranteed.
LITTLE & : WILLIAMS ,
dec5-3t 1413 Douglas St.
Always freairUjiYera at Tizzard's t
CHRIS EMAS SLIPPERS AT
WHITNEY'S. . ; ?
Neufcb'atell Cheese , at Pundt's ,
A Vast Mass of Business Facts
for the Trade Beview A
Full Corps of Reporters
Omaha's Business HousesResi
dences and Factories Hand
somely Illustrated 4-
The success attending our work
upon the Annual Revlew'for 1881 , is
without a precedent. Many are advertising -
vertising in this supplement that have
never patronized it before , and old
patrons are almost nniveroally in
creasing their orders.
The outlay upon this work can be
realized when we state , that an able
assistant has boenomployed very bnaily
for five days , in gatheringinformation
whicn we condense into an inch space
in oho Column.
The trade , manufactures , improve
ments , societies and ( rovernmenfc of
our city , will have a correct and full
: epresoatallcnj as it noweiifits , in Ihp
orthcoming. We extend to every
udividual a special invitation tu con-
ribute to the information we seeker
or , and thereby benefit Omaha and
onfer a favor upon up. , Call at THE ,
> EL Office and tell us what you have
lone during the year , so that your
inures will swell the grand totals that
will indicate Omaha's wonderful pro-
The canvass has already secured
or this * year's supplement an
drertinlnc patroliago far in excess of
iny preceding year , but as there crO
inna yet unrepresented iri that do-
) artm'outwe hqpo ttiat so many ils wiah
o avail themselves of the opportunity
or securing space in the most widely
and universally circulated publication
ver issued in this state ; will do so
vow , .13 t jo time for closing our col
umns is at hand , and Mr. Pierce will
icon bo obliged to go on to Milwau-
: oe to superintend the artistic work.
A postal card to J. H. Pierce at the
Jrefghton house or a line left at THE
3KK ollico is all that is necessary.
AT IT AGAIN.
Phillip Linp , the Farnham street
> oot and shoo dealer , wishes to inform
iia customers that he is still doing
jusiness , and ready at any and all
imes to see his friends and give them
ho best bargains in boots , shoos and
Uppers of any one in the city. Ho
was inconvenienced somewhat by the
recent fire , but did not lese any of hia
Etock. lie has some goods that were
fclightly damaged by the firej which he
ll sell at reduced pricea. Give him
a call and ho will give you good bar-
; ain3. PUILLIP LAND ,
dIGIS 1317 Farnham street.
Holiday goods at Kurtz.
Whipple , McMillen & Co. , the
owelers , are olill ahead an'd have just
opehcd anolhor choice lot of elegant
iresoiH3at Creighton block , Fifteenth
Huidsick Champaigne , at Pundt's.
An appropriate Christmas present ,
one of Frederick's Eltgant Robes or
ono "of his Extra Seal Caps.
Zells Condensed Cyclopedia.
An abridged library and universal
reference book , is at present being
introduced to our citizens. It is
worthy of yourattontion. 10-Gt
Gents' fine Furnishing Goods , at
the Omaha Shirt Factory. 'd5tf
COMIC TIN TYPES !
3omoind see them , just the thing for
New Year , eight now designs at Grand
Central Gallery , 212 Sixteenth St.
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS "AT
Crystalized Pears , at Pundts.-
FURS1 FURS ! ! FURS ! ! !
Ladies' and gents' fur goods of every
ory description at the Fur Manufac
tory , opposite pcstoffice , Omaha. All
Roods are warranted.
HEKRY G. RICHTER , Farrier.
It pays to trade at Kurtz's.
GENTS SILK SUSPENDERSat
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS.
An Error of the Friuter.
The notice in THE BEE of last evening
ing , signed by W. M. Yatec , that he
was selling Mann & Harvey 0. K.
Flour at § 2.40 per sack. This Mr.
Yates says is a misprint , and that h
is not selling the 0. K. flour at a low
cr rate than that fixed by the trade.
JAMES FKAKCE ,
Agent for Mann & Harvey's
0. K. Flour.
Mens' and ladies' slippers , just ar
rived , at Fullricde's , near 13th and
Do your shopping at Kurtz's.
J. F. Sawyer wishes to announce to
his friends and old cuatomers that ho
may bo found , as heretofore , at 1314
Farnham street , where ho will be glad
to show them the best selected stock
of Watches , Clocks , JewelrySpectacles
and Silverware at prices that defy
Strangers visit Kurtz's.
WHEAT HAS FALLEN.
Hannibil Eiglo Mills Flour , S3.35.
Mann & Harvey's OK Flour § 2.65 ,
Minnesota Flour $4.35.
WILLIS M. YATES.
Cook's Imperial , at Pundt's.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS it
L. B. WILLIAMS & SOKS.
A Fine line of samples of New
Year Cards at TUB BEE Job Room.
Call in time and-leave your orders.
Real Estate Transfers.
Albert M. Henry to Ralph E. Gaylord -
lord , w. d. , lot , 3 , block 2 , Henry
Shelton'aadd. , Omaha , § 1450.
, Herman Teckenscher and wife to
Margaret M. McCagne , w. d. , 3 15 16
t in nw - , * nwl sec. 8,1.15 , r. 13 e
Frederick F. Springer to Carrie
Shinn , w. d. , lot 16 , block 1 , Arm
strong's add. , Omaha § 1,000.
Wm. Haycock to Andriw Swan , w.
d. , sw J s. 28 , tp. 16 , r. 11 e § 2,000.
Call at the BEE job rooms and ex
amine something nice in the way of
Fine Papetries , suitable for invita
tions to weddings , balls , private mas
querade parties , sociables and con
( Tiffanys of the West. )
Have completed tlieir pre
parations for the approaching
preaching Holidays , and
suggest that an early ex
amination of their stock
will enable purchasers to
secure the choicest selec
tions , and escape the
crowds unavoidable later
iu the month.
Until Christinas , the es
tablishment will be kept
open in the evenings.
JOTCSdrorfscrasnta To Let For Sale'
Lost , found , Wj.rtts. EOsruillr c. , V7lll fcd Inserted -
sorted In thrao colnsnna once for TEN CENTS
p r line ; cash aubsoqtwntlnaortlon.FIVE CENTS
per lino. Tba flist Insertion never lose than
* AAA T0 LOAN AtS ] > ercciit Intel
OU.UUU t , n euna of $20COan < l u p-
w.irJs for 1 to 6 years' time on first clasa hnvrov
ed city anil farm property. Apply at i'HHIS
Heal fotato and LoanAgency , 15th ami Uoiixlaa
OUST ( io JiOay PMI t L W oases *
M I ) . L. Y1IO11ABKoom8.O.-f.tfriUm lilock _
,1'ONKY TO liOAW 1108 rarnLuii atreot.
M Dr. E-JwsnliT Loin Agency. uv-22 tf
CJITUA'IION tf'ANTED By jonnp nnn In any
fj caiucity. town or country < ' ( goc'l adilr tt.
Wages low. 1IE.MIY KEIlRIsON , I'maha. tC 17
/ IRL V/AMED IVr Rcncial hciiicwork , at
VJT tlie Candy II 1I , 1113 Dousloa " street , near
15th street. S7-TO
' . WANTED tor general housi-wuk , at
G'UI. Harncy street , one duoreait cf 1C u St.
: iinCE IXY ) WANTED At the Omaha
t\ Shirt 1'aotory Laundry. 8-i7
A stout boy about 15 or
WASTED Ko. 215 South Ulh St. 76-tt
"TTTANTED A good Rlrl aoout II ycara olJ.
W to assist in taking care of an infaut , and
do errands. References required. Arply at
1415 Farnham street. tO-13
Tvn pirls fcr housework. En-
( | uire at 1C18 , Chicago street. 63-10 _
WANTED A Dinias room waiter. Apply
at tnis ollicc 74-15
A firet-chsi boot and shoo ma
ker , works on pegged and sewed work.
Pat Clinc , Brownvillc , Neb. Omaha's vages
Second-hand Marble Mnntleand
WANTED complete. AddrcM "C. " 1S31 43-16
EOOM 1IATE AVAOTED-Addrcss J. H. P. ,
Bee office , 43-tt
IANTEn Apocdhnuje-kccrcr , 1109 Fjrn
hamstrcc' , ui taira. 32-tf
IT7 ANTED Knj > loymcnt Corhorde nndrason. .
YV E. A. 1IARUIS3 , IGth aaii Nicho'as St3.
\-\TANTED-AH Omaha Know that the
VVKor > l S-t. Jonn Is the Kisoof Simlng
Machines office on l .th St. 849f
S < 13 Ufi'J.
RENT A nlcel } furnhhcd trout room ,
FOK floor. Enquire at 1415 Howard street , ,
bet. 14th and 13th Sts. 85-16
TilOR P.F.IjT Furnished fnoaiS with board ,
Jj east aid 20ti.tet. ! Chicago midCa.'a 82-18
T > OOMS TO RG > T and wrt of stoic. Next to
JAi tleo Office. W. EVEUETC. 5316
KENT House in Stmll'8 2nd addition ,
FOIt 5 per month. W. SIMEIIAL , ro".u 6 ,
Cro'chlon ' K'ock. S03-tf
17(011 ( KENT A furnished , suilii fionl room
r Inqniro at Nu. 1012 b'arnham St. E8t-
RENT Cottage , on 5th and Pine SU ,
FOll house , eight ri > om3on3dartl OwsSts
Enquire J. V. Hoe , S. E. Cor. 12th and Farn-
RENT 2 furnished rooms over Mer
chants Exchange , N. E. Cor. 16th and
Dodtre ptrceti. 'J89-tf
. , HOUSES AND LANDS. Lee
LOTS.FABMS ' new column of bargains on Is
SALE-A PAROAIN-A bui'dinsr with
Ba'oon fixtures , furniture and ? tock , on 10 111
bt. , opposite the U. P. depot , forsaic very cl.rup.
Or the fixture ! , furniture and Etock nil ! be sold
nnd building rented. Inquire of Eu. K"ESS- (
T7IOKSAI.E Small tubular boiler and stack.
Roddi8 & Thrall. 53-17
"TJIOR SALE Business house and ftroceryFtock ,
U Restaurant attached. Address R. Chiffln ,
Aurora , Neb. 0-lm
FOR CALE Two close carrlajres , at A. J.
OFFERS A SPLENDID LIST O
Rarsalng In Home ! ) , Lots , Farms an
Landa. in his now column on 1st pace
171 It SALE Cottouwooa lumiicr of all elrca.ot
r REnilO.VD'S.Sixtcenth-st. 516-t
KISC ILAM OUS-
" 1710UND A yellow Irish setter do uilh 'cath-
Ij crbeltandJ H McNeil inscribed tbcreon.
Owner can have the same by calling at my p'ac > i
and payin ; charj. * ! } . OWEN CONLEY , Cali/or'
nia ht. , bctweca 12lh and 13th. 80-tf
TTlSCArED From my enclosure , one brown
Hi pony about 3 years old with sore on back.
A suitable reward will ba mid for bis rotu > n to
JOEL T. GIUFFEN. 77-18
Red and white cow about 7 years
STRAYED suitable reward will be pild for her
return to N. 1IANSEN , Commercial hottl. S. E ,
cor. Oth and Leavenerth. . 78-16
T OTS , FARMS , HOUSES AND LANDS Look
LJ oy er BEJIia' ncw column of bargains on Is'
HILL'S MANUAL NOTICE :
R. S. 1'EALE , of Council Bluffs , Iowa , is no
Innecr General Agent for the sib of HILL'S
MANUAL OF SOCIAL AND BUSINESS
FORlIs. We having terminated his agency for
eood and sufficient reasons ; anJ wo hereby
CAUTION the publicajainst bc'n Imposed up
on , by un crupuluut mn , who attempt to "iulm
off' a SPURIOUS work on tilt-in instead of
"Hill's Manual , " the boofe they want or sub
scribed for. MOSES WARREN & CO. , Publish
era of Hill's Manual , 103 Stata St. , Chicago
Nov. Gth. 1SSO. 19-17
POUND In North Omaba , a epotted calf abou
tuoorthrca diya old. Owner cm hive
same by calling at North Western brewery
Cuniing street , and j-ayin ? for this not'co. Sl-1' '
Absolutely Pure ,
Hide from Grape Cream Tartar. No othe
preparation makea such lizht , fUky hot breacu
or luxurious pastry. Can be eaten by dys eptica
without fear of the ills resulting from ho'in
bold only in cans bv all Orocen.
HoriL HAHI oPOTTDItR CO. Ve
A. W. NiSON.
3D 3H 3ST TS 1 ? ,
QUICK .fa.-ob's B cV , corz.it CipitolJAvc. am
Uth Street , Oraiha , Neb.
ONE MILLION ACRES
EASTERN NEBRASKA ,
S2 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
Colonies in all the best
Counties in the State ,
80,000 acres scattered
A large number of Improved
Farms in Nebraska , many 01
thorn near Omaha , $12 to $40
per acre ,
An Immense List .of
CITY PROPERTY ,
Consisting of Elegant Resi
dences from $3,000 to $20-
300. Many vacant lots in
; he additions to Omaha.
Hundreds of lots scattered
ihrough the City. Houses and
jots , Business Houses and
jots , and all kinds of Cisy
We also have
MONEY TO LOAN
on Improved Farms in Dong
as County , on 5 years time , at
10 percent , interest to all who
can show good titles.
Maps for 2 > onglas and Sarpy
oiuitics for safe ,
4 beautiful Iota fronting south In Isaac &
Selden'sdo. for $460 half cash.
House and lot , 22d and Dodge 9 3,000
House and lot near Browncll Hall 2,100
fwo new houses and full lot , rents for
New brick house , 21x25,1J story , with 3
[ louse and lot Webster st 1,500
Larze house and come riot 6,000
Large house , full lot. California eti ( 4,000
Residence and 4 full lots , St. Mary1 ! are. . 5,600
House and small lot , south of depot 050
Houac and smill lot , south of depot 035
Resi Icnco propeity , Kountze and Kuth'a
Fine residence property 10,000
House and lot , 22d and Harner 1.800
House anil lot , Nelson's addition 2,700
House and lot Shlnn's addition 1,600
KesiJtnceand corner lot 3,005
Rctldcnco ( cash ) 7,500
House and one-half lot 1,65C
Three houses and corner lot. . . . 7,500
Residence and corner lot. . . . 7,500
House and 60 feet front , I6th street 3,700
Lar c house ndcorner lot. . . . 6,500
Residence and three lota 6,500
Two house and earner two-thirds of cor
ner lot 1,100
Ilousa and small lot , Cass street 2,1 CC
Hause and lot , 27th near Farnham l.OOT
Brick house and comer lot 1,300
Small house and full lot , Cuminjrs st 2,3 : , (
House and lot , 23d Etreet 3,201
House and full lot , worth f 1,000 for. 5,501
Fine brick residence 1,501
Brick residence 5,65 (
Houja and corner lot 1,551
New two-story house and comer lot 4,2W
Residence ana full lot , Farnham s : 5MX
House and one acre , 18th street 3.0QC
lions. ] and half lot , . 18th street 2,2flO
House and lot , Shlnn's addition 1,00
House and half lot , Cass strret 1,1W
House and bull lot , Caaj Street 1,45
Residence and two lota , Capitol Hill 7,00 *
Elczant brick residence 2 full lots 15,50
Finest residence in the city 16,00
Rcs'dcnco property 17,00
Rcsiden o property 17,50
House and lot , Sbinn'a addition 1.2CK
House and lot , Shinn'a addition 1,500
Howe and lot , 26th and Firnham 1,401
llouso and lot. 27th and Douglas $37
Home and full lot , Izardet l,7f
New house and 1 } lot , . 2,20 (
Residence property 7tO
Residence property , very fine 13,50
Uouscand lot , Horbach'a addition. . . . . . . 1,50
Residence , Farnham gt 6,00
Homo uid } lot 1 block from Court
House and J lot 1 block from Court
House and comer lot 2blocks from Court
House and 1 .t , Nicholas street 1.000
House and 1 acre , discs' addition E4i
House andlot , llth stree ! Do <
Lare building and six lots , 1 mile out. . . 4,000
House and lot on Davenport 3,601
Home and J lot , near depot 1,500
House and f lot , near depot BOI
House and lot , South Avenue. . . . . . 1,000
Soue and lot , Shinn'a addition 1,600
Residence , Kountze and RuthVadd. . . . . 2,60 (
Residence property , Kountze and Ruth's
Residence prcperty , south part cf torn. . 2,5C (
House and J lot , Webster et 2,700
Horse and 5 acres at namclcs 7C
House and lot , Armstrong's addit'n 1,00
Home and lot , South 12 st 650
House and lot , Eoantze and Ruth's ad
Residence and } lot 2,701
Home and lot , 16th et 3,500
Boggs & Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
1408 Farn , St. , Omaha ,
' " *
IT' ! <
Immense Stock for
Men's Suits ,
for Men ,
Boys , and
Under-lYcar , Hats and Caps ,
Trunks and Valises , at
Prices to Suit All. "
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
" M ' M H ?
MARHOFFS TRUNK FACTORY.
The largest and beat , assortment ef
Trunks and Valises in the West. Telescopic Cases
and Sample Trunks a Specialty.
H , H. 1WJHOFF , - - PHOP. ,
117 14th St. . floors North of DongTa * St.
ORCHARD & BEAN. |
CT aJEiS3S3r37JS ! I
DEWEY & STOHE ,
GUNS , AMMUHiTSON , SPORTING GOODS , I
Fishing Tackle , Base Balls and a full line oi'
USTQTIOICTS JSTD .C3Sr2r C3-OOJDS
A GRATIFYING FACT THAT THE
mTE8EWIHC ! MACHINE
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 in
tegrity , and purchasers are always satisfied ,
because they find everything just as repres
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.
JOHN ZEHRUNO ,
Cor. Davenport and 15Hi Sts. " Omaha. I
Has tha exclusive sale of the
The Gold Coin is this season the favorite 9f Chicago , is pref er-
ed above all other Stoves , comes both plain and hilghly orna
mented , has the new patent grate and flre-pott hat will out wear
half dozen of any other. The Gold Coin weighs more by fllty IDS.
than any other Stove of its size in the market , and is , therefore ,
more durable than any other Stove , is strictly warranted in every
respect , ic requires no salesman to saJ ) * * as city reference sells
without trouble. Cor. 10th and Jackson.