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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1880)
THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY MORNETO- , DECEMBER 20 , 1880.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
New Yorfc'Money and Stocks.
JWau. SIMM , December 18.
. Money At 3 per cent on call
A-JExcbu e Mrm at $479 } @ * S2J.
TJ. 8 6'B ' 81 1 Mi 0S. . 4' " > - 1
U. 8. 6'8 1 Mi Cojrencyffs 1V
U. & 4J' 1 111 S 6s.60 .IK
Following are the 1 p. m. prices :
A&P S4 8t P.&O 4 !
American Union 7 I. M *
Canada Southern 79 L cka wanna lOi
CC & 1 211 Hudson Can * ! 9
Nortbweetern 125J Adwns 11 !
. . . 8 American 4
SUPaul C. C. SI.C 1148 * Erie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . !
B & O . } St. Joe Preferred. . 9 :
. . . .i I o .
Beading 51 $ * &N K
Om ha 04J L S 12
CentralPac 84 ? M & E 11
Union Pacific pfd. . 648 K&T 4
Manhattan. . . . . . . 46 N Y E 12
Pacific M.il 53J W D. . 8
. . . 4
Welle , Fargo 1'3 Wabaah.
RI . . . .136 Prelered 8
st. jov : : : : m Q&W. s
Prelerrcd 9i tf J C 8
The bank statement to-day is fa
orable. The following are the change
Loan * decreased 8586,600 , specie ii
creased $1.744,600 , legal vende
increased § 738,500 , deposits increase
§ 1,244,700 ; circulation decreasi
$108 500 , reserve increased § 2,171
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO , December 18.
"Wheat , corn and oats are stead
, provisions , and especially lard a
j firmer and higher ; stocks of lard a
light and the demand is increasiu
Wheat Firmer ; Si 00 for Decei
ber ; § 101f for January ; SI Oli i
February ; closing t § 1 Oli for I
comber ; 51 02J for January ; § 1 0
Corn Steady ; 38 c for Januai
39 o for February ; 43gc for Mt
closing at 39c for February ; 44c :
Hay.Oats 30fc for January ; 31c
February ; 35@35c fur May.
Rye Sales at 87c for cash and 1
cember ; 87 c for January ; 88 c
Barley 110 bid for cash ; § 1
Lard Firmer and higher ; Janua
§ 8 608 62 ; Febrnray , 58 728 '
March , § 8 85 asked.
Short Riba January sold at § 6
February , 56 75@6 77 * ; March6 I
Pork Janutry Bold at 513
February , § 13 28@13 29J ; Man
$13 40@13 42 .
Whisky Lower at § 111.
New York Produce Market.
NEW YOKE , December 18
Flour Strongly m buyers' fav
receipts 18,543 ; round hoop Oh
54 40@5 00 ; choice do , § 5 b5@G
superfine western , $3 80@5 95 ; cc
mon to good extra do , § 4 30@5
choice do , § 5 05@6 75 ; choice wl
wheat do , § 510@600.
Butter Steadier and quiet ; 01
Eggs Western , firm at 2632
fair to choice.
Wheat Qaiet ; Chicago , § 1 1
1 18 ; Milwaukee , § 1 19@1 20 ; 1
2 red winter , § 1 18 ; sales 4C
Corn Quiet ; No. 2 , at 58J@58
Lard § 8.97 asked for cash ; § 8
asked for December ; § 9 00@9 02i
Janniry ; § 910912 for Februa
59 20 for Maich ; § 9 27i " for Ap
§ 8 90 buyer for the year.
CnlcsRO Live Stock Mai-net.
CHICAGO , December 18
Hoga Receipts , 15,000 ; mar
active and firm at an advance of 5@1
Bales ranged at § 4 50@4 70
lipbt packing ; $4 50@4 80 for mi :
packing ; $4 85@5 10 for heavy pa
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle Dull ; with the liberal
coipta of the past days of the w
the supply was in excess of the
mand , and prices declined 10@15c
closing figures of Thursday last ; a :
ales of Montana and choice stc
were made to a shipper at 53 25@4
bat for other grades the market
St. Louis Produce Mar set.
ST. Louis , December 18
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Dull andlower ; S102 @ ]
for January ; § 1 05 @ 1 04 for F
ruary ; § 1071,06 lor March ; § 1
@ 107i for April ; No. 3 do 98@98
Corn About steady at 39c
cash ; 40 c for December ; 40J@4oJc
January ; 4C s for February ; 41 J4
for March ; 42J@42jj@43Jc fur May
Oats Lower at 31i@32o for ca
32j@32c for January" ; 33j@33c
Rye Slow at 85c bid.
Butter Lower ; dairy , 2025.
Eggs Steady at 28 x
Whisky Quiet at § 111.
Pork Firm at § 13 25 asked
cash ; § 13 10 for January ; § 13 I
Dry Salt Meats Nominal.
Lard Higher at § 8 35@8 40.
Receipts Flour , 7,000 bblsjwh
13,000 bu. ; corn , 138,000 ; cats , 9,0
rye , none ; barley , 16,000.
Shipments Flour , 10,000 bi
wheat , 3,000 bu ; corn , 58,0i
oats , none ; rye , none ; barley , no :
St. Louis Live atock Market.
Sr. Louis. December 18
Hogs Steady ; light , § 400@4 1
packing , § 4 35@4 65 ; butchers'
fancy , § 4 654 85 ; receipts , 2 ]
head ; shipments , 1600.
Undoubtedly the best shirt m t
United States is manufactured at 1
Omaha Shirt Factory. The superior
of Material and workmanship , co
Dined with their great improvemen
that IB Reinforced fronts , Relnforc
backs and Reinforced sleeves , ma )
their shirt the most durable and b
fitting garment of the kind , e\
manufactured at the wjderate price
§ 1.50. Every shirt of our make
guaranteed first-class and vrill refu
the money if found otherwise *
We make a specialty of all wo
Shaker , and Canton flannel , al
chemois underwear , made up with
view to comfort , warmth and durab
ity. To invalids and , weak-lung
persons we offer special inducemei
in the manner these goods are ma
for their protection.
PH. GOTTHEIMEK ,
The Peoole Generally in Fa
vor of a Split.
Magnificent Wheat Lands-
Ine City of Tankton.
Correspondence of Tns But.
YANKTON , D. T. , December 16-
) akota is the largest of all the terr :
ories and has a population of on
mndred and fifty thousand person
n round numbers ; two-thirds <
whom live south of the propone
dividing line. I have canvassed th
tone of the papers and political me
'rom all sections of the territory an
ind a large majority in favor of dii
sionand , all are in favor of the admi
sion of the whole or the southern pa :
as a state by the present congres
The Black Hills papers favor the pr <
posed division and the admission i
the southern part as a 6tat
From individuals , however , I fin
that they would prefer being separate
From Dakota and organized indepem
ently , if any hope existed for the
acquiring sufficient population in ti
near future to demand recognitioi
It is not improbable that Dakota m ;
form four states some day. It hi
sufficient area and resources for t >
millions of people. Before the pre
ent generation passes from the scei
ot action , it will probably be peopli
by not less than four millions.
Ti.e Dakota prairies make excelle
wheat fields , the average yield tl
year being thirty bushels per aci
Mr. Steele , who has the largest fat
in the territory , reports an average
36 bushels of wheat per acre. I ha
seen no rough bluff land in southeai
era Dakota , and am informed th
both the bottom and table lands a
very productive ; oats , corn , rye , bi
ley and potatoes were also raited wi
encouraging success. The lat
streams of southern Dakota , east
the Missouri river , run almost dire
ly south. The James , Vermillic
and Sioux are the principal on
They are well confined by banks tl
are covered to the water's ec
by grass or brush , and in tl
stand in sttong contrast with 1
Pintle , Loup and Republican , whi
are harassed , obstructed and divert
from natural courses by stnd-bars
every mile of their lengths. Sn
the discovery of coal at Ponca , c
companies re organizing in ev <
town on both aides of the river , fr
Sioux City up , and the one organi :
hare will commence the search
once. The expression of Profesi
Aughey that to the northwest
Ponca coal would be found nearer i
surface gives ereat encouragement
the people of Yankton.
Yanktun is a beautiful and ent
prising city of nearly 4,000 peep
The buildings are mosdy of br ;
along the business streets , and thi
are also many brick dwellings. Co
wood and corn are all used as fu
The heavy fur coat occasionally se
in Nebraska is required to compl
the full dress of a Dakota man. i
country people are mostly engaged
raising wheat. Some of th
have large herds of cattle a
soma are giving their whole atient-
to wool growing. There is no reas
Trby some enterprising men shot
not make a fortune by starting
woolen factory in Omaha. Alrea
the valleys of the Loup , Beaver , (
dar and Elkhurn are being w
stocked with sheep , besides the ma
flocks in the Republican valley and
the counties of Saunders , Gage , J
ferson and Thayer. The coal of (
Ponca fields may help to solve 1
problem of fuel for running the t
chinery , and Nebraska's wool can
manufactured in Omaha instead
being sent to Boston , Lowell s
Manchester , and then shipped rii
back to ns again in the form of clo
Miss Lizzie H. Bodwell has
turned from the east.
Mrs. Sarah J. Lewis and danghi
of Batavia , N. Y. , are visiting Mr.
P. "Vining's family , in this city.
Miss Maggie Boulter returned ho
from Fremont Saturday.
Mr. William Stephens , late
Stephens & Wilcox , this city , v
went to Mobarly , Mo , a few menage
ago for his health , is said to be ate
C. B. DeGroat has gone east
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Bennett hi
J. C. Rosenfeld nas returned tr
Denver , Col.
Bon. Henry Snyder , of i-idn
General J. M. Thayer , Church Hoi
Yic Bierbower and G. W. E Don
and wife , were among the promin
visitors in the city yesterday.
Miss Nellie Calhoun , a grand-ni
of Hon. John C. Calhoun , a ria
star In the theatrical horizon , wan
eatt bound passenger Saturday nig
She was accompanied by her moth
Archie Powell , went south 1
Hon. Geo. H. Jewett and wife ,
Sidney , are in tha city.
Milton Nobles and party pas :
east lust night en route to Des Moin
Joe E. Blake , the wholesale liqi
merchant , baa gone east to incre ;
Major-General Upton , U. S. i
was among the thorough passengi
Mrs. L. A. Phillips and Miss Lni
E. Swayne , of Lockport , N. Y. , t
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Philli
of this city.
Archie Hill , of Nebraska Gil
adopted son of Wm. E. Hill , and M
Ellen C. MaGee are visiting thi
sister , Mrs. Thos. Luhrop and the
father , Harry McGee , of this city.
0. T Taylor , agent for the Ni
York Life Insurance Co. , left f
Denver to-day , accompanied by I
wife and family , where they will r
main all winter.
Miss Katie Bullens , who has be
visiting the family of Dr. Graff , h
last evening for her home in Missoui
Rev. Mr. Gates , superintendent
missions , for the gregationi
church , was a west bound passtngc
Rev. E. H. E. Jameson , went wes
to-day to Wahoo. He will return i
time to enjoy the holidays with h
V. V. Came , general asent of tli
C. & N. W. railroad , at Denver , le
for Denver to day.
Mrs. Col. E. F. Smytho and daugl
ter left for Philadelphia to-day , to I
absent several weeks visiting friendi
J. W. Robbins , of The Inter-Ocaa
western bureau , left yesterday fc
Mrs W H. Remington has retrune
from passing ihe autumn inNewYoi
and the east.
Drowning of Ottie G. Page.
One of the saddest accidents v
have lately been called upon to recoi
happaned at Cut-off lake between
and 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Tl
unfortunate lad who lost his life w
Ottie G. Page , son of Mrs. E. !
Page , formerly of the City hotel , ai
was recently of the Plamers' hous
Ottie was about 14 years of age , ai
in his childhood lost hia hearing 1
reason of a serious spell of sickuee
For some time afterwards he cotiti
ned to use hia voice ana converse wi
his mother and others without jsiug
slate , but at length became virtual
a deaf-mute , and for the peat thr
years has been a pupil at the Dt
and Dumb institute , located abe
three miles northwest of this cit
Here he distinguished himself atnu
his fellows for hiu aptnfssupplicatic
and obedience to his teachers and t
regulations of thu institution , and v
considered by Prof. J. A. Gillesp
the superintendent , as his bright
On Saturday last , in accordai
with the custom of tne institution ,
number of the boys were given p
mission to be absent from the place
ae afternoon , some to go to the ci
ome to their homes , and others to
kating upon Cut-off lake. The I
atter were cautioned to be carei
and avoid air-holes and holes made
he ice cutters and being nine in uu
> erand including one or two , at le :
who had nearly grown to manho
no fears whatever were entertaii
or their safety. They left the in
; ution about 1 o'clock , and en rca
ng the lake all buckled on tt
skates except young Page , who 1
i ken none , but had his sled w
lim. The boys skated off in squa
eaving him standing near the b
IOUSB belonging to the Omaha Ba
ng club. Some of the boys ska
around the point of land to the up
mt of the lake , and these were s <
oinoa by the rest , the entire pa
Deing cut ofi from view of their cc
Between two and three o'clock 1U
Elaak , wife of the keeper of the b
louse , saw young Page standing
the ice near the hole cut in he
jy > he ice men. He had the sled r <
n his hand and was stooping-o
; nzing into the water , appbren
watching the fish , the water at t
point being clear as crystal.
turned to attend to some dome :
duty and five minutes later , on lot
ing out again observed that the 1
bad disappeared. Between these t
periods the tragedy undoubtedly
As evening approached the b
again assembled at the bath honsi
start home and Page was missi
They caw no signs of him and w
divided between the opinions that
had gone to Omaha , gone back al
to the institute and that he had b
drowned , and eventually went he
without making any search and
formed the superintendent. A coo
of the teachers came to town to
if Ottie had been here , but did
find him nor Mrs Page either , and
to yesterday morning were in don
as to his fate.
At 9 o'clock yesterday morning ]
F. E. Maynard came to the po
room and reported the absence of
boy , and Marshal Westerdahl detai
Officer Bellamy to aid in a sear
Chief Engineer Galligan gaveth
an order for some of the hooks fr
the "Pioneer" truck and they wen
the lake. Here they heard J !
Rask's story and her husband repor
having seen the boy with his e
when he came down. They wenl
the hole alluded to about twenty-1
rods from the shore , where hia B
and comforter were foundandlann
ing a boat in the opeu space , wh
was about thirty feet wide , they '
gan the search for the body , wh
was finally seen by Officer Bellau
lying on the bottom , in about five f
of water , and was by him drawn <
with'a hook , and with assistance
ken to the shore , where it was put
the institute carriage and brouj
down to Corner Jacobs.
At 4 o'clock last evening a core
er'a jury was impannelled , consiati
of Geo. H. Homan , John J. Galligt
W. H. Kent. Wm. Neligh , A.
Coombs * and Henry Gerkey , and t
testimony of Superintendent Gill
pie , F. E. Maynard , L. L. Raaka
wife , Clarence Stafford and F.
Reed , waa taken , which was in ;
cordance with the facts above give
Mr. and Sirs. Rask were unable
speak English well and Mr. Staffo
was a mute and their teatimony n
obtained through interpreters , il
E. 0. L. Edholm , ofTheNebras
Staats Ai'zeiger , interpreting for th
Swedish couple and Supermdent Gil
lispia in the language of signs. .
verdict was found as it only could b
The news hsd been broken to th
boy's mother aftar he finding of tt
body , but she wja not present , hai
ing gone out to the institute in th
forenoon. She had but a few daj
ago returned to town after a visit t
her eon aud as she was not keepic
house and the Institute was really th
lad'a home , it was properly decide
that his funeral should take place i
the presence of his school fellows , tl
hour set being 2 o'clock this afternooi
The wedding of Mr William I
Bay and Miss Lizzie H. Whltehoui
was c lebrated Wednesday evening
December 15th , at the residence i
Mrs. W. J. Whitehuuae , in Norl
Dmaha , Rev. John Willlims , i
St. B irnabas , officiating. A nnmbi
of friends witnessed the ceremon ;
and many valuable gifts were pr
ented , among which were the folloi
ng : Cut glass toilet sot , Mr. and Mr
Fred Trott ; alarm clock , Walter ar
Virginia Sanford ; pair of perfun
Ditchers , Wallace Parriah , toilet mat
Mrs. Wm. Picering ; set of silv
tea-spoons , Mary Covion ; alarm cloc
Marshal Westerdahl and wife , pair
rosewood brackets , Annie Litey ; pa
of vases , Nellie Munt on ; pair of la
vaaes , Mr. and Mn. Win. Brown ; i
painting , drawing and easel , Char ]
Hogle1 ; pair of tidies , Tillie a
Louise Krerzer ; boquet and holdi
Mrs. Krenzer ; stationery , "Tr
Friends , " Frank Goodrich ; silk a
velvet tidy , crewel work , Mrs. E A
gell ; damask table cloth and napkii
Gussie Johnson ; set of white chi
diflhea , moss rose design , hand pai
ed , W. J. Whltehouse ; set of napki
C. 0. Field ; table cloth and napki
S. K. Jackson ; china cups and si
cers , Ed. and Nettie Gewinner ; &
lace scarf and bow , Nettie Tenne
ebony card case and cards , Alice L
breakfast set of cut glass dishes , G
tioSheppard ; cedar table mats , Ju
Turtle ; pair of napkin rings , F
Picken ; set of silver tea spoons , Ch
Ogburn and wife ; silver buber d
and knife , Dr. and Mrs. Neville ;
ver butter dish , Ida Truckey ; sil
butter knife , Milo Ramsey ; t
spread , Mrs. Geo. Phelp < ; silver c
tor , Mr. and Mrs. John Bay ; bu ei
Mrs W. J. Whitehouse ; silver Lni
and forks , Harry and Daisy Whi
house ; pickle castor , Mr. and Mr. a
Mrs. C. McGuire ; double pickle c
tor , Marjie Hambright ; napkin rin
j Minnie Friday ; silver sugar cast
Dr. Hyde ; xea cannister , Mra. H
brook ; sugar spoon and butter kni
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Slatter ; sib
fruit dish , Fred Dyhrmann.
The Gold Country.
Mr. S. C. Ekland , a promini
mine owner and businessman of E
nanza , Idaho , arrived in this city S
urday evening by the Union Pac
road , having left home on the K
inst. He is on hia Wc\y to vipit friet
in Cherokee county , Iowa , where
will remain uniil spring.
Among other interesting facts c
tained from this gentleman in a c
versation with him during his bi
stay in our city , were some in reg ;
to the Ouster mine , owned by
Home Stake company , of Deadwo
upon which seventy five men are n
at work. A twenty-stamp mill t
the necessary roasting furnaces hi
been procured , and it was expected
start the e to work last week. G
ore from this mine assays as high
810,000 to the ton. The comu !
paid 5165,000 for this mine , undei
oped' and have expended $200,1
more in erecting the mill and open
the mine. They have alreajy ;
tons of high grade ore in the
Bonanza has 500 inhabitants , wl
the mining camp at Cuater , two mi
distant , contains 300 people. A
boom for this section of Idaho is
pected next year , beginning w
the opening of the wa
season. The social adv
tages of Bonanza , Challia , Gas
and other camps thereabouts are
no means to be despised. They ci
tain many gooci families , churcl
and school houses and good pie
ant society may bo enjoyed in these
Bonanza has one bright , nev
weekly , The Yankee Fork Herald ,
large influx of capital is attracted
these bonanza fields The "Char
Dickens" and "Montana" gold mini
near Bonanza , are both high gra
[ edges , and large returns are seem
by extracting the gold by the use
erostros. Thirty-five thousand di
lars from the "Montana" mine ale
was the result of last season's work.
The nearest railroad point is Bla (
foot station , on the Utah Northei
140 miles from Challis , and 180 mi
from Bonanza. A daily mail conne <
Blackfoot ataton with all these ri
Mr. Ekland went east laat eveni
on the C. B. & ( J.
The residence of Mrs. Govern
Ted , of Young&town , O. , was enter
Saturday noon by burglars while ti
family waa at home and jewelry vi
ued at $8,000 was taken. No clue
The events of the past week , in th
ocial world have been quite numerot
nd will be more than doubled durin
lie coming fortnight. Among thos
> ast are the usual number of
BALLS AND PAKTIE3.
A very pleasant birthday party wt
given at the residence of Mr. Musse :
n Capitol Avenue , Monday evoninj
A thoroughly enjoyable time was ha
by all present. Several elegan
( resents were received.
A delightful social and music ;
entertainment was on Monday evi
nlng , given -by Mrs. T. L. Klmba
and the Misses Rogers , at the rea
lence of the former , to the membe :
and friends of the Unitarian societ ;
The ladies of the house were assists
> y Mrs. Hodsdon , of Chicago , aisti
of Mrs. Kimball , who was spending
ew weeks in the city.
eforj cia adjournment of the I
S. court , Jjhn I. Redick , Esq. , gai
a pleasant dinner party to JndgoDui
dy , Marshal Daily , United States Di
trict Atiorney Lambert Hoi
D. G Hull.
The first German of the Entre Nbi
club took place nt the residence <
Mr. and Mrs. Wells , Wednesday ov
The next Imperial Club paity , t ]
opening one of the new series , w :
take place December 31st , to be ft
[ owed by others January 19th , Fe
rnary 9th , and February 24th. Ti
parties will be held at Masonic Ha
and Prof. Hoffman's orchestra w
furnish the music.
The ball which ex-Policeman Mai
field's friends will give for his bene
at Masonic Hall , occurs Wednead
evening , the 22d. Tickets with t
previous date are good.
The young mechanics gave the fief
of a series of masquerade parties
Standard hall Tuesday evenii
About forty-five couples were presi
en masque , besides a large number
spectators. A very enjoyable ti :
was had by all until a lale hour.
Another elegant party was given
the Standard Club on Wednesc
evening , attended by about fo
couples. Prof. Steinbauser , witb
band of first-class Italian muaicii :
treated the guests to some eicelli
music. Refreshments were served
the club's banq"ot room about m
nieht , after which dancing was :
smned and kept up until a late hoi
The next party comes off Deceml
29th. The present officers of this cl
are : M. Goldsmith , president ; Juli
Meyer , vice president ; J. R. Ma
Chester , secretary ; Henry Puni
OMAHA GLEE CLUB.
The long-looked-forward-to conci
by this popular musical society , fc
marly the Garfield and Arthur Gl
club , will take place on Tuesday eve
next , and an unusually rare treat
anticipated. The club is sixte
strong and includes A. D. Morris , ) ! !
WhitehornAl. Robinson , F. S Snail
first tenora ; Walter Wilkins , John ' .
Manchestrr , Lawis S. ReedV
Stevens , second tenora ; W. O. SE
ders , J. Wilkina , F B. Stout , F.
Pennell , first ba * > o } Si L. Smith ,
France , Will Nash , R. B Tremait
second bassos ; Prof. Aue. Walth
pianist ; F. S. Smith , musical direat
A variety of new music , including i
los , quartettes and choruses will
produced. Mrs. Latey , Miss J9a
Cronnse , of Blair , and Prof. Aug
Walther , formerly of Frankfort- *
the-Main. will assist the club , and
enjoyable evening is a matter
course "WAITING FOR THE VERDICT. "
This popular domestic drama , <
of the most beautiful of its kind , w
as already announced , be produced
the Academy of Music on Thursd
the 30th instant. It will afford an
cellent opportunity to our people
spend an agreeable evening in holii
week. A great deal of attention 1
been bestowed upon the cast , whi
as will be seen , is composed of mi
of our most prominent and talen
amateurs. The plot of the pieci
easily understood , the incidents nu
eroua and exciting , the humor ir
sistible and the moral pointed by 1
story healthy and ennobling. 1
many characters tn be found in El
lish life , from the lowly poor to I
libertine noble , are all brought <
with realistic touches. A f
nights since a BEE man loot
in during cne of the rehearsals a
was gratified to find that the pii
was running smoothly and seemed
promise a successful presentatic
The tickets to the performance n
bo procured at Max Meyei
McDonau h's , Hospe'a and But
man's , and are placed at the low figt
of fifty cents to all parts of the honi
Three days before the performam
the Beats may | be reserved at M
Meyers. | The following is the cast :
JohathaP RoseblaJe . Mr Wm Tun
Jasper Rosblade . Mr Chas. McDona
Humphrey Iltgson . Sir W. F. McDononi
Jonai Handle . Mr. Edw. A. 081 !
Bllnkcy Brown . Mr. W. O Smdc
Kev. Owen Hjlton . Mr. Chaa. Whi
SirHtnry Harrington 1 . _ . . . , - . , _ _
Grifaton , Counsel.
Lieutenant FlorviUe . Mr. I. 1. Da ,
Lord Viscount EIraore . Mr. R. Stepbenn
Lord Chief Justice . Mr. W A Lain-
A eent Stanley . Mr. J. It-is
Crier of Conrt . Mr. S.N. Meal
Martha Eosblade. . . -.Mrs. Elli
Sarah Sawyer . Mias Alice Dani <
THE BURNS CLUB.
Arrangements are fast being pe
fected for the annual banquet ai
ball of the Burns Club of Omab
Theae occasions have always been
unusual interest and never fail of b
ing largely attended. January 25 1
1881 , is the 122d anniversary of tl
birth of the Scotch poet , and it w
be celebrated , as above stated , nnd
the auspices of the Burns Chub ,
Masonic Hall. The committee on i
vitatione and reception includes Jol
Wilson , John S. Mciodie , Wm. Li
dell , Robert Innea , David Kno
Thomas Falconer and Thomas Me
WEDDINGS AND WEDDING ANNTVE
Mr. S. B. Roae , for a long tir
Immense Stock for
FALL AND WINTER
Men's Suits ,
For Men ,
Boys , and
Under-Wear , Hats snd Caps ,
Trunks and Valises , at
Prices to Suit AH.
Farnham Street , Near Fourteenth
GATZ & FREEMAN ,
CRACKER MANUFACTURERS ,
And Wholesale Dealers in CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. During tha
Fall and Winter we will handle COUNSELMEN'S FRESH OYSTERS , whloh
are now the best In the market. A large assortment of CANDY and SUGAR ,
TOYS for the Holiday trade.
GATZ & FREEMAN , 510 llth St. , Omaha.
A GRATIFYING FACT THAT THE
Gives universal Satisfaction and that it is stead
ily and rapidly increasing in pnblic iavor. -
The White Machine justly claims to be the
best made , the easiest running , the simplest in
construction and the most perfect Machine in
The White Co. employ as asenta 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.
AH orders addressed to the lOmaha Office
will be promptly filled.
JOHN ZEHRUNO ,
Cor. Davenport and 15tli Sts. " Omaha.
W . F. STOETZEL J
Has the exclusive sale of the
The Gold Coin is this season the favorite of Chicago , is pref er-
od above all other Stoves , comes both plain and hilghly ornamented
and flre-pot.That will out-wear
mented , has the new patent grate
half dozen of any other. The Gold Coin weighs more by flity Ibs.
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 , it requires no salesman to sell ifas city reference sells
without trouble. Cor lOth and Jackson.
A travelling salesman for W. T. Seaman ,
h was on Thursday evening last mar
j ; ried at Farragut , Page county , Iowa ,
to Miss Belle Merger , of that place.
The happy couple came to Omaha last
ne evening and will go to housekeeping
e at once on Capitol Hill. Our best
wishes are tendered on this auspicious
Mr. and Mrs. James Kendall cele
IB brated their china wedding anniver-
u ary on Friday evening of last week !
w at their home on the southwest corner
rd of Fifteenth and Dorcas streets ,
ide South Omaha. A large number of
ido friends vere present and a multitude
o of appropriate gifts were left with the
3. fortunate couple , who , we hope , may
live to celebrate their golden wedding
rnniversary at least.
On this evening next , the rail
road men , members of the Y. M. C.
A. , will give a social at the association
The pupils of St. Barnabas' school
ave an interesting exhibition Fri
day afternoon before a large assem
blage of their friends and those of the
TheCongregational fair closed Satur
day.A successful dinner and supper
were given at the Christian church
W. H. Bay and Miss Lizzie White-
house , were united in marriage Dec.
loth by Rev. John Williams , of St.
Wednesday last was the 10th birth
day of little Bertie Adams and it wai
celebrated by a delichtful pirtyat
the parents residence , 1614 California
The Y. M. C. A. book reception
was a great success.
Call at th BEE ] ob 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
Fred Mertzheimer , master mechanic
of the U. P. shops at Laramie , left for
home to-day , after a business tiip to
this city. He is the son-in-law of
J. H. FLIEGEL & GO.
Successors to J. H. THIELE ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
No. 1220 Douglas Street ,
pivr A TT A
E _ IF. COOJ8Z ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
P.ompt attention given t nr r hy tl gn > ph.
on. A. s. PBXI KKY ,
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN ]
HAS FEKMANKNTLY LOCATED 1113 MED.
< * ICAL OFFICE ,
iiS Tenth Stieet , - OMAHA , NEBRASKA
Offering ; his nerrlces In all departments 'o
medicine .UK' Bnr ery. both In general in
pedal fmAl't acnta nd chronic diseases. C
tie consalti-J nllt n < l day , and will visit *
part of the Cltr n.l county on ri-cHo' ' I tt . J
* * - wm
< Tl CC a wee * in your own town , lenng n
UDD oatBt fro * AdKr < x n IH1l < , tt | A
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LINE
Connects IVitn Street Cars
Corner of SAUNDERS and HAMILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line a * follows :
LEAVE OMAHA :
630. * 3:17and ll:19a m ,3:03 , 5:37 and 723p.m.
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 a. m. . 9 : 5 a. m. . and 12:45 p. m.
4:00 , 6:15 and 8:15 p. m.
The 8:17 a. m runlea In on > h F and the
4:00 p. m. ran , leaving Kort Omaha , are usn %
loaded to fall capacity with rr/ulv pa-wenffe B.
The 6:17 a. m. nn will be mode from the post-
office , corner of DoiUe and 15th unrehtd.
Ticket * can be procured from street cardrlT-
era , or Irom drivers of backn
PARE.250KSTS. I.ICLIJDrSO STRE CAR
O- J"W jLXjIDE ,
1317 CAS3 bT. . OMAHA. NEB.
OTA good assortment always on hamlfa
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