Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 21, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 4

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    THE DAILY BE
Tuesday Morning , Dec. :
BREVITIES ,
Paterson sells coal.
For icintercomforts incapslrobi
* a tiffs , tnitjjtcrs , yo to Frederick , llaUci
Celluloid and Diatita Sets at Sa
Holiday Goods at Kuhn'a.
Christmas trers at 90c uton
Choice meats , Besen'sFnlton 1
Celluloid SctsatKuhn's , druggist
Holiday presents at Saxe'e , di
Books and'albums at ODc at
i Whipple , McMillan & Co. , tb (
ers , Creigtiton Block. t
BEST IN THE \VORLT > -
Glore fitting Patterns at Bushman'
Good sleighing is report
Grand Island.
The ice at the skating par ]
first-data condition.
The city council Bays yon
number your houses ,
A fall of about an inch o
light snow took place last night
The season tickets itsu
Manager Grifiin trill not be hi
hereafter.
The benefit ball for ex-Poli
"Mansfield occurs Wednesday e
and will be a very fine affair.
The only train in from It
"
this morning was the Rock
and its coachea were nearly i
Emigrant travel is very ligl
and meetly for points south
Francisco. But one- coach a
required ou the emigrant train ,
There will be a special con
cation of Capitol Lodge , No. 3 ,
& A. M. , this ( Monday ) evonii
work in the M. M. degree. "V
brethren cordially invited.
Jackson , master.
At 10:45 : a. rn. Sunday a
train of fruit cars arrived ov
Union Pacific loaded with silk
for the cast , and left Immediat
New York via the Northwester !
The frame of the new shot
in Wilcos's addition is all road
raised , and it is expected that
operations will begin by Jan. 1
addition to shot and bar leai
pipe will be manuf tctured.
Walter Reed had hiu fo
badly cut Saturday night , c
akating rink , by a fall on tl
his bead coming violently ir
tact with the point of a young
ekato.
ekato.A
A now combination coac
baggage car was taken west a
yesterday for me on the newly <
Echo and Park City railroad ,
line Is twentyIi miles long ,
built for a coal carrying businc
to afford a rail route i
famous Ontario silver mines ,
lie immediately beyond Park ci
The petitions are out for tl
ting of mail service on the Oma
between Covington and Oa
There has been service proviot
the line between Oakland and C
The postmasters at some of tl
etatlons have not been appointo
The funeral of Mr. J. G.
olson , who died at Chicago on '
day , December ICth , took place
St. Philomena'a cathedral Sund
tcrnoon at 1:3C. Mr. Micholsi
n , native of Denmark , aged GE
has two sons residing in Oman :
hi ] daughter , AmandaMichelac
aiding in Chicago , accompanii
body to Omaha.
In the police court yea
the case of Spipli * against A bra
dismissed by the complainant
party arrested on suspicion wa
missed , another allowed to go i
warning , and a man locked i
drunkenness on Saturday lol
promise to head at once for 1
mouth.
mouth.lira.
lira. Mary Watson , living
corner of Eleventh and Arbor st
South Omaha , on the night of I'
fire got np to BOO it , and alippi :
the sleet which had fallen on the
porch , fell to the ground , abou
feet , fracturing her hip. Three
Bicians wcro called ani yestcrdt
was reported in a critical cond
She Is pist 60 years of age.
ATTENTION GENTLEME !
For a very moderate sum yoi
buy a dress length of Black
Black Cashmere or Alpacca. mo
propriate Christmas presents , at
& HARRISOI
STEEL ENGRAVINGS , at
York jobbers' prices , at Eaton's ,
Farnham street. 2C
NOT A CANDIDATE FOll THE SKI
BUT Robert Rlttle will visit Crete
20th , Hastings 21st , Red Cloud
Arapahoa 23d , Nebraska City :
*
1880.
HOLLY branches and GROl
PINES at Evans' , I4th and I
street.
10,000 CHRISTMAS PRESE
AT HOSPE'S ART PALACE.
The finest selections of VEL
FRAMES , Passepartouts , Ei
etc. , at jobbers' prices , at Eat
1320 Famham street. 20
SPECIAL NOTICE.
RF.AD ! HEAD ! 1
Nowhere in the \vest has there
been displayed such a fine arn
jewelry , brought from eastern
foreign manufacturers , cspeciall ;
the Holiday trade , aa can be see
the jewelry establishment of i
B&umer , 1314 Farnham street.
stock is well selected and of the 1
styles and patterns , consisting of
nnd silver watches , clocks , diam
and other precious stones , solid
plated silverware , elegant gold bi
lets , chains , rings , charms , and c
thing in this line. Remember
place , 1314 Farnham ttreet.
l <
Children's Suits and Cloaks toi
McDoNALD & HARRISOS
Just opened a handsome lot of
Handkerchiefs and ties at
MCDONALD & HARRISON
1001 S. S. S. 1001.
1001
STEPHENSON'S SUPERB S
BLES ,
1001 Harney Street , Omaha , ]
GRAND OPENING.
I vill open my new Livery
Boarding Stables to the inspectio
tha public on Thursday , DECEI
23d , 1880. All interested in lee
at the beet arranged aud moat i
plete public stable in the Ui
States are invited tojtho
GENERAL RECEPTION
from 1 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m.
Ladies are particularly invited.
cfr7td24 JAMES STEPHENSO
10,000 CHRISTMAS PRESE :
AT UOSPE'S ART PALACE.
Omaha nas the Champior
C. P. Rockbnd , bettor knoi
the "Rocky Mountain Skipper , "
the fact that he carries , the cha
belt of Colorado , has returned
Chicago , where he wpnt aboi
month a ago to endeavor to find b
and enter thelnternatfonal cent
the O'Leary belt , Jan. 24th ,
Rockbnd has lived in Omaha tl
years , and has worked for some
in the foundry of the U. P.
Although quite a young man h
family to support and lias toe
practical BCHEO to allow
self to go into pedesh
so enthusiastically as to inji
finances , and it Is owing to tl
that ho has returned unsuc
from his venture. At Chic
first sought a job which won
him in training and was emplo
a packing house for five weeki
ning back hogs , very laboriout
at which he ran about foi
miles a day. At this work he
nine pounds. Ho is a natural i
broad in the chest , trimly bni
used to violent exercise frc
youth np.
He at length began negot
with Jack Haverly , through h
ager , Mr. Englehart , but the
tjld him that the loss of $ G ,
the lost race , hones vs. men , h
Couragcd them from new risk
that people had become tired
dcstrian contests , the sole pur
which was to bleed the public
same hill he had offered 520,1
Ht the race mentioned , ho now i
to take as a free gift , for simlli
Mr. HaVerly has the largest
the world , one-eighth of a mile
.umference wliich was procur
pedestrian contests and it is no
idle. A negotiation with Cin
parties was pending and he
Mr. Rockbud 25 per cent ,
profits if he would go there , bu
contract fell thorough with no a
iiicnt was made with him.
The "Skipper" had by thi
found that ho could not enl
O'Leary race without pawni
belt and going to expenses wl
case of failure would leave h
titute , and besides this the tricl
ticed upon the professionals we
as to require great vri
ness , and ho bad no can
in being able to overco
many obstacles without
funds than ho had at his cor
His "beat hold" is the six di
as you-ploaso , and ho says ho
ho can make GOO miles in tha
Burns' record is declared to
high by 100 miles , Hart's
"double-header1 and Rowel
Rockbud says , never mac
miles. For this reason his 1
feel safe in betting § 1,000 1
man can como up to his
Mr. Roclbud will go to work
and for the present abandon t
Fcssional career of a walkist.
DRESS GOODS AT HALF P
The Boston store , 10th and
have just received a sp'endid '
French and German Dross
this season's importation.
Goods , Cashmeres , and Silk am
Brocades , which they can offer
This ia much less than the
importation. Tha opening p :
those goods , first of the ssasi
50c , They are a desperate b
Also another splendod lot a
former price , 30c.
A wonderful Bargain in Liner
brie HandkerchiefSjHcm-stichc
Plain , at
20j each , cheap at35&
15c each , cheap t 25c.
lOc each , worth
There is one hundred and fiftj
in this lot , but you must comj
as they won't last long.
Also a splendid lot of Fancy
for Christmas presents at voi
prices , and a let of
Beautiful Trimmcil JIals.
All the latest styles , at § 1 , woi
at S1.50 vorth § 3.00
Boston Cash Dry Goods Sto
18-3t 10th and Jones.
Omaha Glee Club.
There is but one day left to
83ats for the grand concert
night and the reserve is alread
large. The programme is a goo
as will bo seen by the following
PART FIRST.
1. Chorus , "Comrades in .
( Adam * ) Glee Club.
2. Piano Solo , "Rhapsodic I
( Liszt ) Miss Jessie Cronnse.
3. Song , "The Man .W
Doomed , " from "Soldier's L (
( McFarren ) W. O. Sanders.
4. Quartette , "The Knight's
well" ( Kinkle ) Messrs. Morris
kins , Wilkins and France.
5. Recitative and Polonaise ,
Ktanla , " from "Mignon" ( Tl
Mrs. Latey.PART
PART SECOND.
1. Chorus , "Weimar's Folk I
[ Liszt ) Glee club.
2. Song , "Who Treads the 1
Tom _ "Magic Flute" ( Mozart ) ,
* t1
smith.
3 Piano solos , "Nocturne Nc
; Aug. Walther ) , and "L'Inqni
restlessness ) , ( Dreyachock )
* .ug. Walther.
4. Song , "Kerry Dance , " ( M
Mrs. Lately.
5. Chorus , "Chorus of Mec
Jocilia's Day. " ( Van Breo ) Glee
a >
A FINE AND FULL STOCK OF Ci
IAS " GROCERIES , COMPRISING I
SELECT GOODS , AS FOLLOWS :
MALAGA GRAPES ,
rlum Priding ,
Layet Raisins ,
fine Turlcys ,
Fancy fiiscnit ,
Sitxet Cider ,
Sujxirior Coffees ,
Solid Packed Oysters ,
FrcJi Cckry , d-c.
FLEMING & Co.
d20l2 Family Groci
Meals at all hours at Tizzard'a
'HE BLACKSMITH'S DR1
This great mechanical wonc
low exhibited at 50G Fourt
treet , near Farnham. Open fi
ill 5 p. m. and 7 to 10 a. m. A
'ton , 10 cents. dl
WHO IS PILLBURY & CO
Fresh Oysters received dailj
erved in every style , at the Eun
Restaurant. u
NOTICE TO PURCHASER
NOW IS THE TIME.
Never before has there boon B
arge and well selected stock of
, nd shoes , slippers , artica , etc. ,
s W. N. Whitney is now displs
,11 , to be sold at a low figure ,
nd see them , beautiful and a
iriate Christmas presents. DC
treet , near Fifteenth street
WHO IS PILLBURY & CO
mTTn rt r\T Tinier f\"nT\m\mn 11 11111.7
THE GOLDEN OPPOETCT1
The Attractions for Chris
and the Holidays atWl
pie , McMillan & Oo.'s
This week will bo
The golden opportunity
To secure the most diairable
Christmas gifts at
The new headquarters
In Creighton Block.
We have
A new store
And hew goods ,
And -'they take thacake. "
Oar stock of watches is beyi
question the finest in Omaha , i
one specialty.
We have done business infer
for the past fifteea years , and
Never before have wo offere <
inducements to our customers ,
In large stock and low price * ,
See our our grand exposition
Of silver and plated ware.
See the grand display in ou
windows.
Then step inside , and compa
prices with other firms.
We guarantee all goods. Tt
prove just as represented.
We have clocks to suit a
They will bo beautiful Christum
Como and see us. We show
cheerfully , You will bo just
come "as flowersin May. "
WHIPPLE , MgMlLLEN &
The Old Established Jewelers , I
ton Block.
Don't omit seeing the Chi
Sails at McBoNALD & HARI
For CHURCH , HALL and
L01decorations | , go to Evan'f
and Dodge street
10,000 CHRISTMAS PRES
AT HOSPE'S ART PAL ACE ,
Good table board at $4 pei
at the European Restaurant ,
per month.
Oder cases , oder cases , b <
designs , pocket books , card caa
a epfendid line of holiday pros
C. F. Goodman's IGth Btre <
store.
Always fresh Oysters at Ti :
10,000 CHRISTMAS PRES
AT HOSPE'S ART PALACE ,
PERSONAL PABAGKAFI
A. D. Clarke came in from t
Tunday.
Ex-Gov. Thayer went soul
terdny morning.
E. 0. L. Edholm went d <
Lincoln yesterday.
Major J. H. O'Brien came ii
the south yesterday morning.
Col. J. J. Dickey returnee
Dnfferin college Sunday.
Herbert Thayer ard J. M 1
jr. , uent west ut noon yestorda ;
Superintendent J. T. Clar
Auditor Gannett went west Sui
special car No. 100.
Mr. Thomas , a well-known
dealer of Cheyenne , and ex-su
of Wyoming territory , went we
torday.
Henry Clark , eon of H. T. C
Bellevue , came in from North
last evening and left for horn
terday morning.
See the SE.V SHELLS in
variety at EVANS' , Fourteen !
Dodge streets.
WHIEE HEAD LIGHT 0
Only 25 cents per gallon. Pie
member that I guarantee my g <
bo equal to any in the market.
WILLIS M. YA
Died.
FITCU Sunday morning , I
berJOth , at 3 o'clock , C. B.
the well known furniture dealei
was born in Cooksockie , Now
August 9th , 1815 , and had rosi
Omaha for the past fifteen year
died at the age of 65 years , 4 r
and 10 days. Funeral will take
at tne residence , southwest cor
Howard and Thirteenth stree
Wednesday , December 22d ,
o'clock p. m.
CARNEY At 2:30 : p. m. , Satt
December 18th , James Carney ;
50 years. Funeral took place
; he residence of his son-in-law
ert Martin , southeast corner of
teenth and Paul streets , at 9 a.
day.
10,000 CHRISTMAS PRES
AT HOSPE'S ART PALACE.
Fine American Mixed Cand )
jorlb. ; choice French Mixed , 3
b. , at CANDY HALL , 1418 , .
as street.
WHO IS PILLBURY & CC
Meals at all hours , served i
lest of style , at the Europou
aurant jj
The co-partnership horetofoi
sting between Charles B. De
and William Krello , under the
and stylogof C. B. De Great < S
of Omaha , Nebraska , is this da
olved by mutual consent ,
Charles B. De Great shall hai
hargo of the remaining busine
assume all liabilities and sett
debts.
OMAHA , December 18th , A. D.
OHAS. B. DE GKOAI
WM. KRELLE.
WORTH SEEING , the baa
everlasting flowers' goods , at E
Tourteenth and Dodge streets ,
mission free. 2l
CANNON BALLS ,
f Sugared Pop corn , only 5 cer
DANDY PALL.
Beautiful Celluloid sets , moi
ovcred and lined with richly t
ilk and satin , all shapes and eh
C. F. Goodman's 16th street
tore , corner Capital Avenuo.
Mrs. Dent , 217-N. 16th St. , i
ireparod to do dress making o ;
bortost notice. Prices modem )
decl ;
500 MENS' , BOYS' AND C
DREN'S OVERCOATS AND
EERS TO BE CLOSED GUI
3ARDLESS OF COST , &T
AGE'S. i
Charter Changes Recomme _
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the 1
Trade :
Your committee to whom w
'erred the matter of proposed a
ments to the charters of cities >
irst class , propose the fol ]
amendments , and recommondc
the same be referred to tn
council with the request that tl
struct the city attorney to c
the necessary bill , or bills , cent
said amendments , to be presen
the IwnslitSre at its next sessio
Fiwt That the charter be an
so that one-half of tha meml
the city Council and members
board of education be electee
the city at large , the other half
elected from each ward. Thai
bera of the council shall be th
era of at least one thouennd do
takable real property , as nho
the ta * lint of the plvcedlnj
That said members at large si
elected at the next annu'l cit
tlon in place of the outgoing
bera. Each member of the i
shall enter into a bond with
more sureties in the sum of tw
sand dollars , to ba approved
mayor.
Second. Section 22 shall be i
ed to read as follows :
SECTION 22. The mayor at
council are hereby authorized a
powered to issue bonds of the ci
interest coupons annexed the
such amounts and for such lei
time as they may deem prope
rate of interest not to exceed
centum per annum , for the co
tion and maintenance o ! eewe
ter works attd other public in
ments on said city , or in rent
outstanding bonds on said cit
such bonds shall express upo
face the purposes for which t !
issued ; Provided , the bonded
edness of such city shall not
time exceed , in the aggregate ,
centum of the assessed valua
the taxable property within sa
Provided further , no bond si
issued except , such renewal be
excess of $100,000 in any on
nor until the legal electors
city shall have authorized th
by a vote of two-thirds of all tl
tors voting at a general or
election precinct , district or v
said city , stating specifics ! )
amount of the purposes for whi
are to be issued ; which bonds ,
proceeds from the sale therec
not bo diverted from the purpc
which they were issued.
Third That the salary of tin
to be increased not to exceed t
of $1200 per annum.
Fourth That corporations
the public streets shall be reqn
keep the same in repair , and B
held responsible for all datnr
casioned 07 reason of neglect t
such streets in repair , or obat
the same.
Fifth The sinking fund sh
be used for any purpose except
payment of interest of tha bon
deLtcdness and bonds when dl
judgements against the city fo :
ges to persons or property , an
adequate provision bo made feral
ral expense ? , including police ,
gas , and city officers.
J. E. BOYD ,
Ohairmi
B. E B. KEN
S. B. JOIINSO
O. F. DAVIS ,
L. M. BENNE' '
Commi
OMAHA , December 18.
NOW IS YOUR TIMI
The finest Christmas goods ii
ha. Gold , Silver and Cellnloii
Odor Oases , Ladies' Purses , &c
early , as they are going fast.
S T. FERGUSON & 0 <
,
dec4tf Twelfth and Dougl
FURS1 FURS ! ! FURS !
Ladies' and gents' fur goods
ery description at the Fur Ma
tory , opposite postoffico , Omah ;
goods are warranted.
HENRY G. RICHTER , Fur
declStf
For Sale Six-horse power
engine and boiler , in good
Apply at BEE officn. t
German Canary Birds , thi
singers , at the Omaha Toy Star
St
J. F. Sawyer wishes to annoi
his friends and old customers t
may bo found , as heretofore , a
Farnham street , whore he will
to show them the best selected
of Watches , Clocks , Jewelry , Spe
and Silverware at prices tht
competition.
SOMETHING NEW.
California Honey by the ga
William Gentleman's , corae ;
teenth and Webster.
Gents' fine Furnishing Goi
the Omaha Shirt Factory. c
Elegant vases tastily ornarc
aeautifnlly colered , latest
large variety , atO. F. Goodman
street drug store.
On account of the Golden Eaj
; iving as good satisfaction as it
iave bought several car loads i
Celebrated Hannibal Eagle
which I guarantee to bo as good
> etter , than any St. Louis 1
Wheat Flour in the market.
? 3.35 per 100 pounds.
WILLIS M , YA
10,000 OHRIBTMAS PRES
AT HOSPE'S ART PALACE.
See Cruickshank's new adv
mont for Holiday Goods , on
page.
Just received at TIIJE BEE
looms the niceat line of dimi ;
Paper and Envelopes and Cards
xblo for Children's Birthday P
Call and see them.
THE CREIOHTONj
A first-class hotel in every respi
situated on the northwest cor
Thirteenth and Capitol avenue.
new house is newly and elegant
niahed throughout , and the tab !
) ill of faro will compare fav
with the best in the land. Giv
rial. No runner at the Depot
COMIC TIN TYPES- !
Come and see them , just the thi
few Year , eight newdoaigns at
Central Gallery , 212 Sixteenth
13-ec
California Pears , Flurps , G
tc. , at Tizard's Palace. o2
It will not cost yon ONE <
more , if the flour I sell you i
trhat I represent it to be.
WILLB M. YA
WHO IS HLLBURY & CC
Real Estate Transfers.
Marilla Ward to'Licetta L. \
son ; w. d. , n. in. s. w. f n
sec. 32 , t. 16 , rT 13 , e. $800.
Ellen A. Ittner to Mabello , 1
H. , Erneat A. , and Heinriet
Ittner , q. c. d. , all grantors ii
in the real estate of Beuj. Ittn
ceased. § 150.
The mill of Robert Oalderwi
Alice Calderwood was filed De <
16th.
16th.Byron Reed to Alice Calde
o. * iot 528 , First add. , Prospe
Cemetery § 18.
T , W. T. Richards to Gee :
Sharpet w. d. ne. i , sw. J and
nw. I , fee. 12,1.10 , r. 10 e. $
Julius C. Rosenfeld and wlf
W. Corliss : w. d. n. J , nw. J , e
1.15 , r. lOe. $300.
Samuel B. Nielsen to Jam
( tones ; w. dv lots 3 , 4 and 5 , b
Waterloo $ SO ,
James W , Jones and wife i
H. Clark , w. d.lot 3 and e
blk. 1 , Waterloo § 45.
Hanhah H. and John H.
w. d. , lot 5 , blk. 22 , Waterlot
Hugh G. Clark and wife tn
Emil Goetz , q. c. d. , lot 1 , 1
Waterloo § 25.
Henry Johnson and wife to
J. Moeerip , w. d , lots 3 and
20 , Omaha § 475
LIST OP LETTERS
Remaining in the Omaha pc
for the week ending Saturd ;
cember 18,1880.
OEftTLEMEK.
Allison DW Anderson d
Ashley P Ashtes W F
Beikel C Blunie A
Bent F A BmFortW
Blackwood L D Bennett S A
Beales W R Blurae W A
Craig J Carlson J
Clarke JL Colby J A
Games G S Cahill E
Campell E Clark J
DyeJR Berlin J
Dears O Donnelly W
Engler M FloidAC
Prank W FallumsbaE
Fee IJ H W Farnon O
Farell M Gilna tl
Guatafeson
Cos hi Hays D
Hill T J How F E
Harrison TW Haas S
HangaM P P Hopkins J \
Hause W JJ .TanSson P
Johnson W Krider G M
Kean J KingW
Killingcr W KinjfG
Lewis A Lintleman B
Lucas B I.ea B R
Lenz M Larsen S
LiwVEC Moirison C.
McAvin J McCallumV
MallittG Mitchell J i
Mnrkcll J Napi r G
Nystrom N Oltenblad A
Phelps T C Preston B
Powell WC Peck L-2
Pearson E Phelpa F C
Peterson F M Jfaes.M
llyan WS Eandall W 1
5mith L F Steinbeck \ \
Smythe L Stn > henson ]
Shanks L Small SB
Smith J N S.nith I ,
Sratle L Simpson J I
Turton W Vahn C L
WoodTDS WakerDrl
Wardell Q
FIRMS.
Lo\ett& Smith
LADIFB' laci. .
Austin Miss J Ainwiek Mr
Am nyMisjL Barker Miss
] 5org Miss A M Brown Mrs'
Crew Miss L C'assidy Miss
Craw ford Mrs J Crrr Mis K ,
Doudkey Miss E Donnish Mist
Eddy Miss B Eninsmus M
] ' IseJ Miss M Fitzgerald a
Gray Miss E Howard Mis
Hollings Lcwclla Halow Mih3
Hern < lou Mrs J E Hill Mrs Ml
Kecf Mrs M McConagher
Mont omeryMiss I , Nilsson M A
Nillscn Miss A L Pearson Chri
Iichman Mrs A Rodifer Mrs
liobinson Mis g bliathousj M
Stenstrom Mrs J N Str.rad Mrs 1
Saunders Mrs H Talbott Mrs
Warstot Ansalie Winans Mrs
THOS. F. HALL , Postm
Goto _ the OMAHA TOY S1
513 Fourteenth street , betweei
ham and Douglas , foe anything
toy lino. The largest and b
looted stock in the city ,
t&f tf H. POOLMAN , Propri
Tno Play Saturday NIs
A large and enthusiastic [ at
greeted Frank Mayo Saturday
when ho appeared in his well
characto of Davy Crockett
play was well mounted an
acted , though it was cat consid
Mr. Mayo has the rare poi
making his audience laugh i
saying a word , and of
in ; ; them cry almost as
His support was exceptional ! ]
appearing to even better adi
than the night before. "Davy
ett" is "a far stronger play than
the Virginian , " and shows Mr.
to far batter advantage. Hi
physique and perfect ease are
points in his favor , but that he d
overdo a part thit presents so
templates is his crowning gil
will alw ' .jBv be welcomed with p
in Omaha.
ZARA P
East India File Care ,
only specific for all for
Piles. In use in foreign
tries for years , lately j
duced into America. Wai
ed to give instant relief
permanent cure guarai
Sold by cil druggists or n
free on receipt of prici
cents , bythe American a
Richardson & Co. . Who !
Druggists , Saint Louis , 3
ZARA'S BILIOUS PI
guaranteed to give imnw
relief in all cases of B :
and Liver Complaints ,
tivenffss , Sick Headache
digestion , and cleansinj
system of all impurities.
25 cents. All druggist
theniiZARA
IN USE FORTY YEAB
Dr. Stern
CELEBRATED SCOTO !
Cough Can
A Safe and Pleasant Remet
COUGHS , GOLDS , A8THI
HOARSENESS and Strong
Ing the Lungs.
SOLD w i lU
Price only 10 Cei
ff * WIH % A t\
MAXMEYER&B
TBCE
LEADING
JEWELEF
( Tiffanys of the West , )
Have completed their ]
parations for the
preaching Holidays , ;
suggest Hint an "early
animation of their st
will enable purchaser
Secure the choicest se
tions , aud escape
crowds unavoidable 3 ;
in the mouth.
Until Christmas , the
tablishmcnt will be ii
open in the evenings.
SPECIAL NOTICES
NOTICE Advertisements To Let F <
test , Found , Wants , Boirdln ; * c. , wtll
sorted In the colcmnfl once for TEN i
per line. The first Insertion cover lee
TWENTY-FIVE CKHTS.
TO IMK-MDMET.
OBEY 10 MAH-CaU at law (
P. L. THOMAS , Room B.Orelghtot
IV/TOOT TO I.OAH 11C9 Farnhim
/
iyJL Dr. EdwardP Loan Agency , noi
HELP WANTED
-A go-xlgirl for go trJ
WANTED preferred. Ca I i
N W cor 16 and Lcavenworth Etrers.
- for general housen
WANTED-Girl street , bet 14th an
"
-\TrrAKTED G od girl , at S W cor 2
VV California streets.
ANTKD-Kitchen girl , atEmmctt
W
95-22
A stock of
WANTED 32100 to $15,000 ; will pay \a \
halance choice rcsMent , grain and <
property. Address R. K11TLE , Frcmoi
94-23
'ANTKD A good coot , a woman pr
w st.St. Charles Hotel.
ANTED-CooV and kitchen help ,
Pacific Bouse. 91
An e-tperienced butcher
WANTED a mcatnatket in sonic sma
Cm i own , where there is none , or where
no'de i ; would taio a reliable partner. .
K. K. Webb , Jackson , Dakota Co. , Neb.
TXTANTED To rent a smal ( nrnlshwl
YV In central part of city , deed pr
be paid. Address K. X , Eoe offlc.8 :
> ANTED Girt for general houaewo :
W California etredt.
/ IRL WANTED * or general lioUSett
\JT 235 tlarney street , one door east of 1
81
'ANTED A good house-keeper , 110 !
ham street , tip ttaira 3
TT7A TED Employment for hoAOilnd
W E. A. UARBIS3 , 16th and Niche
26 t . _
" \T7"ANTED All Omaha know !
VV Royil St. Jonn U the Kuco of
Machines , office on 11th St. 84
FDBHEHT-HOU8E8 AKD LARD.
CWRBENT Furnished room fcr tw <
_ C ono block from I'oatoffice Addrce
1881. 2i
UENT Hotiso in Shull's 2nd at
FOR ' per month. W. SIUERAO , i
Creighton Block. ]
RENT A furnished , south SLlont
Inquire at No. 1612 Karnham SL
BEST Cottage , on 6th and I'm
FOll house , eight roomson 23d and C
Enquire J. Roe , 8. E. Cor. 12th ant
ham.
RENT 2 furnished rooms eve
FOR Exchange , N. E. Cor. 16
Dodee otrrela. i
FOR SALE.
OR SALE A BARGAIN A buldim
E saloon fixtures , furniture and stock , o
St. , opposite the U. P. depot , for eale very
Or the fixture ) , furniture and stock will t
and building rented. Inquire of El ) . K <
MAN. 78
"TilOR SAL1S Business house and grocery
Jj Restaurant attached. Addrrsa R. C
Aurora , Neb. ;
R10R SALE Two close carriages , at
Simpson's.
[ 71 B SALIv Cottonwood lumber ol all i
? REDMOND'S. Sixteanth-st.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TAKEN'UP On Friday , Decamber 2 ,
on * rod brlndla cow. Medium sizo.
er can have same by proving property an
Inecbanres. JOHN BAGLE
3 miles 8. W rom Omaha , Drexel'n Schoi
28-e mon-5t
ACADEMY OF MUS
rnORSDAT , December 30th.
WAITING FOR TOE TERC
Bt IBS
Members of the Union Cat ]
Library ,
One of the most cncceEstulandpopulirdi
dramai on the modern f tape. Bcin
vivid picture of Ric'i and Poor in
English Life. Very
atron ; cast.
Admission , 50 cents ; Matinee for gcho <
dren , Friday at 2 p. m. ; Admission. 5 a
decll.
A Christmns Grcefi
ACADEMY OF IHVSIG
Two Evenings ,
Friday and Saturday , December 24th ant
Family Matlnca Christmas at 2 o'doi
The Gulick - Blaisdell G
anteed Attraction No. <
Claude ToHaven , General Keprcscntitlv
gagcment of the Famoaa Vocal Comedian
ROLAND REE
Appearing tn Anguatin Daly's fashionable
comedy of
AN ARABIAN NIG1 !
As played at Daly's New York Theatre 2 !
Becatlvo .nights , , embraciag the en :
artibte
MISS ALICE HASTIN
And the great original cast of Cottagei
Courier * .
" " 42TRe3erved seat ! at Max Meyer & Bro.
Remember the Christmas Mat
dcc20c
MORTGAGE SALE.
By vlrtno ot tha power contained I
cbattil mortgages , the flnt given on th
daj of January. 1ESO , by Rudolph Knack 1
F. Schmidt and by tald Schmidt aatigned
underlined August Doll , which wag dul ;
In tha county Jerk's office of DouzUs o
Nebraska , and on which there h due t
and the second riven the 17th day of Septi
1SSO , byRudophrtoak to August Doll ,
WM also filed in the county clerk's ofl
Dou < las county , Mchraxka , aid on which
la ano tiU.U. I will edl at public accti
the highest bidder for cash , at the store
of RF. . Troxell & Co , 13th rtteet be
Famham > nd Hirooy Etre U , In the cl
Omaha on the 10th day of January. ) 1SS1 ,
o'clock a m. of galddiy the following jtoa
chittel , to wit : 7 boxes honMhold eood
talnlngof beds , bcddln ? . dtshca , knives ,
able linen , &c , 3 trunks ard 3 basket
; heir contents , consisting of wearin ? aj
book ! &c. , 1 sewlnic machine two lounji
writing desk , 1 bureau and mirror , I ] c
iress , 1 wish bureau , 2 beds , G cans seat <
L bookstand , 1 Ice box. 1 kitchen tale , J V.
tible , 12 cots and pillows , 1 paine , 1 e
mich'ne. Lot of mpeting- , also lot of I
Klis and eilver-pUted ware , and a Hum
door and window gcceng ,
AUGUST DOL
Mortga
THE DAILY BEE
the Latest Home and
atra of thtj Day ,
S. P. MORSE & CO. ,
CASH JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF DRY GOODS. /
.For the coming week we have made preparation
with the finest stock of Silks , Laces , Dress Goods
and all fancy tarticles ever shown in a dry goads ,
store west of New York.
We have received a consignment of
BLACK LYONS SILK ;
and offer them at less than the present cost of
importation , they will be found fully 30 per cent
under the prices that other houses are obliged
qualities of goods and na
to ask for the same
other such opportunity has ever been offered fo
anyone to buy a good silk dress for as little money.
We offer a 82-inch Cashmere Alexamlre Silk at $ ! . > a quality to-day worth
$1,50. . , m com-
place
Griffon Silk which we
At $1.45 our Standard make of Cashmere
. Silk in America. .
peiiiioiurith any $1.75 ,
to
Our $1.55 Silk is to-day worth $1.031-2 at wholesale , yet we still continue
offer the halance (2 ( pieces ) at less than opening prices. shown in the
At $1.95 we offer a heavy rich Gros Grain Silk never before
west less than $2,50.
retail $2.75.
Griffon Silk worth at
24-inch Cashmere
. show -
a
At $2.25 we
rich in lustre as a satin and fully up to
At $2.50 a 24-inch Silk very heavy ,
$3.00 Silk from hiuher priced stores.
any to be had in a
At $3.00 , $3.10 , $3.2519-22-24-inch Silks , the very best numbers
standard make of goods.
Opened to-day a large stock of
KealDuchesse Needs from , 50c , to $5.00 . each.
. . II ,1 I H .1
" " " " " '
Brabant
Eeal Dutchesse Barbs frdm $12,00 to $25.00.
ti it i L ii ii
" " Lace Vests " $12,00 to $40,00.
" Collars " $6.00 to $25.00.
This is the finest stock oF these goods ever shown in Omaha.
Over 150 dozen Silk handkerchiefs at a dozen prices ,
An elegant line of lmenEmbroidered , Lawnjfanoy Colored and other Handkerchiefs in every conceiv
able shape and design from the Child's bo , Handkerchief tj realDutmesse Applique and Point
Lace Handkerchiefs.
One Price Marked in Plain Figures ; We Never Deviate.
3. : CHOUSE & oo.
$6oo o. ELGyyjER
- - v - -
$60,000. . g6000J ' (
, m * . t m mmm * n M n ft m Bik * * M va
CLEARING SALE
$60000
$60,000.
seasonable goods at Low
and
Desirable
to close out our
make this month a specialty ' '
We
' Children's
'
, and
for Men's , Youth's Boys'
. stock of Winter clothing
Figures. Our immense and , Overcoats
, hi lateat Patterns Styles
, Business , and Dress Suits
, comprising Working
line of
wear
of woolens also a complete
eoods ;
coats , Ulsters Goods and , UJsteretts Novelties worked in Neckwear from the for finest the Holidays. Hats , Oaps , Gloves , &c.f 'cmst ,
Furnishing thasa
that
stock of clothing. Well-known to the public
make way for our immense Spring .
goods were the best selected stock ever brought to this market.
' CHOTHiNG HOUSE
ELGUTTER'S MAMMOTH ,
$60,000. 1001 Farnham St. , Cor 10th. $60,00T (
) T
lie
stlc
hil-
th.
ir-
En
iety
Absolutely Pure ,
Uatla from Grape Cream Tartar. No other
preparation makes such liht , fliky hot breads ,
Ing or luxurious pastry. Can bocatbn by dvs'eptica
without fear ot the Ills resulting from he ry In
digestible food.
S Sold only In cans bv all Oroccrj.
, ROYAL BAKIBO POWDIR Co. N w ]
nd
DISEASES OF THE EYE ,
Ear and Throat.
DE.L. B. GEADDY
wo OCULIST * AURIST & LARYNGIST.
fthV. (
V.ho
ho Office Over Kennara's Drag Store ,
led
tv , Corner of 14th and Douglas Sta.
.61
noyl8-3m
er ,
icbof ofre FERRY ON ICE.
: re
to I hare bridged the approaches to the river.
190 Ice opposite cast end Jones street m > kln ? a
enof pleannt , easy and safe crossing at the nominal
of toll , viz :
10
nd Horseman each 5c.
ndm One Horse and Wagon lOc.
Two Horses and Wagon 15c.
" ' return
someday lOc.
1C8re Foot-men Free.
re ,
en jr. x& . 3E
en"i December ISth , 1880.
"i
"iot J. H. FLIEGF.L & GO.
Successors to J. H. TOIELE ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
No. 1220 Douglas Street ,
QTS/T A .
oclli'
< PCC weet in your own town , lerma n
lJ > DD outatfte * . Addreqt H.
nlud.M
AGENTS FOR DEVLIN & CO. ,
TIECIEi
BOSTONGLOTHiN
GLOTHiN
GLOTHiN10USE ,
FARN1HM STREET.
VIARHOFFS TRUNK FACTORY.
The largest and best assortment of
Pranks and Valises in the West. Telescopic Cases
and Sample Trunks a Specialty.
i. H. MARHOFF , - - - . PROP. ,
11Y 14th St. . S Doors North or Douglas St.
50OOO
JHEAP ! CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST
MAX MEYER & BRO.
repose for the next ninety (90) ( ) days to sell their
ntire stock of
Diamonds , Watches ,
Jewelry , Clocks ,
SilverWare ,
Pianos A Organ ?
GENERAL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Which is from 15 to 20
it Manufacturing ; Prices , per
cent , below any Eastern Wholesale House ,
preparatory to moving into their
; eN Store , Cor. llth & Farnham
We Mean Business. Come and be Convinced ,