Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 01, 1881, Page 7, Image 7

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010 harntiam , bet. Oth and 10th Street * .
> Onoconylyonr , In adMkncop.Bt ( | IJ.110.00 )
months " ' . . . . 6.0
months " " . . . . s.oo
\ Omaha No. C through passenger , It
. m. No. 4 , Oakland pviscngcr , 8:30a. m.
Arrive Omaha No. 1 , through pafwonger , S:5fl :
m. No , 3 , Oakland iwwwcngcr , 6:30 : p , ui ,
G , II. & Q. 6 a. nw 3:40 : p. m ,
C. & N. W. . 0 a. m. 3:40 : p. m.1
C. , U. I. & P. , G a. m. Slo : p. m.
K. 0. , St. J. i 0. II. , leaves at H a. in. ard C:30 :
p. m. Arrives at St. LoulJat 0:30 : a. m. and 6:82 :
p. m ,
W. , St. L.A : P.leaver at 8 a. m. and S:40p. :
fa. Arrives at St. Louis nt 0:10 : a. m. and 7:30 :
. m ,
n. & U. In Neb. , Through Ktproes , RIO a. m ,
II. & M. Lincoln Kxpro 3-S 10 p. m.
U 1' ExproM , 12lb : p. m.
O. & R. V. ( or llnoln , 10:80 : a. m.
O. A U. V. for OsccoU , 9:40 : a. m.
U. I' , rrclght No. 6 , 6:30 : a. m.
U. P. freight No. 9 , 8:16 : a. m.
V. P. freight No. T , 0:10 p. m. emigrant.
U. P. freight No. 11 8:28 : p. m.
C , B. A Q. . 6:00 : a. m. 7:26 : p m.
C. ft N. W.B:45 : a. m. 7:26 p. m.
C. U , I. & P. , 9:46 : a. m. 9:05 : p. m.
K. C. , St. Joe & 0 B. , 7:40 : a. ru. 8:46 : p.m
O. ft R. V. from Lincoln 12:12 : p. m.
U. P. Express 3:26 p. m.
n & M. in Nob. , Through Express 4:16 : p. m.
U. & M. Lincoln Express 9 40 a tr.
U. P. Freight No. -l:40 : p. m.
No. 0 4:28 : p , m. Emigrant ,
No. 8 10:50 : p. m.
No 12 11:36 : a. m.
O. ifc U * V. mixed , ar. 4:36 : p. m.
Nebraska Division ot tno Bt. Paul tt Sioux City
No. 9 leaves Omaha 8:30 : a. m ,
No. 4 leoves OmaLa 1.30 p. m
.to. 1 arrives at Oiaitia at 6:30 : p. m.
No. if arrives at Omaha at 10:50 : a. m.
couxca BLcrrs.
Leave Omaha at 3:00 , 9:00 : and 11:00 : a. m. ;
1:002:00.3:00 : : : , 4:00 : , 6:00 : and 0:00 : p. m.
Leave Council Bluffs at 8:26 : , 9:26 : , 11:26 : a. m. ;
1:25 , 2:26 : , 8:26 , 4:26 : 6:25 : and 0:25 : p. in.
Sunilaja Tl-o dummy l a\o Omaha at 0:00 :
and ; 2:00 : , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p.m. Leaves
Council Bluffs at 9:25 : and 11:26 a. Di.j 2:26 : , 4:26 :
and 5:2i : p. m.
bpanlng and Closing of Malls.
toon. oriw. rnxwu.
a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m.
Chlcogo&N. W . 11.00 9:50 : 4:30 : 2:40 :
'Chicago , K I. & Pacific. 11:00 : 9.00 4:30 : 2:40
Chicago , B. & 0 . 11:00 : 90 4:30 : 2:40 :
Wabaah . .T . 12:30 : 4:30 : 3:40 :
Sioux City and Pacific. . 11:00 : 4:30 :
Union Pacific . 6:00 : 11:40 :
3tnahafcR.V . 4,00 11:40 :
R&U. InNeb . 4:00 : 8:40 : 6:30 :
Omaha & Northwestern. 4:30 : 7:30 :
Local malla for Htato of Iowa leaf e but once a
day , viz : 4:30a.m. :
A Lincoln Mall U aio opened at 10:30 : a. m.
Offlco open SunJjun from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
T1I08. P HALt P. M.
Business Hirectorv.
Abstract arid Real bstate.
JOHN L. McCAOUE , opposite Post Offlco.
W. B. BAUTLETT 317 South 13th Street.
Room CrciRhton Block.
A , T. LAROE Jr. . Room 2 , Ciolzhton Block.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Boots and Shoes. A gocd assortment of
borne work on hand , corner 12th and Ilarnoy.
THOS. ERICKSON , S E. cor. 16th and Douglas.
805 10th street , manufactures to order good work
kt fair prices. Repairing done.
Bed Springs ,
J. F. LARRIJIER Manufacturer. 1617 Dourlust.
Books , News and Stationery.
J. I. FKUEHAUF 1016 Farnham Street.
Butter and Eggi.
. .McSHANE & SCHROEDER , thu oldest B. and E.
-bousoiu Nebraska established 1876 Omaha.
eouthweflt corner IRthand Dodge.
Bout Board for the Manny.
' lUtiefactlou Ouaranteed.
> Ucala at all Hours.
Board by the Da > , Week or Month.
Good Terms for Cash.
Furnlihwl Unnms Siippllud.
Carriages and Road Wagon * .
Wil SNYDER , 14thandHarncyStreeta.
Jewe era.
JOHN BAUMKR 1311 Farnham Street
H. BEP.THOLP , Raga and Metal.
Lumber , Lime and Cement.
FOSTER & GRAY corner tlth and Douglas SU.
Lamps and Glassware.
J. CONNER 1309 Dotujlas St. Good Variety.
Merchant Tailor * .
Ona of oar most jmpular Merchant Tailors li ro
eelvin the latest deulgna ( or Spring and Summer
Goods ( or ( 'entleracn a wear. StylUli , durable ,
and prices low aa over 21B 13th bet. Uoinr.&Farii.
MRS. C. A. RINGER , Wholesale and Retail , Fan
cv Goods In great rarioty , Zcjihyra , Canl Uoanls
Hosiery , Glen cs , Corsets , &c. Ohoapcat House In
' the West. Purchasers save 30 per cent. Order
br Mall. 116 FKteenth Street.
JOHN WEARNE & SONS , cor. 14th & Jackson its
Hour and Feed.
OMAHA CITY'MILLS , 8th and Farntum Strt. ,
Welnuana liros. , proprietors.
Z. STEVENS , 21st hctwocn CumlnR and Irar
T. A. McSllANE , Corn. 23d and Curalng Htrcets.
hurdwaie , Iron and Steal.
OLAN & LANGWORTHY , Wholcaolo , 110 ant1
112 16th utrut
A. HOr.MF.S corner IBth and California.
Harneiit , Baddies , &c.
R. WEIST 20 13th St. bet Farn. A lUrney. /
ANFIELD HOUSE , Oe3. CanflelJ.Oth & Farnh-iDi
DORAN HOUSE , P. H. Gary , 913 Farnham lit.
SLAVEN'fl HOTEL. F. SUien , 10th St. IK
Southern Hotel , Gus. Ilamcl Oth ifc Leavonworth
Clothing Uought.
C .SIIAW will pay hlchtst Cash prlco ( or second
band clothlnr. Corner 10th and Farnham.
OR. PAUL , vnillama' Illock , Cor. 16th & Dodge.
Drugi , Paint * and Oils. of
'Pbarauclits , Fine vnno UooJs , Cor , lito .nd
, J. WHITKIIOUFK , Wholesale & Retail , 16th Bt.
, C. FIELD , 2022 > orth Sldo Cumlng Street.
PARR , Drutglst , lOUi and Howard StrooU.
Dry Goods Notions , Etc.
New York Dry Goods Store , 1310 and 1312 Full'
him tr ot. ! ll
D. C. Enewold also boots and shoes Tth & PudnV.
A F. GROSS , New and Second Hand Furniture
nd Stoves , 1114 DouelM. Ulgbe t cash price
aid ( or second liana BOOOI.
BONNER 1S09 Douyl * nt. Fine goods , &c. :
Fence Worki.
OUST , FHIES&CO. , 1213Hnrncyfit , Improxe-
ed Ice ItoxuH , Iron and Wood Fences , Ottlce
rUlllniri. Cflimtoro of I'lno and Walnut.
Cigar * and Tobacco.
WEST fc KIUTSCIIKU , manufacturers ol Clg r ,
and Wholcmlo Dealers In Tobaccos. 1305 Douglas
W , F. LOUKNZUN uuuufacturcr BlllC-tliotiect.
A , Don hnt , pUnto , tut ( lower * , Kvyln , boqvet
etc. N , W , cor. feth ftnJ Douoliui street * .
Civil Engineer ! And Surveyor * .
ANDtlKW nOSKWATKU , Crcljhton ( Illock
Town Simcj , Gnule and Sewerage Sj-etcmi
UommUilon Merchnntt.
D n , 1IKP.MKR. For details roe largo ndcrttmv
mcnt In Ihillv und Weekly.
Cornice Works ,
Wratern Comlco Works , MsmifiKtiireni Ire
Oornlcv , Tin , Iron nnd Slate Keening , Onlcrs
from any locality | iroin-lly | c\t > cut l In the bo
mniincr. Kuctorjnnd Olllc * 1S13 Ha nicy St.
iron cornutti , rtirulow Cow | , vie.
inanulncturnl nnd put up In ixiiy p rt of Ih
ooimtrr. T , SINHOI.U 4lo Tlilrtocnt
Crocker ' .
J , CONNER ICOODouziMntrwO. Oootlllne
Clothing and Furnlihlng Qoodt ,
QKO. It. PETKU80N. Alw llMt , Oxps , BooU
Shoes , Notions mid Cutlery , S04 S. 10th etrcet.
netrlgcr ton , Canflold'i Patent.
0. F. GOODMAN llth St. t > ct. f'arn.
BhowOaie Manufactory. )
0. J. WItUE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all klndi of Show
Owes , Upright Cases , a . , 1317 Cau St.
FRANK U GERHARD , proprietor Omah
Show duo manufactory , 813 South 16th street
between I. u enwortli and Marcy. All good
narrantod flrnt-daiu.
Pawnbroker * .
n09RNFFJP. 10th St. . het. far. AHar
Btovei ana Tinware.
Dealer In Stoves and Tinware , and Manufacture
of Tin Roots and all kinds ol Uulldlng Work
Odd Fellows' lilock.
J. BONNER. 1809 Doutrltu St. Good and Cboap
Seed * .
J. EVANS , Wholesale ami Retail Seed DrlUi am
Cultivator ) ! , Odd Fellow * Hall.
Physicians an i Surgeons.
W. S. GIBns , M. D. , Hoom No 4 , Crolghton
niock , 15Ui Street.
P. B. LEISKNRINO , * 1. D. Uaaordo Block.
G. L. IIAUT , M. U. , Kje and Ear , opp. poetotBc
Ocullet and AurUt. 8..W 15th and Farnham 8t <
Grand Central Gallerr ,
212 Slxtoonth Street.
near Masonic Hall. Pint-clnaj Work and Prompt
ne H guarantccp
Plumbing , Qas and Steam Fitting.
P. W. TARPY & CO. . 2181Kb St. , hot. Farnham
and Douglas. Won promptly attended to.
D. HTZPATRICK , U09 Douclas Street.
Palntlne nn aper anting.
HENRY A. KOSTKUS. 141 Dod e Stroet.
Shoe Stores.
Phillip tanir , 1320 Farnham et. bet 13th & lith
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS & LEAR. 1410 DoUk'Us St. . New and
Jecond Hand Furniture , House Furnishing Goods
&c. . bought and field on narrow marring.
In the new brick block on DoiiKloa Street , hai
Just opened a moat elegant Uccj Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
o cry day.
" Caledonia " J FALCONER. 679 16th Street.
CHAS. KIEWE , lOlVi Farnham bet. 10th & lltd
09 Cent Stores.
P. C HACKUS. 1205 Farnhiim St. . Fancy Ooodi
ILEB & CO. ,
Sole Manufacturers , OM4J3A.
217 and 219 North Main St. , St. Louts , ,
Printers Stock.
3rCash paid for Rags and Paper Stock , Sera
Iron and Metals.
Paper Stock Warohouoes 1229 to 1237 , North
To Nervous Sufferers
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
It Is a positive euro for Spcrmatoi rhea , Scmlna
Weoknefw , Impotancy , and all dUoajra resulting
from Self-Abuse , an Mental Anxloty , LOBS'
Memory , 1'alm In thu Utck or Bldo. and diseases
that lead to
inunnity and
The Specific
Mmlkluo la
being used
with wonder
ful eucceiu.
Mint free to all. Write for them and get full par
Price , Specific , { 1.00 per package , or fix pacb.
tgei for $6.00. Adilrcca all onlen to
Koa. 104 and 100 Main Bt. Du3alo , N. Y.
Sold In Omaha by C. I7. Oooilman , J. W , Bull ,
, K Ih , and all drugl teovory > vher .
Professor Fisher , ( from St. Louis ) Danrlnif Ac
ademy , Standard Hall , cor , Fifteenth and Farn-
ham , Tuesday evening , September Oth.
ClafWM for Ladlea and Oentloinoncomincncln
Tucdday nonlnn September Oth ; clainoHtor
Hbsert and llatitora , commencing Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock. C'lamoi for Kumlllen , will ho .
irranKod to ult the honorable jutrotis. Also
ballet dancing can he taiiKht.
Turmx liberal , and | ier/ect atl factlon to echo ] .
ira RiuranU'tid. I'rh ate Instructions wl ) > o glr-
at the Dancing AciJemy or at the valdonce
the patronj.
1'rhato ordcu oj oe left atllai Jl yer &
Mary J. Holmes.
Just imbllshodi Madeline. A splendid new
> ol by MRS. MARY J. HOLMKH , wnoso no\cls
idl so enormously , and are read and re read
wth euch Intcrett. llLautUully bound ; price ,
" . 'Also handsome newodltlonsoMr ( . Holmes'
ithtr works Ttniliokt an I Nuimhlne , Lena
> cM. Edith Lyle , Kdna Browning , Marian Grey ,
IVcHt Lawn , Forcut House , itc , , etc.
A Changed Heart. Another Intensely Inter.
no cl hyMAV AONJH FLFIIINO , author ol
llose caiiltal novel * Guy Earlscourt'n Wife , A
bVondcrful Woman , Mid Marriage , Hllcrit and
Pruo , Lout ( or a Woman , etc. lieautlully bound ;
irlce , 9I.W. _
G. wTcAnLETON & CO. ,
OatJIdcodlm. I'ubllnhoH , N. Y. City.
Edward W. Simeral ,
The Dronn nnd Jcwoliy of n Tnrh
lilt Bride An Amoricum I < ndjr
In n Harem.
Constantinople C'orrc > | > ondeiica Cincinnati O.i
I tliink the rondora of Tlio
will bu intutoatud in n doacription
a qrnnd Turkish wedding wliiolt
attundi'd the other Uny.
Tlio inviUtiou oaino to througl
thu wito of nn Italian jiliysician , niu
\vaa for * 410 o'clock" a sfrani o hou
wo tliouglit but it proved to bo II
o'clock Turkish , which la about
o'clock ' in the afternoon , n lit Frank
Turkish tiino is reckoned by the sun
nnd is ahvnys n problotn to pconli
keopini ! Ftank tiniu ; nnd the Turks
to bo exact , must liavo their watcho.
changed uvery day.
AVe were n jwirtvof eight nil ladies
no gentlemen must ho seen in the
haromlik , thoui > h this rucoption wa.
nt tlio house of the biidegroom. Th
sons take their brides to the fathor'c
house , nnd if it becomes cromlot
additional rooma uro built.
Wo futlud the gates nt the oiite
wall thrown wide open. A man serv
ant stood inside to acu that nil left tin
overshoes in the court. To these o
us who had not worn shoes that couli
bo removed ho made n deprecatory
salaam , as if to say , "Your pardon
ma'nm , " nnd wiped the bottom of our
shoos with n damp spon o. ( llov
much time nnd patience yes , niu
money - our housewives would bi
saved if a like cleanly custom existei
in America , for I f.tucy this is ono
secret of the Turkish carpets lastinj
for generations ; that no dirt from tin
streets is ever brought in onto them.
Wo were then motioned to go up the
Btair.sand were first taken to thu
mother of the bridegroom , who wai
seated on a high divan , nnd rccoivot
us with many salaams , but did no
rise She had a quilted sacque , o
delicate lemon colored satin , lined urn
trimmed with fur , thrown ever her
shoulders ( the morning had boonrninj
and it was atill cool ) , and hnr cthoi
garments were made of rich Orienta
stuffs ; her head handkerchief was
plain , but decorated in front with dia
A young lady dressed in drab silk ,
made in tlio latest Parisian fashion
with feathora and diamond ornaments
in her hair , received us standing , aak-
nd us to bo seated , nnd ordered codec
to bo brought to us. Wo sat upon low
divans which were built next to the
walls of the room , and are piled witl
cushions covered with beautiful oni
broidery in silk and gold thread. The
colTeo was brought by three servants ,
ono bearing the silver tray with the
tiny China cups and zarfs ( holders ) o
liligreo silver , set with gems ; another
the cofiep pot , which was silver , am
was carried in an elaborate dish hung
by long silver chains , resembling ai
incense burner , nnd the third handoc
us the cups.
After a time "sweotmcata" worr
brought and served with great ole
ganco. The water was in gold goblets _
the spooliolcers ) ] of Bohemian glass
sot in silver frames , and the jars' fo ;
the "sweets" equally rich and elegant
But partaking of thu talli is not easy
if not to the "manner born. " Iliac
fortunately had previous lessons nnc
could do it native fashion. A goblo
of water is provided for each guest
two spoonholdora , ono for the spoon :
before they are used and ono for soil
ed spoons. You take a spoon , fill il
with talli ( which is always something
sweet and delicious , cither irmdo" o
oranges , citron , currants with the
seeds all picked out with a needle
rosn petals , or what is most delicious
a sugar paste flavored with flowers
violets , acacia , lavender , etc. ) , tak
it all into the the spool
in the proper holder , take a glass o and drink until the talli is en
tirely washed down the throat. This
must bo tlono as speedily as poss bio ,
however much you may wish to hnvo
the "sweetness long drawn out. "
Wo remained in this room some
time , these who know Turkish carry
ing on the conversation. The elderly
ladies seemed to bo assembled here.
Many of them were dressed in broosa
gauzes and silks , made in quaint ,
nmplc fashion , but wearing rich
jewels ono were thohansomcst omor-
ld ring I hnvo ever scon. While the
visiting was at its height a lady spreat ;
lior prayer carpet in a corner of the
room , with her face toward Mecca ,
threw a light shawl ever her head , and
wont through with her devotions ,
often bowing her head to the floor.
No ono seemed to mind it at all , nnd
when she rose she immediately joined
again in conversation.
From this room wo were conducted
: o the room where the bride was to sit
n state.
At ono end of the room was a very
ligh divan , so high as to require a
step to climb onto it , covered with
iatin of bright colors , and orer itwero
Branches of artificial flowers , and
insel ornaments , forming quite a
canopy. The room was handsomely
urnishod chairs and sofas covered
vitli damask silk , window draperies of
ho same material , and carpet to match
u color ; the ceiling was beautifully
rescood in arabesque patterns , The
eats wcro gradually filled with ele-
mntly dressed ladies silks and eatina
rith long trains ; feathers and diamond
> rnamontB in the hair. Ono dress of
onion colored satin , elaborately trim-
ted with white lace and festooned
vith flowers , was especially rich and
The bride was led in by two elderly
women , very simply droned , except
or the diamonds flashing on their
.urbans , and followed by a little girl
leaving her train , She walked very
oliburately through the long room , i
nd climbed to herplacoundertho can- i
py of ( lowers ; the women took scats
n either side of her , and the little
irl took a uoat on the step in front of
lie divan , ,
The dross of the bride was of blue >
ilk covered with embroidery in gold
Jireud and aeed pearls. The veil was
iluo gauze , to match the droRM , and
ell to the floor ; ever this was gold tin-
el in fine threads , hanging in masses
s long as the veil. Theao were fas-
uned with a tiara of diamond orim-
nenta , sprays of flowers , and leaves ,
nd diamonds were stuck upon her
oiohead , each cheek , and the chin ;
nd she were ( several rings outaido of
lor gloves.
Wo had no Hcruploa about gazing at
icr , forflho was there to bo looked at ,
ho could not move n muaclo of her
ace , as you can imagine , with all those
rnaiiiont.i upon it , Shu did not up-
ear young or beautiful , which was not
trangu with Huch disfiguromeiitB.
In un outer room the "unbi'Jden"
guests assemble. On such occasion
the house is open for every 0110 ( t
coinu into the hall in the coutor of the
h USD , nnd the bride was led out fo
Iho common poodle to get a look n
her niiigniticonco , There wan a crowc
of village women fl ynslnnnk ant
forodji coming and going.
Behind a screen in this hall wore
musicians who make the fun for the
occasion , Turkish music _ is unlike
any ether hnrdly Classic-but ! i
nuiro thrilling nnd exciting than any ]
have over hoard. Some of the natives
pooped behind Iho screen , nnd there
was giggling and laughing , but 1 sup
pose it was too Oriental for ns to bo
allowed to see or hear much of it.
IJeforo wo loft wo were shown the
bridal bod. The bedstond was pro
fusely gilded nnd hunt ; with s.ttiu
damnsk ; the shoots and pillow case
were of Iho finest linen'lieiuslitched
nnd embroidered with vines in silver.
There woio two yonjhhns or com
forters ono of blue silk covered with
gold embroidery , the other pink silk
thickly sot with gilt spangles.
The wedding festivities continue n
week , partly at the homo of the bride
nnd partly nt the homo of the i > room.
The reception which I have de
scribed is about the last Then tlio
life with the mothor-in-law begins.
The bride citu not speak in her presence -
once , unless she ( a given pormisRion ,
for years , perhaps not ever , if slu
takes a dislike to her , nnd she is called
the bride until a nowcr-married per
son is brought to the house.
The bargain for the bride is made
by the mothers , nnd the engagement
consummated by the young lady
breaking n sugar plum in two pieces ,
eating half nnd sending half to the
young man whoso mother is suing
for her. The engagement may bo
made when the girl is seven or uichl
years old , and from that day the child
must not bo looked upon by any man
out of her .own family , nnd 1 have
soon little girls playing in the gardens
and streets covered with thu yuahiiink
who could not have been ninre than
eight or nine years of ago , if ns old
ns that oven.
Wo have nlso attended a 1'rotestnnl
Amonian wedding. Tina was nt the
country house < < f the sister of the
bride , up the Bosphorus nt Buyuk-
dero. Yo thought ourselves very un
fortunate when wo reached the seal a
nnd saw the stcninor moving out ol
the bay , but it proved n fortunate
miss , for the row in n , caique was meal
delightful. The day wna perfect , the
water calm nnd nearly as clear and
transparent ns the air , as we could see
the pebbles nnd seaweed nt the bottom
of the Bosporus where the water was
six or eight fathoms deep.
The luniao stood high on the hill
and was entered by n Ilight of white
stops ; the interior combined orientnl
luxury with occidental conveniences.
Lordly plants nnd llowers ornamented
the rooms , and wo were received by
the Judy of the house most cordially ,
and give boquets of lovely llowors.
A largo room was filled with .seats ,
nnd hero the company assembled for
the ceremony , which proved to bo a
very long one like a regular Sabbath
service an address , prayers , and the
singiug of hyinni. They wished it to
bo solemn , religions ceremony , as far
removed from their former .supersti
tion ? and foolish rites as possible.
The bride was handsomely dressot
in white , and it was n very pretty
sight to see her , nftor the ceremony
was ever , go to her mother and ether
aged relatives , and almost kneeling
before them , kiss their hands. Thej
immediately raised her up and hissei
her upon the chock.
Wo had an elaborate dinner ton 01
twelve course , mostly of Turkiul
dishes-pilaf , dolmahs , etc. , but id
very nice , as they were prepared witl :
very sweet olive oil. The table linei ;
and furniture are very handsome nnc
rich , nnd wo sat down and ute as wo
would in America. There were only
two Americans present , besides our
uelves , but nearly nil could talk Eng
lish , and' it was tiuly pleasant to set
such a company celebrating a marriage
in such an enlightened , ChriaUai
Liquid Gold.
Dan'l Plank , ot Brooklyn. Tioga county
Pa. , dcsciibcs it thus : "I rode thirty
mi'es for n bottle of THOMAS' KOLKOTUU
On. , which effected thu wonderful euro o :
a crooked limb in nix Application ) ) ; il
proved worth moro than gold to me. "
She Was a Graduate of Vossnr
'With Peculiar lodns-
Detroit Tost.
She was a graduate of Vassar , nnd
when she married Julius Augustus
Smytho , was vury much like another
. 'oung lady who ha.s been embalmed
n .song :
MI'HR I'nllas Andora von Ultirky ,
Who didn't know chicken from turkey ;
ligh .Spanish anil Greek slie could fluent
ly Hpeak ,
l-iutherJtiiowledye of poultry won murky.
However , aho told Julius AugustuB
hat aho waa a good housekeeper be
cause hur mother and grandmother
voro , and it ran in Ihu family , So ,
in the ntionyth of thin , ho went fo
tousokuopiiii , ' . She bought a sweet
ittlo morocco covered notebook and
an embroidered market basket , and
arrioda gold pencil , wnro an lusthutio
iiorning costume , and appeared like a
ision of delight before the magnates
of the cleaver nt the Central market
"Oh , the dear , sweet , cunning little
> igs , " aho exclaimed , standing at an
ildermaniu stand where little
oaators wore on exhibition. I'll take
couple of these ; how much are they
pair ? "
"Five dollars for two , " was the
calistic answer ,
"lan't that rather lii 'li ? I guess
' 11 take a yard of beefsteak and a
ourid of chewing gum instead , nnd
oiiio oh , yes ! some sweet breads ,
uliua Haid ho wanted aomo ; nice ,
reali onus , please , with plenty of rai-
ina in them. "
Then she nailed over to a ploutry
tand ,
"JJavo you any chickens ? " oho
aked of thu woman in attendance ,
"Ifcapa of 'urn , " waa the reply.
"JIow much do they coat a heap ? "
ho anked in a rather faint voice ,
"Half a dollar apiece , mam. "
"Wfll , Bond up a piece to my rosi-
enco , " and oho turned to thu next
itull and picked up HOIIIU iiackn ea that
ookod very nice , "What in that
weut utufl' that amolla BO lovely1 ? ' nliu
taked of n red headed boy that stood
ehind thu table.
"Limhurger , miss , and it's ju&t
splendid ) tastci ever so much boiler
than it smells have one ? "
She took one and then she aaked the
Iwy where they sold quail on toast.
"Ain't any in the market , " imawor-
ed the young reprobate. "Mother's
gone after n load , though , and we'll '
solid you some nt soon nsthey are in , "
"What nro these lovely navy bine
berries ? " she inqtiiicd. "They will
just match my china. You may send
me ft bushel.1'
Finally she decided to try n quart ,
which who carried herself in the artis
tic basket.
"Hnvo you nny lion fruit ? " aho nsk
ed sweetly of AH old follow in n while
apron ,
Ho scratched his ear \\itli a ponci
for n moment : "Mohbo you me.n
liYsjgs , " ho volunteered.
These she also took charge of , ns
she wanted to make nn omelet for
Juliim Augustus.
Hut she never did , or rather , whoi
she got homo theomlet was made witli
liberal admixture of blueberries , nnd
the I font ot her a'sthetic drew was
ruined. Added to this wns nn odor
that sent Julius into spasms nnd
frightened the cat to death the lim
burger had melted.
Tlio Vnssar girl did justice to high
Spanish and Greek in thu explanation
that ensued , and thu next day they
burned the morocco note-book nnd
wont to boarding.
You nto nick ; well , there N m t one reme
dy that u ill euro you beyond ixwKihllity < T
doubt. If H'H l.lver or Kidney trouble ,
( . 'oiiMiimiitiVn , ] ) ynej | lft. Debility ,
"Well1 * Health Hencwer" U y ur hope ,
St. DriiKgut Depot , C. V , ( .loo
U in aim.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
Bnoklin jvrmcrt SnXvo.
Iho beat salve in the world for outs ,
bruises , sores , ulcers , Bait rheum ,
fever sprea , totter , ohapi > ed hands ,
ctiillblmns , corns and all kinds ol
skin eruptions. This salvo is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or monay refunded. ' Price ,
2f > o per box. For sale by
Cambridge , Neb ,
1,000,000 iu ( eminent land open to Homo.
nUviila. l'ro-ei ] > tJoiiB ami Tlmlinr clnlinn. VOC
choice IniproviMl clalnia for sain or cxdnn o. SCO
of the boxt dooJwl livnni in HouthwoUvrn Kcbriw.
kalth timber mid \vaUv for tnltx A few choice
stock nxnclXB wilhtencnl llclJc , timber , hay nixl
water , for ale , otivnp , Corrcaixiudcnco Hollcltwl ,
Election Proclamation on Court
HOUBO Approprintion.
At n session of tliu hoiml of Couiitv Conunlv
flomrsot tin ) county of Douglas In the Htato o !
Nu ra-ska , holacu on the 4th day ol October , A ,
U. 1SS1.
The follauln action uns taken ! > y the boartl
with ultli rvsjicct to timconittructlon of n Court
, Owlns ; to the enhanced \nlue of
labor lui-l material it IK liii ] > o sllilu to erect a
Court HOMMJ Hultablo for thn piuposo of wild
county for the num iloHltinatod In the proclunn-
tlon for the l-mio nt lioiuli for thu o.inl ruction ol
ft Court House , 8iibn.lttcd to the puopla Noem
her 2nd , ISM ) ; ami
M'llKii'Af , After tutao thormili1r | ndtertMng
the innttcr the lov\c t rctponnllilii Md for thu
construction of A Court lloime that would bo tlru
pkoof and nail Data meet the tucili nf the coun
tv , amountH'o Olio Hundred and Ninoty-iljht
'thousand Dollanand ;
U'IIKKBIR , The lalanco of fund * ncccsrary tc
const nut a miitnbla Court llouto can bo Hiumllo'i '
from thuKcliernl ruxonuoof the lounly without
any addltloml levy that now authorized by Uw ,
but tliu ijiKiitlon oj mich approprlntlon unict
llrKt bo submitted to the olcctora of tmld county
tlu'rctoro , it i
] ( iiUKii , That the following i > ro | > oiltloTi bo
and the Kama in hereby tmhmlttcu to the quail
lied elector * of paid county of DmiKlaK , to-wlt :
bhtll the count ) ol Douglas bo nuthorlicd it
the ) carl8 < j2 , ti apprnpitatd from the ien ra
rovoillic of Iho said county for that year out o
fund * not other uiso rcijulred for county iiur
po. ci : , thueumof Tnfinty.llu ) Thousand KolUra
and in thoyoar ISSM , from the retenuu of tint
joar out of fundd not other iHO rt < | iilr d to ;
count/ purposes the further sum of iMvnty'lh
Thousand Dollnra to old in the erection con
utruction and completion uf a Cou t Haunt
hulldliir ( in tl.o city of Omaha for county pur
Iho form In which the above proponton ! !
ho r-uliiiutteJ shall ho by ballot , ujion which
ballot shall bo printed or written , or party prlntw
or written , the words "Kor Court House Appro
pjation"or | * 'Aalii | > t Court IIounu Approprla
tlon , " and all luilota cast having thcrt'on thu
words "f'oi Court HouHuApproprlation , " Khali In
dicmcd and taken to bo In fa\or of ealil propoul
tlon , and all ballots cai > t ha\ln thereon the
uorda "Aialnkt Couit llouso Appropriation , "
a lull bo deemed anil taken to bu n lns' Kalil
praiwsitlon , and It two.lhirdsof the voton casl
ut the diction hereinafter proiidcd In thin be
half bo in fat or of the above proposition , it shall
ho deemed and taken to bo curried.
Tlio wild proposition hhull ho6lcil upon al
the general ilectlun to bo held In tliocounty ol
loUKlai , tita'.u of Nuhraxkii , on the 8th day ol
November , A. U. 1SS1 , at thu following named
Omaha Precinct No. one , (1) ( ) Kellx Bla\on's
grocer } ; Tenl h street.
Omaha Precinct No. two , (2) ( ) at Jerry JIo-
honcy'H Rroccjy etoro.
Omaha I'rccfntt No. three , (3) ( ) Dr. Hyde's of-
IK'o , cor. Douglas and Twelfth streets.
Omaha 1'rcclni.t No. four , (4) ( ) Sheilfl'u olllco
court lioueo.
Omaha Precinct No. fl > e , (5) ) Holmes' hard
ware store , Hixtecnth and California utrueU ,
Omaha Precinct No. six , ( n ) No. 1 Krigtnu
lloiiao , Twentieth and Izard uticuts.
Betatogn I'roclnct School house near
nlng's ,
Klorencu I'reilnct Florence liottl.
Union Pri'clnctr IrvliiRton rchool house ,
Jcffcrnon I'reclnct School liouso in district
No , 41.
Klkhorn I'reclnct Klkhoni f chool houso.
PUttu Valley I'reilnct School houito at Water
oo.Chi -ago I'reclnct School hou o at Klkhorn
Milliard I'reclnct Mlllard school liousa.
ilcArillo I'reclnct McArdlonchool hoiirn.
DOIIK an I'reclnct HOIIBU of J C. Wilcox.
Wutt Omaha I'rcclnct school housu ntar
And which election will bo oponcd at 8 o'clock
n the morning ami ulll conllniicd ojKin until U
o'clock In the aftu uoon ot thu HAIIIO dny.
1) ) . 1' . KN10IIT ,
I' . W. COKM8B ,
Coimtv CoiniulsHlonfrg.
[ 8 AI. . ] JOHN It. ilANCIU'STKIl.
County Cltrk.
. ,
f % -r. yi j * " ! , * * . * ! ft
Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc.
Call at Office , Room 8 , OrclRliton Block , Omaha.
Prof , W , J , Andor'8 ' Soloot Danc
ing Acailomy ,
A. Hospe , Jr. Hall , 1510 Dodge St.
Class ( or Kentlemen commencing Tuonday even-
nOct. \ . 4. Clan * ( or ladlus cnnimencinK Thuri-
uTOturilriir , Oct. 0. Terms liberal. The tax
iitthod ) 1 hate ( or teaching the WalU , Olldn ,
; c. , I can ( { uarauteu perfect b.'itl faUlon o
cbolarn. For ternm , &r. , call at A. lloniw , r , ,
r aildrms lllfl Canltol A > B. slTdlin
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of tltlu to all Rml
Sstt4i In Omaha anil Dnuiflm oonntv _ tnavtf
M'.NOTIt ( ! 0 KIJ15T , OltKHN'AI. WI'.IOHT 80,000 I'OUNJJS.
Hie crt.itont natural ciirloilty on Kaitli. Krr one week oiihrommencliiit MONDAY , OCTO-
IIKR , 31 t. Ninth street , bctncin JarVnon and Joni. * . OmMia. ADMISSION 25cW Chll.lreu,15cts.
(3IR ( - & . TUsT G-
While our Work is better , our Prices are Lower
than all others. '
I received all of the SIX FIRST PREMIUMS
offered for Competition in our line
Over All Competitors.
For the Best Watch Work ,
For the Best Jewelry , ( own make. )
For the Best Engraving ,
For the Best Diamonds ( own importation )
Having lately enlarged inv workshops nnd putting in now . .nd improved ma
ry , I hope to atill nioro intprovo the ( { uality and Finish of our
ork nnd till orders with more promptnoa than IB usual.
My Motto has always been and always will bo : "First to gain superior facill
ties and then advertise the fact not before no wild advertisements.
Some unprincipled dealers being in the habit of cwpying my.
announcements , I would bog you , the reader of this , to
draw a line between snuh copied advertisements
nnd those of Youra very truly ,
The Reliable Jeweler , Omaha , Neb. ,
Sign of the Striking Town Clock.
A ,
Have received and are now exhibiting in their Beau
tiful and Commodious roooa , up stairs , the largest and
best selected stock of Ladies' and Children's
CLOAKS to be found in the West. We have arrang
ed on forms and in cases recent importations of
In Satin De Lyon and Mattlesse Silk with Plush and Pur trim
ming. Also Novoltioa in Plain Sicillian Silk and French
Diagonal Cord with Passementerie trimming , all
of which we ara ottering at a very
moderate price.
Our stock of Ulsters and Jackets are equal to anything shown ,
in any of the Loading Metropolitan's Store. Oar stock of
Will bo found complete , and rang from 4 to 10 years , in light and dark
Colors , liomo and examine our Stock , and you will bo satisfied we have the
beat and cheapest assortment to bo found in the Wont.
Latest Styles of Men's , Boys' and
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
A. L. STRANG , 206 Farnam St. , Omaha.
Of the Very Latest Styles.
16th Street , bet. Ocvpitol Avenue and Davenport , Furs mada
t j order and Eepairiugnoatly done . olOt