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TUB OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1681.
ANOTHER EMBEZZLER ,
The Lnto Station and Express
Ayont at Jnckaou , Nob. , iii
Jnil for Porcery ,
Bad BuitinosA Hnblts-A Well
Worked Up Cnso A Forgiv
Blouv City Journal.
G. G. Motcalf , recently station
ngent of the St. Pnul road nt J nek-
son , Neb. , and ngunt of the American
express company nt that town , now
languishes in the Dakotn City jail.
Tins change was brought about by
carelessness first , mid then by n crim
inal net to cover up this carelessness ,
It appears that ho had conducted the
business both of the express and rail
road companies in the most reckless
way. Packages sent C. 0. 1) . were
given out without collecting. Money
packages tlmt wore given the express
side of the oilico to bo sent
nway would bo opened and
the money carried until the
senders vrould como around toitf
quire why their money did not get
through to its destination , and then
ho would give back tlio money. He
gave back several sums in this way ,
to ono gentleman returning § 10 more
than he had received.
This unbusiness-liko conduct natur
ally brought ubout
A COMPLICATION OK AFFAIRS.
The auditor of the railroad Mas coin
ing to check up the ollice. There was
n. lack of $88 needed to make the
books balance , nnd the careless agent
signed the name of an express mes
senger to n receipt for a money ) nck-
ngo addressed to tlio railroad oilico at
St. Paul. Hut the railroad folks
found other irregularities , though
nothing considered criminal , and Mot-
calf was discharged. John Flinn ,
route agent of the American express
company , suspected that there was
something moro than carelessness in
the case , and suggested to the railroad
folks that Metcalf bo given a position
in some other oilico until the ntfairs of
the Jackson oilico could bo investi
gated. The ex-agent nt Jackson was
accordingly made day operator nt
Oakland , and remained there under
.surveillance until Wednesday even
Mr. Flinn had by that time untan
gled as much ns was possible of the
kinky oilico at Jackson. The books
were in such shape that it was not
possible to find nil that was done it
will bo necessary to hear from the
senders and receivers of the numerous
express packages before that can bo
done but enough was found to
justify the getting out of a warrant for
the arrest of Metcalf on a
I'HAHflE OK XMllEZZLEMKNT AND FOU-
On Wednesday morning Mr. Flinn
jff- and Superintendent Hancock of the
American Express company , nnd
Superintendent Morford of the St.
Paul company called on Metcalf at
Oakland. Ho at first denied his guilt ,
but on being confronted with a cir
cumstantial account of his misdoing
presented by Mr. Flinn , he weakened
and confessed all , including the f or
nery cf the express messenger's name.
The arrest followed and the prisoner
was brought up to Dakota City. In
order to ullow thu books of his office
to bo moro thoroughly -examined the
preliminary examination was post-
rned until the 22d inst. , when Col.
H. Swan of this city , into whoso
hands the entire case has been given ,
will appear for the two companies.
C. O. METUALF
is but a young man , barely > past his
majority. Ho came well recommend
ed from Leland , 111. , where his father ,
G. W. Metcalf , is a reputable business
man. Young Metcalf is said to have
been rather rapid in his mode of life
in Jackson , spending his substance ,
and that of the railroad and express
companies , in riotous living. Ho does
vv not appear to realize that his conduct
\ has been criminal , nnd in fact
rjooms to realize and remember
very little of what he did at Jack
son. A package of collections ,
amounting to several hundred dollars ,
which ho said lie had left in n drawer
of his desk at Jackson , cannot bo
found , nnd possibly the defalcation
may bo worse than is now supposed.
His father has telegraphed that ho
will make good to the companies the
shortages in his son's accounts , and
possibly the youth r.nd inexperience
of the offender will bo considered by
the companies and the case not. bo
prosecuted with the ardor it other
wise ) would.
Electric Light In Boston ,
Boston Jouriiil ,
The electric light is known in Bos
ton only as a means of illuminatinglargo
spaces and as a street light. The form
in which it has become familiar hero
is manifestly notadapted for oilico and
domestic use. Even wore its cost in
that form much leas than it is there
would bo small prospect of its becom
ing a rival of gas and other familiar
artificial lights in the province where
in the latter are most commonly used ,
Experiments have long been in prog
ress looking to the solution of the
problem ho'w to secure nn electric light
* % cwhioh , at a cost not exceeding that of
gas , would bo adapted to general use.
Several times it has been announced
that the problem had boon solvi-d and
that the light was about to bo pro
duced , but uutil within a few days no
evidence- has appeared in Boston , that
the solution had boon found. On
Friday mid Saturday evening , however -
over , exhibitions of an electric light
were given in the Mayor's room at the
City Hall , which were attended by n
largo number of prominent gentlemen
and which practically illustrated n
system of electric lightning that is
confidentially expected by its owners
to como at once into general use. It is
owned by the American Electric Light
Company of Massachusetts. The light
is produced by the incandescence-
csrbon in n vacuum , and tlio system
includes the subdividing of the elec
tric current BO that n number of lights
can bo operated in n single circuit. A
description of the method by which
the result is attained would involve
no many technicalities as to bo unin
teresting to tlio general reader. A
J , dsscription of the result itself , as seen
at the City Hall on Friday and Satur
day evenings , will bo moro to the
purpose. From the center of thoceil-
icg in the Mayor's room depended a
largo chandelier , in which were ni *
ranged six lamps , w1ulolcn other sim
ilar lamps were placed singly in brack
ets nrourtd the wills. All these lamps
were in ono circuit ; that is , nil weie
connected with one wiru running
from and lelurning to a dynamo-rice *
trie machine in tlio lusemont of the
building * Knch lamp was of g'ass ' ,
and in shape something like n pear ,
with the small end elongated. In the
small end appeared to bo inserted n
glass plug , through which passed two
line wires connected with which was n
filament of carbon bent like a horseshoe -
shoo and extending into the hollow of
the larger end of the jicnr. When in
place the lamp stood with the largo
end uppermost. On the under side
of the socket in which the lamp was
placed was n shut-off similar to that
by which n gas jet is turned on nnd
olf. The lamps being in position nnd
the current of electricity being turned
upon the circuit , a turn of tlio shut-oil'
connects each lamp with iho circuit ,
and the litt'u ' cii-bon is nt once n mass
of pure white light that shines with n
perfect steadiness. The glass chamber
within which this incandescence goes
on is entirely void of nir , n part of
the process of making the lump being
to exhaust every particle of nir from
the chamber. Were this not donotho
carbon filament would bo consumed
in n moment. As it is , there is simply
a very slow disintegration , Which does
not destroy the uarbon until it has
served its purpose for * n period ex
tending from six weeks to three or
four months. The light as seen at
City Hall on Friday and Saturday
nights was rem.xrkably beautiful , and
it was demonstrated to those presunt
that it is perfectly steady , is clear in
quality , nnd can be graduated nt vvill
from a very low to nn extremely high
degree- luminosity. A very pretty
experiment was made by causing one
of the lights to burn under water.
The company by which this light is
owned claim that they can furnish for
business nnd domestic use , nt n coat
not exceeding that of gns , n light that
is stronger , clearer and safer than gas ,
that is absolutely steady , owing to
the fact that the atmosphere can not
clfect it , nnd that it is healthier to
use than any other artificial light be
cause it will have no clfect on the at
mosphere. It can bo managed with
out danger by even a child , as there
is no possibility of anything moro
than a very faint shock being imparted
to any person happening to touch the
metallic connections of the lamp , and
there is no dnnger of the currant set
ting lire to woodwork near the wires.
The lamps nre very cconomioal , ns
the only portion of them that is nec
essarily destructible is the carbon ,
which can bo renewed at slight ex
pense , the lamp being constructed in
such a manner that it can bo opened
in order that this renewal bo made.
A DOWNHILL FIGHT.
Two Mirers Engaga In a Fierce Fight , and
Roll Five Hundred Feet Down
Lcoihillc December 11.
One of those curious and danger
ous episodes that characterize the min
or's life in the snowy mountains of
Colorado , was brought to the attention
of the reporter yesterday. Tom Cox
an4 Jim Null are two miners working
far up on the bleak , snowy slopes of
Mount Elbcrt , near Twin Lakes.
They sleep in n tent near the mouth
of the Golden lode , in which they
were working all night , wont into the
tent for the purpose of going to sleep.
One of them got in bed , and , envelop
ing himself with the blankets , was
mug nnd comfortable and drowsy in
a moment. The other , not in so great
a hurry , noticed that the molting snow
was dripping through the roof of the
tent and right whcro ho had to sleep.
He couldn't stand a wet couch , and ,
arousing his companion , asking him
to get up so that the bed might bo
moved to a position where the melt
ing snow .would not touch it. His
sleepy partner growled out a refusal.
There was a hot reply , nnd in less
time than it takes to write it , the two
men were engaged in a fierce personal
encounter. They were both clad in
their mglit shirts alone , and n small
tent is but limited space for two an
gry men to fight each other in. They
had hardly clinched before ono car
ried the other through the front flaps
of the tent , llight here it is neces
sary to say that the tent was pitched
on the fearfully steep'slope of Mount
Elbcrt , and there wasn't moro than
two feet of level ground between the
front of the tent and the precipitous
slope of the mountain. This slope
was covered with four feet ot soft
snow , and it extended down for two
thousand feet boforn there was a rest
ing place. In the fierce fight between
the two miners they were carried
down the dizzy slope and with their
hands upon each other's throats , they
went whirling down the mountain like
a pair of boulders They had gone
but a short distance when anger van
ished in the presence of a possible
death , and each man turned his at
tention to the paramount work of sav
ing his life. Down they wont along
the fearful slant of the great moun
tain , and nt each revelation they sunk
in the soft snow sometimes head first
and somotimns feet first. They were
paralyzed with fright , and no sound
escaped their lips. The further down
they wont , i\n greater the momentum
of their bodies , and when about five
hundred feet from the point whore
they started , they bounded in the air
and alighted in enow so deep that they
stuck fast. After arduous efforts they
managed to extricate themselves and
got back to their tent , bruised and
bleeding and their quarrel healed.
No matter what the future has in
store for these two men , they will
never forgot the time when they were
whirling down the snowy nlopo of the
Continental divide of North America ,
and n snow-drift saved them from
landing fifteen hundred feet below ,
in a condition in which none but the
coroner nnd the undertaker would
feel any practical interest in them.
They are the best of friends now and
will doubtless continue so. "
Ohio Girls Who Oamblo.
"Talk about gambling ! " said a
young man well known in society.
"Tho girls in this city are coming
right along. I know five young ladies
three of them live on Prospect , ono
on Euclid , and the last on Clinton
street-who can play just as hard
games of poker , exercise as good judg
ment in betting on cards , and under
stand the relative value of hands pre
cisely n * well ns nny five young men
1 could name. "
"Are these Mio only ones you know
of who wrestle with fortmuf"
"No , 1 know hundrcds/'roplicd the
uxtrayngnnt young man ; "tho ones I
mentioned nrc the best , the most
scientific players. "
Tlio reporter made inquiries , nnd
found tlmt gambling is moro or less
cultivated nnd practiced by the fair
ones. The manner nnd freedom with
which ono beautiful little eienture
reeled off column after column of the
rules nnd Inws of poker , nnd the values
" " " " "
ues of "pairs" "triplets,11 "Hushes ,
"a full houae , " "four of a kind , " and ,
catching her breath , vouchsafed that
" ' ' ' " have
'straights' don't count , would
done credit to General Schonck ,
Ono young lady took occasion to
explain tlmt they do not call it gam
bling , because the only game which
prevails is ono cent ante , and that the
only reason they use money is bocnuso
the game is so frightfully uninterest
ing unless there is a financial question-
however small , involved. It was ad
mitted that ponny-nnto frequently ro ,
suited in temporary embarrassment ,
the informant herself knowing lunv'it
feels to "go broke.1' Ono devotee
modestly proclaimed herself to bo
"way ahead of the game , " nnd
asserted tlmt she had no end of hand
kerchiefs , gloves and perfumnry , the
result of nor good judgment. The
best record , us far as could be nsecr-
tnined , was made by n Woodland
rvenuo girl , who realized between § 11
nnd $12 from a party of friends.
Eviln to bo Avoided-
Ofer-cutltif ? ix in ono sense a productive
f c\il at intomicrniicuiu ] drinking. Avoid
Ixitli , und keep tin ; blood jmriliuil with
UUUUOCK li.oon liiTTKitt , and you will
ho rewarded with robust , hriilth md nn in-
Tii > oiatrd system. Price $1.01' , tiiul HUO
10 cent1. tleclll-codlw
The Only SutlBfnction.
Last summer ns n northern mnn
who wns looking up land in Alabama
was riding along the highway ho met
a father and son riding at a furious
gallop and both armed with shot-guns.
They drew up as they reached him ,
nnd the old man called out :
"Say , stranger , hov yo mot a young
man and n gnl riding the snmo mule
nnd humping along ns if Satan was
after them ? "
"Well , my barter has eloped with
Bill Gordon , and Sam and mo are
trying to git within shooting distance
before the knot is tied. "
"Ah ! Why , thatcouplo were be
ing married in Blankville as I came
through there an hour ago. "
"Did the gnl hov on n blue waist ? "
'And was it a cream mule ? "
"And was it a tall fellow with a
skeorcd look ? "
"It was. "
' 'That was them , stranger , and I'm
much oblecqcd. Sum , we're too Into
to stop 'cm , and the only satisfaction
wo kin git is to let our bosses jog
along into town mid shoot the preach
er artcr we git thar ! "
You are sjck ; well , there is just one reme
dy that will cure you beyond possibility or
doubt. If it's Liver or Kidney trouble ,
Consumption , Dyspcfmia. Debility ,
' Well's Health Kcnewor" is your hope.
31. Druggist Depot , C , 1\ Goodman ,
Omaha. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( ,4) )
Correspondence of the lice.
WOOD RIVEK , Nob. , December 14.
My attention has been called to an
item in TUB BEH of last week concerning -
corning the scandal of the Hov. Mr.
Tato. The article states that Mr
Tate is the pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church nt Wood River.
This is not true. Neither Mr. Tate
nor the woman in the scandal nro
members of the M. E , church. Mr.
Tate is a Presbyterian minister and
lives .it Shelton , and preaches there
and nt Gibbon , nnd previous to the
scandal preechcd in the M. E. church
at Wood River. Please rnako the
correction. Respectfully ,
Pastor M. E. Church , Wood River
Cause and EIToot ,
The main cause of nervousness is
indigestion , and that is caused by
weakness of the stomach , No ono
can have sound nerves and good
health without usin Hop Bitters to
strengthen the stomach , purify the
blood , and keep the liver and kidneys
active , to carry off all the poisonous
and waste matter of the system.Ad
Mutter of Application of Felix Slavcn far
Liqunr LI < enne.
Notice ia hereliy given th t Felix
Slaven did upon the 17th day of Decrin-
her , A. I ) . , file his application to the
Mayor ai d City Council of Omaha , for
licciiHe to bell Malt , Spiiituotia and
Vinous Liquora. nt No. 711 South Tenth
Htreet , First Wird , Omaha , I\o'i. ' , from
the 1st d.iy of January , 1882 , to the 10th
dav of Apiil , 1882.
If tin ru I e no objection , remonstrance
or p olct-t filed within two weeks from
December 17th , A. D. , 1881 , the eaid
license will bo granted.
FKMX SUVKN ,
TIIK OMAHA DAII.T UKK ncw&papcr will
publish the above notice once each week
for two weekx at the cxpente of applicant.
The rity of Otuuha is not clmr.td there-
with. J. J. L. JKWITT ,
Matter ( of Application of Henry OsthofT
for L'quor License.
Notice I hereby y\\tn \ that Henry Osthoff
Jlil , upon till ) mil day of DcremU'r. A. I ) . 1881 ,
r.luMa applirat on to tlio Major and City Co'in-
ell of Omihi , for llceino to it II Malt ,
Spirituous nnd Vinous Liquor * , at No. G13 six
teen h stiict , Filth van ] , Oinahn , Neb , from
the lat day of January. IbUt , to thu 10th day of
April , ISM.
If tliero I > Q no objection , romonH'riiice ' or pro-
tint tiled wllliln two wi Knfrom Kith of Due-era-
Inr , A , It. , 1881 , Uicxald Ikcnwj will t > u xruiitvd ,
HHNKV OHTIIOKC ,
Till ) I ) > IU'rIIim ncwgpapcr will publish the
alu\u notice for two WIXJUB at thu txpeima Of the
apillcant. 'Iho City of On.alu In not 10 In-
chariod therewith. J , J. L. C. JfcWKTT.
dcul&-m C.H Clerk
Matter of Application of Herman Meyer
fur Llriitor Llcenie ,
Notle-e Is hereby tin.n that Herman Meier ill < l
upon tlio 13th d j ol Do cmlur , A I ) . , 1KB1 , nio
hUan Illation to tlio M joraii < l < 'lty Comic ! of
Onialia , ( or llcciiK ) to Bill Malt , BplrituouH nnil
Vinous Liquors , nt 2)7 South Utli Strut , 'Ililril
Ward. Oiiuua Kt.li. , front tliu lutd.iy&f Juuu
ary , l&s'l , to thu llitti i.ay uf Ajirll , Ibb2.
If ficru lie no objection , remonitrari e or pro-
lent lllcil within tvko wcckH ruin lit ) cmlxir 13ili ,
A. I ) . , 1W1 , thuiAlil llccneo will bo granted.
Jlmuu.v ilr.YKK ,
A | > i > licant.
TIIK DAILY UKK ncwupapcr will iiubll-li tin
alicno notice for two uce'nat thu exjie' no uf the
pplluiit. Iho I'It / of Oinitu IB riot to lie
charged therewith , / . J , L. C. JKWKIT ,
l > cU-l2l. City Clerk.
. STOMACH *
HostcttcrN Htomnch Hitlers In M ninth mr rde < l
MI n hoii'i'hold niFfKflty ns lutrir or cofTrc. Tht
rrwoti ot thl * | 1 tint } wr * of rxpctlfltico IIMO
proved It to IHJ pcrli-ct yrcllnblo In those wcanf
cmrnrencj wlicron prompt nnJ coincnlent rein
i-d } 1 $ doiiiaiulttl. Constipation , liver complaint ,
d ) | Cp b , lmlloilloti | and olhtr trouble * nr
utcrtoino by It ,
For Mloli.val' ' IhiiRKl'tii nmlDMilern , to whom
npply for llo tctlrr' Almaniv ! forlSS'J.
Who \rrnit glossy ? laxnriant
nnrtvnvv tresses of abundant ,
bcantiim 11 nir must use
MON'S KATUAIRON. This ,
decant , cheap article always
makes the Hair grow lYoely
and fust , keeps it from falling
out , arrests and cares grayness -
ness , removes dandruff and
itching'makes the Hair
strong , giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
nny desired position. Beau
tiful , healthy Jlalr is the sure
result of using Kuthairon ,
Tills K'rcnt ipccilc ! cured that most lOAtbnomu
Whether ID its Primary , Secondary
or Tertiary Stngo-
Kcmo\c8 nil truces of v crcury from the sjs-
tuiu , Cures Scrofula , OM HOIOJ , Ilhcuma-
tleni , IvU'iim. Cncirrh or any
Cures When Hot Springs Fail !
Malvcrn , Ark. , May 2,1831.
Wo hm c case * In our ton n who ihcdatllot
j and v , era finally cured ith S. S. 8.
JIcCAiiMON & Jlt'ltRT.
Memphis , Mcnn. , May 12 , 1881.
Wo hnvo sold 1,290 bot'lo of S.S. S. In a year.
It ha * given universal gitlsfactlon. Fair minded
physicians now recommend It PI a poaUIra
Bpi'ciflc. S. JlAhsriKLD k Co.
Louisville , Ky , , liny 13. 1831.
8. S. 8. has given better fall , faction than any
medicine I have over sold J. A. KUXHKR.
Uonioi , Col. . May 2,1881.
Every purcha cr ipcaks In the highest tcrroi
of S. S. S. L. Melswtcr.
nichiuonr ) . Va. , May 11,1881.
You can refer anvbody to 111 In reitanl to the
merits of S. S. S. Polk , Miller & Co.
Have nc\cr known S. f > . 8 to fall to euro a case
of Syphilis , M hen properly taken. * "
It. I * . Pcnr.ard. 1
Kit Warren. j-Ierrj.Oa.
Tlio abo\o slKUcrs nrcuentlcm.in fit hlzh eland-
ln . A II COI.QUITT ,
Governor ol Ceorgla.
IF YOU -\visn \ wi ; w LLTAKIIVIUICSE CA
TO Illi TAIO FOIl \VHKfi CUItUD.
U'nta for partlcularu and oopy of llttlo
hoolt 'Mowaio ' to the Unfcrtun.ito. '
81,001) R wnrd will ho paid to any
chemist who will llnil , on aiuiyah 100 bottlcH
H H. Sono pnrtlcln of Mercury lodlda 1'otas-
Blum or any Mineral Hiilmtanco.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. I'ropi.
Atlanta , Go.
Price of reKular size reduced to 81 75 jior hot.
tlo Small B'ze ' , holding hall tlio quantity , prlco ,
Bold hy KKNNAKD & CO. ,
Article * of Incorporation of the
Millard Farmers' Club-
Articles of incorporation iiitulo nnd
adopted thiH 2tth ) divy of October , A. 1) .
1881 , by and between the umlortilgncd incorporators -
corporators , as follows , to-wit :
Article I. The nnino of th ! club nil all bo
the Millard Farmer * ' club.
PIACK OK I1UH1NESH.
Article II , The principal place of bun- !
ne.hn of thin club shall bo nt Millard iU-
tlon , county of DtAiglni , Nebraska.
NATUIIK OV J1UHINKBH.
Article III. The general nature of busi
ness to bo transacted by tlilx club IH to
conduct n general liturnry and nocinl buui-
HOBS and other entertainments of a Boclal
Article IV. The Amount of capital etocli
of thia club shall 1)0 two thonxand dollam ,
divided Intn Bhares of one dollar each ,
which t-lmll bo raid in the manner pre
scribed by the uirocton.
COMURNOKURKT AND TKKUI.1ATI < > N.
Artic'o ' Y. Thin club fihall commence to
transact buninniiR and exerclne IU corporate
powerx the 20th day of October. 1881 , and
its powern ulinll COUUQ on the 29th day of
AMOUNTS OY UADIL1TY.
Article VI. Tlio highest amount of a.
blllty or IndebtodnenH , which thia club
ehalf at nny onn tlmo mliject iUlef , hliall
be three hundred d > llir ; ,
Article VII. The olHcerof this
club Hliall be conducted by n
board of three directory who xhall be
elected from among the ntockholderH , and
tboy nhall appoint a preHldent nnd xuch
other ollicern an by law in rcipilred.
JUMUH .SuiiiiAKDKit ,
J. liLUJt ,
CLAUH SCHUMANN ,
W. ( JKIINDOIIK ,
KTATK OK NUIIIIAHKA , I
COUMTY OK DWKI.AH , j
On tills 29th day of October , A. 1) . K881 ,
pcrHonally appeared bcfoio me , Clmrlcn
HraudeH , a notary public for eaid county ,
Julian Schroixler. J , lilum , Olaun Kclm.
inarm , AVr. Gernunrf , to mo known to be
the signera ot the fortuoliiL' articlen of in-
corMifatlon | , and acknowledged thu name to
bo their voluntary act and ( feed.
[ HKAL. ] C'HAiir.KH I > HANI > I ,
Notary public In and fur Douylua county ,
Mnltvrof Aiipllcntinn of A. Utrlny & t'o.
for I iiplor Llcutin' .
Xolico isherobytei \ \ \ tlsnt A. litclcyA
Co. did , upon tilt' IMli tlay 'of IVcemfier ,
\ . D. , lv ! l , filn tlilor niii'illcrttiim to tlio
Mnyof ntitl Cltnnicil ( of Oimlin , for
Hfcii'c toHcll Mult , HpirllnoiH and Vlnou *
l.liluorH , nt Nm. r.'O'J and 1'JOI Dee lns
street , Third \vi\rd , Otnali i , Nub , , from the
Ntdiw of .Ininmry , 8i , to tlio lOtlulny
of April , 18 'J.
If tliero bo no objcctlnn , rcmomtrixnco
or protest filoil wittiin two wcckn from
Docombcr 15th , A. D , , 1881 , tlio pall
licence will bo granted ,
A. Uli.KvS : Co. , Applicnnts.
TIIK DAILY DKK uousp pcr will inibllili
the nbovo notlco once each week for two
vvrrk nt tlio rxiicn > a of tlia applicant ,
The City ot Oinnlm is not to be charged
J. ,1 , 1 , . C. .1KWKTT ,
doo'fi.'Jtt City Clerk.
Matter of Appl cation of I1. Smith for
Notlco N h roby BUcn that I' . Smith did
upou the loth tlnv of Dccvmbrr , A , 1) , .
1881 , Ho ! hU application t the Mayor nnd
City Counril of Omitlm , for liccnna to Htdl
Malt , Spirituous nnd ViuoiH Liquor * , nt
Siiuthwest ctiincr l\M'iity-lin-t mid Cum *
Ititf utrielH , Sixth wnrd , Uinnln , Npb. ,
from iho 1st day of .lunuary , 188 ; ' , to the
10th day of April , 188'J.
If there bo no objection , retnomtnuico
or protest filidwltlitntvvn vcukt from ITith
Defcmbcr , A. D. , 1881 , the xaiil llcenso
will bo granted ,
1 * . SMITH , App'tcant.
Tlio OMAHA l\iu UKK n wxpnper will
mibliyb the nbovo notice , unco each week ,
fur two wvokH at the rxpctm1 of th'v ' nppli-
nint. Tin ) City of Onmlm H nut to bo
clmrgex ! thervv ith.1..I.
.1..I. I < . C. .IKWKTT ,
Mectli-'Jt < 'ity Clerk.
Matter of Applicntiati of Mix. H. Shnnnon
for Liquor Iiii 'iiso.
Notice h hereby Ui-n tlmt Mrs. 15.
Shannon did upon Iho Kith dny of Dec-cm-
Iter , A. I ) . , 1881 , lilohei npplicittion to the
.Mayor nnd City Counoil of Omalm , for
license to t < ell Midi , SplrltuotiH i ml V.IIIIUH
Lqiiorx , nt South wept corner Tenth nnd
Capitol uvcnui' . Thin ! wnnl , Otnnlin , Nob. ,
from the 1st dny of .Innuary , 188" , to the
10th ilny of April , 18-L' .
If there bit no objection , remonstrance
tir pnitcNt filed \vitliin two weeks from
Dec.inber lUth , A. 1) . , 1881 , the xald
license will bo Krnntrd.
Mua. 11. SHANNON ,
Tin OMAHA DAILY UKK newwpiper will
publish thu ubovu notice , once cneh week ,
for two weeks at the ctpciiHO of the nppli-
emit. The C'ity of Onmha is not to bo
J. J. L. C. . IKWKTT ,
rdcclG-2t City Clerk.
Matter of Application of ,1. A. Uoctlor for
Permit to Sell Liquor ns n UnifjglaU
Notlco is horobyKivcii that.T. A. Uootler
did upon the Itith day of December , A. D. ,
1881 , lilo IIH ! application t < > the Mnyornmi
City Ctnmcil of Omnh.i , for permit to wll
Mnlt , fcipirituouH , nnd VinotiH , Liquoin , m
n DrtK'Kiit , for incdiiiiinl , mechanical , ml
chemical ponii.ses only , nt cmnnr S \ -
teonth mid llnrney stieet , Thiid wnrd ,
Omdiii ; , Nub. , from the Int dny of .Iiuiu-
my , llte'J , to the 10th dny of April , 1881 ! .
If tliero bo no objection , . umonsirancr ,
or protest filed within two woe ! > n fnim
Dccombcr Kith , A J ) . , 1 HI , the wild per
mit will bo I'rantetl.
T. A. llomint , Applicant.
The OMAHA DAILY IJn : nuncpntrar will
publish the above notice , once each week ,
for two weckw , at the cxpenso tif the nppli.
cant. The City of Omaha in not tn bo
charged tl crowith.
l.r. L.C. . IKWKTT ,
tdcclll-St _ City Clerk.
Matter of AppUcati of J. A. Kocdcr for
Permit to neil Liquor us a Druggist.
Notice in hereby ( jivon that .r. A. Uoo-
der did upon the Kith day of December , a.
d. , 1881 , file hi * ttpplicAtfon to the Mayor
and City Council of Omaha , for permit to
Boll Mult , Spirituous -ind Vinous Liquorx ,
an a Druggist , for medicinal , mechanical ,
and chemical purpose * ( inly , at comer IGth
nn 1 Webster Htreet. Fifth \vunl , Omaha ,
Neb. , fr in the 1st d.iy of January , 1882 ,
to the 10th day of April , 1882.
If there bo no objection , remonstrance ,
or protest filed within two weskti from the
10th of December , A. 1) . , 1881 , the said
permit will be granted.f. .
f. A. I'onint ,
TIIK OMAHA DAILY BICInouiquper : will
publifh the above nntico once oich week
for two vveelic , nt the expense of the ap
plicant. The City of Oniiihu is not to be
chaigcd theiewith..T. .
.T. .1. L. C. .IKWKTT , ,
ttleulli-'Jt _ City Cicrk.
Mutter ol application of Jacob ICaufmun
for Liquor Licen-e.
NOTIOI : .
Notice i-i liticby fiivon that Jncoh Knuf-
mun did it on the Kitli day of Dccombcr ,
A. J ) . 18S1 , lilt ; hh npplication to the
Mayor and City Conn il of Omaha , for il-
cense to sell I\l \ alt , Spirituous nnd Vinous
Liquors , nt No. 1812 corner of Kith nnd
JJnrt Bticet , lc'fth ward , Omnhn , Nob. , from
the 1st day of .I.-imiaiy , 1882 , to the 10th
d-yof Apiil , 1882.
If tlicio be no objection , rcmonnttancenr
protebt h'lnl within two we l < H from Ie-
uembei Kith , A. D. 18.S1 , thu H.I id liccnto
will bo granted.
JAUOII KAUFMAN ,
The O.M.MIA DAILY UKK nowKpnner will
publlxh the nbovo notice for once each
week for two weeks nt the uxpeiiie of the
applicant. The City of Omaha ia not to
churned therewith.J. .
J. J. L. 0. JKWKTT ,
| decl2t _ City Clerk.
Matter of Application of A. If , film'stono '
for Liquor License.
.Votlcu il licr'oby ( ( lien ( hat A. II. fJMxtono
did upon the I | ih day of Dceeniliur. A. ! > . , IB-1 ,
fllo Id 'application to the M jar and t'lty Cotin-
ell of Oinaln , for HCCIIHU to aell Malt , Hplrltuouj
MIC ! Vliiom Llijuorn , atNo. IBlWanil ISIODouxU *
Btroet/l hlrd Ward , Umalia , Nth. , from the lutdty
of Januari , IB82 , 1 1 tiio 10th dijr of April , Ib8i.
If lluro lie no objection , reinon. trance or pro
td-t flluil Vkltliln tuo weekn from Doccniher 14th ,
A. I ) . , 1881 , the Bald lieeniio will he ranted.
Tnr. DAILY Din nowtpnper will puld h the
aliovu notlco for two wruLH at the cipenao of the
uppllcint. Tlio City of Omaha In not to bo
iha. Kcd thercnlth. J. J. L , C. JKWhnT ,
L > ecl4-m. C'ity Clerk
Matter ofjAppHcation of Kdward Mfttirer
for Liquor Llcenno.
Kot'co Li hereby Rlr n that Edward llaurtr
did upon the lath day of December. A. ! > . , IKgl ,
nluliln app Italian to tlio Mayor nd City Coun
cil of Omaha , for HCCIIHU to tell Malt , Hplrltuoua
and Vinous UIUOH | , at No. 1214 Kurnlmmatrfet ,
llilrd W nl , Omalm , Ntb. . from the l t day ol
Janmry , 1W2 , to thu lOUiclay cf April , IB82.
If thiru Uo no objtietlon , retnoimirancc or pro-
tent fllul wllliln two Hcekaroin / December lllth ,
A , I ) . JMI , thu tald liu'lise ohull
TIIK DAII.V Drx Ncwupaper will pull oh the
abovu notito for two WCCKB at tlio expcnuo nf
the uppllcnrit , Thu City of Oimdia In not to bo
charccil tlier ulth. J. J. I' . 0. JKWKIT ,
leuiaiilit. ! _ City Cleric.
Mutter of Application of 1'etcr tloon for
NOTK I ! .
Notko li hereby I veil that I'eter Coon did up
on thu Ifith day of IHtunher , A I ) , 1881 , fllo hit
app Icatlon to the Major and City Council of
Onulia , far HceiiBo to tll Halt Uplrltuouv and
Vlnoun MiiiorM | , at No , 1MO and Ifilli Karnham
utreet , 1th Ward , Omalm , Kcb. , from the lut day
of January , Ibb'A to the 10th day of April , IB' 2.
If tliero l > no objoetlon , remoim' ranui or pro.
test II I eel vtittiln two uuvkb from Uth IHumber ,
A. I ) . 1831 , thu Bald lltuuuu lll bo fratitul ,
PhTr.ii ( loon ,
TUB DAILY H Novipiper will palilUh the
alx > vo notice lor two wccku at the OIIWIIBO of the
iipplli aiit. 'I ho City ot Omaha In not to bo iharK'
cU thereHltli. J. J , L , 0. JK\VrriT ,
Jvl5-m L'Hjr dirk ,
THIS Nwi ? ' A25T1 >
1 tc * , jovonrt nny t < wonat > ln mt t5iJ <
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN BY
19v A ir it\s the > . .r'iifiit ; j'ou lo tnko when itAM'llii3lnellhctrtlroctoib ! : l fC
Uiicagn u'id ' all of tlic Principal Points In the- West , North and Northwest. '
Aictolly rxftimnpthu Map. Tlio I'rlnclp.M t'llldnl ttinWMtnnil Northwest nrcMMIoai
on tlil. < roncl Ho . tUroujli ( rains innku rloso ruuucclloai wlU ) tlio tnliia of. ull ralUoitdJi il
Jiinrllnii point *
"iU.,1 I , . . j \ V tAiv jSJ < t i&zsPtf ff&
w3w i&s f Vi T 8 1" '
, X cAXv' o & ? " " " $ &
* , * SXV \ 4Hr'1"ta./rcV/ WBNc3iBL4l !
. \f > V > vt-v r i v CAv ! ? / Au 3
K ; lourtl < il
. . IA } cniOA6o .V
THE CHICAGO & . NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY , '
Overall of 111 prlnclpil : lliic .rnni cnrh dally from t\\t to ( '
' wny \ \ > our or moro I'tut li
U'ralux Hh Ihu only loutl uc.slufClilcaKoOint uses tlm . . . . . . .
The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
iiitiiaN , . . . .
Jtcincniticr to nsk for Tickets via Uils road , tie sura they rend over It , and take none othw ,
UJ'IS JlUaUHT.Gcu'lMnuaKcr.CUlcaKO. * > VW. U. STE.SNETT.Ucu'n'ass. Agent , Cblenfft
HAUHY P. DUKtj , Ticket Agent 0.1 * N. W. UMlivny. 14th nd Fiunhtm itretta.
D. K. KIMIIAI.I , , AaslnUnt Tlckoi A ont 0. ft N. W. luiluny , l th [ od F rnh m ilroetl *
J. 11KU , , Ticket Axont 0. & N. W. lUllway , U. P. II. It. Depot.
NAVKST. ( U.AItK ( Irnorol Airont.
TO ALL WHO HAVE
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
TO HE IlEPAIRED ,
35T G- ! E"VI 3ST G-
TO BE DONE Oil
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 )
FOR THE BEST
DISPLAYED , ETC.
Having lately enlarged my workshops nnd putting In now . .nd improves , c ,
clunory , I hope to still moro iniprovo the quality nnd finish "f our.
ork and fili orders with moro promptness than is usual.
O TJTIOlsr I
My Mctto has always been nnd always will bo : "First to gain superior . [
ties end then ndvortiso the fnct not boi'oro no wild ndvortisomonta '
Seine unprincipled dealers buing in the habit of copying my - !
ncnounconients , I would beg you , the reader of this , to
draw n line between such copied advertisements
and thoao of Yours very truly , Jj
A. B. HUBERMANN ,
The Reliable Jeweler , Omaha , Neb. ,
Sign of the Striking Towr loci-
Is Once More Called to | the Fact that
Bank foremost in ithe West in Asso rtment and
FOB MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Hats and Caps.
Wo are prepared to moot the domnndu of the trade in regard to Latest Stylet
and PatteniB. Finn Merchant Tailoring in Connection
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th S t
WOOLLEY & DAVIS
Stationers , Paper Dealers and Engravers ,
KEEP ON HAND A SELECT BTOOK OPJ
BLANK , SCRAP , POCKET AND BILL BOOKS ,
PAPER WEIGHTS' '
FINE PAPER , INKSTANDS ,
v Latest Novelties in Wedding Goods , Menus ,
Visiting and Advertising Cards , BallJProgrammes , &c
Also , Paper Bags , Plat'anft Wrapping Paper , Envelopes , Bill ,
Letter and Note Heads ,
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