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" . THE DAILY BEE : SATURDAY DECEMBER , 23
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The .Daily Bee.
Saturday Morning , Deo.
trhe following observations MO Uten l
Ihf same moment of time ot all tha sUtlorw
"wAlj'DlTAnTMKNT , U , 8. SlOMAI. SlB-1
Tier. OMAHA. Pec. 22. 1882. ( IdSp.m. f
Rlrer frottn t Otaiht , dozen it Ytnkton ,
UlnlMlppI fret n at Dtrenpott , frozen at St
Paul , OfcttSlochojat fit. UU'N , frozen at L
OrocMknd at tuiuqut.
Glgantcnnn made a fine street parade at
noon ycsterdny.It numbers fourteen pieces ,
nnd an equal number of tha mlnitrols
turned out with them.
'Soo the grand Hit of premiums wo
( rtvb'toiabucrlben.of TUB WRKKLT BEE.
Then tulucrlbe for It M a CbriitmM or
Now Year's jirceent for some absent frieiid
andreUln the premium receipt If you
, If you bavo frjcml who would be
Interested In Nebraska nowJ lead them tba
WKKKI.T DEE. which In thn bwt paper In
the west , and ovary eubscrlW goU a pro
mlum. , / i
As heretofore the Luweran Sunday
ichool expects to Rive a fo. 1 entertain
m nt on Christmas eve , ( Sunday ) In ] ) ayd's
opera home. The exercises will bo of such
character as to corroipond with the day
and time. Let there bo a full houss.
The very cbolcoit line of toilet sets of
all descriptions ever soon In Omaha U to
be found nt KuhnVi drtiK store. They are
being sold rapidly nt prlcoa below any.
thing ever offered ! u thli city , n saving o
from $2 to $5 an a set , and also give cm
toners a ticket for the moat elogunt toilet
Forty tickets for the forthcoming Nlli <
son concert were sold in ono buucli yer
terday to Fremont parties , and demon' '
strated tba wlidom of Mnnigor 13oyd In
refusing to dfopodo of the 200 noatH loft to a
stoeulator who wanted them Thuriday.
The Fremont folks will cumo inou No. 4 ,
and the Union P/iclno will run out n
special train after thu concert to take them
homo. Them are scattering e&loi to partioa
from the snma place , Indloatlnc that over
fifty admirer * ot the SwcdUli NIghtlnKalo
will comodowa from "tha prettiest town
in the state. " There are itlll name of the
$3 scats left , but they ore going fait.
The firm ot A. Crutckthank & Co.
have lUll further demonstrated their right
to popular favor by adding to the already
numborloan attract Iocs of their Imndeoina
rtore. They have feetoooned their chande
Hers with overgrccn , holly and mistlo-too ,
and at the tear and went nldo of the
spacious saleoroom have Chrlattnai greet
ings in large letters. The former Is of toft
white on a bright ground , "A Merry
Xrrms , " and the latter wishes the natno
good fortune m letters uniquely composed
of various Ktyloi of hosiery , which , by the
way , is exceedingly appropriate
The new hose cart for No , 'i was ship
ped from Chicago Thursday and will pro
bably arrive In Omaha about the middle
of next week. It Is a "dalny" and will be
the fineit cart over neon In these parts as It
1 * equal to anything over turned out from
Chicago. Chief Uatler Is purcbaBln ; fur
niture , beds , etc. , for tha now house and
will bo all ready to niovo in on the arrival
of the cart , The KM and water Hitmen ,
with other appliances are all in and ready
for buMuca * and when the boys are settled
they wilt turn out any time within eight
tuoonds of the alarm being ttruck.
The Wabatb train was two hours Into
Leavitt'd GIganteans at I3oyd' < opera
baufie tonight , v
There are itlll about 200 Nlleson letta
left at the opera homo.
December 22d will be remembered
one of the prettiest days of this winter ,
A succeeaf ui oyster supper was given
by the Pint H. K. church ladies , Tbun-
Schlank & 1'riuce and tli Wheeler &
\Vllion compauy have put out bandmime
It U expected that the Swedish clti
tens of Omaha will give Mme , Nllinon a
reception on her arrival here , January Ut.
A colored boy named Uwcna was Mint
to jail Ihurtday afternoon by Judge
lleneke for fifteen day * for stealing a ham
from Fleming , the grocer.
Senator * Siunders and Van Wyck
Thunilay telegraphed from > VaibIngton to
Max Meyer and others that they would
vote for the rebate resolution ou tobacco.
Thirty-one tbouiand bogi , or one for
CAch'tnan , woman and child In Oatiha ,
were killed at Jlojd' * packing house during
tbe put meoth.
f-Ths yriuclpal of tbe Ouiaba high
school , Mr. O , 1) . Hlnr , bai retigned h !
jxidtlcn to accept that of ( secretary of tbe
Connecticut Educational board ,
The only arrp > t made by the police
Tiiunday was that of an Individual charged
with , committing a nutiuice. Ife paid a
fine of $3 anil ooiU yesterday ,
-The U. 1 . bans ball club , It eem , U
Already looking out for players fur tbe next
fccuon. Saulnbury , Kta pluher for the
Allegheny t , baa gouo to work lu the U. P.
lieadquarterr , and , it It iM , will pitch for
tbe U. V , iu 1883.
* Thw woman who seeks , relief from
pain by the free use of aloohcllo Btlnm-
lants and uarootfo drugs , finds what
the seekc only so far as sensibility is
deat ycd or temporarily suspended.
JViuf WU wit tttr irrintojhl by wh meajw
and the longer they are employed the
more'hopeletfl f fjho cue becomes.
Leave chloral , morphine nnd bollo-
donna alone and use Mrs. Pinkham'j
Vegetable Compound ,
BARNELL'S BREAK 1
How the Licmtious Villain Was
Received at Homo ,
The Dotoilfl ol the Case Even
Worse than tit First
The readers of TICK Bur. have been
kept pretty Troll informed of the
movements of B rnoll , the Lincoln
m n , for the pwt.fotr days , ainco hia
nrrivol and disgraceful conduct in
The following additional particular
of Barnoll's cruno , which was firat
brought to light through TIIK Ur.ii ,
nro published in the Lincoln Journal
of lo-doy :
Qaito a largo number of our citizens
were at the dnpot last uiijht upon the
arrival of the train from Omaha. They
were prcaont for the purpose of get
ting a glimpse of the brute Barnoll
and -thirteen-year-old daughter ,
and from their looks and actions it
only required n Icador in order tohavo
a hangingthou and there. But Chief
By or , who had the prisjuors in charge ,
managed to take tnom to the cooler
without any demonstration upon the
part of tlio cltizotH assembled *
The atory the chief tulla in regard
to the wretch is shocking id its do *
tails and too foul for publication In
any respectable paper.
That the man'is guilty of all that la
charged Against him is tnoro ( thai }
true. Ho hau not * pnly had. time
and again , carnal intercourse with hia
thirteen-year-old daughter , but has
cohabited with another daughter ! ! !
younger than the ono who came Jn
with Him last night ! J
A Jonroal t representative inter
viewed Miss Martha I lowers , the girl
who accompanied him to Omaha and
Council Bluffs last wook. She tolls a
terrible story , though hor'syrapathieH
Boom to bo with the broto. Bho
aaya that Barnell came to ; the real-
donoo of her parents a'low weeks
since and applied for board.
Ho was taken in and afonco com
menced making love to hor. 'Ifo ' laid
that ho was no' living happily with his
wife and wixi about to apoly for a di-
voroo , which ho thought ho could ob-
titin without much troublu. lie con
tinued his lova-making for oomo time ,
und finally came to the conclusion
that lie must leave Lincoln , but could
not leave without Maitha. After
much persuasion she conaeutud to aa <
company him to Omaha , whcro ho
s.iid ho had a poruanent job at car-
Itcintcting. They left on Wt-dnes-
day , procuring u horao und buggy to
diivo to Woodlawn , as ho riaul to
ki'op people in Lincoln from
staring at thorn at the depot. They
started to Woodlawn , where hii daugh
ter WHS attending school. Ho told
the liltlo one that her mother waa at
the point of death , and that ho came
to take her homo touco her before oho
died. The child believed the faluo-
liood , oiitl jumping into the bugcy
the inhuman father drove to
Waverly , arriving at that , place in
time to take the train for Omaha'
The train noon nniyod nudlho'trlo
procured Beau in ouo of the coached
and were on their way to Omaha
when hia daughter remarked , "Thia
train is not going to Lincoln. "
'No , " sold the father , 'flam taking -
ing you to Omaha , where yon will at
tend ono of the best schools in that
city and become a fine lajy. "
The qtrl wanted to return cither to
Woodlawn or Lincoln , but her father
Insisted upon taking her to Omaha
whore , ae ho eaid ho Intended send
ing her to ( school.
That night the party stopped at ono
of the many bo.iruing houses of the
city , the monster procuring a room
with a eiuglo bed , stating to the land
lord that ho was short of funds and
wished to economize as much as pos
sible. Hia wish waa compiled with
and the single room and bed were fur-
mshod. Mies Flowero and tl > o lltilo
Darnell girl retired about 8
o'clock , leaving Darnell do.vn stairs.
Shortly after they had din-
robed , the inhuman mounter
walked into the room , and
without ceremony prepared for retir
ing for the night. Mioa Flowers eayu
shu objected , but Barnoll paid no at
tention to hor. Finally , MI'RB Flow-
era contented to hia Bleeping in the
bed , providing ho would promise [ to
behuvo himsolf. Ho promised , and
room waa made for him between Flow-
era nnd the Httlo girl. No aoonor
hud the looheroua iooundrol got into
bed than ho.bequp. his holliah designs ;
fir t npoa the daughter and upou Mies
Flowers. Saverul tiraca'during the
night were they obliged to aubmit to
bis desires. , , -
The next morning the Httlo girl wa
observed to bo crying by ono of the
boarders at the houau , and upon abk.
higher the ) cause of her trouble , aha
told the whole story. The gentleman
informed the chief of pollcd but before -
fore the olllcer could arrest Barnoll ,
ho crotsod the river and had takou up
hia obndo with the women In n house
of ill f4ino in Council Blufl'i. Rq
spent ono night in tho'house' , and re
peated the doing * of the night before.
This Council BInllV ufllcors had boon
notified by telegraph of the character
of the man , and before noon of the
next day had him in jail. The Httlo
girl waa taken to the residence of ( ha
rounty judge , where she told the tad
and horrible story of her wrongs. It
liar about the town like wild tire , and
before night there waa acrowd of ex
cited men on the streets who were
ready to lake the man from jirisou
and lynch him. B at' good order prevailed -
vailed and the fiend was allowed to remain -
main in jail in peace ,
The next day Chief Byer arrived ,
and Barnell signified his willingness
accompany the chief back to Lincoln
without a requisition. Ho was only
too glad to leave Council Bluffs ,
whnretho people were so much excited.
On the way to Lincoln , the chief in
forms ui , another domorslration ,
which seemed for a time M though
Judge Lynch would have a duly to
perform , occurred.
A traveling man , who had road yes
terday morning's Journal at Loum
villo , got on the train at that point ,
and hearing that Barnell end his
daughter were on the train , imme
diately soughl the Httle girl and
earned from Let that the wozsi
isd not been told. Ho then
ntervlewed the Flowers girl ,
and tfot the facts of the
Omaha nnd Council Bluffs affair.
The man scorned to bo betide him-
gelf , and atd that if ho could find just
ono man who would volunteer to
ft sl t him they would cut the boll
rope of the train and hang the itiCAr-
nata fiend in the car.
The second man could not bo found
and the chief finally Induced the man
to keep qniot , assuring him that
jastlco would bo meted out to the
wretch with a heavy hand by the
Upon the arrival of the train at our
depot , the wife of Barnell and two of
bia sons mot him. The mother took
her daughter homo , and the two boys
shook hands with their father , Bar
nell and Miss Flowora walked up town
with the chief passing alrng the cast
sida of the square , with a. crowd gath
ering In their wake. Barnoll was
taken to the cooler , and MUs Flowers
taken to the council chamber where
they remained last night.
Barnoll , though the father , ot nine
children , all living , is comparatively a
young man , being only thirty-eight
years of ago. Ho is an ill-looking
dog , and teemed to bo loot to all fionno
of shamd and manhood , In conver
sation with the reporter , ho remarked
that the victim of his lust was his
child ; that ho had fed and clothed nor
for years , and ho bad a right to do
with her as ho pleased. ,
THAT LIBEL QUIT.
It la Supplemented by CfUior , Hulls ,
Civil and Criminal.
The editor and publisher of the
Omaha Dally Republican yesterday at
11 o'clock appeared in Judge Boneko'a
court to respond to the charge > of
criminal libal made og'atnnt the'm by
Mr. Edward Rosewater editor of Tire
BER. They waived elimination and
were bound over in tho'sum oftft'
each to appear f.nd answer , before .
February prand jury. >
' In the sf'.ernoou another case wa *
begun , of similar import , founded on"
the appearance of the same article ini
The Weekly Republican ) which ap
pears of this date. This waa a more
aggravated caao in that it showed the
mallco of.tho parties who''again pub
lished the article , notwithstanding
they had received rflbnil notice of the
suit begun on the strength'of the ar
ticle pubticmed in the daily of Wcdnes *
day. ' i . i
A civil null for $10,000 damages waa
also begun yesterday in the district
' l '
court , t
A GOOD APPOINTMENT. ,
Mr. A. C. Bird , the Now General
Freight AHont of tup C. M. &
tit. P. Eottd. .
In connection with the appolntmen
of Mr. Munroo to the position of aa
elstant general freight cgent of. th
Union Pacific , the followiilg'from ' Th
Chicago Tribune of Thursday will beef
Mr. Ai 0. Bird , general freigh
agent of the Wabath , has at last de
elded to accept the position of genera
freight agent of the Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul , which was tend
ered him a few weeks ago. Mr. Bin
waa in the city yesterday , and had a
conference with General Manager S
S. Merrill , and' ' the negotiations between -
tweon thorn wore broucht to a succoea
ful clone. The Milwaukee & St. Pan
may corgratulate itself upon having
boon ablu to secure the services of set
able and efficient a man for the reepou
siblo position of general freight agent ai
Mr. Bird. A hotter man to fill the
place than Mr. Bird could not well
have been selected. Ho has bson
general freight agent of the Wabash
for many years , and enjoys the repu
tation of being ono of thu ablest oud
most op urge tie frtight managers in
the country. The Wabash made
strong efforts to retain the services ol
Mr. Bird , but although ho wna ro
luotaut to sever bin connection with
that road , yet the aacrifico would
bavo boon too much to ignore the
fine offer made by the Milwaukee &
St. Paul , and therefore concluded to
accept the now position ,
There are * wo or three men men' '
tioned as succotaor to Mr. Bird Mr.
W. S. Spiers , at present manager of
the Wabash tfc'Krio fast freight line ,
and Mr. M , Knight , at present first
assistant general freight agent of the
Wabash. It is the opinion that Jilt.
Knight will got the place. Ho has
certainly enrnod the promotion by
yea a of faithful and efficient work in
the service f the Wabash , and his ap
pointmont would give general satiefjc-
tlou to all connecting lines.
Frao of Charge. I
All persons eufforln from CouRlisColds u
Anthmn , liroiichltls , Loss of V.ice , oruny
alfectlou of the Throat
and Lungs , are re
quested to call nt 0. I < \ Goodmnu'd drug
Btore'nnd get a Trial Lottie of Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Ci'ntumpUou , free of
cyanic , which will couvinco them of Ita
wonilerful merits nnd show what ft regular n
ollar-sirn hnltlfl will ilo. Call early ,
AH Flno na Steel ,
A BKK reporter yesterday had Iho
pleamrp of Boinrj a insguifioent crayon
pioturp of. . the Into Jn d Oaloph
Baldwin , of Council Blulfr , twhlch has
jpst boon completed at Eibn'a Art
rooms and photograph gallery and
whfoh ww taken to Council BIuJFi yes
terday afternoon by Mr. Eaton.
Aa a specimen of fiuo crayon work
It certainly cannot be excelled by any
artlat and thoio who know the origi
nal in his life of
time pronounce It aa
perfect a reproduction of his features
as aould possibly bo made.
All who have seen the picture speak
to unroierved admiration of it and
it certainly almost aa fiuo aa a steel
engraving. It is the work ot Mrs. E.
L. hiton , who Is kept busy all the
time by those who have learned of
her skill in this lino. Another
picture of tha ramo kind was
soon , also of on Iowa man , and com-
pored with the tin-lypo from which it so
was taken , and the artist's work in
this , us In the other caao acems truly
Ti K Joly day from East a 4. West ,
1 or chlldriu thrhe Mid mother' * rut ,
Tin darling iflr'i ftlfiuuncd Victoria ,
And 1thtl\e \ boj , tlwj ha > Castorta.
It li a fact , tlurp U no "ui y t , "
A uiotlicr'Knillkcin'tsaxe the Imbj ; '
While BHeet OASIOHIA dljtaitithtlr ( oM ,
Ohc tbtuihtalth tud luakt * tlum | rooJ.
The High School Scholars Give Thol
Departing Principal a Tes
A very pleasant affair was tha
which took placa yesterday at th
Oontral school building , in which th
principal of the High School , Mr. C
D. Illne , was made the recipient of
Mr. Hino has just resigned his po
eitlon to accept that of secretary o
the Connecticut Board of Education
and his pupils determined that h
should not go without a fitting teat
monlal of their eatcom and respect.
They accordingly purchased a magnificent
nificont stiver and wilor tlltor of th
well known jeweller , Mr. Joh
Baumor. This they had linndaomol
engraved , n picture of the high schoo
building baing put on one side , ani
on the reverse the words "Prosonte
to Prof. 0 , D. Ilino , by the student
of the Omaha high school. " Th
presentation was made at twcut
minutes to 12 o'clock , Mr. Do Witt 0
ITuntiugton making the speech. Mr
Hino wui greatly surprised , but ro
spondcd in a fueling manner , and wi
no doubt hold the occasion ntnun
his moat plonsing remembrances
What fill CoiituV111 Do.
You can get a bottle of Dr. Bnsanko
Pile llemedy at Schroeter & liecht'sdra
ntoro which will cure any case of Interim
External or ItchluR Pilot , besides all un
pleasant sensations , Bcnley Kruptlons
Sores , Boll § , Burns , Soilda , nnd for a got
oral purpose ointment it has no equal On
for n trial bottlu at once , For sale b
Schroter & Becbt.
A BIQ PUMP.
The Omaha Water Company Make
an Important Furchaso.
| . The Omaha Water company hav
contracted with H. G. Gasklll ,
New "Vork , for ouo of bis high duty
.duplex . , horizontal , compressed , pump
'ing ' onglnefi , of a capacity cf 5,000 ,
000 gallons in twenty-four hours. Th
present consumption in Omaha is ;
million and a haif gallons per day
The pump is to 1)3 delivered in Ornah
by the end of April.
Bids were received from dilToron
manufacturers , and Mr. J. D. Cook
'upon ' mature deliberation , recom
rnondod the pqrchaao of this pump , a
being the beat suited In all respect
for the service required at Omaha.
SLAVEN' O EftmusljOLOGN
Made froir the wild flowers of th
FAB FAMED YOSKMITE VALLEN
It In the moat fragrant ot porfmn t
'Manufactured ' by II. JJ. Slavon , Snn
Fcancisco. For KRO in Omaha by W
'J.Vhltohouso and Kunnato Ilroa.
of the State Historical and
December 20 , 1882 , under the cal
of the president , Hon. John Gillcppic ,
a quorab of the members of the State
Historical and Library ncsociation ,
mot nnd held its mooting at the office
of James E.Philpot.
The president called the association
to order and announced that under
the articles of Iho association , the
regular order of business was the elec
tion of officers for the next ensuing
year.The following tracers were clectod
by ballot :
President Hon. John Gillespio.
Vjco President S. B. Galoy.
Secretary James E. Philpntt.
Treasurer Hon. Thomas P. Ken
Librarian W. J. Abbott.
Trustoeo John Gillospie , S. B. Ga
ley , W. J. Abbott , John Oadman and
Thomas P. Kennard.
On motion , Hon. John Gillospio ,
Hon. Thomas P. Konnard and Hon.
S , B. Galey were appointed a commit
tco to attend the further prosecution
of the suit now pending in the supreme
premo court of the state , relating to
the State Historical and Library
block in the city of Lincoln.
On motion , the association then
adjourned , to moot on the call of the
proeident. JOHN GILUUWE ,
J. E. PuitiroT , Secretary
five' cents , Wells , Richard
son & Co. , Burlington , Vt. , will send
colored samples of all colors of Diamond
mend Dyes , with directions.
Tha Humane Society.
A special meeting of the Nebraska
Humane society will bo htld on Sat
urday evening , December 23 j , at 7 : !
o'clock , at the reception room of
Boyd'a opera house.
li. K. B , KENNEDY , President.
JOHN T. BELL , Secretary.
lion. Ezra Millnrd will address this
meeting on "Tho Use of Blinder j on
Horses , ' * and boveral other interest
ing topics will bo discussed.
A New Departure.
It may not be , indeed it Is not , T
generally known that for some months
back there has boon in regular work
Ing order in this city a Catholic or
phau asylum under the direction of
the Sisters of Moray. For the infer
matlon of people interested , it may
be stated that the asylum
adjoint ) , on the west , the old convent
Si. Mary , ou St. Mary's avenue
and Twenty-third street. Hero a
comfortable home is providbd for
boys and girls who have been deprived
parents by death or otherwise. At
protont the asylum has about lift eon
wards , some of whom are of the
touderost years , the number being
Dearly equally divided between boys
and girls. Many of these little ones
uevcr knew the comfort ot a home ,
while others have bean strangers to it ,
far at least as parents are concerned ,
lor come years. To them Christmas *
cornea unattended with the pleasure '
and the presents which make it
welcome to children diiFdnmily
situated. Conscious of this fact , a
number of ladles of tbe U , 0. L A.
have decided to decorate a Ohiintmas
Lroe for the little ones , and make them
the recipients of its simple presents
md partakers of its innocent joys.
With this endu ! vioflr , the ladies afore-
laid are now in receipt of contribu
tions from friends and Catholics gen-
erally , all of Wiom are requested to as
sist ta it may please them so to do.
The tree will bo hold at the asylum on
next Thursday. Parties desiring to
rnako contributions , either in clothing ,
money , toys , may do to , sending them
to the U. 0. L , A. rooms on next
Tuesday and Wodnetday , or to the
aaylum on it may ba considered con
A Capital Entertainment.
A pleasant social evening was en
joyed by the studenls tf Browncll
hall and a largo number of their
friends Thursday , the occasion bo *
ing the Christmas mnslcalo. The pro
gramme waa as follows :
1. Piano Duet , Grand Galop . .Sponhollz
Mtes ! Hoover and Latham.
2. Vocal duet , "I Would that my Love. "
. . .Mendelssohn
Mlstes Van Antwerp and Cremer.
3. Vocul eolo , " Would' * * Thou Win Me } "
Mlts Mamie Ambrose.
4. Piano dno , two pianos , Uelsnrta..GorlA !
MUscs Waggoner and Van Antwerp.
6. Voc l solo , "Tho Orphan Ballad
Mug Lulu Cremer.
C. Vocal duet , "Unft Notte a Veueztn"
. ; ; Lucantonl
Misses Ambrose and lleete.
7. Piano golo , "Caprice do Concert1'
Miss Mary Hoover.
8. Vocal solo. "L lftnza" . . . . Koeslnl
MifH Daisy Keese.
9. Vocal Bolo , "I'm n Merry Zlnzara"
Mrs. Kobert Doherty.
10. Piano sextette , "Tnvatoro" . . . . Verdi
Mamio Sumner , Beeslo McKIhmney ,
Fanny Latham , Lulu Cremer , Martha
1'olrta , Jennie Kelly.
The various features of the enter-
tninmont were given in a manner in
dicating unusual proficcncy on the
part of the young ladies and won no
little admiration and applause. The
remainder of the evening , after the
hour ' devoted to music , was spent in
ploaa'int social enjoyments ,
SUDDEN CHANGES of the weather
often cause Pulmonary , Branchial ami
Asthmatic troubles. BuowN'sBuoNciiiAL
TnociiKs will allay tbe irritation which
produces coughing. SoM only in loxct
Price 25 cents.
Obnstmou at St. Phllomena. '
The services at the cathedral of St.
Philomona on Christmas , will com
mence at 5 o'clock in the morning by
a high mass , to be celebrated by Ilav.
J. . English. Incidental to this.sorvice
will bo the unveiling of a most beautiful
ful painting in oil , of the Blessed Vir
gin. This picture is companion
to that of St. - Philomena ,
but recently hung upon the
cathedral walls , and , like It also , it in
about six feet in height , the work of n
Munich artist , and the gilt of the
Altar society of the pariah. The
work of this society , in beautifying
the cathedral hen ot laio boon moat
notable , and in no way has its devo
tion nor artistic eouoo been more iiat-
iafnctorlly tcs'.od than in the work
above roterred to.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , OMA
HA , NEB.
Tables ( supplied with the beat the
market attorda. The traveling publid
claim they get better accommodations
md moro general oatiafaction here
than at any other house In Omaha.
Elate , $2 per dav. aug21tfm
These wishing life insurance should
consult their beat Intoreats by taking
a "Tontine" accumulation policy in
.ho Continental Life Insurance com
pany , of Hartford , Connecticut.
J. R. HOMER , General Agent.
Hon. Lorenzo Crouuso ia in town.
Prof , Samuel Aughey is in town.
Hoyt Sherman , Jr. , is at the Millard.
C. C. Bnrr , of New Orleans , l at the
Miss M. [ Mullen , of Lincoln , is at tha
George X. Gall , of Crete , ia at the Met
U. li Grcenleaf , of Tekamah , Is at the
C.'JC. Higcnbothnin , of Sutton , is nt the
F. D. Hasting , of Urftml Island , iaat tbo
N , P. Noble , Shoshouo Agency , Wyo , , ia "
at the Pazton.
M. Kehle , ot Dayton , Ohio , U a guest o !
the Metropolitan ,
Leavitt'a Gigautean minetielii nro stop- j
pint nt the Millard. .
J. .12. Dolan. of Lyons , Iowa , i i regis
tered at the Paxton ,
F. D , KImball nnd wife , of Salt Luke
City are nt the Paxton.
li , W. Townscnd , of ( he IHue Grass
state Is at the Millard.
Miss Kmina WhUohorn , of Crete , is u
visitor nt the Metropolitan.
13. M. Weller nnd W. 0. Benton , Salt
Lake City , are at the Paxton.
Mr. W , I * . O'Urlon , correspondent ol
ho Irish World , spent a day In the Gate
City on bis way to Australia.
J. K. Ulake , of Son Frnnceco ! , In In tht
city , and n miest of the Paxton. 1 To is on
bin way east to dlapoae of the 1'nmia mine
0 , li llart nnd wife , Grand Inland ;
Philip Cain , Columbus ; John Harrington
Tekamah , were among the guesta of tin *
MUi Ella Ray , sister of Mrs. Jnmea H ,
Crelghton , and a great favorite In Omaha ,
ban returned from Ohio , nnd will remain
over the holidays nt leait.
Miss Maggie Swift , daughter of Thos. J
Swift , returned yesterday from St. Francis
Academy , Council Blulf * , to enjoy the
holiday vacation at home ,
O M , Wherry , North Platte ; K , L.
Fulton , Pawnee City ; O. M. Talley , Nebraska -
braska City ; MM. T , H. Clark , Tecuin-
sch ; A. li llarvey and wife , Beaver City ,
ud J , S. Jenkins , Lincoln , are at the
Attention ! Jj
Members of section 95 , Endowment N
flank , Knights of Phy thus. You are I
iereby requested to nttoud the regular
Meeting Monday , December 25tn , to
witness conferring rank , receive full n.
instructions , and participate in the
lominatlon and election of olhcera ,
JACOB FKANK , J. HOSI-.NSTEIN ,
Beo. and Treas. President. oj
Funeral of the Late Wrn. IJolan.
The funeral of the Into William
Dolnn , which wi lo have taken place
at 1 p. ' in. to-day bus been post
poned to Sunday at 11 a. m.
It will tnko place under thocnspicci
of the Scottish Ilito lodge of this city
the Sir Knlghta of Ml. Cavalry Com
mandcry expecting to act aa an ntcort
A delegation of Masons from Lpous
Town , luvo notified the Onulm folki
that they will bo over to attend thi
Wholesale. Write for quotations lo
Valentino & lleppy , Omaha , Nob.
IO LOAN MOMtY.
1/f ONEV TO IOAN-Call at IAW office of D , U
J.VJL Than u room SCrcighton BlocK.
LOAN Un chattel mortffase its-
MONKYTJ A. 1) . Tiitton , Wo. 1510 DaURl
trcot front rooinipilairs. _ . tfj-tf
O IOAN At 8 pet' cent In
. tcrcst nsunwof S..OMnndup
vmrds , foKSto 0 ) earn , on first closi rfty nnd farn
propcrtx. Drum HKAL KNTAIH > nd LOAN AOE.XCT
13th and Douglas His.
IANIKO A DlihMaahtr It Iho Canflclu
House. ( G5-2 ?
> Y UOiaCotaSs.
Wrmansecond cock a . Macs n
WANTKO Uoilge St. bt\\te
IB anJ16. ' 650-21) )
WAN1 ED A KW * male cook at 1 > 0 * Dou
PRINT Ell WANTED One tarnblo
takirK Ltaariic of n first-dim rower job olflee
Must bo oblo ti L Tidetutlafactcrtl [ > Cuttrcll BL
Uordoii pritHoi. 1'ormnnent sitiutloti nnd goo
nae < to tbe right man. Addrei ; ' Hcd 0 >
Exp e < 8 , " Hcd Oik , Iowa. 493-21 raJ.0
Men and uomtn to fitarta ncv
WANTKU their o n homes , no pcddlot ,
& 0c an hour made ; ecnd lOu for 15 samples and i
structlons. Address HAsON J , CO. Montpelli
Vermont. 433 m o cod 12
WANTED Experienced farm Insurance so
Icitors for c\cry county InthoStnto. Ad
UrtHi , A. 11. lloRnier Reuiral ORcntH atolnsuranci
Co. M coin Ncbieka. 472-lmo
WAW1KD Olrl for general houiewak , BIT a
family good homu Jot a good tltl. App
Sit BCBth Utb St 400-1J
ANJED Ever- one to Ivaxa orders for hoi
W at 217 N. ICth street , up stairs. 332 tf
WANTED Itoom nnd board , or ( Uy bonn
alcnc. In private family by two jounp men
Address "K" Hco olllcc. t ui 231
WANTED A net ol books to keep
by n expailenced book keeper.
B" thli otDco. till 23 }
"ANTr.U To buy lor cith ( 'OJil , a > coc
hand Piano. Address "Piano" Kee ollicc
TJITAJfTKK To purchase a second hand carpc
VV about-10 jnrds. Address X. Y llox T6J.
TAKTNER WANTED With a capital of $200
JL Ia a wt-llp jloK , oido-tabll'lie .nnr.uf&ccu
rlnc butlnrss. Adrtrecs ' Pattiur"Bee often.
WANTKU lO hE 4T Bv jounmairled cou
p u two or three lurnlslitn nucmn for iK'h
hoiinoKcopltf ; . U.ivo ciil > ttovn. Adilro ( > ,
II. F."cant of Duireutt &MendeIa ohn. 04023
WANTED Hoarders by the day or week 141
_ _ lHowardbt. _ _ 34Mmt
WANTED A poa'.ton by a P'ictlcal lei
heepcr. flrotcli sclty reftrcnus. Addres
II. Bee oIKc- . fifO 4J *
USINKSS UHA.NCE good blacksmith Is
O olfcred ppcclM inilciscmcnf. to locatontUII
mbre > eb. Apply to 0. I'rostt.Jthcre. a
"OH REHT-HOUOtB AMD LAND.
OO.MS KOK UBNT-rurnl-hed and unfurn
IshcJ , No. U14 N. 14th BtJtet. 60J-M J
EURNISIUD ItOOMS-Fcr Bcntlcmcn , S. W.
u.r. 18th and Cnpitol a > cnuo. 662 20
fjlOll KENT A iK room home bmllltaiy
JC bridge $1000. Apply to U. Collins I'Ol ,
Uougl. sot , upstairs 91-30 !
FOll RENr-Tnrto rfomi N. W. corner 13'h '
iliIornUHtrtci , cellar city water. I < | tilre
HUNT 2 nlctlylturnislicd rooin3. E. tor-
ncTL'uth andUa\i.npor.vtltti orwithout board
T Twocrlhrco room ! ) furnlfhod 01
1 } unfurnlsteJ , Bultabiu lor man and wile to
keephous. W.M. YATES ,
_ 033-2a Thu uroccr ,
Oil I1CNT-The upper Hats of n thr o storj
F I.rick I ulldlnj , ' iK'itranro ' from street through
n w'dohtaliway , suitnblo for manufactutlr * or
holistic btialnctti Aptly to SamulJ , Ilonell li
Son , 217814th street. Ointhh. Bf"-0 !
UK.N'l The testUfnco ot M. W-Kennedy
Foil ! ) . . Inquire ni T. J. Fl'imorrlr ' ,
(112 8. 17th Btreet. 311-tl
rrOH REST One double to atom hjlilliK
J } BulLabodr cro cry , eileen , butcher ( hop.
or any ctli r builncs. . Locit d so thu n ( . - ° oJ
farmer's triie con berecured. Kuqnlriof Mrs.
M. Lan ; < - , cjrnir JacbHju tnJ 13th street.
CHtlK ) Im
nou eb rn anil Socnii land on
cumin Ing St. Inquire at Eu cno O'Ntlle
Id hand h war. ) . 4to-t >
"I OK KENT turnlsliut room with inoUcrn ira
JD provcmenU wltli board 1718 Dodge .St.
17(011 ( KENT A ( food 8 room houio on I7th
JJ Stntt adjoining Browncll Hall. AppU to W.
U. Patterson Pullnuu Car otllct i5th ana Fnrirnm
St. : '
JIOIl KENT Hevcrfcl email new cotta.ro * . Dr.
J } 0. H. Pan ! , 14i2 DodKe til. 49 ? 29
HKST llou-o bain * nl'\roa res Undon
POrt ; Be. Inquire Kugcae O'Noll 10th
and How ril. 4l-tf ! )
T71011lENT OH H A ti" The handnomn realderpe
J ; cf Dr. Jiiruc ? li , lVabodybltu > iocii the south
wet corner ol 14to and Jonni Htuet four blocks
r.mi thu I'axton Home , thehousa lusnll the
nodvrn on\tijlarmS O'.UInn nlnu rcatoi cellar
fuina u it > ' ) ! runt for # 0 pfr morth or
tell tiouse an j full lot for ulna tlumati.l dullard.
TTIOIl Itl'.NT 2 furnl-heil room ? for light home
J ; kcipln'also ; one furnlnhoj room with fctovo
und on * unfurnished room 13ocmen ) block corner
iI0'lith and llonard fat. ton tf
KENT A goo4 orifttuat A. Ho pe' .
i.WO rilll IHHKI ) KUuUS AMI ) UUAttH-
< AIM lablo boafilera. 1S10 PoJg St. 385 t
uiUtt UfthT Uniuiu tbed loom two block !
I * west ol co tollcu ) , 117 touth 17th ttrotf
IlENT I-'urnUht-d roooi. Inquire 313 N.
FOU otictt , bctwoon I > a > cnport and Chlcau-o
UHNT A new bouie , ( urnUhixl , clgW
rooms , bath room , liable , etc , Ono ol tbe
flnret location ! In the cltj : fM.00 per month.
Innulre lor three daj I , IkmU * rial tsiate a ency
16tb nJ Oouglta utrceta. no > 15 tl
l > UI1S' New Uap ol Omaht , iut Qnuipluul au < J
[ ) rtadjIordelheryat87eaui. ; Is4i i.t wide
by 7 f t long , Larveat and most coinjiltto map
otOmilii c\er pubukhed. Ollldal map ol the I
tlty. Hco column.
, OK IlENT Uni'.alrs , 1 17 Famhtro utroe
er-tt JOHN o. JACOBS I
riOlt 1 UENT-UiifurrUhtsl rooms lu brick >
! house , 141H Chicagostreet. 180-tt
OE RENT Furnished room with board 1B08
f California ttreet. 171-U
IlKNT lloimc , iu rooniK , lujulshed , in )
quire at U. Hdo'i office , llOiard hotel.
f.toii Hi.N'i fwo n .w dwrlllDjn ana t o ototi
dwolllDgi lo dedlrabU loeiUty , by McKnou
No. HU Uousla * itrwl B1T-U
IOlt lim T Lari ; oiUc room or ball store ,
F lOiO ornham ttieet. T87-
UKM1 A btoro m Balooinbe block , nu
FOU < tre t , near DaTtaporl. St. A. D ,
ItE.VTCood hou e * tth 3 roonu and
Foil bostinrnt. In < i\ilre at ChU-n i .tort
i > o ltc J' . 0 , 6IT Wt
. broVc o * nJ i t . dike
R S .K-Pony | siiljll
FlnROvr double Inqulroat outer & Oral *
* lu "
Ltimuor J _
OlTs tjfV-A n n c ! m itcond
_ , , In lalf cctidUUn , ' A
M. Woodman. .
TTIOU PALK-Stcnm enflnncw n < J ecom !
B hancl-8. 10 , 16 , 20 h.r o ro cr. A i
steam bollcrs-any size. ln < julro Omih * Fouti-
dryandMncMn.Qo. fiortJ Im-m
j ESI 13 New Map ol Onwh , Ju t completed wv.
romly fordilUeryatST/rwh. Is 4 foetrHe
uf 7 Icct Ions. lJ > ricst artd most pompleto map
of OmahV ever pubtlihcdOIBclal map ol the
cttv. Sty column.
JIYToe lltfntr Starllod Sprinitmanutacti r-
cdand jilted by r. T. Bentaw 710 South
St. Omala. 623decHMwl
ThAYKt ) On SIOLEN-A wblto bullJoK ulth
S tack nose and aicar Inlheh-nd and mall
trMnrcnndlhe n k. lolorm tlon lcailn < to
hls/recomy , lll ba liberally renaided al 8
Ttirtler lUt Dodge. S'enowfti *
. BUAINAnD , Taxidermist. Doerhfftcl * , i
, tpoclalty , llth , to . Howard and Jackson.
JAS. H. & JOIIND. PEABODT
have removed Irom 13th and Fanum strotta
to rooms 1 , 3 and B , Kcdlclt's block , 1607 F rnam
street. 219 nffl-ltn
mAK'N U ? Onebrcmnmaro colt ttir In fore-
J. head , two hind Uct nhlto , iibou'two year *
013. I 217-tlt JAS. BTEP11EK3
MAO STEIl OF PALMYSTEIIY 'AND CONDI
TIONAL1ST , 4&8 Tenth street , Between Karnam
and ll 'iieWill , with the aid of cuanllan
soltlts , obtain for nny'cne a glance of th past
nnd prrnont , nnd on certain conditions la UT fu
ture. DooUi and Shoes modoto order , fitted
Ratlfivrtlon ( ruftrantrwl ,
ThN powder never varies. A man'cl of purity ,
ttruijjtn and wholc oini.iic9. iloro econcuilcol
than thu or [ > Inury kind" , and cannot be sold In
rompitl ion with the multitude of low te t , chart
weUht , alu-n or ph fcphato powdcr. Sold only In
cans. Koi vi , HAI.ISOPOUDKH Co. , 100 Wall St. ,
= A USESVJSHTS.
ftOYB'S OPERA HOUSE ,
Monday , December 25
Afternoon and ocnitur. Mn > h coneccutie
j eitof the fonu.ost msr.can Chankctor Actor
hy the \naiifr
ando i 1st , 1)OIII' ) : rf
Joininuy of unusual exciltncc. Cbiletmai at-
eruoon , will bo p educed an / merkan Comrdy ,
n I Act , wilttcn by Milton Nobles , cntltltd :
ftlll he presented the unique
AmeriL-in Molo-Drama , writltn bv JII tonNobks ,
Itcscncil 8cat on tale Haliinluj inornlDL' .
thu at injn in.
United States Depository
First lational Eank ,
Oor. 18th and ij'am&Bi Hta.
OLDEST IJAKKQiO KOTABUiHUtET i3
Oil AH A.
fiUOOEOCORO TO KOUfJTZt DROTHCKO.
OrgauUed u a Ni.Uac.1 Esak Acnst S9.16(3
. . .
OAFITAI > O2CO 000
BUBPL- AND pconra .
omoiaa AKD DraioTCM
nilX'AH KOUKTEI , PrfHd n * .
AucDaTca KOUKTU , Vice Pmldoul.
V. B. DiTia , Caahlei.
A. J. PorruTor ,
JonaA. Ctiiemoi ,
Tlila : bank' recelvej doposlt JJ1thout regard
Issues time ctrtlficutos bearing Interest.
riawi.d.la",0n 8an rral"-1" o and principal
United Ttatcs , nl.o Ixndon DuoVn
Edlngsburir and tbe principal cities of Uie tontl
unt of Euroiw
THE OLDST ESTABLISHED" "
OALDWELL , HAMILTON & 00 , ,
Bualness transacted eame as that of
an incorporated Bank.
Acoounta eolioited and kept object
o eight check without notice.
Certificates of deposit issued payable
n three , bix and twelve months , boor-
ng [ interest , or on demand without in-
Advances made to
roved securities at market rates of
The intercuts of custoraera are eloso-
f cuarded and every facility compatl-
! o with principles of sound banklnn
Draw Sight Drafts on England , Ire-
and , Scotland , and all parts of Europe.
Sell European Passage Tickets.
OolleotionB Promptly Made
NO. OH ICTH BT
ALL KINDS OF WINES.
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