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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , DECEMBER 18. 1886.
THE LOCAL GRIPSACK
Stuffed With Ohokrst Morsels of Appetiz
OMAHA AND SOUTHWESTERN
JUclinrilHon DritK Co. Flnnnclnl 13m-
1)ai-rnsiiiriii ) Mnsonlc Parties Ail'
liquated tznrtl Abbott's Adieu
Annnmlntc'B Inn < itict.
Omnha'vV Soiitlnvcstnrn Itnnd.
A rcnortcr for the Hir called upon
oiio of Hit1 incorporators of tlio Oinalm &
Soiitlitvcstorn road yesterday nnd
though Iho party desired to Imvo
his name not mutitioticd , liu stated
tliat tlui road beyond a quo'tlon
was to become a fact. All the slock ho
Milil had boon Mibstribrtl , and nil Mm
bonds placed , and furthermore , fromo of
the IiuuHiiu citixons of Uinnlia were inter-
csled in its bnildhiir. One of the con
ditions insisted upon is that Iho road
hhall 110 constructed in the interest of
Omaha. .Several rnutnijnivi ! already booii
coiibidercd as to which is the best to reach
the city , and though none of them havu
yet been decided nnon , it is positively
asserteil that the road will run tliroiisli
Toctnmeh , thence to Marysvillo , KUIISI * .
Hoyoml that , the towns which it will
reach cannot be ascertained , because all
Kiuisim is ine.\ieetationof the announce-
incut. The line , however , will run
through the western part of thn Indian
territory , and thence through Te.\as to
Iho ( Jiilf. It will thus be a feeder to
Omaha's stock interests , and has alreudv
guaranteed the erection and mainten
ance of its .shops at this point.
The 'rclcRrniriierH' Tribute-to Mist *
| j//.le | Annandnlc. *
The Omaha telegraphers presented a
beautiful lloral tribute to Miss Annamlalc ,
the contralto of the Abbott company , -it
the opera house last evening. The tribute
wus in remembrance of IUss ! Annandale
having civcn a bcnclit performance ut
Baltimore for the striking telegraphers ,
in 18S3. This warm-hearted act of the
Inily has not been forgotten by "the
boys , " and in every large city in the
country her appearance since Unit year
has been the occasion of a kindly remem
brance from them.
The tribute given to the songstress last
night was beautiful in design and execu
tion. It consisted of two lloral pil
lars , four feet in height , representing
telegraph poles , between widen were
htrung wires hung with mnihix. Sus
pended from these wires were the figures ,
wrought in tube roses , "lii , " a telegraphic
symbol meaning "Best Wishes.1 The
pillars rented on : i bed of fern-work , in
terspersed with cluster of roses , tube
roses , carnations , callaJillics , ( > tc. A lloral
panel on either side of the bed was let
tered with the initials of the recipient ,
"L. A. " The tribute , the work Kclsov ,
the llorist , was certainly remarka
bly handsome , and attracted no little
attention as it was carried upon the
stage. Attached to one of the pillars was
a card bearing the words , "Compliments
of the Omaha telegraphers to Miss Li/.Kio
Annandale at Ijoyd's opera house , De
cember 10,1880 , in remembrance of 1S8" . "
The presentation w s made during the
prison scene in which Miss A. appears
with the troubadour.
The lady bowed her thanks and quietly
resumed her part.
The following are the names of the
operators who contributed to the Annan-
dale lloral tribute : John H , Twifonl , Miss
Mollie McTaggart , R. C. Smith , Joseph
Mr.drath , C. if. Crallc , W. C. Cotton. W.
J. Uusland , . ) . A. Spitxnagle , A. V. Urtcs ,
V. A. Jackson , C. S. Soulc , Charles le
Forest , G. W. McKinney , John Jones , It.
L. Howe , Mr. Meeks , T. A. McUammoii ,
Mr. Honer , W. 11 Allen , James O'lvcefc ,
H. J. Clute , W. A. Sisk , II. S. Patterson.
, ) . P. Uarnhart , MisISIanche Kcnncy , C ,
W. Allen , J. U. Pnehard. E. E. lleasley ,
G. M. Tliompson , Fred Hunce , Grant
Kcnney , TliomasManning , J. C. Sullivan ,
F. H. Morgan. U. H. IJoylo. W. A. Me-
Miss .Malt In Tliain , Win. Kelley , Jolnl
Jtrclun , J. M. Maddov , J. S. Owens , ( J. 1) .
Trout. O. K. Hammond , C. E. Schuyler.
Ono Vear Hunoe AVill See It Uazcd
to tlio Ground ,
At the last session of the board of
education , the committee on buildings
and property was authorized to appoint a
Hub-committee of experts to visit , examine
and report upon the needs of the present
public schools in the manner of heat ,
light , safety and sanitary necessities.
This latter committee consists of John
Jenkinson , boiler inspector , lr. ) Parker
and F. M. Klhs , architect. It is under-
blood that this committee has examined
a number of the schools , but has made
no report up to the present time. When
published , this document will be one
of considerable interest. It will
doubtless have considerable ) to any about
the I/.ard school , wllieh , for &omo time
back , has attracted the attention of many
of thojuironts of "the children who at-
TiifiVl itT l esu have made many complaints -
plaints , whuilnfr if not necessary to re
peat , becausu it mav safely be said that
the days of the I/.ard arenumborcd , At
the last meeting of the board , Secretary
C'onoyer introduced : i resolution which
was adopted asKing for plans for a new
school to bo built niton the alto of the
present building. This structure is in-
tended to cost $ ' . ' 0,000. It wi ll doubtless
have taken the place of the old hoiiao be
fore the eoinnioncomijiit of the next
scholastic year. Mr. Conoyer'a
idea in introducing thn reso
lution was actuated by that
hope. The present school is old , in bail
repair , in some places cracked , in others
worn out , and above all , patched with a
double wall , built after it was learned
that the school had been erected upon a
lillcd'Up creek , There are other un
pleasant features connected with the
building , but the e will be remedied to a
degree to enable them to be tolerated
until the old cdtlice shall have been re
moved and .supplanted by an excellent
Hiicecbsftil Close of tliu Emma Abbott
The Abbott company closed their en
gagement lioro with an excellent rendi
tion of "Trovatore , " The ensembles
brought an inevitable encore and moat of
the solos hail to be repeated , Miss Abbott
was in the best of voice anil imperson
ated Leonora , one ot her favorite roles ,
with all possible grace and warmth. Miss
Annandale , in the heavy part of Avuicona ,
acted with great power and received
flowers. Montogriilb scored another suc
cess , and tang and aotod the part of
Manrico with o much Spirit as to gam
a double recall. The peculiarly luscious
( uiality of IVuelto'.s voice" showed to.pixr-
tieular advantage in the solo , "llliulon"
and ho was much of a favorite , as I'isiial.
lu the duet "with Ilemjora botn'satig bril
The Itluliurilson 'Jm > : Company.
Articles ot incorporation were filed
with the county clerk yesterday of the
ttlchardsou Drug company of Omaha.
The object of the company is to carry on
the drug business in all of its depart
ments. The capital stock is placed at.
James Kichardson , jr.
Verdict Tor Dr , Htiinc In tlic nirmlnjj-
The case of Hlrmingham vs Dr. 11 M.
Stone for alleged malpractice in the
treatment of the plalntiH"s wife which
had been on trial in the district court for
6ovcr.il days , came to an end yesterday
morning by a verdict for the defendant.
The jury was out but'tcn minutes. John
L. Kennedy , of Kennedy & Martin , ap
peared for Dr. Stone and Mr. Holmes for
the plaintiff. The evidence produced dur-
ingthotrial showed tliatDt. Stone treated
the late Mrs. llirniinuham tor hip-joint
disease from April. 1831 to October , 1881.
and then withdrew from the case. Karly
in 1885 a tumor began to develop on the
all'ectcil leg winch gr w to thirty-four
inches in diameter. This tumor proved
to bo maliunant and caused the lady's
death in March , 1880. Tins was conclu
sively shown by the evidence and also the
fact that the tumor was in nowise con
nected with the hip joint disease.
Dr. 11 aui : tin wont's Victory.
Judge McCulloch yesterday morning
rendered a decision in the ca o of Mi 3
Lesbia Clm o against Dr. Haughawout
in favor of the latter. Miis Chase , it will
be remembered , tried to tniet the doctor
from her building on the corner of Six
teenth nnd Douglas .streets , on the ground
that he had failed to comply with the
terms of the lease. The evidence totally
failed to prove her side of the story , but
on .the contrary showed that he had
strictly nii't all the requirements of the
lease. Judge McCulloch , in rendering
his decision , mildly .scored the plaintiff
for the persecution of her tenant.
The Indian Supply Depot.
Mr. A. Morsman , who was one of the
committee appointed to lay the claims of
Omaha before the Indian commissioner ,
who is about to change the location of
the Indian supply depot from New York
City , states that the rivalry that was
shown by the different western cities.nota-
bly Omaha and Kansas City , has puzzled
the commissioner and made it a dillicult
matter to decide which location is most
favored. The result will probably bo
that the supply depot will remain where
it is , in Is'cwork. . It is highly probable ,
however , that Omaha "will .secire a
branch of the depot which will be located
in the west. Commissioner Atkins has
promised a decision upon the case next
A communication was received by
President Meyers , of the board ol trade
from the Commercial club of Uelvidero
proposing a meeting of the members of
the two organi/.ations to form an ac
quaintance and to properly celebrate the
opening of railroad connections by which
the Holvidore merchants are furnished
access to the Omaha markets. The secre
tary of the board of trade has been in
structed to enter into correspondence
with the Commercial club of Hclvidfcro
and arrange for a reception to be given
to that body by the Onmha board of trade
in this city after the holidays .
C AUJHIOHT'S CHOICE.
SusplcioiiH Character * .
( leo. llogau , Henry McCuuley and
Chas. Baxter , three crooks , were arrested
by Olltnor Ormsby yesterday. Baxter is
known to have been the * accomplice of
Sullivan and Woodford , who committed
the Davis robbery two nights
ago. A letter was found signed
"Baxter & 1'ard , " in which the
writer or writers introduce Sullivan and
\ \ oodford to a pawnbroker in Ottumwa ,
la. , to whom the stolen goods were for
warded. The writer asKs that Sullivan
and Woodford bo paid the highest pos
sible price for the stolen goods. Alto
gether , ii is believed that a good case can
be made out against Baxter.
JJortlis In tlio SIccper.s.
Sleeping car tickets can now be pro
cured at the ticket ollicc of tlio Union
Pacilic depot anil at the offices of the
following lines in the business part of the
city : Chicago , Hock Island & Pacific ,
Farnam near Thirteenth ; Chicugo.Mmno-
apoljs & St. Paul , Puxlon houseChicago ; ,
Burlington & Quincy , Fourteenth and
Farnam ; Kansas City , St. Joe & Counci ]
Blulfs , at the same plnco , and Missouri
Pacific and Wabash , St. Louis & Pacific ,
Filiteontli and Farnam streets. Berths on
the Sioux City route may bo secured at
the ollico on the .northeast corner of
Fifteenth and Farnam streets.
Ai.unioirr's Ciioicr. .
OH' for I'ooatcllo.
Yesterday morning one of the fore
men of the Pocatcllo switcli yards came
into town , aiinounclngti | scareity of switch
hands in those sections. Mr. Parsons
and he went nmong tlio men In the yards
hero , and made the oll'or of t5 per month
with house rent and fuel free to married
men who would accept positions In the
new region. Four of the men , Eil Bunls ,
P. O llearn , D. Courtney and 1) . Roland ,
accepted the oiler and loft yesterday
morning. It is a dillicult matter to kcop
single men out there , They have little
elianci ) to .spend their money , and after a
few months fool themselves rich and sego
go away ami spend their wealth.
The Merchant * ' National Konnilntloti.
Contractor Coots says that ho experi
ences no dilliculty in driving the piles foi
the last and north wall of the now Mer
chants' National bank. It will take but a
few days In which to drive the remain
der , and but a few days after that to put
in the concrete , which may bo handled
even when the thermometer is ten de
grees below freezing point. Some of the
concrete is already in place , and whan it
is all laid , the massive stones to form the
foundation proper will bo lowered to
The Cox chemical company made an
assignment of all of their effects to Slioril
Coburii yesterday. The firm state thai
they have boon unable to meet the obilms
against them , and take this method o :
giving all of their creditors an equal sliou
to secure their claims.
Notice Position wanted as bookkcopei
in banking house or largo wholesale or
retail dry goods establishment , year com
menclng January 1837. Reference given
and references required. Address John
Jones , Mt. Sterling , 111. , P. 0.105.
Hoard of Trade ,
The secretary of the board of trade re
ports that the citizens are suddenly real
izing the' importance of a live , wull
qrgauizeJ board of trade , and that
numerous .inquiries are made of him concerning
corning the membership requirements
The annual election of the olncc/s of the
board will take place on Jan. U.
Merchants Hotel. Omaha. > rat Itrown
Prop , $2 per day. Cor. 10th and Farimu
All street curs from depot
Four Ijodcpn Ihiltlnc to Give n Mag
Four of the lending lodges of this city
mve united for the purpose of giving n
erics of parties during the remaining
uonths of the winter. They are the
edges of St. John , Capitol. Covert and
Eastern Star. Each of these will have
special ehaigo of one party , but will re
ceive , at the same time the co-operation
of all the others , thus placing the suc
cess of the undertaking beyond the possi
bility of n doubt. The parties will bo
ipld' in Masonic hall , tlio first taking
) Iaco tin the Sllrd inst. under the nu.s-
> iccs of the Si John. The next will bo
on January ' . ' I under the management of
the Capitol. Covert will hold its on or
ibout thoS'Jnd of February , while lliut of
the Eastern Star will take place on
The Tnarl of'Snroy.
The Itaurcis , Puls and Sehmit/ Herman
Comedy company is expected back to
night , after their engagements at Fre
mont. Columbus and Cjrand Island , where
they have boon playing the beautiful
piece , "Pearl of Savoy , " made famous by
Maggie Mitchell. They will produce thn
same pretty play to-morrow evening , and
with doubtless grc.\ter success than they
linvn heretofore achieved , because their
performance in the towns named have
given them several dress rehearsals
whieh thus far they have not enjoyed in
the production of any piece.
The city council met as a board of
equalization at the city clerk's olllce yes-
tcrda } * . The only matter of special im
portance that came before them was the
complaint of a delegation of citizens in
regard to the sewer in district 28. The
sewer is a combination spwor , and the
citizens protest against paying the entire
cost , but bold that the cost of the con
struction of the florin sewer should bo
paid from the North Omaha sewer fund.
The matter \yas taken under advisement
by the council.
Ai.niticm's Ciioici : .
John Stcnbertr disposed summarily
of seven vagrants who were brought
before him yesterday morning. Their
names wore William Butler , James
Uoyd , vuIlium West , William Collins ,
Harry Johnson , Charles Cook and Joe
llansc , and they were sentenced lo thir
ty days in the county jail. Five vagrants
from Council Blulfs were given one hour
to leave town. Out of live drunks , two
were committed in default of their linos.
Tlio bids for the contemplated improve
ments in the delivery windows of the
po'tollieu and other of the departments
contiguous thereto , wore finished yestor.
day morning , but will haye to bo forwared
to Washington before they can bo acted
A force of plumbers are engaged in thn
customhouse building rejuvenating the
closets of the place which have long stood
in need of improvement.
The > piipils of Prof. Dwor/ak , the Bo
hemian musical artist , will give a per
formance this 'evening in Hoffman's hall ,
on South Thirteenth street. The enter
tainment under the auspices of thoj.samc
professor , which was to have taken place
on last Saturday , was prevented by the
inclement weather which prevailed.
Their Pnplllion Brother * .
A delegation of Omaha Knights of
Pythias lodge No , 20 went to Papillion
last , evening to assist the lodge at that
place in the work of instituting the third
degree. The party was composed , of
Messrs. Krause , Heints , Otto Wagner , C.
Brodo , Grossman , Tibko , llartwic , Copt/ ,
Kroego , livarts and Charles Boelim. They
return to Omaha early this morning.
Ar.mtioirr's Cnoici ; .
A Curious Suit.
Before .Judge Dundy yesterday morning
the case of Batclioldor , O'Leary and Mur
ray against thcB.it M. road was on trial.
The suit is brought by the plaintiffs , who
are farmers of Sarpy county , to recover
damages on account of the overflow of
their lauds by the river. It is charged
that the overflow was caused by the care
lessness of the B. & M. road. Several
years ago when the old pile bridge near
La Platte was partially destroyed and anew
now one built , the piles instead nf being
cntirclv removed were sawed off at the
top. This left an obstruction which
caused the formation of a sand-barwlilcli
in turn directed Ilia course ot the river
upon these fanning lands and destroyed
An Original Play.
Tliis evening the novelty of an ori
ginal play by an Omaha writer , Emil
( jeislcr , will be experienced at the
opera house , when the "American Patri
cian Daughter" will bo produced. The
production will bo for the bencllt of the
authorwho has boon an invalid for about
two vcar.s. The Musical Union orchestra
will be in attendance.
Superintendent GrUlllhs , of the railway
mail service , reports thn following
changes among the postal clerks :
1) . M. Ilugor , promoted trom fourth
to fifth class , vice ( ! . M. Bailey ; II. V.
Hilelman , vice 1) . M. Kuger , third to
fourth ; F. W. Vaille , vice S. S. Beebo ,
fourth to fifth ; W. J. Nash , vice F. W.
Yaillo , third to fourth.
W. A. Crosby has been made a clerk of
class one ,
Superintendent vYhltlock issued build
ing permits yesterday as. follows :
l.ouls.Inhnson , one-story Ir.uno cot-
ttino , ParUprnearTwDiity-lomth , . ? 400
.M mil n HiMirlfkhoii , imn-btory liauio
cottuKo , U-illlornta nc.ir Tliiity-llftli 4W
Two permit * aggregating WJ
Tlio attention of investors is called to
tm advertisement under head of
' Business Chances , " to a valuable prop
erty and business olfored for f IS.'ij'OOU ,
Licensed Watchmaker for the U. P.
Hallway Co. ( J. S. HAVMOXP ,
Douglas and 10th.
A. II. Baker , of ( irand Island , mortga
gee of the firm of K. V. McCartney & Co. ,
arrived in town yesterday morning , At
torneys are now at work upon the busi
ness , and it is expected that it will bo nd-
justed satisfactorily to all parties concerned -
Incensed to Wed ,
Judge McCulloch granted marriage
licenses yesterday to the following par-
tics. : ,
Xaiue. llesldence. AKfc
( O. S. 1'cttis . * . Omaha "A
I JdaO. tiibson . . . . . .Omaha SO
j Carl A. Nflson . Omaha ' IS )
J illlila Swaii ! > on . TOtnuIia ' ' . ! :
} Joliu l.awsou . OnuJu 21
( Hury Hoj > e . . .Oiualia 16
Furniture < 5f the Commercial House ,
irand Island , . Nob. , to bo sold nt force
sale before January 1st , 18S7 , consisting
of Beds , Bedding , Chamber Suits , Stoves ,
, Largo Wrought Iron Range , with Sloam
L'ablo , etc. , Dining Itooni nnd Office Fur-
liturc , etc. ( iootls will be sold to suit
purchasers in any quantity. Terms o
pale will be made liberal. For informa
ion , call on or address J. < ! . HAINK ,
On Iho rccomnipitdnlioii of" his com-
iaiiy and post commanders , Private
iVilliain Miles , Company H , . Second In-
antry , now in conlinemcnt at Omaha ,
N'eb. , under a charge of having deserted
he service of the United States at Fort
Jmalia , N'eb , . September 80. 1S80 , has
jeon ordcrcil to bo released from con-
Inemont ami restored to duty without
rial. He will forfeit all pay and allow-
inccs duo him at date of desertion and
will make good the time lost thereby.
In the county court ye turday the bank
of.Commerco commenced a suit against
II. C. Bin-bank and ( ? . W. Duncan fc Co.
lo secure judgement on a promissory
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity , strength nnd wbolesotncness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and
jannotbe sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test , short we'ght alum ot
[ ihospbate powd.'rsSold only in cans.
Royal Barfing Powder Co.103 Wall St. ,
13th St , Cor. Capitol Avenue ,
roil TUB TRIATMEKT OF AfL
Chronic & Surgical Diseases.
liR. rflcNlENAWlY.Prop otoi ; .
' Private J'ract4ce
Slitoeu yenra' Hospital mm
Wo liavo tlio fndlltioe , eiiparatuc nnd rcnitdlca
for the eucccfsfnl treatment of every form of < 1U-
i use requiring cither nirdlcnl or surgical treatment ,
And Inuto all to came nnd [ live ttl utu fur tlicmeeh ft
or correspond with ne. Long cijicrlenco lu trent
inicaie by letter enables u tn treat tnany idtes
scientifically \\lthout Fcolnt ; them
WHITE KOH CWCULAH on Deformity find
Brace * , Club Feet , furvaturcn ot tlio Spine
DIBEAIIEB < > i"Voxr * . Pllcc , Tiimorn , Cancers ,
Catarrh , Ilrmichltlx , Inhalation , Electricity , Pr.rnl *
ycl , Epllciify , Kidney , jc , Ear , bklu , Wood ami
all surgical operations.
ISnttcrlrs , luhnlxri , Tlrnre * , TriiB < ci , nml
pll klndt of Medical nnd Surgical Appliance * , mun-
ufactnred nnd Tor i.ile
Th only reliable inidlcal Institute making
Private , Special $ Nervous Diseases
1 A BPlTciAMY.
ALT. CONTAGIOUa AJCJ ) I1I.OOD DISEASES ,
from whatever catiKcjirodiitcil.iiuccossfiillytreBted
We cm remove Syphilitic poison from thOby > Uiu
Nc\v restorative treatment for lots of vital power
Af [ < COMMUJJIt'ATIONH CO.M'HIEXTIAI.
Cull snd consult in or ucnd unmo and post-oHici
luliln-ii plainly written enclose ntunip , and we
Hill fend you. In phln wraniicr , our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO
uro.s rm > VTE , Erjsuui , ASO Mcnrovi
Rr.MI.VAT , Wl-ARNCSII , SfEllUATOIIHillEi ,
CV , SiYPHIUH , ( JOKOIIKUITA , < il KET , V AmCOf-EI K ,
STIIICTUIIK , AND AI.I , mcrAnn or TIIK OENITO-
UiiiMAnr Oitui.Mi , or cccil hiitury of jour cute for
I'cisons unable to visit ne m y Ijo trc/itcd nt their
homes , l > y correspondence. Mirticlncsaml Instrn
menu icnt by null or expruJoSECIJnri.V TACK
El ) rilO-U UIIHEHVATIOV. no mar' : ! to Inrtii itf
coutentH or tender. One porbonal Intcnlcw pre
fcrredlftoii'-cnlent. i'lfty n'onia for the n-coin
modation of puticnti Iloaul and attendaue at
reavonaulu pucca. Adilros al < I.cttcra to
Omalia Medical and Surgical institute ,
or. I3lh t. nnfi CanltalA.VC. . . OMAHA. N B.
Heliraska National Bank
OMAHA , NEIJKASKA.
Pnidup Copital $200,000
H. W. Vntns , PrcMdont.
A. K. Touxnlin.rirc 1'rcsiilrnt.
W. II S. lltiKhiss , Collier.
\V. V. Morse , .John S. Collins
II. W. YSIUM , Lewis S. Heed.
A. E. Toiujiliu.
BANJCINQ OFFICE :
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor I'Jlli and Farnam Sts
A General HnnUini ; JUiiincss Trnnsnotocl.
N" . W , HARRIS & Co.
JMXJCEJtti , CllWA(10.
nitlSIS or oiHitliH , ClticH mid nthorflof
OVfSUO IiliflurrRilotiouKlit RnilbOlil Kiistcru
uffloe 6H Uovoiithlro BU Huston. Contipoiul-
CAPITAL , . - - $40OOOO
SURPLUS , - 400,000 ,
Accounts of Hanks , Hunkers and Corpo
Our facilities 'or ' COLUJCTIONS are
excellent and we re-discount for banks
\ > hen balances warrant it
Hoston is a Keserve City , and balances
with us froinlaiiksnot ( located in other Ke
serve Cities ; count as icservc.
We draw our own Exchange on London
and the Continent , and make Cable trans
fers and place money by telegraph through
out the United States and Canada.
Government Hpndb bought and sold , and
Exchanges in Washington made for lianks
without extra charge.
We have a market for prime first-class
Investment Securities , nnd invite proposals
Jrom States , Counties and Cities when issuing -
We do a general Hanking business , and
ASA P. POTTER , Pi evident.
JOS. W. WUUK , CaMijor.
I b r. poiul" reta.Jj l.r Ib * ttwi * dlitu ; bj ll nia
thotiuiidi ol CK t ; PC II pr t Ui.4 nd * f * "gjlog
li ret encoi 'l lod.td. oiiMncunjUltk U l e < nt '
\\M ; I will f.ndrvl O KUriLEJ t BEE.luftalxr wltb VU
uIlltKrllEATiaKintW dl. a . . o iiriuir rer Olftiiz-
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As Hie Holiday season is upon us , would it not be advisable and eminently proper to select from our stock
some useful things ?
Our goods , although not selected exclusively for Holiday Gift * , yet every one of them would make n sensi
ble nnd highly appreciated present , which would be useful the year round. This being our Hist season , \vo
have made u place foi- ourselves among you , and by milking the interests of our customers our own. Wo pro
pose to show our apprccialion of their patrounge by making startling reductions throughout our entire line
for their benefit , beginning Friday , December 17th , and continuing until after Christmas.
In the Hoys' and Children's Department we oiler :
Roys' Winter weight suits , worth # /or , $ / . &
f/rnde , Jois'units , nmdc up in Norfolk .v///7c * * , reduced from
tit > / /
ty'f.7i > to $ . < & .
' / / Cassiinere 8itits.fa&hioit < ihfy yoften trj > , retfttvctf jfrotn $ tf to
In Hoys'ami Children's Overcoats we have them from $ ! ( ! K > upwards , and a very fine line of plain and fur-
Those ( it $ .9O Reduced to $ J.
Those at JftS Reduced to $ V
Those at $9 Reduced to $ V.5
Those at $ tO Reduced to $7
In the Men's Clothing Department we have within the last ten days reinforced our assortment with IPW
styles in Business and Dress Suits , and oiler the entire line at uniformly reduced prices.
Men's Strictly ill wool Suits Reduced /ront $8.7,9 to $ G
Men's Strictly all worsted Dress Suits , Reduced from $9.Z < > to $7
Men's all worsted SacJi Suits , Straight and Round Cuts , Rt duced
from $13 to $12.50
Men's fine Corls8crcwJButtoiifCufairay Suits , in ulach or brown ,
duced from $1S to $15
Veryjinef4 Rutton Cutaway Dres * S nits , Reduced from $ 'iHo $ / 7. 7S
Very fine Imported worsted Sad : Siiitsthc coats and vests lined with
Satin , in straight ind round cuts Reduced from $ ' 3.50 to.5O .
Extra fine Corkscrew Prince Albert Dress Suits ill olucs and
, Reduced from $3O to $25.75
We call especial attention to our $25.75 Prince Albert Dress Suit" , not alone to Hie line quality , but to the
slyle and the manner in which they are gotten up ; and they should only be compared with merchant tailor's
make , and in price with such goods as other dealers ask § 35 for.
Our enormous assortment of Overcoats nnd Ulsters , plain and fur-trimmed , are made from JOdridon & Hur-
lington , Kerseys. Chinchillas , Elysians , Fur Beavers and Montagnacs , some silk and others satin lined. The
tremely low prices of these can only be appreciated after examining the qualities.
In Mufllers and Silk Handkerchiefs we positively oiler the most htupendons bargains , for instance :
CassiMiere Mufflers for dress wear at 2.c cacJi , ; worth. 75c.
All Satin Mufflers at $1.50 ; vort , $3.
JSiUv Hdndket'cJiicfsfor 25c ; worth , 5Oc.
Including an elegant assortment of better grades in which we can save you more money than in the cheaper
Anything in our line you may purchase , take it around town , and if you think you can do belter , return
the same , . ( if not soiled ) , the money will be returned to you instantly without remarks.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price at the
Cor. and 14th Omaha.
. Douglas sts. , .
To every customer mi the honor ofn company Ihat Imvo established their basiiies * < m the ImsNof S rAHE DKALINH
linc-ke.tl by the superior merits oftlic Rooils they muiiiil'actiirc. Conlldciicu in its morlts warrant them In niterlnir
FIRST CLASS TllADB OXLV. . , .
They dt'slre live , energetic and responsible dealers in all unoccupied territory If J'ou ttl'1' ' ( 'i ' L < Ill"H niai-hinu
with which to undersoil your neitfhborH , don't answer this advertisement :
but if yon appreciate real merit , and wish lo bundle a flowing machine that ,
will reflect credit on your business , prove a sonrciol' pleasure to your eiiij-
touici'H , and v
PUT MONEY IN YOUR POCKETS ,
Address for particulars 09 .No. Ifith .St.
UNION M'F'G. CO. ,
OMAHA , NHIWASKA.
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CINCINNATI , I ) . H. A. ' ,
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"WANTED ! '
Ladies to "Work , for Us at Their .Own
$7 $ to $10 Per Week Can Be Qnlell/ / Hide
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E. T. ALLEN , M. D.
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Room U Williams Duilding , cor. Kith and
Dodge els , Omaha.
Hours 8 to 12 a.m. 2 to ! and 7 to S p m
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Omaha , Neb.
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Bed Star Line
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OcKveen Antwern & [ jew York
TO THE RHINE , GERMANS , ITALY , H !
LAND AND FRANCE.
I'M.I. AMJ WINTIJIt.
Falon froia l > 0 to $ r > Hicuriion trip from
fill ) to fl-ij , jjueonU Cabin , minvanl , U5 ;
prcimld , t5 ; i-xriir > lon. $ SO. titouriipe u&vnyo
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P , BOYER & CO.
and Jail Work.
1020 1'unmui fatrett , Ouaba. Neb ,
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