Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 04, 1887, Part II, Image 9

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Free ! Free ! Free ! GIVEN AWAY ,
' jfVu'i'ur J'erton Mittlnit
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la-e 3ETalr.
602 , W)4,605& ) 603 S. 13th St. 602 , oO , - 600 and 60S S. 13th St. ,
I Beautiful Present. A Beautiful Present ,
502 , 504 , 506 and 508 S. 13th st.
Will Inaugurate Monday , and Continue September 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 and 10.
The Greatest CloakSalethe World Ever Knew
Grand Fall Opening Sale of Jackets , Wraps , Plush Cloaks and Newmarkets , at an Immense saving to Purchasers this Week ,
It may Seem a Little Early to Show Winter Garments , but We Have this to Say , that if We had not Bought all Our Plush and Other Garments
Early , We Could not Offer You Such an Unprecedented value. We Would also Say that Although Our Stock is Very Large , the Extreme
Low Price will Run it Out Before Winter has Reached Us , and We would Strongly urge You to Call and make Your Selections Early.
Heavy Boucle Jackets
Single Breasted , All Colors.
This MH.75 Worth
Very Stylish Boucle Jackets.
In Black and Brown.
Fandy Boucle Jackets
All Wool , Best Quality.
TliiIe $ ,50 ;
Black Astrachan Jackets
Very Fine. Satin Lined ,
This Week $5 $ , Worth $8 $ ,
Imported Stockinet Jackets ,
Satin Lined Hood ,
r This Week $6 $ , Worth $9 $ ,
Plush Sacques.
40 inches long , tight-fitting-satin quilted
lining , chamois pockets , seal
ornaments ,
This Week $15 $ , Worth
Ten oblong real seal , buttons and orna
ments. The latest style. A perfect
imitation of a real seal garment ,
This Week $25 $ , Worth
Alaska Seal
Plush Sacques.
42 inches long , lined with a very choice
quality satin fancy quited chamois
pockets , real seal ornaments ,
Kifcttt ( oil
Long front , fur-trimmed all around with
tails or balls , silk quilted linings ,
This Week $10 $ , Wonh $15 $ ,
Plush Wraps
Trimmed with be t quality of Beaver and
beaver balls , finest satin quilted
lining ,
This Week $20 $ , Worth
Very long fronts , fur-trimmed , with fur
balls all around ,
This Week $22,50 $ , Worth$35 $ ,
Astracan Cloaks ,
40 inches long , four loops of ornaments on
front , good quality satin lining ,
This Week $10 $ , Worth $15 $ ,
Heavy Boucle Wraps.
Fur and ball trimmed ,
This week $6 $ , Worth
Handsome Astrachan Wrap ,
Trimmed in black with passamenteric and
fur trimmed all around.
This week $10 $ , Worth $15 $ ,
Bes Quality Astrachan Wraps ,
Silver fur ttimmed , heavy satin quilted
linings ,
This week $15Worth $
A Large Lot Newmarkets ,
In black , Diagonal or Boucle ,
This week $3,50 $ , ; worth $6 $
Ladies' Fine Newmarkets ,
Checked or plaid cloth with hood ,
This week S8 ; woi $12 $
With cape or satin lined hoods ,
This week $10 $ ; worth $15
111 limiillW 11U1YUKI
Imported goods . , fur trimmed , satin
Httlng. A very sty'ish ' ganner
This week $15 $ ; worth
Children's Cloaks
A Large Sample Line of
cniLimi\'s : AXI > MISSUS'
No two alike. Very peed cloth , All sizes.
Well made ,
This Week $5.
Worth up to f 10.
Of heavy boucle cloth. All Sizes.
This Week $3.50
Worth | 0.
In all colors. Regular styles , with velvet-
lined hoods and belts. All sizes.
This Week $5.
Worth $7.50.
inery Dept.
Grand Opening Sale of
We arc now ready to show a complete
line of
Felt Hats and Bonnets ,
Velvet Hats and Bonnets ,
Plush Hats and Bonnets ,
Fancy Hats and Bonnets.
Our assortment in PLAIN , STRIPED
So ( stylish this coming season for Millin *
cry ) has no equal in this city.
Fancy Feathers ,
Ostrich Plumes and Tips ,
Our stock IK unsurpassed.
Our Millinery is select , and of such
quality as is generally found with FIRST
SPECIAL Any of the above garments can be secured by making a small payment thereon and we will put them away until called for. We make this extra in
ducement to enable every lady to get one ot the above great bargains.Remember sale begins Monday and continues all week.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS , 502 , 504,506 and 508 S. 13th street
Promised for the Coming Social Season in
Events of the Vast Week Some
Pleasant Gatherings Now *
and Gossip of a Social
Society In Omaha.
Another week has rolled nrouiul and
Mill society circles maintain their unruf
fled calm , but , as before intimated , under
the btirfaeo lire all the indications of an
early : utd vigorous resuscitation. 'Iho
days are growing shorter , und the mono
tone ) of the cicudao is heard the night
through , proclaiming in unmistakable
language that the summer time is over.und
the hoary winter , with his snow und
icy breath is about to bo ushered in.
Then begins the brilliant round of indoor -
door festivities , then opens up the season
of weddings , and balls , and parties , the
season of flirtation , of love-making and
conquest. The daily telegraph tells of
the emptying of the seaside hotels , and
every incoming steamer brings homo its
delegation of tourists from abroad. Soon
all will be homo again , and then society
V events will follow thick and fast. The
only event of prominence during the
past week was the brilliant nuptials
of Mr. \ \ illiam Dell , ot London , England ,
and Miss Sallie II. Lowe , the beautiful
daughter of General W. \ \ . Lowe , of this
city. This was an occasion of extraor
dinary splendor , and a lit inauguration
of the gav season that is to shortly follow.
A little bird has whispered to the BKU
that this recherche wedding is to have
its counterpart within the next thirty
days , that another of the fairest of the
fair is to be led to the altar
by one of the city's most eligible catches
and exemplary young business men.
Hut this little feathered friend has en
joined secrecy , and the lir.t ; dare not violate
late its wishes. Still further intelligence
on the subject will bo shortly forthcom
ing. For the time intervening the belles
and beaux can bo employed in guessing
at who the happy couple are.
The handsome residence of General and
Mrs.V. . W. Lowe was Thursday the
scene of a happy and brilliant event.
The occasion was the marriage of Mr.
William Hell , of London , Kugland , to
Miss Sallie 11. Lowe , of this city.
' 1 ho homo of the bride was crowded
with friends , the ollto of Omiilm society ,
and the event was one of the most bril
liant which has ever occurred in tiiis
The interior decorations of the resi
dence were beautiful and appropriate ;
the f rauranco of rare specimens of Mare-
chial Neil , Itonnots and Jacquinuuol
roses tilling the airand tropical plants n !
various species being tastefully arranged
throughout the dwelling.
At 'J o'clock the conrracting parties ,
with their attendants , took position be
neath a lovely arch of boll and binilax
flowors.and in a most impressive manner
Rnv. W. K. Copeland performed the coro-
The bride was attired in white satin
and moire with veil of tulle , held in no
.Bition by a diamond star , beneath whicl
, was liuiden the nUmis of it spray o :
blossoms , am ) a handsome , dln-
mom ! ' " necklace and earrings added
heir charm to the beauty of the lovely
The bridesmaids , all attired in white
tulle with diamonds and Morruct roses ,
were the Misses Irene P. Lowe , Kittle
Lowe , and Addio BabcocK.
The groom was attended by Mr. John
N. Merrill , ot Boston ; Harry F. ( .TOW , of
tiuelph , Canada , and Jesse Lowe , of
Messrs. Frank P. Pollard and Paul Vol-
luin were the ushers.
A reception was given after the cere
mony in the dining hall , followed during
the afternoon by a delightf al social and
musical treat. Among the many costly
gifts were a diamond necklace from the
bride's parents and a diamond crest
from the groom.
The bride is too well known in Umaha to
need introduction. Her many estimable
traits of character have endeared her to
many friends who will heartily con
gratulate her husband and wish for both
a future of prosperity and happiness.
The groom is the son ot a prominent
manufacturer of Canada.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Boll loft
for Chicago. After remaining there a
few days they will go to Guclph , Can. ,
and visit the parents of the groom. They
will then leave for San Francisco , re
maining one day on their journey , and
from the Pacific coast they will go to
Australia , whore they will remain dur
ing the winter months. Then they will
go to London , Kng. , which is to bo their
future homo , and to which the well-
wishes of many friends will follow them.
TiiUusnAir MOitNixn Mine. Modjcska
left for Colorado Springs , whore she will
meet her company and commence re
hearsals for the coming season. She will
remain there two weeks , and then open
at Denver. Her repertoire will consist of
Shakspcarian characters , "Camillo" and
"Mario Stuart. " It was intended to have
in her repertoire this season "The
Chouans , " but owing to the largo
amount of scenery required in its pro
duction , and the oll'ect of the interstate
commerce law on freight , the project has
been abandoned.
KVKNixo Mr. Frank Green of
the Herald business department was
married to Miss Nellie Corcoran , the
Kov. C.V. \ . Savidgo , pastor of the Seward
street M. K. church , performing the cere
mony. The church was tilled with friends
of the parties , and the reception , subse
quently held at the homo of the groom's
father , was one of the happiest social
events of the season. The presents to
the bride were noticeable for variety ,
value and usefulness. Mr. Grcon is the
son of one of the oldest residents of
North Umaha , and his bride a favorite in
lKHNKSUAY KVKMKd a rccopuon was
tendered Kov. .1. M. Bates of the St. Paul
mission church , corner Thirty-second
and Cass streets. Bishop Woithington
presided and a largo number of people
were present. Mr , Bates is a young
Kpiscopal clergyman formerly of Topekii
who came to Omaha for the purpose of
establishing an KpUcopnl church school
for boys , which project is now under
way. The hearty reception the reverend
gentleman received clearly shows the es
teem in which ho is held by the people of
Ntt TIIK visit ofitho New York vet
eran firemen in Omaha a concert will bo
given in the exposition hall. The datn
lixed is Friday evening , September 9.
C.uipa's Seventh regiment band will fur
nish the music. and Adolph Gloso , the
pianist , , und Miss Hortenso Pierse , the
talented -opnino singer , will render
several ole > . The program will open
with an overdue. "William Tell1 by
( 'appa's band , Walter Rogers will follow
with a cornet solo. The band will
give a grand selection from Lucia di Lam-
mormoor. " Adolph Gloso will give a
piano solo , "Valse do Juliet , " and Miss
Picrso will make her first appearance as
the vocalist in the "Stabat Mater , " which
will bo played by the band. One of
Liszt's Hungarian rhapsodies and "Gen
eral BoulangerV on rovcnant do la
Revue. " by Wiegand , will next be es
sayed bv this celebrated band. W. Grif
fin and > V. Lacroix will plav a cornet
and trombone duet. Miss Piorse will
sing "The Nightingale , " by Dolibos , dur
ing the evening , and the concert will
conclude with a grand fantasi , introduc
ing melodies from England , Scotland
and Ireland. The atl'air will bo a de
cidedly pleasant ono , and in perfect
harmony with the other undertakings of
the iircmon.
ATI.KASANT surprise was accorded Mr.
J. P. Stupman at his homo Twonty-lifth
and Patrick avenue on Friday evening.
A merry company of well wishers took
posessinn of his residence und hold high
carnival until an carlv hour Saturday
morning. Ttio occasion was in com
memoration of Mr. Shipman's birthday.
Elegant refreshment. ? were served and a
very pleasant evening enjoyed. Among
those present were Miss Sadie Kclloy
and Mr. Williams. Miss Martin and Mr.
McMullcn , Miss Birdie McCoy and Mr.
Louis Littlcliold , Miss Nellie Lanagan
and Mr. Arnold , Mrs. Nile , Mr. Burk-
holder , Mr. Bert Nile.
WHILE Mr. and * trs. W. C. Kelley
were out out for a ride Thursday evening
their pleasant homo at 023 } South Eigh
teenth street was invaded by a party of
.young friends , who hud come to help
them celebrate the lirst anniversary of
their wedding day. The guests were as
followsMr. . and Mrs. J. II. Harto ,
Messrs. II. ( J. Harto , O A. Bohmo , G.
Lindloy , L , Eyestono , A. M. Hcintzcl , J.
Beverly. J. Calahan , B. Couch. C.R.Sim-
or man , W. C. Kerr and the Aliases 1) . K.
Keiwit , O. Sampson , M. Bright , M. Ken-
driok , E. Altstadt , J. Beverly , L. L. and
1) . Kclloy. A most enjoyable time was
had and the genial host and hostess were
the recipients of many well wishes.
QUITE A party of Omahans , who have
been spending the summer at the princi
pal places of resort on the Atlantic coast ,
have returned. 'Iho party is composed
of Mr. and Mrs. II. K. liurkot , Mr. Joseph -
soph M. llaskell and Miss Annie E. Has-
kcll. The parly report a most pleasant
ON THURSDAY September 16 the Misses
McParlln and Orchard will give a Ger
man at the Paxton hotel.
A PKMGHTPL'T. five o'clock tea , which
proved a most enjoyable all'air , was ten
dered by the Misses Birkhausers to a few
of their friends Tuesday afternoon , at
their residence in Hanscom Place.
Among those present were : Misses May
Vtillis , Grace Williams , Mablo Pratto ,
Lillian Bruner , Alice Howell , Lila Alex
ander , Abby Homos , Cleo Daniels. Alice
Hardy , Ada Wiscncr , Bertha Evans ,
Mollie and Fanny Graff , Stella McCart
ney , Mamie Larwood of Now York , Neal
of Chicago , and Everest of D cs Moinos.
* 8
A MOONI.IUIIT excursion was given at
Cut-Oil lake Friday night on the steamer
Lady of the Lake , which was ouo of the
moat enjoyable events of the week.
Among others who participated were fie
following : Mr. James Kiley and Miss
Allen. Mr. Reynolds and Miss Gcorgo ,
Mr. George Testcrn and Miss Jenkins ,
Mr. Watson and Miss Jones , Mr. t'arr
and Miss Tobin , Mr. Jones aud Miss
Kendall , Mr. and Mrs. Watson , Mr. anil
Tosteriu. Messrs. Hlley and Watson
furnished some excellent music and the
time was spent most'pleasantly.
CARDS ARE out for.tho marriage of Miss
Emma Alstadt , daughter of William Al-
stadt of this city , to Morris T. Haicall ,
cashier in the Pullman ticket office at
Ogden , Utah. The ceremony will bo
performed on Wednesday , September 1 } ,
aud the reception will take place at the
residence of the brido's parents , No. 820
South Sixteenth Itrcet , from 4 to 7 p. m.
A VERY pleasant evening was spent
Wednesday by the members of the Hill
side Congregational church at the resi
dence of Mr. C. H. Kicti , publisher of the
South Omaha Stockman.
* *
A VERY interesting feature of the
Franko concert w'as the duo for piano
and violin played by Master Charles and
Daisy and Higgins.'both pupils of Mr.
Franko. Master Charles handled his in-
stumont very gracefully and skillfully
for one of his ago and his younger sister
seconded him on the piano with all the
dignity of an accomplished concert
player. Both are very promising little
TUESDAY EVENING n pleasant party
was given on Senator Manderson's beau
tiful grounds , an event which was partic
ipated in by a number of the young folks ,
under the auspices of the "As You Like
It Tennis Club. " The affair was termed
a "barn party" and in every way il was
heartily enjoyed by all who participated.
Among those present were the following :
Muses Genie Kountzo , Bessie Kount/.e ,
Flo Yates , Clara Brown , Delia Chandler ,
Mary Sherwood , Miss Bradley , Leila
Shears. Carrie Jordan , Clara Hustin ,
Reria Ross , Mablo Balcombo , Mary Lud-
dington. Ida Dlxon , Bessie Hall , Dot
Wallace , May Copolanri , Mary Brown ,
Alice Brown , Sadie Nash , Sallie McClin-
took , Mellie Groll' , Fannie Groir , Agnes
MeParlm , Grace Kmzio , Maggie
Williams , Mabol Fonda , Mabol Pratt ,
Bessie Morse , May Mansliold ,
Messrs. Augustus Kountze , Charles
Kountze , Randall Brown , Ed Sherwood ,
Earl Gannett , Nat Brigham , Cliarlos
Deul , Jas. McCan , Ed McCan , Art Ken
nedy , Hy Rustin , Fred Dornuico , Will
Uoano , Chas. Ellis , Fred Rustin. Mr.
Hall , Mr. Baxter , Porrv Badollet , Bob
Ross. Frank Simpson , Harry Miller. Art
Union , Charlie Butler , Uarrv Butler Jno.
A. Creighton. Hilton Fonda , Bert Cook ,
Myrick Rheem , Will Poppletou , Walt
, -
THE MARRIAGE of Mr. G. A. Joplin , ot
this city , and Miss Anna B. Vaughan , of
Sholbyvillo , Ky. , will take place at the
latter oity Wodiiojday , September 7.
AT six o'clock this evening Mr. A.
Lewis and Miss Ncllio E. Spiglo , both of
this city , will bo married at the syna
gogue. The ceremony will bn followed
by a reception at Gormania hall.
# #
A I'LEASANT reception was given
Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Myerson in honor of Mrs. Eugene Karat ,
of St. Louis.
* .
A Ki'MHER of the friends of Miss
Jennie Moore gathered at the residence
of her parents Wednesday evening on
Dodge street. The evening was spent in
social games and a most enjoyable time
was had. Those present \ voroMisses. .
Mamie Morse. Margaret Hull. Lulu
Dolan , Helen Lniith , Margaret Brown ,
Maz Burns , May Cowin , Mabol Taylor ,
May Yates , Alice Chase , Margaret Cook ,
Nina Marshall and Messrs. George
Miner , Allen Marsh , Doud Fonda , Jay
Boyd , Wood Allen , Ralph Richardson ,
Will Cowin , Wat' ! < r.M nor , Sannel Burns ,
Fred Schmidt , Wilko Uusthi , Paul Hurley ,
George Pnndt. Harry Stevens , Nat Shelton -
ton , Howard Tildon.
gave a birthday party at which the fol
lowing little folks worn present : Janctt
Rogers , Hope Hanchett , Marion Council ,
Beulah Evans , Isabella Myerson , Grace
and Clare Northrop. The little host was
four years of ago on Monday and was
the recipient of many congratulations on
the part of her little friends.
THE RESIDENCE of Mr. Augustus Pratto
was the scene of a delightful lawn coeial
given by the members of All Saints' , Fri
day evening.
Miss PENNNEI.L will sing a solo from
Gaul's cantata this morning at
All Saints' church , entitled "The Holy
City. "
* *
A I'RETTY little wedding occurred al
noon Thursday in the St. Alark's Luth
eran church. The contracting parties
were George B. Atkinson , of Indian
apolis , Ind. , and Clara M. Lalleldcr , of
this city , and the ceremony was per
formed'by the Rev. George H. Schnur.
There were a number of friends present
who wished them many happy days.
* *
AT SPIRIT LAKE Wednesday Miss
Heimbaiigh , of this city , gave a private
dinner , there being twonty-gvo covers
and eleven courses. It was a delightful
aflair and thn beautiful hostess did the
honors with her accustomed grace.
Miss Ida Pundt has returned from Kan
sas City.
Mrs. M. J. Quigglo has returned from
Miss Laura Crouch is in Louisville ,
Dean and Mrs. Gardner have returned
from the mountains.
Air. and Mrs M. G. McCoon left for
Los Angeles \Vedncsday.
Misses Grelchon and Marie Crounsc
have returned from the seaside.
Mrs. C. A. Parrotto and Mra. C. Wells
have returned from Colorado Springs.
Mrs. Mumaugh , Omaha's genial artist ,
has returned from a pleasant trip to Col
Mrs. J. C. McAlvin has returned from
a pleasant visit to her old homo in Sey
mour , Ind.
Mrs. General Crook loft Wednesday
for the cast. She will spnnd several
weeks at her old homo in Virginia.
Miss Olive Oakley and Miss Nellie
Baum of Lincoln , are visiting Miss Lulu
Ballantinc , No. 1(118 ( Webster street.
Mrs. Xeigler of Chicago and Mrs. Mur
phy of Terre Haute , Ind. , arc visiting
Mrs. W. Martin on Twenty-second street.
Hon. A. 11. Baker , of Grand Island ,
one of the pioneer citizens of Omaha ,
was in the city on his way to St. Louis to
place his son in college in that city.
Robert Harris and family left last oven-
idg for Los Angeles , l/al. , where it is
thought the genial climate of America's
Italy will improve Mrs. Harris' declining
Art Noin * .
Miss Mollona Buttcrliold has opened a
studio in the board ot commerce. Shu is
a now addition to the art circles of
Conrad Hoyd is now in Milwaukee.
Among the portraits ho has on hand is a
lifo-si/o , full length , of the late Alex
ander Mitchell.
Albert Rotherv is busily engaged with
portraits. Ho has lately linlshcd a beauti
ful and life like drawing of Mr O. S.
Pcttls , and is putting the tiinshing
touches on a pair of very fine drawings
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Armstrong.
Mr. Floris Kcusis , an artist from St.
Louis , is located in the city. A crayon
drawing of Mrs. W. UeForcst Saxo has
just loft his easel and is a beautiful and
life-like piece of work.
Mrs. Mnmaugn Is crowded with
scholars aud orders in her coxy studio in
the Paxton building , Some of her pupils
are making remarkable progress. A
beautiful little painting of oranges , and
B llower study , of flowers arranged in an
old and beautiful vase , both painted
from nature , are very lino. A number of
now and elegantly finished crayon portraits
traits have just left her easel.
A Substantial $ tOOO Check Belong
ing to a Spook.
A certified check for 51,000. belonging to
the mysterious Mr. Nichol , Is In the ar-
chloves of the board of public works waiting
for its owner to prove Identity nnd claim
property. It will bo remembered that some
weeks HRO bids for the city hall superstruc
ture were opened. A deposit of 81,000 as a
guarantee of good faith was required to ac
company each bid. Among the bidders were
the Brunnan Bros. , anil Nichol. In the
kindness of their hearts the lironnan
brothers cave their check certllied as secur
ity accompanying Nlcliol's bid. A s trail no
coincidence in tlio bids of both were mis
takes In addition ot S3 2,000 and JIO.OOO re
spectively. A llttlo trlcK was apparent In
the matter , as Nichol was but a myth. It
lias benn cl'ThleJ to rendvertlse the bids and
Nichol's apiMiiirnnrn is anxiously awaited to
claim his chock. So mysteriously has this
Keritlomnn of straw acted throughout , that
ho will bo gladly welcomed when ho turns
The Christian University.
Rev. Dr. Key has returned from the Chris
tian state missionary convention at Knirfluld
and reports a lar onnd harmonious conven
tion. Severn ! well Known ministers from
other states were in nttendnnco and contrib
uted to the interest and enjoyment of the
bosslon. A limns those from beyond the
stato'a limits were Kov. ( J. F. Smith , mission
ary to Japan ; Itev. D. II. Lucas , of Des
Moincs , In. ; Hev. F. M. Ruins , ot'lopekn ,
Kan. , and Ur. MofTett , of Cleveland , Ohio.
The reports from every quarter were oncour-
nirlnc and Indicated progress and prosperity.
Measures were set on foot to establish a uni
versity at Lincoln under the auspices of the
Christian church of Nebraska , with a probable -
able endowment of $500,000 , and a committee
was appointed with power to accept oilers
and locate. About 'MO preachers , dulo ntos
and visitors weio hospitably entertained hy
the church at Kalrlleiil , and all dupaited to
their hoiimswlth a conviction that the session
would redound to the prospurltv of the Chris
tian church In Nebraska. Jr. MolTott Is In
Omaha and will In all probability preach In
IJr. I'oy's pulpit this morning.
AVoinon'n Cut11 Company.
"Joniiio Jiitin , " otherwise known as
Mrs. I ) . (5. ( Croly , is president of the
"Women's endowment cattle company"
which has just been incorporated under
the laws of A'ew Jersey. The stool : js to
be taken by mothers to provide marriage
portions for their girJs , or to knop them
comfortably in single The
coinnany is said to have ! ! , QOOQQ ( ) norfs of
gra/.ing land in Now Mexico ami 0,000
head of cattle. Cattle companies are
speculations , all the saiuo.
The Dailv Courier , of Ixiwull , Mass. .
runs its presses with a power
dynamo. A great deal of small iiiacinn
orv is lining run that way in I'ortun.
The ivllion pcoplo are running print-
ir.g prus'os , elevators , shirt factories and
sowing machines in Now Orleans. Tin *
sumo company is operating coll'on mills ,
BUW'IIK ' maqhlnos and other small ip--
chinery in .St. Pitul.
The Commission JloiiHCM Organizing
a Protective AHHiiclutlon.
For some time past a movement has been
on foot among the commission merchants of
this city to organize themselves in a body to
protect their business from losses arising
from the failures of wholesale grocery firms
and others with whom tlioy carry on their
business on a thirty da > s credit basis. A
mooting was called for last evening and pur
suant to the call the representatives of
eighteen firms mot al 4 o'clock at Wlcdrman
& Co.'s store on Twelfth street.
Among the linns represented w ro :
Branch A Co ; Freeman & Co. ; Klrsrh-
b.iuin & Sons : liolln & Slevers :
Itldiloll & lllddell. C. W. Ileali * Co. , Whit-
npvACo. , K. Moroney , 1'oycko Bros. . Troxel
A Williams , Schroder < fe Co. , Kocco Bros , O.
Kossa , 1) . Hurley. Wledman k Co. and
I'urvls. David Williams was selected as
chairman , and O. .1. McCambrld o secretary.
A motion was made that nil commission men
handling country produce. Including butter ,
6KK8 , t'ame , vegetables , fruit , etc. , should re *
quest from all their patrons , excepting no
ono , a settlement every Mendav or as soon
after as possible , and that all parties who nro
not regarded as gooct pay bo refused goods.
Further discussions were Indulged In , and on
motion the chairman appointed Messrs.
Branch , revoke A : Klddoll as a committee to
draft rules to bo presented at the next nicot
ine. The meeting then adjourned until
next Tnasday evening. II the organization
Is satisfactorily effected tlie now rules will
go Into effect October 1.
In two nights and a matinee , closing last
evening , Messrs. Evans & Ilooy have again
given Omaha the pleasure ot witnessing a
"I'arlor Match. " Yesterday's notice con
necting lloey iV Hardy with the piny was an
error which is best explained by a thorough
retraction with i egrets tor Its occurrence.
Messrs. Kvans it lloev , Miss Minnie and the
rest ot their people are always welcome In
Mclntvro & Heath's minstrels , an organiz
ation well known In Omaliu , will appeur at
Bojd'soner.i housu to-morrow night. Mcln-
tyre .t Heath's name Is almost a household
word from north to south , cast to west , A
reputation the ; have gained by their splendid
performances , their truth to the public and
their gentlemanly deportment. The propla
feel a personal interest in them and when
theircompany Is announced to appear hero ,
the public needs no further guarantee of a
good show. Their engagement is for three
To the average theater goer Mayo Is best
known , perhaps , hv his charming impersona
tion of Iav > Crockett , a creation that
brought him both tame and fortune , but ho
dutei mined to present something to the pub
lic more worthy of his abilities as an nctor ,
anil Ilnally , In conjunction with a cellabra-
tour Mr. Wilson wrote n pl.iy for himself ,
and the resulting romantic drama of "Nor-
deek , " Is a proot not only of Ills hlstronlc ,
but also his litery Hnllltlc" . and has , from the
first , been a success. It will bo presented at
lloyd's ' opera house on Thursday and Satur
day nights. " 1'ho Itoyal Guard , " another nC
Mr. Mayo's great succftsu-s. will tie given on
Friday evening aim at the Saturday matinee.
Public Work * .
At Its Mission yesterday afternoon tlio
hoard of public works appointed Morris Sul
livan to the position of sewer Inspector.
The b mrd passed the following estimates :
PavliiK , 570'JW ; cnrbliiSlO.' ; grading.
tri I 7Kfi.T > and sewers , Sl'J.oifl. Thn amount
pnsicdior pn'ing Includes 314,000 allowed the
U.'iber Asphalt compiui ; for the now pave
ment iec > 'iitly put down on Davenport
o ( doormen ,
Jud # ) Mct'ulloeli yesterday issued tha ,
following marriage licenses :
.Inlui Samelson , Stromslujre , Xub . 40
K'-itif Olc-oil. ( Imalia . 33
I , < , r.M J. It. Kielder , Omaliu . . , .24