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REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 15 1887.
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THE SOCIAL CIRCLE.
Move meats in Society Tha Ooinirg En-
tcitiirn.mt to be Given by the
BRAND OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, OCT. 17th.
Mr. Henry C Miner's
lftrnjcii t'roducllnii r
THE SILVER KING"
,Mer JontMainl Ilormin, Author )
I nder the sole Maniceiueut ot
MR. GEO. L. HARRISON.
BRILLIANT ltKVU .L OF T!IK
"THE SILVER KING,"
Thcclianl ot all Theatrical Successes' The
Positive ami fumptuous Consummation
oi .viniern nraniatlc Triumphs'
A Mighty. Mo-al Tea-nine Play at Powerful
asaSeriron! iiraohlr Portrayal
of Nature's XjWest Traits:
Mr. Carl A lla.irln IHre.1 DeiiTer,"
Tli Mhrr KIiir."
Soale of Prices 75c. 30c an 1 2k. scats on aale
at us 1.1I place
Mr. Hum roll's Flue Opet.tnc I'r.tly
l eiMiug Ciiril I'arlj Notts
nml IVr.ounllllrs til tlie
Social nirtters have lint been tin-k thin
week. Imt severalver pleasant affai's have
iKViiiroil, and there is promise of meny
sunshine In tin- future". The s"ason ot
weddings is "on." nml if rumors rouM be
piibli-hed some vet interesting disclosure s
oo ilil be mule. Hut it is fully as Important
some times to kep milter nut of a societ)
column At t. put it in a less n tint unfor
tunate societj reporters some times learn
with a crash.
oithe minuet order. The ladies taking
part will be dressed in the garb of the lead
ing characters of tlie famous "Mclodu s."
Wood's orchestra has volunteered to fur-
n'sli music, and the announcements about
tickets, etc., Hill be nude in due time.
Miss llallard and Miss Ueltn Kalian!
entertained a few friends at whist in a ei
charming manner last evening, at their res-
idei ce on east Huh street. 'Hie battle of
cards was waged until 10 .10, when elaint
refreshments were Introduced. The euests
weie: Miss Lizzie Miellabarger. of
Washington. I). C, Miss Daugherty. of
Cincinnati. Miss A)Ueione. Miss liuslinell;
Mesr Dr. Stewart, who Las recently re
turned from abroad. John L. Zimmerman,
Ad. Kodger. Will Kabbitts. Dr. Diuiond
and Diek Huntington.
OIE WEEK till M SATURDAY M1TUEE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 87.
NfCIAL N(iAGKiET OI T11K
35 Artit. hraurd by tie lliarmlnc.
l'otile 1'rima tlonua.
Chora, Slronr V' nd a
Orchestr of Tea I'.'ecu
The ftilloKlo: Hepertoire will be present?
4urlUR ihe en jemcnl
Monday Erealnc M "OT
Tuei lay l.'renlni: . luHNTHK
Wednesday Kvetiuc .MIK.I)'
T&uridtT KFeain;.lUMK-iif NOHM IMlY
Friday Eveuiur .UOIIKMI V V (ilKI.
Saturday Ktentnu OLlVElTh
Admission- ri.2"c. Iisind-Vie K"scjed
sati at 1'ierce's for all the pert rminces.
Votlnng more interestini; nis occurred
during the week than Mr. 1. IX IJancroft's
eagerlj'-anticipated fur "opeulns;," whUh
oc-urred Weilneda from S to S p. in. The
The preliminaries were placed in the charge
of Mr. Kobert llmcroft, and he was
Kiwi (iirrc hliiinhi lo make it a
brilliant atfair. lie snccetsloi. This
j ears oiieniiig, m lsunt of rich
ness, eh ganc and elaboiatcness was rather
ahead of last ) ear's inaugural. The More
was thronged throughout the allotted hours
with the lHt people of Sprlng.leld, an I
was a charming place to be. The aipjar
anceof the interior of the store was strik
inc. 'Ihe walls were lined with rich furs.
skins and rugs while hundreds of ards of
fi r ti binning hung In festoons from corner
toiorner, or furnished a frieze for the
shaggy frescoes on the walls The floor
was laid with rich rues and mr.H. in which
the foot sank with a luxurious feeling not
to be described. On the west end was a
pramid of potted plants, while pots of
tl iwer ramred along the shelxes, diffusing
beaut of color and odor simultaneous!.
The rear of the store was a perfect picture
Curtains of the daintiest lace swept from
ceiling to tloor. The central stairna lead
ing Jbow was a mass of turners in bloom,
furnished b I. II. Murphy. In front of tin,
iuslinctwilli life Mood a magnificent Kal
Rental tiger, his forefeet iikui a rls'ne
knoll, surroundisl by tropical plants ami
graceful ferns, ihe animals attitude an I
air were perfect. He is a niacninccnt
beast, lneisiinng full ten feet from tin to
tip Iiehlnd it all. a great mirror ft lshed
back the scene in duplication. A hand-
-ome case of rare buttt rllles adiled noeltv
lo the scene. Ihe represented all ipiar
ters of the globe.
rur, fur. fur: Mr. Hincroft must sureh
haw exhausted the eastern nnrkets this
tur. Tl ce must haw been thousands of
tailors worth of skins alone. Of these
there were plucked and unplucked otter, of
a brilliant ellow. dej and natural Ivnx.
light lii, beawr. leeward skins, and eal
kin large and small.
Of the fur garments the d!st)Ia was
luagnificanL In seal there were sacks and
tauc wraps, Mlislj short jai'keLs,doIinans,
listers and new markets. One handsome
sack weeplng almost to the ground, was
trimmed in otter and hail revers of seal up
tin' fiont. Boas are coming into populant
igain, ami tliedispla of these piobabl at
tracted more attendance among the ladies
tlun ariMliliig else. In the mulf-, stoles
and boas there wero black !iix.
black fox, natural Itix, otter,
b-aer and sell. A prett nov
el!- in niurTs hid a pocket
opening on the outside, but concealed by
the fur. Monkey skin Is becoming more
tHipuiar daily, and the muTs and stoles in
this fur were much admired with iu long
shining hair. Of nigs and mats the display
was brilliant and full of nowlties. There
were skins of woheriue. tiger cat. red and
gra) wolf, black and white Japanese wolf,
aLd other "pelts
Mr. Bancroft has otablisheil a precedent
whidi siibseiiuent etents must be wr
brilliant indeed to exceed or ewn equal.
Jl ST 1:1 ltl.lt! TO.
Miss Martha Stee'e has rnmercd from
her recent st.ere illness.
Mr. Charte JerTenes was on the sick list
last wet k, but Is better now.
Mr. Hob Queisser is spending Saturday
ami Sunday at ins Home in Indianapolis.
Miss I.ilhau Bowman, of Canton, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. IltffelUngtr.
jiiss lame ami I.nura Harnett, or near
rrbjiia. are in the cit todaj, the guests of
Miss i.aura Thatcher.
Miss Daughert, of Cincinnati, who has
been the guest of friends in the city, re
turned home toda .
The social at the Second I'reslnterian
church Thursd.1 evening was one of the
social successes of the season.
The Thomas party Mr. Will and Miss
Nellie Thomas and their Memphis friends
sailed from Ltwrpool for America today.
Dr. and Mrs'. A. M. Totter have just com
pleted plaus for an exquisite 'new residence
oi tlilileen rooms, with, tiled floors, on
south Market street
BOYS' AND MEN'S WINTER CAPS
The largest assortment of medium and heavy weight Caps ever opened in this city.
at from 15c upward.
All styles and the latest shapes. Prices always speak for themselves at
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 SOUTH T jIEISTOlSrE STREET.
Ilnlilt of Kootla Work. I
Habit is the master of the world
Take a slmilj lmlt fellow, ueMous, ns1.
lug sls-p, mvustomed for ears to iiiegulan
ties of .at nig and resting, and put him at
woik in theoflice of a morning uew-pii-!.
where his hours ate from 7 at ullit until 3
In the morning You think ver naluiallv
that ha will grow iliu.ner and julei ntul U
more nrroii On the coutraiy, after a few
days and nights, tlm habit or routine mnl,
thahalutof i-outme hours will settle uki
him an 1 in him. an i in mi mouths from lh
da of his couimeiKvnienP lie will gum in
weight, his nertes will lie stronger. Ins mus
cles hanlir and his general condition im
proved, not ulone bei-uuse of the violence,
but Is-iue of the regularity of his work
the habit of lus insulation Men who turn
nigl t iutodi, as tens of thousands of nens
paer nmkeisare compelled to, Lenelit eiy
largely b thoihange They are spared tha
broilings of the midday un, the aoid wiy
largel thetionds uiu the ti eets, and al
though they are.trungat tunes to the very
verge oi nervous excitement by the exautoiu
of jieremptor July, and the pushing, and
forcings of much work iu little tim tlw
night km kein of the press, as a rule, are th
healthiest of the two tets. Joe Itowanll
30 LOTS IN KERSHNER & SPENCE'S ADDITION !
-A.xri.olla Btroet, SO Feot TITide.
This Funiace has no tijua! for simplici
ty, durability ami ecououi). Is contrti.led
of heavj steel plate. Is a b.is. heater
easil controlled, and is exempt from the
possibility of gas-leaking joints.
Ample Irrvitrn Chen.
SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
73 AXI 75 EAST 3IAIX ST.
S MANTELS, S
E DOORS, 3
Lro BLINDS, c,
d OIL CLOTHS,
BIRD CAGES, SS
PRIME UWK HOUSF.
Tke Out lirsl-rlass llnasr ut this kind
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
No.lloI-jW Main. V K. Corner Factory.
UATHS:-1 lo 1 ."JO per il) : ami
4 -SO, .-. will KG per week.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
WVurphf 4 Bro.sHtoro-r
6Vllttotloa trtven - tb
Dr. Levitt E. Custer.
Preservation ot natural teeth by latest ap
proved methods, strictly ttrst-claii work
a . Httu at., oyer SUJy' IlraMrj.
The marriage of Ilev. S. 5. Dornblaser.
of Belhille. Ohio, and Miss Carrie Tressltr
Billow, occurred Tuesiii morning at 8 IU.
at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr.
snd Mrs. fl. W. Billow, of Fernclill avenue.
Hie wedding was aver prett and daint
lie. W. J. B. Helnig. D.I), and Ilev.
J. W. Kichanis perfonueil the ceremoii
The house was eximisitelv decorated with
llowers, and wedding MUienirs iu tlie
shape of delicate satchet bags of bride's
cake were distributed among the iruests.
After the ceremony the bride and croom
It ft for a bridal trip through the
east The groom was fonnerl a
Wittenberger and is now a rising oung
minister. The bride is a i harming girl,
lull of those traces of mind and heart that
will render her a tit companion tor - good
a husband. The presents were nutierous
ai.d rich. The guests were :
.Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Butt. Dr. J. W.
Uichard and wlfn. Mr. and Mrs. L. M
Doup. Mr. and Mr. Win. I.upfer, Mr. and
Mrs. i: K. Billow, Mrs. Louise Wolfe.Mrs.
John V. Sykes. Mrs. llev. S. S Adams.
Herein Springs, Mich., Mrs. Susan Billon.
Mrs. ii. H. NVison. Mr. Ed
l.upftr, Mrs. Luther Ebert, Misses Maiy
Anderoii. Fannie Butt, Maud Kichard,
Kmnia Ske. Sallie Brecketindge. Clara
Seniss, Ella Van CIcaf. l'earl Cline. Irene
Spangler, Winnie Spangler, Orace Prince.
Flora Prince, Ella (Jeiger, Lena I.ew!s,
Katie Barr, Mabel Cu-htuan, Jessie Pretz
inan, Edith Fisher, Lillie Dicker, Stella
Purcell. Miss Archdeacon, Mjrtle Fouck,
Lulu Btstineof Calion, ().: Messrs. Charles
Wolfe. Clate O. Billow. Will I.upfer. Will
Heppenstall of Wrightsville, Pa., Philip
Wolliston, George Butt and Uev. a. E.
tireenawalt, of Oborn, 0.
A lljuil to Hand rir.hC.
At the culminstion of the battle of Sailon
cii-ek, when we got into the "hand to hand"
Irt of it, there w as a bras cannon belong
ing to the rebel Latter ituck in the mud and
the artilleiy men had left it, when it was
discovered tint it was loaded. It was not in
a osition to be of any service to either friend
or foe, while if it could be extricated from
the mini it was good for at least one shot at
fciuieLodr Three, -VthnnieV and two "Yanks"
took iu the situation alsut tlie same time, and
throw ingaMde their empty rifles rushed for
this gun. A -Yank" aud a "Johnnie" caught
the nmnge -talT siinultaneoujly aud began a
tight for it, while the other two "Johnnies"
caught hold of one w heel and trltvl to turn
the muzzle of the gun toward us. The other
"Yank" caught tlw opposite wheel. Thus
tlie tood and tugged anay for two or three
minutes, until our men coming up drov e the
"Johnnies" awa . For a few minutes things
were mighty lively; the "Johnnies" gut a bat
tor into Mtion and began throwing shells
into the crowd, where blue aud gray were
mixed together, but a Mctton of one of our
latteries coming upon the dead ruu soon
drov e lh m oft, ami settled the matter for tha
da'. "Tivfoil" in liulfiilo News.
Definite announcement can at last be
uide concerning the entertainment which
tlie ladles of the Flower Mission have de
termined upon, to raise money for charita
ble purposes during the winter. An enthu
siastic meeting of theoung ladies inter
ested in the project was held this morning
at Miss Mary Cassilh's apaitments in the
Arcade hotel. Much effective work was
accomplished and definite progress made.
It was determined to give the entertain
ment on Thursdav eveninc. October
JTth. at at the residence of Mr. A. C.
Black, on south Matket street The
large double parlors of this handsome resi
dence will suit admirably for the purpose.
The entertainment will consist of the
production of the comic operetta, "A Xevv
ear's Inception." anil of the "Mother
(loose Lancers," of which more anuii. The
oeretta Is b Hubbard T. Smith, and is
pronounced a bright and vivacious work
and of entire suitability to this perform
ance. It was dedicated by the author to
Mis' Lizzie Shellabarger, of Washingtim.
1). C, daughter of Hon. Samuel Shella
barger. formcrl of tills city. Miss Shel
labarger, by the vva. Is In the
city at present and will take
the part of .Marie, a colored
maid of the Topsv t pe. In which she has
made a great hit in private theatrical given
in Washington. I). C. The caste cacnot
be announced at present, as some minor
changes may have to be made, but the
characters are as follows, and will be Liken
b ladies of the Flower Mission and their
Mrs (ushlneton. a social leader .
lielleduslilncton.lier dauchter ..
llmfs. Vnimc l&flv friends of Itelle
Clara ) "
Marie, a colored maid ot an work ..
Ferdle Fashion, a howling swell
"srry social pets . ... .
Charles Jones, ir lovewith Belle ..
The music Is said to be v en bright aud
pretty and the dialogue witty and animated.
The first rehearsal will be held this evening
at Miss Xora White's residence.
The "Mother tinose, Lancers" w ill be a
graceful aud picturesque affair, a good deal
An Omalia Ifursa Paula.
It Is becoming customar to propound pua
xles having hor-e trades as a central theme.
While this pais, r has no Lorse whtor, there
are several siple uii its .tatT who can tell
a horse ut Mj,ht, aud who are not ilow at
arithmetic. A puule has occurred to one of
them, and he gives it to the world at large.
hupKe A sells a hoie for 10U to B Then
U in turn sell, him to C for (110, and the
animal dim H hat diss, ech make or losl
The problem looks simple, but it is not In
the first place, A had stolen the horse. His
profit would uaturall.v be $100 A difficulty
presents itself ju-t hen, for B vid A in
counterfeit nionev, while C wid B b a note.
B was iiidu ted f'u passing counterfeit money.
Ill revenge he had A ariested for stealing the
horse, and Iwth went to the pen. To odd to
the complkatio! s, D, the teal owner of tha
horv, came along and claimrj the hide and
hoofs. The claim was disputed by C, and
ooii-equentlv upon the eicuiug argunieut Cs
doctor's bill was t 7. In tlie mean tune a
lawyer hail gotten hold of the note and tried
to collect it C compromised the matter by
licking the law er, and, grabbing the note,
toie it up At present there have bcu no
more developments Omaha Ueial L
Mr. Gluil.tons's Gooil Health
The home rule envois tell me that Mr.
Gladstone's health is one of the marvels of
thV) da . Medical mi in London say that he
is .till one of the strongest men phvsically
among the English geutr When he strips
there is not an oune-e of superfluous flesh on
his massive frame, and there are few men ii
the commons today that he could not knock
out with his fi-t if be tried He himself ex
plained this h his love of exercise. His great
uval, Disiaeh, disdained exorcise, yet Mr.
l!alston is lion io years ok-erthau Di.
raell wus at his death, and orobably does nj
niui h mental and literal V and public work as
mi other mill lit Europe. He u the sole
Mirv iv or of hn generation of public men and
v 1 1 liv aN in I hv -ical strength and endurance
oungleis who might lie his grandchildren.
His i iiidissl an interesting illustration of the
vahiiiof outdoor exercise New York titar
Tlie Itlsliop'a Advlca.
"And don't keep telling about your last ap
oii!tiiii!t,"sas Bishop Fon ler. "I knev-a
miiiMe r w ho was iilwuv s telling how the peo
ple treatisl him at Brow nsville. It waa
ItiovMisviIle here aud Brownsville there
ever thing was Brownsville This went on
until ev er Ul got thoroughly tired of bear
ing Brow iisv ille. One night a good old lady
arose in the weekly prayer meeting to give
in her testimony. Sho was a dear, good soul
one of the saints on earth. She said sue
had hid a hard week. 'My soul,' the said,
'has lieengieatly depressed all the week. I
find my faith very weak and my hope very
dim I can no longer aee my way to reach
ing heaven. I may hold out till I get to
Bron iisv ille, but I can't go a step further.
Iheie wusiio more heard of Brownsville in
that charge after that" Texas SlXtlrgs.
LOT No. 4IW.
LOT Xo. 4IST.
LOT No. 441
LOT No. 4IK.
LOT No. 4I'.M. I
LOT No. 4.a
LOT No. 44W.
LOT No. 491.
LOT No. 4I).
LOT No. 44.
LOT No. 44T
LOT No 44s0.
LOT No 4431.
LOT No. 448i
LOT No. 44SJ.
ALLEY 1G FEET WIDE.
LOT No. 44M.
LOT No. 44s.
LOT No. 441.
LOT No. 4417.
LOT No. 44S4.
tC 4 Feet.
171.4 K.t. y
LOT No 4473.
LOT No. 4477. o
LOT No. 4476. 5
LOT No. 4475. c
LOT No 4474.
LOT No. 4473. c
LOT No 447S. 5
LOT No. 4471. 5
LOT No. 4470.
LOT No 44CJ. ?
171 4 Feet.
VClU.ln,rsx Street, 30 Feet "VvTT'ica.o.
H Alley 10 Feet wide, half given by Sharp, "s.
ot ot ut ot ot
H T !J
5 a 3 S
s s i z .
3 fc S I 3
five: lots iwr
A Ouestloo Answered.
Omaha Mau Are those pug dogs intelli
Omaha La ly (proud owner of a pug) Oh,
their intelligence is almost human.
"I am surprised to hear that."
"I can't begin to tell you how much the
dear little fellow knows. Mercy oiel Jane I
Janel Where aieyouf"
Jane (a servant) Here, mum.
"Uun out a- fast as ou can and bring the
dog iu. It's i anting "Omaha World.
ADDITION, AND FAST OF THE
Being the Property of the late
John Kershner, deceased.
OCTOBER 19 AlsTD 2Q, 2 O'CLQCK F. UL.
The thirty lots are located on West Southern arenne, near t ho Inaisiallen Greea Horue, and orerlook the Mad Hirer Valler, wett
of the c'tv. These lots will l6 sold onlOctober 19. at 3 p. m., on the premises.
The (Ire lots are located en EsMck street, near Clifton street, ana two squares from the great East Street shop'. Street Caia and
Water Works. Sile on October 20, at 2 p. m. Sale positire.
PTERINS EASY, AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE.
FOLEY & HAYWARD, Auctioneers. C. A. SCHUSTER AND ADELINE KERSHNER, Executors.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
SEAL SACQUES AND JACKETS !
Chnmplln's Liquid Pearl, SO Cents.
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
H. B. CLAFLINS FINE FANCY PLUSH WRAPS !
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