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THti OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY OCTOBER 17 , 188 ]
THE LODGES ,
< * ' ,
Local Notes From Homo Societies
ties Tlio Scottish Rite
and General Garflold ,
The Temple Link Changes
Ordered by the Last
Grand Lodge.
Goat Hnlrs nnd Links-
THE FREE MASONS.
J.OCAI , LACONICS.
Work in local lodges during the
weak 1ms boon light
The Chapter hold a business moot
ing on Tuesday night in which matters
of importance to that body ware dis
cussed.
On Thursday evening St. John's
LodRe , No. 25 , A. P. & A. P. worked
the third degree on n brother in their
usual excellent style , n goodly number
of the brethren being present.
The Temple craft have decided to
retain the grand secretary oflico on
on tlio second floor of Masonic Hall.
This action moots with the general
approval of the craft.
SCOTTISH MTB GLEANINGS.
The first meeting since the summon
vacation of the A. ' . nnd A. ' . llito ot
Cincinnati ! was held in their cathe
dral on Thursday last. Preliminary
preparations for the season's work
were made , and from indications pre
sented by the unusually largo attend
ance , the term promises to bo a-very
important and a brilliant ono. Among
the features of this first assemblage
was the oflioial reception of a letter
of thanks , relating to the memorial
presented to President Garflold. It
will bo remembered that the resolu
tions were engrossed and inclosed in a
silver casket.
The following is a copy of the re
ply :
EXECUTIVE MANSION , 1
WASHINGTON , D. C. , August , 1881. /
DEAH SiuANDBnoTiiEii The presi
dent wishes to acknowledge the re
ceipt of your beautiful token , with
the words of sympathy and good fel
lowship which accompany it , and to
express to you and to the
craft his and Mrs. Garficld's
deep sense of gratitude for such n kind
and thoughtful remembrance. Tlio
president desires mo to assure you that
your generous expressions of on-
couraomont , while they express the
grand principles of our order , soften
the pillow of sufforincr.
Very truly and fraternally yours.
D. G. SWAIM.
To Mr , James A. Collins , Secretary
Ancient and Accepted Scottish llito
Masons of Cincinnati , Ohio.
The Scottish Rite Masons in Chica
go held their twenty-sixth annual re-
uion last week in which a class of
twenty-three postulants received the
ineffable degrees ,
GOAT HAIIIS.
A blue lodge working in the Ger
man language has been established at
Denver.
Missouri's Grand Lodge opened
their season at St. Louis last Tuesday.
The most important work ever
written by the late Albert G , Mackoy
was the Encyclopedia of Free Maaon-
ary and its collaterial si-icnccs. The
work embraces articles 011 the ritual
ism , jurisprudence , bibliography , history -
tory , literature , philosophy , ethics and
symbolism of Masonary , contains a
definition of all the technical terms
used in the institution , an account of
all its rites , a history of' the rise and
advancement of Masonry in every
country of the world , the lives of dis
tinguished Masons , a description ot
the ancient mysteries and Secret socie
ties of the middle ages as intimately
. associated with the subject of modern
initiation , and a thorough digest of
the laws of the organization.
During the p.xst two months twen
ty-five now lodges have boon chartered
by the Grand Lodges of England , the
highest numbered ono being Star of
Arga Lodge , No. 1930 , of Agra , Bon-
gal.
THE TRIPLE LINK-
CHANGES OllDEHKD.
The regalia of the order has been
changed , and now is : Collars of sub
ordinate lodges shall bo white , trim
med with emblematic color of the de
gree intended to bo represented , viz :
Pirst degree , pink ; second degree ,
blue ; third degree scarlet ; initiatory
degree , a plain white collar ; rosettes
of the appropriate color may bo worn
upon the collar. Noble grand , secre
tary and treasurer , scarlet collar ,
trimmed with wliito or silver ; vice
grand , blue collar , similarly trimmed ;
supporters of N. G. and V. G. , sashes
of colors of N. G. and V. G. ; warden
and conductor , black sashes ; hccnu
supporters and chaplain , white sashea ;
outside and inside guardians , scarlet
aasho.1. Jowe's aru to bo worn by
ollicors. This lav/ applies to all now
lodges that may bo hereafter institu
ted , and to all now ro alia purchased
by lodges now in existence. The in-
fcrcnco is , that it does not compel tlio
lodges that now havp regalia to change
it until now regalia is purchased.
' TIIK ( lUANU HKCKKTAUYHIIIP.
Grand Secretary llidgoly has boon
for a long time , and now is , entirely
incapable of performing any of the
duties pertaining tojiis oilico , and the
work has rested entirely upon Theo
dore A , Ross , the able Assifedmt
grand secretary. A change in salar
ies was inado at the session , the grand
secretary being reduced to 81,000 ,
and the ussistant increased to § 2,000 ,
with § 500 for extra services.
LINKS.
The "Homo for Aged and Jndigont
"Odd Fellows" in Pennsylvania is pro
gressing favorably. A year ago it was
paying 0 per cent on a mortgage of
$10,000. Now it owns but SU.IiOO ,
and is paying but 4 per cent on that.
It is expected that the whole deb1
will bo canceled by next January
Assets nro reported at ? 37OS3.
During the past year Massachusetts
has made a gain of ono thousand mom
bora of the order.
lloston claims to hayo the olden
member of the order in Now Em ?
land. His niuno is Albert Guild , and
ho hns boon a member fifty-three
years. Ho belongs to Massachusetts
1 oil 140
v Tlio fraternity of the whole Gormai
empire rejoices in the favorable sot
tlomcnt of the late unpleasantness
and the unanimous desire forharmom
and perpetuity of the order displayBi
evinces the high appreciation ii
which the order is hold , and is an aa
sutanco that its progress is hcnccfortl
onward and upward. "Dor Odd Fel
low , " Leipzic.
Thrco thousand copies of the nev
divest were authorized , and John 11
White , the compiler , authorized to
contract for the plates , printing am
binding.
The next session of the S. G. L
will bo hold at Baltimore , Maryland
A committee on Jewels for officers
and past ollicors of Itebekah dejjrc
lodges will report next session.
Liquid Gold.
Dnrt'l Plank , of Brooklyn. Tlogn county
PH. , ilescrilicn it thus : "I rode thlrt )
mi'cs for n bottle of THOMAS' KCLKOTUIO
OIL , wlilcli effected the wonderful cure o
n crooked liinli In six applications ; i
proved worth more than gold to me. "
ITcodlw
SOCIAL JOTTINGS
Of Happenings During the Past
Week in Omaha.
The Opening Parby of the Sans
Ceremonie Club -A De
lightful Musical Soiree.
Social Notoi and Polite Personali
ties'
The Sans Ceroznouio.
The Suns Coromonio club hold tlio
opening party of this season on Tues
day evening fit Standard Hall. Not
withstanding the inclement weather a
majority of the members of the club
were present. Hoffman furnished the
music. Among these present were the
Messrs. Love of Keokuk , Miss Lottio
Congdon of Chicago , the Mcssers.Ed- ,
noy , Council , Urady , Sharp , Lake ,
Cnlderwocd , Knight , Mess. Alorqan
nnd Miss Philomena Morgan , 'Miss
Wilson of St. Joe , the Misses Cham
bers , Lowe , Wood , McConnell , Jowetl
andKc-mball , theMcssrs. Carrierpos
ter , A. W. Saxe , D. W : Saxo , Duo
Bennot , Sweezy , Hills , S. C. Morgan ,
Scott , P. W. Morgan , Beach , Ross
Clark , Chadwick , Wells , Kimball ant
Wilbur. Tlio noxfc party of the Sana
Corononio will bo given on Nov. 5th.
IMPERIAL CLUB.
The Imperial club has reorganized
for the winter season. On Thursday
evening a business meeting of the or
ganization was held at Masonic ( hall ,
and the following officers elected for
the ensuing year : A. Traynor , presi
dent ; W. A. Saunders , vice preoidcnt
J. C. Wilkins , secretaiy ; C. B. Kolscy ,
treasurer , Edwin Hauey. The club
have not yet decided upon the dates
of thcirpartics for the coming season
but these , with the music and hall , \vil
soon bo made public. The Imporia !
club is one of the .oldest nnd bcsl
known of any of Omaha's social or
ganizations and the managers say th.il
this season's parties will eclipse any
heretofore given.
AN INFOUMAI. GERMAN.
On Friday evening an informal
mal German was given by Mrs.
Loomis at her homo , on Cal-
fornia and Nineteenth streets
to her friend , Mrs. Minnie Hall. The
following composed the company :
Miss Wells and Miss Etta Wells ,
Miss Love and Miss Johnston , oi
Kookulf , the Misses Doanc , Hong-
wait , Hall , Walker , Thomas , Clark-
son and Loomis , and Mrs. Jicalo and
Mrs. Tomlin , Messrs. Scott. Morris ,
Clarkson , TJioo. and H. Hongwalt ,
Walker , Darrow , Norris and War
wick.
TIN WEDDINO.
The tenth anniversary of the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Kortz
was pleasantly celebrated last evening
by a surprise party , given by their
friends at their homo on Eighteenth
street.
Among these present were : Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Curry , Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. Hollman , Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Bruner , Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartman -
man , Mrs. nnd Mrs C , B. Hoxton ,
Mr. and Mrs. Olias. I'YasoHo , Mr and
Mrs. Liningor , Mr. and Mw. Scptt ,
Mr , and Mrs. John Guild , Mr. and
Mrs. Fretwell , Mrs. Bowman , Mrs.
3\yurtzlamlor , MM. 33. Lininger ,
Misses Liningor , Swobe , McGinn1 ,
Brady , Kennedy , Denman , Libbio
and Eliza Withnell , Montgomery ,
Brass , and Messrs. Maine , Crallu ,
lames and Kevel France1 , Jlohl ,
WcllB , Traynor , Fe tnor , Snyder ,
swobe.
A MUHIOAI , TUEAT.
Some thirty ot our citizens gathered
ast evening in the pleasant rooms of
Mr. Julius Meyer on Fnrnham street ,
o attorn ! a private rehearsal of "cham
ber music" under the auspices of Mr.
G. F. Saner , the talented violinist ,
who has lately como to Omaha to
make his homo with our people , Mr.
Sauer will bo pleasantly remembered
OH having made his first appearance
in Omaha musical circles some five
years ago when visiting in tills city aa
the guest of his follow student ,
Mr. Martin Calm. Since
that tiino ho has devoted
three udditionul yearn to musical
study in Leipic and rotunm with an
urtiqt'H onthumasm for his calling , an
excellent repertoire from the library
of the great maHtcrs and a purity of
tone , mid brilliancy of techn'iriuo
which shows the f.uthfiilnosH of his
study , and nlso the excellence of his
instructors. Lost evening's ruhcaiKal
was a genuine musical treat , The
prognumno embraced as Iho jnVoc it
nsMancc , the first and last movement
of Mozart's qunrUt in G. major , bu
solos , trios nnd ducts were ndmirnbly
interspersed in ix ninnnor which preserved
served the balance of the prograimni
and greatly heightened by conlraa
the enjoyment of the numbon. I
would bo unfair to criticise a rhcarsal
but in few instrumental concerts ii
Omaha has our local tnlont slionn to
better advantage. Mr. Martin Cahn'i
oxcollonffecrvices as accompanicst wen
called into requisition nnd mU'et '
Rroatly to the evening's enjoyment
Following is the programme :
1. Quartet in G ; Allegro vlvaca nssln. . . .
, . , . , , , Monr
Mown. Saner , 1st vlnllujSchultz , Silvio
lin ; Cfthn , violn ; Solincldcr , 'cello.
2. Bettluncn'fl 1st S. ( jiUnu niui violin ,
nml 3il tuoveuioiits ; Smier anil Cnhn.
3. 1'nntnsin ConccrUnto Fnnconlc
rinnotlntefil. Moyoritollnaml'cello. )
4. Trio in 1) minor Mciulclssohi
I'lftnntolln and 'eollo.
5. Qunrtvtin G.jlnstiiioveincnt nllcgrf
molto Mornr
Jtcsi'irs. Saner , Schultz , CnlinandSclmuide
C. Air on 0-strhiK Mach Wilhclm
Mr. y.iuor violin , viola anil 'cell
nccoinp't ,
7. Italian Lnve-novul H. HoiTtnai
I'inni ) duct1 Mcsn , Unlm niul Sjuer.
5. Symphony in U , . . , HrvviU'ii-lCiiinn
Arranged for violin , Hute , 'cello and bat
terlc.
It will bo a pleasing surprise to on
musical peoolo to Icnrn tiiat Messrs
Meyer , Sauor , Shultssc , Schneider niu
Calm proposp to nesociato themsolvc
together during the coining winter for
the purposeof [ giving a series of chain
bor concerts in which classical musi
will IMJ the feature. The success o
the undertaking is fnlmost assured it
advance through the pledges of thosi
interested in musical progress ii
our city nnd our citizens wil
soon havotan opportunity of show
ing their good will to\van
the now organization. THE BEB bespeaks
speaks for Mr. Sauor nnd his nssoci
ates the hearty support of our pcoph
and welcomes him to our city both na
an nrtiat nnd gentleman. No notice
of the evening's entertainment woulc
bo complete without n cordial ac
knowledgement of the generous hos
pitality extended to the guests by
Mr. Julius Meyer , who was no less i
success as an host than as a musician
Sioiol Notes.
The Entro Nous club held a busi
ness meeting on Monday evening to
complete arrangements for the coming
season. Ono of the mdnibcrs resign
ing leaves a vacancy in the club ,
which is limited to twelve members ,
On Thursday evening a plensam
little farewell party was given nt thn
house of General Wilson prior to the
departure of Miss Mamie Wilson for
the east. A number of young frond :
of Miss Wilson were present to wist
her a pleasant journey nnd a speedy
return.
On Saturday evening Mr. Join :
Hondricks and Miss Augusta Frihner
were married nt the residence of the
groom.
The Lake club held a meeting 01
Tuesday evening nt the house of Mr.
Milton Barlow to complete arrangements
monts for their winter meetings.
The Standard club will hold their
second party next Wednesday evening
at their club rooms.
Polite Personalities ,
Miss Hoyt , of Utica , Now York , is
visiting Mrs. L. M. Bennett.
Mrs. Ida Bailey , of Pittsburg , wh
has been visiting Mrs. Goo. W. Ho
man , returned on Thursday to her
homo in Pittsburg.
Mr. Robert Patrick left this after
noon for New York , where ho wil
continue his studies at Columbia Inw
school.
Miss Anna Crary hns returned fron
an extended summers' trip along the
Atlantic coast.
Mrs. Charles Shivorick is once moro
at homo after a three months' visit to
friends in Massachusetts.
Miss Bcssio Shivorick ii in the city
the guest of her brother , Mr. Charles
Shivorick.
Miss Emma Daws , of Chicago , is
visiting her old school friend , Miss
Minnie Maul.
The wedding of Mr. B. B. Wood
and Miss Dnihy Barkntow will take
place duiing the month of December
SEE IIKKK
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tly that will euro you beyond possibility o
doubt. If it'll Liver or Kidney trouble
CoiiHumption , Dyspepsia , Debility
' Well's Health Uenewor" is your hope ,
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The best salvo in the world for outs ,
bruises , ' sores , ulcers , salt rheum ,
fever sores , tetter , chapped hands ,
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PROBATE NOTICE.
State of NeDraskn , Douglas County m ;
At a County Court , held at tlio Comity Court
Kootn , In and for mid County , Sept. 2 rH ,
A. 1' . 1881 ! I'rcacut , A. 41. UIIAUWIVK ,
County Jud o ,
In tlio mutter ot tlio adoption rl Jonnlnll jrn %
On rending and fillui ; tlio petition ot .L/u-u8
anil Doll Carey , prajlug tliivt thcv innv jiurtoiv.
edtondopt tarn Jcnnlo Itynn , and Hit. > * Ct4 < > n
and statement of IJtnry and him Kwn : , ViruiiH
of inld clilld that tuld Augustus and Dell Citn-y
may Lie ptiinitti-d no to do and voluntarily rulin
iiuitlilni ; nil claim to uM child
Ordered , 1 hat O .tolor 'i.'nd , A. P. 1S8I , at
10'o'eleck a , in. , In ntwlnioil forhenrliir ( ild peti
tion , when all persons Inturunted In uald matter
may appear at a Comity Court to bo held , In nml
[ or Hild County , nnd chow canno uliy the prayir
of petitioner Jiould not bo Kranted , nllj that no-
, lcu of | XiidciK'y of mild petition ami the IitarliiL-
thereof , bo jrlton to all perHOtn Intfroxtud In xald
natter , by pulilliihlnir a copy of thin order In Tin
) MAIIA WCKKLY lltr , anovtdiaper | printed In K IJ
County , ( or three lucccwhc nerkii , lirlor to Bald
d y of Jicarlijg A. M. CHAD WICK ,
m2iw3t * rviniity Jiulao-
PKOliATE NOTICE.
State of Ncbratka , Douila3 ; County , fe ;
At a County Court , held at the County Court
Hoom , In and for Bald County. Autrunt 1st , A.
D. 1891. I'ruent , IimVAIlO U. SilfrlJ ,
County Judge.
J n the matter oi the estate of Joseph H , Ncl-
von , dvecofetl ;
On reading and fillriL- the t ctltion of Martha
1. Nelson , prajlnx that the Instrument , pur.
lortlnuto bo a dulyauth ntlcatud eopy of the
tut nlll and tutament of tald dcccahiJ , and of
ho probate thertof , ] > y the Circuit Court of
'ounlalti County , Htato of Indiana , and this day
Hod In thin Court , may be allowed and rutonled ,
a the ! a t will and tcbtamint of uald Joseph II.
S'elton , deceased , In and for tlio Htato of No-
.
Ordered , That August 27th , A. D , 1E8I , at 10
o'clock a , in , , UaHnlijnodfor hcarlriiffaldpotltlon ,
uhen all iwruonii liiturcoted in Bald matter may
appear at a County Court to h liuld , In and for
aid County , and thaw eautio why the prater of
ictltionertihouldriot ho granted ; ami that notice
if thoperidcnuy ofnald i .tltlon and the hearing
hereof , bo glteD to all ptrson * Interuntcd hi wld
matter , by publishing a copy of thU ordtr InTiu
OMAHA WKKKLY linn , a rioHnpaper printed In uald
County , lor three njtctsalvu wceki , prior to said
day ol hearing.
| A true copy. ] IIOWAI1D B. SMITH ,
-in w t County Jud o.
SELTZER
"An yullow tut n Iwmon , "
factttui'jaundice lia * t In. The i > oor , II
u IHrerha turned like the "troddcn-upo
worm , " niyt insetted her right * . l > o nt once
Torrant's Soitssor Aporiont ,
regularly , according to directions ; cet thooji
tcm In proper h pc , and eon lie Mooin o
joutll will return to the thei-k unit health lie re
stored. No medicine Li better ( or the genera
Astern than TAiiHAST'itSiaTiiR Ar-mitM.
SOLD 1IY A LI , DUUOGtSTO.
For You ,
Madam ,
Whoso complexion botrnya
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nml disfigured in countenance ,
or Imvo Eruptions , Kctlncss ,
Roughness or. imwholosoino
tints of complexion , wo say
use Hngnn's Magnolia Balm.
It is n delicate , Imrml ess ami
delightful article , producing
the most natural nnd entranc
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which no observer can detect ,
and which soon becomes per
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nun . . . . . . „ . ' . old or I I Tounff , niirrrlnir froni
IKxirhcMth or lonuruun I linn on bvti ot tick
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that your J Jem '
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take Hop HopBlttera
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tlioffomiifA.I and trrccliln-
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liivrorrervcit e irrJj. tlood.t HOP1 urunkciinosn
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West ( or being the most direct , quickest , am
wifcnt line connecting the greit Metropolis , CHI
CACO , and the EASTRRN , S'ORTii-KASTruN , SOUTI
and Souiil-IiABTRRN LINES , which terminate there
with KANHAH Cirv , LRAVENHORTII , ATCIIISON
CoiiNcit , lltvm and OMAHA , the COMMXRCU
C'KNTKBg from which radiate
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
that perM .rntc9 the Continent from the Jllssour
Kh cr to the Pacific Slo | . The
OUICAGO HOOK. ISLAND & PA
OIFIO RAILWAY
Is the eely line ( rom Chicago owning track Ink
Kansas , or which , by Ibi own road , reaches th
pohitoaboio nnined. No TRANSPKIW nr CAERIAOI :
Nu MieniNU CO.SNHCTKJVS ! No huddling In III
tcntllated or unclean rars , ns e\ cry '
cnrriod In roomy , clean and \ontllalcd coaches
upon Fast Express Trains.
DAV CARS o ) unrivaled magnificence , PULLMAN
1'AUcn Bi.KKriNO CARD , and ourovMiworld-famoti
DIMVO CARH , mun which meal * are served of tin
surpam'd excellence , at the low rate of tiiivnxn
KINK CUNTS HACK , with ample time for hoalthfu
enjoyment.
Through Cars between Chicago , Pcorla , Mil
waufcro and Jlltwouri KUcr Points : and clone con
nections at all poInU of Intersection with othe
roads.
We ticket ( do not target this ) directly to over ;
place of tmixirtanco lit Knnnin , Nobnuka , lilacl
mils , Wyoming , Utali. Idaho , Nevada , California
Orciron , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arltona
and rlcvr Mexico.
Aa liberal arrangements regarding baggage ai
any other line , and rates of fare alwajs out ow as
competitors , who furnish but a tithe of the com
fort ,
Uoga and tackle of rjwrtemen free ,
Tickets , maiis and folders nt all prlnclpa
otllces In the United ( Kates and Canada.
It. It. CAULK , E. ST. JOHN ,
VleoPrcs'tiOen. Gen. Tkt and Paxs'r AK
Manager , Chlcavo Cnfouro.
Sioiix City & Pacific
THE SIOUX CITY ROUTE
lluns a Kolld Train 'Ihrougli from
Conncil Bluff'a to Bt. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hours.
IT IB--
1O < O UILES TIIK B110UTEST KOUTK
COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO 8T. PAUL , MINNEAP'OI.IB
DULVTll Oil I1ISUAUCK ,
and all polnU In Northern Iowa , lllnricnota anil
Hkota. Thli line In rnulpped with the Improvet
iVestlnghouie Autoniallo Air-brake and illllci
Platform Coupltrand lludcr ; end ( or
8PEED , SAFETY AND COJIKOHT
a uimurpoH uil. Pullman Palace Hlcoplng Car
run through WiTIIOUT CIIAKUK kautcn Kim
tas City and fit. Paul , \la Council Illuds anil
Hloux City ,
Trains leal o Union Pacific Tratufer nt Coun
cil Iliulfj , at 7i.'i : : p. in. dally on arrival of Kantos
'Ity. tit. Joseph and Council Hindu train fiom
ho fioutli , Arri lugat blonx City ll:3&pm : , ,
and at thu New Union Depot at HI. Paul at
noon ,
TEN IIOUK8 IN ADVANCE OF AMY OTIJKfl
ItOUTK.
jT&'ltcmcmhcr In iukliig the Nloux City llouto
'on got a 'I hrongli Train. Tlio KhArlott Line ,
ho QiiIfkcttTlmc and n L'omfoi table Jtldeln tlio
'hrough i am , between
COUNCIL 1ILUKKH AND BT. PAUIv.
Wilco that jour Ticket * read iliv Uio "Sioux
C.ty nnd Pacific ItalLaiil1
J. H. IIATTLKH , J. 11. HUCIIANAN ,
hiiTicrlnlendent , Cli u'l Pum , Agent.
P. E. UOIJINSO.V , Ass't Oni'l Piw . At ( ,
l Vulloy , Jovtu ,
J , II. ( VJIHYAN , Boutli ( isteriMB.iit ,
_ Council llluff * . lown.
SIBBETT & FULLER ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
D * VID OI1Y , NEB.
Bpeclil attcutloa gUcn to collections In Ilutler
cowut' "M-moOui
3FJBC3E1
No Changing Cars
crrwiu
OMAHA & CHICAGO ,
Where direct connection ro rnvta nith Through
8I.KKPIXO CAR LINES for
'
NKW VOUK , BOSTON ,
PHILADELPHIA ,
HALTIMOUK ,
WASHINGTON
AND ALr , KA8TKIIN 1TIES.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Kor INDIANAPOLIS , CINCINNATI , LOUIS
V1LLK , anil all points In the
L'JfcC-I
tn * ntai UK *
For ST. LOUIS ,
Where direct connoctioni are miulo In the Unlot
Depot with the Through Sleeping Car
Lines for ALL POINTS
a o xr or * JBC .
NEW LINE-DES MOINES
THE FAVOUITK UOUTK KOM
Rock Island.
The unoqvalod Inducements oBerod by this line
o travelers and tourists are a * follows :
The celebrated PULLMAN (10-wheol ) FALACB
SLKEPINO OAKS run only on thin line a , I ) .
k Q. PALACK 'HAWING HOOSt CAIIS , with
Ilorton'i Ilocllnlnit Chain. No extra char o for
goats In Reclining Chairs. The famous C. , B. &
Q. PalAee Dining Can. Oorgootu Smoking Cars
fitted with elegant hlgh-backix ! rattan rallying
chain , tor the excluslvo use ot flnt-clau passon-
gen.
gen.Steol Track and superior equipment comblre I
With their K'eat through car arrangement , mikta
: hl > . abaro all othera , the favorite routa to tiio
Eaat , South anil Soulhmat.
Trv It , ami you will fluJ traveling luxury In
itftul of a discomfort ,
Throuith tickets \ lo tbli cclobratml line for ealo
tt all olllcca In the United SUtea nml Cnnndo.
All Information about ratua ot fare , Sloo. .
„
Car accommodations , Time Tables , etc. , will be
cheerfully gen \ by applying to
fKKCKVAL LOWELL ,
General Passaniror Asrcnt , Chicago.
T. J. POTTKU ,
Onnor l Manarcr Chlcniro.
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880.
KANSAS CITY ,
St. Joe & Council Bluffs
' W TUB OHIY
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND THE EAST
Prom Omaha and the West.
No change ol cars between Omaha and Be. uouli ,
and but one between OMAUA and
NEW YOUK ,
Daily Passenger Trains
Micutxa AU ,
EASTERN AND WE3TEIIN OIT1E3 with LESS
OHAnOES anil IN ADVANCE of ALIj
OT1IEU LINES.
This entire line I. equipped with Pullman' '
PaUce Sleeping Can , Palace Day Coachoa , Miller'
Safety Platform and Coupler , and the celobratoi
Wcstinghouso Air-brake.
XarHeo that your ticket toad. VIA tvANSAB
CITY , ST. JOSEPH & COUNCIL 11LUKK3 ] tall
road , via St. Joseph and fit. Loula.
Tickets ( or sale at all coupon stations In th
Wont. J. F. IlAHNAKt ) ,
A < C. DA WES , Gen. Built. , tit. Joseph , Mo ,
Q n. 1088. and Ticket A t. , fit. Joseph , Mo.
ANUT UOHDKN , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Kaniliani utrcvt.
A. B. lUutiian. Ooneral Agent ,
OHAIIA. NR
Geo. P. Bern is
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
ICth and Dodge 8t . , Omaha , Neb.
This agency ooca BTRicni.Tu brokemgo business
Does riot i > ccul.ile , anil therefore any bargain
on ItH books are Injured to IU jiatrons , InatoK
of bolrnr imhbluil u bv Ihn ai'cnti
PROPOSALS
For Oracling Sixteenth Street.
Sealed pro ] Mal will bo reeel\eil by the tin
dorsl nul until Friday , October SlHt , 18H1 , 12
o'clock , noon , lor the grading of Slxtctntl
street from t'arnham to lion urn streets , n pro
( lie of which can bu Necii at the olllco ol the
city uiginwr. Illds shall npcelfy the price per
cubic yard ( nr Huh grading , and also tUto uhcn
inch work sliall bo completed , andaccoinpnnloi
by thu name of proposed mirltv under the uaua
conililloin. Illds to bo opened at thu iiireting
of the council next succeeding alter October 21 ,
1831 , 1'ho city council reserve * thu rlcht to re
ject any and all bids. Envelopes containing
said prop rals shall bu marked , "Propoxalii fo ;
grwlliiK ( Sixteenth street. " and ilcllvrrcd to the
undersigned not later than the time above
specified. J , J.L. C. JBWCTP ,
City Clerk.
OKAIIA , October 7tli , 1881. Oc7il2w
Proposals lor Sewer Bonds *
Sealed proposals will bo received unti
October 29th , 18S1 , nt 12 , noon. Ijy tlio
City Clerk of Oinalm , county of DouglaH.
Stnto of NcbmiikH , anil will , at that liour ,
be opened for tlio iiuiclnuio .if STjO.OOO.W
of the issue of S100.000.00 of Howcr
15ondf , First Seriec , of the City of Oiimhn.
Kaiil bonilH nro dated Kcpteinljor Ixt , 1881.
nro in HIIIIW -51,000.00 each , bear interest
from their data at the ratu of nix ] lor cen-
timi pur aninuri , nnynblo afc tliu oilico of
ICount/co lirod. , Cxuw York , Heini-onniiiilly ,
upon coupoiH nttnclieil ; said bnndH arc
[ NHiicd under the Churter power of wild
; ity nfter I'lcctiuii duly hold authori/.inx
Jieir { HDUO for the completion of Sewer *
D.irlly con tnictcd. and for thu.coriHtriic-
lion of udditionul .Went. The $ .r 0,000.00
low olfercd uro the firut Hold of mild Itondu ,
liidH will ho uddrchsed to the tinderHignud ,
nnd must htuto Ilia full nuiiiu nnd addrciix
if the Didder , the amount of Huid liondu
lesimmid ] _ thu prluo projuiAud to bo paid ,
The right is rchurywl to reject nny nnd
all hid . J. J. L. 0. JKWKTT ,
City Clork.
COUl'OltATION NOTIUK. '
1 Notice In hereby given that 1) . Ilurr , K. P.
> 'an 0 urt and I ) /lurrlmvu / lncorjioraUd
bcmsch en under the immo ol thu "Omaha Im <
"li'inent Comjiany , "
2. 1'ho principal plan of transacting tlio Imkl-
ieu of tuld lncorH | > ratlon vi Ouuha , Nub ,
! i Tlio nature of tliu liuslncai of said Itieorunr.
ntlun U the tale of general ( arm Machinery , Hug.
; | C'S and Wagoim.
4. The amount of capital ttock au'horlred U
M.OOO.fO of wliich ? 0/,00.00 tniibt be HUlmcrl' ' cd
nil one half of saU taut mentioned sum bo paid
n before tuld i.oniiany ] shall coinmcm e busliieM ,
mfil ttock to bo divided Into thares ol tlOQtnch ,
D , 'Iho hlickeiit amount of Indebtedness ( hit
an be lururrcdliyBaldliirnrparntlonlutHo thlrdx
) i the cajiltal htock paid In , und there thai ! be no
ndlvlduul liability on the part of thv stock liclJ.
rs thereof.
U. 'I lie nUalrj of u.-ild corporation are lobocon >
ncled by a president , fccretary and troanurcr ,
liUfJiall comcitntu u board 0 ( dlrettOM.
7. fia'd ' corji ration bhall eoinnienteon Ilia I3th
yof Bejitemlier , 18HI , and shall tcrmlimto on
lu Ibt tluyof Beptunbtr , A. J ) . 1890.
I ) , lluiut.
K. I ) . ' * N Counr.
I ) . 1' , Iiuiut
, 1881. 3 ev inon 4t
Edward WcSimeral ,
ATTORNEY
- > .
* 2& * . & '
THIS NITW AND CORRECT MAP
S I'roti * jeyonA Any rcnsonnblo question Umt thn
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'lf
. Is by nil cdA Uio best roful for you to tnko wlicn traveling In cither illtect'.on between , '
Chicago and all of the Prlnclpnl Points In the West , North and Norlhwesi ,
ISftrffnlly examine this Vnn. Tlio rrlncltml Cltlci nt the \VMInml Kortlirtc.it MO Stattoni
cm Hi i ronrt. Its . throuKU ( tnlns nrnko close counoctloui will ) tlio trams of alliUln ; > iulst
Junction points.
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KnrUIJ _
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THE CHICAGO fc NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
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The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
* 1 1 * * - - § * * * * lliui * < lll < 1t lll \ ; | Vlt VII * * J * llttlXVJ klllllVll ! * * 4m (
_ over UU ror.il uro sola by all Coiiiwn Ticket Agouta In the UnlteO HUiUj * aud
\ jiu nt I iw
Kcmctnbcr to ask for Tickets via this road , tie sure they read over It , and take none other.
MABVI.1 miamn.Geu'l Manager , CUleaKOv-- . 1 . BTBNSBTT , Gcu'l 1'ass. Agent , CUIcac
HAimY P. DUKI , , Ticket Agent 0. & N. W. Railway , 14th and Frunhnra trecU.
. K. KIMnAU. . Aftilatnnt Ticket . . . llallvny ,
A cnt 0. A N. W. llth and Karnlum itreell
J. HELL , llckct Agent 0. & N. W. IUllw y , If. P. B. R. Depot-
BANKS T. CIiARK amoral Aront.
Announcement !
A large and varied stock of Sta
ple and Fancy
DRY GOODS
AT FIFTEEN PER CENT
THAN DOWN TOWN STORES.
You will Save MONEY by buying ,
your DRY GOODS of
GUILD & McINNIB ,
C03 N. ICtli Street , 2d door north of Oal E Side.
Is Once More Called to the Fact that
1ME
Rank foremost in the West in Asso rtment and
Prices of
CL
FOE MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Furnishing Goods
Hats and Caps.
Wo arc prepared to moot the demands of the trade in rogiinl to Lntutit Styles
and Patterns. L'ino Merchant Tailoring in Connection
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
300 to 31213th St. , Corner Farnham
Buy the PATENT PROCESS ,
MINNESOTA FLOUR.
[ t always gives satisfaction , because it makes a
superior article of Broad , and is the Cheap
est Flour in the market. Every sack
warranted to run alike or
money refunded.
W. M. YATES , Cash Grocer.
Max MEYER & CO. ,
poundQupwards ,
upwards.
1,000 upwards.

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