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O fllE OMAHA DAILY BEE : M JKDAY DECEMBER 26. . lr81.
SOCIAL STEW , Ladled Out in Sparing Quan tities from the Weok'a Event , ' The Coming Holiday Woofc ftnd Whnt It Will Bring. Socirvl Notes und Pollto Person fill t lee Llku the lull which precedes the storm , the present week haa been < > no of unusual quiet in nocml circles. Next week will bo without excep tion the most brilliant in the niumls of Omaha , and every ono who expects to participate ) in the dozen or more purlieu , for which invitations are issued , is on the tip-too of pleasur able expectation for what the coming ovoninjj'3 will bring forth. The IIP.Ximr.tiTII I'AKTV. of the " 1'lcaHJint Hours" clnb takes plao on Friday evening , December l0th ! , and will consist of u reunion and tt banquet to the club members and their lady friends The invitations which appeared on Thursday are ex quisite specimeiiH of the engravers art printed on the heaviest card board twice folded , each fold opening outward - ward with the invitation un- jjMvod on the interior. Upon the out- nido folds are the letters "P. 11. " and "Organised 18C8-W , " "Uounion J881-2. " Every ono who knows President Squires famous abilities ns a mnimirer predict * that oven the Touxnlin reception - coption will bo ontdono by an evening - ing of most thorough enjoyment. On account ol the great pressure on the executive committee for invitations to outflido parties , they have boon com pelled to announce that no Omaha gentlemen not a member of the club will bo invited. VILI.AHIU'AUTV. On Thursday evening Miss Carrie Millard cntortainrd a largo number of her friends at her residence on Capitol nvcnuo und Nineteenth streets , the party being given in honor of Bliss Lucy Jonnctu , of Detroit , who is spending the holi days in the city. Nearly ninety invi tations were issued exclusively to un married people , and the spacious par- low of the Millard rcsidonco wore filled to overflowing with the con stantly arriving guests. The entire first iloor was dovotcd to the daiicuni , who , fiom shortly after 8 until long nfter midnight , made merry to the Htrains of Hoil'mmi's orchestra. In the intermission an * elegant supper wan served , after which dancing was resumed , and kept up till a late hour , when the guests dispersed , hav ing passed a most thoroughly delightful evening. Among these present wcrotheMissos .renness of Detroit , Hoyt of Utica , Wood , Chambers , liulcombe , Wakoly , Etta Wells , Ring wait , Lottie and Car' rio Congdon. Dora and NeliaLehmer , JUTrt'likAq. Horbach , McCormick , Wilbur , Shears , icrnt Raw and Mrs. "Watson , Messrs. Jonnota , Tliayer , Drake , Uutlor , Lroek , Hurt Wat- Hon , .T. Watson , McCormick , Sharp , M. Barkalow , McMillan , Jamoa and John lloss , Berlin , Chambers , T. L. and J. 11. Uingwalt , 11. Carrier , 0. Ogden , A. Wakely , Morris , Annin , Congdon Chambers , Warrack , Col lins , Ilarrmuy , Lohmor , and Hitchcock. VKSTA OHAITKlt. The second party of the Vesta Chapter Horios took place on Friday evening at Masonic hall. A largo number of guests wore in attendance , und to the accompaniments of good music , a bounteous supper and an un tiring ! executive committee passed a most delightful evening. Among these present were Mr. ami Mrs. Donald McPhcrson , Mr. urn Mra Edwin Davis , Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lane , Mr. and Mra. S. K. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. lingers , Mr. ant Mra. N. Elliot , Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drown , Mr , and Mrs. Frank E Bui ley , Mr. and Mrs. Cluu Cheney. Mr. and Mra. W. 11. Hny , Mr. and Mrs. Osborn , the Misscu lion demon , Voirs , Hedman , Stewart , Carr Mary and Aggie Hcott , Mathison , Con nor , Anna and Mnggio L.ity , Patter son , Ward Hi'thawuy , Loring , Vai Huron , Munson , Howard , Hay , and Mahoney , Mrs. lloss , Mr * . Crom , Mrs Pickons , Mrs. F. T. Dudley , Mrs. Duncan , Mrs. Swondby and Mrs. fioo. Arbuthreat , Messrs. J , P. Buy II. ISushman , llnyui ) , JJniluy , Coutm man , Hoover , Hobbs , Hume , Howard Johnson , Lyons , Murray , Osburn Ogburn , Hartson , Field , Kodiimn Cameron , Patrick , Pickcns , Ucdman Itogora , Swondby , Tnntlo , Truoky Tousluy , W. N. Thoinps > > t , Witrdimt Jakes. Catbolio library Social. The condition of the streets during the week demoralized every entertain ment booked as the preface of l.oli , dny rejoicings. The social of the Catholic Library ussociation Tuesday evening was dwarfed eonsiderob ) ; both in attendance ana musical am literary features. Those who bravo < the danger of the depths wore treated to an impromptu feast of VOCA aiid instrumental music and rccita lions as follows ; 1'ianoanlo . 1'orlustese Hymi Ming Uettu IMouo ? Jtecitntlon . My .Sunday Uroeche V. At. MgUonoRh. Hole . .tilinon the Olhire W. O. Nandom. Iteidlnx . , . Civil Kervkt ) l ! fen ChaV. . White. PiunoHolo . LaHt Kouu of Siiininc Ml s So'lio Itlloy. ole . , . KUlurney'H l.nkp Chan. HcUona'ri. I'hnoHol ) . . . . . Witchw Dane Minn Jeonlo Ueloue. Itecitallou . Mann nn and Doucliu * Kilwnnl A. O'JJrien. Home , Bwtiot Home , by the . Tlio uextsoclul will baghenabout tli middle of January. Social Notui. The Concordin nocietygivo u Chrisl man tree and ball on Monday ovonin at Standard Hull. The holiday party of the "San Ceromouiu" club will occur on TJuira day. Invitations are out for u rocoptio to be given by Mr. and Mra. Henna Kountzo \Voducmlay cruninir. Omaha Ledge No. 829 , Knights o Honor , will ivo u reception and bal ' Masonic Hall ou Wednesday , Do ifoer 28. The friends of Mr. nud Mr . Mldg oy , Burpriicd them at their homo , omcr ot Fifteoiith and Cass , Wcdncs- ay evening , and whiled away the ours in dancing and social gamc.i. The preparations for the next hop f the Toisichoianclub next Tucs- ay evening have reached a degree of orfcction that insures a largo attend- ncc and an enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. McCormick will ivo a party in honor of their daugh- cr , Mies Uollio McCormick , on Tnes- ay , December 27 , The Social Art club reception was oth a social and an artistic SUCCORS. All the livery fctablu keepers will ccp their stockings handing during lie whole of next week. No gifti of an than 8t will bo accented. MAItniAllK I'KKMIIS The following licenses were issued y the county court from the Mth to tie ! 23d of December inclusive : Frits : Kristofrersenaged 21 , to Miss tin ii Kristoflcrscn , aged 22. Earl H. Coo , nged 25 , to Miss Mary 5. Freeman , aged 211. The ceremony ill take place next Wednesday oven- 1 1/ . Jacob Klsaosur , aged 2i2 , to Miss attuio Knowlcs , aged 21. Nols Poleraon , ngod 25 , to Miss \nnio Olson , aged 18. .Itio Snrensen , nui'd 2t , to Miss 'hen ' Madscn , aged 'J5. Fred Kuohl , aged 21 , to Miss An- io Sich , aged 21. I/irs Sodorgron , aged 20 , to Mini xiuisa CorlsRor , aged 23. Oeorgo Klotz , aged 21) ) , to Amri 'hrn.no. nged 22 , Win. 11. Looker , aged 24 , to Nellie ) ow , aged 18. Chas. Uoscnkranx , ngod 21 , to Miss lary Peterson , aged 21. Antony Jacobsen , aged 27 , to Miss nna Jensen , aged 21. J. W. Bouquet , auod 27 , to Miss Mattie Taylor , aged 2.'l. Simon Fraser , aged 29 , to Miss largaret Carrigan , aged 10 Simon Iloomor , aged 21 , to Miss Vugusta Proplcsch , ngod 20. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cheshire have rrived from the cast. Bert Watson has returned from Ha- ino collsgo to spend the Christmas olidaya at homo. Mr. Kuubon Wood is homo from Arizona and will spend the holidays mong his Omahacfrionds. Mrs. Frank Brigga bos gone to ioux City. Mm. Durfeo , of Leaven worth , in in lie city the guest of Mrs. W. A. ' 'axton. Mr. Charlcn Davis , of Indianapolis , a spending n few days in Omaha with lis brother , Mr. Fred 11. Davis. Miss donio Kountzo arrived ycstor- lay from Indianapolis , and will spend he holidaju at homo in Omaha. Miss May Nowcomo , of Galcsburg , 11. , in spendini ; the holidays with her rioiid , Miss Dollio McCormick. Mr. Robert Tntrick has returned 'Join Columbia law school , and will ; at bio Christmas dinner at Happy Hollow. Lucius and Bird Wakoloy are ox- icctud homo to-morrow , and will receive - ceivo a hearty welcome from u host of frionds. LIFE AT THE CAPITA ! . . Corrcipomlcncu o ( The lite. LINCOLN , December 2. ! . At a re cent meeting of the Union club in this city , at which a largo number of members and their ladies were proa- out. Dr. and Mrs. T. 0. Kern were pleasantly surprised in receiving from : he club through Mr. J. H. Alford , the president , a handsomely engraved silver tea sot. It is u custom of this : lub to remember any of their mem bers who may be rash enough to leave Jib ranks of single blessedness and jattlo with the trials and tribulations of married life. Next. Tim uxecutivo coinniiUeo of the Women's Suffrage association met ivl : hu Commercial parlors on the Kith inat. , and made arrangement for : hti annual meeting of thoirassociation , which takes place in this city sometime - time in 1882 , at which time Miss Su san B. Anthony is expected to bo present. Delegates were alto appointee Lo attend the National association nl Washington in January. The reception given by the Mt. Moriah coinmandery of Knight Tom- phirs on the lllth inst. , was in every respect a grand success. The occasioi being the conferring of high degresu of the order. By request fitty mem beKs of Mt. Cavalry Commnndery o Omaha were present , arriving by Hpeoial train via the U. P. at 7 o'clock and returning at ! ) a. m , They were mot at the depot by the Lincoln Com mandory and escorted to their hull where , after the ceremonies , they wcro treated to an elegant banquet. The decision of the Supreme Gour in favor of the heirs of tlie Dawsoi property in this city amounting t ( nearly 825:1,000 : has created quite m excitement among those holding parts of this estate and they nro busy look ing up and clcarim ; their titles. The Dccorativo Art Society gave its opening reception on the evening o the liUh inst. , and watt well attended showing the appreciation of this line of education in Lincoln. The Phil Imrmonio was present and enUvonuc the evening with fine music. There is to bo ft iratinoo dance a the city hall on Christmas afternoon given under the management of A. J. Cobb and J. W. 1'aco , in which the Sans Kuiici and Pleasant Hour clubti uro expected to participate. In the ovcnhnr Prof. F. L. Pinney , o Omaha , will give another ono of hia pleasant parties , the music to bo fur nishoil by an Omaha orchestra. The Florence Herbert troupe have just commenced H two weeks' ongayo mont in this city , and thus far havi drawn good houses. The troupe i larger , and in every respect much im proved over last year. The Lincoln Daily News has been enlarged and crcntly improved sine the suspension of The ( Hobo. It no\ remains to bo seen whether it or Th Democrat takes the lead. Miss Kato .Bullentine , of Nobrnskn City , and Mamie Sutton , of Now , Tor soy , me visiting Miss Tillio Funko Misa Maggie Maxwell , of Fremont at t.io residence of Dr. Latta , am Miss Mercer , of Hrownvillo , nt th homo of Cliano Fiiirileld. Tlie Democrat man is in coiiatan dread of an attack from J , B. Finch since his little net-to in Plattamoiith and has called on hia biother jour nulist to assist him. They take turn setting up with him. His will i made und he. is piopared to go , Dr , MathowBoii is delorminod t make it as pleasant ut the nsyluui o hristirms cvu M possibly , and with ho assistance of the steward , has ia < 1c cxtonaivd preparations for n big inc. There will bo a Christmas rcu , dancing , vocal nnd instrumental IIIMC. The Holler skating rink was opened the public on Thursday evening the 2d inat. , nnd wan well attended , the all was crowded with npcctatora , nnd mny musU'ied up cournxo enough to ut on tkutcs. In a very short time .iticoln can boast of excellent skaters thu proficiency acquired in ono cvo- IU'H practice is nny criterion. Thu ink is open uvory owning during tlio eok with matinees for Indies and liildren. Cora Kennnrd gave a very Ic.itant party on the 17th , noino coiik'.i ] bcitm prcBont. Mr. I. him ono of the tiiccot homes in the ity for entertaining nnd their parties re always looked forward to with leisure. Now Year's dny is to bo well ob- jrved in Lincoln. Already an unuiu- tly large number of Indies have sigtii- utl their intention of receiving , nnd ave nindu up their patties , A very oticeablo fcaluro of this year's calls cing the grouping no many as twenty- no Indies receiving nt ono houso. It ill lie rather embarrassing for a gen- omen to try to talk to twenty or lore ladies at oncu , The Plesant Hour club will give a lurninn on the 20th. It is to bo a ill dress ntlair. The club bus gene i considerable expense in decorat ng le hall. Tlio university closed on the 24th or n VAcntion during the holidays , 'his ' , according to the new schedule , s merely n recess , the term not clos- ig until the latter part of January. It will bo decided next week whether jincoln is to hnvo water works or not. 'ho ' Rchemo is looked nt much more avorably by the people thnn hereto- ore nnd ninny feel confident in carry- ng the bonds. THE STATE AT LARGE Movement * ofPooplo- I. M. llalley , of l-nirbury , U back from llinold. Mrs. IS. K. ISooch , of Ulysn n , haa re- urned from New Vork much Improved m alth. K. 1) . Kclloy , of Fremont , has gona to ) eodwood. Mrs , ( > . H. Turner , of Blue Springa.Js ack from N xr'York. M. A. McKlnnon , of I'lattsmoutli , b is etumed from the cant. Mm. T. J. l-'oley , of North Platte , bus oturued from the cast. J Hoph King ntul wlfe TJI Tecum'eh , will winter In aliforniiu./ ' Mrs. A. K. AInrelioiiHctofTokamali , ha cturncd from New Vork. Mrs. Olillmm , of Fairmont , hairetuincd roiulowa with her nephew. .1. Iloovler , of 3''nlrbury , took in the Coybtune ttate and returned. i Amy Mctcalfc , of Tccunmch , linit u'l after a long absence. Mls < fJnivej U vl.ttini ; her sister , MM. K11U at Nort-t Platte. Major fe ! < > . S. Dennfr , of Seward , lomc from nihit U. O , KreUitiKcr will enjoy " merry * ' ut his old homo In Illinois. Dnytd SIIIIIUCH ] , of IJIuo HpringB , will Burprico tlio old folkn ut home in Iowa. .T. C. Peterson and fnmily , of Colum iH , nru recupcrntin ; , ' in WiscoiiHin. MFH. A. W. Mchiuglln , of Tlattsmoutli , inn returned from her Chicago vinlt MIBS Dcrhnm , o ! I'luttHinouth , bin ( ; om o the 1'ucillc contt for orange I loHHomn Chan. ( i. hone , of Jvisini ; City , IH upend- n the ItolidayH nt hia homo In Illinois , lion A H. Jnckfon , of Pawnee , him returned from h ! New Mexico expedition. C. S. Hooni ) , of Niobrarn , took in the lephant at the Harden city tncl iclurneil. Joseph Ilnrkey , of Niobrara , will Hpeud iln montli'rt vacation In the eaxtcrn citicH. Florence H'xxl of Moninoutli , III , , H tliu late-st ailditlon to I'awnue City KO- cloty. cloty.Mrs. Mrs. , T. H. LvoU came up frura Now Mexico to vlhlt her sinter , Mrn. linldwin ai b'routoot. John H Thienaen , of Fairburv' , in pro miring for an expedition to the C/.ar'w douiInlonH , Mr. nnd Mr . J , ( i. KUrlil c , of Ninbra ru , ha > e returned from a protracted TIH ! .o the coxt. J. C. .SpnrliDf and wife , of Tectuaieh nru Hkipplm ; over the prairioK towun Oni-tdu , Kiw. Two of Tekunmh'fl citl/onnj have ione ; ennt for the holiday J. T. Shaw on < Jacob Baker. Mimi Hannah Hny , dhter of Mm. O Hunter , of Tecmiipeh , IIUH tone ; back to Illinois , her home. Mrx. Hughe * , of Uenver City , M'ill com ulete tlio holiday family circleut the eli liomn In New York. J. 11. Morrlx , of Howard , Mowed tlio mud of Ohio and Illinois , and U now con tent with liomu produi'tli.ns , H , K , Palmer und daughter , of P attn m > uth are buck trum n trip to the Aztec mini mul tno "Imllx of Mouto/uma. " Mr. Heohtel , of K.umdurH county , lift sliod ) IH ! collatcrn'u ' and ntnrtod ou i prolonged tiamp of tlie Kaxtura Htiiten. .ludgu Orillciy , of Dixon county , hi lieua Huddunlr called to liiiiillo , N , Y. where hit ) il.uiKhtur , L ; / ! , is ruportci dyliiR. Dr. F , ( i. NIclioli" , of Ti'Ctmiiieli , ha coinplistcd hln courco nt 1U > 1 OHIO Imspiti nnd will Imiii ; out liln nliin lo r.t Ifcnv.ird Nemnlia county , l\ov. ( ! I'uriias U homo from a nix month'd lour of the went and Houtli. Hi thlnkH Houthern ColiforiiU and a Ninal Klirnof Arizoua con tituU.-H the gulden Hpo of America. Mr. nnd MIH , Unit re , of finnm KprhiRn Old" , urn Uiiitln ; , ' their on Mid dau liter Mr. William HaKore and MM. M. Ilun ton , of Blue. Springs. Falnnont won noarlydepopiilated by th ollilny vxodtiH. Mel. Martin liied away > St. I'nul , ilno Whithluh'ton towan Qimkunlom , Walttr Scott to Now Yoil nnd 1'ilnoo Warren tj Teuuc co. Mr , F. Fluke and Mis * Mamie. Fluke father and Hl t r of Mrs , .r , D , Hind , ha\ Arrived In Alum , nnd will become iwrmit nt'iit re I cntu. Mr. Fltiku will Kt-om conneoti'd with The llnriild on nnd iifte the lirnt of . .lanuury- 1 Herald. Ball Room nnd Parlor- Ilie Plrniuiut Hour * club , of lllnnnilng ton , | ; ave its Hecond party on the 23d , The new court ut Indlanola W H dud catcil by n Kraiul ball and supper on tb itfH indulged in a Kruiul hop o tie " .Id , inunugud by three uf her uocift "runtleri ) , " Mm. John Kidtjatcof ] ) orcliunter , wn the recipient of H birthday nunirlfe niu lii'nutlful Houvenird from her fricud , Ian week. The fir * bnyn of Sidney ( 'uvo one o their rousl UK hopa Friday \onliir ( , Th lorul chronirlur urrtotn that It WIIH "ID chen he " Tliu yimiifr nnd old of Hardy iiiusqucr aded on the ltth ! , lt asa Hiiccese , niu greatly enjoyed by both npectatom am participant * . 8ui | rlor City luu a toclal ilub whicl with a plain "United Htate name , "wouh mnell an nwcct" and print ) lockjaw , Th club b'lvert enjoyable partiun uoiertbeleas Pawnee haa a literary nuclety that di > e ot nllow th ( > blblo to b V' " ' from M utl.orlly. . U miy bi l'l ' thnt that oclcty li a ii rftr i. . f wii > n ilrhn a .wo horne wagon , Mrs. ,1. 11. Watlo , of KiW'nd , threw I > cn her p rlor tn n | > i ! y 'f fncn l mi 10 evening of th 1011 l > niclng nud \ine mlwlchod with r 'rffchi icnt cum- > lct I the ovcidniplcvi'i. . e. The rrnldctiro of Mr. fulMf.T. . T. 2onkllng , of Nlobrarn. wo * ' the nccno nf a rilllnnt party nn the J2th. Mxt/ two per IBM rc8Hndcd | to th * 4t 'l < ' ' > i nnd ) nt the bvcnlii in vatMi 1 1-1" ! The ptrty [ \cn bv'&t * iiuipilitnn lub , of Hlnlr , lt t Vrlcinj o * lnWai irgoly uttctuled ntid ' Ijwlmft * ' tlmti Icnx-d. jdlsn Mlnnlo QajtHlrr o dMisit lullcn , from Lincoln , wf. ftUJiihs , lov'o resent from nbroad , * The Youth of A'hlbnd r < l eveon lh lert for nn pvundig's < ( > ort. MfJ'iiii'l Mrc. .T , H. 'itllo ! trc - ilcc yi'd fr.m ; iiiinf , mi the oven ! UK I the 1 J'.lt , and a ar e number of joim < f"lk lookiii'inrd ! * ixTijeniiiti nud ilinc t till > srly mom. The Plea ant Jloutscl b , I ullcrton , cteKed n mil Blimtial non 1-olf on the even- n of the ICth , In tlie ln n - > f an ojvt-r upper at the rcsMciu-i of It. U. Kl itijliter. ShiK'cnl exercl-c * prec 'dfdUio fc.iht nnd a lvely"r. cquot" followed In the rooms of tin dub Any organization bulnchroulc lyijiM-ptlo would ( ; row fnt on Hiicb diet. TliHproHfntatiHn fe\cr ( n nt UH hriK'ht n Dakota City. Mr. nnd Mrs. McUeath rcro the leclplnitM lant week of two innilMimc nnd ro-tly Rlftn the foimer a old-headed enne "f r four u.irn of mill- nry duty nnd t nKo > inrn' ollictnl mr- /I eo , " nnd Mrx. Melt , n nllvnr wrvlcc , mttcr dlsli nml take knife. Sh rt ail- nnd itfreibments eomplet > d an venlnj ; of rnro cnjoymcu . Stntn Splioen Charley lily nud Hlnnrhe Alllrnn , of 51ocuInftoii : , wcrti Hpltctd on the IHth. , ! . Whlddon nnd Ml * N. Armtrong , of ) too county , ni ued artlclw of copartner hip on the Kith. It'n " 'uU-nnd-'air' with \ . N. Porter of Jnvld City. ItobccrYKf / ( 'ur met htm If way and now they are one. Win. HopkhiH nnd MiiL/ ! ) Johnson , atKditer of Knv. I ) . J. Johnnon , were tnnrritxl Rt Sheridan lust week. Harnny M. Houiinelt , of Topeka , woopcddown on Otoe county and carried 0 MiM A. B. Foldon , on the llth. The m idnof Orleans are reduced in lumber. Jac b Arnnhoruer , of ( "Juide lock , Kerr-Ird ona to hit home on the fith. fith.Mr. Mr. J. N , Henry nnd MLw Emma Ku - w > ll , both i'f Anhlnnd , were married In jincoln on the 15th , Mr , H nry It i - relied on the It. ft M. until he got ' solid" n Ashland nnd then moved to Omala with his bride. Table IV-ck in reported ai h-irinc fifteen , f y rcillickMomc ( . 'r" widows. But one > y one the rotves fall into matrimonial Wheeler nnd ( Ireeley counticn form an idlianco on the 1-lth nt Albion > y the mnriin0e of F. F. Tully and Kva 'uttoiRon , , I hn MIchclHcn , of Omaho , went up to 'miiont for a brute , and returned with MisH Anton ! t Harden IH MM. 2t. They were tied on Uiu 17th. H. B. Klllott , of Gosper i.-ounty will nuver Onller Km agdu , for Kmmn Cnller H no more. The nuptial knot was lied ut I listing ou the Kltli. .TnmcK Scovlle , of Nemah'i City , bo ! ly aided KunnnK and u.iptiircd a liride at Atchison , Misi Nellie Woodward. They vero married on the 10th. Dr. J. F. Hood traveled " 'o'er Hood nnd iicld" from Datieii , Wis. , to Adams county before lie found his mata , nnd cel- nbr ted the event on the llth. 'Twas a iarien exploit. The popular Feather of La Porte hat , jeen plucked \Vitertovvn N. Y , , on the lllth. Mrs. M. M. Iliuld of that town ms become the major portion of bin lounehold. Lets hope he'll ne'er Itudd , ho day. ( Md Mr. Mn'ono and the widow Thorn- a.son , of Ponca , concluded to join handH ado\Ttithu Autumntideof life , onthollth , and UH the nhiidowH of evening lengtheiud .buy icpalred to their prairie home a few inilcH out of town. Wm. Willing , one of the tolid men of Calvert , WUH mairied on the 20th. to Miss L'hcmle Barker , ot Nebraska City. Cul vert in one of the new towns on the It. & M. , and of courxo William i * Willing to makosacrificeH to build it up. South Pawnee celebrated an'intcr-stito marriage with great eclnt lai < t week. Ono if the tiiili cnntrncting parties came from "bleeding KaimaM" or better known a * St. JohnV di minioiiH. The groom is marked down xt 'M yearn , and the bride nt 17 years of Dingle blks. The recent elopement nt Hastings hnw lontitn rouioncu by the explanation of Mr. and Mrs. WoOHter , parents of the girl. The mnrringo wax not objectionable tc them except on the KOTO of ngr. The girl was Mi > enteen nml the money taken be longed to her. The youno couple are now i the Hi'.nny aide of the Itockif H. Mian Gallic Downing , of libomington , in reported to u have furnished a pitch quill comMHed ] of 7'JMi hcxtngonal pieces ol cdico each one not much longer than a nllver ( | unrtir , nnd cuntnlning about 1COC dilT rent rpecimriiH of calico. We h-td lio- lie\ed the newH frnternity monopolUrrl the chi'Hr induMry It Inevdleit to miy thai wo feel fur Cullio uway Downing our lieail of hrnrts. North 1'lutto wii * focially n it.'tivl on the llth by the mnrriago of .Mr. W. O. Downov , nf l.nrumie City. V yoming , atii Addle 1. l"dlcy , daiiflitcr of Koidnia-ter . H. Dudlny , of the M .uiitain Dhihion , IT , P. Ifv. The ceicni'iny took | ) lnco ir tlici pui lor of the Itnilrond Hou o at 10 o'clock p. m. ami was performed by Ilev. Mr. CnwhicV of thel'rei-bjterhn church o ; Cheyciuiu. A la go party i.f frienilH from Lara-i.ieand Oh-jeiMie woni prcccni. Tin happy couple w o loaded down with ele- guut preHOiitx nnd left that uM'uing for l.nramie , their future home. TIio School * . 1'rank Hrnselvy t keii charge of Ibo UepubllcanClty Bchooln next te m. St. Paul In iiroud of her church build- lugs costing ? l,000 ! , e\o y dollar rallied by subscription. Nfbrowka Ciillcgo at Nebnukn City , closed Wednenday with n literary i liter- talnment nt theopeia bouse. The moht miccexsful term that Donne college ha over had chucd with u public entertainnifut Iwt Wednesday. Platte county lm.s 89 tcachern ; In IS71 there wt-re tK(0 ( childrui in thu county ; in 1881 , f > ,7l > 'l , nn incrt-mo of 40 p r cent. The Iniihlir.g kn'wn OH the Teinpllu fchool houKe , near Klown , Thayer county c itiglit tire and burned to tliu ground u week ngo. Blooming-ton hchnol dlttrict in out o debt , tuslntuinx one of tliei Ixint gnulec uchuiiU in the State , und box ? G < 33 in the treauiiry , The attendance nt the HchooU of York i largely OUT six hundred , and the fchoil are In most excellent condition health ; and vigorous , The new school house In the northern part of Itlnlr In Hearing completion. When tlili U fliiMied Itlu r will have three line school bulldlngit. The school building nt St. 1'nul ! en tirely iiuuleijimtu for the ruing gtmerntloo The citizens propose to P.IM niouud th lut for funds to build n new one. Itrownvllle KchooUnru In excellent work ing order. Tlu-ro does not beem to bo nn > attempt nt diaplay , no frilU nnd tlouncc- no hcenia dieplay , but rather practical Mibstantlnl r.nd effective work oviry da\ in the term nnd e\cry hour < f tliu day , nm that U what fits bay * and girls foi j > i Jftl tital life.-Ad\ertlfer. ( Ponca has now n largo and clegnii nclinol hoi e , built f uur year * iyo at a to * of S3W)3. Four Uuchem are employeil viz ; S. K. lllttenVender , principal ; MU CJauglircii , -ittnnt principal MI Kllen ItUbte , tenchcrof tlio liilcrtnt- diato department , nnd Mien hUzIcdtough , of tlio primn y. The ch In H number nl out 200. The intalognn of the Htate Normal fchool nt Prru , Ncmaha county , * how that Institution to bn in n mont ire p r- OIIH condition , Thcrontei.71 studenU In attendance , nil preparing to teach. ( Jf ihcuo. forty worn graduated last com- moncemrnt day , tix in the higher and thlrty-f ur In tl o elementary c 'Urse , r p. resenting in nil iHcnty counties in the xtato. Thin is but little more than an u\ crape of the numbers graduated en nually fo' the lact t\\a \ year' , but in the meantime the nchonl has i ! < rn ton higher plane In jximt of well-dlrcctod cffoil , nud a marked hiipn > M mcnt Umanlfe-t In the gencr.d culture , moral tone , nnd pri f > K- Iin . fntlniolaniii of all its Htudentf , Of tl < * * b < l. Dumber of ntud ntn in attend- mK 'tliin ywif , arc 1f 7 y umr ladies , nnd 17 T' ini Mitlera n ) 'JW of them nro from > * br * > tiM , xnil 14 of them from otlur > UUv. TU v 'pren-ntSS counties arid I ft a lo * 'llnlr nvniRo ago Ua lilt u over 20 yearn. Than U t rin Irglnn the tth of Jnnuii'y , 18b- , The Baptist par > onaj'o at Gonevn , was dedicated with appropriate Rcrvlccrt on the 17th. 17th.Tha Tha KpincnpulIaiM nf Oaldand ha\e decided cidod to Hecuru pla m for u church to ho uillt in the "pring. The bai'ctnpnt of the new Catholic church nt O'N'olll is com.'lo'ed nnd nurvloe will bo h Id in it during the winter. Kov. Mr. Whitemnn , a United lireth. reii ptcr "her , ll\ing about clbht miles Hiiuth of Nt'ligb , died suddenly on the llth. llth.Tin Tin rew M. K. church in Orant precinct - cinct , Franklin county , was dedicated last Sunday. The building un 1 fumi hlnga cost s , on . The Oerinnn citizens of 'Sprin ; Ilrnnch , Wnvne county , nro erecting n chnrch 2lx..li ( feet , which will Lo dedicated on ChrlatmaA day , 1t v. K. A. Burnell commenced n Kerkfi of revival mectlngg at the court house in Alm , Saturday etcniDg , Dec. 17th , con- tinning tliroufh to the 2'Jd A Catholic chnrch ID being built In St. ChnrlfH precinct , Cumlng county. li- mention.s 42\'M , and twenty feet high. It will cant , when completed in the neighbor hood of $ .T 000. There are three churches in Pond , the jiithcran , the Freabyteiian Iev. ! K. L. Vhceler , und the Methodist , Itev. J. 'owler , The church bulldingn are Imge nd 1a UIy built , and have largo congregn- tonn. Frank llardol , North Bennett Street , iuffulo , Raytt : 'I have tried your Sritixo JI.OHHOM as n family medicine and have never came across anything to do HO much ; oed in so nboit a.tvme in can-n of imiigeg- ion , dyRpepaia and derangement of the tomacn ; I str ngly rtcommend it , " Price X ) ccntf , trial bottleti 10 c ntH , dculD-eodlw L'HAT COUGH. If you are suffering from a Cough , jold Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fever , Consumption , loss of voice , tickling of ho tluoat , or any direction of the Throat or Lungs , use Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption. This is : ho great remedy that is causing so nuch excitement by its \\ondorful cures , curing thousands of hopeless wises. Over : i million bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery have been used within the last year , und have given ) erfect Hatisfaction in every instance. Wo can unhesitatingly say that this is really the only suio iMiro for throat tiul lung atluctions , and can che'oiful- y recommend it to all. Call and get i trial bottle free of cost , or a regular RI/.O for § 1.00. Ish it McMuhon , Om- iha < tt ) TRUTH ATTESTED. 5oznoXmportant2 > tatomenta ofWo Known People Wholly Verified. In order that the public may fully reillze the cuulncnctM of tlio statement" , .11 ucll in tlio MjucrniHtaluo of the article of nhkli tliej upcak , vopubllKh hifonlth ti > o fuc-shuilo H > c"a turca of partICK l > o o sincerity ia be\oii'l ' < | uej Jon. IhuTrutliof Uiwo t'trtlmonialH la ubeo ute , nor can tliu facia they announce ba Ig norul , OVIAIU , Nm. , May 21,1681. H. H. WARXTJ : & Co. : DKARSIK : I have frequently u c < l Warner's Safe KUnoy and I.i\er Cure for local nlTectloui kttondant upon iwvcro rliouniatl' ' : uttackn , am ba\ual aH dcrlted beuutlt therefrom , I have ab juw < 3tho b'afo Nervine with eatlfactory re Bulls. I conEJder tbeso mcdldue * vtortby o conHJocv. Deputy Treasurer. OUAIU , Nrn , Way 24 , 1.-81. H. " . WAI IR & Co. , Hochesttr , N. Y : OXNTH : I have UHU ! jour Sato Kltlocy am HvurCure thU uprlni ; o o tvorln > lKontor , and 1 find I the bent remedy I vir ? trltil , Im \ VBed 4 bottled , a'A tt hrw niado me f col bettc than 'Ur 1 ulJ before in the V. lIt. . Shojw. OMAHA , Nu , May 21 , 18S1. II. II. WAIIMIKi.Co : HIKH : For more tlirui 15 y aril I tmoftuOerci lunch In onveniinou from combined klilnt' > "in llirnllbVBtui , nil havii beun nn lilo to work my urln y or , ; nn ( il o lifliij ; atftu'ed ' I tried a Krcat many lueillcliUH anil doitoiH , but I crew vvorsu and vtono tluy by clay Iua5told 1 hat Ilriuht'HDlHeiM ? , and 1 vriahrd tiijulf dead If could not lm\o fpwdy n lief. I took your Cat Kidney and Liter < uru , knowing notliinif el < vta tvcr Knoun tocurotha dlaea v , niul I liav not been dn-appointiil. Th' inctliciiiolina curcc ' , end I am juried ly will lodav , cmlr.lj o'K'i ' } ' "ir tutu Kldnoy and LiverCuru l h jon all mice H In ] iulilihlni ( thU v.luabl rtiuojy through iho world. u. r. H. K. SHOP * . TlioutamlH rf equally H'ronc cndotiicmtuit1 many of them In wim vlierc h po wan ob n roned l ve been voluntarily glim , thawing th rtiimilaMc ixiwer of Worucr'8 Hafo Kidney an Lhi'r Cure , IniUlilceuHot ut thu klilnejH. ll\c or urlnaryotganH. If any ono who reads thl 1m any phy uU troulilu rumi'j.ber tlio gre iltnicr ol dilnv THE oomui d. I. PAYNTER Proprietor Corner 10th and Howard Streets , OMAHA , NEB. Rates , Two Dollars Per Day DexterLTlioinas6Bro WILL 11UV ANI > SELL 3 4i i 0 ALL COMNfCTin T1IIKBTITO. Pay Taxoe , Rent Houses , Etc If YOU VAKT TO BOT Oil lEUi Call tt Oic , Kocm 8 , Crdgbtoo Uloci , Onub * pt-d Mr . J. f > . Hoberton , tMttMiunr , Pa. , wrlto : "I M ( uffcrliiiffromKeniml debility , want of sp- elite , wmrtlpatlon , etc. , so thnt life wa * a bur * en ; after uilnx Burdock flloo.1 llltttr I fclttwt- or than for jtars. I cannot pratno jour llltUn oo much , " H. ( VM * . "I nnffalo , N. Y. , writ : "Your unlock Diet Hitter * , In ihronlcrilrcaftCfiof tlm lee < I liver a..J Mdni } * , have been Mtnmlly nnrktd with micci * * . Ihnvo uwd tlnni nincff Ith btrt retiull' , lor torpidity of the llvot kndln ncot a friend of niliio mifltrln ; from drop * ) , ho effect was niarvclouV nnicoTurner , Rochrrtrr , N. Y.w-rltc : "I have ten subject to ncrloiM dUordtr of the kldnej * . and unnMc to fttUnil to biiolmi'i ! ; llitrdock lllooil llttert nlli-vwl me before hill a Irattli ma twod feel coufldetit tliat tliev will mtlrtly euro mo , " , K > Aiciilth IU1I , ninphanpton , X. Y , , writes : ' 1 nuflcrfd vt-lth a dull pain Uirou h IUY elt uni ; nnd nhouliler. Ixmt my cplrltn , np ) > etlte , nd color , and could with dliliculty keep up nil lny. Took jour llurdock lllood Hitters DM ill < cte l. and have Ic.t no pnln binoo tint wwk at cr unlncr them. " Mr. Noah ItetfH , Klmlre , N. Y. . wrl c : "About our } earn n o 1 hid an attack of MHotH fever , and ever fully rwoverwl. My illettlvo orgn were viakent * ! , and I would be completely ) > r rated for da ; . Alter usln t\\o hottlefl ol your lunlock IJIood Hitters the improvement wan HO t tble that I waaasUmlthtil. I tan now. though 1 Jeant f age , do a fair and rcaronablo daj' work. 0. lllackrt Iloblrmon , proprietor of The Canada 'rwbjtcrlan , Toronto , Ont. , writeH ! "Koryeari eulTvretl ( jreotly from oft-recurring heaJacho. I ucd jour ttnrdock lllood lllttvn with happloxt emiltK , nnd I now find mi pelf In better health lan lor j uort ) | < Mt. " Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo. N. Y , writes : ' 'Ihavo cd llurdock lllood Hlttera for ncnotu and bll- OUA hcodachefl , and can recommend It to anyone r < ] ulrinK a cure for bllUoiunctm. " Mrt > . Ire Mullhollond , Albany , K. Y , write * : For Mveral yearn I hov o suOrred from oft-recur Ini ; bUlloun hcadache , djepeprHa , and com > Uintn peculiar to my MX. Hiiice n ln your lurdocb Blood Bitten lomcntlrelr rcUuv-ed. " FOSTER , MILBURN , & Co , , Props , BUFFALO , N. Y. Bold at wholcuolo by I h & Mcltilion and C. F. Joodmon. Je 27 ood-ma In Hoots of Fomlllos ilostetter'n Stomach Illttern In a much afl a houKehold ntc Hslty nn 8iitcar or coffee. The reason of thlx la that yearn of experience havu iroi cd It to be perfect y reliable In these COBCH o cmerrcncy uhera n prompt and oimciilcnt rem tly U demanded. ConMlpntlon , liter complaint yHpepsja. indigestion ami otlur trouble ) ara o\criomo by It. Kor Kilo by all Dru KinUanil'Dealoni , to whom apply for Hontettcr's Almina : WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ! C. SPECHT , Proprietor , 1213 Harney Street , OMAHA NEB , - - - MANUFACTURERS OF GALYOTD ffiON Cornices , Dormer Windows , Finials TIH , IEON 1 SLATE ROOFIM , Specht'a Patent Motalic Sky light. Patent Adjustable Hatchet Oar and BRACKET SHELVING I nm the K < mcral State Acotit for the abov Uno ot gooiln. IKON I'liNUINO. Crettlngi , Balustrades , Verandns.lOfflce anc Dank RallliiRs , Window and Cellar Guards ; alia GENERAL AGENT Peerson nnd Hill Patent Inildo Blind. novWtf THE KENDALL PLilTDfG MiCHfflE DRESS-MAKERS' CQMPAflM , lt pUlU and prcieeu ptrftctly one > arl pc minute , BJIt plalta fro.-n Mtiof an Inch to 11-1 Inchc-s t u Idth In the foarttcit ( clta or tlntot Mk , 11 dom nil kludt and tt ) laof plaiting In ue. No lady tliat dooa Imr own ilretd maklni : ru a'ord to do without ono an nlco plaiting u\erout of laklilon , If inin It lls Itnvlf. Fo , t'irculars or Agent's tcrnu nddrcwi CONGAR & CO. , 113ilains St. , Cbiciujo , 111 UK.O. W. Kr 'UALL , Agent i uiala. SIBBBTT & PULLER , ATTORNEYS AT LAW vj > wo ornr , NEB , Hpedtt attention gliro tocollectloni In Butt Dexter L. Thomas , ATTORNEY - AT - LAW AND- H a n d s o mest -IN TIIK- MARKET' ' For Sale by WM. P. STOETZEL 621 South Tenth St. Artlolea of Incorporation of the Millard Fanners' Club- Articles of incorporation made and adopted this 29th day of October , A. 1) . 1B81 , by nnd between the undersigned in- corporatoiu , OH follows , to-wlt : NASIK. Article I. The name of thU club shall be the Millard Farmers' club. FLACB OV BCHINE3S. Article II. The principal place of buei- neiw of thia club Hlinll bo at Millard eta- tlon , county ot Douglas , Nebraska. NATUIli : OK HCBINKHH. Article III. The general nnture of busi- ncH to bo tranttatted by this club is to conduct u general literary and Booinl busi- xM nnd other entertainments of n social character , CAl'ITOL STOCK. Arlicle IV. The auiormtof cipltnl stock of this cluh slinll bo two thousand dollar ? , divided Into ghnren of one dollar each , vvhidi i hall be paid in the uiunuor pre scribed by the diiectors. COMSlENCESICNr AND TEHMlNArl"5. Artie eV. This club nhall commence to trnnsnct buninet B nnd exetcixo its corporate powers the 29th day of October , 1831 , and its powers Rimll ccoxe < m the -'Jtlt d.ty of October , 1981. AMOUNTS or LMBHJTV. Article VI. The liiglieit mnouut of k- bllity or indebledne.18 , which thi * club Bh.ill at any on timu nubject itsluf , Bhall bo three hundred d llnr , OKKICE1US. Article VII. The officer * of tldi club shall be conducted by n board of three directors , who shall be elected from among the stockholders , and they shall appoint n president and such other officers an by law la required. JULIUH ScllliAEDKIt , J. BLUM , GLAUS SCHUMANN , W , GERNDOIIK. GTATK or NKDIUHKA , ) COUNTT OK DotirLAB. f On this Mth day of Octoto , A. D. 8881 , personally appeared before me , Charles BrandcH , a notary public for f aid county , Julius Schroeder. J , DIuui , Claus Bchn- maun , W , Oernuorf , to mo known to be the diallers ot the fortuolne articles of In corporation , and acknowledged the tame to be their voluntary act and aeod. [ riKAL. ] OltAHLKS bKAMlKH Notary public in and for Douglns county , Nebnukn. . NEBRASKA State Gazetteer and Busi ness Directoy , Containing n description antl a Hut of all bunlnesa men in the * tate , will IwLr-retxt early In 18S1 ! . I'riceSI.OO. J. BI. WOLFE , Publisher. 120 South Fourteenth Street , Omaha , Neb deM2in BOGGS & HILL REAL ESTATE BROKERS No. 1508 Farnluua Street , mci Nor.h el Jo opp Oiand Central Uolcl