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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , imilUAUY 12 , 1893-SIXTEKN PAGES.
AS ANNOUNCED EOiyfEJTIME AGO , THE STOCK OF SHIRTS , OVERALLS , PANTS , Etc BFiLxONQI > G TO Known as the "Buckskin Brand , " were sold by order of Judge Ferguson. The great variety and sixe of this purchase coupled \vitha R13MARKAJ3L&ATC7BAS3 7AT OJ7R JOBIilXCc prevented our getting the goods chocked of f ready for sale until now. lor oar own co/ivc/i/eiico aitti t of buyers , a/i of tlie manufactured goods have been moved from the factory at J3ast Omaha to our store I'lOl to 1IO5 Harnoy St * , and on Monday , February 13th , The entire stoclcvJll he arranged in lots ready for sale , so as to clean up quiclfly and for the purpose of advertising our general business , we have made such prices as T EFFECT A SPEEDY SALE We have cleared a large space on our 3rd floor for this purpose , and confidently assert that this is the best opportunity ever pre sented to western merchants on first class well made goods. In addition to this special sale , we will show as attractive and well assorted a line of SUITED TO TIH3VANTS o TUB T13KITORY TRIttUTARY TO as has ever heen shown west of Chicago. A.11 the Robinson-Stokes Go's , manufactured goods w1ho sold for Cash , and in no instance \vill longort erms he made than SOdaysAt an early daywevill he prepared to S/JOAV a new line of samples in Etc. And we feel satisfied it will be to your interest to see them , You will jp fully advised when we are ready for business. The factory will be un der the management of G. E , SI OKES , of the late Robinson-Stokes Co- DISMEMBERMENT IN SIGHT Events That Illuminated the Social Page the Past Seven Days. GENERAL AND MRS. BROOKE'S ' TOMBOLA Mrs. 1'orcy Ford's Functions Card 1'artles In Great Abundance The Cotillon at iorc t Hill Chut About Well Known Oniulm 1'eople. Only two days raoro and then Lent will cast Us mantle over tired belles and beaux , to aay nothing of the dowagers who really have kept the social ball rolling since the season bogan. Ash Wednesday appears above the horizon and Albert will soon have to lay down his baton and the Musical Union orchestra couso from charming ; when litera ture and art , diversified by aesthetic lunch eons , history classes and other divertise- monts of the ' -fast period" will bo dragged violently into the foreground and "golden lads and girls all" must wear the sackcloth of mental effort- and moral starchness with just loophole loft largo enough for the world , the llesh and the devil to creep in. There are some who will avail themselves of their overflowing bank accounts and fly to the azure skies and waters of the Mediter ranean where Monte Carlo opens wide its seductive doors for a ilyer at rougo-ot- nolr , with the hope that they may return as rivals to "Tho Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo. " There will bo some who will join the ranks of bog trotters in Florida. Bermuda , Jekyll Island and all that vast expanse of our tropi cal regions , breathing the scent of the pal metto and the pine , receiving invigorating draughts of 020110 to help them over the post- Ion ten season. To prepare for the "rest which follows labor" Mr. and Mrs. John L. Webs tor will give a card party Monday evening , the Paladins will dance ; Mr. and Mrs.V. . J. Broatch will give a dinner party the same evening while the Elks will caper about in their now ball on Farnam Street. Mrs. Lyman also announces a can ! party for Monday after noon. On Tuesday Miss Woolworth will en tertain at dinner while Mrs. Ulysses C. Ate- Danicl will give an afternoon at cards for Mrs. Leonard. The Assembly will bring out the swells at the Millard and Union Pacillo council Koyal Arcanum will "trip the light fantastic" at Metropolitan hall. A "Tombola. " General and Mrs. Brooke arc to bo con gratulated upon the successful termination of tlio "Tombola" held Thursday evening at their residence , 611 South Twenty-fourth street , and for introducing to Omaha society a really now form of social entertainment. The ' Tombola" is a licensed form of lottery indlginous to Franco and Italy , where ft originated , but for this occasion the game was played under the stars and stripes not withstanding our well known aversion to anything that has the word lottery attached toil. Captain Ayers officiated as the auctioneer and , like all auctioneers , made a very neat speech preceding the game , in which ho an * nounccd the conditions. Ono hundred fans were then placed before the captain having \ numbers on them which entitled the buyer to n prize. Bags containing fifty beans each were given to the seventy guests and tlieso beans were bid on the fans. Of course the bidding was fast and furious , fans were knocked down with wonderful rapidlty.and the prizes they draw made the guests moro eager than over to secure - cure ono or moro of the coveted fans , The prizes were In many instances quite handsome - some , although some were very ludicrous to what the appotlto for uioro fans. After the auction refreshments were served. Among those permitted to Join the lottery were : Captain and Mrs. Ayers , Miss Itod- raan. Major and Mrs. Worth , Mr. and Mrs. Chase , Air and Mrs. Millard , Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs , Rodick , Mr. nnd Mrs , Hull , Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rogers , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Offutt , Mr , nnd Mrs. Arthur Smith. Mr. and Mrs. 1'orcy Ford , Misses ICouutzo , Hamilton , Lynn , Curtis , Yatcs. Besslo Yntcs. Johnson. Pratt , Wakeloy , Enjily Wakeley , Lozicr , Burns , Pratt , Boyd. Summers , Balcombo , Miss Wallace , Miss May Wallace , Lieuten ant and Mrs. Wright , Misses Hughes , Ale- Kenna , Van Patten , Nash , Brown , Messrs. Hamilton , Charles Kountzo , Wilson , Gannett , Mercer , Hall , Doane , Saunders , Wakeley John Patrick , Al Patrick , Voos , Latta , Berlin , Mr. Crofoot. Mr. Quay. Cotillon lit Foriist Mill. The cotillion , with its endless succession of surprises , if the leaders are at all pro gressive in introducing now figures , the gayly costumed women and the favor-deco rated men , presents the ono function of swelldom that nover. grows wearisome. Danced usually In the best appointed homes , with all the essentials to a happy night , most perfect , no form of social light and life has so much to commeuu it as the cotil lon. Forest Hill which has echoed with the sound of merry laughter in the days apono , but which lias been closed to the fashion able world for a time , has again taken on renewed life and interest and the pro-lcnteu season has been marked by several beauti ful entertainments at Mr. Herman Kountzo's residence. The cotillon of Tuesday evening , however , was qulto the brightest of the sea son's events , given in honor of Miss Kountzo and Mr. Charles Kountzo. Although some what limited as to numbers , it was till that the most devoted follower of the gonna n could wish. The favors , as ono might ex pect at the homo of ono of Omaha's loading bankers , wer * quietly elegant , particularly the dainty vases and baskets of Sevres ware. The dancing was divided into two parts , Mr. Charles Kounlzo , a most ca pable loader , leading nlono during the first part , while Mr. Frank Hamilton lead with Miss Kountzo during the latter part. It seemed like old times como back'to ' sco Mr. Hamilton "treading the airy measures of the dance" with his old-time skill and ability. Six direct and three indirect figures were danced , the indirect bolng the fishing figure , tarleton and hand ball , the direct figures and favors were flowers , bonbons , Sevres vases and baskets , cigarette cases and suchct bag. Those dancing were : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith , Mr. and Mrs. Chase , Mr. and Mrs. Will Popploton , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hull , Misses Kountzo , White , Chandler , Brown , Hamilton , Yates , Bessie Yatcs , Johnson , Nash , Sherwood , McKenna , Mary Brown , Hibbard. Messrs. Kountzo , Hamilton , John Patrick , Gannett , Hall , Lyman , Wilson , Bookmlller , Brown , Latta , Carr. Voss , Mer cer and Latham Davis. Mrs. I'oril'H I'mictloiii. Tuesday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Ford entertained 11 number of friends charmingly at high five , the only drawback to a perfect evening at cards being the distressing acci dent which happened to Mrs. B. B. Wood , necessitating her removal to ono of the upper rooiiH. later being taken to her homo , whcro an operation. It is understood , was performed on Friday. Mrs. Wood in walking" to the house slipped and full , fracturing her thigh , in consequence of which the game did not commence till quite 10 o'clock. Mrs , Patcr- SQU won the lirst lady's prize , a silver butter prong ; Mr. Carrier the gentleman's prize , J , K. Jerome's "Idle Thought ! ) of an Idle Fellow" and Ike Marvel's 'Kovcrics of a Bachelor , " Mrs. Irvine and Mr. Kllpatrlck carried off the "boobies. " The guests present were Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrick , Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo Patcrson , Mr. and Mrs. George Squires , Mr. and Mrs , li. Carrier , Mr. nnd Mrs. Council , Mr. and Mrs. Weasels , General and Mrs. Brooke , Mr. and Mrs , Thomas It. Kimball , Mr , and Mrs. Hitchcock. Judge and Mrs , Irvine , M. A. Hall , Mr. B. B. Wood , Mr. and Mrs. Ixutvitt Burnham , Mr. and Mrs. J. 'U. Hlngwalt , Mr. and Mrs , Joseph Garncau , Mr. Dana Lander , Mr. and Mrs , Mercer , Miss Summers , Dr. nnd Mrs. Gittord. i Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Ford followed her enjoyable card party of Tuesday evening with u "thimble tea , " In honor of Mrs. N , Hulst. During the afternoon a prize , "Chesterfield's Letters , " was awarded to the lady guessing the number of salted almonds In a drinking glass. Those Inritod were ; Mcsdamea T. L. Kimball , Groff , Uonborger , C. W. Hamilton , Cumings , Savage , Barkalow , Howard Kennedy - nody , inisoy. Plnney , J. J. Brown , Kennedy , J. II. Mlllurd , Lohtnor , Lacey , Ezra Millard , C. Powell , Buck , Summers , Knight , Lud- dington , Porinc , Meredith , Matt Patrick , Burdottc , Dewey , Moncll , Maul , Boyd , Mercer. All Afternoon Musii-iilo. Friday afternoon Mrs. George Patcrson gave a Kensington that quite took on the na ture of a musicale , Mr. Hans Albert , Mrs. Hitchcock and Airs. Percy Ford contribut ing to the pleasure of the afternoon a num ber of musical selections , Mrs. Ford singing two now songs very artistically. There were delicious refreshments and-it is very much doubted if a moro enjoyable afternoon could have been passed. Mrs. Patcrson was assisted by Mrs. Hitch cock , Mrs. Council , Mrs. Gaylord , Mrs. C. E. Squires , Mrs. George Squires , Mrs. Coutant and Mrs. Will Millard , the guests being : Mrs. Stiger , Mrs. Congdon , Mrs. BarHcr , Mrs. llay- mend , Mrs. Burns , Mrs. J. II. Millard , Mrs. Yost , Mrs. Cowin , Mrs. Dietz. Mrs. Swobe , Mrs. S. L- . Ring wait , Airs. Barkalow , Mrs. Wyman , Mrs. Pinnoy , Mrs. Meday , Mrs. Saundcrs , Mrs. Morltz Meyer , Mrs. Lucicn Stephens , Miss Helen Smith , Miss Hibbard , Miss Mary Hibbard , Mrs. Sharp , Miss Woolworth , Miss C. A. Hitchcock , Mrs. Clarkson , Mrs. Brady , Mrs. Woodman , Mrs. Sheridan , Mrs. Burnham , Mrs. Marsh , Mrs. Holdrcgo , Mrs. Lazcar , Mrs. Lomax , Mrs. Dr. Stcbblns , Miss Burns , Miss Lozler , Miss Brown , Miss Isaacs , Miss Sharp , Miss Nash , Miss Dundy , Miss Balcombo , Mrs. Broatch , Miss Mary Brown , Mrs. Wood. Mrs , Ben nett , Mrs. Lake. Mrs. Wallace , Mrs. Cudahy , Mrs. Paxton , Mrs. Cornish , Mrs. Huller , Mrs. Worden , Mrs. Hubbard , Mrs. Bacho , Mrs. McConnell , Mrs. Stebbins , Mrs. Smith , Mrs. J. J. Brown , Misses Baclie , Misses Wal lace , Miss Ida Shary , Mrs. MelCell , Mrs. Shlverick , Airs. Dundy , Mrs. W. S. Popplo- ton , Mrs. Williams , Mrs. Webster. Mrs. Gil bert , Mrs. Monell , Mrs. Powell , Mrs.K. . H. Hingwalt , Mrs. Kilpatrlek , Mrs. Catlln. Silver iiiitl Sijuli'r. A very happy social event was the marriage riago of Miss Eudora Squier and Air. James Arthur Silver , which took place at the homo of Mr. and Airs. E. A. Piirmcluo on Thursday evening. Miss Squier lias boon for some years a teacher in our schools and Air. Silver is a prominent young business man of South Omaha. Thursday evening found the Parmoleo residence in most delightful holiday attire. Palms , ferns and primroses banked the mantels and embowered the bay windows , In which the ceremony took place. Parlor nnd dining room were festooned with ropes of smilax , making a very pretty scene. Promptly at 8 o'clock , to the strains of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March , " the bridal procession entered , preceded by Rev. W. K. Beans , the officiating clergyman. Following came Aliss Louise Parmcleo , a tiny tot , bear ing the ring , pnd then the happy pair. The bride looked very quaint and pretty in an em pire gown of soft ecru silk cnlraino. - In conducting the service Air. Beans used the full ritual of the Alothodlst Episcopal church. With most hearty goodwill the few as sembled gueuts wished the newly wedded pair "Godspeed" and started them amid a sliowciof rioo nnd old shoes into their new life. Air. and Mrs. Silver went Immediately to South Omahu , where they will make their homo. Mm. Vnu Coitrt'H Kt-nilngton , Mrs. E. D. Van Court gavti a Kensington tea at her residence in Kountzo Place , Fri day afternoon. The entertainment was made Interesting by solos from Airs. F. P. Day and Aliss Ogdcn. Allss Fanny Bates favored the company with choice recitations. The fol lowing were present : Mrs. C. C. Colby , Airs. F. P. Day. Airs. s. Otis , Airs. J. P. Lord , Airs. T. W. Taliaferro , Airs. Leo Kratr , Airs. A. L. Cost , Airs. T. W. Alills , Airs. F. Bryant , Airs. G. A. Joslyn , Airs. K. S. Wilcox , Airs. E. V. Lewis , Airs. S. A. Hunton. Airs , A. G , * Andrews , Airs. T. F , Lewis , Airs. II. G. Burt , Mrs , C. W. Hiilnoy , Airs. B. F. Reynold. Airs. K. C. Aloorhouso , Mrs. L. Mendelsohn , Airs , T. Emerson , Airs. C , B. Coon , Airs. G. A. Ackerinan , Airs , L. A. Garner , Airs. N. AI. Mann , Airs. O. H. Curtis , Airs. H. AI. Taylor , Airs. II. K , Burket , Airs. 2. T. Lindsay , Airs. W. C , PriU bar 1. Airs. J. Kinslcr , Airs. J. E. Bates. Mis. C. Boudinot , Airs. F. Lolunor , Airs. W.Austin , A1rs. A. Koch , Airs. C. C Troxell. Airs. J , H , Alacomber , Mrs. Q , H. Beard , Airs , Al. B. Copeland , Airs. A. A. Hnymond , Airs. W. U. Houiau , Airs. E. H. Bradley , Airs , A. H. Edminston , Airs. E. Benedict , Airs. E. B. Chapman , Airs. G. G. Bowman , Airs. C. M. Schneider , Airs. A. li. Thain , Airs. B. Mc Allister , Airs. J. II. Tate , Airs. J. Al. Crissoy , Airs. J. B. Blanchard , Mrs. S. B. AtcLuorn , Mrs. S. Armstrong , Airs. AI. B. Blanchard , Airs. J. L. Stuart , Mrs. J. P. Lloyd. Mrs. W. II. Christie. Airs. C. S. Wyatt , Airs. L. Shear , Airs. It , A. Wesson , Airs. S. Stetson of Neponset , 111. , Airs. J. H. Collins of Kansas City , Aliss G. Valentino , Aliss Neola Ogdcn of Council Bluffs , la. A. JUST Jt'IlUM I'AKIS. European Edtlton Xcw Yorli Herald. HOUSR nilF.SS OF TUB XVI. CEXTUIIY. This piquant costume consists of a largo coat of pansy violet velvet opening on a dress of white woolen stuff , embroidered with pearls , the collar , plastron and bottom of the sleeves being of cloth of gold , cm-- broidercd with silk and pearls. KiitcrtalniMl Tliflr L'lii Alisses Ethel and Benita Alount enter tained their classmates and many friends at their homo , ! S31i ! Popploton avenue , Thurs day evening , in a most charming manner , parlor games and dancing being enjoyed with all the vigor of youth and health. Dainty refreshments were i served nnd the lovely costumes presented a very pleasing sight. Among these pfvMcftit were : Alisses Lulu Boyd , Ilortonso Clnrk , Henrietta Bartlett , Bessie Boyd , Lydia. Itoani , Genovlovo Wise- man , Isabella Pollard , Alablo Boyd , Anna Covoll , Sadie Alexandra , Blanche Craig , Golda Frank , Urn < Abbott , Edna Howell , Alma Clnlitn , Bertbu Case , Llliio Alooro , Nellie Clabough , Edith Burr , May Fitchott , Gertie Caswell , Georgia Fitchott , Edna Grant , Hellon Cook , Clara Northrup , Bessie Brenholt , Grace NorUirun. Aladgo Stewart , Pearl Stirling , Alable Tillson , Kitty Stirling , Alaster Elmer Frank , George Ackerinan , Dean Thompson , ItaUert Weeks , Ned Peattl , Leslie : Hick , Alexandra Gordon , Bert Smith , Louis Sholes , Ally Waggoner , Louis Clark , Harry Shelby , John Robinson , Tronic Deninlan , Celsus. Cjjnnlnghnm , Lawrence Gaylord , George B'awnan , , Charlie Dickson , RuthraiiAIeEwan.jI/iimilton AIcEwan. Dar- loy Pollard. 'i _ . I'nr Ml Slmlr.or. Ill honor of Allss Shairer of West Point the Alisses fiauman of Sherman avenue gave a very enjoyable high live party Thursday evening. Thohousawas prettily decorated with flowers throughout , and at U o'clock delicious refreshments were served. A very charming feature of the evening was the sieging of Miss Alyrtlo Coon , who U on the high ni id of success as a talented vocalist. The first lady's prize , a silver bon bon rtlsh , was won by Miss Livcsoy ; the second prize , nn after dinner cup and saucer , was taken by Alls * Fisher. The ftrst pri/c for gentlo- nuni was awarded to Air. Pope , a silver pen holder ; the second , a paper knife , was given t ; Mr. arm-linger. The guests present were ; Air. and Airs J. D. Foster , Air. mm Airs. George B. Tzschuck , Air. and Airs. O. P. Goodman , Air. nnJ Mrs. A. M. Pinto. Mr. nnd Airs. AI. C. AL-Danlcl , Airs , D. C. Gi.tcr5 , West Point , Aliss Colctt. Aliss Kinslcr , Aliss Alyrtlo Coon , Aliss Tzschuck , Allss Fisher , Florence , Wis' . , Aliss Weaver , Aliss Spencer , Indian apolis , Ind. , Aliss Bailey , Allss Llvesey , Aliss Boycc , Aliss Bishop. Aliss Hich , Aliss Nettie Kich , Aliss Slaughter , Aliss Shairer , West Point , Aliss Hcimrod , Air. Thomas , Air. Matthews , Air. AlcCoy , Dr. Kern , Air. Vickers - ers , Air. Beach , Air. Barrett , Air. Homer , Air. Clark , Dr. Bradbury , Air. Gruningcr , Air. Knouso , Air. Mayers , Air. Boss , Air. Green , Air. Pope , Air. Bauman. A Poverty larty. In response to invitations friends of Air. B. C. Fowler gathered at his homo , 1571 North Eighteenth street , Friday evening to enjoy a "poverty party , " ono of the latest forms of social pleasure. Tattered and patched garments were In order , and the fun was fast and furious , in consequence of the "ragged" appearance of the guests. Prizes were awarded for the most poverty- stricken costumes. Air. Joe Prltchard won the gentlemen's prize , Aliss.Cora Eicher the ladies' prize. Alusic and games were a fea ture of the evening , coupled with delightful refreshments. The following guests were present : Airs. J. G. Pritchnrd , Aliss Jessie Wright , Allss Alattio Wright , Aliss Alary von Lackum , Aliss Sara von Lackum , Aliss Sadie Hummel , Aliss Alary Burdwell , Aliss Grace Baxter. Aliss Cora Eicher , Allss Hattie Auchmoedy , Aliss Alaggio Beniwtt , Allss Alice Drake , Aliss Ncllio Fowler , Airs. Frank Wilson , Airs. Cook , Airs. E. AI. Green , Airs. Frank Fowler , Alcssrs. J. G. Pritchard , L. E. Lucas , Ed Lucas , James Davis , H. Johnson , H. Taylor , O..W. Auchmoedy , F. N. Wal lace , George Plainer , F. W. Convery , II. E. Nnson , It. Hummel , Charles Shcelcr , B. C. Fowler , S. Pinta , E. AI. Green , Frank Fowler. An ICvonliiK U'lth I'rof. Itoynolils. About fifty Invited guests were present at Airs. II. A. Churchill's residence on Chicago street , Friday evening , when Prof. Hoy- nold's made his appearance. The professor in a few words explained as much as possible the power of hypnotism and then asked all these present to submit to a trial , and with but a few exceptions everyone responded , but at the first trial everyone was so ner vous and afraid that it was impossible to make an impression , however , ho very pa tiently waited until the excitement and nervousness had subsided and then made an other trial at which ho succeeded in getting two ladies nnd three gentlemen as subjects. They were given n number of very intercst- ini experiments , nnd as the guests departed they ono nnd all expressed themselves as having spent n delightful evening. Among these present were Mr. and Airs. Garlich , Air. and Airs. J. W. Williams , Air. and Airs. W.W. Umstcd , Air. and Airs. Curtis , Air. and Airs. Tunnecliffo , Dr. and Airs. Bailey , Air. and Airs. Catlin , Mr. and Airs , Havens. Air. and Mrs. A. G. Itoss , C. II. Sutphon , William Salisbury , J. AI. Alulvihill and many others. L'lilnaVr < lilliiK. On the evening of February U Air. and Airs. G. T. Anderson celebrated tt.eir china wed ding anniversary at ISuman's hall , North Twenty-fourth street. The evening was en Joyably spent in dancing. An elegant dinner sot was presented to them oy Air. and Airs. II. Stockman , Air. and Airs. AI. Decker , Air. nnd Airs. Al. O. AInuJ , Air. and Airs. C. Al. Buekman , AIramLIfto. : ! II. II. Whltchouse , Air. and Airs. O. H'Stuben ( , Air.-ind Airs. H. I. Plumb , Alessw. Ji. Uobb. J. Stuben. J. Lang , II. Doty , A..AH Henderson ; Alisses A. Iluxliold. A..Buscll.aiul AI. Slater. Aiaiong the handsome presents received werut Berry set , M. Bartti ; fruit dish. Air. auil'Mfci. J. Taylor ; prescrvodish , J. Itudloff ; cuspidor anil butter dish , Airs. J. Green ; sot fruit plates and salt and popper shaker , Mr. and Airs. J. Ormsby ; platter and voge- taulo dish , Airs. Simpson ; salt and peppershaker shaker , Airs. D. Kennedy ; half a dozen soup bowls , Airs , J. Gibson ; bone dishes , Mrn. J. Dusold ; platters. Air. and Airs. A. Gibson ; salad dish , Airs. T. Pioronett ; fruit plates , Air. and Airs. AI. Distort cups and saucers , Ali-s. Thompson ; card receiver , I. T. Kyun ; lamp , Air. W. Baker , Air. and Mrs. Jones , Miss Doty , Aliss Al. Gibson. Air. J. Green , Air. J. Simpson , Air. H. Helbrlch , Airs , l ang , Ny anil ll V > ltt. Air. Henry II. Nye of Fort Worth , Tex. , was married to Allss Alario Do Witt of Omaha Wednesday morning at St. Cecilia's church by Hov. Father Carroll. Air. Nye is well known in Omaha , hiving boon several years connected with Union Pacific head quarters and at present claim agent for that company in Fort Worth. Aliss Do Witt is an Omaha girl , well known in Omaha musical circles , a member of St. Cecilia's choir and well beloved by her many friends. A sumptuous wedding breakfast was served at the homo of the bride's mother and the many and costly presents displayed spoke volumes for the popularity of the bride. Air. and Airs. Nye loft on the afternoon train for Denver , later going to their homo In the Louo Star state. Columbian Ml li 1'lvo Club. The sixth and last meeting of the first series of games of the Columbian High Five club was held at the residence of Air. and Airs. A. J. Eaton , Fifteenth' and Capitol avenue , Wednesday evening. After the f nil number of games had been played the members were entertained with some choice musical selections followed by dancing. Delicious refreshments were served and then the prizes were awarded , Air. J. W. Jacobs receiving the first gentle man's prize and Airs. J. W. Jacobs , the first ladles prize. The ladies booby prize was captured by Airs. George Leo , while the gen tlemen's booby prize was awarded to Air. Ed Volgt. The first meeting of the second scries will bo held Tuesday evening at the residence of Air. and Airs. D. J. O'Brien , Seventeenth and Webster streets. Mrs. < iiylird'H : A most delightful Kensington was given by Airs. Halph Gaylord Tuesday afternoon , Airs. Fred Nye and Aliss Bishop adding to the charm of the afternoon by singing u number of musical selections. The guests were Alesdames Joseph Millard , Joseph Barker , Phllena Wood , Will Millard , / . B , Knight , George Squires , J. II. Cong don , Kennedy , William Wallace , James E. Boyd , George B. Lake , E. S. Dundy , Clinton Briggs , Thomas Swobo , J. C. Cowin , Ben nett , Burnham , Paxton , AlcCord , S , D. Barkalow-Franklin Hussoy , Achcson , Louis Bradford. F. It. AlcConnoll , Charles Smith , Wan-on Itogors , Dan Wheeler , Jr. , Clement Chase , Ellis Bierbower , John L. Webster , Williams. Arthur Remington. F. Al. Hich- nrdson , William Alorris , Knight , Atoday , Archie Powell , Nye , Council , Ivcs , Peterson , Aluir , Howell ; Aliases Kennedy , Boyd. Dundy , Sharp , Ida Sharp , Isaacs , Bishop , Downs , Carloitn Downs. Tim Ciiiitunt Card Tarty. Wednesday evening Air. asd Airs. C. K. Coutant , iiiM Howard street , ontorta'.ned their friends very pleasantly lit high-five. The rooms were quite prettily decorated with roses and other flowers , whllo the play ing was spirited in a degree , cloven tables being occupied. Pri/es were won by Aliss AlcConnoll , Mrs. George Squires , Air Klchard Carrier and Mr. Fred AlcConnoll. The guests playing were : Mr. and Airs. J. F Barton , Air. and Airs. John L. Webster , Airs. Williams , Air. and Airs. Halph Gaylord , Air. and Airs. C. E. Squires , Air. and Mrs. George Patterson , Air. and Airs. Percy Ford , Air. and Airs. Louis Bradford , Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wheeler , Jr. . Air. and Mrs. George Squires , Air. and Mrs. Fred AlcConnell , Air. and Airs. W. J. ConntMl , Henry Allen. Allss Ella Allen , Air. and Airs. Warren Rogers , Air. and Airs It. Carrier , Mr. ami Airs. J. R. Lohmer , Air. and Airs. It. It. Rlngwalt , Airs. Theodore Hlngwalt , Air. and' Airs. F. Al. Richardson , Dr. and Airs. C. E. Smith. Tli San Orrinnnle Club Kiitnrtnlnuil. Airs. C. C. Chase entertained the San Cercmonio High Five club at her homo in Kountzo Place on Thursday evening from Ute to H o'clock. A dinner w.is soi vod in the most delicious style , alter which a pleasant evening was spent in playing cards. Those present were : Alls * .Moore , Allss Freed , Airs , Jones , Miss AlcCune , Aliss Freed , Alisi Hughes , Allss Fitch , Air. Wright , Air. East , Mr. Jones , Air. Sullivan , Air. AlcCuno , Air. Rogers , Air. Byreth. The prizes were won by Allss Hughes , Air. Rogers , Aliss Freed and Mr. Byroth. In Honor of Mr. llrachvoicl. Thursday evening Air. and Airs. Thomas Kllpatrick gave a beautifully appointed dinner in honor of Air. Udo Drachvogol , a former resident of Omaha , now inspector of agencies for the Gormanla Lifo Insurance company , with .headquarters at Chicago. The table was exquisitely decorated with la I'ranco roses , and the guests had a most charming opportunity to talk over old times , when Air. Brachvogel and his most estima ble wife were members of Omaha society The guests enjoying Air. and Airs. Kiluat- rick's hospitality were : Air. and Airs. Ed Peck , Air. and Airs. G. AI. Hitchcock , Air. and Airs. Percy Ford , Air. and Airs. Arthur Wakeloy , Air. Brachvogel. Mix * Wi nvor Kntortalne J. Allss Cora Weaver gave an informal card party on Tuesday evening which proved a very delightful affair , in honor of Miss Spencer of Indianapolis. Tho. prizes were won by Aliss Emma Free and Air Gamble. The invited guests were : Alisses Hartman - man , Parker , Ada Parker , Churchill , Zctta Churchill , E. Free , Slaughter. Lou Johnson , Coal , Hudson , Airs. E. Alorrlck , Airs , A. E. Hutchison , Aliss Spencer ; Alessrs , Gamble , George , Kennedy , Foyo , AIcMahon , Clark , Fosbonner , Allies , Weir , Gygor. J. Joplln. II , Joplin , East , Davis , Dr. Nnson , Alorrick , Hutchison. .Siunll Clint of tlio UVnlc. Air. Alax Meyer has gene to St. Louis , Air. E.W. Osgood lias gene to Now York , Air. Fred Pickcns has gene to California. Airs. Baron RIley loft last week for Denver. Afr. nnd Mrs. John A. AlcShano tire la Chicago. Air. Will McMillan arrived in Omaha on Wednesday. Airs. James Watson returned Monday to her homo In Iowa. Air. Irving Baxter has returned from a month's visit on the Pacific coast. Dr. Leo Franklin , pastor of the Hebrew congregation of this city , Is in California The Alinuot club will glvo a dancing party at Chambers' academy Wednesday evening Allss Annie Funko of Lincoln Is the guest of Air. and Airs. Chasa until after the as sembly. Air. S. G. Joyce anil family have removed from KilW Douglas street to aUlO Poppluton avenue. Airs. Waring of Fort Omaha has gene to Fort Robinson to visit Captain and Airs , Gullfoylo. Air. and Airs. Sanford , formerly of tlio Alerrlam , have gene to housekeeping at U100 Wlrt street. Airs , S. S. Curtis and Allss Curtis luft Friday for California to spend the remainder of the winter. Aliss White , who has been the gin-st of Airs. Arthur Smith , left Wednesday fur her homo in Boston. Airs. James Carr , who has boon visiting her sun at tlio Madison , returned on Tuesday to her homo In Dnbuqno. Mr. Latta of Chicago , who lias boon the guest of Air. and Mrs. Charles Hull , returned to his homo on Wednesday. Tlio Koimt/.o Place Tuesday Evening Card club was charmingly entertained last Tues day evening by Allss Boudlnot. Miss Bayllss , who has boon visiting Mrs , Rector ot Kountzo Place , returned Monday to her homo In Nebraska City. Judge.I. J. Fawcott returned Wednesday from Galena , where ho was called by the death of Mrs. Fawcott'.s mother. Dr. and Airs. Isldor Gluck have taken a house at 1411 South Twenty-sixth street , whcro they are at homo to their friends. Itoyal Arcanum dancing party at Now AlotroiMjlltanhall Tuesday evening , February H , will bo ono of the society events of thu season. Superintendent Fitzpatrick loaves on the 15th for a meeting of superintendents at Boston. Ho will also vUlt the schools of several of the scacoast cities. Mr. and Airs. A. Hospo , Jr. , have Invited their relatives and friends to celebrate their fifteenth ( crystal ) anniversary with thorn today at their homo , U15 North Seventeenth street. Airs. G. W. Falrbrother. Jr. , and daughter * Ixjna and Bessie of Tannage , Neb. , are In the rlty for a few days visiting Airs Dr AlcCoy. The ladles made Tun Bun a pleas ant call yesterday. DMr. and Airs. Perry Cook entertained at cards Saturday at their ploasi-nt Plalnvlow home. These invited were ; Air. and Airs. R , S. Brown , Air , and Mrs. Louis LlltloUcld ,