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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 , J881- -
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
The Oity Gounoil to Count and
Declare the Vote ,
Orange Blossoms Blooming
A Young Man iu Sonroli of 111 *
A few ilnj sago a young L'nglishnian ,
Edwin Thonnn Wionslmw , arrived in
Council Ululls , nnd to TUB ItEii re
porter tolls the following story : Some
tinio prior to the 17th day of August ,
bin father determined to come to
America nnd settle somewhere in Cali
fornia. A parly wno made up , con
sisting of the following persons :
RobertA Rcnsh.iw nnd Mrs. Sarah
his wife , father and mother
of the "Jophith" of this state ; Fred.
llcnilmw , u > ounger brother ; Gcorgo
Lightfoot , his wife Selina and three
children , a man by the name of Gas
ket , and the said Edwin Thomas Hen-
ahaw. Applications for berllm were
made on bo.ird the Htoamor British
Crown , which sails between Liverpool ;
ami Philadelphia. Thoio were ton in ,
the party. includini : < > ur heio. Hut it
was found that only nine first-clasi
births \voro nv.iil.iblu on the steamer.
It was decided that Mi. Thomas Edwin -
win Humhaw should take the ste.imer ,
and th it the remainder of the p irty
ihould wait nnd Bottle up emu alfaiis
in London and como on in the next
sti-.nner which sailed for Philadelphia.
The British Crown , hailed on the
27th of Septombui , nnd the young
nun WAS to await their
coining at Philadelphia. Af
ter the Poiiivmn had Hiilod , it .
was discovered that iusto.idof landing
in Philadelphia shu made the p-nt ot
Hoston. Finding the mistake , the
you n , ' man proceeded to Philadelphia ui
and found that thu Itiitinh Ciown had
anived there , but could got no trace
of the missing parly. From Phihdel- W
phia ho cuno on to Chicago ; still no wi
ti.ico of Jui parents or any of the 10
party. Ho determined to keep on 11
west , ami , as stated , arrived in Coun th
cil Binds a few days since , etill in
Hcaich of his father. Ho sayn ho has ta
been tempted to "stand up u polo and tawi
follow the direction of its Jallint , ' , "
but on reduction thinks bo had butter
remain horn and try , through the wi
press , to obtain some clue to his lost on :
patents and friends. lie says ho has ante
about run out of funds , but his health to i
in good and ho is willing to turn hts in
hands to most anything. Constable
llosccrantz has kindly given him a ah
temporary home with him. Mr.
Hunshaw is n tali , dark complexioned ,
rather fine looking young man , appa cai
rently of more than ordinary achohirly POl
attainments. Ho applied and ob
tained work at Stewart's pork packing pi
establishment. Ho Hays it does
not smell quite as mvect
as an English counting room. O.
but at present ho is glad to got any lul
thing to do. The point fixed upon OCi
by ttio party in which to locate , Los OCiGi
Angnlos , any information in tegard'to on
tho'whoroabniits of the above named onwe
parties will bo thankfully received. we
Address TJIK UKK ollico or W. 11. Sli
Vaughn , mayor of Council Binds , mi
I There are so many poor shows that fai
come along that when wo have a good an
one wo take pleasure in announcing hooi
the fact. Dolmny's opera house was ? oi
Sacked fiom pit to doino on Wodnos- on
ay evening to witness thowoll known
play "Undo Tom's Cabin , " as render rot
ed by the Anthony and Ellis com fai
pany , There is no question but that coi
Bliss Kato Partington is the "no plus COI
ultra" of Topsy's with her dancing , tri
singing , banjo playing and ur6ll say hit
ings she- kept t'.io house in an uproar.
Mr. J. Alfred Smith a * St. Glair , IIH
pleased everybody und it was very ov , he
ident that ho is an old Hta or. Mr. liv
Walter Chryntal in his double impersonation pa
sonation of Pitman Fletcher and tn
Gumption ( Jute was immense. Dan
Hart , us Murks , brought down the of
house with his comical sayings and dr
nun o comical appearance. Little
Minnie Shannon wits not only the th
( lower but the hoquot of the enter th
tainment. The colored jubilee sing- of i
cm although they did not carry nut
thu piogrammo advertised , highly delighted sp
lighted the audience with their plan in
tation melodies. Jack , the "aaa per ch
formed his part well , in fact the en
tire company IB a select ono , and well
worthy the generous patronage they
are receiving wherever they play.
Victor Keller , who has recently re w
turned from Colorado , had his hands blC
full last Wednesday. Ho encountered C (
three women at dill'urent tunes who Pl
Boomed very much in diatross und hi
asked him for consolation , which , of
course , he gave , Thu third and last
women who appeared to him was quite -
n stout lady , well known in this city ,
She camu crying as if hot * hoait woula
breuk. It ooeir.H ahu has a wayward
brother , nnd at times ho will visit our
gambling places. This grieves his
sinter very much , who is a very ro-
spcctublo lady. On the evening in
question she learned that minter way
ward was iu a Broadway gambling
hades. She determined to go there
in perdon und get him away. Throw
ing u aliuwl ever her head she loft her
homo , passed out on the walk nnd
noon mot Keller , whom she appealed
to to accompany her on her mission
of mercy. Keller convinced her that
her vibit would bo futile. That if her .
brother was bound to go down there >
it waa not much use in her letting him
drug her dow n too , That it w mild bo
no place to ttilk to him. Her bust
plan would bo to return homo , dry her
toara , and at gome other time talk and
pray with the errring otic. This the
Indy consented to do. Shu retraced
her steps and returned to her home ,
whuro aho no doubt pa&sed u sleepless
night. Mr , Keller thought ho would
do the name , the business was gutting
Our aistei city muni bo careful ,
Wo fear the oflicota of the lau over
there arc unmindful of thu good treat i
ment their oiling cituons loceived
over hero. A peddler from there be
ing found on our strcuta nailing with
out a HCCIIBO won ant'stud , fined about
§ 5 and costs , which were afterwards
remitted by Mayor Vaughn. Two
men claiming to hull from this bide
wore arrested ever llicro for ncljing
without licoiuo ntid Jndgo Stiill , it is
fixid , lined tlicm ? r > 0mid costs , Now.
HUH is not oxnctly a fnlr return for all
our "tciulcrnt'ss. "
Wo will bit our best Hintivo : ( ! ) hut
thnt ( lie famous "resolution" council
will count t/io / votes on tlio now chir-
ter quoit ion to-night or before the
Brand jury niculs. Mn > or Vaughn.
Aldormim Phillips , Ohurchill nii'l '
Utitlmnk do iincl Jilwajs have favored
tliu counting and declaring the vote
from the first , but not AU with the
Mm Fnnnip Livingston i lylna
very soriotinly ill at her residence , on
Maine street , with lung fever , Miss
L is the Indy who eaitio ht-ro HOIIIO-
tiinc ago having in charge thn Cornet
orphans , the younger ono of whom
was adopted by cx-Aldcrin.in Gr.iliau , ,
Since , however , Mr , 0. IMB sent the
little ono back to her aunt , for what
c.'Uiso wu do not know , no thnt at
the present time Mies Livingston hns
the two children to care for. This is
a nad cuao and the family ulionld bo
looked after , Wu understand that
during her sickness the family lm\o
been from two to three di jn withou' '
lire enough to keep them comfortiible.
At the residence of James Goodwin
ilimiicu Abbott joined one in the limb
Mr. G. 11. Hough , of Crescent City ,
mid M - Eli/.ibeth Swart ? , of Tabor.
Mr. Hough I'H an old school-teacher :
md hi * bride used to be a pupil. Shu
m.-ill- bec.unu dearer to liU liu.u ttli.'in .
ho | ) iiiil [ of his eye and he lumarlced
o himself one evening in her prrs-
siico , "Snarli ! the odds ; wu may an :
tell hitch up and 'Jluugh' it thu rest
if our d-jys together. " I tun 'well
irelet' ' , " remarked the fair Kli/abeth ;
Jot'adoit. " And they did. "Two
oula with but a sini/le thought , two
iearlH that bc.it M one. "
A rollicking , wrinkled Winkleo and
iH fuir ono appealed in Justice Ab-
lot's court and moved the court that
L liiko a recess for a few moments us
io had a case that needed looking
fteror it miglit npoil on his hands.
'ho justice wanted to know what wan
p. Ho winked at his f.iir KhVi and
unded the com t a paper. The jim
ice put his hand in hm pocket
ml lemarked Urnit wan all right.
ml requeued them to join their
ight hand * . "Do you take tins
oiiun ( to be your lawfully wedded
ifu ? " inijii red the court. "I do , "
MpondedVinklor. . ] t'H about time.
vo been winking at her ; j-oin' on
nrty-five ye.u-H , it's about lime.
/hat do you think jud o ? " "Do > ou
iKu thin miiu to bu jour luu. fully
edded husband ? " iiuiuitid thucuuit.
I do. " "Then I , before tliocu wit-
eases , pronounce you hiiHb.ind and
ifu , and may the Lord have mcicy
i your souls. " The groom is D5
ill the bride is edging pretty closely
15 , Thu have both finally succeed-
tc.ipturing their first love.
All children who buh.ivo properly
lonld bo allowed to outer the Hchool
wins , if tlmy wish , before the school
'saion begins , and for those who R
ui't behave n WAUII shod should bu
instructed Bomcwhcie about the
emises on the oulnido.
KrfSOLUTIONS QV HEHVKUT.
At a mooting of Hawkeye Lodge , I. E
O. F. , No. 184 , the following reso-
itions of icspect wore adopted on the
icasion of the death of ill-other Fast
rnndO , P. Shorradan , whichoccurred
i the morning of November 13 :
Wlieroas , Our well bnluved and
orthy Brother Past Gr.ind O. P.
liornul.ui has been removed from our
idst by the hand of death ; and
'Whereas. By this and event the
inily of tlio deceased has sustained *
irreparable loss , the community an
morablo , honest and intelligent citi-
n , and our lodm > ono of itH brightest
nanicnts ; therefore
Ilcsolved , That in thia hour of bo- I
avement wo extend to the stricken
inily our heartfelt sympathy and
ndolcnce , and commend them for
imfort to that God iu whom wo
list , an the only real source of conso-
Resolved , That nu cherish the !
emery of our do.vr brother in our
mits , und strive to emulate in our
cos his purity of life and his great
itienco during his painful and pro-
UuBolvcd , That in commemoration >
this Had event our loiluo . . . room bet
aped in mourning for thirty days. Cn
liutiolvod , That uncertified copy of
leao resolutions , under the Real of
io lodue , be presented to the family
Huiulvod , That these roHolutioua bo
ire ml upon the minutuH of our meet- : '
ig ; , nnd that they be publialicd in the
ty p.ipors. 0. L. .1 MOUS ,
.JOHN DIUKKV ,
JOHN I' . WKAVKU ,
How ft mini can't tulk with another
ho has killed two brotliurs in cold-
lood ao compact us the biother of .
'oloninn , doce.isud , did with the dus- [
erado Alnxwull , i beyond compro- '
elision , cupucially ulion there wan u
Vindicator at hand.
They moot to-ni-jlit "thU council"
-and it is claimed they will nurpiiso
lie people by c.mviuaing and deolur-
ng the vote. The \vay u looks now
ho pioscnt council will tun the
wcliino until next
N. M. I'usoy lca\es to-d.vy for an
ixtonded trip throughnut the west.
Io will Hnond | urc of hi * time in :
Iri ona with .Judgj James.
Conrado Qoiso has been hnvinj ; con- i
idorablo trouble lately. 11 U artesian
tell 1ms given out. Hm brick ice
louse don't Buom to stand thu pius.iuro
ind nil hia hornua mo laid up with the
Tlioro was a gentlu knock down at
.ho St. Joe hotel. It created con-
ider.\blo oxcituuu > nt , ( > uilo a cruwd
mstenud to the scene , IIH usual. No
incuts wore made.
One of the Btreot car * broke down
im itH way to the transfer and the paa-
suiiKeraweroobliyt-d to take street and
unlkut's oxnrpHR fiom the cuivo on
luvsor HriMdwiiy. Tlio car was KKIII
put oil' for repairs mid eir put in its
iluco on the route.
Dan'l ' I'lftiik , of Uroukljii.Tiiya county ,
I'a , ilei > cilbes It Um * : " 1 imlo tliirty
ml CH fur H bottle of THOJIAH' KcLl.tnmo
Lu ) , wlilth tllictitl tliouiliilerful cuio of
crmleil limb in nix oilicntiiiiin | | ; It
proved wortb more tlinn Kolil tn 1110.
C. F , Manderson ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
'a JTirnhua St. , Om h N
The lending Scientut * ot to-ilny a-Tce tlia
niontillHimt urecmiHil lij cllnorilcrnl klilnc }
nrlltir. If , tlicri-loris , ttio klilrwikml liur nr
liiptln perfect ord r , ( ii-rfcit htnllli will ctli
rtmilt 'flil truth hni nly IHUI knnun n nhor
tlnonnil Inrjpupi people miUcrwl imnt
without bolnir nlilt tn IIml rolltsf Tin' ill-
of Uarnor'B lo Kldn } ntul l.hir Ctiromi.rknn
11 now era t tlio treatment ol thma troiiblut
Mii'lo from n rlmplo tro | Ual leal ol rnronluo. . I
contain * Jimt thu ilcincntu ntctsRnrj Io nouriil
( xinl lnil onxlo Iratli fit th < KU fruit or ano. niu
wifely ri toro ntul I < cti > tlam liionkr it hi
Positive n medy I > rnll tliu iliwuui tliat rau-c
| Mtii < In tlio louLrartnf | the Iwnly I r Toril ] < !
I hoi llcmlacliti Jatiiiilloo ttirzlrihs ( Iravtl
I'ovorAinio Utcranil Urlunn
It In an oxco kut nnil xafu rcinixitor
lurl K I'TOtnmy. It will control Mcimtnmlioii
ind IK In alunlilu ( or Liucorrhaa or Kail UK ol
An n Illofxl Pnrldir It In nnc > imlcil > tor It cures
.ho origin tlmt nrnhi tlio lilooa.
Thin rcnit-ily , MliUli lia > iliino nucli wonilcr , I
Hit lip III tlio I. A ltd US ! nlZKD HOT' l.i' ol all )
iicillci iiiian tlic mirkit nntl It wil I hv
; lDin ami all ilialcm at ZI.2D i > cr bottle For
> lnletcui'iulri for A\AllNf. 'S SArV. 1 > IA
II.rhSOl/'JtK ItlHfc 1'OSI IVK lUinuly.
H. H. WARNER & CO. , Rocheiter. N. Y.
NEVER GUMS !
Unul on WnKtuiH , lujrin ! , , Itupunt , Tlircslicrv
nil Mill llntlilinrj' . It In mvAlDAVLX TU FARM
l. AND IxMtHTrnx. It curcn ! tcratcliLH and nil
linii ulsorcu nn Iloncr > l I Stock , tat ell ai on
OLARK & WISE , HanuTs ,
300 Illlnolt Street , Chicago
i. I. PAYNTER ,
Corner 10th and Howard
OMAHA , NEB.
lates , Two Dollars Per Lay ,
EAST - INDIA
ro a )
ILER & CO , ,
ole Manufactu r ere. OM H A.
) exterLThomas&Bro ,
WILL UUY ANIJ HKI.L
* MU ALI < TXANHACTION
tONMHCTICO TllRKXWrrn ,
uy Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc.
ir YOU WAXT TO nrr OR aiUi
ill at Offlce , Uoom 8 , CrclRhton Block , Om-Mia.
Vlary J. Holmes.
Just imblMuxl : Madeline. A Bpknilld nc
evil by MIDI. JUia J. UULMKK , u OHO nostls
ll BO cnornioiul } , and am r. nJ anil re nail
'ith tiucli In crest IkuulUulii boiliid ; ii'lcv ,
. AlinhnnilMinu nt iditlonnotMri. Holmei ) '
tlirr works ' 1 1 im > t an Kniianliiu , l.cim
lUint Kdlth ! < } le , lilim Itrounlnt ; , Marlui Ore } ,
I'uat Lixwn , Kcnst lloueu , etc. , < itc.
ALSO , 80I , 11V ALN IIOOK3HI LKIIS :
MAY AGNES FLEMING.
A Changed Heart. Another liitenselj Inter-
t.llnnnou'l l > y JUi AdNKrt I-IKMISO , author of
lose rani til novel * din l rlrcoiirt'ttVile , A
foniltrAll Woinnii , 11 id Marrlnzv. Silent and
'rnu. lost lor u Woman , etc. llkautifull ) bound :
a. woAruxTON & co. .
Oat2 Ideodl in. I'nblUhoni , N. V. Clt > .
All MifTiTcm from th H ditiinu that urn anxious
nliuturcdvhould trj DR. KISSNEH'8 Oele
irated Ooi lumptlve owilers. 1lm.u Ton
Im n thu only | irci".i ulUui l.no n that wil
uru ( 'onjuiiiition | and all dm U < K ol thu Thrott
mil Lunijt- India ) , m ktroinr ! on lallli In
hum , nnilaUn to rainlncuoullmt tlun arena
uiiiili\u , wo will 'o unril to e ir > mITircr , bj
nil , I'Obt | uld , n free Trial Box
Umloii'tai t jour in ini'j until ion arux.t -
Vxth ra Utlidrf thrlr ninitpc pcnurn Itour
Hu'iiorlli HaxliiR , diii'tiUlo ) In | il liK thtHu
Powders a trUl , Ihej Mill urd ) Hire > nu.
I'rliv. [ or UrK > i l > otaoo , nt to an ) iwito
tha United * latt > 4 or Cunadi , liy null on Ti ulpt
ifirlco. AddniM , ASH & . UOI1I1I.S8 ,
nlldlN aua Kulton it. , llro Kljn , N. V ,
BOGGS & HILL ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 1508Fnrnliaru Street ,
N'nr li < lil nun Orind fN'iit ml Until
Dandies Nuts Fruits Eto Etc
, , , , , ,
N. P. JENSEN'S
rAnd Confectionery !
416 lOtb St. , OMAHA , NUU.
FANOYFR5 CAKES , &e , A8PEOIALTY
BiSTOZ & WELLS ,
Will Remove in a tew
BOYD'S NEW OPERA HOUSE
You will do well to
call and examine
our stock of
BOOTS I SHOES
Afc 1422 Douglas Sfc , near Ififli ,
Which will be Sold at Extra
ordinary Low Prices Be
CONTWUhS r < >
Boar for Moore ( R )
I have adopted the Lion an a Trade Matk , nnd
II my ( roods will bu STAMPED with the LIOH
nil ill ) NAME on thoKUuo. NO GOODS AlU
KMJINK WITHOUT TIJ ABOVE GlAMl'd
ho beet maUrinl 19 uscil nnd the iroot s.dllti
orkuicn are cmplojtd , xtid ftt the lowest casl
rice , Anjonouuhlrig a price-list of good wll
onfora fa\or In sending for one ,
_ DAVID SMITH MOORE.
The Oldest HJstahliahed
Caldwell , Hamilton & Co. ,
tnnnctcd eamo as that of nn Incor
Account1) kept In currency or gold subject to
Hli-ht check without notice
Certificates of deposit isticd pajablo In three ,
alx and twcUe month * , juariiiB Interest , or ou
ilcinand n Ithout Interest.
Advances made to customer ! on approved > ecu
rltlcs at market rotes ot interest.
Duy nnd nell pold , bills of exchange , govern
merit , atntc , county and clt ) bonds.
Draw elgnt ilrafta on England , Ireland , Scot
land , and all parts of Europe.
Sell European passage ticket * .
COLLECTIONS PUOMPTUY UAUK.
United States Depository
Oor. 13th and Farnam Sts.
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT IS
SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROTHERS. )
Organlted aa a National Bank August 20,1B63
CAPITAL AND PROFITS OVEB 300 000
orriciRa AND DIRXOIOKB :
UtKMiN Kotmzi , I'rrsnlent.
Auaraiun KOUHTZK , Vice President.
II. W. YATKS , ( Politer.
A. J. Forrwroif , Attorney.
JOHN A. CasiouroH.
F. H. DAAnal. . Cishlor
Thl bank recolvefl deX > lta without regard to
Issues tlmo cortlflcatcs bearing Interest
Draw a ilrnlti on Ban Franduco and principal
Itlca ot the United HtntcH , alee London , Dublin
ICdtnliurKh ADI ! the principal cities ot the contl
ncnt of EurojHs.
Bolls jnusenpcr tlckota for emigrant ! by the Io
man line raavldtf
D. S. BENTON.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
AUHAOII 11LOCK ,
_ T > encl IMh Bu l'm ha , Xnb. _
Artloloi of Incorporation of the
Millard Farmer * ' Club-
Articles n [ inciiriiorntiun iniulo and
ulniitcil tills 2ith ) day of October , A. 1) .
1881 , by nml between the undcrnlgneil in-
uorporntorn , au follows , to-xvit :
Artii-lo I. Tl\o nnino of thUclubKlmll bo
the AllllnnI Knnnerrt' ihib.
n \CK or HCHIMMH.
Article II. The nrlnciml | lilaco of bust.
ness ( if thia club ahull bo lit Millard tta-
Lion , count } ot Uoiigla" , NebriwUn ,
N VTU1IK OK I1UHI.SI.SS.
Article III. The funeral nnturo of Inifi.
ucsn to be tran > > attel by thU club is to
conduct ft ( 'encrnl lltcnvry nnd social bus ! .
nenH nnd other eutertniniiieuti of nocinl
Arliule IV. The amount of capita ) Blocker
or this tliri t ] all bo two tlioufmnd dollura ,
ilivhli-d into shnres of one dollnr each ,
whiihliallbu itaid in the manner \ > t < i'
fctiled by the diieotorx.
LOI1HI SCEUKNT AND TER11I.VATMK.
Artio e V. Thin club Hlmll co.-ninonce to
trmifact btiHinoiiB nnd exeicl-eitscnrjiorate
txmorn the 'J9ih day of October , 18H1 , and
ita | i wern lmU CCBBO nu the 'JOlh day of
October , 1US > 1.
AMOUNTS OF I.IAllII.m.
Artlula VF. The highest amount of a-
bllity or Imlebteilnem , which tliU club
Blmll.it nny ou time tubjcct lUlef , nhall
be thiuo lumjrod djllurs ,
Article \'ll. The olllccH of this
club hhall bo ronduutod by n
board of three illrectow , win * shall be
elected from ainoiif ; the stoclcholdci , ami
they hh.il ! nji nnt a prcjfiUnt nnd Hiich
other olllcots as bv law IH required.
* ,1 tu ii-hSuiiiuu 111:11 : ,
J. JiLUM ,
V , ' . Ui iiMiour.
BTATB01"NtlJl HK\ , I
C < ) l'MOKOl'HAH. ' . I
On this ( itli day of October , A. 1) . bbSl ,
i > et > onally appeared bufuio me. Oharle *
JlraiulcH , 11 notaiy ttublio for said county ,
.ruliua SchnxHlrr' .1. Ilium , tlaxwSchu-
in um , W , ( ictiidorf , to mo known tobe _
thorlgnera ot thu foieiioiiiu' aiticlca of in
corporation , nnd acUnowledgixl tbouiuo to
be their voluntary act anil deed.
Notarv public in and for Douglas county ,
S. P. MORSE & CO.
1319 Farnham Street.
Within the next sixty days we expect to occupy our new store at
1316 and 1317 Farnham street , adjoining our present stand , with a
Unequalled in the West ,
HOT SURPASSED IN THE EAST ,
and meanwhile we desire that all Omaha should take advant ige of the very
Preparatory to rnpvinpr wo ofler our entire stock nt a great sacrifice. Study carelully the
prices we quote , bear in mind that \ve buy all goods for cash , do the largest strictly rotiul dry
goods bueinusa between Ctiicniioand Sanfrftucisco , and nim to jive our custoinera the benefit of
nil the low prices and extra cash discounts given us by manufacturers and importers.
Beaver Cloaks , handsomely trimmed
with Pasimoiiterio nnd Satin , Silk
Velvet , $5 00 to § 1.00.
All Wool Beaver Cloaks , from § 8.00-
to § 12 CO.
Beaver Dolman * , Inndsoinely him-
med with Silk and Fiingc , § 8 00 , or
with SatinSilk andriis menterieDeep
Fiinge , Couletl and Tiwslul , S10.0U.
At $15.00 w e ollVr u handsomely fur
trimmed n > l Wool Dingonal Dulman ,
and at $18 00 wo show four stles of
Dolmans worth fully § 20.00. Li ht
Jackets at § ' . HO to § 12 00. In Light
Dolmans wu slum ovorJIi styk'H , from
$ lo CO to3u.OO making special prices
at § 20.00 and $2500.
Silk DolmansfromS 15.00 to$75 00 ,
all handsomely trimmed with Fur
Ladies' Suitings , Cashmeres ,
Silks and Plaids Novelties.
10 inch Plack Cashmeres GOo. , 75c. ,
95c , 81 00.
40 inch Black Cashmeres , 7(5e. , ! )0c. ) ,
§ 1 00 , § 1 25.
Wo will a roe in nil cases to refund
the nionej- for Cashmoiei should they
not prove satisfactory. Our pi ices will
bo found 20 to 30 per cent less than
those usually asked for fame qualities ;
all wo asked is comparison.
40 inch French Flannel Suitings ,
IGinch French Silkand Wool Plaids.
48 inch French Foullo and Camels
Hair in extra htuvy weight , § 1.03 to
§ 2 00 a yard.
48 inch Dr.ip do Etc at § 1.25 , $1.50.
§ 1.80 , § 2.50.
Ladies' and Children's
DO dozen Ladies' nil Wool Seamless
Hose , 4.0c.
25 do en Ladies' all Wool Seamless
Hose , cxtia heavy , 50c.
25 dozen Ladies' fine Cashmere
Hose , 75c. , worth § 1.00.
Children's all Wool Seamless Hoae
for school wear , all ai/es , 25c. , worth
40c. to oOc.
Boys' all Wool Gray Mixed School
Hose 40c . worth 50c. to 75c.
Ladies' oxtia hravy Fleeced Lined
Bclbriggins , oOc :
Ladiea' fine Merino Vests , 45o. ,
Children's fine Merino Vosta , 25c.
to § 2.00.
2.00.S. . . DVCOIRSIE ! &c CO. ,
1319 Farnham Street.
Emporium of Fashion !
We respectfully request the attention of the Ladies of Nebraska
to the announcement ofthe arrival of the largest and most recherche
invoice of Fur Lined Promenade Wraps ; Silk , Plush and Embroid
ered Matelaise Dolman's ever imported west ofthe Missouri.
DIAGONALS AND ARABIAN CLOTH SUITINGS !
FRENCH FLANNELS AND CHINA SILKS I
Trimmed Elaborately with every Shade of Plush , Satin , Velvet Passementerie.
Suits and Costumes in Innumerable Varieties.
WRAPS AND SUITS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
Plain and Embroidered Dressing Sacques ,
Permanently Cured no humbug bv ono
montli'i uiaue of OR. GOUt ARO SCelcbrnt-
eil Infdllltlo Fit Powder * . To lonvuu fcutler-
in that thcnu } K > diniul Ida all uo iliini for
tlain u will nnd tluni 1 v trail , post p > lt a
frru Trial box , Dr , UouUrd U thu enl > i'lij l-
dan that lunem niitde ttiln dleiaju u | K.dM
ntudy and a < to our knoulnlj , ' thouutiln la\u
h-in Permnnetly cuud 1 > > tliu u > > of lhc u
Powders , wo will cuarantte a permanent
( lire In um > ou i < or refund you nil money ex
pended. All .ntlcruri h ultl g\\a \ thtrv I'OM
dim on tarly trial , md bu toiuliutd of tliilr
1'rlie , iorUrBobox , $3 00or4 boxtsfortlOOO ,
unit li } mall toun > iiarl ot iliu Unl 01 bUtin or
Oanadi on rtetbit ol price orhcxiin.su , u. 0 ,
1) . AdJrc > , ASH & RUUDIN8.
300 Culton 51 , Drooklyn , N , Y.
Men's Sox , Shirts ,
200 Do/.en Seamless Fancy Uiitiah
25 Doron Men's Fine all \Vool Scar-
hit Half Hose OOc. a Pair fully worth
25 Do/on Fine En-dish Merino Hose
a. > c. 3 for 81.00
Seamless Unbleached Sov ? 2.00doj ! .
Extia Fine Unbleached Sox $2.50
13tfst Quality Linen Collars § 1.CO
do/ : .
JJest Qualily Linen CufldS2.50 doz.
Another invoice of Men's Pique
Sewn , Stitched back Dei by Stteot
Gloves 81.35 pair , usually sold at
§ 2 00 to $2 50. Ev cry pair warranted
not to bn.dk.
Heavy Muiino Shiits or Drawois
Heavy Merino Shiits or Drawers
50c. , worth SI 00.
Heavy Merino Shiits or Drawers
$1.00 , worth $1.25.
For $1.25 wo sell a very heavy
Patent Mil ino Shirt or Drawer that
has herotofoio Bold for St 50 ,
Stainless Shirts or Diaweis fiom
SI 50 , formerly $1.75 , up to the best
Dartwri ht and AVaiuer's Hand-knit
Scotch Shetland Wool.
ORDERS TAKEN for Silk.Undcr-
SATINS , SILKS , VELVETS ,
In this department all goods aio of
our own importation at the prices
wo name. No house west of Now
York can compete Aith us.
10 inch Black Satins , all beautiful
.ustro and well coveiod , 75c. . 83c. ,
95c. , § 1.00.
22 inch Black Satin , $1.00 , § 1.25 ,
§ 1.40 , 81.50 , $1.00 , 31.05.
A complete line Colored Satins
at flOc. , equal to the § 1.25 Satin of
Black Gros Grain Silk 50c. , 75c. ,
90c. , $1.00 , all worth 25c. , a yard
Cashmere Finish Groa Grain Silk
from $1.15 to $3.50.
Wo have full lines of our celebrated
Cashmere Alexandra Silks
lilack and Colored Plushes , full 21
nches Aide $3 50.
19 inch Silk Velvets from $1.23 to
Over 20 qualtics to choose from.
I ! Uutton Fhk , Clink A ; Flngg
Gloves , Tuc.
4 llattdii Fisk , Cl.uk *
Gloves , $1.00.
(5 ( Uutlou Fisk , CInrk irv
Gluvos , § 1 25.
Thu abuvu mo ell known in the
cast as ono of the bust Gloves inndc.
Tliu uiakuM sold us all they liatl , and
woassuro our patruim that tlu-y rank
as hiirh us any lirat-class Glove kno.Mi. .
Usuully suiting at .00 , $2.L'u and
§ 2.50 per pair.
Wo mo solo agunts in Omaha for
Courvoisier Kid G-loves.
3 Button Courvoiaiur Ivitls , § 2.00
4 llutton Courvoisiur Kids , 2.25
G Button Courvoibiur Kids , 2.50
Foster Lace r > ids , all Lengths.
3 Button Real Kid , Bl.ick , only § 1.25
1 Button Real Kid , Bl.ick , only 1.50
When Gene wo c.innut replace.
LACES , RIBBONS , ETC.
lland or machiiio made all Silk
Spanish , Guipuio , Ohintilly nnd other
now style Laces , from one to t\\olvo
inches , Deep Cream or Black.
Spanish Lace Scarfs from 3uc to
? 5.00 each.
Wo nlno add to our sock of
Ten Cent Ribbons
Many new colors and c.vti.x widths in
Sutin and Gios Grain.
Come early this morning.
Our Blanket Stock is the largest in
Dmaha , and as our prices will show is
L > y far the cheapest wo ovcroflercd. V.
100 Pairs 10-4 White Blankets $1.50 ,
100 Pdirs 10-4 White Blankets $2.00 ,
GO 11-4 White Blankets S2.HO Pair.
GO 10-4 White Blankets $3 50 Pair.
00 11 4 White Blankets $4.50 Pair.
The Best $5.00 Blankets in the West.
50 Pairs Extra Heavy all Wool
Blank i-ts $0.50.
50 Paira 12-4 Extra Heavy Blankets
50 Pairs 11-4 all Wool Blankets
An Extra Larpo San Jose , California ,
Blanket for $10.00. The Very Best
Baig.iin in Omaha.
48 Bed Comforts 55c. each , worth
75c. to $1.00.
48 Bed Comforts 75c. each , worth
48 Bed Comforts , very large and
lieavy , at $1.25 each.
Fmo French Blankets of our own
importation from $15.00 to $50.00 a
In Convenience ,
DURABILITY , EGGKOMY
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