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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1884)
8 THE DAILY BEE-SATURDAY OOTOBRJl Sfi IfiM
Ladies' Children's and Misses' Cloaks
t. 1517 S.RMORSE lulu St. 1517
Wo have this season enlarged both our room and stock of Cloake , and to-inorrow ( Saturday morning ) and all next week , will offer
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S. IP. IMIOIRSIE ] < Ss OO.
Bargain Number 1. Q
85 Senl Plush ClouVs , with quilted satin linings , senl ornanicnts and deep rolling rr , every garment
12 to 48 inches long , a rare bargain $34.00.
Bargain Number 2.
HOSSIAN Ciucuh.uts. 100 all-wool Diagonal Fur Trimmed Ilussian Circulars , perfectly finished , at
87.50 , really worth 810.00.
Bargain Number 3.
50 tTRht-fitting imported Paletots made of the finest German Diagonal imported this season. Our price is
$10.00 , actual value § 12.00.
Bargain Number 4.
50 imported stoclnner , full weight , street Jerseys , with coat , finished backs , beautiful quality , § 9.50 ,
Bargain Number 6.
40 all-wool fm'sh diagonal Eussian Circulars , deep fur collar and fur nil round bottom and up front , for
$10.00 each , reduced from 315.00.
20 Seal Plush Sncques , reduced to 835 00 , bought to sell at 840 00.
20 Seal Plush Sacques , reduced to § 40.00 , bought to sell at # 50,00.
15 Seal Plush Sacques , reduced to 845 01) , bought to sell at 860.00.
25 Seal Plush Sacques , trimmed with beaver collt r , cuffs , 100.00 , bought to sell for $75.00.
Bargain Number 6 :
50 Black Diagonal Russian Circulars trimmed with deepest fur trimming on front , bottom and side' , a
beautiful , rich , warm garment reduced to 815.00 , actual value 820.00.
Bargain Number 7 :
30 Ottoman Silk Kound Circulars , quilted lining , trimmed with fur all round , $10.00 each ; these are
really worth 15.00.
1'HE DAILY BEE.
Saturday Mornincr October 25 ,
LOCAL BREVITIES ,
It looks n if winter had paaso : ! and
Tbo criminal docket has been put over
until wcok nfUr next.
Whatoveryou do , don't forcot to register
no tint you can vote without troublo.
Wm. Gaport , on Twalfth Htreot , rejoices
in the advent of a ten-pound boy.
In order to be turo of n vote BOO to It now
that your name is registered. Lot every
District Attorney Godwin IH ottering a
diromo for a judRo who ia not too dullcato to
try tha Cbaao caso.
The Udius of the Tlrst M K church hnld a
JKorary unciublo TIiuruday.iilKht , nud It was u
vorf enjoyable nffuir.
It is very Important that every voter
should register. Do not forgot this nnd BOO
that your uamo is placed tipsn the registration
flow Ii the time to register. Do not
ucfjlt'Ct this important matter but BOQ that
your name Is enrolled upon the registration
Storm doors were put up nt the poatollico
building yesterday. This Un now d'puturo
and will makq tiling were comfurUblo for all
Some of the delegate's of the Sixth ward
deny fiat thay were iustruatod to vote
for Hodman for commlBsIouor , und can vote
for whom they like ,
Tterj will bo a regular mooting of Until
Itbbcka't , lodge No. 1 , in Odd 1'ollow'n hall ,
at 8 p. in. Batuid y evening , Oat. 26 , 1B34.
A full atUrylanco is ttiuu | ted.
An engineer named Robert McKlnlcy ,
was bidly hurt ht the Union 1'aclfio
ThursJay , by a flyinj ; lever , which cut him in
thu bacV and lu > ad. He In at the hosp.Ul un
dcr tlio c ro of Dr. Mererr.
Great care fchnuhl now bo taken with
chimney * . Befoio the wlnUrflru In started It
will bo a good Hea to look carefully to the
iluea nnd see tint lliey era all rlnlit ly Ink
Ing a little care with the ilnoa it may eave u
loss of ptopei ty by Ore.
"Tim Snake Dance of the Morjui Iiid
Ian , " by Cajitsln John G. Uoutko , U. a. A. ,
oppsara In the HxccUior this nftwnoan.
A bpttial edition of l. ' O I coilo | < ls to IHI print-
txl and eimple coplen sent tu all I lie ofllcerd ol
tha Department of the PJattc. Iho nctunl
clrcu otiou of Mr. Chase' * pajwr has ala-ad ,
readied 000 topics ,
A Gorman - d
ii-in Charles Aunnaii was
conDdoiiccd out of 6330 eon ing up on thn Han *
bil & .SS. Joe nud Thurrdiy , by thn 81,00
bond racket Ho met a nice looting muii who
wu > ttlioo'iiniiif ; to Omulu nnd Imnud him
liU ir.on-y. Ho wlllgtt it ba-.k la the mrcct
after a long while.
On the Ifith of tliU in > nth an Item an-
I > 9 re < l in t-oIIM ) rouit hapjunln ? * statli'R ( hit
a Mr . Tiavln had been Cued 55
conduct upon the street. This is not Jilts. A ,
M. Travis , who ii n professional nurse , but a
colored woman. Mrs. A. M. Travis comes to
Dinalm with the boit of rocoinmondatlons an u
irofoBsional nurse and Is a graduate from the
adlcs medical college in St. Louis. She isn
middle ngod lady ami one to bo trusted In
Twnnty-six poojlo were brought in Thnra-
day by Traveling agent .Rollins of the
Union 1'aclfic. They are bound to California
n search of a country whore the mercury gets
a chance to thaw out nnco In awhile. The
climate of Minnesota Is ton o\ ore for them ,
nnd they are gattlngout an fait aa posnblu.
At n meeting of the Omaha Cricket nnd
Athletic club hold Wednesday evening , n plan
wan parti-illy - outlined to form a company with
85,01)0 ) capital , divided Into 'JOjfilmrea of 8-5
each , The club controls the park on Hhornun
avenue , and if the Block project is carried Into
clfo-jt , will put n good ball loam In the field aa
a pecuniary investment.
THE PACKING BOUSE ,
A. Strong rrobahlltiy Hint tliol&iHtrrn
Gunllcimin will lit'iinu U.
Yuatcrday mention was made that n
party of gontlotnim from the E tat were
in the city for the purpnno of leasing the
packing houses at thu Union Stock yards.
It is now lib > ut iv Aotllod fact that those
gentlemen will take hold of the business.
Mr. Ooorgo II , Hammond is t rgo t
handler of dressed buof in the county.
Ho is now killing 1,500 hold of oattlo
daily at Chicago for thn Boston nnrkot.
If ho cumes. to Omaha ho will beuin with
500 head , and oul.irgu gradually , until ho
concentrate : ) his entire buaiuois hero.
With u daily market for ovou COO head
there will be a grout increase in the re-
utiiptH at the yards , and a corresponding
beneiit to Oaiahii. Stock own era will
proftr to Bull hero rather than pay freight
and additional yardugo nt Cnioigo , besides -
sides tunning the risk of striking thn
market when it is ovcrlo.ulod , and being
oompulled to kuiip their catilo nt ( sniat
ixnensiS or letting them go at n saunlioo.
It is to ho hoped that satisfactory ar
rangements will b made so that Mr
Hammond will at unco take chnrgo nf tlin
Blaughturuig housfe for in auoh on ovi > nt
it Oinnot but work great oed f"r Omaha
nud the great stock ruim-M of the W st
Crow nnil 1(1111111111 ( Water.
Special to Thu Boo :
A Huoki'yp ' , Frank TsRgart , epoko hero
last night to a good ei > .od uudlonco.
Jt wja the only spnooh roado hero during -
ing the oimpifun that was free from the
Liini's hnlld zi'ia , innullinir charact r.
U w n n Hlainuikiid Luyni nifotinu' with
Liird li'f' 'lit , Jiuiicu It WH3 rnthor
Mr 1'imjirt is a proinicinn yniinx at-
tornov fr iu riastings und a thorough
11rouurliirt : " ( t was the worst dish
Jio i-rer li 'l 11 Bw 11ii r orow wnnlicd
with Stinking Water "
THE OMAHA CLEARING
I'lio Olllccrs lOleotrd 'EhiirHiIay ' Kvo
unit i liu Clpiirunuu JIouso ube >
bo Opened No.xt'Xaomlay.
A mooting of the various banks of this
city , members of the Omaha clearing
liouso , was hold Thursday evening in the
parlors of the First National bank for the
purpose of electing officers. The Flrat
National , the Omnln National , and Com
mercial National. All the prosnnt mem
bers of this institution wore represented.
II. Kountz , of the First National bank ,
was elected president , Frank IMurphy , of
the Merchants'National , vice prcsiduit ;
\V. T. IJrlow , of the United Sutua > u-
tional , II VV. Yates , of the Nebraska
National , William \Yullauaof the Omjliii
National , were mndu n eoininittoo ot
management with W. II. 0. Hughs aa
Thu clearing house will bo opened on
Tuesday next in ono of thu roar rooina of
the First National bank , now being fitted
up for that purpose. The clearances for
each day will bo made at 1:110 : p. in , thu
iiiif ss done among the banks nf tor that
hour going ever until the next day. 'J his
institution will bo opou for the admis
sion of morabdrs subject to these now belonging -
longing to that institution. This or tor-
prise , although requiring no capital , will ,
it is thought , afford grout convouienco to
the banks of the city in the nay of facili
tating business among them.
PERSONAL ENCOUNTER ,
Nuwcpainr ItciircHuiHatlvo At-
ly n Pi-ofrHnlomil aicutor
V ) Indopoiulout.
persona in the state capital rink
ate Saturday afternoon know of the lit-
lo encounter botwcen 0 , L , Monroe and
[ I , M. Sturgeon , city cditorof the Patriot.
The first named personage has several
.iinca given oxhibitionn nt the rink which ,
EO fur an hb skating was concoruod , were
[ > orfcot. Ilia actions , however , whim
off the skating floor have proven him
anything but a gentleman , The truth
us published In the papers concerning
Monroe , and especially D publication in
Saturday's Patriot , ware not roUshod by
that purson , Oit Saturday afternoon ho
visited tbo rink and beckoning to Mr.
Sturgeon invited him into n private
apartment where without any warning
made a vigorous assault. The blown
were warded off by Sturgeon who , how
ever , was at a great dioadvanlage , Doing
on skates , Mr. Hnuthworth , of rink
minagomont , hearing Iho fraou , Inter
fered and summarily ojectou the "pro-
fi'stor" from the building , when ho f ll
into Policeman lirown's hands , who arrested -
rested him A charge of ast.iult w
bitjory was preferred , but uftorwards
withdrawn upon prouma to nlgn un
apoloyy. Monroe , Avliilo weeping
profuauly , ehowcd , his imutu
Mission Blankets !
00 pairs 8 pound largest )
si/.eMcrim Wool Culi- (
rornia Blankets that are f
worth 818. J
These are n reat bargain and will
not bo di'pl cated ngnin this sea on
ns these arc a late shipment from the
California Mill. Wo are direct
agents for the California Mission
: o-t CatMerino WonlMlsslon Blanketper ! ! pr 3 B 00
M " " " is to
2-1 " " " ' 15.00
3-4 " " " ' 1800
3- " " " ' 2000
Finest " " ' 25.00
M Mottled Grey ' ' 0.00
.2-4 " " ' ' 8.01
oil. " " Ciuimlns ' " 1200
1-4 All Wool S iret ! ' " 7.61
2-4 " " ' " 1000
3 j ii n i 'i 12.00
Jftlltorola Lamlm Woo ! , nlnk.bluo or ecar'ct 16 00
Ca Ifornla Crlli Blankets 81.00 Sfl.OO 7.00
" " " pink , blue or scnrlct , 0.50
(50 pairs Good 10 4 , 5 pound
Jray Blankets , 82 reduced trom
200 pairs 'lean wnolsixe , 6x7 ft. ,
Grey Blaukets , 52 50 pair.
100 pair * clean w olsize 6x7 ft. ,
3rey Blankets , S3 50 a pair.
50 pairs 8 pound largest si/,9
3re.v Blankets , 34.00 a pair.
50 pairs 0 pound euro woolScarlefc
3n > y , Blue or rown .Blankets , size
Jx7 ft. , at ? 5 a pair.
GO pairs 10-4 heavy white Blan-
: et"$2.50 ' a pair.
lOO pairs 11-4 heavy while
31ani.et ? , S3.50 a pair.
50 pai.'M 11-4 pure wool white
Banketa , 84.JM ) a pair.
50 ' 12-4. wool whi'e
p'lrp - . pure ,
Blank- . SU.OO pa-r.
They cannot bo duplicated else
where , nearly double.
cowardice by nigning the following ;
To WHOM IT MAY CONCURS : I , O. L. Mon
roe , now liofoto thu public ua n prufen imml
skater , from Omaha N b , whilu laboring
uudor undue oxcitmiient nutnruil public
place of nmuaemuiit to the iletrmijn i
pr iprlotora th rwf , and iuv.igtmmf H M
Sturgeon , city editor of tlia IIiirriHbiUK 1'at-
riot , into n priv.ttu ni.irtinouc | , id in limn-
ncr thut vfi a ciiwurdiy , takun nt u tiinu whrn
Mr. ytnrgaan IVA * at n total disadumtnen ,
Ktriko him a blow In the face. I rfigiot _ th it
iho event outlined and publicly up I'ogizt to
the goutloniHii for it. I ui'dcrstanil I lit ha.
n * city oilitor , Hindu pnblic.itu n , which I
will not nuke rt-ferunco to , nn I und rataud
tlmt IIH luvl ninple authority to ju't'fy liim in
tlio artirlu liu iiuda piiiilk. I deeply ivgitit
thu ccurreuca nud * greo nut 11 inflict my
pr' Bfliro i n Hurtltilmit ? audleucu , to leave
Uio city at i nco anil p tv thu coats of the
ih.irxo ux'.iiiibt mo. Kilned ,
C. Ii. MONROE.
\Yitucdg , S. C Wilson , Mayor.
The atroi t cuv company Imvo w largo
/orco of mill ut work on the Thirtemith
alretit line uiid Hxpcct to Imvo cara run
ning out thut line befuru the ( -round 13
fruzuti , The company 13 contemplating
building tholljd line out aovon or oiyht
blocks furthur north und then running
itcro83 ( to connect with the Grcon line
on Klghtoonth street. An ell'ort will bo
inndu to build the line out r.irnam struct
unit thonncroiu on TVomy-lifch utrout to
connect with tlio St Mary's avenue lino.
When thin is done ( and it la oxpoctud that
ic will bo tlna season ) u largo Blmro of the
Park iivenuo travel will bo done ever the
now line und do away with BO much hard
pulling up the St. Mury'o avenue hill.
Ab.iut thirty men are at work laying
track nud the work Trill bo ruahcdau live
ly as possible.
Thu powilcr novtti Mtrca. \ mtrrol ol pnro
etnmi'tl. nnd uliolca ra.uow lloic oorrorotwl Hi
the irlluan Irli 'i-nil viu'itlia ' 111 Ii ri'mi'HIt '
with the mulll'.Uildol lav Vt , h'iil ua'ulii aliini
[ ) liv ) ) lu5 jnuitr .S'11 o Ij In i-niiu lljv\U
llAal O yAOU.UO.lCft04lUtt ON. K.
IMIOTiSIE &G CO.
75 imported all-wool Tricot , Jersey , Cord , Diagonal and Mattalesse tight fitting French and German
tailor-made Puleto s , beautifully trimmed and with all silk
serge linings , only 30 and 88 inch bust measure
-therefore , reduced to 812 (10 and 515.00 each. Not ono of them but what is worth $25 0 to § 40.00.
For y ears S. P. MOUSE & Co. have made a specialty of Hosiery , and this department is noted for selling -
the be&t styled , most desirable colors and Best Wearing Goods shown in Omaha , 'ihis season has proved fruit
ful in bargains.
Seamless ail-Wool Grey School ; Eose , | all * sizes , 25c ; LUome knit ail-Wool Colored Hose , Cashmere -
mere Hose finished seams all colors and black , 25 to 35c ; Caahuiere Hose , seamless , all colors and black , 40
to ( J5c ; English Cashmere Hose , all colors and black , GO to 95c ; French Ribbed Wool Hose , all colors and ,
black , 50 to 95c ; A specialty in French Heavy Cashmere Hose with unbleached cotton foot , 50 to 95c ; In- |
fanls Cashmere Hose , 4 to 5 , 25 to 35c ; Infants Cashmere Hose , double knees , 4 to 5 , 35 to 45c ; Infanta
Finest Cashmere Hose , black and colors , 4 to 5 , 55 to (55c ; Childs' Cotton Hose in winter wt ight , blacks and
colors , all nzes , 50 to 75c. A specialty of Boys Hose in grey and brown , mixed black and colors with dou
LADIKS llosn All Wojl Seamless Hose , grey or colors , 25c ; All Wcol Seamless knitted Eose , 40c ; All
Wool Seamless L'ashmere Ilo-e , 50c ; English Seamless Cashmere Hoe , 65c.
UNDEUWEAK Childs' Merino Vests , 10 , 18 , 20 , 22 , 24 , 26 , 28 , 30 , 32 , 34 ; Childs' Mesino Vests , 25,30 ,
35 , 40. 45. 50. 55 , GO , G5 , 70 ; Childs' Cashmere V , sts , 50 , 65 , 60 , 65 , 75 , 80 , 85 90 , 95 ; Boys' Shetland
Mixed Vest ? , 50 , 60 , 70 , 80,90 , 1 00 ; Boys' Seamless Mixed Vests , $1.25 to 1.75 ; Pants to match above.
Ladies Merino Vests and Pants , 45c usual price GOc ; Ladies Merino Vests and Pants , 75c usual price 81.00.
The largest stock of Underwear in Omaha ,
Childrens1 and Misses' Cloaks.
We have , without doubt , the finest stock of Childrens' Cloaks in the west , and reiail them at half the-
profit charged by regular cloak house ? , at all prices and for all ages ; and we make a specialty ot
Young Ladies' Cloaks ,
From 14 to 18 years with or without Coachman Capes and Beaver Trimming.
s. F. : MOBSE : ! &c oo
X DETROIT-CM I CAGO-BUFFALO'
" ' OUC3 DY
Tlio lovlln ? Asriciiltur.il ami I.I\o'ctocJt J'urnil o [
thuuutt.SO I'.iircH SO crilinnix , rut nml tt'tchod ' ,
n au'r. ' nu form , 1ms n Imidpomo , il nstratcd cover ,
nr il linn been cstablinhcil 0 jcnr * . Iho bcbt metti.
oda of western f < . .rmcKrult Oroulnf , I'.tc. , nncl tlio-
l.huKto intcTist ul the and' '
k Kreat Ora/lag Agri-
u'lltural ri'ulom nf the et , atily ill-cimd anil HI
\ic o < l , Noono who tll' ' a Mower or plant , or u
foot n [ land , uhoounso lioti'o , row \t\g \ \ ur clnclicn
ojiinllorcl to \sllhout the Hural N'ulirauUa.
TSio Best "Writsrs
Contrlbutat'i Irs pauiis , The IMltorlals are crisp
iinblaHuil and to the jiolpt , It IB ( niVllshod at tha
lo.v hiihfcrl tu.'i | < r'roilil.OD ' a > or h.i n lar/er
rifculst ' n than that ol any other publication ot
this Unilln the tt , anil ncciinlm a Front Hank
uinoni ; thu bf t Arrlcultur l aiu IMO btocl ; Jour-
Tlio Homo Circle.
Department ol'tho Hnral Ncbra Ka h a fipcclal
tcatniu winch thv.ijs maVcalt a uclcumc visitor at
\Vo pay ro8tuu toi out ) I ocal ccnta & WifRfr Gush
C'oinin'uhloii than anv o'hor iiubll'hir * /tmrrluf ,
nn'l ' K' ' O Uool. . frc rt Knhcn , WntclnH , Ho , IVrif
toll ) ami ( liih who laVi H b.ciljitlons ( or us ,
llluitrutod I'luuilum I.i t 2 conta.
Atvl the nrilAI. NKllltASIiA. one sear cash ( or
$ i.'J6 , only " 5 cents umru th n thr ptico < > ( the l\'r \ > .
.llano. \oryUny anil Irlh < i icnim us U > r nU
( or nKont' outfit , fainplu coplta uril 'llimtrttcd
I'rcinHrn I.l t , Mill rootlvo an ck'nunt assortment ol
Itonutilnl I Uture dull AiUlrns
II H bMITll & CO , , US , lib S Uth EL , Otrolu ,
NoK in u 61
LA RGESniAmFACTU RERS
. . MM'aor ' FINE WORK IN
PIANOS. OROAN'S , rtri. ons.&c. '
UN EO U AffLJLEraH >
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"CLASS" , CHINA , 4o. , Ac.1
AN P NT 07 MAIL,20 CTli
LAR&EST STOCK OF-
Buy your Fine Bronzed Hardware * at Home for
less than Eastern Cities Can Deliver it.
Send for Oar 250 Page Catalogue , only one issued in Mraask
ONE HUNDRED VARIETIES
jg fi OTnynisnn onfi i. ro
GouDtor , Hay , Stock and Raikoad Track.
ADOPTED BY THE UNITED-STATSS GOVERNMENT-
Ordera for rho Indian Deuartmcnfc given for Buffalo Scales ex
1405 Strt-ot. OMAHA. 1NTE
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Visitors t * . a i Stnfo und otlici in need ot' Men's , Boys'
CloUiing. will do well to call on
I Nil i
The Strictly Ono Prica House in the City
Iind cxnniiiio their gooila and price * . Th'-y carry the Uirgeal stock , and
soil lower Uu u ftuy oth 'r house in the city. Merchant Tailor *
don't fa I to call at ,
1216 , FAS NAM ST , 1216
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