Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 28, 1885, Page 8, Image 8

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Stock.
$145.00 Sealskin Saoqiie.
lcndor our price $ ls5
175.00 Sealskin Sacque.
, This quality in always hold by fur houses for O'uO a clear laving of $75 ; at our
195.00 Sealskin Sacciue. ,
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f A garment , that is worth about $275.
250.00 . Sealskin saccine. - - '
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Pull -15 iuo'ics long and a supcrqualily Sealskin. Wo know that this garment sells
iast and west for § UUO to § 1)30 ) ; our price $250 ,
1 -275.00 Sealskin Sacqne. u
40 inches long and an elegant quality Sealskin. No sealskin manufacturer would
jell this for less thau § 330. " " . v >
300.00 Sealskin Sacqtie.
This is one of the best Sitcqitci to be had ; certainly could not bo bought in citlr *
trom Furriers for less than tfiUO.OO to SISO.OO.
375.00 Sealskin Newmarket.
C3 inches long and made of the best and finest skins ; Garment ? not as good as
ave been sold in Omaha for $300.00 and no furrier would sell it for less.
400.00 Sealskin Newmarket.-
Gi inches long ; a perfect bean ty , rich and lustrious , this garment is sold for $600
loy cjty fur houses ,
Dress G-oods.
L-A very choice lot of Plaids , Brocades ,
JJBciges , Drap d' Alma Cordeletlcs and
igilk and wool mixtures , 30-inch Cash-
jmeres nearly all goods that wtfrb worth
| 8Co to dOc'in Smith's stock all offered at
f 25c.
Combination Suits
j Silk and wool mixtures cither striped and
plain or plain and figured , a very desir
able suit worth $3.00 to $30,00 each , our
I ijrico is $5,00 for the btiit.
$5.00.
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I English Armivies ;
V
t Full 43 inches wide , all staple colors ,
tfrom Smith's stock ; he sold for C3c ; our
v price is 83c.
35c.
Sicilian Cords
-AND-
Cut Casnmeres.
, 4 inches , pure Australian Wool , all
, good colors , Gurnets , Brown , Bron/o ,
Navy , and delicate blues and white
Smith sold them for § 1.255 our price is
CQo.
69c , '
Bison Camelettes
'Latest novelties 43 inches wide , goods
Umt Smith just bought to soil for $1.25 ;
our price will bo 75o.
75o.75o
75o -
Underwear Bargains.
Ladies * . Vests
* * fcnd Pnnts , Heavy Merino , Silk Cat-
I' ttliohrd neck , bilk bound , belling eke.
Whorens "a bargain" for Me ; our price
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BOn ,
39c
Merino Vests.
And Rants. A regular 75c undorvost.
Ladies will fintTitrivnrm and' heavy , besides -
sides being handsomely embroidered all ,
round ; our price
- 50cts.
Merino Vests
and pants at 62-o that ladies will find
equal to any $1.00 vests shown at otluv
stores. Our price , , ( J2Je , is a rcntaolu
slaughter.
62 l-2c.
Ladies scarlet vests
And pants ; pure wool , cochineal dye ,
that cannot bq bought in America at lew
than $1.00 to $1.25. Our price
- 75c.v .
Lambs' "Wool Scarlet
vests ,
Very soft and very fme , made by the
WINSTED HOSIERY CO. ,
to our"ordor. They are as soft as can bo
made , are finely finished ; and hnvo al
ways sold for $1.00 each. Our price
$2.50.
$450.00 ,
Sealskin Ulster , the finest gnrment that
can bo produced and never sold less than
$050.00 ; tills is a quality rarely mrulo ex
cept to order. ft ? '
Ohild's Hayelock
Gloats.
With heavy capo , fttninjlUyitbat cannot
bo bought cl&owhcro JxBp th'on " , § 3,50 to
? 1.00 ; nice school garment ,
4-yoav
fl-yonr si/o , 2.00
8-j-ear fii..e , 3.25
10-year ss/.e , 3 W.
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THE FIRST EVER HELD IN. THE WEST.
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/MONDAY. r SEET-gs.'r :
And conlimie all tlie tveeJc. Early-last-spKwi ( ; iuc selected a large quan
tity of
t QuLalit37- ,
And bad them manufactured in the hrct manner. Any attempt to describe thorn in detail bore would not convey an adequate
idea of the guruicnu we offer , and both on this account and the lact ot its being the - !
Of Sealskin garments over Miouii llio ladles of Nebraska , from which they can make personal selections. Wo asl < a call if only
of inspection. Kvery pureluisor has our personal guarantee as to the merits ot the garments they may buy.
SELECTIONS :
Can bo made now and upon the payment of 20 par cent , thq price of the gatment nt ( lie time o * purchase wo will box thrm
bceuiely , lay them aside and the balance can bo paid in iiihlallments on the delivery of the garment.
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JERSEY WAIST ojl lot $1.25 pleated back quality that Smith oUI IK a bargain for $1.75 nnd $2 : our 4
JERSEY WAISJSr-1 lot frl-06 elegant quality coat back and woith 2.00 cai-h ; Smith bought tliL'w , \ \ u ; thorn for
$1.08. , ' 'jJJF * ' 'Wfe '
JERSEY IWrS-l lot ? 9.63 each ; Siuit ! ' . bold these for .f3.CO to .f 1. They are the bcit Iwgain In the whole .lo | a.flg.
STS ? 3QI'1 ; ' HnoA * mailoj Jerseys told with Smith at $5 , t ° ( nn l 7 l'ic ! ! ' m l'nvo litcraly el - -
rttfy "a't $ UW ,
MATT , OIIDI'R DEPARTMENT-Through this department vt > elicit jour onU n > fur Koodb or snnipks. Rcmpmbc-r WP are1 the
lafgclt Prj oods. C'loak niul rn-'tt | buwi' w. Rt oChic. . . ' ( , and entirpi.tr < -i - f fm-l'on ' ,
Thh enormous stock inventoried nt Smith's cost almost 0123,000.00 , , nil now dcsir-
able goods , gathered together in a few months , our
50,000.00 DISCOUNT
To thineing people , must be evidence of our ability to soil goous'al nmoh below tic
oost of other inerciiaut. , and still leave us a handsome profit , of our willingness l <
di\ide this discount , there will not be a doubt in your mind if you will only do u
the favor to examine our prices then you will acknowledge that , wo have done O"o.
some good nnd saved you perhaps one half your bill for this fall.
Wo bavc some rare bargains in
"T Frcvme Boil'ff J3)'usselSiJioxJ > ifr/ Ta'pes&rys , , -
and 5 jPly Ingrains , Smyrna liuys ,
Ladies'Newmarket
Cloaks.
' Full length good materials , black 01-
' , Mown , an excellent garment , sixes SM to
, --I others will ask you § 7.00 to JflO.OO for
this our price is
$5.00.
Silk Mattelesse New
market.
A magnificent garment , with ornament
in the back , full box pleat. Wu niilicsi-
t.xtingly pronounce it equal to anyHv.C
garment in America. Our price is , .
$16.00.
Plush Cloaks.
A quality that sold last season for $50 ,
but wo had this lot madeto our order in
the summer , and aio making it
OUR LEADER fOR
$38.00.
Cotton Fla-nnels. '
Two etu.es double N.ippotl Twilliul
back Canton Flannel , a quality that is
actually worth ICc , our price ivill bo
lie.
'Bleached ' Muslin , * 3c.
n
Two cases yard wide Bleached Muslin ,
for the unheard of price of
3c.
Black Silk
23 inches wiilo that was a bargain in
Smith's > to < jk for $1.25 wo are bulling lor
98c
\ % ' Black Silk
22 inches wide tlialSinith sold for $1.75
and it wab cheap ; wo oiler a small quan
tity for
Brocade Velvet
All thd { JQgd colors miido , Niivj" ,
Brown , ( laviffit , ( So. They aio nulling
78lGO clwwhorc ; our price ,
Blankets.
33 trnirs 10-4 White
- Wool Blnnkefsfm-
tim .Smith Stockr. They arc worth § 5.
a pair ; our price ' , , ' ' , , l
$3.75 Per Pair.
These are a bargain ; mail ordersfillc. '
G-ray Blankets ;
0x7 foot ( this is an unsually large si ? '
clean , nice wool. They wme a barga. i
at Smith's ' for ? s.00j oui"rice ] is $ ! ! . ! & '
$3. < L8 Per Pair.
Bed Flannels.
2.1 pieces California Lamb's'AVopl SC.T
lot Flannel ? , as good as can be bojijri
anywhere in the country for CO ots. ; ' ouk
price
- Bed Spreads 87c.
SOO of Smith's il,25 White Iloneycom , .
Ued Spreads
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87c.
Bed Spreads
1G012-1 Honeycomb Bed Spreads thnt
nro worth and Smith sold them for $1.85 ;
our price
98c.
Kid Gloves.
J'mbroidored Blacl KJd Gloves , elegant
dark colors. Tlieeu aniTworth and S
told them for J.'W ; our price
. 75c.
G-loyes
l-btittuu- rogu.'nr M glove ba
( fl't-i wl for
$1.40 Per Pair.
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