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OCTOBER 16. 1887.--TWELVE PAGES. , ,
BENNICON BROS. . , 1519-121 DOUGLAS STREET.
THE FUN STILL CONTINUES !
The Greatest and Grandest Sale of the Season. Special Prices in Every Department.
100 pieces dress goods 40 to 41 Inches
wide , in norclties , platens and fnhcles ;
gooi5 really Nor III 85c to $1.2 , ; per yard ;
all at one price Monday , 50c per yard.
100 . pieces
1 Dross Goods
Monday , IOc Per Yard ,
Velvets Velvets !
83 pieces fancy stripe telvets at the
ridiculous low price of 50c pcr yard ;
1volill $1.50 to $2.
00 pieces faille Frauralse SIIIs , in all
new , desirable shades ; hest quality ever
ehovm in this market ; our price Monday
$1.25 per yard.
Black Brocade Salitis
i pieces Mack brocade satins , elegant
designs , Mauday only ftSC pet. ) ad ; worth
sL25 , $1.50 tad si,75n
100 pair sateen comforters , en Monday
$4 per pair ; emily worth $6.
Special Sala Monday of
100 ADIS [ PERSIAN SDLS
' lot more nisi one will be sold to any
Monday , 20 pieces Illeached and Un
TABLE DAMASKS ,
50c a yard ; worthi 75c.
Fancy Striped Ei der Dolvils
lit phik , light blue , salmon , cardlual ,
navy grey , new tats , &e. , all at 75c a
yard. 'These arc the very best grade made.
Look itt llieui.
Ladies' Underwear ,
In flue merlin , all wool scarlets and fine
camels' lutlr , all at one price ,
Monday , 300 gross fine
Lt Small , mcdiumi std large. 't'hese
buttons arc worth frromi 40c to $ l per doz.
We will close the lot hominy at
lOc Per Dozen.
' 50c Sale Monday.
5 rolls 15c batting for. . . . . . . . . . . . 50c
81.2 yards good henry unbleached
muslin fer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50c
7 yards 00-loch tine bleached muslin
for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50c
71.2 yards apron check ghighams for 50c
10 yards good unbleached cnntoi flail.
ntls for , . . . . . . . . . . . . .iOc
10 yards splcmdil ( comiforter calico for + ; 0c
7 yards striped ticking , good quality ,
foi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . + ; 0c
1) ) yards very best stnudard dress prints
fur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i,0c
7 yards while Shaker flntuiel fur. . . . . 50c
7 yards best turkey red oil prhrl for. . + i0c
8 yards black and white mourning
print , very beat goods , far. . . . . . . . . 30c
Monday , 100 pair
Scarlet 10-4 Blailkets
$1.50 Per Pair.
11-4 Scarlet Blankets
$2.95 a Pair , Worth $4. $
50 pair all wool ahito western node
MONDAY ONLY ,
$3.50 a Pair , Worth $5.
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DON'T FORGET T2-2 PLACE AN'T N ° CTM ES _
T } IE LOCAL POLITICAL FIELD.
Important Meeting of the Ropubllcan
County Central Commltteo.
A QUESTION.OF LAW DISCUSSED.
The llethocl of Electing Coummisslon-
ers II ) Be Suhutitted to Lawyers
1'Oe Setticatott-.Vaud Gather.
Republican County Connuttce.
The Republican County central committee
met yesterday afternoon at the Millard , Jolt
Rush befog in the chair. The ward committees -
tees ou registration made favorable reports ,
showing heavy enrollntt.ut. in all parts p of the
city. A question was raised as to the manner
in which the county commissioners are to bo
elected , It being chanced that in the old law
it wits clea'ly apparent that the cotmnis
sinners tve'e to be voted for ht the
"whole" comity. It was 11150 shown
that i1 the new law the word "whole"
was omitted , aroushig thin belief that the in.
teuGof alto haw was that the connulssloners
should be voted for only. In the district it
which they rusido' It was agreed to subuilt
the question to two lawyers , 0110 a democrat
and the other a republican , It is likely that
the luwyei's to ho selected are Messrs. Ambrose -
broso 1111(1 Prp11'hett , Seth I1. Cole was noui-
hiutcd for nsscsso ht the third word.
The executive eouunitteo w rs empowered
to organize republlcau clubs throughout the
city mid South Onmhm.
A conunittcc of live ens appointed to confer -
fer with the republican judtcial convection
to be held next Nouduy to hero steps toward
jioldingthe rapablic 1 IlIttlemi convention
here next year. Messrs. Lindsay , Wheeler ,
Webster cud Leavltt twee appohlted on that
limit representutlves from the several wards
and SOUth Onulha gave notice of the times
uul places ut w9dc1L grand rallies will be
Tltero ens mudo Gnthusiain manifested
throughout the meeting , and the committee
feel sure of the election of the entire ticket.
Young ltepubllcuns Organize.
The prelhuhmnry step toward the organza.
thou of a young mimePs republican club weIO
taken at the Millard hotel yesterday. Ralph
Breckenridgo occupied time chair , amid George
M. O'Brien otticlated as secretary. 'ima
mutter was discussed at lemmgth , and it was
decided to form no organization to be known
as the Young Men's Republican club o1
Onimthn , the object of which tvlil be to support -
port and assist h1 time election of all parts of
time republican ticket. A committee of nhmo
was uplohmtd to preparu by-laws and a comm.
stitution The meeting then adjourned sub-
jcct to the call of the chnirmnun
Wnrd Club Meetitmu
The republican club of the fourth ward
held a largely attended meeting in Germa la
hull inst evening. A resolution was ununi
amously passed endorsing the candidacy of
General George Smith for ono of the judges
of time'lhlyd judichtl district. Several ud-
dresses were mudo endorsing him us an tiblo
lawyer std stalwuet republican. Several
new members ware adndtted , which swelled
time nneambesldp roll to over 500 moues , 'lbo
tatter of registration was talked over at
lemgtk and the coumlilteo at the grand rally
icportcd good progress.
time Fifth ward republican
club wills held last evening In the Munmle'son
block , tO4 North Sixteenth street , their pcr
umnct headquarters , 'l'imo mach object of
the meeting tvas time 'ormanent ' organization
of the club timid limo adoption of a constitution
and bylaws. Thirtyitvo members were en-
rolled. Judge Bartlett was e1o tcd president ,
I'ofl3runer vice president D ' 1' . Scott
secretary , and C. W. WIdell treasurer , An
executive eammnitteo wus appoluled to look
after tire registration of time voters of the
; , , ; , > , jlext followed lime adoption of u con.
others made sl ort mec,1'L the tneati nd
a spirited'and Adjourn
' mentlvus taken to Tuesday evening next.
The republican chub of the Ninth ward
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met at its hcadquarter , Twenty-ninth and
Furuum streets , last cveiming President
Lindsay in time ehalr. The tvart l was properly -
erly districted and arrangements were made
for sending out a number of canvassers for
registration , who will repol't next Tuesday
evening , The secretary was instructed to
call a meeting of the club for next Tuesday
evening at 7:80 : o'clock slurp for the purpose
of placing in nomination one assessor , two
caustubles amid two justices , These nomnina-
tions will ho reported at the public denmon-
stration to be held tie same evening.
Mass Meeting Tuesday.
A mass meeting of the republicans of this
city is to be held Tuesday evening , Complete -
plete nrrnmgetuenls have not yet been mink ,
but it probably will bo held In exlosition hail.
Time object is time endorseineut of limo corn-
picte rcpublmcan ticket. Addresses will be
numde by General llunderson turd Charles J
Orceim , and it is expected that Colonel \V. F.
Sapp , of Council Bluffs , will also speak.
Blamy of the ward clubs have siguilled their
intention of attending in a body , and some of
then will murch fromn their headquarters
with music amid torchhlgimts.
SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
Tomorrow ulght the city council will meet
and consider time question of passing the
The new ticlmot will be ready for occupancy
before the end of the present month.
Today at 11 o'clock time South Omaha Gun
club twill hold the club shoot.
Paddy Shea , time pugilist , has departed for
Iamsas City , where Ito will have a contest
with souw local sports.
D Ensor has moved his family to the city
and will reside here for time future ,
John Barr , time carpenter who fell from time
Armour building , is recovering from his injuries -
Ctmrles Allen , time boy who was hurt some
tviceks ago by a B. & M , emgimie , has recovered -
covered , but has lost the use of the arm
which was hurt.
Time streets are ht bad condition for Sundays -
days travel though by next Sumid5 the
authorities hope to have them is better
Marshal lfico Is resting easier and will recover -
cover feom his injuries in a short time.
11 , 1V. Yates' Residence.
Henry W , Yates , president of time Nebraska
National bank , took out a building permit
ycstor8ny for his new residence to be built
of Davenport street , between Twentieth and
' 1'tventy-tlrst 'rho building is to be three
stories high , to be entirely of stone mind to
coat t IlkO. The btu is also to be of stone
amid to cost , ; UIXI ,
IJonney Buggies at Armstrong , Pettis
& Co.'s , 1308 Izard St.
Wantcd-Saleswoman for the cloak
department ; must be experienced. Ap
ply nt once. O'Donohue & Sheafer.
G. L. Bradley , of Minneapolis , is at the
I ) . A. Holmes , of Norfolk , was In town yes.
Clias , 0.Wltcdon , of Lincoln , is at the
J , 1Y. Sanborn , of Lincoln , was at the Paxton -
General hatch , commander at Ft. Rob-
Insomt , is nt the Ihixtem.
Mr , and Mrs. H. C. Hulbert , of New York ,
are guests at the Paxton ,
Captain E , ii. Murphy and wife , of Arapa
hoc , wore in town yesterday.
H. P. Pearson , o1 Philadelphia , Is the
guest of E. C. Smced at the Paxton ,
Mr. L. C. Kittson , of St. Paul and his
bride , were at the Paxton yesterday , Miss
Kittson was with then ,
Lieutenant Powell , of Ft , McKinney , Is at
time Paxton with his wife. They have just
returned front an eastern trip ,
Norris , Wilcox & Ribbel , 1517 Doug-
Ins , for Line shoes ,
Norris , Wilcox & Ribbcl , 1517 Dottb
Ittsu street.-Sao their double solee cult
seamless shoe for $4.00 , for men's wear. ,
HOMES FOR HOMELESS.
What the Womcn's Christian Assocla-
lieu r Is Doing.
The secretary of the convention of charities -
ties and corrections , in session hero a short
time ago , spoke In several of the churches
and earnestly urged the organization of a
society devoted to rolicving the poor. He advised -
vised them to organza and commence work
immediately. Lt Chicago considerable
money had been spent by the city officials imi
attemplhig to aid the lour , but no good bud
been nccoumplished. Time money had disappeared -
peared , partly by the route intended nod
partly by dishonesty of officials. Ho
cautioned time citizens of Omaha then to take
wurnittg and prevent nnytldng of time kind
hero by organizing m private Institution. The
members would be required to do pemsomal
work and not throw it upon time officers.
Tlmey must go htto the homes of the sick nod
seek out the cause mod endeavor to remedy it.
The Nonmcn's Christian association of this
city is inakhtg prc maratlous to do more extensive -
tensive work this winter. Aside from carry ,
hmg on the general business of the society -
ciety the ladies have arranged to
open a young ladies' boarding ] mouse.
It is located on Dodge street , between Nineteenth -
teenth and Twentieth. The object of time
society is to provide a coufortablo home for
young ladies employed as saleswomen , factory -
tory lmtuds , seamstresses ' milliners , and
others of hike vocation. 'Young Indies arc
not 1)111(1 as well as limey slmould be. They
afro unable to secure accrommodattous with
sucroundfngs cohducive to rctinemncnt without -
out paying prices almost equal to titeir sala
rtes. As a consequence mammy are obliged to
seek homes where neither time acwmmoda
dons nor the compmmy are time best. To enable -
blo young ladies thus situated to
enjoy the conmforts of home life
at small expense limo lmome lams been designed.
IUiss 14elso , from a similar Institution In
Brooldyu , N. Y , , will be matron. A library
and reading room will be provided for the instruction -
struction and entertainment of limo nme fibers'
Ahlmough mmde the mauageuent of n chris
than society it will be strictly non secturian.
In connection within the homno a weumPs
exchnuge will be Instituted , the object of
tvhlclm will be to exhibit speciimlems of tire
huudiwork of ladles desiring to support them.
selves , with a view to receiving orders. Timis
twill include setviug , plain timid fancy , pasty
work , together with ti list of those npplyiug
for employment. So fur time ladles have received -
ceived a numimber of liberal donations , but
more money is needed to open the home and
malntnin It untli it becomes self-supporting.
An opening entcri8ltncut ! ! is expected to be
given about November I.
Another wortlmy branch of the worn is limo
homo for friendless cldldren and aged ladles ,
at 2713 Burt street. It has replaced time
mcr hcudquarters on Farnam street in time
way of being a refuge for friendless women
'rho Omulma city mission is maturing ar-
rangeinents to secure a hero for the homeless -
less newsboys anti bootblacks of the city.
Time mission desires a hall or suite of rooms
that can be fitted up as a lmome , where time
little fellows can enjoy hens comfoels. An
amusement lull will be provided fn time
home , amid still later a night school started ,
Time attraetiods at Boyd's this week will be
as follows ; Maggie Mitclmeil , Monday ,
"Lone ; " Tuesday , "Maggie , time Midget ; "
Wcduesduy , " 'rmvcd Up ; " Thursday , Mod-
jeska In "Measure for Mcasuro ; ' Friday ,
Cynibelina ; ' Satnrdny matinee , "Dona
Dlama ; " and evenlug , "Romeo and Juliet. "
emASi orEmiA troesu ,
Katie Putnam , Thursduy , Friday and Saturday -
urday , "Elora , time Elf , " and "Lena , the
Madcap , "
This evening at Boyd's Baureis & Puls'
German company will appear in "Eia Vor-
sichtlger Mann. "
Norris , Wilcox & Ilibbel , 1517 Douglas -
las street , show the finest ladies turn
kid shoo for $5 imm the city.
Sea Norris , Wilcox & Ilibbel. 1517
Douglas street , for fine rubbors.
Mr , George F. Orchard and daughter of
LaconiaV. . T. , nro the guests of Mrs. 1t tl
llam 1 restou.
The Hone Fire.
As cvideaco that nothing succeeds
like success , we have only to refer to
the ] Tome Fire Insurance company , of
this city. The company hats received
one hundred and eighty thousand dollars -
lars in premiums , and its losses have
been less than twenty-two thousand
After providing for tlfo unearned
premium reserve-as required by law ,
of over $50,000.00-time contpanyhasanot
Sao ) lus'of over 821,000.00. The assets of
t company nro about $175OIK.OO. )
This spcults well for IL homo con utny ,
and shows great care in time selection
and managomnent of its business , which
is couhned exclusively to this state , timid
only selected risks of the best class are
Rev. H. C , W'mldetl will organize a
class In Christian mind healing on
Monday at 3 p , m. at 1021 Chieago St ,
Worthy mmdigcnt students taught free.
Architects and Superhmendents.
Iiodgsat & Son , 26 , Iron Bank.
Special attention is called to N. B.
Fnlconer'sndvcrtiscmcuton time 2d pngo
of this issue.
lie Robbed His Friend.
William Lewis , a lad of nineteen , came
from Des Moines a couple of weclcs ago to
look up a situntion. D , M. Stearns , corner
ouFrlccnth street and Capitol avenue , au old
friend of the fnnmily , gave him a hospitable
welcome to lds accommodations until ho
could find work. Night before lust ho did
not come to his room as usual , land it was
tbomglmt that probably lie lmnd found ten-
porary shelter elsewhere. In time morning
it was discovered that some thief had effected
an entrance Into the hauso by cutting the
shutters and hind stolen n gold watch and
cludn and about X33 hm umomey. Lctvis op-
'ieored ' about the house as usual , next day ,
but was suspected of bclmg the thief. He
t'as arrested tmd time gold watch found nn
lmis person. Ito ens arraigned before Judge
llerkayesterdy nod confessed cerytlmhmg'
He was put under 81,2aa lrouds to appear before -
fore time district court , in default of whlclm he
went to jail.
A now 8 roam brick just flnishcl in
Council Bluffs for rent by Odell Bros.
A cheerful honmo , am elegant new
bejek im Council Bluffs meat dumnmy
depot for vomit by Odell Bros.
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Yesterday's internal revenue collections
amounted to i3,73t3.43.
Charles Duke was arrtaated last evening
for brutally beating aprostitute named Nettie
Jones at time ! hanks building , 'tvelfthand
Capital avenue ,
The county commissioners opened bids for
grading the Cannon Bill roam yesterday
afternoon. The bidders were G ; A ; Thistle ,
1e4 cents per yard , and S. lilchards , l6 cents
per yard. The former was t ardcd the cem-
MAIMED ANl ) REFORMED.
Two Features In the Life of nn Otnmtha
Mnn'Vho has Escaped time Gallows.
There is a man in this city who is on-
dotvorltg to lead a respectable life.
Thais is a resolve lie has mudo after
having several tunes , so to spank , taken
his life in his hands2 turd as tunny tunes
saved It frontho ummshmomtmeted outto
desperadoes by time outraged majesty of
time law. hm iew of his reformation
his true namne is concealed but ho will
be styled "Dutch. " lie is pretty well
advanced in years and has seen the
hardest kind of lifo. One of his arms is
badly shattered , and his mint is now to
make ti living with his left
hand ; lie is an excollot hoeso-
man and , liples to utilize this
aocoinimUshmott' in ] pis future struggle , .
for existence , ' A short 'tluq ago ho'
'wus released front the' jail iii Council
w.w1cS : . : " . > s..r.
Bluffs , where he ] tad been arrested
under on assumed muse , om the elmmgo
of murder. lie was imprisoned for
eight months tit the place , turd was
flnally discharged. The alleged
crime for which lie was arrested
took place near Fort Niobrara ,
nearly ergimt yours ago. lie was then a
cowboy mid associated with some of the
roughest specimens of that calling
which ever saddled it potty in time state.
At heart , lip wits not of their kind , but ,
when under the influence of time
diabolical rot-gut which was
sold at time saloons iii that
part of the country , ho
lt'ILS led into nets wimicim ulmder ether cir
cunmslances he would be loath to pei-
forin. About the time nmetmtioued tlmero
urns a disreputable ranch on the reso'-
vution about three miles front time fort.
' 'imo proprietor , it teas Inio ii , had
about $000 in imis possession cud
"Dutch" and two others determined
to relieve him of it. Time others
were a fellow nammed Heed ,
and a second fellow whose name is now
forgotteum. All were under the iii-
ilueuce of whisky , timid , as they raided
time house , theyy found a huff-breed sitting -
ting in front. Ile twits shut down autl
never maven from the place in which lie
fell. ' 1'ho tire then entered the place ,
and "Dutch" advancing to the ba , ordered -
dered time proprietor , a tough , equal to
imry orneegemcy , to tlu'ow' u ) his hands.
lint timoy were not thrown up.
They were thrown down and up
with thorn from beneath the couurtc
acne a clotblo-barrel shot gun , and before -
fore "Dutch" could realize the danger ,
one of time bareels Was exploded , time
ehaege shuttering leis right arum up to
time elbow. Ills pistol dropped fromn his
hand , and thou time props rotor enptied
IL couple of the ehunmbecs of his revolter
into his right breast. In time saloon , itt
the tire wits a levialham ammned
1Vild Dill. Ile tried to get
behind the bar to avoid time shots , whom
time proprietor believing lminm to be u
party to the uttaek keeled him over on
the Iloo' with three bullets frotn his cc-
voler , and then left Ifni to die , while
he ctnptied a second revolver nt Duteh's
confederates wimu had esenped duciug
time fusilndo. "Dutch , " wounded aS lie
wits , uumnmged to get to his horse , mind
with his pals mmulo for the sand lulls.
Tlmoy ivurc followed by a detaclunent of
soldiers from Fort Niobrara under Lieu-
tcnant Cherry. Time guide was
a half-breed , who , during time wandering -
dering ht the hills , became
crazy , and riding up behind time lieu-
teumtt , slmot hint in time lend killing
] mini instantly. The half brecdwas afterwards -
wards kille , mid Licttenmmt Alncotnb
was detailed to search for the 1lcoing
desperadoes. IIe was successful in
capturing "Dutch , " but Reed and time
lhm'd party halo their escape.
Dutch was put him jail at Ymnkton waiting -
ing a trial on a ehargo of murder , although -
though ho claimed ho hnfl not killed time
half-breed , 1Voumuded as ho ) vas , ho
succeeded in escaping fronrtlmo prison
and leaving time country. He
tvanderccl aroaid for about six
years , when Ito reached Council -
cil Bluffs , and there lived
for about a year and a half under an assumed -
sumed name when ho wes arrested on
thoold charge , lie spentoight months
in jail and was then released. Reed
was afterwards lynched at Sidney , on
general principles as soon as ho reached
time place. 'Dutch's" hone , very likely
fer the future will be not fur from Souttm
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WABu1INGTON , Oct. 15. Tclegraphlo coat.
muhlcatlon with Charleston was restored at
an early hour this moruhmg. 'Tho lnterrup-
tlon was caused by ' ' at MaBnolla , a
' suburb of Charleston , ; tvhic ) ! in@ltcd all , thu
' tt1res muanin' inWthe city. ' '
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F. Y , Attt ater A Co , ,
1603-5 Howard street , have the only
gen ramie Jlotwe ventilating healer men the
market. These stoves give you time
lnrgcst muount of pent twain time least
consumption of fuel. They keep time
air of time room mI m'eand , ) erfectlyhenled
in all ] ) arts They also handle time
Jewett rant res which arc time
very best range evcioffered in time mar-
ket. You will miss it if you do not see
their line before buying. 'Take time
trouble to lied out the im mnouse sales
tlmey are ha'ing om these stoves. The
k wo ventilulot' and time Peesitum ranges
are not am experjmlcnt.
NIrs. lfrngrano's school for dancing at
Metrojpoltun hall , tor. 1 lth and Dodge.
Class for adults meets ovary Satardny
only timis month , mid every 'l'uesday
amid Satm'dav during the meat of the
Scasou , excepting lime third 'J'ucsdn ) in
each mouth be"imning at 8 o'clock.
Children's classes uncut 'luesday 4 p , in.
and Saturday 230 ; p. m.
Special attention is called to N. B.
Falcemer's adveetiseneuton time 2d page
of this issue.
Examined limo "Acorn" base burnor7 It
not , do so bein'o btty'ing your hunter.
'ime "Acorn" is fta mnhcud of all competitors -
itors 1111(1 costs no mo o than othcrsask ;
for inferior stoves. Ask to be shown
wily it is better tim um any other.
.IoiiN IftisSllt ,
2407 Craning Street , Solo Agent for
"Acorn" Stoves ,
Special attention is called to N. B.
Falconer's advertisement on the 2d page
of this issue.
Time hest families in time cityy are buy-
lug the Grent Hound Oak 'Stoves , it is
time coining stove far hemmtiimg pueo es ,
because it trill do the sumo work with
soft coal that a base burner' will with
he'd coal amt immmlf time expemise. W. F.
One of time finest corners on North
Sixteenth street for a few tint's imp $17 ;
100-terns easy-a sure peotlt fn this
propo'ty of 2.5 pcr cent mu six months.
llrown & Creighlom , S. E. corme 16th
and Domglus Streets.
Rent OpperUuiity Yet Offered
in the city to secure a desi ublo hone
cimeap ; two-story ton-roomed house ,
stahlu and ca'rioge , cistern and city
wntem , etc. , etc. , east front , 13 blocks
from P. 0. , nice noigimborhoodom street
car line , $0li00-1'2,030 ' cash , balance to
suit , or will ti-ado for smaller property.
VOODS' Aoaxcy ,
1406-S Capitol avenue.
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Offices delightfully vemmtilnted. Steam
and elevator service of the vary best.
Fit.txit J. H.tumit ,
_ Ihmngc's Block.
Dr. S H Patten , dentist , Room 313 ,
Range buildlmg , Omaha. Telcplmomo 50.
You can obtain any tailor system at
dress cutting school 1013 Howard.
Mrs. Bconnn is now ready to give lessons -
sons in all kinds of art embroidery.
Stamping done to order. Mrs. J , Benson -
son , 15th and Ilurney.
An lnvoieo of ladies' and children's
cloaks to be closed out at less that colt
for want of room. Mims. J. JllcNSON ,
Ititmgo Block , 16th . and Ilarney Sts ,
G' ' o.L. Fishdrh Archit'eet , Iloont 47 ,
1IEYMAN & IEICIIES.
Time- Open Their Cloak Enqorlun ;
Next Wednesday , October 10llcyman
& Deiches opera timeir cloaking and
ladies' fm'mrshmmg emporium at 1518 and
1520 Fa'nani street , tim time nov Paxton
't'he ladies of Otnitiun and vlcinlty +
have been looking forward to this evopt
for some tune everyone expecting aff
elegant display iii pet'fect iccord with
positively finest store roots in the
city. And they will not be disappointed'
for Messrs. JIeymmm & Dcichcs nro na ;
doubt opening the largest and nmost ox-
it'ns nu cloaking , buttes furnishing
turd mourning goods establislmment Ip
time tvcst. 4' ' ,
Miss McCat'tnoy , so troll and fmtvor.4
ably kuovn to the Indies of Omahum , will
be pleased to welcomme her old trlemmds
iucl the ppu1 plc generally at this ngtd
The opennmg deserves to . be a grant
success , ad if hard work. , good tastd
and nn clegmumt stock huge anything to
do with it , it will certainly be one.
Dr. Bridges' residence removed to
312 N. 22nd st. Telephone 545.
Theo trill be a nucuting of old voter-
mills of the Omaha II me department on
MonduyovemuingOctober i7. ut8o'clock
p mm. Sbar'p at the ellico of Chief Gallt-
gun for time purpose of organizing an old
vetertum's nssooutiom and to imear a report -
] port of the limamee eomniilteo of New
York reception. By order of
.1..1. GArLaaAN ,
Chief of Fire Department ,
New brick houses just completed in
Council hulls for rent , sep Odell Bros.
Special atlentlom is culled to N B.
Falconor's advurtisenmemmt on time 2d page
of this issue ,
\Vo have ono upright Piano for $175.
One upright 1'imuo for $21)0. )
One upright Piano for $225.
One upright Piano for $250.
I3argarms for a few days for cash or otS
'iusldhnehts , A. Ifosl t ; ,
Dr. Bridges' residence removed to
312 North 22nd street. Telephone 645.
Special nttentiom is culled to N. B
Falconer's advertisement on time 2d parti [
of this issue.
Travclimg lien's llcpnrtment.
Mr. IV. R. Williams , representing
Bradshmtw & Wnit , Chicago , returned
lmorno Sattrduy from mat extended tri
in Nebraska , 1Cmmusmms , Missouri an
Iowa. Jobbing trade at various pointy
is fn a prospo'oms condition and Omaha
equal to the hest , Nebraska , Southern
1)ukota and northwestern Iowa show the
best corn em'O ) i this semsot.
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Cleveland has gone from our city , but
all of time line ca ringes and buggmcs
Imnve not from Armstrong , Pottis & Co. ,
13303 Izard street. Cull turd sec us ,
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't'he only corne' 2 lots In Kountxo
Place , 81x124 , 11t lhls price , $3,5K ( ) , cash
$323 for Loth , Joint Burkor , 12 12 Fur-
F C Pestle' , printer , publisher amnt
book binder , hums removed to his new
building 1307 Iloward street. t
Areluleets and Superintendents. . ' ;
.IJodgron & Son , 20 , Iron ] lanltr'
Sea Norris , Wilcox & IUiiLcl's L.60
shobs'for Indies , , ' ' ' '
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