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THE OMAHA DAILY BtiE : SATURDAY , DECEMBER 3 , 1887.
THE BEET SUGAR FACTORY ,
Lincoln Buslnosa Mon Much lutor-
cstod In the Project.
A VERY FAIR PROPOSITION MADE.
ttho Movers in the EnlcrjtrlHc Will
KlirnlHli $ . " > ( ) ( ) , OOO of tlio ! jlOMOO ( ) (
JtcqHlroil Kmytli'n Mlllt In-Hit-
[ rnoM THE IIKK'S uxcot.x nt'iinu'.l
Tlio proposition for the now beet Htipnr
liliutt for Lincoln 1ms been received , mid It
is undoubtedly tlio best | > ro | > osltlim itmdo to
tbu city In Homo time. Onu fuaturctlmt Is
rntrunumlliiK It to the public IH tlio fuel tlmt
Ilio projectors of the plant pioposo to put
> 00U , < X ) In It , nnil usk of the dti/urn only
f lXtXK ( ( ) , iind tlmt the amount bo taken In
fttoclf. The fact that the cmnumiy It willing
to Invent llvo dollars for every dollar linked
from the city , and Unit they do not ask this
amount a.s a donation but us stock In the
jiliuit , Is uvldenco In Itself that the projectors
liavo confidence In the Invcstinunt and inoiiii
an Investment that must result In business
HiiucosH. It Is evident that an outlay of
| 000UO , ( ) will mean a great deal of buMnu s
and the employment of u Cornminklent to
materially ineroaso the population of the city
lind busliiuss In many lines. The question of
Inking the stock is before the people and the
board of trade and some of the enterprising
cltl/ons have taken hold of it so tlmt It Is
very safe to say that the proposition will bo
iiulekly accepted and that the city will add It
to its improvements for the coming yciu.
SMYTH'S ) .MII.ITI v COMI-ASV.
The following order has been issued for or
ganizing the company at Omaha :
Special Order No. 'JS. Lieutenant Colonel
Harry S. Hotcliklis , Inspector general , will
proceed to Omaha Friday , December 2 , by
way of the U. & M. railroad , for the purpose
Df mustering Into the Nebraska National
( Uiard a company of infantry that has been
Drtranbcd by Hon. ( J. .1. Smyth through au
thority given him in special order No. " .
By order of the comnmnder-lii-chief.
A. V. Coi.n ,
srrnnvn roruT rwx'injnixcH.
Tn the siipreme court yesterday fli-orge E.
Evans , of HulTalo county , was admitted to
In the case of King vaGsantner , the motion
to dismiss was ovei rule'd and the cause con
tinued ; State ex rcl Burns vs Brown , order
to show causa returnable January I ! , 1S8S ;
Laugdon vs State , defendant to tile brief In
ten days and submitted ; Newman VH EdWards -
Wards , Gcnrgn S. Smith appointed referco
to take testimony and report llndini ?
by 1st day of January term , 1S8S , for
third district ; Pierre VH Hcllman , dismissed ;
Davis vs Wright , dismissed ; Black VH Cuban
( two cases ) , dismissed ; Gibson vs Gibson ,
motion to dismiss overruled , plaintiff to give
security for costs in thirty days ; State ex
rel Hobcrtson vs School District 7 , Franklin
county , dismissed. The following causes
were argued ami submitted : Bollnian vs
Lucas , State ex rcl Norfolk VH Babcoek ,
Bollmau vs P.isowalk , Mcrriam va Dovey ,
Johnson vs 1'arrottc , State ex rol BufTalo
County VH Allen , Lavender vs Holmes. U. P.
Ky. Co. vs Smersh , Bernstein vs Brown ,
Berro vs Mnorhead , Ansk'V vs
Pninhro , Gaster vs Wolnn , Gcrecko
VH Cniniiboll , Armstrong VH Midtllestadt.
The following cases , were continued : Pluui-
mer vs Shellliorn , O'Dcmnell vs Gcarey ,
Grimes VH Cannell , Ashby va Grecnslade ,
Western Mutual Association vs Pace , Hobin-
son vs Smith , AViswell vs Hockstresser ,
Marks vs Klrkpatrlek , Ashby VH Washlturn ,
Ingrain VB State , Johnson vs Walker , Max
well VH Gibbon , Moore vs Parsons. McGluro
vs Lavender , Willis vs State , Loney vs
Court tmy , Bookwalter vs Lansing , Trestor
VB Mo. Pae. Hy. Co. , Lancaster County Bank
vs Gregory , Stubendorf VH Huffman , Guc vs
Jones , Noyce VH Jones , Gilbert VH Jones ,
HoKcrs VH Umpklo Co. , Hotel Association vs
Waiters. Schallcr vs Omaha , C. B. & Q. U.
U , Co. vs Manning , Wiggcnhorn vs Kounl/ ,
Lamb vs Wognn , Wnhoo VH Dickinson ,
Hondcrshot vs Nebraska National bank ,
Kmerson vs Updike , Wan en vs Barsby ,
Whltcomb vs Uced , Cartuichael vs Dolen ,
Crelghton vs Gorum. Bets vs Sims , Boyd VH
Wilcox , Wood vs Bradeen , Sornbergcr vs
HulTman , Kiorstcad vs Brown , State ox rel
Attorney General vs Madison county , Bis-
Hell VH Fletcher , State ex rcl Oyler vs Har-
lan county , Orleans VB Perry , HnlTvsSHfe ,
Newall vs Kimball , Stabler vs Bmdenip ,
Adams County Bank VH Morgan , State ex
rel Franklin County vs Cole , \VeU > ver vs
Armstrong , Hogcrs vs Thurston , State e < c
rel Crawford VH Graham , State ox rcl Short
VH Sherman County , Reed vs Smith , Hull VH
Powell , Pierce VH Oard , Arapahoa VH Albee ,
I'dttit vs A say.
Court adjourned to Saturday , December 3 ,
nt S'M : o'clock n. in , , when court will proba
bly adjourn ni tie d io.
STATl ! HUUSK XOTI'.S.
Governor Thayer departed yesterday for
Omaha , to attend the mustering in of the
militia company and to join the committee for
the Journey to Washington.
In the supreme court yesterday the argu
ments In the case of the board of transporta
tion vs the Fremont & Elkhorn Valley road
wore deferred until to-day.
Secretary Laws lias advertised for bids for
the construction of tlio Nebraska industrial
homo at Milford. Bids will bo received up to
December 10. Blake & Co. , of Oinulia , arc.
The work of Bending forth the compiled
statutes of the st to continues at the secre
tary of state's oflleo , and the greater part of
the state has now been supplied. Incidentally ,
it might bo remarked , that the house and ROII-
nto Journals have not yet Iwcomo visible , not
withstanding tlmt it is nearly twelve months
slilco the session opened and over nix months
nlnco the copy of the journals went into the
hands of the printers. The law contemplates
the publication of these journals within sixty
days after the close of the session , but us
there Is no penalty to the law the State Jour
nal , which has the contract for the printing ,
laughs at the law anil scorns to delight to
smother the record from public view us long
The. late rain has played havoc with some
of the block paving in the lower part of the
city and n few such oxierionces | will illus
trate the fact that it was not far-seeing Judg
ment when storm water sewerage was voted
down in the city. The damage to excavations
nnd foundation walls occasioned by flooda
will , in addition , make expensive cases in
A harness shop situated on Twelfth street ,
between O and P streets , was entered by
burglars on Thursday evening and a quan
tity of lap rones extracted. As the place in
question is in the very heart of the city it
would bo Interesting to know under what
particular box the policeman on tha beat was
csconsed when the burglars were plying
In the district court Judge Chapman has
rendered a decision in the Wullin case hold
ing that the long journey of the defendant
was scarcely what it was represented and
that his proiKHty went into the property now
in his second wifo's name nnd that the attor
ney for the divorced wife. J. W. D. Pierce ,
1 is entitled to recover on his claim the sum ol
$3,71(1.4' ( ! , now duo. The defendant exceptcd
and has the customary tlmo In which to inuku
G vens. under Indictment for shooting with
Intent to kill , plead guilty to thosecoiul count
in the indictment that was assault nnd battery -
tory and under the plea Judgu Chapman sen
tenced him to imprisonment in the county
Jail for thirty days.
The elect no light company that lias ex
pended largo sums of money in the past six
months improving their plant and putting in
Incandescent light in business houses , turned
on the light for a tent last evening. Amonw
the buildings lighted throughout by the new
light Is the Capitol hotel building.
' The hundsomo and substantial block
erected this season by the H. T , Clarke Drug
company Is completed , ready for occupancy ,
and the Clarke Drug company is moving tc
the same , where they occupy ono-tllird of the
building. H. P. Lau , wholesale grocer , also
occupies a third of the building , and a whole
snlu hard ware house from the cast U ncgotiut
ing for the balance of the block.
John M. Thurston , of Omaha , Is In the
city on business nt the supreme court.
Kx-Judgo Stull , of the First district , was o
caller at the capital city yesterday.
John H. Hawley , solicitor of the Fremont ,
Elliliorn & Missouri valley rail it ) ml , is in the
. Commissioner Scott has gone to Kearney
for n brief buslnc1) * visit nt liU former
D. 0 < Courtiiny and F. M. Cooke ere homo
fromtk visit to the Incarcerated statesmen nt
the Omaha Jail.
George K. Kvans and John P. Hartmnn , of
Kearney , arc attendants nt thq supreme
Tlio worst feature about catarrh IH It3
( Innjrorout tt'iiduncy to ( 'oii.HUinptlon.
Howl's ) Siii'Muwrlllii cures catarrh by
SOUTH OMAHA XHWS.
S. D. Terry , of Beatrice , registered at the
H. H. Laird , Sidney , la. , Is on the market
with n car lot of hogs.
William L. Sparks nnd John L. Skcene
mi ) at the Exchange hotel.
The ladles of the Baptist church have post
poned their oyster supper until Saturday
C. L , Trow , of Wisncr. Neb.t nnd D. N.
Wheeler , of Pender , Neb. , uro in witli con
signments of hogs.
Up to noon 103 cars of hogti and IS cars of
stock were received. Prices ruled about lOc
higher , with heavy hogs in good demand.
A man said to bo John Kichardson fell
from a building nt the end ofthedotlblo , trauk
yesterday aftniiioon. Hofus seriously In
jured and passed through to Omaha on the
" : ! ! U dummy.
The streets were so nearlv Impassible that
the church society of the First Piesbyterian
congregation failed to meet yesterday. Those
who were picsent adjourned till further
J. G. Staffoard , of Sharon , la. , Is a guest
of McCoy Bros. , and spent the morning in
looking over the yards. Ho sa.\s they're '
good for n starter , and will be encouraged by
stock raisers in his vicinity , who have loui ?
been bled In Chicago.
City Marshal Klco had n gang of men re
placing the street crossings yesterday , In
pursuance of an order issued by Mayor Savage -
ago and Chairman Smith. Mike O'Hern
didn't wait for the order and replaced the ono
at the corner of N stieet at his own expense.
James Duggan , an old-timer , became so
disgusted with the mud yesterday that he
took a room at the Benson house without
consulting the proprietor or paying for the
privilege. Ho was found nt ! l a.m. , handed
over to the police , ami fined $10 nnd costs
Kiiterpriso lodge No , 70 K. of P. hold their
annual meeting Thursdav night and elected
the following otlleers : J. H. Johnston , C. C. ;
George Ball , V. C. ; 10. 1C. Wells , K. of U.
and S. ; J. P. Hayes , M. of A. ; G. Heiithcr ,
M. of E. ; W. H. Loughlin , M. of F. ;
K. C. Marsh , P. ; J. F. Ilitehardt , John
Hobinson and S. W. Dennis , trustees.
Shippers say that although hog cholera Is
to ucci tain extent prevalent just now.it is
moro the want of proper and sufllcient food
for hogs that is causing them a loss. Con
signments hnvo been shipped from some dis
tricts in Kansas to Nebraska , but the poorly
fed pigs and sho.it s were unubloto stand the
journey and died on the way. There is u
close inspection at the South Omaha yards ,
howo\cr , and nothing but the best go.
Ferdinand Sterling can't get along with
his mother-in-law , but does very nicely with
out her. Her name is Magdalene Witt , and
she formerly lived in Council Bluffs , where
Ferdinand wooed and won her daughter.
Things did not run very smoothly , however ,
nnd ho and bis wlfo moved to South Omaha ,
.vliero . they lived quietly until Mrs. Witt fol-
owcd them across the river. Yesterdav ho
amo homo to Hud his house cold and de
serted , no supper ready , and his wile
nwity with her mother. . He , of
ourso , objected , his motlier-ln-law
liad her say , and as a result , a warrant w.ii
issued charging him with assault and bat-
lory. Judge Ueutherheard the evidenco.and
us the wife sided with her husband , so did ho ,
and dismissed the ease.
The AVciiker Sex
: ire immcnsolv strengthened by the use
ofDrvR. V. Picrco'si "Favorite Pre
scription , " which cures all fcnmlo do-
iitfonionts , and gives tone to the sys
tem. Sold by druggists.
Carrier Service for November.
The city postofllco carrier service for the
month of November was us follows :
Number of curriers OS
Doliverv trips dullv 73
Collecting trips dailv 74
Kegistered lettois delivered 1.1KII
Lcttei-H delivered , TillHO
Postal curds delivered llKr ! > 59
Newspapers , circulars , cto 7-Ht.0 ) ;
Local letters collected W\ma \
Mall letters collected - H74KUi !
Postals collected 101,557
Mail postals collected . ' 14'J,002
Newspapers , etc 47,184
Special letters delivered 434
Lclaiul hotel , Chicago.
Mr. Slmernl'H Good Work.
The criminal docket of the September term
of the district court was closed yesterday
and no more trials will take place until the
January term. County Attorney Sim-
enil may well bo proud of his work. Nearly
thirty convictions stand to his credit , while
but six acquittals are on the debit side.
Teeth that loosou through ill-health
May bo rendered moro secure ,
Flaccid gums and fetid breath
Soon grow healthy , sweet and puro.
SOXODONT brings this about ,
As the world long since found out.
Not tlio Man.
John Dugau , who works for Mallory * &
Gushing , railroad contractors , and who was
acquainted with the John Qulnn who killcO
Charles Smith at .Scotia lust summer , called
nt the jail yesterday for the purpose ol
identifying the man held there as the mur
derer. While he recognized u strong resem
blance ho was positive ho was not the inun.
Use. Brown's Bronchial Troches for
coughs , colds and all other throat troubles.
-"Pro-omincmtly the best. " llev. Henry
An Exclinujteof Compliments.
Isaac Bnttln , secretary of. the Omaha Gas
Manufacturing company , sent a check for
$100 to Chief Gulllgun , of the Uro department -
ment , yesterday , us an ucknowledgmcn
of the services rendered the gas company u
their Into lire. The chief wishes to return
on behalf of his men , through the columns
of the BEE , hearty thanks to the gus com
Ho Nipped n Ticker.
George Johnson , u colored youth nedabo\i
ten years , was arrested yesterday foi
stealing a watch out of the .show case in the
store of Livingston Bros. , corner of Twolftl
street and Capitol nvcnuo.
ltistineiioroxcolli > nce proven In millions o
liome * for more tlmn a quarter of n century. 1
Is used liy the United SttUcs Uoverniuent. E
rtorseil by the heads of ths croat unlvprsltlcs
the Strongest , 1'iireet ami Jlost llealthtul. Ir
rrlcostlie only Hiking j'ouder tlut low no
contain Ammonia. I.IiHc or Alum. Sold only u
New Vorl , Chlcsw , . 6t. Louis
A GREAT MANY
Of our customers , after seeing the incomparable bargains we offered during the last two
weeks express astonishment at the prices. The secret is simply this. The warm weather and
late season have had a very depressing effect upon the wholesale trade. Manufacturers are
overstocked and discouraged and the same goods which a few weeks ago they intended and
expected should bring them a fair profit , they are now ready to sacrifice at almost any price.
This is the chance for the retailer. It is merely a question of who can use the quantities. The
firm that does a large business can take advantage of such opportunities. We are in this hap
py position. Our ample resources enables us to buy in enormous quantities for cash ; we sell
on same terms and the quick return of the money makes the smallest profit satisfactory. Any
one can seethe force of these remarks by coming and pricing our goods.
Another lot of those fine Chinchilla Satin Lined Overcoats at $14.50. The first lot sold ao quick that during
ilic past few clays wo had to disappoint many customers , who called for that coat. Wo are now pleased to say that wo have
received another supply of these same coats , only with this difierence , that the first ones were velvet piped Avhile these open
ed now are with corded edges ; otherwise in every respect the same first class garment , the like of which was never offered
for less than twice what we ask for it , $14.50. i
Another lot of Overcoats to which we call attention is a splendid Shetland , lined with double warp Italian satin
sleeve lining , silk velvet colar and corded edge. These we have in blue and Oxford colors , sixes 'W to 38. It is an elegant
coat for a young man , very nobby and of splendid cut. Wo offer it at $8.90 and guarantee the real retail value of it to bo
at least $15.
In Single Pants , we.make for this week the following remarkable offers :
Ono lot strictly all wool , heavy Avinter weight , grey striped Cassimere Pants , well made at $1.50 , fully worth $3.
One lot heavy all wool Fine Cassimere Pants , in dark neat striped patterns at $2.10 , worth $4
One lot very fine silk mixed Cassimere Pants at $3.50 , worth $5.50.
One lot of elegant Worsted Goods , in choice patterns , at . $3.90. These last are equal to any custom-made pants and
have never been offered for less than $ G to $7.
Remember that in our Boys' and Children's department can be found suits and overcoats at
about one half their real value and for which we challenge comparison.
In our Hat and Cap department , we offer a large assortment of fur and other winter caps , far
below the prices of others. Genuine imported Scotch caps , high crown , at 35c ; sold everywhere
at 6Oc to Toe. Good heavy knit caps , turban style , men's and boys' sizes at 30c. Jersey caps ,
silk lined , men's and boys' sizes at 4Oc , which cannot be bought elsewhere for less than 75c to $1.
In our Glove department , we carry the largest assortment of winter gloves and mitts and offer
some big drives.
Good heavy knit wool mitts , men's sizes 2Oc , boys' sizes 15c.
Very heavy bes-fulled wool mitts at 4Oc and 45c ; sold by other dealers for 75c.
Good lamb lined kid gloves at 5Oc , which would be cheap at $1.
Good fur top gloves at 5Oc , worth 75c.
All goods marked in plain figures and at strictly one price.
Nebraska Clothing Company ,
Corner Douglas and 14th , Streets , Omaha.
* - * OVKU A M1LUON D1STHIHUTED
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporate ! by tlio Legislature In 1 < 4H , for Kilucn
tlonnl unit Clmrltuhlu pnrimwi , anil Its franc lilfo
niiulu n purl or tlm present State Constitution , la 137V ,
tj nn ovenUielniliiii populnr vote.
lt ( inind Slnclu Number Uruirlnin take place
monthly , mirt theCininU Homl-Atinual Drawing retsu-
lurlj every six months ( June und December. )
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervise thear-
ruiiKonicnti for nil tlio monthly ami ? cmt-anmmt
lriwlnK : of The Loulslnmi Mnto Ixittcry Company ,
anil In pcmon manaKO ami contiol the clrnwltma them *
rclvo , anil that the same are conducted wltlibonnsty
( Hlrnoi and In Kood faith toward all purlin' , ami w
authorize the Company to n this cvrlllknta with
Ino hlmtlcs of our ilgnature attached , In Ita utlvcrtlao-
We , the undpnlgnrd Hunks and Hankers will pay all
Prltci drawn In the I ulslnmi Htaui Lotteries which
may ho presented at our counters.
H.OOLKSnv , l're . Louisiana National Iltnk.
I'lKltUR LANAUX , 1'res. State National Bank.
A. BALDWIN , Pros. New Orleans National Hank.
( . 'A 111 , KOIIN , 1'rcs. Union National Dank.
GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING
In ( tin Academy of Music , Now Or-
Tucadny , December 13,1887.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
1OO.OOO Tickets at Twenty Dollars
Fact ) . UnlVoH $1O ; Quarters S5 ;
Tenths $2 ; Twentieth * $1.
i IST OF ruizts.
i pni7.K OP n , i i . imoon
1 I'ltlXK UK lUU.UIl la . . . . 100.UU
1 I'KI/.K'OK HUIUH . 8WII
ll'UIZKOP 25.UO Is . 3ll )
2 rm/.i.s : m' manure . ai.uu
S I'ltl/Kb OF 5Marev ( ) . 2S.UI )
25 I'lll/.KS OF l.OUOujoh . 2i. ( JI
111) ) PIII7.KS OP Sllarn . ) .u )
30 I'ltl/.KS OF fiUJaro . UMU )
W ) l'Kl/.K3 OK SOU arc . lUU.UUU
> AITlin.XIMATION 1MIIZK3.
100 I'rliosof UV approximating to
HUOiU ) I'rlto arn . 00,005
100 Prlies of f 100 approximating to
I1UJ.UU l-rlie are . 30,000
100 1'rlneit of * ) approximating to
| jOW ) 1'rtzo are . aOUO )
TEitMisxr , rni/Fs.
1,000 Prizes of 1100 decided by. . . .tMJ.OOO
Trine are . , . 100,000
1,000 1'rltcs of UU ) decided by. . . .JIOO.OGU
_ 1'rlioare . ; . , . 100,009
3.1311 I'rltcs amounting to . tlftYiID
Korcluh rates , or any further Information apply to
theuiulerdjinoJ. Your handwrltlim must bo distinct
mid slKiiaturo plain. Moro rapid return mall delivery
will bu assured by your enclosing an envelope bearing
Snd 1'OSTAh N OTKS , express money orders , or
newoiork Kxchangoln ordinary letter. Currency b
0M. A. DAUPHIN.
WASHINGTON , 1 > . c.
Address Registered Loiters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK ,
_ NKW OULKAN3 , LA.
IVllilTLlliMJillilVcriils ' ' " ' " " That tbo presence of Gen-
Karly , who art ) la thtrueof the drawings , u a eu r-
mice of absolute fairness and Integrity , that tbo
chances are all equal , and that no ono can possibly
dlrlno what number will draw a Prlio.
HKMKMIIKIl that the payment of all prlies Is
OUAIIANTEKD MY KOCH NATIONAL HANKS OfSEW
oiu.r ASS , and the tickets are signed by the president
of an Institution whose chartered right * are recoic
nlicd In fie highest courts ; therefore , ucnaro of any
dilations or anonymous seticoiei.
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
LINCOLN. , NEB.
The best known and most popular Hotel In the
stale. location central , appointments Hrst-clasn ,
Ilctdquirter * for commercial men and all political
and public gatherings.
E.I' UOOGEN Proprietor.
WUNDEVE'LOPE'D ' PARTS
. it the body cnUricd and itreafthtned. Full partlo-
alftn Uctloil ) free. JU11M ULO ; CO. . liuffala. N..X.
FOR the year 1888 FRANK LESLIE'S
" POPULAR MONTHLY , " which has
* been aptly styled "THE MONARCH OF
THE MONTHLIES , " will be better than
ever. Articles upon topics of current
public interest , sketches of eminent per
sons , strong and brilliant stories , and
poetry of a high order , profusely illus
trated by the best artists , and all by
writers of recognized merit , will fill its
pages. To the old and favorite corps
of contributors will be added writers 01
promise , and no effort will be spared to
keep the magazine ih the foremost rank.
In the November number was begun an
earnest and powerful tale ,
"PRWLDCIFER"liy , Etta , Pierce ,
which hai already attracted widespread
attention and charmed multitudes of
readers. Subscriptions may begin , if de
sired , with the November number.
Each issue contains a
Full-Page Picture in Colors ,
the series of twelve forming for the year
a beautiful collection of gems of modern
The "Popular Monthly" contain * 128 large
octavo pages , nearly twice the matter of
similar publications , and is not only the
best , but-by far the cheapest , of any of
the of magazines for the people.
$3 per year ; 25 cts per copy.
Specimen copies , 15 cents.
MRS. FRANK LESLIE ,
63 , 55 and 57 Park Place , New York-
Sample Bottles Free.
AD Kfflclent Remedy for
DiitrrhnoaChnInra Morbua , Dyncntory
And all Disorders of the Bowels. Imported by
Uihaloritch , Fletcher ft Co. , Cincinnati , 0.
Kor tale by the following dealers ! lllchardson Drug
To. , lllake , Ilruce A Co. . Adler & Heller. Gladstone
llro - ACorrank Dellono & Co. H. It. G roue , and
all wholesale and retail druggliU , liquor dealer , und
wlno merchants everywhere.
uueuce.SurTouiO < ibllttyruiiBud
tlirout'herroja nnd bud practice * C
UZ ttCAI. CO , & Locust it.
The competition , although all others have the
cheapest clothing. We pride ourselves on the
finest and the most complete , at prices which
defy competition. We have not been in Omaha/
as many years as some , but we have and still
receive , the consideration of judicious clothing
buyers. This is what we do for those who be
come our patrons :
9 0.80 WHICH * VAS IflADJC TO OllDEBl 1'OIt : : : $20.OO
la.oo " : : ; us.oo
15.70 " " " : : : : 'J .OO
19.3O " " " : : : 4O.OO
31.80 ' : : : : 5I.OO
27. O " ' " " " : : : MO.OO
354.8O " " " " : : : : 5.OO
And many others too numerous for mention. Our variety of Suits is not equalled
by any three houses in America : equal to any taste in style of pattern and cut. A
few of the many
$ 0.2OWHICH WAS MADE TO ORDER FOR $20.OO
11.QO " ' ' " " " " 26.OO
13.4O " " " " " " " 3O.OO
17.2O " " " " " " 35.OO
23.7O " " " " < l " 46.OO
2O.3O " " " " " " 6O.OO
. " " ' " ' ' " .
Our Furnishing Oooilx Department ig most complete ; the best ii
Ilio cheapest , and wliut wo carry i Hiioli Co tmtisfy hard uurned
Misfit Parlors ,
1119 - - FARHAM STREET. - - 1119
OMAHA , NEB.
THE WA8HBURN AMERICAN GUITAR !
AND MANDOLINE *
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fcVON * HKALYs ! 028Ut t. . Chicago.
ST , LOUIS , MO.
MlMUFACTimillSO' FIN !
I DEHKS , BANK COUNTERS.
BANK , COURTHOUSE ,
I B * tWerk tad Lowest Priest
Guaranteed. 100 p Illutt'j
. CtUlenie. ylijMttyerprlnteil , seatfte. . IbnUt.Ta.
Owing In llie lateness of tlis season wo
Olid ourselves oyerstocM vnthilEoaiKl
medium priced overcoats , and in order
to reduce Hie ojiaiitity we propose to sell
most of them within the next 10 days ,
and have made prices that will insure a
speedy sale :
Our $ 5 overcoats now go for $ 3,00
( I 0 t K
11 10 " " 7,50
II II I. .
" 20 " " 14,00
It'c have rcititcftl in the same ratio
Fur and Fnr Trimmed
and if you need one I/OH wltl/inU
this the best opportunity net offered
this season. We have had such a
grand .success of our
SaJc that we have just added a ffit
more stifles of desirable suits thai
are selling at other stores till the way
from $14 to $28. We place them aH
in one lot and sell them at cnc price ,
We also have a fine and large a <
nortmcnt of nobby styles In suits ,
which we are offering at cut ( .rices.
We Really Have Ho Competition
in Our Boys' ' and Childw1
For our line of
Boy's Suits & Over
7s very complete nnd our price of
, ftl for a tiobby boy's jachet and
pants , in ayes from. 4to IV years , i *
Itanl to beat anywhere ,
For Men. * and * Boys.
: . . 1308 Farnam St. . .