Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 04, 1888, Part I, Page 8, Image 8
iPW'ijt yi ? ' THE' OMAHA DAILY BEETSUNDAY ? , KAROH ,4. l88a-SIXTEEN PAGES. N. B. FALCONER , iANNUAL SPRING SALE. Spring Wraps and Jackets , New Dress Goods , New Dress Trimmings and Buttons , New White Goods and Embroideries , Hosiery and Linens and Housekeeping Goods. Fine Linens. Fine Linens OUR OWN IMPORTATION. We have just opened our spring importation of fine lin ens , which will be placed on sale Monday morning. Thdso linens are all manufactured on the old established hand looms of John S. Brown & Sons , and William Llddell & Co. , Belfast , Ireland. This is without doubt the finest line ever shown west of Chicago , and consist of 0-8 and 3-4 napkinscloths , doylies , towels , carving cloths , hemstitched sheets , pillow cases and shams to match.fine huck toweling , linen sheetings and pillow case linens. AT $2. 28 doz. 8-8 double damask napkins , at $2 ; worth $3.SO. AT $2.78. 28 doz. 3-4 damask napkins , at $2.76 ; worth $4. AT $3.28. 28 doz. 3-4 fine damask nap kins at $3.28 ; worth $8. AT $4. 2O doz.3-4 heavy damask nap kins at $4 ; worth $3. $6.78. 2O doz. 3-4 double damask napkins at $6.7B ; worth $9.6O $7.BO. IB doz.3-4 double damask nap kins at $7.8O ; worth $1O. AT $4. 18 8-1O damask cloths at $4 ; worth $0. New patterns. AT 8. 2O , 8-12 double damask cloths at $8 ; worth $7.BO. Fine hemstitched linen Sheets at $1O , $11 , $18 and $16.BO. Fine hemstitched damask tow els at BOc , 7Bc and $1. SPECIAL AT $1.28. 1O pieces fine bleached dam ask at $1.28 ; worth $1.BO. HAYPEN BROS. For Monday. Wo will make some low prices in la dies' and gents' furnishing goods. Bo on hand Monday at our great glove sale. Wo will open up for Monday's sale , 1 case of ladies' kid and fabric gloves , just received from New York , at special prices on Monday. 50 doz. ladies' fabric , silk embroidered back , on Mon- gloves 12Jc per pair. Ladies' heavy cashmere gloves only 15c , reduced from 25c. Lot ladies' flno cashmere gloves in all sizes only 25c , reduced from 50c. Children's cnshmoro gloves on Mon day only lOo per pair , worth 2-5c. 1 lot ladies' kid gloves in 6 button and monsiquctalro lengths , to be closed out on Monday at 60c per pair , reduced re duced from $1.00 $1.25. On Monday 25 doz. Grenoble kid gloves , olegautouibroidorodbacksnovor gold for loss than $1.50 , one price on this ale. 76c. CORSETS. Wo will continue our sale of corsets on Monday and will bo sold ut the fol lowing prices uptil this lot is closed , and rpmbmbor , although this is an auc tion lot , the goods are all perfect with th6 exception of the boxes , which were damaged from smoke and water. Road the list of well-known makes Sale Regular Price Price Hrewstor whalebone..75o $1.25 Jockey club 75 1.25 ThomsonsG. Fitting..75 1.00 Dr. Balls 78 1.00 Dr. Stones 48 75 Warners Coralino 09 1.00 11 Health 89 1.25 May 39' 75 Wonderful 29 50 Elsie 87 ' GO Ella . . . . : 33 * 50 HOSIERY One case of boys heavy ribbed cotton hose in black and colored , only 15o per pair , worth 25c. Childrons cashmere hose only 15c per pair , reduced from 25c. Gents linen collars now styles and shapes , only 5c each. Gents heavy linen cuffs on Monday only 15o per pair , reduced from 25c. Gents line unlaundricd shirts , made from , good muslin , linen bosom and reinforced back , only 48o , worth 05c. On Monday our New York mills and Dwight Anchor uulauudried shirts to be sold at 65c , others ask 75o. HANDKERCHIEFS AND LACES. E&dics' fast color fancy border hem stitched lawn handkerchiefs , 3o , worth lOc. lOc.Ladles' Ladles' linen hemstitched handker chiefs , new styles , lOc , worth 2oc. Sheer linen lawn hemstitched hand kerchiefs , 25c , reduced from 50o. Ladles' linen collars in great variety and low prices. Real Torchon linen lace as low as ic per yard , worth 5c. Five thousand yards linen lace atl , 8 , 6" . 7 and lOc , fully worth 25c per yard. Pillow lace , 3 inches wide , at 2c per yard , worth lOc. Silk veiling in everV shade , 10,15 and 18o per yard , worth 35c. Jta. Kirk & Co.'s and Colgate & Co.'s toilet soap at 5o per cake , worth lOc. Cologne , 10o. worth 25c. Next Monday , March 5. , is our great ribbon day such quality and variety , and such priced. Come and see for your self , HAYDKHf BllOS. , 110 and 118 10th St. The members of the "Burns club" of Omaha will give a social party at Mtv- ionic hall on Friday evening , March 0. A cordial invitation is given to all Scotchmen. In the words of Burns : "All y whom social pleasure churms , Wfcote lieart the tide Of kindness warms , Who bold your being on the tertiit W-ool . . . Dress Qoods In colored wool' dress goods , we will show some very new and choice goods. Such as chnlles , outing flannels , broad cloths , silk warp henrlettn , etc. in all the new colorings , such as chasseur , fennille , chatlque , giroflle , canard , acier , & noyer. Odd Lots at B7c. We have received today an odd lot of fine French dress goods 44 inches wide , that are worth from $ l.OO to 81.50 per yard there Is only tan and mode shades in the lot and we close them out atB7c. Fancy J reneh. Suits $8.80 ; worth $12.BO. 24 fancy French suits with .plain and stripe to match , 44 inches wide , full pattern at $0.13O ; worth $12.8O. At $7.50 , worth $15. 1O fancy French suits , plain and fancy to match , in light shades only , 44 inches wide , at$7.8O , worth'$18. At $10 , worth $25. This is a lot or fine French suits that are worth from $23 to $4O , but they have got a lit tle damaged on the outer fold , we will close them out at $1O. There is only 12 in the lot ; they are a great bargain. $2 Per Yard , Worth $2.BO. 4O pieces of broad cloth in every new and staple shade , all thoroughly sponged , at $2 worth $2.OO. Albatross Cloth 41 pieces albatross cloth in 41 different colorings , 42 inches wide at 7Bc. Each aid the other. § Como to my bowl , coino to my arms , My friends , my brothers 1" Tickets at Moldrum's , Farnain St. , and N. B. Falconer's. Jones' Monday Bargains. On Monday L. O. Jones will offer sev eral extraordinary bargains in the chil dren's department at 1309 Farnam. Among them will bo boys' solid red and blue striped plaited waists at 2oc. , boys' indigo blue plaited waibts at 39c. Boys' Fancy llannolette waists , lacoi fronts , 08c. , and 100 pairs all-wool knee pants , all sixes , regular dollar pants , at 74c. on Monday. Also 50 boys' $3.00 knee pant suits , now and stylish patterns , at 81.9S , and "Jones , ho sells pants. " * O'Donnhoo & Shcrfy , HAVE TO MAKE A STILL FUR THER REDUCTION of $10,000 in their stock before they can find a purchaser. In order to do this , wo will SELL GOODS DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS REGARDLESS OF COST. WE WILL NOT CALL ATTENTION TO ANY PARTICULAR ITEMS. AS ALL OUR STOCK IS ON SALE AT A LITTLE MORE THAN HALF PRICE. PRICE.O'DONAHOE O'DONAHOE & SHERFY , 16th St. , next to the Postofllco. * Our attention has just been called to the fact that the Union Pacific railway will sell excursion tickets to the G. A. R. encampment and the meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps , at Cheyenne , March 13 , at ono faro for the round trip. This goes to show that the now manage ment of the Union Pacific are up with the times , and propose to bo more lib eral with its patrons than ever before. The agent hero , Mr. J. S. Tebbots , in forms us that ho will begin selling tickets for this excursion March 11 , and continue the sale for three days , but they must bo used going on the same day purchased. Returning they are good until March 18. The cortiiicates of the post commander , adjutants of the United States army posts or secretary of the Woman's Relief Corps Js all the identification that Is necessary to secure these reduced rates. $1OOOO Stock of Household Good * At immense sacrifice to pay advances , less than cost of material for cash'or easy weekly payments. NKW YOHK STORAGE Co. , 1608 Capitol avo. BURLINGTON ROUTE. Free Chnlr Cars to Chicago. Are run by this line every day , leav ing its own Omaha depot (10th ( and Ma son sts. ) at 6:45 : p. in. Colored porters in charge. Ticket olllco 1824 Farnam'streot. Grand Public Sale. At fair grounds , Hastings , Neb. , March 16th , 1883 , at 1 o'clock p. m. , the entire stock of Mlrago stock farm. Eighteen head of high-bred trotting stock , consisting ot 3 stallions , 1 gelding and H marcs and fillips. Send for catalogue - loguo now ready , to H. W. Sisson , owner , Minden , Nob. , or to F. M. Woods , auclionoorLineoln , Nob. MnttruttSPS Only $1.08. Dealers' price'$3.00. Everything else in proportion ; Call at iNow Y-ork Stor age Co. , 10.08'Capltol'avonue. ' * \ A surprise , when smoking "poid.cn- boi-g.Figaro" for , 5o.you will hud l cigar. Abk youi'-doalor for'them. it We are 'showing more French sateens this season than can be found in all the other stores in Omaha com bined. These sateens are manufac tured by KoechlinBaumgart- ner &Co. , the largestand most reliable manufacturers in the world. They are printed on the finest cloth manufactured , the colorings are guaranteed to wash and not fade. The designs and colorings are perfect and no kind of wash fabric Is so popular for summer wear as sateens. The prices of these sateens aro-SBc , and EXTBEME PATTERNS , tC ; . Zcpliyr Ginl | 4O pieces fancy zephyr ging hams at 28. Reduced from 38c and 4O. French Sateens 15c , 2O pieces plain colors French sateens at 15c , worth SOc. i GINGHAMS , 5c. 1 case apron checked ging hams , 5c , worth 8 l-2c Seersuckers lOc. 1 case fancy striped seersuck ers at lo'c , worth 15c. 2 cases ZanzibarandPuritan suitings at 12 l-2cworth , 17 l-2c Spring Wraps and Jackets HAYPEN BUGS. Arc IjettiiiK Down Prices. Brocaded silks and satins in black md colors at 39c n yard , was never sold ess than 81.25. The best bargain over ottered. "Wo will offer Monday. March 5 , n full ino of 24 in. surah Bilk in all the now shades and the very best make at 65c , positively worth $1.2-5. Black and colored gros grain silks and taillo francaiso , fully warranted , at Ooc , 75c , 99c and $1.15 , would bo good value for $1.10 , $1.85 , $1.75 and $2.25. Satins in all the new shades , the best grade at 48o , reduced from $1.15. Courtuulds black crepes , C5o a yard. Silk wart ) and all wool honriotta cloths G9c , 85c , $1.10 and the very best at $1.45 , just half the price usually asked for thcbo goods. All the now fancy wool dress goods at lowest price over named on them. A good 36-in. English cashmere , 12'c , former price 35c. All wool double fold dress flannel at 18o a yard , others ask 35c for the same. $ wide brocade dross goods'nt 4c , 8e and lOc , these are worth seeing. 50 pieces American sateen On Monday at 5c a yard. 32-in. wide American sateen > at7ic a yard , worth 16c. ' * Best grade American sateens at lOc and 12Jo a yard. \Vo have the beet assorted stock of American sateens in Omaha and wo have some of the prettiest patterns in French sateens which were , ever im ported. Wo have imported sateens that wo nro selling at 26c a yard. Scotch zephyr ginghams at 18c , 20c and 25c a yard. 200 pieces J fancy cambrics for shirt ing at 2Sc a yard. Yard wide unbleached sheeting at Slcayard , worth 7jc. Turkey red table linen at 19jc per yd. fast colors , worth 45c. Curtain scrim lace , stripes , at 7c , worth 121c. Full taped lace curtains , nt 75c a pair , worth $1.50. A beautiful line of lace curtains , 7 yards long and tape bound , at $1.35 , $1.60 , $1.00 , $1.75.$1.85 , $2.00 , $2.25 , $2.75 , $3,00 , $3.50 and $4.60 upair , nothing like them over shown for the money in this city. 60 ps. host make of apron-checked gingham at 5Sc per yd. 7-lb feather pillows at 81.15 a pair , worth $1.60. Largo size white bed spreads at 55o , 76c , 85c$1.00 , MAS , $1.60 and $1.76 each. Wo don't allow any house to undersell us hi this line. See the 12-4 Marseilles spreads which wo oitor at $1.98 a piece , cheap at $3.00. We will offer two bargains in bath towels on Mouday , tho'bost bargain \vo ever offered in this line and you will have to bo on time if you want to secure any of these. 25 doz. extra heavy unbleached Turk ish towels ut lOc each , worth 75c each. 25 do/ , extra largo and 'heavy family slzo Turkish towels , at 25c , worth 76o each. The sale of white silk embroidered flannel will bo continued this week at COc , 75c , 85e , OOc , $1.00 , $1.15 and $1.25. The stock is not as largo us it was but there are still some nice patterns loft. White dross goods at 5c. 80 , lOc , 12Je , 15c , 18c , 20c and 25o per yd. Bargains in Turkey rod fringed cloths , all the sizes on hand. Just received another shipment ol wall paper , the newest and best.deslgns we havo.'opcnod this seasons * , > / ' HAYDpirBnosr , . ' v . , 110 and 118 sfluth 10th st , , . , . ' . ' Omaha , Neb. ' * The tuuerauJf Mrs. Eliza Hugus will take place Muriday 2 p. . , March 6. ' . Fine India Linen at 2Oc , worth 2ic. Fine India Linen at 2Bc. Cannot be duplicated in Omaha at less than SBc. Fine India Linen at SOc , worth 4Oc. Victoria Lawns. Victoria Lawns at lOc , worth IBc. Victoria Lawns at 12jc , worth 17c. Victoria Lawns at 18c , good value at 2Oc. Novelties in WHITE GOODS. We are showing an elegant line of choice novelties in fine White Goods. Nearly all of the patterns shown are confined to us in Omaha , and we can not duplicate them again this season. They range in price from 2Bc to 38c. We ask cus tomers to come and examine this stock as nothing like it can be found in Omaha. We beg to call attention to our stock of fine Masnlias , India _ Dimity , fine Swiss , French 'Nainsooks and Organdies in - qualities and assortments that 1 cannot be found outside of New , York or Chicago. S RIM. SCRIM. BOOO yards plain Scrim atBc per yard , worth ISc. This Scrim comes 42 inches wide and is a great bargain. 1 case Lace Scrim at 12jc , worth 2Oc. * 1 case Lace Scrim at 18c , worth 2Bc. ' 1OOO Rush Shopping'Bags at lOc each , worth 2Bc. _ EMBROIDERIES : BQOO yards fine Embrolde- . , ries.at3fc , w > rthfrom6 to 8jo. MRS. J. BENSON. ' "We.l'roposc to Givu Our Customers a Benefit on .Monday and Tuesday , March 5 anct O. WE WILL SELL OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF CORSETS COMPRISING 40 DIFFERENT LINES OF THE MOST POPULAR AND BEST STYLES THAT ARE MADE AT 20 PER CENT OFF. Corsets the usual prico. $1.00 , We will sell for 80 cents. $1.25 , " " " " $1.00 , $2.00 , " " " " $1.60. $2.50 , " ' " " $2.00. $3.25 , " ' " $2.60. $5.50 ; " " " " $4.40. $0.50 , " " ' $5.20. Included in these styles nro V. , P. D. , C. P. , S. C. , F. C. , P. N. French woven , long and short. Madam War ren , Dr. "Warner's health coralino and abdominal ; Madam Foy-Yatisi. Dr. Schilling. Century. Higgins. Easy hip. Short hip. Three of the best makes in nursing and the best waists for ladies and children that are made. We also have a nice line of boya shirt waists just come in.MRS. MRS. J. BENSON , Cor. 16th and Harney St. Daily excursions have been arranged for , over the Union Pacific railway to San Francisco , San Diego , Col ton , Los Angeles , San Bernardino and San Jose , Cal. . also to Portland , Ore. , at $80.00 for the round trip. Tickets are good 60 days for oing passage and good for the return trip for six months from date of sale with the usual stop-over privileges in both directions within these limits. These tickets are also good by way of Denver and Salt Lake City in bach di rection. The agent , Mr. Tebbots , tolls us quite a number of our townsmen are thinking of making the trip soonand it would bo well for those intending to go in select parties to sec him and arrange for their accommodations. The traveling agent , Union Pacific , in this city , will give you any further in formation in regard to these excursions. Parties who prefer can correspond with Mr. J. S. Tobbets , G. P. &T. A. , Omaha , Nob. . Special Noticn to thelliadlcs. Monday , March 5 , wo .shall olfer for sale the iincbt stock of pnrlor.sliites , bed room suites , tables , chairsiat less than one-half cost of material and wo invite your inspection. NBW YORK STORAGE Co. , 1608/Cubitol / ave Important. The old reliable Clark's ? thread upon white spools only , better knohn to trade as the ' ; O. N. T. Spool Cotton , " has become - como , very popular in Nebraska , partic ularly in Onmha , so mucha so that the finest sewers with the needlo'or sowing machine will have none olherbn account of its smoothness and general superior ity. Ladies und dressmakers call for it. S. P. MORSE < k Co. Another .Robbery To charge $3.00 for mattrasses , when we Boll the best , made for tl.98. and everything else in proportion , a > the. Now York Storage Co. , 1503. Capitol avenue. * ' t SpecialttfSlioe Dealers. ' The H. F. Shorey stock of boots and shoes-at Central City , Neb , , will bo sojft nt auction on Thursday , March 8 , ak .41 o'clocK p. m. The goods aro' all nay and clean , as the atoro was , open but 'two months- ! * . . , $1OOOOO Trust Funds. , ' .Talend on improved inside city prop erty ; Apply for ono week to E/S : Bisbeo , Ramgo block. , V f BOOO yards of Embroideries at 8 l-8c , worth 12 l-2c. 3BOO yards of fine French Embroideries in short lengths at lOc , worth from 18c to 2Bc. FLOUNCINGS. 42-inch Embroidery Flounc- ings at $1.BO , worth $2.28. 42-inch Flounclngs at $1.05 , worth $2.28 , 42-inch Flounclngs at $2 ; many worth $3. AND BUTT ! We open Monday our new stock of Dress Trimmings and Buttons , Jets , Gimps , Braids , Tinsel Braids and new com- blnatlons in colors. New But tons in a very large assort ment and at very reasonable prices. prices.LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSIERY. We have four prices in All Silk Black Hose that we know- are very good value and cheaper than anything we have ever sold. They are all new fresh goods and we know they will sell fast. Ladies' pure Silk Black Hose at $1. BO. Ladies' pure Silk Black Hose at $2.OO , Ladies' pure Silk Black Hose at $2. BO. Ladies' pure Silk Black Hose at $3.OO. We call special atten tion to this price , as we sold the same stocking at $4.BO last year. On Monday morning we MRS. M. A. W Elegance , Convenience , Privacy , Sat- infliction Guaranteed. Owing to continually increasing busi ness Mrs. Wallace was compelled to seek more commodious quarters for her dressmaking parlors. She has secured a five years' lease of the entire second story of the now brick building on the s. o. cor. 10th and How ard street. This large Hoer 1ms boon irrangod under the direction of Mrs. Wallace , and is a model of fitness and convenience for the dressmaking trado. The several suits of parlors are ele gantly furnished and so arranged as to secure the lady customer all the privacy of her own hprtio. The workrooms nro nicely appointed , supplied with and presided over by , the best modistes pro curable. Mrs , Wallace visits Now York City twice each year to secure the latest styles in the material and makeup of ladies' garments. She will leave for her spring visit of inspection in a few weeks. Mrs. Wallace keeps on hand a nice line of the latest novelties in dress goods and trimmings for the convenience of her customers. Thoroughly master of her profession , a competent judge of correct style , and with unequalled facil ities for first-class work , the ladies of Omaha cannot do better than to see Mrs. Wallace before placing the order for their spring trosseau. Telephone 772. THE HEAMNO ART. Good Reports of Thankful Patient * . Probably nothing new under the sun , but the same old tale of suffering re lieved will always bo a welcome story to him who is in need of help. The audi ence at the Grand opera house yesterday will doubtless novcr forgot the words of cheer uttered by those who were treated publicly by Dr. French , the magnetic physician. Ono gentleman , treated the Saturday previous , gave the most un bounded proof of permanent relief. Yesterday ho ran across the stage , say ing to the audience , "I have not done so for three years , and my doctors told mo I could not bo cured. " , A lady re ceived her third treatment for a with ered hand yesterday. She raised it before the people almost restored. Many cases of deafness gave every evidence of lusting benefit. Ono little boy who had been treated two weeks before said , "My ear is getting better all the .time. " Ono lady had her little girl treated f < ? r kidney troubles. Said there was a marked change for the bettor. A case of blindness told every ono how ho now sees , and the married daughter-spoko publicly of the great change in her father's condition. These cures are done in public and all are in vited to witness them. The doctor can not remain much longer in Omaha as engagements are made clbowhoro. So there is need in calling soon as ho will not take cases unless he cun be hero to treat them. Ofilco at the Arcade hotel. Consultations free. Auction Bale of furniture of a 16 room house , consisting of bedroom seta , car pets , heating stovds , ono fine range , Kitchen and dining-room furnitura , to take place on the promises , 1008 South 13th Et. , near Mason sti , on Monday , March 6th , at 10 a. m. Albo I span of draft horses , young and kind , two Dur ham milch cows , ono good , wagon nnd double sot harness and sundry other goods. ' WEST & ALLEX , A . Auctioneers. c".x * ' . Second Ward Republican Glut ) . 0 ,01il > members nrc mi nested to attoi\d thevmeetiug to bo hold In Alderman. Caspar's oTtlce , S. lath st. , .on.Monday , March $7slp. , to elect delegatesto attend the ' sjht > ponvontfon. , ' Seo. will open a big : line of Black Moire Silk. These Moires are made of the same silk as our celebrated "Falcon" Gros Grains and will give splendid satisfaction. Black Moire Silk at $1.28. Black Moire Silk at $ I.BO. Black Moire Silk at $1.78. Black Moire Silk at $2.OO. KID GLOVES , We open Monday our new stock of Tfouresse and Ramuger Kid Gloves in all the new colorings and embroid ery. ery.On Monday wo will open our spring stock of wraps and jackets. Showing the very latest styles imported , and at very moderate prices. Jack ets S8.OO. $6.BO , $7.8O and $1O.OO : all very new stylish and splendid value. Fine Beaded Wraps at $1O , $12 , $18 and $22.BO , in all the newest styles and much cheaper than similar goods were sold for last year. White Goods. Special bargains in new goods for monday. We bought largely of all Cotton goods be fore they advanced in price , and can offer some wonderful bargains in India linens , nain seek and all kinds of novel ties. 1 case fine checked Canvas Cloth , in different styles at lOc ; would be cheap at 2Oc. 1 case Lace Stripes at IBc ; regular price 28c. INDIA LINONS. We beg to call special atten tion to three prices of India Linen at2Oc , 2Bc and SOc as being at least 28 per cent bet ter value than can be found in any store in this city. Get samples of what other stores are selling at these prices and compare with ours. Real Estate Transfers. L Y Sikcs to G C Hobbcr , 18 lots In South Exchange Place , w d f 2,000 Catherine C Conlow and husband to Keka Van Gilder , w60 ft of lot 14 , blk F , Prospect Place , w d 5,000 A S Potter et al to Mnrpnrct Spcllman , lot 8 , blk 7 , Bedford Place , w d 1,500 J 1 Uodick and wife to William II Smith , o X of sw % of sec 1-15-13 , qcd 1 Leo It Mayno to S J Wclgel and B J Clark , lot 2 , blk B , in Belvedere , w d 1,500 J McCabe und wlfo to W O Bridges , lot 7. blk 12 , In Plain view , w d 2,250 It T Maxwell and wife Anna M to J W Bagloy , o 20 ft of lot 10 , blk 834 , South Omaha , w d 780 John Goodfcllow to William Goodfel- low , lot 17 , blk 1 , in Melrose Hill , W d 400 Harry D Reed et ul to L Chrlstcmoji , w 40 ft of lot 11 , blk 7 , in Hazel Ter race , wd 300 Harry D Heed at al to L Cbristonian , lot 11. blk 7 , Hazel Terrace , w d. . . . 800 James G Mcgcath ct al to Margaret H Wileox , o % of lot 1 , Dlk 137 , City of Omaha , qc d 100 AUR Bcnzon ct al to Louis Krolt/.scb , lot 5 of Benzon & Johnson's sub-div SPRK , w d 750 Jno H Gibson and wife to Jno Peter son , lot 1 , blk 7 , Pullman Place , w d 500 J W Bishop to John F Flack , n 85.82 ft of e 107.82 ft of lot 100 , Gsea1 ! add , wd 4,500 J W Bishop to John F F Flack , lot 20 , blk 5 , in Paddock Ploce wd 2,150 Jno F Flack to Ellcry It Hume , lot 19 , blk 4 , in Potter & Oobb's add , w d. . 2,400 M D Polk to C D Jones and S B Har vey , lot 14 and 17 ft of o side of lot 2 , blk 4 , Donlse'sadd.wd 14,000 Harry E Cole to James Cole , lot 1 of Williams' sub of lot 6 , Dcnlso's add , wd . . * . 2 200 ' ' ' ' ' H A kostcrV to (3'W Sypiic'r's.'iot 6 , blk , Hosiers' add , w d 250 H A Hosiers toTB Sypbers , lot 4 , blk 1 , Hosiers' odd , wd. 250 Edward Hannan ct al to Annie M Johnson , lot 8 , blk 3 , Riverside add , w d 125 Sarah J Goold to Lucy M.I ones , lot 14 , blk "I , " Saunders & Himebaugh's add. w d 1,400 Goo W Hicks to David W Young , lots 83and 84 , VinUm place , wd 1,500 T23 transfers , aggregating 44,200 Building I'ormitn. The following permits were Issued yester day by the superintendent of buildings ; Mrs. Mary P. Shears , addition to dwelling , Twenty-fourth and Capital avenue $2,500- , Nelson Fodden , barn , Meredith avenue - , . nue near Thirty-third , , . . . . .T. 400 Nelson Fadden. cottage. Meredith' avenue near Thirty-third. < * i " 600 Michael Jacobbcrger , pottage , Gar- neld near Grand . . , . . . . . ' . 500 Four permits , aggregating. $3,900) ) * , * ' Members of . the Congregation of Israel arc hereby notified 'tliat the semi-annual meeting , will bo hold at the vestry room of the synagogue on Sunday , March' 4th. at 3 o'clock p. m. A full attendance is requested. By order Sigmund Blatch , Secretary. , i * A FllmRjr Falsehood. In.the police court proceedings in yester day's' BEH _ might have been noticed a para graph concerning the testimony of one Ada Boynton , a feouth Omaha prostitute , who was on trial "forlarceny , in which she states that the mayor Of South Omaha frequently came to the house of which she was on In mate to gamble. His honor's friend * , whoso names uro legion , were very much incensed at the report , and doubless there Is good grounds lor their indignation. Mayor Savage is known all over the state as a gentleman of honor and common decency , to say the least , and to suppose ( or one moment Umtho would frequent a low brothel such as the one Ada was an Jnraato of is a mere' piece of folly. The house incnttoned , IB only frequented by the very lowest beings of that unliappy clous of humanity , and- for a1 gentleman holding the jiosition and' the social standing Mayor I V , HOSIERY. HOSIERY. Special bargains for Monday and all the wook. On Saturday wo make a grand sale of ladies'and childrons'Hno hosiery at wonderful figures. Ladies fast black cotton hose at 19c , worth 86. Ladles' fast black cotton hose at 25c worth 40. Ladles' fast black cqtton hose at 8.r c worth 60. Ladies' fast black cotton hose at COc worth 76. Ladies' full , regular inado bnl- briggnn hose at 16o worth 25. Ladies'fancy striped cotton hose at 19c worth 25. Ladies' fancy striped cotton hose at 29c , worth 46. Ladies'fancy striped cotton hose at 35c worth 60. Ladies'fancy striped cotton hose at 60c worth 75. Ladies' ( English ) Ingrain cotton hose at 4c ( ) worth C5. Black Hslo IIOBO at 42o worth 65. Colored lisle hose at 60c , ro- duccd from 75c. SILK HOSE. Colored silk plaited hose at 69c , worth $1.00. Black ellk hose at 85c , worth 11.25. Ladies black pure spun silk hose , at $1.60 , worth $2.76. CHILDREN'S HOSE. 50 dozen misses cotton hose all sizes from 0 to 8 } . at25c , worth 40c. 60 dozen misses colored and black cotton hose at 85 , worth 46o. EMBROIDERED KID GLOVES , G9o. 75 dozen 4 button , embroidered kid gloves in tans , slates and black , at 09c. worth $1.25. CORSETS , CORSETS. 40 dozen health and Derby corsets - sots , Bold everywhere nt 31.00. Monday the price is G5c. HALF HOSE. Mono' British half hose at 19c , worth 25o. Mens' fancy striped cotton hose at 19c , worth 25c. Metis' fancy half hose' at 25c , worth 85c. Mens' French ribbed brown moco half hose at 26c , worth COc. MENS'NECKTIES. 144 dozen mons' fancy silk nud satin neckties at 25c , worth 60o. All now spring stylos. " Savage docs to stoop so low would botba sheerest folly and does not dcscrvo the slightest credence. i Tuesday evening , March 6 , you nro cordially invited to attend the second of a scries of entertainments given in the parlors of the Young Women's home , 1910 Dodge street. An interesting pro gramme is being prepared. Miss Fonda will recite , and there will bo both in strumental and vocal music. Admis sion , 25 cents. Prohibition Notices. Sunday and Monday nights Michael J. Panning will speak at the Seward Street M. E. church. Tuesday and Wednesday nights at the Swedish Lutheran , corner Cuss and Nineteenth ; Thursday und Friday nights to ae announced hereafter. Professor Samuel Dickie will speak next Saturday evening. March 10 , at Exposition [ mil. Professor Dickie is from Michigan and is an ex-president of Albiun college. Ho baa been appoinlcd national secretary by Iho pro- hibitlonists to 1111 the vacancy ceused by the death of Hon. John B. Finch , Division Superintendent Blickcnsdcrfor , ot the Union Pacific , has issued an order that on and after Sunday , March 4 , all engines will be run into and out of the now round' house at Council Bluffs. 1888 Spring 1888. Arrival of spring goods. Ratngo , The Draper. Ramgo's Building , second floor. Another Past Driving Accident. The fast driving continues on the crowded } thoroughfares and the latest victim is llttla Fred Wright , who narrowly escaped getting killed yesterday uftcrnoon. He was on the crossing of Thirteenth and Farnain when a man named E , H. Moore came driving at full speed on Farnam street. Ho did not slacken his speed when Hearing the crossing and his team ran against Freddie , knocked blm down and trampled him under foot. The vehicle also passed over him. The little fel low was picked up senseless and carried into KrcsBlcr's drug store , where he-was properly cared for. Ho had a number of slight wounds , but the only bruT ono was where Iho horse's hoof struck Ills forehead , tearing the jlcsh from the skull. The wound wan sowed up and .tiiio 'boy taken homo. , Miss Austa Plutmer , who hns recently been attending Valentino'a Shorts-hand institute , has accented a position 01 stenographer with F. W.Mcugnn & Co. , of this city. fi"f Stole No. S'u Dog. ' During the absence of flro company No. 8 at a fire night before last , some thief sneaked into the engine house and made away with a valuable liver-colored bird dog ilial was a great pet with the members of the depart ment. The boys seem to think that they have n clew to the thief , , ' Attorney Baldrldgo has'removed into newly-furnished rooms in the Barker block. Proprlttor Omaha Builnttt Ctllegi , ' , IN WHICH li TAU9HT , ' Book-Keeping Penmanship' - , , ' C mm relHUwlh rthtnJ.T l | rt Wiit tni Typ wrXi | i t nd for Ccllk Journal. S. E. Cor 10th and Capitol Avcnu * . '