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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.FRIDAY ; , MARCH 80 , 188a
Our Paris Novelties
Have all boon rooolvod and Is by far
the largest In the west. It is general
ly conoodod that the styles wo show
are ono season in advanoo of these
shown elsewhere in Omaha. This is
dud to the , fact that wo are the only
direct importers in our line in the
city having a resident commission
aire in Paris.
Among the late desirable fabrics , wo
offer a Una of Black
PEAD DE SOIE ,
nn entirely now fabrio'worranted to
wear. Prices very reasonable.
$1.50 $ , $175 $ , $2.60 $ & $3 $
French Broadcloth ,
16O pieces newest shades in
French1 Broadcloth , very flno quality
Ht $1.5O a yard.
ORGANIZING STATE ILITIA ,
( general Orders Issued By the
LINCOLN'S MUDDY STREETS.
Four Miles of 1'avlng to Be Laid
Hits Sxiinnior Nebraska's Vol-
. untccr Soldiers Scat to
the Pen City Items.
TUB DEB'S LINCOLN IHJttEAU.l
The following general ordora'havo been is
sued by the adjutant general.
J3y virtue of authority conferred on mo by
Jaw , permission Is hereby given for the or
ganization of an Independent troop of cav
alry at Nonpareil , Box Dutte county. And
in this organization the state docs not assume
any obligations to furnish equipments or
This company Is authorized to hear arms ,
* and to drill , and to meet at such times and
place as It may think proper. It Is also per
mitted to select such name as in may think
proper. Uy order of the commander-ln-
chlof. A. V. COLB , Adjutant General.
By virtue of authority conferred on mo by
law , permission is hereby given for the or
ganization of an Independent company of in
fantry at Lisbon , Perkins county. And In
this organization the state does not assume
nny obligations to furnish equipments and
This company Is authoilzod to bear arms.
nnd to drill , and to moot at such times ana
places as they may think proper. By order
of the commaudor-in-chlof. .
A , V. COLB , Adjutant General.
FOUn MILES OP PAVING.
The streets of Lincoln , outside of the
small area already paved , have boon prac
tically linpassablo the past week , so much so
that hacks have rofuscd to answer calls.
This state of affairs has boon very uninviting
to visitors to the stuto capital , and has placed
the city , BO far as Its thoroughfares are con *
corned , In an unenviable light. However ,
there Is a bright future in comparison with
the present , nnd Councilman Bllllngsloy
fctuted yesterday that there would ho four
failles of now pavement laid the present year.
This amount of paving will bo sufllclcnt to
jjfl all the business part of Lincoln out of the
jnlro and glvo good occasion for the assump
tion of metropolitan airs. Of this now pav
ing work , only ono district of the four is
iinder contract , and that was let last season
to II. T. Olarko. This district will bo paved
with cedar blocks , the same ns the district
completed last year , but the material for the
other districts and the contracts nro yet to
be submitted and passed upon , The agitation
Of brick as a paving material is occupying
the attention of the city papers.
aos'B TO TUB rcN.
Yesterday PaulWIggius , the form hand
vrho robbed his employer , was sent to tha
penitentiary under sentence of ono year's
Imprisonment. "Wiggins after his thievery
etlutfrsed a chock that ho stole and attempted
to cash It at West Lincoln , which dlrnctly
led to his arrest. Upon being arraigned
( n court ho plead guilty and n great deal of
ympathy wits expressed for him and that
bis sentence might ue light. Hli explanation
ot his act was that for dumngo done to prop
erty a portion of his wages were kept book
ana ho took the money , as ho expressed it , to
get oven. Among his effects was found a
receipt given to W. H. Wilson , a neighbor of
the man for whom Wiggins worked ; he ex
plained that ho had found the receipt , bat
the sheriff on inquiry regarding it found that
it was stolen from Mr. Wilson a short tinio
ftgo , together with n gold chain , u pocket book
nud $5 In money. The fact shows that Wig.
gins was moro than thlovlng to get oven with
fits employer and that any sympathy in his
'direction U wasted.
Lieutenant Dudley has Just completed In
the adjutant gunoral's offlco n rosHcrof the
volunteer soldiers of Nebraska who were In
the service of the state from 1801 to IbGO. The
work has been done under authority of Gov
ernor Thayer , and under the supervision of
the dutant ] general , and the list is as com-
jilctu us It has been possible to make it , con-
nMorlng that the records have Inln in the
du.t for years nnd have boon carted around
the old capital building without much care or
attention. The adjutant wants to add to
this roster the correct list of every volunteer
soldier now living In the stato.
8T4TB HOV'SE NOTES.
Friday and Saturday.
To-morrow morning wo offer 250
Ladles' ' Spring Jackets embracing all
the newest colors and black.
At $3.00 Each.
In this lot will bo found many tailor-
made Black Bouolo Jackets with bound
edges , that In reality are worth $5.00.
Choice oftlte lot 93.00 oncli.
New Spring Wraps Received and Now
on Sale ,
Ladies' Spring Jackets
$3.50 and $4.5O.
60 rdgular $5.00 quallly plain Black
Jersey Jackets will bo sold Friday and
Saturday atS3.50 each.
60 of thcr same quality as above , with
braid bound edges , wo offer at the ex
tremely low prices of S4.60 each.
Ladies' Spring Jackets
During the next two days wo place on
sale a lot ot light and dark shades
Ladles' Spring Jackets worth $7.60 ,
Sale price $5.00 ouch.
Ladies' Spring Jackets
Our buyer secured a ' remarkably
handsome lot of all the newest spring
shades in Ladles1 Jackets , At regular
price they are worth $10.00 to $16.00
each. During this sale wo have marked
the lot all at ono price , $6.00 each.
thq following cotarles : Eugene F , Seavor ,
Omaha ; E. D. Chase , Elgln.Antolope county ;
Ellslm M.Cowan , FrecportChoyonno county ;
Frank FuUer.-HoySprings , Shortdan county ;
George J. Warner , Red Clond , Webster
county ; Henry t > . Wilson. Geneva } Eillmoro
county ; W. JB. Clark , Ashland , Saundcrs
A meeting of the secretaries of the state
board of transportation was held at thqir
rpom yesterday morning. No business of
importance was transacted beyond setting
case ot Pawned City against the ( lock Island
road for hearing April ao. .
Governor Thayer and wife doparto'd yester
day for North Bond , where they will remain
Constructlon.work on the dome of the capi-
tyl building Is progressing rapidly and the
iron frame work Is nearly in place.
Mra. H. A. Babcock , wife of Auditor Babcock -
cock , is in Washington attending the wo
Major Birnoy , of tha llvo stock commis
sion , attending the convention of caltlo-
mon at Denver.
cjrr iTB fs.
The republican city convention meets at
Bolmnnan's hall to-night with the prospect
of a long -contest among the aspirants for
the ofllco of police judge.
A warrant was issued in justice court for
two parties who are accused of inciting
parties to Commit an assault , The warrant
is issued under n law passed at the last ses
sion of the legislature and the hearing will
bo the first in this place under Its provisions.
The case against the B. & M. special police
for assaulting J. H. Dean was continued over
to 3 o'clock to-day to secure additional wit
Lincoln is largely represented nt the state
teachers' association at Fremont , fifty of the
teachers of the city schools going by special
carovor thoElkhorn line to attend the ses
The gentlemen in the city who- have In
charge the placing of a bull team in the
Western leaguq have been trying to secure
"Pap" Shaffer as manager. Thov were a
llttlo late , however , as lie had already signed
at DCS Molncs.-
The democratic primaries were held last
night and were spiritless and very lightly
attended. They will endorse largely the pro
hibition ticket ,
It Is announced that the prohibition party
will start a dally paper the present summer
to boom the third party work during the
presidential campaign. The Now llopuhllo
ofllco hero will bo used and it is stated that
they will manage to have the afternoon dis
District court Is still handling Jury cases ,
Boino of them haVing at stake financial cases
ranging aa high as ? 10. The cases of the
past few days bavo been unimportant , and
very few now cases have been entered on the
cocket in the past two weeks.
The lodge of Elks recently organized In
this city has secured the entire second floor
of thn Shabcrg building , opposite the Capital
hotel , which will bo remodeled and finished
especially to their order. The rooms will
comprise the ledge room proper , banquet
room , billiard room , reception room , closets
and nnto rooms , and bo supplied with all
The state university opened for the spring
terra yesterday after a vacation of two
weeks. A largo number of students who
have passed vacation at homo have returned
for the closing term of the year.
Don't Get Caught
This spring with your hlood full of im
purities , your digestion hnparcd , your
appetite poor , kidneys and liver torpid ,
ana whole system llnblo to be prostrated
by disease but got yourself into good
condition , and ready for the changing
and warmer woajhor , by taking Hood's
Sarsapnrillu. It stands unequalled for
purifying the blood , giving an appetite ,
and for a general spring medicine ,
Will Give Five Acros.
A BBR reporter called upon Mr , Nason ,
chairman of the committee of the board of
trade on locating industrl es in this city ami
ascertained that that body had twenty ,
four applications from eastern manufacturers
under consideration , The most recent of
these was the largo glucose factory spoken
of by parties in Peorla. Mr. Mason said that
ho had written the applicants for u detailed
statements to what they desired in the way
of land and bonus.
Another gentleman who was later seen by
the reporter , said that the Qato City Land
company would give llvo acroi of laud and
aid in fitting up a bonus to bo given to the
proprietors of the glucose factory ,
if they should docldo to locate
upon the same. The ground
would bo furnished with trackage , be con-
veiuciit to the road , have a station and bo
In addition to the many bargains al
ready advertised during the week , wo
quote beldw several noteworthy bar
Nottingham Lace Cur
tains , 75c a Pair.
For to-morrow and Saturday wo place
on sate 100 pairs fine Nottingham Lace
Curtains , taped all round ,
Siilo price 75c n pair.
Nottingham Lace Cur
tains , $1.25 a'Pair.
This lot received with the above ship
ment will bo found tobo the best value
wo hav6 over offered. They are all
taped edges and come in rich and beau
tiful patterns ,
Sale price $1.35.
Nottingham Lace Cur
tains at $5 a Pair.
Wo have about 75 pairs In odd lots of
2 and 8 pairs of a pattern. Wo have sold
them from $7.50 to $10.00 a pair. Dur
ing this sale wo hope to clear the lot
AT $5.OO A PAIR.
Chenille Portier Cur
tains , $12 a Pair.
Wo call your attention to this lot as
being exceptionally good value. AH
como with chaste , rich designs and
handsome dados , and are actually worth
SALE PRICE $12.OO A PAIR.
Window Shades ,
Friday and Saturday we place on sale
1,000 of the above Shades , 7i feet long ,
deep fringe on bottom , and best spring
SALE PRICE 6Oo EACH.
only mlle south of South Omaha. This prop
osition will be extended to the glucose men
when they are heard from again.
A Reprieve For the Condemned.
Wretched men and women long con
demned to suffer the tortures 'of dyspep
sia , are filled with new hopes after a ,
few doses of Hosteller's Slomach Bit
ters. This budding hope blossoms info
the fruition of certainty , if the Bitters
is persisted" in. It brings a reprieve to
all dyspeptics who seek ils aid. Flatu
lence , heartburn , sinking at the pit of
the stomach between meals , the ner
vous tremors and Insomnia of which
chronic indigestion is the parent , disap
pear with their hatefulprogenitor. .
Most beneficent of' stomachics ! who can
wonder that in so many instances it
awakens grateful eloquence in those
who , bonelltted by it , speak voluntarily
in its behalf. It requires a graphic pen
to describe the' torments of dy8popsiav
but in many testimonial received by the
proprietors of the Bitters , these nro
portrayed with vivid truthfulness. Con
stipation , biliousness , muscular debility ,
malarial fever , and rheumatism are re
lieved by it. _
Kiiiclitu About teAt
At a meeting of the Omalm Second llcgt-
inent 1C. of P. a committees wfts
appointed to make arrangements for the
transportation of the members of the onlor
from this slate to Cincinnati to at
tend tlio meeting of the supreme Jodgo
which is to taUo place there during
the days between tlio 5th and 10th of next
Juno. The committco consists of Colonel
Brown , Major Donnelly and Captains Hpy-
ward , Cracor and Saclcett. They will meet
to-night and hold a conference with n similar
committee which will arrive from Lincoln.
It is expected that at least 300 persons
will attend the excursion , a largo number of
whom will bo of the uniform rank. Nebraska
will Join Illinois and Indiana in their advance
upon the recent Porkopolls.
Jonks had a queer dream the other
night. Ho thought ho saw a'prlzo-
fighters' ring , and In the middle of it
Blood a doughty llttlo champion who
mot and deliberately knocked over , one
by one , 11. score or more of big , burly-
looking follows , as they advanced to the
attack. Giants as they worn in size the
valiant pigmy proved more than a match
for thorn. It was all so funny that
Jonksvoko up laughing. He accounts
for the dream by the fact that.ho had
just como to the conclusion , after trying
nearly every big , drastic pill on the
market , that Plorco's tiny Purgative
Pellets easily "knock out" and boat all
the rest hollow I
A M older With n Btnr.
Tlio BUB is doily In receipt of letters com
plaining of all kinds of grcivancos , and accus
ing people of nil kinds of- misdeeds ,
A largo number of these missives
contain no sl/jnaturo / as If the
writers wore afraid to ba Identified. A sam
ple of those reached this ofilco yesterday ,
which claimed that Secretary O'Neill of the
Bricltmouldecs and. Sellers' union had "got
down so low as to go and bo a special police
forjtho B , & M. " The writer claims that ho
is a union moulder.
The most astonishing , safest and
promptest remedy for all affections of
the throat and lungs is Dr. J. II. Mo-
Loana ! Tar Wlno Lung Balm. 25 cents
Judge John 8. Frlosner.
John S. Pricsnor , common pleas judge of
the Thirteenth Ohio district , is in the city on
professional business. Judge Friesner , al
though a young man , Js considered ono of
the ablest Juribts in the Buckeye state , as
well as ono of its most popular and inllucn-
tial democratic jK > liticinus.
It Is rumored that the B upply of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup Is , not equal to the
demand. Druggists should prepare
themselves for all emergencies as the
pconlo rely on them for this remedy.
No preparation could have made such
a reputation as Salvation Oil has , with
out intrinsic merit of the highest
order. It kills palu , Price 25 cts. .
2c a Yard ,
6 cases Standard , Shirting. Prints ,
worth Oic ; during the next Ion days 2c
a yard. Wo will sell , not more than 10
yards to each customer.
( \w \ a
For the next two days Wo offer 5,000
yards of best Standard Prints , at 3c. Not
moro than 12 yards will bo sold to each
Another lot of best Indigo Blue Call-
cos , just opened and for the next two
days offer thorn again nt 6c. Wo will
sell only 12 yards to each customer.
Best Domestic Satines ,
Wo offer again during the next two
daystho balance of our best Domestic
Sntines , worth 25o ayard. . For this
sale1 wo have marked them at 12-Jo a
Mens' Kid Gloves , 87c
Wo have been able , lo secure 25 dozen
mare of the same styWMens' Kid Gloves
that sold so rapidly during our recent
sale , as they are wprfri $2 a pair ; they
caipot lost long at 8'c < a * pair.
Brolto His | JC > K Again.
C. Brown bas been confined to his homo at
Thirteenth and Nicholas streets /or sixty-
four ( lays with a broken thigh bone. Yes
terday his limb was pronounced sufficiently
lltaalcd for him to lakon short walk. Ho
started cast on Nicholas , but botwcon Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets ho had the mis
fortune to slip and fall down , breaking his
leg in the same place. Ho attempted to get
up , but fell back fainting. The patrol wagqn
was called and the unfortunate man taken to
his homo again to undergo another long siege
The Rmmctts' Eighteenth.
The Emmett Monument association is rap
idly completing arrangements for its
eighteenth annual ball , to bo given next
Monday evening at Exposition hall. The
membership of tills organization comprises
n large number of the first citizens of
Omaha , and has n most thoroughly deserv
ing and highly patriotic object. Its efforts
certainly will moot with hearty endorsement.
The bull Monday evening will bo on a grand
scale , and tickets nro sought for with great
Thousands of Flowers
must yield their sweet odors to produce
one ounce of Cashmere Bouquet Pcr-
A Dangerous Brnlco.
Early yesterday nt the railway crossing
on Tenth stieeta IIOPBO car and train came
very near having a collision. The foreman
of the switch engine jumped down to loose
the brake on tlie car , and in doing BO the
crank rebounded , knocking him to the ground.
On being picked up It was found that lie had
sustained a alight bruise on the forehead ,
He soon came lo himself and was able to
lesumo his work.
llriclc lUnnufiicturers1 and Moulders.
At the request of the Brickmouldors' and
setters' union , Messrs. M. lltncr , II. Smith ,
D. J. Collfns , J. F. Smith and Mr. Klo-
wilt have boon appointed by the brlckmak-
crs1 association to confer with a committco
from the moulders for the purpose of reach
ing an understanding on the rate of wages for
the ensuing year. The conference will beheld
hold next Saturday morning in room 433 ,
Paxtou block , _
Union Men Strike.
J , F. Coots the contractor on the building
at Seventeenth and Faniam , started Op yes
terday with eight non-union bricklayers.
The mortar mixers and hod carriers refused
to wor ) : and struck , but their places were
nt oneo filled. A crowd soon gathered , con
sisting chiclly of union workmen , but no
demonstrallons wcro indulged In outside of a
llttlo talk , and work ISjprpgressmg as before.
Its superior excellence proven In rallllons ot
homes for more than a nuttrtor of a century ft 8
Is used bo the United Suited Government. Uu-
dorsed by tbo heads of Uie ( Ircut Uiilver ltles a
tUo Btronge.st , 1'uroBt and Most Healthful. Dr
1'rlae's Or earn Making I'owder does not contain
Ammonia. Mine or Alum. Bold onh-ln cans.
P1UCB IIAKINOPOWDEUOO. ,
New York _ CiiictfO tU. Louis
Wo have received many now and sty
lish goods at our "VVhito Goods Depart
ment , and offer along with the bargains
already advertised in this department ,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ,
The following special numbers :
French Batiste ,
50c a Yard.
KThoso nro manufactured for us espec
ially by Gros Roman & Clo , Paris ; como
In beautiful designs , figures and stripes ,
and considered the latest novelty for
early summer wear.
OUR PRICE FOR FIGURED
OHALLIES , 16 2-3o.
New Striped Nainsook
20c a Yard.
For Friday and Saturday wo offer 2
cases handsome Striped and Chocked
Nainsook , bought by Mr. Morse for spot
cash , -at a great sacrifice from actual
value. Regular price , 85c.
SALE ? RIOE 20o A YARD.
SALE OF WOOL LAOES AT 2o A
YARD STILL CONTINUES.
Checked Nainsook ,
Wo hrivo 5Q pieces at this price. Our
patrons will find thorn worth 25c.
SALE PRICE FRIDAY AND SAT
URDAY , 12 l-2o A YARD.
rpttE SCIENCE 01 ? MTE. tbo
great Medical \VOrfc of the
ng on , llanliooil , Ncrvoai and (
Thjslcnt Debility , rrcmnturo' '
'Decline , Errors of Youtli , and
the untold ralsorescon ! aquem
thereon , COO pages 8TO , 123
prescriptions tor all diseases. >
Cloth , full B t , only $1.00 by'
mall , scaled. Illustrative sample free to all young
and mldillo-agcJ men. Send now. The Gold nnd
Jen died Jledal awarded to the author by the Na
tional Medical AMOcIatlon. Address P. O. box
1893 , Uoston , Mats. , or Dr. W. H. PAHKEtt , grad
uateof Harvard IIcdlcalCollene.lHyears'practlco
In Boston , vrho may bo consulted confidentially
Specialty , Diseases ol Man. Office No. 4 Eulonch at.
CAPITAL PRIZE $
"Wo do ucrobr certify that we mpervlso thear *
rnnccmftnts for all ttio monthly and quarterly
DruwliiKS of The Louisiana htate lottery Company ,
nnd In person innntKe and control the dranlngi thorn-
FC'lvcs , and that tlio eanio are conducted with lionoity
fntrnesi and In iiood faith toward all parties , and wo
authorize the Company to use this ccrtlllcato lth
fac similes of our signature attached , la Ha adyortlee-
We , the undersigned Dnnks and Hankers will pay all
I'rliea drawn In the Ix > ulslaim State Lotteries whlcli
may bo presented at our counters.
J.H.OaLESlir. 1'ros. LoulMana National Hank.
riKIUli : LANAUX , 1'rcs. State National Hank.
A , UALDWIN , I'res , New Orleans National IJauk.
CAUL. KOIJN , I'res. Union National Hunk.
_ _ _
TJNPRECEDEHTSD ATTRACTION ,
i OVEII HALV A MILLION DISTUIDUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated In ISffl , for 25 years , by the f/CKlslatura
for educational and charitable purposes with a capi
tal of llu . .uito which a reserve fund of over
liW.UOUhan ejnco been added ,
Iy an overwhelming popular vote its franchlsn
wn made a iiart of the present constitution adopted
December M. A. li. 137'J.
The only lottery ever voted on nnd endorsed by tha
people o ( any state.
H never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take place
monthly , and tha Grand Quarterly Drawings regu
larly every three mouths ( March , Juno , buptcmUor
and December. )
A ' ) OI'J'OnTUNITY
Hl'LBNDII TO WIN A FOIL
TUNK. 1 ourlh Rrand Drunlnir , Class I ) , In the Acad
emy of Muslo. New Orleans , Tuesday April ID , 13b8
216th Monthly Drawlnc.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000.
te"Notlce-"Tlefcet3 are Ten Dollars Only.
Halves , $5 ; Fifths , $2 ; Tenths , $1 ,
LIST ur ruizcm
1 CAPITAL PHIZH 01' | 1MX10. ) ( , , . HMJXB
1 nitANi ) IMH/.IS of tu.oio. . . toSiuo
1 UUANI ) IMtl/K OK UI.OII . i. , , . 2U/KIU
2 LAitnic rni/.ica OF lu.nw
4 LA1UJK I'lllZliS Or 6UO. .
2U I'UlZKS Oil1 1WJO
100 Approximation 1'rlies of t-iu . . . . , . | 30.000
JLJL : l-EEJB
2,173 I'rlies , amounting to , . , . KSifKO
Application for rates to clnbs should bo made only
to tlio office of the company In New Orleans.
I1 or further Information write clearly , Rlvlna full
Bddre.s. POSTAL NOTKS. express moneV orders , or
New York Kxcbantre In ordinary letter. Currency by
express ( at our expense ) addressed to
il. A. IJAUPHIN.
N rrOL"N8IU , ,
Or .Jk. DAUPHIN.
V WAVIIINOTON , D. 0.
Address SegUterei Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK ,
_ NKW OHLKANS. LA.
REMEMBER Stf " "SSSBSa01
Eaily , who are In chares of the drawings , is a guar
antee of absolute fairness and Integrity , that the
chances are all equal , and that no onu can poulbly
divine what number will draw a 1'riie.
HEMtllllKlt that the payment of alt prices l
QUAUANTICIU H V IOUII NillOKAl. BANKS Of NIW
UULEAKX. and the tickets arv lirnod by the president
of au Institution whoso charUre < l rights at recog-
nlted In the highest courts ; therefore. , beirort ot auy
Imitations or anonviuous schtiuus.
ODD LOTS !
Childrens' Grey Mixed
Bicycle Hose , 15c a
Wo can recommend this number as
being specially adapted for school boya
as they nro strong , well made and dura
ble , Price to close , 16o n pair.
WMto Caslnnorc Wrappers and Ycsls , all
Sizes Now on Sale.
38c a pair.
Imported to sell at 76c , wo know no
such value lias over boon offered' , wo
propose to soil this lot at ttSc a pair.
See Onr Now Shades in Frond , Rifa
Lisle Hose , $1 a Pair. .
Ladies' Striped Bal
briggan HoseI6 2-3c
Friday and Saturday , wo offer a lot of
those 25o and 3/io / Hose , to clean up a
few odd sizes and numbers Clearing
price 10 2-8c a pair.
$5 BlacUilk Hose for $3,50 , Friday and
Hook Kid Gloves , 87c a
For ' special sale Friday and Saturday ,
we offer a largo lot of 7-hook Easter
Gloves , sizes 05 to 8 ; blacica and colors.
They are sold usually for SI. 75 , but-for
the above two days wo sell them at 87o a
Friday and Saturday wo will offer tha
greatest aggregation of. bargains over
displayed in Omaha. There nro several
odd lots wo doslro to close quickly dur-
ng this sale , and to attain this result ,
have not taken the cost into considera
tion nt nil. "Wo offer them nt
Children's Black Hose ,
25c a Pair.
G5 dozen Children's Black Ribbed
IIoso , nil .sizes , 0 to 8 } inches , double
knco , double heel and too ; rojjulnr
price COc. During to-morrow and Sat
urday wo offer them at S20o a pair.
SEH OUR BLACK SILK HOSE ,
Children's Black Hose ,
35c a Pair.
These arc also ribbed , double kuoo ,
heel and too , and guarantee them as
good as any sold nt 76o In Omaha. For
the nbovo two days our price will bo 3Go
SPECIAL VALUE BLAOK SILK
HOSE , $1.68.
Balbriggan Hose ,
15c a Pair.
67 ijozon Ladles' Balbriggan Hose >
regular 25o quality. Friday a"hd Sa ur-
duy our price w ill bo 16o a pair.
Ladies' Fast Bl'k Hose ,
25c a Pair.
Wo have had the most wonderful Sale
over attempted on thla Absolutely Fast
Black Hoso. Our third shipment from.
I. & R. Morley , London , England , has
just arrived , and Friday and Saturday
wo offer them again at 25o a pair. They
are worth 60c a pair.
tAWRENCE , OSTROM & CO. , LOUISVILLE , KENTUCKY.
10 YEAR OLD
For Medicinal and Family Use.
ABSOLUTELY PURE NO FUSEL OIL I
Is Death to Sure Cure for
MALARIA , CONSUMPTION ,
CHILLS AND FEVER , BLOOD POISONING ,
TYPHOID FEVER , SLEEPLESSNESS
BOWEL TROUBLES , OR INSOMNIA ,
LOSS OF APPETITE , NON-ASSIMILATION
INDIGESTION , OF FOOD.
DYSPEPSIA. PRICE , $ | .2Q
Soli Only In Bottltt. For Quart Bolttt ,
for Sale bg Qroctn
For Salt 63
and Wine UtnhuAt
OrugilitiCuiryuiliere. Eatryuhtn ,
This Is to certify that 1 have examined the sample of BELLE OF IJOUuBON WHISKEY received Iron
Lawrence , Oitrom & Co. , and found the sun * to ba perfectly free from Fusel Oil and all other deletcrloul
substances and strictly pure. 1 cheerfully recommend the ss.me for family and Medicinal purposes.
J. 1 > . lUUNUV. M. ! > . . AnalTtlral Chemlit. Lonlsvlllo. Kf.
GLADSTONE BUGS. fc CO. , Agents Tor Omaha , ' Nob.
At Auction on
Imported and Grade Percherons.
Clydesdale & Cleveland Bays ,
And the Standardbred Stallion C. C ,
100 OREGON HORSES.
Anyone wishing- information in regard to the Porchorons or C. O , , will please
address the Oregon Ilorso & Land Co. , Promont , tuid for information regarding
the Olydea and Cleveland IJuya , they will please address J. P , Mallon , FromonF ,
Twelve months time will be glvo n on Porcherons , C. C , and Oropon Horses ,
at 8 per cent interest , or fi per cent discount for cash. On Clydca mm Cleveland
Bays , one nnd two years time will bo given ! at 8 per cent interest , of 6 per con | I
discount for cash.
cash.BALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK P , M.
OREGON HORSE & LAND CO.
JAMES P , MALLON. .
F. M , WOODS , Auctioneer.
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