Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 04, 1888, Part I, Page 8, Image 8

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    IELLEY , STICER & CO ,
Special Offerings in Our Cloak De
partment.
Don't ' Ilny Your Purs Without First
Boeing Our Stock-It Will I'fty
Corner Doil o and Fif
teenth HtrcctB.
.n'our clonk stock wo arc showing the
largest variety of novelties in raglans ,
ulsters and ncwmarkots over brought to
Omaha , to which wo are dally adding
All the newest productions of Now York ,
Berlin nnd Paris houses.
FUR DEPARTMENT.
Fur Trimmings ,
Muffs , Boas , Scarfs , Capes , etc. , in all
the fashionable kindsincluding
Alaska seal , blnck lynx , beaver , black
monkey , black bear , black martin ,
brown bear , badger , natural lynx ,
skunk.
SPECIAL DRIVES.
COO black Russian hare mufTs , 4Sc each ,
worth $1.00.
800 extra quality black coney muffs ,
1.00 ; usually sold at Sl.C'j. '
200 extra quality natural American
opossum muffs , $1.75 ; usually sold at
$2.60.
I > on't buy yoxir furs without first seeing
our stock , it will pay you.
KELLEY STIGER & CO. ,
Corner Dodge and 16th streets.
For Ton Days.
We have a splendid line of knit un
derwear in the natural and other
colors and to call especial attention to
it we will give u discount of 10 per cent
for the next ton days on all goods in
this department.
MRS. , T. BENSON ,
15th St. , 1 door south of Douglas st.
C. J. Weber.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Wo would especially call your atten
tion to our Ladies' , Men's and Children's
Hosiery. Our stock is complete in
every detail. Some special values at
25c , Black and Colored Cashmere ; also
lit 60c and 75e. These goods are worthy
jour inspection.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
Ladies' , Children's and Men's Under
wear in nil the different makes and
qualities. Ladies' Jersey vests in white ,
natural gray , scarlet , light blue , pink ,
ecru , tan and white , with aim without
eleeves , best values in the city. Wo
have marked down this week a line of
Montague Broadcloth , elegant goods ,
from $1.2o to 0/5c / a yard ; also a line of
40-in. French Faille woolen dress goods
down to 05c ; wore $1.25. Wo hiivo re
ceived another shipment of those 2oo
all-wool Tricots , the last wo can got ;
they arc beauties for the money.
Inspection invited ; one price to all.
C. J. WEBER ,
114 S. 15th st. , next to P. O.
Take the Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway , short line to Chicago and
all points cast , north , and northwest.
The only eastern line running sleeping
cars direct to and from Omaha on all
trains. Passengers from the east arriv
ing on the evening trains reach Omaha
ut 7:05 : p. m. without transfer at Council
.Bluffs. Pullman Palace sleeping cars ,
elegant day coaches and the llncst din
ing cars in the world are run on till
trains. For tickets and other informa
tion apply at 1501 Farnam street , Barker
block or Union Pacillc railway ticket
o ill ccs.
F. A. NASH , General Agont.
An elegant line of line pottery from
nil countries at very low prices at
Moody's china store , 302 North lUth st.
All members of local assembly No.
21'22 K. of Ii. arc requested to attend
an important meeting to bo held at
Gate City hall , cor. 18th and Douglas.
F. J.JHAKTMAX , W. M.
Itninoval !
The Chicago Bargain Shoo company
ias removed to 1520 Douglas street.
"La Confcslon" Cuban cigars at Al.
Gary's , So. Omaha.
MLa Confesion" Cuban cigars guar
anteed to give the best satisfaction ,
On hand at S. R. Briggs' , So. Omahu
fitock Exchange.
Take no other , Jarvis' Brandy is best ,
- * -
The Wabash Falls In Line.
Commencing November 1 the Wabasli
Will run a Pullman BufTot sleeping cai
direct to and from Omaha , leaving the
Union Pacillc depot at ! i:15 : p. m. , daily ,
In addition to the above.nowand elegant
reclining chair cars ( seats free ) , are now
running on this train. Only 48 hours
Omahu to Now York via the Wabash
The best njjd quickest route to all pointi
south and southeast. Ticket oflico No
1602 Farnam street.
Call for "La Confcsion" cigars at F ,
A. Morrell's , Kith and Chicago.
Architect and superintendent , roon
605 Paxton block. P. J. CHKKDON.
"La Confoslon"
cigars manufacturer
by the best skilled Cuban workmen am
beat imported tobacco , for sale at W. J
Hughes , 10th and Webster.
Ilcinovnt !
The Chicago Bargain Shoo com pain
has removed to 1620 Douglas street.
"La Confesion'1 ' cigars , manufacturoi !
by the best skilled Cuban workmen ant
best imported tobacco , for ealo at W. J
Hughes , lUth and Webster.
Ladies' Turkish
baths Tuesdays am
Friday sO , to 1 , under Boyd's opera'houso
Bicker & Kipllngor , 13th and Far
nnm , always keep a fresh supply of "L :
Confesion''Cuban cigars.
Auction. Auction.
Monday. Nov. the 6th , nt 10 a.m. , a
No. 3404 Wirt st. , on the Hymen prop
erty , second house west of 24th St. . 01
Wirt Bt. , of furniture , stoves , carpets
kitchen and dining-room furniture ,
fine piano , 1 now organ , 1 fine Blsamrcl
range , parlor and chamber sots. Every
thing that is found in a well-regulate !
house and must bo sold without re
serve. A. W. COWAN , Auct
F.iokcr fi Kiplingor , 13th and Far
rmm , always keep a fresh supply of "L
' Cuban cigars.
A. K Fitch * Co.
'Furniture ,
900 Bo , 12th Bt.bot. Furnrtm & Douglas
"I * Confeelon" Cuban cigars for sal
t J. A. DulzeU's , 16th confectioner.
Cleveland It Harrison .agree on OIK
oint ! , that the best out U Jarvis' Oil
Jran dy.
N. M. FAfjCONtill.
On.Montlny and All \Vcck
Wo offer some astonishing bargains in
every department. Our 4 o fancy
French dress goods cannot bo duplicated
nt1.00.OurDSc Frcitich broadcloth is
bold everywhere at $1.60. These goods
will bo ottered at these prices until 'all
are sold. Our onyx btalnlcss black
hose at 46c are worth 76c. The ladies'
white merino vests and pants ntU7jc ,
worth OOc. These prices are made to
reduce stock. Remember , all week.
Drees goods on Monday our $1.60
quality broadcloth will bo sold at
03 CENTS.
Wo know that wo shall have a great
rush of customers for this cloth , the
price being so exceedingly low. Wo
therefore nsk you to coino early.
TRICOT.
Regular 60c tricot plain , and mixed
colors , guaranteed all wool , 38 in. wide
FOR 7jc.
FLANNEL.
The all wool flannel mixtures that
wo have boon selling at 60 cents , on
Monday 32 } cents.
FANCy WEAVES.
Only a few of these line French Im
ported goods. Wo have never sold
these loss than $1.25 , 44 inches wide ,
clearing nt 4 ! ) cents.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
Monday's sale in this department in
cludes some of the best values wo have
yet offered this season.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
Wo have largo quantities of chil
dren's cloaks in 4 , ( I or 8 year sizes ,
which \vo intend to close out at the uni
form prices of & $ . ! ) ( ) and $5. These are
the best values wo huyo yet shown in
this line.
MISSES CLOAKS.
Misses Newmarkets at 84.00 ,
they . sold formerly at $0.00 ;
LADIES' NEWM'ARKETS.
Ladies' newmarkets at $7.60 , regular
price $13.60.
A vorv " line assortment of those goods
at$8.00$10. < > 0 , $13.00 and $18.00 , up to
$30.00 , both in plain , striped and braided
garments.
PLUSH SAQUES.
Twenty-live plush sacqucs at $2o.OO ,
regularly sold at $30.00.
Twenty plush sacqucs nt $30.00 , usual
ly sold at $3-5.00.
Wo have a few Astrachan wraps which
wo close on Monday at $9.50 and $13.50.
These goods are just half price.
JERSEY FITTING RIBBED VESTS.
Wo are now showing an elegant line
in this class of goods in sill shades , with
high neck , long alcoves and sleeveless ,
at greatly reduced prices ; 3c ! ) , worth
( iOo ; $1.00 , worth $1.60 ; $1.25 , worth
$1.76.
IIOSIERYI HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
ONYX STAINLESS BLACK.
For first class htiunle.ss black hosiery
the celebrated "Onyx Brand" has no
equal. Every pair warranted not to
crock or fade. For this sale only wo
shall soil our regular 75c quality at 45c.
125 dozen ladies' all wool black hose ,
seamless feet , heavy merino heel and
soc , at 22Jc.
LADIES' HOSIERY AND UNDER
WEAR.
As usual we have some very snecitil
bargains in this department.
Lot 1 1 ciii-o ladies line white me
rino vests and pants nt 37Jo worth GOc.
45 dozen ladies fine camel hair vests
and pants nt ( > 2Jo , good vnluu at OOc.
GO dozen ladies extra line white lambs
wool vests and punts , till silk fin
ished and "stenin shrunk. " This gar
ment is good value for $1.05. Sale price
$1.00.
SALE OF BLANKETS AND COM
FORTS MONDAY.
Our second purchase of blankets and
comforts has just been opened and will
bo placed on spodnl sale Monday morn
ing.Snlo
Snlo will continue for ono week.
Attend this money saving sale of bed
ding. Wo guarantee values.
6 bales cotton comforts at 88c , worth
$1.25 ; 6 bales cotton comforts at 03c ,
worth $1.60 ; 6 bales cotton comforts at
$1.C8 , regular price $2.25 ; 6 cases cot
ton comforts at $2.48. worth $3.25 ; 20
pairs 10-4 soiled blankets at $1.2 ! ) , worth
double ; 10 pairs 11-4 line all wool blank
ets ( slightly imperfect ) at $7.50 , worth
$10.60 , A few pieces 30 inch eider down
flannel at 49c , reduced from $1.00.
N. B. FALCONEU.
CAMPAIGN HANDKERCHIEFS.
On Monday and Tuesday. Wo will
sell 100 do/.en campaign handker
chiefs , extra line siltc , in white and
colors , at 30c , worth $1.25. Remember ,
two days only. N. B. FALCONER.
THE AinT EXHIBIT.
The Outlook Promising For n Splen
did Showing.
As the time selected for the exhibit of the
Western Art association approaches the re
sult of their efforts become more manifest.
The committee having in charge the details
have miulc line progress In .their . several
directions , and many artists from the neigh
boring cities have availed themselves of this
opportunity of placing before the public the
result of their exertions. The association now
numbers 175 members and includes artists
from various places. This exhibit is un effort
In the right direction , and It now remains
with the citizens of Omalia whether it proves
a success or fatluro. The price of admission
Is small (25 ( cents ) , and wo believe the attend
ance will aggregate to the end of profitable
support resulting in establishing n perma
nent Institution where the work"of out
artists may bo exhibited and disposed of.
The date for the first exhibition has been
set for Thursday. Friday and Saturday , No
vember 15 , 10 and 17 , afternoon and evening.
Exhibits can only bo made by members , wtic
will bo admitted free on n season tleitet , not
transferable. Exhibitors must deliver theii
pictures at Mr. I.lnlngcr's art gallery , Eigh
teenth nnd Davenport streets , on Saturday ,
November 10 , or Monday , November 12 , a !
the latest , first having sent a list of them bj
titles , with outside measurement of frames ,
to Clement Chase , chairman of exhibition
committee.
The citizens of Omaha should patronize
this exhibit and thereby encourage the ef
forts of our artists. No one can attain ce
lebrity or portray on canvas their Ideas ,
whether they bo original or ideal , unless
they feel the fact that their efforts will
bo appreciated , nnd now that wo will soon
have an opportunity of showing our appro
elation , let each ono put forth an effort tc
encourage and cause a , sinilo to wreath the
faces of our artists.
The following is u partial list of exhib
itors : Miss Nollto llosowater , Mrs. M. S ,
Sllkworth , Miss M. Willmasser , Mrs. D. L ,
Thomas. Mrs. C. 1C. Coleman , Miss J. Me-
Keen , Mr. A. Hothery , of Omaha ; Mrs. B ,
Hlalr , Dunlap , In. : Miss A. Shepherd ,
1'lattsniouth. Neb. ; Miss J. C. Judson
Council Hlnffs ; Mrs. L. 1'jiillips , Grand Is
land , Nob. ; Mrs. II. Hagg , Lincoln , ' Nob.
Keep Warm nnd Clean.
The Edwards burner can bo used In
any stove , but especially adapted foi
cooking stoves and ranges. Bettor ant1
cheaper than coal. Call and sco ii
burn. W. P. SI-AFAKU ,
Agent for Omaha , 1403 Douglas st.
"La Confoslon" Cuban cigars , manu
factured by the best skilled Cuban work
men , nnd from the best imported to
bacco , for sale nt Kuhn & Co.'d druj
store , 15th nnd Douglas.
For Ten HJIJB.
Wo have a splendid line of knit un
.denvcar in. the natural nt\d othoi
colors and to call especial attention ti
it wo will give n discount of 10 per confer
for the next -ten days on all good in thl
department.
. . .MRS. J.BENSON ,
loth st. 1 door south of 'Douglas st.
All line uiquor Stores Mil Jarvis' beat
THE LiAST VTKEIC.
And Tlilg Is Your Ijnst Clmncc to tluy
Everything In llic Dry Goods and'
Millinery Ijlnc nt HUe On
the Dollar.
UNDERWEAR.
Our underwear stock is second t6
none in tha city nnd our prices lower
than nil ;
Wo have just received ncnsc of men's
nntur.nl gray wool underwear , Wo did
not intend opening these nntil wo
moved into our now store , but being
such a great bargain wo concluded to
put them in nt the great 'sale at 99c ,
fully worth $2.00.
Oiir $1.50 red underwear reduced to
$1.10.
Your choice of a lot of natural gray
and white merino children's under
wear , all sizes , at 25c , fully worth
double.
Men's camels' hair underwear flOc , re
duced from $1.00.
Wo still have a half case of the Indies'
ribbed Underwear nt 39c.
CORSETS.
Corsets , all sizes , reduced from $1.50
to S'Jc. Our 43c misses' coroets are worth
7oc.
REMNANTS.
Wo are going to close out the balance
of our remnants this week , and
ANY REASONABLE Ob'FER WILL
BE ACCEPTED.
Our stock must bo fresh and clean in
a week and wo will assist you if you will
assist us.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Special sale of Indies' muslin under
wear.
wear.Wo want to force this line and if you
are in need of anything of the kind wo
will save you 60 per cent.
Good calico 3So a yard.
Fine comfort calico 4ic a yard.
MILLINEUY DEPARTMENT.
In our millinery department we shall
have n
SPECIAL SALE OF TRIMMED HATS
Trimmed hats reduced from $3.75 to
$1.80.
Trimmed hats roduc cd from $4.50 to
$2.49.
Trimmed hats reduced Irom $5 00 and
up , to the rediculous price of $3.99.
Some of these are worth $10 to $12.
DRESS GOODS.
Tremenduous sacrifice of dross goods.
Our $2.00 broadcloth reduced to OOc.
Our $1.75 Henrietta , excellent qual
ity , 48 inches wide reduced to 89c.
5 salesmen wanted.
10 salesladies wanted.
10 cash boys wanted.
Cull before 10 o'clock to-morrow.
STONEIIILL'S , 1515 Douglas St.
"La Confesion" cigars for sale at 2Cth
nnd Davenport.
A Cnrd to the 1'ubllc.
The Chicago Bargain Shoo company
has just removed to 1520 Douglas street ,
where they are better prepared than
over , both in room and stock , to accom
modate all of their old customers and
hundreds of new ones. The proprie
tors desire to thnnk the public generally -
ally for the very generous patronage
accorded them in the past and trust
that not only nil of their old customers
but bcores of new ones will favor them
with n share of their shoo trade in the
future. And they beg to assure nil
that the past liberal course of this popu
lar house will not only bo continued
hut that with increased facilities and
larger stock their course toward their
customers will bo oven more- liberal
than in the past. Very resuootfully ,
THE CHICAGO BARGAIN SHOE
COMPANY ,
ROZISMKIHM ) & ZUXDKK ,
Proprietors.
Ed Wittig , Farnam St. , handles "La
Confebion' ' cigars.
Dr. Dinsmoor has removed to 1022
Dodge st. , the former residence of Rev.
A. F. Sherrill.
"La Contesion" Cuban cigars , manu
factured by the best skilled Cuban work
men , and from the best imported to-
, bocce , for sale at Kuhn & Co.'s drug
store , 15th and Douglas.
W. J.-Ward , 10th and California , sells
"La Confesion" Cuban cigars.
ICcmoval !
The Chicago Bargain Shoo company
1ms removed to 1520 Douglas street.
"La Confesion" Cuban cigar for sale
at Murray hotel.
Ijtitc Court News.
In the case of C. C. Palmer against the
Joseph Garneau Cracker company , In an ac
tion to recover $10,000 for services rendered ,
the Jury returned u verdict of $1,095 for the
plaintiff.
The Jury in the case of the Howell Lumber
company against the city , in an action to re
cover damages for loss sustained , returned a
special verdict. It gave u verdict of $8W5 (
damages to the plaintiff but assessed bene
fits on the plaintiff of $5,000 , which results in
an actual verdict of $ ! ) ,035. ,
The Jury in the cast ) of William Saundcrs
against the Omaha Carrlago and Slcign com
pany , In an action to recover money on a
promissory note , returned u verdict of
$ XKM3 > in favor of the plaintiff.
The Omaha Fair and Exposition associa
tion , Commercial Union Insurance company.
Continental Insurance company , Springfield
Fire and Marine Insurance company , Penn
sylvania Insurance company , Homo Insur
ance company , Security Insurance company
nnd the American Fire Insurance company ,
ns plaintiffs , have filed n uctition In the dis
trict court , against the Missouri Pacific Hall
way comnany In an action to recover Judg
ment to the extent of 117,551.20 , with interest
from October'J3 , 1SS7. The plaintiffs claim
that a vast amount of their property was de
stroyed by reason of a llro originating from
a spark from n locomotive owned and oper
ated by the defendant.
Papers of appeal in the case of G.V. .
Coreli against ( Jharlcs Haumbley wcro filed
with the clerk of the district court yester
day.
A petition for the sale of real estate of
Sarah A. Crawford , deceased , was filed with
the clerk of the district court yesterday.
Transcript papers have been tiled in the
case of August Weiss against Louis Iliblcr.
Book-keeping , penmanship , arithme
tic , short-hand and telegraphing , day
nnd evening sessions. Omaha Business
College , 10th and Capitol avenue.
Merchants hotel , 16th and Farnam
82 per day , day board $25 per nionth.
All doctors recommend Jarvis' Brandy.
THEY 1NCOUPOUA.TE.
The Nebraska Phonograph Company
FiloH Articles.
The Nebraska Phonograph company filet
articles of Incorporation with the county
clerk yesterday. The Incorporators are
Frank Murphy , J. O. Phllllppi , Prank Dinko
Hamilton S. Wicks , Simon Ott and George
E. Towksbur'y. < The general offices of the
company will bo located In Omaha. The
nature of the business to bo transactcd-Is the
purchase , sale , renting , leasing and subleasIng
Ing In Nebraska , Iowa andtn tbo territorial
of Pi.kHa , Montana'and Wyoming of al
graphophonc , phonograph , phonograph
graphopbono patents ' of Edison , Doll and
Talntor , the famous electricians. The Urn
'Itcd capital stock , of the company is set u
525.000 , and U divided .into u,250 shares o
(100 each. . Tho. limited Indebtedness Is
150,000. The company will 'commence opera
tions November 15.
All -druggists sell Jarvis' Medical
Brandy.
HAVIVENjBUOS.
Special N U e.
Mondny morning , Nert6th , you will
ind us ready for businona in our now
milding. a few doors north of our pres
ent location.
It is impossible for ns nt this time to
[ iioto prices , ns wo nroitoo busy in open-
ng nnd arranging ourrnew stock , which
s , on account of Inrgcmorcs and larger
building , much largownud bettor as-
orlod than over before. >
But you mny rest moored thnt wo
hnll in the future , usnvell as wo have
been in the past , continue to bo leaders
of low prices. II AY DEN BROS. ,
Sixteenth street ,
Bet. Dodge and Douglas.
II AY DEN DUOS.
Specthl Notice.
Mondny morning , Nov. 5th , you will
ind us ready for business in our now
wilding , a few doors north of our pres
ent location.
It is impossible for us nt this time to
luoto prices , as wo are too busy in opcu-
ng and arranging our now stock , which
s , on nccount of Inrgor stores and larger
) uilding , much larger and bettor as
sorted than over before.
But you may rest assured that wo
shall in the future , ns well ns wo have
> een in the past , continue to bo lenders
of low prices. HAYDEN BROS. ,
Sixteenth street ,
Bet. Dodge and Douglas.
"La Confosion" Cuban cigars for sale
at J. M. Boll's , South 10th St.
UAYIIKX ItUOS.
Special Notice.
Monday morning , Nov. 5th , you will
ind us ready for business in our now
building , n few doors north of our pres
ent locution.
It is impossible for us at this time to
luoto prices , as we nro too busy in oppn-
ngand arranging our now stock , which
s , on account of larger stores and larger
juilding. much larger and bettor as
sorted than over before.
But you may rest , insured that wo
ihall in the future , as well as we have
> eon in the past , continue to bo leaders
of low prices. 1IAYDEN BROS. ,
Sixteenth street ,
Bet. Dodge and Douglas.
"La Confesiou" Cuban cigars , im
ported stock , line llavor. Always on
innd at the Goodman Drug Co. , Far-
uun St.
HAYDEN HIIOS.
Special Notice.
Monday morning , Nov. 6th , you will
find us ready for business in our now
juilding , a few doors north of our pres
ent locaiion.
It is impossible for us at this time to
quote prices , us , we arc too busy in open
ing1 uwl arranging our now stoi'U , which
in , on account of largerstorcs and larger
building , much larger , nud bettor as
sorted than ever before.
But you may rest assured that wo
shall in the future , ns well as wo have
boon in the past , continue to be leaders
of low prices. IIAYDEN BROS. ,
Sixteenth street ,
Bet. Dodge and Douglns.
IlroH.
Monday's sale will be the greatest dny
wo over had. The weather is too warm
and wo intend to make a fearful
slaughter to unload' fctock. The goods
must go - Read every item carefully and
note the prices. 1.000 yards grey union
Hannah ) , worth 18c yard ; , .Monday they
go tit 01 o yard. < 1,000 yards line operu
flannels , nil colors , retails everywhere
at lee yard ; our price Monday 22jc yard.
3 cases heavy shirtings , sold by our com
petitors as a great bargain at Klu ; our
price Monday ( ! u yard. Wo close a lot
of children's plush and fancy caps nt 1
price Monday. They go in two
lots : Lot No. 1 at OOc , worth
SI .2-5 ; lot No. 2 at 69c , worth OOe.
1 case heavy unbleached canton flannel ,
worth lee yard , on bale Monday 11 yards
forl. 1 cuso heavy red twill flannel ,
Monday 22ic yard , worth 40c. 75 pieces
5-4 table oil cloths , 15o yard , worth 35c. 1
case Renfrew turkey red remnants table
damasks , worth 75e yard , on sale Mon
day 30c yard. Boys' tlannol shirt waists
Mondny' cachj worth $1. Wo will
soil Monday all of our boys' flannel
waists that formerly sold at $1.25 , sM.-lO ,
$1.50 and $1.75 , Monday your choice
$1.19 each ; come early and get right
size , as we ciuinotoxchautri ! . We make
this prieo _ to close the lot. KM ) dozen
Turkish bath towols5coach. Children's
double school mittens 2oc pair , ehenput
40c. Mprio silks , all colors , 2oc yard
Surah silks , all colors , 32c yard , worth
double. 100 pieces dress goods nt hpo-
cinl prices for Mondny. Lndies' white
merino vents nt 39e each , worth OOc.
Ladies' cashmere hose , all wool , still go
at 25c pair. Ladies' black hose.
MulTs Mondny 50u each. Ladies'
nnd children's fine nobby tobog
gans , all colors , Monday 15c each.
Gents' fancy border handkerchiefs ,
12c , worth 2oc. Fancy stripe velvets ,
33c yard , cheap at 76c. Gents' fancy
clouded merino i hose , 25u pair , cheap
nt ! ! 5c. Floor oil cloth , 35e yard , worth
60o ; 0x4 lloor oil cloth rugs , 75o each.
Monday , worth $1.25. Special pale on
carpets , curtains , etc. Still contiucd
A fine satin comforter , $2.25 , worth $3.25.
Special clonk sale visit our clonk de
partment the coining week. Ladies'
striped nowmnrkots$8.50 , worth $12.00.
Ladies seal plush sacqucs , 42 inches
long , $25.00 , worth $35.00. Ladies heal
plush jackets , witin lined , $8.90 , worth
$15.00. Childron'o plaid cloaks , 4 years ,
$2.08 ; ( ! years , $2.08 ; 8 years , $3.38 ; 10
years , $3.08 ; 12 years , $3,98 ; 14 yearn ,
$4.48 , all worth just double. Infants'
cashmere cloaks , long nnd short , em
broidered collars and cults , $2.08 , worth
$4.00. Monday you can buy a good
beaver shawl at $2.50 , worth $5.00.
BENNISON BROS.
R. .M. Brown , St. Mary's avenue , sells
"La Confesion" Cuban-cigars.
Uncle John
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 3. The will of the late
John Guy Vassar was presented for probate
nt Poughkeopslo yesterday. The opening
sentence was as follows : "Having no
lineal heirs , my desire a.od.aitn in the dis
sition of my property is to do the most good
nnd forward the cause of.humanity.'i in ac
cordance with this sentiment all of the estate
is willed to public institutions in and about
Poughkccpslo , the leading bequests being to
1Tassar college , in which J.tlireo now chairs
are established , besides .heavy endowments
to Vassar orphan asylum- and Yassar bos-
pltal.
,
Win. BaldutT , 16th and Capital Avo. ,
handles the celebrated * 'La Confobion"
Cuban cigar.
Firemen Fatally Injured.
EAST' SAOIXAW , Mich' , Nov. 3. Last even
ing u largo empty wagon was left standing
fn the middle of the street In Baginnw City.
A hose cart , on which were six firemen ,
dashed Into the wagon , throwing off the fire
men. Ono man IB expected lo die , while sev
eral others are very urlou ly injured ,
Jas. A. Forsight , 16th and Capital
Avo. , always has on hand a fresh sup
ply of the great "La Confesion" cigar.
Cleveland's Mayor Visiting Axworthy
MOXIIIEAL , Nov. , 3. Mayor Babcock , of
Cleveland , O. , Is on. 3 a visit to this city anil
will remain hero for two or three day s. He
Is the guesi of Axworthy , ' abscqudlng treas-
' MAYDEN nuog.
Hpc'clal Notice.
'Monday inorning , Nov. 6th , you will
Ind us ready for business in our new
building , a few doors north of our pres
ent location.
It is impossible for us at this time to
juoto prices , ns wo are lee busy in opon-
ng and arranging our now stock , which
s. on nccountof Inrgor stores nnd Inrgor
building , much Inrgor and better as
sorted than over before.
But you may rest assured that wo
shall in the future ; , as well as wo have
been in tho. past , continue to bo loaders
of low prices. HAYDEN BROS. ,
Sixteenth street ,
Bet. Dodge and Douglas ,
Call for "Ln Confcsion" cigar at Her
man Shaller's , 13th and Harncy.
ciiuucit "ntECTOUY.
11A1TIST.
' South Omnbn , ( mil nrcr postoWcc Her. Daniel
lloiieM.jmniir. 1'rcachlnit every Hunilny at 10.15n.
m. , anil IMS p. in. Mimtuj ncliool nt nuua.
CnU rjr. Sniimlcn.nenr rumlim-llor. A. W Clsrk ,
[ m tnr. I'runchlni ; ut lu..Ila. m , StinJ y etciuul tit
ItTV ) . No evening n'rvh'O.
Klf'l , StrmiKOM * Snblmth Home , corner Fifteenth
nml l.iv ) i"t | A , W l.imnr , pastor. I'rpnchlnv nt
II ! : , a. in..nml 7.11 p. in. Pumlnr i-cliuol nt I. in.
frajrprint'i'tlnu Wodnp ilny pvcnlnus nl".U. : VoiinK
piMiplu * ' tucvllni ! I'rMav , lit 7t'i : | .in. HcnlMil i > i > f
vkc nt the Mimlny nlttht , Wi > < lno < lnr ) nlitlit nml Krl-
rlutr night itii-ulliiKs tlurliiK UIL entire fall anil winter.
All Boat * True.
Imiimmicl ilntroh. Nn. ? H1 Pnumleni Mrcot. In
iCountro placiItiv. . K. W. Kostor , imMor , ro ! ili'nco
MSIOIitiitilri'i't. Kumilnr prcnchlnit ix'iivke' on fun *
ilny'it ID. IIn. m , , unit T 31 IMII. similar nolioul itt 1'J
in , Wi'i'kly pi t > r mi'i'llnuv Y. I * . S. U. K. on More
ilny cvrnlnu lit ii HI , iinil roKiilnrcliiirrh pr.iyer nipct.
inun WiMliiita Iny uTunliuint i.U ) . M'UU Itx'C. Pub
lic Imltoil.
Hcth-IMon , P.irk nvcniio nnd Lonvcnwnrlli-ltov.
II. I. , lloiiii' . | > .i-lnr. Service' mnrrnni , ' iiml mclllnu.
Mi'.ilp.ilh ' .iilmnl at II m. V. 1' . S. C. K. Til'i p. m.
Flint /.Inn church , Nineteenth ftml Ihirt ftioet <
lli'i * ilnr-I'rvliiM Mimlny nmrnlnx nt II , nml erenlnK
uiau'ckxk. T. II. lltvlni ; . puslnr.
North O.nnli , ! , ! iiuj Saiimlcrs-Ilcv , K. W. Koitcr.
im tiir. M.'rvlcu mornlnn nud avciilnx. biimlny
Mlioo ! nt l.'ni.
Swedish , I'l.-t North Klxlilccnth HOT. I.urs Arlandor ,
pnitiir. M-r\l.0 < ininnliitf nml ovonlntf. Sunday
Bflimil nt noon. I'rnyer lueoUni : Wcdnuxdny evening.
Tenth slieet ml sl < m llev. IA. . UCIIHK , p.inor.
orv HUH nt U. M11. in. , nnd ' : ' > < p. m.
/limlcnlnriMllPllNnrtli Seventeenth Her. ( lonriio
W Wocidln-y. p.i tnr. Nfvle ! ? < nt 1 l.'l ! iv. m. , nml ; . , al
p.m. Mimlny ncliool nt I' ' : Ill p. in. Ultilo rending nt
; ! Ill p. HI. , WiMnuiduy. I'r.iyer mi-cilim nt 7. : * ) p. lu. ,
ITlUiiy.
CATHOLIC.
St.I'ctern , Twcnty-olk'hth nnd I.e.ivcnwortli-Hev.
P. ,1. I'ojlc , pii'to- . liiwnin - > nt Ma. m. ! huh limn
nn I minium nt 10 1(1 ( n. m. ! < ii'iilty : vhuol nt''p. in.
tu'.liillty ut .1 p. in Ve per < nn 1 benediction nl7 : > > pm
Ht..li > im'p illi'ilnU'-Twonly-tttth nnd fallfornln-
Huv.M. P. Duwlliu , S. .1. puitor. Mindny. Mimics nt
isauil Da. in , , the la t hHli nnm with vcrniiin. Vo -
pern , ri > : iry nnd benediction nt h p. in. Mime * , week
il.ty , ntiinirl H illii.in. On the llrst hrlday ol evuiy
month IIIU--IM lit i ; . ; , anil SJu. : : ) in. Pruyets , sermon ,
iinil benediction nt S p. in.
Holy l-'niiillylilt North Illnhtrenth-Very Hev , It. A.
Shunvl , .1. V. ti. . paitor. Itcv. Peter Koopimut , . ,
ii"sit int im lor. M isvt ut 7. ' . ' . nn I In..11 n. m. Sun
day irhiHil n * . nuun. Week day-jrvlo. ' ut 7 nndtfn , m
St. Pliiniiun : iN intho.lrnl. 4JI South Nlnth-llor. I1.
Met unity , putor : s. h' . Carroll. m < .Htrit putor
Sunday iiii : i tiil5 , 7,11. nnd l.l'lii. ) m. Holy iinyt nt
6,7. nnd .i , iin.l7 > < eL days ut 7..kniU ) b n. in. Vcspors
nnd lect'tr-snl 7. : l p. m.
M. .l cpli r. 1581 South SPTcntecnth-Hev. ( ! . . ! .
Glauber , i .i-tor. hervlietnt buml lUJn. : > . in. , and .MU
p.m. Dilly ti.i HntSu. m.
M. Mary Ma/dclcnu ( ( icrinnn ) IC14 I > oii''laiHev. . ( ! .
.1.ilanber ( , pnatnr , scrvUea nlMnml HI. Un. m Sun *
day > ch olul : oUp. m. Vespers .1 p. in. D.illy 111:199 :
nlttn. m.
M. I'.itrlek's 1 4 CnitelHr-Itev. .lolin .lennetto HOI
Cnatellar , paMur. lluv. M.O Dun.ihue , a * > Hvtaiit | pi >
tor. Mau lit 7-11.I nnd 1(1. ( . > U a. in , Snniliischool
Kl'i p. m Ve peri nlH p. m.
St. Wen'p-d.iH' * ( II I'li .il-iu ) , HtlJoiith To irtectilh
Hi'V.llllnin Sluikii , pi tnr. Servlies nt s nml Itln.
in..nnl2 ijp. in. Min.liiy-nlioolar.jp m.
St Itrldfet's Itoinnn rathollr cliiirch. Tnpntvlxih
nnd Itliv t .voiilh Oin.ih -llev. i . l-'nther I ) . W. Mor-
liuty , p.iilor. KirHtinnstiitSu.ni. Illi-'h inaiH at ltl.n :
n.iii. lloiury nnd liune lUtluii of llio HIcciMl Micra-
inent nt 7JUiuiu : &niHhiy-t-choolnl'Ja.iu
Tlrst (1irl llmi church. Twentieth anil Capitol nve-
niu Hev A. Martin , pastur. He-hli'iico 2.JIJ Capitol
iwi'iiui * . I'i cui hint : al II a. m. and 7 > 0 p.m. Sunday-
school at' . ) Ua in. Y. I' . S. C. i ; . inet > tlni ; at ii : u p. in.
rra > ei mi'ctint' Wednes lay Milntiit7. . 41. So.ils Ircu
Walnut lllii , Nlcholusnr.il On'e ' HIT..1. II. Johnson ,
p.istor. Si'rvlios HI 10 .Xlti. m. an I 7 < tlp.m. Mm lay
fchnol at Klu. in. I'myor niccttin ; lit 1:8) : ) P iu. , Wed
nesday.
COXnilHlATlOVAI. .
First. Dmonport and Mnctci nth > -ir lcci nt 10 . " > < )
n. in. and i 41 p. in. Militia/ > hoolat n mil I'raM'r
mcctliiifitt 7.1:1 : p. iu. . Wrilm'sday. Vuuii , : people's
uicutl'iKitt i'.U p in. , I'rlil.i ) .
M. Mary Avemio , St. Mirr's and Twenty-sot I'ntli
nvrnuesIttiv. . Wlilard Moll , pastor."Civices at
M.i : ) n. in , atiil7 : ' > ) p. in. Siind.ticliool at noun V.
I's. ( ' . 1 ! . Monday evonlnu Pastors I'vi'nlnir.nt
liiiini * , Tuesday. Church pmjcr mccttni : Wednesday
Jlothlvlic'iicli.ipcl.Pnut'i Sixteenth ii'i 1 Hickory
Ili'V. M. . ! . t' . Thinp'isti ! r. Sunday school at .1 p , m.
Industrial KI.IIOOI , Mitur.iiiy at Da. HI ,
I'.UA.-nloi.'liapcl , South Twonty-nlntli an 1 Martini
T. II. ia > .or , superintendent. Mimlny school at : | pin
Tli'i'i'iylor.l nitiniorliil , Windsor l'lac ( uiivlllary to
St. M.iry H itve'iiiL-l lluv. Wlli.irl t-cott , pistor , In
cliar.-e. ' .inlay school at a p.m. Cliurcli pra > cr
meeting TliurHday u\eiiln .
ri > iii ( HliKcUiit ) ; ( > l'liico-Hc v.Alfrocl II. I'cnnliuan ,
pastor. lloliU M > iilci3 tit 10.'O a. in. , anil 7.'BI p m.
Minilay Mduiol lit noon. V. 1 * . > . < ? . K. at u:4S. : llruwn's
gruvu ci.iiul ! | burviccs at 4 p. in.
Snr.itiKi. Twentj-tlftli anil Amo aronuo-HcT.
Friink > . i-'orbi'R. ptistor. ServKe4 ut l'I..I ' ) a. in , , anil
7. . pin. V.l'.S ( , ' . K.ut ! ' . : ! , ' > p. in. l'uier ini'i'tliu-
We.liiC9.ln } ' ut 7..HI p. in ,
Krto KvanKi'llrul tierinnnTwelfth anil Dorctin-
llev. * ' . II. W. llniet'liert , pastor. : * er\lfoat H-tiii * )
rn.anl7i : ) p.m. VOIIIIK peoples' im'cll.ii ; at7pm.
hiiiulav t * ' liool ut SJiO p. in. Wculnesil.iy , piuyrriueet-
InC nt7-U p. in.
Cherry Hill. Cc-ntral I'nik-ltcv. .1. A. .Milll.-nn. pan-
tor. t-crvlco1 * at 11 a. in. , ami 7.11-1 p. m. Suintaysdiool
ut J3a. in. WfUncs lay pr.iyer inuutliix ut 7 'S3 p. m.
Hillside , Thirtieth uml Olilo-SiTVluei at IO.Un. : m. .
nn 17. II p. in. Sumlny tciool ! nt noon. Junior V. I * .
H. C. K. uti : : . < Up. in. ; M nlor V. I * . * * . t * . 1 * . at ii'iU : p. in.
l'ra > er moctliii : Wednesday evenlnu nt 7'f ) .
I'nrk I'lace , Cnllfornla nnd TUlrty-llrst-Uev. Sl.I , .
Holt , pastor , hervlien lit lO.'KJ a. m. , nnd 7IW p. m.
Bumluy school ut noon.
noon.EPISCOPAL.
EPISCOPAL.
Trinity cnthcrtrnl , KUIitecntli anil Capitol ivcmie
Very Kev. Denn ( iurdnor , pastor. Holy ( Ominunlon
nt K n. in.Miiiilay school anil M. Andrew's brother-
boo.l lilbli ) chiBH at l.iJp. : : ( in. Mornlnii pni ) * r , litany
uiiilnTinoiiiallu.nl. Kvcnlni ; prayer , with a xhort
. . ' . ' wi'C' at'.ia.
lid.Ilo s at T.'CI IP. in. Mcrvlci' " every ilny
in.aniloii Krldaj evening ( with It'ctnrt-l nt7'l. ( In
nil . - -Mini's- i ) H , holy communion ul U a. m. M runners
CorllR.Iulcumed. .
/illSilntnelinroh.Twonty-slxtli nnd Howard Hcv.
I.OIIIMaliiici.S. . T. 1) . , rector. Minday rorvleeii : Holy
voinnrjnlon nt 7 : . l n. m. .MornliiK prayer and litany
ut 11 a. in. ; uvenlii'i at 4p.m. Mindny Krliool lit.'In.
in. VOIIIIK iiion'D lillilo cl.its nt I..H : p. in..directly
nttcr thu midday er\Ice. On thu llret Mimlny of
eaeti roontli the holy communion Is at Ho clock In-
Mead of inornliitf piayer. hervkei nro nl o held on
\Vi 'lin"'diiy evonlims nt 7.Ynndon : ) Friday moruliiKi
nt JUo'clock. Mrr.nforsnhMiys welcomed.
St. Ilarnuliai Krce , Nineteenth anil ( ' .illfornla Hov.
Jo'in ' Willhiins , pastor. I'laln culcbratlon at 7 Kin , iii.j
tlioiul ( I'lehratlon ut II a.m. bunduy nciiool nt'JMa
n m. Chornl uvum < oiiii nt 7. : l p. in.
Ml" < lon service ! ThurBdny ut 7:40 : p. in. , ut the roil-
den-oof Mr. John Kjicncter. llev. John XVllllunii ,
| ia < tnr.
ht. I'lillllps.sn North Nineteenth Hov. II. U Gum-
hie , pii-tor , Culeliratlon ot holy communion mil u.
ui. l\cintoiiKiil : 7.iJ : p. m.
St. Aluln.'w'H mlKslon , Walnut Illll-Ui'v. Charles
Wltn > r p ion , ptxtor. In charire. Sundny > clioul ut
llcrunnm lull ) , on hiimliiy at 3 p. m.
ht..Iolin'Meliiiroh. cornerTwonty-ltth nnd Kriink-
UnHov. . William O < aood I'camon , rector. Holy
ciMn.iiiinlon lexiepton tint Sunday In month ) nt H a.
in. Mimliiy Bchool at li:41n. in. Matins , litany ante-
eo-nmiinlon sor\ Ice ( on Nrht Sund.ir In month litany ,
holycommunlonlmid sermon at 11 a.m. hvcnsoiiK
und hcrmon nt7.w : p. m. i : > ery Krldjy , Iltany.ud-
Urt's * , etc. , ut 7 : * & p. in.
M I'nul mlnslon.Tiilrty-fCcondnndCn'n-llev. II. I , .
Oamlile , pastor. SC | vices nt 11 u. m. Sunday school
i.t .1 p. m.
South Omaha .Mission , Third ward school honi-e ,
letter' * uddlllon-ltuv. C. S. Wlther-poon. priest In
eharue. Minday-scliool nt a p. m. Scnlcei us mi-
nonncod.
Walnul Hill Sllinlon. meetlim In the Chrlitlan
rhnrcli corner nf Nleholns ami llnlu flrei'lf llev. H.
1. . I iamtile. pastor. Sunday-school al J p. m. lvcn- :
tong ami sermon nt 4 p. m.
J.t'TlIKItAN .
Kotmtie Memorial KvnnKellcnl , Sixteenth and Ilnr-
ney lluv..I , s. Detweller , pnstor. fenlto nt HI..10 n.
m. , and 7-45 p. m , Minday Khool nl noon. Vounu
people's nicetlni ; ut 7 p. m.
Danish , south Twentieth , between I.cavi'nworth
nnd MnonKor. . K. C' . llodholdt. pastor > > ervlci > > at
iu. . ) n. iii.aiid.Mp.iu. : Thursduy evenlim meellnu
at7. . ) .
Hwcdlih , Cass and Nlnetocnth-Ilov. K. A. Koecl-
All sciindlnavluim nre welcome.
Cermnn. 1UIJ Poulh Twentleth-Ilev. K. .1 Krccjo ,
pnslor. Services nt 10 a. m. Mimliiy uchool nta p. ra.
St.Mnrk'H KvnnKcllcal , corner of North Twenty
Hrsl nnd Ilunletto-llev.d. 11. Schuur , pnstor. f-or-
vires nt 10 : : l n , m. , and 7'U p.m. Suntluy school at
2u : : p. in. Prajcr mcutlnK , Wednesday nt 7:15. :
Dunlth nnd Norweslnn-lOH North Twenty-sixth
1'eter A. Henderson , p.iftor. Bervlcce at ItUOu. in. ,
aad 7 : 0 p. m. Tuesday nnd Thursday at 7:3U.
METIIOIIIST CI'ISCOPAU
\rt , Davenport , between Seventeenth nnd Kleht-
ccnlli-llev. T. M. Houne. pmtor. I'reachlni ! service
til 10a , in. , anil 7 : : p.m. Sunday school ati.llp. ! :
in. Oxford IciiKuc , Monday evenlmt. btatud prayer
meeting , Wednesday evening at 7.U : p. m.
( lint German , corner Hoiilli Eleventh nnd Center
Ilov. Chillies I ) . Decker , pastor. Kvslitence 1'X'I South
Kloventli. borvlcenulW..Un.ra and7 : : Jp. m. Hun-
ilny school at 2.U : p. m. I'rnyer mncltni ; , Thursday at
730p. ; m. Children's meeting , Saturday at'Ja. iu.
gewanl street. cornerTwenty-second-llcv. William
Kirtl , Norwegian and Danish , Twenty-first , between
Seward and Kranklln-HeT. II. Darldton , pastor.
Treadling ut 10UJ : a. m. , and7:30 : p. m. bunday school
at tp.m.
South Tenth fltroel. Tenth and I'leTCO-IlPT. C.K.
Dawson. p tor. Prcuclilng nt 10.UU a. m. . and 7-iu : p.m.
Sunday school at Jp. m. Prayer meetinf , Wednes
day evening at 7-.U. Teachers' mcctlnK , rlday nt
7U : : P.m. Young people's meeting at ou : p m.
Children's meeting at lUn. m. Clan meeting al noon.
HweJIih , KlBlitccnth , between Can and California-
Be r. P. J. Uerg , paitor. Preaching at HI.30 and 7UOp : m
Second A Wcan.WIIHann and Blxteentli-KeT.'r.T.
Thomas , pastor. Pr sclilng al Id.'JU a. m. , nd 7JO ; p.
m , bunday school at 3 p. m.
African , corner Eighteenth and Wetsler-HeT , V.
A. Hubbard , pastor. Hertleetatll a. m. , aod H p. m.
S'liDtiath school st J p. m. 1'rajer meeting , Wcdnts-
dayevening. . ,
Kree , 14 * ) Bouth E1eTentb Berrlce at 100 a.m. ,
and7ipm. : : Sunday school at V.JUju m. llollnes *
uitttiogatJp. > , I'faj r ulcetlBK , Tuesd at-JJ ;
TTft Omaha , corner Thirty-seventh nnfl M fOn
I'rf nchlng every PatibMh at lO.W a , m. , and 7 : ; J p. m ,
Sunday ichool at 3.-"J p , m ,
Wrsl fide church-rrvachlnt ever/ Sabbath at
IO.TO : a. m. , and.7i.O p ; m , Sunday fchool al 7 Wp , in ,
Oitcllar Street church 1'reachln a at lOiSt * . m. , and
7Wp. : ru.
Walnut Hilt cburcta-1'rcachlnn at 10.30 a. m. , and
7.TIp. : m.
Florence chnrcb.-1'reachlng at 10:30 : a. m. ( and 7:50 :
p.m. Sunday school nlj : , j p.m.
Preaching every t-atbatb ) at Park KOreit school
boui all.iOp. : m ,
AlbrlKhl church-IlOT. W. I ) . I.uthpr , pastor. Treaca-
Ing every Sabbath nt I0:1u : a. ru. , nd7.V : ) p. in ,
llanscoru t'ark , corner Woolworth avenu * and
Twenty-ninth streetllev. . u. > i. Drown , paitor ,
I'rrnohlntr al 10U : ! a , m. nnd 7i. J p. m , Class meeting
nt U in. Young people's rlas * r.Q : p. m. Sunday-
school at 'J'H : p. m , llegular prnyer meeting Wcdtiet-
day wcnlng.
Trinity M. K. chared , corner Twenty-first and Hln-
ney streets Itov. J. W. Hoblnsoo , pastor , Sabbath
services 10nn. : : in , and 7 : . Jp. m. Sabbath school HI
S.liOp. in. I'rnyer nieetlnu Wednesday evening. Ux *
ford League M ondny ovenlrg.
flormnn Mothmllst Episcopal , Twenty-eighth nnd H
streets , south UmahaHov ( lustnv llecicr , pastor ,
Preaching every Sunday al 11 o'clock a. ui. Bunday
school nt lOu'clock a m ,
Klrst Mcthodlsl Kplscopal rhnrch , H. and Twenty.
third streets , south Omahn-Hev. I. . II. KddlcbUito ,
pnstor. I'reiuhlng every Sunday ut 10. Un. in. and 7li
p.m. Sunday-school nl DOOU. Prajcr meeting every
WcdneiJuy al 715 ; p. tu.
First church , Doilgo nnd Seventeenth-IloT. W. J.
Hnrshn , pastor. Hesldenec SOI stniith Twenty-ntth
nveiiue. I'rcnchlnK nt 10.1(0 ( a. m , nnd p. m. Sab-
bnth sihnol at iJni. Y. P. s. C. I : , meutlng al 7 p. ui.
I'ra > er meeting , Wednesday atS p. m.
Second church , Saunders nnd Nicholas Hev. W. H.
Henderson , pastor. Itesidcnco Uli ! North Twenty-
sixth , rrenclilng nt I0ti : n. m. , nnd 7UI : p. m. Sab-
bnth school nt 13 in. Vonnu people's meeting nt 7 p.
in. Prnyer meeting , Wednesday nl S p. m.
Southwest , Leavcmvorth nnd T entleth Hev. I ) . H.
Kerr , pastor. Itcsldcnco KJ1 South Twentieth. I'rcneh-
IngntKu. m. , und 8 p. m. Siibbuth school nt H.l.'ip.
m. Y. P. S.C. i : , meeting nt 7 p.m. Prayer meeting.
Wednesday nt 8 p. m.
KlrsK'crmnn , Klchteenth.nenr Ciiinlnc Hev. J. (1.
Schalble , pnstnr. Hc ldeneB SI7 North Jlluhteenth.
Preacliliit ! al 10. 'O u. in. , and 7 : II p. In. ( iernmii Sun
day school nl noon. Kugllsii Sundny school nt : i p. m
In ( harcoof otllcers of First Presblcrlnn church.
Prayer meeting , In licrmnn , nl7J : * p. m. , Wednesday.
C.i.tollar Street , Sixteenth nnd Castellar-llOT.J.M.
Wilson , pastor. lU'siileneu Seventeenth nnd Castel.
lar. PrenehliiK nt llCMn. m. , Und7lp jn. Sabluith
school ntl2m.oiitiR K'oplo's meeting nt 7 p.m.
I'rnjer meeting. Wednesday nt 7:45 : p , in.
Wo liullister , South Twciity-nliithund Mason. Hov.
John ( 'onion , pa-dor. Hc'ldenoi Hi ! South Thlrtv-
Ursl. Prcaehlni'iit 10. tin. m , nnd7-Up. : ( m. Saldmlh
school nt 12 m. Young people's meeting at 7 p. tu.
I'rnyer meeting , Wednesday at " ! : M p , in
Ambler 1'laco. llnlloii nvcnuo nnd Miranda utrect
Ilev.O.M. IxHlgo. pa tor. Itesidcnco ono block cast
of church. 1'reachui nt 11 n , m. mid 7U : ) p. m. Snb-
bath "ihool nl li-IS p. m , I'rttycruud teachers' niuet-
Ing. Wolncsdny U17-OJ p.m.
Walnut HIII.I.OWO nveiuin nnd Nleholns street
Hcv. W. .1. I'nlm , pnstor. Hcsldonco 4118 Nicholas
street. PrenclilnK ut I0 : : u. m. . nnd 7-.VJ p. m. sab
bath school at IJiu. Prayer meeting , Wednesday eve
ning nt 7.
KIIOJC. Nineteenth nndOhlo-Hcv. r.uil Martin , pns
tor. I ( < > sipnc | | < * 21l3 iJike. I'rcachlntt nt IJ.Un. in. .
nnd 7 : . Jl p.m. Sabbath school ut 1.1m. I'ruyer mcct-
\\odnesday evenliiK at7i. :
WoMi. ici Satmdeis Hcv.W. II. ' .Vllllams. pnstor.
HcstdiMieo 'Jol' . ' Caldnell. Sablmlh school nt noun ,
I'rciu liliiK ut IO.Un : m. . nnd 7.tt p. m. Prnyer meet-
Int. , Wcdnevday c\eiilnt ( at 7t'U.
Church of the'tranicrTwent : nnd.T streets ,
South Uinnhn Itov. llohert I , . Wheeler , pastor. cr-
Mcoi nt 11 n. m , nnd 7 lip. in. I'rayer meeting , Wed-
uosd.ty evenlnB ut7 ' * ) .
First trnlted. CM North Klchteenth-b'crvlccs nt 10:30 :
n. m. , nnd 7- 1 p. m. Sundny school nt noon. " Voting
people's meeting ut I ) : , ! ) . l'ru > er meeting , Wednes
day at 7 i'M p. in ,
I'ark Avenue Cnltpil , 1'ark a\eime nnd Orant Hcv.
J. A. Heiider on , iristnr. services niornlnu and eve
ning. Sunday tihool * ntnoiin.
Central Tnlted , Seventeenth , between Doilt'O nnd
Cnpltol avenue Hev. .lolin Williamson , pastor. Ser
vices nt 10. . > 1 u. m. , nnd 7. , HJ p. m. sniiduy ochool ut
noon.
fVITAlllAV.
llnltv , Sevnntecnth , between Chlenno and Cnss
Hev. W. i : . Copeland. p.ntor. Promhlng ut II u. m.
nnd 7 : lip. m. Sunday school ntl'j.lj p. m.
Tin : AIIMV.
Kurt Oinnhn llev. Orvlllo ,1.1'nve , post chaplnln.
Services ut 7 p.m. Sunday B'-hool ' at. I p. m.
I.M rr.it II\N h\iM * fiMi'tu
Northwcflt corner Tnenty-llrst and Clark. Services
morning and evening , snlilmth school at 12 : : < U p. m.
Itemovnl !
The Chicnjjo ; Unr ain Shoo company
has removed lo 15i2 ( ) Douglas street.
"La Confcsion' ' ' C'nbiiii cigars , im-
iiorted btocU , line tlavor. Always on
linnd at the Cootlinan Drug Co. , Far
nam St.
ELECTION NEWS
iron Eviuviiouv : (
ON ELECTION NIGHT
TUESDAY , NOV. 6th ,
-JAISO UUKAT'- '
STEREOPTIC N EXHIBITION ,
ADMISSION 5O CKNTf- %
Thursday , 1'rlilny nntl Saturday , N"ov. H , ti , and 10
SATURDAY .MATINKIO.
W.M. H. GlUJnTK'S Host m All Anivrlcan
I'liiys ,
HELD BY THE ENEMY
wn.i , UK
lly a Company of Arknowledpeil .Milllty. manv
of lionieiolu the Original Miull-
hon i-ciuavo 1 heater fast.
SI'ECIAI , sniNIIKV has been painted fur
tlilH tour , ami nil thu stiiKO nppolutiiR'iitH nud
etlurtH will be new , and not hu > ln been seen
durliiK this sanif engagement when here last
year. _
Itegular 1'rlces. Sain of heats opens at 0 o'clock
Wednesday Morning.
NEWGRANDS
Him
Afternoon and
GILMORE !
With his ( ireat Hand.
Matehless snlolMs , emi
nent vocal artists , artil
lery , etc.
.Seat nule ojiens Thurs
day.
DENTIST.
Dr , R , W , BAILEY
llooni : ! I2 and 3)3 ) I'.ixton Illock , Omaha.
Teeth e.\tiacted without pain.
Cold and alloy IDlliiKs ut rensoiuiblo rrlcca.
Fatlsfaction gum anteed.
FREDERICK
AGENT.
The Host nnd most
POPULER HATS
IN T1IK WOUU ) .
MtlUiKltlCK ,
Leading Hatter , CtelKhton Illock.
NEW GRAND OPERA HOUSE ,
Tlntrmhty , Friday , Saturday rind
Saturday Matinee.
NOV. 8th , 9th and 10th.
At last the Favo.ite With Us !
The Comic Oncrrt Event
OF THE SEASON ,
First Production in Omnlm of WiM.AHD
Sl'flNSUH's Perpetual
Comic Opera Success
- = THE-
Presented in the same Gorgeous
Style ns in Now York and Phila
delphia , where it had the
Phenomenal run of fi'iJ
IS'ights.
Grand Company of 52
Artists.
This Great Prodir'Hon under ( ho Per.
sonnl Direction of the Author.
No Increase in Prices ,
Week of Monday , Novcmlicr 5lh
MADAME KAVLINI ,
The Queen of Clay ; n Sliirvolous Woman
LITTLE FLORA ,
Wire Walker.
Grand Attractions in all parts o
the house.
One Dime Admits to All.
Warm Goats For It ,
TO ORDER , $18 TO $60 $
We have gone through too
many winters to be without
warm wool fabrics for Over
coats.
Nearly a hundred styles in
our assortment comprising
SMOOTH :
Meltons , leavers. Kerseys , Cnstora ,
Tricots , ClicvlotK , Fine Twills , Cork *
strews , Diagonals , Wide Wales. A
BOUGH :
CliiiMlilllfts Frlc7e ,
Slictlnntls , Fancy Cheviots , Scotches ,
Tweed * ? , Etc.
Made to order in these shapes :
Great Coats , Cape Coats , Storm
Coats , Ulsters , with detachable
cape ; Box Coats , Driving Coats ,
Blizzard-Protecting Coats with
big collar and DressyOvercoats.
Suits and Trouscr Goods in
abundance , Tailored at saving
prices $5 and $20 , up to the
price of princely garments.
TAILOR
No. 1409 Douglas Street.
We've known our Irish Frieze
Coats to wear five winters.
The Chinchillas are nearly as
serviceable price $25 and $30
made to your measure.
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND INSTITUTE OF
/ and Typ AVrltlni ? . N. Ti. Cor. t.th and DodKg st . Opp. Post .Offlce.
TEACHES all llnslneis Ilranrhex.lnclu'dliiK Short-liana and Type-wrltlng. . The CollennKlreR
student work to pay his board. < ) v r 000 students last year. Ovnr ] , Vi now In BtttniTam e. Every
craduato In a coed position and plenty ot plact-s for others. It roats only , about' % tQ to co l <
wontlie. It has the finest actual Uuttncm Uopurtroenl ( n thu Went , bond nsme aniladdrem fcr
circulars and a beautiful epeclmeu'ot penmanship. Anyone pending 'namts and addreiius of 23
youtiK men will uvt College Journal ono jr ar.f ree. Alnays addrevit ItOIIUIIOUUIMlltOM. , , Omuh i * .
tbiftska. . . .