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THE OMAHA DAITA7" BEEFRIDAY. . NOVEMBER 9 , 188b.
The Omnhn Republican Flambeau
club will meet lit the armory this even
Herbert M. Hunt has sued the Amer
ican Water Works company for posses
sion of a lot at Florence.
The latest rr ports in connrrllon with
Doncene and Nott , the two men injured
jit the 'J'cnlh street crossing of the
Union Pacific Several ni ht * ago , ard
favoiablo to iccoxer.y.
A triibolino stove In a street fruit
stand on Thirteenth and TIarnoy fat roots ,
exploded je teuhii afternoon , and the
lire depaitment was culled out. But
slight damage resulted.
Mrs Alma 13. Keith has returned from the
KiiKcne Harry , Lynn , Mass , is nl tlio
Thomas C. Hramard , Kearney , Is at the
J. I I.eit , Children , Is n guest nt the
J Schumann , Jr , of New York , Is sit the
A. Murks , of Uradforil , Pn. , Is at the
T U. Hnywaid , St. Louis , is a ( juest at tlio
K K Hcan is in from Tt. UodRO and is at
V Pierce , of Vermont , liu-j registered at
F foe , of Nebraska City , is stopping at
U'llliiim L Carver , Boston , U.ia registered
nt the Mlllanl.
Watson Pifkerull , of Heatrltc. is a Riicst
nt the Murray.
H Y Lee , of Fremont , roRlstei oil ut the
Paxton last nlK'lit.
Ctmiles T Ncal , of Uilg.ir , Neb. , is stop
tiinij at tlic P.txton.
II S Lippincott and M. H.Tilton , Lincoln ,
are at the P.ixtoti.
Thomas So.ibrooltc and wife , of New York ,
are roistered at tlio Millard.
Mrs. C L Dudley and Mrs L. D. Caitcr ,
of Chlt.iRo , arc at the I'.ixton.
P .1. Lmnphear , of Louisville , Ky. , is
among the guests ut the Puxton.
Ilarnoy Shult/ , the man who brutally ns-
saultcil the mayor on List , Saturday after
noon , \\.I3 jcstord.iy lined $ -15 smd costs.
Election Day JM < | iinrH.
Twosiloonkccpors named Cnailes Kam
merer and J. A. Justus h.ivo been arresteil
for accommodating thlisty patrons on electIon -
Ion day. They will hi\e a hearing on Sat-
On tlic Flow.
The bursting of a water .iiain near the
corncrof Eighteenth ami Nicholas streets
lias torn up tlio pavement for sover.il rods.
'Jhopijio measured thirty six inches mid tut
out a iti oat Hood of water before it could be
Malaria Fcvor cured Jar-vis'
by - Brandy.
i ; the Victors.
The members of the Seventh ward i cmib
lican elub Uf-ro handsomely cntei tamed by
their lady friends nt the Park house Wednes
day nlfjlit. Two or three hundred sat down tea
a line spread. A number of speeches were
JoiMH < m'H Denial.
A. Johnson , a brakeman on the H & M. ,
who recently llgmcd in a watch transaction
which caused his arrest , wutcs that he did
not , as stated , steal the time piece , but that
ho bought it from a party who huJ stolen it
and as soon us ho discovered the fact , ho
turned the watcli over to a policeman.
Put On Your Parados.
Tlio chief of police has written letters to
the superintendents of the street car and
cable companies notifying them that ho has
been instructed by the mayor not to permit
any cars to run into any procession that may
hereafter bo parading the streets of the city.
A largo procession will parade the streets
next Saturday night nnd the police are in
structed to arrest immediately any streetcar
driver or giipmun who violates this order.
011 tlio Street.
An indignant citben makes the following
request : Are "squatters" allowed to oc
cupy the middle of trio street ? There has
been a family living on a lot onHurt between
Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets ,
for some time past. Tlio owner of the lot 1ms
now moved the house , out-buildings and all
into the street , where they have been stand
ing for nearly three wceks.and the prospects
are that they will stand there nil winter.
Where are our city authorities that such
Six gold medals awarded Jar vis1 Brandy
DIspiitclior'N Or < lor.
The following train order has been for
warded to THIS iJuie by J. P. Allen , night
operator of the H. & M. :
TlicJJtultiHjton Jfe ,1/iV.ioiirl Itlvcr Kallroail
Til UN OUDLll.
0. 1C. J. G. 11. 1 WA.SIUNOTOV CITV.
Time 2SO A. M. 1-To Cond'r ' and Knp'r 20fi3 ,
Allen , Ojir. ) Indianapolis Station.
Cany nUrs nnd stripes and run wild from
Indianapolis to Washington City. Meet two
(2) ( ) extras west Orover Cleveland , under
red bandana slgimln , and Allen G. Thurman
at Haltiraore. They will take siding and
keep out of your way. This order is good
for four (4) ( ) years from March fourth (4) ( ) .
18S9. Order holding lien Harrison at In
( lianapolis is recalled.
(12) ( ) Answer how you understand and get
my order before starting.
ISi > ; niHl | JAMBS G. BJ.AINH.
(1U. ( ) We understand ,
HAUHISOV , Conductor ,
MORTON , Unglncur.
A hllirnry For KnldicrH.
A friend of the boys in blue Addresses the
wives and mothers of all the old veterans ,
ministers , editors , lawyers , business men ,
patriotic citizens und lojal pcoplo of Omaha
ns follows : Many ( nllucnucs that tend to
drag a man downward , ns saloons and their
attendant evils , surround our soldier boys nt
Fort Omaha. Will not every true woman ,
who reads these lines , help to uplift tlicm
aim brighten the coming winter by lookIng -
Ing over her "husband's library" nnd select
ing some good book qr books that will prove
instruct o , helpful nnd interesting , such as
books of poems , history , travels , temperance
biography s , interosUnglcctuics nnd sermons ,
and send to Uliss , t Isaac's crockery store
north side of Furnatn near Fifteenth street ,
before the SJJth of November , so that Thanks'
pivliiK day a nice library may bo presented
tlio soldier b of Fort Omaliu in behalf of the
loyal citizens of Omuhn. Please write your
name in the book or on asllpof paper so that
tliObo contributing may bu published. If it is
convenient , for each ono contributing books
to also send a niolcol , a beautiful scriptures or
temperance calendar with its helpful
thoughts for each day in the year , may bo
procuicd and hung In each of the soldier's
quarters or barracks.
Whllo your heai is are glad over one good
deed , add to the gladness bv sending u nice
package of magazines nnd good papers , the
bigger the bundle tlio bettor , to aid the vari
ous dnpartmunts of mission work in the city.
People uio hungering for good interesting
stories nil around us , nnd who can estimate
the value und healthful lullucuco of good
All line Llcjuor Stores soil Jarvis' best.
IIAWHSCliiiro H. , Infant daughter of
Mury W. und W , F. Hnwes , on November
7 , nt 0,20 p. m. , nged 1H month ,
Funeral from the residence , 11MO North
Klghtitcntii , Filday , Noviiinber 1 > , at 10 a m.
FrlonOtt uio invited ,
Jarvlb' ' 77 will euro your cold.
Dr. Jcfferib1 remedy ewes every case
ol diphtheria , No pfij6.ic.iuu required.
LOVIS TIII : wnsr.
Dr. OuronVnnrt to Come tn Omnlin
Kev. J T Durjcrt , of the Second Congre
gational church of Hoston has acknowl
edged the receipt of a cnll of the Congrega
tional church in this city Dr Uuric.i is re
garded ns one of the most seholarli pastors
In Boston , and has been prominent in public
and charitable movements Ho has been a
lecturer nt Wullosloj college and at the New
Emdnnd Conservatory of Music , in addition
to his ministerial work Kcluti\c to the call
Dr. Duryea reccntli said-
I have consulted with the church nnd lm\o
rcfcucd the matter totbo council which gov
erns such matters in our denomination. They
will probably grant my request fur a ( lintiL'o
ot pastorate I have had in the last year Ihc
situations offered me , all of them good ones
Last J par and this summer 1 made long visIts -
Its to the western states , ami win much im
pressed with the necessity for good workcis
there In Ynnklon I was present at a meet-
of lifty missionnnis to Dakot.i who li\o there
on an avornpo ofiKI n jcar There was
a i all for innticv to build an addition to the
Yankton college , and when those mis
hionarips IK gun subscribing outof their slen
der s.dai ics towards it I was tin died , nnd re
solved to do what I could to help tliu gnming
western cities. 1 lin\o had three positions
offered mo of Importance , including the pies
iiletiry of a college and the ollke of head of
the theolotrunl ilupai tment of Yirriklnri college -
lego Any one of these three would ha\e
gi\en an increase of > . ! , IHU ) over inj piescnt
salary The Omaha call is at a considerable
reduction from what I ie < eivo hoie Hut 1
do not think it light that so nmn\ ministers
be gathcied in the eoxst cities while the
west is ci Miig for men Mv services to the
Conservatory , to U'ellesley und other col
leges near hoi e , have been rnthi'lv without
pay , as that wasthewiy I could best help
them , Otheis could gi\e money , while I
gave my Mondays , a time oidu.imly de
voted to recreation by mmistoi.s "
Dr Duiicais a member of the Boston
sehoo' committee , and aroused tlio protests
of many of his Protestant brothers by urging
the exclusion of Swinton's history from the
public schools at the request of the Catholics
and acquiescing in the censuring of Master
Without health hfo lias no sunshine.
Who could bo happy with dyspepsia ,
piles , lo\v \ spirits , hiMil.ieh , njue } , or dis
eases of the stomach , liver or Uidno.ysl
Dr. Jones' Hed ( Jlovor Tonic quickly
euros the above diseases. Price 50
TIM ) COUNTS.
An Intorostinij Case Involving ' * "
Ilight prisoners were arraigned before
Judge Groll in tlio distiict court yesterday
on criminal charges. Tallowingaio the
names , the substance of the complaints and
Hern ird Ciross , charged with receiving the
plunder of the Gitineau diamond robbery ,
Al Potty , charged with stealing a double
hainess from the barn of John O'Hrien ' , not
Robert rergtison , charged with foiging
Mace & nttmger's name to n che"k on the
Union National bank for flT.S" ! , guilty. Fer
guson ts.i colored boy who was in the em
ploy of Mace & Uttmser as a driver The
coui t sentenced him to a ye ir in the peniten
tiary , and dismissed him with a Itttlo fatherly
John Willis and George Witting , charged
with receiving Hour stolen from U. Wciss-
mnnn , not guilty.
Albert Smith , chanrcu with stealing from
Dewey otono a bedstead , lounge , mat-
tiess , bed springs , cots , rocker and a doz-'ii
chairs , not guilty.
JJiek Davis , charged with assaulting Lewis
Hill and robbing him of tUJ ; not guilty.
.lames Uond , ch nged w ith assaulting Sanford -
ford O. Wood and lobbing him of a silver
watch and $ J5 ; not guilty.
Judge Doano took up the case of C. A.
Jacobson vs John A. Crcighton , at tlic solici
tation of the plamttll. Creigliton permuted
him to solicit a bujor for 1HO acies of land
ncai Cut Off 1'iko. Creigliton promised him
a commission of f2 , . ' " > 00 if ho sold the tract
foi $500 an acre. Jacobson brought in a man
named IJenson , who after some negotiation ,
agreed to buy for Sbl.OUO , one third down.
Hoiibon promised to return the next
day , when the papeis wcro to bo
ready. Jacobson appealed in the morning
and asked for his commissionbut Ucnson has
not shown up since. Jacobson is suing
on theory that he was entitled to his commis
sion as soon as ho brought an acceptable pur
chaser , lie alleges that Creigliton was not in
his oftlco at the time lUed , and that Henson
became discouraged. The jury returned a
verdict for tha defendant.
Judge Wakcly stood another dose of Hoag-
land vs Van l tten.
Charles White , charged with the Lalk sil
ver robbery , will have his now trial today.
The trials of the prisoners arraigned yes
terday will begin Monday.
Judge Hopowell took up the suit of Ellen
McNamara against Louis Pctciscii and
George Wuddoll , to replevin a lot of house
hold goods taken undur an execution on n
Judgment against Mrs Martha McNamara.
The plaintilf made the plea that she owns
the prrperty , that she is the head of a family
and exempt from the execution. A veidict
was rendered for the plaintiff.
Judge GrotT began the hearing of the suit
of Hueckheim Hros. , of Chicago , against
Kojip , Uredbus & Co. , for a balance of fr.iiO
on n bill of confectionery. The triviality of
the case put the whole court room in a Uroad
United StntcH Court.
Argument m the street railway injunction
case was postponed till Monday morning ,
when Judge Hrewer will bo on the bench.
Judge Duiuly put in the moinlnt ; hearing mo
County Court ,
Judgments wcro entered for plaintiffs no
follows : Alfred Gary & Co. against PUer
IIunsonH7'J.30 , for goods sold and delivered.
William Gould & Co. against Walter Hen-
licit , f.'iS-t.'l ( , on a note.
Henry J. Abrahams filed a petition to bo
appointed administrator of the estate of Max
Marker Hros. hove sued a Mr. Christiansen
for $450 for lent of a store.
Mrs Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should al
ways bo used forchildien teething It soothes
the child , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
cuicsjwlnd colic , and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. ! Uo a bottle.
Not tlio Slightest Doubt.
The report gained circulation Wcdnes-
lay in Omaha that a prominent demo
crat hero had received n telegram
fiom Chairman Hrico , of the demo
cratic national committee , to the effect that
Cleveland would bo safu when the canvas *
shall bo completed in Now York , It is prno
.really whut Mr Urlco gave out in Now York
Wednesday , when ho said. "Wo concede
lothing , and from the latest returns there is
a fair Indication that Cleveland has carried
Now Yoik btato "
The report spread In the city quickly , as it
naturally would In order to put u quietus
upon It , TUB UIB : telegraphed the republican
national committee in Now York , and yes.
tcrdny received the following dispatch :
"Hrice is very much mistaken. Now York
s good for upwards of 14,000. Harrison's
election is assured.
"J S. PASSUTT , Secretary. "
Dr George L Miller , a prominent demo
crat hcic , is reported to have expressed himself -
self ns liiculy pleased with the result. Ho
characterized the rebuke glven-tho adminis
tration for surrendering everything to the
solid south , and ignoring the great democrats
of the north , as Justly deserved. In his
opinion the frce-tiado idea is dead.
Jams' 1877 nrandy.purestjsafestitbost.
The message DoxusofTijB DKU are
proving a , great convenience to the
Tin horns , lanterns and fluge at
Suspicious Clroiitnntniioc Surround
ing a Woman's Dccon c.
There is a mjstcr > about the death ol
Lnurn Hhick , n young woman of nineteen ,
who died last Thursday at Twenty second
nnd Clark Btrec'ts , which , It is churned , calls
for investigation There are a number of
people in the vicinity who believe that the
uuforMinate joung woman died from the
effects of nn attempted nboitlon
About seven weeks ago Miss lllack , in
Company with one Charles W. Williams ,
came to the boarding hou o kept by Mis.
T.udlow , on the northwest corner of Twenty
second nnd Clark streets. In sc'iirch of a
room. Tliei claimed to bo married , and Mrs.
Ludlow nnsuspeititiglv believed that they
were telling the truth , add rented one of her
looms lo thorn. She had no Idfn of thplr pur
pose in coming until a week ngo last Sunday
Williams and a well-known phjsician were
seen iromg to Mrs. ( Hack's room about mid
night Shortlv afterward piercing cries vveie
hoard from tht > ioung woman nnd con
tinned for some time The1 other poisons in
the house weio guatl.y disturbed , but as
they knew a physician was with Uie young
woman they supposed that everything was
all i mht
The next il.ty Mis Ludlow on going to the
joung woman's room distnvered unmistak
able evidence of a child having been uorn
In corroborattnn of this vveie a number of
nppllinips used in mnlr ernoigencres On
being asked in regard lo the mutter the
jouin. woman denied It Onl\ the day be
lore she had been about nnd lively ns ever ,
but on the day In question she1 was conllneil
to her bed. looked pale nnd oxhausU'd , nnd
was suffc'i ing the gi eatest aininy ,
Mrs Ludlow was not satitHcd , and when
the phisician next eamo she asked what vvus
the mutter with the girl He said she had
t phold fever In a day or two Mrs Ludlow ,
who has had consideiable expedience in
levers and was satislled that v\ns not the
nature of Miss Hlaik's malady , again risked
the ph.ysii'ian what was tlio matter with the
gill , and thin time wsis informed that it was
in Humiliation of the bowels.
The doctor continued his visits untilThurs-
di\ , when , although it was apparent the
woman was dying , ho talked encouragingly
of hei locovery. In alarm two well known
nnd reputable : ph.vsici.ins vveie called in ,
iniKh to Williams' displeasure , and they said
nothing could be done to save her 'Iho.v
staged with her for four hnuis , attempting to
alleviate her suffeiings , but nt the end of
that time she died.
Tin1 two phjsieinns worn satisfied that
something was wrong , and asUed for a post
inoi torn examination , but Williams most
tiercely denied them this privilege. They
said tl this would bo necessary bcfoie
they could sign the death certificate , and that
paper , b > law , should be in the hands of the
boirctaiy of the board of health befoio trio
body wns interred Williams then said that
he would get the phjsician who had .rttuiurul
his wife to sign the paper
The woman died ' 1 hursday evening and
the women who piep ircd her for bin nil saw
the nnnustakalilo evidences ol eluldbirth
The bodv was then linn icdlv taken to Tag-
piirl's undPi taking shop , and eailj the next
moining the uodi was interred.
A number of phvsicians who knew
of the case call at Taggart's
while the bodv wasthcie but wore icfiibcd
permission to examine it
Since then the attendingphviician has
been approached in regard to the death of
the gri 1. He sas tliat she died of inllamma-
tioii of the bowels , but added confidentially
that the less t > aid about the matter the
' 1 he stories told by Williams and the girl
before she died aie conflicting in
cvei y paiticul.ir. blip claimed that she vas
married to him three years aira and he said
they had been wedded only si < months At
first she claimed to bo twenty eight i ears
old , but later admitted she was only nine
teen. She has relatives in Ashland , m this
st.itc , nnd also in Indi ma , but when dying
refused to have them sent for
Williams is , about twenty eight , and has
been employ ed at the Lake street car bai n.
The only complexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity , wrthcnit
injury to the user , and without doubt : i
beautilicr , ib I'o/voni's ,
Mr , William Gillette has contributed sev
eral plays to tlio American stage , the best
ono of which is the military durum , "Held by
the Enemy , " pioduccd atHoyd's opera house
last evening. The playgoers of Omalm were
made familiar with the charactci of the play
last season , so that it is not neccss iry now
to outline the stoiy or describe the plot. It
is a drama made out of original
material , and it is constructed on
sound dramatic principles. Us popu
larity is duo lo the fact that it pos
sesses a human interest , and that it presents
in a most realistic way incidents and situa
tions entirely within the , limits of proba
bility. The simple story is carried on with
cleat ness and imprcssivenoss , and the inter
est that is awakened at the outset is main
tained to the end As a reminder of the
great conflict it must hold the earnest atten
tion of all wl ese memory goes back to that
period , while to these who have no such
recollection it is n suggestive object lesson.
As to its scenic and mechanical effects , some
of which are exceedingly realistic ,
the drama was admirably pro
duced last night , but generally the
acting scorned wanting m the spirit neces
sary to the best effect. The Colonel Prescott -
cott of Mr. Wilson was notably tnuio , and of
the male members of the company the only
ono ivno showed himself to be heartily in
spirit with his part was Mr. Will Pieston as
Thomas Henry Hean , "special for Leslie's , "
though the General Stamburg of Mr. Stokes
wns partra ed with a proper military dignity
and precision. The ladies , Miss Kate Ucmin
Wilson , Miss Esther Lyon and Miss Htholyn
Friend , presented their several roles accept
ably , the latter especially being clover in the
girlish part of Susan McCrccr.y. There was
a fair audience , and the pot formunco wns re
ceived with some nmnifeiitations of favor.
"Held by the Enemy" remains during the
Many imitators , but no equal , has Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Homi-dy.
Tire Clilongo Girl's Shoo.
Chicago Times : "Somebody nskcil
mo the other day what si/.cs of shoes
wore mostly worn in Chicago bv ladies , "
said a shoo dealer yesterday. "Mv
answer rather surprised him. I said Urs
and 1's , anil more -i's than S's. Ho got
oh the idiotic talk about Chicago wo
men's foot that you Hnd in newspapers
of rival cities. The same thing is true
of every American city in this neio of
the world. In some sections of the
country children used to go in their
bare feet more than they do now. I
should bay that with ladies a No. 4 is
the most generally worn I won't say
called for shoo in tlio market. No. U'B ,
ladies' suoa , you understand , are not
much worn , although called for fre
quently. That is another thing that
you hoar a great deal about in a funny
way. I never deceive u customer about
his or her number if the question is
asked. Hut when n lady comes in and
suys to ono of the young men thatfeho
wants a No. 2 , ho looks at her foot , if he
can dp bo without givjng offonso. und
piocecds to lit her. "
All doctors recommend Jarvis1 Brandy.
] > iH)080 | < l Of.
Detroit Free Press : "By the way , "
he sard , rih ho halted and turned hack ,
can you dispose of any of my slipsV"
"Of courboJ can. ' >
UI bhall be much obligedand J assure
you I fjhall not torget the good turn. "
"That's all right , old fellow : give mo
They were handed over nnd the can
didate walked on. The other walked
iround the corner and tossed the little
> ooks into n butchers' cart which blood
Utickcil up to the cupbstnno.
All druggUts eell Jiirvis1 Medical
Book-keeping , penmanship , arithme
tic , bhort-hand nnd lalegraphing , day
and evening sessions. Omaha Business
UHli uud Capitol uyeuuo.
This powder ni'verv in h" . A mm v el of purity ,
strength \\huUsoniptipss lime uomim-
Itnl than tinordlnuij klmH nnd uinniit In soli ]
in competition with the mrrltltrtdoof low roM ,
short weight alum 01 phosphate powder.- , Sold
imh In cans Hoval linking 1'owdei Co , 1JU
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JNI-V revtnrntlvi ir tttmeit forlos of Viral l'uvt r.
I'lrBon * onnMe lo visit us mi\jr bp tnatcd at homo br
coirffiiiinilciire All ojmiuu.ilciitlom iODHilitlHl. .
Mnillcfnm nr ItiHtnimratn n-nt liy mall or express.
focurcly pm kocl , no mnrk < to Inillrito contains or
Bi'inler One pi-r'onul IntcrTlew iireftnoil Utll anil
ninsult u or < enrt hliUity uf four case , and we will
Mud In plain wrapper , nor
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Upon Prtvato , gpeclttl or Ntrvous Diseases , linpo *
ttncy. Hyjihllia , Uieetand Vurlcocole , wltli question
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Or. nth nnd Uodgb Sts . - - OMAHA. I r.B.
Wenrcnfrain prepared to slum acorn-
jiletp slock nf Men's Husrness Snils , '
made in both s.reks nnd enin ( > a\s , i
Inning receUrd lar e inxiieos dnrfnp
tliu past neck. Also , lot us remind
) oii , if u Dress Suit is needed ; e can
Overcoats in all .stjhs nnd at the
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& Bro. ,
SIXTEENTH AND FAIINAM STREETS.
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and JAS , W , STARR
Slory &Clarlc andSfioningcr-Bell Organs
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Offlca Bushman Block , 16th and
Douglas 8t8. Omaha , Neb *
Next to the presidential contest has created more excitement than.
our great Overcoat sale. It is the talk of the town , and every mail
brings us scores oi letters from outside ordering Overcoats , We
haye not said half enough about these garments in our last "Ad. "
Hundreds of customers praised the Overcoats more than we did ,
and acknowledged that what they saw outstripped their best ex
Of the three special lots advertised last week , two are nearly
sold out and the only one we have a fair quantity of , and all sizes
yet are the $7.75 SATIN LINED CHINCHILLAS. There isn't any
thing that will compare with them at double the price in Omaha ,
and you will say so if you see them.
We propose to keep up this grand Overcoat sale for a while ,
and to replace the broken lots will add to-day and offer for the
coming week three more styles , which we can conscientiously
recommend as bargains just as great and unparalelled.
Elegant wide wale woven back cassimere Overcoats in 2
shades , blue and brown , well trimmed and made at $6.00. This is
an extraordinary bargain ; $6.00 would not pay for the Cloth alone
in the garment. We have sold the same Overcoats right here early
in the season as a bargain for $10 , and they can not be bought else
where for less than $12.50 to $13.
A large lot of strictly all wool Chinchilla Overcoats , the Chin
chilla made by one of the best mills in the country and warranted
Indigo wool dyed , with elegant serge lining and satin sleeve lining
at $8. We challenge any reliable Clothing House to produce a like
garment for $12. Our price this week is $8.
The third is the bargain of the season. A ot of rich and velvety Ve
netians and Elysiums , in beautiful mixtures , lined throughout and
sleeves with finest silk ; a garment which is not often foundin readymade -
made stores , at $15. You would not have a coat made to order an >
more if you see these. They are perfect in every respect and a mer
chant tailor would charge for a similar coat , $50 to $6O.
Next week we promise some extraordinary thing in suits and pants'
Watch our "ad. "
Close , economical and intelligent buyers who are judges of quali
ties and values are doubly welcomed to this great sale.
Plain Figures and One Price.
Corner i th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
I Burlington Burlington
The Burlington takes the lead.
It was in advance of all lines in developing Nebraska * '
It was in advance of all lines in establishing dining-car
service between Missouri river points and Chicago.
It was in advance of all lines in giving the people of
Omaha and the West a fast mail service.
It was in advance of all lines in running its trains from
the East into Omaha proper.
It was in advance of all lines in reducing the time of
passenger trains between Omaha and Chicago.
It was in advance , and is the only line by which you can
feave Omaha in the morning and arrive in Denver th
vening of the same day.
It has been progressive in the past.
It will lead in the future.
Travel and ship via the Burlington.
Ticket Office , 1223 Farnam Street , Telephone 250.
Depot on Tenth Street.
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