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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , NOVEMBER 11 , 1888.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
N. H. Falconer.
On Monday wo places on our counters
our whole stock of silks , plushes and
volvctcoiis nt the following extra
ordinary reductions , nnd will remain
tit thobo prices until nil nro told :
All our HOc velveteens will bo
offered at 28c ; nil new and do-
fcirnblo slindou. All our 7c vol-
votocnn will bo offered at 374 c.
All our $1.00 velveteens nt o7ic. All
out$1.50 velveteens at 78c. Our $1.50
Colored satin rlmdanm at 0 > c. Our
dL.75 colored ntin rhadanm at $1.112 } .
All our $1.25 blni-lt gros grain , blnck
faille , black twtin rlmdamas at fac. ! ) Our
line of black grosgrain silks at $ ! , $ ! . 125 ,
fl.JW , Sl.oO. $1.75 and J are less than
they can bo bought at wholesale. Our
line of black laillo Fraiu-also at $1 ,
$1.25 , * l.f > 0 and $1.75 arc ottered by
others at 2-5 nor cent more. Remember
this IB not for one day. but will remain
at these prices until all are sold. 11" )
pieces , 10 inch plush ut ( J5u , worth Me ;
20 pieces 11) ) inch plush nt 87ic , worth
81.25 ; 10 pieces 21 inch plush nt $1.120 ,
worth $1 75 ; 15 pieces 121 inch plubh ut
tl.-WJ , worth ? 2.
BLACK DKKHS GOODS.
Special sale of Priestley's silk warp
Henriettas and silk and wool nrmures.
On Monday wo will malic special prices
on these line goods. 4U inch silk warp
Henrietta , 7"12 ; inch silk warp Hon-
riutta , $112 ; inch silk warp Henrietta ,
$1.25 ; 42 inch silk warp Henrietta ,
81.60 ; 50 inch silk warp Henrietta ,
$1.76 ; 42 inch Mile warp nrmuro , $1.I5 ! ,
worth $ i.2.V ! , 42 inch Sicilian brlllian-
tine , 8oc ; 42 iiu-h Sicilian brilliantine ,
S-J.00 ; 42 inch .Sicilian brilliantinc , $1.85 ;
M ) inch Sicilian brilliantmo. $1.50 ;
DHKSS OOOUS Wo are still Helling
our $1.2-j Melton cloth nt ! )8c. ) Although
the line of colors is still complete , the
quantity is limited. They are steam
falmiiih. On Monday ! )8 ) cents. At 50
cents various styles of goods , such as
cashmere , line twills , llannels and tri
cots , all reduced in price , are real bar
gains at 50 cents. Flannel tricot We
have a job line of these goods , all good
colors. They are worth 50 ecut , for
YA UNS FA NC Y G OO IS Y A KNS.
Wo will olTor our whole stock of yarns
and fancy goods at ! ! 0 per cent lens than
they have over boon offered at before.
Four-fold vophers , in all shades , at 5e
skoiii. Starlight knitting yarn , in all
colors , at HOc skein. Starlight Saxony
yarn , in all colors , at KHC skein.
Germantown , in all colors , at 15e skein.
Starliglit Spanish yarn , in all colors , at
le ! ( ) skein. Arasene and Chenille at ISc
dozen. Hope and etching bilk at Sc
hkein , 50o tlo/.en. Plush ornaments at
20cdcvGn. These are only a few of the
bargains wo nro ollcring in this depprt-
On Monday we offer the following
great bargains in kid gloves. All of
these are real kid , not lambskin , as
nearly all cloves offered at low prices
nro : 24 do/on of the Foster , 5 and 7
hook glove , first quality , at $1 00 : i pair.
The former price of these goods was
J2.25 , 12 do/en black .Toueyiti kid
gloves , firht quality , all small si/.es , 5i ,
ft ! and ( I , 2oc a pair , worth $ l.2o. 8
ilo/.on Trofou-sso , all si .cs , 4ic ) , former
price tl.flO. Come and take lliem.
N. 11. FALCONER.
Just arrived ! Imported novelties more
elegant than ever before. Mrs. M. K.
Mitchell , lolO.Farnain.
1510 Dodge MelJrido &Kyan printing.
IjltUo Tycoon -Mimic
At Mcinberg's , 1510 Dodge street.
AlnniK. Kcltli , Special Cor .Monday ,
Hue just returned with two complete
lines of pattern bonnets and lints , the
latest for midwinter. They nro well
selected and bought cheap. Will give
special low prices on Monday. Also a
lot of fancy feathers , usual price $2.50 ,
nt $1.50 ; lot fancy birds , worth 50c , at
lOc ; tourist hats , bebt finality. trimmed ,
at 50e. Lots of other bargains in store
in all kinds of millinery freaks. Come
all and examine the same , whether pur
chasing or not. No trash exhibited.
Yours , with thanks ,
ALMA E. KEITH ,
100 and 111 15th St. , Opp. P. O.
Full vocal scores of all the late operas
including Little Tycoon.
MAX MEYKU & Bito.
Indications for Omaha and vicinity
point to much colder weather. No need
for alarm , however. You can buy abnso
burner or oak heater from the Omaha
FUJ lit.uro company I5 ! per cent cheaper
than other dealers are asking for them ,
nnd havp your own time to pay for
them bohides. Don't fail to call when
buying a stove or any article in the fur
niture lino. Wu manufacture all of our
furniture and lead in low prices.
OMAHA FURNITURE CO. ,
1207 Farnam Street.
Art needle work orders filled and les-
eons given. 998 Saumlors street.
Uses the Weber piano exclusively at
her concerts. Alfred Moinberg 'Co. ,
1310 Dodge street.
MoHrido & Ryun printing lolODodgo.
Now rope and cable silk , new stamp
ing designs , new y.ophys and siixonys.
Mr.s. M. E. MITUUJLU
Auction 1 Auction !
Monday , Nov. 12 , at 10 a. m. , at No.
llit ) ; Ginning street , dining room and
kitchen furniture , bed room and parlor
bets , chairs , tables dishes everything
found in a llrst-clns's restaurant cook
niul heating stoves. ICverthing ust
Ijo ; eoino < onrly.
A , W. Co\VAN' . Anctioneoi- .
Tlckotb for the exhibit of the Western
Art Association at the Liningor gallery
are on sale at Saxo's drug btore , Max
Meyer & Bro. , Chase & Kddy , C. S.
Raymond , Ho pe's Art htore , Hose Bro.'s
Take the Ohlcago , Milwaukee it St.
Paul railway , sliijrt line to Chicago and
i\H \ points cast , ' north , and northwest.
The only eastern line running bleeping
cars direct to and from Omaha on all
trains. Passengers from the east arriv
ing ou the evening trains much Omaha
at 7:0-1 : p. m. without transfer at Council
lilutTs. Pullman Palace sleeping cars ,
ulcgant day coaches and the Huost din
ing curs in the world nro rut ; on all
trains. For Mckots and other informa
tion apply at loOl Farnatn street , Barker
block or Union Puelllc railway ticket
o Jll ccs.
F. A. NASH , General Agont.
I dt lie Tycoon Muslo
At Mt-'Inborg'u , ISlUDodgo btreot ,
Call early and secure a copy of Littto
Tycoon. MAX MIVJU : : & Duo.
I'lano nt a ISnrgnln ,
Mngnillcent Chlckering piano , us good
as now , < mly $200 , terms to euil pur-
chabqr , at Moinborg's , 1610 Dodge btroot.
Hook-keeping , peiinwnshtp , nnthmo-
ilc , short-hand and' tolegrnphing , day
and evening sessions. Omaha Biibinobs
Collegp , 10th and L'upUol tivouue.
A oo < l Alnnnrcii > oK $1.30. '
One that will run and' keep timb can
bp bought at KDJ1OLM. Si AKIN'S ? ,
loth bt.toj > j ) . 1' . O.
n li'1 ' > li i hi i i
Special introductory sale foreign and
domestic dress goods. 40-inch French
wool tricot , pure dye , 20c , sold every
where nt oOe yard. 61-inch flannel
suitings , 5'Jc , worth 75c to $1. 42-Inch
camel hair checks , now shades , HOc ,
awful cheap. 60-inch amo/.an broad
cloth , 08e , cost $1.2to Import. Monday
will be our great bargain day in dress
goods of every description. "Wo have
many special bargains in choice goods
from N. Y. auctions , just the thing for
bchool children. OUR HILK AND VEL
VET DKPARTM KNT is now to the front
in point of sales , which is a good indica
tion of merit. Special attraction for
Monday and next week is a coed silk
nap 10-inch plush at 3c ! ) , worth 75e. A
very superior silk plush , in all shades ,
at 6ic , Ooo nnd 7"c. > . Those goods nro
very cheap and worthy special atten
tion. Wo have mndo a largo pur
chase of gros-graln bilks at very
low prices for guaranteed goods ,
and Will bell them at bargain prices.
Our 81 quality will bo sold at 05e , the
$1.2" quality at Too , the 91.85 quality at
8Hc. the $1.50 quality nt ! ) " > c , the $1.05
quality nt $1.10 , and the $2.oO quality at
$1.25. Every yard of these goods is
fully warranted to wear. Wonderful
attractions in staple domestics. A good
cotton Ilannel twilled back and fine nap
3Jc , usual price 7c. A bettor quality
at 6c , worth Uc. A superb grade cot
ton Ilannel at 8 and 10u , worth 12 to 15c
yd. Standard prints In many elegant
designs at lie , 5c and Oc , worth 7 to lOc.
Real Portland crochet spreads 58c ,
worth 87e. The celebrated Berkshire
spread at $1,00. Heavy colored spreads ,
8bc , worth $1.25. Marseille.- ) fancy
spreads $1.00. Imported Marseilles
spreads $2.25 , & 2.50 up to $ . ' ! . ( i5. Goods
never sold lc s than 95.00 to $7.00.
Gray mixed blankets ! ! 8c , 0-lb brown
mixed blankets $1.55 , pink mixed
blankets $1.08 , worth $2.50. Heavy scar
let wool blankets $2.50 , usual price $4.50.
California blanlcets $0.50 , $7.85 and
$8.85. regular price $10 to $15. Large
linen glass towels 6c each , why pay lOc ?
Special leaders in line linen towels at
Oc , 7c , lOuand 12Jc each. All our fancy
brochet border and line damask bought
to sell at . ' ! " > c , 50c and ( He each , are put
in one lot for Monday's sale at Uc ) each.
Fine linen crash at 6e , Oc nnd So per yd ,
40 per cent under value. Fancy Turk
ish towels 15c each , worth HOc. Good
largo Turkish towels Se each. Good
table linen 15c per yd. Good table
linen , fancy border , 18e wer
yd. ( iO-ineh German table linen ,
vorv line , at 35c , 45o and 55c.
00 inch Scotch linen 60e and ( ISc. 72
inch table linen , extra quality , OOc ,
worth $1.00. Fast color Turkey Red
damask lOc yard , worth 35c. Turkey
Red table damask at 25c , , ' ! 5c and 45e ,
one-half regular prices. Standard
Shaker Ilannel ut 5Je worth lOo. Heavy
gray wool mixed Ilannel at loc , worth
2oc. All wool scarlet twilled Ilannel ; . .l
25c , 29c and 35o , reduced from ISoe and
12 yard" fur lie. Cotton laces , 2 inches
wide , le yard. Fine Spanish and
Guipure laces 40 pe" cent undervalue.
Embroidery llouncing at 4 jo , worth 75c.
IGth St. , near Dodsro.
McBride & Ryan printing 1510 Dodge.
Itnrr'H Knlar cnient.
It is only two months since the
William Bar'r Dry Goods company of St.
Louis came to Omaha and opened in the
Y. M. C. A. building , corner of Douglas
and Sixteenth streets. Since then their
business has gone far beyond their ( Jx-
poctations. In fact , such a warm re
ception has been tendered this well
known dry goods firm by the public of
Omaha and vit-'nity that the William
Uarr company have been compelled to
secure the ad'joinincr room on the south.
They yesterday opened this additional
room-which4 is devoted exclusively to
cloaks and millinery and is undoubtedly
one of the lincst cloak rooms in the
west. In the millinery , as well as
cloak department the goods are of the
very finest. All the loading French
novelties are to bo found at Barr's.
From early morn till late last evening
this new room was crowded with vis
itors inspecting the two lines ol goods
to which this additional room is de
voted. The opening of these two de
partments will continue to-morrow , in
order to give all an opportunity to see
what Barr can do in these two linos.
Special Notice lo the Ludios.
Mrs. Will E. Halm , 438 South 21th st. ,
stamping and instructions given in all
kinds of art , embroidery and needle
woric. Make your own Christmas pres
A grand vocal and instrumental con
cert will bo given by Miss Franko at
the Exposition hall Monday evening ,
November 12 , at 8 o'clock. Admission
75c and 50c.
Printing MeBrido & Ryan 1510 Dodge.
Magnificent Weber upright but little
used , as good as now , for only $250 ,
terms to suit purchaser , at Meinberg's ,
1610 Dodge street.
Lessons given in pearl oil painting.
Investigate this. Schroeder , 1812 Far
The Kocontrio Novelist.
A lady who lives but a few miles from
AmeUo" Rivcs-Chanler , the eccentric
nnd famous novelist , tolls of some inci
dents and freaks connected with her
marriage that have never appeared in
print , i think , says the Louisville Post.
The novelist is nothing if not sensa
tional , .so after the ceremony , instead of
going immediately away on a bridal
tour , she changed the order of things ,
packed her whole family up and started
them oil up the country , remaining in
biipremo possession of her home , where
slio lingered several days before finally
The night of the wedding the IIOUPO
ronmincu brilliantly lighted far after
the grav streaks of dawn lit up the east
ern hori/.on , and the pretty bride was
scon Hitting through the rooms , first in
his own and then in the parlor , where
she played her harp and bang many
songs. The day was fully horn before
bho saw fit to beck rest , and not until a
0 o'clock dinner was announced did she
make her appearance , The story
published that Mrs , Chanlor
was confirmed in her night
robe' my informant tolls mo
is lituivilly true , only that it tras orna
mented with dainty and exquisite frills
and furbclov s a ul w ul'ihavo done cred
it to a ball ilrct.s only for the shape of the
garment. It is nltto said that when the
bishop ionllrmod the pretty girl her
lovlincM EO dazed the good man that ho
hardly knew how to perform the sor-
It was immediately nftartho wedding ,
too , that Miss Chandler HM introduced
her latest fad shoes or slippers with
toilets-and now the extremists
fashion at'e ' following in her train , or
rather in her shoes , There are seine
people in Now York so infatuated with
the beautiful and bewitching Amolio
that they would go barefooted if she
would but start tie ) fashion , but the
trouble in few have so pretty and deli
cately formed foot as the gifted nov
elist , and a woman , with a big foot in
toilet shoes would give u fellow enukcs.
SnnolnlSalo r r .MorulJi- <
Sheer lawn handkerchiefs , II & S , 3c ,
Hom-stUchcd linen hankdercblofs 6c
each in fancy borders. Embroidered
linen hem-stitched handkerchiefs lOc ,
reduced from 25o. Handkerchiefs 16o ,
2-Jc and 3oc , all reduced for this sale.
Silk ties lOc each , worth 2" > c. Ladies'
linen collars , 5c , 7c and lOc each , worth
lOc , 15c and 2 > e. Wo ask particular at
tention to our immense stock of veil
ings , dross trimmings' , buttons and or
naments , also embroideries , laces , ribbons
bens , toiiot soap and perfumeries. All
these goods will bo sold at prices never
heard of before in this market.
Monday is our opening day in cloak
department. We hope to display the
largest stock of cloaks west of Chicago.
Every article marked at reasonable
and attractive prices.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
comprises a full and complete line of
men's , boys' and children's clothing at
Men's nlush collar overcoats ? 2.50.
Men's hunvy eassimoro ulsters $5.00.
Men's Irish frie/.o ulsters $11.00.
New English chinchilla , beaver collar
and cuffs , $15.
Men's English Melton overcoats , $14.
Men's ' cnssimoro suits $5.
Men's line worsted suits , sack or
frock , S3.
Men's imported worsted suits 812.
Children s heavy nants 25c.
Children's wool pants Tic.
Children's wool suits $1.80.
In line clothing our stock comprises
everything in'tho market at lower
prices than any other house in Omaha.
OUR HAT AND RUBBER , GOODS
Complete in all its lines and nowhere
in the city can you Ilnd goods at such
extremely low prices.
Men "a and boys' hats and caps are
being sold at i their real value.
The following prices will hold good
for next week :
Men's wool hats 25c , worth 75c.
Men's extra quality fur hats $1.50 ,
Men's caps 25c , worth 5c. ( )
Misses plush caps05c , worth $1.50.
Boys' and misses' school caps 35e ,
Genuine English dyed seal caps $4.95 ,
Ladies' fur skating cap SOc , worth
Ladies' gossamcres 53c , worth $1.25.
Ladies' plnid gossamero 05c , worth
82.00. IIAYDEN BROS. ,
IGth , bet. Dodge and Douglas.
Snccinl Ijow Prices Tor Monday.
Ono case of childrcns tobboggans , lOc
each , others ask 25a A special job in
our \V. C. C. corsets which we have
been helling at SI.60 , on Monday wo
close this lot at 75c. Ladies' white me
rino vests , pearl buttons and cat
stitched , only 35c , a regular OOc gar
ment. Ladies' scarlet lambs wool vests
nnd pants only 75c each , good value at
$1.25. Gent's camels hair j hose , only
2jc , reduced from 50c. Ladies' cashmere -
mere hose in blacks only at 25c per pr. ,
reduced from SOc. Children's wool hose
in derby ribbed and English mixtures
only 25c , reduced from 50o. Infants' all
wool hose lOc each , reduced from 25c.
Infanth' English cashmere hose only
25c , reduced from 50o. Gents' white
silk haddkcrchiofs , hemstitched , only
25c each , worth COc. 1 lot of gents' silk
mulllers in cream , cardinal and blue
only , reduced to $1.50. never sold for
less than $3.00. Our kid glove palo con
tinued on Monday. Infants' saxony
knit shirts only 85c. worth OOc. Ludios'
fine cashmere gloves 19c , reduced from
40c. Gents camels hair underwear 95c
each , others ask $1.60. Boys' heavy
wool mitts reduced to JOc per pr.
Broken si/es in childrens' underwear at
i price. The largest line of gents'
wool and leather mittsand gloves in the
city at manufacturers prices. 1 case of
gents' wool mitts , shrunk , at 25c , worth
SOc. Ladies' kid gloves , oinbroidei-cd
backs , only 50c per pr. , worth $1.00.
IIAYDEN BROS. ,
Dry goods , IGth st.
IjlUle Tycoon Music
At Mcinberg's , 1510 Dodge street.
Spoons , knives and forks sold by
EDHOLM & AKIN.
15th and Dodge , opp. P. O.
AVeucr IMnnon licnd the World.
Used exclusively at Miss Noally Ste
vens' concerts. Alfred Meinberg Co. ,
Agents , 1510 Dodge street.
PrintingMcBride &Ryan 1510 Dodge.
Get _ your old safes redecorated in
artistic style by Schroeder , 1612 Farnam.
All the latest vocal and instrumental
selections from Little Tycoon.
MAX Miviu & BRO.
Ladies' ' Turkish baths Tuesdays and
Friday sO , to 1 , under Boyd's opera house.
Lost Her Sight Through Folly.
About a year ago one of the most
lovely girls in the btate lived at No. 40
Orange avenue , Los Angeles , says the
Times of that city. A pair of largo ,
liquid blue eyes sot off a face- that
would put any picture to shame , and
her form was simply perfect. The
young lady was highly educated and
possessed all the qualities that go to
make up a society belle. Her parents
are weli-to-do and she has wanted for
nothing since she was old enough to
prattle. But she had one fault , and
that fault has proved her undoing. It
is called vanity. She fairly worshipped
her own eyes and did everything in her
power to make thorn more beautiful
than they wore.
She used numerous drusrs before she
found what she wanted. This last drug
made her eyes sparkle like diamonds ,
nnd she used it to such an extent that
her right eye began to shrivel. This
brought her to her senses and the fam
ily physician was called in. But ho
came too late , and informed the poor
girl that she , must lose one of her eyes
nnd probably both. The right eye was
taken out home time ago , and bho has
lost all sight in the loft and will be
blind for life. It is one of the saddest
cases that was over brought to light in
Itend it A aln.
Chicago Tribune : Twenty-four years
a perspiring and anxious yet hopeful
throng of democrats llllod the recorder's
ollicu in the old Chicago court honso to
listen to the reading of election bulle
tins , The presidential candidates wore
Abraham Lincoln and George B. Mc-
Clollan. The first dispatch feud was
from Joliet , 111. , which had gone demo
cratic by an increased majority. The
assembled dompcrats sot up a lusty you ,
Tlio next dispatches from some other
town in Illinois and told of an over
whelming republican majority. It was
listened to with the most profound sil
ence , The bulletins then began to
come thck | nnd fast , showing republi
can victories everywhere , ana this goon
became monotonous. Hiram M , Chase ,
as credible witnesses aver , loaned over
toward lr. ) Wickorbham and whUperod
hoarsely : "Lot's havo. the returns
from Joliet read again. " It was done
and the cheers of the rejoicing demo
crats once more rout the uir.
Wi3 cnn't got In our now steve for
three or four flays nnd for that short
simco of thno we mean to slaughter our
btoclc mi mercifully.
Our entire cloak stock at prices thnt
\villastonishcvcryonoi A siitin lined
plush clonk for $11.08. ' Our 8SO plush
clonk for 810.05. Our'.foO ' plush clonk
for $20.1)3. ) Our $10. newmnrkots nt
$ .5.08. Our $15 nowinni'kots nt $7.OS.
This stock must bo reduced , nnd we
litivo but n few days to accomplish this
end. Cashmeres , Hiinnels , broadcloths ,
alld nil other dross fabrics slaughtered
regardless of cost.
61-inch broadcloth nt 80c , worth $1.50.
18-inch Henrietta cloth nt bOc , worth
51-inch very line nil wool tricot , OPo ,
10-inch all wool tricot , H9o , worth "oc ,
10-incli nil wool , stripes nnd chocks ,
flannel. 20i , worth J5o.
Another ease of Jamestown nlpaca.
G2e. worth 20c.
wo have n few moro rcmniuits of
dress goods you can have nt your own
18 inch silk finish velvet lOc.
18 Inch brocaded velvet 25c worth Too.
Also wo have n few short lengths of
striped velvets to close out .it ( io. ! ) regu
lar price $1.75 to $2.50 a yard.
In Indies underwear , wo have some
unprecedented bargains to olTor.
ExIrn line pure spun silk vests at O'Jc ,
Extra fine all wool bcnrlot vests GOc ,
The lincst quality of lambs' wool at
O'Je ' , worth $1.75.
Men's underwear nt one-half regular
furnishing house prices.
A line ribbed underwear , the t-amo
us Ilolroyds at $3.08 n suit , worth $7.00.
GRAND SALE OF SILK RIBBONS.
a and 4-in crown-edge , watered , all
silk ribbons , in all the now shades ,
IHc a yard. You would get a bargain
if we bhould charge you ; ! 5c a yard for
The finest quality of gros grain , halin-
cdgo ribbon , 4-inches wide , at , 2ic ) a
yard , would bo cheap at Hoc.
Fancy ribbons for millinery purposes
at millinery prices.
Goods must be sold , regardless of cost ,
before wo move.
Wo will soon occupy the desirable
storeroom at 110 and 118 South Kith
Experienced dry goods salesmen
STONEHILL , 1515 Douglas St.
on glass , boards , tin , walls , cards , etc.
Schroeder , 1012 Farnam.
To Those Who Arc About to Uc Mar
Call at Edholm & Akin's , opp. post-
ollicc , 15th and Dodge , and buy one of
their beautiful engagement rings. You
will bo sure and come back for one of
their plain rings of our own make.
Remember the place.
EDHOLM & AKIN ,
15th and Dodge , 3pp. P. O.
IjitHo Tycoon Music
At Meinberg's , 1510 Dodge street.
McXiuiuiruV ) Market.
The attention of aBnicmun was attract
ed by the unusually fiuodieplny of game ,
poultry , oysters etc. , before a'now'mcat
market on Cuming street near 17th
street. A glance within revealed a
large new store loom fitted up in first-
class style and chock lull of the best
meats the market could supply. The
owner proved to be Mr. T. F. McNn-
mara , a brother of the late M. A. Mc-
Nnmara. In answer to a question Mr.
M. said , "Yee sir , we have a good mar
ket hero , in fact , you cannot nnd a bet
tor one in the city , and wo sell cheaper
thanany of them. For instance , we
sell tiie best cuts of sur-
loin and porter-house steaks
for lOc a pound , ribroast , at 8c and lOe ;
corned and boiling beef , at from 3c to
oc , legs of mutton and mutton chops , at
10o ; and chioco veal , from 8c to 12ic.
Doob not that bear out my statement':1 :
said the jolly lleicher. Continuing , Mr.
McNamara said that he kept , besides all
kinds ol fresh and cured meats , sau
sages , etc. , a fresh supply of butter and
eggs , right from the country , ns well as
oysters and small game. As I told you
before , this is a first-class market , and
one that a lady can come into and feel
at home. A crowd of customers coming
in. the scribe elbowed his way to the
door , satisfied that this market was run
for the people.
ISlODodgo McBride &Ryan printing.
Con Hullivan'rt Made.
It is commonly believed , says the
farming World , that there are undoubt
edly mysterious influences by which an
immediate ascendancy is gained over
the horse independent of the process
of teaching or promptings of atleetion.
There was formurlylivingin the county
of cork , Ireland , a family who laid claim
to the possession of a secret by which
the wildest or mo t vicious horse could
bo tamed. The secret ifi said to have
been originally imparted by a Bohe
mian gypsy to'the then head of the family
ily a cc'iitiiry and a half ago , and to
have been regularly transmitted , as a
parting legacy at the time of his death ,
from the father to the oldest son. Pos
sibly there may bo in the county rf
Cork a scion of the family still
practicing with more or less suc
cess , the art of "horse whisp
ering , " but it is an undisputnblo
fact that at the commencement of the
present century the faino of Con Sulli
van , the then head of the family , for
miraculous cures of vicious horses , had
spread far and wide throughout Ire
land. Among the many well-attested
accounts of the wonderful achievements
of Con Sullivan , "Tho Whisperer,1'
the services which ho rendered to Colonel
nel WcHtonra , who afterward succeeded
to the title of Rossmoro. wore the tulle
of the whole country. The colonel had
a splendid race liorso culled Rainbow ,
and he was anxious to run him at the
races on the Curragh of Kildaro , but he
wasHOwild and vicious that his own or
found that he must giv-o up all thouirhts
of bringing him out and.running him.
Ho would bite every one vho went near
him , like the present Lord Falmouth's
brute , Mulcy Edris , who "savaged" the
Into Fred Archer's arm , nnd it uas
necessary to tie up Ins head when tno
groom who attended him was with him.
If ahorse chanced to'be near he was
sure to nito him or try to ; and the legs
of the jockey who attempted to mount
him did not'cscapo lribfaugs.
Lord Donorvillo said.ho , know a par
son who could euro him , jind a wager
of 1,000 was laid on- * the matter. A
messenger was dispatched for Con Sull
ivan , who was known'throughout the
country side as "tho whisperer , " from
the supposition that ho whispered into
the horse's car , by which means ho
quieted such as wore unruly. When ho
was told the state of Colonel Westonra's
horse ho desired to uo into the stable to
see him. "You must wait until his
head is tied up , " was said and repeated
"No occasion " said
by those present. ,
Con ; "ho won't bite me. " So in ho
went , after premptorily ordering no one
should follow him till a given signal
should imply that they hud his permis
sion. He then shut the door for the un
enviable toto-a-toto. In a llttlo more
than a quarter of an 'hour the signal
was heard. Those who liad boon wait
ing in alarm for the result rushed in
i v MWTKHMHURaUMHMMHnHBM Mm HBOMHNi nDK l BBna HHM
Monday , Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings ,
NOVEMBER 12 , 13 and 14.
THE WORLD-FAMED ARTISTES , THE
In thiir Great Farcical I omedj , an Original European Sensation ,
LE VOYAGE EN SUISSE.
Remodeled , Reconstructed. The Funniest Play ever Witnessed
Introducing the Most Realistic and Wonderful
Mechanical Stage Effects Ever Produced.
Replete with Comedy , Sensation , Startling SurprKes ,
Catchy Songs , Bright and Pretty Music.
The Great Railroad Explosion ,
Fun in a Sleeping-Car.
The Stage Coach Disaster ,
A BRILLIANT COMPANY OF ARTISTS.
Price- * .
and found the horse extended on his
back playing like a kitten with the
whisperer , who was quietly sitting by
him. Both horse and operator appeared
exhausted , particularly the latter , to
whom it was necessary to administer
brandy and other stimulants before ho
could bo revived. The horse was per
fectly tame and gentle from that day.
In the spring of lb)4 ( ) Mr. Whalcy's
King Pippin was brought out to run at
the Curragh of Kildaro. IIo has been
described as a horse of the most savage
and vicious disposition ; lie had a habit
of flying at and worrying any person
who came near him. When he could
turn his head round ho would seize his
rider's log with his teeth nnd drag him
from his back. The dilllculty of man
aging such a horse may be conceived ,
and on this occasion it was impossible
to put a bridle on him. The whisperer
was now sent for. IIo remained shut in
the stable all night. In the morning
King Pippin was scon following him
like a dog , lying down at the word of
command , and permitting- any per on
without resistance , to put hi-s hand in
his mouth , while he stood "gentle as a
lamb. " He was brought out in the
coui > e of the meeting , was run , and
won the race.
The fame of the whisperer had now
spread throughout the country , and his
services were in extensive demand.
This extraordinary person had been no
ticed in many and various publications.
Crofton Crokor speaks of him in his
"Fairy Legends' ' as an "ignorant rus
tic of the lowebt class , " while he bears
ample testimony to his extraordinary
Afternoon and Ercnlny ,
Sunday , November II.
Grand Jubilee !
The lincst Coucort ll.uid In thn uorld , Inrluil-
UK the uost hololhts in the prolt-sloii , and
nutrhl'iss uiiHlrlans throughout ,
1 ho follow liiKfinlni'iitorul uitlsts :
MME. BLANCH STONE-BARTON
I'rlmn llonna Soprano
MISS HELEN DUDLEY CAMPBELL ,
I'rlmii Uiiiina Contralto.
SIGNOR ERNESTO BALDANZA ,
Italian Tenon' .
HERR EMIL STEGER ,
( juiinan llnrltonv.
GILMORE'S ' OF TEN ANVILS
Battery of Six Caniion
To celebrate thcSCtli Anniversary of the
NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE ,
Ami joproducc the features of that great Mu-
Hlcal Festival held In Hoitonut the cioso of the
viir. J'rlces , Mic. Tfic and ! , < 0. No extra c harj'e
for ieserved catn , Bale commencingTliumday.
Monday mid Tucmlay , Nov. IS and 1J. !
TIKI Cliannlng nnil Vcrshtllp f-nubrottc ,
Inlicr Ni'w .Musical Coined ? In three nri , i'
Supported : . . . . ujr tt oompnnr of
dliury eoL-mitruentof Air llmcy l'ci | | > ir. IlllA'n1pr | '
r u"MniTcurt ( , " who VIII Introduce hfi I.U l bul-
tid , "Vlclure of Home , " "Pureirrll , f 'li"11 ' ,
Thursday , Frlflait nnd
Jforamber Jn , Id nnd 17.
SATURDAY MATlDEiS ,
TIII : roi'i'fj.vH COMKUIANS.
MUKPEIY Attl MIJKI'IIY ,
In tlm Numlcjcilpt Knlortatninent ,
OUR IRISH VISITORS ,
Suiijioited liy auninpnny oC unusual
cxcellenco , umliT tnuinnn-
.fOII.V M. HILL.
Itegnlar prices. Ptatsno on mlo nt 0 o'clock
MUSEE < >
Week of Monday , October l2tli. !
EXlllAOliniNAllY ATTRACTION ? .
,7. W. COFFE I * ,
The Dude Skebton !
DON'T TAIL TO SCH HIM.
Grand Attractions in all parts of
One l > inie Admit * to All.
OUR LEVEL BEST
In Goods , Price and
Our best foot is forward.
We take no second place.
We lift our tailoring above
the clothing thunder with
no more cost to you.
There's an elevated way ;
we choose it. We make
your garments to measure
as closely as we can , and
make them well.
For over twenty - five
years we've made every
day a stepping stone to
better tailoring , until we
can put it along side the
best , and be sure of your
\Ve have a higher opin
ion of our business than
that of a treadmill produc
ing so much profit. We're
looking to your advantage
as well ; to make you cloth-
in that fits to cost you
less from the foremost
The styles are the best
because we keep goods
moving briskly ; that in
turn we do by large pur
chases and low prices to
Suits and Overcoats ,
tailored , $20 to $60.
Trousers , tailored , $5 to
1409 Douglas St. , Omaha.
There's an objective
point to Nicoll's tailoring
you may be sure :
It's getting and holding to
your trade through good
work at saving prices.
A LARGE MANUFACTURING COM
PANY. having an established trade [
on a line of goods , f " " < < ' * / ' / " " -
< * , find It necessary to open n
branch house In this city and will
furnish from ' " ' " ' " / ; / ' < ' " < " -
taint dollar * in cush towards enmo ,
with o satisfactory party furnishing
ngo , pnat experience ) anil referencus.
BRANCH HOUSE ,
Union National Bank , Chlcoeo , III-
MR. STJDPIII3N SCHMIDT.
Proprietor of barber shop , No.
1518 Webster street , first door
from 16th , had catarrh for
eight years. His symptoms
were : Pain in head , over eyes ,
hawking- and spitting , nose
stopped up , soreness in throat ,
trouble in left ear.
Took two months treatment
and is feeling better than ever
J. CRESAP McCOY ,
( I.ato of Ucllovue llospltal.New Voik. )
Charles M , Jordon
( I.atrof the iTiilvcrnlty of .Vt-w Vork City and
Jlou.ildUiiIvei.MtVi VVuslilnijton , l > , Cf.
No. 31O aud fill Raraijo Bulldlnff
Cosiur I'lftcunlh nnd Mnrncy sts , , Omaha ,
uheioull imablo < .i > * ciuru ( icatcd
Noto-Ir. ) Cliiulci M. Jordan 1ms bien rf9l
rtonr jiliyhli-lnii for Dr. Mi C'oy , In Omaha , tot
the jiuM jfiir and Is I ho iiliyHlilan who has
muilii the cuii-4 tlmt have been
Vieuki ) lu this ) i > .ti > er ,
Mfi1lt.il illht-asoi treat" ! ukillfuU.v. Consump
tion. Ililthl'H clUc.i.hH , J > ) .iuoi > - > Ia , Ilhoumittlniu
nnd ui ; N IK ; vnr.s uisr.Aiii : . ; . AH < II I.'WH i > o-
nllur In thu hx ia u l > ' " .la.Uy , UATAHHU
CONSULTATION at olllco or by mall , tl.
Olllco hours -'J to II n. m . Sto I p. m. , 7 to Bp ,
rn , Sunday oillce tiou\a \ fiom y iu. . , to 1 p , n ,
Con espondencu iecel > ea prompt attention ,
Mum dlteaxci ) nro ( rented mim'itifully by Or.
lui'lon ' Unpin ; 1 1 HIM Mi.ilinjiil | It In tlniH po/m
lor Mima unuula to milieu a journey to ob
iiini:8rtnn ; : : , HOSI-ITAI , TitKATMKXu.1
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