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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1889)
8 THE OMAHA DAILY BBEt SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 15 , 1889.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
Is to buy goods direct from manufac
turers and turn ttiom over quick nt tlio
Bmnllcst possible advance on cost price.
This IB wn.y wo sell nsplandid line of
ladles' nnd children's handkerchiefs at
lie , worth 6c , also an endless variety of
finO stylish handkerchiefs at Co , at 7c ,
tit lOc , at 12c , at IGc , at 20o and nt 22c ,
sold elsewhere at 8 l-3o up to 60o each.
Dress buttons at 2lc per doz. , worth lOc ,
and buttons In all grades at two-thirds
regular prices. Dress stays Gd nor doz.
Blockcnot dross shields at 10o , 12c and
] Gc. Skirt braids In all colors 5c per
roll. Silk binding ICe nor bolt. Bolt
ing silk , lacing cords and silk fringes at
less than wholesale prices. Wo show
the largest line of staple notions , art
ncctllo work material , volllngs ,
ruchlngs , embroidery nnd ribbons
in the stnto and our prices arc posi
tively the lowest. Wnoro can you
match our prices on stationary , books
or periodicals. People will tind it to
their interest to think of those things.
Our stock of millinery and line French
ribbons , ostrich and fancy fcuthors and
trimmed hats is beyond compare.
Whora can you find such a stock of flno
cloaks , English walking jackets , jor-
Boys , shawls , ladles' suits and costumes ,
and who will match our prices. Wo
submit thcsa questions to the Interested
parties. Wo believe that ladies nowa
days go whore they can do the best , and
buncombe will not win. In silks and
plushes wo are ottering at 48o a silk the
usual price of which is Too ; the very
best surah silk at 05c , usual price l)5e ) ;
black gros grain sill : , fully warranted ,
GOc , 7fic , 83c , 88c , $1 , $1.25 to $3.75 ; the
best thlntr over olTorod in colored gros
grain eilk In all the now colors at GOc ,
tliis Is positively the best goods
on the market , and will match
any mimplo brouirnt to our counters at
I < Sf < 81.25. You will find this sale worthy of
your attention. A real silk plush , all
shades , 2c. ! ) A wider and heavier ono
nt 374c. Silk velvets from 45o to $0.60
per yard. Dry Goods Heavy , * 3 worsted
goods , for Tuesday , 4c. ! Heavy double
width worsteds. lUo to ! 15c. Cable twill ,
jw host shades , 12Jo , usual price 25c. En
glish body cashmeres , plain nnd fancy ,
I lOc to Me. Double fold , all wool flannels ,
29c to 40c. Double fold Tricot , all
wool , 8/5c / to-65o. A flno ladles' ' cloth ,
68cto 75c. 80-inch fancy stripes and
plaids , 47c. All wool cashmeres , now
ehados , 45c. f 5c , 03c to $1.25. Best Gor
man-French Henrietta.beautiful sliades ,
(55c ( , 88c and $1.15. Silk wraps , 70c , 88c ,
1)5c ) , 91.00 , $1.15 , $1.85 and $2.75. 60-
inch all wool broadcloth , fioo , 05c , 8Sc.
$1.15. $1.35 and $3.25 per yard.
Wo carry the best known brands on
the market of these goods , in English ,
German and French weaves in all wool
and silk and wool , and will sell thorn at
our usual small margin of profit. All
are as represented or monov refunded.
Our oneninir fall sale commences on
shoes tins week.
Ludies line kid shoes , 31.25 , $1.50 ,
81.75 and $2.00. Our S3.00 hand turned
kill shoe this week $2.60. .Our * , ! .00 and
$3.5(1 ( hand turned shoes you will pay
84.00 and $1.50 for elsewhere.
Remember this it , an opening sale
week on shoos , and wo will scU'shoos at
unheard of pr'ces. ' All now goods just
in , Children's shoos a specialty. Baby
shoes , 25e.
HAYDEN BROS. ,
. Dry Goods ana Shoos.
Gen's' FnrnitUiiiiGT D pnrnnont.
We nro now showing the largest line
of gouts' underwear In Omaha nt prices
lower than over , and commencing Mon
day wo WilUmnko prices so low -that it
Will bo to your interest to look at our
stock. Gents5 line and heavy natural
wool shirts and drawers only SI each ,
worth $1.60 ; 1 case of gents' English
white Merino underwear , pearl buttons
and satin front , only 50c ouch , worth 31 ;
gents' heavy grey wool underwear only
75c per suit , worth $1.25 ; 1 ease of gents'
unlnuntlriou shirts only Hoc each , worth
66c ; all our gents' 25o bnlbriggan i hose
reduced to 16o per pair ; gents * fine cashmere -
mere 4 hose 25c , worth 40c ; 60 dozen
gents'2-lc linen cuffs reduced to 12Jc ;
100 20-inch Gloria silk umbrellas only
81.50 ; reduced from $2.23" . On Monday
wo put on sale 100 silk umbrellas , olo-
gitnt.handlcs and warranted to wear , in
this lot will bo found umnrollus worth
$5 and $0 a pioro , your choice $3.60 ; 100
dozen gents' extra heavy , homo made ,
all wool sox only 2oe per pair , worth
60o ; gents' ' heavy llannol ovorshirts
only $1 , worth $1.60 ; 10J dozen silk
handkerchiefs , job , onlv 20c , worth 50c.
HAYDEN BROS. ,
Dry Goods and Carpets , 10th St.
fi. I' . Morno * Co. ,
Importers of men's hose and underwear ,
offer now some bargains in
MEN'S ' WINTER BALBRIGGAN
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS ,
TIGHT JERSEY FITTING.
Wo lio.vo also some very ohoico quali
ties of men's sanitary wool natural pray
undershirts , night shirts , bocks , ladies'
and child's combination suits , otc.
Our men's furnishing department is
replete with Into novelties in nock ties ,
Buspondors * . hose , underwear , otc.
S. P. MORSE & CO. .
Importers Men's Furnishings.
Thursday next at Paplllion fair n
premium of silver cup for the best mile
on bicycle. Free for nil. No entrance
foe.Don't i <
Don't fail to bo present at the high
bred horse and cattle sale to oo held at
Spring Valley Stock Farm , Wednesday ,
Cooking coal $3.60 , Coutnnt & Squires ,
Dr. Mattico has removed to the Doug
las block , Sixteenth and Dodge-streets.
The firm of I. and I. Hodgson , jr. ,
nrohitocts , is dissolved , the business , in
the fuluru , will be conducted by I.
Hodgson , jr.
Isn't an exclusive Carpet and Dra
pery Housd the best place to buy such
Roods ? Fall styles now in ; inspection
invited , The only completes stock in
the city , .Mail orders given careful at
tention. TLnrtjost a took , lowest pricos.
S. A. ORCHAUD. Furnumnnd Fifteenth
Btreots , Omaha , Nob.
Ijnw niut llulltflon ,
AtDocatur , Tox. , Eph Huffman was
tried in the distriut court for horse
thoft. The court room IB ubod Sunday
ns a place of worship. Sunday morning
during the services the jury returned a
verdict , The prisoner wns brought in
and sentenced to flvo years in the peni
tentiary , after which the services were
A. IlnriT IJIciw.
Providence Tologriyu : Easterner I
hear youn house was carried away by
the oyelono while you were uway from
liomp. Pretty hard luck.
Wo8tori)0.r ) Yes , it was a hard blow
for the family ,
A Gobbler Sltttiij : on Apple * .
At Sylvanla , Ga , , a few days ago ,
Frank McGrimition found n turkey nest
on wh ch. an o\d \ gobbler was sitting. On
examination ho found that the nest was
filled , not with eggs , but with apples.
Mr. MdCrlmmon has found it a dillluult
matter to uudoceivo the gobbler.
Hticclnl Hnr nlnft Tor IMontlry ,
Now is the time to buy your flannels.
Our stock is full of bargains. Heavy
red twilled flannels from the great
auction sale in Now York will bo of
fered Monday at Ifio yard. Bettor
grade at lOc ; still bettor at 17c yard.
At lOo wo offer a medicated flannel that
you can not match in any other place
for lOo yard , It Is the best value you
over had n chance to got for your
money in Omaha. Extra good value in
rod nnd navy blue twilled flannels at
25c , 30c , 85c , 40c , 45c nnd 60o yard.
Fancy plaid , plaid flannels , and fancy
striped skirting llnnnols in great va
riety. Just opened , n now line of
ladles' flannel skirt patterns. Full line
of white flannels. 50 pieces of whlto
shaker flannel nt 5e yard.
Wo have just received our first ship
ment of embroidered flannel in white
and colored flannel. A beautiful line
to select from , See the bargains wo
ofTor at 05o , 70o , 85c , OOc , S)5o ) , 81 , $1.10 ,
$1.25 , $1.40 and $1.60 a yard. They are
all now nnd new styles.
Look at those prices for Monday. No
remnants , but right from the piece ,
all perfect. 20 plocos unbleached can
ton llannol at 2o per yard ; 20 nieces at
8Jc ; 20 pieces at 4Jo ; 60 pieces atGc ; 60
pieces at 7c ; 40 pieces at 8c ; 200 pieced
at lOc per yard ; 101) ) pieces assorted up
to 20c per yard ; 60 pieces bleached can
ton flannel nt6c , 7c , 80 , Ou , lOo , 125c ,
15c , 18c and 20c per yard. Compare our
prices , we load them all.
SPECIALS MONDAY ONLY.
Yard wide LL sheeting 6c per yard.
Uream-eolorcd table linen 112 jc per yard.
Turkey rod table damask lee per yard.
60 do/.en buck towels at 4e ouch or 45o
per do/.on. only 1 do/.en to oaeli custo
mer. Whlto crochet bed spreads , Mar
seilles patterns , 40e each. Yard wide
cheese cloth lie per yard. Pink calico
6c per yard. Yard wide Dutch blue
calico lOu. Now fall styles in dross
gingham 60 , 7ic , Sic and lOc per yard-
all linen 1. Gorman napkins reduced
to $1 00 dozen worth $1.05. Turkish wash
rags oo oauh. Japanese napkins 35c a
hundred. 18 inch glass chock toweling
worth lOo reduced to 5c per yard. Keep
your eye on our specials if you want to
HAYDEN BROS' . SPECIALS.
40 in. wide lace striped scrim , 6c , lOc ,
15c and 18c yard ; Turcoman curtains ,
$1.75 , T2.00 , $2.25 , $3.00 , $4.G > and $5.05
a pair ; all chcnillo curtains nt $7.60 ,
worth $12.00 ; lace curtains at $1.00 ,
$1.50 , $2.00 and ? 2.60 n pair. Window
shades at ! )5c ) and 50c each. Door mats
at 35c , 60c , COc. 75c and 85e each. New
ingrain carpets at 40c and oOc , extra
bargain. Floor oil cloth , 25o and 33c
yard. Feather pillows , 60c each. 4 Ib.
grey blankets at 8MJ pair ; whlto
blankets at OOc pair ; comforts at 75c
each. Double seated cnno rockers at
80e each. Dolls at 5o , lOo , 15e , 23c each.
Building blocks , 5c , lOc , 2oc and 50c a
sot. A big ; , as sorttuent of games to
select from.K See our prices on satchels ,
hand baas , valises , trunks , lunch
baskets , work baskets , otc. Plush
photo albums , $1.50 , $1.75 , $2.00 , $2.60 ,
$3.00 , $3.50 and $4.00 each. Every de
partment is full of bargains. The
largest stock , the best assorted stock
and the lowest prices vou will find at
Dry Goods and Caruots.
The Eden Musoo management is de
termined to present good attractions
lor each week during Ha full season.
To this end Manager Sackott is sparing
no pains nnd no expense in securing
thu best talent. The attractions for the
coming _ week are exceptionally good.
.At tin expense of $500 per week the
famous lady mandolin orchestra has
boon engaged. This is ono of the most
popular troups in the country and it has
won a host of compliments from the
best critics of the nation. Among other
attractions will bo Annie Sylvester , the
great bicycle rider , F. B. Thomas ,
negro song xand dance artist , Millard
Fillmore , th'o famous Gorman dialect
comedian , Sweany , the modern Satnp-
on , famous as the strongest man on
earth. BowOrs and Cltiyton will pre
sent their now comedy sketch entitled
"tho days of old , " in which they have
secured just recognition to rank'nmong
thu best comedians of the ago. There
are now seven mammoth departments
In the Eden Museo ami two theaters.
In both of the latter line stage perform
ances are given each show , nnd every
ellort has been made by Manager Sack
ott to make the Musoo out rival any
similar resort in the country , and ho is
succeeding beyond the hopes of his
most sanguine friends. Every depart
ment of the Eden Musec will bo tilled
with interesting attractions , nnd Indi-
cntions are that the coming week at the
popular family retort will bo the best of
the present excellent season.
$4OO riniin for $ ii. 0.
We have n fine upright piano cobt
originally $100 offered at $250 lor casher
or on monthly payments.
Call at once and secure n bargain.
A. HOSPE , JR. ,
1613 Douglas St.
For sale , a bargain , if taken this
week , 132x132 feet southeast corner
Tenth and Farnam streets. Room 803
First National Bank.
Mrs. Ringer just received n line of
patterns in hats and bonnets. Ill ) North
Cooking coal $3.60 , Coutant& Squires ,
Helin & Thompson announce the nr-
rival of the fall .woolens. They desire
inspection of their very largo stock of
special styles by all gentlemen who ap
preciate thoroughly first class garments.
To Coliiinluu , Ohio , vln tlio AVnbnsh.
Commencing September 13 to 10 in
clusive , the Wnbash will soil to every
body round trip tickets to Columbus ,
Ohio , nt ono faro. Theso-tiokota will
bo on sale nt nil stations on the
Union Pacific , also at the Wabash ofllco ,
1502 Farnara street , OmUhn.
G. N. CLAYTON ,
N. W. P. & T. Agt.
A Concur ! l'ntponril.
The grand concert that was to have
boon givoti In the store of the Ameri
can tailors , tn the Pax ton hotel , on the
occasion of their fall opening last even
ing , wns postponed until Monday even
ing , at 7 p. in. , owing to Borne defect in
the electric light systom.
The Tleor Took : llltt Ctiolo ? .
A singular adventure recently befell
n government surveyor in the wilds of
Sumatra. After n hard day's work on
n mountuin-side harassed the night in
the open air in u hut hastily run up by
hit ) coolioa , As ho was falling asleep
nftorjpng watching the sight of two
flory oyoa glaring in at the entrance of
the hut almost paralyzed him with ter
ror. An enormvua royal tiger soon
glided in , smelted him all over , and
then sot to work devouring the remains
ot hib evening meal to the last morsel.
AfterwarU his terrible guest departed.
A Hloli Jnpin Coal Fluid.
The coal ; Holds of Hokftado , in Japan ,
are estimated by an American engi
neer lo bo worth $100,000,000. ,
S , P. MORSE & CO ,
Importers of Silks and Droos
Bnrpnln * For Montiny fmdlr A' Jack
ets $1.00 , 98.an , $10 Dress
Gouili IlArgnin , 7Bo
Now Silks , $1.
Monday wo offer some Into novelties
in PARIS NOVELTY -black nnd col
ored brocaded silks. $2.JJo and' $2.fit ) n
yard , regular $5 and $0 goods.
81.25 DRESS GOODS 760.
GO pieces broadcloth finish drop d' al
mas , nil now fall shades , full 40 Inches
COST TO IMPORT , $1.2.3.
OUR PRICE MONDAY , 750.
Although the quantity Is largo , the
prlco is cheap enough to soil them all
COLOUED FAILLE PRANOAISE , $1.
Monday 50 plocos extra good , now
colors , faille Francaiso $1 , worth $1.50 ;
send for samples.
Twilled broadcloths , 81.16 ; worth
Twilled broadcloths , $1.50 ; worth $2.
Choice broadcloths-$1.75 ; worth $2.50.
Paris sponged broadcloths , $2.50 ;
"Wo have other qualities , but the
above are all bargains worth seeing.
S. P. MORSE & CO.
Attention is called to the fact that we
are ngontsand have n complete stock of
Sanitary natural wool underwear ,
Ladles' and child's vests and drawers ,
L'ldics' and child's combination suits ,
Ladies' and child's night dresses ,
Boys' and men's shirts nnd drawers ,
LADIES' FALL JACKETS.
$4.00 Ladies' tailor made , coat back ,
heavy black stockinet jackets of perfect
shape , well worth $7 each , choice $4.00.
$8.35 Ladles' ' line black stockinet
jackets , now style , coat back , tailor
made , perfect fitting , worth $11.50 , our
$10 The very best made , flno cord
edge finish , satin facings throughout ,
bell shaped sleeve and now coat back ,
sold everywhere at $13.50 , for this sale
only $10each. S. P. MORSE & CO.
Importers of Silks and Dress Goods.
The Hub restaurant has removed from
111 South Fourteenth street to 1300 Far
mi in street , formerly Cook's shoo stand.
3 CON I'll ACTS.
J. K. IMIcy Brines Homo a Cool Half
Million In Contrnctn.
J. E. Riley , of the well known con
tracting firm of J. E. Riley & Co. , bus
returned from an extended business
trip and now has in his "inside pocket"
over half a million dollaVs in contracts.
These include the Denver sowerngo
contract as well ns the " \yichita paving
contract besides contracts for public
work in several other cities.
The Denver soworagocon tract is the
largest contract of its kind over under
taken by any contracting firm in the
west ; an other instance of Omaha's
groatuess. ' '
Mr. Riley is one of the' largest con
tractors in the west ; bto is also the
principal owner of the well known and
justly celebrated Sioux Falls' granite
quarries which is one of the largest in
the country. Granite from this quarry
is noted for its hardness , nnd is in great
demand till over the country.
There will bo n meeting of the Col
ored Political Progressive club nexti
Wcdnosdny evening in the old council I
chamber. Come one and nil. By order
S. L. BAKNKTT , President.
Don't fail to bo present at the high
bred horse tind cattle sale to bo hold at
Spring Valley Stock Farm , Wednesday , '
September Itith. _ . -
Cooking'coal $3.50 , Cotrtant & Squires , ,
Fast Tinio to tlio East ,
The Burlington No. 2vafast'CBtibqlo
express , loaves Omaha daily at 3:15 : p.
in. and arrives at Chicago at 7:00 : the
next morning , 1n time to connect with
nil morning trains out of Chicago for *
the cast. The famous fast mail , now car
rying passongersleavcs Omaha daily nt
9:00 : p.m. nnd Council BluiTsntO:25 : p.m. ,
arriving at Chicaero at 11:59 : the follow
ing morningthe fastest time over made ,
between the Missouri river nnd Chi-
ci < jo on reguinr schedule. Pullman
palace sleeping cars and free rocicning
chair cars on nil through trains.
Sumptuous dining cars on vestibule express -
press trains both to Chicago and Den
ver. City ticket onico , 1223 Farnarn st.
First Nntionnl Sa'oty Deposit Vnults.
Snfes to ront.$5 to $2o a.voar,307 S 13th st.
The Lombard Invest Co. is advertising
for $500,000 worth choice mortgage loans
Wo olTer for CASH , the following
prices on best quality anthracite coal ,
delivered in any part of the city : .
"Grate" and "Egg , " $8.75 per ton.
"Stove" and "Nui , " $9.00 per ton.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Telephone 431. 214 South 13th st.
Eastern money to loan. 80 Chamber
Mount Hops Ooiuotcry.
This beautiful burial ground is now
open for the sale of lots nnd burial
privileges. The ground is located , on
the Military road , within about Ave
miles from the posiolllco , and is n part
of the Benson addition. The Military
road is now being graded to and bo.
yond iho cemetery for the building of a
motor track , and motor trains will bo
run to the ground in the near future.
Each purchaser of a lot will receive a
full warranty deed for same. The rules
ttnd regulations of tlio cemetery are as
liberal ns can possibly bo in ado in such
cases , and the by-lnws containing same
cnn bo obtained at the company's of
fice. Parties wishing to purchase lots
or buy burial privileges will please call
at the ollico of the association , room 18 ,
Wuro builtiintr , 15th and Farnam.
MOUNT Hoi'K OKMCTKKY
A piano examine the now scale Kimball -
ball piano. A. IIospo , 1613 Douglas.
Cooking coal $3.50 , Coutant & Squires.
4 For Alcoholism
Go to Excelsior Springs , Missouri. Its
waters nro n certain antidote. Fine ac
commodations at the Elms. Twenty-
five miles from Kansas City * on the St.
Paul road. _ ; . .
For Bale , my rosidqneoS , W. 21st &
Cass. LeavlUBurnhnm.lOrelgbton bile.
I'uruIiaBliii ; Powers o ( drain.
In 1810 it took juet ono bushel of corn
to buy ono pound of nulls , now ono
bushel of corn will buy ton pound * , of
nails , fcuys the English Mechanic. Then
it required blxty-four bushels of barley
to buy ono yard of broadcloth , now the
same amount of barley jyill. pay 191 *
twenty yards of brondclotlr."i'It ttion re
quired the price of one bushel of wheat
to pay lor ono yard of calico , now one
bushel of wheat will buy twenty yards
of calico. j
THE HERCflAHIS EXPOSITION
ABrlofMontlonjrtf.Somo of the Im-
Omnlm Merchants .Make n Beautiful
Display hong id Bo Heincinborctl
By Tlinimnndn of Visitors to
The merchants mntl manufacturers'
exposition nt the coliseum closes to-
ilight. It has boon n most successful
exposition from beginning to end. The
attendance has been far beyond the
most sanguine expectations ; the mam
moth structure being crowded , in faut
almost jammed every evening the past
two weeks. In addition to these
nlroady mentioned In THE BHK , the
following exhibits nro deserving of n
word of praise !
ntoCord , Brntlr ft Co.
No exhibit attracted the attention ot
out-of-town merchants more than that
of McCord , Brady < fc Co. , wholesale
grocers. The exhibit Is arranged to
represent nn old castle wall , con
structed entirely of fancy preserved
fruits , fish , meats , etc. , in tin. In the
center is n square tower , built of the
Franco-American Food company's table
and invalid soups In glass and tins ,
game plates , trufllod. At either oiul
stands n round tower , ono built of the
San Jose extra dessert fruits , while the
other is composed of Rlchnrdbon &
Robblns preserved moats in tin , includ
ing plum pudding , ox tongues , boned
chicken nnd turkey , curried fowl ,
oysters nnd trufllod chicken livers ,
potted meals nnd poaches. Other parts
of the wall consist of preserved figs ,
Southwell's English jams , Maine blue
berries , Boston brown brcnd , spinnch ,
French pens , mushrooms , Duubar's
shrimp , devilled crabs and lobster ,
Hanthorn's tenderloin of salmon , young
mackerel in olive oil , boneless French
sardines , Hamburger' ' eels. Russian ca
viar nnd a great variety 01 other fancy
canned goods. In front nt ono end
stands a cone of Antonini's olive oil , nt
the other n cone of Gulden's proem
olives. Attractively arranged largo
glass globe jars containing' n full line of
imported nnd domestic salt fish , mack
erel , herring , salmon , lake fish , etc. ,
which are packed in any shape or style
desired by Messrs. McCord , Brady &
Co. In front stood three large
jars of the now 1889 pack of
Glonwood tomatoes which tire the
finest tomatoes which can be preserved
in a can. Six largo bylinder jars repre
sent the San Jose extra dessert fruits
in heavy syrup ; containing the finest
fruits of California. Among other
goods exhibited are condensed mince
meat , Marge macaroni , Tobasco sauce ,
celery salt , curry powder , midget pick-
els , Gorman style , preserved fruits in
glnas cylinders , French mnstard. I'Thp
Manila mineral water occupied a promi
nent position. This water is rapiuly be
coming the fashionable table water in
Omaha ; it is considered superior to
npoliaaris , viehy or other imported
water's both for table or medicinal' pur-
poses. McCord , Brady & Co. are exclu
sive ngonts for the majority of these
goods , nnd their display is of incalcula-
hie benefit to their customers us noli us
KussoH Pratt & Co.
This firm have done themselves and.
the city proud by their olejrant exhibit
of gas and electric fixtures. Their booth
seemed almost a fairy bower ns tho.bur-
niBhcd brass , beautiful shadesjituid >
twinkling glass pendants glistentodiin |
the soft light. This display
is a surprise to Omaha people ,
who , perhaps , had not stopped to think
that right at homo could bo found a '
house which carried everything in the '
gas and electric fitting line , equal in design - >
sign and finish to that of any eastern '
concern. They cnn supply nny priced
fixture , originnte now designs , and
execute plans furnished them Mr. Rus
sell df the firm being n practical ) de
signer nnd executor. A cursory viowbf _
theiif- . beautiful display is sufllo'iont.
proof that no ono need send abroad for'
anything in this lino. There is par
lor nud ollico fixtures , elegant
chandeliers for churches < nand
public buildings ns well as Hxturea'Tor
coUagns and the most elegant mansion.
A magnificent chandelier of cut class
from Bohemia is a beautiful piece
and much admired. Their display is
but n small part of their grand stock of
gas and electric fixtures to bo seen at
their show rooms , 819 S. Fifteenth.
Russell Pratt & Co. can well feel proud
of their display , nnd will not soon bo
forgotten by the thousands who enjoyed
their handgpmo exhibit.
Columbus Buggy Company.
The Columbus Buggy company's ex
hibit consists of n Rocknway , Riverside
canopy top carriage , Godditrd phaeton ,
loon front park phaeton , gentleman's
light driving phaeton nnd n ono man
speeding wagon. All in all , this exhibit
is very attractive , indeed ; the entire
floor being covered with flno fur robes ,
while n model horse of regulation size
stands harnessed to the canopy top car
riage and attracts much attention.
The business of the Columbus
Buggy Co. hns increased in such
proportions that Messrs. Angono &
Firestone , the Omaha agents , have
found it necessary to secure larger
quarters. A building is beirg erected
for them on Sixteenth street opposite
the chamber of commerce , and after
October 1 the Columbus Buggy company
will bo located in the very heart of the
city. They expect their now location
will not only bring them into closer re
lation with tlio citizens , but also catibo
a still greater Increnso in the Bale of
the celebrated Columbus Buggy Com
pany's vehicles , of which they tire the
J. A. Bnllinnn.
Tno gratuitous dibtribution of deli
cious colloo , clear as amber , attracts
visitors to this exhibit. Mr. Bellman
dispense ? Wood'si Aclno , Mocha and
Java cofToo mudef in the double-cone
perfection drip cdfleo pot. The coffee
as well IIB the pot-are Totli as near per
fection as possible. Ho is also manufac
turers' agent for AVood's May Queen
tea , Royal starch , Sohultz'a Star soap ,
in addition to many other things. His
ollico is located at Jillli Dodge , between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth btroots.
Mrfl. It.'II. ' Davlofl.
Tills exhibit is espoolnlly attractive
to the ladies ; It consists mostly of im
ported millinery.Airs. . Dnvios , who is
the successor to Alma E. Keith , has
had six teen".vcurs experience , undnsa
trimmer ranks second to none , Sue re
mains nt the old established quarters ,
109 and 111 So. 15th nt. , opposite the
Oninhn Carpet Company.
A most tasteful exhibit is that of the
Omaha Carpet company. Carpota'nro
nrrnnged on the walls in novel panels
with borders to match. It attracts the
eyes of all visitors and has boon an ad
vertisement of no small proportions to
this already well known houso.
tionilinnii Drug Co.
This well tcnown" firm had n very In
teresting exhibit of Burglenl instru-
mont.1 at the oxpolition. The nrrny of
nil kfnils of Hurirleal and obstetrical
instruments was very line and all ol
them bare the Irado mark of some of
'the ' best manufdclurors in the world.
ThU display attracted the attention of
'modlcal ' men from the city and state.
Trussed , bolts and braces added variety
ito the Rllttorliiff array of stool. The
roxlublt is worthy of the exposition
, nnd the reliable drug house It repre
! Wo hare just received the entire
stock of nn onstorn hosiery mlllbought
byis at 60o on the dollar , comprising
ladies' wool tuul cnehmcro hose , chil
dren's cashmere hose , Infant's wool
hose , boy's blcvfclo ribbed hose , gent's
heavy all wool hose. Do not buy n del
lars worth of hosiery until you have
Boon this lot , the entire stock to bo put
on sale Monday morning at 8 o'clock
shnrp. Wo intend making this the
greatest hosiery sale wo have over
given. 600 dozen ladles' fine cashmere
hose , extra heels nnd toes , black and
colored , only 16o per pair ; this is n bar
gain as these goods are worth 40c. 100
dozen infant's all wool ribbed hose only
5o per pair , worth ISc. Infant's flno all
wool hose , plain and striped , only 16o
per pair , worth 25c. 100 dozen boy's all
wool bicycle hose , ribbed come In black
nnd grey ; this IB an immense bargain
at 25o per pair , and will not bo dupli
cated this season again. Boy's heavy
cotton hose , just the thing for heavy
wear , only 12c } per pair , worth 25o : wo
shall also put on sale 60 dozen ladles'
fancy cotton hose worth 60o nnd 75c ;
your ohoico nt 25o per pair.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S ' WOOL
Our prices on children's fine scarlet
underwear , commencing Monday.
10 Inch , 22 Inch , 28 inch , 84 inch , 18
inch , 24 Inch , 30 inch , 20 inch , 20 inch ,
82 inch. -
Ladies' jersey ribbed vests , fall weight
nnd long sleeves ; our prlco 12-jc , sold by
others at 60o as a loader. 1 case of
boys heavy Scotch gray wool shirts nnd
drawers , only 860 each , worth 60c.
Ladies' line all wool Jersey ribbed vests ,
come in natural , pink , cardinal nnd sky
blue , only 69c each , actual value $1.
LADIES KID GLOVES.
60 tloz. ladies real kid gloves , elegant
shades , only 76e per pair , worth $1.25.
English sateen corsets in cardinal ,
dove , gold and sky blue , only SOo per
pair , reduced from $1. Our famous
French model corset on sale Monday at
72o , worth $1.2-5. 50 doz. of ladles' flno
all wool fascinators , in all colors , only
19c each. 1,000 pounds of Gorman knit
ting ynrn , only 1'Jo ' per skein. Best
quality of zephyr yarns , only 6c per
ounce , all colors. Angora yarn , Oo per
ball. Bargains in wall wapor.
HAYDEN BROS. ,
Dry Goods and Carpets , 10th st.
Don't fail to be present at the high
bred horse and cattle sale to bo hold at
Spring Valley Stock Farm , Wednesday ,
I. Hrnvyn'N Now Quarters.
I. Brown , tbjb well-known furniture
man , has settled in his new building ,
1205 Douglas street. It is on the site of
his old stand jvhoro ho has boon doing
business tliopast eleven years. The
building is fo'ur stories high , 182 foot
deep ; constructed of pressed brick , with
Lake Superior , stone trimmings. It is
not only the finest building on Douglas
street , but contains ono of the finest
stocks of furniture , carpets and every
thing in the house furnishing line in the
city. Everything from the cheapest to
the very finest household goods can hero
bo seen. Mr. Brown's reputation ex
tends all over the territory tributary to
pmahaand as a successful business man
is on the top round of the ladder of his
line. Never before has his stock been
of such n largo and varied assortment ,
nnd ho feels confident of the success his
new quarters merit.
Mrs. M. A. Wallace has returned
from Paris , and will bo at home Sopt. 15
with an elegant line of novelties.
NIGOLL'S ' ,
There's a window full of Au
tumn novelties at Nicoll's , but
they are even richer and hand
somer when seen in the store.
Gentlemen desiring to dress
well and fashionably can do seat
at moderate cost at Nicoll.
Suits to Order , $20 , $25 , $35 $
Trousers " $5f$6 , $7 , $8 $
Overcoats " $18 to $40 $
Orders should be placed
Cash only buys. It buys
double credit's worth.
1409 Douglas Street ,
Prices are out. Now fall nnd winter
goods goat hot weather pricos. Our
buyer , whllo in Now York , closed a line
of ladles' hose , 150 dozen manufacturer's
samples. They nro all kinds , fancy
stripes , fancy lace strips * , plain colors ,
also plaited silk in light colors. Wo
own tliom nt a very low figure and will
soil them at the very low prlco , Mon
day , lOo pair. Come early and got good
selections. Ladles' absolutely fast black
hose 15o pair. Children's and bo.ys' fast
black ribbed hose nt 25o pair , Monday
only one-half price. Ladles' line Jersey
ribbed vests , square cut nocic , no
sleeves , lisle finish , worth 76o , wo will
close them Monday 860 each. Ribbons ,
all silk , all colors , all widths. lOo yard.
Fancy ribbon , No. 10 to No. 44,25oyard.
Gents' unlnundriod shirts 85o each ,
cheap at 50o. Gents' heavy ribbed ,
fancy , cotton one-half hose , full regular
made , worth 60o , on ealo Mon
day 25o pair. Big line Gents'
hoic fancy stripes nnd mixtures at 15o
pair , uhoup nt 25e. Ladies' black jer
seys 60o caoh , 25 pieces China silks
25c yard. 40-in fancy broicon check
dress goods now , just in , 25o yard. 1
case 34-in tricots , all colors , 25o ynrd.
600 Ibs Saxony yarn nil colors only Oo
skoin. Ladies and gents' fine handker
chiefs fancy borders , fancy open worlc
corners , fancy drawn work all nround ,
none worth loss than 35o ; your choice
ICe each. C cases full count pins lo
paper. Boys and girls' silk string ties
60 each. Boys' silk Windsor scarfs 16o
each. Great attractions In every de
partment. Wo are having a grand car
pet trade and it is the low prices and
good goods that brings the crowds.
Don't fail to look through our carpet
and curtain department before buying.
Mr. H. C. Borndruck is forming day
nnd evening clnsscs in German , both
for beginners and advanced pupils. If
desired ho will pivo private lessons at
tlio pupil's residence. Ho will also prepare -
pare studnnts for college in Latin nnd
Greek. Ofllco , J. T. Fruohauss' book
store , 414 South Fifteenth street.
Cooking coal $3.60 , Coutunt&Squires ,
Patrons of the Chicago & North
western railroad cnn now leave their
order for a baggage wagon at the city
otllco , 1101 Farimm street , r.nd ' have
their baggage checked direct from
their hotel or residence to any point
east , thus saving the annoyance of ro-
chccking nt the depot.R. .
R. R. RiTcnn : ,
Go to Mrs. Ringer if you want tlio
latest novelty in fall hats 119 North
Monday and Tuesday , Sopt. iGand 17
The Ever Popular Comedian ,
Mr. J. B. Polk
In His Now anil Original American Comedy ,
THE SILENT PARTNER
Portraying tlio Acme of Ilumoroui Ideas. An
OriulnnlComely Pronounced aC'yclonoof I.auzhliiR
( inn. Ivllson wonderful '
3 i'boncuraph plays a prom
inent 1'nrt In tlio Comedy.
Regular pricos. Beats go on sale Saturday morning.
Commencing Monday , Sept. IGth.
And Wednesday Ikfatlnee.
Tlio vcrsntilo Character Actor nnd Comedian.
CHAHLUS ilcCAHTHY. as Larry Houard , the
Jlremnn. supported by u llrbt-classUomimnvof
Comedians. The Greatest Mre Scene avav pro-
clnced. Introducing rculStctun I'lro Euglno ami
Horn's. Iteinilar prices. Box sheet open butur-
On Exhibition nntl Mnln nt. A.
Art Itoninn ,
"Welcome Stop" by Jonnlo Drowns *
comb. "Pnrtlne Wave , " by Hamilton
Hnmllton. "Golden Thoughts , " by O.
R. Grant. "Lovo Letter , " Frnnois
Jones. "Duck Shooting , " L. C. Enrlo
"Sonffof Sprlnc , " by Arthur Parian.
"Sonontlon , " by.T. M. Tracy .
These beautiful paintings are from
the celebrated collection of C. Klnck-
nor , Now York , and sonthoroby special
request of Mr. Hospn. They will remain
hero for the mouth of September.
Lovers of flno art are cordially Invited
to inspect bam o , also these who have
boon lucky enough to possess the etch
ings , which have been on the market lit
tlino past , will bo plonicd to sco the
original nt A. HOSP13 , Jit. ,
151 ! ) Douglas Stroo t.
Don't fall to bo present nt the hlpli-
bred horse nnd cnttlo wile to bo hold nt
Spring Valley Stock farm , Wednesday ,
For Sale Now furniture of afi room
cottapo ; cottage for rent ; dosirnblo lo
cation ; 10 minutes' walk from postofllco ;
call or address Chns. F. Stephens. Max
Meyer & Bro.
Il ' VOU AUK OOINQ HAST.
Don't Itroak Your Hack
Trylnp to lift your trnnk but stop into
the city ticket ollico of the Chicago.
Milwaukee . & St. Paul Ry. , 1601 Far
nam street ( Darker block ) , and get
your ticket and a check for your bn/r- /
paffo through from your hotel or resi
dence to destination. No delay ; no
trouolo ; no loss of time ; every thing
done for you. Don't ' forgot
that the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul railway is the
only line between Omaba and Chicago
and all points east that has adopted tlio
Metropolitan Residence Ungirngo
chocking system. You will also II nil on
this line the most perfectly equipped
trains of the best Pullman sleeping cars ,
elegant free chair cars , luxurious
coaches and the best dining cars in the
world. Cars start from Union Pncillo
depot , Omnhn.
F. A. NASH , Gen. Agent ,
1501 Fnrnnm St. . Barker Block.
WednesdayftTtaia/ / , , IB & 19
Gorgeous 0o5o 1'roiluctlou of
A ilrenmof orlontul mncnlHcenco.
llnnts-enlc ellocts , mnRinllcentcostumoS ,
S olr.buratu properties , mechanical hcusa-
UUROL'EAN SPECIALISTS ,
1 And Great Cast of 60 Artists
Prices , 2.C , BOr. 7fic ntitl 81. Boats so-
cmou hi tulvnuco Weilnmday morning.
This Sunday Evening ,
Last Night of the Exposition ,
HON. W. J. BROATCII , Mayor.
HON. JOHN M. TIIURSTON ,
GEN. W. W. LOWE.
! THREE NIGHTS ONLY , J
THURSDAY , .
? FRIDAY AND ti !
SATURDAY , f
if And Saturday Matinee. * t
I THE LATEST COMIC OPERA SUCCESS ,
It t King Cole II i
SO 2eople ; GO.
A O-rea/t Osist.
Catchy and Sparkling Music.
The Great Palace Scene containing $30,000 , Glass
f Prisms. Gorgeous Costumes *
! 50 BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS , 50 THE COMICAL MAUVELS ,
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