Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 16, 1890, Part I, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY MARCH 16 , 1890-SIXTEEN PAG-ES.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO ,
CHINA SILKS , 470.
Choice patterns , our own im
X portation. You will not see
them anywhere else in thccityj
possibly not in the country ; 19
inches wide , 470 a yard , worth
all the way up to 7sc.
CHINA SILKS , $ i.
By far the best value in the
whole west ; note the width , 27
inches ; so many different pat
terns .as to almost bewilder
you ; real Shanghai Silk , $ i a
yard.
WASH SILKS.
The loveliest patterns you
ever looked at ; moreover they
are the newest style ; exquisite *
colorings. If we had imported
more we could have sold them ;
as it is , they will all be sold this
ivcek.
SURAH SILKS.
A new line of choice shades ,
19 inches wide , C5c a yard ; in
this lot we have all the opera
and other colors , as well as
black.
BLACK SURAHS.
Double warp , good quality ,
65c a yard ; we have also an
other quality at $ r , and the best
bargain- the lot is one at
$1.25 , the best thing we have
to show.
FRENCH CHALLIES , 6oc.
The richest designs we ever
displayed ; printed to Our order
in Paris ; we have no competi
tion on them , either in style or
price.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
Bnnkors DIaplonaod With the Dis
position of Sta'.o Funds.
TREASURER HILL IN DISFAVOR.
Xlio Money Chnnccra May Defeat
Him I'or Uc-lSloctlon A. Sliootiin ;
fccra o Stnto llouso Mat
ters Miscellaneous.
Finnnciera Otrmtleii.
Nob. , March 15. [ Special
to Tin ; linn. ] In some quarters It Is given
out 'that State Treasurer Hill has bocn
marked for the slaughter ami will go down
with other 'single term state officials this
coming fall and because , it is alleged , ho has
failed to make n talr disposition ot the de
posits. In other words because ho has not
placed thu state's money in this and that
banjt to the liking of certain biuiK onicials ,
who pose as the political power of certain
localities. This dictum , liowever. falls to
disturb the equanimity of the state treas-
xiror. lie says ho lias tried to entrench
lilinsolf behind business principles
and to handle the state's money
only us the law directed. Con
versing \vitli Tun UIE : representative
regarding the demands of certain leeches
this morning ho said :
"Ihero has been something of a scramble
for deposits. Indeed , 1 may say , in some
localities , It has been outrageous , nnd at
different times my patlonco has been sorely
tried. The fact is , prior to to the commence'
incut of my term of oflico largo sums of the
permanent school fund worn scattered among
different banks. I felt that this scattered
fund ought to bo taken up wherever de
posited and Invested in county bands. This
accumulated fund was from $300.1)00 ) to 9500-
000. Now , when I suy that this fund has
been Judiciously Invested In the class of
securities I have suggested the pub.
llu can know that school districts
und school children In different parts of the
state have received material bunellts. Be
sides thli 11mvo taken up outstanding war
rants wherever possible and stopped accu
mulating Interest. In this connection 1' will
say that I have takeu the accumulated In
sane fur.d , amounting to something over
$100,000 , which was transferred by an act of
the lasit legislature and put It into the general -
oral fund , nnd it , too , has been exhausted in
meeting general expenses. "
"Do you mean to say that you luwn ex
hausted the permanent school fund s you
suggest , and that it was not done before the
commencement of your term of ofllcc. "
" 1 do : and upon these Investments the
temporary school fiiiu ! is drawing a healthy
interest. Hits has helped mo to make a bettor -
tor showing In my semi-annual reports than
liny of my predecessors. "
"Tho banks that hold deposits from the
permanent school fund which you have
taken up nnd Invested uro the ones that are
inclined to oppose your reuonilnatton , are
they noli"
"i think BO. But I don't contemplate
much opposition from them , avon when they
thoroughly understand the disposition I
Imvo made of this fund. Bunkers like other
people aru human nnd they want all they
cun get. 1 have done what I behoved to bo
for tlio best In all things that pertained to
uiy ofllcu , aud If 1 go down , us has been
BiiLMiei ] , I go down with the consciousness
that 1 have done my whole duty to the
itttto. "
1-rATK IIDl-SK INTKLLIfiE.NCi : .
The board of secretaries of the slate beard
ol transposition will incut ttio Interstate )
commerce commission ut Omaha on Monday ,
This nroyrummi U m rc&pouso to an invita.
tlon from the commission dated ut Sioux
City , la. , and Just received.
Articles incorporating the Belmont nnd
J'rolU Canal and Hoscrvolr company were
illod today. Capital Block , * 100lMO. Incor-
iwratoMi M. O. Nell , P. Peter ou , L. M.
1'uulcy , Nels B. Anderson , John II. Abbott ,
1 > , H , Itedforil , P. J. Gcrhart , A. T. Frold ,
J. U. Auderion ami John M. KtmquUt ,
, 'Ihu Cuorgt ) W. Fraiik Improvement com-
MORSE DRY GOODS CO ,
COMBINATION SUITS.
If you want a beautiful , new ,
stylish dress , one that will not
be common in the city , we
have a few made exclusively
to our order. The reasonable
price , $15 , is selling them fast ;
plain and fancy goods to match ;
a complete dress , latest style ,
SIS-
PARIS NOVELTIES. '
In Cheviots , Tweeds , Croise
Cashmeres , Vigonia Serges ,
Plaids , Clan Tartans , &c. , arc
now open.
NAPKINS.
We mean you shall have a
bargain this time and offer a
lot several hundred dozen of
the finest 5-8 napkins , worth $6
a dozen , some of them are not
quite so good all at $2.25 a
dozen next week.
TABLE DAMASK.
2 yards wide , $ i a yard ;
it is reduced from $1.50 ; that
makes it very cheap. More
over the patterns being woven *
double damasked are very fine.
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MARSEILLES SPREADS.
At $2 a piece we have a case
of large size Marseilles Bed
Spreads that have usually sold
for $3.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
pany of Kearney filed amended articles.
Under picsent nrticlcs Uio indebtedness can
not run above $1100,000. Heretofore ) J200.UOO
was the highest amount.
bCl'HEMB COUHT CASKS.
The following cases were filed for trial in
the supreme court today :
Jesse Atwood vs J. J. Atwater ot nl ; error
from tlio district court of Saliuo county. ,
Isaac Culm vs Duvld May ; error from the
district court pf Lancaster county.
Isuuu Hugirin vs Louisa Haggin ; error
from the district court of Sulino county.
FHOT HIM IN THE XKCK ,
GeorRO Cranor , ono of the proprietors of
Uio Hotel Nebraska , disputed with his host
ler , Theodore Varnoy , regarding the proper
manner ot bedding tils horses. Both were
intoxicated. Cranor piolted.up a pitchfork
and Vnrnoy a stono. 'Iho latter proposed
settling It by a slugging match , but when
Cranor dropped his weapon the other inado
for him. Cruuor pulled a revolver , and as
Vamoy started to run began firing. Vurnoy
fell at the first shot , and Cranor ran into the
hotel. Vnrnoy was more scared than hurt ,
the bullet having touched him on the shoulder
nnd ulnncinfc oil struck him on the neck ,
within a half Inch of the Jugular. Crnnor
was promptly arrested nnd is having u pre
liminary hearing this evening.
CITV NU\\S ANII XOTCS.
An attempt was inado last night to enter
the house of C. J. Ernst , 100 C street , but
tlio burglar wits frightened nwiiy. Ho loft
behind u line fur muff which had evidently
boon stolen somowheroolao.
In tlio case of Uillincsloy va Pickotta , an
action to recover forlyiicres of land immc-
diatoly adjoining the city on the west , the
Jury rendered a vurdlct in favor of defend
ant ,
The pollco department , ! * running a flour
ishing matrimonial bureau. Two maidens
nil forlorn who had loved unwisely secured
the assistance of Marshal Molivlc in corrall
ing their ought-to-be uiBbaiuls. This morn-
inp another young woman applied for the
saino relief , and her betrayer was quickly
brought to tlmo.
The plain of MendelssohnFUhor& Laurie
of Omaha have boon accepted by the Lin -
coin hotel company , which will erect u flvo-
story caraVansary ut Ninth and P street.
Lincoln Irishmen will celebrate St. Pat
rick's day by a blc celebration at Plt/ger-
ald'a hall. Hev. M.C , Walsh of St. Theresa's
will deliver the address of ttio evening.
Senator Sutherland of Tokamah , Hurt
county , will tnako the race for secretary of
stato. Prominent s nto politicians secured
his consent lust night und his castor Is shied
to win.
The Jury In the case of A. J. Gutln vs the
Cbicugo , Burlington & Quincy , returned a
verdict for plaintiff this morning uud assess
ing bis damages at 1 cout. ThU uiu > ins that
thu Q was guilty of charging too high a
freight rato.
David Duff , n farmer living south of the
city , \viis bound over to the district court on
thu charge of destroying a note nignod by
his wife and owned by Mrs. M. li. McCall.
Parker T. Tuguto , u teamster , was ar
rested last ovonlug fur betraying Miss Lvda
Mauldlng , who appears to havu bocn u light-
running domestic , 'iugntont ' IIrat refused
to marry the girl , but gave In after nwliil" .
Lyiluwas but seventeen , howoyer , and the
consent of her mother was necessary. Tlio
old lady was telegraphed to at tier homo In
Tecurnsoh , "but her consent 1ms not yel ar-
i-lved. Mcanwhlla Tugato fomuins in Jail ,
wheru the girt bring * him his meals.
Miss Hello Upton of this city was the win
ner of the gold modal In the Dcmorost con
test at Itoca last averting.
Ilou. J. K. Wobitcr and wlfo returned
today from an extended eastern visit.
Kn-d Orlmos , son of Dr. H. S. Grlmo ,
had his right leg broken last ovonlug by Its
cotuluB in contact with the revolving wheels
of a dray.
Robert Hunter , the stockman , was thrown
frnm his horse last night , and received u
gasti on his forehead which required the
doctor's uuodlo.
Eight car loads of fltio horses from the
California farm of Senator Stanford arrived ,
In tlio city todav ami wcro unloaded ut the
fair grounds. The run from Cheyenne to
Lincoln was urndo at the rate of forty milea
an hour.
, *
Dr.Uirnoy.practicelimited to catarrli-
al diseases ol nose und throat. Boo blilf.
o
A. I * . Tukoy , Llfo building. Homes in
ClUtou Hill for moii of Unmod incotnu.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
MEN'S GLOVES.
$2 a pair for the genuine
Pcrrin Frercs best Gloves.
$1,50 for a heavy Craven tan ,
street or driving gloves , worth
$2 a pair. >
I. C. CORSETS. .
Lots of people like these
Corsets. Some that have never
tried them will be glad to get
them at' the price we offer
them , $1.50 each ; the lowest
price we ever heard of for the
quality we offer is $2.50some ;
of them are the $3.50 quality.
After this lot we will , not have
any more.
LADIES' HOSE Fast Black.
150 a pair ; not regular made
but with finished sclanis ; the
color is absolutely Jast and will
not rub off on your feet. ' The
price being only 150a pair ,
they will sell quickly.
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CHILDS' HOSE.
i ' t
We closed out the entire
line of Childs' Saxolinc , .Hose ,
sold at 5oc to'850 pair. We
offer them -to-morrow 5 , ,
6 , 64 ] , 7 , all 25c ; # , 8 ,
all 35c. They are the genuine
Saxoline Hose , the best bar
gain we ever offered.
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UNDRESSED GLOVES.
A lot of choice shades in
Courvosier , Jouvin and other
best makes -of long Mosque-
taire Gloves that are ' worth
$2.25 a pair , will be sold Mon
day for $1.50.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
A. O. H. ISnr-rtainmant.
The sibovo society will give un enter
tainment .it Exposition hull Monday ,
March 17. As will bo seen by the fol
lowing programme , a very delightful
time is in btot-o for all those who at
tend :
Music Salute to Erin Thomas Coats
A. O. H. Band.
Address by Chairman..Hon. II. C , Gushing
Vocal Musfo Jules Lumbard
Address. . . . ,
. . .Hov. Father Hayes of Nebraska City
Music Poet and Peasant..Father V. Sufllo
A. O. H. Hand.
Address Will J. Glair
Vocal Music A. J. Webb
Recitation . Sbainus O'Brion
A. A. L. Dick.
Music The Rage in Ireland E. Heyer
A. O. H. Band
There will bo : i macting of Div. No. 1
of the A. O. H. at the Royal Arcaniuru
hall , of Douglas , between 13 un 14 sts.
Sunday , March 10 , ( it U o'clock shurp ,
for the purpose of making arrange
ments for St. Patrick's day. All mem
bers are requested to attend.
By order of
" \Virii , J. CLAIII , Pros.
K'EARIjV MVK THOUSAND.
The Npbr.iHkn Dclpuntion Wants
Alexander's Salary IncrnnsrU.
Senator Mandurson has introduced a bill
into the United States senate to fix the salary
of the surveyor of the pprt of Omaha at
? l,200 , per year with foosund commission.
Representative Council will introduce the
same in thu house.
Mr. Alexander , as surveyor , or , as1 com
monly calico , collector of customs , at pros-
out enjoys n salary of ? 350 per annum with
fees anil commissions , which increase his
1 ncomo to between W.OOO and S-1,000 , If tlio
present bill passes , therefore , ho w'ill draw
the coin fortublo salary of between $4UOO and
$5.000 per annum. All commissions above
* opOO are turned over into the treasury ot tbo
United States. The port is ono of tfio most
economically conducted In the country , there
Doing only four others In the United States
where the cost of collecting is loss in proportion
tion to the business of the oflico than in
Omaha. It costs but 3 3-10 cccti on every
dollar , while the next lowest port to O mail a
Is St. Joseph , whore the cost of collections
is T cents on the dollar.
Fire Auction , Firn Auction.
310 , ai2 , So. llth St. , Monday 1 p. m.
Tito on tire stock of the Omului Uliom-
ical works , lutoly damaged by Hro and
water , $ o,000 worth blacking , blueing1 ,
iimchmo oils , soap , shoo-dres < ang , pa
per bags , wrapping paper , scrub nnd
bracking brushes , In lots to suit denier ,
grocery men , hotel men , boardinghouse -
house kcopors , attend.
ROIIDUT WKLLS. Auctioneer.
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e- > 1 1.
iicforo llnylii : ;
A piano examine the now scale Klin
ball piano. A. Hospo , 151 ! ) Douglas.
A DUtinuiilHlied Visior.
Rabbi Henry Uorkowitz , D.D. , pastor of
the Ucnl Johudah congregation of Kansas
City , Will give u lecture under the auspices
of the U A. C. E. society of the Congrega
tion of Israel at the temple , corner Ilurney
* nnrt 'J wonty-fourth street , Monday evening ,
March 17. The subject of the discourse is
"Uutt ure. " All visitors nro cordially Invited
to attend. The reverend pentloinun has oc
cupied a prominent position in the Jewish
church fer thu past six years. Thouitti still
a young man , ho has already won a reputa
tion outside of bh own creed , lie Is the au
thor of n brochure on " Judaism on the Social
Question" and other books which
have boon favorably commented upon
by the secular as well as the
religious press. As the organizer and pro *
mover of the Associated Rcllof Society of
Kansas City , non sectarian , Dr. Uorkowitz
brought to his aid the support of every cler
gyman and philanthropist of that city In the
work of administering to the wortby poor
and distressed. As a pulpit orator ho has
few equals. During his stay In Omaha ho
will ba the guest of Mr. and Mr * . M. Hell.
man.
MORSE DfllGOODS CO
it-
4-BUTTON KJ.DS. .
A new lot , blacks and colors ,
inO"
the latest spring shades , extra
quality , known as "Derby"
Gloves , usualjp cc $1.75 ; our
price $1.25 a pair.
BOYS' SUITS.
New spring suits for boys'
wear , as good as you ever saw
for $7 to $8 , on special sale to
morrow for $5. vVe have also
some Scotch Cheviot Suits at
$6.50 , and some fine Kilt Suits
at $5.50.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
Stupendous purchase of 1000
dozen Ladies' Embroidered
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs ,
worth 25c to 35c , will be sold
in one lot at 150. These are
arranged on a table.
MEN'S SOX.
The celebrated "Shanknit"
fast black Men's Sox , regular
50 cent quality , at 350 a pair ;
$2 a half dozen.
Butterick's Patterns , Fashion
Sheets Delineators for April
no win.
GINGHAMS0/ / . .
Lovely Scotth'Zephyr ' Ging
hams , ' 32-inches4' wide , about
11 >
200 different > stripes , checks
and plaids , 250 yard. 'They
are thfe same ( Hat you see in
the largest retail houses in
lli
New York at 35c and 4oc.
MSE DRY GOODS "GO ,
"He'd a very bright future before him , " they
said ,
And his conduct confirmed their opinions.
For , Judged by hia iifo , we can think of him
dead
As a stoker in Pluto's dominions.
Burlington Free Press : She I can't im
agine what inak i our naughty parrot swear
so. He Wasn't ne brought up in bad com-
panyj She No , indeed ; wo got him from
n missionary and ho has lived in my own
parlor over since except for n few days
after the donation party , when ho was in
papa'a study.
OPERA-
HOUSE.
THURSDAY.
SATURDAY. FRID7XY and ac 20-21-22
I SATURDAY MATINEE. I
THE SEASON'S ' ONLY BIG SUCCESS
"U will always stand as the Great American
1'lay" Now York Sim.
THE CRAZE IN NEW YORK.
"Its 8iirces.s U gieatatthan "TSo Henrietta"
or 'The Banker's Daughter" New YorsTimes.
Bronson Howard's ' Greatest Triumph
"Holler ( Imn the
Henrietta. " N. V.
Herald.
"Best American play
Ever Written. " N.
Y. World.
By ( ho author of
THE "Tho"fl6nrietta. "
"Younfr'Mrs. WJnthrop. "
IMMENSE "Tho1 Haulier's Daughter. "
"Old fifavo Letters. "
' SarittiVa. "
PLAY , "Ono of Our Olrls. "
Seats anil boxes readii Wednesday. Prices
lleaarveil * l.r.O and $1 ; general uilnilsilon 75o
urnl il ; gallery , : . ' 3c. ill
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
CRO1SE CASHMURES
These have been so popu
lar that \vc cannot help , but ad
vertise them again. They are
wide the widest fine dress fa
bric we show almost 50
inches and tljc price $ i makes
them very desirable , all new
colors.
DRAPERIES CURTAINS.
Our new stock is all in we
bought unusually heavy be
cause we expected to have
shown them in our new store ,
asVc cannot do so we are
obliged to cut the prices and
calljparticular attention to the
PORTIERE CURTAINS
One lot at $6.50 we are
sure" they are worth $10 a
pain The next is a lot at $10
a pair ; worth $15.
SILK SHELIA CURTAINS
Beautiful colorings , rich dado
designs , also a lot of Chenille
Curtains all at $15 a pair ;
worth $25.
BRUSSELS CURTAINS
Are dainty and stylish we
have some imitations of the
finer grades of these at $7.50 a
pair , they look exactly like the
real that we are obliged to ask
$50 to § 75 a pair.
OUTING FLANNELS.
Are so much used this year
for dresses , for waists , child's
blouses , jackets , etc. , and we
have the genuine Scotch goods
at 450 , 5oc and 6oc , newest
styles.
MORSE DRY GOODS GO , .
"Swear not at all , " is of the first
And best of moral laws ,
And shown that one should only swear
At these who give him cause.
In order to properly observe the require
ments of thu Lenten season some hara tell
nnthitig but HsU stories.
It was a wide-awake Buffalo hey who , on
being reproved by his mother for discussing
n wrestling' match on Sunday with his
brother , meekly replica : "Allright , mamma.
Will you read us a bjblo story ! " "With
pleasure , dear. What shall it be ! " "All
about how Jacob wrestled with the angel. "
IMPORTANT ANNOUNEMENT
Monday Evening , March rth.
FAKIS\VKLIj GKAND CONCERT ,
m
The Greatest Living Musicians ;
Pablo lie Sinrjualo , Violin.
EiiKim D'Allierf , PIn.no.
AS318TKH 11V
Mine , lli-nlio aiar.v , INniin.
Under the dlroitlon of Henry 13. Abbey and
Manrlco Urau.
I'ASSACAOLIA. 0minor J. S. llach
Arranged by Uugon D'Albert.
Herr Eimcn D'All > err.
HONDEAU IIUILLIANT. K.Schubert
11 minor , op. 10 , tor piano and violin.
Mine , Borllic MtirxntHl Honor 1'alilo Do
' SaruNatc.
EONATB. op , E8.11 minor Fr. Ohopln
rAilouro Jlaestoso-Scherzo Largo 1'lnalo
Presto ma nou tanto.
Hnrr KufiMi D'Alliort
CONonilTO roil VIOLIN Memlolssolm
Allegro Andante finale , Allegro Maltu.
Honor J'ablo ( loSnrnsuto ,
1 a Rhapsodic , op. 70 , No. a. J. Ilrahms
Mi Humoreske , op , U , No.K. ! ) ( Irleg
SOf.OS , fa Bnlreo do Victim. ' , No. II. Kr' Mxzt
) ilXUJtuHiHodlo 1'r.Jjlszt
Jlorr I'jUKcno D'Albarr.
SOLOS fSKAVcm' '
honor IViblii ( In
PricesnOc.tl.tl.K1 and B. Snlo ot seats be-
gliiH Thursday morning , Muich Uth.
STKIMWAY 1'JANO US15P.
DIVORCE MARRIAGE
AND ITS S AND ITS
DANGERS , MISTAKES
I Three Night ; * nnd Mutlnee. Commencing Jlonduy , March 17th. I
WKDKESDAy MATI.NlIi : . I
J. M. HILL'S ' ONION SQUARE THEATER CO.
A POSSIBLE CASE.
A Laughable Comedy Satire by pydnoy Itosenfeld.
THE LATEST NIJW YOKKCOMBDV SUCCESS. A Melange ot run , Tact , 1'aucy. Klejjant
. Costume * , Stent'ry , I'ropcrtlus.
The Qnostlon Is Marriage
Seats are now on sale.
or -A
THE HOUR Prices -25c , 50c , 75c & $1
MORSE DRY GOODS CO
PLAIDS
Seem to be the thing this
year for Indies/- / and child's
wear. We have a beautiful
assortment , 40 to 42 inches
wide , at g5c a yard ; they src
reasonable in price , superb
styles and qualities.
VAN DYKE TRIMMINGS.
We have received some new
styles and colors in Van Dyke
Points , as well as 20 different
patterns in black ; all on sale
Monday.
PRETTY INDIA LINONS.
Fine light weight , almost
like an Organdy muslin , checks
and stripes , 25c , 300 and 350 ;
these can also be had in plain
fast black.
Buttons , Crochet ClaspsCro
chet Trimmings and New
Buckles just in.
BLACK GOODS.
Monday we shall open our
new spring importations of
Black Wool Henriettas at 850 ,
95c , $ i , $1.35 and $1.50 a yard ;
two shades of black.
CARPETS.
We want to call your atten
tion to the fact that we are
showing the best things of the
season in Body Brussels , Ax-
minster , Wilton , Gobelin and
other Carpets.
No odds how cheap the car
pet , we know that you don't
want a pattern you don't like at
any price ; yet we have some
patterns not so good as others
Minister I am very plad , on this rainy
Sabbath morning , to see such n full house.
Jones ( Waking up after dreaming of the
nicht before ) Full house i No good. I have
four deuces.
"I saw your gaze intent upon tlio nave "
Indeed ! " she interrupted in haste ,
' "Tia Jealousy doth cause you so to rave ,
For knaves were never to my taste. "
And when like April ruins the fair ono cries ,
Ho siriling kneels a penitent.
"Piay , let rae ury these weouing eyes
The church nave was tuo ono I meant. "
Ill Angiisttn Dnlj's Lniesl C'omoily
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P Papers say :
Very clever oomoily company. *
* * An fxtradlnary nvont , social O
ly , as xvi'll maitlsiically. * *
lluactv laiiRht2i- and almost con- P
I tin-led apphiiLso. * * * Asenjoy-
iiblo an entertainment as any tlnit
V ban been witnessed In Omuhathls
bonsoii. lice , March 11 , L
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It In by far the moxt
comedy -presented In thla city no fur IT
C this bi'ttbon , Republican , March IT ,
Seriu-o seals at once anil mold
tlio ijrnat rush.
Dux ullleo now open.
Tlmi-Mlay March 2ltli ) at 8 1' . M.
Dr. J. C. HARBISON
Will ndilrcbs men only , upon
Ana 1'ilduy iUrch ' 'lut at 8 p. m.
"S8 iCII-'I : J I. KA8KS"
( Hoys nndor llftoenuot admitted ) . Ilotli Ice-
turns widely Illustrated by nuifulrtcimt dissolv-
JiiK views projected upon 3,0'Wwmara feet of run-
von by a powerful atcreoptlcan. Admission inc.
Tuesday nuil \ \ cduuHiluy , tlnrch 1H anil 1'J. '
HYDE'S ' BIG SPECIALTY GO ,
Cotuprlttltig the Cream of the Vautlovilio
1'rotesslou.
MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
that we sell as bargains.
But we arc in the carpet
business anil can render you
effective service when you want
to buy.
NOTIONS.
Amonia , large bottles , 8c ;
Playing Cards , 250 a pack ; best
Dress Braid , 50 ; English Pins ,
5c a paper ; best Book Pins ,
roc a paper ; Chamois sponges ,
IOG ; Hand Mirrors , 580 ; lots of
other notions equally as cheap.
WASH GOODS REM
NANTS.
From our recent sales we
have accumulated a lot of short
ends , and have also a lot of
manufacturers' remnants that
come in from 6 to 10 yards a
big counter full at 33 \ ( per
cent less than regular price.
BLACK SILKS.
Armures , Peau de Soie ,
Royals , and other new weaves ,
at $ i , $1.25 , $1.50 , $1.65,51.75
ayard , will be among our at
tractions for Monday.
We have a special bargain
in 24-inch Peau dc Soie and
also Faille Francaise at $1.75
a yard for -Monday , reduced
from $2.50. Come and see it ,
NEW NAINSOOKS.
We received a lot Saturday
of very neat checks always so
hard to find particularly as
fine a quality as these at 25ca
yard ; regular price 350.
MORSE DRY GOOOS GO ,
Saturday Evening , Marcli 22 ,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
G'emof 3Ii'li dy and KolIIckln Fun ,
Will the Comedian ,
And UK Cr.st or
BRIGHTER !
FUNNIER !
HANDSOMER !
THAN EVER.
To bo glvon at
Gormania Hall , 19Hi and Harney Sts ,
.SATIJK1 AV , MA1KJJ1 ti2NI ! > .
Under the iiniplcua of tlio
LADIES' ' AUXILIARY SOCIETY
OF Til K
OMAHA TURMEREE
. ADMISSION. ! Se A 1'UHSdN.
'Ilckets for snlo ut J. 1. 1'riiuhauf'H John
lluumer > . and at the door.
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ulvi'i ) In Omului. Cumo anil MID It. < > | > uii uvor ) ' HiIII
Intliuwovk ' 1'liu Iwiit Inluiit on llin vurlo'slou. .
llK 9 ulwnira upon. Ailnilulun lor , 'lxaOu
Come HIIU tuo tnu Utuaioiue Uillci.