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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1890)
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KELLBY STICKER &c CO CORNER FARNAM
, , , AND FIFTEENTH STREETS.
IN NEW FALL DRY
This week Senl riu h Jackets , 23lnchcJ lorf , satin lined , fcrJIO.M.
Specials in Cloak A bettor ono for moo. '
'ii'itir still for jl'J.riO. ' 27 Incheslniifr.'eul fiistenlngHSutlnllneil.utidvcrystyllsh . LACE DEP'T.
A TUI ga riron t would hu clioaii for itS.OO.
' Anextra quality lor * 23i hulf Uttlng , seal ornaments , tjueen AnucCollar.
PH'SII . SACQI1ES Only the test makes of seal pHuh iicd Intlicsrparnicnts. Just received the Intcststylcs for reception '
1. 40lneliMlonR , siitln lining , seal fastening * , (19.71 ( ! regular price liVOO. ' ' nndovcnltigvrerxr , MOITSS/VLIN'H
ular price $30. DE ClIIFI-'ON.iMOlJSSsA.LlN'K . DK SOIEIn , Irociuloastriped mill clotted ollccts.
) FOUR BARGAINS FOR MONDAY. SILK GAU/iE DKU'KKV AND I'LOUXCLVGS , in fig-uroil , dotted and
andfur trlniincdnn endless variety.
20 plcccsheavy oamol'shuir Twills " . -1S-TNCII SILK G-AtV.i : DIUPhVG XET.ln . clogant stripedodccts , In crem
atflOcpcr yard , worth "So. '
All wool Flunnels. 62 Inches wide , at42ic. ' ' and delicate shades , only Too.
HiiRllsh Sorgcs , all wool , iti nil the now Full shades , at Me. Misses' - and - Children's 13-INCII DLACK SILK GAUZE NKT , with velvet polka dots , only Ode.
English Cheviots , very desirable , at 63c. CIIAKTILLV I'LOUNCINGS AND DUAl'INTiNETS , in all the latestolTocta.
Latest Novellks in Veilings and R-nc/iln s.
Imported Robes. o o
CLOAKS Heal Torchon and Medici Laces , the most complete stock in the city at popu
lar prices ,
Ju at opened , ncholco line of the latest novelties In Imported Robes , In astra-
chnn and velvet panmturo ollcots. They nro "trcscliic , " elegant styles , iu
Bcoloh jtstrachans , pkiltlngs , roles , also bourotto mixtures. BLAN KETS.
. BLACK GOODS. IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES. SPECIAL VALUES IIMVIIITT BLANKETS ftt $2.75 $ , 53,25 , $4 $ , , $7,75
. $9.CO$11S12 $ , up to$20apalr.
GREY BLANKETS nttl.Bo ; worth 31.75. Specially inailo for camping.
Superior values in nil vrool llonnottasat 85c and 31. One Lot of Children's Plaid Cloaks , in sizes from 1IED COMFO1VTS IN" NBW1UCII COLOHIXGS from 75c to 15.
Siltc warp Henriettas at $1.11) per yard , 11XTKA PINT ] BED COMFORTS in Pongee , Sateen , Chocso Cloth and
French Serges , till wool , nt COu , 75c , SoC and Ooc. ' 4 to 12 years , urod Pa ttorns , from 812.50 to $20. Fiff-
SIUKS. "Wu show a full nnd complete line of Whlto mid Llcrht-Colorod Flamiolsfor
. Infnnts' wearnlsoall mulccs of New flmnpshtro ( unshrinkable ) Flannels , suit
Wo are now showing fin elegant line of Bongalincs in all tlio now fall color $7.50 $8.00 $8.50 $9.00 able for nightgowns and all kinds of underwear.
ings , which wo oITor nUpeclully attractive prices. Also exclusive stylus in nov . , . , . , . Ask toseoourlOc Unblcnclicd Cotton Flannel , usually sold at 15c ,
elty BengulinoB anil Faille. AVc $ how the only com clcto line of EmbroldercJ flannels to bo found in the
Extraordinary value in colored Faille Frnncaiso ntl anil $1.15 uor yard. city ; white and all colors.
UOViiLTJES IN OSTRICH AND RANGY FEATHERS.
COLLARETTES AND BOAS. A Special Line of Misses' Cloaks in pretty
Latest novelties in Dress Trimmings. HEMSTITCHED TOWELS
Oetrlch Foatlior "Trimmings. stripes , sizes 12 to 18 years , . ,
Astrauhan Trimmings ,
CutStoel , Fancy .Motal , Hand Crochet Buckles and Slide * .
FANS. RAISES $7.00 , $7.50 , $8.00 , $8.50 MONDAY'S Values m Hemstitched SALE. Towels Jo
Elegant nssortment of flno imoortcd , hand painted and spangled gauze , also
Ostrich and. Quill Feather Fans.
JTUt Larpro All Linen Homstltchea Iluck Towels at25c.
Bmlroitlcrd Haiidteliicfs- TAKE ELEVATOR. Horn stltclicd Iluek Towels , extra size , 3cor 3 for $1.
- Wecnrrytho largest assortment of Fur-Capos. Muffs , Boas. Nkses'andChlUlren'sSots and 1'ur Trimmings. We hive Tory Fin oHuck Towels , hemetitcheU and drawn workfor Monday only. 45o.
crsln former years that wo sell Kurs for less inonoy than they can bo bouplit for olsovl.oie. This year we lia-vc u much shownourcnstom- larger At oOc WQofforan Extra Size Iluck Towel , with drawn work and hemstitched
IN KNDLESS VARIETY. . assortment ,
lower prices plenty room to show goods. Below -wcquote some special prices : worth 75c.
Ladles' hand embroidered , scalloped lordor linen lawn handkerchiefs ( latest Ladies' Black Hare Muffs , from46cto $1. 75c.Superior
novelty ) at ' 60ij , 7ocl , PI. 5 and . $1.60. . Ladies' American Oppossuin Muffs , at $1.8B. Superior Value in Hemstitched Damask To vcls.
flno embroidered II.
Ecollopod herder hnnulterchiefs , elegant ' '
Ladies' Black Astrnchan Muffs S4.OO.
gant designs , on Iyi50c , well worth 45c. "
Ladies' II. S. embroidered sieorla\vn ) handkerchiefs only lee , worth 2Dc. Ladles' "Natural Raccoon Muffs at $3.28.
Hadles' II. S. purolinen cainbrio Landkorchiefs , neut priuted borders , only Ladies' Black Martin Muffs at $ B.BO , etc. , etc. ' Table Damask $1.
10c. rognlar 16o quality. "We sho-w an elegant assortment of Ladies' Cap s frornB.OOto $86.00. , .
Ladles' II. S. white and printed border cambric handkerchiefs , only 5c , Misses' Sets , very pretty , from $ l.SOto $6.BO , inj Thibet , Angora , imitation Chinchilla. * Kow Importation
worth 81c. Cone-y , &c. Lynx , Tiger , of Table Daraasl\ * , original doslynssuperiorjuallty , ( ,
worth from $1.25 to$1.3o , on Monday $1 per yard. Napkins to watcli ,
STIGER. & 0O. ; - - CORNER FARNAM FIFTTEENTH AND
THE HETREATINC COLONELS ,
Throwing Dirt to Cover Their rgnomimms
Plight from the Battle Field.
SA SET OF BRAZEN BLATHERSKITES.
Old Tactics of Slander , VI-
ami Ful > rlcntion
Ilia Itcnl Trouble at
The recent Grand Island debate , -which
two of the chosen champions of prohibition
turned tall , has given rlsotoagreat deal of
nbuso , slander and downright falsification. -
The , principal organ of the mercenary slan
derers down nt Lincoln has ttls to say con
cerning the debate :
Itwaid ] IJosowntcr has shown himself tobo
utterly Inclinable of acting thoKontlcmanand
" .iiaKoiucnt ot the Urn nil Island Sugar
liavo placed themselves rlulit along
Mm. Tholr treatment ofGutu'riil llrad-
lonlof Kansas at thu tlobato last Friday wns
tlietncnnest , dirtiest and most piisllitnlmous
trick nnilthupmsM'st ' Insult aver offered to u
t runner In Nebraska. * * *
The committee' , at the dictation of Itose-
waler and \Vclsl ) > rcliinzcl Ihu programme
IKICL'U upon and refused to allow the ( tlllnina-
tlveto closo. They also chiiiiRMl Uicordcrfor
Friday nlRht and substituted Ijtirrabvo for
HanUm after an uKrcoiucut tolut tboni altor-
iinto so anil so ,
Hut tills Is not all. Ed Rosewnter had the
sncakliiii , snako-ln-tlie-ftrnss cinminp toseiul
donn to Kansas anil get lultrtywliclp to make
nuntlldavlt that ho saw liquor In Uonoral
Uradfonl's cellar , and Itnsewator road thin
from tliostJiKoln llmilford's absence. Upon
learning of the Insult Oonoral llrailford re
fused to speak I'rlduy nlirlit , Hut at the
I'alnier house , after Iho dobuto wns ovor.Oon-
cralHrndfnrdcollnrod liosoyand ilonisindod
Ms proof , Koioyent down In his trio and
cot out the affidavit ,
Xow what are the fuels 1 In the middle of
August Mr , Scarflf , the ( jeacral man-
ngcr of the Supar palace , called
on Mr. Itosowator at TUB UEK
ofllcc and aslteil ns a fnvot to the sugar pal-
nco people , that ho would consent to take
part in afour-lmiidcil prohibition debate. Mr.
Kosowntcr expressed eroat douht vhethcr ho
could lind tltne , nnd 11 n nil y left the matter
open with the uudcrstiumiiiR that howould
confer with Hon. John U Webster , A few
0 ays later ho received the followiiiR letters :
OlIANP ISLUM ) Sl'QAU I'AI rB EXPOSITION1 ,
GiUNn I6t * > n , Nob. , Ausust , l&OO , Hon. B.
Ifjikowater Kstccmed Sir : Slnco t.-ilkltmwltli
you rt'Kjrdlina < U < hate on prohlblllon I have
corn'spomled with t > uino of the prohibition
proplo and amluviipy to say -wo can Kot BODIO
ofthelrtiestiiien to speak liero during tlio
Millar | iahicocxxviltloii. ) Mr. Bt. John mid Mr
I arrabco willsponk and wo want to huvo the
clebatoon Scploiulrr 36 and 17. I have this
dny written Mr. Wubstcr iisklnff him If lie
conltt como ut that dnte. 1 inlirlit ulsonsk
wh t eoniK > iisatIonyoti ileslro. Trustliii ; that
tiiodutoundiehcdulo vrlll meet your up pro
bation and colivciilcnco , I remain truly yours
0V. . SCAittr , Qcncral Muutiger.
OIIANU Ifi.AMNob. ) , August y , IblW , lion.
Kosevnter Dear J'lr ' : 1 nm In receipt of i
It-tier today from ( lovernorVllllainLarrabco
of lowu statins tli at ho will lioln Nebraska on
t-cptcrnberu toll ) to assist In tlio campaign
and if lie speaks ut our sugar pnhco on tin
17th nndlStlilliat the Mate coin lull too inns
not bill him elsowliero on these tlaton. Uai
you not arrange that vlth the committee , 01
will I liavo to sea about It , and to whoinsliul
I write ? Vours , UW. ftvuttr ,
On tto nest day Mr. Scnrflvrs notUled by
Mr , Hoscu-ntcr tbntho woplillolu lo tuo do
bate only on the conditions which \vcro so
forth by Mr.'obster \ \ In the following letter
.OMAHA , August SO , IPU ) . .Mr. O.Y \ , Scarff
Grand Ulunl : , Neb , My Dcnr Sir : Vour ro-
qucst to Htm. K. Itosewatcrnudmyself to
jucft ox-Governor f.arrnbeo and ox-Jovernor (
bt. John la a Joint debate upon thn proliJlltlon
unienaiiicnt. at thosiixurpalace , fortwodays ,
\\o \ will accept the Invitation to dcbntowltn
tlii ; eeuthiincn upon the fallowing conditions
Ilrbt-Tlio question to bo debuted to bo ,
tX11'.0. ' . V.0510P | tP dlenoy of Adopting a
Prohibition Amendment to the Constitution
of tlio Mate. " They to hold tlio alllrniatlvo
nod open thedulmto , undtlioordorof thedu-
tonto tobo I'oulliuud
us litrouftur Htatcd :
F cond Tlieorder of the debate to bo as
follow * ! Ontof these gcntlaueo to open the
tcbatc , tobo followed byolthorMr. . Itosowator
or inysolf.tlienoltlicrof them to next speak ,
iiidtho tlcbatoof that session to bo eloscd by
ltlicr Mr. Koscwater or niysclf. Tlio Idea
lolng tliatthert'Shall bo four speeches at each
session , in routliui order , so that each of tlio
four persons shall liavo ono tpcoch at each
Third Tlio tlmo ottho speeches to bpllrnltod
to not less than thirty minutes , and not ex
ceeding forty-flvo inlnutea , your organization
ia\lng the prlvllCKOof UxliiK tao limitation of
: inio within tlio periods of tlmoubovo named.
I'rovldeil.howovur , that the Bnaio amount of
tlinoshallbo crantcd to each of the speakers
tit the respective sessions.
Fourth-Thodob to shall continue through
two days , each day's debate being divided
into two sessions.
Fifth Wo will furnish the reporters and
lia\o thetpoechos reported In fullasocllvered.
youto par the fees and charges of the re-
poiters. Yours truly , JNO. L. VEUSTEU.
It was also verbally understood that neither
Mr. Rosewutor not1 Air. AVebstcr vould
charge anytUlus for their tlmo or transportu-
These conditions were tdontlcaUy the same
as had been agreed upon for the Beatrice debate -
bate , but there tlio prohibition champions
wriggled and Juggled out of it by refusing to
talk on the afternoon of the last day unless
the order was reversed and they \vero given
the privilege of closing as well as the open-
in g. It was in order to prevent a repitltloti
of such trickery that these conditions bad
been imposed from the outset at Grand Is
land. All this tlmo there was no talk of anj--
body but St. John and Larrabeo for the pro
hibition side. But n few days before thode-
bate was to take place tliu following letter
was received. There was no advantage taken
of either Kaiildu or Bradford , and there was
no change in the prosr.unme , which had beau
nprced upon two weeks previous :
JINCOI.N , Neb. . St'pt. 11. ISDJ.-Iloti. E. Koso-
vrater. Omaha , Neb. Dear Sir ! I tried to see
you In Lincoln today , but failed to Itndyoii.
1 liavo seen the nrohllis and non-partUans
anil they can furnish Attorney General llrad-
foidnf Kansas and your choice of Itankla of
IMttshurcor Chancellor Crolghtrm of Lincoln.
St. John U entirely out of tlio market this
month tinil J.arralico cannot get back from
Iowa from an appointment till too late. I
bavo talked with a great many men today
that know llrattfordand CreUhton , and they
spoke of them as being splendid men and good
debaters. The prohlbs say they will pit these
men against anybody that can bo produced
andabldoby the result.
1'heso men nro conceded to bo the best men
thn prohlbs have , and think yon and Mr.
\Ycbiterought to bo satisfied with the men.
I'lcaso wire luout Ornnd Island your pleasure
at my expense us I leave for home tonight.
Very truly yours. O.V \ SCUIPF , Q. Mjr.
Jn answer to this letter Mr. ijcarlt was
notincd that Ilrndford and Crclpliton vould
bo accepted forthcflrst day , nnd Larrabco
was to take the place of Creighton the second
day. This was the arrangement , tmd so It
was advertised by the maunders.
lianlciii was not thonpht ot , nnd would not
linve been accepted , for the reason that
neither Uosowatcr nor Webster were dis
posed , todebnto with a man who hires out by
the month with a moving tent us atruvcliupr
On the first day of the debate Crelghton
failed to pub in nn appearance ,
and Hankln , who bail been hanging around
Grand Island fora week , was ojTcredas a
substitute until Larrabeo should arrive. IIo
was only to spoalconco. The assertion that
Lnrrabeo was to bo left out of the debate Is
nn Impudent fabrication , The charge that
General Ilrndford wns outrnRed nnd Insulted
after ho had turned his back to the enemy is
rather amusing. The story about the beer in
bis cellar had already bcca given to tlio pub
lic In the Beatrice douato. The plumber's
aftldavitns matted from Topeha to Mr.
Kosowater direct lo Grand Island by ono ol
tbo Kansas resubtntjslonlsts , but Morrison's
aftldavit is not half as damaging to Bradford
as the charges inndo by tbo Topeka Capital ,
tbo leading prohibition organ of Kansas , ami
his own loiters to St. John , which are mat
ters of record. _
Dr. Elrnoy , nose nnd throat , Bco Wdg- .
The Itonrd of Trade Excursion ,
Arrangements bavo been perfected with
the Fremont , Hlkora & Missouri Valley rail
road company for a special train to visit the
Sroux City com palace , which will Icavo the
Wcbsterstrect depot at 8o'clock a.m. Thurs
day , October 'J , ana retumlnB will Icavo
Sioux City at 7 o'clock p. in. , arriving In
Omaha at 10 o'clock.
M\ \ members of the board nnd their families
are Invited to participate in this excursion
Such as expect to go are requested to notify
the secretary as early a * possible , ofvhoio
I diets can bo secured , the price of which
vlllboSlfor the round trip. Stephenson's
caches will accompany the excursion and
"urnlsb. an opportunity for a ride In Sioux
31ty to all who may desire It.
lr , Birnoy , nose and throat , Bee
TO JiOOK FOIt SCOXT.
A Brother-in-Liaw of the JHsslnjj Man
Thinks Ito lias Been Murdcrc' ] ,
tfr. F. B. Collins of DCS Molnes , a brother-
in-law ofV. . H , Scott , -who mysteriously dis
appeared a few days atro , called at TUB BCE
Dfllco and expressed preat surprise that noth
ing , apparently , had been done towards flnd-
inK the mtsslng man , Ho was flrinly of the
opinion that Mr. Scott had been foully dealt
with and had como here to take steps to iind
sorno , trace of him. Ho had inquired among
the railroad men , to whom Air. Scott was
well known through his connection with the
Pullman'car company , but could llud no
trace of him nor evidence that he had left
to\vn oti any train.
Mr. Collins said that Mr. Scott had on his
person at the tlmo ho disappeared a diamond
ring valued at SIM , a handsome gold witch
and chain besides about flX ( ) in money. lie
described him as being of slender build ,
with sloping shoulders , about five feet
tenincbes iu bclKht , weight liiO pounds. aa
thirty-two years , full heard , light brown hnir ,
parted in the middle , blue eyes , rather weaVc ,
necessitating the wearing of spectacles , llKht
complexion , heavy gold filling In teeth , which
was shown when tne mouth was opened , IIo
also walked "pigeon-toed" with ono foot.
Sir. Collins stated that Mrs. Scott had been
so distressed and worried over her husband's
disappearance that she had gone to the homo
of his parents in Flushing- . Y , , about a
week ORO ,
air. Milord , of tbo Commercial National
bank , Avas seen , and stated that ho had
written to Chief Seavcy requesting him to
take stops to llnd a trace of the man aml.ulso ,
to notify the chiefs of police of the larger
cities of his disappearance.
A Light In Kvory Berth.
To the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway belongs the creditor "being , the
first in. the country to reduce the matter
of electric lighting of trains to scientific
perfection. Ono of the novel features
introduced In tlio sleeping cara is a
patent electric reading lamp in each
section. With this luxurious provision
reading at night before and after , retir
ing becomea as comfortable as by Any ,
and when retiring the toilet muy bo
in ml o in comfort and Occlusion. The
berth reading1 lamp in the Pullman
sleeping cars run on the Chicago , Mil-
wnulcooik St. J'nul railway , 'between
Omaha and Chicago , is patented , and
cannot bo used liy uny ether railroad
company. It Is the greatest Improve
mcntoftho ago. Try it and he con
Stooping cars leave the Union Pacific
depot , Omaha , atC:10p. : m. dally , arriv
ing nt Chicago at 9:80 : a. in , Secure
tickets nnd sleeping car berths at Union
Ticket ofllco , 1501 Farnam street ( Barker
Block ) , Omnlio.
J. E. PIIESTO.V , P. A. NASH ,
Pass. Agent Gon'l Agent.
The Swedish nntl-prohlbltlonists held a
rousing meeting at Green's hall l&st nlpht
which was attended by fully two hundred
persons. Judge Stenberg and others fur
nished the oratory and urged the club to
stand by their colors. The secretary re.
ported that tbo membership of the club hac
been Increased 1OOO and that 500 voters hai
tutou out their tint papers of citizenship
within the past thirty days.
Dr. Elrnoy cures catarrh , Bee bldjj.
"Wants a Guardian.
Mrs. JIary Miller of. Chicago was before
Judge Shields yesterday asking that
guardian he appointed to look after her
grandfather. Joseph Manning , who Is ninety
years of aco. The old man is worth consld ,
erablo property , and Mrs , Miller , whoU an
only heir , is afraid that It will bo squandered
The court did not hand down a decision las
AT THE COLiISEUM.
A. Special Musical IVocrniinno for the
There was another brilliant and fash ionaole
crowd at the Coliseum last evening , and at
the matinee this afternoon the management
is counting on the largest assemblage of the
season. Manager M. U Rocder was pros
trated yesterday from overwork , but Is mend
ing rapidly , his many friends are pleased to
know , and will he at his post as energetic fa
The lusical Union military band will give
a grand saerca concert this afternoon , of
which the following is the programme :
March at Cortege-La ItelnoDo Saba .
Overture Fra Dlavlo . . .Aubcr
Characteristic I'lece Simplicity . Moses
Cornet Solo Zulrode Ncllo . llesslni
: \Ir. If. Lotn.
Blons. Jlonsulla , Amarloaa prowler aerial
Selection Tl'Trovatoro . Verdi
Saereil 1'otpourrl Iloralil A-iigols . Iluyer
Tronibono Solo Dowa In tbo Deep Cellor ,
( Uy request ) . 1'lshcr
Jlr. If. if chun kc.
Mons. Jlonsulhi , llyhiR trapcsc. iil.000 cha.1-
lengofor my equal. )
Idyll rorge In the Forest . Michael Is
Description 1. At nluht. i. Mornliiir. a. (
Hy the brook. 4. riio steejilo boll strikes
ilvo (5) ( ) . 5. .Morning urayer. 0. The forgo.
Overture LaGuz7a Laflra . liosslnl
to Coney Island ( by request ) .
The exhibit of anyflrm at an exposition is
a criterion of thovoluraoof trade done by
them at their place of business. The flno
display of Hayward Bros , is not a mis
nomer In this regard. This popular shoo
house lias made several ovations in the Una
of reform in footclotblng. Their foot-form
slioos are gaining1 public favor and as popular
opinion gets nearer to common sense , foot-
form shoes will become more and mow
popular. In this excellent array of shoes
nnd slippers may bo seen foot- form shoes for
Indies , for gentlemen , for children and oven
tlio tiny square toed foot-form shoo for the
babies. The line of funny shoes nnd
slippers Is very line and elicits many compli
ments from their visitors. Haywiird Bros.
make a specialty of manufacturing- ladies
line cloth topped shoes to order ,
which are raado to match the color of any
dress or costume the lady may cliooso. This
llrm came to Omaha over four years ago
and started under veryamfavorablo condi
tions ns to location , but no thing- daunted they
kept movinK onward aiuj , .upward until today
there is no single firm lathis city that stands
higher in theestimitlonqf'tho public , or car
ries a flner or more varlpd line of shoes than
they. , . f
Keep your shop and tour shop will keep
you , wns the advice ol Uenjumin Franklin.
The wisdom of his council baj been proven tea
a demonstration by tbc- successful career of
the metropolitan dry wdj > housoof N. E ,
Falconer , whoso magnilifent exhibit at the
coliseum is the cynosurp < > f all oycs. Grand
without being gaudy , substantial , yet ox-
qulsltely arranged , it can bo said without
disparagement to othw1 'beautiful exhibits ,
that this display easily , leads in this , the
finest aggregation of ( .xliLblts in the west ,
The display occupies four , largo booths , each
of which represents n different department of
the great store. The several divisions of tbo
exhibit are separated 1 > plush covered col
umns , each of a dllftrdiit hue , and sur
mounted by a bust form , each showing to ad
vantage a different style of corset , Cl'ho entrance -
trance to each booth Is handsomely draped
with portierres , which have been carefully
selected with a viewto the effect when the
exhibit Is viewed a * n ttholo. Alwvo the en
trance to each department nro the words ,
"X B. Falconer , " whilst beneath the brass
rail that guards the portals are handsome fur
rugs of grey wolf , squirrel , silver fox , etc.
In the first room or booth , which is located
next the stairway , maj" be seen a line of tba
latest , as well as the toost , Iu the way of
blankets andcomforts. Thcro are the closely
woven blizzard blankets , -which by the wuy
are quite now in the west , and arc sure to DC-
como very popular the coming ivlntcr , > Tto
beautiful cider-down comforts in sateen and
silK , are fit for a queen's couch ,
Interspersed amid the billowy seaof comforts
and llecoy ti'.atmcts are handsoroo nofa and
chair pillows , completing tbo luxuriant
spectacle. The next , rection la devoted to
fancy furniture covcrinn nnd silk Jtapestry
in PompcIiD red , gold , steel blue , Ardioi ,
peach , and silver gray , Among the
portierres are theLondon style , mnrlilo arch ,
continental style , grill top and many other
elegant styles. There are satin pin cushions
covered with hand mndo lace all in keeping
\\itti the elegant appointments of the beauti
ful apartment. The exquisitely fashioned
trass bcdsted in the third , booth comes in for
the lions share of praise , and It certainly
merits It for -would be hard to conceive of
a moro handsome piece of furniture. The
trappings ol this booth are almost -regalia
their splemlor. Brass stands , rich jewel
cases and handsome Japanese goods abound
in prolusion , The fourth nnd last apart-
mcnt is the one which owing to the near ap
preach ofwinter perhaps attracts an much
attention f win tie ladles as any. It contains
shawls , cloaks and wraps. Among the
teautifiil outer garments for the ladies In
this display are to bo seen the B. Priestly &
Co.'s shawls oC pure silk warp henriettas
for mourning purposes ; Persian and camel's
hair sliiiwla costing from = S5 ? and upwards.
-Among the cloaks and wrap ) area handsome
miltesD jacket with military front , a new
salt plush Jacket with adjustable vest , to ba
worn cither full or winter , a new garment
and very stylish. Such a collection would
of course bo incomplete without the seal
garments. They arc there the fjenuinearticlo
in Palloto style of the regulation 42 inch
length , and us handsome as the ladies \vtio
later on will wear them. It Is a display to bo
proud of and is appreciated by all who visit
The display of flue carriages by William
Snyder tnny truly be said to boa feature of
the exposition itself. It isarraiuredupona
raked platform Innlt in the fashion of a
stage , with a wealth of curtains ahovo whilst
abroad carpeted stairway lea'ls aipto the
ample platform. On the curtain in hold let
ters are tbo words "William Snydcr , " just
beneath is the word "Welcome. " Thocxhibit
is arranged in tlio form of n circle
and comprises flvc dllTcient styles
of pljctons In live sizes , also four
different styles ot top bURdies all Iu
different sizes as well as two different sies
of roadivafjou. The handsome drab lined
phaeton in the foreground receives unstinted
praise , a statement that can ho nude of every
vehicle in the collection.Among the exhibit
are also two very line extension top carriages ,
ono regular and the other a French platform
carriage ; the latter Is the very latest nndls
qulto elegant in appearance , This flno ex
hibit is entirely oihoino manufacture and re
flects great credit both on the maker anil
upon the entire city of Omaha.
An exhibit that Is particularly noticeable
is that of the Omaha rubber company which
Is well worthy the careful examination of
every ono who visits the exposition. They
rnauufuctu.ro a most complete line of goojj
sold by druggists , stationers , &c. , also rub-
hcr clothiiiR , mackintoshes , ladies' fine ROS-
satncr and slllc garments of the very latest
styles , as well ns oiled clothing for the use of
teamsters , borders , ic. They curry thb
largest stock of pure oak tanned
leather hcltlng and the host nunlity of rub-
her belting and hose carried in the west.
Persons desiring any thing In their line for
use about machinery ; to keep their feet or
"body dry , ornnythttiKui the line of drug
gists' sundries , -will lind Ifc decidedly to their
advantage before buy Ing to Inspect the goods
and get the prices ot the Omahu rubber com
pany , 1003 1'urnam slaws.
for beauty of arrangement and charming
effect the handsome exhibit of Sherman &
IMcConnell bears on * the palm. Just InslJo
the rail is a burnished show coso full of the
daintiest perfumoand the choicest cosmet
ics. Upon the walls are ecriod ranks of bet
tles full of mineral waters and In the upper
background are brushes and whisk brooms
in artistic array , In the corners of the
booth are festoons of sponges , while down
in the central ground Is a hu o bottloof Im
ported triple extract of cherry blossoms , a
bottled andalusla. This Jirm carries
the llnest line of perfumes In tlio city , a fact
that needs no proof to these wnooujoycd the
perfumes that exhaled from the rosettes
which , ban g In front of their display. The
nnnlvcrsary of tlio opening of ton utoro o -
curred yesterday , and lluih the proprietors
proud of their store nnd veil sat Is lied with
Joyce , the milliner , has the most petite dis
play in the building , nod his exhibit' Is cosily
the center of attraction for the ladies. Jlr.
Joyce h an acknowledged authority in regard
to what is bccomlng-iQfemlnJnoheadgear ; a
fact that gives added Interest to an exhibit
from bis store. Ills display this year Is fully
up to the high standard of his reputation as
The Omaha Business College baa great rea
son to feel proud of their fine exhibit at the
Coliseum. It is tno most extensive of its
kind ever shown in the west. It is diversi
fied in character and exhibits taste in ar
rangement , Every branch of penmanship is
represented ha master piece of Its kind , and
jives the visitor a comprehensive idea of the
icopoot a business college. Many of the
samples of pen drawing and flouriihiiiKiu-o
very handsome. The figure pieces by Prof ,
liathbun. representing General Grant on
horseback1 , a desert lion and other pieces , are
very life like. The students of this school
are required to master thonractleal branches
' ilrst a fact that accounts for the absence of
their work in the exhibit. The Omaha Busi
ness college took first premium ntthclata
state fair on ornamental penmanship. Taken
as a whole Duel In detail I'rof. Iluthbuubas
great reason to bo proud of his exhibit.
Dr , BLrnoy cures catarrh , Bee bldg.
A Mission at the Holy Family.
On Sunday , October 5 , there will bo a mis
sion commenced at the church ot tbo Holy
Family , corner Eighteenth an dlzard streets ,
by fathers of the Society ot Jesus. The mis
sion will bo continued for two weeks , and the
exercises will boas follows :
Morning-5 o'clock mass and instruction ;
Cand" o'clock mass8:30 ; o'clock mass and
Afternoon 3 o'clock ' stations of the cross ;
" : , ' M ) o'clock rosary , sermon , benediction.
Confession will'ho heard from5 o'clock in
the morning' until 1" and from J
noon , : l0 ! p.
in. until 10SO : p. m.
Ttiosewho attend the mission are requested
to abstain from nil vain nu-iuscmcuts , and
eiirnestlv employ themselves in thegreutaf-
falr of their salvation.
Tbo conditions for earning the plenary In
dulgence ottho mission urous follow :
To assist at five exercises of the mission ;
to make a good confession1 , to receive holy
cominunlon In the church ; to pray for the in
tentions of the church ,
KvfjiinK exorcises during the first wcelt for
ladles only ; during the second week for men
Dr. Birnoy cures cntarrh.Beo bid < j , a
, District Court ,
Vesterday afternoon Judges Doano and
\Vakcley listened to the arguments in the
Spclanik case. Some years ago the Spcla-
niks took into their homo the infant daughter
of a sister. Tlio child , Josephine , crew to
ivomanhcoJ , supposing thcpeoplo with whom
she lived were her parents , Two years ago
Martin Spclnnlk klllod his wife nnd then
committed suicide. Shortly after this his
relatives set up the claim that Josephine was
not an adopted child , and sought to obtain
possession of the property. The case has
been In thocourU before and 1ms been de
cided hi favor of the young woman.
Tomorrow morning Judge Clurlcson will
call thu criminal calendar In the larpo room
In the court house. Tlio prisoner * -will all ho
arraigned to plead , after which the case of
the Ktato vs. William Batnsey and William
r'ltcli , who arc churgcd with prand larceny ,
will be put on for trial. Tuesday. 1'rnnk E.
Munn , who is charged with adultery , will
have a hearing.
Dr. Birnoy cures catarrh , Bee bltlg.
Alllc llii-liioH Condition ,
Alllo ICorlne , Iho younfi woman who was
shot by Suicide Wiggand In the JJstabrook
block lat.t week , Is slowly recovering , but is
far from being- cut of danger. The question
now Is as to what will become cf the woman.
She Is without inonoy , and Mrs , Kclloy , the
woman witn whom ana la now stopping , can
Ill-afford toke pher. An application for aid
was filed with the commissioners Yesterday
and the committed oa charity will investi
gate the caso. Alllo has relations in Missouri
who are qulto veil-to-do people , but she rc-
fuscsto disclose their whereabouts , as she
does not want them to knctv of her condition.
Dr , Birnoy , nose and throat , Dee
After September 30 no orders for the
Americanized EncyclopoaJia lirl'.unnlca will
bo taken. All persons who desire to avail
themselves of our liberal offer must liave their
orders in by that day ,
Dr , Birnoy , nose and throat , 33co
\nollicr Unsy session lleU Vefilcr-
< lay Afternoon.
All of the
county commlnionors vcro
reseat yesterday afternoon , but they wcro
alf an hour late when Chairman. .Anderson
appcd for order.
The citizens of West
Omaha nsltcd that a
icw polling place ho established in Dundee
'lace. ' The petition was referred.
H. L. Kussell put iu an application to act
s watchman at the county hospital. NTo
, ctlon was taken other than to refer ,
The people who live in the I'll In ! district
f the Sixth wnrd asked to hnvo the polling
ilnce established nt 1S1U Military avenue.
. 'he board will look this up and reiwt.
An advertisement for bids to furnish sup-
dies for tliu vaults la the countv treasurer's
anil regi.stsr's olllco biought out'only onobld
and the clerk was instructed to readvertlso.
For constructing ; the culvert at the inte'r-
cctlon of I'ark nnd Prospect streets thoia
vere seven bids , all ofwhich were referred
o the committee on judiciary.
Tlio city had a bill of W,0-C > a niust the
county. " It was for paving Thirtieth street
"roin Bristol toSpaldlng'.and was referred to
he commltteo on roads and bridges.
Tlio usual numherof bills were presented
and referred to the respective committees ,
Thd ooml of McGavdck & Daily for con-
tructlnf , ' the ohtermat the county hospital
vas presented and approved. Mr. Meiav-
oek appeared hcforo the board and said ho
md miulo u mistake in his bid , thattho
vork could not bo done for the price at
ivhich hohad blil. IIo asked that bo bo ro-
levcd from the contract.
Mr. O'lioefToiuovcd that if the next high
est bidder would take tlio contract that Mc-
juvcck ' A Daily he released and their check
'or J100 returned. The motion prevailed ,
nnd If thisnarty will not accept the contract
the clerUttlll re-advcrtlsotho bids.
Mr. Berlin moved that no furthersteps bo
taken In the matter of grading Twentieth
street from N to Q streets , in South Omaha ,
until tlio county attorney can furnish his
opinion as to the legality of thowoik. Thcro
are 5,000 , yards of earth to bo removed nnd
the question U us to whether the work
hould bo paid for by South Omaha orb
the county. The motion prcvnileil , Berlin.
1'u rncr inul the chairman voting nye , whllo
C'orrlgniinnd O'ICccfe ' voted T.ay.
Tno following appropriation sheets wcro.
rcail and passed : No. S of the wad fund ,
, 7.78 ; .Vo. a ! of the general fundlllW.3'J. |
A appropriation shoot of seventeen pages.
known ns the coroner's jury nnd witnesses' '
appropriation sheet xvai presentee ! and
passed. It provides for the paying out of
f.-15'Jto men who have from time to tlmo
served as juron and witnesses ,
Dr , Birnoy , nose and throat , Dee I
Aroportof the condition of the counJy
llnances , In cook form , has been published.
So mo months ago Commissioner Dcrlin sug
gested that it would bo the proper thing to
publish such a statement , and acting upon.
this suggestion the iinanco committee , nldc < l
by Auditor Evans , commenced the work ;
which was completed a few days ago ,
The book shows the taxation , levies , as
sessments anil nuinoi of the county ofliclals
from 185'Jto tbo present dnte. It also shou-s
the bonded Indebtedness of the county to bo
f510,000 , with a surplus of ( l ltiri in the
treasury. The tax collections for 1W wera
.S37,5 , < M and the disbursements f'03,577. ,
Two thousand copies of the book have been.
printed and will bo ready for distribution ia
u few days.
Dr. Birnej , nose and throat , Dee l ldj.
Mrs. 0 , P. Husscll arrived In the city
Thursday evening looking for her husband ,
who deserted her eight years ajto , nndvvhotnv
she has been following from place to placo.
IIo was formerly a practicing physician in.
Howard county , Illinois , but is now a South
Omaha livestock dealer , and hoards at the
corner ofSixtcenthand Lcnvcnworth In this
city , Ho refuse to assist her , although slm
says ho ha ) property ami la abundantly iible
to provide for Ida family , fiho will ask tba
court to compel him to aid her , unless ha
forestall * her , as he has frequently done Uo *
fore , by ( kipping to other Heidi.
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