Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 23, 1890, Part One, Page 8, Image 8
8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAOT , NOVEMBER 23 , 1890-SIXTEEN PAGES. I1AYDKN IIUOS. Only n Fo'.v More Ilnys of tlio Great Closing Out Bnlc. Wo have been offering nnd are now offering bargnino which .wo will not duplicate this season. Our stock must bo reduced In order to mnko more room for toys nnd holiday goods wliich are now coming in dally. On Monday wo olTer CO pieces extra heavy dress flannel , either stripes or plaids , at 2oc yard ; they would bo cheap atlOc yard. 10 pieces of high colored basket flannel 50c yard. Choice of nil plain colors in older down flannel now 36c yard. Pink striped nnd plaid llannols for infants' dresses only 60c yard. Choice of all our fancy otripod nil-wool French flannel reduced to Ooo yard. All-wool opera flannels In nil the lending shades only 40c yard. 20 pieces twilled or plain natural wool flannels tit -lOc , ircnnd60c. ) All-wool orange colored flannel 25c yard. Pink wool mixed flannel , lOc yard. Hluo mixed llannol , lOo yard. Navy blue shirting flannel , 25c , < ! 0c , ! ! 5e , 40c nnd CCoynrd. All wool llannol skirt pat terns , $1.00 and $1.50 each. Now dark styles In outing1 flannel , lOc yard. Newport - port white blinker flannel now only lOc yard ; this is a good bargain in shaker llntinul. Whlto wool flannel , 15c , 20o nnd 2V5c yard , Have you scon our special bargain In yard wide all wool white llan nol at 33o yard ? Compare our prices on eilk embroidered llannol. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. On Monday wo expect to clear outlets lots of blankets nnd comforts. Wo need the room and these goods nro very "bulky and take up a great deal of epnco. AVhoro can you go in Omaha and buy a sateen covered comfort , elzo 72x78 , for $1.18 , except at Haydcn's , and wo won't promise you any after Monday as they nro nearly nil gone. Wo have comforts at Me , 75c nnd $1.00 each. Cretonne covered com forts , $1.35 each. Our leader in com forts is a comfort covered on both sides with fancy llgurcd sattecn , size 72x78 , nnd clean cotton filling , only $2.25 each. Have you seen our down comforts at1.75 each. Our stock of blankets is too largo and must bo reduced. On Monday you can buv a 6 pound silver gray blanket at Jlaydcn's for $1.00 a pair. That beats them all. This blanket would bo cheap at $1.75 , but wo have too many and they must go at $1.00 a pair. All wool gray blankets at $3.601.00 , $1.50 , S5.00 , $5.50 and $0.60 a pair. 2 yard wide gray-mixed blankets at $2.23 a pair. California- wrapper blankets at 83.60 nnd $3.00. Crib blnnkot6$1.60and J2.60 pair. Wo have a largo line of California blankets In white nt $5.00 , S0.50 , $7.60 , $8.60 , $0.50 , $10.00 , $12.00 , 816.00 pair. Ilorso blankets at 7Gc , $1.25 , $1.35 , $1.05 , $2.00 , $2.05 and $3.35. Lap robes at $1.05 and $2.60 each. Wo shall offer our entire stock of cotton flannels , ginghams , prints , shirting , denims , tickings , muslins , both bleached nnd unbleached , sheetings and cotton batting at special prices to closo. They must go. Next week wo begin to tear out the wall. IIAYDKN BROS. , Dry goods and carpets. SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. You never had a chance to buy silks as cheap as at present. Wo are solo ngonts for Omaha for C. J. Bonnet & Co.'s celebrated silks , Givonough Broth ers and John M. Stearns complete lines. Our silks nro fully guaranteed ; our black silks at SOc , G3c , 76c , 85c , Ooo and 81.00 ; cnn'Ubo beat. Examine our faille francalso at Ooo and 85e ; mprvllloux at C6o nnd 05c ; rcgcnco 65c , Goc and 85c ; urrrtures 85c , worth $1.25. Our stock of plushes , silk velvets , eatins , surah silks and colored silks of every color and description is second to none in this city. Black dress goods of every style and description ; wo are making some very low prices on wool and bilk warp hcnri- ottns. 0-4 broadcloth in all colors at 95c , actual value $1.60. 200 pieces of all-wool plaids , the hand somest styles you will llnd in Omaha , at COc , 69c , OSc , 76c , 85c and up to $1.35 ; there are bargains in this lot. Wo have made some deep cuts in fine nil-wool colored dress goods ; wo have everything that is now in this line at prices fully one-third less than six weeks ago. ago.A full line of flannel dress goods in nil the plain shades and mixtures ranging in width from 31 inches wide up to 54 inches wide and in price from IDc up to D5o a yard. If you want a dress of this description you will bo suited at Hnv- dons. 60 pieces fancy wool mixed plaids re duced to close to lOc a ymd. CO nieces flannel back "Drap Do Porao" suitings reduced to 7jo a yard , Avorth 15c. 2,000 remnants of dross goods of every description and color ; remnants ol silks , black dross goods , plushes &c. , at about ono half manufacturers cost. HAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods nnd Carpets. CARPETS. Wo must mnko room for our holiday goods , and our stock of carpets and dra peries take up such a largo space wo will tnnho the biggest cut in carpets over made in Omaha in order to reduce the etock to got the required space. Ingrain carpets 30c. 33o , 40c and 45c. Government standards , all wool , 55c , COc , 05c , C8c ; 3-ply , 75c and Ooc , worth 81.25. , Tapestry brussels , 50c , 'COc , 05c , 75c , worth from 75o to $1.00 per yard ; $12.00 portion ) for $0.50 ; $15.00 portiors for 17.50 ; $18.00 portion for $9.00 ; bordered top and bottom , fringed ton and bottom ; scrim , 3c per yard ; lloor oil cloth , 25c per yard ; table oil cloth , 17c. Holland shades mounted on spring rollers , lllo. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. Visit our furniture department and got our prices on chairs. Wo are receiving a nice line of chairs for holiday presents , nnd wo can save you money. Chairs at ull prices and of every stylo. When you visit Hayden Bros. ' store visit their fur niture department. department.IIAYDEN IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry goods and carpets. MH8. J. IIK.VSON. Special for This AVcelc. Children's natural color wool vestsor pants ; sizes from 1 to 8 ; price , 25o to 38e ; flizes from 10 to 15 ; prlco OSc. CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS. Part wool , size 3 to 8 years ; prlco , 75c to $1 ; sizes 8 to 14 ; price , $1.23 to $1.60. Wo have just received some moro of those beautiful Egyptian cotton ribbed union suits and vests in extra size. OUR ART DEPARTMENT la crowded with now goods. Handsome drapes , 25c. A great many now designs in stamped linens. Araslno. Oc doz. MRS. J. BENSON. Cornish &RobortBonnttornoyshavo ro ta oved their ofllcostgR&tto 67 , Barker bk No generator , no gasoline to generate , gas lights instantly like electricity , no machinery , tank containing gasoline can bo removed instantly , thereby removing all [ danger , the improved now process gasoline stove , the Quick Meal. Stool- col , agent for Nob. , 1621 Howard. Guitars $3.00 , cheap at $5.00. S. Bank , GOT N. 10th street. All the latest novelties in jewelry at liulf jeweler's prices tit llayden Bros. IIAVDKN Almost ( ho Imat Cnll He/nro "Wo take out the buck wall to connect the now edition this fall. Never was such low prices made on good goods be fore , will hold this sale Monday , Wednesday and Friday. 10 pounds gran ulated sugar $1.00 ; 1U pounds oxtrn 0 sugar $1.00 ; this is almost white. Im ported Valencia raisins 8jc ; those nro : iow and worth 16c , but wo have a car load and must sell ; evaporated blackber ries lOc ; evaporated raspberries 35c ; im ported now sifted currants 7jc , tlioso would bo cheap for 12jc ; imported now prunes 7Jc , you can not buy thorn for loss than 12Jc ; 8-pound can solid packed tomatoes Oc ; 2-pound can best sugar corn 3c ; 2-pound can blackberries lOc ; 2-pound can blackberries , put up in heavy syrup , 15c ; 2-pound can best raspberries , packed in 'ranulated sugar syrup. 17jc , worth 35c , iluso are a great bargain ; oil sardines , ic ; mustard sardines , lOe ; Columbia river salmon , 12Jc , 15c nnd 17jc ; 3.1b can of all kinds of California plums , 17c } ouch ; egg , Dawson , green gage , golden drop and all this class : 1Mb can apricots , 15)c ) ; largo pall of nil hinds of jolly , 85c ; evaporated apples , lOc : soda crackers , 5e ; oyster crackers , 60 ; King's ' rclf rising buckwheat Hour , 3o ! n pound or 7jo for 2-pound package ; Jleckor's , the same price ; strictly pure buckwheat , 8e ; .all duds of pancake Hour , ; i2o per pound ; 7 liars best laundry soap , 25c ; sapolio , 7jc. Wo have just received a largo consign ment of Monior's French premium : horolato , 17jc. This chocolate is made in Paris and is the finest made on this earth , you can not buy or got any hot ter if you pay ten times this prlco. Imported chow chow , 15o per quart : pure maple sugar , 12c } ; 21-pound stone jnr of all kinds of jam , lOc ; headcheese , fie ; bo logna , 5c ; liver sausage. 6c ; picnic bams , Oj ( 7c ; sugar cured hams , lOc ; full cream cheese , ISc ; very best creamery butter , lOc to 22a Imported apple butter , 7jc. AVe roast our coffee every day and can Drive you the best Mocha and Java cof- Tco , Hoc ; wo are the only house In this city that keeps thogcnuInoMocha coffee ; wo sell a good Rio colloo , 25c ; Santos , 27(230c ( ; tea wo boll the best uncolorcd Jap ten , 35c , 50c ; you cannot got such a good tea in this city only at UAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods nnd Groceries. HOUSE FURNISUING GOODS. Handled cups nnd saucers , ! ljc ; dinner plates , 6o } ; tea plates , Se ; pie plates , 3c } ; meat platters , 5c ; vegetable dishes , 5c ; nappies , sauaro and round , lOc ; wash bowl , largest size , , 20Jc ; pitcher , largo size , 20Je ; chambers , covered , 45c ; un covered chambers , 35e ; sauce boats , 16c ; slop jurs , 05c ; soap dishes , 5c ; square and round fruit dishes , lOc per sot ; fine decorated toilet sots , $2.13 , worth $0.60 ; line decorated wash bowl and pitcher , $1.33 , worth )3,00wino ) ; glasses , 2o ; goblets , 5c ; tumblers , 2Jc. Wo have just received the biggest bar gain in lamps over placed on sale in the west. Wo have a genuine bisque , hnnd- nainted vnco lamp with shade to mulch for $1.95 , worth $5.00 ; 100 different de signs to select from ; an all brass pinno lamp for $4.75 , worth $15.00 ; hanging- lamps from $2.25 up ; winosats , six wlno glasses , a Fine enrgossed decanter and Lrny for 03c , worth $3,50 ; all sizes and kinds of lamp chimneys for 5c ; line col ored and decorated cuspidors , 15c ; Inrgo milk crocks , 5c. In wooden and tinwaro our stock is the largest and the prices the lowest. The finest wash broom made , lOe ; towel and hatracks,5e ; wooden bowls , 5c ; wash tubs , 50e ; pails , 6c ; wooden spoons , 3c ; ironing tables , 95o clothes baskets , 65e ; large rolling pins , 5c. \Vo have 5,000 dilToront arti cles wo sell for lo each. The following are some of tnom : 1 doz clothes pins , package stove polish , teaspoon , table spoon , 2 boxes of tacks , bed castors , mouse trap , milk pans , pudding pans , hooks , hut hooks , nutmeg graters , roll ing pins , steve lid lifters , flower pots , mustard spoons , gimlets , harness snap , screwdrivers , picture , hooks , brass- headed tacks , rubber gns jots , etc. Wo nro the leaders in cutlery and spoons. Wo have a stcol knife and fork , solid malleable handle , for 39c per sot , worth $1.50 ; a cocoa handled knife and fork for 25o per &ot , a solid bono knife and fork for $1.25 in spoons a silver plated tea spoon 25c per sot ; a silver plated table spoon 60c per sot ; a solid nickel silver tea spoon for SOc per sot ; a solid nicklo table spoon for $1.00 per sot. Those goods are war ranted. Carpet sweepers , $1.25. The latest thing in lamp shades , the Pyrono , it is a porcelain shade with silk curtains , the curtains can bo drawn opened letting ting the light in the room and when closed throw the light down. Wo have them at all prices. Coal hods , lOc , household timonla 5c. IIAYDEN BROS. Dry Goods nnd House Furnishings. DRUG DEPARTMENT. Paino's celery compound 75c , regular price $1.00. Dr. Sanford's liver invigorntor 75c , regular price $1.00. Vinegar bitters' 75c , regular price $1.00. Baker's emulsion cod liver oil 75c , regular price $1.00. Poor man's porous plasters 6c , regular prlco 25c. Hungato mntyns mineral water 25c , regular price 35c. Distilled extract witch hazlo , 1 pint bottle , 25c. Toilet soap , 4 cakes in each box , 15c. Genuine Gorman caudo cologne , 4 ounce bottle , 29c. Perfumes at reduced prices , gold paint for gilding nnd decorating containing C dilToront shades , lOc. French enamel paint for decorating , lOe a bottle. IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry goods and drugs. Important toGontlcmon. Intending purchasers of Christmas presents will do well to visit the PARISIAN "CLOAK AND SUIT CO. if they wish to secure desirable presents without having to pay fancy prices. GENTLEMEN IT WILL PAY YOU to call. Wo have a nice line of fur coats , nnd fur lined overcoats which wo will offer at a great sacrifice. Remember the place the PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. , Southeast corner 15th and Harnoy sts. Water Color Display. A fine line of original water colors. Fno simile water colors uro now dis played at Hospo'a art rooms. They nro the works of Frank Enders , A. ' P. Bricher and other eminent artists which nro for sale and exhibition. A. HOSPE , JR. , 1513 Douglas street. Shoot music lOc per copy at S. Bank' 607 N. 10th. Attend Jonnson's auction jewelry sale , Farnam and llth street. 2 and 7 p. in. Grand thanksgiving evening assembly at Mornnd's. Admission , lady and pen- tloman , $1.00. All the latest novoltlou in jewelry at half jeweler's prices nt Hayden Bros. Motonnon , gripmen , street car drivers nnd others exposed to the cold , will find it to their advantage to examine our now line of fur coats , just opened at the People's clothing1 house , 1303 Douglas street. THE FAIR IN TWO DAYS Will Glvo Possession of the Lower Store to its Now Owners. Tlio DrcNS Goods Block Is So I < nrjjo That Superhuman KfTorts ami Fearful Ilctliictloiia are Ncocssnry. This wanton destruction of prices will bo found nil over the whole of our vast establishment. The remaining stock WILL BE SQUEEZED Into the next room , so that finally the whole business will dwindle from 11 combined stores to 1 , and then from that to nothing. TIIEl AIR WILL BE ENDED. Meanwhile for tomorrow , or as long ns these iroods may remain It may bo hours , It may bo minutes according to the rush , which will bo grout , wo alter these INCOMPARABLE BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. 8 yds. cnblo twilled , double fold suit ings In black and colors tit $1.00 per pat- torn. 8 yards of double-fold , nil wool tricots and llannol suitings at $1.50 per pattern. 8 yards 42-inch wide all wool imported diagonal twills , Jamestown novelties in plain and stripes and combinations , line English cashmeres , all at $2.00 per pat- torn. 42-inch nil wool English ohovlots in now plaids , two-toned stripes nnd nil wool French cashmeres , at $2.50 per pat- torn. torn.Your Your choice of 60 different styles of the finest kinds df dross goods , that sold up to now as high as $1.00 n vnrd. Your choice of these in full 8-yard lengths at $3.00 per pattern. AT $4.00 PER 8-YD. PATTERN. Wo close our entire stock of line all wool honrlottas.sllk mohnlrbrllllnntincs In black and colored English Amazon cloth that will not rough up. Any and all of them at $1.00 per 8 yard pattern. FINE SURAH SILKS , 290 YARD. Following these great bargains in Iress goods , wo offer you the choice of the latest styles. $2.- PLUSH JACKETS FOR $10. Those nro made with reveres and the most elegant iiTckots of the season. 55 nowinarkots reduced to $1.50. $12 nowmarkols reduced to $5. $15 newmnrkots reduced to $7.50. Our entire stock of novelties in ladies' winter * wraps and plush fur-trimmed quilted silk lining'garments that wo sold as high as $00 , to bo sold out tomor row at $15. SELLING OUT SHAWLS. Heavy gray and brown wool beaver bhawls that wore $2.50 , now $1.26. Our finest grade of $7 beaver shawls reduced to $3.50. Fine all wool breakfast shawls now go at 2oc. LADIES' ANU CHILDREN'S UNDER WEAR. Our finest grade of children's all wool scarlet underwear at 12Jo for first si/.o , rise 5c a size. The very finest grade of children's y.oph.vr knit underwear in all sizes re duced to 35c. Ladies' fine natural wool swiss ribbed underwear reduced from 81 to SOc. Our finest grade of Imported Indies' hand knit vests reduced from$1.60to75c. BED.SPREADS AT A SAGUIFICE. Honeycomb bedspreads with colored borders at 29c. Full sizomargoilles bedspreads reduced from $1.50 to 75c. Wo will close out our entire stock of genuine Bates $1.75 bedspreads at $1.00 each. The finest bedspread retailed all over at $6.00 to close for 83.00. LINENS AWFUL CHEAP. Turkey red table linen worth 30c , 45c and Ooc , go forIOC IOC , 25C , 350. Very wide table damask with colored border at 2 lo , 29c , 39c. Full bleached table linen at 25c , 35o , 50c , 75c nnd 81.00. . Turkey-red fringed napkins , fast col ors , 8c , 6c and lOc each. Blenched napkins go at 75c , $1.00 , $1.50 and $2.00 a doz. , worth fully double. ALL TOWELS REDUCED TO COST. To close out the Immense stock of cor sets we are obliged to cut pric.cs almost in half. 75c sateen corsets , 39c. These ore in black and all colors. Our entire stock of $1.00. $1.25 nnd $1.50 brands of corsets will cloao out at 75c. , Wo offer the choice of our whole stock of high priced novelties in corsets , some which sold ashighas$3.50at$1.00each. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES On all muslins , bleached and un bleached , apron ginghams , dross ging hams and tickings. Everything goes. Wo make those astonisliing prices to close out those goods in a hurry , and at these prices you must bo ono of the early ones to take advantage of the occasion. Don't wait until the very last minute. J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS. THE FAIR. 602 , 601 , 500 , 60S , 610 South 13th street. IMPOllTANT ' 1O aiblHEUS. Knrgnlns in Misses and Children's Clonks. The greatest bargains over offered to the ladies of Omaha in childrons nnd mlbsos clonks ; all sizes in stock. Thou sands to choose from. Prices fully 50 per cent less than similar goods are to bo had for elsewhere. Wo simply defy competition in. our children's department. PARISIAN CLOAK & SUIT , CO. The only exclusive cloak and suit house in the west. Wo carry the largest stock. Our prices are the lowest. Come , see and bo convinced , S. E. Cor. 15th and Harnoy streets , Ramgo Building. Samuel Hums Announces to the ladies that Havilnnds' agent will bo hero next week , nnd ho will bo glad to have them meet him and see his samples , whether purchasing or not. A. Jtlnmlclbcrg. Formerly with Max Meyer & Bro. , Is now with the PEOPLES' MAMMOTH INSTALL MENT DOUSE , 013 , 015 , 017 tind 019 N 10th street. The finest stock of jewelry and novol- tles at S. Bank's 507 N. 10th. All the latest novelties in jewelry at half jowolor's prices at Haydeu Bros. Bargains in Clonks At the Parisian Cloak-and Suit Co. Jackets from $4.50 up. Nowmarkots from $5.00 up. Fur rapes from $3.60 up. Children's cloaks from $2.00 up. PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. , S. E. corner 16th and Harney , Ramgo building. The improved Now Process gasoline etovo the Quick Mcnl , has no generator , lights Instantly like electricity , no more danger. Cnll nnd BOO it , It is simply wonderful. Stootzel , ngontfor Nebraska , 1021 Howard. THE BOSTON STORE Buys a Carload of Remnants of Cotton I Goods. The Kntlro Accumulation of Item- natits ot'MusUrt SlioollnuH , Calicos , Finnncls , Drorf * floods atitl Tnblo ofnXJonncoileut SUM. BOUGHT BY US FOR A MERE SONG. The whole top fioor of the mill was filled with remnants. Our eastern buyer odors 2oo on the dollar and procures the whole lot. Thousands of remnants of good bleached muslin In lengths of from 2 to 10 yards go at 2o ] a yard. 1,600 remnants of calicos go at 3jc per yard. 500 canton llannol remnants go at 4Jo a yard regular 80 quality. 700 remnants 9-4 sheeting , very best brands such Popporoll and Amoskcags , go at 17Sc per yard ; in good length rem nants. Remnants of Lonsdnloand Fruit of the loom muslins go at 6o a yard. Remnants of Turkey red table linen at 21c per yard. Wide pillow casing muslin , the best that is made , Ojc per yard. Cheviot shirting remnants , 60 differ ent qualities , go at Ole per yard. All linen crash , in short lengths , from the mill , 3jc per yard. Remnants of fancy striped skirling flannels at lOje per yard. Mill remnants of heavy shaker flannel goes at Oc per yard. In this lot is also ono case dress patterns , 12 yards to the pattern , at 75o per pattern ; worth $1.60. To make this sale day long to bo remembered - membored by the people of Omaha , wo have decided to throw our entire stock of dress good on our counters at a low price. Double-fold cashmere do beiges at 12jo per yard ; regular prlco 25c. Our all wool , double-fold tricots go in this sale at lOc per yard. 30-inch wool llannols , In plain and fancy , at 25c per yard. 38-inch all wool , fancy checked flannel suitings ut35o per yard. 38-inch Jamestown suitings , in plaids nnd stripes , go Monday at 2io per yard. 38-in. English cashmere in black and all colors at 2o ! ! per yard. 40-in. imported honriotta at 3Cc per yard. 60-in. wool flannel suitings , 0 yards makes a dross , goes Monday at 49o per yard. 60-in. finest quality Indies' cloth , nil the now desirable colors , Monday 6'Jcpor yard.OUR OUR TOY DEPARTMENT. Wo must have room on the second lloor , so our millinery will bo sacrificed. Trimmed hats for He that you cannot match in this city'for $1. All of our fur felt hats that were 60c nnd 75c go Monday at Oc apiece. They are all now shapes. Fancy feathers lit Ic each. Fancy wings In all colors at7c each. Immense hue of line birds and tips nt regular Boston store prices. Must have room. At $1 wo offer you choice of 50 trimmed hats that wore made to seU at from $2.50 to $3. At $2.50 wo give you your" choice of 23 trimmed hats that can't do matched in this city for $ o. This includes our fine fur walking huts and made velvet toques. At $3.98 wo give .you choice of our * im ported pattoriii hats that are worth up to $10. All hats trimmed frco of charge while you wait. Don't buy a cloak until you have seen theso. Misses' and children's heavy winter cloaks , nges 4 to 12 years , for $1.10 , worth $3 a piece. Ladles' cloth nowmarkots for $2.50 , worth $7. Ladies' cloth nowmarkots for $4.98 , worth from $8 to $10. All of our $15 and $18 plush jackets go Monday at $9.08. Our $25 real seal plush sncqucs with fancy quilted satin lining , genuine seal ornaments , go Monday at $15. Just opened a sample line of cloth jackets , all the latest styles. Wo will place them on sale Monday ut $2.50 , $5.50 , $7.50 and $9.00. They include all of this season's novelties and are worth up to $25.00. Gray fox fur sets of capes and muffs , very stylish and worth $10 , go Monday at $5.60. Monkey mulls 2oc , worth $1. Ladies' small seal boas , a now thing , just out , they go at 2oc and are worth , $1. THE BOSTON STORE , 114 S. 10th St. Special and Important for the Ladles Clonks for the Million. PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. Only exclusive cloak and suit house in the .west. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT , THE LOWEST PRICES. Wo can suit the most economical as well as the most fastidious purchaser. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY. OUR MOTTO : The best goods for the lowest possible prices. PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. , 15th and Harnoy , Rnmgo building. Albright's Choice , extra inducements. Samuel Burns has just opened 30 piano lamps for $0.50 to $28.00. Call and see them. Sherman & McConnell , proscriptioni&ts and family choini8tsL1513 Dodge. Fine carriages , Seaman's repository. Planta Beatrice preparations Sher man & McConnoll's , 2d door west P. O. All Mnslomt Hair Price. 6,000 pieces only lOo u copy at Moin berg's , 10th st. bet Capital ave & Dodge. Albright's Choice , prices reasonable. A. Formerly with Max Meyer & Bro , , is now with the PEOPLES' MAMMOTH INSTALL MENT HOUSE , 013 , 016 , 017 and 019 N. 10th street. An endless voHoty of guitars , banjos , mandolins , violins , accordeons and all kinds of musiuul instruments at S. Bank's , 607 N. 16th. All the latest novelties in jewelry nt half jowolor's prices at Huydon Bros , j Mount & Grlllln's Newcastle coal ; best soft coal in the market. Guaranteed equal to Rock Springs. Albright's Choice , best track'ngo. To Contractors. Bids are requested for the erection nnd completion of a residence for the Rov. R. Doherty in accordance with plans prepared by J. II. Kent , architect , which can bo seen from November 19 to 29 at the olllco of S. E. Maxon , 008 N. Y. Life building. The play nt the Gonnaniu hull toil up is for tlio bonollt of the Gormania asso ciation building fund. Stonohill Secures the Balk. Unknown , Unheard of , Unexpected Bargains. niolmrd O'Xell & Co. , ClilcnRo'a Greatest Auction House , Auc tioned OITby the Sheriff nnd Btonolilll IInls It In , No matter what my competitors say to the contrary , I secured more of this stock than any firm outside of Chicago. Those who imagine that this is a sham advertisement , please read the Chicago papers of Sunday nnd they will flncl parts of the stock advertised by loading Chicago firms. Now to the point , I leave for Chlcngo Monday night to try and purchase the stock of LoBaron , Hol't & Co. which Is to bo sold by the shorltT. In coiibcquenco I want to got rid of the Richard O'Noll & Co. entire stock Monday nnd shall , well I hardly know how to express it , But come in for the greatest bargains of a lifetime. Boar In mind this is no ordinary sale , but a sale of sales. C. A. STONEIIILL. To begin with wo offer 500 pair of ladies' , misses' and children's all wool hose in black and colors in plain and heavy ribbed at loc. Ladies' full regular made hose ( no seems ) at lOc , worth up to 50c. 6,000 doxon handkerchiefs at Ic , 3c , 5c , Oc , 12jc , 2oc and 35 , worth up to $1.00. Gent's mufllors from R. O' N.'s stock aflOc , 2.5e , 39c , 5 c , 80c , OSc , $1.19 , $1.49 , $1.09 , worth from40o to $5.00. 6,030 gross of buttons worth 25 to 50c nt 2o a dozen. 100 gross of buttons worth from $2.00 to $1.00 dozen at lOe , think of it. 2,000 pairs of kid gloves at 25o a pair , worth up to $2.00 , in fact all the gloves from the Richard O'Noll & Co. stock. 6,000 pounds of Germantown yarn at 40c n pound or 5c n skoln. Saxony yarn at 7c a skein. Children's underwear , shirts and drawers , up to size 34 , at 25 : ; small sizes from Oc to 19c. HURRAII1I HURRAH ! ! HURRAH ! ! All our remnants of dress goods ac cumulated during the present season will bo placed on sale Monday. Ladies' underwear at 29c , 45c , 49c , 59c. 75c , 99c , $1.25 , worth from 40c to $2.25. Gents' ' all wool ribbed uudorwoar , , worth $1.50 each , at 75c. About 300 suits of children's genuine camel's hair underwear at 19c , 25c , 35o and49c , worth Uoc to $1.00. Extra qual ity.Best Best unbleached muslin 10 yards for 49c. 30,000 plush ornaments 3c each. Millinery at half cost. If the weather is unfavorable this sale will bo continued Tuesday. In fact , all that is loft over will bo sold then. Any persons reading Chicago Sunday papers will flnd all the goods advertised in them from the Richard O'Noil stock on sale by us. Rear in mind this is a compul sory salo. The entire stock must go Monday. STONEHILLS. IN IIOIjIUAY ATTIRE. TJio 00 Cent fctorc , 1319 Fnrnnm Street Has in place their elegant now holiday stock. Complete in assortment , splendid in quality and overflowing with gen erous bargains. The doll stock , a par ticularly attractive department at this season is crowded with the newest and most desirable of the Gorman and French makes. Wo have boon very fortunate in selections of our dolls for this season and can truly claim the largest variety of styles over placed before - fore the Onmna public. Our stock of toys , books , novelties , fancy goods , albums , etc. , etc. , is complete in every detail , both as to quality and price. For Monday and next week wo offer some extraorainary bargains. in our different departments and those out shopping should not fail to give us a call. Goods bought now can bo laid away until needed. It will pay you to do your trading atTHE THE 09 CENT STORE , 1319 FARNAM ST. in Ladles' Cloaks. Now store. Now goods. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. Thousands to choose from. PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. , Southeast corner 15th nnd Hurnoy sts. Something now for ladies A now line of llowor-pot shelving at low ligurcs , flower stands and trollissos , storm windows dews and . storm doors manufactured , weather strips fixed. W. Evcritt , 2102 Parnara street. Moody's windows nro filled this week with the handsomest decorated dinner sots and toilet sots to bo seen in the city. Call nnd see them at Moody's china store , 302 N. 10th street. Goods sold at cost at private salo. S. Jonason , llth Fnrnam streets. A meeting of the Fifth ward demo cratic club will bo hcla at Judge Shaw's ofllco , 10th and Cass , nt 8 o'clock Mon day evening , November 24. Everybody invited. C , S. WIIITXEY , Scc'y- Seaman's wagons best and cheapest. Today , Oukol Brcsig , at Gormania hall. Furs ! Furs ! Furs ! Bargains in seal jackets. Bargains in seal sucques. Bargains in seal capes. Bargains in seal muffs. Muffs , bens , collarettes and furs of ovorv description at the PARISIAN CLOAK & SUIT CO. , S. E. Cor. 15th and Hnrney streets. All the latest novelties in jewelry at half jowolor's prices at Hayden Bros , u It will not cost you any thing and you will certainly got a vast amount of in formation by calling and seeing the im proved Now Process gasoline stove the Quick Meal , it has no gonoriitor.no gaso line to generate , the gas lights instantly like electricity , has no machinery , tank can bo removed instantly thereby re moving all danger. W. F. Stootzol , agent for Nebraska , 1021 Howard. NovcltlcH In Jackets , nt PARISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT CO. , 15th and Hurnoy street. A IMcnsnnt Hoelnl Party. Enterprise ledge , No. 79 , Knights of Pythias of South Omaha , pave tholr first so cial of tuo season last Thursday evening. Tlio entertainment consisted of a ball and banquet , nnd was a pronounced success so cially and financially. About onn hundred and llfty couples wore present and the per- sonel oi the gathering rolloctort great credit on the order in the MiiRloClty. Amontf tlioso present wcro Mayor Sloan and wlfo , A. W. Saxo und wlfo. U. 13. Uroclt ur.d wife , U. 1' . Hedges and wife , J , II. Bullu and wife. T. C. Marsh and wife , II. A. Carpenter and wlfo , E. L. I'urrv , Albany , Mo. , O. K. Walker nnd wlfo , w , 1' . Morton and lady , H. II. Vcno and lady , D. A. L. Jioblngur and lady , Messrs. Walters , Col ton , JIaycs , KobLn- sou , Hanson and Vincent , South Omaha , nnd Messrs. Plnuoy , Drodcrluk , lllbbs and Sack- ett , Omaha. Prices Tor Monday Are Down to Ilcd Itnolc. 60 pieces fancy pluld dross goods Co a yard. 100 pieces standard dross prints 4Jo a yard. Gorman wide indigo blue prints Ou n yard. Rod twill flannel Monday lOo a yard , worth 25c. 1 bale fine unbleached muslin 3Jc a yard. 60 bales snow white baits 3 rolls for 2. > c. . 100 pieces largo llgurcd comforter calico ice -ic a yard , worth 7c. Hoys' all wool flannel shirt waists G9c , worth $1.00. 50 dozen gents' suspenders at 35opalr , none worth less than COc to 8oc. A lot of gent's wool socks , lee pair. 60 good comportors .Monday ut b8c each , just worth today $1.125 ; another lot worth $1.60 go Monday at OSc each ; another lot largo slzo comforters worth $1.76 , you can got thorn Monday at $ ,1.80 ; also $15.00 fine down comforters still go nt $5.00. Don't fall to s-oo these comforters , they are away below regular values. Great slaughter of all wool black goods worth from 75o yard to $1.113 , Mon day the prices will bo oOc , G5c , 76c yard ; also choice of 50 pieces all wool dross goods in fancy plaids , stripes , serges , Henriettas , etc. , all on one coun ter , choice SOc yard , worth from 76o to $1.26 ; midnight Gcrmantown yarn , all colors , no black , lOc skoln ; Imported Saxony , Ojc skoln ; a line tollot boup , just as good as Cnshmoro Boquet , only lOc Cake. Wo are offering great bargains in gloves , hoslcrv , undcrwcnr for ladies , gents and children. Still cutting the prices on carpets , curtains , oil cloths , shades , etc. Great cloak sale all next week. Cold weather is coining ; got your cloaks now ; you cannot buy any cheaper Inter. _ BENNIJ3ON BROS. Moody'H China Store. The cheapest and the most reliable crockery house in the city. 302 N. 10th street. Santa Clause Coming. Word has been received from Santa Clans' headquarters , ordering Hayden Bros , to clear their shelves and make room , as ho is now very busy packing and shipping and expects to bo hero in a few days with a much larger stock than last year , and that ho will make his homo at Uayden's. You should try our Newcastle coal and bo convinced ; it is equal to Rook Springs. Mount &Grlllln. On Sunday evening , November 23 , Rov. A. A. Lambertformorlyof ( Crolgh- ton college ) will deliver a lecture at the Holy Family church under the auspices of the St. Vincent Do. Paul association for the bencllt of the poor. Through coacnes Pullman palace sleepers , diningcars , free reclining chair cars to Chicago and intervening points via the great Rock Island route. Ticket ofllco 1002 , Sixteenth ana Fariiam. Seaman's carriages best nnd cheapest . licloro A piano examine the now scale KImball piano. A. IIospo , 1513 Douglas. Salesman Wanted. Thoroughly oxparienccd real estate salesmen wanted. To right party liberal - oral inducements ; must bo experienced. AMES REAL ESTATE AGENCY , 1507 Farnam street. Grand opening of stage nt Germanla hall , Nov. 23d. 23d.A. A. Formerly with Max Meyer & Bro. , is now with the PEOPLES' MAMMOTH INSTALL MENT H OUSE , 013 , 015 , 017 and 019 N 10th street. The now ofllccs of the Great Rock Island route , 1002 Sixteenth and Farnam streets , Omaha , are the finest in the city. Call nnd see them. Tickets to all points oust nt lowest rates. M EXTS. Omaha will this week have an opportunity to see the greatest curiosity of the world. Manager Lawlcr of tbo Eden Musco has , after incessant work , much delay ntid the ex penditure of n Inrfco sum of money secured for nn week this wonderful frcalc or rather freaks. It Is MnRgic , the midget mother , c.ml her tiny 'baby. MngKlo Is scarce two foot hlph welching hut thirty pounds , yet she Is a wlfo and the mother of the cutest , prettiest , tiniest , most charming bahy over put on ex hibition. The baby Is the llrst over horn to a midget mother ; the first In the kingdom ot Lilllput nnil In consequence the ircntcst curiosity of the IIRC. Maggie herself Is a mere inlto nnd the baby but nn atom of hu manity. With her pretty baby in her arms she looks like n child with its doll. The babe is but 0 months old yet it Is cunnlnt ; nnd is able to lisp a word or two. Mothers go Into ectnclcs over tins wonderful little baby nnd Its handsome midget mother. In the Bijou theatre a strong entertainment lias been secured. Doive's Hoyal Marionettes nro one of the leading features. .Tohn and Olllo Lav 1 no , the famous acrobats in tlioir original specialty and clown nuts , introduce some fancy and trick tumbling that is astonishing. The entire show this week is strictly first class. 1602. Sixteenth and Fnrnnm streets is the now Rock Island ticket olllco. Tick ets to nil points cast at lowest rates. All the latest novelties in jewelry at half jowolor's prices at Iliiydon Bros. Physicians can always find the most recent parmncouticuls nt Sherman & McConnolls , 1513 Dodge. m - I'ho only railroad tram out of Omaha run expressly for the accommodation of Omaha , Council Bluffs , Dos Molnos nnd Chicago business is the Rock Island vos- tibulod limited , leaving Omaha nt 4:15 : p. m. dally. Ticket olllco , 1002 Sixteenth and Farnam sts. , Omaha. Dancing classes for * beginners now forming at Morand'a. Lessons Tuesday , Friday and Saturday. Dr. Matthews , dentist. 350 Boo bldg. Carpets. Chas. Shlvorlck & Co. , 1200 , 1203 nnd 1210 Farnnra st. _ CurlnliiH nnd Oarpory. Dewey & Stone Furniture Co. Olir Newcastle coal comes from Ohio. Guaranteed to bo equal to Rock Springs. Mount &GriIin. ( Drs. Glaslor & Dodge , 407 Paxtonblk. . Not Much UHO Advertising. Except for the benefit of strangers , because everyone living in Omaha knows the great Chlcngo & Northwest ern runs four pissongor trains every day to Chicago , and that the 4:30 : p. m. and 9:10 : p. m. accelerated vestibule trains with now sleepers and free parlor chair cars run direct from tlio U. P. depot , Omaha , thus avoiding the annoy ing change of cars at Council Bluffs. Safe , sure , sumptuous , speedy , satisfac tory. The city ticket olllco is at 1401 Funmin St. Baggage checked from residences. Sleeping berths reserved to Chicago and all points beyond on all lines. II R. RITCMIH , G. F. WICST. General Agent. City Pass. Agt. A TAVERN OF MODERN That Great Word Progress Written ofl - Everything at the "Miliard. " The Mlllnril , Omalia'H I/cndlnu tclry , Newly Decorated nt an KxpoiiHo of Over Twenty Tliottgnml Dollars. Mother Bomblo , who lived long lonrr before our time , is reputed to have snla "a tavern is the rendezvous , the cn change , tlio staple of good follows. I have heard my grout grandfather tell how IIB ( great grandfather should pay that It was an old proverb , when hi * great grajidfathor was a child , Unit 'it was a good wind that blow a man to th wlno."r In those reminiscent times tnvcriw were the rendezvous of the bright minds' of the country round about. Tlioro over their mugs oi boor , then winu nnd their j long pIpoHtho wits of the country \\oulu \ amuse themselves and the country bumpkins with droll tales , bright bits of repartee nnd an occasional song to give the evening splco. Then the cookS would cry "hot rlbbos of hoof roasted , pics well baked and other victuals ! there was clattering of pewter pots , harpo , plpo and miwtrlo. " Alasl how sadly is the scene changed since the roaring days of FalstulT and old Stowol The madcap rotator has given place to the plodding tradesman ; tbo clatter of pots and the sound of "hnrplo and sawtrlo , " to the din of oartg nnd the accursed dinging of dustman's boll ; and no song is heard , save bapily , the strains of some bircn from the kitchen chnntlng eulogy of deceased mackerel. No more do you see the altrn boarV swinging in the winds with a beautiful red horse painted on both sides ; the Boar's Head tavern has gene the way of all flesh ; tlio Pig and Whistle is read of only in Shakcsporo ; the lied Lion is but a memory , while the White Swan died with the dawning of the century. Progress , the moderns call It , is written - ton upon everything. "Our fathers , " says Sir Thomas Ilrowulo , "find their graves in our short memories and sndly tell us how wo may bo buried in our sur vivors. " But tills Is the only introductory to a short description of tlici changes that Markol fc Swobo have boon making in the interior of the Miliard , wliich is , be yond a doubt , the loading hotel in Omaha and the west. Without the flourish of trumpets , but quietly and unostentatiously , the popu lar proprietors have changed the ofllco and the dining room , until former guests would not rccognUo the place as being the eamo. The former dingy , dark rotunda ia today light as day. The coiling has been raised quite considerably , the dome greatly enlarged , a beautiful now desk lias been put in , while tlio olllco ohaira shine with newness , beckoning the guests to indulge themselves in thoi luxuriant depths. Then the decorationsl Hero may scon the best decorative work of any place in the city , done by a former resi dent of Chicago , who has como to Omaha to try his fortune , A. L. Dev witt. The olllco is in a gray V tone just verging to brown. Tlio color is especially well selected and shows the artist at his best. The dome is ornamented by a borios of "horns oi p'lonty" from which beautifully drawn roses and grasses fall out , the corni- copius being connected byconvontionally drawn lines The wainscoting is in oak , to match the desk , and is especially rich and handsome , the work of Prod W. Gray. But it is in the dining room the great est change has been made. Over the windows beautiful art glass has been put in. Now electric lights have been placed on tbo chandeliers , wliilo two of the js handsomest side boards ever sconSir \ Omaha ornnmcnt the spaces to flK * right and loft of the entrance to the or dinary. The decorations are the same ns in the rotunda , a gray with a suggestion of brown running through it. A beautiful frieze has been executed while the conivv- tral panel in the ceiling ) an excellentx- bit of art by tlio way. bus a distinct claim of its own. . The Hold is blue , with bright hucd birds flitting hither and yon giving an airy grace to the handsome room. The wainscoting is in oak and throughout the greatest taste has boon displayed. Tbo changes that have been wrought , including the dining room , the barber shop and the rotunda cost $20,000 , but an inspection will show how wisely that amount of money bus been ox pcndod. Why not go and see these changes for yoursolf'i' ' On Thanksgiving day the Boyd oporn house prchestra will play during the dinner service , and with the excellent music to lend additional piquancy to the meal , no pleasanter place in the city can bo found to spend Thanksgiving unless it is at your own ingle side surounded by the members of a happy family. Tickets at lowest rates nndsti porior accommodations via the grout Rock Island route Ticket ofllco , 1002 Six teenth and Parnam streets Ouiaho , filup Jack Is a now preparation , ready to raise , re quires no yeast , no baking powder , no eggs , no salt , nothing but a little cold water to make a butter. It makes Tlio finest cakes in the world. Any grocer will sell you a two pound package of slap jack for ten cents. Clemens Os- kamp , solo manufacturer , Omaha , Neb , A. Max HoUliclnior Co. Fine watch repairing , 1413 Douglas st "A Touch ol1 High lAfc. " Anticipating the rise in prices of cigars , "Robertson Bros. " 210 South Fifteenth street , have purchased over 600,000 of the choicest imported Key West and seed huvana cigars over offered to the lovers of the bcductivo weed. THE CHARITY BALL Is now onon , money for nil , no advanca price. Box trade especially catered for . llanlman , Decker Hros. , Fischer and Hvciett Pianos , S BARGAINS Llnderman < & Sons , Mnthusheck , W. P. Emer son , Henry F. Miller and Hallofc & Davis. Mueller & Schmollcr. 107S. 16th. WM. HERZOG FLORIST.- 11B8 North 10th Street. Stills Krcih Cut Klowurn at lowobt nrlcci , i and Uucorutlunb a j > cclulty.