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16 THE OJMAHA DAILY BEE ; -SUNDAY - , , NOYEMBER 30 , 1890-TWENTY PAGES.
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the grandest display of Furniture , Carpets , Stoves , and House Furnishing Goods ever shown in this city. We are general outfitters and will sell you anything to furnish
your home complete on easy payments at lowest cash prices. We honestly think twe can save you from 4O to 60 per cent. Suppose you call and see for yourself , If you
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sold on easy payments and delivered free of charge in South Omaha , Council Bluffs , Florence and Fort Omaha.
Car tickets to those residing at a distance.
Curtain poles with all lace curtains. Three
joints extra pipe with each stove. Springs and
mattress with all chamber suits for $35 and
over. A nice rug with every purchase of $1O
and over. One fine steel engraving with every
purchase of $25 and over. Two fine steel en
gravings with purchase of $ SO and over. Anice
clock -with every purchase of $10O and over.
$13 cook stoves go this week at $ 6.90
$20 cook-stoves go this week at 12.50
$37.50 ranges go this week at 22.00
$10 laundry stoves go this week at 5.00
$8.50 heating stoves go thisweck at 3.90
$15 hard coal heaters go this week at , 8.50
$20 Oak heating stoves go this week at ; 12,00
20c pipe goes this week at .10
25c elbows go this week at . .08
50c coal hods go this week at .25
$ ' 10 parlor suits go this week at 21.00
$13 bed lounges go this week at 7.50
Holiday Presents ,
Begin paying in your holiday presents.
"We have the finest and "best assorted stock in
the city to select from. All goods reserved on
receipt of a small first payment. In anticipa
tion of a heavy holiday trade , we have engaged
extra teams for deliverp of goods December 24.
60c chairs go this week at $ .23
$3-50 bedsteads go this week at - 1.18
$3 springs go this week at 1.08
$3.50 breakfast tables go this week at 1,75 ,
$7.50 extension tables go this week at * 3.05
$5 center tables go this week at . , 2HO
$4 hanging lamps go this week at 1.75
$15 piano lamps go this week at 8.50
$3 rockers go this week at , 1.30
$17 chamber suits go this week at % . ' - . . . . . . . 8.50
$25 chamber suits go this week at , , , ; 15.00
$3.50 toilet sets go this week at ; 1.80
$6 kitchen -safes go this week at 3/10
40c ingrain carpet goes this week at 13
90c brussels carpet goes this week at . . , ; . . - . . .42
40c hemp carpet goes this week at - . .18
50c matting goes this week at . , . . . . . . , . ,23
$16 bureaus go this week at ' . - ; , . . . 9.75
$40 secretaries go this week at . ; . . . 23,75
$10 ladies' writing desks go this week at ; . 5.00
$16 folding beds go this week at > . . 7.50
$20 wardrobes go this week at 10.00
$10 tea sets go this week at. . . . . . ; 4.50
$1.75 wash boilers go this weefcat 80
$13 plush rockers go this week at , . ; . 7.00
worth of goods $1 per -week or $4
per month. $30 worth of goods $1.6O. per week
or $6 per month. $60 worth of goods $2 per
week or $ S per month. $9O worth of goods
$2.80 per week or $10 per month. $12O worth
of goods $3 per week or $12 per month. $20O
worth of goods $8 per week or $20 per month.
$4OO.OO worth of goods $ S.OO per week or
$3O.OO per month. .
75c tea kettles go this week at $ .38
$20 sideboards go this week at 12.00
$10 portieres go this week at 4,75 ,
$2.50 lace ctiatains go this week at. 75
$2 comforts go this week at .85
$1 pillows go this week at . " 38
$3,50 blankets go this week at . 1,75 ,
$1 window shades go this week at [ 23
$5 Roger's Knives and forks go this week at. . 2.50
$2.50 easels go this week at , ' .90
$10 book cases go this week at 475
$8.50 single lounges go this week at 475
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THE LOUNGER IN THE
Dramatic Ait the Mrs. Harris of the Con
ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK.
IVhnt Is Doing In the Hanks of Pro
fessionals tlio AVorl.l Ovcr-Hlnh-
Ilooltcd over the audience at tlio Boyd
ThanlisRlvlng ovcnlnR nml wondered it all
these people who Jammed the house from
orchestra mil to the last row in the ( jallery ,
the "Brass MonUoy for
wcro In attendance on
the purpose of enjoying Dramatic Art.
The scU-satlslled races of tlio spectators
told ft different tale. They worothereto inalto
for the sumo reasou
use of tlio performance
that the epicure takes his thlmual of crcmo
do inenthe , an aid to digestion.
They hna como , not to study , but to laugh.
It was ft holiday night and orco they were
out to enjoy themselves. And if the waves
of merriment which follow each oihor arc
any token , the dinners were well digested by
the time 11 o'clock sent the curtain down
after the Anal picture.
Audi wondered If there was such a thing
as Dramatic Art and a gloomy suspicion came
that it was the Mrs. Harris of the stage.
Whenever Betsy Prig desired to specially
Impress Satroy Gamp with the Importance of
her remarks , she invariably brought up her
"Missus 'Arris,11 until at last "ngurawatcd"
Iwyowl onUunuico , Snlroy burst out with the
memovnuloand crushing rcmai-k , "Betsy , I
bellovo there Is no sich person. "
You cot columns'of sormono , critical ana
otherwise-generally othcrwlso-ahout dra
matic art in the papers , In the pretentious
magazines , and books of essays arc published
In which dramatic art wallows and flounders
mm sploshes like a dwarf In a hath tub.
Your twinkling "star" from Dulutn and
vour old reliable stock actor who has "seen it
nil" invariably always have a dose of It wltli
them , to prove that tha stugo is going to the
"deuinltlon bow-wows" or is as near perfec
tion as It will over bo.
The bustling business manager and tlio val
uable press agent get In tlielr line work with a
regulation garnish of Dramatic Art and will
assure you that where Dramatic Art makes
her homo there ho may bo found.
Kvorybody in and out of the profession ,
from the colored gentleman who scrubs the
tuarblo steps that load up to IJpyd's to the or
dinary playgoer who looks with equal delight
upon Mr. llootli's Hamlet and the freaks of a
dime museum , talks as knowingly of this ttio-
ntrical Mrs. Harris as ho docs of base ball or
the last mill between tlio two lightweights
"Patsy the I'luggcr"mm "Jimmy the Killer. "
You Hud Dramatic Art talked about every
where , written up and written down , glori
fied and damned , worshipped and reviled ,
tenderly nursed and rudely kicked Into the
limbo of "palmy cay" rubbish but always
bobbing up serenely in argument llko the
eongin "OHvoftc , "ln criticism , in the litera
ture of the three-sheet poster and oa the
It's a Mrs. Harris all the same.
If vou were to ask Mr. Bronson Howard If
there "is no sich thing us Dramatic Art , " Ho
would very Justly point you to " 0Id Love
Letters , ' ' * 'Shcnandonh , "Newport. "
If vou wore to usk Charles Jefferson If no
had heard of your belief that "thero Is no
sich thing as Dnunat o Art , " you would very
likely got "no slch thing as Dramatic- Art
What's the matter with my tank , my real
boats and the Hvo donkey ! " . . . .
Stop nearer homo , stop wandering beyond
If you think of itaslc Gcorgo Marlon who
Is now playing Jonah In "A Brass MouUey. "
AsU him if there is such a thing and very
likely no would reply "Chestnuts , sir , " In
memory of old minstrel days.
Or. maybe , ho might point you to the piny
and la recollection of its mor-.ey.malUng ton.
denotes tell you "that sir , Is Dramatic Art. "
Charles Gnyler , too , If asltcd , would bo
found no doubt , pointing to the water in
"Lights and Shadows" and tell you that
there is Dramatic Art by the gallouyea hogs
head.What ! with real water In real tanks , real
oxen hauling real loads of hay , sterconticon
plays , real safe burglars with real Jimmies ,
genuine bloodhounds , I'eal children , real rod
hot pokers and all the other phases and con
ditions of realism , Including bad acting and
sticks of stars on , the stge , decked in diamonds
mends and silks and surrounded by real fur-
nlturo , real fountains , and all the modern
embellishments , who shall say that Mrs.
Harris is a myth ?
Charlie Pooro , who was with "Tho Main
Lino" last season , relates an amusing Inci
dent. The manager of his company was
standing at the door of the theater ouo even
ing when a tall , pawky-looking man stepped
up to him.
"How much is it to go Inter the show ! " no
"Oao dollar , down stairs. " .
"Wai , give mo a ticket. "
Ho was directed to the box office , and ho
laid down his dollar with a flno disregard for
expense. When the curtain fell ontliollrst
act ho sauntered into tbo lobby and , seeing
the manager , again approached him.
' That's a darn good ahowl I lilto it fust
rate. Como nnd have something. "
The manager went. When they returned
to the theater Mr. Uustlcus noticed that people -
plo were going Into the dress-circle , the stair
way to which led up from the lobby.
"Say , " ho asked , "hauo you not another
show up there' ' "
"Will , how much Is it)11 )
"Sovcnty-llvo cents. "
"Giinmo a ticket. "
Entering into the spirit of the thing the
manager tooic liis money nnd up to the dress-
circle went friend H , Ho came down at the
end of the second act.
' . 'Say , " ho remarked , "that show up there
is h good deal llko the one you'vo cot down
stairs , ain't It ! " And ho wnlked oil without
discovering that ho had been mnda the victim
of his own stupidity. TUB Louxaun.
"Lights nnd Shadows. " This favorite
with the amusement public will bo presented
at the Grand this Sunday evening with moro
than the usual care , New and special scenery
is provided which , together with , a largo and
very strong company will make the produc
tion an important one. The company unOer
the management of Mr. Frank C. Gaylor has
been touring the south and has mot with a
right royal welcon.o. The scenery , especi
ally the great den scene where , entirely un
expectedly , the audience is astonished at a
sudden llow of water precipitated npoa the
stage , creates a great deal of comment ,
"Fatherland" Is the title of the now pro
duction which will bo Introduced to our
theater-poors by that clover German com
edian nud sweet singer , Charles A , Gardner ,
at the Boyd this evening. There is no doubt
in the least that this gentleman has tnado the
hit of his life in his Impersonation of Herman
Leopold , the Tyrolean guide. The moral
taught In "Fatherland" Is a good one , and the
characters introduced In the play are copies
of people mot during a visit mndo by Charles
A. Gardner's brother a few years ago to the
Tyrol. Charles A. tiardnor has made a study
of the sturdy peasant , and can now claim the
honor of presenting n typo of character never
he/oro rightly pictured on the American
stage. Of course , there is plenty of singing
throughout the play why not ? The Tyrolean
Is Intensely musical by nature , and when
"Tho Lllao" and "Shut Your Eyes Tightly"
is sung by Gardner , it only goes to prove that
his reputation as holug a a wcot singer Is true
iu every particular ,
"A Straight Tip" This somewhat unique ,
ly named farce comedy by John J. MoN ally ,
Esq. , comes to Boyd's opera house Hlonday ,
December 1. It is said to bo as full of fun M
a healthy lemon Is of sourness ! It satirizes
with a delicate touch the uoblo science of rac
ing , and it serves to lutroduco for tha first
tltno Mr. James T. Powers into the starry
For this lottcr every lover of farce com
edy , nud every ono who has over Been Mr.
Powers will bo devoutly thankful , " \Vton ho
left farce comedy for pantomlno in London ,
England , and comic opera at the CasinoNew
York , Mr. Powers made a void which has
: iovcr since been Hlled to the publUvsatlsfac-
Lion Ho now returns to his favorite Held of
work with now capabilities and u widely in
His management , Charles J. Rich , of the
Hollis Street theater , Boston , nnd William
Harris , have surrounded him with a com
pany unequalled in the history of fnrco com-
ody. The principal male support is Pctor F.
Daly , the late Lo Blanc of Ulce's "Jtlvnnge-
llnc , " nnd before that Kate Cabtlcton's lead
ing comedian ; John Sparks , for six years
Ed Harrigun's principal comedian in his
famous repertoire ; F. T. Ward of N. C. Good
win's company and the original Clipper qunr-
tetto. The ladies possess youth , beauty.abil-
Ity and ambition to an unusual degree. They
Include Emma Hanloy , the soubrette of
Arouson's Now York Cnsino comic opera
company ; Delia Stncoy , from the same or
ganization ; Emily Stowo , Klolso Mortimer.
JLilln Linden nnd Macgio Garrott. Powers
nnd "A Straight Tip" will bo household
words before this season closes. The com
pany como hero direct from a two weeks' en
gagement at the Columbia theater , Chicago ,
where they achieved the greatest success
over known in farce comedy In that city , the
receipts for the first week aggroeatintf near
ly $10,000. l ' " "
"Around the World , " the dramatization of
Jules Vcrno's celebrated story , will bo pre
sented on Thursday , December 1 , nt Boyd's '
opera houso. The play , under the direction
of Kiralfy Brothers , who , since their advent
in this country , have made a success'of all
they have undertaken , will ho presented with
nU the gorgeousncss of the spectacular drama.
The text of the play has been carefully re
vised and the ideas of the author have been
more closely adhered to than heretofore. The
largo number of novel and thrilling' stogo
effects which have been introduced go to
make the play ouo of thollnostof its class
Mr. I'hlncas Fogg , the hero of-tho Journey ,
and tils indefatigable and inlrth-provoUlng
servant , Passepartout , start from Charing
Cross railway station in London , nnd go to
Southampton. They go over the English
channel to Franco , and across the Mediter
ranean sea to Suez. The trip to Bombay ,
India , Is made. There the travelers learn
that the railroad Is not completed. 'The trip
across India Is full of interest.
They arrive nt Calcutta too late to catch
the steamer for Japan , but special arrange
ments nro made witn the owner of a fast
clipper ship nnd the steamer is overtaken In
mid-ocean. They reach Yokohama , and then
embark for San Francisco. From the Golden
den Uato the ride across the American conti
nent on the Union Pacllic railroad in a blind
ing snow storm is full of interest and excite
ment. The train Is blockaded by n heavy
snowdrift , and Indians attack the train and
carry off u number of fcmalo passengers into
captivity. Telegrams nro sent to the com
mandant nt Fort Kearney for troops to save
the women from a fate worse than death.
The arrival In Nuw York to learn that tbo
steamer they were to take to Liverpool has
sailed ( Ills the cup of bitterness to overflow
ing , and our travelers are obliged to take a
French steamer to Havro. The steamer Is
slow and the captain won't push her , nnd
she is purchased by Mr. Fogir. In their des
perate effort to reach Liverpool , the sfcamor
Is wrecked on the Irish coast. All nro saved
and Fogg reaches London Just In time to win
Kohulort "Wan Unhappy.
Ono would scarcely Imagine when listening
to the beautiful compositions of Franz Schu
bert that their author was unhappy. The
great symphony in C major , and'tho "unfin
ished" symphony iu B minor , would not scorn
to ho the utterances of a 'despairing soul ; yet
as early us 1821 the composer wrote to a
friend , as follows :
"I fool myself tlio most wretched nnd un
happy being In the world : Imagine a man
whoso health will never como right again ,
and who In his despair grows restless and
mattes things worse u man whoso brilliant
hopes have all como to nnught , to wnom the
happlpcss of love and friendship offers
nothing but sorrow nnd bitterness , ono whom
the feeling , the Inspiring fooling at least , of
the beautitul threatens to abandon" forever
and ask yourself whether such u on a must
not bo miserable , Every night , when I go to
sleep , I hope that I may never wako again ;
and every morning renews ttto 'grief of ycs-
The "Unfinished Sympony , " ono of the
most remarkable productions of Fnlnz Schu
bert's genius , has something of a history. It
remained , llko the other symphonies of Schu
bert , entirely unknown for many years after
thofomposers's do.itb , but unlike thorn was
not in the possession of Schubert's brother ,
That symphony was discovered about the
year 1800 at a house in the suburbs of Vlonnn ,
or ut least not far from the city. How'it
came there no ouo seems to know ; hut
Schubert was not particularly careful about
his manuscripts , nnd may Have left it there
upon seine excursion ami forgotten nil about
it. Fortunately it escaped the fate of one of
his opera scoresportions of which were used
to light the lire and falling Into the hands of
a musician was given to the world.
During a trip to Europe which Mr , Theo
dore Thomas made in 1S07 ono of his friends
( Helmesborgor , If memory servos ) Invited
him to visit the conservatory nnd hoar the
pupil's orchestra , which at that time was ono
of considerable excellence , adding that they
would play for him a new symphony by Schu
bert. The symphony proved to lie the newly
discovered ono , anil Mr. Thomas Immediately
made arrangements to secure a score. It was
shortly after issued from n Viennese musio
house , nnd Mr. Thomas brought It before the
Now York public upon his return , ho playing
it for the first time in this country.
It is n fact not generally known that the
\vorhl is indebted to Knpcllmlcstcr Johann
Herbcck for the discovery and rescue of this
priceless treasure from that destruction which
has overtaken so many stray works of art in
the past some of them of great value , as for
example the missing settings of the "Pas
sion , " bv Bach , and other compositions by
various writers which have vanished In the
course of centuries , though their names have
Herbeck Is also entitled to a great amount
of credit for bis labors in making known
Schubert's works for male chorus.
Expensive I'laygoln ? .
Recently a Bavarian paper gnvo an Impres
sive account of tho. experiences of tin Eng
lish family nt Oberammorgau. The worthy
paterfamilias appears to have telegraphed
from Paris for lodgings and tickets for the
play. Ho receive In rouly a promise of both ,
Ho cnmo and stopped two days nnd was then
presented with n bill amounting to 437 marks. ,
or nearly 22 , and made up of Items like
these : Sitting room , three days , CO marks ;
two bed rooms with six beds , 10 ! ! marks ; bed
for courier , 1fi marks ; bed for maid , 21
mums ; hoard for six persons two days , 73
mnrits ; twelve dinners ut4 marks , -ISmurks ;
lire nnd light , 1- marks ; board for courier
and maid , Hi marks ; and so on. On the top
of this the maid fell ill through'ilcoplng in a
damp bed , nud her complaint was pronounced
to ho typhus and this resulted In n further
claim for 500 markn I prcsumo in compensa
tion for the in fefctlon , Finally , having thus
paid nearly 1,000 marks for tnolr two clays'
fun. the family nuver got any tickets and left
without seeing the play.
Stuart Hohson was ono of the Thanksgiv
ing week attractions in Hoston ,
Sir. Charles Stphcns has written n waltz
which will probably bo published iu the near
"Ship Ahoy"inmew musical play by II.
Grattnn Donnelly/and Fred Miller , Is now
being rehearsed hvl'hlludclphla.
Florluo ArnohUa : playing the loading part
( Vivian Trohcrna ) in "Haglnn's Wuy , " the
role Minnie. Sellsman created at the Union
Squnro theater'New , Yorit.
Tim Murphy , the leading man of "A
Texas Steer , " it Is slid , Is an artist and asso
ciates with painters nnd cartoon-makers
when not at his stngo work ,
The Elks of I'ltvsburg , November 20 , at
tended in u body \Vnrdo-Bowers produc
tion of Henry VIII. anil after the perform
ance gave Frederick Wardo an elaborate ban
quet at the Petroleum exchange.
Gcorgo Marlon , who plays the part of
Jonah in "A Brass Monkey , " is ono of the
most versatile comedians seen on the stugo
for n long timo. Ho graduated from ulaek
face and seems to have a big future before
Arthur fl. Chase has retired from the man-
ngement of Murirarct Mather , who comes to
Now York , at the Fifth Avenue theater , De
cember 8 , In n notable production of "Jeanne
d'Arc. " T. Henry French has taken charge
of Miss Mather's business.
Mr. Hill Is giving "Heckloss Temple" an
other trial ut the Standard theater. So Gus
Thomas' pluy was brought back there Mon
day night , with Maurice Bnrrymoro nnd the
original cast , to take the place of "Tho
Cleincnccau Case , " \ \ hlch , in the way It was
presented , ought never to have been put on
Mrs. Padclford , who was granted an ahso-
solute divorce from her husband In Now
York the other day , is at present traveling
with Cqnried's opera company and appearing
in "Tlio King's Fool" and "Tho Gypsy
Baron. " Bcforo she wont on the stage Airs.
Padolford was , like many other latter day us-
pirnnts for histrionic honors , a society voting
woman. Her stage name is Bettliui Girnrd.
Among the forthcoming dramatic produc
tions of interest is that of Tennyson's
"A'Bcckot , " which Lawrence Barrett U preparing -
paring to put on the stiigo of the Broadway ,
Mow Yorlc , In January. The poet has au
thorized this use of the work nnd Barrett's
previous treatment tit iioetio literature war
rants the utmost confidence that ho will ac
complish something- very flno in this in
Sol Smith Ilussel is ono of the most gentle
manly men in the theatrical profession. Off
the stafo ; ho might bo mistaken for a clergy
man , never for an actor. From Ids quiet and
reserved demeanor In private his funny nu-
tics and witty sayings on the stage make a
pesson rwondor If helms not forgotten him
self. Ho begins an engagement at the Grand
opera house , St. Louis , December 1 , when ho
will bo soon In n "Poor Relation , " which Ins
boon materially improved since it was lust
A happy outcorao of Miss Marlowe's illness
Is her release from ono of the most nma/lng
contracts ever invented for the profit of ono
person by the labors of another. She now
becomes her own mistress , She can take a
cheerful view of the future , for her friends ,
In and out of the theatrical profession , have
arranged not only for her care throughout
her period of convalescence , but for n long
term of rest during which she may , if she
please , tr/ivcl in Europe , or dwell -wherever
she may choose. To the new Julia Marlowo
wo may look for the fulfillment of the prom
ise flrst perceived iu the former ouo.
uoxer von THE i.turns.
Mnrmaladn for breakfast Is a fad of Eng
. The Nelly Bly cap Is out. So arc the New
York World and Nelly Bly ,
Goethe Happy Is the man who possesses a
virtuous wife ; his lifois doubled.
Do 1'radosI would not enter heaven If I
thought the woman I adored on earth was
A girl hni wrecked n train in Ohio. Thus
is her sex revenged for the Innumerable
trains wrecked in ilrawingrooms by young
men stepping on them.
A gem of n hoanot is made now bv using a
stuffed snnnc ns the framework. If tnis be
comes popular the daughters of Kvo will soon
pay oK tbnt old grifdgo against the serpent.
Soon the hour will bo ut hand when it will
bo far moro comfortable and healthy to say
good night to her in tlio parlor or hall
way , and not to draw it out as fur us tlio
Lnco curtains are seldom used now alonons
a window treatment , but are combined with
some soft-toned light silk , festooned at tlio
top Imd down the shlu a little to break the
harshness of the plain whlto color.
Fran Wclti Kscher of Zurich deserves a
testimonial from the artists and tcsthctcs of
the world. She 1ms just donated ? . ' .V,000 to
the Swiss confederation for the establish
ment uf u frco Institution of plastic art.
Women clerks are Invading oven the heart
of tbo city of London. In a lurgo financial
house in Oraoccburcli street n stall of female
clerks has been ougaircd , nnd the managers
are delighted with the success of the experi
Old Italian furniture of the sixteenth nnd
seventeenth centuries Is now being- shown by
the extremists of the furnishing trade. The
French schools are becoming pnsso , and
Sheraton and Chlppeudalo are the fashion
able periods Iu vogue ,
Tlio demaud among the wealthier classes
for genuine tapestries for wall hangings has
encouraged the manufacture In thU country
of hund-paluted wall hangings , and the \\w\t \
Is so cleverly done that the colors look exactly
as if woven into the goons ,
MUs Loulso Lawson of Albany Is a sculp
tor wuoso.work attests her talent. Shu has
moro orders on hand than she ran execute In
live years , tbo most Important heinu a , com
mission from the Albany board of public
works for a stone fountain.
For lovers of condiments and highly spiced
dishes it Is H simple thinir to work up n
French dressing into un entirely different
article by adding a pinch of celery sauce , a
dash of curry or hors erndUu , a few drops of
caper or Worcestershire sauce and aspooutul
of French mustard.
Ono of the tnroo daughters of John D.
Ilockofollcr , while a student at Vnssnrlmd u
Imnclsomo allowance In the way ol money
from homo. Instead of spending this on rich
gowns and apartments she paid for two years
the tuition and cxuenses of a girl from tlio
country who was notable to pay ahem her
Miss Laura Burns of Alnrtinsvillc , Iiid. , is
probably the only woman in the United
States whoso natural hair had attained u
length of seven feet. It is very heavy , and
Is of alight brown color. The lady Is well
known In this city , and the truth of the state
ment is attested to by many of her friends.
The lady Is live foot anil eight inches high ,
am1 when standing-erect her hair reaches the
floor and forms u trail almost two feet hi
Dr. JJirnoy cures catarrh , Bco bldg
A perfect auricular organ is ear-rcgu Inr.
There is nothing so easy to find as fiutlt
there Is so much of It.
Football is nn infant industry it consists
of Iticlting and yelling.
"Did you over see a sea serpent ) " "Yes ;
when I was half seas over. "
A final blowout Whoa n greenhorn ex
tinguishes the gas with his breath.
Paper Dealer How is business ? Ink Man
ufacturer The outlook Is a black ono for inc.
No wonder policemen nro good lighters ;
they are able to stand up after a good many
The world may despise a kicker , but It is
Interesting to note that it keeps Us shins out
of his way.
TliciuiL'ry man who taltos his word.- lack
is very upt to use them over again when occa
"Ills works embrace a general review of
the whole field of literary criticism , history
and poetry , "
When a person gets into hot water you maybe
bo sure that ho has furnished bis share of the
fuel to heat the samo.
"Ills writings without exception are useful
do good , increase culture , urousu thought ,
ambition and energy. "
The follow who tried to shoot a tenor sing
er in a Denver church is trying to prove that
It was only u chants shot.
A great deal of attention is Just now being
attracted to Succi. the faster. But , after all.
what is there really In him I
"If I nm nc a little moro careful , " said t.ho
hen as she discovered a , china egg in her nest ,
"I shall bo laying brick * next-
"Wtat a peculiar smllo Kambo lias 1 Kvcr
notlcoltl" "Yes. Ho takes it about half
lemon and seltzer and no sugar , "
Coinstock I'm ' afraid wo can't suppress
this book , though It contains a number of oh-
Jectlonablo words and phrases. Biltou Wliy
not ) What book is it ) Coinstock "Tho
Century Dictionary. "
Mamma I wonder what wo ( .hall call the
baby ) Jolmy-I don't think we'd better cull
him any of the names pupa culled him lust
night when ho was crying. Ho mightn't Illic
it when ho growed up.
MUtresi Did you ask for inllk brood )
Domestic Yes , mum. Mistress What a
miserable little loaf they gave you I Domes
tic Yes , mum ; it's my opinion , mum , that
that baker is usln' condense milk ,
Editor 1'vo brought this vest hack. It's
too small. Tailor Well , I can llx that easily
enough by letting In a V , "Whoro would you
prefer to have It put in I Editor What )
the Vi Tailor Yes. Kdltor For pity's
sake , put it iu the pocket. That's whcro I
deed it most.
Architect ( displaying his plans ) Hero Is
the front elevation with the outsldo window
ana circular gallery ; this Is the east clova-
lion , showing oriel tower. Toddy ( enor
mously Interested In the now house ) And
whcrj nro the two mortgagee pa said ho was
going to put out
Albrljjht'a Cholco , cimy terms.
1409 Douglas ,
NEW YORK CHICAGO ,
STPAUL C WBMC : CINCINNATI
MINNEAPOLIS'/ / ? INDIANAPOLIS
SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGEL03
- ; ! _ : _ PORTLAND. OREGON.hJ3 :
The fabrics we arc s
Made io Mew TUB
Need no urging.
Good dressers order two and
three pair each ar $5 , $6 and $7.
They're mostly sample
lengths [ only one and two of a
kind ] and no further use to U9 ,
or we would have a third more
price for them.
Several hundred pairs a day , ,
you'll see them on the street ,
you can tell by the natty shapa
they're ' Nicolls.
Suits , Ovei coats.
Toorderfor $20 , $25and $30 ,
which you'll snap up without
I2.V1HT1Y OABia SA.VED.
I , ivln ? witnesses. Infonimt Ion free. Wrlta
La Montu&ue , J.oolc IIox ( XXI. 1'ortlund , Oio ,
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