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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , JULY 10 , 1892--SIXTEKN PAGES.
IIAYDEN BROS ,
Letting Down tbo Prices On the Bankrupt
Stock of the Fremont Department Store.
CLOSING OUT THE BANKRUPT STOCK
Ne erVai Tlirrn Snrh n Clmncn for llnr-
Kalim a * There In .lint Now at llayilcn'it
limit Sain nf the I'reinont
2" pieces surah nnd China silks , nil
shades. Fremont price OUc , Haydons' '
price IOo yard.
23 pieces fancy China silk sold in Fre
mont al $1.00 , Hiivdcns' price 25c.
20 pieces Chcnoy Bros , best silk 47c ,
never sold for less than $1.00.
33 pieces line colored and black gros
grain silk. Fremont price $1.25 yard ,
Haydonrt' price fiOc yard.
A full line of staple nnd fancy silks
positively at one-half the usual prico.
40 inch Prioslly's black honrlottn ,
Fremont price $1.75 , Haydon's price i)0o. )
40 Inch blade nun's veiling , Fremont
price $1.25 , Ilnyden's price 76c yard.
30 inch all wool black albortross , was
OOo , on Monday only 25c yard.
415 inch line black sorgo. Fremont
price $1.10 , Haydon's price , 05c yard.
40 inch all wool black bergo , was 75c ,
reduced to 4l ) yard.
30 inch black honriotta , was 35c , now
lc. ! )
10 inch chevron suiting , 33c , now 15c
38 inch Bedford cords ( imported ) , Fre
mont price was 05c , llaydon's price 40c.
38 inch gtoria silk , Fremont price
$1.35 , Ilnyden's price 83e.
40 inch all wool crepon , was $1.00now
40 inch all wool serge , Fremont price
85c , Haydon's price 4c. ( !
Jamestown suitings , was 35c , now 15c.
Mousclino do India , was 35c. now 15c.
High art novelties in French salines ,
sold at 40c and 45c , reduced to 25c yard.
Satin Htriped Hatincs lhat sold at 35c
now at Haydon's 25o yard.
French satlnes selling us low ns 15c
Fancy imported crinkle seersucker
Fremont price 47c , IlayMoiiB' nrico , lc. ! )
Fancy printed lace stripe organdies
Fremont price , 35c , lluydons' closing
price now lOcyard.
Fancy printed wash silk out down to
32-inch printed Bedford cords , lOc
J printed scrgo , Fremont price lOc ,
Choice of all pineapple tissue and
pongees IOo yard.
30 inch American pongee was 15c ,
10-inch side band arinadalo zephyr ,
Fremont price 40c , Hayuen's priqp 15c
lOc challlcs now 5c.
lOc crinkled boorsuckor 6c.
lOc Hociford cords 5c yard.
lc ( ) gingham 5c yard.
32-inch wide zop'byrino reduced to 5c.
Plain black or white India linen , laeo
stripes and chock , lawn plaids and
stripes , white or black , fancy weaves ,
new .styles , staple check nainsooks as
well tiHbtripes in great variotv at 5c , Oc ,
7ic , 8f , lOc , 12ic , 15c , Ifcc , 20c , 25c and
35c yard , loss than their value , in order
500 dozen gout's linen collars , now
shapes , only fie each.
All the gout's linen cull's from Uio
Fremont slock reduced lo 12jc poi pair.
1 cat-o of gent's B'-itish half hose
worth 25c , ieduced to 12Jo per pair.
All the gent's night gowns from the
Fiemont stock worth $1.00 , reduced to
1 case of children's fast black hose ,
only 12Jc , worth 25c.
Special halo on corsets on Monday.
The Fromoni $1.041 corset reduced to
Special sale on Indies' nnd gent's fine
American and Swiss watches , watch
chains , neck chains , lace pins , waist ,
collar and cull' billions , shirt sluds , eardrops
drops , linger rings , hair ornaments , olc. ,
all at half jeweler's prices.
Notions from the bankrupt block going
lively ; J. & P. Contob' , Brook's , Korr's
nnd Merrick's best 0 cord 200 yard spool
cotton , 2c a spool.
C'orticclli's , Bolding Bros , and other
makes , bubt 100-yatd spool bilk , 4c spool.
10 yards button hole twist Ic a spool.
No's 1 , 2 , 3 and 4 , good seamless stock ;
inot arm shields , 5c pair.
McCall's newest style natlcrns , worlh
lor , 20c , 25f , 3Uc , 35c and 40c each , your
choice , only lOc oach.
Harbour linen thread Ic a spool ;
Warren hoto supporters , all si/os , la
dles' misses' children's anil baby's size ,
only 5c a pair.
Ladies' bilk handkerchiefs , Fremont
price was 7/Jc / , llaydons' price 25c each.
No. . " , 3 and ! hooks and eyes 60 gross.
Hair nms 10 pauors for Ic.
MO -i6-iiich oriental llounclng , was
C3c ; now 25c.
' 15-Inch Valoncioncs flouncing , was
ei.25 , now Hie.
12-inch black embroidered flouncing ,
was ( We , now 25c.
42-inch white embroidered Swiss
flouncing , Fremont piico 75c , Ilnydens *
200 dices natlerns , white embroidered
Bwisti , Hamburg and Marseilles llounc
lng , at $1.00 and SI.50 , actually worth
Irom $2.00 to $4.SO a yard.
Children'a embroidered Swiss llounc
lng nt'HieDie and OHo , worth double.
15 Inch drnpory not 25o , 43c , 03o , 76o
and 8.7c , lobs than half price.
2 to 6 Inch colored
laces , only 2c a
yard to close , Fremont price was lOc to
LOo a yard.
China silk drapes at less than half
Kmbroidored foil dressing scarfs , 49c ,
Fi onion t price was $1.60.
Plain and variegated plush balls lOc a
Best embroidery silk , 5c a dozen.
Bargains in stamped linens.
1,000 paper covered novels , lOc , worth
2,000 cloth bound hooka , worth from
COo to 75o , on Monday only lOe.
Webster's unabrlgod dictionary , cloth
bound , only 7fie.
$1.25 , $1.60 and $1.75 silk embroidered
ihinnel from the Fremont bankrupt stock
to be sold at Hayilon's , only $1.00 yard
Blankets and ll'Uinols from this
burstcd stock are being bold regardless
of cost or value , as there are too many
of thorn , and we have not got the room
to carry thorn ; if you have the money to
uparo you will find them a good inv'osl-
Special bargain In blenched damask ,
Extra good value in linen lowols , 5c ,
lOc , Ifie , IDi- and 25c each.
$1.60 bed spreads now $1.00 onch.
0-4 ohonillo table covers , $160 , $1.08
nnd $2,75 each.
Muslin and sheetings at less than mill
Special sale on toilet articles , porfum-
orv , tollol soap , etc.
Closing out the bankrupt block of Iho
Fremont department stiro.
Ladies und children will find it pleas
ant to go und BOO afternoon performance
of the ficit wild webt bhow at I.nko
Marawa all thlH wia-k. Bring your
lunch bubkoU uid : make u any ol il.
N , B , FALCONER ,
Etill Gutting Prices Monday nnd All This
Week Will Be Made Memorable
BY OUR TREMENDOUS SLASH IN PRICES.
Cost , Quality or Ir lralillitj- Not Taken Into
Coimlilerallon In Thin htiipcndoiiH At
tack oil 1'rlres NeerVeru tiir
1'rluiidn tlUvn Mich it Cliance ,
China silks that wo have been soiling
nt $1.26 will bo cut Monday to 7oc.
AH our crepe dcchines , $1.35 quiilily ,
cul toO'Jc ' ,
Fancy brocade and diagonal crepes ,
value * 2.00 , cut to $1.25.
IJlnek all sillk grenadines , all qual
ities from Ifl.flO lo $2.00 , cuu lo Ode.
These nro Iho must desirable silks in
Our entlro line of ladies' shirt waists ,
including the $1.00. $1.25 , $1.35 ana
31.60 watst , Monday morning only 75c
Our SI.50 percale wrapper , warranted
fast color , Monday OOc each.
We have a few moro of these ladles'
1)1 a/.or suils made of all wool malorial ,
boll skirt and diamond bolt with every
suit. Wo will give away a wash waist
and sllic Windsor tie. Monday mornIng -
Ing , suit complete , only $0.7o each.
Wo have about 200 ladles' spring and
fall jackets thai wo will close al about
60o on the dollar. Wo will divide this
stock in two lots.
Lot 1 Ladies' bln/ors , roofers and
top coats , ranging in price from $6.00 to
$8.00 , all now made goods , Monday
morning only $1.70.
Lot 2 In tills lot you will find some
of our best trarmonls Hint have boon
sold by us at $13.50. Monday morning
wo ollor this lot at $0.05.
COLOHBU UUHSS GOODS.
At cut prices for this week.
Our object is to close out every yard
of summer goods , therefore the prices :
Half wool polka dot challies , 25c
quality for Me.
A few pieces all wool grenadine , 30c
quality for Oc.
A genuine camel's hair suiting , which
we sold at 6Sc , for 25c.
Anolhor lol of fancy suilings worlh up
lo 85c for -10c.
A whole lot of perhaps 70 short dress
pallerns , including Iho very lalest col
orings and weaves , wore sold for $1.25 ,
$1.50 and * 1.75. If 5 or 0 yards will make
you a dross take your choice for ! ) Sc.
Another odd lot of halrstripnschccks ,
crepons , chevrons , etc. , olc. Wo never
sold a yard under SI. 00 and most of thorn
at $1.25. Take your choice for 75c.
Another lot of hcnriottas , sorgcscash-
meres , serpentine , /.ig/ag , etc. ; como in
lengths from 5 to ( J yards. They were
sold for $1.00 , $1.25 and $1.50. Take
your choice. SSc.
3-BAKGAINS IN BLACK GOODS 3
Loll. The Gilo black silk warp hcnri-
olla is all sold , but having had a great
many inquiries for it wo cut tlio price
on our $1.33 quality ( for this week only )
Tills is positively your last chance on
Lot 2Vo will close out every yard
of Priestley's novelty weaves which wo
have soid for $1.25 and $1.50 : this week
This is a very low price for the quality
Iloro is Iho third and it's a dandy.
12-iiK-h all wool side band nun's veil
ing , very light \yoight and cool for sum
mer. Wo considcroJ it , a big bargain
at 7oc , but the season is far advanced ,
BO here goes , 47Jc per yard.
N. U. FALCONER.
I.alce Superior KrxnrtH.
A prominent clergyman of Omaha ,
wilh his family , are now spending ihcir
vacation near Bayliold , Wis. , and if you
only know what a nice place it is to gofer
for a few weeks during the hot weather
you would go also. Low rates , first
class accommodations on daily trains
over Iho "Sioux City Hoiite. "
Ticket ollico 1401 Farnam street.
Depot loth nnd Webster streets.
J. H. BUCHANAN'
General Passenger Agent.
Tlio NelmiHkn Trlhiinc.
Rememberthe sale of the plant of the
Nebraska Tribune which take ? place
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Hamilton Warren , M. L ) . , oclocllo and
magnolio physician a'ld surgeon. Spo-
ciaily , disoasji of vro non and ohlldrdh ,
HON. IGlh stroat. Telephone 14Si
Go to Lake Mnnawa today. Frco wild
west bhow 1 ( o 5 , 8tol-p. ) til.
ICxeiirHlon TlekotK Still on .Sale.
The "Hock Island" is still belling
cheap excursion lickols lo New York
slalo and return , also low excursion
rales to Denver , Colorado Springs , Salt
Lake and Pacific coast. Tlio Colorado
llyor , leaving Omaha at 1:20 : p. in. ,
servos dinner in dining car after depart
ure from Omaha. This is Hie only direct
rotilo with elegant through slooning
cars to Denver , Colorado Springs , Mani-
lou and Puoblo. Take Iho Hock Island
and you will bo sallslicd that vou have
solocled Iho bosU Ticket offices 1002
CIIAK. KIN.VIDY. : : G. N. W. P. A.
J. L. Di : Br.VOiSK , C. T. it P. A.
W. T. Seaman , wrgons and carriage !
"Tu In Oily Oli.intaiuiii I. "
Hock Island trains will leave
Omaha for Chiitiiuqun grounds at 8 a. in. ,
10 iu in. , 12:30 : noon , 5:20 : p m. , 0:35 : p. m.
Additional trains leave Council BlulTs
0:10 : a. m. , 0:30 : a. m. , 1:50 : p. m. , 7:30 :
p. in. Holurning leave Chaiitauqua for
Omaha via Council BlulVn 0:45 : a. m. ,
8:13 : a. m. , 11 a. m.,4:30 : p. m.,5:33 : p. in. ,
10:15 : p. m. Hound trip from Omaha ,
60c. Tickets on sale at 1002 Farnam
streol or Union depot.
Among the many attractions at Man
hattan Bench , Lake Manawa , all this
week Is Iho wild weal show. Admission
free 4 lo 5 and 8 lo 1) ) p. in.
Colorado' * foul lliilre.ltil.
During Iho "lotinst sonbon , " fronv
Juno until Noptcmbor , the Burlington
route has on sale round trip lickots at
very reduced ratus lo the principal re
sorts of Colorado.
To Donvor.C'olorndo SprlngH.Manitou ,
Pueblo and ICateb Park ( the most ntlrau-
live spot in the whole stale ) , purlieu-
larly low rntcis nro in force.
July and Augiibt are the best months
in which to visit Colorado's unrivalled
rofwld , to all of which the Burlinglbn ,
wilh its connections , oilers unequalled
The city ticket agent at 1223 Farnam
slreol will bo glad to give you any de
The noarust nice summer resort for
Omaha people. Dally trains with Pull
man bloopers leave Wobstorstreet depot
at 5:45 : p. jn , arrive at Spirit Lake at
7 a. m. Returning , leave Spirit Luke at
10:30 : p. m. , arrive at Omaha at 9:25 : a.
in. Tourist rate tlckotn on uulo at 1401
J. H. BUCHANAN ,
General Pastcn 'or Agent.
A FORCED SALE
The 09o Stora , 1319 Farnnm Street ,
Everything Must Qo.
FORCED TO CLEAR OUTTHE PRESENT STOCK
Our Tremendous Import I.lnu of OoniM
lor fait U hi Triuislt , and U'u
Arc Compelled tit Make
Jtonm for Them.
Kvorything must go , oven nt n great
Look nt our grand list of bargai'18-
SUMMER GOODS. LAWN TENNIS-
Rackets S5o to $4.05 ouch.
Nets $1.48 to $2.05.
Tennis balls , the standard , Soc onch.
Croquet 75c , S5e , to $2.05.
Hammocks 3ooIDc , to S3.-15.
LEATHER GOODS , TRAVELING
HAGS , POCKETBOOKS , BELTS.
Ladles' bolts 25e worth 76e : bolts nt
40o. worth $1.00.
25c for your choice of 8 tlo/.ou pocketbooks -
books , worth m > to $1.50.
Uo.yul red pocketbooks nt 2oc , 30c , 4c ! )
Traveling bags nt10c , G9c , 75c , up to
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
Now novelties nt sacrlllco prices.
7lo ) each for your choice of pickle cas
tors , sugar dishes , creamers , spoons ,
etc. , worth $1.60.
Rogers' teaspoons $1.10. per sot.
Rogers' table spoons $2.38 per sot.
Rogers' knives 81.10 per sot thcso
are warranted triple plate.
Rogers' forks 81.10 per sot triple
25o n sot for Starling triple plated
SUe n set for sterling triple plated
1,000 ladles pins Monday at 10c each
Solid gold band rings lOc , 25c up to
Best rolled plated vest chains 75c.
Wntorbury alarm clocks 55c each.
Wo don't sell these to make money , butte
to make glory. They are warranted
HOUSEKEEPERS' BARGAINS IN
CROCKERY , TIN-WARE , GLASS
WARE , ETC.
2-quart ice cream freezers , $1.10.
Water cooler 70c , worth $1.50.
Ice piclcs 5c , lemonade shakers Me
each , lemonade straws 2oe a bunch , lem
on squce/.ors 8c each , glasses for lemon
ade be each , water tumblers 2c each ,
lamp chimneys 2c- , burners 3e , clothes
wringers , the Peerless wood frame ,
$1.48 , tubs ' 150 , 55o and 05c , 2-hoop .pall
10c , clothes pins , 0 doz. for 6c , toilet
paper , "Ixion ; " 5o ) ) ackago , shoo
brushes 10c , clothes brushes luc. lOc to
500 French China decorated fruit
plates , lOc each , worth 50o each , only 0
to one customer.
250 silver trays ; mind you , not tin ,
but silver. 12-inch at 2c ! ) , worth and
usually sold at 81.00.
Wo mean business and it will pay you
to spend every dime you can spare with
us during this great bale.
THE 09-CENT STORE ,
1310 Farnam street.
< iolng to California.
Mr. B. Rosenthal , president and
manager of the People's Mammoth In-
Htallment House , leaves this afternoon
for Grand Rapids , Mich. , to attend the
National furniture dealer's convention ,
and from there will go to Portland ,
Ore. , via San Francisco , Denver , Salt
Lake City , fctc. After finishing his trip
on the coast ho goes to Now Yorlc and
several eastern summer resorts. Ho ex
pects to bo absent about six weeks.
Eastern Cities mill Plivtmiro ItVsort
Are best reached by the Burlington
Route and its connections.
Forty hours' ride from Omaha lands
the travelers in Now Yorlc or Philadel
phia , within sight and bound of the
It's getting warm now , and life in Ne
braska is not so pleasant as in Septem
ber or October.
Take a holiday , buy your ticket at
1223 Farnam street , and go east by one
or the other of the Burlington's three
dally oxprcsi trains. They leave at
0:50 : a. in.1I5 : p. in. and 11:50 : p. in.
Mrs. C. F. Hunt , head milliner of I.
Ohurfoldor it Co. , will sail for London
and Paris on the City of Now York on
the 13th , to be gene thrco weeks to got
the Ultra' styles for fall.
Samuel Burns has 20 .lowctt refriger
ators left which ho wants to close out at
Paxton & Gallagher have just been
awarded a contract by the U. S. govern
ment for 12,000 cans of their private
brand of fanned goods , the celebrated
"Onto City. " This is the second time
within three months that this enter
prising linn has secured the contract
on their "Gate City" goods in prefer
ence to any other high grade hrand on
The IllaeJt lllllH.
Dead wood the mining center.
Hot Springs the famous sanitarium.
Both reached by the F. E. fz M. V.
R. , the pioneer railroad to .tho Hills.
Palace sleepers and chair cars now run
ning on through truiiij , and commenc
ing July 0 the through Omaha-Hot
Springs sleeper will bo put on and run
daily thereafter ,
Ticket otlico 1-101 Farnam street.
Depot 15th and Wubstor streets.
.1. U. BUCHANAN ,
General Passenger Agent.
Hot HprltiKH , South llakota ,
Is a sanitarium of the ] iighest class , sit
uated in the most picturesque portion of
the Black Hills.
Its cllmuto is delightful , its bath
houses luxurious and the beneficial ef
fects of its thermal waters truly astound
Tickets good for 00 days from data of
purchase are now on sale nt the Bur
lington Route city ticket olllco , 1223 Far-
mini Rtreet , nl the very low rate of $25.00 ,
Omaha to Hot Springs and return.
The 10:15 : lu in. train forLhla northern
paradise olYers uncqualudeorvlco of
through iloopors , and rcclinlng-ohnlr
Spaclnclos adjusted for defective
vision. Dr. Cullimoro , R 221 , I3eo bldg.
Go to Lake Miinawa today. Frco wild
wast uhow to 5 , H to 0 p. in.
ti'ow rates for harvest hands , the
"Rock Island" tolling tickets at lo per
mile to points in KaiibiiB > wobt of Belleville -
villo to parties of 10 or moro. Ticket
olllco , 1002 Farnam st.
Nr\v Train tu Kitimait ( ! lly.
The Rock Island train leaving Omaha
nt 0 a. in. runs direct to Kansas City via
Topeka milking close connections for
Wichita and all points In southern Kan-
das , Indian Territory and Texas All
Rock Island trains arrive and depart
from union depot. Omaha ticket olllcos
1002 Farnam slroot and union depot ,
CHAIII.HS KHNNUDY.G. N W. P. A.
J. L. 1)15 BKVOJBK , O. T. As P. A.
STONEIIIEUS DRESS GOODS
The Grentest3Bdl nnd Moat Stupendous
Outtingliof Prices Ever Made.
STONEHILL'SfSTOCK ' MUST GO IN 7 DAYS
Tlin llnstnii Store \VI1I Make Onn Supreme * ,
HcrciiU-aii ICIl'urt to Clone Out Htrry
Vcfltlo | of ( ftoiirlilU'ft Silk * ami
On sale at
THE BOSTON STORE ,
And SlonohllPs old stand.
STONEHILL'S $1 CHINA SILKS ,
° oJ (
All of Stonohlll's China silks In small
and medium polka dot on black grounds ,
.lust the thing for shirt waists. Stono-
hiU's price $1 ; go tomorrow at 25c.
All Stonohlirs black China silks ,
gros grain silks , molro silks , double
Uvlllod fancy surah ; all at U7c.
All Stonohlll's black nnd colored In
dia silks in plain nnd small figured , also
wash silks of all kinds , all widths of
stripes , navy nnd black polka dots , in
fact , over 60 line combinations , all suit
able for dresses and waists. Stoneliill's '
price $1.25 , but they will bo closed lo-
morrow t\t-0c. !
Stonohill's full10inch wide
full - - gloria
silks In ton different shades. The most
dcsirablo fabric for summer wear , llnoly
finished , changeable shading , will out
wear tiny other silk , former price , $2.00
a yard ; lo close Monday , OSc a yard , or
$ 1.00 for entire dress pattern.
25 pieces all choice silk velvets in
black and 21 desirable shades. Those
wore Stonohill'a best-grade ? . Ho sold
them for $3.00 to $4.60 a yard. Wo will
close thorn Monday at $1.00 a yard. They
will bo found in Stonohills1 sloro just as
39 Do Beige dross robas , conslsling of
11 yards of plain malarial and 4 yards of
wide nnd.narrow embroidery lo match.
These Stonohill had marked $3.08 , butte
to close tomorrow at $1.50 a suit.
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
Impress upon your memory the very
low iigures quoted hero :
3,000 yards all wool nun's ' vollimr , nil
wool albatross , all wool serges nnd im
ported honriella , in black and colors , all
1,500 yards of serges royal , figured
Bedford cords , figured choviols , silic
finished hcnrieltas and all wool Sebas-
lopols , all 40 inches wide ; Slonchill's
price , $1.25 ; lo close tomorrow. 07c.
400 pieces of 2-inch wide all silk blnrk
ribbon , doublo-fncod salin , gros grain
velvet and silk-faced velvet ; StonohiU's
price , 60c and 75c ; our price tomorrow to
close , loc n vard.
THE BOSTON STORE ,
N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas ,
and at STONEHILL'S OLD STAND.
At Moinborg's mortgagee sale , 100
North IGlh street Cash or lime.
TWO JJXCllKSIO.VS iS.VST.
Via the AValmsli Mnc.
8d Saralocra nnd return $30.55.
For the National Elucational associa
tion the Wabash will sell round trip
tickets'at ' above rate July 4 lo 10 , with
choice of routes via St. Louis or
4th Detroit and return $20.50.
For the Bliptiat-YUungPeople's unkn
the Wabash -will soil round trip tickets
at above rale 7 > ily 12 and 13
For tickets , Sleeping car nccomrnoda-
lion and a ( older giving lisls of routes ,
side trips , cost of same , with other
' aluable information , call nt Wabash
olllce , 1502 Farnam street , or write
GuoiuiioN. CLAYTON ,
N. W. P. and Ticket Agonl ,
Omaha , Nob.
Go to Lake Manawn today. Free wild
west show 4 to 5 , 8 to 0 p. m.
Eye and oar surgeon , Grant Culli
moro , room 224 , Bee buildi ng.
$80.00 cash buys n piano. 113 N. 15th.
A Common Sense lIxuiirHlon.
Twenty-four hours from Omaha to Detroit -
troit , ono-of the most beautiful cities in
America. The train of the Nebraska
Young l-'eoplo's union leaves Omaha
over the C. B. & Q. , Wednesday , July
13 , at 4:45 : p. m. , reaching Detroit at the
hnmo hour next day. Single faro for
the round trip. $20.50. A number of
lake and railway excursions to points of
interest about Detroit are arranged for
nt nominal rates. Secure Pullman ac
commodations early. Baggage checked
direct from residence. For particulars ,
nee or write M. G. Maclcod , 014 Now
York Lifo building , or W. F. Vaill , cily
ticket agent , Burlington route , 1223
Notice. All bricklayers are requested
to attend their regular mooting , Tues
day evening , July 12 ; husinossof impor
tance on hand. W. Homiin'ON , Pros.
Anti-medical practice removes dlsenso.
Curlico Bros. ' canned fruit-nnd vege
tables are sold by all first class grocers.
Meyer & Raapko , wholesale western
A Six Work * SllllHiirr Srlioul
begins next Monday morning at 0 n.m.
tit the Omaha Commercial college , cor.
10thnd Douglas streets. Special
classes in all English , commercial and
business branches ; nlso , in shorthand
and typewriting. Only about half rates ,
for tuition. Children over eight years
of ago received. Public school grades
made up. For particulars call on or ad
dress , Roiiuitouan Bltos.
A. Weber , .jr. , piano tuner , formerly
at Moinborgte , now at 113 N. loth.
Slock , fixlurcB and lease of Miss Alice
Isaacs' millinery store for Bale to pay
mortgageeH'J507 S. 10th st. Still sollinir
goods at retail < jr in lots. Prices no ob
Go to Liike/Muiiawa today. Free wild
west show 4 U > < 5 , , < 8 to 0 p. m.
You have < men California frequently
mentioned iniiuMWpuporB and magazines
Perhaps u frioud has boon there and
writes unlhuiiufetio loiters bnclc homo
about the eliumto and the fruits. It
makes you anxious 10 face the country
The way .to go i . via the Santa Fo
route , on ono of that lino's popmar , per-
honally conducted parties , leaving Chicago
cage every Saturday evening , and leav
ing KIUISMH City every Sun-lay morning.
Special ngonts and porters in attend
ance. Pullman tourist sleepers aroused
used , furnished with bedding , mat-
troseos , toilet articles , etc. Second
elius tlokelH honored. Write to li , Ij.
Palmer , pasbongur agent Santa Fo
route , Jtild l irnam street , Omaha , Nob.
7 O'eloek In thu Kveiilni ;
Is the time the fast Omaha-Chicago
train via "Iho Northwestern lino1'
loaves thu Union Pacific depot. Omaha ,
arriving at Chicago ut 0:30 : o'clock next
Vtdtibulod sleepers mid free parlor
cars. City ticket olllco , 1101 Farnutn.
BANKRUPT SHOE STOCK
The Grant Frjmont Shoa Stock Going Fas
nt Eaydon Bros' ' , Shoo Dopirtnunt ,
AND IT PLEASES THEM ALL
Special ll.tr gain * for Sntnrilny In .Mpn'i
Hoy4' , l.ulli'i' anil OlillilriMi'a I'lliu
anil .MMlliini ( Ii'aitu
Shoe * .
DEvory purchaser ploasjd and surprised
o got line shoos so cheap.
f Extra help employed to sell Monday'
Wo will sell tomorrow ladles' Oxford
ticsat 75c that cost Fremont Dopartmon
store $1.00 and $1.60.
MEN AND BOYS.
Another lot of Smith & StoughUm's
S3.50 and $1.00 line calf shoo ? at $1.05 a
Moi's$3.00 kangaroo southern ties at
$2 35 a pair.
3 do/.on moro pairs of William Knee
land's $5.60 French call , hnnd-sowod
shoes at $3.35 n pair.
Men's $1.25 wigwams at 0 > c a pair.
Boys' $1.60 button and lace shoos at
Boys'$2.25 calf button shoes at $1.60.
LADIES AND CHILDREN , a
Ladies' line hnnd-turnod slippers at
OSc , Fremont price , $1.35 and $1.60.
Lndlcs' patent leather trimmed bootee
oxfords at $1 ; their price $1.50.
Another case of those $4 hand-turned
ladies' shoos will bo closed out at $1.08.
Children's patent tip spring heel shoes
nt 05c ; their price , $1.25.
The balance of 03 pairs misses'$1.05
shoos nt $1. IS.
03 pairs misses' patent tip spring heel
$1.50 oxfords at $1.13.
Children's $1.00 oxfords at 75c.
IIAYDEN BROS. ,
DHY GOODS AND SHOKS.
ClmiiKo of Time.
The auction sale for the benefit of the
creditors of John Baumor , the jeweler ,
of No. 1311 Farnam st. , will bo conlinuod
daily this week.
Morning session , from 10:30 : to 12.
Afternoon session , from 2:30 : to 6.
Monday , Wednesday and Saturday
evenings , from 7:30 : until 0:30. :
No sale Tuesday , Thursday and Friday
nights. J. II. FiiKNCir , Auctioneer.
Madam Boutin for the nosit 30 days
will olTor bargains in millinery , 35 im
ported patterns at cost. Como at once
and secure bargains. Madam Boutin ,
1st lloor N. Y. Lifo bldg , with C. C.
See the Krakauor piano. 113 N. 15lh.
ItKAD JIAVDKNS *
On IJtitter Clieext ! and TrnltH ,
Wo just received 50 tubs of very nice
counsrp butter and will bell it at l-'le and
lOc. Komembor this is made by Ne
braska farmers and is a very line u'ullnr.
Our Dodge creamery will sell al Ibc
The Separator for22cand ' ! le. Wo can
cheerfully recommend this butter ns
being the finest made , as our customers
know the cream is separated from tlio
milk when fresh , positively making the
best butter thai comes to ihis market.
Young America , full cream , lOc.
Wisconsin , full cream , lOc.
Jersey pure cream choose 12Je and Me.
Swiss cheese , 15o and 17jc.
Brick cheese , llc ) , 12c } and Me.
Messina lemons , 20c , 2-Mc and 25c per
The finest Palermo lemons , 30c.
II A YUEN BROS. ,
Promoters of homo industry.
Tim .Melnlierg Xoelt ol IManoH
At slaughter prices , cash or tinio. 10 ! )
North 10th street.
Manhattan beach , Lake Manawa , is
finer thiin over this year. All Ihis week
free wild west hhow to 5 und 8 to 9 n.
in. Bring the children and your lunch
baskets and tee afternoon performance.
Summer Tonrint Tickets
To 1,000 pleasant places east , north
nnd west are now on sale at "tho Norlh-
western lino" city llcltot olllco. 14th
Samuel Burns gives a special invita
tion ncxo week to the ladies to bring
their friends and visit his now art
Uumombci "Visitors nnd purchasers
equally welcome. "
Open lor HIIHIIICHH ,
The Hotel Orleans , Si > irlt Lake. la. ,
is open for business and patrons of Ihis
convenient and delightful resort will bo
pleased to know that Iho hotel is under
the management of the B. C , K. it N.
Hy. , W. il. Morrison , manager , thus in
suring strictly first class accommoda
tions. Through sleeper dally from
Omaha to Spirit Lake.
$170.00 for upright piano. 113 N. 16th.
Kxeifrslon Opporl anil leu
Via Iho Chicago , Milwaukee & SI , Paul
Hy. , with choice of routes east of Chi
Saratoga Springs , N. Y. , and rolurn ,
ono faro for Iho round trip , plus $2. id ,
on sale July 4th to 10th , good returning
July 15th to 20th , subject to extension
for return until Sopt. Ibt ,
Wiibhington , D. C. , and rolurn , ono
tarn for tlio round trip , on sale Sopt.
llitli to 20th , good returning until Oct.
10th.Dotroil , Mlfh. , nnd rolurn , one faro
for Iho round trip , on sale July 12th and
13lh , good returning until July lllth.
Call at office , 1501 Farnam slroet ,
Omaha , or lolophone 281 for additional
C. S. CAitHlKlt , F. A. NASII ,
Ticket agent. General agent.
Go to Manhattan beach , Lake
Mnnnwa , this week. Wild west show 4
to 6 and 8 to 1) ) ) ) . m. Admission froo.
Nicest balhlng. Children and lunch
huskols nro invilud at afternoon per
Now , and rare drugs. Shormiln & Mo
Connull 1613 Dodge , 3d door west P. O.
Omalia lieiitlemeii'H ItoaiUtur Chili.
A special mooting of the Omaha
Gentlemen's Hoadbtor club Is called at
th"i Mlllard hotel Wednesday evening ,
July 13 , at 8 p. m.
A full attendance IH requested as busl-
nebs pertaining to Increasing the value
of the shares of Block will ho brought
before thu meeting nnd other important
inntlorB. G. D. KuWAltOS ,
H. SMITH , Secretary.
Now Goods To the Front Ohcap Prices--
. All Gunrnutjod.
ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS PLEASED
Sen Our New Cutlery , Slltrruare anil
.leuelr.v l > i < | iartini-iit at tint Entrance lo
IflSO Capital Avenue , Xeu- Annex
ii : 'Kiuit Assortment ,
Astonishing prices. All now goods.
Inspect this department and save
Our dry goods , notion department is
nllvo wilh bargains , genuine ones.
Come and gut homo.
In our drug department we can do you
lots of good and sivo money.
Our own patents are guaranteed ; wo
give you larger bottles and lor less
Wo give you the profit that goes into
the pocUels of ihoso millionaire patent
medlclno monopolists , and their profits
nro the biggest of any "llsh in the pud
Our drug department is a wonder
and complete in every detail.
Our stationery department is full of
nine fresh goods , all now and guar
Our butter department has boon
jammed all the week.
No oleo bolu by us.
Customers appreciate trading whore
they ran got the pure article and arq
sure of it.
Our exclusive tea , colTco and spice do-
partnmnl sales are climbing up every
day , which goes lo bhow lhal people are
pleased with Iho kind of goods we are
Our crockery and notion novoltv de
partment on our second lloor are turn
ing out largo orders of the host goods in
each of their linos.
In fact , if you want to bo pleased with
your purchases after you have made
them , Irado al BcnnoltH.
Their goods are always right.
Prices are the lowest and customers
always sallslicd ; if not wo make
W. R. BENNETT CO. ,
1502 , 1501 , 1500. 1,108 , 1510 , 1512 ,
CliaiiK < > ol Time.
The auction s.ilo for Iho benefit of Iho
creditors of John Baumor , the jeweler ,
of No. 1314 Farnam si. , will bo continued
daily ihis week" .
Morning session , from 10:30 : to 12.
Afternoon session , from 2:30 : to 5.
Monday. Wednesday and Saturday
evenings , from 7:30 : until 0:30. :
No sale Tucbdny , Thursday and Friday
nights. J. H. FitnNcit , Auctioneer.
HER BRUTAL HUSBAND.
Mrx. AmliriHter Wants the I'olleo to Savu
Her I'rom further Abuse.
Mrs. Louis Ambrustor came to tbo police
court yesterday for protection from n cruel
husband who Is tlio proprietor of utnent niar-
Uot at lOI.'l Vlnton street. Nisht after nielit
she soys stio bas beoa driven from the house
and compelled to sleep In tbo outhouses. She
bua hart to dress bur two llttlo children In
tbovoutU and Is la constant , diitmur of her
Whoa not nbusniR her Mrs. Ambrustor
claitrs her husband Is drunk In tno saloons
and she is compelled to do the work in the
shop in order to mnVco a living. She Is Am-
ImistcVs second wife and very much young
er than be.
A III ) , ' .Mining Knterinise.
Mr. M. lj. ItocnVr of this city bai returned
from the east , wboro bo wont witU bis
brother , A. H. Kooder , in connection with
business involving certain mining operations
which they bavo recently undertaken.
In conversation with u iiiu : man Mr. Hoo-
ilur said :
"A short tlmo aco. with an Kiifilish min
ing engineer ot world wide experience , my
brother and 1 went to Klco on a tour of in
spection. Among other things we found n
proup nf mines , thirly-tlireo in nil , entan
gled in what promised to bo emllobs litiga
tion. They were known to cover as rich a
mineral territory as could bo louud in tbo
San .Juan country. U'o conceived the idea
of consolidating all those properties and oper
ating them under one management. Return
ing to Denver wo can led out Ibis plan uy
Jointing a company with a capital stock of
fTi.OOO.UOO. A. 15. Koedcr , who had charge of
the Colorado end of the deal , succeeded In
interesting onn of Colorado's millinmdros ,
who later oocamo president of tbo company.
After thoroueiily looking over tbo pround
Mr. 1'Zben Smite , tbo well known expert nna
successful mining manager , was stitislled
that Rico would in a short time prove the
richest mtnlug camp in Colorado , and nlso
bociimo an active partner in the mining com
Air. Hocdcr continued : "Last week a
New York and Philadelphia banking lirm
purchased $ . " > UUUOU worth of shares of treas
urer's stock nt pnr , putting the success of
the grcnt consolidation beyond perndventuro.
The property is now producing over7UOUU
per month , and bas turned thu eyes of capi
tal toward this camp. It is predicted that
tbo mines owned by this company will provo
tbo richest producing ui'iios In Colorado.
"Thoro is no stock for sale , as the entire-
block was taken In tbo east , and only enough
of this was bold to pay up thobalancoof
the indebtedness and successful carrying out
of the deal. "
Mr. Hocdcr Is receiving tbocongratulations
of hia friends.
Amoni ; Alllllaiy Men.
Captain Robertson of the infantry sta
tioned at Mudlson b irr.iaks. Now York , is
visiting friends in the city.
Miss Leo. daughter of Captain Lao of the
Ninth infantry , is vi.slting Miss Slantoa of
Forty recruits have boon sent from David
aland. Now York , for the ICIcbth Infantry.
Twenty of the recruits will go to Fort Uob-
nson , liflocn to NiuUrurn unit live to U'usha-
cie. They will arrive in Omaha about the
nlddlo of next week.
Captain .lohn F. ( Juilfovlo of tbo Ninth
cavalry al Camp Holtens , U'yo. . bas been
cquosteu to report for duty to Major Itan
ium m connection with thu small arms
iractlcu at tbo rilla camp at liellovuo.
The following named ollcr.s ( will report
n person to Captain Chariot A. Caolidgu , at
he department rifle cuir.p near Hollovuo ,
s'ob. , July " ' ! for duty iu connoctlon
vllli tbo approaching annual department
lllu anci cavalry competitions :
As Statistical OMIcers Lieutenant Charles
I , Cochran , Huvonth Infantry , Fort Lcwm ,
Colo. ; Lloutenant Lawsun M. Fuller , Nintn
uvulr.v. Camp liotlens , U'yo.
As Hango Olllccm Lieutenant Maury
s'lcliols. Heventh Infaatry. Fort Logan ,
Jolo. ; Lieutonunt Jnmei L. Drulen , Hovon-
contb Infantry , Fort D. A. Hussoll , U'yo. ;
, ieutotmnt Stephen M. lluokrioy , Kixtoontti
nfuntry , Kort Douglas , Utah ; Lluutonaiil
Crnobt U. ( lose , lOlchth Intantry , Fort Me-
; inney , U'yo. ; Lluutonaiil Trunk S. Arm-
trong , Mlnth cavalry , Camp JoitcnVyo ! , ;
leutonanl JCrviri L. I'nllllps , Hlxth cnv-
ilr.v , Camp Klltlns , U'yo. ; Lloutoaunt David
' . 'Cordruy , Kight infantry , Fort Hobliibon ,
IN THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS
The Boston Store Will Oloso Out tha Entire -
tire Stonohill Stock.
BOSTON STORE BASEMENT TOMORR
Von Will rim ) Sueli Tromemtoin
That YouVt | | AlimHt 1'eel
Anlmmeil to 1'ay so l.ittlo
for no Itlg Value.
Thousands of yards of remnants
fanoy bliu'k lawn , India lawns , etc , In
a yard ; Stonohin's price up lo IOo ,
All StonehlU's line ginghams , sateens ,
French llannols , and all Ihis season's
now wash goods , worth up lo 25c , will
bo closed out tomorrow at 5o a yard.
All of StonohiU's towellings which
ho sold at Oc , 7c anil Sc a yard , go nt
3o a yard tomorrow.
All Iho Sc , lOc and 12c lowels In the
Stonohill stock go nt3ccnch ] tomorrow.
Best quality table oilcloth , Stoiioliill's
price 22c , goes tomorrow at 11jc. !
Stonehlll's entire stock table damask
goes tit lee , 25c , ! ' 3o and 50o a yard ,
worth from 50o up to $1.00.
Slonohill's Incecurlaln.i will bo closoil
out tomorrow at 6c ! ) , 76c , $1.20 and $1.50
which wore formerly sold by Stonoliill
at from $1.25 to $5.00.
100 remnants of camels , all over n
yard long and a yard wide go
row at 25c.
All Slonohill's laces go at 25c on tluj
dollar. All Stonohlll'n Imported Point
d'lrlando luces that sold at $1.00 a yard
go tomorrow at 25i % and over 100 pat
terns to select from.
Stonohlll's black , pure silk chantilly
laces , that sold up to 75c a yard go inlets
lots at lOc , 15c and 25c. This lot con
tains 200 all now pallonm.
THE BOSTON STORE ,
N. W. Cor. 10th and Douglas. , * ,
And at Stonchill's old stand.
Piano $70.00 , good tune. 113 N. loth.
NATIONAL HIGHWAY COMMISSION.
Senator .Muml < > r c > ii' Hill for a ( ienoriil
Sjstem of Itoatl Construction.
Sonnlor Mniidorsou Introduced n bill In tlio
United Stntos scnuto July ft to create \ \
national highway commission. Tbe bill ,
which bns been referred to tbo ootnmiUo otr
intcrstuto commerce , contains tbo following
That a national bih\vny | ; commission bft
created , composed of two sunutors of thil
United Stntos , to bo named by tbo vice )
president , live members of tbo bouso of rep
resentatives , to bo iiamcu by ibo speaker o
tbo bouse , and live clti/cns ! o bo appointed
by tne prctldcnt of tbo United Stntos , to.
gother with tbo becrotnrios of war , ncrlvuU
turo uad Ibo interior , the postmaster ccnviul
nnd tbo lUtornev general , who may be rep
resented by subordinates from tbclr toveinl
departments , nnd un associate member ( ruin
ouch of the states and territories tbat may
by its executive , or otherwise , appoint ono' :
Sec. ' ' . Tlio commission shall contiuiio in/ /
existence for two ycnrs Irom tbe dnto of lln
orgnnl/atloii and nlm'.l bold its nicotines iu
Washington during tbo sessions of congress ,
in ( Jhicapo daring tbo World's fair und jJ.
sucli other places nnd times as n majority as
all its members may oicct.
Sec. U. Tbo duties of tbo commission bhall
First To devise nnd formulate plans for
tbo establishment of n national school '
roads and bridges witb urancbes atlncbuil ti
tbo various agricultural colleges and cxnert.
Second To consider and report whether ,
in any pnrl of tbo United States military na
post roads might wolltubly bo eslubllshuil' '
atid built under tbo .supervision of such im-
tionjil school , and ns a part of iu means of
Tbird To report wbnt action lias heretofore -
fore been taken by tbo United States in
bigbway construction and maintenance ,
wbat blpbways nro still under national own
orsblp or control , mm wbat is recoimnomlcil
lo bo done for tbo proper inulntcnunco and
lop.ilrof ! > uob hif'hw.iys.
Kourtb To collect and disseminate gon-
crnl Inforinntlon regarding roads und tbuir
Fifth To procure tbo exhibition at tlio
World's fair In Chicago of Iho best inctloili
nnd appliances for road mnidng , anil to pro
vide for organized , practical Instruction m
tbi > art ( luring the continuance of the niirj
free of cost , to all who may ilesito It. /
Sixtli-To collntn iho various recent state
laws regardliiK highway Improvement , wi'li '
itk ormatlon as to their practical working ,
and lo suggebt such combination or mod n-
cations of tboso laws ns muv bcci'-o tbu beat
form of btnto aid to local coiumunltlcii in ro.ul
Seventh To Inquire and report whether
nn.v form of national aid to tbu same is > ] >
sirutilQ and practicable , and cspeciail > tu
consider Iho feasibility of co-ononmon by
national , slate and county authorities in a
general system of road coiibtmction , busrd
upon their agreement in each case as to iho
need and i-lmraclor of Iho work , their joint
supervision of its execution , an cijuat ur
( iiultablo ] division of iu cost , and the tiae of
tbo Joint credit In order to obtain the neci ,
bnry fund fa nt a low ralo of inicroit und U < ug
term of navnient.
ICighthIf such co-operation is approved ,
to report whatstato anil nulionnl lgislu' ( " < a
or constltiilional amondmants are required
to autliori/o und facilitate It.
Ninth To Investigate nnd report upon tlia
use of convict labor In highway constric
Tenth To report whether It Is prni'ticalila
by logl < tatlon to regulate tbo coiibtiucli ii up
vehicles so as to insure the better piuniirv.i-
lion of road Biirliiees.
lOlovonth To bubmiU Its views and tee-
ommendiitions upon other subjects conitui t 'J
with road Improvement thai ma.t . > in-- '
thomselvcs or bo bo brought to its ii'ien
tlon.Sec. . 4. Tbo ofllcoivs of the commission - liall
bo president and vlco prebldunl , who -i > n < l
nu members of the commission , i.nd a hif
tary chosen bj the commission who may
may not. be a mem Lor.
.See. r . All mem hers of the commission , in
eluding the associates , shall Imvo an ci , < ' '
voice In iti action , but a nmjorllv wiu > " t >
counting tbo associates shull co'nsiltu'i ' 1
ijuorum for business ut nnv icgulur or i ci >
orlv called meotlt.g ol the commission.
Sue. 0. The commission shall report to i"
gross from tltiio totlino.iind in casuof the Im.
tire of majority agreement upon unv of the
Mibjccls committed to it the commission
shall report by buctioiu , as Its members mat
agree , for thu lulormallon of congress and
% Aloitneihal | | ol tlio .Melnber ) . ' Slncli
Of pianos. Cash or time. A chanro
of a life llmo. 10 ! ) N. Kllh Hlroot.
Kiittcu nf Jive Imet ur Icm iimlir tint lictiil , H/tu
centc < ichn < tilltlniiuliiiiylcn ccnti.
OA.KJHI-Ottlllii , wifo.of Alit4in ( ajorl. dluil
lliulitli nisi , ut 7 11. in. I'linoral Tuusday ,
lliu r.'lh , at I p. in. , riiim bur lulu reHidmiou ,
I'lnice Hlreul , tu Muunl llojjo CUIIIUUT/ ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report