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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1893)
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH 011AI1A
Gamblers Notified that They Must Either
Close Up or "Oongh Up , "
FIFTY-DOLLAR FINE TO BE ENFORCED
JJntl Silver rntieil on Hold-Block Tnrd
Kitcnilon Work SUrtoil-Now Ilullit-
inff to Ito Krecleil Minor
Uotilp nnd 1'cnonMi.
Following the instructions of Mayor
IVnlltcr , Clilfcf of Police Beckett ycstcrdny
gnvo notice to nil the persons conducting
gombllng houses In South Omaha that they
must cither close up shop or pay n flno of tM
monthly. This money will bo paid Into the
city treasury and can bo disposed of at
the option of the council. There are
now llvo gambling houses In the city , but It
Is the opinion of the police that the now
order will reduce the number to two or
three. Under this system Chief Beckett
sn.vs ho proposes to closn all poker rooms
nncl every place where p.imblinK is ullowcd ,
unlcsi the proprietor cornea to the center
with his K > 0 each month.
The city council has under advisement the
proposition to appoint at least t\\o addi
tional members to the pollco force. Chief
Beckett says ho could use two mounted men
to good advantage , as his force is now so
small that ho cannot spare any of the men
to patrol the outskirts of the city.
There are now in the county jail seventeen
prisoners from South Omaha , which is the
largest representation this city has had In
the county bastilo for n long time. Their
scntonccs range all the way from flvo days
'to t vo months.
Gold Itentcn on Silver.
W. Gold Is another victim of the counter
feit money that Is being shoved In South
Omaha. Last evening ho vent Into John
Nelson's saloon and claims to have had n bill
changed. With ono of the silver dollars ho
received from Nelson ho endeavored to make
a purchase in another store. Ills dollar
was refused as counterfeit. Gold then
went to Nelson and demanded that he glvo
him n good coin , but was refused on the
( round that ho did not get nny bad money
there. Gold then went to the police station
nnd made known his grievance nnd an ofllccr
was detailed'to look up the case. Everyone
should bo on the lookout for counterfeit
silver , as there is lots of it in circulation
Intending the Stock Yards.
The work of extending the South Omaha
stock yards was commenced yesterday.
About twenty men wore put to work and
the force will bo increased as Is necessary
until all of the work is completed.
The expense of the improvement will bo
Dulldlng Inspector Hatcher issued permits
to H. Xcblah to erect u frame cottage on
Thirty-third street , between K and TJ
streets , to cost $1,000 , and to Joseph Bagacz
to build a cottage at Tweiity-llrst nnd H
streets to cost $400.
No\vs XutcR nnd 1'rrgnimln.
William Xchrmg of Papillion was in the
O. II. Harris of Bartlett , la. , Is in the city
looking after his property Interests here.
A boy b.iby was born to Mr. and Mrs
George Duncan yesterday.
Typographical union No. 209 will elect offi
cers Juno 13 by Australian ballot.
Frank , the bright little son of Thomas
Rock , is dangerously sick with pneumonia.
Lou Miller , a clerk at Hammond's re
turned yesterday from zv throortvcoki'Vlsit in
Degree of Honor ladies will celebrate their
second anniversary ac their hall on the even
ing of Juno 3.
On Friday evening the German class will
meet with Miss Mary Kced-at Twcuty-sov-
cnth and J streets. f
The Methodist people will enjoy a , social
tonight at the residence of'J. ' A ? il , ' Miller ,
Twenty-llrst and J streets.
Gus Blum is lying dnntrerously 111 at
414 North Twenty-llfth street. .Tho county
physician was sent for to attend him.
During the summer the stock yards com
pany will place in Its yards the interlock
ing system. It will no doubt reduce the
number of accidents considerably.
Mayor Walker has Issued n proclamation
requesting nil business houses to close their
respective i places on Decoration day from
1 o'clock until C o'clock In the afternoon.
P. F. Brett , the old man who attempted
Kuicldo by cutting his throat with n pen
knlfo several days ago , died at St. Josephs
hospital at 7:30 : o'clock yesterday morning.
The chief of pollco yesterday found sovural
more counterfeit silver dollars that had been
passed on South Omaha merchants. Among
the batch was ono very poor counterfeit half
Tno Gate City orchestra of Omahn will
furnish musio for the entertainment to bo
given tonight by the young people of the
Christian church , Tweutv-second nnd 1C
The Methodist people are going to have n
very flno church nt Twenty-third and N
Btrocts , when it is completed. It will bo so
arranged that nil the rooms can bo thrown
Into ono largo Poem when desired.
George H. Hillberg of Kent , Wash. , Is in
the city on his way to the World's fair. Mr.
Hillberg owns considerable land in western
Nebraska nnd will spend several months In'
the state upon his return from Chicago ,
Things looked lively over about the stock
yards yesterday. Three hundred cars of live
Block were received and prices wcro good
nnd strong. The hog receipts reached
11,000. the largest that has been recordea
for n long time. The cattle receipts wore
The Grand Army of the Republic memorial
ocrvlces will bo conducted on Sunday at the
Baptist church. All members or the order ,
Sons of Votcr.insand members of tlio Ladles'
Kellef corps , arc requested to meet nt the
Grand Army nf the Itopublla hall at 10
o'clock and po 10 the church In a body.
On account of the extensive improvements
being made by the stock yards company , all
the Ilro alarm lines running from the Amer
ican District Telegraph ofllca will have to bo
taken out soon. They will all bo replaced In
time , ns the majority of tiicm run to the
packing houses , but the expense will bo con
Lily division , Uniform Uank Knights of
Pythias , will participate in the parade on
Decoration day. All members nro requested
to meet at their hall in full uniform at 1:80 :
o'clock on that day. Lily division has also
ecnt an invitation to all the lodges In Omaha
to join it , and It is expected that n largo
number will respond. The Junior Order of
American Mechanics of Omaha will also par
ticipate in full uniform.
Jcsslo Smith , a woman of the town , yester
day swore out a warrant for the arrest of
John Wlnnescy , charging him with larceny
as bailee. Tlio woman says that Winnesoy
was her former lover , but that she no longer
cherishes any affection for the young man :
that sun giuo him her gold watch to have
H repaired nnd that ho refuses to return it.
\\inneseyalso bus u ring that this faded
damsel would like to recover.
Mroncljr l.'iulorecd ,
The advertising of '
Hood's Sarsaparlllo ap.
peals to the sober , common sense of thinking
people , because it is trim ; nnd It is always
fully substantiated by endorsements which
In the financial world would bo accepted
without moment's hesitation. They tell
the story HOOD'S CUKES.
Hood's Pills euro liver ills , Jaundice , hll
lousncss , sick headache , constipation.
niiomnatlcs ! do you know whut It is
to bo without n pain ? Got n Kimball
AiuMiliuoinatlo ring und bo relieved of
your misery. Price , $2.00. Cures In
thirty days or money refunded. U. W.
Bchnoidor , Wl Now York Llfo building.
UUIIUOK 'Jroublei ,
EI.MIUA , N , Y. , May ' . ' 4. Mayor IX C. Hob.
Insou made nn assignment to the Elmlra
National bank , which closed Its doors yester
day , as a preferred creditor. Liabilities un
known , but may reach tlOO,00 , The run on
the Umlra Sa\lues bank continues , all sums
under 1100 being paid on demand.
Tomorrow , Umbrella * nml Wn h Drtu
WASH DRESS GOODS.
The letting down the prices tins cruised
Biich n rush in this department that wo
have been compelled to add extra help.
Satincs nro in great demand and going
lively at lOc , IGc nnd 23c yard. Fast
black eatino lOc , ] 2jc , 15c , 20o , 2T c , 30o
and & 5c yard , in fact the ladies tell us
that wo are the only house in Omahn
whore they can find anything Hko an *
assortment to select from.
Another ca oof Brandenburg cloth re
ceived today , on sale at 12Jc yard. Just
half the price others nsk. Thursday
you will have another clmnco to buy
nice dress gingham nt 3Jc yard , not for
an hour or two , but all day long , as long
as the quantity holds out.
Remnants of whlto checked nainsook
nt 2jc yard nro being carried away quick.
Haydcn Bros , arc headquarters on
wash goods. They' carry the largest
stock nnd mnko the lowest prices ; GO-in.
red bordered tnblo damask , the 40o
grade , now selling 23c yard ; So bleached
muslin now Cc yard ; English tennlsllnn-
ncl , worth Hoc , now on sale at 12o yard :
lOcoutintf flannel 5c yard ; Sl.CO linen lap
robes , now 7 c ench.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Tremendous slnghtcr of umbrellas und
parasols on Thursday. Realizing that
our stock is too largo , wo have dccidqd
to reduce it at once. If you arc in need
of ono , don't fail to attend this money-
81.00 umbrellas reduced to GOc.
$1.25 umbrellas reduced to 7Gc.
81.50 umbrellas reduced to Ob'c.
$2.50 umbrollns reduced to $1.50.
$3.00 umbrollus reduced to $1.08.
84.00 umbrellas reduced to $2.50.
$5.00 umbrellas reduced to $2.03.
SPECIAL SALE FOR LADIES.
1,000 Windsor ties , lOc each. The
largest stock of fancy neck wenr in the
city on snlo Thurbdny , Big bargains in
ribbons. No. C nil silk ribbons , 2c per
ynrd. Ladies' belts , Ic each. Fine
cream nnd whlto lace , 2c yard.
Stocpel 1'lnoe Loll.
Best investment offered you. Low
price ; easy payments , convenient local
ity. Thcso lots are selling. W. A. Wob-
'Bter , 402 Bee building.
LI1TLE ONES FKOM THE LONGK
School Children Kxainlno Kvcrytlilng nt
the Coliseum nnd Pronounce It All Good
Nearly 400 Nebraska boys and girls , pupils
nt the Long school , under the chaperonage
of Miss McChcanc , principal of the school ,
visited the Manufacturers exposition at the
Coliseum yesterday afternoon and a great
time the little folks nmdo of it. The cxhlbi
tlon is n big show , und it is doubt
ful If the adult visitors will over bo
able to see as much within those walls as
those merry pupils did yesterday. No thing
escaped them. They stood open mouthed
around the machinery plants that wcro
weaving Nebraska cotton ; they sampled
Nebraska made patent medicines and pro
nounccd them good , they ate
Nebraska grown nnd Nebraska prepared
pickles , drank Nebraska chicory , lounged
in Nebraska made carriages , to the disgust of
the overworked policemen , watched Ne
braska girls making shirts for Nebraska
men , saw Nebraska mud fashioned into
attractive earthcnwaro vessels by a Ne
braska potter , ute Nebraska candy made
from Nebraska sugar , got Nebrasica Hour alt
over their clothes from too Intimate as
sociatiou with exhibits in that line ,
spent just a . little tiino admir
ing the wondrous display of Nebraska
made soap , and did not get tired until every
body else had become exhausted hi explain
ing the exhibits to them. Then they did
their best to show their appreciation of the
courtesies extended. The machinery was
stopped and the ontlro school joined in sev
eral rousing choruses , winding up will :
three cheers for the exposition and its man
But the school children wore not the only
visitors. The attendance is increasing very
rapidly and yesterday afternoon and even
ing largo audiences were present. The ex
hibits surpass anything ever before at
tempted in the city and the managcmen' '
conlidently expects a larger attendance each
day. The exhibits are now all In shape.
For 40 years Cook's Extra Dry Impcrla
Champagne has stood the test for purity and
its delicious Uocjuet.
IO ItXTXSl ) THIS FLUVIi MARKET.
American Millers Moot to Devise n 1'lnn of
TOLEDO , O. , May 24. The Winter Wheat
Millers League of America is holding Its
first annual session hero today , with about
100 members fijom Ohio , Michigan , Indiana ,
Illinois nnd Kentucky. It is an organization
to work for an extension of the foreign mar
ket tov American flour , so that the ono-third
of the crop now exported as wheat shall bo
sent ns Hour. President M. II. Davis of
Shelby , O. , discussed this topic at length in
his opening address. Secretary E. E. Perry
read a number of communications from
American consuls in Kuropo and the West
Indies , cordially offering their services in
aldintr an extension of the foreign markets ,
and the report of the executive committee In
its meeting with the Central Trafilc associa
tion in Chicago at which a petition was pre
sented asking a 20-ccnt rate on flour cast-
bound , but which has not yet been acted
JTrlA'l" l'EtVl < ll IIADLV JIUHXED.
Gniollno Kijiloilcg In n Jtiuhvny Wreck
itIlli A\tful Jlumillg.
BniiLisaioxVis , , May 21. The north
bound train on the Wisconsin Central was
wrecked clnst night near Gray's Lako.
There -were some leaky gnsollno cars on the
train , from which the lluld spread over the
water on each side of the track , Some care
less poison droppeci a lighted match , from
which the gaEolino took lire and the 200 persons -
sons gathered lit the scene ran for their
lives. A number of them were terribly
burned , and cue of the section hands burned
Killed His Wile und Illmsolf.
GIIKEX BAY , Wls. , May 24. John Marto , n
market gardncr , early this morning cut Ills'1
wife's throat from car to ear and then went
out Into the woods and hanged himself , Ho
had abused her for a long time and jester-
day ftlio had began suit fora divorce.
The small majority Dean Lavrronco re
ceived for-blshop in the Massachusetts Epis
copal convention has caused some comment
Ho had b2 votes among the clergy when HI
wcro necessary for n choice , ami 75 votes
among the laity when CO wcro necessary-
giving I.lm a majority of 20 In both bodies ,
fao close n vote is not unusual , however ,
rlilllitis Brooks was chosen on the first bal
lot with 14 clerical nnd 16 lay majority , a
total majority of 80 j but Bishop Paddock , the
predecessor of Brooks , was chosen on the
third ballot nnd then ho had only 3 clerical
nnd 4 lay majority , a total majority of 7. So
Dean Lawrence's majority is nearly three
times as largo as Bishop Paddock's ' and two-
thirds as largo as Phillips Brooks' . This is
a good proof of the popularity of the new
bishop of Massachusetts.
It will bo remembered that several years
ago the prudential committee of the Ameri
can Board of Foreign Missions nt three dlf-
lercnt times rejected the application of Uov.
Mr. hoyes to bo appointed n missionary to
foreign , fields. The ground of objection to
Mr. Jxoycs was that ho believed the doctrine
of probation after death , Mr. Noycs after
ward * went to Japun as nn independent mis
sionary. He has since renewed his nppllcn-
tlon and tho. Independent solicited an ex
pression of onlulon of the corporate members
of the American board. The great majority
declare that the nnnUcatlon of Mr. Moves
should not bo grunted ,
IIAYDENS' TWO PURCHASES
A Line of Wool Dress Goods at Only lOo a
SILKS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE
The Tlclit Money Mnrkot Itrlnc * n Keneflt
to Omnlin People Urcus flondi Start
Tomorrow In Ono Lot
Bllki , 18o Yard.
THEY WANTED MONEY.
Wo didn't need the goods.
But wo couldn't
Resist the offer.
A largo wholesale house which was
badly crowded for money during the ro-
ccfit tight money mnrkot mndo us nn
ilfcr on a lot of dress goods. Wo wired
, hcm that wo would nccopt the offer if
.hoy would guarantee delivery by Junol.
There were 827 pieces in the purchase.
The llrst lot arrived yesterday nnd wo
tart a sale of thcso goods nt n uniform
ONLY IOC A YARD.
You can loll what they nro worth by
ooklng nt thorn , ns they are all stand
They consist of
38-Inch bedford cord.
10-Inch all wool chevrons.
42-Inch all wool nlbatross.
40-inch all wool plaids ,
38-inch whip cord.
22-inch wool challies.
40-inch all wool stripes and plaids.
Thcso goods como In a Inrgo line of
colors and are worth 35c , 05c per yard.
SILKS1 SILKS !
The silk snlo which began yesterday
is having a run.
It was another ono of these tight
money market purchase ?
Thcso prices do the talking :
25 pieces colored satins worth 40c per
yard , only lOc.
25 pieces India silk , solid colors , worth
35c yard , only 18c.
20 pieces 22-inch , plain colors , genuine
punjums , worth G5c ynrd , 30c tomorrow.
20 pieces 22-inch flno Habutal wash
silks , in solid colors , worth 75c , now only
50 pieces 24-inch solid colors hand-
woven washable habutai silks , worth 85c ,
100 pieces fancy India silks , 4-tor.o
printings , 22 inches wide ; beautiful designs -
signs ; quality never sold for less than
C5c , 3lc ) a yard.
300 pieces 22 , 24 and 27 inch widths in
printed Jap and china silks. The rain
bow tints of spring's prettiest Mowers
have been brought into service in thcso
silks and for quality you can find nowhere -
where in this city silks at $1.00 that will
approach them. C5c n yard.
500 pieces of 27-inch printed chinas ,
30-inch plain colored chinas , 24-inch
black gros grains , failles , Rhadzimors
Armurcs , 21-inch plain colored Failles
and Rhadp.imera. Thcso goods are all
worth when bought in the regular way
$1.50 , OSc.HAYDEN
A snap for some hotel man. See J. W.
Squiro'8 adv. in "Business Chances. "
A display and sale of art embroideries
from St. Louis Decorative Art society
will bo held at Millnrd hotel today.
Tariff for Itovonuo.
Detroit Tribune : The nresidcnt
walked the floor with an clastic stop.
"Hoko " ho exclaimed for
, , pausing a
moment in front of the flro place , "I am
congratulating myself. "
The secretary of the interior looked
"Yesvlloko , , " Mr. Cleveland con
tinued , "it seems as if kindly fate were
watching over mo all the timcf-l Really
I don't know what I should do if that
were not the case. Just listen , Hoke , to
what the Chicago platform says about
tariff reform. I never realized the
beauties of that tariff plank until now
"Your excellency ? "
"Please stop picking your teeth. You
annoy mo. It grates harshly upon mo
in this the season of my rejoicing.
Thank yon. Now listen to the words of
the Chicago platform. Hero they are
'Wo declare it to be a fundamental
principle of the democratic party that
the federal government has no consti
tutional power to impose nnd collect
tariff except for purposes of revenue
only. ' Just think of it , Hoke. Are you
thinking or only pretending ? "
"Thinking , your excellency. "
"You might as well , Hoko. You will
have to do more or less of it before the
administration is ovpr. Now just re
mark upon the beauties of that passage.
It is a remarkably equivocal declaration
nnd ono most admirably adapted to my
present needs. To borrow the popular
vernacular , Hoko it is a corker. Now , to
bo honest , can you place any doflnito
construction unon that plank ? ' '
"No . "
, your excellency.
The president chuckled.
"It really commits mo to nothing ,
then. Thnt is the basis for my self-
congratulation ; I talked much of tariff
reform before election much more , I
now know , than wns necessary. That
can't bo helped. But to hnvo this plank
in such a Hhnpo as to relieve mo from
the need of doing nnything whatsoever
in the line of reform is certainly happy
fortune , Hoko. "
The secretary of the interior started.
"Tho tarilT , Hoke , is a tremendous
subject. Perfectly tremendous. 1 am
thankful that I shall not bo forced to
tnuklo it. You hot your I moan you
may bo very certain of that-Hoko. "
Mr. Clove-land wus silent for several
minutes , ut the end of which time lie
again addressed the secretary of the in
"Your excellency. "
"If you have any other duties to at
tend to now is your time. "
The secretary of the interior left the
The Western Unitarian conference will
hold Us anniversaries at Unity church , Chicago
cage , next week. It is expected that the
leading clergymen of the denomination from
all parts of tl.o country will bo present. The
opening sermon will be preached 'lucsday
evening. May 10 , by Hev , S. M. Crothcrs of
St. Paul , Minn. The sessions of the various
societies connected witli the conference will
occupy the following t o days. Friday
morning and evening there will bo meetings
of Unitarian women under the auspices of
the World's congress auxiliary at the
memorial art palace.
FALCONEBS * 6 DAYS SALE
4th Day Onr Bendy Made Suits go on Sale
Tomonow 'Another Oaso
OF 25C AMD 30C GINGHAMS , IOC
20o Snlm MuU * - So lOc , lo nnd 20o
Cronm Wnth ) ( idoilt , 8c BOo mid OOo
lre ( looB , vlBo I'cri rd Genu
ine KftlKfcl Silks , 47 l-8o.
LADIES' SUITS $3.75.
All our Indies' mountain and seaside
$7,50 nnd $8.50 suits , tomorrow $3.75.
Thcso suits nro washable.
LADIES' SUITS $5.00.
All our Indies' washable Eton suits
that sold at $7.50 to $10.00 , tomorrow
$5.00. On thcso suits you cannot buy
the material for the price you can the
LADIES' SUITS AT $3.50.
All our $5.00 all wool Eton suits , and
positively thcso suits never wore sold at
less than $5.00 , nnd have been sold at
$0.75 , tomorrow all at $3.50 per suit.
ETON SUITS , $5.00.
All our $7.00 , $8.00 nnd $9.00 Eton
suits tomorrow $5.00. A bargain in every
suit purchased tomorrow.
SUITS AT $7.50.
All our $10.00 , $11.00 and $12.00 readymade -
made suits , tomorrow $7.50.
CHILDREN'S SUITS AT $2.00.
This is a splendid offer. Wo bought
about fifty $3.00 , $4.00 and $5.00. Wo will
soil them tomorrow at $2.00 per suit. Bo
sure and BCO thorn.
CHILDREN'S SUITS AT $3.76.
200 children's wash suits , choice ma
terials , now and stylish garments , $5.00 ,
$0.00 and $7.00 qualities , nt $3.75 ; you
cannot afford to pass them.
This six-day sale is a most complete
success ; never have wo given to our cus
tomers bettor values ; you can pick up
bargains in every department this week ;
don't allow anything to keep you away
from this great sale ; watch the papers
every day for our specials.
A line of aprons , all excellent value ,
nicely made , regular price 30c to 40c.
CORSETS , 50C.
W. C. C. summer corsets , all sizes ,
long and short , only 50c.
CORSETS , $1.10.
The I. C. cor&ot for tomorrow only
$1.19 , regular price $2.75.
N. B. FALCONER.
P. S. FALCONER'S TOKENABI
JARDENIERES WILL BE SOLD FRI
DAY AND SATURDAY AT ONE-
THIRD THEIR ACTUAL VALUE.
Largo and very beautiful for the lawn
or for decorating in the cemetery.
All jnrdeniercs worth $12.00 for $4.25.
Jardcnieres worth $0.00 for $3.00.
Jnrdoniores worth $0.50 for $2.50.
.Tnrdcniores worth $3.50 for $1.35.
.Tardcnieres worth $2.75 for $ U10.
.Tnrdoniurcs-worth $2.00 for OSc.
One hundred beautiful blue and white
Imnri jardenieres worth 81.00 for 38c
Size adapted for nny growth of plant.
N. B. FALCONER.
To Intending Travelers.
Intending travelers desiring to know
of the now , fast trains to the south ; of
the now , fnst'trains to the cast ; of the
new equipment nnd improved comforts
now offered by the Pennsylvania Short
lines from Ghicago , can obtain full par
ticulars by uulliuguipoii the ticket agent
of nny connecting line in the west or
northwest , or by addressing II. R. Der-
ing. assistant gQnernl passenger agent ,
nt 248 Clark street , Chicago. After a
visit to the World's fair , a trip to the
east or south can bo pleasantly made
over either of the Pennsylvania Short
S10 Excursion to Slicrldun , Wyo. 810.
Tuesday , May 30 , the Burlington Route
will sell excursion tickets to Sheridan ,
Wyo. ( good to return until Juno 5) ) , nt
the very low rate of $10.00 for the round
trip. Tickets will bo ucceptcd for pas
sage on train No. 5 , leaving Omaha at
10:15 : a. m. , May 30 , and arriving at Shor-
iunn at 3:30 : p. in. , May 31.
Through sleeping car , Omaha to Sher
Returning , special train leaves Sher
idan Friday evening1. Juno 2 , reaches
Omaha Saturday evening , Juno 3. Tick
ets will bo honored on this train and
also on regular returning trains.
This is an unequalea opportunity of
visiting the coming metropolis of the
Newer Northwest , and you will do well
to avail yourself of it. The city ticket
agent , at 1324 Farnnm street , will gladly
give you full information.
It Costs .11 ore
to stay homo , than to take advantage o
the Burlington $10 excursion to Sheri
dan , Wyo. , Tuesday , May 30.
Ask the city ticket agent at 1324 Far-
nnm street for further particulars ,
Drexel Hotel , I0th& Webster , 1 blk from
Mo.Pao. & Elk. depot. Nat. Brown , prop.
In KfTect May as.
Remember that the now service on
the Nickel Plato road goes into of
feet May 28. Through trains between
New York , Boston and Chicago. No
change of sleeping cars. Superb dining
cars. Three fast trains in each diree
"Tho Madison , " ( family hotel ) , 21st
and Chicago. Transients $2.00 per day.
TIIK HEAI.TV MAIIKKT.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record May 24
V O I.antrv and wlfo to Onmlm and
Fidelity f.onn and Trust Co , lot 1 ,
hlock CO , rioronco . , , . $ 601
H U Harder to T O Vnnllnrcn. lot 3 ,
block 4 , JIurlliiKton 1'luco . 400
Harold Gilford nnd wlfo to N r C'or-
nlsli , lot.1llnck ) 8. Omaha Vlow. . . . 1,000
J M Illiinclmrd and husband to Pat
rick Micoliy , lot 4 , block 130 , Boulh
Onniliu. . , . - . Otl
A K Hallock toO HGIllburn , lot 11.
hlock 2 , Portland Place . COO
M M Isli to llomtlo Adams , lot 7 ,
block 10 , JIlBliJarrt i'liicu . . . . 0,000
Edwin Human utinl to 1'otcr AKosson ,
loUl. block 3'lUvprsluo add . . 120
1'utcr Altessoa nnd wlfo to tiunuiel
Hamilton. Bnmo. . . . . . . . . . jog
Horutlo Autmib'and ' to M 11 Isli.
lots 83 and 84'iTorruco add . 0,000
QUIT : Cf.AlM IEU)3.
I'rnnk Murphy to A K Toozcr. lot 3 ,
Dlock 107J4 , Omaha. . . , * . . . . j
Ilnllou IlunkliiiL'o toWobator llossoy.
lots I'J and W , block 7 , Onmlm
O J Ilurbor to A'J and M E llutcher , a
HBj ; tool lotsia and 14 , block 2 ,
Itodlck I'urk . . 70
Same to Charles J Haruer , same . 7.
Total amount of transfers. , , , . t 16,80 !
The ouly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Homes 4o Years the Staudard.
IIAYDENS' ' SHOE SALE
Gutting Down the Shoo Stock The Prices
Are Doing It.
THURSDAY AND ALL THIS WEEK
New Sprlnu Good * at Fully One-Third OIT
llielr Actual Vntua Tnn Shoes for
Une-llnlr of Shoo Store Priced
Lnillc ' , Children' * and Men' * .
Wo pvit on enlo Thursday n now lot of
Thomas Plant's make $4.5U Inn bluchers
ori.4o. : This is the ladles World's '
ir shoo , much cooler and will not show
" 00 pairs ladies' $1.75 russet Oxford
, lcs at $1,25 n pair.
Fiold-Thayor's $ .1.150 make ladles' ' fine
jhichor inco shoo nt $2.85 n pair ; the
.ntcst . styles.
Little-Maxwell $2.r > 0 make ladies' flno
dongola shoes nt $ l.7f > a pair.
LADIES' OX1TOKD TIES.
Thursday wo put on wile a Inrpo lot
of Little-Maxwell's $2.50 mnko ladles'
cloth top nnd hand turned Oxford ties
it 81.75 n pair. Every pair warranted.
If they rip in the seams wo sow them for
Amnztcn < fc Haley's $3.00 make Indies'
flno cloth top , hand turned Oxford tics
J. H. Swan's $1.75 make , misses' flno
dongola kid , patent tip shoes at $1.20 a
120 pairs misses' tan button $1.75 shoes
nt 81.25 n pair.
Thursday on sale :
D Children's 8 > l.y. > doncrola patent tip
shoos nt $1.08 n pair.
II. C. GODMAN'S $1.75 make , chil
dren's russet shoes , at $1.25 a pair.
Children's $1.25 Oxford tics nt OSc n
Thursday on sale :
Men's flno HAND WELT tan bluch
ers SJ.50 shoes at $11.35 n pair.
Men's $3.50 natural kid oxford ties at
$2,75 u pair. Wo also continue to sell J.
H. Tilt's $4.00 hand welt shoos nt $3.00.
Every pair warranted.
Men's $3.50 cordovan fhocs at $2.40 a
In boys' shoes wo oiler you great bar
Thursday wo sell boys' $1.75 button
shoes at $1.30 a pair. Sfocs 2 to 5J.
Youths' $1.50 button shoes at $1.20 n
pair. Sizes 12 to 2.
IIAYDEN BROS' . ,
Dry goods and shoes.
Reserved scnts for Father Sherman's
lecture at Exposition ball Thursday
evening , now on snlo at Kinsler's drug
The Manufacturers' exposition is open
from 10 a. in. until 10:30 : p. in.
The attendance at the Manufacturer's
exposition is increasing.
The actual work of Manufacturing
goods is carried on at the exposition.
A visit to the exposition will bo a
revolution to these unfamiliar with the
development of Nebraska's manufactur
Do not fail to attend , the , Manufactur
ers' exposition this uf tcrnoon or evening.
The Manufacturers' exposition is Open
day nnd night , Sundays cxcopted.
FAVORS A MARKET HOUSE.
Council Committee AVIII Itcpnrt In Fnvur
of Taking ; Immediate ) Action.
The special committee of the council on
market house has prepared Its report , and it
will bo submitted at the next meeting of the
council. If the recommendations of the
committee are concurred In but little time
will elapse before the city will have a tem
porary market house on Capitol avenue , be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets , nml
a space for the hucksters between Eleventh
The committee urges that 1,000 bo appro
priated from the general fund for the pur
pose of constructing of corrugated Iron a
temporary market house , and that a commit
tee of live bo named to" ureparo the neces
sary ordinances and rules regulating the
market house , the hours and days it shall
run , the rent to bo charged for the stalls ,
and all other matters pertaining to a well
regulated market place , and that bids be ad
vertised for for its construction.
Piles of people have pues , ut Dewitt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them.
Facilities far Traveler ) ) .
The Nickel Plato road offers superior
facilities to the traveling public : , the
improved service taking olTcct May
28. Ko change of sleeping cars be
tween Now York , Boston nnd Chicago
in either direction. Superb dining cars
botwecn Buflnlo and Chicago in both di
rections. Trains leave BulTulo 5:50 : a.
m , , 32:05 : , noon , 11:25 : p. in. Trains
leave Chicago 7:35 : n. m. , 2:30 : p. m. , 9 : 0
p. in. All trains run seven days a week.
The spring remedy that is
better than nil otheis is
Thousands have been en fed
by it. Physicians use and iccf
We luvc 5t >
Try u bottle.
r < r. an. Battorfield , drujglst , 720Soutir.lOtli
HAVE YOU EVER KNOWN
Tbit the Original Roll Collar Is our
High In lock ; low in front. A desirable ar
ticle of apparel for the present season.
CuUETT BBBBBBIOOON & CO.
BRAND S6e W\J DHANDBOc.
Always In the lead In the Sblrt Line Is the
MONARCH. A Trustworthy Garment and a
CliUHTT , COOpl & CO ,
Would be a queer nnme to give to summer shirts
and drawers , we know , but it Is suggested to us at
this moment by the recollection of the old saying
about being "ns cool as a cucumber. " And-Isn't
that Just the way that you want to feel during the approaching
preaching hot weather , of which the increasing
temperature of the past week has been a "gentle
reminder ? " Of course it Is. And here we remind
you of what a large portion of the most thoughtfu
people are carrying off from our counters every day
in the shape of Balbrlggan unclershir.ls and drawers
at the following prices :
"Spring Moss" ( fine , soft and cool ) , at 20c ,
"Grotto Shade" ( an clegantcombed yarnat ) 25c.
"Old Cold" ( smooth and refreshing ) , at 40c.
"Heather Mixture" ( silken finish and fancy ribbed
cuff ) , at 45c.
Besides the underwear , and equally desirable
both for quality and price , are some kindred lines of
goods which will be appreciated by persons who
are looking for hot-weather comfort , which we
quote briefly as follows :
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS , cool and serviceable , a full
line in all styles , and at our usually low prices.
SUMMER NECKWEAR in Four-in-Hands , Tecks-
Bows and Puffs , fit for Ward McAllister and his set ,
at 5c , lOc , I5c and 2Oc-
FAST BLACK HALF HOSE , very nice , lOc.
And don'i forget our extensive assortment of Tan
and Russet Shoes , including low Oxford Ties , at
$1.00 and $1.25 , and high styles at $2.25 , $2.5O and
If you are goibg to
present- nothing cotild Tbe more
than seine of tliG
thousands of silver
181G JDoug./as / Street , Omaha , Nob.
Tlieomlnnntspoclnllitln norvnin chronic , prlrati. blood. i an ! urlnnrr dloiisi. Ara ilir nil
rCBlsturo < t wv4H v " * _ ! _ . " , _ .llplom t . . _ , . _ i. . . nlo3rtl . , _ ! . . 3Uoi , * . - will til .r. Ixtlll troillnj with tin ra
private , _ _ . . .
mid utampfor circular.
PROTECT AND IMPROVE YOUR SIQHT ,
Our Spectacles and Eyeglasses Are the Besl | . "
EYES TESTED FREE , SATITODIH G'JAIUHTSED '
J , F. POPEMgr. OMAHU OPTICAL CO , , 222 S , lOfi St. itor iloi'sLV fc
THE MERCANTILE CIGAR , BETTERTHAN EVER !
* rl. , of He finest ciinllty | of lln > nuii Tub ii-ro Hint can 1 < , 'joiiplit. K < | .uil In rvury rciiK-rt i tlui
-.Ifurs. Mnnufact.red by if. II HICK MKKCVlKl'l J.I ! ClOAUlfAL-iOltY. fat.Lo lf
Only the Boat
HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY ,
AT POPULAR PRICES ,
313-315-31 ? South 15tt ! Strait ,
IB umorpa8 oJ In till
UettmcLt of uu
und Oliordoi of Win
\Vrlto for elrc lat4
nuil quoilton litt frpn.
14tb ami K runm BU ,
Wo will Rjvo you
nti J icll you tlio finest of
at jrroRlly reduced prlcoi.
Wino and "Liquor Co , ,
116-118 S , I61H nne
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