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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1902)
TITE OMAIIA DAILY HEE. SUN DAT, OCTOBER 20, lfvft.
IN THE DOMAIN Of WOMAN.
GOW!l FOR THE HOHE SHOW.
Hew York's "mart Set rreparln for
Faanlon'a tireat Occasion.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. Beauty will more
than ever rival the Beast at the coming
New York horse show, an occasion which
largely aettlea. If it does not originate, win
ter styles. In truth. If the shop opeDlnirs
are any indication, fair woman will win the
rate, as the equine charmer must depend
chiefly upon heaven for adornment. On the
other hand, Europe, Asia and Africa (and
other countrlea too numerous to mention)
have all lent their aid for tbo glorification
Of the female form divine.
Magnificent Is the only word for the Im
poitcd gowns shown on all sides. Sweeping
trains abound, and on the thinnest textiles
velvet, cloth and fur may be seen, these
trimmings applied in many Intricate and
novel ways. What astounds the casual ob
server Is that many winter frocks for high
afternoon occasions are entirely In dia
phanous materials. In other words, you
can look through them, so to speak, but
after the eye has pierced the outside loveli
ness it falls upon a silk lining solidly
For tistance, a wonderful gown of bright
blue chiffon (the blueing shade) bung over
petticoat just the color of the sea, bands
t shaded blue and green forming a deep
bias foot border. These glinted and shaded
! through a "daylight" border on the chiffon
skirt, huge open roses madn of green and
I blue embroideries and outlined with change
i able sequins.
I Another very unusual frock was of roffee
brown chiffon, with a few vast orals of
blonde lace In the same shade, inclosing a
! rose half red, half brown, painted on the
' chiffon. Dorders of the brown blonde decked
f the cape collar of 'the blouse bodice, which
I showed four of the lace framed pictures.
1 Still another radiant chiffon frock was In
t black and white the smoky trails of the
I design fading to the palest gray. Narrow
' edges of brown sable ornamented this love
liness, which showed Insets of white blonde
and a painted stock and girdle ot pink and
Everywhere one sees these charming silks
used for the touching up of more somber
materials, though only the least bit ot them
is brought In when they are employed as
trimming. Again there will be an entire
jacket In some gaily flounced silk, the model
taking the shape, of the close-fitting Louis
designs. One such In pale blue with ma
jenta rosebuds accompanied a skirt In the
new brownish-yellow lace.
A trained lace skirt Is almost a necessity
this winter, if one would follow the ultra
fads of the season, and with their look of
luxury they create an effect of the most
The pelerine shoulder capes are also soft
ening in tendency, and the chenille fringes
used on some ot the frocks deliclously old
tlmey. Indeed with our flowing and puffed
sleeves, our tippets and blonde laces it
looks as If we are going back to the fash-
Ions of 1830. The side curl we have already
embraced, and hats only need to be smaller
to suggest In many cases the flat plates ot
the long ago.
But to return to the subject in hand, the
Horse Bhow, which pageant of sport and
fashion will soon begin. According to tbe
best people, the makers for the rich and
Jorty, there Is to be a marked difference be
tween the afternoon and evening toilettes.
These last will run to what the French call
clalr effects, something, light in color or
pure white, with the restriction that in no
case will any sort of a decollettage be al
lowed. That is o say, by good taste, for of
course the Horse Show authorities won't
put you out if you happen to appear with
an men or two or bare neck. Then sleeves
must be long, and elbow length gloves must
cover every speck of the lower arm. for by
ucu irmcs win tne elect be known from
The elaborate gowns described have all
been Imported for Horse Show evening wesr,
which will include long coats of white or
A daxzllng coat of ivory cloth showed
raised embroideries of chenille huge clus
ters of purple grapes and leaves; tha lining
as In the same royal color, the coat a
three-quarter box shapo with wide sleeves.
An odd coat model had the bottom out
to bang with a curious unevenness. Pale
bisque cloth was the material of this smart
wrap, which was lined with a soft silk In
the same delicate.tan. At each side of the
loose front were clusters of pleats, held
down by stitched bands. The three-quarter
Sleeves were entirely In pleats, with stitched
pieces holding the tops In snugly and the
' Ptctaroaque "leaves.
Mora and more picturesque become
sleeves every dsy, though the puffed model,
which fits the top of the arm very closely
asd bulges hugely at the bottom, is still tbe
With loose coats, and especially those for
evening wear, sleeves are unusually flowing,
with straight turnback cuffs mors or less
wide. The collar of the coat matches these,
the band running klmona fashion to the
dgrs of tbe garment.
A gown seen for afternoon Horsa Show
wear combined a stunning fur tippet with
pastel gray cloth. The shoulder porttou
of the tippet was made of a heavy white
guipure over wadded white satin. Border
ing this, low over the arms, was a band
of Siberian gray squirrel, the pelerine fin
ishing with wide stole ends tipped with
sable tails. The cloth gown In attendance
was of a surpassing simplicity; Its only
ormmeDt some wide tucks bordering the
skirt and open sleeves.
Dearer In price, though simpler In style
than the squirrel pelerine, was one of
minerva (baby ermine) shown over a white
cloth frock. A lovely wax lady sported
this and the glass cage which surrounded
her revealed the fact that her fineries were
of an expensive nature.
Matching her minerva neck piece was a
huge soft muff of the same and a white
velvet touque, with a minerva crown and
white aigrette, topped her auburn locks
Auburn hair Is not nearly so fashionable
as It once was, so one wondera why the
wax ladles so persistently wear It. Fatrlck
Campbell black Is the thing, and coming
across a young woman in wax with inky
vers, and the same
shaped the girdle.
Many velvet gowns ara seen, some ot
them, both In black and color, a little too
Jetted and spangled for good taste. But
when trimmed with plain cloth they ara
eminently desirable, and since some ot the
English velveteens might almost pass for
the real thing a velvet dress seems possible
The revived style of using narrow bands
of fur on cloth is eloquently suited to the
richly tinted drabs In vogue. For Instsnce,
a smart little gown of coral pink cloth was
trimmed with narrow rows of brown sable,
the bordering the simply-gored skirt, wide
sleeves, and a little shoulder cape. Borne
sort of a deep collar or caps effect dis
tinguished many of the French toilettes, on
a number of which a coarse wash lace sug
gestive of crochet is used. When the frock
is white this dentelle course matches, for it
never varies in color from the gown. One
white cloth costume possessed a treasure In
lace an odd guipure sort of wear, with
right side tends to set and Harden the
muscles on that side and to harden the
features. To the experienced era the very
complexion of the right side of the face
differs from the left, the bone framework
of the muscles coming nearer the surface,
to show their substsnce, In a measure,
through tha skin, so changing In appear
ance tbe outer color of tbe face.
WO THE DOCTOR'S FR.1ISK.
Feminine Intellect .Not Always the
Most Essential Qaallty.
"I got another glimpse of the 'eternal
femlns' recently," said a Washington
physician to a reporter, "and I shall never
again express surprise that men ot ad
mitted intellect should marry women who
are not their mental equals. Among my
patients for the last few weeks in fact,
until he died was a man of remarkable
ability and character. The case had been
In the hands of another doctor, and when t
took charge I saw that there was little
hope of recovery. The Illness was com
plicated, and, I will confess, difficult to
diagnose, and It was not until shortly be
fore the fatal termination that all the
"The patient's wife was a little woman,
whom one could beat describe by the term
'sweet.' I never saw greater devotion dis
played In the sick room. Her anxiety waa
pathetic, her watchful care unceasing, and
I grew to look up to her. ' But I never
dainty separate jrslst and a model thst Is
ss pretty ns It Is simple Is formed entirely
of net laid In wide l.!e plaits, with a deep
yoke and stock of fugotting. For a ynuns;
girl a bloust of this sort is particularly ap
propriate. White wool hats are very prominent
among tbe samples of fall and winter mil
linery. There are two steles, one of very
fine velvety French felt, the other of white
camel's hnir, to correspond with suits of
the same rough aurfnre. and with slbcllne,
boucle cloth and similar hairy weaves.
Tailor-made costumes of military blue
elbellne have the blouse bodices trimmed
with rows of flat bullion and expensive but
tons of gold Hnd blue enamel. Suits In
silver-blue faced cloth are sllk-stltched and
finished with slot wnma, or again they
have mlnk-trlmmcd l.ouls XV Jackets with
vests of Persian brocade that show color
mixtures of blue, red, fawn, brown and
For and Aboat Women.
Miss Mary Morton, youngest daughter of
Levi P. Morton, devotes most of her time
and income to caring for the unfortunate
children of New York City.
The composer Anton Dvorak's daughter,
Magda. haa Just made her debut as a singer
In H urinary, and is said to hnve so much
talent that she will soon be heard In the
Mrs. Walter Ferrler of Orange, N. J., has
been appointed president of the division of
Illinois of tbe international Sunshine so
ciety and will shortly go to Chicago to as
sume her duties.
There are now In the T'nlted States forty
five feminine locomotive engineers and fire
men and seven female conductors. Add to
these thirty-one brakemen or, to be cor
rect, brakewomen ten baggage women.
It was a woman who invented the tack
puller, which is now so widely used In this
SOME OV THE FASHIONABLE GOWNS MADE FOR NEW TORK'S HORSE SHOW,
coiffure, I welcomed her as a woman ot
"And Paris your gown comes from, my
dear?" I said to her, for there was no
doubting tha cunning which could achieve
such superlative simplicity.
Azure silk soils was its foundation sub
stance, with this blue silk embroideries,
"lingerie" tucks (something very fine) and
a bodice drawstring ot black chiffon with
lace ends. This ran through . a narrow
entredeux of brown-yellow lace, a similar
'band bordering the tucked upper portion
ot tha sleeves. The yoke was likewise and
on the embroidered skirt flounce, attached
with tucking, there was another lace band.
This wax lady showed as much' sophisti
cation in ber headgear as in her frock and
coiffure. Her bat was what the matinee
girl might call "a perfect love" a very fiat
shape made almost entirely of green velvet
grape leaves. Bunches of the white and
blue fruit massed it evenly at the two sides.
Still a third wax lady another beauty
of the glass cage aristocracy; for there are
classes even In wax people, you know
wore a velvet frock, deep plum in color and
spotted scatterlDgly with white. Narrow
blasts of plum cloth trimmed this effect
ively, the btnds shaping on the skirt a novel
border and blp yoke. This stylishly imitated
a tall for th bodice, which, likewise
trlmmsd with the cloth, opened over a white
lace vest with a bunchy cravat. White
panne, worked with gold, covered the re-
Are Unequalled In
DESIGN ArtUtla oroamenUtioo, be at of outline And
FINISH fimootho U cAUtt4-, ptrfect fittings mi nickeled
CONVENIENCE The many labor-Mr leg devices which
muka Uicir ua a plooann.
lOONOMY-Hcwntifio eouatruction that secures bast results
with lvatt fu.-l.
DURABILITY Lasting quality rendering few repairs necessary.
Evsry OAKLAND" Sold with a WritUii Guaranty by
Leading, Merchants Throughout the Country.
- Prices ruts fraa II Is $5. Sals sy PrormaiYe Steve Mcrcautt Everywhere,
Mads only by The Michigan Stove Company,
Largest Makers of Stoves and Kaegei in the World.
for tj Milton Rogers & Sons Co 1 14th and Farnam Streets-
huge bunches of raised grapes banging
from a leaf-wreathed trellis more delicately
Most of the new trimmings run to Bac
chantlc emblems, as If the ghost ot Omar
had risen in a new place. When the grape
embroideries are done In chenille they seem
a fairy fruit, and tha velvet bunches for
hats look almost edible. Oh, well might we
sing with Omar the hymn of tha grape, for
never did nature suggest to woman more
One wonders almost wbllo looking at
these artificial delicacies why Eve was so
stupid as to choose the flg leaf for tbe first
garment. Orape leaves with ends ot the
vine for sashes would have made a prettier
oversklrt, and think how we would love to
picture her with purple bunches In her hair!
Imported millinery displays, upon close
examination a carelessness of sewing which
undoubtedly has to do with the effects
gained. Flowers, velvet, lace and ribbon
seem literally flung together, tbe whole pro
ducing a look which Is French and nothing
Again, some vast, shirred velvet shapes
have a deliclously home-made air, as it one
were too poor to get the boughten thing.
These sre mammoth scoops, the sides roll
ing up very high and a clumsy back piece
running down over tbe hair. Tbe airy and
unmistakable French touch comes in with a
lace drapery put on In various ways at the
front and sides, but always with dangling
ends behind. MAKY DEAN.
SOME HAVE TWO FACES.
Marked Difference Noted In tha Sides
of a Woman's Face.
It Is a physiological fact that the two
sides of a woman's face are seldom in
agreement. It would be, perhaps, un
charitable to call the sex Janus-faced, but
notwithstanding the fact remains that a
person viewing but one aide of a fair one's
face has no conception of what the other
side looks like. One side shows certain
characteristics which the other does not,
and each contradict the other.
The left side is nearly always tbe prettier,
although it would take a very keen eye to
discern any difference, but it is worth
while to remember this when posing for
The cause of this difference in tbe two
sides of the face is explained by scientists,
who tell us what wa already know that
the brain is made up In two sections, or
hemispheres, as they ara called. Those
sections operate quite differently because
of the varied functions they perform. The
hemisphere on tha right has to do with the
physical life; that on tha left Is concerned
with the mental qualities. As the brain Is
in close communication with all parts of
the body, it la natural to understand that
its workings ran be easily read once its
effect on any given muscle is understood.
Tha physiognomists bsve learned to read
these muscles. Ordinary folk cannot go so
deeply Into the subject; they simply look to
nod tha result of muscular development In
the face. Through the varied and different
workings of the two brain sections tbe
facial muscles are developed or retarded la
For example, the physical characteristics
of the right hemisphere of the brain pro
duce sn effect on tbe right side of tha face
much more quickly than the workings of
tbo left hemisphere. This tffsct oa the
could explain to ber what was the matter
with her husband, although after I really
found out I made the most earnest efforts
to do so.
" 'How Is he today, doctor?' she would
say in the most pathetic fashion. The
first time she put the query I went into
details by way of explanation.
" 'The danger from pneumonia bas dimin
ished to a certain extent,' I said, 'but from
the heart action I notice certain symptoms
of carditis, which give very little grounds
tor hope.' Then I would go on and explain
the trend of the disease, so simply, I
thought, that a child could understand it.
When I concluded sho nodded intelligently
and said in a manner so pathetically sweet
that my heart went out to her: -
" 'I understsnd. But, doctor, how do
you think he is?'
"I groaned inwardly and made some
reply, holding out little hope, and never
again attempted to go into details. But as
I watched her during the trying days until
the end came I forgot all her failure to
comprehend my explanation. I forgot every
thing. In fact, except that I was a witness
of that wonderful depth of affection of
which the feminine nature alone Is capable,
and it would have made no difference to
ma tf she had not been able to say her
alphabet. I honored ber as my equal, if not
Frills of Pashlou.
Jeweled barettes are extremely fashion
able, pearl setting having the preference.
Knitted four-in-hands of vivid green silk
or wool are worn with red golf sweaters.
A new design In belt buckles ahows tur
quoise In oblong shape framed in oxidized
The sibellnes and vicunas are particularly
attractive this season, and some becoming
tailor suits have been made from them.
Coats of white hair seal and Russian
pony skin are considered the most appro
priate and serviceable for motor wear in
Exceedingly dulnty are the corset bags of
moire or peau de sole In delicate colorings
decorated with clusters of tlowera hand
That old faahloned shade known as ashes
of roses Is seen among the latest displays
in silk pettlfoats. Embroidery in pale blue
Introduces an effective color note.
Crescent shaped pins for catching the
short hairs at the back are enjoying con
siderable vogue und white, pink, amy and
ocasionally black pearls are utilised for
their embellishment. ,
Amethyst and plum shades are conspic
uous in velvets and satins and berceuse la
the name of a delicate shade of old rose.
Hibiscus and pevolne represent variations
of crimson and scarlet.
The use of white satin, fur, gold braid,
laces and Russian guipure medallions la
again a feature of cloth and velvet gowns,
ai.d handaome coats of various kinds for
afternoon calls, receptions, matinees, etc.
An Englishwoman has patented a new
baby car hummock. This is a combination
between a cradle and a perambulator,
which takes up very little room, obviates
all Jarring and Jolting and at the same
time la sn made that a child lying on it Is
completely protected from cold air and
alika Anna Hvosley of Chrlstianla, Nor
way, Is now In this country. Misa Hvosley
Is au advocate of the woman suffrage move
ment and she eays that few nations are
more In sympathy with that movement
serve as a depuration for modish shell hair
Mme. Nordics, the opera etlnger. Is mis
tress of the ungentle art of punching u
bag. This Is a dally exercise with her, as
she considers that it gives opportunity fur
all neccssury muscular training and sub-
itttlon of adlpoeie tissue. Tha punching
iag Is a compromise. Hlie desired to leant
be xing. but it was pointed out to her that
an accidental blow on the neck or chest,
even with soft gloves, might wreck her
Vt al career.
Whit bruastls net makes aa exceedingly
than hers. Considerable reform legislation
has been enacted and the Norwegian
Woman's Rlphts society has been in exist
ence since ISM. Miss Hvosley la on tne edt
torial staff of on Influential Chrlstianla
paper, drawing a handsome salary.
Barbara Kolb, a servant In the employ of
a Chicago family, is the champion domestic
or the i iinen mates, ana at me last meet
ing of the Old Settlers' association she waa
awarded a gold medal, and likewise pre
sented with a certificate of M. D., In this
instance the Initials standing for "master
domestic," instead of the more familiar
medical title. For forty years Miss Kolb
has served one family, and In an interview
on "The Servant Question" she Is credited
with this comment: "It Is the domestic
oulte as much as the mistress who makes
or mars the home, snd I believe that tho
aervant srlrls of America have a mission to
perform; it Is their duty to elevate the
standard of the kitchen. Instead of band
lng themselves together for the purpose of
securing more so-cauea privileges, tney
wrnld do better to form a union for the
purpose of developing tha many privileges
threw n in their way.
Things Worth Knowing;.
Before washing red table linen add a
little borax to tho water.
Black calico will look like new if rinsed
In veVy strong bluing water.
Potatoes that are peeled an hour In ad
vance of conking time and allowed to stand
In cold water will never turn dark after
The long bread sticks that are now to be
had at all fi rst-class bakeries are Improved
by being placed for a few minutes in a
warm oven before sending to the table.
Bath bags are easv to make and Inexpen
sive as well. A yard of cheese cloth is suf
ficient for half u dozen. Fill with bran,
powdered orris loot and rastlle soap shav
ings and use as a sponge.
A mattress mat serviceable and easily
made is fashioned from lightweight un
bleached muslin In two layers, with a sheet
of wadding between. Quilt the mat on the
machine and bind with colored tape.
A housewife with a penchant for the fra
grance of orris root Is said to place a piece
of the root In the bottom of the boiler on
wash day. The delicate odor clings to the
clothes even when they are dried, ironed
Cold water and eosp enn he used with
satisfactory results as a cleansing material
on all kinds of highly polished furniture,
provided It is followed by anpther washing
with clear water and rubbed dry with a
The blankets and scarfs in use among the
Mexicans are many of them as line in
weave and beautiful In coloring us the
much prised Nvajo runs. They are lighter
In weight, however, snd therefore avail
able only for couch covers, portieres and
Foster effects are conspicuous In the new
wallpaper designs from foreign sources. A
mjilre pattern shows a frlexe In which tho
poster girl reigns supreme, while another
design represents cherries on a faln-lc back
ground and a little poster boy in the frieze
picking the fruit.
Marking Irk stains may be removed from
linen by the application of a mixture ion
slntlng of a pint of rain water in which a
teaspoonful each of oxalic acid and lemon
Juice has bevn dissolved. When the ink
spots have disappeared wash out the stain
mixture In clear cold water.
A home-made rough syrup that Is highly
recommended calls for the Juice of one
lemon, half a stick of licorice pounded
tine, a tablesjMionf ul of glycerine and a
couple of ounces of good brandy. Bottle
and shake well, so hs to thorotiKhly blend
the Ingredients. One to two teaspoonfuls
Is the dose.
A cork t.'trpet may be kept clean and In
good condition by using the following mix
ture: Put into a bottle equal parts of vine
gar, turentlne, methylated spirit and lin
seed oil ami shake It all well together. Rub
this well ull over the carpet with a pad of
cloth or something of the kind, polishing it
well afterward with a clean cloth.
A few drops of oil of lavender In a silver
bowl or ornm:nevl dish of some kind, half
tilled with very hot wster, and set in tiie
dining room Just before dinner la served,
gives a delightful and Intangible freshness
to the atmosphere of the apartment. If the
room Is amall this method of frcaheuliig
the atmosf hers U (ertlcularly effective,
Stops all Achtt
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to 8 wan won RhaumaUr Pura
Co.. Chit afrA.antl ou will b
acni bottle of DROPS'
. -to- ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City. Si. L culs,
Jcplin, Carthage, Webb City-
to ths mining districts ot Missouri and Arkansas and ths gas belt of Kansas,
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
Elegant high back coaches and free reclining cbalr cars on all trains. .
Elegant electric lighted sleepers.
Very lpw one way and round trip rales the first and third Tuesday ot
each month, to numerous points in tbe southeast, south and southwest.
Winter tourist tickets on sale daily after November 1st, to the various re
sorts in the south snd southeast. , ,
CITY TICKET OFFICES S. E. Cor. Nth and DtuflasSts.
THOS. F. GODFREY, Taas. snd Ticket A.t.
It. C. TOWSiSE.ND, CHAS. E. STYLES,
;. P. Jb T. A., St. I-ools, Mo. A. C. P. A., Kansas City, Mo,
Dr. Burkharfs Wonderful Offer.
The whole world pays tribute to Dr.
Burkharl's Vegetable Compound aa the
purest, cheapest and best remedy for the
cure of Rheumatism, MalarlH. Stomach and
All Kidney Diseases, Catarrh, Tired Keel
ing in the Morning, Poor Appetite, Sour.
Bick or floated Stomach and LaGrippe. ll)
clitvs' trial free. All druggists.
I)K. W. t). IllHHHAHT, Cincinnati, O.
A SKIN OP BEAUTY IS A J0V FOREVER
kR.T. FELIX G0L RAID'S ORIENTAL
CREAM, OR MAGICAL BLAUTIFIER.
Removes Tan. Pimples,
Yncklrm. Math Patches,
Raiil and Bkm Uia-
(PtaM, and ery
m i4 AftflH detection.
It baa atuod tl.e teat
of fllty-Ova yeara,
and la o barmleaa
wa laeta It to be
aura 11 la prupeny
Louut'rfell ol toil-
Ur name. vr. u.
A. Bara aaia 10 a
l.dy ut ie uaui-
luu (a oat lent):
"As you ladies will ute them, I recom
mend OOUllALD B CREAM' as the least
harmful o hII the skin preparations. tor
aula by all druK.lbti. and fancy goods deal
ers In tho U. 8. and Europe.
FEHU. T. Hol'KlNa, Prou'r,
37 Great Jones St.. N. Y.
I. not ths peer, but the superior
f,u.lun. trade ChsmDaCivt,
Its purity is assured. Its aroma uiw
excelled. It has ht corns Umous s-
UUM at dtSCrVU et
CLE WAN f ADS Produce RESULTS
- Or ,
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given In glass
ot Water, tea, or coffee without patients
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or de
stroy the diseased appetite for alcoholio
stimulants, whether the patient Is a con
firmed Inebriate, u "tippler," social drinker
or drunkard. Impossible for anyone to
have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after
UBlng Whits Ribbon Remedy,
laiiurard by Jlfluberi of W, O, T, V.
Mrs. Moore, press superintendent of Wo
Diua t Christian Temperanoe Union, Ven
tura. California, writes: "1 have tested
White Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate
drunkards, and the cures have been many.
In many cases tha Remedy was given sa
cetly. I cheerfully recommend and (ndores
Wliltu Ribbon Remedy. Members of our
Union sre delighted to find an economical
treulinent to aid us ill our temperance
Iirusglsts or by mall. fi. Trlsl package
free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend for
Jars oecretai y of a Woman's Christian
Temperarce Union), 211 Tremoiit St., Bos
ton, Mub. Bold I tt Omaha by
Phono 7J7, 8. W. Cor. 16th and Chicago. -Gjods
delivers 1 FRJJ to any pail afelty,
A'., C5,vY - A ft tWtn hit4kr.ir
-,-m, f?"(yr-M tfl'eaa.aiUauasjj
etnarfnartettt . OL ' iv-pm
fitiM-r, bi eand na rap fortf. L AsP-"'"l a
uuraleU Dooa !. U alTCS
full parti cularaajid rt!re--tt.t, n. Ocvj J
-auab.c to U1ie. StNtirl t n ,. m
.' Times iilda.. N. Y. Uo
or Bti or
IIKRMAN Jt llOVM.fc, DHUq CO,
Corker uxtentb and Doajf streets. Omaha,
B-ware of MtHrie
tioubiet at once.
F-cS Can- N.
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