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1 ' 1 II1 ( )11111111. DAILY 1.1 : 1'IIUlitil.rlY , 1r ffl1WAIiV 15 , 1900.
UCFCSSI. ; UI ; ALBCIU' DAVIS
Drawers of Safe at Station B Opened with
Stove Shaker ,
FRIENDS OF ACCUSED MAN WORKING HARD
JII ve'sIIgallull Sbntts .tr'CNY In Suluur-
buim l'osluItIi. 1Vns Ins , wad Rely
( , , huge of CumbinittInn 1Vns
\ccessnry to Situri limey' .
E Slnco the arrest of Albert Davis on the
f chugo or robblug postotllee station B of
nearly $300 on the day when ha was plucel
! n charge of the elco upon the arrest of
lttchard Phoenix tor embezzlement Davis'
lrknds have been busy scarching for evidence
denco which would eletr the young man of
thu charge. They elelm to have eecurud
onou'll evidence to accomplish this object ,
but unnounco their Intention of keeping up
tin ) luvosllgntloa tmt4 tlw guilty man is
found.
10 the work of BIvestlgution the safe and
snrrotuidings at atntlon 11 were carefully
examined , and the people living In tilt' nelgh-
horhnod there quttttancd. It woo learned
lint lho man residing over the postolilce
had nbout d o'clock on th0 morning the robbery -
bery was dlseovrred heard 11 nolse in the
building as of some Otto nhahlmg the stove ,
1VIth this as a chic the safe wan examined ,
When it wits learned that the rarriera at the
station had known of the matter for some
litho time and had kept quiet for fear of
being involved in the else.
The tarp is a Inrgo one with double doors.
It has two drawers In the center , the upper
one being where the stamp money was kept
and the lower wus used for the money order
f1mds , the latter dresser' containing the
i money which Davis is charged with stealing.
Thn outer doors of the safe show no signs
or being tampered with , proving to the sat-
I Isfaction or nil that the money was taken
by some one having time combination to the
safe. When lheso doors me opened it in
ovldent , nccording to the investigators , that
the drawers were not opened with the keys
Which were in thu pocket of Albert Davis ,
1171(1 that these were the only keys with
which they could be opened Is shown by the
fact that the duplicate keys were and still
are in the drawers.
t Ruiz It May time Ileen Ilouc.
The shaker to the grate of the stove is
always attached to the grate , but easily
removable , and the Investigator , in the
presemico of the clerk at the station , took
this shaker , and fitting tire small cad into
the marks aircady on the upper drawer-
) marks said to have been made on the night
of the robbery-forced the thin wood above
limo drawer away from the bolt of the lock
so that the drawer was opened , and then
with the same pressure and making no
deeper marks , forced the drawer shut so that
it was apparently locked as before. This
act satisfied those who saw it that the up
per drawer had been opened without a key ,
! but they pointed to the absence of marks on
thu lower drawer as evidence that a key
Lad been used upon it.
Close observation showed two small marks
Linen limo upper edge of the lower tiraecr ,
bit they would not fit any part of the
shaker. In the safe , and attached to it by
11 chain , is the key which is used to open
the registered mail sacks. It is a thin
j piece of steel about three tuches long and
h halt an inch % Ii0. The edge of it fits the
i' ' marks upon the lower drawer , and witbout
h making those marks more pronounced the
'j ' Investigator forced the lower drawer open ,
} , (111(1 then closed it so that the fact that it
T Lad been force ] could not ho discovered.
I a Investigation of the building shows that it
i is easy for any one to gain entrance to it ,
i A window opening Into tire basement at the
I front of the building is fastened , if at nil ,
with small nails , which can easily be bent
by pressure from the outside , and under
f
tine window is a pile of anthracite coal upon
i whleh no mark will be made by a person
t wanting through it. Once in the basement ,
ncccsa to the postoflco is easy through a
1j trap door , which is never fastened , and
i wliich is reached by a flight of stairs.
I
' 1 transpires that when Davis went to t ho
, L , home of Itlchnrd I'boonlx to secure the combination
bination to the safe on the night of the
robbery ho told Phoenix that he had nut
sent the money to the central office. It is
said that Phoenix had given the combination
to other parties , and when a reporter called
at Phoenix's home to Interview him upon the
subject , It was said that he was out of town
and that his family did not know when lie
would return ,
VALENTINE DAY IN OMAHA
J , ( ( ( Cnrrirrsnle a ilei I % al of flue
, tnclrnt Uusloat tiVhl'lt for sc -
t'rnl Years 11'a. on the Wear ,
St. Valentine's day was more generally
observed iii Omaha yesterday than for several
years previous and the letter carriers note )
Oil increase in their budgets when they
started out in the morning through the resl-
denvc districts. Thu original custom of
soiding pretty souvenirs to sweethearts on
St. Vnlentlao's day was continued for many
yeas , but gradually began to wane and in.
I StOl there sprang up the habit of mailing
I , conic pictures with rovading matter attached
--a vulgar travesty on the sentiment oat-
bodied la the original Idca. There has never
been an entire ahantioument , however , of
the souvenir idea and this year the windows
or department storre , boeleshops 110(1 other
19 places were ilhunad with elegant produe-
finis. There was also an elaborate representation -
sentation in the combo line. 1)oalers say
the old oistout will probably lm revived to
tin ezt'XIt. It attained in former years.
.leeording to ancient tradition St. Valen
tine's day-February 1.1-Is the ditto wbea
the birds choosy their males. Thal part of
this story Would hardly iiavo held good yesterday -
terday , for tliere was too much snow and lee
I
I e
Those Records
St. ill StaDd I
R'henever yon hear any one
speak of fast traveling , just remember -
member Giu iurlington Route
holds nil records ! n that
line.
line.The
The fastest time ever made
betss'oen Chicago and Counell
Inuits is 9 hours soil 14
minutes. Time furlingtoi
node it February 17 , 1599 ,
The fastest thou ever made
betW'en Cuuncll IfuTa and
Chicago la 9 hours and 23
minutes , Thu Burlington
1115(10 11 January 3 , 1S9J ,
The fastest time over made
between Chicago ant > Denver
1. 16 hours unti 63 inlnutes.
Thu ilurllullton made it 1Fcb-
ruary U , 1697.
Ticket O/lice. / AurlingloO Station ,
1602 FARNAM ST. 10th S MASON Sts
Telephone 260. Telephone 128
t
I ( nurh frigidity of ntmnsphero for the blyds
to go a wrroing. The tiny derlyat Its name In
honor of Valrntlne , oho has beheaded by
Romans , and it line been observed throughout -
out the civilized world , more m' less , for
ages.
-
KELLER IS NOW A PRISONER
.turleulturnl impl'meu1)cnlrr .te-
cuseti of Frnut ( Is Arrrsletl
by Deputy I'lynn ,
Deputy Sherlff Flynn has returned from
Lawrence , this slate , where he went to arrest -
rest Joseph Heller , who is charged by the
Partin , Orendort R Slnrliu company of this
city with obtaining goods under false rep-
resentations. The amount involved is $5-
1000. Roller necouipnuicd Deputy I'lynn as
calmly as though he were making a husinesa
trip to Omha Instead of coming under olii
cial surveillance ,
! Colter Is a dealer In fapmhig Implements
at Latvreuce , mitt has lived there several
years. IL Is alleged 'that ho submitted to the
rompialnnntcompany tunexaggerated state-
mcnt of his nssets , thereby gaining credit.
Keller was permiled to sit In the sheriff's
ellico instead of being committed to jail.
lie expects to give bond immediately after
arraignment. "I liars nothing to ssj just
now , " 1(81(1 Kober , In response to u request
for his version , of the affair , "but there are
usually two sitiea to every story , and i
shall tell mine when I get Into court , " The
ncctlsed is of respectable appearance , and it
Is siId' ( that hits previous reputation has
been good.
. .tt'c'1'io\ tttl of RUGS , 11'U ,
' 1'hnrsdny Is 1'usitlvely Ilse Lust Buy ,
so neti'l IrimII to He its tltetidaimrr.
Ulirinnb's art gall'ries at 1612 Parnam at.
will positively close Thursday. .tu auction
sale will he held 1Vedntuday Eve. at 7:30 :
and Thursday at 1030 ; a , m. and at 2:30 : and
7:30 : p. m. All the rare rugs and carpets
and art gains ! bat have delighted the people
appreciating art and antiquity will he sold
to the highest bidder. You have the name
opportunity that several of your friebda have
availed themselves of to buy n rare rug or
art gem at your own price , Remember , but
one day more is this opportunity yours.
UILRLANB'S ART GALLERIES ,
1612 Farnam St.
WANT TO BE PHARMACISTS
- - -
I It lrly-VIve lbuug Jlen and 1Vomco
LitiiiItiei as to ' 1'luolr Kimusvl-
edge of I'barnutey.
The Nebraska State Board of Pharmacy
held its regtiiar quarterly examiatIon for
apohicanta for registration as pharmacists
In this city yesterday. The board is composed -
posed of Henry R , Gering , president , I'iatts-
mouth ; Niels I' , Iiatsen , vice president ,
Iearmey ; Charles L. Stillman , vice president ,
Columbus ; J , IL Schmidt , treaeurer , Omaha ,
and henry lf. Barth , secretary , Lincoln , all
o1 whom arc in attendance.
The exaulnation was concluded last
cramming and the papers of the applicants
will bo examined by the members of the
board , preparatory to the announcement of
the successful and unsuccessful candidates.
The mtppilcants dor registration number
thirty-five , the majority being young men.
They come from varlous cities in the state
and members of thcMexamtning board declare
it to be one of the brightest appearing
classes that has ever appeared before them.
A b'rlgttfnl , Sluader
will often cause a horrible burn , scald , cuter
or bruise. Bucklen'o Arnica Sale will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures fever
sores , ulcers , bolts , corns , all skin eruptions ,
Best pile cure on earth. Only 25e a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by Kuhn & Co. ,
druggists.
'Pic Verdict
Of the traveling public , who have used the
Illinois Central's new trains between Omaha
and Chicago and St.
Paul-Minneapolis , ! e
"It can't bo beat. " City ticket office 1403
Farnam st.
lntertitintimeimt.
A , Roy Israel , humorist , impersonator and
member of the University of Nebraska quartet -
tet , will give an entertainment at the South
Tenth Street Methodist Episcopal church ,
Tenth and Pierce streets , Thursday evening -
ing , February 15.
"Gallia , " the great composition of Gounod ,
so successfully rendered last week at the
First Methodist church , will be repeated on
Friday evening of this week at St , Mary's
Avenue Congregational church , with a fine
miscellaneous program in addition.
A Conunerelnl Climb flan
Saye the finest trains that leave the city
are run on the Illinois Central It , R. They
go to Chicago , Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Inquire at 1402 Farnam at ,
BOSTON STORE IIItiNIIETS
Today Wo 01t , a Out All Soiled Blankets
and All Blankets from
DETROIT WHOLESALE STOCK
.ti. , , , Si ill Grnuder Ilnrgnins to .111
1Vool ( 'Itti111s nt .Ile-Slllr tIni -
scllue de Sole 211e-Sllles
Rile ninl hilt' , L'le.
50 ( ' BLANKETS , 19C EAC11.
At 19e etch all the odd cotton fleeced
blankets that are worth up to 50c.
$1,50 BLANKETS , 75C PAIIt ,
.1t T5c pair nil the cotton. fleeced - binn-
( kels , 11.4 size and voty heavy , that sold
up to $1.50 pair.
$3.00 11LANItR1'C , $1.20 PAIR.
At $1.29 pair , all the hei y wool blankets ,
slightly soiled , 11.1 size niid extra weight ,
that soil iii : ) to $3.00 onIr.
$5,50 hlLANKE7'S$2,5O I'Alit.
At $ 2.50 pair we' include everything In all
wool 'tlitnkets that ore in the least soiled ,
goods worth up to $5.50 pair.
i $7:00 : BIANItIITS , $3,05 I'Alil ,
At $3,05 one big bargain square of clc-
gunt Callfgruia blankets , only very slightly
soiled , nctunlly worth $7,50 pair ,
UAi1GAiNS IN OUR IJASEMENT.
Ono rose imported sateolis in the latest
colors and designs , worth 25c ; as long as
they last , go nl Se yard ,
5,000 yards Scotch and chambray gingham -
ham , worth 121 + c , go nt d' c yard ,
20c corded madras mind seersucker ging-
hntn , go at S ! ! ' yard.
10e percales , 30 inches while , 5c yard.
10,000 yards white goods , worth up to 40c ,
go at 5r , 71yt' , 124c anti 15c.
200 Pieces alnndanl prints , worth Tc , go
at 3c yard ,
9,009 yurds outing flannel in light and
dark colors , worth 121 c , go at 5c yard ,
BOSTON STORE , OMAHA ,
N. W. Cor , 16th and Douglas.
( nod ( 'It ixenshlp .tppenL
We urge mill good citizens to vote only for
candidate' tvho will enforce existing laws
and to decline to support any man who has
neglected or refused to , or who w111 not
pledge himself to lair enforcement If elected ,
The undersigned propcses to gather and dls-
seminato information coucerning nil'eandi- '
latesi seeking ofilce at the conning municipal
election , ALtTHUIt CHASE ,
Chairman of Good Citizenship Committee
Omaha Christian Endeavor Union ,
Fine Sled : i'arni for Sole er 1x-
rltiiace.
We have a 130-acre farm twenty-eight
miles from Omaha , near Arlington , Neb.
The owner will take $5,000 or $6,000 in
Omaha property as part of purchase price.
This is worth investigation , as the property -
erty will be sold at a great bargain ,
Price , $3.00 per acre or $15,000,00 ,
PAYNE-KNO\ . , Solo Agents ,
'First Floor N. Y. L , Bldg. , Omaha.
iCnesiis ti ty , St. Louis niid Chicago
Are linked together by the Chicago & Alton
R. R. with the nicst superb , solid vcstthuled
trains. If you are in one of these cities
and Wish to reach the other , you will consult
your own comfort by purchaeing your ticket
via Chicago & Alton R. R ,
\'ewi Lit to Clitrngo.
The Illinois Central's "Omaha-Chicago
Limited" lcavco Union station at 7:35 : p , m.
iVido vestibuled Free Reclining Chair Cars ,
Buffet-Library and Drawing-Room Sleeping
Cars , Ticket office 1402 Farnam at.
Drs. Lord , & Rustln , 501 Paxton blk.
NOTICE THE FIRST
Wo have here too busy 'to write an ad
or raisu our ) mriceS , so will sell at the sumo
old Ilgures ( I' Oil ( 'ASH ) , except where we
t a'e LOWVIRED A FIE' .
11,00 CRAMEIt'S KIDNEY CURE , 69c.
ONE bottle only to a customer and for
the REMAINDER OF' TIH : WEEK ONLY.
50c SYitUP Ohm' FIGS ( GRNITINE ) . . . . . . 2'JC
f0c M011R011"S K1D-NE 0105.29C
$1.00 Mine. Yale's Preparations , . , . . . , . , . . T5c
$1.0) ) PCrUIL'l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
$1.00 1Vyeth's eef , Iron and Wine. . . . . . T5c
$1.00 Scott's Emulsion Cod Liver 011The
51,0) ) King's New Discovery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75c
$1.00 Jayno s Expectorant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The
$ k,00 Hall's flair Itenewer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The
$1.00 Wntnpoie's Cad Liver OIL. . , . . , . . . . . The
$1.00 Bovinino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
$1.00 Khmer's Swamp Hoot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The
$1.th ) 11'inn of Cardul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$1.00 Piorce'y b'avorito I'rescrintiot. . . . , . TOe
$1.00 I'alne's : Celery Compound. . . . . , . . , , T5c
$1.00 Silks' Nervine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5c
$1.00 flood's Sarsaparilla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The
$1.00 Malted M11k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tot :
$1.00 Duffy Malt 1Vhialrey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSc
Sherman & McConnell Drug Coo I
lit New Store al 16th aid Dodge ,
s11OO said. Al' 11Os'l'ON sTOItii.
\el ( tily flue ( rratcnl Sitar Nimlc liter
Ilgd hi Onunlnt ,
Ilut a ahoe silo that Is drawing bigger
crowds every day.
o matter what the weather people flock
to this shtm solo
. AT BOSTON STORE ,
11'hy" Because the shoe bargains arttlam
really and truly great that customers t rge
one another to take advantage of time wonderful -
derful snle.
StOin3 S)1DES ) TODAY.
More $5 and $1 mews shoes for $1.9S ,
Moro $5 and $1 and $3 ladies' shoes for
$ LbS ,
More ntlssre' shoes al $1,15 and S9c.
More chlll's , Nhoes at S9c nod 69c.
More boys' shoes at $125 , $189 , $1.19.
Everybody ti , town , ( mows about these
shoo bargahms , .
And tonmorrow's sale is going to be a wonder -
der ,
11o sure to romn tblhe , right place.
This slice safe is at Boston Store and
nowhcro else , '
BOSTON STORE , OM.All1 ,
N. 11' , Cor , 10th anti Douglna ,
RACIAL EXHIBIT IN COURT
Fur n Ilrlef Sptdi the 'I'rihuimnl of
Judge ( lurdon Itrsenibles u
111diim l'Inlsauriti
.fudge Gordon's court down at the eeu-
tral pollee station was it stttdy in ethnology
yesterday. To the usual 011(1111 of Caucasians
amid Ethiopians was added a liberal sprink- i
Iing of Syrians anti then , to round out the
cosmopolitan aspect of the crowd , a couple
of Celestials dropped in. Thus were represented -
sented the white , binck , brown and yellgw
races of mankind ,
The Chinumeu wanted to sign n band for
the appearance of one of their countrymen.
They were very businesslike , remaining in
the rooa not a moneut longer than wash
uecesSary. The Syrians were store dauber-
ate. They were present as the result of a
neighborhood quarrel ht the vicinity of 11SS
South Thirteenth street , but even after timely
case had been disposed of they remained to
watch the arraignment of petty offenders ,
Few of them can speak Efigitshi
The negro contingeut was interested ht the
First
see 1'se ben a watehin' me boss-Sir
Schaefer-wrtlin' ads every day fer do
nosepapers tehiln' the people tvhnt read dent
papers about how Cheap he sells patent
medicines and drugs-but lie don't make it
strong enough , 7'he people are kind 0' auS
picieua that he charges as much as them
down town fellers-and that's where they
matte a mistake , for lie don't charge near
as much-but I see now 1 uin't edication
enough to explain to WOmiicn 'ii ( ) (10 the
buyin. Another thing , I link me dross makes
a mistake tlghdn' ' dem does-cause he don't
gl'n 'em any ciSars or commission-and
bully go , tme dqe' 1111 lots 'o prescriptions-
but me boss says I must shut this off at'
Put till a lot o' l etas Cream. Say , data de
best stuff niade'fd : champed bands , s
CUT PRICE
DRUGGIST
,
Cor. 10tht and Chicago Ste ,
--UNEQUALED---
t 1 ' 011
COMFORT
t
' SPEED i
c 1 AND
9 0sa'y , a E UIPMEIJT
'ii nil
TAKE UO I R PACIFIC TRAINS' '
, , 'a . . . .FOR , . , .
DINvTu ; ,411iI'P LAICE , POit'I'LA\D ,
sIt ; FtAhtCLSCO , LOS ANGIOLES.
Ou'l
One n1i ht to Utah.
ONLY Two . ' 'fights to California , Oregon.
City Ticket Office , 1302 Farna m St.
Tc leDtoac , S1U.
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IIAYbE SHOE SALE.
THE SENSATION OF TH ]
Unparalleled Shoe Values S L88 , $ L88
Crowds o Eager Buyers I Heir Two Big oe eDartla e
SEE OUR SIXTEENTH STREET WINDOWS. eh
Selling 3600 Pairs of Men's Finest Vici Kid velour calf , box calf , and wax calf shoes , wit h
for 3.5O , S4 , and Sa , AT $1.88 A PARR.
Selling ' 4200 Pairs of Ladies' Finest Shoesin , vici kidehrome kid and box ealfwith hand
the latest style toes , black and tau , shoes made to sell for $3 , $8 , 50 , $4 and $4 , 50 , all on sal
Thousands of pairs all on big bargain tables , so you can pick them out easily ,
t
o s Ros
r a
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Nra
of
t (
$1.88
For ladies' flume vlei klii vesting top lace e
shoes , with baud turned soles amid now For mot's fine box calf mvelt sole shoes , For ladles' finest viol kid lace short , with
style kid tips , made to sell for $3,60 and node on the new swing last , extra heavy hand turned soles and newest style toes and
. , nud wide tors , made to sell for $1,00 heels ; a flume dress shoe , made to sell for
$4.0 0
mid $5.00. $3.60 and $4.00.
Si1OES from the great factory of A. Ah Suoi s ! rout the factories of Preston D. SIIOFS ( tom the great faelorles of George
born & Sons , Iirooko Bros „ and Moore1eilh , Campello , Mass „ Alyron F. Thomas , P. Daniels & Co „ Boston , Mass „ Rochester
Shafer Shine Mfg , Co „ some of the largest Campello , Mass „ and J. 1' . Smith & Co of Shoo Co „ anti Ilulekamp hires. , , Keokuk ,
and bmt manufugturers of ladies' floe shoes Chicago , sours of time largest and best mak la „ manufacturers that are known from
In the world , j ers of men's shoes fu America , Maine to California ,
ALL ON IMMENSE BARGAIN I
HAYDEN BR (
I
I theft of n pair of trousers , an chemise with
I which one of their number tins charged
t Three testlfel far the state and three for
; the defendntit and time evidence was Ro cot-
tradietory that the accused ts'as dlsudssrd.
I it happened that most of the ( 'nuraaslau
element tsnn concerned , directly or tadt-
meetly , In cases of ttllegrl vngram'y.
Pure julee of the grapes , naturnily fermented -
mented , is the ingredients used lit Cook'
imperial ( 'lantpagno Extra Dry.
CLEARING
SALE OF
JACKETS
11'o have a few fine Jackets left-
they must be sold and to tin It we
have niarked the oilers away' below
event half price , Everybody knows
tea handle the BEST immmmkes anti
BEST. qualities of jackets. Looks
111(0 _ winter tens just commencing ,
prepare yourself by gettlug a new
coat at small cost. I'rice $2,511 ,
$3.95 nud $10,00.
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US , It makes no difference what
l1 make of machine you want , SEE I'S.
U You may want a Davis Bali-Bearing or
Singer , a Standard or Domestic , a
Wheeler & Wilson or a cheap machine -
® chine for $18.00. No difference which ,
'vi ? can sell you , so SEE US. We
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have NO agents , e'o pay NO commis-
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sinus , sa you will have to SEE US and
® we will save you some money.
® We rent machines for 25c per week.
R e repair all machines at reasonable
prices.
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A GOOD THRNC
FOR TILE PUBLIC-
PUSH 1T ALCNC
50c Swift's Extract Beef , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 4p , .
2.5c Brown's Troches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$1.00 Ldsterine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . On ,
SOc Gem Ctmtnrr. i e .
25c Kondon s Catarrh Jelly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : qtr
2t' Carter Liver Pills , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , l5 ,
25c Packer's Tar Soap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 5r
Me. C'astoria St'
$1,00 Iiromo-Seltzer , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,5t'
OQe Bronco-Seltzer 4h (
Ode Dodd's Iildney' I'llls , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , -00c
50c Dndd's Dyspepsia , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 40c
50c Litlda Tablets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ir
$1.00 Tartarllthino , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 75 , ,
2.5 Chamberlain's Cough Cure , . . . , , , , , , 20c
$1,00 1Vtio of Curdui , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 75c
r Cuticurmt Soap hOc
$100 Pe ru na . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 e
EOe SicI1hPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60c 1'ond's Extract. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 40c
We are tIme nuly store in time illy keeping
a registered maw , and a good one , in our
place mil night. Never close.
J. A. FUa LER t CC
14th and nonglns St.
AYDE
AGE.
SL885 $ L88
sits ay.
welt solo shoes , made to sell
turned and welt soles and all
e AT $1.88 A PAIR.
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. $1.88
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For mews fine vlci kid hand weIt oboes ,
With kid uci vesting tops , all on fittest
stylu lasts , made to sell for $5.00 anti $6.o0.
SHOES from Ibo great factories of lluhcl
& Sane , \Valertown , N. Y „ Dtouud City
hoot nud Slice Co. , St. Louis , Mo. , anti Continent -
tinent Shoe Cu „ Chicago ,
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Serviceable
-s - A T BARGAIN PRICES
i $ 'v.t
The following arc a few of the many bargahma we arc offering this work In
Plains that have been slightly used , shopworn or returned from rentals :
Bahlings Upright , only. . . . . . . . . . . . $ S5 Oak Upright , tine . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
Story & Clark , ebony . . . . . . . . . $ Flume Kimball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $163
Beautiful Mallet & Dav'is.$185 lvers & Pond . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
Stchiway Upright , . . . . . . . . . . . . $ Chickering Grand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $400
Sohmer Mali. Grand , . . . . . . . . $ Ivers & Pond Baby Grand. . . . . . . . $600
Orgaus and Square Pianos , $10$18 , $35 and up. Easy payments , Wo rent
new pianos , tune , move , exchange and store instruments. l'clephosio 1626
Our prices an new STEINIVAY , A , B. CIIASE , POSE , IVEI1S & POND , EMERSON -
ERSON AND PACKARD Pianos are lower than anywhere on this continent.
1Vrile for catalogues , prices and terms or pay us a visit of Inspectfou.
TIIE SELF-'LAYING PIANOLAS , the greatest musical invention of the
age-only $250 ,
. c mo er Mueller. . .
'I'IiE L.titGEST PIANO IIOUSE IN ' 1'1117 WEST ,
Steinway & Sons 1313 Farnam Street.
Representatives. 331 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
la
JhthffIy 1
Owing to the inclemency of the weather the
Auction Sale of ums , etc.
will end Thursday tnstead of Wednesday as advertised ,
T lie Rugs and Carpets are
the rarest and richest
even' shown in the city.
I Ik The products of the Oeen
J +
r ) L tals in Persia , Turkey and
India.
The art gems are beyond
- u lC i if4 ' ) tion handsome de-
r
signs , in Clotsonne , Ivory ,
a r vin g S , Tenkwocds , j I
q , Bronzes , Porcelains , Royal
r' Vienna war- , Dresden ,
V v Chinese Art Cw'ios , Cabinets -
' ( nets , Arms ( modern and
) , Embroideries.
n
All to be sold at Auction Without Reserve ,
Sale begins at 10:30 , aa in. 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.
URLAJBS 9 ART GALLERIES
1612 FARNAM STREET , OMAHA.
Remeinber T1iilrsday is the last day.
Id 9 e and Youth
tire alike victims of the decayed amid
aching teeth , Petit can be treated by r
. our mrilied of
. E ( T' Painless Dentistry
4
7 0 1 r and be relieved of suffering. Our
t „ " 7J ' - I , , , ' . , Ar tificial Teeth
y hl ' , Lain are perfect duplicates of limo natural
4 ' . , rj troth and perfouimt ull their functlona
mr ' + r-a with are and comfort.
BAILEYth e Deu Is ,
t' :11. Ihrxlnu 1111 , 1(111 , t Ftrnuru ,
. I'honu ioHS ,
4 balkyAlrudanl.
r . , tune't'ooth d' '
+ ' tt Use 1)r. It. R ) -
- + ' 't i fonder. All' drulfgist. .
THE
NAI1E 01'
On Lard , on [ tam , on
Dacon is a guarantee
of puricY.
Swift t an Company ,
, , OInuhri ,
Chicago Kansas City
St , Louis , St. Joseph , St. Paul ,
I . . s ,
Ir I
e t . . . .IN. . . .
( Deotistry
'
, ujs ( a great dial when it rolnt i to fixing
t , , . i , Our work is stri"tly 11rst rlaas mud
a , , ism null ) lit' best rmmtlrrhil and 01111)0y !
, , , , ' „ but ex1)rrinncei urn tIbI $ . Your work
wail be fully wurraritsl to give aatisfactlun. .
; curer Ffllings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75u
fluid 1'lilings . 11,50 up
( i,1 f'row'ns ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; 5.5'J I
Se [ I'cetll . . . .
Tail's Philadelphia Dental Rooms (
f ] 1117 DOUGLAS ! 1'l' .
Nr MARKET
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CONTAINS THE FINEST CUBAN TOUACCO „
V. 11. 111(13 tl. ( ' . CO , . 11ASI'FAC ° rrBLRS , 8'1' . LOUIS , MO ,
U , A , ILtILblt.tt.JC , OM.tl1A , LIBTIuuv'1'Ua.
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