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THE OMAflA iAILY BEE : , SUNDAT4 1888. r-TWELVE
TO-MORROW ! ! ; ; TO-MORROW . - - . , - . . . -i GRAND OPENING Stonehill's Mammoth Dry Goods & Millinery Establishment The Greatest Bargains to be offered ever shown west of the Missouri River. It's a known fact that Dry Goods and Millinery are sold in Omaha at higher prices than any other city of its size in the country. Our intention is to do away with this state of affairs. I , What we are going to do is to offer Dry Goods and Millinery at Eastern Prices. We shall carry all grades of goods from the cheapest to the very finest. NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES for MONDAY and TUESDAY The Greatest Bargains EVER OFFERED IN OMAHA. 3OO pieces of All Silk Satin and Gros Grain Rib bon. Also 50 pieces Picot Edge Gros Grain Ribbon , in all colors , 3 and 4 inches wide , at 15c a yard ; worth from 35c to 5Oc , An Elastic Side Gorset at 49c , would be cheap at 75c. A SATIN CORSET Worth from $3 to $5 , at $179 ; , in black , cardi nal and light blue. KID GLOVES , An elegant pair of embroidered back kid gloves , at 69c , worth $1.25. Two toned kid gloves at 99c ; would be cheap at $2. Every pair warranted. 00 pieces of SILK KUCIIIXGnt 12 l-i ! cents n yard ; none north less tht ; : GOr , nuil worth up to 75c n yard. 200 gross BUTTONS at 2 cents a dozen ; north 10 times ( lie amount. 150 gross line METAL BUTTONS at 4 cents a dozen ; worth 85 cents. ' 75 gross Largo METAL BUTTONS north fully 75 cents a dozen , nt 0 cents. 200 pieces of AMERICAN LACE , 1-1 of a yard wide at 5 cents a yard ; north 20c. HOSIERY. 50 dozen HOSE at 12J cents ; worth 25 cents. 50 dozen HOSE at 23 cents ; would be cheap at 35c . At 39 cents we offer a Brilliant Lisle HOSE worth 75 cents. A line of FANCY HOSE at 79 cents , $1.23 , $1.69 and $1.97 ; worth one half more. Millinery Department. In this department we recognize no competition. We offer the largest line of Millinery ever shown in the city. ' 60 dozen Tll'S , In 10 shades , nt 80 cents , for a buneli of 'A Tips ; milliner's prices ahotit $2.00. 25 dozen TIPS , in ever ; shade of of the rainhotr at Sl.ii ( ) ; we Riiaraiitee you they are worth 94.00. J-'lne COUSAtiK 1HMJUETS tit 5lc. ) 6 c and 7 c ; worth fully $2.00. New Sl'lUMl HATS in flno Milan Straw * at 40 cents ; oi\h \ $1.25. French MILAN HATS at $1.81) ; worth $3.00. Dress Goods Department. 25 pieces double width dress goods , atlS c a yard ; worth 25c. 45 pieces of all wool Dress Goods. at39c a yard , worth up to 75c. All the new spring shades. WE GIVE A WRITTEN GUARANTEE , ON ALL OUR BLACK DRESS SILKS At $1.33 we offer a silk that is fully worth $2. 25 pieces fine Check White Nainsook , at 6ca yard ; worth ISJ c. ' , i' HERE'S A BARGAIN. ] \ case of imported White Goods , worth frorp 3,5cto 50c , at 19c a'yard. 5O patterns of Fine Satteens ' at lOc a yard.worth 15c , lease of Satteens , in all the new spring shades , at 14c a yard , worth fully 20c. 3-Spring Wire Bustles , only 11 cents ; worth 25c 5-Spring Wire Bustles , only 16 cents ; worth 35c Corticella Spool Bilk , 100 yds Scents Corticella Spool Twist 2 cents Corticella Embroidery Silk - 8 cents dozen spools Gold-Eyed Needles 3 cents a paper Safety Pins 3 cents a paper Hooks and Eyes * 2 cents a paper Pins 1J cents a paper Dress Shields 1O cents pair 3 Crochet Hooks for Scents Hair Pins . : -.3 cents a box Black Fins 4 cents a box Dress Stays 1 cents each Sateen Dress Stays , all colors . " . : 3c each Skirt Extenders , set of 3 4 cents Skirt Extenders , with rubber , set of 3 10 cents 12 dozen Agate Buttons for : 3 cents Corset Laces , 2 for 1 cent Corset Clasps , 6 cents pair Elastic Web 3 cents yard Elastic Web , Silk 10 cents yard Hair Crimpers ( leads ) : . . . . ! & cents paper Dress Braids , best quality 4 cents roll Black Dress Braid 3 cents roll Pleated Dress Braid 25 cents Gents' Furnishing Goods. Best LINEN COLLARS at 9 cents. Best LINEN COLLARS at 14 cents , fully as good as the E. & W. 50 dozen TIES at 29 cents ; worth 75 cents. 25 dozen TIES at 39 cents ; worth ; $1.00. Afullline of LAUNDRIED and UNLAUNDRIEDSHIRTS at prices that will astonish you. 25 dozen HALF HOSE at 12 1 cents ; worth double. 40 HALF HOSE at 24 cents ; wprth 40 cents. Domestic Department. 2 cases of Unbleached Muslin at4&c a yard. 200 pieces of Windsor , Pacific , Manchester and Simpson Standard Prints. Also 50 pieces of Satine Prints and 75 pieces of Indigo Blue Prints at 4gC a yard. None worth less than 8 cents. 40 pieces of Merrimac and American Shirting Prints at 4c a yard. 50 Pieces of Apron Ginghams AT 4c A YARD. 100 pieces of Lining Cambric , at 3 7-8c a yard. EMBROIDERY. 10 ( ) pieces of Cream Embroidery at 12 1-2 cents a yi r J worth from 40 to GO cents * L t 1 50 pieces of narrow Emeroidery nt 1 1-2 cents n yard } worth 5 cents. Lot 2 70 pieces of Embroidery nt a cents u yard ; worth 12 1-2 ccn'.i , Lol : i 40 pieces Emhroldery nt 12 1-2 cents n yard ; worth 20 cents. j Lot. 4 75 pieces Embroidery at 10 cents n yard ; worth 115 cents. Lot " 230 pieces Embroidery nt 25 vents n yard ; worth np to GO cents. Our fine Cambric Embroideries arc fully one-third cheaper than they can be bought for elsewhere. , 500 Kemnmils of flue ORIENTAL WASH LACK , slight ! ) soiled , nt 5 ccuts n yimlj M01 tli up to 25 cents. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. 20 dozen CHEMISE AND DRAWERS at 24 cents ; worth double. At ( jl ) cents n will offer 25 dozen CHEMISE tluit nro worth np to 91.CO. \ A full line of ( Inc. CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR at $1.08. + 2.08 , 93.07 aa $4.t5 ( ; worth 50 per cent more. TOWELS. 75 dozen TOWELS at 29 cents ; worth 50 centa. Will be offered all the week in TABLE LINENS. An ELEGANT PRESENT will be given to every person buying 25 cents or over , Monday and Tuesday. Purchasers will please exami&e their packages carefully as the article is small and valuable , as it is solid gold. One of the above souvenirs will be inclosed in every mail order. - STONEHILLS' , 1B1B DOUGLAS STREET Orders Reoerve Frozn/pt einci Oeirefu.1 .A.tten.tion. .