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8 THK OMAHA DAILY BEE , SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 14 , 1890.-TWBNTY PAGES.
N IU103. Hpcclnl Hnlo on Special bargains on bed comforts at DOe , 75o , 8oc , SI , J1.18 , $1.3.5 , $1.60 , $1.75 , 11.08 , $12.50 and $2.75 cucli. Particular at tention Is called to our InrL'o saloon cov ered comfort Turkey red lining nt $1.18 each , worth $1.75 ; wo ox poet to sell everyone ono ol thorn on Monday nt $1. 18 each. 100 pair of vlilto .blankets 6'Jc ' v pair , quantity limited. 1'uro all wool Cali fornia blmikots 10-4 $1.75 , 11-4 $ o.CO and 12-1 at $0.50 .1 pair ; compare thoin. Ex tra Inrgo and extra heavy , very line California blankets at % lo a i > ulr , worth 125. Special bargains In eastern natural Broy blankets ; 10-1 at $1,50 , ll-l at $1.05 and li"i ! at .12,85 n-pah1 Dark mixed blankets atOSoand ! 1.18npair. Special bargains In white wool Mnnketu ut$2. 8 , worth $5 a pair ; 10-4 Wyoming grey blanlcots at SL',75 a pair. lEajdcn Bros. will save you money on blankets our prices are guaranteed to bo Iho low- cat In every case or money cheerfully re funded. Wo will not promise you tneco prices Inter in the season , On Monday nil wool plaid and striped shirting nnd ekirllng llnnnol 2'm tv yard , they are cheap. A beautiful line of French flan nels lOe and Ooc a yard. Eiderdown nnd fancy Jersey llanncls I5o andCOe a yard , The largest stock o ( while and colored Bilk embroidered flannels in this city. Shaker llanncl fie a yard. Good un bleached cotton flannel iljuuyard. Cxtrn heavy unblcnehcd cotton llanncl lOc , worth 15ca .yard. Special lut-gains in bleached cotton flannel at 8c a yard , reg ular 12Je grade. Kino half bleached muslin at "Jo a yard. Loiibdnlo cambric 1 Oca yard , Special brand of fine cam bric muslin Ku a yard i'ull line of double width sheeting and pillow cnso muslin nt wholesale prices. Fancy colored bordered damask towels 7ic each or 90e doz. The largest and best 2-jc towel in Omaha at Ilnydon's compare it. Got our prlucfl on table linen and napkins and commiro them. Special on Monday , 2J yard long fancy bordered and fringed tublo cloth witii napkins to match $2.25 $ a sot , worth S3. New styles in dark drcbs ginghams just opened nt ( > jc , 7c , 8Jc , lOc and 12oyard. Indigo blue calico 5e yard. Comfort calico 2jc.1 rolls of cotton batting Sou. Yard widu indigo blue German calico lOcyard , Now outing llanncls lOc yard. IIAYDKN 1JUOS. , Drv Goods and Carpets. CARPETS AND DUAPKRIIIS. This department was never BO com plete. Late cash purchases give now styles and lowest jirlces. Standard ingrain carpets Me , GJC10c , 45c nnd 50c , worth 50e to 7 , " > c. Govern ment standard extra super wool carpets at lioo , ( > ; ie , ( iSo and 75c , worth 75o to tl.yj. These prices are positively be yond competition. This donartmontls showing a splendid ptock in absolutely new designs in bodv Brussels , tapestries , velvets , moquottcs , nxministers and royal wiltons. It will euroly pay you to got our prices. Special sale on lace curtains Monday. Full taped scalloped edge lace curtains Bt75o , 87e , $1 , 81.M up to $ :5.25 : a pair. Swiss lace curtains ranging In price from , $ U.50 up to $35 a pair. Pongee silk draperies in now designs at 15u , 17c , i)0o ) to 25e yard. Jap silks in plain colors 50e yard. Jap and domestic drapery silk in latest styles at G5e , 75o and 8. > o , worth $1 to SI. 75. Scrim for curtains or fancy work Re yaid. Imported scrim lOc , li.'o , lee , 17o , HAY DEN BROS. Carpets and draperies. FURNITURK DEPARTMENT. Special sale on fancy chairs , bedroom Bets , bedsteads , wire mattresses , hair mattresses , pillows , tables and odd pieces of all kinds. HAYDEN BROS. Dry goods and furniture , DOLLS AND FANCY GOODS. Whore can you find such a grand dis play of ilno dolls of all kinds , dressed , undressed , bisque or kid body. Most attractive dolls at 5c , lOc , 12c , IGc , IBc , 20e and 25c. Splendidly dressed dolls at 25c , SOc , aJio up to 05c. Special sale on albums , toilet cases and fancy articles for presents. IIAYDEN BROS. Dry goods and dolls. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Monday this department will show an Immense stock of ladles'fall huts , ostrich tips and plumes , fancy feathers , ribbons and ornaments. IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods and millinery. CLOAKS AND SUITS. Children's plush cloaks in all shades , J , 2 and 8 years , at $3. Eiderdown at $2. Fancy imported plaids $2.50. Misses' jackets and reefers" , ago 4 to 18 venrs , 11.50 , $1.75 , $2 , $2.25 , $2.50 , $2.75 and $3. Special bargains ladies' tailor made jackets 30 Inches long in cheviot , beaver or silk stripe cloaking $1.50 , $5 , up to 115. 115.Ladles' Ladles' English walking jackets , vest rent , $7,88 , $10. Fall weight English walking jackets 12.50 , $3 , $3.50 , $4. English line widownlo walking jack ets , vest front , astracluin trimmed , U8.50 and $ 'J ' , Ladles' doubled breasted jackets of black hair , line worsted , $ -1.50 , $5 and 15,50. Ladles'plush jackets $8 , $10 nnd $11 , 80 Inches long.IIAYDEN IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods and Cloak Dopt. Cook's first-class family shoo store , 1812 Fnrniun street , soils line shoes SI a pair cheaper than any lottery shoo shop In the city , and you have a larger and finer stock to select from. Winner of Schoolply's sealskin cloak guaranteed a perfect lit. 1415 Douglas. Seaman's carriages best and cheapest. Falconer's grand opening \\ill take place Monday and Tuesday evenings. 1G02. Sixteenth and Farnam streets Is the now Hock Island ticket olllco. Tick ets to all points east at lowest rates. Elegant cabinet photographs , beauti fully tlnibhed , for $2 per dozen ut Gray's , 213 N. 10th at. Falconer's grand opening will take place Monday and Tuesday evenings. llnyiiiiii ItroM. Attend our grand sale of winter under wear. Special prices for Monday. Notice to A. O. II , The different divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians are requested to moot at Htli nnd Douglas ets. at 1 o'clock p. in. Sunday , Sept. 14 , to participate la the corner stone laying of the orphans' homo iu Uouson. By order of the com mittee. _ _ _ _ _ _ XofllonxOltjCornr l oonml Iloturn. 1'ho Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha lly. ( Depot 16th and Webster Bts. ) will run a special train from Omaha to Sioux City and return Sunday , Sept. 28 , and Sunday , Oct. 5 , leaving Omaha nt800n. ; in. , returning leaving Sioux City nt 7:00 : p. m. Ono faro for the round trip. T. 11. TKASDALL , G. P. A , Samuel Burns' front windows for J'.iiL'linh decorated dinner eot 312 , formerly 92 1 , and 12 piece- toilet sot 85 , fonnurlyllO. Bee thorn , BENNISON BROS , We Are ODering Special Inducements on Ladles' ' Cloaks , A Grain ! Cool " \Vave Sale for Monday with K.xtrnordlnnry Unrualas In JJvery Depart men t 1'rlccs Tor Momlny. Monday wo will offer 40 dozen Indies' ' imported knit blurts , assorted colors , at the very low price of GOc eaijh , worth $1.25. Don't miss those skirts , ladies , they are a great bargain. 200 do/on children's all wool black hose , very superior quality , choice of alleles el/os , 5J to 81 , only We pair. Another lot of unildron'a wool hose at 15c , 18c , 20c pair , only luilf price. Ladles' line all wool enshmero hose at 2oc pair ; they are very cheap at 25c. Ladles' all wool jersey ribbed vests in white , cardinal , pink , blue , only C9c each , worth Sl.CO. Ladles' fine jersey ribbed vests , cot ton , long sleeves made of our imported Swiss yarn ; only 5'Jc each , worth 8oc. 25 pieces fancy plaid 38-Inch dross goods only 25c yard. 50 pieces 88-inch henrioltas , all now fall shades , only lOc yard. A Inryo line of ISO-inch wool dross flan nels only 3oc yard. Now line all wool 38-inch serges , all now shades , only SOc yard. 25 pieces all wool blaukgoods40 Inches wide at 49c yard. 5 pieces'42-inch black brilllantlno at Ooo yaid , worth 8-3c. 10 pieces all wool 10 inch black serges , only 60o yard , worth 75o. Ju&t arrived , now lot black silk armu- res , on sale Monday at $1 yard , worth $1.50. 50 bales Know white batts at lOc roll. It is the best in Omaha at the prlco. 1 case comforter calicoes , Monday 4c yard. 100 pieces unbleached canton flannel at 5o yard. Best standard prints 5c yard. 1 bale unbleached fine muslin 4c yard. 25 pieces white shaker llannol Monday OJc yard. It is cheap at 10 c. 1 case wide indigo blue prints at lOo yard , worth 12jc. 100 pair 10-1 gray blankets $2 pair ; cheap at $2.50. 10 pieces rod twill flannel 18c yard. 60 pieces apron check ginghams at 5c yard , worth 7c. 100 tinsel table covers , fringed all around , only $1 each , worth just 81.75. 100 silk drapery scarfs , bolting silk end , hand painted"only OSc each , worth $1.50. ii5 dozen 72 inch stamped linen dresser scarfs SOc each , worth $1. Don't fail to see us next week on carpets - pots ; prices are now down to rock bet tom. Got our prices before you buy. 20 do/en children's plush bonnets , all colois , Monday COu each , worth $1.00. Big line just arrived , children's silk nnd cashmere bonnets in black and all colors. Corsets at i price Monday. Warner Bros. ' celebrated Caroline 333 corsets 75c pair , worth $ l.i25. French woven corsets , superior qual ity , 75o pair , formerly sold on our counters at $1.25. Don't forgot our cloak department. The greatest bargains over ollored In ladies' misses and children's cloaks , r.ii1lf > > -innlrnta'n.t. ft" fill ffi.'l fin SU (1(1 ( nnd $5.00 each , worth $3.50 to S7.00. Misses all wool school jackets In navy blue and tan , only $2.75 , worth 81.00. Ladies'plush jackets and plush sacques all at special prices Monday. 50 children's plush cloaks in all colors , 2 to 5 years , only $3.08 each , worth $0.50. BENNISON BROS. Save Your Dollnra. A full sot of teeth on rubber for $4 , superior to any $8 teeth mndo in the city. Teeth extracted without pain at NEIIHASICA DHNTAL COMPANY , 1322 Farnam street. HOUSE FUUMSIUNG GOODS. Bargains Monday nt the DO Cent Store , 1310 Farnam Street. 6c for 5 papers tacks , 60 for 5 dozen clothes pins , 5c for 2 glass tumblers. 5c for best burner , 5o for 2 chimneys , 5c a set for teaspoons , 5c for largo pickle dish , 5c for largo rolling pin , 5o for heavy wire potato masher , 5o for 8 row curry comb , 5c for rice root scrub brushes , 5c for 40-foot clothes lines , 10,000 equally good values at lOc each. 68c for copper bottom wash boilers , SOc for copper rimmed planished tea kettle , 4/Jc / for a good wash tub,25c for a splendid tea kettle , $1.48 for best carpet sweeper , $1,98 for the best wringer. Willow ware bargains baskets cheap , lOc , 15c , 20c , 25c and upward splendid values. Great drives in dolls , albums , toys , etc. We are hcanquartors on these llnesboth wholesale and retail. Every article in our stock is now and of the most approved makes. Don't pur chase inferior goods when you can get the best for loss money at The 99 Cent Store , 1319 Farnam street. Tomorrow , Monday , being a holiday our store will bo closed , will reopen Tuesday with a new assortment of jack ets , fur capes and other winter novelties. IIEYMAN & DEICIIES 1518 and 1520 Farnum St. Bonnry guitars and banjos , S. Bank , 507 N. 10. Tlio leading phyniclans of Omaha rec ommend their friends and patients wlion needing spectacles to call on N. M. Ruddy , tlio practical optician , 211 S. 16th st. , because ho uses careful and exact methods to adjust glasses that will preserve the oyes. One or Ainnrlcii'H Womlnrfl. The Sioux City Corn Palace people have spared no pains to make the Corn Palace of 181)0 ) surpass all others. The grand street pageant , the design of which is In chareoof tlio French artist brought over by the Mnrdi Gras authorities of Now Orleans , will bo an additional at traction , which in itself is worth going to see , and the musical features of the Corn Palace are more charming than over. It will bo hold September 2o to Octo ber 11 , and the Sioux City & Pacific and F , E. & M. V. K. R'ds have mndo reduced rates on certain duys for this occasion , nnd will provide the necessary equip ment and train service to enable people to visit this grand exhibition. Write Jonas M. Cloland , secretary , Sioux City Corn Palnco , Sioux City , for informa tion relative to the Corn Palace , nnd J. R. Buchanan , General Passenger Agent , Omaha , Nob. , or any local agent of the Sioux City Sc , PiicUlo and F. E. & M. V. H. R'ds ' for further information as to rates , trains , etc. Tickets at lowest rates and superior accommodations via the great Rock Island routo. Ticket olllco , 1002 Six teenth and Farnam streets. Omaha. All musical Instruments repaired at S. Bank , 507 N. 10th. Gentlemen Always Desire that their clears shall bo of the best. To obtain such bo cortp'ji that you call on Wm. Goodocko & Co. , In the 13arkor block , 16th and Furnun ets , RUSHING OUT THE FAIR , Words Are Empty , Weak and Tame , aud Can't ' Express the Slaughter of Stock , Tlio Itr.illty Htcncih tlm Most Vlvltl Imagination Dry Goods Thrown Out ns If Money Were Dli-t Ilramlcls la HclUnj : Oat. DEEt'ERCUTS. BIGGER CROWDS. .1. L. HRANDKIS & SON GOING OUT OP BUSINESS. The closing and selling out of "The Fair" is tlio most remarkable- event in business circles. Ordinary stocks and stores have been sold out witli little or but pas-ting Interest by the public. The linnionbo amount involved , fully HALF A MILLION DOLLARS , And the really astonishingly low fig ures , make The Fair thq all-absorbing topic of the day. There is not a depart ment in tlio whole establishment that is not crowded by eager buyers from early morning to late nt night. There Is no question of a single article dragging on account of its price. Anything and everything from garret lo cellar , from one end of the block to the oilier , has bean marked down far below oven the actual cost of manufacture. The veriest staples linens , muslins and llnnnols , that are as good as gold , and not alTcctcd by the seasons , oven these prices are cut almost in two. 13ut tlio greatest cuts , re ductions nnd mark-downs nro to bo found In the 5 solid dopartmonts. DRESS GOODS , CLOAKS , CLOTHING , SIIOKS , MILLINERY. For example. All our 7c and So un bleached Canton llanncls now go at 4c a yard. Our heaviest grades of 15o and and 18c Canton flannels go at lOc a yard. Our flno white wool shaker llanncls go at oca yard. Our Me wool llannol in solid white , red and blue and shirting stripes go at lee a yard. Our 35c and 40c grade all wool heavy twilled llannels , in plain colors , shirting plaidsand stripes go at ioo ! a yard. Our dress coeds stock is going fast , but wo still have a good assortment of black and colored goods. Wo expect to make a big hole in this department the coining week , as wo have still further re duced the prices. WINTER GOODS MUST GO NOW. Such goods ns ladles' nnd children's yarn mitts , fascinators and toboggans are being sold at about i their value. Children's nice loc yarn mitts now go at 4c. Mitts that wore 25o now go at lOc. Fascinators that sold for Too now gofer for 2ie. ) Toboggan caps almost given away. Yarns that wore lOc a skein now go at Ic. Those 25o ones are now Oc. Those that wore oven 40c u skein go for 9c also. It would surprise you to see how fast the ladies are buying their cloaks , but ns they n < 'o all now goods and bought for this fall's trade , it is no wonder when you can buy a $20 real seal plush 42-inch sack at $ K.50 ) , and a line cloth Newmar ket worth from $10 to $15 for $5. So it goes all along the line. The shoes wo started to close out yes terday astonish everyone. People seemed to bo buying enough shoos for themselves and family to last them for years. But they could not invest their money in any better way , for every pair wo are now selling is guaranteed to bo worth twice the money. Come tomorrow if you can , if not , some other day ; but couio soon for this is near the end of of"THE "THE FAIR , " J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS , 602 , 501 , 500. 508. 510 South lath bt. Tomorrow , Monday , being a holiday our store "will bo closed , will reopen Tuesday with a now assortment of jack ets , fur capes and other winter novelties. HEYMAN & DEICIIES 1518 and 1520 Farnam St. Bruno guitar , S. Bank 507 N. 10. F. A. Roinhart , tlio photographer , corner Sixteenth and Douglas , wishes to say to the public that ho 1ms had the damage by flro repaired and is now ready to bervo his patrons in first class stylo. Mornn's School for Dancing , Guards armory , Capital avo. , will reopen on Thursday , October 2. Classes formed for children and adults , beginners , ad vance and assemblies. Write or call nt the above address for particulars. liefore Haying A piano examine the now scale Kim ball piano. A. Hospo , 1513 Douglas. Seaman phaetons best and cheapest. Fine watch repairing , S.Bank , 507N.1G. A. Max Jlolzhcimcr Co. Fine watch repairing , 1413 Douglas st Mormons In tlio Satrlwloli Islands. Mr. B. S. Do Lisle of the Sandwich islands is at the Midland , says the Kan sas City Times. Ho has been visiting relatives in South Dakota and is now on route for England. " 'You will perhaps bo " remarked last * kto surprised , lie night , learn that wo have thousands of Mor mons on the Sandwich islands. I came over with two ot their misslonories. They do not practice polygamy , being what are known as'Josopbitcs. ' They are all prosperous nnd successful. Of the 80,000 Inhabitants of the Sandwich islands perhaps 8,000 are Mormons. Perhaps ; tO,000 of the inhabitants are natives , another 80,000 Chinese aud the bnlnnco foreigners. "You will bo interested In knowing that the king lives in a million dollar palace , built of coral a few years ago by the loyal subjects , who willingly .sub mit to any tax lilirt upon them by the monarch. When the princess dlod a mausoleum was erected in her honor at an expense of $00,000 and the funeral cost 850,000 more. The government fur nished 10,000 uniforms for the natives who wished to attend the funeral. It was the largest aggregation of paid mourners the world has over BOOH " Try the White Front market. It You Wnut a I'lano Cheap , Cash or iimo , see the bargain at 107 N , 10th st. Molnborg , agent. linydcn Attend our grand sale of winter under wear. Special prices for Monday. The AVorld Do Move. And so do the elegantly appointed trains of the Burlington routo. By this favorite line , selected by the U. S. gov ernment to carry the fast mail , you have the choice of three * daily trains for Chicago and the east ; two for Kansas City nnd the bouth ; two for Denver and the west. The Burlington No. 2 Fast Express , vestlbuled throughout , equipped with elegant Pullman cars furnished with well selected libraries , reclining chair cars ( seats free ) , and dining car loaves Oimiha 4:30 : p. in. , arrives Chicago So. m. . serving breakfast beforearrival. . No. 0 , the fast mall , leaves Omaha 0:10 : p. m. , arrives Chicago 1 p. in. , equip ment and dining car service up to the highest standard. Ticket ofllco , 1223 "W , F. Vulll , 1IAY1WN IJItOS. Cutting I'Ncjcs on Hutter. Good country butter , 12k' , 15c ; the very best crcumory , 17Jc ; why pay twice the price nnd not get good butter ; picnic hams , Sc ; boneless - less ham , lOc ; sujnir cured ham , 12c ; dried hoof , 12Jc ; 24b. can corn beef , 15c ; 1-lb. can corn bcof , lOo ; potted chicken , 6c ; potted turkey , fia ; potted hnm , 6ci potted - ted ox tongue , oc ; brick cheese , lUJe ; full cream , 12je ; mustard sardines , Oc ; oil sardines , fie ; very best Columbia river salmon , li > } e ; vorv best crackers , 5c ; best oyster crackers , 60 ; bottle French prepared mustard , oc ; gold dust washing lewder , 3Je , poarllno washing powder , Me ; soapino , iljc ; 177(1 ( washing powder , 3ic ; largo bottle horse radish , lOc ; sajw lia. 74o : best laundry soap , 8 bars , U > c ; 18 lb.3. extra a sugar , $1.01) ) : 11 Ib * . gran ulated , $1.00 ; now prunes , Tie ; these are very good. good.TEAS TEAS AND COFFEES. Tlicro never was a moro complete line of tens and collues In Omaha or else where than is now at Havdon BroA Sun dried Japan , IWe , l2 > c , JiOu and 3fie. Basket fried Jaaii ) will bo reduced loc per nound for Monday's sale. Wo will sell them at 3ocloc , eec and G5c. Gunpowders , 3."c , 4oc , 5c nnd G" > e. In English breakfasts and Oolongs wo have everything at reduced prices for Monday. COFFEES. Rio 2oc. Fancy golden Rio 2Sc. Java , JlUo. Private growth Java , Monday , goes at Mocha nnd Java , blond , 32c. } Wo have just received a largo invoice ot green coU'ees , among them are the Santo Bueharamanga and the Bruten- zorg Java , all of which will bo sold at u big reduction on Monday. Remember they will bo fresh roasted. IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods and Groceries. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Flower pots , H-inch pots Ic , 4-inch pots with saucer 3Je , o-inoh pots with saucers 4Jc , 0-inch pots with saucers Cc , 7-inch pots with saucer lOc , 3 for 2oc ; 8-inch pots with saucers 12o } and 0-inch pots with enucor loc. Butter and preserve jars from } gal up to 10 pal 7jo per gallon , milk crocks 4c , 6c , 8c and lOc each. Boston bean pots ICc and 2oc each , churns 1o per gallon , preserve kettloa , porcelain lined , from iJoo up to a 12-q.uart kettle for 75c. Jolly moulds 5c each , handled cups and saucers COo per sot , wash bowl and pitcher 7oo , chambers GOe , plates 5c each , glasses 3io each , fruit stands loc each , cake stands ICc each , Do Vornes' ' crow black Ink 5c per bottle , mucilage 5c per bottle , cake moulds 5c each , cop per bottom wash boilers 60c , a rimmed copper wash boiler $1.75 , worth $3.7o ; a copper bottom tea kettle 03c , worth $2 ; a $3.05 all copper tea kettle for $1.50 , brass jack chains for hanging baskets , lamps , etc. , lOo andlCcpor yard ; harness snaps Ic each , worth lOc ; all steel cur rycomb lOc , worth 7oc ; a palmetto llbro horse brush 60c , worth $2 ; clothes wring ers Sl.CO , the western washer , the finest washer made , $4.50 , this is the only washer that docs not tear the clothes ; cake boxes Goc , Hour safes Ooo each , tea and coll'co cnncstors lOc each , dust pans oc , tea kettle loc , dish pans loc , sealing wax Ic per pound.IIAYDEN IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry goods and house furnishings. Rury tlic Hatchet And avoid the delay and trouble of chop- ping wood for the lire by using Mount & Grillln's patent kindling wood in bun dles. Being compact it taken little room , being1 prepared it burns hotter , being always ready it saves time , and is the re- fore moro economical to usn. Being kept by all grocerymen it is easy to got. The next time you order groceries ask your grocer to send you a bundle. Manufac tured only by Mount &Griflin , 213 South Fourteenth street. _ Spectacles fitted by a regular optician. Cost no moro and are immeasurably better for the eyes than those bought Imp-hazard of jewelers or druggists. N. M. Ruddy , the practical optician , 211 S. 15th st. Fits glasses exactly to your needs. Falconer's grand opening will take place Monday and Tuesday evenings. Falconer's grand opening will take place Monday and Tuesday evenings. - o - Humoring a Stranger. A slock broker who was on his way to the city , says the London City Press , observed that one of his fellow'passoii - gers in the 'bus ' was closely regarding him , and after a time the man leaned over and asked : "Didn't I see you in Liverpool in 1879 ? " The broker wasn't in Liverpool that ycarbut , thinking to humor the stranger , no replied in thoatlirmativo. "Don't you remember handing a poor shivering wretch a half crown ono night outside the Itoyal hotel ? " "Ido. " * > "Well I'm the chap. I was hard xip , out of work , and about to commit suicide. That money made a now man of me. By ono lucky spec and another I am now worth 5,000. " "Ah , glad to hear it. " "And now I want you to take a sovereign eign in place of that half crown. I can not feel easy until the debt is paid. " Tlio broker protested nnd objected , but finally , just to humor the man ho took the 4 change. The stranger soon left thoj 'bus , and everything might have ended then and there if the broker , on reaching the olllco , hadn't ascertained that the " liver " was a counterfeit , and that ho was1 out of pocket. All the latest sheet music lOc a capy. S. Bank , 507 N. 10. A TjlKht In livci-y Hcrtli. To the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway belong ! ) the credit of being the lifbt in the country to reduce the matter of electric lighting of trains to scientific perfection. Ono of thq novel features introduced in the bleeping cars is a patent electric reading lamp in each section. "With 'this ' luxurious provision reading at nlghttbeforo and after retir ing becomes as. . comfortable as by day , and when retiring the toilet may bo inndo in comfort and seclusion. The berth reading lamp in the Pullman sleeping cars run on the Chicago , Mil waukee & St. Paul railway , between Omaha and Chiisago , la patented , nnd cannot bo used by any other railroad company. It is the greatest improve ment of the ago. Try it and bo con vinced. Sleeping cars leave the Union Pacific depot , Omaha , at 0:10 : p. in. daily , arriv ing at Chicago at U0 ! ! a. in. Secure tickets and sleeping car norths at Union Ticket oHIco , 15111 b'urnuui street ( Ijarhor Block ) , Omaha. J. E. PUUSTO.V , F. A. NASH , Pass. Agent. Gcn'l Agent. Jluytlon Ilros. Attend our grand sale of winter under wear , Special prices for Monday. The now offices of the great Rock Island route , 1002 , Sixteenth and Farnam streets , Omaha , are the finest in tlio city. Call and BOO thotn. Tickets to all points cast at lowest rates. Curtain * and Drapery. Dcwoy & Stone F urnlturo Co. THE BOSTON STORE , Specials for Monday Now or Never is the Time To I'nt Uncle Snm'H Dollar to the Tent Only a Few of Them Needed lor Thin Oc casion , 75 pieces Victoria cloth for dresses at IJo per yard. 1 case double-fold English cashmere at tJe ) , worth _ 0o. AVe have just received 50 pieces fall suitings , which o will soli Monday at 21c. 10-Inch all-wool novelty plaids ! i9c. 51-inch Indies' cloth at 3c ! ) , sells the world over for GOc. 40-Inch black mohair silk ilnlsli brll- llantlnos 35o , worth 75c. 40-Inch black and colored Henriettas at 19c ; our everyday price Is lOe. 25 different colors silk plush Monday at 29c. 50 pieces now fall shades in velvets , all silk , 40c , worth 85c. LINEN DEPARTMENT. Half blenched , fancy border , German linen , 60 Inch wide , 29c. 60 Inch loom dice table damask , Mon day lOc. Bleached satin table damask , 50 inch wide , at 42jc , worth 8oc. 600 buck towels , choice ntthlsbnlo ,1Jc. 1 lot all linen crash goes like the bal ance , 1)2 ) o. o.GLOVE GLOVE DEPARTMENT. 1,000 pairs manufacturer's samples of kid gloves , no two pair alike , 2oc a pair , worth from SI to $2. Extra quality 4 button kid gloves , I9c. Mosquotairo kids in opera lengths,05c , considered cheap at $1. Genuine Alexander's kid gloves , Inco , hook or button , dressed or undressed , go at $1.19. 25 pieces shaker flannel at 4Jc. 1 case bleached muslin at 31c. Gents' all wool shirts and drawors,39c. Child's and Misses' scarlet vests and pants , 2oe ; every pair worth double the money. Misses' and children's white all wool vests nnd pants , all sires , inthissalc,3.5c , Ladies' zephyr knit vests , long or short sleeves , a genuine bargain , 50c. Choice of 500 pair of boys' pants , 25c. Boys' nnd girls' hats and caps , 100 dif ferent styles on sale Monday at 25o. Sowing silk veiling in all the latest colors , 19c. 100 pieces crepe Inco rushing , choice of this lot , 9c per yard. THE BOSTON STORE , 114 S. 10th St. Tireless and restless workers for the trade. P. A. Roinhart , thopliotographcrcor- ner Sixteenth and Douglas , wishes to say to the public that lie has had the damage by lire repaired and is now ready to servo his patrons in first class stylo. Guitars $3 , S. Bank , 507 N. 10. \vuiHO a. First-class cabinet makers and uphol sterers. Chas. Shiverick & Co. , 1208 Furnain st. THEY SJOMCHtS HOUSE. Neighbors Carry OIV tlio Dwelling of Francis Ituelillnn. "Look out for a two-story frame house with two windows and a door In front. " This thrilling message was sent over the telephone wires from the police station ut Irving Park to Englewood a few days ago , and Captain Elliott , who is in command at the latter place , at once detailed two of his best olliccra to work upon the case , says the Chicago Tribune. Ono month ago Francis Ruohllng , a widower eighty-three years old who has boon living alone for several years on Pearl btroot , near Garfield avenue , closed up his house and went to visit his son in California. Ifour days ago lie returned. Ho intended to bottle down again in his little home. Ho didn't , however , for the reason that ho could not mid a trace of his former castle. The old man gazed in astonishment on the spot whore his house once blood , but not a trace of it oould ho find. Nothing but the collar remained , and ns it was evident that fire had not swept away his homo , lie notified the police. Investigation by Captain Elliot's men brought to light the fact that the old man's neighbors in his absence had chopped down the house and carted it away piece by piece by piece for fire wood. The furniture , dishes , and every thing else about the place had also been appropriated by these accommodating neighbors. The police nro making arrests rapidly nnd up to 12 o'clock last night Barney , Bridget , Annnlo and John O'Neil. ' Ellen Culbort and Mary Spangler had been taken into custody for having a hand in the destruction of the old man's house Mr. Ruohllng is well liked by those who know him , and the police think there was no spite work in the btrango ulTuir , Jack Frost never bothers people whoso coal Inn Is well provided with coal. Look in your cellar and HCO if you nro not getting rather low on "Ulnek Diamond. ' ' AVe would bo very glad to have you permit us to replenish it with "Newcastle" tlio best boft coal in Omaha. Now ib a good time to buy vour winters bard coal. Mount Gritlln , 213 South Hth street. llnydon I ros. Attend our grand sale of winter under wear. Special prices for Monday. TlieltMuo Only t-ottU'il Vet. Although wo now number as a nation considerably more- than blxty million Eould there seems to bo plenty of elbow room , and overcrowded centers Is something - , thing of a misnomer on American boll. \Vo have hardly settled around the edges as it wore , of tlio Immense public domain of the United States , and along the line of tlio Union Pacific Hallway , Its branches and dependencies , there is land enough yet vacant to support half the present population of the country. And these lands are not barren wastes , but are good fertile farm lands. Seaman's wagons beat and cheapest. Buy shoos at Schoelply's and got ticket , for the $400 soalbkin 1415 Douglas. The only railroad tram out of Omaha run oxpronbly for tlio accommodation of Omaha , Council UlulTs , Des Molnos and Chicago business is the Hock Island vcstlbuled limited , leaving Omaha at 1:15 : p. in. dally. Ticket olllco 1002 , Six teenth and Furnnm sts. Omaha , Carpet cleaning nnd relaying. C. E. Dlckbon , olllco nnd works , 121U S. 83d at. Eouman mandolin , S. Bank , 607 N , 10. HAVDIN ; DUOS. Momlny'n I > rcH Goods hnlc. Our stock of dross goodi cannot bo Burp.issodby any house in the west as regards quantity , quality , styles or prices. Wo will sny to our patrons that on Monday and during the week wo will plnco on sale some of the greatest bar gains over ottered In dross goods. 45 pieces black gross-grain s llk 21 inches wide , usual price $1.50 , during thla ualo $1. 100 pieces of plush all now shades on sale at 4 lo , good value at 0 > i ! yard. 200 pieces all wool flannel suiting 61 inches wide in all shades , beautiful fin ish , extra quality , good value at Me , wili bo sold tit 60o yard. 100 pieces colored hcnrlotlas all wool 10 incites wide , sale price oOo yard. 160 combination milts In beautiful rich pat terns at half price. 150 pieces black dress goods at special low prices Monday. d3 IIA YD UN UROS. , Dry Goods and Suits. JKWKLUY DKFAKTMKNT. OKN Ul N K TEST SALK \Vho has the courage to meet our prices. Every article guaranteed as repre sented. Solid gold baby rings IScoach , worth 75c. 75c.Ucst Ucst rolled plate rhino stone eardrops 2oc pair. Itolled gold pinto hoop ear-rings loc pair.Gent's Gent's link cuff buttons in latest de signs 95c , worth $2. Ucautlful rolled gold plate glove but- toncrs : toc , worth $1. Gent's solid gold initial ring with 15 genuine diamond bets at $9 , worth $18. Ladies' ' solid silver chutlaino watch , stem vyind and sot , 83.50. Ladies solid gold pens with beautiful pearl and ivory holder , onlv S1.1U , why pay $3. Ladies' and gents' solid gold and filled cases with all the standard American movements at one-half jewelers' prices. Ansonla nickel alarm clocks "oo. Jumbo watches , warranted , $1.60. Do not bo misled by soft nonsense. We give a pobltivo and safe guarantee on every article. JIAYDKN BROS. , Dry Goods and Jewelry. TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS. Now styles in fine dress trimmings , buttons , braids and linings at very at tractive prices , Ladies hemstitched handkerchiefs at He , worth lOc ; nt 5c , worth loc. 200 doon ladles handkerchiefs worth I3oc to 50c , all on sale at 15c , 20c and 2"c. > . Ladies' collars , ruchlngs and ties all reduced to close , Special bale on embroideries , laces , flouncings , silk scarfs and tidies. IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods and Notions. Don't Sliivcr These early cold mornings , but use our patent kindlings In bundles which pro duces a quick , hot liamo and ignites coal immediately. For sale by all grocers. Manufactured by Mount & Grillln , 213 South lllh street. Call on Madame "Wallace for your fall suit. Your own goods made up. Uncle IVoin Gas to Coal. The scarcity of gas continues to . tlio main part in at least a dozen of' the leading iron works , bays the IMUbburg Chronicle-Telegraph. The falling off in supply and the loss of time are now bO discouraging in borne mills that the men threaten to quit work if the change back to coal is not soon made. There are nearly 8,000 iron workers on both sides of the Monongiihola river who have av eraged little more than half-time in the last three weeks. In about ten mills the restriction on the output of muck iron alone is at least 200 tons a day. There are a number of firms now which will commence to prepare for coal to bo used in case gas should give out when tlio weather gets colder. The change is rnado in the furnace as they are being repaired from time to time. So far as possible all tlio mills are run to their ut most , but tlio average is about two- thirds capacity. East Omaha lots for sale. Potter & George company , IGth and Farnam. Buy shoes nt Schoelply's and got ticket for the $400 sealskin , 1415 Douglas. : t IIAHVUST KXCUUSIOXS SOUTH ! I Via tlio AValniHli lloutc. On September 9 , 23 nnd October 14 the Wabuah will soil round trip tickets to points in Texas , Arkansas , Tennessee , Mississippi , Louisiana , Alabama , Geor gia and Florida at Half Faro , good for oO days. Remember the "Wabash Is the quickest route South and Southeast. Reclining Chair and Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars on all trains. Only 15 hours to St. Louis , 321 " " Chattanooga , 40 " " Now Orleans , 4Ci " " Now York , with corresponding fast time to all points South and east. For tickets and full information in regard to routes , nUo for a copy of the Southern Tlomobcolcors Guide , call at the Wnbasli Ticket Olllco , 1502 Farnam htrect , Omaha , or write 0. N. Clayton , Northwestern Passenger Agent , Omaha , Neb. Jla.Vlll'M Ill'OH. Attend our grand t-aloof winter under wear ; Special prices for Monday. A. MuIIoUliHiiKM'Co. . Fine watch rep tiring , 1413 Douglas fat. Bon F. Marti , who has been with Fivd Mohlo for seven years , has opened a loan oflicoat 111U Farnam street. CLEANING , dyeingflrht class work at Omaha Steam Uyo Works , 1W1 Howard. Banjos $3.50 , S. Hank , 507 N. 10. Seaman's carriages best and cheapest. MHS. J , BHNSO.V. Now Kail Gooiln In Kvory lo ) nrtmcn.t. An elegant line of kid gloves In nil the now cloth shades. A Hat seamed glnsso kid mosquotnlro filovo , especially good for struct wonr , prlco only sM.2-3. INFANT'S DKl'ARTMENT. Now goods In every line of infant , wear from bontlos up to clonks. ' LONG DRKSSllS From35out > to < ? 15.)0. ( ) SUORT UUKSSKS from 08o upwards. These dresses are good styles , neatly innclo and very much choiiper Ibnn you could make them your self. Flnnnol skirts from $1.00 , upwards. Blankets nnd HUCIUUH at all prices. LITTLIJ SHIRTS. \Vo < hnvo the best asMirtments in part wool , till wool and silk , prices from 23o to & ! .fiO. CLOAKS. "Wb have beautiful style * In infant's clonks for this fall , prices from $2.00 to $10.50. BABY CAl'S. A very largo line of now drawn work patterns In white and black silks. Cl 11LDR KN 'S 1)11 KSS US. "Wo have just received a very hand some line of dresses for children , from 13 to 10 years. These goods nro spread on a center counter and it is no trouble to show thorn , whether you wish to buy or not. They are nt popular prices and wo know you will bo nlcusoil with them it you look at them. Miss. .1. HK.NSON , 210und211iS. loth. A. O. "v. W. All members of Omaha lodpo No. 18 , A. 0. U. W. , together with their fam ilies and friends , are urgently requested to bo present nt a mooting to bo held In the lodge room , Barker block , on Thurs day evening next at 8 o'clock. An im portant matter will bo brought before the ineolingnnd a full attendance ) is re quested , 13y order of Ilia master work man. 'C. II. Cou.iKlt , Recorder. lli-nut fy Venn- Home * . A remark proof etching , nlcoly framed , for only $0 , at IIospo's gallery. Cabinet photographs onlv$2 per do/.en at G raj's ' , UU1 N. Kithst. Fifty per cent discount on sheet music , Omaha Music Co. , lol(5 ( Dodge. Winner of Sohoolply's s-ealskin cloak guaranteed u poifeet lit. 1415 Douglas. Seaman's buggies ucst and cheapest California IXcm-slon. Pullman tourist alec-ping car excur sions lo California and Pacific coasl points leave Chicago every Thursday , Kansas Uity every Friday via the Santa Fo route. Ticket r.tto from Chicago $47.50 , from Sioux City , Omaha. Lincoln orKansiis City5 ! , sleeping car rate from Chicago 8-1 per double berth , fiom Kansas City -ill pur double berth. K\ory- tiling furnished except meals. Tbeso excursions are personally conducted by experienced ( . \curtjlon malingers who accompany parties to destination. For excursion folder containing full purlieu- hirrt nnd map folder and time table of Santa Fo route and resolving of sleeping car berths , nddtetis S. iM. Ot-gpod , general - , oral sigent , E. L. Palmer , freight and passenger agent , A.T. & S. F. railroad , 330S Fiirnum street , Omaha , Nobrusktu Dr. Birney cures cntarih , Bee bldg. AKF IOTIII ) WITH IIKLLjOMMi4 A VOIIIIK 3I'in Who \Vont Cray.y IVotu tliu Toh-pli mo Klu ; ; . "Can I use your telephone ? " This question was luJccd of Mr. Vnlcn- tlner by a young man who entered hh drug-htoro at the corner of Clinton and John streets tlio other aflornoJii. "Certainly , " said Mr. Valentinor. pointing to the instalment ; "go ahead. " "But I havoi.'t ' tiny money. " "That's all right , ; I'll charge it to j OUT brother , " wild Mr. Ynluntincr. Something in the man's appcaranc attracted the attention of u Cincinnati Enquirer reporter , who happened to b in tnobtore at the timo. Tlio young man clutched the 'phono with trembling hand and giving a quick , budden ritijf shouted ho.irboly into the microphone ) "Give mo 4.01 ! , ( ! ( ! No-that ain't th number. What's Stella's number ? I know its in heaven , but what's the num ber ? " j By this time the reporter's astonishment - " mont was almost uncontrollable , but , btrango to say , Mr. Valentinor did not to m to share it. IIo simply whispered ! k\VnitI Again the young man gave a spasmodic medic ring. "I've been waiting long enough , " li shouted again. "I tell you , give m btolla. No , I can't find the number. No I won't ' wait. I won't wait. I won't , won't. " And in a frenzy lie dashed the "phone against the wall and rushed from the store. "There Is ono of the strangest cases of insanity on iecord"biiidMr. N'nlontinor. when the writer had somewhat recovered from his surprlbs. "That young man win as hano as you or I llvo yotiiH ago. His name is .lolin Rickorhof , and ho lives hero in the "West End. Five yo.ui ho WIN shipping clerk fora New Voile expelling house. Ho had become ) bo woriied , uoingof an excessively norvoua loniporuinont , by the coiibtant ringing ol the leloiihi.no all il.iy In his ears that , j though b..nu . nn all other subjects , hu li I crazy on thin , and runs Into urug sto * r * and 'uses telephones in a nervous , un strung manner , calling the namu of n former sweetheart , long since dead. I A use ia curious psychological studj Dr. Birney cures catarrh , Dee lililg A Tiny In V In pule. German and Swiss iMithuHin.stb for ho universal language of Vulupuk have , , iflt hold a festival at Constance nt whh ban Intea'sting feature was a dr.imalu1 per formance nt tlio theater In Volapuk RATH BUN'S USINESS COLLEGE Wnlitid ovpoclPil to clvoyoun front vlow IliNwonknf tlw pHuro iiliovn at tlio sumo tire * wltlililH liloaiapliy , Imt lie U very liasliful mid tliu fuel IK tlm luck vlow I * the lii'ht looklnX. Hut wo liopii tiiiHsrsiwiIolilm Inirlviiyoti a full \lownf Ills a u > t"iumni In uftitum IMIIII. Till * Kuiitlciiiiiii U the n 'iiinil iiitcntof onrTrnnsixiriiit n Coiuii'iiiy , amirf liurKii of all IIIH- ncMpuHtuml wcht. Hu U very Ki'iiliil and warm no rU'il.iin I i-lovur iitliUplilnloKiionir would Indk-iito. Hu \iTfJiililluijtoviT Ilii-fiii't tlmt J0 MtMlriir * linvti entered the uollnuo Mnc Sept. iKt.und that I'nif. ' UntilIjiui took first ! > i < iniii > iii < m ornuini'iitiil I'lminunxhlD , at tlio Niuto Tulr. lloaliiuilcslrvs tostntn Unit wo oun Kl\i'i lltn best , luihlno-n or Hmtthanil mill Tvu wiltlnu'cotit-soln tliostuto. aiidwIU , - alon or rufnnd inoiu-y. Ten puncenl aUcountto tii5oenturlnitteiricptciiitT. ) ( nll h * mrsnni < l ' i-nin inslilti freii to bliortlmni Btudiinta < < ulliiu < liioiii ( > rH na foroln-ular A l lrrss. UATIItUIN , KWlNd 4UON Cor. lot * aud Capitol Av . , Orntuii , NcU.