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. 8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : ! SUNDATft OCTOBER 5 , 1890-TWENTY PAGES ,
I1MDES BEOS , Bpocial Bale on Heavy Goodi Monday Morning. Oarfltock of Flannels nnd IJlnnUets J 'ever\Vi i\s ijsiruc n flt Pres ent , Our 1'rleci Never "Veres ai Low. All-wool red twilled flannel , 18c , 20o and 2-jc n yard ; nll-Mool mivy hluo twilled flannel , worth -lOc , cut down to 25c a yard ; German pi nk in ixed flannel. 12Jc. 1/jc and UOo n yard ; pray mixed twilled flannel , lOc.IGo and ! ! 0o a yard : fRT lc-dazzIo strlpcdand checked flannel reduced to 18o yurd ; striped and checked blizzard llannelcut down to 20c aynrtl ; nil-wool red shaker flannel , ! ! ocn yard ; wo have all the leading makoa of western flannels In stock ; whlto shaker flniinol , fan yard ; whltollanncl from lee aynrd up to 41.25 nyard. Compare our prices on embroidered flannels , Jersey llftTinol , older down and French llimncl , opera llannoln , etc , Wo will save you money. Ono lot ol outing llannol In polka dot on Monday reduced to 5c a yard ; all-wool llannol skirt patterns on Monday $1.00 $ each. BLANKKTS , BTjANKKTS. Just opened , 100 pair of bllvcr pray blunkotH , lni-go size , -\vclpli fij jwunds , only 81.75 a. pair ; 50 pair silver pray hlankotsat 81,17 npair ; gray blankets nt 98c a pair ; wlilto blankets nl59cn pair ; 124llnonllwool California blankets - ots , extra heavy und extra , wide , $15.00 a pair ; 12-4 blue i ray 0-pound California wool bliinkotsnt $ a.7G upair ; 10-1 white wool Maiihots reduced to $2.85 a pair ; 10-1 sanitary gray blank ets in red , blue or Rold herder , only $3.10 a pair. Most of our blankets woio bought direct from the mills during May and Juno and the McKlnl.ty bill will neb reach thoin , foras long as the present supply will last you shall have the benefit of llio low prices. Ilaydcii Bros , mo headquarters on blankets , they carry the largest stock and they rnnko the lowest prices or money cheer fully refunded , LINEN DEI'AETMniNT. "VYo have made some heavy purchases In linens the past two months and are In n position to offer you better bargains than over. Compare our towels nt Gc , 10c , lee , lOc und ifecench-our napkins at 25e.COc , COc , 7oc , $ limd $1,2-5 adoxcn our table lined utiiOe , Ko , 30o , 35clOc , , oOc , OOonnd Tooynnl. You can do no better than at Hnydon'B. On lunch cloths wo lead them nil for prices and quality. Chenille covers and turkey red covers are still going nt the reduced prices. Spool nl bargains in bleached linen crash 1 Co yard. "WASH DIIESS GOODS. Good standard prints 3c yard. Dress glnglmm worth lOc cut down to Cc jnrd. rto\v flnnnclotto suitings worth 3So only 10o yard. iNow btyles In twilled suitings only 8c yard. Clan tartans at loc yard. 36-inch wldo Armenian serge 1 fie yard. Our stock of muslins and sheetings nt wholesale prices. Our assortment of tickings , shirtings , piiighiuns , cretonnes and cotton flannels is complete and our prices are the low est , tIIA.VDEN BROS. , t Dry goods and Carpets. SPEC1AT- . SALE DAY MONDAY. 100 pieces dllkvelvet In all colors ut 44cviml , woith Slyard. 150 pieces of silk plush will go at the came low price , 4-lc , regular price $1. 28 nieces of surah silk in colors will closeat lOo yard , worth 45c yard. 10 inoro pieces 21-inch wide , very fine finish and extra heavy black gros grntn Bilk , fully guaranteed , $1 $ yard. 25 pieces of guaranteed faille fran- cnlso in colors , on sale Monday at 93c yurd ; others will as > k $1.35 for the saino. 60 pieces line surah silk in all colors , nil pure silk , worth $1 , to close on Mon day at 621eyard. 11LAOIC DRESS GOODS. 15 pieces 40 inches \\ldo Imported silk wnrp honriottu nt $1,25 , worth 81.3 ; tills is a big1 bargain. 19 pieces of imported honrictta 40 Inches wldo at Ooc , worth SI. 15. 10 pieces imported broadcloth , very licavy , beautiful finish , C-l Inches wide , will sell nt sight only 9oc a yard. 17 pieces -10 inches ' .vide "brillhmtino to close on Monday , 47ic n yard. 35 pieces ot Imported serges 44 inches wide , nil wool , very heavy nnd line linlsh , at ( > 5c and 75o u yard ; they would bo cheap at $1. $ 25 a yard. 75 pieces of all wool honrictta and cashmeres at47ic,55c , GOc and 75o yard. COLORED DUESS GOODS. 75 pieces nil wool plaids , the finest im ported plaids In Omaha , at Ooo n yard , worth from $1.50 $ to $2 a yard. 100 pieccsof all wool flannel suiting in nil shades , 5 1 inches wide , G2o ! yard ; would bo good value ut 85c. 65 pieces 40 inches wide strictly all wool llannol suitings , on Monday only , 25o yard ; worth COc. 42 pieces of fancy plaids and stripes , suitable for school wear , 40 Inches wide , only 25oyard ; a decided bargain. M ) pieces 40 inches wide caslmioro in all colors , on Monday , 2 } c , worth 40c , 2,000 remnants of dress goods at onc- tlilrd their value. Dress goods and carpets. Stovcinountiiigs reniclvoled at 1114 Dodge street. Guitars $3 , worth $0 , at S. Banks' , 507 H , 10th. _ Perfect bust guaranteed In thirty days. .AQdrcbs , P 2 , Hoc. f Edjjo Only 8ottlo l Yet , Although wo now number as a nation considerably inoro than sixty million ouls there seems to bo plenty of elbow Teem , and overcrowded center Is some thing of a misnomer -American soil. \Vo have hardly settled around the odpcs s it wore , of the iimnenso public do main of the United Slates , and along the line of the Union Pnclllo railway , its branches and dependencies , there. IB land enough yet vacant to support half the present population of the country. And these lands arc not liar ran wastes , 1m t good Ccrtllo farm lands. The only railroad train out of Omaha run expressly for the accommodation of Omalm , Council Bluffs , lies Molnos aad Chicago business is the Rock Island lostlMed limited , leaving Oinalm at 4:15 : p. m. dally. Ticket oflico 1002 , Slx- toouth and Famnm sts. Omaha. Clothe yourselves while the auction chattel mortgage halolasts , HlODoujlas , Seaman 'a buggies oest nnd cheapest Exposition Grniul Concert This After noon niul Kvonliijc- Second Infantry band , A. A. "Wodo mover , director , 25 cents admission , children 10 cents today only. 4 Tenth year , J. M. Gaynoro's Omnhn dancing academy , 1515 Dodgo. Will open for beginners Jlonflny eve. Octoboi 0 , with nil the latest dances. Private lea ons glvon , Now drcssmnkinff parlors 1015 Farnaia HARDEN nnos. Hitrnorrtlimry finlo of Lndlcn' Clill- ilren'unntl Gents' Wool Underwear. Special sale on Monday. Wo will sell children's underwear at manufacturers' cost. Attchd this grand sale nnd buy all yon want , us you may not have such another chnnco this Beacon. If you want anything in ladles' under wear nttend this sale tomorrow. Ladles' jersey ribbed vesta for fall wear only -oc. 1 case of ladies' natural pray vests , long sleeves , only 35c , worth COc. Ladles' camel's ' hair underwear , vests and pants , only 60e each , others ask $1. Ladles' heavy Egyptian cotton vests and pants only COc each ; worth 75c. Special 100 dozen ladles' scarlet lamb's wool vests and pants only 76c each , reduced from 81.2.j-tomorro\v wo on salolwo cases of Indies' ' all wool iiut ribbed vests , they como in pink , blue , s-carlct , whlto and natural jjrny. They are worth tl.HTj , $1.CO and $2 , your choice 7oc each. each.JIOSIKHY. JIOSIKHY. Terrific cut on hosiery for tomorrow. 1 ease of children's cashmere hose , all sizes.onlv 15c , worth 2oe. 1 case "of Infants' wool hose , 4 to 5 } inch , only 5c , worth 2oa. Ladles' fine cashmere hose , merino heels and toes , only 15c per pair , worth 25c. Ladles' blnclc cotton hose , fleece lined and warranted fast black , only 2oe , re duced from lOc. Boys' ' heavy cotton hose only 80 per pair , worth UOe.CORSETS. CORSETS. Wo will make prices on corsets tomor- ro.v so low that it will pay you to buy them nnd hoop for future use. $1 corsets reduced to 50e. Sl.OOcoivots reduced Io75c. GKNTS' FURNISHING DEPT. In this department many bargains will bo shown. Tomorrow wo will show the handsom est line of gents' neckwear for Uoo ever shown in this city. See our lines of Cents' underwear nt COc , 7oo and Ooc. Nothing over shown In Omaha like It. Wo carry a full line of Dr. Warner's sanitary underwear nt low prices. 1 CUM of gents' wool knit sox only 12jc per pair , worth 2oc. Gouts' jersey knit overshlrts 7flc , $1 nnd $1.25 , worth 40 per cent inoro. GLOVES. All ouruOa cashmere gloves reduced to 25c ; infants' wool mitts enl v lOo , worth loc. ! IIAYDKN'BROS. , Dry goods and carpets. OPERA. GLASSES. 800 white and oriental pearl opor.i glasses with automatic lotibo and mo rocco cases at $3.oO , worth $10. Our special watch sale is attracting attention from all parts of the country. Orders are coming from almost every state. Omaha is surely In the lead for best goods and lowest prices. Monday wo place on snloamngnlflcnnt stock of jewelry of every description , In newest and most exquisite novelties. Every article Is fully warranted. Why pay fancy pi-ices ? IIAYDEN IJROS. , Dry Goods nnd Jewelry. A , l > . Morse Asks every lady to call nnd look at our now styles of clotli top , front lace and button with the newest pat. leather top. in our now California too. and our special last called the "Piccadilly" ; they nro beauties ; make the feet level , dressy and neat , and are the linest goods ; price only $ o. These shoes are all inado to our own order , and can only bo hud at our store. 14th and Farmun. A. D. Riilly Around ttio That is what everybody mus't do be fore they llnd the center of "Tho Labyrinth" the great puzzle , cor. 14th nnd Chicago streets , where all political factions have but one aim to reach the "Center Polo. " Como on , ovoryhody ! Rally around the ling. Admission lOc. Labyrinth open uany anu ounuay irom10 iv p. in. $350 in valuable premiums givonawny. Exposition tills Afternoon nnd Kvcu'ff Grand concert at the Coliseum. Ringer & Bradley , 1519 Farnain want everybody that has bargains to offer In real estate for cash or exchange to list with them. New dressmaking p\rlors : 1915 Fnrnam. A MK'Hiti I'A-cry ftcrtli. To the Chicago , MilwaukeeSt. . Paul railway holongs the credit of being the first In the country to reduce the matter of electric lighting of trains to scientific perfection. Ono of the novel features Introduced in the bleeping cars is a patent electric reading lamp In each section. With this luxurious provision reading at night before and after retir ing becomes as comfortable as by day , nnd 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 Chicago , Is patented , and cannot ho used by any other railroad company. It is the greatest improve ment of the ago. Try It and bo con- vincc'd. Sleeping cars leave the Union Pacific depot , Omaha , at 0:10 : p. in. dally , arriv ing at Chicago at 0:30 : a. in. Secure tickets and sleeping car berths at Union Ticket olllco , 1501 Itanium street ( liarkor Bloclc ) , Omnhn. J. E. PHUSTO.V , P. A NASH , Pass. Agent Gcn'l Agent. Seaman's carriages best and cheapest. 1O Cents. Children 10 cents this afternoon at the grand exposition. Coliseum. " \VIicro Do "You liny Your Harness ? It will not cost you any more for a good Moffats Leather hand made har ness at mv place than you pay for an In ferior article of eastern imvko , and don't buy your horse blankets nnd carriage robes until you examine my stock. They are all now and fresh , no old stockcar - vied over. CH.\ULKS , LANDIIOUK , 1515 Howard St , A fine banjo , 13.50. S. 33ank,607 N.lGth st. 1O Cenls. Children 10 cents this afternoon at the grand exposition , Coliseum. AVIioro is Mrs , Jniucs A. Iloylau ? JnmesA. Doylnnof Marshall town , In. , caiuo to Omaha last londay in nnswei to a telegram to meet his wife and three children , who wore on route to Califor nia , and has boon scouring the city foi them over since. Mr. Boylnn is much distressed , especially an ho has heart ! that ono of the little ones is very sick , He Is stopping nt the residence of n friend nt the bouthwes > t corner of 17tli and California , \Vhoro is the family ? . Prof. J. II. Lonorgan nndvifo wil open their dancing school for Indies uni gentlemen Monday evening October 13 atGnrfleld hall , 1513 Howard. Chil dron's class Saturday afternoon , Octo borll. Como Kurly nmt Ilcnr Miss Raymond The great lady cornet soloist , BOO tlu grand exposition , concert by the Secant infantry band. 25 cents admission , chil droa 10 cents. Ztllss Raymond appear ; for the last time- this Sunday nftornooi and evening , JIAYIHJN 1IIIOS. Sclllni ; Groceries from 1O to 25 Per Cent Cheaper Than Any Hoitso in Omnlm. Don't ' miss this Bale. 8-pound can solid packed tomatoes Ocj these are the best goods packed. 2-pound can best sugar corn Oc. 2-pound can blackberries Oc , and the jest preserved 12c. 2 pound can gooseberries Oc. 2 pound can best preserved raspber ries 17lc. 2 pound can lima benns Be. 2 pound can Hiring beans 8c. 2j pound stonu jar of all kinds of jams lOc , worth Hoc. 3 pound can California egg plumalTic. 3 pound can California damson plums 17Jc. It pound can California npricots 17c. Potted chicken Cc ; potted ox tongue 3c ; potted hum fie ; deviled ham5c ; picnic ham 7jc : boneless ham 10 : sugar cured ham 12Je ; dried beef 12jc ; full cream checso 1-i ; 8 bars best laundry soap 250 ; sapolio7ic ; gold dust washing powder 3c } ; 1770 washing powder Ilc ; soapino 3J ; pearlino washing powder 3lc ; good country butter 12jc , lee ; very best creamery l"ic und 20c ; Minnesota best superlative Hour $1.35. IIAYDEN nnos. , Dry Goods and Groceries. SPECIAL. SALE OP HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Flower pots 3-inch pots , Ic ; 4-Inch pots , 3jc ; 5-inch pots , 4Jc ; 0-inch pots , 5ic ; 7-inch pots , lOc , 3 for ! 15c ; 8-inch pots , 12jc , nnd 0-inch pots , loc ; all pots liuvo saucers but the 3-inch. Wash bowls and pitchers , 37ic each ; chambers , 47c ; mugs , 5c ; soap dishes , 5c ; handled cups and saucers , 4to ) per sot ; plates , 6c each ; Hint tumblers , 25c each ; sauce dishes , lOo per bet ; milk crocks , loc ; butter jars , "ic per gallon ; copper bottom tom wash boilers , 5c ) ; a $3.50rim copper boiler , 31.75 ; wash tubs , 55c ; wash bowls , 16c ; wringers , $1.75 ; milk pans , Ic ; pad dle pans , Ic : pudding pans , 3c ; wash basins , fie ; Ink , Co ; scrub brushes , 5c. 0 dozen clothes pins. 6c ; mucilage , 5c ; potato knives , 6c ; cnlio forms , 5c ; toilet paper , 5c ; covered pails , 6c ; 2 tin cups , 5c ; 21 shoots of shelve paper , 5c ; spool of wire , 6c ; basting spoons , 6c ; rolling pin , Cc ; largo and BinnlL grates , 6c ; dlpers ] , 6c ; } gallon milk crock , oc ; whips , 5c ; 5 hnrncbS snaps ; 6c ; screw-driver , Sc ; 5 boxes of tacks , flc ; mincing knife , Cc ; potato tate masher , 5c ; box of toothpicks , 5c ; 2 mustard spoons , 5c ; Hour dredge , Cc ; skimmers , 5c ; 2-qt pan , Gc ; all size covers Co each ; match safes , oc ; dust pans , Co ; coal shovels , oc ; chimneys , 5o ; crcnm pitchers , Cc ; tea and tablespoons , Cc per set , Gc ; packages stove polish oc ; shoo blacking Cc ; wooden spoons 5c ; flesh forks , 5c ; comb cases , Oc ; whisk brooms , Cc ; door scrapers , 5cfunnel8 ; , Cc ; machine oil , 5c ; oil cans , 5c ; cuke cutters , Sc ; egg beaters , Cc ; tea strainers , Co ; wardrobe hooks , 0 for ficfcurry combs , 5c ; towel racks , 5c ; sad irons , oe per pound ; quart cups , 5c ; 2pio tins , oc ; iron hanging soap dish , 5c ; axle grease oc per box , earthen plo plates , Cc , and hundreds of other articles for 5c each. IIAYDEN BROS. , Dry Goods and House Furnishings. NE\V VOll 1C 5c A.XD lOo Bargain Store , 212 N. 10th St. \Vo ha 'o received a very largo invoice of all kinds of goods for our fall trade. Every department of our great 5 and lOc store is chuck full. Our prices for Mon day only will bo cut to the core. Never In this city have such bargains been of fered for Cc and lOc as wo will offer to morrow. 230oz. < . cut glass tumblers , never sold before for less than lOc , Cc ; 100 doz. plain and cut glnss goblets 6c , worth lOe ; 500 doz. elegant butter dishes , 5c ; 500 beauti ful sugar bowls , 5c ; 500 do/ , spoon hold ers , oc ; 500 doz. cream pitchers , 5c ; 1,000 beautiful decorated , 0-inch vases , lOc. Plates 5c , worth lOc ; oyster bowls Cc , vegetable dishes 4c , worth lOo ; 14 qt. rinsing pan , 25c ; 10 qt. galvanized bucket , 2oc ; cup and saucer , 60c ; sot , decorated bowl and nitchor. 81.3-5. SPECIAL. 100 plush albums COe , worth $2.00 ; 300 plush frames 3oc , worth 7oc ; 200 plush frames 50c , worth $1,50 ; complete water sot , tray , pitcher , 0 glasses , only OOc. Wo still have a few of these 2oc cuspl- dores. The Now York 5c & lOo Bargain Store. List your property for rent , sale or ex change with Kingor & Bradley , 1C10 Farnam. IJuy n "West I'oint Ilcntcr , The West Point base burner is still the leader of all others in style , finish , quality of castings , in heating capacity and economy of fuel. For sale by A. 'I. McCargar , dealer in hardware , 410 N. 10th st. See Samuel Burns' front windows. English decorated dinner sot $11 , for merly $20 and English ivory toilet sots $8 , formerly $12. See them. Save your eyesight. Have glasses fitted bv a practical optician. N. M. Ruddy , 211 S. 15th st. Weber , piano tuner nt Meinberg's. m Exposition tills Afternoon a till Evcn'i ; Grand concert at the Coliseum. Coliseum Kulltling. Every ono should hear Miss Alice Raymond mend , the great comet soloist. IIAL.F FAUia KA.T1LS. To the St. Louis Fair and Exposition , via the Wabash It. R , ' Commencing Saturday , Oct. 4 , until Oct. llth the \Vabash will sell tickets to ovoryhody desiring to attend the greatest Fair nnd Exposition on earth at the above rate. Gaud Pageant of the Veiled Prophets on Tuesday evening , Oct. 7th. Reclining chair and Pullman Butfot slcoping cars on all trains. 15ng- gage checked to destination from hotels and private residences. Forotickots , sleeping car berths and further informa tion call at the Wubash olllco. 1G02 Far nam st. , or nt Union Pacllio transfer station , Council BlulTs. Gixmau N. CLAYTON , N.V. . P. A. , Omahn. Seaman's phaetons best nnd cheapest Ullss wants all of the ladles of Omaha and vicinity to call this week and see the elegant line of Imported novelties she has solected. Coliseum Hnlltllng. Every ono should hear Miss Alice Raymond mend , the great cornet soloist. Curtains nnd Iirnpcry. Dewey & Stone Furniture Co. Ilufuro A piano examine the now scale Kim ball piano. A. Llosue , 1513 Douglas. Carpets. Chns. Shlvorlck & Co. , 1200 , 1203 find 1210 Farnam St. Seaman's carriages bosc and cheapest. The Bahmnn mandolin nt S. Banks' , 507 N. ICth. _ Ladles , you will find an elegant line ol imported pattern hats at Bliss' , 1510 Douglas st. Take elevator for millinery parlor. THE BOSTON STORE Buys 12,000 , Roaligjirsoillos nnd Oroohot Whttt Bed Spreads. Ilorneo MnxwclUCCciy York's Operator In ilitxl SproiulH , CloicH Out His Entire Sample Lines und Stuck on llaiul. WE DUY TIIKM AT 2-Jc ON TIIU DOLLAR. All the crochet and Imitation mar- Eolllen white bedspreads that have boon used ns samples and nro slightly soiled go in ono lot tomorrow atlite. . All the bolter grndo of Marseilles fine whlto bedspreads that are slightly mussed from being used as samples go at 7Cc. 500 fine colored bedspreads , Hates' ' bedspreads , and real Marseilles spreads , Uoc. 120 Imported real marsolllcs spreads , e.xtru largo size and heavy , go at $1.2.5 , worth fully $2.50. At $1.GO wo offer you fine grade of colored wool bed spreads nnd oxtralargo marselllos quilts that are worth fully $3. In this purchase were about CO of the finest grndo of bed spreads that wore over imported , that go tomorrow at "COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS. Extra large line satlno comforters , turkey red lined , 81.7o. Real French imported satlno com forters , extra largo size and heavy , at $1.08. The finest whlto corded cotton com forters , covered with imported satlno on both sides , $2.50. Full sl/.o comforters , covered with the best quality standard calicos , OSe. Fine and heavy silver gray blankets $ 1. 2o. Fine wool , extra size , scarlet blankets , $2.08. Real California and Minneapolis blankets , in whlto only , extra size , $1.50 , worth $10. JioO dozen children's underwear con sisting of natural wool , medicated scarlet - lot and fine whlto merino , allsi2esvests , pants and drawers. AT 50 , IOC , 121C. 15C , 19C , 2oC , SOC , 'JoC AND -ISC. Less than wholesale jobbers' prices. 180 dozen ladles' extra line underwear In wool and jersey ribbed , all long sleeves , camel's hair , natural wool , cashmere - more , scarlet and fancy colors , at lOc , H5c , 48c , 79e , OSc , worth double , EXTRAORDINARY SALE OP LADIES' ' HOSE. 2,700 dozen , job lot and samplesladics' ' fine all wool cashmerohoseinfast black , natural and fancy colors , in plain , drop stitch and Cleopatra ribbed , at 15e , l e , 21c , 32c , 48c , Ooc. This is less than COc on the dollar. THE BOSTON STORK , 114 S. IGth st. TJOW Exctu-Hloii Unto * to the Hast. Commencing October 7 and until further notice , the Ohio & Mississippi railway will bell round trip tickets from St. Louis , Mo. , to .Cincinnati and return nt $0. Columbus , O..nnd . return , $8. Pittsburg , Pa. , and return , $12. Harpers Ferry and return , $15. Philadelphia and return , $17. Boston and return , $22. Dayton , O. , and.return , $7. Gallon and return , $10. Mansfield , O. . and return , $10.50. Akron' , 0.- , and return11. ' " Cleveland , O. , and return , $11. Jamestown , N. Y. , and return , $12. Buffalo , NY. . , and return , $13. Salamanca , N. Y. , and return , S13. Youngstown and return , $11. A Ibany and return , $20. Liberal return limits for tickets. For information call on or address M. J. Lyttlc , G. W. P. agent , ofllco 105 North Broadway or Union depot , St. Louis. Was Count Ceo Tolstoi Mart ? To write a tale so extremely bad That ono , a maker of clothes ; ( Not from Cincinnati ! ) Should decree that through the P. 0. You can not got Krcutzer Sonata ; As much so as the man who does not acknowledge that Robertson Bros , sell only the finest cigars at 216 So. 15th st. Miss Allen Kaymontl , The greatest lady cornet soloist In the world , for the hist time this afternoon and evening .at the Coliseum. A Graiul Entertain incut. The people of Nebraska and Iowa can not afford to miss the Sioux City corn palace festival for 1890 , September 25 to October 11. In addition to the palace , which is grander than over , and artibticnlly dec orated with the corn and kindred p'.ants representing the grandest agricultural country In the west , there nro to bo im posing street pageants and delightful concerts each day and evening. Re duced rates and special train service on the S. C. & P. R. R J. R. BUCHANAN , General Passenger Agont. CLEANING , dyelngllrst class work at Omaha Steam Dye Workso21 Howard. For fine watch repairing go to S. Bank , 507 N. IGth. _ Dance , supper and sociable given by M. W. of A. Omaha , camp No. 120. Wed nesday evening , October 8 , 1800. Barker block , S. W. Cor. 15th & Farnam st. ( take olovator. ) All Omaha and South Omaha camps Invited. HnrdHliips ofGciilus. Queries Magazine : Homer was a beg gar. Spenser died In-want. Cervantes died.of hunger. . Dryden lived in poverty nnd dlBtross. Torrance , the dramatist , was a slave. Sir Walter Ruloigh died on the scaf fold. fold.Bacon Bacon lived a life of meanness nnd dis tress. Butler lived alifo of penury nnd died poor. poor.Paul Borghesot had fourteen trades , j'ot starved to death withal , nTnsso , the Italian poet , was often dis tressed for livo-ehllUnirg. Steele , the humorist , lived a life ol perfect wnrfnre"wilh bntlilTs. Otway , the English dramatist , died prematurely , anttithrough hunger. Dentivoglio was refused ndjnl-UHuCO into a hospital ho had erected "himself. The death of Collins was through neg lect , lirat causing mentalrf doraiigcinunt. Cliattorton , the child of gonlui- and misfortune , destroyed himself at eighteen , Savage died la a prison at Bristol , whore ho wascojiilnod for. a debt of $10. Goldsmith's/Vicar ' of Wnkoileld"wu sold for a Jj-iflo to have him from tin grip of tlyjlnw. Fielding H0s in the burying ground ol the English factory at Lisbon , without n stone to marie the spot. Cnmoena , tie ) celebrated writer of the "Luslad , " tlo great PortuguebO epic , ended his life , it is said , in nn alms house ; and , atny rate , win hupportctl by a faithful blaok servant , who begged in tbo btreoU of .London for hiui , M. 11. * - * . On JllontlnyVo Commence for Tlmt Week Special Offering * . In dress goods , silks , velvets , now goods just imported , splendid lines of hos iery and underwear nt the lowest prices wo have over mmlo , nmongst which is n fuH line of Dr. Jaeger's Indies' all wool underwear , which we will sell at 20 per cent discount from the price they are sold elsewhere. The maker wishes them sold at the full price , but this Is too much beyond the regular pro lit wo ask nil over the house and wo have decided to sell them at i0 ! per cent , which places them nt about the same value ns the other underwear wo sell. Wo also throw on the market next week an enormous stock of blankets and comforts at prices never thought of hero before. A splendid 10-4 wlilto nt8c } , also in silver gray , nnd a magnificent quality at $1.95 , would be cheap at $0.00. and hundreds more all of equal value , ulso a big lot of ladles' and gent's hand kerchiefs at extraordinary prices , and some great bargains in ribbon" . This is the only advertisement wo will make of these goods as wo cannot afford long and expensive advertisements nnd sell goods at such prices. These goods will bo on sale all week at these prices. N. B. FALCONER. O Xho Uncos. At Union driving park , Council Bluffs , under the auspices of the Omaha and Council BlulTs Driving Park association , begin Tuesday , October 7 , and continue four clays. As the track is ono mile in length and in the best possible condi tion the fastest time can bo expected. ! Mnny of the horses have fine records already , and ninny of thorn are brought with the avowed intention of lowering them. There will bo a line Held of horses nnd some phcnominal tune made by them. The motor company will run cars di rect to the grand stand every 10 minutes , from Omaha and Council BlufTs. Ad mission to tlio park , including car faro from cither Omaha or Council Bluffs , 50c. Good music will bo provided every day. The association has secured excur sion rates on all railroads. nitVK FIGUllES. Furniture Sale. By request of our many customers , wo will repeat our blue figure sale of Octo ber , 'S'J. ' On Monday , October 0 , over 1.000 dif ferent articles of furniture distributed throughout our stock will bo conspicu ously marked in plain blue figures nt just one-half their usual prices. This sale was originally inaugurated to close out the odds and ends , but this year to make the assortment complete wo are obliged to include many of our choicest pieces. These goods marked in blue figures are actually one-half their value. Wo make this statement that cus tomers may como and not bo disap pointed. The sale Includes all kinds of furni ture" and will continue during October. CHAS. SIIIVKRICK As CO. , Furniture and carpets , 1200,1208 , 1210 Farnain street. Weber , piano tuner at Moinbcrg's. mm * . - LINDQUIST Mary , only dnuKhter of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Llndniilst , died at their res idence , 701 South Eighteenth street , Octo ber 3 , aped 18 years , ! ! mouths and 23 days. Funeral October 0 nt2 p.m. from tbo Swed ish Lutheran church on Nineteenth and Cuss streets. Meet at the house nt 1:30 p.m. In terment at Forest Lawn. Friends invited. LARSEN" Mrs. Mattlo , aged 78 years , died October 3 of heart disease at the homo of her son , Mr. AithurC. Larson. 1527 South Fifteen th street. Funeral from residence-Sunday , October 5 , at 2 p. m. Friends invited. For choice millinery call at Bliss' , 1510 Douglas st. Mrs. Bliss has returned from Now York and is now ready to show the finest and largest line over seen in the city. Allen Hiiyniond , The greatest lady cornet soloist in the world , for the lust time this afternoon and evening at the Coliseum. Spectacles correctly fitted. N. M. Ruddy , practical optician , 211 S. 15th st. * VodicknTAILORnoved to U. S. Nat'l bankbldg. Now fall and winter cloths. Special Silverware Sale , All next wcokC. L. _ Erick6on,200 , N. IGth Exposition Grand Concert This After- no on ntid levelling- Second infantry band , A. A. Wcdo- moyer. director. ' 2-5 cents admission , children 10 cents today only. Never has there anything been intro duced in Omaha before that has made the hit that the Now Washer has , sold by Zisn , 1021 Howard. TIIU G1U3 A.T SIOUX CITY Corn Palace .15xlill > itlon. September 2o to October 11. Take the "Northwestern Lino. " Runs dally through trains , Sunday in cluded. Leaves U. P. ttcpot , Omaha 7:15 : a. m. Leaves Council muffs 7:4. : ) a. m. Arrives Sioux City 11:25 : a. m. Leaves Sioux City (5:3. > p. in. Arrive Council Bluffs OrtU p. in. Special motor line borvlco arranged to connect with this train from and to Omnhn. This is the shortest and beat line. Round trip faro from Omaha $ : i.-15. J. Jl. BUCHANAN. Coliseum Hiilldlng. Every ono should hear Miss Alice Raymond mend , the great cornet soloist. Half IJntes to St. houls via tlio Itur- lillKtIMI. On account of tbo St. Louis Fair ami Exposition , tbo Burlington will t-cll tick ets to St. Louis October to 11 inclusive , at ono faro for the louml trip , with fifty cents added for admission to the fall- grounds ; tickets good for return to Oc tober 111. .Grand parade of the Veiled Proimols" Tuesday evening , October 7. Ticket oillces 122. ! Farnam street , W. F. Vaill , Agent , nnd at Union Depot. Exposition Grand Concert Tills After noon anil 10 ye ill 111 : . Second Infantry band , A. A. Wedo- mover , director. 2o cents admlbulon , children 10 cents today only. Mlsn Alloo Uiiyinond , The greatest Indy cornet soloist In the world , for the last time this afternoon nnd evening at the Coliseum. llciuitlfy Vour Homes. A remark proof etching , nicely framed , for only $0 , at Ilospo'a gallery. Mrs. J. J. Has just returned from Now York with the latest imported millinery novelties. PARISIAN CIjOAK AM ) hUlT GO. Second Weekly Hin-fjitln Fnlc of Clonks nntl HultH Muiulii- . Ono do7.cn Alahka sonl Banuos , 88 inches , only $85 ouch. Six line sanvici" , 40 inches , $100 each. "Wo simply defy competition nt those prices. These goods were purchased cnrly last spring before the great ad vance In price of seal skins was mndo. and as wo have ono uniform pro lit all through our store wo shall give our patrons the benefit nnd present these astounding bargains tomorrow morning , Komomhur there is a choice , and first como first served. CHILDREN'S ' CLOAKS , CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. Templing llargnlns. An utmost endless variety in styles nntl material ; sizes from four years to four teen years and prices ranging from $ -.150 to $8.00. These goods arc really worth double the money. Hemembor wo offer only new and stylish goods ; no old , car- rlou over trash. JACK UTS , JACKETS. Novelties In jnckots and reefers. Our aim Is to suit everyone ; our motto to give the best Hoods for the lowest possi ble price.SUITS SUITS , SUITS , SUITS. Tea gowns nnd morning wrappers ; thousands to choose from. It Is the unanimous verdict of nil the ladies who examine our gowns and wrappers , that it is foolish to bother hunting up mater ial and paying dressmakers when they can purchase these lovely garments at such moderate prices. Parisian Cloak nnd Suit Co. , the only exclusive cloak nnd suit house in the west , Southeast corner Fifteenth and Harncy streets , Ramgo building. The Round Oak is only bought by the hotter classes , and is driving the base humor from the market ; u feeder comes with It for hard coal , nnd I challenge anybody to produce nbaho burner that will heat as much room with the same amount of fuel as the Round Oak. Well , ills made in all sizes this season from the smallest to the largest heating stove that exists ; It is only sold In Omaha by W. F. STonrzKL , 1021 Howard. Through coaches Pullman palace sleepers , dining cars , free reclining chair cars to Chicago nnd intervening point via the grout Rock Island route. Tloko olllco 1U02 , Sixteenth and arnani. l Ilnn Alice Hayinoiid , The greatest lady cornet soloist In the world , for the last time this afternoon and evening at tlio Colibcum. Solid gold spectacles and eyeglasses ; Inrgobt stock , neatest styles , lowest prices. N. M. Ruddyoptc,21 IS. 15th st. O Cook's first-class family shoo store , 1312 Farnnm street , sells line shoos $1 a pair cheaper than any lottery shoo shop in the city , and you have a larger and finer stoclc.to select from. E. F. Ringer nnd E. N. Bradley have associated themselves together at 151 ! ) Farnam St. , in the real estate , loan and rental business. All business placed in their hands will receive prompt atten tion. A. Max llol/.hoininr Co. Fine watch repairing , 1413 Douglas st. Now dressmaking parlors 1915 Farnam. II Von Want a IMnno Cheap , Cash or time , seethe bargain at 107 N. 10th st. Moliiberg , agent. 1G02. Sixteenth ana Farnam streets is the now Rock Island ticket ofllco. Tick ets to all points cast nt lowest rates. Coliseum ItullilliiK. Every one should hear Miss Alice Raymond mend , the great cornet soloist. Ail KIcKnnt Upright Pinna for $175 , Omaha Music Co. , 1510 Dodgo. 8U.VSATIO.NAn JliVlia/UNH / MONOAYV - V _ - Tlie ODCont Htorc , 1II1O I'nrnnm tit. , ! i DUOPH from t-tttiSt. | KIT011KN FITHNISI1INGS. Copjjer bottom bollors f 8c , usual prlc $1.25 ; splendid tea Kettles 2oo , worth 76V ; nickel plated ousplilors lOo , nfdldo hniullo frying nans lOo , best stoe ) tacka S lo package , full count ; clothespins lo/ pcrdo7.cn , wimhboards 22c , host made * wash tuba 15c , < V" > o and Coo ; ivrlrigurs $1.08 , worth $ -4 ; best carpet B\viot > or inado for the money , $ l.-ll ) ; bout nickel plated polishing nnd Irons" , 7oporlb ; clothes racks for drying clothes on , 2JC , yic ) and -lc. ! ) 1,000 other bargains In * useful kitchen goods at leas than the Melvlnloy turllV on thorn. UAHV CAIWIAOKS. > I $1.18 , 81.09 , W.H5 , $ O.Do , $7.00. TOYS , DOLLS , ALBUMS. Special poods , special values not to bo found ut any other store. Our Itltl body blslc head dolls at lOe , liic , ; ! ! ) c , 450 anil upward uro the talk of the city. See im on jewelry ; wo are constantly adding to our Block and show the newest noveltloa ns soon as they appear. It pavsto keep posted on our low prices. THIS 1)9 ) PUNT STOHK , 1319 Fnrnnniflt. , II. Hardy & Co. , whole sale and retail. A Ilurjjnlii in n I'lauo. Call nt once. Omaha Music Co , , 1510 Dodge st. Seaman's wagons best and cheapest. Veiled Prophets nnd Imposition. DOn account of nhovo , from Oct. 2 to 10 , good to return until Oct. 120. The Mis souri Pacille railway will sell tickets to St. Louis and return at ono faro. FOP further Information call nt city ticket olllco , N-IQ corner lllth and r'arnnrf * streets , or depot loth and \Vobsto streets. TllOS. F. R &T.'A , J. O. Pim.uri'i , A. G. F. & P. A. Mrs. Mercer , manicure , -101 Bee bldg ] The now office1) of the great Rock Island rout o,1001i , Sixteenth and Furnnui streets , Omaha , nro the finest In the city. Call and see them. Tickets to all points , east at lowest rates. The Automatic City. At tlio exposition , Coliseum. For rent a splendid ten room house , 22i5 Dodge , furnace , bath , gna , bower , etc. Good repair , newly papeied ami painted. Low rent ton good tenant. N. A. Kuhn , 15th and Douglas. Crowds of people every day attend IhA great shiuglitoring auction niortyngo sale of clothing. 1419 Douglas. Try the Whlto Front market. The residence of Rev. Clms W. Sav idgo is Lcixveaworth and 2"th meiiue. Now dressmaking parlors 1015 Fanmm. The Worltl Do Move. And so do the elegantly appointed trains of the Burlington route. Hy 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 and the south ; two for Denver and the west. The Burlington No. 2 Fast Express , vestibuled throughout , equipped with elegant _ Pullman cars furnished with well selected libraries , reclining chair cars ( seats free ) , and dining car leaves Omaha 4:30 : p. m , , arrives Chicago 80. in. , serving breakfast before arrival. No. 0 , tlio fust mall , loaves Omaha 0:10 : p. m. , arrives Chicago 1 p. in. , equip ment nnd dining car service tip to the highest standard. Ticket olllco , 1223 Farnam st. W. F. Valll ugont Tickets at lowest rates and superior Accommodations via the great Roolc Island route. Ticket olllco , 1GO.I blx- teunth and Fnrnam streets. Omaha Owing to the large number of requests that * the splendid offer made by us of the Encyclo paedia and Daily Bee should not be withdrawn , we have decided to accept orders for a short time longer. The full set , ten volumes is now complete and we will consequently make a slight change in our terms. OUR PROPOSITION THE OMAHA BEE offers a year's sub * scription of the daily paper including the SiTH * * * clay issues delivered at your address and a complete set ofTHE AMEICANIZEDEN- CYCLOP/EDIA BRITANNICA for $2.50 per month. The ten volumes delivered on pay- mennt of $5.00 and the balance payable $2.50 per month. 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