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8 THE OMAHA DAILY HUH : SUNIUvYT tfEHIUTAllY 5. 1808HSIXTEEN VAOKR.
W , \l \ BENNETT CO , Wo Offer Some Special Drives in AlUepart- monta Monday. COME SEE THEM-TO SEE IS TO BUY A Dollnr Will Oo further nt Ilcnnott'H Tlmn Ton Cnn linngliin Ilrnnrtt'iiUunt- lly Kcrl i\crytliliiK--Con- : Con\lnco Youmrlf. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. The Himo pices will prevail in this department all this next week that wo advertised for the past week , and many new cuts have been made. Your dollar will go further with us , tin our prices arc the lowest and our weights , counts and measures are aHvnys right. Wo hell till kinds of M'tilos cheap. Also measures of all kinds. In our Tea , ( 'oITco and Spleo Depart ment we are nmking very low prices. Wo also have an exhibit of Highland Cream for Tea and Coffee- und all kinds of cooking. We are sen ing it in u de licious cup of colTce free. Come In and get a cup. BENNETT'S HARDWARE. Spring balance scales , 5e. Last cliunco to get a good t-crcw driver for Jc. Tea kettles , copper bottom. 25e. Quart covered pall only 5c. Wash buslns only 5cr Funcy servers only 3c. 1 quart retinncd dipper only 5c. Copper bottom wash boiler U5e. A.xo helves lOc each. Scrub brushes 3c each. Carpet bwcepcrsut $1.00. In this department we carry quite a line of scales which we will sell cheap , thereby compelling everybody to give yon full weights In every thing you buy. BENNETT'S CIGAR AND WOODEN WARE DEPARTMENT. Cigars , le. 2c , 3c , 4c and 5c. All kinds of tobaccos , chew ing and smoking , cheap. Great sulo of spice cabinets , only IHc , former price 98c. Wushtnurds 12c. Market baskets , .le. BENNETT'S MEAT DEPARTMENT. We tire selling great quantities on tic- count of our prices being verv low. al though the market Is advancing. We handle only the best meats we can buy : no M'conds or bruised meats in our store. BENNETT'S Bl'TTER AND KGG DEPARTMENT. Sales nre still phcnominul. Butter 14c and lOe and upwards. Fggs all the best and candled bv us. BENNETT'S DRY GOOD NOTION DEPARTMENT. Towel sulo Lurgo towels 5e. Huck towels lOc. Huck towels 12c , formerly 15c. Damask towels lOc , formerly 12e. I luck to\\elHl7c. Fast bluck hos-o 19u. to clo e and a largo line of other articles all at low prices. Mittens and gloves in this department nt cut prices. BENNETT'S CROCKERY DEPART MENT. 4-pieco glass sets , large sl/.o and very heavy only 05c : others sell them for $1.00 and call tiicm bargains. A few 1 quart tankard glass pitchers left , which wo will close at 15o or 2 for 25c ; they art cheap at 25c each. 3-bnttlo glass castor , nickle stand und bottles nlcklo top , 27e. Our 30o. syrup ctin can't bo beat fcr COc in the city. 7-inch glass covered bowl , 22c. 10-inch cuke stand , luc. 10-inch open glass bowl , 40c. 10 inch glass dish 15e. 8- inch glass dish 12c. 0-inch glass dish 80. These are great bargains , bo sure nnd see them. Wo hii o loft ten of the 100-picco din ner sots wo advertised nnd sold lust Sut- urduy for $0.98 , Wo will close them out tomorrow , see them. Kitchen lump 42e. This lamp is a combination stand , bracket rellcctor lamp , and a beauty. Wo will continuo to Fell.tho best grade of white granite as we advertised it last week. Cups and buueers , handled , 33e Eft. Eft.fiinch fi-inch plates 40c dozen. 7-inch plates Oc ench. 8-inch plates 7c each. Terra cotta cuspidor , nicely decorated , 25c. 25c.China China decorated cuspidor 49c , would bo thought cheap at 75c. Hand lamp , complete , l.'ic. Hand lamp , complete , 25c up. A good hanging lamp , complete , $1.50. 0 piece toilet sot $1.98. These sets are large and tlio decoration as good as on any $15.00 sot. 10 piece set $2.08. 12 piece set $4.98. Nickel top syrup cans , assorted colors , 3fic. 3fic.A A good syrup cnn for 80 ; this can Is sold for 15o in most stores. DRUG DEPARTMENT. Wo still lead In all of our prices , vl/ . : Prescriptions put up at about one-half the usual price of other druggists , and all warranted. All patents sold on n basis of 05c to 75c for $1 articles , and all warranted to suit. IN STATIONERY. We shall continuo to sell envelopes nnd paper at the 3o rate for u short time , or until the good stock is sold. Wo cannot replace the quulity we ure now Felling. All advertised lenders in this depart ment will be continued for a short time. BENNETT'S FURNITURE DEP'T. To ulosc Pillow sham holders , 13c ; two for 25c. Blankets , comforts and lap robes to close without regard to cost. Now Is your time. Don't fail to sco them. White bed blankets , 75c : price , 03c , ei.25. ei.25.Wool Wool , $3.50 ; former price $1.95 , and all nt bargains. _ CANDY DEPARTMENT. In our candy department yon will find nice oranges at le ouch , few boxes loft. BENNETT'S FLOUR DEPARTMENT. Wo start with u guaranteed Hour nt 05e , 75c , 90o per buck , und t > o on up to $1.25 per sack. Wo have several cars on the way and must make room ; wo advise ourrfriends to stock up now. ON OUR SECOND FLOOR. Wo have just received now consign ments on stocks of doll buggies , baby buggies , trunks , valises and wooden * ware. Tuko the elevator up only one flight. Hero you will find toyb and novelties. W. R. BENNETT CO. , 1502 to 1513 Capitol Avo. i.otv HATH Kxctmsio.v. To Houston , Tex , unit ICcturn. Monday , February 0 , 189.1 , my Eighth Special party will louvo Oinuhu , bound for Houston , Tox. The rate for the round trip , first clnss , will be $23. and I will give you fifteen days to go in , fifteen days to come , with stop-over privileges within the limit , nnd until Juno 1,1893 , to return. For further information as to land , climate , cost of living und all particu lars as to purchase of ticket , cull on or Address R. C. PATTERSON , J23 Ramge building , Omuhti , Nob. Our book and hosiery sale continues V. N. B. FALCONER. BOSTON STORE'S GREATEST William Lynch & Co. , Philadelphia's ' Finest Dress Goods Store , Quite Business. THE BOSTON STORE PAYS 850,00000 for the fluent Stock of Drrm ( load * j ml .Silk * i\er : .Shown In Oinnlin All tlio Styllnh New Goods Imported for iarlj : Srirliif ; Trndo. Nevei'boforo has such an opportunity presented Itself , which enables us to sell tomorrow the nlghest grndo of Imported dress goods at less than half the cost of Importation. Tills colossal stock goes on sale In five lots. AT 25C , 50C , 75C , DSC. Loll : DOLLAR DRESS GOODS AT 23C. An Immense lot of all wool 40-inoh English tufted suitings , nil now spring shades , 25c a yard. 10-ineh jiow Persian changeable novel ties , 25o a yard. 10-Inch invisible plaid suitings , 23e a yard. 42-in. strictly all wool ladles' cloth , 25o a yard. Lot 2 : $1.50 IMPORTED DRESS GOODS AT 50c. ( iO pieces of the finest grndo all wool French challics , In the most elegant de signs imaginable , go at 50e a yard. 50 pieces now Gorman henriottas , nil wool goods , -40-ln. wide , 5c ( ) a yard. 17 pieces silk und wool crepes , in tans , modes and grays , 50c a yard * 15 pieces fi-l-in. all wool English novel ties , something now for curly spring wear , all 50c. 23 pieces French diagonal serges12 - in. wide , blues , tuns , grays , reds and blacks , all go at 50c. Lot 3 : $1.50 SILKS AT 50c. 25 different shades , best qua lity Shang liui. Canton. India silks , 50o a yard. 27-inch new swivel silks , 50o u yard. 27-inch Corcan silks , 50e a yard. 27-inch blue and white polka dot silks , 50c u yard. 32-inch drapery silks , 50o a yard. Lot I : $1.50 DRESS GOODS FOR 75c. 12-inch all wool imported Burmuh cloth the newest French cloth in ele gant colorings , 75e a yard. The grandest line of .12-inch all wool French'bourotto diagonal over shown in Oniuhn , 73c a yard. 35 pieces imported French novelty BengalhiCj 75e n yard. 42-inch imported silk finished serge imperial , 75c a yard. 42-iuch all wool now twilled whipcord 75c. 12-inch German silk warp hcnriettas 75c. 12-inch imported French drap d'llimu- luyu 75c.- And 100 odd pieces of Illuminated fancy serges , such as crocodiles , whip cords and bougulincs , go at 75e , worth $1.50. Lot 5 : 9 e , WORTH UP TO $2.00. 100 pieces of wiao now Gloria silk , in 20 different shades. The grandest goods ever shown , 9Se. 10-inch nil-wool chungcublo opingle , 98c yard. You only need 5 yards of this for a pattern. 14-inch now Twilled Drap d'Alma , in silk mixtures , OSc yard. 42 inch French corded velours , change able effects , a very chic and swell street costume , OSc a ward. 42 inch silk and wool Persian novel ties , lit overshot affects , now green , now blues , now reds , now gwtys , modes , Hussurd , grosblen , 9 c a yard. 25 different styles of Parisian nnd Bor- llneso novelties , a superb collection , at 9Se a yard , all worth $2.00. BOSTON STORE , Northwest corner Kith and Douglas. KIIIIY , vri < iiu & co. Spring , 1HH3. FIRST SPRING DISPLAY ON MON DAY MORNING. Large selection of fine French ginghams. Now silks. Choice and pretty dress goods. Superb line IJreneh ehnllies. Now fine French sattcons. Handsome printed buptiste. Splendid assortment of Domestic ginghams , Now wash goods , etc. KKLLEY , STIGER & CO. , Corner Furnum und loth streets. A special meeting of Mount Morlah Lodge of Perfection , No. 2. Ancient und Accepted Scottish Rite , will bo hold on Tuesday evening , February 7. Work on the 14th degree. All members cordially invited. T. K. SUDHOUOUGH , 33 ° , Secretary. The agency for the su'io ol Dr. lefferis1 Diphtheria remedy is 2101 Cuming st nfalliblo euro. No physician required. Our book and hosiery pale continues tomorrow. N. B. FALCONER. TO TIII : cAiiNiv.vi , urrns : Vln the \Vah.i h Kullronil. The celebration of the Mardl Grus carnival Feb. 14th in Mobile and Now Orleans will bo on a grander and more gorgeous scale than ever before. Special' low rates from Omaha Fob , Oth to 12th. Now is the time to tuko n trip south for business or pleasure. Only 40 hours Omaha to Now Orleans via the Wubash. For tickets , bleeping cut' iieeonurtodu- tioiih and a copy of the Southern Home- seekers' Guide call at the Wabush otllco , 1502 Furnum street , or write G , N. Clay ton , Nortwcstorn Pass. Agt. , Omaha , Neb. Glycerolo of roses for chapped hands , ( aces , etc. Guaranteed by Kuhn & Co. Frescoing and interior decorating designs - signs and estimates furnished. Henry Lehmunu , 1503 Douglas strc'ot. "Everybody Going South" Should wrlto George B. Horner , Di vision Passenger Agent of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad , at 200 North Broadway , St , Louis , Mo. , for informa tion us to route and rates. The line above mentioned has inaugurated through sleeping cur service to winter resorts that is surpassed by no other line. The colobruted gulf const resorts tire located directly on this road. ONLY ONE MORE DAY , Tomorrow Will Positively Bo the Last Day of Our Novel Sale. ' EVERY THIRD ARTICLE GIVEN AWAY \Ve Clnvn . \ y Iliindrrili ofVnrds ofllonutl- fill ! ) rc < n ( liol < Yenterclny , i ; ery Third Ynnl rrre-Othor le. luirtnicntt In II. Our entire stock of woolen goods will bo slaughtered. Every third pair of ladles' woolen hose will bo given auuy. Every third mulct-vest given away. Every third pah1 gloves given away. Every third men's linen collar given away. > Kvery third pair socks given away. Every third undershirt given away. Every third unluundorod shirt given away. JIJRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. .lust think , every 1 ! yards of dress goods you buy the third will be given to you. Stock all now and marked in plain lignres. SHOE DEPARTMENT. 50 pairs infants' dongolu shoes , size 1 to II , only lie , would bo cheap at oOe. One lot child's arctics , sl/o 0 to 10 , will be sold at li'ie. Child's luce shoes , good quulity , slx.o 8 to 12 , worth ( JOc , our price lioe. All of our ladles' $ i'.00 shoes go in this sale for $1.11) ) . Don't miss this bargain. GIVHN AWAY. Every third yard dress trimming will bo given away. Every third pair hose supporters given away. Every third yard luce given away. Kvery third pair blankets given away. Every third yard wool llannel given away. All goods marked in plain figures. DRUG DEl'T. } doien cukes pure custilo soap for 13e. Cuticura soup worth lile , l.'ic. 1 'curs' soup worth 2.)0 , lUc. Hood's Sursuparilla , worth $1.00 , 7."ie. HARNESS DEPT. Harness from iKi.50 to $ 0.00. Everything reduced in thisdcp't. Whips "e , lOc , luc , 20ooo and up ward. ward.HOUSE HOUSE FURNISHING DEPT. 'lOc brooms reduced to 17c. Curling irons , . ' ! c. Quart covered bucket only 4c. Kvorything cut to the core in this de partment for one day. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. 10 POUNDS best granulated sugar for J'JC. 1 pound pure country honey for loC , former price Hoc. Got our prices on best FLOUR , coffee , teas , butter , syrup , can fruit , cheese , laundry soups , canned tish , etc. , etc. , etc. . ' 100 pairs men's pants , worth $3 to $4 , price for Monday , $1.93. Every cloak sold at one-half price. Don't fail to visit our second iloor. THE BELL STORE , nN. E. Cor. Douglas and loth sts. , Oppo. P. O. Thin U O K. Scoflcld will sell Monday $8.00 and $10.00 cloaks for $2.50. $12.00 , $13.00 and $13.00 cloaks for $3.00. . Better grades equally ns low. You'll make u mistake if you fail to see thCso bargains early. Scoficld's motto is "Not cheap cloaks But gocd cloaks cheap. " See the $2.50 clonks in our window. O. K. SCOF1KLD' CLOAK STORE , 1019 Farnum , ois > . N. Y. Life Bldg. "Tlio I'lillH of Nli is the title of a now book , beautifully printed and elegantly bound , containing homo thirty dillercnt views of Niagara Falls reproduced from the llnest instan taneous photographs , and accompanied by descriptive text from the pens of dis tinguished writers , extending from Father Honnepin down to Charles Dud ley Warner and Sir Edwin Arnold This sumptuous little volume will be sent to any address on receipt of the publishers' price of 50 cents. A similar volume , containing twenty largo plates with de scriptive text , .forming an admirable 'firticticiil guide to the Fulls , under the appropriate title of "How to See Niug- ura , " will bo sent for the sumo price. Address , enclosing money order or postal note , Brentano's , 201 Wabush avenue , Chicago , 111. The Academy ot the Sacred Heart will open its second session on Wednesday , February 1st. The Academy buildings , commodious , heated with steam , sup plied with hot and cold water , and with lire escapes , is in its 12th year of active educational work , and bus justly merited the reputation of being one of the most successful institutions in the United States. All the branches of a thorough English education are taught , ns also French , Gorman , Spanish und Lutin , plain sowing und every variety of fancy needlework , music , drawing and paint ing receive speciul attention. For pros pectus containing full information , address , Superior Sacred Heart Con vent , Park Place , Omaha , Nob. Our book and hosiery sulo continues tomorrow. N. B. FALCONER. Nr\r Orlf.TMH mid Molillo. On account of the Murdi Grus festival at above points the Missouri Pacific rail way will sell round trip tickets at a re duced rate from Feoruary Oth to 12th , limit for return pa sugo March 7th , For further Information cull at city olllces , Merchants National Bunk building , 13th and Furnum , or depot , 15th und Webitcr sts. THOS. F. GODKHKY , P. it T. A. J. O. PHILLIIU-I , A. G. F. & P. A. Peacock is the lx > 3t soft coal. Sold only by Jones , opposite postolllce. The Only Illnlni ; < "nr I.lno to HI. I.nuU Is thft Burlington Route. Its St. Louis night , express leaves Omaha at OH3 p. in. , and reaches St. Louis at 3 the next afternoon. Note further The Burlington is 'the only line operating through sleeping curs between Omithu and St. Louis. The Burlington also oilers uncqualed "double dully service to Chicago , Denver and Kansas City. Ticket olllce , 1223 Furnnm street. Tlie only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum. KZed in Millions of Homes 40..Years the Standard * STIRR1NK UP TRADE , The 09 Cent Store , 1310 Farnnm Street , ForcinggDown Prices. GRAND PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE THIS WEEK HIIIUO rnrnlMiliic Clooiln , Crcickrry , ( llnii- nre , Tlmvnrr , Woodrmrnrr , Lump * , 1'lctnrm , I'mmm , Toilet Artk'li' , itc. : , nt.Slaughter lrlce > . HOUSEKEEPERS' BARGAINS. Toothplx He package , toilet paper flc package , lire shovels He , cake turners ! ! e , wire egg beaters He , funnels Uc , cork screws ! te , potato knives He , basting spooiw 'le , wire strainers ! tc , lamp burn ers He , 2-holo mouse traps He , pudding puns Ho , milk pans He , plo pans He , H do/en clothes pins He , salt and paper shakers He , glass creamers He , sugar bowls He , glass sauce dishes He , pickle dishes He , glass pitchers He , lump chim neys He. GREAT -HlC SALE of the famous Stransky blue enameled ware. lie ! for frying pans worth.$1.00. U'e ' for kettles worth $1.00. 4Jo ! for suuce pans worth $1.00. 41)o ) for teapots worth $1.00. 4c ! ) for coffeepots worth $1.00. 4 < Je for washbasins worth $1.00. SACRIFICING LAMPS. Iflo for your choice of lamps worth up to fiOc. 2c ! ) for lumps complete worth up to 7tie. S'Je for hundsome deeoriited bisque lump worth $2.00. SACRIFICING POCKETBOOKS. All of our $1.2 , ' ) , ! le ! ) , isSe , "oo pocketbooks - books , letter cubes , bill books , curd cases on sale Monday at 40e. This is positivelyNtho greatest offering in hese goods over attempted and should bring to our store every lady in need of a pocket book or curd ca e. SACRIFICING TOILET ARTICLES. fie a euko for any soap in our'attck , this includes Arabian balm , cold cream , and glycerine , bay rum , honey and other makes worth up to ISe it cake. fie , 8c and K'c ' for comlw worth double. 4u ! ) for your pick of hair brushes , worth up to $1.00 each. This is special for Monday only. VALENTINES' ! Sec our magnificent display. The largest stuck in the city to select from and all at our popular prices. THE DO-CENT STORE , 1.110 Furnum st. l.nnk Out for Cold U'fiitlirr. But ride inside of the electric lighted and hteum heated vcstibuled apartment trains of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railway and you will bo us warm , comfortable and cheerful as in your own library or boudoir. To travel between Chicago and Omaha in these luxuriously appointed trains is u supreme sutisfuc- tion ; and , us the somewhat ancient ad- vcrtit-cment used to read , "for further particulars see small bills. " Small bills and largo ones , too ) will bo accepted- for passage and sleeping cur tickets at 1501 Furnum street. Our book and hosiery sale continues tomorrow. N. B. FALCONER. * W. T. Seaman , wagons and carriages. The Congregational club banquet will occur at the First Congregational church , corner lUth and DavenportTuesday , Feb. 7-at 0HO : p. m : All the Congregationalists - ists of the city and their friends are m- vitcd. Tickets , 50c. Tlio llljiiu Chrator. "Tho Two Orphans , " although before the public for over tlftccn years , wherever and whenever produced by a good company is hailed with delight by young and old. It is' a play that will never die , and knowing how popular it has become and als the fact that It has not been played in Omaha for a long time , has decided Manager Day to produce it at Wonderland and Bijou theater , com mencing tomorrow and continuing tliroutrh the week. It will bo superbly mounted with beautiful new scenery and stage sotting. The costumes worn will bo handsome and costly , and in the hands of tlio capable mem bers of the Qijou Theatre Stock company , n grand production is promised. The char acters of the orphans Louise , the bliiW girl , and Ilenrietto , her sister will be piayed b.v Miss Nclllo Kiting and Miss Dora Lowe re spectively. Mr. George Wessclls will intro duce his original conception of the character of Jacques Froehard , in which Jio Is credited with being magnillccnt. Mr. Harry Barlow will essay the role of I.AI Frocharo , the old hag. which is too strong a part for a woman , and is usually played by : i man. The balance of the company arc excellently cnst , and as the theme of tlio piny is familiar to all , and has been carefully rehearsed , It should prove one of the strongest dramas yet' produced at this house. Owing to the de cided sensation caused by the daring rcrial work of the phenomenal Warren children and the fearless oalancing trnpczo act of Madam Xoulda , both acts will bo retained another week , and In tlio specialty olio , which precedes tno drama , will also appear Lassard , the elastic demon , a wonderful con tortionist , Ivouiso Althea. a clover vocalist and dancer , and Kitty Uoslyn in her cele brated lectures upon the great World's fair building , magnificent pictures of which will bo thrown upon canvas by Prof. Mackenzie's diorama machinery. This lllls out u pro gram of great strength and should attract very largo houses. Our book and hosiery sale'continues tomorrow. N. B. FALCONER.a Cnnl of Tliunld. Wo wish to thank the many friends and neighbors who wore so kind to us during the sickness and death of our child. AutintT JOHNSO.V AND \ViKH. DEATHS. Notices of five Una or Irs * under this hciitlftftu ctndt ; tac/i / aitilltlniMl lint ten Cfiitx COn-Cluwlo II , lilllfst son of VvYndidl I' , and I.cnu A. Coo , at ) thi'lr losldi-nee , Ilonson 1'lace , I'Vbrnary 4 , 1803 , ugod 10 years and 7 months. I'nnvnil Monday lit 3 p. m. I'AHSONS-Mrs. aill. . Kobruiiry-1 , 4:45 : n. in. , of pnrumoiila , aKiv 40 years. I'uni'ral fiom Holy I'amlly church , 0UO : a. m. , Monday , IVbrnaiy 0. AIJ.n.N-William . , Koli. n , 1803 , son of Mr. mid .Mrs. Win. ( J.jVllon , aged 13 yrars and 'I months. 1'uneml at 10 oVlofk Monday , IV l > . 0 , from the family.residence , 03B South 2Hlh stri-iit , to I.aurulJnil comutery. I'rlunds In vited. O'SHAroiUTESSV Annie , sister o ; W. H. O'SliaUKhnt'isy , ilti'd lust JilKht. I'nneral leaves rostdi'iicivtiti'J N. 17lh slreot Monday mornliiKto Holy Hamlly church. Interment In Holy . N. G. A. HALL. ONE WKKK .MORI : . Every night at 8 , bopiunlnfr Monday , Fobrimry Cth ( except Thursday , February Oth. ) MESMERIC MYSTERIES. PROF. JOHN REYNOLDS Wlfloly rccounlzoa as the cruatest llvlnj MESMERIST. Adi.ilsslon " 5o ; rl < < t'r 'd scat > .50c. Scats on anlo at Clmso X luldy's. SPRING TERM ; MU.AXIt Mltft. .MOH.t.V/J'.S DANCING SCHOOL ' .VIII begin tills week. Children. Tuesday , t p. ni.t Snturdny , 10 . m , and 'MO p. in. Adulte , Tncsdny nud Friday , 8 p , m. Aiioubllei Tburoday , BOSTON STORE BUYS CARPETS Four Hundred Rolls Elegant Oarpets nml Matting Which Were Sold for 'Storage. ON SALE TOMORROW AWFULLY CHEAP If You Know n lllu ItiirKiiln When You S lit nml U'ant to Tul < o . \d\ittitiifn of ( ho ( Irc.itmt ltiriilii : : In fnrpeU. Tliut was ever placed buforo the public. TOMORROW IS YOUR TIME. I Boston Store bought this entire lot of j now , fresh rollsof carpets for just enough to oovor the cost of storing them In a warehouse. Stored for private reasons by dealers who lust week wore unable to claim them. Tho-io bran now full rolls of carpets - pots come to us and to you more In the shape of a gift than anything clbo. What do you think of Oil cloth at 20e. > u and 'loo a yard , worth all of $1.00 ? Matting il'ie , worth TMC. China matting iMe , worth 50c. Real nice ingrain cai-pots 20c and 2."c a yard , worth twice and three times as much. Tapestry carpets In beautiful colors and designs and In us big a quantity as you want , at oOo a yard , worth , at the very least , sM.OO. At 7i > c wo otter out of this lot some tapestry carpets that are all absolutely the finest you ever saw. Amongst these -100 rolls were about -10 of the most artistically perfect moquotto and body brus.--ols carpets that over were woven. Indeed , no dealer today would think of offering them less than S2.1W or even $2.50 a yard , but Boston Store offers you the choice of the whole 10 for just ! )0c ) a yard. Such a harmony of rich colors and luxurious taste , ruro value and Boston Store price wore never before , and never will bo again. Your chance is tomorrow. Make the most of it BOSTON STORE , 1ST. WCor. . JOth and Djuglus Sts. BOSTON STORE RAILWAY SALE Tomorrow Wo Make a Herculean Effort to Oloso Out Tbo 141 CASES FROM THE RAILROAD COMPANY Solid Colored Stnnilnrd Ciillrn , lo a Yard Donlile-l'oid llrrm runnel * , Bo it Yard -\ll-\Vool I'l.ild . Urea * ( looils , l,1o u Yard. All the finest wash fabrics , Bedford cords , ehalllos , outing and tennis Ilun- nels. go ut 5e n yard. All the best dress prints IJe. One assorted ease llnest white goods , India lawns , French lawns and Linen do I'liide , worth up to 2. " > o , go at ( le. Very wide satin , striped and open- worked apron lawns , go at lOc , worth 2".o 1 cuso all wool white California blank ets worth S7..10 go at $1.IIS. They tire only slightly damaged on the edge. 1 ca e ladies' slightly soiled heavy skirts 23e. 1 case cotton toweling 2c. } Wo still have left about 2,000 of those ladies' elegant wrappers in Milccns , ehullies , Bedford cord and zephyr ginghams worth up to $3.00 , go in two lots at)8e ! ) und $1.23. 3 CUMJS of line tapestry in Floren tine silk , brocaded velours , brocu- telles , silk chenilles velours , in lengths up lo 3i yards , suitable for upholster ing furniture , draperies and fancy work , worth up to $23.00 a yard , go at 23c , 50c and 73e apiece , according to siv.e. All the small pieces of these Im ported tapestries go at 2c. oo , lOc apiece. Elegant chenille scurfs from 2 to It yards long , with fringes , biiituble for mirrors , bureaus und tuble scarfs , go at 3 ! > c. worth $1.73. Single portieres in line silk gobelin tapestry , oriental'designs go at $2.50 each , worth up to $30.00 a pair. BOSTON STORE , N. W. Cor. 10th and Djuglus. run ! Tiinl Grand masquerade bull of the Union Pacilic bund , February 17 , at Washing ton hall. Popular Prices , Popular Prices. I.llo Homo , nil loads loud to the liousu of success. = THE GREAT BIG Coxnmeniug at tlio six CLOSING WITH CLOSING WITH SUNDAY. SCETJC FFODXJCTTOr * EVEf ? PUT Oft fl.Wf WALTEiR. © ANKORD'S MY Tons of Scenery Used in This Production , and Every Inch of it Carried by Mr. Sanford in his Own Special Cars * it requiring Two GO-Foot Cars to carry same. Yon must see this attraction. You can't afford to miss it. A production worth going miles to see. BOYD'S NEW "J. MuOnilKRlt" THEATRE"J. AN'I ) THEATRE "oin Four Nights Matinee Commencing "Wednesday The "KING PINS" of Comedy , EVANS AND HOEY , And their Biz Company of 23 Including MINNIE FIIENOII , In "SEIU/.S 'Jlu OllAS , H HOVT'S best play , "An Everlasting Fin mo of Tun. " "TlioTMan Who Broke the Band at Monte Carlo. " "Not the Only One. " "Los Gardes Municipanx. " Thosnloof soils Is now open at the following prices : I'lrst I'locr. .We. T.'o nniHI.OO ; Ilnlcony. MO und 73c. HIMIMIIKH : : TIII : WTHNKSDAV I-OI-ULAH MA'IIMI-SOO : jor a rcsorvod bout lu any part of tlio liouso. Ilex olllco op on ull.day i-umhiy. 5Q NEW | ! O NIGHTS | O THEATRE.'I ' O COMMENCING America's ' America's ' Representative Representative Light Light Charles Comedian Comedian And lila own company of inerrv plnyors. In IN Mrs. It. I'acliuoo's Throe-Act Ootnody , IN n A HRIGHT nNRANTIC ! REEZY 1 'UBBLING UNNYROARS COJV1EDY PRECEDED BY MR. THE New York. SALTCELLAR Boston 60 Nights Chicago 60 Nights CELLAR Philadelphia. 60 Nighto In Both Plays. San Francisco.60 Nights J'ttO.U mil A'fl.AXTIO -VHUSS I ; V.I ' /.IIOIH T0' ' i S.11'10 1. witio The ialoof taati vlll open \Vodn satty wornlns ut Ue following price * ! First floor We , 76o and lit balcony Wo nod iSo : gallery Wa. Thin U O , K. Yon can buy fur trimmed cloaks Mon day at Seollold's cloak store at Imlll former price. All now this year's styles. Tailor made and best llnlaluj Sizes 32 to 1 1 , bust measure. $100.00 cloaks for MO.OO. $7" > .00 cloaks for & 17.50. $50.00 cloaks for $2o.OO. $10.00 cloaks for $20.00. fcIO.00 cloaks for $15.00. $20.00 cloaks for $10.00. You'll llnd this true- every word. O. K. SrOKlKI 1) , 1010 ftirimm. opp. N. Y. Life Bldg. Duo lltitulri-il Dothim Iti-minl For the arrest of C. F. C'oon , usuallyl known as Fred Coon , our former book-i keeper. Wanted for forgerv TllK H. M. llrf.si : Co. . Oinuliu , Nob. I guarantee 20 per cent Mived over bard coal bv using gas cuke. $7.50 ton. A.J. Meyer,2iiS ; II , with Mount & \ - . The following mirrliiKo llcensrs wore Is sued by County Jiul e lOllor j usti-ivlni Numonml iitldross. Ago. I I I'i'Icr HI-OHM , South ( liuiilin 29 ] 1 Myillo llriiU'r-in , South Onmlm 101 I Sand llnldruK Omaha. 441 1 Mary /.mik/un Uy , Onmlm . 401 I MuthlnM Hchnt'ldi'i' , Onmlm. 2-t I I Antiti > rolmi'l' , Onialm . ai I i Chatlct 1' . IVti'isonVhllo Cloiul , la 80 ] I AmiU' . .lolmcmVlillo Cloud , In . 25 I Allnrl.ft , Omaha . 23 I Katlo SlarKowska , Omaha. . 19 I Ni'lt IVliM-son , Omaha . . . HO' ' I Slnna Sorcnson. Omnlia . 27 iriank M.C'iowl , Omaha . . . .24 | Juannlo li. Marble , Omaha. . . 20 IVi-fect net. < w ii'il inrfo-t Im't'i ' ' rcmil tram tlio usoof UoWiU's Uttlo l&irly Ulsora A perfect littln pill. lliilldtiif ; IVrmltH. Tlio following iH'nnlts wore issued to build yesterday b.v Inspector Tilly : Morse Dry Hoods company , nltoru- Huns In stairway of main lloorstoiu hillldln nl SUIi'i'iith ami I'arnam 000 KliDHimii A. I'o. , coiner N'lntli and I'a- cllle , storace loom 850 Minor permit for leiiair.s . 60 Tinco permits , 1.300 NOW WE'RE OFF fur an nftenioan nf fun anil rnj i/menfnt(7i / ( btel s/iotc. / 1'httr'tn'ilyoiie jilnce in tlie clly ich < rU Itf liml fur KII umall a fltnut nntl < n sn gome ( i I/HIIHKT / , iiiiil in MIC/I / a lllirrol 'jiinnUfy , < iniln-lierr lli'tcitrr mnnan'j re/ticduiid Ittlelltotnt I jwoiilr. That jilnce Is Bijou Cor. 15th St. and Capitol Avo. , Oiniiha. TIII : riioi'i.i.'s TiiKATiti : or O.M.VIIA.J VT7T in OM'ANKST , Tlio M K MST ( ) OKIKKLY ) , 1'lmmolo ot 1 J l * Hiar : CONDUOTKI I'ortL-ctlon. ' ' 1 ho Acme of Success. CONTINUOUS PEKFOHMANCGEffi ' / n.to ACininil Ddiiiilc I'ri > friiiii nri > ruina NKXT U'KKIC. NIJXTVKEl BEGINNING HONDAY , MUM 6E A Superb Production with n Wealth ] of Magnificent Scenery , Cos * tumoo antl Stngo Effects , f of SEE TWO A pointful inoloJnuna , . ' 100 nl l ts In NOT * York. 'Ml nlfliU In Boston. ln ( ) nlflilM IQ 1'lilluUoiphlu. ( Jnlv " duvs to BOO U In Omaha. DON'T MlSH IT. Also un Hour of Hpoclultles. PROF. MACKENZIE'S DIORAMA OK TUB Great WORLD'S FAIR BUILDINGS LOUISE ALTHEA TIM ; DASHING GEORGE CATLIN In his I'orfcct Inipnrtoimtlonii of UI11NKBK UllAKAUTKU LASSARD" Thn Klnhtla Demon AND CONTORTION. Febi 10 LADIES' SOUVENIR DAY Friday , A Ijoautltul souvenir foreacli ludy vUltor. Children's Matinee " Chlldron adiiilttnd to BHIIIO for tOcuuti. PHICK4 : Mutineer i 0o To all 1'nrU of thu Home 20 Q KVUN1NCJH : Ilalcony 20o. Iteiorveil I'arquet 8 ata 30 i