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8 THE OMAHA DAILY ttffifo SATURDAY , MAY 27 , 1893.
h MYDEN BROS , SATURDAY % ' It IB a Clearing Up Day for Remnants and Odds and Ends. HIE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS Umbrdtni , I'arniolt , lloilerr nnil Underwent AVnih lrM Ooodn nn < l I.tneni Special Men'i lint finle-llleficheil Bo Muilln nt Only Bo n Ynril. The rush at our umbrella and parasol department liaa been Immense. To make tbliiRS lively In this line wo will oiTor BOino inducements that will bo astonish ing. Every dollar's worth of the S. 1' . Morse Btoclc must bo closed out. S. P. Moreo& Co.'a $1.00 umbrellns , reduced to 59c. S. P. MOI-HO & Co.'s $1.2o umbrellas , reduced to "tic. S. P. Moreo & Co.'s $1.50 umbrollns , reduced to 08c. S. P. MOI-BO & Co.'s $2.50 umbrellas , reduced to $1.50. S. P. Morfco fi Co.'s $1.00 umbrellas , reduced to $1.08. S. P. Morse ft Co.'s $3.00 unbrollas , reduced to $ . ' 1.50. I cnso of children's fast black cotton lioseIc per pair ; others ask loc. Children's cotton hose , imported , fast colors , in all sixes , only JUJc per pair. 000 dozen ladies' fast black cotton hose , Kstoy patent , only So ) per pair , worth Uoo. LADIICS' JERSEY RIBBED VESTS. 1 case of ladles' vests , no pants , only DC each , worth 40c. Ladles' Egyptian cotton vests , Swiss ribbed and nicely Inished , only 15o each , worth 2oc. ' Ladies' night gowns 50c , reduced from 7Cc. 7Cc.A A beautiful line of aprons from the Morse stock , worth 50c , reduced to 2Tjc cadi. DOMESTICS , ETC. Saturday is always a lively day at Unydon's cleaning up the remnants and odds and ends of the week. Last chance at these fine dress glug- lioms at ! tjc yard , not for ono hour or two , but from 8 in the morning until 9:30 : ] ) . in. Only ono dress to each customer. Last day to buy dress gingham at 3c } yard. Last chance at these Manchester 3-1 challis , nearly all gone , "Jo yard. Remnants of turkey red Ilguro calico , oil colors , at 5c yard. 20x40 homstitehed towels reduced to close to 15c 'each ; they are worth -3c each. $1.50 linen lap robes now 75c each , 10c crochet towels only lOc each. Turkish towels. 5c each. You will bo looking for some of these bargains later on , but you will not get them. We are letting down the prices and are unloading lots of bargains that wo cannot duplicate , a 40c red bordered table linen now 2oo yard. $1.2. " ) Bates damask quilts , lV5c each. 18x50 all linen drc&sor bcarf , such as ore sold at 60c , now 25c. 0-4 tinsel tapestry table covers , 09c. 8c. bleached muslin , 5o yard. 8c shaker llannol. 5c yard. lOc outing flannel , He yard , and so on throughout the entire stock. ' Remnants of batino , table linen , ging ham , calico , shirtings , linings , etc. , at prices that will sell them quick. \VE HAVE FOUND IT. "Wo have discovered just what the Saturday shoppers are looking for , it is reading matter for Sunday , here it is. Our best paper covered novels , Cc , worth 25c to 50c. Our llnost cloth bound books , 14c , north GOc. Our best mucilage 2Jc per bottle , worth lOc. Our best note paper lOc per package , worth 40c. Pine lead pencils 3c per doz. , worth 12o. 12o.Ono Ono day only. DOWN GOES THE PRICES ON CHEESE AND BUTTER. "Wo will sell Wisconsin cream cheese for Cc and 73c , lOc and 12c. } Finest full cream cheese 14c and lOc. Young America full cream , 7Jc , and all other cheese at lowest prices. Wo are Belling our boparator creamery for 2oc , and will continue to bell you the best buttoi inudo at lowest price. Country butter for lOc , llijc , ICe and l"c. Remember you will always find the best goods and lowest prices at Ilaydens. ilAYDEN BROS. , Grocers. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Our wonderful purchase of dress goods has begun to arrive. Several hugo cases arrived this morning , but wo will not bo able to got them on our counters till Monday. Wo are opening and sortIng - Ing them and wo lind an exceptionally flno lot. Wo bought those from a wholesale house that was getting squeezed in the recent money stringency and wo can Boll them for 25c on the dollar. Watch Sunday paper for Monday's offer. THE SILKS. Ono of the largest importers of silk in Now York bold our New York buyer n line of plain and printed silks , the first shipment of which is now on sale. Ad ditional lines will go on ealo Monday. Boo Sunday'tJ Bii : : for particulars. MEN'S HATS. Special for Saturday. Gents' spring style silk hats. $3.50 ; hattorVpriec , $0.00. A $2.50 Fedora in black or brown , only $1.00 Saturday. $3.00 Fedora in all shades , our Satur day price , $1.50. 81.50 boys' Fedora , all shades for half price , 75c. 33o and COo children's straw hats for 15c. 15c.75o 75o men's stiaw hats , all latest styles. lOo each. - ' A special line men's straw hats for 2m. Scu our hat block and get prices before - fore buying. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Wo are making some marvelously low prices in this department and Saturday will bo no exception to the rule , Hero n-o a few of the special attractions for this ono day. Summer coats , sizes , 31 to 42 , In fancy Ctripcs , 2 , * > o each. Fancy flannel and seersucker coats and vests , worth $1.25 , tomorrow at 50o each. 150 all wool cheviot suits , former price ! Q.75 , small slues , light shades , now nt $3.75. AH wool cnsshncro suits , former price , 1(5.00 ( , now $3.50. Tlirco styles of fancy cassimoro suits In sacks and cutaways , former price S10.00 and $12.00 , will go tomorrow at 7.50. Como early and got your selections , as the afternoon rush is always great. HA YUEN BROS. , _ _ Clothing. fcrexol Hotel , 10th & Webster , 1 blk from Mo.Puc. & Elk. depot. Nat. Brown , prop. "Tho Madison , " family hotel ) , 21st imd Chicago , Transients 2.00 per day. WITH OMAHA'S EDUCATORS. Not a Solltnrjr School Homo of the Seven Ordered Will Ho Itendjr by Tnll. It Is new eighteen months slnco the people of Omaha voted bonds to the amount of MOO.OOOfor the purpose of securing funds with which to build a number of school houses. Not n solitary school house begun since the sole of these bonds Is yet ready for use and Superintendent Fitzpatrlck has expressed the opinion that it is doubtful , at least , If more than three of the seven buildings now under way will bo ready lor use by the opening of school next fall. Architect Lntcnser fceln confident , how ever , that nil of the seven buildings now partially completed will bo finished before they are needed next September. The policy pursued by the board with regard to letting contracts for the buildings Ii held re- sensible for this tedious delay. For more than two months the board has been trying to decide upon n system of heat ing and ventilation for the Long ana Hick ory schools. Mr. Smond's aitcnt has suc ceeded In getting seven votes for his sys tem , Including automatic flushing clos ets and fans , but the eighth vole has boon hard to got. The matter will como up next Saturday night again , when Architect I < atcnscr will submit a report and an opinion upon the merits of the two systems sub mitted by the Isaac D. Sinead company and the Fuller & Warren company. ' Wlillo It Is true that wo have taken a goou deal of tlmo in building the now school houses" said a mcmbcrof the board yesterday , "yet It Is also a fact that \vo have succeeded In getting n very line lot of buildings for the money. Wo are today putting up In Omaha better buildings for J 10,0 < K ) and $ .10,000 than many other cities of similar slzo nro getting for $00,000 and $70,000. The delay has doubt less caused a good deal of Inconvenience but wo nro going to get the worth of the money expended when ail Is done. " The seven school houses now partially completed and which will probably bo ready for use next fall are the Central , Lothrop , Franklin. Hartnian , Saratoga , West Omaha and Windsor. School Ilnaril Kcutiomlcn , "It seems to me,1' said a member of the Doard of Education to a BEB reporter yes terday , "that the board ought to pay a little more attention to matters of economy , seeing that wo are going to run short before tlio opening of school next year. There are a thousand and ono little leaks where the funds can so easily be squandered that It re quires very close watching to hold down the expenses. The boom paid $50 for a band to attend the laying of the corner stone of the now Central school , and while It may scorn Hko n very small item , yet it Is ] ust such little - tlo things that cat a tremendous hole In the treasury during the year. There was tlmt plumbing bill at the Webster school , over which the members of the board disagreed , and the motor for the High school and a dozen things that I could mention In which the practice of a little good business judg ment and economy would have saved several hundred dollars. Wo are not going to have any money with which to beautify the school grounds this summer , although wo have spent a good deal on clans already. The funds are going to run low , there is no mistake about that , and if we get through without serious inconvcnicnco wo must practice the strictest economy from now on. " Mr. Mnclond HUH it ttrlornnco. The special committee having in charge the furnisbing of the Board of Education rooms In the city hall used linoleum instead of carpet on the floor of the ofllco of the superintendent of buildings. All other ofllccs have been handsomely carpeted , and Mr. Maeleod Is not pleased with this ap parent discrimination against the toiling classes. Secretary Conoyer explained that bo supposed the reason the committee ordered linoleum instead of carpet for Mr. Maclcod's room was on account of the fact that a great many laboring men will visit the superin tendent of buildings' olllco , and the chances are that they will frequently have on muddy boots. While there may be but little said about the matter to the members of the board , yet Tim Bnu reporter was given to understand that certain parties would see that there was a carpet on the floor of the superintendent of buildings' oftlco within a few weeks , but no bill for the same would over bo presented to the board. .TuilRo Hutdwln Alukes n Donation , Ex-Judge Charles A. Baldwin stepped Into City Treasurer Bolln's ofllco Wednesday and paid in $100. which he desired placed to the credit , of the school fund. It was a gift to tbo Board of Education , and the judge in making It said ho felt as if tbo contribution would help along free educa tion and assist In perpetuating the public school tbo pride and hope of all America. S10 Kxcursion to Sheridan , Wyo. 81O. Tuesday , May 30 , the Burlington Route will sell excursion tickets to Sheridan , Wyo. ( good to return until Juno 5) ) , at the very low rate of $10.00 for the round trip. Tickets will bo accepted for pas sage on train No. f > , leaving Omaha at 10:15 : a. m. , May 30 , and arriving at Sher idan at 3:30 : j.m. ) , May 31. Through sleeping car , Omaha to Sher idan. Returning , special train leaves Sher idan Friday evening , Juno 2 , roaches Omaha Saturday evening , Juno 3. Tick ets will bo honored on this train and also on regular returning trains. This is an uncqualeu opportunity of visiting the coming metropolis of the Newer Northwest , and you will do well to avail yourself of It. The city ticket agent , at 1321 Farnam street , will gladly give you full Information. Stoopcl rince l.otB , Best investment offered you. Low price ; easy payments , convenient local ity. These lots are soiling. W. A. Web ster , 402 13eo building. In Kifcct Miiy VS. Remember that the Iiew service on the Nickel Plato road goes into ef fect May 28. Through trains between New York , Boston and Chicago. No change of sleeping cars. Superb dining ears. Three fast trains in each direc tion dally. FALCONER'S ' SIX DAYS' ' SALE Sixth nnd Lost Day of OUT Great Sale in Bpite-of the Weather. THIS HAS BEEN THE GREATEST AVcck of the Yenr VTo Kench the Cllinnx Toilny With Itlbbon * nt 3 l-2o l er Ynrd Mnchlntonlici nt l)5o ) Knoh Infants' Long Clotiks at 81.70. The bargains given to our friends this week will appeal to thorn for years to como. No time in the history of our busi ness wore wo bettor prepared in the bar gain line thrm this week. TODAY THE LAST DAY. MACKINTOSHES AT 030. Ladles' pure rubber circulars with hood , warranted water proof , value $1.50 , today , the last day , Doc. MACKINTOSHES , $2.83. All our regular $4.50 Aniorienn mack intoshes , gray check and tan mixed , to day the last day. $2.85. MACKINTOSHES , $5.00. Imported silk mackintoshes , made in the Russian cloak style , regular value $15.00. for our last day $5.00. MACKINTOSHES , $8.75. Ladies' silk mackintoshes with deep capo , regular value $15.00 and $10.50 , on sale today at $8.75. INFANT'S CLOAKS , $1.75. It is hard to find a real bargain in in fant's wear , but wo have them for to day. All our $2.75 long cloaks go at $1.75. All our infants' $0.00 cloaks go nt $ 1.50. All our $5.00 long cloaks cro nt $3.33. All our 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 and 0 year children's jackets worth 83.23 , go nt $2.00 each. All our children's ' $3.00 jackets go nt $3.75. They are all choice styles and qualities , such as you would see in any first-class stock in the country , and a cut on them means something' . RIBBONS , RIBBONS , RIBBONS. For today only. A limit of ton yards , nil now nnd elegant - gant goods , light and pretty shades , and at prices you will hardly bnliovo. RIBBONS , 1C. A line of ribbons in Satin , mostly dark shades , in 5-7-9. Your choice today only Ic a yard.RIBBONS RIBBONS , 350. A line of No. 5 ribbons in inoiro and gros grain , satin edge , all now and pretty shades , regular value 12jc. RIBBONS , 53C. A line of No. 7 ribbons in gros grain , satin edge , all now and pretty shades , regular value I5c. RIBBONS 9C. Just think of it , a No. 9 ribbon in moire nnd gros grain , satin edge , all shades , only ! ) c. regular value 17ic. RIBBONS 12JC. A line of No. 12 ribbons in all new nnd pretty shades in gros grain , satin edge , regular price 22c. } GENTS TECK AND 4-IN-HAND SILK NECK SCARFS 23C. This is an item that will interest every man in Omaha. These 25c. tics nro all silk , new styles nnd were sold all over town nt 50c. , 1i5c. and 75c. The quantity is largo but the rush for them will bp larger. In order to make this bargain go round , only six will bo sold to any ono customer. PLUSH BALLS , TASSELS AND FANCY SILK ORNAMENTS. All our 15c plush balls 5c per dozen , used for tidies , drape , table covers , etc. All our 05c , 75c , $1.00 nnd $1.10 plush and silk ornaments at ono price for today , 35o per dozen. These cannot bo manufactured at this price. Wo want to close out this stock. All our 50c nnd 75c silk tassels 23c per dozen , full assortment of shades. BOOKS. Special bargain for Saturday , 173c. Reveries of a Bachelor by I. K. Mar vel , Dream Life by I. K. Mhrvel , in fancy cloth bindings , only 17Jc each ; also complete guide to the World's Fair , WOOL DRESS GOODS. Saturday night , 7:30 : to 9:30. : Great sale of line all wool imported dross goods at $4.83 n dress pattern. $4.83 a suit for French mattelasses worth $8.75. $4.83 a suit for imported novelties worth $12.00. 84.83 a suit for changeable serges worth $7.50 , $4.83 a suit for imported plaids worth $8.75. $4.83 a suit for flno all wool bcngalines worth $9.00. Tne nbovo goods are worth exactly as quoted. They are all spring styles nnd colorings and there are lots of them. All can bo suited. Don't forgot $4.83 a pattern. The price quoted is positively for today night only. WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT. Owing to our great 0 day sale this week our remnants of wash goods are very numorousso will make a great sac riflco to clear from 730 ; p. m. to 9:30 : p. m N. B. FALCONER. Jt Costa More to stay homo , than to take advantage f the Burlington $10 excursion to Sheri dan , Wyo. , Tuesday , May 30. Ask the city ticket agent at 1324 Far- ntiin street for further particulars. A snap for some hotel man. Sco J. W. Squire's adv. in "Business Chances , " * Seethe celebrated Sohrncr piano at Ford & CharltoiiMusio Co. , 1503 Dodge. RKD MOST PERFECT MADE. Happy results always attend the use of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder ; each spoonful does its perfect work , and the last spoonful in the can will be found as good as the first. Never varies , never disappoints. 41 In very truth , " Dr. Price's is the Good Luck Baking Powder of toe 191U Century. LEAKXOVE DID IT. Oniollno ( let * U'lt * Work on tli Rcitflelil I'rmtlrifl-'Compuny' * itloek. The much hbrfsecl gnsollno steve Is re- ' sponslblo for arvrSry smoky blaze wlilch took > lace shortly bbfbro noon yesterday In the uisomcntof thbiTiulhllns at the southeast corner ot Twelh.lt and Dodge streets. The bullJInp ( j a three-story nnd base ment brick structure owned by the Ilodflcld Printing compiuy , which occupies the two upper floors , the bnsemcnt , vrhcro the flro occurred , belngi occupied by the Columbia Metal Polish corrlpany. The ground lloor Is vacant. There was some delay In turnltitr In an alarm , ana the flrc , In consequence , tnado some llttlo headway before the department arrived , but it was soon extinguished. The stock of the metal jwllsh company was not damaged to any great extent , Iho Roods being mostly In bottles , hut the fixtures and machinery wore ruined. The company's loss Is about $800 , against which they hold Insurance to the ntnount of > 00. No damage was Uono to the printing oflleo nor to the building above the llrst lloor , the IIro being confined to that door and the base ment. On the building the loss will bo about ? COO. The strueturo is Insured for about M.OOO. Mr. M. H. Uedflold of the Metal Polish company says they will keep right on doing Imsmcss. The flro was caused by a gasoline Uovo dripping and igniting inllanunablo rub bish. I-lfty-Doilnr It urn. At 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon engine No. 11 turned out to extinguish a small tire on the ground lloor of a barn belonging to U. Lo\vrl6 , nt 3112 Enimott street. The iHillding was damaged to the extent of $50. No explanation us to the cause of thu 11 fo could bo found , For a clear head and steady nerves Take Bromo-Soltzcr-trl.il bottle lOc. TWO SUICIDES. rimllngn of tha Coroner's .Juries InTlsclilor unit Tliuinnu Carfeg. It was found by the coroner's Jury In the case of Mathlas Tisehler , who shot himself in the head Thursday morning , that ho died by his own hand , the deed being prompted by sickness and mental worry. Jacob Landrock , ofSlxteenth and Williams streets , who will take charge of his funeral , says the dead man was a steady worker and seldom got under the influence of intoxicants , and that ho always paid his lodge dues and other debts promptly. In the case of John II.Thum.in , the man who hung himself near Klkhorn station Thurs day , the coroner's Jury rendered a verdict to the effect that Thuman suicided while tem porarily insane , it having been learned that ho had acted strangely and had several times expressed the fear that the Omaha po- llco ofllccrs were after him , when , in fact , there was no reason why they should want him at all. Among his effects were found ccr- tillcatcs of deposit from an Omaha bank for $110 and a bank customer's book showing de posits of * 'J7. ' Ho was Ki years old and as far as known has no relatives in this coun try. Ho was not addicted to excessive driiiidng , but was troubled with poor eye sight. _ Piles of people nave piles , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Saltfo will cure ilieth. o StrnwlinfrK'H lor thu Shcrlil. This is ono of the days when Sheriff Ben nett revels in a feast of strawberries and cream. Yesterday morning ho was given a writ , authorizing him to levy on a car load of fresh strawberries , which had como all the way from Arkansas. The berries are claimed by the Fruit Growers and Shippers union and a claim for $1,500 comes atong with them. They are consigned to Poycko Brothers , St. Johns & Dickey and John Doe , but the consignees , who also appear us the defendants , will not get them , for thorrcason that the consignors allege that there was fraud connected with the ordering of the fruit. TERRIBLE ITCHING Used Everything ; Vivo Alontlia In Thrcn Weeks not n Scar or I'linplc Cured by Cntlcurn. When my bnby was thrco months old lila chocks and forohoacl bognu to bruuk out with wlilto plmplo-i on rod surface. In a few Jays Itching com menced , which was terrible. After ho wouU ruD It , inuttor would ooze from the points. In n short tlmo It surend over the top of lilo lioad. then sunljs hoon formed on head nnd face. Wn used everything wo pould lionr of for nearly flvo month. It grow \\orso nil the tlmo. I BIIW your advertisement of the CCTICUHA KKME- IIIEM In the "Chicago Weekly. " Wo purchased CUTlcuitAlEi.MKniGgand cominunuou inulr uso. In three wcolcs' tlmo there was not n boroor plmplo , not oven aucur. ou head or face. Ho Is nineteen months old now , and has no signs of the dtaonbo. Ills scalp Is healthy nnd hu hns a beautiful head of hair. ( See portrait herewith. ) JIUS. OSOAH JAMUS , Woodston , Kan. My Infant , eighteen month sold.was afflicted with skin eruptions on his lilpn. Had sores came on other parts. All reniudlos failed un til I procured CimcuitA. Cured in a year and no return of dlso so. MRS. A. M. WALKER , Oarsonvillo , Ga. Cnticura Resolvent , the now Blood 1'urlllor , Internally ( to cleanse the blood of nil Impurities and poisonous olo- jiiontH ) . mid CimcuitA , the great Hlcin Cure , and UUTICUHA SOAP , an oxriulslto Skin llotiu- tlllcr , externally ( to clear the pliln and scalp and restore Imlr ) , have cured thousands ol caccs where the sulTorlng was almost beyond omlurunco , hair llftilobsor all Rene , dlsllsuroc ! terrible. What other remedies huvo made such marvellous euros ? Bold everywhere. 1'rleo : OUTICUHA , COc : CimcuiiA SOAP , 25o : CUTICUIIA RESOLVENT. $1 I'repnrort by tha 1'OTTnil Unuu AND L'nuMiCAr , CcmroiiATioN , lloston. CSfSeiid for "How to Cure Skin Diseases , ' Cl passes , .Vlllustratlon3 and IOU testimonials D A DVIn Skin nnd Soulp purified nnd bonutlllui DaDl o byCuTicuuABOAp. Absolutely pmo. ACHING SIDES AND BACKS , Hip , Kldnoy and Uterine I'alnd IIIK Woaloiohdos rnliu\uilliionu inlniiti by tlioUuiliiur.t Anti-I'alii riimt r , thollratand only paln-Ullllng plas ter. TREATMENT. FOR ALL Chronic , Merion , Private and Special Disarm , of both Men and Women. Stricture and all other troubles troatec at ronsonablo chnrgcs. CONSULTATION 1 < 'UEU Gallon or address DOUGLAS BLOCK , - OMAHA , NEB Opposite llaydon llros. That the Original Roll Collar Is our Hf ! > h In back ; low la ( rent. A desirable ar ticle of appue ! ( or the present season , CLUETT MP * ancooN & co. BRAND 8 IWHT wwMTi MMMMMH ALDMERE. Alvrays in thti lead la the Shirt Line Is the MONARCH. A Trustworthy Qarmeot and a Ftilert Fit. o CliUBTT , COOfl < 2t CO. MERIT ACKNOWLEDGED By the 81 store of Moroy. The Klrhapoo InclUn Tlemnllea Found to be Inrnlttnbto nt n Fnmoui Now England I'reimrntory School. Tlirlr Via Ii Alway * Found to bo liciicflclat. The Sisters of Mercy who conduct the SU Augustine's Preparatory Hoard ing School nt Hart ford , Conn. , write that they find the Klckapoo Indian Ilomcdlcs invaluable to them in caiing for the health of the scholars under their charge. "Kick- npoo Indian Sagwa , Klckapoo Indian Oil amlKickapoo Indian Cough Cine" they say , "have been used hero with the most gratifying results. These simple remedies of the Indian race de- Kcnc the widest possible recognition , mid thclruso Is always beneficial. " The Klckapoo Indian Romodlos , * Kickapoo Indian Cough Cure , Kickapoo IntUan Oil , Kickapoo Indian Salve , Kickapoo Indian Worm Killer and KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA , The Grandest Remedy of the Universe. For the Stomach , Liver and Kidneys. SOLD BY ALL DUUGG1STS. HMIK HUlSTEnri > . ) MADE A WELL MAN OV ME" SHDAPO IIIKOUKIT HINDOO REMEDY I R01 > l'CEa THE ABOVK Itr.Stll.TH In OO 1MYH. Curvs alll Norroug Dlttmsci. Falllntr Memory , I'nrnls , iilceiilCMiirM , WenkiiPMvii , - itc.uml quickly but Biircly roKtores I.o.lllullty it > ! cl or young. Easily enrrlecl In vest pocket. l'rlc > 1. < IO n pnckaRO. Six for ipr . < > o with n rllten nunr * Bntretnruru or money refu deil. Don't let ftliy nl. prlncliilocliltucri'lit n l\\ouai \ > i/klniluf Imitation. In tltt on Having IMIAl'O-minu other. Ir ho Im > not sot It , wo vlUnemllt liy mull upon rerelut or | > ilc , t'nimhle.t In fonli'ti cmi'lono frte. AiMrcus Urlciitn ! Medlcul Co. , GO X'limoulli I'luee. Clileuao. III. SOLD by Kulin & Co. , Cor. isth nnd Douglas Sis. , nnd 1. A. Fuller A Co. , Cor. 141)1 ) nml Douglas Sis. , OMAHA. NHB. ; by Paul G. Schneider , 521 Hroadway ami C I'carl St. , COUNCIL ULUFFS. IOWA , and other Loading DrucKists. "mn\nV3Q'Cntnr ' ' Ct" ° c fc catarrh JjLlVl > JL X O All tlrciKKlsts. Mo cuts. On account of the fire which damaged the labels and as we got damages for it we will sell you Excelsior Springs Soterfan Water 15c Regent Water Ginger Ale Water qifarL IJos Angeles Wine and Liquor Co , , C tRf.lt Rot. IlnydrnTlros di lUlli and lloston btoru Prof , Hirttej , ONLY ONE DAY LONGER , Do They Ache , Burn , Itch , Water or Tire Upon Continual Use ? _ fthoy do they are dofcctlvo nnd should bo cjirolully llttod with 'lassos. Are you subject to Chronic headaches , the hind tlmt begins in the region buck of nna around the oycs , making the eyes fool linixvy nnd dull ? If bo the oycs nro at fault and u ptur of glasses nro needed. When you can call and consult an eminent oculist. Homombor , the last day , positively. At the store of MAX MEYER & BRO. CO. Solo Agents for Omaha , Nob. "BE SHURE AND COME" CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE A , ST. TAur , HAII.WAV , HKNKUAI. AQENr'H orncE , OMAUA. Dec. uyjl. \ . Hr. lllrncbUerK : Door Sir Your opthalmlo omiu- Inmlon uiu'louf iiijr oroi ooai to rua molt thor ough and pnlnitaklni : nnil I can oirnaitlr rooom inotid rou to all In need of t.-lu ui. Vouri ruapuct fully , K A. NASH , OMAHA , March 27 , 18'0r , H Illricliboru. Dour tilr I Imvo trlocl the glamci and > | > octacla < which you nmdo for nio.nnd taJuplcmuro lurcoom- mondlm : ilium a < tiulaj ; thu matt easy upon muyei of niir 1 Uayo uvor worn. un.l hi iialnv Iliora 1 am unable to ur whether 1 am looking lu round Klanoi ntull. I wlili jouKreatiuccenIn jrour travels over tuloUto. Tbeio glaiio ro uou an Improvement to mi ojoi that 1 can nao at well ai J could lu air boyhood , 1 uka great ploaiuro lu rccommonUInf tonnr one who U mulcted Ilka lam'lf and has to wcirKlauet , oil can loubetlar with thorn than I lnvu been abla to do lu tu Iml twclvo yuan. Youri reipectfullr , T. K , Buuuoiiouaii. Ova. Bui't. I'aclflo JprCB , Omaha , Nob. OUAHA , AorllS. l6'J3.-I'rof. II. Hlreobborei Dear Sir 1 Imvo been noarlng the glanoi you prcccrlbed for me oror iluco I received them , and I am verj much pleated. Ther are to eaiy on the croi , ttio ( train la cnllrulr rellored , and at the Miae tlcao I cm > eo uiucb tetter than before lleipectfullr yours. CUAIILI9 COXUVLH. CiTTTiiiAiiTitiu'sorrio. OUAIIA , NeD. , Mar . IfcW.-l'rof. II. lllnhberif , bt. Ixmli , Uo.i Dear tlr Th two ynlri cf gl no you prescribed for ino after you bad my oyei uio-ulueJ , 1 Imvo rooolred , and must say tual they ere to uiy entlro satlsfac- llou. 1 bavu uied Klaitoa for tb.o Um twelve yuan but oarer had any which gave aiyoyei as uiucU rellaf as ttieio do.Ylililugrou suceeii , I am sir , Yourt very truly. lic.Nuir UOLLH. tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM I The Is none too good for the old fellows who composed that "Grand Army" ot men that went forth and put down the Rebellion and a whole lot of hard-tack , with "Kentucky sauce. " Nothing too good for that of men , says Uncle Sam , as he deals out pensions 35 with a lavish hand to care for the widow and the * orphan and the son-in-law and the - - , rest of the S family , as no country on the face of the g'lobe ever y did before. And even if it don't suit some fellows who hired a substitute , it the old soldier and say when it conies to suiting an old soldier we're right in line ourselves offering today as a ' 'Decoration Day special 500 G. A. R. suits made of very fine all wool indigo blue flannel colors guaranteed absolutely fast at a suit with either single or double breasted sack coats with fine linings fine trimmings solid work manship guaranteed to be as good a suit as you can buy of any house on earth for a ten dollar note ; or we'll sell you exactly as good a suit for Five dollars and seventy-five cents as any seven fifty suit you can buy and G. A. R. buttons go free with either suit. FALL-IN-LINE. When you IICLVG timG to look at our time-pieces , any ime > \VG11 ta/ce time to slioivyou our time-pieces , from a. Wcitcli to a. clock. TFeliave the correct time all the time. PIFTCU.NTU AND UOUQMS , OUUIl. 1816 Douglas Street , Omahaf Neb. Tlioomlnont spoclnlljt In norvom , chronlo. prlv.-Ui , blood , skin an I urinary dDatin ArarnUr aq rcKl torcHl crmlijato In madlclnc , ai loruii an I cjriinjitoi mil sliovr , U 'till troitlnt with tha uroite ; ' Bucco 3 catarrh , lost nl.iMlioot , aomlnal woikaoJi , nUht loiiai nil nnd forminC prlr.itt > ilUjlui. mercury u od Notr truntmoiU for Ion of vlttl pair jr. I'.irlloi imiblu to vl lt muiaiy bjtrjatol at liorn * bycorroapomlonco. MoJIulnoor liutruiiunti sant ! > / mill or otprjis sajuraly pictil , n'i mini to lad - cntocontetits orsomlur. Ono parsonitl lutorf low proforrjl. CuniulUtlon fro . OorrjipoiUjiUj strict private , llook ( Mysturlosof hlfajnont fro . OUliin Injun , J a.m. to U p. m. duali/j / U .i. m. and etuupfor circular. PROTECT AND IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. Our Spectacles and Eyeglasses Arc the Best EYES TESTED FREE. SATISPACriOS GU.WINP3B9 J. F. PONDER , Mgr. QMM OPTICAl OB. , 222 S. 16t'i St. COMMC ILTAUff THE MERCANTILE CIGAR , BETTER THAN EVERI Slailii ol' tlio iliii-fit ijuallty < Jf Ilimum Tntiai.o tliut cull bn 'ioiif ht , llijiuil In every n-ipcct to tlia S t U porti\.lt'ars. Jluuufuctircd tjflf. 1U KICK MliUa/iUXlkU CICAllVAClUllY. SPECIALIST I'ri'ililKiit 'it MEW ERA ( Uoiuiiltudnn fruc. ) Is unsurpassed lu the treat ment of all Chronic , Private and Norvoim Diuuiivov. \Vrllu to ur consult pu innallr , TJtUAT.MKN'f I V MAI ( -AMtutt vrltU ttaujp lor par- tlculnri , whlcli will Ui tent In plain cnrelopo. I'.U. Uux Ml Otllcii 111 * a. litU-tUt Uuiuba.Nebi The Mercer. Ornaha's Newest Hotel tOR. 12TH AND HOV/ARJ ( tnoorui otSJ.so pardaf. Ulloomt at 13 01 per dar. ICllcomi wUUll tliatt.0) lOltoowinlth UatbaH3o7tolt5)pr ) OPENED AUGUST lab JVodcra In Umrr Kopoot. Ntlirly i'uruUheilTlironsliout C. 8. ERB. Pro . FINE SEPIAS. CRAYONS , PASTELS , PLATINOTYPES PHOTOS. HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY , AT POPULAR PRICES , Un South 15tu Strast. OMAHA. llErll U Ulj And all tha tr.tu ( EVH.H.WKAKNBBaKH , KKHII.ITV.HTC. , thai ta < eompanr them In men gUIOKLr iu < l I'BllMA MCNTI.V CUUEU. Full UtltUNUTil aail toni gUentoercrr part of tha boiljr. I will lana > a curvlr packed ) KltBK to 1107 luffarar tba pryicrlu' tlo u that curad mu cf theia troublai , .IdUtcn , Ii A.UJAULB : ( , JJATIUt C'HClK.