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8 TITfc OMAHA DAILY BH1 ; THURSDAY , JUNE 22. 1893.
IIAYDENS1 WAISTS AND SUITS The Greatest Sale of the Season on Waists and Wash Suits. S2.25 WASH SUITS FOR 98 C Illgh ClRM Hllk nt Your Own Prlco In Bilk Ucpnrtment China 811k * nt 30a n Y rcl Hummer H lie of Ham mer Clothing Thursday. Thursday at 0 o'clock wo begin our great clearing sale of silk waists , percale waists and waists of every description. Also all our wash suits and street cos tumes at closing out prices. They are in all colors and sizes. The now light grounds with stripes and neat figures. Thcso must bo sold out nt once , as wo cannot carry thorn ovor. Ladles' pcrcalo waists , In blue , pink nnd purple , rufllcd front , regular prlco 8fic , tomorrow only 40c. Ladles'porcalo waists , in light and dark colors , stylish made , which are worth from 81.00 to 81.35 will go tomor row at 7Cc. SUITS. Ladies' wash suits , regular prlco $2.25 , tomorrow at only OSc. Ladles' percale street ooqtnmos. regu lar prlco $2.50 , tomorrow only $1.00. -Ladies' black sateen skirts , Doc , $1.00 , 81.25 , $1.45 , $1.50 , $1.75 , $1.85. CLEARING SALE OP SILKS. Our semi-annual Inventory takes place in August and wo deslro to ro uuco or stock ot silks nt least ten thou sand dollars In order to make room for the largest and best $ toek of silks that will bo brought to Omaha this fall. For the next six weeks every of silk or velvet in the house will Elcco o offered to the public at less than the wholesale cost. Wo have only space for a few items , but desire you to under stand that prices are as low on every thing in the stock as on the lines which wo quote herewith : Cheney Bros.1' .10-inch solid color China Bilks. Thcso qualities are far ubovo other grades in the market , and moot with approval from all who are ac quainted with values. In all the new delicate and dark colors , only"75c a yard. Shnntong pongee , 29o a yard. 22-inch plain China silks , 3Uc a yard 244nch plain Habutal silks , U5c a yard. 21-inch colored faille dress silks that have never been sold for less than $1.25 , wo place on sale at 75e ; all now desira1 bio colorings. > , Our assortment of black silk grona- nlncs is well known to bo the largest in the city , comprising the well Known plain iron frame , batin stripes , small basket weave and brocaded. Wo olTcr the entire line nt the ridiculously low price of lSc ) a yard , although there are 81.50 , $1.75 and $2.00 qualities in the lot. Remember wo guarantee these to bo ab I solutely every thread silk , and ortly 98c a yard. Changeable taffotta silks , 59c ; colored bongalino silks , 50c ; double warp black nnd white plaid and striped silks , 40c yard ; black and white striped satin mervollieux , worth 81.50 , at 70o ; black China silks at COc , 75c , 85o and OSc , worth much more ; black gros grain silks at 75c , 85c , OSc and up. Black taffeta silks at GOc and 75c a yard. Armuro royal black dress silks , worth 81.35 , at ! )8c. ) Now is the tlmo for you to buy silk at you own prices. We advise patrons out of town to send money by mall. Orders promptly filled. Sending for samples causes great delay and dis appointment , as often the advertised goods are sold before customers can b heard from. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. In the clothing department wo arc making it lively.1 MEN'S SUITS. A $4.00 cheviot suit that is casilj worth $0.50 , nnd borne sold early in the season for $7.50. Summer weight and summer colors. A fine worsted , $10.00. They are In plain and fancy weaves , sacks and cutaways , nil sizes. Fancy cassimoro , $7.50. Clothing stores got $15.00 for these ; $12.00 is con- Bldorcd a cut price. Our prlco for this wcok onlv $7.0. 'BOYS' SUITS , $1.00. Summer weights and our regular $1.50 nnd $2.00 garments , now $1.00. At $2.50 wo give a nice , stylish , well made suit. Wo have put the $3.00 , $3.50 and $4.00 sort in this lot. MEN'S SUMMER COATS. I Wo have them for 25c , a neat , service able garment. Flannelette coats and vests for only 60o for both garments. BOYS'"PANTS , 25C. A good , serviceable , well made boys' Biunmor punts for 25c. Clothing stores got 50o for these. IIAYDEN BROS. $400.00 lots $25.00 down ; sco page 7. - * AUCTION , FJUI3 CAItlMJTsi , AUCTION. Bhlvorluk's CnrpetH On by Auction , Commencing Thursday , Juno 22 , at 10 a. m. , at Natitorium building , lUth anil lloward , I will sell nil the carpets , rugs , etc. , saved from the great lire , over 10,000 yards of good carpets of all kinds ; lots of good rugs , all more or less dam aged , but yet very good. No limit or reserve. Sale for two days , morning and afternoon. Draperies and furniture lutor. Now if you want carpets got there early. , ROHCKT WKIJ.S , Auctioneer Witter llrnti Hue July l't. . Payable nt olllco , Boo building. 5 per cent dlhcouut if paid on or before July 1st. Failure to receive bill will not en title anyone to dltcount after July 1st. Olllco open till 8 p. in. Wednesdays and Saturdays till July 1st. Raymond & Co. , gravel roofers. 1400 Farmuu. 8100.00 lots $25,00 down ; see page 7. 3 i\CUUMOMj KA&T Yin the Wnl > uh ItnllroniL No. 1 , For the Epworth league con vontlon atClovoland , O , , Juno 2'J to July 2. The Wabash , in connection with the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation com pany , will nmko a rnto of $10 for the round , trip from Chicago. No. a. For the V. P. S. C. E. conven tion at Montreal , July 5 to 0 , Only $18 from Chicago via the Wabash. In ml- ilttlou to the regular stooping cars elegant now tourjbt earn will bo attached to thin train tit $ lGO per berth , Fou TICKETS , stooping berths or a tourist-folder , giving list of.sldo trips , with cost of same , call at the Wnbabh olllcos , 201 Clark ttrciit nnd Dearborn station , Chicago ; 1502 Furnam street , Omaha , or write G. N. CLAYTON , N. W. P , Act. , OinKha , Nol The Only Trnlii fur ht. I.ault Which carries a dining car leaves Omahn via the Burlington route nt U : 15 p. m , and reaches St , Louis early the next afternoon , Through Blooper Omaha tc Bt. Louis. City ticket olllco 1324 Far- parn streot. jiuimuiNL Waih Goads Must Go Today. Prints Will Bo 2 l'2o per Yard. BES"T SCOTCH GINGHAMS 8 i-ac 60,000 Ynrili of Our Sptclnl I'urehaio of Novelty Stttorn * nt Ilolow Mnnufiictiir * cr * Coat Thene Are Uargnlnii thnt You \Viuit nnil .lust When You want them. PRINTS , 25C. 1 case manchester prints go at ! ! } c per yard. Limit 1 pattern to n customer. GINGHAMS , 81C. 25 pieces of the best Scotch zephyr ginghams , 25c and 30o values , 1 pattern to n customer today at 8Ju per yard. This lot Is in dark designs only. NOVELTY WASH GOODS , 100. 2 cases of grcnablo novelties ( our special pure.Sapo ) , retails ovorj where at 20o per yard ; no limit on them today at lOc. See sho.v window. Ono house in Chicago sold 1,500 , pieces of this cloth In ono day nt 12jc per yard , exactly what It cost them. FRENCH SATEENS , 15C. 3 cases of French surah twill sateens , the most popular and durable wash fab ric of the season , all now and beautiful designs at 15c per yard ; they are a grand bargain ; no limit on these ; you can buy all you w\nt : of them. MILAN HENRIETTA I9C. Hero is an astonishing bargain. 3 cases of 32-inch milan honriottn , our special buying ; this wash fabric always sold heretofore at 35c ; no limit tomor row at 19o per yard. This is undoubtedly the best offer on wash fabrics ever made in this country. ' The goods are simply beautiful. All now , choice designs , manufactured for this year's trade. The manufacturers cannot ralso money nt the banks and must realize on their goods , hence these great sacrillces on the most desirable wash fabrics of the season. HENRIETTA NOVELTY , 25C. 32-inch henriotta novelty. This is n cloth that wo have novei been nblo to buy so that wo could sell it at loss than 40c , at 25e It is a wonderful bargain. Don't fall to sco these goods. EXPR D'AMERIQUE , 20C. Expr d'Amoriquo is n novelty wash fabric on the sateen order nnd is the choicest goods of the kind in the market. 50c is the regular price , at 20c they are a wonder. COLORED BROCADE , 33JC. Colored brocade wash goods ; this is a C5o novelty at 33ic per yard ; you get the best bargain wo ever offered. Don't miss this sale , for it is n sale of the choicest line of wash fabrics over brought into the west. No old styles , no old goods , nothing but the very best qualities. Sco show windows. N. B. FALCONER. Kii.LiV , STIGIJU & CO. Luilles" nongnln Oxfords This Week nt Nearly One-Half Kcgulnr Price ( SI.CO nnil 83.OO are VcVy Popnlur 1'rlrcs. Ladies' dongola oxfords , hand-made , 8 different styles in opera and New York lasts , plain and patent leather trimmed , regular price $2.25 , $2.50 and 82.85 , any style this sale at 81.50. Ladies' line patent leather oxfords , kid quarter , opera lasts , alwnjs sold at $2.85 , this wcok only SI.50. Ladies' French dongola oxfords , in opera and Now York lasts , kid and cloth tops , 10 different styles , all at ono price , $2.00 , regular price $ . ' 1.23 and $3.50. Ladies' dongola blucher oxfords vest ing quarters , opera last , always sold at 83.75 , this wcok $2.00. Ladies' patent leather oxfords , silk vesting tops , patent trimmed , regular price $4.75 , this wcok only $2.00. P. S. Wo have just received another largo invoice of ladles' russet and black Juliets in opera and Philadelphia lusts. KELLEY , STIGER & CO. , Cor. Farmun nnd 15th St. 8400.00 lots $25.00 down ; see page 7. "ilBBAKY BUILDING. Slow 1'rocroin In It * Construction mid AYluit Cannot the Iirluy. Slow progress is bomg mndo on the library building on Ilnrney street. The delay is charged to the sandstone quarryman in South Dakota , Ono of the contractors on the bulidliiR said thnt the quarry was situ ated about four miles from the railroad nnd tno wagon roads are reported to luivo been heavy , maUinp transportation of the heavy atones \\oll-iilth Impossible. From another soutco it is learned that the quarryman will not put on n force of men snfllciciit to got out n supply that will Iteep work going on the library building. Sccrdtnry William S. Curtis was sccu at his ofllco ycstcrduy afternoon and stated that word dad been delayed on account ol the inability of the stone contractor to do- llvur material rapidly enough , but that there Is now n good supply on hand , and that work will bo pushed fioin now on. PSlos of people have piles , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will euro thotn. I'lro nnd I'ollco Coimnlolnncri. Nothing was done at the mooting of the Board of Flro nnd Police Commission yester day afternoon on account of the absence ol Mayor llcnils anil Commissioner Smith , Tlio principal matter for consideration is n communication from the Courtland Beach association asking for tire protection for its property and ottering lo purchase ono of ttic city's old tire engines. Tills ulll be taken ui by the board when U moots today at & o'clock , The members of ttio board are In receipt of copies of an elegant "OS-pago souvcnu book from the Kansas City tire department , illustrated with portraits of leading mem- liera and ox-members of that department , city ofllclala and the lending features of the city on the Kaw. Piles of people have pues , but Da Witt's ' " " ' IIuzcl Salvo will euro thom. I'lra oi ) n I.lu Struuior. DETROIT , Juno SI. The steam barge Clarke caught on tire in Lake Huron oft Lex ington today. A passing boat helped to ox tingulsh the flames and lowed the vessel tc Port Huron. There was no loss of Hfo ro ported. Piles of people nuvo pucs , out Do Witt's Witch li&iul Salvo wlllcuro tUoai. THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO Big Three Days Wash Goadj Bale Thurs day , Friday and Saturday. WASH GOODS AT REMARKABLE PRICES Don't I'nll to Secure Sumo ot the AUoClcnrlnR Nnlo of Broken lot * of Lnilicn' Ox ford MIOCI. Wo have gene through our stock of summer cotton fabrics nnd taken out n largo lot of goods which wo wish to oon- vort Into cash nt onco. They nro nil do- slrablo fabrics nnd Saturday night must BCO every vnrd sold. Lot 1. The balance of our 8c nnd lOc outing cloths for wrappers , shirts , waists , etc. , go nt 3c. Lot 2. All npron check ginghams , the 8lc qunllty , go for fie. Lot 3. ; i,000 , ynrds of printed pongee cloths in good colorings. n2-inch goods , go nt Oc , usual retail price 15c. Lot 4. 60,000 yards of wide ginghams , awns , mulls , lace stripes , organdies , tc. , goods worth all the way from Uoc to oc , till bunched together at 12Jc. Don't nibs this bargain if you wan't ' n suminor TCSS , See them on bargain counter , iialii nislc. Lot fi. GO pieces of silk striped ging- mins , fancy mulls , printed batistes , etc. , ? oods thnt luivo been sold for 4W ( , 4oc mil GOc , go for 23c. See them nt white ; oods nnd gingham counters. CORSETS , UNDERWEAR. Ladles' fine muslin drawers , trimmed ith line cambric ruflles or embroidery , 2oc , well worth 40c. Another lot of drawers , nicely rimmed and of a very line muslin , that ire worth 75c , for this bale 50c. Ono. lot of ladies' gowns , well worth 1.2.for this sale 87c. A choice lot of corset covers worth up o $1.2T > , go at ( Me. Big drive on summer corsets , 47c. A very line suminor cors > et , such as 'ou pay $1.00 for , goes for 75c. A fast ilack summer corset Sl.lfi. Ladies' jprboy ribbed drawers 2oc. allies' ilno summer vests that are vorth Ifio , for ! ) o. Ladies' line vests with crochet neck , that are worth 2jc , for 15c. Ladies' lisle thread Egyptian vests , 3. > c , J for $1.00. UMBRELLAS , PARASOLS , These l)0c ) gloria silk gold hnn- lled bun umbrellas beat anything over seen ; equal to a $2.00 quality. Wo got thom cheap ; all there was ) f them Our customers' got the ) onolit. Sec thom. second floor. Wo ivill close out a line of changeable silk and satin parasols at $1.47. They are worth much more. Thursday , Friday and Saturday , a clearing out sale of odd sizes of ladies' oxford shoes at greatly reduced prices. THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO. $400.00 lots $2.5.00 down ; sco page 7. Compare the insignificant cost of a Kimball anti-rheumatic ring with any other remedy you may try for rhoumn- ; it-m. Rings $2.00 and euro guaranteed or money refunded. B. W. Schneider , Oil Now York Life building. A Vostlbitlocl nnd Gtis-I.touted Train for Denver. Leaves Omaha via the Burlington route daily at 4:50 : p.m. . Past time and aperfect service of sleeping , dining , smoking and ( free ) re clining chair cars. One-way rate , $12.50 ; round trip , $20.00. City ticket office , 1324 Farnam street. Police \Vlil.itlos. George King , an 18-.vear-old.ncwsboy , tried to explain to Judge Bcrka why ho got mixed up in a light Tuesday. The young man cried like a buby while no was tolling his story to the court , and as his offense wasn't very serious the Judge told him to go. Two of the toughest looking mugs scon in police court for a long time fuccd the judge yesterday morning. After looking the outllt over his honor remarked that they wore too dirty to stay in town and gave them thirty minutes to got over the bridge. County Attorney Sabiu of Gage county Is In the city looking up evidence against Joe Taylor , the negro who assaulted his step-daughter , Laur.i Davis. Mr. Sabin is satisfied that ho can convict Taylor and will iile a complaint at once. The notorious Ed Tuttle was in police court again .vcstordny to explain a row ho raised on a Hnnscom park motor car Tuesday evening. Tuttle was drunk and abused the conductor nnd every ono on the car. Ho will have a trial to < lny. Yesterday morning Judge Bcrka suspended the sentence in the case of Chailes Smith , who was one of the gamblers implicated in the deal to swindle Shcpard the other day. Smith is a vary sick man and has been tak ing treatment at ono of the hospitals for some time. "Did you over work ? " asked the police judge yesterday of a tough looking speci men of humanity. % 'I swoop chimneys , your honor , " replied the prisoner , who appeared to bo very anxious to bo sot at liberty. "Yes , you do , " chimed in Detective Savage , "hut you pay more attention to locating houses for your pals to rob. " "That settles it , " said the court. "I'll just give you ten days' work on the streets , " and Uay was turned out with the street gang. Piles of people liavo piles , out DoWitt'a wltchhazcl salvo mil euro them. When I.iuvyora Disagree , There is a pretty battle among lawyers going on in the United States court. The case now on for hearing is that of J. M. Woolworth against the Western Union Tele graph company for the sum of f lii.OOO , duo for services us attorney in the well known case of the United States against the tola- graph company tried several ycaisngo and carried up to the supreme court. In the present case the principal question to bo decided is the real value of Mr. Wool- worth's services rendered to the defendant in the case. It is admitted that ho served the company , but n dispute uroso ever the amount to bo paid for his services. Mr. Charles Green is assisting Mr. Woolworth in the nmmiKeniont of the case nnd Henry Kstabrook is tlio attorney for the dofonsc. Most of the witnesses are lawyers and stenographers \\lio had something to do with the case In which Mr. Woolworth ap peared for the defendant company , or wlio know something about tlio amount of work- hod Id for tlio defendant , As the case pro gresses there are many keen thrusts and sharp turns made by the attorneys on both sides of the case. Gold Coming Itnclc , NEW YORK , Juno 2U Owing to the low rates of sterling exchange the llrst importa tion of gold for some tlmo will leave South ampton for this port tomorrow. It will amount to $500,000. It is reported f 1,000,000 , more has been oidorod. FALCONE ! UNLOADING WaSsta and Jno1mtar-$1.03 Waists Qo at 73o-All N&w , Ohoica Goods. S5.00 JACKETS'- TODAY S2.50 All Our 81.SO , 1100 , 81.Iff , 81.83 anil 81.00 ImlUv Tilnen Waists Tndny 81..in Our Rntlrn .Stock ot I.nillcs' Iston Suit * itodiiceil In prlco FOR TODAY'S ' SALE. READY MADE SUITS , $3.50. All our $3.00 Eton suits mtulo in , blnzor style todtiy S3.GO Why nmko your own dresses or liiro thorn inndo when you can buy thorn already made ? Fit guaranteed at the following prices : ETON SUITS , $5.00. All our ladles' ready made extra suits that have been selling at S7.50 to day $3.00. All our $10.00 suits $0.60. All our $15.00 suits $11.00. All our $18.00 suits $12.75. All our $25.00 suits $15.00. JACKETS AT $2.50. All our $5.00 jackets $2.50. 'All our $7.50 jackets $4.00. All our $10.00 jackets today $5.00. All our children reefers , sizes 2 , 3 and 4 , regularly sold at $3.251.00 and $5.00 , in one grand lot at $2.00 each. LADIES' WAISTS , 73C. All our $1.00 India linen waists to day 7tT. ! ( ' LADIES' WAISTS AT $1.00. All our $1.15 , $1.25 , $1.35 and $1.40 , today $1.00. LADIES' ' WAISTS , $1.35. All our $1.50 , $1.GO , $1.75 , $1.85 and 81.00 waists Thursday , $1.35 each. These are our 2d floor bargains. In silks , dress goods , white goods the bargains are equally good. Wo are un loading. N. B. FALCONER. CHICAGO'S COLOSSAL SHOW. 1'ostmnnter Clnrkson Itotnrns Somoivhat Il'irnpturcil with tlio World's Fair. Postmaster Clarhson has returned from the World's fair. Ho is very enthusiastic over the great exposition nnd says that any body who will visit the fair and complain about the facilities for sight seeing , trans portation to ami from the grounds or the charges made by hotels must either bo n crank or a poverty stricken pessimist who has nothing at homo. "Tho magnificence of the whole affair nnd the superb system by which It is regulated and managed arc matters of the most pro found astonishment. Ono thing in particular struck mo ns bcinf * wonderful aim gratifying to English speaking people , " said the post master. "It was the fact that everybody about the exhibits talked English. Exhib itors from all parts of the civilized world are there and when you step up to make inquiry about the wares , thinking perhaps that the foreigners who have charge of them will "scarcely bo able to maico out what you say to them , you will bo xlelightcd to Had that they \can speak English quite as well as the average American and seine of them a good deal better. 1 asked a little Japanese girl how she learned to speak Eng lish and she said in a mission school in her native land. There Is only ono t'.ing that I found to bo somewhat disagreeable in the fair nnd that was the magnitude of the thing. It is too large for any mortal man to take in , but aside from that there can bo no question about this being the greatest event of the kind that this or perhaps any other country ever saw. " Speaking of the ruling prices for accommo dations nnd for meals and transportation Major Clarkson said : "There is absolutely no foundation for complaint about extortion ate rates nnd charges. The Illinois Central railroad has the most admirable- and expedi tious muthod'of transporting the people Iroin the city to the fair grounds nnd the fare is only 10 cents. Inside the grounds you can got a meal all the way from 25 cents to $2 , Just ns you and your pocketbook feel in clined about the matter. The crowd is the most orderly and good naturcd that I have ever seen. 1 was on the grounds ono day when there 200,000 people present and yet nobody was croivdcd. The grounds are so largo that there is no danger of being incon venienced by a crush.1' Piles of people have piles , out Do Witt s WUohHv PBISONKKS REBEL. County Jullcr's Chargea Jlcfuso to Eat of Spoiled Mont. The prisoners in the county Jail struck at noon yesterday , but there wns no walk-out. Tlio cause of the rebellion was the serving of a lot of spoiled meat for dinner , and tlio strike wns on as soon as tlio foul stuft was taken Into the corridors. The situation wns called to the attention oJ Sheriff Dennett , who examined the meat nnd immediately pronounced it unfit to eat. Ho told tlio men that it was not his Intention to have them oat meat that was not suitable for the table , nnd at once ordered another dinner prepared for all the prisoners In the jail.It It Is stated that considerable difficulty has been oxporlenced of into In the sarno manner. The meat for tlio Jail Is supplied by a local market , and several of the deliveries have boon wholly unlit for use. On a num ber of occasions the meat lias been sent back , nnd one day last wee' : it was necessary to Bend it back twice , as the second lot that WAS sent wns worse , if anything , than tbo llrst. Doth the Jailer nnd the sheriff have intercepted de liveries , but to Jay ; the innrkutnmn run the Kuuntlbt successfully and the meat wns in the pot without Having passed inspection. On former occasions the cook has interfered and caused u change , but it wont through this tlmo and was sent Into the corridors , where it came near causing the asphyxia- tlon of so mo of the men who came in close contact 'vlth it. Tlio trouble was short lived , ns the action uf tno sheriff in condemning the obnoxious meat nnd ordorlng-a now lot was perfectly satisfactory to what had for a few minutes promised to develop Into a savage lot of inal contents. Piles of people nave jnics , but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure tuctn. Kuttces of five llntt or leu under tnlt head , fifty ctnlt ; each ( Kid It ( omit Hue ten cent * . s ilVil-Juno SO. " at the residence of tlio lirldu's mother , 2430 Hurnoy street Kov. T. J. Muukuy oIllclatliiK , Mr.V. . B Hones uiid Mrs. Mury U. llulglu , both of this city. city.CE'S aking owder The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum. Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. DUFFY'S PURE PUREHISKEY FOR MEDICINAL USE NO FUSEL OIL Tlilfti * ii your nnil tlio aonnon of the yoir prolnlly wlicii people nccit to lie cnrcful. Thorn H Ulncnno III the air nnit there Is morn or It coming Iroin uhrotit nil lint wcnthor ippronclic * . Mulnrla Is ooiiMitutly ( irotit * nut , Riiinmor < | | * CHBOS nrn lininlnnnt null holnrn l expected. To keep thn blooil pure il'l clrciiliitlni : , to n\olil innlnrin nml | irc- orvn tlio lioultli , ntrotiRtli nnit produce inpplncM , there l < untiling ecitml to Dully' * I'uro .Malt Whiskey. Insist upon your ilriic- Clnt nr grocer liming It for you ami < ln lot bo pcrauadoil to tnko niiy other. Soml for Illtifttrntcil pumphlot to HUITY MALT wmsKiv : co. . itocinsTiit. : N. Y. DR. SCHENCK'S Mandrake Pills have a value as n house- lold remedy far beyond the power of htn- ruago to describe. The family can inrdly bo true to itself that does not ( cop thorn on hand for use in emergen cies. [ s the only vegetable substitute for that dangerous mineral , MEUCUIIY , nnd while Its action as a curative is fully equal , it possesses none of the perilous otlects. In Constipation , Mandrnko acts upon the bowels without disposing them to subsequent Costlvone&s. No remedy acts so directly on the liver , nothing so speedily cures Sick Headache , Sour Stom- nch , and Biliousness as these For Sulo by all Drujjslsts. 1'rlco 25 cK per box ; 3 boxes for 03eta. ; or sent by miill. post- use free , ou receipt of price. lr. J. II. HchuncK & Sun , Philadelphia. Said the to himself , "If the _ moon I could get , fr wheneverI'm , dry my throat I could wet ; The inoon is a quarter withaquar- Tcr ! hear ; you can purchase five gallous - lous of Hires' Root Beer. " A Delicious , Temper ance , Thirst-quenching ; , Health-diving Drink. Good for any time ol year. A 250. package makes 5 gallons. Be sure and get limns' . [ TRACK MARS < 1I1TRRED.J INDAPO TllKGItFiT HINDOO REMEDY HIOUVCES THE 1IUHE lli : ILTH ! In 80 I AV8. Cured i Nervous lllccates , Knllln Meuiory , ' arcs. Slpcnletsn ? * * , , itc. . and quickly l > ut purely rtnurt-a I. out Mlalllr > M oryounir. Kaally cnrrfeil In vest pocket. I'rfca tl.OO n imcltUBf. Sir for * r..OO wllli n written gunr- kntce tociire or ittotu'jr rcfurdvO. llun't Irt any ui. ITlncItik'cl clnwln Fell ) ou any ktmltif Imitation. In lUt or. having 1M > A1O none other. If ho has no * got It , o will tend It by mall ujion receipt of nrlci , Prmnlilct In poalril cmflone fno. Aililntifi llrlcntiC ilcdiuil Co. , fifl rljmoiilhl'luriChUoito , 111 , SOLD by Kulin & Co. , Cor , ijth and Douglas Sis. , and J. A. Fuller & Co. , Cor. ijth and Douglas Sts. , OMAHA , NEU.i by Paul G. Schneider , 511 Broadway and 6 Pearl St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA , and other I.endinc Drucglsts. * j World-wide , means world-tried. 8 The high reputation A and enormous sale of ° ' ° Beecham's Worth \ T > * < 1 ( aaGDu0r ) Pills ( Tasteless ) reflect the wisdom of two generations. 35 cents n box. YOUNG MEN Roiitl thin from Jnroil inripxon , Ixiwronce.O. : "I inn At ; sintered for yjiirs from results of youthful nrrorB. I usoa flvo boxes Nerve lloans tincl uni complotol/curud. My nurvea nro now strong , unu I tlo not Htitlor uny muro from slooplcsBiicsii ; my fildu Is bright ; nppu- tlto eood ; gained 1 ! " > llH. " (1 box , onouzli for twowoons. All ( InuBlsts , or by mall , Nerve UounCo. , DuUiiln. N. V , Full Toctli cxtractcil In niornliiir Kuw ones iiiHurtutlafturnoor saino clay. 1'erJcct lit iruar' aiittcd , : irrt J'lttnr , I'nxtoii Jiloolc , / ? ir/ni/ii Hfroof. Elevator on 10th Street , Telephone * 1085. UKINOTHIS WITH YOU. DR. MCCREW U the only SPECIALIST VOID TBKAT8 ALL PRIVATE DISEASES and DEBILITIES of MEN ONLY. Women Excluded. 18 yours experience. Circulars free. 1 lib nnd Farnam Bta. , OIUUA. NED. IlLllfUIJUAnd all the train ut KV1LS. WKAKNfcbSKH. UK 111 I.I TV , BTG , tb t oc- iou UIIICKI.Y and I'f.USIA . . _ CUItKU. KuirbTllK.SOTH and tone given to orerr l' . ! . . ' . ? ? ° .djr I will lend co . - pre.crlp curolr packed ) MIBB to nr PuBerer the tlon lliat cured me ol luina troubltn. Addreii , M A. IJUAULISY , IUTZLS CUKK UICH. You Hit the Bull's Every tlmo When you use Eveiy bright housekeeper wants it. All bright grocers keep it. gmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm | ARE YOU A PREACHER ? 2i Did you get up In your pulpit tiiid tell the members of g * your congregation thnt "there's n Ituul that Is hotter than < | this ? " Did som-j of tha members look skcptlenl , nnd went- f H a "whuwl I-doii't-bsUuvu-it-if-yoii > ilo-sny-so" sort of n _ look when you told 'cm ? Did you tell your depositors thnt "a run on a bank" wns apt to make a man hot , and the only thing to do was to keep cool , no matter what happened it was more "In- tcrcsfing ? Docs it make yon "warm under the collar" to sec an Ice wagon leaving great big chunks of fro/.cn river at a man's house , when lie hasn't paid you for the coal that kept him from freezing last winter ? Preacher , Banker , Coal man , Lawyer , Doctor , Traveling man , Laboring man , or any other man ? Do you want to look well in warm weather ? Did it ever strike you that the man that looked most comfortable looked best these " " " " " days ? That the man with a thin coat , russet shoes , negligee shirt , straw hat , and as few other things on as possible , looked much better than the "dressed up" fellow ? Did it strike you that there's no place like ours to get these things at moderate prices ? That our straw hats at a quarter are exactly the same sort of hats that our neighbors get fifty cents for ? Did it strike you that the black alpaca coats that we sell for seventy-five cents are usually a dollar and a quarter ? that we're opening thin coats , and coats and vests , this week , by the thousands ? That we carry any and all kinds alpacas mohairs serges brilliantines flannels cords drap d'etes blacks and colors ; regular extra nnd "long" sixes ? Thnt a dollar here is a dollar-iia-haf anywhere else ? iuuuu iu uumuuumum umuu ? * CLEAR nnd sparkling beauty of cut glass has n THE pleasing effect on the average dinner table. The new and exclusive designs we have just received are now ready for your inspection. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS WITH A PHOTOGRAPH MADE BIGH3W5 PDMU.'U ' AT POPULAR PRICE ! , OMAHA. An all Ready to Put on Shirt ! MARK. Made In all SUovo Lengths From 30 to 35 , H yon have heeded the Correct Pointer ! we hue heretofore been ciring you , you ate al teady wearing thetethirts and ate thui daily verilylne our statements. Tliere It the belt tervice and the mott perfect fit in these shirts ever told. Satisfaction absolutely * CLUETT , COOK & C . lew York Hospital TREATMENT. For all Cliroaic , Nervous , , Private and Special Diseases. MEN AND WOMEN , I'ltCli Callonor udlrc3d Dll SEYMOUR DOUGLAS BLOCK , - OMAHA , NEB Opposite. U iydon Itroi STRENGTH , VITALITY , MANHOOD W. II.r\ItKKIl , M. INo.4 llulflncrjlt. * UI-KTOJI , UiK . , chfconmlllny ptit/ileian of IM I'KAIIOnYMIiim/AhlNaTITUTK.lottkr. ni nuitilcd tlio ooLi ) UMIAI. liy tlio NATION * ! MxuiCAl.AsrjociATl < iNfui luuI'ltlZKKHHAYon KthaviHJ yita/itv , AlroplylJftrnHii and /'Ayifcal l > clillltif , D'l ' all Jtna.4 nuil Wiakntn of iltn- the younff , the inlildtt-aytd and clJ ; Coneututlon In pcrion nr by letter. I'roipectui.wltu tcitlmoultli , VltKK. f.nrKO Look. B01KNCK OF 1,1 FK , OK SlfLlff 1'UKSKKVATIOK , 000 pp. . 1J4 lnt lu bl fftf icrlpUona. ( all uUI. only ftlAC Ur null * MMJ