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ft THE DM ATT A A V. . REPTE
FALCONER'S ' COST CASH SALE
> * ,
The Most Marvelous Sale Ever Hold in the
Oity of Omaha.
ONLY EIGHT MORE DAYS OF IT
Stock to * Ho Itnliiceil 8C , OOO Vet Not
8toiiltiK nl liven Coit Wo Mint
MnUo KOOIII lor Other Oooilt
Soon to Arrive.
Our clonk and suit stock will foci the
knife this wcok hnrder tlmn over. v
Clonks that wo used to soil for 817.CO
will yo tomorrow at $1.00. The styles
tire old , tlmt'fiiill. '
76 Indies' old Htyln ulstors that sold lit
ono tlino for $20.00 , $ i'.00 , &W.OO , $3..0 ) ( )
and $ -10.00 cnch , ono to a customer while
they last ut S.'l.Tiiunch.
100 Indies' now full jiioketa that were
bouehttoHollivt8.- , $ ( J.f 0 mid $8.00 ,
no limit whllo thov last tit $2.00 each.
50 curly fall jackets that were bought
to sell at JIO.O'J , your choice while they
last nt $ : J.75.
Ladles' now fall and winter jackets ,
made in the vurylatedt fashion and posl-
lively bouplit to sell nt SlO.fiO , 812.50 and
$15.00 , vour cholco nbw $5.00. '
MfiN'S ' PALL UNDERWEAR.
Heavy merino shirt and drawers , a 50c
quality , cut to 25u cnch.
Ladies' and children's Ypsolnnto
underwear must po.
50 dozen ladies' ' nnd children's ' all wool
vests and pants' goods that sold at $1.00 ,
81.00 ! und $ . ' 1.00 per garment , in ono
grand lot , now at18c each.
Ladies' heavy weight full fashioned
combination suits , originally worth from
$1.50 to 1.00 each , while they lust C2jc
will bo the prico.SILKS.
SILKS.
25 pieces of plain and fancy silks
worth from 75u to $1.00 , for 35opor yard.
A grand assortment of popular
weaves of silk worth up to $1.75 per
yard , for -18o per yard.
24-inch black fulllo Prnncnis silk , 22-
inch satin finished grosgrain , 22-inch
i black Peau dc Solo silks , black bangu-
llno nnd black fancy brocaded silks ,
worth $1.50 , $1.75 , $2.00 and $2.23 , for
$1.05 peryurd.
75 pieces of all wool storm Sorges in
all the Into fall shades , a splendid 75c
qiinlity. No limit. Now at 49c per yard.
50 pieces of now all wool hop sacking ,
bought to sell as a loader at 75c. No
limit. N0w ntlo ! ) per yard.
160 pieces of all wool dress goods , in
nil the now fancy weaves , grand combi
nations of rich , warm colorings. These
goods positively cost to import from 81.00
up to $1.75 per yard. In no other house
on earth can yon pick up such 11 bargain
as these goods are at C9c per yard. WE
DO NOT STOP AT COST.
03 pieces of 50-inch fine casslmoro
serge in a grand assortment of the now
fall shades , imported to soil nt $1.00 , all
go this week at $1.00 per yard.
N. B. FALCONER.
Knll Term of Collude.
Opens Monday morning , September 4
nt the Omaha Commercial college , over
Boston store , Kith and Douglas , Now
classes in .all departments. Students re
ceived all the wook. Night school be
gins tomorrow night 7 o'clock , Rohr-
bough Bros. , Props.
SAI..K OA'KIMSTS.
Thirty Tliiiii iitiil YnrdiT Of tPIno Cnrpets
Sold by the ABSIKIICO of. mi .Knstorn
lliinkrupt Carju't Coiicum to ,
BOSTON STORE FOR SPOT OASII.
Next Thursday Boston Store will otter
for sale 1 ! > ,000 yards of fine Wilton , Mo-
quottc , body Brussels , Axminstor und
voltct carpets.
And 15,000 yards 2 and 3-ply all wool
ingrain carpets , tapestry , Brussels carpets -
pots , etc. , ut the lowest prices over >
named in Omaha.
These crrpets are on the way now and
will surely bo on sale next Thursday.
We dusiro to prepare you for this
grand carpet sain , us wo uro confident
that It bus never been equaled.
Every yard is a glorious bargain ,
which will bring us fresh fame.
Bo mire to got thoro.
As. soon as all are in we'll make you
prices wkic.li will compel you to buv.
BOSTON STORE ,
N. W. Cor. Kith and Douglas.
THK1 CII.\H. I > . THOMPSON
Mowsimpcr nnil Alucaxlno Advertising
lUircan In 1'iopnrcd
To write , design and place your adver
tisements In any ono or number of me
diums , either in or outsldo of Omulia , oat
as low , or lower , rate than you can bo-
curo-yourself.- look after the word
ing the location und the dn
, number of in
sertions , und if asked for an opinion nns
to the relative value of mediums , will
give it , regardless oLtho size of the com
mission allowed. ' Eight years practical
axporicnifo lii'wi'iting and placing adver
tisements. Consultation tree.
OFFICE , 312 KARBACI1 BLOCK ,
Oinuhu.
You C'liu't lluat It.
Leave Omuhn at1 p. m. via the Chicago
cage , Rock island * & l iiclfio und bo ilIV -
Hide the World's fuir grounds at 8 u. in.
the following morning. You can't make
this tima via uny other line , anil the uc-
cominodutions to bo hud on thcTgrcut
Rock Island are noted from Mulno to
California. By examining the map and
time tables of this line you will IIml
that us a World's ' fair line it stands
without an equal , passengers can
avoid transfer and u tlruspmo and ox-
penslvo trip through the city by getting )
olT nt Englewood nnd taking electric
line direct to main entrance of World's
fair grounds ; time , ten minutes. In
addition to tills train wo have trains
leaving Omaha ut 5 p. m , , 7:10 : p , in. und
10:30 : u. m. , thus giving pussongors the
cholco of four dally trains to Chicago
and , UH before stated , making ci
time and landing passengers ut lia
World's inlr In advance of all other
lino's und with loss trouble and oxponsc.
Dining curs attached to all through (
trains , serving the best mculs of any
dining cur Una in thu United Status.
For maps of Chicago , World's fair
grounds , tlino curds and sleeping reser
vations cull at lOOli Furnnm street.
Charles Kennedy , G , N. W. P. A.
*
Dr. Hoxle , specialty diseases women ,
also lung hcartkidneys.lODouglus blk.
Jewelry , Pronzor , on ; ) , pojtollloj.
A Hook of-AilJerllvei
would bo required to properly describe
the Pullman sleeping curs now running
between Omulia nnd Chicago via the
Burlington routu.
It is possible-though not likely that
there may lie other cars us convenient ,
us beautiful , UK smoothly riding us
these , but their suporlorg have not yet
bcon built.
They uro culled "Lucca" und "Larca , "
respectively , and u journey in either of
thorn is like a porpotuul honeymoon.
They're dust proof ; vcstibuled ; gus
lighted And ono or other of them leaves
lor Chicago every afternoon at 1:20. :
Ono way tlckota to Chicago uro now
on bulu ut rutu of $7.50 ; round trip
tickets , * H.7 , But'gugo checked direct
.from residence.
City ticket olllco , 1324 Furuuui street.
Tomorrow Grandest Sale Dresi Patterns that
Ever Took Pioc'o in Omaha.
2,000 , NEW UNMADE DRESSES
The Latent Novoltloi Secured Dy Our For
eign llityorii , Now In London nntl
1'nrU , nnil nt Them I'rlcvi
They're Almost u Cllft.
? 2.o3 COMPLETE DRESS PAT-
TERNS.
150 unmade dress patterns co.itutnrhg
7 yards all wool -10-Inch camel's hnir , In
plain and fancy novelty suitings , and 42-
inch all wool Wulo suitings , nil now
shades. $2.IS ! for un entire pattern.
IMPORTED DRESS PATTERNS
$3.)3. ! )
175 unmade dress patterns containing
7 yards ouch -12-itieh all wool now hop-
Hacking und nnttcc cloth , In all the now
autumn shades of browns , greens , blues ,
plums , heliotropes and blueks. $3.03 for
an etitiro pattern.
IMPORTED PATTERN SUITS $4.00.
12. " ) unmade dress patterns containing
50-lneh all wool , medium weight , new
whin cord , 60-lncIV nil wool drup-do-
Paris , all now check olTcots , StMneli all
wool basket cloth , the latest novelty for
early fall wear. $4.00or an untiru pat
tern.
IMPORTED UNMADE SUITS , $0.25.
75 unmade dresses Imported to sell
from $10.00 to $12.00 , containing 7 yards
of 42-inch and 44-Inch wide o'f the new
satin marvoilleux French and Gorman
vigouroux cords , and a big lot of the
now swell pluids'in the latest colorings.
$0.25 for an entire suit.
PARISIAN DRESS ROBES , 89.85.
45 elegant imported pattern suits , no
two alike , direct from Paris and Berlin ,
every pattern a gem and the colors are
beautiful. . All go ut $0.85.
$25 IMPORTED DRESS PATTERNS ,
$12.50.
The finest Imported pattern suits over
shown In Omaha , all exclusive patterns ,
the latest confections from Europe.
Woshuir , the now Borponlino chango-
ables , shadowed ombres , two-toned ox-
callers , changeable sail cloth , clurmont
glace Francaiso. All go at $12.50.
DRESS PATTERNS , $1.159.
On our front bargain square wo will
place tomorrow 200 elegant unmade
dresses , each containing 8 yards of 40-
inch all'wool novelty suitings worth
fully 50C' a yard , tomorrow the entire
dross patterns of 8 yards , for $ ! . ( ) ! ) .
BOSTON STORE ,
N.W. . corner 10th and Douglus.
HOSTON STUKU IIUV.i A UI.OV12 STOOIC
Tlio Hiiiikritt | Stuck of Kill Glove * from
the "Koyiil" in St. l iuli Mold to
lioittuii Ktoro , Umulin.
Tlicro is a sploiulid stock of imported
kid gloves in elegant condition. The
. "Iloyal" catered t. ) the best trade in St.
Louin. nnd its fajluro was duo entirely
to outside complications.
In this stock you will find nil the latest
novolticb , all thojiow shades and every
length and every style or glove to bo
worn the coming1 season.
Wo bonglit this glove stock so well
that every lady in Omaha will buy a
dozen pair when the sale begins.
Watch the evening papers for further
particulars ' und the exact ditto of the
sule'at
BOSTON STORE ,
N. .W. corner 10th und Douglas.
Received a choice selection of fall wool-
ens ; 200 yards.to bo closed out ut less than
manufacturers cost. Lindquist , . ' 110 S. 15th
World's fair souvenir coins of 1893 for
sale at First National bank.
There will be a mooting of the Ninth
Ward Republican club Thursday evening -
ing , Sopt. 7 , at 7:30 : , ut their club rooms ,
2003 Farnam street , for the purpose of
electing ollicors for the ensuing year.
After which spcfechos will bo made by
several eminent speakers. By order of
the president. J. K. .Coulter , Sec.
Tin U. . . .
) A. 11. Nation.tl liiioampmont nt
ImtlanupoH * .
August 30th to September 3rd the
Burlington route will sell round trip
tickets to Indianapolis at very low rates.
Tickets will bo good via Chicago or St.
Louis as preferred and will admit oj
stop over at either of these cities.
If vou are going to Indianapolis , take
the Burlington route ( ninety per cent of
Nebraska's old soldiers will go with you )
und enjoy nil the advantages of fast time ,
nmgniticont equipment , ' and through
service , which only that railroad can
give.Tho
The city ticket ngont at 1321 Farnum
street will bo glad to lot you have uny j
information you stand In need of.
Three vestibulod and gas lighted
trains for Chicago daily.
HneldiiyerM Union Xo. t.
All bricklayers of union No. 1 nro re
quested to moot ut their hull on Mon
day , September , ut 8 a. m. sharp , iiy ;
take part In Labor day parade. By
order of Union.
-o-
Nebraska Fuel ( Jo. removed to M14
Fariuun street ,
Polltix , the now game , got ono , 2-jo.
Samuel Hums Is offering for a week a
Havlland dlnnor sot , formo'ly * 125 , for
Tinvor .MiniVi to Illume.
Nr.WTON. L. I. , Sopt. 2. The coroner's
jury investigating tlio recent wreck 'Bm
Long Island , in wlii-jli fifteen pot'Boiid
were killed , has tlecldctl that their
death wnf duo to tlio criminal nugligonco
of Hobot't Knott , einloyo ] of the com-
puny as tower man. The trainmen are ;
discharged , but the railroad otilcials
censured.
in Kit.
A'ottcct nf Jtrt llntt orcf undtr tMt It ail , fftu
cents ; diclt iitl < titl < in < il ttitr , ten cent' .
' rooms . . . , . . Hi
I'ourtronth strcut , to Holy I.I.
Tainily chinch : ,
Sovuntountli and Izurd struuts , Intiirmunt
ar.
ar.ml
a. ,
ul !
Uouinill Illull'b pupoi's iiluasti copy ,
llANU-Olof li. , nsoil fi7 ytmrs nlno inontlis 25
days , August UUllj , 1H'J3. I'tinorat riuiulity
inofiiltiKi riuptcmliur ad , at lo o'clock front
family ivuluuiii'c.MOB '
C'umliiK t-troot. lit'
tunnuiit tit tJiirlngwoll uoiuutorr. Ft lends (
In vl tea.
BOSTON STORE .SILKSALE
Thousands of Sample Ends and Short Pieces
of the finest Bilks
ON SALE TOMORROW ,
Ton Cnnen of Klcir.iiit Iteit HlnnlcnU nnil
dr.in a Opnnlnc nt Oilr Yarn Depnrt-
anil BOO I'nlrn of I..TOO Cur-
thlni In Our lliiRjmcnt.
SILKS 60 , IOC APIECE.
Tomorrow wo will place on sale thou
sands of sample pieces nnd slrn-t lengths
of all classes of plain nnd fancy silks *
suitable for trimmings nnd children's '
dresses. All the llnost grades of goods
will go nt 5c. lOo each , according to
length.
DRESS SILKS 15C A YARD.
Tomorrow wo will place on sale every
vnrtl of printed China silks that wo have
been soiling up to $1.00. To close thorn
out wo give you your choice nt loc a
yard.GREAT
GREAT BLANKET SALE.
A good , soft , full sized bod. blanket ,
05o a pair , worth $1.25.
A line , soft and downy , gray or white
bed blanket , 93o , worth $1.70. 4-
$5.00 WOOL BED BLANKETS , 82.50.
A very delicate silver gray lamb's
wool blanket or extra heavy white
blankets , equal to anv $5.00 blanket
made , go at $2.50 tomorrow.
Wo also show for tomorrow a full line
of California blnnkots , In grays , whites ,
scarlet , tans , blues nnd moiled goods.
To Introduce them tomorrow wo will
soil thotn at $5.00 a pair.
At $7.50 wo will soil you the finest
grade of Murysvillo , Cal. , blnnkots ,
equal to any other $10.00 or $12.00
blanket.
Lovers of western made hlnnkots will
find a complete line nt the Boston Store.
Opening of our yarn department :
Host Berlin zephyrs , lie per lap ; all
colors.
Best Saxony yarns , 5o per skein.
Gorman knitting worsteds , 15c per
skein ; regular price , 25c.
43o nil wool flannels , 25c , Mnrysvillo ,
Cal. , make and wo guarantee them
equal to any 45c rod llannol in the city.
BOSTON STORE ,
N. W. cor. 10th and Douglas Sts.
natiT aouuix's oitnEit.
P lr Directory Will Tnko tlio Cllncinnn
Jnjiincllon CHHO I Infore Judge Uwlutj.
CHICAGO , Sept. 2. At a mcotlns of the
executive : committee of the World's fair
directory lust night it was decided to con
tinue : the litigation regarding the onanluz of
the gates on Sunday. Kdwm Walltor ,
attorney for the exposition , said the llrst
steps which would bo taken would bo to get
a hearing : on tno motion to vacate the order
issued i : by Judge Goggin on Thuraduy , con
tinuing the case until November" 1. Mr.
WalUersald hb intention was to carry his
motion to vacate the order before .ludgo
Ewiujr : , as ho understood that the judge had
siunillcd a willingness to hear the case.
sI Mr. Walker wns asIcedJf the gates would
bo closed In the event that Judgo. Ewing
should vacate Judge Goggln's order. Ho re
plied I that ho could not say its to that. It
would bo for the judge to decide whether the
decisions dissolving the Chnpmnn Injunction ,
in j which Judges * Dunne and Brcntatio had
concurred , should stand , or whether that
part of the litigation should bo raised an ow
Simps Will Jtcsuino Work.
LiTcuFini. , 111' . , Sept. 2 , Tl\e Lttchfleld
Car and Machine.company , Instead of shut-
ing down two months as reported , will rb-
sumo Tuesday , The cause of the shut down
was laclc of material.
1.UU.U. UKBriTlES.
The Deutcher T-andwohr Vereins will give
a picnic at Syndicate park today. . "
The Figaro Concert band will'1 head the
Typographical union in the Lrfbor day
.parade.
llev. Charles W. Savidgc will preach on
"Lazy Women'1 at . -People's.clmruh this
evening.
Inasmuch as Monday 'is Lab"or itity,1 the
postoillco will bo open until 10 o'clock und
then close for the day. .
Burglars attempted to force an entrance at
Hans Frohui's saloon out on the .Military
road Friday night , but were driven off by a
bull dog , which sleeps in the building.
Next Saturday morning County Superin
tendent Hill will bo at his office In the court
house , where ho will hold a special oxumina-
lion for the benollt of these teachers who
failed to pass at the general examination
which was held last week. *
John Forbes , Richard Ebbltt and John B.
Blackmail have lllcd articles incorporating
the Omaha Academy of Veterinary Medi
cine and Surgery , and for the teaching of
the sciences indicated by the name of the
corporation. <
Tony Caliobro"who was stabbed in a row
about u week ago , has been arrested for
being drunk. Tony had a revolver with
him and the police think that ho was on a
still hunt ( or the man who stabbed him. Ho
was ilned $10 and costs.
The final report of the receiver of the
property of the Hobinson & Stokes company
was duo yesterday morning , but owing to the
fact that there were seine details to complete
the time for its presentation was extended
by Judge Kercuson " until next Tuesday
mornlnir. . .
IZox L. Hobinson was before Judge ICoysor
yesterday morning and pleaded guilty to hav
ing assaulted John .
Buruo. The assault was
committed last July and as Kobinson has
been in Jail since that time ho was let oil by
paying the costs and staving another day
with the county.
Manager Kincald of the Hiuhcliou hotel
'filed ' a complaint yesterday against Wil
liam Baker , his clerk , lor larceny. It seems
that Kincald owt.'d Baker * 18. A guest came
In to pay his bill and. laid down a $20 gold
piece. Whllo the manager was making
change Baker pre-empted the piece of gold
and skipped.
Wednesday the members of Union Pacific
lougu No. 17 , Ancient Order of United Work
man , held their minimi picnic at Calhoun ,
The attendance was largo and thu most
interesting of entertainment was provided.
A number of races and contests took piece ,
which were good , prl/cs being awarded to
the winners.
Tno lire department was called out at 1 p.
rn. tnuay ' ( > put out a gasoline blaze in
Charles Turner's house , 15''J Howard street.
No loss. At ,3 o'clock in the afternoon an
alarm was turned in for a fire in the roof
of Helm & Thompson's building , .Sixteenth
and Farnam. Chemical No. it played on a
pile of rubbish for n moment and extin
guished the blaze without loss.
Onlcer William Kills obliged Sam Ander
son and Christopher Hanson , who reside
near Twenty-second street and I'oppleton
im-iiuo , to follow him to the police station
Friday night , where the charge of reckless
driving on Plorco street was lodged against
them. U'lie horse and buggy were turned
over to the pound master , In police court
this morning the men were each lined fl and
costs ,
The only 1'ure Cream of Tarlqr Powder. No Ammonia ; No Ah ni
Used in Millions of Hoitfes 40 Years the Standard. >
MH9..TJ. I1KNHON.
rlne Cut In tlnlfirln Mn'ttjr I < lnei of ( leeds
TtHta Wrek.
Children's llfiit | weight cloaks and
rcofors will bo wild at just half price
his week.
Black Bilk vostwlhalf prico.
A line of children's gray wool ululor-
vonr at just half "former prices.
Black Bat in and colored and white
waists , in 1mlion * ml children , nt half
) rlco.
A lot of slightly soiled nprons nnd
landkcrehlofs nt bnlf price.
Children's ' mull hats.
Dress shields , best quality , at half
> rico.
A line of colored hose for ladles , 50c
{ Utility , for 25e.
COc black hose , 3 for $1.00 , or $2.00 n
box.
, Heavy black hose for children would
" ) cheap nt . ' 10c , 15o this wook.
Sun umbrellas , price , $4.50 for $2.25 ,
$3.50 for $1.75 , $1.75 for 87c. '
Remnants in silks , plushos and can-
'HSSOS.
Stamped nnd tinted linens In fancy
goods ( departmentat half and loss than
inlf price. .
A lot of dolls at half price.
Corsets , regular price $1.00 , 50c this
veok.
NEW GOODS.
Many lines of now goods nro coming
n that wo are soiling very low.
MRS. J. BENSON ,
1521 Douglas st.
A WM.Y/J II'JSLUOMK.
Veterans Ilitcolvcil nt Iiidl.innpolln Ainlil the
IIooimiiR- Cannon nnd Waving
LvnuXAi-ous , Sopt. J ! . With glorious
veiither , every street nblazo with
Iccorations and with booming cannon ,
ho city welcomed the veterans of the
jrand Army of the Republic to the twcnty-
.evontti . annual oncampmcnt. Today
ho chief feature . was the pa-
ado of the naval brigade under
command of Hear Admiral Osborn.
: t marchdd .through the principal streets
cheered by thousands of onlookers. An in-
'ormul reception was 'afterwards held on
joanl the model of the war ship ICcarsargo.
\V. F. Squires of Lincoln Is In the city.
J. V. Stout of Tckatnah is at the Murray.
C. A. Butler of Albion Is registered at the
Murray.
K. Q. Tackloy of Fairbury is at the Mer
chants.
C. F. Iddlngs of North Platte was hero
yesterday.
Chief Justice Samuel Maxwell of Fremont
is In the city.
Geortro ICrumen of Tildcn will spend Sun
day In the city.
B. UloUnrds of Chadron registered at the
Paxton yesterday.
J. B. Brown of the Bell stororeturned yes
terday from the east.
S. II. Andrews of 'Genoa and J. W. Murry
of Lincoln are in tbo city.
A. S. Sonter andJson of Shoshone , Idaho ,
are visiting- Omaha friends.-
Mr. and Mrs. S.'V. Pitcher of Hushvillo
are visiting Omaha friends.
A. H. Watorhouso and J. P. Smith of
Weening Water are in the city.
Mrs. II. E. Cochran of 1021 South Thirty-
sixth struct Is visiting in the country.
F. A. Baldwin , Jr. , of Nevada , la. , was
taking in'thb ' sightscrpnthti ; ; yesterday. I
Mr. Ja'itiei G.-KUgour left Saturday for a
trip to Portland , Oro. , and thojacllic coast.
Otto Hi'Sohons" ' and his brother Andrew
loft yesterday afternoon fen Chicago , to bo
absent about fifteen.days.
Mr. Samuel-Gamble , manager of the Con
tinental clothing house , returned yesterday
from an eastern business trio.
M. E. Gilbert of nose No.,2'left yesterday
on a thirty , days leave of absence , part of
which ho-vrlll spend at Chicago ; "
Assistant County Attorney Day returned
yesterday morning from an eastern trip.
While away he took in the Chicago fair.
Miss Emma Whltmoro and her nephew ,
Master George Whitm'oro , have returned to
Omalia from a visit to Micnigan and the
World's fair.
E. W. Miller of Chicago , a prominent
member of lodge No. 4'J4 , Order of Railway
Trainmen , and E. A. Brown of lodge No.
221 , Raton , N. M. , are In the city for a few
days.
J. C. Ham , who has been night clerk at the
Murray for some time , has been succeeded
by Mr. W. S. Stroot. Mr. Street was for
merly with Mr. Sillowa.y when ho had the
management of the house.
Mrs. E. Parrotto SweenOy and her sister ,
Miss Parrotto , loft lust evening by the Mil
waukee to visit the White City nnd other
eastern points. Their ad"dress for the next
ten days will bo Hotel Omaha , Chicago.
W. M. Carter , clerk in the odico of the Inspector
specter of buildings , loaves Monday for a
two weeks visit at the World's /air. Air.
Carter has tilled his present position for
more than five years and this Is his first
vacation In that time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hayward have issued
invitations for the marriage ceremony of
their niece. Miss ICato Pyffor , to Mr. Allck
MeTwiggan of Missouri Valley , la. , which
takes pliico at their residence , 4227 Burdotto
street , Wednesday evening , September 0.
At the Mercer : O. Mllsap , M. Dee ,
Omaha : J. M. Jensen and wife , Brighton
City , U. T.J. ; W.Kussell. Davenport ; Mrs.
H. 13. Miller. Mrs. Haight and daughter.
Belleviow , Idaho ; C. U. Rogers , Kansas
City ; Major Humphrey , U. S. A. ; 11. 13.
Ankcny. Ues Moines ; Lieutenant W. D.
Davis , U. S. A. ; F. H. Ilallf , Portland , Ore , ;
C. O. Carpenter , Abilene , Kan. : C. Mathers ,
Philadelphia ; W. If. Martin , Chicago ; Lieu i-
tenant John C. Gregg , U. S. A. ; Lieutenant
J. U Hines. U.S. A. : C. H. Barren , Now
York ; W. B. Wai work , Chicago.
Nuw YOIIK , Sept. 2. [ Special Telegram to
TUB BEE.I Omaha : F. Madden. Bartholal ;
E. C. Gruble , Hoffman ; H. U. Clark , Broad
way Central ,
KKI.MJV , STKllIll A CO.
Slion tpii | rtineiu.
Boys' , misses' nnd children's school
shoes this week nt very low prices. Now
is the tlino to got your fall nnd winter
shoos. Note the prices :
Children's dongoln kid shoos , regular
price 31.35 nnd $1.75 , this week 60c , sizes
8 to 10 } .
Children's kangaroo calt shoos with
tip , sizes 8 to 10 } , regular price $1.35 ,
this week 60c.
Misses' dongoln kid shoes , regular
price $1.75 , this week on 75c.
Misses kangaroo calf shoes with tip ,
sizes 13 to 2 , this week 75e , regular price
$1.05.
Boys' calf button shoes , sizes 3 to 6 } ,
regular price $2.60 , this wcok $1.75.
Boys'calf button shoos , light , single
nnd double sole , always sold at $3.50 ,
this week $2.50.
Special bargains In ladies' , misses'
and dhlldrcn'.s oxfords this Week.
KELLEV , ST1GER St CO. ,
Corner Farnum nnd 15th streets.
CLOVlHIUltHT tltLLOim Ul'U/.OXK.
Onytmi , < } . , IniiMil iinl , llrlilgrrtVa lictl
Awity nnil Ktunu l.ivcn t.mt.
SAVANNAH , Qa. , Sept. 2. A cloudburst Is
reported here nt Guy ton on the Central road ,
thirty miles from hero. People caught in the
streets and country roads had to swim for
thelrllrcsk Bridges were washe.dnway and U
is thought some lives were lost. The water is
now said to bo four foot deep In Guytou
streets.
_
Iliirrlcnnu In the Azores.
LeNnoN , Sept. 2. Advices have been re-
coivcil of n hurricane in the Azores Islands
on the 23th ult. In which thrco , ships wcro
_ lost.Two
Two are missing at Fayal. Thirteen houses
were wrecked. On the Island of Terccira
twenty-seven houson wcro swept away and
live lives are known to be lost. Crops wcro
ruined. _ .
Louvcnmark dives twice today ; balloon
goes up twice at Courtlnnd. .
\\onmn'i
KANSAS CITY , Sept. 2. The woman's suf
fragists of Kansas continued their conven
tion this morning. Noted women from all
parts of thu country nro present. This
morning's ' session was given up to addresses.
Talking ul Lynchinc Tlioin.
ST. Louis , Sept. 2. A dispatch from Mc-
Kinncy , Ky. , says : Infuriated citizens are
talking of lynching six tramps , flvo of them
SPECIAL SALB
OF
DINNER
ToijuorroiV SETS.
GATCH & LAUMAN pluco on
sale tomorrow their entire line of
IIu.vilut.cl China'Sots tit
BIG DISCOUNTS.
{ .T Mtnton Porcolaln Meat Conrso
reduced to $25.OO
J& > I.oiils XV. French Moat Course
reduced to 55.OO
? . " > Kniillsh Clilnn Aleut Course re
duced to 52.5O
* ( V > IIiivilRticl sot reduced to , . 32.SO
$70 $ Uavllund sot reduced to 35.OO
$85 j HavJlnnd sot reduced to 47.56
tltti Huvllnnd sot reduced to 57.SO
4125 Ilavlland sct'reduccd to ' . ; - 67.5O
Only ono set of each of the above.
$12 EngllehPorcelain IKmicr sets
reduced to $ 7.5O
S12..VI Ensrllsh t'orcolaln Dinner sets
reduced to 9.OO
$15 Knxllsh I'orcolaln Dinner .sets
reduced to. . ' . 10.OO
$20 Knzllali i'orcoltrin U.nnor Sots
roilticod to I2.5O
} . * > E Rllsh I'oroolaln Dinner sets
reduced to. . . . 15.OO
TEA SETS
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
CHAMBER SETS , SILVERWARE , LAMPS ,
Everything at n \
OTJT JPRIOEX.
Gatch & Lauman ,
1514 Farnam Street.
A. M U 3 lil M IS NTS.
RQYD'S NEW
U\J 1 U UTMFAT
THEATRE.
Sunday Evening : , Sept. IO.
THE
OR MA. AT
TABERNACLE CHOIR
OK SAJ/T LAKE CITV.
25 ) VOICES 250
Knrouto from Chicago to compclu for the
World'H fair iirlzo of * , VMJO. (
This eelubnited onranlzatlon will appear In thin
city fur urni nlht only In a grand
Bacred concert.
1'rlconFlint floor rPHorvwl , * 1.0 ( ' ! first floor nil-
nilKslon , 7Bci biiluony reberved , Vfie ; baleuny ad-
nilhitluii , AOc , Salu o | > eiiH Kauirday inornlni , ' .
Bishop Charles H. Fowler , D.D. , LL. D. ,
WILL LECTURE
In First M. E. Church , Omaha ,
TUESDAY EVE. . SEPT. 5
SUEJEOT "Graat Deeds of Great Mea. "
Tlokota - GO Co/ifa.
colored , who selreil tlio 8-.voar-old daughter
of Snm Uptlegraft on n lonelv road ninl
friphtfully abuscil'hor. l-'ivo of the tramps
have been captured , nrid dlro vongeanca may
bo visited upon them at any Unto. -
Iout n Iliinner.
Tito Pullorton Grand Army post mourns
the loss of an olorant Bilk banner , which
Avas taken from Us headquarters at Cnmp
Lopati last Monday nltfht. The nanio of the
l > est li omhlazonou on' the banner In largo
THE PLAIN FACTS.
A'cw. see 7ioro , my linyvlitt I < o/I
yuii/tir/fr/it. It i thobcK ( M/ioti-y/i-on
In liJioricii J'orriioinoiio.v. You. Fur
tliroo Union tlio monoyt nitil /ic/i'/.so
you to no timl HOO tt nt
, ,
Ijth Slroot and O.-ipltol Avonuu , Oniiilin.
OPEN FOR THE SEASOU
Will Begin Sunday , Sept. 3rd
REPAINTED , REDECORATED ,
REFURNISHED.
INTRODUCING
OUR NEW STOCK COMPANY
I'resentlntinc the Thrilling Comedy-tlranm.
ten s
John J. Williams , Tiilu S. KuscI ,
Jack Hall. \V. J.'IIolton ,
J. I ) . Williams , Irene Holton ,
Dorti Lowe , Amy Richards ,
Louise Klsmore.
CONCLUD1NR WITH A
Lorenzc & Lotta ,
Peerless double trapeze artists ,
George Edwards ,
Tlio Kreat inlliBtrul comedian
JENNIB CAPTAIN
Quigley & Laible ,
Tlio I.111I | > mlinK ; , Tim muallnHt people on cirtliln :
clever HketolicH , BOMKH and tlaiiceH
Mildred Phillips ,
Serpentine and SpanlHh ilanvur.
Eusrene Mack ,
Tliu Mali ) Soprano , In clover inalo linpur.ion.itloiiM.
R. H. Rueschaw ,
U'orld'H vliaiiiplon club rtxvliifcr.
Julc S. Kusel ,
Tliu eccentric coiui'dlan , In n modify of fumiylKiiiB.
Rush and Bryant.
CoiiH'Uy Bkutcli team , Introduclne nong , danccH.
etc.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY.
Mntliu-OM at ' . ' ; ( > ( ) P. M ,
K\-cniiiiHatB:0 ! : < > P.M.
THREE HOURS OF SOLID ENJOYMENT
At LOSH Than P pttluv Prlocw ,
MATINE-S. EVENINGS ,
ro all parts of O/\p llalconv 2Oc
tlio liouatj. . ' " * 'UcKurvod boats .2Do
loiters of Kplil. The present bosScjsor
vroultl confer a favor by returning it to Ilk
jiropor ovrncrs.
'
Ilnllillnir I'ernilth
Tno fallowing permits to bull < l vrcro Is-
Rucilyoitcrday :
Otnnlia Irxlcc No. 2 , Independent Order
ofUdd IVIIows , 108-1 Ul North I'oitr-
teentli , reooiiHlrnctlon nnd altera
tion ) $ 6,000
Minor permit * 076
1'lvo pornillt , nggreRntliiR ( S.C76
AMUSI3M HINTS.
street UPOPULAR
Theater. PRICESi
I
Coininencing at the Regular
|
SUNDAY MATIN1515
'
1 And for One Week.
EXTRA LABOR DAY MATINEE ;
Tomorrow , Sept. 4lh.
Tlio Piny That Hat Mrulo a Million
Pcoplo
CLEVER
Anil Sixteen Clover Comedians
and Pretty Girls in an
TO PATE
FAKCE
HOTELS.
VMd's Fair Ferris Wheel
THE OMAHA HOTEL
I blocks north of Ilir We wheel , corner of
fifllh Bti-out nnil r 'xlnirton avenue. All
JauliHOii I'nrk oaulo earn PUHS thu hotel. 250
rooniBj 41 ! bath I-UOHIH all free. Moderate
lirtci-P. PJIANK K.ALEXANUEn.
11. SILLOWAY , Manager. 1'rourlctor.
Omaha's
1 Cor. ' 121 Ii and HowarJ btroiti
40roonS'rf tiSO per duy.
40rooms $ : IOJ per day ,
ao rooms with Oath lit $1 nor ( Hr. '
liO rooms with bath acif.5 } per Jay.
Kloilurii la Kvrry ICfspuut.
No\vlyi < "iininlul Throughout
C.S. ERB , Pron.
THE MIDLAND HOTEI , .
Opened May ' l t , 18II.1. I < 'lrnt claas. now , modern
built , Bloum.C'U ouiHldyrooniH , new fnrnlturu.clcu-
trie bcllH , coiirciilrnt tire uHcapvn , plu.'iHnmly lo
cated near tin ! center of liimlneHB on JHtli and Chi
cage streets , opposite Jeirerhon Sonaru , ruiichcd by
all car lines rimnlnir to anil from Railroad OepotH ,
Council IllnffH and .South Omaha , and all places of
amusement and tin ; fairgrounds.
It offers u , its patroiiH thu uomfoHconveniences
and faro of higher prlciil holols , Commercial trav
elers and tonrlMlH will Und It onuof tlm bent for
the.lr biiblnebs.\vUlianiiiloiiceoinniodatlon8. Katcu
- Anierlean Plan. $ l.oo perilay ; Knrjpoan Plan ,
& 1.UO pur day. Hiclal rates by thu week for finnl-
lira and single men. M. J. FllAN'CK , Proprlutur.
l'ritMldi.it of
NEW EBfl
MXIlilC.VI , OlS
( ijiiimiiltiilniii I'Vou. ' )
n uniurp.incd In tUa tniatmont
or all _
Uuronlo , Private aul rf
rllew or consult per un HT
oj ; I'Kt.A I . < II..N I' ItY .MAlL
irlth ttamp for par-
tlculnrj , whlali lll bu jm la
plnlnonralopa P.O. iljt Uit. Oulid. 118 a , lith
( iruct , Omnhtt
OR.
JV3CGREW
l > the oalf
SPECIALIST
WIIOTJIEATSAII ,
PRIVATE DISEASES
nnd DEBILITIES of
MEN ONLY ,
Women Excluded ,
IH yearn nr | > orl ncp
ClrculuiHfroo. '
IHIi nnd FarnemSta.
NIB.
I ;
SEXPTELMBEIR 4 > , S , © , V fciricl S.
TO.THE W
$6,5OO $ f,000 Special Premiums
IN SPESD PURSES. Offered
by Merchants.
: ATEST SPECIAL
EVERY DAY BALLOON ASCENSION , with Double Parachute Jump by Madame Zelno and
Companion , the Most Noted Aeronauts in the World.
TKLEi
BABY SHOW !
One of the greatest features of this
Fair is the Baby Show.
LARGE CASrf PHIZES
Are offered fo-4wins : , triplets and single
babies of all colors.
GREATEST SPEED ATTRACTIONS
EVER OFFERED IN THE WEST.
TROTTINGPACING - , RUNNING- .
Over 200 of the fastest horses in the
country are entered in this department
and will compete.
Quite a number of the live stock al
ready entered will be competitors at the
World's fair. Every department will be
filled.
Railroad Rates
.Reduced railroad rates have beed se
cured on all roads coining to Omaha.
SPECIAL FREIGHT RATES
This is not a County Fair , but is open to the Worl *
We invite competition in all departments.

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