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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : ' SATURDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1808.
SATURDAY AT FALCONER'S ' Tlio Last Day of Onr Great Three Days Linen Sale , SEE THAT HUCK TOWEL AT 28C CotnmrncltiR Todnr Wo OUo BO 1'er Cent UUcount on Our Kntiro Stock of Cupel , jHckotn unit Clonks Sfl.OO lllitnUcU , S3.85 Illlibun * , lo. N. B. Falconer Cloaks , jackets and capes , 20 per cent. Today , Satur day , wo will commence a sale of our en tire stock of cloaks , capos and jackets at a discount of twenty per cent. The goods are nil now and the very latest styles. The stock Is heavy and as we fear the season Is going to bo a hard ono we want to unload , and think it bettor to give you the goods now at the beginning of the season when you want thorn. It's a great sacrifice for us. Butour friends get the benefit. Como right along nnd take thorn now at 20 per cent when the stock is-full and complete. N. B. FALCONER. Falconer's ' Saturday's specials. Read every woid. It will be to your Interest to do so. The last day of our great linen sale. Sec that huck towel at 28c. Sco those hemstitched pillow cases at 81.29 pair. See the dross goods bargains. Sco tlio bargains in. hosiery and under wear. Sco the best S5.00 blankets In Omaha that wo are selling at $ : i.85. Today is the last day of our great three days' linen sale. Hundreds have taken advantage of It ; hundreds will again tomorrow. Wo are making great cuts in ilno linens. 2Jx52 till linen huck towels worth -15c now Belling at 28c each. Pure linen hemstitched pillow cases , all hand work , worth S2.00 , belling them out at $1.29 a pair. 8-10 damask cloths , well worth $3.00 , now belling at $2.19 each. HANDKERCHIEFS. Plain white linen handkerchiefs worth lOc , today So each. Ono lot colored hemstitched linen handkerchiefs that sold at 25c will go today at 5e each. White scalloped embroidered hand kerchiefs worth 25c and 35o at 19e each. Olive and foxwood hair brushes worth 50c , today 15c each. Perfumeries ut 19c. Kirk's best perfumeries in a number of odors , sold everywhere for 50c. Wo will close thorn out today at 19c per ounce nnd furnish bottles. UNDERWEAR. 1 case ladies' fine quality 3-4 natural wool shirts and pants , medium weight , strictly nonshrinkablo , regular 81.50 quality , for Saturday 89c a garment. 100 do/on tan and gray English raorincJ shirts and drawers , medium woicrht , for fall , always sold at $1.50 , Saturday $1.00 a garment. garment.HOSIERY HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! 1 case children's extra line quality , all wool hose , spliced heels and toes , made to sell at 40c , special for Saturday , 25c per pair. All si/os , from 5i to 81. 100 dozen ladies' fine onyx dyed , fleece lined cotton hose , the most suitable stocking for fall wear , regular 40c qual ity , special for Saturday. 25c a pair. MEN'S HOSE. 100 do/.cn men's flno , full , regular made English merino 1 hose , in tans , slates and blacks , regular 40c quality , lor Saturday 25c pair. BLANKETS1 BLANKETS ! A good JO-4 white and grey blanket worth $1.25 , for 75c. A 10-4 white and groyall wool blanket worth $5.00 , for $3.85. A largo eiderdown comfort worth $0.00 , for $1.75. White Shaker flannel worth lOc , for Clc. Clc.French French outing flannel worth 15c , for lOo yard. RIBBONS AT 1C , RIBBONS AT 1C. 2.000 yards satin ribbon regular price 7c , Saturday lo yard. RIBBONS AT 2C. 3,000 , yards fancy faille and tatln ribbons bens all shades regular price 10e , Satur day 2o yard.RIBBONS RIBBONS AT 30. 3,000'yarda , fancy failles and satin ribbons bens all colors i egular price 15c , Satur day at 3c. RIBBONS AT 5C. No. 7 all'gros grain satin edge ribbon regular price 12Jc , Saturday only 5c yard. RIBBONS AT 100. No. 12 all silk gros grain ribblon regular price 20c. Saturday lOo yard. APRONS , APRONS. A handsome line of aprons in white , black and fancy colored lawns , worth 45o to COc , all go at 'J3o each. WOOL DRESS GOODS. 40c heavy fate -m Serges , 30 Inches wide. in brown , black , tans and gray , all go at one price , 25c yard. 75o now all wool novelty suiting , 40 inches wide , in all the latest combina tions. Price for Saturday , 37jo yard. $1.25 heavy storm serges , with astra khan bide band 4 inches \\ide , brown , green , black and wino-for Saturday 79o yard. N. B. FALCONER. For Saturday night only. From 7:30 : to 9:30. : Special , bpocinl , special. Read the follow Ing prices. They are the greatest bargains wo have over offered. $5.00 dress patterns for $2.15. Solid gold pins , worth $1,00 , at , OOo each. each.Hat Hat pins , worth 75c , at 25o. 1,000 ilno all wool dross patterns were thrown on the market in Now York. Our Now York buyer bought them at his own price. You will got the benefit Saturday night. They will bo sold at $2.15 a pattern. Bo on hand early. This Is a rare opportunity for you to secure a handsome drcbs pattern at a very small cost Every dross pattern contains 7 yards In all the now styles and colorings. JEWELUY , JEWELRY. JEWELRY. Tonight wo will close out our entire stock of jewelry at less than half actual cost. Ladles' ' broach plnj , worth 7fic , will bo cloeed out at 15o eaoh. Ladles' broach pins , worth 50o each , will go at lOe each. Solid gold broach pins , worth from $2.00 to $1.00 , will all go at 59o each. Fob chains and charms , worth $1.50 , go at 35o euoh. Sterling bilvor hat pliu at 25o each. N. B. FALCONER. TourUt Lam are the latest , most coinfortublti and commodious moans of travel for lurge parties. IntonUintJholtlorti.hoinoscokors , lumtinj , ' ] > iu1ics uud utlicms will lind tliosic uiirs en tlio Unlun Pncillo byetom fully flqulpj > cd iu over)1 way. For adol- tional infurnmtioa i egnvdint' thcso oars see your noara&t tiokot ngcnt , any Union Puollio HL'Cnt or address J2. L. LOMAX , Ge er l Pis ujfer nnd Ticket A out , Nob. 'NOTI1ER ' BIG IIAl'DEN DAY Saturday Sees Surprising and Sweeping Slices in Rcyeral Departments. SATURDAY NIGHT'S ' SILK SPECIAL UnilcriTcnr , IlnMcry nml rnritlililnK * for Mon , Women mill Children Cheney Broil. 24-Inch Crrpo do Chonc , 08o Ynrit nt 8 p. tn. 3.itur < lny. Special sale of underwear nnd gents' furnishing goods for Saturday. GOO dozen of children's wool under wear at about i of the regular pricu. Ladles' Jersey ribbed vests , natural gray , only 2T > c each , reduced from 50c. Ladles' ' natural gray wool vests and pants only 50c each , reduced from 9Sc. 1 case of ladles' ' wool vests , no pants , oOo each , worth 7fC. ) Gents' wool shirts nnd drawers only 7oc , worth $1.2. ) . 1 case of gonts' ' fleeced lined shirts and drawers only 83c each , worth $1.50. Gents' natural grey ribbed wool shirts nnd drawers only 08o , worth $1.50. 100 do/on gent's fine cngllsh merino } hose , only " 5c : reduced from 4Zc. 100 do/on cardigan jackets , 7uc , 81.00 and $1.50 ; just i price. Ladies' kid gloves , largo pearl but tons , only 08o ; worth $1.50. Ladles' fine saxony mittens only 2oo ; woi th 45c. EXTRA SPECIAL STLK SALE IN EVENING SHADES at Ilayden Bros , on SATURDAY NIGHT. Wo place on sale Saturday evening at 8 p. m. 25 pieces Cheney Bros.1 21-inch crepe do chcncs in all the now evening shades at OSc a yard and will guarantee that , you cannot duplicate the goods any where else for less than $1.25. This will bo a great opportunity for you to secure your party dresses and waists for the coining social season at an unusually reasonable figure. You can buy at the same time some hundsomo brocaded satins in evening shades , worth S1.23 nor yard , for 05c. Watch the pape"s for tho. China silk sale wo are going to have next week. Wo are going to make some prices that will please and astonish you. FOR ONE DAY ONLY , and that day will bo Saturday , that de partment No. 50 will sell the Best stockinott dreas shields for Cc pair. 5 packages needles and 12 darning needles for oc. Pine all silk Windsor ties forlOc each. The finest garter web for 3Jc per yard. Pine silk garter web for lOo per yard. Fine crockot silk for 19e per spool. Linen thread for 20c per dozen. Look at our sumplo line of toys now on pale in this department , ' ! article of a kind , over : t,000 different kinds. SPECIAL SALE ON BOOKS and stationary Saturday. Look at our fie books , cloth bound. Look at our 9c books , cloth bound. Look at our 18c books , cloth bound. Look at our 23o books , cloth bound. All rare bargains. IIAYDEN BROS. , ' Dealers in everything. I'.tollli ! Coist KxcurMoin. On October llth the Chicago , Rock Island & Pacific Rv. will inaucrurato its regular winter tourists' excursions. Through tourist bloopers will leave Omaha ut 2:05 : p. m. and run through to Los Angeles without change. Those through cars will Icavo Omaha at 2:05 : p.m. every Wednesday during the season until further notice , Oct. 11 , 18 , 25 , Nov. 1 , 8 , 15. 22 and 29 , etc. These excursions will bo in charge of and personally conducted by an agent of the celebrated Phillips Excursion Co. , and no pains will bo spared by the manage ment this season , a& In the past , to make those cMiui'Hions a quick , inexpensive and comfortable trip to all thos > o who contemplate going during the fall ana winter * to points on tlio Pacific coabt. The tourist sleepers used on these ex cursions will DO tlio latent designed by the Pullman Co. bointr supplied with the same equipment in the way of bed ding mnttrcbscs , etc. , asf are used on the regular Pullman standard sleeper , with a competent porter in charge. For full information regarding rates , sleeping cawreborvatioifs , maps , time tables , etc. address , CHAS. KKNNKDY , G. N. W. P. A. , 11502 * Furnaln St. , Omaha , Nob. - Your I.nst "World's 1'itir O | > | ioi tunlly. October 15-31 the Burlington Route ill sell round-trip tickets to Chicago 'JKNDOLOAHS. Tickets good to re turn until November 15. This is positively your last opportu nity of cheaply and cubily reaching Chicago cage during the World's fair. Do not allow it to pass. A lifetime of regret is In atoro for every ono who fails to too thlb grcatcbt of all great exposi tions. The Burlington offers an unonualcd orvico to Chicago , TJueo vostibnled and gas-lightpd trains daily. Magnifi cent sleeping , dining , smoking and free ohalr chairs. Uaggugo checked direct from resi dence. Cmf TICKET Orncc , 1324 FAKNAM STUKCT. on it ) A no , Mii.WAiiuin : < & ST. PAUL HY. ItiHIiu ! Tup tn ClilctlKO S10.OO. The Milwaukee trains are made up at Omaha , consequently they always leave on time. No crowding , no dust nnd cin- dors. Omaha people ride with aquaint- uncos. Electric light throughout train and in each berth in blcopars , Baggage checked from residence to destination , if desired. Elegant dining car , sleepers and ladies' car. Hound trip tickets to Chicago , entitling holder to all priv ileges , flO.OO. ' City ticket olllco , 1501 Farmuu street , Barker block. GOUIUX Ol'l'OUTOMTV. Sifduircnr | lon to Land lluyers , Friday , October 27,1 will run a special oxcureion from Omaha to Houston , Tex. Faro for the round trip , 827.25. Tickets good for return until Juno 1 , 1894. Apply BOOH , as only u limited number will bo taken at the above rate. 11. 0. PATTEHSON , 425 Kamgo block , Omaha. 11 u a Hi'turii WIU.OO. From Oct. 15 Jo and including Oct. HI the Chicago , Milwaukee & S\ . Paul lly. will sell round trip tickets to Chicago cage for $10.00. Thoco tickets are first clubs and nro good returning any time before Nov. 15V 1501 Furnnm st. Attention is called to the advertise ment of the Nebraska Guarantee SayIngs - Ings and Investment company in tula Issue of THE BEE , fin i i/c IT iiivniHT CLOAKS AT IIAiDhfl For Saturday Ladies' Oloafo , Waists , JorsejB , Wrappers and Children's Oloaks. ALL AT ABOUT HALF PRICE Jertnj-A tor Homo Wonr Worth HS.fiO Hat- artlitj7Bc Slcntii , Cliocio , lluttdr nnil Urncerlos of Unquestioned I'urity nnil Excellence ut Loivcit I'rlcen. CLOAK DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL FOR. SATURDAY. Ladles' ' woolen waists in black , blue nnd red , regular price $2.50 , today at only $1.50. Ladles' house jerseys In black , blue , brown nnd wine , worth from $1.50 to $2.50 , your choice at 75c. Ladies' woolen wrappers , regular price $5.00 and $0.50 , today only $3.50. Ladies' ' woolen suits in blue nnd tan , regular price $0.50 , today nt only $3.5U. Child ten's cloaks , bl/o 4 to 8 , worth $4.75. today only $3.00. Children's cloaks , size 10 to 12 , regu lar price $5.50 , will go nt $3.50. Ladies' fancy jackets with fur trim ming and silk lining , regular price $15.00 , your choice today at only $7.50. Ladles' fur capes worth $0.00 will go at only $3.75. FRESH SAUSAGE IN LINKS , Sic per pound. At TTaydons' moutdepartmont you will find among all other first cltibs qualities of moat llr.o fresh sausage at tlio above price. Sugar cured No. 1 hams for 12o ; picnic hams , lOc ; corned bcof | 5o ; finest pickled pork , 125c ; pigs' foot. 5c ; tripe , 5c , bologna , liver bansago and head chcobo. Co ; Frnnkftirts , 74c. CRACKERS AT HALF REGULAR Oatmcal crackers , 7c ! ; butter crack ers , 5c : oyster crackers , Go ; soda crack ers , oc ; frosted creams , 7jc ; ginger biiapd ; 7Je ; lemon creams , 74c ; cookies , 7 c. Remember - member wo buy crackers in carload lota and our prices tell whether wo are in it or not. FISH DEPARTMENT. Just received , our shipment of new fish. Norway anchovioSj lOo per pound ; wo have them in glass jars that wo bell for 45o , regular price 75c ; smoked white fish , 14c per pound ; finest English bloat ers , 5c each. . Wo will sell Baltimore fresh oysters at 19c nor quart. Bo sure and come hero for fish ol all kinds and you will stivo money. Butter , mince meat , preserves and cheese ; country butter , 18c , 20c and 22c ; creamery , 24c nnd 20c. You can always get the best , butter here for the least money. All Kinds of best preserves at 12jo ; mince meat , 74c ; apple butter , 74c ; peach , plum and quince , 7ic ; Wisconsin full cream cheese , lOc and 12jc ; Swiss , 12jc , 15c and 17c ; brick cheese. 12c , 14o and ICc. You will find any land you want hero at the lowest prices. Capo Cod cranberries , 74c per quart. HAYDEN BROS. , Promoters of homo industry. Clilcnco unit Itvturii , ! VfO OO. October In till October 31 the Chicago , Rock Island & Pacific railway will sell round trip tickets to Chicago nnd return at the low rule of 310.00 * The tickets are good on all trains. Passengers tak ing the Rock Island can change at Englewood , take electrio line to the fair giounds and save time and expense of transfer through the city. Secure your sleeping car accommodations early and avoid the rush , at 1C02 Farnam street. CHARLES KUNNCDV , G. N. W. P. A. Are You I'liinniiif ; u World's Pair Trip ? Bear in mind the decided advantages of the Chicago & Northwestern railway. Four daily eastern express trains , with now and snecial enuinmont. unexcelled west of Chicago. Low rates. Baggage checked from your home. Chojco of quick , safe and comfortable methods of transfer direct to the World's fall- grounds. Call , or send your address to the city ticket olllco , No. 1401 Farnam st. R. R. RiTciiin , G. F. WEST. General Agent. C. P. & T. A. Kopcnloil high rates to Chicago. The rate is now about 1 cent per mile via the Union Pacific. October 23 is Union Pacific day. Your Opportunity Invites you now. Rich western lands can now bo bought at reasonable prices and great bargains secured in the min eral , agricultural and gracing regions reached by the Union Pacific system. The opportunity of a lifetime for invest ment ! Send for the Union Pacific pub lication on Wyoming , Colorado , Mon tana , Idaho , Utah and other western states. E. L. LOMAX , Gen'l Pass , and Tk't Ag't ' , Omaha , Nob. W1O.OO , Clilcuso unit Return. $10.00. Via the Chicago & Northwestern rail way. Tickets are full flr&t-olass. You know what "first-class" means on the 'Northxvestorn. " CITY TICKET OFFICE , 1401 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA. Tim Chicago , Mllw.iulieo S St. I'nul Ity. Will boll round trip tickets Omaha to Chicago for $10.00. Tickets on sale Oct. 15 to 31 and good returning until Nov. 15. Siuuiiiy MIit ; nt KxiioHltlon Hull. Tomorrow evening at Exposition hall the noted anti-Jesuit and ox-Romanist , Evangelist Loydon of Boston , will glvo his first great lecture on Romanism and the public bclionl question to ladies and gentleman. Owing to the largo attend ance expected , all who propose attend ing should go early for seats. See ad vertisement in amusement column for full particulars. _ _ Tomorrow evening Rov. Lee M. Frank lin will lecture at Temple Israel on Ilar- noy street on the subject , "What is Theism'1 : In a sense the lecture will bo a rebuke to athoibin. All are invited. Services begin at 7:30 : p. m. October lilt , 1HIKI , is Union Pacific day at the World's fair. Hates about 1 cent per mile , Snm'l ' Burns is offering this week spe cial prices on cut gitibs and Invites the ladles to call and see his now World's fair Mimplcs , " w - - - Look on 7th page for bargains In pianos nnd organs. The Madibon ( family hotel ) , 21st and Chicago. Transients , $2.00 per day. AFFAIRS AT "SOUTH " OMAHA. Cletr tn n rerilnt nt llnrRlnr Mnilo City The police hnvo > a clew to the thief who has been entering and robbing the residence _ of Mr. Grlalth , wlitoi is now occupied by Matt Smith nml his family. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning Mrs. Smith hoard someone ono prying nt ono -ot the windows. She raised the blind nnil llicrorns ttio Inirtjlrtr working nwny with A clusol , endeavoring to rnlsc the siish tits same us Imtl bean done before. The liuly- rushed Into another room nml ocblnttj hold ot her hnsb.ind'8 revolver pointed it nt the stranger nnd ordered him to vncnto the premises. The police \\cro notified nn hour inter , but the limn could not bo found. Tlio police nro of the opinion that the follow Is p.ictlally ItiRnnoon the subject of burglarizing this pnitlculnr liotiso or ho would not ropcntcrtly t-iko such desperate clmuces. Of the three times ttmt be 1ms nttumptcil to enter the place , ho itkl so twice In broad ilnyhglit. "Altnr the Hull. " Just before toll call hist night the South Omaha police hold a business session to check up the receipts of their annual ball. It was found that f I'JOlmil been reached and Unit the total expenses wcio $00. There was a jangle on some of the hilts , nnd when Captain Austin handed In a bill of $2 for sup pers given to Omaha policemen who had en joyed the ball the amount was promptly rejected. A compromise ! was effected by several of the bovs chipping In and making up the amount. Another dispute tiroso over tlio expense account of Olllccis Van \Vio and Krocgcr , who had tn a bill of $12 lor "red lem onade" and other refreshments they claimed to have purchased In Omahn while they were disposing of about 150 tickets. The vote on ihls bill was irtio.and a compromise was made on $3 aplcco for the men. The money was then divided nnd oich of the gentlemen got fli'J. Ctinniibliil Clilnin. W. J. Vincent , formerly of the firm of Vincent & Walker , grocers , was married jcstcrdny afternoon nt the homo of the bride's parents to Miss Ella \\oodwtml. . Hey. C. N. Da vi son officiated. Only n fovv of tho' Intimate friends \\cra present , anil the couple left last o\cnltig on their wedding tour for Portland , Oro. Major Walker acted as best man for tlio groom. Miilc | City Oonnlp. William Nlco was lined Jw.CO and costs for assaulting a woman. Two now cases of dtpthcria were reported to the police last night. Bert Ankcls , bookkeeper forBabcocic , the painter , Is liomo from the World's fair. Mrs. A. U. Boinko and dauehtcr Flosslo aie homo from a vls.it to the World's fair. The members of St Agnes' church nro arranging a piogram for an entertainment toboghen hi Bailor's conceit null on the evening of November 1. George Broecr was arrested for drunken ness. Ho was so paraly/ctl that the oDlcer had to almost carry him to the station. This morning he pleaded not guilty to the charge and was lined So and costs. The democrats in the Thiid ward organ ized n club Thursday night at Burke's hall by electing James Uriidy president , T. J. Mu- lonoy treasurer anil Patrick Hiokey secre tary. The club starts oft with , a member ship of ITS. _ REGISTEHniHGISTER ! 1AS > T TKAK' . < 9 KKGISl'KATION It VOID KVKHY VOTUU MOST UEQl ! Tiit. Following Are Ecmainiug Dates for Registration. Thursday , October 20. Friday , November 3. Saturday , November 4. Registrars will sit at the polling booths in each voting district until 9 p. m. .on the days ' above named. ' * , , LastyearU Registration is void. If you want your name on the voters' ' list you must registsr. No Ono Can A fiord to Miss It. The Morse Dry Goods Company ever on the alert for new and pleasant fea tures in their business , announce elsewhere - where a mighty three days' bale of dry Koods commencinfr today , and have secured the Satorius Mandolin club to play Saturday evening from 7 to 10. The mandolin club play most delightfully , and are in much demand. This will prove a great treat for the lovers of music. 'Don't miss It. Permits. The following permits to build were Issued ycstcrdny by the inspector of buildings : Ii ulcl Hill HtillilliiK association , 3348 Mandcrson , coltn o $ 1,600 Riiinu , 3328 HilKKles. cottiiKO 1,000 U. A. liens11 oni , 921 North Twenty- olBhtli iivonuc , UwoIlliiK 1,000 GCOPKO . btryker. 2107 Boutu Klgh- tuuntli , cottngo 600 Three minor permits 250 Bovcni.ennlts.aBKr siting . 14,350 , The No 9 Wheeler ii Wilson with Its ro tary moicincut , la the lightest running machine In tlio market , and Is unequalled /ov specd. durability und quality of work. Sold by W. Lancaster & Co. , 014 South Six teenth street Chicago and Itoturn , Ton dollars , $10.00. Ton dollars , $10.00. Ten dollars , $10.00. Ton dollars , $10.00. Ten dollars , $10.00. " Ten dollars , MO.OO. Via the CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. Ton dollars. $10.00. Ton dollars , $10.00. Ton dollars , $10.00. CITY TICKET OFFICE , 1401 FARNAM STREET. Ton dollars , $10.00. Ton dollars , $10.00. Ten dollars , $10.00. Oct. 15 to Oct. 31. Good loturning till Nov. 15. TUB KBAI.TVHAKKKT. . INSTRUMENTS placed on record October 'M , IbUU : , WAHIIAMV mu ns. , T T ; Huiiin nnd wife tn J K Marltul , lot 2 , HbDumly'HSillNllv . $ G.Cno Io vl Clhson mid wife to .Mr * K 1) IViieimckiT. lot S , block B , Illtch- Took'N 1st aclU . 1,000 South Omulm Im ; < l coiuimny to 1'nt- i Iclc L'avamiiiKh , u ! i Iut4 , Clock 132 , bouth Omaha . 300 IM unl 1'liolaii anil wlfu tn I' Kojowlc/ , lot 11 , ( block 1 , MUsoml Avumionaik . DQO HXr.hsoll toJ J Jbiifcon , lot 4 , block 10 , llltrlicouk'b lot mid . 1'JOO QUIT C/.UM IICKDS. n F Williams ot nl to II NKIwell , lot 4 , Mock 10. lUtdicouk'H 1st mid. . 1 II J Farmer to Omillm Seem Ity coin- , s 43 ft ot of n 84 fret lots 4 und , block D , Myers , R.VT'uudd . 1,200 riiilo Jtumsoy to Edith K I.oilng , titistco , lot a , block 10 , Onmhu . . . . 3,000 Edith U Lot | ng , tiuatoo , ito U K Uiiiu- bey , biuiio . , . , 1 J II Molklo. sneclul'mustor , to Omaha 1-oiin und Tiiist company , lot 14 , block B , Kuunt/o * K'n udd . 2,025 J 1 * Hou to 1'ubllc. dedication of plat of "Kimortli , " lucntud upon n uol.G footof lot 1 , Tuttlu's bubdlv . K n Uundy , Ji'i JiiakWr In chancery , to Kllzubuth lluruurt , s44 fcutofnO'J foul tot 8 , block 231,011111)111 ) . 4,082 Total amount of transfers. . . . , . $21,5&0 The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Aluui. Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. WORK , WORK , WORK. Tedious Weariness of Modern - Housekeeping1. The Nervous Strain it Costs Many n Woman to Knn n Home. Kruncellit Olm < nun III * U'lfo iloth Inva lid * lor Venn. Work , work , work 'till the brain begins tn swims Work. work , work 'till tlio oyollils arc heavy nnd ( llnii The pressure of housekeeping crows greater every yonr. Uunnlncr n , homo , once n pleasure , IB now the cause of nervous ailments and Html breakdown. Many a wife , no innttor how numerous her servants , holds the homo on hot- own shoulders. Her ehcrry smile grows loss frequent , tired nerves iniikcs her flotful , and not vous prostrhtion ut hist exacts the lull wages of excessive house- It coping. Palno'a celery compound makes sick , despondent inon nnd women well and full of the love of living. The norvcs don.nnd promper reptile than the other tissues ; the changes that MKS. JOHN 1C. OIIASU go on are more rapid than In other parts of tlio body ; nervous exhaustion is a cry for food appropriate for rebuilding nervous tlsfcuo. The blood also has de mands peculiar to ita complex organiza tion. tion.With With the most advanced scientific knowledge concerning waste and repair in blood and nerve tissue , Palno'scelery compound was first prepared.It hns made thusands of pcoolo well. It has mount life ana hope to many a house hold. Road what Rev. John K. Chase , the evango'lst , suy8wrlting from Amos- bury , Miibs. : "Both myself and wife have been benefited by the use of Palno's celery compound' . I esteem it no less than my duty to say a word in favor of this popu lar medicine. Both myself and wife have boon invalidslora numborof years , I being broken in health by long yours of aiduous work in the ministry , my wife being troubled with nervous prostration , insomnia , etc. FOP those coaditions of weakness nnd debility wo have found Paino's celery compound excellent as a tonic and strongthgivor , calming1 the nerves and producing sloop , sharpening the appetite , relieving the tired feelings incident to this condition , and impart ing vigor and vitality to the ontlr/3 sys tem. Wo hear the remodv spoken very highly of by others , Und take pleasure always in recommending it to our friends and ucouiiintances. " Rev. J. K. Chase , whoso Hfolongv ef forts have been devoted to the cause of Christianity , and whoso , earnest , untir ing activity in the evangelical Hold has boon fruitful and fur-roachlng In its ef forts , is 71 years old. In his lifetime he has pi cached "something like 4,030 ser mons , " as ho expresses It. DR. SGHENGK'S Mandrake Pills have a value as a house hold remedy far beyond ttio power of Ian gungo to describe. The family can hardly bo true to Itself that does not keep them on hand for use in omoi-gon cios. Is the only vogetaolo Bubstituto for that dangerous mineral , Mnitcrjiiv , and while Its action as a curative is fully equ.il. it poascssea none of the perilous o fleets. In Constipation , Mundrako acts upon the bowels without disposing them to subssquont Costlvonoss , No remedy acts so directly oti the liver , nothing so &pocdlly euros > jlck Hc.idiicho , Sour Stomach ach , und Biliousnnss as those ForBalo Iiy u'l ' Dniialsti. 1'rluo l"i ct . per boxibove9 ; : for 0. " > ct3. ; or sent by mall , nost- D.XO free , on receipt of nrlco. Ur. J , U. SclicncK & fcon. t'hll idalpliliL A wliolosomo tonic. Delicious to the tnnto. : ( firiiteful tn tlio btomncli. I'urlfyltig to tlio' I bluoil ami BlrcnKllHiiiInu to the p j Btciii. ' ' Uiisiirimsswl us a pruvuntlvo of and euro for ' , MAKAKIA , J > YSIMrHJAliliillinrllcu- : , 'liiily elllcnclous in cui-osof woukcncd rtluis- k tire organs uud coin ltcatlons urlslcc tliuro- > from. I'l'L-pnreil principally from llcrln und ICiint.i kiiuuti tin * Iliclr iiiliuli'iililu ' in i p * i HOB t I'uiueily turiilUlty < il' luu , liver and lu\\cl , ABBEY LflBORATORY.CO. , 1428 MISSISSIPPI AVENUE , ST. LOUIS , MO. -o- . Upon receipt of 40 cents to dofny our ox- 'pcneca , wo will mull to liny hrtdieas , | io tii.e | > propald , a trial bottle , contulnlntr four ounces , ' Bucuraly ] > a < keel In n uoildii cuto. FOR GALEBV ALL DRUGGISTS. J I'rlco 81 per bottle. S3 for bottlcs.f ull lrH bpcclal terms In wrter lots. - 'r' ' HIRSGHBERG'S Tlie col 0- bratcUNon- Spcctuc 1 o and Uy- Glasses for sale in Oni EYEGLASSES' aim by MAX MKVIJU St HUO. CO. , ONLY I'll Pull Your Tooth Out for 25c DR. WITHERS , 4th Floor , Iro\Mi Ulock , , 10th anil Telepliouo 1775. A Says a philosopher will tnlto a good shoo faster than an ordinary citizen provided there nro no dog * about the promises wo presume. The major ity of clll/ons. wo acknowledge , will t-.iko a bail shoo as fast aa a good ono , 'till they hoar of the NoornsUu Iron-clad guarantee branded on every shoo equally protecting every wearer. THAT I IT OUR SHOES PROVE DEFECTIVE , WEAR OUT TOO QUICK OR DON'T GIVE REASONABLE SATISFACTION , WE'LL GIVE YOU A NEW PAIR FREE OR YOUR MONEY BACK. Besides this policy of protection , wo fatten your purse on every pair of shoos you buy. Might as well begin at our water-defying gr.iln shoe with a standard screw bottom ; sell at $1.00 ; save you at least T > 0c Our work man's $1.25 shoo is too well known a bit finer tills year wo usofull block leather and oak solos a superior stock than some lolks can show in a $2.00 ihou Again , whore wo help to fatten your b.ink account , on our $2.50 shoe ; as sure as you wear shoo < , every pair , without a guarantee , is worth $1.00. You ought to see an outlay of styles , lace , con gress , button , London , Paris , St. Louis , Saratoga and Box toes ; any width your foot suffers. Every pair a Goodyoiir welt and llrst class American c ilf If you are subject to cold foot try a cork solo sjioo ; they're only $2 75 , but as good as any $4.50 slice in the market ; have 'em In ovorj last known to the shoemaker , with grain or calf uppers Wo refer to our $1.85 shoo that thousands wear ; it's the same shoo they C'lll a celebrated $3.00 article , and it's ' the word celebrated that cost you iJl.13 , If you have It so At hist comes the shoo which crowds the shoo doptrtnicnt of the Nebraska quarters , that S3.00 value. Wo use the best of American calf nnd Goodyear welt finish. Made by competent shoemakers who turn out shoes for dress. Hero is also the styles worth mentioning Bluchers , Bals. Congress ; every last , every too , every shape. When your $5.00 and $0.00 shoo falls to give satisfaction try a p.ilr they's every bit as good Our word of h'onor , Shoe Catalogue , pages 36-7-8. Postal card us for one. FIFT/EEN PER CENT DISCOUNT ON CUT GLASS WARE. SATURDAY ONLY. RAYMOND , Corner ICtli ana Dousrlas Street * . ANGER URED WITH SOOTHING BALMY OILS. Cancer. Tumor Catarrh , PllcnFlHtiila , Exzo" in a uml all 5 iu and Womb Dlsoiitcn. CANC1UI of the Nose , Kjc , Lip , Unr , Nock Ilroast , Stom. ncli , Womlj In ( .lot , ; ill Intern.il or cxtcin.il urirann or tla- HUUH ( Mind without tlio knife or biirnlnir plaxtmB , tint ultu Koollilufrarom itlc olln. Hawaii ) of fianilM anil ImlUUnu , as tlicro aruothers wlio liopo to inolll by adicrtlulng to cure these UlBC.ibeallh un oil , /"MIT TTTrCl nTTT anJ suml It for HliiBtiatod UU 1 J rllOUU 1 book on Uio above ills- eases. Mailed fito. AUdreun DR. D. M. BYE , Combination Oil Cure , Portsmouth Bldfj. Knimns City , ICn * . . . . . . twcr SIZE to ' mi..i. ff > comic IL.rAUf THE MERCANTILE CIGAR , BETTER THAN EVER1 Tnliiwi o tliotcan l.o Viiirlit. KtuM , In < V TJ rcupcct to tU If.U HIC MBUU.WKHJtMlOAUlfWfOHY. . a i TO EXCELL IS OUR MOTTO. Class At Popular I'rlocn ai3ai.raiis. . 15th Omivliu , NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK. U. S. Depository , Omaha , Nab. CAPITA ! , , C4OO.OOU SURPLUS , Off-coM Una Dlrcctorllonry \V , Yatej. Pra I- dent - , U il.0it hliiifIco nru W t. 0. S Iw , W. V. Mo-uu. John 8. aolUm , J. M l' r ol Lew lad KwJ , c * HU r. THE IRON BANK. ' Citiirrh row Jercuros catarrh , BIKNEY'S 60 cents. New York Hospital TREATMENT. for nil Chronic , Nervous , Surgical , j Private an ! Special Diseases ol lilitll MEN AND mm | Stricture , Hyclroooloj. Varloooold , And nil othr-r iroiiliiosto ied ntreaiontvbl } olmraoi. CONSUia'A'IO.N I'ltnil Odli ol or iiUl russ. .fflUULl . 1U1M& & DOUGLAS BLOCK. 10th AND DODQB ST8. , OWIAHA , IIEB. Ojipoaltu llnydcn llro'a. . . , < OF Tooth oxn-i 'li1Jl In munitaif. Now ones liiwrUMt.Ktflriioou uiinu lUty. t'trfoct lit uor- untc-otl. lOlh imil / ' < ir/iinn Stroot. \U'i'U \