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TTTTS OMA7TA T > ATTYY TUCftf4ArrTTTinAV. . TSTfWl < TMTircR TO. tfifM. MORSE. Saturday , November 10th , ' 1891. 8 tor * Now * . We are steady going merchants , going along a straight road cHy by day , drawing in every lot of good merchandise as low as cash will take it and putting it out as fast as we can by low and fair prices on everything to everybody alike , in order to keep a run ning stream of fresh , bright , new things always so greatly to our customer's advan tage. Ijpft Ifitli entrance , Men's wintet * underwear - wear on sale Satur day. Every garment represents extra good value. Men's nne heavy mixed shirts and draw ers , 47c the garment. Men's heavy ribbed underwear , woolen Kooilfi , colors blue and mode , both fust , 75c the garment. . Mcn'a line soft fleece lined shirts and drawers. In natural colorn , 7Sc the garment Men's tan and black hose , fast color , 2 pairs for 2Tic. Men's tan fast color hose , 3 pairs for 25c. An extra double sole , fast bluck hose , 3 pairs for GOc. Scarfs. The new fall shapes and colors , your choice tomorrow , Saturday , 23c each. We have just re ceived our new scarfs lor men , in all the lat est novelties for this fall. See the line we are selling for SOc. Anything can be put on customers by < mger sule.smun , paid xpcclal premiums for pushing olt old or badly selected or surplus stock. Left IClh street entrance. Blankets we are selling a manufactur er's , stock of blankets at the price for blank ets at th'e rrill and in some case at less than cost to make. Ours are lionest goods at honest values , full weight and size. Full slzci ! blanket , f > 7o the pair. Extra size blanket , $1.23 the pair. California blanket , $3.41 the pair. Kxtra gray blanket , S3c. We assure protec tion to all buyers on everything sold under our roof. End Mnln Aisle. Notions , small wares and toilet articles. This is a very important de partment and we guarantee a saving in it to you. Crochet cotton , shaded , cream , whits , 3c. Knitting cotton , 4c. Novelty and feather rdRe braid , 15c box. Hooks and eyes , la card. Darning cotton , Ic. Hasting thread , DOO-yard spool , Sc. llnlr pins , Ic. Safety pins , nil sizes , Ic. Twin dress stays , 7c. llest velveteen facing. l ! > c. Ammonia , large bottles , lie. Colgate's assorted soups. DC. English Tooth 1'owder. 17c. Japanese baskets , 3c , two for Cc. Corded ruchlngs , 5c yard. Cream of Flowers , 17c. 32spy's Cream , 17c. Third Floor , right elevator. Butterick's Patterns , Publications and cut lery. "December goods now on sale. Third Floor. JLadies' , Misses' , Chil dren's and Infants gar ments Saturday. We place on sale a sample line of ladies' Golf and Tourist Capes at a sav ing of about 35 per cent to you. No two alike ; blues , blacks , browns and fancy mix tures. Call early and secure first choice. Fur capes , largest line , newest styles , lowest prices In the city. Ij not buy a garment without first seeing our choice lines and values. TjUce-Off Department. Just two weeks ago this child was ushered into existence at our store , and it has thrived grown beyond our fondest hopes grown because it deserved to grow unquestion ably offerings here that are cheaper by one-half than you ever bought before. Goods from every department were placed on .these take-off tables. All goods remain on them except what have been sold , One uniform price for any piece , yard , or dczen ; and 3c daily deducted from price on previous day. Today 34c is the price , tomorrow we take off 3c again ; take off sale tomorrow Sic , Second Flcor. Crockery Department. Smith , Ford & Jones elegant , se m i-porce- lain , lOO-piece Dinner Sets , in two different patterns new designs and decorations , a t $7.48. You'll pay $1O.OO for the same elsewhere. Japanese News. 3 styles of A , D. Coffee cups and sau cers 2Bc , value 4Oc. 3 styles of sugar and cream sets 2Bc , value , 4Oc. Cream pitchers 9c , 12c and up , worth more. Come and see , we're too busy to dwell here now , Left ICth street entrance. Winter Underwear. This strong depart ment leads in high qualities and low prices. There is no waiting lor special oc casions as every day makes a longer stride ahead than its prede cessor. That explains why we can give our patrons. The best values for the least money.-- Ladles' fleeced vests and pants , finished 8UUII18 , 25C. dailies' Heeced vesta and pants , natural and ecru , 35c. Ladles' extra fine fleeced vests and pants. Mulshed seams , heavy weight , SOc. ladles' half wool vests and pants , lleeccd , 48c. 48c.ladles' ladles' fine nonshrlnklng wool vests and pants , silk finished , 7Gc. Children's ribbed vests and pants , fleeced , finished seams , winter weight. 25c. Children's union suits , black , white and natural. $3.00 suits at half price , Jl.00. Hosiery. Children's black hose extra heavy "weight 2Sc. 2Sc.Boys' Boys' bicycle hose , double knee , heel and toe , extra value , 2Sc. Children's fleeced hose , fast black , 28c. Ladies' fleeced hose , fast black , ribbed top , 2Sc. 2Sc.Ladies' Ladies' fast black woolen hose , ribbed and plain , 2Sc. Ladies' silk fleeced hose , fast black , 3Se. Ladies' fine English cashmere hose , fast black , high spliced heel and double sole , 8Oc. Farnam street aisle. The best , not a small assortment , but a com plete variety of desir able new textures in PrintsGinghams , Out ing Flannel , at low prices , also complete stock of sheetings and cottons. Dress Linings. The newest of new- goods , the lowest of low prices , the choicest of choice fabrics. We have silesias , perca- lines , sateens crino lines , canvas , grass cloth , hair cloth and cambric at lowest of low prices. By no possibility shall any .person buying of us have It to say that they paid more than the same quality Is sold tor else where , but on the contrary , as often as possible the people shull buy here for less than anywhere else. THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO , Sixteenth and Farnam. For Saturday. THE ATLANTIC MOHTHH Always contains articles upon current topics ot interest. There Imvo been 'two papers on Tummnny Hull. Tammany Hall in the FKBUUARY ISSUK. Tain many Points the Way in the NovKMiiKit ISSUK. SuwanTu Attitude Toward Coni' promise and Secession. By DR. Fitnociiic BANCUOFI' . The two closing Issues of IBM will beef of unusual interest. They will contain n story complete in two parts , called THE TUUMPKTEU , By Mary Hallosk Footu. A Story of IlioCoxoy Troubles In the Northwest , The Issue of January , 1893 will contain The Survival of the American Spirit. An article of unusual Interest touching upon the rlae of the A. P. A. On all paid-up subscriplions rccclvqd before December 20 , wo will mail the November uud December Issues without clmrpo. 35 cents a copy. $1.00 a year. Hougiiton , Mlffliii & Go , , 4 Park Street , Boston , Mass , DUFFZ'S PURE MALT WHISKEY , All Druggists. "GUPIDENE" Curer the effects ot celt.use , excesses , tmf jona , Impotency , vor.cucela and consti pation. One dollar a box. six for J5. For ai * by THK UOOD- MAN DRUG CO. Omaha , Nib. NEW BOOK TARIFF of CUSTOMS I ! ! ! ! Onzlnalttil. iUtr on rtlel brtndinamM. IIrr. eieuc * to Court tuul TrtMurr IVp'l tUcUloni. TaMtM at r < r lini veUlil * . t on j . W Prlco OUr. prvDM. < i. W. MIKI.IMIN .t CO. . SlK.T > 1. J . ; H CIUCAUO , II.U. 13 llrutdwuftAUIV VOUli. Money saving people will E&ke advantage of N. B. FALCONER'S _ _ _ _ Interesting bargains for Saturday all cla $ I - il I I I-V Greater Bargains than ever Saturday evening. JL JL SL. JL V _ > J \ 1 Saturday and Saturday Night. Gloves Saturday Fvening , Saturday Evening , 7:30 : to 9:30. : 7:30 : to 9:30. : Tomorrow we place on sale in mind that we have the most 50 dozen pairs real kid Wool Dress Goods gloves that we have sold Cloaks complete line of Fur Capes ever ail the season at $1.25 and 300 now Pall Novelty Dross Patterns po on sale shown in the city and ourprices a re $2.00 ; our price on them Promptly at 7:30 : Saturday Saturday the very latest night ; ; not the ono weaves pattern ami in colorings the lot worth are for Saturday will be . . . . less than $2 , and HOIIIO worth nioro. Wo almost lower than you can find elsewhere , day evening wo place on glvo thorn away Saturday nlfrht sale 50 odds and ends in La Here are three samples of prices Here is a bargain you cannot dies' Fine Cloth Sklrts- -DI112SS PATTKtlN afford to miss , 25 doz pairs akirts tiiat wo have boon 11.00 we will make Saturday : of real und ressed kid gloves soiling at $5 , $0 , $7 , $8 , $0 . all sizes and desirable col and 810 nicely inndo and ors value and c cloth the best , but they are , regular Si Beautiful , rich Dross Fabrics on sale Saturday $1.50 ; Saturday odds and ends , and we want night in dreds patterns now silk and wool Co Astrachan Fur Capes , to close thorn out. so after vert Mixtures in latest two and three toned ef full and width 7:30 : tomorrow evening you fects line all wool Sacking , etc. , worth from length , Baskets can got your choice of them 81.00 to $5.00 they all g Saturday night our price has always for 32,03 each , but only ono been $25 ; we offer to a customer. Positively -DUKSS PATTERN them Saturday for the' ' 118 .00 We sacrifice them Saturday none sold before 7:30 : p. m. phenomenal price of.f All our new holiday baskets on sale 800 work baskets , school baskets , trays and novel Men's Furnishings Electric Seal Capes , ties in baskets ; worth up to 5c 350 ; Saturday After "tfO Katicy bordered .Fan- . regular price $27.50 ; . iino.io Silk Handkerchief * ; uovor very pretty and styl 850 lunch baskets , work baskets baforo ollorud for less tltiin 75o , LADIES' LONG UL- po tit I57io oaoh. Only ; t"jc for a , ish. In lot . Saturday a ets , wall pockets , dresser silk handkerchief worth 75c . . . STEKS-\Vo will also plnco day to be closed out trays , new novelties , worth on sale 25 Ladles' iino long at the low Men's Neckties Tocks and Four- very price to 6oc . up Ulsters , worth from $7.50 in-Hands till - , now designs , regular of waste baskets to $10.00 See the cloth in 35c Kooda , till go Saturday evening 200 paper , thorn a better bargain you at 1'Jc each plain or fancy , well worth never saw. but you can ot $ i ; go Saturday your choice of thorn for Men's 3-ply all Linen Collars go Satur4 f\n day evening , worth 15u each , at IwL/ We also offer 25 Electric $1.98 each , but only ono tea 300 photo baskets , pin a customer. tric seal capes capes cushion forms , whiskbroom Also a full line of 4.ply Llnon Cuffs , A C that have always sold worth 25o a pair , at Aclv .50 broom holders , hair receivers for $18 the . $ , at great ceivers , all new goods , 25 do/.en Ladies' E < ryption Cotton bargain price of. . . . . 19e in one lot at Vests , well worth 35o , at B. Falconer's Great Saturday Sale , After Forty-Eight Yeara of Active Service He Will Take a Eest. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ON CRUISING DUTY I'ro'crreil to Ite Afloat to Shorn Duty Even In Time of Peace , \\lilch Guvo Him the Tltlo of Seagoing Admiral I'romotloni Wlilch Follow. WASHINGTON , Nov. 9. Tomorrow at noon there will be placed on the retired list the commandant of the New York navy yard , Admiral Bancroft Gherardi , ono of the few old war commanders now In the naval service and known In naval parlance as the "sea-golng admlral. " Ho loaves behind him a career of distinction full of hard fighting and severe service , and without a blemish. Ills total active service amounts to forty- eight years and five months , and twcnty- flvo years and eight months ot that service were spent at sea. Even during the seven years he has held the rank ot rear admiral , In a time when few admirals make more than ono crulso under their own pennant , he has been at sea about four and a half years. Admiral Qherardl was born In Louisiana sixty-two years ago , and was appointed to the naval service from Massachusetts , June 29 , 181C , as a midshipman. Ho became a passed midshipman In 1B52 , a master in 1S5C , and was a lieutenant on the Lancaster , attached to the Pacific squadron , when the war broke out. The year 1S62 saw him a lieutenant commander , blockading South At lantic ports , notwithstanding his southern birth. From that time to the end of the war he was In the thickest of the fighting. He was In the engagement at Fort Ma con on the Mohican , commanded the Chocura on the west gulf blockade , the Port Hoyal In the same service in the battle of Mobile , and finally commanded the Pequot on the north Atlantic blockade at the close ot hostilities. Ho was commissioned as commander In 1SCG and captain In 1874 , meanwhile seeing service In commands on the Pacific and North At lantic. Ono particularly gallant action re corded of him' Is pursuing In a small tug and securing the destruction ot a confed erate ram which had succeeded In running a blockade on the Mississippi. Admiral Qher ardl became a commodore In 1884 and an admiral In 1887. Two years later he took command of the north Atlantic station. In 1892 he cruised from Ban Francisco around to Hampton Heads to take part in the naval review in 1893 , which was conducted under his command. This was his last sea service , for In May , 1893 , ho was placed In command at the New York navy yard , where ho re tires. As a result of his retirement , Ad miral Qreor , at present .president of the lighthouse board , becomes senior admiral of the navy ; Commodore Slcard becomes com mandant at New York and the following promotions will follow : Commodore C. C. Carpenter , to be admiral ; Captain Hush II. Wallace , to be commodore ; Commander W. C. Wise to bo captain ; Lieutenant Com mander R. M. Ilerry , to be commander ; Lieutenant W. 11. Everett , to be lieutenant commander ; Lieutenant ( junior grade ) J. B. Craven , to bo lieutenant , and Ensign John Kf , I211I&U , to be lieutenant , Junior grade. HAVIM : ON IIUOKIVIIUSHII-S. Comptroller Kckelt Dnrlilon that Ono Can Attend to Hold Kearney Hank * . WASHINGTON , Nov. 9. ( Special Tele gram. ) Comptroller Eckels yesterday wired Mr. Henry 12. Lewis , receiver of the First National bank ot Kearney , Neb. , asking him to also accept the position of receiver of the Iluffalo County National bank ot the same city. Mr. Eckels stated that In his opinion the affairs ot the two Institutions can be economically settled by one man and the appointment will be made In order to eave expense. Tills U In accordance with the comptroller's well known policy of winding up the affairs ot Insolvent national banks at aa email a cost as It can be done. The determination of the comptroller will be a disappointment to the other applicants for the position , among whom was Henry O'Neill of Omaha , who was thought to stand a very good chance of being appointed. The following postmasters have been ap pointed : Nebraska. Loup City. Sherman county. L. E. Walworth , vice M. II. Mead , removed. Iowa Corley , Shelby county , C. H. Albers , vice Km'ma 'Schombee , resigned ; James , Plymouth county , C. 12. Chancy , vice E. S. Sungcrford , resigned ; Ilcasnor , Jasper county. J. W. Edwarjls , vice W. P. Caldwell , resigned ; Shftrpsburg"Taylor county , U. A. Hoilond. vice W. If Calvin , removed ; Elm Grove , Calhoun coupty , Henry Hcimiui , vice Kent Sterling , resigned. South Dakota postmasters were commis sioned as follows : Frank J. Kradlec , Vod- nany ; Jonas Glelcli , Lakeport. M'COOK bUCCKHUS IIOWA1IO. Now * of the Appolnttnont ICccelved with much I'uvor ut Dciiriir. WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. Brigadier General Alexander McDowell McCook , who becomes a major general , Is at present commanding the Department of Colorado. He has been for ty-seven years In the military service , and Is one of that famous family of farriers , the "Fighting McCooks. " Ho Is a graduate of West Point , which ho entered In 1847. He was a captain In the regular army at the outbreak of the war , from which ho emerged with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Rut In addition to this ho had at the beginning a volunteer commission as colonel of the First Ohio Infantry , and one year later received his volunteer commission as a major general. For gallant service during the war he was brovctted a major general In the regular army in 1865 , thus anticipating by twenty-nlne years the good fortune which has fallen to him by the appointment of today. The race for the place vacated by Major General How ard's retirement was between McCook and Ruger , the latter commanding the Depart ment of California , and the former was pecu liarly fortunate in receiving the appointment over General Ruger , who stands at the head of the list of brigadier generals , because ho would otherwise retire In a few months with the rank of brigadier general. 'As It Is Gen eral Ruger's promotion will probably only be delayed for a short time. Colonel Foray the , who will become a brigadier general , Is one of the most distinguished cavalry officers In the army , and has behind him a notable record of service In the Indian campaigns. At present he Is colonel of the Seventh cav alry , and In command of the artillery school at Fort Rlley. Knn. He also is a graduate of West Point , from which ho graduated In 1851 , and is a veteran of the late war. He entered as a first lieutenant and emerged a major In the regular army , but In the volun teer service ho received his commission as a brigadier general. He also was brevettetl a brigadier general In 1865. Major General Miles will transfer his com mand to New York , succeeding Major General Howard as commander of the De partment of the East. In the natural order General Forsythe would take his place as commander of the Department of the Missouri , but as the junior brigadier general , ho may yield this command to General Ruger fhould the latter , ias IB expected , prefer to changa from the. Department of California. DENVER. Nov. 'D : General McCook was seen tonight at hlsTiotel In this city In regard to his appointment as'major general of the United States army , lie seemed greatly pleased with the appointment. He has re ceived ofllclal notice-of the appointment , but uaya he has not yet been consulted as to whether ho will leave1 Colorado or not. He recommended very Jilghly his successor , Colonel Jamoj W. , For ytho of the Seventh cavalry. Fort Rlley , Kan. The news of the general's promotion was well received In Denver. It was not altogether a surprise to his friends , aa It Was generally believed by them that he would be selected for the ' ' ' place. , J'ntmiU for A Ventura Inventor * . ' ' WASHINGTON , .Nor. 9. ( Special. ) Patents have been" ttued as follows : Ne braska Oscar Stiles , Omaha , Insulating com pound ; Henry O. Thomas , Klmball , hand truck. Iowa David P. Allen , Deacon , charger : James W. Anderson and R. S. Twlss. Blwood , harness : Edward W. Collins. Coalvllle. check row planter ; William < J. Price , Sioux City , assignor one half to G. E. Mott , New Orleans , La. , machine for build ing embankments. , Otm I'lniu for Nebraska. WASHINGTON , Nov. 9. The president has appointed the following postmasters : Thomas Kelly at Adalr , la. ; Robert Huffchmldt , LansIng - Ing , la. ; B. A. Elder at Eldorado. III. ; S. H , Gunder , Fairmont , III. ; W. C. Ellis at Mountain - tain Grove , Mo. ; C. I ) , Sayres at Chadron , Neb. : J. E. Hill at Sablna. 0. ; Charles Evers , Napoleon , O. llarnyanl .Manure the licit. WASHINGTON , Nov. 9. Of Importance to farming Interests throughout the country is a bulletin on "Barnyard Manure , " which will soon be Issued by the Agricultural depart ment. It was complied by A. C. Bcall , ot the experiment station office , and is the re sult of an exhaustive Investigation of the sub ject. Barnyard manure Is held to be the most efficient means at the disposal of the farmer for the Improvement of the soil. The best results are likely to be obtained by com bining it with commercial fertilizing mate rials. Will All 'Julio H Look nt Morcury. WASHINGTON , Nov. 9. The transit of Mercury will bo observed by some distin guished persons at the naval observatory here tomorrow at 10:45 : n. m. , and 4:12 : p. m. Sec retary Herbert has Invited President nnd Mrs. Cleveland and all the members of the cabinet with the ladles and their families to visit the observatory to view the phe nomena through the great telescope. Committee AlfetH In Niitomhar. WASHINGTON , No. 9. Chairman Sayres of the house committee on appropriations has Issued a call for the members of the com mittee to meet In Washington the third week of November. POOB LITTLE WAIFS. Two Children Descried by Tlielr Mother ICutlri'ly Dmtltiite. A sad case of destitution and desertion was brought to the notice of the police yes terday. Two little children , 6 and 10 years of age , were sent to the station for shelter and food. They live on Harney street , between Ninth and Tenth. The children's father , whose name was Condomer , died some time ago , leaving the house and lot where the family lived to his three children. Mrs , Condomor was a woman well known In police circles as a dissolute character and frequently fcpent days behind the bars. In the district where she lived the woman was known as "Oklahoma Slim. " Shortly after her husband's death Mrs. Condomer suddenly disappeared ; leaving her three children to shift for themselves. The eldest was n boy of 12 years. He managed to make a living for the trio during the summer by selling papers and blacking boots. Thursday the mainstay of this little family disappeared and left the two Uttlo youngsters without food or bed clothes. The house where they lived Is nothing but a hovel , the mother having pawned everything for beer before she deserted her offspring. Now that the oldest boy has skipped , nothing was left for the little ones to do but to apply to the police for aid. They were placed In the matron's charge , and are being fed up and kept warm. Mrs. Cum- mlngs Is endeavoring to secure contributions enough to secure new clothing for the chil dren. General Nelson A. Miles U a consistent advocate ot wholesome food. He is naturally a firm believer In the efficacy of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. BURNED BEYOND RECOVERY. Aim. ICumnU'a ( iiinollno Store Kzploded with 1'robubly Fntul Itenult. Yesterday between 7 and 8 o'clock Mrs. Hussell , 4102 Grant street , was preparing her gasoline stove for cooking the morning meal. She had lighted the burner when the reservoir which holds the oil became un fastened In some way , and toppling over on the flame , there was Instantly an explosion. The burning oil was thrown over Mrs. Russell , and Instantly her clothing was oa flre. Her screams attracted the attention ot her husband and neighbors , who , picking up blankets and heavy clothes , attempted -smother the fire. Twice they had almost succeeded In putting out the ( lames , but the pain was something unendurable , and Mrs. Hussell. crazed from the pain and flames , rushed Into the open air. In less than a minute every shred of clothIng - Ing was burned off. A physician wag called to dress the burn * , but the woman's Injuries ar so severe that her recovery Is despaired of. Oregon Kidney Tea cures all kidney trou bles. Trial size , 25 cents. All druggist * . A llemvntiul Priest Frank Schraffo Is reported missing from 1803 South Sixteenth street since Thursday afternoon. The missing man Is a Polish priest and Is demented. Ho ha * been living with his sister at the above number and managed to slip away when the family wa * not watching him. When last seen the priest was out near the county poor farm , walking In a southerly direction. ' II'KSTKIIX JMJ.VA1O.YS. Veterans of the I.iite Wnr Kemriiibcroit by Ili < innnr l < toviiriiinrnt. WASHINGTON , Nov. 9.-Special.-Pen- ( ) slons granted , issue of October 29 , were : Nebraska : Original Ennon W. Tocdorskl , Louisville , Cass ; Andrew l-t. Miller , Dakota City , Dakota. Increase Nell McTuggart , Yoik , York. Iowa : Original William C. Mosely , Goldfield - field , Wright. Reissue John Coulter , Hur- lliiKton , DCS Molnes. Original widows , etc. Mary A. Moody , McGicgor , Clayton. Orig inal widows : Itelssue Olive J. Lambert , Alba , Monroe. Colorado : Ileuben Heain , Cripple Creek , Kl Paso ; Michael Scully , Manituu Springs , El Puso. Charlvr Amomlment Committee. Slessrs. Howell , Wheeler , Burkloy , Lcmly , Wlnspear , Overall , Chase and Wyman , of the Joint charter -amendment committee , were present at the meeting last e'vonlng. Howell's resolution to the effect that the appointment by the governor of fire and po lice commissioners bo subject to confirma tion by the city council was referred to a subcommittee , composed ot Messrs , Chase , Wyman and Lemly. This was not without some discussion. Mr. Wyman believed that the committee should not touch the resolution. Ho believed that ! ' it were T > a ° 3ed the action would prejudice the whole work ot the committee. Mr. Hurkley said Ills opinion was that the adoption of such a method would be retro gression Instead of progression. There was some Informal discussion as to whether the city engineer should be a mem ber of the Hoard of Public Works , a sugges tion which Chairman Wlnspear , of the board , favored , and the committee adjourned until Wednesday evening. MurrhiK" I.ltriixcis. The following marriage licenses were Is sued yesterday : Name and Address. Age. James B. Follet. Council Bluffs 31 MrH. Annie Craig , Council 1)luffs ) 27 Bam N. Plerson , Omaha 29 Cars' Bowers , Omaha 21 Hen Johnson , Omaha 2G Ernestine Grabber ! , Omaha 19 What bigger mistake could a housekeeper make than to suppose that any other baking powder Is aa good as Dr. Price's. No other Is half so good. J' ; ; SOAJti i'Aii.ioinrns. J. C. Temple of Craig , Colo. , Is a Dellone guest. O. M. Payne of Chicago Is stopping at the Barker. L. W. Roth of Lawrence , Kan. , Is at the Darker. Mrs. M. Myers of Lincoln , Neb. , 1s at the Barker. W. C. Strohin , Sheridan , Wyo. , is at the Dollone. ' J. S. Shaiib of Louisville , Ky , , Is stopping at tl0 | Barker. William Mahoney and wife , Laramle , Wyo. , are Paxton guests. M. W. Koblnbon and wife of Brcel , Neb. , are at the Barker. C. I ) . Harrington of Nebraska City Is stop- p.ng at the Barker. Ross Ranney and James Temple of Craig , Colo. , are at the Dellone. L. Salsbury , John R. Hawkln and F. W. Douglas of Sundance , Wyo. , are at the Ar cade. Dr. H. C , James , wife and daughter of May's Landing , N. J. , are the gueits ot Mr. and Mrs. John E. Iszard of the Colonnade , hotel. Dr. James Is county physician of At lantic county , New Jersey , and 1 * a brother-in- law of Proprietor Iszard of the Colonnade , This Is the doctor's flrt visit to Omaha. XHirusldtiK ut tlio tlntfllq. At the Paxton A. R. Johnson , Chadron ; H. C. Eddy , 1C. II. Eddy , Lincoln ; II. H. Manvlllu , Tllden. At the MIllard-N. W. Wells , Sehuyler ; 8. M. Darker , Silver Creek ; Tom Itedlon , Hush vllle ; 1C. M. Coffin , Lincoln. At the Merchants A , M. Corbln. Teka- mah : Z. M. Half. Lexington ; Dell Akin , Atklnaon ; R. C. Hassan , Wakefleld ; H. L. Ooolil , Ogalnlla. At the Arcacle-W. H. Whlppcrman , Wake- HeldV. ; . J. Wlrkstrom , Nehawku ; John O. 8mlth , Illalr ; C. L. Williams , Mrs. Walts and daughter. North Plutte. Oregon Kidney Tea cures all kidney trou- ties. Trial tlze , 25 cents. All druggist * . FOR NEBRASKA INDUSTRIES Now Standing Committees Named by Man ufacturers and Consumers Association. EXCURSION BY THE LINCOLN OBERS Plntmlnc for a lliuiqiict at Norfolk Reso lution Coininniiillii ) ; Curtnlu Homo nitinuructuro * to Hoard * of Public Works and City Councils. A meeting ot the executive committee of the Manufacturers and Consumers association was held at Its rooms In the Dee building yesterday afternoon. President Page announced the following committees for the ensuing year : Kxecutlvo committee Messrs. Warren and Harpham of Lincoln , Messrs , Rheotn , Tlbbs , I'eHera , Furrell , Doup , Cole and Vlcrllng of Omaha. Finance committee Messrs. Hecs , Aken and Sherman. The Nebraska Brush factory -and A. P. Keith & Co. of Omaha were elected members of theassociation. . For the exhibit at the state fair the asso ciation was to considerable expense In putting the booths of members in shape , and It was decided to charge up the amounts to the In dividual exhibitors. The secretary reported that ho had received an Invitation to accompany an excursion of the Lincoln jobbers to Hillings , Mont. , and other points. The excursionists will leave- Lincoln Sunday evrnltiB , and bo absent ono week. The secretary was authorized to ac cept the Invitation and accompany the Lin coln Jobbers as the representative of Ne braska's manufacturing industries. President Page said that It was about time to hoU another "homo Industry" ban- quet. The secretary was Instructed to visit Norfolk and seeat what time It would bo convenient to hold a banquet In that city nnd report to the next meeting of the com mittee. The following resolution was adopted by a unanimous vote : "Whereim , I'uvlntr nnd building brick of quality second to none In the United States , and material * for wntcr works systems such ns stand pipes , bollerH , lire hydrants , etc. . are rmuiufiirtured In Nebraska , glvlnfr employment to largo numbers of our citi zens who spend with the merchants ana other business men of the Btato the money thus earned , thereby adding to the general prosperity , bo It IleMlvcu , That the Manufacturers and Consumers association of Nebraska , believ ing It Is to the UfHt Interests of the people that the money raised by taxation for pub lic Improvement * should , win-never possible. be spent within the state , < lo respectfully reuiii'st and iiruu that all city councils and UoanlH of TMibllo Works In Nebraska , In making upeclIlcatlonH and letting contracts for water works systems , paving and other public Improvements , give preference to ar ticles of home manufacture , No trial can bo too exhaustive , no teat too exacting , for the admirable qualities of Dr. Price's Daklng Powder. The ladles of the "noonday Test" will Bcrvo a dinner , corner Eleventh and Howard streets , today. The Hoard of Public Works held a short meeting yesterday afternoon , at which the only business transuded was the allpwanca of a nutnber of estimates and bills. Dr. Helllngs of the Pint Ilaptlst church has ( resumed his work for the Saturday after noon class for the teachera and officers of the Sunday schools of tlio city at the Young Men's Christian association lecture hall. The class will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock. In the suit of George King against Alvah Waterman , In which the plaintiff sues for property which he alleged was fraudulently kept from him by breach of contract , the district court jury found for the defendant. Tha property In question la 240 acres sit uated near Klkhorn. King paid 1300 caih and gave his note for $700. When this note became duo King -would not pay It , and Waterman declared the deal off. The prop erty was to bring | CD per aore. Deserving Confidence. There U no article which so richly deserve * the entire confidence ot the community as Drown'a iironchlal Troches. Those suffering from asthmatic and bronchia ) diseases , cough * and colds , ibould try them. Price 26 cent * .