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THE? ,BUNDAY( MORNING COURIER
THE SUNDAY MORNING MIR.
- I A ' nv Thn
COUMUR PUBLISHING 60.
ti. Vr.Kt., I'rcolilpiit ami MniuutiT,
W Morton Hmitii, ScerHiioniitlTrenniri't.
TERMS OF 8UD8CRIPTION.
TllK t'oi'MKR, iiihi er, In mUnoeo. . . .'.(
Six indiitlm.. . ..,.,..... ... . ,.. I.W
Tlitee muntli. . . ..,,. . .! (., -i W
If the general public, has failed to
form a proor estimate of Nebraska
from mi iiiHH'ctlon of Mr. Gnrneuu'H ox
hllilt nt tho World's fnlr, or from the
newspaper accounts of tli same, or If
Col. Cody's Wild West show, generally
accredited to thin state, or tho cow-lsiy
race which started tho oilier day from
Chudrou, huvo given any on an orron-.
eons liuprcKKiou of fair Nebraska, tho
state Is nt lust placed before tho country
in its true'llght. Mrs. Kuto M. Cleary's
N)om entitled "NeliriiHltu," read at tho
World'a fair on Nebraska day, 1h bo
markedly representative of tho Htuto that
it may ho raid to no a mirror In which
can ho Peon tho beauties of our purling
hrooks.nud rolling hills and golden prat
rleST and the other things, divers and
sundry, which lend weight to the nsser
tion po often made to the effect tliat
Nebraska, onco the neat of tho far famed
seven cith'H of Ciliola, wan originally tho
alto of tho Garden of Kdeu. It in beau
tiful poem of rare and Hiihtlo sweetness.
Howjt iniiHt Jiiivp. directed attention to,
this state by tho beauty of tho words
and tho strength of tho poem Itself!
Could anything bo more touching or
more lovely Or more distinctively Ne
braska)), for Instance, than tho following:
How tlmt klit irut runnltiM
a0 !Twnni t morq'n linlt
2 Ola jenrwlieult 'utl ' -'
0r eeemtu like )imr chant , "
.Jt fLntt, uu' iitr, ii tain -
Then the dainty BUggcstivcnoss of
Quick n nil tlio lioit wii
Then tho soul stirring passages about
Ilnvlu' to work no' luutlo,
and Hiram with tho mules
8trliln' In tho com.
Wo would like to givo tho iocm in its
nutgnitlcent entirety, but Its delicnto
pathos would probably make tho strong
men among our renders weep, and wo
would not euro to bo answerable for tho
It is such a grand work! And it is so
thoroughly Ncbrusknn, After reudiug it
even though one bo Inlllndoostun or tho
South Pole, one can see Nebraska in all
Its gorgeousnessof natural, beauty, like
tho sun inha'sky, It performs such a
valuable service, in painting Nebraska's
portrait for tho world, nnd it does tho
subject such ample justice that its
author ought to bo decorated by Gover
nor Crounso with tho yellow cross of tho
8acred Order of the Sunflower.
The orkat religious controversy nncnt
the Briggs cuso seems to huvo awukened
considerable interest Jn Lincoln, Dr,
Curtis' of the" First Presbyterian church
mado the trial of Dr. Briggs tho subject
of his evening sermon last Sunday. Mr.
A. L. llixby, the oot laureate of tho
State Journal, hus given tho readers of
that paper daily notes and lessons to be
drawn from tho agitation, and Rev.
Byron Deal, pastor of tho Third Pres
byterian church tho other day sent a
highly interesting communication to tho
Journalin which ho takes decided ex
ception to the remarks , of Bixby nnd
others concerning Dr. Briggs.
The churches and ministers every
where are just now giving a largo share
of their attention to questions of
creed and so much is heard of articles of
belief and creeds and doctrines that the
following iittlo poem, tho Jutest product
of tho pen of Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
rend in Boston the other day u the an
niversary; of tho Young Men's Christian
Union? is in wry striking contrus't to tho;
Our Fntlivrt wlillo our hmrts uulcnrn
The orvotlMliut vrruiur Thy name,
Still let our linlliiwvtUitur bunt
JrV tlh fultli's uuel) ln ltnmt "
Not bjrjliu llitulut Klpunm of wrath'
Ourcul thy fit. e shall i-e.
Tl utar ot lore muat litflit tlio )Mh
That leUf to heaven aiu Tbee,
Help ut to read our Maite r' U),
Tliruiitih vn darkening tnln.
That clontl IIU satrvd linage (till.'
And v ltlmoucy mtalu, (
Tfi brother man. ilie pityinir trie ml,
hii vrce fur human vtoc.
Win i plrailliiw word of pardon Mead
With crki of raging fom.
If, 'mid the Katliorlns torm of doubt,
Our hvattn bhiw taint android,
Tl ktrcoKtli w raiuiot Urn without
Thy lore will not withhold.
Our praycra accept, our lni forchf ,
Our youtliful leal rvnvw ;
Shape u fur hull) r Urea to Ike,
Ami nobler work to do.
Owino to the change from tho mail
eerviceta carrier dehvor a number of
city subscribers fulled to receive their
copy of The Courier last Sunday.
Extra precautions have been taken this
week and much better results are ex
pected. . ' . '
The Journal has volunteered its
assistance ln raising tke Y. M. C. A.
debt and the subscription la piling up
every day; but the money, or rather tho
subscriptions, must come in faster or the
building will have to be handed over to
the creditors. The closing of this use
ful institution would be a lasting detrl
neat to the city, and it should not.be
During very curly stngea of tho
World's Fair when enterprising men and
women! made pluus nnd schemes for
making independent fortunes during tho
season, mo men whs iiibu iiihcii op )
the servant girls of this country, as
much extra help would bo needed in
Chicago and many have gone theio with
great expectations. This Iiiih added an
other feature to tho already perplexing
problem of todaytho servant girl
problem. The solution of this problem
lias been undertaken by many; if has
been discussed In tho columns of tho
newspapers; humorous papers have cari
catured tho independence of tho servant
girl, and tho dependence of the Iioiiho
keeper; women's sewing and social circles
have discussed tho question, and no
method of Improvement seems to have
I). 'en found. Those who have already
come over from Kuropo us servants, are
sending back for their relatives and
friends, who, ujkiii reaching America,
join In making kitchen government a
monarchy, It can hadly bo tho climatic
etTcct, so we must look elsewhere for tho
cause, if wo would Hud u remedy.
Is It that tho women of to-dav are so
dependent iion servants that this state
of iitTairs exist? I am in favor of our
women "lioyoottlng" tho servant girl,
and refusing to employ help. The
methods of our parents mid grandpar
ents are tho methods I would suggest.
Families were larger in thoso days than
now, and household conveniences. noth
ing compared with now. Tho father,
Instead of spending his evenings at the
club, devoted them to his wife and
children, and when tho Iittlo ones were
asleep he entertained tho mother with the
news of the duy. Children, too, indul
god less in dancing schools and such
things, and took more part In household
duties. Home seemed something to
love instead of something to get away
from, and there wits us miiny hum
shls to endure then us now. hen we
helKd mother alnitit tho house wo were
always rewarded by a row of pics, or it
blu nun of cookies, her Saturday buklnu.
'I It...... ...lu .... ft. ...... w.i1ta.. ...1,1. t.Hj....!.
xiiriv nun uu unit;,, vininill t.ltll 1 IIUUM
names attached, but I would give nil tho
fancy cooking there is today for the kind
mother ised to do. Women of today
would bo in health, better prepared to do
the work of their households it they
lived Ynoro on "mother's eooklncr.'Mn.
stead of the rich and highly seasoned
dishes that have taken their plaeo not
only on tho American table, but In the
Tho strength wasted in following Hie
fads ot the day and in tho whirl ot so
ciety .would lengthen tho life of the
average woman one-third, nnd furnUh
ror her tho strength to lo what no
woman should shirk, ror turn over to
nurses and servants. I do not wish to
be Understood as suggesting, or even up
holding the Idea advanced by some,' that
women should have no help in the
household, particularly where there are
largo families, but the entire handing
over of the home to servants, while they
devote themselves to tho social depart
ment of tho family life, is curried to u
degree that Is causing serious comment
from tho serious nnd more thoughtful
of our nation. t What physiciun encour
ages women In tho life tho majority of
them lend, looking ut it from his stand
point? As the constant whirl of society dis
torts tho tastes and destroys tho love
of home nnd its quietude and surround
ings, so the cultivating of tho homo cir
cle engenders nnd cultivates a lovo for
its sacred precincts and Inhabitants,
which will, if allowed its freedom, develop
into tho strongest and best influence of
life. And what Is that "society" when
you get ut the root of it? Not the social
and Intellectual intercourse which in
dulged in.ln ii moderate degree nnd in con
nection with tho homo circle, enlightens
and enlarges the heart and sentiments
of its participants; but a dizzy strife to
outdo each other in splendor of "ntTuir''
or in dress; a subject for tho inoxt few
day's discussion, and when not in the
presence of a recent host, or a member
of his family, a topic of not always kind
ly criticism; tiresome, formal, and in
every way designed to unfit men and
women for the more important duties
which are utterly lost sight of in such u
life. l Lynn.
From the World' Flr to Wtuhliigloii nml
Do you contemplate going to the
world's fair? Of course you do every
one does. But you will not end vour
journey with n visit to the fair. You
will want to go buck to the old home in
Now York, Ohio or Pennsylvania. You
will, erhupB, want incidentally, to go to
Washington, cull on the president or in
quire utter tho '-plum" crop, in fuct muke
a swing around tho whole circle, take in
Cincinnati. Pittsburgh. Wheeling, Wash
ington, Baltimore nnd New York. Thnt
would muke a' splendid trip It tnken over
the Baltimore and Ohio rnilroad. Over
no other raijroad route in all the, oast
'i'jin thcrn Ik fAtieifl nmr.: .1ul!l..l .,.!
varied scenery than 'over the famous B.
ft O. It is the only direct route from
Chicago to Washington. " Leaving Chi
cago, on the finest and fastest trains in
the world, vestibulcd from end to'end.
lighted by the famous Pin'sch gas, pro
tected by Pullman's unti-telescoping de
vice, ami a. perfect block system, vou wo
rapidly' whirled over a splendid road-tied
nnd down through the grund old states
01 Illinois, lmiiuna, Ohio, tVnnsylvuniu
nnd Virginia, uwny up among the moun
tain fastnesses of the Alleghanies, past
hundreds of historic buttle fields' und
places of note. You cannot conceive of
a grander trip on till of tho American
continent. If you contemplate visiting
the old home in the east, you should not
full to travel by way of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. For information us
to rates, time of trains, sleeping cur
accommodations, etc., apply to L. S.
Allen, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, "Rookery," Chicago, 111.
Ask your grocerymnn for the "Wilber
Rolling Mills" Flour, Chas. Harvey, pro
prietor. Inquire for
"Nickle Plate," and
Every suck warranted.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
thnt it will not be responsible for or pay
any debt incurred by employes, except
those for which an order is given jwr
sonally signed by it. This rule is imper
ative. Courier Publishing Co.
Lincoln, Neb., May 1st, 1803.
After the theatre call at "The Annex
Cafe" for a lunch. Everything nice, new
and attractive. Prices reasonable.
Mr. und Mrs. Samuel McClnv. Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. II. Clurko and Mr. George
W. UKlykt mnilo a party tolcrivutnr
tho World's fair Tuesday..,. Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Latta, and Mr. and
Mis, Mohronstecker, went to Chlcujo
Monday..,. Dr. F. B. Kluhtor has re
turned from Chicago. . . .Mr. P. O. lied
hind has returned from tho World's
fair..., Chancellor Cautleld and family
have gone to Chicago, where ho will
leave the family and go farther east on
business,,., Mrs. John B. Wright and
sistert.Miss Daisy Itobiuson, Mis. W. 11.
McCreery, Mr. and Mrs. Morril, Mrs.
Will Green, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lamb
and Mrs. Blituchard and daughter went
to tho World's fair this week..., Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Burr and Mr. 0. L. Burr left
lust week for Chicago, where they were
10 meet Miss May llurr on her return
from LaSallo Seminary.... Mr. and Mrs.
James Lewis, formerly ot Lincoln but
now of SanFrancisco, are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Motculf.MO 11 sheet....
Mrs. Alice Minnlck left Sunday for a
short visit In DesMolnes, Iowa,... Mr.
Frank Burr has gone to Chicago to
meet his sisters. Misses Giuce and Helen
on their return from school.... Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Bennett. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles M. Keef- "ml Mrs. D.
Ii. Crosby und daughter tar ?d for the
World's fulr Tuesday Ir. Jacob
Mahler and daughter h'll Sunday for
tho Wot Id's fair. After leaving Chicago
they will spend tlneo weeks in New
York, und utter leaving there will go to
Saratoga, where for the sixteenth season
Mr. Mahler will ollltiate us master of
ceremonies nt Congress Hull ... . Mrs. F.
Sanlch. who has been the gmstofher
sister, Mrs. K. L. Trickey, In this city for
some time past, left Monday for her
home in Jefferson City, Mo. . . . Dr. Fin
ney returned Sunday from n visit to tho
World's fair. Ho left his wire to pro
ceed to her old homo in Crawfordsville.
Iud., where she will remain for u part of
the summer.... Miss Winnie Stephens
left Monday to spend tho summer in
Alliance and Hot Springs, Dakota...,
Mr. und Mrs.G. S. Fox.vorthy left Satur
day evening for the World's fair city. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Mockctt have re
turned from a fishing tiip through
Wyoming.... Mrs. Gundry und daugh
ter, who have been tho guests of Miss
Lilli in Sterling for tho past week have
returned to their homo in Topekii, Kim.
....Prof, and Mrs. W. L. Gray were in
Croto Wednesday, where.. Mrs. Gray
furnished musical numbers for tho com
mencement exercises of Doano College.
....Dr. and Mrs. Dorris returned from
tho World's fair Wo.lncsday....Miss
Grace Oakley has returned from school.
....Misses Grace und Helen Burr who
have been attending school in Baltimore
are expected homo in u few days. . . .Mr.
John T. Dorgan returned tho early putt
of the week from u few days' visit in
Chicago ...Mr. und Mrs. J, E. Hill and
daughters, Misses Gertrude und Winni
fred Hill, und Mrs. Joseph Bigger, will
leave for tho World's fair Tuesduy. . . .
Mr. C. C. Uplium returned Monday from
Chicago. Mrs. Uphum is with a sketch
ing party in Wisconsin. She is expect
ed homo this week.... Mrs. Samuel
Shears nnd Miss Shears exiect to leave
for Chicago the latter part of tho week,
ihey will Iw irono about two weeks.
Miss May North ot Columbus, who
for the past seiison has becri u member
of the Ramsey-Morris Company, one of
me moH( prosHrouH meairicui organiza
tions in tho country, has returned homo
for tho summer vacation. She is ex
pected in Lincoln in a week or two, the
guest of tho MiwesCowdery. . . .Captain
und Mrs. Phelps Payne left Wednesday
for tho Atlantic cont. ...Mrs. D. E.
Thompson returned Monday fr m Chi
cago. Misses Miller and Olve La ra will
remain several days longer. . .Mr. Frank
Goddurd of Boston, who cumo to Lincoln
to net as best man for his friend. Mr.
Fred C. Howe, ut the wedding Wednes
day, left for tho oust Thursduy..., The
Misses Carson left Thursday afternoon
for Chicago. They will be joined by
friends and expect to remain about a
month. . . .Mr. Sam E. Low. has partially
lecovered from his recent severe illness.
....Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Webster and
their two sons, left Wednesday morning
for Chicago. . . .Mr. W. Rose, his mother
und sister, und Mrs. C. E. Eaton, left for
u week's visit ut tho World's fair .... Mr.
A. D. Bonwuy und bride arrived in Lin
coln Friday evening from their wedding
trip.... Mrs. Fred Hullett will leave
Monday for her former home, Stough
ton, Wisconsin. Mr. Hullett will follow
her In about a month.... Professor H.
H. Nicholson and family, Mr. F. H.
Kenting, Professor Doulit, Mrs. W. W.
Hackney, MIbu Mary U. Harmon, Mrs.
Bachelor. Mis. Kern nnd und Mr. L. T.
Gil lord left for Chicago Wednesday.. . .
Mr. W. A. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Abbot. Mr. C. L. Leonard. Mrs. Atkin-
J son, Mrs. Irwin and Mrs. McGahey left
(Thursday for the World's fair city....
Airs, tienry rJcKcr left Tliursdny ror
Clinton, Ihwii, where she goes to visit
her parents for n few weeks, prior to the
world's f uir .... Mrs. C. W. Moslier re
turned Wednesduy from Peoria. Ills...,
1 The following party left Thursday for
! Chicago: Chancellor nnd Mrs. Creigh-
ton. Lieutenant C. C. Webb. Prof. Rose,
' ProfisHor Nicholson. Dr. and Mrs. Latta,
Professor Thomas E. Daniel, Professor
Ellingwood. Mr. F. D. Hyde, Mr. S. C.
Wulker und tr. L. C. Obeilies.
. There is no excuse, for any man to up-
pear in society with a gdzdybe ird since
1 tho introduction of Bue'-tinuhum's Dye,
which colors n natural brown or black".
Half Itiiten To Cleveland.
For tho benefit of thoso desiring to at
tend tho international conference of
EpwOrth Leugtie nt Cleveland. O.. June
211 to July 2. the Bultlmoro und Ohio R.
R, will sell tickets at low rate of one fnre
for the round trip. Tickets will be on
sale ut B. & O. ottlces west of Pittsburgh
and Belluire, and at ticket odices ot
principal railroads of the west Juno 23
and 2ii, and will be valid for return jour
ney until July .1 inclusive. Thq rouid
trip rate from Chicago will bo 810. Pull
man sleeping cur accommodations may
be reserved, und all desired information
may be secured uon application to L.
8. Alien, uaslstnnt general passenger
agent, Grund Central Station, Chicago,
Tourists Ticket-to Colorado.
Tho Union Pacific railway w.ll now
sell round trip tickets to Denver. Colo
rado Springs, Manitou und Pueblo ut
the low ruto of $24.15 good returning
until October 31st. Stop-overs allowed
between Pueblo und Chcvonne. For
full particulars call or uddreFS C.ty
Ticket office, 1014 O street.
J. T. Mastin, E. B. Slosso.v,
City Ticket Agent, Gen. Agent.
New Imported Swiss Cheese. Miller
k Gifford, grocers, opposite Burr block.
Itiiillclly nml It Ilellghta.
Hn AIiIkiiII (just Imported from War
wlcki hire) A gentleman wlshe to co you,
Lrnly of the House Did ho givo nuj
Haw Ablgnll No, mum.
Incly Tlu-ii wy I'm not nt home.
Itnw Abigail (relating her experiences to
a fellow servant)! Ixjnct 'o wni a man
for orders, a 'o gave mu a hit of card,
which I tore up when 'e waMi't looklu.
Lor, 'e did look surprised when I told Mm
niNtreag nll I was to say she was noi at
'oniel London Judy.
"Drawing Ilia Long tlasu."
lie Itemembereit It.
"Was there any time in vour life. Mr.
Blnmmnrotind." asked Minn Lllybud in
tones of tender sentiment, "when nil the
world seemed n dreary wnste to you: when
your heart was hungry nnd starving: nil
the sweet springs of your life were turned
to bitterness, nnd ileath kcenied tho sweet
est boon the gods could offer you; when all
tho lluht was dark and all friends seemed
"Indeed there was," said Slnnunaround
earnestly. "I enn remember it ns though It
W(i yesterday. I was only 13 yenrs old at
the time nnd I wns enduring the miseries ot
my first chrnr." London Tit-Uits.
Tnpperton I am uolng to ask Mr. Bul
lion for his dnughter's hand tonight, nnd I
am so nervous I can't think.
Blllliigton (who knows Mr. .Bullion) No
use being nervous Mr. Bullion is very np
pronchnble. "Eh? Won't ha kick uieoutr"
"Not a bit of it.
"Won't he get mndt"
"I am overjoyed. What do you think ha
"He'll laugh."-New York Weekly.
A Had Ilraak.
"Bill," said tho Knntna editor to the new
reporter, "write up thnt suicide in style.
Bow will you open the nccouut of itr"
"Why, I'll sny. "This usually quiet village
wns thrown into a fever of excitement yes
terday' "You will, eh? You'd better go, young
man. I don't want a reporter who speaks
of a city where the real estate transfers iu a
week amount to $50J us 'ausunlly quiet vil
lage.' " Texua Sittings.
Governor of Jail (in a passion, to warder)
1 say, Huber, the scoundrel has turned
refrsctory ouce more. Put him on bread
aud water for two days a week.
Warder But, Kovernor. he is already do
ing a couple of fant days.
Governor Then give thj fellow a cookery
book to rend on those days. Ueber LauJ
An OblUloua Customer.
Magistrate Where did you get that
Prisoner Bought It, your worship.
Prisoner In the Uomstrasse.
Magistrate What did it cost?
Prisoner (after a pause) 'Pou my word, I
forgot to ask. Herriedener Laubtruscb.
Happy dayB and restful nights result
from using Ayer's Snrsaparillu. It o
regulates all tho bodily functions nnd
strengthens the nervous system that
worry nnd fatigue are comparatively
unknown and life is truly enjoyed. It is
certainly a most wonderful medicine.
Keiinil Ear Siiri;eiin.
I Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist nnd nurist,
alU, 1-VO J hirCL'l, UIUCUIU, M'U.
FINE FITTING FOOT WEAR
You will always find n great lino to
select from nt our store. All the very
. lurest shapes nnd designs in the mos't
c infortiible and easiest fitting. Tans in
Oxfords, Gaiters, und Bluchers and ull
l the other nobby effects.
WEBSTER & RODGERS,
1041 0. street.
Furs stored for tho summer insured
free from moths nnd theft nt F. E.
Voelker's, practical furrier, V. M. C. A.
Why let your furs remnin ut homo
where moths are almost sure to get into
them, when F. E. Volker. it practical
furrier, will store them until next winter
and guarantee to return them in perfect
order. Call aud see him ut tho . M. C.
i A. building,
Furs stored at F. E. Voelker's.
For nil socinl doings the Nebraska
state band or orchestra i whut is
1 always most desired.
Jeckell Bros. Tuilors, 119 north Thir
i teenth street.
"The Best" Laundry, 2208 O street,
telephono 579, H. Towusend & Co., pro
prietors, Lincoln, Neb.
; Jeckell Bros, new tailoring establish
ment, 119 north Thirteenth street near
the LunsinO is the popular resort tor
Visit the New Students' gallery und bo
convinced that tho work is thst-ciuss.
1 10-J O street.
I The finest grocery storo in tho city.
Miller k Gilford,
J. II, Mauritius k Co. huvo decided to
I otter their entire stock at ' per cent otf
I during this week. The goods lire ull
; marked in plain figures und the reputu
tion of the firm is behind the statement
thut 75 cents will buy $1.00 worth ot
1 goods. J. H. Mauritius X Co., 1029 O st.
Something good. "White Louf Flour"
ei.10 per suck. Miller k Gilford.
The Sunday train on tho Union Pad
1 fie between this city and Manhattan will
be discontinued commencing toduy.
Mountain Rose Pino Apple is better
and cheuper than uny other in the mur
ket. Miller k Gifford.
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Af.Ieci:t of Milllie:r;v
J3i:rgr;iiris for llils Week
White Leghorn Hats, 69c. White Chip Hnt 69c.
Colored Chip Hats, 69c.
ft ft O J " new midsummer styles,
Your choice for.
Two lloors'exclueively milllneiy. O
INDIAILENONS, 10 CENTS
INDIA LENONS. 12 CENTS
INDIA LENONS, 15 CENTS.....
NAINSOOKS, 5 CENTS
NAINSOOKS, 7 CENTS
NAINSOOKS, 10 CENTS
VICTORIA LAWNS, 8 CENTS...
VICTORIA LAWNS, 10 CENTS...
VICTORIA LAWNS, 10 CENTS...
Hosiery caiicl Underwear scale forMen
cir&cl Women cat: 23 per cent below
repjulnr store prices.
KRUG '& CO
succssohsto J. W. WINGER & CO.
SVJUIS. SAIE. SJArvEJ.
This week wo will oher This wdek we will offer This week wo will otTer
our entire stock of our entire stock of our entjro stock of
NOVELTY DRESS GOODS LADIES' GAPES SPRING JACKETS
nt n discount of nt a discount of nt u discount of
450 550 0
ler cout. jior ceia. per cent.
About 30 pieces of
choice new goods will bo
sold, us wo nro determ
ined not to curry over
uny of thesu goodB.
Wo are determined to
close out this stock, nnd
offer everything, from
tho eheupest to tho very
finest to bo hud.
CAPES, - -' r
worth Sl.iiO each
nr.d 12th Sts., Ftinke's Orein Hourc corner
. '.-C? ,i. ;
w h n a
All choico, now goods,
purchased for this sen
son's trade; but they
must go now. Come und
HALF PIE If PIE