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D R. L. WENTE
i the preservation of tlic nnluriil
i specialty by nil known npproved
muni, Gold nml porcelain crown
m 1 1 1' d on the nnltirnl root.
A ' iterations performed without
nMl utlon guaranteed.
ftl UK l'K()lI.R OK LINCOLN, NK1IHAHKA.
the undersigned nro personally no-
IV V 11 Willi IJIi li. wonwi, wnu w innju
i nml engngo In tlio practice of dentls-
liv " vourcltv.
t cmi unhesitatingly recommend lilm im
ii "i '.iiiirh iniwlor of In iirofilou, nml wo
n . i iro timt mi work onirusuMi mj nun win
I o. ilfully iierformwl.
J. Undkuiiii.i., M. I).
W. W. MoMan.v. M. 1).
J. P.. MoAihmh.M.H. M. 1).
J, M. (lAt.t.KIIUOII, I). I). H,
0 VUDNKIl, lLMNOIH, Jllll. !M, 1887,
115 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Shoes and Dancing Pumps
Prices nk low ns reliable flmt-clnx (;ood
enn be Kold for, nod nil honorable conipc
tlon. fairly met
1043 O Street.
FINE: ART : STUDIO.
1214 O itrcet.
Examine samples ol our work before
Step, Single and Extension
230-232-234 S. 1 ith st.
LINCOLN HARDWARE Go.
Philharmonic . Orchestra,
X. IUOENOW, Q,
Office Fuuke's 0(wra House,
3d Floor, Front
Will furobh ilrand or Sscnxl ninslo for
CONCKHTH, "VYKDDINOH, PaKTIEH, BALLS
and all other occasions requiring llret-clasa muslo
PBrpeclal rules wllf lx umdo witli clubs
desiring the ocliwjtra for the suoson,
rates furnished on application.
We also desire to statu that we har opened a
OoBserTatory of Music In our apartments In the
opera house building, for the Instruction on
orchestral Instruments. Tuition hours: 0 n. m
11 IS noon, and 1 till 4 p. m. erery day ex:ept
Sunday. For scliolars not able to attend atregu
ar hours, special time will he glren.
For further information as to prices, time, etc
addrea or call ou the manager.
N. R. HOOK, M. D.,
mEA8U3 OF WOMEN,
Uriwrf ttlMal Diseases a Specialty.
Treats rectal diseases by IIKINKKUIIOFF
FAIKUK8 8YSTKN. Onlce, rooms Vtl, l nnd
Ui Jhirr monk. Twelfth and O streets, OflW
tgttfkam Ma. Residence 10'JQ Q street. TUone, Ka
am baun, 9 to U a.m. H to 6 and 7 to 8 p m
l Ihimhir Iur of Modem Timrt.
Hunscnimo HI One Year by Mall or Carrier il,00
Blx months, $1,00, Three months M Outs, Ono
month to Cent Invnrnlily In Advance.
DVKnTiKMRirrMt IIaU furnished on application
at tlio ofltco. Heclal rotes on Tlmo Contract.
CoNTninimoNSt Hliorl spicy sketches, khui, nml
stories solicited. 1'crsoiuit and Boclnl note nro
I'nnrriKiil Wo make a iiHclnlty of Kino I'rlntlng
1 1 nil IH lirnuolin. Hoclaty work n specially
Address nil cotninunlcntloiiii direct to tlio office.
W1CSSICL A DOUUINS,
kiiitoii and r-nor-nirroRs.
Now Iltirr Mock, Cor. tilth mid U Htrori.
Tlio CouuiKU will not bo responsible for
nuy debt niiulo by any ono In It umiio, uti
les a written order nocoiunnlc tlio iwino,
properly signed, of course.
WKHrtKt. x DoniiiNM, rrop'r.
Omaha nnutcnl twto I Rrndimlly linprov
liiK. At a recent entertiilmreiit In that; city
"Down upon tlio Buwaneo Hlver," received
In order to (pilot any npproliomtlons that
mayoxUtln the inliulof hoiiio jiooplo, wo
horohy doclliio to hnvo our iinmo mentlomxl
a emidubito for preiildenoy.
Tiik Nebraiikii City lVe, In Its rovlow of
the Industrie of Hint city, BptMik of itu hav-
ItiKtwo dally pnioni, RHKtfyliiR tlio Arie
mid 1'itolf. Wonder what It cull the T1111r.1l
Tut: Kditoii of tlio CouuiKU hnaUvu on
tlio ilek lint for tho Nut ten day, unnblo to
ho nliout. If thl columti I void of It u
imlly brilliancy, this cauno will lw 11 good ono
to iiHcrlbo for dellclruey.
A Ijnpon ixipor NiiyM that John Ij. Hull!'
vmi claims to bo n second coimln of Hlr Ar
thur, tlio composer. Sir Arthur 1 n very
younj; man to bopoMssiHl of such manly and
Vailed honors us hnvo fallen to hi lot.
Tint lnndonicont North l'lntto handled
over 1,400 proof Inst year, mid yet some
liooplo Imagine there I nothing but glory in
running 11 country newspaper, where land
noticed nru ho plenty mid tlio novpnor U on
the right side of tlio polltlc.il fence.
Tiik Couiukh acknowledge tho receipt
from Hon. John Fitzgerald of a immplilot
copy of Mr. O. A. MuIIoii'h Mpoech before tlio
Irish Nntlounl Lengue. January UHh, "(Jail
mid Saxon." It is in Mr. MullonV w ell know n
stylo, mid xmni.moii additional iutoroNt in be
ing 11 tribute to IrUh lndependouco from the
lm nod bruin of 11 typical KnglUhmnii.
That great minds frequently run in the
the biimo chnnniil is shown by tho fact that
the "Hub Uaui" column of tlio Ouuilui -rrfsfor
mid tho timely topic column of the
Council llluir llrjlector in tho Inst hemes of
thoMO papers contains two Itenu exnetly tho
Mime. It is nlwiiys safer and better to use
your own brains mid not depend upon tliOMi
of your oritcemed conte:n;xrut ios.
A couuiTTK(of the house of representatives
begun the investigation Thurmlny, far tho
workings of tho various trusU. Ithns not
yet been given out what trusts will bo Inves
tigated, but it is IiojksI thnt tho newspaper
trust will bo tackled among tho llrnt. Thous
ands of newspaper proprietors, with lnrgo
mid increasing dollmptout lists, will gladly
welcome mi investigation that would result
hi the abntemeut of such trust.
IIahd oh it may soem, ono by ouo tho boys
are leaving the ranks mid wo can iilmotit see
ourselves the nniiainlnand only ono of the
batchelor crow d, Tho last to Ion vo tho merry
brotherhood of editorial batcholors is our
haudsomo friend, Mr. Harry Morrlnm, editor
of tho1Miim .Vnir at Omaha. Cnnls nu
uounclng the happy consumntlon of a mnr
rlugelivtwivuMr. HnrryMerriam and Jliss
Halllo Elliott, Iwth of the Metropolis, hnvo
been received, und the Couhieii Is pleased to
bestow lU benwllction on tho twnln, and
wishes Mr, and Mrs. Morrlam a life of un
alloyed bliss and prosperity. They nro now
at homo nt SW7 south Thirty-Second street,
The Dfinocmt setms to rojolco ovor tho
fact that It was the only paper In tho West
that "dnnouiiced" tho brotherhoods' of en
gineers and firemen on tho first day of their
strike Wo fail to seo anything in this to bo
proud of. When a man is not satisfied with
the wage ho is getting, ho U at jierfect lib
erty to quit, und if his employer can find a
man to take his place nt lower wngiw than tho
old employeo deninnds, well and good; but
wo see no reason why one should bo denouno
ed and not tho other. That a general strike
of engineermen would demorallzo tho com
morco of tho country Is unfortunately true,
but when a corporation has tho powor to en
force its demands It generally uses It, and
why should not an Individual, or body of In
dividuals, be allowed the same privilege.
Nkws has boon received of the death of Mr.
T. J. Potter, vice president and general man
ager or tho Union Pacific, which occurred at
Washington yesterday morning. Mr. Potter
lind few equnls as a railroad manager, being
conversant with overy detail of the business
and his place ou the Union Pacific will nover
bo completely filled. Mr. Potter had iimny
jiewonal friends In the city who will bo
grieved to loom of his untimely demise. Ills
incossunt luird work in arranging the details
of the Union Pacific after ho took hold told
up-n hhn, und In umoasur'icnubod his death,
which will lo sincerely mourned. President
Potter begun railroad life as a boctlon boss,
but eomiMirutlvely a few years ago, and nt
tho time of his death was juild the enormous
sum of 110,000 jier year for his services.
Tun (lermnn nation, n well n Uormnns
ntirond, Is mourning tlio death of Kniioror
William, wlileli took place yesterday noon.
Tlio American wopla recall tlio yinwitliy
tondoird liy tint Kaiser mid tlio (Jorinnn ico
plo generally when, Imt n fuw year ngo, tlio
president, or wltnt remained of tlio president,
of theso United States, toy In n darkened,
liuiluxl cIiiiiiiIkt In n llttlo cottage In Now
Jersey, wild a whole nntlon mourning nt hi
hlor; mid now Hint 1'rovldenco Im noun lit to
strike down tlio ruler of that great nntlon,
American pooplo am quick to extend the hnnd
of condolence to them. Tlio now emperor,
Frederick HI, 1 lylnK nt denth' door, mid In
overy probability, will not llvo to long enjoy
hi now honor.
AVk auk liirucelptof n very elegant folder
with uprliiK-tliuo coinplinicnt of Aleiwr.
ltulTmnn K Hlchtr. Tlio work I ouo of
tlio llllent pieced of tlio artlat'n klll wo have
over noon, and relloct cnxllt upon till pop
ular and eiitorpriHliiKhotiw. It I beautifully
epKrnviHl, on tlio rover lieltig n rpluulii
whiH'l einbawied In rich gilt with illuminated
Htwl etehliiK froutlxpluco.
l'luirliiff In Cntlforntit.
fjouthern California Agent Thoro tlr,
look over into that field. Did you ovor sco a
man plow so easily a that?
Enstorn Knrmor Dy gum I Tho plow doea
soem to go easy, don't Itl Tho man seems to
"Yes, strj keeps Jumping nnd dancing
along llko n boy. Just sco hi heel fly.1
"Looks n good deal llko a jig, I must tny."
Littlo Doy (nntlve) l'op ain't dnncln'j ho'
tryln' ter keep outen tho vray o' tho tnrantu-
los nu' rntUesnnkou trot ho turns up. Omaha
A Ilenvr Mult.
Omaha Man Tho nmnzlng ntntomont waa
roado In congress recently thnt tho official re
ports show thnt moro mall matter Is handled
In Kansas City than in any city in tho Union,
not oven excepting Now York.
Eastern Youth (just from Knnsna City)
Mny bo, mny lie, I had to writo about forty
letter to friend in different ports of tho
country before I could ralso enough to got
away. Omaha World.
A New IiCAia.
"Miss Clnm," ho Bnid, "can I spook with
your father a moment before I gof"
"Certainly. Mr. Bnmnsou." renllcd tho
girl, blushing, and with n wildly throbbing
heart she sought tho old man.
"Oh, papa," tlio began Inter, as tho front
door closed, "what did Mr. Samuels wantP
"I'm his landlord, you know. I lot him his
bachelor npnrtmenta, and ho wants another
thron voors' lease. " Now York Sun.
Our attention has Just lieoti called to the
font thnt tho Union l'nclllo Hy., will sell ex
cursion tickets to tho O. A. It. encampment
nnd the mooting of tho Woman's Ileilef
Corjw, at Cheyenne, March lilth, nt one fare
for the round trip. This goes to show that
the now management of the Union I'aclllo
nro up with tho times, nnd proposo to bo
more llbontl with its pntrons than over before.
Tho agent hero, Mr. E. It, Hlosson, inform
us thnt ho will begin milling tickets for this
excursion Mnreh 11th, and continue tho salo
for three days, but they must bo used go
ing 011 the wime dny purchnsoil. lleturmug
they are good until March 18th. Tho cortill
cnto of the l'cwt Commniider, Adjutants of
tho United Btntos Army osta, or Secretury
of the Woman's llellof Corps Is all the Iden-
tlllcatloii that w neceswiry to securo these ro
To Txn Via tho Mlsnourl l'uclllo ltall-
Ouo faro for tho round trip from Lincoln
o all jioluts. Tickets limited to sixty days,
mid transit limit going and returning of
llftcen days In each direction. Excursions
leave Lincoln January SW, February 8 nnd -"J,
March 7 and -1. Double lino of lulluinu
sleeping cars from Kansas City. A rare o
xrtuuity to visit Texas. IiOet rates over
oirennl. For maps, desctlptlvo iumplilcts,
raUvi, nnd further luformiitlon, call on or ad
dress It. 1. It. Mimu,
II. O. Hanna, Oenonil Agent.
City Ticket Agent,
Corner O mid l'.'th sti-eets.
Urown's Vienna ColTee nnd Oyster hnuso in
tho ojiern house block is the neatest mid nob
lest reno rt in tho city.
Dressmakers and ladies to call at ISO South
11th street, In the Holmes block, to Investi
gate Miuhnn Kellogg's French Uillor system.
Tho liest seller In tho city, at Ed. Young's,
lO-JO O street.
For nil kinds of society stationery, such as
Invitations, programs, cants, menus 'etc call
at tho Coumr.u office In the now Burr block.
Largest lino of Koy West and lmiortod ci
gars at the Burr block.
A flreut lluttlo
Is continually going on lu the liumuu system.
Tho demon of impure blood strives to gain
victory over tho constitution, to ruin health,
to drag victims to the grave. A good reliable
modiciuo like Hood's Sarsapnrllla is tho
weapon with which to defend ouo's self, ilriv
tho uohjiorato onoiny from tho field, mid ro
store jwico nnd bodily health for ninny years.
Try tills peeullnr medlclno.
Dnlly excursions to California vln tho Mis
souii Pacific ltullwny. The tourists favorlto
routo. Choice of two routes going, nnd priv
ilege of returning any ono of four routes.
Descriptive folders nnd nil Information
obtained of H. a. Hanna,
Or It, P. It MU.LAU, Oeu'l Pass. Ag't.
City Ticket Ag't., cor. O mid liith bta.
Lincoln to Chicago without chnngo via tho
Bolls, pimples, hives, ringworm, tetter, nnd
all other manifestations of impure blood nro
cured by Hood's Sarsnparllla.
Tho nowtonsorlal npnrtmont of Messrs.
Brutto & Wnlter, 1J South Eloventh street,
(In Lyman's bllllnnl hall; is whero gentloinon
win iiiiu i-uiujieiuiii worKiuon to gtvo a
smooth ftliavo, mi artistic hair cut, Bhainioo,
etc. Try tho now placo.
The lIurlliiKtoii'n T.utett.
A superb lino of frte chair cars now leave
Lincoln dully, Sunday Included, nt 4 p. m. for
Chicago, without chnngo. A colored porter
nccoiiinntos each enr to provide for the com
fort of imssengers, supply toilet articles, eta.
Further information mny bo obtaiuod'at city
office, comer O mid 10th street.
A. O. Zikmeii. City I'nsa. Agt.'
Now Trains For Oiiuihu, HInux Ulty anil
mo r.iKiioru vnuey into lias put on
special train with a through Omaha coach
leaving Lincoln at 7 a. m. dally, Sunday ex
cepted. This train makes direct connections nt
Fremont for Sioux City nnd Chicago reach
ing tho former plnce at 1:115 p. m. the luter at
0:50 tho following morning. Returning
from Omaha the train leaves nt 5:45 p.m.,
arriving ut Lincoln at 0:40 p. m.
BOMK ItKMAItKAIII.K OOItF.S Of ONK Of
TIIK MOST HTUIIIIOUN AND AOOUAVAT
IMO DISKAHKfl THAT AKPUCT MANKIND.
A Nbws reporter leiirnlnK thnt Mrs.
N. M. 1'oler (if Knst Dos Moines, who
was Iodk ulllk'ted with rlieiiiiiutlsin had
tieun compluioly oured, concluded to
rail on the lndy nml got tho facts tllioct
from her for tho bouollt of iny of our
reader who may bo Hliiillurly uflllcted.
IIo found Mr, l'oteri to bo a very
iilnnsant lndy of nilildlo itgo, in ood
health nnd doing hor own house work.
On hcinjf nuoMtioned sho suldt "I had
still'ered with rliotinintlntn tho renter
inrt of tlio tlmo for nourly sovon yours.
At time I was almost helpless. I lind
dootorcd n groat dual for it witli physi
cians and tried nlcclrlclicltfl and almost
ovorj thing thnt is recommended for
rheumatism, ns no one will RttfTur with
It ns I did, wlthotitdolng nil thnt onu ho
dono to relievo It. Finally a neighbor
woninn advised 1110 to try Clinniborlain's
l'nln Halm nnd was ho hhio thnt it
would help mo, thnt I procured nbottlo.
It did help 1110 right from tho start hut
It took llvo AO cent bottles to euro 1110,
so you cnu guess how bud I was, ns ouo
or two bottles will euro nny ordinary
case. It Is 11 grand good inudlclna and
has dono 1110 a powor of good, nnd I
honu vou will publish tho facts In vour
vnlunolo pnpur, thnt everybody may
As the remedy referred to is of homo
mnnufnetttro wo concluded to call on
tho proprietors, Messrs. Chamhorlnln
& Co. Wo lind thoy condtiPt ono of
tho largest and most successful proprie
tary medicine lnborntotles In the west,
nnd that Chniiiborliilu'H l'nln llnliu is
fast becoming 11 household necessity all
tho wnv from thoOulf of Mexico to tho
'lliltisli Possessions nod from Chicago
to tho Pauil u Ocean. 1 hoy hnvo hun
dreds of testimonials from persons who
have been cured by it, not only of rheu
matism but miiiriilghi nnd other painful
'illllctlons. From luilch wo selected tho
following: Tills is to certify that I was
very lnmn with rheumatism, my joints
wcro swelled badly, I could with dllll
culty turn in bed, I wns induced by my
physlulnn to try n bottlo of Chamber
Iain's Pain Hnlm, nnd nm now nblo to
attend to my regular duties. 1 am a
Chamberlain's Cough Romedy
Is a certain und permanent euro for
coughs, colds croup, whooping cough
nnd soio throat. A fifty cent bottlo
of Chamberlain's Cough Itumrdy will
go nearly ns far ns a dollar bottlo of
nny other cough preparation in tho
market, and will do you much more
good. It Is positively without an
equal for throat and lung diseases
Sold at W. J. Turner's.
New Sowing Mneliltin for Halo.
I hnvo a first class now sowing machine
never leeu used, of tho latest Invention mid
with nil the modern appliances thnt will bo
sold nt a big bargain. Address Jo-Jo, enro
lloom the Town.
Loavo n inner wrapper with ft threo cent
stamp on with H. O. llnnun, city ticket agent
of tho Missouri l'nclllo rnllwny, mid have n
"Lincoln Illustrated" mailed to your friend
east, freo of charge
Through sleepers to Chicago oro run and
all eastern connections mado by tho Elkhorn
Valley and Chicago mid Northwestern rail
road. Try thl elegant route. Offices, 115
South Tenth streets mid depot, corner S mid
Chicago & Northwestern milengo tickets
sold to anyone nt Elkhorn olllce, 115 South
Tenth street nnd dcot corner S mid Eighth
McMurtry's nddltion on K btreet, below
Nineteenth, Ls ono of the slghlleht in tlio city,
ns well ns being rlgnt hi the centre of the
fastest growing ortlon. Call nt his olllce lie
low the Capital National Hank nnd secure ono
of thes lots.
Only via tho Missouri Pacific railroad can
you got free reclining chair cars through to
Atchison, Kaunas City, Chicago, St. Louts,
rerre Jinute mm uuiiniiapoiK
Lincoln Iluek nml llngKiigo I.lne.
Tclephono No. 201, mint mnrket, 037 O
street, or No. 5101 livery linrn. Onler slates
nt snmo places und U. P. ticket olllce, comer
Eloventh nnd O streets. Unck stands, Capi
tal hotol and meat mnrket.
Ontco l'lirnltiire For Huts.
An Improved double oftlcodosk, two liner e
cllnlug desk chairs, two other enno bent
olllce chairs, etc., for sale nt a bargain. Only
been in uso four mouths. Good as now. In
quiro at this olllce, 131 North Eleventh St
Wedding stnnory, invitations, programs
mid all lino printing our specialty. Call and
seo s;eclmens of our work. Wessol & Dob
bins, 1U1 North Eloventh street
To 1'eople Who Kntertalii.
Society ieoplo iirruuglng for imrtles. balls
wetldlugs, receptions or nuything In this lino,
snouiu insiHxx our etegnnt nun or stationery
and printed novelties used ou such occasions.
Wo hnvo JuHt received our now fall lino of
elegant ball programs, invitations for wed
dings, parties, etc., announcements, folders,
calling cards and in fact everything In this
Homo Cheap l'ropurty,
A fine reoldeuco lot on Twenty-first street
near N for sale at a reasonable price, AUo
ono in Mechanics addition, Hydo Park mid
Elmwood.Wlll soil cheap If soldimtuodliitoiy
Callouornddross L. Wessol, Jr., caro this
To the Traveling I'nlillo.
Please note that a superb lino of FREE
CHAIH GARS Is now run lietwocn Lincoln
and Chicago on trains Nos. 5 nnd No. 0; nlso
that sleeping car lierths or drawing rooms on
tho "liyors," Nos. l mid 'J may bo rosorvod in
advance at City Ticket Oillco, cornor Tenth
and O Streets. A. C. Zihmeu,
City Passenger Agent.
HI. I'mil anil the Northwest.
Points In the abovo directions oro reached
best by tho Elkhorn vnlloy lino. Connections
nro suro and tho lino mostdlrect. Get tickets
at 115 South Tenth street or de;iot, corner S
mid Eighth sruetta.
Klktiorn Vnlley I.lne FiiMunger Train Her
Tlio Chlcngo flyer Is train No, 44, leaving
at 13:03 noon. It carries a through jwilaeo
sleeiier Lincoln to Chicago, and a dlnliu: car
from Missouri Vnlloy mid roaches ita destina
tion nt 8 o'clock tho following morning. Tills
truln makes connection at Fremont for Nor
folk nnd Omaha; at Missouri Vally for Sioux
City mid St. Paul.
Train No. 43 lea res Lincoln at 0:55 n. in.
for Walux), Fremont, Norfolk, Cliadron, the
IllackllllU country, York, Soward, and lias
NEW UNION PACIFIC
Th I.nnl Tlmn Cant HIiiMTliiKConnrrtlnna,
Moro Trnliin, Hotter Horvlcn, I'.tc.
'or some time past the Union l'nclllo trains
in n manner, thnt wns to say nt best, not very
sntlsfnctory. No direct connections could bo
mndo nny whero, not oven with their own mnln
IIpo trains, nnd oven these trains were run nt
such hours ns to mnko It nuy thing but con veil
ent for travelers However, the time tnblo
Issued Inst Simdnj going into elTect Monday,
hns mndo n big elinugo nnd cpilto n welcomo
improvemout, so thnt now tho Union l'nclllo
will ngnlu bo nblo to carry its lnrgo shore of
trnvel to nnd from the Capital city. Two nil
dltlounl trains have liceu put on l)t ween
Council lllulTs, Omnhn mid North Platte, to
nccommodato tho rapidly Increasing loenl bus
iness of tho rond. Tho equipment for this
now servlco Is tho most mil tnblo nnd conven
ient thnt modern skill nnd ingouulty enn do
vlso. Now cars built expressly for theso trains
nro provided for tho comfort of Its numerous
patrons. Two first class trains leavo Council
IllulTs regularly every day except Sunday, nt
7:15 In tho morning nnd 6 o'clock In tho even
ing, composed of bnggngo, mnll, express nnd
chnlr enrs, smokers nnd first-class conches.
Pnsscngers enn now seat thcmsolves In an clo
gnnt new conch nt Council Muffs and Omaha
nnd rench Vnlloy nt 0:30 n. in. nud (1:2a p. 111.
VnlMiralso nt 10:55 a. 111. nnd 7:50 p. m. Lin
coln nt 11:115 n. 111. nnd 8:!i5 p. m., arriving nt
lkvitrico nt 1 o'clock p. m. for dinner nndO:5o
p. in. Dnvld City nnd Stroinsbiirg passen
gers need mnko but ouo chnngo after leaving
Council Hluir nnd Omnhn nnd that is at Val
paraiso nt 10:65 11. in. nnd 7:50 p. in. Closo
onuectlon Is made whereby Stromsburg is
renched nt 1 o'clock p. in. nnd 10 p. 111., pns
sengers desiring to go through to Mnnhnttan
win nnvo plenty or time to transmit their bus
iness In Uoatrleo after tho arrival of the 1
o'clock afternoon train from Omnhn, lonvlng
on n mixed train nt 3 o'clock nnd arriving hi
Mnnhnttan nt 11:40, or thoy can remain over
until tho next morning, leaving nt 8:15 a. m.
und reach Mnnhnttan at 1:10 p. in. for dinner.
This now nrrmigHiueiit gives tho pntrons of
tlio union l'nclllo three dally trains each wny
lietween Illuo Springs, Uontrlco nnd Lincoln,
nnd tho snmo nuinlwr each wny between Lin
coin nnd Vnlpnrnlso, two of which nro dnlly
each wny, and the other dnlly except Sundny
ench w ny. Manhattan passengers for Omnhn
enn leavo there nt 4:15 n. in. nnd stop for din
ner nt Beatrice at 1:125 ti. in. Connection
with the through train nt Hentricont S p. m.,
which nrrlves in Omaha at 7:''0 t. m. Pns
scngers from Lincoln for Omnhn cnu takothls
truln nt 3:SM p. 111., nnd Vnlmralso piBen
gers can take tho samo train nt 4:15 p. m., ar
riving in Vnlloy nt 5: 15 p. m. Pnsscngers
leaving Stromsburg at '2 p. m. arrive nt Vnl
Iparaiso in time to innkocloso connection with
this train ut 4:10 p. in. A train also leaves
Stromsburg at 7:30 n, m., which nrrlves nt
Jncksonvllle, Florldn, excursion tlckoU on
snlo nt Elkhorn ticket office, 115 So. 10th St.
They know Just how to plonso you with
oysters in overy stylo nt Urown's Now Vienna
Go east by the St. Louis nnd tho Missouri
Fneiflo railroad and avoid nil omnibus trans
fers; nil changes mndo In Union depots, via
this route. Chnlr cars freo.
Canon City Coal at tho Whltebreast
mid Liino Co.
Horenftor passengers holding local tickets
reading from Lincoln or stations east to Ash
land, Omaha, Plattsmouth, or Pacific Junction
will not bo carried on No. !) leaving Lincoln
nt 1:50 p.m. P. S. Euhtih,
General Passenger Agent.
FOR MUSICAL PEOPLEI
North's Musical Journal
Is tho best Musical Monthly published. Con
tains 10 to 'JJ panes of musical lltoraturo and
1(1 puKen or neu MiiMa 111 ovory Issuo. Uvory
sulwcrllMT recolves $..U) worth of sheet iiiiikIu
selected from our rutnloiriiu of publications
una premium, thiiH thoBiibwrllior really re
ceives during tho year muslo which would
cost In sheet form not less than fii.U), for only
ono dollar. With tho February number mi
Instructive serlnl, "Hints on lliillud NIuk
Iiib" by Kiiinia U. Hewitt, was commenced
nnd will continue several mouths. This ser
ies of urtloles Is nlnne worth inunv llninn tlm
prlcoof subNerlntlou.nud Is but ouo of tho
mmiy vnlunblo features of this popular pub
lication. Only 91,00 per year. Hpeelineii
Copy 10 CeulM.
A PIANO FREE.
To tho person semllnc tho irrcntest uiimher
of siibsorlbors to NOHTH'S MUNICAI.
.IOUKNAT, prevlou to July 1st. lww, wo will
KlVouSPLKNUID Ul'IUOHTl'IA.NO with
stool and cover, valuo $100. Also n Kino Wil
cox A White Organ to tho ono sending tho
second greatest number. For full particulars
F. A. NOKT1I CO., publishers,
1308 Clio.mu St., l'hllndu.. l'n.
TRAVEL VIA THE
It Is thoonly lino running directly through
Denver ami Halt I,ako City, enrouto toHan
tninclsco nnd other California points, nnd In
known n tho "Hconlo I.lno" to tho I'nclfio
count. Tho Darlington Houto runs over Us
own track ovory day In tho year. Coinploto
trains of Pullman I'nlaco Cars nnd Elegant
Day Couches between
Denver and Chicago,
Denver and Kan. City,
Denver and Omaha.
Kansas City and Peoria,
Kansas City and Chicago,
Lincoln and Chicago,
Lincoln and St. Louis,
Lincoln and Peoria,
Lincoln and Kan. City,
Making direct connections In Union Depots
for all points North. Dust, Mouth and Wost.
iiimnu i miicer h lung war i.iiio Imtweon
MIsMiurl river and Chicago. Meals only 75c.
The lliirllngtoii Dining Cars wore built ox-
prumiy lor inu nerviee aim uro miiua.rcd en
tirely In tho Interest or our patrons.
SHOUT LINK 1IDTWDEN
LINCOLN AND OMAHA,
Via tho Ashhind Cut-on", making illrcot con
nections with trains for Ht.l'mil, Minneapolis
Chicago and all Klnta Iustaud Northeast.
The diagrams of tho Mncoln-Chlcago sleep
ers Vln this lHintilnr rout nro nt Cltv onipn kii-
O and 10th sts., whore berths mny bo scoured
lb uuy wiiiu.
8. DUHTI8, l. und r. Agt., Lincoln
G. 1 and T. Agt., Omaha.
' B. 0. KOSTKA,
North Side Pharmacy,
1230 O ST.
Albums 25 per cent off.
The Omaha Daily Bee,
DELIVERED HY CARRIER
Every Morning betore 9 A
for Subscriptions nnd Advertisements at
Lincoln Office Omaha Bee
1029 P Street, Cnpltal Hotel Building.
Wc have purchased the nicnt market of
Manger Bros, (formerly Sherrcr & Hent-
rclch) 138 S
. ntli Street.
Wc will cary a
full line of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard, Fish,
Game, Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Etc.
Wholecnle nnd Resnil. Goods bcllvcred to
nny part of the city. Telephone Co. Come
and sec ui.
HOVEY & SON.
H. W. BROWN,
Drugs and Medicines
Books, Stationery, etc.
137 S. Eleventh st.
Old dead teeth contain
the quIntfMcneo of blood
polionl Who can awallow
It, gaining out of old teeth
at every mcI and bo
hcslthrf These teeth are
daad, ulcerated, uiilii-altliy
Ircquontly csune a awclled
face. HhouM certainly bo
extracted and rciilarcd with
Rood, arllflclal leeth that
aerer ache. Can bo attract
ed without pain. Mo hum
bug. ABRASION OF THE TEETH.
The above cut shows the teeth of a man 45
years of age, from Dr. liell In 1831. We meet
with this affection lu the teeth lu various forms
and degrees. The ends of the crowns seem
very soft, havtog a low dejeroo of vitality and
wear down showing a dark yellowish cupped
tpoMn the center. Many are so foollih as to
' " '.hat molar teeth aro of little account.
..! lot them go by default; after which all
the force of the muscles aro extended to the
front teeth, wearing them down rapidly.
The best, and only remedy, Is to cover and
buildup the ends with gold and platinum,
which wears like steel and saves them many
wars. We make n specialty of fine gold work
on building them up, contour fillings, etc.
Tuts A and D are from John Tomes, of Eng
laud. A Two Incisors with notches In tho ends.
li shows thepegehaped teeth with yellowish
pits lu the cuds
For such teeth we have two remedies t First
To till ihn pits lu tho ends with gold. Sec
Mid Extract them and replace tucm with
rtlncul teeth. liut the bones absorb away
rapidly so that they will need resetting fre
quently. Wo make tho finest artificial teeth In the
We use Justlcs' and White's patent teeth,
with long, heavy plus, mounted on strong
clastic plates. Those who patronlzu us will
not be troubled with broken teeth and cracked
plates, canker sore mouths, etc.
To looso tho front teeth, Is to loose half
the power of speech, and more than halt the
The teeth tarn black and die, tlio rfnrns bleed at
the slightest touch, ulcerate, tho teeth loosen ao4
fall out, the breath Is horrible.
DR. A. P. BURRUS.
1200 O Streot,
un uiniuipiu iruimii, cuieti up uifeareu guma.
m.b.. Ihn rilrn., .rtil .ml nlnttnH. Alll -V .
the OuMt teeth that tobacco will not Urubh.
S. H. BURNHAM,
MoiuT loaned on long or short time at lowest
ites. Office In Richards' Block, room S3.
Take elevator on Eleventh street entrano.
Telephone No, C85.
163 South nth Street, Lincolm
Drayage and loving.
Desires to Inform the public that his equip,
ment for moving Household Goods.Planos
bafes, Mnrchandisc, Heavy Machinery,
etc., Is the best In the city. Special men
nnd wagons arc kest for the removnl of
Pianos and Household Goods,
Which nre always handled hy competnnt
and experienced; help, nnd the latest nppll
rmrcs used for hantillng Safe, nnd ot er
heavy goods. Call, adHress or telephone
Telephone 111 Oificc y,7 o St.
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