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D R L. WENTE
.Makes the preservation of llic nnturul
eclh n apcclnlty by nil known approved
method!. Gold and porcelain crowns
mounted on the natural root.
All operations performed without pain.
TO TIIK PKOH.1C OK LINCOLN, NKIIHAHKA.
We, tho undersigned nni ersonully no
qnnlnted with Dr. I Woute, who In to lenyo
us soon and engage I" tho pmctlco of dontls
try in vourcltv.
Wo can unhesitatingly recommend lilm as
n thorough master of his profession, and wo
are sum tlmt nil work entrusted U) him will
bo skillfully iwrformcd.
.1, Uniikiuiiu., M. 1).
W. W. MoMann. M. 1).
J. E. MoAdamh, M. H. M. I).
J, M. Oau.kiiumii, 1). 1). H.
J Oahdnkii, Im.inom, Jan. S3, 1837.
116 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Shoes and Dancing Pumps
Prlcci as low as reliable first-class goods
can be sold for, and nil honorable compe
tlon. lalrly met
1043 O Street.
FINE : ART : STUDIO.
1314 O strcit
Examine samples of our work before
Step, Single and Extension
230-232-234 S. I ith st.
LINCOLN HARDWARE Co.
Philharmonic . Orchestra,
Offloe FunVe's Opera
0. U. Asciimin,
House, 3d Floor, Froal
Will furnUh U rand or Sacral music for t
Conckbts, Wkdiiinos, Pautikh, Dalls
ad All other occmIods rrqulrlnK first-class muslo
pfr8loclal ratJ will be nuulo with clubs
Umlrlnjr the ochestra for the season,
rates furnlshivl oa application.
Wo also dwiro to state that we haT opened a
Conservatory of Muslo In our apartments In the
6.era houso building, for tho Instruction on
orchestral Instruments. Tuition hours: 8 a. m
II IS noon, and t till 4 p. m. every day exiept
Sunday, For scholars not able lo attend atregu
r hours, special time will be given.
For further Information as to prima, time, eto
4dreas or call on the manager.
N. R. HOOK, M. D.,
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
drlnary and Rectal Diseases a Specialty,
TreaU rental diseases by IIUINKKH1IOKK
rAINLKS? HV8TKM. Oftlce, rooms VU, 121 aud
134 Hurr week. Twelfth and O nreeta. Ofllw
UUpnopfl MS. Itosldunce 1BW Qi.tn.fl. rhone, Uti
otm hours, 9 to Yi uuin. 8 to 6 and 7 to 8 p in
luaiHys, to 5 p. bi
lLy M BE RJP Qf
A limlar lier of Mmlern Timet,
rtuiwcniiTinNlOiifl Year tiy Mall or Carrier $1,0)
Hit montliit, $1,00, Thrvo month 60 Cent.;, Ona
month SO (Vnls Iiivnrnbly In Ailvnnco.
iivkiitinkmknth: Itntes furnished on application
nt tho nfllco. 8clul rate 011 Tlmn Contrnct.
Co.rriiiinmnNs: Hhort spicy sketches, ihm-iii, and
stories solicited. Personal and Boclnl note ore
PniK-rimit Wo make a specialty of Flno Printing
1 1 nil Iti branches. Boclcty work n specialty
Address nil communications direct to tlio odleo.
WKSSISt . DOUI3INH,
KIMTUII AMI I'nonilETOIl.
Now Dorr llloolc, Cor. Uth mid O HtrcrU.
Tho Couiiikh will not Ikj responsible for
any debts innilo by nny ouo In its tmiiio, un
less ix written ortlor nevompunlos tho wnno,
properly signed, of course.
Wkhhki. & Doiiuinh, Prop'rs.
Thk Jounml detuonstrntod Its much-vaunted
mijmrlority over tho "pinto papers" Wed
nesday morning by publishing nil item say
ing tlmt tho "Etniioror of Uormnny would
shortly cvlohrnta Ids nlnety-olghth birthday.'
It failed, lion over, to sny whom it would lie
Tiik evening nud tho morning nonsnpur
are still endeavoring to establish each other's
Hjurlority. Tlioro Is not a jwrtlcle of sonso
In It, Kuril is indliounhlo in Its plaeo, nud
nbout tho only tl 1 o whon their interests ior
ccptlbly clash is when each Is working n busi
nessman for an "ml" nt tho same time.
WilAT'H getting tho matter witlt Lincoln?
Onuul Island took tho beet factory from as
nud now Hustings guts tho woolen mlllsl Wo
nro Inclined to bellovo that tho majority of
Lincoln HMplo oxixet Just n cortnln tow of
our ntonied men to tnko hold of nil those eu
terprlscri, mid if tlicno men cuu't or don't do
it, nothing Is done.
Thk nspeet of tlio strike nt present Is not
very promising to either side. Notwithstand
ing tlio fact tlmt tho roud claims to have
more men thnn thoy want, thoy are doing lit
tle husluoiw, nud trains generally nro running
unsatisfactorily to tho public. It is hoped n
settlement will won lie reached. Lincoln
people's iwtlouco is sorely tried.
A VKiiY violent blizzard rnged for several
dnys this week in tho Eastern nud Middle
states. Tho nest has heretofore leen cousld
ered tho homo of tho bllzAird,but the attempt
of tho oast to Imltnto will not bo regretted,
In fact it has so far outdid tho west that tho
full strength of tho Dukntn legion of liars will
no necessary to make lienors anyways near
It ih nil nonsense for tho nowsp porn to eny
that Bulllvun's career iu a pugilist is ended
mid that ho couldn't 1111 a hull anywhere iu
iVmerlcn. Tlio fact Is his numerous ndmlr.
ers In this country never oxioctcd him to
win n iiedestrlau match nud n in lzo light at
tho sumo time. Ho is still tho great rJulllvan,
as any man can have demonstrated who cures
to stmul baforo him Inn twelve-foot ring.
The Union racllla has just nrrnuged with
its eastern connections for n sorItM of semi
monthly excursions to all point on Its lines
In Kansas and Nebraska, nnd ns fur west us
Hioriing, uolornilo. on tho Nebrnikn division,
Tickets for tho round trip will bo sold nt the
rnto of nbout one limited faro by way of nil
Missouri river iioInU over tlio Union I'ncllle.
Tciulnys will lw allowed going nud five re
turning, nud tho ticket will bo good for thir
ty days with stop over privileges within these
limits, over tho Union I'acKlo Hues iu tho
Tiik city election occurs on tho third of
next month. About the. only olllccr of im
portance to bo chosen is n KlIeo judge. As
tho Couiiikh does nob bellovo in politics en
tering into tho selection of uiuniciixil olllcers,
it hoiKa that the present incumbent, Mr. II.
J. Whltmoro, will bo ro-elocted. Wo do not
know whether Mr. Whltmoro is n candidate
for re-election or not, but bellovo tluit 0110
who has so faithfully and well iierformoil tho
duties of his olllco ns I1118 Mr. Whltmoro
should lw honorctl with a ro-eloctlon. Trlcsl
men nro always better In such positions than
inoxHrlcncod ones, and tho emoluments of
t'-o ofllco nro not such that everybody should
rush uf tor It.
Tiik siiecial edition of the Domocrnt Issuod
last Monday was ono of the most comprehen
sive roviows of tho city, its Industries, its.
commerce nnd Its possibilities yet published.
1'iicls nud statistics touching on thoso points
were prvtionted inn manner at.d stylo that
mndo their jvenisnl a pleiuuro. So many Lin
coln pvoplo are unaware of the dimensions,
commercially soaklng, to which tho city has
grown that a careful reading of this edition
of tho Democrat would considerably enlight
en thoiti. Tho subject matter was gleaned,
written and arranged by Mr. 8. D. Cox. It
was finely illustrated with views of tho city,
of Wobt Lincoln nnd of variousbuildlngs, and
is n credit both to the publisher nud to tho
Wiikn it is nil sumed up nnd with every
argument introduced, Micro is only one real
newspaper in tho state and that is the Omaha
Jht, You can always look for the latest news
telegraphic and otherwise aud depend oil
finding it there unadulterated and without
doctoring Tlio lie Is not owned body and
ouI by corporations or jtollticlans like tho
.oioiuif, Herald nnd other. It gives its
opinions fearlessly aud frankly nnd cures not
for prejudice, thnnU), etc., and nn evidence
that the peoplu of Nebraska appreciate u good
paper is shown by tho Imiiicuoo circulation,
averaging iu these dull (hues over 18,000 pr
day. Ity tho wny It is amusing to note com
parisons tx'lweeu the .on ran and tho llec, It
is like coiupnrJng tha Lincoln street railway
to tho C. IJ. & 0. syfctein. '
K110M nresont weather indications It is bo.
I loved In Atchison nud Lincoln that Wait
Mason will not bo compiled to wear nn over
coat this winter.
Tiik funornl of T, J, Potter occurred Tues
day nt Ottumwn, Iowa, Thus clocd tho
enrthly enreer of the grt'ntt railroad mana
ger of thodeendo, n man who proved hlmsvlf
a second Tom Hcott in managerial ability nud
executive cpinlltloH, Indeed, tho careers of
the two men nro analogous, Iloth rose from
lowly positions by Industry nud application,
0110 to tho presidency of tho Pennsylvania
road, conceded to I mi tho lluest III tho country,
tho other to the management of a great trims-
continental line, with 11 future lllled with bril
liant jiOHslbllltles. Hut he was stricken right
In tho prime of life, by his own hand wo
might say, by overwork, This should bo nu
example, to tlio thousands of business men
w ho tio vote nil their time to business nnd
noun to recreation; but n warning that wo
fear will not bo heeded.
Fnni) Nvk is embroiled In a controversy
with tlio Omaha clergy over nn nrtlclo ho ro
toutly wroto nnd published in tho World de
scribing his vision of tho "Ureut Htouo
Church," where all was xinp nnd pageantry,
where the religion of tho 1 Ich was preached
nud where the ixor man was placed in n back
seat or hustled out, A reverend gentleman
speedily denied the oxtsteneo of such a church
in nn equally well written "vision." Mr.
Nyohnsyet to answer tho clergymnn's last
loiter, nud the Couiiikh holies his views will
lie somewhat unbilled. Ho makes n mistake
In condemning tho whole for the faults of tho
few, nud imitlculnrizcs whero ho should gen
eralize. It Is n sad truth tlmt tlioro nro too
many "great stono churches" where falseness
and hypocrisy Instead of tho divine religion,
lint they nro ns 0110 amongst many.
lCxcumlon Went nml Northwest.
Dally excursions havo Imoit nrrnuged for
over tho Union l'acllla Railway to San Fran
cisco, Ban Diego, Coltou, Iw Angeles, Han
Ilornnrdlno and Han Joso, California, also to
I'ortlnnd, Oregon, nt $80.00 for tho round
trip. Tickets nro good CO dnys for going pns
ungo nnd good for the return trip for six
months from date of sale with tho usual ste
over privileges in both directions within these
Thoso tickets nro nlo good by wny of Den
ver nnd Bnlt Lnko City In each direction. Tho
agent, Mr, K. II. Hlosson, tolls us quite n num
ber of our townsmen are thinking of making
tho trip soon, nud it would bo woll for those
Intending to go in select parties to see him
and arrange for their accommodations.
Mr. Jolm II. Kmwloy, traveling agent,
Union Pacific, at Omaha, Nob., will givo you
nny further Information in regard to these
excursions. Parties who prefer can corres
IKind with Mr. J. 8. TebbcU, O. P. & T. A.,
To Toxus Vlu tho Missouri 1'uclllo ltull
Ono fnro for tho round trip from Lincoln
onllpolnta. Tickets limited to sixty dnys,
and transit limit going and returning of
llfteen dnys in each direction. Excursions
leave Lincoln January U5, February 8 nnd Jitf,
March 7 and S31. Double Hue of Pullman
sleeping cars from Kunsns City. A raro op
jwtunlty to visit Texas. Lowest rntes over
offered. For nmis, descriptivo jwniphlots,
rntes, and further Informntion, call on or nd
,,ri,?H .. . ll- v- K- Millaii,
II. O. Hanna, Oencrnl Agent.
City Ticket Agent,
Corner O nud 12th streets.
Ilrown's Vienna Coffee and Oyster houso In
tho opera houso block is the neatest and nol
lest reso rt in the city.
Dressnmkors and ladiM lo call at 120 South
11th street, in tho Holmes block, to investi
gate Madam Kollogg's French tnllor system.
Tho best seller In tho city, nt Ed. Young's,
1(W0 O street,
For nil kinds of society stationery, such ns
Invitations, programs, cnnls, menus jetc. cnll
nt tho Couuiku olllco In tho now Uurr.block.
largest lino or Koy West and Imported ci
gars at the Uurr block.
A Oreut llnttle
Is continually going on iu tho human system.
Tlio demon of impure blol strives to gain
victory over tlio constitution, to ruin health,
to drag victims to the grnvo. A good reliable
medicine like Hood's Sursaparillu is the
weapon with which to defend ono's self, drlv
the desiHirate enemy from tho field, and re
store iHincound bodily health for many years.
Try this peculiar moillclno.
Dally oxcuruons to California via tho Mis
souri Piicifla Railway. Tho tourists fnvorite
route Choice of two routes going, and priv
ilege of returning uny ono of four routes.
Descriptive folders and nil information
obtained of H. a. Hanna,
Or It. P. R. Mu.uvn, Oon'l Pass. Ag't.
City Ticket Ag't., cor. O nnd 12th bU.
Lincoln to Chicago without change via tho
Rolls, pimples, lilvos, ringworm, tetter, nnd
nil other manifestations of Impure blood uro
cured by Hood's Sarsapnrlllu.
Tho new tonsorinl nartmcnt of Messrs.
llrutto & Wulter, 1KI South Eleventh street,
(In Lyman's billiard hall) Is where gentlemen
will find comiMitent workmen to givo a
smooth shave, an artistic hair cut, shampoo,
etc. Try tho new place.
The llurlliiKton's Latest.
A superb Hue ofree chair cars now leavo
Lincoln dally, Sunday included, at 4 p. in. for
Chicago, without change. A colored porter
nccompaulcs each car to provldo for tint com
fort of passengers, supply toilet nrtlcles, etc.
Further Information mny bo obtalnodnt city
oiiico, corner O nml lOtli street.
A. O. ikmbk, City Pass. Agt.
New Trains For Omuhu, Hloux ylty unit
Tho Elkhorn Valley Una has put on
special train with a through Omnha conch
leaving Lincoln nt 7 n, m. daily, Sunday ox
cepted. This train makes direct connections at
Fremont for Sioux City nnd Clilcngo reach
ing tho former place at 1:35 p. in. tho later at
0:50 tho following morning. Returning
from Omaha tho train leaves at 6:45 p. in.,
arriving nt Lincoln nt 0:40 p. m.
Thoy know just how to please you with
ojBters iu every stylo at Ilrown's Now Vienna
Go east by tho St. Louis nnd tho Missouri
Puclfio railroad and avoid all omnibus trans
fers; nil changes mndo iu Union deists via
this route. Chair cars freo.
anion City Coal nt tho Whltebrenst
nnd Limo Co,
AH sizes of best grade hard coal, nlcoly
screened nnd always on hand at Hutchlns &
Hyatt, 1010 0 utreot.
COMMENTS CONCERNING NOTABLE
What tlm Ttnunpiipnr Hny About Mew
mid Wnninu Morn nr I.i I'mnmm.
"Oliver Optle" is a figure worthy of notice
He Is a little man with n full gray beard,
pliHisant face, and twinkling hazel oyes. In
conversation tho genial nud kindly spirit
ulilius out of Ills face. Ho wore a small
tightly lilting skull cap which mndo him
look like a 'I'm k. He lives Iu Ronton, and
lms prohuhly written more stories for boys
nud girls than nny writer of this or any other
nge. Ho has produced 115 volumes. Only
seven of them were fur adults. Ho began
writing somo time iu 1851, w lien ho wns IA
years of nge, nnd ho lias keptnt it luccfwnnUy
ever since. His first story iu book form
brought 1 1 1 lit $:i7,f0. Ho had previously re
ceived l) for n short story in a Boston jmjicr.
Ho write his copy with a ty writer. Theso
nro somo of tho points nbout himself that ho
modestly gnvo in answer to inquiries. I had
a curiosity to know how so voluminous a
novelist nrrnuged his work. lie keeps a
book in which ho mnH out beforehand the
characters of his story, with n sketch of tho
part each ono is to play. Ho thinks It all out
and then begins to write, nnd his copy comes
from tho tyiw writer nil rendy for the prin
ter, it Isjlng raro that ho has to mako correc
tions or Interlineations.
Miss Mnry Ornyblel, ono of tho missiona
ries sustained in India by tlio Disciples, is
now located in tho heart of Indln, on tho
lino of tho railroad which Is to bo built from
Bombay directly across to Calcutta. Tho
children of the Sunday schools of the denom
ination In the United States contributed a
fund of somo 1,000 with which to erect a
houso for this mission, nnd in her last letter
sho modestly tells how tho work was dono.
It nppcnrs she hnd to servo ns architect, mas
ter builder nnd gonornl boss mechanic. First
sho bought four yoko of buffaloes to do the
teaming, then n few big trees thoy nro very
scarce In thnt jwirt of tho country. Sho em
ployed 100 natives, or nearly that number,
whom sho taught to quarry tho stono, which
hnd tobohntiled several miles, and to mako
brio.'.', first tramping the clay, fashioning it
into tho bricks, nnd thon burning thwn,
using thosparo portions of tho trees for fucL
Tho trunks of tho trees were laboriously by
hand sawed Into boards for tho floor, roof,
ote. A stono foundation three feet thick
was laid threo feet below ground and ns much
above, this solid lwisc wnll being doomed
necessary to keep out tho white nuts, which
aro a great pest of tho country.
Of all tho prima donne of America Eliso
Ueuslor, n New York girl of German parent
ago, has risen to tlio greatest heights of fnmo,
It commendation of princes bo a test. Ex
actly thirty years ago sho sang tho part of
Donna Elvira iu Mozart's "Don Juan," in
Now York. Tho occasion was her debut.
Tho desiro to cross tho water seized her soon
afterward, nnd sho followed her Inclinations.
Portugal nt that tlmo offered an ample field
for singers, and to It sho went. Without much
trouble she secured an engagement at tho
Royal ojierii houso in Lisbon, and appeared
thcro with much credit to herself in Italian
opera. Tho king of Portugal, now tho ox
monnrch, was accustomed to visit tho theatro
alone, whllo his wlfo remained nt tho castle.
Ho saw and heard tho American singer, and
was pleased with her. Tho queen, having
fallen sick, died, und her place was filled by
Ellso Housler, to whom tho king projiosod
marnngo oiler tno uointso or his first wife.
Minister Hoon, tho Chlneso fonrosontntlvo
at Washington, enjoys himself immensoly at
tho capital. At n recont reception ho was
observed dressed in snow whlto linvmlivl
atln, sitting under a palm tree, n In Turk,
and drinking puiich, which a Inivy of fair
American maidens wcro dUiMinsltig from a
huge bowl near at hand. Hoon sjioaks only
a few words of English, but ho smiles and
smiles and is flirtatious still. His vast ad
miration for highly flavored punch nnd pretty
women is. well known in Washington, nnd no
ono thinks tho less of him for It, "He's so
Oriental, you know!" oxclalmed a gushing
The jHinsion of $3,000 which hns boon
granted Mrs. Hancock Is, with tho houso just
prehonted to her, all that sho has Iu tho world.
Sho hns, however, no one dependent on her,
nud enn, with good management, livo com
fortably on that. Gen. Hancock was n man
who never could sny no when asked for
money, so ho died without having saved a
ponny. Gen. Logon's widow, who has just
been awarded n pension of a Jlko nmotint,
bus about f 00,000 well invested, nnd occnslon
nlly adds a few dollars to her incomo by her
nestcr Morris, of Wyoming territory, was
tho first woman in tho United States over ap
pointed justice of tho peaco. . Sho w as a tall
woman, with a profllo which closely resem
bled tho portraits of Queen Elizabeth. Whllo
sho was in ofllco sho was a terror to a certain
class of ovll doers. "Yes," tho half inobrinted
would plead on his arrest, "I been n boatln1
my wlfo ngalu. I know it; but don't send
mo up 'f ore Mis' Morris. I rather go 'foro ten
men than thot woman. I rather bo tried by
Roscoo Conkllng tolls his friends, in spite
of all rumors to tho contrary, thnt ho is for
ever out of politics. Ho Is dovotod to busi
ness nnd Ids personal comfort, ami cannot bo
persuaded to oven indulge in the after dinner
speeches Iu which Mr. Hewitt and Mr. Dc-
pow delight. Ills hair Is growing thinner,
but his dress is as natty as over, und his
pointed beard is white but carefully trimmed.
Tho unllghtod cigar between his lips is tho
ono weakness of bis business hours.
Mr. Georgo Fay, a wealthy Englishman
who hns lived for several years nt Guana-
junta, Mexico, is now erecting in a subtiib of
that city a magnificent paluco, on which ho
expects to expend (0,000,000. Tho building
will bo not less than 100 feet high, and it will
bo surrounded by lmmcnso gardens thnt will
recall tho famed hanging gardens of Dabylon,
and to which access will bo gulued by a gi
Capt. Stracban, tho explorer ot Now
Guinea, who recently arrived in London,
brought with him iu his collection of curiosi
ties a little "piccaninny" whom ho rescued
just as It was on tho point of being cooked
and oaten. This youngster, who is declared
to bo very amusing, will probably grow Into
a Hon of London society.
Prince Napoleon has mado another ndditlon
to his numerous relics of tho first emperor in
purchasing n locket given by him to n Vene
tian beauty or high runic in lbou. it contains
a portrait of himself mado with his own hair.
With tho jKjrtrait is a hastily scrawled billot
doux establishing its authenticity,
Edmund Cluroiico Btedman, tho Lankor
poet, receives as many as 100 letters n week
from mou nnd women, young nud old, who
nspiro to authorship and seek advice.
Anton Rubinstein Is now properly ad
dressed ns jour excellency, or Vushu Pravos
chodjeetelstva. Alan Arthur, son of tho late ox-pi-esulont,
is preparing somo memoirs of his father,
Killlni; "Jubilee. Ituu."
The English chancellor of tho oxchoquer is
doing n good business In soiling remnant
rugs from the royal cnrjxit used at tho
queen's jubilee, As "Jublleo rugs" tho rem
nant fiuds many purchasers, but somo pooplo
aro murmuring at the "cheeseparing jioHcy"
of the crown. Loudon Letter.
TEE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM.
It Is claimed thnt rheumatism is
tomotlmc Inherited hut It is mora like
ly thnt tho persons presumed to Inherit
it nro physlculy constituted the samo ns
tliolr parents nnd unturnly susceptible
toll. If clilldion urn difloruntlj con
Btltutcd from tho nllllclcd parent they
do not "Inherit it." llillotisncss Is ns
much of an Inheritance na rheumatism,
ns persona of n blllotn tciiijioraincnt
nro most suscoptlblo to It nnd thoy of
course (jot their temperament from their
parents. Other authorities claims thnt
rheumatism is caused by tho presence of
tirlo acid iu tho blood. Othorrf to
tnkiugcold wliuti tliolr Is poison circti
luting in tlio blood, others that It is
puroly nnd solely a riiionao of tho ner
vous nystom. It is well known thnt
whon porsons linvo nctitn or Inflamma
tory rlictnnntlsin tho bowels nrc ummly
constipated nnd tho uriuo scanty, but is
thnt not cnusod by tho rheumatism
rather thnn tho cntiso of it, for whon
tho bowels aro kopt open nnd tho in
flammation kept down, a cure Is soon
produced. Tho Inflammation must bo
kept down until tho pails uro restored
to n healthy condition. This is not
theory ns a grent ninny sovero cases
havo bcon cured In that wny. Tho In
flammation being deop seated and
mostly iu the joints, It is dllllcult to
rcacli nnd butfow external applications
will roliovo it, thcro is ono however
that will, nnd that is Oliuinburlnln's
tCp tt..In, ono nppliontion is itsualy
sufllclcnt to roliovo tho pain and only
tlio worst cases require inoro thnn ono
or two lifty cent bottles to effect .1 cure.
u is tno most penetrating liniinont
known nud promptly relieves tho ago
nizing pnins uotn of riioumullsm ami
neuralgia. When tho pnrts can bo reach
ed nnd tho l'aln Halm applied directly to
tho scut of pain, ns in cases of burns
nud toothache, It relieves instantly nnd
in cases of rheumatism only a fou
moments nro required for its effect to
bo felt. To keep tho bowels open al
ways iiso St. Patrick's Pills as they aro
absorbed into tho blood, act through It,
purify it nml thoroughly cloiiuso the
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Will euro a sovero cold in less time
thnn by nny other treatment. It ro
liuves tlio lungs, opens tho secretions,
renders tho mucus less tenacious anil
onslor to expectorntonnd aids nature in
restoring tho system to a healthy con
dition. If freely lined ns soon as a cold
hns bcon contracted and beforo it has
becomo settled in tlio system, it will
often euro wlint would liavo boon a
sovcr cold in a single day. It is a cor
tain euro for croup.
Sold at W. J. Turner's.
Now Sowing Mnchlno for Hale.
I have n first class now sowing mnchlno
nover liecn used, of tlio latent Invention and
with ull the modern appliances that will bo
sold nt a big bargain. Address Jo-Jo, enro
llnom the Town.
Leave n paper wrapper with n three cent
stamp on with II. G. Hanna, city ticket agent
of tlio Missouri Pacillo railway, nnd havo n
"Lincoln Illustrated" mailed to yom friend
east, freo of charge.
Through sleepers to Chicago nro run nnd
nil eastern connections mndo by tho Elkhorn
Valley nnd Chicago nnd Northwestern rail
road. Try this elegnnt route. Olllces, 110
8011th Tenth sticets und depot, corner S nnd
Clilcngo & Northwestern mileage tickets
sold to anyone nt Elkhorn olllco, 1 15 South
Tenth street nnd dejxit corner S nnd Eighth
McMurtry's addition on K street, below
Nineteenth, Is one of tho slghllest iu tho city,
as well ns being right In the centre of the
fnstest growing jwrtlon. Cnll nt his olllco bo
low the Capital National Rank and securo 0110
of theti lots.
Only via tho Missouri Pnclllo railroad can
you get free reclining chnlr enrs through to
Atchison, Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis,
Terra Haute nnd Indlnunpolis.
Lincoln Hack and IIukkiiro I.I110.
Telephono No. 201, meat market, 037 O
street, or No. !!01 livery barn. Ordor slates
at same places nnd U. P. ticket olllco, corner
Eleventh and O streets. Hack stands, Capi
tal hotel aud meat market,
Ofllco rurnlturo 1'nr Sale.
An improved double olllco desk, two finer o
cllning desk chairs, two othor cano seat
ofllco chairs, etc. , for sale at u bargain. Only
liecn In use four months. Good as now. In
quire nt this olllco. 131 North Eleventh St.
Wedding stationery, Invitations, programs
and nil lino printing our specialty. Cnll and
see BptH-'imens of our work. Wcssol & Dob
bins, tai North Eloveuth sticct
To l'eoplc. "Who Kntertntn.
Society jieoplo arranging for parties, Ixdls
weddings, receptions or anything in this lino,
should insiect our elegant lino of stationery
and printed novelties' usod on such occasions.
Wo have just received our now fall lluu of
elegant Iwll programs, invitations for wed
dings, iwrties, etc., announcements, folders,
culling cards and iu fact everything in this
Homo Clump Property,
A fine residence lot on Twenty-first street
near N for snlo at n reasonable prlco. Also
ono iu Mechanics addition, Hyde Park and
Elmwood. Will soil cheap if sold Immediately
Call on or address L. Wessol, Jr., cure this
To tho Traveling Public.
Please note that a superb lino of FREE
CHAIR CARS is now run between Lincoln
nnd Chicago on trains Nos. 5 nnd No. 0; nlso
that sleeping ear berths or drawing rooms on
tho "ilyors," Noi. 1 and 3 may bo resorvod In
advanco nt City Tlckot Olllco, eornor Tenth
and O Streets. A. O. CiasiElt,
City Pussongor Agent.
St. I'uul und tho Nurthweit.
Points iu tho above directions nro reached
best by the Elkhorn valley lino. Connections
nro sure and the lino most direct. Get tickets
nt 110 South Tenth street or depot, corner S
and Eighth sreetts.
Klklinru Valley I.lun l'usvuiiger Trilln Sor
Tho Chicago flyer is train No. 41, leaving
at 13:05 noon. It carries n through iwluco
sleeper Lincoln to Chicago, and a dining car
irom Missouri valley una rouchos its destina
tion nt8o'clocktho following morning. This
train makes connection at Fremont for Nor
folk and Omaha; at Missouri Vally for Sioux
1 rain No. -13 ltnvos Lincoln nt(l:Mu. m.
for Wahoo, Fremont, Norfolk, Chadron, tho
Black HlJU country, York, Seward, aud Has
The Omaha Daily Bee,
DELIVERED HY CARR1E.1
livery Morning betore 9 A M.
for Subscriptions nnd Advertisements at
Lincoln Office Omaha Bee
1020 P Street, Capital Hotel Building.
Wc have purchased the meat mnrkct of
Mnnger Hros. (formerly Shcrrcr Si Ilcnl
rclch) 128 S. nth Street. Wc will cnry a
full line of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard, Fish,
Game, Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Etc.
Wholccale nnd Rcsnll. Goods bcllvcred to
nny part of the city. Telephone 60. Come
nnd sec tin.
HOVEY & SON.
H, W. BROWN,
Drugs and Medicines
Books, Stationery, etc.
127 S. Eleventh st.
flM flAA1 tntYl Antilitn
kthe qnlatoMODco of blood
I tVtl Nftnl Whrt r-n niMllmu
it, glutting out of old teeth
' M every rocil and bo
heAlthyr Theso teeth sre
ucau, uii.cruu.-u, uiiuraiiny
frequently cauc a m oiled
fsco. Hhould ccrtalr-V bo
extracted and replaced with
Rood, artificial teeth that
nercracho. Can bo extract
ed without pain. No hum
bug. ABRA8ION OF THE TEETH.
The above cut shows the teeth of a man 5
years of age, from Dr. Bell In 1831. Wo meet
with this direction lu tho teeth In various forms
and degrees. The ends of. the crowns seem
erj soft, having a low decree of vitality and
wear down sliowlng a dark )cllowlh cupped
jjiotjn the center. Many are so foollih as to
" "hat molar teeth aro ot little account,
...i at them go br default; after which all
tho force ot the muscles are extended to tho
front teeth, wearing them down rapidly.
The licit, aud orly remedy, Is to cover and
'mild up the ends with gold and platinum,
hlch wears like steel and saves them many
ears. We make a specialty of fluo gold wort
in building them up, contour tilling, etc.
Cuts A aud B aro from John Tomes, of Eng
land. A Two Incisors with notches in the ends.
B shows thoptrehaped teeth wlthyellowlh
pits lu the ends
For such teeth we have two remedies : First
To 1111 ih pits In the ends with gold. Sec
ondExtract them and riplnco them with
irtlllclsl teeth. But tho bones absorb away
rapidly so that they will need resetting fro
We make tho finest artificial teeth In the
We uso Justlcs" and White's patent teoth,
with long, heavy pins, raouuted ou strong
elastic plates. Those who patronlxc us will
not be troubled with broken teeth and cracked
plates, canker sore mouths, etc.
To loose tho front teeth, Is to looto half
the power of speech, and more than half the
The tfeth turn black and die, the urns bleed at
the lightest touch, ulccrato, the toetu looaeu an4
fell out, the breath Is horribles.
DR. A. P. BURRUS.
1200 O Btroot,
On the Rapid Transit, euies np dtaeaaod irains,
mattes tho Unest gold and plntleum lUlliigi, niaksa
the OuMt teeth that tobacco will uot UruUlk.
S. H. BORNHAM,
Moay loaned on long or short tune at lowest
ites. Office In Richards' Block, room 22.
Take elevator on Eleventh street enUaaom.
Telephone No, 685,
163 South 1 ith Street, Lincolm Nun
Drayage and loving.
Desires to Inform the public that his equip
ment for moving Household Goods.Plnnos
Safes, MnrcliandUe, Heavy Machinery.
etc.. is the best In tin- i-ltu K.n-lol ... .
and wagons nrc kest for the removal of
Pianos and Household Goods,
Which nrc nlwnys handled by compctnnt
nnd experienced licit), nnd the latest nppll
nnces used for handling Safes uud oilier
heavy goodi. Call, nddrcss or telephone
Telephone 1 1 1 Office 917 O St.
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