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DR L. WENTE
Makes the preservation of the natural
ccth a specialty by nil known npprovcil
methods. Gold ntul porcelain crown
mounted on the natural root.
All operations performed without pain.
TOTIIKrKM'I.K OP LINCOLN, NKllllAHKA,
Wo, tho undersigned nro irarsounlly no
quMntixl with Dr. L. Wonto, who U to lonvo
e noon and ongngo tu tho practleo of dent If
trr in rout' city,
Wo can unhesitatingly recommend lilm ns
a thorough mnster of hU profession, nud wo
aro sure Hint nil work entrusted to lilm will
bo skillfully iwrformeil.
.T. Undkuiiii.l, M. I).
W. W. MoMann. M. I).
J. H.MoAiiamh,M.H. M. 1).
J. M. OAI.LKIIUOII, I). 1). B.
J OxnnNKii, Illinois, Jan. 22, 18H7.
116 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Web.
WEBSTER & BRISCOE,
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Shoes and Dancing Pumps'
Price na low n reliable first-class goods
can be sold for, nud all honorable compc
lion, fairly met
1043 O Street.
FINE : ART : STUDIO.
1314 O strcO.
Examine sattiples of our work before
Philharmonic . Orchestra,
OBee Fuake's Opera
O, H. Ahciiiuk,
House, 3d Floor, Front
Will furol dranj or Bacreil muslo for
Conckrts, Wxddinos, Parties, Halls
Md all other occasions requiring flmt-clasa music
ivspeciai rauw mil be made wiui ciue
dealrfnj- the ocliera, for the neaaon,
Wo also desire to state that we dat opened a
Oouserr story of Muslo In our apartments In the
pen. bouae building, for the Instruction on
orebestral tastrumenta. Tuition hours: 9 a. m
11 14 noon, and 1 till 4 p. m. every day except
Bwdy, For scholars not able to attend atregu
r bouts, special time will be given.
Tor further Information a to prices, time, etc
address or call on t he manager.
J. U. W. HAWiaNS,
ARCHITECT AMD SUPERINTENDENT,
Bulhllnn completed, or In !coureo of erection
from April 1, 10:
fiutloesa block. C K ontgomery, HtH and N.
do do IiWUIIlfiiirsley, 11th near N.
Restaurant (Odells) O Moottcomery, N near
Kealdenee, J J ImhofT, J and ls!th.
a do JLD Macforlaud, Q and 14th.
do John ZelirunK, I) and 1 Itli.
do Albert Watklns. D bet Wh and 10th.
do Wa M Iveonanl, K bet 0th and 10th.
do K It authrie, VTth and N.
do J K Itetvl, Jt 1), F bet ICth and 17th.
do I. O M Ualdwtn. O bet 18th and 18th.
Sanitarium building at Mllford. Neb,
Flrr. UaptUt churvh, 14th and K streets,
ortuary ohadal and receiving tomb at Wyuka
Office . ' Rooms 83 and 34
DR. B. B. Powers,
r 1 1 I W
Gold, Silver and Porscclaln Crowns liibcrt-
ed on roots of teeth, Sets Inserted without
a plate, All operations first xlnbs and war
U14 O Street oyer Elliott's.
A l)fmlar lt)r of Modern Time.
unacnirrioNi One Year by Mull or Carrier $3,00
Blx month, 9I00, Three month W Cunt", Ono
month SO OnU Invarnbly In Advance.
nvKnTtsMiNT! Kates furnished on application
At tho onice. Bpoclal rate oil Tlmo Contracts.
t'oirratmrriuNat Hhort spicy sketches, (km-iiis, And
stories solicited. Personal aiuI HooIaI notes nru
Psix-riso: Wo make A specially of Kino Printing
1 1 All It branches. H()clcty work n spsoUUy
Address All communications direct to thn orflco.
WICSSICL, A D013DINS,
kihtoiis and rnornirrons.
Now llurr lllock, Cor. IWh nnil O Htnyt.
The Couuieii will not Ira rusonslblo for
any debts nmdo by nny ono In It imtno, tin
loss a written order accompanies tho same,
properly signed, of course,
Wkhhkl & Doiimnh, Prop'rs.
Till? pooplo In Nebrnskn City nro (IIhcuhhIiik
wvlng inntorlaN. It Is Imped thn), thoy will
profit by Lincoln's and oxrarlcnco and eschow
It Im rumored that tho hrnkomou nud tho
switchmen of tho "Q" system will shortly go
out on a strike, Tho rumor ha not yot boon
TlllH strike nit tho Burlington has develop
ed nn nhuornml nuuiW of inonuinoiitnl Kara,
mid wo nro constrained to dlslrallovo Ooorgo
Frauds Trnln'H assertion that tho duvll la
BtNCK tho .Tournnl has condemned A. C.
Hunter's Israk, "Mr. Barnes of Now York, "na
lining scusoIon trash, tho newsdealers of tho
city report tho sales of that book na being
- , . i J
Tiik CouniKii regret to loam of tho rotlro
inent of Mr. J, 0. Fisher from tho manage
ment of tho Hastings Gazette-Journal. Ho
i .1 thonxigh tmiluoiR mint nnd n very plons
nnt nnd iiRn-oivlilo i;ontloumn, nud wo hojo
ho will hooii lo ngnin In hurnifw.
t Wk priwumo tho Dumocrat Is convinced
now that Jomph Ihirns knows mora about
drive wells than Its editor nnd tho city engi
neer together, lly tho way, It would lra n
good idea whenever additional wolls nro iiinda
uocctiHiiry to have some one draw tho plans
nnd specifications who knows something
about tho buslmws.
Wr.dwlra to call attention to n new dejmrt
ment headed "Tho Young Generation," the
contributors to wnlch nra nil under fourteen
years. In that column this week will Ira
found n very clover sjitlro on California nnd
tho manner In which thoy rob tho guileless
sojourner In tholr midst, from the pen of Miss
Tiik Imporlnl edition of tho Hastings On-cotto-Joururl
has toon nrolvisl. ltoth nrtis
ttcally nud tyKgraphlcnlly tt U nit that couUl
bo desired, and isn splendid nelilovoiuout for
Hastings. There Is only one feature about It
that the Oouiukk feels Impelled to condemn
nud thnt Is tho ovtdant nttumpt to build up
that city by pulling down Lincoln, to which
Miveral articles nro devoted. It Is n ollcy
thnt doesn't vay,
It hah boon pretty thoroughly demonstra
ted thnt cedar block xveiiicnt Is n fatluro,
and tho CouniEH hopes no moro will Ira laid
in this city. The facility with which i his
iltinrrnagcd itself of Into shows conclusively
Its worthlessness. Slinking of jiavlng, how
ever, reminds us thnt irarhnpn tho authorities
reallzo their mistake in not having O street
paved last year Instead of ono or two com
iwiratlvoly unimportant sldo streets.
An cilltor out in tho western jiart ot tho
state has boon arresteil for obtatulug money
under fatso pntemos. Even if guilty, we don't
think ho should be punished, ns an editor has
always a bad example boforo him in the shnpo
of pooplo who obtain the paper for several
years with a promise to pay, but who never
do. The law should tako these things Into
consideration whou dealing with this unfor
Tiik March number of Suuihluo, a Jorrnal
"for youths, also for those of all nges whose
heart are not withered." nsiUtttlo pace an
nounces, has been received. It Is brimful of
oxcellout readings, short stories, sketches nnd
the like, from tomo.of the most noted pens.
For tho price, 75 cents n yenr, it is undoubt
edly tho best magazine now published. Sam
ple copies may lw obtained of the publishers,
A'.lon & Co., Augusta, Mo.
Okn ItADEAU has brought suit against tho
Grant heirs for money chimed to bo duq for,
services as amanuensis whllo the General was
preparing his memoirs. Iladeau has always
lccu a barnacle on tho Grant family, nnd Ila
deau seems inclined to impress the country
with tho truth of tho oft-rcpoutcd statement
that Grant was particulaily nnfortuuato lu
tho selection of his personal friends. All the
fame and money tbat Badeau jwssessca he
owes tj Grant's iutevest in hlm,nud us a spec
imen of ingrntltude.this camp-follower in en
titled to high rank.
Tiik farmers ot Lancaster county are eu
dcavurlug to liavo the city council rcieal tho
ordinance prohibiting them from retailing
meat around tho city. They claim that Ar
mour has monopolize tho beef trade of tho
city, and that had Lincoln fostered Instead of
opposing them (the furmors) It would have
been today a city of one hundred thousand
(raople, Whllo the latter Btatoincut Is a llttlo
overdrawn, there is 110 doubt but that open
ing tho retail markets to tho furmers would
bo of benefit to tho pooplo of the city. Tho
tressed beef now furnished consumers by city
butchers is a very tough substance to masti
cate, uud the situation should be bettered in
some inatinor or other. There U a oor homo
ma. ktt for cattle, mid tho farmers, It suCcot
ful In securing tho repeal of tho ordinance re
ferred to, will ojran cooperative sluughter
h usjf, put wjgoiu on the stieets and sell
meat choaportlmu taforu known.
UP3 AND DOWNS OF LIFE.
hy It I Easier to flovern T)in to Ha
R WAS iaylng,
when ho nwoko ono
morning, "I wish I
wero (-ovcnior of a
nothing to do but to
get up nnd govern."
It was nn observa
tion qulto worthy of
ill, nud ono of general application, for
. r nro umiiy men who find it very difficult
ct'tn living on their own rvaourcai, to
lloui It would lw vouiNirntivcly rnay to bo
i U'ry fair wort of governor. Everybody
who Inn no oftldnt jKwItlon or routine duty
on n calnry know Hint tho most trying mo
ment In tho twenty-four hours la that In which
ho emerge from tho oblivion of alcep nnd
fiuvH llfi Everything Hrplcxlng tumbles
ill tiMn him, nit tho possihlo vozntlona of tho
day rlso up liuforo him, nnd ho ii llttlo leat
thnii n horo If ho geta up cheerful.
It la not to bo wondered nt thnt people
crnvo oftlcx', aomo snlnried position, in onler
toesenw tho nuxlctlea, tho jwrsonnl reaponsi
bllltlex, of n ulnglo hnndod atmgglo with tho
world. It must bo much easier to govern nn
lsmnd than to carry on nlmost nny retail lmsl
ne.. When tho governor wnkealn tho morn
ing lio thlnka first of his anlary; ho has not
tho lenst anxiety nlout his dnlly bread or the J
supixirt of his tnmlly. His business is nil
laid out for him; ho has not to create It.
Uusiuess comes to him; ho does not hnvo to
drum for It, Ills day Is agreeably, oven It
iiiiiin iiir il. in ,iu v is uuilviiuiv. nvrii 11 ,
symiMithetlcally, occupleil with tho troubles '
of other (H-ople, and nothing is bo easy to bear
ns tho troubles ot other people After ho has
hnd his breakfast, nnd read over tho "Con
stitution," ho has nothing to do but to
"govern" for a few hours, that is, to decldo
about things on general principles, and with
llttlo ixi-Konnl application, and perhaps nbout
largo concerns which nobody knows anything
about, nud which nro much easier to dlsposo
of thnn tho porplcxlng (totalis of prlvnto life.
Ho has to voto several times n day, for giving
a decUlon is really casting n voto; but that
Is much easier than to scratch around in all
tho anxieties of a retail business. Many men
who would nmko very rcspoctoblo presi
dents of tho United Btntcs could not suc
cessfully run a retail grocery store. Tho
anxieties of tho grocery would wenr them
out. For consider tho varied ability that tho
grocery requires tho foresight about tho
markets, to tnko ndvnutngo of nn eighth per
cent, off or on hero nnd there; tho vlgllanco
required to keep n "full lino" nnd not over
stock, to dlsposo of goods boforo thoy spoil
or tho populnr tasto changes; tho suavity
nud integrity nnd duiJIcity nnd fairness and
adaptability needed to get customers and
keep them; tho power to bear tho dally nnd
hourly worry; thocourago to faco tho ovor
present specter of "failure," which is said to
co 1 no unon ulnctv merchants in a hundred;
tho tact uocded to meet tho whims nud tho '
complaints of patrons, nnd tho difficulty of
getting tho patrons who. grumble most to
ly lu order to satisfy tho creditors. When
tho retail grocer wakens in tho morning ho
feels that his business is not going to como to
hluiHiKintaneotisly; ho thinks ot his rivals,
ot his jiorllous stock, ot his debts nud delin
quent customers. Ho has no "Constitution"
to go by, nothing hut his wits nnd energy to
set against tho world that day, and every
day the strugglo nnd tho anxiety aro tho
Bnmo. What a number of details ho has to
carry in his head (consider, for Inst unco,
how many dllTorcut kinds of cheeso thcro
nro, nnd how different jraoplo hate nnd lovo
tho Mtno kind), nnd how keen must
bo his appreciation of tho popular
taste I Tho complexities and annoy
nuces of his business aro excesslvo, nnd
ho cannot nlTonl to mako many mistakes;
if ho docs, ho will loso his builnoss, nnd when
n mail falls lu business (honestly), ho loses
his nerve, and his career is ended. It is
simply amazing, when you consider it, tho
amount ot talent shown in what aro called
tho ordinary businesses of life.
It lias often been remarked with how llttlo
wisdom the world is governed. That is tho
reason it is so easy to govern. "Uneasy lies
tho bond that wears a crown" does not rotor
to tho discomfort of wearing it, but to tho
danger of losing it, and of being put back
upon ono's native resources, having to run a
grocery or to keep school. Nobody is In such a
pltinblo plight as a monarch or politician out
of business. It is very difficult for either to
get n living. A man who has once enjoyed
tho blessed feeling of nwaktngovery morning
with tho thought that ho has a certain salary
despises tho idea of having to drum up a
business by his own talents. It does not dis
turb tho waking hoar at all to think that A
deputation is waiting in the next room nbout
a ostofllco in Indiana or about the codfish In
Newfoundland waters tho man can tako a
second nap on any such affair; but if ho
knows that tho living of himself and family
that day depends upon his activity and intel
ligence, uneasy lies his head. Thcro is some
thing so restful and easy about public busi
ness! It is so simple I Tako tho aver
age congressman. Tho secretary of
tho treasury sends in an claborato
report a budget, in fact involving a
complete and harmonious schemo ot revenuo
and expenditure. Must tho coiiBrcfHn
readitf No; It is not necessary to do that;
ho only cares for practical measures. Or a
financial bill Is brought in. Does ho study
that blllf Ho bears it rend, at least by title.
Docs ho tnko pains to inform himself by
rending and conversation with experts upon
its probablo effect? Or
copyright law is proposed, a measure that
will relievo tho people of tho United States
from the world wide reputation ot sneaking
meanness toward foreign authors. Docs ho
examine the subject, nnd try to understand
itl That Is not necessary. Or it is a ques
tion of tariff. Ho is to voto "yes" or "no"
on those proposals. It Is not necessary for
him to master these subjects, but it is neces
sary for him to know how to voto. And how
does he find out that In tho first place, by
inquiring what effect tho measure will have
upon tho chanco of elcctlou ot tho mnn ho
thinks will bo nominated for president, and
in the second placo, what effeit his vote will
have on his own re-election. Thus tho prin
ciples of legislation become very much sim
plified, and thus it happens that it is com
paratively so much caster to govern than it
is to run u grocery store, Editor's Drawer
iu Harper's Mugaziuo.
Tramp No sugar nor milk In ray coffeo,
mum. Sugar is bad for tho kldnoys, and
milk gives mo dyspepsia.
Lady You aro very careful of your
Tranu It's necessary, mum. It I didn't
keoy my health, I couldn't travel as a sick
Hostess vto young Bprlgglns, M. D.) Dr.
Dprigglur, will yon have some of tho tongue!
Dr. Bprlgglns (absent mliuledly) Oh or
1st mo look at it, please, New York Bun. '
r. . i.
Wo hnvo looked through the 1'rnctlcnl
Home Physician with much antisfnctlon. It
la written In nn wisy nnd familiar atylo. Wo
tnko great pleasure In anylng thnt we regard
t as iKMsonslng clnlmi to n placo In the homos
of tho pooplo thnt no other work within our
knowledge, on popular medicine, hnalracn
found worthy to occupy. Tho tinmen of tho
editors furnish n gunrnnteo to tho jraoplo of
Its legitimacy, and IU closo, concise anil uc
curnto history of thodlseAson roconlod, and
Instructions In plain anion, na to tho uo of
remedies, will commend it to tho common
senso of tho general public. Its claims to
merit as nselontlfli, practical work, Adaptod
to tho noods of tho people, on tho subjects
treated, aro of a high oritur, and wo will
tnko grent pleasure In recommending it ns n,
household friend to nny family, nnd na a vol
time full of good, practical nnd wholcsomo
ndvlco. Our renders will hnvo tho opportun
ity In tho coming month to obtain this won
derful work by subscription of Mr. Cobb, tho
general agent, nt JU'J south Eloventh street,
or from his solicitors who will call on you.
Netirnskn Htnt-i Teachers' Association
This association will lw held In Fremont tho
li7th, 2Hth nnd MUh, Inst.
Aro you going! Do you know thnt tho train
service on tho Elkhorn lino between Lincoln
nnd Fremont Is suberbl It Is. Trains lonve
Lincoln nt 7 a. in., 0;M n. m. nnd l-i:05 noon;
returning leaves Fremont nt 0;!i0 n, m., 1:10
p. in. nnd 7sltt p. in. The run Is nn hour
shorter thnn nny other lino nnd there Is no
chnngo of cars cither, seol
Wo don't run a chair enr to Fremont next
wiKik ti nrenmmoil.-ito teachers, tho run Isn't
long enough. Call nt city ofltco, 1115 south
Tenth street or duot for tickets.
Incursion West anil Northwest.
Tin IK- nTrurslnns hnvo lieen nrratured for
-j ..r....... -
over tho Union Paclflo Itallway to 8nn I-rnn
elsco, Snn Diego, Colton, Los Angeles, Ban
Hcrnardlno nnd Ban Joso, California, also to
Portland, Oregon, nt 1 80.00 for tho round
trip. Tickets aro good 00 days for going pas
sago and good for tho return trip for six
months from date of sale with tho usual stop
over privileges In both directions within thoso
These tickets nro nlso good by way of Den
ver and Bnlt Ijiko City In each direction. Tho
ngent, Mr. E. II. Slosson, tolls us qui tea mim
trar of our townsmen nro thinking of making
tho trip soon, nnd It would lw well for thoso
Intending to go In select pnrtlestoseo him
nnd nrrnngo for tholr nccoinniodntlons.
Mr. John D. Fmwloy, traveling ngent,
Union Pacific, nt Omaha, Neb., will give you
nny further Information in regnrd to thoso
excursions. Parties who prefer enn corres
jrand with Mr. J. 8. Tebbota, O. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Neb. .
To Texas Vlit the Missouri Vnrlllc Hall
way. One faro for tho round trip from Lincoln
o nil jiolnts. Tickets limited to sixty days,
nnd transit limit going nnd returning of
fifteen days In each direction. Excursions
leave Lincoln Jiuiunry 25, Februnry 8 nnd 2t,
March 7 and 21. Double lino of Pullman
sleeping cars from Kansas City. A rare op-
Immunity to visit Texas, lowest rates over
offered. For mops, descriptlvo pamphlets,
rates, and further information, call on or ml
dross It. P. It. Millaii,
II. Q. Hanna, (leueral Agent.
City Ticket Agent,
Corner O nud 12th streets.
Brown's Vienna Coffee and Oyster houso In
tho opera houso block is tho neatest and nob
lest resort In the city.
Dressmakers nnd ladles to call nt 120 South
llth street, In tho Holmes block, to Investi
gate Madam Kellogg's French tailor system.
Tho best seller in tho city, at Ed. Young's,
1020 O street.
For nil kinds of Mocioty stationery, such ns
Invitations, programs, cards, menus cto. call
nt tho CotmiKH otllce in tho now llurr block.
Largest lino ot Key Weit and Imjrartod cl
garsat the llurr block.
A Oreiit Hiittlo
Is continually going on in tho human system.
Tho demon ot impure blood strives to Rain
victory over the constitution, to ruin health,
to drag victims to tho grave. A good rellnblo
medlcluo like Hood's Barsaparilla is tho
weapon with which to defend oho'h self, drlv
the desperate enemy from tho field, and ro
storo peace and bodily health for many years.
Try this peculiar meillcino.
Dally excursions to California via tho Mis
souri Pacific Hallway, The tourists favorite
route Choice of two routes going, nnd priv
ilege of returning nny one of four routes.
Descriptlvo folders nnd all Information
obtained ot II. O. Hanna,
Or R. P. R, Mix-LAn, Oon'l Pass. Ag't
City Ticket Ag't., cor. O and 12th sts.
Lincoln to Chicago without chaugo vln the
Bolls, pimples, hives, ringworm, tetter, and
all other manifestations of impure blood aro
cured by Hood's Barsaparilla.
The new tonsorlal apartment of Messrs.
Brutto & Walter, 1S1 South Eleventh street,
(In Lyman's billiard hall) Is where gentlemen
will find competent workmon to glvo a
smooth shave, an artistic hair cut, shampoo,
etc. Try the now place.
The llurlliiKton'i, I.uteit.
A superb lino of res chair cars now leave
Lincoln dally, Sunday Included, at 4 p. m. for
Chicago, without cltange. A colored porter
accomiwiles each car to provido for the com
fort of passengers, supply toilet' articles, etc.
Further information may bo obtalnodnt.clty
ofllco, comer O nnd 10th street.
A. C. ZiKitKit, City Pass. Agt.
New Trains Kor Oiimliu, Sioux ylty and
the Kast. .
Tho Elkhorn Valley lino has put o
fcpeclal train with a through Omaha coach
leaving Lincoln at 7 a. m. dally, Sunday ex
cepted. This train makes direct connections at
Fremont for Sioux City and Chicago reach
ing the former placo nt 1:35 p. m. the later at
0;50 the following morning. Returning
from Omaha tho train leaves at 5:45 p.m.,
arriving ut Lincoln nt 0:40 p. m.
They know Just how to pleaso you with
oybtors hi overy style nt Brown's Now Vienna
Go east by the St. Louis nud tho Missouri
Pacific railroad nud avoid nil omnibus trans
fers; nil changes mudo lu Union depots via
this route. Chair cars free.
Canon City Coal at tho Whltehroast Coal
and Lime Co,
All sizes of best grade hard coal, nicely
screened nnd always on hand at Hutchlns &
Hyatt, 1010 o street.
If you want somo of those Go glnhams you
caistgot them quickly, us they will only las
ew days longer.
ASIIIIY & MlLLSI'AUail,
Doctor B. F. Bailey, olllco and residence
cor. of Thirteenth and Q streets, Tel. 017.
BOMK RKMAHKAnLK CURBS OF ONE Of
TUB MOST STUIinOnM AND AOORAVAT
INO DI9KASES THAT AFFLICT MANKIND.
A Nkws reporter learning thnt Mrs.
N. M. l'etors of East Dcs Moines, who
was long nflllctcd with rhmimntisiu had
boon completely mired, concluded to
call on tho lady nnd get tho facts dUcct
from her for tho bonotlt of nny of our
ronders who may bo similarly nfllloted.
Ho found Mrs. I'otnrs to bo n very
pleasant lady of middlo ngo, In good
health nnd doing her own houso work.
On being questioned sho said: "I hnd
stilTurnd with rheumatism tho greater
pnrt of tho time for nearly soveu years.
At times I was nlmost helpless. I hnd
doctorod n great deal for It with physi
cians nnd trlod elect rlo belts and almost
everything thnt is recommended for
rheuinnllsm, ns no ono will sudor with
itns I did, wlthoutdnlng nil that can bo
done to relievo it. Finally a neighbor
woman ndvisod me to try (Jlinniborlain's
l'nln Ilitlm nud was so siiru thnt It
would holp mo, that I procured a bottlo.
It did help mo right from tho start but
it took live 50 cent bottles to euro me,
so you enn guess how bad 1 was, as ono
or two bottles will euro any ordinary
case. It Is a grnnd good medicine and
has dona mo n power of good, nnd I
hone you will publish tho facts in your
valuable paper, thnt ovcrybody may
As the rcmotly roferrcd to Is of homo
ninuiifncttiro we concluded to call on
the proprietors, Messrs. Chamhorlain
& Co. Wo llntl thoy conduct ono of
tho largest nnd most successful proprie
tary medicine Inbornto ies In the west,
and thnt Chamberlain's Pain Halm is
fnst becoming a household necessity all
tho wny from the Gulf of Mexico to tho
British Possessions nnd from Chicago
to tho I'acilio Ocean. Thoy hnvo hun
dreds of testimonials from persons who
have been cured by it, not only of rheu
matism but umtrnlgia nnd othor painful
ifilictions. From which we selected tho
following! This is to certify that I wns
very liiinn with rheumatism, my joints
wero swelled badly, I could with difll
culty turn in bed, 1 was induced by my
physician to try a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Pain Halm, nnd nm now able to
attend to my regulnr duties. 1 am n
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is a certain and permanent euro for
coughs, colds croup, whooping cough
and soro throat. A fifty cent bottlo
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will
go nearly as fur as a dollar bottlo of
any other cough preparation in tho
market, nnd will do you much more
good. It is positively without an
equal for throat and lung disensos
Sold nt W. J. Turner's.
Now SowIiik Machine for Sale.
I hnvo n first class new sawing mnchiuo
never been used, of tho latest invention nnd
with nil tho modern appliances that will bo
sold at n big bargain. Address Jo-Jo, enro
Iloiiiu tho Town.
Leavo a iapor wrapirar with a threo cent
stamp on with II. O. Haunn, city ticket agent
of tho Missouri Paclflo railway, and tiavo a
"Lincoln Illustrated" mailed to youi fHend
east, frco of charge.
Through slecirars to Chlengo ore run and
nil eastern connections inndo by tho Elkhorn
Vnlloy and Chicago and Northwestern rail
road. Try this elegont route. Offices, 115
South Tenth streets and depot, corner S and
Chicago & Northwestern mileage tickets
sold to anyono nt Elkhorn ofilco, 115 South
Tenth street nnd dejwt comer S nnd Eighth
McMurtry's addition on K street, below
Nineteenth, is ono of tho slghllest In tho city,
as well ns being rignt in tho centre of tho
fastest growing iwrtlon. Call at his olllce be
low tho Capital National Bank and secure ono
of thes lots.
Only via the Missouri Pacific railroad can
you got freo reclining chair cars through to
Atchison, Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis,
Terra Haute and Indianapolis.
Lincoln Iluck and HueKiigo 1.1 no.
Telephone No. 201, meat market, 037 O
street, or Na 301 livery bam. Onlor Blates
at samo places and U. P. tlckot ofilco, comer
Eleventh and O streets. Hack stands, Capi
tal hotel and meat market.
Ofllco Furniture for Hale.
An Improved doublo ofilco desk, two finer 0
dining desk chairs, two other cano seat
ofilco chairs, etc. , for salo at a tuirgain. OiUy
Iraen In use four months. Good as now. In
quire at this olllco, 131 North Eloventti Bt.
Wedding stationery, Invitations, programs
and all lino printing our specialty. Call und
see siraclmeus of our work. Wessol & Dob
bins, 131 North Eleventh street.
To People Mho Kutortaln.
Society iraoplo arranging for parties, balls
weddings, receptions or anything lu this lino,
should Inspect our elegant lino of stationery
nnd printed novelties used on such occasions.
Wo have Just received our new fall lino of
elegant ball programs, Invitations for wed
dings, parties, etc., announcements, folders,
calling cards and in fact everything in this
lne. - - - - -
Homo Cheap Property,
A fine residence lot on Twenty-first street
near N for salo at a reasonable price. Also
ono In Mechanics addition, Hydo Park und
Elmwood. Will soil choup If sold immsdlatoly
Call on or address L. Wessel, Jr., care this
To the Traveling Public.
Pleaso note that a Buporb line of FREE
CHAIR CARS is now run between Lincoln
and Chicago on trains Nos. 5 and No. 0; also
thnt sleoplng car berths or drawing rooms on
tho "flyers," Nos. 1 and 'J may bo resorvod iu
advance at City Ticket Ofilce, comer Tenth
and O Streets. A. C. Zihueii,
City Passenger Agent.
St, Paul unit the Northwest.
Points iu tho alravo directions aro reached
best by the Elkhorn valley lino. Connections
aro sure nnd tho lino most direct. Get tickets
nt 115 South Tenth street or depot, corner 3
uud Eighth sreetts.
lillihoru Valley Line Piisnenger Trulu Sor
Tho Chicago flyer Is train No. 44, leaving
nt 12:05 noon. It cnrrlcs u through judaeo
sleeper Lincoln to Chicago, nud a dining car
irom jULssouri valley anil reaches Its destina
tion at 8 o'clock tho following morulng. This
train makes connection at Fremont for Nor
folk nnd Omaha; at Missouri Vully for Sioux
City nnd Bt. Paul,
Train No. 4'J leaves Lincoln nt 0:55 a.m.
for Wahoo. Fremont. Norfolk. (Mm, linn Mm
Black 1111U country, Y cik, Seward, nnd Hn
Wero nil wlso enough to heed this ndrlco In
season, a world of suffering would ho avoided.
Tho best months In which to tnko Hood's
Sarsaparllla, tho great blood purlucr, aro
March April May
At no other season Is tho body so much In
need of, or so susccptlhlo to tho benefit to he
derived from Hood's Barsaparilla, ns now.
Tho Impoverished condition of tho blood, tho
weakening cllccts of tho long, cold winter, the
lost appetite, nnd that tired feeling, all mako
a good spring medlcluo absolutely necessary.
Try Hood's Sarsaparllla and yon will bo con
vinced that It Is tho Ideal spring medicine.
Sold by nil drnpgtsts. JUjilxforf J. ITeparodonly
by C. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Old dead teeth rnnlnln
.the qnlntmcnco of blnod
I poleont Who can swallow
f It, guanine out of old iceth
at every moil Bnd Ik)
ncallhy? Thco teeth aro
dead, ulcerated, nnhnlthy
Ircquently caue a w oiled
faco. Hhould ccrtnl-.y bo
extracted and rviilticcdulth
food, artificial teeth that
never nche. Can be extract
ed without pain. Ho hum
bug. ABRASION OF THE TEETH.
The above cut shows the teeth of a man 45
veara of age. from Dr. Bell In 1831. We meet
lth this affection tn the teeth lu various forms
and degrees. The ends of the crowns seem
verj soft, having a low decree of vitality and
wear down showing a dark yellowish cupped
spotjn thu center. Many are so foolish as to
'"" '.hat molar teeth aro of little account,
...I rt them so by default; after which all
be force of tho muscles are extended to the
front teeth, wearing them down rapidly.
The best, and orly remedy, Is to cover and
mild up the ends with gold and platinum,
vhlch wears like steel and saves them many
'ears. We make a specialty of fine gold work
m building them up, contour fillings, etc.
Cuts A and B are from John Tomes, of Eng
and. A Two Incisors with notches In tho ends.
ti shows tho peg shaped teeth with yellowish
jits lu the ends
For such teeth wo have two remedies: First
-To lid 1 he pits In the ends with gold. Sec
nd Extract them and replaco them with
crtlflclal teeth. Hut the bones absorb away
rapidly so that they will need resetting fro
picutly We make tho finest artificial teeth tn the
We use Justlcs and White's patent teeth,
with long, heavy pins, mounted on strong
elastic plates. Those who patronize us will
not be troubled with broken teeth and cracked
plates, canker sore mouths, etc.
To looso tho front teeth, Is to loose half
tho power of speech, and more than half the
The teeth turn black and die, the fntat bleed at
the slightest touch, ulcerate, .the toctfi loosen aaa
f! oat, the breath Is horrible.
DR. A. P. BURRUS.
1208 O Street,
On the Rapid Transit, cnies up diseased ruaa.
i-.w aunt viu uu yiiuiuuiu UlllMKB,
U Lut tMth ttutt tobtcco Hill not Uri.
8. H. BURNHAM,
Morvy loaned on long or short time at lowes
.tea. Offlce In Richards' Block, room at
Take elevator on Eleventh street entrance.
Horaccopattiist Physician, '
Telephone No, 685.
163 South nth Street, Lincolm Neb
Drayage and loving.
Desires to Inform the public thnt his equip
ment for moving Household Gooils.PIanos
Safes, MarchandUe, Heavy Machinery.
Is the best In the city. Special men
and wagons are kest for the removal of
Pianos and Household Goods,
Which are always handled by compctant
and experienced help, and the latest appli
ances used for handling Safes and other
heavy goods. Call, address or telephone
Telephone 1 1 1 Oillcc 017 O St.
N. R. HOOK, M. D.,
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
drinary and Rectal Diseases a Specialty.
Treats roctnldlseasoi by IlTtlNICEHIIOFU'
AINI.KSSBV8TKM. Olllce, rooms iii. yjl and
121 llurr lllock. Twelfth and O sjroets. oniee
telephone MS. Residence 1029 Q street. 'Phone, 610
3aVi?3U 0 il.m Rin'
k 10 0 ana 7 to a p m.
ri . M-. 7?Xf!r;-J.
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