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Saturday Evonlng, March 31, 1888.
Tint Cimrli'r ('nil lm I'liuml A I
Windsor lintel Noma Hliuul,
Cnpttnl llnM Now Hliuul,
(McllV DliiliiK Hull New hiiiikI.
Chimin A Klddicr. IIIWO Hired,
A.T. I .ciiiIiik .'' IIUIO Htri'd.
Tito (lot hum NownHliuul, lit Month lit li HI.
Kcllli llrt).. Ill Nmlli Hlli Hlriil.
Kd. Ynninr. MSiMiNtrccl.
Norici: to .nvi:iti ismts.
Aihi'rllMriii( luiiimliil to nut In thol
fuMirnnx curly nit iIIOt', mil Inter limn four
o'clock 1'rlilny iirtiTiinon, it tho Cointir.it
Koch In prr Hull i'M'IiIiik WIicii onlcrliiK
your mix iTllMMiirnt oiil diitp tho Imalne
limiiiiicoi nciinl. TIip rolli'i'lor !npt tofnrKi'l
Mich order, iiiideoniplliineo with tlilrcipifl
will hiivo lit trouble mul yourself luiiinyiinen.
We nm dully million looiir 1M of subscriber,
cmplnylmrit limn rHM'oliilly for tliittoloptir
I tin Coi'iti Hit I unexcelled.
Dunlap Hats Spring Styl
Hatter and Furnisher,
1137 O Street,
Whltotirumt Conl nml I.lmo Coiiiwiiiy.
tciiTllfH Domwtlo er.nv
Hllkn, Axtiliy MIINhiiikIi.
Lnco eurtnhia at Onkloy &JCo.
Pellclotw hmclu nt limun'H CnW.
Spring wriiw, AMiliy ft MIIInimiukIi.
Kino drew pmhIh, Ahby ft MllltpmiKh.
OyMeni, frwli, hit unit lino at Hrown'H.
Ank your Kniecr for lionio miulo brond.
Smoko Chili Iloom clnr. llurr block.
Fifty cent rIovc wile nt Onkloy St Co.
Vnrty intttH unit jjIovm nt Onkloy it Co.
Ciirpetn nt iKittom price nt Onkloy & Co,
Trlekoy &Co.,wholoxnlonnd ivtnll Jowi'lor.
Kern t HoIhtIh. ilontist'-'ilAloxumliT Hlk.
Don Ciimcron, HWl O Htrcet, for lunches
lllnck Kllk inlttH just received nt Onkloy &
Muslin underwear, now line, nt Onkloy &
Cnll for 18o full regular how nt Onkloy &
Got tlio licet. It lit LmvlttVi Dome tic
All tho Intent wntpa nml Jacket nt Onkloy
Thirty-two lueh witcen 13 1-L'o nt Onkley
Jets, JetH, Jots, In trimming nml panels nt
Hroudclothti f 1.-5 nml ninnzon cloth nt Oak
loy St Co.
Hot roll nml ton blcult nt tho City bnkory
Thousiind mllo ticket for snlo nt 115 South
Pure, llrnt-clns good nt llctt St Sowell's,
.SO O otrvot.
Oyster In every ntylo, fino mul frwli, nt
Go to tho City Imkery for homo miulo lireiul.
Cor. 10th nml N.
Try Hutchlm St Ilyntt' Mendotn lump for
Our ltet fnmllica nil uso no other conl but
Our May Uxi So clgnr is tho loot In tho city.
Try It. Ilurr block.
Canon City Conl ngnlii at tho Whltebrenst
Coal mul Ltiuo Co.
Tnko tho Elkhorn lined, Omnlm trnln leav
ing Lincoln nt 7 n. m.
Oakloy St Co. hnvo tho hiKt hlnck hosiery
for laities suit children.
After tho club pnrtliw, go to Urown's now
cuM for n delicious lunch.
Canned goods of every description nt Delhi
& Sowell', 11S0 O street.
lletts & Howell nro hcndiptartont for lino
groceries, nt 11S0 O Mrtvt.
Binoko tho Club Room clgnr nirulo by lift.
Ynnnh cignr fnctory, Burr block.
llcforo Insuring look up tho Mutual Llfo
Insurance OoniKiny of Now York.
ThoMlMouri l'nclllo rnllroiul nm freo reclin
ing chair cars on nil through trains.
Hutchhia & Hyatt uinko u fcKclnlty of wa
sonnl hnnl nml soft wood, cut to onler.
Roust Turkey, Goco nml nil kinds of ment
nt Don Cmneron' overy ilny for dinner.
Finest lino of smoker' iiieentclmum nrticlos
at tlioHnviiuii clgnr fnctory, Hurr block.
Monarch nml Lincoln brands of canned
goods nt lkttsit Howell', 1120 O street.
811k wrap Henriettas In tho mest oxiniUlto
1 mill's nro kliown by Ashby & Millspaugh,
BenBounblo fruit of nil kinds nro siioclnl
tie nt Hotta & Howell', grocors, 11S0 O
Importl smoking tobaccos, llnest mado, to
Tx) had only at Havana clgnr fuctory, Ilurr
Tickets to point In Kansas, Missouri nml
ticket via Omuha on snlo at Klkhorn olllco,
115 Bo. 10th St.
Tho Mutunl Llfo Insuranco Co. of Now
York. AV. II. Hastings, District Agent,
room 63, llurr block.
The cloth, Nowmnrket, I tho most stylish
garment for spring yrwr. Aehh & Mlllspaugh
how them in all itrod Iroiu W to VVt
Wash gooiu wero novr w tx-autiful as this
teitson. A gUuiee throtmh Ashby A: Mllls
paugh' immenso stock will convlnco you of
DetU & Bowoll keep tho freshest groceries
to be had In the city. Everything In tho
family supply lino at their store, 11J0 O
The New 4!lu1i HiiiiMt Olilnlncil--Mliiiir
M .'lit Ion.
Thoco.Hiiilltision liy-liiu of tho Lincoln
lodge No JIH, lll niHirt nl Monday evening'
Omiihii todgn No. JIO "III glvn n grand bull
nt their room In Continental block next
Wediioidiiy evening. A number of Lincoln
Elksexpis'l tontteiid nnd pai'llclpnlo In the
Iteguliir communli'iitloii of Lincoln lodge
No. Nl on Monday evening next. Hlx now
ini'intier will be glvtm the llrsl degreo.
Ilrother V. ('. .ehrung, exnltisl ruler of
Lincoln lodge, nttonded IIiohowIoii of Onmhii
No. JKIIhlsMcck nml lecelved n roynl wel
come. The trustee of No. SO havo about com
pleted iimingeincntH with Mr HcIiiiIkh-k for'
tho leimlng of lluiWM'ond lliMirof his building,
on the wiHlheiist corner of Klnvenlli nnd I
street. Till will give them n HiipKr room
7,'il.' feet, a lodge room SlUlHl, with nit tho
iiistiwary mtvui!' rooms, unto rooms, etc.
It lseMM'lisl Hint tho club will Imi able to
oblnlli posnejwloli by tho 10th of Mny, Jllut
two moullm niter the orgnulJitioii of the
lodge, This Is n most excellent showing for
the I m by linlge.
The south room on the llrstlloorof the new
KlkiT lieiidiUiulei-H would Ihi mi excellent
place for a caterer, who would thus senile
the cut liu patronage of tho members. ly
tlie 1st of May the lodge will hnvo nl least
seven! v live HicmlicrM, ami of Hint mmihci
fully twculy-llvo take their liinehdowii town.
Ilesides these Micro would lie many who
would attend nfter the theatre or the artv.
The rluht man would hnvo n good thing.
Miss Nettle Murray lert Thursday on all
Mix. K H. l)unilv,Jr.,or Omaha, is visiting
Mix W. II. Ogilcn.
Mr It. I'. Heecher left Tuodny on n trip to
Washington, H. V.
Jlls Ellin Ltso left yiiHtcnlay on a visit to
friends at TisMiinseh.
0 1' Dlnges nnd family hnvo returned
from their trip to California.
Mr .1. A. lliiekstnir has been very 111 this
Week, but is reporttsl lietter Lulny.
The spring term of the unlvei-slty opelietl
Thursday with a gosl iillendanii.
Mi. Clmiles E, Trnphageii Is visiting with
friends and relatives In I'corla, III.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians will glvo
a ball nt Masonic Temple on Monday evening
Miss Dnvls of Wh.sdhig, V. Vn., will ho
tho guest of Mr. K. K. Haydeii tho coming
Mrs. Iml Hnrllott of Akron, Col.,lsniak
Ing a very plensniit visit with her cousin, Mrs.
It. O. rhlllip.
Hnm McClny Is iwelvlug tho congratula
tions of his many friends over his safe return
Messrs. Hurley, Ijitnltertson and ITtt have
returned from their ipiest after tho elusive
duck down in Missouri.
.Mrs. Anna Zimmerman of Hutchinson,
Kns., Is Hut guest of her sister, Mr. II. II.
Wnro, No. 17SIK street.
MIssch Mny Vnrney and Viuii Gnnnn of
Trcumsch, iwild Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Dimi
molt a brl"f visit till wivk.
Mr. and Mr. (I. H. Chapman arocntcrtaln
ing their relatives, Mm. D. II. Chapman nml
dnughter, of Missouri Valley.
Mr. nnd Mr. M. lliishuell of Osago, town,
imrentsof 11. M. Iliistmell, hnvo nrrlved In
tho city, nml will iiinko their homo hero.
Mr. Jo. Hcott, land cniiunKsloner, and Jlr.
Win. Leose, attorney general, nro liistcctlng
tho new public building nt Nebraska City.
Sunday' sleoi storm wo ono of tho most
destrurtlvo over wltnesmsl, thousaml of trees
Utlug sadly broken mid tho buds destroyed.
Mr. Chn. Iiwls of Wlllsir, who spent n
few day very pleasantly with tho family of
Mr. W. II, Hnolling, returned homo Tuesday.
Tho popular blood piirlller, Hood'Sarhapa
rlllnj Is having n troinemlou sale this season.
Nearly overylstdy take It, Try It yourmtlf.
Mis lCdna Hwivt of Wct I'oliit, who has
1hch a guest of Mis Nellio Zehnmg for tho
jvist two weeks, rcturuoti to ner nomo !
Tho regular inomhly reception of tlio Y M.
C. A. was held Wednesday evening, and was
mndo tho occasion of mi unusually pleasant
lr. AV. II. Ash worth, representing Iisch
lh-o., has Just returned from tho Illack Hills
country. Ho will start on another trip to
that region Monday.
Mr. H, A. Warner gavo another of his
series of ball at Temple hall on Tuesday
evening. Llko It predecessor It was a very
pleasant nml enjoyable party.
Mr. R. E. Mooro hits returned from his trip
to tho l'nclllo const. While away ho visited
Ban Diego, Iam Aiigele, l'ortlnud, Tncoma,
Hoattlonnd tho principal citliwof that region.
Quito a number of Onuilin society Hoplo
will lio present nt thogerinan Thursday even
ing next, n iwrtion remaining over for the
ricAsant Hour Junior' lillFrIdiiy evening.
Mr. J. 11. McMurtry Is homo itguiti from
his visit tr thoold homo In Indiana, whither
ho was culled by tho serious Mine of his
hither. Wo nro glnd to Ihj ublo to unnouueo
tho gentlenmn' recovery.
Tho l'lonsnnt Hour Junler glvo their Inst
bnll of tho sensoii nt Temple hull Friday
evening. A number of guest from nbrond
will iw present, nnd tho occiu-lou will 1st
mi event In Roclnl circles, ns tho Junior hnvo
no giijierior ius entrtniners.
Tho ladle of tho Presbyterian church nro
mnkliig preparations for a novel cntertnln
nieut nt their church noxt Tuesday evening.
Aprons of nil style will lm sold from booths
decorated to repntsenttho months of tho your.
Supper will Ihi Borveil from 11 to U o'clock.
Tho German club will glvo their third and
lastgvrinan of tho season Thuixhiy evening,
April 5th. Program dancing wil bo indulged
in till 11 o'clock, when lunch will bo served;
after which twelve figures of tho gerinnn
111 lie danced. This promise to Ihj ono of
tho mvcllukt event of tho season.
Miss .May l'otvin will leave Monday for n
two week' visit In Omnlm. While in tho
metropolis sho will piny in a concert to Ihj
given at Uoyd's otem house on Tuosdiiy even
ing noxt. Mis l'otvin is ono of Lincoln'
most accomplished pianist and bus many
friends in Omaha who delight to hear her at
Mr. and Mr. Helskoll entertained tho
whist club of which tlioy are member, nl
their homo on E street on Thursday evening
the iSM. A very enjoyable time was had by
nil present." On tho Friday evening following
thoy entertnlned u select number ot friends.
Curd plnylng wns tho chief feature of tho
Miss Allen Oakloy gavo n delightful party
on Frlduy evening tho 23d, to tho Pleasant
Hour junior. Tin) reputation of tho young
lady a a hostcs reudom all commont unnoc-c-essary.
Every ono present noted It ono of
tho most ileliL'htful partie of tho season,
tho only regret of tho ovonlng being that tho
hour for dispersing to tbo various homes ar
rived all too soon,
TIIM TIIKATHICAI, WOULD.
A WEEK'SREVICW AND PROSPECTIVE.
i lie I'lelil of A iiiii.eiiii'iil In l.lnenlii.
News About I'Iiijd, Aclurs, i:ic.
TIIK IIIIIIAN I'OMKIIV COMI'AMV.
One of the ls-st play of tho season was Hie
one preNontisl at the I 'unke on Tuesday ceu
lug last by the Arthur Itehaii Conmly com
Miiiy. It was iw-K'iilhilly a society ami do
mestic drama, nnd several very gissl mmals
were aptly N)lnbsl. Theiowasaii agriH-ablc
ubseiicu of wlshy washy tu'iitltHent and tlio
hoi-sc-play that rhiiriicterire thecomislles of
lloyt and otheis of his class, being Ini-icry
nvss'l iclliied ami aisvillng to Him higher
emotions. Tho excellence of each memhiM'
was sued that ludlvl luiil mention is pro
clndisl, but they me all iirllslH of a high or
der of talent. Tho plot turns on the domes
tie Infelicities of two MH'iety wnmi'll whose
luisbatids piefcr a ipiiet evening or two nt
home en -h Wis'k, which their khiiihcs' social
duties will not admit of I loth wives leluin
to their uncutal home, angry nml Indignant,
but by the help of a cleverly managed
scheme of one of the husbands, everything Is
brought lo a happy eliding, nml love again
H.VM'l. OK POHKN.
On Monday eveiilug next tho old favorite
"Hum'l of I'osmt," will Im nroscntcd nl the
Fiiuke, Mr. Frank E Queen npMailng In the
tllli'iolo. This play, wlilch Is onoof llieniojt
amusing ever slagisl, has slixsl the test of
time ami draw ii large houses wheicei- pro
scntcd. Sir. Queen Is siipsirtcd by a very
strong company and tho play will l -.tuged
In a Hist class manner. "Hnin'l of I'osen" Is
the play which gave fame mid loitune to M.
II. Cm lis, but In the hands of Fiunk Queen
the character has lost none of lis originality.
On tho contrary II Is greatly stiengthemsl,
letallllllg nil Hie eccentricities of (Jin Us with
none of his faults.
Scats nro now on Nile nt tho rervisl heat
olllco of tho theatle.
the representative American coimslian, will
iipKar at Fuuko's on'I'liui-mlay evening next,
in "The Woman Hater," which was wilttcii
originally for John T. Kaymoud. When Ro
land Hdsl walks on tho stage looking like a
newly renovated isllHon of Senator Kvarts of
New York, tho fun logins, and from that
time to the cud of the play It never ceases.
Dels Samuel llmidy, the woman liutcr," who
llistenil of iletestlug the fair sex, ns ho leads
everyone to believe, was really ill love with
every woman he meets and planning wedding
tour nil over creation ami back again, fu
ller mi Irascible exterior he carries a heart so
fractured mid splhitensl by thodtirtsof cupid
that It resemble the halo around a sk1 made
on Ice by u hard hill. After n severe mental
effort ho dually works his courage up to the
proptwiug point, mid Is so jterfwtly enrnp
turcd by his success that ho prosics three
times in rapid succession. Of course, they
ai-cept, and ho is placed in a isnitlon of
such exipiislte torture in his wild desire to o
enpe, that taking him to n lunatic asylum
Is all that keeps him from going crazy. The
whole tierforninuco is exceedingly ludicrous.
Tho stippcitiug company is excellent in every
Tho eminent tragic Hans, Edwin Ilmith mid
Lavremit Barrett w III npcur at Funko's op
era house on Thursday evening, April 12th,
In a grand production of tho historical trag
edy of "Julius Caesar," Mr. liootli appearing
as Ilrutus and Sir, llarrett as Cass I us. The
management of tho Fmiko being opposed to
tho system of auction snlo of seats, Inasmuch
as it compels one man to step aside ami give
place to nnother of heavier Ktcketbook,
adopUsl the plan of a subscription sale for tho
first choice of Mat. This method Is truly a
satisfactory one, a u lurgo subscription sale
On Monday morning nt nine o'clock tho
doors of tho opera house will 1st ojiemsl and
numlicrs given to all who have not signed the
list, Tho chart will Iki placed on tho stage,
and tho names of signer of subscription call
ed. They will then come forward, ono by
oue.aud select scut In rotation. It is cxHctcd
there will tie about JUK) mimes on the list, after
that number will Imi culled enabling those
who havo not signed the list to select the ro-
inning scut nt prices ranging from $2, $3 to
f I, uccorillng to locution.
Excursion parties have Ihvii made up from
Hentrlco, liluo Spring and Wymore, York,
Seward, Grand Island, Wuhoo, Fremont,
Frlemlville, Teciuiisoh and u number of other
places. Excursion pintle will each hnvo
their representative present Monday to select
their Heats, thus according them us good op
portunities a our own people.
The engagement of the llooth-Ilarrett com
bination will lie tho grandest theatrical event
In tho history of the west, and our people
should show their appreciation of tho enter
prising management of the Fmiko opera
house In thus bringing hero at n heavy ex
pense, these greet tragedians by turning out
en imis.vc nnd btanding by homo enterprises
ami homo Institutions.
Mis Lilian Olcott'MMiit against the Franco
American Dramatic Agency for tho rights to
IH'rform "Theodora" will 1st tried in New
York ls-foro tho close of the present month,
and tho plucky young actress coullileiitly ex
Kcts to win her cose.
Tho fastest railroad trip on record lietween
Sun Antonio nnd El Paso, Texas, was niiide
by th' Hooth-Ilurrett eoiiipiiny on their shh
clal trnln, which consisted of tho private pal
ace enr, "Junius ilrutus liootli," u Pullman
slivK-r and a baggage car with four relay of
engine. The distance of 710 mile wns mndo
In fourteen hours. The train reached El
I'uso in time for the evening performance,
which was witnessed by a mckod house nt $5
each for seat.
511s Ido Fuller, who plays tho pirt of l's
tuiio In "Sho" is nothing if not iimeKudent.
She Is a charinlng llttlo lady persoiiully, ami
It Is a well known fact that she has more
friends in and out of the dramatic profession
than any ono of tho young actrohM's now on
the stage. Sho recently went into tho dining
room of a vestibule car for dinner. Tho ser
vleo wasn't very good, ami it was a long time
U'foro sho was served, and as a result she
took her tlmo dining. The lloor-wnlker, who
wore u blue suit nnd brass buttons, objected
to one young lady having so much time. Ho
went into tho Miiitry,iiuido n brief ssech full
of lire, nnd mid Hint ho couldn't see any rea
son for ono girl taking up so much valuable
tlmo In a dining-room cur. SUm Fuller henrd
tho fellow and Ills Insulting remarks. Liying
down her kulfo and fork sho awaited u favor
able opportunity, and then called tho "IKsir
wnlker." Hero is wiuu siio nim: "ir, neiu
is my cunl. Present it to tho manager of our
company and ho w 111 treat you nicely. I w 111
also send you ouo of my photograph. I moot
bo fow gentleman attaches of horso and stoaiii
cur on my travels that It' really u pleasure
to meet such a churmmg gentleman ns your
self. A llttlo coireo, pleaso." Ho accepted
tho canl, tho itassengeiu griuuoil nnd the man
looked as though mi exit through u trap door
in tlio car would nlwut suit him.
Embroideries in funoy edgings ut Oakloy'.
BASE BALL NOTES.
Lincoln to lime a Wuy.t'p Club-Sumo
I'lujers on 1)11.
The prosMH't.s of Lincoln' having a tattling
good team for this your nro very bright.
Nearly enough money his Ihvii pledged ami
there fstittlodoiibt of securing tho bulince.
Tlio Hs:iplo of Lincoln shiiu'd proter!y sup
s)it tho tint club this year, and It may Imi
relied iihiu that tho Vi'stern association, If
enough Interest Is manifestfsl this season,
will give ns a frniif his next year. There is
doubtless but omi outcome to the controversy
In Kansas City mid that will 1st the over
throw of Mengcs' club. Lincoln Is regarded
by both Hpuldlng and Morton us a river town
nnd her proximity to Omaha Insure us the
llrst vacancy. While tho club this year will
probably not Im as strong us Itowu's Inwucl
blcs, the illirereut I'lubs of the league will be
more evenly matched and more Interesting
games ,uiiy Im lisikisl for. A six club league
is what it liHiks hko now. IiCUM'iiw'orth, St I
Joniiud Hiilclilnsoii have tlclr teams about ,
compluUsI, ami Dcnveranil l,iic:olnare wmk
lug on llieli. Either Hastings or Pueblo
will make the sixth club. Hustings M'ople
are willing to put up several thousand dollars
if the right liiiiu will take hold mid nm it.
I'lieblii Is working haiil and may secure the
franchise, although Hustings is Lincoln's
There is plenty of gesid base ball talent to
Imi had, and Mr. .1. A Keith, who Is conduct
ing negotiations, has a numlM-i' of applica
tions from giMsl pluycih.
Contracts have Ihtii Rent to the following
men for their signature:
SlcAithur of Detroit, who did most of the
twirling for Charleston last year, an excellent
pitcher who has done some work for tho Do
troll league club.
Jus. Casey of St. IjoiiIs, u Hint biisemau
recommended by Dave Roue, who can cover
the initial bug with the best of them, ami is
ulsoii giMsl hitter.
Fit.siiuHinus of hist year's SI. Joe ami
Denver teams, a way-tip pitcher whom the
three strike rule Just suit.
Larry Welch of Spilnglleld, Ohio, who
played In tho Held for Hastings lut year,
whoso woik our (Msiplemu familiar.
Eddie Toohey, the crack left lliilder, was
sigmsl ychteiday. Eddie says ho Is in lino
tilm uml will ilogicut woik this year.
C. .1. Dei liu of Philadelphia, a catcher, who
comes well iccommrnihsl.
John Huston, of Trenton, N. J., u pitcher
who won considerable renown lust year us
tho star twlrler of the International league.
The score canl ami IxmiHi privileges are to
Im leased, ns well us sim.v on the lence for
nilveitlsiiig. Full particulars regarding
which will Im) funiMicd on application to Sir.
Omaha mid Dubuipie 0mii the base bull
season at the former place Sunday, Aprils,
in mi exhibition game. The regular season
will oieu the 2','d with St Paul ut Omuha.
New Trnln Serv li-e on Hie r.lklioin l.lnr.
Train No. 12 now leaves Lincoln nt (b.Vt n.
in. and runs through solid to Missouri Valley
and there makes close connections for Sioux
City, Chicago nnd the cast. At Fremont di
rect connection U mado for Omaha. Train
No. II leaves ut 10::k"i a. in. and carries u
through sleeper for Chlcngo which is nt
fuelled to the C. K N. W. Oyer ut Missouri
Vnllny. This trnln makes connections nt
Fremont for Norfolk, Chndroii, Rapid City,
Douglas, Geneva, Hastings, Omaha, Sioux
City, St. Paul mid Intermediate point.
Olllco 115 south tOth street uml depot corner
S. and 8th streets.
Nnviilti' liiolm fint in in, in lilni,L fur f.(im.
bluing with plain silk or satin, beautiful cf-
tecis, Asuny iv .Miuspaugn.
Sir. J. A. Keith is having his cigar uml
news stand at the Windsor hotel entirely re
modeled. A neat place for tho dlspluyiil of
paHTH, a cabinet In which to keep the cigars
moist, ami the cutting uway of the partition
under tho stairway are the most noticeable
' Tho Stewart concert company guvo two
very Hue concerts at the Congregntlonul
church on Monday and Tiio-day evenings tf
this week, mul were gn.otcd with very lurgo
1st. 1'aul uml the Northwest.
Points In the above directions nro reached
U-nt by tho I'.lkhoiu valley hue. Connections
nro sure and the line iuiiiliiis,t. Get tickets
ut 115 South Tenth street or depot, corner iS
nnd Eighth srectts.
Muny old soldier who nail contracted
chronic diarrhoea, while in the service, have
since Ik-cii iieriiintieutly cutis! of It by Cliam-
bcrhiiu Colic, Cholera uml Dianhoca Hcint
dy. For sale by W. J. Tiu ner.
Sir. A. E. Howard, the attorney. Is now
located in rooms ii, I'upltol block, over I'uion
Savings haul;. Mr. Howard is the best read
nnd most utile ot tho younger ineiulwr of
tho bill', nnd any case entrusted to his care
will Imi vigorously pushed. Ho has boju very
miccocful so far lieforc the tribunals of Jut
tlce, mid bus u bright career before him,
Pattern suits, plain or striped to match in
tho most novel designs and the choicest color
iugsuioshowu by Ashby iV Slillspuugh.
A general rehearsal of tho Judas Mnccn
bens chorus wns held ut the Coiigicgutlnuul
church las: evening. Excellent progress is
An Imperative Necessity.
What pure air Is to an uiilinnlthy loenllty,
w hut spring cleunlng is to the neat house
keeiM-r, so is Hood's Sursaparillii to every
iMxly, at this bcasou. Tho ljily nwsls to U
thoroughly rcuovntwl, tho IiIimmI puritlcd and
vitalized, tho germs of disease destroyed,
Scrotuln, Suit Rheum, and all other IiUmmI
disorder nro cured by Hood's Snrsnpurillu,
the most popular and successful spring modi
"1 say, lsty, stop that ox."
"1 havn't got no stopper, sir."
"Well, head him them."
'He's already bended, sir.."
"Confound your Impudence, turn him!"
"He's right side out already, sir."
"SMak to him, you ruscnl."
"Good morning, Sir. Ox."
THE YOUNQ PEOPLE.
A Yniiiiuriter Who Dill Not Tnh
lloiirdlni; Home I.lfc.
Llttlo Fred 1) nnd Ills father nnd mother
wo a going to hoard w.tli o nelghltor for two
weeks, while the hoiw wa undergoing ro-jtali-H.
Fred wn delighted ut tho prostect.
"Slumrnn," ho s-'ilil, 'didn't J oil say I must
thank GimI for overy good thing I"
"Shall 1 thank him Usvauso wo are going
to board 1"
"Yes, If you llko."
When tho two weeks had expired, nnd tho
last dinner nt tho iKxirdlng house had been
eaten, Fred leaned liock in his chair, uml
heaving a long sigh of relief, said, in tho
hcuritig of tho hostess:
"Now lot's thank God wu'vo got through
WE - ALWAYS - LEAD.
First in the Field.
As heretofore at the opening of the Spring Season, we arc
first to announce that our
Elesunt Soda Fountain
Is now in running order and despensing the very
Finest : and : Purest : Syrups.
We have all the latest llavors and our syrups arc strictly pure
juhI home made.
(linger Ale, and other popular beverages served. Call and
see the beautiful fountain and try our luxurious soda.
Mc&rtfnir. & Sou,
Holbrook & Bonbright
Wall Papers Window Shades,
Special Attention given to Designing whlch'wc do Free.
234 Soutt Eleventh. St.
Samples nnd Specifications without Charge.
J. C. KIEL'S,
latter and Furnisher,
O and Elevontli stroots.
ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH.
123 North 15th Street,
-OK Orit NEW BI'UINO STOCK
Parasols, Gold-Headed Umbrellas,
JACKETS, BEAD WRAPS.
Elegant Silks and Dress Goods,
TRIMMINGS TO MATCH.
O. R. OAKLEY & CO.
Cor. Eleventh and N Sts.
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