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D R L. WENTE
Makes the presertatlon of llio natural
colli n specially by nil known approved
method Gold and porcelain crown
mounted on the natural root.
All operation performed without pain.
tothi: IT.OI'I.K ov UNl'Ol.N, nkiiiiahka.
We. tlm undersigned nro ei-Munlly ac
quainted with Dr. I, Wento, who In to leave
iknmiii mid engage In tlm practice of dentis
try In vonreltv.
Wo can unhesitatingly recommend lilm n
rt thorough master of hi prnfelwi, and wti
nro sure that all work entrusted to lilm w III
bo skillfully hm formed.
.1. Uniikiuiii.l, M. I).
W. W. MuMann, M. I).
J. K. MuAiiami.M. H, M. D.
J. M. OALLHIIIJltll, 1). 1). H.
(lAitnNKit, Illinois, Jau !M, Iss7.
11G South Eleventh St Lincoln, Neb,
&BAHD SPECIAL SALE
rcatly reduced prices
First Week in April,
1043 O Street.
Philharmonic . Orchestra,
OfUco Kluiko's OiH'ra
tl. It. Akciihan,
House, 3d Floor, Kronl
Wilt furntih ilrniut or Sacred inuulo for
CONCKHTH, W KlUIINOH, PaUTIEH, llALLH
rut nil other occasions requiring flrst-cias music
lYfHpeclal rate wilt lie, mudo with claim
desiring thn oohiwtm for tho season,
rates furnlnhed oh application.
Wo also dcslro to state that wo haw opened a
Conservatory of Jttislc In our apartment In the
opera house building, for the Instruction on
orchestral Instrument. Tultloi hount: 0 a. n
II 13 noon, ami I till 4 p. m. over)' day except
Sunday. For scholar not able to attend ntiegu
ar hours, scctal time will he glu-u,
Fur further Information as to prices, time, etc
address or call on the manager.
J. U. W. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
IluililhiRg completed or In course of erection
from April 1, t0:
lluMncKa block. OKontRomer', llthandN.
do do 1. W ltlllfiiirsley, llth near N.
nostauntnt (OdelU) 0 K Montgomery, N nenr
ltesldence, J J ImholT, J and 12th.
1I0 J I) Mncrarlaud, (J and 14th.
do John Zchnuii;, I) and llth.
do Albert Watkliis. 1) bet Oth and 10th,
do Wm 11 1,001m! it, K U't Oth and 10th.
do E It (iuthrie, '.7th ami N.
do J K Ucsl, M D, K tHt 10th and 17th.
.1 i.n t n..l.,...in n ,u. ui. ...! ,i.tlt
Bonltarlum bulldiiia at Mllrord. Noli,
Flnr. ltapt 1st church, lltli and K Btntt.
ortuarjr cliivlol mid roeoWliii,' tomb at AVyuVa
Onico . Roomy JKl nudS4
DR. B. B. Powers,
GoldFillings A Speciltay
Gold, Silver nnd Porscclnln Crowns Insert
ed 011 toots of teeth. Sets Inserted without
a plate. All operations first :clas and wnr
1314 O Street over KUIoU'n.
A lttUtr i;mt itf Mmtern Time.
KuiweniiTioN: One Yearhy Mall or Carrier t'ijm
Klx 111011II1M, fl.lM, Three luoiittiK fit) Cunt, Una
month Cent Invarality In Ailtnnoo.
AliTKMTlBKMr.NTR' Hate furnished on application
nttheoniee. Hp,s'lnl rate on Time Contract.
OiNTiuntrrioNn' Hliort xploy sketches, poctiii, and
stories Hcltil. Personal nud Hociul note ate
I'iiistimi: Wo makenKKt'lalty of I'lno Printing
In all tin lininalie. ninety w irk a p utility
Addivs all eouimunleatlomi direct to tlm ohioo.
WICHHISI. e IDOMIIINH,
KIIITDIIH AMI I'llllt'ltlKTOIIM.
New llurr llloek, Cor. lvftli and O Htiep'i.
The C'ouiilKU will not lie rexponsllilo for
any dehta inailo liy any one In Itx iiaiue, tin
Ick n written order aeeouiiaiile tho niiiio,
pniH'rly Mpicd, of eotirMe.
Wkmhi:i. oi Doiini.NH, I'rop'm.
It IH wild nn Iowa ivproontallvo iIihh not
like to 1 my for III xliitvu. Theie are many
men In Lincoln who no farther and won't pay
A Dakota Juitleeuf the jieaeo ha uiadu
tho announcement that during leap year ho
will chat'Ko no fee for marrying couple who
will admit that the muri'lago wa hrought
tihout liy thelaly exureUIng her leap year
Two more men neatly iwapttl from No
linihka Clly'n ivuowitcd Jail, which I not ex
actly a htioug UN KauiHuii I lepllted to IniNO
Im-cii. The DtiMi county atlthoiitle ohould
conllno prlMinera In the dlxtlllcry ; then there
would Ik) no ilotlht of their remaining.
At.!, our Idol at 0 dented only to Ihi hhat
teiwl lottn, whom oerylMly htipKiil
would llo and dlou pltiMer,U to hemaiiUI
toher leading man. Mary Andeix)ii can
now look with pitying eyea iimhi MIhh Crah
tret1, and exelalm witli HhakniHMiru, "Kt tu,
Wai.tMaho.v will Hhortly cotnuieneo tho
puhlicatlou in tho .louruat of detective talcN
from tho private diarlcH of Mailutl Cooht
and Captain lVut. They will lo written In
Mr. JIiwoii'k happiest vein, and vheio tho
Niiurllleo to truth I not too great, each villulu
will bo made a fat one.
A.mi now It 1. claimed that the telephone
was In uno In India two thousand your ago.
When wo comildcrtliodllllctiltlcHof ocratlng
it uiiHlerii instrument and the moral depritv
Ity cousismcut thereto, wo do not wonder
that tho task of rescuing tho K-vst Indian
from Nivngery requires so much thuo,patlcnco
TtlK CountKil ha been HolocUsl v tho
organ of tho Volapilk hoclcty, and In another
column will bo found an article treating of
nouns and adjective, and a careful study
will hoon com Inco thu Hkcptlc of the ease
with which thi nuw liingtmgocnulx) learned,
Tho hoelety i nourishing, mid It I only n
ipicstlon of tlmo when Volapilk will becomo
the tmlverwil commercial language.
TilATeterllugmagazliio. Itoinn ICnowhslgo
for April U a usual a most excellent lumilwr.
Veils U Oswald contlnuihldls.sertatloiis 011
"Homo Kducntioii," Jrephlno Iluml contrib
ute more valuable hint on "Practical Voice
Culture," another Instalment of that fascina
ting xlory, "The Junior Partner" 1 given,
wltllo tho miscellaneous matter, essay, etc ,
tiro of tho same high standard that charnetor
Ircs Homo Knowledge
Cot.o.NKI, Dotm rintt.tho Washington our
nnllst, like Mr, Clcro of tho Journal and Mr.
Clarksou of tho Dc.s Molue Iteglster, U noto.l
for tho Illegibility of hUhandwiltlng. A short
tlmo ago, while In tho l'rovldcuco hospital,
ho sent a note to a friend, tho postscript to
which rend or seemed to rend: "I am in a
blamed hornet' nest," The friend ww con
slderably relieved tthon he found out that
what tho colonel really meant wns: "I am
In 11 blosstsil haven of rest."
On the iusldo pages of this week's issiio will
I hi found nu extended article treating of the
drst battle of Vlcksburg, elegantly Illustrat
ed with portrait otOens. Sherman and Pom
lierton and Admiral Fnrragiit, Porter and
Walker, together with maps showing the Hues
of buttlui-f both sides. Thi Is tho twenty-
II ft K anniversary of the Vickslmrg campaign,
which was tho turning Klnt of the war of
tho reU'lllon. Wo shall continue to publish
those battle sketches during tho year, and
trust they may meet In tho future tho sumo
cordial reception they have in tho past.
Litkuatuue, nu illustrated weekly maga
zliio (M.00 it year) luv certainly successfully
taken tho Held ns tho popular literary Jour
nal of America. Its grunt variety of con
tents, ha 1 uly form, and choico illustrations,
mako It exceedingly attractive. Foremost
American authors aro among it contribu
tors. Mrs. Htisan E. Wallace, wife of tho
author of "Den Hur," and ipilto as charming
it writer as her husband, has iaiors hi two
current Issues on "The Poetry nnd Muslo ot
tho Arabs." For a specimen iKipy free ad
dress John II. Alden, Publisher, iW! Pearl St.,
Now York; P. O. llox liM7.
Lincoln needs more advertising. Every
city and town In Kansas and a largo numlMr
in Nebraskn aro Hooding tho country with
boom edition of newspajiers, tnmplilct,
plats, etc, putting forth overy inducement
for peoplo to locate, while Lincoln, tho best
city of them all, is slowly and sadly getting
loft. A public meeting should Ira called im
mediately mid stcKi taken for raising nu ad
vertising fund ot 910,000. It U not n largo
amount, and could l easily ralsisl, Thero
aro ut Itsmt four liundrisl prnjierty owners in
tho city who would glvo twenty-llvo dollars
wich for thai purKso, nnd they would get it
lxick a hundred fold by tho Increased vnluo
of their property caused by tho Influx of peo
ple that would result from bueh exlejulvo ltd-vvrtUing.
In hi nrtlclu on "Whore to Hpotiil the
Hiiinmer," In Nerllmer' for April, (Ion.
(Ireely, chief ritual olllcer, make a prophesy
mi to the hottest day In the year PHS, Tho
Dotiolt .ourmtf. Inking the unit tor tip, ha
ollcred a pi Iro of f.VM to the ersoii guessing
correctly, Isiforo Juno I, what tho throe day
will bo. (lell. (Iieely Iminiillately tuleKiaphed
hi mi(n to thn pxr, In aeeoiil with hi iva
miiii In Srrllinrr' for April.
Mitxlhilllliin anil Cartotiii
Tho euiMror gave unrly attention to tho
couilltlou of thell,(XHl,(MMI Indian lucluih! In
the K)pulatlou of hi empire, anil took meiiR
utex to U'tler their condition. Ho liwutiln
decree emancipating the peon--the vletiniH
of a curloiH hyideni of slavery jNi'iillnr to
Mexico- which, however, proved lucircctunl
in the end, though it dhowiil the excellence of
motive and that he wa not thothiotho I
no often nt't'iiHfd of lMlng III government
wa alwilule monarchy, It I true, hut It wa
hcarcely inoie mitoeratle than the reptihllo
which pivciHihil it or that which now exist
ill Mexico. In the extent of their charities
the young xoveieign were not to he outdone.
The amount of money exNudeil In publicum!
pilvatn lionovolcnco, could It be estimated,
would mitouMi the reader. Among the lust
ing monument to the goodnes of Carlota'
liciiit, I the Ciimi ilf Mttten (dml (lying in
hospital), In tho city of Mexico, built and
ciillpHsl at her expene. Till excellent
charity alone would Justify the love displayed
and Mill existing for the lcniitifttl but iiufor
tinmte empres. Arihur Howard Noll, In
The Amerit'iin Mimiitlne for April.
9 V, II. I'.
We have looked through tho I'ractlcxl
Home I'hyidcian with much mtlsfactiou. It
Is written In an easy and familiar style. We
take givat pleasure lunaying that wo regard
t nn posiosslug claim to a place in the home
of the peoplo that no other woik within our
kliowhslge, 011 opuiar medicine, ha lieen
found worthy to occupy. The uaiucH of the
editor furnish a giiurauti to the people of
It legitimacy, and It eloso, conelso and tie
cm ate history of the diseases recorded, and
Instruction in plain mix on, a to the use of
remedies', will commend it to the common
sctiMi of the general public. It claim to
meilt nsa Kcicntllle, practical work, adapted
to tho need of the jxsiplr, on tho HtibJuctH
treated, at o of a high order, and wo will
take great pleasure In mtmimcudiug It n a
household filcud to any family, and a a vol
ume full of good, practical and wIioIchoiiio
advice. Our reader will have tho optioitun
Ity in tho coming month to obtain this won
derful work by Hiilrserlptlon of .Mr. Cobb, the
general agent, at iU'J south Kleveuth Hired,
or from hi nollcltor who will call on you.
Incursion Writ Hint NnrttiHost.
Dally Kxcurxtoti lutvo Uvn arrntigisl for
over tho Union l'aelllc Hallway to Han l'ran
clsco, Han Diego, Colton, Nis Ang"les, Han
Hornardlno and Han Joso, California, ulso to
1'ortland, Oivgou, at JSd.lH) for the round
trip. Ticket aro gocsl 150 day for going pas
sago and gooil for tho return trip forIx
month from date of nlo with tho usual stop
over privilege In IkiHi directions within theso
These ticket aro also good by way of Den
ver ntul Halt IikoClty in each direction. Tho
agent, Mr. K. H. Hlosson, telliiipiltoiiiuuu
lier of our towiisinen uro thinking of making
the trip oon, and It would bo well for those
Intending to go In select parties to eo him
and arraugu for their accommodation.
Mr. John 11. Krnwloy, traveling agent,
Union Pnclllo, nt Omaha, Neb., will give you
nwy further Information In regard to these
excursion. Parties who prefer can coriv
IMinil with Jlr. J. 8. Tebliet, O. P. & T. A.,
Now Train "ervlee on the Iridium I. Inc.
Train No. I'J now leave I Jncoln at 0:53 n.
in. and run through solid to Missouri Valley
and thero make close connection for Hlotix
City, Chicago and tho east. At Freiuont di
rect connection I inado for Omnha. Train
No. II leaves at lOiill a. 111. and enrrie 11
through Mlooior for Chicago which U at
tached to tho C. ifc N. W. llyer at Missouri
Valley. This train makes connections nt
Fremont for Norfolk, Chadron, Itapld City,
Douglas, Oeueva, Hasting, Omaha, Sioux
City, Bt. Paul and Intermediate points.
Olllco 115 south 10th street ami ilcKt corner
H. midSth streets.
To Texas Via lliu ."Missouri I'uolllii ltalt-
One faro for tho round trip from Lincoln
o all ioiuU. Ticket limited to sixty days,
nnd transit limit going and returning of
fifteen day hi each direction. Kxcurslons
leave Lincoln January ii'i, Kebninry S and !?.l,
Maivh 7 nnd V!I. Doublo lino of Pullman
sleeping cars from Kansas City. A raro op
portunity to visit Toxiih. rowst rates ever
oirntsl. Tor maps, descriptive pamphlet,
rattw, and further infonuation, call on or ad
drj"ss It. 1MI.Mim.aii,
11. (I. Han.va, General Agent.
City Ticket Agent,
Corner O nnd VMi streets.
Urown's Vienna Coiroo and Oyster house in
tho opera liouso block Is tho neatest nnd nol
lest iwort in tho city .
For all kinds of society stationery, htich it
Invitations, programs, cants, melius etc. call
at the Coi'itiKii olllco in tho now llurr block.
largest lino or Key West and Iiniwted ci
gar 11 1 the llurr block.
Some Cheap rruperly,
A lino rcsldenco lot on Twenty-llrst street
near N for sale at a ronsouahlo juice. Also
0110 In Mechanics addition, Hydo Park and
Klmwood. Will sell cheap if sold immediately
Call on or address U Wessel, Jr., caio this
Dally excui-siou to California via tho Mis
souri Pacific- Hallway. Tho tourist favorite
route. Choico of two routes irolnir. and nriv-
ilego of returning nny 0110 of four routes.
DiKcriptIvo folders and nil infonuation
obtained of H. (J. Han.va,
Or It. P. It. Millak, (len'l Piuss. Ag't.
City Ticket Ag't., cor. O, and 12th sts.
Lincoln to Chicago without chnngo via the
Tlio lltirlliiKtoii'N I.iilesl,
A Mijx'rb lino otrre chair cars now leavo
Lincoln daily, Hunday included, at I p. in. for
Chicago, without change. A colored fjwrter
nceompnnie. each car to provldo for the com
fort of iuis.soni;ors, supply toilet article, etc.
Further information may Iki obtnlnodjnt city
olllco, corner O nnd 10th street,
A. C. ZiKMi-.n, City Puss. Agt.
Oo mst by tho Ht. 1mls nnd tho Jilssourl
Pnclllo railroad and nvold all oiunlbu trail,
fers; all changes made In Union dopots via
this route. Chair cars free.
Canon City Coal at tho Whltebroost
mid Limo Co.
Hoarseness inn child is it sure sign of croup
and is undoubtedly Intended by nature as 11
warning to mothers. If ChamU'rlalu's Cough
Remedy is given, as soon as tho hoarseness
npiK'ars, it will prevent tho croup. For salo
by W. J. Turner.
WHAT SHALL WE WEAR?
60ME OF THE EASTER D0NNET8.
ALL ADOUT THE NEW PARASOLS.
A I'mr of Mm ImiclUh Novi'lllos tit Hoots
nnil Hluies 1'arlnlHii Aludel In full
Dinner (limn that llavn I'liiind l'uvor
In New York.
Tho model hero given for a full dinner
dress I it recent. luiortatlm In which Is sot
forth tho latent I'ttrl fashion In thl
1'i'M. Dt.vsnrt nitiws.
Tho model represented 1 of whlto faille,
veiled in front with light ainbor net, striped
with gold tinsel, nnd sprinkled with gold
bends and spangles. A few btlttei Hy bow s,
in white inolro silk and gold galloon, outlined
with a broad lino of white watered faille,
lightly drapo tho apron, secured nt tho wnist
with nsliuNsl baud of tho diaphanous ma
terial. Tho low bodice, with semi-long
sleeves, 1 dniMsl on tho shoulders, and
gathered Into a Kint in tho center; it only
ornament tho front, to show olT the lienuti
fill fnbrlu of tho gown on tho sides and at
tho back. Diamond studs in tho ears. A
velvet baud spari'ling with diamond,
topazes mid moonstones round tho head.
Easter liounots aro small closo fitting
shape, with much lower trimmings tliiiu
those of last season. Thoy aro of fancy open
straws, chip or Neapolitan braids, and of
Chnntllly laco or Urussel not Young ladles
will wear low crowned toques in tho morn
ing, with trimmings of How era and velvet
ribbon. Largo round hats of straw aro for
Tho now Alsatian bonnet is closo against
tho head and rather long in tho crown. It is
uindoof fancy straw, with a long looped bow
of velvet ribbon, set quite 011 the edgo of tho
front, tho two shorter ends going back on
tho crown, mooting thero n spray of Howers.
Very spring llko bonnets nro of creamy
straw in ojien design, with ribbon draping
tho edgo of tho front nnd forming short
pointed loops mid bows nbovo the forehead,
in which wheat is thrust llko an nlgrotto.
Tlio now o3t black bonnets nro of Neapolitan
braids, with embroidered llrusscls not mid
loops of tho braid for trimming, lilack
Russian not is draped over green or ecru
rough straws. Unusually light colors nro
Been on emtio of tho English bonnets. LIsmj
drapery in colors over courso straw bonnets
is another new fancy.
Closo toque-i of rough straw nro seen, so
nro dressy round hats of rough straw.
i:ni;llh St) leu for llnnts unit Shoos.
As English styles prevail to a greater or
lesser extent in till country, it description of
n few of the English novelties in boots and
shoes may not coino amiss. A novelty iutio
duced in indoor, walking nnd tennis shoos,
likoly to Hud favor, is Russia leather, In
crimson nnd In Inn colors. For indoor shoes,
or, as ninny ix-oplo call them, tea shoos (as
thoy aro generally displayed of an afternoon,
when it tea gown is donned) thero aro soma
neat example, in this perfumed leather,
with small studs of cut stool -or bioue 011 tho
instep, which nro becoming to the foot,
Tho walking shoe aro laced up with a cor
responding color, nnd tho heels aro as nearly
a match as possible. Tho tan colored ones
made 11 little sUirt last summer, but tho red
onus are quite novel. These shoes aro also
being made for future tennis wear, in a great
many sizes. For indoor and evening sllpjicrs,
brouzo ones are much worn, some w It It siuglo
studs of cut steel, goldorbroiuo; others with
fino lwadwork of two colors, Mich as brouzo
nud sihor, gold and rod; and others still more
elaborate, with the toeeap almost covered
with a design in gold, silver or bronzo
spangles. Theso last nro tho newest, and are
worn at balls with nil colored gowns (whlto
sllpiers witlnvhlto gowns being considered
in best taste).
i:xelusho Novelties In I'lirusoU.
Ill our cut nro represented three of the
inoro dUtluctivo novelties introduced this
soason in tho way of parasols.
Fig, 1 shows a parasol with a cream silk
cover with violet border edged with snow
drops and lace, a crown of snow drops at tho
top. Fig. a Is it parasol in palo blue crepo do
chlno, with n largo silk water lily at tho top,
and grasj with laco around tho edge. Fig. 1
is a utrasol in palo bluo silk, Hind with crepo
do chlno to match and trimmed with forget
1110 not nud laco,
Thoro is nn inHnito variety of plain para
sols. Some aro of glaco silk, uomo ot bro
cade, whtlo others aro in plaid or striped
Bilk. Tho sticks appear to bo longer tunn
wcro thou of last season, though tho slzo of
tho parasol remains about tho sumo.
To ltepalr Stonework.
Mako ft paste of silicate of jwiash and hy
draulic cement, and add half its weight of
very lino sand. This adheres jierfeetly to
stonework, and soon liecomes very hard nnd
durable. It Is csecinHy nppllcnblo to stone
stew which havo become worn from use.
mi' iw' mi
fill I M 1 l SW
VI ItsKw 3
TIIE CAU8E OF RHEUMATISM.
It is claimed that rheumatism is
fomotlnirm inherited hut it is moro liko
ly that tlio persons presumed to Inherit
It Aro phy.slealy constituted tho imiiio ns
tholr parent and unturaly susceptible
loit. If chlldtiMi nro tlllluronUy con
stltutcd from tho nlUictetl parent thoy
do not "inherit It " lliliotisncss In nu
much of nu Inheritance ns rheumatism,
ns poisons of n bilious tetnpornmotit
nro most stisecptlblo to it nml thoy of
courso got their teinperiunent from their
parents. Other authorities claim that
rliuiitimtlsni is caused by tho presence of
tirlo iiold In thn blood Others to
tukhijjoold when thoir is poison clrciv
luting lu thu blood, others that it is
ptiroly and solely a diseaso of the ner
voiis systom. It I well known thn
whim porsons havo nctito or iullummn
tory rheumatism thn bownU nro ustinh
constipated ami the urine beauty, but is
Hint not caused by tho rheumatism
ruthor than tho enuso of It, for when
tho bowels uro kept open and tho in
Humiliation kept down, n euro is soon
produced. Tho lullntumnthti must be
kept down until the parts uro restored
to it healthy condition. This is not
theory as a jjrent many severe cases
havu been cured lu that way. Tho in
llammatioii belli;; deep seated mid
mostly in the joints, it Is dllllciilt to
reiteli and but few external npplIcatloii
will relieve it, there is one howevet
that will, and that 'is Gliamborlnins
"V' :.'ii, ono application is usiiah
sulliuienl to relict e tho pain and onlj
the worst cases require more than otu
or two lifty cent bottle to rll'cct a cure
It Is thu most peuctriitin liniment
known and promptly relieves the uj;o
tii.iu pains both of rheumatism and
neuralgia When I he part scan be reach
Oil ami the Pain linlm applied directly t
the seat of pain, 11 in cjsch of burii
and toothache it relieves iutdnutly anil
in cases of rheumatism only n few
moments are required for Its oueet to
bo felt. To keep the bowels open al
ways use M Patrick's Pills as ihe.v arc
absorbed into the blood, act through it
purify it tiud thoroughly cloatiso the
Chamberlain's Cough Romedy
Will euro a severe cold In less tiim
than by any other treatment. It 10
Jieves the lungs, opens the secretions
renders the mucus less tennelous nnd
easier to expectorate nud aids nature in
rcsloiinp: the sjMoni to a healthy con
dition. If freely used n soon as n cold
lins been contracted and before it has
become settled in the ovwtom, It will
often cure what would liave boon n
cover cold in u single day. It is a cur
tain cure for croup
Sold at W. J. Turner's.
lliiom Mm Tow 11.
I.eavo 11 paper w mpiei' with a three cent
stamp on with 11. G. Humia, city tlcketngcnt
of the Missouri Piielllc railway, ami have a
"Lincoln Illustrated" mailed to youi friend
east, free of charge.
Through sleeers to Cnleago aro run nnd
nil eastern connection inado by tho Klkhorn
Valley and Chicago nnd Northwestern rail
road. Try till elegant route. Olllces, 115
South Tenth streets and depot, corner S and
Chicago oi Northwestern nilloago tickets
sold to iinyono at Elkhoru olllco, 115 South
Tenth street and deX)t corner S and Eighth
MoMurtry's addition on K street, below
Nineteenth, i 0110 of tho slghllest in tlio city,
as well a lielng rignt in tho centre of the
fastest growing xrtIon. Call at his olllce Im
low tho Capital National Hank and secure ono
of thes lot.
Only via tho Missouri Pnclllo railroad can
you get free reclining chair cum through to
Atchison, Kansas City, Chicago, St. I-iOiil,
Torre Haute and Indianapolis.
Mnooln Hack unit IIurkiiko Line.
Telephone No. S01, meat market, 0:17 O
strwt, or No. !101 llverv barn. Order slates
at same places and U. P. ticket olllce, corner
Eleventh and O streets. Hack stands, Capi
tal hotel and meat market.
81, I'aiil and the Northwest.
Points lu tho above directions nro reached
liost bv tho Klkhorn vnllev lino. Connections
arts sure nnd the lino inostdirect. Oct tickets
nt 115 South Tenth street or depot, corner 8
and Eighth sreetts.
Tlio lliirlliiKlon I'ljcrn.
Oeneral Passenger Agent EtlUIs was In tho
city Wednesday and it 1 on his authority wo
announce that No. 1 and 'J, tho Chlcugo
Denver llyer, will bo put 011 again perma
nently nojt Monday. Tills will lie cheerful
news to travellers, for it Irnl been rumored
that those trains would not bo ;ut on again.
They know just how to please you with
oysters in every stylo at Urown' Now Vienna
To tlio Trut cling Public.
Plenso note that a suorb lino of FRF.E
CHAIR CARS is now run between Lincoln
and Chicago on trains Nos. ! and No. 0; also
that sliHjplng car berths or drawing rooms on
tho "Hyors," Nos. 1 and i! may bo resorvud In
advance at City Ticket Olllco, cornur Tenth
nd O Street. A. C. .miikh,
City Passenger Agent.
Tho ladlos of Lincoln havo found It to their
advantage to buy dress goods and trimmings
of J, E Miller. HI stock till season is the
largest and llnest over shown III this city ami
hi grand sale has caused all Lincoln ladles to
wonder. Tho prices nro exceedingly low and
tho good Biiporb lu quality and flylo.
What you need is a medicine which is pure,
elllelent, reliable. Such Is Hood's Harsapa
rllla. It possesses peculiar curatlvo jsiwers,
Chamborlahrs Colic, Cholera and Dlnr
iluea Remedy has cured la great many cases
of chronic dliiriiuea that had withstood ull
other treatment for many years. It is un-
doubtly, 0110 of tho most valuable medical
paiparatlons over discovered. For sale by W.
You will need now curtains when you got
ready to clean houso, Don't buy until you
havu scon tho Hiqierb lino for sale by
AKIIIIY & MlI.LHPAUOII.
Rett fc Sewell kis-p tho frMhcst groceries
to In) had in the city, Everything in tho
family supply lino at their store, 11 'JO O
Fifty cent glove salo at Oakley & Co.
Party mitts and gloves at Oakley & Co,
Cariots at bottom prices ut Oakley & Co.
lilack silk mitts Just received at Oakloy &
Muslin underwear, now lino, at Oukley &
my Ty Tnx VvflTflflPVi
Bo Suro to Cot Hood's
Sarsaparllla, my child. See that they do not
give you mo thing else. You remember It Is
tho medicine wl.hii did matii.t so much good a
j ear ago tayf.iMirlto
Nearly everybody needs a good spring medi
cine like Hood's .S.irsap.irllla to expel Impuri
ties whlrhneriimulate in the blood during tho
winter, Keep up Rticngtli a warm weather
comes mi, create nn appetite ami protnoto
healthy ingestion. Try Hood's S.irsnparllla
nml jnu will be eentlnred of Its peculiar
merit.. It Is the Ideal spring inedlclno re
liable, bciiellei.il, ple.is.int to take, and gives
full value for the money. Ho suro to get
PiililtijrallilriiKKlsM 81, six fur ft. I'rep-trcitKiily
by C. 1. 111)01) A CO . Apotlioi arlus, Lowell, Must.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
(ill! tipml trs.fh rnnlmii
. tllO qlllllti'l'IICO Of tlllllKl
I (Milium1 Who ran sn,nliv
It, gushing out of old 1 colli
t cery uicil and be
health) t Tliese teeth nro
dead, ulrernusl, mill iiltliv
ireipiently raii'c a tuillol
face, .sinmiil oTtnt-. Im
cxtrnctnl and rcil.ncir niiti
cood, nrrlilelnt teeili ih.it
never ache Can bo extract
cd without piilu. No hum
bug. AllItASlON OF THE TKETIL
The above cut shows the teeth of a man 43
years of ni:e, from Dr. Dell In 1831. Wo meet
nlth thlsaliectloti In the teeth In various forma
and degrees. The ends of tho crowns seem
terj soft, having 11 lovr decree ot vitality and
wear down shotting a dark ellowlth cupped
J po t 1 11 tbo center. Mauy are so foollih as to
''"' ,hat molar teeth are of little account.
..,.1 ret them go by default; after which all
the ferce of thu muscles aro extended to tha
front teeth, wearing them down rapidly.
The licet, and nrlv remedy. Is to cover and
buildup the ends 'with gold and platinum,
hlch wears like steel and saves them mauT
eara. We make a specialty of fine gold worfe
on building them up, contour fillings, etc.
Cuts A and 11 are from John Tomes, of Enf
A Two Incisors with notches in the ends.
IS shows the peg shaped teeth with yellowish
fits In the cuds
For sueii teeth we hare two remedies: First
-To fill lh pits lu the ends with gold. Sec
ond Kxtract them and replace tlicni with
rtltlclul teeth. Hut the bones absorb away
rapidly so that they will need resetting fro
liictitly. Wo make tho llnest artificial teeth In the
We uso Justlcs' and White's patent teeth,
with long, hoary plus, mounted ou strong
elastic plates. Thoso who patronize us will
not bo troubled with broken teeth and cracked
,ilates, canker soru mouths, etc.
To loose the Iront teeth, Is to loose half
tho power of speech, and more than half tks
The teeth tarn black and die, the urn bleed at
tho illghtcat touch, ulcerate, tho teeth loosen and
ill cut, tho breath la horrllilo.
DR. A. P. BURRUS,
1200 O Stroot,
On theltapld Tranult, emeu up dlacaiiod enma,
makes Uto Unojt gold and platinum linings, iuakS)
Uio anMt tenth that tobacco will not Urulah.
S. H. BURNHAM,
Jtonoy loaned on long or short time at toweaS
iteg. Ofllco In Itlchards' Dlock, room SH.
Take elevator ou Eleventh street entrance.
1117 P Street.
Still in the front nnd nbsolutely lending nil
umpotitors. Thoroughly equipped for tlis
meat work, giving to each customer 1111 un
pjallflcd guarantee for all work ilono. All of
our work done with neatness and dispatch.
We solicit orders for suburban villages and
neighboring towns, paying tlio expiess on all
tfders one wuy. Respectfully,
C. J. PRATT
Dmyage and loving.
Desires to inform the public that his equip
ment for moving Household Goods, I'l.ltlOi
Safes, Merchandise, Heavy Machinery,
etc., Is the best in the city. Spccl.il men
anil wagons arc kesi for the removal of
Pianos and Household Goods,
Which are always handled by compctan.
and experienced help, and the latest appll
anccs used for handling. Safes and othe"
heavy goods. Call, address or telephon1
Telephone 1 1 1 Olllce 01 7 O st
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