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The importance of purifying tlio tilootl can
nol bo overestimated, for without puro Mood
yon cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every ono needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, nmt enrich
the Mood, ami wo nk you to try Hood's
DamiIIo Haraparllla. It strengthens
reUUIIdl nmj tmlhU up tlio system,
creates an nppctltr, ami tones tho digestion,
while It eradicate disease. Tho pcenllar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of tho vegctablo remedies used glvo to
Hood's Rannparllln pecut- -p- Ifcolf
far ruratho powers. No u Howl I
othcrinedlelnoliassueli a rcrordof wonderful
cures. If you liaro made tip your mind to
buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to
take- any other hiMrad. It Is a Tecullar
Medicine, ninl Is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Snrsnparllla Is sold by all druggists.
Prepared hy 0. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Moss.
100 Dosos Ono Dollar
DR L. WENTE
Male the preservation f tho miluml
teeth n specialty by nil known nppraved
rncthods. (iolil and porcelain crowns
mounted on the natural root.
All operations erforiiied without pnln.
TOTHKl'KOn.K OK LINCOLN', NK.llltABKA.
AVo, tlo uuderKlguiMl im peivonnlly no
quaintol with Dr. u WentJ, who Is to leave
us soon and ongngo In tho practice of dentis
try in vour cltv.
Wo can unhotdtntlngly ns'onuneuil hliu ns
a thorough master ot his profession, mul wo
aro sure that all work entntsteil to him will
tie skillfully jK'ifornuNl.
J. IT.Nur.uitiM., M. )).
W. W. MoJIann. M. 1).
.T. M. (At.t.i:iiiinii, I). 1). 8.
OAHDNKit, Illinois, .Ian. ?!, lafiT.
115 North Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Over llnllctt'a.luwelry Storo.
Monarch of the Dailies!
Delivered to any part of the
city for 20 cents a week, every
day in the year Leave sub
scriptions at Lincoln bureau,
I027 P street.
fact that l'ho
to about half
tho form or
price wo have
cugaKcd t It o
services of ouo
of tho bent tin-
Ishors In New
York to take
charge of that
the studio. Our
ollorlM Khali bo
give each cus
nml to produce
Cattnets, $3 per Dozen.
Wauled at once n responsible party
good address to represent
11 uON. TI10S. B. HILL, author of
Hill's Manual ol .Social and Hust-
nc.& Forms, in
An excellent opportunity to secure a good
sosltlon and make money. Sales can be
made on the Installment plan when desir
ed. Address for terms and particulars,
NLL STAKDARD BOOK CO., Publlsbrs,
7403 Stalest., wiuuauu, lut,.
Mi . SW . -
( 1 '
A ltntlur liifr of Motlrrn 7Ymrs,
strsAOHiiTiotl Ono War hy Mall or Carrier J'J.rt)
Hlx months, f 1,00, Tlirw months M) Outs, Ono
iimnth l CVntH InvnrAhly In Advance,
WlVKHTISKMkNTSi ltats fiinilshml on application
st tlio orlleo. Hxelftl rates on Time Contract.
CoKTHintmoNs: Hliort spley sketch?, jhh'Iiis, mid
stories solicited. Personal and Hoelal note are
I'siktihoi Wo makii a specialty of Kino Printing
InsllltsliMiijtiM. tiling smm 4iisl lUy
Address all communications dlrectto tlm nrllfe.
wicssiCL, a DonniNa,
ROITOnS ANII IMIOI'IIIRTOIIS.
Now llnrr lllock, Cor. 1'Jth mid O Hirers.
Tlio CouittKli will not Ihi iwhiiinIIiIo for
any dolits nintlo liy any ono In Its uiuno, un
less n written onlor niif)iiiMinlra tlm smno,
pttivrly hIriihI, of rniirwi.
Wkhhki. A: DonniNM, Trop'rH.
Tiik now wH'r mill will shortly lm Imilt.
Tlio pi-cijeetors nro Just now Hum Inn n u lo
cation, nnd ns noon nstlint Is decided work
will Ihi commenced.
(iKNKIt.U. HllKlltltAN, OlO lllllll rldlllK fllVlll-
ry nlllwr nt present nt thu hwul of tlm Unlteil
Htites nnny, U lying vmy III nt liU homo In
Washington, "l.lttlo I'lill" would lie sadly
inlswil In nnny olivles.
Tiik latest fashion docrvo Is that tho coat
iiiiimI bo buttoueil so as t nlTeotunlly hldo
tho waistcoat. This will Ihi a godwiul to Im.
peeiinloiis dudes who unit hereafter do awny
with tho oxpenso of Investing In n veM.
O.NI! of the niOHt iiiiiuslug things to bo seen
nt this season of tlm year Is tho attempt of
tho Jay-hawks of tlio country pi ess to kill Old
Jinn Van Wyek, whllont thoKauiotlino they
priK'taliu him as ono dead.
Tiik Democrat got badly worsted in Its
discussion with Air. Kgan regarding tho infal
libility of tho H)s!, and how far hu could
control tho actions of a good Catholic. Mr.
Calhoun is an excellent politician, but ho will
never niaku his mark as a theologian.
It Is wild that .Toslo Manslleld, tho dashing
lender of thodeiul monde.who, nearly iihcuio
of years ago gained uuenvlablo reputation in
tho Flsk-Stokes tragtsly, died In New York,
In n secluded part of tho elty, ami wont to her
grao unattended. Another lllustrntiou of tho
old adage, that "to Ik) virtuous Is to Ihi happy.'
This Couiiieii is In receipt of a very hand
sonio Invitation to attend tho dedication of
tlm iircss headiiuartei-s. nt tho Centennial
building In Cincinnati, on thoevenlngof Juno
ninth. Tho nlTalr will consist of u reception
ni.d Immpiet to ilistlngulfheil Journalists and
promises to Is) ono of tho llnoxt odltorlnl af
fairs over given In tho centrul BtntoH. Tho
vxtositlon owiw July Ith and closes Oetobtr
JJTtli. Our thanks aro hereby extended to
tho invitation commit tee.
ThkY. M. C. A. project seems to languish.
Tho factof tho matter Is that tho business
men of tho city linvo Wen culled upon so
many times lately for contributions toward
woithy projects such ns universities, church, s
and tho llko that they can hardly altoul to
bear tho brunt or this one, as ouo of our con
tcinnomries seems to think. Hut wo must
liavo this building; we cannot do without It.
Now why not divide this i',(HX) yet iieces-
wiry Into ten, twenty nuil fifty dollar sub
subscriptions, and let n most thorough can
vass lo inndo, not by ono or two men, but liy
a dozen, two dozen. Infusu vigor into tho
canvass, wnko up tho issjplo to tho existing
necessity, put wmo hurrah Into it.
Tin: lunnyTrlouiU otAlr. 1. B. Kustlsnro
rojolclng over his promotion to bo gonurnl
passenger and tlckot ngout of tho 0. II. Sr. Q.
For u number of years past ho has occupied n
Bluiilar position with the II. it M. ami is will
q'mllllod for tho duties of his new ikmUIoii.
Hi sumrds miother Nebraska young man.
Mr. 1 'nut Morton, who has been np)ointcd
general frvlglit agent. Mr. F.ustls' sucitivsor
is Mr. John Francis, one of tho most genial
gentlemen who has over nsnUtixl in tlio con
duct of a railroad company. Ho has been M .
Ktist a' nUt!int during that geiitleuian's term
of olllce, and Is at homo as general jmssenger
agent of tho H. oi M. Tho change, will bo n
beneficial ono ell nrouud, as well us a pleas int
one, and thu patrons of the raid will have tho
samo careful treatment as in the lmst.
Tiik. novkltv of n conipleto exhibit of
Woman's Work will Ik Intioduced this sea
son bv the MlnnwiDolls Kxiiosltion. At llrst
thought It might seem thnt there Is nothing
in such 1111 exhibit but "Funey Work," but
when It Is considered that over 2,000 iwtents,
(many of them on machinery of tho most
complicated character,) that In tho United
Btntes nlono more than fifteen hundreil Uioks
have been written by women within the past
(our yean and that many largo mamffactur-'
lug and mercantile concerns nro conducted
by ladles it will Ihi apparent that theio aro
great capabilities in this display. Every
thing mado by ladles will bo shown -and
tlioso wishing to exhibit are invited to cor
respond with Sirs. K. It. IIolhrook,tlwsii.or.
iutrndent, cam Exposition.
One of the handsomest und most valuable
books Intrluslcnlly, that wo have yet seen is
"Hill's Album of Illoginphy and Art," an
advertisement or which uppents In another
column. Tho author, Mr. Thos. K. 11111,1s
widely known as tho compiler or "Hill's
Manual of Social and llusinoss Forms," a rec
ognized authority on such matters. Tho book
contains portraits und brief biographies of
men whohavo been und aro prominent in tho
world of letters, religion, medicine, nrt, war,
Mjlenco and music, besides numerous chnp
ten on history, science, and various subject,
which como under dally observation. The
book is vnluablo, not only as a work of refer
ence, but contains much Information that
every ono should know. No library can bo
considered complete without it, and to tho ed.
itor of the dally paper It U wortu far more
ttiau an eucyclopedla. Tho volume is bound
iu full Russia, with gilt edges, and U very
"TimHtoryof Ileryl," Just concluded In
tho Novelist, Is n clinrmttiK little story ot llf
In tho wmtli Ixifnm ih war. It is liy Mr. C.
IV. Ilutson, ono of tho rlsliiR lltcrnry tnen of
tlm south, nml will Iki puldlsheil In Uiok form
hy John H. Alden. "Fun nml Folly" by
Mnuilcti Thimimni commence In tivdny's
When in inssl of I.iiilles Kunilslihig (foods
Finn HIks-s, etc., give Fred Hchiuldt n call.
I.liieotii llaeh mid IIiirriiko Line.
Telephone N . '-'01, meal market, KIT O
street, or No. !UI1 livery linrii, Unlei slates
at sauio plnci nml U. P. ticket olllce, corner
Kloveiith nml () stiis'ts. Hack stnuds, Capi
tal hotel mid meat market.
MeJturtry's addition on K street, Isdow ,
Nlnelivntli, is ono of tlm slghHciit In tlio city, j
as well as Wing rlgnt in tlm centre of tlio.
fastest growing tKiitlou. Call nt Ills olllce Im- I
low tho Capital Natlonnl Hank nnd secure ono
of thes lots.
They know JuHhnw to pleiuns ynu with ,
oysters In overy stylo nt Urown's Now Vienna
lleautlfyyour law ns by using thoivlchrotcd
I'euiisylvanla lawn mower, mado In two sImm
to cut either long or KhnrtgrnHN. lirgo line,
.ehruiig tt Her.kles iiiln agents, jaiT O street. !
Homo or 1). K. Ciiuiiniugs (sucmHor t
Hetts&BjvelllsiKsInltles: U. ,S: II. l'lekles, i
Miistiuil and Catsup, Ivenmily ernckers, Mur- ,
diK'k puioHpiecs, ,ueeu Olives, I,o Si I'er
rln's goods; and otli-'r linn gissls too nuiiier ,
oils toineiition. Teleplmiio No. 'JO. ,
JiHopli W. Heoggln Is hereby tiotlllisl that
oil fho 18th of ApiM, IHH. his wife. Nellie (I. ,
Hcogglii. Illisl a iM'tltlou for illvorco against
him In tlio District Com t of Iincastereiiunty,
Nebraska. aklm; lor a dissolution of tlio
bonds of matrimony on tho ground of fiilhne
to supMiit, mid nsklug fur tho cuttoily of
their child .May, and that sho bo ivMoivil to
her nialden uiiuie llailoy, and .Tosepu V.
Kcoggiu Is notlltcd touuswor wild is'tltlou on
or befoni .Inly II, INtt. ,
Nhli.ik 0. HcnooiN, rialutiir.
Now that tlio sciiMin for using lee has com
nn'iicisl It Is'hisives cousiiinoi's to Isj very i
careful what they use. .Much of tho liti now
mia h used Is impiti-i) ami conducive of bad
results to goisl health. Tho fee sold by tho
Lincoln Uv company cut from Oak creek Is
strictly puio nml healthy and will lo deliver- j
etl toany jsirt of the city. Lonvo oiilers nt
1010 O street or telephone No. I1R
D. K. Cummlngw, successor to HetUit Jew
ell, still continues to limidlo tho otd tellable
Monmvh brand came-d fruits and vegctubUv.
Also all tho fresh fruits and vo otnbles to bo
had In mai keU I l'.'O O street. Telepliono 'JO
Wh liny our refiigerntois fmui manufac
hirers in car lot, and will glvo our custo
mors the lwiiedt of car Usui prkvs. Hnvo the
largest and most complete stcsjk In tlio city.
Wo would Ihi (ilenMsl to show these goods mul
ipiote prices. Hudgo it Morris, 1 1'JJ N strst
Hy all odiU the finest lino of pocket cutleiy
In tho city at Zehrung &. llonklo's.
I,. 1). T. CO.
Delivei-s trunks to any pnitof tho city or to
any depot for 2.1 cents each. Claim check
gsveu. Telepliono UK).
Oo oast by tho Ht. Inils ami tho Missouri
i'ucllla railroad and avoid nil omnibus trans
..mm. ...... y .. ..u ........... ...-
changes mado in Union dopota via
Wiuir cars rreo.
To Salt I.uko anil Iteluiii.
Tho Union IV.clllc, "The Overland Houte,"
will sell tickets from all Kansas ami Ne
braska K)lnts for tliosisxinl excui-sion to Salt
Iiko City mul retuni, Juno (Ith, nt one faro
for tho round trip. Tickets going, gixsl llvo
days, nml returning llfteen dnys, oxtremo
limit thirty days. Htop over privileges al
lowed within thesn limits I'artli-s desirous of
visiting Oarlleld Huach, on Oro.it Salt fjike,
tlm famous watering placo of the west, should
luipiovo tho opH)itunlty now offered.
Tho Bano of Hot Weathor.
Tliuro is no tiiuu that is looked for
wnnl to by tho mother of Kinall child
run, with mure tnoiiul drciid, tluui tin
hot wontliur of tlio muiuiiur nioiiths, cs
puuinlly in tills tho ciiso when tlicn
chlldron nro tt'otlunj;. Tlio ntiiubor n
oliililrou that nro carried nwny uniiinilb
by buwol complaint, in ith vnriou
forms is prodigious. Yet nltnost ovor.v
enso could bo unrcd by prH"r euro und
trontiiiuiit Dining tlio past llfteen
yours, It bus bwn nbiinduntly proven
that thu worst cnst.t cuu'.A bo .sural und
by n remedy within tlm reach of all
Cliainburlain'H Cpllu. CJioleiu nud Diar
rlirua llomudy lias cured tliniisnnds of
cases, that worn considered hopeless, it
hns cured them uftor physicians havi
failed to relievo, it has cut od them uftor
otbur inodiuinus had been tried without
bunullt, It has oven cured them nftci
thuy had become unconclous. It can
nhviivs bo depended upon, nml should
bo kept ui hand, bv every mother of
small children. When chlldron arc
toothing, tho dlarrhu'it nan not bo check
cd permanently, as the sumo cause thai
produced it will bring It on again, but
it can and should bu controlled b
giving Chaniborlulii'A Colic, Cholera
and iJinrrhmn ltumcdy, as thucaso nuiy
ruqiiiro. Thou when tho child is
through tuethiiiir. thu dlarrluea inav bo
eUVctuully checked. This remedy has
been tho solo roiinuco of thousands of
mothers throughout tho west for over
fifteen yours, nud its cures hnvo shout
it to bo tho best und most reliable vein
inly over produced for tho purposes
Whim reduced with cold water nud
sweetened, ills pleasant to take. Many
children liko it. It is put up in 25 cent,
CO cunt and 1 dollar bottles.
My child, seven months old, was taken
sick with summer complaint. I called
on our family physician nud procured
mcdlolno, nud used it for nearly three
weoks but still the child continued to
got worse. I was pemuaded to try
Charaberhln's Colic. Cholera and l)i
nrrhum Remedy, and insldo of four
days, wo had tho child's, bowels regulat
ed and in a short time it was well
Since that time I always keep n bottle
of tho preparation in my houso.
A. O, Moths, Kcottsvillo, Kansas
We feel satisfied thnt Olinmborlnin's
Colio, Cholera nud Dlarrluea llemedv
is tho best medicine wo handle for nil
dlsonsos of the bowels; we have given
it a thorough test. A member of our
family, a little girl, had been very sick
with bowel complaint, we linu tho
dootor to see her twice, after giving her
what medicine tho docto loft and see
ing that shu would have to have more
we concluded to try Chnmborlain's.
trom the firat doso she commenced to
improve and soon recovered.
T. jNekly & Son. Per Sam Neei.y.
Day City, l'opo Co. 111.
WHAT SHALL WE WEAR?
Sm of th Msny rUnstng Stjrtrs Tlit
Art ltprpenll In Ihn NibmI Hon
nti nml llounil llnls Imported by Nw
It will bo (trnuge thing if anybody this
season Is not satisfied with her hats and bon
nets. Tho styles are so diversified as to have
wldo llcenso In way of "elections and dis
play of (Mrsnual taste. Not only Is there a
great variety ns regards color and maUrial,
bat In shacs and site.
riO. AN KLDOANT LACK IIO.V.NKT
Included nmoug now importations scon ro
cently by tho writer is n cajKiUi In tullo,
juvrtly concealed by radiating loops of rlli
bons; shado from pink to yellow, In keeping
with tho wreath and bunch of pinks which
ornament tho front of tho iolntcd brim.
This bonnet was made to harnioiiizo with a
gown from Worth's, tho tloral trimming of
which consisted of varlagatcd caruntious.
Fig 1 Illustrates an olcgatit nlHilr mado of
black Chautllly Inco, fulled on over n gold
colored silk foundation. Tho oiiited border
Is edged with a pinked out silk niching,
veiled with lace. Yellow plumes creep over
tho crown and surround tho Inco wing. The
rlblion ties nro black moire shot with yellow
STYI.IMII rllKNCH HATS
Fig. '4 shows a hat of black laco, relieved by
n tuft of Jacipiemlnot roses nestled under tho I
brim, mid tho fan shaped plaiting arranged ,
over u puffed crown. At the back there Is a I
bow of ml velvet, tho ties are of black laco.
Fig. 0 is a black straw hat trimmed with a
cluster of knotted loops In dark blue satin rib- I
, , f , TllO project-
inR br,m's J wt R nlm(lu 'of Jbluo
yclvot oycr w,itch ,g m, Blvor m,t ,t ,,
tlnlslusl off with a silver and gilt cord.
A majority of tho round huts nro mado of
ono color uraw, lined with another shadoof
tho same color or another color Ulack and
innizo and black mid bolgo nro much used In
this way, and tho riblious aro of two colors.
A compromise Isawccn a round lint and bon
net Is a round hat with n brim closo nml nar
row at tho back and wide and tin ring In
front, with wido ribbon ties.
VUltlni; mul llnreptlon Tutlntte.
Very Uriklug toilettes and bright colore aro
worn this season at afternoon receptions and
for making visits. Theso aro Dlrectoiro
gowns of turner striHsl silks, mado with a
straight uudrnped K)loun!so tin) at tho waist
In front with ribbons, mid trimmed with
broad rovers above, or elso a deep long shawl
collar of pale roso or bluosllk or moiro; pink,
green nud hulT uro tho colon in the stripes
of such silks, and they nro mado over n skirt
of tho material hanging quito plain below tho
nolonnisa. White silk muslin In putts, with
laco, forms tho largo cravat nt tho throat,
Tho Dlrectoiro bonnot has a broad crown and
Is set quite far back on tho head mot murely
on top of it), and is trimmed with a gold em
broidered Iwuul nrouud tho crown, and there
Is a facing of colored velvet or of shirred
tullo insldo its (luring brim.
Roso pink and pinkish mnuvo dresses of
wool crow and moiro uro also worn by guests
at day weddings. The small bonnet Is of
English crape, or else of net tho color of tho
dress, and Is given character by a touch of
black; tints a pink ci-ajto bonnet with tucks
drawn over narrow pink ribbon has Its brim
edged with crushed pink roses on wlilch rolls
gathoro 1 black laco; tho strings nro of black
laco tied up In n closo bow, with somo narrow
pink ribbon for strapping It,
The new toilets seen on fifth nvenuo have
very small touniures, and already a largo
tournuro entirely destroys the good stylo of
a gown, as nothing looks so old fasulonod as
tho fashion which has Just gonoout, fortu
nately It is nn easy mnttcr to lower tho stools
of last year's skirts, leaving out tho third
stool altogether, and diminishing the heavy
and unwholesome pad bustle to half Its size.
A Word About I'mii.
Fans are neither largo nor small this year
but of medium size, Bomo aro seen of gold
canvas with minted subjects on gauzo; bo
sides tli oo aro thobo previously bad, of
gauzo, Inco and feathers, tho latter aro a
trlll' stilt, but capable of rendoring tho best
service on occasion.
Wliut Slfiii Mar Wear.
Square cornered cuffs fastened with linked
A new stand up collar that has not only
bent points, but a half Inch of Its upper rim
reversed outwards, to prevent chafing of tho
neck In warm weather.
Pique braces that will launder, to wear
with summer costumes.
Almost as broad an expanse of shirt front,
with morning dress, as ono used to sco with
an old fashioned, high cut cinwhnmmor.
The correct trouser, which Is eighteen and
a half Inches at the knee and from seventeen
and a half to eighteen at tlio bottom, for av
erage height. This Is called the peg top style
and measurements may be suited to individ
ual build. v
The swallowtail coat, which has undergone
some light alteration. There is now no
longer any stitching or binding on the edge.
The sleeves are larger, to admit of carrying
tU. fc.anltAwtilf or tit K 1 wxn InrKMPWnni In.
IUW UWNMOI VMIM nuivss M .v sfHtH -rid
fl aWTisw tBLtvaw ir
Fine Correspondence Papers
Comprising the Now-cut Styles, tho Latest Shapes In
Mourning Papers and
234 So. Eleventh. St.
$20 AND $25.
MADE TO ORDER IN LATE STYLES.
On Seventeenth street ear line of Lincoln Street
RailwaJ', lots front' n on
Now on sale.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Flowers Bedding Plants
Large Variety at Low Prices.
Cut Flowers and Designs a Specialty.
Nebraska Floral Company, .
I2; North 12th Street. Telephone 682.
rrrrrrr&nti i n in riTmnnmmi 1 1 rtceni m 1 1 1 nm ."q ,
M -EM V?,
H f9BK 1
ooW 1 ncolSTSJIIM
Spring Syles Now Ready.
Hand Made Parchment,
Royal Irish Linen.
POST - OFFICE,
at Room 34 Richards Block.
ikWt.. .. v. jJtHtkk.
V.j.J.ja.-irtW . . .- !.
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