Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, June 02, 1888, Image 8
lWnij' f ii infill M'"liwn M IMn.iflll. '!" uxm ,-. rni'iriMiiwiinwiwi x 1 i,i..i. .n- II IT'S Delicious! M'ARTHHR'S CREAM SODA WATER Our Excellent Flavors the richest in the city; Volapuk, Peaches and Cream, Mandarin, All other drawn from Popular Flavors our $2000 IWITAIN. On or about June First, we will rvc ICE CREAM SODA A"d as heretofore will furnish our customers with the best that can be made. Ladies' & Gents1 FINE SHOES At greatly reduced prices AT WEBSTER&BRISCOE, 1043 O Street. Coliintlilii llloyotii'l itml Tricycle. I O St. It. D. ADDIS. AUT. tt.1l O St. It has No Equal. THE ALASKA REFRIGERATORS. Flneit and Dent Made. Ladles are invited to call and cu these simmer cominoditleii and also Inspect our magnificent stock of Crockery, Lamps and Art Glassware Call and see our stock. Prices low and everything this very latest. S. C. Elliott. FINE : ART : STUDIO. 13 14 O strctA, Examine samples of our work before ordering cUewliere, Cabinet l'hotogra' lis reduced from $4 to $3 per dozen. KING STEEAR, SHOE STORE, Ja tho next thing to 11 Biivlncs Hauls. Tho only dllllTCIICO U vu give OU Real Leather Shoes lBtd of Timer Soled simes, for thu miiiiu . i.u .ii.iluru t lint tliei.llit'rscliiiriic for shod- Wl'Ul M them on iholr mirllH. 'h IHU pdtrst IH.ua in Aiucricn mr unii 1IIIW 1 lonue iuiiw 11111011111 01 iiunivy .inlM.T.tllC VlJOir, 010 I) street KITG STEEAR. J?jyG&?6 THE COURIER. 4 Vjnitur ir 11 Modm Timt. oourier opFioe. Saturday Evening Jnne 2, '88 Herpolsheimer & Co, DRY GOODS. PAEASOLS ! Thr Ciuirlrr Own be Pniitiil At Windsor lintel NewsHtund, Capital Hotel NewsHlunil, Odcll's Dllllnu Hull NowsHlnnd. OIhuoii A Fletcher's, IIIU U Street. A.T. Lemlng.UVs.. I IIOO Street. The aotlmm NowsBtnml, IIS South 1 It It SI. Keith llros., Ill Ninth lit!) Htrrct. Kil. Youtiir, I02UO Street. Kiiton A Hmltli, lSt O st. J. HtelnWrtf, O st. opp. wstonleo. llitwu's Cafe, near WlmlHor lintel. Cor. loth DRY : GOODS. notici: to aiivi:kti.hi:us. Aihirthcrsme riinxslul to send In thol rmorsiis curly mm possible, not Inter tliiin four o'clock Friday iiiternooii, iim tho CouilIKlt go-s t press tlmt evening When ordering jrour advertisement out drop tho buslnos mitmiKOi a curd. The collector Is upt to forget uoh orders, uiulcomplliinco with this request will save im trouble iiiut yourself annoyance. SV aro dully adding to our list of sul airlbcrs, employing 11 num especially for Unit nolo pur iKiKu.un I cliilm thutnsan advertising tncilluin llit CouilIHlt U uuoxrelleil. Children and Hoy's Straw Hats. NOW OPEN. W.R. DENNIS, Hatter and Furnisher. Our I'morlln ( nndldiitr. Mr. Mahler, liavlnir cuivfully studied the ipiulincallnus of tho vailous candidates, mb- inltH mid endorses tlio follow hi); ticket: roil rilKHIDKNT, Mil. BARNES, OK NEW YOHK. rOltVlCIM'HKalUKNT, MH. POTTER, OK TEXAS. 1011 OOVKltNCM OF .NKIIUA8KA, MR, SAMSON OK OMAHA. (OH 11AYOII OP LINCOLN, liOHIlY S1IAFT0. l.orul mill 1'ernoiuil. Take Turkish nt 1010 O street. Lincoln loo coiiipuny, pure lie. DtllciotiH lunclicH ut Brown's Cufc". Call on Fred Schinldt for Dry Goods. Wliltebreust Coul and I.hno Coiiiuiny. Oysters, frosh, fat nud lino ut llrowu'K, lliillet, illunionds ami witcliiw, 1111 N 11th. Sawyer & Mohher, UorUtM, MiiHiuloToinplo. Mluoral nator usol for Uitlilns, 101(1 O st. Trickpy &Co.,wholaloand refill juwolutu. Oo to Oakley it Co. for kid glovmiuid intttr. Don Cameron, 1U.11 O btro.it, for lunches Another lot of cheap vesta at UerpoUheim orV. Iirgo lino of I jico MIU nt HeriKiUlielmer &C0. Thousand milo tickets for snlo nt 115 South Tenth stroot. Canon City Co il nt tho Whitebroast Coal and Limo Co. Oystors in every style, fino and fresh, at Don Cameron's. Canon City Coal again nt U10 Whltcbreast Cotilnud Llino Co. llluck laeo mitte, 13 1-3 conU a pair, at Ashby & MIllspaiiKh, Now baby caM, dnoH nnd cloaks Jiwt re coivotl ut Oakloy iM Co. 'a. LadiiB should coll and so Fred Schmidt's now drew tootls, U17 O street. Improved bhower for Turkish linths nt 1010 O street, tutxeiui'iit Union block. lleforo iiiMtrlui; look up tho Mutual I.lfu lusurauco Compnny of Now Yoik. Only llaco in Lincoln that uses mine ml water in hit lis Is at 1010 O htroet. TheMiiKjuririiclllo railroad run froo recllii ini: chair cars on all through train. Liuihcnpo ganlonlu skillfully dono by Sawyer & Mosher. Telephono 101. Uvliea K ,u U Johnston's, MH O street, for bangs, sultcueH, oriiuiueuts, etc. In going eiiHt tako ths Chicago llyer via tho Kifcliui 11 and O, : N, W. ronto. lUxiit TuiLoy, Uixxi uud nil kinds of iitcuU at I)ou t'uiiiL'ioii' everyday for dinner. IjidloulittlrilreMlng in all tho latent fash Ions dono by Miss Johnston, 11H O street. For inforinutlon concerning nnd inteato western poluta apply ut 115 S. Tenth street. - Doctor 11, F. Halley, olllco nud residenco or. of Thirteenth und Q slreou. Tel, 017. llwlillng plimts, cut llowors, etc ,ntSuwyor & Monher'H, MuhoiiIo Teiuplo. Telephono 101. llayduii U now inuking cablnut photograph for (3,00 a down. Thoy nro tho ilnest In tho ouy, fPS &.P. BODDY 8HAFTO NOVELTIES A (irnnil Trent III Mont for Lincoln .Inn mill mill Kith. Among thn many novelties that Mr. Mnh cr will Introduce In thin rhlldrcim' .lny mo Tho minuet from "Krinlnle," tho wax doll Qinlrill, nli Duteh danco, llunicurliiii Ma xurka, Irlh Jig, HimiuIkIi iliuice, TiimtKiurina daiuv, rn-nrf ilaiuv, llliig, hornplH, skipping loiiiilatici, wind Jig, iixptetto iKilka, Imhy dance, eupld daniii, (te. TieketafiOi', reMTlr-l KvitacoutaoxUtii, may lw had twodiiynln a tvnucont thooMia hoiiKiinuil at tho door. U llatr, Joweler, i-Ktiilillkhu-1 1S74, 10IIIOM. 1 Addltlounl liK-nl and society matter en Migo live. Mm. V. K. Yntw N vUltlng In KniHirlii, Kiiiimw. Mr. Ij. II. Wilcox left Thunvlnv for llenu inont, Cat, Orleutnl laiiw, A ivnta a yard, at Anhhy A; Millnpaugh. Kjcyittliiit laiiM, A cviitu uyniil, nt Ashby tc Mlllaugh. Now Fiench NiteniN Just rtKiilvwl at Oak ley & Co.'. Mr. and Mm. Toil W'llion left Monday for lndmiiiiKll. Mr. V. K. Farmer 1 t'tm uoxi Monday to hi California homo. Manager MelloynolcN pjild Omaha 11 IiiimI iicm visit yesterday, lllaek all silk mil la, 13 1-!i conU 11 pair, nt Ashby fie MlllnmuKh. Mlw UlU'hiiick, of Sterling, Is visiting her friend, Mihm Shoemaker. That John Fitrge raid is to build 11 iiiniii moth brick ImslnrHs block Mlx Hawkins rIvn her claxa 11 picnic nt (larlleld 1'ark this afternoon. Hxjlul sain of silk mnbrelliui nud Hirnsoln tliN week at Oakley k Co.V, Aitlllclal teeth liiMTtl without plntw. Kin fit Uoberl, llurr blivk. Mrs. J. S. Small left Thursday for Indian aK)llN, to Ixt gouo all suiumor. Klegant assortment of I'ongeo Silks nt nil prlceant IIerK)lsholmer & Co. MIks Alpha Shoemaker has rotuniixl from her visit to relatives nt Sterling. Mr, f. M. Raymond roturned Wodneailny mini 11 trip to his old lown liomo. Mr. Hokm L. llummnud of tho Fiemout 7'rWiiiiu' whs In tho city Thtirsilny. Tho university exercises will Iw unusually nttractivo and Interesting this year. landlord Koggeu In making some Impmvo inonts in his jHipulur hotel, tho Capital. Messrs. Ilnnleuburg, limit, nud Kitchen loft AVcdnosdiiy for tho l'nelllo const via U 1". Tho best 11 vo and ten cent clgnra in thu city can bo found at O. 11. Chapmnn's, 1121 O St. Mr. lil TAiubeth, 11 facial lendor of No hraskn City, was n Lincoln visitor Thursday. The Alumni of tho High school will eu'er tain Its fi lends ut Masonic Tvmplo Friday c tnlng. That lllnhi'i for picsldeul and Cleveland for vlco-prortldeiit would iiinkn n good ticket for lS. Mr. Sol Hymnl, one of Mucolu's oldest eitl zeus, dieil Tilesduy from tho effects of blood M)lsoniu. Attorney (luneral Imwh returned Wedntw day from a ten days' trip In Colorado mil Wyoming. Mrs. Dr. I'ressou and childt'en letiirmsl Saturday from a visit to their old homo, IVorla, 111. Mr. R. 11. Oakloy nud family will start for a sixty days trip to California nud tho west, about Juno 10th, Scrlhuera mngaiuo and tho CouitlKU will bo Mint to any nildii"Moneyeiirfor$!l.!M. Let us hear from vol". I'rof. Ue-vscy loft yesbirdfiy for tho east, whuro ho will siieml 11 fow weeks, and thon pioctHil to Kuropo. Owing to thocrowdod condition of this jingo to day, much of our tegular matter has been placed on llfth mgo. Tho picnic season has fulrly lM-gun to bud, nnd from now on tho festUo outdoor nmusiv meut will bo all tho go. Mrs. C. U. Auinan nrrivot on Wednesday, from California and is visiting with friends and relatives in this city. Humors run riot in tho blood nt this season. Hood's Sai-Nipai ilia expels ovory impurity nnd vitalizes nnd enilches tho blood. Sir. Ihos. C. Munger, onti of our rising joung attorneys, left Thursday for Cedar Falls, Iowa, on business strictly business, Mr. II. V. I-nu left Tuesday for Now York, from which point he sets sail for llremen to day. IIo will Ik absent about thrtHi mouths, Tho senior class of tho high school went down to Creto Wednesday on a picnlo ex cursion, w hero they remained nil dai'. Thoy rejsirt n splendid time. Mrs. Henry I'foltr will Iwivo shortly for Creto, w hero sho w ill simiihI sovernl woeks with hor parents, ufterwnnls going to Now Y01 k on nn extondwl visit, Mr, A. Nash, tho geuiloumu from Omaha, who has boon In the city for sovoral duya past in tho interest or tho Y. M. C. A. build Ing movomsnt, lenviw for Peru today for a day's visit but will return Monday, Dr. and Mi's. I.nuo returned from their thrco weeks' visit to Ohio uud Indiana Tues day. Thoy report having had a vory pleas ant time while gone, and had tho pleasure, of meeting lion, Hen Harrison w Idle in Indiana. A mooting of traveling men wns hold in tho city last Sunday, nt which memorial restitution? wero adopted on tho death of Mr. J. W. Anderson, a well known knight of the grip, whoso docenso was announced Inst weel Tho elegant engraved Invitations Ksuh1 yesranhiy by tho University cadets for tho Lieut, Dudley's reception to night ut thestnU capital, weio Issued from this olllco nnd a fair lecluinn of tho work turned out by the CouilIKlt. Whooping roiijcli and croup oro robbed of nil dangerous consequences by tho frco if" of CliamlKTlnln's Cough Remedy. It cm nl ways Ihj rolled upon, is pleasant to tnko, and contains no injurious substances, Sold by W. J. Turner. Tho Kplscopal people held 11 very pleasant social Wiilni'Mlny evening nt tho residenco of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. A. Sercer, Twonty soventh and O streets. Thoevenlngwiw vory pleasantly K'iit at tlio ilsual pastimes, over 11 hundrisl persons participating' Tho Abliott memorial services no hold by lh Odd Follows and Roliokah degree lo lges lust evening. The exercises conslstid of vocal nud instrumental inusio anil aililriivsos uy prominent iiiembcni of tho onlor. Wo go to pi ess too early for 11 detailed mention, Thu young jsjoplo af draco church have or giinlzisl a society of Christian Endeavor, with tho follow lug olllcers; W. II. I'atuioro, picsldontj Uortlo M. llnitlett, vlcopresideiit; II. S. Fow lor, recording secretary; JcmiH llauiii,corrcsiHmdlng secretary; Klincr Rico, tieasurer. nenumil-or that vigllanco Is tlio prico of life as well ns of HlH-rty. Only thoso who tnko good euro of tlmlr health enjoy 11 riw oldngo, Tliosowho wish to, should keep their liver nnd l els regular by an occa sional doso of St. Patrick's I'ills, the best made. Bold by W. J. Tumor. BUSINESS ON THE BURLINGTON. What tli It nail I DiiIiik. tlmllffeol nftli" I SI like, Improvements, I'.tr, Now, tho great lliirllngtoii strike is ovsr and local commerce generally has ivlud Into Its former chnnncl of prosierlty, n rejsor ter In n fow momenta chnt with city iMissenger agent Zolmergnlmsl name information regard ing things on the track of this contluetitnl highway. "How Is the strike now, Mr. Zoimerr" snid tho scrils'. "Well, my frlnnil, around hero wu know of no such n thing ns n strike nnd lmr not for several weeks. Our trains nro running with thormnn punctuality us previous to thn sti Ike, and thu fact that once In a groat while a train is lata has nothing todo with tho pi esont engineers, for by tlmo thoy nro fully acquainted with the road and understood their work equally as well as tho old employees." In answer to whether tho strike has any ofTrcton tho business now, Mr. Zelmer re plied: "Our business from and to Ltuu"ln, was never better. Trains nro always full and often times so full that wo llnd It necessary to put our strongest engines oil to pull them. Wu have two trains in the afternoon to Omaha numlx'rs 1 nud tl, running about two hours apart; notwithstanding tho short tlmo betw een the two, both aro nearly always crowded. You notice wo had to attach nn extra car to No. 'J, to accomniishito tho travel. This does not look as though the past strike Is having n very dlsasti ous elfect on tho comjinny's busi ness." "How do you find travel generally, Isith (ast and west at this time nnd how docs It couiiaro with pluvious seasons!" was next nsked. "My rewrt for A ny, Just finished shows that for that month this year, our busi ness has lieen larger than last audthatrniel generally has been of a better class, there bo Ing more first claw tickets sold, largely to set tlers In this state nnd thoso going out wero usually ticketed through to eastern tioluts. Tho joason of such Increase in business this season is perhaps tho round trip rates being ottered by tlio company nnd tint ndvertised at tractions all over tho country." "I am told that the Uurllngton will soon put on n vestibule train service; havo you had any ndviees nbout It yet? "Well, nothing delluite," was tho railroad man's reply. "I am informed that our Hue will adopt tho vestibule service, and tiro having the cars inndo especially, but when they will lio out nnd run on tho Chicago-Denver scrvico is hni d for mo to say. o wevcr I can stnto that they will bo as lino ns the flncst and as heretofoio tho Uurllngton will havo nothing but tho very best." A Nobby .low el ry More. Among recent improvements mndo In vari ous business houses about town this spring, the store of Mi. L. liarr, 1010 O street, pre sents a very elegant npearanco. This sioio wns formerly occupied Jointly by Mr. Harr and Clason & Fletcher, the former having but one-fourth of the room for tlio display of ui stock. Mr. Harr has tho entire eant side of tlio store now, which he has filled with handsome now wall and counter show envs uud other lino fixtures. Having more room, now, he his laid in n much larger stock, and will Ikj pleased to talk diamonds, watches, jewelry, etc., to all. Call and see him, A llli: llarKiiln. Twenty do. 1 lack silk mitts, 13 1-3 cents a pair, nt Ashby it Mlllspaugh's. I'lir Kent, Furnished loom for rent, ono University. Rensonablo lutes. North Klovouth street. block from Call nt(!37 .Mr, .Mull lei's I'lrst Soiree At Masonic Temple will occur. Thursday, Juno 7, at 8 to 13 p. in. Admission, gentle- limn tl.AO Including ladies. -Mr. Mahler would 1h) pleased to have his friends nnd for mer pupils attend. Curds may he procurod of Mr. Muhlor at tho Windsor Hotel, nud nt the door. Uheiip mill Altogether l.oely. Tho U. it M. half faro excursion of Junoflth to Salt Iiko City and return promises to ecllpo nil previous trips of the kind, as it pro vides for stop over at nny point, thus enabling imsseugors to visit Colorado Springs, Muuitoti (Inrdon of tho Gods, Uto 1'ass, Glen Kyrio, Pike's Peak, Roval George, Marshall Pass, Dlack Canon of the Gunnison, nud iill)oluis of Interest in and ulxxittho City of tlio Saints, inoludlng tho Templo Tabernacle, Urighiiu Young's famous residences, tlio "Ileo Hive," and "Lion Houm," and u drive out to thn Great Salt Lake Ticket at half rates may ld obtained nt H. fit M. depot, or lit city olllco, corner O and 10th streota A. C. Zikmkii, City Pass, nnd Ticket Agent. I.. I. T. CO. Will get your Sunday Mull from the Post olllco and deliver at your house, or olllco. Telephono 100. Itouuil Trip, Tourist, unit Mummer lie nor t Tickets, Tho Elkhorn Valley Lines aro now selling tickets of tlio abovo class to tho following IKiinta; Long Pino, Ncbr., Douglas, Wyo., Dakota Hot Springs and Rapid City, Dak., Spirit Iiko, la., Minneapolis, St. Paul, Du 1 ii tli, Superior, Ashland, Hayfleld, nnd Wash burn, nud via St. Paul to Portland, Oregon, Tacomn, W. T., and Victoria, IJ. C. For full particulars of route, rates, etc.. call on or wrlto Geo. R. Forcsninn, Agt., 115 8 10 bt. Lincoln, Nebraska. Lincoln Omulin, A coach will hero after bo attached to H. & M. train No. 2 (the llyer) for tho conveulouce cf Li ncoln-Omnha issengerii. Local tickets will bo accepted on this train, A. C. Zeimkii. City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Special sale of wraps and Jackets at Oak- loy A Co,'s. Goto Oakloy & Co, for black nnd ecru tlounciiigs, Heclal salo of cmbroiderys this wwk at Oakloy & Co.'h. A ccnta a yard buys ocru laces worth 10, at Ashby & Mlllspaugli's. After tho club pintles, go to Ilrown's new isifd for a delicious lunch, Call at U3ii O stroet for choice odors in rfumcs and lino toilet soiin, G, II, Chap man. Take your lunches nt Rrown's restaurant, in Windsor block, North Eleventh street. Burvico unequalled. The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Now Vork. W. R. Hastings, District Munagcr, room Ml, llurr block. Hrown's restaurant, in Windsor Illock, North Eleventh street, Is the neatest nud nob biest resort In tho city. Ask your nelgliboru how they like their Alaska refrigerators. There nro more of them in use in tills city than all others. Sold by S. C. EllloH. Consumers of cliolco hams will pleuso bear In mind I urn tlio only agent in Lincoln for tho celebrated U. W. Keys' brand, of Des Moines, Town. I), K. Cumminqb, 1130 0 St What gasoline stovo shall wo buy) The Quick Meal, of course. It has been sold hero over since, gusoliuo stoves wero made, und there aro more Quick Meals in uso toduy than all other gasolino stoves made. SPRING SEASON 1888, r-n- Globe One-Price Clothing House. Is now showing an elegant line of New Spring Styles IN- fflens, Youths, Boys and All the Latest Novelties and Nobby Designs are included in our Complete Assortment, to which we invite an early in spection. TI-IE GLOBE One-Price Clothing House. E. M. EISFELD & CO., Proprs. COU. O AND TENTH STS. FOR THE SPRING TRADE SILK i MADRAS CHENILLE CURTAINS- Willi Sash Curtains to match. The Nobbiest Line of Curtains of nil kinds In both American nnd Foreign Textures. CURTAIN POLES AND RINGS In the Latest Novelties of Wood and Metal. Prices Uock Bottom. A. JVI. Da. vis & Sor). Egyptian & Oriental laces 5 CENTS A YARD. BLACK SILK MITTS 12 l-2CentsaPair. ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH. Double Store Under Opera House. FOR FINE) TRADE. ED. CERF & CO., '.KCi O STREET. Hnvo just received a largo and elegant lino of Gold mid Silver headed Fino Silk UMBRELLAS A.N D CAN ES Of tho latest designs. Also their now Invoice of STYLISH : SPRING : CLOTHING. Underwear, Soft and Stiff Hate, etc. Uo to Ed Corf & Co., for your Gent's Furnishings and AVOID PAYINO FANCY PRICES. JOYCE, CHOCEMI LLINERY, North i$th Street, OMAHA. 123 LINCOLN ICE COMPANY, tar PURE I ICE jnynynynynyc-itf: 1 OFFICE 104,0 1 O STREET itsUjl xiixtuxiLjTusit Not cut from the Flllliy Halt Cicck but from the Clear and Pure Wntcrk of --OAK CREEK- Delivered lo all p.irts ot the city nt reasonable prices. EHIE Children's Fine Suits. iar t$ rvs 7$ z$rw J- TELEPHONE Il8 NUMBER '.tilt rttjAT xiurtt jAtjl .4 tfajfilHt,.'& '-.Igs x U:M. "iA. Lli- AUiifL i .- j hi.ei.