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FOR THE SPRING TRADE
SILK MADRAS CHENILLE
With Sah Curtainn to match. The Nobbiest Line o( Curtain of nil kinds In both
American and Foreign Texture.
CURTAIN POLES AND RINGS
In the LateU Novelties of Wood ami Metal. Price Rock Bottom.
A. M. Davis & Sorj,
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
REGADDLESS OF COST.
Having decided to go out of the dry goods business, under
the hope of improving my health.
I Will offer all goods at 25 per cent "off the origina
price, except "Domestics" which' we, will close at cost
O. R. OAKLEY Zk CO.
1031 O Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
FOR FINE TRADE.
ED. CERF & CO.,
005 0 STREET.
Have just received n largo and elegant lino of Qold and Silver headed
Of tho latest designs. Also their now invoice of
STYLISH : SPRING : CLOTHING.
Underwear, Soft and Stiff Hate, etc.
GotoPMCerf&Co., for your Gent's FurnlshlnKs and AVOID
PAYING FANCY PRICES.
LINCOLN ICE COMPANY,
&- PURE -sa
B. O STREET 4
njic $t.tit yxjh. sbSt
Not cut from the Filthy Salt Creek but from the Clear and Pure Waters of
Delivered to all parts of the city at reasonable prices.
123 North 15th Street,
For MAN !
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LITTLE LIVE LOCALS.
A Melnnnn of ttrnm, IVmiiiiitl nmt Other
Wine About Our People.
Go out to Cuthmau park tomorrow,
Mr. .1. C. Klcr and mm lift Monday for
Mr. J. A. Harrett N summcriUK at Like
Row O. A. William left Tlmtrday for
Mm. F. F. Hoo-m In vIsIHiir friends and
rclnttvr In Illinois.
Hon. Patrick Krhh left Tuesday on a IiukI
nous trip to Chicago.
Kluirr llonlilo, I. C WIo and Im WtMil
sjHMit last Buudny In Oinalia.
Mrss Helen Merrihow left WednrMlny for n
several weeks vacation to Duluth, Mln.
Will MeAitlmr returned yeterday fixim
ills sovoral weeks vacation in Missouri.
Mrs. J. 7,. Ilrlscoo and i1aii;hter loft Mon
day for Pueblo, Col,, for n six weeks' out-
Hon. Alexis Halter returned Thursday
from Colorado, where his family is summer
iiR. Itov. O. A. William and wife left Thursday
for u visit to his former homu in Philadel
phia. Miss MattloOillpipio Is spuiidltiK thn sum
mor at York with her sister Mrs. Harry
Miss Laura Easferday left Monday for
BnuttHto Marie, Mich., to spend tho summr
A comjiany of Chinese gave a plcashi); en
tertalnmontat the First Daptlst church Mon
Mrs. Hurr II. Polk, mother and daiiKhter,
left Wednesday for Uayflold, Vls., to stend
Train loaves at 2:!K) p. m. tomorrow for
Ctishman jmrk and ntturns nt 7:110. Hound
trip 1ft cent.
Mrs. T. II. Hyde, wlfn of the senior of the
AVte, Is scudlni; a few weeks nt her old
homo In Illinois.
llev, Iiewls (Jregory of tho First Congro
Kational church Is spending his vacation at
Dr. Holyoko ix'turncd Saturday from Iowa
after having passed nearly two weeks In the
Tho board of mnnngers of tho state fair
will meet at the Windsor next Wednesday
in n businehs X'snIou.
Mrs. J, E. Hill and daughters of llcatrlce,
nro vMt'stg IV vaptuiti, who Is the govern
.8 private secretary,
Sllss Omin II. Wwmr will lei'rto Wwlues
day for Albany, N. Y, where she intends
spending several months visiting.
Itov. A. Marino of Bt. Paul's is lying very
ill at the iwi'sonngt', and fears are expressed
that his sickness may result fatally.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Iieeson anticipate with
pleasure a summer trip of several weeks, leav
ing hero about the middle of August.
Lincoln seems to have Its full pioto of ten
cent circuses. Itanium, Septemlwr 18th will
be the first good show of tho season.
Mr. L. C. Humphrey and family left Mon
day afternoon for Wisconsin, where they
projwso remaining until about Septemlwr 1st
Mr. M. Ackennan of tho Famous loft Wed
nesday for a three weeks trip to New York
and Saratoga, combining buslnen h pleas
ure. Mrs. A. E. Kenuai d and Mrs. J. E. Itlggs
left Thursday for a months' stay In Indiana.
IndfauoioU will be their principal stopping
Mrs. Itewlck leaves next Wednesday foran
extended eastern trip of soveral weeks. Mr.
Itewlck will visit most of tho time near Troy,
Do you suffer from scrofula'salt rheum, or
other humors Take Hood's 8arsaiarllla, the
great blood purifier. One hundred doses one
The night force of tho Col'iukh desires to
return thanks to Mrs. II. W. Drown for u Jar
of delicious buttermilk sent to the olllce last
Miss Grace Wood of Trover, la,, arrived in
tho city Wednesday for a soveral weeks visit
at the Zchruug mansion comer Eleventh and
Mr. D. Hayes, managing editor Df tho Jour
nal, was summoned Thursday to tho bedside
of his father, who is lying very ill at his homo
Mr. E. E. Henklo went to Kearney on n
liuslnetts trip in the Interest of his Iioumj, Zeh
rung, llurnes & Henkle. Ho visited other
poiutit while gone,
LADIES, before making your denature
for tho summer vacation don't fall to call and
order fome of our new culling cards which
wo will print on short notico.
The unreprcssihlo C. E. Ferguson, travel
ing representative for Eastman's delicious
perfumes and extracts Is in the city and will
sjieud Sunday at the Windsor.
Our genial friend John Detts can nowadays
le found at H. II. Ihirnham's otllco In lllch
ard'n block. Mr. lhirnliam Is now rusticating
in the east and John has charge.
Zehrung &. Dunn's new fountain is n big
drawing card to East 0 streeters. It attracts
l'oplo from far and near, as the fcoda dcxuii
sed is of tho finest and purest served hi Liu
coin. Mr. A. II. Harrington, deputy clerk of tho
district court, was called to Earlvillo, III.,
Tuotidny by a telegram announcing the serl
ous illness of his father who is visiting at that
H.J. Green and wife who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Iieeson, returned to
their home in Lofayette, Ind., Sunday, ac
companied by Miss Kate Miller, sister of
Mr. Falkeuburg and wlfo returned 'Wed
nesday from Stiang, where they had sieut
several daj s. Mrs. Falkeuburg and child left
Thursday for Gnrdey, Neb,, whero she will
Tislt several weeks.
MK II. II. Oakley, who was called home on
account of tho O. H, Oakley the, exacts to
return again and complete hU California visit
as soon as Insurance agents adjust the claims,
nnd Mr, Oakley expects to start next week.
A party of eight left Monday for tho cool
and Inviting resort at Maultou to s)K.'iid the
rest of the summer. They were J, '.. Uiiseo
and wife, Mrs. MeWhlnnie, Mr. and Mr. W.
P. Phillips, Mlfs Mary Wukoland and .Mrs. J.
C. Kler nnd sou.
M. A. New mark, tho energetic managing
partner of tho Globo clothing houso, left
Tuesday for New York on his semlaiihual
purchasing trip. Ho will lie gone about three
weeks and when ho returns look out for tho
very latest and best,
Mr. Ed Hlgnell has chargo of the eastern
division of the Ilurllngton during I). E.
Thompson's absence in Europe. Mr, Hlgnell
lias removed his family to the cltv, ami ore
onco more enjoying tho delights of' living In
thu best and prettiest city In the west.
Mm. O. Adler and Mrs. M, Kohn of Seward
and Mis. M. Kohn of Nebraska City, threo
inter, visited In Lincoln Wednesday, whero
a sort of periodical union was enjoyed, sliov
plug and taking in the sights of this festive
capital city. The ladles returned on tho even
To ttiit Teiielirrs or I.nnrantpr fount y Wed
One of the most enjoyablo reception evei
held in the city was given Wednesday oven
lug by MesM-s. I.llllbrldgo & ltooo of tin
Lincoln HiHiicm College to tho lincastei
county teachers, A very cntci tabling pro
gram hail leon prepared, and tho rooms weu
crowded with Lincoln's lest jHsiplo.
Thn first uumlier was a solo by Mlm Nan
ulo Lllllhildgo,oue)f Lincoln' sweet singers,
followed by an addroni on "Higher Educa
tion" by Prof. tauo. Ml Nellie Young wu
next on the program witlia violin solo, which
was heartily applauded.
Mr. W, H Huirmau followed with an ex
cellenlly rendensl rondhig, "Aux Halloim,1'
This was Mm Huiriimn's llrst nptiit alien 1k
fore a Lincoln audlenco n u nailor, and Hit
appUuso given ludlcattMi tho luipivsslon hoi
ability made uion tho audlenco.
Mis hthol howc. whoso attalumeiite everv
Llncolnlle knows, sang tho "Echo Hong1' In
her usual brilliant maimer, and received an
enthuslnstlc rm'orc. Itov. Allen next deliver
cdn pleasing address, follow (si by Miss PcshIc
Ijiiio, n i Wng young elocutionist with ono of
her HpuIar sehvtlons.
Prof. V, I). McClmky, county suH'rluleud
ant, inado a fewietuaiks, MUs Howe sang
another solo, Prof. Hunt read a selection, the
Gaeckler Itros. artlJL. T. Gaylonl closing the
prograin with ono of their splendid r.lthei
and guitar ducts, which wasluartllyapplaud
ed, A pleasant informal social followed, and
the audlenco dlHrHd with the tatlsfactlou tl
nil evening well sjient.
I.iieul Mini l'eriMinl.
Mr. Kobert Melleynolds has securoil tho
lease of tho new Ixivo opera houso at Fre
mont, and will open tho samo some time In
Novoinlier. Hob has a thorough knowledge
of tho ins nnd outs of thn theatrical business,
nnd will give Freuiontem the best attractions
Mn, Harry Hotton, who linslin'iiuMiUVit'i
for a uumlier of yearn front n complication
of diseases died at her homo In this city Tiles
day morning. Thn remain were taken to
Unadllla for liiternieut. The deleaved Iiiir
Inud has the Hympathy of many fi lends In
hi time or tril.
Dr. Nuually, who halls from Kiiusa City,
made nu autl-prolilbitioii sjKMich .)ii Govern
ineiitHipiiireou 'I'm lay evening ton largo
audience, ThU Is rather a novel Idea, and as
tho gentleman wishes to divide his time any
owning with n prohibition scakor, lively
times liny bo looked for.
Mr. Audiii informs (lie CoimtKH that the
concert preared for tomorrow nt Cimlimiin
)nrk Is the most cxKnlvo ho hasyet furnish
ed. The high class of the ifillslo rendered
will prove tho most artistic success tho park
has had this s'iisoii. Go out ot i!:!ll) p. m. to
llrlck work on tho now Zehrung block cor
ner Twelfth and N streeUhas been coiumenc
esl, and it is exiH-cted that tho building will
lw ready for occupancy by November first.
Each room will bo supplied with water, both
hot nnd cold, hrnled liy steam and in short
will contain all modern Improvements. The
third Moor will lie used as a lodge room,
CouuiEli renders will oblige tho publishers
by sending In the names of all such tieoiiln as
are sjiendlng tho summer abroad. On our
eighth page will bo noticed a long lint of Liu
collides who nro abroad and as It Is our aim to
get this list complete wo kindly request you
to assist us in furnishing snch desired infor
mation as you may be ablo to Impart,
Tho Springfield, O., AVim of last Sunday
contained the following: W. S. Huffman,
founder of Lincoln, Neb., Ixsigo, No. b(), and
Post Kxaltod Huler or Hpringllold Lodgo.No.
ftl, siK'iit several davs in this city with his im-
rents last' week, curoute from New York city
and the east whore ho attended the grand
lodge. Ho was looking and feeling well and
was warmly welcomed liy hl host of friends
EvorylKxly is a disgusted at tho slowness of
the lwuing contractors hi putting tho streets
lu presentablo condition. It is very true that
such a careless matliod or doing buslnosH Is
very aggravating, but any ono so a filleted is
cordially InviW to drop into Hallett's and
reat their eyes and gratuy their sonso or
the beautiful by examining his excellent as
sortment of jewelry, diamonds and precious
stones of nil kinds. Our number Is 11!) North
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Zlemcr will return in a
day or two from Dunvlllo whero they have
Ikvii visiting tho past week. Noxt week, oc
roiniMinled by Mm. H. P. Foster, they will
start on an extended tour of tho east, taking
In Now York, Washington, Saratoga and the
fashionable seaside resorts. The CouitlKll
tenders tho party Its slncerest wishes for a
Bate and enjoyable trip and trusts tho recro
atlon and absenco from home for a mouth
w ill prove beneficial to all.
Mm. Foreman has lcen busy tho past week
arranging her damage! stock of fancy goods
prejwiratory to disposing of tho entire lot.
There was, however, scarcely anything suvul
and nearly everything has soino damaging
inaik. Mrs. Foreman has rented the west
half of Mr, Hair's jewelry store, 10111 Ostreet,
and will occupy It about 8iptmbor first with
a complete new i,tock which she will iersou
ally select in New York, leaving for the oast
Tho windows of the Famous have lieen nr
rayed in political festoons, the east window
Iwing tastefully decorated with democratic
emblems, lumdamias and a cabinet picture of
O rover C,'lovo:and, while tho west window
shows tho Amerloin fiag handkerchief and
otherartlclesem' natico.'i epjbllcan m i d
victory, with tho word "Protection" plain y
displayed. Mr. Hussol llrydon is the artist
and the windows reflect credit on the youu
man. Peep in and see them as you pass tho
ojtera house corner.
Mr. Geo. H. Knowics was pleasantly sur
prised Tueulay evening while sitting ipiletly
at homo by a number of friends nnd neigh
Ixirs entering in a body nnd informing him
that as on mat day he attained the dignity
of thirty threo yearn or ngi, It was but meet
that It should bo projieiiy celebrated. After '
receiving tho congratulations of Ids guests,
Mr. Knowies invited them to make them
selves nt home, and tho ensuing houm were
pleasantly sjient at caiils, social couveivitlou
and kludrisl amusemeiits, a substantial siis
tier lecelving duo attention. It was a very
agrecabla occasion, and will long Ihj remei. -tiered
by tho particlimiitf,
Tho hiiiiuiH'r Is Horn.
This may boom rather a jiLvullar remark to
make, but it's true nevertheless nnd while
las.slng up O street yesterday our genial
fiind DonnU, tho oiHira house hattor, In
formwl us that his lino of summer coats and
vests, In silk or llannel, were never liner and I
not only has ho a lino of line gcsxls but In I
medium grades ns well, ranging from f 1 60
to $10 and tho prices being cut so low now n
to affonl every ono n thin, cool and comforta
ble garment, HU lino of light stiff hats are
also being sold at prices cheaper than ever at
this uvuion of tho year. Go and seo Dennis
and let hltn show you how to keep cool.
Light colored hats, coats and vests are tie
lug sold nt and Mow cost to close out the
stock. Look nt tho prices marked on goods
lit Dennis' whitlow as you us the store.
Great corset sale at HerjioMilemer & Co.
Special intention is paid to
All the New Shades.
All the New Fabrics.
J. E. MILLER'S
145 South Tenth Street,
That wc keep n general assortment of
And Gents' Furnishings.
All the Latest styles in Collnrs, nnd the season's novelties In Ncckwcnr. FINK
LINHN COLLARS, n't cr.s. Call and sec us If you want to get good In our llf 3
Just ten per cent cheaper thun at nny other house In town,
BAKER, The Clothier,
1125 O STREET.
THE PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWER.
This is the only mower made that vill cut high grass. Guar
anteed to give satisfaction. Call and see it.
ZEHRUNG & HENKLE,
Full line of Door and Window Screens, Cutlery, cte.
Quick Meal Stove.
BUDGE & MORRIS,
1 122 IT Street.
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