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A tVpular raprr of Modtrn Ttmt.
Saturday Evening, Sept, 8, '88
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Couihkii readers going nwny for tlio sum
mrr can Itnvo tlio paper sent to tholr now nil
dress, wltliutit cxtin charge, by notifying
HerpolslieiM & Co.,
Tlio Courier Can lio I'liuiiit At
Windsor Hotel Now Stand,
Capital llotul News Hlnml,
CMcH'm Dining Hull Now Htmut.
Clason A Hotelier's, 1111) O Htrcot.
A.T. I.imlnACt., llCWOHlrcol.
TlioClnlhnm Nous Hiatal, US South llth Ht.
Keith 11m., Ill Ninth lltli Httcol.
Kit. Yuiiiik. Ia o Hired.
Katon AHnillh, tIIOt.
J. BtrlnlicrR, 0 st, op. postofllcit,
llrown' L'nfo, mr Windsor hotel,
DUN LAP HATS
Men's Furnishing Goods.
W. R. DENNIS, 1 137 O.
Tlio CoimiKii will not lto responsible for
any debts made by nny 0110 In Its mime, un
less n written ordor nccomiinulcri tho samo,
proerly signed, of course.
Vkhhki. & DonniMH. rrnp'rs.
l.ncnl unit remount.
Tnko Turkish nt 1010 O street,
Llneoln Ico company, puro It 0.
Tho bt Ten. 8. P. Steven & Co.
VhltobrMst Coiil nnd Llmo Company,
Hallct, diamonds nnd watches, I l!l N llth.
Bawyer & Mosher, florists, Masonic Temple.
Mineral water used for bathing, 1010 O st.
Trlckoy &Co,,wholosa)oand retail JowolerB.
U llurr, Jeweler, established 187-1, lOlOOst.
Don Cameron. 1020 0 street, for lunches
Perfection bustle, l)ost made, nt Herpolshol
Cnnon City Coal nt tho Whltcbrcost Coal
and Lime Co.
Great cut In prices of table Uncus nt Hor
pslshchuer & Co.
Horpolshelmcr & Co. offer n fluo f 3.00 spur
111: hoeo for (1.25.
Try some of tho fluo fresh fish served ovory
ilav nt Cameron's.
Canon City Coal again nt tho Whltebrenst
aland Llmo Co.
nonjit moats, and vegetables of nil kinds nt
Cameron's Lunch House.
Hoc Herpolshelmcr & Co's. lino of gnu 10
vests at tholr special sale'.
A drop In both prices nnd stock of dry
goods nt II. It NIssley & Co.
Visit tho nent Ico cream ami oyster parlors
Wldinan Bros, 1210 O street.
Ice cream, oysters and fluo confectionery
nt Widman Jlros, 1310 O street
Improved shower for Turkish iwtlis at 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Full lino of light colored surahs J tut opened
very low nt Ucnolbimer & Co.
Only place in Lincoln that uses mineral
water In bnths Is at 1010 O street,
JJcforo lnsurhig'look up tho Mutual Lifo
Insnranco Company of Now York.
By nil odds tlio (Incut line of pocket cutlery
In the city at Zehrung & Honklo's.
Ilcrpolsholnior & Co. bnvo just opened n
now lino of cream and black jerseys.
Pernperatlon-proof black sattecn, guaran
teed not to crack, at HerpoUliImer & Co,
for Information concerning nnd rates to
western points apply nt 115 8. Tenth street.
Doctor 11. P. Bailey, ofllco and resldenco
of. of Thirteenth nnd O streets. Tel. 017.
Tio display of rich dress materials at
Ashby & Mlllspaugh's Is almost bowilderliig.
Ilnydcu is now making cublnut photographs
for $ J.00 a dozen. Thoy aro tho finest In tlio
Tnko tho Elkhorn-C. & N. W. route
vestibule sloojior to Chicago and tlio east Al
ways on time.
Toko tho Klkhorn-C. & N. W. route
vestibulo sleeper to Chicago nnd tho enst.
Always on tlmo.
The Mutual Life Insurance, Co. of New
York, W. B. Hastings, District Manager,
room 53, Burr blsck.
.LADIES, before mnklng your departure
or tho summer vacation don't fall to call and
order some of our now calling cards which
wo will print on short notice.
Round trip tickets to Dakota Hot Springs,
84.:B; Douglas, Wyo., $28.30; Ilaptd City,
$87,15; Long Pine, $12.80. via Elkhorn Hue.
Office US south Tenth street
Drop In ami SCO our elegant lino of corns-
ondence papers, wedding stationery ,engrav-
d calling cards, Dan programs, menus, eta
OMce, 1200 O street, Burr block.
Beautify your lawns by using the celebrated
Pennsylvania lawn mower, made hi two sixes
to cut either long or short gross. Largo line.
JMtrung & Henkles solo agents, 1217 O street
LITTLE LIVE LOCAL8.
A Melanii" of Item, Tnrumml nnd Other
nlio About Our I'ltoole.
Ms Loiilj Hatch h visiting fi lends In
John PUsKornld Is erecting n doublo brick
tenement house of largo proiKirtlom nt High
tootith nnd P.
O, P. Hinges In In Boston purchasing 11
0tonlug week of now fill drygoodint II
It. Nisi ley fc Co.
Mrs. L. O. Pnco In visiting relatives nnd
Friends In tivniiftvllle.
Mrs. Ii.durmitte, af'.ern pleasant vlsltcast,
returned home Pi Iday.
Mrs. Arthur Crnlg nnd MIks Viola Paul, left
Thursday fur Chicago,
Ij. P. Blorrs, nf ter n sovernl weeks stay In
Denver returned Thursday,
Mr. Cha. L. Mellaril, Into of Cauaila, Is
n now resident In Lincoln anil Ims socnrwl an
olllcit hi thn IllchanlM block,
Aro you going to tho fair! Why, of course
you 111-0, you'io a Llncolullo,
Kutlro now stock of Muslin, mid t oar Just
received by Ashby K Mlllspnugli.
Tho Y. M. O. A. began 11 now year of Its
cxUUiitco In Lincoln last Saturday.
Dldyouuototheclrcusf Oli.ycs.of i-ourso,
you simply went to tnko tho children.
II. 11. Nlssley k Co. will oim-ii their now
stow with a largo nnd complete stock.
Th" llanld Transit railway will run Its nirs
direct to tho fair ground next week.
Nearly uvery lino of railroad into Lincoln
luadoni'haiigo in It tlmo card last Sunday.
Pickles on u toothpick will lw given to all
callers at Cushlng's display nt tlio statu fair.
Pickles oil 11 toothpick nt Cushlng'H display
of Huituo'rt celebrated pickles nt tho state
The thoroughfares leading to thu fair
grounds iliould bo tirhiklcil uvery day next
Tho now Zehrung block, corner Tivelflh
and N will Ih ready for occupancy about
Tho fall moetlnir of tho Nebraska clam
bakers will lto held In Lincoln tho latter part
A. H. PleldlLgand wlfo returned Thursday
from Indiana whom they linvo licon enjoying
n month's pleasure trip.
Ashby & Mlllspnugli show tho most ex
(iuIhKc! deslgim In drtH trlmmlngt aver
brought to this market
Tlio various 1C. of P. lodges havo nrranged
to entertain their visiting, brothers in royal
sty'e din lug tho state fair.
Mrs. YV. H. Hulfmauaud twochlldren leave
early noxt week for n visit to tholr former
homo nt Bprluglleld, Ohio.
Indies of Lincoln ni-o Invito 1 to call at
"Jot" dishing' plcklo display nt tho fair
nnd get a pickle on n toothpick.
Hundreds of Lliicolnttcs visited tho Omaha
fair this week. Now then, our nclghlior, wo
will observe an 1 seo If you retaliate.
Mix Denn Ixmils rcturnod homo Batunlay
after having spent n two months visit with
friends and relatives In IiPort, Iiul.
Prwl O. AndrowH portrays tho famous
character of Illp Van Winkle, supported byn
good company, nt tho Funlio tonight
Miss BurrouEliH who has been visiting at
tho resldenco of D. II. Young on K street, re
turned to her homo In Maine Sunday.
Economy nnd strength nro liecullnr to
Hood's Barsaiwrllla, tho only medicine of
which "100 Doses Ono Dollar" Is true.
Elmer Perkins, of tho firm ol Perkins Uros ,
is nt his place of business again after an ab
sencoof thrco weoks, visiting in Michigan.
Ono of tho features of the state fair will bo
tho grand display of Holnzo's pickles, samples
of which will bo given away on n toothpick.
All tho elty banks will closo four afternoons
mxt week commencing Tuesday in order to
nllow their employees to tnko In tho big fair.
Ilov. Alexander Allen left Wednesday, for
Niagara Palis where- ho will join Mrs. Allen.
They will not return until tho first ot October
Harry Dobbins tho junior mciulier of th'o
CouiilKU linn who has been doing tho Colora
do mountain resorts is pxcctcd homo today.
Superintendent C. E. Yates of the B. & M.
telegraph department, with his family havo
returned from tholr summer bojourn abroad.
Plush for dresses is to bo much used this
season. Ashby & Miltspaugh Jshow a most
complete lino of shades from 75 cents n ynrd
up to $2.00.
A numlier of military companies from
various parts of tho statu passed through tho
city Saturday, onrouto to tho Soldiers ic
unlon at Wuhoo.
After n month's recreation In Minnesota
nnd along tho lakes Judgo Field and wife nro
ouco more at homo to nil callers, having re
turned Saturday. ' '
General Van Wyck of Nebraska City is n
frequent visitor to tho state capital nowa
days. Is Micro anything now In politics that
tho General Is after I
Prof. Bossey nnd party havo nrrlved In
Boston from ncross the mighty deep and
expect to 1k in Lincoln In duo season to seo
Nebraska's great fair.
Work on John Fltfgeralds Inrgo brick block
corner of Seventh and P streuts, near tho B.
& M. depot, will commence noxt week. It
will bo flvo storlea high.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Norrls Humphrey returned
Saturday from their eastern trip, ncconipa
nietl by tho father of tho formor who will
visit for n tlmo in this city.
Charles Mayor returned Tuesday from New
York whlthor ho had gono on n purchasing
tour nnd to visit his parents, who are residents
of tho American metrox)lls.
Judgo Parker nnd wlfo loft Sunday for n
thitH) weoks visit to tho old homo in Indiana
and will attend tho Grand Army reunion nt
Columbus before their return.
According to present arrangements tho now
South Lincoln street railway will run regular
trips to tho asylum, nnd round trip tickets
from Tenth and O will lie given nt 25 cents.
Mrs. Wlso nnd daughter Blanche, who
havelieen visiting In tho city for several
montlispast as tho guests of Mrs. Wise's sons,
returned to their Cincinnati homo yesterday.
Miss I. W. Oaroutte, tori orly with Her
lohheimor, returned to Lincoln from her
homo in Dos Moines Monday, to again enter
tho services ot this popular dry goods houso.
J. D. Calhoun Is once more at home. Ho Is
looking well nnd says ho has enjoyed tho trip
very much, and with exception ot tho baby
being somewhat under tho weather Mr. C's.
family is mid has nen very well,
Mrs. William Wilson of Loadville, a sister
of Mrs. J. D. Parish, continued her journey
castwunl Monday for a visit to tho old homo
in Whiteside county, Illinois, where Mrs.
Parish and daughter aro visiting.
ThoiVVir ot last Saturday said: "Co. D,
Nebraska National Guards marched off to tho
tented Held nt Wnhoo today on the train."
This U a new way of inarching and tho query
arises, did tbe guards arrtvo marching!
Misses Itosa and Mamlo McLaughlin
daughters ot Win. McLaughlin, and Jennie
Clilpman, daughter of Jusso Chlpman, left
Wednesday to enter tho convent of tho Im
maculate Conception at Davenport, Iowa.
MANY MATTERS MINCED.
News Noti-s of l.ornl mill (Irnrnil Interest
to Courier Benders.
Hon, V. E. Brown returned homo Thursday
from n trip to Chicago nnd found awaiting
hint ft telegram announcing the serious III
nest of his fathor at Oi laud, Tint. Ho started
on tho next train for his father's hcdsldo.
Mix Martha Ollliort who was detained by
Illness at Nebraska City white oil n visit to
her sister, Mrs. E. H. Hnwley, returned homo
Tuesday much improved, accompanied by
hor mother nnd niece, Miss Bessie ltoblnfon,
Ioulo Meyer returned Monday from Now
York whom ho purchased a hugo stock of tho
latest In dry goods nnd furnishing for his
Tenth street store. Tlio now goods will soon
arrive and as usual I u disposal of nt living
O street In front of tho ComtiKii ofllco and
cast n O ns far ns Fourteenth street his
Ih'eu paved nnd now our lady patrons can
drlvo up to our door to loavo tholr orders, for
either printing stationery or for their favor
ite society Journal.
Photographer Iveltey caught tho shadow of
tho city omploycsof tho Wells Fargo Express
company last week. Tlio hoys, nineteen in
number, had on their uniforms and made a
lino showing. Thonrt wink Is excellent nnd
n specimen of tho Kclley studio.
Brutto, tho tousorlal uitlst who formally
lieM forth In Lyman's billiard parlor, has
openod no again ut 120 South Tenth street.
Ho has four chairs running nnd uxpoi lenccd
workmen always on hand to give customers 11
clean, smooth shavo or nil artistic hair cut
Frank Sheldon nnd Dounlo Mulr with thulr
fnmllloK, who havo been enjoying tourists' life
In Europe, wi lto that tholr tt Ip has la-en ono
of cool mini p'o sure n id Hint barring nllln
terfernncoH they will nil Ivo In New Yoik to
il ty mill bo nt homenbontthellrstot October.
Fred Miller's storo on Ninth sttout near Q
was entered by burglars last Friday For
tuuntely for Prod theru was hut $1.85 In the
drawer, but tb') ptirlulners seemed satisfied
u It It that nnd after s-itlsfylng their want for
cigars and tobacco left tho premises about $10
Tim ladles ot tho Universal church who havo
completed nil arrangements for the opening of
Ihelr-dhtlng hall on tho fair grounds, same as
last year, will surro uxcellont meals ut reason
nblo pi Ices. En cry thing will lw "home cook
ed" and served under tho direct supervision of
Tho city council was In special session Wed
nesday to taku siwclul steps regarding tho
use of city water. It Is probable that at
Mondays meeting tho council will older all
water usisl fur lawns discontinued us tho
pressure-Is not strung enough to protect the
city In enso of lire.
Mr. It. Lawlor, of tlio Grand Central dry
goods houso returned Saturday from New
Yoik whero ho purchiised tho largest and
llnest stock of fall goods over soon In Lincoln.
Our numerous lady readers will do well to
wait and soo tho many no cities Mr. Lawlor
will Have to show, before long,
A driver on tho Fourteenth Btrcet car lino
died of heumioraga Wednesday while on duty
He was walking through tlio car and before
reaching tho further end seemed exhausted
iio sat down mid expired. Ho has a wlfo ami
six children. Tlio remains wilt bo sent to his
former homo in Pennsylvania.
Tho now store looms of Hardy & Pitcher
on Eleventh street will bo tho handsomest
nnd most modern of any thing In tho furniture
business west of Chicago., '1 ho UOUUIEll is
pivitsed to note tho progressive strides mndo
tiy tho llrm, both of whom nro young men,
and we w Ish them nil (Misslblo success.
Loon Elsfolld formerly of this city and mm
of tho senior partner ot E. M. Elsteltd & Co's
Globe clothing houso arrived In tho city Wed
nesday from Burlington, where ho now re
Bides, lie is looking well, nnd has many
f.ienils hero who aro pleased to moot him
and ho is delighted to got back for a visit.
Ho returns In about ten days.
Mrs. A. W. Janson after n delightful summer
spout in tlio cool resorts ot tho Bockieiln Can
iida, retui ned homo Thursday. Mrs. Janson
speaks in pleasant terms regarding tho Can
udlati summeitng iolntH nnd says that during
most of tho time tluuneU were worn to keep
comfortable. Mrs. Janson was accomNiulcd
homeward by her mother, Mrn.Murphy.
C. E. Collier w ho recently went into tho far
northwest to seek fnmo and foituno has le
turued to Lincoln mora pleased that! ever
with his former homo. Mr. Collier docs not
think Idaho nnd tlie north west Is what lioain-
cr crack It up to bo and like hundreds of
other Is confident that Nebraska Is yet far
ahead of them. Tho CouiilKU welcomes Mr
Collier back to his first love.
G. S. Wcdgowood left Tuesday for Malno,
stopping enrouto several days in Chicago,
Now York, nnd isoston. lio will bo gone
nboutn month nnd while In his n.itlvo homo
iins promised to send tho CouiilKU n good sup
ply of Mnplo sugar tho puro article, to pro
present to Km renders when It arrives. Tho
Couniun will announce- It and Invito our read
ers to enjoy a slieo with compliments of Mr.
Otto Mohrenstechor, of tho big dry goods
lions of Herpolsbelmer & Co , is nt homo
again from Now York. Whllo In America's
metropolis, Otto Informs us, he inado It a
particular study to look tho maiket over
thoroughly nnd select just such goods ns wcro
liest ndapted to their flno trade, and wo mlp.ht
add right hero that If anyone knows what
Lincoln's flno trado wants, Mr. Mohronstecher
Is that one. Tho now goods will urrlvo In tlmo
for tho opening of tho remodeled store.
Mndamo Weber left Thursday for Chicago,
whero si 10 will hereafter make her future
homo, opening aif engagement next Sunday
In the choir of tho Presbyterian church nt
Evnntton. Tho Mndamo will make hor homo
In tho city and will dm lug tho winter
also to heard In concert Many friends in
Lincoln regret to seo her depart for In Mn
'damo Weber Lincoln nlwnys recogulzod ono
of her best, If not the best vocalists wo had
Tho CouiilKU joins tho host ot wellwlshers
In wishing hor abundant success In her now
homo mid trusts thu friends she may there
make will bo ns warm ns tho many she leaves
A vestibule sleeping car leaves Lincoln
dally via tho P. E. & M. V. railway, the
Northwestern routo. This is a palatial sleeper
an 1 runs thrugh without change to Chicago
via Missouri Valley, where it is attached to
the C. &N. W, vestibule train.
Compauiion Solicited. A wlso discrim
ination should be exercised by all who take
medlclno. The proprietors of Hood's Barsa
parilla solicit n careful comparison ot this
medicine with other blood purifiers and medi
cines, being conlldeut that tho pocullnr merits
of Hood's Sarsapanlla are so apparent that
tho people will unhestatlngly prefer it to any
other preimrfttioii. Hood's Barsaparllla Is
not n mixture of molasses and a fow Inert
roots nnd herbs, but it Is n jecullar concen
trated extractof tho best nltorutivo and blood
purifying remedies ot tho vegetable kingdom.
Tho enormous sales ot Hood's Barsaparllla,
and tho wonderful cures effected, prove oven
more than has been claimed for this medlclno.
If you nro sick the best medicine Is 110110 too
good. Therefore, take Hood's Barsapai ilia.
State Fair Printing !
' 1 1 i..
Don't wait until the clay before the Fair to order your printing, but
When we can give it proper attention. Several clays before the fair
all printing offices are rushed with work, and under suchcircum-
stances cannot do their best. We have now a very
FINE LINE PICTURE CARDS
Embracing two hundred kinds, and a host of
Wessel & Dobbins,
Art Printers & Stationers,
New Burr Block, Cor. 12th and O Sts.
All calls by telephone 253 promptly, answered, and if desuccl
agent will call on you.
ZEHRUNG & DUNN,
1213 O STREET.
ARE NOW SERVING THE PUBLIC WITH THE FINEST AND PUREST SODA
WATER FROM THEIR
Magnificent New Fountan,
FLAVORED WITH HEALTHY AND WHOLESOME SYRUPS OF THEIR OWN
MAKE. FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF THE
SODA : WATER.
ZEHRUNG & DUNN,
BRING IT IN NOW
CALL AND SEE US.
OUR GREAT SPECIALTY
A WONDERFUL AND DELICIOUS NERVE TONIC.
Buffalo (Va.) Lithia,
12 13 O ST.
nevclties for the
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