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A iAymlur liptr of Moiltrn Tlmt.
SaturdayEvcning, Sept, 22, '88
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Couiuku readers going nwny for tho sum
mer enn have tlio paicr tent to their new nil
dress, without extra charge, by notifying
Great Underwear Sale !
Herpolsheimer & Co,
The Courier (.'mi tin round At
Windsor Hotel Now Hlnml,
Jnpltnl lintel Now Hlnml,
Oilcll'ii Dlnlnit Hull New Hlnml.
Clniou A Fletcher', 11IW O Htreet.
A. T. I.einln A Co'., 11M O Htreet.
Tlio Gotham NuwaBtunil. US South lltliHt.
Keith llroi., 111 Notth 1 It It Htreet.
Kd. Ytuini, IWOO Htreet.
retell AHmltli, lfllOst.
J. Stephen, O M. opp. pontofflce.
Ilruwa'H Cnfe, iienr Windsor hotel.
DUN LAP HATS
W. R. DENNIS, 1137O.
The Couniicn will not lw responsible for
nny debt liintlo by nny otio In It imiue, utt
less ft written orvler nccouiaulcs tho same,
Ij. Wkhsui,, Jr., Frop'r.
I.ncul nn rcmomil.
Go to Cuslmian tomorrow.
Take Turkish nt 1010 0 stiver,
Lincoln Ico company, pure lie.
Tho best Ten. B. 1". Sloven & Co.
Whltobrcnst Coal nml Llmo Company.
Hallot, diamonds nnd watches, 113 N 11th.
Bntvycr & Moshcr, florist, Mojoula Tomplo.
Mineral water used for Imthlng, 101(1 0 nt,
Trickoy &Ca, wholesale nml retnll Jotveler.
U Barr, Jeweler, wtnbllnhol 1671, lOiUOst,
Don Cnmcrnn. 1020 O street, for lunches
Mr. J. M. Morris loft Wcdnoadny for Dai
Canon City Conl at tho Whltebreast Coal
anil Llmo Co.
Try soino of tho tlno fresh fish served every
day nt Cameron's.
Cloaks, cloak of overy description nt Her
poUhtflmer & Co,'.
Canon City Coal again nt tho WhltebreAst
nl and Lime Co.
Inst Bunday concert nt Cuvhman tomor
row. Oooutntar. m.
Mr. W. K. Bower and daughter left Wod
nesdny for IndlanaKll. .
Roast meat, nml vegetables of nil kind nt
Cameron' Lunch House.
A drop In both prices and stock of dry
goods nt II. R, Nlssley & Co.
Visit the neat loo cream and oyster parlors
Wldman Dros, 1310 O Htreet,
Ico cream, oyster nml flno confectionery
nt Wldman Dros, 1210 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish baths nt 1010
O street, basement Union Mock.
Only place in Lincoln that uses mineral
water In baths is nt 1010 O street.
Before insuring look up tho Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Now York.
Ily nil odds tho flno.it line of vocket cutlery
in tho city nt Zolirung K llcnklo'.
A big land excursion will leave Lincoln
next Thursday night for Perkins county.
An imiueuw assortment of underwear nt
tho lowest prices at Herpolsheimer & Co.'.
For Information concerning nml rate to
western points apply nt 115 8. Tenth street.
Doctor n. F. Bailey, ofllco and resldenco
or. 01 Tmrteeniu ami u streets, lei. oiy.
Tho display of rich dress materials nt
Ashby & Millnusb.'d is almost bewildering.
Haydcn is now making cabinet pbotogrnplis
for f'1.00 n doxen. They uro the finest In tho
Tho publio schools opened Monday morn
ing, with on enrollment much larger than for
merly. Take tho Elklwm-C. & N. W. routo
vcstibulo sleeper to Chicago and tho east.
Always on time.
Best fitting kid gloves In all of tho nowest
shapes am color Jmt received nt Herpol
ijivlmw&Co.". ' The Mutual Llo Insurance Co, of New
York. W. B. Hastings, District Manager,
room 63, Burr bltcfc.
Herpolsheimer & Co. now display their
beautiful line of ladles', mhaes' nni) children's
clonks on tho first floor.
Round trip ticket to Dakota Hot Bpuugs,
.34.!; Douglas, Wyo., $28.30; Rapid City,
27.15; Long Tlno, $12.60. via Klkhorn lino.
Ofllco 115 south Tenth street.
Beautify your lawns by using tho celobratcd
Pennsylvania lawn mower, inado in two sizes
to cut either long or snort grass. iargo line,
Zohrung & Her.kles solo agent, 1217 O street.
Plush for drcwe Is to bo much used this
season. Ashby & MlUspaugh Jshow n most
complet-t lino of shades from 75 cents a yard
up to ts.oo.
Ashby & MllUiwugh show tho most ox
qullto designs In Ureas trimmings ever
brought to this market,
H. R. Nteley fc Co. will open their raw
tore with a targe and complete stock.
CLOSING OF THE SEASON.
I.nut Humbly Concert nt Oitttiuitn Park,
Tho flnnln Hunilny concert of tho oaoii nt
t'lishinnn paik tnkc place tomorrow. All
prepnrntlon for nit cnjnynblo day In tho
shady nook of Cushman haro lieen arranged
nml muslu by tho military band will ho a
prominent fcaturo of tho day, There I no
iietter ilncc to pas the afternoon tomorrow
thnii nt Cushninn, so Join tho crowd, lont
thodjMrt pioinptnt two o'clock, nml buy
your tlckot. Only 85 cent for tho round
Mr. O. C. Burr I1 In Chicago on n limitless
Mr. Hwneer nml daughter left Wednesday
Mr. Junto M. Cntnp nml wlfo left Tuesday
for tako Barton, Minn.
Heo lIer)ohheliner & Co.' oxtenslvo lino of
new dress good nml stock.
Dr. A. U Hhndor left yestonlny for Chicago
nml tho eatt on n limine. tt I p.
Ml Annie I., Putnam, of llnttoii, I visit
ing the family of Mr. C. I). Allen.
Major Tilekey left Wednesday on a vlnli
to hi gold initio nt Idaho KprlngM.
Mr. W. H. UtilTinnii left Tliurwlny morning
on n short bttslne' trip to Beatrice.
Dnvii Mercer, will out whom no conten
tion li complete, cntno down Thumdny.
Mr. J. I). Hurdnud wlfo retumwl Satur
day from 11 veiy plensntit visit In tho east.
Mr. K. K, Munger left Tuenday for Chicago,
whei'e ho will enter HukIi nuillcal college,
Mr. John I. Underwood nml daughter n
turned thl week from n sumtner' stay In tho
HeriKililieliuor f: Co. oponn benutlftil IS
Inch Ileuiiuttn nt 77c, really woith fl n
Mr. I' K On'gghnH rettirneil to tho city
after n NUtumcr' stay in Colorado mid
Mr. John (lining iIojmii toil WtNlnesdny
for lloiton. He will Ihi nbsent nbont tliruo
Judge Parker rcturneil Monday from n
visit to Columbus, Ohio, nml hi old homo in
Mr. II. J. AVhltmoro returned Saturday
from a ten day' lilp to Dayton nnd Coluui
Mrs. J. D. Parish nnd daughter returned
Monday from n very plviiMint visit with
friends In Illinois.
Mnnnger Syfonl of tho Paclllo Mutual ofllco
is at htsilesk again nf ternn enjoyable mouth's
vncntlon in Illinois.
Mr. D. II. Wheeler, Jr., nnd wife, of
Omaha, eaiuo down Thursday and sjH'iit the
day with Mrs. Mnrshall.
Mrs. J. II. McClay nml daughter left Mon
day on n vllt to Fnrmmgton, 111. They tt III
lie nbseutnlioutn month.
Mr. Grant Wntklns, of Nlisloy & Co.. who
has lieou visiting In Colorado for nbont n
mouth, hno returnid to work.
Mr. A. Hurlbutnml son Guy havo re
turueil from n two mouths' stay In tho east,
principally nt Haratogn Springs,
Major A. G. Hasting returned Sunday
from Klown, Kansas, where lie had been
called by ttio death of hi brother.
Mm. 12. K. Kdwnrdsof Los AngclcH, Cnl.,
who ha been tho guest tlili sumuier of Mrs.
D. Bauin, left Tliurwlny for hor homo,
Judge Stewart has driven a rushing buxl
liens in tho marriago license lino thN week.
This piomlses to bo n very cold winter.
Mr. O. G. Wnlto was called to Syracuse,
N. Y., Sunday, by n telegram announcing
tho death of her father, Mr, S. K Sawyer.
Tho remaining wn!!s of tho McConneli
building on O street havo been torn down nnd
a liaiulsomo btiucturo will soon ndorii that
Mr. nnd Mr. E. Djollttlo nnd dnuiihter.
Miss Edith, returned homo Tuesday morning
after a pleasant two mouths' stay In tlio
Misses Maud Burr, Fritzn Bninard, Fny
Mnrshnll, Nelllo Bnum nml Mny Montrose
depaited for their school In Jacksonville,
Mr. J. R. Carter, w Ith Zohrung & Dunn
for tlio iist two years, left Thursday for
Philadelphia, where ho will enter tho phar
Tho funeral of Will W. Wheeler, who died
last Friday of typhoid fever, occurred Sun
day, and was largely attended by ninny
friends nml relations.
Mrs. John P. Dorr left this week for Bos
ton to spend tho wiut r in tho study of music.
Mrs. Dorr is one ofour leading vo&tllsts, nnd
Lincoln jiesplo can illy giaro her for oven to
short 11 thuo,
John Parless, who has been running n con
fectionery and fruit store on O street
between Tweltth nnd Thirteenth street, sk'p
ped out Saturday night, leaving his creditors
In 11 bad hole.
For n wedding given at tho homo of Mr.
Will Palmer on U street, Thursday evening,
tho Capital confectionery of Wldmnn Brai.,
1210 O fctreetfunilshed delicious Icecream,
fruit ami camlicH.
Miss Mny Potviu will visit Omaha every
Saturday hereafter to glvo music lessons to
her largo class In that city. This Is another
evidence of how Lincoln talent Is appreciated
In tho metropolis.
Tiik CouniKK acknowledge tho receipt
from Geo. H.Butler, secretary, of ncoinpll
nientnry ticket of admission to tho fourth nn
nual fair of tho Nemaha Counly Agricultural
nnd Driving Park association, which will bo
held nt Auburn from October 2d to Oth.
Senntor Thos. Ketinn, of West Virginia,
iMiidtho Couiuku hi semi-annual visit this
week, and a wo'tven short of help assisted in
getting out this Issue. Mr. Kcunit devote
tho summer tu touring n n tyjiographlcal ar
tist, attending to his senatorial duties in tho
Tho new pol ico patrol wagon has been do
lug good service this week. It takes but com
paratively llttlo tlmo for tho rig to go from
Frank Uraliam's stainex, its place or keeping,
to any tt hero In tlio central Krtlon of tho
city. Verily, by degrees Llncom U becoming
n nietrlpolltaii center.
Mr, II. T, Dobbins, who for nearly two
years past, has occupied tho position of edi
tor of tho Couiuku, with this Issue savers his
connection with tho pncr. Ho is a yet uu
docided as to what ho will do In tho future,
but will probably soon mmimo tho editorial
harness. For tho present ho remains In the
Tho Elk lodgo received this week threo
very handsome pairs of elks' horns from
Messrs. Hamilton & Craudall, in Colorado,
through Messrs. E. II. Slosson and 8. J.
Alexander As soon as mounted they will bo
placed in position on tho walls of tho chib
rooms, where they will form a prominent
feature of tho decorations.
A colored Individual created somo little ex
citement tho other nfionioon by plunging
head first through tho plate glass window of
Mrs, Gosper's store room. Ho had been
washing tho window from a step-ladder,
which slipped, wfth tho above result. Tho
negro was tho worst scared man In Lancaster
county for the space of an hour.
NEW BATH ROOM8.
An lllfBiinl Hitiiltitrliim, Nnwly HnlUtrit
Willi the I.itti'st AiiUincv,
It hn of ton boon 11 matter of regret ntno.ig
tho ladles or Lincoln that of late there ha
been no plneu lit the city where n lady
could procure n bath of nny kind whatever,
with the proHr amount of piivney. There
nro four or II vo bath room In tho city, but
thewi havo lieon inonooU-nl by tho men to
tho almiwt titter exclusion of inembor of tho
falitr sex. This Is not 11 It should bo, and
wo 11111 glad to nolo that 0110 gentleman ha
had the builucs foresight to havo endeav
ored to overcome ,thl obstacle, by lilting up
n unit nnd cosy retreat.
Wo refer to Dr. Richards, who ha Just
completed tho furnishing nml rellttlug of nil
elegant suite of room on tho second floor of
tho Wclntcr block, No. SW South Eleventh
street. They nro without doubt tho llnest
bath room in the city, n n Cnuuticurciortcr
ttas enabled to Judge for himself by n enrcful
examination of them Wednesday morning,
nml tlm result u hi observations mo here
with given to the reader of tho Count Kit.
Tho roomi are situated nt the end of tho
hallway loading from tho stairway into tho
second story, nnd nro threo In imrnU'r, tho
larger one being the bath room proper.
Hero nro alt tho appliances for delightful, In
vigorating nnd henlth'glting Lnthsof every
The Iwller used for heating tho water I en
lioMil in a unl'pto contrivance of sheoVliou
and wood, and lias 11 capacity of KM) gallons.
An elect rlo battery, one of tlio very llnest
made, ha been purchacd for especial use In
idvlng ekt'tiie bath.
Dr. Richard has seen nil onoof tho new
Turkish cabinet for uo In giving the popu
lar Turkish bath. The patient sent himself
In tho cabinet, which I heated by ga for tho
present, nml after tho prox'i- temperature Is
seemed, ho Is removed ton nimble slab, and
tho usual rubbing nml kuenillng process gone
through. By tho side of thl Is tho electric;
cabinet, similar in conMructcon, ami for tho
purpose It iiamo Indicates. There nro also
several other Imth tubs for shower, spray nnd
plain bath. Everything is new, neat nnd in
viting In nppenraucc.
Lending out of the bath room Is n hand
somely furnished room lilted with cot for re
clining after bnthlug, nml nlso a numlier of
sinnll dressing rooms. Tho other room Is
iihsI by tho doctor aiiii olllconud reception
room. Taken lis n tt hole they are the cosiest
bathing parlors In tho city, nml will receive
tho patronage they deserve. Tho room nro
for tho Indies oioclaly, but for the present,
hours will lie given for moil nlso.
Dr. Richards U n practitioner In high
standing, nml In tho especial branch of dec-tro-tlieiiipeutlcs
is at the head of his profes
sion in tho city. Ladle and gentlemen of
weak and enervated constitution Hud tho
electric nnd Turkish bath of vast benellt in
rcnowlng energies, wiillo for rheumatism nnd
kindred diseases thoy nro unexcelled. Dr.
Richards gives special attention to these
case, and tatients w ill And relief nml cure
by 11 course nt the sanitarium.
Lincoln is always to tho front. Ncnrly
overy llrst prize of conswpioneo at tho state
fair was corra'ed by n Lincoln ninn. V. H.
Berger, tho broom manufacturer, however,
went still better, nnd now proudly show llrst
premium 011 liest dozen broom, llrst prem
ium on best dozen whip, first premium on
best dltplny ami llrst premium on best assort
ment n regular sweepstake, In fact. Ber
ger manufacture tho famous Fraicr broomt
and Is building up nn Immense trado on these
Nloiix City Corn I'lilure.
Tho corn palnee this year as prepared by
tho enterprising citizens of that rustling sub
urb of Lincoln, Sioux City, Is referred t J by
them In their pride ns tho eighth tt finder of
An Immense bull ling covering n quarter of
n block, has been erected as tho tulacc. It is
as beautiful ns architects could m ike it. Its
oxterlor nnd Interior Is covered with corn of
nil color crown In all liu-igiunblc nrtistic
designs. Tlio stalk, silk nml tussle, nro used in
tho decoration ns well n tho whole ear nml
tho grain, nil combining to mnke n sight
worth traveling ncross this continent to
Tho Klkhorn lino 1ms 11 all a rnto of ono
faro for tho round trip to ml wishing to at
tend this great corn ptlnce, and provide two
trains dally from Lincoln for their accommo
dation, commencing M0111I ly, Sept. 21th, tho
aliening day, nnd till Oct. llth, tho closing
In going take tho Klkhorn short lino.
Leap Your Party,
Tlio ladies employed ns triiumors in the es
tablishment of Mrs. J. H. Blulr entertained
their gentlemen friends Sunday in n very
Vlensant manner. Shortly before noon tlio
big carryall of Bohnnaii Bros, gathered tlio
invited guests and conveyed them to Wood
lawn where n very pleasant plcnlo was held.
Those present where: Misses Gaylo Melouo.
May Meloue, Eiuuin Randall, Julia Rlnnlon,
Suslo Murphy, Bessie Stair, Ida Yocum, Ollvo
Bailey, Jennie Unrretli, Fumila Goodwin,
Mrs. L. Stair.
Messrs' Knowlton, French, Foxttorthy,
Murphy, Bates, Wright, Berry, Stair nnd
IlUpluy of lloinn l'rotlucts.
Messrs. Hupert & dimming, tho llvo O
street morchanU, havo placed In their east
show window n jortloii of tlio state fair ex
hibit mado by Messr. Jones, Douglas & Co.,
tho Lincoln manufacturers of cakes, crack
ers, etc. Tho show reflect not only credit on
tho manufacturer,!, for tho goods are of tt
fluo order artistically made up, but nlso 011
Messr. Hupert fc dimming, who make itn
rule in their business to buy nothing for their
trade that can bo purchased from Lincoln
manufacturer. Tho Couiiieu thinks tho
citizens should show them a preference over
houses who prefer buying abroad.
Dr. Ilolyoko wont to Chicago tin tlio U. P.
and Rock Island route, Tuesday.
Chas. Duiurow and his tailors, six in nil,
left Tuesday via Ed. Slowon's Union Paclllo
Tho street sweeper will legin It work noxt
week. Then Lincoln street will present a
Distress after eating, heartburn, lck head
ache nnd Indigestion nro cured by Hood's
Snrsnparllla. It also creates a goort appetite.
You can't afford to miss tho closing Bun
duy concert at Cushinan tomorrow, Round
trip, including military bund, conceit, etc.,
only 25 cents. Train leaves Burlington depot
at 2 l'.'u.
Tho usual dullness following of ter tho rush
of tho state fair week lins not yet been ex
perienced nt Halletl's. In fact this leading
Joweler is always offering such big Induce
ments to purchasers and Intending purchasers
In tho way of diamonds, precious stones of nil
kinds, Jewelry, watches, clocks, cto., that n
dull week Is something very rare In that
gentleman's emporium of novelties. Hallott's
stock U now, neat and nobby, to uso n tlmo
worn phrase a fact which our jicoplo cau
substantiate by paying him a Tislt,
STORIE8 ABOUT MEN.
f!oT7 A. Ilmusnn Alcott drew rat on
Mr. Kennedy's recent Concord anecdotes
havo brought to Tho Listener' hopper tho
following story about A. I Iron son Alcott:
Mr. Alcott was known to bo utterly opposed
to tho eating of meat n strict vegetarian.
Nothing would nroti'O hi Indignation quicker
than to bring forwnrd tho idea that it wo
tho design of Providence for inn n to subsist
0:1 nnluinl food, Iloovcn icfused to tnstoof
nn egg. Somo ttt clvo or fifteen j enr ngo ho
wantvelcomo visitor In many of tho titles
of tho west, HI'l coming wo hilled with do
light. Dinner were given, and club ex
tended their Invitations. Ho was ready to
talk, mid others were glad to listen.
During ono of these visit ho was unusually
pnlo and weary. HI hostess rallied him
ujioii hi favorlto theory of vegetable diet,
"Mr. Alcott, if jou would only llro ns wo
do you ttoull soon bo strong ami robust,"
lie raid. And tho old gentleman, with a
placid smile, mado his usual reply,
"And lx In danger of becoming n brutol"
Ho tvn n connoisseur In tho cooking of oat
meal, of which ho always partook In tho
morning. At thl tlmo tho lady, feeling suro
that his health was seriously Impaired, re
solved to tako cltargo herself of his breakfast.
Sho sent for n iouml of beef, had it slightly
cooked, tho Juice extracted and well stirred
Into n dish of oatmeal. Mr. Alcott ate with
unusual relish nnd discoursed eloquently
iqion tho virtuoot grain that waved in tho
sun nnd nlr. Tho next morning tho snmo
dish was related, nnd throughout his stay
ho partook of tho pudding nnd beef Juice.
It was noticeable that ho gained rapidly In
health and flesh, nnd became thoroughly sat
isfied with tho western climate. Beforo ho
left ho remarked:
"Your oatmeal ha been very strengthen
ing. You must tell mo Just how It Is made,
nnd I must tako away a packagoof tho meal."
"Mr. Alcott," was tho reply, "thcro Is
gcnlu.1 in good cooking, and It is hard to im
part It. Only como ngnin and you shall find
tho dish equally palatable."
Somo day nfter ho had returned home,
rested nml refreshed, Mm. H. related tho
story In great glee to her own club. Boston
llow Sir. I'vnrt Kxlinusteit a Hulijcct.
It is tho fashion nowadays to Joko about
Senator Evarts' Involved sentences nnd aim
less generalities, but I had tho honor of being
cross-questioned by him once, andean testify
that ho Is nblo to mako his jtolut with start
ling brevity. I was calling on hlni tt hllo ho
was secretary of stato, nnd to help my causo
I mentioned that when visiting Shanghai n
short tlmo previously Iliad "tried to !lnd"n
mutual friend. Possibly I hadn't tried very
bard. Secretary Ersrts looked dreamily out
of tho window nnd inquired, "How long tvero
you nt Shanghai,'1 I replied, "About n fort
night." Tho secretary twirled n pencil
abstractedly nml continued, as If simply out
of a dcslro to iucrenso tho geographical
kuowlodgo his ofllco required: "Is Shanghai
n largo city I" Innocently I raid, "No, sir;"
nml then it occurred to mo that that subject
was exhnusted. Mr. Evarts seemed to think
so, too, nml turned to other matters. Onco n
A pleasant exchange of professional cour
tesy took plnco tho other day nt Long Branch,
between two distinguished nowspaper pro
prietor of tho Quaker City, Mr. Frank Mc
Laughlin, of Tho Times, and Mr. O. W.
Chllds, of Tho Ledger. Mr. Childs happen
ing to meet Ills confrcro sitting 0:1 tho piazza
of n hotel, nursing his gouty foot in n chair,
clasped him cordially by tho hand and said:
Why, you nro looking better tlian wiicn 1
saw- you lost; may bo you will llvo nnlong ns
I do. But, old fellow, when you do dio, you
shall havo n splendid obituary In Tho Ledger.
It Is nil prepared now." Tho Times proprie
tor, nfter effusively expressing his npprccln
Hon of his friend's forethought nud kindness,
proudly Informed Mr. Chllds that his obitu
ary wna not only prepared In Tho Times
ofllce, but was actually in typo. Onco n
A ProfUUsu UnucrtaUlng.
Gentleman Uncle Rastus, what will
cost mo to get my liaru whitewashed!
Undo Rastus Two dollahs an' a ha'f a day,
Gentleman I menn what will you do tho
Unclo Rastus Well, I Jess tell how it nm,
Mistah Smlf. Yo' see, when yo' hasflggercd
out do cos' ob do whitewash an' do lulls, nn1
do tvah an' tab on da brushes, sab, yo'U fin
da' is 110 money In it by do Job. Tho Epoch.
' A Careful Mother.
Bad Llttlo Boy (to good llttlo boy)-IIoy,
Johnny, does ycr tvau ter tako a hund In do
Good Llttlo Boy No, I thank you; ray
mamma doesn't allow mo to play with bad
Bad Llttlo Boy What's do matter does
ycr ma t'ink you'll mako do bad boys wussf
A Frank Criticism.
"What do you thluk of my poem In Tho
"It was a rcmarkablo pleco of woik. Ono
thing about it I thought was particularly
"What tt a that I"
"That Tho Gazetto over published it."
Tlio Ijitct St)le.
Tan, brown ami brotuo shades aro said to
bo very popular In dress nnd millinery. For
schoolboys' trousers rat-tan will soon bo in
vogue. Yonkers Statesman.
Ill rather Was Fate.
"Young innii," suld tho solemn faced Gen
tlemen to tho urchin who wn3 pulling with
all lits might nt n cigar, "let mo warn you In
tlmo that that Is a frightful vloo you aro cul
"I ain't scared of it."
"But nro you not afraid of bringing your
poor father's gray hair in sorrow to tho
"No, I ain't."
"Becnuso papa's bald headed." Merchant
THE PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWER.,
This is the only mower made that will cut high grass. Guar
anteed to give satisfaction Call and see it,
ZEHRUNG, BURNS & HENKLE.
Full line of Door and Window Screens, Cutlery, etc.
FOR THE SPRING TRADE
SILK $ MADRAS $ CHENILLE
With Snsli 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 Rock Bottom. -
A. 1VI. Dai vis & Sor.
LINCOLN ICE COMPANY,
Not cut from the Filthy Salt Cicek but from the Clear nnd Pure. Waters o
Delivered to all parts of the city at reasonable prices.
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