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Saturday Evening, Oct. 6, '88
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Tho Cowmen will not Ito responsible for
nny lebt "nil y ny 0,1 m "" ,mini wn
1cm n written order necouinnles tlio snino,
U Wkshki,, Jr., Frop'r.
Great Underwear Sale I
Herpolsheiiner & Co.,
Tim Courier Cun tio rnniiil At
Windsor Hotel News HIiiuiI,
Jnpltid Hotel News Htnnd,
(Moll's Blnlwi Hull Now Htnnd.
Clnsnii .t Fletcher's, 1110 O Htreot.
A. T. Loiidiig A Co'., INfl O Htreot.
Tlio Ootlinm Nowsfltnnd, Ill Houtli lllli Ht.
Keith Bros., lit Ninth llth Hlicet.
1M. Yoiinir, KWOOMreot.
Knton AHntllh, latOii.
J. Htrliibcrg, O st. npp. iwstofnec.
Drown Cafe, near Windsor hotel.
DUN LAP HATS
Men's Furnishing Goods.
W. R. DENNIS, 1137O.
I.oral nnit remount.
Qo to Cuslinmn tomorrow,
Tnko Turkish nt 1010 O street.
Lincoln lco coinmny, puro Ire.
Tho bast Teas. B. V. Btovons & Co.
Whltolirwut Con! and Llmo Company.
Hallet, dlfttnoiul', nod wntcliw, 11!1 N llth.
Biiwyer & Mwltcr, florlstn, Mnronlo Temple.
Mineral wntor used for Intltlng, 101(1 O st,
Trlckoy &Co.,whole.nloond retail Jowelors.
U llnrr, Jowcler. cstahllsho-l 187-1, lOlflOBt.
Canon City Coal at tho Whltcbrcait Coal
and Llmo Co.
Try Homo of tho lino fresh fish served over'
day nt CntneronV.
Canon City Coal ngnln nt tlio AVhltcbrenst
aland Llmo Co.
Last Bumlny concert nt Cuvhmnn tomor
row. Go out at 3 p.m.
Mrs. W. K. Ito won ami ilnughter left Wed
1 psday for Iudtaiinpolk
Roast menU, and vegetable of all kinds at
Cnmeron'd Lunch House.
A drop In both prk-os and stock of drj'
goods at II. It, Nlssley & Co.
Visit tho neat lco cream nml oyster parlon
Wlilumn Uros, 1310 O street.
Ieo crenm, oysters mid flno confectionery
nt Wldmnn ItixM, 1210 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish Imths at 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Only place In Lincoln that uses mineral
water in baths U at 1010 O street,
Beforo insuring look up tho Mutunl Life
Insurance Company of Now York.
By all odds tlio fliuut lino of pocket cutlery
in tho city at Zohrung & Honklo's,
Buy Yarns of Ashby & Mlllspaugh during
their closing salo and snvo money.
A big laud excursion will lenvo Lincoln
next Thnrsday night for Tcrklns county.
Rlluy Underwear of Ashby & Millsiaugli
during their clotlng salo mid savo money.
An immenso assortment of undorwear at
tho lowest prieoa at Horpolshcimer & Co.'s.
For infonnntlon concerning and rntwito
western poluU apply at 115 B. Tenth street.
Doctor B. P. Bnlloy, olllco and residenco
or. of Thirteenth and O streets. Tel. 017.
Tlio display of rich dress materials nt
Ashby & Mlllspaugh's is almost bewildering.
Unydcn is now making cabinet photographs
for t'1.00 a doren. Thoymo tho finest in tho
Tho publio schools opened Monday mom
lug, with nn enrollment much larger thnn for
merly, Cloaks for Lidlcs and Children lit almost
ondlesi variety at correct prlcoi. Ashby fc
Tako tho Elklnrn-C. & N. W. route
vcstlbulo sleeper to Chicago niul tho enst.
Always on tlmo.
But fitting ktdgl-ve4 In nil of tho newest
shapes mid colon Just received nt IIerol
hlii'lmer & Co.'s.
Tho Mutunl LIfo Insttraneo Ca of New
York. W. B. linstings, District Mnunger,
room 63, Burr blecX
Herpolsheiiner & Co. now display tholr
beautiful lino of Indlos', misses' and children's
cloaks on tho first iloor.
Do you sulTer from ncrofula, salt rheum, or
other humors? Tako Hood't Snrsuparllla, tho
great blood purlflcr. One hundred doses onb
Hound trip tickets to Dakota Hot Bprlngs,
JM.S5; Douglas, Wyo., 28.!50; Rapid City,
927.15; Long l'ino, 8tib0. via Klkhorn line.
Ofllco 115 south Tctith Btrtet.
Beautify your lawns by using the celebrated
Pennsylvania lawn mower, mado In two sizes
to cut cither long or short grass. Largo line,
ikhrung & Ilor.kles solo ngenU, 12170 street.
Chapped lunula may bo cured In 0110 night
by using Chamher'aln'a Eye and Skin Oint
ment as directed with each box. It also curon
tetter, salt rheum and clironlu soro eye?. For
salo by W, J. Turner.
the courier's new quarters.
Ilttvo you oWrved tho elegant now ipnr
teroof tlio Coi'ltlKU, on Twelfth street, In tho
linn' block. Tlio ontlru I'sttiblhliuicnt hns
been removed to Iho two largo room, No,
lajnnd I'.M Twelfth direct not Hi, which Imvo
Ui'ii nttriictlvi'ly lltteil tip mill f 111 nlslnil to
neeoiutiiodnto our rnplilly lnorniliig patron
tigr. Tlio LVii'itiKii now has tin ilunst print
lug liaiisoniul now spniier olllco l.i tlio ntnto,
nml U prepnied to fully nccouitiiodnto It lib
ornl patronage, nml iscelnlly tlio Indies who
call t3 lenvo their favor.
Tlio Ww ncl Printing Coinpiiny, with In
creased fnellllls, Ih prepmed to Ret out nny
elasiof wink lu Art l'i luting with Dentin
nml dlspnteh, Its stock of slatlo-icry IneluileH
everything In tlio line of fnney designs In
Cards, Wedding Iiivllntloni, Hull Program,
tie., to which will Iki nil led nt oneo tho now
nml Intest designs.
Tlio Cou111r.11 will ho Improved In IU ninny
(li'lMirtiiieiitM, mid ho nioro thnn over tlio ho
clcty ntiil lioino circle Kiwr of tho city, Tho
ladle nm esieclnlly requested to send In nny
nnnounecintintMof social nmttorR, cither liy
jHwtd until, teleilioie, or iiersniml cnll nt tho
CouiUKit olllco. Our reception room 1ms
lieon csteclilly fitted up for tho Indies, who
nro always) weleomo.
Wo tlcslro to mid largely toour subscription
llitii, ns tlio season tqiens, mid earnestly tit
qurwt our fi lends to send In their nulscrli
tlons nt oneo nud help imuit tho Until,
Tho CouiUKit linn over)' renron toliothntik
fill to IU tlimwinilH of pitroim for pnnt fnvom
mid with IU umuy liiiproveuiuntN 1ioihh to
merit n lm'Kcly-lncrenniM pntrounRo.
J. R. llrlnkler U n Chicago.
lluckwhentciikes will soon bo stylMi nnd
The letter carriers will soon glvo their mi
Mrs. J. R. Clark nud Mn. I. M. Raymond
nro 111 Chicago.
Mrs, I. Hiilin has gone to Ht. l'mil on n
vltlt of a few weeks.
Tho Ilrlcklnyvra of tho city will soon glvo
n ball ut templo hull.
Tho finest lino of Dress Trimmings rim Imi
found nt Ashby & Mlllsuiugh'M.
Buy Linens of Ashbj& Mlllxpnugh dtiiing
thelr'cloiliigsnlo nnij (uivo inoney.
Honest gooils, squnro il.'nllng nud courteom
attention nt tho Chicago BI100 IIouw.
Tho JkwWi toclety of tho B'NnllJrlth will
Iki institutiil In tills city on Buiulny, tho 21st
Htelnwny l'lnnoi nt Mux Meyer & Bro'.s
12JBouth Twelfth Blurt, C. M. Hnuds, Mnu
nger. Mrs. Jiulgo HoJges of Mnreugo, Iown,hns
been making friends In tho city n pleasant
Mrs. N. C. 11 rook nud daughter Imvo ro
turned from n trip to Now York and eastern
Our young lognl friend, Mr. K. P. Holinw,
departed Monday on 11 short business trip to
Mr. C. M Rlgg, malinger of tho Beatrice
opera lioiwo, wan n Lincoln visitor on Mon
Bishop nud Mrs. Nowmnti nro guests this
week nt tho elegant homo of Mr. and Mrs. J,
Tho Capital C. L. B. C, hns lieon organized
and will hold regular meetings nt tho Y. M,
O. A rooms.
A democratic, rally wits held In tho city on
Tuesday evening. Morton nnd McShnno were
Dr. Victor Is enjoying a visit this week
from Ms fnthcr-iu-law, Colonel John II. (Jumt
of Olney, III.
Hon. V. J. Council, tho republican cnndl
dntii for congress from this district, wns In
tho city Monday.
Mr. J. II, McMurtry has gono to Colorndo
Springs, where his wife and daughter nro to
8eud tho winter,
MIn Lillian ;Potv!u left "Wednesday for
Omalm for n several days' visit with friends,
Mr. vnd Mrs. Ben It. Ceggswell of Beatrice
were in tho city Thursday to attend tho Ben-nett-Kccfer
Tho fluost work in tho city at Ilayden's
photographic studio. 12U O street. Boo our
lino samples of ait work.
Mr. S. B. Chase, wife and daughter left on
Tuesday last for Piisadcun, California, where
they will spend tho summer.
Mr. Finch, Lincoln cliculntor of tho Omnha
Bee, hns gono to Blielbyvillo, Indiana, nud
will soon return doubled up.
Governor Thayer, who hns been In Boston
for a week or more, nt tho sick Ited of Mrs.
Thayer, returned to Lincoln Tuesday,
Mr. ami Mrs, J. Baughman of East Lin
coln Imvo loft tho city for a trip to Denver,
Colorado Springs, Manltou and Idaho
Mrs. J, E. Kinney has returned from n
visit to friends nt Madison, Wis., her sister,
Miss Mnggio Castlo returning with her to
sjvcml tho w inter.
Chns. P. Benjamin Is in tho city in tho in
terests of tho Salt Liko City Town Lot com
pany. Ho will meet nny who nro interested
at tho Capital hotel this evening.
Mr. John L. Aron, for several months tho
cfllciont treasurer of Funko's ojiera houso.hns
reslguod, nml will lx) succeeded by Mr. Ern
est Ftinko, sou of thoowuor of tho lion so.
Fred Mtckelwult, our champion fat man,
started Monday on a flttoou days' fart. Ho
claims to Imvo lost twelve iounds .ilrendy,
and that naught but hot lemonndo passes his
Mr. D Voorhees of Keokuk Is In tho city
visiting Mr. and Mr. V, It. Dennis. Mr. V.
Is n cousin of Mr. I)., nni not having met for
a number of yean tlio vii.lt is certainly very
Tho trustees of tho Hubrow congregation
nro making fomo improvementson tliociiiircli
property nt Twelfth nr.d D htrects. Tho con
gregation Ih rapidly increasing in numbers,
mid expect to erect a linuilsoina synagogue
next i cnr.
Mcsan. II. A. Nelson nnd A. Barnes left
Thurwlay for tho wilds of Butler county on
a chicken hunt. Tho iluto or their return Is
doubtful, ns they have sworn to bring hack
at least one chicken each.
It Is rumored that n baseball gamo wns
played Thursday between representatives
of tho Journal ami n nine from tho 0 veiling
now spa per staffs, hut careful Inquiry nt tho
latter otllccs falls to substantiate It.
Mr. Reddish, lato with tho Nons Co., nud
Mr. Dlusmore, Into with Nlssley & Co., lmo
purclmsed tho K. C. chop liottsct102S P sttcot,
nnd will hereafter run tamo in first class
style. Wo wish th?m tho success they de
serve. Our young friends, M. I. Aitkin nud Frank
Mauritius have formed n pnrtuonhlp In tho
real estate, loan nnd Insurance business, with
olllco in Richards block. Both nro hustlers
from tho word "go" nud will make an excel,
(.'lipid 'Join III" Itiiuils mid Ilinrt4 of
Two l.tuiKilii Yoiiiik I'ltiipln,
Wednesday evening ut 8 o'clock, nt tho
First It trtlHt church, Mr. lMunnlK. Heimctl
nnd Miss Mnrtia L. ICeefer were uultiil In
marriage, Rev. 0. A. Williams ollhiatlng.
Tlio ecl oniony wns uniiHunlly beatiliful nud
tmpiesHlvo, nud wns wituesMil by a host of
Invited fi lends nnd relatives ot tho contract
ing pm ties. Mr. E1 Keefer nnd Ml draco
Weir attended nn best mini nud brldesmnld.
Tho bride wns nttlred In whlto civpo, bendeil
ornaments, natural llowen, tho bridesmaid
being slmllmly nttlreil. Tho gi 00111 mid belt
man wero dressed In tho conveutlnl black.
After tho ceremony 11 iceeptlpn wns given
nt tho homo of Mr. mid Mrs. Keefer, 'M O
stieet, wlmro thocongruliilntloin nud well
wishes t f Invited fi lends weio freely gheti,
Mr, nud Mrs. Bennett 1110 prominent and well
known In the rity, nud tho CouniKii wNhes
them every blesxlng lit tluir man led life.
They will boat homo to fi lends after October
20th, at their new residence, Mill South Kiev
Mr, O. M. Hnudi, tho mnunger of Mnx
Meer & Bio.'h Lincoln department, was mar
ried Inst week ut Plnttsuiouth to Miss May
Ijfithrop, nt tho tesldenco of her parent.
Rov. II, B. BurgosHolUiiatod, performing the
beniitiful marrliigo service of tho Episcopal
church, Tho Initio Is n lady esteemed by all
who know her, having been n resldei.tof
I'lattsmiHith for several years, nud 11 teacher
In tho public schools for two years.
Mr, Hnuds has been with Mux Meyer &
Bro. of Omalm for sovcial jenrs, nnd Is n
gentleman of reputation nnd high standing In
his business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hands will make
Lincoln their homo In the future.
A very pleasant event was tho reception
tendered "Wednesday evening to Dr, Mai Ino
by tho ladles and gentlemen of Bt. Fiitd'H
congregation, Tho recent conference reas
signed tho reverend gentleman to this church
nnd tho gathering was mi evldouco of tho es
teem In which his peoplo hold him. Tho ob
ject, however, was two-fold. Sliicotho church
was lint opened seats In St. Pauls Imvo been
free, tint nt n recent meeting It wns decided
to give tho plan of touting a trial, nnd Wed
nesday ovenlug wns tho date set. Mr. J. L.
Doty ollhiatcd ns nuctlonor, nn 1 ho disposed
of tho seats nt gmxl prices. Tlio church wns
very prettily decorated with curtains, flowers
nud pictures, tho ladles also serving 11 light
J, 'A. Briscoo is no longer 111 tho inerchnu
tlio Held having sold his interest in tho shoo
store to his wrtncr, Will Webster. Ho will
devoto his tlmo hereafter to his landed inter
esU nud his ofllco hi tho Christian university.
Mr. II. W. Hohhnrd of tho Journal was
culled to Btiward Tuesday by n telegram an
nouncing n severe accident occuning to his
brother, K. II, Tho young man had his foot
caught lu n threshing machine, necessitating
Comu nroiind to tho now Couiheu ofllco
nnd see tho finest printing nnd nowspajier
olllco In tho stnto. Wo nro now located on
tho Twelfth streot sldo of tlio now Burr block
nnd occupy two full storerooms, connected
ny arcueii oicmugs.
Lincoln secured another now manufactory
this week, tho Flato Hay Press Manufactur
ing company. Tho now coiorntlon claim to
lie able to mnnufncttiro nud hell presses for
nbotitlialf what thoy hnvo been selling for,
nnd will thus prove a taiccesi from the first
Tho now grand hta'rwny on tho Twelfth
street sldo of tho Fuiiko oparn houso Is rap
idly luvirhigcomplotlon. With tho new ktono
sldownlk laid on Twelfth and O t trooU, tho
Funko block will bo improved in npjiearanco
nnd tho njiem houso provided with 11 pro,!
slou of ox It in case of lire.
It Is rather dlfllcult theso days to got out to
tho Wesloynn Uulverelty, but the street emu
will likely bo running liy next week. At the
unlvcralty things rtto booming. Now houio3
are springing up on every hnud,now students
nro entering ililly.and tho prospects of n suc
cessful year aro very bright.
Mr. II. L. Horno nnd wlfo nro expected
next week to pay n visit to their friends, Mr.
nud Mrs. B. II. Biirnhnm. Mr. Horno Is n
prominent capitalist of Norway, Mo., being
extensively engaged in tho tinning Industry,
vml it is to be liopeil tho gentleman will think
well enough ot Lincoln to Interest himself
Dr. Jordan, president of tho Occidental
Packing company of West Lincoln, diet! nt
his homo In Chicago last Friday. Ho had
boon ailing for some mouths nud his death
was not uuoxpocted. It Is not yet known
what changes tho death of Dr. Jordan w ill
cause, us no action has yet been taken by tho
board of directors.
Nearly ono hundred Masons and a largo
number of friends nnd relatives left Lincoln
on a speclnl train Monday for Plittsmouth
to attend tho funeral of Dr. II. II. Livingston,
ono of Nebraska's oldest and most prominent
citizens. Grand Army men, Knights of Py
thias and Masons from all over the state were
present, nnd assisted in tho last Nid rites to
their deceased comrade nnd brother. Tho
train returned in tho evening.
Bllss, tho popular Omaha milliner, hail his
first fall opening on Tuesday and Wednesday
last. Bliss has tho reputation of having ev
erything in the lluo of flno millinery that tho
market affords. Mrs, Bliss has Just returned
from tho mnrkets of Europe, and tho latest
Parisian novelties nro shown, affording op
portunities for wloctlons ot fall millinery not
to hi found clsowhcre, Tho Indies of Lincoln
will find everything as represented nt Bliss'
nud would do well to vail upon him when In
Tno opening of tho now store of tho Chica
go Shoo company, at 120 South Twelfth Is an
Important a I ilitlou to Lincoln business inter
ests. Tho store U In charge of Mr. M, Guil
der, who for a long tlmo wns tho kuccchssuI
manager of tho Chicago Bargain Shoo Co.'s
store at 1U18 Douglas street, Omnha. Mr.
Kundet' Is a gentleman of standing in busi
ness circles, and knows how to please tho
trndo by honest dealing nud values lu his bus
iness. Thoso who do business with tlio Chi
cago Shoo company will ho satlslled in overy
Ono of Lincoln's prominent publisher is
soon to tnko mitt himself n wife, nud the
happy person is none other than (ha
Coimir.n'Hitopulnrfilend, Jno. Garver of
tho Lincoln Newspaper Union, This nn
notincement w 111 probably bo n surpriso not
only to tho gentleman' many f 1 lends through
out tho stnto but more so to hluuolf, for tho
littlo societ has been kojit very quiet, mid had
tlio intelligence not boon furnished tho writer
by nn old nnd Intimate trloiiu or 0110 or tho
linppy couple, this Item would not hnvo lioen
ushered into tlio world until perhaps a mouth
Inter, nud so it is for this reason that ft lend
Garver litis paid so many vislU to Omalm.
Tho object of his lovo wns there prominent,
but, alas, now tho central figure or attraction
in his llfo resides nt Springfield, Ohio, having
moved there with relatives recently, nnd wo
nm told that before many moons lllunilnu tho
world, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Gnwor will bo
numbered among tho residents of Lincoln.
AN EPIC IN FIVE FIT8.
Tho editor In genial mood, sat In his ofllco
chair; he run his jeweled lingers thriMgh Ids
ninssof tnwuy halri he took his golden pen
nr.d wroto some graud nud flcrv screeds, of
wars abroad, of politics, nud of his country's
needs, ho nUo wroto a touching poem about n
lover bold, who went ncross tho raging sen to
search for gleam In;; gold; nnd how n maiden
waited long down 1111 the ocean shore, to wel
come him when ho roturnod who would re
turn 110 more,
Tho ofllco hireling enmo to hlnii nn ugly
youth was ho, with freckles scattered on Ida
fnea most wonderful to ceo, ho Jerked tho
pioM, this hireling did, ho swept tho dirty
lloors, liostulfed tho coal Into tho stovo nnd
did tho other chores, lint now his freckled
cheeks were blanched, his voice was hoarso
with fenn hosnldi "Old Smith, who weighs
nton, Is wultlng for )oti hero; his fnco Is
stem, ills lips nrocct, I fear ho' como for
goro Oh, master, nlinll I ht him pass inslda
your sanctum doorT'
ThciiEpnko tho alitor with pride, to that
louo youth (.pal;o hoi "Oh, Absalom, tho
coward's fear n stranger Is to moj why should
I trcmblo, though ho conies to wallow in my
gorol I'll tnko him by his swuullko neck nud
with him sweep tho floor; ns Macbeth said,
what man may da c, that also will I dare,
Diulihould old Smith hut mako n crack, I'll
smash him with n chair; go, then, to where
ho panting waits, and show him lu to me,
ami though ho's mice or doubly armed, no
terror w 111 ho bee."
Thou trembling went tho freckled youth,
as ho'd Instructed been; ho led tho Bad Mail
to tho door, and, quaking, showed hi in lu;
tho door was closed behind him then, nud
Absalom stood near, that nil tho sounds of
raging war tocurely ho might hear; there
was 11 silence, long, profound, nnd then ills
master' voico, rang out in loud, defiant
tones that mado his hcrrt rejoice; it sounded
through thooakou door and echoed down tho
hall; it ceased, tlio sileucocamo again, and
then n heavy fall.
With wlugod feet young Absalom flow to
bis muster' sldo; nil still nud palo that mas
ter lay, us though ho Just had died: hut soon
bo opened wide his eyes that fell tho boy
upon; they swept tho room to sec Old Smith,
but Bmlth, tho wretch, wiib gone, "What
did ho dor' cried Absalom, "that you liavo
ew ooued nwny ? You show no marks to show
that you hnvo had a bloody fray; oh, master,
did ho draw his gun, your form w Ith lead to
flllf' "No, no, my boy, ho drew no gun; far
worso ha drew n bllll" Nebraska State
Know Hint liy 8l;tiU
"I'm from Tucson," said tho stranger, ns
bo sauntered up to n dreamy, long haired
nicn nt tho cud of tho bar, "and I've boon
looking nt tho sights."
"I've been in Tucson myself," replied tho
dreamy man ns Ussy clinked glasses. "Glad
to sco 11 man from there."
"Thntsof Know Mausfloldl"
"Don'tf Know Lcm Hopklnsf
"Can't say I do. 1 wasn't there n great,
wiiile," nnu tlio dreamy tunsi pensively
drained his gloss: "but do you know Hector
"Know Mart Chuzzlowltr
"Don't! Know old Don Qulsoto?
"No; 'less ho was tho Mexican that kept
"Nawi tbnf. won't him. You don't socm
very well acquainted. Did you kuow Dauto,
Bill Nyo or Dan Dcrondal"
"N-uo, I il-don't think so."
"Look n bore, young feller, you don't seem
to know nny prominent citizens. I don't ho
llo vo you're from Tucson. I'll glvo you ono
more show. I never saw n man from Tucson
that didn't kuow 0110 man, an' If you dou't
kuow him tako keer, my friend, tako kcer.
Do you know Clivo Nowcomel"
'Y-ycs," stammered tho stranger from
Tucson, ns Ito slid towards tho door; "that Is,
I know hltu by sight," nnd ho lied through
tho door. Ban Francisco Examiner.
Mrlctlv on Kuslnewi.
Citizen (poking Ids head out of a back win
dow) Sco here, Undo Ilastus, what aro you
doing around my houccop nt thU hour of tho
Undo Rastus (promptly) I was gwino to
ost yo', Mistah Bmlf, cf yo' don' wan' tcr git
dat hencoop whitewashed. It needs it bad,
'deed it da Scribncr' Mngazino.
An Ingenious Dcuf Man.
A BomcrvUlo man who is nfllictcd with
deafness in 0110 car found hlsafllictlon a posl
tlvo udvantago during n recent visit to Now
York. Having a room in it hotel on Broad
way ho could not sleep becauso of tho noise
ut night. Ono night it occurred to him to llo
with tho deaf car up. Tho morning after ho
was lato to breakfast. Somorvlllo Journal
"Mn," said Bobby, "Is pa dangerously
"No, Bobby, only n littlo sick, that's nil."
"Well, Willlo Wnlllcs was braggln' 'round
Bchool today that his pa was ilangcrousiy
del:. "Don't you think, ma, that my pa will
Cot dsuscrously sick, tool-' Tho Epoch.
A Cnroteiw Grocer.
Grocer Well, sonuy, what can I do for
Bonny Mo mudder scat mo back wld tho
butter nud wluo. Bho sctl slio ordered now
butter nn' old wine, an' sho thinks you'vo got
tho wintages mixed up. Now York Bun.
An Apology Necessary.
Gentleman (at nt ovcnlnx cntcrtainraont)
Pardon me, sir, but am 1 not addressing tho
Duko of Wynn Wylyys?
Gentleman addressed (drnwin himself up
with hauteur) Eir, lam thu head waiter,
Atmout Alwu; Bo.
"Any ono fatally Injured by n mad bores
seldom recovers," remark a French pajier.
It' most nlwuys to, to?, with thocoso of a
man who has been drowned. Detroit Freo
THE PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWER.
This is the only mower made that will cut high grass. Guar
nnteed to give satisfaction Call and sec it.
ZEHRUNG, BURNS & HENKLE.
Full line of Door and Window Screens, Cutlery, etc.
flEFFLEY & SONS
FOR THE SPRING TRADE
SILK if MADRAS $ CHENILLE
With Snsli Curtains to match. The Xobhlcst Line of Curtains of all kinds in both
American nnd Foreign Textures.
CURTAIN POLES AND RINGS
In the Latest Novelties of Wood and Metal. Pi Ices Rock Bottom.
A. "IVE. Dsivis & Sor).
LINCOLN ICE COMPANY,
Not cut fiom the Filthy Salt Creek
Delivered to all parts of the city at reasonable pi ices.
Most Popular Resort in the City.
ODELLS DINING HALL,
1119, 1 121 and 1 1 23 N Street.
Meals 25 cts. $4-50 per week
For HAN !
A Mustang Liniment a
, Kl NS. MfcXICAKMnSTANallNIMENTUdoatlitoriLia. y Si
fi k L. .sW.
134 South 12th St.,
but from the Clear nnd PuroM'nteiJ. of
For BEAST !
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