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Have just received an elegant
Ladies' Party Slippers
and Shoes in colors to .natch
Suits worn. Also a hand
some line of Black and
A specialty for a few clays will
Welt Waukenphast Shoe,
for street wear, at $3.50.
We have this shoe in all
widths from A to IS, and
sizes i to 7.
A FULL LINK OF
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
ALL SIZES and WIDTHS.
1 1 29 O Street.
H. J. HALL S BRO
1126 0 STREET.
Rock Springs, Wyo., Jackson
of Col., Walnut Block, Mis
souri Block, and Lackawanna
Office, 115 South Tenth St.
Dress Goods, Cloaks,
921 O Street, opp postofficc.
Books and Stationery.
LINCOLN BOOK EMPORIUM.
HI H. lOtli kt, tiniltr Y. M. C. A.
A fine stock of books of the best nuthors
The C. L. S. C. books and Cliautamniati
furniilied to members,
Cliautnmitia games of Character, Utah-'
cal, Historical nnd Literary, on hand,
I wrrr . , .. ...u xi . -M I
Saturday Evening, Nov. 388
Cornor I Oth and P Streets.
The CoimiKH will not be rcsNiiislblo for
niiy debt made liy nny duo Iii It nniiu', uu
Icwtn written order nccouiNinles tliu same,
1,. Wkkhki., .Jr., l'rnp'r.
Black Silk Side!
(SUhATKST OF Till: SEASON.
Herpolsheimer & Co.,
Tim Courier Can Im I'omi.l At
Windsor Hotel NcwsHtiiml,
viipltnl Hold Now. Hiatal,
0Il'1I'k IHiiIiik Hull NvwsHtiiml.
Chimin A Kletelier's, lUltO Hlrec 1.
A. T. I.oiuIiik A Co'., Mil 0 Street.
The (lotliniii NowsHliUitl.llS Hotitti Ittti St.
Keith linn., IM Nt.llli lltliMtivet.
Kit. Yoiiuir. HWIO Street.
Kntoii AHinlth, 12110
J. Hteluhcrg, () st opp. loMotllee.
limn it's Cafe, neiir VVImNor lioti I,
BEST GRADES OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, U37 0.
I.ociil unit I'rrKiiiiiit.
Whltebrtwit Coal nml I.lmo Compmiy
Tuko TtukWi nt lOUJO Htvet.
Lincoln leo company, puro li e.
Jho liiwt Twin. H. 1'. Stevens & Co.
Telephouo at tho CouniKit otllco Is iVl.
Ivllcs, attend tho Feather Kitlonl Famous.
lxnvltt'n oillco, lift H. Tenth. Telephone :W0
King Btccar, 101U O Miret, bootHiiml sho(.
Ilnllet, dlnmondfiiiml watehcH, 1I!J N 11th.
Sawyer ei Mosher, lloi lKt, Manmlc Temple.
Mineral water lined tor Imthlng, 101(1. Oht.
Trickey & Co. .wholesale nml rebill Jowelem
U Unrr, Jeweler, mtiiblinliir Ib74, lOliiOht.
For kid glove HerK)blieluier it Co. tell the
Nobby ftylo hats nml lino ueckwenr at
Canon City Coal nt tho Whltcbroaiit Coal
nml Limo Co.
For ImiHirted Yams and Silk Uibbous. II.
1U Kinsley if.Co.
Try somo of tho lino fivxh ftslt hervisl every
day nt Cinneron'H.
KK'lalJlnen and white goods tale at Her-
polslieTiTter & Co.'n.
Clonks, cloakH of every (leserlptloii at Her
poWielmer & Co.'i.
Canon City Conl again nt tho hltebrenut
nlnnd Llino Co.
lionet iitentK, nml vegetables of nil kinds nt
Caincron'ii Lunch House.
2TA droji lit Imth priem nndslixk at dry
goods nt II. It. Nissley ot Co. ,,'m . k ""
Full Una of furs nml fur trimming just re
ceived. Anility & MUUjmuKh.
Improved hhower for Turkish ImtliH nt 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Only place in Lincoln that tiR-a mineral
witter in baths U nt 101(1 0 street.
The grout silk sale of Inst week w ill bo con
tinued nt IlcritoUbeimcr & Co.'.
Uy nil odds tho Uncut lino of (KKket cutlery
in tho city nt Zehrung & Henklo's.
Ileniolsliclnier ci Co. nro dnlly oiening
novelties in ladles' nml children' cloaks.
For Information concerning and mteto
tvestcnt iwlnts npply nt lift H. Tenth street,
Tho finest luncheons in tho city nro served
nt nil hours nt Carder's F.uropcnu restaurant,
10 II street.
You pays your money and takes your
choice" is tho now order of things nt Odell's
Dr. II. P. Ilalley, otllco and residence ro
moved to corner of Fourteenth and L streets.
Take tho Klkliorn-0. & N. W. route
vthtibulo sleeper to Chicago und tho east.
Everything now nnd neat, finest menu nnd
licst 000k In tho city tit Carder's European
restaurant, WU V street.
Tho llnckt work In tho city at Haydcn's
photographic studio. ISM O stivet. Boo our
fine tamplcs of art work.
iTako your bivakfiut at Odell's dining hall.
Order by bill of fnro r.n 1 get w Imt your np
H.'tltoilehlics. Dinner and supK'r nro still
served its formerly,
Aro you going to glvo a party soon! If so,
don't fall to leave your older for printing
w 1th the CouiiiKtt. Wo nro tho only printing
house iu tho city that makes a sjieciiilty of
this class vf work,
Turkish Cabinet, electric nml plain bath
for ladh's nt W! South Kloveiitli stieet, every
foreinwn and Wednesday nnd Friday evening.
For gentleman, every ufternoon, and Tufs
day and Saturday evenings.
Aro you seriously thinking of getting tan
gled in love or do you ;xioct to marry soon?
If so n look at the CouiiiKit'H stock of new
Wedding stationery will lo an inducement to
you and act its mi encouragement in tho mat
ter. Try tho delicious dinners at Cardor's.served
dnlly, Thoy comprise, soup, choicest meat.
Vegetables, jwiniry, etc., all for twenty-dw
cents, Kverytluug Is nicely cooked, neatly
served, nml tho price Is Jut 1 lijht for e ery-body.
SOCIETY AT OMAHA.
ItmiHii. of Vrililinu Tin, M r( r pol Klin .
(n'iiliiK- Tim Tin), i:te.
As tlic winter senou approaches and colder
weather In III)! on Hiclilc scenes, society Ih
once more arising fioin n Miiiinierx similiter
and netlvlty It noticeable hi thi nrlo' rlr
ele. The evening pally N becoming quite
iOinliir nllil tlh' elu1ihort UK' beginning to lie
Thoneiilngor thn Metropolitan' dancing
icasnn oceuried Tuesday evening mill it wn
ceit-tlnly !i most delightful nlTitlr. The IiuIIik
lookeil charming in their elegant new on
tunic, nearly everyone appealing In di (
tlml uem i Icli Mini handsome, worn for the
Unit time. I have attended many of the
Met'. (turtles, lint nocr before, on nn otcnlng
occasion hnvo tin' Indies coMiuiips Mirpiscd
their ciroit. of tlili nlfnir. Tim music n
exeellent mill the. proximo Iiotutiful. The
tilTiilr wmi n eonipleto success in uvvry pnr
Kin nix of marriages In Onuiliii. Jewish
society nro ngalit ilto and the principal t-ilk
Just now seems to center on lint two couples,
one Itclng nono les tlinn n bright young nil,
who rfKldcs on Dodge street, who gossip saj
whl soon Weil it pioinlnent Mini very poptilur
Iiimii n ikii limn. The other rosit cm rent
says that it gentleman holding a very lucra
tive position with Omnium largest Jewelry
linuso, will soon Imi weililinl to it very iieeom
pllshed young lndy of the prohibition Mute. Of
course these mo hut tumor nml lielng hu.1i
I forbear gUingumucr, hut should theie lie
nny tinth in the statements the w liter wishes
to lie Included among the ninny well wishci.
KoliMin & Clime'. picHcntutlou of ''Tlic
Hem iettil," lit IIomI'm tnl. week was greeted
hy full house. They ii io it ("rent luilr, nml
tanking its they do, ns the slmon pure of le
llii'-il I'omcily, they neer full to piny to big
business in Oimtlm. Lou V.
Tim liehl all wihiI Nhruiik ll'imiels nie mid
by llerH)lslielincr .V Co,
.Mis. IC. 1C llnydeu returned Tuesday morn
ing fi nut a visit to Omaha.
Miss rhoebe Klllotl left Wednesday for Cin
ciuunti oil 11 visit of several weeks.
Frith!: Zehrung snw Om ihu by gnslight
Tucday etening. He leturned next morn
Mr. F. A. Ilrowii hits returned from llleli
mond, Iml., where lie was laid up sick for
Mrs. W. F Hiill'iimit was called to I'nrls,
Kentucky, last week ly tho sei iout illnoM of
Al Full-brother, of the Call, has gone rnst
for a pleasure trip to Cincinnati, New York,
Indies wishing to get a real bargain In a
black Hlk waip Heniietta, call on Ilerixil
hheliuer iV Co.
Wednesday night was tho timc-customed
"Halloween,' and tho youths of the city did
not forget tocelebrate it.
Work of paving tho streets with biick was
coiumeuctsl Wednesday cm Tenth stieet, in
front of the Ilohauau liliK'k.
J. Z. Uriscoe Is now actively engngwl lutlio
real estate business, with oillco in room 0,
over lilt South Twelfth stieet.
Huy jour domesticM, linens, hosiery, ynms
and comets of Ashby and Millspaugh at their
closing out sale, and save money.
Mis. A. T. (Ireen of Freeport, III., parent
of our populnr young busiucHt men, Will nml
Kd (Ireen, Is In tho city enjoying the hospi
tallty of her sons.
l'atrkk ICgnn has leturned well pleased
with his recent trlpost, w here ho sjioko w tth
Illume at one of tho largest and most enthus
iastic meetings of tho campaign.
An exchange gives the follow iuggratulti u .
ndvlce: "There Isa ipiautlty of spurious geld
coin Moating' about Kansas nml Nebraska.
Look out for it." Thanks, we will look the
matter up when weget scum coin'
A iitniilier of young men who were very
anxious to orgaulzi it wheel club when there
wits none, have not Ini'ii heard fiom klueo the
eluli U'gini actual life. Their ardor cooled
very suddenly. We wonder why
It Iseeitainly gratifying to travelers to
know that there Is such 11 reliable pi cpnmtiou
ns Chnmberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dlnr
rhit'it Hemedy. No ono can alTord to tako 11
long Journey without It, For sale by W. J.
L. Meyer fc Co. nn showing tunny new
things in dry goods at their jHipular store.
Their stock Is always new to supply their im
mense trade, ami ul imrgalu prices. Do not
fail to call iiKu them if in need of anything
in their line.
J. II. McMurtry nnd daughter, Miss Tote,
nfter it summer's pleasant visit in Mnnitou
Springs nml other Colorado resoits, returned
home Tuesday. Their ninny friends were
pleased to welcome them home for the winter.
Several memliers of Canton Ford No. 8, I.
O. O. V., gave L. J. Dyer a grand spread
Tuesday evening at 8:'H), tho occasion being
his tlfty-second birthday. Tim evening was
IMsscd in pleasure at Mr. Dyer's residence,
everylnsly having it good time.
The concert given nt Masonic tempi Tikm
day evening, for tho lieuellt of the Church of
the Holy Comforter, was an artistic success.
Several of our most prominent v ocnlists ami
sololstH were on tho program, nnd tho alTalr
was thus made mi enjoyable one.
Tho corner stono of tho church of St. Fran
cis Do Sales will lie laid Humhiy with appro
priate ccieiuoules, beginning ut'h'IO. lit. ltev.
lllshop Domicilii! w 111 lie present nml perform
tho ceremenv, assisted by nmny distinguished
citizens and local CiUholic societies,
Tlio Coi'lilKli Is lit receipt of n beaullful
bouquet of cut llowers, sent with tlio compli
ments of tho Homo for tho Friendless. Iadics
nml gentlemen who desire elegant floweis for
ixirty or other use would do well to send their
orders by telephone, li','8, to tho gieeu house
of this charitable institution, as by so doing
the Homo Is licucllttcd. Orders will receive
prompt attention, nnd certainly if we may
judge by the llowers sent us, the stock kept
on hand Is etptnl in fragrance nml lenuty to
anything kept III the laud,
The many kind friends of tho bazaar got ten
up by the ladles of St. Theiea's congregation,
mid in fact tho whole publlu in general, will
lo pleased to hear of Its great and well
merited success, SItiee its do; the executi". e
committee litis lieen busy receiving repoits
and settling accounts, and theie now rests in
in tho treasury tho sum of three thousand
dollars (fH.IKH) 00) clear of nil expanses a
proof of tliu wondrous eenl on the pint of tho
ladles, nnd n hearty cooperation of tho good
work on tho part of the public.
Mr. Adolph Meyer, Junior member of tho
extensive Jewelry nml inusio house of Max
Meyer & Co., Omaha, was n Lincoln visitor
Monday. Mr. Meyer expressed great itdiulr
atiou for the capital city nnd luiule many
complimentary wiiniks lemding tho city's
prorierity nnd its advmieement in the mt
year, Mr. Slejer canto down to look nfter
tho interest of their now lirnnch iccently
ojieued in Lincoln, nml before lotvlng ex
pressed himself us well pleased with their mu
sic stole and tho bright prosH'ets, nlthough
the firm hits always had u good share of busi
TKT TnRT BAY N0T1I1NO IS I.OBT.
All eminent cook (not Joseph) says tlmt
licet loses ono-third of It. weight In liakirg.
It loses about three time tlmt much when
so S)o tlmt n trnmp or tho nolglilor' dog gct-i
Into tho kitchen.
OETTINd DOWN TO TIIK t.EVEt.
"li tho country out your wny nettling very
rnpldlyj'' wrotomi Imlinmt tiinu to n friend
in Oregon. "Ho fust It would mnko your
hend swim," tho friend wrote hack; "n land
slide last week took my fiirm of 300 acres
from tho moiintnln side nml dunivd it Into
tho vnlloy lu twenty-wvon Milliliter."
A Ct.EAII IIIIIKCTIUK.
A letter iu umiled in l'ituhurg recently
nddrcsMNl to "The Hecretnry of tho Knnvy
Drpnrtmcnt," mid tho Intelligent postal clerk
Kent it to thownrdeu of tho itnto pcuiteii'
U'AUMEtl lint vv.
"I Ullevo" Mid tho traveler, "tlmt I
would hnvo frozen to ilciith ono night lost
winter, whilocroKKing it spur of tho Ilocky
mouutnlnK, hut for n lilgliwnyumu. I lmd no
tilnnkct nml no buffalo robe, mid win nt tho
jxiint of freezing when tho Htngo w as HtopiKil
nml tho kind hearted roblier, neelng my con
dition, coveted me with it revolver." Dur
(tctte in llrooklyu ICagle,
Atpeuriiiire. Are Deceitful.
Don't Jiulgo n limn by nponrancra wholly,
unlcMjou aro prepared for surprises. Two
tueii who sUtrto.t out front Fort Fnirlleld n
whllo ago In nenrch of oats wero set back.
After going about a iloreu miles thoy found
u log liouso, whoso owner, in reply to (ue
tlons, ftnted that ho had tlio reijullvd IM
bushels to Bell. When tho purchnFcra got
ready to juy for tho oats they could rIiow
only (40 in chnngonnd it VX) hill. "Now,
seo hero, l'at," they caid, "we'i-o In it llx.
What will j on do; tako tliu f 10 and trust us
for tho balance, or take back tho rats!" "I'll
do nalther," said l'at, "I'll cluing tho bill I"
which he did. IjowUtou Journal.
Sho Cnll n cnbl Why, Percy, nro you 111!
What's tho matter!
Percy My trousersl They nro tho tightest
011 tho street! I am it month Isiluud tho style.
Quick, or I shall faint with shame! Life.
llotlt front tlio Same I'litce.
Hero Is n slight contribution to that amus
ing collection of things which ono "would
rather hnvo left tumid." Gossip assigns tho
authorship to tho wife of one of the most
prominent leaders in tho house of representa
tives. Sho was entertaining a number of
friends nt her house, tho other day, when a
gentleman entered tho room, closely followed
by aiuHhcr, whom ho led up to where tho
lady of tho house was standing, with the
"Mrs. C , permit inn to present to voti a
particular friend of mine, Mr. , of Demo-
"So glad to seo you, Mr. ," replied Mrs.
C promptly, "so glad to seo you;" nnd with
an evident desire to say something graceful
ami at tho sumo timo something that would
niako her now acquaintance feel thoroughly
at home, sho added:
"I huvo 11 parrot thnt comes front Demo
rnra." Imagine tho startllngeffectof such nspeeeh
upon an unsuspecting strnngerl Now Yoik
BOMB rtRAlUNO THAT WII.I. lWtOVK INTKR-
KSTINU TO YOl'NO MO I'll KIM.
MOW TO (U'AIU) AOAINST TIIK DISKASB.
Croup is tlio terror of youny niotliors
cripccliilly (luring tlio curly winter
mouths, ns it is then most prevalent.
To post tlioin cottcernliiK tho cniise,
first symptoms, treatment and how to
prevent it, is the object of tills article.
The, origin of croup is 11 common cold,
children Hint lire, .subject to it tuko cold
very easily and croup Is almost sure to
follow. The lirst symptoms of croup is
hoarseness, it is a peculiar hoarseness,
easily recognized nnd oucu heard nl
ways rcinemben'd. Usually a day or
two before tlio attack, tliu child be
comes hoarse and gradually shows
symptoms of having taken cold, nnd
this is whero tliu mistake is usually
made, the mother thinking her child
lias Just taken cold gies it no especial
attention until awnkutieil in tho night
by tho violent coughing of thn child,
finds it has tho croup and remembers, it
has hud a cold or been hoarse for a day
or two. Such circumstances often oc
cur, and lu many cases tho mother has
nothing in tlio house that will relievo it,
and may ho several miles from a physi
cian or drug store. You can well ini
agiuo tho situation and her distress.
Tho timo to act is when the child first
becomes hoarse or shows symptoms of
Inning taken cold; if t'haiiiburlain'f
Cough Hemedy is freely given from
that time on, all tendency to croup will
disappear and all danger ho avoided,
Tho remedy prevents, fully ten thous
and eases of croup every year. It is
tho mtiln reliance with many mothers
throughout the Western States and
Territories; they have learned its value
Hid how to use it, and in those families
ci'ui.p is seldom known because it is
always prevert !.
Tho best livalmcnt forprounisCliam-
1 berlain's Cough Keinrdy used as di
rected with each tuittlu. t areiui in
quiry fails to reveal a single case whero
it has over failed although agiuat many
tovore and dangerous cases have been
cured lV it. Can any mother who ban
small children uli'ord to be without such
a remedy. It costs but lifty cents, can
she alVord to take the chances for so
trivial an amount.
A Good Linimont.
When you need n good llnlinent try
Chainberlain's l'ain Halm. It cures
Sprains, Lnmu Hack, Hheumatlsm,
Ni'iirnlirln. Cuts. Uriises, Iliirns, Scalds
CO cent aud dollar
GREAT SILK SALE.
Ashby & MillspangtL
Double Store under Opera House.
CURTICE & THIERS,
THE LEADING MUSIC DEALERS.
Weber, Haines Bros., Shonninger
Just received, a New Stock of Musical Merchandise,
consisting of Violins, Guitars, Music Boxes, and everything in.
the Music line.
The largest and most complete Stock of Sheet Music
in the City.
114 S. 12th St., Lincoln, Neb.
1222 O ST.
Steam Dye and Cleaning Works
S. R. MANN, Proprietor.
Ladles and Gents' Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired on Short Notice. Twenty-
five per cent discount on all Plushes, Velvets and Sealskins Steamed
for the next Slxtv Davs.
YOU OUGHT TO SEE
Tltli NEW LINE
Fall Patterns in Carpets
In Tapestries, Drussels, Ilody Drussels, Mocpictts and all olliur
line floor covcilngs. Our line of
Can tot be equaled In the west. Call nnd see us.
A. M. Davis & Sor.
Webster & Briscoe Block, 129 South 12th St.
J. W. SMITH, Representative.
We carry a Full and Complete line of Foreign and Domestic Cloths in all
Shades und Colors.
Also nt Affiilon, III,, Aurora, III. ami I.joiir, la.
Pine Worlc, Correct Stylos, Popular Prices.
a. Mustang Liniment a
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