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Have just received an elegant
i Ladies' Parly Slippers
and Shoes in colors to .natch
Suits worn. Also a hand
some line of Black and
A specialty for a few days will
Welt Waukciipliast Shoe,
for street wear, at $3s50.
We have this shoe in all
widths from A to 12, and
sizes i to 7.
A FULL LINK OK
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
ALL SIZES and WIDTHS.
1 1 29 O Street.
H. J. HALL & 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 0 Street, opp postoffice.
FOR CHOICE AND CHEAP
Books and S tationery,
LINCOLN BOOK EMPORIUM,
143 H. 10th at, under V. M.C. A.
Also a llrostockof ALI1UMS, I1I11L.1SS,
SCRAP IJOOKS, FEN or PENCIL
TABLETS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, kc.
Saturday Evening, Nov. 10, '88
Cornor I Oth nntl P atroots.
Tho CorniKU will not 1h responsible for
nuy dohUmnilo by any ono In Its niuno, tin
Ioks 11 written onlri accompanies tlio sumo,
1. Wiihhki., Jr., I'rnp'r.
Black Silk Sale!
(iULATF.ST Of Till: SKASON.
Herpolsheimer & Co.,
Tim (.'oil 1 1 it Cuu In. I'liiiml At
Windsor lloli'l News Hliiiul,
Jupltul Hotel NowsNtund,
Udell's Hitting Hull News Hliiml.
CliiMin A Fletcher's, lllli () Street.
A.T. LomlngACo'M.. mm O Hired.
Tlio (lolliiini NowsHtnuil, IIS Houtli Mill Ht.
Keith Urn., Ill Noilh llth Hliod.
1M. YiiuiiK. KWOOHtreel.
Knton .l-Hiultli, ISIIU
J. Bti'lnlsrg, O st. upp. wtotllco.
Ilniw h'h Cafe, near Windsor lintel.
BEST G RAD IDS OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, 1137O.
I.oml nml l'rritoiiiil.
Whltobronst Coul nntl Llmo Compnny
Lincoln Ieo company, puro It e.
Tlio lit Tons. 8. 1. Slovens & Co.
Telephone ut tlio CouniKU ollleo Is 'iil,
Lidics, nttoiul tlio Feather Sulont Famous.
Leuvltt's ollliv, tir S. Tenth. ToIophoneMO
Kin); Stoenr, Kill) O street, Ihmi'.kuiiiI sIiocm.
Hnllot, diamonds nml watches, 1 lit N 1 1th.
Sawyer it Moslicr, llorlsts, Masonic Temple.
Mlnornl wntvr used tor ltthlng, 10111 O Ht,
Trlckoy &Co.,wholcnlounil retail Jewelers.
L llnrr, Joweler, tftiililNlurl IS7I, lOIPOst.
For kltl gloves HeriHiMiciuicr & Co. boll tlio
Nobby itylo lints nml lino neckwear nt
Cnnon City Conl nt tho Whttebrenst Coal
nml Llmo Co,
For Imported Yarns uud Bilk Ribbons. 11.
It, Nlssloy &;Co.
Tiy some of tlio lino fresh llt.li served every
ilav "t Cameron V,
Seclul linen mill white goods mlo nt Hcr
lH)l!ihe.inr & Co. s.
(. lonks, cloaks of every description nt Her
jMiNlivlinur oi Co.'s.
Tlio great diamond nlietlim niIo ut Hnllctt's
Canon City Coal again nt tlio AVhltcbrcust
nt nnd I.lmo Co.
llonst meat., mid vegetables of all kinds nt
Cameron's Luueli House.
A diop in both pricis and stinkpot dry
goods nt H. It. Nlssloy & Co.
Full lino of fins mid fur trimming just re
ceived, Ashby & Mlllspnugh.
Improved shower for Turkish baths nt 101(1
O street, basement Union block.
Only plnco in Lincoln Hint uses mineral
water in baths Ik nt 101H O street.
The grout silk mlo of last week will lo con
tinued nt Heixlhcimcr & Co.'s.
Ity nil dlds tlio Illicit lino of pocket cutlery
in the city nt Zohrung & Ilcnklo's.
Forjiolsholnier & Co. mo daily opening
novelties in Indies.' mid chlldicn's clonks.
For information concerning and rates to
tvi'stcru polntK npply nt 1 15 H. Tenth street.
Dr. D. F. lliilloy, otlUo niitl restdenco corner
of Fourteenth and L streets. Telephone (117.
Tlio llnest luncheon!) in tlio city nro served
ntnll hours nt Carder's European restaurant,
"Ynu pays your money mid takes your
choico" is the now order t thlni"s at Odell's
Tnko tho Elkhorn-C. & N. W. routo
vextfliulo deeper to Chlcngo mid tho enst.
Always on time.
Everything nuw nnd nent. flnefct menu nnd
best cook in tho city ut Carder's European
rwtnurnnt, UH P trcet.
Tho llnest work In tho city nt Hoyden's
nliotocraim c studio. ISM O street, boo our
lluo camples of nrt work,
Tnko your breakfast at Odell's dining hall.
Order by bill of fare tnd get what your an
potlto desires. Dinner nnd supiHT uro still
sjrved us formerlv.
Are you going to glvo a party soonl If to,
don't fall to lenvo your onKr for printing
with tho Coumr.it. Wo nro tho only printing
lioustj lu tho city thnt mokes a speelulty of
this chivs cf work.
Turkioli Cabinet, electric nnd plain bath
for ladles nt '-'"'1 South Eloventli stieet, every
forenoon and Wednesday nnd Friday evening.
I For gcutleninn, every afternoon, mid Tucs-
day mid Saturday creniugR.
Aro you serioiibly thinking of gutting tan
gled in lovo oi do you ox-iecl to marry sconf
If MHilook nt tlio Coi-iiikii'h htoek of new
w willing stationery will lo un Inducement to
you nnd net ns an encouragement hi tho mat
ter. Tlio honor mid Integrity of tho manage
ment of the Louisiana 1ittcry comMiiy nro
now fully established nil over the country.
All who know anything nlioiit it know that
tho draw lugs of tho company me held with
tho utmost fulriiets mid all prists paid fully
nnd rnuiptly. ThouniniNiiro icndy of their
own Lr.au Ivtlgc to tullfy to this.
Thi: dvinii nt in
Aw I wiilne me cnll.v, chappie, RPitlly,
1'ivnptlie pllluli 'lieath my bend,
Turn the KiiHii llll In liluliuli,
And plnco Iter plclelnili on the lied,
l wi.nl to Ken her race at paw'tlmr,
l.iioU (lie ilriir ewciiteliiili In lli(M')e
'I'd ,(( irxllM'sl I leleiKt 111 I Mil v v ,
I'aw inu awl now l' o jnt to die.
Aw! Mir the Hull tiwlitlititli.cliapplc,
1'ilt.Mnmli awn lieneiilli inu ineli,
I fear I'm dwIu wviittcr. chappie,
Aiuliiwl my liweatli has k"I ii elieea.
Now, put your huud In mine, old fellah,
And awl! Union while I've tiucatli,
'I'liey'ro tlio lust words I'll nouk, ileah
l'nr mimiii I'll- awl lie riil.l In dentil,
Awl inmiy n re the uluhtK, de.ili elinpple,
'IIidIIiuuIiiis sirirtly slipped nlontf,
While wo the alaw would Hood with lailiilc
Ili'Uiille the howulis with mlwtli and kouk.
We've pleilued oilull fwteniU anil sweet-
We've ilwank tii--iiwl-"imnli twiin love's
To lilne, In lilueli, nnd In the hurel,
Mill ntuws were fnlllUK In II") l(lf.
Awl I've lieen thlnliluu now, old fellali,
How my ilus have kiiiio In wuMc,
Thill all mi ul i wevelsaml imiuiiiIiik
Were lint fwillls of pnliipnlieil taste;
'I'liNjiiuuli the yealis thai Iiiimi uwl-ruileil
N i) lme ui'Mili know ii it -ii -till .
Ami now, when aw! the death nlootn
I cannot, old eliup, liireiitlieupwiiynli.
Ah! wiiIko mo Kcnlly, ehupple, Kimtly,
llu hi); her pleteliali neiitli tiy .lulil,
It's UdlllK (liiMlliih rust. old elinpple.
Turn I he t-nn up re, 'tis nlirlit-
I lieah thiiellnU of nliiesel;iiln(,',
Ami see! Iierfiiee Hiiht lii with Juy ;
Hut, dentil old eliup. Hie curtain's lulling
(lci(l-h.c-I'iM toiui;--aw! ileali imy.
Aw! pwoime a lllllelilnliiih.
Put jouiili hand ukuIii In mine,
No iniiuiih I'uw me Hie elluli of ;hnes,
No lluw Inu of (he uuiliaw wine.
Asiill tlinse ullitsoryoiili, ileull elinpple,.
That wcmioII liiiM'ulinlly seen,
When fw mil Hie riutliilliK, ullttewttn; uIicth
We ilwiink (o wiiiiiiili--tiiiiu'H iml) ipleeu
We two hnvo woilined Hiestweetstocetliah,
I'ull many lunwiiluiis, death old lad,
Awl hliinitlim out the eelmlun cIiowiih
So woystowliiK, so weekli'H--nlinl,
Wo'Miliisleil- nw! life's sweets liiitetliali.
We've ilwalued Us spwiliKs of love ami
Hut uw! tin curt ul n now Is fnlliiii;.
I'm il liit,--itw!"tonli;ht, ileiirlmy.
Kmimi flic iVrie Ymh Truth.
Mrs. J. O. Kler left Wtslnes lay for n vllt
to Colorado Springs.
Sirs. C. S. I.lppencolt vitltoil lu Oinaliu
hoverul itn s this week.
Frank Hatliuw ay nnd Charley Clark nro out
for u hunt hi tho wilds of Wyoming.
Ilrlek pnvlug on Tenth stns!t comiuencliig
nt N nnd going south Is progressing llnely.
Frnnk C. Helming leaves tomorrow for
northurn Iowa on a trip ot uiercmitllo iu
torests. Hallett Is disoslng of his hniiilsoiuo stiK'k
of jowelry, watches, diamonds, silverware,
etc., ut auction.
Tho Irving society hnvo arranged nn Inter
esting pnigruiu for their meeting tonight nt
tho High school.
Tho whist oluli met InM evening nt Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. M. Hull's homo and enjoyed n very
Mrs. J, II. McMurtry has returuo I to Colo
rado Springs to Join her daughter who Is
spending tho winter ut that risort.
Miss Cora Silvers of CIiIoazo who vvius vis
iting old time frieuus In Lincoln this week re
turned homo with her father yesterday.
Cull on J. C. Field, Lincoln Scavmiger, for
prompt workday mid night. Olllec under
First National bank. Cull telephone -I'.IS.
Everything wusdioppod this week for sl
itlcs. Social nirairs worn uou-est uiid tliure
foro tho lack of society news in today's
A testimonial pnrty to bo given Tuesday
evening nt Temple hull by his friends, NIki
mg urraugt-d lu honor of Mr. Edgar E. Ed
wnrds. Tho oMnlng pnrty of the l'lcmuut Houi
club Is announced to take plnco November
27, at Masonic temple. It u ill be, ns muni, a
Mrs. II. (lolilberg, of Chicago, mother of
Mrs. I). ise, uiTlvod In tho elty vcs'eiiliv
uud will visit several mouths at tho h t ci's
home, 1.VJ8 K stivet.
Tho young Mnplo of tho Flint Baptist
church niityisl a pleasant soclil Tuesday
evening at tho ivsldenee of Mr. mid Mrs, S.
S. Keiiney on East O street.
Mr. H. 1). Silvers, mayor of Lincoln in its
early day, but now u resident, of Chicago,
wns hi Lincoln this week, mil u uo'.c):m
guest, lie returned homy yesterday.
Invitations ate out for a jurty to b given
Monday nfternnon nt tlio homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Alliert Wutl.'nsin honor of th twelfth
nnnivci'Niry of their daughter, MIsCliiin.
The Frank Llndon ctiuiblnatitiu which has
been resting in Lincoln for k oral weeks,
until the election escileiuent wns over, loft
Wednesday lor Seward to opu their wi .
Uetts Sc Detts, !W7 South Eleventh, nro
again in the Hour nnd feed business. They
Lis.'p everything in their lino nnd will l)
pleased to receive n call front their fi lends
mid tho public.
ThoCofitiKU'H stationery depmtinimt bus
Just recolvid nil Invoice ot card Uiurits, '22
-S, lu all tho high colors, ulso black. This , is
tho nobbiest material for signs and art paint
ing uud tliey nro sold v cry chenp.
An enteitniiimeut of rare musical merit
wns enjoyed by u largo audience nt St. Paul's
M. E. church Wednesday evening. Tliu pro
gram wns mudo up ot some of Lincoln's best
talent nnd tho affair is spoken of generally us
having been n big succefK.
Mrs, Oriiulnger, ncoonipiniod by her son
Frank nnd daughter Miss Lulu, arrived in
tho city yesterday, on a visit to tho family of
Mr. A. C. Zelnier, on M stieet. Tlio ninny
fi lends of Frnnk will bo pleased lo know of
Ids iccovery ufter iceent illness.
Tho third social club under title of The
Pleasant Hour, has como Into existence. This
time in tho hands of n number of our young
eolonil citizens who have Uidr llrst dnnce
Thursday evening at Bohnunu's hall. It w 111
bo known us tho Pleusnnt Hour second.
Wo hnvo hi our elty literary clubs, whlst
clubs nnd enchro clubs, but wo hear of no
crlbbugo clubs. Crlbbugo Is one of tho most
Interesting, entertaining, exciting and com
plicated games of cnrdB wo know of. Ono,
two nr three couples enn piny nt ono tublo.
Now Is the tlnm when you can buy Clir'st
mns presents nt your own price. Buy n ring,
wntch, dininontl, or anything witublo ut Hal
lctt's auction Kile. Indies will recclvu prompt
attention nnd their overy wnut supplied by
lls. Dawson, tho wlfoof tho venerable auc
tioneer. The fiincinl of tho Into Clinrles E. Root on
Moiiduy wns attended by tho Lincoln Pros.?
club inn lusty mid lu tho last testing place of
tho faithful now spoK'r worker each member
dropped u llowery token, it was a s-id scene,
but a Unutlftil net embleinntiu of tho warm
friendship lu which tho deceased wns held by
An Arctic Hello's Atllro.l
In a lecturo In lirooklyn, In rolntlon to tlio
Polnr sens, Wllllmu Brndford gnvo tho fol
lowing description of nti Arctic Mlo:
A red silk Iniiiilkcrclilcf wns tldl around
her forehead nnd rlblKins fluttereil from tho
knot of hnlr which stood up on thn crown of
her head. I ler liools w ere as red ns her hntnl
kerchief nnd ipilto ns Kitless. Her trousers
were of the choicest mid most sliding seal
skin, neatly ornamented with needlework
uud Ix-nds. Her Jicl;ct wns also of sealskin,
met with trousers nt tho hljis, vvl ero it wui
fringed with n broad baud of oldcrd'iw n.
Detroit Fi en Press.
KitrprlM-il All Aioiinit.
"ByJovel thoso Jackson girls will bo sur
prised to sen me."
I c r, f
t ;'". K:t.H
i" ' i -r
They were Life.
Ho Would Walt.
Thcro wns onco n populnr comedian vvhoo
nnnio was neither Orlo nor Urnball, yet
whoso dominant weakness wns suggcstlvo of
Itoth thoso unines. His mntingcr, having
hml In run of 111 luck, gnvo him the noil ono
salury day nnd said: "Look here, Mr.,
tho treasury is running low nnd I shnll hnvo
to ask you to wnit n lltt'.o for your Rilary,"
which wns n good fnt tlgure.
"Certaluly," wns tho ready nnd gracious
response, "Certninly: I'll "wait till It's
paid." Detroit Free Press.
A Story About Sheridan.
Richard Brlusley Slieriduy, tho brilliant
orator nnd dramatist, nnd audacious mana
ger, wns whnt tho Unks ot Scotland Yard
would cnll n downy cove. Ho wns dining nt
n friend's liouso ono evening nntl found him
self much beset by ono of hU fellow diners of
tho Kiddy old maid variety.
"All, my dear Mr. Sheridan," sho said, "I
should so lovo to tnko n walk with you this
Thn wily Sheridan was nppalled nt tho
prospect, "Oil dear me," ho replied with
well feigned regret, "my dear Lidy Blank,
it is mining oats nnd dogs. I'm nfrald I
shall havo to forego tho pleasure until It,
Fiftoon minutes Inter tho nlert spinster, who
did not trust entirely to Snortd-in's sincerity,
detected him lu tho not ut sneaking out by u
"Oh, Mr. Sheridan!" b'jo exclaimed, "has it
really floured upl How delightful I '
"Y-y-vs u-itu that I: it lias cleared up
cuoush for ono, but not enough for two."
A good btory is told of Miss Mary Colletto.
(daughter of tho popular comedian, Charles
Colletto), wlio lately mndo n successful debut
under tho Keudnls' management. Ui.o even
ing during a starring engagement in n pro
vincial town Mr. Colletto had sent his daugh
ter, then u child, to see, tho pcrfurmaueo nt
thorlvnl show. At supiior ho Inquired Iioiv
she likeil tho cntcrtuluuieut.
"Well," said tlio juvenile critic, "I thought
it dull nnd very vulgar P
"But ho.v v.iro tho other spectators
"Thei-o wcro a few," roplieil httlo Mlsa i
Mary, "that they ux-nusl afraid to hiss!"
A Curloiu Colnrlileiicc.
"Just flvo j ears ngo tisluy," eald n farmer
nt tho Central in.irl.et j cstvrday, "I wns coin
ing in with u load nt iwtntoeiiiudn bag fill
off tho wagon. When I missed it I v. cut
back, but some ono had gobbled it."
"Upon my soul !" ;;asod a man who btotsl
by, "but this is btniu'ol'' ,
"Just llvo years ngo this mornlni; I found u
bag of potatoes near tho toll gato:'1
'It must hnvo been mine."
"Not a doubt of it."
"You'll bettlo with me, of courre. I hold
them tour week?, utn charge of fifty cents
nor week storage. I nlvi rtiscd them to tho
amount of $1.'J0. Then, as they wcro lie:
niiig spoil, I paid un expressman SO cents
to cart them to mi orphan asylum. I'll run
Into tho olllco nnd iiuiko out your bill."
Ho run In, but when ho cumo out tbo
farmer nnd bis team hud slid out and were
not to bo found. Detroit Freo Prcs3.
Llttlo 3tiio's Secret.
A resident of Pcterboro street who has a
llttlo il-ycar-old daughter named Mary, was
sitting in his library after diuiicr, when tho
llttlo ono elimlwJ on hU kueo.
"i'aiia do 00 lovo nioP bho asked very
"Yes, pet, very tuueh, IndcjJ," was
"Does oolovo me r. whola houseful P
Being at.ure.1 of this, llttlo Mary becanto
very demonstrative, nml hcrfuther fclttliut
ller face uud araw wero dripping wet.
"Halloo I" ho exclaimed, "boon in mischief,
"Pnpa," Ml:cd Mary Inslnuatlugly, "can oo
keep n secret P
llcr father nssureit ncr mat no coum,
o wuisnereii 10 nun:
It Will Ho, Next Year.
"I tlilnl: that I eau ut lost oa:!aIm with
Monto CrUto, 'Tho world is mine.' "
"I hnvo learned tho trick of pitching n
curved ball." N'.urotltsi Statu Journal.
rit T X
i I.- . ' tt rrx iv.i
C J s
"Ma sptlleil linger bowl at dinnei' mo
dwou'd; don' 00 tell inaiiiiua'c.uiMiuuiiu
ust horrid." Detroit V rco I'i-c-a
You Cant Afford to Miss It
Commencing this evening, Saturday Nov
ember ioth, the large and elegant stock of
Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac.
will be offered at Auction, and the sale will
continue every afternoon and evening until
the stock is disposed of. It is the chance of
a life time to buy
JEWELRY AT ADCTM
ijuuI ) ou should at least tro to the sale and sec what a little
nionev will buy. Ladies will be received bv Mrs;. Diuvsnn
who assists her husband in conducting the sale, and eyery
attention will be shown the fair ones.
You can't afford to Miss this Sale at-
1 13 North 1 1th St., near O.
E. DAWSON, Auctioneer.
Ashby & Millspaugh.
Double Store under Opera House.
Webster & Briscoe Block, 129 South 12th St.
J. W. SMITH, Representative.
We carry :i Full and Complete line of Foreign anil Domestic Cloths in sill
Shades nnd Colors.
Attn ul Mviiloltt, III., Aiirom, HI. mid I.ont, Ai.
Fine Worlc, Correct Stylets, Popular Prlcus.
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