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WEBSTER & BRISCOE,
io.,3 O Street.
E.T. ROUIiR'IS &S0N
212 North nth Street,
Whiiltor Hotel A'liit'x,
Telephone. Ollkc ls Resilience 156
Open Day and Night.
HAGENOW & ASCHMANN,
OlVice.Uooins 139 nml i.o Ilurr Itlock.
,) II. V. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
IluUilliiiM completed or hi course of civet lo.
Irom April t, I5WJ;
iIiisIjichs block. OEmitcomcry, I lilt nml N.
lo do 1. V IllUininlcr, I Ith near N.
Restaurant (Oilolht) 0 B Montgomery, N nont
Itcililcncc, J J IniliofT, J nml l.'tll.
.to J I) Mitcfiirlniul, g nml (Ith.
1I0 John Zelirinii;, I) 11ml lltli
il Allien WutMiw. I) liet nth nml 10th
ill) Win M Uimnnl. Kliet Otli nml l(t)i
tin r.H(lullirli, STIli mill N.
1I0 J i: Itecd, M I), K Ut lfilh mil trtli
do I.tl M IkiMuln. (1 Ih-1 lHth nml I8II1
Rntiltarlum building nt Mllfnnl. Not),
Flrrt lnpllt church, I Ith nml K street.
ortimrjr e!i IjI iii I Ndlvlii.r to.nu nt Wyuku
Onieo . Rooms 33 nml!l
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS - 2
Atchison, Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Kansas
City, St. Louis and all joints South,
East nml West.
Tlte direct line to Ft. Scott, Parsons,
Wichita, Hutchinson and all principal
points in Kansas.
The only road to the Great Hot Spring
of Arkansas Pullman' Si.p.ki'kks anm
Fkee Kkclininu Ciiaik Cars an nil
H. G. HANNA, R. P. R. MILLAR,
City Tkt Agent, Gen'I Agent.
Cor, O and nth Sts.
Own nml operates S-VX) miles of IliormiKHI
nulppcil ro.ul In IIIIiioIn, Wisconsin, Iowa
Missouri, Minnesota and DnUobi. .,
It Is tlio lloit Direct Itouto hetwi n nil tin
Principal Points In tlio Northwest, Pouihwu
mul Far West
l-'or maps, tlmo tables, mien or passnuo nm
freight, etc., apply to nearest station msont n
OIIICAOW, JllLWAHKKK A Mr. t'AUI. ItAII
WAV, or tb nny Kniiroad Agent anywhere I)
il'mWiftn, A. V. II. OAllI'BSTBlt.
Oeu cr al MVr. Oeni Pass. A T'kt Airi
Ai non' "Mirr. At. . P. A I. Au
A " MllwuuUco, Wisconsin.
rm-Var Inforniallon In reference ,1n,
,nTOii owned by l ho Chicago, - I w u
Si... nt mil Hallway Compuny.wrtu toll
SOME QUCCR OLD D00K3.
Volutin nf IVriillnr Intrrmt Olil Itrllr
In lllliln Ixirc.
Ill thnilepartineiitnf illlR'lvnt rliiuvli vx
lilliltint tlio C'liH'Inmit.l eetitennlnl urn noino
rnrn olil uoniler. Two lumilroil nml forty
two IniiKUiiKoN nml illalei'tn nro ii'ircooiiU'il
In hook ami imtuplilet form, onu unlipin
viniik't of nlxly four luges nlono repii-w-nt-lii(
IU1 sMi'liuiu erwn from cniloiii Imllf
ferent Iiimhiiiik'i"! niul illnleets In uhloli (In)
IlolyHorlptim"! Iinvn Ikimi prlnteil miilelivii
Intcil liy tlt Alilerlemi llllilo noelrty mid tint
HrlllMi mill Foreign lllhln Koelety. Tlili Ii
tlio weonil edition enlaroil. A h ork of x
eiilliir Intereit Is an mieient llehrmv nyna
goblin loll, fiOO year old, eontalnfng tlio
HiMik of lather, with n heatttlfully earved
A ipieer looking (lerniau llllilo, stnlml mi I
worn, though nt 111 In n stnto of leinmknlilo
prevrvntlon, lying ojhmi, with mirlent lHk
tunrk hi plniv, N tlio projiorly of .Mrs. Ilnr
Uirn (irleek. 117 MeMlcken iiveiitic, Ciiteln
liatl. Tlili llllilo N'JTlljivim old, was prlnteil
III l.llllier'u eollegn town, Just ItK) yearn after
l.utlier was iimdo mi I.UI). It Ih n iunrto
volutiiK foiiuiled on Luther's text, mid U no
iiuiMiili'(l hy u (-oimui'iit on ohseure pni
Nigel. It N lllustitited after tlio hlheht
stylo of (Icra-ail mt iMigi'MVlng or tlio Six
leenlli eeutiif), ns (aught mid prnctlceil hy
Allii'(H'ht Diiexer mid Hans Hollielii. Tim
ni'tlst levels In tlio inystlenl miliouiieeiiieiiH
of thu AponilypHO. Ho shows tho linnets
Koiindliig their trmnpet8midiliigusie('eiid
lug ukiu tho Kins of mail, as mi authentic
sKrlineiior(Ieriuail wihmI ingriivlng In tho
iK'Kinnlngof tlieHeVeiileenth ivnliiry. Tho
viiliiiiiK is Unuid in i-tlir hturds, eoxered with
heiny old leather, with hoveled hniM eor
iii n mid leather hueklo elnsp. Tills mieient
lllhlo lias liven in tlio fatally for eleven gen
erations. Aeopyof (ho "Mathewn llllilo" Is another
eurhwity This was puhllshed In 1W.I A
largo partof tills edition was Imrned ! tlio
onler of tlio liiiiuisltiou, only l,fj eoples
Ihidliig tlielr way into elivulatlon. Th edl
tor was John Kogern, tho nnglish martyr,
wlioso pietiirn form) many jears relorued il i
pagei or Hid New L'ngiand primer. This
copvw.w printed In I.Vil, and from itssiro
wnniNiiiiiiKHily ealleil tlio (Ireat Ilihlo. ,Vn
ofh.r i-opy Is a Geneva ilihlo, hoinetlni's
called "Tho Old llreeehes llllilo," from th
einioiiR rendering of (leni-iiis III, 7: The-y
Mwved llg leave together mid iiiado them
wives hnsvhes." Tliollmt edition was puh
llshed III tho city of (lennva from, It is K.iid,
sllv. r ( j po In 1M10. It was (ho mnrl popular
uf all verHlmiH III Fngland for sixty vearx. It
w.im pivjiaivd mid published under tho wijht
vision of Calvin, Rnos, U'lilttlnghniii ami
Col'-r. This copy was printed In 1indon ,11
IW.). and Isllio property of Win. (llhson, of
Ih (llliMin house, Cincinnati.
Still auollier ivllo In Ilihlo loiv is a copy of
tlio llrst edition uf (Im fiimuw "iiui.r,...,' m
Me." This Is tlio llrt 'authorized i:uKs!i
i rsion. mm coniinucii in nso ainong iho wo
di) for ti long tlmo nfter tho pulihcatlon of
Illng .lainea' ven-lon. This rello was h-aiied
to (ho Younir .Men's llili'o hih-Ii'Iv ilu niu,,..
exhibit wore alo the.so other hool.j nu-n
iMiieil) by tho Initio seminary.
Dili; eao of curious ivllos in this cliureh $h
partment is tho exhlhltof a returiird Chtuits
missionary, Mm. J. M. Shaw, whoso liushand
diul in China. This exhibit belongs to tho
i'resliv terinn .Mltnntirv i.u.ti.ti r il... r'li..
clnnatl p'vsbytery. A Clilnesoiiieturo book,
complied (1 "0 yenra ago, l.i muong tlio nm
ineutiK's. This ImhiIc was widely known and
reau, niw columns iiiciiieutssupposeil tolia o
been taken from tho livcaif real persons who
lived (KK) mill TOO voaiit m'n. Tr.niOnt.il 1.1
Iho following, as nil Illustration of contentE-
liT .. I . 4 t
J.J1IU pareius weit) xery oiu, unit rearing
that thsy might bo downhearlcu, o, when
ha was "U ycam old, put on t bright Ilowenvl
(unlo (mil jierformed ehlldlsli antics before
them to inuko them foraot that tliev wero
Thcro Is nho n raro old Cliinoso Testament,
publlshwl on neo imper. Deti-uit I'reo l'resa.
A IV t Stiirllni; Tulks.
While (ho ivHldcnro of Mm. Davit, on
Potin avenue, was tho sceno of u dancing
party tho other evening, mid during a waits,
n i-t startling came Muttering Into tho room.
Ho planted himself on tho piano.
"What kind of n bird is that, anyhowl"
said homebody, "Ho is dark, steel bluo, with
light spots on his breast."
"ll'ml don't you knowl" Paid somebody
elso. "It is a thrush. I should thlul: ny
ono could lull that."
Professor Uuenthcr, who was at tho piano,
tvniaikod: "I have heard that Mrs. Dtiris
brought that bird from Uennany four yeui
ago, mid 1 nm suro it is a thrush, n bird that
hits tho hweetost note, next to tho uiglitiu
gale, of any feathered singer 1 know of."
When tho professor wan about to make bin
lost remark In ilefctiho of hU assertion that
tho bird was n thrush, tho fellow in feat lieu
suddenly buarhtl: "Shut tip!"wi(h sueli ve
hemence mid eclat (hat (ho Ktilhtcs of a
grave could not havo been inoro noticeable
than what followed.
Mrs. Davis camo forward and explained
tho whole thing. "Tho bird," sho said, "is a
Marling that I brought from (loiiuany four
yeariago. When tho starling is jVung it
can lietftiiught to speak, which isdouoby
making iv skillful iucisfou in u thhi mem
brane under tho tongue. That was dono with
this bird, nml ho can talk a great deal. Hut
liesulM that, lio is very lame. Ho (lies all
over tho city, and to Alleghuuy, mid oftou ho
is away for wveral days, but hoaliiayd re
turns again." Pittsburg DUpateh.
A Mull of IlesoiiWK.
An Interesting flgiiro in ono of tho leading
restaurants in this city Is that or an old man,
shabbily yet cleanly dressed, whoso deport
ment Indicates that ho lms seen better das.
His maimers nro most courageous and geu
tloinanly, nml though his drew reveals pov
erty, thcro is an indescribahlo something
uhout him which cuforcoj respect. Ito walks
into tho rustauraut in iuestion in tho morn,
lug, sits down when ho can at a table al
ready almost fully occupied, studies tho bill
of faro long and carefully, and dually orders
soma such modest repast as biscuits ami cof
fee. Ho is tpiito us deliberate after ho hai
been served as ho was bofore, and bites his
biscuit and sips his collco slow iy. Ho gener
ally lingers at tho tnblo loug after those
whom ho found seated have departed, and
tho waiters who h.ivo watched him though
none, of them nro Inclined to hurt tho old
gentleman's feelings notlco thatirYoll left
by ono or a morsel of meat left hy niiotho" is
daintily forked by tho old gentleman after
tho others have left. Thus ho gets a hearty
breakfast frequently, though his order is
generally uwager. Alhuuy Journal.
3 1 re. niirnett unit Ilur 1'ninlly,.
Mrs. Praueis HoJgou lluruett has rc
uirucd to America after an abscnco of
elglitov'ii mouths abroad. Her two sous,
Lionel and Vivian, aged It and It!, wcro
with her, but havo now gono to their father
in Washington. Dr. lluruett fa an oculist of
reputation, and n man of moro than ordi
nary intelligence. Ho married Mrs. Burnett
in Tcmiosico, before sho hud made her pres
ent reputation, mid by his judicious guld
unco has lieen of lucalculublo help to her in
her professional career. Mr. Harnett Is u
pronounced blonde, whilo her husband is u
ueeiUvd a bruuette, HarpcrM D.irar,
Oenrri)lly in rrpnlus; Attire.
Ho had evidently ilsen from n good dlnnrt
n few mlnutoH Iiufoiv, had tlio tall, jmrtly
man who sIiikIo down Denrlnirn avenue
nlKiiit H o'clock. Thero was a contented es
prtiwlon on Ids I tidily couutouauec. Hewm
Miioklng mi exipilltely flavored clgnr of the
kind that ctmbi 'St cents apiece. Ills light
overcoat was thrown oeii, desplto the cold
wind, lvealiiig his evening dress mid broad
'Xmtuo of shirt bosom, wliereon siiaikled
two In rgo dlainoinlH, Altogether, lio pie
rented n plcturoof procnty that attrnctisl
ti shabby iuilhldiinl who flunk out of an
alley, lio stood with cap pulled well down
over hlsejis, shivering In lilslhlu crwit,
"Fxciiko me, sir," lie said. "Could I speak
to you niiilnutcr"
Without uniting In ivcelvo ihtiiiIssIdii, he
plunged Into his story. Tho llrst wmiU or it
brought tho diner out (on standstill.
"I am Jinteutnf tho .toilet cnlteiitlary. I
won't H.ay I w ns innocent, for I win guilty.
It as drink that led mo to steal. I want to
leiixo my past llfo U-hllid me, sir. I want to
get win I; mid begin anew. Hut I can't, l'to
walked the streets thlity hours without shs'p
mid without food. Oiui) I was near having
a Job, when I saw tho policeman tiint ar
ivsttsl mo coming tip the street, nml I went
iiiiny. I'm tired with cold and hunger. I
uocr begged before. Will ou help me, sliT
There uhm a glaio In hinejes and a hollcw
iMgerness In his voice. Tlio diner out had
"My friend," said he, "I don't kn iw
whether you mo telling tho (ruth or not. I
liopojoiiuro If jou havo fallen Intoexll
wajMiiud been piinlNhed for It thcro Is no
lenson In that why jou should despair. You
havo llfo left, mid whilo theio is llfo there is
Iiok It is never too lato to mend. Homo of
tlio best and greatest men lmo risen to glory
out or tho ashes or their former lives of cor
ruption. Take this,'' and ho balanced a coin
between his lingers, "but don't spend it for
drink. Lt It help you to le a man. Deter
iiilno to"l) one, anil loiiml.ii tho world look
up to on Instead r down iiiHin you. Good
Ho dropped tho coin in tho tramp's out
stretched Lund and entcinl tho darkness.
The iinfoitiiiinto hastniied tj tlio nearest gas
lamp and looked at tlio coin which lay In his
hand mid II I led his heart with such wild
It was n nickel I Chicago Tribune.
Ho Was Mill Alhr.
Mr.. Jason Jehlel, was (hero over any
such person as tho rool killer
Mr. Jason What idlotlo questions you do
ask. How- tlio dickens do I know f i norer
Mm. Jason Oh, I know that. TcrroIIautu
Tlio Arl7nn:i Klelier.
Wo tako tho following from tho last issuo
of The Arizona Kickers
riuuu ton Lmuu -Our genial sherlir, Hill
Majen, dropiied In on us tlio other day to
Riilucribo for a copy of The Kicker to soud to
a friend in Vermont, and to speak words of
cheer and encouragement in regard to our
enterprise. Itefuro ho left ho incldcntally
icrviil pajieM on us in libel suits as followii;
Tho Willow lliK'l.Itu CIO.OW
Jack Illncu &),uxi
Col. Jolnwon 10,(i)
51 r. Hinithvrs 15,(XXI
All tho above suits wrro tho result of a few
truthful paragraph In u icceut issue, and
whilo not exactly expected, are not unwel
come. Wo don't think a nowsmier amounts
to shucks until It has half a dozen libel suits
on tho docket, and wo don't beliuvo thut any
editor will get up nnd hum,) hliiiulf until ho
realizes Hint lio has got to ralso fL'dO.OOJ in
cash Inside or a year. Friends, Unmans!
Come and bcottsl
Fxi'LANATOUY. Last week wonihisedour
friends to glvo tho cold shoulder to a travel
ing theatrical company which advertises! n
week's engagement at Hoot Hog or Die hall,
and after phi) lug to unpty benches for two
nights, thu imnpa'iy ilid out of town, though
not before long tho leading man, tho villain,
tho juvenile, tho llrst old woman and Clara
Vero Do Vero, tho heroine, had stoned Tlio
Kicker olllco and dared us to come forth in
tho stilly night nnd bo mangled to a pulp.
. Let this boa wurningto other theatrical
companies. No free tickets were left at this
olllco in this case. In fact, Tho Kicker was
coolly Ignored. It will bo wUo in all othuM
to como nnd iw us nt once. Wo want at
least six doadhead tickets to front .scats, ami
in case wo don't get 'em tho show Is going to
provo a bad financial failure. Tliii olllco is
tho place to get date lines and dodgem, nnd
this paer Is tho procr medium to uilve rtlso
in. Detroit Free Press.
Not Kucli n Hiiiall Mutter.
Mr. Duuuiug was at ono of Moody's meet
ings, when a baby cried. Tho mother tried
in vain to hush tho child and bccmed much
"Never mind, madam," said Moody, "Tho
baby doesn't disturb me."
"That may lie," tho woman nuswered,
"but you disturb tho babyl'' Lewiston Jour
nal. nail Ill-ginning.
Youug Physician (diagnosing n caw)
In tho llrst place, sir, you must drink- k-ci
Pntieiit I never drink any coffeo nt all,
Young Physician (considerably annoyed)
Weil, you ought to, Life.
"I don't say marrlago is a failure," raid
Adam, candidly, as ho sat down on n log just
outside tho Garden of Eden nnd looked hun
grily nt tho fruit on tho other side of tho
wall, "hut If I had rcmuiuod smglo this
wouldu't havo happened." Chicago Tribuuc.
A Ilualtliy riacc
City Man Is this locality healthy f
Coutitryman Healthy You bet wo'ro
healthy. Wo'vo got ter be. Thero ain't a
doctor within forty miles. Philadelphia
Acltiiowleilulni; tlio Compliment.
Tho Drill liergcai.t (after worrying Nesbitt
for two hours) It ight about facet
Ifeshltt (p.rfcetly Immovable) Thank tho
Lord I'm iipiit about sumclhlugat lut.
CLIPPINGS FRCf EXCHANGES.
Prlnco Illsmnrck has gotu back to liecr
Tlio report upon thn French vlntagosajs
that tho Injury from tho Phylloxera seems nt
last to havo lecn nrrcsted. Blnee I S7." It hns
caused tlm enormous loss to Frnuexi of
Tho authorities of Portsmouth, Fnglnnd,
have built u nw Inmilng b-ith for pmiier chil
dren, who will all Iw required to learn to
s Im as a pai t of tliir regular schooling.
News from California sa)s thoChliiesn of
thatstato havo leased umuerous largo rami i
at Fresno, mid are building a packing liouso
nlKehun. This Is mi eudeauir to head off
tho movement to supplant them with boys In
picking and cunning fin I .
Llder Kvntis, tho head of tho Khnker family
at Now Ldianon, has been r.ioiidlng soino
tune In Now York of l.itu ntteiidlug to the
publlentlon of his w tilings. At bO years ol I
Im looks and acts ami talks like a vigorous
man of M.
Tho unspcakablnTiirk regulates (horerv
nut girl itucttiou with a hlcli hiiml. I', el.tv
j eiwki employed In tho lnicrlal palace i r
loiiMiiniiiinpic, who stiiick on account or
nou-payitieul or wages, havo lieen sent Into
Mile. Where nro tho woman's rights js'O
pie Hero Is n chanco To.- niimionary work.
A Michigan farmer, nfter losing three
shoats, moored a largo Imarto tho hogpen
to grapple with tiiebiar that was feasting on
bis stock. Tho bo.tr Kw-ssri long tusks,
nnd pounced upon Union the moment ho ap
eared, Tho liear attempted to hug his
enemy, but tlio jiorker was (on cute, mid
nfter n haul light ripped the Intruder epeii
with Lis tusks. The fanner then camo up
with a lantern mid brained tho depredator
with nil nx.
AmelloUlus Chanler has sot tho fashion
nt afternoon tins of w curing n kid shoo made
llkon glove, e teh dainty too having a se
arato pieco of hid fashioned our It, Til-sliou-i
nro low at th heel, mid ladies insist
that (hey nro very comfurbible. They cor
taiuly ought tugiNo great relief to tho tins
lifter they havo I cen cramped up in the uar
r w pointed show which aro fashionable (or
I'(iZ7ln to mi Iiimireil Man.
Nol ody knows what an Iinuianco policy
means until lio has been burned out. Tlio
proprietor of n liumilo icpalr shop has been
for years carrying a policy, not only upon
his goods, but also upon nrtieli'H left with him
for repairs. 1lioe latter were spoollleally
mentioned in tho policy, which was ti vcr,)
broad liiitriimeul in its terms ami appoaivl
to I o "hoivo lii,;h, bull i troug and pig tight"
hi its power to protect tlio man who paid for
it. it called for a larger amount than ho
would hnui placed upon his own property
alone, ami lie was in the lialut of (elling peo
ple who left (heir property with him that it
wai amply protected.
He was lmrneil out th other da), nml n hen
h-camo to settle with the iitMirauco jKople
th.-y ilisiiued totvcojiilsc liuclaim in behalf
of property left with him for ivpalr-. unless
ho had in each instance speelllc.illy agreed
with tlio owner that its lovi by llro shouM lo
tnado gooil, and eharisl n consideration
therefor. They took this position on the
ground Hint ho was not otherwise roponsiiili
for tho property left in his shop. They v
serted that a watchmaker, for instance. U
not responsible for w niche left with him for
ivpairs, unless h make n special iigreenicut
to this i fleet with their owno s nnd cliarges
them for it. If this bo true, It is n good
thing for icoplo generally to know. In Hi
case referred to the owner of tho repair shop
wonders what he litis Ivcii paying lor all
thiio )cars. Huil'alo Courier.
Caso In n llixpltul.
A stiaugo caso occurred at (ho general
hospital of Hull'tilo recently. A woman had a
serious operation iwrformed, nnd after it wi.s
all over sho began to grow very weak from
tlio shock. At l'J o'clock at night llfo was so
low that the pulse w ii3 scarcely to bo felt, and
a rather uniwul resort was made of inject
ing a quart or salt water Into her veins
This rev I veil her almost instantly, but it was
only for a tune. Then a pint more was in
jected, and ono of the doctors drove off
uipidly to a milkman, nml had him HU tome
warm, clean bottles with fresh milk, foi
which the cow had just boon milked. The
bottles were put in wnrm water, and upon
arrival at the hospital a pint of the warm
milk was injected into tlio circulation, mid
shortly afterward another pint. Tills mado
thru) pint. of saline solution and two pint of
milk. .Still tlio patient did not permanently
revive, and, as a List resort, a transfusion of
n small quantity of human blood from the
arm of ono of tho doctors wan mado. All the
efforts of tlio physicians were in vain, how
ever, nnd tlio woman died twenty-four hours
after the operation. Now York Press.
American Cotton In Uiishln.
Tho Kibsians think that Cio great cotton
mills in Mox-o.v and elsewhere will, within n
couplo of )eaM, lie enabled to rely iimhi cot
toa grown iultussia, mid thus become inde
pendent of the American and Indian mark
ets. Tho Idea may bo exaggerated, but they
nro certainly making great and not unsuc
cessful attempts to cultiwito it themsehes,
and tho Kussi.tu government supports with
great energy every effort in this direction.
Kecontly two great Moscow- (Inns icsolved to
mnkon trial on a largo scale. Upward if
',500 acres were planted w ith American cot
ton seed In the neighborhood of Merv. Now
At School With Iter Children.
Amoug the pupils of tho stato normal
school is a young w blow w ho has three little
children in the primary department. Thero
lb something lino mid inspiring in Uio thought
of that gracious )ou:ig mother going to
sehcol every duy with her own little ones,
full of patience and ambition, setting herself
lit the task of educating lux-self above tho
petty incidents mid occasions of life, grow
ing round in a m ntal way, fair and com
forting nt nil times. If n woman Is rightly
educated this is what will have been accom
plished in her, uo more. Bho will simply bo
i:i better and truer pioportiou. New Or
1'ieo Towns of (ii'miany.
Hamburg and lircmcn liuo llually sur
rendered most of their ancient privileges as
fao hauso towns mid become incorjiorateU
in the general (lerman customs system. They
still retain the rigntxjf representation in tlio
Frutsiau ur.d G'ermau parliaments. Hxten
sivo improvements havo been mado in con
templation of tho change. Whole blocks of
old houses havo been demolish, d, new ware
houses nnd new quarry built, and thowhurf
quarter transformed, Chicago Herald.
Vegetarianism In i:nglainl.
Not only In Loudon aro vegetarians push
ing forward; in Manchester also eight ics
tuurauts are ilounsUiug. 'i huvinro now two
x egotuiian societies mid two journal. It is n
popular error to associate thu word "vege
tarianism" with vegetable, tho loot word
lielng vegotua vital, vigorous, wholesome,
healthful and fruit, grain and nuts cuter as
largely Into tbo vegcti6t's dlotary us vege
tables. Homo Journal.
To Call and Kxamine the Large and Elegant Stock of IM
PORTED and DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Just Received hy I he
A MERICAN T AILORS
i.j 1 1 Farnain St., Kaxton Hotel Bldg.
They are Leaders. STYLE, FIT AND FINISH surpassed'
by none. Do not fail to give them a trial,
ZEHRUNG, BURNS SHENKLE,
Wc crrry at all times a fine line of
GRANITE KITCHEN UTENSILS
FIRE SETTS, TINWARE
And the most Elegant Variety of Pocket Cutlery in
the city of Lincoln.
1217--121Q O STKIEIBT-
0 $(lfW' 0
From Mother Goose
IS THE RANGE OF HOOKS AT
PI. W. BROWN'S,
CALL AND Si:i: TIILM. i i-t S. IILFVKNTII ST.
Where nil .ind o
Buggies, Carriages or Saddle Horses,
Can be had at anv ne, Day or Night, on short notice
Horses Boarded and .aken care of at Reasonable Rates
Call .-Mid see us, 102- Q street, or give all orders by
LINCOLN ICE COMPANY,
!! I II III !! II III! I ! IMI III i !!
Not cut fioin the 1'IUln Salt Creek hut from the Clear and Pine Wntci of
Dcllvcicd to all parts of the city at icasonahle prices.
Cstimatk Caekki'ii.i.v Givi:n.
JAMES H. O'NEILL,
I lumbing, Oteam and Hot Water Heating,
GAS FIXTURES, IRON, LEAD AND SEWER PIPE.
Matiii-.ws & Hoi.T Gas Macihni:. LINCOLN, IN U
- Importer of LnilleK',
Only House In the West that Imports Direct from Europe. Agents
in Paris, London and New York,
No. 1 5 14 Douglas Street, Omaha, Nebraska
Most Popular Resort in the City.
ODELL'S DINING HALL,
1 1 19, 1 121 and 1 1.23 N Street.
Meals 25 cts. $-5o per week.
- A' ai'"
134 Couth 12th St.,
FINEST LIVERY RIGS
In the Citv all come from the
Graham Brick Stables
1027 Q STREET,
OltDKIlS PltUMI'lI.V KXKCUTRI)
Misses' anil Children--
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