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'3 a, ieBMyaryi? JtwwuBMaaiwiiww
tvM jtJN.V 2 ,4Mfc.
Have just received an elegant
Ladies' Party Slippers
and Shoes in colors to .natch
Suits worn. Also a hand
some line of Hlaek and
A specialty for a few days will
Welt Waiikenpliast Shoe,
for street wear, at $3.50.
We have this shoe
widths from A to E, and
sizes i to 7.
IHSfccfttuC gJMMiivjlJ-J Ji
Saturday Evening, Nov, 1 7, '88
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Tim ('miiiiKii Mill not be rosonlblo for
nny debts innilii liy nny ono In Hh iininn, mi
low n written order iicconiwinlo lint sniuo,
I,. Wkkhki., .Ir., I'rnp'r.
Black Silk Sale!
(JUhATFST OK TIIU SKASON.
Herpolslieimer & Co.,
A FULL, LINK OK
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
ALL SIZES anm) WIDTHS.
1 1 20 O Street.
Tint ('miller Cun lut I 'omul Al
Windsor lloli'l Newsstand,
Jllpltlll llolcl NllWS Hlllllll,
Udell's Dluliiu Hull NcwsHlnnd.
CIiihoii .1 Fletcher's, llll) () Street.
A.T. Loinlng .U'o's., HUM) Street.
Till' (lolliiiin NowsHtnnd, IIS South lllli HI.
Keith llros., Ill Notlli lllli Hticct.
Kil. Young, wax) Hticct.
Knlon A Hmllh, IMIO
.1. Weinberg, O si. npp. Mwtouleo.
llniw ii'h Cafe, iit-nr Windsor lioti'l.
H.J. HALLS BRO
1126 0 STREET.
BEST GRADES OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, 1 137 O.
to M IV BL
Rock Springs, Wyo., Jackson
of Col., Walnut Block, Mis
souri Block, and Lackawanna
Offlco, 115 South Tonth St.
Dress Goods, Cloaks,
921 O Street, opp postoffice.
FOR CUOICK AN' I) CHKAl
Books and Stationery
LINCOLN BOflK EMPORIUM,
1MB. 10th t, uiiilor Y. M.C. A.
Also n fine stock of ALHUMS, HIIlLKS,
SCRAI' HOOKS, rKN or I'KNCIL
TABLBTS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, tic.
I.ocnl mill rrrsoniit.
Whltehivast C011I niul Lime Coninny
Lincoln Ice eonipuiry, pure lie.
Tnko Turkish nt 101(1 0 strivt.
Telephone nt tho CociiiKit olllee Is IWI,
I.euvltts olllco, 115 S. Tenth. Telephone!) HI
King Stctnr, Mil) t) street, liootsund shoos.
Hullet, iliiiinoiulH mill witche, 1 lit N Utli.
Sawyer & Mosher, llorlsts, Masonic Temple.
Mliivinl water used tor bathing, HMu Ost,
Triekoy &Co.,wlioUnloiind retail Jewelers.
L lhirr, Jeweler, established IS7I, lOIDOst.
Nobby stjlo hats unil lino neckwear nt
Canon City Conl nt tho Whltebreast Coal
unil Lime Co.
Tor Imported Yams ami Bilk Ullilions. H.
It. Nlssloy S'.Co.
Try sonic ot tho lino fresh llsh served i cry
(In V nt Cmneiun's.
Tho great diamond auction ilo at Hallctl's
Canon City Coal nguln at tho Whitcbrenst
nl anil I.iino Co.
Honst meats, and vegetables of all Minis nt
Cmucrou'ii Lunch 1Ioiim.
A ill op In both prices nndtocklof dry
goodsitt ii. it. ttiioivy tviuj
Full lino of fms niul fur trimming just 10
eWved, Ashby Mlllpnugh.
Improved shower for Turkish luithant 1010
0 btteot, tmscmcut Union Mock.
Only plai'o in Lincoln that mo mineral
water in Uiths Is at 1010 O street.
lly all odds tlio llncst lino of jioekct cutlery
in the city at .editing & Honklo's.
Clonks for tho season. I!crKilslioliurr &
Co n lnrje afsortinent at Iho lonett pr.iv.
I)r, H. V. Ilailey, olllco anil reslilenco corner
of Fourtccntli anil L htitvtu. Telephono (117.
Tlio tlnebt liinchffliiH in tho city nro hervisl
nt. nil lumrmit ChuIit'h Kurocnu rciitnurant,
"You pjiy your lui'iicy niul InkcK your
cliiilco" N tho new onlei- t thlniw at OilullV
(llnlns u 11 .
llnllett In ilit-poslni? "Mil hamlfioino stiK'k
of Jewelry, watches, iltanionils, nilverwnre,
etc , nt auction.
Tho "Kllto" Studio 0tcnliiK Uil afternoon,
at 'i.M 8. 11th st, from il to 10 o'clock. Hou
venlm for tho lailleH.
Ijitlle alwns llml It to thuir nilvnntnRo to
buy .llkH ami ilnss booiIm nt J. & I). New
man's, 1W7 O btnvt.
Everything new anil neat, finest menu an'1
bent cook in tint city at Canler'8 Kuropwiu
Thollnest woikln tho city nt llnyilen'n
photographic studio. 131 1 O taet. Koo our
lino camples of m t work.
Call on J. C. Field. Lincoln BcnvmiKcr, for
piompt work day and iiIkIiU Olllco under
l'lrol Nntioiml bank Call telephone 40S.
KleRimt Sou venln. will bo bIvcii away at
tho opening of tho "Klito" Studio this after
noon from II to 10 o'clock, li!l 8. 11th ttiwt.
Tnko jour brenkfait at Odell's lUumg hall.
Onler by bill of faio r.n I cct what jour np
IH'tito (Utiles. Dh'iu-r and supper arc still
sor.cil in formerly.
Am you going lo glvo a pnrty oont If so,
don't full to leiiVo your uiiler for pi luting
ith tho CoLiur.ii. Wo nro Iho only piinling
homo i tho eity that makes ft ipvelnlty of
this class of ft-ork.
Turkitli Cabinet elcx-trhJ tuid plnmbnlli
for ladles nt -': South Ktoventn htuvt, every
foienoon nnd AVednevlny niul Krlduy evening.
For peutlemnn, cverv afternoon, iiiM Tins
day and Saturday vvenlAgs.
Aro vou seriously thinking of ij6ttiiiK tan
gled in lovo oi do j cm i.'xpoct to marry toonf
If so n look at tlio CoruiKii'H stock of new
wedding stationery will Iw nil ludiicement to
you and net as mi encouragement 1u tlio mat
ter. Now Is tho Unio when you can buy Christ
mas presents at your oh ii pn-o. lluy a ring,
(inteli, ilminoud.or nny thing Miltnblu at llal
lett's auction snlo. Ijulleswill lecelvo prompt
attention mid their every want mppllcd by
MisDnwbOii, tho wlfoof iho unernblo auctioneer.
Miss Clnrn Hnncall In vlltlng In Now York
Air. nnd Mix. A It. Tullx t aro visiting In
Mrs. K. Wllllnms left Monday to visit
friends In Minneapolis.
lteiui-liihvr tint big sain of plush garments
at Newman's, next wtvk.
Will lliirkloy left Thursday for Htanbury,
Mo., for a two weeks' IMt.
Mrs. (' H. LlpMucott returned Moudny
dfter n Keek's Islt In Oinnhii.
Herpolslieimer K. Co. Iinvo oiM'iicil their
liumi'iiso stis'k (if hnlidiiy goods.
Miss Ni'llln dermis of Colorado Springs Is
(Isitlug her mother, Mrs. (leo, (lerans.
No less than a dorcu proinlneiit wistdlugii
nro on illt for tho remaining days of 'MS.
Mr. mid Mrs. ICenl, after a pleasant visit
In Keokuk, Iowa, returned homo Tlmrmlny.
111. Ilov. Tlios. Ilonneuui left Huiiday for
Chicago on a tilpof alTairs connecUsl with
Mis. H. T. UoImmIs, who hnslKvn ipilto III
for tho past wcok, was ickiiIim1 yesterday as
Uni'irw n r, hosiery, gloves, woolen gissls
toboggans, In numeious vailety, at llerHl
shelmer te Co's.
Has It entensl your mind yet that Christ
mas Is alarmingly closo at hand. Only llo
weeks until tho great holiday.
(IraudOneueugor the "Kllto" Studio this
afternoon fiom!) to 10 o'clock, 'Jv!0 8. lltli
street. Klegaut Souvenli-s given aMny.
Do you siilTer from cntarihf You can lo
cured If you tnko IiimhI's Sarsapnrllla, tho
great IiIimkI duriller. Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. A llaller has resigned her xwltliiti as
organist at St. Theresa's ehurch mid l'rof
(tebault has Imvii iipHiiutsl to llll the vu
Our friends of Trinity church exiieet their
new edlllce ready to hold servleo lij the Hist
of .lauuary. Wo trust I hoy will not bo ills
appointed. I''. A. FnlkenlM'rg was ono of the delegates
w ho lnf I Monday for Dos Moines to Ihi pres
ent nt Iho annual meeting of tho Mislern
Miss Kllen Miller, after a to montliH' visit
pleasantly HiK-nt in this ity witli her sister
Mrs. 1'. W. Ilnrti nil", returned to her homo In
Doylestown, 1 Vim. . Mondaj'.'
A. C. Cass, now of Denver, who still thinks
Lincoln Is A tho worst city in tho world,
was In tho (lly several days this week on ii
visit of liu'liu'HS mid pleasuro.
Hugh Conlcy, mi old university student,
who Is about to locato nt tho now town of
llnrrlsou, Neb., was a visitor in tho city
Thursday, neeouipiiiiled by his wlfoand child.
Klovcnlhstieet from .1 to C having bis'ii
allotcd tho public as a limited thoroiighfaro
for ssnly diiving, owners of fast stock may
1j seen thereon dally sjierdlng their trotters.
Mr. and Mrs, .1. L. Hopkins hnvo climigeil
their residence In New York nnd will hero
.ifter Ihi pleasisl to mwt visiting fi feuds while
In Amerlcn's liietiopolls, at number 7 Fifth
Will Fnirbrother, brother .f tho Irrepres
slblo Al. Falrbortherof tho Call Is visiting in
Lincoln. Tho visitor U editor nnd proprietor
In iHirliiershln with Will .lay. of the Sioux
Tho great painting, "Tho Foolish Virgins,"
by l'iloty, in tho sist olllco building, has
attracted much ntto'itlon this wtvk and com
menu generallj' heard liavo been vorj' com
pliuHutnry to Iho work.
S. M. llcnedlct nnd family nro oneo more at
homo in Lincoln. Mr. llomsllci has Invn
vest and llko hundusls of othera has con
chlded Hint Lincoln Is lot u degree or two
ahead of nil coniHtitors,
Tho Modern Woodmen of America will
glut n hall and banquet nt Temple hall next
Tuesdnj". MemU'iH of neighboring lodges
Imvo been Invited and a number of accept
ances hao lieen uvelvo.1.
Tho tlilul story of tho.ehrung block, cor
ner Twelfth uinl N streets, is Mug haud
Miiucly llnlslusl, and when conipletisl will be
occupied 1 1 " tint I'lilon club.
Tlio Cor HIKIIH stationery departineut has
just reeelvisl an invoico ot card boards, '."Jx
Mi, In all tlio high colors, also black. This Is
tint nobbiest material for signs nnd nit paint
ing and they nro sold very ehenp.
I Note .1. iV I). Newman's sieclnl sale nn-
uouncemenl in our auverusmg coiuins iisiny.
Thev offer 'JOiH'rivnt off on all plusli gar
ments next wivk and It will pay intending
purchasers to call and see theso bargains.
Col. Wilson returned Wednesday oveufng
from his Kuroncnn trip. Tho Colonel has
Ikvh iibronil so much that n trip of this kUnl
ikvms little moro to him tlimi an orilinary
M'rsou would think of u tiip to Now Yoik.
Oeorgo Uiwrence, manager ot Frank Lin
don's dranritlecoiniNinj', was marriisl Tliurn
day evening to Mis Huttlo Nuvlllo, ono of
tho nieiuU'rs of the ooiany. Tho ceminony
nnd reception took place at tho Hotel Ideal.
A train load of California excurdonlsts,
eastward bound, passed through tho city
Wednesday via tho Hurllngton, stopping hero
long enough lo regnle tho inner num. There
wem nearly two hundred jhtsuiis on the
Tho ladies of tho Congregational church
gavo a Japanese Tea Wednesday evening
which was a decided success. Piano recitals
from "Mikado" iii(i n hvture by SKneer
Hounell, went features of tho program, with
exhibits of Japanese wares aim confec
tionery. Tiino for purchasing winter comfortables
U-lng in hand It Is but necessary for the
CocitiKH to call tho attention of its renders
to the fact that Iiulo Meyer it Co.'s stock of
these cointnodltes is now complete and ready
for inspection, l'rkes a. usual nro low ns the
John Onrver, malinger of the Lincoln
Newspavr Union. Is at present in Illinois,
where, within ten days, ho will wed ono of the
fa lest daughters ot that state mid return
after a shirt bridal tour tolo -ate nt a mar
ried limn in this great and glorious city of
Miss Ixmise Williams of Hotuii, n niece of
Mr. Wnlcott, the hnrdwmo uiwhiitit who
recent I v IikiiUmI here. Is Mtl'tg the homo ot
her relatives In this city. Mis Wllllivus w ill
pus tho winter in Lincoln and her pies nco
in society will bo welcomed by n host of new
Tho Coi'ir.!U wnnts to know why the Vol
apuk wK-lety that llnurU'.iod so nicely last
winter has not been heal d of as yet this sea
son. Probably our esteemed friend nnd
vohpftk itcholurv Mi. W. J. lbynnt, can give
u a few words on the subject. We trust to
livnrwMnof ti.o society's re oignulition for
An nrternoon tea pnrlr ill be given by
Mrs. Finnic Sheldini at her mivgulllcent new
honle on Thurwlay from tluco till six o'clix'k.
Tho arrangeiueiitt. luvitntions etc., Imvo been
on u grand older nnd the CovniKii prisllcts
1t will Int'the most elegnut uffair of the Mud
uviT given in the city. The Sheldon's never
do things by halves.
Population of Wist Llneo'n has been in
creased. Slavor Austin reporU tho town
The regular monthly meeting of Iho Wo
innn's Foreign Mission society of tho St. I'nul
M. K. church, was held Wednesilny nfter
iioon In tint church wirlor nnd was Imgely
iittended by iiiemberHof the soelfly. At six
o'clock tho ladles received thmr friends nt tho
regular lea, which usually closes Iho month.
The evening was pleasantly sent by nil.
Oeorgo Foro.-i.nii has Wn entertaining n
ipiartette of old friends from Hnriihoo, Wl.
Thny w ei o Messrs, It J. Koch, J. T. (lelhlng,
A. F. Helner and V. V. Wllley, and after
rwvlvlng roynl hoipltallty fiom their es
tivmed host, left Monday for n trip over the
F.lkhoin line, cxeotlng to look Into the great
west n fnr, or kHiiih farther, than White
woisl, ). T.
Thoovnlngof Max Moyer & llro's Liu
coin piano parlors will tnko pla.-o Monday
evening at their new location npsslUi the
Capital hotel. A grand muslcnle, III which n
numltcrof our most prominent vocalists will
1st heard, Is llm attraetho piogram celebrat
ing tho occasion. Malinger Hnnds will be on
hand ns well as ono of the firm from Omaha,
to receive and become mspinlnted with their
John U. MeClure, general wintern jMi'sen
ger agent of tho S. M. & St, I'nul, who Is
located at Omaha, Is in Lincoln looking after
tho Interests of his jxipnlur route mid meeting
his many fi tends, "Mle" i n genial fellow
and hasn host of puns stonsl nwny, which
ho springs nis-tii Ills Indulgent friends, his
latest being on Harriet lleecher Stowe. Uo
mo alwajs pleascsl to recelvo a call from Mr.
A young gentleinnn of this city, popular In
society mid n iiiein!orof last year's Pleasant
Hour club, Is Just now counting the iiiiihimt
of dajs until ho nnd his lovely sweetheart
will iKVome one. The nffnlr Is to lake place
in Kvnnsville, lud , IKvemls-r 5th, uml Hie
twain will reside In Lincoln mid 1st nt home
to welcome friends With the ls-glnnlng of the
new j'enr. Curds will Ik) Issued next week.
Who Is It? We c.uiuot tell. (lues.
Tho tunny friends of Henry C. Melnno will
regret to learn that ho is still In n dangerous
condition. Ills now twenty days slnist he i
was thrown fiom his saddle and druggist by
the foot until lusousible, nnd his mind is still '
cloudisl and he reuialns delirious most of tho i
For One Week Only !
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL
Our stock consists of newest designs in Morijcskas, Jackets,
Call carlv before assortment is broken.
Si D. NEWMAN, 1026 O St.
received, a nice line of figured China Silks.
You Cant Afford to Miss It
Commencing this evening, Saturday Nov
ember ioth, the large and elegant stock of
Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, &c.
will be offered at Auction, and the sale will
continue every afternoon and
time. Mr. Molonol one of our most activ
eltlireimind his absence from the streets Is I ..1 -4-.1. ', ,1!.,1 ,i T 4- ,.
iiotlciililo by nil who knew him. Tho Cock- , W I- 3LUVin. IS U1&UUSUI Ul. 11 IS
a life time to buy
, and vou should at
who assists her
attention will be
ir.it holies next week to roKrt his condition
The advertisement given below was re
ceived at this olllco yesterday, with request
(hat it be published today:
LOST, STUAYKD OR STOLKN.
i.itti.i; wii.mi: IICIHKKI.I.,
On tho night of tlio ri'i ublleaii rally, strayed
away from Ills liieml. A geneiou leward
to any one who will return him to three anx
ious young ladles.
Cards for the welding of Mr. Charles I'.
Wells, formerly of this city but now of
Omaha, to Mis Kiln Wet.ler of 1incaster,
Ohio, were reeelvisl in this city Thin sday, i 111 OIK')' Will buy
announcing the event to take place at the i
homo of tho bride November twcnty-llrst.
Mr. ntul Mrs. Wells will bo nt home, !MI7
Capltal avenue, Oniaha, after December first.
The many friends of the gentleman will be
plc.tscd to lenru ot his good fort lino an 1 will
extend congratulations accoidinglj-.
lleo Hlvo Ixlgo 170. Urotherhood of Iico
motive Fileincn, will give their tlilnlnuiitinl
Imll at Mns'tnlc temple Monilay evening, No
vemlicr 1 lib, nnd elaborntoefforts forn grnnd
tiino are iiolng made. Iho many persons
who attended their ilnnco Inst year know how
well every detail was nianagisl and what a
ptensaiit time generally was enjoyed. This
year's nffnlr will surpass oven tho,) hereto
fore nnd the tittcndnneo will certainly bo to
the full eaimelty of tho hall. Tickets will bo
on sale by members of the hslgo or can lie
promt ed at the door.
Tho CocillK.lt ftvls much encouraged In its
late enterprise, i. c , that of securing and
publishing tho fulls -oro of Into mid popular
music in Its cohuuns, mid w ill in future pi o
sent to its readei-s, and eqieclnlly the musical
classes, such piece as wo think will Ihi of
most interest and culerlninlug o have
completed nrimigeineuts for tho publication
of Mnrle .Tnnseiis fiimmis song from "Krnit
tile," just n tho celebrated vocalist sang it
uluktlv for months at the Casino theatre in
New York city, nnd will print the snine on
page live, next Saturday.
Several wookauiio tho CmrtlKlt uunounceil
that nceitnin young druggist was about to
swing into iniitiiinoninl lillssfuhuiss. Today
wo take pleasure In announcing that Invita
tions aro out for Hie wedding of Mr. Will
McArthui' to Miss Ainm Saunders of Jit.
I'leiisntit, In. The affair tkes ilaco nt the
bride's home on WtslneMlny evening next nt
six o'clock, and tho happy couple will bo nt
home in this city nfter a few day's trip to
Chicago and the cast, at lH-'O O street, De-
combo- llrst. Tlio C'oi'lilKH acknowledges
receipt of Invitation to be present. i
Those of our readeis who witnessed the,
exeelleiit presentation of The Little '1 coon nt I
FunUes last week will yet reincinber, that hi
the second net, w hen nil left the stage exjt-pt I
Viola, (the httle 'yeooiu nnd her lover, she
said "now, lovo me, for w mo ulomy," to
which les ivplj' was "No, wait Unl wo get to
Omnha." It will bo Interesting to know that
although such saying, of which wo hear slui ,
liar ones quite often dining the season, was in
this case not only in tho play but n fact in
reality, for tho couple were made man and
wife n few days later in Oiiinhn, tho papers
of that city announcing the event next duy
JEWELRY AT AUCTION
least go to the sale
what a little
Ladies will be received by Mrs. Dawson
husband in conducting the sale, and every
shown the fair ones.
You can't afford to Miss this Sale at-
1 13 North 1 1th St., near O.
E. DAWSON, Auctioneer.
Pomeroy Coal Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Otlicc, corner 12th and O Sts. Yards, 9th and .jth Sts.
J. R. LEMIST, Agont.
Oil" Tor llurope.
Frank K. (Ireug and w lfe left for New York
via tho Hurllngton Vctlbulo Thursday, and
sail from that jKirt November 'Jlst on tho ,
steamer "City of Now York," to Ihi gone .
several months. This steamer i the newest!
of the lninan lino and the largest as well as )
thelluest that now ciosws the Atlantic, tho
trip therefore will Iki duly enjojod by botn.
Mr. Zeliucr, the Inmiiu (oinpauy's Lincoln
agent, furnished Mr. and Mm. (Iregg with
through tlektlKou this the fastest Mounter
The trip I taken for business nnd recreation
the CocuiKU wishes them Ism voyage.
On Tuesday. U'tolier Oth, lvS, (always'
Tuesday,) the Ist (I rand Monthly Drawing
of tlio Louisiana HUite lottery occurred. Tho
prizes wero from f 100 to $JKI,(K)0, the nit
drawing will be over i!,(HK),(MM), In prizes
from $'.') to fCsW.OOO. This and all the Draw
ings of this Company nro under tho exclusive
control of Oeiierals Itaiiircgimt nnd Unilj
V.. KliW iliiwv Iho First C'nnltnl I'lireof
3k,(KK). It was s"ld In frnct.sjunl twentieths '
.it one dollar (ch, sent to M. A. Dmiphln,
Jlow OrlmlAi, La. UuoWeuttoF. M Ilejith (
coto. Dcrrtek City. I'u., through llrndford
NutbtrtHJ Hank, llradfoid, l'a. : another t. M.
K. LocUf), Cohlwnter, Miss., through Hank of
Commerce, Memphis, Tumi, i another fc J. C.
l'roebstct and M. C. Ilanell, Vancouver.
Wash. T.; another to Ji.o. T. Cliivcr, Mur
ray, la. ; utiother to (leo. Llclithnrdt, rtacra
mento, Cn!.; another to lleti. H. Collins,
Skowhegnii. Me. : nnother to Aug. F. Llir.,
Ki.iiiifii. Kiik. : another to II. K. Chllds, F-ftf
HostoM. Mais.; nnother to .1,
fniiln. A In. : nuothei' to J. V .
ii 22 N STRKKT.
For MAN !
For BEAST !
. c .r.rsB
rt Ui.U.U I'lVL.l lti.. a,.. .., ..II (u... ..... I
. wuj wvmi vhi w.Mwi. m h) ruiui4iiun.
It III., Ml, ., I...
iMiomlng, tho latest locator being none less I loosa, Kns.; nnother to MeMjants National.
than n heavy-weight llttlo lady that nrrtved
the other day nl the ubovo unineil gentle
innn's home. All bunds nro doing well nitd
ipeucoiiud happiness reigns supremo within
tliu borders of Lincoln's liitmit neighbor.
II..I..HM Mont (III Die. I'JUI OCCIIIH
Mnniiuoth Drawing, in which flie Mist Cntii
till I'lioi Is lXI,IO All infoi'liiatlnn to bo
had by applying to M. A. Dauphin, New i
Orleans, Ui. '
Shier m ,
m.,.um mm, m.Arvn
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