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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889.
All people troubled with
cold or tender feet.
HOME OR PARTY USE.
FRANK E. LAMR,
936 F Street,
GOLD COIN STOVES
Gold Coin Ventiduct.
A. Sowicki, M. D.
KsnMrly Professor In the University Mos
J. Br, Nowlrkl has recently returned
1 rtwl. V MlllHtlllu twior r.uruv..v.,
1 r .' '1 ..... .!.. .Iia tinur Vtt4nm
whirl be tM been studying tno new bjmuiu
-'- "' - soecu ties, rentals coin
-'-'-i- ud liver, kidney unit eye diseases.
"n SrtV U t, Transit Hotel Uulldln
1 t 1
iW I W. V I
Saturday Evfining, Jan. 19 "80.
Corner 10th and P StrMt.
Herpolsheimer 4 Co.
Tim Courier Cun bo Pound At
Windsor Hntol Now Htund.
Oopltnl Itolul News Htnml.
U.IuII'm Dining Hull News Htnml.
Ulnsoit A Fletcher's, 110 South II III HtrcoU
A. T. Looting A Co'h,, 1100 O Htreot.
Tho Clothuui NowsBtninl, US Mouth nth HL
Keith llros., lit N01II1 llth Blrcot.
Kd. Young, HttOO Htreot.
Kuton AHmlth, 1J3IO
"T'I)lnnion(ll,liarmacr,,,v19th and N Hts. ..
BEST GRADES OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, 1137O.
Local unit l'craminl.
Whltcbreast Cotil nnd Unto Company.
Tnko Turkish nt 1010 O street.
The lcst Teas. B. 1 .Stevens & Co.
Telephono nt tho Couiukh office is 'J33,
Otlell'i dining lmll, 131 tickets for f 1.00.
Sawyer & Moshcr, llorlsts, Masonic Tcmplo.
Mineral water used ror ItntliiiiR, 1010 O st.
Trlckoy & Co. .wholesale nml retail Jowolurs,
Attend tho red mark talent Ashby & Mills
Try sotno of tlio lino fresh llsh served overy
day nt Cameron's.
Cnnou City Coul again nt tho Whltcbreast
Conlnml I.ltno Co,
lloust meats, nml vegetables of nil kinds
CnmeronV Lunch Home.
Lnckawunu nnd Bcrnnton linnl coal sold
only by llutchlns & Hyatt.
Everybody eats nt Odell's nowaday?.
Hoard only H00 per week.
Canon City conl delivered to nil parts of
city. Call up telephone 2"S.
A drop In both prices uud stock of dry
goods nt II. lt,.NIssloy & Co.
Only place In Lincoln that uses mineral
water In buths Is at 1UIU U street
Improved shower for Turkish baths at 1010
O street, basement union biocK,
Mendota, tho mostiiopular coal on tho mar
kct, bold only by hutclilns & Hyatt.
For tickets to Oregon or Washington ter
ritory points apply nt 115 Bo. 10th st.
Tnko tho C. & N. W. through vestlbuled
sleeper to Chicago. Olllco 115 8o. 10th st.
Quilted satin and fancy knit sktrU for
Indies nnd children nt Herpolsheimer & Co's.
Fine Tens, Spices, nnd tho largest lino of
FlnoUroeeiies in tho city, ntS. 1. Btovens.
Dr. II. F. IJulloy, olllco and residence corner
of Fourteenthlnnd L stieets. Telephone 017.
Hrown'scnfft is tho recognired lietuhpiar
tern for lino lunches and everything digest
able. Ilea bounl In tho city nnd nt a prleo within
reach of nil, at Odell's. Twcnty-ono meals
Tho finest luncheons in tho city aro soi-ved
nt all hours at Curder's Kurocnn restaurant,
Game, oybters, and all tho dellcnslesof tho
Savon always to uo i:au ai urowns ram,
Kverything now and neat, finest menu nnd
best cook in tho city at Carder' huropean
restaurant, 034 I street.
Tho flneot work in tho city nt Hnyilen's
photogmphlo studio. 1214 O street. Boo our
tine tmupicii or art worn.
In fur nnd fur trimming HerioUhelmer
& Co. show a very complete lino nt as near
furriers prices as aible.
Tnko thejlrcst and only ono through system
line, C. & N. W. to BIoux City, Minneapolis
nnd St. Paul, office 115 So. 10th st.
Call on J. C. Field. Lincoln Beavanger, for
timtiint work dav and nlcht. Olllco under
First national lwnk. Call telephono 408.
Kxerybody can ulToiil to eat at tho lending
rwort In tho city now. Tho price of !!l tick
et now at Odditis only 91 -reduced from
Buwycr & Moshlcr' greenhouses supply cut
llowers, boquets, eta, on short notice,
lirauch lloral conservatory In Mnsonlo Tern
At Mls Johnston's hair dressing Emorium
ladles will find tho newest styles in bungi',
switches, toilet articles, nnd ovcrytlng used
for tho adornment of tho head.
. Through vctlbule sleeper w Ith dining car
attached from Mliourl Valley on nil Elk
horn C. & N. W. 11. It. trains to Chicago
from Lincoln. Puti onlro tho best lino; oillcu
115 Bo. 10th st.
IN THE SOCIAL SWIM.
A WEEK'S HAPPENINGS CHRONICLED.
Arenunt of Hull, Turtle, Wedding
lltr,, Tlmt lluvo ICnlnrtulnuil Hoclcty,
Tim riiiimniit Hour I'lirty,
About thirty coupled nttcndetl tlio regular
mrty of tho Pleasant Hour club nt Tciuplo
hull on Tuesday evening.
Tho Inclement weather do doubt kept mnnv
nwny who would hnvo othurwiso attended,
nut motto who wero bravo enough to venture
nut certainly enjoyed thoms?lvcH thoroughly,
overyonu exprerulug their satisfaction with
tho evening's cuteituiuincnt. Tho tirourum
conslstetl of twelve numbers and tho muslu
was as usual, excellently furnished by tho
Phllharmonlo orchestra, assisted by Miss
Married at Abingdon, Illliiul.
It wilt bo nulto a surprise to many of tho
gentleman's friends In this city to learn that
Air. Charles A. llobblns, whom "tho boys"
had tin tight wns nn accepted candidate for
bachelor lonors (If there bo such a thing)
wasinuirlitl Wcilnewlnv ovcmlntr at Abinu-
don, Illinois, to Miss Uertha Jonos, at the
parental residence. Further parttculunt.havo
not been learned mve that Mr. and Mrs. llob
blns will noon return to settle down to enjoy
wedded bliss In our ow u beautiful city, w hero
tlioy wilt bo at homo to friends alout Febru
ary first. Tho CouuiKit although having
lni'l full knowledge of this event several
weeks ago was In duty txHiud not to glvo tho
news, and being tlio flint to announce, the
wedding, It wlxhes the newly mado couple nil
tno prosperity nnd tinpplnccs that mortals
enjoy and extends to Mrs. llobblns a most
hearty welcome to her now home, nnd trusts
she may never regret hnvlng changed her
old homo for that of one in Nebraska.
A Unlet Wedding.
Tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Weir wns
was tho scene of a very pleasant wedding on
Thursday. Tho brido was thoir daughter,
Miss Grace, u charming young lady and one
of Lincoln's most Popular holies. Tho groom
Air. luils btull, is one of Lincoln's most
prominent busluens mou anil tins been n rest
dent for a number of years, being n momW
of tho extensive financial firmof Btull llros.
Tlio happy couplo stmt out In life witli the
best wishes of a host of friends, who together
with tho Couuikh extend congnatulatlons.
Tlio I'lvitsunt Hour Junior,
Lincoln's only club of young folks, who
mako it a practice to glvo regular parties at
which dancing is lui'iilgod in, gavo tho fourth
jwrty of tho season at Templo hall Inst night.
Over twenty couples participated in tho oven
lugs enjoyment uud all present reort having
a delightful time. The Phllharmonlo orches
tra moisted by Minn Wllloughby, wero at their
bt and tho dancing was kept up to tlio wee
small hours. Among the visltois present
wero Miss Lou Sprague, of St, Louis, and
Miss Nellie Damn, of Omaha.
Tho AlMillos or Oinului.
Our musical iieoplo will bo Interested In
knowing that tho Apollo club of Omaha
hnvo completed arrangement for a grand
musical entertainment, which Is to take
place at KunktB January JJth. Mr. Na
llrighnm who took tho leading male charnct
ter In "Mr. Bampson of Omalia," recently
produced ut lloyd's, and which, by the wnj
wns a most artistic nnd financial success, has
this coming event in charge, and his mime
will appear on tlio program. Our friends of
tho Apolo club 1110 noted for their excellent
musical qualifications nnd knowing that they
have many friends In Lincoln, all wilt lie
pleased to hear them. Tho Coukieii trusts
tho Fuuko will bo filled on this occasion.
More jturtlculnrri next Saturday.
A Tulk About HJioc.
Most all of tho ladles of Lincoln hnvo heard
more or less about tho great shoo sale now in
progress at Webster's and .many of tho fall
ones havo nvulled themselves of tho great
bargains, thut havo been offered, wliilo tho
gentlemen nlso hnvo taken ndvuutngo of the
opportunity to buy when prices wero tempt
ing- A CouniKii reiwter catching Mi.
Webster at leisuto for a (ow moments Thurs
day, asked him us to trade, how long the sale
would continue, etc., to which that worthy
gentleman replied, "Tho quarter-on sale has
been 11 great succesi and 1 feel satisfied with
tho outcome of th scheme. Wo wilt 1 tin it
until February fit st, after which prices will
1)0 restored to their former figures. It don't
pay to run olf goods nt theso prices, but we
need tho money nnd the room ns well, and so
wo arc belling goods at and below cost to real
izo tho cold cakh."
"Is this your solo reason for disposing of
tho stock," was ipilorcd by tho reporter! "No,
there is really another reason and that Is
this," replied tho fitter of fine foot wrar. "I
huvn not futd anything about It yet, but on
February first there will be a clmngo mado In
tho firm and wo want to sell as much of the
stock ns pofcsiblo befbro then and aro olferiiu
the goods so low that people who know any
thing ubout shoes will .certainly appreciate.
Just look here," continued Mr. Webster, "you
certainly know about tho price of such a
shoe," uud lie bunded tho reporter a gentle
man's bund buwed Kurt shoe that sells every
where for $7.o0. "Ihebo," ho snld, "wo nre
selling at f5.05, nnd hero Is 11 Indies line
overshoe, high buttoned uud an excellent
seller that wo always get f','.00 for, and the
now go at Sl.M). IjkIIcb' rubbeis, formei
price 40 and 50 cents, 'now sell for 25 mid 115
cent. Men's wai 111 lined. 1 libbers never sold
for less than $1.W), now go for 05 cents, and
everything else In like manner. Thcro is 110
humbug ubout the snle and everything inut
go if prices aio uny inducement. It will pa)
people to lay in n supply tit theso prices, fcr
they w ill never again get such a chance.
Ladles never fail to find Just what they
want and tho geiitkineii nlwnys go nwii)
pleased, Tho good are not old and shop
worn, but excellent fall nml winter sty les.nnd
made up in tho very lest manner. Wclwter
has nlwuys been known to give nothing but
thu best, and their prices hnvo never billed
to meet all honorable, competition. Then to
deduct twenly-llvo ier cent from the nlroady
low prlcvs, imikes the bargains certainly wor
thy of serious coiisUeiutiou.
It is lulmttted by all who havo tried them
that St. I'ali Ick'sl'ills aro tlio most perfect
physio in use. They leave the liowel ill a
urul und heullhy condition so that const lo
tion do not follow. For sale by W. J. Turner.
MAGAZINES AT CLUD RATES.
I,nok nt the I.lst.
Tho publisher will club tho Capital City
CouutKiiwIlh any rcpulablo paper, lurnlsh
lint two papers nt a very small advance over
llio price usually charged for one. Arrango
monts hnvo beou itindo to club with tho fol
lowing publications! HKtlUIiAK WITH
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t'KNTtlltV MAOAZ1NH I 10 600
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TlIK N. Y. WKKKI.Y Woitl.1).. 1 00 00
Notk Clubbing rales similar to tho nbovo
may also be bad In connection with any of
tho othor leading magazines nnd periodicals.
Mrs. J. C. Watscn. wife of Beukor Wat
sou of the house of representatives was a Lin
coln visitor this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Richards and daughter
Mabel aro at homo ngalu, from an extended
tour of tho south nnd west.
Mrs, H. O, Adams and her mother Mrs.
Neale, havo returned from a pleasant visit
with Mrs. AdttuiH' sister In Denver.
Kruest Fuuko, wtio has licon spending some
tlmo in tho west, lias returned to Lincoln nnd
purchased nn interest In tho Lincoln Trans
Miss Nelllo Haunt is in tho city and will
remain tho guest of MIsh Fnnnlo Btottt,
until Tuesday, when sho returns to her homo
Miss Inez Dorris entertained a fow friends
Thursday evening in honor of Mr. A. J.
Woods, of York. Tho evening wns del ght
Miss Naomi II. Weaver, who has been vis
iting In Now York state for tlio past six
mouths will arrive home ut 1!X)0 II street by
tho last of next week.
Mr. and Airs. Titos. Murslaud loft .Monday
for California where tho national convention
of bnggngo masters is to bo hold. They will
stay a couplo of weok.s
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Hammond aro tlio
proud parent of a charming baby daughter
who canto to them Tuesday. Tho Couuikh
liox parties at tho theater seem to bo get
ting qulto popular of late. A very pleasant
party was seen In tho west box enjoying
"Jim tho Penman," Monday evening.
Rubber stamps of all kinds and for all pnr
Iosc3 may Ito had on short notice ut tho
Couuikh olllco. Also stencils, outfits for
marking garments, handkerchiefs, etc., nit
of which aro sold ut prices ns low as any com
petition. JUlss Ousslo rauinann, a handsome young
bello of Omaha, accompanied her friend, Miss
Ivatlo Kluetsch home from tho metropolis
Wednesday, nnd Is now visiting in tho city.
Miss Katie enjoyed n pleasant visit in Omaha.
Ixni Hersltler, after a two weeks vacation,
during which tinto ho visited cities east und
west of Lincoln, returned Thursday evening
somewhat fatigued, but still alive, und is now
icatly to receive his friends ar, tho Ulobo
clothing house as heretofore.
Kluier Perkins gavo u very pleusant party
Tuesday o veiling nthls home, to the employe,
of Perkins brothers shoo store uud n few in
vited guest. Cards occupied a sliaro of tho
evening anil refreshments were- brought into
prominence at a seasonable hour. It was tin
enjoyable affair and overyono present did not
fall to appreciate it.
Hartshorn llros., !1I0 Soutlt Eleventh
street, do all kinds of upholstering, furnish
ing all kinds of now nml odd styles In frames
and upliolsterol in till kindsof material. New
ui'ittrossos made nnd old ones renovated by
Improved machinery, which makes them us
u'ood us new. Repairs of all kinds, in our
line, attended to nt onco.
A social wns Indulged in by the iiieiubor
of tho Y. P. S. C. K. ut tho imrlora of tho Y.
M. C. A. on Wednesday evening. All pres
ent wero on pleasure bent nnd lit fcr a good
social time henco no regular program was
ca ried out. During the evening Miss Minnie
Ijittn rendered some delightful recitations,
and Miss May Hlchcock executed a solo that
was gratefully received by all.
Fred Henzlnger nt ono time editor nnd
proprietor of tho Cedar Rapids- (la.) Chat, is
in the city reporting sonata doings for tho
Omaha lice, Tho Clint, during Mr. llenzlug
era ownership, was it paper on tlio order of
the CouniK.lt, and one of tho best of the kind
In Iowa. Ho Ua fiueutaud oblo writer and
wo aro pleased to know thut his work in Liu
coin for Nebraska' greatest paper Is being
received with entire satisfaction.
Tho CouittKK feels Itself indebted to Miss
tlrttce Hiielllng for the able and pleasant man
ner in whlcJi sho represented tho paier at tho
Trade exposition Wednesday evening, nml
hereby desire to return thanks for the kind
ness, "Sho is tho most attractive lady in the
lmll," wild one lady to another, and "don't sho
look pretty I" wns heard from another
souive. It wns a charming make-up and no
Itetter representative could have been mado,
and tho Couuikh feels grntelut for tho favor.
Will Hardy left Tuesday for tho east to
purchase tho spring invoice of novel lion for
tho oxtenivo furniture house of Hardy it
Pitcher. Will oxect to Ih) gone until nbout
March 1st, uud during tho tlmo will visit all
thu largest furniture manufacturing point
and trade centers. Ho informed us before
leaving that ho would buy one of tho largest
and most elegant stocks ever brought to tho
tate. The firm U now recognized a
otto of tho heaviest furniture house In tho
west and tho Couuikh hoe their riiccv in
the future liltu in tho past will lie bountiful.
A Coxy Hull.
A CnuitlKlt reporter was shown one of the
neatest lodge 1 00111s in this city, ycsteiday,
by n uiciinVr of tho order of tho United
Iti'cthrcit of Carenters nnd Joiner Ltslgu
No. MS, who tiso thu room together with the
Hiotliorhood of 1'aluters and Decorator
ltdco No, 71. It is situated on the south
sldo of O stieut between Eleventh nnd
Twelfth street uud Is ceilaluly u credit to
the Uiys. Tite room is tastefully painted ami
papered, the wtuk U-lug done entirely by
nienib in of tho lflges and Is fitted up lit a
booming maimer lor tlio comfoit uud con
venience of Itoth. The order heretofore has
been obliged to bo content w itli a much
smaller room and express much satisfaction
at the result now attained,
TurkUh Cabinet, electrlo and plain buth
for ladies at 2!H1 South Kloventli stieet, every
foi uuixiii ami Wednesday and Friday evening.
For gentleman, evcrv afternoon, and Tues
day uud Saturday evening.
loo Cngraved too
Salting I (Sards-
Most Popular Resort in the City.
ODELL'S DINING HALL,
1 1 19, 1 121 and 1 1 23 N Street.
$4.00 per week.
Meals 25 cts
BUY DRY GOODS
RED MARK SALE
AND SAVE MONEY.
Ashby & Millspaugh.
CURTICE & THIERS,
LEADING MUSIC DEAE RS .
All the Latest and Popular
Stock. 1 2th St.,
LADIES FURNISHING AND ART STORE,
122 South 12th Street.
FINE FANCY GOODS
Stamping, Art Needle Work, Kid GIovcf and Materials
or Fancy Work, our specialty.
Foreman & Crow, Props.
122 South 1 2th Street. Opposite Opera House.
I A Mustang Liniment a I
fc"fc VT(1naPu ou"i Cakku UtuusT ana all Isflajuutio: x CO .vBC
I xwk s2& I
I X v I
100 Engraved Calling Cards
And Copper Plate, for $2.50.
If you have a Plate, we will furnish 100 Cards from
same, at $1.50.
WESSEL PRINTING CO.
Courier Office Telephone 253. Now Burr Block..
...i - ,,
So.. Jurr Slcck
Operas, Sheet Music and Books
opposite Opera House.
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