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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1889.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
A MllutiKfl ol Interest Notes llrlcfly
Sfttnrday Evening, Feb. 1 6, f89.
Corner 10th and P Streets.
Herpolsheimer & Co.
Tim Courier Can bo Voiind At
Windsor Hotel Now Hliuut,
6apltul Hotel NewsHtund.
OdeU's Dining Hull Nows Btnnd.
Clnson A Fletcher's, 110 South llth Street,
A. T. Louilng A Co's., UU1 0 Street.
Thodothiim NowiBtantl, US Huuth Utli Ht.
Keith Bros., lit Noitli llth Street.
Kd. Young, KM) O Street.
Enton A Smith, 12MO
"Diamond Pharmacy," lath nml N Bts.
BEST GRADES OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, 1 137 O.
Lornl unit l'l'immul.
Whltcbrenst Con! nml Ltmo Company.
Toko Turkish nt mm O street,
Tha best Teas. . P .8to ens & Co.
Telephone nt Hi" CouitlEH office Is 'Si),
Odell' dining Imll, 21 tii'kntH fix- 4. 0.
Minimi water used lor liulhlng, lOttl Out.
Tricey & Co, .wholesale nnd retail Jowolers.
600 Boil Shrouds client nt Hcrolsheimer &
Try somo of tho flnu fieali Huh served every
1ay lit Cameron's,
Cnnoti City Coal again nt tho Whltebreast
Coal nnd LImo Co.
Roast meat, and vegetables of nil kinds
Cameron' Lunch House.
Lackawaua nml Scranton hnnl coal sold
only by Ilutchliui & Hyatt.
Canou City conl delivered to nil parts of
city. Call ui telephone 223.
A drop In both prices nml stock of dry
goods nt II. R, NIsMey&Co.
Only plueo lit Lincoln tlmt uses mineral
water in baths Is nt 1010 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish baths nt 1010
O struct, basement Union block,
A lino heavy Marseilles spread worth tJM.OO
-for (0.75 ut Ilurpolulieliner & Co's.
Mcndota, tho most (popular coal on tliomur
lect, solu.ouly by liutchlns & Hyatt.
For tickets to Oregon or "Washington ter
ritory ioliits upply nt 115 Bo. 10th st,
6eo llorrolshelmor fc Co. for prices on
Flannels, Cashmeres and Dress Goods,
Fino Teas, Spices, and tho largest lino of
: -'Fine Groceries in tho city, at 8. 1'. Btovons,
You will find bargains In lino shoes nnd a
large variety of thorn nt Webster & Roger's.
Dr. 1). F. Bailey, office nnd residence comer
of Fourteenth and L streets. Telephone 017.
Brown's caf6 is tho recognised headquar
ters for lino lunches and everything digest
able. Best board In tho city and nt a price w Ithiu
reach of all, nt Odell's. Twenty-one meals
Wo havo Just opened our spring stock of
white goods and embroideries, Ashby &
The finest luncheon in tho city are served
at all hours at Carder's European restaurant,
KM P street.
For a bargain in a white bed spread, from
75 cents to tho best Manwlllus, call on Her
polsheimer 0 Co.
Everything new nnd neat finest menu and
best cook lnjtho city at Carder's European
restaurant, 034 P street.
Tho finest work In the city at Harden
photographic studio. 12U O street. Boo our
fluo samples of art work.
It will jvay you to buy woolon hosiery for
next whiter nt the prices Ashby cfc Mills,
paugh are making on this lino.
Tiilcv Hit I tot nnd only one Ihiough system
line, U, ti. N. W. to Sioux City, Minneapolis
and St. Paul, iffice 115 So. 10th st,
liter) body that has stopped at Carder's
hotel suls well of it. Day board or meals
a la nil 10 sen ul at popular prices.
Call on J, C. Field, Lincoln Bcavangcr, for
rrompt work day and night. Office under
Find, Nutlonul Ixiuk. Cull telephone 404.
Embroidery sale at 8, 10, l21-2c.,some
special values. All ladies should attend that
aieintereoted. II. R. Nlssley & Co.
Exery body can afford to eat at tho leading
resort jn ine;city now. The price of 81 tick
t'UuoTTat;OdeU'sig only (I -reduced from
Sawyer & Moshler's greenhouses supply cut
flowers, boquets. etc.. on short notion.
Branch floral conservatory in Masonio Tom-
At Miss Johnston's hair di ewlng Emporium
ladies will llml the newest styles in bangs,
switches, toilet article, and everytlng used
for the adornment of the head.
You can buy woolen hosiery at about half
price Indies, gents and children nt the clos
ing sale of Ashby & Mlllspaugh.
Through vestibule sleeper with dining car
attached from Missouri Valley on nil Elk-fcora-O.
& N. W. It. It. trains to Chicago
IN THE SOCIAL SWIM,
A WEEK'S HAPPENINGS CHRONICLED.
Account r Mulls, Parties, WimIiIIiirs
Ktc, Tlmt lliivn llntfirtiiliifid Horlcty.
l'riijrclvo inKti rur.
A dollghtfiil tlmo wos Imit nt the homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. SI, Uiuinnl, fill 1' streot,
last evening. It wns tint occnmlon of n card
party given In honor of SIlsso Graham, Price
and Miller, of Chicago, who are visiting Mrs.
Leonard. Tho popular society fad. nroirrts.
Hivo high live, demanded the attention of tho
company and six table answered to tho tap of
tho licll. Tho tlmo passed quickly and at tho
endof tho gainw, tho visitors Indulgwl In tho
choicest nifritsliiiicnta and wended their way
homeward. Those nrtwent weroi MImoiFox,
I'iulst, Huilillth, Collier, (liuiilnger, llallon
tlnn, Agey, Vllllams,HamIln,(!raliam, Price,
Miller, Anna Kiinko and MIm Taylor, of Cen
tral City: MesHro. Mniroon. IajiiiIsI. Fores-
mini, Zehrung, Htull, l'rlce, Itlchter, Badger,
Tl M..I.II1I. t..ll... 1 .a '...,". '
iuuimiu, IIMIIIU, .Ulllieilliuil UdClir I'lllIKO,
A Viilmitliiit t'urly.
At Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Ilnekxtnfrv Tmith
nnd South streets, n gay party of friends mot
i mirHiiny evening nntl liululgiNl In Progremlvo
High Five which, by tho way, seems to lie
taking hold In Lincoln nnd occupied six
tallies which Wern knnt ninnltn. mill! (In. r..
suit of fourteen names had Ikhiii minniiiipnl
wtien 11 was round that Mr. Frank Slinldonl
nml Miss Miller had captured tho royal prizes,
handsome val-ntlnes, while Mr. A. (I. lleeson
and Miss (Irahain coutennl themsolves with
tho booby prir.es, also vnleiitlius. There weio
prtwnt iiir. mul Mrs. Hhelilou. Mr. nnd Mrs.
lleeson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mulr, Mr. nnd Mrs.
LlpiilllCOtt. Mr. nnd Mrs. IjMitmnl. nml T.lra.
Biissoy, Misses Miller, Ornliain, Price, Ijitta,
and Agey; Mors. Badger, Zohrung, Foixs-
man nun .Aaron JiuckstalT.
An Knjoyiitiln lllrtlnliiy Tarty.
Monday evening was tho occasslon of a
brilliant Uermaii at tho nvddenco of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. AVeavur, liSkl II strict, It being
tho eighteenth birthday or their daughter,
MtxsOmie, and was given in her honor. Tho
dance was led by Mr. (leorgo Tinker and Miss
Clin k Puce, There wow ntiout Ilf teen couples
present, w no enjoyed llio evening In tho merry
dance. Tho irnislo was furnished liv Prof.
Hagenow and Miss Wllloughby and was uunt
excellent. Elegant refrtwhuieiitR were served
In Mrs. Weaver's own hospitable manner,
after which tho company dispersed, about 1 a
o'clock, with many kind wishes for Miss O111I0
and feeling that all had had an enjoynblo
time, Anong those present w ero Misses Pace,
Buncher, Mendonhull, Trott, Ilallett, Tiee
nmn, Taylor, Paulino Friend, Helen Friend,
of Atchison, Jounlo mid Kttn Krb, Looiuls and
Ou bridge; Messrs. linker, Chandler, Pace,
Pompelly, John mid Wilt Phillip, Woods,
Rogers, Hallott, Eastenlay, OpiH'iihelmer,
Firer and Hull.
The i:iut Lincoln Club.
Olio of tho most pleasant Catherines of tho
scries was that glveu Tlmrsduy evening at tho
coxy homo of Co'iunMoner Lyman, by tho
Last Lincoln cluli. A lurco ntU'iiilnnco
thoroughly enjoyed tho occasion and Mr, nnd
Mrs. Lyman may certainly reel complimented
on their success hs entertainer). Tho hoit
nnd hostess did nil in their power to mnko
everyone feel at homo. Tho usual features of
tho evening were particliatcd in and it wns
not until a late hour that tho guests reluctant
ly departed for their respective, homes.
Slurried ut Marengo.
Mr. Percy Mount, of this city, nnd MIm
Nclllo Warren were married at tho bride's
homo in Mairngo, Illinois, Monday. Mr.
Mount is C. T. Brown it Co.'s head book
keeper and an industrious young man while
his lady lovo Is an accomplished and estimable
young lady of Marengo, Mr. and Mrs.
Mount nro nt preoent enjoying n trip east and
will be ut home in Lincoln In about a week.
Tho many friends of tho young 1111111 will lo
pleased to extend best w lshes to himself and
A Tliviitttr l'utty.
Representative "Dick" Berlin, of Omaha,
and Lieut. Griffith, of tho State University,
entertained a small theatre party nt the
Funko Monday ovorliig seeing "Fantosmu."
After tho piny carriages at tho theater en
trance conveyed tho iwrty to Brown's Cafe
w hero a mot elegant spread, which had been
previously arranged for them, was In .wiltlnt:.
It was served in six courses and was a most
delightful mid toothsome eolation. Mr. mid
Mrs. L. C. Burr, Miss Luna Dimdr and Miss
May Dundy, of Omaha, together with the
hosts, comprised tho happy llttlo luirty. Tho
spread wus kept a secret and therefore was a
moot pleasant surprise.
Wednesday evening, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H.
Ilolmnu entertained a few immediate friends
at their homo, 1337 J street. The ovoiilug
was spent in a good Botial way generally,
and tho guests were made to feel comfort
ably "at homo" by the hospitality of the
host and hostess. Elegant refreshments were
served nnd tho evening pnssod most pious
antly. Thero were presents Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Casoboor, Mr.
and Mrs. Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Keimard
and Mr. T. P. Keimard, Mr. nnd Mrs,
Klotti, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Lowry and Mr. and
Mrs. Rudy Rehlaonder.
Mr. W. A. Abbott is having a great run of
business at his neat and cosy billiard parlors
at tho Capital Hotel. During tho week just
past ho has purchased Mr. Adam's interest in
tho business nn now is tho solo owner and
proprietor. Ho is meeting with the success ho
justly deberves and the Couhikh extends con
gratulations. If the tlmo hangs heavy on
your linnds, somo dull ovenlng, drop in 011 tho
genial Abbott and enjoy a gume of billiards
at his excellent and (topular resort where
everything tending to ones comfort and con
venience can bo found.
Win. Itowan, tit Ht. Louis. Mudo Itlcli.
Bt, Louis Blar-Saylngs, Dec.li,
He tells of his recent drawing In the Loulsl
ana Bute Lotery of tho winning ticket that
urew mo capital prize or jaoo.ooo. ills share
wns one-twentieth of the whole amount, or
)15,000. At tho time of his good fortune he
wus a ship carpenter employed nt the St,
Louis Sectional Dock, but has since retired,
He Hated that lie will continue to buy ticket
the same as usual, in hoics of striking the
capital prise again.
tf ftl-WWai W,lYata kmm?m
II. O. MoArlhurlins been visiting In South
ern Nebraska this week.
Miss Iiiira l'!nstenlay has returned from
an enjoyable trip cast.
KH Corey, 11 former Lliicolulte, wns visit
ing III the city yesterday.
Misses Slay and Luna Dundy were euesls
several days this week of Mrs. U O. Burr.
John Slolutonh, the printer, returned Tues
day from a two days hiislueMs trip to Omnlin.
HeriKilthelmer & Co. nro dully receiving
novelties in Dress Stulfs, Silks, Satteens, etc.
R, R. Silencer ami D. F, Sawyer took Sun
day's llyer via. tho Burlington for Portland,
W. W. Weltslor, the lioot nnd shoo man,
left Wednesday fortlioratttopurchufiou now
lino for spring,
A. T. Collier Is on a prospecting tour In tho
northwest, Portland, OrcKon, beinir the nolut
Mrs. J. F. Pershing nnd daughter uccoin
imnlcd Sir. Pershing homeward to Hyde Pal k,
James Recti and wife, of Nebraska City.
wore guests of Mr. and Sirs. ImholT, tho first
several days this week.
St, Ackermaii, of the Famous, Is in New-
York buying spring novelties. Somo of the
goods have already arrived.
Mrs. W. II. Irvine, ncconuiantcd bv her
daughter who has lecii quite III, Is homo again
after a two month's nliNcnco.
Tho remains of tho late Sir, Oavlord who
died at tho Tivmont Monday evening weio
sent on tho Burlington llyer to Bridgeport,
Tho entertainment to Ihi given by tho ladles
of the Holy Trinity at Fimko's Slonday even
ing promises to lt a most Interesting one nnd
you cannot alTord to miss It,
S. Block, a well-to-do merchant of Minne
apolis, Iviiiihiis, Is In tho city premringtooRu
11 mrgo clothing houso at Hill U street aliout
Several now business houses havo oienod in
Lincoln within the past mouth, mid nt least
half u dureii other Important stores nro now
preparing to oeu.
If you don't euro for miislo or cannot iq
preclato tho cotiiosltlous published every
Saturday on page llvo, let your friends have
tho benefit of the CouiMKIl'H enterprise.
Indies should call and see tho new spring
styles nt tho Famous. Tho Uavotto, Perl,
Rlnlto, Parisian, Oxford, Vorena, Oalltea.
These are tho latest shapes In toques nnd hats.
K. A. Rogers, who has lieen with W. W.
Webster since Mr. Briscoe's retirement, has
purchased an Interest in tho boot and shoo
business and hereafter tho firm will lie known
as Wobstor & Rogers.
Sllss Oraco Squints, of Aurora, Ills., Is vis
iting Sirs. Paul Holm on C street. Sllss
Squires arrived last Saturday and expects to
remain about two weeks with her old time
frleuil and schoolmate.
Sir. and Sirs. II. J. W. Seatnnrk aro receiv
ing tho congratulations of their ninny friends
011 tho arrival at their homo of a handsome
twelve Kund boy which wus ushered Into life
on last Saturday night.
SI. A. Nowmark, of tho Olobo Clothing
House, left Tusday for Now York to purchase
mi Immense spring stock for hi popular store.
Sir. Sam Hershler, his now associate in busi
ness, has arrived and Is conducting nffalrs
and meeting tho trade.
Zlemer ticketed Sir. A. T, Oruettor and
daughter, Sllss Clara, to Bremen, Sunday.
They left Now York on the steamer "Lahn,''
Wednesday, and friends who huvo hennl from
them say they were delighted with tho steam
er and tho prosjiects for tin trip.
SeiiiiuoiM, tho now clothier who will open In
tho now SleConnel block on O street in about
two weeks Is 111 the city busily engaged pre
paring for tho opening. Tho storeroom and
fixtures aro of tho very latest stylo and It will
bo the nobbiest clothing house in the west.
Matt Clulr, tho very Wpulur C, R. I. & P.
traveling passenger agent of Oinaha, cumo
down Tuesday to "stock up" the city ticket
agents with folders and othr valuable adver
tising matter that sets forth tho superior ad
vantages of travel over the Rock Island
Tho ovent of tho season will bo the metro
politan stylo in which Scmmons & Co., will
ojien their now store, 11MI-30 O street, In tho
McConiioll block, February 28th. As "Out
fitters to Mankind" we would Judge from
prciMirations being madu that they will bo a
decided success. Keep your eyes open for It.
Sirs. II. SI. Sleyers, who has been 111 forsev
wceks jxist, is, wo uio pleased to state, now
convalescent nnd will lie ublo to lie out next
week, provided no reverses mo encountered.
This will bo chcei fill iiows to the ninny friends
of the lady and tho Counii:it joins with them
lu wishing her n continuance of her former
An nprou soclablo Is to lie given Tuesday
evening, February 215th, at tho now homo of
Sir. and Sirs. (ieorgoSencer, O strict, two
doors cast of 27th, under the auspices of thu
St. Andrews Biotherhood of Trinity church.
Refreshments, music, etc., will tend to make
the occasslon nil Interesting one. Take O
street cars direct to premises.
n . R. Dennis is doing Now York aliout
this time. He was last hoard from in Wash
ington, doing the bou ton among the senators
and af ter enjoying national society a few daj a
said no exjiecteil to visit Now York. Dennis
will search tho metropolitan markets for tho
finest In neckwear and furnishing goods and
tho duties of Lincoln will be thoroughly
tickled when they seo tho new line.
Sirs. Dr. .Manning's address before Mm pu
pils of tho high school Slonday morning was
an ablo and Interesting piece of delivery.
Tho lady talked pleasantry upon a most noted
subject, f. t, J. O. Whlttler nnd her eloquent
remarks were welcomed with no llttlo amount
of pleasure by the dozens of willing ears.
Sirs. Manning Is to bo congi ntulated as well
as hor hearers, the former for the success of
her address and the letter for liclng privileged
to listen to so eloquent a speaker.
The K. of P. silver anniversary next Tues
day will bo an interesting occusslou, Tho
order of the day Is as follows: Sleeting vis
iting Knights at trains and escorting them
to Castle Hall. Parade and drill at half wist
three, concluding at St. Paul's M. E. church,
where addresses by distinguished persons wll,
bo heard, among them being Dean Whltmore
of Norfolk, Joseph Critchlleld, A. U. Morri
son, Will Bryan, und others. Tho celebration
closes at night with a grand ball and banquet
After listening to several brilliant rendl
tlons of classical piano music by Sllss Ella
(laroutto, of Dis Moines, now visiting our
city, tho musical ci Mo of tho Couhikh heart
ily endorses the efforts of friends to induce
hor to locate erinaneiitly in Lincoln for tho
purpese of 0nlng classes lu piano and the
new toulo Soi-Fn method. Apart from her
excellent ability as a performer a few mo
ments conversation is but necessary to con
vince one that sho is thoroughly conversant
with the correct methods of simplifying the
the system of notation which is in present use
In public schools and wo trust the lady will
conclude to locate among us.
-imervn yfVintww wwwc
The Event of the
Grand . Opening
THURSDAY, FEB. 28th, '89,
As "Outfitters to Mankind."
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Furnishings and Hats.
1029 and 103 1 O Street.
EVERYBODY INVITED TO ATTEND.
At Hits Und or Ills Trim-Is.
The community and particularly tho wholo
sale and raveling representatives of this city
wore surprised to learn of tho death by lnllani-1
ntory rhuumntlsm of ono of Lincoln's promt- '
neiit and most faithful workers lu the jobbing '
Held. Wo refer to tho lato Sir. 11. O. Gay
lord, who brenthed his last at tho Tremont
house lu this city as tho initial hour of Tues
day had Just been announced by tho town,
Sir. Oaylord was born lu Ash ford, Conn., i
November Uth, 1657, and until about two
years ago had always lived in tho east. Ho
had lieeu in thu citv scarcely a month when
tho Lincoln Saddlery Co., recognizing his
sterling quullllcntions, engaged him to repre
sent tholr Interests on tho road and up to tho
time or his death wus coiistiiutly In their em
ploy. As a salesinun he was untiring In his
eitorts lu liohulf of ins employers ond being
of n genial disposition made friends overy
ninong the tiudo. Ho hud worked up a most
creditable imtronogo and It Is claimed by
knowing ones, enjoyed tho confidence and
good w ill of tho largest number of customers
of nnvono traveling In tho state In his line,
nnd to fill Ids pluco It w HI lie an arduous task.
Ho was well liked ami his friends among the
trnvelors held him in high esteem.
Ho was sick but n few days and finding Ills
condition serious his sister was summaned by
who from Denver Sunday evening. Sho ar
rive Tuesday noon, too lato, however, to greet
lilin in life. The body was sent east Wednes
day accompanied by his sister, and all that
remains or an industrious life will bo interred
near tho old home in Brldgioi t, Conn. His
wife accompanied him westward, but somo
eighteen months ago breathed her last and
now lies near tho spot where her loving bus
bund will soon lie laid at rest.
At Homo In New Oiutrtcrs.
Tho well known plumbing and gas-fltting
firm of F. A. Korsnioyer & Co., Is now nt
homo In now quarters In the now Wood's
block on Eleventh street, next to Hardy &
Pitcher's storo. Here with more space nnd
bettor facilities tho linn will bo better ablo to
handle their constantly Increasing trado.
Tho show room Is larger than formerly anil
afford better opportunities to display their
wares. "Fritz" Westerman, Koismoyer's
right bower, Is still nt tho helm in tho office
and gleets each culler with tho customary
smile. Tho Couhikh congratulates Slessrs.
KorsmoyPr it Co. on tho improvement made
in changing and wishes them continued pros
The IturllliKtoii Leads llitt Vim.
Notwithstanding reports to the contrary,
tho "Burlington" is still tho quickest and by
all odds the best route to Chicago anil tho
Our "llyer" leaving Lincoln at 1:40, p. in.
dally, reaches Chicago at 8 o'clock the next
morning in umple tlmo for eastern connec
tions. Through Pullman palatial sleepers,
Orst-class smoking cars, sumptuous dinners
and free reclining chair cut's, compiislng
through solid vcstlbuU-d train, such as no
other Hue pretendi to run, they ain't built
that wny. When you have occuslons to travel
bo sure and get tho worth of your money.
The "Burlington" nlono can glvo It to you.
A. C. ZlEMEH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Tho many friends of Sir, J, B. Liddle, who
has been with the Call since its organization,
will 1h surprised to learn that ho is to take
charge of the circulation of tho Omaha
Ilernld In this city, commencing Slonday.
The Couhikh wishes Sir. Llttlo success in his
Everybody eats at O
Board only 94.00 tier week.
Everybody eats at Odoll's ' nowadays.
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-WILL III: THH
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NEW STORE IN THE McCONNELL I1L0UK,
SUPERB OUTLAY OF
I iL Mustang Liniment x I
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WE EXCEL COMPETITION!
AND QUALITY OF
Superior to all Others.
as the Lowest
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