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POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 60,000,
Sttnrday Evening, April 6, '89
wnir I Oth ami P trMt.
Dry Goods and Carpets.
The CouniKH will not Iw responsible for
any debt made by any one In It name, un
1cm a written onter nccomanlt the Mine,
K Wjcsski., Jr., Prop'r.
Herpolsheimer & Go.
The Courier Can he Found At
Windsor Hotel News Bland.
Capital Hotot News Htand.
Odell's DlnlitK Hall New Bland,
Chtson A Fletcher's, 140 Bouth 11th turret.
A. T. taming A Co's., 1106 O Hired.
The Oct hum Nows Bland, W Houth tltli Ht.
Keith BriM., Ill Ninth llth Street.
Ed. Young, 1W0O Street.
Katon ABmlth, 1130O
"Diamond I'harmAcr," 1Mb and N His
Wetterfleld'a barber hop, llurr block.
Now on Sale.
W. R. DENNIS, X137O.
Loeal and Personal.
vVhltebreast Coml and Lime Company,
Take Turkish at 1010 O street
TlibMtTMi. B. P. Stevens & Co.
Odsll's dining ball, 31 tickets for 4.00.
Sawyer & Mother, florists, Masonic Temple.
Mineral water used for bathing, 1010 O st
Trkkey & Co., wholesale and retail jewelers.
The nicest fitting footwear at Perkins
For (lreM good and silks, H. R. Nlssley
Perkta Bros., sell a shoo for M.00 that will
Perkins Bros,, should fit your feet If you
Try some of the fine fresh fish nerved every
day at Cameron's,
If you want comfortable shoe or slippers
go to Perkins Bros.
Canon City Coal again at the Whltebrwwt
Coal and Lime Co.
Ask for the "Marie Btuart" collar at Wells
lsotti llth street
Ask Perkins Bros., to show you their cheap
hoes ob uarrow lasts.
Roast meats, and vegetables of all klndsat
Cameron's Lunch House,
Laekawaua and Scranton bard coal sold
only by Hutchlns & Hyatt
Kverybody eats at Odell's nowadays
Beard only 14.00 per week.
Canon City coal delivered to all parts of
ty. Call up telephone 225.
Only placo in Lincoln that uses mineral
water to baths is at 1010 O street
Improved shower for Turkish baths at 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Mendota, the most popular coal 011 the mar
ket, sola .only by hutchlns & Hyatt
For tickets to Oregon or Washington tor
litory points apply at 115 80. 10th st
Fine Teas, Bpioes, and the largest lino of
Fine Oroceries in the city, at 8. P. Stevens.
Brown's cafe is the recognised headquar
ters for line lunches and everything digest
able. Best board in the city and at a price within
reach of all, at Odell's. Twenty-one meals
New novelties In bats and bonnets arriving
dally at Wells' millinery parlors, 338 south
The flnest luncheons in the city are served
at all hours at Carder's European restaurant
964 P. street
Game, oysters, and all the dellcasloa of th
season alwajs to be hsd at Brown's cafe,
Toilet articles aud perfumery of all the lat
est odors at Wilson & Green's pharmacy ISO
south Tenth street
Everything new and neat flnest menu and
best cook in the city at Carder's European
restaurant, 034 F street
The flnest work In the city at Hayden's
photographic studio. 1JU O street Bee our
Hue sample of at t work.
Black iVau Dr Sate, the new material in
silk, makes a beautiful costume. ' Ashby &
MlUspaHgh show it in all grades.
Everybody that has stopped at Carder's
hotel speaks well of it Day board or meals
a I carte served at popular prices.
Suppers and bauquet served on short
notice at Brown's Cafe. Prices reasonable
and service first class In every respect ,
Buy your coal of the Wbltebroast Coal and
Luse Co., and it will always be weliscreaued,
full weight, best quality and at right prices.
Remember you get nothing but the pure
article when you order your ice from the Liu
sola L Company. Telephone number 118.
Oafee 108 O street
LadUs wishing stylish and tasty dressmak-
tegaMtavKsd to call on Mrs. Tyrrell 13UIO
street Bfca will make special inducements
far Mm mwt thirty days.
CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889.
IN STIIK SOCIAL SWIM.
A WEEK'S HAPPENING9 CHRONICLED.
Arcotints or Halls, Turtles, Weddings
Kir., Tlint Have Knlermlnrd Noclety.
The T.at or the Heasnn.
Tcltlliltl Hnll Wit the sennit nf tlwiln.f !!...
nut Hour Junior iwtrtv of tlm . n. U.t ..
vltliiir. Tim fuel tlmt It uii dm l.f I... .i..i.i
cnllitl out tint uutiKiinl largn number that
were in attendance, nliout thirty couplo psr
tk'liwttliur In the ovcnlm;' imtnrt.nliim.mf ....i
unking tho hall ring with merry wal of
Tim young folks umitu t!io nitwit of their
Unit! 011 this occasion priMtiiilory tndlidxtnd
lug for tho summer when pleasant lawn so
cial, tennis jwirtle mid out of door shirts
will titku tint place of the many waits. Thoio
piewullnt evening weroi MhntMLIIIIIirl.ige,
Anna and Martha Kunktt, ll.tllntlno, (llhw,
llntlmwny, Ijwh, MIiiiiIo and Olllo IttU,
llurr, Hnuillu, Kmlitlth, Itveiw, WliiU, Zlo-im-r,
Andrus, Alk-onnd Kitty Cowdry, Clara
mid Haltlo Inland, Htout and others. Mtw-nrn.
Hheiwood mid Utlmin, of Oumlia, Ht-irnt, O.
II. ami W, K. Clarko, NIloy, Pumwlly, Mo
CoiiIkh, Nortliam, Young, Muir, Hathaway,
ItitnitMorthv. Ainlrtu. Mmun. Null, t'mitii
Bcolt, IlitllfM, lingers, Mnrshall, Wheeler,
Mallalleu, Btout, Everett and others
A large nunilior of the wuloi-s were prewont
mid joined in the dance with the young folks.
It wns tiuly n typical l'leaiuint Hour (tarty,
A Double Wedding.
A marriago in which a number of friends
worn wltnnssM oopnrrttil liut Humlit v ri.n.i
at the home of Mr. Joel Btovor U'J8 8 iitreet
Mr. Aioert ana mum Jonnlo Witberald, and
Delmar Stover and Miss Lena Osterthum be
ing tho most Interested. Tho ceremony was
performed by Rev. O. A. Willlans, pastor of
the First Baptist church, who in a few elo
quent and well chosen wonls made the twain,
man and wife.
At five o.clock the guests enjoyed a sump
tuous wedding dinner, during which occaa
Ion well wishes were showered over the
happy couples. Numerous costly and appro
priate presents were received. Mr. and Mrs.
Delmar will be at home to friends at 1428 B
street while Mr. Stover and wife will begin
Ufa at 508 north Fourteeuthstreet The Cour
ier joins friends In extending congratulations
for n long life of happiness and prosperity.
The Ijk Cross Club.
Wednesday evening a number of our
young men organized themselves Into a
La Cross club, which promises to be a popu
lar orKanlsation anion? the mnntr nniin
clubs In Lincoln this summer. It is expectod
mat ere long me ciuit win contest with neigh
boring cities and as tho membership now
numbers thirtv. thev will umlnnhtrallv m.t,..
a creditable showing. Officers were elected
anu are as iouows: rrcsiuent, U E. Mutch
lar; vice-president, W. Walton; treasurer, M.
W. Folesoine: secretary. K. Hhnnatil? i.t.
ant secretary, Hussel Brydon; captain, B. H.
n.wK, cxecuuve commuiee, u. A. Kldcl,
uarry urtn ana win Walton.
A lMensant Kntttrtalnment.
Tho Itoveltv nar tntwalu-n I... ti.. tm i
Presbyterian church occurs Wednesday even-
jt" iuvu. aiio emenainment will con
sist of tableauxs representing the Rodgers
group of statuary. Musio will be furnkbed
by a Hungarian orchestra and the novel fea
ture of the evening will be the Fortune tree
from which will bo olurkwl MiMa nf TV.-...
Fortune. Supper will be served from 0 until
8 o'clock. There will be offered for sale
aprons and various other khIxIas nt i,u.
Warner's l'leasant Party.
A Select mrtv was trivan l.v R... Wnn.
at Temple Hall on Thursday evening. About
fortv counle were nmwnt nml ilinmiinl.lu ...
Joyed the long progam. At midnight supper
was announced and the young folks proceed
ed to Brown's where an elorant retvut li.
ed them. We are pleased to noto that Rm'
itartlos are incnuslmr In txinuUrltv fmm
tlmo to time, to the Intense gratification of
Maple Nugar Poclitl.
The ladles of the Flint Prm lUntUt. nt,ur.l.
will cIvm a mania siiimr arwlal f tl.a .!,.. 1.
on the corner of F and Fourteenth streets,
Wednrsday evening, April 10th. The ladles
niu lumuii n kwki ini mm ougia 10 nave a
A curious Incident hannmivl nnn n(olit nt
week to Sol Smith Russell, who is playing at
the Baldwin "A Poor Relation." On open-
incr the sumvuuvl Imlirer In tint nflli mv.n. ,
found it was an old rcglsterof tho Rubs House
ror iotj, ana lie saw inero under dato of May
18th, tlte names of the Uergvr family, Swiss
Bell Rlncura and Sol Smith nusHMll. luiinnrU.
It so startled Mr. Russell that ht became all
mixed up in his part Tbu registration was
made on the occasion of his first visit to Cali
fornia, and ha was (Jinn idavlnv a turn u..tr-
engagement at Piatt's hall, at that time a
(jupuiar jiiave ui aiiiusenieni. r reu u. Uer
ger, Mr. Russell's present business manager,
nm ai iiMh uiuv a meiiiuer ot me iierger
family and Ms name appears among the num
ber. It hi needlets) to say that this page from
ihn nld rifciriatttr will Im nrAArvA.I l.v lli.m
one of their choicest souvenirs. 8. K. Hotel
When figuring on the decoration of your
home for spring, just call in and boo J, A.
Bailr's elegant new lino of wnll paiwr and
decoratlous, Bailoyhas a stock that will
charm the eyo of tho most fastidious mid the
way bis artists manlpulato tho brushes and
hung the pretties on the wall, is an ai t in it
self, Call in whllo down town and seo tho
Try the delicious cream soda at Wilson &
Orwn'j 180 south Tenth street,' If othlng but
pure and wholesome flrult flavors used.
Hosiery and kid glove sale II. It NUsley
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A prominent feature of our k I yMjIil IJl jil mAmul 'ullTO.
House is our elegant stock of lt Yk "w iF I wlwlPr nil' flj Mfl
ildr'5 Qlot(7ii7$. IH
Mothers should see our styles fii4 VI Si zzT lmf' 1
before purchasing. Ji IjMf M M" S if" ' if" (
Largest dealers in male wear- jV- v UlJ fJ i y
ing apparel in Lincoln. y . VJTT L ft4 v, Ic
Sole agents forYoumans' Hats. v . w,, '. I J PvivyC
41 Outfitters to Mankind." l7 Ncn ! UPJUjj:
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Leal and Personal.
Additional local and porsonal on first page.
A. Uurlbut is in Chioago on a purchasing
Mrs. Ella Duff is visiting in Jamestown,
Invitations are being issued for the Tag-gart-Williams
' W. V. Watson of Mlnnwtpollc, Kas,, a
frlendot J. It Bhelton, Is visiting In the city.
II. It NlwJoy & Co. put unothor elegant
delivery wagon on the street yesterday that
for attractiveness cannot bo beaten In the
Dr. and Mrs. Victor started Wednesday on
a trip of several weeks to Chicago and other
Mr. O. M. Lambertson left Monday to join
his wife who is sojourning at Hot Springs re
cuperating ill health.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Janson have taken a
sulto of rooms at tho Windsor whero they
now recelvo their friends.
After an Illness of several days, Miss Lou
Qruninger was able to bo out iirhIii yester
dey, much to the delight of her legion of
f i lends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Mlltonbcrgcr recently
located in the La Corner Place on P street,
are now at homo to friends in new quarters,
1001 C street
Miss Aileen Oukley left yesterday morning
for Omaha to attend a parly given la hur
honor by her friend, Mrs, Ueorge Cook, of
Tom Cooke took tho Burlington flyer for
Pennsylvania yesterday afternoon on receipt
of a telegram announcing th serious illnoss
of his grandmother.
Dave Rowe of baseball fame passed throngh
tho city Monday enrouta to Dos Monies where
he represented Denver In a meeting of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Imhoft nfter a very
pleasant trip to tho uouth returned home
Monday. While nlxwut from the city they
visited Florlint, Cuba ami other Interesting
MbwMatleR. Dean, of Ilion, N. Y., left
Thursday for Dunver, whero she will probab
ly spend the summer. She hits lieeit enjoying
a delightful vixlt with friends in this city fur
tin pist few weukx.
8. A. Pratt Co., proprietors of tho won
derful I !' treatise of the scalp, lutvo open
ed elegant ottlco quarters at 130 north Ele
venth street where they will be pleased to see
their friends and the public
Mrs. J, It Shelton, wife of Mr. Bhelton tho
now furnlturo dealer arrived in the city from
Now Mexico Wednesday, and now J, It who
has been playing a lonelmud welcomes back
his former mode of extstanco.
F. A. Korsmeyer&Co., havo been busy
this week arranging a now invoice or gas fix
tnros and fancy globes. The lino Is a beau
tiful one comprising the nobbiest goods made
and they deserve iiuqiectloii. Call anil see
Albert LUhor, a very iopular bitlesman of
Chicago arrived in the city Momlity to uo
oept a position with the new clothing house
of 'Hemmons, tho Outfitters to Mankind."
Allien l u uiorouguiiiea ana what no does
not know about handling clothing is yet to bo
learned by tbe world. Ho Is making muuy
frleuds and seems to be well liked gonerally
by the trade.
Largest Stock in the City
HARDY & PITCHER,
211 S. Eleventh St.
Largest Store in the City. ,,?LA WVA
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