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Sacks, Cutaways, Frocks and Prince Alberts,
In all the prevailing Shades and Patterns.
HIGH GRADE OF GOODS
And Low in Price is the Rule, at
Globe One Price Clothing House,
Cor. O and Tenth Sts.
SILKS. DRESS GOODS,
Ashby & Millspaugh.
Block's Dry Goods House
COMMENCING SATURDAY, APRIL 27th, AND TO CONTINUE
FOR TEN DAYS.
Tills sale lb not to be In any one line of dress goods, but Includes everything
from the cheapest wash goods to the finest of silks, and every lady In the city
should not .fall to take advantage of It, as our dress goods stock contains entirely
new selections. No old goods or patterns out of style.
We have not the space to quote prices on this sale, but will give ; 011 full ben
efit of bargains when you call and let jou be the judge from what ou see, that
we are the owner of styles and the maker of low pi Ices.
THE -GREAT DRESS - GOODS - SAM: - AT
BLOCH'S DRY GOODS HOUSE.
1325 O Street.
For MM ! v
Wessel Printing Co., New Burr Block.
- . SUITS
Miss It !
A For BEAST
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CAPITAL CITY COURIER,
Men thy bright, smiling fw, dear, these daises
Hunny thout-hU through the dull hour And dull
days will twlnoj
Bunny thoughts of tha kindness that dwells In Din
That throe fortunate UaIsIimi so recently pressed.
May thu hand that hath plucked then e'er pluck
from I)amo Chanea
Hour, days and years bright as your own mmy
May thy pleasure last always, thy heart's ory
Iearo Ihy bosom as soon as tlio (lowers It rocked
Washington, I). C. -Twl Vital 7u.
Agent Zlomer was a two-time Titltor to
Omaha this nook.
Walt Bceley started Thursday to visit east
ern Indian territory,
Kx-Pollcoman Joseph Mitchell has gone to
Klinira, N. Y.,tollvo.
Mrs. O, A. llaymer hni lieen visiting Mm,
Jiiiihs Hoed of Nebraska City,
Mr, K. V, Hideout hns gone to Holdrldgo to
tako charge of tho Y. M, C. A.
Mr. Sidney Wilson lint Ihmiii putting In tho
week nt Kelson on court business.
John C. Story, notr with thu AVirs of
Hutchinson, Kan,, was In town this week.
Mr. Clem HUilnei hits ttoen enjoying a visit
from Mr. W. H. Campbell, nil old Ohio frlond.
I). T. Moora left Wednesday for James
town, Dak., ntid H, It. Smith for Ottawa,
Hurry MeConlgo of W. II. II. Btout's ollleo
has Immjii In Denver w ltd 11 view to locating
In that city.
Mr. C. !". Caster has been elected gland
Junior warden of the grand commandcry of
IMItor Hyde of the AVciu'iif AVic Is enjoy
ing 11 respite, from tho weary grind, and Is
making 11 tour of thu east.
Iahor Commissioner Jenkins lias boon nt
Konrnoy this week making Investigations
into tho heot sugar Industry.
Mr. J. C. Seaurest has boon aiiiKilutod to
succeed Mr. Hovcy 1'. Ilarrett as convs-
undent of thu Omaha Ilnaltl.
Musician D'Enyer, who conducted thu
"Holy City" chorus, has arrived to do n simi
lar duty for the May festival chorus.
K. K. Crlley is to lemnlii u resident of Lin
coln. Having made thu Windsor n jwmilar
house, ho has released it for 11 toun or years.
Mr. A. L. Kolth is coiicuutintlng his ener
gies on bis ono stand, having sold out thu
stand In thu Capital and given up that In thu
Mr. A. II. Iliickstair has bad Prof. Rem,
thu glnss exMrt at tho Museo, engrnvu tho
sldu lniuiis to bis cm riacu with 11 liauilsoiuu
old English II.
Mr. O. E. Tiirauj, car accountant for tho
I)clnwaio& bicknuana iiillwav. was a ouost
of bis bi other, Mr. M. I), Tiirany, soveial
dnjs this week.
Kiimk Campbell, who uent through Kear
ney's three month boon, in a real ectatoollleu,
lias returned to Lincoln and taken 11 plneu
with Eaton & Smith.
Mis. F II lloliauau and Mrs. Aldurinau
l'noo hail bomo of their crystal waio hatid-
iwmely mm ked by Prof. Kern, tho glass en
graver at thu Kden Musec.
Mr. W. J. llrynu delivered nit addiess at
Kali field's Washington centennial, and It is
unnecessary to say that it was mi eloquent
triltuto to the gieat American.
Mr. I. N. Davis, who has been basking for
oer 11 year Mist in tho 11000 or foot cllumtu
of Los Angeles, has returned to Lincoln,
where a man can get something besides clim
ate, and get it within roach of his pocket
book. Dr. E. T. Holyoko has been enjoying a visit
from bis old schoolmate, I. H. Nott of
Omaha. They were collegu chums at Orln
nell, Iowa, nud have swapped reminiscences
gnlore. Among thm was ono by tho doctor
on "Tho Bridge of Highs." You ought to
get him to tell you about it.
Everyone knows thai Filu Wostcrmann's
nobby moustache Is a w hmor and attract
thouyuofthu admiring fair sox, but being
the jKwsessor of such n luxury does not seem
to content tho gallant young man, for now
hu is tendoi ly caring for mi addition that Is
becoming vislblu under thu lower lip.
Tlic I'ncr oT HoiIh riiuntiilus.
For sovernl Week past puoplo who passed
tho MeHrido Illock, corner Twelfth and I
streets, noticed o largo cloth sign tacked
across tho front of thu cornor stoio room
bearing tho following! "Stelner & Shultz
w ill occupy this storo on or nl)out May 1st,"
and as jkt announcement this well known
Arm nru now at homo in their beautiful new
marten. Tho room Is ono of tho finest In
tho city being large, light and airy. Tho
fixtures, which are of 11 ery unique and
modern pattern, are of solid whito lined with
narrow gold strlplngs.
One of the mostuttiactUo thluus about tho
tore, bow over, Is thu Iwiutlful now soda
fountain. It is ton feet long and by nil odds
the llnest and handsomest lu the city, nud
we might add, In tlm west, and uulikoanv
other In Lincoln. It Is a double well apparatus
of IJelgion black marble with front and
mouldings Inserted in tho ends, of Houiro
TWane. Tho ends nro double, giving 11 siiIh
stantlal upjiearanco, and tho friezes aiu elo-
gunny carved 111 11 manlier which would bo
too expensive if done in this country. Tim
imnel between thu two sections is or ltougo
Uriotto, framed In 11 wide moulding of Bel
gian black. Tho canopy is of ebonUsl cherry,
supported in front by twisted columns, with
carved capitals, ami frames threo elegant
hovelled plato mirrors. In the recess le
tween tho two sections is placed n Maelstrom
tumblor-waMier with watei -fountain, and
from thu celling nbovo it deiiends u jewelled
brass lantern. It cpntalns 21 porcelain syrup
tanks, with glas lined syrup-faueoU unci ten
Tho npimratus cost ( 'J.OOU and considering
tho immenso amount of work on it und thu
fluu matei ltd used lu its construction, Is con
sidered cheap at that llguro Messrs Btelnur
& Shultz haveshow 11 commondableeiiterpriso
in placing one of thewi vuluablo fountains In
their now stoie and certainly tho iteoplo of
Lincoln wilt apprccinto it every timo they
drain 11 glass of tho delicious lluld drawn
from it. The firm cordially Invito tho pub
lic to call and wms their prize fountain and
desire to assuro u eryono that nono but tho
purest and iiKxt wholesome syruH will lx
Horved, Tho fountain alone Is worth going a
lullo to see.
Htlksuuil Dress Ooods,
Ifyou Intend buylnirn dross this season ou
cnn'tuirordto pass tho hKcial salo iK'Klnnlng
loouy ami continuing next week. Wo will
save you money. Ashby & Mlllsiwugh.
have tho llnest French shoes
o Imvo lust received 11 full lino of
Hurt & Packard shoos at Welstr & Hogers'
Wo are selling a good solid shoo for ladles
anil gentlomon for $3.01). Ask to seo them nt
Webster & Rogers', 1013 0 stroot.
We can sell you a good shoo for less money
Wo are at tlm ton In ininntllv mi.l mmlltu
and at tho bottom in prices.
v,an at Webster K Kogers', at 1043 O
SATURDAY, MAY 4l ,
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CURTICE & TI-IIERS,
LEADING MUSIC DEALERS
207 SOUTH llTH STREET.
PARIS, FERRY ladies' dress shoe patent leather foxed, French
RUE SCRIBE. Kid quarter regular, French last.
A complete line of infant's French shoes all lasts from AA to E
Children's French hand turned spring heel shoes in all lasts from
AA to E, sizes 4 to 10.
1129 O STREET.
0PERA PWUMEm JZi2Mi WLOVE COMES UKe
A TRUE POMADE 4fJ&P Jim A SUMER SIGH)
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ARE THE DEITIES.
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Copyiietit, 1609, by lUctard A. Baslfleld.
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the Latest and most Popular Musical Compositions
may be found at
Large Stock of the leading American made Guitars.
IMano Tuning and Repairing promptly attended to.
B S03LID BIT JXjXj Z3C3 - 3?i - arO -
Tlio daln.ty darling of tha
Mako con-qucat of their heart of
. Aon us wllb .l
tlio tip of too ttul
That can charm tho lords of crc
And moro aro enp-tured In this '
nn o . tnr nnl mnlliv
takca In ono cam - palgn.
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WILLIAM ST., N.T.
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