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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1889
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fOPULATlOW OF L1HC0LH
Sttardty Evening, Noy. 16 '89.
Tha Oourikr will not be responsible for
any dew mado by any ono In ltnnme,un
less a written order accompanies tho n,
I. Wkmkx, Jr., IVopV.
Oomwr I Oth nj P trt.
The Courier Can be Fonuil At
Wlmltor Hold Now HUxnd.
Capital Hotel New Htand.
OdeirslHnlna Hall Nor Bland.
The Gotham NcwsHtnnrt, IP Houth lltli Ht.
Wert Kuffher, Ill Noitn lilli Htreot.
Kd. Young, IMO O Htreot.
Baton AHmtth, USOO .. ,
little Sport Cigar Htore. 113 N. 18th Bt.
W. R. DENNIS,
Hatter and Furnisher
' 1137 O STREET.
A NEW TYPEWRITER.
JL Machine That U Huperlor to the Item
Ington or Callgraph.
The Weasel Printing Comny hare been
appointed agent for the new timl popular
Teat Typewrite for southeastern Nebraska.
To many of our reader this new machlno la
already known, and all who bnvo seen It pro
ssonnra it far superior to any of the older
machine. A far as utility and speed are con-
it is giving better satisfaction than
the Remington or the Callgraph, be
for point of convenience, mprore-
landKeneral construction It far excels
avtahur ia thla Use ever invented. Thta mmv
asam a UMd assertion ami aouixea oy wb
Wke are using the above maobiae, but when
at ia known that Mr, Yost, the inventor, hai
far year bulit the llemlngton and Callgraph,
at to reaaonable to believe that being con
aaaatly In the business be has had opportunity
to Bote where improvement could bo made,
A accordingly to able to furnish a better
typewriter than either of the other. On the
Teat no ribbon h) used, each letter or figure
striking the paper direct, and by a very valu
able new patent are In exact and perfect
argument. If preferable either Callgraph or
Remington keyboard will be furnished. All
who have Keen thto new machine In Lincoln
pronounce It a gem, and we shall be pleased
te nave all Interested call and see it. Oflloo
withTHK Cm-ital Crrx Coumikh, 12J-124
Horth Twelfth street, new Burr block.
SOCIAL ANJ) l'KHSONAI,
Lincoln's ability to turn out large and
swell coniuy forn club jwirty was hand
somoly demonstrated Wednesday nt tlio
opening dnnco of tlio Pleasant Hour. Tlio
senior Imvo n happy custom of compliment
Ing n newly married inombcr with n ree
lion, which varies from an ordlnnry party In
this respcett The bride nnd groom provldo
n list of their friends, who nro Invited In tlio
immn of tlio club In addition to tlio regular
momlier. Wednesday ovenlng's affair was
n reception to Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Maxwell,
who wero for several year In tlio Pleasant
Hour Junior set. Tholr Invitation went
largely to tlio younger people, nnd tlio com
pany therefore comprised a largo part of tlio
circles represented by the two lending chilis
of tlio city. Many of the married jieople
among tlio Seniors, apparently, had not yet
rovlvod enough dancing enthusiasm to at
tend, but tlio young ooplo wore out In full
force, nnd tlio reception was qtilto an largo
nnd a dressy ns previous affairs of the kind.
In addition to the dancer there was a largo
number of elderly people, who beamed on the
festivities ns Interested spectators. Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell (the brldo in hor wedding
robe) stood at tlio head of tlio lnrge ante
room to Tcmplo hall, nnd wero assisted by
President Hardy, Miss Lllllbrldgo nnd tolw
Hard'. Tim arriving guest wero presented
by Lieut. Clrlfllths, U. B. A., nnd Master of
Ceremonies Forcsmnn. The program coim
prised twelve number nnd two extras, and
Ices and cakes mada an ngrooabla dlvortlon.
Muslo and floor wero flue, many rich nnd
beautiful toilet wore displayed by tho ladles,
the glamour of youth nnd gnyety wns over
all, and tills reception posse Into tlio history
of tho Pleasant Hour club (wlioso traditions
go back almost to tho beginning of tlio city)
as ono of It happiest, efforts. Among thoso
present wcrat Messrs. and Mesdnmc Hoi
yoke, Holikell, Oarber, Ooffroth, Foster, 0.
T, Drown, Beeson, Carl Funke, W. Hnr
grenves, O. H. Oakley, McDonald, Hooper,
J. L. 0, Burr, Jansen, Crlly, F. W. Bald
win, B. K. Moore, Ben. Dorr, Hhelnondcr, W.
II. Dennis, K. K. Hoyden, 11. II. Oakley;
Mesdames Clement Cliasa nnd J. E, Uaum
of Omaha, Ilonnott of Washington Barracks,
D. 0., llreevort, a 0. Wljson, Kelson Ilrock,
Bteve Ilrock" W. J. Marshal, Chas, Ham
mond, Misses Miller of Chicago, Clara Funko,
Hardy, Orlfllth, Hooper, OIlvo Lntta, Helen
Million, Whlto of PlattamouUi, Hatllo Ice
land, Florence Drown, Lllllbrldgo, Heed,
Zlomor, Gertrudo Law, Maud Burr, Grun
Inger, Hammond,' Hawkins, Beon, Cook,
Martha Funko, Walsh, Dorris, May Moore,
Graco Oakley, Bindley, Anna Funko, Mny
Burr, Alton Oakley, :Racliel Brock, Lillian
Sterling. Messrs. Mahsfleld, Wright, W. F.
Meyer, Foresman, J Ang worthy, J. IS.
Thompson, R, K. Cooper, Wait), D. E.
Thomjison, VanDuyu, Holdon, Tompletou,
Northuin, Wheaden, Pickett, Bpahr, O. F.
Funko, Orlfllth, Hooves, Nlssloy, Geo. Mc
Artliur, Clarenco Hniltli, Polk, Hlrhter,
Houtc, Law, Hammond. Frank Bmlth, R, 8.
Molntosh, B. T. Bt. Johns, 11. J. Hall, Ev
erts, C. K. Holl,Dorgan, Trogden, Iju W es
se!, Clio. Burr.
leal and "Personal.
WWtebreast Coal ami Lime Company.
Lincoln luo Co., 1010 O Bt. Telephone 118.
Browu'i retttauraut tor meola.
tain Turkish at 101(1 0 street.
Cateh the Rabbit I
TUioae at the Cocfcua oAce k aftS,
at Hallett, leadrng JewsW, 181 N. 11th.
MlBral watamatd lor batWng, 1016 Oat
Liaate, eoe and wa m at the B9-cent store.
CHra Betta Weaver, the new eoal Arm, a
.TtrttiMW-OMAatera, 140 Bonth Twelfth
Lank at the Se, 19e an te oounWr at the
i C. J. GnUmette's dreat
Try aoM of the se freak Ibhatrved every
Oatiaad Lima Co.
Aeast taeata, and vegetable of all kindest
tijBrea' Lanoh Hous.
Mtaarier qaality Anthracite coal atBett
Weaver1. Call up 440.
Tka elst reMabie Canon City Coal at Hutch-
laaac HyaH1, 1040 O ateaet.
Iasproved shower for Turkish baths at 1010
O atreet, tsMeiaent Uon bieeK.
Oatar plaea ia Llaeeln that use mineral
water Ia hath it at 1M O atreet.
Trr an oyster stew or oyrtere in any stylo
at Daa Cameron's. They are fine.
Dr. R. C Trogdon, Dentist, !att Bouth 11th
street, over KHte studio. Telephone 43.1.
Brown U ready to serve lauqueU, wedding
cwHatlnr and other spread on short notice.
Castes City, Mendota, Ohio Block and Col
tate Coal, at BeMs & Weaver's, phone 440.
How I the time to lay in your winter sup
lyefcesX Utttebins & Hyatt's, 1040 O
Mr. Stephen Dougln Shilling and Mir
Nellie Giles Graham, daughter of Mayor and
Mr. Robort D. Graham, wero married last
Titeaiiay under very happy auspices. The
ceremony was performed nt ono o'clock in
the afternoon, by Rev. O. A. Williams, of
the First Baptist church. The Graham home
was handsomely decorated for tho wedding.
Tho bridal party stood In ono comer of tho
front parlor, wbicn lisa been roailo Into n
beautiful bower, From tho center of tho
ceiling string of smllox were drawn to the
sides of the corner, making n large fan-like
canopy. Against the wall stood throe cen
tury plant, flanked on either side by a pure
whlto chrysanthemum plant with its nodding
plume almost touching the emerald creepers
on the celling above. The floor was a bed of
whlto fur rugs, In pretty contrust with the
colors of tho plsnt and flowers. Tho window
draperies nnd tho portiere were trimmed
with whlto water lllllcs and smllax, nnd
white chrysanthemums wore scattered about
the rooms in great profusion. Bride and
groom camo from upstairs unattended, but
their coming was announced by Mendels
sohn's wedding march, Miss Goodln nt tho
Instrument. A ring was used in the cere
mony, which was witnessed by about seventy
ilvo persons. On account of limited room no
cards were Issued, and tho only guests wero
relative and near friends. Among them
were Mrs, A. Hilton, of Bt. Louis, tho bride's
maternal grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Booth, of Bt. Joe, and Miss Ina Burch, of
Grand Island. The bride was attired in a
sleevelet gown of white silk, with low cut
corsage laced in the bock and trimmed with
white ostrich Up. The front and sides of
the skirt were in accordeon pleating, and
mouaauetalre glove reached to the shoulders.
Her ornament were diamond ear-drotw and
a gold necklace, and she carried a large bo-
quetot bride' roses. The bride is a blonde
of such a pure type as to attract attention
anywhere, and: hi her wedding attire she
looked exceedingly fair and lovely. Tho
groom, on th other hand, i a pronounced
brunette, ana the contrast maue a suiniugiy
handsome effect. After receiving tue con
gratulations of the witness, the brldo and
groom passed through the compuny with a
heavy silver tray, from which they distrib
uted boxes of wedding cake. The bride then
changed her dreat for a traveling costume, a
combination nearl and irreen sown, and in re
turning to tho parlor threw her boquetamongj
uer girt menus, x no nower suu weir mar
ital omen fell to Mis Burch. Mr, and Mrs.
Shilling loft on tho 4:90 train for Chicago,
and will visit friend of the groom at Lex
ington, Bloomlngton and Bpringflold, 111., re
turning about the 1st of December. They
will occupy pleasant room on M street, near
Thirteenth, that have been handsomely fur
nished by the bride's parents. The groom is
tho Junior member of the nrm of Shilling
Brothers, and has a prosperous, growing bus
iness established. The bride's family are
among the pioneers of tho city, with many
friends, who testified their esteem by sending
elegant and costly gifts.
grnernl comfort. A hnvy muslin laid over
tho carpet will glvo a good dancing surface,
and tho cloth can bo cleaned afterward and
distributed among tlio poor, Messrs. Urlfllth,
Hardy nnd Rlchtor wero mndn a committee
to rco If thoso halls can bo secured and to
mal:o recommendation ns to tlio prefnrablo
one. Tlio price of tlckoU wns flxixl at f5, and
tho froo list was rusemted. Tlio oxccultvo
committee, wns empowered to appoint nil
other iicwssnry committees. An ndjournod
meeting will bo hold next Thursday evening.
An unusual Interest has been manifested In
this undertaking, nnd tho standing of tlm gen
tlemen who have taken hold of It Is ngunrnn
tea of It high chnrauter. Chairman Klemer
has appointed tho following assistant on tho
executive coinmltteoi Mayor Graham, Post
mnstor Watklns, Btato Auditor Benton and
Hon, John Fitrgernld. Mr. Ilurnhnm 1ms so
lected It. H. Oakley, A. J. Sawyer, J. H.
Harloy and K. H. Andnis to completo tho IN
nnnco committee, and tlm following gcutlo
men were appointed as floor matingorsj Frank
Kehrtmg, Mngoon, Foresman, Bccson, Rich
termi'lGrinith. Mrs. Tlionms H, Hon ton gnvo two compa
nies for Indies within tho past week, and the
bijou homo of Auditor Benton was tho scene
of delightful affairs on both occasions. On
Saturday last Mrs. Ronton gnvo a flvo o'clock
tea In honor of her guest, Mrs. W. L. Brown,
of DosMoluos. Tho guests wore Meednmes
Thayor, Doweeso, Imhoff, Bnwycr, J. B.
Trlckoy, K. L. Trlckey, Alfonl, Whoolor, L.
C. Clark, Davis, Wolistcr, Baboock, Ogdon,
McArthur. Putnam, Calvert, Boehmor, Hill,
Pitcher, Rlggs, W. M. Ronton, John R.
Clnrk, Mollck, Hammond, Hathaway, Man
ning, Turner, Hon Is, Morrison, Swan, War
ron, Casebcer, Mills, Johnson, Hard. Goodell,
Altken nnd Talbot, Mhscs Gertiudo
Altken, Furst, Saunder nnd Kngllsh,
On Tuenlny Mrs. Ronton gnvo an
olrgnnt ono o'clock luncheon, nfUr
which tho ladle ludulgoil In six-hand euchre.
Tho guests wore Mtnmwi Townloy. Iliini
ham, Howell, Iiomlng, H. 1C Mooro, Patrick,
Bnlrd, 11. H. Wheeler, Uoo. II. Clark, R. K.
Moore, Cowdry, Ileeson, Wlso, Iaws, Minor,
It. O. Phillips, Kwlng, Cook, Btowart,
Btcari.s, A. D. Marshall, 0 O. Burr, L. C.
Burr, A. D. Burr, Hnrloy, Bnrtlott, Mosher,
Gregg, Irvine, Leonnnl, CarU-r, Doollttle,
MrBrlde, Gere, Noble, Boggs, Holmos, C. T.
Brown, Geo. Br6wn. Btull, Maul), Little,
Hargreavos, White, Allen, Kitchen, Glllllau,
Odbertand Tlpllng; Mrs. Baum and Mrs.
Chaso of Omaha, Miss Miller of Chicago and
Mrs. Brown of DeaMolnes. Tho prises were
won by Madam Hnrley, Phillips and Moore.
Bnpt. D. JC. Thompson, who tins handsomo
apartment In tho residence of Mrs. Otto
Funke at 1091 D street, entertained a compa
ny of friends at progressive euchre Tuesday
evening and proved himself a royal host.
Musicians wero stationed on tho stair landing,
and tho strains of mandolin and guitar filled
tho house nt frequent Intervals with a sweet
concord of sounds. A delightful Incident of
tlm ovonlng wns the playing of a largo muslo
box, a magnlllcont Instrument brought from
Switzerland by Mr, Thompson on his return
from a trip abroad. At half past ten a halt
was called In tho mad rush of the exciting
gamo nnd a flue luncheon dlscutsed with keon
relish. The favors wore exceptionally rich
and pretty. For a royal Mrs. C. C. Burr was
awarded an elegant cut-glass vinegar cruet,
and Mr. Wing n French chins mustacho cup.
J or a consolation prlzo Mrs. Ziemer received
a dainty Havllaml china cup and saucer, and
Mr. Foucon got an enormous JnianesospIdor.
The guests wore: Messrs. and Mesdames W.
M. Leonard, O. C. Burr, Carl Funke, Walter
ilargrcavee, B. II. Buruham. A. C. Zlemor.
A. M. Bird. K. K. Hnydcn. Jos. Bwau and
O. M. Thompson, Mrs. Prof. Little, Mrs. J.
K. Baum of Omaha, Mrs. Lieut. Bennett of
Washington, D. C, Mrs. Clem C. Chare of
Omaha, Misses Tlllle Furst, Cora Outcoltand
Jeunette Miller of Chicago, Messrs. C. D. Mul
len, J. P. Foucon, M. McKlnnon, A. B. Law
and P. L. Wing.
1029 O Street 1 03 1.
Place on sale their entire stock of clothing larger than any two combined stocks In the city, nt a
From the marked price. All ourgoods arc marked In plain figures and the discount will be taken off the marked
price. Nothing reserved. This include nil our men's, youths, boys' nnd clilldcrn's suits and ovcrconts.nnd
separate trousers. Wc hnvc too much clothlnu and wo must cloic It out. We have no
stock, soiled goods, no accumulation of "leavings" from past seasons. At' the low
prices Hint our clothing Is already marked willi this discount of
per cent you emit afford to miss this unparalleled
SLAUGHTER OF CLOTHING.
1029 0 Street 1031.
1029 0 Street 1031
Tlre Bargain Giver.
Special Slioe Sale !
We have decided to close out several lines of Shoes at a Great Sacrifice.
these goods arc new, having been received this Pall and are of the very best makes,
prices below :
Grays Ladies' French Kid Turned Button,
E. C. Burts Ladies' Hand Sewed Welts, (button)
Ladies' Hand Turned Opera, (button)
t3TAlso a full line of $1.50 and $2.00 Shoes.
The above goods are all new and wc carry them on all widths and different sizes
different shapes of toes. Our odds and ends we will close out at a greater reduction in price-
REMEMBER THE PLACE 1
1043 O Street.
Frah mined Lackawana Anthracite and
svsfctr ilae eoal at Hutehins & Hyatt's, 1040
LaJiM wis! And a complete line of fine shoe
s4 aH th latest styles at the proper prices at
Massrwla' Boston Bfcoe Htore.
OM papers, large d clean, to wrap up
ami air with or pat wader carpet, for sale at
sJtst'cJaea at 96 esat per hundred.
istay year coal of the Wbitebreaat Coal and
IitM Co., and it will always be well screai.ed,
taM weight, best quality and at right pries.
Ishsj t MlUspangh are offering their en
Mm taaek of ftn drsss good and silk at cost.
Haw to Mm Mismi to buy a Bice drew for very
With K. RaMeU, artist la China, Oil, Fas
ajljsjki WaW Rotor painting. Studio, room
Sat Jawss Wook, eorasr Paad Twelfth atreet,
isitwsii'w 1W north Twelfth strett.
, The Ity ssaaoa toopen and Brown's res
jHsrmslaet4MgwUh it established repu
aia; si saaylytag. large, fat ami delicious
OjsstaiK to aay style at reasonable prlcoi
An cnthuslastlo meeting was heldnt Huff
man tz Ulchter's Thursday evening to organ
ise for the lironosed charity ball. Gov. Thay
er was made chairman and Joseph Boebmer
secretary. There was an interchange of opin
ions, remarks bning made by Qov. Thayer,
Messrs. A. C. Ziemer, O.J, Ernst, Thomas II.
Benton, Lieut. Griffith, Harry J. Unll, 8. H.
Burnbam, R. II. Oakley, W. . Hardy, M.
I. Altken, C. It. Rlchter, E. H. Andrus and
others, and all were heartily in favor of the
enterprise. A permanent organisation was
made with Qov. Jno. M.Thayer as president;
A. O. Ziemer, vice president and chairman of
the executive committee; Joseph Boehmor,
secretary; B. H. Burnhsm, treasurer. Mr.
Ziemer was authorised to select four gentle
men to act with him as tho executive com-,
mittee. Mr, Bumbam was empowered to or.
ganUe a finance committee in similar man-,
ner, No date was (tied on but New Year's
night was mentioned. Two halls were dis
cussed: that of the Grant memorial building
at the State uuivvrslty and the house of rei
reeentat've at the capital. The preponder
ance of soutlment was for the latter, because
of its location, she, ample cloak rooms, long
promenades, its gallery for spectators and Its
Although a dnnco by tho Yorko club was
given about n month ago the regular own
ing of Uie season occurred lost night. Every
member wns present, and tho young ladles
mado n very attractive appearance In their
Nirty drctMe. By spoclal invitation Mrs. E.
II. B. Brown supervised tho grand march,
and fow prettier marches have leen executed
In Temple hall. Tho program consisted of
fourteen dances, which were just enough to
fill tho evening most enjoyably. Among
thoso present wore Misses Merta Moellor,
Ina Burch of Qrnnd Island, Mabel Long of
Csrtbage, (111.) Bertha Avery, Ida Bitrwith,
Minmo uerao, 1'uullno Friend, Mlnnlo Guy
lord, Ilaydeo Blorwlth, Maggto Hallett, May
Melick, Maud Haror, Joslo Vreeman, Jon
nlo Underwood, Mny,Tibblea, Jennie Morgan,
Eflle Luse, Maud Scott, Naomi Weaver, -Jessie
Goodell, Besslo Tuttlo, May Gund, Clarklo
Patv, Lnulso Pound, Carrie Hill, Clara Car
mody, Mlnnlo Mollck, Fanny Waldrou and
Ella Brmley, Messrs. K. E. Blnford, F. A.
Hallet, E. E. Gillespie, 11. A. Shannon, C. B.
Goodell, Chas. Clnrk, Will Clark, Fred Gadd,
R. M. Joyse, Mark Woods, J. W. McCroskey,
A. C. Cope, E, H oat on, Fred Plummor,
George Covert, O. M. Camp, John
Phillips, O. II. Trow, Will Phillips. Guy
Hale, Thos. Teasdale, Hugh Baker, E. Brads
ley, J. K.imbalU
Mr. and Mrs. George Cook threw open
their cozy parlors on L street last evening for
the entertainment of a company of married
friends. Progressive euchre furnished the
motive for merry enjoyment, and it goes
without saying that Mrs. Cook mado a charin'
lng hostess. Those who strove for the prises
wero Mr. Cook and Miss Cook of BatUo Creek.
.MJch.,Mesara, and Meedatuo L. C. Burr, B.
E. Mooro, John Doollttle, C. C. Burr, Dr.
Goodall, Dr. Bailey, E. E. Brown, Georgo
Clark, A. Uulburt, E. K. Crlloy, Fred Bald
win, Frank Hall, A. C. Zlemor, Thomas II.
Benton, O. M. Thompson, O. W. Webster,
Mason Gregg, Cal Thompson and Gen. An
drews. The second party of the series of tho Calu
met club will be held at Temple hall Wednes
day evening, Nov, 'JO. Curtice & Tholrs or
chestra will furnish tho music, Tho grand
march will start promptly at 8:30, and it is
earnestly desired tliat members bo on liand
At Its last meeting tho York club elected
the following new members: Messrs. II. A.
Shannon, K. M. Joyce, Fred Plummor, Floyd
Heybolt, John Phillips, IlugU Baker, Wiu.
Phillips nnd J. Kimball.
Mr. and Mr. W.B. Hsrgroaves entertained
a number of friends at a luucbeon Saturday
Irfrficionai Society Newt on fligea 1 and 3.
Eastern society has a now fad. The pros
pective bride and groom who would in
sure lasting happiness wear In one form or
another the jewel dedicated to the month of
birth. For the brldo whose natal-day falls in
July, for Instance, lira beautiful rings, brace
lets and lockets set with glowing rubles; while
the groom's luck is also preserved with a
"charm to hang on his watch chain, For
tunate, indeed, Is April's child for then mutt
diamonds be exchanged; while hapless Octo
ber, on the contrary, calls for tho exquisite,
but woftobearlng, opal. For February It Is
amethyst and for January garnet. Fair
maidens and brave men who desire these nov
elties or anything else in the Hue of jewels can
have their wants supplied by Hollott, the
Eleventh street jeweler,
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