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CAPITAL CITY COUklER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1890
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 60,000'.
Saturday Evening, Jan, 25, '90,
Tho CouniKit will nut lie reHittlu1o for
any debt made liy any ono In It name, un
less n written order nmmiimnlra tho same,
I. Wkhxki., Jr., iTop'r.
Carrier I Oth and P Streets.
Tim Courier Cnii bo round At
WlmUor Hotel News Htuiid.
Cnpltut Unlet News Htuiid.
Odoll's IUiiIub 1 1 nil News Htiuut.
ThoOotluim News Bland, US Houth lltli Ht.
Ilert lluinior, III Noilli lltli Htrcot.
Kit. Youtm. joai o Hiroot.
Kntoit AHinllh, HMO
Utllo HHirt UlRnr More. 11:1 N. lath 8U
W. R. DENNIS,
1137 O STREET.
I,oh1 anil INtrsotml.
Whltebrcast Cool and Lime Company.
Lincoln Ico Co., 10IOO Bt. TelepUono 118.
Perry o Harris', Jewolors.
Brown'- restaurant for meals.
Take TurkUh at 101(1 0 street.
Auk your grocer for Gullck's broad.
Telephone at tbo Counmt otllco U 933,
Mineral water uied for bathing, 1010 O it.
Give Botta & Weaver, tho new coal firm, n
H1m O. J. Gullmotw's dreM making par-
or, 122) O street.
Try some of tho One fresh fish served overy
Canon City Coal again at the Whltebroast
Coal and Ltrae Ca
Ak your grocer for Gullck's bread.
Roast meata, and vegetables of all klndsat
Cameron's Lunch House.
Superior quality Anthracite coal atDctU
: Woavor'a. Call up -no.
Join tho Terry & Harris watch club. Get
a watch at a dollar n week.
The old reliable Canon City Coal at Hutch
ns & Hyatt's, 1040 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish baths at 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Only place In Lincoln that uses mineral
water In Iwths Is at 1010 O street.
Ask your grocer for Gullck's bread.
Try an oyster stew or oyrters lu any style
at Den Cameron's. They are lino.
A flvcslollar work of Bhakospcaro given
away. Bee advertisement, jwgo 8.
Brown Is ready to serve banquets, wedding
collations and other spreads on short notice.
Gullck's bread U full weight.
Canon City, Mendotu, Ohio Block and Col
orado Coal, at Betts & Weaver's, phone -140,
Now Is tho tlmo to lay in your winter sup
ply of coal. Hutchlns & Hyatt's, 1040 O
.Fresh mined Lackawana Anthracite and
other lino coals at Hutchlns & Hyatt's, 1040
Winger A McGahey for Coal, Coke and
Wood. 133 North Eloventh street. Tele
Ladles will find a complete line of fine shoes
and all the latest stylos at the proper prices at
Bherwln's Boston Shoo Store.
Buy Gullck's bread.
Buy your coal of Uie Whltebreast Coal and
Lime Ca, and it will always be well screai.ed,
tull weight, best quality and at right prices.
Ashbv & MlUsnaugti are offering their en
tire stock ot One dress goods and silks at cost
Now U the time to buy a nice dress for very
Balrd Bros, are giving 30 per cent discount
on ul cosh sales and a chance on a $45 Bowing
machine on every purchase or bill paid to Uie
amount of (1.00,
You can save 30 percent on your hard wuie
and get a chance on a 45.00 sowing machine
for every dollar's worth you buy at Balrd
Bros., 1343 0 street.
The new Felix Govme's face powders re
cently received by Miss Johnston are having
a popular sale and all the ladles who hate
used It have great praise for It
Edith E. Russell, artist in China, Oil, Pas
tel and Water Color painting. Studio, room
140 Jones block, comer V and Twelfth strecta,
entrance ISO north Twelfth strett
Old trunks made as good as new or taken
In trade fur new oues at trunk factory 306
Bo 11th St., tel. 003. Wlrrlek & Hopper,
Also a fine line of trunks.values, etc.
Fine carriages,: buggies, Handle horses and
the beet livery stock In tho city at A. G. BilU
roeyer & Co's. Palace Btable, Telephone
orders (No. 435) receive prompt attention.
Mba Fannie Warner's dancing academy
Terms In class, 10 for twelve lessons. Class
meets every Monday evening at Masonic
Temple. Thelatest fashloiwbledonceaUught,
Including Berlin, York.Horvard and Lalleuu
J, T. Jones' new carriage reKitory is now
located on Uie ground floor, 305-307 South
Tenth street, In the Bohanan block, where his
line of fine carriages of all kinds ihow to bet
ter advantage than ever, Jones wants to sell
you a rig when you wont one. Call and ee
hire. He agrees to make the prices suit or
give you tho rig.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Tho bachelor of tho Hurr-LaiimMor block
gnvo nnotlier of their Informal soirees lnut
Saturday evening. Tho company comprised
Mourn. Meyer, Dorgnu, Ht. John, .loyen,
Walh, Wing, Covert, Kalrlleld, Anderson,
I'ntton (Honry and K. C), llrndloy, das
eolRiie, linker, hind, Iingwoll, Miller, Hon
troni. JColloy nnil lleiuliigcr. Tlmlr guests
were Messrs. Will and Charles Clark, Frank
lltirr, Hiuyser, Mnrshnll, Hnminoud, Hallett,
Ck, Itedmon, Frow, Hatch, Wl slow,
Lnngworthy, Graham, Hale, Bowinnn,
Wright, Cunnlnghani and Host nnil Mr,
Wogoiisoller of Kaunas City. Mrssw llaker,
lltwtroin, Dm rt Hmysor, Cunnliighain,
Hatch, Wlnslow, Iledmon, llcstnnd Charles
Clark wore equipped with mandolins, guitars
and banjos, and tho evening wai Mica with
music galore with tllvcrtlsomonts. lCvery
fellow en arrival hail to tlitiipo n Jig. Mnny
I'lTorta were Iniighnbly pitiful, while sov.
eralof tho boys gnvo fancy steps very clov
erly Thu long, briMid hall nwiiln a good
place for it dance and n romp, and tho stags
nmdon lively tlmo of It. Chits. Clntk mid
Bmyfor fought n duel with fencing foils, but
Ix'lug exKrt nt (lodging both rsi'iiicil IiIcmmI
letting, nnscnlgno was fatally wouuilixl by
Covert with n tin list lu tho wrist. linker ami
Meytr wore afraid to get within reach of
each other, nnil they live to light another
day. Will Clark nnil (Ittrr put on tho
gloves for u round, Markls of Gooseberry
rules, and like true sports mnilo n draw of
It. Wing sent Dorgan to gnu or rather to
tho hydrant to apply an antidote, to tho ris
ing color lu his left optic Marshal and
Hnminoud pummelled eneh other Into chan
cery, nnil tho crowd had to Interfere to pro
vent n double murder that might havo mar
red tho smoothness of tho nllulr. Tho
chinks lu the evening's cxcicInc were filled
with minor IkiuIs, notioof them partlculatly
gluttons, Hnminond said ho was going
homo to Ins ma, but tho company objected,
t o inaliitod, but tho objectors mado him
tako water under tho hydrant. Marshal
wis invited to remove hi gum shoe but
dcmuricd. In fact, ho kicked right mnii
fully, but they were taken oir with ns much
gciitlcue ns the operation would permit.
The young man lecaiuo hot nlout It, mid a
d(7cu willing hands huntlo I him to tho sink
whero little iliops of wntor iiKiled his fev
ereil lnow. Ileur.luger whs iuvitixl to slug,
but ho thought ho would rather tako water
too. Unfortunately for himself liu thought
out loud, mid n self-apiMinled committee
didn't give him tlmo to change his mind. Ho
took it head first Anderson, being n new
comer lu tlin block, was Initiated with np
proprlnto ceremonies, coueluding with tho
jiresoututiou of n stulTixl club, hut that
pretty souvenir was skIIi1 by Marshal in
an elfort to oat up tho stulTIng, In his
s)Hech Anderson Intimated that there wasn't
n man In tho crowd, an Indignity that could
only bo wiped out in water and plenty of
it. His shoes wore removed, his stockinged
feet placed under tho purifying stream, Ids
head inclined toward the lloor, and tho
trickling stream nllowcd to permeate, his
trouhcm. Then his head was soaked and n
resouslvo stream started down his Ixick to
shako hands with its fellow. Bt John,
Bradley, 'Meyer and Will Clark-all llttlo
Robert Reeds wero Introduced to Btnr l'lug.
They objected to tho acquaintance, but tho
company overcame their nvorsiou with mild
but Unit persuasion. A party ot Ku Klux
wore orgnmcod with towels for maskM, nnd
Landlord llarr was brought forth from the
secrecy of his room to wait ono round lu his
robe de uuit. Tho lioys escaped a night In
Hotel do Mclick by promising nover to do so
some more. Beforo leaving each fellow had to
pass the examining board, and It may bo just
ns well to draw tho veil on that fearful ordeal.
From this outline ot, tho oxorclses tho fun
had by tho boys may oo 'imagined .
There has been considerable talk of erecting
in Lincoln a grand Caatlo hall by tho KnlghtH
ot Pythias, and that discussion is now crystal
itlng into action. An enthusiastic meeting
of tho members of tho four K. 1. lodges was
hold Wednesday evening and tho preliminary
steps taken. Tho following committees wero
appointed: On Incorporation, W, J. Bryan,
U W. lHllIngsloy, E. V. Holmes and W. H.
Hamilton; to prepare nnd submit plans, E. E.
Brown, T. W. Lowry, It B. Graham, A. J.
Shilling. II. M. Bushnell, Richard O'Neill, E.
R. Biter and Frank Bohanan. It was tho
souse of tho meeting that tho proposed castle
should bo a structuro costing not less than
(350,000. There has ltoen talk of having it
include n hotel nnd a theater, but these feat
tires are as yet matters ot speculation, It is
probable, however, that It will havo a hall
suitable for conventions and other big gath
erings. The location will probably doend
ou the contributions of property owners to
secure it. Lincoln ha about COO knights,
among thorn many of tho wealthiest men in
thejclty, and It they pull together tho Capital
City will havo tho finest K. P. building lu tho
west Another meeting will be held uoxt
Thursday, at which It is uxpocted plan will
The fifth York party was held at Templo
hall last evening. Like all the precodln,c par
ties of thts popular club It was an exceedingly
enjoyable affair. Allot the members who
wero fortunate enough to havo eludtxl tho
"grip" were present Many of tho young la
dle appeared In handsome gowns mado
especially for tho occasion. A program of
fourteen numbers including tho Berlin and
Loemowas danced. Among those present
wore: Misses Merta Moeller of Friend, Ber
tha Avery, Fannie Binford, Clara Canuody,
Minnie Gaylord, Maggie Hallett, Jennie Moiv
gan, Alice Mason, Josle Treeman, Uora
Weaver, Louise Pound, EUloLeose, Stella
Kirker, Bessie Tuttlo, Ida Blerwith, Haydeo
Blorwith, Ella Brlndley, Hattle Beck, Abule
Covert, Alice Gadd, Minnie De Puo, Mrs. E.
II. Brown; Messrs. E, Bradley, T. G. Love,
O. M. Camp, A. C. Cope, J. W. McCrosky,
Mark Woods, E. E. Gillespie, Fred Hallett, E.
Heaton, Fred Gadd, Hugh Baker, J. S. Peery,
C. M. Joyce, John Phillips, George Crancer,
Win. Phillip, Thos. Teasdalo, Guy Halo, O.
II. Frow. Will Clark, K. D. Blnford.tGoorge
Covert, Will Johnson, Floyd 8ey bolt, E. Klm-
bell, II. A. Shannon.
Tho Comus club's seventh party was held
at Tcmylo hall Tuesday eveulng. The grand
march was led by Mr. Sommerlad and Miss
Boehmo and included a number ot pretty
evolutions. At its conclusion tho company
wero drawnup In lines, when two gentlemen
distributed tho programs. This arrange
ment was adopted in order to give all itr
tlcipaut an equal chance In filling their
cards. Tho program bod sixteen numbers,
Including the Ixjomo, Newport, Polka Ga
votte, Comus, lion ton, DonUh Polka and
Knickerbocker. Among tho participants
wero noticed Messrs. U. G. Porry, P. A.
Sommerlad, Daniel Consldine, Will Btack
hous, Ray Wlnslow, Issno Walton, O. E.
Houck, Frank Polly, C. W, Gunnison,
Frunk E. Porks, Will lxttrldge, W. E.
Knight, Grata Bnrnes, T. E. Stewart, O, D.
Farmeleo, W. A. SelU, J. L. Codington, J.
II. Leister. lr.. A. C. Harrison. Misses Jennie
Seymour, little Bonfoy, May Paddock, Ada
Ball, Jenulo Parker, Laura Kerlln, Dora
Ball, Mattle OrlflU, Nellie Hydo, Ora Fen
demon, Anna Griflls, May Hogan, Moy Pet
tih, Pearl Sharp, Bertha Hughes, Blrdlo
Hughes, Mm. J. P. Ulster and Miss Boehme.
Tho manager of Temple hill resent tho In
nliiu.it Ion of ono of tho darning cluhi ngnlnrt
the safety of their building. Hccauso certain
memlier of the club havo lieeonio tired of at
tending dance tlwy think It unfair to chnrgo
their lndllroronco to mi Imagined liiHccurlty
in tho hall. Tho Masonic templo icoplo havo
had their hall examined by n commltteo of
architects, who pronouueo the building
reasonably sound ami safe. Tho throhblhg
of tho engines ot tho el;tilo light works In
tho bniemeut imparts a vibration to tho air
and nppnroutly n slight tremor to tho building,
but tho engine arn planted on foundations
that do not touch tho building. Plans are al
ready being considered for tho Improvement
of the hall for next season, Tho lloor will ho
relald and tho dancing mrfaco cnlnrged. A
hall back of tho stage will Im abandoned,
Tho stago will I hi Hindu narrower and sot hack
ngalnst tho east wnll, Increasing tho hall per
Imps ten feet In length.
C, E. Ferguson has Iwen heard from hoof
sweet-scented famo. "Fergy'ns tho Ixiys on
tho road havo titled him, Is ierhns tho best
known drummer for perfumer and extracts
lu the west, mid hi many friends nnd xit
ions in this section will Ik) pleased to learn
that ho has engaged himself lo tho Hivlnton
Manufacturing Co, of Chicago for 181X1, and
will hereafter appear before tho trade with
their exquisite lino of samples. "Hwlnton's
Primrose," which undoubtedly Is the finest
extract ou tho market nnd I so considered by
cotmolwtours of delicious odors, will Ih one
of the attractive cards of hi line, Tiir
CotiuiKU congratulates "Fergy" on hi
change, and especially so as lie will represent
it western linn, Instead of n "down-easier."
Ij. Wessel, Jr., o.lltor nnd proprietor of the
CouiitKU, leaves tiMlny for n trip of several
weeks east. Ills tlmo wilt bo divided lie
tween Now York and Philadelphia, ami ho
will seek now nnd nttinctlvo feat il res for tho
CouiilKlliiH well nsa new lino of goods for
the stationery department. The latter will
Include late styles lu corrrspoudenco pnpers,
caul eases, paper cutters, ink stands, pens
nnd other writing materials, ns well as at
tractive novelties. Hut while tho trip Is
chlelly for business, pleasure will not bo
overlooked entirely. Mr. Wcssel will bo
among old time fi lends In Philadelphia, and
ono of his first illHqiatlous will bo to attend
tho grent chailty ball In that city next
A chnrmlng party was glvon Tuesday
evening at tho residence of Miss Guild ou F
street in honor of Mr. W, 11. Cooper, who
leaves today ou it visit to his homo lu Phila
delphia, (lames, muslo mid refreshments
mndo up the evening's program. Among
tho guests present wero Messrs. W. II.
CooHr, E. 1). EvniiH, Ray Hussoug, Low
HuHKong, M. Skinner, Ged Guild, F. M.
Mlcklo, nnd Misses Georgia Guild, Bertie
Crawford, Itetalo Crawford, Ada iluudy,
Hattle Hedges, Bessie Hedges, Kmmo Brown,
Mamie Gullck, Clara Sullivan, Mabel
Sperry, Delslo Lano and Mrs. F. W. Mlcklo.
Georgo E. Gnscolguo, ono of tho champion
lacrosse players, leaves today for n month's
visit with old tlmo friends in Montreal nnd
enjoy tho winter gayetles. Mr. G. Is with
tho Henry & Coatesworth company, success"
ors to the National lumber cominny. Mr.
Henry, by the wny, Is the gentleman who re
cently paid (.'150,000 for tho Warder Grand
ojiera house at Kansas City, on which Mana
ger Craw fori 1 had a lease.
Mr. C. C. Munson has taken nnow partner
lu tho person of Mr. W. II. Walker. Tho
latter has been engaged In tho lumber busi
ness in Howard for years, and comes to Lin-,
coin with tho warmest endorsements ot
friends and patrons ns nn ablo, upright busi
ness man. With Mr. Muusou's push and
square dealing It ought to mako a strong
team, Mr. Walker's family will bo removed
to Lincoln In tho spring.
Tho Des Moines Mail and Times nays:
Dos Moines has arrived at that social stage
ot Its existence when its young gentlemen
have begun to mako its party calls on stated
evenings In full dress. Sometimes n halt
dozen ot these calls aro mndo In nn evening,
nouo of them extending beyond fifteen in In
utes. Tito Mull and 7Ymrs then announces
two evenings for the calls of tho guests ot n
recent swell wedding.
Tho A. O. U, W. Improvement company
made enough money from its hall last year to
jMty tho Interest for two years. Tho follow
ing now officers have been elected: Presi
dent, J. T. Rlvett; vice president, E. Hallett;
secretary nnd treasurer, W. P. Housuworth;
board of directors, J. H. Burko, I. A. Reams,
W. Q. Bell and II. Meyer.
Al Ewnn, corrusondent of tho Omaha lice,
lias been sorely attlictod. Botli ho and his
wife wero confined to tho houso for two or
three weeks by tho influenza and resultant
aliments, and Mrs. Ewnn died Thursday nf
ternoon. Tho remains will bo burled at Till
mage today. The deceased leaves an Infant
W. It. Dennis nnd Fred Long well left Tues
day night for Kansas City to Invoice tho stock
o' tho two hat stores that Mr. Dennis has
bought In that city. Ho takes possession
Feb. 1st and may remain lu Kansas City next
month, pending tho arrival of his Michigan
partner. Mr. Longwell will return in u week
Governor nnd Mrs. Thayer have announced
their purpose of giving a scries of receptions
at tho state house. They expected to hold the
first reception next Monday evening, but on,
account or Mrs. Thayer's illness it will not
take place till later and due announcement of
Its date will bo made.
The elegant Kranlg fc ltnch piano used at
tho Couiukh's reception was from tho must-
col depot of Mr. F, w . Hohman. It was
much admired and wns sold tho next morn
ing, being taken direct from tho Couiueh of
flee to the home ot tho buyer.
Miss Latta wont to Omaha yesterday to
attend a german given by the swell Cotil
lion Club. She is tho guest of Miss Dundy.
Mr. It S. Mcintosh also ran up to attend tho
gentian nnd was the guest ot Mr. Daniel
Morgan for tho night
Cards havo been received in Lincoln an
nouncing tho marriage of Mr. Georgo W.
Ballnntlno, formerly ot this city to Miss Ida
C. Wlunont Denver on January SO. They
will bo nt homo on Fridays In March at 1301
Pearl street, Denver.
Ladles and others who use fine stationery
found many new styles to admire in tho
CoimiKH'8 stock. They should rememlx-r
that novelties nro being received from time
to time ob they make their appearance in the
Last Saturday's Chut of Cedar Rapids, la.,
has the following: "Mrs, B. F. Purks ten
dered nn elegant 4 o'clock dinner oil Thurs
day afternoon in honor of her daught er, Mrs.
Will Preston of Lincoln, Neb."
Miss Gossip has heard of a uewengi gement
between two of the best known younj society
people. The gentleman is n I fsmg y ung at
torney, and tho lady has been long i leader
in Pleoseut Hour circles.
Edgar Edward, now with tho Bau u hard
ware eonqwiiy at Omaha, ha made i rrange
menU to travel up in the Black Hills mntry,
which will prevent hlscoming to Line' 'In very
often in the future. !
C, W, Loomls, Into cashier of tho B. fi M.
freight de Kt, has been mado traveling audit
or. Will Bprlllgmeyer has been promoted to
thncnshlerslilp, mid his plncu has leen given
to 11, Rhodes.
Tho Capital City C, U. S. C. program Tues
day evening Mas sustained by Messrs, Geoigo
Pimiielly mid John Reed, Misses Cnrinody,
Churchill and ('orliln, Mrs. Joiihui and Mrs.
Manager I.nnlcr Is arranging u private ex
hibition of tlie ossified mull for tho U'lieflt of
medical and newspaper men. It will ho given
nt thu Museo at half-past ten Monday morn
ing. Miss Llzzlo Buford wns tho object of n
pleasant surprise party by her young friends
Wednesday eviiiiiiig, Mudc, gnmes mid re
freshments mndo up tho evening's program,
Tho family of Congressman Ijtws nre ar
ranging to go to Washington for tho session,
except Miss Ijiws, who will remain to com
plete her university course.
Tho Plttsfleld, Mass., Kayta announces tho
engagement of Miss Emmn A. Jones of this
city, formerly of Plttsfleld, to Mr. Benjamin
E. How er man of Chicago.
Miss Ellen nnd Mr. Georgo llnx wero ten
dci ixl n stirpibo ynity Inst Friday evening
to commemornto their rlxtccnth yenr, thoy
Prof. II. E. Hitchcock of tho State univer
sity has imdertnkoii to conduct n lllblo clafs
for young men Monday ovenlngs nt the Y.SI.
C. A. rooms,
J, M. Edmlstou left Thumday morning for
Chicago tonttend the meeting of tho genet al
agents of tho Union Central Life Iiisurnin-o
Tho frit-lids of Messrs. Alliert nnd Iuls
Kntzenstelti will tender them nnil their brides
ii reception nt Templo hall next Tuosdny
Miss Genuvrn, daughter of Mr. L. I),
Wooilniir, celebrated her eight year Wednes
day evening with n party for her llttlo
Over in lown tho crnro lu social circles for
card games lias taken a new foim, and thu
towns mo having nil epldemlcof "clneh"inr
tles. Miss Frances Duncan of tho East Lincoln
C. L. H. C is wilting an account of the circle
at tho H)iiltentlory for tho CViaHfiinryiKtn.
Ilrlseoe, tho shoo man, will remove to tho
ExK)sltlon building about Mnrch 1st, mid
will rent ids present stand on O street
Tho Pleasant Hour club had it mrty fixed
for last Wednesday evening, but it was ixwt
ponod until next Friday,
Miss Minnie AVarwIck of Alt Pleasant, la.,
Ii visiting with Mrs. W. II. McArtliur nt 1138
South Eighteenth street
Tho Pleasant Hour Juniors talked of hnv
Ing n iNtrty this week, but it wns jiostixmed
until early In Febmary.
Tuesday was not tho Couiuf.h'h only "nt
homo" day. It always has a hearty wcl
como for Its friends.
A carnival of tho nations by tho leading
young people dresMxl in costume willbogiven
early in February.
Miss Sndlo Harris entertained tho Sorotls
club Monday evening. Tho club discussed
II. R. Krug nnd E. It Wolls of II. It
Nlssley & Co. are in Denver for a short vaca
tion. Senator and Mrs. Frank Tnggart of Hast
ings have welcomed a girl baby to their home.
Isidore Brooks has been enjoying a Visit
from his brother, Loo Brooks of New York.
Hastings is soon to have n lodge of Elks,
and tho Lincoln lodge will do the InsUtutlng,
"London Smoko" is n new stylo of writing
paper to lw had nt tho CouniKii office,
Mrs. M. Tower entertained tho East Lincoln
W. C. T. U. Wednesdny afternoon.
Georgo Foresman went td Omaha-yesterday
to aiicnu mo uotllllon club gentian.
Tom Cook has been nnnolnted census
superintendent for this district
Mrs. F. A. Clark of Kearney Is visitimr her
mother, Mrs. L. M. Wlnslow.
Miss Florence Brown will givo a tnusicalo
soon, assisted by Mrs. Wober.
Miss Funko entertained a few friends at a
candy pull Tuesday evening,
Mrs. Sarah Zlemer left Inst Saturdny for
her homo lu Cleveland.
Cnpt It O. Phillliw was reported in Wash
Mannger Lnwler of tho Museo wns in Den
Tho Union club Is talking again of adding a
O. P. Dinges returned Monday from Cali
fornia. Georgo Holden returned Wednesday from
Folsoni has gono to Hot Springs,
Dr. GitTen has been appointed city physi
cian. (For other Social Nows Beo Pago 3.)
I Mr. W. II. Baldrldgo, druggist, Escondldo,
California, says': "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best selling medicine I handle.
In fact I sell more ot It thau all other cough
medicines combined. Everyone who has
used It speaks in glowing terms ot Its efficien
cy." For sale by A. L. Bhoder, druggist
Just at present in tho east carnations aro
considered as among tho most deslrahlo of
flowers for bridal boquets. Orchids nre tho
fashlonablo flower par excellence for tho
bride, sometimes mingled with violets or hy
acyntht , Dut orchids aro eminently a flower
for tho wealthy only, and not all brides aro
wealthy. Among other flowers suitable, car
nations are chosen for two very sensihlo rea
sons. In tho first place they are not ex
tremely costly (though In numbers they ag
gregate a high figure.) Then they are a pure
and majetitio looking flower, aud therefore
appropriate. At a fashionable wedding not
long ugo, the bride curried white carnations
and lillles of the valley, and tho maid of
honor, who wore a pink crejio costume, car
ried pimc ones.
The now management has reduced day
hoard to (4.00. Table etpial to a two dollar
house. Try us. fourteenth street, between
N and O streeU, !U
l.'je, llnr, Noio noil Throat HpcclulUt.
Dr. Charles E. 8ohr, No. 1215 O Bt. Con
sultations lit Kuglish and German,
Cukes' of any and all kinds for banquet par
ties made to order on short notice at tho Ciu
lick Bakery, 013 I' street. Telephone 103.
'Wedding suppers, lunches mid banquets ot
all kinds are provided by Ilro wn In tho best
stylo and on short notice.
Shaw Cute fur Bute.
Several counter show cases of several sizes
all for sale cheap at the CouniKii ofllce, Call
aud see them, i'rices will suit..
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
Complete Works of Shakespeare
Comprising his Flays, Sonnota and Pooms, with tho noted
profaoo, by DR. JOHNSON.
A OLOSSABT AND AN AOOOUNT Or KAOIt PLAT BT THE
REV. WM. HARNESS, M. A., of Christ Collogo, Cambridge England
TO EACH SUDSCRIUEK OF THIS PAPER
Wc will give each subscriber a copy of this $li,00 book and a year's
subscription to the paper for f2. xj in advance.
This is the greatest legitimate premium offer ever made, and is possible only, be
cause, in this age of invention, with its improved printing machinery and meth
ods, the cost of production in large quantities has been reduced.
This book is a wonder of typography. It is beautifully bound in rich cloth,
extra, with artistic stamp in gold on side and back. The book contains
Size, 8 Inchos wide, 1 1 Inches long and 3 Inches thick.
t It is embellished with a portrait of the author from the celebrated Chandos
Picture, engraved on steel, it has other numerous illustrations. No description
can do justice to this magnificent premium. It must be seen to be appreciated. It
is no cheap or commonplace production, but, on the contrary, a book that its
owner will have every reason to be proud of; the most suitable thing in the world
for a present; a volume that will embellish any library or center table in the land.
We expect every one who knows nnd appreciates a good thing, to respond
at once to this extraordinary offer. When you have the book and your neighbors
sec it, they will also want it.
We will give the book and one year's subscription to our paper to any person
sending us $2.50. Old subscribers who have already paid for their paper, and who
send us 52.50, will receive the book and have their subscriptions extended one year
from the date of their present expiration.
Note If the book has to be sent by null or express, ndd K3 cents
to the remittance to cover cost tf traanportatlon.
1-4. OPP BALE
The Greatest Sale Yet
Having Purchased the Entire Stock
LINCOLN SHOE STORE
We propose to offer Shoe Buyers the best chance
to buy new,
It well known that these goods were bought for cash by
one of the best shoe buyers in Lincoln. We have now
moved these choice goods to our store, 1043 O st., where
we will close out the entire stock of the " Lincoln Shoe
Store " at a discount of 25 per cent. Shoe buyers don't be
deceived, but examine for yourselves. Goods are all
marked in plain figurs. Call early.
WEBSTER & ROGERS,
1043 O Street.
(OLD OR NEW) UPON THE FOLLOWING
fresh goods at a
25 per Cent.
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