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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2?, 1800
POPULATION OP LINCOLN 00,000,
Saturday Evening, Feb, 22, '90,
The CoiiniKii will not lie rospnnalhlo for
any debts mnila liy any one In It nnino, un
nun written onler nooomimnlc tho same,
L. Wkwmki,, Jr., l'ntp'r.
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Tim Utturlor Onn 1m Kntiuil At
Windsor llolol News Htiinil.
CnplU.I llolol News Htnml.
CMcII'h Dlnlmt Hull Now Htnml,
ThoOcillmui NowsBlunil, IIS Hotltll Mill Ht.
Ilort Kttirnor. 111 Ninth lltli Htrcut.
Kd. Younir, Utto 0 Htrcut.
Knton AHnilth, HMO
Ultlo Himrt CIkiu Wore. 113 N. ISth flU
W. R. DENNIS,
1137 O STREET.
I.ncrtl unit Forsnnnt.
Whltobrcaat Cool and Llmo Company.
Lincoln Iix Co., 1040 O Bt. Telephono lit).
Perry & Harris, jowolors.
Brown' restaurant (or meals .
Toko Turkish at 1010 O street.
Auk your grocer for Qullck'a brotul.
Telephone at tho Couiukh olUco Is 053,
Mineral water used for bathing, 1010 O it.
Qtvo BotU & Weaver, tho now coal Arm, a
MIm C. J, Qullmctto's drew making par
en, 1223 O rtroot.
Try Bomo of the One frosh fish served every
day at Camoron's.
Canon City Coal again at tho Whitobroast
Cool and Llmo Co.
Ask your grocer for Gulick's bread.
Roast moats, and vegetables of all klndsat
Camoron's Lunch House.
Superior quality Anthrnclto cool ntUetts
& Weaver's. Call up 440.
Join tho Terry & Harris watch club. Oct
a watch at a dollar a week.
Tho old rellahlo Canon City Coal at Hutch
n & HyattV, 1040 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish baths at 1016
O street, basomout Union block.
Only placa in Lincoln that uses mineral
water in hatha is at 1010 O street.
Ask your grocer for Gulick's bread.
Try an oyster stow or oyrtera in any stylo
at Din Cameron's. Thoy aro tine, .
A five-dollar work of Shakespeare given
away. Boo advertisement, pago 8,
Drown is ready to servo bawjuots, woddiug
collations and other spreads on short notice.
Qullck'a bread is full weight.
Canon City, Mondota, Ohio Block and Col
orado Coal, at Botta & Weaver1, phono 440.
Now is tho time to lay in your winter sup
ply of coaL Hutchins & Hyatt's, 1040 O
Fresh mined Lackawana Anthrnclto and
other lino coals at Hutchins & Hyatt's, 1040
Cakes of any nud nil kinds for banquet par
ties mado to order on short notice at tho Gu
llck Bakery, 013 P street. Telephone 103.
Winger & McGahoy for Coal, Coko and
Wood. 123 North Klovonth stroot. Tele
phone 800. ,
Ladies will And a complete lino of flue shoos
and all the latest styles at the proper prices at
Sherwin's Boston Shoo Storo,
Buy Qulick's bread.
Buy your coal of tho Whltobreast Coal and
Lime Co., and it will always bew ell screahod,
rull weight, best quality and at right prices.
Ashby & Milbspaugh aro offering thoir en
tire stock of flue dross goods and silks at cost.
Now is the time to buy a nlco dress for very
Balrd Bros, aro giving SO per cent discount
on all cash salos and a chanco on a f 45 sowing
machlno on every purchase or bill paid to tho
amount of f 1,00,
Buy Gulick's bread.
You can have 20 percent on your hard waio
aud get a chance on a (45,00 sewing machlno
for every dollar's worth you buy at Balrd
Bros., 1343 0 stroot.
Tho now Felix Qovme's face powders re
cently received by Miss Johnston are having
a popular sole and all tho ladles who have
used it have great praibe for It.
Edith E. Russell, artist In China, Oil, Pas
Wl and Water Color n luting. Studio, room
140 Jonos block, corner 1'iind Twelfth Btroeta,
entrance 130 north Twelfth strott.
Old trunks made as good as new or taken
in trade for new ones at trunk factory 203
So 11th st., UjI. ()). Wirrick & Hopper.
Aim a fine line of trunks.'values, etc
Fine carriages, buggies, smulle horses and
the best livery stock in tho city at A. Q. BilK
roeyor & Go's. Palace Stable, Telephone
orders (No. 435 receive prompt attention.
J. T. Joum' new carriage repository is now
located on tho ground floor, 205-007 South
Tenth street, in the Bohanan block, wherohls
line or. Hue carriages or all kinds show to bet
ter advantage than-ever. Joints wants to sell
you a rig: when you want one. Call and see
Mas. Me agrees to wake the rloes suit or
five yra tfee rig.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Agn Ik not to Ih) measured by jrnrn, for
whenilMhi'iit a cnnplo younger In spirit or
fonder of the society of Jimng hiIo thmi
Mr. mid Mrs. II. I. Fosterl Their IminlMuiiie
homo U onn In which fonimllty wnltn'on cor
dlallty, nml it Is tho mwiiu of ninny a little lie
formnl galhei lug, ns often of young folks it
of middle-aged. Tho door of tho Foster homo
Is always o,ieii with a hearty wcloninofor tho
friends of tho household, nnd the fi lends nra
not neglectful of their opiKiitunltlex. lMt
week Mr. and Mm. Foster gnvo mi rlegnnt
rnni jmrty for their nmrrleil friend, and on
Atondity evening of thlswck n company of
young folk ami a few of the younger married
people were limidwiiuely entertained nt a
phantom jmrty. I)inclng wns tho fenturo of
tho nvenlng, and tho conditions under which
It was Inihiigeil In (Including good music)
luiidotlio hours brim over with merriment.
Tho room were hung with chlnoso Inn
terns, giving n dim and ghoiitly light.
Tho Identity of tho guests, on arriving, was
concealed by llowingdracrieaof white, most
ly nhtol mid pillow cnwsj nud tho fun of
mosqiirrilltig In Mich a disguise may bo (in
iigluiil, The part ielpauts veto It one of the
mwt delightful of social allalm. The Invitixl
KiuwlH weio Messrs, nud Mcsilnmcii Dennis,
lHsou, Hheldon, lluckstair, C. H, Llpplucott,
1'llelier, Townley, W. B. MoArthiir.Hnyilen,
A. W. .liinson, Maxwell, II, 0. Kdily, Nlslet
and Xleiuer; Mrs, K, II, Coomho, Mrs K. S.
ThompMtm of Oiunlin, Miwrs. lltirkstiiir, Clark
Mauslleld, Folk, Harry Hall, Mcintosh, Frank
Smith, llniiimond, Wnlto, Mulr, Orlnilli, Mo
Arthur, Montgomery, Wright, Mohrenstseh.
er, l.w, Uicliter, Chim, Clark, Vnn Duyne,
Ix'inlst, .Mngoon, J, K. Thompson, Frank eh
rung, Will Hntdy, Cooper nud Foienman,
MIhm-s Iitta, I'll nko, Lntbi, Hammond, Mar
tha Fuuko, Zlemer, Qruiiliiger of Omaha.
Hawkins, .Maud Burr, Hnthauny, Oakley,
llrown, Hudilltli of Wiimvii, Minn., Wnlsh,
Hlerllng, l'rli of Chlcngu, Wilson, Mli.uio
Warwick of Mt. l'liNisant, Iowa, Hadlu Bocks
er, Hollaway of Ouiahn.
Tetuplo hall, within whoso walls Terwlch
oro hns erected her throuo and before
whom the lovers of tho graceful nrt have so
often Urned in homngontnld nmny delight
ful HCeiuR, hns wltncKNcd numerous pli nsnnt
nml enjoyable occasions during tho present
season, Tho gotldess of dancing cortnlnly
tntiHt have felt Haltered by the honmgo mld
her on Wednesday evening when hnndsomo
women In rich nttlro und soldier liko men In
gorgeous uniform nld trlbuto to her nt tho
grand hall given that night by Marshall
Division, Uniform Itnnk of tho Knights of
Pythias, in honor of tho twenty-sixth anni
versary of Pj tlilnnlsm. Tho occasion was n
delightful one, Frank Horneflus, T. J. Hens
ley nnd Chns. Moyer were tho conunitteo of
nrrnngeinents, whllo Col. Kd. Slzer, fllrs. Kd.
BUer nnd Mrs, Frank Bolianuan coinprisetl
,1... . .!.. I.. m. .. '
uiu nvupiiou L-uuumiu'o. ino noor com
mittee consisted of Col. John Jenkins, F. II,
Bohanan, L. T. Qaylonl, John F. Harden,
Cliss. Benson nnd O. N. Crnndnll. Tho or
chestra discoursed sweetest strains, to which
tho gny dancers kept n merry rythm until
the "weo sum' hours." Tho nttondnnco wns
largo and nuinbcrnl many of tho well known
lendoi s of Lincoln society. Tho occasion was
a pleasant success and will loavo many
Tho Capital City hns grown to the east very
rapidly nnd attracted a flno class of eoplo to
that section. Thrown together by circum
stance, theso people have dovelojieil a very
cordial nolghborhooil feeling that hns result
ed In tho organlxatlon of a pleasant social
club. Thoy meet ovcry two weeks, sometime
for dancing, occasionally for card playing
only and frequently for both. Tho spirit of
neighborly friendliness prevails, Informal cor
diality rules and tho result is somo highly on
joyablo gatherings. The lost jmrty of tho
East Lincoln Socinl club was held on Friday
evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Travis, who proved themselves most compe
tent host. Dancing and cards ruled tho
ovening. Tho company included Messrs. nnd
Alcsdnmes L. C. Pnco, S. J. Tuttlo, II. M.
Hlco, Dr. Holyoko, S. K. Hnlo, E. it. Guth
rlo, C. it. Stephens, 8. J, Aloxnnder, 11. D
Bawycr, G. G. Beams, W. L. Pickett, W. M
Pnco, I. L. Lyman, C. A. WickciBhnm, N. S
Balrd, W. L. Murphy, J. T. MaOonnld and
Wllllnmsj Mews. Col T. Ewlng, O. H.Frow
Guy Hnle, P. Q. Bird, C. 11. Van Duyn, A.'
H. Pnco nnd I'Voil Hnllett; Misses Clnrkio
Pace, Florence Halo, Daisy Tuttlo, N. and
Tho reception to Messrs. Albert and Louis
Katzensteln and their brides, which was an
nounced some tlmo ago and then postponed
on account of tho death of a relatlvo of sev
eral of tho gentlemen concerned iu tho alfulr,
wos given nt Temple hall Thursday ovening.
It was a very gratifying compliment to the
nowly married couples that their friends
should liavo tondorod them so hnndsomo and
cordial a iweption. Dancing was tho order
of tho evening, interrupted only long enough
for a flno supper nt Brown's. Llght-hearUxl
gayoty ruled tho hour, tho ladles displayed
elegant toilets, and all had u delightful tlmo.
Tho participants were Mesilames Bracks,
Mayer, Opponbolmer, Kramer, Barr, Friend,
Block, Meyer, Messrs. M. Opjienheimor.Itlch,
8teinlerg, Greonbaum, Moyer, Brucks, Kra
mer, S. Opponholmer, Kslnsky, J. O. Oppon
helmer, E. Fleming, O. Fleming, Friend,
Barr, Bloch, Chos. Moyor, S. Bellgsohn. Llb
borman, Berkson, Faska, S. Mayer of Plntts
mouth, Misses Kramer, Barr, Alleou Friend,
Ida Friend, Schwab, Frank, Bertha and Nets
tie Sollgsohn, Miuuio Levi of Nebraska City.
Tho Comus club held Its ngular bi-wookly
lrty Tuosilay evening at Temple hall. It
was well nttonded nnd proved to bo ono of
tho pleasantest of a flno series. Tho club
probably will havo ono moro dance this seas
on. Tho participants Tuesday ovening wero:
Messrs. A. Harrison, Will Lottrldgc, Will
Clark, J. Seamore, C. K. Hale, W. A. Seltz,
D. Consldlno, C. Wlmckcrhagan, Walter
Blako, P. A. Bomorlnd, F. E. Parks, Low
Trefetcr, Grot Barnes, J. L. Codington,
Will Stnckhous, ltoy Winslow, C. W. Gunni
son, O. O. Parmnleo, P. G. Bird, A. B. Balrd,
W.E. Stewart, O. E. Houek, E. E. Mockett;
Misses Anna Trumble, Anna Coffrann, Mrs.
C. K. Halo, Florence Hole, Maloue, Becker,
Canflold, Nellie Hyde, Jennlo Parker, Llzzlo
Bufonl, Anna Grlills, Mattlo GrlllU, Alma
Sharj), Ada Ball. Dora Ball, May Pettlt,
Lottie Bonfoy, Mrs. A. B. Balrd. Anns.
Hogan, Ora Anderson, Donnelly, Adams,
Burns, Smith, Love and Blauchard.
Miss Blancho Boyer gnvo n very pleasant
part for her young friends Monday ovening
at her homo In east Lincoln, She w as as
sisted in recelvlug by Miss Gertrudo Culbcrt
bon, and sovcral recitations und musical num
bora wero given by Misses Elllo Hoyer,
Josephine Lottridgo and Minnie Gay lord.
The invited guests wero Messrs. KugenoPaco,
Kennoth Blnfoid, Arthur Poundstoue, Ar
thur Munson, Kd. Cou&aul, Floyd Hotaling,
Frank Saunders, Chnrlio Townsend, Ed.
Nichols, Alva Townsend, Mr. Hubbanl, Or
vllle Eddy, John Erb, Roy Chapman, Willis
Sawyer, Halph and Freil Plummer, Jamiv
Bally, Harry GrouMj; Misses Jennlo Stownrt,
May Klmmercr, Fannlo Biuford, Kdlth BIs
Mr, Ella Olson, Bessie Munton, Bessie
Hedges, Josephine Lottridgo, Maud Burkey,
Vina Householder, Minnie Oaylord, Nelllo
Eddy, Eva Snell, Hattle Harden, Vliinlo
Beach, Mary Dutill.
Tho annual linniiiet of tho Iincnster liar
iisoociatloti wns given last evening nt the
iiulsor hotel. Following was tio program
of tonsts nnd rcsH)iisi Tho Jury system,
W. J. Bryan; tho Junior counsel, W. L.
CnndllTt "Tho l.nw ns mi Eilucntor," 8. I
(lelsthnrilt; "Tim Iiwjer on tho Stump," I,
W. Lansing; "Tim Fiilernl Court," W. J.
Iiinlr; "Our Aiiswer," John L. Doty; "Tho
New Depmtiiro," Mrs, W. H.Snwjer; "Tho
Plonc-r Ijiwjer,"8. J Ttitllc; "Tho Judi
ciary," Judge Aumsn Cobb; "Fro simple,
simple fen ami nll.tho fees entnll nro nothing
when compared to thw, thou best of fee,
Female,' E. P Holmes; "Tho Prisoner nt tho
llnr." J. II. Slroilo; ' The Nntlonnl Bar Asw
elation," N. 8. Hnrwooil.
Several socinl gatherings wero held Inci
dental to llm visit of Dr. T, O. Clinmberlnlu,
presldont of tho university of Wlsconsoii,
who ciiiiio to Lincoln Inst ee to mnko tho
Chnrter Dny address for our stnto university.
On Friday ovening Chancellor and Mrs.
Divewy Invited tho faculty nnd their wives to
meet Dr, Chnmlerlnlu and provided pleasant
entertainment for thooveuing. OnHattinlny
ox-Postmaster mid Mrs. Wntkina gavo a din
ner In tho dix'tor's honor nnd entertnlneil ii
eonipuny of former Wisconsin in-oplo.
Tho friends of .Mrs, Kmtiin Sparrow gnvo
her n pleiisant surprise party Tuesday even
Ing at tho homo of her patents, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott, bOJ North Sixteenth street. The com.
niiy Included Misses Grnhnm, Miuuio and
Cora IIIII, Sndlo Bonds, Joslo Dowilon, Iinii
Brady, Ornco Zliumerninn, CnlHo Newel, 1)11
llo Newel, Carrlo Koontr, Ida Thatcher, Mrs,
Lonl, Mrs. Henry,Mr. nml Mrs. Thomas, Dr.
Graham, Messrs. Frank Btnnhoiw, Cole, L.
M. Zlinmermaii, Iiwls, W.W.Wntklns.Glen,
Jackson, Walter I). Eastman,
Tho following Lincoln ieoplo went to Oinii
hn Tuewlny, tho most of them to attend tho
D'Albert-Bnrasnto concert: Mrs. A. M. Ilnlnl.
Mrs. J. 8. Slater, .Mrs. W. E. Stownrt, J. A.
Finch, H. J. Connor, Mr nnd Mrs. August
Hngenow, G. Bngnnll, Mr. mid Mrs. C. II.
Gere, Mrs. T. J. Illekoy, Jmnes H. Walsh, II.
O. Cosgrovo, Geo. W (Inge, Mrs. A. Weber,
Tom M. Cook, W.Moi ton Smith.
Among tho visitors In Lincoln nro Benntor
Funko and family of Iowa, who nro guests of
Mrs. F unke's sister. Tho senator Is the edit
or of tho llmcon nt Spirit Lake, the well
know n summer resort. On account of the
deadlock In tho Iowa leglslntuio there is llttlo
to keep him In Des Mnlms, and by watching
tho dallies ho can tell in Lincoln when ho will
Friends of Miss Miunlo Goodman gnvo her
a happy "surprise" on Frlihy ovening of Inst
Meek In honor of her eighteenth yenr, nnd
lef t a number of lovo tokens. Tho assault
ing party comprised Misses Miller, Luw
ronce, Manchester, Bengali, Whltmoro, nud
Messrs. Shoemaker, Lnwrcnco, Manchester,
Dumstcml and Leightou.
Mr. Ialluo Brown iravo n lollv vnlmitlnn
lnrty nt his homo on St. Valontine's ovening.
Games nnd dancing wero Indulged In. Those
present wero: Will Tvlor. Itnvinnml lfnin
ltoy Sawyer, Everett Sawyer, Mark Bufonl,
Anna Lau, Pearl Bound!, Maud Tyler, Holon
Wood, Fannlo Hlco and Eugenie Tuttlo.
Mrs. Sarah Reynolds of Canton, Ohio, nnd
Mrs. W. W. Wallace of Omaha havo boon
tho guests this week of Mrs. E. W. Bucking,
ham. Mrs. Reynolds Is tho foster mother of
Mr. Wullace, an Omaha bank cnshlor, nnd la
also a relutivo of Senator Mnnderson.
Ono of Our Boys contemplates entertaining
tho whole crowd at his room soon. Every
fellow will hnvo to speak a piece, slug a song
or tell a story. With this broad hint no fol
low can plead an excuso. Not to read tho
Couhiku la criminal negligence.
Tho engagement of a dancing teacher and
a well known railroad man who has gono re
cently to Alllanco has been an open secret for
somo tlmo, and now tho teacher announces
that tho coming term of her class will bo her
Mrs. Win. A. Preston returned Saturday
from a visit with her jwrents nt Cedar
Rapids. Iown. Mrs. Preston wns ono of tho
society young ladies of that city, and several
companies wero given iu her honor.
One of tho handsomest and most costly cor.
nots west of Chicago Is now tho projiorty of
Will O'Shca, Jr., tho woll known musician of
this city. Tho instrument Is sliver, gold-lined
mid handsomely engraved.
Tho Juniors had tho last party of thdr
sorlos at Tomplo hall last night. Thoro is
talk of another hop, but it will not be a club
affair, which will admit a number of desir
able young men.
Tho engagement of Mr. John M. Thayer,
Jr., nnd Miss Mngglo Mullon has boon taken
for granted for somo tlmo, and now it Is
known that tho wedding will tako placo somo
tlmo In April,
Tho Lincoln Elks wero again called on to
loan their minstrel wigs and chair covers.
They hnvo Just como back from playing an
Important part In a Hastings homo talent nfs
Mrs. Dr. Victor undertook a very trying
task iu soliciting business for tho A'fniiM.
Oiel, but she did it with energy and was ro
wurded with a hnndsomo result.
Miss May McAllister of Grand Island,
daughter of Win. McAllister, grand reconlcr
of tho A. O. U. W., Is attending business
collogo in Lincoln.
A iotter received early in tho week from
Mrs. Fred Funko, now at tho hot springs of
Las Vegas, Now Mexico, reiwrted Mr. Funko
to bo seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. W E. Burllngim of Omaha
havo been spending a part of tho week with
Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Bell. Tho ladles aro slss
Rov. and Mrs. L. W. Terry of tho east Lin
coln Baptist church wero tendered a reception
Wednesday ovening nt Baker & Smith's holL
The management of tho W. C. A. Klrmesj
presented W.,8. Huffman with an upholstered
clwlr In recognition of his valunbloassistanco.
Miss Eva Batos wos married Wednesday
ovening to Mr. Win. W, Cook, and they hnvo
gono to the groom's farm near Hickman.
Miss Lattn goes to Nebraska City today to
attend a Washington birthday party given
by MUs Miunlo Hawks of that city.
Bupt. Lnno wns in New York this week to
attend a meetlug of superintendents of publio
instruction from vai ioun states.
Tom Cooke, who Is census suorvisor for
this district, litis opened an olllco in tho gov
L. Weasel, Jr., tho Couhikk's wanderer,
will leavo Philadelphia today on the houio-
Mrs. Harry T. Dobbins ami Mrs. James
McMaiin visited their parents at Tnmorn
Tho Browning society will
First Congregational church
meet at tho
Mrs. Fred Baldwin entertained a club at
curds at tho Windsor hotel Wednesday evou
i"'K. R. 11. Oakley, O. Thompson and O. E.
Yates returned Thursday from Now castle.
Gov. Thayer and Secretary Cowdry were
among reccut victims of la grippe.
unlay from Glovrrsvllle, N. Y.
Dr. II, L Palnii'silepiirturafoi'hUEuroH'sn
trip was delayed n week or so.
Rusel Ilrjdon hnsgou on the rond for
Ackeimauu's milllneiy house.
Dr. Frank H Billing of hog cholera fuiuo
hns been In town this week.
Hugh Baker hns Just uci Ived a flii mando
lin lniMrlil f i oin Italy.
J. II Mallnlh'ii of Kemney ha lceit np
jKilnted n postal chrk.
OvorUOO Hoplo nro said to huvo taken din
ner nt Odoll's Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Burr sjient Sunday
with Omaha friends.
Mr. nud Mrs. A. W. Jnnscn hnvo returned
Tho noxt. Yoiko rluli hop Is booked for
Louis Jensen returned f i om Denmark this
Mrs. 8. L. Pylo Is visiting nt Mollno, III.
Mnnnger Mclleynolds Is Iu Chicago.
Lent will begin nuxt Wednesday.
Other Socinl News on Page 3.
It Wns tho Other fellow.
Grizzly My too hurt like thundor
Tootloy That sol What was tho matter
G rlzly Wasn't anything tho matter
Tootloy Thought you said it hurt you.
Grizzly No, It didn't hurt mo. It hurt
that young dudo that's boou calling toseo my
girl. West Buoro.
Night mi thn Avonun.
YounirBurclar (In tho narlor) Hark I I
Just heard tho lady upstnlrB tell hor husband
thoro wero burglars In tho houso.
Old Burglar That's nil right. If thoy
know wo nro burglars they'll keep qulot, for
fonr of boln' killed. I wns afraid they'd mls
tako us for ioor relations, and yoll for tho
ixjlicc Now York Weekly.
She Whoro do you get your suits from,
He That's a straugo question I Froin tho
tailor, of cou rsa Why do j ou ask
She Ob, thoy'ro generally so "loud." I
thought you might got them from tho gun
smith's. He Yes j I've heard roporta nbout them.
A I'urls Doc Market.
Among tho queer Institutions of Paris of
whoso oxhsteuco tho ordinary English visitor,
with all his zeal for exploration, has uo no
tion, Is tho dog market, which Ls held overy
Sunday In a corner of tho Marcho nux cho
vaux. It is a duly authorized market that
brings into tho exchequer of the city an an
nual sum equivalent to illOO. This proved
that n great deal of business Is dono by the
salo of dogs in tho course of tho year. A tax
of fifteen cents is loviod upon tho "head" of
each animal that Is brought to markot. Tho
number of outrlos average 14,000 annually,
but tho exhibition is said to huvo injuriously
affected tho dog business, for thoro was a
marked decrojuo last year, Tho market Is
ulso said to havo suffered from tho compoti
tlou of tluiho w ho sell dogs In tho street, nnd
take largo families of them every Sunday
into tho Champs Elyreos and BoU do Bou
logne, under tho pretense that they need air
and exorcise, but really in tho liojx) of nego
tiating their sale, Loudon Globe.
A WVII Itrcomsi a l'ountuln.
An nrtwl.-in well was comploted at Woon
socket, L. I,, last week, an Immense flow of
water having been struck. Tho strength of
tho flow Increased rapidly until the machinery
could not hold it iu check, und n solid column
of water, ns bl;- ns a man's inxly, was thrown
sixteen foet Into tho nlr with n roar that could
Ikj hoard two miles. Tho flow was not
brought uuder subjection until last night. A
lako covering over lorty acres has boon
formed in tho lower part of tho town on somo
vicntit lots. A doiiM fojr ls constantly
rising from tho warm water. Many barns
nud wullcs nro flooded. Half tho pressure Is
now turned ou, and tho water runs through
a six Inch plpo and throws a solid stream
lit teen fcot high. Artesinn exports say tho
well Uthe most ponorful ono In tho world.
Tho propi iotors of tho Woonsockct flour mills
havo offoml tho city councils rentul of 1,000
a year for less than one-half tho power. Now
A now stamp canceling machlno is ticmg
tried iu tho Philadelphia iwstollleo. It is op
erntisl by electricity, nud Is suld to cancel
tho stamps on letters at tho rate of 25,000 pe
Lotir, automatically registering tho number
Ruth M. Wood.M. D Conservatory Place,
Tub teenth street.threo doors south of L stroot.
Gulick's bread Is full weight.
Mr, and Mrs. J, A. Mmslmll returned
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
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Comprising hla Plays, Sonnota and Pooms, with tho noted
profaoo, by DR. JOHNSON.
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