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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 66,000,
Saturday Evening, Oct, 18, '00
Ctorner 10th and P Street.
II, 11. NINHI.KV A CO.
"The Courier" For NhIii In Omaha.
' Coplen nmy U found nt Keith's news stand,
SlQKmith Fifteenth street, Hoyd'sopernhoUM)
SPECIAL 1IOS1HKY SAI.H I
Next Monday, Tuesday mill Wednesday
Hcnollielmcr ,t Co. w III hnvo their llrnt
special tale of hosiery niul wool uuilcrucar,
tlm lct nsortmciit In tlio wort of these neo
rmnry garment. I'rlecs from ouoxiunrti'r to
omsMdnl IcMtlmn rcRiilnr IlKure. Theo
nro nil houitht In lament jmxhUiIo quantities
nml UirolhcliiHT it Co, without doubt Rot
Uicm front ton to fifteen Hr coat less thmi
smaller buyers rnn, an lny Iilj? In iplnntlty
I what count; tholr outlet on good I such
that they do not fivtr buying too much Jurt
no tlio price I low.
Call mid Inspect these, from thnchenpestto
tlio lot regular uiiulo goods, nil iimlltli'N.
The Uaurlor Cmt tin Found At
Windsor Hotel Nuwm Htnnd.
Capital Hotel Nowm Htmitl.
Kiposltlou UIuIiik Hull Mows Htnnd.
The Oothnm Nuwm Htnnd, 118 Houth lltli Ht.
lUtt Uumier, lit North lltli Htrrct.
Kit. You MB, IWOO Hlreot.
Fletcher A Co., MM (I Htrrct,
Uttle Hport Ulnar Ntoro, 113 North I'Jtti Ht.
Wenlorllold'H lliirlxir Hhtip, llurr Mock.
IWAn extra ,unply of papers In nlwnyp lort
at tho Uotliiim, In caso other Nowsdcnlors
supplies run short.
Fall Styles, Dunlap Hats
1137 O STREET.
The Couiukr will not bo responsible for
any dobta mndo by Hiiy ouo In It nniiio, un
eaa n written order ncco mjwuilee tho Mime,
l.aeul niul Personal.
Whltebrenst Cotd anil I J mo Company.
Take Turkish nt 1010 O street.
Oyster In nil style nt Hrown's.
llrown'a for oysters In nil sty lew.
Ruth M. Wood, M. D 12J0 1 street.
Teleplione nt tlio COUKIKH olllco Is U.VI,
Try Brown's Sunday dinners, only iVScts,
Sunday (lluueri at Drowns, only 25 ccut.
HuUhliiH & Hyntt sell coal. Telephone 225.
Lincoln Ieo Co., 10(0 O Ht. Telephone 11&
Mineral water used for bathing, 1010 O it.
Canon City Coal nt tho Whitebreast
Coal and Llmo Co.
Doctor Bailey & Qoodell, office 1347 I,
street, Telephouo, 017.
Oily place In Lthooln that uses mineral
water In hatha Is at 1010 O street
Improredshower forTurkish baths at 1011
O street,' basement Union block,
MIm C J. Qullmette, modiste, second lloor'
ExposlUou building. Tnke elevator,
Poeiiler furnUhoi the finest qunllty of Ice
cream' and fancy cakea for imrtlos and wed-
All tho, Intost sheet iiuulc, now stock, nt
Ornncer's Art Munio store, -M'J uouth Eleventh
Poehler Is now serving rich Juley oysters
and lunchen at his iarlor lu the Mo Bride
block, corner Twelfth and r street.
Dr.O. B. Mannlnc. ofllce rooms (X1H7
Burr block. TuIkiiIioiih :tlfl. Itjwl.l.mr rvr
20th and F. Telephone 380.
Art studio, room 49, Tho Bond. Classes
Thursdays and Saturdays.
CUaa firing. Edith Huhbklu
J. II. O'Neill, Alio plumbing, hot xvater and
sUam heaUng, dm, gas fixture aud globes.
You can buy all grades of garden hoao very
Seortha uetv coriesxndenro iieni in'tnb
let'fonn'jurt received nt the CotmtKii office.
We-have all the latest weaves, hi all the fan,
cy nnd'pkln iior, lucludlug a number of
very pretty novclttea. Enveloios to match
H..P. Bherwlu, 1124 O rtreet, has a pretwnt
for every one of hi customers that cannot
tail mi up aptrrcewuu. Jio will giro to every
cuttomer a flHf craypu plcturo made from
any photo ttiat la deatred aud it will not cost
you a cent. Call in at his drug and shoo
store and see how it U iloim, 1124 O street.
There inay be persons In this community
who are at times troublod with collo or sub
ject to attacks of bowel complaint. If no,
they should try Chamberlain's colic, cholera
and diarrbuia remedy. It will afford nlmort
Immediate relief, and when reduced with
water la pleasant td take. It taken'as boon
as the first Indication of the dlkeaso l felt it
will ward off the attack. Many people use It
in Wits way, and find that it never fails them,
A 36 or CO cent bottle may be obtained from
A. I 8hrader, the druggist.
Hurry II. Nliwluyniid JUIm JpkhIc Hmtiliitli
en) mil tol In mnrrlngnnt tho uwldeiiw of
thn bride, Wnnecn, Mlnnosotn, Tlimiwlay, Oc
loler 10, nt U o'clock. It wnn ono of tlmiiunt
fnnlilounblo weddings that Iidh over occuri(i
In tlmt pretty little, town, distant fiom Mm
mnKilU nbout seventy llvo miles, Mr. C.
K. Wnltn, of this city, olllclnteil n lert limn
nml Miss Hello Huddutli wiih bridcmnlil,
(lueMs were prtMnl In largo numbers nuil
ninny hnnilMiimi nnd ciwlly iircMcnt wero re-
ivhtil, Mr. nml Mrs. Nlmloy leftmnm nftor
tho ceremony on nn extciidlvo tour of tho
wont. They will go to tho const nnds
ns fur north nn Wnshliigtou, nrrlvlng In till
city nlKiut November 25. After December 1
thuy will I mi nt homo to their friends nt 74.'l
Houth Thirteenth stn-et. Mr. Nlssley Is ono
of tho most sucwsful dry good merchnnta lu
the city, hnvliiK In n few yinm' time built up
nn cxteuntvu nnd cruimicut IiuhIiu. Uo Is
nlso known nn n prominent nnd popular iiiein
ler of WH'lety. Tho brldo Ims iiiniiy triendn
In Lincoln. Hho sHnt somn tlino hero Inst
winter, chnrinlng every ono with whom slio
enmo in contact by her swiet mnnuera nml
varied nccompllshmeuts. Mr. Nlssley nnd
lfo will lommenco thulr wimIiIwI life in this
city mistnusplclously,wlth the warm flluiul-
ship nml lKt wlshea of n vury largo clivlo of
Mrs. 1. M. Hnyinoiid gno n spider-web
nrly yesterday nfteruoon.tho Invltntlonsto
which together with tho replies weio lu
ijiymo. Itwiis n delightful nirnlr. Thosu
inesent fturat Memlnmeall, II, Oakley. It, 0.
Outcnlt I'lmniner, It. O. Philips, Perry, J.i
ruiunm, ii. i, Kignter, A, , Jtnyiuoini'
John II, Wright, II. O. llnymoud, P. V. M;
unymonil, Dr. WimhI, Yntes, Alliert Wnt
kins, II. U. Young. J, Zehiung, II. K. Houtx,
A. C. Zelmer. J, Hhiiii, H, II, lluruhnm, Jos
eph llouhiuer, llovH'llmuu, C, E. Hcmey, E,
i;. in-own, u. u. ntiir, J, A, nuckstair, .N u.
Brock, Ktla UiiH'k, (. M. Ilartktt, Contes,
(1, II. Clark, Dr. Cm tin, C. O. Dawes, John
Doollttle, Cnrl Punk, Ed (Ireen, Dr. (lorilon
ofOmnho, Ueie, Dr. Ulirou, I. V. (Irllllth,
Ai IC-tllnrgrimvcM, F, M. Hall, W. W.
Holmes, Ed HoIiuim, U. II. Imhoif, Jmisen,
(1. M. I.umlH'ilHon, Henry Iowls, I. W. Ijiii.
sing, J. D. MaoKiirlnuil, Minor, Ugden;
MiHHes Nellie Ituymouil, A. HaundniH. Mar-
gnrut Ha I nl nnd I'oivhU
Tho preparations for tho Omnlng iccciitlou
of tho PIciiKittit Hour club, to bo giVeu Ucto-
lei'2l,nroiieiirly complete, nnd It is probn
bio from present Indications tlmt It will bo
tho most Intel estlng social event over held In
the city. Tho state Urn id of publlu lauds nnd
buildings having, kindly, granted the use of
tho cnpitol, representative hull will bo can
vassed alid otherwise in enured for tho event.
Tho nrrnugements for tho disposition of
wraps, etc., will lie much tho same lis nt tho
charity ball, nnd tho committee will H'o that
everything conducive to tho comfoi t and
convenience of tho guests will Imi piovlded.
it is understood tlmt nearly tlnw hundred
Invitations will bo Issued, nnd visitors nro ox
Hct(d from Omnhn nnd other cities nml
towns In tho state.
Mrs. W. M. heckle nnd Mrs. E. C. Bewick
gavon very delightful luncheon Tuesday af
ternoon from :i to II n clock. They went as
sisted Iniecclvlng by Mrs. Ouorgo II, Clink
nml Mrs. J. It. Drinker. Too following Indies
were present: Mosdnmn E. II. Curtis, Flunk
Hair, J. W. Winger, T. W. Crlssoy, L. P.
Huriier, H. T. Van Brunt, M. E. Van Brunt,
M. 1). Welch, J. I). Cogswell, W. II. Mc
Creary, V. E. Newton, Oeorgo Bchwnko, J.
I. Undrrwooil, V, A, Preston, Churlos Jones,
W. E. Klrker, M. Bcott, 8. E. Mooio, J. E.
Utt, W II, Wolcott, Cnrollno Wllllaini.
Floyd, Bench, A. II, Weir, E. H.Bcyre, .
O. Mnltlnml, Churles Burton, W. II. Wmver,
C. II. Ourten, Hart, Bowman, John Heed,
Oeorgo B. Lnno, Frank D. Tuggnrt of Hust
ings, Wheeler of Wnukeguu, J. A. Bnbcock,
J. P. Mnull nnd MIm Colo of MohsnchusettH,
Mrs. C. II. (larton gave an nffermxm
luncheon yesterday at which the following
ladies wore prwent: Mesdames Wulcott,
Williams, Faster, Hunt, Miller, Kirkatrlck.
Cowdery, Jones, Brunn, Chapiu, McClny,
Lyman, Newton, Patrick, Parker, Ames,
Clarke, Bowlck, Lestre, Turner, Klrker,
Ilnwloy, Holmer, Nesblt, Bnrtlett,
Barttett, Kreutsou, 8abtn, Babln, Bchwnko,
Weeks, Perry. Tills afternoon Mrs. Garten
will entertain the members of tho society of
the Hall in tho Grove, including McmIhum
Hall, Utelu, Be well, Johnson, ltollliis, Ander
son, Adams, Chapman, Bteovens, Btanhope,
Elliott, Welch, Bmlth, Wesley, Davis, Met
calf, Leavltt, Cnlveit, Misses Elliott, Stevens
A number of young people were delight
fully entertained by Mr. and 'Mrs. Oeorgo B.
'!.nna Batunlny evening. Those present were:
Messrs. Malcom, McKinuoii, J. B, Cunning
ham, S. T. St, John, Frank Polk, Charles Al
ger, Dr. Frank Ladd, Misses Minnie Lntta,
Maud Burr, Maud Stobbs, Bntllo Decker,
Margaret llalrd, Gertrude Hill, Carola Hill,
Miss Mullen. Misa Coloof Lawronce. Mnss..
who (a visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. IaVe, Mtssrsr
nnd Alesdame l'aul Holm, Hopper nnd John
M. Thayer, Jr.
Tho employes at HorK)lshetiuor' gave Mtv.
Shaw a surprise Monday evening nt tho resi
dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Smlthon, Nino
teenth mid Euclid nvenuo, nnd It was ouo of
tho jollieat gatherings ever hold in the city,
Those prutent wero: Messrs. Herpolshelmer,
Ballanger, Thompson, Fowler, Oatchell,
Kuhn.Welbel, Church. Oriilln, MisMMDristy,
Hawk, Oitrown, Burr, Ladders, Robertson,
Gustavson, Holier, Blako, White, Dybrow,
Ester, Qilllu, Tresis, Fithbnck, Ansle, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bochan,
Miss Joslo Lotterldgo was "surprised" very
happily by a number of her young friends
Thursday evening, her tlfteeuth birthday.
There were present: Meters. William Nash,
Roy Chapman, Frank Secrest, Fobs Becrest,
Frank Smith, John lotteridge, Misses Hay
dee Blerwlth, Mnmio Mnrshull, Libblo St
creat, Lucy Qutllch niul JimmIo Jury,
A. O, U. W. lodge No, 80 gnvq an enjoya
ble, social Wednesday evening at which over
n hundred person were uresent. Musical
selections were rendered by Messrs. Rosj,
Curtice, Burnaby, E. A. Barnoa nnd Waltor
llousewnrtu, Mis Canfleld aud Mi's. Buford.
Miss Alice Orr entertained very pleasantly
a number of friends Saturday evenluc nt her
homo In hast Lincoln. There were present:
Misses Thomas, Tnylor, Biclmrdi, Iloogland,
DumxmbV, Barnaby, Enstcrdaynud.Messrs,
Kofcterday, Cook, Lucor nnd Woods.
James Henry and Mis Ratio Belts wero
married Wednesday evening at the residence
of the lu Ido, Fourteenth and South streetr,
Rev. F. S. Btelu of the St. Paul M.E. church
Invitations to the wedding of Edward
Periu Trimble and Mlj Frauds Oumner,
Thursday evening, October SO, have been Issued.
Miss Imlso Fowler of IiV.'H II street enter
tallied n numlitr of her friends Hntutdny
evening, Ainnng Hiomi pn-ent were: Messrs.
Wing, Wnl.h, Hrndley. Joyce, Will nml
Clmile Clarke, John Djrgiin, Missis lluford,
Elwlg, Hnilth nmt llesslo Mason.
MIm ltallle Hooper, who lias been In Novn
Hi-otln sliicit Inst June, returned Monday nc
compnuleil by her mother. 'Hid lioys sny
Mis IIooht s liHiklng prettier than over.
Tho Plensiint Hour club of Grand Island,
recently orgnuireil for the winter with over
fifty inciuhcis, gave its tlrst paity Thimday
MIssAiigustn LnirnlK'o, daughter of ex
Governor I.nrmhcc of lown, Is visiting her
sister, Mrs, I). L. Iive, Thlrty-tlrst nnd A
Wing Allen of Omnhn, well known In this
city, wns elected u member of tho Plensnnt
Hour club nt tho last business mo ting,
Mr. nnd Mrs Henry MimMlcId loft Tnes
duy evening for I'ihiiIii, III., to nttend tho
wedding of Mr, Mnntfleld's st ter,
Tho Tuesday Evening club will meet next
Tuesday evening nt the lesldcnco of Miss An'
uo Fimke, 1021 Dstieet.
Oliver Koschcir) nnd Miss Lirjlo Oiluntri)
were united lu mnrrliigu by Rev. F. B. Btelu
Krniik llurr, Kied Hinyser nnd Fred Itoutr.
left Weilni'Mlny for a week's hunting trip in
Miss Blnmh Hkidmnre, of East Lincoln,
cntci tallied a number of friends last evening.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Kittle Cowdery Is vltltlng in lown.
W. II, Atwood left this week for Albany,
Mrs. Elln A. Haywood 1ms f,onn to 8i
uttlo. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Lewis left Tuesday for
Mrs W. II, Mcllobcits has returned fiom
Mrs. M. E. Bindley left Wednesday for
Will TrnllleyiH shooting In tho neighbor
hood of Blulr.
G. W, Greenmnu deputed Wednewlny for
Now York City.
Mr. and Mis. I). W. Murphy visited Co
Attorney General Ioso leturned Monday
fi am Memphis, Temi,
Fred E. Thomas Is entertaining McDowell
Dover of Fnlrbury, 111.
Wing Allen of Omaliu spent n couple cf
tln)s In tho city this week.
Miss Elllo Leeso went to Bewnrd Thursday
to remain until next week.
Frank Hunt has gone to Galveston where
ho will reside in the future.
J. II. Buslmell of Vermont, Couucilmnu
llushueH's uncle, Is In the city.
Dr. E. II. Curtis returned yesterday from
tho synod meeting nt Kearney.
Miss Margaret MoVlcker of North Bend is
visiting her uncle, J, M. Mc lcker.
Mrs. R. B. Windhhiii or Plnttsiiiouth is
visiting Mr. nml Mrs. D. A. Campbell.
.Major nml Mrs. Bohunnu mu entertaining
Miss llattlu Churchill of Atchison, Kns.
Frank L Dunn and family moved Int.
their hnudsomo new residence yesterilnj.
The gymnasium of tho statu university Is
now completed. Lieut. Grltllth Is tho instruc
tor. Mrs. Rolieit Hooker demrtcd Wednesday
for Los Angeles, where she will sikmiiI tho
R. J. Green is entertaining his parents,
Rev. nnd Mrs. J, W. Green, of Cinwfoids
Tliry no that a certain very popular Kint
Lincoln liello has succumbeil to Cupid's blan
Rev. mid Mrs. Paul Stockseld nml their
daughter, Mrs, C. Roche, left Wednesday for
MlssOllle Lnttn and Miss Nellio White re
turned yesterday fiom a very pleasant visit
nt Alliance, Neb.
A number of Grand Army men from this
city will attend tho reunion mid camp fire nt
C. E. Wnlte, who wns best mnn nt tho Niss-ley-Budduth
wedding nt Waseca, Miun.,nr
rled homo yesterdny.
Miss Oeitrudo Lnws, of McCook, returned
to her homo yesterday after n short visit
with Miss Clara Walsh.
Tho Y. P. B. C. E. of tho St Paul M. E
church gave n pleasant social In the church
parlors Wednesday evening.
Tho balance of "His Fleeting Ideal" will
hereafter bo found on page 7. It will bo
completed in two more issues.
It is rcxrled that Messrs. 3heurs & Mar
kell, two well known Omaha hotel men, have
secured the lease of "The Lincoln,"
Chnrles Weckbneh of the First National
bank wnar;alledto Plattsmouth this week by
the denth of his father, one of the influential
men of that place,
Wllllem Welsh, of East Llncaln, has res
Iguod his position with tho Lincoln Street
llatlway Company to go to Omaha where he
will enter tho medical college.
A largely attended social waB given in tho
First Christian church Wednesday evenln g
Music was furnished by tho Capital City or
chestra and Easterday Bros. imartotte.
Rev, George W. Isiiam, Hie new pastor of
Grace M. E. church, and wife wero tcndeied
a reception oy the members of the church
mid congregation Wednesday evening.
An oyster mpiwr aud social Is being
planned by tho Lincoln Relief and Aid soci
ety for tho benefit of the oor. Mr, C. C
Muuson Is actively Intel estea in me enter
prise. Ayer' barmpiu Ilia is the quickest cui for
all blood diseases, It effects are always ben-
Fosters 5 Hook Kid Cloves
In Colors and Black Hp oclul mle prices
87 1-2 Cents Worth $1,25
W o Invito the attention of It he public to ou
Immense slock of Kid Gloves
H. R. NISSLEY & CO.
' GOOD NEWS FOR THE
1023 O Street, will Open
Wednesday, October 22d,
For the Exclusive Sale of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Cloaks, Suits, Furs,
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Of the Latest and Most Desirable Styles and Patterns, together with a Full Line of
Silk, Muslin and Cambric Underwear and Knit Goods.
Large Assortment of CORSETS of the Best Makes and Grades. HOSIERY,
OUR PRICES WILL BE A SURPRISE
to the citizens of Lincoln and surrounding country, but as wc have COME TO STAY and
'want your confidence, wc know
Good Goods at Lowest Possible Prices.
This we are ABLE and WILLING to do as our senior member Mr. I Icy man who resides in
the east has every opportunity to secure the BEST of everything in our line and at prices
far below regular market value. Being interested in several other stores in various parts of
the west, and buying in LARGE. QUANTITIES for SPOT CASH, gives us a decided ad
van,agc over most dealers and this advantage we arc willing to share with our customers.
1023 O Street.
Jewelry at Auction !
AT YOUR OWN
Owing to the depression of the times and the very dull trade, I now find myself
heavily stocked with a line of goods never before surpassed in Lincoln. I bought heavily -last
spring contemplating a large trade, but like in all branches of trade, business has been
very dull and I now have' the goods which must be turned into money at whatever they will
Commencing October 4th,
I will offer at public Auction my entire stock, and the goods will go to the highest bidder,
be that much or little. Mr. P. J. Bourroughs o f hicago will conduct the sale, commenc
ing at half past two, and continuing afternoon and evening.
pecial Attention Given to Lady Bidders.
How's the Time -Jewelry at Your Own Price! No Reservations!
of no better way to gain or
Come and Give us Your Bid !
131 North lltli street.
hold it than by selling
HEYMAN & CO., Proprietors.
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