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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, i8qo
Cts. a Pair.
Wo placo on sale Monday an importers complete lino of
Samples, including all the most popular makes. Some arc
slightly imperfect but have been repaired that one can
scarcely notice the defect.
The lot comprises 50 Dozen BLACK and COLORED
at about their value, 47 cts- a PJ,n''
In addition to the above sale, we offer sonic startling
bargains in Jackets and Plush Coats.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 0 ST.
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
Offers to Nobly DVosmts In making tlielr Selections from our Larye
Tailor Made Suits
ARE NUM EROUS.
First nnd foremost our prices are fiom $15 to $20 less than tin. regular Merchant
Tailors will charge von for Identically the same suit.
Second Is the absolute certalnlj of j-nur getting n perfect fitting garment. Then
)ou are not subject to any delay or disappointment, as Is too often the case when you
leave 3 our measure with the so-called crack tailors. Our stock of Fine Tailor Made
Suits comprises all the very Latest Styles In
Prince Albert Suits,
Square and Round Cut Sacks.
Wc shall be pleased to hnvcimi call and Inspect our magnificent line of Fine
Suits befoic making 3 our purchase, confident It will be to your Interest as well as ours.
Globe Clothing House,
Corner 0 and Tenth. NKWMARK & HERSCHUiR, Props.
TA KtilB riiHMHiflN W
mW'iVJ sme I I
1204 and 1206 0'
Glove Sale !
Cts. a Pair.
Best Stock in the State.
Courteous attention given
We have a competent force of
ru .tiers who will do all kinds of
job work in a satisfactory manner.
We Invite You to Call!
HALL & DUNHAM
112 6 O St.
Street, Burr Block.
Tlitilailleinf the Holy Trinity Kplvnpnl
eluuvli mo making elaborate papulation
for n Festival of )uj to bo glwu hi Temple
hall tlm net-owl week hi I)eceinler. Thero
will lo hootlm for tliovevernl days of tlu
wiMkwlth the usual complement of pii'tty
lrK and In the soles (lemittnent a ieelatty
will ho imiiln of mllcles utiltatile for Ohrlst
iiiiis gifts, A nuuilior of pietty mill novel
fentuiv nro promlm-il, awl It N nine to Imi it
must enjoyable nmilr.
An (iijoynlilu card paity ni given by
Mls Kninek at tlm leitldenco of Mr. and Mi.
M. Aekermaii lust livening. Tlm following
worn prewnti Mliwt A. Meliwnh, I. Fileltd,
A. Hcllgsoliu, II, Hcllgmilin, I'. (IoMniiiMi, A.
Ilnrr, II. llnrr, HarkMiu, Aleiwro. Kl lum
inal), C. Major, II. Mayer, .1. ()penlielnier,
Ilirseli, H, OpM'ttliiliuer, H, (Ireetilmuiu,
Joseph 0iKii)ifliiur, I., Kreimky, KiiUern
Htulu, and Mr. mid Mrs, Nuwiinirk,
This week's mooting of the Tiiowlay Ktnti
lug Club was hold nt tlm iiwlilcnco of MIsa
Demi LooiiiU, East Lincoln. Fiank 11. HtooK
tou was tlm author itiseusxeil and the follow
lug iH'tnons hud place on tlm pi ogi allium:
Mossm. H. T. Ht. .lolin, .1. Kaneon, W. 12.
Ilniily, W. 1. Mojor and W. Morton Hnilth,
MUkom Nellie White, draw Oi llllth, Demi
lHiiuls, Olivu Lntln, Mliinlo I jilt a mid Cut l In
MIsh KiiiiiiIo dimmer niiil Mr. Eil I'.Tilm
Ixil uerotiultoil In uiarringo last Thnntluy
at tlm leslileucooftliuliililo'itparenUat Vim
keo Hill, Ilov. Dr. K. 11. t'urtls of tlm Kind
rnsbytorlaiieliilieli olllelatlng. Tlm gloom
Is tlio topuliir pioprletorof tlio "Lone Ever
green" fruit fiinn, darllold preelnct, where
tlm happy eouplo am now at homo.
IjiHt Krldiiy ovoiimg it uiiiiiIht of filemli
worn pleasantly ontoitamed by J. (I. (lulld
at his lesliloiiee, 11t21 F street. Those pres
ent nem: Misses Mao lousing, May 1'hll
ot, Cm no Htcains, Amy lllssoloy, lllanelm
Do Witt and Lnurn Taylor. MHssis, Homer
Honeywell, John Cruinley, I'orry limns, Otis
Weoks nnd Elliott Cheney.
Mr. nlid Mr. C. H. Mppiueott enteitnlnetl
a few friend at ton Wednesday livening,
them being pi own t MIhmh Minnie and Ollvo
Uittn, Miss Cora Hardy, ami Mossih. W. E.
Ilaidy, H. T. Ht. John, Oscar Calllh.in and
Dr. C. K. Inilil.
A very pretty birthday party was given at
tlio lenlileiicenf MlwMt Jennie and Htimiah
Thoi iibiiru Wednesday ovonlng, the birthday
annlvomury of tlm latter. Cards worn tlm
principal amiiHoiiieut of tlm evening.
Col. William II. Kilgnr, editor of tlm I'lku
eounty, (Mo,,) AVici, and Mrs. Mary K.
Davis, of HotHprhiRs, 3. 1)., were married
Monday at the resldeneo of J. d. Morrison,
I Ml, Fstieet.
The Capital City C. Ii. H. C mot last ovon
lng In tlm Y. M. C. A. rooms nnd an Inteu-Ht-lug
prograuiiuu was given by Mossr. Jordan,
Eilmtstoii and Wilcox mid MlssOorbiii.
Within the very near future, will ooeur the
wedding of onu of our well known young
moil a prominent member of tlm Vorko
club lust year.
Mrs. Ooo. Cook will give a reception next
Tuesday afternoon and on Wednesday even
ing she will glvu ii high live party.
A niimlwr of young xoplo passoil a very
enjoyable evening last Friday the guests of
Miss Ida Ilonnell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ilurr entei tallied very
pleuwintly a munlier of fi lends at cards last
Tlm F stioot card club will meet tonight at
the resldeneo of Mrs. Tfpllng.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
U.K. Heed is hi Chicago
li I.. Kittle Is In West Virginia.
dov. Thiior visited Omaha yesterday.
H. K. IVail hasgoiiu to JniioHVllle, Wis.
11. S (Inbel hasgonoto Ilarrisburg, l'a.
Misi IiOia l'arker has gone to Dixon, III.
A. I. Hhader has returned from tlm east.
J. L. Mandell left for Ogden, Wednesday.
W. Htull Is visiting friends in Marergo, III.
Phillip Hlfsor left for New York Monday.
P. C. Moore left Wednesday for Philadel
phia. O. P. Dlngeu has returned from Jlliino
apolis, J. II. MeMurtry lotiirnod from Colorado
C. Ii. Campbell left for tlio Illuck Hills
T. II. Bauer started Wednesday for Hoards.
Mrs. H. w. Hardy left yesteiday for
A. II. Cook has gone to Mlddloslxirough,
1.01. f. si. Wooils was in Lyons, Nob.,
deorgu li.Hmltli of Omaha siientHundav
in this city. J
W. Fut iiuiii Hniitli of Omaha, siKfiit Sunday
In this city.
Samuel Fuller demrlod Tuesday for Ht.
Mrs. Anna Kvans departed Thursdny for
Mih. Sarah Smith Is visiting friends In
Congressman d L. .Laws of MeCook was In
the city Monday.
hi auk Ii. Sheldon left Wednesday evening
for Oulveston, Tex.
Ilov. J. M. Marsh loft Thursday evening
for Wichita, Kansas,
Mrs. C. T. Waton, daughter and sifter,
left for Kansas City Tuesday.
Mrs. It. H. Hlmw mid family of Kansas Cltv,
are visiting Mrs. It. D. Stearnc,.
A. Cassell llnrr of Denver. Col., has Ik-oii
visiting his father, John K. liurr.
Dr. Manning, who Iiiih Utn ill for several
weeks, isoueu more himself agulu.
Wright C Newman left tlm city Wodnos
day evening for San Antonio, Texas.
City Cleik Van Duyn und Charles K. Ma
giKin weie Omaha visitors Thursday,
K. MiMire of Chllllcothe, Ohio, has been
visiting .Mr nnd Mm. Cal. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hubbard exeet U re
move to Omaha the first of Decenilior.
ICilwaid J. Wlnynrd and Miss Fannie S.
Miller wore united In mm rlagu Monday.
1). W. Fullei and II. J. Madison left Tiles
liny for Texas, where they will spend the win
tT. Paul II. Holm and In other, Ivt K. Holm of
Manslleld, ()., have gone to Hot Springs,
J. P. Smith, thesweutslngorfroui Chicago,
was talk lug shoos to Lincoln merchants yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. T M Hughes Ihim. goon In
Trinidad, Col , whom they Will lo-ldo In tlm
T II ( oe, on tlm road for Ihimti llros.,
votiil Tuemlny, aid Is now on his way lo
Mr and Mrs. It II, Oakloy am cittei tabl
ing Lieut mid Mrs. K. S Dudley of Fort
Miss Ida How ley of Cass county, a regis
tered pharmacist, has neooptod a position hi
llownnl drug More.
Mrs. It U. Cowdorry and daughters, Kit
tle and Alice, am visiting Mis, Cowdery's
sifter In.Faulkiier, Dakota.
Flank I Im Melius, for the past tluoo ynim
with lloiNilshilmei ,"k Co., has aeioptisl n
INwItloti with A. Mock,: Co
Tliom Is Homo talk In swell elides of a
cooking clulH-probnbly occasioned by tlm
npManinciHif Professor Pfnu.
Mr and Mrs, Charles L. Wngnor and sons
lliiny mid Howard left this week fur their
future homo, Chattouoogn,Touu
Mis, John Zolirungnnd Frank .ehiiingox
sct to lonvo next WislnoHdny for Chicago,
They will iKiiihsent from tlm city until Do
Mr. and .Mrs. K. C. Caldwell of Muloou,
III., aio visiting at tlm homo of Mr. mid Mrs.
W.C Davis, Mis. Davis In-lng n slsfer of
W. W. Hl'lpiiiau, who succtisls distrgo
Foresinaii asgoueial agent of the Klkhoin In
this city Ims already assunioil the duties of
Ills Hew H)stlou.
Mis. drills of Sutton, who bus been In tlm
city uii.lor tlm medical cure of Mm. Dr. dm,
returned to her homo Wcduoidny, her health
Mrs J J. Clark of lioiulou, ()., and Mrs.
W. A Hurt of Columbis, ()., are visiting
friends and mlallvos In this elty. The latter
is n sister of Mrs. Hal C. Young.
(loorgo MoAithur, after a years resldeneo
In OiiiiiIiii, icttirmsl homo Tuiwlay to accept
the jHisltionof doiuity to his father, who Is
stiiMiyor of customs with headipiniters hi
the government building.
Mrs. J A. Duininett Is visiting iniIiiU in i
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mi niiiin hi inn iinorosi. oi mo miii niuiuai
convention of the Young Women's Cluistlati
convention to he held at Ashland, DocoiiiIhii'
-Itli to Till
Heiinan Levy, one of tlm mint isipularel
K"r in in the road, was calling on the trade
liemesoiihiy. Mr. Uvy will on Sunday
ot next week lead to the altar at lioaven
worth, one of the most accompllshisl Mies
of that city.
Dr. I. II. Malcolm and wife of Oram)
Hnplds, Mich , nfler a visit of tluoo weoks
with Mi. mid Mrs, S. J. Odell, loturncd
homo Thursday. Mrs. Malcoln Isn sister to
Sir. Odell mid they have Just ictiuiiod from
a years ti Ip to the coast.
The Fltgoiald dry gixsls coiup.uiy tint
opened lntho,ehruiigblockou Twelfth street
but n short time ago, have found their ti ailn so
greatly incrciisod Unit new and much larger
ipiai lent have Ikhju seemed. Tlm firm will
movo hi nls-jut ten days to their new ipinrtoro
IKM O street, the store formerly occupied by
FunkHife Ogden and whou once thoroughly
ut home there, they will bo lettr stocked
than ever with dry goods and ladles furnish
lug goods In nil departments.
Hao you seen those lovely Tea downs at
J. II. .Miitnltliisit Co.
"Is this the la-st?" Is a ipiestlou ofUm
asked when iiKsllehm Is wanted. Tlm follow
ing nre a few of Urn medicines of known re
liability sold by A. L. Shuder, diugglst of
lids place. They hnvo many other excellent
inedlelnes, but tlioMi are worthy of sieclal
Ciiammkiu.ain'h couhii IlKtiKiir, funious
for its cum of sovmo colds, and as a pi even
lativo for eioup. Pi ico M cents per liottle.
CiiAMiiKKi.AiN'H Pain Hai.m, u goneial
family liniment nnd esHelally vnlunble for
rheumatism. Price M cents er Isittlo.
CIIAMllKlll.AIN'H C'OUO, ClIOI.KUA ANII
DiAiiuiiiiKA Kkmkdv, the most rellalile
'mown niisllclim for bowel complaiuU. It Is
esiH-lally prixtil by jiersons subject to colic.
It has ciind many cases of chronic diarrhoea
Prico i!ft and Ml cents ier bottle.
ST. PATIllCK'H Pi M.H, for disorders of the
liver nnd bowels. A vigorous hut gentle
physic that clonuses nnd lenovates the whole
system . Price 1 cents or box.
A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
Mine. A. Itiiiert Has A('i-oniilUliil
SIiir In Hellovlng Her NunorliiK H.
tr Tliim Any U'limun I.IvIiik-
At I.easl 1 Million AinriHli
Wo Mien Can Tliiink Tills
Speelullst for it Clear
Hlin rim Ififit tlm urlif.l,. ......i.i ,.. .1... ...
mill lie proud to say, "I am Mine. Ituppert,
:i;r.: v.r i.i;. ...,i.v.,..v,.v ff.vvn ",..,"i"b."'
Vi ! "''"-" "j"K. nim ii is who lias ralspil
t loliuslnessofinanuracturliiBan article for
the complexion to a higher luwl, miikliig the
business a genUiil IcKitmalo one. a few
vt-ars ago everything adverllseit for curing
blemishes of the complexion was lookcil up.
on as UiicUery, while Unlay Mine. Ituppert
hastlieconilihmcoorall the worlil who lmo
liiNestlgateit her theory. Her plain, stralKht
forwanl. clear explanations nt her lectures
have given thousaniis In every city an oppor
t unity, while IhousaiiilHinore have seen with
their own eyes the rniiiurknldu proofs of suh
Jeets with hut one shle or fueo eleared, while
on exhibition ut her olllco.
I'lllly one Million persons have uw-il her
world renowned Fine llleuch, und derlsed
most pleasing benefits Thousands of letters
'iliie,niis(lintei, contnliilng the most ex.
triiviiKiuit reoeoineiidatlons. but Mine lliipiicrt
Millies it wouiunsdellenoy loo hlghl) In such
limtlersto reprint. A eomplele explunullon
of how to clear the skin by blenching on ap
plication nt olllco, or by mull for Hstuii)
Mrs E. C. Rcwick, Aj;ent,
Hi i U Street, or,
Foreman & Crowe,
IM S. Twelfth St.
Week commencing Momlii) , Nov. 10.
KHKKKxhlbltloneei afternoon at l.dnnd
A iiml ovetiliiR- at 7, by MUNSULLA, King
of tlio High Wire
ThuJnptuesn Water Color Artist OVA will
make Home hvuutlfol pointings to be given to
lh ladles on Friday, No. Ulli.niul a repro
iluctlou of Jerome's MiiKtuipleco "Victorious
l.nii'," actual sle r.'xltl feel.
ADAMH SIHTIIHH 1'HOK COOK.
Artistes riiiiuute Incomparable Mimic
Jupauese Troupo of Men, Women and
10c Admits to All ! 10c
This Week will oiler some Kxtraorclinary Hnrgains in
Ladies' -:- Underwear
'IMIlfi LINI5 IS COMPLETE.
Ladies' Natural Wool Pants and Vests. . . .39c each
Reduced from 60c.
Ladies' Fine Natural Wool Suits $.150
Reduced from $2.25.
Ladies' All Wool Scarlet Suits $M5
Reduced from $2.00.
These Bargains will last but a few days. Call
before it is too late.
n. 1 1 and n.
DR. H. K. KERMHN
Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform ! No litlicr 1 No Gas I
A Ml Set of Teeth on Rubber for $5.00.
All Fillings at the Lowest Rates.
DR. H. K. KERMAN, Rooms . 95, 96, Burr Block,
' LINCOLN, NEB
Largest and Finest
IIAVK THE MOST
All we ask is a eall and we feel confident that wc can
please yon, both in style, quality and price. Wc buy direct
from the manufacturer for our wholesale trade and ten retail
stores -consequently get lower prices than other houses that
buy for but one store.
See our New Fall Stock ot Suits, Underwear,
Hats, Gloves and Neckwear.
1 01 7 O Street.
eer and I Mill procure It for Jou at puhllslier'n I)veiit I'rlee
I.iulles will aln)N Und a Mil line of Kamloii Muiriulnos on niv
.... iMl.,,"M,,,,1..u.,lM!!." 'I'V'I'lii.'" Notre CKiir." alio Human Heart),
"rolem Soul. "I he 'luriiover Willi." "Hio List Throw," by the
iMichuMh. Ituilyanl Kljillnu' entire aeries In eheup paimr form '. cU.
Albert Rom' LUit "In HtelUi Bhlow," 50o papar.. -
The Qothitu Newi Emporium, Mlltoa M. Lyon, Proprietor.
1 3 O Street,
$ WITHOUT i PAIN
Stock in Lincoln,
ATTRACTIVE LINE OF
SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR
Delivering Notes, Letters, Invitations
iri (AX H'AKli VOL' i'l
At at any hourlo make the early trulmt uut your mall
from OHtotllee, ete.
Opcm Day uiacI Niglit I
Telephone 100 Ollicc, S. W. cor. loth and O.
Milton M. Lyou the Wide Awake Newsdealer
anil SuWiptlon Af-ent, 1101 N St.
Ia-nim Ortlem for anv Veu'iiimtier- Miumviini ip inrik.ii.ni ...i......
of Mine. Voiikm'h Celebrated KlowurHtmllni.
low i'i eentM.
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