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POPULATION OP LINCOLN
Saturday Evening, Noy, 1590
Oorner 10th and P Street.
11, 11. NiH.m.r.v x co.
'The Courier" I "or Nut n In Ouiiitiii.
Copies nmy lm found nt Keith' nowsstnnd,
219 South Fifteenth street, Boyd' 0erii house
Grand Opening To-Day
Herpolsheimer & Co.'s
Hipotltlon Department Btorei,
Tho Courier Vim liti Koiiml At
Windsor Hotel Now Ntnml.
Capital Hotel New Htmul.
Kxposltlon Dining llnll Now Htmul.
ThoOnlhnm NnwHtnml, IIHHoulli tllh Ht.
Ifert Huinicr, HI North lltli Htroot.
k.i. Young, law o Htroot.
Klotohnr A Co., 11 '.'0 () Htrrot.
Little HportOlitarHtoro, 113 North lUtli HU
WcitorlloUr llnrbar Hhop, llurr Block,
HTAn extra supply or papers I always loft
l tho Gotham, in enso other Kowsdcnlor
supplies run short.
Fall Styles, Dunlap Hats
1137 O STREET.
J.el nml rcnoiml.
Whltebrcnst Coal and LI mo Company.
Toko Turkish nt 1010 O street.
Drown' for oyster in nil stylos,
Call up tho L. I). T. Co., Phono 100.
Uuth M. Wood, M. D ISM P street.
Telephone nt tho Couhikh olllco Is 253,
G. II. Collins, Dentist, 1025 O street;
Mrs. W.E. Gosper, fine inllllnory, 1114 O
Hutchlu & Hyatt sell coal, Telephotm 225.
Lincoln Ico Co., 1010 O St. Tclephono 118.
Mineral watr used for bathing, 1010 O st.
Order Canon City Coal from Belts &
Canon City Coal nt the Whltebrcnst
Coal and lime Co.
Doctor Balloy & Ooodell, office HOT L
street. Telcphoue, 017,
Lndles should never buy n clonk until they
have called nt tho Bazar.
Only place In Lincoln that usea mineral
nter In Uth Is at 1010 O street.
Itnprovedshower for Turkish baths at 1011
U street, luucmcnt Union block.
Special salo on Tea Downs Tui'sdny and
Wednesday ut J, II, Mauritius & Co.
Miss C. J, OullinotU), modiste, second floor'
Exposition building. Take elevator.
The largest and lliiost stock of millinery In
the city can bosuen nt Mrs. Gosper's,lll-l OsL
J. 11. Barnaby, tho taller, tuny bo found nt
rooms 13 and 13, Newman block, 1025 O st.
Jupltor Coal Is a winner and Bolts & Weav
er, solo agents havo plenty of it. Try a ton,
Pocliler furnishes the tlnest quality of Ice
cream and faaoy cakos for parties and wed
dings. All tho latest sheet muslo, now stock, nt
Crancer's Art Musla store, 212 south Kleventli
AH tho latest sheet music, now stock, at
Orauccr's Art Music storo, 213 south Kleventli
E. 11. Guthrie Is headquarters for Alio car
riages In nil styles. Call at his rejiosltory,
1540 O stroet.
Indies will find a mugnillceut lino of hand
kerchiefs and glove nt Mrs. Gosper's milli
nery parlors, HU O street.
Ladles will find a complete line of tine shoes
and nil the latest styles at tho proper prices at
Boom ill's Bostou Bhoo Store.
Pochler is now serving rich juicy oysters
and lunche at his arlors in tho Mclirldo
block, corner Twelfth and P street.
For n Inmo back, a patn In the side or
chest, or for tooth-acho or ear-ache prompt
relief may to had by uslug Chamberlain's
Pain Bulm. IHs reliable. For salo by A.L.
QuiiiinoTonlo a most excollontprejiaratlou
for the scalp and prevention, for falling hair
can bo had nt Miss Johnson's hair dressing
parlor. It K the most popular hair tomo
known and never fulls to please.
The Rambler Itlcyplo Is coining more iu
popular favor dully n tho machine comes
into general use. It is undoubtedly tho best
adapted for speed, comfort and safety, of
any of the machlues. Call nud see it at E.
It. Guthrie's, IM0 O street.
Lincoln people will lw interested In tho fol
lowing ax tract from tho Oiimlm KxvrMor'i
account of the llniini reception Inst weekt
"Tim reception given for Mr. nml Mrs. David
Ilntiui, nt tint homo of Mr. mid Miv, Dan lid
luminal I Ilownnl tnet,oti Tliurwlny oven
lug. wns a lirilllnnt nirnlr. Tim decorations
through the looms were chrysanthemum
polled. In lut'H and nrrmiunl In nvnrv I'mnsdv.
ntilo milliner. The liinutels wern bnnkNof
iiiem, tlm pnrlor mantel linvlngalsocutrosc
for decoration. In tlm emilm nf il... ...r....i.-
mont table stood n large cut gins bowl llllcd
wiiii iiioiii, nun iiiey were scnltercd over tho
table. llnldiilT rnrnUluxl n mn.i ........ ..I. ......
er, mid every thing wn done to mako tlm
evening enjoyable, A mittiltrr of now nnd
muiinumu UMII-UC WITO WOI'II, Olliy II TOW or
which wo will attempt to describe, Mrs.
Dmilel Ilituiii revolved In heavy black bro
ended silk, iinido with court train. Mr.
David Ilnuiii looked most ntatuosquo In gray
soft silk decollete, duchem Ince nbout tlm hod
Ico; n panel of pink tulle, upon which a num
ber of bltickhlrds seemed Just to hnvii alight
ed, trimmed tho skirt. Tho gown was miulo
ileml trnlni blnckblrds ntso trimmed tho bod-Ice-
MIm llnuni wore n (Inuring ilrcM of
black gnuro embroidered In yellow nud trim
med In huttcreup-ono of the prettiest
gowns worn. Miss Ilrownlo llmuu woron be
coming princes dress of canary tullo trim
med in rose plontlngn, Mr. Frank Hwocsoy,
ono of tho iimpy brides of tho season, looked
exceedingly hnudsomo iu whlto silk nud sil
ver lirocndo nnd wearing diamond. Mr. J.
E. IImiiii woro n most lieeomliig gown of n
soft Inven cr hue richly embroidered and
furnished with purple velvet. Mm. Chnse,
pink fnlllo nnd pear i-mbroidcrod Ince. Mr.
Llttlo of Lincoln, was prettily dressed In
white Clilnii silk, uwido dnucliig length. Mis
Touwilln, a striking dresHof yellow HeurlotUt
and black velvet. Mis Curtis ii riidliint
dre, the skirt of which wnw koh green crepe,
while tho boilhx' wn ono glittering effect in
crystal bead. Miss Ilnrnnrd looked very
pretty In llftht blue and pink. Mr. Ilnrnnrd
woro a hiiiidsomo cnstiiiuo of black Inco over
pink. Mis Mary Htevens, M(m Garrett
and Mis Dundy wore black lace," Hevernl
hundred people were prexent.
Alls Ida Mny Musxerat this city nud Mr
Kdward Dnilliiirton Hlmt tdin nf w,m i,,....
Cisco, Cnl., were Quietly united Iu mnrrlngo
i iiincMiiiy uvcniug in eight o'clock, nt tlm
ieldcncoof Mr. I'ollin, Klghtecuth nnd P
streets, In tho presence of relntlve and n
small niiiiilier of lutlmnte friend. Tlm cere
Mony wns nfter tho leniitlfiil form common
mnomr tho Hocletror Frtcmlii. of wiii..i. ,i...
groom Is n momler, ltov. Dr. K. II. Curtl of
tho First Picsbytei'lnu church, nssUtlng. Tho
chnrmliig bride woro n hnudsomo toilette of
wuiio urwiKliit Kjitln nnd tho tnnld of honor,
Mis Gustliio nnd Mis LUxIo Mussor, were
nlsorlchley costumed. After tho ceremony
nn elaborate wedding upHr wns served.
Mauv hnudsomo nml cnativ i.irta i.a.. -..
celved. Those present were: Mr. B. O.
.Miiwr, inoiuor or tho initio; Mis Llxxlo
MuKser, Mr. and Mr. M. II. Muowr, Mr. nud
Mrs. N. II. Muraer. Ml Hlinp,ln. .(-
David Sharpies, Mr. Yntes, Ml YuU-, Dr!
nun Mm. n. v,urt, Mr. Uii. Collin, Mr.
Collin, Ml Cnrrhi Collin, .Vr. mid Mrs.
MofTott, Miss Nellie Ixjwnes, Mis Fiinuie
Ijowncss, Mr. J. ltussoll Lownem, Mr, nml
Mrs. ilnson Gregg, Mis Mnude Bmlth, Mr.
W. MortOII Hmllll. Mln Pnrn nml V..tl..
Dnmrow, Miss Mnry- Brown, Mr. Will
Brown, Miss Benboldt, Miss Kille IiCose, Mr.
Covert, Miss Gustlne. Mr. nnd Mr. Sharp
less will leave Mondnv onthnle wnlillm. m
Tho bride, mi accomplished young lady hns
ninny irieiid iu im city mm Her jK-rmniient
removal to California will cause much regret.
Mr. Slllirnles in lni'mlu-rnf tlm m.l.wl !..., ...
sylvaula family of that iinmo, nnd U a pros-
terous young business mnnofSan Francisco.
Dr. nnd Mm It. M. Pnmtluutr uit.irtninn.i
lnrua llUUllier of their rrlniiila l.wl,,..u.lliv
evening In honor of their guests, tho Misson
Mary nml Bird Klllson. nml Kiuinli, ('.m..lw.i-
of Fort Wnyne, Ind. Tho nmiiKemeiits of tho
evening were uncnngllng the pldor web,
uikh live i mi iiaiiciiig. Among tnoso present
were: Messrs. nml Miilniiu w. A Aiulnrr
Brlnker, J. K. Houtr, Georgo Cook, T. II.
Benton, Mont Warren, K. E. Brown, Joseph
Swan, W.O. Mills, A. It. Talbot, L. Stewart,
Walter Davl, E. P. Holme, II. U. Cowdery,
It. Eddy, Joseph Boohmer, MoArtliur, W. S.
(1 arbor, Prof, and Mrs.lcc, MissivnGertrud.)
nnd Cnroln Hill, inex Dorrii, Donnl', Can-
nom, iuargnret Kngllsh, Knuffmnn, Altken,
Sndlo Becker, Tnlbot, Hnrdy, Nowmnn, Heu
ter of Chicago; Hclwlg, Cowdery, Furst,
Mr. Hani, Mrs. Canlleld, Mtsrs. McMurtry,
Onus, Kind, Houtx, Hheldenhelm, Hlchter,
Dorgnn, Clark, Dayton, Helwlg, M. I. Alt
ken, Hnll, Polk, Mycr, Mullen, Hnrdy nud F.
O. Hills of Omaha.
In spite of the weather the reception given
yesterday alteriioon (last week) by Mrs. J, K.
Bauni for Mr. David Baum, Sir. Outcnlt
nnd Mrs. Llttlo of Lincoln, vm a grent suc
cess, Tho rooms were not crowded nud In
consequence tho effeot of tho pretty green
nud white decorations of the house showed
to bettor advantage, as did the handsome
toilets of tho women receiving. Mrs. Bauui
was assisted by Mrs. J. L. Kennedy, Mrs. E.
8. Dundy, Jr , Miss Tatiun and Mls llnum.
Mrs. D. II. Wheeler, Jr,, and Mrs. Chwo
Iouied colfeo. Throughout the rooms whlto
cliryMiitlieniums tmd ferns formed tho decor
ations. White candles with delicate green
shades gave their light and In the centre of a
handsomo refreshment table stood a jwt of
ferns. The appointments in every way were
!erfect and the assembled guests enjoyed a
very pleasant afternoon. Omaha rrWsfor.
An Informal dancing nnd social club, a
yet unniimed, composed principally of mnr
ried people, hns jutt lieeu orgnnfr.nl. Tho
tlrst meeting wns held last night nt tho resi
dence of Mrs. Sarah Harris, resulting most
enjoyably. It ispiopot-d to glvo n party
about onco every tlueo weeksnt tho residence
of borne ono of the members. The member
ship of tho new organization nt present In
cludes: Messrs. nud MeKdnme. U, II. Gere,
11. O. Phillips, I. M. lUymoml, A. S. liny
moud, O. II. Imhoir, E. P. Holmes, N. B.
Hurwood, (. M, Liunlx-HRon, J, D. MncFarr
land, W. B. Ogdeu, Joseph Boehmer, C. C.
Burr, II. C. Outcnlt, Carl Funkc, Mr, M. I.
Altken, Mrs. Hani, Mr. Olinsteud, Miss Sarah
Harris, nnd Mr. F. F. Cook.
Mr. uud Mrs. Frank E. Ijdir celebrated tho
tenth anniversary of their wedding Tuesday
evening by giving a delightful high flvo party
iu honor of thelrguest,MissBlnncho Taylor of
Lafayette, Ind TIiomi present were: Misses
Delia Armstrong, Stella Hoyt, May Lansing,
Eunice Fox, Julia Ooehmer, Hilda Boehmer,
Kiitlo KleutMdi, Minnie Guthmnnti, Blnucho
Taylor and Maggie O'Oara of Ijifnyette.Ind.j
Messrs. Cyrus Sawyer, Willis Sawyer, Frank
Luystor, Ed. G. Yatw, Bert IjiIiiI, Thomas
Bartlette, Georgo Kleiitsch, Ed. Michener,
Jnmes Snyder, Frltx Wcsterman, Mr. und
Mrs. L. W. Iainlng.
CAPITAL CITY COURIER,
A tuiiulternf pooplo met nt tho residence of
Mr. nml Mrs, E, C Bewick Monday livening
for the purpiwo of oigiiuUIng nil liifnriiinl
club to hold ii series of parties during tlm
whiter Mouth. The following Indie nml
geuth'iui'ii were piesellt: Messrs nml Mcw
(littiic W. A. AMoif.G F. Belts, U.T. Van
Brunt, J. F, Lniislng, W E. Klrker, J. P
Mnnley, A. II. Weir, Wnugh, J. W.
Winger, W, H, Wenver, It. E. Glffen, 11.
Htnnhoie, O. L. Hnll, Dr. (I. II. Hliutimns,
Mrs. Clins. Miller, Mls .Vnoml Weaver nnd
.miss j'.illo Ailniii or Atchison, Kali.
Mr. Frank Sliel Ion wn " At lloitiu "
Wednesday nfternmiu to n number of her
lady frlendi. High live wn tho entertain
iiieiit offered, nml right merrily the houi
(lew until Mrs, Hammond nml Mrs, Eddy were
nwnnled the prire n cut gins ciiinlfo nnd
a liiuoge cup ami saucer, Tho house wns
decorated with ioeiiiidchryniitlicmuiii,tho
gorgeou bloHNoum iu Kit, Jars nml vnse
lllllug tho rooms with Hrfumo nud U'liuty.
Coireo nud cakes were servi-d at four o'clock
und tho comimiiy dlqicrscd with ninny iiitu
pllinent to tho hostess for n pleasant after
noon, C. I). Mullen, chief dork In tho olllco of K
lllgnell superintendent of tho northurn di
vision of tlm II, ,fc 51,, and for year ono of
tno most trusKxl employe or tho liurllngtoii,
has tomloicd his resignation to nccept u re
sKinsllilo position under his old chief I). K,
Thompson, president of tho Fnrmers' nml
Mei'dinnt' Insurance company, Mr, Mul
len' success I vlnrtixl with grent satisfaction
by hi lingo circle of friends.
Mis Corn E. Wenver, Into of Lincoln, hav
ing returned Friday from her Easter trip,
accompanied by her friend Miss Mario Gale of
("hlcngo, nlio Mrs. Thomas Cnrr of Chicago,
friend of Mrs. Wenver, will bo pleased to seo
her Lincoln friend when Iu Omiihn, nt :t007
EdgnrH, Wcsse!, ninniiger of tho station
ery department of Tiik CnuuiKii, celebrated
tho twenty-flist nnnlversnry of hi birth
Thursday, Ho wn romomliorcd by numer
ous friends In dlllcrent parts of the emmtry,
some of thi birthday gift being uiiusuntly
Mrs. Geo. Cook gntrn pleasant nnd largely
attended reception Tuesday nftcruoou, nud
Wwlnesdny evening, Mr. nud Mr. Cook en
tertained a number uf friends nt high live,.
J. Bnughmiiniiud fnmlly, who have resided
In till city ovor eleven yeais, havo removed
to Denver, tVI. East Lincoln Is a loser in the
departure of this well known family.
The wedding of Ml Isndoro Hnsinan ami
Plinileiis M. Mltianl I announced to occur
Wednesday evening, Nov. SO.
Tho Tuesday Eveuliu Club will meet next
week nt the li-sldonce of Miss Nelllo White.
Mr. nud Mrs. K. P. Holme gnvo nu enjoy
able card paity Thursday evening.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
C. T. Hoggs Is Iu Havana, III.
C. II. Morrill mis In Chicago this week.
Mrs, C. II. Holmes I ngiiiii seriously ill.
John A. ThomiiH Is on hi way to Pittsburg,
Miss Maud Burr in visiting friends in St.
Will Wlttmau left Monday for Seattle,
Mrs. W. M Leonard left Wednesday for
Mr. John Mcintosh loft Thursday for
Mrs. Georgo V. Slpo I entertaining Mrs. 8.
Mrs. N. C, Bell uud children havo gone to
Ashevllle, N. C.
Mrs K Stnnlers storted for Knowlesvllle,
N. Y., Thursday.
Mr. II. Parker will glvon reception nex)
Miss Nelllo Itobliifon .of Peoria, III., Is tho
guest of Mrs. Dr. Garten.
H. II. 8chat.org has t.old his lots nt Elov
enth nud P streets fur 11 ,000.
Tho East Lincoln C. L. H. G, met lost night
at the residence of MlssIIogehind.
August Wlemer hu gone to Salt Lake
City, where ho will reside Iu t'.:o future.
Mrs. Dnvld BnumorOmnhn,tirr.Mlwi Anna
VanSickP), visited Mrs. E. A. Polk till week.
Frank Hnthnway, Frank M. Hall nnd O.
II. Holmes were among tho Omaha visitors
Congressman-elect W. J. Bryan attended a
deiuocrntlo banquet nt Leavenworth, Kan.,
W. J. Stouer of Cameron. Mo., is in the
city looking about with n view of locating
Will Ixittrldgo leaves Lincoln for Custer
City, Dakota, in tho Interest of Kendall &
Smith, this afternoon.
Miss Maud Wallaco and brother, who have
lieen visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fair, left
for Mlnucaolls Thutsday.
Hovey Barrett. Council Bluffs corres
pondent of tho World-Herald, visited hit
jwireuts in this city this week.
Miss Marks, for several years leadlngsnles
la'dy fur J. & D. Nowmnn, hns nccepted n jxisl
Hon with J, H.MnuritusoX'.Co.
y O. Calkins, J. 8. Barwick, C. W.
Hedges, T. W. Smith, O. B. 8cott, M. C.
Brailly, Win. Morgan nml W. H. Deering
left for Springfield, III., Monday.
Tho ladles of tho First Christian church
gave n very successful Missionary Ten Thurs
day afternoon nt Mrs. E. Halloa's. An.cn
Joyuble literary and musical programme was
The Opclt hotel Is achieving an enviable
reputation under its present management for
the excellence of its cuisine. Tho table at
the Opelt is unexcelled in this city, nnd city
people are Mtronlzlng it largely.
General Victor Vlfqualn, lato consul to
Colon, Venezuela, Is homo again nfter an ex
tended nbseuce. The general has ijiauy In
teresting reminiscences of life nt ,ils fnr
iiway post nnd his accounts are very enter
taining. Mrs. Miltonberger nfter a ten days ab
sence returned yesterday from Chicago ac
companied by her llttlo duughter, Itebn, and
hor mother, Mrs. H. II. Ilamlnll, tho latter
having Just completed n visit of six weeksnt
the lake city. ,
1m Wcssel, tho Coukiku'h Papa, returned
yesterday from tho east nfter spending a
week In Chicago and Milwaukee looking nfter
tho Intercuts of tho Christmas Couhikh, A
uumlssr of excellent features havo already
been secured uud orders havo' been placed
wlthn Cfclcago h'ouso for a uuniber of very
flue lllukt ration.
Tho Felix Gpvlnes Complexion Ponders
which were so popular with Lincoln ladies
Inst season uro tho bent on the mnrket and
Mfs Johnston bus Just received nn invoice.
Special salo on Tea Gowns Tuesday and
Wednesday nt J. II. Mauritius & Co.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890
Corsets and Underwear
During Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 17, 18, 19, .
WE OFFEIt DURING THIS SALE :
All these Corsets arc of a good grade, well made and perfect in every way.
But we intend to close them out and shall sell them during the sale at quoted
USJF As all our goods are marked in Plain Figures, our patrons can easily
convince themselves of the actual reduction in price.
We offer a last BLACK SATEEN CORSET AT 65c worth .$1.00.
These prices will
1023 O Street.
Grent Uorset sale at the store of Maxwell.
SlmrHi& Boss Co., next week. Phenomenal
bargains seo advertisement which contains
list of make and price,
Speclul Underwear nud Corset snlo nt The
Bnznr, 102:1 O street, Monday, Tuesdny and
Wednesday. Buch prices ns given on tho
iiopulur makes of Corsets never before equal
ed, Bead their advertisement on page eight
nnd noto their wonderful bargains.
Mrs.T.P. Quick hns returned from Chicago
where she wont to obtain a hairdresser for
tho "Cosmetic Boudoir."
After diphtheria, scarlet f over, pneumonia.
or any other sovero illness, there is no better
tonlo than Hood's Harsnparilln.
Sjiecliil salo on Ten Gowns Tuesday and
Wednesday at J. H. Mauritius cfc Co'.
Sneclal sale on Ten Downs Tmudnv nml
Wednesday at J. II. Mauritius & Co.
Ladles who attend tho charity ball will do
well to havo their toilettes prepared at Mrs.
Grahnm's boudoir, 410, South Eleventh
Dr. C. B. Manning, olllco rooms 00 07-0g
Burr block. Telephone 1E10. Residence Cor.
20th and F. Tclephono 3:10.
Noveltlsoin Wedding Cako boxes thirty
different shnims nt We&sel Printing Co.
I.mllesCnrk Hole Turned Shoes,
uro ns easy to the feet as any hand turned.
Are warm, dry and comfoJtable. Try u
pair. To be round only nt
Wkhstku & Hookiis,
Icuditig Shoo Dealers
IliirlliiKlon Kouto l'lnyllii; Curds.
I now havo u large stock of these playing
cards, which are sold at t'to low rate of ten
cents a pack (not ouo-quurtcr the price usu
ally paid for such oirds). Cull In and get a
dozen (nicks, they are Just tho thing for your
euchre, whist and high flvo parties this win
tor. A. O. ZlKiiEii, O. P. & T. A.
Hutchliis & Hyatt, Lincoln's old reliable
coal dealers uro again iu the Held this winter
and egaln meeting with tho sumo success.
Their large number of teams lire continually
kept busy delivering fuel to nil pnrts of the
city and nothing but words of pralso are over
heard regarding tho quality of their coal.
Call up phono No. 225 nml do like others do
order of Hutchliis & Hyatt.
"Is this tho bestf Is u question often
asked when medicine Is wanted. Tho follow
ing aro a fow of tho medicines of known re
liability sold by A. L. Blinder, druggist of
his place. Tliuy havo many other excellent
medicines, but thoo are worthy of six-clal
iiamiirhiain'k Coucih Bkiikuy, famous
for Its cure of sovero colds, and as u preven
tative for. croup. Price 50 cents per bottle,
CiiAHiiKnt.AiN'8 Pain Balm, n general
family liniment nnd especially valuable for
rheumatism. Price 50 cents ;er Iwttlo.
Ciiaiiiikiu.ain's Coi.ic, Choi.kua and
DlAUUIIOEA Hkjikdv, tho most reliable
fiiiown medicine for bowel complaints. It is
eleclnlly prized by persons subject to colic.
It has cured many cases of chroulo diarrhoea
Prlco 25 and 50 cent er bottle.
St. Patiuck's Pilui, for disorders of tho
liver nud bowels. A vigorous but gentle
physio that cleanses nud renovates tho wholo
system. Prlco 25 cent per Ikjx. C
The Beauty Corset at 15c, regular price 30c.
The Wonderful Corset at 30, regular price 6oe.
The Fashion Corset at 30c, regular price 60c
The May Corset at .19c, regular price 75c.
The P. F. Corset worth $1.25, sold so far at 85c,
Ladies' heavy ribbed Balbriggan Vests and Drawers
(finest quality) at 49c. worth 75c,
Ladies' Gray Ribbed Cotton Vests, very heavy, at
39c, worth 50c.
Ladies' Gray Ribbed Cotton Vests, extra long, at
49c, worth 75c.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests, Natural Wool, Sup. finish,
at 65c, worth 85c.
Ladies' Scarlet All Wool Vests, at 79c, worth $1.00.
Ladies' White Merino Vests and Drawers at 42c.
(Newman's Old Stand.)
H. R. N1SSLEY k CO.'S
In all Departments.
Owing to the continued mild weather we have resolved to
cut our profits to get rid of our immense stock of dry goods,
carpets, boots and shoes and groceries. We will sell these
goods wholesale and retail until the bulk of the stock is sold.
CLOAKS AND JACKETS.
MUFFS, CLOAKS, BOAS, ETC., ETC.
ZEIEJIEB CZEZLSTT OIFIF1
On all our Furs, Cloaks, Jackets, Shawls, Muffs, Fur Capes,
Etc., Etc.. This is a bona fide discount.
Means that ')
75centsbuys $:.oovorth of goods
$l-S " $2.00 worth of goods
2'3S " $3-o worth of goods ,
$3-l " !p.oo worth of goods
$3-75 " ,; $5.00 worth of goods '.
$7-So " $10.00 worth of goods
$l,,i5 " $15.60 worth of goods
$lb " $20.00 worth of goods
$,8-75 " ; $25.00 worth of goods
This is nn actual cut to unload n portion of our stock and will be continued for all
next week, or until we have unloaded enough to mllsfy ourselves that it will not be
necessary to carry nny of our enormous stock over. Do not fotget that we savesvo'u
25 cents on every f i, and that nothing Is marked up; everything In thffidVartment Is
sold at this discount. , w "
LADIES PLUSH CLOAKS,
LADIES' PLUSII JACKETS,
LADIES' FUR CAPS,
LADIES' FUR MUFF,
Children's- Cloaks, Furs, Etc Fur Trimming, by the yard, Shawls, Blouses
Etc. In fact, everything in our balconv department ' V
H. R. NISSLEY & QQt
Corner 10th and P. ' ' "r
1023 O Street.
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