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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1890
The Store" !
Wo have a
I a rye
new and fresh and
making an especial
close cash buyer,
while khc stock
Mnrttn Warner Tomatoes, yjc
These arc tlic bent kh1s In llic world.
Fresh packed Platlsinoulh Corn, yjc
Tlil Is genuine sweet corn, not tanked
California j)enclie, jjJJc per cnn.
California penis, aaj $o per cnn.
California cherries, 33jc per cnn.
California apricots aoc per cnn.
California plum, i7J$cpcr cnn.
California gropes, I7)c per cnn.
New Callfnrnln Dried Apricots, best In
market, per pound 19c.
New Cnllfornln dried peaches, yellow
nnd InrRe, per pound 24c.
New Cnllfornln raisin cured prunen
per K)tiud i.r.
New Cnllfornln grape, fnt nnd without
stems, per pound He,
Our Cnllfornln goods arc nil stnnilnnl
nnd nrc gunrnuteed frrsli nice goods.
New loose Muscntcll rnUlns, stemlcss
per pound 9c.
New Vnlcncla raisins, bright stock, per
pound 9 c.
New Muscntcll raisins, In boxes, 14c,
New London layers," raisins,' In boxes
per pound 19c.
New Leghorn citron, Inrgc pieces, per
New 3 crown box figs, very fine, per
Imported Mnccaronl, gunrrnnteed per
Imported Vcriuccelll, guaranteed, per
Imported Sardines In oil, per can, 5c.
Imported French peas, James Dopants,
per cnn 12c.
Imported French pens, extra fine, per
Imported Spanlth Queen Olives, per
Sclilmmuls cntsup, hns no equal, large
Wickerts catnip, hns no equal, smnll
Choice country butter, per pound 30c,
Solia nnd Oyster crackers by the box 6c
I'm re Ohio Maple syrup, per gallon 80c.
I'urc Nebraska Duckwhcnt, per pound
All our groceries nrc warranted I'urc,
Wholesome nnd Fresh. Money cheerfully
refunded In every case, if the goods don't
Wc Ssll Groceries Cheaper than Any.
Maxwell, Sharpe and Ross Go,
1533 to 33 East O Street.
SOCIAL AND PKItSOiVAI,
H. II. Hues hns gnlin to I'liuhlo
Fred U. Ilown wns In Onmlin Humlny.
A. C. Jennings hns K"0 lo l0 Angeles.
V. M. Cnrwui started Monday for Tncoinn.
V.. T. (Indd loft Wednesday for Utlrn, N,
nu Onmlin visitor Hull
When we opened our Grocery depart,
ment the combination refused to sell us
Flour unlets we would agree to innlntnln
tlic combination prices. This wc refused
to do and were compelled to go outside to
buy our Flour. We went to n maker of a
well known brand and inude a spot cash
offer for a car load. We got the Flour.
It took just 18 days to bust the combina
tion prices. We done It and have saved
every family that buys Flour from 10c to
3SC sack, as our Flour hns proved so
much better for the money that the com.
blue has been forced to reduce their prlccs
or go out of the Flour market nil together.
Wc still sell:
D. I. Brand a good Flour at $1.05 per
Stnraiul Creent a better one for $1.35
per sack .
All. our Flour Is warranted and If you
try fack and It docs not please you we
vlll'sciul our wagon nround, get the Flour
refund the money and look pleasant.
Remember we Sell Flour Cheaper than
and Ross Co.
1 53 to 38 KastO Street.
Hov, Tlinyor wns
It, If. Onkloy hns returned fromdnlvesloii,
.1. 0. lCler loft Thursday for Leavenworth,
IV. E. llnidy ri'turnrd from Denver Wed
ensdny. Claiencn Drown of Ouinlin wns In tho city
Mr. nml Mrs.'L. 0. Durr v lilted In Onmlm
Miss (Irani Uhle of Hentrlce, Is visiting tho
0. E. Montgomery left Tuesday fur (Inhes
Frenk Hlialdou hns riiturmil from (lalves
Mrs. It. .1. Orcein' hns returned from Iji
(Icorgo I j. Hinlth of Omaha, wns In tho city
Mis Mary K. Carpenter Is visiting friends
in Home, N. V,
Ilia Misses (lertrudoandCaroln Hill visited
Onmlm Humlny .
Mrs. (Irnrgn A. Boyholdt hns returned
front New York .
(Irorgn Iowry will leave Humlny for n
tour of tho south.
Mrs. H. M. Mi'llek will give n high II vo
piuty next week,
J. II. Iomlt siieut Thanksgiving day In
Miss Nellie Newman spent Thaukszlvlug
tiny In York, Neb.
Dr. ltutli M, Wood spout Thanksgiving
dny nt Nelson, Neb.
MIm Nnoml Knight of Chlcngo Is visiting
MIm Ijiurn Enstcrdny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Hcrrlck sturteil for
Dixon, III., Wednesday.
Mr, nnd Mrs. William Logan left Tuesday
uveuliig for Clinton, Mo.
Mrs. Daniel Hopkins nml Mrs. W, II. Dor
gnu nrc In Hot Hprlugs, Ark,
Wnltnr Dawson bus accepted n Ksltlou hi
tl.uotllcuof tho register of deeds.
MM N110111I Knight of Chicago is visiting
Miss Ensiculny for a few days.
MIsAMnud nnd'Frahk Ilurkoy spent their
Thanksgiving nt Atchison, Kansas.
(leorgo Hpcncorof Halt Uikn Ulty.foruierly
of Llueolu, wns in the city Tuesday.
It I said that tho Ouinlin World-Hernld
contemplate Issuing 11 Lincoln edition.
L. Wessul, Jr., pniprlotor of TiikCouhikh,
tpent Thanksgiving dny In Ht. Joe, Mo,
Mrs. K, Mnxwell hns gono to Halt Lako
City, whoroshc will reside in tho future.
Mr. Charles Hruwer I1 entertaining her
cousin, Miss Llxzle Lark of Colby, Kansas.
Mrs. Kvn Hnslott nnd Miss Mnttlo Dulfy or
Qiiluey, nreRiiests of Mrs, llnndlu Eddy,
Tho Kist Lincoln O. L. H. C.iuet last night
nt the residence of Mist Laura Ensterduy.
liovey 1'. llnrrett of Council IllulTs, former
ly of Lincoln, wns In tho city Tlinukrglvlug.
Frnd C. Graves mid Miss LlllioOrolT were
united In marriage by Judgu Htowart Tues
day, Will nnd Charles Clark nte tholr Thanks
giving turkey under tho parental 1 oof in
Judgo H. II. Hilton, formerly of Lincoln,
nnd now of Clneinunti, hns been in tho city
County-Attorney-tlcct N. Z. Hr.ull wns
given n tmmiuo'. nt tho Lliulell hotel Inst Fri
Mossrs. Mayor Ilres., tho clothiers, ban
ipiotteil tho newslmys mid , iKKitblueks Wed
H. J. Cosgrovo left Mondny morning for
St. rnul. He will nlo visit Chicago, return
ing to Lincoln Tuesday.
Olive Becrect, tho youngest daughter of
Mrs. Kmiua C. Hecrcst, died Inst Friday
evening of typhoid fover.
Mr. unit Mrs.-Sidney Covert nnd family of
Crete, Neb,, spent Tlinnksglvlng with their
daughter. Mrs, Goo. Clnrk.
Mis. 11. V. Pyle is entertaining kMiss Harp
er of Pittsburgh, l'a., who wlll'reinnlu In tho
city until nfter the holidays.
Miss llertle Cook of Hlnlr is spending a few
days hi the city, tho guest of MIm Harnh
HvoiUaud Miss Delia IoomU.
Mrs. Joseph H. Reynolds of l'lilladelplila,
hi vifltlng her sister, Mrs. Mncdounld, on her
wny to Denver nuu California.
O. I). Isenian und Julius Wwsel of No
brnskn City spent Thanksgiving In this city
nnd were agreeably entertained by their
Misses Qertrudo nnd Cnroln IIIU nml
Messrs. Joseph Higgor nnd Sidney Wilson nt"
tended a large pnrty given in ltentrlco
J, 11. McMurtry (unwed Thanksgiving day
In Denver with Mrs. McMurtry nnd dnugh
ter, MIm Tote. It Is said that the latter's
health continues to Improve,
Miss Naomi Weaver Is entertaining Mis
Corn Weaver of Omaha nnd Miss Mnrie Onlo
of Chicago. She will glvo a reception in
their honor next Friday evening,
Ma. and Mrs. F, H. Hohnnan and Mr, and
Mrs. Si Alexander returned Sunday from
Chicago, where they attended the wedding
of W. V. Bohanan and Miss Lilllo Sablu.
Hev. John Hewitt of Uoly Trinity, went to
Wllber Mondny to deliver tho consecration
sermon in the new Kpl-copnl church nt that
plnee. Tuesday he assisted in tho ordination
of C. T. Hrnilyor Crete.
Mrs. Robert M. Simons nnd daughter,
Miss Adele, returned Wednesday fromanex
tendol tour of tho east, accompanied by Miss
May Ho'.iley of lliooklyn, N. Y who will
spend th', winter in tho city.
J. T. Btobbs, manager of tho Whltebrenst
Coal conitiany, will leave for Hot Springs,
Arkansas, Monday. Ho expects to remain
away sometime in the hoto that his health
may be permanently restored.
Llueolu. Division No. 19, a now organiza
tion composed of Yard masters of tho city,
held an enjoyable meeting Monday evening
at the resilience of W, A, Manchester, The
aksociatlou 1-oiiteinplatcs giving n ball De
Mits Kulora Miller of Uifnyettc, Iml., sis.
terofMrn. A U. Heesou nnd Mrs. II. J.
(iroeno of this city, Miumariled to Mr,
Itufus I'. JeuuliiKs of C'lilcngo, November IU.
Iloth Mrs. (Ireeno and Mrs. IIcimiii were
pieseul nt tho oereinony.
Iliinilsomii gulden wedding Invitations
wero printed by Tiik C0u111r.1t this week for
Mr. ntiil Mrs, Andrew Johnson of Valparaiso,
Neb,, who eru married nt Thoriidlke,
Mr.lno, NovemlKT J, ItHO. Hllver witldlng
Invitations eii) also printed for Mr nnd
Mrs. John A. I'lynn or tlilscllj'. TI10 latter
nero uiairle.l Tliauksglviiigdny I8V.
Miss Myrtlo Mown celebrated her four
teenth birthday Hatiinhiy uYenlng In n very
enjoynhlo manner, glvlugn pleasant pnity to
a number of her young friends. Tlumi pres
ent were! Misses Krauklo lliuloy, Cnrrlo
Fowler, Clnrn leso, lllrdlo Hamilton, Win
ulo Nlcholsin, (Irnen Hiintsinger, llesdo
Crawford, Myrtlo ICmir, Mnsters Kddln Fow
ler, Iml IH-se, Henry Hurley, James and
Tho lentils club, roni)osol principally of
tho younger iiiemnms of tho onter of tho
Knights or I'ylhlns nnd their wives, held tho
first meeting of tho season nt Temple hall
Tuesday livening, There wns a largo attend
ance nnd n very inorry dnnco wns on
Joyed. This now club, which, when fully or
ganized, will have 11 membership of almut
forty, will givo n party overy two weeks, tho
H-cxind Iwlng nlrendy nrrnnged for Deeeinlier
William Clinton wns made tho happy vic
tim of a most successful surprise party Ttic
day evening, the occnslon lielng tho thirty-.
Ilrst nnnlveiKary of his birth. Tho evening
wns sHnt nt high llvo. Those present wero;
Messrs. nml Mesdnmes 0. L Keyscr, C. W.
Ilenson, C. Kleth, Mrs. II. K. Wright, Misses
Lother. Hollo Keyser, IfaLynu; Messrs. C
Hinlth nnd W.'F. Haines. Mr. CllntonVns-
piesented with n hniidsomo plush rooking
In tho rooms of Huperlntcudniit Jones,
Thanksgiving evening, occurred u very de
lightful event. It wns tho Ilrst Imnipiet given
by tho Webster k Ilnynes debating club, and
tho nlTnlr passed oir with tho greatest jiossl
blo suiress. After the opening mldresss by
I'resldont Cooley, nml blessing nsktsl by
Siiperlnteiidaut Jones, the following toasts
win 11 offered! "OurOuests" Mr. Chapman;
resonsohy Mr, Jones. "Tho Irving Hocl
ety'' Mr. Woods. "My Experience in tho
Freslnniin Clnss" Mr. Htelner. "Tho l'ho-
tereon HiH-lely" Mr, Cochnino. "Tho Hen
lor Clnss" Mr. Weeks. 'Sports of tho High
School" Mr. llrngnu; rcsoiiHoby Mr. Mars
laud. "Tho Junior Class" Mr. Hunt, "Dis
advantages of Not Attending School" Mr.
l'lnnk. "Tho Freshman Class" Mr. Me
Ctmnu. "My KxMrleiiceH litliu W. &. H."
Mr. Mathews. A motion to tho effect that
the fragements or the bounteous repust Imi
sent to Klder Howe wnsunauiuiously currli-d.
Tho following geiitlemeii wero present:
Messrs. Joiies,Mnrs!nnd,Mcl'ownn, Cochrane,
Wooils, K Ilengnu, W. Jones, Smith, Ray
mond, Ames, Ilrofs, Cooley, Rothschild,
Soylmlt, Knyder, Wcixlwnrd, Myers, Chnp-
'n.nu, H.'ltengnn, Hunt. 1 lamer, i-.iuat, Meld,
Qnroutte, llonoywell, Weeks, Stelner, Che
ney, Kolfoni, MnthowH and l'lnnk.
llorn.on Sunday last'a sou to Mr. mid Mrs,
Mrs, Kaiinlo Holmes or Orlnnell,lown,l o
hns titH'ii visiting her son, C. II . Holmes for
three weeks pnst, returned homo Tuesday.
Miss Fniiulo Fuller or D ivld City, who hns
been the guest of Mis. A. W. Beams, Four
teeutli nnd II street, will return home Mon
day. Mr. Win. Cnpp from Orlunell, Iowa, ar
rived Weiliiesday nnd will nieml a few- weeks
Tvlth his daughter, Mrs. C. L Iiwis at '-MiS
Win. Lawrence has tho conti net for put
ting up a doublo lioiiso for Mr. White of
I'eniisylvaulii, situated 011 the 1101 thwejt cor
ner of Twe nil nml C streets, The building
will cost 5,00).
The Misses Jessie Ixive, Nellie Abbot, Nel
lie and Ornco Felton nnd tho writer nccoiu
pnnletl Mrs. Felton on Wednesday evening to
the llelt Line school house, nlMuit two miles
west or the city on A street, where Mrs. Feb
ton's school gave n very interesting exhibi
tion, consisting or dialogues, recitations, tab
leaux, music nml singing.
Frnuk Ferris wns given n very happy sur
prise pnrty Tuesdny evening nt tho residence
or Mr. & Mi's. N. C. Abltott, tho occasion lie
Ing the twenty-first nnnivermry or Ids birth.
Thosa present weio: Rev. Ralston nnd wife,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Line, Mr. nnd Mm, K,
H. King, Misses Ilruner, Hnriih CooHr, Clam
Ilrnut, Clara Hell Htanley, Anini W. Hor
ton, (Jertrudo nml Nettle Abbot, Jessie Iaivo,
Oruco Thompson, Alice Martin, Agues, An
nie nnd Jessie llethune, Ix-na Wieder, Nellie
Felton, Mry Walton, Eva Meadows, Mng
gle Miller, Mr. 8. 8. Connor, Ernest Dnvls,
Ernest Fulsom, Chiienco mid Newton King,
Willie and Alllo Cook, Will llethune, John
Love, Arthur nml Hert 8tnnloy.
IN TIIK LIBIIAKY.
THE following nro
exit nets from 1111 In
teresting piM-r on
Frank It. Btockton
read by Miss Olive
Iitlii at a I'ecent
meeting of tho Tues
day Evening club.
&?- The paper as will lo
V"tj2soon by tlio excerpts,
denls prlucixilly with tlio enrly cnriHT or
this rising novelist,
"Tho great demand for light eccentric
rending has brought out probably 0110 of the
most entertaining writers of oiir'day, Frank
R. Htockto.t. Hut lint until The Lndy of
the Tiger, that little conundrum of three
inngnzlurt pages had sot everybody tnlWug,
did ho become u celebrity. Egnr Eggloston
used to sny thnt Stockton's mind pissesNes
0110 chnmlier that had Im-cii denied to tho rest
of mnnklml. 'Everything ha writes stands
by Itself In originality of plot nml freshness
of humor.' Francis Richard, as recorded in
the family bible, was horn in Philadelphia,
thoilfthof April, I8ML Ho owes his given
name to a lomantlo tasto of his half sister
Emily, who thought him n win thy namesake
or Francis I. mid Richard Coeiir do Lion. "
"With peculiar solleittide tho father kept
Frank mid his brother John out or Sunday
school from fear of tholr meeting had boys.
With tnro years between them tlio brothers
wero literally possessed with the spirit of
deviltry while having two heads nnd four
hands for Its exercise."
"I'rivnto tutors In West Philadelphia had
charge of Frank's enrly schooling. In his
eighteenth year ho wns graduated with the
degree of Hnchelor of Arts, from the Central
High school. Greek and Latin weion part of
his four year's course but Stockton fnvored
tho modern languages nml ror two years nr
ter wards continued his study of A ngloSnxou.
It is said, 'ho wns not nu ambitious Uy,
rather liivarlntily getting second place with
out much effort.' John mid Frnuk wuiens
hiKCH.rnblo In Juvenile schemes of authorship
ns In play. A prime amusement after going
to lied, wns to begin 11 story ami tos-i It back
ami forward for the benefit of the younger
brother nt the root. When William nodded
ho was kicked because it wns tho rule thnt if
ho stnyed there nt nil ho must listen. At tho
ngo of tell ho ,begnu tho reading of novels.
Home what later ho wrote his Ilrst verses 1h
g'nnlng "My love, she hnth u black eye;
Her lips woio yherry ml."
"At 1111 early ago Stockton had Intended t
lie n physician but ns no physician had over
lieen 11 president or tho United States, that
profession ceaicd nfter n tlmn to attract him.
As n compromise, between Ills father's practi
cal vlewHimd hlsuwn private literary Iiok-s,
hobecmuoiin engraver on Wood. In 187"J ho
went 011 the Muniinu I'Ost. This experience,
wnshiier, howuver, for In the latter uirt of
the tuiiuo year ho was innile news editor nnd
writer ol short editorials oil tho family week
ly, "Tho Hearth and Home." In 187.1 lie be
came Mrs, Dodge's assistant on tho HI. Airi
"Ho licgius his work regularly at ten o'clock
nnd dictates for two hoursand 11 half, seldom
longer, w lien draining on his store house of
Ilulshed stories; but If lie is couiK)siug he
gives his thoughts entirely to himself for the
smile length of time, perhaps for many days
at n time. Stockton makes but few changes
in his stories niter they nro once wi lttc ii.hut,
while ho always seeks to llud the word that
would lend the most stiength to 11 phrase,
lie novel' pollnhes. Onco ouued 11 stoiy is
tcldoiu kepi over night, but Is sent nti nee to
Its destination. Ills afternoons ure spent in
recreation anil acquainting himself with tho
world he describes."
"It lannld that Stockton has luge dark
eyes, features angular, strong nnd varied,
nml n race or great sensibility. Ills scocli
is Intensely practical and idiomatic and his
usual maimer serious to the verge or Badness.
Hut when his eyed look outward they nl-
wnysismllo. His eyes laugh when there is
any run, but even when his faco shows that
ho is convulsed, his merriment is almost
soundless, uctpilred through a pcrslstnn
habit or laughing to himselr,"
"While abroad In 1883 ho wroto his best
short stories, The romnrkablo wreck of
ThoninH Hyko nnd a "Tale of Negntlvo Ornv
ity," of which Holiest Stevenson writes to
11 friend leaving England for America:
"You will meet Stockton."
"If I my Stockton should forget,
It would be sheer depravity ,
Fori went down witliTliomns Hyko
And up with Negative Gravity.' "
New Goods and
Don't be Tardy
Will be Picked
and Suits !
Lots of them, Beautiful Patterns and
First comers will pick the ripest plums
remember that, $12 to $25; hardly a
clear way to tell you, but those are about
You can pleasantly answer that
itc: " Where did you get that
When you've bought ours
and saved an
A. Hurlbut & Co.
Cor. 10th and P Sts., Lincoln.
WALNUT Hlock and Nut
IOWA Hlock nnd Nut
MISSOURI Hlock nnd Nut
KANSAS Hlock and Nut
COAL -:- COAL
I will Sell One Ton
Pennsylvania - Anthracite
At the Yard for $9.60.
M. L. Trester.
Have you seen t)nx;j DSct.
at J. II. Mnurlt'.tf ft 6s.
For Import nit-i Domestiu Wines and
Mrniors for family Undo, call on Louis A.
Ksensky, 138 North Tenth street.
Doctors Hidloy & Goodoll, olllco 1347 L
street Telephono, 017.
Chamberlain's Eye nml Skin Ointment,
For tetter, salt-rheum, scald-head, eczema
and chronic sore eyes. Price 25 cents jier
A. T. GRUETTER & CO.
Hrown's new branch restaurant, 1418 O
street, Is doing n largo business, and persons
in the enst part of the city are to be congratu
lated on having so nico and convenient a
place to dlnont.
ynnrter Off On Overcouts,
You have read about overcoat that near
ly every house in town has advertised, but as
yet none or them cnn show n stock or glvo
the Inducements in them thnt Miltonliergor
offers at the Hoston Clothing Houm), IKK) O
street. Ho has them tn nil weights, all colors,
all styles and In the very latest rubrics. You
can't afford to buy elsewhere. Call In and
let tlio boys show you their stock. Won't
cost you a cent to look mid while It will in
terest you yet you lose nothing by calling in.
Remember tho place, 10&I O street.
Tho Christmas number or Scrilmer's Muy
im'iif comes to us In a handsome cover or
bronzed gilt. Tlio Interior Is none the lesi
attractive. Artistically tho holiday number
Is par tlcularly striking. The illustrations
me numerous nml or n very high order. "A
Pastoral without words" (twelvo drawings) is
a beautiful featuie. Sir Edwin Arnold opens
an Interesting t-erics of papers on "Jii 1111't
nnd part third of tho popular serial 'Jei ry'1
is reached. Other articles are as follows:
"Horace, book third, Ode XXIX" by Helen
Leah Reed, "Jly Disreputable Friend" Mr.
Rnegan" by Richard Harding Davis, Amy
Robsart, Kenllworth and Warwick" by Will
II. Riding, "As the sparks Fly Upward" by
UoorgoA.IIlbbard", "Neapolitan Art" etc
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes has an amus
ing poem entitled "Hut One Talent" In tho Do
cember number of thb Atlantic Monthly.
Among the many other bright features of
this Issue may bo mentioned: "The House
of Maltha" bj Frank R. Stockton, parte IX
toXUt; "The Wife or Mr. Secretary Pepys"
by Margaret Christine Whiting; "From
King's mountain to Yorktown" by John
Fisko;"The United States Looking Outward''
by A. T. Mahan;"Tho New Departure In Par
Isnn Ar" by HIrgo Harrison; "Non 81n
Doloro'' by II. W. Odder, eta
Frank R. Stockton will havo serials in tho
Atlantic Monthly, Scrib ner's and tho Cen
11 ry next year.
This is the Season of the year when
COAL is KING
when Competition is Close and Everybody has the
best. Then is the time to go direct to Headquarters.
You need a supply for the Winter and as ;iow is the
time to buy, why not call on
BETTS St BEAVER
and sec their line and get prices. There you can get
;he pure article direct from America's greatest mines
noted for their purity and excellent quality.
Call up Phone 440. - - Office 1045 O Street.
A. M. DAVIS & SON,
Fall and Winter
1112 0 St Telephone 219.
Tho toilettes thnt went from Mrs.
ham's boudoir for the Charity Rail
dreams of beauty.
E. R. Guthrie bin added n saddle manu
factory department to his carriage ettablish
niHiit mid is now prepared eo supply miy nnd
nil kinds of linrneos or saddlery goods, just as
you want it.ou shni t notice mid on most rea
sonable tonus. You Know the iiuiiiImt, IWO
Itiltton's new giocery, UIO O street.
Everything fmh. Canned goods of nil
kinds. Ilet In mids of Hour Minnesota high
patent, Ooods dellveud. Neatest grocery
in the city. Olve htm u call. HlOOstieet.
Somo very nice and now things in hair
ornaments nro now being shown nt Miss
Johnston's, 1 1 14 O street. Somo elegant nov
elties for evening wear. Call and see them.
boxes, nil style, Wessel
Apromlnout physician ami old army sur
geon in eastern Iowa, was rnlled awny from
home for a row dajs; during his absence one
of tho children contracted a soveie cold and
his wife bought a buttle of Chamberlain's
Oough Remedy for It. They were so much
pleaded with the remedy tliattheyaftcruards
lloed several tmttles at various times. He
salil, from his exerincu with it, ho regard
It as the inont lettable pieparntio'.i in use for
colds and that It came tlio iienroit being a
ijHx-Jtl(j or any medicine ho had eve.' seen.
For t ulo by A, I Shader.
Now Is tho tlnio lo paint a Christmas Present for
Vfinr frliinil. f..i.i L' l',i. ut .,,.. .. ..
J Flower htudlos mo now shown nt basement, IIU1 N
utrnnl Tliui. ..v., Inui .1... .1.1.... ... ..'.. . . :
tun . . i. i . i i.... ' "".J" ". hiiiik wj kivu yon mens
J Vhat to Paint. Milton M. I.yon Is In charge, nml will take
JLJ pleasure In showing anil helping you to select. Don't wait for
Christinas to dotlils, but begin now. You will find by examining
.. . ,A Connecticut iinkeo In King Arthur's Court," by Murk Twain
that It wilt miiko n splendid Christmas Present for young or old. Call
nnd see It, You will bo convinced,
' THE GOTHAM, News Emporium,
M. M. IVON, Prcj-.-'otor.
llaseiiicnt Room, 1101 N Street. LINCOLN, NEII.
Only place in Lincoln thnt iim-s mineral
water in UUlis is at 1010 O street.
Delivering Notes, Letters,
jiv; cax WAKE rou up
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