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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, DKCIDMHKR 6, tS)
CLOTH KYKNINH WRAPS.
MI'SIC AND T1IK )n.
For the Holidays
When ready to look up Appropriate and Handsome
Christinas Presents, don't fail to call on
Eine Silk Handkorchiefs, Kid Gloves,
Fine Line of Plush Goods, in Manicures, Dressing Cases,
Albums, Toilet Cases, Etc.
1109 0 ST.
TEETH t EXTRACTED
DRH. K. KERTOAN!
SURGEON DENTIST, j
"Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform I No Kther ! No Gas I
A Ml Set of Teeth on Rubber for $5.00.
All Fillings at the Lowest Rates.
DR. H. K. KERMAN, RoomsVmikts''m"ck'
Britton's New Grocery
1410 O STREET.
Having just opened our store, the largest in the new Alex
ander block, we extend you an invitation to call and inspect
our line of goods. Our aim will be to carry a full line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
including the very best of everything, making a specialty of
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Flour and Potatoes, in which we will
offer the best at such prices as will make it an inducement for
you to buy. All goods promptly delivered.
We Solicit a Call! 1410 O Street.
M fetf;A rri;rn-Afi lYinnimrn m i r mi irr-mHX-rTrTTmnrn
edlhMi I ncolH ft
EHafcJ2?n saas II
1204 and 1206 0'
HEN YOU WANT
See the WESSEL PRINTING CO.
our line of
Street, Burr Block
SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR
Delivering Notes, Letters, Invitations
WIS CAX WAKR YOU UP
At at nny hour to mako the early trains get your mall
from postotllrt), etc.
Open Day and Night 1
Telephone lyo. Office, S. W. cor. 10th and O.
FINE JOB PRINTING
Nkw Yohk, Dei'. 'J. 1SIK). Now Unit tin)
round nf Miflnl dMi'iil Inn linn fnlilj Imhiiii,
mill oiio cuk'rt'iluiuont follow iilckly upon
tuiotlior liitoixpfiafd with oH'in ami llicntio
nut(i, tin wotmiiinf fiiHliioii In coiici'i mil
not only tihout hor ovrinntr jownn lint nNo n
to thu winw which ntuill mrtlnlly louivnl
llu'lr kIoHih. Oftlio.40 ulio limit linvoii vn
ili'ty. Vol' very novel wi-nther, mill for
llioi oitiiMoiih wlirn kIio liinrrnycd In dill
plumou tulle mill cn'io with umnoied nwk
Mini iirnm, them inut l a K'nint'tit illicit
will out li i1y cover her ki son, mill w lilcli w III
Ihi lined wllli eiiuino, thehlt, or nlhiir fox.
Or It limy hiivo mi Intel mediate lining of
li'iM costly fur which Muill Ihu'oucoiiIiiI liy u
covering of Inoi'Milrilftllk. limlniotliN limy
Ihi u full Itllxnlnu clonk, or n long dolnmii
with loom) front. Hut when uiftilitnm kmw
to tin opem or n tllnni'i' jmity In a gown of
morn Mibsinntlnl tcxtuto uiiidit with tlio long
hIcuvcn now In 0KUi)liut with roim I or glint
ed uuck, mind ) on' lic umy went tho iiioiii
Jiiimty Hlii'ill win 1 1 lilcli li'iiM'H her hklitN
uneoverul imil iiih'iuhIii'iI. HiicIi n ciihi or
ilolnmnetto limy In) of el Vet, iluli, iiintiv
limwi "Ilk, hint tided, or or tlio lluest fnccil
cloth, with Inalilul or nietullli" dimming.
Ueilferu Inn Junt lllli'il mi order of thin klml
mill forwards to iishU'tolicsof n couple of thu
f f i
Klrht, 11 deep pleated enpn of black velvet
attached to u yoko of inairu colored witlu up
on which are Hevernl ion of malreiinilhliick
silk cork. A wldo hrnfdtd pillou to match
ImiiKH from the Bhoulders mid Is knotted at
the waist Thu collar which Mares all loiinil
like a saucer, Is faced with soft black fox.
Tlio other one 1m also a vailatlouof tin) ciimi
and is of slit imp pink chilli braided around
the neck mid iIovmi tlio fiont, with k"M and
slUer bnild. Thu collar and sleeves Inner
tlousaruof hroii7c-coloi ed M'lvet; the latter
ill IliKh pull'rt caught with a jewelled ehisp
just lieiow thu hliouldur. A band of pinkos
ti ich feathers borders the collar and the lt
tom of thu ciih.
Loulo Muyer & Co. Iinvo already felt tin)
elVtct of thu approaching holiday tradu.
Their business during the past week has beun
n plienomlnally large one, and hundreds of
people hhvu purchased goods over their
counters with the feeling Hint they hvo
made thulr money go further than could
luivu Ih'uii iiossiblo nt any other ktoro in the
city. Irfiuie Jleyer & Co. carry n full line of
dry goods, notions, groceries, etc , and thulr
stock embraces ninny articles specially ap
propriate for Christum gifts. Tills firm
sells stiictly (list-class goods at tho most
reasonablu prlcoa. Thu people have found
this out, and are crowding thu stoio every
day. II you want Uj bo fairly dtmlt with
if you want thu best mid newest goods for
tho least money, call on Imle Meyer & Co.
Nothing Is nicer for holiday presents than
n pretty album, and at I'yle's pharmacy,
llii'l O bti cot, an excellent llnu of them is to
There In no inoro timely Christinas gift
than a palrof shoos, nnd Hriscou, thu shoo
man, lms just hat you want in this line.
Ascertain the sl.o and cull mid examine his
iinmeiiM) stock of the latest novelties In all
II. ..!.. . S . ... .
kiiiiis ui itKii near. i uu (IOUIHIhss llctsl a
pair of fclinva yourself. It ao, call mid Ihj
convinced that iiovvhuruulso in the city can
iou.llnd aiuatylUh, .noat,, perfect lilting
shoes as at Hrihcoe's. Hu has all the stand
ard makes in Indies' gentlemen's and clul
dien's shoes, in nil of tho leading sty le. There
nro n grunt many unw things just recutviil,
mid if you wear shoos you should not negloo
to can on Hriscou, tho shoo man.
m III Ski
(.'out limed from llrst page
TIIK "KAIHIKH WKl.t. "
The "Fairies' Will," one of thu most beau
tiful mid plctiircupii) Irish diatuas ever pre
sented to thu public will bu produced in I, In
itiln for thu ill sttlinunextTluirsdiiy evening,
December It, for one night only. The play
Is owned and uinungcd by Mr. Power,
who nNo owns the "Ivy U-nf, In which tho
"Falrlis' Well" Isn companion dpiuia. Tho
"Killiles'WeH" Is dllicruut from all other
lilsli drainai In the fact that it deals ex
clusively with thu higher elas of tho laco
and takes fin' It character the ailstociacy,
and nunc rellued nnd cultuied of the smis
nntry. It Is full of legend, history, lovo and
IMietrj, and combines thu most pletuinsipiu
seeneiN with happy mil harmonious oll
inaxw The K-uuury Is crfucl In uvury dn
tail, and represents thu beautiful scenes
nbout tho "Falrlei Well,'' as well as tho fas
mom "I'm i ell sot," which Is known to
ocrynini familiar with thu history of Iru-
lind mid Its legends. Theiuls Just enough
vlllaii) in tho plot to make It iutoicstlng.
Tlio "Fulilua' Well" Is where hundreds of
II ish lovo-Hlck maidens go in thu hoxi of seo
lug lull roied In tho water thu likeness of
their ttlttllu husbands. This adds IiiciciimhI
Inteicst to thu story, Tim lending player In
thu company Is Mr Can oil Johnson, thu
well known Irish comedian, whoso fume as
inch Is well known throughout the country.
Mr. Johnson Is by many lookod upon as tho
Miperlor of Hcaiihiu. The company Is n
strong nun, which was delected by Mr. I'ow
it with much cui-u, lie having been belli nil
actor and malinger, nnd has usisl his cxmt
lencoln (iviftH'tlug his picscut couipmileH.
Among tho wull known iH-ople In thu coin
panymuMr John F Waul, Mr. TIiomiiim U
Coleman, (of thu Julia .Marlowe compnny
until that lady was taken sick) Miss Ida
Wind, Miss Jessie West, and cthuri. Tho
"Fairies' Well" has been u verv successful
ylny for 1U manager, this being tho aecoiid
ear of Ha production.
Onu of next weeks most ntlnictivu eugagu
liienU will bu that booked for Fiiilay and
Haturilay uveiilugs on which occasion Louis
Jaines, thu eminent tnigisliau will apMUir in
Iwoof his inasterplecos, which at this wilting
havonotnsyet lieen dccldisl upon but will
Francis Wilson has ntrangisl to play mi
engagement of eight mouth at the llinailwiiy
Tluatie, New Yoik, beginning in UcIoInt
next. It Is Mr. Wilwin's pui)iih.i to prtslucu
oiionuw opein, orns many us he may llml
ueiussary to till tho (hue piolltubly.
"The Idler," at tliu Lyiviini Theatre, Now
nrk, has jnstlfliil thu iiiunagement In lu
gimllng it as tlicgru'iti-st success yet nchluved
ly Mr Fiohinmi'Hnihuiiuhlc company. .Mr.
t handler's play lecelves thunlghtly tl ibutu of
laughter and tears. Crowded houses Imvo
h i the rule. Mr. Chainbers left for Eng-
laud on Tuesdn to supci intend thu piisluc
tlou or "Tliu Idler" at AvenunTheatiu, Lon
don, (leorge Alexander will stur in Mr.
ICeleej's pait, and Mai Ion Terry will play
MlssCayvan's part. After thu production of
"Thu Idler" Mr Chambers will set towoik
on his now play for thu Lyceum Theatru.
Tlio testimonial ei foi iniincu for thu benullt
or Mm Agnes Hobuitsoii-Houclcaiill lucently
given In New Voik, ill ow miandlenco which
fulrly oveillowisl fioin thu auditorium, mid
niiiiy persons who weio not piesent contrlbs
uted money to swell tliu fund. Tliu result
wus that thu totul iiceiptN llgured up to
fSe'itW, nearly all of which will I hi turned
over toMrs. Iloulclcaiilt, as the ai tints nil
oluntccied their sei vices, mid thu cxMuseH
of theeuteitaimueiit were nsluced ton mini
mum. Tim Imneflclnry was elected witbii
loyal leceiillou as she appeared on thu stage,
nnd the lloml oll'erings were numerous and
Ono of thu most surprising accidents that
happen but once In the life of anj mortal
met Mls Vunlcu Oinalya, un nctiuss Inn
burleiipiu company at Cmbondale, N V,
thu other livening .Miss Oinalya, in jump
lug about at thu sldu of thu atage. sti mik tho
leglstcrof a hot air Hue connected with tliu
furnace In thu basemaut. Tlio leglsterslm
ply swallow isl lier, and nway shu wont on
her ti Ip to tho fin mice. What would lutvu
li'ippuiicd had thu Hue gone straight on,
forms but a dismal uess, but it tin n in tho
big pipe was torn apait and Miss Oiniilyn
suddenly found hei self in a mllllnerv stoin
on thu Hoor below. Hho was ho thankful it
wasn't n grocery.
Clai u Morris croated u wnsntioii In San
FrauclM'o, In Kardou's play, "Odette," in l
which hho Hindu her Ihht appoarancu on No I
vember 17. At the opening ieiformiiiico it
luinarkable incident occuricd dining the i
Ihiid net, when a joiuig man in uu orchestra I
sent and a young lady In one of thu boxes I
wero OM'icoinu by the powerful acting of
MKs Monls, nnd liad to bo taken from tho
theutiolu u faint. .Miss Morris who was
looking directly at tlio audience, was one of
the Hist to sen tho lady anil gentleman. Hho
stopMsl in her lines, and asshudid mi, many
of tliu an lionet) iosu excitedly to their feet.
MIsm Morris with excellent presencu of mind
wul veil her hand, mid in ressiusu U) tho sil
ent language of tlio gestures, nil sat down,
When thu Inily and gentleman had been con
vuyisl to tho outer nlr, Miss Morris lesiimed
Clmmlierlnlu's Kyo and Hkin Ointment
For tetter, salt-rheum, sciiM-head, cuema
mid chronic sore eyes. I'tlcoSTi cents ,ier
Fine lino of Extincts, nil oitors, splendid
thing for holiday presents, In bulk, fancy Imt
tles or iHTfiiniery canu, at I'vles' l'liannncy,
Given by the Ladles of the
Universalis! - Gliurcl?
-Will be held-
Dec. 10th, 11th and 12th,
208 South Uth St., Bllllngsley Block.
Supper 5 to 7 p. m. Entertainment
at 8 p. in.
Doors open after 2 p. in. Thursday nnd
Christmas Presents for Gentlemen
BUY SOMETHING USEFUL
As well as Ornamental !
HERMAN BROS. ,
1017 O Street,
Offer 11 line of goods that for presentation to gentlemen lias
no equal. See their
Seal Skin Caps Plush Caps
Seal Skin Gloves
Fur Coats Smoking Jackets
Fine Neckwear, all kinds.
Silk Handkerchiefs Mufflers
And Dozens of Other Suitable Articles.
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