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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1891
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POPULATION OP LINCOLN 65,000,
"' " Latest Novelty.
Only 7oc Kacli.
Famous Millinery Store,
ThoCotmicitttlll not U- rvionlht for
any debts nimtfl liy nny into I" It" naiim, un
Mt n written order luvompnnles tlm hiiiio,
0rnr 10th and P Street.
Th Courier Can be found At
Hotel Lincoln New Htnnil.
Wtmlior Hotel Now Htnnil.
Capital Hotel New Htand.
Odell' Dining llnll Now Htmut, IMS O HI.
The Gotham Now Stand, lis Houtli Mill Ht.
The A pox, 111 North lltli Street.
(Mason, Kletohor A Co., H2U O Htrcot.
Little HnortUlicnrHtore, 113 North 12th Ht.
WcsterfiQld' Harbor Hliop, llurr IIIuok.
International Now Emporium, 1SI5 O Ht.
OT" An extra supply of paper U always1 loft
nm, 111 ensu tuner 4iuwnuvuiui
at tho Gotham
uppllo run short
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W. R.' DENNIS & CO.
1 137 O Street.
Commencing April tint, Thk Courier
will insert notice pertaining to noolable,
festival, lecture, meeting and sermons for
all churche freo of charge. Advortlwraenta
for entertainments where an admission la-
charged will be Inserted at one-half tho reg
ical and Personal.
Whltebrvaat Coal and Lime Company.
L. Qarr, Jeweler, 113d O street.
Call up the L. D. T, Co., Fuouo 100.
Ruth M. wood, M, D IMS P street.
J. D. Trickey & Co. Jeweler, 1(030 street.
Lincoln Ice Co., 1(M0 O 8t. Telephone 118L
Eugene Hallett, diamond merchant, J 13 N
Geo. A. IUymer, coal and wood. 'Phone
300. 1134 O street.
Canon City Coal at the Whltebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
Mia 8. M. Caffya, dmssnutrlag parlors,
1311 M street. TeWptioMSlB. U
100 finest engraved nailing card and plate
for tnn at Tk Courier office.
Try "The Finest" for Ico Creams, Ices,
Cake and Candles, 1230 O street.
Ladles kid glove cleaned or colored at Lin
coln Steam Dye works, 1100 O street.
Mia C. J. Gullmette, modiste, second floor'
Exposition building. Tako elevator.
Dr. C. B. Manning removed to uew otHoos,
room 23 and S3, second floor llurr block.
Elegant line of French pattern hat at
Thornburn Bisters' new store 1342 O street.
J. B. Barnaby, the taller, may be found at
rooms 13 and 13, Newman block,1035 O st.
Cheapest place in the city for millinery
and hair goods Thomburn Bisters, 1342 O
One hundred finest engraved calling cards
and plate only 13.50 at Wcoael Printing Co.,
1130 N street.
Cabinet baths for ladles, given by Mrs. 11.
D. Catlln, professional masseur, 234 south
Twelth street, Kennard block. 5-23 4t
Sirs. J. C. Malone, fashlouable dressmak
ing, Satisfaction guaranteed. Chaso block
Sixteenth and O street. tf
Ladle can liave their party dresses cleaned
by the French dry process at tho Lincoln
team dye works 1105 O street
"Not how cheap, but how good" is the
motto of the uew Studio Lo Grande. Call
and see their work, 124 south Twelfth street.
Brown' restaurant are the only one In
the city for ladles. The menu is extensive
and embraces all the seasons latest delicacies
while price are extremely low.
Coal of every size from the best mines in
Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado
and Wyqmlng for sale by Oeo.A. IUymer.
Telephone 300. Ofllce WW O street.
Coal of every size from the best mine
ia Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Geo. A. Ray.
mar. Telephone 390. Ofllce 1134 O street.
Tim Misses Marie and Emerald Jones,
(laughter of School HiiHrltitn lent Jones,
entertained tlm Junior and freshman cIiikm)
of tlio IiIkIi school Inst Filday livening nt n
lawn pail t'i Their lieaiitlfiil town nt 313
South eighteenth street was brilliantly Mil
initiated with .1 ipnnesj lantern and a largo
iliitfonil Mm elected whom dancing was on
J tyod. Tlm i'oiiiiaiiy assembled was a largo
one, nt.d with the beautiful deeurntlon t
ery pretty write win presented. Tlm suo
eem of U10 notable entertainment make per
tlnent tlm querry, why nro there not more
hut 11 parties In Lincoln I Tho recipients of
tlm Misses Jones, charming hospitality wero:
Mlssw Limit Smith, Clara Smith, Nolllo New
niiin, Stella Hoyet, Mario Harper, Lottlo An
Iritis, Maliel Metntlf, Helen Ilownrd, llestlo
Tinner, Liirln Phillips, Vlnotto MeCnndlosi.
Bessie Wilnger, Mny Preutess, Knto
Klnitwh, Ethel Hooper, Heurletti Hawlny,
Adeline ShulUm, Stella Klllott, Oim Imhoir,
Kiln Itityinniid, Arda Cliitpman, Edith Flsko,
Virgil llniliour, Francos Wtlght, Dora Hnr
ley. Hadlo Taylor, Grace Cook, Klmn Ben-
crest, Run lllcketts, Kinnin MoWhlnnoy, El-
la Mathews, Delia Mitchell, Delia Unrpontor,
Mis Torp, Georgia Cnmp, Grauo llurr,
Blanch Garten, Grnco Hiintsou, Minnie
Heel, Delia Conger, Mix Gillespie, Stella
l'lke, Helen Drown, Anna Sldole, Jennie
Hugh, llesslo Muiison mid Messrs. Arthur
Horner, Woodward Jones, I'M Mockott, Max
Lansing. Sudlny Cook, Mr. Smith, Fredrick
K. l'lillllps, Frank Wringer, Fred Cooley,
Kdgar Hegan, George Klotttseh, Will Hiy
iiioud, Fred WoobarU, Park Garoutte, Lou
lllcketts. Mr, Coflln, Frank Wringer,
Kalsey Yates, Frank Banders, Frank Mey
ers, Frit Korsmoyer, Urne Kedge, Arthur
Dennett, Albert Htttton, Frank Uonebraker,
Krnest FoIkoiii, Kdgar Haughart, Arthur
Hauler, Wymoro Murray, Herbert Regan .
Tho Kutru Nous club hold the last of their
meetings for tho wnson nt the residence of
K H. Hirer, 1740 D street on Filday eve nliig
of lost week. There wero present: Messrs
and Mosdames, J. E. Hlggs, Chits. Trnpha
gen, C. W. Hoxle, C. H. Hudge, Walter
Dnvls, 11. 1), Steams, J. P. Mnul, Win. Mo
Arthur, II. C. MoArthur, H. K. Mooro,
Misses, Cook, Lulu Cnnlleld, Maud llurr,
lltidy, Sadie llecker, Hattlo Becker, Messrs,
II. Northam, Everett, Dr. W. L. Dayton, F.
Kitchen, V. Chandler, D. Wilkinson, Fred
Sholes, Chas. Miller, mid Mrs Dr. lloutz.
An unjoynblo evonlng wits spent nml prize
for tho season tvero nwnrded a follows:
Ladle royal, Miss Maud Hurr; gentlcmons
royal, W. li. MoArthur, ladle tiooby, Mrs.
W. G, Houtz, gents booby, 11. I), Stearns.
While the weather has hecomo too warm to
continue card playing tho club propose n
series of picnic' for the summer months,
It Is with great pleasure that Thk CountKit
chronicles the fact that on Tuesday after
noon, June 30, In Graco Presbyterian church,
Evansvlllo, Itul., Mr. Ham D. Cox, of tho
Evening Call, will wed Mis Laura Thomp
son, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. v. B. Thomp
son of that place. Mr. Cox is an exceeding.
ly popular member of the newspaper frater
nity, and his co-worker a well a hi host of
friends generally congratulate him upon the
happiness In store for him. Knowing the
prospective groom, his friends can also
warmly congratulate the fortunate young
lady on her choloe of a life partner. She
will be warmly welcomed on her arrival In
The funeral of Councilman J. B. Archi
bald took place last Buuday afternoon at his
late residence, 2031 L street. The Rev. John
Hewitt dollvered an Impressive discourse in
the presence of member of the family and
of the A. O. U. W. and other orgnlzatlon
of which the deceased waa a member. The
city council was also fully represented. In
cluding Mayor Weir and ex-Mayor Graham.
llio remains were placed on the eastbound
train and were accompanied to Freepnrt, N.
Y,, by Mrs. Archibald and her two daugh
ters, Bessie and Helen. Her brother, Mr. J,
E, Thompson, also accompanied them.
There waa a pleasant gathering last Batur
of about 144) scholar of the Everett school
accompanied by their teacher Mr. Jessie
Styles, Miss Minnie Thompson and Miss
Mary Burgeas who hied themselves oft to
Lincoln Park for a pioalo and a general good
time. The day was spent in boat riding on
the lake and other amusemeuta customary
on such occasion, and all went home happy
and tired a people usually do after an extra
aroaunt of exertion put forth to have a good
time. The parent of quite a number of tho
children were there and seemed to enjoy
the holiday a well a the little folk.
Mr. L. L. Hawkins 1430 Poplar atreet
gave a sociable last Friday evening in honor
of her guest, Mr. Margret Burchett ami
her daughter, Maud, of Burlington, Iowa.
The evening wa spent in playing high five
and dancing and passed very pleasantly to
all present Thorn present were Mrs. Margret
Burchett, Mrs. Oharle Burchett, Mls Maud
Burchett, Miss Rosa Richards, Miss Jennie
Hawthorne, Messri. Frank and Dick Rich
ards, Harry McCay, Harry Burchett, George
Martin and Will Motcalf.
resented by II, H. Wilson, L. I). Woodruff
and J. L. Lyman, A. It. Htttton proxy for
tho latter. No. M whs represented by Dr.
11. D. Mulr, L. O. Clark and L. O. Dunn,
Win. Oylor going as the latter's proxy.
Invitations to the wedding of 'Mix Kthel
Marslnttd of this city nml Mr. .Inmes A.
Drnin of SKkaim Falls, Wash., of which
luentioit ttasmndo In Inst week's Couuticit,
were Issued this tteek. Tho ceremony will
occur In the First Presbyterian church Wed
nesday, Juno J Into p. in,
Professor and Mrs. Howard Caldwell
entertained n number of friend very delight
fully at ten Friday evening of Inst week.
Those pronent wero llev. Iwls Gregory,
Miss Mooro, Mr. and Mrs. J, I). Cnlliotiu
mid Mr. and Mrs. V, (J. Dell.
Tlio twenty-fourth birthday of Mr. It. G.
Piatt wits celebrated at his home, III South
Kloventh street, Tuesday evening, There
wnsnlnrgu number In attendance nnd Mr.
I'lntt wits the recipient of tunny beautiful
mnl costly presents.
Mis Hoso II, Cochran, who tin been nciid
lug several mouths In Indlnuoiolls, letitrueil
KntuiiUy accompanied by her cousin, Miss
GertiudnClnrk, who will remain lit Lincoln
about two months ns tho guest of her uncle,
Major J. S. llnrwlck,
Juim has brought tlm muni number of
weddings, ns will bo seen by tlm CoUltini'H
columns, and theie are In addition, many itn
uouiicomutitH of forthcoming weddings
which tho CoUltlKit will beat HU'ity to par
The Ailelplilnu society concert of tlio Cot
tier univeislty Tuesday evening ptoved iptito
a lullllnnt sticcuss. Tin elocutionary depart
ment, led by Its worthy Instructress, Miss
Almeiia Parker, gnvu mi entertainment Wed
There Is some tnlk Hint If Llettteiinut Gi if
llths tluut is not extended, Lieutenant IV rail
ing well nml favorably know In Lincoln will
bo stationed In his place nt tlm University.
At least an effort will be nmdu lit his bchnlf.
Speculation Is still rift ns to whether Mr.
W. F. Meyers' return from tho enst next
week will bring a continuation of tho Inter
esting rumors which of late linvo been asso
ciated with that gotitlemnn's name.
Cards are out announcing tho marriage of
Mr. John 11. Morton, of the Unit of Dean &
Horton, to Miss Helen McCnudlcM Wado of
this city. Tho wedding will occur Juno 24
at tho Holy Trinity.
Mrs. H. D. Hnthawav went to Chicago
Thursday to meet her daughter, Miss Llllie,
and Mis Bortlo Burr en route from school.
They nro expected to arrive In Lincoln this
Miss Nelllo Goshorn, who has been attend
ing tho state university and conservatory of
iiiuhIo for tho xist year, left Wednesday to
spend the summer vacation nt her old home
Mrs. F, N. Gibson has gone topeudtliu
summer In Now Ipswich, N. H. Sho will
also visit her dnughter, Miss Ellen, who com
pletes lies sophlmoro year at Attn Arbor col
lege this summer.
Miss Maud Miller of Newark, N. J., n
cousin of Mcssers I. M, mid A. S. Raymond,
Is visiting nt the homo of the former and ex
pect to renuiln in Lincoln during the sum
mer. Mr. J. A . Foley, superintendant of tho O.
& R. V. district of tho Union Pacific road, is
in the city. He takes tho place of R. R.
Sutherland and will tnako Lincoln his homo.
Prof. Glbeault leaves noxt Saturday for
his former homo in Chicago on a visit to his
numerous friends and relatives. He will
probably remain during the summer.
Mr. J. W. Bechtol and Mis AvI Belle
Monloy wero united In marrlago Wednesday
afternoon at th residence of the bride's
parent Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Monley.
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Wickersbam left last
week for an eastern trip. They expect to
visit Now York, Atlantic City, Philadelphia
and their former home In Chester.
Mrs. Frank Smith of Alliance, who has
been speudltig n fow days In Lincoln, return
ed to her home yesterday, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. T. W. Smith.
Tho young Indies of the Vine-street Con
gregational church gave a delightful social
Wednesday evening at the homo of Mrs.
Jackson, 2730 Apple street.
Mr. H. A. Wood.ofl'lalnlleld, III., and
Miss Carrie E. Hills, cf Sioux City, la., are
the guests of Mrs. B. G. Thomas of North
The traveling men of Lincoln will organ
ize this bvenlng at the Lincoln, and Join tho
new society which Is being formed by the
knight of the grip.
Chas. Morath of Snohomish, Wash., who
for tlio past two months ha been visiting
frleuds and relatives In tho East Is now vis
iting In Lincoln.
Mr. Charles Larrabeo of Iowa, son of ex
governor Larrabee has been in the city this
week visiting bis sister Mrc Donald Lathrop
Mrs. E. J. Wright left on the Union
Pacttlo Saturday for Portland, Ore., where
she wilt visit friends and relative for several
The Y. P. B. U. E. of the Plymouth Cou
gregatlon church meet every Sunday even
ing at 7 o'clock. All aro corilally invited to
Miss Lutlo B. Thomas left Monday for
Chicago. She will also visit Tronto, Mott-
bridge, U., where she hns been ntteuding
school for the past two years.
Tho reunion and picnic which wa to have
beeil held at Ctithmnn park Wednesday has
been K)stponisl until July 22.
Frank M, Rector, of tho Clnrko Drug
Co., left over tho 11. & M, Saturday evening
for nit attended eastern trip,
Mrs. T. It. McGnhey mid daughters left
Monday for Wctquetusong, Michigan, whole
thoy will spend tho summer.
Mrs. W. S. Hendo, of Cambridge, O., with
her sou nml ilnullliter, nro tho guests of Mr.
niul Mis. II. C. Young.
!nucnstcr Lodge No. lift, Knight of
Pythlns, held n select dniico at Ctiihmatt
park Monday evening,
Mrs. J, V Hearer and children ntid Mrs,
J, U Scott mid dnughtc mo visiting in
Cherry Vnlley, Ark,
Gov, mid Mis. Thayer teturned Monday
from 11 week's visit with their son nt Glen
wood Springs, Colo.
Mr, W. C. Austin, of West Llucolh, left
over tlio Burlington Saturday for Cincinnati
mid lllllboio, UI1I0.
The W. and II, Debuting Club held Its
third banquet Sutiiidny evening. It tvns tho
Mr. F. H. McGnhey left on the Burlington
flyer Tuesday for 11 trip to SniiFinnclHco ntid
tho Pacillo const.
Miss Mary Clatk. of Woodrllle, N, Y Is
visiting her cousin Mm, John G. .Morrison,!
nt ltVIl F street.
Hall Stove and Eange Co.
Miss jinlz Is vlsltlhg friends In Wester it
Nebraska mid Colorado expecting to return
early in tho fall.
Mr. C. E. McGctto left Monday ror Chicago
whero ho expects to spend n fow months
Mr and Mrs.
N01 tli western.
A. Campbell loft Monday for
S. 1)., via. tho Elkhord &
Martul Wednesday for
she will remain about
Miss Cora Otttcalt
Miss llesslo Gntchell and Mis Blanche Root
returned ThuiMlny fiom 11 visit with friends
Mr. W. II, Duchner ntid wlfo weio pnssei.
ger over tho Union Pacific Tuesdny fir
Mis Adeline Sheldon, of Nebraska City, is
visiting her cousin , Miss Henrietta Howley,
1738 M street.
Misses Katherlno ntid Mary McGinty
left Tuesday for their old homo in Sugar
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roberts left Tuesday
morning for Colorado where they will spend
Mrs. C, A. Atkinson was rnlle'l to Jack
son, O., Wednesday by tho serious Illness of
Mr. John II. Httrvlett, tho colored mute
printer and pugilist, left hero for Oinnlia
.Miss Alma Sharp started Tue9dny for Ln
Fayette, Ind., whero she will remain absut
Mrs. C. N Bailey depnrtod over tho Mis
souri Pacific Tuesdny for Huntington, West
Mrs. E. C. Htibbtttd took tho west bound
Burlington tlycr Tuesday for Colorado
Mrs. Martha Allen and sou left on the
Missouri Pacific Wednesday for San Anto
Additional Local and Personal Page 4.
LLLLLLI HMflH . BlVWHIsJ
H HH(EH iiK&H m VBI
Ask for Ayer's Sarsapat ilia, and do not
take any other. Bold by all druggist.
Iron Castings and Nickel Platers.
Dealers in Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces.
1126 O 3TREET.
I nxixxxfiUrxM xaexajjxisnxuxtt rrrm J 1 ,1 1 n 1 yxa
1204-lliOe O STREET
Always in the lead. Hallett has a line of
a pretty souvenir spoons as was ever placed
beforo an appreciative publlo anywhere.
Spoons of nil kinds In oxidized silver, In sil
ver and in gold, or if wanted in both silver
and gold. The line Is bo extonslvo and beau
tiful that really It baffles description ; you
should see the various designs, thoy are ns
unique as thay are handsome and nt tlio
price that Hallett sells them for, you can
not afford to buy elsewhere. No fancy
prices, but lino novelties at Hallett' ordinary
low figures. Of course you know whoto
Hnllett's store is I Not Well Its at 113 North
Henry Harpham the popular harness maker
hns left Twelfth street to locate 011 Eleventh
near P street opposite tho Capital hotel.
There with lucreased facilities and moro cen
tral location Mr. Uarpham' bnsluess will
undoubtedly increase. For anything In the
harness lino Harpham is bound to lead and If
nt anytime you want anything In his linn
don't forget to give him a call.
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I HkW a B
As poor as a church mottle, ns thin ns a rail,
int ns n porpo
As hrate as a lion, as spry ns n cnt,
at ns n porpoise, ns rough as a gale,
Ah bright as n sixpence, ns weak ns 11 rat,
Dr. C. F. Ladd, dentist, 1105 O street.
Telephone 153. Ofllce hours, 0a. in to 5 p.m.
We aro showing tho most complete stock
of hosiery and underwear In the city. Don't
buy until you havo seen our stock.
J. W. Winokb & Co.
As tiroud ns n noncock. ns sly as a fox.
As mnd us n March hare, ns strong ns an ox,
Ah fnlr ns 11 Illy, ns empty nx nlr.
As rich hs Croesus, us cross ns a bear,
As puro ns an angel, as ncnt ns n pin.
As smart as n steel trap, ns UKly ns sin,
As ilenU ns n door nnll, ns wlilto ns a sheet,
As lint ns n pancake, ns red ns a beet,
A round iisnn apple, us black ns your hat,
As brown ns a berry, ns blind bk a bat,
Ah mean ns a miser, ns lull ns n tick,
Ah plump ns a pnrtrldge, iih sharp ns a stick,
As llpht ns a feather, ns hard nun roc,
AHStlirnsn poker, ns calm ns a clock.
As green ns n gosling, ns brisk iih n bee.
And now let 1110 stop, lest you weary of me.
Cut this out nnd keep for reference, nnd when In need of Paper Hangings or
Mouldings, coll on us and sec whnt n beautiful line of goods we carrv. The prices
arc low too.
THE INTERIOR DECORATIVE CO.
1134 N STREET.
A. C. 7JKMKR, President. Carl Emvick, Malinger
For Sale Cheap.
50 inch full nlckle ball bearing Columbia
bicycle. Enquire at Count eh ottlce.
Mr. Charles M. Carter of Columbus, Ohio,
formerly of this city and late deputy com
missioner of publlo land and buildings un
der tho Hon. John Stoen, arrived in the city
Tuesday from Kansas City and left Wednes
day after a pleasant visit with relatives and
friends. The latter are always glad to see
the popular ex-Llncoliilto and wish that his
visit came of tetter ami lasted longer.
Auditor and Mrs. Thomas Benton, Mr. and
Mrs. McMatilgal, Mr. Martin I. Aitkin and
his two sisters arrived Sunday afternoon
from a delightful throo weeks' trip to Wash
ington via Portland, Including: also uleasaut
sojourns at Ban Francisco, Lo Angeles and
ana oilier point. Mr. Fred 0. Howe of
the State banking department met tho party
A very pleasant octal took place Tuesday
evening ut the Trinity M. E. church given by
the Sunday school chus No. 11; tho smallest
class that ha ever given a social. Tho affair
was a success financially and socially. Tho
Royal Brass Band discoursed some very pret
ty music, and the evening was spout most
An Informal reception was given Mr. and
Mr. Oscar M. Easterday at the homo of Mr,
Daniel Easterday Tuesday evening. Mr,
Easterday arrived in Lincoln with his hand
some bride Tuesday morning, and they ex
pect to occupy the new residence O. M. has
Just built on North Twenty-sixth street.
The Masonic grand lodgo met at Omaha
J Wednesday. Lincoln lodge No. 10 was rep-
Messrs. Ira and John Davenport, of Now
York, who own vast poso4loiis In Lincoln
and Nebraska, spent Sunday in Lincoln.
Miss Jennie Kldd, who ha boeu spending
the winter with Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Kior, left
Saturday for her home In Morrison, III,
Miss Lizzie Reeves left over the Burling
ton Wednesday for Corry, Pa., where she
will make an extended visit with friends.
Miss Rolln Bust, of Columbus, Ohio, and
Mis Maud Itemlck, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
aro visiting Miss Bessie Clark oi this city.
Mr. Carrie Rico and Mrs. Anna P. Pratt,
both of St. bouts, aro tuo guests of Mrs. 31
DeLovis at 040 South Twentieth street.
MIssMabello Tuttleba been elected a dek- I
gate to the annual convention of tho Y. P. '
B. C. E. to meet in MluneaolIs. Minn.
The picnic of the Pleasant Hour club
which was to have been hold Tuesday was J
postponed until sometime next week.
Ex-Senator Nebtt of North Platte, one of '
the orator of tho legislative session of two
year ago, wa in the city this week.
Mr. George Irvine of Texas, a cousin of
Mr. Elgin Mott of this city left last night for
his home after a visit in Lincoln.
Mr. II. W. Brown and family departed
last week for a two week's trip througli
Colorado und Southern Dakota.
MUsCora Donley, tt ho hit been spending
the whiter In Lincoln, has returned to her
home In Morguittown, W, Va.
Miss Lottlo Clark has returned from Cam-
New styles of
Invitations Just In at The
To Cat Off the Supply.
"Pa, why do thoy place a period after
Capt. nnd Col. r"
"I don't know, my son, unless it is bo
cause there nro so many thoy wniit to put
stop to them." Detroit Freo Press.
To Itself In many Important particulars, Ilood'
SarupsrltU li dlHorent from sua superior to any
Peculiar In combination, proportion and prep
aration of Ingredients, Hood's Bariapartll pot
testes tlio full curative value of the best known
remedies of the vegetable kingdom,
l'ecullur In Its medicinal morlt, Hood's Sariapa
rllla accomplices euro hitherto unknown.
Peculiar In strength nud economy Hood's 8ar
lapurllla Is tlio only tncSlcliio of which can truly
bo lal J, " 100 doiet one dollar." Mcdlrlnei In larger
and smaller Iwttlcs require larger doiet, and do
not produce as good rciults a Hood's 8ariaurllla.
Peculiar In Hi " good uauio nt homo " there Is
moro of Hood's SanaparlHa told In Lowell, whero
It It made, than of all other blood purifiers.
Pesullar In Its phenomenal record of tales
abroad, 110 other preparation hat over attained
tuch popularity In to thort u time. Do not to In-
duced to tukeany other preparation, lleturetoget
Soldbyalldruggliti. fljttxforfV 1'roparcdonly
by C. 1. IIOOI) i. CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Matt.
100 Doeos Ono Dollar
Who Wouldn't Buy
At 20 Per Cent Discount
The Entire Stock at your disposal. (Sales
for Cash Only.)
ED. G. YATES,
1120 O STREET.
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