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CAPITAL CITY .COURIER,, SATURDAY, AUGUST j, 18.91.
WHta : st
POPULATION OF LINCOLN
Everything Reduced One
Half from former Price.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER.
The Couhikh will nut In rvNiiilbl for
any debt made Ity ' "" '" "M "'"" "
etis a written order nocoinpiinlo the same,
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
COR TKNTII AN'l) P ST.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
A mil lino of Dr. Warner' and Hall' Corset
HOHIKHY, liNDKHWKAK ANI Kll llt.OVKS
III I it rite assortment.
Wo luive llio agency for
The Buttorlck's Patterns.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
Tim Courier Can be fniniil At
Hotel Lincoln News Hliiud.
WlmUor Hold NcwsHtnnd.
Capital Hotel Now Miami.
Odell's Dining Hull NuwsHtnnd, IWrt.O HI.
The Gotham New Htuml. I1H Hoiltli lltli Ht.
Tliu Aihix, 111 North llth Htroot.
Kd. Yiiuiik, HMO O Htrvot.
Wosternolit's Harbor Hhop, llnrr Wook.
International News Emporium, ISO O Ht
Hon Ton Uigur Htoro, KM North llth Street.
Mooro' Now Htnnd.llrt South llth Htroot.
UTAH oxtrn supply of paper In ulwiiyx loft
at tho Uothitm, In ohm' til her Newsdealer
supplies run Nhort.
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
1137 O Street.
' Church Advertisement.
Commencing April IliKt, Tiik Couuikh
will Insert notice lHirtnlnlng to sociables,
festival, lecture, meetings ami sermons for
ull churched free of charge. Advertisement
for entertainments where, an admission l
charged will Im Inserted lit one-half the reg
Minn l.ultl Chirk rHnt Thtirr-luy III Oiiuiliu
Mr J II Mnrtln In vlMtlnnt Hot HprliiK"
Mr. C C. Mniseb'ftnn Tuesday for Call-
Mr. Tom M
Mr It. C Tmgdi-ii I visiting nt MhttiMin,
Moitoti Hinlth spent 1-ildiiy In
P Mnxon ha rctnrniMl from Hot
Cooko mux mi Oinnhu visitor
Iiiik letmneil from
Million Hmlth vMled Beulllou
Lcwl ami rorsonal.
Whttehr st Coal ami Lime Company.
L. Barr.Joweler, HMO street.
Ruth M. Wood, M. D liMtl 1 street.
Lincoln Ice Co., lOtU O Ht. Telephone 118.
Eugeue Hallett, diamond merchant, 113 N
Oeo. A, lUynier, coal ami wood. 'Phone
:tW). 1134 O street.
Henry Harpham sell chamois skin for
Canon City Coal at the Whitebreast
Coal and Ltnie Co.
100 fluent engraved calling cards and plate
for t&f" at Thk Couhuh office.
Try "The Finest" for Ice CreaniH, Ice,
Cake and Candle, ISM) O street.
Ladle kid gloved cleaned or colored at Lin
coln Steam Dye works, 1KW O street.
Mist C. J. Qullmetto, modiste, second floor'
Exposition building. Take elevator.
Dr. C. b! Manning removed to new oftloeM,
rooma'-SJ and Si. sccoml tloor llurr block.
Cabinet Uth for ladles, given by Mm. H.
1). Catlln, profewlonal maiweur, aM nouth
Twelth tret, Kennard block. JWSJ -It
Ladles can have their tarty drenmrs cleaned
by the French dry process at tho Lincoln
steam dye works 1105 O street
"Not how cheap, but how good" is the
motto of the new Btudlo Ia Grande. Call
and see their work, 124 south Twelfth street.
Gentlemen should now get out their Ian
Hummer's suit, take It to the Lincoln Hteaiu
dye works 1105 O street and have it cleaned,
dyed, repaired or pressed out.
Coal of every sice from the best mines in
Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado
and Wyoming for sale by (leo.-A. lUymer.
Telephone . Office UIU O street.
Wedding invitations, either printed or en
graved lu the f next style of the art at Thi
Courikh otllce. Correct forms and best
quality of stock guaranteed. Samples cheer
Commutation tickets at Brown's restau
rants (good at either place), five dollars for
four dollar. This makes prices lower than
any other place in the city when the prices
charged on bill of fare U considered ,
Qkolooihth Havk Decided the earth's
earth's crust to be over 100 miles thick. Thi
is about the thtckne of the man' head who
buys bis railroad tickets by some inferior and
poorly equipped line, when he could get a
ticket by the "Burlington" at the tarn rate.
Mln Merlin Burr returned fium Cietu
MrH. M. ImiIm'IIk Bond lift for Chicago
Mm. II N. Doicynf I'lultMnoutlilNvlnltiiiK
MIm Klttln Kleutch Iiiih riturncl from u
vMt to Oiniihii.
Mix. K. II. Itighter Is enjoying n vlxit nlth
filctiiU in Denver,
MIm ICntcr Joiich In vUltlng her xUter, Mrx
Keriy of Omnlia,
Mix, J. W. Winger returned Wednextlny
from Miincle, liul.
Mix. Uurd left Hiimlny to visit friend at
Dcx Miiliicx, Iowa,
Mr J. M. I'Minluxton mid win departed for
Mr JauifxK, Kerrlx has lieen xiendiug the
wivk lu Black Hlllx.
Mlxx Klorenco Hawley returned Thursday,
from Nebraska City.
Mr. It. B. Wilson Iiiih returned from a
visit to Albany, N. Y.
Mr. Chai'llu Crow returned Monday from a
trip to the Tai'illi) coast.
MtwxrH A. J. Itiistlu and Walter A. Hcott
have gone to Han Kiauclxco.
Mr H. K Hay is attending the gi'iinil en-
caiiipmunl at Detroit, Mich,
Mr. mid Mrs. Chat lex Marshall are vlill
lug with friends lu Denver.
Mrs. A. U Joluon of Crete is the guest of
her sister, Mix. A. 1. Fair.
Mr. H. T Ht John litis returned from a two
week's outing at Hplrlt Lake.
Miss Henrietta Hawley Iiiih icturncd from
a vllt to Cedar Itnplds, Iowa.
Mr. It. I.. Mutcalf of the Omaha World
Herald wax lu Lincoln this week.
Dr. C. K. Ladd Iiiih gone for a brief visit to
his old home, Whllo Hall, Illinois.
Mrx. O. It. Oakley entertained a few
filumUnt Button and HoIIowIiusVh.
Ml Wiley of Dunkirk, New York, U th
guct of Mr. and Mix. M. 1). TilTnuy.
Mr. H. I). Kllpatriek and Mix Hay Ktlpat
tick of Beatrice ate visiting In the city,
Mr and Mrx. W. 1. McAithur left yester
day for a trip to the. Black Hill country.
Mis Lillian Hunting of Clinton, lown, in
the guest of Mrs. W. J. Cooer, tilltt J stieet.
Minxes Ona Iiuhoir, Htella Klllottaud l.illlo
Toft are visitiiiK Mix Htella Karris in Omaha.
Colonel W. F. Kelly left Tuesday for a
three weck'x visit at his old home in Cincin
nati. Miss lottie Thomas of Omaha is visiting
her cousin, Mi-w Mamie Uiegg, at lit 1 1 T
Mr. Hubert W. Furnas of Browuvillc, sec
retary nf the state board of agriculture i in
Mix K. A. Kiinpp left WMlttewlayfor Alii
unco, Neb., where she httx a large clasx lu
Misei Margie Winger, Hoho Foster and
Beeslo Boyden ale vliitlug In tint TIioiiik,uii
Mrs. . liowan of Concordia, lvas.,is
visiting Mrx. W K. Kirker, IkJH south Heveii
A company of M street Indies contemplate
giving a picnic next Wednesday afternoon
L. Wilson, the druggUt, left last Huuday
for a two weeks' visit at hlx old home lu
Dr. F. 8. Billings left Monday for Chicago
to meet Mrs. Billings, who has been visiting
in New Kugland.
Mr. U W. Hinlth ha gone to Kirkvllle,
Mo,, where he will spend several weeks vis
iting with friend.
Hon. James Kelly, excise commissioner,
and wife have returned from their sojourn
to Colfax Hprlngs, la.
Mr. M. E. Paddock started Monday for
hi former home in Illinois where he will re
main until Heptember.
Mrs. H. B. Hawyer ami baby Helen left
Monday evening for a two weeks visit with
her mother in Michigan.
G. C. Ht. John und bride nrrived yesterday
lu Uncom, ntler a weiMing tour of three
mouths. Mr. and Mrs, Ht. John are stov
ping at the Lincoln Hotel.
Mr. Abe Btelnberg and family of Topeka,
Kas., are vUltlug Mr. and Mrs. Barr at
their residence 1218 Q street.
Mr. and Mm, B. It, (Jowdery and fimlly
retumeil Monday from a visit to Halt Lake
City. Denver and other points.
Mr. W . Townsend, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. E. 1. Holmes, returned Mon
day to his home in Utica, N, Y.
Mrs. Thomas H. Benton, Miss Muggle Eng
lish ami Miss Gertie Aiken left Huuday for
an outing at Hplrlt Like, Iowa.
The Misses Nouah and Nina Lawe of Mon
roe, Mich., are the guest of Ml. Kim Kick
etU at Eighteenth and M streets.
Dr. Leonhardt and daughter left Wednes
day for Buffalo, N. Y., the lakes and the
islands of the Ht. lawrence river.
MUa Georgle Hawk arrived from Nebraska
City Thursday and is the guest of Miss Halite
Hooper at Eighteenth and M streets.
Mr. W. C. I'omfret, accompanied by her
daughter left Thursday for Washington
City, where she goe to visit relative.
Mr. B. Behne, who has been staying in Lin
coln for the past three mouths, returned to
his home lu l'ropheUtown, III., Monday.
Mr. F, F. Boose went to Grand Island
Monday to meet with the A. O. U. W. Fi
nance committee In session at that place.
visiting in Lincoln till wek ami lm nlKiut
dit'liloil to make Lincoln hi pvrinniieiit home.
Ml'sJMnu Lnimtif DeiMnliiM, In. I" the
guest nf her sister, Mrs, W H, Hummel on
II street and "111 remain iliirlngtho summer
Prof George W. Hill, who litis liten spend
ing hi vncntioti In the east, will return next
week to ohii a cIiim In elocution ami oratory
Mr and Mrs. H L Hinlth, Mr ntnl Mrs
D. D. Pleison, and Mln Mary MiKirn left
WiilmMlay for a visit to Hot Hprlngs, H. D.
Mr. and Mi. George Wiley, who have
la-en visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Tiffany,
left Wednesday for their home In Dunkirk
Mr. M. A. Warren, Mi's Fay Warren and
Master Hurry Warren of Jersyvllle, III., are
the guests (,f Mr. C W. Cockrell, nt tlie
Mlsx Etta Mnwu left yesterday for Clilcngo
euioutttto Htirluglleld, Illinois, wheie she
will sK-nd several weeks visiting friend and
Mls Clarkle Pace, after visiting at Wex
tervlllu a inoutli, hn leturnetl and I mice
more at home to friends at Twenth sixth and
Mr. D. Cunningham of Cadi, O., presi
de! t of tliu Harrison National hank Is in thu
city on a visit to his son, Mr. John B. Cun
ningham. Mis Hi-leu M. Ntiuce, daughter of ex gov
ernor AlblntiN Nance, I a guest nt the home
of her mint, Mm. V. C. Blnrens, nt '-''VIS Gar
Miss Alice Coffey and sister of Chicago,
HI., arrived In this city Thursday ami are the
guests of Mr. and Mi. John Filgerald nt
Mrs. Liuranud Miss Louisa McGrew loft
Wednesday evening for Montrose and Fort
Madison, lown, where they will visit for
Mr. Ackertnnn left Huuday for the eust
wheie he will remain u few weeks, purchas
ing his fall Hue and securing nil early selec
tion of novelties,
Mix, Henry II, llnrth, who ha U-eii visit
ing Hot Spring, Odell, Custer and other
pleasure resort of .South Dakota for the past
month, ha returned.
The monthly social of the Plymouth Con
grcgtttiounl church was held lant WednestUy
evening on Mr. Walllngford'slawn at Heveii-
teeuth and Clieny streets.
Mr. and Mr. H. J. Tuttle und daughter,
Ml Helen, nre lu Boston visiting their
daughter, Mis Daisy, who 1 completing her
musical studies in that city.
A very enjoyable party was given by Mr
and Mr. Barr nt their home 1218 Q street
Inst Haturdny afternoon In honor of their
guest Miss Iittlo Steinberg "f Topeka, Knh.
Mr. ami Mrx. J. II. Howe and grandson,
Harry Murray, who have been visiting ith
fi lend au relatives lu Denver and Colorado
Hprlngs for the past two mouths, returned
Mr. and Mr. F. A. Brown returned Mon
day from n three week' trip to Niagara Falls,
Buffalo, Toronto and down the Ht Lawrence
river through tho Thousand Island to Mon
treal anil Quebec.
Mr. Will Walton of the Clark & Leoimr
Investment company Is enjoying quite an ex
tended vacation. He stopped off lu the city
last Huuday on hi way from Halt Lake City
to Toronto, Canada, and the east.
Mrs. B. W. Preston mid little daughter
Edith, of Oskaloosa, la., arrived in Lincoln
Thursday and will spend several week visit
ing with thu family of Mr. and Mr. M. A.
Blauchard, nt 0.14 south Tenth street.
The Misses Bertha mid Birdie Hughes enter
tained ii fuw friend at their home. Twenty
fourth and O street Thursday evening it
high live. Elegant refreshments were nerved
mul a pleasant time was enjoyed by all
Thu approaching nuptial of Mr. George
A. Crnuccr mid Mis Mnuilo Yott I an
nounced for next Wednesday at high noon.
The ceieiuony will be witnessed by none but
relative, after which Mr, and Mm. Crancer
leave for the east on an extended bridal tour.
Mrx. B. W Pre-'ton and little daughter
Edith, wife nuddaughtur of County Attoi
noy Preston of Oskaloosa, Iowa, arrived in
the city Tuesday and will spend several weeks
v siting lelatlves and frlendi. They are thu
guests of Mr. Preston's parents, Mr. and
Mrx. M A Blntichard at tai south Tenth
most elrgnnt refreshment were served, after
which music mid pUasnnt conversation were
Indulged In until n late hour when the guests
departed wishing their host and hostess many
happy return of the day Among the guests
weie Mr ntnl Mr. A I' lllcket, Hnrgrtnvt-s,
Hum ley, Abbott, Prof. Joins nnd family,
Mrs. Iliirge, Mrs. C. II. Hooper, H V. Wil
son, Mrs, H. Wessel ami Mrs. Htrasburg from
Chicago, Mrs, Hartley and children, Mr.
English, Me-rs. Elliott and Kelly.
Mr M Ackeriunii eiiteitnlned u party of
friends lu u most delightful manner Thurs
day afternoon nt her pietty home on G
street. Elegnnt refreshment were served
from dainty decoiated table scattered
throughout the apartment. Among the
fortunate pin tlclpnlit welo; Mosdwues, M.
A Nun murk, Cha. Mayer, D. Brui-ks, L,
Wessel, Jr.M Kolm, H, Mayer, 11 Gold
smith, H. Wessel, A. KnUensteln, Jr , I Op
peiiheiuier, H, Hellgsonn, H. Meyer, Ed. Htrns
burg, 1 Hteluhei g of Topek i,M. Oppenhelm
r nnd I Friend.
Miss Anna Barr entertained u company of
friend last I'uesd ij evening on her beauti
ful mid cupaclou lawn at Thirteenth und II
streets, The evening wa nil that could be
deslted for such an occasion und passed
nway very pleasantly. Those pieseiit weiu
the following, MI-xh Ik-rtlo Buir, Gertiudu
I.uws, Theodositi Laws, Mluulu Lntta, Maude
Hmlth, Clara Walsh, Maud Mlllorof No mirk,
N, J , Grace Grilllth, Delia Loomls, Messi
Hnrry Fret-man, Will H. Htull, Otto Moliren
steelier, W, Morton Hmlth, Will Hardy,
John Doigau, G. W. Gerwlg, Will Meyer,
F. C. Zehrutig und Dr C. F Ladd.
Mr John Hood celebrated hi sixteenth
blithday auulversary lastHatunlay evening;
by giving a reception to his friends at the j
residence of his parents 115 J stieet. The re- I
ceptloti lasted fiom seven until eloveii und u
Very pleusinit time was enjoyed by nil, Fol- '
owing nro tlii name of thosu present. Misses i
Lulu Krone, Mue Nooiian, Daisy Condon,
Mary Sullivan, Maude Tylor, Mprtle Hteven
sou, Laurie Dethlefs, Mjrtle Bohannu, Clara
Wolf, Madgie Lnnnle, Fannie Geuting, Nnn
lile Hood, Messeis Fnsl Kone, Hobert Char
ter, Henry denting, John Fimiklin, Will
Tyler, Charles Caldwell, Fred Grimes, Her
belt Gaiduur and Charle Hood.
The residence of Mr. and Mr, Chapman at
Fourteenth nnd T xtieetR wa the Kcene of u
merry gathering of young people last Katur
day evening. It was the occasion of a de
lightful little paity given by Mr. Boy C'lmp-
inun In honor of his cousin und guest Mis
Chapman. Thu evening wax spent lu dune-
lug, curds und other xoclal amusements.
Elegant ref i eshmeiit were served and the
evening passed In a most enjoyable manner.
Those pi esetit were: Misses Chapman, Marie
Marshall, Lucy Oillllth, Maud Oakley. Kit
tie Kleutch, Ethel Hooper, Messrs, John Lot
terldge, Kase Edwards, Matt Baldwin, Boss
Curtis. A nla Chapuiuii.
Thu parly of Lincoln society people
now lu camp at thu Crete Chautauqua
gtouiid seem to be availing themselves of
the usual amount of amusement mid enjoy
ment that this popular and favored placo iif
fords. A number of Lincoln young men vl
Bed the cntup during the week and rupoit a
very enjoyable time. Hpeclul provision wax
made for the entertainment of their visitor
last Haturday evening in the way of a inln
ttrel show which proved a great suct-ex.
Tho following K!rsons comprised the party
Haturday and Huuday: Messrs und Mes
dames, A, B. Coffroth, A. G. Beuion, Greene,
F. L. Sheldon, J. A. Buckxtnff, C. C. Burr,
Mrs. Zehruug, Misses Minnie ami Olive
Ijitta, Bertiu uud Maudo Burr, Faiiuiu Haw
ley: Messix F. C. Zehrung, Will Hardy,
Charles IWw ley, Frank Burr, Fred Suii.er,
H. T. Ht. John and Dr. C F. Ladd.
LETTING DOWN PRICES
The season for light weight underwear is nearly over
with the retail merchants and we are anxious to dispose of
what we have left, even if it must be done at a sacrifice.
Friday and Saturday
We place on sale on our center counters the following:
Our tot of .in'i-V yot'y JtifM Giime Our luf, (onihtiiii,' of nil out1 fiiifi finite
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ntnl I'micti iiiln,'itn Umtrrxmir tlmt
that :i- snil fur jo, 6j mul ffi cmh. font
ur oit ,i jo,j7-Jiin,tjjc,ciicr,ftir
its toilrmul fat clioiir of tlii' In foi
2ic Each. j 33c Each
It will pay you to buy Underwear at these prices even if you
have to carry them over until next season.
Special inducements on
Call and see what we are offering.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS GO.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes.
1518-1520 O Street. Telephone 448.
NOITNETTA RUOY STCARTTA.
The liculliiic of this advertisement is
not printed in ;i foreign language, but
has simply been tinnpo-od and is read
from rlijlit to left. It has been ct till I I
way for the purpose of nttr.u-tlni; our ak g
attention A this ha been nccoin- Lv)V'
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A bald headed woman is unusual before
xho is -10, but gray hair Is common with them
earlier. Bnldne and grayness may bo pre
vented by using Hall's Hair renewer.
Mrx. Carolina A. Jones, wifu of the super
lutendent of public Instiuctlon of this city,
left Tuesday ufteruoon for Detroit. At that
point she will take an Anchor Line steamer
for her old home. While in the east, Mrs,
Jones will visit Cambridge, Mineral Kpilngs,
Chautauqua, Niagara and other olnt.s of in
terest. Thu Uonnaslunco Literary club held u veiy
pleasant outing at Lincoln park yesterday
afternoon. Thoe present were; Messrs and
Mesdnmcx. Frank Hall, E. H. Huwley, A.
W. Field, A. J. Hawyer, A. C. Biekelts, E.
T Hartley, II. H. Wilson und the following
little one: Georgle Flak, Al'ln Field, Helen
Wilson, Blossom Wilson, Curl HaitUy, Nel
son Hawyer, Charlie Hawyer.
Miss E. A. Kunpp entertained u few friends
at tea Tuesday evening at the Bond hotel In
honor of Mr. lOngwell, who is about to leave
Lincoln to take up his permuiient abode in
Omaha. Those present weru: Mrs. Bond,
Mrs. Miltonbesger, Mr. Kent of Peoria, 111.,
Mrs. C. W. Ku.-tpp, Miss Grace Ktiapp, Mr.
L-jngwell, Mr. Comstock, Mr. J W. Hmlth,
Mr. Mlltonburger und Dr. Vandala.
A congenial party of Lincoln people en
joyed an outing and dance at Lincoln park
last Tuesday evening. Among those prese nt
were tho following: Mr. and Mrs. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. Tate, Miss E. A.Knapp, MUi
Talbott, Mis Lucy Grilllth and MWxCur
iimudny and Hteeu, Messrs. I)ngwell, Gom
stock, John Ittteradge, Charlie McCall,J.
W. Hmlth, Kind and Polk.
A merry gathering of younk people drove
to Lincoln jark yesterday afternoon about
four o'clock nnd enjoyed a delightful after
noon and evening. Dancing was the princi
pal feature of the occasion. Thosu present ,
were: Misses Ena Hickstts, Florence Winger, ,
Llbbie Heacreat, Dora Harley, Joe Winger, 1
Ella Haymoud, Nonah mid Nina Iiwe nf .
Monroe, Michigan., Fniinle Hawley, Flor
ence Hawley, Henrietta Hawley j Messrs I
Fred Plummer, Fred Whit, Will Baymond,
Eugene Pace, ilarry Harley, Harry hvans, i
Freil Hmizer, Lowe Bickett, Halsey Yatex .
and John Farwell. '
A most delightful social occurred at the
corner of Eighteenth and-M streets Tuesday
evening. It was Mrs. George H. I'oehlerV
thirty-tlrst birth day, and her husband sur
prised her most agreeably by inviting In
their friends and neighbors to help celebrate ,
the event. Mr. P. proved himself a host of !
no ordinary ability. He conducted the affair
so admirably that hi better half had not
even the shadow of a suspicion of what was
going on. The lawn was beautifully lighted
with Chinese lantern. Tables nnd chairs
The celebrated Egg Hhuiiipoo removes
dandruff and pi omotes thu growth ot the
hair. For sale tv Miss Johnston, Ull O
Thu day of souvenir spoons becomes uioru
populm with each settinil of the sun and
thi fact is clearly demonstrated at Halletts
where the demand Is nlwaj good lor novel
ties. Inflict Hallett seems to be headquar
ters for this class of good anil certainly hi
elegant lihu miikt liiiu wuithy ol Mich do
stiuctioii. Theie is nolhlng in sooiHtlmt
he ha not In stock, from ufterdlnner coffee
to tho largo mul uiaguitlceiit up Indie.
They nro in nil shape-i, in thu vnrlous new
design nnd in nil weight and quulltles. At
such price u to attract your attention und
admiration. Call and see Eugene lhillett
nnd buy nothing in hlx line until you have.
Frank Lahr is uiuklngiiblgrun on Mason's
fiult Jars, stonu fruit Jnr and Jelly glasses.
lie I closing out refrigerators, fieeers,
x-reeii window uud all summer good nt
such price as will inovu them. Don't buy
anything In tho above line until you havo
seen Frank I.ahr, Will P street.
The best domestic coal in thu market for
4.40 delivered. Be sure to try Eastern Wy
oming nut for sale exclusively by Geo. A.
Taking the Conceit Out of Illtn.
"How do you like my new suit, Maria?
All wool and a yard wide, chf" said old
"Yea, that' tho trouble," returned Mr.
B. "It's a yard wide, and you ain't more
than twenty-four inches acrott." Harper's
If Still Standlus;.
Visitor to Chicago (In 1893) I've heard a
great deal about the wonderful architec
ture of this city. What do you consider
your crack building?
Chicago Man (with great promptness)
The postolHce. Chicago Tribune.
Mr. L. P. Gould of Owasso. Mich, a friend
and claw mate of Mr, Ham E. Law ha been j were placed about under the trees where the
What is Scrofula
It It that Imi'iirlty In Ilia Mouil, wlilcli, soeumu
Utliitt In tlm ifUiuU of tliti nick, produces un
sightly lumps ur swelllnga; which cauivi painful
running sure mi the snnt, legs, or feet; which
developes ulcers In the ejrei.esr, or note, often
csuilng bllndtien or def neii ; which It the origin
of pimples, nuicerout growthi, or insny other
manlfeiutlont mushy ascribed to " huraort."
It It a more formidable enemy than consumption
or cancer alone, for scrofula romblnes the wont
possible features of both. Ilelugj the molt anchnit,
It It the most general of all dlteaiet or affections,
for very few pertont are entirely free from It.
How can It be cured 1 My taking Hood's Saris
parllla, which, by the curet It hat accompUined,
often when other medicines have failed, bas
proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine
for thlt disease. Kor all arTeotlont of the blood
flood' KartaparllU l uuequr lied, aud tome of the
eur'et It hat effected are really wonderful. It you
suffer from tcrotula In any of Itt various forms,
be sure to glveHood's Kartap&rlUa a trial.
Boktbyalldruffttts. fllxforfi. rrepsredouly
by C. I. II OO I) CO., ApoUiscarlM, Lowell, Matt.
IOO Dos On Dollar
plishcd, we now Imltcyou to visit our
store nt 1 13 1 N street, nnd see the beau
tiful line of paper hanging unit mould
Inn we c.irn . You might want some
of them one of these days nnd It would
be n yowl Idea to know where tlic enn
THE INTERIOR DECORATIVE COMPANY.
1134 N street.
A. C. Zikmku, Pres. Carl Ki.wick, Mgr.
C. R. RICHTSR
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1204-120M O STIIvRT
WE regret to have louliioiiluluthu llrsl boating aeclduul of the season,
which took place on Tuesday last. It appears that two men lull
here ahout 5 o'clock on tho evening of that ilay, ami when In the
middle of Halt Creek a kuiMoii scmall struck their frail haik. They Immedi
ately put about nuil endeavored to reach the opposite side, hut owing to the
suihlcn blow an oar wax lot, so that nil chance of gaining shine vanished.
They were about abandon nil hope when out, ot them dlt-overed that he
had on a pair ol Nlshot'-. chenp hut survieahlu Watur-prool, Cork-lluod
Hhoes, in which ho wuded ashore, draw In the hoat ufler him. II wa a
Ludlis', Mh-HeH'.lllrlh' Meu'H, Q LI f CQ At price that will astonish
Hoy'. Youths', Aiulhlmr OnUDO you. fall ami seo them.
IOI5 O STREET.
S. B. NISBET,
100 Engraved Calling Cards
And Copper Plate, for $2.50.
If you have a Plate, we will furnish 100 Cards from.
same, at $1.50.
WESSEL PRINTING COMPANY.
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