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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1891
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POPULATION OF LIHCOLH 65,000
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
COH TENTH AN' I) 1' ST
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
a special!) '
A mil lino of lr Winner's ml nli'-l'"ril
nosiKin, i Niii.uw i:au ami kihuiiivfs
In luiuo ns.orlnu nix
We hnve I It mtino) Im
Tho Duttorlck'8 Pnttonis.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
Tim CoUiUKii will nut lx ieonslllo foi
any debt made liy mii mm In It name, ini
tmn milieu ordci iiit'ninimiiliM I lie wmio,
Don't Fall lo Inspect Our
Fall Line of Millinery
oim:ra iiorsr. aiitsut
Tim t'ourloi din be I'miiiil Al
Hold Lincoln NowsHtnlul
Windsor llnlol News Htand.
I'aplinl lloli'l NcwsHtuml.
Odrll's Dining Hull NuwsNInnil, IV.NO HI
Tim Oolhiini News Htiuul, 111 Month lllli HI
Thn Akix, III Nurlli lllli Hlieel.
11. Yoiimt, lirjo out reel
Clnwlli, riPlolHT A l" . 11.0(1 HltriiJ.
Wmtornehl's lliirbcr Shop, Hurr JllncK.
liitcrnutlnnnl New Kiiiiiorliiiii. liliOt
Hon run IMgnr Wore, I is Nmtu lllli HI reel.
Moore's NcwsHtmnl.lH South lllli Strut
IWAn extra nniiilj of ii'i m Is niw n) h mil
t tlio Hotiinui, in
mippllcs run short.
ease other Newsdealer
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
1 137 O Street.
Commencing April Hint. TllK COUHIKU
will liisoi t notices pel tnlnlng to soclnblos,
festlvnK lectures, meetings nud sermon for
II nlii.ii-liita fi..i nf clmrire. Adl el tlselllOII ts
for cmteilalnment vvheio nn ndmlssloii ls-
chnrgivl will ho Inserted nt oue-hnlf tho leg
I.Mritl Mini Personal.
Whltobrorst Coal mul Lime Coinpiiny
llutJj M. Wood, M. D., HSU 1 stieet.
Iincoln Ice Co., 1010 O St. Telephone US
Bugc-no llnllott, diamond merchant, 113 N
Oo. A. Kaymor, coal mul wood. 'Phono
MOO. mi O street.
Hnry Hiirphnm sell chamois skins for
Onon City Coal nt the Whltobreast
Coal anil Lime Co.
100 finest engraved calling cards mul plate
lor iW at Thk Couhikh oMeo.
Ladle kltl gloves cleaned or colored at Ltn
coin Rteom Dye works, 1100 O street. f
Professor G. W. Hill, teacher of Klociition
and Oratory, 0.15 south Elev enth street.
Cabinet taths for ladles given by Mis. 1).
IX Catlln professional masseur, 14J0 V street,
Ladles can liavo their party dresses cleaned
by thn French dry process at tho Lincoln
team dye works 1105 O street.
Applications 'oriental of Turner hall for
octal and dancing received nt 1. J. Wohleu
bergs U'nr toro, I2S 8. 11th stnvt.
Flannel shirts cleaned w Ithout HhriiiUlug ly
Uw French dry cleaning proce9, only IS cts.
atLlncoln Bteam Dye oiU, 1105 O street.
"Not how cheap, hut how good" Is the
motto of tho now Studio Lo Gimule. Call
and nee tlielr work, 1'Jl south Twelfth street.
The celebrated Egg Shampoo iemoes
ilandmlTand proinotei thn growth of thu
hair. For sale by Mi Joluistou till O
Never onlern photograph or picture of
any kind until you have seen tho noik done
at the new Studio Lo Qiaud", V2 south
Gcntlcineu should now get out their Iuh
toimmer's suit, tnku It to tho Lincoln Steam
dyeworks 1105 O sheet and hae it cleaned,
dywt,ri!paliedor pivs-l out.
Wlding ln Itntions, either pi in ten or en
KraMliu the finest stjleof the nrt nt The
Couiuxu olllee. Conect founs mid bwt
quality of stock guuranteed. Stun pies cheei
Original round oak stows, tho only nir
tight round oak stove 011 tho market, cone
quenMy the mcst economical 111 coiismuption
of furl. Sold only by Uituhnm and liuck,
1US1 O stieet.
Commutation tickets at Drown' retnu
ranta (good at either place), llvo dollars for
four dollars. This makes prices lower than
any ctlier plaeo In the city when the prices
charged ou hill of fare is considered .
All meals at Odell's new dining hall ie
durrd to twenty cents. No cieillt and 110
UcLWm to nnj one. The meals arc same as
fbrtutvly and the price lower than ever.
This mates the boaid nt Udell's cheap and
be best In the state fortlie money.
With thn exit of September we iliVinlvt
thoughts of slimmer mul begin to look for
wanl to thngiiitlsof tlmi'iimllig season"
Ortohiir M't-N tlio leturii of thn siiiuin rr
tinxi-li'iM ami tlilx Is tho mouth In which
people- prepnto for the winter. If the month
Is cihiI, ns It usii'illy Is In this climate, the
1 1.1.4 or kocIiiI MClU It)' which Is nt the IIikmI in
Ihi'iMiilKi'iiiidJiiiiiiiiiy, Ins lis source nt
thlstlnitiof thiijeni Now tlmt It Is long
since pint, we all ndiult that the senvm or
IM 'til was not as Iholy ns It might hno
biim This was dun ton Mil loty of cnuies
All of thesi have, It Is to be hopeil, since
Ihvii leiiiiM'l, mul there so'ini fioin thn
piesent (HitliHik to In nothing standing in
the way of this w Intern enjoyment IVnple
urn counting on 11 it active season mid e er
thing points In this diiectlnu Alietdy pliuis
are being pel footed for the rutertnlmueut of
thn gay circle, and luforo the mnlitli clos
the mii lous sih'lal oiganlitlous of the clt
will have euteied iipiu their nc'utoiued
loiltiil of festUlties or hae c miil"toil the
iiiiiiugciuents foi 11 Inter outlet', mid n num
ber of new clubs and ibiueltig t'oteiles, etc ,
hip piotulscd ami iier prospect of success
fill liiaterlnllitliiu. The I'leastut Hour
Club, the leading social assoclntlun of the
lit) was rcotgiiulred lor thn season of 11 'HI,
I'llda) eililugnt u mietiilg held at llttl .!
ritcher's The following olllcers were
tlected pifslilent, C It I'ither, lce-piesl-ilent,
II, O Picfiunn, Mt'titai, V. Mittou
Smith tieasiuei, Cliules L Hurr, miisier
of celemoiiles, I' V .'lining, executlxe
comiuitlee, S. T St John, C I) Mull"ii.
mul Iriink L llnthnwa Tne club stmts
out with fifty Ht'M'ii members mid with the
iissuinnceof liiilliiiut w iutet Atraugemeuts
liaxenot jet In-en complete,! but it Is pi oh 11
ble that the iieulng pmt will U'glHn
some time in Nowmhei It is the pieseut
itentlon to make the opening event a le-
ceptloii to newlj nmiiliil niemberN of whom
thel 11 w III iluutli hs be m end. I h i Til 's I a
P.eulug ilub which had such a successful
cmeei last 3 cur will linlil Its tlrst leguliii
inittlug Tuisihi) owning nt the icsldence
of AlU-i Ui nee (li lllltli, I'lfteeuthnudN stltet
Anew plan of work has been ndoote I and
much phasnre mul piollt me txiecttted
In thn ensuing months The (.'hnutnutpm
clivle including (lie one Jut oigauled lij
Mi IV i: llmd,me iibout to commence
the legular course and there is smo to lie mi
uuwouttsl actllt In this direction Man
of society 's hi Igliest mid most popular me in
heis nm turning to set Inns tilings tins ear
anil betwixt p vial couues at the uulei
sltles, chautauipia work, liteimy clubs, etc.
the) will lliiil pleut) to occup) their spate
hoiiiM. Tlie I'mtilarchs will be lleller thiiu
ever mid at IcaH two now dancing clubs me
Just now incmbi)o. Any nuinbei of hoiie
partlismiil itH'cptlonsaropromvd mid the
indications mtt that cards will icgaiii their
old time populmlty. The belles will lme
an iueienseil uuuibir of organizations xtrlct
ly their own, umoiig tlio uewir ones being
the 1 tcoiitly 01 gmilK.'d "Thimble Club" mid
the fair sex will not tie nt a loss for amuse
ment mul Instruction of their own, indepen
dent of tho lords of creation. And wed
dings too Four or lle will occur this
month and they may he looked forall w Intel.
Some of our most popular )oung piople
will be removed from tlio ranks oftlin single
by thu first 1 omul of matiimouial ccicmou
les. So, taking eveiy thing Into consldera
Hon theie mo interesting tiniM in stire
One of the most eujo) able evrlits of the
past week was a m ty given by Mls Lillle
12 llonfoy in honor of her lslting comln,
Mrs. Dr, Diudi, of Sioux City, li., nt tho
homo ot Miss IUm-iIo PadiKxik, 114 south
lilth stieet, Tuesday evening A paiticulai
1) pleiuant featmeof tho evening's enter-
tnlmeut wns thu rendition of t.eernl piano
selections by Mrs. . L. Hell. Piogreniw
hlgh-tUe wns Indulged In, after whlc. dainty
refieshmeiits were servtil Those particlptt
lug weie: K. II. Stocking, V. II Selty, O
W . l'erry, 1 O. Hird. 11 Wilson, W. II.
Staekhouso. V., Mlchuer, . J Comstock,
L. Wvssel, J. V. Mejers, M. K. radilock,
MKms K. Fox, Alma Sharp. Hilda II30I111111,
Kate Hesse, Jessie L-inder, Herth Hughes,
Mr. G, H. and Dr. Alice II. Crandnll, Mrs,'
V. L. Hell., Mr. and Mrs. i'nddoek and
Mis. H.J. Drink.
A new enrtl club hns Just been organized,
and from the tiimes composing tlio member
ship we would predict n very pleasant and
t'lijoj able season for thorn. They w ill meet
each alternate Tuesday evening, and their
membership has Ui-n limited to twelve
couple. Tho name chosen by them is nn ap
propriate one, ns their amusement will be
high fire mid they will bo kuonn as the
"Hon Fir Cluii" those Iwlug mcmliers are
Mesrs mid Mosdames O. M. Thompson S.
L Moore, A. K. Keunard, Cal Thompson,
K. K lirown.tl. k Mooiv, ueo. Cook. U. M.
Keefer, Geo. 11. Clark, A. G. Hlllmeyer, Jno
C. Allen.nndA. Hurlhut,Mr. & Mrs. Geo.
Claik, will entei tain tho club next Tuesday
evening, which will be their initial party.
Me Louis M. Colin, of whom mention was
made in our last Issue has rented the Io.mi ttou
at present occupied jointly by Ferry 0v Har
lis and Cutler iS: Co, 1217 O street. Mr.
Colin hns been ou a several mouths search
torn location mid Ills Ideal was finally tea-
'llred on sent chlng Lincoln. After slgiilug
tho lease Mr. Colin immediately left for
Chicago to bu) a stock of goods expjetlng to
ho ready for business by October 10. Tho
name of his store w ill lo "The Lea lei" and a
genei al line of dry gond, fancy good and
uoulties will be carried As the gentleman
tsnn established hustler for trade he will
make thing decldedl) lively In and mound
his place of business.
their future lioine ou the Ivaw Mr mul
Mrs, Gregg hnf leslded In Lincoln for the
Isist ten j ears, during which time Hiny have
ulwn)s moved In out most select elides
where their pieseuee will oft times be ml'sed
this winter Mr Gregg's Lincoln nllbv will
be continued mul thny hope to see their
f 1 lends on oecissloiml visits Mr lv)scr
williiuiiiiigu the local olllee
Miss I'.leanor T)iulale of tho 'Men mul
Women" couip my was tulertnluisl, dm lug
her shot t sta) in Lincoln, b) her mint Mis.
L Wt'sterinan, Sixteenth mul S stiects
MlssT)iulalo will be temembeiiKl by man)
Lincoln people, hn lull nppeatisl In this cit)
In V. with Modjeskaaud with "Slieniiiuloah"
In 1H), both of which times nlm was enter
tained by her cousins the Mess is Westei mull
of tills city A few few fi lends weie Invited
to the Wt'stirinali home Moiuln) evening to
ineetMlfs T)iulale 'lliej weie. Mr mid
Mm John M Tha)er, Jr , Mi and Mis II
T Dobbins, Miss (leitnule l.'iws M'stis G
W (lei wig mil mn I) Liu
Mr I' II Ames of New Ymk clt) and
Mis Helen I'oreiiiiin of this clt) vt-it tpilet
I) mm lied 'I Inn win) nfteiuoou ut live
o'clock ut thu home of the luldo's slstei. Mis.
O It Onklo), Sixteenth mul M streets
llev John Hewitt perfnrnusl the ceiumouy
ill the presence of lelnllves mid a few im
iiiedintu filends of the fnmll) 'Hi' tloinl
ilecointliius weie very beiiutiful mul the
presents were ver) elnborate and costly.
After the ceieinony 11 delightful Wedding
supM'i' was solved ami Mr mid Mrs Ames
departed on the 7 :W ti ilu for New York
clt J where tliu) will spend the w Intel
Mr, Wnltei L Diwson, bo ikkeepiT in the
olllceof public Imiilsmul billlillugs wus umi
rieil nt Heimelt, Nib Inst Tlimsdii) evening
to Miss Muggle I' llnrues, the beiiutiful mul
iiccoinpllshcd itaiighterof Judge J I). Hnines
of that place I'he ceienion) was peifoiiiird
al the home of the sister of the bilde, Mis.
W F Tin ln'tt and witnessed by the Imme
diate relatives mul Intimate fi lends of both
families. Mr ami .Mrs Dawson depm toil in
the evening for 11 short wedding lour lifter
which theg will nuike tlielr home in Lincoln
A vol) pleasant time was enj iy I by the
f 1 lends of Mi Chin les Webei wlio weie In
lted to sjieiid the evening ut his home, 70.'
South Klghtecnth stleet, the occasion being
his twent)-llit blithdii) M my Uiintirul
tokens weie piesetited him b) his filends,
which weie of courie lilghl) iippteu'ntid,
The Union baud toiiileiod seveiul excellent
selettlons and thu evening was thoroughly
o'ijo)cdb) evci)ono pre-ent.
I.ust wiH'k the etigngeui it was in ule pub
lic in Nebiaska fit) of Mis J niyliin Wei
vl to Mi Kitiil Sclmniof New York City
Tins weekthe uewscomis fiom I'hllailetphla
miiiouuclug the engagement of Hour) Wessel
tnMlsGince Arnold both of that city.
Kvidentl) tlie Wessil fmnll) 1110 enJo)ing a
inuli linonlal Imioiii
Lieutenant and Mis T W Gilllltli ic
tinned Ki Id i) f 1 out an extended sojourn In
the last nndmo ut the Inmeof Mis (iiitlith's
parents, Mr. and Mis 0. It Oiklo) They
will have next week for Ft Clatke, Texas
wheiu Lieiltenaut Gi'llltli will join his regi
ment. Judge J W Fitzgerald of St Mni)'s Kas.,
state delegate of the li i-.li national league of
Ameilea for tint state, was In the city Tues
day on his wu) to the convention of tlie
league in Chicago October lift mul second
mul wns thu gue-t of Hon. John ritigcinld.
Miosis. Wehter mid White of Central
Cit) 111 e in the cit) mul will 1 cumin mul be
come members of the L'tncastor county bar.
Mr, Webster was formerly tiensurer of
Merrick comity mul Mr, White is well know 11
heiensn gtndii'ito of the statu lllllvolslty.
Mr. JniuesM Unity ot Detiolt, Mich., is
in the cit v Nting w Itli his old friend, Hon,
li II. Oakly Mr. Hint) was a rexidcut of
Lincoln lltteeu )etu- ago uinl is biiipiised
mid delighted ut the taiiid growth of the
Mis. H W. Hulliuiiuof Spiinglleld, Ohio,
heailug of the illness of her )ouug gimul
cliill, Hazel, diughter of W S. HulTmaii,
12.M Ivstieet, came to Lincoln Wednesday
to be at the bedside of the little sullei r
Master M.uk II. llufoid left Tut "day with
his uncle. Cnpt. M 11. llufoid for a visit in
Utah. They weie accompanied as far as
Omaha by Major C II mid Miss Lizzie
Messrs. I'd ward Leigh, John Gesford, W.
J. O'llrlen mid Silas Needs, all of Ceieseo,
visited with H Nichols in tlie this clt) Tues
day. They weie oil theii wu) to Oklahonu.
A German club is being orgauizl in this
city to 00 composed of about twenty couples
It is their intention to g v e four genitalis tlur
lug the winter.
.Mrs. C. A. Jeuks returned to her home In
Mobile, Ala., Tuesday after spending u very
pleasant summer with her mother Mis, K.
Mrs A. 11 Metidenhull mid daughter, Mrs.
Itert K. lletts, itepmted Sunday evening to
visit with friends ami relatives at l'eorln,
Mr. Charles Strahler, a former resident of
Lincoln but noivof Hot Springs, 8 D , wns
In the clt) tills week
MlssHelln Wulkerof Stevenvllle. Ohio. Is
visiting her cousins Mr mid Mrs Kii'terday,
2.VWI Vino stteet
Mr ll'rt II ivvl' departed Weliimdiy for
Kewniiee, III , where he will spend a month
Mrs Mlxou mid Mrs. Ilnmllntoii of With
llm, ICnn., who have been visiting O. W.
Smith, left foi home Wednesday.
.Mr S W Little mul family are enJo)lng
n visit miioug telntlves mid friends in Los
Angelos On I
Judge M. II Iteeso and family have given
up housekeeping mul taken appartmeiits at
Mi. A W Pierce left Thursday for Pott
Worth, Tex., where he will make his future
Mi mid Mrs James Ivell) left Tuesday
for Chicago mul Mllwuukio for n month's
Mls Initio Hut r departed Sunday for Hos
ton, Mass , wheic sho will spend tlio winter.
Mr James Heatou has'gone to (Mchmoud,
Va , to attend tlie undertaker's convention
Mr O II Mm rll mul fuuilly have leturned
home after 11 few week's v Islt In Polk county.
Mr Willis Shorl hns returned from a visit
to Ids foi hum homo In Hiiuillu, W. Vn
Mr J A He) nobis left Wednesdii) on the
east bound tialti foi ludlnuaolis, Ind.
Dr. MiCimnm of Teciimseh was in the
( Ity Tliiiisdii) on his way to Chicago.
Mis. I A Seiss left Wodnes 1 1) for Sioux
Clt) to ntt'iid the corn p ilaco
Mis Hose Cooley is visiting lelnllves mul
ti lends In Morrison, Colorado.
Mr nut. Mis John ".-lining have gone to
houel plug ut 1115 II street.
Mr J S Marlleld lias gone to Pueblo.
Col , oil a business tl ip
Ml mul Mrs. M L Freeman lift Tuesday
for Denver, Colorado
.Mr John lv Light depirtcd Weilnesduy
moiniiig for DesMolues.
Mr.S Giniit mul F Soinervllle went to
Sioux Clt) Wediiisdn)
Mis W 11 Hester Is visiting telatlvis nt
Colfnx Springs, la
Mi II 1- A lllu of Cass count) is visiting
fi lends In this clt)
.Mi C O I'm ks is at Sioux City attending
the cm 11 pallnce
Mr. W S Scott lelt Monda) night for
Mr DiulelH Smith of Plattsmouth spent
Suiula) in Lincoln
Mr Paul Vandervoort of Oniiliiwus ill
Lincoln this week,
Mrs. 11 O Shepai d started Wodiu-dn) for
Mr P A Williams left Tuesday foi Col
orado Spi lugs
Mis, Pollock of Chicago Is visiting her ss
tei Mr ). Wise.
Mi (1 P Kllouslolber left )esterday for
Hon J M. Moon of Sioux City spent Sun
day In Lincoln.
Miss Mai cm Mellugh is visiting friends In
Mis HIss-ll has gone for a brief visit to
Mr Thomas F Seal of Unlmville. Pa , is
in the city.
Mr. Hlchnrd Hodd is speiillnga few da) s '
111 Detivet. j
Mr J T Weuwoith spnt the weok In
Mi II A. Tibbetts depirtcd Mondn) for
Mr. mid Mrs. ,1. J. Hutler left Monda) lor
Mr. and Mrs F A. II oth left Tuesday tor
Mr. W. Morton Smith spent Tueslu) in
Mr. Charles Thornbuig Is In Chlcagi 011
-Mr. T. J. Hudson left Motuliy for St
Mr. A. S. Williams has gone to Youngs
tow n, O.
Miss Kiln H. Luiels vlsltuig in Cincinnati.
Mrs. S Hurcli is v isitiug in Lelnuon, ICih.
Oloaks - Oloaks
$5 00 $6 00 $6 50 and $7 00
7 50 8 00 9 00 9 50
10 00 12 60 14 00 15 00
1 7 00 18 50 19 00 20 00
UP TO $50 00.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY !
Lndics we will give you ;i selection of Dress Gotuls that
will suit you.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST !
j w wiNGeR&eo.
1109 0 STREET.
C. R. RICHTER,
I rf rrrtrRiiitmrmrm 1-1 nun rrri irm il 1 1 1 nrrn
tr yy : xam mm w.m sii ?
1204-1206 0 Street.
Mrs. C. J. Todd, tho modiste left Tuesday
for Chicago where she will inspect thu latest
fashions, expecting to return within two
Mrs. O il Thompson gave a delightful
high live party Thursday evening at her
ulensnnt home, 521 south Fourteenth street
Tho decorations weio very tasty and Mis
Thoinpnou prov ed a delightful entertainer.
Thoo present were: Messrs and MesJnmcs,
John C. Allen, A. Jnuseu, A C. Ken
'nnid, Kdwnrd Hignell, li. Woleott, A.
JH. Wuir, Chailes Kwfer, E. K. Crilev,
George llrown, A M. Hiinl. F W. Haldwln,
John SaUbery, Oeorje Clark, A. W. Hill
iineyer, O, K. Mooie, Call Thompson, F. D.
I Houlette, David Wiw, Dll I) in of Ft. Scott,
t W. S. lluirmmi, J Q. Underwol, Dr. Da)
I ton, Dr. J. A. Halley, Dr. 11. K. Gillln, Dr.
i F W Tucker, Mr E. Thompson and Miss
Mi. Mason Giegg's business requiting his
constant attention in Kansas City wheie ho
has acquit ed nn Intel est in one of her largest
elevators, it has been fouti I ueoessi ry to lo.
catetheio p.'iinanently. Accoullngly Mr.
Gregg mul family left Monday evening for
Mr. II M.Stialher and family, of Haw I
iug Gteen, Mo., are v isitiug in the city, and
ate the guests of Mr P. S htvlnd and fumlly.
Mr. John L. Miller.Edgnr Miller mid Miss
es Fniiule Smith und Katie M Itlor, of Lu
Pa)ette, Ind , are visiting Mis. It. Q Green.
Huzel IlulVmau, vonugen daughter of W.
S Hullin.ui, 1'JH K stieet, died eaily this
morning utter ai illness of s-nei al d lys
51in. Dr. McKlbbeu of Joseph, Oregon mid
Miss M. C. Cat mean of Hopkins, Mo, are
vlsltlngT.il liecliannd family.
Mr. W N. Hhelnnder and fumlly leturned
Tuesday from u thieo week's visit to Silt
Lake Clt) mul points in Colorado
Mr W. A. Williams left Tueshi) evening
for Lamoul, la , having been en Iks I there b)
the seiious illness of his motliei
Mrs. A. McKoefer deputed Wednesday
for St. Louis, for n Hit ee wit'k's visit with
her daughter, Mis D P. Linge
Hev. HUliop Honacum leturned Saturday
from his St Louis visit mi I deput ted Tues
day tot Dubuipie, low a
Mu. Wise who has boon visiting her sUter,
Mrs. I) C Ke)e., left Thursdi) for her
homo in Lansing, Midi.
Misses Minnie and Olive Latta were in
Omiihn Wedne.-duy lu attendance upon the
Uui us Eastman wedding.
Mrs G W. Fischer, wife of Hullmaii oc
Go's mtUtlo designer, uirivod lu Lincoln.
her futuie homellimsday.
Mr.S. S. Clinse, an extensive propel t)
owner lu Liii'olumul a lesldeut o( Uw An
geles, Is at the Liudoll
Mr. and Mis. Chailes II, Wainei I etui ned
Tuevlay li oiu n visit to Hulfalo mid other
Hon. Atirnm Miller of Wushiugtoii, In.,
spent Tuesday in Lincoln ns the guest of
What is there that let tins Its value, Its
iienutv and Its admiration as well ns u dia
mond; Time does not harm Its brlllinucy,
Its spaikles never fall to charm the eye and
age makes no distinction as tochauge in val
ues They nre ulw nv s the same. Unlike nil
other jewels they never go out of st)le, mul
niondinlred alike by king nud pea-ant, iloh
and poor, high au lowly. Eugene Hallutt,
the Eleventh street jeweler has now nn n
sortment that for variety of styles, neat set
tings, handsome stones nud low prices, fur
surpasses all competition -If such there bo
any. Hnllet's dealings in diamonds have
been so extensive that in ) ears past he bin
established himself ns tlio diamond mei chant
ot Lincoln His place is headquniteis,
Never bu) u diamond until you havu seen
Dangler Gas Heating and Cooking
W. B. WOLCOTT,
130 South Eleventh St.
tl. K. lliowu, Kecelver.
Tho Lincoln city electric railway hns pass
ed Into the bunds of u receiv er nud the com t
hnsshowu uuusunll) clever judgment in tlie
appointment of Mr. G. K. Drown. Mi
llrown has hid experience in the stieet lai
busiuess and with his customary tact in that
line will uudouhtlilly bring the brslness
011 u p tying basis mid soon 1 educe or
wipe out the liabilities uoiv duj TI1.1 load
isgtvlnggood and legular s.rv ice mi I with a
mnu nt the helm like Mr llrown its business
will be much benelltted.
At Auction Household goods mul piano,
Mondn) at I o'clock i 11 , 1IU7 L street.
Tho Whitebi east Coal mid Lime coiiipmi)
is nlwn)sattho I lout supp))iug tho lluest
guides of nil kinds of coil
One hull lied lluest engraved calling cauls
and plate only fJ.JW nt Wessel Pi luting Co.,
113H N street
Now is the time to get stov es fo r the w In
ter. Dunham oc Huck have 11 big line of nil
the lluest miikes, They nNo lepnir old
stoves, set them up mid furnish pans needid
nt ienouable cost. Call, IUM O stieet or tul-ephouuV.i'.i,
Ladies hail dressing. Miss
Tlie Peninsular base bin ner i the latest
impioved heatei in the mniket. Hefoiebu)
lug, call and nee a full line at Dunham 00
Huck.lP.M O street.
Wedding in vlfitloiif Wessel Pilntlug Co.
lnptit mil CI111U c line nl onllneil
stvlislnl A l'l.-s. .I. MM noil IMICns
(OOlls M l.l.l ll. rhe IniKi'it vil
li, IV vie have v I sliown.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
1 7 iiia..M.ifci."' '
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