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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000,
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
COU. TENTH AND VST.
LADIES' FURNISHINC COODS
A (till lino uf Dr. Warner's mid Hall' C'nre
IIOMKKV, UNDKIUVKAH A.NI1 KM) (JI.OVRS
III Iniuu assortments.
Wo hne I do niicuey for
Tho Buttorlok's PattornS.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
The CoimiKii will not u iisonslblo for
any debt nindo by nny ono In It tininc, tin
r it written order ntxtiniiumltti tlm miine.
WE CAN SUIT
flQQ Trimmed Hats 1
Hanging III I'llcn from
$1.00 TO $20
CALL AND SEE THKM.
Tho Courier Can be Found At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htnnil.
Windsor Hotel Now Htnml.
Capital Hotel New Htnml.
Otlell'a Dining Hull New Stand, IIUH O HI,
The Gotham New Htnnil, US South 11th Ht,
The Apex, 111 North llth Street.
Bd.Yuumr, 1020 O Street.
(Mason, Kletolmr A Co., 1120 O Htreet.
Wcstortleld' Ihirber Hliop, llnrr HloeR.
Internutlonnl Nowh Kniporlmn, 12.HO St.
Don Ton Ulnar Store, IM North llth Htreot.
Monro' Now Htaiid, 113 Houtli llth Htreet.
IfAn extra supply of paper In always left
at llio uoiiiniu, hi
applies run short.
enso other Newsdealer
W. R. DENNIS &
! 1 137 O Street.
Commencing April first, The Couhikh
will Iniert notice pertaining to sociables,
festival, lectures, meeting ami Hermont for
all churches free of charge. Advertisement
(or entertainments where an admission la
charged will lie inserted at one-half tho reg
ularrate. Local and Personal.
Whltebrerst Coal and Lime Company
Ruth M. Wood, M. D., 1220 P street.
Lincoln Ice Co., 1040 O St. Telephone 118.
Eugene Hallett, diamond merchant, 113 N
Geo. A. Raymer, coal and wood. 'Phone
:;i0. 11IH O street. '
Henry Harpham sell chamois skins for
Canon City Coal at the Whltebreast
Joaland Lime Co.
For tine millinery at economical price tee
Herpolshelmer & Co'., flue line,
100 finest engraved calling cards and plate
for t Vi at Thx Courier office.
Ladies kid glove cleaned or colored at Lin
coln Bteam Dye work, 1100 O street.
Professor G. W. Hill, teacher of Elocution
and Oratory, M5 couth Eleventh Htreet,
Cabinet baths for ladle given by Mrs. D.
D. Catlin profesaioual mateeur, 1220 P street.
Ladle can have their iarty dresses cleaned
by the French dry process at the Lincoln
steam dye work 1101 0 street
Applications for rental of Turner hall for
socials and dancing received at P. J. Wohlen
berg' cigar store, 128 8. llth street.
Flannel shirts cleaned without shrinking by
the French dry cleaning process, only 13 cts.
at Lincoln Bteam Dye works, 1105 O street.
"Not how cheap, but how good" is the
motto of the new Studio Le Grande. Call
and see their work, 124 south Twelfth street.
The celebrated Egg Shampoo remove
dandruff and promote the growth of the
hair. For sale by Mis Johnston, 1114 O
Never order a photograph or picture of
any kind until you have seeu the work done
at the new Btudlo Le Grande, 124 south
Gentlemen should now get out their Ian
summer' suit, take it to the Lincoln Bteam
dye work 1103 0 street and have it cleaned,
dyed, repaired or pressed out.
You can get a greater variety of wool
underwear in ladle, mens and children' at
HerpoUbelmer & Co. than in any other
house in the west. Price the lowest.
Wedding invitations, either printed or en
graved in the finest style of the art at The
Courier office. Correct form and best
quality of stock guaranteed. Sam pie cheer
Original round oak stove, the only air
tkht rouBd oak ttove on the market, conse
quently tho mort economical m consumption
ocrueL Bow only uy uunnam ana buck,
1186 O street.
The first dancing pnrly of the ""' "
held In Masonic temple Thursday ' evening
with Mr. Uw mid Mis 'ay Marshall it
host and hostess. They proved delightful
entertainer mil' a happier company of
young eoplo new-r gnlhered tlirro. Tho
"Mist of th'J season" nlany llnd tho Iiu-m-U-r
of tho guy circle fresh nml enthusiastic
nml on this occasion with tho warm hospl
lallty of tliopiitortnliioisandthi genial spirit
of Him guest, there wn mom real enjoy
ment than I often found even at a dancing
pnriy. It was a highly creditable opening,
prvNiglug delightful event or a simi
lar kind which mny bo looked for In tho coin
ing mouth. There was a largo nttondniieo
nml many of the toilet wero now nml hand
some. Tluwjlnvlted were! Lieut, and Mr.
T W. Grllllth, Messrs and Memlnmes, Max
well, John West, VniiDuson, 11.8. Mcintosh,
llunkle, Young, K. O. llrndloy, II. It. Nlssley,
Myron Wheeler, I). 1 1. Wheeler of Oiiinhoi
Misses Nellie Kelly, Oeitrudo .leinor, llertle
Mcllilile, Gertrude Laws, Minnie mid Ullve
Lnttn, LUIIa llnthnwny, Knclmel It rock, Nel
lie White, Jeannotto Wilson, Lottie Amlru,
Klorenco Drown, llertle mid Lulu Clink,
.Mntidu Hiultli, Clarklo Pace, Margaret llnlnl,
Klttlo and Alice Cowdroy, llnttlo Inland,
Kniiiiy nml Klorenco Hawloy, Hnllle Hooper,
Mmtha 1'iiuke, Maud llurr, Anna Kunke,
Leila Shear. Maud Miller, Maud Hammond,
Grace llui r, Carrlo Ielniul, Badto Decker,
Nnn Lllllbrldge, Jo Winger, Katie Miller,
Binlth, McLaughlin, Gertrude and Cnroln
Hill, Messrs, Fred HouU, W. Morton Smith,
McArthur, Oscar Funke, Stove Lnugworthy,
Dr. Hpahr, Hob. Mulr, Dr. O. F. Lndd.'S. T.
Ht. John, Charles Hall, Will Clarke, C. All
dm, Frank llurr, Charlie llurr, Will Hardy,
Mark Wood, John Dorgnu, Will Meyer,
Hob Joyce, Frank Everett, Fi auk Hatha
way, Bam Low, J, 11. Lcinlst, Frank Mi
ning, Fred Howe, Will Hammond, Hnrry
Hnll, C. Y. Smith, Ed Fltgornld, E. J. Kit 7.,
gerald, Harry Lansing, Dr. Hooves, Joseph
Digger, Frank Pollr, Dert Wheeler, Charles
Mullen, Martin Altkeu, Harry Kreoman,
FredShole, Charllo Hnwloy, C. E. Mont
gomery, C. Magoon, Mark')) I, C. H. Hlchter,
McDrido mid Neil Miller.
About forty croiiK, being tho fmiuedlato
relatives of the contracting parties and their
intimate frlemU, assembled nt the residence
of Hon. Willlniu Loose, 1847 G street Thurs
day at ilueu A.M. to witness the unir
rlnge of their dnughtcr Etlle Willetta, to Mr.
Archibald Alfred Scott, ouu of the Kpular
teller In the First National bank. The cere
mony was very impressively jwrformwl by
lle'. H. T. Davis, using the wedding ring,
tho bridil party mnrchliig hi to the innslo of
"Mendelssohn' Welding March." The bride
wa tastily costumed In cream serge, miulo
princes entrain, white slippers ami glove,
diamond ornaments and can led in her hand
a spray of white rose. After tho ceremony,
the guest wero invited to nil elegant dinner,
shortly after which the bride nml groom de
parted for a short eastern trip, showered by
tho guests with tho customary handsful of
Irico and tho proverbial slippers. The present
couiiKsed an extensive list of valuable and
ornamental tokens, among them Mug a
house and lot mid a bed room set from the
bride iwreitts, hand painted dinner net from
the grooms parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Scott Br. of Ashland, diamond eardrops
from Walter A. Leem, undo of tho bride,
draft of ono hundred dollar from Frnnk
Scott, New York, draft of llfiy dollar each
f rom G. L. and It. M. Scot I, Ashland, cut
glass water set, lUymou H. Leese, solid silver
water set, J. . Leeae and sisters, Parkers
burg, ,W. V. Those present were: Hon.
and Mrs. William Lvese, Mecsra. and Me-
dame. W. C. Scott, 8r. Ashland, W. C.
Scott, jr. Ashland, J. M. 8towart, E. Kernes,
Hnrry Porter, Hev. H. T. Davis, Men lames:
A. M. Hickman, Howard, Sam Long, H. II.
Shedd, Ashland, W. M. Hover, Tecumseh,
L. J, Fowler. MImch Clara Levse, Leo
Loose. Anna Howland, Seward. Allio M.
l)avl. Jusslo Scott, Ashland, Maggie Seoul-
ler, Beward, Lyle Hover, Tecumseli, Maggio
English, Clara Cnrmody, Minnie DePow,
Lillian Etlgar, Messrs Walter A Loee, G.
L. and K . M. Scott, Ashland, Hay Leese, 11.
D. Wilton aud other. Mr. and Mr. Scott
will be at home after November first nt 2Uh
The Tuesday Evening club which wa or
ganized a little over a year ago and which
wa the source of so much enjoyment to it
member during its llrst season, entered ac
tively upon the second year of it existence
this week at a very interesting meeting held
at the residence of Mis Grace Griffith, Fif
teenth and L street. A new plan of work
combining literature, history and art ha
been arranged for tho present winter, aud in
pursuance of thUplan the llrst meeting wa
devoted to the study of Italian literature
ami history. A very entertaining and in
structive program was rendered by Mr. W.
E. Hardy, Mis Minnie Latta, Ml Dona
Loomls and Mis Grllllth. Those present
were: Messrs, W. E. Hardy, W.E. Clarke,
O. W. Gerwlg, W. Morton Smith, Frank C.
Zehrung, H S. Freeman, C. D. Mullen, Dr.
C. F. Ladd, Mia Gertrude Laws, Dona
Loomls, Anne Fuuke, Minnie Latta, Olive
Latta, Anna Uarr, Maud Miller, Cora Hardy ,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. It. CotTroth.
Mr. A. G. Deeson gave a delightful high
five party Monday evening for her brother
and sister, Mis Katie aud Mr. Ned Miller,
also a visiting friend, Mlsi Fannie Smith nil
of LaVayette, Ind. The prize were very
beautiful and the Hot royal was won by
Mis Katie Miller aud the sucond fell to her
brother Mr. Neil Miller. There were present :
Mr. and Mr. H. Q. Green, Mlsa Minnie
and Olive Latta, Maud Uurr, Anna Funke,
Martha Fuuke, Jeaunetto Wilton, Hallie
Hooper, Jennie Underwood, Fannie Hawley,
Lillle Hathaway, Maud MillerKatlo Miller,
Fannie Smith. Margaret Dalrd, Gertie Law,
Fay Marshall, Meer: Frank Hathaway,
Otcar Funke, C. K. IUcbter, Robert Mulr,
Ned Miller, Charle Hawley, Will Meyer,
Will Clarke, Will Hardy, F. C. Zehrung,
Lew Marshall, Dr. Ladd, Dr. Reeves, Dr.
8phr, Dr. Imhoff , and Lieutenant Pershing.
Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. O.
R, Stephen, 2824 Q street, wa held the Ini
tial meeting of a Whist club whleh ha just
been organized by a uumber of East Lincoln
ladies and which will hold weekly meeting
throughout the winter. Mr. Bawyer wa
elected president and Mr. Smith vice-presi
dent after which two hour were spent at the
game of whist. Refreshments were then
served and the nrt meeting proved a great
success. The club Include the following
.wiM. Upturn.... Rr. ui,-.. Hnivnii.
Colonel Pace, Charle Pace, Brown, Hale,
Balabfarv. Lvman. Roberts. Smith and
The Thliiihte club met Inst Saturday after
noon with .Mis MniiileHiullh, and on this oc
casion the youiifr Indie of the club Invited
(heir gentlemen friends to ten. Tltcro weie
present, Misses Jeniilo Underwood, Rnchnel
llrock, Anna Funke, Hnllle Hoojier, Klorenco
and Kanulo linn ley, Nnniilo Lllllliildge,
Gertrude mid Cnroln Hill, Minnie and Ollvo
Irfittn, .Maude Millers Miwh W. F. Meyer,
John Dorgnn, G. W. Gerwlg, Frnnk llnthn
wny, Joseph Digger, lw Mnrshnll, Hnm E
!ow, II. 8. Kreeiunii, Oscar Funke, W, .Mor
ton Smith, Kred Houtz, 0, I). Mullen nml
Dr. C. F. Ladd,
Mr. II, W. Huirniau left yestontny for
Sprlngllt'ld, III., nccompauleJ by tho remain
of llttlo Hiiro, the chnrmlug little grnml
child who wns the Idol of 11 lovely homo.
The remains n III to Intered In tho family
biirlnl ground In Springfield,
Ruilge & Morris, the enterprising hard
ware dealers, 1122 F street hnvo leased tho
old Gruotter fiiruituro stand nml mo now re
pairing mid remodeling the building prepar
atory to stocking It with n complete lino of
Mr. Fred G. Pluiiimer left Wdnedny
morning for Now York where ho will enter
a military academy. Ileforo leaving lie wn
presentisl with n gold hendoil cauo by 11 iiuiii
of his friends and nssoclnte.
All express packngo containing two I11111
divd engrnvcil minounceineiits left the Cou
hikh ofllce Thursday nddresoil to Hal
Northnni, Dlalr, Neb. Tho event takes
placo Monday afternoon,
MlMCIiirlhel C. Alford went to Omaha
last week. She will remal.i there during tho
winter to Mulsh her schooling nml complete
her music studios nt the academy i f tho Sa
Mr. M. Ilnrr mid faintly arrived In Lin
coln Thursday morning from Johannesburg,
South Africa. Mr. Darr is a brother of L.
Darr and it Is hi intention to locate in this
Mr. nml Mm. A Hiirlbut will bo nt home
to n party of friend on two occasions next
week, Wednesday nml Thursday evenings
when high II vo will 1hj tho center of attrac
tion. Mr. Austin Hanks nml son llertle, will
leave for their home, Denver, Col., on Tues
day next, after u threo months visit to her
sister tho Mis lllalrs, 1201 K st.
Mr. II. C. Northnni ba gotioto lllalr, Neb.,
where noxt Monday ho will wed Mix liortio
Cook, a highly esteemed young lady, former
ly a resilient of this city.
Captain Edgar 8. Dudley, formerly pro
fessor of military tactic at tho state univer
sity wn In the city it few day till week on
hi way to LosAiigulcx.
Mr. F. P, Wiggins mid sister, Miss Hnttlo
Pitcher, of Cedar Rapids, la,, aro tho guests
of Mr. ami Mr. P. W. Townseiul, Thirty
seventh mid P street.
Mi 8, C. M. Caldwalder and family left
Wednesday evening over tho Missouri Pn
clllo for 8an Atitoula, Tex,, where they make
their future homo.
Hon. F. 8. White, Judge S. M. Chapman
and Dyrou Clarke of Plattsmouth passed
through the cltv Tuesday on a hunting trip
Hon. R. 11. Graham and Mr. Graham de
parted Monday for St. Louis. After attend
ing the carnival they will leave for a visit to
Hot Spring, Ark.
Mr. nud Mr. Grllllth and their daughter,
Helen of Carthage, Ills., are tho guest of
Professor and Mr. L. F. M. Easterday,
2320 Vino street.
Tho Y. P. 8. O. E. of the Plymouth Con
gregntlount church meet overy Sunday eve
ning nt O.iiO o'clock. All are cordially Invit
ed to attend.
Ml Ella Spraguo returned to her homo In
Dolle-Plnlno Ind., Thursday after a very
pleasant visit with Mr. E. C. Wldmnn of
Wnrd en Hopkins aud Chaplain Ho wo left
Tuesday morning as delegates to tho nation
al prison cougross which convene at Pitts
burg. Mr. W. M. Ateinethy of Kansas City re
turned home Tuesday after a very pleasant
visit with Mr. and J. H. Miller, ltlll Q street.
Mr. and Mr. A. R. Greene and daughter,
Miss Nellie of Gilead, Mich., aro visiting Mr.
and Mr. George Dlgelow In thl city.
Mr. Susie U. Mooro left Wednesday for
Nile, Mich., after an extended visit with
her nephew, Gran Ensign of this city.
Mr. L. Wetsel, Jr., will return Monday
from St. Joseph where she tin been visiting
her parent for tho ast week.
Mr. J. M. Weber I visiting in St. Louis,
the guest of his son who is a member of tho
faculty of the university.
Mr. and Mr. G. C. St. John departed
Wednesday for Now York city where they
expect to spend the winter,
Mr, S. II. Mnllory of Charlton, In., mid
hi private secretary, D. J. Thayer arrived
in the city Monday.
Mr. R. R. Randall left Monday evening
for Springfield, Ill's., Baltimore aud other
Mr. 8. C. Langwoithy returned Tuesday
from 8ewnrd whore he ha been spending
Mrs. L. Lelberman returned Wednesday
from a five week's visit among friends in
Mr. J. H. Harley started Wednesday on
his annual business excursion to the eastern
MissC. V. Scott and Mr. E A'hedon
lett Thursday for New York to spend the
Mr. W. W. Turner and Mr. C II. Bowman
have gone to Sioux City to attend the corn
MKs Grace Morton left Thursday for Ham
burg la., to attend the wedding of her cou
sin. Lieutenant-Governor Ray of Illinois Is the
guest of L. G. Baldwin of University Place.
Mis Pauline Goldsmith after a several
days visit in Omaha returned home Tnetlny.
Mr. Fred C. Sholes left t .Is week for the
Black Hill to be gone a week or ten days.
Mr Abe Hirtch, of the Hlrtch Hide Co.,
Quincy, III., was in Lincoln yesterday,
Mr. A. W. Mane left Thursday morning to
visit among friend in Kansas City.
Mr. John L. Webster of Onnha spent a
few day in the city thl week.
Mr. McCoy of Omaha was the guest of Mr.
J, B. Cunnlng'ham this week.
Mr. A. E. Pike, Kllpatrlck-Koch manager
wa in Omaha yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hubbard left this
week for Sioux City, la.
Captain and Mr. . 8. Dudley left Tues
day lor Los Angeles, Cal.
Mr. H. R. NissleY I vUltlmr at her old
I home, Wasesa, Minu.
In the city this week.
Hon. James M, Woolworth of Omaha 1
In the city thl week.
Mr, U. E. .Montgomery left Tuesday
Smith Center, Ko.
Mr. II. P, Waggoner of Atchison wn
tho city this week.
Mr. 8, E- Root departed Tuesdny for
Mls Jonnlo illnlr linn returned from Hot
Mr, mid Mr. V, J, Chandler spent tho
week lu Chicago.
Mis Kntle Mitchell left Tuesday afternoon
for Sioux City.
Mr. William R. Frost depirUd Tuesday
for Keokuk, la
Miss Nellie De.Mars I visiting fi lends In
Dr. II. K. Kenuaii departed Kriday for
Miss Mary Smith has returned front the
Mr, John Cunningham went to Omahn
Mr. J. K. Grllllth departed Thursday for
Fifteen yards flue black dress silk also
ti limning to match. Will trade for phae
ton Addicss Jones, cnio Courier,
A ha la-en noted lu these columns befoie,
the matrimonial market Is 011 a great boom
likowho dues Hallett diamond department
lioom, for where there marriage, tliero also
Is tho precious nml lusty emblem, tho din
niond eugngemeiit ling nud of course being
heailitiartor., Hallett has sold a largo ma
jority of these dainty circle. Tho wedding
ring, nlson particular nud tnsty emblem, is
also found at Hallett' in the newest shnH
nml In abundant variety. In fact nowaday
Hallett is headiiiatter for every thing In
tho Jewelry lino that Is requisite to the hap
piness of a wedding occasion. Thl of course
includes a beautiful lino of diamonds,
watches, clocks nud llverwnre, nil in the
latest designs nml at living prices.
All the Comfort or Homo"
is the title of one of Chorion Krolinmus
Lyceum theatre successes nml tho striking
picture that tho various scenes present nre as
truo to life as they aro natural and enjoyable
to tho auditor. In this great play Mr. Kroli
man ha one ot hi greatest drawing cards.
We have a ttriu lu Lincoln ttiat in presenting
"All tho Comfort of Home" nre fully ns suc
cessful as Mr. hrohmnn and herein is mndo
reference to the well known nud 'popular
mercantile tiou-K' of Imle Moycr & Co., 104
uoi th Tenth street. Just now this firm Is
supplying hundred of Lincoln home with
dry goods in profusion, including a magnifi
cent lino of dress goods, Hnnuels, blankets,
comfortables, yarns, and all tho other winter
comforts, whllo in the grocery department
this firm shows u llnoof goods, both Imported
nud domestic, that cannot bo duplicntoil else
where. Of course they keep all the staples
in this lino as well as tho delicious canned
goods nud delicatessen In vurletyJsiillK'ient to
tempt the appetite from tho most lowly to
the exnlted mid highest ruler of the laud.
Louie Meyer & Co. mo not now to Lincoln
housekeepers. Thoy havo catered to n desir
able patronage for fifteen years, studied their
overy wnut mid If there Is anything in tho
dry goods or grocery lino that they do not
supply and supply at reasonable prices, then
certainly they cannot elsewhere bo found.
Call on them and see their new dry goods
embracing the latest from a fashionable
mm ket and everything pure, fresh nud re
liable lu the grocery line.
We are headquarters for these goods nud
furnish them from tho cheapest printed card
to the finest engraved work. Ha lug had
seven yenra experience wo keep jiosted
on the most stylish designs absolutely cor
rect forms, etc. All we ask Intending pur
chasers 1 to call aud Inspect sample of the
work we are daily turning out. ll!H N street.
Winter Is Here
and likewise is Hutchins & Hyatt the pio
neer coal dealers of Lincoln, who have in the
past ten years sold thousands uf tons of coal
and wood to cheer our home during the cold
season. This firm is now prepared to handle
all order and promptly deliver same lu any
quantity. Their specialty in nthracite, is
the well known Scrnnton coal, while in bi
tuminous, they handlejauioug othei s, tho ciltj
brated Canon City, Rock Springs, Meudota
nml Vulcan. Besides those Uutchius &
Hyatt have most anything in the coal and
wood Hue that you may want. Cull in nt
10-10 O street or ling up phono 225.
To the Ladles.
Mrs. C. J. Todd, lias just returned from
Chicago, aud is now prepared to give her
patrons the latest styles in dress malting.
Best class of work solicited. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 102.") O street.
All meals nt Odell's new dining hall re
duced to twenty cents. No credit and no
ticket to anyone. The meals are same as
formerly and the pi ice lower than ever.
This inures the board nt Odell's cheap and
he best in the state forthe money,
The Whltebreast Coal and l.lme company
is always at the front supplying the lluest
gindes ot all kind of coal
One hundred tlneot engraved calling cards
and plate only fJ.W nt Wessel Prlutlng Co.,
1130 N street.
Grand cloak exhibit at Herolsheiiuer &
Co. Ladle and children's clonks In the
greatest variety at the lowest prices.
Now Is the tune to get stoves for the win
ter. Dunham & Buck have a big line of nil
the finest makes. They also repair old
stoves, set them up aud furnish parts needed
at reasonable cost. Call, 1120 O street or tel
Ladles hair dreHhi,
Miss Johnston, 111
The Peniutular base burner is the latest
Improved heater In the market. Before buy
ing, call and see a full line at Dunham 6z
Buck, 1120 O street.
Commutation tickets at Brown' restau
rants (good at either place), five dollars for
lour dollars. This makes prices lower than
any other place lu the city when the prices
charged 011 bill of fare is considered .
Ladles will consult their best interests by
ordeilug their meat nud game nt Chlpmsn
and Sheen, 1341 O street. All ordeis either
lu jwson or over telephone 1M) will be
Wedding invitations Wessel Printing Co.
Mr. J. W, Cnrliloof Creto was In tho
n fow da) thl week.
.Mr, GeoigoN. Fortwiunii of Oumlia
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST !
J 1a WINGeRSCO.
1109 0 STREET,
Dangler Gas Heating and Cooking
s t o v e s.
W. B. WOLCOTT,
Telephone 273. 230 South Eleventh St.
V ialllllB aiaaaMiaaULJ
HIGH WATER MAlth' AS iEEAT REACHED N OUi ENDEAVORS
TO SECURE THE LATEST NOVE.TES AV PAPER
AXGNGS. THEY ARE WELL WORTI
THE INTERIOR DECORATIVE CO.
A. C. ZlKMKlt, President.
SEE OUR LADIES' FINE
$2.25 A SUIT
THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
Wo are nlli-r'nir bargains Hint you
cannot resist In llio following depart
ment. t'LOAKH. DltKSs noons,
IILAN'ICKTS, HOSIERY AND UN
DEHWKAIl Heo our stock before
NEW SENTIMENTAL SONGS.
The lilies are quite its tlty ami family mote idiotic
Imil those of 11 good many drauiiig-room
''Darling, Slumber Wbllo You Wnko." "I Loved Theo
ero I Loved Thee." "My Knlr Brunette." "Blow.
Getitlo storm." "List to I lie Noiseless Murmur
V.V.omJ Memories of Day to Come." "The silvery
.. lm',,f'o Beumlng." '-Tho Forest Mermaid." Hoc,
Hi """B " i"i--v.iiis iiry." --nil, do Tiiy
Hhnilow Ever llrlKht!" "fahariin llout Bone." "Oh.
Budiller than the Lily." -TIs Joy to Grieve for
I lieo. "Wo never Mi.t. nml Vn- m- vnri .ti.
llano's l-nrcwell to his Grandson." "The Dumb
(llrP Song " "Tho Gallant Fleet of Switzerland."
"NowthoMoinlng sun li Setting." "Oh, find I
tho nine of m Wild Gazelle." "Sweet Tresses
Wreathed in Smiles." "Nonih, Thy Closed Eye on
1110 Onzlng." "In Death I'll Llvo for Thee." "Oh.
Play to Me tho Htrluiiless Lute."
Cam. Ei.wiuk, Mnunger