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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19,
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 66,000.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
COtt.TBNTII ANM) PST.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
A full of Dr. Warner's and nnd Hall's Corset
IIOMRKV, UNIIKMWKAH AND Kill UI.OVKS
hi hirito assortments,
Wo huvo the iiurney fur
The Buttorlck's Pnttorns.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
Tho Couiukh will nut lie resioiisililo for
anyslelit inndo ly nny one In Its uniitc, mi
aaa 11 written order nccouiuhlcfl tliu same,
WE ARE IN IT!
1000 piece All Silk, Snlln Edge, Uros
Grnln Klhbon nt unheard of prices. No.
3 -jcyd. No, $ mid 7 10c )d. No. 9 nml
laiajicjd. No. ifi nml 22 15c. All
Color nml Widths.
M, Ackormann & Go.
Famous Corner, 1 145 O St.
Tim Courier Can lie Found At
Hotel Lincoln Nnwa Htiiml.
WlmlMir Hole) Now Hliiml.
npltnl Hotel News Hliiml.
Odcll'a Dlnliw Hull NowhHIhii.I, IUS O Ht.
Tho (lotlutni News Hliiml, 1IH Mouth 11th Ht.
Tlio Apex, 111 North lltli Htrrol.
Kd. Young, HKO O Htrcot.
Insou, Kleiounr A Co.. UJO O Htrcet.
Wcstorllelir Harbor Hhop, llnrr lllocu.
International New Kmporlom, 1211 0 HI,
lion Ton Uigur Wore, las North lull Htreot.
Monro's News Miind, Ms Houtli 1 It It Htreot.
gVAn extra supply of imperii Is always ton
t tlio (lothnni, In enso other Newsdealers
supplies run short.
A fi OR A
In search of useful nrtlclcs for Uolldny
Presents should Inspect the large line
shown by W. R. l&cnnls Si Co., 1137 O
trcet. Furs, Seal Caps ami Gloves, 'Fur
Capes, Silk Umbrellas, Silk llrncvs, Night
Robes, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Warm gloves and Mittens. All the latest
and handsotncst things In Neckwear, Sil
ver mounted Walking Sticks,
Commencing April tlrst. Thk Coukikh
will Insert notices perUlnlng to sociable,
festivals, lectures, meeting nml sermon for
all churches free of charge. Advertisements
for entertainments where an admission is
cbarged will be Inserted at oue-lmlt tlio reg
I I 1
l.cal ami Personal.
Eugene Hallott, dlnmond merchant, 118 N
Goo. A. Itaymer, coal nnd wood. 'Phono
300. 1IW O street.
Canon City Coul at the Whitebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
Ladles kid glows cleaned or colored at Lin
coln 8tenm Dye works, 1100 O street.
ft-ofessor G. W. illll, teacher of Elocution
and Oratory, 035 south Eleventh street.
For .useful and .novel presents for die
holidays call at the Uasar, 1043 0 street.
Cabinet baths for ladles given by Mrs. 11.
D. CatUa professional masseur, 1330 ! street.
Something new in trick bankr, 10 cents at
the great 10 cent store, IIS south 19th street.
We sell the genuine Canon City too.
Belts, Weaver &Ca, 1W5 O street. Tel
For scavenger work, day And night, drop
J. C. Field a postal and Jso will promptly
call and see what you want.
Ladies can kave their parly dresses cleaned
by the French dry process at the Lincoln
steaadye works 110) O street
Applications for rental of Tumor hall for
socials and dancing received at P. J, Wohlon
berg's eigor store, J 3d 8. Uth street.
Flannel shirts cleaned without shrinking by
the Preach dry cleaning process, only IS cts.
at Lincoln Steam Dye works, 1105 O street.
"Not how cheap, but how good" is tho
motto of the new Studio Lo Grande. Call
and see their work, I'M south Twelfth street.
Orders for piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, SOS south Eleventh street, wiU
receive prompt attention by S. C. Quick .
Never order a photograph or picture of
any kind until you have seen the work done
at the new Studio Le Grande, ISM south
Gentlemen should now get out their Ian
summer's suit, take it to the Lincoln Steam
dye works 1105 O street and have it cleaned,
dyed, repaired or pressed out.
Latest studies and a full line of artists
materials at popular prices at the new Lin
coln frame and art company, with Elite
studio, 330 south Eleventh street.
Original round oak stoves, the only air-,
tight round oak stove on the market, conse
quently the most economical in consumption
of fuel. Sold only by Dunham and Duck
USD O street.
Ladles will consult their bent interests by
ordering their meat and game at Chipman
r and Sheen, 1MI O street. All orders either
, i la parson or over telephone 180 will bo
Mis M. Ilnye ha gone to Han Delgo,
Mr. W. Leonard hn gone to Now York
Mr. T. Krnmbvll left Hundny for Oneida,
(icnernl J. C. Mcllrldo Is In Galveston,
Ml Mary Hollnwell I visiting In i'lilln
delpliln, Mr, Fred Howe left Huudny ovciilug for
Mr. liarry (I, ltecdeu Ihm gono to Ixmi
Mr. Artemus Hobert left Wednesday for
Mr. T. C. Monger went to Iudianoln
Mr, F, 13, Hliowcrmnu has gone to Em
Mr. C, W, Pace went lo Evnusvillo, Ind,,
Miss Jennie Grove left Inst week for Shel
Mr. Fraud lloud of Omaha wa In Lin
Mr. A. Jlrueo ColTroth went to ilrokou
Mis Alice Mill In visiting relative In
Mr. II. J. Harvey departed Tuesday tor
Now York City.
Frank Umland departed Monday for
Wostllold, N. Y.
Mr. U. N. Smith left last Saturday for
Mr. Wing II. Allen of Oninlia suut Sat
urday in Lincoln.
Mr. L. (J. VundenWg left Saturday for
Mr. mid Mis. I). M. l'ltchcr left Wodnos
dav for Oswego, N. Y.
Mr. Frnnk Davis will sHnd Christmas
week in Keokuk, Iowa.
Mix Martha Fiiuko has returned from n
pleasant visit In York.
MIb Uohu Carson Is spending tho week
with friends In Oiimlin.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Gregg departed Satur
day for Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. W. M. Kolioin visited Omaha nnd
Council lllulTs Wednesday.
Mr. and Mm J. M. Gregg departed Sutnr
day for Snn Antonio, Tex.
Messrs C. W. Lnwsou nud II. W. Mooro
left Saturday for Milwaukee.
Mis Kato Scotlior'n ha gone to Fremont
to visit her frieu.1, Miss Kvu Iahi.
Mm. Jay and MIhs MI1111I0 C. Jay liavo
gone to Denver for a two weeks visit.
Mr. Harry tfrug left Monday for Chicago
where he oxhxjI to remain hoiiio weeks.
Mr. W. M. llenton and family left Satur.
day mornliiK for IjiiuiiiIo and Clieyenuo.
Mrs. Frot Nelson of Collegu Spriugs, In.,
is the. guest of her sister, Mrs. W, Q. Doll.
Misses Gertrude and Carolu Hill leave
for Beatrice totluy to remain over Sunduy.
Miss Vesta O. Greer left Thursday .for Chi
cogo where she will Hiend Christmas week.
Mm. Thomas A. Williams left Tuosdny
for St Louis where she will mako her future
New Year's ovo has boon decided upon
as the date for the next Pleasant Hour
Miss Eleanor and Mr. Will ltu)iuoud will
entertain their friends Wednesday, Decem
Misses Alloyuo mid Gladys Uechtul of
Omaha arc tho guests of Miss Huth
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Kessler of Ferry,
la., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs.
AU. J. Shilling.
Mr. H, H.King of J. W. Winger & Co.
returned Sunduy ovening from a business
trip to Chicago.
Mrs. A. L. Hicliurds of Eureka Springs,
Aik., is tho guest of Mr. uud Mm C. L. lllch
ards in this city,
Mr. J. J. Imhoir, accompanied by his
nephew, Mr. Defcubaugh lett Tutsday for
Mr. Louis Ktttzeu&tieu left Wednesday for
.St. Louis wheru he will accept a position as
Tho family of Judge Uroady of Deatrlco
have IllOVed to thlsdtv nml InUn nnaauulnn
of the Kemlck house.
Thoro will bo 11 business meeting of the
Pleasant Hour club Monday at noon at Mr.
C. II. K chter's store.
Miss Tiieo Laws will arrive in Lincoln
tomorrow from Chicago oh a week's vaca
tion with her parents.
Miss Clara Thomas of Chicago is visiting
Miss Ella VnnDunborg nnd will remnln in
Lincoln about a month.
A beueflt ball will Ix given ht Temple hall
Clirlsmas night in liehalf of tho uiMubers of
the Lansing orchestra.
Lincoln Division, No. 18 of railway yard
masters association Indulged in a dance last
evening at Temple hall
MetarsW. Morton Smith, Sam E. Low,
Joseph Digger, nnd Mr. Bazlr Walsh will
fcpend Sunday at Beatrice.
Mrs. U Westerman and sou nud Mr. II. 8.
Wehterman loft Wednesday for n visit
among relatives in St. Louis.
Mrs. Frank D Taggart of Cheyenne is en
joying a delightful visit with her sister Mrs.
W. D. Wolcott, 10J5 II street.
The Cotillion club will hold their second
geruutn Chistma evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sheldon.
Mrs.Loretty Wood of Trenton, N.Y., lias
arrived in Lincoln and will spend tho whiter
with Mrs. E. Fowler, 1027 n street.
Capt. W. F. TibbiU, the vonerablo and vet
erate traveling passenger agent of the Den
ver & HloGrundo Hy. , Is In the city,
Dr. O. E. Spahr returned to Lincoln
Sunday from York, Pemi. whither ho had
been called by tho death of his brother,
Th Plymouth literary club met Tnonlnv
evening ut tho home of Mm. U. Murpuy,
H.MI A street and thn stiliject for tho ovening,
Washington Irving, was very successfully
Mr. Geo. O. tlMeii and wife, left Tlmmday
for Princeton, III., to eiid tho holidays.
During tlirlr nliseuco they will visit Chicago,
Airs. Iiwls Smith and Charles Kldwetl
left Monday for Clillllcotlie, Mo., where
they weio culled by tlio lllncfs of thdr
Mcvtr. L. A. nnd Ahrcham Kfeusky
ileiailisl Suinlay for Albany, N. Y. to
consult a physician nlxmt tho hitter's
Mr. Howard M. CaMibeer will entertain
n largo cnuipany of friend nt dancing
Wednesday livening In honor of tho
Mr. and Mr. Haltur, MIm Halter, and
Mr. Frank P. Hhepard left Wednesday
evening for Denver to attend tho wedding
of their hrotlier, Mr. A. II. Halter.
A club for tlio study of 8hnkcenro wa
formed Monday evening nt tlio residence of
Professor Hnwn on C street, Tho club will
Im lead by Professor Sherman,
Tlio Plymouth Literary club will hold
their next meeting Tuewlny evening nt
Mm. AllvnV 1707 VnMliirlin .Inwt Hull.
Jnct, contlmintloti of Wanhlngtnn Irving.
Mr. UnWt Htunrt of Chleniro. tirilitntif.
of tho American Cereal company, nud Mr.
K. ft. Howell or Cisler ilapliis, la., wero
In tlio city this week 011 Imnortnnt hmtl-
Mr. Edgar Wiwsel, for past two year
connicted with tho Coukikh left yesterday
for Chicago where ha expect to enter n now
field nml his ninny friend hero wish him
Abraham Kmwtrelch, a young lad of four
teen arrived Thursday from llmilg, Ger
many, coming tho eutlro distance wltlio.it
nil escort. Ho Is n bmght young man and
will mnko his homo with his undo, Mr. A.
Kntrenstein, Sr lli'l J street.
Mr. and Mm. C. K. VaiiDuson entertnlnod
tlio Three Tnhlo Card club Thursday even
ing In a most delightful maimer. Prizes
weio won by Dr. Trogden and Miss Dornn.
Those pi uncut wero Messrs and Mi-sdmiies
W. 11. Cnmlirldge, II. II. Kelilnoudor, Hal
Nortliaiii 11. O'.Noll, Dr. Trogden and Miss
l'ror. Ilngiml's ndvnnced pupils gave n
very Interesting soiree muslcalo last even
ing CoiuikmIUoiis of lleethoven, Weber,
Hair, Chopin, Moskowskl, and Jnel wero
rendered by Mlsse Abbot, Ellison, C11L
berlsoii, Hollowbiish, Uarnes nud Mrs.
Oarlock. Tho programme was pleasantly
varied by two elocution numbers by Mrs.
Stein uud Kut on, pupils of Prof. Hill.
Miss Georgia Iirmer nud Mr. ANipiltlt
of St. Joseph wero very quietly married
Tuesday morning nt tho homo of tho lirldo's
parents on II street. Tho Hov. Edward II.
Curtis olllelnted uud only tho Immediato
friends and family weio present. Mr.andMis.
Alsqulth left lu tlio afternoon for Chicago
whore they will remain nliout n mouth
before going to St. Joseph which will bo
their f ut 111 e homo.
Tho "Larking Club" was entertained
Tuesday evening by Miss Peternian nt her
homo, Twenty-seventh and K street.
High llvo was In order and tho evening
assed all to rapidly In splto of tho gentle
men having turned tlio clock back an hour
Those present were: Misses Hale, Haiti,
Smith, Skldmore, Hallott, mid IJuncher;
uud Messrs Hollihhir. W.r nuu......
Camptiell, Hale, Stewart, and Gone
Tho Hayden Art club held Its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday evening at
Palladlnn hall. A very Interesting pro
gram was carried out with Mm. A. M.
Hall as leader of tho evening. A series of
tableaux under tho direction of Ml ks Sarah
Wool Moore, Illustrating pictures of Eng
Hah aithta was followed by paiers by Mm.
II. II. Wilson, Mis. A. J. Sawyer and
others. Mm. Dr. Rachel Loyd gave a
emonal reminiscence on Alma Tedenla
which was very entertaining.
Mr. O, W. Tusoey was married to Mr. J.
P. A. Illaclc Wednesday evening nt tho
homo of tho bride's mother, Mr. H. Web
ster at Vtil M street. Hov. CnrtU nllli.lntli,,.
The wedding was a quiet one, only luimedl-
uo renin ves noing present. Tho bride,
who is a sister of Messrs O. W. nud W. W.
Webster, bus been a resident of Hasting
where she is well nud favorably known.
Tho groom Is a prominent bunker of Hloom
tugton. Neb., where tho nnwli- innm-liul
couple will mako their future home,
Miss Florence Urlscoo who has been in
Chicago since fall intending tho Chicago
sehool of art wns brought homo u few dnvs
ago by her room mate, Miss Dessio Tuttlo,
with n severe attack of Lugrlp)e which has
since develop with typhoid fever. Mis
liriscoe as well as her parent huvo tho deep
sympathy of their many friend in Lincoln.
Later -Buuie the above 1ms lieen placed
la type Alls flrlscoe imssiNl tn ilu liriiriiim-
shore where pulu U unknown. The de
ceased was a nrigiit ornament nud legions of
friends mourn her loss.
The Tuesday Evening club was dellpht
fully entertained th's week by Mis Clara
Walsh nt her homo on J street. Those
present were: Misses Gertrude Laws. Olive
Latta, Anna Jiarr, Dena Loomis, Cora
Hardy, Clara .Valsh, Klttlo Weston, Maud
Miller; Messrs W. E. Hardy, W. Morton
Smith, Ham K. Law, Oscar Funke, F,
Connoll Zehrung, C. D. Mullen; Mr. and
Mrs, Cunningham ud Mm. A. liruce
Colfrotll. Miss Lenla MIhuiim mm nl.nl...l
to membership. Tho unxt meeting will be
.ouu iu 11 urniuaiic tuuerKlluilleut aim
will le held New Yenr's ove nt the home
of Miss Gertrudo Laws oa 11 street.
Mr. and Mm. C. W. Hoxio entertained a
company of friends last evening ut their
pleasant homo on A stieet. High llvo wa
tho entertainment of the evening nud the
prizes awarded wero very beautlf ul. Tempt
ing refreshments wero served during the
evening. Those present were: -.essrs and
Mesdames, E. It. btzer, Rudge, R. D. Steam,
R. E, Moore, Cuntleld, Davis, Tmphagen,
J. E. Rigg, Maul, Dr. Everett, Mellcfc, J. D.
Harris, Tate, John Haiber, Dr. D.iytou,
Ekward Uignell. John Cllleii, A. Hurlbut,
Myron Wheeler, Dr. Houtz. A. W. lxw,
Hnl Northam, Salshury, Keith, Alfred
Shilling, Douglas Shilling Colonel and Mis.
Mary II. Dry, Mrs. J. a. Waller of StulK.n
vllle. Ohio, Misses Stoarn nud Steams and
Mr. Charles Miller.
The sixth blweeklv nnrtv nt tim iir.i. vit
club was entertained by Mr. and Mm. A.
u, juiiiiiejer ai ineir noiiie H'JO L street
Tuesday evening. The ladles flrt
prize fell to Mrs. IV. A 1'r.i,., (,.
cutting the cards with Mm. Charles M.
ncvier, uer only competitor. Tlio ladles
second was won by Mm. Wilson. Tho
gentlemen llmt nud second prizes were
secured by Messrs A. O. Meiinnrd and T.
J. Piemou respectively. Those present
were: Messrs ulut Mesdames J. C. Allen, F.
W. Huldwln, E. E. Hrown, F. A. Urowii.
H II. CNrk. Oko P(vi. k i.- , a
I Hurlbut. W. F. Huirmuii, A. K. Kennard,
Clms. M. Keefer, A, O. Moore, H. K. Mooro,
W. A. Creston, C. E. HIiiijv, M. II. Tllton,
Cnl Thompson, O, M. TIioiiiiviii, W, C.
Wilson; Miive Ginco Griffith, Hndlo Gra
ham., snd May Moore: Messrs T, J. Pier
sou, Alfred Pussoy, and Charles llcthel.
Mfs Kstelln lsinle eutertnluel a large
company of young asoclates Vslneslny
evening nt tho homo of her uuents, Mr.
and Mm. Iiuieuco Ijeonlo 011 K stris't. Tho
charming you.ig hostivM was assisted In
receiving nnd enteilniiilug her friends by
Misses Hello Henchly mid England and .Mrs.
FoiVbinud nud her mother, Mm. Dr. Miller.
Tho evening passed very pleasantly with
uiiislo and game and wa thoroughly en
Joyed by all present. Delightful refresh
ment wero served (luring tlio evening. The
participant wore! Misses Margin Winger,
Fuxln Towuloy, Atinlo Hmltli,, Grace
Dennett, H utile Hoirman, Klorenco Putnam,
Clara llownnl, Aguess Wobb, Illid Hamil
ton, Arlo Hpraguo, Grace Saiidei-s, May
Lllllbrldgo, Itprllo Cox, Rose Lllllbridgo.
May Htinlwell; Mastora Roy Rlchanls,
Aurthur Joins, Frank Hooper, Ralph Hath
awny. Fred Funke, Nelson Dennis, Edwin
Funke, Htntlord Hewitt, Roynl Asliby,
Owen Oakley, Clarke Lnu, Frank Hyatt,
Frank Raymond, Georgo Hosteller, George
Holmes, and Herliert Readily,
A number of Lincoln's enthusiastic young
men connected with the lending bnnks and
olllctfi of tho city have effected n purmntient
organization looking to the formation of
an ludooidcht millllu couimy and they
have nlready rooeivol assurance of llnauclul
backing and support from n largo number
of business men nud bankers of tho city. A
tcuiKrnry president and secretary have
been chosen nnd a canvas for now uicmboiN
and nu elTort to enlist the support and
yiiimtliy of tho business men will now be
tho subject nlined nt. A feature of tho
matter I that LI ucoln will lie represented
at the nntloral gathering hi Oninlia next
June. A competent drill master I being
looked for nud negotiations huvo about
boon closed with 11 gentleman who, lu ad
dition to the instruction lu the uiauunl of
iirms, will glvo proper attention to tliu
setting up of u now reci ult nnd will glvo a
thorough com so In calesthonlcH. These
young men will undoubtedly mako nu
excellent showing nt Omaha nud they should
huvo tho hearty support of tho business men
of our city.
Christmas time and diamonds for Christ
mas are syunnomous at Eugene Hullottx.
Just now tho fair hollo and the Illustrious
beaux are figuring on these brilliant tokens
for tho happy holiday tlmo nud ero another
fortnight goes by many of Lincoln' jiopu
luco will be wearing these beautiful nnd co-t-ly
emblems of affection that last forever
What Is moreplenslug tothoeyoor what moro
substantial can Ihj secured for gifts? Aside
fr'Mii tho lino of diamonds Hallott also show
11 must uttiuctive line of wutches, clocks,
silverware and n dozen and 0110 other beauti
ful and artistic subjects in tho Hue of Jew
elry. Mr. Ilnllctt's) store I Just now nu ne
tlvo scene nud seeker for the beautiful lu
holiday gifts lire there to bo found ut all
times (11 largo numbers. Don't fall to call
there before making your purchase of gifts.
He can supply you at prices from $1.00 to
A Prii-ciit for Kverv 1.
There tiro few so poor but that thoy can
buy something for n token and If you have
.-. cenw or y..tK( to spare for such purchase,
your money w III do double duty nt L. Meyer
nnd Co'. This linn seems to hnvo n certain
prestnge thnt keep thorn lu the Trout row of
KpuIarity and at these times, moro than
ever, Is their mummothstoie filled with ea
ger purchasers of holiday goods. Thoy show
n nice lino of funcy goods, dress goods, wool
en goods, glove, mlts, hoilery, mutllem, silk
an J linen handkerchief, etc., and the figures
nsked for thorn uro not holiday prices either,
but bargains such a the firm usually sell nil
good at. The firm has a number of extra
salesmen now employed for tho holiday trado
so that alt comers will receive duo and cor
teous attention and each erson can make
selections with tho same comfort uud satis
faction tint characterize all dealing ut this
storo. And by the way wo nearly forgot
to remind you that 1.. Moyer & Co' grocery
department Is now fairly teeming with delic
ious viands for tho Christmas dinner and
thut it would be well for the devoted house
wife to look to It thut she secure nil that Is
fresh ami duslrublo now and got first choice
before tho selection is broken. Meyer & Co.,
always keep n bountiful supply, but there's
no telling what a holiday demand may be.
Thoy carry tho finest Hue of Imiiortod goods
as well us ull the Ixut domestic (goods in the
market ami you can get Just what your ap
petite craves for, nt such times It U
hoove one and ull to make purchases em ly.
When you wuut a suitable present for n rel
ative or friend or an excellent menu for
your tuble, L. Meyer & Co., U tho place to
look for it.
One of I.lnralu's Must rrituilueut,
Of the several houses In Lincoln that, are
now prominently before the public, none
are more popular or better kuotvu than the
Lincoln Furniture Co. who but lecently
0H-ntsl in Lincoln uud have already es
tablished themselves in the conlldenco and
good will of our citizeuiL Tho CouhIeh
take pleasure in culling the attention of its
readers to tho coinimny s advertisement in
this issue. Their career In tills city dates
trom August 'JVtli. Their manner of con
ducting business fills a long felt wuut in
Lincoln and enables the people to make
their homo comfortable whuther they huvo
the ready cash or not. Mr Challi who has
charge of the business stated to our
representative ytstoiiluy thut business had
been more than satisfactory and that they
were here to stay. Visitors uud purchasers
ure equally welcome. They Invito you to call
and see them uud huvo the liibtulluwiit plan
explained. Jt gives an excellent opportun
ity for all classes to fumUli their homed us
their desire muy dictate.
Loriiuir's Christmas dirts.
Nowhere in Lincoln can u linger assorU
meiit or ulcer lino of Holiday gifts lie found
than ut Lormors, l'J12 O street. What
nicer can lie given then a pretty piece of
cut gloss, u set of chiiiu, u parlor or ban
quet lamp, a llsh set, fancy figures, or any
of tlio hundred and 0110 other article that
they are showing. Lormor is making
sjieclal prices on certain lines and It will
pay yen to cull and look tlio beautiful lino
of goods oyer before making purchases.
W InvltA atti.llthm tn fiui- itl.mb tli.ttn.-fr
meiit, promising to show tho largest nud
iuusv unriitwvu biovk oj Kiyiisu garments
ever displayed in Lincoln, Our stock is
made up from tho Hues of several of the
largest maiiufncturle in the country uud
we 111111K we can suiisiy any taste,
M11.1.KU & Pai.nu.
Wedding invitations, either printed or eu
graved lu the finest stylo of the m tat Tun
CouiiiKK olllce. Correct form and liest
quality of stock guaranteed. Sample checr
The Greatest llnrgnln in
Come to Our Store
If You Are Interested.
No. 5 Fancy Ribbon 3c worth 8c.
No. 7 Fancy Ribbon 5c worth 10c.
No. .2 Fancy Ribbon 10c worth 20c.
No. 5 Best Gros Grain 7c worth 1 2c.
No. 7 Best Gros Grain 10c worth 15c.
No. 9 Best Gros Grain 12c worth 18c
To make it more attractive we will add to this sale 8
pieces 32 inch plain China Silk worth 65c at 48c a yard. 7
pieces 21 inch plain China at 23c worth 40c.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST !
J W WING6R & CO.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
It is within the reach of all, rich or
poor. Call and look us through. We ca
surely please you.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.,
Dangler Gas Heating and Cooking
W. B. WOLCOTT.
Artists' Materials tP Novels
THK GOTHAM, 1136 O ST.
Give us a
Rlblxins wc ever offered,
130 South Eleventh St:.
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