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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, ibyz
Continued from First I'iiro.
Airtfrom tlio whining olomiMit which
was no largo n constituent, lloland Heed's re
cent addle- it tlio Ftitiko wn liko most of
hi talks. Hover nml orlnliml. Ol course,
the Mory nlKiut thy orchestra In tho oM Hal
lo' theatre can lw nml doubtless Is located In
almost nny old play homo In which tho com
edian happen to hu; lint a thu audience
don't tin vol nhont with him, It In just n good
a though prenred specially fortlic occasion.
Ill romnrk were In striking contrast to tho
Into lamentable enon of Charley Hoyt on
the same stago. An nctor who can talk doos
well to do o whon called before tho curtain,
ns It In lux tho ntidleuco and player In close
rontact, nml lends u jwrsoiml Interest which
nothing olo can do. Hoi Hmlth Hussall and
Holnnd Hood appreciate tho forco of thin.
By tho way, Heed has Just purchased tho
comedy "An Absent. Minded Man" written
by W, 11. Uoililall, now of Chicago, but lor
morly of Omaha, This play was constructed
while he was n momlur of tha ll'orif
llertthl stnlf. Atmiit a year ago It wan an
nounced tliatK. K. Hlco would bring It out;
but that inanngor'H tlnauclal dllllcultles caus
ed him to abandon tho project. Now that
Hoed has It, it will bo given n trial. It is
said tho author received 10,000 for It but
this Is probably greatly exaggerated.
Homo people who have n faculty for re
membering stngo favorites were disappoint
ed not to see l'ercy Haswell In "The Club
Friend". Hhs was with thu romptuy up to
a fow days ago. MM Haswell Unit mule an
Impression hero two years ago as tho gener
al's daughter in ''Shenandoah" Last season
sub was with "A Midnight Hell''. Him has
many admirers in Lincoln and would have
received a warm reception here.
"Tho palmy days of tho drama," says dear
old "aunt" Louise Kldrldge. "Yes, I know;
then wo had no railroads, no steamships, no
telegraph, no gumr, no gas, no matches, no
sewing machines, no postage stamp, no
photographs. People drank green tea, ate
supper and went to bud with night-caps mid
warming (miiis; slept on fotthor bods with
red curtains, mid dreaded tin fresh air In
their rooms, which sourible folk dread to be
without now. And then the old days aro
associated with calomel and blue pills, and
baits and senna, and Jalap mid rhubarb.
No I the present Is good enough for me. I
Hlco tho electric light better than the dull
street lamps lit with whale oil; tho cars
better than the old omnibuses. Who In thu
"palmy days" would have thought of giving
a performance for oor children mid Christ
mas dinners to thousands of them I
HKAllI) IN TIIK WINCIM.
"The Power of tho Pros" will shortly
wake a tour of the Pacific coast.
Mr. Charles II. Hoyt sent his partner, Mr.
Charles Tiiomas a 400 diamond ring ns it
Annie 1'ixley, who is In retirement this
season, has rod and accepted two new plays,
She will resume early next August.
Exit W. J. Bcaulaul In nil human proba
bility this popular Irish comedian has made
his lust appearance on the stage of life.
Sarah Bernhardt has been doing poorly in
New England. Advance price in Spring
field aiid Worcester caiHu.l the theatrej to
be half empty.
The Burglar, which was advertised to
appear at Kunko's, cancelled Its dates there
and will appear at the New Lansing next
Saturday evening. ,
"Sho was tho life mid sole of the piece from
beginning to end" is the way a New York
critic comments on Nellie McIIeury In "A
Night at tho Circus."
Miss Gale's II ret tour is said to have e
tabllshed the fact that sho is to beconio one
of the most opular and proiltable of the
long listof female stars.
Starr Morrissoy, tho well known theatrical
agent and brother of J. W. Morrissey of the
Madison Squaro theatre, Nuw York, died on
Monday in St. Vincent's hoipital.
Bronson Howard, David Bolasco, Sydney
Kosenfeld, H. C. DeMlllo mid Alexander
Blssou, uro writing new plays for Charles
Frohman. All of them will be produced
"Yon Yonsoii" has taken New (York ly
storm. It Is sild that what "Fritz" was to
tho German stago "Yon" will bo to thn Swcil
Ish, and enthusiastic critics uro predicting
that its success will lie greater than "Fritz.1
Hoyt's new ploy "A Temperance Town,"
which was to have been produced nt Co
lumbus, Ohio, on March 11), will be seen for
the first time at Buffalo, March 14. It is
said tho change was made because of the
Tho new society comedy which Manager
Augustus Pitou his purchased for his stock
company has been written by Fuunle Aymar
Mathews mid Is called "The Crisis." The
play is in four acts with nil of the scones
laid in Washington. It treats of diplomatic
und social life in that city. Tho piece will
bo put in rehearsal at once and produced at
at early date.
A PALATIAL CIGAR STORE.
Ana u Hit or History About u Prominent
Heater In tho Delicious Weed.
Fow people that enjoy tho rich fumes of a
flue Havana cigar mid that havo lived in
Lincoln long enough to call themselves a res
dont, do not know, personally or by reputa
tion, Ed Young, the clgarlst. Mr. Young's
business caroor in Lincoln, which dates bad;
for a erIod of llvo years I lllled with that
success which goes to place him at the head
of tho cigar business in thu capital city. In
fact there was never more than a "cigar
stand1' In Lincoln until tho inception of his
llrst cigar store which old residents will re
member was located In tho bas-jment of the
Richards block with tho completion of that
structure. Ilusluess )ooti increased In thai
locality so that a move to larger quarters
was necessary, and accordingly his late loca
tion wn? Ilttud up and occupied. There his
former success. was repeated and business
continued to increase. Too close confine
ment to business (mid nil pitrous know or
his strict attention to that ) caused failing
health, mid health being the llrst cnusidsra
tlou in life, Mr. Young sold his flourishing
business to his head salesman. After a need
ed rest of several mouths and feeling like n
Ash out of water, Mr. Young finds himself
once more liko of old endowed with good
health, vigor mid enterprise, ready again to
enter tho commercial field in his favmlte
Hue of business. Mr. Young's latest move
will bo both a surprise and pleasant involu
tion to all his friends and pitrous for when
they see thA beautiful now place they will bo
surprised at tlio magnificence thereof and
the convenience afforded. This beautiful re
sort is located at 1307 O sticot,
oppcslte tho Burr block where on mid
ftr next Monday the ever gonial lux-t will
welcome one and all. All thu fixtures were
tunilo according to Mr. Young's original
1 has by tho Nebraska Plaining Mill and are
of antique oik, similar to bank work, To
givo a description of tho store In these col
tiuisi would occupy too much space, so wo
would advise you to step in mid sea for your
self, ltd Youngs now place will uuiloulitcd
ly be tho finest and most popular cigar store
lit Nebraska after next Wt-ek.
"Tales from 'liwn Tup'c, No. 'J." tho sco
cud of the series lixvntly started by the pub
lishers of New York 7'oicn Topics, has mnde
Its appearance. It Is a collection of the fa
voritestorles, jioems, jokes, etc., that have
imtH-arcd In the pages of the journal Itself,
ITown Topics Publishing Co., HI West VSM
Street, New York
UM)ii the completion of tils contract with
tho Ilnrpors as editor of their .Ifitfiufiir,
which expires March Nt, Mr. William I),
Howells will assume editorial charge of the
C'i.imn;ofi7iin in conjunction with John
llrisblu Walker, tho present manager of the
editorial destinies of that monthly, mid wilt
give his entire services to that mugarlno in
which everything ho writes will appear.
Mr. llowetls is universally legnrded as tho
foremost American man of letters mid his
engagement with tho Vo.imopottttin must bo
generally conceded a valuable acquisition
to It already brilliant staff, which Includes
Alu rat Hulstead and Edward Everett Hale.
The many readers of this popular magazine
will look for even greater accomplishments
under Mr. Howells administration, mid it
is s'ifo to say that they will not be ills
"Tho Yellow Hlblion Speaker" of readings
and recitations, compile I by Hev. Anna II.
Shaw, Allca Stone Blackwell mid Lucy El
mlno Anthony. This work contains u line
collection of readings and recitations, in
proto mid verse, which are a lapted to cover
u wide range of usefulness not Only for or
dinary school purpxes but for exhibitions,
entertainments, reading cIuIm, etc. Thu se
lections run from "gravo to gay, from II vely
to seveie," nil bearing nidio or less directly
on the subject of "Equal Hights," and nil
having literary mei it, having been chosen
by thu editors from among thu gems of such
brilliant writers ns Wendell Phillips, Phetio
Cary, Uiaco Greenwood, Lucy Stone, Georgo
William Curtis, Eliza Sprout Turner, Lillle
Uevcioaux lllikc, etc., etc. Ia-o fc Hliepiud,
Boston, who also announce for immediate
publication "1'he White Hihhou Speaker,"
and "The Blue Hlbhon Speaker."
How to Freshen and Restore Velvet.
Velvet can bo washed if soiled and re
stored to its first freshness by putting n
hot iron bottom upward with n wet
towel folded In several thicknesses over
it nml then passing tho velvet with the
pilo up over it slowly back and forth
until the steam has lifted the pilo to its
proper position. After thu pile is nil
raised liiy the velvet on a smooth plnco
where nothing will touch tho pilo to
flatten or crush it down and leave it to
dry und when dry it will bo liko new.
How to llebntn Srrlpturn Questions.
First of nil, ugreo with your opponent
as to tho rule determining tho meaning
of words. If you cannot settle that,
yon can never bottle anything.
How to Muke Kyelaslies flrow.
Every night just before retiring rub
tho edges of tho oyelids with a prepara
tion made of one part of vaselino and
two parts of oil of cajeput. This can bo
obtained of any druggist. Thirty or
forty drops and half as much vaseline is
enough for n year. Keep it tightly
corked. Tho same preparation will pro
mote tho growth of the eyebrows, and
experiment might prove it good on bald
heads ns well. It is very stimulating
How to Aililres CuriU of Invitation.
Before tho free delivery system pre
vailed in American cities it was thu cus
tom to take invitations to balls, parties
and weddings around and deliver each
one at tho door of tho person invited.
This is still the custom in some of the
cities, but it does not prevail to any ex
tent, as tho postal freo delivery answers
tho purpotso quite ns well, and the old
stylo involved a great deal of unneces
sary labor. Under tho old custom, the
cards of invitation were placed in nn en
velope upon which was written "Mr.
and Mrs. John Smith." No directions
were added, as every one in town knew
where every ono else lived. This is still
tho custom with regard to the envelope
holding the cards. But now, when they
aro sent through tho mails this envelope
is placed in another one which is sealed,
nr.d on which is written thu full iitltlreio.
with street number and name of the
city. It is usual to preservo invitations.
for nwhilo at least, and tho outside en
velope is discarded, as thu postofllec
marks und canceled stamps do not look
neat in n card basket in tho reception
room, and besides this, if thero be only
ono envelope, nnd it be scaled, when this
is broken thero is nothing in which to
preservo the cards of invitation.
How Measles Mny lie Detected.
Many mothers might bo spared great
anxiety by knowing tho special signs
that go to show what the disease is that
has attacked her child, and while no ar
bitrary rules can be given, tho following
descriptions may prove of great help:
Measles begins like a cold, with intense
smarting of tho eyes and tears stream
from them constantly, and there is much
headache and pain in all the bones. Thu
eruption in measles is of a sort of pur
plish red, and lumpy and blotchy hi
liatches, the skin having a mottled ap
pearance. A Mutter of Location.
Chicago Man I want to change my order
for a linen duster, nnd order a fur lined
Tailor Yes, Mr. Nothing wrong, sir!1
Chicago Man Oh, no. I have jiut
moved Into a more northern part of the
city. Clothier and Furnisher.
A lair Sign.
"1 am nfraid that George Is tiring of
"He has been telling me that I am too
good a woman to be the wife of such a nniu
as he is." lndlamis)lH Journal.
A man standing In a store door In t
Texas town called out to a countryman
vlttlug on a wagou:
"How aro all my folks coming our"
"Your brother's bay mule is dead, but
Ml thu rest of your kinsfolk aro alive and
klckliig."-Tcxas SI flings.
Continued from clithlh pane.
Mr. Goo, llonlfiu'e, Jr., the clever come
dian of the P.iiillnoi Hall optfrii coup any
dined with Mr. F. C. Helming at his homo
on II street Wednesday.
A conundrum reception was held nt the
lesldeucoof Mrs. llarr Parker Wednesday
evening In honor of her sister, Mrs. T II,
Digger of Xeuln, Ohio, A large number of
guests wjio present who sKint n very eu
Joynhle evening, Hetreshiuents were
Bei l Cheney mid Miss Lulu Beach were
united in wedlock at the homo of the bride's
pal cuts, Tenth and I. streets, Thursday live
ning by Hev. K, II. Cm lis or the First Pies
hytcilau church, A reception was held
niter the ceieinony, after which Mr, mid Mrs,
Cheney hoarded tho train for Omaha, where
they will lesldo hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert M. Simons entertain
ed a paity of friends at high live at their
houiu IWI 0 street Monday evening. Re
freshments, hi courses, weio served at eleven
p.m. The following guests were present!
Mr. mid Mrs. C, B. Allen, I). E. KVycs, A.
It. Sampson, Goo, Thompson, W. M. Wells,
C. N. Ciimdall, C. F. lianas, Fred A. Wil
son, I)r, Moore, Frank It irlhnloiuow, A. (1.
!a:ss, E. L. Stout, C. M. Ilerrlck, Will Dor
gnu, L. W. Oaroutto; .Missus Jennie Smith,
Clara Kelluiu, Mary Smith, Mrs. McGnffey,
Decatur, III., Mr. A, tl. Kellum, Jesse
Smith, t'nik Garoutte. Tho llrst pn.es were
captured by A. It. Hampton mid Mrs. C, II,
Allan, tho second by Frist A. Wilson and
Mrs. 1). E. Koyes.
A very pleasant wedding occurred at the
residence of Mr. and Mi-s. W, T. Moore,
near Twenty-seventh and Apple streets,
East Lincoln, nt slxo'chick Tmirtdty ovo
nlug when Miss Miss .Mluulii Moore mid John
L. Pasco were united hi in irrlago by the
Hev, L. W.Terry, After receiving the con
gratulations of their frion.ls, tho company
sut down to a bounteous wtsMIng feast. Thu
affair was u very quiet odd, only the Imme
diate relatives mid friends of ill j contracting
putli-s lielng present, llio couple liavo tak
en up their lesidcnco In n cosy homo which
has already lieeu provided. The giMom is
well and favorntily known here, mid tho
bride, though not long a resilient of Lincoln,
has all eudy made u very charming elide of
triends, Both have the best of wldiot for a
happy toyngo down tho journey of life.
Tim C'nnso of Cobwebs.
Tht'celebriitisl English poet Dryden hart
n wife who was ambitious to write poctr)
us well as her husband So she shut hw
nlf up In her apartments tocntnKiso vcrxca.
Sail to say, the servants took advantage ol
her absence to neglect their work, and Dry
den wo mortified to be obliged to receivi
his Mends In u room which plainly showed
".Mrs. Dryden," cried he in n rage aftu
the gentlemen had gone, "I dcslro you wil
write no more poetry, madam."
"Why ho, my dear?" iwkisl the good hu
"Hecmise," cried he, "I notice whenevci
we both write poetry at the same time th
spiders Immediately begin to spin cob
webs." Harper's Young People.
Just us Fatal.
Flggs The coroner's Jury found tint
Hnyrlch died from a blow administered by
Dlggs -How In the woi Id could that have
Flggs He blew out the gas. Now York
ilarrlgau Did you read about tho organ
grinder who tisik out the Stratisa waltsc
and put in Wagncrf
Heilly No. Did tho police Interfere?
Harrigan Certainly not; he wits quite
dead when they found him. New York
Mr. Illackhllls (displaying his collection
if Indian curios) That is a specimen of the
var paint or the Sioux. I brought It whoa
I came home from my last trip.
Fair Visitor Ah, yes, I see: sort of i
Sioux veneer. Iloston Post.
"What Is the matter, dearastf"
"Somelln uwful's happened, mamma."
"Well, what Is it, sweetheartr"
"My d doll baby got away from on I
and bwoked a plate out in the pantwy."
Harper's Young People.
Uo was warned against tho womern
8h was warned against the man.
And ef that won't mako a wcddln,
W'y.thuy's nothlii else that can.
,lame Wliltcnmh Hilar.
A Powerful Motor.
Wife Dear met How are we ever to get
through this crowd t We'll miss tho train.
Hu.slMtud Italse your umbrella ami walk
ahead. I'll follow.-New York Weekly.
No Iteatli In tlie I'liiiilly.
Cliibberly What have you got a mourn
ing baud on your silk hat for?
Plnkstone Tho hat needed It. Clotblexr
Neshlt's show windows du ring toe holiday
trade havo been tho source of much pleasure
to the parsers by on O street. Tho decora
tions havo not only been tasteful and unique,
but the goods shown cnmprixcd tlie nowest
tilings for footwear that can anywhero lo
found. Verily, Nesblt Is tho progressive
hoo man of Lincoln.
Miss Anna Dick, Modiste. Corner Elev
onth nnd I streets over Lincoln Having
liiiuk it Safety Deposit Co., eutiauco on 1
All meals at OdcU's new dining hall re
duced to twenty cents. No credit and no
tickets to anyone. The meals are same as
formerly and tho pi Ice lower than over.
This uiahes the board at Udell's cheap mid
the let in tho state for the money.
The Wldtebreuht Coal and Lime company
Is always at the front supplying the finest
giadchof all kinds of coal
E. It, Guthrie has ui ranged to continue
In the carriage line. Ciibtomers wanting
ill st. class win I; will do well to wait for a
new lino of tho very finest Jobs on tlie inar
Kot which will airlvo In ample time for
spring tiado at 15IU O street.
The famous Humbler wheels still take the
lead and E. It. Ouihtie still maintains the
i gency as 1510 O street. In connection with
Is establishment Mr. CJuthrlo has a fchool
d teaching how to ride. With eaoh sale of
.i m.iclm e goes u guarantee, that he will
eacii you now to riu M-rfectly and
ihtirgn for instruction,
How In Teavli a Horse In Nlnijle Foot.
Tho idnglu foot, or tho "rnok" as It In
called In Kentucky, Is nu artlllclul gait,
but certain breeds, of horses havo boon
educated to It for so miitiy generations
that to go thn gait has become second
nature to them, just as it Is natural now
for a pointer puppy to point game oven
before hu has been trained, The single
foot is a combination of tho trot und a
jog, and any active and not too mettle
soinu horsu can bo broken into it. When
the horsu has quickened his pace from a
walk to a jog, and just as lie is about to
begin going one degree faster, that is
Into a tmt, if his head bo held up with
tho curb ruin, this interference will
cause 11 iib to movu bis front feet moru
quickly and take shorter steps. Then
ho will bo neither trotting nor jogging,
but racking, lly continuing this opera
tion the horse will somu learn what thu
rider wishes, by thu jerk on the curb
and will gb into thu single foot at com
mand. It is tho easiest of all gaits on
tho rider and the hardest on tho horse.
How the Kiprrmlnn "lliifore Vim Can
Hny .laek llnbliisitii" Orlultiuled,
This current phrase Is derived from a
humorous song by Hudson, a tobacconist
In Shoe lane, Loudon, England, who
lived about tho tdoso of thu last century.
Ho was a professional Ming writer and
vocalist, who was engaged at supper
rooms and theatrical performance.
I low the Apostles lllril,
Matthew is supposed to havo nuf-
fered martyrdom or to have been slain
with n sword in Arabia Felix. St. Mark
was dragged through tho streetsof Alex
andria in Egypt until ho expired. St.
Luke was hanged upon an olive tree In
Greece. St. John was put Into n caul
dron of boiling oil in Hume, but escaped
death. He afterward died a natural
death at Ephesus in Asia. St. .lames
tho Great was beheaded at Jerusalem.
St. James tho Less was thrown from a
pinnacle or wing of tho temple and then
beaten to death with n fuller's club. St.
Philip was hanged up against a pillar nt
Hieropolis, n city of Phrygia. St. Bar
tholomew was Hayed alive by tho com
mand of a barbarous king. St. Andrew
was bound to :i cross, from which ho
preached to tho peoplo until ho expired.
St. Thomas was run through tho body
with a lauco at Caronndel in tho East In
dies. St. Jude was shot to death with
arrows. St. Simon Zealot was crucified
in Persia. St. Matthias was first stoned
and then beheaded. St. Barnabas was
stoned to death by thu Jows at Salauin.
St. Paul was beheaded at Itoiuo by tho
tyrant Nero. St. Peter, or Simon Peter,
nccording to tho tradition of tho early
church, wns crucified at Romo about
the same time as St. Paul.
How tlie Kiimliiiis Keep Kggt.
They sot them small end down in
crocks, then pour in melted tallow till
tho crock is full und let it harden.
How to .Holiler.
A tinker needs few tools for his solder
ing. A fire, a soldering iron, a bar of
soldor, a lump of rosin and a brick will
set him u)) in trade. Watch him never
so closely and you will bo likely to miss
ono trick on which his success hangs. If
you try soldering yourself you must
know it. Heat your iron very hot, not
necessarily red hot, but hot enough to
melt tho solder on contact. Then let n
few drops of the solder fall on thu brick
nnd rub tho iron in thu molten metal till
it (tho iron) is well covered. Then go
ahead; the rest is easy, Crumblo a little
rosin on the spot that is to be tinkered.
Melt us much soldor as you need, lot
ting it fall on tho rosin, and rub the iron
over it till you have it woll in place. It
will cool very quickly. If you don't
cover tho iron thinly with soldor first
you can't do tho job.
To Ilemiive Tar NpoU from Carpet.
Cover tho tar spot with butter; tho
tar nnd butter will combine and cnu bo
sponged out with soap and warm water.
How tit Make lleuteu HIsciilU.
This is tho most wholesomo form of
hot bread. Tho biscuits aro sometimes
called in thu north nnd east "Maryland
biscuits,' but they did not originate
thero and nre common nil over tho
south. Hub otic-qunrter of a pound of
lard into 1 pounds of flour, adding
it pinch of salt. Mix enough milk or
water with it to mako a stiff dough.
Beat tho dough well with a rolling pin
for half an hour or more, or until it
blisters under tho blows nnd will break
when pulled. Littlo machines como for
tho purposo of working tho dough In
stead of beating it. This is a good sub
stitute, ns it saves labor. Holl the dough
out to n little less than half an inch in
thickness, cut it into littlo biscuits,
pricking each one with a fork, nnd bake.
They uro best served hot but aro also
How to Sweep n Carpet.
Incline thu handle of tho broom a littlo
forward nnd givo a light drawing stroke.
Tho stroke should bo such as to roll tho
dirt aloftg the carpet, not to throw it up
and forward. Old tea leaves or littlo
btU of ilnmp paper help to take up tho
How Some I'nlysylliilile Are l'rououiiced.
Antipodes nu.ii-o-dees. Arch in
English comiiouiids, such us archbishop,
archduke, etc., artch; but in words de
rived from the Greek, ark: for instance,
archaic is pronounced ar-A-a-ik; archie
ology, ar-ko-o-o-gyi archangel, nrk-um-gel:
archetype, nr-ko-typoj nrchiepibco
pal, ar-ke-e-;uVco-palj nrchipelego, nr-ko-ei-n-go:
archives, r-kivz, etc. As
paragus as spelled, not osparagrnss.
Biography as spelled, not bt'-ogrnphy.
Covetous cut'-o-tus, not cuv-o-chua.
Courteous eurt-yus. In bronchitis, ton
bilitis, laryngitis and similar names of
local inflatnations sound the i long, m
3k ipf Jill Mmf1
Sllll 01 "02
. . J .
1 Ins shed
And mny his bright unci friendly rays,
Illume with light your future clays.
With the beginning of the New Year we commence our
All our Mens' nml Hoys' heavy suits und overcoats must be doted out within the
uct slxtv tliijs. 'I'o do this we have Hindi' such
siBiDXJCTionsr oif1 peioes .
that end, and every garment In the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
COR. 0 AND TENTH STS.
1023 O STEBET.
Unsparing Cut Before Inventory.
Our policy is to clear out our stock before a new
FROM THE 1st TO 15th OF JANUARY
is the time of extreme reductions in
CLOAKS, FURS, HOSIERY,
A lot of Dress Goods Remnants, considerably below dost.
Miss Florence Pierce, of Wnvcrly, won the large Manicure set, drawn by No.
2001. The articles still unclaimed nrc Heaver Cape, No. 373; Doll, No. 1882; Silk Um
brella, No. 1096; Working Hox, No, 2214. If not claimed by next Saturday wc Minll
have a new drawing.
1023 O STEEET.
Your Corns and
Would quit busliicuKlf joti
"Grover's Soft Shoes for Tender Feet."
I 8 IM.I, Til KM.
ED. G. VAXES,
1120 O STREET.
We keep In Htichl or nil the people, hu-IiirIiik hitch o'er hill and steeple,
Telll, a to eiirh w irhl nml tur, what our splendid bargain are.
S. II. Nlslet tits tlio fret from ati'k Unit Incomplete,
TcllliiK other worlds the iu-wb, where to puruluuo ladle' shoes.
Kor the opera, tlie ball room or street v"ir, wo show attractive and oxcluMv ity
lots O St S. B.
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knul menus on you,
Suits and Overcoats.
limine Is a vci liable bnignlii,
oflcrcd hmi by the
OSTieSST. 1015 OSt
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