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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1892
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N(ULATI0M OF LINCOLN 65,000.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
COU.TKNTII ANMJ P ST.
WADlIt' FURNISHING GOODS
A Ml of Dr. Wnrncr'k and nml Rail's Cornell
HtMIIRY, UNDKKWKAH AND KID UMtVKH
In largo assortments,
Wo lirtvo tho agency for
Th Butterlok's Patterns.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
The CoUHlKR will not lw rrionsllilo for
any debt made by any ono in It name, on
es) a written order nivonimnli tho snino,
Wc want to clone out our
P. D. CORSETS
If price Ik any object to your IhiIuk
one, cnll nml tec us,
Cor. O nml tath Sti. Opera Iloue Corner
The Courier Can lie round At
Motel Lincoln News Htand.
Windsor llotnl Now Htiind.
Oaoltal Hotel New Hlnnd. , ,
Weirs Dining Hall. Mosonlo Tomplo
iVmhamnNew Mand, IHa 0 HI.
The Apox, 111 North lit h Htrcct.
fcd. Young, 1020 OHtroet.
Saion,Kl" olr UoylliM OHtrco I.
SS.Jii.i,ii. Itnrtuir H inn. Illirr It I
International Now Knnwirlum, IM O Ht.
Hon Tun Clsar Hlore, W North 111 li Htrcol.
SkJoS". Nowtnnl,'ll South Ilth Hlreet.
jar An extra supply of papers Is always left
iThe Sotham, In enso olhor Newsdealers
uppiies run short.
W. R. Dknnis,
Commencing April first, Thk Couhikh
wlH Insert notice pertaining to sociables,
festivals, lecture, meetings and ermoni for
M churches free of charge. Advertisement
tor entertainments where an admission Is
ekarged will lie inserted at one-halt tho reg
vkrrate. Legal Notice,
In DUtrlot court l
Lancaster Co., Nob. f
Deldrlcli Bwltier defondont will tako
notice that on the clovontu day of April,
MMJohn W.ailleple plalnttir herein nlod 111
petition In the district court of Lanoaitor coun
ty Nebraka,agalnt ald deroudent.the object
and prayer of which are to recover posso
ton of the north half of the north-west
quarter or aectlon twelvo, In town eleven
aorta range Ave, cast, of the sixth p. in. In
Lancaster county, Nebraska, and for f00
rests and prom received by said defendent
while he has held unlawful possession there
of and for costs of suit.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday tho 15th day of February,
by DavihAHibmir. Att'ys.
Leesd b Personal.
- WhHebrerst Coal and Lime Company.
fjaeota Ioe Co., 1040 O St. Telephone 3BB
CMea City Cool at the Waitebreatt
Caalaad Line Co.
Cmly the Inest cuts and choicest meats
wrved to customers of Chlpnun & Sheen,
lMlO street. Phone 190.
TsuHti can hare their party dresses cleaned
by the French dry process at the Lincoln
stoasB dye works 1105 O street.
Applications for' rental of Turner hall for
socials mad dancing received at P. J. Wohlen
fcsrg cigar store, 198 a Ilth street.
Flannel shirts cleaned without shrinking by
the French dry cleaning process, only 15 eta.
at Lincoln Btsam Dye works, 1105 O street.
"Not how cheap, but how good" Is the
Motto of the new Studio Lo Grande. Call
ad tee their work, I'M south Twelfth street.
Orders tor piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, HOB soutu Kwventn street, win
receive prompt ntteutlon by S. O. Quick.
Never order a photograph or picture of
any kind until you have seen the work done
at the new Studio Lo U rondo, YM south
The celebrated Egg Shampoo removes
dandruff and promotes the growth of the
hair. Fcr tale by Miss Johnston, 1114 O
HotaliBg the O street grocer says he is
hasaan and snakes mistakes but will cheers
faUy rectify them . That la more than some
y wist do.
The Psemsular baas burner U the latest
kswroved heater In the market. Before buy
lag, call and see u full luw at Dunham At,
Buek.HSWO street, , "'
Oeattemen should iiow,(set out their last
sjusasosr'ssult, Ukeitto 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
w I pBMMS)nS
7s atta t r
Materials at popular prices at the sew Lin-
frame and art company, witn cute
, W0 south Kiev enth street.
Original round oak stoves, the only air-,
tight round oak stove on the market, cones
ausatly the most economical in consumption
sxfatL Bold only by Dunham and Buck
UM O street.
LadiMwUleosMuH their best Interest by
taetrsaeat aa4 gome at Chlpmaa
i, Mfi u street, ah orders euaer
rvy gejg.i -'
(TlioCouiiiKtt Invltn Hi reader to uoic
trlhulotu thUdopsrlmnnt, sondlngus cither
by mnll, mes.onitoi cir telephone, (No, 'i'.'l
personal Items, reports of parties, socials,
lens, weddings, ohurch entertainments, inusl
cnles, do., which lnivo or ore iibout to occur.
Never mind tho Isuitungo; iilvo us the
iwtllitn anil wo will ilo Ihn rout. It In essential
though, (lint no have t lilx Information nt Jthu
earliest pruotlcahlo iiimnoiil, Wlionovur nn
liivltutliin lulhi'so event Is oxtihttcd,n t;ou
iiikii reiri'enliillvn will Im delegated lo lit
(I, V. MnKoimtiirtiM Untunlny for Doiivir.
(I, II. Ilellly xturliil Momlny for ClilcnKo.
C, C, btunloy of Onmlml vUltliiK In town.
Miiry It, t'limpboll left for Denver Bdtur
dny. Mr. I', lleibi'it ntarUnl for ClilcnKo
A. L. llm Uliorn lolt for Clinrlm City, In.
J. P. Htrcctor Htnrtcil Momlny for I'msc.
',. H. nml 1', A. Kckvrt started Momlny for
Hon.L. Ii. Davis of llcntrlco wn In tho
lion. John Btoou of Wulioo, wiut In tho
city till week.
V, O, Knglinli of tho llurliiigton win In tlio
J. H. Wolty i.tnrt.nl Bnttmluy nlKht for
MIm Mary It. Cninpboll lea Monday for
O. W. (Icrwlg left Tuesday for n throo
weeks trip In the eant,
Dr. Taylor rotui-ned Monday from u trip
throiiKh tho Northwest.
Mr. John D. CumiliiKliaiti returuod Tuom
dny from n trip to Tuxiih.
Henry Verbcrg and K. K. LuyHtor otartivl
for Imllaii(iiollH Momlny.
U. II, llarmii' was ninoii(? tho paitiunguii)
bound for Chicago Monday,
Mm, John Zehrung hint Uwn vIhUIiik
friundM In Onmlia thin week,
Mr, and Mrx. C. A. llobblns huvo ruturu
cd fiom their trip to IIIIiioih.
A. H. Uicou, of lloittrk'o, li In tho city thU
week , looking up old frlemU.
Colonel Frank EdKecomb of the Kails City
Juuvmtl was in tho city Tuevlay.
Tho Tlilmblo club met Wednesday aftei
noon with .Mlsn Jeiiulo Underwood.
There will bo u ladlra roooptloa at tho
Union club next Wednesday uvcnlug.
MIumm Maud Uurr uudOllvu Lattn onjoyed
a sojourn In Nebraska City tho past week.
W, C. Masnoy, of Uenova, county clerk of
Fillmoro county was In tho city over Sun
day, Mesdaiupa C. Thompson, E. E. Drown,
and U. E. Yates visited friends in Oinalm
Dr .W, Heeves has removed to Denver
which place will bo bis iormauent residence
In the future.
Dr. and Mrs. V. U Dayton wero called to
Chicago, on account of the illuosx of ruatlvos
V. L. Sheldon and family started for Now
York, Monday, where they will eud a
couple ot months.
Mr. John I. Underwood was culled to
Duyton, Ohio, Monday, by tho illness of her
mother, Mrs. Ho wells.
Mil May Uurr, who lias been spending
tho holiday vacation at homo here, returned
to her studies Mouday.
John W. l'astgnto ot tho Chicago lleruld,
is rustling about Lincoln in tho Interest ot
that enterprising sheet.
Miss Kna Uearn ot Auburn, Nob., is in
attendance at the conservatory ot music,
having arrived hero Mouday.
Mis Mary E. Noonan, who ha been
spending the holidays in town, ha returned
to her studies at Da vonport, la. '
J. H. Albright and Mr. C, E. Albright
returned from an extruded visit among
relatives and frleud In Boston.
W. S. Howell, traveling passenger ugent
of the Ohlcago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
railroad, lain theoity on busiuess.
Professor Morse, ot tho conservatory, who
has been speudlng the holiday vacation visit
ing friends In Illinois, returned home Satur
day. Mr. ami Mrs. David Kile of Beatrice were
the city Baturday. They intend to take
up their residence at this place lu tho near
The monthly social of Electa Chapter, No.
will bo held at the home ot Mrs, L. W.
Usroutte, 534 north Twelfth street Tuesday
Mis Bessie Hall, ot Omaha, returned to
her home Sunday after n pleasant visit In
tills city, a the guost of Miss Leila Shears
at the Lincoln.
Mrs. John M. Cotton left for Broken Bow
Sunday iu response to a message stating
that her sister, Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, was
dangtrously ill. '
Amosa Wilson ot Denver, Is visiting his
mother in thU city. Ills sister, Miss Jeau
ette, eutertalned a few friends In his honor
The Plymouth Literary club will meet
with Mrs. Allyn, 1707 Washington street
Tuesday evening. The subject for the eve
ning will be "James Feuimore Cooper."
Ml Belle Sousley, who bos been the guest
ot Miss Fannie Hawloy, 1734 M street, for
several days pant, returned Monday to her
home In Nebraska City, after a pleasant
'A'H 1st Ida Tow ot Beatrice, who has been
the guest ot her sister, Miss -Helen, in this
city for several days, returuod to her homo
Saturday evening, well pleased with her re
The Beta club bold a very pleasant,
meeting at the home of Mr. Scott, New
Years' night. An onterttdnlng program
was rendered and appetizing refreshments
Miss Ona Itnhoff received her young
fridiids to tho number of about wventy at
the home ot ber parents, Mr. and Mr. J. J.
Imhoff, New Years' afternoon between
three and six o'clock. Light refreshments
were served. A uumber of young ladies as
skied the hostess in receiving.
The members of Owasbtonong club, which
was organised for the season, were eutertain-
iil by Mr. mid Mrs. James W, Smith nt
their home, WKi , street. CnnU wero Ihn
feature of tint livening. Thoxo pivsont worn
the Mrsxers nml Menlnint, V. M, llllsh, A.
M, Htowiirt, TIioiimh (I. Iovc, Jiinieo Miller
nml A. A. Hcottt l'rof. (1. V, Hill, MIm
(lily II, llurlbut handsomely entertained
a lai'tto xirly of fi lunds nt his homo, at Six
teenth nml (I Ktl'evt", lnt ovenluir, Tho
iKvailon wns oiiu of tniich ilvasuro and will
long exist iiuuuiK tho ilonmit nixinorlos of
thowi piewnt. Tho evening pasnil very en
enjoyably, with the varinus niuuHoiuunlN of
fered and when tho iity lolireil t their
iwiiectlvH lioiiies I hoy wero unanimous In
the ptnln of their host nml tho uveulnif' en
teitnlumeut they had enjoyed.
Tho election of olllcvrH of tho Catholic
Union club was held Tuonlay evening when
tho following win o elected for tho ensuing
ynli ' Chillies McClnvo, prekldetit; James
J, Condon, vice piesldeiil; 1U' It. Kutler,
recording secieUiiy; 1'iltilck liri.hiui. llnaii
clal MVietnry; W, C. Fltrgernld, treiisiirei ;
J, Hulllvan, librarian ; August VVeiss, inai
slml; William V. Ilaitou, Jom.'ih Rein,
Jniuui II. O'Neill, T. K. Kelly, Dr, T, F.
Ilrltt, uxvcutlvo coiniiiltU'o.
Mrs. Colonel J.J. Kelly wns tho object of
an excellently planned nml well executed
surprise at tho family residence Now Years'
evening when she wns tho recipient of a
Immlsoiuu gold watch, tho gift of hor hus
band, and solid silver Ublo warn trout her
children. Tho presentation remarks wero
niacin by W. H. Kelly, ot Omaha, who wns
present with his family, A bountiful ro
pnst was served and tho evening pleasantly
whllcd uway. The urprlso was complete
A small company of f i lends wero pleas
antly entertained at high II vo by Mis Maria
it. 1.. Mai-shall Saturday evening. Tlio roy-
nl prlr.es wero gracefully enptured by Chris
tina Muy Mooro and Mnttsou II. J. ltaldwlii
nml tho booby by Uruco 1. I. Uurr, John
N. C. Iittrldge. A delightful time wns en
joyed by thosu pnyellt, ilfcludllig the Misses
JexMlern K. Leluml, Chiistliiu M. Mooref
Ornco 1. 1. Uurr, V, J. White; Messrs. Ma'l-
hoii 11. J. Baldwin, John N. C. Iittridge,
lloscoo C. 1. Curtico and Uuy II. W. llurl
but. Tho Woinaii's Social club wns gracefully
entertained Now Yvnr night nt tho coxy
icsldvucool Mr. nml Mrs. C. O. Stictlaud,
corner ot l'ilovelitu anil u stioew, wuoro
high tho mid luncheon wero enjoyed ami u
delightlul uvouliig spent. Tuusu present
weios Messrs ami Aiesiiumus u. u'iieii, u. ii.
Vun Dusvii. James Miller, Hal Northnui,
Dr. Trogdvii, It. Hohlaiider, E. 11. I'ogler,
Myron E. Wheeler, Douglas Shilling, Nuto
Cambridge, Darber, and Miss Do ran ot
Mutloou, III. Tho trophies wero awarded to
Mrs Shll.lug mid Mr. O.Nell.
A lodge of tho Order ot tho World wih or
gaulxetl hero this week with lltfy-two chnrter
luemberi. Tlio following olllccrs wow elect
ed and Installed; Past president, l'rof. D. H.
Lllllbrtdgo; president, Dr. J. It. HitgKurd;
vice-president, A. Ii. Manchester J secrctury,
llurry Fletcher; treasurer, I. L. Lyuidu;
chaplain, Hov. John Hewitt; inurshall, L.
jf. Emery: sentinel, Frank P. Kolsoui;
guard, Mrs. Suslo Kolsoui; trustees, J. E. It.
Miller, Dr. T. C. Kern uml Itov. T. F. Stutit
for. Tho next meeting will bo held Wed
nesday eveulug, January '-XHh nt Young's
hall, 1510 O street.
Tho "Lurking Club'' w.h very plousuntly
entertained ut tho homo ot Miss Helen A,
Uain, on south Twenty-seventh street, Eusi
Lincoln, Tuesday evening. About twenty
guests wore present uml enjoyed to the
utmost tho pleasures of high llvu, tho
terpslchoreuu festivities, and, lust but not
least by any moans, the uppotiilng refresh
ments provided. Tlio party dispersed about
one o'clock after a most enjoyable evening
Those present wore tho Misses Amber Uarn
aby, Florence Hale, Jennie Uuuclier, Peter
man, Murgeribi Hullot, Uluticho Skidmoro,
Helen A. Uain, and Vivian ; Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Paco; Mosul Frod Hullutt, Uuy Halo,
Fml Kimball, William McShuno, Eugene
and Thomas Hollisler, Ueorgo West, und
Mr. H. Uintord, general agent for the Mc
Cormtck harvesting maoblno company, lett
for Chicago Tuesday to make tho annual re
port for tho company's 1MU business. Mr.
Ulnford goes to head jUartois with a rewrt
that is certainly creditable to his Judicious
management. It shows that during tho Mst
year ono ot tho dullest soon iu tlio west in
yearsthe business done was even far belter
than any year previous. Collection too,
notwithstanding the very stringent times
bos been better tho.lost four mouths ot tho old
year showing more than double tho amount
of receipts than any other four months busi
ness during tho company'. existence lu tins
state. This certainly speaks well lor iir.
Ulnforduud bis regime. Mrs. Ulnfoiit uud
Mis. Frank Stewart, a visitor from Marshal
town accompanied Mr. Ulnford to the
World's Fair City.
A very enjoyable occasion was the lecep
tlon tendered by tho Catholic Union club to
It lady friends New Year' uight at Lyceum
hall. Over soventy-tl ve couples participated
n well as the Klgbt Kov. Bishop Uouacum
and Uovh, Nugent, Loughrau and McShauo.
The musical program was excellent, consist
ing of vocul and Instrumental muslo by the
Misses Fitzgerald. May Haberlun, Halter
und Annie McUlave and Messrs Uutler, Law
lor and Smyth. Mrs. Alcxlo Halter acted
as accompanist. Tho address of welcomo
was delivered by the president, .Mr. ChurWs
McQlave, ami short talks weio indulged In
by tho Right Hov. Bishop Uonacum and
Nugent At tho conclusion of the program,
tho company adjourned to the club rooms ou
tho tlrst lloor, where light refreshments wero
served, uml tho remainder of the night pass
ud lit card plajlng and kindred amusements
Tlio Tuesday evening club was entertained
nt the homo of Miss Gertrude Laws, 1113 H
street, Tiijsduy evening and u pieman time
eujoyed. It was Intended to produce a
theatrical at this meeting, but a combliuv
tlou ot circumstances made It impossible,
so the time was pleasantly spent ut cards
and literary exercises, each member present
contributing a recitutlod or other Interest
ing reading. Ono of tho features of this
portion of the entertainment was an origi
nal poeni.by W. Morton Smith, in which the
name of each member of tho club was
happily mentioned. ltefreslunente wero
served during tno evening. Those present
were the Misses Clara Wulsh, Anns Barr,
Urace OrltlUh, Lvlla Shears, Cora Hardy,
Alice Cowdery, and Maud Miller; Messrs
Will Stull, Frank C. Zehruug, W. Morton
Sam Low, Oscar Funko, Pershing, nml C.
Mr. and Mrs, J. W. McDonald wero treat
od to a pleasant surprise at their cosy home,
Tweiity-ulnth and O streets, Tuesday even
ing, when a large wrty of friends eull.nl up
ou them unannounced. Tho evening was
rendered mow enjoyablo by games and
cards, and tho bounteous luncheou which
was served, and tho party dispersed at a late
hour with the kindliest of reniombrances of
tho event Those present included, Messrs
uud Mesdames, W. O. Roberts, Alvlu Smith,
O. It. Stevens, L L. Lyman, George Spencer,
J, C. BauUberry.fC. C. Calklut, L. O. Pace,
llalu, Tiffany, llontoti! Dr. E. L. Holyoko,
Mrs. II, M. Illce, MIm Bertha ltlco, Mrs.
Bowers, Mr. Orlfllth, Mls Img, MIm Petcr
iimu. Mm Helen ll.iln, MlsiOllliini, of Choy-l-titiftf
tleorgu Hull, ltayiiKMid Hall, Mls
Florence llnll, Charles Clnrk, Mr. Campbell,
Mr. Jacobs, Ilnllmk lime, Mloi Maud Hose,
Mrs, Hose, Mr, lloko of Sioux City, Miss
Tho Thlmbln club, which hm bun lu n
stato of Imiocuoiis ilatiotudo for sjvoral
weeks xiot, mot with MJso K-iunlo Hiwley,
I7!W M street, Saturday afternoon, nml
spent tho tlmu very pleasantly lu sowing
nml conversation, At 0 o'clock refresh,
mollis wei-o sorved to tho momliers nn1! In
vited guoUs nml during tho o vonlng n po.tnut
hunt was indulged In, In which tho royal
prise were won by Miss Anna Funko nml
John 1)orgnn, nml tin) booby prizes by Ml
Hnlllo IIiMtper nml Frank Uurr. Thosu
present wore! Misses Anna Funko, Fay
Marshall, JoaiiiikMo Wilson, lluby Jones,
Carola Hill, Maudo Miller, Hnlllo llooier
Jeiinlo Underwood, Nulllo Kelly, Fan S.
Hiiwloy, Florenco Hawloy, and Miss Hollo
Hnmloy of Nebraska City; Messrs Frnnk C
iOhriiug, II W. Joyo, Mr. Wilson, Will
Clnrke, John Dorgnii, E. J. Flt.gmild, W.
Morton Smith, Frank Hathaway, Frank
Uurr Frod Houtz, llort Whoiler, and C. Y.
Tho comfortablo rosldenco of Mr, nml Mrs.
John O. Morrison. 1031 F street, wns tho
cono of n happy gathering Now Yenrs' ovo
tiing, when Miss Clara K. Smith ciitertnlnod
about fifty of her friends, who whiled nwny
a pleasant evening at cards and dancing,
efreshmonts of a antiorb character wiru
served and when tho party dlsters?d about
ml lulglit there wore nouo who had any
thing but words of pralso for tho host's suc
cessful olTorts, Those present wore tho
Misses, Delia Scollold, Helen Hoover, Llzzio
Smith, Sarah Orahnni, Boslo Turner, Enn
ltloketts, Vlunlu lloicti, Dora Hnrley, Mary
Thloll, I,ouIho Fowler, Nolllo Nawiuaii, Flor
enco Halo, Mario and Emurnld Jones, Stella
Hoyt. Ella llaymond, May Mooro, Lizzie
Hiiford, Allco Maltland and Hoso lliggins;
Jl lines Alexander, llartlott, Sloan and Jones
of' Oniaht; Messrs Anla Chapman, Prod
Cooluy, I. II. Mnrsland, J. A. Barrett, Dud
ley Cook, Edgar Itoagaii, Will Raymond,
Guy Hale, Woodwnid Jones, Kb. Mockott,
Park Uaroutte, Albert Seybolt, tleorgo
Stiener, Harry Rndmore, Ernest Ames,
Ernest Foliom, Frwl Woodward, James
Snyder mid A. R. Hall.
Additional society ou fifth page
EvArybody knows Kiigono Hallett, the Jew
eler and everybody knows or ought to know
that ho has tho largest and best selected
stock of diamond, ota, In Nebraska, Along
with that, ho Is soiling these goods nt n mere
ly nominal prollt uml under a strict gunruii
teo that they arc all they nro represented.
When Hallett says a stono Is so many karats
you can rest assured It Is or you don't pay for
it. It's so with everything else ho handles.
That's it pleasant rule ho practices in his bus
iness, and that's ono of tho prime reasons his
business Is so largo and his patrons so well
sntlsUed. It's an open secret, which the
public aro Invited by experience to learn. It
Is said that "Tho Mills of tho Gods grind
slowly but they grind exceedingly tine." It
would bo impossible for thorn however, to
grind stones of a finer brilliancy than thoso
displayed by Hallett.
That pleasant faced little cherubim, Cupid,
has been unusually industrious during the
closlug days pf, the old year, nml, more than
one pair of hearts In Lincoln have been pier
ced by Ills golden arrows. There is no resist
ing his onslaught, It seems. Ho Is as iuvincl
bio as the rock of ages, mid with twanging
bow forever keeps bringing them down.
The rumored engagement of n well known
society young lndy, one of Lincoln's fairest
dnugliters, was wafted to my ears by a go n
tie tcpphyr Wednesday evening. I under
stand tho event will shortly bo announced
and you and I will havo our curiosity grati
fied. As might bo expected Immediately after
tho closo of the holiday soason, the weok has
been an exceedingly quiet ono In Lincoln
social circles. Ueyond the meeting and
outcrtalnmont ot somo of the clubs nt the
homes of their memlers, there is little or
nothing to chtonlcle.evon tho usual number
of visitors having apparently concluded to
remain at home and settle down to business.
It may be that that unpleasant guest, the
grippe, has something to do with the peace
ful calmness In which tho city is clothed, or
It may be attributed to the No Year reso
lutions of the young men. Both are likely
to have a bearing.
The dickey birds tell mo that a well known
and prominent young drug clerk, will be
come entangled In the matrimonial net with
in a couple of week. The ceremony will bo
a quiet ono, in keeping with tho maimer In
which tho secret has been guarded. I may
bo able to tell you all about It next week .
"Tls a wonder to mo that a leap year party
has not been arranged for In Lincoln beforo
this," said n society acquaintance Wednes
day. "Such affairs are always enjoyable.
There Is something unique iu a fellow being
Invited to a ball by a nice, sweet girl, and
having her order the carriage and tho flowers
mid call for him and take charge of him dur
ing the. evening, and she can do this without
making herself nt all forward or IkiIiI. Tho
novolty is onn that both will irreatly onjoy.''
Girls, you havo the hint. Will any of you
tako advantage ot it)
How Does This Strl'is V.mi,'
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that pay up in full to dak) tho following ex
Fifteen handsome cloth bound volumes ot
Dickens in a neat pasteboard box, and Thk
Courier until January 1st, 1893 for (3.00.
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Thackery in a neat pasteboard box and Tub
Couhiek until January 1st, 1893 for M.'i'i,
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Thk Courieh until January 1st, 1803 for
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ers for double that nmount. Como in and
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sires the three sets special prices will bo made
ou the lot.
Wo sell the genuine Canon City too.
Belts, Weaver & Co., 1045 O street. Tel
.Cabinet baths for ladles ulveu by Mrs. B,
D. Catlin professional matsour, VXM V street.
For scaveiigor work, day and night, drop
J. C, Field u petal and ho will promptly
call and tee what you want
A Season's Accumulation
Monday wc place on sale our entire stock of
remnants, consisting of Dress Goods,
Linens, Domestics, etc )
Our object is . ' ;
to close them out quickly ' i
to make room for new spring goods.
You will find suitable lengths among the dress
goods for ladies and children's dresses
at about one-half the. former price.
"ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST !'
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1 109 O Street.
Best Value Ever
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO:,
Now We Cut
Having purchased the interest of Mr. Sanderson in the
late hm of Parker & Sanderson, which ended with the old
year, I have decided to offer '
in all lines of goods for the next Thirty days.
Ladies will do well to look up our bargains in Fine
Street Wear and Party Goods. Remember the old reliable
at the old stand.
1009 O STREET.
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A. C. .leinor,
Artists' Materials tP Novels
THE GOTHAM, 1136 O ST.'
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BEST LOCK STITCHED,
Offered in Lincoln.
at them at
Profits in Two.
A STOKY OF A MAN, A IXKJ, ANII A HONK.
A mini near South Umpgun Illvertook his favorltodoir
and went n huntlnK.and lu one oftlioso very dense forests
on tlio head waters or Myrtle Brook he found himself
Day after duy ho wandered uoout ami found nothing
hit starvation und his dog staring him In the faco.
Driven hy hunger to u last resort, ho cut his dofe's tall oil"
nml roasted It. When ho had finished Ills meal ho saw
wlih sorrow Unit his poor dog was hungry, mid ho gave
him the bone.
Truly a merciful man Is merciful to his beaut.
Try us on 1'iiper llaugliiRS, Sign Work and Window
The Interior Decorative Co.
1338 O 8TREET.
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