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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY
POPULATION OF LINCOLN ' 65,000.
0rnr I Oth and P Streets.
Special Snlc every ilny next week nil our
newstockof WASH GOODS.
Fine Ginghams nnd llrntulonburg Suit
Ings k specialty,
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
The Couriir will not I rcsixtnslhto fur
ay debts marts by any ono In Id nnme, tin.
sb a written order nvconuxuilv the mine,
Wc wnnt to close out our
P. D. CORSETS
If price Ik nny object to your buying
one, call niul sec us,
Cor. O niul uth Sts. Opcrn House Corner
The Courier Cn he Found At
Hotel Lincoln Nsws HUnd.
Windsor Hotel News Htnnd.
CenlUt Hotel New Htnnd. , , ,.,.
OtJell's Dlnlnit Hull, Miuonlo Toroplo 11th
nSS?&r Htorn. 1W0 O Htrcot
The UotlmnVNuws HUnil. liaa O tiU
The Apex, HI North Hth Htrool.
Krt. Young, l7 O Htrcot. u, ,
Clsion, Kleloher A Co., 1120 O Blrcot.
Westorneld1. itarlwr Miop, Burr Moe.
International News Emporium, lB O Kt.
. Bon Ton OlRnr Moro, 1M North 111 h Htrcot.
'Moore's News Btnnd, 114 Houth Hth Htrcot.
Mr-An extra supply of papers i Is "J"' J
at the Uothnm, In case other NowsdeWers
applies run short.
" W. R. Dennis,
Commencing April first, The Couhikh
will insert notices pertaining to sociables,
festivals, lectures, meetings ami sermons for
all churches free of charge. Advertisement
for entertainments where an admission It
charged will be Inserted at one-halt tho reg
Notice of rnblleatlou.
Lloyd Malonej Cotton Malone, Flora Belle
Malone, Katy Malone, Albert Malone. Harah
A.Hhoenhelland KrederiokO Kills will take
notice that on the ta day of January, 1H01,
the Nebraska Stock Yards Company, of Lin.
ooln, Nebraska, plalnttrTherulii, died Its peti
tion In the District Court of Lancaster County
Nebraska, against said defendants, the object
and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain
mortgage executed by Hamual MoClay to this
plaintiff, upon the following described real
state t Lota Three(8)and ur (4.) In Block
Nine ().and IxiU Fifteen (IS,) and KlRhU'vn
(18.) In Block Twenty two 08) In West Lincoln,
Lancaster County, Nebraska, to seouro I ho
payment of two certain promissory notes,
dated on theSlstdayorJuly, IBM. for the sum
of llW.TSeach. and due and payable In two and
three year from the date thereof: upon said
notes and mortgage thore I now duo and pay
able the sum of rive Hundred and Twenty
dollar and Twcatyftve cents (SSsUaO), for
whloh sum, with Interest from this date, plain.
UtT pray for a decree, aad that defendants
my be required to pay the tame, or that said
premises may be sold to satisfy the amount
found due. You aro required to answer said
petition on or berore tho 7th day or March,
UN. Nbbbabka Stock Yabds Co.,
of Lincoln, Nebraska, by It attorney
Dawes. CoiTroth A CunnlDgham
Dated the SSth day of January, vm. l--4t
Laeal and Personal,
Lincoln Ice Co., 1010 O Bt. Telephone 225
For first clas Tonsorial work, tee Wester
field. Archer, dentist, Brace block, over Merch
J'Caion City Coal at the Whltebreast
Goal and Lime Co.
Mis C. J. Gutlmette, modiste, Latta Block
, over Miller & Paint. Take elevator.
Cabinet baths for ladle given by Mrs. B.
D, Catlln professional masseur, 1220 P street.
"Shogo" baa been at the head of all west
ru lour for eight year. It must b e good.
Ladle cau have their party dressec cleaned
by the Freuch dry prooees at the Lincoln
(team dye work 1105 O street
Application for rental of Turner ball for
socials and dancing received at P. J. Wohlen
berg's cigar store, 198 8. Uth street.
Flannel shirt cleaned without shrinking by
the French dry cleaning process, only 15 eta.
at Lincoln Steam Dye work, U05 O street.
"Not how cheap, but how good" is the
MM at the new 8tudio Le Qrande. Call
,m4 St their work, 134 south Twelfth street.
Order for piano tuning left with Young
aad Elder, 9U8 south Eleventh street, wiU
receive prompt attention by 8. C. Quick.
Never order a photograph or picture of
aay kind until you have seen the work done
at she new Studio La Qrande, 134 south
The celebrated Egg Shampoo removes
dandruff and promote the growth of the
heir. Fcr sal by Mis Johnston, 1114 O
Gentlemen should now get out their Ian
swawer's suit, take it to the Lincoln Hteam
dyWork 1106 Q. street aad have it cleaned,
dyad, repaired or pressed out. ,
Latest stadias aad a full line of artist
asterisk a$ popular price at the new Lin
cete fracas aad art company, with Elite
Studio, aj dsottta Eleventh street
Tim Couhikh Invite Itslroitilor to con
tribute) to this tloparlmunt, sending us eltlior
by mall, iiu'Moimot or tclophono, (No, !))
personal lloins, reports of parties socials,
tens, weddings, ohiirohentortnlumouts, must
calcs, etc., which hitvo or aro about to occur,
Never mind tho laiiKiingo) kIvo us tho
point niul wo wilt do tho rout. It Is essontlnl
though, Hint wo havo this Information at ;thu
earliest practlcalilo moment. Whenever nil
Invitation to these events lsoxli'iuled,H CoU
IUKH representative vrlll to delcgnted to at
lend personally, Kn.l
TDK TUESDAY KVRNINO CLUII.
Tho liiimibvr of tho Tiiesitty Kvenlng club
wore oluvcily entertained by MIm Iah
Hhenrs nt tho Hotel Lincoln Tuesday oven
lug, when nil Inleiestlng program wus roil
ilonil nml nit uxi-eedlngly ngroonbln session
enjoyed. A novel feature, niul ouo which
ntTorded much plensuro, was the renilliiK of
an original valentine by eacli member pros
out. This was followed by an entertaining
literary program and thou termlcliorenu
pleasantries, to Mls Wtllougliby' delightful
music, were oiijoyod. Those present wero
tlio Misses draco Urillltii, Ulivu Lottn, Dunn
loomls, Maiulo Mlllor, Corn Hardy, Auue
Kutike, U'llu Hhenrs, Clara Wnlcli, Uurtnulu
taws, Mls Hholdim, Miss Welch or Cadis,
O,, Mr. Upliam, Mwura W. 8. Htull, Bam K.
Low, Oscar Kunko, W. K. Hardy, W. Mor
ton Hinllh, Ueorgo Covert, J. J. l'orshing,
Frank 0. Kolirung, 0. U. Mullen, O. W. tlor
wlir. Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Ladil, Mr, mid Airs,
J. II. CumiliiKliam, Mr. nml Mrs. A. II. Cot-
TUB I'll! UIJLTA'TIIICTA'H JOLLITY.
Tho members of the Phi DoltA Thota socie
ty cluvorly onterUlnwl their friends at tho
homo of Hay Welch Friday ovonlug. Tho
houso was artistically decorated for iho oc
casion, siullnx, roses and liellotiopo abound
ing in prolusion, wuiie mo iiiiiiiium nuiu
Iwnkodwlth iomom. Tho pleasures of high
llvo wore enjoyed, the royal prlso being cap
tured by Mis Mullen. Delightful refresh
ment were served and an exceeding plenMiiit
time had. Among those present wore thu
Missus Mullen, Treemun, Hutchinson, Hardy,
Hholdon, Uuiks, Helena and Nellie Lau,
Hammond, Higbter; fliis uartlst Mcmih
UeoigeUtrwU, Hay Welch, Churles Ly
man, Klllo t, Kdiulston, Wofttormau, J, A.
Harris, Haggard, Wing, PilUbury, Caullold,
TIIK 11011 K1K CLUII.
Tho Hoh if club were eutortnlnod lost
Wednesday evening by Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Cook at their residence, 1420 L street. Thu
prises wore secured by Mosdnmos O. M.
Thompaou nnd E. E. Urown, and Messrs F.
A. Warron and F. M, Hall, rvspvctlvoly.
Those present wero Mesur nud MusdauiiM E.
E. ltrown, F. A, Drown, Goo. Urown, A. G.
Ulllmeyor, Goo. II. Clarke, F. M. Hull, A.
Hurlbut, A. E. Konuurd, C. M. Keoler, W.
E. Klrker, H. K. Moore, 8 E. Moon, J. P.
Maule, J, C. ttalsbury, O. M. Thompson,
F. A. Warren, W. D. Wolcott, J. W. Wlug
or and 0. E. Yates.
AN BAHT LINCOLN PARTY.
Afvery pleasant surprise was tendered
Mrs. M, E. Urown at hor homo, 2.VJ South
Twenty-seventh street, by a largo party of
friends Tuesday evening. Dancing was In
dulgod in, refreshments were served and an
evening of general pleasure enjoyed. Tho at
fair was planned and executed with tho
most consummate skill.
Those presout wore: H. C. Young, J. C.
Balsbury, Sawyer, Roberts, Smith. Stevens.
McDonald, Tiffany, Spencer, L. C. Pace,
uatu, Trimble, Calkins, Lansing, Halo, We.
ton; Mrs. Brown; Misses, Birdio Clark, IV
tonnan, Hale, Ualn, Charlotte Clnik. Gul
mar, Long; Messrs, Halo, Will Clark, Urown,
unrath, Campbell; Mrs. Walter, Mrs. War
rington and Dr. Jacob.
CAUDS AT M H. riHKE'8.
A very pleasant card party was that given
by Mrs. Flske at her home. 1127 South Tw.dm,
street, Friday evening. The house was lit-
lerauy sirewu wun uowers, and the ladles
present wore hvacliitha and tlm irmitluiit.ui.
pinks. Choice refreshment were served and
an exceedingly pleasant evening enjoyed by
all preseut, who delved in pursuit of the
pleasures oi nign live to their hearts con-
tent. Those uresont were Hmm niul M.,-
dames, Parker, Whiting, Miltontwrgor, Zoh-
rung. noun, atunger, w. g. Bell, Comstock,
Dr.Crlm; Miss Allle Burgee and Messrs.
Mohreustecker, Davis and Hlchardson.
At St. Theresa's pro-cathodrul Tuosday
evening at six o'clock occurred tho marriage
of Isaac W. Sharp, jr. and Miss May San
ders, daughter of Mr. and Mr. 11, J. San
ders. The ceremony wa performed by Hev,
Father Nugent. Immediately after the cer
emony a sutuptous wedding repast waa
served at the residence of tho bride's parents,
001 C. street, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Sharp started on a wedding trip to include
Do Moines, St. Paul, Minneapolis and other
point, The groom is connected with thu
trainmaster's ofllce of the B. 8c M., nud Is
well and favorably known, while the bride is a
young lady of pleasing presence. Doth have
an army of friend who join In extending
their best wishes and congratulations for a
happy journey through lire. They will be
at homo to their friends at 42j South
Eleventh street after March 1st.
UK. AND MRS. TALBOT XNTKRTAIN.
Mr. and Mrs; A. R. Talbot entertained
two different tea parties during the week.
On Tuesday e veiling they entertained the
ladies of the St Paul Pipe Organ society
and their husbands, (Those present wero
Messrs and Mesdames, A. E. Kennard, C. A.
Keith, L. W. Garroute, C. M. Keefer. J, E.
IUgg aud Miss Cora Talbot.
On Wednesday evening there wore present
Dr. Lauby, Messrs and Mosdames, V. J,
Lamb, J. L. Doty, A. J. Sawyer, Dr. Case
beer, and Mrs. McPherrlu,
TIIK PARK CLUB KNTKRTA1N,
The Lincoln Park club were agreeably en
tertained at the home of Miss Gutnar, 613
south iblrteenth street, Friday evening
wnere bigh five and the pleasing refresh
ment provided served to while away the
short and pleasant hours. Among those
who enjoyed Miss Gumar's hospitality were:
Messrs and Mesdames Durnbam, Oyler.
Kaiser, Waldo, Small, Trimble, Safford,
uadmau, Nelson and Htockwell.
11IOH FIVE AT MRU. WILSON'S.
Mrs. Wilson cleverly entertained a high
Ave party at her home, Seventeenth aud M
street, Friday evening. Sis prizes were
offered, the first of which, the gentleman's
royal, a deck of card, was captured by Mr.
BUImeyer. The first lady's royal, a dainty
silver coffee spoon was awarded Mrs. S. E.
Moore, Mr, Cook secured the second gentle
man's royal and Mis Fannlo Hawley the
second lady's royal, an elegant silver spoon.
The booby price were won by Mr. and Mr.
Preston, the lady's comprising a china cup
and saucer and the gpiitlcmnn's a fancy
stamp holder, ltofrrshniMits wero served
nml an tiuusunlly pleasant evening enjoyed.
Thorni present wero Messrs and Mowlnines
Preston, H. 12. Monro, Dennis, Cowilry, Wil
son, Jiulgo Hall, Mr. Cooke and Mlxs Fannlo
I'l.KAHANT HDUIt HOCIAL.
Tho fifth and laot oclal wirty or tho sea
son or tho Pleasant Hour club will bo held at
tho Lincoln hotel Wednesday ovciilng or
next week, Klahorato preparations am In
progress: to makn this tho banner social or
tho season aud thos.t or us who know what
tho Pleasant Hour boys hnvo accomplished In
tills way In tho iast havo every reason to ex
lcct great things from them on this occasion.
MIHH ADAMH ItKMP.MIIKRKI).
The pupils nud scholars or Miss Adams' or
tho high school loft her a pleasant token of
their esteem nnd regard last Friday In tho
shaiM of a largo basket or exquisitely benutl
rul Mowers. Tho affair was urranged and
executed by Miss Kmma GreRory, nil tho
other scholars contributing. A trio of orlgN
nal vorses by Chcsterlleld Mayors, embody
ing expressions or affectionate reganl, no
anmaiilod tho girt. Miss Adams wasdeeply
Impressed by tho lin ndsomo reminder or th
symiMttby nud friendship between hor schol
ars and herself.
C. I. H. C. AT KANT LINCOLN.
Tho East Lincoln C. L. S. C. hold its meet
Ing with Mr. and Mrs. llalrd at their home,
corner Twenty-fifth nnd P street Friday
evening, when (Mrs. Anderson presided In
tlionlwoucoof tholprcMldont, An unusually
pleasant add prolltablo session was onjoyod,
tho various topics and discussions being en
tered into with tho real nnd energy so char
ncterlstla or Cliatitnumians.
IN HONOR UK MIHS t)K l'UK.
Mr. and Mis. O. W. Webster gave n very
enjoynblo high llvo party at their residence,
1S112 J street, Wednesday ovonlug, In honor
of their niece, Miss Minnie Do Puo. The
largo party present spout n delightfully
pleasant evening, in tho courso or which de
licious refreshments were served, Tho royal
tiophles wero captured by Miss Klrkor nud
Mr. Wilson and tho booby prlzus by MIhm
Hlssernnd Mr. Urown, respectively. Fol
lowing are the Invited guests: Misses Kisser,
Pound, Carmody, Stenuo, Schwab, Ham
mond, Cochrane, Law, Underwood, Cniola
Hill, Gertrudo Hill, Zlenier, Mullou, Audi us,
Freeman, Uertlo Clark, Charlotte Clark,
Klrker, McMillan, Wilson, Camp, Covert or
Crete; Messrs Wlug, Woods, MncDonnld,
Pound, Edmltttoti, Chandler, La Master,
Will Clark, liny Welch, Mark Woods, Gull
mette, Elliott. Wilson, Melsuer, Ulgger,
Ili-stti, Welch, Wechuach, Colson, Philll)H,
1 lecher, Hadmoro, Sullivan; Mr, and Mrs.
A. A. Scott.
TUB FBTREKT CLUII.
The F street cluh wero cleverly entertain
ed by Mrs. II. M. Casebecr Friday uveiilug.
A pleasant tluio was had, to which tlio
dainty rof roshuienU contributed In a mater
ial degree. TIioho preseut wero: Messrs and
MrMlames Amtln, Uontou, Mills, Warron,
Clark, Sohus, Tippling, Manning, F. A.
Urown, Qaroutte, Spears, Snyder; Mrs.
Hard : Messrs. Hell wig, Hutchlnsnnd Altkon.
THKKAl'I'A-KAI'l'A CARD CLUII.
Tho Indies or tho Kappa-Kappa havo or
ganised a card club to entertain their gentle
men fi IdtiJs. Miss Mabel Lindloy ontertaiu
od the club Saturday ovening nt her homo,
17-M South Twentieth street. Those who en
ter tallied wero Misses Helenn Law, Mattlo
Uurks, Uertha McMillan, Alfa Roberts, Knto
Scot horn, Jessto Jury, Allle Lantx, Ulancho
Skid more, Stella Irvine and Mrs. Barrls.
AN AKTEIINOON COrrKK.
Mrs. Charles Mayor, South Eleventh
street, was at home Wednesday afternoon to
u company of lady friends, from three to six
o'clock, as n complimentary to her mother,
Mrs. Levy of Philadelphia, who Is spending
tho winter in Lincoln. The arrangements
wero deftly carried out and a moro genial
hostess could not havo been found in Lincoln.
Tho refreshments wero delicious and tho
service excellent. Tho tables wero hand
somely mounted with flowers, pretty silver
and cut gloss, giving the festive board a
most tempting and delightful aspect. Those
present wero Mesdames M. Ackermann, S.
Mayer, L. Vessel Jr., M. A. Newmark, J,
Urucks, M. Kohn, Sum Wessel, M. Well,
Henry Wessel, L. Katzensteln, Jr. Misses
Rosa Frank, Tilllo Hesse and Carrie Arnold.
A PLKABANT HURPIUHK.
About twenty young friends of Miss Ida
Uurkemlorf pleasantly surprised hor at her
home, ll L street, Friday evouing, when n
pleasant tlmo was enjoyed. Numerous
games wero indulged In during tho evening
aud dolightful refreshments served, so that
the time passed ploasuutly enough. Tho
Misses Lora aud I tola. Overton and Miss
Adella Btlne planned and executed tho do
tails of the uffulr. Among those presout
were: Misses Adella Stlne, Viniito Hobliisoiif
Kato tlooth, Ethel Middleaworth, Lorn
Overton, Lola Overton, .Lizzlo Cherrlngton,
Clara Anderson, Frieda Anderson, Grade
Sparks, Annie Mc Garry, Leta'Cook, Mus
ters, Otis Robinson, Herbert Overton, Ar
thur Stlne, Jake Stlne, Pat Booth nud George
Seaman, The Instigators of the surprise
wero the Missus Adella Stlne and Lorn aud
TIIK l'ROOHKSHIVEHOClKTY ORGANIZED.
A now organization known as the Progres
sive society was organized ut the conserva
tory or muslo last Sunday afternoon, when a
constitution won adopted and the following
officers elected : socrotary, R,jv. Lloyd Skin
ner; treasurer, W. S. Klock; chairman pro
gresslvo committee, R. W. Maxwell, Tho
society Is a literary one, believing that tho
promotion of knowledge, memory and a
spirit of fraternity among men will help to
establish truth and right lit all things. It U
free to all, without money and without price,
unless disposed to contribute. Tho address
on "International Copyright" by Rv. Lloyd
Skinner last Suuduy was very interesting
and to tho point.
WITH MRS. rilANK U'CLUBKKY.
The ladles of the Kensington D. A. Y. P.
wero very pleasantly entertained by hr.
Frank McCluskey nt her home, 1112 South
Eleventh street, Friday afternoon, when the
following ladies wero present: Mesdames
Davis, lloxie, Humphrey, Sizer, Honeywell,
Boggs, Blgnell, Davoy, McClay, Tyler, Mc
Clay, Salsbury, Zebruug and Wnlker.
TIIK AMKLIOHA WHIST CLUB.
The Ameliora Whist club were entertain
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Tucker,
1117 II street, Tuesday evening, wbeu a high
ly enjoyable meeting was held. Dainty ie
freshments wero served during the evening,
the charming hostess caring for the wants of
hor guests In superb style. Those present
were; Messrs aud Mesdames. Rogers, Oliver
Laming, Howard, gaLbury, Clark, Mollck,
McCandless, Thompson, Hay don, Moore,
Lyman, Uentou, Ulllmeyer, lilgneli, ; Mrs.
James Clark, Hustings; Mrs, Bryan, Chica
go; Miss Mollck, Mossrs, Painter, Graham
TIIK COTILLION CLUB'! DANOK.
That peerless social organization, the Co
tillion club, was handsomely entertained by
Miss Martha Funke at ber home, Thirteenth
and II street Thursday ovening, when n
most enjoyable tlmo was had, Tho gentian
was led by ; Frank S. llurr. The costumes
were very linndsomo. Those present woro:
Messrs nnd McMlames J, II, HuckstafT, C. S,
Llppeiicott, K. K. Haydeu, II. It. Nlssloy,
Lieut, nud Mrs. 11, II. Towley, Dr. nnd Mrs.
C. K, Iidil, Misses, Chambers of Columbus,
Neb., Maud llurr, Klttto nnd Alice (Jowdery,
Ilalllo HooHr, (loorglo Hawke 'of Nebraska
City, Leila Shears, Olive Lattn, Messrs F.
S. llurr, Phil, Wing, W. E. Hardy, F. C.
Zehiung, Fruiwt Funko, Fred W. Houtz,
Fred C. Howe, Llout, J, J, Pershing.
NOTKN AND rKRHONALH.
Dr. G, It, Simmons was In Chicago this
James Morton left for Hutchinson, Kan.,
W. S. Scott started lor Sullivan, III.,
W, P, Johnson started Monday ior El
llono, I. T.
J. A. Groat anil Mary Groat started Mon
day ror Pulnskl ,'Vn.
Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Uurian started Mon
day ror Cleveland, Ohio,
Mrs. M. D. TilTnny and Mrs. Dorgau visit
ed friends In Omaha this week.
Mrs. Emily Cooko sjient Sunday with her
mother nnd sister t.t Greenwood.
Mrs. F. O. Rollins gives her elocution reci
tal nt thu conservatory or music uoxtFiiday
M. Garst or Chicago spent Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Uarr Parker nt their homo,
1203 C street.
Grorgo Harper started ror Now York,
Tuesday, where bu was called by tho Illness
or his rather,
W. G. Mlll'llhv of Oinnhii Is vlsltlnir Ida
brother. Richard Murphy at 1221 A street
ior n tow nays.
J. F. Bureiiian of Vlrirlnln. III.. U tlm
gllont of bis cousin, Fred A. Mlllor of tho
Mr. nud Mrs. A. S. Fielding havo returned
from Hot Springs. 8. D., nnd taken up their
residence In tho city.
Rov. John Pamer. pastor of tho Congre
gational church at Blair, has been visiting
in tho city this woek.
Miss Georgia Hnwku of Nebraska City ur
rived hen) to attend tho gernmu nt .Miss
Martha Funke's Thursday ovening, and is '
spending a few days with hor friend, Miss
Tho Haydou Art club held a mooting at
Unlvorslty chael Tuesday ovening, which
was devoted to tho cousldcration'of Flemish,
Dutch and Gorman art. Papers wero read
by Professors Barbour and Fling, tho sub
ject lielng Illustrated by storeoptlcan views.
Tho session was a highly prolific one.
Tho concert glvou by members of tho con
servatory of muslo ut Beatrice last Friday
evening wns a highly onjoyablo uffdlr. Tho
Beatrice Dully tlrprcm, shaking of tho
matter, says: "Tho concert was a brlllUut
nnd nrtlstlc success. Seldom has a Beatrice
audltnco been moro pleasantly entertained
nnd the Lincoln Conservatory faculty can
rest assured mat tney havo scored a flutter
ing triumph. Each momber was doservlnuly
encored and tho concert throughout Is ono
tunc win to long and huppily remembered
by all who bad tho happy fortune to bo
Tho current Issue of tho St. Louis Truth
contains nn excellent )ortrait and biograph
ical sketch of Prof. Jacob Mahler, the well
known dancing master, who has many
friends In Lincoln, where ho conducted
classes In tho past. From the article In
Truth ono would judge that Mr. Mahler's
cup of success is full to overflowing, as ho
dosorves, for ho lias more than six hundred
pupils lu his various classes and is In receipt
of Humorous requests for engagements,
which ho Is uuablo to accept. Tho most
recent of those is an autograph letter from
Mrs. Levi P. Morton, wife or the Vice Pres
ident or tho United States, requesting him to
take chargu or a class In DeUarte dancing
during tho Lenten season at hor homo In
"Scott Circle," which ho could not find tlmo
to do. Mr. Mahler's numerous rrieuds here
will be highly gratified to learn that be Is
meeting with tho success which bis pulns
tuklng, conscientious olTorts deserve, and
join with tho Coukikr in wishing him aeon
tinuenco or Its measure.
Additional society on fifth page.
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at all prices and in every conceivable design.
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CAI.F SKIN SHOES
A good thing to wear when the spring
rains fall. Children's, Misses,' and
Women's Sizes. Try a pair!
ED. G. Y7XTES,
1129 O STREET.
Ladies! see our magnificent
collection of new
Silks and Dress Goods,
Tear Drop Cloths,
" V 1518-1520 O Street.
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