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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1892
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000,
Corner I Oth and P Street.
We hnu niiulo iirrniiKi'iiitMitM with I'rofoss
or llorrley of New York City, tho champion
Lightning Artist of America,
To gl 0 n wrlM if exhibitions of III" rapid
I tainting 111 imr center imi i i..,'i"
I) to VI mill 2 lo fi dally. I'rofcssor llrrloy
.!! Iii nil iiml Krinllli'in lieilllttlul (III Willi!'
Iniisof American iiml lluropniii n-oncry In
..... miiuiiiia. niiiiiii' tiiklnir nllicr nrtlst
work. These pictures will ho painted In tun
lc. UxlBand iB:M. Tim smaller ilrluriN
wti will nlw'oway will" ccry fiirt"lni"o mill
nn nililltlomil Tft cent for the frame, i"'
larger inn with ewry W purchase and II for
Tho Couiukh will not W rcHnslblo for
any debt mode liy nny one in Hh mime, uu
m n written order uivomimnles tliu same,
and upwards at the
Cor. O mill Utli Sin. Opern 1 louse Corner
Tim Courier Vnu lio Kuiiuil At
Hotel I.lnooln Now Hland.
Windsor Hotel NowsHtond.
Capital Hotel Now Htauil.
Odcll' IllulUK Hull. MimoiiIo Tompln lltli
and M street.
Itcd Duilo Ulnar Htoro, 11WI O Hlroet
Tho UothamlNews Htonil, ll&lOHt.
The Apex, 111 North lltli Htroct.
Kil. Yoiiiik, I'JUT O Htrcol.
Claaon, Klctolmr A Co., IKM) O Htreot.
Wciilcrnclil'iillnrlH'r Hliop, llttrr llliioK.
InternMloniilNuw KmiKirllllii, ISliOHt.
Hon Ton Cigar Wore, 13 North lltli Htreot.
Moore' News Btanil. lis Houth lltli Htreot.
irAn extra supply of popor In always loft
at the Uothnm, in ciimi other Newsdealer
uppllo run short.
W. R. DENM & CO.
Commencing April flrt, Tin Codrikr
wtUlanrt notion pertaining to sociable,
fMMTAla, Moturaa, meeting and ermon for
all ehurohc fit of charge. Advertisement
tm nterUlnmentt where an admission i
charged will be UMerted at one-half the reg
alarrate l.c nl hikI rcrsoiinl.
Whltebrcast Con I and Llniu Company.
Cranoer it Co. for picture.
Lincoln leu Co., 1010 U Bt. Telephone iJ-Jo
Archer, dentist, Hi ace block, over Merch
Canon City Coal at the. Whltebrwut
Coal and Lime Co.
Hotttling the grocer has Knetlre Wheat
and New Kiiglttud graham.
Archer, dentist. Kino gold and bridge
work a specialty. Draco block.
Mis C. J. (lullmotte, modlsto, LattA Ulock
over Miller & Paine. Tnko elevator.
Call at GrUwohU seed store for your
serds mul bulbs. 140 south 11th treet.
"Shogo" ha been at tho head of all west
rn Hour for eight Year. It must bo good.
Cabinet baths for ladles given by Mrs, II,
1). Catllu professional masseur, 12$) P street.
Mis Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. 11th & Pst.
over Lincoln Saving bank, entrance on P st.
All exjiorleueed cooks prefer "Shogo
fancy patent dour. Lincoln grocers sell lot
Hrown' llestaurnnt is now located at 12113
O street and ready to serve all with excellent
meals and lunches.
The Whltebreast Coal and Lime company
is always at the front supplying the tluost
radea of all kinds of coal
Applications for rental of Turner hall for
socials ami dancing received at P. J. Wohlcn
berg' cigar store, 128 8. 11th street.
Order for ptnno tuning left with Young
and Klder, "03 south Kleveuth street, will
receive prompt attention by S. C. Quick.
Hotnllng, tho O Street! grocer not only
make a specillty of liatavla canned goods,
but everything usually kept In a llrst class
Sportsmen can now buy all kinds of rub
ber and canvas good at and Mow cost at
tho closing out rale of the Lincoln Hubbor
Co., 11SMO btreet.
When you want somethlug nice in ini
ported candle tho only place you nil! find it
will be at tho Uonton, Poehler's old stuud,
Twelfth and P street.
Tho tapestry paints for tlntiiig chamolst
Skin, moleskin velvet, bolting cloth and
other fabric for sale at the Lincoln Kraino
and Art Co. tX) south Kloventh street.
Coal of every sire from tho best mines
in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Oeo. A. lUy
mer. Telephone !W0. Olllce 11!H O stroet.
lr. i'urnlium Cures
chronic disease. Consultation free Medi
cines furnished at ofllce. Olllce hours 0 to l!i
a. ru., 2 to 0 p, m., and 7 to 0 p. m, Sundays
7 to 0 p. m.
A Nl'l VKHSKt'l. HKAHON.
Tlmmeinbeisortlii' Pleiuultlt Hour flub
gave the eliwlng pal ty of the wason Frldny
owning at Hotel Lincoln. Tim cut per of
this I'luli from ii mm'IiiI tiniilmliit hii" Ihimi
llltml siicceiwful, Organleil shoitly after
Lincoln was (list settled, It has enjoyed tlm
urowtli and iinwiierity which has followiil
the city, Thom'aimn Just cloned has iH'en
one of iiinmml enjoyment, and tho pr(wHct
for I lie I'lubi'oniliuieH m stand iih tlm llrst ho
clal orgiiiilrallnu of Lincoln, It Is true that
many of tlm old iupmhei himi retlied, but
their chllilrcn have taken their pliuii and
the club haw never silireied from want of
memlM'rshlp. Tlm company piiwent com
prlsml the following! MIwm-s Alice Cowdery ,
Claia Walh, Nellie White, Ollvo Uttn,
(lerlruilo and Tint) Uiws, draco llurr, Kan.
Haw ley, Mnmlo nml Uoho t'lirson, Lulu
Clink, Corn Talbot, Mullen, Martha and
Anno Kuiikc, Mnruaret llalrd, Nellie Kelly,
Itachel HriK'k, Kay Mm shall, llattie Ia'IhimI,
Miitido llurr, Miwih. (. W. (lerwlg, H, T.
St, John, Kied Howe, tirmt Kunke, C'lias.
Hall, Krank llatliiinny, Krank Zehrung,
Will Clarke, Kied Hhole, Lieut. Pershing,
Occur Kunke, Phil Wing, Iiw Marshall,
Morton Smith, C D. Mullen, Clin. Millar,
llobert Joyce, Oeo. Korpsnuiii of Omaha, ICd.
Kltrgeialil, Will Jolnunn, Krnnk llurr, John
Dnrgnti, 1'ilor Mmkell und Mr. Kelly,
Misin. and .Mewliiine-t It. I), Mulr, J. S.
WcHtof Denver, II. J. Hall, John Mclloiwtld,
('Iiiin, Llpplucott, and Mr. and Mrs. Mulr of
llrownvlllc, Neb.; Mowlame Iittn, L. C
llui r, llenkle, H. S. Thoinptou, Krank
Smith, John .elii ling mul Mis IirnThomp
wm of Oiualin.
A IICAUTIKVI. MAV WKDDINO.
Wwlmitilny evening at tilimn'clok at the
Llmlell hotel oceurcd the miirrlngo of MIhs
Helen Klorence Hoover, thr iiccompllilicil
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hoover, to
Mr, Virgil Ornmtid Strlckler, n suciviiful
young attorney of Oniahii, Tho brliUI party
walked In unatteudixl, save by two little
Mower girls, Iiulw IliHiver mul Kdua Maker,
to the delightful strains ol McnitckHhou'x
wtddlng inarch, playisl by ProfesNor
(lllxMiult. Theceremauy was Hrforuusl in
tlm parlor on tlm xccond floor' which had
liecn beautifully decorated for tho occasion,
Tho bride and giiKim itixxl under n hcautlfii
canopy of rosm and Niullax, llov. O. V.
Lurhy of St. Paul' M. K' chinch, pronounc
ing the word which united the lives of the
two young coplo. Tho bride lookisl very
pretty In a gown of cream gloria silk en
train, trimmed with thread luce, and carried
a beautiful bouquet of bridal roses. After
tho ceremony and congratulation were over
an elalMirato supKr was served in tho hotel
dining room. A largo number of friends of
lHth tho brMo and groom were present, and
tho many handsome present received loro
evidence of the high esteem In which tho
young people tiro held. Mr. and Mr
Strlckler left Thursday morning for Chicago
and on their return will make their
homo in Omaha.
A VKItY KNJOYA1IMC KVK.VINO.
Mr. mid Mr. A. II. Colfroth charmingly
entertained a company of friends on Thurs'
day evening in honor of Mrs. CotTioth's
cousin, Miss Oakey of Terra Haute, Iud.
The evening was devoted to high live, In
which Miss Ollvo Lattu wa awarded tho
ladies trophy, a handsome nftor-dlmier cup
and saucer, mid Mr. Hardy tho gentleman's,
a veryjpretty ox!dl.ed match case. Tho in
vltod guest were Misses Isabello Oakey,
Itachel Itrock, Hnlllo Hooper, Knimio Haw
ley, Maudo llurr, Kay Marshall, Nellie White,
Ollvo Iattu, Amiio and Martha Kunke, Clara
Walsh, Cora Hardy, Jennie Underwood,
Oertrudo and Theo Laws, Maudo Smith,
Allow and Kittle CowJery, Mr. and Mm. Kil.
Kwiug, and Mrs. Slieird, Messrs. Kred
Houtz, S. K. St. John, I.tnv Mnrsliall, Krank
mid Charle llurr, Will Myers, O. W, (ler
wlg, John Dorgan, Dr. C. S, Sahr, W. Mor
ton Smith, Lieutenant Pershing, V. K,
Clarke, O. K. Kunke, Aaron UuckstalT, C. K.
Hawloy, O. 1). Mullen, S. K. Low, F. U.
Zehrung, and 0. N. Foresinnii of Omaha.
TWO KNJOVAlll.K OAUl) I'AHTIKS.
Mm. Douglas Shilling gave two delightful
eard artle this week with tho following
list of guests at lioth entertainment Thurs
day afternoon: Mesdame Shaw, T. II. Hen
ton, C. M. Keefer, A. II. Audrus, Orlllln. L.
C. Hurr, Strickland, Tilton, Kliumol, Travis,
A. I), llurr, M. Cook, It. Hollander. M. H.
Hetts, Heuklo, J. C. Salsbury, Geo. Clarke,
Miltonbergor, O. W. Uoxlo, McCandlose,
Tucker, AVnrner, Van Denburg, Misses Fay
Marshall, Sadlo Graham, Abblo Covert, Min
nle Mellck, Maude Hurr, Nellie Cochrane and
Minnie DoPuo. Friday evening: Messrs, and
Mesdame W. II. Wheeler, A. Hurlbut.Chns.
Hammond. H. I). Mulr, S. M. Mellck, O. M.
Thompson, Strickland, II. J, Hnll, 11. H,
Patrick, Georgo Cook, (leorgo Clarke,
McCandloss, Cambridge, J. C. Salsbury, Kil.
Hlgnell, Dr. Dayton, J. C. Allen and Miss
TUB I). A. Y. 1. KENHl.NflSON CI.UH.
The I). A. Y. I', club were ontorUlnod
Thursday ovenlng by Mr. and Mr. It. P. H.
Millar at their comfortable homo on South
Kleveuth street. The alluring game of high
live was thoroughly enjoyed, until tho hos
tess drew the attention of the guests to a
most Inviting repast. Following Is a list of
those present: Messrs. and Mesdame Aus
tin Humphrey, Jamos Tyler, E. H. Slzer,
Henry Zohrung, J. II. McClay.J. II. DavU,
Kelander, C. M. Herrlck, M. It, Davey, J. K.
It. Millar, J. C. Salsbury, C. II . Hoxlo, J. K.
Honeywell, C. T. Hoggs, MeClusky, Kd. Hlg
uell, Fisko, Misses Sails mid Dougherty.
A LEAP YKAK T1IKATUK l'AUTY.
Monday evening a theatre jiarty was given
by eleven of Lincoln's most xpular society
belles, comprising the following: Misses Mar
tha Kunko, Mantle Carson, Hnlllo Hooper,
Theo Laws, Maudo Hurr, Alice Cowdery,
Kay Marshall, Nelllo Kelly, Olive Lattn,
Itachel Hrock, Isabella Oakey of Terra
Haute, Ind and Iorii Thonisoii of Omaha,
who escorted tholr gentlemen friends to tho
Kunko to hear Newton Deer present "Eloped
With a Circus Girl." Tho guests wore Messrs.
Krank Hurr, John Dorgan, Will Clarko,
Kred Houtz, Chan. Millar, Morton Smith,
Knsl Howe, Ernest Kunko uud Frank Zeh
Mr. Asa Smith and Mlvs Vmln Honuell
were quietly married on Monday atteriioon
nt three o'clix-k at the residenco of the olllcl
at'ng clergyman, Ilev. Morrow. Miss Hon
i' 1ms for some tlmo been n teacher in tho
shorthand department of the Lincoln bust
m college, and to show tho high esteem mid
regard in which she wa held by hor pupils
and associate at tho college, she was pre
sented with a handsome silk quilt. Mr. and
Mr. Smith left in tho afternoon for their
home in Colby, Kan., where Mr. Smith is
engaged in tho practice of law,
A TIN WKDDINU.
The home of Mr. and Mr. Charles W.
(ledges w made merry Tuesday evening by
a number of relatives and fi lend celebrating
their tin wedding anniversary. Tho evening
was sNint In playing games and a general
good time u in had. Elegant refreshments
were served In which all heartily purl Id
ImiIisI. Those present wero Elder and Mrs.
Hone, Mew ix, and ,Mctiimc H. W, Taylor,
W Hedges, II, F. Taylor, II. Hosklns, Mes
dailies llassler, Fisher, Dunn; Misses E,
Hedges, I), Dunn, II. HcdgtM, Nicholson,
Hesslo Hedges, Liiura Taylor, Nltn Hoskliis,
Maine (lullck, Alice Sa)er, Messrs. Sherwln,
Stocks, C E Hedges, Hasslcr, A. S. Stocks,
(' Taylor, The miiiy of pundit appropil
ate to tho occasion was numerous and soino
IN IIONOIt OK I'llOFI-.HHOIl CIII'.NKV.
Mrs. ('. II. Hufoiil enterlaliKsi a merry
arty of Hiisluess t'ollego studout Thursday
evening at her homo Twelfth and L streets,
nml right royally did she Mrform every
plearlug function of mi agreeable hostess.
The party was given In honor of Prof T. II
Cheney of the HiislncHs College mid tho eve
nltig was delightfully HH'iit In high live,
dominoes and music, Tho pintles present
enjoyed tho occasion very much mid departed
at n Into hour,
A IIKI.IIIIITKUI, lltllll KIVK 1'AltTY.
Tlm pretty homo of Mr. mid Mr. J. II.
Wright was throw ti oieii to n company of
friends last lrlday evening. Thoever Interest
iuggamoof high live prevailed until lOiIUhvlicii
tho guest wero servisl with most tempting
delicacies. The house was beautiful with a
profusion of cut Mower nml tho evening was
enjoyed by tho following, Mivsrs. and Mes
dames J, I), McFarlaiid, J. A. Huckstntf,
Win, Wilson, It. A. Perry, J. II. Karrell.U.
E. Yates. Krank llrowu, N. U. Abbott, Win.
Green, Hd.dreen, El. Ewlug, W. II. liar
gieaves, A E, Hargreaves, It. J, Unvno, S.
II. Hiirnham, H. II. Oakloy, W, M Lisiuard,
Mrs. J. Cox and Mr. Aaron lluckstair.
Tlm members of the Whist Club had n
delightful meeting Kriday evouiug at tho
homo of Mr. and Mr. J, II, Haiiey. Tho
usual number wero present, with it few
Invited guests, which wero Mcssts. and
Mesdamus W. Wllxou, It, II. O.ikley, mid J
D. McKarlaud. Mrs. ilson distltiguished
herself among the ladies, while Mr. 1. M
Raymond won tho honors for tho gentlemen.
The club will close Its winter series for this
season, by holding their closing party at tho
residenco of Mr. and Mrs. J. A HuckstalT
next Kriday evening.
A NT. I.OUIH HOL'IKTY IIVKNT.
Tho following from tho St. I ami Is Ulolir
Dciiwcrnt will bo read with interest by umuy
"A brilliant gathering of St. LouU society
was pi iwout last evening at tho annual closing
fancy dross E ister carnival and ball of Mr.
Jacob Mahler at his assembly room, ilTir
Ollvo street. No oxcuso had been spared in
tho rich ami tasteful costumes of tho many
children present, selected from tho characters
of Motion and history, and tho little ones
llltted over the Moor like gay Imttcrllfcs or
bright vision from miotlier world. Tho
programme opened with a Quaker dance,
eKs'ially arranged by Mr. Mahler, grace
fully led by Miss Rosalind Mahler mid Mas
ter Portor Jones, and danced by eighteen
After this tho halt lecamo general, with
tho usual evening dances. Tho children re
ceived n quantity of beautiful Mower as tes
timonial from their friends, csoc!ally Miss
Herdio 8vvok, who was chosen us tho child
ren's representative to present to Mr. Mah
ler tholr gift, a handsome three-carat dia
mond ring. Hebmati served mi elegant
upwr to tho chilcrou, tho ice prettily disj
ointed a Mower cup.
NOTKS AND PEUSO.VAI.H.
Miss Hose Carson Is visiting in Omaha.
Mis Myrtle Owen is visiting In Kansas
Sirs. Welch left Tuesday evening for St.
Mrs. Dr. Karnhiim left Wednesday for
Mrs. J, M. Edmiuston departed Tuesday
lor iiraniey, in.
Mrs. I j. Hraco and Miss E. Hraco left Mon
day for LockMirt, N. Y.
Mr. I). I). Mulr of Denver was a Lincoln
visitor during tho week.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. 11. Doan mul son G. H,,
left for Auburn, N. Y., Monday.
Mrs. W, It. Dennis returned Friday after
a visit of several week iu tho wist.
Mr. It. E. Waugh mid family left Wednes
day for ti trip to Colorado Springs.
Ex-Governor Thayer and wife returned
Tuesday from n short trip to Denver.
Children fast black shirt waists will bo
sold .Uoili((i onj nt Mayer Hros. for U7c.
Mrs. A. W. Morgan of Kansas City Is vis
Itlng hor daughter, Mr. W. II. McCreery on
Mrs. Jamos Tyler has returned after a
week' visit with friends iu Omaha and Coun
Mr. W. II. Woodward ha returned after
visit of live week at her old homo in (,'ar
Mr. M. S. Hollowbush and sister, Mis
Henrietta and Mr. It. Keener loft Tuesday
for Jacksonville, III.
See Ilerpolslielmor iV Co., ono pattern of a
kind of dress novelties, fancy goods, etc.,
trimming to match any shade.
Mr. E. S. Thompson mul dnughtar, Mis
Lorn of Omaha, wero guests during tho
post week of Dr. and Mr. Lattu.
Mr, M. A. Hrown of Augusta, Mo., who
has boon visiting hor brother, ll. W. Hi own,
loft Monday evening for her home.
Ijulles should remember that in ordering
new spring hats they can save money by
calling at Mr. Correll's, Ht.1 O street.
Mis Lucy Robert of Decatur, III., who
has been visiting iu Omaha, wns tho guest
over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Westermau.
Mr. James T. Pershing who visited Lieu
tenant Pershing of tho University for soveinl
days, left Wednesday for Holo City, Idaho.
Messrs. C. M Skller and Eugene Hrown of
the state university have gone to Mluiieiioll8
and attended the mter-stateoiatorlcnl contest
Tho Congregational society mot Wednes
day afternoon with Mr. 1). L, Hraco, and
s)ent tlm tlmo iu sowing tho proper articles
for tho "Dorcas" big.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Curtis and son, of
Nedford, Minn., me iu tho city visiting nt
tho homo of Mr. Curtis' sister, i Mrs. W. N.
Abbott at HSU A street.
Sigma Chapter of Kappa Kapw Gamma
Fraternity have issued invitations for a largo
arty to bo given May lltli, tit tho residence
of Mis Helena Lau 104.'i 1) street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wright have issued
Invitations for another iwrty to bo given on
May lath, in honor of Mr. Wright's sister,
Mis Robinson of Chicago, who is expected
to arrive Wednesday.
Herpolshelmer& Co., offer Hruells Car
pot from fiOo a yard upward, fine lino of
color. Exquisite designs in Swiss and Irisn
Curtains iu confined patterns. See them bo
fore you buy.
Mrs, J, L, Hallard of IO" Angeles, Cnl,,
nccouiiauied by her two sons, arrived Mon
day to visit for several weeks with her
(Mirents Mr, and Mr. A I). Hicks,
Iast Saturday tho Juvenile hno ball club
won a victory from tlm Andrews club by a
score of III to I'J, Tho Juveniles feel quite
elated, as tho liieinU'rs of the Andrews club
are much larger Is). Stclu and Richards
umplrisl tho battery for tho Juveniles.
Next Monday, for ono day only, Mayer
llros adveitlso elsewhere Iu this Issue, Child
rens Waists, fast black that will neither
crook or fade, for .'17 cents. Tlm salo Is for
.Monday only, mid ladles will do well to re
Mr. and Mr. Charles Mayer will make a
tour of Europo this siiinmor. Thoy left last
evening for h short visit with relatives nt
KuiKiia, Kas., after which thoy will pro
ceiil direct to Now York, and on May Ul
lake the Eutrorln to cross tho deep blue sea.
They will Join a party of fourteen nt New
York and accompanied by a guide will visit
Ireland, England, Scotland, Holland, Hel
glum, Switzerland, Italy and Franco. Tlm
return trip will ho stnrbsl Just three mouths
later, August 'Jl, on the Umbrla. As tlm
party Is a Jovial ono, all woll acquaint ed
tho trip will undoubtedly bo one of unusual
Rev. W. R. Irish mid wife of Kllbtirn,
Wis., accompanied by their daughters,
Misses Mattlo and Hnttln, are visiting their
children, Mr. C. W. Starling and Mr. G. II.
Irish at lliMl E street, and Mr, J. W. Irish of
University Place. A son, Mr. L. II. Irish,
and n daughter, Mrs, G. H. Robblns, of
Plnttevllle, Wis., accompanied theiu. Mr.
Irish Is a member of the West Wisconsin
conference of the M. E. church. Ho and his
family will remain about a mouth In Ne
braska, dividing their time while hero be
tween visiting In Lincoln mid attending the
general conference Iu Omahw.
Itlng for the Toes
and rings for tho nose wero great features of
mankinds' attractive adornment In tho his
torical days of long ago. Nowadays isioplo
don't wear rlngH on so ninny lUUerent mem
ber of the liutimii frame. Thoy wear less of
them, have them handsomer more vnlu
ablo and fewer of them. Hallett nowadays
sell rings for the linger mul rings (or ear
drops) for tlm oial apendltiiro of tho head,
and his lino Is one lit to adorn a Hroadwny
Jewelry store. He has rings of any and all
kinds, for all occasions, for people of much
and llttlo wealth, and ring for young mid
old. Tho settings urn superbly elegant and
tlm precious stones shown In them embrace
anything from the most beautiful diamond
down to tho least cxcuslvo stone. Ring
for weddings, birthday mid presentation, for
each particular occasion, shown in groat va
riety. Call and see Hallett about this.
A New (irortiry.
Friends of Georgo Cook, tho well known
groceryinaii of tho lato firm of Cook & John
sou, will again embark In his chosen calling,
having formed a copartnership with Mr.
Halloy of Omaha. The now Mrm will bo
known n the Cook-Hnlloy Grocery Co., and
exMct to bo ready for business May 15 at
1'JISO street. T'lls will bo pleasant now to
Mr. Cook's many friends. Hoth iseiitlemeu
nro rustler, they have a good locution and
wilt doubtless do u big business.
Nnnit'thliii; I.Ike a Door.
A Jefferson avenue merchant wn busy
In hi ofllce ycstenliiy vhcn n book ugent
called on him.
"I linvo soiucthiiiK to show you," insinu
ated tho agent, nllpplnB mul sliding up to
Tho merchant looked up.
"And I have Komething toshow yon,"
"I beg your pardon," snld tho puzzled
"I have Homethlng to show you," repent
ed the merchant, rising nnd pointing
across tho room. "It has hinges on It and
n knob, and it will shut behind you. Good
day," and he wit down again a tho nucnt
accepted tho present mid passed out. De
troit Free Press.
The (NiiiKlilrrate lleggnr.
Hanker What do you wnntr
Heggar Only n few cent.
"Don't sny that. If you cun glvo mo n
few cents I'll go without any further trou
ble, but If you refuse you v I have to
kick me down stair. I want . put you
Just tons llttlo trouble us pi ." Texus
Not to lie Thought Or.
Inventor Thl dovlco of mine provides
for the instant stoppage of nn elevator
when tho ropo or mechanism breaks.
Capitalist Why don't you dovlsu n rope
and mechanism so strong that they enn't
be broken t
Iuventor It would never sell, sir. Tho
Idea I un-American. Chicago Tribune.
Hid n't Agree.
Melton Aren't you living In the same
apartment with Dangler
Heaver No. Wo had r disagreement mid
Melton What was tho trouble?
Heaver He grow so stout that I couldn't
wear hi clothes. Clothier und Furnisher.
HARDY & PITCHER, 211 S. 1 1th Street
-.- Friday and Saturday
Wc will offer you baby bonnets in the
most unique styles at prices unheard
LOT I A very neat bonnet 18c worth 30c.
LOT 2 Three Styles, choice at 25c
LOT 3 Choice 35c.
LOT 4 Choice 47c.
LOT 5 Choice 69c
Our Lace Sale Will be Continued
for Friday and Saturday.
"ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST"
1 109 O
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
TIES in styles
confined to us.
CALL AND SEE THEM
MISS MADDERN, Trimmer.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.,
Who Wear I Iats and Bonnets
Who Wear Hats :-:::::
We wish to impress it upon your minds that we arc
here to save you big money on millinery
WE WANT your trade and will throw
out a long line to gain it
WE WILL show you twice as many flowers
and designs as any other house in Lincoln
Our House Furnishing and Quccnsware Departments you
will find overflowing with useful article.
CHARLES A. BROAD,
1 124 O STREET.
J2T Formerly the Great 25 Cent Store.
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Will be in
The largest stock of Furniture
in the city.
The Lowest Prices
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