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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, MAY 28, t8g:
'POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000.
Dresses (or the House,
Dresses for (lid Street,
Dresses (or Pleasure Trips,
Dresses for Graduating.
)Mnoh nil wool Heme, ii'sVorlftd color, fur
Mnrr price (Ufe, now 4 v.
4o-liirh llctllord I'nrd llroemlo, assorted
colors, former price II. ID, now 7le,
M-liifh Arnnlirn Henrietta, former rlco
11,10 now Ttv.
sO-lnch Nik Wnrp, Tnllro clulli, former
prion l. 10, now 71H.
40-lncli Chovcron, fnnner iilco fj.10. now
H. R. N1SSLEY & CO
Cor. lOnnU PSts,
The Couiiirii will not I rcohitlo for
any debt made by nny nno In it name, mi.
tm a written order ntvompnnle the. same,
niul upwards at the
.. ' .
Cor. O nnil utli SU. Opera I louse Comer
... ii ii .!.... u I T..t.i.. U' I Mix I.UIrt Dnifii iv. i( tin KeirneV
elevens, " " ii"iiiv, ,, "! . ft ? ; i -.-- , i. ;, " ,,
(J. HiiImmI, (. A. Hf.eneer, S. f& Rale, Guy ' iiinlrlVwf"o, win n guest iliirlug lu Mny
liintvn, Chi. Pair, Kil. F.wlng, John Mo- I FeaUvnl f Mr. nn.l Mr, C. I), Oiifllu, left
Donald. H. M. Mellck. I. W. Lansing, 1. l. wrrcom .uojiuiijr,
The Courier Onn 'untl At
Hotel Lincoln Now Hlnnd.
WlmUor Hole! Nown Htond.
Ranltal Motel News Htnml.
It'll liUtloCliiu Htnre. HW0 O Street
The i AiVox, 111 North litli Htrcel.
Kd. Young. IOT O Mlrecl. n u
WoiterfloM's Harbor Hlroi. Hurt ; lilt
ii....ir.uiiinrHinri. IRH Nnrlh 111 ll
Moore' Nows8tntid,U3Houth lllh HI reel.
I.AMBS CAN SKB
THE BEST LINE OF
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
l.tscat and rcrsonnl.
Whitcbrenst Conl and Mine Company.
New loentlou, L. Barr, Jeweler, IBM O Ht.
Archer, (UtillM, Brace block, over Merch
Canon City Coal nt the Whltebrcast
Coal and Ltmo Co.
Bee those Pattern Hats at Tlioruburn
Bisters, 1!!48 O Btrvet.
Arehetj dentist. Fine geld and brldgo
worknsrocialty. Brace block.
'- Finest bread In Lincoln at the Bonton
bakery, Twelfth and 1 street.
For really artlstio ladles hair dressing try
Thoinburn Bisters at 1S48 O Street.
Kid glove, chiffon and fans In exiuUK
hading Just in. HerpoUhelmer & Co.
Mi C. J. Gullmette, modiste, Latta Block
over Miller & l'alne. Tuku eluvntor, .
Call at Griswolds seed store for your
serds and bulb. 140 south 11th street.
Cabinet bath for ladle given by Mrs. B.
1). Catlln professional mum-ur, ISSC 1' street.
Hair ornament in profusion, embracing
eveiytliliiK new, at Mr. Guspei's, 1114 O Bt.
Ml Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. 11th & Pst.
over Lincoln Savings bank, entrance on Pst.
tr-Ladles hat trimmed in latest style and- at
reasonable price at Mr. Corrells, 14iil O Bt.
We carry a complete lino of flower and
garden sejodr, GrUwold Seed store ISOjSo.
11th, ' v "
When you want nice, juicy meat of any
and all kinds call at "Your Market," 14'JO O
street. .-" ,, i
"Your Market," 14?J O street handle tl.
freshest and choicest line of meat. ' Uivib
them a call. ,
The VhitobivBBt Coal and Lima company
is always at the front supplying the flne
laddof all'klnds of coal ,
FoK wa,veugOr ork"hy and night, drop
J. C'iekl f, poital uud ,he wilt-.promptly
calltatdaee what you ant.
V4iitls&kiorabhV ladies of the city
wane thUtest in'MiHinerTt tby,-go to Mr.
Gosper's,. 114 O street Wlieredo you go I '
Order "for pjiuio'turiijigft wltlv Yoling
and Elder, SOd southlleveiitli stteet.-'wlll
receive proiupt ( aiieiuon oy a. u. va'K
For craduatlrVcllkiH di-eu coodt. millhi.
ery, kid gloves, funsad chllTous tep Hen
poUlielner'a Ine line just Ik from our .New
Yorkoffle. f," .
BportsiueHatonowlaiy all klndi of rub
ber and canyaa goods a: and below cot at
tbo closing out sle "6f M lLlncoln Rubber
Co.,lS3t)0 strtat " t) '
When you want sometlitpg nlco iu Im
ported candles the only-place, you will Hnt
will be at the Bonton, 1'otUler' old stand,
Twelfth and P strjjeU.- . '
The UpestryM(n'ar tinting cha'uioUt
Skin, inoleUttfta&lMltlng cloth ai$l
TltK I.AMT t'OTIt.l.lOy,
The lnt cotillion for tin ea.h wn ,,,,,,,
tit tln IiuikIkoiiui resident of Mr. and Mr.
.1. A. BiickMalTon TliuiKilny ovenlng. The
hnui wa. Uviutlful with tlecoratlons tif
roii nn.l unllnx, alo swH-t-sinelllng llliics
ail'lnl Ihelr sprlngtlnie Uauty. The (ler
nwin wnsdanot-dluthosiMtolousthinflng hall
on tho llilnl lloor, where loom wn found
for all tin large company of twenty-one
couple. There wrrn about twelve figure
given, led by Mr. W. K. llnrdy, who dlti hi
mit admirably aildiog not n llttlo to tho sue
tvsiaudgeiieial enjoyment by hi skillful
lending anil thoughtful oonlderatlnii of the
pleasure of all, Hnlad, coITit, samlwlche,
fruit and cake were sorvwl In tin middle of
tin evening at table. The favor were a de
IlK'it to nil, mid tin) evening could not well
linvo iiceii iiintla more enjojable than It
proved, Tlion pnwnt wen Memr. nnd
MiMlmnt J, 1). McFnrliiud, C. H. Llppln
cott, (loo. Ilio to, II, 11. NMey, K. K. Hay
tlei , H. I). Mulr, J II, Wright, MU-e Day
nit. Itohlusou of Chicago, Ialelle Onkey of
Terra Haute, Ind Halllo HoojK'r, Nellie
Kelly, Thro. LawsMnude Burr, Fny Mar
shall, Itachel lliiK-k. Anno Kuriko, Cl.ira
Walsh, Ollvu iJitta, Marlhi Ftinke, (Ittirglo
llawkiiof NeliinskaOlty, Margaret Balril,
Corn Krnnnrd, Mtiwr. W. K. Hardy, Fred
Houl., W. H. Clarke, H. K. HI. John, P. L.
Wing, F. C. Zehrimg, Lew Marshall, Fred
HhiMtls, IJ. K. Hnwley, M. I. Altken, Aaron
lluckstair. LleiiU IVishlng, Mewlaiue Hob
Insoii, B. P. Bwlng nnd W. J. Marshall.
FIFTH WKIIDIMI ANNINKIUUllY.
Ono of tho largest and mot oojoynble sur
prim partie-i tif tho year occurrctl on
Wttlnemlny ovenlng when Mr. nnd Mr. 11.
II. Kelilnnder, Fouitetinth and It striH-ts,
wcto tin delighted victim. The happy
event wa tho llfth wedding anniversary of
their marriage. Mr, and Mr, llehlandcr
weroiiwny from hniueand they were gient-
ly surprised on returning to find that somo
unknown cihou had taken full possession.
They came Iu full force, nnd not empty
handed either. Two hnudioma chair and a
buffet lind found their way Into convenient
places and added somewhat to the surprise
of the bewildered luxt and ho)tei. The
evening wa kiK'iit In high llvo and iu thu en
Joyment tif such good thing n the guests
had remembered to bring aloug. Mr. and
Mi . Hehlauilei could not but bo tlellghtetl
with such friendly ito gultluii. which wns
shown by thu following: Mes-ir. nnd Me
ilameH W. Cambridge, T. W. Tnlf, Myron
Wheeler, ViiikIiimii, llnrber, Dr. Trogtleu,
V. II DennN, T. Ushiir, T. II. Beutorr, Kli
by, J. C. SnMiury, Hick, T. II. Duvli, A.
(lulle, U. C. MeiiMiiilorf, O. Ushur. W.
Thmua, II. (1. Bell, Hal Northam, Jauie
O'Nell, Dudly Cook, W.C. Mills, Herrick,
Hinllli, J, C. Davis, O. C. Bell, L. Clark,
Uet). Bell, II. Mt-niHignu, I). T. Cook, Fied
Cook, Mesdiiiuc Iliillurd of California, Hoff
man of Chicago, Geo. U'nrreii of Kcd Cloud.
TIIK KM) OK LIKE.
The Inst sad rite over tho remains of Mis.
J. D. Kleutch were admlnstrateil at thu Into
residence of tho deceased Monday after
noon, Uuv. Lewis Gregory dellvcrihg a
beautiful nud Impressive service. Tho Gcr-
lunula tmartcttu rendered impt'essivu music
both at the houo and nt the cemetery, and
a very lnrge concourse cf sorrowing friends
accompanied the cortage to Wyuka, the city
of the dead. The Morn I tributes wei u nuiii
erour, nnd some very haudsomo piece were
sent, uniting them thu following :
Pillow from thu society of tho high school,
gate ajar, by member of tho nowspiper
traternlty, Messis L. Wetnel, jr, II, T. Dob
bins II, 8. Littlelleld, J. I). Calhoun, II, 1).
Hathaway, B. D. Cox, F. II. Nagel, Will O.
Jones, W, Moiton Binlth, L. Westermnu, C.
II. Gere, John C.ltou, II, M. llmlmell,
Henry Bchaul, II, B. Bnweis.aud J. W. Cut
right; star of lose and llllois, by Mi. J.
Bnuuinun of Omnlia, llornl pillow bcailng
the Inscription: "My Ifo" from tho bereav
ed husband, and a tloral star "For Mama"
from tho children, a wreath from Mr. and
Mrs. Bnwyer. Cut tlowee were sent by Mr.
H. W. Hardy, Mi. Funke, J. Hnyder, Mm.
Colin Hooper, Met-HiK. Tychsen, and tlrilet-
ter, Mr. 1). B. Howard, Mm. Lucy Grlllltli
antlMi. U. It. LillibrltUu.
McClnskv.J I). Bain, MIm.h Bailey, Mor
ento Hale, rtlsscr, darkle Pace,
tiii: tukmhav i.vr..Mri et.un.
The Tuesday Kveiilng club was eutei tallied
this week by Mr. and Mi! A. B. Coffioth.
The program consisted of ieronnl remliil
rence of different memlier related by them
selves, 'Honcnmulng or Instructive rem
Inlseiico of your life" wa lh form of the
reipiest inndo of all iiioinberr, The responso
wnuot(Ulto so geueiara expected, the
young men rescinding more frankly and
In nvely than the young lade. Tho scho'iie
wa quite a urceful ns hoKi1, the evening
proving a thorouiihly entertaining one. lit'
freNhinerrlsof a morn elnlioratn character
than rules ierinlt were served nnd, it Is neetl
less to say, enjoyed to tho full.
I.ADIKH WIIIHT C'l.UII.
Mrs. W, (1, Huberts and Mrs. W. B
Humphrey entertaluetl tho ruembeis of the
Kast Lincoln Whist club Iu an unusually
pleasant manner nt tho residence of Mis,
Hubert, Witt Q stieet, Tuesday nftcrnoon.
Tim fascinating gnmn wns enjoyed until the
hostese Intel rtiptcd by serving most tempt
ing dcll'-nclo. Those playing were Mfwlnmes
C. II. Hteplien, Aha Hinltli, Cha. Pace, L.
O. Pate, J, C. SnMiury, H. K Hale, J. I).
Ilaln, (I, A, Bpeucer, B. L. Holvoke, II, B.
Hawyer, J. T, McDonald. C. O. Calkins, W.
M. Provls, L. W. Lyman, H. J. Tuttle, Guy
A. Brown, W, II. Axtator, W. C. Phllll,
Bil. I'olinnnn, T. J. Mlltonberger, Al. Fair
brother, II. M. Itlce, I. W. Lnuslng, K. H.
Mead, Wlnoni Minn, Miss It ley, It oho I).
TO KUUTIimt KIlIK.NDHirtr IIO.MIH.
The Pythian BIsterhiKxl gave a very pleas
atit reception Tuesday evening nt the Cast In
hall in honor of Mr. and Mr. Llndou nnd
their daughter Mis Kdua. After the pro
gramme at the theatre tho trio were ch
corted to tho hall where a large company
awaited to receive them. The oocnssltin
wa pleasantly sp.uit Iu can Ik and other so
ciable pastimes. Thu houoied lady guests
had recently become member of the Lin
coln Hlsterhood, and It wa to become belter
acquainted with thu ladle that the no-cat-slon
was ui ranged, It was a success
thioughout, and n most u nj yabl e ono in ev '
ory resiect, i
NOTKH AND PKUHOXALH. I
Mr. B. Dundy, Jr., of Oiimhu I u UmcoIii
Mr. B. W. l)aviltft Monday lor Havana,
Mr. M. A. Nuwmark lit visiting i clntlve
Iu Ht. Louis.
Prof, Harding of
coin thl week.
Mr. and Mi. Jn 11. O'Nell nnd Mr. nnd
Mi. Haydn Mvrrn imiuilel tlw reunlns
of Mr, Myer, thvlr father, to Drcntur, III,,
for Iniiml Wtlnewlny,
Mr. I) W Muiiliy, ncconipinleil by her
mother, Mis. llodert O'llilen, lelurned
Thin sday frouin vfslt to Columbu Iu time
to attend Ilio silver cele'iiintlou,
Mrs. John Montgomery ami daughter,
Lydln. of Ganton, III,, are guest of Mi, ami
Mrs. 11, It, Itatidnll, sr., and will probably
make Lincoln their perinuent home.
Mrs, II, Burlliigliu of Monmouth, III , was
called to this t'lly by the dangerous illues of
her daughter, Mrs. W. A.' Bell. Mi. Bell I
now convalescing, her filo.ul will bo glad to
Madame Weber returned Tuesday from
New York, where shu has lxs.ii receiving
vocal training under noted iirnstem. Hho will
remain but a short tlnm ere she depart to
contluuu her studies In Buroie,
News hn lieen reeelvetl In this city thnt
Mr. Hteplien Hoover of the Liiulrll hotel was
ruin lied to Mis Vluiilo Coulter on the S5th
Inst at Hatting'. Mr. and Mis. Hoover are
sieudlug their honeymoon Iu thu east.
Miss Canlo Harbach after vlslllng her I
sister Ml. M. Well on II stieet for several j
weeks, returned yesterday to her homo In
Hidden. Mis Harlmc'l hn enjoyed a j
very pit nsiint visit lieu and her presence i
will doohllu s bo mlssetl by ninny old and
hew friends. I
Mis. Beckle Hpelslierger one of Keokuk'
fnlrest and mot accompllrhed tlnughten Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. M. Cohn, 1WI7
P street. This Is Miss Bplesberger'a llft
visit to Lincoln nnd she I so enamored with
it that Instead of a short sojuni slio will re
main to spell,! thu summer here.
Sirs. M. L. Parker, mother of Mn. J. C.
Balsbury, wa suddenly called homo Inst
week by the Illness of her husband, who wo
reiorted nt the time to bo dangerously 111,
hut upon Mih. Puikei's arilval Mr. Parker
, was much better. It was a gi eat disappoint-
! inent to Mis. Bahbury, ns well ns tho ninny
lattiualntancetshe had foruitsl hero to have
I her leave i noon, a she had uxpu.'tu.l to re-
1 mum suveial mouth.
a most complete line of
ALL WOOL CREPONS,
In fact, an exquisite assortment of all the choice
"ALWAYS THE CIIEAFEST."
1 109 O Street.
V. M. Gardner has opened a I lilt nnd Men'
Furnishing GoodsHttno in tho now Y. M. C.
A tiulldihg, id" hn Iho exclusive ag.'ncy
for Wnniimnker fc llrown'a ciiMtom mudo
Hiout City visited Liu-
Tho ("life Hnynl
thu hand'omest Iu
Menls from 15
Mr. M. W. Hoblusomlepai ted Monday for
Mr. M. A, Nuwmnrk left Thursday even
ing for Bt. Louis.
Mr. Jennie Marks nud children left for
Mis, O. P. Black of Omnlia is visiting with
her sister, Mis. b, A. Hnyder.
Miss Ada Hutchison, of Iowa City, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs, Teeter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Burrom and daughter
left Monday to visit In Chicago.
Professor Overholt of tho Nebraska City
schools, visited Lincoln thl week.
Mrs. II, T. Chrke of Oinnlm was a Lin
coin visitor for a few day l his week.
Mis Georgia Hawks of Nebraska City i a
guest of Mr. and Mr. J. A. lluckstaff.
Mrs, Duncnn Campbell left Wednesday for
Glasgow, Scotland, to visit her pirent.
Mr. nnd Sirs. John Neville of Holdrege
siient Thurrtlay and Friday iu the city.
Ho v. nnd Mrs. H. Hindi aru ntteuding a
national camp meeting in Ogden, Utah.
Mr. David A. Union of Omnha stopped iu
Lincoln lorn day this week on i trip west.
Mrs, Frank Wetheruld of Hebron I visit
ing Mr. Dr. Appeljet,Twelfthaud Q Streets.
Miss Naomi Weaver after n four weeks
visit w ith f i lend will return home next week
Irfidle wnuting tlrst-Jlass hair dressing
will get thu best woik and latest styles at
Slis. Gosptr's 1111 O street.
Blown' Kestiiufnnt Is in u itwlrrnllo
l'.M North 10th stieet nud Is known us thu
beautiful new Cafe Itt.yul.
Hotnllng, the O street grocer, mike n
specialty of tho celebrated Washburn Minne
apolis Hour. There' none nicer. Try a wick.
When von wont good, llrst-class nnd re
liable groeei les, such a will always turn out
as represented, yo I can olwoy depend on
getting your desires accurately and piomptly
fulfilled at Itota lug.
(ieo. t.'iink at Home.
Hie Cook-Bailey Grocery Co., WIS O street
I now open and Geo. Cook sml lug and happy
to once more greet his former pUrons Is al
way on hand to welcome one and all. Tho
stock Is tho newest and freshest In the city and
comprises everything wholesome and doll
clous. Telephone older via 4'1 will bo care
fully ottendol to nnd p-nmptly delivortsl.
Don't forgot to give tlw new grocery atrial.
Crepes, crepins hobutal and Japn'i silks,
in great variety of colon can bo otrctly
matched In kid gloves, mlt, chiffon and
ran. Most perfect Jme we linvo yet bIiowii.
Herpolshelmer & Co.
'or GRADUATING SILKS
AND KID GLOVES
See the superb line of VERY LATEST shades and
styles just received from our New York office.
Herpolsheimer & Co,,
V. M. C. A. KKTK.
"Fete of Days" has been ono of tlw
oiu, tivfus:-1ii"vvi mtin vium fliw
other fabria4aTat la'Llncolo,.'iame
and Ai-lCMartttSfc Kfafawth street, .
Coal orfrajjij iae -ftstaay'tiie best mine
in Ohio, KnM2IHHOt; Missouri, Coioru
do and Wyoming for aalo by Geo. A.Kay
mer. Telephone 1 9U0, Office 1134 O street.
Founialifsyrlngeiif all kinds, IajIIm' gos
samers and every tbiiig In the lubber ..goods
llruirHa I'M-klnc nnArlflAkl In Aislan tn stfAAii n
the tlneM oftbe Lincoln Rubber Coj, VM
s O atreet Now" vour chaaW '
: i 1 '
Or, Varaltain Cure t ,
chronlo dlasa.- Consultation free. Medi-1
cltMt fiirnkshed at oSoe. Ofrlce hour 0 to IS
a. ., 9 to p. ra., and 7 to p. in. Buuday
4 to p. B.
successful event of the jmst week. The elegant-new
b'ulldleg of the Young Men' Chris
tian AMocintlou, which 1 so admirably
adapted to such u worthy and auspicious
occasion Is tastefully and eliilsirotely decor
jttetl and pretuU it most beautiful appear
ance. 1 here in e i.sany extremely interesting
articles -on exhibition in the different dinrt
ment. all of whlih are very complete iu
themselves. Bpeclul inent Ion should be made
of theartand brlo.i-brnoexlilblta The eve
ning entertainment have also been and will
lie nn interesting feature rf the exhibition.
The 'Cratlle Song of Nations" drew a largo
ana entimsiastfo audience Inst evening and
ws participated in by a number of I.lncolnV
most popular young Indie. Tlil afternoon it
delightful musical pi-outaiuiro will bo ren.
dered under the direction nf Mih. Hiil,.iwt
A different program will be presented each
evening nun tun Fete will lie continued until
Jie flwt dny'tf J.rjne Go and n-e remethlng
iraujr iiuo.iwki, nran aim iiijo une or more
evening at, 'the name time helping a mot
r i ;
KNTKKTAJNUKST AT 1IAHTIXOS.
j(1io following I taken from a recent is
sue of the Hustings 7Vl(niie "
Ail enoynble party was gi eh at German-
la hall Friday, evenliig In honor of Mis
Naomi Weaver, a beautiful and necoiniillkh-
'd Lincoln j oung Juily. Those present on
till nappy occasion were: Mrs. Lod
Lynn, Lolo Aitrim, Mis Weaver, Areta
Bleed, Lauda Dilley, Llla Weeks, Kfllo Mo-Iutjret'-'Floy
Woik, MIm Bteimer Calle
Johnspn, Stella Payne, Laura Ilaljey, Mary
rtcaeus-'Keme urown, AUa liroivn, Mis
Matlwft (of Gran4'-Ilind,) Mr. Blgclow (or
OmabaJ Mr. Lyo4-'Lynn, Cbns. Iddlols,
Chas, AMams, E...E.Cox, Crl Alexander,
H. B. Duugan, Tt. B. Wuhld.uUt, Chns,
Wablqulst, A. E. Adams, Alex. Pickens,
George Work.'C. C, Heasley. John Plcken.
Thus Frahm, Bedford Brown, Hubert Pick
ess, Will Hinei.
jQfr UKCtpLN WIIIHT CUUI1.
Mrs. M. s7.'.TivUdellghtrully eutertitlmst
the Kt rjBfolit Whist club t jethnr with a
Kumlier of ttpcilly Invlttsl guvtts at her
coy rtsldenee, ill3. North Blxteenth street,
yesterday afternoon. Thl olub has not been
in thatiabit of glvln; prlres, but on this oc
casion Mm, Travis surprised the member by
gVviiig'two first tokens; a rose bowl fllL'd
wltb-tieautiful row and a souvenir te.jpoon ,
Late iu the afternoon a dainty luncheon was
strved. Tboee inviUd were Mesdame J. C.
Sakaburr, H. 11. Wilson, E, K. Henkle,
fhllllng,- Dr. fWffln, E. D. Stearns, C. W.
Iloxle, Dr. Bailey, G. L. Laws, Dr. Finney,
Cal. Thompson, E. L. Holyoke, it. A. Hoi-
j yoke, H. A. Sawyer, Alva Smith, C, R.
Dr. nud Mrs. 11, A. Holyoke of Butte,
Mont,, are guests of Dr. and Mr. E. L. Hol
yoke. Mr. Frank B, Burr departed Monday for n
trip to New Voik, Boston and other cnttcru
Mr. nnd Mrs. I). O. Mulr left Monday for
n trip to San Francisco uud other western
Dr. W. C. Aichernnd wife left Tuewlay
for u visit of three mo.iths iu Viiicunue,
Miss Abblo Coon, of Hebron, arrived Mon
day to take up n course of muslo at the oou
Tie many friomU of Mrs. S. M. Melick
will bu glad to hear that slid U couva1es:ng
nfter n serious illness.
Col. Leo Wotheimer, n drummer Iwy
hailing from Ht. Joseph was doing the town
Mr. A. P. Howes nnd daughter of Blnlr,
and Mis Iliingnto of Omnlia, were guest
this week of Mrs. Hal Northam;
The Lincoln Whist club received charming
entertnlnmeiit.ut their list meeting which
was held ut Mre, E. L, Holyoke' homo.
Lieutenant It. B. Pad-lock, who visited
Lieutenant Pending of the university for
several days, left Tuesday for Bt. Louis.
Mr. and Mr. U. M. Church of HuuUvllle,
Ala., v ho were gut sts for several day of
Mrs. Perry Richmond, returned home Tues
Prof, nud Mr. George II. Colbert left
Wednesday for a month's visit to Lebanon,
Ohio, where they will vUlt Prof. Colbert's '
In the loss of his and venerable father Mr.
Richard Johurou of tho Capital Hotel has
tho sympatLy of a large circle of true friends
Tho old gentlemnn hnd lieen suffeilug
with a lingering Illness for some time, nnd
on May ISth death came to cut short further
pain. He died at the old home In Manches
ter, England, and a letter to that effect was
reeelvetl by Mr, Johnston Monday. Pence
to his ashen.
1'rliln.v anil Hntiirda.v,
Miiv 37th and SHIli,
HV will nno n i'mrfCctif Furrier in our
stare. We will lake anient for fur fm
nieiif tVitif irifl le uuule lojll. Also orders
for repair work. A coitlial invitation is
extended to till to inspect the latest London
and I'aris sample (torments. II'. J. Dennis
d Co., llilT Ostree!.
A special biggnge car to accommodate
bicycle will Im attached to tho train for
Ciishmuti Pai k Sunday.
The Nprtna Cleaning.
Spring, tho most joyous seisou of tho
yenr I heie anil with it comes the house
cleaning duties. 'Ihe gentle housewife should
not forget that while the carpets, curtain,
furniture, etc., all need attention thnt no or
clo I more worthy careful consideration
than vour silverware, iewelry, etc. It I the
t tlmo of the year when nil humanity looks
I bright why, then, should not your gold and
silver adornments shine ns or yore, wneu
they were new nnd bright. A now and won
derful preparation known as"Electroue"hus
jurt been introduced and its work Jias never
before lieen equaled by nny other method or
preparation. It come in liquid form, but
does not injure the clothing, or oven soil the
hand. Eugene Hallottvhns taken tbo Lin
coln agency and In order to introduce it will
for a idioi t time give free with every b.ittlo u
silver-plated napkin ring, nil for SU cents.
L. Barr, jeweler, removed to il'fl O street.
A.O. IT. W.
Tho supremo lodgeof tho Ancient Order of
United Workmen convene at Helena, Mon
tana, Juno Ifith, ltW. For this occasion the
Union Pacific System will sell ticket to
Helena and return at the low rato of one
Urst-class fare for tho i omul trip. Tickets on
sale June 7th to 14th, limited to thirty day
from date of sale nnd ten days transit limit
in each till eclion. For tickets or additional
Information apply to J, T. Mostlu, C. T, A.
1044 O street, or E, B, SIomsou, Gen. Agt.
Union Pacific System,
Uicd in IffflJw Hoau--40 Ye thtSUndvd
What causes the great rush of trade at
1 1 24 O Street.
Their Fine Dispay of Millinery
The Prices They Make
Their Courteous Clerks
If you have never visited our store, do so the
first time you are down street. Sec those
new shapes in street hats. 'Our Capolet'
has been a great favorite. Ask to see it. A
tine black hair braid at
Don't miss us on flowers,
save you dollars.
75c worth $1.25.'
There is where we
ONE PRICE TO ALL
The Greatest Department Store in the City.
Great Cheap Store 121 1 0 Street
It pays to trade with us
Note the following special bargains
are offering for this week:
36 trimmed lints, worth $2.25 for only
30 trimmed hats, worth $3.50 tor only
36 ti limited lints, worth 5. 00 for only
120 doz.fnst black base, 9c, worth
S doz . fait black hose, worth 3c, for only
(A dozen Inst black hose, worth 20c, nt only
Gents' silk Lisle'hosc, worth 65c nt only . . .'
Extra heavy hall hose, 4 pairs for
Sodoz fnncv towels, worth 30, 40, ao and Co, vour choice
of the entire lot for only '. ,.,, .25
35 boys suits at $i, cheap n't , 1 65
36 lioy'i. suits at $150, worth ,, 2.75
36 boy', mlts nt $3.50, worth '.' 4 .25
25 doVen men's pants, only $1 .00, worth 2 .00
We can save you from 25 to 50 per ceiit,. on everything
ve sell. We allow no one to undersell,, us. Mail orders
promptly tilled. "
,' ' ' THE LEADER,
The Cheapest Store in the;State.. i2iiOSt.
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