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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1892
Oamtw I Oth and P Streets.
of choice wash good,
Ribbons, Laces, Silk Mlts, Hosiery
and Summer Corsets,
lor the balance of June. Agent (or the
wile ol Rutterlck's Pattern,
II. K. Nissley & Co.
TI10 Couihkh will not lie- reonlblo for
ny debt iiimto by nny ono In It iinnio, un
ma written order iuvoiiiimuiIcs tho same,
and upwards at the
Cor. O and utli St. Opera House Corner
The Courier Citn l found At
Hotel Uncoln Now Htniul.
Windsor Hotel NowsHtnud.
rapllnl Hotel Now Stand.
lied Dinlo ClKiir Morn, Iiwn O Street
The A pox, 111 North lith Mreet.
Kit. Young, 19)71) Mreet. wi. .
Clnson, Klctohor A Co., HOT 0 Htroot.
lion Ton Cigar Store, I as North lttli Htrcet.
Moore's News Htand. IIS Houth lltli Street,
t'nsluo CUiir More, llrsco lllook. 15th A O
World' Knlr Cigar More, 13th A O sts.
LADIES CAN SEE
THE BEST LINE OF
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
l.eeal unit rorsotiMl.
Whltebreast Coal and Lluio Company.
Mann & Hall's new pharmacy 1800 O street.
New locution, L. llarr, Jeweler, list O St.
Canon City Conl nt tho Whltebreast
Goal and Lime Co.
Miss C. J. Gullmette, incxIUto, Latin lllock
over .Miller & Paine. Tako elovator.
' K C Baking Powder, 35 ounces S3 cent.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tried it I
Call up phone 457 ami order your Sumlny
ice cream of the new Hon Ton bakery.
Mia Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. 11th & Psta.
over Lincoln Having bank, entrance on Pit,
Mann & Hall' pharmacy makes a specialty
of prescription work. Call at HSOO O street.
for gents' furnishing at right prices, call
t the 'Y. M, C, A, Haberdashery, corner
The Whitebreait Coal and Lime company
t always at the front supplying the finest
grades of all kinds of coal
For scavengor work, day and night, drop
J. C, Field a postal and he will m-omntlv
call and see what you want.
When you want first-clan, pure and whol
some summer drinks for family use call up
telephone 4-19, the Lincoln Bottling Works,
Orders for piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, 208 south Eleventh street, will
receive prompt attention by 8. C. Quick.
Sportsmen can now buy all kinds of rub
ler and canvas goods at and below cost at
the closing out sale of the Lincoln Rubber
Co., 1330 0 street.
Coal of every slie from the best mines
in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Oeo. A.Ray
nier. Telephone 390. Office 1134 O street.
If you want anything in rubber goods you
have now the greatest chance of your life to
secure them at less than manufacturer's
prices at the closing out sale of the Lincoln
If you will make it a point never to got a
picture framed until you have seen the Lin
coin Frame Art Company's goods, you
wj always got the latest styles. Prices are
always too lr,TvW
Fountain tyffiaj of all kinds, ladles' go
wemaudevWMWngln the rubber goods
linetOwJiiftl) jIVmki in order to close up
the biuineu of 'the Lincoln Rubber Co., 1231
O otrtet. NVnr'yfjrour chance.
Lawn sprinklers that won't break at first
service, rust and get out of order easily, Is
what the public wants. Dean & Horton, as
of yore, keep a line of them that they can
fully recommend .and will be glad to show
hem to you at 1540 O street, ? '
Or. VarHhaat Care
chronic diseases.. CousultatioiT free. Medi
cine furnished at ofsto. OMce hours 10 to 12
a. m ,3 to 5 p. m., and 7 to 0 p. m. Sundays
4 to Op. m.
. BeerVor Family Use,
For family trade the John Gund Brewing
Co. if now delivering a superior grade of ex
tra pale beer in either pint or quart bottles.
This beer for table use hat no -nrntl and is
meeting with popular favor with all the best
trade of the city. Prices as cheap at that
charged for Inferior beer. Leave orders at
nfllce, 31 1 North Ninth street. Oscar Beuok,
agent. Once tried no other beer will be used.
Why not order a sample case of it.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000,
Mrs. E. E. Drown la visiting In Lnmlng,
Miss Melon Hoiiunrrlnil Is spending her va
cation nt Livingston, Montnnn.
Tho nnnunl Danish picnic takes ptneo Sun
dny, July 31th, nt Cushinnn Park.
Mrs. John C. Allen nnd sou returned
Moi.ilny from their Vermont visit,
Mrs. J. 1). Hood nnd ilnunliter, Ml Norn
lire summering nt Colfiix Springs, In.!
Mr. Albert linns of Ht, Joiph wns u Lin
coln visitor for ii few days thin week.
Mrs. M. J. Ungdon nnd MINclllo Kelley
nreeiij lying suminur lift nt Hull Lnko City.
Mrs. Lleuteimnt It. II. Tnwnley, iniicli Im
proved In health, hns returned from Now
Mrs. John Helming nnd Mrs. Henry 'eh
tuiig nro enjoying summer II to In tho moun
tain) nenr Denver.
Mr. II, U. Victor, brother of the dental
doctor him relumed, to Champaign HI., iif
ter a pleasant Lincoln vMt.
.Mrs. M. Ackermnu nnd chllilrvn nnd Mis
r-'nink, her sinter, will lenvo Moiidny for tho
Dakota Hot Spring for a few week so
journ. Mr. nnd Mis. J. L. Teeters were at homo
ton company of fi lends Monday evening.
Their coy residence at tho corner of Twelfth
and C streets was tho scene of a most happy
Hon, .1. 11. Webster, accompanied by Mr.
C. W. I'lsherdlek and daughter, Miss Annie,
left Monday for a few week visit along tho
Paelllo court, Hun Krnuclsco being tho initial
Ml Mnigaret Lntrim a chariulug young
lady from York, has been lenewlng old time
friend mid ncipitilutnuccx in Lincoln tho
past ten day, tho guest of Mrs. J. E. Rlggs,
18117 E street.
The- Odell restaurant having Ikwii closed
by creditors, Mr. Odell ha been given
charge of tlio refreshment bureau at Lincoln
pnrk. N.o wler selection could havo been
made by "tho park pouplu.
Tho Crete Chautauipiii has been a most
attractivo place for i.lncolulte during tho
week and hundred havo visited Urn delight
ful grove on tho llluo. Tho Lincoln Oratorio
Concerts linvo been a great drawing card.
Col. Ira P. Illutov. mluo host of Hotel
Watson. Nebraska City, visited his old Lin
coin homo Wednesday. Ira is conducting n
llrst class house in Otoo county's metropolis
a fact which Llncolnltes never fall to nppto
clato when visiting tho river town.
It was Sunday nnd all was ipilet, subllmo,
and happiness reigned supreme. Ioulo Mey
cr was the happiest man in all Lincoln, and
ho had good cause to bo. It was a boy. It
camo on tho day aforesaid, and It anno to
stay. Mrs. Meyer Is doing well and tho lit
tle one is In excellent spirits.
"Chicago's" breezy letter this week will bo
of general Interest to Llucolultes and next
week's CouiilKH will contain a delightfully
described account of a trip to Europe by a
Lincoln uentlemau. Tho enjoyment of sea
sickness and all tho other pleasures atteudliig
an ocean voyage are faithfully depicted.
A email number of relatives nnd Intimate
friends witnessed n pretty wedding Monday
evening nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs, W. A.
Hniil. 17W D street, on which oocinlon Mlns
Edna Muy Hurrls was made the wife of Mr.
Moiton L. Reach of Portland, Oregon. Tho
ceiemony was delivered by Rev. Norman
Plus after which a sumptuous repast was
served and well wishes generally bestowed
on tho happy couple. Mr. and Mrs. Reach
left ednovlay for their future homo in
Portland where they arrived yesterday to
enter tho realities of a ilfes wedded bliss uud
A of Ktrty Llucolultes under tho leadership
of Prof. Rruuer of the 8ltie University left
Tuedav evculmc for an outing of n mouth or
more, in northwestern Nebraska nud tho
Rlackhills; Custer, Dendwood nnd other
jiolnts In Dakota. They form a Jolly party
and being amply iltted out with both scion
title and photographic instrumenuts, will
doubtless have a most enjoyable as well as
Instructive time. The party coulsU of Mrs.
C. H. (lore, Misses Marlel, Nellie and Frances
Gere, Miwes Ames, Pound, Cora Smith,
8ela Bewell, Louise Tucker, Rutli Scotleld,
Psyche and Hellen Rruuer, Mrs, M. Bruner,
Messrs. ',M. O. Rarber, L. E. Troyer, J. R.
White and A. F. Woods.
The Entre Nous club enjoyed a delightful
nlcnlc nt Lincoln Park Friday afternoon.
The club met at Miss Rlggs home and went
out to the park for tho afternoon atul
luncheon. The repast was all that the most
delicate npnetite could demand. The full
membership of the club was present together
with several invited guests, the gathering
including; Messn. and Mesdames E. R. Slzer,
Chas. Traphageu, C. W. Hoxio, W. C. Davis,
R. E. Moore, Usher, Dayton, T. H.Benton,
Myron Wheeler, It. Rhelaeiuler, G, K.
Brown, John Glllllan, Houtz, C II. Rudge,
J. K. ltlggs, uai Nortbam, w. 11. .ucArtnur,
C. O. Whedon, Everett. C. M. Broad, D. J.
Hamilton, Mrs.C. D Pitcher, Mrs. Cmileld,
Misses Canfleld and Margaiet L?ITIcr, Messrs.
T, P, Kennard, Frank Everett nnd Barnes.
A pleasing feature of today's CouiilKH Is
one of "Chicago's" breezy and most interest
ing letters from the World's Flr city. These
letters, always full of sprightly gossip and
spicy reading, never lag iu interest, and
CouniEK readers rind much in them to pass
the time pleusautly. As a matter strictly
subrosa, by the way, I will whisper a secret
to my readers, but I hope they will be care
ful and guard the bit ot secrecy as I have.
Well, here it is: "Chicago" is a most charm
ing young lady (you could tell that by her
letters), and as the male sex generally Is not
slow In recognizing youth, beauty and Intel
llgeuce In female toi-in weH.jVcnicago'
won the heart and band of a prosperous
young Appolo, wh6 report says will soon card that is winning new trade constantly,
join the band of happily mated t wains. Now, You can call up No. 43 and order by tele
then, we've told you. I phone If you wish,
Used in Million of Homes 40 Years the SUndird
Mr. W. II, Newbury leaves for Oinnhn
Mrs. Allyn left Monday for a visit with
her sister, Mis. Judge English at Hay warden,
Prof. II. J. Webernnd wife left Weilnexlay
forHt. liuls where they will reside jieriiin
Tho grocers and drygood men have ar
ranged an outing nt Cusliuinn for Wednes
Miss Knunlo Lsthnne sH'iit n couplo of days
with her friend, Mis Uilfler and Mrs. Illgg,
Dr. M. II. Garten nnd fnmlly nf ter tnklng
In New Yoik and the sen shore resorts are
once more nt home.
The Hnblinth school of Holy Trinity nud
Ht. Andrew's enjoyed n plensnnt outing at
Lincoln park Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. (. M. Ilnldwln, Mrs. M.
II. Ilnldwln nud Ml Luzlo iatdlu left
Monday for Ashvllle, N. C.
Misses Gertrudu nnd Annette Abbott, Mis
Love nuil Mis Horton left Krldny iiiornlug
for Crete to tnko III tho Chautauipiii.
Mr. F. W. Htevens of tho Wessel-Hteveos
Printing Co. nccoinpanli-d by hi hettcrlmlf
left Tiiesd'iy for Chicago for a week's visit.
The Oinalia police foro nnd their friends
nro conteinplntlug an excursion to lliirllugton
ileach, to tnko plnco about tho middle of
Dr. O. F. Liiinbertsou ha returned from
tho east a gras widower having left Mr.
LnmherlKoti in the White Mountain to enjoy
tho summer season.
Mr. D E. Thompson I in Now Y irk but
will return next week accompanied by .Mr.
Thompson who stopiicd to visit In Chicago
whlio ho vMtcdOotlmui.
Mrs. Anglo Flshback leaves tomorrow for
a three weeks' visit to her old home, Wluter
sct, Iowa. Incidentally Mrs. Kishback will
visit friends at Des Moines liefoio returning,
11. L. Curtis, brother of Mrs. W. N. Al
liott, l!SJ0 A street, sjicnt Suudny with hi
sister nnd family and met hi brother, II. J.
Curtis, who had been visiting there for some
Mr. W. II. Ehrllch of Ht. Joseph, a mem
ber of tho Jobbing nouse of II, Ehrllch &
Hon arrived in tho city Wednesday an I I
tho guest of Mr. and Mis. Lou Wessel, l!'J7
HuperlntendantT, E. Calvert I entrtalu
lug his uncles, Messrs, J. f Calvert and U. I.
Calvert of Philadelphia. At ircMnt the
gentlemen mo taking In sights in tho north
west and chaperoned by their genial host
they will also visit Denver and tho Colorado
resorts before returning.
Tho Junior Christian Endeavor of tho Klist
Presbyterian church, held a sociable at the
lileasaut homo of their directress, Mrs. Win.
M. Croan, 15'iS K. street, Wednesday evening
of this week. It wn a delightful atfiiir In
which all participated to their heart's con
tent. Mr. and Mrs. Croiiu made most nlfablo
Mrs. Mark Tlltou, Mrs, Ewlng, Mrs. Chns.
Keefer, Mis. J. E. Rlggs, Mis Margaret
Letter, Miss Kiinulo Iitluim, Mis Sterling,
and Mrs. Corn Pitcher composed a merry
party of bathers Tuesday morning that visit
ed lliirllugton Ileach bent on learning tho
latest Lincoln fnd. It Is claimed by exerts
of the pmty that they will ull make skillful
A wedding took place at the First tlaptist
Church at high noon Tuesday In which Mr.
J. D. Rrumier and Miss Florence linker took
iiH)ii themselves the solemn nud life long
obligations which made them n liuppy
married twain. Rev. O. A. William tied
tho knot uud a nuinlter of deeply Interested
friends und relative were present to bestow
hearty congratulation. Tho groom is n
popular Instructor in the Lincoln business
college uud the brldo is nn estimable young
lady, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A. D.
Baker residing lit Twenty-seventh nud
Mr. and Mrs. Buckstatf gavu 11 n elegant
dinner party to a few of their friends Thurs
day evening. Covers were laid for twelve
and all started merrily toward celebrating
Mrs. Buckstnff's birthday After dinner
the party were surprised to Hud the tallyho
waiting for a drive to tho bench. A ride on
the steamer, a return trip to town, an explan
ation of all tho mysteries ot tho brick yard,
hot kilns, etc., then a merry drivo home. Iu
the lmrty were Mr. and Mrs. BuckstatT, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Lipplucott, Mr. atul Mrs. F.
W. Brown, Mrs. Wade, of Omaha, Dr. and
Mrs. Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Brown and
Mr, Arron BuckstatT,
A gay ami lively party comprising the fol
lowing named gentlemen: J. C. Berostouot
Doaiie College, W. G. S. Cook, Perry Dross,
Charles Phllpott and Will Green, chaperoned
by the Rev. Norman Plass and Rev. ana
maker, started Monday to make ail overland
trip through northwestern Iowa and south
ern Minnesota. The tmrtv uses two wagons
on the trip, one loaded with human freight,
the other equipped with cooking utensils and
all the appurtenances pertaining theieto.
"With spools of thread for fishing line and
bended pins for hooks, they exect to catnh
tho unwary ilsh that gwimmlth in the brook."
They will divide tho rest of the time when
not eating or sleeping in discussing tho
weather and other subjects of like Import
ance. This Interesting party will be joined
Monday by Howell Sanderson at the home of
his cousin at Haywurden, Iowa. After
spending a short time in viewing the city
and posting up Lincoln advertising, they wll
proceed on their journey to the tune of
"Coming through the rye" or "John Brown's
body lies moulding in tho grave," or some
other melodious strain nf sweet music equally
as entrancing. If all goes well and the
hortes make 110 bad breaks this happy party
exects to return in about four weeks to the
friends they left behind to tell some wonder
ful adventures and hairbreadth escaes and
to relate such as usually happens on such oc
casions. Every tiling new yi'il toothsome and deli
cious nt the CooVRey Grocery Co., 1218
O itreet. Pleasaut trentineut low nrlces and
everything as renrc-jeuted is the drawing
Suit Lake Mpcrlnl Notice.
Hereafter children under 15 years of nge,
provided with their own suits, will be ad
mitted to the bathing privilege ut Burling
ton Bench for Futmcn Ck.nth
Nothing so nice for table use n mineral
wnter. Cook-llulloy Oiocery Co. have a (
largo Hue of the most nourishing goods, In
cluding tho genuine Imported Pollluaris Re
gent Spring from Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
lliiK)itcd Ginger Ale, etc.
Notice In Hoy or Other.
Any Hrsou found bathing in Halt lake
without first obtaining permission at the
olllce, will bo subject to arrest nud Hue, A
seclal officer lias Iweti employed to patrol
the lnko nud.lxirders to)gunrdngitlutd!ohoy- (
log this order. Oko. A. SI'K.nckh,
V hen J oil wim t leal good, llrst clnss gar
den hose it does not pny to get trashy goods
or Kior lubber. Demi & Horton, who havo
supplied Lincoln with this great commodity
for years, ate at the front again this season
with the best ipialltles and furnish them nt
.ottom MgutcH. Consult tliuui lief ore buy
ing. 15111 O stteet.
I 'or tli Miiiniiiei' Triule.
llotnling, the () street grocer, Ims any
thing you may want in the way of lunch or
plcnb specialties, such n puddings, Jellies,
tongues, beef, potted meats, deviled hum,
IMi of various kinds, pickles, oils, and dress
ing, canned fruits, vegetables, cookies, po
Into chip, etc., etc., and so o'i and so on,
Carpet l.aylnu, Cleaning, V.tv, '
Henry Taylor, with ten years experience
in Lincoln with the lending cnt'Ht houses, I
now prepared to do all kinds of cat put lny I
lug ami repairing, and gehcral house clean
lug, sweeping and renovating offices and
prlvnto residence. Leave orders at A. M.
Davis ,fc Hon'. 1112 O street, or Capital City I
Ciirift Co., iilll South litis sheet, either of ,
whom he gives a lefereiicc. 1
I.el l' Atltlse Yon, l.aille.
Wo again feel c.illo.l tip.m to do the female '
iortioii ot our readeis the favor of drawing1
their attention to the publications of Messrs.
I A. McDowell & Co ,4 nud U West llth sheet,
I Now York. This llrm import and publish :
I tho American clltlon of tho Parisian Fashion ,
Journals, "La Mode do Purls," :15c.; "Pails 1
Album of Fashion," :i5c; "La Courturlero,"
UlKi., and "La Mode," 15c. These books havo 1
been favorably commented upon by us In
previous writings, but in consideration of
the many Improvements wo have noticed wo
do not hesitate to speak of them n the llrst
Journals of their kind to be found 011 the
bookstnnds. Their September numbers come
out August llrst, and will contain all tho
latest fall styles et least a mouth earlier than
any other fashion papr. The plates in Mc
Dowell's journals are not reproductions but
are the woik ot French artists, done in Purls.
Send for sample copy.
Denhiess Cannot lie Cnreil
by local applications, ns fhey ennnot reach
the diseased (tortiou of the ear. There i
only ono way to cure Deafness, nnd thnt, I
by constitutional remedies. Deafness i
caused by nil inflamed condition ot the mu
cous lining of tho Eustnchluii Tube. When
this tube gets iullnmed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed Deafness is the result, nud un
less tho iutltimmtttlou can be taken out and
this tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will In) dlstroycd forever; nine cases
out of tun are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but nu Iullnmed condition of tho
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for nny
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cuk.nkv & Co., Toledo, O.
t?"Sold by Druggists, 75e.
Fashion 11111I Art Tapers,
nnd nil kinds of magazines, petiodlcals,
novels, etc, always to lie found at the new
CuuiUEK News Depot, 1134 N street.
Tho now Lincoln frame nud nrt company
make a specialty of frames for tine crayon
work, with Elite Studio 2",'0 bouth Eleventh
Wild cherry wiuo Is the most popular sum
mer drink In Lincoln. Ask for it Made by
Lincoln Bottling Works. Telephone 44U.
THE MANAGEMENT OF THE LIN
COLN SALT LAKE CATER TO THE
RESPECTABLE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN
AND THE STATE, AND WE HEREBY
GIVE NOTICE THAT LOOSE CHARAC
TERS OF ANY DESCRIPTION WILL
NOP BE PERMITTED ON THE PREM
ISES. LlNCJLN SALT LAKE CO.,
Per Gkohok A. Spencku,
What is the World Coming ToJ?
I Z ! w ... I I I rssssssssssssBpEsslglMiJliI MsjassssssBsW r --"
THE 'asssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssll IsssssssssssssCsSS I II Hill HI FOR
This Suit for Twelve-Fifty
And the only place this Bargain can be secured is at
We have just placed on sale n lot of
cither Ruled or Plain, with Intest shape Envelopes,
Also 200 boxes of
In Plain or Ruled, with Envelope same style as I. allelic France Llncu.
These nre offered
Great Department Store!
Week Beginning July 18th.
All sizes Stamped Pans, 3c each upward.
Large sized Handled Stew Pans, 7c, worth
Bread Pans, 7c, worth :5c.
Cnkc nnd Pic Tins, nil sizes, 5c.
Iron Bread Pans, 6c, worth 15c.
No 8 Copper Bottomed Tea Kettle, 39c.
Wire Sponge Baskets, 10c.
Wire Soap Dish, 5c.
A lnrge assortment of Dinner, Tea
This l the House that gives you
5 IFIEJIEe OE3STT.
LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK
AND SAFE DEPOSIT CO.,
S- E.Cor. 1 1th and P Streets
Boxes to Rent, in Safe Deposit Vaults.
HENRY E. LEWIS, President A. P. S. STEWART, Vlce-Pres. R.WELCH, Teller.
WHEN YOU CAN BUY
mmBmSmm1 Bl 'ilBl
LI UJ QjfQmQggiKjM XJ. ' ' 'Jl
211 South lltli Street.
Comprising 300 Boxes of
PpACII Box contains n full quire of Paper, and
the same number of Envelopes, nnd they arc
just as good ns whnt you usually pay 50 cent for.
This Is n bargain worth looking into.
Wessel-Stevens Printing Co.,
Courier Office, 1 134 N St.
Half-pint Tumblers, 3c each.
Half -pint Tumblers, engraved, ground bottom, 5c each.
Half-pint Tumblers, Hint glass, thin, 5c each.
Jelly Glasses, tin top, 3c each.
Wnlcr sets, 75c each up.
"Imitation Cut Glass, four piece 6et, Sugar, Creamer
Spoon Holder nnd Butter Dish, 95c.
and Toilet Ware.
the Lowest Prices.
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