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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1892
POPULATION OF LIHCOLU 65,000.
The Courier, will not I reonihlo for
ay debt made by any ono in It name, mi-
a written order accomianle tho same,
READY FOR FALL
Suitable (or present wear.
Alto, something new In Traveling lints.
Cor O and nth Stt. Opera House Corner
T Caurler Can ta aToaari At
Hotel Llnooln New HUnd
Windsor UoUl News Htaai
Capital Hotel Maw HUnd
Red Dude Claar Htore. lOW O Htreet
ttd. Young , not O Htreet.
Clason, rieloher A Co., 1120 O Htreet.
MocW New Bland, 118 Bouth 11th Htreet.
Casino Oliar more, Brace lilook, l&tti A O
Si to 84- Sllifs!
Ladies' Suits to Order
$3,50 to $0,50.
W. R. DENNIS S CO.
fjLaeal aad renaaai.
Wbltebmst Coal aid Lime Compaay.
K Barr, Jeweler, removed to 11330 street
Mann tc Hall's new pharmacy 1900 O street.
Mew location, L. Barr, Jeweler, 1133 O St.
llias C. J. Gullmette, modiste, Latta Block
OTer Miller & Falne. Take elevator.
a m . 1 1
K O Baking Powder, 25 ouncts 85 cents.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tried itt
CaH up phone 457 and order vour Sunday
oe cream of the new Bon Ton bakery.
Ml Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. 11th & Pits,
over Lincoln Havings bank, entrance on Pst
Mann & Hall's pharmacy makes a specialty
of prescription work. Call at 1300 O street.
The Wbitebreast Coal and Lime company
Is always at the front supplying the finest
rl.V.....v. V ,
Wild cherry wine Is the most popular sum
Bier drink1 tn Llnooln. x Ask for It. Made by
Llnooln Bottling Work. Telephone 441). , i
When you want first-class, pure and wbol-
soeie summer drinks for family use call up
telephoue448,tbe Uncoln Bottling Works.
Orders for piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, 808 south Eleventh street, will
receive prompt attention by 8. C. Quick.
It you want a Milt made to order at reas
onable price tea., the new fall and winter
atternsat W ana maker & Brown's tailoring
agency, Y.fM, O. A. building,
Coal of ereryaUve from the best mines
is Ohio, Keataeky, Uliaola, Mbsouri, Colora
do aad WjosauYg for sale by Geo. A. Ray
aw. Telephone 880. Office 1131 0 street.
If you will make it a point never to get a
picture framed until you have seen the Lin
colu Frame & Art Company's goods, you
will always get the latest style. Prices are
always the lowest.
K C Baking Powder, 35 ouces 35 cents.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tried it)
Why have your horses feet butchered, have
lame horse and nave them suffer! Take
tarn to Charlie Blaitery's new shop, 410
South Eleventh street, and such will never
''' Or. raruham Cures
" jfcwalc diseases. Consultation free Medi
4m famished at oafee. Ofloa hours 10 to 13
a.Rj.,3tefff. at., and 7 to9p.ro. Buuday
Corsets, Silk Mitts, Vx
and Gauze yl j
Underwear yy "
V V Styles
and Wash Goods on Sale
The beautiful home of Hon. T. II, I ten ton,
Seventeenth and Kstt eels, wn the scene of
a happy assembly of Joyous Juvenile
Wednesday afternoon. Tho occasion wn
the celebration of llttlo Hazel' sixth anni
versary of her birth, nnd a merry tlmolt was.
Tho iclou lawn whs covered with bright
youngster In gay attire, each llttlo fnci
beaming with Millies and happiness, and that
they enjoyed It there was no reason for
doubt. They played game of various kinds,
gambolled on tho green, ami assisted by nv
eral adults were kept busily engaged atsomo
sort of pastime from two until sis o'clock.
Those of the young folks who linil already
becomi) versed in Urn dance enjoyed that de
lightful exerclso, for tho day wns cool nnd
the conditions lipo for a pleasant time at
dancing, Shortly after flvo o'clock refresh
menu were anmunced and It I needle to
say that each ono entered Into this luiiort
ant feature with much Interest. Mrs. Hen
ton wns assisted by Mrs. F. W. Brown, Mr.
Myron Wheeler, Mrs. J. E. Hlggs, Mis
Oertiudo Altklti ntul Miss Maggjo Knglwh.
Little llarel may well fuel proud of her very
sucrcwtful celebration, its everyone enjoyed
the alTalr thoroughly, nnd are now wishing
that she would soon Invito them to another
party, Tho list of present comprliwd many
handsome and costly tokens.
Kol limlitK Is n list ol those prcuti Fny
Thompson, draco Hlowart, Maurice Bower
limn, MlKiionTrlckoy, Aleca llossulmMU,Jiilla
Dorvcsso, TocslTowuloy, llulh llryiiu, Killth
Foster, Marian Ogiled, Nolllu anil Jessie Now
mark, Helen ami Florence IIorks, Helen
VVaiiiih, Anulo Urlm, Lunette Keith, Krletla
HlllliiKSi Annie l,nurii Hparkcs, Karl Junks,
Mobile, Alii,; Irene Courtney, Cora derrick,
Pussy llurkltt, WHiun ami Anne Cnselwer,
Ola UooUull, Clara Mills, Ktln-I lilmiull, Nellie
Kitchen, (llnilys lloulotte, Kilnn -aulKlmry,
Alice llonton, Ituth Uoliuos, l,io and Myrllo
Meyer, Neva llllmur, lltilen Laws, Hlleuco
Htewnrt, Klvu Adams, Unilsa lliirnluim,
Ionise MoWhlnnlu, Mario TallMit, ilonU Oil
lllau, llnrrr Mnulo, Ilohcrt Warren, Wllliird
Mills, Walter lroy Davis, Halpli and Carl
Marley, Hinranl Ilrown, Wells Llppuucott.
Harry Mellck, Tom HIkks, Inuulo Hnulslmry,
Lawrence) TIpllnR, llrueo Carpunter, Ward
O'Neill, Lavator Thompson, Wllllo Hliiut,
Ilurhort llalrd, Harry Hnrgraves.
That Lincoln I coming to the front In
every pursuit that tends to make It metro
politan Is onco more manifested by the or
ganisation Monday evening of the Lincoln
Camera club, which was Instituted at HulT-
man & Co.'s store. Amateur photography
has taken liberal stildcti In tho past few
years and today It Is considered one of tho
most (Hipular accomplishment of modern
elite society, CIuIm havo Ihmmi formed by
tho score In all tho largo cltlo atul much
good ha tieon accomplished both a to enjoy
ment nnd Instructive ideas. Tho Indie and
gentleman who met Monday evening to or
ganize for mutual Interest In this popular
work are determined to make nil poulble
stride in photography, and therefore each
succeeding meeting will be more eujoynblo
than the last and tho material in the club is
such as will not permit tho Interest to lag,
for some of our most enthusiastic students
are found within lis ranks. The charter
members are Mvssr. C. A. Wickersham,
Prof. Marslln, Fred H. Kelloy, H. A. Hut ton,
W. B. Huffman, Mattson Baldwin, Dr. Bar
ker, Will Owen Jone, Frank Blish, Mr.
F. B. Kelley, Mr. H. A.-Hut ton, Mr. Frank
Btlsh, Mis Harriet Huffman and Mis Ague
Sewell. The club held It lint field meeting
yesterday at Lincoln park and a full attend
ance of the member was prenent together
with a number of interested friends. The
artist found many pretty laudrcaie subjects,
a well a scene enlivened by group of ani
mals, which Manager Hlckey bod especially
arranged for them to "shoot" at A number
of excellent negative were mode which will
tie developed and presented at the next meet
ing Monday evening for discussion. The
club is now open for membership and appli
cants will please band In their name to the
secretary. The olllcer are a follows:
President, O. A. Wickersham ,vlce-preklent
Fred B. Kelley; secretary, Mattson Baldwin;
treasurer, W. 8. Huffman.
What proved to be one of the most pleas
ant outdoor summer entertainments occurred
at Burlington beach Tuesday evening. It
was a beach party given by a selected num
ber of young folk, mostly member of the
Pleasant hour club. The affair was origin
ated and perfectly carried out by Mr. Oscar
Punke, and that It was an enjoyable, thor
oughly successful one there are dozens that
can now testify. The festivities commenced
with a delightful ride over the mlnaturo
briny sea, after which dancing was entered
Into with an interest similar to an occasion
when the thermometer goes to and below the
aero mark. The program were of minature
slae, just nice and convenient for vest pocket
use, the musio was excellent and every feat
ure tout tands to nuke an assembly of till
kind pleasant .was prjmptly at hand. The
party constated of Misses Latta, Shear, Car
son, Hall, Lilllbrldge, Rose Canon, Mar
quette, June, Theo Laws, Walsh, Anna
Funko, Hooper, Brock, Martha Funke, Haw
ley, Hill, Carola Hlll.Bu-en, English, Mul
len, Wilson, Marshal, Underwood, Florence
Ilrown, White, Hollowbush, Baird, Maud
Smith, Hoover, Loomis, Dement, Mae Burr,
Blount, Cowdery, Covert, Clark, Talbot and
Lelaud, Messrs. 0car Funkf,p..D. Mullen,
Fred Houtx, Frank Burr, Will Meyers,!
Walte, Smyser. C. O. Hawley, Will Clarke,
Walsh, Phil Wing, George Meluner, Dan
Wing, McArthur, W. A. Johnson, W. E.
Wesback, W. G. Clark, S. T. SUahu, Lw,
Hardy, Mohrenstecher, Polk, Charles Burr,
G.H.Gere, H. B. Hicks, Eiuest Funke,
Cbarle Hall, Eveits Bigger, Pitsbury, G.
ft. Covert, Marshall, Sbolei, Audriauo,
Harry Evan, Bunt Howie, Charles Clark,
Ed Keefer, Zeuruug, Howe, Doigan, Jean
Brown aud Market!,- Mr. and Ml, H. D.
Mulr, H. C. Young,, Mr. and Mr. J. A.
Uucksuff,' Mr. and Mrs. 'George Browu and
Mr, and, airs. u. i. urown.
A Vbry pleasant reception was given by the
Y. P. B. C. E. of Plymouth church Tuesday
evening in honor of some of the member
who are to leave the city. After enjoying a
delicious repat an Interesting program was
carried out, consisting of toast and responses,
muslo and singing. The first given was by
Mr. A. W. Lane, "Why Are We All Heie
Assembled f He said it was to relieve the
table of their heavy burdens aud slch. At
any rate the table were relieved and he did
hi share of the relieving. Mr. Harry Mar
ket! was called upou to respond to thi toast
and did so ill a very neat little speech. Mr.
Defies was th next speaker, tie said some
thing about missionaries going west to con
vert the heathen, aud he seemed to be per
fectly at home on thi subject. Mr. Allyn
entertained the company with a charming
little talk On "Harmony or Musio." Mis
Grace Thompson toasted the "Queen City of
Beau ice," aud did It with both credit to her
elf aud the city on Blue. Following this
Mrs. Dawe gave a brief but interesting
sketch of "The College Girl," which all, who
bad been there, knew how to appreciate.
The closing peech wo "When Shall We All
Meet Again," by Re v. Norman Plow, aud a
be did not kuow of course could not Inform
us He, too, bad helped to relieve the table
of their burdens, and ou th weight of thi
burden hi speech was short, shorter, short
sat, but did it up cleverly to close witn.
It ha lieen a long time since the musical
i people of tho city enjoyed n private recital
like unto tno ono which iook piauo vewn
day evening at III" bamlsoino and spacious
residence of Mr. nnd Mis. A. M. Davis on K
and Seventeenth street. The entertainment
was given by Mis Minnie Gnylord, a niece
of the affablo host and hostex, and that tho
young lady acquitted herself with credit no
ono that heard her clever renditions will
deny, It has been tevornl year since Mis
Gaylord apttenrrd before a Lincoln audience
and many wore nstoiilshed at the progress
made by her since taking Instruction at To
ronto. Her voice I clear and iweet, having
all the depth and compass so mcesHary to
rfect vocal work. As a musician of ability
Mis Gaylord will lie an Important addition
to Lincoln circle and her work will bo in de
mand. Mis Gaylord wai assisted by Mrs.P.
W. Plank, pianist; Mi. Will O. Jones, ac
companist; Mis Kill Btcen, elocutionist;
Messrs. II Curtis and A. G. Davl with
mandolins, ami L. T. Gaylord on the guitar.
The woodmon held their ntmunl outing In
Lincoln ark Thursday and it I a day that
will long be remembered by tho linmouso
gathering that assembled. Lodge from six
teen cities were represented nnd their pre
etico In the morning pnrmlo with a number
of brass band In gay nttlru made the m-eno
one of Interest nnd animation. Mayor Weir
welcomed tho hlg nsHnmbly, followed by Hon.
A. H. Talbot, Hon. W. A. Noithcutt, head
consul of Greenville, III., Hon. Thomns Dar
nell, Hon J. G, Johnson of l'enbody, Has.,
Hon. A. t W. Field nnd other. In
tho evening tho visitor attended a
reception given in their honor at
Burlington lieneh nnd tlib tliuo theiuafter
was oujoysbly spent In dancing on tho twivl
Hon, boating, bathing, uto. It was nil enjoy
nble nlTnlr throughout and was most cleverly
A iiuihUt of friends In response to nn In
vitation assembled nt the residence of Miss
Lou Hatch, 111 'J F street, Tuesday ovoulng to
meet Mis Irene Jauie of Hot Springs, Ark.
Thu chief nmuseuumt was high live, Charles
Slattery carrying off first prize, which win a
book, "Chips from Groat Authors," whllo
Elliott Cheney was awarded the booby prize,
it Mug a Tom Thumb dock of cards. At ten
thirty elegant refreshment were served, to
which tho following did ample justice: Misses
McClny, North, Taylor, Thompson, Ding,
MUs Jauie of Hot Spring, Lou and Emma
Hatch, Mesdame Ensign, Slattery and
Hatch, Messrs. Tan Smith, Jnko and Anther
North, Ed Blug, Charlie Taylor, Gejrgo
Hellley, Archie Ensign, Charles Slattery, El
liott Cheney, Joo and T. II. Hatch.
Lost season nt nearly all tho card parties
given In Lincoln tho score cards lined were'
furnished by Tiik Couuikh. .They wore or,
Iglnnl In design and, n everyone know,
were very popular. We have just produced
an entirely new pattern which, like It pre
decessor, I artistic in appearance, entirely
orlglunl and will prove oven more popular
than those heietof ore sold by us. There Is
twlco a much work on these card, but tho
prico will remain the same, viz. 15 cents per
dozen; with cord and tassel, 35 cent.
Tho Germaula-Manncrchor of Lincoln, as
sisted by their fellow society men of Omnha,
celebrated the sixteenth anniversary of tho
former order in the capital city at Cushinan
park last Sunday, It was a great day In
German social circles and the day was pleas
antly spent in dancing, listening to band
music, eating picnic lunches, etc. The Om
aha contingent numbering several hundred
returned in the evening.
The Nebraska lawn tennis association will
hold it fourth annual tournament for singles
In this city Tuesday, September tltb, 1803,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. continuing
until finished. The series will comprise men's
nnd ladles' single. The tennis courts aro be
ing placed In excellent condition and as the
tournament take place during the state fair
a large attendance 1 looked for.
Mr. C. J. Ernst and family returned Tues
day after a three mouths' tour of Europe.
Rev. Ludden -and .an .appointed committee
met the returning tourists at the depot aud
escorted them to the Luddou home, where a
large number of friend were on hand to re
ceive, surprise and welcome them. It wo a
happy home-oomlng and equally enjoyed by
Mr. Ode Rector has been "head over heels"
in it this week. Hi new pharmacy, comer
Twelfth and N street, will open Thursday
and will be a model establishment. Fixture
are all new, a large new soda fountain, and
everything In keeping therewith. Ode will
do a large and profitable business.
Mr. and Mr. T. H. Benton, Mr. and Mrs.
John McMaulgal and Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Cowdery returned Sunday from Lake Osa-
kis, Minn., where the party lias enjoyed the
Hue fishing and hunting of that seotiou for
the Dast few weeks. Mr. Benton returns
At Wednesday's election for six new mem
bar of the directory of the Y. M. C. A. the
following gentlemen were elected for a three
year term: M. U. Welch, W. M. Clark, J.
W. Winger, E. B. Loughridge, G. F. H.
Schwake and A. D. Ben way.
Rov. C. C. Lathy returned from Colorado
Spring Tuesday evening in answer to a tele
graph summoning him to conduct the ser
vlcvs.at the funeral of Dr. Joseph Imhofl.
He left again for Col6rado SprlugOVbdne
Hon. I. M. Raymond leave today for
New York and the seaside. He will return
in a few weeks accompanied by Mrs. Ray
mond aud family, who have been summering
on the Atlantio coast at Spring Lake, N. J.
Omaha Excelsior: Miss Jeanne Watson of
Lincoln was the guest this week of Mr. D.
Baum, Mis Waisou thinks of removing to
Omaha shortly aud opening a studio here for
liutiurtlou in Instrumental music,
Mist Agile McNuruy of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Misses Ida and 'Venule Dovey of Indian
apolis, Iud., accompanied by Otl and Jtie
Dovey of Chicago, Ills., are visiting their
sister, Mr. F. D. rainier, of this cliy.
Mr. Harry Dobbins, editor of the Kvtning
AVtcj, U no longer a grass widower. Mis.
Dobblas returned home Sunday from Wash
ugtou, Iowa, wuere she ha been visiting
Mr. and Mrs, Max Levy who have been
visiting their relative, Mr, M Aukermanu
at 1007 J stieet, returned Tuesday evening to
(had im -Ufllioti of Homt-40 Ytaxt tht Standvd.
A numlier of young folks are arranging
Pompeii parties. It I a good idea get up a
company of from four to twelve, take a box
and enjoy tho big spectacle with exclusive
Just at present I hero Is n steady stream of
Lincoln' wandering summer tourist return
ing nnd ere another fortnight nearly nil of
the pleaturo and sight seekers will be home
Sunday wa what might have been cn'.led
Pythian Sabbath In Lincoln, Judging from
the hundred of plumed knight that were
visible everywhere on the main thorough
Mr. II. M, Rice, after an nb-wnco of a year,
during most of which timo his whereabout
wa shrouded In mystery, returned to Lin
coln Monday from the Pacltlo coast.
Mis M.J. Lnngdon and Miss Nellie Kelloy
were among tho returning pilgrims this
week. They have visited in Helena, St, Paul
and other northwestern cities.
Mis Marie Marshall, after a summer'
visit nt Lake Chntnplnlgn, Vt., will return
home Wednesday and will Ito pleaved to see
her frleudi at 1314 U street.
Mlsse Autilo Blnuchnrd and Cora Hunt
completed their two week' visit with Mrs,
Chai les Foxworthy Monday and returned to
Omaha In the evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Kolin after a flvo weeks
summering In New York, tho sen shore ro
sort and other eastern and southern cities,
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. E. Hallett left Thursday evening for
Ottumwn, la., in answer to a telegram an
nouncing the serious lllijes of her mother,
Mrs. Hugh Brown.
The huiulay school children of tho Central
Christian church, accompanied by a number
of older bends, enjoyed nn outing nt Lincoln
Mrs. Simon Mayor cntertaliiod n number
of young ludles at her home in honor of Mis
Beatrice Roseulleld of Hastings Saturday
Mr. Heiiry Oliver, treasuier of the Lans
ing' theatre, accompanied by his family left
for Wkport, N. Y., to visit relative.
Miss May Shilling of Ogden, Utah, Is vis
iting Lincoln friuuds, a guest at tho home of
Alls Grace Cook in Knst Lincoln.
ltrlgadlei-Goneral W. L. Dayton attended
the Pythinu festivities nt Kansas City this
week, returning homo Wednesday.
Mr. C. 3. Clason of Clason, Fletcher Co.
is once more at this post after an extended
trip through Wyoming.
Mr. Max Westermatin ha returned to IiIb
tioat of duty at the state university after an
extended eastern tour.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Talbot of Fuller-
ton are guests under thu hospitable roof of
Hon A. R. Talbot.
Mrs, James Heaton Is visiting scenes of
her childhood days at tho old home, Craw
Mr. and. Mrs. L. Westermaiin are enter
taining their daughter, Mrs. C. E. Schroll,
of Decatur, III.
Mis. Richardson is entertaining her sister,
Mrs. J. C. Richardson, of Princeton, 111., at
An excursion train of seven coaches i ex
pected tomorrow at Burlington Beach from
Mis Vinuie lieach completed her three
week' outing in Colorado and is onco more
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mayer will arrive
home next week alter a three months tour of
Mrs. O. II. Imhoil and children 'are ex
pected home from the seashore early next
Miss Gertrude Waters left Tuesday for
Paris, III., to accept a posltiou in the public
Mr. Dr. Protzmann Is back again from
Ohio, where she visited friends and relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Ladd have returned
from au enjoyable trip to Hot Spring, S. D.
Miss Maud Stelnhart of Burlington visited
Mrs. L. M. Cohn a few days this week.
Mr. J. H. Blair is enjoying a well earned
rest and recreation at Georgetown, Col.
Mrs. Walter Hoge and daughter Miss Jes
sie are back from their Colorado visit.
Miss Grace Harding tof Nebraska City is
visiting Miss Laura Eosterday,"
MU Edua Bullock la visiting relatives and
friends in Albany, N. Y.
Mrs, Annie Dick left Monday for Dunkirk,
N. Y., for a brief visit.
Mr. A. R. Talbot has returned from Port
land and the northwest.
Hon. W. J. Bryan aud wife are visiting
fried lu PlatUmouth.
Mrs. Rachel Lloyd departed Moudiv for
Spring Uai den, Wis.
The State Journal entered it 33d year of
Dr. Farnham visited in Chicago a few
day tbl week.
.Mr. A. N..WycoiI ha returned from his
Mis Minnie Smith is visiting friends lu
The mystei lou advertisement on till age
entitled "Bon Marche" will doubtless leal
many to enquire "what is it, who is It and
where is It I" lu reply we might tuy that it
is within the bounds of the confidence re-
poed in us to state that It refers to nothing
that I good to eat, neither is it a roller skat
ing iluk, or the advertisement of u church
sociable, uor but there, now, we'll soon
give the secret away, so you will havo to
wait till next issue to learn more concerning
Hotallug, the O street grocer, having
bought the stock of groceries formerly owned
by H. it. Lohm at 18.17 O street, sajs he is
going to treat his ti ode a he always has
right, but the people must not expect silver
dollars for Wo uor twenty pounds of granu
lated lugar for fl, as he has no cheap stuff
to work off with such deals. Store is at 18.17
O, in charge of Floyd Hotallug.
Cash- is -
CHAS. A. BROAD'S
Great Department Store,
Strictly Cash. 1124 O Street.
Children's Caps In Tricot and Bedford
Cord, 39c cncli.
Straw Knox Sailors, 25 and 35c.
Corduroy and Plush Knox Sailors, $1.85.
All the new shapes In Black Straws for
Ladles, 45c and upwards,
E&rWntcli for our Fall Opening of new
These arc all Perfect,
One Price to AIL
143 S. 1 1th Street. Telephone 398.
has just received a lot of new
Habob Sweet Pickles, 25c qt.
Imported Chow Cbow, - 25c "
Sweet Blossom Peas, - - 25c can
Fancy Queen Olives, - - 40c qt
Fancy Small Olives, -20c "
H, Y. FqII Cream Cheese, - 20c lb,
Extra Fey Sliced Pineapples. 25c can
A FULL LINE OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
UTORDER EARLY. J, 7VUIL.L.BR.
HERE S A
We have just
either Ruled or Plain, ltli latest shape Envelopes,
Also 200 boxes of
in Plain or Ruled, with Envelopes same stle as LaBelle France Linen.
These are offered
Just Received a big consignment of Tin
Tea and Coffee Pots; we will save you
20 per cent on these gooxls ,
Handled Stew Pan with cover, 8c.
No. Waffle Iron, 45c. i
Large round Pancake Griddle, 45c.
Porcelain Lined Iron Kettles 2 qt. 25c;
4 qt. 35m 6 qt. 46c; 8qt. 59c.
nnd Not Seconds.
placed on sale a lot of
Comprising 300 Boxes of
I7ACII Box contains a full quire of Paper, and
the same number of Envelopes, and they are
jutt as good as what j ou usually pay 50 centsjfor. '
ThU Is a bargain worth looking into.
Courier Office, 1134 N St.
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