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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY OCTOBER i 1892
I Hpcclal Count Kit Correspondence.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept sM, tWW. Tho only thing
entirely now in tho city this week Is Candy,
en extravagant by Robert llreltenbnok,
music by Cnrl Josephs. Tlio author has
liown 110 little Ingenuity in lilting tlio tiny
Lilliputians, nml their success nt tlio Union
Square win vinplintltf. Interjected between
tlio second nnd tUlnl ncUof "June," nt tho
Standard on Monday, Mln littlu Collins
rang nnd ilaticed lior Tara-ra Doom do ay.
8I10 In more 11 pantomlmlst than a dancer, as
grotesque as a clown, as pliant as a contor
tionist, and as agile as nil ncrobnt. She has
more varieties of twlstlng,bindlng and turn
lug, more vagaries of gait of coquetry nnd
nlminlitlea tliati wan probably ever express
ed In ten minutes on tlio stage, nnd yet her
Hrforniancu Is free from vulgarity. It Is
Just fun gone mud with nothing Indecent or
unseemly to mar tho foolery. She Is neither
very young nor very handsome, but she Is a
very gient success. At tho Miner Fifth
Avenue Theatre, Mis I'miliue Hall began
this week a lull in l'urltanlii, which has tho
credit of 0110 hundred consecutive, perform
mice in Ho-ton. Tho clover llberotto Is by
Charles M. H. Mi'Lellan, who founded tho
lllnck Cat, and Is now tho editor of Town
Tonics, and tho music by Kdgnr 8. Kelley,
an earnest and ambitious student of music
An opera dealing with tho Salem witch -raft
ernlnpaitlcular, nnd tho Puritans In gen
crnl, Is not oxnctly a themo to go wildly
hilariously about, but ImHIi nuthor nnd com
poser have acquitted themselves fairly well,
and their work Is both scholarly and artistic.
Tho mounting of tho ojiern, allk') In scenery
and wnrdrolie, wns excellent. Mnrt Hanley
nlo thinw open IInrrlgan' Theatro on Mon
day, and Mr. Kdward Harrlgan levlvisl
Squatter Sovereignity, which has not Ih-cii
seen In Now York for twelve years. All tho
rollicking good humor was preserved, 1'iiddy
Duffy's Cart, Widow Nolan' Uoit, mid tho
McUiiIi-ch were tuiniiUlously encored. Dur
ing tho week that magnificent trickster,
Hermann, also opened his theatre, having
tho center of tho stage all to himself, and
although he did nothing new, ho did every
thing so artistic as to completely charm his
Patrick Sarsllold Gllmoro, America's
greatest band leader Is no more, tho an
nouncement of his demise which occurred at
St. Louis on Saturday evonlng was leeclved
throughout the country with mingled sor
row nod surprise. Mr. Qllmoro was tilling
nn engngemenct nt tho Ht. Ioui cxKsitinu
nnd wflh hts family wns stopping at the l.ln
dell hotel. Ho as selz".! with a violent at
tack of ci aniis about 3 o'clock a. in. Dr. II.
T. Toud was summoned and found his pa
tient to bo suffering from what appeared to
bo n very severe billions attack. Ho called
in for conference thieo other physicians.
Under their treatment Mr. Gllmoro rallied
nnd throughout the day appeared to bo im
proving. At 1 o'clock ho suffered n rclaso,
however, and the physicians gave up all
ho of his recovery. Ho sank lapldly and
ttfo priests were summoned to administer
the last sacrament. Shortly afterwards he
becamo unconscious, mid nt d-A't death enmo
to tho bufforc r's relief. The remains were
taken to New York Monday, accompanied
by his wifo and daughter Minnie, the only
immediate membeis of his family, who
were pi went lit the time of his death. Mr.
Gllmoro received notice Friday of his ap
pointment iih Director of Music at the
World's Fair. This excited him, and ns he
has formauy years been a sufferer from pal
pitation of the heait, caused a temporary
Patrick S. Gllmoro was born near Dublin,
Ireland, Dec. 28, 1820. He connected him
self with military bauds at the age of 15,
uud, after having been In command of an
Kngllsh baud, wont to Salem, Mass., where
he led a brass band. After this ho went to
lloston where tiooigauized"Gilmore'ti Hand,"
with which ho made extensive tours. In IbOl
lie accompanied the Twenty-fourth Massa
chusetts Regiment to tho field and in ISftl
was placed in churge of all tho bauds In tho
Department of Louisiana by Gen. Hunks.
Ho organized monster concerts in this coun
try anil was the projector of tho great "Place
Jubilees" held tu Uoston in ISO'.) and 1872. In
1878 ho mndo nu Kuroican tour with his
band. Ho Is now band-muster of the Twenty
second Iteglmeut of New York. Ho has
composed muuy marches and songs.
terest In tho production. It Is full of Irish
sentiment, wit and good humor, mid the cast'
contain several very a ceptablo characters,
Mr. Sullivan's rolo of Carroll Daly wns a
masterly piece of work and the Wlnul j Dils
Mill of Miss Jessie West wa likewise well re
ceived. Th4vlllalny of the play was Incap
able hands. Messrs. I-M W eldemnu ns Itus
sell Knvaiinugh and Tony Sullivan ns Itev,
lthody showed thomstlves to bo well up In
this kind of business, Tluro were a uuiiber
of pretty songs and dance tlint U the Irish
heart mint have been decidedly plcastnt and
ns a whole It was one of tho best Irish dra
ma seen here in a long time.
Tlio corillallty of his reception in the Lan
sing Monday evening must have been very
gratifying to Alexander Salv'ni, an ambi
tious actor who no longer need bo descrilied
ns the sou of his father. His appearance in
Don Cn-sar Do Huzan shows conclusively that
he is entitled to distinction on his own ac
count, and It l ellects great credit on the name
which Toinaso Salvlnl made famous. In
other words the jounger Sulvlnl has Inherit
ed not a little of Ills father's talents, while
tho voices and benriiig of (ho two geuthmiuii
are similar, but Alexander attempts no slav
ish imitation of his parent's methods. Tho
roleof the criHtlc, impulsive Don Cii-sur is
admirably suited toyouugSalvlm'sstyle, and
it would Ik hard to tell whether he is more
at home in the romantlo or tho comedy phas
es ef the character. This hero mint tie play
ed with a dashing air, a dramatic effect, mid,
nt tho same time, with a keen sense of hu
mora combination that nut every actor
could successfully bring out. It is in repre
senting the homowhut paradoxical attributes
of tho nobleman's nature (pttrudoxlcul at least
from the ordinary ttugo standolut, which
makes the hero of a romance a tolerably ser
iouseisonuge) that Sal viul is so conspicu
ously good, The sheer recklessness of the
Counts behavior In tho prison scene was
nicely depleted, and there was little about It
to suggest tho force and earuoituess that the
star subsequently Imparted to his acting
where Don Ciuvir meets his wife In thb castle
near Araujuez. Hero tho swagger and care
lessness of the early scenes was forgotten,
and tho graver side of his (lisp isltlou had
striking illustration. In all that, ho did Sul
vlnl displayed tho right artistic teuiHrnment,
a thorough understanding of the put, and a
happy faculty of holding the Interest of tho
Tho Maritiiuu wns Miss Judith Heralde, a
very capable actress who bus been seen in
Lincoln before, and it is almost supeillunii
to say that she pioved pleasing as well as ml
inlrably adeqiritu. Mlrf Maud Dixon, who
was originally cast for thu rolo, iiiihIj a fav
orablo impression as Iiznrillo, the appren
tice; tVlllliuu Hisluiuud was very effective as
King Charles and acted Don Jose discern
ingly. The remainder of the company was
satisfactory aid up to a high standard or ex
"Leaves of Shamrock," a pretty Irish dra
ma by tho J. P. Sullivan coinpuiij , contain
ing lots of specialties and some- ulovtn' acting,
was the only attraction this week at tlio
Fuukii and proved a drawing card or strong
character. A good sized audience was pies
t'llt and fiiqlleut applauses showed their III
Manager Church has recently made n
change In ushers nt the Lansing and ouethnt
Is Iwlng received by nil patr us of the house
with no little pleasure and satisfaction. The
now regime Is under the Undersh lp of Mr.
Hert Chauey, a x)llto and com Icons young
man who Is well and favorably known to
nearly nil theatre goers. His assistants mo
likewise nit geutlomanly and the duties of
seating tho public are conducted In a quiet
and pleasant manner. Mr. Chauey Is assist
ed on thollrstllonrhy Hay Lleso, Fred Whitu,
Frank ('owdery, Kd Sleggle, Fled Wood
ward, Otto VVhitmnli and Hert Davis. 'I ho
balcony I In charge of Frond Woodwind,
licit Chlpmau, George Nightingale, Wlh
lvliunit'ier and Foster lleach.
The ossllled mini is dead.
Hoth theatres will be dark tonight.
John Drew made his stellar debut In Mil
waukee, Sept. Hah.
Kdward II. Davis, press uncut fur Huimim
& Unity's Clicus isdoid.
May Howard has returned to burlesque
and heads her own company again,
Geoigo Washington Orrln, or Oirln
Hiotheis clicus, died In London lust week,
So fur isl'attl fiom resigning, that situ has
signed for a tour of VI, at INJO per concei t.
Lottn was taken sick this week nt Pitts
burgh nnd may have to cancel dates lor
tin ce wo?k,
The Masked Hall, with Charles Frohm ill's
Aiueriuiii pliyeis, has made a big hit In
Niobo was put on at at the IIujil in Umaha
the llrst three nights of this wvek. It's not
w hat it's cracked up to bu.
Manager Martllug of the Fuuke returned
from Atchison Monday where no visited witu
his family tor soveuil days.
Lincoln will Iw well supplied witu amuse
ments next week with four peifoiiiiaiicos at
the Lansing and live at Fuuke's.
Fied Paulding joined the Thos, W. Keeuo
Co. this week in Cincinnati, wliero u gloat
CM.VIIIU PllSllllllUII , KICII Ul I.UIIIS -1.
Hurry Irvum's orchestra Is gaining in pop
ularity every day. Ho Is u Hue lender and
adds much strength tu Lincoln's musical eli
Laugtry and her now play The Queen of
Mauoa, have boon roasted ly the ciuics who
call both, a triumph of millinery and dia
monds. Fied L. Power Is playing tho leading roles
in the Margaret Mather Co. owing to tlio ill
ness or tho leading man, Mr. Lawreucu
Cuutly, w ho tuts resigned.
Hoy I'm new pluy, A Temperance Town has
broken all recoils of the Chicago Giuud
Opera House by playing to l,bOI, Sept. l&tli
and turning hundreds away.
New York, this week has twenty-seven of
its big theaters opened, not counting the
four used for variety nor tho live museums
where performances are given.
Tho title of tho new play in which Alexan
der Sulvlnl will lie seen la the spring, is The
Heir of Gruiimiont, and not Francis II, as
has bicu stated, it is a romantlo pluy of the
10th Century, the scenes being laid in
France. The piece was written by Pniil
Kester under Mr, Salvlnl's suiervlson. Mr.
KoMer is a very young man und travels with
Mr. Salvlnl on his tour.
It. D. McLean, has married Mario Prescott,
Richard Munslield, has married Ileittilce
Cameron mid Henjamln Tuthlll married
Sylvia Thori'.o. Miss Prescott was boiiio
tnno since divorced from Mr. Perzel, once a
wiuemei chant, Heutrlco Cameron from Mr.
Phoebus, u newspaper man. ami Tuthlll from
Little Ida Mullo. Mr. McLean, whoso name
is Shepherd from Shepiierdtown, Va., has
been married before, so lias Miss Thome
and the only one of the lot who has had no
previous exjierlenco In tlw matrimonial lino
is Mr. Munslield who registers himsi-ir as
of New York uud Loudon.
The scenic effects of "The Ensign," the
new musical drama by Win. Hanorth. are
said to boon a scale similar to tho greutspec
tnculur shows. There are live great oi igiual
scenes. Olio stage picture, painted by John
X. Young of the Hroudwuy theatre, New
Voik, shows tho interior of a mail of-war at
sea. The details of this scene are fiom pho
tographs and color studies made on board a
U. S. man-of-war lying at the Brooklyn
yards. It Is ono of the most owerful crea
tions ever put on tho stage. "The Kusigii"
will le given at tho Lansing theatro October
of the most famous novels over written, Tho
charming story is portrayed in a most pic
turc-que manner without a lino of dlnlouge,
pantomime being the exclusive vehicle of ex
pirssloti. The continuous orchestral music,
varying with the theme and always subdued,
lends an unconscious ryuitli to tho steps and
gestutesof the no tors, There Is ampin scope
fin- the display of dramatio ability, and
though solely reliant on facial expression,
gestures and postuirs, every shadoof feel
ing may ho portrayed by the characteisas
vividly ns though their tongues were iiot
silent. That it is n great modern success was
recently attested at like Chnutntlipia and
has elsewlu'iit been lauded with unstinted
praise. As the time glows near, we will have
more to say of this lunmmoth eutei talumeiit
and Its great undertaking by the ladles of
TIIK MKIIUY HUl'CKMS, "JANK."
The patrons of tho Lansing thoitro will
have a treat next week, as Manager Chinch
will fferas theattiactiou Charles Fiotimau's
In lllliiut company, Monday iiviung, in the
Kngllsh comedy, June, the pheiiomeunl suc
cess of two hemispheres, having run IIHI
nights in Loudon ami four months in the
Mnillsrm square theatre, New York city.
Seerat comedies have been taken from the
same source a Jane, but It Is said untie iff
them equal it III tho hrllliuncy or its dialogue
or the briskness of Its action. Clini les Slink
letou, a omig hiichclorof piodlgal wnysand
limuodciato habits, has been left a properly
by an elderly mint tioii tne condition that
he linn i y. In order to deceive the trustee of
the estute, a gentleman named Keishaw,
Shnklelon wiltes that he is man led, and up
on this deception secures enough money to
pay his debts, hut his rccklcsi living soon
leads to other extravagances and Kershaw
determines to pay the young man n visit to
see what use Is being made of the money.
Shiikletou, not bravo enough to assume en
tire responsibility, writes that it is his wife
who li dissipating the family fortune In so
lively a milliner. Upon receiving wont of
Kershaw's iutct.ilcd visit ho is In a quiiudry.
mm Wm mm
Kr b 1 Km i II
Mr. J, H. Carter, who for a number of
year hns been engaged In the drug business
In Lit. coin, will oiH'ii tho new Lansing phar
macy In the corner store I oom of the loosing
theatre building In a few days. It is tho in
tentlon of Mr. Carter to open a model drug
store, elegantly llttisl up and fully oqulpl
with a complete lino of fresh drug and dru
glsta sundries of evel y ilescrlptlon. Tho now
l.nnsirg phnruinuy will U very handsomely
decorated In white and gold, with the latest
style of llxtures. A haudsomo now Tuft's so
dn fouutaiu will I i plncisl In Mltlon, This
fountain will ho u decided novelty In Lincoln,
Mug not only very elegant but tho only ono
mamifactuiisl of Namar marhlo In town.
Mr. Carter informs the represent itlves of
tho Couiiikh that the piillo are cordially In
vited to visit the new Ionising pliniinainty
where nil gmidslti thedriigliuemay be found
that are cm i list In stock by llrst class houses,
Thocaieful coniHiundliig of proscription
will be made n sHvlulty and none but the
best drugs used. The How Lansing phar
macy will lioopju day anil night.
Alillirltlils Iteinovim to O .Street,
ladles or Lincoln who U'lleve that all llrst
class business houses should 1st located on ()
troot will Ihi pleastsl to learn that ore anoth
er week tolls hv the well known and Justly
popular ladies furnishers, Messrs. J, II, Mail
lltiusifc Co, will Im In their beautiful now
quarters now being vacated by Gem go W.
Fisher, Huffman & Co.'s successor. In their
now location this linn will strive to excel
their past excellent record by keepl.ig even a
larger and tliu-r line or ladles' furnishings
than heretofore. Hefore Mamltius ,"k Co,
locntcd In Lincoln ladle hud good cause to
complain nt the facilities afforded nt ho. in
to secure ih sit able article-, hut since that ad
vent thing have changed. Now this llrm
enjoy r a large patronage, not. only in Lin
colli hut throughout the state as well, and Is
iccognled everywhere as the only plai'n In
this H'ctlon of the country where so Hue a
line of Indies haberdashery, fancy goods and
line gai incut are to bo found. Tuo new In
cation, 14KHI street, will therefore make
this Mipiiliir house all the more prominent.
TIIK .NKW UIHIKWOOI) KOI.KH.
On Friday Mr. Alba
Hey wood and tilsextvl
lent company will hegln
n two nights' engage
ment at the Fuuke, also
uivlutr a grand matinee
Satin day. In New
Kdgewood Folks, Mr.
Hey wood has an excel
lent opportunity to give
his tine impersonations
and in this line he has
few, If uiiv, rquals.
SH-ikiiig ot his mcce-s
tho St. Joseph Herald
The work or this excellent comedian at
Tootle's Inst night was a Mining surprise to
the audience which had bruvot tho iucleiu
ent weather to se-j what the newcomer could
do, In iiltMilute fairness It mint be said that
je cujiturcd every ono present within a very
few minutes after ho made his llrst upicur
auce. Mr. I ley wood Is an iuiersoiiator anil
is of tlio school which Sol Smith itutscl made
famous. In his best tUys Hiissclt never ex
colled Hcywood, In fact when ho made his
llrtt upcai aureus "Silly Hilly" many in the
audience recalled tho days of tint old Herger
Family, Mr. I ley wood and his excelled
company will never fail to meet with ft
hearty reception in St. Joseph,
HI'KCTACiri.All OK IIKN-llflt
What will doubtless he a most attractive
enteitainmeiit oralis at the new Lansing
theatre November inili, continuing for lour
nights and n uiatinee, tlm invasion heliig a
grand sHctacular production of llen-lliir,
under the auspices of the local Women's
t'hilstlan association and diicctcd by Messrs,
Clink & Cox, of Hoiton, usilstcd by I.MIof
our popular and most prominent people. In
pivpuiing their Spectacular Kcii-llui
Missis. Cluk&Cox have eiidenvoreil to
give adequate expre-tlou uu the stage to one ,
What seemeil a neat way oi umiiIiii the dlf
llculty now becomes iinpleasaiitly serious and
a wire for the occasion must bo provided.
Ill Slutkleton's employ are two seivauts,
William ami Jane, nnd upon tho very morn
ing of Kershaw's visit this young couple take
it iioti themselves to get married clades
tlnely. William enjoys his master's coull
deuce to it considerable extent, nnd resolving
to do a good turn ho starts out to Hud u tem
porary wifo for Shakletoii, who, not nlitlcl
patlnu William's friendly Interest, starts out
to look font wifo upon his own hook and
lights uK)ii Jnuo. At llrst Jane indignantly
refuses, and then, Isdng a shrewd young wo
man with nu eyo to business, consents with
out llrst consulting her husband. William's
woman and Juno upear upon tho scene at
the sumo time, much to Mr. Keishaw's as
tonishment and every one's iliscomllture.
From this situation ft iiiiiiiImt of interesting
complications are woven, and the comedy
action fiom this point on is refreshingly
breezy and uustllted. Mr. Frohmau's com
pauy is remarkable for its collective ami In
dividual strength. "Chums," a comedietta
in one act, will precede "Jnuo" as n curtain
raiser. Tlio scut sale Is now In progress.
TIIK IIAHVKST MOON.
Ouoof the undisputed successes of tho season
Is it grand production of a new play entitled
thu "Harvest Moon" which Is said to lw,'by
those who have seen It in tho eastern cities,
ono of the Huest stage presentations of the
day. It Is a piece thut abounds In human
sympathies, and made up of a series of inci
dents and climaxes that held tho attention of
the audiences fast during the entile evening.
The comedy parts are in capable hands uud
uro well Interwoven. It is a great play, with
n great cast and Is making its way into topu
larity with each successive engagement. It
Is therefore pleasing to our theutre-goliig
people to lent n thut, eiirouU to California
from New Yoik, the company will stop off
for one night, next Friday, to givo one per
formance nt the New Ionising. The sale of
seats o jens Thursday morning.
Till: IIUKK OPKIU COMPANV
is this setisuu practically the only lepeitmre
company on tlio road; and Is certainly the
only one presenting a high class of (cia,
It bus been gotten together by Mr. Duff for
this special purpose, and from the mimes of
the piiuclpals, without doubt, more justice
would lie lioiie to the works then undei taken.
The opeias ho Is presenting this season uro
A tilp to Africa, Gondolicri, Cavalleilu Hus
tlciinuu and Trial by Jury. All lompura
lively new und nil musically very superior
t the ordinary run of comic iqierns of today.
The I'll in :i Djiiiiii of the company is Miss
Helen Hei tram, who Mted Lincoln some
time ago with ihe Coureid company in
King's Fool, has successfully snug with Mr.
Dull' tho Inst two seasons, Tho celebrated
CliMs.Hutsett bus been especially engaged for
the lending loles. Olhir impoiliiut mentis.'! s
or the complin) lire J. II. Hyley, comedian;
King Moigaii and M. Abliey, tenets; Win.
Hamilton, Win. Schuster, bassos; John J.
ltaffuel nu! J. C. Fay, bantotifs; llelei Von
i Doctiliotr, contralto; Villa Knox and Minnie
I Do Hue, siiiMifo-; Drew Doiinlihou mid
' Annie Cuineion. mezzo stipri'iot
The onei a to lie presented here Is A Ti lp to
I Afl lea, which will ho seen at the Ionising,
I 'I hill winy evening. The compiny numbers
sixty people in all nil I is fully equipped for
pei feet representation of this hemitltul
operu. The staging anil costuming will
I ben special feutllie, and to lovers of gisid
music a lino oieruilc tient is momlscd
Seats will go on sale Tuesday inuiiillig.
Ureal Mini llli-e Sate uf lllitiuoiiils, Kte.
Kiigeuo llnllett lliailguratisl another great
miction sulo ut his juweiry store, ll! North
Fleventh stieet, Thursihiy, when Mr. It. J.
Hiirroughs, one of the most gentlemanly of
auctioneers, mounUsI tho stand ami pro
claimed the sulo open for au Itidelliilto mi
rlisl. Mr. Hiirroughs statist that everything
iilTered would lie guaiiillteisl fully m repio
scntcd, mid that any und every ileoo of goods
was for sale ami would bo put up on request
or any one In tlio aiidlcuc.). Tho sulo started
out well and many Hun bargains wore secured
nt exceedingly low Hgures, Mr. Ilnllcttstood
by but made no reiuoiisitnnco. Tlio gixsl
tiro ndvettlsed fur sale at auction unit at auc
tion prices they will Is) sold, All kinds of
goods uro Is'lng put up ami everythluf In tho
lino of diamonds, watches, clocks, silver
ware, jewelry, gold headed canes, opera
glasses, etc., wero liberally dispensed with.
Tho snlo continues hide Ihiltcly every after
noon and evening, ami as Mr. Hallett's sr
soniil guarantee is given on every purchase,
buyers may continue to hid on goisls that uro
fully up to tho standard of representation.
Afternoon sales uro preferable for ladles,
when sjH-clal provision is made for thelrcom
rort. When Winter Time C'niiiei,
it Itehooves ono ami all to make ready for
tho frost king. Why wait until too late and
got up some morning to Hud tlio ground cov
er is 1 with snow and you without suitable
raiment for the uiioxH'Ctcd occasion. This
thing of putting off getting winter supplies
until winter arrives is uoiiHeiislcal and iiureas
oiinhle. There lire numerous reasons why
you siiould buy early. One is that you get
tho choice of an uubrukcu stock; second, the
goods are fresli and stylish, nnd lastly but by
no moans least, it don't cost any more to got
a month's earlier wear out of the goods than
to wait until later Iiuie Meyer A: Co. have
just opened their now fall ami winter Invoices
and are prepared to servo a mammoth
trudo Last fall Mr. Meyer was couiK)lled to
revisit the market early In the fall to replen
ish his stock, which after the llrst cold snap
went with a rush. This xensnu ho profited
by his shortage. Ho had several chances
while east to purchase bargain by closing
out entire lines and thereby getting thu ex
clusive designs ami styles In certain goods.
Tho result is that tho (Inn had to have more
room and they now have the extra stock In
additional space that has been provided f li
lt. In lino di ess goods, lieuiitiful trimmings,
etc., no firm III Lincoln excels Louie Meyer
As Co, ami the ladles are Is-glnnlng to recog
iilzo this fact more universally every day.
No fancy ii Ices are charged. Kxtelisesuio
low uud piollts are accordingly su alter than
fill conietition. Ladles should call and see
tho new goisls.
Miss Alice Isuucs of Omaha has just re
turned from New York after a seven weeks
purchasing visit. Her store at Omiihn, !i07
South Sixteenth stieet, contains nil the Infest
novelties in pattern hoimcls which uro being
offered at lowest prices with a guarantee that
every hut Is theconect style.
Miss Alice Isuucs will not visit Lincoln this
full but invites the ladles to cell nt her ele
gant i.tore, .')7 South Sixteenth street, Oma
ha, to se her beautiful now lino of fall nnd
winter effects In Hue millinery.
Miss Alice lsaiics, theO.unha milliner, who
has a largo uumlier of patrons In I.lneloii,
desires to announce that owing to a rush of
business at Hie stole she will he unable to
visit this city, but invites Lincoln ladles to
visit her store and see tho most elegnut Hue
of lino patt'Tii hats and fall millinery ever
brought to the west. Prices are exceedingly
low and sty les guaranteed correct up to date.
Wo wont many more looms for
teacher' nnd students, Uith furnisliisl uud
unfurnished mums mid homes; we will want
them Septcmlicr 12, 1SV2, cull at once ut the
oIHcj of the Western Norurtl College, looms
Hit and 112 Hr.ico liulldlin,', mid give Iik-u-t
ion of hou.es nnd looms, mid prices u-liid
for same. U-l-tf.
Ginger ale, tluct now- before the puli'ic, Is
U'linj servtd to families hy the Lincoln Hot
ling U'oihs. Call up telephone 41'land order
a case It's cheap uud very iiuti itiou.
Absolutely Pure JuaTlttylT.
Clothing - House
All Fresh, Mew Goods - Mot an Old Garment In the Store.
1136 O STREET.
October 3d, 4th, 5th
The largest nnd best line ever shown In
1 he west.
Fui anil Fur Cinrmcnts retailed nt whole.
s.ilc prices on above ilntcs,
A prncllcnl Furrier will he in attendance.
A coidlnl Invitation Is extended to nil In
'j'ftt Inspect the line of goods,
I'llWT 11 T O
vv . is . uennis5Lx.
Hatters and Furriers,
J lOT O STREET,
Is better limn steam or lint wnlcr, nnd less expensive tlinu n hot nlr ftirnncc.
Our system of Introducing Pure Air to your home Is the best In the world.
Nothing like it In Aineticn. We guarantee satisfaction Call nnd see the
New Heaters. Also send for your Kitchen Utensils. Wc nre adding fresh
goods every dny.
H. J. H 7SLJL St BRO.
130S O STRE6T.
After twenty years of active experience In tle
manufacture of all kinds of Fur Goods, eltfht cars
of which was In Paris, latter in New York, ami
lastly In Omaha, I beg to announce to the cltlrens
of Lincoln that I opened a complete nnd pcrm.v
ucnt stock of Furs and Fur Goods
Tuesday, Sept. 20th,
In the west store room of the new Y. M. C. A.
building, corner 13th nnd N Sts. All kinds oi re
paring neatly done, and satisfaction guarantet J,
Y. M. C. A- Uldg.
PULL SET OE TEETH $5,
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
NO CHLOROFORM I NO ETHER! NO GAS!
All Filling at Lowest Rates.
Dr. H. K. KBRMAN,
Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Bile.
G. A. RAYMER &CO.
rrjAtUCJ . CO. KAfiJAJ CITV.MO
BEST GRADE- OF HAKD COAL.
( Telephone 390. Office 1 134 O Strttt.
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