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CAPITAL CITY COURIER , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1892
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000.
0rnr I Oth and P Streets.
onrry a larRO lino of Woolrn
nml UlimiRFHliln Mlks, Hosiery, Corsets,
Underwear, dimes, Hutlnii.
Agents for Dutterick's Patterns
The Couuikii will not U nsoiiihui (or
any debt made hy any mm in it name, uu-
a written order neeoiniKinle tho same,
Semi Annual Display of
PATTERN HATS AND
-AT Til K-
Ncxt Wednesday, Thursday mid Fildny,
September not, aJijd mid 33.
You are Invllcd to call.
Tim Courier !hii lie F011111I At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htinul.
W Imino r Hotel Now Htniul.
Capital Hotel Nown Htnml.
Itetl Dmlo Clear Wore, llCUO Htrcot
Kd. Younic. 1207 O Hlrcct.
Clason, Klolohnr A Co.. MSI) O Htrcnt.
Moore' Now Htnml. IM foulh lltli Htrrct.
Casino Uigur More, llrnco lllook, 15th A O
Tlic ImpploUnnd most blissful uvwiit of tho
weekoeeuindnt tint nemo of Mr. Kiirliel
Dmiirnw, I.MI lliliwl, Wednesday evening
nt which Hum Mr Kliinr K. Hlovcnson mid
Miss Kate K. Itommw worn milted In tint
holy huniNnf wedlock. As the hour or nine
nppioarlied (lie arlor wern llllttt with rela
tive mid Intimate friends of tho contracting
parties. At cxnctly nine to tho stuilli of the
wedding march played hy Mis Mellek, the
bildo In 11 coslunm of crystal silk, en trnhio
descended tho stalls on the iiriiinr the woithy
(loom who win nmiyixl In conventional
hi 11 ok. They weio met nt tho
f(mi of tho stairway hy llnv. (). A. William
of tlm Flint Baptist church who conducted
them tnllm pallor where mold llowrr mil
friends he mnde thi'in mini mid wife with nil
nipioslv.i hut simple ceremony. Ileorty
cniigiutuliitlons wom offered, nflcr which n
wedding mipHT was served. Tho happy
couple ill mice repaired to tliolr lio nu, I I'M
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
luteal and Personal.
Wbltebrnut Col and Lime Compnny.
Ik Barr, jeweler, removed to It 3.10 street
Mann & Hall' new pharmacy 1800 O street.
New location, L. Barr, Jeweler, HKl O at.
Drew good at Winger & Co.' very cheap
David P. Slut, dentist, rooms 43 and 43
Dr. Ruth M. Wood, Brace building, rooms
410. 4U and 413. D-lO-ft
Rector' new pharmacy, corner Twelfth
and N it recti.
Mra.8. F. Ryan, fashionable dress making,
room 78 Burr block.
Coal and Lime
at the Whltebreast
Mrs. Kate B. Cheney, teacher of singing,
room SOS, Brace block.
Sampson Bisters, artlstlo dross-making,
1123 N street, over Dorsey'.
K C Baking Powder, SS ounces for 25 cents.
Absolutely Pure, Have you tried HI
"Getty's" flue confections, fresh every day
at the Nutshell, Lansing theatre building.
Misses Bogg & Caffyn, drew making par
lore. Fine stamping. 1H11M St., 'phone 611).
Mis Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. 11th & Pat,
over Lincoln Savings bank, entrance on Pit,
The Whltebreast Coal and Lime company
la always at the front supplying the fluost
grade of all kind of coal
It I a noticeable fact thai Cook-Bailey
Grocery Co. Is dally becoming headquarters
for tine teas, coffees and spices.
Mis C.J. Guilmette, modiste, Brownell
Block, over Miller & Paine. Comploto lino of
dm trimmings and linings. Take elevator.
When you haven prescription to fill and
want greatest care and accuracy exercised in
compounding, take It to Hector's new phnr
mary, comer Twelfth and N street.
Coal of ereryslta from the best minus
in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Co'oru
do and Wyoming for sale by Geo, A. liny
mer. Telephone !W0. Olllce 1134 O street.
It you will make It a point never to got a
picture framed until jou have seen the Lin
coin Frame & Art Company's goods, you
will always get the latest styles. Prlcei are
always the lowest,
Why have your horse feet butchered, have
ame horse and have them sufferl Take
them to Charlie Slattery' uew shop, 410
South Eleventh street, and such will never
be the case.
Chas. 81att.-ry, professional horseshoer and
farrier. Disease of the feet treated by the
latest scientific modes. Horses called for auil
returned. New shop 4IU South Eleventh
street, between K andL.
Nothing so nice for table use as uiinera
water. Cook-Bailey Grocery Co. have a
largo line of the most nourishing goods, In
cluding the genuine Imported Pollinaris Re
gent Boring from Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
uipoited Ginger Ale, et
street, which hit been so splendidly titled up
with it view to their every comfort mid
pleasure. They weio handsomely remember
ed by their frlon li, tho prmeuti being such
111 will not only IwiHcfiil but orumnuiitnl in
their new houm. Among Him guests from
abroad wrin Mrs. August Richmond, How
md, Miss Hnttie Jean Drew, l-ri Mnr, lown;
mid Mr. Piitiimn, I .end City, Houlli Dakota.
Mr. SluvriiMin Is well 11ml favorably known
In tho city, hiivlng been city tieasurcr tor
several years. Hy Ins manly unit com icons
heating liu I1111 won tho rospeut nnd enteeiu
nf n host of peoplo not only In tills oily
but all over tho stutn. Tlm brldu has llviwl
In Lincoln fo. 11 number of years, and Is 11
young Inndy of culture and lellneinent, pon.
ses-lng every grnoo to 111 iko it hniiiu cheer
ful and uttmctlve.
Mis. C. K. Yates. iiHslstisi by .1.0. Phllllpiw
of Uiunliii, guvo an unlipiu party yesteiday
nflernoon to 11 number of lady friends. On
vntm lug tho parlor each gueitt was given a
enrdon which wns printed "A reiniy ior
your Thoughts," and to this emd wns attach.
m) a penny and u ik-iicIi KxiiiiiIiio the penny
minutely and onellndstliu answer to the ques
tions, some of which are, tho iinuiu or a trull
the date; it plaoo of worship the temple',
a part of a hill tlm brow; a iuei.onger-nnc
s(c)eilt; the n.iine of nil animal it hum. Tho
lady answering tlm greatest iitimlier nf ipms
tlous iwcIvmI 11 pr r.a. Mis. Ynti s' 11 edit as
11 hostess needs 110 comment, as her ability to
entertain guests Is thoroughly known among
Borosls held their llrst meeting to re-or
gaulro for thu season at tho residence of Mrs.
W. Q. Bell Monday afternoon. Several now
members were elected and tho gelieinl wot k
for thu year wns arranged. Tho plan of
work Is much tho snuio its Inst year. Tlmy
will meet unco In two weeks, mid 0110 mem -ber,
acting its leader, will dovoto tho time to
the discussion of somo live topic ot her own
selection. Tlm leaders nro chosen nlphnbet
ically and tho work is arranged three
mouths In advance. Thu ardor and enthu
siasm ot the old ns well ns tho new members
given promise of a years work which will tie
notoulv a nleasure but also it bouotlc. Tho
next meeting will lie held October 17th nt
tho homo ot Mrs. A. J. Hawvor. at which
lime sho will dls:uss the silver question.
Mr and Mrs. Thacker and daughter, Myr
tle, who have lieeu visiting their relatives,
Mr. auil Mrs. Milton Scott, left Wednesday
for a visit of several weeks in Denver after
which they will ho back lu Lincoln. Mr.
and Mrs. V. A. Montgomery rf New Lex
ington, O., who huvu also been visiting them,
left Friday in compnny with Mr, nnd Mrs.
Scott for several days in Hot Springs, S, I).
Mr. Julius Spier ot Chicago, formerly o f
Washington, Kans., has purchased the Nes
bit stock of IkmU nnd shoe. Mr. Spier is a
man of menus, having several other stores
throughout the west. Ho has decided to lo
cate In Lincoln and will occupy 0110 ot tho
uew residences comer Seventeenth and K
streets, his family having already arrived In
The ladle ot tho First Baptist 0 hurch ten
dered a reception to tho students of the var
ious colleges Tuesday evening at the resi
dence ot Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Williams,
Over a hundred guests were present. With
inuslo ami conversation the evening passed
vory quickly. Refreshment were served
during the evening and a pleasant time had
Dr. and Mr. C. F. Ladd entertained a plea
ant theatre party at the Liming Monday
evening on which occasion "Jane" by Froh
man's company waa presented. The party
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. J, A. iltickstaff,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Groeno, Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Heeson, Mrs. Frank L. Sheldon and Miss
M. Olive Latta.
Ladles will be Interested In tho now adver
tisement shown today on page four by Illoch
& Holm, the progressive dry goods mer
chants. Tlm will make a series ot an
nouncements In that spnee regularly and it
will pity our fair readers to keep at least 0110
eye on It every week,
Mr. and Mrs. J.-E. HoutE and daughter,
Laura, who expected to leave for their new
western home Saturday have been detained
011 account ot the sicklies of Mrs. H011U.
They wilt probably not leave for bevernl
Misr. Fred White mid Fred Woodard, two
young men well known In Lincoln, will open
it collection agency in tho Hrowuell block
next week. Helm- trustworthy and backed
by strong references they will certainly do
Mr. 1. P. Keuuard left Friday for Indiana
where he meets bis daughter, Mrs. C. D.
Pitcher, who has been spending the summer
in the east. They w III both return homo
after a few weeks visit with relatives.
Mrs. J. II, Mauritius Uft Wednesday to Ik
gone severnl weeks, during which time she
will visit In tonvouwnrtli nnd Kansas City.
MImUIiiiii Cnrmody returned Saturday
f mm her vacation trip nnd hits again re-
sinned her duties nt the capltol.
Mr. nnd Mrs. IirinUi ot Dcs Molnos, In ,
returned limmi Tile-slay after 11 pleasant visit
with Mr. mid Mrs I). L, I-ove.
Miss Nellie Falrclilld of Valparaiso, Imll
nua, Is visiting ut tint homo ut her uncle,
Hon. N. H. Ilnrwood.
Miss Cm lie Wasmerof Grand Island ar
rived In the city Monday and Is vlidtlng with
Mls Nelllo .Vhlte,
Homo very pretty new designs for rccre
cauls nro being sold by the Weasel-Steven
MNs Hachel llrock left in tho early pa it of
the week for tho east, where she will attend
school this winter.
Mrs. .1. II. Clink, who has been sxudlug
tho summer with friends In Michigan, came
Misses Anna Fiinko nnd M. Olive Ijitta
returned Monday fiom Alliance and their
Illack Hills tilp,
Mr, J. K. ICii'ileii of Clinton, III,, wns 11
next of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. l)clevlsu pmt
of thu week.
Miss Sadie Ginham will entertain 11 com
piny of friends at her home on L Street Fri
Fiieudsof Miss Then Laws will be ple.isisl
to learn that she Is iccovei lug from her ser
Mr. M. P.Mniirltlimieturued I'llday from
the wet after a moi. Ill's Hip which '.mis most
Mr. and Mis. W. II. Turner, accompjinled
by J. T, Tinner, left Monday for Tienton,
Nis. U. II. Tlmiiipsoii teturned Tuesday to
her lioine lu Topeka after it visit with her
Mis. A. J. Shilling Is visiting fi lends In
Illinois, where sho Intends to remain about a
The lllgger-lllll wedding occurs Wcdues
pny at tiio Initio's home, .Seventeenth and L
Misses Annie Fiinko mid Olive Lnttn have
rctmuei from 11 plemaut tilp to the Black
Miss Clara Smith depm ted Monday for St.
Louis wheruhu will visit during exMsltlou
Mr. T. A. Brown 1 el timed from Kansas
Satin day where he sient the pievious week
Mrs. M. A. Herd Is enjoying a visit from
her mother, Mrs, J, M. Howmd of Illinois.
Mr. and Mis. O, M. Thompson will enter
tain tho An Fait club Monday evening.
A FINK PLAY.
" a: ' m mnm ! im m i mm m t m : irava vm i vm, m
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Llppiucott nro ut home
after several weeks visit lu New Yo.ik.
Miss Bessie Tuttlo left Tuetduy for n visit
In tho northwestern pnrt of thu stnto.
Mrs. Simon Mayer leaves for New Yoik
next weet to visit with her pnreutH.
Mis. II. II. Carter and Mr. C. I). Carter
departed Monday for Philadelphia,
Mrs. L. C. Burr lft last weok for mi ex
tended viHlt in Olympia, Wash.
Mr. William Clark left Wednesday on n
business trip to Toiekn, Kan.
Miss Naomi Weaver has returned from her
two months visit in Denver.
V. E. Nichols of Stroms-3 Crg, Neb., was
Lincoln visitor Thursday.
Mrs. and Miss Perry of Ohio are guests of
Mrs. M. G. Hotitz.
Mr, nuil Mr. J. H. llensley lest Wednes
day for Chicago.
v Mr. It. D, Stenrncs mado a business trip to
Miss Mary Donahuo departed Tuesday for
Tho Beta literary club will moot next week
W. J. Coates left Saturday for 11 visit in
Miss Mary Meyer left Sunday for a visit
in St. IOtiis.
Mis Katlo Cam iron left Weduorday for
Mrs. S. J. Burrus left Tuesday for Min
neapolis. Mr. Hetzel ot Auburn is visiting Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lash left Tuesdny for
Mr. and Mrs. Wolff departed Thursday for
The F street card club will reorganize
MU Archibald left Wednesday for Den
ver. Mr. 8am Weasel visited Denver this week.
Mrs. L. C. Clark left Monday for Chicago .
Mr. A. Morris left Monday for Chicago.
It will pay you to look
Winger ft Co.' cloak stock,
money by so doing.
through J. W.
You can save
Miss Alice Isaacs, the O.uaha milliner, who
hits a largo number of patrons In Llnclou,
desires to announce that owing to a rush of
buslues at tlm store she will be unable to
visit this city, but invite Lincoln ladles to
visit her storo and kh the most elegant line
ot tine pnttirn hats and fall millinery ever
brought to the west, .Prices are exceedingly
low and style guaranteed correct up to date.
All wool storm serge at 45c per j aid next
week at tlm store of J. W, Winger & Co.
Mrs, S. F. Ryan, fasliioiiabledress miking,
room 78 Burr block.
Dr. Fariiliaut Cure
chronlo disease. Consultation free. Medi
cine furnished at office. Office bourn 10 to 12
a, re 2 to 8 p. m., and 7 to 0 p. m. Sunday
4 to 0 p. m.
To Trade for a Llnculu Ixit.
Will trade a block nf good Hasting lot for
centrally located residence lot in Lincoln
Call or addM L. WmmI Jr., 1184 N street,
Mrs. John It, Clark and Miss Lulu Clark
came homo this week from tho vast. They
have been spending the summer in Etito.
Misses Bertie and Daisy Claik remained lu
Kin lice to attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Watt are entertain
lug a iidw visitor that arrlvod at the family
t evidence on G street lu tho weo sum' hours
ot yesterduy morning. It' a boy ami looks
Jiut like papa.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Lau came homo Satur
day from their European trip. They left
their daughters, Nellie and Anna iu school
In Germany wheie they will remain for a
Mr.. M.S. Seville ami daughter, MissMlu-'
tile, left Tuesday evening for their home lu '
Ixmlslaim after a pleasant visit of some
week with Mr. K, K. Hay den.
The Delta Tuuta fraternity gave a very en
joyable party last evening to their lady
friends, at their hall lu the First National
Mr. A. J. Blair left Monday for Chicago.
Kyo itml Kur Nurgooti.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist mid aurist, I'-XK)
O street, telephone :175, Lincoln, Nebr.
(Continued from llrst page.)
William Morris) I Hknl his work, 1 adored
his diameter, I admired thn man, I wiole,
asking for mi interview which he kindly ip
pointed nt his hotel, Hotel Woodruff, which
ptnee has been his Chlcngn home for many
yenrs. I look with me a friend who is 11 lino
slemurapher nnd wo went "piepared for
war," We dl(" not have It. We uxNWtod to
learn his whole history. We did not do It,
Weweretolsi formal, business-like. 'Tvvns
an Impi-sslblllty. Wo decided wo should ask
hlmllistnne question. It wns to be this,
"Are you mill rledi" He did not ulveusthe
chance. A muimurtsl "Miss llonuell, I be
lieve," and then "Mrs. Moirls will be in lu a
few moments. ' Alasl the day, sown thought,
befoie she tame, lint when she came whom
should she pi live to be but Cinders, delight
ful, lefieshlng I'ludeis, who dellnes"Pall-n-dice"
ns "Unit plncf. wheie two blokes weio
hi clover anil didn't know It nnd got tin on 11
out fcr eatln' green anples." Tho sinio Cin
ders "who'd bluwed If tho potato they put
on Billy's plate, when lie came to peel it,
wasn't i-c-uo r-en-ni "ami on hem lug that
wild lllly infuse to eat might but Ice cream,
tears frantically from the room, shouting
"That Ixiy'll o uigeal his Innards." And here
sho was, her own piquant, bright little helf,
and when wo saw them together we wcrj
glad, and lu our hearts congratulated tho 11
Ixilh, How welcome they ucido us: busimss
was fin gotten, mutual iicqimlntiiuco' dls
coveied and for (I mil ashamed to confess It)
mi hour ami a half we wero most dimming
ly iiitertiiluetl. William MorrU Is a nnble
man, 11 Hue character off the stage as well us
on. He makes up not at all on the stage, ho
Is uiiiisnmlrig at home and as ho sat there
that morning two weeks ago, tlressisl inn
liain.'hoino black suit talking to me with love
coming lu his eyes whenever they rested on
his dainty bride; It was a positive pleisuro
to watch him, They have been mairled not
quite a year, their iiuulvcrsary 1 cctirrlng iu
Octolier. They 111 the kind of professional
people one likes to meet, after hem lug of
lieairico l.aiimi on' troubles ami tliat ller
beitlvelcey beats his wife. People say all
actois are alike, William Mori Is, with Mis.
William Morris at hit, side, proves that a
1 intended to tell you of him ns he Is on
the stage, lteally I have told you when I
tell how he Is at home. He has been on thu
stage (If toon yenrs. He must have started
when h wns ten or twelve years old, for li o
cannot be over twenty-seven, he looks not 11
day over twenty-live, but he may be thirty.
I cannot tell nnd I forehore to ask. Good ot
me, wasn't it f His llrst stage experience wns
with the Boston Museum compnny, which
company, by the way, Hint presented this
play last Api II. Ho played with them lor
three years, after which his experience was
varied, us dining that tlmu h traveled
through not only California, but South
America and the West Indies. For two yenrs
ho wns Madame Mod jeska's leading man, ami
since then lias been with Fiohmuii. Hols an
actor with a peisonallty peculiar to himself.
Ho lias the sympathy, the ndmliatlou of
every woman lu the nudlcuce from the mo
ment he Hist makes his npenrmico. He has
personal magnatism and sinking of that
quality Bab has said, "There is another who
has it mid tins it most when ho is perfectly
still. (Perhaps you don't know him. hue you
are foolish if you don't go and see him some
time) ami that is a man named William
Morris, who played iu "Men and Women"
last year and fought with theduvil iu sileiico
live minutes, mid during that live minutes
overy woman iu thu audience was helping
him to got out of his trouble anil guvo a great
sigh ut satisfaction when ho lietl most nrtis
tlcully," I have not Bab' genius, I hnvo no
genius lu fact, but iu my own way I wish to
pay my tribute to handsome William Morris
and his charming wife. Thoy treated mo
splendidly nnd It. was with regret tluit I at
last left them. Before I left Mr. Morris gave
mo Ills picture and Mrs. Morris gave 1110 tiers.
Across the front ot each Is written iu their
own hnndwrltiug, "To Miss Bonuell, with
my bst wishes," and then their autographs.
I shall prize those pictures and somo day
soon when Mr. Morris mid his petite wife
shall lie tho two actors of the laud I
shall be proud ot the pictures even as I am
now. I wanted to get their pictures half-
toned mid show what they are liko better
than I can tell you, but my getting into
Chicago so late prevent my so doing in time
for this letter. Perhaps next week 1 may
have them. Etta Hawkins (or Mrs. Mori is) is
a St. Paul girl and us their vacations are
spent there usually I may stftno duy have the
pleasure of repaying them for their charming
courtesy to me by entertaining them nt my
twn home In tho saintly city. I lioie I may.
And now Mr. and Mrs. Morris farewell for
the time being, or rather au revolr, though
1 write of other you are not forgotten.
We enjoyed a visit with Mr. Reeso last
week, ho going farther east Sunday night.
He finishes his law studies iu the spring ot
IK ut Aim Arbor. Frank Russell is back
once more nt his work at McCormick, and
Gale 'I ate enrolls his name on tlie list of the
Chicago University. Mrs. W. R. Dennis
has beu for it short time my guest, and it is
a mutter of regret that I cannot keep her
here all winter. As soon as her preseut
course of inuslo Is llnislied she expects to re
turn to Lincoln. Her progress in uuislo.par
tlculai ly her vocal work, has been very gieat
indeed, and sho should be flattered by her
success. She' entertained Dr. ' mid Mrs.
Bailey ut tho theatre, world's fair, etc, during
their vUit here. At pres.-utshe is very hap
pily locatvd iu tho house ut Mr. and Mrs.
John lloff.iimi on tho north side, wore she
will be for seveial weeks.
I see that Mr. Wessel refers to me us the
"unsuspected." He did that before ho saw the
size of this lettrr, for I know ho suspects me
now of tr)lngto decieuse his circulation
by sending such a poitentlous document.
Pai don and I'll not trnusgies again, for
hIisI I cannot wiite overy week of William
Mortis. But I am going to tell you soon
about the new Schiller theatre which, thanks
to Mr. Munis' routtesy, I exm.'t soon to
visit. Well, I'm done, Yours, Clllt'AOO,
P. 8. No, I'm not, either, I must say to
Mis. Maxwell: My name is Bonuell forat
least u limited length of lime.
W: TIME IS NOW AT HAND jsS
Wnnts to buy her Gloves to match licr
dresses. Willi this object In view wc linvc
purchased a utock of Kid Gloves, which
for its variety of styles nnd similes, wns
never shown before. We :an match
every color, may it be dark or light.
We call special attention to a New Glove
THE JOSEPHINE "SEAMLESS.
For which wc have the exclusive sale. Tills is nn article made of the
best French Kill, without scams on either stile of the hand nnd conse
quently cannot rip whcio most objectionable. Please cnll nnd Inspect
them nnd see for yourselves that wc can please cveryb:dy, whether you
wish to buy n pair for yS cents or the most expensive one.
10J3 O Street.
iiBiiiiiui ; .i:' miMWK'iavmi w:: :,'; :1!!W;'iw;:m:km:!l
1124 O ST
5. f. Broad.
1124 O ST
Largest Dept. Store on 0 St
We seek to give you the best quality nt the lowest prices.
Wool full hnts, nil new shnpes 95 cts.
Fine French fur felt $1.10 to $1.65
Just opened n lot of extra line fur Beavers. Very nobby shapes.
20 ilo7cn Prince of Wales tips, 50 cts, worth 95
Ostrich tips 50 cts nnd upward
OUR IILIIMRT LEADS.
Thin clilnnnfter dinner cups nnd saucers 19 cts, wortli double.
Lnrgc size thin china cups mid saucers, 29 cts, worth 50. .
Individual butters 3 cts e.ich. Pure porcelain.
Decorate J bisque lamp shades, to Inch 98 cts, worth $1.50.
Decorated bisque lamps, simile and fount to match, 10 Inch shade, No.
This is the house that quotes you the lowest prices.
STRICTLY CASH. ONE PRICE.
All slzej, shapes nnd prices.
A now line Just received. If
you aro tlgurlngon getting
married, It will pay you to
eall ami eo us anyhow. You
Wedding - Invitations
Announcements, Cards, etc.
This Is Just the place where
you can depend upon getting
correct styles and only cor
rect form. Wo enn bo of
service to you It you aro
thinking of marrying.
Wessel-Stevens Ptg. Co
Courier Office 1134 N St.
(Jvd i Million! of Hornet 40 Yeam the Standard.
ror rure ice Uream and
Delicious Fresh Oysters !
Tlie Bon Ton
1202 I3 Street.
Geo. Meicfeirlgirc, Propr.
Coffee and Light Lunches nt all Hours
Five Per Cent, on Deposits
PAID BY TUB
LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK
AND SAFE DEPOST CO.
S. E.Cor. 1 1th and P Streets
Boxes to Rent in afe'Dep osit Vaults.
HKNIIY K. t.KWIH, President A. P. H. BTEWAHT, Vlce-Pres. H.WKLCH.T
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