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POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000,
0rnr 10th antf ttrrta.
carry n largo lino of Wonlrn
niul Uhnimrnlitn Ilk, Hosiery. Onrscl,
Underwear, (Hove, Ilul
Agents for Buttcrick's Patterns
Tee Couwicr will not 1 rwiioinlble for
nviliriit made hvnnv one in Id name, tin
s a written order nccompnnie the same,
When Lincoln Indies want the
Latest and Correct Styles
they nlwnjs go to hcnilqunrtcru,
which 1 the
Opera House Cor. xa and O Ste.
The Courier Can be Vonuri At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htnnd.
Windier llotol Now Htnnd.
Capital Hotel New HUnd. A
tied DuueClsnrHtore, 1UOUQ Street
Kd. Young, I'-V7 O HI root.
Claeon, Kletohrr A Co., 1 ISO O Htrcot.
Moore's News Bland, 114 Houtti lltli Htrcct.
Casino Cigar Hiorr, Brace lllook, 1Mb A O
W. R. DENNIS & CO..
ImI aad Personal.
Wbltebftee Coal and Lime Company.
Ik Barr, Jeweler, removed to 11830 itroot
New location, L. Barr, Jeweler, 1183 O M.
David F. Suae, deattt, roorai 43 and 43
Dr. Rata M. Wood, Brace bulldlag, room
410, ill and 419. 0-10- r
Restart aew pharmacy, coreer Twelfth
aad H street e.
Dree Goods at tee price to eo.lt you at J.
W. Winter Co.
aire. B. F. Ryae, faabioaabl dree making,
room 78 Burr block.
Oaaoa City Coal at the WbJtebreaat
Cealaad Lima Co.
Mr. Kate B. Cheney, teacher of tinting,
room GOB, Brace block.
Sampson Slaters, artist lo dreea-maklng,
1191 N street, oyer Dorsey's.
K Q Baking Powder, 99 ounces for 35 cent.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tried It f
"Getty V fine confections, fresh every day
at the Nutshell, Leasing theatre building.
Misses Bogge & Caffyn, dree making par
lors. Fra stamping. 1811 M St., 'phone 510.
Mias Anna Dick, ModWte.oor. Uth & Pets,
over Lincoln Ha v lag bank, entrance on Pit
The Whltebreaat Coal and Lime company
la always at the front supplying the finest
grades of all kinds of coal
Miss C. J. Gatlmette, modiste,; Brownell
Block, over Miller & Patne. Complote line of
drees trimmings aad linings. Take elevator.
When you have a prescription to fill and
want'greatset care and accuracy exercised In
compounding, take It to Rector's new pbar
auoy, comer Twelfth and N streets.
Coal of every sUe from the best mine
In Ohio, Ktutueky, Illinois, Missouri, Colore
do aad Wyosatag for sal by Geo. A.Ray-
Teiepaocve raw. umce US4 U street.
If you will make It a point never to get a
4ctnr framed until you have seen the Lin
coln Frame & Art Company goods, you
will always get the latest styles. Price are
always the lowest.
Why have your horses feet butchered, have
ante horses and have them suffer! Take
them to Charlie Buttery's sew shop, 410
Soutn'Kteventb street, and such will never
Cbas. Blattery, professional horseshoer and
farrier. Diseases of the feet treated by the
lata schmtino modes. Horse called for and
returned. New shop 4 lit South Eleventh
street, between K aadjL.
On Monday me offer a a leader twelve
pieces crinkled crepe aljlgator cloth and all
fancy crooraile)wftve reduced from $1.25, at
65 cent a yard.
, J. W. WlNOBH & CO.,
Or. rarakam Cure
ohroatc dhwasss. ConsulUtiou free. Medi
cIb furnished at office.' OMce hours 10 to 13
a. ra 3 to 5'p. m and 7 to 8 p, m. Sunday
4 tot p. ta.
'iCeek Bailey Grocery company are brad
quarters for delicatessen and (In good.,
r,v i, : ;
YewwW always And excellent Value in
sjrsssriss at Coek-Balley Grocery company,
Tho pleasant homo of Mr. mid Mi. J. K.
Hill, Boventeenlh and li street, wn nblnre
Wednesday evening n' which llino their sco
ond daughter, Miss Caroln, win uiillcd In
tuairlngfl wuh .Mr. Joseph llnrrlelto Bigger.
Thollornl decorations wero beautiful mid pro
fine, lose nuit cnriintlon being tho picdotnl
tutting ilowei . ,The mi lor innntel wns com
plotcly banked with delicately tinted low
aud graceful palm. Tho stairway wa en
tirely coveted I tit n network of hiuIIm and
carnations, Tho chandelier went mlnmcd
with effective tlinjxM lin of kinllax. Actos
ono eoi tier of ttio parlor wa n canopy of
stullax, rose and in i nation, under which tho
hrideuud gloom wciommtoDiip, Tho Inter
lor of the house presented tho npenriinco of n
hillllantly Illuminated Mower garden, with
llKhta of varloii hue, lly six o'clock tho
pallor weio lllled with friend- and relative
of tho family, about finhtyguenU IhIuk re
cut. Atexactly lx Ml. Wlnelied Hill and
Mnsler John Hill, -Utoraiid luothnr of tho
hriile, In tiiuo with tho traln of Mendel--
sohu'ii wuldhiK march played by MIm Char
lottu Andill, ktielchnl white ilbbons fioui
thottulrcami to thu placo whuio tho bridal
alter wa Hltuiiud, formitiK nn alslu through
whlth th bildal party wn to iax, Tho
In lilo niul grooui Jproueded lowly down tho
Utah IIiioukIi the nlrlo to tho detlRnnted
corner of tho puilor, nccoiiiauled by Mh
GincoYlilo of III a tl lee, who acted a maid
of honor, Mr. C'lia. Wechback, n ImhI ina'i.
.MImi (lurti udb Hill and Mr.Hvlnen Welch an
Inldo' maid mid KrooniMnuii. Hev. lv. II.
Curtltof thoKirHtl'ubtlan church with
a slmplo hut lniiieimo ceieinony lied tho
knot that Ih ovvilaathiK, lrvlnu'n oreliestui
plnyluiikwmt hut low ninslo dumm tho Her
vicv. lleaity coUKiatulatlou and bent
wifthet tor tho future lhat lien before them
weru offered. An eleRiiut wedding hupper
wa served, after which tho evenlun wn
pleitMiitly pout hi nocliil luturcouiiH). Tho
uuheitial ni ratiKvuivut (in uhihetl u pleaihiK
paitof Ihe.bcrtUtllul welding. It wa lu
liomxllun room at thoheudof tho stall on
tliekecoi.d lloor and n soon as tho nwect
ktralu of "Hiltfiit Htarof llopo," whkh was
rtndernl vny jidiiodutlng thu wrvlco, hail
been llnlnhwl, u lively air was Instituted anil
coiiKintulatlou woio In older. While the
guest were luring Heated lor supper the hall
portion weio urawn. Uhortly utterwordi
when all hud coiiiiuei.ced to enjoy thu de
licious rifii'hinitit, the cuitulns weio it
drawn Jiut u thu oichmlia betittd hi tho
lower hall was plu lug Qrsjwronu, followtit
by several olhei hekctloim. Tim ouhektin
aUorudeieil .eveial overluis whllu the
guest weieai riving
Thobiide woio an elegant costume of
white brocade katlu triinnied with point
lace ami can led u beautiful boimet of bildal
roses. Mis Yule wore light blue ciejion
and Miss Hill, pink silk. The geiillvineu
wore black regulation attire. Mr. and ton.
Bigger left at ten o'clock for Omaha, from
where they will go to Portland, Oregon for a
two weeks visit. Ou their leturn they will
be at home to their f rl nds at 730 South
Eighteenth street where they will begin
housekeeping under ausplcles most pleasaut.
The present fcwere numerous and elegant,
being such as will be valuable in their uuw
home. Among the guests from abroad
were Dr. and Mrs. Waldeu, Mr. aud Mrs. C.
C. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heluer, Mr.
and Mis. C. 11. Holm, Miss Uretn, Mis
Cotton of Ileal rice. Mr. Bigger U a popu
lar young bualues man, having been con
nected with the. Columbia National Bank
for e vera! year. Jle is . esteemed by all
who know him. Mls Carol Hill, daughter
of the State Treasurer, Is a society favorite.
She is a young lady of culture, refinement
aud accomplishments, eselng every quel
ity that goes to make an amiable compan
ion for life.
Among those present were: Mer and
Meadanie George H Halting, T H Benton,
A R Humphrey, John C Allen, Bartlett, Af
ford, F D Crun, Pogue, E H'Andru, D W
Camp, JobnB Cunningham, J H Broady
JH McClay, T E Sander., John B Wright,
Woods, Trickey, Wslden, Hembler, Kuapp,
H III and Holme of Beatrice ; Mrs W H jury
Smith; Misses Jennie Underwood, Hallle
Hooper, Hanloo, Ellas, L)diattlLotti An
drus, Anna Broady, Amy Covert, Maude
Smith, Giace Yvle, Alice Barler, Mary
Green, Kittle Weston, Ella Valll, Rawles and
Colton of Beatrice ; Meant E Hauna, Week
baugh, Resin, Welch, William Bigger, J
Bigger, C Hanna, Howey, George Covert,
Lew Marshal, W Morton Smith, Frits, We
terman,Sain R Low, H 8 Freeman, M Mo
Klnnon, it G MoVicker, L Camp, C Camp,
V I i l ! 1 I I Li , j
Many Llncolnlte will beurpriedtolt-arn
that enough of our cltisens have moved to
Denver to enable them to orgauise an inde
pendent social club of their own. Following
from the Denver Uepuilican of hut Sunday
will therefore be of general interest to all.
"The recently organised 'Lincoln club' wns
charmingly entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Cass of 1141 Washington avenue last Tues
day evening. This little social club is com
posed chiefly of former residents of Lincoln,
Neb,, who propose to meet regularly during
the winter. On this ocoasiou the guest In
cluded Mr. aud Mr. G. W. Ualleutlne, Mr.
and Mrs. II. W. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. O, T.
Ilunu, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Jackson, Mr. and
Mrs. T. 11. bchwars, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wil
son, Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Laniey, Mr. and
Mrs, F. A. Chapman, Mis Anderson, Mrs.
Glospel and Dr. O. a Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
D. D. Muir and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Muir's
mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Breevoit, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Van Fleet, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Mr, and Mrs. O. M. Thompson entertained
the Au Fait club and a number of friends
Monday evening at their home, 53 1 South
Fourteenth street. Progressive high live was
the ganib of the evening. ' The interest and
contest displayed by the jcu'eeU were intense,
for this was one of the first card parties of
the season. Lunch was served the middle of
the evening: The most skillful player were
Mr. Kenuard and Mr. Webster, who carried
oft the first loyal prize, which (were beauti
ful souvenir spoons. Mr, S. E. Moore aud
Mr, Bfgnell won seciutl royals. Those nies-
ent were Messrs. and Mesdames S. E. Mcore, !
a. tiuribut. u. v. cowdery, Dr. Dayton,
Dr. Gifflu, Oliver, D. Shilling, Ed Hignell,
T. H. Benton, H. B. Patrick, D. E. Thomp
son, R. E." Moore, F. A. Brown, O. W. Web
ster, F. W. Baldwlu. C. M. Keifer, A. E.
Kennard, Will Huffman, A. U. liillmeyer,
Mias Belle Sabm of Beatrice and Mr. Matt
CAPITAL CITY COURIER,
llotn literary and social clrcln held their
llrt Hireling nt the rcwldeneo of Mrr. J. W,
Winner Tnewlay afternoon. After nn Inter
chmiKOof cut tent event cmnn reon;milwi
tlon ami election of officer for tho coming
year which revtiltu I a follow; PrHdo,nt,
.Ml. Campbell; vlco pitwldout, Mr. Van
llrnnt; secretary and trenstiror, Mr. Hnro;
ci I tic, Ml. Winger. After tlm htiilue
meetliiK an Inten-ttluK pioKrnmme wn ren
deced, Mr. Wolcott read nn ably pi quired
pniH-r on tho itrowlh of territory pinvlou to
150; Mi. Hnyinimn on the French nnd In
dlau war from K.V) to 170:1, Tho work of the
veil-will lm a study of Ameilcati history.
Thl I a very eiiergotln chili nnd opened with
the full membership of lt year. Thu mem
ber nio Memlame Cntiiihell, Wadswnrth,
Hayre, Winger, Van llrunt, Woleott, O. N.
Junes, Milton Hcott, Holm, Hewluk, Poke,
Hartley, Khker, Howell nnd Wnll.
Mist Hadln Grahnm wn nt homo to n num
ber of ft lend at 11133 L stt eet Inst evenlnc.
Illuli live wa the order of the evening, anil
tl ocouiietltloiianil annhnatlon on tlieimt
of thegiieslNHhoneil only too wvll the Intercut
nnddellnht of all present. Mis (lialinm by
Iht nhilty to mnko nil present hnppy dls
plaedher succens'n n hoite. KleKant ro-
fieslimoiitrt weru served dining thoevenlnK.
The Invited guest wero Miwsrs, ItntclllT,
Kolsom, (Iny Hale, llutler, Woodward, Bish
op, licccher, Hnllett, Clark, Onroutto, liar
ley, Wilson, Cook. Uittrltlge, Vnughan, Cof
llu, Pctton, Klllott. I'lmumer, Graham, HhlU
Hug. Smith, Homerlad, Chapman; Misses
Pound, Tm nee, Vlvynn, Hoovtr, Moore,
Httne, Fowler, MoelUer, lllckclls. Ilnrluy,
Metcalf, Camp, IaIauiI, McWblnnlo, Ben
Held, Mellck, Haiti, Klllott, Hoyt, lleckrr,
Hale, Oiaham, Jones and Clare Smith.
Thu I'hl Delta Thetn fraternity of thi tato
unlveiHlty gave a ".cry plcuMint party to
their lady friend In their hall In tho Fiiat
National bunk building Kildny evening.
Cm (Is mid ilauchiR weiu enjoyed promla
cuoitsly dining the evening. Mi. C. K. Kl
llott chajieronetl tho party. Those present
wero MIsm Ilmsliey, Ilurks, Ijiu, Jones,
Ticcmau. Winger, Wing, Hammond, IU'Ihmm',
Jennie and Mmiilo Underwood, Geheu nnd
Klllott ;M( twin. I'almej, Welch, Haggard,
Oullmette, Wrsteimau, Itaymoud, Nenco,
Heticlur, Wing, Canlleld, Hardy, l'lllnlmry
Fanisworth nnd Taylor,
Z MUsMabel Dudley, 1731 South Twentieth
street, Imttrtnlnrd her fiateinlty, Kn;in
Knpii Gamma, and n number of frleiul
ThuiMlny evei Ing. Cards mid dniiclng weio
liidulgid In iiut'l a Into hour. All thu gutst
spent n delightful evening. Those jitesent
weio Misses Burks, llroady. CuitK Oilgg,
Hershey.Iivlue, Join, Jury, Klrker, Ijintr,
Mnttland, Scnthorn, McMillan, Skldmore,
Ii u nnd Mis. l)airi;Messis. Welch, Wyiner,
S'jephaul, Join, Palmer. Cooley, Gullinetto,
FoiIh's, Dougnll, Altee, Putman, Dlxou,
Ames, Barnes, llagsnril, Whaley, Becker.
Avery, Hlcket nnd Sedgwick.
The soclnl hop given Thursday evening by
the I. O. 11. II. lodge In commemoration of n
Joval Jewish holiday, Himirhas Thorn, was a
most MieccsNful afTnlr In evciy paitlculnr,
A proarnm of twelve immbeis. tho nlei.sure
of which were enhnuoeil by the tuneful music
of Irvine's oichestrn, wn greatly enjoyed by
n company nunioei ing over a hundred of
prominent Jewish jieopla of the city. A
sumptuous upNr wa served and the oc
camion proveil one of unusual attractiveness
to all present. M, Ackennnii, M, Kolm and
L. Berkion are reonslblo for the success of
One of the most congenial and most enthu
siastic rard clubs of the city ha boen recent
ly organised, dlstlngulsheil by the French
name "Au Fait," meaning "all right." Tho
club will meet every two weeks throughout
the winter and high five will be the ruling
game. Pi ires will be awarded the best play
er. Many enjoyable meeting nro antici
pated by the members of the club, who are
Mexsrs and Mcudames F. W. Baldwin, O. M.
Thompson, S. E. Mnoro, D. E. Thompson,
Dr. Dayton, Dr. Giflln. B. F. Cowdery, Ol
iver, O. W. Webster, II. B. Patrick, Will
Mr, and Mrs, W. C. Wilsongavoa very
enjoyable dinner party Saturday evening at
their home, Seventeenth and M streets.
Covers were laid for fourteen. After dinner,
the evening was spent with cards. Those
present were Mrs, and Miss KobitiHoti of Chi
cago, Miss Whirl of .Genesee, III., Mrs. F. M.
Baldwin, Mr. Frame Cook, Mr. Matt Bald
win, Messrs, and Mesdames J. B, Wright,
R. A. Perry, O. E. Yates aud W. B. Wilson.
A letter that will probably be read with as
much interest as any the CotilUKR has ever
published, appears today over the signature
of Mr. C. Y. Smith. It descrlltes the ancient
city of Pomell and is of more thau ordiuary
Interest, jiartlcularry at this time, after hav
ing seen the spectacular presentation recently
lu this city aud reading columns about it in
the newspapers before, during aud since the
production. Mr. Smith is a clever describer
and wields a gossipy pen.
Mr. Irvine and his excellent orchestra are
becoming more popular with each successive
engagement. The orchestra was out three
nights this week at social affairs and as usual
won unstinted praise. They are also booked
for IhreeTnlghts I nbxt" week- and' to say (he
lean are growing raptuty in puntlo ravor,
especially when it is considered that Mr.
Irvine only started in Lincoln about a month
Mis Alice Isaacs, the Omaha milliner, who
has a large number of patrous in Llnclnn.
desires to announce that owing toaiushof
business at the store she will he unable to
visit this city, hut invites Lincoln ladles to
visit her store and we the mot elegant Hue
of line pattern lists nnd fall millinery ever
brought to the west. Pi Ices are exceedingly
low aud style guurauteed corroct up to date.
Mr. and Mrs, H. G, Greene gave a very
congenial Informal card party Wednesday
evening at their home, 730 South Thirteenth
street. Those present were Messrs. aud Me
dame W, H. Ltnnard, C. N. Little, C. T.
Lodd, A. D. Burr, F. L. Sheldon, Heeson, J.
B. Wright, J. A. Buckstaff aud Miss Robin-
son of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llppencott enter-
Ond in Million Home-40 Yean the Surtax
Ulned a party of ft lends Friday evening nt
earns, tun gathering iieing n ueiigiitiui ar
fair, given In honor of Miss Llppencott, n
visiting sister of tho hoU,
Mr. H. L. Hyde, Mr. A. M, Davis, Mr.
Znra Wllsyn, Mr. W, J. Lamb, Mr. J. J.
Imlioir and Mis. (J. A. AtkliiMmleft Wednes
day for Wichita, Kit., to attend tho annua
branch meeting of the woman's foielgu mis
sionary society of the M, E. Chinch, which
convened for three days, commencing last
Miss Jenn Drew of Ij Mar, lawn, returned
home Monday, Mls Drew ha been visiting
in Lincoln for n wrel', hnvlng Journey ed
hither to bo present nt tho Stephonson-Diim
Mr, and Mi-. A. O, Hasting returned
Monday from Washington, I). C, where
they ntteu.l'.-d thu (I A. 11. nntlonal encamp
ment. They alo visited seveial other east
A pleasant party of friend enjoy od the
hospitality of Mr. and Mr. Will Loouard
Monday oveulng, whoii card nttt acted the
undivided attention of the company.
'(.adleH make big money canvassing for
Tin: Capital City Couuikh. If you want
nice pi oil table work call nt the olllce, 1134 N
stieet, for Mirtlculam,
Col. nnd Mr. Thoma Sewell who have
resided at 407 South Fourteenth street for n
number of years, me tow nt home at 1735
Mim. VT.W. Carder returned homo Tuesday
f i am Ogden, Ulnh, whole sho has been vie
itlug her daughter, Mr. J. B. Hei rick, for
Mr. Underwood, nccompaulod by Ids
daughter, Mh Jennie, went up to Omnhn
Thursday. They Intend to Bpond several
dnys tht i e.
Mrs. It. C. Outcnlt entertained a company
of hiilles Monday afternoon In honor of Mr.
W. W. l'nlmer who I visiting Mrs. Dr. Ap
Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Winger left ycstei day
for St. Louis, They exect to go to Chicago
next week for thu dedication o' the world's
Mr. nnd Mrs W. II. Leonard enteitalned n
Htnnll compay of fi lend nt high five Monday
evening lu houorot'Mr, nnd Mr. F. L. Shel
don. Mis Hello Snbln of Beatrice I n guest of
Mr. M. II. Tilton. Sho will visit her aunt,
Mi. 11. II. Patrick, before leaving tho city.
Mr. nnd Mr II. W. Ynte nnd son, 1453
M street, loft Saturday for a two months'
visit in Dead wood and neighboring place.
Mr. nnd Mis. S. II. Sharp have returned to
their homo in Salem, O., after nn agreeable
visit with Chancellor and Mrs. Canlleld.
Mr. Alice Llttlo returned Wednesdnyto
her homo In Itniuscy, ill, Sho has been visit
ing Mrs. G. W. Uwhnw for some time.
Mis Carrie Wasmer who has been visiting
with Mis Nellie White for sovoral days re
turned to her home In Omnhn Monday.
The society season I beginning to open,
various signs of returning I'fe being more
evident with the ending of each week.
Miss Emma Vance of Tojiekn, a cousin of
Manager Martllng of thu Fuuke, is in the
city and will spend the winter hero.
Jfr. F. A. Manley came Tuesday from
Rock Springs, Wyo., ami will visit at the
home of his parents. 1101 D street.
Mrs. John B. Wright Is entertaining her
mother, Mis. J. M.Robinson, andrister,
Miss Daisy Robinson of Chicago.
Mr. J. L. Mandell of St. Louis is visiting
at the homo of his sister, Mrs. M. M. De
Levis, on South Twentloth street.
Miss Whh 1, who has been visiting Mr. nnd
Mrs. R. A. Peiry for six weeks, returned to
her homo in Illinois Monday.
Mr. and. Mrs. J, Riisell Brydou have taken
winter quarters at the .Lindell hotel and nro
now at homo there to friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buckstaff gavo a small
dinner party Thursday evening In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sheldon.
Mls Mabel Cotton, who came up from Be
atrice to attend the Bigger-Hill wedding, is
vlsltiug Miss Anna Broady,
The Lovell Chautauqua Circle held an in
teresting meeting at the home of Mr. W, E.
Hardy Thursday evening,
Mrs. A. G. Beeson and Mrs, R. J, Green
leave today for Chicago to be present at the
Worlds Fair dedication.
The invitations for the several prominent
October wedding, past and prospective, were
executed at this office.
Mr. A. C. Cass aud daughter of Denver
are visiting Mrs. Cass' sister, Mrs M. T.
Harmer, SOIOT street,
Mr, nnd Mrs. J. E. R. Millar are enjoy
ing a visit from their daughter, Mr. O. B.
Ramey of Cheyenne.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Lemlng left Wednes
day for a two eeks' visit in New York and
other eastern cities.
Mr. S. T. Bt. John of Uho First Natlonel
bank has lieen confined to his home for sev
eral days by sickness.
Mrs. J. B. Wrlghtls entertaining her moth
er aud sister, Mrs. Robinson and Miss Daisy
Robinson, of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Bell left Tuesday for
Minneapolis to attend tho national Congrega
Mrs. L. E. Regnier departed for Kansas
City, Mo., Thursday, where she will visit
Mr. Jmne-t Heutou and family returned
Thuisdat fioin their vlultto Crawfonlsville
One hundred doom ladle' hand Inltia,
handkerchiefs, nan ow hem worth 30 cents!
for Monday nt 5 cents each. No such values
J. W. WlNOKH & CO.,
1100 O street.
jmrnm mm "Ma mm mimmmmmmm ,- nKar.
PI S m 'PI
THE JOSEPHINE SEAMLESS
For which wc have the exclusive sale. This Is nn article tnndc of the
best French Kid, without scams on cither .side of the lintul nnd conse
quently cannot rip whet c most ohjcctlonahlc. Please call nnd Inspect
them niul sec for yourselves that we can plcnsc everybody, whether jou
wlslt to buy n pair for 98 cents or the most expensive one
1023 O Street.
: arcjai mi ma: !.. uanar, in m: mimmmu m m niuniKian - m:,m
Here they Go!
AND WITH A MI&HTT CRASH.
E have too many lints. Our stock
to reduce tliem we linvc put the clearing knife Into same. They will be arranged
In front part of torc.
10 doz Ostrich Tips reduced to 37c, worth 75.
10 " " 480, " 95.
5 " " " " " 73c, " 1. 35
mil so on up to finest grades.
10 doz Prince of Wales Tips 39c, worth double.
10 doz Pilnce of Wales Tips 5SC, worth double.
Plain Wool Felt Sailors 63c, they ask you $t.oo
for same everywhere.
Blue, Black nnd 'fan Crushers 9SC, others nsk you
$1.25 "nnd call It cheap."
40 doz Wool Felts, new shapes, nt 49c for our choice
25 Ten piece Toilet Sets, $1 89. Blue, Brown or Pink Decorations.
15 Twelve niece setB covered slop jar $4 68.
tooo Individual Butters, Jnpancsc, 2c each
150 Thin China Japanese Cups and Saucers, 23c each, large size.
Get our Prices on Tinware.
Always in the Lead We make the Prices.
GHAS. A. BROAD,
1124 O STREET.
All slzei, shapes end prices.
A new line Just received. If
you nro figuring on getting
married, It will pay you to
call and sco usnnyhow. You
For Pure Ice Cream and
Delicious Fresh Oysters !
The Bon Ton
Geo. Meiofeirleire, Propr.
BHKERY S CONFECTION6RY
Coffee and Light
Five Per Cent, on Deposits
LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK
AND SAFE DEPOST CO.
S. E.Cor. 1 1th and P Streets
Boxes to Rent in afe Deposit Vaults.
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-a- IttltiMt fftttrvtt Jtivhtt BU
HUtm (Ettcvw gatut
to buy her Gloves to match her
urcssc. with this objact In lcw wc hnc -
ptirclnscd n stock of Kill Glovqs, which
for Its variety of styles ntul similes, wns
never shown before. We :nn tnntcli
every color, may It be dnrk or light.
We call special attention to a New Olove
of ostrich feathers anil tips is too heavy, nnd
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Announcements, Cards, etc.
This I Just tho place where
you enn depend upon getting
correct styles and only cor
rect for. n. We can be of
service to 'you it you ore
thinking of marrying.
Wessel-Stevens Ptg. Co
Courier Office 1134 N St.
1 v .
12 OH F Street.
Lunches at all Hours
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