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CAPITAL CITY COURIEK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER fc, 1892
POPULATION OF LIMCOLV 65,000, iJSgRKpi
0mr 10th nJ P ttrMts.
oarry n liirio lino of Woolm
ami Changeable frllks, lloslorv. Corsets,
Underwear, (lloes, llntlona,
Agents for Buttcrick s Patterns
The Courier will not l resitonslblo for
any debt made ly any one " "ante, "
ssa a written order accompanies the Minn,
OAHII-ANU-ONK- IMUOK I'OIl-
everybody system iwummrii.in
Itselrto overv thoiiuhtrul buyer,
uroslun Hint wo must Ihi doing
IhlnRs about right, for while on every linnd
yon are offered crrdllnnd jeeond prjfeonen
made U you, our f rmW m nlwwwt duuntat Umlf
rem vwr o voir. Till telle, the story. Hco
that you not the lost your money will buy.
r mures nrinicu in nor'i . " -
Hco the goods miiiI e your own
Opera House Cor. ta and O St.
The Courier Cell be round At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htand.
Windsor Hotel Now Htnnd.
Capital Hotol News Htnnd.
Ksd Dude Clsar more, 1030 0 Htroot
Kd. Young, laOTOHtrccl.
ClMon, Klolohor Co.. 1120 O Htreo .
Moore's News Btand. 118 Houtli Iltli Htroot.
CMtno Cigar more, llrace lllook, IMh A O
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
1137 ... O Street ... n37
leal and Personal.
Whltebreast Coal and Lime Company.
( Lincoln Coal Co., a.w. cor. 11th and O ite.
...Try Geneva's Columbia High Patent flour.
U Barr, Jeweler, removed to 11330 street
Lincoln Frame & Art Co., 290 Bouth 11 at,
Co wU, undertaker, Funke Opera House b Ik
1 Mew IocrUoo, L. Barr, jeweler, 1133 O St.
Trester sells 10 kinds of coal, 1140 O street.
Ask your grocer for Columbia High Pat
ent, David P. Bints, dentist, rooms 43 and 43
Dr. Ruth M. Wood, Brace building, rooms
A10, 411 and 413. 0-10-R
Rector' new pharmacy, corner Twelfth
and K streets.
Drees Goods at the prices to suit you at J.
W. Winger & Co.
Cuas. a McKeaay, the East Lincoln drug
gist, 8713 O street.
jMra B.F. Ryaa, fashionable dress making,
rooaa TO Burr block.
'Icaaes City Coal at taw Whltebreast
Oakland Urm Co,
M. U Trester, lumber, lumber, lumbar,
lumbar, 1140 O street.
Mrs. Kate B. Cheney, teacher of singing,
room 60S, Brae block.
Sampson Sisters, artist io dress-making,
1196 N street, over Doraey's.
Prof, Johnson's ball is beautifully arrang
ed for club parties and banquets.
K C Baking Powder, 95 ounces for S3 cents.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tried Itl
"Getty V fine confections, fresh every day
at the Nutshell, Lansing theatre building.
Misses Boggs & Caffyn, dress making par
lors. Fine stamping. 1311 MBt., 'phone 510.
Miss Anna Dick, Modiste, cor, Uth & P sU.
"over Lincoln Havings bank, entrance on Pst.
Too Whltebreast Coal and Lime company
is always at the front supplying the finest
grades of all kinds of coal
MissCJ. Ouilmette, modiste, Brownell
Block, ovar" Miller ft Paiae, Complete line of
dress truaaaings and llulngs. Take elevator.
Wheujouhavea prescription to fill and
want greatest care and aocuraoy exercised in
compounding, take it to Rector's new phar
macy, earner Twelfth and N streets.
If you will make it a point never to gat a
Icture framed uuttl you have seen the Lin
coln Frame 4k Art Company's goods, you
will always get .the latest styles. Pi lea are
always the lowest.
Why have your horses feet butchered, have
atue horses and have them suffer I Take
them to Charlie Slattery1 new shop, 410
Boat Kleveath street, and such will never
he the case.
Cbas. Mattery, professions! horseshoer and
farrier. Diseases of the feet treated by the
latest sclsBtlia modes. Horses called for and
returned. 'New 'shop 410 South Elevouth
street, between K autLL.
On Monday me offer as a leader twelve
pieces crinkled crepe alligator r cloth audall
tfancv crecodlle aea es reduced from 1.25, at
05 ceuts a yard.
J. W. WiyuBii & Co.,
r ' 110UO afreet.
A large a brilliant reception was given by
tho llaydeu Art club. Tuesday evening, In
honor of MIm Barah Wool Moore, at tho state
capital senate chamber. Tim reception was
given her a n farewell. Mr. Frank II all In
troduced tho gliosis ti tho reception commit
Uw which wmslstrd of Mrs Moore, Mrs Norton,
Mr and Mrs N Harwood, Chancullnr and Mrs
James II Canllold, Mr and Mrs A J Hawyer,
Mr Henry Lewis, Mr Uhas L Alger, Mr and
Mrs A V B Hto vart, Mr and Mrs I) h llraoo,
PmreesornndMrsFMorey llodgmati, Mrs
I)r Iyil,, Mr and Mrs O II (lore. Prufersor
and Mrs Harbour. Particular commenda
tion Is duo to the entertainment com
inltteo of which Mrs. Frank Hall wns chair
tenn, and consisted ntmut twenty Indies, who
made overythmg iass pleasantly. Several
hundred gueetii were received during tho
evening. Tho brllllauuy of elect Ho llglita
mill fair guests tundo a most datxollng scone
of lienuty nnd grace. A full orchestra wns
In ntteudnuce ttirouKhont tho evening, niul
thu melodious sounds of their inuslo from
one corner of tho hall, wus wafted through
the room adding to the pleasure of nil. The
guests were reinicstwl to wear n bndgu with
tho iinme of tlurl fnvorlte nrtlstnnd his inns-U'r-pluce,
nnd till responded generously; so mo
of tliom tieiiig unliun nnd skillfully prepared.
A group of nbout thirty ladlra celebrated tho
memory of Columbus by wearing badges of
yellow, the Hmulsh celor, nnd choosing ns
their fnvorlto artist someone coutcuiorary
with Columbus. '1 hey also wore tho Bmii
Ulilacoinnutllln, which wns excetHllugly bo
louilug. A short programme was given.
Mr, I a) wis sKko of tho history of tho rluli,
how sovornl years ngo the club was -organ-iced
with seventy charter members nnd Mrs.
Mooro ns orgnulzor, nnd how it had been
arowlmr. both in membership nnd interest.
Mrs. Hnwyer unvo n briet reMiimo of the I
work of tho club fur tho coming year. MIsh
Moore and Mrs. McCounull gave brief talks
nbout nrtlsUrouUmpornry with Columbus.
Borne resolution wero offered In behalf of
Miss Morons a token of appreciation for her
valuable services. At a lata hour In tho
evening the reception closed. All tho guests
scorned thankful that Columbus wns not
laughed down by the lonmetl men ot tho
com t of Bln, nnd that Amerlcn, "the land
of tho free,'' was illscovored oven though It
was four hundred years ago.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T II, Heutoii threw open
their charming uud over htwpltublo home,
ltlllS F street, Wednesday' evening, on which
occasion they innugu'ratetl n mostumiiuo nnd
thoroughly pleasant club. Only u select few
of the "benuinomW wero present, consist
ing of a baker's dozen congenial ladles who
have formed themselves into a clique to be
known hereafter as the "Uoii-homle Cooking
Club." The club will moot once every two
weeks at tho respective homes of tho mem
bers, when four ot tho ladle wlfl bring with
them tho necessary viands to serve a
seven o'clock tea to tho other members and
their husbands. After the mysterious culi
nary efforts ot the ladle have been tested
and tho receipts given all around, the tables
are cleared away, and the hostess Is allowed
to choose her own diversion for the remain
der of the evening. This first night proved
a novelty, and It we nro to except the dec
laration ot tho guests present a authentic,
we may rely on a prosperous and successful
career of the "chefs" and the "bon homles."
The guests of tho evening were Messrs and
Mesdames H D Steams, C PTraphagan, C
A Keith, Myron Wheeler, J E Hlggs, F W
Helwlg, Dr W L Dayton, Shaw, W It Cam
bridge, C II Morrtl, B M Melick, L A Me-Candless.
rick, Preston, Dr. Dayton, Wolcott, K E
llrnwn. Allen. Messrs. Caldwell, Painter
nnd George Cook.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. Edward Hlggs onUi tallied
a large company of friends nt their coty lit
tle home on K street, last evening. I'rogres
slvo IiIkIi live wns the nil ntnorhlng pint time,
nnd tho most skillful plnyer wore abund
antly rewarded for their adroitness by re
ceiving dainty souvenir, which wore piece
of china, prottlly decorated ly Mrs. lUgg
Those enjoying tho nveiilng wero M ewers
nnd MndnmeII II l'.Urlek, Will roumct,
I'liolin Pnlue, Will Preston, H 1) Htenlns,
T II I Ion ton, C B Llppoucott, II It NMoy,
A II Weir, F A Hellwlg, O A Kloth, Will
Cambridge, Mark N Tllton, C It ImliotT,
A B Raymond, F A llrown, J A Swan, M A
Wnrren, Chns T Brown, F C Fisk. Cal
ThnmMon, O MTompson, Chas Ksefer, W
II MoArthur, A E Keunard, Hal Nortlmm,
A 1) Iliinii, Miss Fannlo Utbam, Mr T P
A wedding of Lincoln Interest occurred nt
Cleveland, Ohio, last week which united tno
lives and foriuuen of Mis Mabel Hyines of
that city nnd Mr. Charles E. Hall. Tho
wedding ooctirred In theBuierlor street-llap
tlst church, solcmnlrud by Itev. Hart. Four
ushers and two bridesmaid' wero In attend
ance. Mendelssohn' wedding march was
played throughout tho ceremony nud the
churcn wns beautifully decorated. A In lllinut
reception nt the homo ot the bride's parents
followed tho ceremony the houso being
tastefully nrrauged and decorated with roses.
The bride wore an elegant costumo of whlto
faille fraucalse with jiearl trimmings. Tho
happy couple have arrived homo nud begin
housekeeping under muplctous circum
stances. Mrs. A. H. Tnllnit ontertalnod a Joyous
company of Juvenlto friends Saturday after
noon In honor of her little dnughter, Mnrle,
who celebrated her sixth birthday anniver
sary. 1 ho parlor were tnstcfully decorated
with dolls of nil kinds nnd descriptions.
Dolls wero hidden nil over the hoimo which J
the little girls hunted for nud carried nwny
us prizes. A dainty supper wns served nt
small table which will make, all present re
member thu dolt leceptioii for n lung time.
Dolls wero found In the enko nnd on the
tables. Those enjoying the afternoon were
Ague uud Wllma Cuwbeer, Clara Mills,
Anna Cilm, Hazel Ileulon, Ruth llryau,
Ethel ltlgnoll, Nellie McPherson, Florence
Irvine, Gird Hamilton, Grace Stewart.
Tlioopening party of the F btrect club will
bo given this evening by Mr. nnd Mi. Hel
wlg, nt their new homo on F street. Pio-
givtHlvo hlgh-llvo will bo the camu ot the
evening to nlworb the Interest or the guests.
The membeisof the club nro Dr nnd Mrs C
11 Manning, Mr nnd Mi F A llrown, Mr
nud Mr TlpUiig, Mr nnd Mr Bohus, Mr nnd
Mrs Wan en, Draud Mr Cnsebcer, Mr and
Mrs Mills, Mr und Mr Clark, Mr and Mr
Hlbuer, '.Mrim Mr Swan, Mr and Mr
Auitln, Mr Fred Hulchlns, Mr M I A liken.
The Invited guest nro Mcwer andjMesdamo
Altken, lientou, Frntk Mnritius, John
Mnilttus, U E Moore, Holm W Lelcr,
Mlse Graco Altkeu, Gertiude Altken and
A very pleasant social won given nt the
Plymouth church, Wednesday evening, un
der the combined efforts of the Ladies Aid
Society nnd tho Y. P. B. C. E., when each
member who had pledged th emselve to earn
a dollar gitvo a description with plans
and specifications, written in rhyme. After
the foast for the mind came a feast for the
Inner man, which was justaa hoartlly parta
ken of as hnd lieon in It predocoasor. Suf
fice It to say, several dollar were raised and
evi ry one went homo well pleased with' the
Miss Daisey Cochrane entertained a few
friends informally at her home Monday even
ing. Tho houso was illuminated with candles
and pumpkins, giving a wolrd effect. The
conventional Halloween games wero in
dulged In, Including fortune telling, looking
into the future, questioning ot fate. Those
present wero Messr. George and Frank
Stelner, George Cullon, Harry Evans, Ed
gar Ragau; Misses Blanche Garten, Grace
Hunslnger, Mlnulonud Tot Millar and Grace
Mr. F. A. Mnuloy Is visiting his parents.
Mr. C. L. Tnlinago left Snturdny for Don-
Dr, Geo. O, W. Faruham Cures
chronic, blood, heart, liver, lunj, rectal,
skin, mole, female ami nervous disease.
lllobard block, Ltacou, Neb.
Miss Maud Burr entertained n number ot
friends Saturday evening nt her elegant
home on D street In honor of her friend, Mlna
Ella Toutalln, ot Chicago. The company
comprised the members of "The Singing
School," which Is an informal company of
congenial friends who held meetings through
out last winter and under the competent
leadership of Mr. Frank Kenning the mem
bers realized not only benefit but a great
amount of pleasure. The meeting with Miss
Burr was the first one of the season, and to
say that all present spent a delightful even
ing does not halt express It, The evening
was devoted to musio informally and hap
piness reigned supreme. Charming refresh
ments were served. Regular meeting will
be held tills winter same as last. Those pres
ent were Misses Martha Funke, Kittle Cowd-
cry, Theo Laws, Fay Marshall, Olivo Latta,
Bertie Burr, Henrietta Hollowbush, Marga
ret Baird, Mansfield ot Peora. and Ella Tout
alln of Chicago; Messrs. Fred Howe, Lew
Marshall, C. Y. Smith, Frank Zehrung,
Ernest Funke, Frank Hathaway, Charles
Hollowbush, Lieut. Pershing, Matufleld, C.
II. Clarke, Frank Polk and Frank Burr.
Sorosls met Monday afternoon with' Mrs ,
J. II. Cnnfleld. The meeting was led by Mis
Moore, who took as her toplo "The Standing
ot Women as Artists," Miss Moore ably re
viewed the sphere ot women iu arts from the
earliest times. Woman has not figured very
conspicuously In art, uot so much so as in
thi field ot literature and on li9 stage. The
chief exception to this is Rosa Bonheur,
Miss Mooru was assisted by Mrs. C And eld,
who reviewed the life of Rosa Bonheur, and
Mrs, Hodgeman who considered Surah Horn
hart ns an artist. If she would devote her
time to art as to the stage she would un
doubtedly create n much a fervor as an art
ist as she does as an actress. Her opln ion
and judgment of picture and sculpturing Is
considered very valuable, Rosa Bonbeiir
has undergone many privation and h ard-
ships to obtalu her artist eduo atton, because
the renowned studio are uot opn to woine-i
as to men. The afternoon's program was
very Instructive as well as lntenvitlug. The
next meeting will bo held at the home ot Mr.
Hodgeman, when Mrs. J. P, Maule will dis
cuss a century of American literature,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Thompson very pleas
antly entertained the, Hon Fit club, with
friends, Tuesday vming. Eight tables were
surrounded b'y-aiiuuated high, live players,
all ot whom woiked with a vim to win. At
the close of the evening the first royal pri
ses, solid silver souvenir spoons, were
awarded to Dr, Appelant and Mr. I). E.
Tliomon, nnd the second, also houveulr
spoons, to Mr Hulburt and Mrs, Keifer. At
a late hour In tho evening tho guesu took
leave of their host and hostess and were all '
able to say, from the heart, that they had
had a "lovely" time. The members .ot the
club, together with fileiuls, were Messrs, and
Meulame Hlllmeyer, Cowdery, Hulburt,
Keniwrd, S E Moore, R E Moore, F W Bald
win, A M Heard, Bignell, W U Wilson, Dr.
Tucker, J II Clarke, Dr. Appe Igate, Keith,
Rlggs, D E Thompson, C il Thumpsiiii. Pat-
The many friends of M rs. J. G. Wads
worth fool the keenest regret that Lincoln Is
to be deprived of her cultivated, sweet voice.
What will be our loss will be an oqual gain
to the people ot Council Bluffs, but that
does not reconcile Llncolnltes to the change,
for besides being a charming singer Mrs.
Wadsworth is a most estimable lady who
has won many friends by her kindly nature
and christian spirit.
A merry company ot congenial friends
met at the home of Miss Bessie Gehew, Mon
day evening, to enjoy the pleasures ot Hal
lowe'en games. All sorts ot Hallowe'en
pleasures, both old and tie w, were indulged
In until a late hour, by Misses Jo Winger,
Ltbble Seicrest, Flo Winger, Bailie Grnh,
Maud Relssor, Stella Elliot and Ella Ray
As a result ot our ami ouncement last week
to furnish each new subscriber with a beau
tiful souvenir spoon, 73 new names were ad
ded to our list this week. The announce
ment showing illustrations of Columbus,
Worlds Fair, Y. P. B. C. E Epwortu League,
and other spoons, will re-ippear in our uext
At the Pleasant Hour club meeting, Sat
urday afternoon, the contract for musio was
let to Irvine' orchestra. This Is certainly a
dererved compliment to Mr. Irvine ami his
excellent orchestra. The Metropolitan, a
newly oigauized dancing club, has also en
gaged Irvine's musio for the season.
The young woman's department of the
Woman's Christian asiojlut Ion, held a re
ception Wednesday evening, nt the homo of
Ml Cora Hardy. In spite of tho incemency
ot the weather, a good number was present
and all spent a delightful evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Leona id leave today
for an extended trip through the northwest.
After visiting Washington and Oregon, they
go south through California and return
home via. New Mexico nud Texas, expecting
to reach Lincoln about February Hist.
Pay up your arrears on Tun Couiimi and
a year In advance and we will give you a
beautiful souvenir spoon woi th '-'.
Mr. John Knight Is entertaining Mrs. Leo
Mr. George G, Wnlte Is visiting In Jackson
Mr. F. II. Klrkendnlo left Saturday for
Corning, N. Y.
Mis Anna Funko is entertaining Mlsi
Mansfield of Peora, III,
Mis Ida Leister spent part ot tho week
with rotative In Beatrice
Mrs. T. Wing, nccompaulud by her dnugh
ter, left Friday for Chicago.!
Mr. N.S. Bngonnd Mis Mablo Sago left
Sunday for Saginaw, Michigan.
Mrs. Anderson of Knnsa City, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. John P. Mnulo.
Tho Holt Fit club will bo ontortalned by
Mrs. II. F. Cowdery on tho olghth.
Miss May Cogswell ot Oswego, N. Y , Is
visiting her brother, Mr. J. D. Cogswoll.
MissVergio Pace left Friday for Belle
ville, III,, where alio Is now attending school .
Mr. M. S. Hollowbush and dnughter, Miss
Henrietta, left Sunday for Jacksonville, III.
Mis Kittlo Bablo loft Saturday for Port
land, Ore., to siend tho winter on tho west
Mr. W, C. Housor has gouo to Jnuesvillo,
Wisconsin, for a month' visit with frlonds
Mr. M. O. Rosonberger loft Baturday for
her homo In Cnrrolton, Mo., nfter n pleasant
weeks visit with friends.
Tho Pleasant Hour club' Initial party Fri
day evening will bo in form ot a reception to
Mr Charles E. Hall nud brido.
Thn souvenir spoon premiums offered by
The CotmtKHfornow subscriber is furnish
ing n boom for this family nowspnper,
Mr. L. W. Hllllngtloy enmo home Suudnv
from Indiana wheroho was cnllod on account
nt thu death ot hi sister, Mrs. Williams.
Dr. H. M. Everett nud A. C. Xeimer loft
Inst night for Denver on ImslnesH In connec
tion with theSulpher Sallno bath houso.
Mr. I. R. Sherwln, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Carl Funke, for tho past
week, left Hnturday for his homo In Wichita,
A complementary ten will bo givou to Mis
Sarah Wool Moore, Wnlumlny evening, by
the ladles of Sorosls, at tho hemo of Mrs.
W. Q. Hell.
Mis. Cummlngs of Clear Wnter, Minn.,
arrived in Lincoln Saturday nnd w 111 be thu
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Luna at 1200 A
street for a few dnjs,
Miss Ella Touzalin ot Chicago, who has
been visiting friend and renewing acquaint
ance in tho city for two weeks, expects to
return to her homo today.
Mr. nnd Mi-. O. M. Ramey left Saturdny
for their home In Cheyenne after a pleasant
visic oi several wcok witu tiieir parents, 11 r
and Mr. J. E. R. Millar.
Hov. Goo. Hludloy, H. D., of Weeping
Wnter, will deliver a lecture Tuesday night,
on tho subject "Will 1 1 Tnko," nt tho Ply
mouth church, corner 17th and A street.
Mr. F. T. Pelrson and wife, tho evangelist
from Prlncton who has won so much admir
ation In thn short time that he ha been hero,
left Monday evening for Baltimore to hold a
series of meeting.
The Beta literary club held a social gath
ering at the home ot Mir. F, M. Van Brunt,
on Tuesday afternoon. Tho clrclo will meet
again Tuesday at which tlmo a pleating
program will bo given,
The Eugloslde club mot with Mrs. S. B .
Pound, yesterday afternoon. The after
noon wo duvoted to the discussion of cur
rent events. All present had a pleasant a
well a a profitable time.
Tho girls of the junior class ot tho State
university wore pleasantly entertalnod at
the home of Miss Nellie Falkner, Monday
evening. All sorts of Hallowe'en sports
were engaged in, nud an appropriate supper
Miss May C. Hohmtn, after a five month
tour of the principal cities of Europ e, has re
turned horn:. The party with whom Miss
Hohman traveled were friends from Cedar
Rapids, la., and Brooklyn, a most delightful
time being had by each of the tourist.
Mr. H. M. Scott, foreman ot the Lincoln
Transter company, and Miss Carrie Kooutz
were united In moarriage Sturday evening at
the resldonce of the bride's parents, Rev. F.
S. Stein officiating. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of a number of friends
i 4 1
"MIK TIME IS NOW AT HANDf-
f HMJtcu Qfoswit firtbu
Wnnts to buy her Gloves to match her
dresses. Willi this object In view wc have
purchased n stock of Kid Gloves, which
for Its nrlcty of styles nnd similes, was
never shown before. Wc can match
every color, may it be dark or light.
We call special attention to a New Stove
THE JOSEPHINE SEAMLESS
For which wc have the exclusive sale, This Is nn article made of the
best French Kid, without senilis on either side of the hand and conse
quently cannot rip where most objectionable. Please call nnd Inspect
tlicin nnd sec for yourselves that wc can please everybody, whether you
wish to buy n pair for 9S cents or the most expensive one.
1023 O Street.
Ik. ail ;! '.; nam '!! iiaii :
'.wis! ia rrosXi'.aiiLiissiii 'iimmw.Huvan
We Want Your Feet
Not to Keep but to put Shoes on.
We have tk Many "SHOES" -You the Few !
Can wc help you, and you us?
Ladies1 Piccadilla hand sewed Shoes.
Party, Opera and Dancing Slippers.
Children's hand sewed Shoes. .easy on the feet they please.
"Our prices arc right."
Let us Shoe
J. Speier, the Shoe Mart
1015 O Street Nisbet's old Stand.
Mrs. J, H. Bell has returned from tho east
after a two weeks visit, du-ilng which time
the leading hair dressing resorts and hair
goods emporiums were visited, in conse
quence ot which Mrs. Bell's parlors on Four
teenth street now contain many new novel
ties never tiefore seen in Lincoln.
The Entre Nous club was very pleasantly
entei tallied by Mr. and Mrs, J. Edward
Riggs last week, Tho prizes were dainty
piece of china, decorated by Mr. Hlggs.
Tho Crst royals wore carried away by Mr.
and Mrs. O, M. Thompson, while the seconds
consoled Mrs. El Slzer and Dr. Dayton.
Trester has the prettiest display ot any
dealer in Lincoln at 1140 O street.
will bo convinced It Is not necessary for
to use your IliiRors, your apron or your
can buy HANKEROHIEFS at tho prices
will 11 ml them oncred nt by that
1236 O STREET,
60, 8c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25o, &Sc, 40i, 00c, t)0c, 75o, 1 1. 00 each.
One hundred dozen ladies' hand Inltin
handkerchiefs, narrow hem worth liO cents
or Monday at 5cents each. No such values
ever offered before.
J. W. Winokh & Co.,
1100 O street.
Don't be found
without a pair of
when the floors
You never have had 'em?
You've missed it, I ken;
For those who have had 'em
Will had 'cm again.
1 129 O Street.
ED. G. YATES.
Mrs. Gosper lends In millinery, ns she al
ways has, Tho new Invoice of flue pattern
hats just received convinces every 0110 more
than ever of that fact.
(Js?d in JTiIltont of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
FULL SET OE TEETH $6.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
NO CHLOROFORM I NO ETHER I NO GAS!'
All Filling-a at Lowest Rates.
Dr. H. K. KBRMAN,
Surgeon Dentfit, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Blk.
Five Per Cent, on Deposits
Lincoln Saving Bank and Safe Deposit Go.
S. E.Cor. 1 Ith and P Streets
Boxes to Rent in afe Deposit Vaults.
llhNUY E. I.KW1H, President a. I'. H.HmWAKT, Vlce-Prcs. H.WKI.OII.T
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