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CMPITKL CITV COURIIR,
POPULATION OF LIMCOLH 60,000.
rnf 10th and P .
earor a larie Una of Woolte
a4 Okanmbl Bllki, HmImt, Ceneta,
uafttrwtari tilofts, UatloM,
Agents for Buttcrick's Patterns
Tlie Courlar Can ! rotiml At
otal Lincoln Newi Hlaml.
Wlndaor Hot) New Hlaml.
Capital Hotel Nawa Htanit.
lUd Dum Clf ar Hiiir, l(U0 o Htrtet
Sd. Youn, vn O Htrcet.
Claaon. rielohur A Co., MM O Htrcet.
Moore's NowiHtaml. lift Houtli 11th Htroct.
UOUHIRM Oltlco, 1131 O Htwt.
Taken up on or ntwrnt Urn flral of Novem
ber, onn dnrk brown pony about ilx yenra
old. WclBli about iiIiio luiiulrcil pouiuli
Mid li about tlilrlron ImtiiU hlfli. Owner
can barn aamo by proving properly and pur
ine cliartei by cnlflui at my plncc, John It.
Clark (arm, one and onehnlrinlloniouth-eiMt
cf Normal College, r 1). DkLonu,
are now being offcted by
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
137 ... O Street ... 1137
lcal and Personal.
WhltobroftHt Coal and Ltnio Co.
Lincoln Coal Co., aw cor 11th and O St.
L. Darr, Jewolor, romovod to 1201 0 St.
Lluooln Framo & Art Co., 225 S. 11th.
Cowlc, undertaker, Funko 110 S. 12th.
Canon City coal at tho Whltobroast
Coal and Llmo Co.
Chas. S. MoKonny, tho East Lincoln
drugglit, 2712 O Btroot.
Mm. Wilson for flno dressmaking at
felerpolshelmbr & Co.
Book Springs Coal at tho Lincoln
Coal Co. 'Phone 440.
.W. A. Coffin & Co., grooers, 143
South Eleventh atreoi.
Sampson Slstors, artlstlo dress mak
ing, 1123 N street, over Dorsoy's.
For Sunday dinner supplloa call at
Haltor'a market, 210 N 10th at. Phoho
K. O. Baking Powdor, 25 ounces for
25 cents. Absolutely Puro. Havo you
Mlseos Boggs and CafTyn, dross mak
ing parlors. Flno Btamplng. 1311 M
atroot, 'phono 510.
All orders via tolophono 308 will
.reach W. A. Coffin As Co. and receive
prompt and careful attention.
Why pay ovorbltant prices for stand
ard works when you can buy thorn so
cheap at the Exposition book storo.
Tho Whltobroast Coal and Llmo
oompany is always at tho front supply
ng the flnost grade of all kinds of
The only entirely fresh stock of gro
ceries in town has Just been opened by
Miller & Gilford, at 1200 O street, op
posite Burr block.
All' kinds of Imported chooses, flnost
and largest assortment over seen in tho
city, at Bumhold & Mosor's, 043 O
atroot. 'Phono 728.
Whon you want fresh, nlco poultry,
game, butter and eggs, call at Bumhold
Ac Modor'a now store, 310 South Elovonth
stroot. 'Phono 728.
MUw O. J. Guilmotto, modlato,
Brownell Block, over Miller & Paine.
Complete lino of dress trimmings and
llalngs. Tako elevator.
Ladles mako big monoy canvassing
for tho Capital City Courier. If
you want nlco, profitable work call at
tho offlco, 1134 O stroot.
Mrs. Wilson, tho modiste at Horpol
shelmor's, is now showing tho now
spring fashion plates and ladies will do
well to como and soo them.
Miller & Gffford's now grocery, 1200
O street, is now open and ready for
business. Don't forgot tho location,
formerly tho Loadpr store, opposite
Why havo your horses foot butch
ered, have lamo horaeq and havo thom
writer? Tako them to Charlie Slat-
atery's new shop, 043 O street, and
, such will never bo tho case.
. Save all bother of borrowing chairs
mmA tables from vour neiarhbora. Olvo
Hardy & Pitchor orders to have somo
of their new onos with you for your
Best party. Thoy deliver and call and
Chat. Slattery, professional horso
akloer and farrier. Diseases of tho feet
treated by the latest scientific modes,
ones oallei for im& returned. New
JttPi 411 ateuth Eleventh street, be
MUw, triamlatt, 4reaaood, cloaks,
JwU wrap tarfeet Uaea Mt4 rarest pat
tomet erpeiehelaw k Co.
Of Inter t lo Mankind
No nnnoitnconidiit that ThkCouhwu
could mnko to ltd Rontloinon remltim
would bo roculvud with raoro wtlliiftw
tlon nnd ploanuro llinn to know that a
now and aolld tallorlnpr ontnbUnhinont
has boon oponod In this city. Huoh Ih
tho ciiho and from UiIh on "Tlio llald
win Company," mi lnoorwrnUd orunn
Irntlon will, no to HjMjak, Ik) "titrlotly In
It" when lino tailoring In in domain).
Tlio Ualdwln comiiany whh organized
liwt wcok and hn in Kh iiioiuWh hoiiio
of our IwHt known nnd wonUhluat cltl
oiiH. P, W. Uiihlwln In tho iiroHldoiit,
W, L. Dayton, vlco (iroHldunl, MhMmou
H. lialdwln noorolnry nnd troiiHiiror,
and V. 8. ItulTniau iiinniiKor. Tlio
company linn puroliuHod tho tttook, mol
will nnd llxliirort of Mr. Gcoro W.
Plxohor nod rotnlnud him for tho po
rtion of lUwlKiior and cuttor.
Tho company, llko lta prodocoHnor,
oxpootH to cator to tho Uncut tnido Iwth
horo and throughout tho hUUo, but will
iiIbo Ik) equally woll prepared tohnndlo
tho popular run of patronajjo that Hooka
doHlrnblo uiiMtom mado trnrinuntM at a
inudlum price. To moot thlx demand
"Tho Ualdwln Company" will have an
oxtctiHlvo lino of wooIciih that It will bo
proparod to niako up at prlceH within
tho reach of all. Thoy will recolvo tho
namo particular caro and attention that
Ih glvon tho hlghoHt priced work and
will bo turned out with a Ming fit and
othcrwlHO thoroughly in keeping with
tho reputation otttubllHhod by Mr. Huff
man and mttttnlnod by Mr. FUhcr.
Tho company Ih tho tttrongont, llnnn
dally, in tho ulnto nnd having amplo
capital, combined with tho moat expe
rienced tuiiniigomont and every facility
at hand to conduct n nucccHstul tailor
ing biidlnoHH, It gooa without wiylng
that "Tho Ualdwln Company" will be
como popular from tho Htiirt and Ih cor
talnly worthy of every consideration of
The Columbia Tallnrlnir Co. lleopened.
Hundreds of people thnt frequent O
Btrect woro Bomcwhnt surprlHod Tuos
dny morning to find that tho well
known Columbln Tailoring Co. had ro
oponed. Tho windows had been hand
somely rearranged and tho intorior of
tho store was In as neat and artistic
trim as over before A CouniKlt re
porter somewhat Inquisitive oh to tho
sudden ohungo in affairs stepped In nnd
had u talk with Mnnngor Saundorson,
who soon convinced tho writer thnt tho
Columbia Tailoring Co. was by no
moans a thing of tho past in Lincoln,
but fully abreast of tho times with a
largo and magnificent now lino of
woolons on hand. "You can Bay to
your renders, " Bald Mr. Saundorson,
"that ovory inch of tho old stock has
boon taken out and that all tho goods
you soo horo arc onttroly now and of
tho 1803 patterns. Besides this I am
expecting, at tiny timo now, a largo
lino of tho very finest worsteds and
other superior grades of pantaloons and
suitings and thoy ought to bo horo now.
This lino when all in will represent tho
nobbiest and most comploto lino of ar
tlstlo patterns and materials over shown
Tho goods now in wore just being ar
ranged an I from present indications
tho Columbia pooplo will cortalnly
continue to do a rushing buslnoss. Tho
storo located at 1134-36 O stroot is tho
largost of iU kind in tho city and with
Buoh methods and prices as tho firm
employs, will got a big Bharo of trade.
A New Iry Gooda Ktnpotlum.
Lincoln ladles aro over on tho nlort
for something now and for anything
that will bring them now nnd protty
things to adorn their stylish figures.
Thorofor tho announcement that an
other now dry goods storo is about to
open will bo of Bpoclal interest to each
and every ono of tho readers of tho
Courier's big feminine family. Tho
namo of tho now applicant for tho pub
lic's favors is Mr. E. C. Robertson and
tho now location is at 11th and N
Btroots, in tho storo rooontly vacated
by MoArthur h Son, druggists. Tho
store, which is a largo and handsomo
ono, will be tho lightest in tho city,
whilo tho stock is ono of tho largest
and most varlod that Lincoln now con
tains. Tho oponlng occurs Monday
and doubtless tho ladles will all bo'
Tho undorslgncd hereby gives notlco
that ho will not bo responsible for no
pay, any dobt Incurred by employers,
oxcopt thoso for which an order is
glvon irarsonally signed by him. This
rule Is imporatlvo. L. Wehsel, Jr.
Lincoln, Neil, Fob. 20, 1893.
It Is to bo rogrottod that tho capit
alists of Lincoln cannot find confidence
sufficient to enablo thom to put tho
West Lincoln packing houses in active
operation. Ono of thom has boon oper
ated on a small scalo during tho past
two years and tho gentlemen who
havo conducted tho buslnoss havo made
it profitable. Their investment hav
realized a handsomo dlvldond. With
greater capital tho proportion of profit
would havo been oven greater. Tho
ohancos aro, however, that unless thoro
la material docroaso in tho prico of
hogs, thoro will not bo so much pack
ing done at west Lincoln during tho
coming year as thoro was during last,
as it will tako a much heavier capital
to do tho same amount of work, and
tho chances of realizing is not so great.
It has novor yot boon oxplalnod so
clearly that all con boo, why, whilo
heavy pocking oporatlons can bo profit
ably carried on at South Omaha, Sioux
City, Kansas City and other adjocont
points, two immoaso packing bouses
and their adjoining stock yards, repre
senting a heavy Investment of capital,
can profitably bo allowed to remain
Idle In West Lincoln.
Mr. O. A. Mohrenstecher of H. Hor
pohhelraer & Co., has just returned
from New York where he secured a
mostelegeat Use of drew gooda and
Ilka for tbe popular Exposition stores.
Mr. M. A. Nowmark, tho Globe
olothler, has rotumed from St. Louis.
Mrs. M. Woll, after spondlng a Bhort
but delightful visit with Holton, Kns.,
relatives, returned Wednesday.
Secretary Jordan of the Lincoln
Printing Co. Is rejoicing over tho ad
vent of a bright now baby at his homo
Mrs. C. 1). Pitcher gives n dinner
party this afternoon In honor of her
sister Miss Mary Pitcher of lthlca,
Mr. Max Kohn of tho firm Block fc
Kohn left Wednesday for Now York to
purchase additional spring Block for
tho Progressive dry goods emporium.
Mr. 1). Goldberg, after spending a
pleasant visit with Chicago relations,
Is once more at home. Ho reports tho
Chicago storo of tho firm of D. Wise tc
Co. as prosjwrous and very busy.
Miss Hell nnd Miss Clara Boll, who
have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chidestor for tho past two weeds, re
turned to their homo In Chicago, Mon
day. Miss Boll has n book In print by
Harper Hros. that will bo Issued about
March 1, 1803.
Misses Jennie nnd Nolllo Fisher, two
young ladles of Denver who havo boon
visiting Miss Naomi Weaver for tho
past five weeks, left Wednesday for tho
south, whore they will spend somo time
visiting. Miss Woavor accompanied
them as fnr as Omaha.
Hnppy Harry Hall nnd nil on ac
count of n visitor, an after dinner ora
tor that arrived at his homo at 1 p. in.
Tuesday. Its a female of tho hand
somest typo, is halo and hearty nnd nil
hands around tho Hull rosiuenco aro
jubilant. Mrs. Hull and baby aro pros
About tho silliest thing tho council
has attempted lately is tho rogulutton
of tho financial affairs of city em
ployes by requiring tho latter to pay
their dobtu. It Is woll enough for tho
council to Insist that, city employes
shall bo honest and above suspicion, but
ovon such a requirement Is often moro
than tho pooplo havo exacted of thom
in thoir own behalf. It Is sad to reflect
that somo of tho very men who aro so
zealous to soo employes pay thoir debts
are not always free from suspicion.
A very pleasant surprlso wosarralng
ed by Mrs. C. P. Barras at thoir resi
dence, 1445 E stroot Tuesday ovonlng,
tho occasion being in honor of Mr.
Barras' birthday. As usual Mr.fDarras
had boon invited out and a moro com
ploto surprlso novor awaited man on
an occasion of this character. Cards
was tho Bourco of amusement of tho ov
onlng, followed by a most delicious col
lation served at tho card tables. Tho
following frlonds and relatives woro
presont: Messrs. and Mosdamos J. A.
Conger, O J Wilcox, J J Walters, Lano
Walters, John Leister, Dr. Chaso, and
Misses Morlam Housoworth, Mary Mil
burn, Eva Bonos, Mrs.- Auntlo'Uhl and
Messrs. J. M. Elliott, E. I. Barras, Mas
ter Chos. Barras.
To let tke facta
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparllla, ask tho
people who tako this modlclno, or road
tho testimonials often publlshod in this
paper. Thoy will cortalnly convince
you that Hood's Sarsaparllla possossos
unequalled morit, and that Hood's
Have You Anything to Trad
for Hastings real ostato? I havo two
blocks woll located in Spencer Bros'.
Park addition and I will consider prop
osltlons to trado for almost anything.
Address L. WobboI, Jr., caro of Courier.
Tho Exposition book storo has now
tho largost and most comploto lino of
Bibles and Hymnols to bo found in tho
west and at prices that dofy all com
Honry M. Loavitt, tho coal dealer
does not havo to give chromos with his
ooal. It sells itsolf. Phono 300. Of
flco, 1133 O Btroot.
No such lino of canned frulta in tho
city as shown by W. A. Coffin & Co.,
143 South Elovonth Btroot.
K. C. Baking Powdor, 23 ounces for
25 conts. Absolutely puro. Havo you
Whon you wont prompt sorvico and
fair treatment and tho selection from
tho largest stock of groceries in Lin
coln call on W. A. Collin & Co., suc
cessors to J. Miller, 143 South Elovonth
Beautiful souvenir spoons aro now
being glvon to now subscribers to tho
Courier. Presont subscribers may
also socuro ono of thoso handsomo pre
miums by paying a year In advanco and
arrears, If uny. Thoso aro not cheap
trashy spoons,, but just tho samo as
jewelers sell for $2 or moro.
David P. Sims, dontist, rooms 42 and
43 Burr block.
W. A. Coffin Si Co. havo just addod
tho largost und flnost lino of fancy
groceries to bo found In tho city. Ro
inombor this whon buying your holiday
the Mljr Fiire. Cream of Tartar Powder. No Aamoaia; No Alaa.
Um4 in Million! of Homti 40 Years the StmncUdL
CAN YOU RUN IN
SILKS, DRESS GOODS AND WRAPS.
We have never shown half as good a line
before and have a specialty of single pat
terns in styles unique and unusual.
HERPOLSHEIMER A CO.
NEBRASKA'S OWN FOOD PRODUCTS-
The Quail llrnud or Cereal Take a Front
Heat at the Manufacturer! Winter Car
nival ThU 'Week.
Tho throng of city and stato visitors
at tho Manufacturers' nomo Patronago
Carnival this wook havo had sufficient
couso to fool proud of this groat Btato
and of tho products of Its oxcollont
soil. Tho goods turned out by tho Ne
braska City Cereal mills wore exhib
ited on tho lowor floor, whilo on tho
third floor tho W. C. A. ladles woro
froely dispensing tho sovoral dolloioua
viands. Tho company has made a
wondorful reputation in a compara
tively short tlmo on thoir woll-known
Quail brand of parched rolled oats,
volvet meal, corn grits and solf-ralslng
grlddlo-cako flour, tho morlts of each
bolng woll established throughout tho
west and as far cast as Chicago.
Tho mills, located at Nebraska City,
aro tho largest in tho stato and thoir
dally output runs up into tho hundreds
of barrels and thousands of packages.
Tho coroals aro all homo grown and
tho mills aro entirely owned and con
trolled by homo capital, tho gentlemen
interested having put all energy and
faith in thoso goods and tho results
havo oxcoodod their ovory anticipa
tion. Quail brand coroals aro no longor
an experiment, but a staple commodity
in tho culinary department of ovory
houso, homo, restaurant and hotol.
Tho demand ovorywhoro has boon
enormous and all grocers hav6 been
compollod to koep a lino of "Quail"
Closing to a succosful week's exhibi
tion tho oompany will exhibit thoir pro
ducts today at tho popular now grocory
of Mlllor & Glfford, 1217 O stroot, oppo
site tho Burr block, nnd at C. H. Roh
man's grocory,el032 O street, whore
cooks will bo found to show tlio morit
of tho goods, how thoy aro mado and
how economical thoy aro usod. Lodlos
of Lincoln aro all invited to call and
soo a demonstration of Nebraska goods
mado by Nebraska mon and cookod by
It is now stated for publication by no
loss a poraonago than C. W. Moshor
hlmsolfthat tho movement whoroby
his rolatlvoB woro to put up $100,000 to
socuro his reloaso has tallon through,
and it looks as if Moshor must faoo his
mlsdoods boforo tho bar of worldly jus
tice Thoro was a sonsationol scare tho
mlddlo of tho wook bocauso of a rumor
that Moshor was likoly to quietly pull
out Bomo dark night for Australia,
which ho could easily do, as no ono ovor
boos him outsldo his own ologant homo,
and fow ovon thoro, and ho would not
probably bo missed for somo tlmo. But
Moshor donlos that ho has any such In
tention, and says that ho has had plonty
of opportunities to oscapo If ho so de
sired. Ho doesn't want to go. Ho Is
determined to faco tho muslo and tako
All juvonllo books Including chattor
boxos, Grandma's- Favorlto, Daisy
Kltton, Young Folks' Tour of tho
World aro bolng sold now ut cut prices
at tho book dopartmont In tho Exposi
Ilurllnclnn Itoute l'laylns Card.
Now doslgn, round cornora floxlblo
llnon stock, pormanont colors, worth
50 conts. Wo soil thom at 15 conts.
Good schomo to buy a fow packs; migni
nood thom this wlntor; ouohro, whist
A. C. Ziemer, City Pass. Agt.
Have you soon tho beautiful collec
tion of Silks, Dress Goods and Fancy
Goods Novoltlos at H. Horpolsholraor
AND SEE OUR
MILLER & GIFFOR .
EXCLUSIVE CASH GROCERY
OFFERS AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF
Fancy Peeled Peaches 35c per lb.
Fancy Prunells 25c " "
Extra Fancy Head Rice 8 1-3 "
Imported Sardines, 20c " can with kev
A Full Line of Batavia Fruit and Vegetables
Strictly Pure Maple Syrnp.
Strictly Pure Buckwheat.
HEALTH FOOD 5
Gluten Flour, 20 lb. in sack $1.00.
Wheatna 2 1-2 lb. pack'gs ready in 2 n utes Oc
Peerless Entree Wheat Food.
Foulds Wheat Germ Meal.
Good Teas and Coffees. Pure Spices
1211 0 STREET. Pff d& 74.
YATES' SHO i SAL t
"A Big Dividend Payi . c msct.YorYou
Regular $4.00 and $5.00 Go ds to go in this mle
$3.00 PER PAIR.
500 PAIRS MENS' WELT-SHOES.
$5.00 Calf and Kangaroo to be Closed out at
$3.75 PER PAIR.
& You Have Twenty Days in which to invest your money
at these prices.
1 129 O Street. D. G. YATES.
YOU CAN SAVE
if bought in the next thirty days at
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE,
Corner Tenth and O Streets.
& 5fiattce for &tt
A FULL SBT OF TEETH FOR $5,00'
THE BEST faETS FOR ..' $8,00
Teeth Extracted) no chloroform cAll Fillings at.
without Pain. ) no gas ( Lowest Prices.
DR, H. K. KERMAN, Surgeon Dentist,
Rooroi 94, 95nd 96, Burr Block,
Open Daj and Night
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