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CHP1THL CITY COURIER
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POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000,
if IOtt nd P Stroet.
ow Mionlnp 11 iitruo iiiu of
In every itcpnrtiiieut.
nm:ss coons, link.nh,
Agents f" IhittorieU's Patterns.
11. R. NlSSLl'Y & CO.
Tha Courlrr Ciui tin Found At
tlntrl Lincoln Now Htntiil.
WlmUor Hold Now Hlnml.
I'Hpllnl llotl Ncv Htntnl.
liril inula CUiir Wore, lirjuO Hired
Kil. Yoiimt, 1207 O HI reel.
Clmioli. Kletolier A Co.. MM O Htreot.
Monro'liNcwABtntiil.lIrt Hotltli lllh Htrcot.
CoUlllKll Ofllee, 1131 O Hlreit.
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
Tlio mulomlKiiril hereby slvos notion Hint
lio will not Ih, r')inlliU fur or pny nny
bebt Incurred by employe, exoept Mono for
which an order U nlvon pernoimlly bIkiu'i! !'
lilni. Thin rulo U imperative,
LlM'oi. ., nkii., Fob. So, 1813.
Lrnl unit Personal.
WhitubraiiMt Coal and Llmo Co.
Lincoln Coal Co., hw cor 1 1th and O St.
L. Burr, juwolor, romovotl to 1201 0 St.
Lincoln Frame, & Art Co., '1'X S. 11th.
Cowlo, undertaker, Funko 110 S. 12th.
Canon City coal nt tho Whltehreast
Coal and Llmo Co.
Dr. Ilnth M. WoihI, llraco brtlldliik',
rooms 410. 411 and 412. IMO-tf
Chas. S. McKenuy, tho Hast Lincoln
dniK'gUt, 2712 O street.
Mrs. Wilson for tine dressmaking at
llorjiolsiiolinor & Co.
Rocic Si'itiNOS Coal at tho Lincoln
Coal Co. 'Phono 440.
V. A. Cotlln Co., grocers, 1411
South Eleventh street.
Sampson Sisters, artistic dress mak
ng, 11211 N Htrcot, over Dorsoy's.
Miss S. K. Dlakeslee, tine dresti mak
ing, at Mrs Gosper's, 1114 O street.
For Sunday dinner supplies call at
Halter's market, 210 N 10th st. Phoho
K. C. Bakln'Powdor, 2Ti ounces for
2."i cents. Abaalutely Pure. Have you
tried it? '" "
Misses Boggs and Caffyn, dress mak
ug parlors. Fine stamping. 11111 M
trect, 'phono 510.
All orders via telephone IMS will
reach W. A. Collin & Co. and receive
prompt and careful attention.
Tho Whltehreast Coal and Lime
company is always at tho front supply
ng tir 4,,iest grades of all kinds of
Mrs. Wilson, tho modiste at Herpol-
shelmer's, Is now showing tho new
spring fushlou plates and ladles will do
well to C0ITTO and sco them.
Haltep'H MurWot 210 North Tenth
streot, Lincoln's old reliable market, is
whero ladles should o-rtl for their meat
orders. ' Tolephono orders over No. 100
recolvo prompt attention.
Why have your horses feet butch
orctl, have laino horses and have them
Buffer? Take thorn to Charlie Slat
story's now shop, 043 O street, and
such will never bo tho case.
When you want prompt service and
fair treatment and the selection from
tho largest stock of groceries In Lin
coln call on W. A. Collin & Co., suc
cessors to J. MUlor, 143 South Eleventh
Chas. Slattory, professional horse
ehoor and furrlor. Diseases of tho feet
treated by tho latest selentlllo modes.
Horses ca' led for and returned. Now
hop, M0 South Eloventh street, bo
weeaK id L.
Prof. Swain's Jadles tailoring and
dress cutting, school. Thorough in
structions. Lessons not limited. Dress
making dono with dispatch, on short
notice. Patterns cut to measure and
all work guaranteed.
Pockot Map of Iowa-Nobraka two
states in ono "cover handsomer, han
dier, hotter. thnfany IHty cent maps
yet raadof 1 colors; ,in strong cover; all
counties) rlv6j-s,vallroads, post-otHecs.
' Correct tp'duto. Also maps of all states
' in,samobtylo. Wo mull agents any
BarapToa wanted on receipt of eight 2
cent stamps; address Tho Matthews
Northrup Co., ButTalo, N. Y.
NOW FOR THE ICC SEASON.
limit 'ilt Mlintltl lie Tillten III (IrlllllK
Tin' Pure iinil Wliolimime Arllrle,
Willi I lu approach of spring anil the
subsequent advent of summer conies
t)n necessity of lee, which of Itself Ih
iiii Important f'letor In tlio health ol
tho community. 'I'lio Lincoln Ico Co.
hai this season put up n most excel
lout quality "f thofrocii llnlil mill with
considerable prirto mitl satisfaction to
themselves arn able to announce that
thc, have the largest supply '"' '"''
lllint grade of Ico Htorcil thin muisoii In
tlio iiimiiinotli lioiif, liotli lioro and
north of the city, that they have oierl
ltc.cn able to secure since uiuircmnurK
ine it In the Ice Industry. It In of a Miliil
and heavy substance, entirely unlike
the kind that tho.v were compelled to
flit nnh to tlieli trade last season.
The biislncssof this populurcouipuny,
wlilnli Is hy far tlio largest In tlio city,
Iiiih grown so that they llnd It neces
sary to Increase tholr delivery system
mi that thoy open the present season
with ten largo wagons on tlio start, ox
pectin); to add ievcral more an the sea-
rum advances. Tlio prices on ico win
remain the sumo as liiHt season and the
service will bo oon hotter HiIh season
than It was last. A specialty will ho
made of family trado and tlio ladles of
the city may rest assured that when
tliulr order for Ico Is placed with the
Lincoln Ico Co. that thoy will ho given
every consideration from pollto and
careful employes. Hotels, boarding-
houses and restaurants requiring largo
amounts of Ico will llnd It decidedly to
their advantage to place their orders
,wlth this company, as no other coin-
puny can olTer thorn equal facilities In
thin Ill o. Tlio olllco of the Lincoln
leu Co. Is II I0O htrcot, and telephone
A Piii'inTiiu VotniHCimlMereliiint.
Lincoln has a nunilior of young busi
ness men of whom any city In this big
liitlvorso might well ho proud and the
Ci)mr.U Is always pleased to say a goo(
word for them by way of Introductloi
ovl for them by way of Introduction
And rcccommendatlon. It Is therefore
(Alt' pleasure of today to chronicle the
fiUit that Mr. Charles H. tSregory, ono
of our most popular and exemplary
yoiing men, has just launched his com
Worclal ship on tho high seas of public
liiVtronagc and engaged In the coal and
wood business with his own name at tho
h'aflthoad. Mr. Gregory on Tuesday
bttrisumated a deal whereby ho became
o'WIler of tho well known plant and
business of tho Missouri Valley Fuel
C6. In the Hlchards block, heretofore
c6n'ducted by Mr. Stewart McConlga
4i(l' his son Harry. This is ono of the
oldest coal llrms in tho city and tholr
patronage together with what Mr.
Gregory's popularity will bring to tho
Sjy( management, will make a business
iaV for Uh select character and largo
wmunno will not bo excelled by any
nouso in mo cny. r. ureciNj
ilarts out with most uuttorlng pros-
licclH and his many friends in this city
Wilt see to It that their patronage will
iiol Iw lacking to mako his now under
taking a succews from tho start. Tho
business will hereafter ho run under tho
hio of "Gregory the Coal Merchant"
un.il tho olllco will remain at tho old lo
cajjon, north east corner II and O
greets and telephone number 313.
!' ,a Thry Never Tnke 11 Ilnck Sent.
"in this Issue ajipears tho spring ad
vertisement of tho well known and
very popular dry goods and grocery
house of L. Meyer & Co., whoso an
h6uncements to COUltlKK readers have
been Inith prominent and frequent In
yours gone by. Mr. WUHo Meyer of
tho linn purchased tho spring stock
this sca-on and certainly showed most
clever judgment In his taste. Tho
(Sl'oi'o Is now full of all the latest In
dress goods, and no lady will fall to
flrifl just whut she may want. In
groceries there Is everything that tho
Inner man desires and tho palate
craves for, including all tho delicacies
up to date. It will pay tho reader to
look up Meyer & Co's. advertisement
today and In fact every Saturday and
notii tho special bargains on all that
Will bo ottered.
Ladies will lie surprised nt tho
variety of styles and iwpularlty of
iprlccs that will lw offered during tho
special sale 01 nnillnery at mo uni
versal 20(1 South F.loventh streot next
Tho Merrlam lino Misses Shoos will
ho fold ns follows:
M.00 Shoes for 2.00.
S2..r0 Shoes for $1.7ft.
J2.00 Shoes for S1.4ft.
, , Call at onco Iwforo they aro all
,., . .l.Speler, 101ft O St.
iMlllincrv and ladles' huts reshaped
aj Mrs. M. A. JannoyV, Y. M. C, A.
building Thirteenth and N.
L. S. Gllllck, Fushlonublo Tailor.
Latest novelties in gentlemen's spring
goods. Gllllck still caters to the wants
of tho public. Cull on him and bo
suited. 1010 O street, Hoom 10.
Full lino of artist's materials at Lln
coin Trumo und Art
South Eleventh street.
In Mrs. Gosper's hair goods depart
ment you will llnd all tha latest head
adornments. Hulr dressing uy com
Frames, frames, frames, f every
description at Lincoln Frame and Art
company's, 220 South Eleventh street.
Ask your groccrymnn for the "Wilbor
Rolling Mills" Flour. Chas. Harvey,
proprietor. Enquire for
"Nicklo Piute," und
"Bilker's Constance "
Kyer.s snek warranted.
Mint! tit I aille ill llll lliu-
( ruvonotto storm cloaks.
.letted laces and lace nets.
.let and iridescent bend Holeros.
Veils and veilings in light green,
Many choice novelties In French
silk ituil wool and all wool dross goods.
Fine black and cream silk luces with
net top for trimming plain or printed
Luiisdowu and Pntsbollo suitings,
nianufiieturcd bj Win. F. Iteiul. of
lluost silk and wool.
Colored silk laces In all the popular
shades .iiul various widths for waist
mill skirt garniture.
A larger variety of jackets, cape,
ami wraps than for many son-ons jmt.
China silks with a hack ground of
e-eam, tun, brown, grey, black, etc.,
printed In one to Ihe tono colors in
i.eat lloral, and geometrical pattern.
Traveling dresses of Hugo and
other mixed goods and Cravenetto
Fine percales, both striped ami
Honied, In light and medium elTects
for Indies, misses, and boys waists and
All tlio above and many other
things new and stylish can bo found
this week on the eounUrs of Miller &
Worlil l'i I r.
llrvn Muvr cottage, live blocks from
world's fair ontrauco, accommodations
llrst-eluss. Our building Is new and
permanent. Will bo tlio most home
like place tostop during the fair. Will
contract now at !.() per day. Price
will surely double after May I. Write
for pa.'tleulars. J. W. Winder, 11011 O
Wo olTor Ono Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. .1. CI I FN' FY & CO., Prop-., Tide
Wo tho undorslgne.l, have known F.
.1. Chonev for tho lust I ft years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
business transaction an 1 llnanclally
able to carry out any obligation made
hy their firm.
Wostfc Truax, Wholesale Druggist-,
Waldlng, Klnnnn & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
7ft c. per Ixittlo. Sold by all druggists.
When you want llrst-clu-s lawn
sprinklers that will do your sward
good and please tho eye, there's but
ono place to get them and that's at
Dean & Horton's, 14S0 O street.
Special sale of spring bonnets
next week at tho L'UnlvoiMil,
South Eloventh street.
Laird shoes und Mitchell's $0 shoes
go at M. Hft. Come at o -co and secure
a pair of them at
J. Speler, 101ft O St.
Kjt'iuiil llnr NiirKwni,
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist und nurlst
No. 1203 O stree't, Lincoln, Neb.
For household, lloor, carriage und till
kinds of pulnts, oils and brushes, see
tho now Zehrung Glass .S; Paint Co.,
southeast corner Twelfth und M streets.
Domestic sewing muchlncs at 20
South Eleventh streot.
If you enjoy dancing go to your drug
gist and got a bottle of Positive Corn
Cure, which Insures comfort.
White sewing muchlncs at 20S South
L. A. Humstead Is selling W.
famous $10 made to meiisuro
suits. Cull und seo the latest,
faction guaranteed. Llndell
Cull on tho Zohrung Ghiss & Paint
Co.,.fcouthonst corner Twelfth und M
streets, for till kinds of ghiss und high
David P. Sims, dentist, rooms 4i
43 Burr block.
Ho-o reels of tho most approved
patterns amV real ho-o of tho most
durable muko at Dean & Horton's,
14ft0 O streot.
Hoys and chlldreus' clothing and huts
In a lino assortment ut Herpolsheimer
Millinery in nil tho
Herpolsheimer & Co.
newest things ut
Rubber ho-o, reels, no.les, sprink
lers, etc., for tho garden und lawn are
sold at remarkable low prices at Dean
it Horton's, llftO O streot.
The only Turc Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING and HATS
Our Shoe Stock is arriving and we shall
soon announce the opening oi the best line of
perfect fitting shoes every brought to
Tho suicide of 11 Georgia po-tmaster
tho other day indie itcs a way in which
four-year terms may ho shortened and
vacancies creatad. The only dllllculty
lies in persuading other postmasters to
follow tho Georgian's example.
A party of New York cabbies gave
pugilist Hall a much wiiino licking
ihau ho received from Fit.slminons.
Hut thoy did not get a U,tK.KI purse.
J'reslecnt Cleveland seems to have
an fdcu that when the olllco seeks the
man it should do so at a very leisurely
pace, lie is also opposed to having too
many olllccson the seeking road at one
Oh suy! have you heard that tho
In tlio White Hou-o grand,
Are feasting on the slouch hats,
Of the bold Southern bund?
Buck Kilgore having been "thrown
down" In tho effort to transfer his
kicking propensities to tho City of
Mexico, accepts tho result pqflosoplil
cully und says ho will remain in con
gress to "raise Cain." Cain, In Buck's
vocabulary, is synonymous with well,
a very different word.
Ofllii.iu ri,.i utlll inrilml wlivntid Lnnmn
tno demand being several million In e.x -
cess of the supply.
A lliOHlnoino I.lttlu Honk.
A very neat and substantial volume
of pretty lialect poems from the pen of
Harry E. Mills has been receive 1 und
It is worthy a place in the best of li
braries. Prominent among tho poems
s a lieuutiful one entitled "The Sod
omo In Heaven," which opens tho
work, followed by "The Hiiylleld Finn
Uy," "Making It Ruin," "Little Jim
Agin," "How Llttlo Neb Mudo Pence,"
und u number of mlscellunous poems
that go to mako up an Interesting
melange of clever verses. Mr. Mills is a
recognized writer of ability, and his
lunik, in cloth covers, entitled "The Sod
House in Heaven, nnd Other Poems,"
will doubtless meet with deserved rec
ognition from tho literary world. Geo.
W. Crane it Co., Topoka, ' Kuns., nre
Tho tii.wuro of our Diiddie's at less
than the $our Daddy's paid. Come and
rest your eyes, it Is some of the old
one hiiiuitctlflittc tin Nothing llkt H In
II. J. ILU.I.& HKO..
13iW O struct.
J. Speler, 101ft Ostreo
entire stock of tine shoes
Is selling his
L'Cniversal 1- the name of Lincoln's
mo-t fashionable millinery resort -00
South Fleventh street.
You con llnd tho largest selection of
capes, jackets and waists at Herptil
sheliner iS: Co.
Great slaughter sale of tine shoes at
101ft O street.
NEW LINE OI
THE ACMOWLED&ED LEADER.
fj LTIIOL'GIl In its firt ttuon hero, Irlnc't Orchustia has met with unprcc:
j dented nieces-, and the Director is duly grateful for the liberal patronage
that has been bestowed. Irvine has furnished nnitic for all the large Ban
quets given this winter, the most fashionable Dances, and elegant Receptions, and
likewise nt the various weddings. In dance music Irvine's Orchestra U considered
beond par a fact which members of the Pleasant Hour Club nnd other social organ!
zitlous cheerfully attest.
PRICES - REASONABLE
d engagements made for any number of pieces for any and all occasions, on shor
notice. For term-, open date1, and other Information, address
1 134 O 'Street Phone 253.
. A FTER
L. MEYER & CO.
For the coming week
A LINE OF EMBROIDERIES
Consisting of Humburgs, Jucquonots, Cambric. Indlun Linon and
Swisses. These goods aro New mutohod with different widths and
lnsertings. Wo Imported them 111 a very low llguro und
THE PRICE WILL MAKE THEM SELL!
Look up these burgains before
sale till our
If You See These Goods Yon Will Buy Them.
L. MEYER & CO.,
EAST SIDE GOV'T SQUARE.
WHEN IN DOUBT
TRY THE PP I
Gen. Pass. Agent,
Best Route to Chicago, Kansas City, Denver, St, Louis
Patronized by the Elite.
Endorsed by all Recog
nized Music Lovers.
H. T. IRVINE, Director.
S P E 7X
offer the ladies
uro gone. We include in this
Embroideries, Flcuncings, Torchon
and Linen Laces.
A. C. ZIEMEK,
City Pass. Agent,
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