Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, May 20, 1893, Page 8, Image 8
CAPITA U G1TY OOUKIER. POPULATION OF LINCOLN 70,000 lOt Corner I Oth nml P Strootn. Atf no i"lni'iitt n Inriiplliixnf NEW SUMMER GOODS In rvttj trtnrtinnl. DltF.RR OOODH. LIN'BNH. UN'DBKWBAK, HOKIBHY. KID (11,0V IM ami UinilONS n Hpoolnlly. AgontH for Huttoriak'x Patterns. I-I. R. Nisslcy & Co. SPRING STY LIS m 7 VII Vl wall kit if f rJ L-!yyil r W5- FWV Ur- Fbund T 7fs& Twelilv ninth slicnt. The guests uoto Miss Stella llnyt.MIss Nellie fulfill, .Miss Kolsor, Miss Wlekorsham, Miss Mny Lansing, Miss Klyrcs, MIhs Hadlo (Iriiliiini, Miss Minnie MollcU, Miss Florence llali1, Miss Muy iJatihach, Miss Mutilser, Miss Moore, Miss Kiiitnii MoWhlnnle, Mlss.lcnnio Htewntt, Mrs. Npcnecr, Mrs. Baton, nml tho Misses Mull Mr. Clinic, Mr Bills, Mr. Cook, iuilal k&" i s-i-i)i fAHl I i l""!1' I Mill l 1'IMU', I W I 1 1 , lit' tV"iLj n 4- own particular friends, to snub Mi MullI MoAIIIkIim- mill to ilo everything In lie .W V V ...... u i I II.... i I ..ill NOW IN. W.R. DENNIS & CO., 1137 O St red. On tin Bill. Cowlo, umlorinkor, Fuuko, 111) B. 12th. Lincoln Frame mid Art Co., U23 B. 11th. Tho heat trmlo uso White f,onf Flour. David 1 SlniH, dentist, rooms 12 mid 43, llurr Mook. Try good. Mrs. MoFiirland, professional nurse, 1111 South Blovonth HtrooU (Mult House ooiree, none ho Miller A (llirord. Mrs, II. H. Demurest, Hnlr Dressing nml Manlourlng, rooms 101.102, 1518 O Btroot. K. O. Making Powtlor, 25 ounces for 2fi cent. AbHolutoly imro. Huvo you tried It? B. P. Reagan Iioh oxoluslvo bhIo of "Excolslor Pntont" Dakota Hour. Tho best In tho olty. Wantod Bvory lmly In tho olty to try Reagan's "Bxoolslor Pntont" Hour. Every snok warrmitod. Everything now nt 235 South Elev enth Btroot Wo try our boat to plooso lu quality nnd in prlco. Full lino of ni'tlst'H materials at Lin oolu Frmno mid Art company's, 220 South Elovonth Btroot All ordora via tolophouo 398 will roach W. A. Collin & Co. aud rocolvo prompt aud careful attoutlou. If you want tho best Hour in tho olty buy tho Excelsior patent of 1). 1 Hon gau, 235 South Elovonth Btroot Mrs. II. II. Demurest, lato of Chicago, hair drossormid manicurist 1518 O stroot. Tnko olovator, room 101-102. Fratnos, frames, frames, of every description at Lincoln Frmno and Art company's, 2.H3 South Elovonth street In Mrs. Gosper's hair goods depart ment you will And all tho latost head adornments. Hair dressing by compe tent artists. It will pay you to. call at tho now grocery, 235 South Elovonth stroot for all flrat-olass goods. Fruit aud vege tables, lu season. Miss Bertha Snyder, stenographer and typewriter. Corrospondonco, law work, aud all kinds of shorthand work prompt aud noatly oxooutod. 1131 0 stroot Telephone 253. ti. S. GUllok, Fashionable Tailor. Latost noveltlos In gontlomon's spring goods. Ollllok still cators t tho wish of tho public. Coll on him aud be suited. 1010 O stroot, Room 10. Tho flnost invitation work, handsom est styles, and absolutely oorroot forms, olthor ongravod orprlutod, aro now bo lng furnlshod by tho Courlor Publish ing Co., 1131 0 stroot A Finn llrnlilrnre Fur Kent. An eight-room houso with nil modorn Improvomonts for rout Juno 1st Gas, bath, hot and cold wator, steam heat, oistorn and olty wator. Apply at resi dence, 1827 L stroot or 1131 O stroot When you want prompt sorvlco and fair treatment and tho solootlon from the lorgost stook of grocorlos in Lin coln call on W. A. Collin fc Co., suc cessors to J. Mlllor, 113 South Elovonth stroot mi- IM M' s usir The present lslt or the liifinitn Bulallo, of Hpiiln, In this eiiiiutry has eaiiseil a great ileal nf pel Imitation in social elides In Washington, New oil anil Chleago. "A hull us late us May 22 would not lien wlsenioveon the pint of New York society." Thus spoke Ward McAllister, the oilier, day lu opposition to the pro posed ball to the Infanta Fulnllo and suite, which is planned to take place at the Madison Sipiain (larilcu next Mini day night, and over which society al toady llutls Itself in a curious muddle "'I lieu, again," continued Mr. McAl lister, "too many complications, owing lo tho rigid rules of Spanish couit oil quelle, would ensue." Mrs. I'aran SteveiiH, who at llrst was full of tho project, Is now violently op posed to it. .Sirs. Slovens ilesiied to give the enteitiilument at her own House on I'lllh aeuue, lo luvlle lior r. Kn own way. hue ut llrst associated with herself Mrs. Van Kensselaer t'rugcr, Mrs. llayllss, ami a few other ladies whoso names are well known lu so oiety. Then she wanted a major domo or chamberlain to conduct the alTalr Mrs. Stevens was determined not to ask Mr. McAllister, and Mr. McAllister was not very anxious to accept thomls slou. It was suggested that tho enter tainment should bo placed in tho hands of tho I'lrculu Colon Cervantes, which is composed of tho best Spanish ele ment lu (ho city. and thus give tho en tertainment a semi otllclal character,! and lu that manner tide over many of tho dllllciiltlos lu tho way of the In fanta accepting an invitation to a pri vate ball. Mrs. I'aran Stevens wouldn't ap prove of this arrangement, and shehas now withdrawn from the all'alr alto got her and will not discuss it. Mrs. ,101111 Jacob Aster, Mrs. Cruger, ami Mrs. llaillss have signified to the Circuit) Colon Cervantes that they will act as patronesses, "We are doing all we can," said Mrs. Kurlcn Kosso, who has charge or the arrangements, "to make tills tho greatest social success. Do not believe tho reports of the In fanta not coming here. They aro not true, Wo will have our servants lu full court dress, black and gold. The private boudoir and reception room of tho Princess will be approached from tho Madison avenue entrance. "lu her suite aro tho Prince Autolue of Orleans, her husband; tho Duko of Tamames, and a retinue of servants The Duko is her chamborlaln, ami all these arrangements have been submit ted to him ami to tho Spanish Minis ter at Washington for approval. The tickets will be 615 each." There are many Intricacies in Span Ish Court etlipiotte which will bo re hearsed fully before any attempt. Is made to carry them out. In Now York staying quietly with friends, is a Span ish gent Ionian, M. tie Carvajal.who be longs to a noted family lu Spain. Whim Hoonuttho Hotel Waldorf tho other evening ho said: "lam very much surprised that the Spanish society lu this city should no such a stickler for court etlipiotte lu its entertainment to tlie lnlanta. tr you wish to unserve the traditions of tho Court of Spain of course you must hardly be seen in tho royal presence. There must, of course, lie a royal tiuadrillo, in which I suppose these good ladles of Now York will ilanco that Is if they aro of royal blood. You cannot have a state ball unless you have a royal quadrille. "You must kneel down and kiss tho hand of tho Princess when presented, anil then back out. I think you should also wear court dress, although these things should not bo required in a re public. You should receive tho Prin cess lu a dignified manner, but the eti quette of tho Court of Spain should speakers will be two members of the academic faculty, two from the law school faculty and two seniors each fiom tho academic college ami law school. miis. wi:ssi:i, iait.uivin.s. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Samuel Wesselenletlalneil a number of friends very delightfully at a "high art" party. Prlos were awarded to tho successful guessors of the names of famous works of art lepresented by apptopriato ob jects. Those piesent were: Mrs. M. New mark, Miss Ida Friend, Mrs. .1. Mahler, of St. Louis; Mrs Chailes Mayer, Mis. Mitchell. Miss Pauline Mayer, of New York; Mrs. Schlesinger, Mrs. I. Ilrucks, Mrs. I,, Wossoll, Mrs. Simon Mayer, Miss Anne Mayer, of New York; Mrs. S. Speler. Mrs. M. Well, Mrs. M KiiIiii, Mrs, M. Opperhelmer, Mrs. A. Hloch, Mrs. B, Mayer, of New York; .Miss M. Ackerman, Miss S. Khnnd. Mr. Ilellley, Mr. Guy Hale, Mr. Arthur Illshop, Mr. Chin Us Miller, Mr llasset, Mr West, Mr. Klines, Mr. Vlvyiui, Mr. Deeiaer, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Grath llarnes. Mr. Will Collin, Mr. McNeill, Mcssih. , lacked. mini a i M.rciim. Miss Lulu Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fletcher, and Mr. W. C. Miner, were united in marriage Wed nesday o cuing, at the resilience of the brides' patents, Fight anil () stieets, Itev. (). A. Williams olllciating. The cermony was w it nessed by i elat ivesand a few intimate friends. A dainty sup per was served, following which Mr. and Mrs. Miner left on the evening train for Adair, III., intending to make an extended trip cast before their in turn. The best wishes of hosts of friends go with them. MM'iniY .SMW.I. TII.K. The Columbian Group meeting to have been held 'I'ucsdnj evening, was postponed on account of tho death of Mr. Doolittle. Tho reception to the senior class of t he University of Nebraska, by Chancel- lorami .mis. ,i. ii. mullolil. announced to occur Friday evening, May 111, has I been postponed to this evening. j Mr. A I''. Oeder was man led Wed nes 1 day in llryan, Minnesota, to Miss Fllle St. Clair, an estimable vouug ladv 'of that city. They will return to at Lincoln home at the Twenty third, and be I liS F, sheet after .hum 1, Cards announcing the marriage of Mr. Ivl ward A. Lambeth ami Miss Mary Kaithleeu GoM'at Galesburg, III , hae been received Inthiscity. Mr. mid Mrs. Lambeth aro both lesideuts of Nebraska City, and have many friends in Lincoln. The Lincoln Liuht Infautrvcomnauv has made arrangements for a three copied. The ladles of the church ih Mr. C. F. F.kfclt and Mrs. Lizle Per sons were quietly married Monday evening at oiri South Klcwnth street. Tho ceremony was performed In the presence of a few invited friends. The groom is a salesman for Crittenden A Fast man, wholesale furnituie dealers of llurliiigton, la. The bride has only resided a few months lu Lincoln, but has made a great many friends, who join in wishing the young couple much happiness. They will be at home at 515 South Hleventh street. The Jewish people of t ho city will soon erect a magulllcaut temple of worship on their lots, Pith and I) street, for which plans have been drawn ami ac Mrs. McClavo and Mrs. Eiisinlngor, fluo diossmaklng, 1238 O street. Sampson Sisters, tirtlstlo dressmak ing, 1123 N stroot, over Dor.soys. MlssS. F. lJlakosluo, lino diossmak ing, at Mrs. Oospor's, 1111 O St K. C. Making Powder, 25 ounces for 25 cents, Absolutely pure. Have you tried it? Visit the Now Students' gallery and bo convinced that tho work is llrst class 1031 O street. "The Host" Laundry, 2J09 O street, telephone 570, II. Townsond A. Co., pro- Tim Vorhl' Fulr. Tho World's Fair buildings and ox hiblts aro Insurod for three hundred million dollars. In othor words, they nro vnluotl at an amount onual to one third of tho national debt. But llgures cannot glvo you ovon tho faintest con- nnnllnn nt tflf I mniOllsit V. tllO 1)0101 tV. tho charm of this groatost of all great fairs. Tho only way 10 soo mo exposi tion is to visit Chicago, nml tho muy (satisfactory) way to visit Chicago Is to takn tho Burlington routo. Soo Bonnoll at tho depot or .lomor at Tenth and O. They will glvo you full Information about trains. Excur sion ratos ovory day. not apply except in Spain. MAY A !l'M. MONTH. May is always a dull month, socially. There Is still a prejudice against May weddings, and tlio month is at best lit tlemore than an interim before June, when the young people come homo from school and college, when fashion able weddings are solemnized, and when tho season for out door fetes fairly begins. In Lincoln there is a prospect that tho dearth of May enter tainments may bo olfHot by an unusual social activity in Juno. There will be a number of weddings, and various en tertainments aro in contemplation. There will bo several receptions before tho season closes, and with the ap proach of warm weather tiiero will bo tho customary coaching parties, pic nics, etc. WILL I'IC.VIO AT MILI'OIU). Thoclassof 113 of thostato university has docldod to celebrate class day by a i:vri:itTiNi:i) ion mils mpiii. A largo number of friends weie In vited to meet Mrs. I). I). Mulr. of Den ver, at the home of Miss Sarait Harris, Monday evening. Progressive euchre formed the entertainment and Mrs. W. M. Ogilen, Mrs. C. N Lit Ho, Mr. W. C. Wilson and Mr. Hubert Mulr being the most successful players wore rewarded with handsome prizes. The evening passed very pleasantly and Miss Harris proved on this occasion as heretofore a most charming hostess. Those present were: Messrs. and Mesdames J. II. Hurley, C. ). Wheilon. It. O. Phillips. C. II. Gere. I. M. Ilayiutiud, A. S Iluy inonil, It. 1-5. Moooro, Carl Fiinko, W. 11. Ogden,. I. D.MoFiirland, Frank Hall, A. (I. Ueeson, J. A. liuckstair, W. C. Wilson, John II. Wright, O. 10. Yates, II. K. Nissley, I). F. Thompson. S. II. Iliiruham, ('. S. Llppeucott, It. H. Perry, C N. Little, A. W. .lanson, F. S. Harris, W. F. Leonard, Charles Brown, Mrs. Francis Wilson, Messrs. N.S. llar wood, C. A. Ilauua, WlllStull, G. M. Lambertson, K. Iv. llaydon, Misses Helen llarwood, Kittle Weston, Jean- net to Wilson ami Mary Mlllor, of Chi cago. hold m yi:ii sum vt.s. Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at tho residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Mayer, 1115 II street, Miss Pauline Mayer was united lu marriage to Mr. William Gold, of Hampton, Iowa, the Rev. Dr. Frank le, of Omaha, pei forming the ceremony. Only relatives were present, among whom were: Mr. Solomon Mayer, of Norfolk; Dr. ami Mrs. Fmll Mayor, of Now York; Mr. aud Mrs. Gold, of Stromshurg: Mr. Haas, of Osceola, and Mr. mid Airs. Jonas Schlesinger. The bride has resided lu Lincoln but two weeks, having, with her parents, re moved to this city from Now York. Mr. Gold is a well known business man of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Gold left for Chicago on tho evening train, ex pecting to goto their homo in Hampton In a few weeks. This wedding brought all the members of the bride's family together for the first time in fifteen years, and the reunion was attended by many pleasant incidents. LAST MKKTINO Of SOItOSlS. Sorosls mot this week with Mrs. D. L. I trace. Dr. Norton led tho meeting and took for her subject "Heredity." Slip was assisted by Mrs. W. J. llryan on tho "Laws of Horodlty" and Mrs. I). L. Brace on "Heredity of Genius." Tho mooting was of unusual interest being the last of the series and there were a number of visitors present. Those present were: Mrs. F. It. Guthrie Miss Uichardson, Mrs. F. L. Holvoke, Mrs. C. N. Little. Mrs. Lees. Mrs. T. M. Ilodgman, Mrs.W.Q. Bell, Mrs. Adams, Mrs Pickett, Mrs.James II. Canllold, Dr. Norton, Mrs. J. W. Bryan, Mrs. Heebie, Mrs. Hartley, Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Bar bour. Mrs. M. I). Welch, Miss .May Fro man and Miss Kiugsley. The meeting adjourned to meet tho llrst Wednesday in October. day's encampment at Nebraska City, May 28, 211 anil 30. Piof. Ilrown, of the Western Normal college, gave an enjoyable organ recital in the Mist Congiegational chinch Wednesday evening. The Young Peoples Society of Christian Fudeavor of the First Presbyterian church gave a social lu the church parlors last evening. siring to assist in tho work tiro plan ning a grand festival to bo held at Masonic Temple, Monday evening, May 20, and invite friends of tho cause to attend. TheStatollanil Orchestra will furnish both concert and dance music, and an enjoyable time Is assured. Tickets may be had of the ladies oral Mayer llros, L. Meyer .V Co., Globe Clothing House, Hloch A- Kohn, Fain ous Millinery, Tho Coritinu olllce. etc. prietors, Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. W. F. Gosper's now spring stock of millinery, the llnest in tho city, is now complete. For Sunday dinner supplies call at Halter's market, opposite Lansing Theatre. Phono 100. Latest novelties lu Spring Milllnory, tho finest In tho city. Caldwell Slstors 203 South Elovonth stroot. Prof. Swain's ladies tailoring and dross cutting school. Thorough in structions, Lessons not llmltod. Dress making done with dispatch, on short notice. Patterns cut to moasuro and all work guaranteed. Halter's inarkot, old rollablo markot now moved to Thirteenth stroot opostto Lansing theatre, Is where hullos should call for their meat orders. Tolophouo orders over No. 100 rocolvo prompt attention. I i K ifl ii i UKHDMAX HOOT. A beautiful wedding occurred at tho First Free Baptist Church Tuesday evening, in the presence of a largo number of friends of tho contracting parties. Tho brido was Miss Henrietta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hoot, aud the groom Mr. Thomas llerdmtiu. The ceremony was performed by Hev. O. B. Baker, The young couple were tho recipients of many useful and handsome presents besides sincere congratulations from all present. Mr. and Mrs. Hordman will reside in a cot tage on tho shores of the Lincoln salt lake. A IIIUTllDAY l'AIITY. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spouco enter tained a number of .students of the high school Tuesday evening, In honor ot tue iweutieiii uiriniiay oi men- son picnic at Milford tills year instead of I Jesse. The evening was passed with tho usual exercises lu tlio opera houso. Tho societies huvo all combined togivo a slnglo Juno day program instead of having four separate ones, as they think there have boon too many intel lectual feasts during commencement week heretofore. Tho various commit tees on arrangements are getting ev erything in readiness aud a special train will bo secured going out about l) o'clock in tho morning and returning in tho evening. A picnic banquet will lie served with appropriate toasts. Tho dancing, progressive high live, and music. Tho guests wore: MissosCadio West, Blanche Brown, Agnes Bowen, Bttn Grimes, Nettie Smith, Belle Franklin; Messrs Hubert Glover, Tom West, Henry Peters. Bd Ciilliu, Wilbur Camp, Geo. Friel, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spouco. CAIU) t'Ll'll AT MUSS VIWAX's. Miss Carrie Vivyan entertained a number of her friends at cards on Wednesday evening at hor homo on CAPRICES IffiPowder: Waists, Dresses, GLOVE FITTING SHOES. Jrf A. DRESS GOODS, - I or Summor Wonr nnil Travel. MITTS AND CORSETS Jrtilli uietUy, SCC OUR NOVCLTIKS. wy ( 12 IIS WW W-wmll F" IU-J, f .MLL-ni w mm w mm HERPOLSHEIMER & CO. LincolnFurnitureCo. 1518 and 1520 0 Street. Special Sale Mattings, BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 22. 200 yards Matting', Fancy Check, only 10 cents per yard. 300 yards Matting', Fancy Check, at 15 cents per yard. Ladies should take advantage of this sale. REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES, liook Cases, Folding Beds, Gasoline Stoves, Etc. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Jtbst received a car load CHAMBER SUITS, ranging from $16.00 and upwards, in any finish. A complete line of House Furnishing Goods. To those who desire will sell on weekly or monthly payments.