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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1895)
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You are cordially invited to visit
our new store-if you have not already done so. If
you have, come again. You like to see nice things. We
are prepared to show you a line of silks and finest
dress goods-as well as superior dry goods generally
far better than you have ever seen in Omaha, and as
good as anything you can see in Chicago. It will in
terest you to see what we have to show you. Inci
dentally our MLLE. MARIE MARCONOT can show
you what art dress making is.We have also secured the
services of Gh W. Childers originally from London,
Eng.-but recently with Pangard the greatest ladies
tailoring establishment and the recognized authority
for tailormade suits of the world. Mr. Childers will
arrive and be present Monday -morning ready to
measure and fit for either street, equestrian or bicycle
suits. We will guarantee the workmanship of either
superior to any establishment this side of New York
SHARP'S NEW YORK STORE
exhibition blood spilled in a prize 'fight.
Its a f unuy thing to do to say the least,
and I hare no doubt there are some who
think this is simply awful. Still there
was something interesting in that clot
of blood. There were others besides
myself who 6tood and looked at it for
some few moments. It is probably the
center attraction of Stere Brodie's sa
loon." W. H. Carr is in St. Louis.
A. J. Hamilton is in Peoria, 111.
Mrs. W. B. Ogden is in Newark, Ohio
E. A. Becker went to Denver Wednes
day. Mrs. C. D. Traphagen is visiting in
Charles Raven left for Tacoma, Wash.,
Miss Agnes Collins went to Emporia,
Mrs. Pillard and daughter are visiting
in Chambaugh, Iowa.
Miss Mae Burr has returned from a
long visit in Sheboygan, Wis.
B. C. Welch is off on a big hunting
excursion near Whitman, Iowa.
The Patriarchs will give their first
part the twenty-fifth of October.
Miss Lilian Terry and the Dovey chil
dren will sing in concert at the Funke
Wednesday, the sixteenth.
Or. E. H. Eddy has left for London,
England, where he will devote himseli
to study for the next few years.
Coroner J. H. Winnet and wife are
back from a long trip in the east, where
Mrs. Winnett has been visiting old
friends in Baltimore and New York.
Mrs. Hagenow, mother of Charles and
August Hagenow, will now make her
home with them in this city. Mrs.
Hagenow has been for some years in
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buckstaff left a
week ago yesterday for Chicago where
they will stay for a day or two and then
go to Mr. Buckstaff s old home in Wis
consin, They expect to remain there
for two weeks.
The Entre Nous club gave a dancing
party on Wednesday evening in Lan
sing hall. This opened the dancing
season for their club. If the parly
Wednesday evening were any indication
of future functions the club has en
tered on a gay season.
Justice L. A. McCandless held high
festival at his home Wednesday evenirg
to celebrate his twenty-fifth birthday.
Mrs. McCandless and her sister, Miss
Minnie Melick, assisted him to receive
his guests, who were Dr. Robbins, Jus
tice E. E. Spencer, W. D. Robinson, E.
M.Lamb, Will Wittman, C L.Eaton
and F. M. Tarrel. At 7 o'clock an elab
orate dinner was served.
On Wednesday afternoon the Pleasant
Hour club held a meeting at Mr Bald
win's 6tore and elected three new mem
bers. The first party is to be given on
the twenty-fifth at nine o'clock at the
Lincoln hotel. All the other parties the
club gives will begin at nine o'clock at
the Lincoln too, This opening ball is
given as a reception for Mr. and Mrs.
Dorgan, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall and Mr.
and Mrs. Woods.
Mr. Church is in Lincoln after a very
successful tour with his 'iFausf com
pany. Thit big town, Kansas City, ap
preciates Mr. Church and his company.
It plays to crowded houses and makes
money, Mr. Church's pluck and ability
in getting together so good a company
is especially remarkable in this timidest
of timid years. A moderate success in
such a time would be e howling in other
times. MrJ Church has passed the mod
erate line and he has cause to be proud
of his managerial ability.
The popular Lincoln musician and
composer, Mr. George. H. Nelson, has
written a new waltz song which he calls
"Playing Under the Apple Tree." The
refrain is catchy and has plenty of
Butterick s NoA Delineators NoW lr
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AN OCTOBER NUMBER OE
FASHIONS" FREE OF CHARGE.
GOME AND SEE OUR ATTRACTIONS IN
BLACK AND COLORED
COME AND GET OUR PRICES ON
Satin top sailor hats at 39c
Tcrtara Tarn O'Shanters at. .. .65c and 81.25
Best Yankee Peanut Taffy at 10c per pound.
Sold everywheie at 20c
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