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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1896)
We're up to date on fancy colored shirts
Our styles are new, our makes the latest
We've shirts with Collars detached
We've shirts with Collars attached
Any kind and all kinds you'll find
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AND IF YOU EXPECT TO PUR
CHASE A NEW WHEEL
- - TDHE? GtADIATOR
H. H. Ward, manager in charge. The oldest repair man in the city. AH
work absolutely first class, at hard time prices. If your wheel needs fixing
we will do it promptly and guarantee our work. We have some special
bargains in new wheeK ------ --- ---
tie dance a la wild west show and
parsed on leaving him dazed, listening
to the echoes of their parting war
Really, the most exciting thing now
adays is attending openings. The soda
water and confectionery openings are.
In their way, great. Tou get a good
deal of society and some flowers and
music thrown in with your dime's pur
chase. Wednesday I had an engage
ment with Jack at Ode Rector's and I
had planned a little joke or rather a
big Joke. At the appointed time. 2
o'clock, I was going to appear with thir
teen or fourteen of my dearest girl
friends. I figured that it would have
cost Jack about $1.50. But it rained on
the day set for the opening and Mr.
Rector was out the money that Jack
would have been compelled to spend.
I tried to arrange a similar engagement
for Saturday when the postponed op
ening will take place, but Jack won't
be In the city. If It is a nice day the
drug store will be a pretty gay place
Friday, May 15 Eleanor.
A SUMMER RESORT.
A delightfully cool and attractive
place these warm days is the handsome
store of Sutton & Hollowbush, 12th and
O street. A new addition is a large and
beautiful onyx soda fountain, one of th
finest in the state. This is presided
over by an expert fizz clerk. This sea
son nut ice-cream and many new flavors
In cream and ices are strong favorites
Mr. Sutton's cream has a state reputa
tion: he fills orders dally from many
outside points; and is making a special
ty of this trade. The line of candy Is
now larger and finer than ever. Confec
tionery always fresh; many novelties.
CANDY AND FLOWERS FREE.
Today Sutton & Hollowbush will give
their annual opening, and the event will
te signalised by the presentation of
beautiful and palatable souvenirs. The
proprietors have brought 1.500 Cape Jas
amlnes from Texas, and each lady pur
chaser will be presented with one of
these beautiful flowers. And that is not
all. With- each flower-will go a box-of
Sutton & HoIIowbush's delicious candy.
Jiagenowls orchestra will furnish music
during the day.
A great amount of interest is being
manifested in "Nell Gwynne," the new
romantic historical play that Mile.
Rhea will present at the Funke opera
house May 20. It treats of a subject
famllliar to all readers of English his
tory, the romantic attachment of a
great king to a poor girl, who after
wards become one of the brightest as
well as most charitable women of her
day, and who retained the regard of the
king until his death. It is said that
this story has been handled in a bril
liant manner by Mr. Paul Kester. the
young dramatist, and that he has given
the fair Rhea an admirable vehicle in
which to show her great art and re
markable versatility. New York crit
ics say that she shines in this role as
never before, and Is at all times, the
winsome, happy and lovable "Nell
Gwynne." The scenes are laid in the
time of Charles II. and give the auditor
an idea of the loves and Intrigues of
this court, as well as the manners and
customs of the ladies and courtiers
who surrounded him.
The latest novelties in candies, 6alt
water taffy. Jersey lilies, butter squares,
chew-chews and salted peanuts intro
duced by ub. We originate. "Ephemar,"'
1211 O St.
Do you eat candy? Do you ever make
a present of a fine box of candy? Ex
amine the fresh stock at Frank M. Hec
tor's, 1211 O etreet. Ice cream parlors
cream and ices in all flavors.
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE TIME?
Well the new flyer leaving Lincoln at
3:20 p. m. via Missouri Pacific will save
you several hours to St. Louis, Cincin
nati, New York and all eastern points,
and connections are made in the St.
Louis union station, the most expen
sive, complete and finest in the world.
Any information or sleeeping car berths
at city ticket office 1201 O St.
Sutton & Hollowbush, 12th and O,
Funke opera house corner, make a spe
cialty of serving families and parties
with the finest Ice-cream and Ices, In
all varieties; also fine cakes, etc.
F. C. ZEHKUNG Mgr.
Wednesday May 20 One night only
NEW HISTORICAL DRAMA
Cheaper than growing, 3 canE choice
peas, 25c at The Alliance store, 1003 P
Tickets on Bale at Dunn's Drug Store, Monday 9 a. m., May 18.
Fine line of toilet soaps at Kleinkauf
& Grimes', 117 North 11th at.
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