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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1896)
If so this will intercut you. Every Rambler rider
who goes the mile in less tLuu
paced or uupaced, utunj Fanctiontul L.A.W. race
tfill receive an
with name ind details of performance engrave 1
upon it. Riders of
Any otlar "vrli.el
fitted with J. it G, tires will receive a little less
valuable souvenir for like performance. The
holder of the greatest number of "two min
ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receive a
E. R. OTJOTHLRIIE 155-iO O St,
CANDY AND FLOWERS FREE.
Today Sutton & Hollowbush will give
their annual opening, and the event will
be signalized by the presentation of
beautiful and palatable souvenirs. The
proprietors have brought 1.500 Cape Jas
amines 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 & Hollowbush's delicious candy.
Hagenow's orchestra will furnish music
during the day.
w flyer leaving Lincoln at - r i i .
Missouri Pacific will Bave DOI t 0 njrfrVj!
iurs to St. Louis, Cincin- S CD 3
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE TIME?
Well the new flyer leaving Lincoln at
3:20 p. m. via
you several hours
nati, New York and all eastern points,
and connections are made in the St.
Louis union station, the most expen
sive, completn and finest in the world
Any information or sleeeping car berthe
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.
Fine line of toilet soaps at Kleinkauf
& Grimes', 117 North 11th st.
Mr. Frank Short, who has had much
success with his dramatic school in
Omaha, will be here next Saturday
night and put on "The Bells" and "Ros
berry Shrub, Sec." Most of the cast
in "The Bells" are professionals and
Mr. Short himself as Mathias does ex
cellent work. "Rosberry Shrub, Sec."
Is a one-act curtain-raiser. Mrs.
Matheson, whom many Lincoln people -have
met, takes the principal part. Her
Impersonation of the New England
spinster is Irresistibly funny. Not one
professional actress in two hundred
that visits Lincoln has the talent and
magnetism of Mrs. Matheson.
Wljen tou can bu? N.
1 gteer $Ieat
117 North TELEPHONE
TODAY IS OPENING DAY.
At Sutton & Hollowbush's opening to
day thirty flavors of ice-cream and ices
will be served, some of the novelties be
ing Bomba glace, Bisque of glace. Froz
en Egg Nogg, Tuttl Frultti Nesselrode
Pudding, Charlotte Russe de glace.
Frozen Pudding, Queen Victoria, etc.
The Nebraska McKinley club will
have a special train of sleepers from
Lincoln to St Louis to attend the re
publican convention, leaving Lincoln
about 3:20 p. m., June 15, via. Missouri
The total cost, including sleeping car
for five days, attendance, etc., will be
but J25. While in St. Louis the cars
will be located three blocks from the
convention auditorium, with complete
sanitary arrangements provided for.
All desiring to avail themselves of this
privilege will communicate with F. W.
Collins, secretary and treasurer Ne
braska McKinley club.
Cheaper than growing, 3 cans choice
peas, 25c at The Alliance store, 1008 P
Among the candidates in the city this
week were Van Duyn, George Brooks,
Charley Casey. "Jack" MacColl, W. M.
Geddes, C. L. Richards and Louis Hel
mer. Jewett, the Custer county candidate
for treasurer, was victorious In the pri
mary election In his county. The con
vention will be held today. It will
elect a solid and enthusiastic Jewett
delegation. George D. Melklejohn will
address the convention.
J. H. McClay, Lancaster's candidate
for auditor, denies emphatically that
he is in any combination.
R. E. Moore maintains a discreet si
lence as to his Intentions or desires, po
litically. It is probably entirely safe
to say that Mr. Moore would not de
cline a renominatlon for lieutenant
governor. A Lincoln politician who has spent
some time in Omaha the past ten days,
said yesterday to a Courier representa
tive: "A great many republicans in
Douglas county are tired of the fight
that has been waged by the Broatch and
Churchill factions, and It would not
surprise me a bit if Williams carried
the county for commissioner against
the field. He already has a very large
W. M. Geddes of Grand Island was in
the city this week. Mr. Geddes Is a
candidate for auditor. He is a news
paper man, but that fact Is not Inter-
The latest novelties in candies, salt No Hard 8c
water taffy, Jersey lilies, butter squares,
chew-chews and salted peanuts intro- Choice bacon 8c
duced bv us. We originate. "Ephemar," .,..., 0
1211 O St. Boiling beef as low as 3c
Do you eat candy? Do you ever make Com beef f rom to
a present of a fine box of candy? Ex
amine the fresh stock at Frank M. Kec- bologna 5c
tor's, 1211 O street. Ice cream parlors chickens at cost
cream and ices in all flavors.
Its name is its guarantee. This 180G model has
more improvements than all theother makes
of bicycles put together. For mechanical con
struction, simplicity, style, finish, durability
and riding qualitiee. It has no equal.
Columbus ftfpeolo.1 Bioyole
Don't fail to Bee it. The wonder of the world
We also carry the genuine Columbus Buggy
Co'b fine Trars, Carriages, Phaetons, Surry's
and Buggies etc. Don't fail to call and see our
line before purchasing. Repository
1133-36 VT. St
In our drapery department we are offering a very
large and attractive assortment of choice new and
stylish fabrics, among them
Tamboured Muslins, Figured Swisses, Fish Nets
Art Denims, Cretonnes, Japanesse Tinsel Capes, Fancy
Silks, Silkolines, Cotton Brocatelles, Jute Brocatelles,
"Wool Brocatelles, Silk Brocatelles, etc., etc. Prices are
low. You are invited to come and see for yourself.
AdLillei? & JPaime
Fine Confectionery !
PURE CANDIES MADE BY US AND ALWAYS
FRESH ICES, ALL FLAVORS, NUT ICE CREAM,
ETC. ORDERS FOR FAMILY USE A SPECIALTY.
SODA WATER AND COOLING DRINKS.
1211 O St.
The severe wind which caused so
much damage yesterday afternoon, un
roofed the two-story brick building at
133 South Ninth street, one of the old
est brick buildings in the city, having
been built In '74. The heavy rains which
followed did much damage to the stock
of harness and etc.. contained therein.
The entire stock will be sold at barelv
cost of manufacture. Call and examine
the big bargains. Nothing reserved.
M. B. Curtiss in his great play, "Sam'l
of Posen" will make his farewell ap
pearance at the Funke this afternoon
Are you going to attend the M. B.
Curtiss matinee at the Funke this
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