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Walnut Block, What
Cheer Nut, Scranton
Hard Coal and Pine Kind
ling at II5 south Tenth st.
DR. L. WENTE,
Makes the preservation of the nnlurul
eeth n specialty by nil k nawn approved
methods. Gold and porcelain crown
mounted on the nnturnl root.
All operation performed without pain,
TO TI1H t'KOI'I.K Or LINCOLN, NKIIHARKA,
Wo. the undersigned are tiercounlly ac
quainted with Dr. L. Wonta, who 1 to lonvo
s noon and engago in tho practice of dentis
try in your city.
wo can unhesitatingly roeoniniond hint as
s thorough master of hi profession, mid wo
ro mini thnt nil work entrusted to him will
bo skillfully iwrformcd.
J. Uniikiuiiu,, M. I).
W, W. MoMann. M. 1).
J. E. MoAiia.ih, M. H. M. D.
J. M. Uau.kiiuoii, 1). 1). 8.
OaIWNICII, Ilmnoih, Jnn. !, 1887.
116 South Eleventh St Lincoln, Neb,
FINE : ART : STUDIO.
1214 O street.
Examine samples of our work before
Step, Single and Extension
2307232-234 S. nth st.
LINCOLN HARDWARE Co.
Philharmonic : Orchestra,
A. IUoinow, a. II. Ascmux,
Musical Director, Manager,
Offlce Fluke's Opera House, 8d Floor, Front
Will furnish Grand or Sacred nmilo for
Concerts, Wkddinob, Paiitikh, Ballh
and all other occasions requiring first-class music
(jay-Special rutea will l nuule with club
dean-fag U10 oclutra for the season,
rate furnished on application.
We also desire to state that we hais opened a
Conservatory of Muslo In our apartments In the
opera house building, for tho Instruction on
orchestral instruments. Tuition hours: 9 a. ro
111 13 noon, and 1 till 1 p. m. every day except
Buuday, For scholars uot able to attend atregu
ar hours, special time w ill bo Riven.
For further information as to i prices, time, eto
address or coll on the manager.
Having arranged my sample room for
the convenience of the public and stocked
It with the best brands of
Wines, J Jpois & Cigars
w uld ri ully solicit n share of pub-
tro My goods arc all very fine
r neocst makers, and I will take
, ,n filling all orders for
! aMILY supplies.
In connection with my sample room I
conduct a first class
where at any time a short order lunch may
be had at reasonable prices. Call and see
No. 10 1 5 O. Street.
Telephone No 685.
163 South nth Street, Lincolm Nkb
A Mimifur Mtjmrtif Jtodrn TYuim.
HtiiuumiOTiONl One Year lijr Mall or Carrier f ,ftt
HI months, $1,0(1, Tlireo months M Cents, One
11 dibit (illfllMI ill It fuiie.
litvKNTtsKMKirrni Halo furnished nil sppllcntlen
at tlio office, Rpeclal rates on Time Contracts.
CosTNincTioNat Hliort spicy sketches, tiocms, and
stories solicited. Personal and fioclal notes nm
rt t Intly lUrltnMe,
I'iiintinoi Wo make n specialty of Kino Printing
It! all Its branched. Hoelcty work a seclally
Address all communications dlrectlo tlio office.
vvicsaifit. A POI313INH,
RiilTons anii mirniKToiui.
Capital Holt.! 131 North Eleventh Direct.
Telephones: tutorial Itooni BM, Printing, T0.
Tho Couiiikii will not bo responsible for
nny dqbts inmto by nny 0110 in It tinmo, tin
loss n written onlcr nreonipnnles thu mum,
proorly signed, of course.
Wkhhxi. & DoiiniNH, I'rop'rs.
Cot'i'KH is now enjoying n grent Ixxmi but
tho prleo of brawi remains thu Mime, probably
on account of tho over-production In Oiiinlin.
Nkiiuahka City claims to Imvo discovered
natural gas, Wo presume then that tho
viqiorlng of tho Time editor liuretoforornmo
under tlio heud of iirtlllclnl gas.
Tub corn crop In Kansas Is almost a total
fniluro H1I1 your, mid If n sulllclenl ipinutlty
Is not shlpcd thero from Nebraska, Kansas
whiskey next yenr will not Iw u nectar lit for
This correspondent of tho Chicago, Ht.
Louis nud New York dallies who mnko their
heiulipinrteni hero on nccount of Lincoln be
ing n kploiidid iiows center, talk of removing
to Nebraska City which now furnbihcH nliout
nil tho most snlucioiiM Hoiiih.
LINCOLN Ims Hovonil gcxxl tlilnga "on ttiu
string" nt present, mid If they nmtorlnlUe,
iinothvr big boom will Iw iunugtirnted kooii,
There is little doubt but that tlio yenr 1H&S
will wltnem tho largest growth It has over ox
perlenced Thousands of oasteruerx will como
wrntMnrd next spring, nud If tho city is vtoll
advertised much more tltnn our usual ipiota
will bo diverted hither.
Council IIlufkh now hns n nvil, live so
ciety wper In tho Helleetor, Leeiw & AVnter
man's now venture. If tho pcor loot that city
don't glvo It good support, then they are not
as enterprising iw wo have thought. Typo
graphically handsome nnd intrinsically merit
orious, it deserves good success.
A war of compliments (I) has broken out
iiguln between Mnj. Calhoun nnd Walt
Mason. Knch Is accusing tho other of being
handsome, nt somo jieriod of their life, but it
is Bnfo to nny that neither or them has lieen
allowed to gnzo into n looklng-gla, for lol
theso ninny ywirs, henco their Igtiornneo In
such matters. Wo beg them to "como off."
Tho easteni pmwniul drnuintioHipershnvo
begun n war on tho "cartwheel hat" nt tho
thottro. TU well, let thu western prew Join
hands with ita eastern brothera nud fight to
tho bitter end, oven It tho "cartwheel" downs
tho whole outtlt, lis it prolmbly will. Tho
CouiUKli is glad to know that tho ladies of
Lincoln Imvo decided to nmugunito n now
style, that of sitting in tho theatre with tholr
Tno K. E. & M. V. railroad opened ita now
line into Omaha last Bundny and as a conso
mience Omaha pajierfl nro crowing over that
place liolng a great rail road centre. Thu
now lino gives thnt city n more direct route
to tho northwest, but ho is still far behind
tho metropolis of Nebraska and tho capital of
tho state. Omaha will havo to hustlo it she
gains any an Lincoln as tho latter has more
lines and miles of road Mian any other city In
tho entire west.
Tho CouniKH Is pleased to note that J. A.
Vandenburg has purchased tho railway News
of Omaha and will hereafter conduct tho en
terprise personally. Mr. Vandenburg is nu
experienced npgjvipor man, n pithy writer
nnd n hutler, and tho Count En predicts pros,
writy in abundance for tho bright andnowsy
railway sheet. Mcosrs. Kinlaybon it Douglas
deservo gnat crelit for tho able manner in
which they have conducted tho Nows In tho
post, ami judgln ; from npiiearancoa ic was n
huccvbs In ovory form. Tho Couiiikii cordially
welcomes tho 110' t proprietor nnd wishes pros
perity. Tho St. Paul Enterprise contains tho start
ling information that "Christmas is coming."
As tho Couiiikii has been busy moving for
homo days past it had overlooked this Im
portant event and it promises tho Entorprlso
that In event of its hanging up its stocking
or rubber boots wo will give n slight token of
friendship for its kind promptings. I'. H.
Wo have discovered that about sixteen other
of our exchanges have learned of tho advent
of Christmas and are heralding tho good tid
ings abroad and wo withdraw our olfcr of a
present to tho Enttrprlso as wo would not
liko to slight our other brothers and
finances will not permit list colcbmto Christ
mas on a grnud M-alo nud glvo anything
At a meeting of Lincoln Post A., T. P. A.,
held recently, tho hccrctary was instructed to
sell tho fiinilturo and turn tho proceeds over
to Elder Howo for distribution among tho
poor of our city. It Is with regret that tho
Couiiieh makes tho above announcement us
It certainly seemed tlmt Lincoln with three
hundred ti nvoltng nen and their families in
her midst ought to Ihi able to tilstaln such an
association. Tlio beiiellts of tho T, P. A.
were apparent to all during its existence and
many were thu bright anticipations of its use
fulness nnd prosperity, Tlio membership of
ot tho Lincoln pout was imtte largo and com
posed of the brightest, sturdiest nnd wealth
lent traveling men in the state, hence, tho
nbovu uctlon appears somuwhut ditllcult to
Whnt tlio l'rrn. Hity. ut I'miulnml IVnpts
In Vnrlou Paris of thn llnbltiibln (itotie.
Mrs. Colin Thaxter, tho artist and xjot,
has beeoinu n convert to esoteric lluddhlsm.
Mm. N. P. Willis, widow of tin jniet and
essayist, will tnko n house In Wnshlngtoti for
rVmntor Htanford Is to bring 100 vlnoynrd
I its from llonlniux to work among his Cali
Mrs. Hiisim H, Anthony and other ladle
Iniermted In tho work nro organizing woman
stifTriiKO clubs In Indiana.
Ellas Wnytnaii, of York stato, Is 101 years
old and has lined tobacco for ninety-four
years. He fears It will Iw tho death of him
yet if ho cannot hrenk off tho habit.
Thomas 0. I lance, of Maeedon, N. Y,, Is
10(1 yixirs old. Ho Is bent nnd wrinkled, nnd
whlto haired and weak eyed and deaf, n bo
fits his ngo, but "otherwise ho is in sound con
dition." Tho ouiirc of Japan nnd her ladies abhor
tailor mudo stills, but lovo Mowers hud bright
fancies nnd dota upon mirthful conversation.
They always endeavor to remain llttlo molds
Ono of tho most successful surgeons of
Philadelphia Is Dr. Carolina V. Anderson,
tho daughter of'n wealthy negro coal mer
chant. Hho was graduated from tho medical
dcimrttnont of the University of Pennsyl
vania. Tlio nrchhlshon of Munich. Itnvnrln lm.
protestel against tho jwrfonr neo of Zoelln.
er's "Knust" at tho theatre there, Tho reason
of his objection Is thnt three archangels are
introduced In tho prologuo as acting nud
talking in the presence of Uod.
Vcrestchagln, tho Itiuwlan artist, will jialnt
somo realistic scenes of jioverty nnd eviction
among tho Irish wannt. Ho has also nindo
omo sketches of the tramps' rendezvous In
Trnfolgar square, Iindon, which ho will ro
produco with nccumtilatcd horrors on ennvaa.
Popo Leo XI U Is very fond of iigrlculturo,
and has 11 uslon for planting tn. Ono of
his first works nfter his election was to plant
tho garden of tho Vntlcan with fruit trees
nnd vines, nnd this year for tho first tlmo tho
grnix of tho Vatican garden nro turned into
wine. Ills holiness superintends tho opera
tlon and gives tho necessary orders.
Mrs. Charles Dickens, who is visiting this
country with her husbnnd, is described as a
motherly, sweet faced llttlo English matron
of tho tmo British tyjw, ovon to tlio bit of
lnco that nnswers for a cap and rests on tho
bauds of smooth hair that is brushed so caro
fully off her pleasant face a typo of woman
o distinctly different from tlio American
Archibald Forbes has become a familiar
flgtiro on tho streets of Washington. Mr.
Forbes is still extremely weak, but his phy
slelans do not consider his case hojwless. Ho
has a magnificent physhiuo nnd a strong con
stitution, nnd Ids improvement in health
since ho reached tho capital is considered a
most favorable sign. Ho and his wlfo re
ccivo a great many invitations to dinners
and receptions, but owing to his feebleness
nro obliged to forego social pleasures.
Itobcrt Imis Stevenson Is living in n neat
llttlo cottage on tho Haranao river at a thinly
Bottled jwint. With him nro his wife, mothur
and Btepson, Lloyd Oslwrn. Mr, 8fovonson Is
constantly growing stronger. Ho walks about
half a nillo ovory day over tho snqw, maWng
uso of Indian moccasins in his Bhort tramps.
His spirits hove improved'wonderfully slnoo
ho enteral tho woods, nnd ho smokes fewer
cigarettes than formerly. The cold, windless,
piny air which ho breathes has strengthened
lila lungs nml put now Hfo into his frame.
When Mrs. Langtry was called before tho
curtain rocontly in a Toronto thcatro a con
sldcrablo number in tho nudlonco called for a
speech. After hesitating for a .moment slio
sold: "I thnnk you for your kind and cordial
reception of me, and I assure you that what
over corner of tho earth I may bo in I shall
always retain a warm spot in my heart for
Toronto.' Thero is another reason why I nm
interested in your city. I havo n dear brother
burled in St. James' cemetery, and I don't
llko to think of him as lwlng among stran
gers. I want you all ns you jiass to put a
flower on his gravo for my snko."
Madololno Gamier, a nloco of Joaquin Mil
ler, is a clerk in tho llrst nsslstant iwstmnstor
general's ollleo. 8ho lives entirely nlono in
tho log Cabin erected by Miller on Meridian
hill, Just outsido of Washington. Sho seems
to havo no fear of danger In her out of tho
wny retreat, and attribute lmr Into nf .r.
ousnessto n clear conscience and tho os-
M&siuii 01 n irusiy rovoiver. Bne is n crack
shot with this weapon, and devotes somo of
her sparo moments overy day to pistol prac
tice, Sho is nrtlstlo in her tastes, nnd lior
sketches are oxtromoly clover. At her de
partment desk sho is retiring, industrious
Gray's Ittrit Invention.
A wonderful nccount of tho telautograph
of Ellshn Gray, tho electrician, is brought
from Paris. Tlio principlo of tho dovlco is
analogous to that of tho telephone, and con
sists, briefly, of a plnquo on which is laid
tho paper for writing tho message. As tho
writing isdouo, tho plnquo vibrates under
tho pressure of tho instrument used, which
may bo a pen, a pencil, or any other pointed
article, nnd a similar instrument at tho other
end of tho line, acting syuchronously, re
produces exactly what is written nt tho
station of transmission, so that not only tlio
words of tho telegram but tho reproduced
writing of tho sender will bo put Into tho
hands of tho receiver. Tho advantages aro
so apparent tliat it is liardly necessary U
namo them. Tho telautograph is nenrl
finished, and It remains to bo been whethci
it will, in actual uso, provo equal to tho
claims its Inventor nuikes for it. Detroit
Talis of tho Ithlni) Throiitrm'il.
Visitors to tlio Hhlno nro well ncqunlnted
with tho Hhlno falls, situated at Schaffltau
son, theso forming tho largest cataract in
Europe, In this practical ago of inventions
and progress very fow will bo surprised to
hoar thnt an application has been mndo for a
concession to utilize theso magnificent falls
for tho manufacture of aluminium, tho story
of which, with numerous illustrations and
maps, has been recently told by ono of the
American consuls. London Times.
( A Modern Nouh's Ark.
A cdvercd wagon, eastward bound, jwisscd
through u Nebraska town a fow days ago
containing tho owner of tho outfit, his wifo
nud flvo children, a living buffalo, nu nn
lelope, of pair of wolves, a pair of Bwift or
prairie foxes and a box of white rats, besides
a considerable storo of provisions, Chtcugo
Divorces In l'raur.
Tho latest statistics in regard to d'vorco
In Franco show that Kcnratioiig 1) vv been
most frequent in tlio wealthy distiicU Ono
half havo lieen among tho liberal professions
and instituted by women, being generally on
account of cruelty.
In Ohio 100 farmers' Institutes will be held
as urtof thu commemoration of tlio lOOtti
anniversary of the founding of tho btata.
"DOOisS THAT HAVE HELPED US.'
Among tho books that help us all
Along life's dreary track,
In summer, winter, spring and fall,
None beats the Al.nanao.
Of past evrnts II serves us with
A record, full, complete,
In sentences as full of pith
As eggs are full ot meat.
Its weather prophecies ara true,
ur nenrir, ir not cpillo, '
And knock tho Signal Bcrvleo Du-
lleau's higher tlian a kite. "
From day to day with confidence
Wo to Its pages go,
To find, fogs-clear mild cold Intense
High wind "I)ok out for-snow,"
Out better far than heat or cold,
Bnow, hull, rain, thunder showers,
It gives us Jokes that Adam told '"
To Evo In Ellen's bowers. .jl
The Ju d'esprlt that mirth provokes
For which the babies cry, ""
Tho old, tho dear familiar Jokes,
Tho Jokes tlmt never dlo.
Among the books that help us all
Along llfo's dreary track,
In summer. Inter, spring nnd fall,
None boats tho Almnimo. Iloston Courier.
Tim Minn Kiln Club.
"My nttenshun," said Brother Gardner, as
ho carefully pulled down his vost, "has bin
directed to do fo!srln' artlclo inn Chicago
'"Skipped. Tho treasurer of tho cele
brated Llmo ICIIncltibnt Detroit has changed
his postal address to Canada. Ho took over
17,000 with him and it is said tho club Is
badly broken up. Lot us havo somo phil
osophy from Brother Gardner on tho subjoct
of ofllclal honesty.'
"Howdnt rex)rt got abroad I doan'know,"
continued tho old man, "but it was mado
outer hull cloth, as wo all know. Dar sots
our respected treasurer in his usual seat an'
do funds of do club or' safo in Ixink. Human
foresight an' human hindsight hov dcir weak
pints, an' do day may possibly como whon
somo stcn item may uo truo in port. I may
tako do liberty of briefly explainln' to do
tnectin' fur do benefit of any susplshus mora
ber do modus oporandl on which dofinanshul
system of ills club am conducted.
"Fustly All do moneys received fur dues,
payment of flnov etc, ar' coiuited thrco
times ober by do throo mombcrs of tho llnanco
committee. By dot timo do figures aro
k'roct, an all do bogus pieces sorted out to
send to do furroln heathen. Do sum ar' on-toi-ed
on throo separata cash books, an1 each
member must chock up do entry mado by do
"Secondly Do cash or' den passed ober to
Sir Isooo Walpolo, Waydown Bobco, Elder
8poonor an' mysolf. Wo recount it an' enter
it on four mo' cash books.
"Thirdly It don goes to do treasurer, who
counts it agaiu, makes anoddor entry an' do
flvo of us purcccd to do bank an' deposit it.
On do way down wo koop a clus watch on
"Fourthly Not a cent kin bo drawed frura
do bank widout I issuo do chock an' fo' odder
pussons Bigu it.
"Fifthly Whon do treasurer of dls club so
fur forglts hlssolf as to absorb $7,000 of our
monoy an' cross do rlbber it will bo a cold
day cold 'nuff for two undershirts. Itcan't
bo dim, oben If ho wanted to git his namo up
an' run fur some fat oflls.
"Sixthly As to any remarks on do subjlck
of ofllshus dishonesty, our foellu's or' purty
gonerally known. It ar' mighty few honest
men who run fur any oflls whar' dar' am a
cbonco to steal It ar' mighty fow who
could git oflls if dey wanted it. Candydates
fur fat ofllses, In'deso days, ar' selected by
various rings. Each ring wants a man it
kin handle. Each ring gits dar. Do fitness
of a candydnto as to honesty has no bcarln'
on do caso. If ho doan' turn out a thief or
an embezzler befo' his term ar' up all peoplo
ar' surprised. If ho does turn out, do public
holds Its href to find out how many others
nr' guilty as well, fur it understands dot ho
has not profited alone. When do honest mon
of dls lieutry rlz up an' Insist wid delr bal
lots dat only respectablo men shall hold oflls,
do great highway to Canada will bo grass
grown.'" Detroit Freo Press.
Jut tlio Sniue.
It was on ono of tho ferryboats tho other
day. An old man, who seemed to havo somo
troublo with his foot, pulled off his shoo In
tho presenco of two scores of passengers,
rubbed his heel for ft moment ns ho looked
around, and then hobbling over to a mother
ly looking woman ho asked :
"Ma'am, will you obllgo mo with tho loan
of a inir of pincers for a fow seconds!"
"Pincersf' sho gasped.
"Yes'm want 'em to pull a peg out of my
shoo. If you havo a tack hammer, perhaps I
can drlvo tho infernal thing in."
"Why, my soul I but I haven't anything
of tho sort!"
"Haven't youl Well, it's all right, and you
needn't feel bad about it. Wo aro all careless
critters, and I often come nway from tho
houso nnd forget my whetstono, wagon jock
or gimlet. No excuses, ma'am it's all right
all right." Detroit Freo Press.
"Is that you, Charloyr1
It was a beautiful night and tho soft rays
ot tho moon fell nbout tho fair form of tho
speaker liko n benediction.
Tho young man had como quietly from tho
goto and tho slight noiso ho mails) in ascend
tag tho steps attracted tho glrl'j attention.
"Groat heavens I" ho muttered to himself,
"how I lovo that maiden."
"Is that you, Charloyr' sho related, In a
low, sweet tone: "I'm so glad you camo.
Draw ft chair from tho parlor; It is lovely
hero In tho moonlight."
But, alasl it wasn't Charley, itwnsGeorgo;
and tho cold wind whistled through his
Iteturniiij: Letters Was All Nunieuso.
A Somerset business man not long slnco
had occasion to wrlto to a gentleman who
evidently had fow correspondents, Tho en
velope had tho usual "Return in ten days to
, Somerset, Ky.," on it. In nbout ten
days tho letter camo back to him, accom
panied by n scrawling note, tho writer say
ing thnt ho had rcturnod tho letter according
to tho request on tho envelope, though ho
"didn't boo why ho was bo nil fired particular
about having it sent back." Somerset (Ky.)
A Soft finnp. -
Proprietor (Great Eastern Dally) Have
you boon to tho magistrate to swoar to our
Business Manager No, there is plenty of
"Well, If you're not busy go down to tho
pressroom and as Boon as tho edition Is run
off bring tho papers upstairs and I'll holp
you fold them." Omaha World.
Tliniikfiil for Anything.
Bobby was ut 11 neighbor's, and in response
tonpiocoot bread and butter politely soldi
"Thank you." "That's right, isobby,'' said
tho lady, "I llko to hoar llttlo boys say
'Tlmnk you.' " "Yes, ma told mo I must say
that If you guvo mo anything to oat, oven if
it wasn't nothing but broad and butter. ''
On tho easiest iiosslblo terms. I will sell ot
nny resjiectablo jxirty a lot in NEARBY AD
I)ITION,wlth tlireo-room cottago for f 500,up
011 cash itayment of (50 nnd 10 monthly
Lot with four-room cottago nt tC00,tiioiicnsh
payment of tCO and $10 monthly. Lot with
live-room houso (700, cash jwymeiit of (75 nnd
(15 monthly. Interest on nbovo nt eight jw
cent, wr nnniitn. In this wny you enn maker
tho rent pny for tho house and lot. For In
stance, take lot and three-room cottage, with
ordinary rents for (10 per month ordUOpor
yenr. Interest on (500 amount to (10 jwr
year. You thereby gain (80 every yenr or
enough to pay off thoentlrodebtln five years.
Von will lu this wnygct to own a homo by
simply Miying rent. I will also sell n lot hi
Nearby Addition for (150, on monthly ixiy
ineiits of (5 each until paid, at eight wr cent,
interest. Apply nt Ed. Cerf's clothing store,
IKISOsrecLt . Ihaao Caiin.
Low It nt en to California.
Tho California excursions via tho Burling
ton route (tho weiilo lino of America) hnvo
becomo so wpulnr ns to necessitate n train of
this kind overy week. Denver, Colorado
Springs, Mnnltou, Royal Gorgo, Marshall
Pors, Black Canon of tho Gunnison and Salt
Lake city aro nil on this route. Full jwrtlcu
lor mny bo obtained nt city ollleo, comer O
nnd Tenth streets, or at depot,
Hliort Line to Cullfiirnin.
Tlio Missouri Paclilo Railway will run ox
cursions to California leaving Lincoln ove'ry
Tuesday at a faro of (00.00 for round trip w ith
prlvllegoof returning via any other route.
This lino runs through Indian Territory nnd
El Pnso, Texns, where n stopover will bo jwr
mltted to enable those who so desiro to visit
tho ancient nnd interesting city of Pnso Del
none m 01a Mexico. I'nrtles taking tills lino
will escnjw the cold climate of tlio North nnd
avoid nil ixjsslblo delay by snow storms, with
tlio privilege of returning via tho Mountain
routes lu the spring without extra cost. Mi
llion accomodations secured nnd nil informa
tion cheerfully funilshd by nddresslni; or
calling on II. G. Hanna, City Tkt Agt.,
Uor. Unml I'JtliHts.
R. P. R. Millaii, Gci'l Agt.
Lincoln Hack mid Ilnggngo Line.
Tolephono No. 201, meat market, 037 O
street, or No. !W1 livery born. Order slates
at some places and U. P. ticket office, corner
Elovonth and O street. Hack stands, Capi
tal hotel and meat market,
A young man of 31, good penman, would
llko a position either as ollleo clerk or sales
man. Good references given. Address B,
P. O. box 603.
Ladles before going to mako thoso calls,
you should mako us a call and boo thoso elo
gautnow stylo calling cards nt tho Couiiikii
In tho selection of pcrfutno for tho toilet
thero nro few who enn detect the trucly mer
itorious artlclo from the artificial and Impure
Howover, now that Messrs. McArthur & Son
hvvo decided to mnko a specialty ot toilet
articles nnd perfumery, ladles desiring to use
ho best in this swoet scented artlclo may rest
assured that at this popular pharmacy, nono
but first class goods will bo dslpeusod.
New Sewing Machine for Sale.
I havo a flwt class new sowing mnchlno
nover been used, of tho latest invention and
with all tho modern appliances that will bo
sold at a big bargain. Address Jo-Jo, caro
II00111 the Town.
Leaven paper wrapper with n thrco cent
stamp on with II. G. Hannn, city ticket agent
of tho Missouri Pacific railway, and hnvo a
"Lincoln Illustrated" mailed to your friend
east, frco of charge.
Through sleeixirs to Chicago aro run nnd
nil easteni connections mado by tho Elkhorn
Valley and Chicago and Northwestern rail
road. Try this elegant route. Offices, 115
South Tenth streets and depot, comer S nnd
Chicago & Northwestern mllengo tickets
sold to anyono at Elkhorn ofllco, 115 South
Tenth street nnd depot conier S and Eighth
McMurtry's addition on K. street, Im)1ow
Nineteenth, is one of the slghliest hi tho city,
ns well as being rignt in tho centra of tlio
fastest growing portion. Call at Ids ofllec bo
low tho Capital National Bank and secure ono
of thes lots.
Only via tho MUiouri Paclilo railroad can
you get frco reclining chair cars through to
Atchison, Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis,
Terro Hauto and Indianapolis.
Tho Chicago-Lincoln sleeping cars on tho
Burlington nro all started from tho dopot In
Ids city. Orders for bortlis can always bo
left several days In advance of a trip to Zol
mor'8 ticket ofllco.
Odlco l'lirnltiiro l'or 811I0.
An improved double ofllco desk, two finer o
cllnlng desk cluilrs, two other cane seat
ofllco choirs, etc., for sale at a Iwrgaln. Only
been in uso four months. Good ns now. In
quire nt this ofllco, 131 North Eleventh St.
As tho cold blasts of winter npproach It bo
hooves mortal man to prepare himself for tho
bitter bites of Jnck Frost. Mayer Bros, rec
ognizing tho fact that an extra lino lino of
goods'wlll be hi demand in Lincoln this sen
son, have laid in a largo stock. Call and seo
them. Prices aro always rock Iwttom and
goods warranted as represented.
And tho colder weather ore now rapidly ap
proaching. Tlio Joyful season Is eagerly an
tieipated by tho young folks In thousands of
homes; but In nearly nil there nro ono or more
older ones to whom tho cold wnves nud tho
storms iiienn renewed suffering from rhemat
lo backs or limbs. It Is not claimed that
Hood's SarNiparllla is n iKwitivo six?clIlo for
rheumatism: wo doubt it there was or can lx
such a remedy. But thu remnrkablo succf
Hood's Sarsnparlllu has had In curing this
affection is sulllclent reason for thoso who aro
suffering to try this peculiar medicine.
Try tlio Now Lino.
Tho Union Pnciflo has inaugurated a now
service lietweeu Lincoln, Toieka and Kansas
City and has placed freo chair card on the now
train, leaving Lincoln at 8:25 p. m. uiidurrlv
lug hi Kansas City nt 0 n. 111., muklng close con
nections in tho union deiot with nil lines for
tho cost nnd south.
Ht, I'liul mid tho Northwest.
Points In thu ubovu direction nro rcnehod
best by tho Elkhorn volley lino. Connections
are sure nud the line mostdircct. Get tickets'
nt 115 South Tenth street or ilqwt, corner J3
nud Eighth sreetts.
The lntest and lest thing out Is tho Elkhorn
Vnlloy and Chlcngo and Northwestern pnliico
sleeping car Hue running dally lietuivu Lin
coln and Chicago. Berths assigned hi ad
vance of n trip, if doshed, nt ofllco, 115 South
Tenth street and dejxit, corner S unci Eighth
UNION SAYINGS BAHt
m South 10th Street.
CAPITAL., - - $300,000-
Liability of Stockholders $400,000.
J. 1 ntttnvi,'
O W HOLIinEOB
J W BOWMAN
JOHN It CLANK
K K IlltOWN
K K IIAYDEN
1) I) MUIH
C K YATEH
HKNltY K LEWIS
U II IMIIUFK
It. K. Moons, President.
IlKNtir Lewis, Vice President,
t. ... . . 11. imiorr. Cashier
Interest paid on deposits of 15 a-d upwards at tho
(n. 1 vms-l-VI M.l.iUllI,l-UIllIPUU!IULniHHH
ly 1 our BAYlnjffi Account noUclU-d.
MON ElY TO LOAN
For a loiur or short tlmo on real cstato or ap
proved collateral security. Ilank open from 0:80
a. m, to S:30 p. m,, and on Saturday evenings
from 6 to 8 n. m. h
Crystal Steam Laundry
Will call for, nnd promptly deliver nil w or
entrusted to them, nnd finish samo
in lntest and Ix-st i.nnner.
and best facilities In tho city, for doing strict
ly first-class work. Our now locations aro
LAUNDRY, Corner 24th and OSts.
CITY OFFICE; 119 N. 12th Street.
TELEPHONE No. 478.
I3fA trial will convince you thnt tho
Crystal does tho best laundry work In the
ATITAL NATIONAL DANK
iM .. - triTAL Stuck fWO.OOO.
O.W Mosher, Pmldnt. W. J' Walsh. V-Pr.
It. a Outc-Ut, Cashlsr. '
REAL ESTATE and LOAN BROKERS,
Farm MortgnKe Ixuuis a specialty.
Boom R. Hlchards block.
ARTISTIC . PORTRAITS.
H. W. BROWN,
Drugs and Medicines.
Books, Stationery, etc-
127 S. Eleven st.
J. II. W. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
. Dutldlngs completed for incourse of erection,
from April 1, 1B80:
duslness blofllt. O E ontitomery, lull ami N.
do do L V lillllngsley, 11th near N.
Restaurant (Odells) O E Montgomery, N near
Residence, J J Inihon, J and l'-th.
do J D Mncfarland, Q and 1 1th.
do John Zehning, I) nnd llth.
do Altiert Watklns. 1) bet (Hh and 10th.
do Win 31 leonan!, E bet 0th and 10th.
do E It (luthrie, !!7th nnd N.
do J E Heed, M I), V U-t lCth and Kth.
do L (i M llnldwln. O bet 18th and 18tli.
Banltnriuni building at Milford, Neb,
First Ilaptlst church, 14th and K stn-ets.
ortuary cliidel and recelvlngtoinb nt Yyuka
Ofllco . Booms L) nnd 34
S. H. BURNHAM,
MoikY loaned on long or short time at lowest
ilea. Office In Hlchards' Iilock, room SC
Take elevator ou Eleventh street entraaes.
MANUFACTUIIED ONLY BY
EEHIABD & EI6&S,
Cliemlbts nud phnnnacists, Lincoln, Neb.
Mall orders prom ptly attended to.
1117 P Street.
Still In the front nnd nbsolutely leading all
nilK)titors. Thoroughly equipped for tlio
mest work, giving to each customer ail un
qualified guarantee for nil work done. All of.
our work done with neatness and dispatch.
Wo solicit orders for suburban villages and
1 elghtioi ing towns, paying the express on nil
inters one way, lleapectfully,
C. J. PRATT.
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