Newspaper Page Text
i ii cm
0ii'lllllK f Hio Sflioil.
Tlm uhihIu of tlio wiiltx 111Ip1 lln IiiuhI
aotno tlnnoliiK hull of tlio Hold Lincoln
lant ovonliiK.uiul echoed In tlm corridor,
mid tho lirl(;lit lllumlniitlon iHhuIikwiI
aaurltllitK ojt'rt, mul Iwiiutlful fneeH. iinil
rich K'Wiw, '' 1W0I fulr iiihIiIciih
nnd bravo nun pnyliiK liomiiK" '
, Muso Tirwlolioro. It wiw tho miiIiik
ncoption of tho fwiiHon, rIvi-ii dy tho
,llcwmiit Hour clult, uml thorn wiih all
tint Hparklo ami life and Kiiynty Incident
ti thoHCHHoiiV oponlnn, hoforo tho plenn
jurcnof tho hall room hnvohogun to pall
on mocIoI.v'h dovoteca, and moil and
woniiin havo heoomn wintry of i)venln
fwtllvitln. It wiih Hiiuh ii Kiithorlnc of
happy HHpl an doc ono' heart kinmI to
Vw, nnd if tlio Interest in an 1 rented Itmt
ouiiin may Ik taken an an iitiKurj of
tho M(iif in, t hero are many bright thinpt
,.It Iuih for yeara been tlio uiihIoiii or
thciilnbto lender a reception tomem
liern tin they marry, and tho ball lnnt
qvonlui; wn for Mr. and Mra. Ownr I-',
l;inlo. Mr. and Mrn.(ioorKU It. Mi'Ihhiwi'
nnd Mr. and Mr. Vm 0. Howo.
. There wiih h ltiri;o attendance of
prominent nocloty icoplo, n number of
KiientH from IIiIh city and abmad, lend
ing their proHonco to the .enjoyable w
, Owing to tho early hour at which Tiik
Couitinu goi'H to preHH, It in IiumhhIIIo
t(gVO ill tlUH iwtlW II IIhI Of tllOMO l'CK-
',1 dm) one year ago, barring live iIiijh.
x8tate Treimuror and Mm. J. K. Hill
benUminl the hand of their daughter,
Mfcw Carola, on Mr. Joseph II, digger,
si thin week they wero called upon to
Mirt with another daughtor, MIhh (It'll
tlidc, to Mr. Hcxln Weluh.
Tho wedding, though quint, wiih one
ot tlio prettient that have occurred In
Xilncoln for a lung tiiun,
Tim HtraliiH of tho wedding march
Mero heard at, 8 o'clock, and the bride
nd groon!', ntvoodod by tho hridcHiunidH,
JliM Winifred Hill, pUtor or the bride.
and Mlw Kate Kimball, enteml the
' hrwiug room, and advanced to tho Ixiw
(l winnow, wnien wan ncauuniiiy tiriiHci
with llowera mid foliage.
H ' Ir. H. Ill Ciirtla, pastor of the Flint
' iSrmbyjtcrfim church, ijerforniiHt the
,', ccrtmuiny, which' accompaniod by n noft
, rjifraln from tho orcheatra.'BecniU'd at a
,4 dlfttimiTivWjtH particularly imptviwive.
' ,( J'TIim bride 'wm lovely in a rich toilet of
'white HiiHiii, trimmed with old point
Iq7 Hho wmm much admired.
Tlio briuHmalda,drer80(liii pink, wero
radiHiit with youth and beauty.
1 Twining the bnlustradcn ami cluin
1elfora, and mianondod and draped from
ery nook and corner woro garlauda
ad leHtooiiH ot Mowers. Tho decora
tionH (tut otT tho bright toilotH of tho
iitawfl prespm, umong wnoin were wv-
'' en briden in their wedding continue,
nnd tho Mcena proRontod wiih twith nni-
mated and1 pretty.
'Mr. nd Mrn. Welch wore warmly
.. ongratulatotl, und ut 0 o'clock the party
' natdown to a dainty repast.
(i A .feature of tho wedding va the
pretience of, bo vend bride ot u year or
" kwnamong whom wero Mrn. Mi-ariH. if
Annsttu City, formerly Mlm Ouvort. of
tacity;Mrn..T. V. llull, or Ueatrlw.
' formerly tUlin Graco Yule, and Mrv.
"" BiM(fr. The bridal uouplea were waleil
t the table of honor.
' Mr.'ttnil Mh. Welch left on the even
ing train for Chicago. They will remain
About two week, nnd after' November
15 they will be ut hoiun'ut 170i li ntreet.
Tho high regard in which the young
couple iin) held wUh oxeuiplitted in an
t mty of iH'aiitiful gifta.
Amoug those pretiont from out or town
were Mr. anil Mth. J). ,T. Mean, or Kun
,j, Mw;Uity;, Dr.. and Mra. jj, W. Hall, or
'itetitrlco; Mis Mary Green ami Miiw
Alice Harer, of Heatrice; Mitw Arnold,
otChleago; Mr.'Prank Stowart, or Alii
nnce, Neb.; Minn Moore, of Hloomingtoii.
Unumiid inlen-at attached to the
rjrlbMng: on iicniiint of the prominence
-of the purtioH concerned. The bride,
-ntaoe tlw family niovctl to thm city from
HeMrioe'p tmveral years ago, him eujoyed
the warn etccm of u lurge circle of
friemaa. She i u very nttractivuglrl,
poMaonmMl of many charming and udinir-
h .able iualltl6. Mr. Welch, who bun
, .lea connwtwl with tho bunks of this
city far u uuuiberof years, is well known,
-aad.'his stunding in business circles und
imcially is of tho highest.
Mr. 'Kichurd Mcllluq, of Voungs-
,'Uwn,)t)'..1andAliKs Jiugenloi, lathuno,
4C this clly, wero uuIUhL in marrlngo
Waduesday eveniug, October 1H. at the
jvakieucu ot the brido's iwreuts, ir!tO
SontU Twenty-third sireot, in the pres-
eae of relatives and u few intimate
.friends. Uv, Uouno .iHirfornied the
. catcntony. Iatorin the evening there
was 'n 'ri'coption ut the residemni ut-
tteotlodbya Urge number of friends or
hibViilc, who is an exceedingly populur
.yeuag lady. Mr. und Mrs. McLcllau
' WiH wuku their home in this city.
The residence ot Mr. J, P. h'ishbiirn,
north Twenty-sixth etroot wus the
of a beautiful home wedding
.nHNwday evening: The contracting
'jpartiea were Mia Minerva Fumburn
'A 't ,! f
and Mr, ,lohn Martin. The ceremony
was performed promptly at 8 o'clock by
I. P. lmddcu, pastor of Grace liUllicin
church, Miss Nora Miller ami Miss
Mildred Parks were brides maids, no
cumpnulng tho beautiful bride to tho
lastrully festooned Isiy window where
tho ceremony took place. After tin
happy couple hail received tho con
gratulations ot all present u sumptu
ous wedding supper wan served. Misi
Fishhurn has only recently moved to
Lincoln from Ilelle Fonto, Pa., and Mr,
Martin Is caHhler of the Lincoln branch
r drowning King ,iCo.
Mr. Klinnr K. Zimmerman and Mlns
lulio L. HH)d worn united in miirriugn
Wednesday nfterniHin nl 1 o'clock, at tho
residonco of Mr. Joseph II. Hhoon, 1KI5
Q street, IUiv, Luther P. Lmldon ofllulut
Ing. Only Immediate relutlvi.-s wero
prescut, Mr. Zimmerman is In tho am.
ploy ot the First National bunk, Omaha.
Tho young couple left later in tho day
for tho east. They will bo at homo In
Omaha utter November 1.
Witt IIk Mitrrbil Orlol.cr -JR.
Wednesday, October 'Si, Mr. Frank L.
F.vaits and Miss Angle Htearns will bo
united In marriage. Tho ceremony will
bo crforiucd at tho resilience of Mr.
and Mrs. T. F. l.nsch, tho latter being
Miss Stearns' cousin. I to v. lowls
Gregory, of tho Find Congregational
church, will ofllclate.
. Tuesday evening Mr, uud Mm. T. J.
Curtis celebrated tholltth anniversary
or their marriage. Many handsome and
useful blfts were nrericnted by tho
guests, who wero Messrs. and Mesdames
Ij. W. Kldredge, A. M. Halrd, J. It.
Helms, K. W. Tobln, W. H. Goodwin,
F. A. Green, George II. Hogets, JoMeph
F. Katron, Ij. Drew, John Descher, Mr.
J.J.Owen and daughter, Miss Myrtle,
Mrs. J. Hnyder, Misses Descher, May,
Halrd, Goodwin, Maude, Grace and
Hmimi Kogors, Messrs. Gibhart, Cush
lug, boor, Thomas, Cull, Hhugart, Whit
man, Hnyder Holberg, Adolph and
('harles Weber, Luwis and George Tobiu.
Kapim Kiiu OiuinnM.
Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity or
the state university held a meeting with
Miss Muriel Gere, BIO I) street Hutur
day, for tho puroso or initiating several
new members, Misses Dora Hurley, Kuu
Iticketts, Lottie Whedouiind Alice Malt
land, the first two in the tlrst nnd second
degrees, uud tho last two in the second
degree only. After tho initiation cere
mony a tempting lunch wus served.
Those pi esent were Minuet Mnry Whit
ing, KlUubothHencrest, Florence Winger,
Maude Hissor, Baltic (it oh, 'Anna
Hroady, Nellie Griggs, Mabel Lindley,
Stella Kirkor, Martha Hurks, Altheti
Itoborts, Mury L. Jones ami Miss Conk-
tin; Miss Minnie Gaylord was present as
Miss loulse Hoover entertained u few
young friends ut the Liudell hotel Inst
Thursday from 4:.10 until 7:1111 p. mcelo-
brutiug her seventh birthduy. Mrs.
.Hoover, Mrs. V. O. Strickler und
Miss Dellu Scotleld helped her
to entertain the guests, who wero
Winifred Bhermnu, Hessie Guult, Edith
Daly, Mury -Humor, Vera Nobtsi, Jessie
Newmnrk, Nelllo NewmurJcJRuth Haker,
Kdnu linker, CleniMooreTJussie
Hurkitt, Clyde Ndibs, Alice Gibson.
Wntson Smith, Ne.wman Lnshy, Wjilter
Davis uud Paul Yutvs.
,MI l.f mi IfTr'?r Kulir(',f,H,
Miss licuu Dowew enicriained the
tttute university whist cliib, ut her home,
Rid South Sixteenth street, Suturdity
evening. Tho participants wore Misses
Minnie Gaylord, Maud Hammond, Pud-
dock, Kisser, Stella Kirkor, McDonald,
Pound. Miss Pollock, or Coldwutor.
Mich.; Messrs. Forbes, Spuldiug, Craw
ford, Weeks. Hicketts, Wenver. Johnson.
Hurnham, Victor, and Walter McLucus.
The students of the conservatory of
music havo re-organized the Cecelian
cnoir lor mo coming year. ov music
has been selected, and unusual interest
is manifested among tho students. Sev
eral young ladies or the city who nre not
students huvu expressed it desire to join
the orgtini'utioiMiud tin excellent chorus
is assured. It is also the intention to
organize u Indies' mchestrii to co-operate
with the choir.
K. O. T. M. IIiilrrtHlutiifiil.
Adusii Tent "No. Ill, Knights tr the
MttcciilH'es, gave u delightful entertain
incut ut the Lansing theatre Monday
evening. Tho program included ltd
diesst'S by Mayor Weir, Major N. S.
Hoyuton iiml Miss Himi M. Welch und
numerous enjoyable musical selections.
A reception was held in the Hulter
bloek after the entertainment.
The Luncuster County Teachers' iirko
citi t Ion met Saturday ut the ollice or tho
county superintendent, with lOOteUchoitt
prcFent. Mr. J. K. Spain, or Holland;
presided, and discussions on graduation
and course or study, records and rojorts,
pupils rending and teachers reading cir
cle were indulged in. Prof. Strong, of
the city schools, addressed tho meeting,
und u pleasing feuturu was the ehuriot
nice recitution rroui Hen Hur by Miss
Lucy Haines, or the Western Normtil
college. Tho teachers appreciated tho
newly decoruted rooms nnd extended a
vote ot thanks tor tho Paine.
Tho presence in Chicugo or Mr. Henry
Irving has readied u charming bit or
graceful repartee, ot which Actor Ter
riss, of Irving'B company, wuHthoauthor.
It was at the limit of tho last Irving in
vaslotior tho Windy CltytltatMm.il.
O. Stone, who loves to entertain bright
profrsHional tcoplo, gave u luncheon in
honor or Terriss, und all through tho
meal fairly deluged her "lion1' with
pruiseof his art, finally climaxing her
laudations with u query us to why ho
did not start out us u star on his own
account. To this Terriss rofls;udcd
reverently: "My dear iuudiiui,you over
I whelm me, I have seen just two Hhtruoy
stones In my life, but I regret to say I
have only kissed one."
All excellent und well arranged pro
gram was rendered by tho faculty of tho
conservatory ot music at their concert
Tuesday evening. Following in tho pro
grunt: ILitltte-ClruuilUtTitrtolm.., '.Urau
CtiioNl on Tlietmt from tlm KroulMrNeiiiilri
Mr. Wlllitun Leonard llray.
wionutwki-"Msurku". .. !!.":;:: vloll
Hr. Wilholm l,uutirnclil.
Chaiiln - lltitorti, Un. IOD . . . , Piano
Mlii Mntiilc A. KlcliariN.
I)iinlrittl--I(t'uimviiupl Hllomlit Viict
"1'iittltin" front litteU ill Iinttimi'miiMtr,
, Mm. Mnry Inllinnr Orny.
MnrW Iwtiln-Uur lliililn Front Uonos to
H'e.. . .. ...., UcttdliiK
.. . . Mm. Kllritd, IIoIIIim,,
Mottili'Uioliti Concerto In (I Minor.. .....Plnnu
Anilnnto-l'rt'Kto-Mollo Allcsrolu Vlvure.
, , Mr. (Irny.
..'rolii'Mrnl imrln plnyinl on lii-coml plunn by
Ill.ot -'I'orreinlor (from t'annptt).. Vocitl
,,, . Mr. ('lmmminx MovIum.
ioiutcmpM - I'olotiiiUn , ., ..,r,,,,Tlolln
, Mr, I,miiirpt-lil.
Mpjerllelintiil-MiMlrul lllnliiiitie .Voosl Duct
Mrs, limy, Mr'MtivlitK.
Tho second meeting or tlio Century
club wus hcltl ut tho residence or Mrs.
D. A. Cumpbell, Flfteentli.uud K streets
Tuesday itfternoon. Tho subject under
discussion wits France. Mm. W. II. Mc
Crcery read an interesting pitH'r on
tho French Itenulssuuco uud Mrs.
Garten followed with u sketch of tho
Castlo or Chiimbonl, Foutuiuobleiiu, tho
Tuileries and the Palace of Vcrsullles.
Tho progrutn closed with u puper by Mm.
C.I. Jones on Historic Places, Orleans,
Toulouse, ami Avignon. Tho next moot
ing will bo held October ,'U ut tho resi
dence of Mrs. C. I. Jones on D street.
TJroso present wore: Mrs. D. A. Cump
bell, Mrs. Frank Campbell, Mrs. K. II.
Curtis. Mm. Garten. Mrs. Henry Ilurtlcy,
Mrs. K. II. Howell, Mrs. Puul Holm.
Mrs.C. I. Jones, Mrs. W. E. Kirkor,
Mrs. W. II. McCreery. Mrs. Milton
Scott, Mrs. Teeters, Mrs. M. E. Vun
Hrunt, Mrs. It, T. Vun Hrunt, Mrs.
Chariot Wnlte, Mm. J. W. Winger. Tho
club has issued beautiful programs con
taining the parts assigned ouch member
for the season; it also contuins u list of,
the members of tlm club and places of
-w York' Itoliiitantit.
Miss Ethel Duvies, daughter of Mr.
uud Mrs. Julian T. Da vies, whoso mother
in u sister or Hrudley-Martln, will be ono
ol tho prominent dobutants of tho
neason; she in uu extremely good looking
girl, ot tho tuli, dark und robust type.
Miss Kearney, u grunddaughtor of tho
luto Geuerul Philip Keurnoy, who has
been with her parents, Gonoral und Mrs.
Johu Watts Kearney, is to bo brought
forward next mouth, und an she is quite
pretty and vivacious, will probably bo a
Buccess. iilis.- Grunt, who bun really
boon greatly admired ut WcBt Point
since hor return from 'abroad,' will 'very
likely fare as well us any of this year's
girls, as no doubt some of her grand
father s old friends will do some enter
tulning for her.
A farewell reception und supjier was
tendered the fumlly or Geuerul Victor
Vifquain, consul-general ot the United
States ut Panama, at the rooms of tho
Catholic Union club Wednesduy even
ing. There was u large ut tendance und
the reception was given under tho
auspices of the Indies' sodality uud tho
Catholic Union club.
Sorosis has hardly resumed her
regime us or yet owing to tlio neccssury
deluy in filling vneuneics, electing
oillccrs, arranging programs etc. A
largo number were present at Mrs.
Sawyer's on Monday, Mra. Miller, Mm.
Wheeler und Mrs. Fling were elected to
membership. The question for dis
cussion wus s)stN)ned, owing to tho
' lateness of the hour, but will bo tuken
up October lit) ut Mrs. Kicketts. Those
present were Mesdumes Sawyer, I lurtley,
Rickets, Guthrie, Howen, Adams, Hodge
nuin, Harbour, Hill, M linger, Heobe,
Seniors, Hrueo nnd Hnlyoke,
Mr, lliirr I'tirkrr Kiitrrtulim.
Mm. Hurr Parker entertained u few
friends on Tuesday evening in honor of
Mm. CD. Hardin, of Monmouth. 111..
who is visiting her daughter, Mm. Frank
' Krowncll. Covers wero luid for severul,
land the menu embraced all the deli
cacies or the season. Tho beautiful
table service and charming munnor of
' the hostess made tho evening mentor
! able. Those present wero Mr. und Mrs.
Fruuk Hrownell, Mr. und Mrs. Hurr
Purker, Mm. C. D. Ilnrdiu, Misses Whit
more uud Hamilton.
Mr. Lichtensteiu, un English piunist
stopted in Lincoln Saturday evening on
his way to Denver und gave u rccitul in
tho V. M. C. A. hull More a largo uudl
donee or local musiciuns. Ho presented
a very well selected program, including
numbers from Moszkownki, Heothoven,
Hair, Liszt, Chopin und Gottszkowski.
Mr. Lichtensteiu is just returning from
it concert tour und expects to locute in
Denver. Ho is u luusiciun of marked
The Ituvolu club.i sociul organixation
ttiut has enjoyed murked succean, was
this week reorganized for the season or
WIDI. The following went elected olll
com: President, Mr. Homer Honeywell;
vice president, Mr. Merrill; secrelury,
Mr. Hairy Hurley; treimurer, Mr. Frunh
Kitchen; master or ceremonies, Mr. Guy
Hurlbut. It Is the intention to give tlm
first jtarty sometime about November 1.
Tho club sturts with ugood membership
uud with excellent prospects for tho
winter. Another meeting will beheld
in u row (1)H.
Kntrrlnlhril Their Cln-. t.
Mr. W. J. Itohlnnou und Mm. A. L.
Moteulf onlortuined thelrSunduy school
clusscs or St. Paul's church lust Wednes
day evening, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Metculf. Thonn present wero
Misses Murluy, Hicketts. Seubrook,
Lyon, Howcm. Moteulf, Smith, Hood,
Muttheivs, Morrison, Piorson und Schelb
inger; Messrs. Lyon, Smith, II. Hicketts,
H. Kicketts, Nlles, Hay. II. George, It.
George, Mutthows and Sinull; Mr. uud
Mrs. Prewlthund Mr.und Mrs.Hoblnson.
Sir, nnd Mrn..lHliir llriilnii Kntcrlnln.
The huiidsonio residence ot Mr. und
Mrs. Jiiiirw Heuton, 1100 E street wus
thrown ojten Wednesday evening to tho
visiting sisters to tho st'Uo convention
or tho Daughters or Kebeccu. Mis.
Heuton wus assisted by tho members or
the Columbian lodge No. JK). I), or K.
Tho house was tastefully decorated and
tho visiting ladies wero given a most
cordial welcome. Delightful music wus
tendered during tho evening and an
elegant luncheon wus served.
Tho V. W. 0. A. opened its first mar
ket last Saturday afternoon ut Miller Ac
Glfbird'B grocery, 1211 O street, ut 1!
o'clock. They hud for side hoinc-niudo
cookies, pies, cukes, rolls, bread and
other dainties that should ho appro
elated by housekeepers. Tho market
will bo it Saturday feature hereafter und
will be held wherever u merchunt will
ullow spueo so thut tlio locution will bo
ehuugod ouch week. It will not be open
later than " o'clock.
Miss Duisy Tuttle gives u concert
this evening ut tho First Congregational
church, for tho benefit of tho Industrial
school fund. She will bo assisted by the
tulent or the city uud no effort will bo
bo spurod to itiuko it u greut success.
Tho fumu of tlio fulr singer uud the
worth or tho cuuso should muke success
Professor llugeuow returned Wednes
duy from New York. He will resume
his residence in Lincoln. Mrs. Hugo
now und daughter will remain lit New
York tcintiorurily, studying.
The members of the Plymouth Con-
grcgutionul church guvo u supper in tho
church parlors Wednesday evening,
which wu followed by a splendid literary
und musical entertainment.
A sociul uud reception wus given by
tho young people of tho First Hnptist
church in tho church parlors Wednes
day evening, for tho purpose ot welcom
ing students nnd strangers.
Mrs. Kebeccu Hee'son arrived in Lin
coln Tuesday from West Liberty, und
will remain with her son, Mr. E. L.
Boeson, or 2007 South Sixteenth street,
during tho, winter.
Miss Mury Green und Miss Alice
Harlor, ol Beutrico, came up to Lincoln
to attend tho Welch-Hill wedding. They
were tho guests or Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph
Miss Mury Welch, or Cadiz. O.. came
to Lincoln to attend tho wedding or hen
etrothor; iMr. Kozin Welch. She is tho
guest or her sister, Mm. John H. Cun
ningham. Misses Mumo and Hose Carson ro
turned to Lincoln a week ago toduy.
Miss Hose left Siinduy with Mrs.,McMil
Inn, whoso guest sho will be at Oinlen.
Mr. uud Mrs. A. E. Kennurd. Mr. und
Mrs. Charles M. Keefer, Miss Gruce
Ashton und Mr. und Mrs. Ed P. Keefer
left Sunday far the Columbian exposi
tion. It hi understood thai the Cheese uud
Cracker club, un organization of young
Indict thut mot uf teriioons onco u week
lust winter, will shortly bo re-orgunized.
Mr. and Mm. H. J. Means, or Kunsns
City (tho hitter formerly Miss Amv
Covort), uro in tho city, the guests of
Mr. unci Mrs. Covert.
Mr. und Mrs. II. Zehrung huvu ro
turnod rrom a visit to tho Whito City.
They join in tho multitude in admira
tion of its beauties.
Mr. Lou Storrs, of Denver, formerly u
populnr resident ot Lincoln und ii well
known member of socioty, spent Sunday
iu this city.
Tho Comus club will givo its first
party November 12. Tho club bus a vory
lurgo membership, und will huvu u guy
Messrs. F. E. Price nnd S. Seligsohn
left Saturdny for Wollsville, Cul.. to
look alter their mining interest in that
Tho Misses Cowdery entertained a fow
frionds Suturduy evening in honor ot
their guest, Miss North, of Columbus.
Mra. P. O. Hedlund und hor sistor,
Mrs. K. T. McGrew, of Denver, loft for
Chicago Tuesduy to visit tho fuir.
Miss Anno Crocker, of Shoboygan,
Wis., is visiting Miss Muo Hurr. Sho
expects to remain about a month.
Mr. D. W. Hand, Jr., of St. Puul,
Minn., spont Monduy und Tuesday with
Messrs. Frank anil Charles Burr.
Professor F. W. Taylor returned from
ChlcugoISuturdny, nnd ho left ngiilu far
i no world s ruir Wednesduy,
Mrs. W. C. Griffith returned from
Chicugo Tuesduy. Miss Grucs will re
lutiiii'severul weeks longer.
Messrs. Curl, Phil uud Fred Eusferdliy
und Mrs. O. M. Ennterdny left Monday
far the world's fair.
Mrs. Mnry A. Heed has mturnnd fmni
it six week's visit at Springfield, III., uud
Uto White City.
Miss Muy North, of Columbus, nnd
Miss Alice Cowderv wero Oin.ilm vtalt
Dr. J. O. Everett, Oliver Everett uud
Miss Inez Everett left Tuesduy far tho
Mrs. Clark uud Misses Lulu, Miirgnrot
und Hertio Clark returned Trom Chicugo
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hurr, or Jersey City,
Neb., uro visiting Mr. uud Mrs. (Win.
Mra. E. Ifullot li-ft Monduy evening
far u visit ut her old homo in Ottiiinwu,
Mr. uud Mrs. C. N. Leighton lert dur
Ing the week tor tho Columbiun exitosi.
Misses Gertrude Mtirquotto und
Nannie Lilllbridgu visited Oimiliu Mon-
Mr. Pryor L. "Murkel'hus gone to
Omuhii, where ho will in future reside.
Mr. D. G. Wing returned from the
Columbiun oxitosltion Suturduy evening.
Mr.S. T. St. John, ,f Junliilti, for
nierly or Lincoln, wus in town this week."
MissEttu Hotuling returned Tliiirs
duy rrom Chicago and the world's ruir.
Mr. Bert Ilowoy, nutionnl bunk ex
unilner, hus been in tlio city this week.
Messm. Chirk Kedick uud Bert Cook,
or Oinuhu, were iu the city this week.
Mr. Frank O. Zehrung will leuvo for
Chicugo tho eurly part of next week.
Judge und Mrs. A. W. Field spent the
week ut the Columbiun exposition.
Mr. nnd Mra. C. II. Morrill will re
turn this morning rrom Chicugo.
Mr. J. D. Calhoun und family huvu
returned from tho world's ruir.
Miss Surah Hurris returned from the
world's fuir Suturduy evening.
Mr. und Mrs. F. M. Ettstcrdiiy lert
Monday for tho world's fair.
Mr. und Mrs. John A. Van Dtium, lrrt
Siinduy far the world's fair.
Miss Arnold, of Chicuuo. is tlio lrui'sl
of Mr. uud Mra. J. E. Hill.
Mr. GeorL'o J. Woods left Wetbiesdnv
uttornoon far New York.
Miss Muttio GriftlsisenioviiiLMi week's
visit ut tho world's fair.
Mr. Joseph F. Hutchins returned
from tho fuir Thursdiiv.
Mr. Frank L. Ilutliuwuv was an
Omuhu visitor Tuesday.
Mr. E. S. Huwloy und duiiuhler hiivo
gone to tho world's fuir.
Kev. E. II. Chimin left Stinduv for the
Mr. W. J. Lamb hus irouo to th.
Mr. nnd Mis. Fred 0. JIo'wo huve been
in Chicago this week.
Mr. A. D. Kilpatrick. of Beatrice, wiih
in Lincoln this week.
Dr. und Mrs. Bull, of Beatrice, wero in
tho city this week.
Mr. Koss Curtis is enjoyiue; a visit at
tho world's fuir.
Mr. C. E. Huughinnii left Sunday for
the world's fuir.
Mr. J. E. Erb is in uttendance upon
tho woi Ill's fair.
Mrs. H. M. Bushmill left Tuesday for
Mrs. W. S. Lattu hus been visiting iu
Mr. Frank S. Burr hus returned from
Miss Efllo Stoon is visiting iu Wnhoo.
A choice lino of turn just received ut
tho Ashiiy Cloak Co.
A Yrur'it Nolnrrlptlou to Any One of I ho
1 oIIowiiik I'aporH
LADIES'. HOME JOURNAL.
CHICAGO WEEKLY INTER OCEAN.
NEW YORK WEEKLY WORLD.
CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES.
To uny ono Bonding us $ 00 for u year's
subscription toTm:CouiUKit in udvunce,
wo will givo roo a yeur'n subscrij -lion
to uny nuo of theiibovo pupers, any
ono of which the rogulurjuubscrlption
price in $1.00 to 91.50. Komemboryou
got ono froo with a year's subscription
to tho Courier. 9'l.t'0J worth of good
reading for $'.()0.
SEND IN YOUR SUBSGRIPHONS NOW!
As this ofTur will only hold good far it
2;S short time, Address J agff
COURIER PUR. CO.,
Ofllco 1201 O St.,
Dr. T. O'Connor,
(BaccMtor to Dr. Chariot BonrlM.)
CURBS CANCERS, TUMORS,
Wni aiil Flotalni wlthunt th um ot Kilt,
Chloroform or tUfaer.
mile 13M O Htrw-t-Owfii liloek.
('OUIlIHIt rilllLI.SIIINd CO.
l'liimp m lltulnpii OQlee 1:111 ( St
Or. Humnlirrv' Hprriac ttroKivtiUaeallr and
carctullr rvuarwl liemcdlri, ud for ytnn In
prlratn practice aud fur over tlilrty yeun hy tho
people with entire lucofyut. er.v xlntclb 8ccJno
a peclal cure for tliu I1mo tmiiicl.
They cure without UruRtloir, purKtiiK or reducing
the ytm and aro In Tact and deed Ute Not errlin
Hemrdlea of the World.
no. niu. rnou.
lFerers. Congestion!, InlUmmatloni.. ,ia
Warna. Worm Vater, Worm Colio.... .13
3-Trethlngi Colic, Crylin. WakefulneM .9.1
4-Dlarrhea, of Children or Adult as
7-Caaih. C'oldi, BronchllU aa
H-Nenrlcla, Toothache Faceachc. S
-Ueadachea, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. M
l-Djra)eaialM. DIllouineM.Conatlpatlon. .98
1 1-Hareard or ralafal Perleda... .113
Itf-Whilca, Too l'iofuo l'criod. .a
13-Croap, l,Kryacltla, Uoancneax 98
14-Hattkheam, Krjflpelii,Eniplton.. ,HS
lS-KheMMRtlam, Hheunutla I'alni .93
lS-MaUrla, Chilli, Ferer and Ague .93
lV-Catarrh, lnfluenxa.CoM In Iba Head. .93
UT-Kldaer Dlaeanea JVl
98-Nenraaa Uehllltr !
38-Vrlnarr Weakaeaa, WeUing lied.. .93
nCMPIIRBYH WITCn HAZKFi OIL,
" The Pile Olnlment."-Trlal Blxe. 3ft C'la.
alt kr DriKftiu. or .! (io.i-f.ld an rclr at frlc.
Da. llonrNiitf m.huil (III Ml".) "-i rua.
anrMtin' aKA toiUAimruiaai m., n nc.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rj.
Uont Diniiiir Car Service In the World.
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
GREAT RUCK ISLAND ROUTE
FROM THE WEST. .
ZCamembar. thla Idna baa Dapot for ail
iraina at snr lawooai auburttorducaffoi,
eloiato tbaWtftld'aratr Data.
TAKE THE ROCK ISLAND.
JNO. SEBASTIAN, G. T. UNO P. A. CHICAfiO, ILL.
I -o if . ,C ,
ON THE CHEST OF THE AILEGHANIE8.
(Main Lino B. O. K. It.)
SEASON OPENS JUNE 15, 1893.
Ilatnn. fflO. t7f nnH tnn ..il
corduyr to location. Addrora '
OEOimi.1. r nVnuiP'.T.Tci .
Cumberland, ud up to Juno' 10; after
iimi uuio, oimer woer rutt or UaklantL
uurrett county, Md.
Pamphlato daaoriblug tat
NEW MEXICO ad CALIFORNIA,
Mny bo had by addraaalnir O. T. N jcholaon" O,
Uohtion tbU papar,