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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

tir-&-4- 4f. .jr" S . 5 THE COURIER. 'Zsrsf-i Hjfa of all m Lmavasmsf Pow LMat U. S. GoVl Report Dfe I Bakins The Slate rwWucr ABMumnwRi No Combinations A SUMMER REBOOT. A delightfully cod and attractive -, place these warm day Is the handsome Let the republican convention dob- store of Sutton & Hollowbush, 12th and :n.t. tiAmt mmnoMd of its best men O street. A new addition is a large and inate ticket composed oC its Dest men, beantIfllI onyx Boda fountata, one of the and while slate making cannot be flnest ,n tne 8tate .,3 , preided prevented, the slate should be knocked over by an expert flax clerk. This sea- ;t naiaa Jho &a'HtrUta am rtaarmtmrtt mn nut ice-cream and many new flavors . . ...J ,, ha sm fattA44ttfl in cream auiu iwb c duwu .....r Mr. Sutton's cream has a state reputa tion; he fills orders daily from many outside points; and is making; a special ity of this trade. The line of candy is now larger and finer than ever. Confec tionery always fresh; many nove...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

3p5f-? .t-: . t-v EJiS.TTT- .--T K.CI--T1 -i-tV- , '.jJ'VJNSf' t- ? ." "-V ."--?. 1 ' THB COUMSK. Fv; "..-:- - -. w-. pv.- - thirst. .-Numerous bars iavthk.ci ud. marker UMii nave aoHsbt i off second best to kjpds like a cinnamon bear, and mile likt.a happy child. He can spend mosey royally when he baa it and make it when he hasn't. 'He can shoot balls in the air and craps on the floor. He can ride with the grace of centaur and sing like a duplex nightingale. Buffalo Bill is -.a great man and he would make a great governor. . Bill was one of the glories of. the ad ministration of the late Lorenzo Crounee. On the day of the opening of -the Nebraska building at the world's fair it was Bill's Indiana and cow boys and gew gaws and clap trap and what notthat, under the personal he debate these gentlemen cope witfcytaad vtiave bee carrying on in their newa He can ahaka; papers since. The two papers of late are little more than dally bulletins of Mr. Rosewater's opinion of Mr. Bryan and Mr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

" ''.S THE COURTS. Personal Mention These natty little junior suits For boys from 3 to 7 yean old -; Professor Taylor spoke at Friend test night." Mrs. John M. Stewart is visiting in John M. Bigger left for Cadis. O., Dr. H. M. Casebeer is home from Cripple Creek. Mrs. W. W. Wllaon left Thursday for Muskegon. Tke Second Presbyterian church has accepted Mr. Bradt's resignation. The English club will meet Saturday evening with Harry J. Shedd. at the Phi Kappa Psi house. Prof. L. A. Sher ehb wHl lecture on the short story and Hiss NeUie Grim will sinr. Mr. C. H. Rudge has been elected a member of the standing committee for this diocese. There are six mem bers of this committee, three laymen and three clergymen. The clergy are Dean Gardner and 'the Rev. Doherty of Omaha and Canon Burgess of Phttts mouth. Chanoellor Woolworth, Mr. C. W. Lyman and our Mr. Rudge of Lin coln are the laymen. The funeral of Ralph F. Andrews took place Thursday. The pall-bearers were: D. W. Hawksworth. Harry D...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

ir'--'Ssf?wtfi gswwK ' i.jt-fi' ' "-S 'cs''?'"yps'z''w?vrrr TmcoomnuL. I ARE YOU F In tlxo put r& tSf- 5.. i I 2 It eu this will interest you. Every ttumbler rider whogoea the mile in less tbau 'Tvato minutes paced or unpaced, atany ranctionpd L.A.W. race rfill receive an jm(belllsli.ed souvenir with name nnd details ot performance engrave! upon it. Riders ot Any ottir wheel fitted with J. A G, ifres will receive a little less valuable souvenir for like performance. The holder ot the greatest number of. "two min ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receivo a grand souvenir. R. GUTHRIB, 1540 O m RAMBIvER I Z I St. : TRIBUNE Political Points This week there have been the usual receptions in this city. "Jack" Mac Coll and Charley Casey and George D. Melklejohn and a halt doxen other can didates for state offices have been here and "at home" to their friends. It is only a month now to the state con vention, and the preliminary canvass is assuming definite shape. Up to three weeks ago ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

wy r:rr; "c-r- - t . t; v. t r-t ." " i jrimmwnrs i ., . w ?-!!irK0!SJ,z; cr- WE AMD OUR NEGHBORg V r" - .H Mrs. Feattle's book of light stories. the "Mountain Womtn," to too lnter "esttag to toy down ubUI It to finished. The story of "The Three Johns" to as realistic as the most modern art etn deat, who puts down his brash when worthy of a good audience. Omaha has an Idea that Lincoln to jealous of her stoe and opulence and culture. This to not so. Only we do not like to be bul lied because we are puny, and gauche. Let Omaha be kind to us once and we the sua under a cloud; caa pro- will fas' for'her like a younger brother. dace. The bUasard. the stampede, the , hot wmd which has all the cswsaafer tottos of the simoom of the desert. Mrs. 'Peattle reproduces with horrible ex actaess. The despair, the loneliness, the teU of the prairie dweller of westers Nebraska are pictured with a sympa thetic hand. There to not much of the glorified mosaic of the sprint time, nor 'the beauty of the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

c ..-l .-.. - -. " . k rt I - . Jtf Mt ,L J H ' iXHS COUftHUL r 1 SWELL THINGS IN LADIES HEAD DRESS WBBii im ii w tfciiiiii if ' MsTT"sTTisMWBi'TBBHTnBBBBslMpTisB v BliHHP!5P?Tw - -'- t'--' i . i ! i i I ' I i i ' i ' i ' ( Can be found at mou," looO O St. K&, See those beautifulPanarna hats See those beautiful chip sailor hats See thoea beautiful Leghorn hats Iu flowers seethe Monte Carlo daisies Sea the fadeless rosea See the beautiful line of foliage Kf" W t" V w F : t'' iX'f WxS . fc - Only to be found at the fashion center of Lincoln OUR SEMI-ANNUAL, CLEARING SALE CLOSES TONIGHT 95per cent off L Mark Twain Is said to have post poned his Transvaal lecture tour be cause all the leading citisens of Johan nesburg are In jail. . Yvette Guilbert Is singing in London. Her song, "I Want Ter Ha, Honey, Yes I do," Is the most popular one in her repertoire. The Scenic Painters Alliance is the. name of a new union lockout entered into by the scene painters of America to keep artists fr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

31 - . -s? t " "?" -- "', w- 1 n THB COUKIBK. - ? C -. Vr i -s "-i, -. -- : I- I- fcr- iK . HHKHIWIWIH fK MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA t! V v- si j y My Dear Eleanor: Mighty Sampson ever Med. False Delilah Uvea for ever. Me lulls us with the street sons; of treachery. We listen, we believe, we "seek to slumbrous rest, fondling; the ear delusion that we are good or great r fair, or. whatever in our Inmost soul we most crave to be. Sampson awoke shorn of his glorious locks and strength. .We awake with every lace like ruffle erf assumption ripped off our plain calico back ground, which we have .been straggling to disguise. Tour ef fort at sympathy for ray low estate and crushed condition impress me as "a trifle insincere. An old French cynic said: "There is something in the mis fortune of our friends not wholly disa greeable to us." Tour real active feel ing seems to be one of thankfulness, that bo one has evinced a disposition to attach your scalp to his girdle. Of course I am sorry Clementin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssiriii. , i'rMT7TMBWBBBMIIIWBBMBBMMMTKhSr'l,BCwBBHBIBHirafliHBBMBBM asT1 ;.r -j-v? , - V THS COUUZK. ROY'S DRUG STORE ELEANOR'S LETTER Corner Tenth it P Sta rr;.Kjdiini "v. t.zf--v .-jK,--: nBTn'TCasaFrw-vu.- 'ju. muhm.LM. mji jaamBUBFHWsnevNiaHnB'mu3sr!5r,c- ssssssssa' sssss ! ii m i s. ' r: ttt fit- wp'irtwKiicr . . -.-- r"i? --- -f- -v- . - m v&rv-K ',. u.Mm&i.?WMmBW.mimmMmairgrin!t: 5 --. m. a m' w& i Dear Penelope: The other day Jack received a dozen neglige shirts from New York. He said he was glad the neglige season was at hand, and he se lected the prettiest shirt In the lot and when I saw him with It on Monday he said he had put oft society for the sum mer, and for three or four months would keep to hfs roll collar and tan shoes. About two hours later he Invited me to go to the german at the Lincoln hotel that night. I went, and Jack didn't wear a roll collar or tan shoes. If half of what he...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

y '". c L7- 3? "i sir - HL . V- '; ,:--. . - r--Jii- "Nv ;. . - J- " 1 . rrt-'-.-i -ISJJ -tr. M2.J ' s '" .ser- . .. -- '.-.-." i - c v JT " - ": 1.SP ?v. 'i. 5-. .. T rf, i" 1 ?rl -1 " . .N "",. . " -ST -5 "i "'J. i' Tls V&ZVter Kl J?-- i - -' ":-1-"1 "- ' w m t.SSSm V; HEW GROG STORE .& AT II 3 7 0 STREET tJ4L8CCtllCD(D0S8S(i)t WIfeL CdiPEIM ABOUT J U NB 6TH .M J 5 " IT WILk BE D:M. WlbTS' GROGERY t T i I or n 5 , s 1 I I I WMHHHHI ly one may be here now to visit her stater, Mrs. D. E. Thompson. Neat week Guy Hurlbut and Miss Grace Oakley and possibly others will Mr. and Mrs. W. L Kelley of Cincin nati, who have been visiting their son, ' W. JP. Keller, left for Mt. Pleasant, la., Mrs. W. F. Keller's former home, this week. The Kelleys were en tertalned by the McMurtrys Tueaday. Mr. Howell was In the city Sunday and left the first of the week for An aapoliB to faMU his official duUes as a member of the United States naval vis Kmg board. McDowell is such a lucky wmow. He ne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

'- "l.iri frr. &sii y . S -'- . .Ccf-'V? -4-?' ? W&V '"- .'j - , " TH1 COUHIEJL KV--V , --. ; ff t . . . .. . ? fluitt . IIIKff M' I, I 9? -"F .bJbkbbbbbbV nri :NLWEII BE svflfi 111 -s WWBBBMBBb LIB ssTR- bfbhbbIKbbSEbbB- F -Ji '-VstJOOsaaaBsssaaaaaavEsl rrrnrrliiFffliTn If rfPiliirTif niin --jf-tSKTim - FlSEBBPPK'Sr 2 ES-Sc-SB k SSUMMEIfc SCHOOL California In uTouiiat aleeper It k the RIGHT way. Pay more and you an extravagant. Pay less ad you are uncomfort able. The newest, brightest, cleanest and easiest riding Tourist sleepers are used for our Personally conducted excursions to California which leave Lincoln every Thursday at 10:30 a. rot, reaching San Francisco Sunday evening, and Los An geles Monday noon. Ask G.W.Bonaell city ticket agent, cor 10th and O St., Lincoln Neb for full information or write to J. Francis, G. P. A. Omaha, Neb. 0 Lincoln formal University, crt Lincoln, Xet OPENS ITS FOURTH SESSION JUNE 15TH, 1896, AND CLOSES AUGUST 6TH, 189G, EIGHT WEEKS. PREPA...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 May 1896

H- "i -3Sp -. V -,-T r tirj C-7 - -K- tf TaO COOttaUL . -v &?g && &c ? s '- : ' -- - a , jpu'tgy. Laxi BaasaaV 2 2 "Vliy not -Oyjx ?:; X I Henley, :J- I I THESE ARE WHEEbS-J C , V'- in which tke bicycle art reaches each year its highest expression.; ."...v. fsMi H - -" - -f r .: - The builders cannot make them better. JDvery attribute upon - & J? 't v - ". . .'" which Fame has been based is there, together with the fruit of - g. flp v--" V---- --J "' g , ' years' of study and progress. . 1 Rjf "; far ' 'rls-. 3y A f A ' l N We repair wheels and enamel them in any color, striping, names, "'' (3 P A , fi ;. v . monograms. We havj the vulcanizer which makes your old . . 2 Afe y- m x ' tires good as new. Gall around at the Salsbury block and ' gKa K V - $ help yourself to free air for your wheel. While waiting for y fTgVt RRRRV PflfRkv n your tires to be filled step inside where Emil will be pleased to - ,gB I fjjpr JP -; BMIL'ROHbFF, 212'S.12 BULPHO-SALINE Hn IOiS M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

:;Jsir m-:- :& ?-.' 5V EWv -J r FW 1-. i . V" -ft' . 2m. w yOLU.N0 23 vt- & - - y a - wa- - w -. -. - t3--' , -' , - .;H - reiasr' ' -5- bSTABLISHED IN 181 ? i PRICE RVB .CENT ft . C-w J LINCOLN NBB., SATURDAY, JUNE 6 I8S6 KKTSKXD IN THX POST OPTICS AT LRfCOLS AS SBCOXD-CLAftS KATTKS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY TK COIMIEII ntlNTIIW MO niBLISBHN ct Office 217 Korth Elerestb St. Jelephorte 384 W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Manager SARAH B. HARRIS Associate Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum $2.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 here, but has come to us for candi dates for the nomination for president! Manderson and Thurston with their various aspirations have kept Nebras ka well to the front in the republican party, while Mr. Bryan is regarded as a leading: candidate for the sliver dem ocratic nomination for president and the Honorable J. Seedless Morton rep resents that which is picturesque and exquisite in the ranks of the old line democra...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

EiffSE vXT.! -sr,-- -' f ??. : "" THE COURIER. V Hick of ill a Lmtcubc P K! ower Late U. S. Got Report Baking Powder Auoumrnv puke appearance, and has not that Cham faced, womanish air that many young preachers fresh from the seminary have. He has virile energy and he talks of God and His church and salvation earnestly and courageously and con vincingly, impressing his hearers that he believes every word he says. His sermons are spiritual sermons and the people are moved by them. The church Is filling. Men and women' are going to hear him who have not been in the habit of going to church. He is arous ing Interest in the prayer services. Mr. Silver speaks with little aid from notes. He has none of the intonation common to most Episcopal ministers. He just preaches, and he has power, as anyone who hears him will testify. He will fill Holy Trinity to overflowing yet. It is only three weeks now to the republican state convention and Joe's combination of Macks and Jacks is progressing st...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

-: r .---?.-"" - 7&rrr ifT """3 ., ' -r?l r' i. TH1 COURIER. f. ;P"1 ra& F - I' ?.- S'r,- L-. Ki ,- feS". Stf. ft -'. Secretary J. Seedless Morton, high priest of (the Inner temple of 11111011 pare democracy, has emerged from the recesses of official reticence, and, to use a colloquialism, thrown up the sponge. He recognizes the belllgerant rights of the free silver democrats, and admits that so far as the Chicago convention is concerned, the old liners are well started down the toboggan slide. In an Interview In a Chicago paper Mr. Morton concedes the silver wing ol the party a majority of 100 or more, and expects them to nominate a ticket and frame a platform which will be directly contrary to the policy of the present administration. "The silver sentiment Is universal all over the west," continued the secre tary, '.'and it fis growing.. So many trimmers think It is going to wftr that they are jumping that way. There is no hope of electing gold candidates anywhere In the w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

.,SV -iS THB COUKIBX. li .-. trMlag laaUeat la the subtle estkna ttoa. There wlH he so 94M.M9 erowa te he placed en sis head, aad there wW he ao possibility of crushing the Mfe eat of 4.M6 people or eat of oae persea. Asa the aew ruler will aot make may proclsmstkm giving free dom te hla subjects. For he will take hie place at the head of the freest peo ple oa earth. THE EDITOR. .at I ' bOOK ! ! MUSICAL MENTION Josh Rawboltb o The pact week ha keen one of much activity la musical circle in Dacota. Ob Friday, May . Mrs. Will Owen Joaes cave a "Twilight Recital" to a small audience r of invited guests. I wish to express ray hearty apprecia tion of what was to me a novel aad delightful function. The parlors of Mrs. Jones house were faintly lighted, the piano aad player betas Just vis ible la the subdued light, aad as at mosphere of rest and color seemed to pervade aad prevail. In keeping with the color scheme was the program of piano forte compositions played by Mrs. Jones. While the e...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

jFWQ&Brr&imrmgBS& " J- TH1 COURIER. gt?ftW39g?'T? I i:- i:. - k" i ? ELEANOR'S BETTER c.Trvjuot,imc.i yoorxAi SCO My Dear Penelope: Do you remem ber Georgia Hawke of Nebraska City, who used to visit Hollle Hooper and other friends here? She was a lively girl and had a number of Lincoln friends. We haven't seen much of her for the last couple of years, but I saw her at the Lincoln hotel Tuesday af ternoon, only she was not Miss Georgia Hawke any longer. That morning, Tuesday, she had been married to Mr. Rob H. Marnall, at Nebraska City. Mr. Marnall is assistant cashier of the Merchants' National bank of Nebras ka City. The young couple left home on the 10 o'clock train and remained in this city all the afternoon, leaving In the evening for Denver, where they will remain a couple of weeks. I un derstand the wedding was a surprise. People knew they were engaged, but the wedding was not expected to take place for several months. The bride's friends did not know of her presen...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

TO THE COURIER. R WBANDOURNEGHBORS t . , , 1us,ii.. fc. The way the aristocrats of New York are groins Into the retail trades should cause a blush of reflection to mantle, I might almost say to cloak the cheek of Lincoln's Impoverished, but' still haughty aristocracy. In spired by their example, and spurred ob by the desire to make by their own exertions, an independent fortune three young women of Lincoln met to lay the foundations for it, or rather to draw the plans of it. After reject ing various propositions they .decided that a pie stand should be the pedestal on which they would mount to opu lence. They called It a pie stand, but it meant delicious sandwiches of many kinds, pies, eggs, cold chicken and hot tea and coffee. After the plan had been decided up on the parents of the partners pro fessed to be shocked and the projec tors sank back into hopelss depend ence again. Ther are a few occupations Ir-re-proachable for women. Teaching is the choicest of these. Teaching is well...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

r- THS COURIER. r - . ? - i-6:: B-.- " 8v i'' 5f , L EFL &SlU l.-TTiJ c-r. of Bellaby. It was his acting not his looks that saved him. The latter might be much Improved or It would be use less to refer to them. He overesti mates the beauty of his profile and his mustache looks like a Chinese mandarin's. Whenever he Bpeaks it flaps helplessly about his face. Ethel Barrymore threw herself away on him, but she did It so gracefully that It was laid to youth and ignorance rather than to abnormal tastes. Maud Adams has a voice that the stage has not spoiled, though It has lest seme of its music. Her costumes, her poses, her expression fascinated the audience after the first scene. That ficst scne is unfortunate. It dragged. The characters came on the stage one at a time and shut the door after them. Then they talk to them selves and left the stage ready for the next entrance. Such composition is only necessary where one man plays many parts like the versatile Pregoli. The method Is si...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

,". v,, THX COUsUBR. JT & 4 t IHK .V" j ABE YOU . RJVIBIvER j X xxx rue puii I &-' If bo this will interest you. Every Rambler rider who goes the mile in lets than paced or unpaced, at any ranctioned I.A. W. race rill receive an Emfbellialiecl souvenir with name nnd details of performance engrave! upon it. Riders of A. - v offier -w-ti.el fitted with J. AG. tires will receive a little i valuable souvenir for like performance. The bolder of the greatest number of "two min ute" souvenirs by Jan 1, 1897 will receive a grand souvenir. . JR. OZJTHIOB ico O St 3 - TRIBUNE -etm9&9V&99Q9?9VW99909G&9&lSV8a0&l 9 - MISS PENELOPE, OMAHA vvv)vv'tAs)eceee same reason. St. Louis la devastated, the newsboys' commission, at the ex- We deplore, but our enterprising; pa pers revel in description, and the non- pense of our sister's calamity. It's too bad, but it is a lltie way tne worm nas chalant newsboys shriek upon our and methinks the world is too old and streets, "Extry...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

SsrfsrWWW1' THE COUKISK. 3&JHfe:33Hfe tffimam ::s sa FITZ6ERALD DRY 600DS CO., Sweep Kecluctiontft. 332 Incomparable Valuen. .. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. ...A Big Ten Days' Stock Reducing Sale Commencing Monday Morning S A. M. A STORE FULL OF BARGAINS. Quantities and Reductions exactly as advertised. NO EXAGGERATION. NO MISREPRESENTATION. voJCMHsai 5? 53 a 'fcfllT- IS t.-' r F i. fe t.t- 3ti a? smEc i. t - El yjw T B H a IOHMI . !.W ..Vi Summer Dress Goods ALL NEW. Not a yard of last season's goods in the house; at an average reduction of one-third on the entire department. 3c Yard. 75 pieces Light and Dark ground Cotton Challies and Scotch Lawns; reduced from 5c. 6c Yard. 200 pieces Light. Medium and Dark Organdies, Taconettes and Dimities, all 28 and 30 inches wide. This is our entire line o! 10c goods and is the choicest lot of Wash Dress Goods we have ever displayed for the price, many of the styles being reproductions of the 23c and 35c imported goods. 10c Yard. During this sale c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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