Love your husband's mother. Remember
she is older than you are, and will probably die first. If
you can't do this you had better marry an orphan.
ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH.
The largest in Nebraska - stock of light colored stiff and straw hats.
W. R. Dennis, 1137 O st.
Cutting Ladies' & Children's Garments
Can be had only of
Mrs. F. W. Bartruff, 1441 G.
A World of Seeming:
It is a world of seeming:
And so it seems that she is dead,
Mrs. Mackay has obtained an exquisite sapphire of brilliant blue, and large size, from a Russian price, who thought more of $150,000 in hard cash than he did of the beautiful gem. But he was only a prince, not an American bonanza king.
Monday. Hours 9 to 12. 1420 K street.
Lace curtains, Madras curtains, heavy draperies. All at
special prices this week. ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
New Yorks News (?)
Hjalmar Hjorth Boyssen is as strong physically as he is mentally. He is a con- (sic) constant marvel at the seashore resorts, where he spends his summers on account of his long distance swimming. He picks upa great deal of material for literary work duing the season, and resorts unblushingly to flirtation in order to get it. At the close of a vacation on the Isles of Shoals, he bade goodbye to a young lady with whom he had carried on a flirtation, with the words: "I am very glad I have met you; you have been worth at least $500 to me."
Roses, Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Flowering Shrubbery,
Ornamental and Shade Trees, Small Fruits, etc.
Floral designs, Bouquets for Parties, Wedding and Funerals sent to
any part of the state. All kinds of
VEGETABLE PLANTS. Estimates furnished for the laying out and planting of lawns and yards.
Illustrated catalogue free.
DORAN & ROMAN,
SUCCESSORS TO W. S. SAYER & CO.
Greenhouse Telephone 344 LINCOLN, NEB. Store Telephone 668
We do all kinds of Coloring and Cleaning. Our Dry Cleaning Process is the best out. Dresses without being ripped can be made anew.
Not as I Will
Blindfolded and alone I stand,
Blindfolded and alone I wait;
"Not as I will", the sound grows sweet
Dr. Schliemann's Historic House in Athens - Treasures
of Ancient Troy Scattered About in Rich Confusion - Works of
a Vanished Art.
To a Dragon-Fly
Pearl of the insect race,
Thou the tyrant of the air -
Dost thou know how hopes decay?
No, thy life shall soon be o'er;
Thou may'st love and humger feel;
But the fiercest storms of life,
Has always been to suppply the people of this city and those living out of town with dependable goods at lowest market prices. We are nof even ??? at quoting prices as low as others, but our must be lower in every case. This fat is asserted in the hundreds of customers who have visited our stores since we have inaugurated our bargain sales.
In Dress Good, Dress Silks and Velvets we mean to continue and also increase the number of offering some of the most astounding bargains not yet known to out trade.
The Mather Glove
Has no Equal Has no Equal
Quality and Finish Elegance and Convenient Lacing
Special Sale Price, $1.75. Special Sale Price, $1.75.
PATENT LACING GLOVE.
Are you supplied with a Parasol? We have an elegant assortment to select from. You can be suited as we have reduced the price on all.
On exhibition a very complete assortment of Lace, Skirting, Embroidery Skirting, All Over Lace and All Over Embroidery to match, all colors in wash fabrics. Mail orders solicited. Avoid fancy letter when writing your name and city.
Myers, Nissley and Co.,
THREE STORE ROOMS
Corner Tenth and P Streets.
OLD PAPERS - TWENTY CENTS PER HUNDRED
State Journal Counting Room.
Parquette and Parquette circle reserved ............$1.00
About twenty more children are wanted by Mr. Mahler to take part in the coming play to be given at the Opera house June 24 and 25, for the benefit of the Home for the Friendless. Many new and original ideas such as doll drill, sailor's hornpipe, fling, Spanish dance, Chinese dance, and many others. The first rehearsal occurs Monday, June 6, 4:30 p. m., Masonic Temple.
Lecture by Hon. John M. Thurston.
Hon. Jno. M. Thurston will deliver his famous lecture on Ulysses S. Grant, at Funke's Opera house on next Tuesday evening. As an interesting orator Mr. Thurston is without a peer in the west, and his appearance here in the role of a lecturer will meet with the hearty support of his hundreds of warm friends in the city. It will be given under the auspices of G. A. R., Farragut post, and is for the benefit of their relief fund. As his talk is of immense interest from beginning to end, it is hoped that the house will be welll filled, which it undoubtedly will.
This favorite comedian will appear at the Funke on Wednesday evening supported by the full strength of his splenndid company. In a recent issue the Inter Ocean says: "Mr. Roland Reed appeared last evening in his amusing characterization of Dick Smythe in 'Cheek.' A short time ago, when this piece was produced here, it achieved an unqualified success. It is full of livelyincidents, pleasing char-acters, humorous phrases, and has many novelties to strengthen it. The part of Dick Smythe is admirably adapted to Mr. Reed, who is an eccentric comedian of unusual power and effectiveness, and he played it with a heartiness, frankness and mirthfulness that makes the performance thoroughtly enjoyable. The play is charmingly put on the stage, great care hav-ing been bestowed upon the special scenes." Chicago Inter Ocean.
IN TWO CHAPTERS
Rising with the lark.
Unlocks the Heart
of Smokers is the
CLEAR HAVANA FILLER
One week commencing
Monday, June 6, 1887,
Tents Pitched Cor. 15th and O.
TWO Performances DAILY Performances TWO
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.
80 - Phenomenal Incomparable Artists - 80
The recent unique, graceful, fascinating
The oldest performing elephant on the
Ten Cents to All.
Buy your curtains this week at the special sale of Ashby & Millspaugh.
Twenty states of the union now observe a day in each year as Arbor Day. Massachusetts fell into line a couple of weeks ago. Trees are needed in northern New England to cover the stony lands abandoned by the hardy sons of toil who have gone west in search of richer soils.
In Crayon, Ink, Pastel and Water Colors
Room 12, 2d Floor, Chase Block Cor. O
and 16th Sts.
Parlor, Chamber and Kitchen Furniture
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
1210 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
Wholesale Dealer in
Dry Good and Notions
104 North 10th St.,
New York Office, 34 Thomas St. Lincoln, Neb.
WM. D. GULICK, PROPRIETOR.
BREAD, PIES, CAKES AND CRACKERS,
Of all kinds and dealer in
Highest Price Paid for Butter and Eggs.
North Side Government Square, Lincoln, Neb.