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Tr.tiMo or suiifioitipriONi
Tiir, rm ttimi, mm cnr l mUiiiu'is .f.MO
Tlirootitimtln ... Ml
CiititrlliiitliUM nml nil eoniiiiiuilcHtlmn relip
( Ivti to iimi nml nlltorliil inuiur ulitmlcl lm nil
ilri'p'tli To I hoed Iter. , . .,
All liiiiii' lttiM( nml remit (nitre rlimilil
lin ml lrii-il i Tin: Cot'iinoi I'l ni.noiiMi Co..
lilncolii. Ncli. lmfl, rliKn nml iitiilllrii
orihri AiiimM liuiHiiliinsnlili In the unler hi
t lip en in puny
Till! (Ipl'llll'.ll I'l'IIUHllt.Nll I'll.
W. MOUTON 8MHH, tOITOIl. j
Tin: Coruini InvlW'rt tho .voutli of the
city to bathe In tho groat iIiiiiko lit the
Hiiiiltmltiin ut Its expense,
I.njim him slapped fioo coinage In tlio
fuei'. Tho llniini'liil desideratum of Mr
llrynn ami Mr. llurrows Ih now further
itvvay than over.
It took John Horry thirteen iIiivh nml
Hlxteon hours to ride from Chudron to
Chicago. Aside from tlio part plavod In
tho oowlioy race by tlio Illumine society,
there was comparatively littlu Interest
In thu long ride .
WllKN tllO X)lllllHtH luivo Imllt thu
rnllroml from llrlllsh America !- tho
Oulf of Mexico, a project will bo not on
foot to connect the north nml noiith polo
by ineaitH of an elevated olootrle railway,
with branch lines to tho moon ami Htnrs.
M.im,tu'.i' Matiii'.u, who decided hint
Hprlng to give tho stage a rent, will
htinlly give It, tho stage, time enough to
recover from that tired fooling. It In
nnnnuneod that sho will come buck thlw
fall, reinforced by tho Pnbst money.
Ami tho Mather shriek ami tho Mather
fall will bo revived In all their glory.
Hl'IT.VI.O Mil. I. I'llll IKlVKII.VOIt.
Tlio Chicago Sunday Democrat sug
gests tho llonorablo Wllllani l' Cody
for governor of Nebraska and n number
of uiii'in In thin Htato have ondoisod
ThtH Ih tlKht.
hot iih nuilio IliilTalo Hill governor by
Tho election of Col. Cody to tho ollloo
of governor would bo an iiiri)irinto
climax to tho scrlcH of events which
oninmenced with tho clout Ion of horoiro
CronnsclH himself an olllelnl freak.
HulTnlo Hill would bo a lit successor.
It In CruniiHO who Ih lamely ri-Hiioimb
bio for tho hldi'ouH moiiHtiortlty Itnown
an tho Ni'bniHlm bulltlliiK at tho wnrld'H
fair, It Ih Cronmio who Ih i-chiioiihIIiIo
for that nthi'i' olllelal frralc, .1oh(iIi
flarniMiu, Jr. It wiih Ciouiihu, tho Kvor
nor of Nt'briiKkii, who on NoIiiiihUii tiny
at tho worldV fair platTil lihuHlf nil ox
hiliitlonut tho hi'iiil of attain ut IihIIiiiih,
ami pationi7.(d thu cowbon. It m
(Vonmio who, 1 1 tho continuation In
nlllconf JoHcpli (lariicaii. lumpvcii the
world or that portion of It Unit linn vImHoiI
the world'H fair, tho liilpiiwlon that
Ni'IiiiihUii liui Htanipliut ttrounil of In
illaiiH, cowIio.vh, and InilTalocH, whoro
corirlH tho only product, and clvlliziitlon,
oulturo and tnnto arc iinhnown iiiautii'H.
It Ih OriiiuiHc and IiIh piccloim coiiiiiiIr
nlonor, llnrncau, who liavo iiimlo No
briiHUa tho lautthlnj,' Btoch of the coun
try, So, an lomt iih the public Iiiih Icarui'd,
through CrouiiHo and Clarncau, to think
of NobniHka only iih a howlint,' wililcr
iichh, tho homoof Hulfitlo Hill ami hln
cowboyH, tho laud of I milium ami buf
falocri. It't iih Itcoji tho thlntt up by inak
lt HulValo Hill ttovornor.
Then wo could have tho nlato buy the
wild wiHt hIiow and, after tearing down
tho ntato houue, place it on the cipltol
Htiaro ami (jlvo free oxlillltiiim dully;
wo could have ImliaiH for iKillceineii
ami owboyn for lettlnlntorH, with toimi
hawlcH and bowlo kulven iih tho twin
Hyuiliolrt of authority; wo could whoop
thhittii up tteuerally,
HulTalo Hill for govonior by all meaiiH.
"WE TWO1' OX WHEELS
nblo, old faHhloiied loiiligo and listen
ilreiiinlly to our garrulous little lamb
TWO YOUNO LADIES ARE DOINQ GREAT "Dear, dciir, and If.i hard toliellovo
nniTAiM dm nirvro cc ' tllllt '" lv '" tm' w".v rr,M Merlcky.
DRI fAIN ON DICV0LE5. , Y() ,M ,, ,yo hvnn; ,UJ ,0 M,(rt
i out like thW. just the iwoof ye. Ami
TlH-lr Irli'ii.U TIhiukIiI Thi'jr .Hint tit tell 1110 why "o didn't brlllK bOlllO llll'll
with ye too."
Kilo In coiivuImm! with latitflitur In tho
depth of her chair, ami I iuiiuiiku to an
nwer with ilno irravlty Hint wo iliiln
want to bother with iiiuu and that wo'ro
belter olF without thein.
"Well, I dont Know lint that yo arc
rlj;ht, but It don't hcciii mi. Now, yo
two arc traveling nil over tho wot hi. and
here am I, u poor koiiI that never gets
out of Chester, I've two brothers i. .ir
rled and nettled in your country. May
hap yo may have heard pe.ik of thciii.
It's somewhere in Canada they live.
Now, tell me, Ih that near UomIoii?"
"Well, Cantitla'ri tho iiueen's own, anil
Isn't Hoxton too'
"Oh, uol" I hastily answer.
"Well, I've heard speak of It nml of
Chicago anil Pennsylvania ami all them
places, but tC'ri little 1 know of them."
Blio hunts up a long unused lamp and
llxitt It up for us because folks from
our country don't like candles, and her
last appearaneo Is just as wo aro ready
for bed. "01 course yo two girls don't
mind if 1 come in now, for I want to tell
yo that tho key to your door Is lost, but
yo'iojiiht as safe as If yo were under
yer mother's wing at homo. There's
nobody hero but me and my man. He's
a shoemaker, as his father was before
him, and lm.ny ugood bit hu picks up by
his trade. Miss Hurley, she had these
rooms for near three years, and sho It
was that lot tho key to tho door; but
Hover inliiil, ye'ro all safe," ami olT sho
Crury, but Ifii-y An. Iluvlnu o ifui.il
Tlnn Sninii Note Uy llm Wii) Sllil. j
..Inn In Clii'Ktrr.
HhuIiiI OiriVDlxiliilclii-r.) i
Ctiravrr.ii, l'iii;land, .liino s;j. When '
IMith ami I iiuuouueed tint wo had do-1
termlmd to "do" Oroat Hrltaln on lib
cycles, great was tho consternation there
oil Our friends out homo In New ling-
r 'i t
Ipieu Hnd Uhp Hhts Co n Beggihc
Trliiimeil liatH at JiSc, 81.1'J. 81.11', 81.IK), 61.97, etc.. former prices wort
fc'J.f0 to 60. In fact you can buy any trimmed hat In our store at less
than half of the former price, hadies dress shapes, latest stvloH, white
chip, fancy luaidH and fancy straws, at 1'Sc; former price i'2.M.
MlhAX AND KAXCV STRAW, WORhlVS FAIR SAILORS -TOo.
Ah the line is not a large one. come eatly for a good choice.
Nkxt Tuesday ovonlng thero will be a
gojd many burnt lingers and a gmid
many husky voices, for tiro worltH ami
Kottrth of July orations have their coil-
HciiucnocH; but the pi'ople will have
manifested their patriotism by the noise
of powder and voice, and there will be
tho cquvtutton that the (heat Day va
tlrtlngly lAiserved. , .
Tiimti: were enough anarchlstH loose
In the world- and in thin country--be-foroQovornorAltgeldotlllinolHllberated
Kielden, Schwab and Neebe.on Monday.
Thu Chicago anarchists were undoubt
edly guilty when they were sentenced,
anil they aro just as guilty now as they
were then. It Is too bad Gov. Altgeld
cunnot go back ami unhang Spies, Par
sons, Fischer and Uugel, while ho Is in
tho business of lo-illstrlbutlug anarchy.
Tiik Hutler County Vest says: "Judge
Maxwell is receiving more compliments
than any other man In tho state." The
JVtW Idea of a compliment is certainly
liniilite. A very large number of people
In this statu have come to tho conclusion
that Judge Maxwell makes them very
tired, and tho public expressions of that
feeling aro lxth inultituduious and em
phatic. If the l'rfu can twist tho gen
eral protest against tho re-election of
Judge Maxwell into a compliment,
it can do more than many of tho vener
able judgo'a moat intimate friondsenn do.
Tin; Sunday attendaneo tit thu world's
fair has fooled ovrrybody. Sunday,
June I'J, tho attomlauee was Tl.'Jl.'l,
against 7'J,8S!, the Saturday before, unit
77,lllUhe Momlay following. On Sun
day, tho 18th, it was r.'.l.tKK), against 1-19,-OIM
tho Saturday previous, and So.Uill
the Monday following, hast Sunday
U-,029 people attended the fair, as com
pared to 1HS.SU tho Saturday previous,
and 1)1,1(10 on Monday. Tho laboring
men who are supposed to bo .unable to
visit the fair any other day, haven't
docked to tho fair by tho million on Sun
day, and it Ih apparent that tho argu
ments of the Chicago papers, so far as
thin plniHo of Sunday opening in con
cerned, were nearly all gulf.
"wi! two" on iiiic tvrr.AMi'.n ooino ovnii.
land labored with us, they pleaded with
us, ami they volunteered such pleasing
remarks iih these: "You must be crazy."
"Well, I never expect to see you back
agabi." "H'hii most preposterous Idea
for two girls to start oil" alono on any
hitch expedition." etc.
Hut hero voire, safe and sound so far.
After lauding at Liverpool we linnicdl
ntely proceeded lo have our bicycles sent
to bo uiipuukcd ami set up. Ah may no trots. Wo pile tilings up agonist tlio tin
imagined, the American wheels created locked door, look under the bed and peer
quite a sensation, and when wo called i Into tho closets and then crawl into the
later on for them wo found thoin stir- j snowy bed, which smells of lavender,
rounded by u crowd of men and boys, and aro speedily lost to the things of this
Thu smiling clerk brought them to the i world.
btreet for ns. and as we were pteparlng j Wo rise early to explore the queer old
to mount two digtillled young English t city with its Roman nntlquitiesnnd vnri
moil who wt'fo passing stopped, and ono ous relics of innnv centuries ago. We
exclaimed to tho other In an audible I (ravin-no the top of the wall which stir
aside: I rounds "old" Chester and get Into the
"HyJovol 'Ihero aro two hout ami , sentry boxes nml peep out of tho loop
Two Hours exclusive! tnilliner.v O and 12th Sis.. Funko's Opein House corner
IS EII1I11 1. 1. CI OFFEH
WHICH KILL BENEFIT YOU BESIDES PAYING OEP HIE V. N. C. A. DELT.
Commencing Friday morning and for eight days we otter our entire stock of dry
goods at a cash discount to jolt of one llfth oil' on everything and in addition to
this inarveloiiH oiler we will give Hie . M. C. A. fund J per cent on every dollar,
provided von present the Journal coupon or (hi wo being disliibutcil lv tho V. M.
V. A. LadioH Committee, mailing the enormous discount given bj us of
J OKI. 1 lui.i., of iMimlen.iuoueof his ad
dresses befoto tho crazy "north and south
railroad" convention in thin city, said:
"Tho only obstacles in the way of the
successful consummation of tho project
aro the constitutional dilllculties, which
could be overcome." Mr. Hull Ih very
ingenuous, (mil his faith is sublime. To
him tho erection of a railroad '2,000 miles
long at an OHtlinntod tlrHt cost or $'2,000,.
000, is as simple a matter as rolling oil a
log, and rolling otr a log Ih what might bo
called dead easy.
Tim.sK people who aro not going to
thu world'H fair, and tho public genet
ally, cannot tnuko better use of their time
than by spending a few days at ono of
the Chautauqua assemblies in this
state. The Chautauqua assemblies have
succedwl admirably in mixing intellec
tual prottt with pleasant recreation.
Iiw. Fn.vNic l.F.HUK, iu her reply to
her late husbaud'B newspaper interview
in wlatlou to tho divorce case, said: "1
had almost sooner bo accused of murder
than bad taste." Mrs. Leslie will prob
ably never bo accused of tho former, but
sho constantly invites the second charge
by her own conduct. A woman who
keeps herself before the public, by the
methods of prurient autressis and
adventuresses, can certainly not
bo credited with good tusto;
and when her domestic infelicity
is tlauntiugly trailed through the col
umns of the public press, she exhibits u
taste that comes very near being do-
Tub Jmtnuit shockwl the public Sun
day morning by expressing what closely
approximated an opinion on the Mosher
case. Our contemporary's remark by
way of excuse for its silence in the pilst,
that "the situation was too grave, and
too many people were vitally interested
in tho proceedings to justify extended
comment," Onuses one to wonder just
what i the Jonniu'it conception of the
ecopu ami province of editorial comment.
Some people, may bo with less knowl
edge of editorial ethics than tho learned
Journal, tire foolish enough to imagine.
that when thu situation is grave and
when a great many jieoploarolntetested,
is just tho time for editorial treatment.
Ami wc must confess that thero is no
imrtleular interest in tin editorial
harangue in tho year of our Lord eigh
iUen hundred ami ninety-three, .i some
obscure event that occurred, say, In tho
year .100. In tho present instance tho
wonder is that tho Journal ventured to
expreiw un opinion, or what might be
tkMd M opiaiou, k early aa six months
ft tt wmwwa.
Tin: world's fair is not an unmixed
blessing. A year or so bofoio' the open
ing of tho fair, Joseph Ciiirneau, jr., was
enjoying undiHturbe.l repose among his
crackers and obscurity, and tho public
had no reason to regard Nebraska as a
hout American bicycles."
"Yea," was the answer, "and they are
hout and hunt American girls who are
going to ride them too. We'll wait ami
seo them go."
"It's an easy matter to get away from
the 'vulgar crowd.'" 1 call back to Kile1
as we sail swiftly down the street, turn
the first corner anil aro lost to sight.
Wo linger around Liverpool for a couple,
of days to see the sights and "get our
bearings" and then early ono morning
cross tho River Mersey to Dirkeiihcad
ami take tho turnpike road to Chester,
the old walled city of which wu havo
read so much. The road for tho entire
distance is like it lloor. but it is far too
interesting to hurry over. The "gentry,"
with their stately homes and ancestra'
acres, lino thu sides of the road all' thu
way. with un occasional little settlement
of more common people and u country
tavern or two, where we stop for a cool
ing drink or some other refreshments.
Wo stop to chat with the country peo
ple wo meet on our wuy, most of whom
are so ragged and dirty that if wo met
them In America wo would bo likely to
call them tramps and give them a wide
berth. Here their honest, good uatitred
faces reassure us, ami we often gain i.
fund of interesting information from
these slow going tanner folk, who al
ways scum to have plenty of time to stop
their horses and chat. Wo meet party
after party of cyclists, many of whom
slow tip as they draw near us for a pleas
ant word. We are Informed that at
Mrs. Urown's, tho "half way house," we
can get a good dinner, as sho caters es
pecially for cyclists. As wo draw up to
the door the following Inscription greeta
us: "Mrs. Hrown is licensed to sell In
toxicating liquors and small beer to be
drank on the premises."
"Well," said Edo firmly. "1 won't
sacrillce my temperance principles and
go in there. If I am hungry, ami wo
journey on. In a short time woconio to
an inn that is decidedly cozy and com
fortablo in appearaneo, and wo decide to
stop. As we pas around to the side to
the entrance the big siu'ii .winging in
the wind reads, "Licensed to sell wine
and spirituous liquors."
Tlio corners of Edith's month droop a
little as this meets her eyes, but sho
howling wilderness over running witti
hutfnlocH and Indians. The Nebraska
building was then a thing unknown.
Tub Heatrico Kxpivus propounds a
query which the iletuocratlo press will
probably not bo very hasty in answering:
it is this: "Can any ono mention any new
industry which has been transplanted to
this' country since March I, IS'J'lf
holes nml try to imagine wo aro sentinels
watching for invaders. Red coated Brit
ish soldiers travel about the city ami give
an added plcturesquoncsstothoolil place.
I (1ml tho "wishing steps," and. according
to the rule, walk up and down over them
thr-M) times, holding my breath and then
"wish for what 1 want most." I may as
well add right hero that I didn't get that
wish. Then I found the ruins of the
mill that Mauds on the River Dee where
the miller sang so cheerily, "I envy no,
body; no, not I. and nobody envies mo."
We visit the cathedral, Tho Rows and
other points of interest, and when we
aro told that Chester is built on tho ruin9
of an old Roman city ami that it is im
possible to dig into thei irthto tho depth
of two or three feet without coining
upon souiD relics of the old Romans it ii
pressly for the benellt
Mrs.T. II. Leavitt.
Mrs. S. II. Hurnham.
Mrs. L. C. RichardH.
Mrs. M. D. Welch.
Mrs. J. W. Winger.
Mrs. F.M.I lull.
I. pi U REBATE FUP.
Lincoln, AVo., Jhiic 23 lo Jul') li, 1S03.
I'a II o llio onh'v of V, M, .'. -rl. Fund on account
(Sii;ii mr un mo unit iiililrcKf.)
Tliin check in good for !i per cent reliala iu addition
to our '0 per cent discount sale now in jirourcxs,
when presented at time of purchase.
11. It. h'fiUO d- Co.
only tho fact that we cannot possibly
carry any oxtra luggago that restrains
us from at-once starting out with shovel
and pick to dig for antiquities. And so,
having "done" Chester, wo got out our
wheels and start duo east for Manchester.
Caimui: L. Hodsdon.
I'lhii County llriiilnlici'iiei-n.
Summit, N. .1., Juno 20. The other
night a very nice, sociablo old fellow
came up and introduced himself as
Jabez Meserolo of Piko county, Pa. I
told him that I had been at Milford
and Diugman's Ferry and went into
raptures over that lovely region and
spoke of tho great hunting up there.
"Thero ain't no sich hunting as thero
used to be," ho said with heartfelt pa
thos. "When I was a boy, (ho quail was
so mentilul up there that you count
walks steadily forward this time, and j catch .,. j,, iiHcoopiiotllko butterflies."
TiikCouimku this week begins tho
publication of a regular weekly letter
from Chicago by its own special corre.
spondont. This is in addition to the
regular world's fair correspondence.
"I mkt Eulallaon tho Midway Phils
nneo," is n harmless little sentence if you
are sure of your pronunciation you can
use it to humiliate tho people who talk
about U-lay-ee and playsants.
Rki'kai.imi the Sherman law is one
tiling. Enacting something else in its
place is quite another thing.
Sure, etllciont, easy Hood's Pills.
They should bo in every traveller's grip
and every family medicine chest. 5c.
Rich, puro ami wholesome ice cream
and ices for tlio homo, party or picnic at
jiriqier prices at Chas. Juno's, comer
Thirteenth and O streets. Telephone
we enter the coztest ot iHuIug rooms,
and an enticing repast is soon spread be
Tho obliging waiter asks us if wo
would like some bi-cr or anything else to
drink. There is consider.ihlu acidity in
Edo's voice us she orders lenionaih' and
disapproval In her eye. a.s 1 ask for a
glass of porter. 1 silence any remon
strances, by remarking that 1 am going
to drink it for its tlesh producing qual
ities, and as thero is no occasion for Iter
to use it for that reason she may as well
Wo linger around until wo suddenly
awako to the fact that night is drawing
on apace and sottledown for a quick run
into Chester. Wo dismount in trout of a
little shop, ami I enter to make some in
quiries as to lodgings or hotels.
A quaint, motherly little oul laiiy
meets uiu, and after a somewhat pro
longed survey of my general apiu-aranco
and a glance at Ede, who is standing
guard over tho wheols outsido, says
heartily; "I'm an old fashioned woman,
but 1 have a comfortable room and a
good, clean bed. The two of yo are tired
and dtpjty Now, then, come in and stay
tho night, and I'll do the best that over 1
can for ye."
Tho nlaco is antiquated and gloomy,
hut neat, and I decided to accept tho in
vitation. Sponges, brushes and quaiiti-
ties of soap and water soon set us to
rights, and when wo come back from I
our room to (hid a tablo spread with tho
most iiumaculato linen ami daintiest of
ancient eggshell china, which is loaded
with an appetizing super for just "vvo
two," wo sit down and heartily dis
cuss it and feel at peace witli all the
wot id, Ede creeps into tlio depths of a
big chair, and I curl up on tho comfort-
"Then vou were a hunter';" I asked
"Well, yes." he replied, as if ho felt
offended on being linked such a question.
"1 used to hunt a little, but not iu the
ordinary way. I generally had a plan of
my own. Now, when the snakes came
around to suck the eggs, yon don't sup
peso I sat up all night to kill them, do
yon? Not much. I het eel pot h for them
around tho coops, and in the morning I
put tho eelpots under water and drowned
the snakes ami skinned them for the mar
ket. That's the way I caught snakes."
Hero thu old man began to laugh.
, "I have to laugh," ho continued,
"whenever 1 think of tho snako 1 caught
trying to suck a big china nest egg.
liosh, how puzzled ho looked when Ids
teeth slipped or broke off close to tho
I roots like icicles! Whew, jiinuiiuy, but
It was funnier than tho way 1 used to
catch chicken hawks."
"How did yon catch thom?" 1 asked.
' "Why I u-od to put a big fishhook
well baited on a Into tail and raiso tho
kite. Ai soon as tho hawk swallowed
tho hook I would play him liko a black
, bass until ho caved in, and then I would
pull him down ami cook him for chicken
I And then Hie old man throw his head
back, closed his oyi and went into a
sort of rapture trance.
R. K. MUNKITTltlCK.
To tho Y. M. C. A. Fund on the
amount of trade this sale ought
to bring us will surprise a great
Wo give you a discount on every
single article iu our stoic of onc
llfth oir (which you get). Then
If von present a V. M. C. A. con
(ion at the end of your purchases,
we give the Y. M. C. A. fund 5
per cent on every dollar bought.
It iaau undisputed fact that each and every famild iu Lincoln and vicinitv aro
more or less deeply interested in the Y. M. C. A. ond its llnancial distress, Vith
your hearty co-operation and the astounding sacriilce we are making, both to you
and the Y. M. C. A., ought to warrant a very neat sum of money during these eight
days, provided you bring a coupon and concentrate jour shopping for that time.
KRUG & CO
SUCCESSORS to ,j. V. AYIX(JER & CO.
lOOO O Street, Lincoln, Xebrnskn.
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Where Our Mini.')' "l At."
The amount of money held by various
London banks is not f.trbhortof $l.ir0.
000,000. No Civil Hrrtlrt Kmiiiiliiution Tlirt.
Fully SO per cent of Russian and Se.v-
iau soldVrs are unable to cither read or
fr w-$wrs3s Vti --l v
. , ftwrr ma.
Coll rrcl Pinoo
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