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Fust Mbtiohbl Biwi.
O AND TENTH BTRKETB.
' X. 8. Rabwood, President. , .
Crah. A. Hamma, Vice President.
F. M. Cook, Cashier. , . .
0. 8. LtrriNcorr, Amltnt Cashier. ,
a. 8. Femman, Assistant Cashier. '
Oflcers and Director.
Jonw U. Wiioht, President,
T. E. Bands, Vice President.
F. & Johnson, H. P; Lao, Tboa. Cochran,
E. K. Biter. T. W. Lowrcy,
W. L. Dayton,
General Banking Business Transacted.
COLLECTION A SrECIALTT.
JOSEPH BOEHMER, Pre.
HERMAN H. SCHABEEG, V. Prtt.
CHAS. E. WAITE, Cathier.
GEO. H. SCHWAKE, Ast. Cathier.
B tef CCUt on Deposit Paid at the
AND SAFE DEP08IT CO.
Cor. P and Eloronlh 8t.
fheonlySafe Deposit Vault tit Lincoln
8, 8. Rarwood.
W. A. Bclleck.
Albert Wpt kins.
H. b. Hn'.lmway.
t. 7,. Rriscoo.
t. J. Krnst.
II. W. Brown.
K. R. Blzer.
Henry . Lewis.
'LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
o o o SHAMPOOING
.flTATiT TVQ Howtocconomuotlme.
! 11 J1UU (j and money so as to see
: T? A 1 Tf lll world's falrtobest:
; 1 AU advantage, Is a quos-;
tlon Hint may hare.
;puiilou you. Avoid mistakes by getting'
. posted In advance Pcrlmiistholllustrnted.
folder Just issued by Hntitn Fe Route Is;
.what you need. It contains vlows of world's,
'fair buildings, accurate, map of Chicago,?
.and other inforrrm- ,
.lertrfL1: SANTA FE!
Palmer, P. A. Banta "DATIfPI? 1
:Fo Ituiith, Omaha, itUUiJll.
; and ask for freo copy. J
St.. ..................... ............
rntt Tuition I Fall term, in eren different
I Hit courses. Only high grad independent
Normal in the state. The Finest Building.
Equipments, and Ablest, Normal Faculty. No
experiment, but an established juanagsment. 40
courses, 35 teachers and lecturers. A lire school
for tho masses. Wrlto for catalogue.
E. B. BIZER, Mr. Lincoln, Neb.
j. o. ivioJvi3'r'x
AND CAIIINET MAKE".,
Does all kinds of Repairing Promptly.
All work wurrunteu.
308 So. 11th St. Lincoln. Neb.
T. C. KERN, D. D. S.
Rooms 25 and 26, Burr Block.
JCIIVCOIvlV, - - 2VISB.
Pamphlet describing tb
NEW MEXICO and CALIFORNIA,
May lo had by addressing O.T. Nicholson, O.
P. it T. A., A. T. A 8. F. K. R., Topeka, Kansas.
Mention this paper. ,
FROM 82.60 TO S4.60.
Lincolp Stiff - Hat Factory
S. W. COn. TWBLFTH AND O 8T8. " '
Old Huts-Blocked, Cleaned, Dyed. and
mide as good as new. All kind$
of Repair Work done.
pan National ji.
Hon. N. S. Harwood la In Chicago.
Miaa Olivo Lnttu 1b visiting in Omaha.
Miss Virginia Horn has gono to Chi
Mr. W. E. King loft Tuesday for Chi
cago. Mr. O, Y. Smith has returned from
Mayor Weir returned from Chicago
Miss Maud Burr left Saturday for
Rev. Lewis Gregory left for Now York,
Mr. L. Weasel, was an Omaha visitor
Mrs. W. J. Mastin is visiting hor sister
Mr. A. Koch Andrlano visited Oniahn
Miss Anna Dick. loft, Friday for tho
Mr. and Mrs.,8. L. Miller are at , tho
Mr. Mnttson Baldwin hna returned
Mrs. E. J. Hallott loft Tuesday for
tho world' fair.
Mr. II. R. Krug has returned ' from
tho world's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. E, Erb, left Monday for
Hon. R. R. Qroor, of Kearney, wub in
tho city this week.
Dr, D. P. Sims has roturnod from Chi
cago and tho lakes,
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo R. Scott loft for
St. Louis Tuesday,
Mm. John M. Stewart 1b visiting
friends lit ItoUlrcgo.
l3x--GoVcrnor Thnyor has roturnod
from Lu Porto Toxaa.
Miss Stella Rico has roturnod from a
visit to tho world's fair.
Miss Anna Greon is enjoying n vaca
tion at tho world's fair.
Master John Hnrloy Is on n hunting
expedition in Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gray returned
Tuesday from Now York.
Misses Minnie and Kato Mollck are
enjoying a visit at Chicago.
Rov. and Mrs. C. C. Lasby havo re
turned from their trip west.
Miss Kittio North is enjoying week
at tho Columbian exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hill woro in
Boatrico Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Marshall and Miss Mario Mar
shall havo boon visiting in Omaha.
Mr. and MrB. Abbott and eon ChatlcB
havo returned from an euBtern trip.
Congressman Bryan is expected to
pay Lincoln a brief visit next wcok.
Dr. W. L. Dayton has returned from
tho world's fair and an custom trip.
Land Commissioner Humphrey visi
ted Hustings and Kcurney thia week.
Mrs. J. Brown, of Oculu, Flu., is tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. Kutzenstien.
Mr. II. T. Dobbins, of tho New, has
returned from tho Columbian exposition.
Miss Emmu Moore, of Bloomington,
III., is visiting tho family of Mr. J. E.
Miss Jesflio Lander has returned from
a week's visit with friends in Storling,
Mr, W. E. Clarke, of Omaha, was in
town this wcok, the guest of 'Mr. C. L.
Lieutenant-Governor Thomas J.
Mujors, of Poru, was in tho city this
Miss Millie Hamilton, of Omaha, is
tho guest of her cousin, Miss Sina
Mr. Fritz Westerman haB roturnod
from an extended visit in Chicago and
Messrs. W. Furnam Smith, Buldridgo
and Clapp, of Omuhu, spent Sunday in
Mr. Julius Westerman, will leavo
shortly for New York where ho will study
Messrs. Wint, Howurd, Rathbum and
Frank Huwloy left Sunday for tho
Mr. J. E. Murkell, of Onulm whh u
Lincoln visitor this week. Ho returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones left for Chi
cago Monday. Thoy oxiect to bb gono
a couple of weeks.
Mr. J. H. Weston and family, of Heat
rice, passed through Lincoln Sunday
en route to Chicago.
Mr. Joseph Gurneuu, of Omaha,
world's fair commissioner general, was
in Lincoln thin week. .
Mcstirs Phillip Jones, Hcnrich and
Bowen left for Grand Island Wednesday
to attend tho reunion,
Miss L. H.LoomiB returned tho llrst
of tho week from an extended visit in
in Chicago and Omaha. .
Mrs. P. V. M, Raymond and son huvo
returned from u month's visit in tho
east and ut.tho. world's fair.
Secretary Furnas, of tho state board
of agriculture, has opened stuto fuir
oillces in thu Lincoln hotel,
MIhs Chandler, who hits been visiting
hcr.Bunt, Mrs. S. D. Loughildge, left
Wednesday for Paola, Kan.
Mrs. J. R. Brydon will return today
after a two month's visit at tho world's
fair and with Ohio relatives.
Mrs. E. Lane and Miss Matilda Lane
left Monday for Auborn, Nob,, after a
visit with relatives In this city.
Miss Mfnnlo Clark, of Cambridge, O.,
who has been visiting relatives in thia
city, loft for her homo Tuesday,
Miss Maud Ferguson, of Tecumsoh, is
the guest of hor friend, Miss Kittio
Flynn, nt 110 South Tenth street.
Mrs. L. E. Ulrich left Friday for hor
homo in Hopkinsylllo, Ky., after a pleas
ant visit with trionds in Lincoln, '
Miss Myrtle Bohanan returned" Wed.
ncsdny from Chicago nntl points fn the
east. Slio was absont threo months.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Clark returned to
Lincoln yesterday after a tour of several
weeks through tho Rocky Mountains.
MossrB. Ralph ,and Corw(n Haggard
and Harry Shears loft Monday afternoon
for tho Whlto City to spend two weeks.
Mr. Nolson McDowell, of tho 'secre
tary of state's ofllco,, returned, Tuesday
from Chicago, whore ho spent;. threo
weoks- i j , ,
- Mr. Fred Smyzor, who has boon Blind
ing the Hummer with his' friend, Mr.
Frank Burr, left for his homo In Boston
Mr. J. M.Butlor loft Thursday for
Boston to attend tho annual convention
of tho Railway Clerks Mutual Benefit
Miss Mary Miller, of Chicago, who has
been visiting her slstor, Mrs. D. E.
Thompson, loft Wednesday for a brief
vUlt in Omaha, , ,
Mr. Qeorgo J. Gadd, of tho Western
Union ofllco in this city, lefSunduy f6r
St. Jnmcn, Minn., where ho huTiiccopiou
a clerkship Itt a hotel.
Mrs, L, W. Bllllngsloy and daughter,
Miss Bco, havo roturnod from a month's
visit at Colorudo Springs, Manitou and
other points in Colorado.
Miss Nottio Davis, who has been visit
ing Mrs. D. E. Worthington,of this city
for several weokB, has returned tb hot
homo in Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. Louiso Glosen and noico, Miss
Long, who havo been tho guosts of their
cousin Mrs, M. Nowmark left Tuesday
fo. their homo in St. Louis.
Mr's.W. E. Harding and-Mrs. E. U.
Harding, who havo boon visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Webster, left Friduy
evening for a visit in Kansas.
Professor F. W. Taylor, who cumo on
to Lincoln on business connected with
tho Nebraska horticultural exhibit at
the world's fair, roturnod Wednesday.
Miss Mary Morrisey, of Gulesburg, III.
left Lincoln for hor homo Wednesday
ufter having visited hor cousins tho
Misses Hogun, for the past four weekB.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hathaway havo ro
turned from the west, Mrs. Hathaway
from Portland, Ore., and Mr. Huthuway
from u hunting exHulition in Wyoming.
Mrs. F. A. Fisko has returned from a
visit of several weeks with friends in
Toledo, O., and at tho world's fair. She
was accompanied by Miss Grace Colo
mini, of Fremont, Nob.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smith and Mr.
nntl Mrs. D. W. Smith, of Utica, N.Y.,
are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Graham. Mr. und MrB. Nathan Smith
uro the parents of Mrs. Graham.
Mr. Rezin Welch returned Wednes
day ufternoon from Colorudo whore ho
has been spending tho past two months.
Ho bus received much benefit from tho
trip und is greatly improved in health,
Mr. L. Wessol Jr. roturnod Monduy
utter a two months sojourn at Atluntic
City. Ho goes to'St. Joseph to-day und
will return Monduy with Mrs. Wessel und
daughter who huvo been visiting relatives
tho past wcok.
Mr. J. Russell Brydon returned Thurs
day ufter a commercial tour of tho west
in tho interest of tho wholesulo depart
ment of M. Ackermun & Co. Russell
reports this tho most successful trip ho
bus over mudo through the state.
Mr. und Mrs. J. I. Underwood, who
huvo been spending tho summer in Chi
cago, huvo returned to Lincoln. Misses
Jennie und Mary Underwood uro visit
ing relatives in Dayton, O., und will not
return till some time in November.
Miss Anna Everhart, of Philadelphia,
is visiting Miss Amy Covert. Mihh
Means, of Kansas City, und Miss Suuin,
of Newton, la., who will act as brides
maids at tho Means-Covert wedding, to
occur Tuesday, will urrivo in tho city to
morrow or Monday.
Mr. O. R. Oakley and daughters, Mrs.
T. W. Grilllth und MIsh Grace, and Mr.
and Mis. R. II. Oakley and daughter,
Miss Maud, left Saturday for tho worlds
fair. Mr. Oakley und Miss Maud will
go from thoro to Albany N. Y., where
tho latter will attend school,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wolf, formerly of
Lincoln, but now of Wyoming, aro visit
ing Mr. Michael Noonau. Mr. Wolf is ro
turning (o his homo from Iowa with his
bride, who is well known in Lincoln as
Miss. Alico Leahy, formerly tho popular
principal of, tho JVeHt Lincoln school,
Tho happy coujilo havo a largo circle of
friends in Lincoln, who wish them much
happiness and prosperity in their future
"Tho Befit" Laundry, 2208 .O Btreet,
telephone IVi.), H. Townsend Si Qi,i'ro'
priotois, Lincoln, Nob. .1
HIQH CARNIVAL AT ST. LOUIS.
TMC MKTItOI'OMH OK TMK MISSISSIPPI VAL-
LKY AOA1N PKKHKNTH A PU00HAM OK
' FALL riMTIVITIKH THAT roll IIKII,
1.IAN0V AND VAttlKTY OUT-
HIIINK8 THK OAHNIVAI.
CITIES OP TIIK
Paris, tho most magnificent city tm
either .continent, has for ages held the
jH-omJ title of "the premier carnival olty
otx.the world." Howover, during tho
last ten or twelve years un American
rival of no mean pretensions has con
tested for that high honor, and today St,
Loufaliolds what Paris so reluctantly
folimjulshed, the title of "tho carnival
city ot the two continents." ,
Not content with the successful ex
hlblttonnof previous years, tho autumnal
festivities association has arranged a
program for 1BI).'I that for brilliancy and
vurloty will ho difficult to Improve Uon,
Tho llrst of tho grout attractions, tho St.
Lous .oxM)sltlon, wlH throw its doorrt
opensto tho public September 0 and con
tlnuo until October 21, Tho world ro
now nod Sousn's bund lias been engaged
by tho management, which In itself is a
sulllcient; Inducement to crowd u.
Inngnlllcqnt building during every con
, Special attention has been paid to tho
street Illuminations, and on tho evenings
of August Jll, September 7, 14,21 and
28, und October 3, fi, 12 and 10, tho most
magnificent display yet attempted will
greet tho oyo of tho fortunate visitor;
electricity .playing a prominent part.
Tho evening of October ,'l the Veiled
Prophot und his followers will parado
through tho principal thoroughfares,
and immediately after tho groat liall,
which has received consldornblo prom
ineflCQ throughout the world, will bo
-Tho thlrty-thlrd great St. Louis fair
and zoological gardens, October 2 to 7,
will bo tho crowning week of tho carnival
bcusou. This Institution has no poor,
und is known in ovory land whero. the
footprints of civilization exists. The
Missouri Pacific railway und Iron Moun
tain route being distinctly St, Louis
linos, nnd having nt all times tho inter
ests of tho city in mind, have made a ro
murkubly low round trip rate from all
polntB on tho entire system to St. Louis
und return during tho festivities.
For further information in regard to
rates, route, limit of tickets and a copy
of tba fall festivities proirrnm. address
nearest Missouri Pucitlc or Iron Moun
tain ticket agent in your territory, or H.
O. Townsend, G, P. A T. Agt., St. Louis.
Clilcngo mid thn Itljt HiirlliiKtoti,
Few pcoplo.even travellers, realize tho
enormous business tlojMt .by Lincoln's
big railroad tho liurllugton. One
scarcely cut) got n idea of tho imort
unco und extensive operations bettor
than when leaving Chicago. In the
mussivo union depot, whero such lines
us tho Pennsylvania, tho St. Paul, tho
Alton und others arrive and depart, no
road stands as prominent before tho
masses at all times as does tho Burling
ton. There is not un hour during tho
day from morning till night but one
or more trains find their way in and out
ot this largo depot; and it is a surprising
fact that tho C. 1). & Q. runs out nearly
twice us many trains. us .any other lino.
In leaving Chicago, westward bound,
ucres of "Q." tracks uro -visible nnd tho
number of couches to bo .seen in tho
yards, numbering way .up into tho hun
dreds, mukes ono think that with such
extensive equipment, a scarcity of cars
would bo almost impossible. Along tho
lino numerous jwrtly suburbs uro found
in ono unbroken stretch for. a distunco
of nearly forty miles, which ends at
Aurora, and tho various beautiful towns
show tho enterprise und push of thisgrcut
railroad system. With frequent trains
to all these points tho Chicago business
man can reach homo at u distance of
fifteen miles quicker and live more com
fortably than in tho fur-off resident or
tions of tho city. Chicago is yet very
tamo in tho mutter of rapid transit, and
until some far better project for reach
ing distunco localities from tho business
center is reulizcd, tho beautiful and
healthy suburbs will continue to grow
und prosper. Tho service and equip
ment on through trains for tho west uro
ot tho highest ordor and really unexcelled
by any lino in America. Tho Pullman
service in particular is always kept up
to tho very best, and not oven tho famous
limited trains from Chicago to Now York
can show handsomer sleepers than some
of tho now ones that now cover tho Bur
lington rails. On tho contrary, tho
writer just having returned from Now
Yotk, found nowhere oust, with but ono
exception, an equipment equal in ele
gance, comfort und speed of trains that
was experienced on the liurllngtoii. i
Western people seem to realize this fact j
us is shown by tho immense world'B fair '
trulllu. Every train reaches this city1
with additional coaches and thousands
go and como from tho big White City,
ami among their pleasures enjoyed away
from homo never fall to enumerate their
trip oer tho Burlington as ono of them.
The Union Purlllii Cut Ititte.
Don er, one way $ 10.75
Denver, round trip 20.00
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Chejenno
the sumo rate.
Chicago, ono way.... , ,. O.Kt
Chicago, round trij j 10.10
St. liuis, ono way lO.Oo
St. Louis, round tri 18.10
Full Information cheerfully given at
11)11 u si reel, souuiwetu cor. Uand nth.
.1. T. Ma'htin, E. B. Si.obho.
City Ticket Agt. (Ion. Agt.
BLOCH & KOHPCS
Prosreaslve Dry Gooda ISmporliAm
1141 AND 1 143 O STREET
if You Are Going
To THE WORLD'S FAIR you should begin at
once to inform yourself on the subject, so
that you may use your time there to the best
'. , advantage. You will not be able to see every
thingyou may see what you are specially
interested in if you go there informed at the
If You Are Not Going
To THE WORLD'S FAIR you should do the
next best thing -know as much as possible
' ' ';n . about it. If you can't see it you can at least
read about it.
In either event you imperatively need a daily
paper from the World' s-Fair city you need a
Chicago daily, and
The Chicago Record
Will meet your
?." P1;! UblirtBUBt la sow open la all department with ta
xoeptlonor Tarkisn, InsiUa, Xlaotrlo tsiluit sadkoau, ud ttas
will ba ready bjr Jun I, '
Arranmontl of Houra-OURAT n.DNOK. t.adlm, from I . ni. to ti:M p. ss.
Dalljr txrept Hnudny. Usntlomsn, from I p. m. to II p. m. wi k dajs, and from a. in. to
P. in. Bandit SOCIAL BWIMtf-On Honda and Thursday sTtnlnir T.-30 to IO:TO ths
plan will i npii to uotli srzi-s. aentlcmon on Hum rt.nlnir will us admlttwl only
whsn accompanied by a lady and all strannsrs to tbs Institution mut procure an Intro
dactlon utur thy enn purcbass tick its, Only special non-traoifrnlil tickets will b ac
cepted on social erenliiRs.
apaojal Notloea-Oa Wednesday alternoon from I toto'sloek the a-rent pluner can
be rented lor prlritie parties. I'blldren nader Vi will not be admitted unit accompanied
by parent or KUurdtan. Hoys undr 10 will be admitted during ladles bourn when accom
panied by tbiilr mother or Ktiardlan. During Jun. July and Anauat the great pinnae will
lie open to both ssips froin6a.rn.toSa.ro. niy eseept Handay. The arrat pinnae
occupies a apace ol W feet wide br 142 lectin length and Is from a to feet deep' It Is
mint with mlm-rul water from tbucoinpany' own wells and Is absolutely pure anil remark
ably clear and buoyant. There are lOOdrrsslna; rooms, two toilet rooui,to hot und cold
bower baths, one nutomatlc nretll- buth, two rubber covered spring boards, n rntt. a
trawling crime nnil rope for acquiring the art of swlmnilnir. Hevrral lite prveerTere, mir
ror, combs ii ml iiiuahes, eonpH nnd towels, ste., and the admission to the pluajre with all
ot tbea prlrllegv I out 20 OSMTsl.
Ml Bertls tlnrr and Mr. P. Persr gtrs Instructions la swimming to ladles and cblldrwa.
men and boy durlug advertised hours.
Th Hot Salt Baths are remarkably efficacious In such nltmsnts as rhmmntlam,
dysorpulu, gout, mataila, kidney, liver and nervnun truuMen nml blood iIIm-us!. 'I be hot
anlt depnrtinrnts ar probably th most Important ot this urenl eslaiillebmeut au.l both
seies may but be nt the siime I line, there belnu minratn h ml dlstlncl apart tnsnt for I miles
and gentlemen, with skilled Httemlnnts In umli, If you are sick, or feel bad and don't know
emctly what nils you, try theeesnlt bntbs for a ebort tlmeaud see the result. It will be a
revelation to you.
Tho Bed Rooms are charming, they are well vntl1ated, handsomely furnlthed and
are for tbs nicoininoilatloii ot tlmaelii III health who wish to take baths and remain In the
building, or for Ihuse who wUh u uUbU lodging after a Turkish, IIumIhii or Cabluet liatb.
The Reception Rooms ana Private Parlors arerlcbly decorated and afford
much comfort and rest to thow who wish to tthllenway anhonr or two after abatb. The
latest fsshlon bonks, periodicals nnd Illustrated papers are on convenient tallies. Luxur
ious dlvane, rockers and say cuiilm are un every aide. The curpets are rich la color and
dtalgn. He sure aud visit these apartments.
The Barber shop Is In charge of careful men. The tools are sharp, ths surround
ings neat and comfortable aud the t hnrger moderate,
Tho Ladles Hair UrnsslnR Department Is very compleU nnd iupplled with
everything necensary for artistic aud satisfactory work. he luny atlendnnts are experi
enced and courteous nnd will strive to pleaw all who favor them wlln nvl-lt
The Plain Baths are very completH nnd afford nrnplo arcouiinodntlonsfor both
sexee at tbs sstn time. All tubs are white porcelain.
Pamphlets, titalltnonlals and nil Information maybe recured by adlreilax Drs. M II,
and J O. Hverett, munaKlng physlclittis, II and Koiirteentli streets, Llm-oln, Neb.
Concise. Modern. Practical. Inexpensive.
Tttl YOUTH'S CYCLOPEDIA
Now riiiidy hi two liirjjo octavo volume. Prepared by a corjm of
tfacliora atal wlutaitlotml wiiteia exptemly for itflo of imjills and stutfentH In pub
lic Htitl private dcIiooIb, BeminiiiieH and academies. Costing but a enmll fraction of
Vie price of tho largo cyolopiedlaH, it is ten times moiu VHluahle for the purpose,
bucaiisu it fits. Tcachfi-u are enthuHitiBtic in its praise, saying it ineettt a need
which has been long and deeply felt.
For agents It Is u bonanza. No competition! no other book like it; a
positive and urgent demand for It. Wo havo a system of canvassing the school
which Insures quick work and big results. First agent took 100 orders nt lO
days, another Iikh tak.n orders for 1MW setB In 7 weeks, and says ' 1 have sold
hooks for ten "years and this is tho best seller I ever struck,"
WF WANT AfiFNTQ vv,' w"1 Kivt' "" heIr 1,,r"' HT1tl W8nl totnakeblmoney.
TIL If All I nULIIIO W give extra terms and oxcliislvo territory.
Toacliors and Students who want prolltablo vacation work
should write us. For full information nnd terms, address
X.AT7REATB PUBLISHING CO., Lakeiide Building, Chicago, Z1L
VTe lvvitb 3VOtA -
to liiNpeotour JVow
MISSES ANA CHILDREN.
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Tr .tC0Mt' Amaortinents
mi men: to my buyers.
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