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"A- P6PelUR ' PAPER op A?P1:RM -TIAMIS
Vol.. 3. No. -17
Lincoln, Nijpuaska, Satukday, Noykmiiicw m, 1888
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THINKS DULY OBSEKVKI).
COMMENTS AND OPINIONS IN TYPE.
Wlnil Is tit-aril. Seen, Learned unit Perti
nently Suggi'slctl to till' Multltuilf.
Work upon tho eapltol Is prnrtMtliii; rnp j
Idly, nml liy tli time the IfxIxIaUiic oNiit .
I'VcrytliliiK will Ik; In iiuirh licttiT lmpo tlmn I
pxiHx'twl. Tin stnlrways will nxm Im coin-1
plottil, tin1 1'nrsiif Iron Iiiiviiik iwently Ik-vii .
ivoiiviil nml work win Ih-kiiii putting tlnl
Mnli-s In plnw, ns will nlin tht I.tvIiir of tli
lluors with tlio WiH-tiiiii iimililc uliliii lri
jnt nrrlvcil. Tliu work In tin mtuiulu in
ni'nily coinpletwl nml is very elt-iilit.
1 ili-tlri' to cnll the HttiMitinn of tl ptvr
ii'.itlioi IticH to tl o tcrrllili' I'linilitinn of ttm
rnllroml irovslnHof 1 1 1 It. & M. Mint Union
l'luilU' nt O htn-ot. What few plunks linw j
lnt'ii put ilown luiviM'liilsstli'killK "! Iwrenml
then1, with Kr,,;,t holes more frtiiieRtl!inii
thu plunks. All I vlsli is that wnno worthy i
Individual eonnectisl with either ixml would
nttenipt to drive a horse ncrossthptrnctM nml
try to an remain the uncoil. If his religious I
proH"iisities would not Ik slightly rnfllpil liy
thei' con lition, nud he lie led tit mis lis 1 did
u few days niiut, let hliueall on iw nndl will
ive him a diploma at oueu as a nOlousex
Have you ever stood at the northwest cor
ner of Kleenth and O where thxTTnlon Til
eitle ticket olllet is located and when) the
Mrcet fountain pours forth copious water for
the thirsty iluiuli lirutvf If not, you mv not
inchiik'il iimoiit,' thou whom I will now iio
ceed to mention In gentle terms. 1 refer to
all thoo gentlemen of pxxl -t'lenant leisure
who havo such an iihutwlHiice of time to talk
politics, ieliioii, hoi-hA tnidcs, laud trades,
liotiM'H for wile, for rent, los for wile, cows
for (4ile, sheep far wile, wind for sale, liialns
wanted, prohiliiliou to le heard from; in
fact this corner is iiindo the general louii:iiiK
ilucu of a crowd of men ubo p.ty no attention
to the right of passers ly, ovun ladles, and it
is ilisugrccahtu and disrupting, and In any
other city would not le tolerated. Why don't
the police stop tills Htivet-cnrner loallng and
order such crowds to ias.m'
It been quit) Intcrestliig to me to notice tho
paers as they h.ivu one liy onu llopicd fruin
Thayer to MeSlume. Aftor the former was
iiouiluattsl thetc was aiiouduous culm; it was
plain that it wns not u w.tigfactory selection
Imt no onu seemed to caro to make, the lircak
against him. The fetish of -party did and has
kept many in lino wlw aro jiei-sounlly opposed
to tho decrepit governor. Hut onco startiil
they have uiui ly one oouie out nianfiilly for
McShaiif, and I heliv that if tho election
weronotto take pUoe for two weeks thero
would not lio a iloiu-n papers in this pint of
the state stipiKirling him. McHiiaue i'l so far
superior in all the q'lHlities that goto tuako
tip a model governor tlin.t,.nlti)oiigh this state
is republican liy ubout "J(,(KH) majority, I
Iwlievo that Mac. Iuih uioro than u lighting
chauco to down Tlutjor. The revolt is so
general and wide spixvul tiint good authorities
place .McKliaue's nuijority all tho way from
1,000 to 10,000.
Mrs. ICiiima 1). K. N. fiouthworth's most
populnr copyright lvJ, " TlIK Maiiikn
Widow," has jmt been itsneil by her publish
ers, T. II. Peterson & Hrothers, riilladelphla,
to sell at the exceedingly low price of twenty
live centH n copy, retail. The Maiden wid
ow," Is one of the most poiular novels ever
writteilby Mi's. Kouthwoiih, and as it has
never heforo Ihtii publislKslorsold under one
dollar and a half a copy,thU iKlltfou must have
an enormous Nile, as ft Ik one of tho largest
nud cheaiiest lMHiks for Um price over pub
linhisl. Copies will Ik Rut ier mall, every
where, on i emitting price to herpublMiers.
That iriiimi Ilt'pirt.
Wlnt Ims lecoineof the union di'K)t pro
jis'ti Is it to end in talkf Ktminy AVir.s,
No, "not by a jug full." Tuo union iltKt
project is not asleep, but merely moving on
in a ipilet unpretentious manner. And, fur
thermore, wet might add that within nine
months Lincoln will have auothcrrftrref route
to Chicago via tho Itock Ulnud. This road is
not a paK;r promise, hut proves to be a real
ity for tho near future, foi they are taking a
prominent part in tho meetings in reference
to tho new union depot Abide yMir time,
gentlo rcadtr, and see if tho Couuifb is not
getting it straight.
Tin, Court llmihc.
Tho ceremonies of laying the corner tone
of tho Uincnstcr county court lion took
place Thursday afternoon under Mnsouienus
pices, tho exercises being in charge of (Irsnd
Master (leorge It. l'rauco and tin ( I mini
lodgoof Nebraska Masons. Mr. II. II. Wil
son delivered the oration, followed by an ad
drofh from Mr. O 1'. Mason. Tho ceremon
ies were unusually iuteiesting and eujojable,
occupying a little over an hour. When com
pleted Lancaster county can ilit with pride
to one of the most elegant and complete
county couit houses In the country and one
which will be a credit to the state and city.
The Paper Mill..
The Lincoln paper mills, located on tho H.
& M. inllway in Hyde IV.rk, about thiis.
Wiittr4f a milu iioi til of the penitentiary,
liae been opeuisl and are now in running or
iter. Tin opening ot tlae niill, i- an liupoit
nut one and tin addition to Lincoln mauiifac
turing iuU'imth uliL h is worthy of suppoit
and encoiinigenient. The mills will give eni
ploymcut to folty hands an 1 Will tin n out
six tons of lino w nipping paper a day, all
packed and leady loi tho market. The III st
l un of aprr was tin lied out in Ih st class
shape, .werj thing iwt'kiug far beyond .'io
liest expcctatlells, now i.michiiieiy and eveij
thing being taken into uuisiderutioli. These
winks mo woith visiting by nil who are Inter
ested In Lincoln's do elojiiiic.'ii in a luamifac
For JJirtJery ami IJi(Uernir, JL JL 'M"y
A DELIGHTFUL TEA.
Mm, l.iiiiilicitsiit. K.itcrtntu friend In
IIiiiiiii' ii f VliltlHg lleliillies.
An informal ten was ghTti yesterday after
noon from tlim to six oVIiK-k by Mit. ('. M.
limbertRou, in honor of her sisters, the t
MIsms Otiiitli- of Mlncial l'olnt. Wis., who
ait) visiting Lincoln and will mnuiii liciu j
some time. Tho occnslun wnsn nn-st elaboi - ,
uto air,iir, tin LainU'its,)!! rcsidcncn Uing I
profiisi.ly decoratisl with flow !-, iIiiim'is,
etc. The Indies wriv ircclvisl by Mis. Iim
Is'llson, nvMstiil l MrstSMililotli of Waseta.
Minn., nml Mi-.-dnnit .Mnlrntul Sheldon. The i
hulii" pivcnt wet? tiearlv nil attlnsl in even
, , . jft i ... . i
t,,g costum M,1 dT.ri.ig 11,.. rs on e.J. e. ,
tliellui-M wfit-AurientsHi.il comestibles which1
cntld to Rotten tip The tea lMstis fiom t iirce
,.,., """ """" ,: V t.,,V" ,, ,'f
itig with Mm. Ivjiiiiliott io us well known et-
l,,l IS as nrrsu-ss,
I Among the luillcs fircsent were Mesiluines
i ,, t. i i i. ...i i. I. n iiii......
V l'utnaui. T Sewell. F. l'.. Sheldon, w!
... , i v. Ti i i'..n.i., ii...t.... i
Slownit,.! S. Tlalcs, A Watklns, llessej,,
Wheeler, l T.. Yates .1 .ehrting, C. N. Lit-
tie, It II Tow nly, (. F Ijiu.bertsoii, K. K. .
Iliown, Joliusoii, W. ! Iimb, Ormsliy, W.
H. bitta, W. V. Leonard, C. S. I.lppincott,
T. M. Maniu-tte, W. .1 Marshall. .1. C. Mc-
Ilrlde, W. II. Mct'rearv, A. S. Minor. 1). I). I
Miilr, II. H. Noble. V. It. Ugdeii, It. II.
Oakley, It. t). liillllps, U. liiinimer, I. M. I
ltiiyuiDiid, A. S. Ilajtuonil, Asliliy, Atkinson,
ll. Ilauiii. A." tV. Ileeson. Hilllngsley, Itomiell,
Hrock. Iluckstair. . 1). Hurr, C C. llurr, "' ..-...i- ........t,...,-,... ...,-. i...p-
U. C. Ihirr.T K. Cahcit, C. M. Cm to .John , l'lng touts, their outer wiapsare conspicuous
H. Clink, Atiiasa Cobb. L W. C.Mer, W. It. f'", 11' Vul,;lj "f ?,:v l's ,W)rM- ,,f l""rN'l'"
Dennis. John Doolittle. S. lioir.S.C. Klllott. hidy with theeal-kin sac.pie or cloak, not
K. V. Kwmg, A. W. Filch, John Fitgcrald. , ltlisttiii.lliig the time is a little iievlous for
Carl Fiinke. Mis. Itmsoy. thlt stylish giub, is most prominent, ami as
Mlisvi. Sailinlem, Agee,' Howell, (lllcs, bit- J ' subj.it of mvy for her less foi tunateslsters
ta, Miller, Hardy. Abbott. Addle Algers. Sa- l " nn-cess The heavy fall wraps that
dio Rocker, Lulu Clinic, Luto Clink, Clam
Tho music was excellently furnished I y
Miss Willoughby, nssistisl by Messrs. Unguium-
and Ashman cf the I'lillharmonlcorches
tin. A .linn of is lu.
Magistrate (to Uuclo Itastui) This police
man, Undo Ilustiis, says ho caught you steal-
! Ing chickens last night.
Undo llastus i cs, sail, an' I tolo do gam
man when ho 'rested mo dat do minister won
comiu' tcr dinner do uox' day, an' I hadn't n
bcrap ob meat in do house. Yo' mo, snh, it
was ii matter of rellgyuu wlf un. It wouldn't
do ter tUsnppiut ouo ob do Lawd's elect.
Magistrate And wiiat did tho policeman
Uuclo Kostus Ho said "nats," tab. Novr,
ycr houali, dat man hain't got 'uulf rcsju'c'
fo' do rcligjus sldo ob llfo tcr bo ov'n 'motoly
councctcl wlf do majesty ob do law. Nerr
Niispecti-il u Trui.
"Here's an nrtldo licadeil 'Manvloug
Kscnpo of u Distinguished Citizen from a
Horriblo Death 1' " said tlio dutiful daughter,
who was reading tho morning paper to her
invalid father. " 'Tho friends of Mr. J.
Alpheus Iiramblo were shocked on learning
fow mornings ngo that' "
"Jane," Interrupted tho irritablo parent,
"before yon rend any more of that you will
obllgo mo if you'll look ubout half way down
to tho bottom of tho nrtido mid kco whoso,
patent uiedicluo it's advertising." Chicago
Furniture Mover What did you do with
those kitchen utensils, washtllbsuud olds and
Hired Man Iiit 'em In tho ojkmi wagon.
'Frald it might rain.
"Mystarsl Tho lady will never hiroiue
again. That open wagon was for the purlur
funiituro." Philadelphia Record.
1,'mo of DIplolllUM.
Dumb Youth (who got through college by
n scratch) Is this diploma of any use, pio-
Professor (drill) Yes. it will show that
vou havo received u college education. I'hil-
IlhlHtfiltllli: Ills lile.i.
A Boston boy was telling his father ono
day of ,i schoolmate's attempt to sing. "And
time," said tho 10 jenr-old, In deep .liquet;
"nl.v iii, ill, ,.'t ..s'.iMi.v ttii.-i., tl,-.,, ii
cow when 11 dog'druHiiui" after her." Chris
- - -" -
The I.eic-lliig 1'iorcss.
The surprise (Kirty gii en last week to Mr.
and Mm. X. S. Ilaird was of such a pleasant
nature and such a brilliant succss, that tliev
(I(siiii It their duty to 1 el urn thanks, and de
slie the Coritll'.U to evprcsx their heal ty ap
preciitiou of the Undncv. couf.-ricil upon
them by the pi esenc of so many fiieinls.auil
10 mam; one nun 1111 i.ir iue very lensmil
ove.1i.1g that was isvasioaed by theliellorts.
Tho generous token Ic tr will ulii ays Ik. duly
prized, mid by it the His, of riieudship with
the lliemoiiesof tlie elieuiHstillli-cs conneil.'d
1 with the all'air 11 ill eier leiuiiiii green in ll.e.r
j Harry Hell'ellluger retuiuisl Thursdav
I ft oiu (ii'imdy Center, In .after a week's 1 ImI.
While absent he enjoyisl a slant stop at
I Missouri Valley and other western Iomii
ci editable perfoimauco mid made many
friends mid won si'tties of admlicin who will
be pleased to have mi oppoituity to see
I them again.
liei'polslieliucr it Co. haie opened nil fiu--mciisoliuoof
coiufoits f 1 0111 fiik' up.bcst iniiile:
j mid b)alik;ets ill tho bst valuu.s to bu fouinj.
--iwu,,cs.. 10.. IK..U3. I....V. ..a., .1.1 thl, lmu.,, ,,,., BM.(, , h,Vl.ryil , ., th 1 ......y ..leiuiH.i.m.inoiiii iiing t.n neKi in i,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, . lcVi ,)f ml,,,!,,,, Wl "'" nou 111 . J.iimin. mi.i 1 iionr aiw .
doyshrunk so dat do po' c.ilo kin badly elect. Ic and calcium cllectsmakiug the var h;,lf P', ""c and a visit for that purpose ,1,,!.,) nt , ?, ,,..., "'"'ular now.!, the Murray. Although only
walk in mil 0.1er how 1 gwan llx uui " ,olls lll0ll.mi.n specially attract.ie. The " ",'r W,,I,M '"' m" ,",,, ,"'" l"-.eis or n " " ' ' u " ; oh',ksI a short time. Mr. .Sillorny, the genial
"liy wnshlii' do chile. Maybo ho bliriuk, ' o1H.-a 11ns mi excellent hallit and i well put ' ""''" ''-'nducl..is hIm.i.is take pleasure in , , ,f .. , pniprfetuir. has shown that he knows how to
too."-HariKir8 iauiig I'eoph. I oil with elegant s.-eiieiy and iiccessoiies The ,"'' visitor, thiough if such icpieKt is ' 1 lie Little I..(k.ii, withnllits inagnlfl llm a sipular house, us it, evidenced by the
.....sic. is catchy mid tl.e costuming of Hit. 1 ' , cent M-enery nn.l g...g.ous c.s.tum.'s ...id .. ,,.,. patronage whi.i, the house is ivceivlnii
lIverybodj-Kni.Ms That. pilncipal fhaiacteis rich and I legiet that " grand c..miny of tuty two m lists, will ! in .111 the traicliug public. The iikuiis of the
Au exchange ay b i "olsxly known -n hero ' Lincoln or the west Mill not sec the pice thl, I ''- " '"'J' '" home after a tour of the , lr-enttsl foi the llrst tiiii.-heie next Wislnes hotel me large, newly furnished, mid with
tho llieti go." JVrhaiwuot; but wo know ' season, for utter this engiig. ment which ' '-lr,,lH,i1 maikets in search ol holiday day eieiilng. The loiiipauy in -hides Cather- eiery c..neiiience.
viicro neonle tell them to to lo. thoucu. '..i.M.s 11,1. ...l- .1, ., .'.. v.... irotsls and nov, Hies. iue Lin.iard, l-.lvie Crox. .Ma.ie Snager. Anna The M'i vice Is une.miillc.1 in tlu most e-n
so.ionxiX(j in oinc.uio.
THE NEW OPERA A FAILURE.
"Tli yueen's .Mute" u lllg sneers- Many
r,Mli- of (liirinents Noticed on
It has Ih-cii said then Is no Aiiieiieau city
like Chicago, and certainly this Halm is nl-
iavs luoiuht to mind on each occasion of a
visit to this great commouMealth. You may
LIO HI I IlieilUO III llltl Ml IIII1CI Ol lllll, 111 ni, DILI
;)f im o - (iUiiii fwi u my ,
of the several beautiful passenger stations, I ,M'
, ... , , Moot
constant moving of the masses Is sts'ii and a !'".
continual nnlxc and bustle, the liuui of busi-
ncss greets the ee nud ear. Htnto stieet, that
: im;n-niilll.. llionMislifiii.. NnliinjH
erowneii, and n is iii ims luuiicuar season
that much of Intel est is m-cii, not only in the
inoM'ineiit of the multitude, but the wir.nus
new thlugMiiiil the numerous handsome stnivs
with elaborati window displays catch and
hold the attention of the isitor.
Just now society is prouiliieutly observisl
on the couimereiiil highway in search of the
hundred and oun Miiioiismtlc'es that will
adnrii leadeisof the ehai'iiiid circle this i lu
u'r '" ,h? '""I""' "t1,,Iu',,'n' '" thoXf) T"'
sitiii u. nme caugui ine iNipuiar l.lea or tMi
nil Chlei.i.f. s liri.it-l.if.l Mt.-fiily mi ., tint ...nit. .,.!
. on any one patticiilar ;aiiueut, for in the
I... , j ........ t 1. 1. ...I, .. .w i
i,i i. i,- v.fiui n, iii.ii. i n ,.i,. p,- .,. is, .,;,.. ..!,,",, I
we obM-rve cloaks, do'.uans. new.ua. ke.s ,
sacipics. jnekcts. clrcula.sa.id va.lous othem !
nil in the grand march ! uimheie in pal tic
I tilarnud cvcrywheio in geiicia1.
Tuesday evening I went to ms (Jllliei t ,t
Sulliiaii's lati-st oH'-a, "The Yeoman of tho
Guard," at the Ciiiiul. and If ever I was ilis
I gtisted or disappointed with n NrforiuiiiKv, I
j certainly was on this occasion, It was tho
ilist night, tho initial performance In Chl
I cnr, and after all I had road about It cer
I tainly had cause to expect, if not much, cer
tainly a good ptoductinn: but to tho contrary
it is, in my humble opinion, a very poor ex
cuso for what Ischilnied n fine oKrn, forlt
d(Hs not in any way even compare with the
itvcrngo priMluctloiis of tho day. Tho scenery
well theie's lmrdly any s.fiiery in It. Tho
only ouo in it is that of tho tower of !oiidou
in the lu kgiouud, very plainly painted, nud
it is ut this that a tired audience must gno
during tlie entile evening. There mo but two
acts, no marches or Indict, and were It not
that the spilgl.tly runny Rice nud scleral
other excillciit artists were in the cast, tho
ohtu Mould be u lion, and a dismal liiihtic
from the start, and even witli such del or
Ks-ple in it I predict that it will not Ik- heard
after this season, The Chicago critics, who
lire over lenient in their reiuiuks, as a llrst
night presentation could not say aught but
"failure" for tho piece, and on Wednesday
morning the press llatly announced it so.
Thero mc one or two hksIiIv p.etty little
airs, but they didn't even call foith an en
core, or of sutll'ient In illiaucy to carry tho
rjmii through, and It dragged. Itself through
till the close, when tho immense audience that
had glected it nroso nud left tho house any
thing but satisfied.
My second and last evening in Chicago was
most delightfully spent nt the new Columbia
theatre, where another new oivrii was Ising
given. It ! e-itltled the "Queen's Mate," an
adoption lioin the Ficuih os-ra of the same
name, by Messm. Hmry I'oultou (author of
F.rmlulf) and Moustyu Poultou. tho latter
'ciitlcmnu being prominently ident Itted in tho
, .ist as one of the comedians. The yueen's
Mate" is a ,leel,l...l si. .,,,.1 i... ,llllv..
i Mate" is a decided success and has Uvii play
I '"K 1" hlg houses ns Chicago for the past live
..'..I... '11 .. J Ill -L .1 J
M.'eks. Tho scenery Is miignillceiit. the final
i scone in 'he thild mid Inst net Mug that of a
I lace palace some forty fct high. The marches ,
are wonderfully smooth an 1 artistic, and in
ii.ieepUiii.eM,iie.oiiyiis.i,K. ,,ie inilienes
r "o.iilerf.i.lv smimth .. 1 artistic, and in
tI "7 he a'm
I lin" ''I ihe paliicc, iorminga gianilsiH.s-ta-
..I ....i.i. . 1.1..1 i..
v'1 ....iiif iiuoii ii iiiVii mniinn; ill i-iii'ii
Itr form ... either side, mid agiih. mi cling on
,i .ii., I,,., . .i .......... r.... i ..i i ,,
......... m.u ..,., i- mtiii j ira m-iun, niwil' ill.
iiisiipHiir again into tin. palace to come out
1 oil the giound tloor. There 111 e a bundled in
Yoik and othei eastern loinis to. the balance
1 of the scaiou. I.111 W.
sale ( nit I illicit.
Famous l,ae lueii olfeiing at a speria
sale, bargains in an iiniueiise
line of Ostrich
Tips I'nucy l'i at In is, Hla
pluuiis, in fait eieiithlng in the feather Inn
I all the newist and latest noiellies, of both
1 f, ,,,),. Mu ,i(.niestle umke. i h.e -oisls
neie 011 sale all this we-k. mid the sale .i lug
I piuwii Mich a big siuces. will be continuisl
' ,..t wiekat si 1 ,'ImI in ,. f,. ,....,
I'm. -hns"i-s will find it to their nilii.uti.ge to
niiy these goods. 11s they iue linrgaiiis. Cull
mid see them at the Fanioi.., Cur. (J and I'Jih
, . , ,
Lincoln nal estate still inutliilKs lobe
largely In deiuaild. and hmdlj a day tuses
without seieial letoiil, of impel taut ih-llls
being rliotil, and iiiiiny of them to fo eiirn
nil ItnlUU. Thepuichuseiivi'iitly ininle hi
J. UiliiiikUl'ttf Mel lllillie, Mass , ot the
...,., I.... .. s. ix, . .... .. .
rM' 1 .......,.,. ,,. c.'. fun, ,,n. nei en. ye, charges Would it .ui nls great Menknes-.- love of titlo worship
lorf.J,.,(MI, .Us-Kwsofon of tl.e Mill st puses be Mcll for vo bUnsIs of l.iiieohl to 1....I:.. .. n.,,l,. ...,..... 1 c , ........
tir 1 ll.lt V ill I II,- ,..,.1 ,..,.. ..I.I.. I
loiiB been luul'ivluiioii n tl . mill
THE DUflLINGTON VESTIBULES.
Uriel Iptlon or the Traill Service us 'I old
by ii Com lei- Set I lie.
What a iliirereiico wo Hud In tho inllroad
tiavel of tishiy mid that of comparntlvelv
sK'akiug n few years ago. Thecouiirlson Is
great, but no more so than It Is interesting,
inrtlciiluily to tho iiveragotravelernnd lour
lit. We sH'iik in reference to the new train
service leceully iiiaiigurutisl on tho Hurling
toil, the M'stlhules, their noveltv, elegance,
o(o. A trip over the Hue ceitnlnly convitiees
tho nhseiMint ttaveler that I In strike apmr
etitly has not, or rather does not now, airect
tho load, that is If the Immense iraltlc the
cituipa iv is handling nud the c mtimial full
tiess of the trains may be taken as nil c!
,,.. ,,, ,M ,,r ,,. ,,, ..,. ,, , ,
I luxury It
atfords that "c woul.l speak, and
, paitlculaily about the strike.
The vest I
liulo service, although but a new fentun. has
proven immensely i-opulnr, iind being adopt I
M by our fi lends of the Ihilllngtou Imv.m
ineir euierp. ise nun wMiuiguess io nimns
nt the front and give their pat ions tho best
in fact they are always ready toghe llmlliig
ton tinvclcrs "the fat of the laud" In way of
conveiileniM, sksii, luxury, etc.
Tho superior features of them, coaches over
tho ordinary ones are many, and not only die
the l'tiUman cam vestlbuled and llnishisl fu
tho latest stjle, but tho day coaches as well.
The train Is conw(sl of from ten to foui (ecu
coaches, according to demand of Iiusiiisi. but
never less than ten; tho llrst Ising tho sinok
lug cm , rollout 1 by several chair cam con
tabling toilet iimrtiucnts that are suppll.sl
with handsome minors, patent wash stand,
towels, combs, etc. Tho chairs an of the
latest patents, and a colons! Hirler Is in
charge to do service similar to that in the
Pullman car. There Is no extra charge for
this, hut from these cam mo step into the new-1
slctH'i-s. H.-io we (hid everything, itsismi,
that money can procure or genius invent to
llli.se in., in. w ii.-ein i.i.-iimiiii. hi ..in- en.i is
., , , , - , , , ,, ,
,0 " '- tuniMnX smoking iih,,.,. nud
V l . ' ( '" Kv"lvln t,ii'TH"V!
I'll) ..IT 11,1.1 111,1V 11 III llllll.P, ll' t l.llllllll'
at Ion wash IhwiIs aro made of Iii-om'ii minble.
tlio water, lustenil ot Iieitig piiuiKsl out anil
running tlirough n faucet, inns Into the bowl
from undernenth the top, h) simply turning '
a small wheel. Another impioieiuent that'
will certainly Is. iippreelntod, esp.clally In
the winter, is thai cold, war.n or hot water
ninylsj let IntotholMiwI. Should a gentle
man sock pnviicy wane wiihiuug, a curium in
mini may Ih imllisl Into place without tho
ICIIM. Oil. (II
riio ladles toilet is magnificently furnished,
Uirgti U'volisl pinto mliroiH on either sldo
seven feet long tin. Isst of wi, brush.fi . Mniiison npjKiu- mid extinct much Inn .John
mid all tho llttlonlcnacH that tlio fair ones.i i, -,,... ,b. v..rv .siinle.il lluieh
use In the ariiingemeiit of their toilet are con
veiiieutly at hand. One lea tine iiiKiiticulnr
ihnt amused tho wiiter as ho was being
sIiomii through, was the new iiiraugeiueut of
tho ilisir. "You H,"hald the I'ullimiii ton
iluctor, "the ladles formeily went into the
toilet to pi imp and make themselves look
pi etty and liK-k the diKir after them, never
thinkin;; that oilier ladies would wnuttouiiWr
In this way you observe," as ho touched the
knob, "the dear ours cannot loci; the door.
f..l,IW..,.l..,ltl,' till., M III lul t.'.iltt.u. ..in... .....i
,.;.,.'..,:,..... . ,.i i . .. .. . ,i ' " .? n.
,.,.,, 'wiut., ,, ,. "
'ii... l.,i...i..nn..i.i. . ..r 11..1 .....'
- -'- rt"- -------. --....
state rooms aro the finest ..art of the cars.
. i. . .i . , , , .
and i'l them the traveler rove Is in eoiial iiinir-
and i'l them the traveler revels in eiiual mag
iiltlceiici) to anything in the finest home.
These iiitartiueiitH are not only secluded from
tho balance of the car, but III them an entire
journey of weeks may Ih made without going
13 other pints of the train for anything. It is
a homo within itself.
The aptearauco of the car from either end
Is certainly inviting, and mIicii the hostess en
, " "' '"" "V K,"7" . " J """'
h.gs are s.i plwisaut that she Isoft tlmos heard
ters to hid her guests good bye, tho surround
to say. -Oh, how lovely, wish I were going
aloii. In ouo t'liu tlie now htylu linlhny U
III llllllll It (-' 1'11-lllllC lllllll ut i-iin-iii. iiiiii
tuliilf ii t-i.i. ..!..,..... !.. ....., .....I
tl..,H,.i.i.ei.-.... ,....,!.. .1. ,., ..'.I, .,,1,11.1.,,.. I
,.,., ., . ... ,. .
" ; ; . - " - . "; ';
! kept fn!,u w hi," palntus 5 sSs-t , t ,, S
,, " ., , , ,.
k,,..b ,.f ,.., I I, ., ... .1 l
. "j ' V" . v, f.! V.T,",', , t ' ,r,l,lu"i m'-
aees.ltut were wo to eliuiiii'iatt them all. even
' .ix-if mo numerous oiucr in u:n no mir: m
., , ,, . .'. .
1 1 iii'ii i.nr ri.tniui'u iikiii.i iini ni.iiiiiu, ni.i 1 iiiiii, 1
I ,1, .1 . i 1 '"" " "ri"" "" "" '"
I l,nt" ,n,,' J"u' Wl'11 ""', ' ",rh
Charlie Mitchell, the clcicr little Hug-
lishmaii Mhobiiisted the bubble of leputation
appeiiauuug to.ioiin I.. Mill! van, has an h.d
in Aiucrica once nioie. He has in, habli
In mil that Sullmin ens at the point of ileath
and thcicforehad no fine of letiiiuiiig
Mr nud Mis. Mauchotcr gnie a Innise
Miiiming Widiiesdny eienlng atthiiriesi
deuce, lTit'i R stuct, Mlii. h was enjoyisl hi
nui loilincuils'.snt tl.eii A R an 1 W It
C The evening miis p.iSMil 111 mk'mI enjoy
lll.'l.l, M ill. local selei lli.lis flolll suuie ,'f tin-
tjuesls, anil iccitatious l',-ai tmeiit C.ni
lliauder W. C. H.ilirv. ol Freinuiit. was in-i
! Wpeak of popular Iii cry 'inn and tin-nam,-
of Frank (Irahiun i- always bcuglit into
,m, l',anklscne ,.f those whole smiled
young felloMs that makes tiii-n.U with eieiy
oil.-, nud III this lies t lie wcret of his .tier-ess
nsa livix-wim.. 11. 1,,,-.. 11 , ..r ,
and .nunilv us nice .1 lln ,.r hi.n.l ,.. ,1,..'
atlil the boys all sal l-'iank iiIhii's i.leas.H,
. . - 1
...... r .,.", . .. ... . "... "
! i.s.r . " b ! ""u""" ,nWl""'
hen v v I. r II Is i K .,,..-.. ii.T,, i. r.J ' A r,,,,,r" "r, V "T ,M,1"""r rttv,,r'r l,, tlimusili the country with liU great band. Ho
..in j liar 1 'IMlMl'-l' K'MtH aic uphoterel K11 a , IkiU' ,.K1,s,.il.t at tho i'eo- fcM1t every whom tho klndwt grcetliigs ami
I in old gold, goblin hue, seal brow u and other, L, ,, Tlmrsdiiv eveniiiLT will Ih. irioctisl ... ",r-r"" " " "" KrcvwiKw iiihi
stylish colors of heavy plush with high ha, k. " ..S! ' ",' JltaiJ lirt vK fi Til ori gh'lt """TS'couiary
iiiii. i-iiiiH'nniiii; m m nur mjiuii ihil:mm. I UO
SKKX ATTIIK TLA Y IIOITSKS.
MATTERS MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC
A Itiileu of tin I'iisI, ii tVotil tor I lit,
I'leaem unit I'lnspeels for I'iiIiiio
till .IKK, I.I. AND Mil iiviii:.
The second time thlsheason wn uere, Mon
day evening, treat. si to "llr .lekyll nud Mr.
Hyde" There in e pi nimbly mon ilrnniall
iitlous, each entirely illUVivnl, of SteMslson's
celebrated novel, than any pliatisl works In
M'iiis. The one playisl by the )ber coinpiuy
Is, in our opinion, the Ix-st we have yet seen
my ;)f ki (,o1v t,r, ,,-!.
which, In cotiiiiarlsou with the valuable ting
Hid f.if.ll.riiu iii.iiIii. tl II lii.liiliililii Mi- lllilit
, , ,.,, pi,,.,,,,.,,! ,,KiilHy, but he
kukk,.Mh ,,!,,. ui.iiKie.iitil.. thought. Mr
01m. , ,,, UK, )( Hlou,H H(.r ,.
, , , , , ,,,, M1I11MI1,1S.
Tin: uiiitk hi.a i:.
Wisluesihiy cloning witnessed llm priHluc
lion at I'uuke's o;h'-ii house of llnrtley Camp
bellV great pliy of "Tho While Slave." It is
Mtumulic to n high degiee, mid the cliumkos
iM'io well In ought out. Miss Jennie ICinn
uer, in the title into, carried tin heatU or her
audltois with her thiough all tho trying
scenes, and is a most cni-iblo actress. Her
siipisnt was geiieially very fair, the negio
parts Is-lug eHH'i-lally well taken.
Utilise)., AMI I'ltANK.
The to eminent exponents of pure i-oiuii
dy, Roln-oiiaud Crane, i.psarisl at thel'uuke
Tliumilay night In their new play of "The
Hemletta.'' It Is a picluio of life In Wall
strisi, and Intro luces to the audience the
method of bucking the tiger iutlint reiiowiusl
ipiiuterof New Yoik. William 11 Crane as
"Old Niik in IhoHtriH't,' w-.is mi Iileal hull,
while Rolison as'Mlertie, the Limb," bioilght
down the house at every turn. Thosupisnt
Ing company Is one of the best m have eier
seen, l-'i.ch inemln'i', male or female, is fully
up In their part, and tho success of the play
Is largely iIiik to tlielr ex. -ellent won;. " I lie
lleiuietta" is In llrousou IIom ard's In-st lelti,
and a icprcscntutivo Ameiican conusly.
tiik I'I.av tdmiiiit. .
Kisher's company, which has Iss'ii so v ry
Kiiccessful this mmisoii Iii their eoniedv elitl
, thsl "A Cold i)ay,"hold tlioboanlsatFunko's '
, fi,K,. Of t., iiierllNof tho IKirfonuiniii)
t1() 1'ittMiurg Utuhr says; An old-tlino
crowd was on hand lust night to witucsti "A
Cold Day, or Tho Lapbiii lers," n niuslciil
I'l.iiiislv. In whleli Messrs. lsvseitLrei mill
mail, as Jaisib lllow, alii ill ( . Hanison,
as his partner, Able ICiroit, kis'p tho niidience
, in a roar while they are on the stage. The in
' tion of tho (.lay is at l-ong ilrauch mid alsiinil
" " " fs .. ---J - --'
a steamer at uvi. I luring the play, l.arlolla,
.Misses I'.sslo ami until llirtou aim lit main
nii'tnlieix of the company slug a uunilM'r of
Mipular songs, among which aro numlHrs
"HK'ctre ICnlglit." Cnrlottu nlv. lutrtNliiees
. Ii..,. luwliillv I'm ui Hliv " "A I'olil lluv"
' . . ' . J . . . J . . . .
M "KL,",' or l"" "'' l"y
iicaiii fc uowkilh iiisht iik h.
. . ....
ft lm llitta aLu tu .liiiln ulmtLf III litlltcuilff filnl
. ."." . '" '"",..,.'"" .""."." : ."
his (iii.iis.1 is oi iik wniiesi nun mosipieiisiug
uatiiic. He never falls to bring out roarsof
laughter and please iho nudienco. As for ids
happy colalKirer oil the stage, (Ills Reach,
he certainly has the v.K-al anility and the
comisly talent to amine till who coiuo ivitlilu
the walls of a theatre. The engagement will
cei tululy is) a bright one and It is to hoped
the houses will be as they should 1h, full
"ki.ii in tiik n.NKiiv.
, , K"r """'J' " '!"y I"11'" '''"'""l1.' ":",,N,,"','",
' ' ., . i lt, i v ti p
" "1 '" " t"'' 'J "- IIIVIIIJ
. . . .
mid it is with n source or pleasure
COUKIKIl Is pllllltt.sl to aiUlitllllce lilts at
, traction at Funke's for Monday evening, No
"" "i ''"'; .TM"" il'nn'lU'",!o, 'I:"
lJ,,,,l"K PlyrlKlit. .Mr. William (llllet.e
has had a iiliDiioineual run. hiv in: rece visl
l"" M'lItlltlollS III .lelV 1 (U'K. .110 IllglltS 111
' l.ndon, 1H0 nlglit, in lloston and a long con
.. ' , "...
i . . . ..
i NS'llllVO I'UII III llll IIIO llirtesl CHIOS (II lilt
11 all the largest cities or the
The ftimp'iuy is the original one,
and the play will Ik. puto'i hero isiial to its
Pomelo), Tints. () Kenlu.iokc, J. Aldrich
Lihhy, I.l..d WiImiii, Joseph Wilson mid J
W MeOariue The l.ittl. Lycisiu is a satlie
u iue i.treign tin. woisuipmng ciii7e.
tleucriil KnlckeilMK'ke.- has a i-euutlful
. laughter, Violet, who he ilctti mines shall
miil.e a biilhaut match. vi..t is 111 Ioe
with Ah in Hat 1 y, a young American of
splendi.t family. mIioiii she m.s'ts at Venice.
Returning fiom Fuioo 011 the same steam
er is a high toned Kughi.li lo.d Lord !o
phill with Ills inlet, iVsldv. The lords title
c.u.pletel) captures the (ielieinl and lie pays
gic.it ...nit to "his lorilslup,' dctei niliiiug
Violet shall many him All on the steamer
s. lu'Mitlne Midi Ah 111 and 'loei. Lord
liolpliiu, to get AIiuout.i the May, pro
i ure, his tii'ii-st on the liuirge ot smuggling
and the .uitmu falls on the M-paratiou of the
Act K-coiid tlnils Violet ill teal's mid closely
guarded in her father's y.lln at NiiKirt At
1111 disguiMsl as lil Dolphin gains distiu
gllishtsl cuti'iiuct, to the Knieke. Imh-Itc tll.i,
but is dlscoicitsl and has to beat a hasty re
tlcat. Asa final iuo he ltlaison the llenec-
......,..".. ij..... .1.1 Hill,
V"' . " """"B VloIot m"' "",k'in lul" " r,,u
Ill,-, 11.11, IS- ....., , , , ,....
., . 1 . 111,1, ,, XT ,,, ,, HI mi IIIILIJ-, ,11-1, .,SI 11, ID 111 .... , .
I'U'ICIC FlVIC ClCNTH
TO MISS ROSINA VOKES.
A lleu.illfnl form Willlen liy an .1.1-mliei-
ol llix I'.ipular Allies.
Vou in ny sing of Mnry Auileisoii, licrlwauly
mi, I lier grace,
Hi ,ii Lottn's perl iiliiiudon, or of .Mrs, Uing
nr the majest) of .liiniiuselii'li, Kiitn Cnslle
loo's trim I.'in,
Oi the Russian ncti, ss Khe.i nud her Iom for
ham nud ckk,
III of Sol Mn.lt Ii Itiissel's hlltuol and Ills nppe
llle for Julio.,
Hut h I tlii'lH ..rail these with. Mlsi It islmi
You uia I title ut ii.ii t our malili'iis, you may
Inllt iil.iiul .lour men
Vou mill lain iiImiiiI jour in lists ami the
ui.iiiiiriiis of I lie piu,
Vou iiiii) envy all II roiiuilers," the) who
cm ruseate ..' nights,
Ami ihn rush ihrniiith lire like lightning on
Hie hunt lot fli'xll iIi-IIkIiIm,
Vou limy giolel at the hImIiio of nil the com
1 mon acting folio.
I I'iii- me Hie lYi-rlccsllucor ciirlh l Miss Ro
I hI nit Voltes.
When Itosliiii gins her liriul a shake and
pulls her skirls uslile,
When she Jumps ii pun Hie sofa Tor her during
hiire-h uk i die,
When hi'i-sllpMreil toes K" Iwlukllni; In mid
out lieiiciilh her ilrcss,
And lheiiiecriiui'crlalu molloli agitates each
1 oil heboid In me a being who nil else III lire
r 'lull cs.
To ii.irshlp at the 1I)Ihk fe t of Miss RohIiiii
I h. me us Kenllmi'iiliil as a hnhy o'er u.loll,
When I hear the tender pathos or Ills 'Art
Mils true to I'oll,
Anil n thrill ot horror passes llirou h riu h
atom or my frame,
At the story of the lover who forgot his lined
Ami uln-ucYr she sings or .laming, mid the
ihineer Mho ne'er polks,
M hearl Mlthplt, oierllowsfor Mis. Rosimi
Well I know that she's a "Missus," nml that
Vokes Is not her name,
Hut I worship her and loin her and mloro
her Just the siinie;
And iillhoiiitb I never met her though per
haps I never will,
l'roui Iturore the riMitllghts glitter I will Idol
ize her still,
Ainl my vision of elysluni Is to leave all biiser
A ml spend existence dancing round with Miss
Tinimto, Oct. 2, 1HHS. W. C, N.
A K. or V. HKNKKIT.
On noxt Turn lay nvciilng nt tho I'eiiplo'
theater tho well known and justly popular
rnil f linlmi fi.Mililtwil inn ulll nrfHinnt. tin.
Kr,.at succe-Mlill play that iUI America ad
...i. m.j u.,i iri-b.. ,., tl...
1(111 irilllltlll !; I sJ( ..w
I mlllH of such clover artists as Mr. I.lndoii
nud hissiipsirt, tho phs-e can not fall to Is)
Kith pleasing and lust riictive. Tho s'rforin
Ml., , given for the bcuelltof the KnlghU of
PythUis piiiuo fund and as the causo certainly
isn iioi thy one, it Ii to bo hopol that tho
Iioiim will Ik well llllisl.
The win Id famous I' T. (Illmo.d an I Ids'
VUI Regimeiitnl bund will lie at I'uuke's next
Thurwlay evening. While tho iiiiuio and famii
f OUiuoru have lKH.it world-wido for n .iimr
,.r f (l century, ho has never until recent
. v . . .
years vimiuiiiki on general eoneori ioiiih
. . ... ... ... ... It. . ..!.( 4 .. . .
M""'" ' """ """B vory pHK-o
.avn Ihs.ii iiiarkisl liv Incrcnsiiiir iatroiui"0
i ."'- ""si itjr h.li.usiii Kiii-uimnu
nii nueccs. ns well as tho most nroiioiinced
, ,.vJeiicis of delh'ht utid musical Instruction
A I'lciisiiut Party.
The home of Mr. mid Mrs. L. 0. llurr win
the scene of 11 pleasant gathering Wednesday
.i!..l.l .-.l.n.. .. t.tt- ., tt .......... Ii.ill.i .....I ......
lllll, . I.. 11 . . ., J w, f...,ll lllll. U.1 Itlli, ii'il
men enjoyed a novelty party glvmi in honor
. ml, .... - . ... ..
' 01 .miss lines, iin-cc oi Air. ami mix nurr
Ilalloiie'e'l pleasunts were Indulge I In, sil'ii
as inast.sl cliestnuts, diving for appltH, cake
'with ling, nlckle and button, mid various
other amiiseiueiits, the evening Unug iniMt
thoroughlv enjoyisl, passing only to ipiickly
Among those picsent were Misses A. Funke,
Rcllo and Aileen O.ikley, Lillle Hathawuy,
Alice and ICati.i Condon, (iiace Knelling,
Fannin Stout, (icrlle Ijiwcs, Oscar Funke,
'" iii-hiik, ikm, ., iiiii, ...iiiii r,i., nl Ultll
sen. Mr. Mason. C Templeton. W. Maxwell,
.1 w . i. i. 1. t i..ni
, i,i ......... .,..,. ,,..i.. t...... t....... ,.. ,..
"'"" " '" '..'' JIH.IH.IC1I,
The .llurrit.1 Hotel.
tlnl place, the iluimg hull. The way a trav
eier is iwlcomctl at tho Murray makes 0110
feel at home at once, instead of Ising reH.'ll.sl
bv tin usual frigidity which itrriadi-, and Is
the welcome of man) hotels. TI1.1 Murray is
I.K-atisl central, corner of Four .nth mid
llaiiiey slrts'ts, and j 011 can reach it in live
inuuiti-s liy cable from tho ileKls. (live us
the Mm ray ciei-y tune.
I'leiis.inil) sin pi-lst'il,
Wednesday eyciiiug the icsideiuv ot Mr
and Mis C.J D.iiibach was thu scene of a
leri plmisant Mil prise Muty, iuaiigiiiiitisl i)
host of their friend,, who tiled into the pai
lot MiUtut eight u'i'lii I;, Tho evening yvas
ss'iit 111 .1 most enjoyable manner and the
nity was a complete sue -est. The following
were piesv-nt. Mm. Thus. Fitzgerald, of I ten
hi , Mr nud Mm. Jus Kelly, Mr. ami Mrs
A. lla'ter, MUsos Nora Fitgernld, K Hi,
Fitxernltl, Mary C. Sliittery, Anna H'V "'.
Mary llrady, IotM.) Kckhart and Mii
I .ii w lor, Reiby, Hogan, llnidy , Shepim-il,
Smith, Keklunt, McUikiu and li. uti 1
Ash'iy MllkiKitu'i haie just 0Hinl ii
iH-nutiful line of plaid and striol tlaitnel, for
1 winter iln-wi". They mo loiely,
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