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ItfmwJFVm"! fSw-i -Bliifc,Sit i
nei j,,jwrjBf i-
Make tlio Htm of nnnjr 'poi1o miserable,
iml oltfn leads to solf-slostriirtlon. Distress
after eating, notir siomacli, Rick lioatlarlie,
heiuitiirii,losiofappotlte,n faint," all gono"
feeling, tail taste, ooatod tongue, mul Irrogit-
bully of llio bowels, aro
DlStrOSS 5(iiuo of tlio more common
Aftor nymphHm. Dysncpsli does
Coflncr "0l RCl WC" "f l,,rlf' U
billing roiiulrpi careful, persistent
ntlrutlnn, niiO ft remedy llko HimmI'h Hars.v
liatllla, vvliMt ncH Rcntly, )cl surely nnd
cftUieiilly. It toniM tlio Moniarh mid other
organs, regulates tlio digestion, creates a
good appetite, ml liy thin Sick
overcoming tlio local) nip-.,.,
toms ictnoves tlio )mii-"",nc,'
tlirtlo effects of tlio disease, banishes tlio
headache, mul refreshes tlio llrcil iiiliul.
"I havo boon troubled wllh dyspepsia. I
bail but lltllo appetite, mul what I did cat
. distressed mo, or illil tun
MOurv" Jim,, !,,) j nil 10r
bum nflcr eating 1 would expo
rlcnco a falntness, or tired, nil roiio feeling,
as tlioiiRli I bad not oaten an) thing. My trou
ble, t think, w.ii aggravated by tny business,
which It tint of a lulnter, mid from being
moro or less Mint up In a Sour
room with f resit paint. Last ,' u
spring I took Hood's Birsa- btomacil
rllla-took tlireo bottles It did mo mi
Inuncnuo nmniinl of good. It gave mo mi
npHillo, and my food trllslicd mid Rationed
tlio craving 1 bid previously experienced."
(iKoiidit A. I'ahis, Wntertown, Mann,
flolitbrftlldruggUli git nix for pi. rrcjmreil only
byO I ll(MJlCO,AHillioc.irlci,lrfiwcll, Man.
100 Dosob Ono Dollar
Palace Batli Shaving
Ladlos - and - Children's - Hair - Gutting
COR iifiO STS , NEW lll'RR III.'K
317-3.V N. 1 2tlt Street.
P ,.,..,. P.
j. ivv ii. x
Q h. Mauti.v, City Solicitor.
Fine Laundry Work a Specialty
&E0. H. POEHLER,
Ice Cream and Oyster Par ors
Hakcry and Confectionery.
U3J OSttcct - LINCOLN, N'i:il.
I'mnllle ami I'nrtle sunplieil with all
delicacies nt ultort notisc. Ice Cream for
party lirptlvtite imlets all iltirlnj; winter
ceaMtn. Telephone 57.
- nt'.Lt:it tv
Diamonds, : Jewelry,
AND OPTICAL GOODS.
Repairing and Engraving a Specialty.
t16No. Tenth Street.
New Jewelry Store,
.-019 O Street. Kstablikheil iS;.
neslrcsloeall tbo attention of tbo publle to
his now and eleuitut Mojlc of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware,
MavliiKliiorornouitoiiccomnindnto tbo trade
mid hliuw a larijer lino iliiitt oor Iteforo pur
cliuKlug, Klvousiicall mid wo will itbow jott
tbo IlitCHt lino at lowest possible prices.
Watch Repairing and Engraving
No illy done and all work warranted.
Is tbo next tbltic to n BhvIurs Hank. Tbo only
dltloreiico U wo omu
Real Leather Shoes
Instead of Paper Holed Shoe, for the riiiiio
or Iohk clolturs 1 bat lliootbepx-barito for Hbod
(lien. Wuwll llieiu on their merlin. The
olieaiKdt and best place III America for Heal
Lnnthcr Kho"! for tbo xanie mnouiit of money
ltomombcr tbo place, iuiu O htreet.
Get Your Laundry Work
Tie Excelsior Steam Laundry,
207 H. 11th (., roar entrance. Tel, sot.
All orders promptly colled for and delivered. We
prlda ourselves on promptnoM mid superiority
of work. M,LLEB & d.vy, Proprietors,
HwiYi i ,1 " '-VH iiiiiir; - i.nr
A NitiufiM' liiri'of MtnUtn Times,
Srnrnir-nor One Year by Mall or Currier Ji.oo
Hlx month, 91,00 Throe month At) IVnM, t)n
month SO CniUlniiinibi) In Advnnee
iiKntlrMrNT: Union furnished on nppll nllui
nttbrtoflUv. Heoliil rate on Time Contra t.
CovriillUTIONR! Hlioi t Rpley sketche. tsiciii mul
Merles solicited, t'crsntml mid SK'lit nolo nro
I'niNTlMi Wo ni(ikenoelally nf I'lno Printing
In nil Itn brunches Society workncilAlly
Address nil coiiiiiiiitiloiitlniw direct in tlio ofllco
WlCSNICl I 'KIN'I'INO Co ,
New Hun Hindi, Tor. pith und Hirc'-i.
'fr i.i piiiiNt iWt.
I,. Wi.wsr.i., .lit , Editor. N. ll.M.i., Huh. Mgr
ITi to lliu priMfiit wilting tbo .inn mi has
tint i'iiiiio out for MrSlinno. Itlspiolmbly
husbanding ItHslicligth for tbo rent of Hop
ping nt tbo next niiliilelul election.
l.N thosuihi)Nof Kilitb'iil flit moll mid In
trigues It Is iofiehlii,(tt tut n (5 Hi" cdltotinl
pngo of a paper llko tho Chicago News nnd
kiiim nn iililo otlltoilitl mi "Tbo Clop of
TlIK Oiiintiii HeiiiM. which hn fteo trndo
organ, object to tbo linpoitiitloli of thllt)
plump English IwiuiIIoh for tbo Aiiioileiin
hIiiro. Tlio Klili lll lud iroU'Otloii ben
tho not to Uiiinlin.
Mom: mono) but beoii wmriI on tboooiuliiK
preitldeiitlnl i'niiiuilt;ii tliiiu over liofoio. Tlio
Ainellemi w povtewteM tbo bioio to back hh
opIuioiiH Umuio to put It iiji, ii i Imnielomtli'
tbnt fo of otlieriiutioiialltles po.-wss.
ICinii Milan N gi'MInt; bis loveiiKo now.
Ho litis uvuied tbo illiiulfHiil of IbiiH) lilsbops
of tbo Serlmt ebiiivb wbo liiol tbo touiiiRo
to opposo bU ilivoii'o from (Jiieon Nntallo. It
U it Kieut tiling w beti on pint t ttlo I'biiicli
mul Rtnto, oen If tboMuto lio no linger tliiiu
I. 11 Hiimll tow 11 In tbo western pai t of tbo
ntnto tliero nro but two em pouter, mul the
otliorilny one of tbeso fell ill. IIoIiib a j;tow
Ins town tbo otber fellow Inn! a plonk", hold
hiK 1111 unction ul ublelt iiiteuiliiiK IiuIIiIoi-h
bid for liU ervloes, llnnlly sih-iii Ini; 11 blj; Job
nt $ .V) 11 day, mid jet Is wild tbeto is no dc
11111111I for 1'itior.
Cllli'.Mio piMiplo mo kiekiti); Ioiik and oner
Kctioally over tbo way in w bleb tbooablo eats
aru lielnn 11111 bv tbo now limiibt employed
slitoo tbohtliko. DoiailliieiitH huo btvu no
fnspieiit that tbo ow nor of tbo tonil lias boon
eonipelliHl to buy a Jack koiow , w Itleh bo Ittvjw
liH'ltiil up In bis Riifu for fear tbo men will try
to iiso It In iiiMii wmki'".
A coi.tiitKti elontyniait wboMikx to rival
lit other .lnspoof "Tliohini tto uioo" noto
rioty, niiiioiiuceH that as a tesiill of uiticli
'study bo him decided that in jut thlit -two
years front now tbo eleoti lelty Ntoteil in tbo
oaith will eomo in contact with tlio beatitl
iiiattor iuslilo 11ml blow tbo whole woilil up.
I)elluiiieitt Rtibsetlbers will pletiM) take no
tlco mid settlo up befoto that time.
It Is a good tiling for tbo worl I nt lurgo
that tbeto Is no proliabillty that tbo II11M
llobeit IiulsHtoNeii'-oii nvakiH his Dr. Jekyll !
dlsco er w ill over oxlnt. Tliero aro a gixxl
uimiy tiieu, however, utMiii whom this llunl
would ha o no 1 licet. 'Ihoy hao no doublo
naturcH They uiv nil Ixtd. For itmllrnm
tion of this fnet wo lofur our ivadeitt ti tbo
columns of nny teal strong pat than uewxpa-
Hukkai.o Ilii.i.mnlap.iityof English lonls
w ill shortly Ktnt I for a big bunting tt lp hi tlio
w ost. It w ill extend from Coil) ' much near
Not th l'lattothioiigh tlio not t hern poit or
Mexico over tbo Hlorra Madro to California,
wbero thoy will bo entertained at Senator
Hwirst'H ranch. It is HtiKpectisl that Iluiralo
lllll intends purchasing miiiio Kngll.sh estate
ami title mul blinko the noil of Nebraska from
his feet for gotxl.
TiiKUK is some good tit kicking after all.
Kor o oral w eeks tbo CoUitlKii luw boon llllng
Homo ileeiileil objetloiw ngalnst tbo cotidltloit
of tlio clty'it M'lowalks, mid wo notice a eon
Nlder.tblo improvomeut in tbo miiiio. If wo
wore not fearful of being aceitsul of plaglar
Lsiu we would Niy unto tbo htreet couimis
doner, "Ho not weary In well dolim." There
is a w Ido Held for tbo oxerelwi of much labor
In that direction wlileli only needs eoin.lder.i
bio and widespread attention and wotk.
Nkxt TiipmIu) mid tbo ilosthty of tbo I'm
tod States will Iw nettled, It wo are to bolloo
tbo political orgnu. Wo nro not dwtling In
politics, but, gentlo roiuler, don't let imrtlsan
zeal run away with your lodgment. Scon
your legislative or gubernatorial ticket and
vote for tbo best limit. The election of either
Clou'laud or Harrison won't nlfoct you ono
wny or tlio other, bttttho putting in of an lr
rc4ouslblo mull in any htato otllco will bo felt
by you. Vote according to tlio light given
you, mid not as oery whip s.tw K)lliitinii
would have you. Ho 11 matt mid east your
oto like mi Ainci lean freeman.
TlIK C'OU'KIKU wishes to say n fow words in
regard to the legislative tiikit i.cuilnatcd by
tho ivptibllelius of 1iucaster county. It is
without doubt tho stiougest put up for yours,
mid should receive the be.trty oiulorsoment of
every one who has tho welfare of city and
tute at hem t. IUpocl illy w ottld vv o refer to
J. C. Mcllrlde, one of our inot enterpi ising
and able citizens. No ono man wo know of
has done mote for tho city than ho. Kvery
nmnufactory that has como to Lincoln bus re
ceived his substantial encouragement, his
purse hns always been oK!ii when any of tho
city's interests demanded assistance, and in
various ways ho has manifested public splrlt
chIiioss, AVo predict for him tbo largest voto
of any man ou the ticket, lliiymond, Hall
mul Caldwell are men wo know nnd can trust
us having the best lnteitts of their constitu
ent always at heart.
IN THE FIELD OF POLITICS.
'i,r wveral tiioutht put ovory Iminlot and
city III tin) Unltisl Htntcx lias leiinunibsl wllli
tlio tattlo mul war of Mlltlrtil batlle. Men,
and women, too, have talked thomsolvcN
hoaino In tbo prals iwoi thy endeavor to lead
their hckulglitrst cltl.uu lit tbo way they
Hliotild vote. Amid nil this contention tho
voice of tbo CouutKH has not Ikhmi raised for
tho lenson that It ilixs notiildo with ulthor
political p.11 ty, It tins 110 lltlcal creil, mid
only dlis lnloi)llllcs when It dooms Itproper
to H'ty a giMNl word for a good iiimt who its
pi km to any olllco in the gift of tlio people.
In tboKolectlou of a ui'iii for whom to cast
your ballot, It bits yhwi)H lnsn tho iiiaxlm of
tbo (AMmir.lt to vole for tbu ono whom your
own good jtidgmelit tells you Is tbo better lit
ted for tho dill -o. Tbeto was 11 time in tbo
hMniy nf men and ptitles when an) thing
b m lug I bo In anil"i epublieau"or "ilemocint"
( iimnmided thomippnit of everyone who
tanged himself under either bnlinor. Hut of
Into yearn tho Independent oler has Imhiii
glowing In number, until today it is mirh mi
unknown iptmitlty that oou tbo Klirowdest
politicians are pu.ed to prognosticate tlio
The pieNidoutlal contest has lxii tho hard
est foil ;bt In years, even harder than lit IHHI,
foi It Is mi 'tektiow leilgcd fact that tbo 1 epub
I leans mo better on the charge than on the
dofoiiMlw'. It Is luiiossiblo for any 0110 to tell
what the outcome will lie, mid, iisido fiom
pally pi file, it will bo of little itioiuelit to
any ono whether lliu rlson or C'le eland is
elected. As lias Isen nptly Minted, tbeto is
only 11 dllfeteiico of A per cent in their tail IT I
What Is of great Intercut to Nebraskaim,
however, nro tbo state mid county elections.
oer Ix'foie in tlio history of Nchrmtkn pol
ities lias there been no lleivo n war waged as
that over tho governorship. Tbo republicans
liaorenoinliiiit(sl Joint M. Thayer, it man
wIiomi ago must bo ROiinwvliero hi tho seven
ties, I'or two jcai'H past bo lias been tbo nom
inal govel nor of tills comiuoiiweiiltli. In ill
rect violation of tbo l'tw ho has allowed
at incd I'inkei tons to enter tho state to en f one
tbo will of a CDiMrnllon, bo slgiesl tbo bill
approptlatlitg j?TO,(MK) fur tbo maintenance of
a Htato tullltla, and bo bus timo and again
railed to Invoke tho veto K)er when thohctt
Intel ests of tbo state ho ilomaudeil. Hovel nor
Thayer has Imsii honored timo mid again by
tho people of this state with high olllclal
ti lists. When duty called ho went to tho fi out
and fought for tbo preservation of tbo union,
ll wits his duly as n cltien, mid Ikh-huso bo
followed tho example of thousands of bravo
men ho asks to bo p-i pctuntcd In olllco. Mr.
Thayer is mi old man, bo has passed the ago
at which one's leasonlug facilities meat their
licst; bo is not competent to gocrn a big
state with tbo numerous and divers Intel osts
of Nebraska Tin so aro facts his conduct In
the past two years linvo substantiated. At
neat ly eveiy reuuioti, corner stono l.i) ing or
celebialion of any kind within it tadllis of
three hundrtsl tulles mil soveral limed oer
a thousand miles aw ay Oovot nor Thayer has
been ptesetit, diagglng nftef hlni "Ills sUill,"
junketing tours tho cost or which tho people
of this state ba"o defrayed. If these mo not
eWtleneex of a (Iro.)lliiK soulllty. thin wo
On tbo other hand, tho democrats have put
in nomination John A. McSliauo, a young
man lit tho prime, of life, with years of busi
ness training behind him mid a glorious legli-
lativo career lieforo him. Ills pilvato and
publle life Is spotless, u.vl stands out in glow
ing contrast with tlio tainted public iccoid of
Thayer. Ho is a wealthy nmn, and every
dollar bo possesses ho has honestly earned.
No ono man in the state of Nebiaskabasdouo
111010 for its welfmotliau John A McShaiie,
mid no man Is better entitled to tho respect
and esteem of Its tHsplo than he. The city of
South Omaha, with its doens of iiiinufne
tories and packing housos, stands as a moiiu
inont to bis Imiiuesj enterprise and sagacity.
He Is a ) omig man, and as tho CouitlKli bus
Uhjii nu earnest advocate of retiring the gray
beads mid lotting the young men have a
chain e at the helm of state, It can cheerfully
o.idorso bis candidacy. Ho has faithfully
sened both in state mid natl mat legislattnes
with pre-eminent nbilty and with ei wilt to
himself and tbo ihmiiIu ho tepresentisl. Ho is
a model citlren in o ory 1 efpet, and has moru
IK-ixnial ftienih than any 0110 titan we know
An a proof of his worth as n mmi and a clt
zett, tbo Coi'ittKit needs but point to tho way
In which hU enemies are traducing hlni,
Ken tbo governor of this commonwealth in
bis tour over tbo state, w ith tbo gm rullty mid
senility of old ago, has seen lit to ravage good
tasto and decency by heaping coarse mid scur
t ilous nbtiso upon his opponent's personal
Voter, Leforo you niirch up to the ixdl
ballot in baud, kciiitiuizo the character of the
men presented for your siilfrago for the gov
ernorship, look at the speetnclo of mi aged
man liegglng you to voto for him for a ksI
tiou lie lias demoitstratisl his inability to
llll, and then siy whether) ou wish to again
put your lip.ul Into tho yoke of taxation he
has driven on your necks!, or whether you
will oto for a clean, nblo man, with tho hutro
of picsciit achievements in the halls of eou
gtess on bis brows and tho wisdom of ago in
Mils, Cynthia Lkoxahd, tbo mother cf
the piquant llttlo actress, Lilian ltusscll, is u
candidate for may or of Now Yoik City. Mis.
I.couard is a rauqiant woman's rights ndvo
vocutu and her chances for election are about
equal with Helva I,ookwood.
Tiik New Yoik ptqiers sieak in high tciius
of Hon. Patrick lean's sixi-ch at Madison
Stpiitiog-uden, New York, ono night last
week, despite tho fact that such big gnus us
James U, Hlaliioaitd Patrick Ford were pres
ent mid also mndo addresses.
Hl'IIUTL'Al.lsst Is lecolving some bard blows
of late. Mrs. Margaret Fox Kane, one of
tho Fox sisters vv lio first (acquainted the pule
lie with tlio rnpplngandslate-w riling tileks,
U making n tour of tho comitry giving exbl
bltious as to how tho hlthei to unexplained
mysteries of tho medium's nrt aro isjrfornud.
Sph Itifftbsm is a gnat deal Uko logerdeinaln.
Tliero is a groat deal of mystery in both, but
inoit anybody could accomplish tho tt Icks If
thoy only know how, That'i the iwlnt that
cntchci most i f us.
C.'oaks for ladles, misses and children, all
tyleu anil prices. Anhby & Jilllipnugli.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
HANDSOME 00WN9 DOTH ON AND
OFF THE GTAQE.
Renin lCiumple of TIm Drrmlog llonm
Bliulo ttowtid A I'ow Word About tlio
AVarm Wiiip of Wlnlui Homo Other
Ni.w Voitu, Oct. 21. It Ii not only tlio
gowns worn on tho Htajo that nro hand
mii'ii' but thovi worn by boiiio of tho
ladlei In tbo atidionco 1110 worthy of all
tho admiration thoy rerolvo. Mnny lmllci
g-i to tlio tbcatro and open simply to bco
tl o cost limes, though whether tlioy no to
t . on." nt poor llttlo "Jenny Wron,
thill's tliessnirtUer," did, or for their own
personal delectation, I would not bo pro-
pared to say. So well Is this known that tho
Htnrs whri would 1m MiiccoMifii1 Mtinnd fur
tnoro timo nnd thnnirlit. to wiv nntblnir of I
money, upon their gowns than study, nud
generally it 11 mo best urcsseil uctress
who succeeds liest.
Tho drumatlo season Is now fairly begun, i
nud many fashionable theatro parties luivo
bpen seen nt tho most rcllned phfes, hut i
no far no person has been scon following
tho Kugllsh stylo of wearing low necked ,
dresses. Wallack'fl old theatre, now Pal
mor's. was always a high class theatro, i
nud I havo always noticed that tho
"higher" tho class, tho lower wero tho
dresses thoy wore, nslf thelroxalted posl- ,
tlon lifted them nbovo tho necessity of
observing tho decencies of life. Hut, with
tho now regime, tho lndlc3 havo so far '
drcssod with comraondablo modesty. A
recent theatro party numbered uomo of
tho bright lights of Now Yoik society,
mndo still moro brilliant by tho presence
of Mrs. Clovelaud, who sat modestly back
in tho box and enjoyed tho French comedy
ns well as sho could by tho uhl of tho
phrnso book sho brought nud tho "twonty- I
ono courso" of lessons, which is warruutod I
to teach you how to nsk If your bluo
unelo'u green dog hns been fed, and to say
"Proncz tin bnln frold, cola votts fera du
bleu." Mrs. Cleveland woro n violet gown,
with a wrnp of drab cloth almost covorod i
with gilt braid, and with a border of lynx;
a neat littlo bonnotof palo mnuvo, n pur- '
plo almost pink in tho gas light, with two '
or three small plumes nbovo tho face.
Tow people know sho was there. I
With her wcro thrca ladles nnd two
gentlemen, uno or tuo luuics woro a
whlto enshmcro worked with silver braid,
nnd with a llttlo knot of whlto ribbon nnd
silver lilies of tho valloy In her hair. Tho
cldorly lady who was with them somo
thought to bo Mrs. Folsom, but I do not
kuow whothor it was cho or not. Sho
looked very handsomo in a black velvet
dress with black und whlto lnco bonuot
and fan. A protty young gli 1 w ho was of
tho party woro n, green wool nnd silk
Accustomed ni I am to writing of
drossen, thoio of tho actress aro beyond
my powers. Tliero seeni3 to bo ono for
every sceuo. ami each wns moro splendid
than tho other. Plush was a favorite uv
1IOMU MADE uui'.ssi:s.
torial, and this embroidered with chcnillo
and beads in different colors, nnd others
had tho fronts ono stiff mass of gold em-
Thoro was ono dress cxqulsito, and it
would bo protty for nuy ono for an nfter-
noon recoption dress, it is oi siraw col
ored nun's veiling with crepo do chlno
nnd black velvot. Tlio skirt is mndo w ith,
tho front draped gracofully, apron fash
ion, ovor n row of flounces of tlio veiling,
cut on tlio bias and gathered. Tho front
drapery Is of tho crepo. Tho black dra
pery Is of veiling and is gathered, or,
rather, shirred, very full In tlio back aud
falls In n straight lino to tho bottom over
a small cushion. Tho corsage is peasant
stylo, of black velvot, nbovo which Is a
gatliored drapery of tho eropc, crossing
tho shoulders, and apparently tucked In
under tho velvet, which ouly teaches to
tho arm pits. Tho sleeves aio of cropo
and laco and narrow (lota of black velvet
ribbon. A largo bunch of tho samo holils
tho drapery high on tho loft side.
A now llttlo stylo Introduced by this
samo actress Is to havo llttlo sachuts of
ficrfumo or swcot clover blossoms sown
nto tho corsages of all her, dresses. I
know ladles who havo falso bottoms in all
of their dress pockets, nnd in thorn thoy
havo sachets mado of swcot clovor blos
soms nud orris root, nud somotlmcs roso j
leaves, but tlio clover is tlio swpcXcst and
gives a most dollcato nnd refreshing odor
as of nowlv mown liar. Strontr perfumes
Tho pretty gobelin bluo Is to bo seen
. ..... . & I 1 .. .1 -. 1..
now in overy ursi ctass noiiso uiuuu up m
almost every lmngluablo combination. Ono
very handsomo costumo, modeled from tho
actompanvlug plcturo, has been recently
llnlslied for tho wlfo of tho govomorof
ono of tho western statos. Tlio s,klrt U
of handsomo figured watered silk in two
shades, aud tho draperies nro of Henrietta
JfiPs I Vi9l-l If K
r mwmr.MMm v k ,
4 r--- --
cloth of tlio darker Miftde Tlio coMngo I
qttlto plain, without buttons or trimming),
ntiil looks iu If It had grown upon ths
wonror. With this gooi n short vplvot
wrnp. braided with black chettlllo mid
garnished with a thick frlugnof nllk, with
chonlllo tufts A hat of gobelin blue felt,
trimmed1 with lmndsoino tips, shaded In
tlio faded blue,, and a satin ribbon band
and hnndsomo buckle, cotnploto tho cos
tume, A'hlch Is exceptionally elegant.
Another very lady llko and stylish cos
tumo went out nt thoeamo timo. Tho
underskirt Is of dnrk brown plush, qttlto
plain, mid tho corsage nud drapery nro of
wood brown enshmero, without trimming
other than two linos of mnchlno Btltchlngs
In nnddlers' silk Tho oleoves nre of plush
nud tlio vest front, which Is fnstened oil
enrh shoulder by n triple row of gold tnck
head buttons A lmndsoino bonnet of
brown plush, gilt huttoun nnd wood brown
gros grnln ribbon complete this very mod
est but lmndsoino costume.
Ollt trimming Is worn to n eonshlernblo
CNtenton gowns both for bono and Htreet.
IhieklcH nro very protty nnd usually liavo
a fold of tho goods drawn through them.
Thoy tarnish very (illicitly, however, ami
do not look well long
A stylish dross for street or homo Is
mndo of tho zigzag pnttom in tricot nnd
tweed, nnd though tho model Is In two
similes of green, it can ho found in almost
every color. Tho model Is mndo very
plainly, r.a bolhs tho heavy quality of tho
goods, the only trimmings being n plastron
front of brown velvet, and a Jabot bow
nnd loops 011 tho left shlo. In brown this
Ih lmndsoino with ruby velvot or plush, or
bright green or gold color. Tho contrast
can bo very utrlking, since ho llttlo trim
ming is used.
Tlio brldo'n dress Is tho oxnet nrototypo
of that worn by tho joung Pittsburg
heiress who Ims just mnrrled tho Italian
count, Ottlseppo Carncrdliloutercolo, mid
sho expects to bo presonted to tho quocn
of Italy with that sumo gown on. It was
mndo by n square nnd fair Vnulceo dress
maker. Tho front Is mndo of llgurcd
watered silk and whit 0 embroidered China
crepe. Tho corsngo Is of tho name, nnd la
high In tho neck, 'tbo train Is of heavy
wlllto fnlllo I'Vaiiea.oO. Tho tllllo Veil Is
'fastened tit tho top of tho head, falling
backward, and tv.o or breo small fiprnys
of orungo blossoms nnd smllux nro fast
ened here and tliero.
nnowN ri.usn and nonui.tN m.va
Tho nowspapers hnvo described this
toilet, saying that It was made by Worth
nud cost a fabulous sum, whereas it was
i mndo In Now York mid coat, veil and nil,
$123. A dress made for uiuictress horo
which lias been described in twonty pa
pers ns a "tlgor dress designed by
Worth," was designed by an ttrtlst of my
acqualutnuco nnd mndo bv a Now York
hotiso. I only mention this becnuso I
think It unfair thus to bellttlo our own
artists nnd modistes for tlio sake of pro
tending to havo paid startling prices for
gowns. Tho pretty llttlo brldo In ques
tion, Miss Virginia ICt.ox, did r bravo
thing when sho hud her gowns raado horo,
and I think sho ought to get the credit
Tho next thing on tho programmo,
ladles and gentlemen, Is cloaks.
I tucltido both sexes in this sentence,
for though the gentlemen nro not expected
to wear them thoy will probably havo to
pay for them; thcreforo thov will bo In
terested. Theso nro nil wrapj which ladles can
mako themselves if they so desire, und
and thoy nro all handsomo and stylish.
Tho top ono Is n plain, black velvot,
trimmed with a band of fur mid fur tns
sets and n bit of nassementciio down tho
front, nnd lined with scarlet, nulltod
satin. That ou thatlght hand is of black
plush, with fur band and ball trimmings
nnd wide tusscmeutcrlo In tho back. It
is lined with brown quilted satin, nud tho
front tabs aro long, nnd there aro nlso
sldo tabs in points. Tho ono on tho left
is of black shillenuo silk nud has n trim
ming of plucked beaver and bead fringo,
as well ns n rich passementerie, and is
lined with purplo'satln. Theso aro sulta
bio for bright days when a raglan or
Newmarket would bo too warm, nud thoy
. nro ulso adapted to evening wear,
Tho child'ii cloak is suitable for a littlo
girl from G years old to 13. Tho model Is
of heavy fleeco lined tweed, und is in
brown and fawn stripes. It is trimmed
with cord and. buttons, tho cord being of
hoarr twb:. i? tho back it has throo
i tub next oh Til-x-noaiUMMr.
. dcop box rjlcnts, which extend only to th
' ! 4 4 Vain atlndilnra 41. .11
, uisi, mu uiu,tuijj mu luuuess neecs
nary, and across tuom tbero nro two thick
nesses of tho cord tied in -n donblo bow
knot and having balls at tho end. TliU
Is a very ucrvleeablo llttlo garment and
easily made. It requires ono yard and a
half of doublo width material for a child
of 8 or 0. Omyb lUr.run.
HIB!fl5r a mYjA V rWMn
v wmr wmmn
HEYMAN & DEICHES,
Mt., Nnw.rntcn Dl'k.
SUIT and FUR HOUSE.
Wonrenow InlrodiirliiK many newunxol
ties in fall und Winter Wear, und would re
M'cotfiilly invite our Lincoln friends to rail
and set tin1 new lino just opoted.
ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS
And in such ciin nller later slvles at lower
pr 'is than any house west oft IiIciiko nfiict
we'll lake pleasure In piovlnirto Llticolnltc.
CALL AND SEE US WHEN IN OMAHA.
Weemi slmw you n line line of Doaks,
Dresses mid I'urs that lurpass an.MliInu' you
have everseeu In the entile west. II will pay
you lo lake it trip toOinaba to see us, Ifyou
want an) tbl nt: nice In our line.
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N. M. Ruddy,
A speclaltv made of espert live Glass
Fitting (ilavvrs that rest the eye, 3000
217 South 15th Street,
Leaders in Photography.
We mak a specialty of the celebrated
Life sized pictures and furnish the flnett
woik at lowest pi ices.
Bost Cabinets $3.00
Elegant line of Picture Frames in stock
ami made to order. Call and see u.
H. Y, . KELLEY & CO.
iu:6 O Street, LINCOLN, NKIl.
Crystal Steam Laundry,
Office, Burr Dllt. Laundry, 24th anil 0.
Finest Work in the City.
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All work called for a-ul delivered, and
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