Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, January 12, 1889, Page 4, Image 4
wMiAw.sagawwwiw I' --- f Tr r- ,gasM-fc.-iii .' iiarKa t? ll CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. ! A Great Offer ! !BEAD THE COURIER AND QET 20GoodBooksFree! Br rwl1 arraniamant lth Ih r-tiMlihar, w ara iHa.1 tnf.ltrlhnlitllt rrTwrnlr Valiialfla llnnki -munaraiMl ami itaaerllwil llow,ollMllf lo rf atarrtir to ihia tanr for tin ikxiiiik jaar, at lln tawntar anliafrlpllnn rrlro. Thaaa tamaa, tath an of Which contain! cointla Aral.rlaMnuTrlornlharwotk Srs trail knnan n.l ropular author, at Militl.lia.l In WU pmpull form, primal fioni anml rrxlalla ttpo am inotl rlfi arw man? of ihrm hamiannit If llliutratN. ToronrrlMmiirif th flnaatworka vvrrwilltantir ma if ih arata.t an I moat nrmlar wtli.rMflhof AmarUaanJliutopa. Kadi ona licoinilela Inll.alf t Wa.1l. ThaAaat Macula lleaiimaiita. Ritaaaittuit 1MTH Wlnaw llanuTT I'ipim," llnf al !! faaalMl Iwwia friMUk4 lalli aqaal U In ftra..-i.r....rl" WIJow "aa'aH." Ma. in. tlUaK nrntr' AaWtnlaraala) Nut Viirk, Pf IS aathar f 'laa Ml.a Skiaaaaa ririn." Fall.af 'fMaf alia. liana, laataafcla latld.nl anil vMtcalaaa atrapaa. A tr4l fcaaiaraaa Smi, Ma. til. I'rrlVfl KltqaHUI , Haw To Haa?a l Jtonattt A raiapi.ia aiaaaalfar l.ttt.a anil a.atl.m.a.tl.laf ahimiwl tat. at 4.prtmal far all arra.funa, anr4laf la as aaata al laa Stal toe Llr. Ha.tll. Ualll.ar'a Tralf.l. Tt.atitil.laatalara art ... iiaiiltar hm ha l.llllpall.ai an I iiuaia. A sxa4.r4 rma-llla tha aalf a h.ap a.llln. No. tM. Tk 1'f.aU'a Ftatural lll.larj. Ooalalalnf rfataraallaf AMrrtplla.. arfaiapaal..! fc? llla.lrallanaalnam.r .Ma aaaala, WMa, raptUM, fl.a.a ! laaxll, with mack tat laui loliniilltf manllal llitlr Ilia anil liMti. Ha.tr! Madam llrtltatlaaa. A latfa mllatllan r k .IMt FrUr raall.llaa, I ptaaa a4 !, tola, laf frvfaH aVaalalaallawUl an4 amal.ara. Wa tti. Uatwa'a Harass. A Natal. Br II. Ilioaa R.at. Walt Plawara. A Nml, flr Mlaifta dial tan. K.ai, Taim lrckl'aVrlM. A Natal. Iir lloatTi (taaa,ja. Ma.lM. ItaalkaKrtf. A Natal, tlr StiTtavaCvaa.Ja. tVa Itt, llranrrlal a, 1a Ijaataama Mia. A S.T.I, nrM T.filMl. ........ Na.Hl. Tk MUacltmlarra f Jahn Mrkalaaa. A 'ataral Bf naaaar lpialll-ataaina, ..(. TaKlaaa. A Natal. Ilf tha aalkar l "Pota Twa. Ka.M. Hra4 a tk Malara. A Natal. BXIUl Na.lta. ! Maalj.lwa, A Nattl. Vf Miar CaiiL H& tit. A Vah4 llaralaa. A Natal. 11 tfra. Aaai kaartaaa. Haiti, ilaaila at Kuaaklaa. A Natal. HfCataiat Ha" tat. Tk llraam Wataan. A Natal, fj Wllaia Na'tM llraraja Canllrld'a Jaarxar. A Natal. 4lKtrlM'rr"l4tilak' lltU A Nattl. t aiaaat Waaa. ty Send In .voir Milmcrlptlon at once nil remember In dolnjj no now )ou (;ct (lie Catitai. City Courikii one jenr and tall tlic.nbove liooki (or only $1.00. AddrcA, WESSEL PRINTING CO., illurr Illock. LINCOLN, NKU. 3 Missour' Valley Fuel Co. 4 Hell tltn (Htit qualltr of Hani nml Soft COAL .Satisfaction Guaranteed. okkiok t (f RlchanU Block, cor. I ith nnd O. 8 'liVHNING DRHSS TAILORED TO ORDER $30 to $60, Silk or Satin Linings. Tailor shops that keep such styles will charge you $50 to $100. None can be better made than -ours. Fow have as big an assortment of fine -Coating for Full Dress. Our fabrics, fitting and -work are the very best. $30 to $60 made to aoider. TAILOR C40Q Douglas Street, Omaha. I', A ;ii(ir liirof Mmtrrn 7Ymr. PU1JL.ISIUCD SATURDAY unncnilTl4iN! On) Yivtr liy Mull or CArrlor I ),K Six montlH, $IM Thm iiiunth W CVnl, On J month Oil tiit tnrnrnlity In Adtancn. InvmiTiaRMKNTa: llnloa rnrnlalipilnn npll Allan attlmoniw. HHolnlrnliiiniiTimACniilrn la. CoNTiuiitTTKwai Hliort aplcjr aUrlrlii1, xh.'iii nml Htorlr. aollclliil. lVrwinnl nml Hoclnl notoa are rxolalljr ilralrnlilc, lrlHTlt:nt Wn innku n aKolnlty of Kin I'rlntliiK In ill III hr 1 11 1 i, Hulitr w iii)cliHy .Vililmaanllcnmniiinicttlontillrpottn tlmolTloo. WicsaiCL, Pkintino Co , puui.miiitiiH. Now llurr lllhck, Cor. l'ilh nml O Hirer'). TKi.KPiioNK'jra . U'khhri,, Jit., Blltor nml Solo Proprietor, TAKE NOTICE! Tint Couiur.ii will not Im nwpoimllilo for ntiy dctitn nimlo liy nny ono In It nnnio, mi Iiwh ii written onlur aoconiixinlra thu tw, pro)rrly alKiied. L. WKSHKt., Jr., l'nip'r. NOTICE. OivIuk to tlio alcknoKrt our oilltorlnl writer Inn Ih-ou lumlilo to furnish tlio iiaunliiiuoiiiit of iinttr coutnliuil In tliU coltiiiin. Wo alucerttly regret the amnii, lint fix audi inla rortniien cannot lo avertil, wo nak thu In iUiIkoiico 3f our rendcni thin week, iroiu lalni? Hint with our uoxt iaauu thu umiiiI iitotA of oxwllcnt pnriiKrnpliN under tlila liend will ngnln nppo.tr rit;ulitrly. Kliul Itnmnrka Tlmt nr ApprrlHtnl. Tho OAl'iTAt, ClTV CoimiKit, Llncolu'n ko clely uuwaptpor, tailed a very cnxlltalilo holiday uuiubor. Wo coiiKrittulnto brother WoaH'lon h'n ontorprNo. O nut hit Kceelalnr, Tho Christum iiuiiiW of tho Lincoln, Nnb., Oapitai. CiTr Couiukh wa a beauty tyiograpU'rtlly, and wn ropleto with oxcol lent article. frxui tho pons of tho able writer or Nebraska, among whom nro Patrick Knn, K,, A. I). Hayes, of thn Stute Journal, Ilolwrt McHuynolds, Col. K. M. Correll of tho IMiron Journal, Hon. J. 1). Calhoun, Al. Falrhrothcr, of tho Lincoln Call, and tho prince of hutimrlHu, Walt Miloii, of tho Stale .ountul, Thl uinnii)r win a credit to tho editor and publlilmr of tho pupir it well a to the city In which It wn published. Council 1iijT litlector. Our ClubltliiK Mat. Ily consulting our announcement in anoth er imrtlon of this Issue, reader wilt llud that .v w. ....... ..n ...w uuu..... ...... .u...h. ,- - - lodleal and mognxlnes they can securo two ot ubout the price of ono. For Instance, tho by clubbing tlio CouniKii with foreign per price of Tki CVnturj I M.00 er year, and together with tho CoimiKH Ixith in ty ho hud lor.l a.UO, making tho price ot tho latter only ono half It rogulnr rate. This Is about the Mmo on all other paper. If on consulting tho Hit you do not find tlio ixitier therein that you want, wo can novortlieles supply tho I ,iino nt aimiltir rate. Ilinvuvor in aiilwarlb- , lug ns above, old Niibscrlbor nro ohllgotl to p ty up nil arrears mid pay n your' hiibscrlp In ndvatico for tho wipers onlertMl. This I a cheap way to get two or more p.iHrn. False Doctoring;. Tho extent to which tho ordinary services of the church are understood by tho poor Is not ensv todotormlno without snoclol Innulrv. and yot omotlmos tho clorgy como upon alarming proofs that thing are not so clear aa they supiwao thorn to ho. It Is not so long ago slnco a Yorkshire Incumbent, dwelling in a raJlov whoro tho rwonla nro sunnaiotl tn h particularly long beadou, told moor n mourn- (ul oxperlenco which borell blm when visiting a sick parishioner. Tho Yorkshlremon was 111, very 111, but doggedly opposed to spending a nonnv unon the doctor. Uo had (ound, ho thought, a inoro excellent way, and was accordingly conducting, with very alarming result, somo oxporunonts upon hi constitution. Excoasivo devo tion to a cheap but far from Innocuous quack modlclno was fast bringing htm to a state In which medical aid and tho Infalllblo pill would boollko superfluous. "My doar Mrs. ," sold tho vicar to his obstlnato parishioner's wife, "your husband is realty killing hlmsolf with thoso pills. It's a roso of suicide a downright sin." "Yes, sir," replied tho tear ful partner, "I know It, and ninny's tho tlmo I'vo prayed against It In tho church service " "In tho church service C said tho vicar, a litUo doubtfully; "you moan when wo pray for tho sick." "Oh, no, sir," was tho rcplyj "I mean whero wo always say In tho Litany, lat It, 'From all tho falso doctoring, good Lord, deliver usl' " Caruhill Magaxlno. A Trying Experience. It Is generally high noon wbon tho heat la fiercest and tho Panama coast looks toast in viting boforo you arrivo at tho landing at tho city of I'anama or as near to It as ships can coma Across tho Intervening loaguo of bounding billow you may bocouvoyod pA best suits your purso or pleasure. A pirn an (bird), with just room enough for tho boat man and two passengers, cannot bo hired for loss than (I , and should tho tide bo low tho last fifty yards of tho Journoy must bo mado on tho back of a baro legged native over a stretch of slimy slam. I can testify from ox-, uay " l .' l w "'I""1""-'0"8'""1"-norlenco that the, few varus aro inoro trvlmr I ,u.c.rJor t0 UwnM ,m,ro Bolld' l mn " tonervo and Ynnkoo "grit" than n voyago around tbo world would bo under ordinary circumstances, Tho Costa Rlcaus aro a puny race, far Inferior physically to tho sturdy Anglo-Haximx, and tholr limbs aro alarmingly shaky when put to tho tost of 140 pounds of remalo avoirdupois, with probably twenty Kuuds moro or gripsack, cloak, shawl and othor iarap'icrnalla, all of which for a fear ful flvo minute trembled in tho balanco abovo a bed (soft ouough, to bo sure) of knoo doojigrocuUbslhuo. Fanny Ward In Phila delphia Record. Dog ol Wart Tho dog corps, long slnco established In tho French army, lu been recently much In rroartod, so efUchuit havo theso little soldiers bocomo. At an early stago or tbo trials tboy guvo satisfaction us advanco tmtn, scenting cr hearing a stranger approaching oven In tho darkneta, and quickly loaruln tho differ enco between a friendly and a foreign uni form. The latest trick tho military dog has learned Is that of carrying dtiatcb( bo t ween distant sections of an army or reliefs or re-enforoeineuts presumably advancing through boftilo country. ticlcntlfla Amort-can- blLL NYE IN ALABAMA. ITn Write Up AUbama nml tlr. llama. MojrrooMcnr, AUv, Week Iwforo Ivutt. Wr nro now In tlio cm tor of tho cotton belt I Intro not lioen In tho center of n eotton holt beforo alnco I wtu a chlkL Hero wo went over, Mr. Rlloy nnd I, to neo tlin .argo prcfiMiint tho dayllghtJi out of a bnlo of eotton. Tho old ftulilound cot ton mjuntter, which worked llko a elder prtwi, U only utllliol at prroont for homo two. It put n $40 bnlo of rottou doivu to about tho alio of mi upright plnno or folding boil Then It U hnniRht to town, whero n largo, athlotlo prcm of inoro modern nwclinnlmn thubi It up Into oiRvfonrtli Ua former alto, wlillo nhnblu llugeni rooiljuat tho hoop Iron wrnpjxjrH. Tlio old fnahloned prom In oixsratcd by n tnulo, aupixirlod by n colored limn, whow wholollfoUit ahorclivn raliii, nnd whowiiy torn laaattirnted with rout, Tho nuilo wnlkn around tho ores nnd tho negro romnliui itatloimry It U tho origin of what luu Imcii iIiico culled tho trnlk nroutid. Tho upright of the prom In largo scrotv, which, n It rovolves, bring tho ruleutlow Jaw of tho innchlno closer nnd closer to gothor. Bit bands of hoop Iron nro then wrnpxd nroutid It, and It Is ready for market. IJIruilngliniii Is tho most roninrknblo city In tho south. It Is uioro llko a booming min ing town than anything elso, nnd looks llkn I.cadvillo In tho tlm.li times. Whciiuorodo Into tho city It was n roninrknblo transition from tlio old rtylo of Alnlmma towns. Ilwl moutheil furunoes ynwmxl llko alocpy glnnU, nml pnlnti-d tho Hombcr sky a gaudy crimson with tholr hot breath. Uuay Koplo might havo Ixxjii aeon horo and thcro, going some wliero Instead of waiting patiently for somo boily to walk around thorn, or looking re proachfully at Ktrnngor who hnd boon brought up to btulucM habits llirmluhain U n young Kansas City, and hns city lots staked out so far west, and Kan sas City lias so many extending east, that thoro is really only a narrow strip of ground botweon tho two towns, nnd It is Mug rap idly bought uiv A now railroad connects tho two young giants, nnd a fow cholco lots in ttlthcr-pluco will bo, a good invedtineut for thoMi who havo Ucomo weary of putting tholr money into Canadian tourists. Uinuingham reminds mo so forcibly of a booming mining town that I remarked to Mr. IUloy, as wo got off tho train, that all no needed to carry out tho similarity was an eornost lynching party. In loss than twenty four hours n crowd of fi,0U0 peoplo mndo a party call to tho Jail for tbopurposoof ex tending tho nock of n gentleman named llawcs, but after twenty coplo had been killed at4 wounded by tho ofllccrs tboy re treated. Hoveral strangers who had novcr eon n man lynched, anil wanted to bo ablo to scare tholr children with tho story when they got homo by telling about it, went to tho entortalnmont, returning later on by tho way ui uiu uuuoriaKcr sioro. Mr. Hawos wo a man who hod on earnest naturo and a. largo rod ohn club, with which way or tuo undertaker's store. ho over and anon attracted tho attention of his wlfo whuu ho wanted to communicate a disagreeable truth to her. Uut ho would mot always feel real sorry about It afterward: and ono tlmo after ho had broken two of his wife's ribs in this wnv. ho told her ho could wo that ho had perhaps boon hasty and given hor needless pnln. nnd ho bcliovod that ho had better divide up his attentions between her and another woman, no that ono of them could recover wlillo ho gently rebuked tho other. So ho married another woman, and this croatcd a porsoiuil feeling hotween tho two, (or uo truo wlfo.can bear to know that hor eoul's Idol U lavishing his kicks on another. lNight after night tho llrst wlfo would sit up M nlono counting tho lagging hours, all the tlmo knowlug full well that her rival was gutting all tho largo bluo welts over tho bock which had lu tho happy past been horn nnd her alono. Thoy bad two llttlo rtrls, which r. mra was m mo uaiutoi Kissing in ' publlo and kicking acre tho Urosldo occasionally, and so, when llttlo May was round lying dead on tho . horo of Cast lake. Mr, Ilawes was iilocod in Jail. Wlillo wo wero In Birming ham tho citizens of tho town druzcod tho lako and found tho first Mrs. Ilawes at tho bot tom, with n largo quantity of railroad iron attached to her. That was nartly what cre ated a fooling against Mr. Ilawes, and so a great many of his old uelghbors went up to tho jail to proNOiit hint with tho freedom or tho Now Joruitalom, but thoy wcro rolled. Several or thorn wero bo much so that thoy will never wholly recover rrom Its effects. Mr, Ilawes did wrong In tho first instanco In marrying two women. When a man marries tw.i women bo Is already on tho downward road. "Ono wlfo seems to call for another" In cuch a cose, and thou 111 feeling arises. Mr. ilawes, of course, then tried to obvlato tho wlfo ho had at Hrst married, and now pooplo dlsllko him for it. Mr, llawcs mado a m'stako, also, in marry ing n woman, anyway. Uo should havo married n southern hotel carpet, and then a llttlo beating wouldn't havo been out or place, though or course it might havo aroused sus picion. No man should nccumulato a family with a view toward eradicating thorn as soon ns ho bocomca weary of them and desires to bocomo tho head of another family, for whom ho has a higher regard. And so Mr, llanos Is in a very trying jiobltion at thl tlmo. Ho may wako up, moot any morning now, and find hlmsolf hi a felon's crnvo. This ought to bo a Folomn warning to llttlo boys nnd rlrls who may bo tempted to wlpo out n nrovlous family j wl"1 a "f"1 mo- Wo cro having a good tlmo scooting about over tho country, changing cars two or throo limes in 0110 night, and lu other ways enjoy ing ourselves to tho utmost. Wo sloop days, lecture ovculng, and at night abandon our solve to ehanslng cars. At llrst wo devoted tho Hrst hair of tho night to orations, ban quets and demonstration, but now wo havo quit, llavlns but ono stomach apiece, and hu tug about six months of this tour looming up khcad, with it prospective mirth, initio aud quail on toast, wo have registered n largo, not vow on the hotel register hereafter to suUtltuto on r.ucli occaslousour new ugent, who bo four stomachs and a vallso, together i.ti au alluieutary which would ccrtnlnly Lo ui oruatuvut to any society. BUI Nyo in Unco a Vi'oeis Nothlus to Go tlr. Mrs, Gabl What sort o folks aro thoso new neighbors of yours f Mrs. Uadd-Well, I'vo been wt telling their hack yard (or two weeks, but as they tend their wash to a laumlry 1 can't toll any thins ubo.it them, Now York Weekly. ODDS AND ENDS. A new volcano Is reported from Tobasco. Moxlco. It spurts forth largo streams or rod water. Tlio nuthorttlos of Derlln havo seized thou sands of Zola's works, which woro shlppod thoro from England. According to tho ostlmatea or Governor Plorce, North Dakota has a population of 2-Y),000 nnd tnxnblo property to tho value of $75,000,000. Thoro aoeini to bo no limit to the productive power of Mrs. Ii D. M N. Bouthworth's fer tile brain. At tho ago or 77 alio announces that her forty-fourth novel I nearly ready for publication. Somo or tho brick houses erected In Eng land SX)0 years ago aro so comentod togothcr that tho walls havo to bo blown dowti with gunpowder whon tho alto U wanted for some thing modern. In tho trial of n trado mark suit In Loudon, England, n phonograph was Introduced to roproduco n letter nnd other pajwrs. Tho In strument workod successfully, nnd tho pro siding Judgo was surprised and pleased. Wo talk or Immortality, but wo oven do not know yet what tlmo Is. Perhaps tlmo has ixxwlbllltlcs that dwarf Immortality, and wo aro fooling ourselves with tho poorer choice. I Ait us havo tho very best. Emperor William of Germany has ordered tho olllcers or Ills army to discard pointed English boots nnd wldo creased trousers. Uo has alxo mado n change In tho royal crown, which ho considered too high for bis stylo of beauty. Telegraph operators, It seoms, aro develop ing n dlseaso of their own. Ono or two cases recently occurred abroad, In which tho fingernails dropped off, ono after anotbor. Tlio n (Toe t Ion Is supposed to 1x5 duo to tho con stant hammering nnd pushing with tho linger end required by tho working of tho telegraph Instrument. A company has locn formed In Now York to connect the Sandwich Islands with each other by moans of n submarine cablo, and to extend this cablo from Honolulu to San Fran cisco. Previous to Its construction tho pro jector or tho work will try n tiovol experi ment. Thoy havo bought 100 pairs or tho best Imported breeds or homing pigeons and ha.vo shlpjKxl thorn to Honolulu. From there thoy will forward a number to each of the Islands in tho group and establish pigeon sta tions until tho cablo Is couiploted. Gcnliiae nml ICrcentrlc. Genius or this sort then Is not necessarily at all groat; It Is only unlquo, and In virtuo or its uniqueness for tho most part Interest ing. Not that all eccentricity mid originality artakoof tho naturo of genius either ; thoy must havo combined with them mmo consider able element of distinct do vcrnoss.or tho result (inorcly In an eccentric or an original, not in a genius properly so called. Wo havo all known many eccentrics whoso eccentricity was far Indeed from being cither amusing or curious; It succeeded merely In making Itself supremoly annoying or absurd. Out tho gulf that separates tho mcro original from the truo genius Is often ns narrow as tho gulf that , intervenes botweon tho subllmo and tho ridic ulous. Evorybody has mot odd people, who lived by themselves In odd rooms, who said and did odd thugs, and whoso veriest com monplaces had always about them somo lin gering flavor of misplaced wit and ludf mad imagination. Such queer peoplo, with their dash or Insanity, havo not Infrequently a dash of genius aa well, only In their caso tha dlvlno spark has cither novcr been supplied with sufficient fuel, or uovcr blown up by the breath or appreciation into even n struggling nnd tcntatlvo blmo. Yet who shall say what tiny oxtrn twist ,ln a special direction turns 'any ono or thoso undiscovered cranky souls Into n Dickens, a Heine, n Rabelais, or a Cervantes! Tlio llttlo additional twist makes to us, tho recipients, all tho difference; but in the brain and mind of tho man himself, how InUnltetlmaUy small must bo tho peculiarity of fiber or energy that ultimately deter mines it. Gnuit Allen In PoDtilar Science Monthly. Leaders in Photography. Riley's JfEU 5 5tudio5 Wc mak a apcclalty of the celebrated BROMIDE Life klzcd pictures and (urnUli the flnctt work nt lowest prices. Best Cabinets $3.00 Klegnnt line of Picture Frames In stock and made to order. Call nnd see u. H. W. KELLEY & CO. 1026 O Street. LINCOLN, NEB OThe BUYEBB GUIDE Is issued iMaroh and Sept., each year. It Is an ency clopedia of usoful Infor mation for all who pur chase tho luxuries or tho neoessltios of lllo. Wo can clothe you and furnlah you with all tho uoooasary and uunocessary appliances to ride, walk, dauco, Bleep, eat, fish, hunt, work, uo to church, or stay at homo, and in various sizeo, stylos and quantities, J lint flguro out what Is roqulrod to do all thoso things COMFORTABLY, and you oan mako a fair estimate or tho value or the BUYERS' QUIDB, whloh will bo sent upon reoolpt of 10 cents to pay poutago, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-114 Miohlgan Avonuo, Chlco, IU, GOOD BOOKS Best Holiday Presents ! THOS. FAWELL, AT THE LINCOLN BOOK EMPORIUM, H.1tf. 10th st, under Y. M.O.A. lias a Flue Stock sultublc (or the HOLI DAYS, Including Sets or Single Volumes ot the Best Authors Teachers, Family and Pocket MULES. Albums, Children's Picture and Story Books, Etc., Etc. Browning, King & Co. . OMAHA. .tmim,m,.mlkm Wc advertise and handle no questionable goods, but GUARANTEE every GARMENT we SELL to be the best made. There is something so different in the character of the goods we manufacture that a customer once made by us always remains our patron. WHY? Simply by giving the customer the right to come direct to the manufacturer and buy his Clothing without paying any Agents or Middleman's Profit. Remember Our Motto : One Price and That the Lowest. Furnishing Replete with CHRISTMAS PRICES THE LOWEST. THE LINCOLN - Safe Deposit Company, t Will open for biiHtncFS nt tho bank room on tho corner of V nnd 11th Btrotn. Wednesday, January 2d, '89 Capital Stock $250,000.00. Interest allowed on deposits of (lvo (5) por cont for nil full c'nlondnr months. Deposits or ono dollar, nnd upwiirdK, received. Tho Hnfo Deposit Vault prnvlilo a plnco of sufo keoplnit for tnonoy, Jewelry, cold and silverware, valuable papers, tltlo deeili, inortungeH, and valuables ofuny description. Per oot Mocurlty nvnlnst burglar and ilro. Huron routed at niodernto rontuls, from 15 upwards, pneo In llru proof storage vaults for rent at reasonable rental. HENHY K. I.EW18, President ami Manager. JOHN liBBrFtBBVBBtw SSBBBBBBBIaittiSft ".JlLjTha-- -sHCaeH aBKlSSiBBP THE aTAmPSHAT LEADS them al91 "DOMESTIC" SewingMachineParlor LINCOLN OFFICE, 42 NORTH 11th ST. W. A. DOGGETT, The Only Authorized Agent in Ljncoln. (D Department all the Latest NOYELTIES! SAVINGS BANK AND - McfH.AY, Treasurer. T. 8. HTtAHT, Vice President. -..