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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1889.
A Great Offer !
HEAD THE COURIER
Bt ffll rrnmn Hh tli lMIliar, r
naiilril ln(ftrthinllrllt nf Twrnlir Valiiaiila llnom
nnmrrmoil unit ila rid haloir, aitnt"trrf In . fjr
ubucrlbar In lliln pr lor Ilia iiuinn jfr, nt Ilia
racutar inbacrlpUnii yrtrw. Tlif liwka, lurli nn nf
wtileh rnuuini romj'UU Hrt'dii"rliroil'f rmk
tjwll nnn fttnl omiir aulhor, i ililllM In
Dt mphln form, rhttMfrom ri1 rrkiUlil lip
fin v(hhI r ir. ami in.nr of lli.m liaml.omt Ir lllii.tr a
Ttirromniomcf III. flntatnoflm rtrrwrltlontv
, ami in an
1 om of
omi of Hi (t.tt n I mont rnniilur wtllr, l-olliot
Amrlcftinl Kurvp. li.di on. licoiuiilet. In lllf I
Ha, til. Th Anl Mulml(rumrfil. P.f lUi.lhnf
t"T. Wlpow HlpflTT I'.rt.a " tin. il lln 'mialf.1 l-l
.Mr.aMlaliad all; mhI I. In liMuprimiiiri' Wl.low
Ka.lt. HUati Itrannalt'. AilTrnlnrraln Nrw Ynrk.
Br th. aalhar ar la. ill.. fcUMmiii rrM Fall,.!
'aaf lltllMt, Wnih.bl. l.cM.al. al iljlculiiut ttitft;
A Kraal haiaoraa. Immii.
Ha. Ill, IVrfVrt KllqarllM ., How ti Riant. i
ftopiaat. A ramr-Lll latni.l f.r MLt an I i.nll.tn.n l.lni
lalrarrarlr.l.a af d.rarlm.nt for all affMlfni,amfilluf U
Na,ill. lllliV Trarrla. Tlarmill.i.n.(rntrl
al hinl tlalllxr imil lta LllllpnlUna an.l lllanla, t
auadar. arntilbla Ih. nnlt rlin ..nil-.,
Ka. M. Tha IVantr'a Nalnrnl llUlarr. Cnnlalnlif
taUrMllaf ilMrtl ftllaaa, afMiwr"'"! MlaMlallniia nl num.t
al I-..U, MMl, r.ntlLa. dhil n.l li.fl. arllU limili carl.ua
lahrmillon ri.rllaf llilrllnil nallla. ,
Ka.lll. Ma.lrru ItrrlLtlana. A lart. rnlll' nl lit
Raat paaalar tarllallaai. In -ra and , l.lh lf n.rM
ail tlH.IIntta ai4 amat.ara. ....
Ha. HI. llalHR'a ll.tmi. A Hatel. Iif II. Ilmii
Ha. Ml. Wall flnwrra. Kml.
lit tttkio1 Hint iMi.
Ha. III. 'lkaMtraanCa'rlmrv.
A NotI Hf Morati
Ha.lM. ItanlkaHarf. A Hal. Hf"ti iVaa.Ja.
Ha. in. Ilaaprrlal . Ta I.i4atniiii ra. I
Hani. 11 ll.T. fiLlM...
Ha,m. ThaMUaittrnlnrra nf John MrhoUnii A
)laTl. Hr Naailir lnilhTnK"
Ha.lU. TwoKlMra. A Hl. Ilf Id. anlhor l " Iv.n
Harji. Ilrtad Ifpan lha Walrra. A Haul, hi lll.
Ha.lM. ! Maalr-lw. A Hottl. 11 U C.tlk
Ha'. III. A Vaeaban.l lUrolaa. A Nnt- "r lira.
Aaaia Raw tana. .
H. III. t'l.uJa ! fynihlna. A Manl. Hrrn.ilii
H4a!ll. Tk Ilraam Waman. A Haul. H Wuiii
Ha. M. Oftoria OaaUrliVa Janrnaj. A Nl. "J
IIUl M. K, Patnaai. . . . ta .,
Ha.Mi Marr lUrdwkk'n llltaL A Sat.L l Wi.
J."Si'iiil III jour Milmcrlptlou nt once
mul romcinlicr in iloln o now yon net the
Capital City Couiukii one venr mul
nil the nlxivo liooki (or only $3.(h).
VESSEL PRINTING CO.,
llurr Mock. LINCOLN, NUM.
2 Missouri Valley Fuel Co. 4
Hell tlu- Irot iinallt)' of llhnl mul Boft
fi Rtclmrila' IJlock, cor. i itli nmt O.
Made to Measure.
Three pairs of $5 Trous
ers for the price of one in
tailor shops that keep such
They're made to measure
with the best of care. The
quality is worth the work;
above all the styles arc.
The goods are made for
Nicoll by the mills at home,
with weave and coloring
not far behind tltc foreign.
They'll bq long-remembered
money's worth at $5
Let Trousers bought as
jobs and poorly made to sell
at shabby prices wait; they
You'll search the stores
in vain to find a paralel. We
have several hundred pat
terns not many of one
kind. They're uncommon
value N icoll-like.
We wouldn't offer a style
that dressy men would turn
from. The profit's small,
but suppose we make 100
pairs to measure daily? we'll
1400 Douglas Street, Omaha
A lt)iul(ir IStfter of Moilmx Tiinrx.
"MiiiwdiU'rimi: On Ynr y Mnll or furrier $J,(W
Hlx iiioiiIIk, JIM Tlirt'O mniitli ftO tVntu, Oil
moiilli n (Villa Invnrnlity In Aitrnnuo.
AnvmiTlaitHicirrHl ltfllra fiiriillMl un nipll nllan
nl llio iiRUii. Hx-olnl mica on Tlino Com rn la,
Co.miliiimn(a:Hlirtalcy ikr-li'lu, hkmi '
alorlon aollcllmt. lVrwuml nml Hwlnl noli" nn-
rmirriNni Wo mnko ft axclilty of l'lim I'rlntliiR
In nil lit lir i toll m. H i (.jtv w rk n imlIiiUjt
AiMivm nil ootiiinunicnllonn illriotto Urn onico.
Wichiu Pkintino Co ,
Now llurr Hloelc, Cor. t'illi mul ) Ww'..
Ii. Wkhhki., .In., lilltor unit Holo l'mprlotor.
Tim Couiukii will not Ik? ivmiinIMo for
nny ilolitM nmilo by nny mm in IU nninu, un
li ii written onlor nifuniiNiiiloH tlio miiiio,
I.. Wkhhki., Jr., TroiiY.
8t. Vai.kntink'h ilny Iiiinwimi ItnlioHUlnm.
Tliurxiliiy fow iiiIhIvi'h woro wnt out nmt
H'liiwly iinyinm know tlmt tliu ilny wiih nny
otlior tliiui mi onllniiry ono, Tlio viiNtoiii l
IkimiuIiik mi iiwful oliostiiul nml It Ih to lo
IiojksI tliu HiIiik will illo ii luituriil ili'iith. Tim
tuition can gotnlout; without hiicIi iioiibi'Iiso.
Tiik Couiukii would mlvlao lu frloinlx in
Oiiiulm to I'onm to Lliu-olu to buy tliclroonl,
unit any tlilnj; i'Iho limy acck liiirnnliiH for. Tim
bout hunt coal Ih Im)Iik Hold horont (V cr ton,
h hllo In Oiimhil $11 ia ittkitl for tlio anum
mtlolo. Now, wo lu'omuim Oiiiulm will ralmi
tlio howl ii;nlu Hint It U liohiK illNcrliuiuutitl
UKiiluat In favor of Lincoln.
Tin: lunURin-Atiou acoiua to Ik) all tlio talk
now In Wtialilugton, and much lntcrot ii do
ing iiinulfeatiM In tho coming national uvuut.
Not particularly is it liocuuso Harrison mul
Morton Micrail iloiuocriiuy, but inoro bo on
account of tlio unuMinl occurruueo of tno
pcrwiui from tlio tuuno family occupying tlio
givntMt H)Mltlou in tho gift of tho American
pcoplo. It Is wilil tlio corcmoiilcR nslilo from
what tlio constitution ili'iuniulii, will bo nmilo
Hlmllar in moiiiu rvxpcctH to tlmocciiMiIon when
"Old Tip" mum plncod in tlmclmlr.
Tiik mimical cotnpltlou'i published by tho
Couiukii ovcry Ksiio 011 pngo live, wo nru
plcnxott to uoto mi) being appreciated by our
cultured millers. Tlio Kulectiou in our liut
Ikmio from tliu opera "Kings Fool" wiw u fair
Kiuuplo of what wo will coutluuo to print. A
largo number of Indlea who uuipilrcd "t tlio
music Htorod for tho piece, "Only Tonight'
mill could not Hud it In tlio city, woio high in
tliulr praNes of tlio Couiiikii'h enterprise, on
Uniting Unit their search w iw nt an end mid
instead of paying thlrty-llvo cents for It, got
it with tho Couiukii free.. Wo publish
another very pretty plocu today on tlio tuuuo
TllKiuc seoins to Ihj a dwlro on tho )xirt of
homo of tlio leglslatlvo Inxly to arouso 11 con
tinual dlsccnl rather than lwnopuro harmony
pruvall, Homo crank Is over up with n howl
for Investigation and never feoli In his right
mood unless ho ran mnko things generally
unpleasant for n innjorlty of Ills ciniiborerH.
Tim COUIUKH does not want to liavo it under
stood that it is opposed to investigations when
there is ground-for them, but thU cry of
"let's invcstlgato" that is heard overy thno
there is a murmur or tho faintest spark of
suspicion, is liocoiulug u monotonous Imar.
Some pcoplo uru never happy unless thoy can
Had fault, mid it is certainly deplorable to
uoto that muong our liouorables of statu, w o
Tiik Nevada legl'luturo lias sotnn oxiimplo
for tlmcntlro known world, by the follow
ing: An net to promote tho pleasure of tho pcoplo
in publlo places of nmusomout.
Section 1. It shall lie unlawful for any
Hectator la any place of nnuisoment to wear
a covering for the bend which shall reach
more than three inches above tho crown of
the head, and nny person wenriugiuchncov
erlug for tlio head shall bo Ihusl in a sum not
loss thniifS nor more than I0, or imprison
ment in tho county Jail not lts than two
days nor more than live days: provided, that
this net shall not npply to women over 35
years of ago.
Section 'J. This net shall take elfect on and
nftor February 25, loSO.
(Iruiitl Colorado i:cttriiloii.
On February Wtho H. & M. will bell tickets
to Alnmosa, Oil., nnd rotiirn at f30 good for
twenty day. Ft, Oarland, l.n Jura, Del
Norte, Monte Vlstn, or Antonito may ho vis
itctl nt on additional vxpemo of $1.00. Thee
towns nro In tlio wonderful Sail Luis valley,
prolMhly on of the richest mid most promising
tracts of government land in the country.
No droughts, floods or cyclones. Immense
crops, good market nnd flno climate, with
most fluttering prospects for the future. Tins
it u uood tliiui:. tlio rates nro netu ly cut in
two, mid wo want you to enjoy the benefit.
There Is no telling w hen the roads may lie in
duced to make such n rate again.
Cnll ut the olllco nnd get n descriptive cir
cular of Sun Luis Park, its resources nnd nil
vnntagc. A. O, .1KMK1I,
City Pass, nnd Ticket Agent.
Notleo Is hereby given, that by virtue of hii
execution Issued by the Clerk of tho District
Court of the Heeoml JnilleliU District of No
imiskn, within and fori Jinoiiater County. In
an uctlon wlieiclu Huss unit .eh are. plaint
Ills, nnilJuincs Mathews defendant, I will, A
8 o'clock p. in., on the 20th day of March, nt
D. 18S0, ut the front entrance to tho District
Court rooms in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
County. Nebriukn, oiler for sale nt public
miction tho following described real estnte to
Ixt ten In Illock two hundred nnd thirty
two, In the elty of Lincoln, original pint.
Olven under my hand this Nth day of I eb
runry, A. D. 1889. H. M. Mkliok,
Buy your coal of the Wbltebroost Coal and
Lime Co.. and It will always be well screm.ed.
full weight, best quality and at right price.
MfT in T i". i " i i
0ONNET3 THAT ARE POSITIVELY
FULL Or SOUL.
Homo Hpccl inrna of HnHitKriir Hrrn bj
Olltn llnrir nl it OI(iiiiittrii I'rrforni
niirn lliilnlliiraa of tlio Nmv Hiitrrna unit
IhnNnirl Oliiuliiiiiu l'nlil(in III (Irlirrnl.
Nnw YoitK, Feb. II. Tlioro tiro two
good plneoH to o If you want to hoo now
IkiiiiicIh. Ono in to frequent tlio uptown
tlii'iitiTH, where you will m.v i-crytliiiiK
new for tliu prcHcnt inoiuuut, i. .d tlio
otlirr Ih lit tlio Importcr'H, wlicre, with
much Bcoii'oy utiil unwrapping of tl.sHiio
paper, you mu rIiowii tlio oxipilftlto "ore
utioim" which will hci (liollgliton ICanter
Hunikiy. Apropos of that one lady In
wilil to liavo remarked to n friend that
liuslor would bo twenty dayH later thin
year than laHt, and tho other held up her
linnriH, uxeliiliiiltig, "Dear met Our bun
netH will bo out of wtylo then. What a
Tho other evening I went to hco Mth.
JniucH Hrown Potter play Cleopatra, niid
between tho acts I
did my duty eon
looking about for
new HtyleB. They
wero there, nnd no
inlstuko. IUgbt in
front int two of n
kind, iitMterH I fan
cy, twtlt dressed in
red hIUc , IkHIi young
and lioth wearing a paiii ok quui:n3
hats putting everything heretofore)
Been in tho hiuiiIo. Thoy wero red, nnd
ono was shirred, whllo tho other wna
trimmed with an encircling band of
fenthera. Tho dresscH wero pleated nil
over tho waists, and had pu!rcd hIoovcs,
and Iwth woro their hair nhort in loose
curls, which Ih ii Btylo niTccted by certain
of tho young society ladles of to-day.
All tho rest of tho bonnets in tho audi
enco wero Binall nnd close, with rather
broad and bow Bhnpcs, nnd really for the
llrst thno in two years it was possiblo to
bco tho stage lied and white, or black
with glittering trimmings, uro tho colon
most seen in evening bonnets, ns they
light up better. I remarked that it ii
quite tho Btylo for tho gentlemen to go
baldhended, though iv fow impertinent
youngsters did wear their hair. I would
liko to describo Mrs. Potter's Btngi'
dresses, but as they uro hardly likely to
become popular forordinary wear, I will
not do bo, only Raying that sho glittered
and bIioiio liko u tlrelly in them.
Mrs. Harrison, tho coining lady of tho
Whito House, was in Now York last
week making purchnses nnd having her
inensuro taken for her new gowns, nnd
among them her inaugural dress, but
secrecy us strong ns tho grave has fallen
around tho establishment whero they nro
ranking them, nnd so I can only say that
Mi's. Harrison has bought n pretty little
bonnet in black velvet, with whito vel-
FOUll OP A KINO,
vet Alsatian bowa nud n silver and gilt
ornament, also a littlo bonnet, smoko
color, with bright Bcarlet velvet berries
half hidden in tlio folds of tulle, nnd bo
sides thcso n whito velvet closo lionnet,
with a trimming of cream Spanish Inco
nnd a bunch of whito nnd purplo lilacs.
An evening bonnet from tho samo
hotiso for her daughter is of glndtola red
velvet trimmed with an open mesh of
cut jet, and a nnuncho of red feathers
and real Chautilly lace. Another for
this lady is of pink velvet with pale bluo
ostrich tips and pink tulle strings. A
purplo velvet capoto has tho crown al
most covered with sprays of lilac which
aro arranged to look as if just falling.
Thero nro lilac velvet strings to this
8UIT3 KOU VUItY YOUNO QIBLS.
For children and young misnes Iwnnct i
tud hats nro largo and flaring in the
brim, and mado of felt in light quality
or velvet. Tho straws for early spring
arc on tho way, and no ono can tell what
they will look liko yet. Tho largo round
hat, with featherj bordering, ia very bo
coming 0) tho littlo ones, nnd just bo-
causo tlmt stylo looks pretty on bright
little girls old women who ought to
know better go and get hats just liko
them, nnd thus mnko scare crows and
laughing stocks of themselves. It is ono
of the fundnmentul principlei of well
dressed ladles to set that everything is in
keeping, not only with the rest of tho
wnidrobe, but with the ugo of the
Tho necessity of lluillug something pe
cullaily adapted to very young girls hai
given lisn to u distinct style of dress,
which is ii happy blending of infantile
modes ami those dresses worn by the big
sisters, nnd nothing could lie more
churmlng. The fushlons now in vogue
f ( i little girls of limn 10 to 15 take
uuiiy much of the uw kwurduessof milli
ner always attributed to children neither
young nor old. nnd the girls nro fleer In
motion nml rnuHcqucnllv not so bashful
nml timid. It helps much towurils case
of mumicr to know that jour clothes arc
all light nml lit oii nml don't look ns
though they belong to your little sister
or big one. I well remember my own
HtilTeiiiigH in that lespectwlien I was
young, and 1 feel for girls in the sumo
Hut now the bright nnd pretty ging
hams, the dainty sateens, tint stiong nnd
durable piques, tho pretty colored llan
uels, the cushiueres, the Henriettas for
best, the veilings for paities. and tho
cheeked cheviots for bcIkmiI and tho
serge for mountain climbing in summer
vacations oiler unlimited clinnces for
pretty girlish suits. Two liandsomo nnd
Rtyllsh gingham suits for sisters arc
presented with tills. They nio of broken
plaids of gray, blue and pink, and
are made up neatly, and yet thoy
are both stylish and exactly suit
oil to tho ages of tho girls. Nothing
looks more ridiculous thnn to seo a fam
ily of three or four girls all in dresses
cut nnd inado exactly alike. It shows a
blanmblo lack of invention and consider
ation for tho children. Thcso aro uiadt
a 8i:i5 THA OO'.VN.
of tho ramo material, yet differ in form
and design, nnd act ns foils nnd please
tho eye. Thoy can bo mado up In nny
seasonable goods nnd bo pretty in nil.
Thero is a very pretty cotton crapo
which is to bo used with wash goods. It
conies In plain tints, is about n yard wido
nnd eobts about 20 cents per yard.
A new material which has sprung into
Instant popularity iscalled Midway cloth.
It is of silk woof nud wool warp and
has a sort of changeable Bilk effect, with
tho strength nnd solidity of wool. It in
of a check ns flno ns tho thread, and
drapes in full rich folds. It Is very sult
ablo for elderly ladies, while it can be
worn quite as appropriately by young
ones. It comes in nil tho new tints and
combines with almost any style of trim
ming. It runs forty inches wido nnd
costs seventy-llvo to eighty-five cents.
Kight yards will mnko an nmplo dress
without combination, and it really re
quires next to no trimming.
Thcso laco stripe ginghams, I was told
at a leading house, will bo largely used
to make up in the now indispensable, tea
gown and morning dresses. "Hio old
Btylo wrapper is no longer Been except
for invalids, or just for what tho French
call petit lone. It is almost wonderful
what beautiful effects these goods have
when properly handled, with n fow
judicious bits of ribbon and laco as n
llnish. An nrtlst's wifo is having eight
different styles of tea gowns and negli
gees now madeof these pretty ginghams,
and ho is designing them for her.
This exquisite gown is suitable for
young ladies, and even young matrons,
and any handy lady could make that
eaoJy. Tlio samo artibt's wife mentioned
above has braided n somewhat similar
costumo for herself in gold and whito in
four days. The model of this costumo
costs $i:J.) at a leading house ready mado.
It can be done in any other color, only
remembering that its chief beauty is its
delicacy and harmony in color.
Tlio DM .Senate DeaUs.
"What has become of tho desks -you
used to have in the old senate chamber?"
"They are in use now. Tho desks
used by Webster, Clay. Calhoun, Benton.
Douglas nnd nil the famous men of vears
ago tiro u.-.el by the present senators, but
1 am the only man living who knows
where those desks are. The relic hunt
ers used to chip pieces nud splinters olf
the desks used by the most famous men,
and the senate eurpentwr was kept busy
repairln.; them One day Judge John
Davis, who wiw comptroller of the treas
ury under Washington in 170.1, nnd after
ward president of the New 1'ngland His
torienl society, told me 1 hail better put
my piivnto marks on those desks and
'lose' them among the others. I followed
his advico and 1 have memoranda con
cerning those desks locked up in my iron
box. Not one of tho many senators who
have used the desks of Webster. Clay,
Calhoun, Benton nud Douglas ever knew
they were enjoying that honor. All I
can say is that Webster's and Douglas'
desks nro on the Ilcpubllcan side of the
chamber, and tho others on tho Demo
cratic Bide." Interview with Isaao Baa-octt.
We will always Protect
Whitebreast Coal & Lime Co.
109 S. Eleventh St.
LADIES FURNISHING AND ART STORE,
122 South 12th Street.
FINE FANCY GOODS
Stamping, Art Needle Work, Kid Glove. and "Materials
or Fancy Work, our specialty.
Foreman & Crow, Props.
122 South 1 2th Street. Opposite Opera House.
100 Engraved Calling Cards
And Copper Plate, for $2.50.
If you have a Plate, we will furnish 100 Cards from
same, at $1.50.
WESSEL PRINTING CO.
Courier Office. Telephone 253. New Burr Block.
LINCOLN'S NEW ART STUDIO A COMPLETE SUCCESS
ONLY GROUND FLOOR STUDIO IN THE CITY.
FINE ART WCHK.
226 South Eleventh Street.
THE iTARmPHAT. LEADS
LINCOLN OFFICE, 42 NORTH 11th ST.
W. A. DOGGETT,
The Only Authorized Agent in Lincoln.
1. W. TOWNSEND, Proprietor.
int., ,iiw.ifc. i-A-
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