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White Mountain M
iFrank E. Lahr,
936" I Street,
North Side Postoiliee Square
l Vmnnr fiivrn Mwfrin Timr.
Htinsniu-rioNl (Jim Ycnr by Mnll or Carried
liOOj HU Miinllii, II (H)TIiho Molitli!i,fiOj
Ono month l!0 Out tnrnr-ably In Advance
AmtnTlsKMicirrsl llile furnished on pillciilliii
nt the ofllcp. Hpeclal rate on Time Contracts,
OoirrnnurriOHSt Short spicy sketches,, lsx'in and
stories solicited. IVnotml (tml Social note Are
Pniimni iiinkpnperlnltyof Plnfl frlntlnjr
In nil ItM ltrttnolifo. Society work nieclnlty.
Address nil ctMiitiiiitucfttlnii direct to (lie onioe.
WltHHia FUINTINQ CO.
Courier HulldliiK, H!U N HI net.
I. Wkhhki., J11., IMItorniiilSolo Pinpiletor.
FllKI) IlKKMNUKIl. Assoollltii IMItor.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Tint I has iniT used the
Tiik exact olllclal population of .aucater
county U glron at 7fl,8W, Tln gain outsldo
tlm city In tun year linn been from 1 1,100 to
Yost Writing Machine
Oh os It tlio distinction or being tlio Peer
WUSSKI. PRINTING CO,, AKt.
1134-3') N HI. Courier llulldlug.
A Fine Crayon
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Tiik corrected census returns glui Lincoln
fkyiOO population, divided among tho wards
iih follow! I'list, U.ftdrti second, 8,017; third,
11,011; fourth, 11,71. Ilftli, ll,!m.l;slxth, !I,U!;
Tut: census glies I,aticnstcr county 7r,b(H)
liiile, mill wu ui o likely to havo llvo coin
inltloner Instead of three. Tlint imiiistwo
nioio olllce for tlio xlltli'lain to light for
niul two moro Hiilurlcs for tlm peoplu to pay.
Idaho win mmlu it Mate July !M, which
put foi ty-throo stunt on tint American ling.
Wyoming ha nlso Ihwii ndmltted to thu slv
teihood ofMnti uliico July -I, tint under ii
new law her star will not U put on tlm ling
until tlio next Fourth.
Avitmlltliu political tnlk uud tlm limklug
of now Mutt nothing hu been nnlil against
Statu Tieustiror Hill, utul It Is conceded ho
will do renominated by tho Republican
without opposition. It will Ih deserxed
trllmto to u clean, couiKtont olllclnl,
1124 0 ST.
Every customer gets a head
and shoulder Crayon Picture
Free from any and all cost.
This work is made direct from
any photo you may want
copied. Call and look into
TiikIkxiuI of public work litis been In
strticted to aihcrtlso for bids for extending
tho water works uiiilii to tho statu fair
ground. Tim city of Lincoln U fullllllng
without dclny every prouilNO ho made to e
euro tho Htnto fnlr, utul anions ""' thing not
promised will to nil electric street enr Hue.
Aktkii nearly eight mouths of contention
tho illgnliltd Judges of tlm supremo court
have selected a successor to tho Into Guy
Hrown as reporter. David A. Campbell of
Plattsmoiith Is tho lucky man lucky liccuuso
thoolllco is worth' seven or eight thousand
dollars n year, not to mention tlm honors.
The court passed an opinion complimenting
Walter A. Ltese, thu touiorary clerk, and
ordered It spread on tho records. During tho
existence cf tho supremo court over 4,!K0
ciues have been tiled, and ouo tenth of theso
huvo liccn tiled during Mr. Itso's term.
LATE WITH STERN BROS., NEW YORK
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Very Lowst Prices.
In Hie Hlnronflle.Munn A Delelus,
1518-20 ramam Street
I f VV"" r fj:
V iD ijhtitvte or ruMixtmr,
Bbortbund, nml Tyfewrlllni;, U the brtt on,t laivnt
Cullrelii tlio West. UU Studenti In atlrnUnct lut
jrnr. Siulrnn prerxrvd tor butlnM In from JluS
Sontlu, hxiHirUmCKl taculty, 1'rnonal liiilrucikin,
MUUful llhutrifJcUUtfii, oollevru Journal, uui
tne(men o( amsahls ut fri hj aJilrfMlntr
UIXIBRIDOB ROOSE. Uncolu, Nob.
Tiiubattleof tholmlloU will rage tleroely
at the Republican primaries today. Benator
Haymond having withdrawn, 11, K. Mooro
has n clear fle'd for tho senatorial nomination.
A. J. Cornish will bavo tho Hint ward for
member of tho house and J. J. Glllilan tho
tlf th. Hud I.lndsey uud D. H. Littleflold havo
agreed on a sort of blind pool for tho third,
In which one of them will set left. In the
fourth n great light is raging. Charles Hall
I pitted against It. H. Oakley. Hall has
tied up w ith J. 11. Htrodo uud W. 8. Hamil
ton, who nro willing to divide the delegation
for county attorney, and Oakley has linked
his fate with tho iisplrAtions of D. G. Court
nay for attorney.
No matter what one's opinions are, true
things were said on both sides of tho prohibi
tion debute at Beatrice. John L, Webster
made this clever (hot at Hev. Bam Small:
"Now, I am talking, as I hope, to the cltl
tens of tho state of Nebraska, and I want
just a minute to call your attention to one
thought, because I do not want the people
who llvo In this state to dlsgraco themselves
or the" state thoy live ln;I want tocallyour at
tuition to one thing that I listened to on
Saturday, and I listened to it this morning:
Tl.at when any man outside of this state
comes beforo you and abuses your state, or
your metropolitan city, you thnre in it, and
tho greAter the abuso,the greater the slander,
the louder you gtvo the upplause, Paint
demonstration. If you people llvo In this
state, and love this state as I do, I would like
to have you, when your state Is slandered,
or jour cities are slandered, iintead of ap
plauding that slander, not to hiis it, beg your
pardon, but to sit mutely by and listen In
simple quletudo. Loud applaute.
Tiik future biographer of President Har
rison has been provided with u telling inci
dent. For four days, whllo at Cape May,the
only otUcIal business allowed to obtrude itself
on his quiet wa the application of an old
lady for, the dlMulsial of her son from tho
army, The boy enlisted some mouths ago
and was tent to join a cavalry regiment in
tho far west, Hi mother spent hr Inst dol
lar to buy a ticket to Cape May, to apieal to
the president for his release, lie listened to
her story with Interest and promised to have
the matter looked Into at the war department
when he returned lo Washington. Then
llndlqg that she had no jnoney, he gave her a
five-dollar bill to pay her nay home. The
case aroused the president's sympathies and
he had a talk with the secretary of wnr about
it. The young man's record will be looked up
and if found to be of good character and In
dustrious disposition ho will be dismissed. It
it shall appear that he it a worthiest fellow
and as useful to hi mother In tho army as
out of it he wlll.bo kept where ho H.
PEN, PAPER AND INK.
The July number of Dmkr' Mitfmlnf Is
slgnnllred by a deiuntid in Kuglnud for this
l-opiilur 10 cent monthly, and beginning with
(his month Americans will find It for sale
throughout (treat llrltnln, Tlio frontlspltco
Ii a (Ino lniidcnM by J Francis Mm phy T
(J. Harbaugh contrlbutm a very timely and
Intel I'itlngartlcln on "Ivory Laud," Itcliign
sketch of African nxlstvniv. Tlm artlclo is
lllustrntsil. "Tho Spirit Genr" I n wlerd
New York story by Htnn'ey McrCenna.
Win, J, Ullmorowlll nexttu'iitonlwar much
moro than tlm nvcrngu propcrtlon of tho
burden of tho Interstate Commerro law, n
ho will phu-e upon the road tlio following at-
tractions: urn William .1. uiimoro 0M,-ra
company, presenting "Tho Hen King," carry
ing seventy-live peoplo and two car-load of
tctnery; tlm "Devil' Auction," sixty lieoplo
iiml two cars; tho "Twelvo Temptations,'
fifty-lira peoplo mid two cars, and n jinnto
inliulc burlesque company, ooniKed entirely
of Kuropoun talent, consisting of forty iieo.
plo, who will tinrel in their own Pullman
leeer, their paraphernalia icqulrlng.for It
transportation ono of thu largest scenery tars
Tlio Heat nf Silininer Tliun,
Tlm season of tlm ) enr has como when mor
tal look fur tlio ccolest nnd thinnest in tho
laud for comfort, niul just nt this paitlcnlnr
tlmu there Is no place that attiaits tho atten
tion of ladle more than thd popular Ladles'
Furiilslilug Htoin of Foremiiu & Clowe. Ileru
our fair leaders will llnd all thoy may ileliu
III llRht, C(K)lalldcoiiifortablonpniel. Their
lino of summer uudrrwiaraud hosiery is very
lino and complete, and embraci an assort
ment of tlien good such n would bo a credit
to a Chicago house, ladles ni o reipiestcl to
mil mid see these good. Htyles are correct
and prlct nro light.
WiliKter's IfuntirldKeil, Ancient Killtloii,
A so-cnlled "Wobster's Unabridged Dlo-
tlcnary" Is being offered to tho Vubllo " '
ery low price. Tho bodv of the biHik. from
A to ',, Is a cheap reprint, mso for page, of
tlm edition of 1847, which win in Itiilny.n
alunblo book, but in tho pi-ogres of lang
ungo for over foi ty jwim, Im been complete
ly superceded, It Is now reproduced, broken
tjpo, enoi-s mid nil, by photo-llthoginph
prmt'ss, U piliittd on cheap paper mid Him
slly bound A bilef coinpailson, page by
page, iKitween the repiint'ind the Inteit and
enlarged edition, will show tlm great siqier
loilty of tlm latter Theso reprints arc ns
out of ditto as a but j ear's alumnae. No
honoinblo denier will allow tho hujcr of such
to siip use that ho Is getting tho Webster
which today is accepted as tho Standard mid
tho best, oveiy copy of which butiHour ilii
pi iut it given below.
tirlr jiersons who havo been Induced to
purchase tlm "Anelent Edition' by any mls
I eprosentatlons will advise u of tlio facts, wo
will undertake to see Hint tho seller I pun
Ishod as he deserves,
G. it U. Men lam Co.,
Spi ioglleld, Mnss.
I'liilsu I'ruiiiNIr llultrrt.
A moro ngreenblo journey through diversi
fied and attracth o scenery than Hint w hlch
can Imj miido by ono of the two dull) retl
billed fast trains of tho Ualtlmoro tc Ohio
inllronillietweeu Chicago mid Washington,
llaltlmore, Philadelphia mid New York
would ho hard to llnd. '11m Ilalilnioru &
Ohio railroad of today is a rnstly ditrerjut
institution from that which It was u few
yenr ago. The antiquated locomotives and
car which then constituted Its equipment
havo given placo to lolling sunk of the latest
and best patterns and tlm through trains,
vestibuled fiom engine to rear sleeper and
Including dining cms and Pullman cars of
tho most modern uud luxurious character,
conqturo favorably with tlioso of any in the
world. Tho sleeping car especially built for
these trains a few months ago have some nd
mlrablo Improvements. The elegant sim
plicity of tlio interior decoration's! -in mark
ed contrast to tho louder ornamentation
which not long ago wns considered tho height
of art in such places. Tho wood Is of mahog
any with little carved or raised woik, but
brought down to tho highest lliihh. carefully
selected for fluoginln nnd texture uud show
ing h'ghly artistic otblnet work which tho
eye does not tiro of admiring. Tim improve
ment in the locomotlvo equipment is equally
remarkable. In order to climb l ho Alleghii
ies, from whoso heights thu iasscnger enjoys
views of sublimity and tieauty which ho never
foi gets, he try grades and numerous curves
were iif cessary in constructing the road nnd
until recently It required tho help of extrn
engines to get a train to tho summit Now
when the foot of tlm mountain is reached,
instead of two or more engines being called
Into service there I attached to the train a
biiigloeiigino weighing sixty-seven tons.hiivlng
six coupled drivers and cyllndensSIx'-.'tiincheii
In size, and this jHiwerful machine takes the
heavy train up the long sti etches of grades,
reaching as high a US feet to the tulle, at u
lively pace. The daylight ride over tho
mountains, especially lti the time of verdure,
shows a wonderfully attractive panorama in
which grandeur and beauty nro constantly
mingled, nnd Indeed tho entire, journey be
tween Washington and Chicago proves tho
propriety of calling this road "Picturesque
U. fc 0-lnllwtv Age
TlioClilruirii&Atluiitto Hull way's 1,1 nil led
Travel on the ChlcagoA: Atlantic has great
ly Increased of late and the meiiUof this great
lino htuebcen so well appreciated by through
travel between Chicago and tho east that It
lias lieen found necessary to restrict passen
gers of second class travel from using the
Limited Vestibule train and hereafter nono
but llrst class tickets will bo good on thut
train. Seo the conqjany's new advertisement
on )uge six of this issue.
Teeth Treated and Filled,
Dr. It. C. Trogden, DentUt, 22$ South tlth
streot, oyer Elite Studio. Telephone 433. Aj
KiutmenU made by telephone.
Desk for Sule.
We have a Hat cloth top olllce desk with
couiartments for Ixxiks nt the i ight and four
ill aw ers on tho left. It U a double dwk and
will be sold to the llrst applicant for t22.0O,
original cost 3S,00. Call at CouuiKli olllce.
t II. 1. KiiKliuTTor Sale.
In good condition. Only used a short tluie.
For Nile cheap. Apply at CouuiKli olllce.
K)e, Kur, Nosu uud Throat Hpeelallst,
Dr. Charles 11 Spahr, No. 1215 O it. Con
imitations In English uud German,
A. L. Hhader the druggist, wishes to re
mind his patrons that it is n dar.gerous policy
to wait until taken sick before buying a hot
tie of Chamberlain's collo, choleia and dial
rbiea remedy. Every family should bo pro
vided with some reliable remedy for Iwwel
omplalnts, ready for immediate use, when
ever required, during summer month, and
tlilt remeily is unquestionably far superior to
any other. Itcnnnlwajs bodeiiendeil uiMn,
uud Is pleasant su I xte to take. It Is put up
in 21 and SO cent bottles.
Try a dinner at Cameron's Lunch and 8ho it
Order house. Served dally from 1 1:1)0 a.jn.
112. p. m. Everything lino and Juicy and
cooked in a home-like manner.
"The Sea King" Is well on In It summer
season In Now York The author of this
opoi n I Hlcliard Htnhl, conqtoser of "Bald
Pasha," who supervised tho (list ptodiictlon
of tho latter In Lincoln last year. Among
tho performoi who havo tumlo a hit Is Miss
l'iia Mervlllo, who has Jut, gone Into opera
J M Mnrkell .t Hon Jeweler 1241 0 street.
WILL REMOVE TO
1 I Sti O STTEIiT
WIRICK & HOPPER,
Trunk : Factory,
208 S. 11th St,
pe-VyfeilJM jf iu
'ZrKKBr-iE "S? JstBt3llssll
A TUMBLE IN FURNITURE.
Tlic fat man was heard to declare '
That lie knew w here to purchase a chair, I
He took n scat In It
And in less than n minute 4
It collapsed, and no longer was there.
A catastrophe which would have been avoided If he had gone to
A. T. Gruetter & Co.'s Furniture House,
111H N WIIIXT.
Tho great iiiko of the west. Ono day only,
Sunday, July 13,
Tho Fume us Trio,
Williams Brothers and Hubbard
Just as you
The best vocalists jou oxor
Talk, 110 prohlh, noiiutl-ptohlh,
Hiinday trains nt lOilWn.in ,B,.;:Co and ft::)
p. 111. tteturn lit 4 p. m.. i) p. m. mi 8 p ,
Griuid Conceit I p. in. ami Music all ilu.
Hound Trip tickets with luliulsilou lo nil, itfc.
A : Favorite : Ladies' : Carriage
See Them on Our Streets.
Till is our Famous
We have n new line of these ns well
as other Fine Phaetons nnd a full, line
W rid Renowned
in all styles Including the Latest Nov
elties. Fully Guaranteed
As represented or mone cheerfully
refunded. We will keep all Henney
woik In repair for one year free o'f
charge If caused by any defect.
Lewis Hardware and Implement Co.
SOLE AGENTS, 235 to 245 North Tenth Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
HARDY & PITCHER
Andrews' Gem Folding Bed!
H B iil r 71----1
Bed now in the Market. Can be Cleaned and Ventilated Without Takin
Apart or Moving. Call and inspect the woiking of this new Bed.
S. ELEVENTH ST., LINCOLN, N6B,
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