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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1890
FOR THE FEET!
Life Made Easy
11 y iiuvixr. some;of the
Ever sold In Lincoln. To try them on I
to liny. These goods to lie fouml only nt
Webster & Roger's
io.j3 O Street.
Finn lliiKt Cnlilnrtn :l pur diunn. Hk'Iii1
Tntcs to student. Cull nud sco our work.
Studio, 1214 O Street. 4
Open from 10 a. in, to -I p. id. Hunduy.
J. S. EATON,
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice: 116 S. Eleventh St.
Telephone: Office 685, Residence 56'.
Practice Limited to Diseases of the
Neryous System, Heart and Blood
Hon. Win. I,oco. Attoruoy General.
Hnn.T. Ii. Norvnl, Assnohito Justice.
Jones' Niitlonnl think, Nownrd.
alliens' Niitlonnl Hank, Ulysses,
Ofkiok: liSSJO Street, LINCOLN', NFll.
NORTH AND SOUTH
1 1044 O STREET.
E. B. SLOSSON,
iwticnin in warld. rrrt
tlmiknpt r. WrtiMJ kttry,
Hot Idlt'tn4ffitf ftlitt.
uuw iiulh nvniior .
wun worst ad
rauaiTlluff. UHK rtXIONIq
lAfAtltV rn um .
iYft. torvlkar with kui !.
Mil ttlutbUlUiaof llnuttl.l
Miimitlra. ThM tttmnlt. vn
... m waicn, r irvf ah ib work you
r1iUlt tothowwhal t ttnjyou to IHom Hbortlt your
nindtau. uUKboriiAiKoiflMhHii sou thtlwTtrtulif
T. t . . V . t . ..... --"-.
w4ihuiu4rrrM. U My nil tirrt. frtl(ht(tl. Afirr
fan know all. If )u mmVI ilk to o ia w,.rk fur U(, trim rB
Mrnirom J!0 to Mill) rr wk ami uuwinli. AJIrtit,
'.'"","ii'ikii hpm ivryran nitfnonfftunta.
ninnvin ip m.iV JUT ntl UIWIMI. Ail Iff It.
MClntmit .V Co., Iltxrtli, l'orniul,Muhi.
asp i.ihtiu'te uf rn-MAiiir,
Bhwthanil.find Tyfenrrllluir. It llio U nml tam-at
LUkoii, (ho t. uil student lit aifend.iiwlt
V!?:, St J'liU ri'p.irl .of builneM In rroiu J toy
UmuiUuI illiutrulclliiKur,fiillnM J.iiirnnU, unj
"wlmem t 'umBnhli, nt t tto Cy adttr.Mluv
UU4WMIK1B HOOSK. Llucolu, Neb.
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( I syj f y yx
V. H. HIclitiTvWtwIOiimlmThui-wlny.
HiikIi Ilnllett I1 Imck from Ottuunvn, In.
II. It, Onklny linn rotiirnoil fnim Colonulo.
W. J. Mirr ImiKonoloKIInlM'tlitown.Itiil.
MIm Mny McMnhon lt In lu'tucki't, II. 1
Ml IMIIh Merrill l.-ft for Donvi-r Tliurn-iliiy.
Mlw Mnud llurr lin roturnpil from Colo
OoorKi' llurrown U vlltliilii Yiiuii(?town,
Mih. ('. W. I'tolmt will 11 Chlcn(o vMtor
A. Illoch lint ndurnoil from n ImkIiiom trip
to tlit int.
Tlioiuni I'lciNon linn luturueil from thu
.1. K. Korrln leturntMl Tuomlny from tho
lllnek II 111m.
LoiiIh Meyer Ihk roturiml from nn tnnteru
Mr. A tin lllttenlii'iiilor linn kdiii to Vnh
InRton, I). C.
Mm. W. 0. Hnrvuy left Thurwlny for l'ort
Elmer lli'iikleih'pnrtcil Momlny for Tort
(loorRu Korouunu returiictl Wwluwilny
E. E. HHtieir U Ku'ii(llii it two week' vn
cntluu nt Cruto.
Mm. Nulllo llurr Htnrtetl Thurmlny for
MIm Ulnrn I'nneoiiHt of CMilntfo, N vhltlnj;
Mm. E. A, Hoki'Ix.'
Mm. Dnlhy of IIIIihiIm.IhIii thoclty vUltliiR
hvrMiu, Dr. Dnlhy.
Mr. nml Mih. C. E. Yntiretiirnwl Monilny
from Miiultoii) Col.
L. V. HlllliiKKtey lint icturiiu.l from n
pleasant eusteri. trip.
J. II. Mnurltlin linn roturnisl from nu ox
teiuled ('lutein trip.
I'hmI lteiizliigvr irturnetl Suuilny from 11
llyliit; trip to Deliver,
MrH. Mnrthn D. Miller
etto, Intl., Wedno'ilny.
A. IIiiltrniiil Uev. 11,
tu'iti'dulilti I lock, Nub.
started for Lnfny
Dykes art hunting
MIk Cmw II .rrett left forBlilnoy tliU week
to reui iu her tenelihiK.
Dr II. Ii, I'nlueli thu iiomlneo ot the pro
hibition pm ty for governor.
Mlm ICnto Kelly of IlnatliiK", it tlio rumI
of Mr. nml Mm. Jnniut Kelly.
Mli HUin:iker of Montrose, Iown, Im tlio
Riiest of Minn Lnurn McOrew.
Jtmleu C. H. l'oxworthy vUltwl relntlvii.
In lluirnlo county this week.
Oenerul MniuiKT II. (I. Hint of tlio Elk
horn, ws in the city Wednesday.
Mr, mid Mm. A. H. Minor nml Mint Mnrlvl
(lero lutvu returned from Oolorndo.
MInvm Meiloni Htnith nml Clnrn Mnisluill
vUlteil 111 Weeping Wnter tills week.
Mm. 51. Corcoran of Outer City, H. D., Ii
tlio Kiientor Mr. nnd Mm. A. Hnlter.
Mi Mnry HeBnll U ontertnluliiK her f 1 lend,
MIm Molllo Mori in of Gnleburg, I ml.
Mr. nnd Jim. Wllllnm Denn left Wednei
dny for Vaiirouvrr, IlrltWi Columbia,
Mr. nnd Mm. W. II. ClreoiuOit nnd ton of
Superior, nre In the elty vIhIUiik friends.
MIm Hliille Hhuck of Urbnun, 111., visited
MIsseHMInnlo Mnnn nml Myrtle, this week.
Chnrle Gregory lini returnul from Cullo
wny, Neb., where ho tjieiit n inonth'H vncn-
Krunk Vnn Horn, Joseph Sulltvnn nnd Ed.
Walton nro Imck from n pleasure trip to tlio
Mr. nnd Mm. A, n.ColTroth enlei tallied n
number of frlendt nt high llvo Thurmlny
Mlis Mny North of Columbus, was enter
tallied by tlio Mlese Cowdery mivernl dny
Mm. I. A. Johnson of Spencer, Mil., is
visiting her daughter, Mm. John M.Cotton,
nt 27HI fear Avenue.
Mr. and Mm. E. Hnllett returned Wednes
dny from an extended trip to New York nnd
the New England states.
After September 10th Mr. nnd Mm. J. W.
Winger will bo nt homo in their handsome
i9W residence, 1213 J street.
Dr. O. P. Lambertsoii nnd Mark W. Woods
have returned from n successful hunting trip
in southern llritlsh America.
5Ilf Mnrthn Punke returned from ths nest
Tuesdny. She visited MIkh Tlieo Iaw nt
MeCook en route to Lincoln.
Mm. Alice Mlnlck nnd (lnughter.MUs Pearl,
have returned from llronnvllle, Neb., where
iney spent n coupio or months.
Col. C. C. race, wifo and daughter were nt
ltainstown this week attondlng tlio birthday
niinlveriiary of Mr. Pace's mother,
Victor Ahrntmmson of tlio conimlsstoner
of rublle lands nnd buildings' ollice, departed
Weduesdny for Denver nnd the west.
Mrs. Pnul it. Holm who returned from Hot
bprlngs, H. D., Thursday of last week, Is
visiting relatives in Iowa nnd Illinois.
Chief W, II, Newbury has been elected n
member of the executive committee of tlio
National Association of Kiio Engineers.
Tlio Sunday schools of the Holy Trinity nnd
St, Andrews Episcopal churches held mi en-
Joyntilo plcnlo nt Ciislimnn Park Thursday.
Mrs. John Fitzgerald and family, Mix
Morris Turner, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. George
Tlioi)o and others nttended the Hot Springs
ChnuUiuipin this week.
IUchard O'Neill, P. P. Kooso, W. II. Naw
bury, W. II. Howard, C. L. Eaton, Dr. J. 11.
Haggard and S. J. Dennis nro the oftlcers of
the new tt ibe of lied Men,
Arthur C. Munson returned Wednesday
from Oregon and Wellington. Ho ent
two months surveying In tho wilds of the
noithwest in the employ of Uncle Sam,
Charles W. Wallis of Madison, and Miss
Prances pdiuinuto of Du Hols, wero marrletl
Wednesday at tho residence of Dr. C. L.
Smith. They left for iliullson on the oven
The annual election of the Y. M. C. A. ro
hultedas follows! President, A. ii, Wler:
tlrst vice president, Charles West; second, A.
S. Itnymond; third, J. W. Winger; recording
secretary, Dr, B, P. Bailey; treasurer, S. II.
A delightfully Informal progrowlvo high
flveNirty was given by Mr. and Sim. Henry
Hubbard hut evening In honor of Miss Susie
Howe, who will leave for her homo In St.
Louis this morning. Tho Invited guests wero
Mr. and Mm. A. B.Coirioth, Mimes Gertrude
liws, Clara Walsh, Anna Punke, Mnud
Smith, Cnirlo Allan, Geiievlexe Well of Cin
cinnati, nml Amin llurr, Messrs. Mnlcom
MuKluuon, J. B. CunnltiKlinm, 0cnr Punke,
G. W. Gerwlg, Will Hnnly, Piank Zehiung,
W. Morton Hunt It nnd John Dorgnn.
Mr. William Leeso dopnrtisl Monday for
Wellington, Knnsns, Shewn accompanied
part of tlm way by her hiislmnil.tho attorney
Additional Social and Personal on page 8.
Ami Other l.nhe superior 1'iiliiU.
Thu traveling public may not Ih nwnre
Hint tho II. ,fc M. mnkes the run betweun Lin
coln nml K)lnts on Luke Superior several
bourn ipilcker than 11 ny other line, our rules
mo tho lowest ni.d tho services thu best.
Mnko Inquiry nt Union depot or city olllcu,
corner O nnd Tenth streets, before deciding
on your route. It's to your Interest to do m.
A. 0. Zleiner, C. V.&'V. A.
Helllnif Honk liy Siihscrlptloti.
Thu method of selling hook by subscription
hn many advantages over nny other, nnd I
dally growing In iuisirtnnce and K)jiul,nlty.
By this method thenttelitlonof the purcliaser
11 culled tonlitiililo books or which bo might
remain In entire Ignorance If they were sold
In nny other way. Itls the most direct mid
altogether tlio mist rctmomlcttl wny to buy
liook. Books purclui'i'd at 11 retail liook
store have generally passed thioiigh tlio
hands ot from (irn to our mlitdlcmrix, each
of whom tinisf have 11 pi oil t.
The UiwrxMf lWiUnhtnu Co., SI Louin,
Mo., oirem prolltablo employment to nil who
wish to engage In tho business. Experience
Is not nocessnry, but nny lady or gentleman
with Intelligence, nnd industry cnuninkon
success of tlio worth.
Their publication nro first clnss, Just such
book nsour young ieoplenud our older eo
ple should rend; book that tend to mnko In
telligent men and women; books that tench
people thing that thoy ought to know, such
hooks ns 11 splendid Family Utile, which Is in
lUelf 11 iH-rfect cyclopeilla of blbllenl knowU
edge. llttl)Htth' IIMoru of the United
State Is nnother splendid book; it mile of over
:iOO,(XM copies K-aks loudly In favor of It
great worth. The iVojifr's Cyclopedia of
I'nlreriutl Knowledge in nnother work that
has curved Its wny to a wonderful success;
100,000 copied of this splendid cyclopedia,
made nnd edited t specially for tho liinjses,
hnvebeen fold, nml tho nle Is still verj
They nlso handle tho lied Letter Life of
the Iteimlille Stanley Explorations in Afriei.
The Pioneer History of America; People's
Farm nnd Stock Cyelopedln; Tho Physical
Life of Botli Hexes. Courtship, Uivo nnd
Wedlock, nnd History or tho Ornnd Army of
imiut!rifiiiim hook, averaging nt iiiieen
hundred sets n month, is l!ilith'n Cticlnu.--
dia of Cntveriud HMory,n Inwk that Is
Iwuiid to bo read by tens of thousand of
scholars, and by these who lay no claim to
scholarship, nnd who )et love n clear,
straightforward, understandable record of
the great events of the world's history. Tho
impulitrlty of tills hook Is something wo tier
For fin therp'ii Menhirs, circulars, tonus to
agents, etc., nddress,
Tholtlvemlde Publishing Co., 7(rj Ollvo
street, St. Louis, Mo. tl-lO-'mi
The Lincoln Steam laundry having ic
cently changed hands nml undorgone many
inipioveuients Is now better thnn ever pre
pnied to execute work In the very best man
ner, promptly mid at popular prices. Mr.
A. W. Day the new pioprletor has adopted n
new mid Improved pieces for wnshlngiind
handling garments, by which no bleach'ng
or Injurious mnterluls nro used; the tlnest
fabrics such ns silks, Inces, flounces, tliinnels
or cotton goods nro Intindrled In tlmt closs
uinimer, without the least damage. One trial
will convince the most skeptical that the LI11
coin Steam Laundry does tho llnest work In
the city All goods called for and delivered.
Sept. 1 will find The Gotham established in
commodious tpinrters nt Eleventh nnd N
streets, the McArtlmr corner. Mr. Lyon
will add several new Hues to hi already
Inrgo nud varied stock and his patrons will
find in Ids now quarters 0110 ot tho best
equipped stationery, book nnd news stores
In tho city. A siwclalty will bo made of
me. Vouga's floral, animal fruit nnd life
studies nnd tho ladles will at nil time find a
full assortment of these design. All of the
fashion inngailnes, nud tho lending daily
paers and periodicals of the country In
cluding tiik CouniKU, aro regularly on sale.
Also current fiction, stationery, etc. Dont
fall to note tho new location and remember
Tho Gotham when you want anything in tho
Tho success of Mrs. Annie M. Beam of Me-
Keesport. Pennsylvania, in the treatment of
dinrrho'a In her children will undoubtedly be
of Interest to many mothers. Sho says: "I
spent several weeki hi Johnstown, Pa., nfter
the great flood on account of my husband lad
ing employed there. We hnd several children
with us, twoof whom took tho dlarrhu'a very
badly. I got some of Clmmbfrlain's colic.
cholera and dlarrhu'a remedy from ltev. Mr.
Chapman, It cured both of them. 1 know
of several other rns w hero It wns equally
successful. I think It cannot be excelled and
cheerfully recommend It " ffij nnd BO cent
bottles for Nile byA.L. Shniler.
II. P. Shorn In, 1134 O street, has n present
for every ono of his customers that cannot
fnil to 1h) appreciated. He will give to every
customer a line crayon picture nrndo from
any photo that Is desired nnd It will not cost
you a cent. Call In nt hi drug and shoo
store nnd seo how It is done 1121 O street.
Cninrnitest Are Vuu Aunrn
that the G. A. It. of Nebraska hold their re
union at Grand Island Sept 1st to Oth, and
for this occasion tho Union Pacific railroad
has made n rate of one fare for the round
trip from Nebraskn palntsl Tickets will Imj
on sale from Aug. illst to Sept. flth, good to
return to nud lucluslveSept 7th,
For further Information apply to the un-
Doctor Ilnllov & Ooodell, olllco 1017 L
street. Telephone, 1117.
Notice of Sale Under Chnttle .Mortgage
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
chnttle morlgngo dated on tho M day of Au
gust, isAS. und duly tiled nud recorded In tho
ollice of tho county clerk of buncaster county.
cbmka,on Uintah ilnyof Auuiist, ls,nnd
executed by Plntt llnyles to Wllllnm Peering
A Co. to secure tho payment or tho sum or
I.17.&J nnd upoi) which there Is now duo tho
sumor.l7.Wnnd8 per cent, from August l,
Inns. Delnult having been mndo In tho pay
ment of said sum, and no suit or other io
ceeiMngat law having been Instituted to re
cover hiild debt or any purl thereof, therefore
I will sell the property therein described vlxt
one six-root Ueerliigdhint mower, at ptiblle
miction n tho warn house of Wuillugford &
Siinnin. corner or Klghth nnd N streets, In tho
lily of Lincoln, In bannister County, on the
'."Jth day of August, ISO, nt 'J o'clock p. in., or
DKhHI.NO A Co.
August 7th. IMM.
helleck A Lane, Attorneys,
In ptnyrnl 111001I hn placed his black straw hfct
On top of Madgo's curly, bronm brown hnlr.
And thought In nil his llfo he'd uexer wvn
A 'nnlilrn Imlf so rnvlslilngly fair
Her blue eyes spnrkllnif In a rouiUsh way,
liar dimpled cheeks just reil enough to show
Tlio cherry rl-nes of her luscious Up
Just retched him. nnd of counwt hu wasn't slow
To selso the opisirtunlty. Ilkun Iso
The half resisting Madge, and plant n kiss
Or two, or more. Just whero they'd do most good.
Ills nlm mo trim-lie never mmlo n miss
Ho thniuht slio might bo nngry, hut his fears
All vanished as ho reached the hall door mat.
Bho said, "SmI time you comn Im suru to wear
Tlint trltfky-menn-otd-loviJv lilnck straw
Now York Herald
Iter IMIiniitr of l)iinni(.
"II11I 1111 iiccldent here this inornlngf"
querlisl thu hreuthlesi reporter n n ma
tronly lady appeared at thu door In re
sponse to his violent ringing.
"Yes, hu did. You see, the next house
come right up to ours, and tho nmn paint
ing It iiskcd tncoini! through oiirhoiisonnd
crawl out tho scuttle onto Its roof. Well,
I let him. When ho crossed thu gnrrot ho
fell through tho lloor"
"Hurt him inuehr"
"Yes, I guess so. Hut he didn't stop
with the garret; ho fell through tho next
lloor, tore n holo through tho enrpet,
knocked the plnsterliiK oil tho celling nnd,
oh, ho Just made nn awful iniissl" Texas
Teacher Johnny, In tho sentence, "the
audience cheered tho tennis players loud
ly," you may point out tho nbsurdlty.
Johnny - There Isn't any nbsurdlty,
"Am you surer Whnt Is tho inclining of
the word 'iitidlcncor ' "
"An Mscmlily of hearers."
"Exactly. And do persons hour 11 gnmo
"Yes'm. Thoy hear tho racket." Chi
Visitor Your sister Is studvlng music,
I understand f
Little Girl Oh, no, ina'iiin; sho doesn't
"N'o'in. Sho only practices scales nn'
things." New York Week I v.
.Mrs. Hauteur And did you thnnk most
profusely thu young gentleman who wived
you from drowning when you fell over
Miss Hauteur No, Indeed, ninmmul
Why, wo had not been Introduced, you
know! Ijiwrenco American.
In Her Own Coin.
"Mny I have the pleasure, Miss GrayP'
bo 11 pleasured" she replied
"It depends upon whether you say 'yes'
or 'no,' " ho said, mid let her think it out.
Now York Sun.
It r.Jolie- 11 IHnVrrnce.
Clara How do you llko my friend?
Funny He Is n horrid creature! Is
"No, hu is not married."
"How happy Is tlio lot of tho woman
who did not get him for n hiisbandl"
fcxiw Sift lugs.
In tlio Surf.
Mr. Hohllmy (smiling kllllngly) The
waves nro using you rudely. Will you per
mit mo to assist you to tho shore?
Miss Waterly Never mind, thank you.
Tho waves may bo rude, but they're not
"Well, young man," said tho Irnto par
ent, "If you persist in your present course
you will sup sorrow with n spoon."
"I don't know whether thnt can bo worse
thnn eating Ice cream with n fork," re
turned tho profligate, "and I've tried
Cuinso I seo thnt tho secretary of war Is
to pay $10,000 for tho sword of tho lato Gen.
Mrs. Cuinso Why, I didn't know that
second hand swords wero worth nnything
liko thnt much money. Yenowlno's Nows.
He U-t us go nnd sit In tho park for
She (naively) Mow bright tho electric
Ho (reassuringly) Hut thoy dicker and
go out occasionally. Munsoy's Weekly.
A Tlilp of tlu Oh) lllnek.
"I see Charlie Is wearing u sash now
(lays, t never thought he'd come to
such a dude."
"Most iiuturnt thing in the world, my
boy. His father, you know, is In tho sash
and blind business." 'Boston Times.
A Proper l'hnisc.
Jack When tlio two-headed girl goes to
tho lieach foriiHwim, what popular phrase
would you use when describing her taking
Jim I would Hiiyshu wnstakinguiloiible
header. Boston Courier.
Tlio i:tenml fitness of Things.
First llcsiilont I hear wo are to luwe
four arc lights In town. Where ilojou
suppose thoy will bu put?
Second Itcsldcnt Why, opposite the
houses of the oldest inhabitants, of course)
.Shu Wanted to Ho Coaxed.
lie Oil, do say that you will marry niel
Why don't jou answer?
She (hesitating) Er- -I . er
Jlo Why, anyone would think
nsl.cd you to slug! Llfo.
L'uiilli'iiied und Cxpliiluvd.
"Why did jou say slio ,vns i designing
"So sho is, Shu belongs tothodecorntiw
urt society." New York World.
."Tho nights up nt thouoith pole nro six
'"Bout tho siiiiiu us tho day in Phllndel
.-r -i.titm- tPi.
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Mr-' vj-t;. gmms r
Envelopes to Match.
Wessel Print. Co.
A. M. DAVIS & SON,
Fall and Winter
Carpets and Draperies,
1112 0 St Telephone 219'.
H. W. BROWN
The Choicest line of Perfumes. DLM. Ferry's Finest
Fiowcr and Garden Seeds.
127 South Eleventh street.
lie "Pa5tfy X
5" 7 h Iff
I7ill be ui)4r te personal euperufsioo of HORKCB L.. LELKN
c--ssrs ai,d u,in b ope for t rcptlo) of guests Juijp first In cacti
year. Visitors will fW THE ORLEHNS is first class l9 all of its appointments. belM well
Bupplld with (jaj. hot and cold water baths, clctfria bells and all modern Improuments, steam
laundry, billiard halls, bouilloo, alley, cto.. and positiuly free fron aijnoyao by mosqultos.
Round Trip Excursion Tickets will b placed on sal? at th commencement of tb
tourist season by th Burlln?ton, ?edar rjaplds &. flortnern rjallway and all conWtlno lines, at low
rates, to the following points in Iowa and Minnesota Spirit i?c, Iowa; filbert lea. Uaterullle
Tllnncapolls. St. paul, a iTinnetonKa. Unitc Bar bJe and Dulutb, n'nnesoM, Slear ic. louaj
l.aKc Superior points; Yellowstoijc parl points a9d points in Colorado.
m fr "A Midsummer ParadTse." to the general TicKet and
paSS-Wr f ent. ?cdar rjaplds. Iowa, ap jpji (jatcs to H. U. LcuAND.Splrlt aKe)lowa
C. J. IUES, prsji. .,J w ssft J. E. HnNNECRN. Wl Vm 'l f PJ.yt.
Line of Fine
1136 N STREET.
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