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'PoPilUXR milf R 'oPAopERN 'TIMES "
Vol. G N"o 4G
HOMK of us tiro sometimes
inclined to bemoan our
fnte In Mug lucnt(l 'wny
out here In Nebraska- In
the middle of tlio country
fur from tlio inudditig
1 rirowd. Wo occasionally
ruml eastern newspapers
nml wo know tlio kukiIoi'
advantages of tlio cant.
Oneo In n while 11 season
of unrest comes over us
and our thoiiKlit" revert
long I ugly to our old
homos ncross the country.
Of course, wo nro not dls.
satisfied with our present lot. WellkoLIu
coin mid Nebruskn nml wouldn't go buck for
worlds; but wo can't help these periodical at
tacks of hoiheslckucHS.
I had one of tin-so nttneks tho other day.
Hut I found a euro and henceforth I am suro
tlmt that uneasy feeling, something liko the
sensations ex;erleiiced by the Judge Iii Mnuil
Muller, will never ngnln return. It
easy to glvo up one's native land; nor Ih It
easy to dismiss all thought of one's old home.
Ktlll both are pottftlble.
There nro jicoplo who put no faith In
prophets people who lello only what they
M'o. I am not one of.thee. What's the ren
son in this occult age, when men are hypnot
ized mid mesmerized at will, when their
thoughts are divined, and their fate fo'ctold,
that future history cannot be rend In the
signs of the times! Tho time and place of
storms aro predicted with accuracy. Why
not Hoods and earthquakes! When I read the
prophecy of Prof. J. H. Iluchaunii, M. I),, a
man verged hi science, I accepted it in Im
plicit faith and found my cuie. The east Is
doomed; the west, our portion anyway, Is
An awful cataclysm is coming. Kuropo
and America 111 o destined to partial destruc
tion. Periodicity, the professor maintains,
Is a law of iiatuie, and mo aro now approach
ing our revolutionary period, l'rom 11110 to
lit 10 Americn will lie devastated by a most
frightful war, a labor and capital war and
black and whito war, in which the Church
will be shattered and thtfmnrringo relation
approximated to freedom. The Atlnntio
const of tho United Stnies will bo davnstated
by a great tldnl wnve, all the cities that are
not more than fifty feet above tho sea level
are doomed to destruction, and the grandest
hoi ror will culminate ut New York mid Jer
sey City, All tho cities: of tho const will per
ish in twenty -three or twenty-four years.
Tlio Mississippi will become the scourge of
Americn, Tlio deforestation of the conti
nents leads to devastating Hoods and barren
ness extending dvor vast regions. In tho
midst of all these horrors of war mid Hood
theio will occur a geological convulsion le
fore which all tho earthquakes of tho pa-si
will seem the merest trifles. After six years
the war and horror will culminate aftor tor
ritilo loss of humnii life and immense destruc
tion of great cities In tlio establishment of the
natlonizatiou of everything on Kdwurd Hel
lainy's principles, when tho cycle of woman
will beat lmnd.
We nro sufllclently remoto from the great
centres, of opulntloii to lie comparatively
free from danger In the rnce wars which are
approaching, and our locality seems to lo ex
empt from nearly all tho horrors mentioned
by Prof Hiichminu. Hut how theenst will
suffer! Are wo not fortunnto in having mi
grated from the const, the cities not over
fifty feet above the level of the sen and sur
rounding country, and the Mississippi river
regions! To be sure the Missouri valley may
come In for n share of the iniondliig misfor
tune, but we'd rather take our chances here.
I am glml I left tho east mid have uodeslie
I read the other day a beautiful description
of the coming girl, Among other thing it is
said that the coming girl will cook her own
food and earn her own living, Hlie will not
die mi old maid, wear tho Grecian bend
(whatever that is), douce tho (leruiau, or en
deavor to break the hearts of unsophisticated
young men. Who will spell correctly, under
stand Kngllsh before sho affects French, will
spin 11101 oyurn for tho house than for the
street, will walk live miles a day mid mind
her health and her mother, will not torture
her body, shrivel her soul with puerilites or
ruin it with wlue and pleasure. Duty will
be her aim and her life will bo real.
This is truly a pretty picture. Hut how tho
coming young man will suffer In order to
keep up with the coining girl. Poor fellow;
I am afraid he will haven hard time of it. For
instance, he will neither smoke, drink, chew,
norswcni',nnd if he survives thofe self denials
he will seiiil less money 011 neckties and
shoes' and more on text liooks nud hymiia s.
He will cut his tailor, buy hand-me-downs,
and contribute liberally to Elder Howe's
charities if he ever tenches this city,
He will shun baseball, eschew the the
atre and avoid cards, turning to tho Liu
coin street cars and the Chautauqua circles
for amusement, He will always tell the
truth, stop whistling Annie Itoouey and read
the Itlbleas he does his newspaper. He will
never flirt, (alas, lie couldn't uny way, for the
coming .girl wouldn't have it) and lie will
only make love to one girl at a time. Thu
coining young man will lesjiect hi father,
treat his "uncle" with cold disdain, and love
his sister. Ho will study Herbert Hiicor,
converse in eighteen different languages and
understand linmiiliig. He will earn a good
s Inry and save It all. Hu will take oir his
hat to hla mother and quit calling tlio serv
ant girl "dear." Last y .tar's hat will he
wear two years more, and his fall overcoat
will he make do duty In the spring. He will
never gamble; neither will he frequent the
club, but will attend prayer meeting regu-
lurly mid put a half-dollar In tho contribu
tion box Holiday. In short he will hug tho
coming gill (figuratively speaking) and keep
nt her side In everything. We won't seethe
coming girl nml tho coining young man, In
our time, however
Rev. Wlllard Hcott, one of Omuhu's bright
est ministers, has hcoii discussing the modern
nuwspniicr In pointing nut tlio defects In
the newspnper of today ho alluded to the first
journal puhllshivl In Americn. . It was Issued
In Iloston 111 KMK). "This pnier," continued
Mr. Hcott, "published n faithful record of the
doings of that day mid time. In Its Introduc
tory It outlined its course, one that was to
educate the eople to a higher standard of
thinking mid put to slinmo thu falsifier. It
was strictly n moral paper, but if only Hint
(i inotifi." That Inst phrnse Is significant.
Tho coplo In tho seventeenth century did
not apprecluto a strictly moral iiewspniM'i'aiiy
more than tho degenerate coplcof tho pios
ent nge do. Until jtooplu want tho truth and
truth nlonu theio will bo no strictly moral
newspaH'm. Ah long ns sensation, coloring
and exaggeration ate demanded the nowspit
er will continue to bo what It is. l'erhaH
there is a time coming when It will pay to
run a moral newsiaer. It hasn't yet ar
Tho Omaha mpors occasionally overreach
themselves In trying to appear progressive
and enterprising. For Instance, tlio con
tained nn eloquent obituary of Justice Jllllor
of tlio United Hlntcs supremo court, Monday
morning, wliereiiB tho Justice did not die un
til 8 o'clock Monday evening. Messrs Hose
water and Hitchcock will learn after a while
that anticipation is dangerous.
There' 11 peculiar ottractlon lnlloiols
helmer's corner window In the Kxpositlon.
Haven't you noticed It! The Indies like to
pass that corner and they never fall to glance
into the window. Nearly alw ays they come
to a full stop. If they don't stop they slacken
their pace mid glance lovingly longingly
in. Yes, that display of dress goods attracts
Hut is it tho dress goods! Hardly. A
woman will nlwnys scent a lovo alfalr, and
she will always find a mirror. Ifther Ih a
looking-glnss around, bo it ever so cleverly
hidden, she will find It. Now, Mr. Heipols
heliner or Mr. Itnhoir, whoever Is resK)iilhle
ior 1110 arrangement or the windows, had a
longhead. In placing mlrrows In the show
windows he knew that ho was offering the
most seductive bait. Hltel Well, you Bhoutd
see them. From my desk in Tiik CouilIKH
olllco I command mi excellent view of the
popular corner, mid I frequently put In hair
a day at a time watching the peoplo pasy.
Knch Judy seems to Imagine that sho alone
possessor the secret mid sho is careful not to
Ik) caught. They nro very shy. A girl from
tho university comes along tho north side of
tho street. Hhe reaches Twelfth mid glances
hastily up and down to see that no one Is
watching her. Then sho crosses over to tho
south side, goes slowly up to tlio big window
mid stops. She smiles and observes the ef
fect. Perhaps her hair is comliii; loose. 8ho
gives It a deft touch or two, glances at tho
mirror, mid silently blesses the Kxpositlon,
Bho moves along slowly, still with her eyes
ill thu window, giving her dress 11 shako or
her hat 11 dab ns she pusses. 8I10 leaves tho
window with ill couoenlod regret, nud not In
frequently bestows n parting clnnco over lier
shoulder. If she is not on lur wny home tho
chances uro that she will pass the corner
again in the course of n half hour. Klderly
ladles make even moio use of It. They often
stop and spend some seconds ndjustlng their
irnir or veils, nml 1 think 1 noticed n well
known niutiou rub her face with some small
lluiry thing In front of tho window the other
day. Oicuslouilly somebody comes along at
mi luoppoitune moment, and then you should
see how Intently they study tliediesspnterns.
I am sorry to say that I have also observed
that a number of young men find It conven
ient to straighten their ties, pull down their
oveicouls or twii 1 their mustaches as they go
sailing by. Oh, yes; 'tis 11 popular coi ner.
W en tho golden bowl Is broken
At the sunny fountain side;
When tho turf lies rcon ami cold nbovo
Wrong, and sorrow, and loss, and loo;
When tho great dumb walls of silence stand
At the doors of.tho unilUcovcrisl ant :
When all we have left In our olden place
Is mi empty chair and a pictured face;
When tho praer Is prayed, and the sigh Is
I shall be satisfied.
Aro wo not, in a great measuie, what our
fathers were! Cnn we not often Hud in tho
family book of nticestinl history the explana
tion of our shortcomings? Keiuinler's father
mid mother weie butchers by trade, as were
also thu patents of Jesso Pomeroy, the youth,
ful Hoston murderer. Is It not possible to
llnd, if not 1111 excuse, nt least a palliation, for
the brutality of thu children In thu occun.
tlon of the parents? A study of the law of
heredity reveals some strange tilings.
To The Ladles of I.lni-oliiunil Vicinity.
On October 27th, S8th and SUtli wo will
give our seventh annual fur opening. Wo
wo will show fin s of all descriptions, fnelml.
Ing all the latest styles fiom London and
Purls for tho season of 18'JO-lll. A pructlcul
furrier will bo in attendance to take measure
ments for sjiecsul orders. Tho lino is from
tlio stiictly first class house of Henry A.
Newliuiil & Co., Detroit, Michigan. They
received niodnls for their display of goods at
the last Paris exposition. "We refer to many
ladles In Lincoln us to the quality of their
wurk mid goods During this opening we
will sell furs at wliolesale prices. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all to Insect the
lln.. W. 11. Dennis & Co., battels mid fur
riers, li:i7 0 street.
Phutogrnphlo views of the city of Lincoln,
public buildings, business houses and flue
lesldences In hook form, pietty souvenirs.
limy lie had ut thu Wessel Printing Co., U!K)
N street, price fifty cents.
L,INCOL,N, .NlCWKAMICA, SATUUDAY, OCTOWICW IS. 1600.
IN A LINCOLN STREET CAR
iilruiliii'tlnii ,,r Dm tttrrlrle
As soon us ) oil discover any falling of the
hulr or giuyness always uso Hall's Hair He
newer to tone up the secretions and prevent
baldness or gruyuess.
Cold weather Is coming 011 mid you will
find it necessnry to replace your light sum
mer shoes with something heavier not
clumsy but fometlilng stylish ns well ns
durnblo nnd warm, lirlseoe tho shoo man In
the Kxpositlon Is wnltlng for you mid you
win rest nssured that lie can suit you. Ho
makes n sisjcinlty of line, stylish shoes, In
which uro combined 11 fine appearance mid
grent durability. All varieties of ladles',
gentlemen's mid children's shoes. Nothing
but the newest stock to select front. Hrhcoe
the i.hoe man cnn give you a nent lit. Let
Ladles of I.liieiiln,
When you go to Omaha do not fotget to
call 011 aiadnmo Ullts, J,rl() Douglas street,
and see tlio latest and finest Hue of imported
pattern hats and bonnets west of New York
Take elevator for millinery parlor.
All tho lutest sheet music, new stock, at
1 Cruncer's Art Muslo store, 'Jl'J south Kleveuth
A professional masseur from Hattlo Cieek
Midi., saiiltuiiuut will administer miusngu
treatment on recommendation of physicians.
Mrs II. 1). Catllit, olllco Utta block, South
Kleveuth street, room 0. Hefereiii. F. D.
Criiu, M. D. l'!KMt
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MUSIC AND TIIK DIIAAIA.
Only one night next week Monday-will
Fuiike's Ih oH'ii.
For a month past Imvn our eyes, at nemlv
every tin 11, met either a photogiaph or llth-
ogrnpn or a man wftli, iiinoug other things,
a ilhttniiur air, waxed inuslache and Jeweled
A huiidsoiuo man he inust Ihi for the girls,
ns they gazed upon his counteifelt present
ment, hnvo tiluint uiiauimiiiisly rxelnlimsl:
"What a lovely maul" "Ohl what a denrl'
For seveinl mouths have we been leading
nowspnicr accouiifs of tho 'Wnllr. lClug"
the iiinn who, by his little dllllculty wllh the
collector of the port at New York, heialded
far mid wldo by the preps of the country,
achieved in advance of his professional up-IK-ararce
a notoriety liesldo which all the ad
vertising mllflces of Pnttl. of FiiyTeinnliitoii.
of Mary Andeison, of Cliiia Mollis mid the
rest pale Into iiislgnlflcani-e.
Those or us who have watched the Ameri
can tour of this hmiiNiiuie geutlemaii have
admired greatly the enterprise or his man
ager, Never beroi 11 has there been such nil
vertlslng, Judiciously done, Never beroie has
there bisai an Intel est so wldespienil awak
ened by I he brilliant head woik of the adver
Hut theie was something substantial to
base nil this hu and cry on.
ir the dear mini bud Ihsmi KuglMi the fact
that his appeal anon In New York created n
f iirnie woiil I have had 110 smcIiiI signifi
cance, 'litem's it iK'cullarcoiidlllon of things
Indotliam. Theclty has scmcely nlty Amur
leans In It, coniiaiatlvely siH-aklng. Them
me (lei mans, Ki.gllshineu, J'ieiichmen, Hu
slans and IIiiIk tnliiiis; but the Irish picdom.
uate,iiliil If the newspapers tell the tiutli tho
Irish idle. If there Isnnu lltlug In Kiinipean
rlfalis that Isn't conspicuous It Is the Irlsh-
liiiins lovo for the Kiigllshmau; yet In New
oik, jolepi an Irish city, aiigloinanla Is a
ruling passion. Anything staiiiieil Knitlth
will pass cm rent theie. An Kngllsh label is
a guuiuiitco of success. Ho, of course, wo
would not linvu lieen very much liiipivsseil ut
the "Willi King's" reception If ho hud lieen
Hut he Isn't 1111 Kiigllshmnu. He regis
tered from Vleiinn.
Then hugatheied his band about him ami
conimenctsl plnying. And what n rattling
theio was of dry iKinesI
11) sheer forco only could peoplo remain In
their seats when from the orchestra came the
stialnsof the waltz. Old fellow h who limlii't.
Mlnnctsl In fifty years felt as chliiisT hh
Chauucey Depew, "Mr." Astor, Wind MoAl-1
ii-iri- iiiiii inn oiuer gay young niriis. livery
xsly wnnted to waltz. There Is music and
1IMO11V. These people henrtl tintHlc.
The tin 010 has never subsided. In Phila
delphia, In Hoston, In Hnlllmore, in Chicago,
in all tho large cities it lias been the same.
Under the spell of the entrancing music the
caustic pen of thu ciltlc Juts been dlped In
sympathetic Ink mid nothing but the warm
est and most enthusiastic praise has greetisl
the "Walt. King.' An ovation is no name
ror it. His tour lias lieen, to uso a classical
expression, "a regular picnic."
And now wo aro to have him in Lincoln,
We, too, know 11 giod thing, ami we have
alteady bought nearly all the seats. .If!
Vf ni n r Well, haii'ly. Kven If wo uro not
thoroughbred musicians we aro going to hear
him. IC11J0) muslo we all can. and we Intend
to U'conie dutiful subjects or the King Mon
Vou never have any dllllculty In picking
out the vllli'iu In thu first net, havo you? In
real lire tho polished vllliau has both the man
ner nud ill ess or a gentleman. Helilud the
footlights ho hasthe dress of a gcutleunin nud
tb maiiuiu's and features of n very tough
tough. Kvery play must or necessity have a
vidian mid we have hud all manner or vll
IIoih fi(iu the chenp jumping Jack or light
comedy to thu ho&vy scoundrel or high
tlugisly but thu same mistake Is Invariably
iiiudo. Tlielr vllllany Is too patent. Thoit
1 leal managers might Just as well pin a big
whito label with tho inscription. TlllH ih a
Yil.MAN on the coats or their scsmp Iiiim-i-sonutors,
as U) njnl them 011 tho stage its they
do, with couiiteiuiuces that would slrtiuo
.Indus Iscilriot or the evil one himself. It
spoils the Interest, too, to luako everything so
plain. To Intel est audiences you must, ex
cite their curiosity.
There is a crying need of u liuw depni ture
AM this is suggested by tho fnct that thu
vlllliin in Agnes Ileindon's "Ln HelleMaiie,"
given nt Fuuko's Inst Kuturdoy night, did not
look liko 11 cut-throat. Ho wore at the same
time u becoming suit of gentleman's clothes,
ir you will nllow tho phrase, and mi ulr or
gentility. Ho apourcd to l a gentleman.
Consequently he made his vllllany moro er
fectlvo, Agnes, by the way, guvo 11 rather pretty,
although extremely common, play to a num.
bcr of Hxplo and several hundred empty
chairs. Tito chairs huve not yet been heard
from; but most of tho jH-oplo werefalrl well
Agnes wits assisted in her effort to make mi
effect by several dresses. And some of them
were startling. Attnm also used it ilugger;
but didn't draw any blood. Agnes also had
her laugh with her in fact she never npHMtrs
now without it. Agues also had her smile,
which with her French accent, her gowns,
her font), and her laugh, constitute in a
measure her claim to the title, "a talented
The company was not so bud, and the play
couldn't burin uny body.
The Mexican feather workers, Hurtou's
comedy company , the champion roller skitter
nnd other taking atti actions have drawn well
at the Miiseo this week. For tha week com
inencliig October '.'0 mi Interesting pro
gramme is announced,
TIIK KDK.N MLNKK.
For thu week commencing OctoU'r L"0 the
lo'ig and xurlcd picgrumiuo includes, among
others, thu following special fenturtst; Tnu
four diamonds ofmliistieUy, Ventriloquist
Hliighnm, Hello Vcruu, the facial in 1 1st, Kit
tle Hliiglinm, the child actress, Diipout, the
contortionist, mid the Nonpareil Comedy
coinpuuy In mi amusing play. New curiosi
ties and novelties. Houvenlrs for tho ladles
Fihluy. Free seals ror school chlldien In the
TALK OK TIIK HTAIIK.
Howard's "Hlieiinndoah" In one season, two
companies, netted the author fill.OOO.
Kdwanl Kothern Is playing the most sue
o.'ssrul engagement that he has ever known
at the L)ceuiii theatre, New Ymk. "The
MaMer of Wootlbarinw" Is drawing viowded
The first two plays selectisl by Mr. mid
Mrs, Kendnl for tlielr nniH'nrnneu 111 Nmv
Yoik are "the Hqnlie"ninl Merlvnle's "All
ror Her." 'I he foi mer play, by I'hiem, wn
wiltten espichilly for Mr. mid .Mis. K hit,
nud It wits one or their clni-r successes dining
their occupancy or the Ht. .Indies theatre.
Hronson Howard, In 11 letter to Chniles
F111I11111111, says that ho will leave on Oct. 1st
ror the south or Franc where lie will com-
meiice work 011 a new play, which will b
ready next season. It will trait o fashion
able lire In Now Yoik. Mr. Howard denies
that he has uny Interest id thu management
or thu Ctiteiioti Theatre in liudoii.
The second tour or the .leirerson-Floiencu
combination In gnu Mondny night In New
Y01 k nt Piilmer's theatre w here they nro tu
piny for four weeks opening in "The Heir nt
Luw," Tlnicoiupniiy this reason includes In
addition to Messi?. Jclieisoii and Florence
Mrs, John Diew, .Mute. Ponlsl, Violu Allen,
Kblo Lombard, Fndeilck Paulding, Finnk
('. Ilnngs, Joseph Win ten, (leoige Deiihuiu
and Fied (I. Ross. The repei lory will In
chldu "Tho Ilhuls" nml "The llelr ut Itw"
Advance ngeuts comiuauil finin f,V) to 1150
a wis-k. They must Ikiii week uhividor their
compuiiles, be able to drink copiously, Hu
picturesquely, inn profusely, weur thiisidla
moitds, and speak with iiugrnmiuatlcal flu
ency. Advance ngeuts generally know all 1
nnoiii iiiiiroait 1 11110 uililcs, own numerous
tailor bills, have one or two souhiettes or In
genues In thu coiupnuy whom they Ikxuii
with coinmendablu vigor, mid always tell,
you they will tiiko out 11 company or tholr
own next season. The iiivciito author of
tho majority or advance agents Is Huron
Munchausen, the pilucoor fabricators.
Tho two Spanish dancers, Caiiuencltii and
Otera, are 1 mining each 11 clmo nice for thu
grontest popithirlfy. Ciirnieiiclta gUestho
untutored tlnnco of thu country folk, mid
Otera the well studied inoM'inent of the regu
lur school, Carmen ita Is or the eoplo;
Otera of thearlstociacy; both aro fetching,
tan our own nine Amelia liiiner Is us clever
its either of them. As darning seems to bo
the newest fad, uimiagciH nro 011 the lookout
Tor novelties In flint Hue, one having sent to
Venezuela mid another to Mexico ror any
thing In the shape of it pretty woman that Is
guaranteed by suggestive dances to knock
out Carmcnellii or Oteia.
The following Is the list of attractions In
Nuw York this week: Agms Huntington In
"Paul Jones" and "Poor Jotiath " Russell's
comedians in "The City Dliectory," the JcN
ferson-Florence company In "ihollelrat
Lnw," W. II. Crnuu lit "Thu Kenntor," Rich.
nrd Mansfield In "lioiu Hiiiiumel'i
"Money Mad," Nell Hurg.tss In "Tho County
Fair" "Tho Lilliputians," Weill's Orch-s
tra, "Dr. Hill," Dcuiunn TIioiiim.jii In "The I
Old Homestead," Kdwmd Kothern In -'Tlio1
Maister or tMMibariow," Kvans and Hoey In
"A Parlor .Match" "All tlio Comfoits or
Home," Helen Dauviity in "The Whirlwind,'
Minnie Palmer In "Huzette," .Mr. and Mrs.
Kendall lit "The Kqulre." "New Lamps for
Old," "Around the World In Highly Diijs,'
N. H. Woisl in "Out In the (Streets," mid
Mnrlo Tenqs'st in tlio "Red Hussar.
It Is Intel esting to study the different stvlu '
of bo)s ourfnvoritn oubrettes afTect to lin
personate. I.0U11, who bus grown u trlllo
stout, makes a very cuto gitiiifu. Mlnnlo
Palmer makes a very fetching shaveiiit loose
ti onsets. .Vnrle Jiiiim'II is tip-top lit satin
bieeches a trlllo too big In tho Ii!m,n-iIius.
The 1111110 may Imi said or Pnullnu Hull, Flora
Moore, llllho Harlow, and Curilo Tuteln.
Agues Huntington is a stunning figure in
undo uttii e. Molllu '1 hoinpsou makes up tlrst
into as a light weight jockey. Jennie Wins
ton Ik, or course, In comic ojK't 11,0110 or tho
most ilusblng or Isiy liiisioiuitorH. luiiu
Mervlllo makes it mtst genteel swell. Marion
Klmore nlwus IiIIa nu.llenccs nsn now slwy
or a street gamiti. Home or our leading le
gitimate nctresses havo at certain erlods or
their careers played Ixiy pnits. Think or
Murin Wninw right, Clurn Morris, Rove Cog
Inn, Lilllo Lnugtry, Funny Duveiixrt, (leor
gin Cit) van coming right out In knee breeches
nnd hose. Ornco Kllklns. when with Modles-
kn, hud to Jump In one night nud play the
part or thu pngo lit "As You Liko It," but she
didn't liko it a bit, and siilil so. Hob Tuber
saw her embarrassment ami lecordcd it in u
There was a youiiK woman named Grace,
Wllh a big-eyed, intelligent face,
Who flew In u rago whllu playing a page,
Tin)" the prettiest by on the singe.
Our customers all enk highly in prnlsoof
Ht Patrick's Pills. They nro the best Hen y
rothers, Carroll, Neb. For silo by A. L,
Shrader, thu druggist.
J. J. Ollss, 1510 Douglas street, Oiiinhu, hu
over one thousand tiliutncd hats, bonnets
toipies and turlwins for you to selivi from
Prices are the lowest and style correct.
i. A, It, Hooks Verj Cheap.
The'.Wessel Printing Co. has several copies
of Col. Kols-rt H. Henl's well known history
of the (Iriind Army of the Republic In flue
bindings which it will sell at .".(m) mi- vol
limn. Origlunl price, sold only on sitlscrip
tlon, at $.V(H). These books nre fully Illus
trated and complete In every detail. Cull
anil see them.
The U'hitchrcast Coal and I. line company
is again at the Iront supplying the finest
grades of coal at the lowcs pi Ice.
lioxe, all styles, Wessel
PW1CIC KlVIC OlCNTH
REDFERN'S FALL MILLINERY.
Home llraiitlhil lleslgns In Oliapeiiiii that
will s 1 he In I'upnlnr I 'in or..
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. Ill, IWNI. If there's nny
one thing tlio womiin of tlio s'iiis Is never
ton tlied, too III or too worried to lake Into
coiisldeiatlon, It Is the new millinery or tho
season. And tlio average woman, unless sho
bo phennnieiiiilly ugly and rur Into the de
cline of life, tnkes almost as much delight In
n fmsh specimen of the milliner's skill as In 11
new ring or bangle. Ho wo make 110 npology
to our renders for devoting our spneo today,
liinlnly tn itodfcin's latest Inspirations In tho
wny of fiillchnpuiiiix,
First wo have the small turban toquo with
out strings, which is so becoming to fresh,
young faces. Thu model hero given Is 11 palo,
pinkish heliotrope cloth, braided with black
nud sliver, mid having two sliver spaiigln.l
iiiuck wings inisjiing in a xilut over tho
crown. In decided contrast to this, is thu
larger hut of llnu black felt with convoluted
brim, rising In a ixike over the forehead.
The crown Is almost flat, mid the trimming,
which is nincK aigrettes ami loops of capuclno
velvet, Is arranged at the back, nud Is quite
A CIIAIIMIMI IIIIOL'I'
Three dainty heads, wreathed about with
the Rislfern lenf, adorn the nlsive sketch.
The one who heads the group has a wldu
briinimsl felt lint of burnished coper color,
edged with a twisted blnck mid gold cord,
after the French stylo. Uon Its crown is 11
rauilly of blackbirds caught down wltlfloops
mid Ixiws of copier satin riblxm. Nuxt Is tho
maid or tho feather I mm, and her's is more a
head dress than u hut, for It Is apparently
only a triple Ikw of turquoise ribbon fust
ened with it bronze buckle, and set in front
of a couple of bronze-brown wings. And Inst
comes the wideawake young woman whoso
hat brim turns up nt such mi angle ns will not
oliscure the blight eyes lieneath nor causo
their owner to miss seeing nil that's going on.
Her's is a felt hat of dark green, with an os
trich pliimo of thu natural, tindyed huu, arid
a largo ribbon rosette of wood-brown sntln,
caught by a fancy golden pin
Kverybody knows scrofusn to be a diseiie
or thu blood, and Hood's Kursupai ilia is th
liest remedy for all blood diseases.
On Wednesday next tho new llnzar at 1IW3
O street will Ihj oH'iiedto the public, nnd hi
dies who have heretofore been una' le to sat
isfy their wants In the Huu of clinks, Hue
dnss giHsls. fiu-s, etc., will thin huvu a
ehunee to selwt from a line of goods tqual lit
every way to the stores of the nietiopolttnn
cttles. The Hnwtr makes Its announcement
to Cot III Kit reader, to-dav in 11 lri?.. illknl..v
ndvertlseiiient 011 page five which it will jwiy
everybody to rend. The tlriu is thoroughly
11 IM...H-, ims uiiiimiuNi resources ami huvlng
u-iwu iur ueauiiiiil new pleiulses for 11 term
of years will lmn iKTiiiiinent tlxturo In Lin
coln. Oystei s in ever) stylo ut Hrow n's.
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