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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890
GOLD COIN HEATERS
For Hard Coal
For Soft Coal.
Most Powerful Heaters Made!
Most Economical on Fuel !
FRANK E. LAH'R,'
P. O SQUARE.
We have made especial ef
forts to please the Ladies in
Boys and Chiudkuns1 Cloth
ing and Overcoats. Our
stock is complete and the fin
est in the city. Mens' Dress
Suits, Box Overcoats and
Fine Furnmshinos in varied
styles and colorings, Come
and get our prices.
EOBMAtf & CROWE,
114 South Twelfth Street,
More new and pretty goods
than in any store in the city.
Call and judge for yourself.
Jut Received, an Elegant line of
Jewel, Turquoise and Parisian
Veiling, Kid Gloves and
P. D. and W. C. Corsets
A Fine Crayon
'i LIFE SIZE
Every customer gets a head
and , shoulder Crayon Picture
Free ifoni any and all cost.
This work is made direct from
any fhoto yon may want
copied. Call and look into
iukm i u iu j w ,ft vm.ivwK',
1 Muniinr rf Moilrm Whim
Knlrrcdnllho INntoillco of Lincoln, Ncb
11 second dIiim matter.
HitiinciiliTloNi Ono Your ! Mall or Carried
1U0 PltMitUiril KiJTIireo Mouths, Mc.;
Ono month SO Cent Inrnrnlily In Advance
AliYHiTimtMHNTs: ltntes furnMied on application
At the ortlee. Hprclal mle on Tltno Contracts.
frmMnurioNsiHIiorl spicy sketches, pwin nml
torl solicited, IVnuiiml nml Hoelnl notes urn
''niNTtint Wo innknastieclaltynf Kino Printing
in nit ItH branches Hoeletv work ft siteclnlly,
PubtlnU ucl Saturday.
Address nil communication dlrectto the ofllco.
WlCHMlCL, PWINTINQ CO,
Courier IIiiIIiIIiik. HM N HI root.
U U'khhki., Jit., Editor nnd Hole Pioprlotor.
W, Moiiton Hmitii, Asssoclntn ICtlltor.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
(I. J. State loft Tuitwlay on n business trip
In South Dakota,
II. Murphy oiit this week In Oinnlia look
liifC after ecntrnct.
Mrn. (loorgo Tnylor of Wyniore ont
Tuotdny In Lincoln.
Mr. Ilnyinoml of Hownrd win tho guest of
Mr. Sander tlilp wok.
Rev, O. K. Maker ha Just returned from
ntt extended tiip In thu east.
Mr. Flfor loft Moudny for Wvnioro to at
tend tlio funornl of her sister,
Mr. H. A. Johnson of llcthel, In,, In tho
guest of tier niece, Mm. (I. J, States, nt IMI
Mri. J. I'. U'nlton loft for York on Tue.
ihty to nttend tho mlslunury couvontlon nt
Mm. Frank Htntoi of Red CHIT, Col., who
linn tiecu visiting In Lincoln, loft for homo
Heiliort How aid of Council Hluir, In., an
old friend of Mr 8, W. lnne, mndu hor n
Miss Nolllo lllco ha Just leturueil from u
pVnvint visit with her pmonts nt llliic
Mm. K. II. Denton mid Mm. L. A. Sim
mons from Cortland wore the guest of Mm,
A. V. Ilenhlil this week nt 1!M0 II street.
Mr. mid Mm, Thomas Wilson and daugh-
ter from Clovelnud, O.. were tho giio! of
Mr. Joslo Lnucton tho latter part of tho
Thomas Curtis of Owntonun, Minn., nr
rivod Wednesday nod will spend a fow weeks
with his duughtor, Mm. W. N. AMwt, l:!20
John Hushes of Rattle Cioek, Nob.,anjl
Mm. Rose Forendonnd daughter of lcnvcu
worth, Kas., aro tho guest of Colcstlu Thlo
haut thin week.
Mm. Helen K. Cook, member of tho advis
ory board of tho stnto homo for soldier an.l
sailor nt Gland Inland, has just returned
from that place.
Mn.C, II. HolineM Is now convnlcHCcnt.
Her mother, Mm. Curl I, of Ilrooklyn.N. Y ,
who lint been with her tho pant nix weeks, to
turned homo Thursday.
Tho editor of Tiik Couiukh enjoyed a most
enjoyable evening In Ht. Joseph this week,
tho occasion lieiug tho auiuinl Inaugural ball
of tho Standard club, out) of tho most promi
nent social organizations, of that pleasant and
prosperous community, 'tit, Joseph, socially,
hns a reputation that Is certainly creditable,
nnd I haveoften heard of Its generous hospital
ity but not until Wednesday Had I tho honor of
enjoying tho cordiality of tholrcharuilng cir
cle. St, Joseph I one of tho oldest lind
nmrkslutho west. Itsieople generally nro
lild wttlem nnd well to do, many of them hav
ing become wealthy miico locating there In
tho enrly days, nnd tho society a In all such
cities is one thtt hns grown up within Itself.
Tho codtWt aristocracy of tho modern west
ern city I not nppnrent. It Is more like our
stnld eastern nnd southern cities, where tho
social clement is not Imparcd by too much
mixture of tho various classes, as is tlus case
In our newer cltlea of tho west where society
Is made up .of the various ranks frequently
regardless of tholr evory day life, previous
record and diameter. Only good clothes and a
general outw mil appearance aro too often em
braced In the person that becomes a member
of tocloty without any other feature of rec
ommendation to the good graces of tho com
nmnlty except It might lo a bountiful supply
of htlorlty and nerve. In this particular our
friends of St. Joseph bear a marked contrast,
Inasmuch a that their records have been
made at homo, mid having grown up together
there U no past to bo looked OA'er and no anx
iety that the future may brine, .to light a de
fect of the pat. Each person knows tho
other "like a book," beginning with pago ono,
and having lived together for y earn the ties
of fi iendship from chitdhoo.1 has wrapped It
self about them for the pleasant days of tho
present. It was not my intention when Wilt
in: theso Hues to outer ro deeply into detail,
but the contrast was Mich a pleasant revela
tion that I was tempted to note the same
Hut now "on with the dince, let joy be uu-
confined" and let me mention n few particu
lars of the evening. Tho grand march was
one of nrtbtlo movements combining many
new and fascinating departures from tho for
mer march. It w us giacefully conducted by
Mr. Stone, tho matter of ceremonies. On the
daucing surinro near each corner was ar
ranged a largo pyramid of (lowers and about
these tho promenade moved until the
flualo, when colored attendants "qui ok as a
wink" removed them nnd tho waltz was soon
In full realization. The program, a pretty
etching, rather larger In sizo than the aver
age, embraced sixteen dances Intermingled
with four promeuauoi. 1 ho llonil decoration s
were elaborate and exquisite, tho Moor man
agement such iu to insuro all u royal time
and the supper which was a bountlf ul colla
tion was a gem of noatuets in which all thu
good things ot life were handsomely catered.
For the pleasant evening i-njoj ed I feel grate
ful to my friends, irany of whom 1 have
never met before, but hope soon to meet,
again on the social Held,
To lure any sciofulousdUenvo or humor
try A) oi's H'trsaparlllii. It cleanses the
IN TIIK MHRAK.'.
Am'utnry Strrrt, Mm A
I) T U'hltnoy's now
o vol, putilMied I iy
lloiiKliton, Millliii ."t Co
lloiton, Is n ihnimluK
story, told III ndellnht fill
Iy InteriitliiK way. As
cutney street coelety and
Asetltney sticet clininrteilstlcH nro depleted
with n pieelslon nnd tliorouKhnes that can
not fall to Impress tho rendoi. Ono set's tho
street with It outwnirily pretentious Queen
Anno villas, lis air of cheap suieiloilty, and
tho directed in Istoorney of its liihalillnuts nl
iinwt nsn reality so tttia tollfo Is thn author's
delineation. A poor sowIiik (lrl llnds,
strangely eliouith, throutth this ftieet nil ell
trnuce Into thoKieat world lieyond an exit
f l out a cold, unfeellliK woild to a world of
people It li kindly hearts people who love,
whoie flio meet and Is wooed and won by a
man ho is best dwrllx'd hy Mrs. Whltuoy's
way of wrltliitc tho won! gentleman gentle
man, It I a natural story, related In a nat
ural u ay. A henlthy tone jierviuh's tho en
tiro h(M)k, and ono leads It with tho foelliiK
that tho tliuu so employed nns well Hjient.
Tho AHunltc Monthly, Hint old favorite,
hns pofsessed nu uminial Interest for many of
us slnci) last Januniy, when Dr. Oliver Ven
dell Holmes ciiinn hack again, after a notlco
aide itliseure, to the nmgnrlno through which
ho ha so of ten Mkcn to us, nnd which stood
sM)iisor tunny ytvirs ago for tho "Autocrat of
the llrcakfnst Table." Thu "Autociat" was
bkseutlally a matutinal song, Now,ln"Ovu
tho Tencuis'' wo have nu ispially delightful
evening companion to tho merry chatter
mound tho morning hoard, Or, Holmes, only
the other dny, celebrated his eighty-llmt
birthday; but who shall say hols growing
old! Theio never wa a younger man for his
Hgo, Ago has iiot touched his intellect and
ho hns tlio Kaino clieei ful spirit as In tho (lays
agono. Tho (K'oplo who gather around tho
ten table nro n talkative lot, and wo who lis
ten hear many bright things. Tho proso Is
enlivened by oecanlonal bits of loutry In
much tho snmo way as poetry was intor
spoiscd among tho leaves of tho "Autocrat."
Iho October Installment, which contains n
Rood deal of thought, entertainingly ex
pressed, closes with n pretty little jioeni en
titled "At tho Tm n of tho ltond ." Tho Inst
two vemes ale as follows:
Why doubt for a moment? Moro ihniuo If
Why iiiestlou7 Why tremble? Aro iingols
Mho would come to the lover who rails her bis
TIioiikIi slio trod In thu track ofn whirling cy
I crossed tho old bridge ero the nihil t' had
I looked: lot my I.ovo stood before tun at
Her eyes, how thoy sparkled, her cheeks, how
As wo met, face to faro, nt tho turn of the
The October Atlantic Monthly contains
many good things. Margaret Deland gives a
couple of interesting chapters of "Sidney ,"
W. 1). McCrncken wiltes of "Altdorf:andtho
Inndcsgomcludo of Url," Edith M. Thomas
contributes a beautiful poem, "On tho Eve
of Sleep," E. 1. Evans gives nu account of
"Heurlk Ibsen; His I.lfo Abroad and Later
DrameH," Fanny N. 1), Murfreo contlmus
"Kcllci," J. Kirko l'aulding gives a sketch of
Johannes llutzbnch as "A Wandering Scholar
of the Sixteenth Century," Ilrndfoid Torrey
hns nu nrtlclo on "Hoblu Roosts," Homi Not
nor relates sonio remlulsceiiceH of "Tl o Nieces
of Madam Do Moutes nu," John Flsko lenru
wily discusses "lleuedlst Arnold's Treiison,"
Ha rah Orno Jewett hns u story, "Hy the
Morning Iloat," (leorgo Herbeit l'nlmer tells
nlKJiit "Hexnmetera and llhythmln l'roso,"
Dr. Holmes continues "Over tho Tea Cups,'
and thero nro othor articles a follows: "Fre
mont," "An Artist's Idyl," "Tho Inlluenco of
Ben Power Uon History,'' Curtlii's Myths
nnd Folk I)roof Ireland," etc. It Is n very
Was n navigator, born iu Denmark, but
whoso life was qxint in the service of Russia,
a Danish or a Russian nnvlgntoi I One ci itlo
tnkes exception with Malcolm Townseud be
cause hi his unique collection of American
facts, "IT. 8.," ho culled Retiring n Hutslnu
navigator. Query: Does lib thplaco or train
ing settle the nationality of a publio charac
ter! Tennyson hns not usually leen esteemo.l sa
pastoral oet, hut Elbridge S. llrooks ha
collectetl and edited for I). Lotl'rop Ca se
lections from the laureate's (stems dealing
with nature and her moods, Tho book is
profusely illustrated and Mr. llrooks has fur
nished a sympathetic introduction.
Tho Imerirrm Ijxctator, tho drat number
of which has just been issued by the Arena
Publishing comiMtny, is a valuable publica
tion. It Is au eight-page monthly paper with
extracts and condensations from the leading
magazine and reviews, and original com
mon!. Ronton is it home.
It Is Bald that Mm. G. R. Aldon ("Pansy")
has a larger number of readers thai any
other living writer. Moio than 100,000 of
her books aro sold yearly. "Aunt Hannah,
Martha and John," tho latest Pansy book, Is
having n larger salo than any previous vol
ume. ifetife.by Zola, published by T. I). Peterson
& HrothelB, Philadelphia, hns been received.
It is ono of the great realist's most popular
works a ktory of gay Parisian life graphic
Still 'another edition of Margaret Sidney's
"Five Little Peppers" ha been called for and
has just been Issued, Tho demand seems to
A No! able Improvement.
The store of Loulo Meyer & Co. on Tenth
street I undergoing extensive improvements
nt the present time, which, when completed,
will nuke It ono of tho handsomest and mo
ntti active stores in Lincoln. New show win
down will be put In nml the entire front will
bo lemodeled just watch tho change. Mr.
Meyer announces that the confusion incident
to th'se extensive alterations will be over in
h wiHikoi'tendavs. In the meantime theio
Is no uhjtemeii of business. The demand for
his choice stock of dry goods, notions, grocer
ies, etc., nt reasonable pi ices still continues.
Fresh good nt low prices always sell, and ,
Loulo Meyer Co. are kept very ousy.
The Lincoln Steam laundry having re
cently changed hands and undergone many
Improvement is now letter than ever pre',
itarod to executo work In the very inwt man
ner, promptly and ut jiopulnr prices. Mr. :
A. W. Dny the new proprietor has adopted a !
now and Improved proee for washing nnd i
handling garments, by which no bleiich'ng (
or Injutious material aro used: the llnest
fabric such as silks, lacos, flounces, flannel
or cotton goods are lnundiied In llrst class
manner, without tho least damage. One trial '
will convince the most skeptical that tho LIn
roln Htetitu laundry doe urn. tlpest work In
the city, All goal calletl for nnd delivered.
linn Its own Notillnr iimtadyt hut with tho
hloixl iiHulAliirilluitMnteof utiKorin vigor
and purity, by the iiinofA)er,sHnrsnpnrllln,
I In) svstcin lenilllynihipts Itielt toelmnged
rondltloui, CouilMiied of tliohuitalteiiitlvei
nml toiilci, nil being highly concentrated,
Aver' Hnrsnimrllla Is tho most ellectlvo and
economical of all blood uiedlcliiei.
"I'tiMunie yenrs, at tho icturn of spring,
I hail serlotn trniihlc with my klduc)s. I
wns uuiihle to sleep nights, and sulteictl
Kiently with pains In tho small of my back.
1 was alio nflllcted with headache, loss of
npiM'tlto, and Indigestion. Tlicso sjmploins
vvero much woi.se. last spring, especially tho
trouble with tny hack. A friend persuaded
mo to usu Aycr's Harsaparllla. 1 began
taking it, and my troubles all dlsnppeaicil."
-Mrs. tlcnovrn llelangcr, ul llrldgo st
nn. J. O. AYKR Sc CO., Lowell, Mai.
Holllyl)ruKl(UU. l,sll.V. Worth $im bottle.
Madame A. Ruppert
For Removal or all Skin Blemishes.
irs. E. 0. Rewick, Agt.
i.(ii (J Street
Fosters 5 Hook Kid Cloves
In all colors and black, Special salo pilecs
87 '4 Cents Worth $1,25.
Wo Invito tho ultentlon of the public to
our Immense slock of Kid (lloves
H. R. NISSLEV & CO.
E2T Call and See
Movina: Household Goods and Pianos a Specialty.
ALL NEXT WEEK
Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery, Etc.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 0 ST.
DR. H. K. KER7VTAN
Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform 1 No lither ! No Gas 1
A Ml Set of Teeth on Rubber for $5.00.
All Fillings at the Lowest Kates.
I)R II K KFRMAN Roo 94. 95. 9Murr Block,
ll. 11. IV. ll.l MlAn, LINCOLN, NEB
are all convertible for Ladies or
Gentlemen, and are the Easiest
Riding Bicvcle Made.
Carriages and Buggies
lrXylY yf x
- 11 Ttibiiii T " ' 1 11 1 J
1540 O STREET,
t WITHOUT PAIN
. t' " 'Xi
by Buying this Fall.
1024 0 Street
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