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CAPITAL CITY COUKIISU, SATURDAY, OVKMBFK 8, 1890
GOLD COIN HEATERS
For Hard Coal
For Soft Coal.
Most Powerful Heaters Made!
Most Kconomical on Fuel!
FRANK E. LAHR,
030 P STREET.
NORTH SIDE P. O SQUARE.
The Latest Fads
In nil Stylos
Black Cheviot Suits
From hc lower grades to tlic very Finest.
Come ntul Sec our New
Puff and Ascot Scarfs,
Underwear and Hosiery
In Illnck anil Colors,
Chintz's Imported London Hats
In the Latent Fall Shape.
Our prices nrc lower on these Goods tlmn
nny establishment In the city.
CALLAND SEE US I
in nil qualities niul prices. I Iamlkcrchlcf s
' " ' from
25 cts. to $10.00.
Sale to Continue only o Few Dajs.
DO,VT FAIL TO CALL!
FOREMAN & CROWE,
114 South Twelfth Street,
A Fine Crayon
1124 0 ST.
Every customer gets n head
and shoulder Crayon Picture
Free from any and all 'cost.
This work is made direct from
any jrhoto you may want
copied. Call and look into
I Mi;nnr li)rof Uncrii Wine
t., U'khhki., .III., Editor mill Holo Proprietor.
W Mohto.n Hmitii, AitwMHiinli) Killtor
Miiiiitciiii'rioM Olio Your by Mull or Carried
J(; Hlt.MontliK.ll.nOfTliri'nMiiiillm, MV.
Onb mniith IM d'tilw litMnilily In Ailvnnce.
Viivkhtinkmkntsi ItAte film Wirl mi npptloillnti
nt tlioofllcn, Hxoll rates nn Time foiilrnolh.
'nvriilMmoNNiHhort spier sketch, x'in nim
tirl Holtcttts). I'lTwrtinl nml Hoclnl noir nre
'niMTlNin Vn ninkn n xt'l(lly of Him Criming
11 nil Its lirniuliiw Hooli'tv work n Miwtlnlty .
Kntcrcd iitllui I'nMollIco of Lincoln, Neb,,
n second uIiim itinttor.
Invltntlons to tlui wedding of MUs Ida Mim
Mir of thin elty, mid Mr. Kdwurd DiirlliiKtou
Hhurplo of California, announced to x'"iir
Wednesday evening, Nn umber twelfth, nt
tho ivsldoncti of Mm Collin, Eighteenth nml
P street, Imvo boon Ismicd.
llnl Nortlniiii, nflor tin nlMouea of nearly n
yen r, In oueti morn In tlioelty In hU old po
sition with t ho Pomoroy conl company. Few
youi.g mun In tint city Imvo more friend
than llnl, and ho received n very wnriu wel
come on hlit ruturu. Hlneo leaving Lincoln
ho lilin Ihhiii engaged '" himlneHi In Milwau
kee nnd Chicago,
It seems that li'rml Nvo Iii.h irlvim mi llm
Idea of starting niiow pnerntPortlmil,Oro.,
'in 11 linn nisi 000 11 111 imuncmi mat no win in.
Iliovo from Oiniihii to flilrmro. when, lut will
connect himself with tlio llrmttl. Mrs. Nyo
ln very Mipiilnr member of Omaha society,
and hothof them will ho greatly mlwd
Hocretnrv of Htiitn It, II Cowdery, whom
term oxplKs January 1, lin decided to ro
nmln In Lincoln, nod a (Inn Imsnlrondy b.cn
formed coiinIM lug of himself mid deputy, (),
0. Moll, under llm nnino of Hell & Co., for
tlio trnuNtctinii of n general commission buib
nom. A store him been opened at 1 10(1 0
wtrout. Hoth gentlemen have a very wldo
nrqunlutnuco and itossesshig iin they do, II rut
rate liusluoiu .tlilllly, tlioy uro Hiiro to succeed
In their now venture.
It lit wild Hint to Mm. John M. Thurston
lulling tlio dUtlnetlou of having rend tlio
.UeKlnloy hill. What It this wort of thim
Nhould Ikmjoiuo the fad among woniouf Oli,
Tlio Hon. 1). I). Hiiro, who defeated ox-
llov. Foster In tlio congreislonnl election in
tlio eighth Ohio district N a cousin of MrH.
Dr. Applegot of this city.
Row Honheur In p.lntlni? n portrait of
IllllTlllO Hill. floillll HlMII Ilnnll.m,. Imv.i ......
Mr. Cody ton year ngo.n litter subject for
her lirnnh ennlil iwih lui fnninl tin.,. tl,l li.i.,i.
some product of theplilns. Hut thu invgu
Inrlty of his life ha chinged hit faeo nlniOKi
io coarseness, ana noi eonrM?nesi or urtlstle
Interest. Onmliii Kxvthtor.
Miss Cnrrlo Allen of Ht. LouU, who Imi for
somo month, pint hoen tlioirKnulst nt the
Church of the Holy Trinity, expect to le
turn to her homo in n fow ilnyn. Hho In iih
yet undecided whether kIio will return to tills
James A. Unrlleldjr., the win of the Into
president, was t ho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Mcintosh this week. He is a member of
tlio bar and limiting n reputation. Onmlm
Mlsi Lulu Hnllautyno of Omnha, ulster of
Mrs. W. M. L"o mrtl, and very well J known
in the city, wan married to Mr. MoDauieN, a
well known rnllroid nun of tlio Imetropolls,
Wednesday nfternoon. Mr. nnclMm. Ixxnmnl
Mm. Otto Funko, Miss Anno Funko and sur.
oral other Lincoln pooplo witnessed the cero
Owing to a vexatious tygrnphlcal error
In TilK Couhikh last week In it notice given
II. K. Nlssley & Co. It rend as though Mr.
King now of J. W. Winger A: Co., wan still
with the former house, Tlio iiamn King
when written U very much shullar to Krug,
ami therooy the error wan nnulo, and In Just
Ice to both parties, the Couiukh will add that
Mr. King It now, and luumliieo early Inst fall,
beon a partner of J. W. Winger & Co., and
Mr. Krug is at his old post, the rustling part
ner of II. II. Nltuley & Co.
After this week tho addresu of Miss (5ort
rudo Lawa of McCook, will Iw Washlngtou,
1). C ll!l Fourth st. N. W. 8ho will upend
the whiter ut tlio national capital with her
Wo are all freo American citiiens, enjoy
lngourier80uallllerty; but most of us nro
lu physical slavery, suffering from scrofula,
salt rheum or some other form of Impure
blood. Hood'H 8anuiMrilla U the great
blood purifier which tllswlvea tho Iwnds of
dlai.tn, gives health and perfect physical
Tea Downs ranging lu prices fiom (10.00 lo
tAO.OO ut J. H. Mauritius & Co.
l'hotographlo vlows of tho city of Lincoln,
publiu bulldlius, bulne84 houseo and line
rosl.lencou In book foi in, pretty souvenir,
may bo had nt the Wtmsol Printing Co., I1!W
N street, price llfty ceuU.
Laillea Cork Nolo Turnrtl Hliora.
are as easy to tho feet us any hand turned.
Are warm, dry and comfaituble. Tiy
pair. To bo tound only nt
U'kiistkh & Home us,
lA'adiug Uhoo Drtlers
LaJles will find a complete line of tlno shoes
and all the latest styles at the proper prices at
dherw In's Hooton Shoo Htoro.
Wood ill kinds preparetl ready for the
stove at Iletta & Weaver's. Phono No. 440.
llurllnulon llouto lMnylUK Citril.
I now have a large stock of' ttiMe playing
cards, which are sold at the low rate of ten
centa a pack (not one-quarter the price usu
ally paid for such otitis). Call in and get a
dozen packs, they are Just the thing for your
euchre, whist and high five parties this win
ter. A. 0. Zikmch, 0. P. & T. A.
THE LATIi JUSTICE MILLER
III Itnniurkahly Hiirri'n.fnl CIiiiiiko of
I'rori'.xlon. rrclilrtil l.liirotn1. .Inkn.
I Bniniiei i reeiiinti .Miller, tlio henlor Jus
I tlrn of the Niiprume court of the United
Bint, who iiioil recently at WiiNhlngton,
waa Ixirn In Kentucky April ft. 1810 Ills
early jenni were spent on u fiirm Then
he hecniue u rountry doctor, ntul prnctlccil
till I8.V) In that year came the roinurk
able turnliiK point of his career At tlio
ago of 01, with a family ihHituleut on him
for support, ho ahiiudniied medtcltio to
tiikn up the Mtudy of law, mid ut tho nnino
tlino sought n now home, refuovlng from
Kentucky to Kookuk, la.
The venture would liave proved ruinous
to nlncty-iiliio men, Hut Mr .Miller was
the one hundredth and succeeded, lit
reached high rr.nk ul the Imrnnd In the
.Ileimhllcnn councils, and when, during t fin
Becond year of tho war, President Lincoln
reorganised the nupreme court he chose
the farmer-doctor lawyer am one of tho
now iuoiiiImth He remained In harncNt
till the hour when his fatal Illness Ik'kiiii
Tho dead Justice wait fond of relating the
story of his Inst meeting with Prcldent
Lincoln It was nt the luMUguratiou ball
nfter the lutter'a heconil election Justice
Miller entered the untcrooin, where he
waited to leave the wraps, of hlniM-lf and
wife, when he hiiw Mr Lincoln tnlklug
with Charh-H Sumner The Just ho ad
vnuceil to shake Imiiils with the president
nnd Mr. Lincoln turned with great conlhil
Ity to greet him lie mild to him In uti ex
ecus of good humor, "Mow lire the JiimIIich
nml their gowimV' Then he added "Mil
ler. you were brought up on a farm,
weren't your" 'Yes." was the reply
"Well, then, you must lme scon the
breaking up of laud and burning or tlinlier
In n clearing Von of con me have Keen the
heavy bark fall from u half decayed log
while out from undiirthe bulk would come
great winged lints, which would waildlo off
with the fiinnlent kind of clumsy dignity
Do you know, Judge, I never see one of you
Justices with your gown on hut I think of
those nuts we used to nee on the farm lu
All that Justice Miller could say lu reply
to thin was that he was glad that they had
suggested ho Industrious an Insect to him.
Fnllnrti ol l)ifft Hen llinlii;riiiliy.
Some time ago n deep sen photogruphlo
party left Japan, currying with them an
ingenious apparatus ror photographing
underwater This uppi.ruttm consisted of
nn ordinary camera Inclosed in a cast Iron
box MUfllclently strong to wltlmtuiid from
GOO to 1,000 pounds pressure to the simre
Inch When the stand attached to this
touched bottom, by uu Ingenious contrlv
mice tho cap was removed from the lens
nnd the contentMof two bottles werecuused
to mix, this mixing resulting lu an explo
Rtnn, giving the light necessary for the pro
deletion of a photograph Disaster has
overtaken the mission From what can lie
gathered by some means or other the mix
lug process must have taken pi nee prema
turely A terrlllo explosion occurred, two
porsoUH have lieen more or less Injurtsl,
mid the upparatus, which took many
mouths to construct. Is now at the bottom
of the Pud lie
A flirted Girl Tnirlirr.
Although but 111 years or ago Clara
Groeunwald. of Pennsylvania township.
lierKs county, I 'a.
Is a full Hedged
cute, to Instruct
In reading, writ'
a I no h a a somo
Creek, Iwitln and
geometry Thin ci.aiia oitF.KSAWAl.n
remarkably glfuxl gr preside over whnt
Is known aa the "tough school" of hor ills
trlct. She has sixty pupils, ranging In age
from fl to 15 yearn, nnd graduates cortlfled
by her will be entitled to admission to any
grammar school In the county
Miss Oreenawnld Is large for her ago. and
her appearance Is that of n young woman
of 18 or ) She Is a brunette, has regular
features, weighs 115 pounds, and Is five feet
four inches tall, She has introduced ad
vunccd methods of Instruction, and ho far
has shown hersolf nblo to cope with the
unruly among her pupils.
Suing no Kxlitbltlon Jury.
The exhibition Juror gcU in trouble
Kometlnies us well aa I cm conspicuous peo
ple. In Japan, whore a great fair woa
held recently, there haa been much dissat
isfaction over the nwarda Indeed, one of
tho exhibitors, a Mr Iwasakl Juzlro, the
manufacturer of a special and well known
"soy" U bo disgusted with hnvlim received
only a thlnlcl.-uuj award, which he shares
wiin mo mnKers or common "soy," that
he has brought nn action against the
jurors, claiming the sum of fcl,-CJ3, which
tie represent himself ns iiavlug lost In
ooasequenca of their careless examluntlosi
of his exhibit.
A Methndlit Scut of LfHrnliis;.
The University of Montana, situated
near the city of Helena, Is nn institution
of which the new state may woll Is? proud.
It was completed recently, and the llrst
fall and winter term liegnn In September.
There nre a full corps of professors and
an unexpectedly Ui attendance of pu
rnoNT vuw or thk unmvvciisitv
plls. The nrrnngemont for the iiccoinmo
ilatlou of htudenu of both xtt, Isith ax to
cIuks siid study rooms and living apart
menu, nre wild to be excellent. The uni
versity was built by the Methodist of
Montana, and lu president Is Kev F P
Tower, a divine well krowo '- the wwtt
V m'Hfc'' A 'ft
- j' -
IHpeelnl L'otllil Kit Correspondence.
iNKW YoitK.Nov. I, IWNI.-Whenllintbilght
voting Kngllnhwoumli uho gave to the woild
Ihoehaiiiilngstoiy of "Hootlo's Hnby," nnd
ninny other regimental legends full of the
-unio amusing chniacters, when this novel
ist wlsliot to innko any of her Imaginary
hmoluo particularity smalt, she lininilliite
iy proceeds tommy them in Hedfrru gowns,
w herein sho shows giw.l tnsto nnd Juilgmeut.
lu one of her most recent novelettes, she
Invests, (with sjii nud Ink Instead of L. s. d.,
he it understood), lu two Hue gowns, n won
dorfill Ittt-cniieri and. pocketed ulster, nnd n
inlty little velvet cap, all of which were sat
isfactory to tho young woman upon whom
they worn bestowed i but sho forgot to ndd to
her felicity by giving her one of Itnlfern's
-tyllsh clone fitting senl-sklu Mint, such ns a
few years ago he orlgliintisl for tho Princess
if Wales, nud thereby struck tho knell of the
hitherto popular seal sncipie Ills llrst mod
els of this kind linvo each season undergono
omo change nnd Improvement, until tho lat
st ones for tho winter of IK) and 'HI aro ns
legant nud stylish as tho most exacting or
Minion could desire.
Hero mo a couple of the newest sketches,
vhlch prove that the nlinvn assertion Is no
KI.KMANT AMI HTVI.1SII.
This one is n Ktrnlght-fronted, looso cont of
iiedium length, The flaring Medici collar Is
xtcuded in the form of rovers, nud Is bord
tied with a roll of otter whl h border con
tinues nil down tho front. Tho cuffs nro
Headed to match. Iu tho other figure, tlio
oat Is fastened diagonally with largo seal
buttons, from tho left shoulder to the right
nip; from which point tho front Is shaped
bnck until it end at tho bottom directly lu
TA AIl.OH-MADfc. COAT OK HKALHKIN.
Hue with the chin. A wldo bund of bluo fox
forms tho collar nud Is carried down the
front almost to the waist. The cuffs are of
this bniuu long, bof t fur.
Wedding cake boxes, nil ktyles, Wessol
There Is no lino of dress novcltlos In tho
city to equal the line shown at the Iiaz&nr.
A choice lino of new clonks nnd furs just
opened nt Uci pohheliner & Co..
J. II. Mauritius & Co. nre still agents for
P. Centomorls Kid Gloves.
Noveltlso In Wedding Cnko boxes tnirty
different Bhupea at Wessel Printing Co.
Dr. 0. B. Manning, olllce rooms 00 07-ug
Hun-block. Telephone XIO. Ilesidenee Cor.
20th and F. Telephono !CK).
I the niot ancient nud moit general of all
Ureases. Scarcely a family Is entirely free
from It, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Barsapartlla has
had remarkable success In curing every form
of scrofula. Tho most severe and painful
running sores, swellings In tho neck or
goitre, humor lu tho eyes, causing partial
or total blindness jleld to the powerful
effects of this medicine.
Bold by Nil Uruggliti. ?l ilx for J J. rrepared only
b; 0, 1. HOOP A CO., Ajvotliecartei, Lowell, UM.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
' if bffl bbbbbbbV HWy?
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Farthest up the Street
Your Hearts and Pocket Books !
Host standard Prints 5c worth 7c.
Sicillian Mohairs, something now 10c worth 15c.
Best line 28 in. all Wool Dress Flannels 25c worth 35c
Ik-st line 5-4, " " ' 50c " 75c
Hope, .j'.j Bleached Sheeting, 7!,'c worth 9c
Lonsdale, . Bleached Sheeting, 8!('c worth 10c
Fruit, .;-, " " S'c " 10c
Pepperell R, .-.j Unbleached, very line, 6'jc worth 8c
Our Own, .j-.j " 6c worth 7c
Great Western, -j-.j Unbleached, ver)' heav)', 8c worth 10c
Minnesota 5 0., ail Wool, Dress Flannels, 29c worth 40c
All Wool Scarlet Medicated Shaker Flannel, big bargain,
28c worth 50c
Best Saxony Yarn, 10c Skein worth 15c
Blankets aad Comforters Cheaper than the Cheapest
Call and see our lines of Ladies', Misses1 and Children's
Fast Black Hose at 25c, 35c and 50c, worth 35c, 50c
Our Natural Wool Vests at 50c arc as good as down
town stores ask 75c for.
GENTS' GLOVES AND MITTENS
will be sold in Cold Weather at Hot Weather Prices.
Call and See Them 1
Three Bargains in Jeans Pants at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.75,
worth $1.50, $1.75 and $2.50.
Hoods and Toboggans the biggest bargains yet, at i.jc
19c, 24c, 29c and 39c- just one-tnird their value.
Eight Great Bargains in Juvenile Books.
Aunt Virginias A H C, 10c worth 19c
" " Little Girls Stories W
Aunt Virginias Young America, 24c
l Aunt Virginias Pleasant Stories, 24c
Aunt Virginias Pretty Hook, 24c worth 50c
Sunbeams, 29c worth 60c
Happy Hours. 29c worth fioc
100 Dozen Ladies' 3 Ply all Linen Cape Collars, your
choice for '5c each. 50 styles to select from.
We sell everything--Cheaper than anybody.
Maxwell, Sharpe & Ross Co.
1532 to 38 O Street.
gje uyar?t your
ASH WILL KNIIKAVOK TO KKTAIN IT IIV TKKATINU YOli WKI.I..
OUR SPBCIKLTIES WHB
Pine SiViore, : :
ofpe 'PUfe, EiiVinJ),
nnd in these wc have ccrtninly csUblUhed ourclvck ns lenders. Our business In the
pact five years has'demonstrated Unit point.
Our pii) Uncii75 papers
comprise the, .largest line ever shqwn in Lincoln, embracing over 40 VARIETIES
cither In box, quire or tablet form. We
In this department our work U too will known to need any words ol commenda.
tlon. The Elite Society people of Lincoln nil use our Engraved Calling Cards, while
the many prominent weddings, receptions nnd leading social events have nearly all
used our Invltntlons. We pride ourselves on this work and n peep at our sampled will
convince the most skeptical nrt critic that our engraving Is far superior to ant thing
heretofore seen In the west.
palK'5 fiye photos
which we now show arc the finest works of Photographic art In the country. We
will hereafter keep a line of these beautiful gems. If you don't see the 'Photo you
want, ask for It, and if not In stock It will be ordered for you. We aim to keep
Photos of all prominent actors nnd actresses of the world.
Our 1890-91 Party Invitations, Hall Programs, Menus, Announcements, Recep.
tlon Cards, etc., nrc now In, and as In the past, our best efforts will be put forth to
execute the most nrtlulc work It neat and original designs. Wc also do a large husl.
ncss In the line of commercial printing nud can furnish promptly nnd on short notice
anything from a smnll card to n mammoth size poster.
lji)eoli7'5 Soty Journal.
Few resident of Lincoln have not seen or heard of Thk Cai'Itai. City Courikr
a journal of society, literature, sport, music and the drama. It Is free from sensation'
and scandal, pure In tone and refined In all Its departments. It U printed on fine cream
tinted paper, handsomely Illustrated nnd Is sent to nny address, six months for One
Dollar. It's columns nre nlways open for anything that will Interest the family and
prove elenn readable matter for society In general. We want all sorts of personal nnd
social news, and such fn,vors when pnoued over 253 or left at the omVe will be thank
fully received. You nre cordially Invited to visit our ofilce frequently.
WkSSRI. PitltXrtNG COM'AiVl,
1136 N STREET.
Mother Goose Rhymes, 37c worth 75c
Complete line Cortlcclli Wash Rope
Embroidery and Knltllng Silk all the
Newest Shades nt Popular Prices.
too Yard Spools Linen Thread only 5c
orth 10c. Guaranteed to be the
always take pleasure In showing these goods
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