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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890
Madame A. Ruppert
For Removal of all Skin Blemishes.
Mrs. E. C. Rcwick, Agent
mi (1 Sheet, Or,
Foreman & Crowe,
114 Smith nth St.
lilt t fc
33 -A.fcT ,IC ,
John II. Wrllil, Pros. T. K. Hondors, .-l"
J?!!. McOliiy. Cashier.
Tho Cochran K
I'' L Hholdon.
General IlnnktiiK Rulitcs Transacted.
A B lUymond, II V U,
1 1 n i u i f wii"" 1 v (
OIBm, 1704 M Street.
Uhronlonnd aoiitodlsonsns of women nnd
chlldron. Will t)) nt Opclts Hotel I Wo, ties
day ami Thursday of oaoli wook. Will trout
illlllcult mul complicated oases sont to tlio
Ofllcc Hour 8 to u n. in.,' to 7 ! '
MOWS' THE TIME
TO PLACE YOUH OHDKR FOIl
Where they will receive prompt attention
And skillful workmanship. Cnll on
S. E. MOORE,
and ice hU line o Fine Paper Hangings,
1134 O STREET
Sole Agency for
The Sherali-Wllllatns Co.'s Paint.
MRS. DR. EDDY,
Can be Consulted In nil Affairs of l.Hc.
HI Mouth Twelfth Ht Uoom I. Zohrung
lllock, LINCOLN, NHII.
It I astonishing with whnt success Mrs. Dr.
Eddy In meeting. Her rooms uro iilmiyH
crowded. A grc nt many business people uro
teitlna hcrnlillltyni n business advisor nnd
own themselves both mysltllcd md satisfied
with tho results. Cnllou thlswnndortul mo
dlum mul bo convinced, lly her advice who
guarantees uccos In business nnd all nil'nlr
fllfo. Send stamp for Illustrated circular.
Thai has aver used tho
1), L liovo Is In HU Paul, Minn.
A, II, Weir U In Tonkn, ICminnii.
II, M. Roll linn gono,to Minneapolis.
Fred Howo spent Huiidty In Onmlm.
J. Ihish linn returned from the south.
II. J, Sanders Is visiting In Milwaukee
A. AI. Ilnlnl has returned from Denver,
0. 1!. Yntos Ims gone to Newcastle, Wyo.
Jioiiln Meyer has gone to Do Muluts, lown.
Mis. Kiiium K I)'e Is In Emporia, Knnsns
O.H. Messing Ims gono to Hnrrlsburg, Vn.
I. A. Woltou Is vMtmg In (lulvoston, Tex.
Mis lC II I e Hteoii retmiieit Monday from Ht.
Miss llattln IaiwI left Tuesday for Heard,
Col. mul Mrs, K, II, Ilydn have gono to
N. U, Chrlstcusoii left Wednesday for Ash
Iluv. mid Mrs. J. II, Honors left Tuesday
(loo. A. HovboMt U visiting his ranch ill
Mrs. Jatnoi A. Kleth of Oiiiiilin, Is visiting
f i lends In tills city.
Councilman McLaughlin went to Dos
, 0. A. Churchill departed Wednesday for
Han Antonio, Texas,
Mr. nnd Mrs, V, F, Hocso havo boon in
HprliiRlleU, III., this week.
Mrs. A. Htirltjiitmid Mrs. W. W. Holmes
nro xlsltlng fi lends In UIiIciiko.
Miss Nannie Allen left Monday for Al
llituee, Nob., to visit lier sister,
Mrs. Flshbaek Is entoitnlnlng Mis. Will
iam McAllister of (Irand Island,
Mm k II. Tllton left Wednesday on n trip
tluougli tlio soullivrn part of the statu.
J. K. Cobltoy of Beatrice, lectured ut tlio
Centi ill law college Tliurlay uvuiiIiik.
Mlrn Aiiulo Ilayerof Dayton, Ohio, Is visit
lug Miss Jenulo Wliltmoru of 'J.W, I. street.
Mlsi, Clara Carmody lias leturncd from
a pleasant visit In Ht. I,oul and Kansas
Mis, A. K. Jausvii departed Tuosdny for
Houston, Texas, where slio will spend the
Miss Cnrrlu Alien, organist at the Holy
Trinity rlmrcli, left for her homo, In Ut. Ixmls
The ludloHot tlio l'lyinoiith CoiiKregationnl
church gave nil enjoyable nutiipio social last
The editor of tho CauuiKii has been In Chi
cago this week In tlio Interest of the Christ
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Q. Hell entertained Mrs.
John Kills and Mrs. Marlam Kwlngotlle
ntllcv, this week.
Kdltor Ulbou has moved tho Omaha Lul
rr to Lincoln. It will be consolidated with
tho AVie ItfjmbUe.
Mist Wlnlleld Miller, who has Ikhmi visiting
Mrs. J. T, Mai tin, left for her home in Lau
iii k, 111., Widnesday.
Mr. and Mrs 0. K. llalcook who have been
residing ut Portland, Ore., for soiuotlmu
hao returned to Lincoln.
Mrs. William Hayues of Uriiud Island, is
visiting her brother, Itev. Otorgo AV. Ishaiu,
of the Urace M. 1!. church.
Miss Kuiiula Warner, Lincoln's jiopiil nr In
Htructrers In daiielng, is teaching cIiisnos nt
Pawnee City and Wymoro.
Mrs, 11. .8. Millard Is entertaining Mr and
Mrs. K, K. Orciiut of Massachusetts. Mrs.
Oreuut Is tin foru-.er's sister.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ciiselwer nro entertaining the
Misses Mmy mid llird KUIson mid Fannlo
Cncebeer of Fort Wnyne, Ind.
Mm. Mary Ijiutioy, Mrs. K. A. Felton,
Mrs. A. Hitchcock, and Mm. 0. M. Wood,
wuid left for Atlanta, Tuesday.
Frel Hlldfbrandt, formerly chef of the
Capital hotel, has iissumeil the control of the
Hotel Ideal on Fourteenth street.
Lieut. H. 8. Dudley who has been visiting
fi lends in this city for several days, started
for Fort Leavenworth, Wednesday.
An enjoyable so:lal was given Tuesday
uvenlnit under tho auspices of tho Y. P. . C.
K. of the Christian church, ut the residence
o( Mr, nnd Mrs. Qeoigu K. lllgelow.
Tlw testimonial conceit given to Mr. nnd
Mrs. O 11. Howell, of the conservatory of
music, nt Fuuko's oiiera house Tuesday oven-
lug, was an enjoyable occasion and was well
Mr. and Mr. L. W. Terry, Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens, Miss Urace Mandln and Miss Van
Ness, tlio tnlMlonnry, were given n very
pleasant reception nt University Pisco Tues
day evening by Mr. and Mrs, L. O, M. Bald
win, Frank C. Kehiung and mother left
Wednesday for Chicago. They will tptmd
tho latter part of the mouth ut different
points in lown, returning to this city about
I. A. Torrens, the well known mimical
conductor has removed from Toledo, Ohio, to
Oimthn. Ho proposes to give letnons lu volco
culture to young ladles desiring to join tho
chorus for the May festival, In this clty,every
At the nnnual meeting of the Lincoln Medi
cal Hociety Tuesday evening the following
officers were clecteI for tho ensuing year:
President, Dr. Wlnnett: secretary, Dr. Holy-
okej treasurer, Dr. Case beer;exccutlve board:
Drs. Norton, Moore and Kverett,
liinni iiinii1i.il. nf frlim1 Wi'ilnemlnv evening. I
lier iilrthilay Music and giuiics woiu In
dulged In and a plriisnut titno was had.
Mr. and Mrs, Ifc W. Pomeino cnteitalnol
the following guests nt their homo list oven
lug in honor of tho Kuvcntli annlveiwu-y of
their hiarrlagMi Mr. nod Mrs. (I, H, Ilald
win, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W HiiMnln, Mr. and
Hayiirsnud daughter of Uroston, lown, Miss
Wndn nud others.
The rotlrenuintof Mr, Joseph Pulitzer from
tho management of tho New York H'oWif.
on account of his health, Is a sad result of a
very glent success. Mr Pulltrer Is still n
young mail iilHJiitforlyfour jenrs old and
until very i reentry has ciijoytd great bodily
vigor. His untiring energy and his devotion
to tho great propel ty which he has built up
nro tho causes of all illness which makes it
absolutely uucofsary that ho should retire for
n time, from participation In the IiiikIiich
cale of hlsuowspiiM'r. Theiohavo boon few
more romantlo careers than that of tho man
who tlility year ago landed In this country
without n friend or n dollar or tho ability to
ss'ak thn language of tho eopto among
whom ho found hlinsflir. In thattlmoha has
inado for himself a reputation as n writer
and speaker of Kngllsh, ho has been elected
to congress, and ho Is the proprietor of a
now simper from whoso solos holms erected
n building on tho site of tho hotel which re
fused him hospitality In tho days of his iov
orty. This proorty, valued nt moro than
f.U,000,)00, Ims W-oii paid for from tlio proilt
of tho H'orM newspaper us tho building pro.
grossed, Mr. Pulitzer Is not blind. Ho has
lost otia oye, and tho other Is Impaired. The
chances nro, howover, that It will bo saved.
Ho expects to sjiondttio winter In Now York,
in nlMoluto rest, knowing nothing of tho
ernes of business, enjoying tho pleasures nud
tho comforts of his beautiful homo on Fifty
seventh street. If ho follows tho programme
laid out for him his physicians promlso him
Harry C. Patterson, Into manager of Ilrnd
street's Lincoln olllce, who was called to
Philadelphia n few weeks ngo by tho sudden
death of his father, will not return to this
city, having accepted n position with the
J, M. Millspaugh who died at Terrace,
Utah, last Hunday, was prior to his depart
ure, ono of the most respected young busi
ness men In this city. Ho was n man of
noble character and high attainments, nud ho
was hold lu tho greatest regard by all w ho
know him. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs.
Millspaugh in her ncrenvomout.
Winter Is roiiilinr mid It Is but fair to ro-1
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sale the laigost and moil, complete, stock of
blankets In the city. Put then Lou lo Meyer
ti Co. havo ovei yllilnit In the way of lancral
iiieri'hnudbe, drr gcxsls, notions, grtcoilos,
etc. Their Mock lu all tlio various lines Is
carefully selected by Mr. Meyer hlmVlf, and
lion hero In the city can a better u'korlinent
Ih) found. At this store jou iironlwny suro
nf obtaining the most tellable goods nt tho
most rnisoimblo prices. Honest dcnlliirf lias
given this tlriu nn lminrno patronage anil
their tindo Is constantly Inci easing. Ito
member tho store of Louie) Moycr fi Co, on
Tenth street for any thing In the way of gen
eral men haudlso.
ilontillful lino of Tea downs Just opened at
J. Mauritius & Co,
It Is the duty of every woman to bo bo-iutt-'
fill. It Is n part of her function to ndd color
to tho Hombreness of the dally routine of busi
ness life. It is Just as much a woman's duty
to mnko herself attractive ns It u inaiiV to
behave as n gentleman, nud tho woman who
neglects her own iipionrance does not do her
whole duty. Nature does not bestow her fa
vors with an iuiaiilal hand; but it is In
every woman's power to Ih) beautiful. Mrs.
Uervalso Uraliam of San Francisco, the cele
brated authority on the complexion, has
made It possible for the plolust woman to
rival nature's most bountiful gifts. Hoc
preparations, simple and harmless, cover tho
whole Held of woman's beauty. They luio
only to bo applied to demonstrate their elil
cacy. Mrs. M. T. Patterson, sister of Mrs.
T. P. Quick of Lincoln, has as manager,
oened nn elegant "Covmetlc Iloudolr" nt
AM South Kloveuth street, for the sale of
Mrs, (Iridium's famous piepnrittlons. She
has also associated with her Miss Hoso Nlig
out of Chicago, who will give special atten
tion to hair dylrg, the manicure's nit, hair
dressing, bleaching, stimiiKoiiig, and the ar
rangement of toilettes for evening paitles.
It Is u most complete establishment and has
already becomo very popular 1th the la
dies. Among the many articles on sale may
bo mentioned, Cucumber nud Elder Flower
Cream to take the place of soap nud water,
Oriental hair the, Illoudlnc, faco bleach,
kosmeo, powders for every completion, de
pilatory paste for the removal of supeitluous
hair, enamel, tooth pawder, aeno cure for
pimples, black-heads, etc., vegetable sjrup
for the blood Our ladle should visit theso
beautiful parlors, A specialty will bo made
of prepitilug the toilettes for the charity
Miss Johnston's hair empoiliim Is head
quarters for Hang Cutting, Curling and
HhaiiiK)iig, New fashion plates showing
latest design in collfuios, bangs, etc. Cnll
and sco tho new styles.
You will want n new hat soon and T. Mil
tonbergor of the now Huston Clothing House
KKI1IO street wniits to sell It to you. His line
omhincoH everything new and nobby lu both
stllT nud soft hats.
An elegant llemniipio proof etching, nice
ly framed, only fll nt Cinncor's, iil'2 South
Indies should visit Miss Johnston's hair
eniorlum. Her new lino of hair ornaments
nro now all hi ami in tho stock Is n U'autlf ul
lino of genuine, shell ornaments both carved
and plain, cut steel, and others of gold.
Theso goods must bo seen to 1k appreciated.
II. P. Sherwln, 1121 O street, has a present
for every ono of his customers Hint cannot
fall to bo appreciated. Ho will glvo to every
customer a lino crayon picture made from
any photo that Is desired nud it will not cost
you a cent, Cnll In nt Ids drug nud shoo
store and sco how it is done, 1134 0 sticot.
A prominent physician nnd old army sur
goon In eastern Iowa, was called nwny fiom
homo for n few da) s; during his absence ono
of tho children contracted a novel o cold and
Ids wlfa bought a bottlo of L'hamttorlnlu's
Oough Homed y for It. They were so much
pleased with tho remedy that thoy afterwnnls
used several bottles nt various times. Ho
said, from his experience with it, ho regards
it as tlio most reliable preparation in uso for
colds and that it came tho nearest being a
Aeelllo of any medicine ho had eve.- seen.
For salo by A. U Blinder.
Tho Lincoln Steam Laundry having re
cently changed hands nnd tindorgoue many
Improvements is now In-ttcr than over pro-
jmretl to execute work In tlo very best man
ner, promptly and at iopular prices. Mr.
A. W. Day tho now proprietor has adopted a
new and Improved procus for washing and
linndllng garments, by which no bleach'ng
or Injurious, materials are used: the lluest
fabrics such ns silks, luces, tlouncus, (lnuuels
or cotton goods are laiiudrled lu Itrst class
manner, without tho least damage. Ono tlla
will convince the most skeptical that the Liu
coin Steam Laundry does tho llnest work in
the city. All goods culled for nnd delivered.
Telephone OW x
Just as much enro should bo taken in cloth
ing thn foot as the hands or any other part of
the body. It Is of tho gtiatest importance
that the covering of the feet should ho com
fortable, and a neat stylish shoo counts for
as much In a man's appearance as u new suit
of clothes. Therefore It pajs to exercise
some enre lu the purchnso of footwear. In
other words it behooves ou to patronizo
Ilriscoe the shoo man. Ho lias tho tluvxt
stock of ladles, gentlemen's nud children's
shoes In the city, and ho makes n specialty of
style and lit, combined with durability. It
will p-ty you to cnll on Hrlscoo the shoo man,
lu the Exposition,
Wessel Printing Co.
1136 N STREET.
New Goods and
Don't be Tardy
Will be Picked
and Suits !
Lots of them, Beautiful Patterns and
First coiners will pick the ripest plums
remember that, $12 to $25; hardly a
clear way to tell you, but those are about
m A T
You can pleasantly answer that
ite: " Where did you get that
When you've bought ours
and saved an
A. Hurlbut & Co.
Cor. 10th and P Sts., Lincoln.
boxes, nil styles, Wessel
It the distinction of being' the Peer
WESSEL PRINTING CO., Agts.
"Ethel, you nro so contradictory I don't
know how to take you. You. can't mean
all you nay In your letter refusing to be my
"But 1 do mean every word of It."
"Then you are mine, trulyf" Harper's
now It Was.
Alice (sobbing) Oh, I shall die of grief I
That nwful Chnrloy Thompson won inj
heart and promised to marry mo, nnd now
now he snjs ho doesn't love mo any morel
Maudo Oh, I seer First ho wooed and
than he wooedn'tl Lowell Citizen.
Selling Hooks by Hiibsrrlptliiii.
Tho method of selling books by sillAcrlptlon
has many advantages over any other, nud le
dally growing In importance nud popultilty.
lly this method thonttentlonof tho pui chaser
Is culled to valuable books of w hlch he might
lemaiii in entire igiioraueo if tliey woio told
lu any other way It Is the most direct and
altogether tho most ocoiiumfeiiJ way to buy
IkkiUh, Hooks purchased at 11 retail book
store hno genorolly passed thtough tho
hands ot from ( wo tnfouv midillemrn, each
of whom must have a pi oil t.
7Vm llivevside lMlshing Co., SI Lmtfo,
Mo , otfciH profitable employment to all who
wish to eiigago In tho business. Experience
Is not necessary, but any lady or gentleman
with intelligence and Industry can make u
success of tlio worth.
Their publications nro first class, Just such
books asour young people nnd our older eo
nle should lend: books that tend to mnko In
telligent men and women; Isooks that tench
people things thnt they ought to know; such
books as a splendid family liiblc, which Is in
ltelf n perfect cyclopedia of biblical knowl
edge. IltdiMlVs IIMoru of the United
State is another splendid liook;a sale of over
! 100,(11 K) copies scks loudly in favor of its
great worth. The I'roitlc' Cyeloiteiliu of
Univermd Knowledye Is another woik that
has carved Its way to a wonderful success,
100,000 copies of this splendid cyclopedia,
made and edited especially for the masses,
hnvd been sold, nud tho side Is still very
They also handle tho lied letter Life of
the Ilrpublte Stanley Explorations In Africa.
The Pioneer History ot America; People's
Farm nnd Stock Cyclopedia; The Physical
Life of Hoth Sexes: Courtship, lxvo and
Wedlock, and History or tho Grand Army of
Altoinor spieiiiiui hook, averagmgni mux-ii
hundred sets n month, is Jlidiath,s Cyclope
dia of Universal History, 11 liook that Is
bound to Ihj rend by tens of thousands of
scholars, and by those who lay no claim to
scholarship, and who et love a clear,
straight toiwuid, uuderrtun bible record of
the great oeuts of the world's history. The
popularity ot this book Is something wonder
For further particulars, circulars, terms to
agents, etc., address,
.i,T -i' 1111 ' . Ji . .L .OffA
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'.A TPR1IFIC CKPLOJI
This is one of the effects of nn explosion of n charge of dynamite,
destructive affair. Houses came tumbllni' down, irlnss was shattered
It was a most
for miles and
The Hlverside Publishing Co.,
street, St. Louis, Mo.
H, Murphy sp?nt the week in Omaha.
Mr. W. A. Boland left for Holdredgo Mon
day, Mrs. 8. II. Stouer returned from Johns
own, Penn., Inst Thunnlay.
Mrs. Mllford and family ot Kene&aw.Neb.,
worn tho guests ot Mrs. O. O, Beams on
Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Epperson and family
leave on Sunday morning for Oalveston,Tox,,
to spend the winter.
Mrs. Geo. Hayncs nnd daughter of Creston,
Iowa, are the guusU ot Mrs. L.W, Pemerone,
at 1S3-I Washington.
Miss Hattle Keys, ot 1833 Cherry street.wlll
give a small party to her friends 011 Monday
evening In honor of her tenth birthday,
Sidney and Sadie Van Horn entertained a
few of their most intimate ft lends at their
home, 1IU9 Holme street, last oveuing,
the occasion being tho ninth birthday ot the
Mba Alice Lawrence, who resides on Euc
lid Avenue, was pleasantly surprised by a
X a rev Danger.
"Do ou think It safe for you to wear
k udckcrbockcrs, chnpplef "
'You might bo arrested for having no
visible means of supportP New York
Ho held ber band quite tenderly,
And pressed It now and then;
Bh blushed, and Itt him have his way,
As gtrl do with young men.
He put his arms around her waist.
And drew ber to ht side;
Of course, she could have got nwny
If slm had only tried
He slon ly raised her blushing face
And looked Into ber eyes;
Of course, 1 thought she would resliti
Hut, much to tny surprise.
Oht answered all hi looks of loe. ,
Aud goto hlui kiss for I.Ik
They're luurrivd now, and oh "I ould make
You sick to see their bliss'
Somen Wo JnuruflL
miles around and the bed went salllnj; through the ah. Of course the shock was tre-
iiiejidous;u woulil nave kllleil the young man In the Illustration, but for the fact he
slept in a bed purchased from A.T GKUETTER & CO. So far from killing him it
did not even disturb him ; he sleeps on serenely ns he soars in the clouds enjoving
that undisturbed repose which come to all whopurclintc beds from A. T. GRLIJTTI
ER & CO. Their slumbers cannot be broken. Ifou want to know what real rest U
go and purchase such a bed,
AUG. TH. GRUETTER & CO.
11 18 X STUUKT.
Lincoln St. Joe KnnsusClty. Through
.Sleepers mul 1'arlor Curs.
The day ot trausfont, changes and delays
between Lincoln, St. Joonnd Kansas City Is
over, the II. & M. having placed In service n
lino of combination sleepers anil parioi chair
cars that tor convenience, elegance and com
fort surpass any thing heretofore run between
those Klnts, The present schedule is as fol
lows: Leave Lincoln, 8:30 p. in. dally, arrive
in St. Joe ft:37 a. in., Kansas City 7:50 a. in.;
returning, leave Kuusas City UiPi p.m. dally,
St. Joe 11:45 p. m., arrlvo at Lincoln 7:50
These trains run via Beatrice, Wymoro and
Table Hock and make closo connections at
terminal points. The sorvlee Is really excel
lent and we can recommend It with much
confidence. Fin ther Information can bo ob
tallied ut union (I -pot or city olllce corner O
and Twelfth streets.
A. 0. Zikmkii,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
This is the Season of the year when
COAL is KING
when Competition is Close and Everybody has the
best. Then is the time to go direct to Headquarters.
You need a supply for the Winter and as now is the
time to buy, why not call on
BETTS St EHVER
and see their line and get prices. There you can get
;he pure article direct from America's greatest mines
noted for their purity and excellent quality.
Call up Phone 440.
Office 1045 O Street.
a. A.Mt. Hooks Very Cheap,
The.Wessel Printing Co. has several copies
of Col. Robert 15. Beal's well known history
of tho Orand Army of the Republic in flue
bindings which It will sell at 1.00 per vol
uniii. OrlRlnnl price, sold only on subscrip
tion, at tVi.OO. These liooks are fully illus
trated and complete in every detail. Call
and seo them.
HEN YOU WANT FINE JOB PRINTING
See the WESSEL PRINTING CO.
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