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CAPITAL CITY COUKIKU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1H01
ttft pwnllur mnllin. tl It ftfitllr rf(ril
from tfttllU, tniltllrtii, Mniultskc, lck,
rirlrw, Jimlr lleriki) anil nllirr well
known nml mOiiuMo twUMn rrmrttlM, ljr a
pwtilUr romhlnillon, ptvpM'n" ami prect-M,
(Ittnglo Hood's. 8.tritpiilll riiMllvo power lint
omiiM l)jr oilier nirillrlnpt. Il rltcelt ttnrk.
abloctirr. wlirio oilier prcimmlloiu foil.
It U10 toit IiIchhI tiutlnrr t-ffetn tfi iilll. U
tillrlc rtctr Imimilljr, suit ciirr HrrnfuU,
811 lllivnin. Unlit, I'lmi-lr. nil llnnimi, lj.
lptU, Itllloiunpn, Hick Urnitrtctir, ImllRctlloii,
0 iictnl DrMllljr, OtAttli, llliriiinalLiii, Ulilliny
ill.lftromillnU,rrrnnn' ttil HrisJ frnl
hip, f tlPt mi nxllli. l l'UlM up Ilia tjilrin.
IUi met pofiilliir mill liiiwfllplnl mere" nl
home Such tti Imtiiiiik ll i-oiml.irlty hi I-hhpII,
Mum., xlirrn II l IiiaiIp. Ilit wlwlii licldilof
Imxlt mo Inking II l llm ini lhn. LimtOl
iltnpsI'lK ll iih'TO f lliVi JUimisuIIIs llin
of nil nllur MtilH f '"d I'litWcu.
RiiMliyiltiiKtsUU. llitorr. I'rrriirr.loiiljrl'r
ft I, HOOD A 00 Aillirrlf ti IwpII, !,
100 Dosos Ono Dollar
Full Dress Suits,
Full Dress Vests,
Christy's London Hats,
"1 Imvc ulwavn licanl that Mr. Cox'k
Shoes were the most elegnnt ami best fit
ting made. I know now from exp Tlcnee
what thev are ami whenever I want any
more Shoe I will net tome of the vcrv
BRISCOE, "The SboemaQ."
A 15 Gent Shave
FOR 10 CENTS
BURR : BLOCK.
A A pamphlet o( Information andftlKV
A.urmct of tha lwi,ibuwln llow luV
. Obuln I'ntnnti, Cnrenm Tnule
HkMnrki, Ooprrtchu, Mnl f-W
I bjiu.M' Miii-r of Wutftv'H 7wr
Address nil eoiuiiiiiiiic.UlniH direct 10 lli union
WlCHNlCI, I 'WINTINO CO,
Courier KulMlnK, ll:UN Hired.
I Wkhhki., .III., Editor nml Hole Pinpiletnr.
V ,1 HVIINKN, AnwiK'Inlil Editor.
suiinmii'rioNi One Year by Mull or Carried
1Y, Hit Months, flmiiTlin'ii Months, We.;
Olio 11. mill JOlViit tnviintlily III Advance.
AiiVKiiTlxKMKNTn: Utiles fiiriiNliiil on nppllc illisi
nl llieofllce. Hpm'lnl rnli-nnn TlinnCoiilriioit.
'oHTitinirnoNs: Hlmrl spicy sltclrheit, hiiis nml
Mnrii solicited, IVrwiiinlnml His-lnl notes sre
I'mntinii: V mnkt a iHH'lnlly of Fine I'rlnlliiK
In nil II brunches. HiM'lilv work n specialty.
Klllcred lltllin I'ostollleo Of tilut'llll-,
it second class iiiiiIIit.
POPULATION OP LINCOLN,
IN TIIK MIHIAKY.
Aliilicw I,nK,'lii fiiinoiiniiutlioi', linn ills
nniiM'i on Unit iniicli iiiiiIIkihiI l'Iiihs known
Hit Itoynl HiuIiiii'mk, tint I'rlnci'M, llont rlc,
Iiiih liiunliiUil tlm 'Ail vent iircn In tlm l.lfn of
Count (Iioi'ko AllM'rl of Krlmi'li,' from tlm
(lei mini of III' IC111II Krinii, Mini Morllincr it
Wrlfonl will iiiIiIIkIi It In IliU country.
Mr, Itlcliiinl Iiihi ('lliiilil('iili'iin'), vi-torin
Jdurimllst nml ono of tlm ivirllwteotitrlliiito n
to tlm Critic, In hiiIiI to I hi writing n coiiiirt
liciiolvorritlclxiu of Auinrlcnu lifo anil hint I
tutloiiH, to Ui C11II.-.I 'Tlm HimiHiiI Chllil or
tin Nut loin.'
Mr, Whlttliir wnnwiilMlKliltil with 'Krl.Mnl
Ollvln' ni It aiNinnl aerially, Unit hn Iiiin
written to Mix llnrrto cxiuvNi IiIh iti'tonni.
nation to iviiiI it nnuln In lunik form. 'I
umrvi'li'il,' ho writi-H, ut Hn mtiulralilii Mir
tniltuni of tlm oiirly Quiikrrn niiiltln'lrtlini".';
Mini iuIiIh! 'An n (Jimkrr I lirnrtily tliiiuk thro
Mr, Jauii'H Ijuiii A lion of ICcntucky, In ct
tliiK ii'inly 11 rollivtlou of IiIn tnlot for iulill
entloii In tlm irliiK. Ho In tUKiignl upon u
uovi'l of Kentucky life, which will Imieiuly
foriiulillciitlnli in IW'J, Keutucky'N centen
nial your, Mr. Allan linn iiiiiilo u cIomi htuily
if tlm wh'IaI nml Killticiil hlMory of Inn nu
I'Vw iKNikn that liavo reachotl thin olllcc in
veiim will compnro In Imiuly of Minimum
In tyKiiipliliiil woik, witli tlm Illmi liixik
lecently InhikmI liy 1'iank N, K. Urirof Oiuii
I111. The Iniok coutiilnt 11 IM of iinmtK of
te.ullnt; moi In Omiih'i, Lincoln inni other
N'clmiftkn town, Iiu'IuiIIiik'. luiwcver, in tlio
InI ('oiui' II IIIiiITn. It luriilhlicN imuicsof
hut llvii thoiiMiml lioiiBo keeperii, witli iitrivt
iiiiiuIh'I', etc. It inn viilualiln hook ofrofei
uco to miiko up a unllliu lint, us well ns n
very excellent meillum from which to pro
cure ndilio-KCM for mallliiK clruulnrH nml oth
er mutter that rcitilrt)4 a lint of ileilruhlu
Jiiiuii Tlm IkhiU ia Uiiiitiful plecoof lit
miitine mid 1111 orniinu'iit tunny llhrnry or
pnrlor. It may 1m neon or puicli.ixtil nt Tiik
Tlu) rittlit to explore the situ of undent Del
hi Iiiin at liint Ihmmi hcouiisI to America, Tlm
Couunittee of MuuaKcrii of the Americnu
School ofClatiical Htudlet at Allien met on
NnvcinW -I nt Columhlti CoIIckc, nearly nil
tlm colloKcn niipHirtluK tht) kchnot licliiK rcp
nitcntetl. l'roftwwiir l'oliuul of llrown Unl
ventlty wan cIiomi tllrector for tlm ciihuIiii;
I year, to Niiccctsl I'rofefior Orrln, ami f5,(kk
wnn appropriated to carry on tlm work of tlm
school for tlm next your.
Thoitmi Halk'v Alilrlch lutcuiU tliirlti tlm
coining year to wrltti a mimher of nhort stor
rliw eiioiiKh, HrhaMi, to make n comMiulou
volume to 'Marjorlu Daw, and Other Talen.'
Hu will alno write hoiiio piihi-hoii travel, and
will iNwnlbly llnd on his hand another liook
in the manner of 'Worn roukaio to Penth,'
Two more chapter will completu a little
tMHik about old 1'ortntt'outh a UiIiik Mr.
Aldrii-h linn long hoen meniiltiK to do. An to
poems, ho never maken any plaint. He writes
a ventu only when It Inlstn on being wi itten,
ami never work at all excepting in hli idle
"Tlio author who han wares worth rcIIIhk
hn only hlmnelf to hlamn if ho In nnuccesi
ful when no many pulillnherH are competing
for his inerelmndiM. Like other nrtlxtn. hu
In seldom a man of business, though publish
em know that he Is sometimes ipilte sulllc
lently shrewd. The end of the matter In that
llteiature In nu art, with all the plensuios and
nilvautaKen of till art to net off UKitiiist tlm
poverty and the uncommercial character of
tlm at list. He makes many friends among
Ids readers; he may win his share of fame or
notoriety, he is happy in his labor; andj
venture to think that, It he chooses, he need
not he underpaid. And ho can alway 8 grum-
urn in i no Americans."
"One Ims very little sympathy with audi.
urn who grumble nt tho publisher' getting
iiissiiine. iienm nm niakotho liook; true,
but he made it H)ihle. You cannot get on
without him. His life Is rar more laborious
than your, lie Is mowed un in I'nternoster.
row. or wherever It may In, all the beet part
of tho day, summer or winter. You, If you
choose, are on ti.e moors, or the links, or by
tho riverside, or, at worst, in your own
ktudy, while he is in mi ofllce, answering lot
tern and making his life tedious with ostl
mate ami accounts. Tho author may lie In
Bamoaor In Lochalier, while the joor pub
lisher may tie in Imdon, tolling for tho
author and hit brethren. Of course, ho may
make more money than tho author (though I
never heard yet of a publisher who became
as rich as a lucky speculator in mineral or
nitrates, whatever they may lie); but his life
is far from being so enviable as that of tho
scribbler. Tho iiceewful author nevd onvv
nolnxly in the Torld; tho unsuccessful author
has his compensations, while I do not see that
tho unsuccoisful publisher has nnything of
the kind, Tho author who gets much less
than hU share Is probably tho victim of his
own vanity, carelessness, or indifference."
Tho liest and rarest tlyo to color tho lienrd
HrtMii or Illack, ns nmy l deidrod, Is Buck
nglmm's Dyo for the Whiskers. It never
Safety Machine Fur. Sale.
I havo a new safety, latest patent that I
will sell cheap for cull. Machine cost 'J5
rui I I will sell U for fU5, Call on Kdsur
Wcsm;! at Couhikh otllce.
No. .IIB. What In II?
It dogs your footsteps nil the tiny,
Anil inliiilrN uvcry miitloii;
It klircU Ih-nIiIo iiii wIicii you irny,
Ah inocklii j our devotion.
'TIm now Im'IiIihI, now U'fort-,
Willi inli'ii uniti'Miiiiiitiit tuillc;
Diinit'.i 011 i'IHiiu or mi Moor,
Llki1 iicriilinl Kono fninllc.
A kIiiiiI or n ihvurf In Iu-IkIiI.
No unipon woiiikIh or rc'iitls It;
TIioiikIi il'irk llerlf It dwclU In Unlit,
Anil only iliirkncHH cniln It.
No. Mill.-I'lclorlnl Miinii'rlriil llolKiiut.
touM that day kjl,mWJowiuniwj jwT
jra it j;. T.
The answer, consist Inn of t hlrt v let lorn, is
a couplet relut lug to windy went her. St
No. II'.MI. Itlii mini; llimlile Aerostle,
My llrht ii Khoti mutt mirely bo reckoned.
A Nebrasknn city It my necond.
A ahlp It lost for wimi of my third.
My fourth It In the hkippltiK herd.
If ii mistpcut life you would not ruo
You mutt primult nml llualn do.
No. il'JI. lliuir UIiim.
o o o o O ri o o o
o o o O o o o
o o O o o
o O o
o o o
o o o o
I. To outweigh.
from Kurope. 0.
o o o
o o o o
'J. Finished. .1. Im
i. A trillu. r. Letter
A spring of mineral
Utile. 8. One of tho parts of
l Pertaining to Norwny. Cen-
trnis An animal.
No. 3'4'J. Knny llelieuilllIK.
1. Behead u large bundle and leave rt bev
erage. 'J. Behead custom and leave it man
of wisdom. II. Behead not any and leave it
unit. 4. Behead part of a ship and leave a
nnakellke llsh. Ii. Behead a church festi
val occurring In the spring and leave a
flower. 0. Behead to contend in running
anil leave n unit. 7. Behead it shelter ami
leave n bower. 8. Behead angry and leave
it llxed allowance U. Behead thetlrstnf
thu six mechanical powers and leave al
ways. 10. Behead it series of steps and
leavo a venomous serpent.
The la-headed letters will spell the name
of it place famous In American history.
No. 3S3. Curlulliiientn.
1. Curtail it platform and leavo an ani
mal. '2. A plant and leave to Incline.
3. A kind of food ami leave a nian'a
No. 3U4. Number In AnHgrum.
t. Wo let V, 5. Next Is K,
2. Thin tree, 0, Seen Kvent,
3. Fortune K, 7. Ho tinge K,
4. Fife net, a Nu tine no.
No. 333. Hidden Statei.
1. "A Foregone Conclusion" is tho name
of one of Hnwells' bonks.
2. Ho gave him n protocol, or it document
written on parchment.
3. It la said a hoy den makes tho best of
I. "Strong as a horse" It often said, but
a horse has less endurance than a man.
5. Ho was given to dogma lu early life,
tut became more liberal with years.
0. Tho ship was drawn into tho vortex ns
It approached too near tho fatal coast.
Key to the I'unler.
No. 309. Unfinished Rhymes: Short,
bought; youth, truth; laud, strand; years,
apHurs; crown, down; boon, noon; op
No. 310. Word Charades! t. Pot-luck.
2. SM.'urmtnt. 3. Wormwood. 4. Toll
some, ft. Yard-wand. tl. Cut-purse.
No. 311. Numerical Enigma: Robinson
No. 312. Illustrated Rebus: "Men ara
but children of a larger growth."
No. 313. Geographical Acrostic- Afri
ca. I. Alps. 2. Florence. 3. Rhine 4. In
verness, ft. Canada, tl. Albion
No. 814. A Cluster of Diamonds: I.
I. D. 2. Sip. 3. Spare. 4. Diamond. 5.
Proud. r End, 7. D. II. I. S. 2. Saw.
& Strap 4. Sanllus. ft. Waist. 0.
Put. T. S. III. I. P. 2. Sea. 3. Pearl.
4. Ari. 5. L. IV. 1. T. 2. Top. 3.
Topaz Pan. 6. '.. V. t. A. 2.
Arc. J. Agato. 4. Etc. ft. E. VI. 1.
U. 2. Her. 3. Beryl. 4. Rje. ft. I
No. 315. Floral Anagram: Petunias.
No. Illti, Cross word Enigma: Juniper,
No. 317 -Decapitations: F-tisk, T-rick;
T-ar, K-nab, M-ore, L-outh.
nu-) it ithii.
IlJ.men brniiuhtn friend with him.
"(lot a very hiiniWniiu' pliiee," remarked
his friend us tliey ilitnv near llm house.
"Own It prohablyr"
"No," HJoni-t replied Koomily, 111
never have tho luck to own a plaro llko
thai; I lent It."
"My tlio way," wild bin friend after u
mnmcnt'M piuno, "who llvct In that funny
little Iioiim) In your hick yardr"
"That 'a the man I tent from." Mil
.Mrn, lloneyton Are those hoiiiii of tho
tlKars I Kino yotif
lloneyton - Yen.
Mr, lloneyton How are they?
lloneyton -They urn of the kind that. It
it belter to nlvo than to receive. Harper'
Itookn nn They Ale Named.
Minn Murle Correlll neinls us tho follow
Iiilc list of I'ligllsh novels us they appear
printed In the circulating library cataloguu
nt Vevey, .Switzerland;
Kiivunagh'H "I)Vun yenni and other
"Too Miiiiuit not to 1ms Two."
Mnt. Hoey'H "Oohlo Sorron."
Illack' "Shu adventures of a IMiuy
thrm." Trollope'M "Ho knu ho was ItlKt."
Mr. Craik'M "Ills littl mother nml other
Mr-.. Mawhall'M "Llfu'H Afternmtoh."
Forbes' "SodieriiiK ami Scrlbbiug."
Motley's "(ianeo nt the Pabst of KukINIi
Bret llarte'M "Tuiikfnll Bnssoni."
"Notes from tlio pockit-bouh of an opium
"Alio creuks puvs" ("Hu Who Breaks,
"llow to be Lappy Ahouuh inarrier"
("How to lie Happy though Married").
St. .lames (iu.ette.
The Wrung Man.
When D.iu Heard had been engaged to
design the illustrations for Mark Twain's
lust book, "A Yankee in King Arthur's
Court," ho wroto to Mr. Clement, unking
what Instructions ha wished to give. Mr
Clement, a few days later, shambled into
Mr. Benril's studio.
"Mr. Beard" (oh, if thu types could only
reproduce that drawl of hitl), "Mr. Beard,"
he said, '"If somebody should como to ntu
and say, 'Clement, I want you to write u
story for me,' I'd say, 'All right, I'll write
astory-for you.' But If somelhidy should
come to me and say, 'Clement, hero's it
story I want you to wrlto for tue,' and
tliuu should lH.-gili to tell me the story, I'd
say, 'Hold on, you blamed fool, you don't
want to hire me; you want to hire a typo
Tills, Mr. Beard says, wus thu extent of
lust met lout given by Mr. Clemens. An
The Last Itello.
"Madam," said thu bearded stranger,
"ten years ago your son ran away to seA
and has never been heard from since. All
thesu years you have waited. When hu
left you declared that you woukl know
lames by thu wart on his neck."
"Can it bo possible," exclaimed thu poor
widow, "that you uro my long lost son?
"Hold on a minute," Interrupted the
stranger. "I am not your son, but I havo
got that wart lu this carpet hag, and the
price to you will bo$iV" New York Kveu
Working Into the Spring.
Housewife Will you clean oil' this snow
Housewife Well, after you havo cleaned
off thu front walk and stups I shall want
you to make a nice path down to the well
and through thu orch ird, clean olT thu cel
lar doors, and then bring up thu water from
the well and a few buckets of coal from
Boy And then, mu'ittu, I suppose you'll
want to hnvuyour grass cut? Now York
111 mil Cil'titillils.
"Do you think you will gain your law
suit?" asked (Jut Smith of Col. Yerger,
who had been run over by a lire engine and
was suing the city r.f Austin for damages.
"Yes, I think 1 11 rvmiu out ahead."
"Hat your lawyer given you grounds to
"No, hut I have given him grounds to
think so, I've deeded him two lots on
Austin nvenuu as a fee." Texas Sittings.
Lack of C'tilllltleilte.
Miss Novelette-You say that Do Wag-
stick wat a great poet, but ruined by his
Mist Passion pen Yet, hu would write
thu most soul lnsplringven.es, but his ex
treme tlillideucudid not give him the neces
sary confidence, and hu used to sign Swiu
burne's namu to tlium. New York World.
Watt Wonder why they always call a
Potts Mitylsj it it on account of thu hor
rible noise it makes when it tries to
whistle. Indianapolis Journal.
Tlm Proper Arronipanlnieot.
Cltycus Sliooting good around here?
Rusticus Wall, ye-e.t. I reckon it's as
good here as anywhere else, if you've
brought your target along with you -Week's
Signs of Dentil,
Bellows What makes you fear your son
out in Colorado is dead?
Fellows (with a fcluli)- lie hasn't written
for money for near a month. Thu Epoch.
"What experience as au electrical expert
have )ou had?"
"I've been struck by lightning." 1'he
Mr '"'J ,
1109 0 ST.
Vc arc offering sonic Special Bargains in
Napkins and T .wefe..
Our Special Gloak and Dress Goods Sale
Will be continued another week.
This is the Season of the year when
COAL is KING
when Competition is Close and Everybody has the
best. Then is thu time to go direct to Headquarters.
You need a supply for the Wintur and as now is the
time to buy, why not call on
BETTS St WEHVER
and sec 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.
1204 and 1206
WALNUT Block and Nut
IOWA Block and Nut
MISSOURI Block and Nut
KANSAS Block nml Nut
&tZi1 i nrrxi rt."$SffJSi ft
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform J No Kther ! No Gas I
A Pull Set of Teeth on Rubber for $5.00.
All Fillings at thu Lowest Kates.
I)R H K KFRMAN Rooms 94. 95. 9Mwr Kiock,
Ul. 11. l. lL.lmm, LINCOLN, NEB
QlaYj3X A tat any
At at any
The New Realistic Novel
"HER HUSBAND'S FRIEND,"
-11 ALBERT ROSS.
'I he Latckt out lv this famous author.
THE GOTHAM, uoi
Office, 1 18 south 1 ith st.
0' Street Burr Block
' lm?SJX;fliK V
COAL -:- COAL
I will Sell One Ton
Pennsylvania - Anthracite
At the Yard for $9.60.
M . L. Tr ester.
ARC ELS, ETC.
H'AA'E VOU UP
hour to iiuilte thu early trains
Ket your mall
from postolllee, etc.
Open Day and Night I
Telephone 190. Ollice, S. W. cor. loth and O.
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