Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, April 18, 1891, Image 1
g! wSbKjsd . -.. js. ... jl KJv. m vm""'- .... i x . c's '"'"r1 OiO'U'ti'O'O.O'iU'U: "PoPallAR ENraVoP A9PliRN 'TIMES " Vol. O No. lO Lincoln, Nichwaska, Satukhay, Ai'kii. IH. ltJOl. l:,NICIC IIVIC OlCNTW ft. r.W.,,. . . -. V..7 .. ' ' ' ". jft'.l Vir I . JnM JCV I " I r J J l - - r - i i w -'. a. jiii.i. as a i f I n I 1 . ii M . . W frlH5fgsfciS2IIW'iSiif S,''i WtWift a ,Ki . f? A-o jaraaj i- y- i f. . i "'tv ii r. . .; ' !' ii vr af in i i. i iuii itim . KMT&Vt T-. -Pt-- -V;.hV r--v J ? " W.t,lPrK tw 'a.w-ij1.!. ritifu . - r v. : l r .r: au. - - u air.. m.di,'.'wwv-w-r yv .jj '..': -- "7 " sr s- rnvn. xmz.,wr .. . . vwiiNsw-mi a x W8aiMtBflfiR'''-nyr...? ..-. . W-H'Ji irasft&g r:&MMJ&ms&m aSftSI 'w' .. , ci 'ft WEgsmz&zsi--- "" -c-i-' -- s- jgiig.ir"'r " Tvnrrr3'- -y "y " ,, tWr1 - j wti j.. iiiniMni i Hill Nyo Is a success lis u humorous writer, Imt ns a lecturer ho U u delusion unit n frmul. Ills lectures, entertainments )' whatever ho dubs the anomalous Inltictlons In which ho apeurs for mo iniiiiy dollars a nlgdt arc Hold ing mora or loss than tho very tamo pre-ontn-tion of ii Imnoh of Nyo nonsense that IiiihIiooii running through tho p ttont Insldos of every ono dorso eountry newspaper for tho lust llvo or six years. Wore it not for Ills Journalistic roputatiou Hill Nyo would lo hootvil oil tho Rtngo. Ho MisHtKH)i Imt ono really clever trnlt on tho rosti urn ami that Is tho ahlllty of Imitating u school hoy or a 8chool gill doliver iliK ( ileclamntlon, Imt tlio stylo in whleh ho ilolivbrs tliesosoloctlonsaio no ximilar to hN own Individual stylo of elocution that imcou scloinIy ho caricatures himself, Mr. Ilur liank's readliiKM were a decided relief from Nye'H tnme recitations and wuro 111 f let tho innln font in es of tliu ovenlng'H eutertahuuent. AlthotiKh MiikkIo Mitchell is worth cloo onto a inllllou ilollarn tho following hIiovh how iirospority has duaifcil her heart: MIks Mary Krninpa of ICil 1'oplar avenue, l'ldlu dclphla has been working for Maggie .Mitch ell for f(l ht week, but lias lolt tho servico of "Fnnchon." According to tho story Miss Krampn told Mayor Cregfer of Chicago on Tuesday, Miss Mitchell sent her tho following letter, on tho strength of which tho engage ment wan entered Into: "I will glvo you j(i n week and pay nil expenses: in return I will expect you to teach and advance mo all you call in high German, mid take entire charge of my street and Ntago vtardrobo, dress my hair and wigs, see that my hotel and stage dressing rooms are kept in order, to bo al ways neat mid tidy, to always wear a whit apron and to attend to such other matters as may from time to time crop up." Overcome with tho burdens of her labors Miss Krampa was laid up with nervous prostration at Hurl lugtoii, mid because shu could not continue her duties, despite of Miles, Miss Mitchell abandoned her there. Through tho kindness of llurllngtou otllclalA, hhu says, she was for warded to Uhlcago. "My Aunt Bridget" entertained u liouso full of spectators on Wednesday evening. Tho play was almost devoid of plot but was chuck full of fun from beginning to end George W . Monroe played tho part of "Bridget," and his make-up as mi obese Irish female, his dialect and his comicalities of speech and manner, were sulliclent almost to force a smile on thvfacoof a graven linage. Every time "Aunt Bridget" appeared on tint stngo a roar of laughter was sure to follow. Mr. Monroe was ably seconded by John 0. Rice, as "I'. Alton McVeigh," mid in fact many preferred tho more rellnol fun of Hlcu to the broad drolleiy of Monroe. It was not generally known by tlioniulicuc at Funke's Wednesday evening, that tho per formance wns tint last one in which Mouroo and Hlco would apiear together. Kacli has secured a new faico comedy and will go it alone, Both are good comedians, and then- success apart will be as great as ever, A I.KOAI. W110.N0. "A Legal Wrong," or "I,ost In the Tropics," a great spectacular melodrama, will bo pro duced at the Fuuke this evening. It is one of tho strongest and best plays that has leeii here thii season and it crowded house will see it tonight. S, MAIUNK HAND. Considerable curi osity has already Ix-eu aroused to hear the playing of Uncle Sam's pet Washing ton band in the con cert at Funke's next Tuesday evening, but if reiiorts bo true much more than or dinary curiosity will be thoroughly, satis- fled. It must bo taken for granted that a llrst-clasH baud is furnished to the President of tho United States for his olllclal recept ions and ccicmouics; and not only Is the Marine Band such, but it Is entitled to the highest consideration for its really Hue 01 chestrnl etrects in the finest kinds of music. Ten jenrsugo, Mr, John Philip Soiisii was given control of the National baud, and under his careful ilhectinuit hitsfcttlrililouu to bo an organisation which the nation may well (eel pi ouil of, It plays tlio tic st clnsi cal music, and at Iho mine tune weaves In most Ingenious nriauemeuts of light and popular laucles which bring relaxation and delight to the brain and heailof busy otllcials at the White House, The piogriim lieie will be the same ns Is used at theCapllal when the baud Is put on exhibition befoie the mo-t honored guests of our nation, a mixtuienf ginio and guy, with the usual patiiotlc alls which the baud under olllclal distinctions u. r J sz . in 1V l ft J must nl ajs render. Vocal numbers will lie fin nihod by Mile. Mario Deceit, one of the most 1 ii lllln tit sopranos of tho conceit stage. Itegular prices will pievall and seats go on sale today. rllKATHU'Ali TALK. Hlehaid V. Carroll has left tho Paulino Hall Co,, and will contest his wife's suit for dlvoice. Hudolph Aioiisiiii hasoirered Nat (loodwin $1,000 n week to slug at tho Casino. As (loodwin uiakis makes more than double this sum hit naturally i of used. During twonlghts at luialia last week Mr. F.tuiirt Hobson scooihnI in 'J,7(K), tho largest receipts yet taken in that city In two per fnrinanccs. Little Vlieo Plereo is playing "Lord Faillit leroy" In Curl Hnswiu's company this season, and people who have seen her say slut is the Ih'sI of any of tliMchlldreii who have attempt ed the part. Tho queen of England has lately taken great Interest in theatricals. Lust week sho presented Actor John Hare with a diamond scarf-phi the luierlnl Monogram, V. II. I., sui mounted by the Imperial crown. "Thou Hhalt Not" has mad t an unmistaka ble failure at the Union Square theatre of Now York and managers on tho road have asked a cancellation of Its dates. Hat piess, Instead of jumping on it with both ft et, faint ly damned it, and In future managers will probably not monkey with the sixth com mandment to any great extent. Loaded with impurities, your blood cleansing with Ayer's Sarsaparilln, neisl The Iteliiin of Spring. At this season of tint year when every thing begins to present an aiiiilmntcd np- M'arauco mid tliu change from the cold bias is of u inter are transformed to the cheerful and luvigoratiiig atmosplieroof spiitig It Is ought but nalui al than humanity should feet Intel estisl in tho change of attire that is cus tomary at this particular I l.ne. A Coimitm reporter passing the very attractive windows of tho Kwliig clothing company ymtordny nud observing several extra ordinary beauti ful things lor Spring therein displayed, dropped In for n moment to see what there was now and to have a chat regarding the, prevailing fashions for tho undo sox. And It might hero be added that if the correct styles me not to bo found at Kivlng cloth ing company it would lie u fiultless task to look else wliei o in the city for tli.Mii. All tho firm's goods are purchased In person by Col onel Kwing, who as a buyer lias no tspial a4 to taste, quality or alue. His long expert' dice in years gone by has given him an In sight that fow western buyers have attained and the fruit of tills exierlenco was never befnio more pleasing to tlio company's vast patronage than It is this season. In nil departments may lie found the sea sons latest and most desirable cllects. In tho gentlemen's department the most attractive, line of top coats, both in light and dink colois are shown in a ilozvn dilfeieut styles while in Spring suits the assortment is the largest and most varied over seen before in tho west. It comprises everything that the artistic tailors of the metropolitan centers can produce niid embraces u most elegant line of sacks, cutaways, priuco alborts, etc. In the lioys and childrous department tho firm has this season surpassed even its groat Hue shown heretofore, and if there is a lady in the city that cannot llnd a choice In tho magnificent large lino that the Kwing Cloth ing Co is now sliowlng, certainly her idea of nn appropriate suitor garment for horlioy is not yet designed or made up. Tlio fact 'Is Kwlng's always make their boys and cluldrens department a specialty, nud having catered to the best element of this class of trade for tho last ten years aro certainly at this late date In tho liest position to understand the demand of the ladies of this city for just what Is wanted. Of course if you have over visited this popular place you know that they have the handsomest fitted up detriment for the convenience of tlio ladles that Is to bo found in the city. It Is apart from the balance of the miniinoth large store and every comfort Is amply provided. In conclusion it might be well to say u fow wot ds regarding the new hue of neckwear, ami other furnishing goods, a suiuplo line of which will bo found handsomely displayed In their east window, and is attracting universal attention.- In-shoU the Kwing clothing company now having received their entile line of Spring goods and feeling that they can please you in whatever you may want in their line cordially Invite you to call In at any time either to buy or inspect and that you will be pleasantly eutei tallied while uu der their fig tree. ' lUieiimatisiu and catarrh, caused by p.oor I and con upted blood, cuied by Ayer's Sarsap I at Ilia. I A House Wanleil. I About July first, and eight room residence w Ith modern conveniences In central locution or will give lea-o on lesideuce built to my older. Addless, L. Wksski., Jll,, Hill N St. i Inspect thocholco lino of embiolderies in newest patterns at HeiHilheimer to Co, Kvery lady who attends our Hosiery and I'lalei wear sale on Monday will bu con vine- i ed we ate selling these goods at ery low pi ices. J V WlMlKUM Co, i Harden hose, finest quality and most (tum ble in tlio city at Dean A; Hoi tons, UM O ktieet. Telephone No. l.M). Heur Harpham's saddlery and harness eiuHiriuni has U-eii moved to 1 I'J math KloM'llth street, opHisltu Capital hotel. Henry Hai phaiii the popular hai m ss maker lias It'll Tweltlhstieet to locate on Kkveiith near 1' slieel oi imslto tho Canltnl hotel. Tin lo witli luciciisul fticllittes and moieceu tial location Mr. 11m phalli's business will undoubtedly incitase, I'or an) thing In the haiut'ss line Harpliam is bound to lead and if al mi) time you want anything In his line ' don't loi get to give him a call, A cm Ions story Is told In couiiiH'tlcii with Anna Dickinson's Insiiilty, It Is asset ted that slut was once jilted by VYhltclaw Held of the New Yor't I'llbiine Years ago, whll'i on a lecturing tour in Ohio she met Held, then a poorly paid, stiuglmg newspaper man. She was lmprss"il with his ability and took n liking to him. On her tetiiru to New York she called on Horace (lieeley, a personal friend, ami )crsuiiilctl him (o send lor Held, Tho young man wis guileful to Miss Dlekinsm, and a waim fiieudship spiam; up hUwei'li them, It soon developed Into love and they became engiged, Tims far Iho story Is romantic, but Ii.mii comes a change. Held came rapidly to the ft out after (Ireeley's death, mid he dropH'd his beuefncs tress to marry tint daughter of a Now York inlllionalie, who helped hlin to buy the Tri bune and become n rich man. His faithless ness was a great shock to Mbs Dickinson, and soino suppose her ment'il powers began to full from that tlni't because she has been a changed woman ever since. P. T. Barinim fsdeail mid the newspapers have emitted columns of gush, Whyf Ho was a successful til in, m tile millions, ami wo Americans worship a millionaire. But there is another side to Hie ih-ad show uiuii'senrccr. Neatly a yearago the papeis iitiuniinced the coming of u circus to Lincoln. A f e das later the Hiiine ixipers hlossiimed with state ments (hat Baruuin's show would exhibit heie "soon". These announcements went kept up until the other cltciis had come nud jfono, Imt Itanium's vMi was delayed three mouth, The Prince of Humbugs had hum bilged tho pisiple of Lincoln mid vicinity to hurt his rival's business. That was one of P. T. Bin Hum's methods. Tho amiouncemeuts in tlio papers were inN vertisemeiits of course. Illinium's agent was Charles Stotve, and TllK CoiJUlKll contained a cjluiim of chat about his experiences In the circus business and especially during Bar mini's visit to Knglutid. Stowe has been in the business for years, but ho is an old news paper man with habits of observation, the iilitllt v to exmess himself and tho courage to talk out lit im'otlinr If ho feels llko it. He has lieeuoiie of Hamulus ussisuiuts who were en trusted with Iiiijmji tiiut depirtiiieuts In tho management o' the great elicits. Ho was brought int J Intimito contact with the boss showman and knew him like a book. Charles Stowo says P. T. Itanium was a failure. He thirsted for fame and got nolo rlety. Howasnuver but a shadow of what the public took I. Iiu for. He was a maguill ceut poser, the great pretender in tlio moral farce, the monarch mountebank of the tiuiO( He amassed a fortune, but his life was n bit-' ter dlsapiKjInlinent to himself because of knowledge of himself. Ms was the .irclitype of tho shrewd, calculating, grasping Yankee, enterprising without being liberal, a relent less bargainer wIioho every uuilertakicg cen tered in self. His motto was to got as much for nothing as possible, and in every gratui tous Way to keep his name Iwfore the public. No man U a hero to his valet, and there was nothing heroic in Mr. Btrmiiii to his inti mate associates or employes. The relations between his partner and himself were never of mi intimate or sincerely friendly nature. Ho mule no concessions and always exacted tho uttermost farthing, For Ills employes he dad no consideration. Length, faithfulness or excellence of service brought neither rec ognition, Increase of wages nor provision for old age. In so far at least as Ills circus asso ciations were concerned the policy was to llnd pietext to reduce compensation never to in crease it. He was a hard, unsympathetic taskmaster, and if he was a philanthropist lie never leinK.Tod individual business relations theiewlth. At one lime in his career Itanium seemed to find pleasure in the title Prince of Hum bugs, but bitterly it galled him. And yet, whether ho paidfUOOd for a banquet that the English uohllliv'"toiidcred"'tilui or exhibited a woolly horsu ho rightfully eat'iio 1 the title. In audacity of exaggeration ho wasuurivaksl. Ho sold a half Interest lit his show for H'lO. OOO or less, and yellie boldly announced the capital Invested at :t,00,),()LH). Tno dally ox H.'iises of Ills shuvv were douliled when they appealed in complacent uowspnpjr typo. Ills adulation of tliu pi ess us us fulsome as it was empty. He was pnslig il in prniso hut uiggai illy ill pay. While ho was voicing the beiiellts of printer's ink his ugcnls weio con tinually instructed lo cut down advertising space. Many much sin illur shows paid tlio liowspapeisiuoio money than Baruuiii, but got fewer notice-. Ho was piactically a l)lo in the details of the elicits biisiue-.s, mid could liardly tell the diU'oreuco between a llihloc- eiosamiaiapir.oiiiiusiiainewasii woimei till magnet. He has left two shows, each hearing Bin iiiiius mime, mid it will becmf ous to obseivo how Ins successor inaimges them. Fioiii another some conns it i account of Itanium's connect .on w Ith tno elicits bitiliiess. From lb?U to IS.M) he dlil not have a don ir in vested ill shows, inn leised the II it oi Ills natnofor i'l.OOIa ye.ir. Vlien llto d'stro -ed Ills last uuitoilill Ills (iii'tliue was ex -coding ly small. Ho was looking for it bus ness opening about IsTU wuen four caens iiiiua gers -Hiird, Coup, Biiuuoll and Casioilo ol feied him a sunt equal to the president's mi ni y lor tlio itsool ills nam. Huncccptcd ot colli mi, lie occasionally ileignol lo appear ill tlio ling w lien the circus was in llu lug cities, but tor ten )cars he did not own n cent in ins gieatetl show on oiilli. During tho season ul lbiD the alleged Bin Hum elicits inn up against Bailey and Hutchinson's (iteat loudou hliow, as It was called, and the II ir iiiiiii outfit got the worst of it. Tlio shiewd old Yankee made overtutes to sell his mime In Bailey and Hutchinson. The hitler sild they wished not merely his name but wauled lat tt'll.,1 ..(If tltitli. I'll'itl 'riuil mllll If llll . would buy out Iho other slunv and consoll date with them they would glvo him a half Interest and as an olf'et In his iiauiit would glo (heir services as iiiauageis, Itanium hadn't tho means to buy out his old cirrus, but lifter soiiut hesitation ho went Into debt lor II, Tint prollis under tint new combina tion went enormous. Tint dally expanses av ei aned &!,(KK), and tho lecelnls often iiiiiount ed to ?IL',(KK). Hutchinson retired with two millions, Bailey Is i atisl at three, mid liar mini's half Inleiesl niado him live millions, Tint papers mo discussing the piopoitioti of college hied men among I he presidents, sena tors, eougrcsMiifU and cabinet olllcers of the United Stales, lids soi t of tlihlg bleaks out periodically and may sooth the pride of tho collegians who have n uuignlllcd Idea of Iho Importance of thumbing u certain number of bonks dm lug four ears. I lie avoi age Amer ican, hint ever, may llnd satisfaction In look ing at the facts from another point of view. When he Hints that the greater number of the men who have moulded the destinies of this country at the capitol In Washington have spuing directly from the icoplo lie may congratulate himself on the I act that hi many men have count to the front through native met it. lie may take a patriotic pilde In tint fact that no man is barnsl from political piefcrnienl simply because he was unable to lake a college course when n joimg man. Veiy few people know it, but Ills n fact that Hon. (I. M. LaiuliMtsnii wnsoirensl Iho position of Hrst assistant tiensiircr of the United States. Piesidcul Harrison gave tlio Nebraska senators to understand that they might have the anpoiutmeiit for n Nebraska ni'iti outside of Omaha, and Seiialois Man ilersonand Paddock milted on Mr, Laiubeit sou. It ceitalnly wasn higli compliment to our townsman, lor the position Is one of gieat Impoitauce. It pas tlio handsome salary of $il,(KX) a year, nud carries with It a great deal of prestige, besides giving tlio In cumbent mi extended acquaintance with the public men of the country. Mr. Laiulieit- son, however, iloliinsl the prnUVred honor, Whatever other reasons he may have had, the matter of componsiitln-t was In Itself a sutt'iclcnl one. Mr. Iiim'ortsnu's practice Is of u class that brings large foes, nnd there are ory fow federal olllces that woti'd re pay his lliianclal loss in abandoning his liusl- j n'ss here, j. Tlie street car system of a city Is a pretty good Index of the prosperity of tin town. It rliould lie gratifying to Llncolultes, thero- fine, to notice not only tho Improvements In existing Hues hut the extensions of others. In n fow months most of the trackage will bo equipped wl'li electllclty, but tliatis so near ly ait assiited fact that It is accepted witli the comfortable philosophy of an ucompllshed fact. But the new lines cm ry indications of material growth In Hie city mid f substan tial confidence in its future by Its monoyisl men. Street car systems are not extended for sentiment, mid when the management de cide on a now lino It Is only after very care fill ilelilieratioii. The announcement, there fore, of new lines to tint penitentiary, to tlio Seventh Day Ail ventist college and to Have lock is a big thing for Lincoln. It means that nourishing suburbs are to Imi brought within short range of our business douses, and it means that men of largo capital will hate an interest In building up nud improv ing t' e territory along tdeso new lines. As was Intimated some time ago the Union Paclfle and the Hock Island aro patching up their troubles. Tint former has offered to give right of way over Its bridge at Omaha. Imt the latter wants damages for the three or tour months' delay In oierating Its new line by way of Lincoln. Tills difference may cause further delay, Imt the dispute is in a fair way to a settlement. Tho falling out of these two railroads had otto tlfect on Lincoln that few of our ixsmlo know of. It has long liecn Kil Slosson's dream to have the Union Pacific run its main Hue by way of the Capi tal City, and ho had ei Minded the iii'inngrrs of Ills road to make it concession hi Hint direc tion, When tho Harelip broke olT all arrange ments the Union Pacific hud planned to run ono of its tlirough trains by way of tl Is city. It w'as to come to Lincoln over the Hock Island track, then g. ninth over the U. P. track to David City and then over the H. & M. truck to Its main Hue atColiimbiis. At Hist thought this seems a very round nlioiit route, but it Is only about twenty miles long- i er than the regular route by way of Fremont, and that could liomado up easily by a through train. One of these days I'd Slosson's die.im I will come true. Tile i . I', will liulld a I Hue fiom Lincoln to a connection with tlie St Joo& (irand Island. Then it will have a I through Hue by way of Lincoln, Hastings . ...... wiiiiim I-I..MH mm, in imi iniriy tunes , miles slim tor than Its present loute liesides .....I !.... ...1 I.I I .1.... .. Ill I. . .1.1- ii. aiming two g.ssi cities to lis tenltory. Hie business from Lincoln alone, If it well) Oil the main line, would pay intetest una lilgin- vesiinei.i. j (ieutlemeii should now get out their last j siiininei's suit, take it lo tint Lincoln Steam ! dye w oiks lltxl O stieet and have it ckiimd. , d)oil, lepaiusl or pics-od out. , . IINI lllit'st eugiavisl calling cauls and plate for ;' .'' at Ti:r L'iiliiikh ntlhc Mis. Jones hasn't a gta) and Is over .V). She looks daughter. Tlie svnt ot it hair in tier hem' as )oimg as hel ls' thai she iims mil) Hall's Hail Heuewer. llallett, the Jeweler, still kis-ps on selling diamonds, while euiuietltois stand by nud lisik on Halletl's euergv and push has m ide loi h I in a name that is both popular and well known. Ho believes in selling goo Is at liv- lug pi ices, and giving ItXIcjiits woiih for a .I..M.... i... ..... i.. i ,-.... i iiuiiiu. .iii-i. iii mis iai iicuuir tune ue lias; some excellent bin gains In diamonds and other pret.ious ttoues, and it will pay you to take a look at them it you contemplate mak ing it present soon. I 'piss ZZZV i w , naF i ifWWWHl Tlie championship season In Iho Western baseball nsso latlon opeuist auspiciously lit Lincoln Thiirnlny. The day was blight, the ctowil i n'huslastlc nud the giiiiio placed was ns pi i tly a one nsn pet sou would cute to see. The Lilicolu toys showed themselves to be better plnjcis than Hie vlsllnts nud yet the Inlltr managed to get one mote tally than the senators anil that of course Is what counts, The Lincoln nine made uioiii hits and less ertolN thalllhelr opponents but luck somehow hsmiksI to be against tlioiu, One t mi was scot ed by Lilicolu in the Hrst In ning anil then follow ed a succession of goose eggs until Hie seventh, Meanwhile the Min neapolis buys hail gatherisl In four tallies, two hi tho Hist mid two in tint thliil Inning. In the seventh inning Lincoln gathered it, four tallies liul III the ninth the millers made two (allies and (hat settlisl It, 'Iho scout sIihhI II to U in favor of the millers. The Hcforco Is the linino of a new weekly Join mil stalled at Boston which is to be do volisl to skiiIs and the stage. Tlio initial nuniU'i' Is ii handsomely pi luted I'J page pa lter and contains almost everything worth reading hi tint wot Id of spoils. C cling, lawn tenuis, eitiioviuglitid yachting, baseball, the tin f, etc., are ttoated Inn bright chatty maimer that cannot help hut make the paHr smmisliately popular. 1'ho ilriiiiiatlo depart ment is ably conducted and contains among other ill tides miiiio iliteiestlug reminiscences concerning Lawrence Barrett. Next week will bu a gala one and the Hrst solid week of (lie season. The Hirst lour days will be diverted to the Milwaukee club will bo followisl the btlaiico of the week by the St. Pauls. Yistenlays game with the Mluiienopolls club proved a failure for the homo team, the Hour boys liciug victorious 8 1 1 7, NOTKMOK OUT IIOOII HI'OIIT. Why not oigaule a ladies archery club) Who'll stmt tho lawn tenuis season by giv ing a gm den fetof Cloipiette of late years has practically been lost, lawn tenuis ami archery having taken its place to a great extent. I'lIK CotllllKIl Invites lovers of lawn tenuis mid in cliery to contribute items of all kinds km taming to these delightful, outdoor spot ts. Safety tiding machines will bo more in use by ladles this summer than any wheel over used by tlio fair sox. In fact the wheel III general Is becoming more in kiiuI,ii' favor In tho west with the successive seasons. It's a delightful exeiclso ami one that might to be come oven mole geneial than it is. If you decide, fiom what you have heard I mid toad, Hint you will take Hood's Saisapa l Ilia, do not be Induced to buy any substitute instead. Tlie llii.ar stock of ladles flue furnishings, dress goods, fins, etc., has been purchased by Bouwit Bros., and Mr. Puul Bouwlt Is now In Now York purchasing a now Hue of goisls to I estock this popular place. As ample capi tal Is now behind the new management and being in cnmpolnnt hands tlieru Is no roasui why the Haar should not lie a greater favoiite than ever with the ladles, Thostore will lie reopened the latter part of next week. "(food morning, have you visited Jeweler Hallott since lost I saw you f Well Its time yet if you haven't. He is Just as anxious as ever to sell you a diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, Harl, or in fact mi) tiling elsoelthir ill tlio Hue of precious stones or line Jewelry. No such stock can elsowhero 1st found. His taste in selecting the newest novelties has al ways been complimented and Ills prices al wa)s spoken of as lower than those quoted elsowheie. Don't wait Us) long in' the stock will Iw In oketi and remember diamonds con tinue to advance in prices Now's tlie time Now h the opiMirtmilty. Call In mid see iilm. He'll make prices low enough. You know tho place 1 III north Eleventh street. Haines Haskell, the new- luHHueis IKUl O street eltmlov one of tllft fblifet. lint triniim.i- u hi the west. The lady Is direct fiom Now Yoik ami thoioiig'ily, understands her oc cupation. Theie's where you should get your new- spring hat. Meritoriously surer. sf ill. About three mom hs ago there came to I,ln colli fiom New England a gentleman of rare in list Ic skill and ere many days In tho city sought a business owniiig. Chai.ciug to hear of Mr. Nobles desire (o move to tht Pa cific const this gentleman, whoso name is Hemy A rollings, stepp.sl in and soon come l " ' .... l( tonus ur sale, tint leMllt of which is that 1 toda) lio pioprietor of the celebrated Noble i studio, HUH) street. It Is rather a dllllcult , matter for a new man in a new (Mil. mi...... .jnainteil with the people or their general toullno of life to stai t rinhl in wheiotlio old established artists left oir and continue tlie business nice. ssfulU. This, however, isms' ' only tlio cum. with Mi . Codings fur ls-sides i.iii.iiilm- l,u i.n.l .i'' ,,i, -,,,,, i, i, - -n" .,.--" -.-....,-.. n.,... ....- alleady gleatly iuercused the uitrnungc to inoio than double what tlie studio ha- d. . Is le I rtofore In u s nno given perusl of lime. .Ml Codings Is a thoiiiughaitlst witli aliu.nt a II I it's study to the f noted ptofessiou winch ' la ailoit's. ills work this tar has ixvn to tiiaikahly successful nod it only uspinc- lu photos to lit ms'U to gtte III- estatillslillleiit i additional pic-Inge. Ills st) le of sellings 1 lias alwa)s Ikh'ii lav oiatil) iMinuienttsI upon ( ami the llnish of his woik isiin mpis-ed air- wheie. IHio vtillKlug o) step III ami see saiitplts which me shown in the icccptlon I (Him in endless vailely, or if tilii will lot H'iiiiit of litis, jut stop a moment and liKik ill ill Ills show case at the street entrance. Mr, Colling- announce 1 teceutly tn.it he V' ml I not keep open house on Sundays, Vhicli was his studied Intentions and he had hoptsl to Utiiblit to rest us otheis do oil the Inil's day, but pie lug icqucU have made it iiiqHiFsitilo, esieciiilly so lor the fact that many who me unable to call dm lug the week; iiusl uf necessity lake Hllllday for settings. With this Idea in View mid to accnuilllishito such partbs tlio t'olllus' studio it III be nic'i for sittings mil) eveiy Sunday from leu i. m, to four p in. Tlio f'olllims photographs are now the must popular with Lincoln so ciety and naught but iiii'iltorloiis work hus brought them In lite fiont Among hltsum ples may he M'eil photos of society's leading lights and wheie their wink Is done It is safe to say otheis palionago will follow, for if thelitis one Ihltig Hint the social swim Is pai llcular about it is the copying of their na tive countenance 'I lioriilmi n Sisters Open leu. Thurnlay was the great opening so long looked for at the new stand of Hut popular Thuriiiiiiiu Sisters, and it ceitalnly was a big success, for dm lug nil the opening hours the putty new stoic was faltly ciowded with the youth, beauty and intelligence, In remalo rorm, or tint capital city. It was u great feast for the dear ladles, for the stock which Is now nil new, compi Ises the very latest and nobbiest line of hcnilivaicthat has been shown In this city for years, Twelve jears luo this linn Hrst stailisl business on llth slieel opiHislle the Capital hotel, which place was their location up In the time of the iis'cut rcmoMilto tliu haiiilsuineuew quarters I'.M'i O sttiel willed they now occtip). The constant tciulaiicy of the city's gionth being easlwaid, the new location selected by these Indies is col lalnly a very laudable one mid will undoubtedly In a short (lino bo tlio most popular pai t of the clfys business dlsti let. Ill their new place of business the several depaltinents have been admirably located seperately,ench ilepaitmeul !liilcctiilcut of the other. The hair diesslng depiitiuent Is light mid airy, ami will be in charge of Miss ICendiill of Chicago, wlio it Is exacted will arrive today. The lady has had jears of ex perience in the great city by tin; lake, In one of the laigcst establishment", nnd her work s the most ai'H stlc Lver done In the west Her liii'tliodsiite all well studies! mid her long experience gives her the essential points so necessiuy for the successful osTatloii of this veiy liupoitaut Inilustiy. Miss ICendall will be assisted by Miss Ashcraft who has for the past live Jcais Is'i'ii with the Thoriibiirn sisters while Miss Hannah Thoriibuin will have general supervision over the hair ilu paitinent In the mllh'iiery ilepurtineut Miss Jemilo Thoriibiirn will give tier hisoiiiiI attention i assisted by Mrs. Piatt, Miss Uliv mid Miss Hehbard. In the line of Hue tullleuryis hero shown the various novelties In liiqiorted goods Including a tempting arnay of beautiful and original designs In pattern hats. An nttiact Ivo assortment of Imt tilmmh'gs such as are larely ns-ii outside of tho great cities are bo lug exhibited mid novelties too numerous to mention are Udng shown imicli to the de light of the fafrsex. In this department the trimming will have the personal attention of onnof the firm and their past lepiitatlou for ti huntings will therefore bo continued In tliu new place. Thortihtirti Slsteis are now having an os)iilng every day. In fact their now place IssopleltVlind their stock of new goods so attractive that for n mouth to come the place will bo In opening nttlio mid If you haven't called Its not tist late yet. You w III always lie welcome at I'JI'J O street. Iliihy l Silk. The woeful expression of n Des Moines teamster's countenance iho wed his deep anx iety was not entirely without cause, when lie enquired of a druggist oCtho same city what was Ik-I to give a baby for a cold. It was not necessary for dim to say more, Ills coun tenance showist that tho et of the fuinlly, If not the Idol of his life was In distress. "We giye ourbaby Chaiiiliorlalu's Cough Hemody" was ihedrugglsts answer. "I don't like to give tho baby such strong medicine," said the teamsU'r. "You know John Oleson. of the Watters-Talliot Printing Co., don't you ("en quired the druggist. "Ills baby when eigh teen mouths old, got hold of a bottleof Cham berlain's Cough Homedy and drank the whole of it. Of course it made the baby vomit very freely but did not Injure it in tlie least, and what is more, It cured the baby's cold. It Is not necessary to glvo jmiIsoiis to cure a cold or forcioup either." The teamster olready know the value of the Hemisly, hav ing uses! it himself, and was now satisfied that there was no danger In giving it even to a baby. Nut it Cltlen of Lincoln can alienl tombs tho comfort and safety olfertsl him by the North Western Line (F. K. Hi M. V. Ull l in his travels to and fiom Chicago and all eastern Kjints. It Is tlie iliim-t Hue to St Paul, Minneapolis Olytnpia, Seattle, Tacoina, and all other Mln nesota, Washington and Molilalia Hlnts. All pa-sengers lor the-e siiuts go through without dcKit tiiimfci Pattoulze the North Western and avoid i.inmbtis tiniisfeis. It is tlieoul) all i ttll Hue to that Saiiatnriuiii of tliewoild, Hie Hot Spiings ot South Dako ta and the. iiiis't line to Rapid City, Dead wood nud Black Hills is. luts. To nil those contemplating a ti ip the coming season It of- I fersa iliitrl line and service, to all tlw re- suits of iscoiisiu, Minnesota and Northern .Michigan the Hucst llsliiug grounds in the win Id me leached by this hue. For rates and inhumation, rail at l;i: O street. W. M. SlIII'MAN. ISeil'l Ag'l, .1. T l.riN, Cit) Tk't Ag't. The Whitehi east Coal and I. hue com-ury is ngniii at the trout si Imiil- the tlne-t guides of all kinds of co.il J. B. Bat nab), the taller, uiiiy Ut found ut j rooms J',' .mil l.'l, New mail block, OAM) i. Nevetoidera photogiaph or picture of any ktml until yi.it intvu seen the woik done 1 at the new .siud.o Lo (Itiiude, I'.'l sultlli Twelfth si net. Our sa't ill lines in Unites Silk Vests will lie oltt led at low pi ices on Monday. J. W. Wimikii A; Co. HainiKsaiiil loathei gissl- of all descrip tions made loonier by Henry Harphaiu 14'-' lioith Eleventh rtittt.