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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY,' JUNE 20, 1891
And the Ulcst, our AVill' MIl'MOV
Sec our lino of Water Cool
ers, Bird Cages, Lawn Mow
ers, Screen Doors, Window
Screens and Wire Screening
in any quantity.
FRANK E. LAHR,
936 P St.
Saturday, June 20th.
The people anil their children nil Invi
ted. We want you to have a Rood Any,
Train at 0130 and 4:10.
Sunday, June 21st.
Navy on Home, with hcnutlful Muilc,
1 Monday, June 2 2(1.
Yankee Hill Outing, Professor Sldcll.
Rail 8 to 13.
j Tuesday, June 23d.
South Lincoln Club, Patterson Si Knox,
manager. Outing and Hall.
Wednesday, June 24th.
Knight of the Golden Eagle Excursion
and Outing. Train at 3:30, 4:30 and 8 p.
m. Return at 8130 and is p. m.
We expect to present to you on July 4U1,
on the deck of the historical little steamer
"Maid of the Mist," and a gucts of the
old Soldier of the west, our Governor
Thayer, General Lew Wallace and Gcn
SEE US ON
Gas and gasoline
Kruse & White
12 lO O ST.
A liiUtr Mjier n Mottrrn Tim.
Address all communicatlriiit direct to the office
WitBsrct, Printino Co.,
Courier lliilldlng, MM N Htrrrt.
U Wkmkl, Jn., Editor and Hole Proprietor.
Hunnc11irrin.fi One Year hy Mnll or Carried
12 00; Hlx Month, l.00; Three Months, fi0e.
Olio month SO Cents InTsrsMy In Advance.
Aiivkhtiskmintr: Itatw furnished 011 application
at I lie onto. Hprclal rate on Time Contract.
Contribution: Hliort spicy sketches, imeim and
stories solicited. Veronal itnd Social note are
PanrriNol We make a specialty of Fine 1'rlntlnjc
In all II liranohM. Hocleir work a socially.
Knteredntllio VoMofflco of Lincoln, Neb.,
n second olnai mutter.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
A lleil Letter Duv.
February (Ith was n red letter day for
Chamberlain & Co., Ue Moines, Iown.
Tlmy made their first hlptneut of goods to
tlm Hawaiian Island on that day. It con
sisted of 100 eae coutaluliiK over four hun
dred dozen of their medicine, to the leading
wholesale drug houw In Honolulu. A largo
share of till hlpmeiit conlteil of Chnmlier
lnlii' Cough Kemedy, an much esteemed
wherever It I known for IU cure of cold
and a n' preventive and euro for croup.
Chamberlain & Co., Iinvo contracted for ad
vertising In nil the leading newspaper" In the
Hawaiian Island, nnil expect to make their
remedies a opiilnr there n they are In any
part of the United States. For ale by drug
Kl"t. The Lincoln Ice company wagon are now
making i-egnlar trips ta nil part of the city.
OUlce, 1104 O street. Telephone, No.'-.
Nover order i photograph or picture of
any kind until you have aeon the work done
nt the new Studio Ie Urntide, 1W south
Gentlemen should now get out their lat
summor' suit, take it to the Lincoln Htenm
dyeworks 1NVJO street and hnve It cleaned,
dyed, repaired or preel out.
Tho Whitebreait Coal and Lime company
I always at the front upplylng the flnest
grade of all kind of coal
Drown' restaurant, Windsor block, 210
north Eleventh street, and 1418 O street.
Fivo dollar commutation ticket reduced to
four dollars, good at both place.
of Lincoln cau afford tomlistlio comfort and
safety offered him by the North Western
Line (F. E. & M. V. RR.) in hi travels to
and from Chicago and all eatern point. It
I the direct line to St. Paul, Minneapolis
Olympla, Beattle, Tacoma, and all other Min
neaota, Washington and Montana points.
All passengers for these points go through
without depot transfer. Patronize tho North
Western and avoid omnibus transfers. It is
the only all rail line to that Sanatorium of
the world, the Hot Springs of South Dako
ta and the direct line to Rapid City, Dead
woou ana uincK mils iwints. To nil those
contemplating a trip the coming season It of
fers n direct line and service, to all tho re
sorts of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Northern
Michigan. The finest fishing grounds In the
world are reached by this Hue. For rate
and Information, call at 1133 O street.
W. M. Shii-uan, Oen'l Ag't,
J. T. Mabtin, City Tk't Ag't.
Flue silk uuderwettr at special prices this
week at J. W. Winokh & Co.
UOO O street.
Have your harness all washed, oiled and
cleaned and repaired at 149 north Eleventh
street, opposite Capital Hotel.
The Hot Sprint- of Dakota.
These spring are rapidly becoming famous
on account of the wonderful curative profter
tie of the waters.Jand the many marvelous
cures which have been effected by the ther
The town and springs are delightfully situ
ated in a picturesque valley In the Black
Hill country, abounding In beautiful seenlo
effect, and at an altitude of 3,400 feet above
the sea level; thus Insuring a pure atmos
phere and exhilarating climate, absolutely
free from malaria.
Under the euteiprtslng and progressive
management of tho Hot Spring company
many desirable improvementa have been
made; among the number the erection of a
commodious bath house fitted up with all
modern conveniences for the comfort of
guest. New hotels have been built and com
fortably furnished throughout, conducted in
first-class ityle and at reasonable rate.
Those who prefer stopping at a private house
will find many desirable boarding places
where good accommodation oro furnished
at moderate price.
The superior dally service now afforded by
the Burlington Route to Hot Springs, with
through sleeping car accommodations from
Omnhii, Lincoln, Aurora mid Grand Island,
makes the trip an easy and enjoyable one;
and for the lenetlt of all Who desire to test
the efllcacy of the waters, round trip tickets
at reduced rates, good for ninety days nre
now bn sale at all ollkvs of the Burlington
For, pamphlet, descriptive of tho spring,
fcud full information us to .rates, time, etc.,
apply to any agent of the company, or to
J. Fkancib, Gen't PasY& Tk't Agt.,
Commutation tickets at Brown's restau
rants (good at either place), five dollar for
four dollar. This make prices lower than
any other place In the city when the prices
charged onbltofare is considered.
Buy coal ht'hwd iuir your home. Newcas
tle Nut is comled Vy ul! that have used it to
bo the best for kitrhen toe. Price 4.40 de
livered, Sold oply by Geo. A. Raymer, Tel
ephone 390. 1134 O street.
, For chamois tkins for, carriage use call on
Heury Harpham, 149 north Eleventh street,
opposite CapMal Hotel.
Buy a little gem pocket savings bank at J,
B. Trickey&Co's for 23 cents. It the popu
lar fad of the day.
SOCIAL AND PKKS0NAL,
Three cnrrlnito loml of New England ex
curslonlst called nt the Governor's olllco
Mi Kntlo Cameron returned Saturday
from nu extended visit with friend nt To
cuinsMi Mr. George H. Ilnughmnu returned ye
tertlay after n visit to hi mother In Den
ver. Councilman Boehmer ha returned from
Sownrd, whither he was called on business
Mr. Frank Hnthaway returned Tuesday
from nu over Sunday visit nt Nebraska City .
Mis Kiln Clark, or rinttstnouth, Is tho
guest of of Mis Lydln Wechbah of this city.
Mr- J. C. Priest, city nttnrneynt Winches
ter, III., is ieiidlng a few day In this city.
Mis Carrie Jenkins of Falrhury, Neb., la
vtsltlngMis Grace Oauley, 1803 M street.
Mr. George M, Bergnu, of Pasadena, Oil.,
I visiting her sister, Mr. 8. B. Holmnn.
Mr: M. W. Sargent wn n Burlington
imssenger Wednesday for Oneontn N. Y.
Mr. W. It. Homers of San Diego, Cnl., 1 In
the city visiting relatlvi and friends,
Hon. C.N, Paul, onoof Hastings' catcomed
citizen, was In the city Wednesday.
Mis Alice Russell ha gone to Ord, where
she will spend the summer vncntlou.
Mis. C. C. QuigKle left over the Burling
ton Tuesday for Willlniusport, Pn.
Mr. CI Hnzelrlgg, accompanied by her son,
started Monday for Frankfort, lud.
Mrs. Maggie Hnzelrlgg and children nre
visiting relative at Frankfort, Ind.
Mr. Will O. Chapmin, editor of the Crete
Chronicle, wn In the city Monday.
Mr. II. F. Weaver, of Omnha, Is a guest of
Mr. W. H. Goner nt 1813 F street.
Mr. J. M. Allen, of Vermont, is visiting
with III son, Hon. Jomi C. Allen.
Mr. John Wilson left for Colorado Springs
Wednesday, via the Burlington,
Mr. F, N, Lewis left on tho east bound
flyer Saturday for Boston, Mass.
Misses Grnclo and Bessie Ford are visiting
friend and relatives in Chicago.
Mrs. J. N. Joerger, of Loven worth, Kan.,
1 visiting Mr. J. II. Mauritius.
D. V, Stephenson, of Richardson county,
is In Lincoln on a business visit.
Mr. C. S. Hnrtand Miss Knto McGrnth
are visiting in Marietta, Ohio.
Hon. W, J. Bryan Is making a two weeks
visit at his old home In Illinois.
Miss Minnie Hale Is making a three week'
visit with friends at Peru, Neb.
Mr. A. K. Pike left over the Burlington
Monday for Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. W, A. Sloan took the east bound tlyer
Monday for Franklin, Pennn.
Rev. Loyd Skinner left on the Elkhoru
Monday for Madison, Wis.
Mis Anna McCarthy and Mollie Hale are
visiting friends In Omaha.
Mr. P. Cassldy left on the Burlington Tues
day for New York City.
Mr. I. R. Craft of the Times, Downs, Kan.,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Reddlck left Wed
nesday for Mariuion, O.
Mr. C. L. Marine took tho Burlington for
DesMoinei, la., Tuesday. "
Alderman Joseph Burns arrived from Ne
braska Oity Wednesday.
Miss Bertha B, Qunlntnnco left last week
for a visit at Lynn, 111.
Mr. Frank W. Wilson of Plattsmouth wes
iu the city this week.
Mr. John T. Dorgan ha been spending tho
past week In Chicago.
Mr. C. C. White mid mother left Monday
for Zumbrota. Minn.
Hon. L. D. Richards, of Fremont, was in
the city over Sunday.
Mitt Mary Lynch is spending n fow weeks
at Pocatelle, Idaho.
Miss Emma Howard is making a shot t
vslt nt Kearney,
Mr. W. B. Cheney returned from New
York on Friday.
Mis L. M. Smltlo departed for Stillwater,
J. F. Lansing and wife are visiting at
Mr. Fred Houtx returned home from the
Mrs. Brad Ringer started Monday for
W.H. Thomas left for Emporia, Kan.,
Mr. C. Y. Smith went to Chicago Wed
nesday, Hon. W. B. Shyrock of Louisville Is in the
Mr. J. S. Tylee Is visiting in Youngstown,
Mrs. E. M. Wale left last week for Pueblo,
Auditor Benton spent Monday in Omaha.
Mr. A. O. Rlckett is In Nebraska City.
Professor Ellcuwood is in Chicago.
Premature gray whiskers should be color
ed to prevent the appearance of age, and
Buckingham's Dye Is by far the best prepar
ation to do it.
Kye and Kur Nurneon,
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist and aurist, 1203
O street, telephone 375, Llncolu, Nebr.,
Ladies short waists at special prices at
J. W. AVinqeu & Co.
1109 O. street
When Quant Said, "We will fight it out
on this line if it takes nil summer," he proba
bly refercd to the "Burlington," as every
body knows it Is tho only "line" worth light
ing for in this part of the country.
IlurllnKtoa Itoute The Outing Season l
People liave already began planning th el
summer trips, and we would suggest thnt
you post yourselves regarding the wonderful
trout fishing inEstes park, Col. Tho health
giving baths and quiet rest of Dakota Hot
Springs, the hunting and fishing of Wyom
ing or the fashionable delights of Manitou
The Burlington will take you to any of them
speedily and without fatigue. There are
many other places In which you can spend
the heated term, and the agent at the B. &
U. depot or city office can tell you all about
them. Call and get a book of summer totars
and look it over. You will And it full of
good things and valuable hint.
A. C. ZlKMKB,
City Passenger Agent.
A FLAWLESS C08TUMB,
OESCRIIED BY OLIVE HARPER AND
Toilets for the I'romennilo That Would
(Hadrian th Daintiest semliilne Heart.
A Oown for the "Angel nf the House
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 11. I liavo often
been nmtised watching women paas each
other. If they nru friends thoy will stop
for n moment's chnt, but ns thoy go
their separate ways each will glvo n
wlft but comprehensive glnnco nt tho
other's costume, which takes In overv
detail, from tho flowera on the lint to
the tip of the boot, ntul hers is nn un
easy conscience who has mended gloves
or n made over gown. Slio feels tho
enormity of tho sin to tho innermost
fiber of her nature On tho other hand,
what n glow of prido fills her heart when
she knows that her costume In its
entirety is faultless. I don't seo ex
actly where a Haw could bo picked in
tho elegant gown and wrap on tho left of
this picture, tho gown being of exquisite
beige colored cloth embroidered across
the front of tho skirt by hand in a rich
nrabesquo pattern iu silk of but two
shades darker than tho goods ilono in
cross stitch in tho old stylo. It is so odd
that it looks beautiful, besides it is so re
fined. The skirt is slightly draped In
front, and tho rest is laid in heavy plaits.
Over it is worn a jacket of brown vel
vet, tho front embroidered and orna
mented with amber beads. It opens
over a fall of black lace, which forms a
nest, and tho full alcoves nre of luce.
There is also a ruff of black lace around
the throat, and a dainty little capote
combining tho materials and colors of
tho rest of tho costume. Tho gloves aro
tan and the parasol brown. Now who
could find fault with that?
The other promenado toilot under ad
verse criticism is made of Rubens pink
cashmere, with a flounce nround the
bottom of tho front breadths of printed
silk craic, tho prettiest material ever
made. This is festooned with liows of
black velvet. Tho mantle is of black
velvet, trimmed with tho richest bonded
passementerie and luco. The little ca
pote isof Rubens pinkcrapo, with a shell
trimming of tho saino all round tho edge,
and tho gloves aro pearl gray. Tho para
ol is of black silk and lace, with ono
beautiful rose and its foliage on it. 1
don't think I would caro if all tho
women in New York turned up their
noses if I had such a pretty outfit. I
would try to bear their contumely.
The "angel of the household" is the
young girl who makes herself pretty and
dainty for home comfort, and to Iter is
this costumo dedicated. It can bo made
an economical oue as well, for tho coat
basquo, being so very dressy, can bo
worn over almost any dark skirt, or a
black ottp. The basque can be of ruby,
prune, blue, brown or black velvet, and
the edges should bo embroidered slightly
in silver thread, or gold thread if pre
ferred. Tho vest should bo of wtfiri
cream, white preferred, and worked with
tho same metallic thread as that used on
tho coat Good velvet can be bought
for .two dollars per yard, and velutina.
whlch'is as handsome and wears better,
for one dollar, and it requires three and
one-half yards of velvet, or tltree of
velutina, to make such a basque, and
five-eighths of a yard of satin. A sur
prisingly elegant result for so small an
The pelerines and capelines, tho tudor
cloaks ami in
gotes, are seen
hourly, some of
others again as
The sen Bible
woman will wear
pretty drab jack
ets, inado dressy
enough for any
occasion by cho
dainty and rich
galoon a n d ex
and the fine fin
ish. Crepou as a
for summer is a
and this trimmed
with fichus and
cascades of silk the anoel, of tub
chiffon, ind this household.
in turn edged with flufty, downy feath
ers, makes a gown as ethereal as a sum
mer cloud, and almost as unattainable.
Lace in cascades, in billows, iu water
falls and avalanches seems to have fallen
over all tho summer gowns, and they are
so pretty. I think laco is the very love
liest trimming that can le applied to
anything, no matter what, but there Is
such a thing as getting too much of it in
one spot, and that is when they make the
raffs for the incroyable coats.
LOOK INTO OUR WINDOW
AND SEE WHAT AN ARRAY OF
Fine Summer Suits
We give you to Select from for ' 'm
You will rcndily recognize what a great bargain they
are when you see among them suits you have been uccus
tomed to pay $12.50 and $15.00 for. We give you ten diff
erent styles to choose from, Sacks or Frocks, everyone of
equal value and made in first-class manner. The price we
put on them, $8.50, is ridiculously low and you will admit it.
Do not think they will last forever, so if you wish a benefit
put in an early appearance at the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner O and lOth Streets.
Have You Attended the Great Sale
Now in progress at the
Kilpatrick - Koch Dry Goods Co.'s Store.
151S and 1520 O Street?
If not, you should lose no time in doing so.
We recently Closed Out from a New York Importer, a
large consignment of French Novelty Suitings and we are
.placing the entire lot on-Special Sale so as to give our custo
mers some extrordinary values in this line. We are also sell,
ing Wash Goods, Bed Spreads and Lace Curtains at marvel
ously low prices.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS CO.
The Peoples' Store.
Dry Goods. Groceries. Shoes.
1518-1520 O Street. Telephone 448.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-., IFOR 8UNDAY DINNER,
AAfyp THEY. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
'th oil J
SlTFfON & H.OLLOWBTJSH
y -Makers of Bon Bons and Chocolates.
Also Delicious Ice Cream and Soda Water.
Dangler Gas Stoves
CALL AM 8SE THEM.
W. B. WOLCQTT,
Telephone 273. 230 tfouth Eleventh St.
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