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Mason's Fruit. Jars,
New 'Method Gasoline Stoves,
FRANK E. LAHR,
936 V St. Phonic 380
A novelty of
vnluc to every
lean; of Interest
to every cltlrcn
plain bowl. $4
the Cnpltol Is
In has- relief,
pllt mil "for
m o u n t e l by
mntil nnd w dgc
n historical re-
minder of Prcs
A Inrgc line of
spoon In stock.
1035 0 8t
ALL SUMMER GOODS
YOU CAN BUY
vCOME AND SEE US.
If jon Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
EOT. itiiisimr oil, '
Atjtlio Unte of
.5-Five per Ct. per Annum-5
Have 1500 week nnd It amounts with
interest In dvo years to $1,500.00. (
Bank opens at 9:30 a.m. to 8.80 p.m. and
tAaturday evenings, B to 8 p. pi. ' '
Sta t Rtut la Burglar aad Fire
fC' ' V 7 ' S:
A Vmrtr fVjJrtfo fflilttn 7Yir.
Address all communications direct 10 the office
WKBBttt. Pl-UNTING- CO,
Courier building, ll'M N Hired.
L. M'krhkl, Jr., Editor nml Hole Proprlotnr.
HUlisCliirnnM Ono Your by Mali or Carried
t)J00 Hlx Months, JUiOiTliree Months, We.j
Ol 0 mouth fiO Cfiitrt trtrrhljr In Advance.
Am snTissmtirra: Hates furnished on application
at the office. Hpeclal rates on Time Contract.
CoNTRlnnioNsi Short spicy sketches, kk-iiis and
stories solicited. Personal and Hoelal notes ore
i'amiini We make a specialty of Fine Printing
In Alllt-s brunches. Hocletr work a specialty .
Entered nt tho I'oilnmce of Uncoil',
ns second elms mutter,
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
HO FOR DETROIT.
The (1. .A, It. National Kiicumpinent.
The CliloPROpHoPk Island & riu-lflo Hall
way will sell ticket to Detroit for the O. A.
11. National Kncniiipiiient nt the rnto of onu
Inn est first clns fnro for tlio round trip.
Dates of snlo will Imi ns follows: From n'l
stations In Kniiis In Nebraska, July Both to
August Ud, Inclusive. From nil stations In
Colorado, Oklahoma or Indian Territory,
July "Oth to August 1st, Inclusive,
lleturn limits on these Tickets will lm same
ns other lines.
For full particulars uthtivas T. J, Ander
son, AsstTOeh'l Ticket and Pass. Agent, To
pekn, Kansas, or apply to any Ticket Agent
of the lloek llind system.
J Jm. HKHASTIAN,
O. T ft 1 A. Chicago, III.
EXCURSIONS- 'LOW RATES.
II) Missouri Pucllle Itn'lhrnv for tlm '!
lowing Named Mineral Urrnslons.
Tourist siiminur excursion tickets to Col
orado., Halt Lake, City, Utah, and other Col
orado and Utnlr points of pleasure and
lienlth resorts nt lowest rates for round trips,
good for six month.
At Auburn, Nub., teacher' normal Insti
tute, July S to August SO, 1M)1.
For national educational association for
teachers, July 14 to 17 inclusive, at loweU
ates, first class fare for round trip plus f J
momlivrshlp fee. Tickets on sale July 8 to 111
Inclusive; good for return on or before Hep:
temberitO, 1MH. Call nt city ticket cilice,
liiOl 0 street, opposite Ilurr's block.
J. K. It. Miliar, City 1'nssengei- Agent.
II. 1. K. Mili.au, General Agent, L'ueoln,
II. C. Townskku, O. I & T. A.,Ht. Lou's,
The Hot Springs of Dakota.
These springs are rapidly beeom'ng fainniw
on account of the wonderful curative proper
tics of tho water, and the many marvelous
cures which have been effected by the ther
Tbe ton u and springs are delight .'ully situ
ated In n picturesque valley In the Black
Hills country, abounding In beautiful scenic
cuVts, nnd nt an altitude of .1,-100 feet above
Itheat-A level; thus Insuring a pure atmos
phero and exhilarating climate, nlwolutely
tree rroin mniaria.
Under tho enterprising and progressive
management of the Hot Hprlngs company
ninny deelrable Improvements have been
made; among tho number the erection of a
commodious bath house fitted up with all
modern conveniences for tho comfort of
guests. New hotels have been built and com
fortably furnUued throughout, conducted In
flrstclnM style nnd at reasonable rates.
Those who prefer stopping at a pi I vale house
will find ninny desirable boarding places
where good accommodations are furnished
at moderate p-lces.
Tbe superior dally service now afforded by
tbe Burlington Rout to Hot Springs, with
through sleeping car acooia mentations from
Omaha, Lincoln, Aurora aud Orand Island,
makes the trip an easy and enjoyable one;
ami for the beneflt of all Who desire to test
the efficacy of the waters, round trip tickets
at reduced rates, good for ninety days are
now on sale at all offices of tbe Burlington
For pamphlet, descriptive of the spring',
and full Information as to rates, time, etc.,
apply to any agent of the company, or to
J,. Fhancih, Oen't Pass'r & Tk't Agt.,
The UakulM Hot Springs,
The Improvements that bare taken place at
the Dakota Hot Springs during the put year
make It now one cf the most popular, attrac
tive and desirable resorts ot tbe country. In
addition to the benefits to be derived from
the use ot the water, tbe superior climate
nnd beautiful natural surroundings reader it
an especially attraotire resort, while tbe
curative properties ot the water makes the
Springs a rival of the famous Hot Springs of
Arkansas. Ample hotel accommodations
are provided at reasonable rates, and the
journey to and from can now be quickly and
comfortably made via the Fremont, Klkhorn
& Missouri Valley Kallroad, the only all
rail Hue to the Hot Springs. Excursion
tickets are sold nt reduced rates. Full Infor
mation cau be obtained on application to
W. M. Biiii-uan, Gen. Act,
Lincoln, Neb., or
Jno. T. JJustln, City Tkt. Agt., 11!W O
street: E..T.' Moore, Depot Tkt. AgL.lCor.
otn and 8 street, or to J. R. Buckbam, Gen.
Pass. Agt., Omaha, New.
ilurlluatoit Houto The Uiitlng; Season I
People have already bgau planning ttia I
summer ,trips, nml we would suggest that
vou nost toaratlva resm'nWntc the wonderful
treat flsWuir In Esses park", Col. The health'
sWlucbatba and aufet' rail ot Dskoti Hot
Springs, the hunting and' fishing of Wyom
ing or me lasmonaoie uengnis oi uiuiiou
The Burlington will take you to anv ot them
speedily and without fatigue. There are
many other places in which you cau siend
the heated term, and the agent at the B. &
M. depot or city office cau till you all about
them Callandgetajtxjokpf summer tours
aud look Ujov'er. 'You will And R fujl of
good things andValuable bints. '
A. C. ZlEMKR,
City Passenger Agent.
AUNT SARAH'S GOWNS,
6ME HAS NOT CHANGED HER STYLE
OF DRESS FOR VEAR9
h VltH.fl "Nlsen Mlrauily" In New
fork ami Statltsd the I'eople of Ilia
Metropolis with Her OIl Htjln flarti,
tl'li'lch li Hera Depicted,
IH pedal Correspondence.
New York, July 10. Up In Squeo
dunk, about two miles buck of thu vil
lage and half it mllo oti tho bias from
Buttermilk Falls, Aunt S.irnh liven mid
tins lived, without over having hud n il
siro to leave ever since lb'2. whn -di"
married Uncle Zebedeo and li-.-c.tii.-)
lulitreu of lila homo.
AUNT SAItAll'S THAVKUNO DH4 AND
r MOIIfJIMI DOWN.
Tho years linvo tttood still for Aim'
Snrnh ns fur ns taslilon tfoes. nml jucIi
succeeding year, when oho unfolded lior
wedding clothes, her traveling dress mid
second day gown and morning robo to
air them nml pack thuin away again in
fragrant sweet clover, they seem so new
aud fresh to her that sho cannot Imagine
thafthoy would )ki cnrfoxitlcs to any
ono else, nnd ho when lately her grand
niece was about to start for Europe
Aunt Sarah decided to make her u vIhR.
Accordingly she packed her trunk with
all that bridal linery that had lain ho
long In tho clover scented drawero, and
soon nfter made her appearance nt Nfccci
Mlrandy'n on Fifth avenuo In Now York,
In the gray barcgo traveling gown of
inahy flounce, rnch bordered with taf
fetas ribbon, with n fichu 'and ribbon
bows in front, In full nulled uudertileovcH
nnd n bonnet of gray satin shirred in the
back nnd with a drooping plume. Ilet
largo scalloped handkerchief was carried
In her hand, held daintily by thu inlddlo.
contrasting strangely with her toll worn
hands. She would not coil her jjlovcs mi
cars; not she.
The next morning tdio camo down to
breakfast In an ethereal robo of tafk-ia.
snuff brown In color, trimmed with
bands of brown molro und n regitn-nt or
bows, and tho satno sot of hoops, mid
with a remarkable tulle cap on her lu-.id.
with rosettes of pink ribbon, and Mit
looked with distasto upon tho morning
gown worn by her nloco; and tho grand
niece's toilet received it hoveio sniir of
disapprobation, as it wiw nimp!o zephyr
gingham, mid entirely disproportionate
as to width of skirt or lu-r fiithi-iV
Then Aunt Sarah wanted to rakl- a
walk down Fifth avenue, and piPM-ntod
herself dressed for tho promenade in a
bright royal purple molro, mado with s
vero plainness as to skirt mid walut, ex
cept tho zigzag lines of black velvet
down the front, and tho lacn under
Hleeves reached to thu wrist, whero they
wero met by green kid gloves Her bon
net was of ilovo colored natln, with mi
ostrich plumo of tho same shade outside
und pink roses inside by tho cheeks, and
n frill of white lnci inside tho bum.
She looked severely and with oviden
pity on Mirandy'a plain black rumvl'e
hair gown, and turned up Her nnn in
secret over the obvious fact that slie had
no hoops to wear, anil curiously enough
In the confusion of sights ami hoiiimN
alio fnilrd to notlro that other women
were dressed just like Mimndy, and she
meditated that afternoon us to the possi
Wllty of Mlrandy'H Imsb.ind bavlntr
fnlled In business, and slut thought ot th
egg money that alio had savfd in a collm
box that she had always kept iu the old
clock, and was thinking uf giving hr
enough to get one decent outfit, at teas.
for herself and daughter who wss gotm;
abtoid without suitable clulhicg.
AUJIT SARAH'S KVE.NINO TOILET AC flOM
That evening there wur com pi m ind
Aunt Sarah camo down biuiinu mid
smiling In a wonderful dress of whit
tuffetn with threo dojp li'iunceH, hh-i.
having regular flowor lwln of brilliant
pink, blue nnd yellow blossoms in their
foliage Tbe slaves w-ru (lowing, and
worn with open nndersleeves of blond
lacn, and a littln row of gold bonds mid
a handsome, teal lace handkerchief, mid
with her Stills abundant hair rilcdy
crimped Thl dre'ss sho Blmost decided
to give to Mirandy'a niece outright, m)
sorry she felt for her in a simple white
gown of Japanese crepe that clung
closely to her, slender.young figure, look
ing "for all the world just like u night
gownr'ao she after ward told Unclf,Z-b-
Th visit waaovr and Aunt Sarah
went home blissfully ignorant that her
precious gowns were out of style.
Let us honor "Mlrandy" and Mirandy'a
daughter for their delicate and very un
usual treatment of Aunt Sarah, and bo
glad that she is oot "out of conceit"
with her'rich but queer old dresses, and
above all .let ut be thankful that wj
don't have to wear such ourselves.
SATURDAY, JULY 25,
A friend of mlno-poir callow youth
Wan married yesternight,
And I went to tho obsoiules
And watched tho mournful rite.
And itrolUnu around w Ith uloomy thoualit
Forhohnti been my friend
I camo upon the wedding ulftt
Kind friends had thouuht to send.
Upon a tablo they were laid.
All cluttered In a rlnir.
Full seven dozen eomenlr spoons
And not another thing.
There wero Itoslon, bynii and Salem spoons,
And spoons of Souanttimvllle,
And spoons from Squcdunk and Cohoet,
Huag't Patch nnd Jones' Mill.
And tout enlrs of Oconto WashlnBton.
And Noah and tho ark.
And Ke, nnd O rover Cleelnnd too,
And Moses In tho dark.
And 1 wept a wet and liquid tear,
And I said within my heart,
"What could n marrlaso do but fall
With such a dismal start?"
For much I doubt, as married life
Wears off Its rIoss with years,
That tho thouuht of spoons such plcostiro
At to warrant ou enlrs.
He Made a llatl llreak.
She Oh, don't you think Miss Browne Is
the nicest girl In tho world?
He Why, jes, of course, if jou think so.
She Aud her eyest Oh, don't you think
they nro splendid?
She And hasn't sho tho cute.M little
mouth nnd the kindest, dearest face?
Ho Yes, Indeed.
She And such n beautiful complexion!
And what halrl
He Very beautiful.
She And, then, Isn't she graceful, nml
locsn't she waltz divinely?
He My, yes.
Sho And isn't sho tho sweetest, sweetest
He Yes, Indeed.
She And don't you think sho knows an
awful lot, nnd don't you-oo-ooo-ooo
He Why, what's the matter, Mabel?
Sho Oh, I t-h-o-u-K-h-t y-o-u 1-o-v-e-d me,
He Why, so I do.
Sho W-e-l-l, then, how enn you bear to
tnlk so n-b-o-u-t t-h-n-t h-o-r-r-l-b-l-o o-l-d
u-g-I-y Urowne girl? Sheflleld Telegraph.
She Soneil Up Ills Pockets.
There Is n young married woman of my
acquaintance whose first wifely cxperieuco
with tho needle bus resulted In a capital
Kko on her. Sho found what appeared to
two Immense rips on tho Inside of the
talis of her husband's frock coat, and while
be was down town she carefully sewed
them up. When the young man came
home to lunch his wlfo met him, coat in
"I've Just inonded It," sho said; "there
were two awful rips la the tails of It."
"Let me Bee," said the husband ot the
Industrious young woman. "Idldn'tknow
there was a tear In It."
"Yes, there was; right there."
"Uut those are the"
Tho young man caught the look ot Inno
cent doubt on bis wife's face and stopped.
"Yes, those were fearful rips; things
were getting In them all the time."
And the young man went down to his
office nnd picked out the threads In order
to get at hU bank book nnd a few letters
that tie bad In those tall pockets. Kansas
Jack Will you come out for a sail In inj
cntboat this morning?
Charlie Delighted to, old fellow, If
you'll wait till I chungo my clothes. I
don't want to run the risk ot getting this
yachting suit wet. Munsey's Weekly.
The Modern Drama.
Farmer's Boy Say, pop, there's a man
outside wants a job to help clean out the
stables and feed pigs and do other chores
for a while.
Farmer A tramp?
Boy Dunno; he's purty well dressed.
Farmer (who has rend Denmnn Thomp
son's "Old Homestead") Ohl I guess he's
some New York nctor practlcln fer a new
play. Good News.
A Temler Correspondence.
COfiA TO JAKK.
Deaii Jake Come tomorrow ovenlDU sure.
Pap Is at home, but Is laid up with a soro foot.
JAKE TO C0II A.
DEAn Cora I can't come tomorrow even
ing. I am laid up on account of your papa's
soro foot. Sec? Jake.
New York Herald.
A Moving Mystery.
Mrs. Brickrow (after the moving) The
family who lost lived In this house left it
In a perfectly horrible condition.
Mr. Brickrow Tho agent told mo it had
stood empty ever since wo lived In It be
fore. New York Weekly.
The Ilesult of Truliilng.
"This, Indies nnd gentleman, Is the cele
brated trick mule, 'Dot,'" said the clown,
as the animal was being led In Jo the ring
"After tunny years of effort I am able to
say I can make him do anything that lit
Voung Bourer (diffidently) Yes, MU
Lucy, they do say I am clever at baseball
Lucy (yawning) 1 should so (yawm
dearly love to see ou make a (yawn) home,
run. I'ltuburK Bulletin.
"What Is the difference between a man
of family nnd a family man?"
"One boasts of his ancestors, the other
brags about his progeny." New York
Penolone What would you suggest as
favors for our next german, Dolly?
Dorothy (unhesltatiugly) Huhbnuds.
Teacher Johnny, give me the name ot
the largest known diamond.
Johnny Tbe ace. Brooklyn Eagle.
MtM OHlif "Msf
This man always had his
.AM ' '! "
OHEAPBR THAN ANYONE ELSE COULD AFFORD AND THAT'S THE WAY HE OOT
The Interior Decorative Company,
A. C. Ziijmiju, Pres.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
WITH US FOR
FOR 8UNDAY DINNER,
AND THEY. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Sutton & Hollowbtjsh
Makers of Hon Rons and Chocolates.
Also Delicious Ice Cream and Soda Water.
SUMMER SPECIALTIES !
Thin Coats and Vests
Alpaca, Serges, Pongee, Silk Lustres,
Drab Dete, Mohair,
And all popular Fabrics so Cool and Comfortable in ':
e many stvlcs we show will
make will certainly please you.
Madras and Flannel Shirts
BEFORE YOU BUY.
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner O and !Oth Streets.
The Peoples' Store
We have decided to continue 'our SPECIAL RE
DUCED PRICES on all
SUMMER -:- GOODS
(luring the month of July in order to reduce our stock
punitory to putting in fall goods.
'Come and Look us Through and Get
KILPATRICK-KO'CH DRY GOODS CO,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes.
1518-1520 O Street.,
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