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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1891
Never Buy a Carpet
UNTIL VOL HAVU SEEN THE
Exposition Carpet House
ALL THK NEWEST EFFECTS IN
COLORINGS AND DESIGNS
wc show all the newest tilings In house
drupe, nnd have an attractive line of
Always see the Exposition Carpet Store
If you Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
H. K.ror. Iltluiml I" Mis.
THEY WILL EARN INTEREST FOR YOU
5-Five per Ct. per Annum-5
Have filio 11 week niul II amounts with
ntorcst In live year to I,"mi.
Hank opens at ll:S0 n. in. to :i::ti) ji. in. and
Saturday c-voiilni;-, .1 to s i. in.
Safes to Rent in Burglar and Fire
National ; Bank.
I. M. Itiiyinonil, Lewis liiegory,
1'rcsldent Vleo President
S. II llnrnliMin.
I). (I. Wing.
E -A. 3ST EI .
LlMJJLV, I NlCIJIiASKA.
Ojihrrt mid fJivectoi.i:
John II, Wright, I'ri".. T. IC. Hnndeis, V.-I'-
.1. II. McCluy, Cihler.
A H Ituyinond, II I" Lull, Thus t'ochran B
It Hirer, Chils West, F L Sheldon.
General Hanking liusiness Transacted.
German National Bank,
(.' I!. M'mtu'onu-rj , Prrsident
Herman II Sehahnc. in- Pi ml
Joseph ll.iehuier, (.'nshlei.
U. .1. Wlko.N. A.hl. Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Issues letters ol eieilll.iliuu .Units mi nil arls
ol'lhewoilil Koit Imi enlli ( lion" a spu'laltv
it, 1 1 . h ,1111 1 I h'. Vultllt, I
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s rt .1 I 1 '- t.i l'ariliiilr.ft.f. I
Mux nl I'm iloiol.Miiliie '
I'lt-nsnnt Hour C'luli.
There will Im n business, meeting of the
l'lennnt Hour eluh Friday evening, Oct (Hli
nt 7;0 o'clock nt the store of C It. lllehtor,
llnrr block. V. Mohtom Smith, Seet'y,
t It ItiniTRii, l'res.
A Ureal Country anil How to llemli It.
Owing to the great amount of lntoret
shown in the northw extern stntes, and espee
fully In Montana mid Washington, the North
ern 1'nellle Hnllroad as prepared two folder,
entitled "Uolden Montnim" and "Fruitful
Washington," which eontnln 11 grent many
Interesting nnd vnlunblo details In reference
to ellnmte, topography, agriculture, stock
raising, mining, lumbering, government and
railroad land?, homesteads and other sub
ject of Interest to the capitalist, business
man or settler. These folders can now lie
obtained on application to the General Pas
senger Agent of the road.
It should lie Itornc. in mind by travelers to
the Northwest that, among other thing, the
Northern I'niillo Hailrond oilers the follow
ing advantages It Is the direct lino to prin
cipal polntH in Minnesota, North Dakota,
Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington,
It has two trams daily to Helena and llutte,
Mont , Hpokane, Tacomaaiiil Seattle, Wah.,
and Portland, Ore, It has complete equip
ment of Pullman llrst class sleeping cars,
dining ears, day coaches, I'ulltnan tourist
and flee colonist sleepets, the ears being
new, comfortable and neat, It has through
sleeping car service every day from Chicago,
HI., to Montana and l'aclllc Coast points, of
l'ullman llrst -class and tourist sleeping cars
in connection wli 1 the Wisconsin Central
Line, and vestlhi.ied 111 st class sleepers via
C. M.iVSt. I. Ky.; It pies through the
grandest scenery of seven states and the
great young cities of the northeest. The
service is complete in ev.iry respect, the
"Yellowstone I'ark and Dining Car Uoutu"
being, in fact, a thoroughly llrst clays line to
trnvel over. District Passenger Agents of
the eonipnuy will supply publications refer
red to uhnc, with limps, time tables, rates
or other special information, on coummnlea
tlousuddicsscd to Chas. S. Fee, U. P & T.
A., Ht.l'aul, Minn., will receive piompt attention
A) el's deserve llimk
contains all the latest and most approvisl
reeiH's for canning ami preserving fruit, mid
for making Jellies, Jams, tnarmalailes, sweet
and sour pickles, catsups, etc. Written ex
pressly for Dr. J. C. Ayer iV Co., by 11 cele
brated authority on culinary matters.
Every recipe tested and proven to be the
best of its kind. Send 11 U-eetit stump to Dr
J. C. Ayer N: Co., Lowell, .Muss.
Tin- Sioux Cll Corn I'liluco Too One
Nei Thing t'mler the Sun Opens Oe-
toher I, (Muses Ortnhcr 17, MM.
The Sioux City corn p'daee opens Oct. 1st,
closes Oct l?lli, 1MH. Ten thousand words
could not Milllce to Justly describe this uni
que structure and the remarkable exhibits In
It A novel feature this year will be an ex
hibit from Central and South America with
nntlves in their own peculiar dress. The
great Mexican band (.Ml piece) gives dally eon;
certs. The K K. and M V. 11. 11. (North
Western line) is tlie only road from Lincoln
operating Its own lines direct to Sioux City
and Is the pioneer Corn Palace Lino. Olllee
llJKIO t-trcet. Call for special rates, dates
of sale, etc. W. M. Shipman,
J. T. MasTI.V, Ueni Auelit.
City Ticket Agent
Ilotnliugthe O street grocer Is still on
deck, commanding the vessel in a storm of
Wedding I in Hal Ions.
We are headquarters for these goods and
furnish them from the cheapest printed card
to the finest engraved work. Having had
wjveii yeara experience we Keep posted
on the most stylish designs absolutely cor-
rect tonus, etc. All we ask intending pur
chasers is to call unil inspect samples of the
work we are dally turning out. ll:tlN stieet.
New styles of
invitations just in nt Tiik
Fifteen arils line black dress silk also
trimmings to mateh. Will trade for phae
ton. Address Jones, enrw Courier.
II. V 31. to Ihe Sioux City Corn 1'nhue.
The "Hurllngton" makes the quickest time
between Lincoln and Sioux City, and they
sell round trip tickets nt one fare, beginning
September UOth. Call on the agent at 11. ic
M. depot or at the city olllee, eorner O and
Tenth streets for further information.
A. C. Ziemek, City Pass. Ag't.
With thanks to the St. Ixiuls Sporting
AVics, TlIK Coirimill presents to its readers
the handsome picture of Captain Anson, the
great Chicago liase ball nriuager and mag
Ladle? will consult their best interests by
ordering their meat and game at Chipman
and Sheen, 1511 O street. All orders either
In pei'son or over telephone IN) will bo
Only the finest cuts and choicest meats
served to customers of Chipman fc Sheen,
I5UO street. Plume ISO.
Of the various dallies In the west that come
to the Couiuku's exchange table none seem
to prosper more than the St. Joseph .Wick.
It is a tieau, rentable, crisp and newsy sheet,
artistically gathered up, well arranged and
chronicles the events of the day in a concise
and breey style. Its telegram service is ex
cellent while the local stalf presents the days
home doings extensively and In readable
The Klglitli Wonder Is the Minis CI I) Colli
This Festival opens Oct 1, closes Oct. 17,
IK I Among the numerous attractions nre
the Mexican Military Hand of 5U skilled mu
sicians, and an exhibit from CVntial and
South America, accompanied by a tnmih of
natives in their Peculiar Dress.. The L'nion
1'acitle has made a rate of One Fare tor the
Hound Trip. For date.- ol sale, hunts, etc.,
apply to your nearest Union Pacific agent
Onlj Ten III Cents 11 I'uek.
The celebrated "Iluiilugton Home" apply
iug cards are now sold at ten cents per pack,
(fill cents is the usual price lor such cardsi.
Whist, hlgli-llve and euehiv parties will soon
lie In order, and w woul 1 Miggest that you
l'y In a stoei; ot these cards for future re
quirement. A. C. Z.IKMCIl,
City Pas-euger Agent.
Voullilleiie Kiiinptiin I'nue 1'ieimi linn,
Ladles, If you want most elegant laeepiep- 1
aratlon, trj tliis one. It is pure as spring I
water, no lead, sediment or other iniuiiousj
stlbsti'iices. It makes your skin soft, tivh,
and clear, removes tan, blotches, decolora
tions, and impaii a pearly complexion
Ifyourtaceis not what you deue it, tr
Voiltllilene". 1 gliaralltif It to give pel tect
satisfaction. 1 have sought for a piepara
Hon that will mal.e comleious fresh and
young looking and now I liae touud it, re-1
tailed at two dollars or three tor lle. I have
seemed tlie agency tor this tiii.t) article.
J. H. H.Utl.KV. Druggist, I incoln, Neb.
WOMEN'S FALL GOWNS.
THEV ARE TRULY SUPERB
Ollvr llnrper Diorrllirt tlin Wonderfiill)
Omul KfTrrls Olitiilnmt lijr Die Coiiililint
tloo of I'alllo mid Velvet, Ami Horn Am
Cut to Muko tlin Storr Clear.
Ni:w Voiik, Oct. L Nothing innltos a
moro superb gown than tlio falllo frnn
calso of this season. Tlio cord is licavlet
nnd thotoxtttro moro glossy nnd lustrtnu
than over beforo, nnd It fulls into snuli
rich folds that it is a delight to the nr
tistlc eya Tlio colors nro iilso very
beautiful Tho warm, golden tinted
wood browns nro particularly handsome
An imported gown which was on prlvato
view last week had it plain full doml
train railing from gathers In tho baud
which wero sowed to a pointed bodice
Tlio sides wero ndjusfed so that tlioy
laid smoothly over the hips, and tho
skirt opened in front, dlsclosiLj a front
of velvet in a deeper shadoof tho brown
so that it showed relicts of gold In tho
All around tho skirt and on tho waist
was a narrow
passcm 0 n t o r 1 0
cord of brown
silk aud gold
braid The waist
had a peculiar
shape, there be
ing but one dart,
and that set for
ward and trim
med the wholu
length A V
shaped piece of
the velvet was
Inset at the neck,
and tho forearm
part of tho hIuovo
was of velvet.
The whole dress
Is a model of sim
ple elegance. It
can bi copied In
cashmere or any
material. It is
for a visitinir or
rAiu.n and vr.iA'irr
carriage dres, though It Is quito hand
some enough for dinners nt homo, where
low necked gowns would not bo Ilkod
by tho majority of ladies
Another very hnnilsomo fuillo and vel
vet costume, Imported by the saint
house, has tho underskirt of petunia
purple velvet, mndo quito plain and with
a demitrain Over this plain skirt is a
princesse dress of heliotropo fnillo, tho
skirt slashed from bottom to top and cut
nway so as to show tho vclvot These
slashes aro left loose and linod with taf
fetas in n lighter shado of tho same
color and bordered nil around with
black and gold pnsseinuntcrio half an
inch wide. Tho waist is cut out in the
back, as it is in front, and trimmed in
the entno manner Tlio pretty littlo
bonnet is of tho fnillo, with a butterfly
of tho vclvot edged with passcmenterio
nnd finished with threo plumes nt tho
A very pretty varlntlon from this
would bo to have a moss green Volutina
skirt, with a fawn or mnstio or tun or u
light brown overdress of camel's hnir
or light cheviot, or tho underskirt could
be of seal brown, which is a favorito
Vesterdny I saw another of these
slashed dresses. It had a petticoat of
black satin, and tho slashes wero ot or
nngo satin or silk covered with black
Chantilly laco laid on flat It had been
chosen so that each panel held just ono
complete figure of tlio design. Tho pat
tern should bo a pretty ono for this Old
lace dresses that have- seen their best
days would doubtless hnvo enough of
good plnces to get enough to cover tho
slashes, and it could bo tacked on so as
render it n littlo stronger The wnist
can bo almost any shnpo but plnin basqno,
with tho draperies and accessories of the
laco and orange sutin. This is a very
becoming style for ladles of any com
plexion. This week 1 havo seen somo novelties
in tho way of embroiderod skirts. One
is of light gray ladies' cloth, and across
tho foot of tho
skirt is a border
of fur o 1 1 0 r
beaver or coon
down and this
is cut oat in scal
loped points, and
above is a dose
silk of tho same
shade. They are
but very sumptu
ous, and -will bo
worn for early
fall by those to
whom monoy is
no object and
longed for by tho
Ladies buy the
PAU.M: AND LILAC AND
with fine jot, gilt
the culls, bometimes
or steel beads on
their own 11-itinls
A tiny pot-Ket is now sot in at the col
larol tho dress to hold the watch Of
course if the watch is very largo this j
won't do, but if small it is all right A
Email gold chain bangs down with a '
tiny unciior ot gold ot a basket, or some j
other pretty device
The bell effect will bo soon on nearly
all ot the walking dresses, Out there will ,
bo very littlo dip in tho back.
It is not now considered necessary to
have many out door dreses Each
young lady, even of tho wealthiest faint
lies, has one nice cheviot or other woolen
walking dress for best new each season,
and one that is hocond best from tho past
season for a die.ss ot good material will
witli ordinary care do for at least three
bensons, with perhaps n slight alteration
Out tho day has gone by when it was n
disgrnco to wear the same dress in the
street moro than once,
Continued from 1st page
Tho critics speak highly of Edith Hamil
ton 's performance rf Lj one In John Palm
er's "Ust Ditjs of Pompeii," which comes to
the Lansing in December.
The seats for the llrst piodtictlon of "Ther
uildor" In New York were sold at auc
tion October 1st at Charles Foihinan's
Twenty-thlhl Stieet Theatre.
Iiouls James and Fnslerle Wanle pool
Issues next season aud star Jointly. They
promise to produce the new plajs, "The
Lion's Mouth" and "Meinnon "
Major Charles E. Hlee's "MeCiirthy's Mis
haps" Company opened (he season at the St.
Chillies Theatre, New Orleans, on Monday
to a Jammed housj. This attraction Is look
ed at Funke's
The llostoulaushaui accepted a new opera,
word by Arthur Maey, music by E, A
Newcomb, both of Huston N1111111 of opeia
not yet decided upon. The llostmilaus will
he seen this season at Puukc's.
Charles Frohiuan's new Columbia Theatre,
In Huston, Is it beauty It Is to be a strictly
comedy house, aud it will lie proudeced the
works of llrousou, Howard, Sanlou, (lllletle,
llehi'co and De Mllle, and Charles Froli
innn' New York successes.
There Is a proiect tin foot in New York In
the shape of a big theatrical fair In Decern
ber lo benellt the Actors' Fund The Isiolhs
nro each to lepresent a paillcillai'theativauil
attended hj alie) of handsome actresses
tlood looking aclors aie to appear at cetialn
"Nattual (las," which Is a lale season at
ti action at Funke's, has been blitzing awitv
at Washington this week, and IIh luilllaiicy
lias rellectnl hearty laughter and good fisi
lug on very huge audiences at tlio National
Theatre. Meanwhile the ever iioptilur Sam
Cox quietly scooped In neai 1 flO,(KKI In Hie
box olllee for his stnis, Donnelly and (llraiil
Last Moiidaj nlglit, at th Haldwin Then
tlv, Sol Smith Hussell made his Mist appear
ance In San Fraucisco in several jea'" Ho
pU'sented "''eacelul Valley," Edward E.
Ivldiler's new comedy. A lelegiam iccclVeil
lu New York sajs Mr. Hussell was most
cordially welcomed b 11 large and tindiiuu
alile uuilicncc. Hussell will oeseeu at Funk's
Monday night Eiedeiick Paul Hug began
the third aud last week of his engagement at
tlie Standard Theatre New York, wheie
''The Struggle of Life" lias made su much ol
u sueet-ss that lie could continue lor 11 longer
term had tint a il'e Ions contract been made
to present tie- play at Mrs. John Drew's Aich
Street Theatre In Philadelphia on Monday
Mr. Paulding lias, however, arraiigisl to
liettnn to New Yotk in November lorn
second engagement Paudllng has an en
gagement witli the Lansing in January.
Tlie company to support Harry Lacy In
the production "Jack Hoyal of thelU," which
was pioduced at Philadelphia Mem, lay Is com
posed of the following members. J. H. Fit.
Patrick, J. II lluuity, Hany llatto, Ernest
Taiiton, James Lackaye, Myron Cnllee,
Lldsey Hurst, Claude II. Ilrooke, Logan
Paul, Phil Hunt, F. 11. Tyler, Henry Dans,
Mary Hampton, Kate Hawthorne, Maud
Monroe, Marlon P (Jill ton, Rita O'Nell,
Minnie Reeves, Nelson Waldrou, chief 11111
ehhicst; C. O. Ilrowu, electrician, Henry
tireen, in advance, nnd the reliable nnd ex
perienced Horace Wall, manager. Tho Lan
sing has Harry Lacy booked.
I'rey & Krey, liurlsls.
This prosperous firm has opened city sales
rooms nt 11 1 South Twelft street, Foreman fc
Crowes old stand, where they will keep in
tock a nice line, of cut Mowers, designs etc.
The greenhouse remains as formerly nt 'J'.'nd
aud (t streets.
the grocer for now, pure
Edw. J, Colliiison, piano tuning, voicing
and reparing, with Craucer's ait and music
The handsomest things in ladies head wear
at Herjiolshelmer it Co's millinery depart
ment. Notice of sale.
In the matter of the estate or Thomas .1.
Kldil, deceased. Notice having been hereto
hue given that lu pursuance uf an onler of
bniuuel M Chapman, one of the Judges of the
District Court of Lancaster County, Nelirasku,
the undersigned would on Hie sth day of Sip
teincer Is'Jl at one o'clock p.m. on the piem
Ises herein afterdescrllieil, oiler snld piemlses
for sale nt piddle vendue to the highest Mil
der nnd at said time the undersigned admin
tratilx deemed It for the Interest of ull pei
snns concerned theieln that said side ho xist
poiied, nou therefore notice Is hereby given
that said sale has heeu adjourned lo the lllth
day of October l-'M aud on said last date at
one o'clock p.m. on tho promises heieln lifter
descilbvd, there w 111 be sold at public vendue
lo tlie highest bidder the following described
real estate, to wit -Lit number threo 'U in
lllock number seventeen, 'IT lu Kluuni's
I "O" street addition to the city of Lincoln,
I County of Lancaster aud stub- of Nebraska,
snld sale will remain open one hour. Dated
1 September hth, lS'Jl.
I I'll.tM K-. i:. .losK-i,
I Administratrix of the estate of Thomas .1.
I Klitd, deceased At tln-on A Ilol.
HARDY & PITCHER
211 South 11th St.
Novelties in Cloaks and Dress Goods
Capes ami Ulsters,
Reefers and ICnlish Top Coats,
Trimmed Astraehan, Mink,
Moullou and Martin, at greatly
tluced pi ices.
1(1 'in '"A
A new lot b.t- .ittlwil (dlliii.e beaullful si In suitings
kcusatlou tif the low 11
Please i, til next week and Inspect mil new (ilovc dcp.iitmciil
1023 O STREET.
Wc an c iusivc ngents foi tlie high nit llrass anil Nickel
Signs, such ns wc display at our stoic. They arc attractive and
make an excellent advcrllscmcnt.
. .II'.MI'.H, liesldeut.
I 134 N
CLOTH TOP SHOES
The same shoe of
in the sprintr. and
2 to 5, Infants.
4 to lxAi Spring
Till- LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE CITY.
which have been the
not lo write thai Is the question.
us iiooiei III tile lillllil to sillli'l
The leputntlon of lining usked by
A 111111L' lad to write lu her until
Aouiigladv to write lu her autograph album,
And having kepi the book two vears, more or less,
not written In It
Or lo lake pen aualusl 11 host of doubts and fears,
And, hv ouch writing, end them? To start to write
To wilte perchiiui'e lo make a blot av, there's thu rub;
I'orln Ihiililarksiime blot what feelings urn
Hliowu forth nervousness, distrust of self.
And iiniuy olheisl -Not as, forsooth,
When one Is writing lo his girl, for then,
I The should make u blol, he draws a line
Round It, and ays It was Intentional,
And iiieaul to mark a plaeu wlieie hn did kiss.
And she believes the yarn nnd kisses It.
And believes thai she Is happy.
Cam. I'.i.wick, Mauiunr
wore so well.
II. Illilli.lt A- C11..
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