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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891
II you Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
H. K.cor. lltli nml l'Hts.
THEY WILL EARN INTEREST FOR YOU
5-l:ive pur Ct. per Annum-5
tins a 1'ilW n week iiiul It amounts
Merest In live years to fl.roD.OU.
Hank opens at "s 11. in. to ;i::0
Hntunlny evcnliiKs, S to . m.
). in. ntul
Safes to Rent in Burglar and Fire
Nickel Savings Stamps
Good (or Deposit in the Nebraska Sav
ings Bank will be found for Sale
at the Following Places:
llerpolsheliuer A Co., K.osltlon Depot 1
CliiMin A Fletcher. Willi Paper nnd sllntlon
A. L. Slimier. Drugs. Hook", Paints, Oils nml
Notions. Fifteenth nml O.
llnlilwln llros., Hardware, 12IT0.
McKciiny A Son, Drum, Stationery, mid
Notions, '-Til! O.
Htclnor & SclicuU, DIspensliiK DrutcKlst,
corner Twelfth nml 1'.
lljorkiiinn A Lliutwull, lnnrlHt. iM North
.1. M. Ilronil, Oroeerles, etc., NM North
Llndelt Hotel, Corner Thirteenth ami M.
V. Oiikc Miller, Coiifeetlonnry nml Notions
E. .1. (tulle. Genernl Merchandise, etc.,
' ChnrlesE. McMuirny, Oroeerles nml Meat,
lerican $ EXCuanoe
H. H. Iliirnhiiin.
INJJLV, I 'NEBRASKA.
Officers and Director):
John 11. Wright. 1'res. T. E. Sanders, V.-
J. II. McClay, Cashier.
A H Itiiymond, II 1' Lull, Thos Cochran
It .Slzer, Cltas West, K L hhelilon.
General Hanking Huslnuss Transacted,
German National Bank,
C. E. M mummy Pushkin
lleimiiu II M'habi-ii: ice I'lesl
.k'sipb lt.ii'luuer (ashlei,
i). .1 Wilcox, Assi. t ashler.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Issues letteisof eieilit.iliawtliiiftson allpniu
of tho world. Fnu-luii eollectloiis a speelulti
lit S) $M
w i.mB!R 1
1 iIH & millTV ' ' 1
r- ibm 2 laim imi, '
1 ) Bam HI' 5
As IIipTwIijU II nil the Tree Inclines.
How often do fond parents give to their
loving offspring a nickel or n dime mid even
n quarter or more, simply as enillug mon
ey. Of oonr-w the dear Innocents knowing
little the value of money or what gol It
would do them If saved up for nfter years,
go straight way to the randy shop and the
precious coin that l'npii has no long worked
for Is soon "out of sight nnd out of inlnd."
This transaction Is lepeated ns often ns the
kind and Indulgent papa or lunmtuit sees tit
to do no. l'nrents know little of the dan
ger and MKr habits Hint they me leading
their little ones Into by these wemltigly little
but almost regular presents. Of cours the
Couhikh doe not wish to In umlerstnisl
that all parents In Lincoln mnke this prac
tice, but a greater majority of them have
ncimlred the habit. It Is not said that
money should not be given to children, To
the contrary; they should receive small sums
occasionally, or even regularly, but they
should lw taught early in life whnt economy
Is, the real worth of the nhmghty ilollar nml
the good that It will do them If saved, when
they are men and women, "Well, Its only n
nlckle" Is too often the tlrst beginning of thu
life of n spendthrift who In after years looks
back to remark, "If my nrents had reauil
me differently 1 would now lie well to door
Never in the history of our country hive
the fond pirents of America had the advaii
tuges offered In assisting them to raise their
olTi'prltig, aw Is now being extended by the
nickel savings stamp system for which the
Nebraska Havings bank of this city has been
authorized tq do the. business. It Is a pliiti
that is worth most careful consideration by
everyone that has the let Interests of their
children at heart. The Idea is it ti excellent
one mid one that attracts the attention of
the coming geiieintlon as soon us explained
to them. The Nebraska Savings bank linn
on deposit at various stores In all sections of
the city, stamps similar to those used for
mailing letters each, being (.ihxI for live cents.
The stores nlo have n supply of neat little
hooks which nre given to purchasers or
stumps in a liich to stli'k them. Knell page
will hold a dollui's worth of stamps and when
tilled, Is taken to thu bank nml the young
economist opens n regular banking account,
gets n book mid each subsequent page is
torn out mid the amount ctitertd thereon.
This plan pleases the little ones nml makes
them feel an Important factor In the great
commercial Held of life. I'm cuts will ilo
well to look Into this project to instil practi
cal economy into the mliiils of the coming
generation. If you will call at thu bank or
address them the cashier mil gladly give you
n descriptive pamphlet of the plan giving
full Information in detail. Remember that
"as the twig Is bent the tiee inclines,"
This will Intercut the Ladles,
Mis. Helen A. Townsley of Uhlcago, will
open mi extensive Japiucsu onrur In llernnl
sheimer it Company's KxKisition building,
N mid 12th stieets. Oriental curios of iUiiiut
design, household liil-a-lnac, ornamental yet
practical. Will be opened within a week.
Call nml see what we oiler.
Mus. IIklkn A. Toiv.nsi.kv.
A) el's l'li-sunc Hook
contains nil the latest and most approved
recipes for canning mid preserving fruit, mid
fur making Jellies, Iiiiiis, marmalades, sweet
nnd sour pickles, catsups, etc. Written ex
pressly for Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., by u cele
brated authority on culinary matters.
Every recipe tested mid proven to bo the
best of its kind. Semi a '-'-cent stamp to Dr.
J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, .Mass.
The Sioux City Corn I'alaee Tue One
New Thing L'liiler tile Still Opens Mi;-
toher 1, Closes Oi'tiiher IT, Mil.
The Sioux City corn pilaco opens Oct. 1st,
clo-es Oct. 17th, ISM. Ten thousand words
could not sulllce to Justly describe this uiil
ipie structure ami thu remarkable exhibits in
It A novel feature this year will bo an ex
hibit from Central and South America with
natives lit their own peculiar dress. The
great Mexican band (.VI pieces) givesdaily con
ceits. TheF E.andM V. it. H. (North
Western line) is the only roul frjin Lincoln
operating its own lines direct to Sioux City
and Is the pioneer Corn I'.iluco Line. Olllce
ll!'.:tO street. Call for siecial rates, dates
of sale, etc. W. M. Sllll'MAN,
J. T. Mastix, Geu'l Asrcnt.
City Ticket Agent.
Ilotnllugtht O street grower Is still
deck, coiuinaiidingthe vessel in a storm
Wool combination suits fir ladies nt -."
a suit. The best ill tho world for the money
nt HerK)sheinier it Co.
Edw. J, Colliiisou, piano tuning, voicing
nml reparing, with Craucer's art and music
The handsomest things in ladies head wvar
at HerHlsheimer it Co's millinery depart
ment. Only the finest cuts and choicest meats
served to customers of Chipniaii & Sheen,
11U (J street. Phone ISO.
The VelluwstoiiH Park Line.
The Northern l'acltlc Womleiluul em
braces a list of attractions simply unetpialud.
The Twin Cities of Ht. Paul mid Mluneaplis
nt the head of navigation on thu Mississippi,
Duhith, Ashland and the Superiors nt thu
head of Lake Superior; to the westward, the
Lake Park Region of J Minnesota, thu lied
River Valley wheat Ileitis, Valley of tint
Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park,
Hoztjnian nml Hie Gnllutin Valley, Helena
ami Butte. Missoula ami thu Hitter Hoot
Valley, Chirks Fork of tint Columbia, Lakes '
Peiul d'Oreillu iiiul Cu'iir d'Alene, Spokane j
City ami lulls, l'aloiise, Walla Walla, Ilig
I Ditmlaud Yakima agricultural districts, Mt. 1
lacomn ami thu Cnseade Mountains, 'laco
inn, Seattle, Piiynllup Valley, Suoipiiilmie
Falls, Puget Sound, tho Columbia lllver,
I Poitlftlid nnd the Willamette Valley, flray's '
Harbor and City. Willapi llmbor and C.ity
of South lieuil, Victoria on Vaneouvers Is- ,
mid, Alaska on the north and California 011 !
the south. j
The Noithern PucluV runs two dally ex
pi ess trains with Dining Car and complete
Pullman service between St. Paul and Tacos 1
ma and Poitlaml, via Helena and Butte with
Through Tourist ntul Vostlbuled Pullman '
Sleeih'i's from nnd to I 'hie igo via the Wlcon-
1 sin Central, and tlrst class thionh sleeping
cur service in connection with the Chicigo, I
Milwaukee it St Paul lty
Passengers from the east leaving St Louis I
in the forenoon and Chicago in the ntternon, '
will make close couiieetioiis with the morn-I
lug train out of St Paul ut U.00 n. in. thu
following day: leaving Cltleagi at night,
conutctlon wlllbtf inide with T111111 No 1,
leaving St. PnuNilA the next utternoon.
Yni.t.owsroxi: Pakk skasox. Ji-.m: it th
District Pa-senger Agents of the Northern
Pat'illc Itailioail will take plensiire in supply
ing iufoi illation, ratu, limps, time tables,'
etc., or application can bo made to ('litis S,
Fee, O. P. A., St. Paul, Minn.
Write to above mldivss for the latest and
I best nmi yet publuhisl of Alaska fnt o -list I
rllo had huntcil for the nurth polo and
clnlmeil Hint ho Iiiul found Itl
Capo Horn was hut a picnic fur ho know how
to surround It,
And "hen It caiiio to Africa well, now, I
Hut that he urowlcil when pooplo thought to
Htnnloy ho'd knock under!
Kur ho'tl holinnbbisl with all.
Ilenst, klntt ami ciiiinllmlt
Well he know thu Colnjo, Nluer and tho Nile.
KIIIInm-NJnro lie hud straddled,
Thnuith his very guides grow addled,
Nor could Tallica!!) Iku's billows stir hit bile.
In thoilcpths hf Asia's Jminles, the tltfer he
he hud cnptunsl.
On the Himalayan summits ho had rhnpsn
ill 7 I'd enraptured;
Ilo delved In lliiilillin's mysteries, thon China
The doctrines of Confucius ho furiously raided
In Australia, by the way.
Ho was utterly ail fait;
jj thu bush he lived for days on kanitaroo,
lie hail oyaueil Uhiii a whaler
Till ho felt himself n sailor.
Anil for Inck of lands to conquer ho was ttlun.
Bo ho pitched Into astronomy ami thu wide
heavens dissect eil,
Till ho could tell Just why thoiun with hiiiiiII.
pox Is affected.
HsBwnro thu man within thu moon Is quite a
Anil that tho milky way runs o'er with cream
both thick and mellow.
Vet when his wife fnrnot
Her pursuant! made him trot
To search In a ilress tsickel for It tnlndl
There his Waterloo ho met,
Anil ho learned that there were ct,
ThhiKs that oven ho ronlil never, novcr find.
-Drown I'errlmaii In Vmikco lllailo.
The editor of a college (taper snya Hint a
famous college president, n clergyman,
wns addressing thu students In thochapol
nt the beginning of thu college year.
"It is," liu said In conclusion, "a matter
of congratulation to nil thu friends of the
collegu that this jcar opens with thu larg
est freshman class In its history."
And then, without any pause, he turned
to thu lesson for tint day, thu third Psalm,
ntul began to read In u volco of thunder;
"loril, how aru they Increased that
trouble inul" Youth's Companion.
A Ia Down Trick.
. ti,L ' V'
"I). it's u had trick yo' uiilel Iuilsa'a got,
"I douu hruk ubury Hhubel mi broom on
de placo on tint uiilel an kyaut cure her,
"I kin, Hrcr Jacksonl"
"Hrcr Peters, of you euro tint muel I
gwlno glv' yo' two imllots un a watermil
llon." "I'se gwlno olf lienh in de hushes, nn ef
yo' n honorable muel like w'nt you looku
llko, yo' gwlue to Htau still, tin no pullln
011 datole rope, w'nt nln't strong, nohow;
you lienh mer"
"jrok a' dat. Hrcr Jackson: look a'
"Kl, Hrcr Peters, niii' sho n-givinor"
"Is yo' hurt, Loulsaf Po' Louisal I reely
'fttonlshed w'eu I seuyo' git a full like dat."
"Did yo' foots slip, Louisa? W'nt inaks
yo' Jump in de water dat-a-wuy?"
"Louisa look kin a down hearted, Drcr
"Dey ain't no mo pullback in tint muel;
I jlst Keep do blinkers on her and tie her
w if a piece of cotton thread dose days."
A Mjsti-rj Cleared t'p.
"How Is It that your boss' sweet wines
cost so much more than the sour onesr"
asked 11 gentleman of thu U(iior dealer's
"Do you suppose tho boss gets his sugar
for nothing?" was the Incautious reply.
I'orced to It.
Melton 1 see that Manger has broken
oft his engagement
Dobhs What was tho dllllcultyf
Multon He found out that he couldn't
get married without getting a now dress
suit. Clothier and Furnisher
"What is thu dilTei eute bit ween n chirop
odist ami 11 coin doctor!"
"Thiee dollar 11 11 hour." Notv Vork
lint Now It's IMIl'erent.
How the world changes! No one wanted
to get Into stocks during puritanical time.
C -SJ , 771
j A v
s. ' f f s
llesert lug of I'nlriiimge,
What wns sttu ted ns a venture nhout a
year ngo has resulbsl In one of tho most pro
nounced business successes In Lincoln, We
refer to the new mercantile house of ICIIpnt
rlekKoch Dry (lixsls Co., wljo nre now
well estnbllslnsl In the U-ntitlful doilblo store
nt 1MH mid tWO 0 street. The business since
Its Inception has been under tho elllcleut
management of Mr. A. E. Pike nml a more
gentlemanly minager or 11 moie coiteous
salt small could 1st found no where. Mr.
''Ike Is 1111 enterprising and careful business
man ntul ns zealous for the company's best
Intel ests ns If the plant was his own proiter-
I ty, It Is under Husk clicmustnuces that the
kilpatrli'k-koch dry goods coiupiuy has
been nitiniu'cd from the position of n strang
er in n strange place to one or thu best known
ami most popular business marls of Lincoln.
The llrm has steadily advanced In Impor
tance nnd Its trade cm rcsponillugly Increased,
until now when the customer enters h will
always Mud a large audience present to en
Joy Hie eiiteitnlumeiit nltoulcd, by giving
pleasant attention mid tilling each want ut
pi Ices that nluayr please.
Contrary to what the (Inn's name Im
plies, It Is not exclusively a dry goods store,
but their flock in this Hue, howovor, Is the
largest hi the city, The store being more
than double the sl. of our ordinary dry
gotsls houses, part of the spacious
room Is supplied with u large nml
well nsoitel stock of staple and fancy
groceiles, lioots and shoes, These will be
fouiiil In Inrguaiitl varied assortments, In
groceries the llrm Is constantly making
ill lies nml our laity rentiers will do well to
call there ami look over the line and get
pi Ices, In their slits' department will al
ways he found the latest styles ami novelties
nt attract le tuliv. The dry go.ids tU'part-
' ment L Just now nttinctlng universal atten
tion and tho dear ladles nre seen theie by
by the score looking nt 11 itiuels, dress goods,
ymns, btniikets, comfortiibles, nml nil thu
other iiecissitles of winter llfu nml thu bar
gains that are being ipiotetl make it very In
teresting for Itujers,
Kllpatriek.lCoch, dry gotsls company Is a
live wide uwnke liouso that wnnts your
patronage and Is oll'ei lug, nil Inducements
for jour trade. Why not go ami see them
for jour supplies of iliy goods, j-roeoiics,
boots mid shoes' Its n congenial place to
dull nnd the number Is I.MS-'.HI O street.
A Oi'S'at Country anil How to (lea. It It.
Owing to the gient amount of Interest
shown in the northwestern states, nml espec
ially In Montana nml Washington, tho Noith
ern Pacific llallloud ns prepaietl two folders,
entitled "(Inldcu Molilalia" nnd "Fruitful
Washington," which contain 11 gieat many.
Intel estlng ami valuable details in reference
to climate, tostgraphy, agriculture, stock
raising, mining, lumbering, government anil
rullitmd lnndr, homesteads nml other sub
jects of Intel est to thu capitalist, business
man or settler. These folders can now be
obtained tin application to the (ienernl Pas
senger Agent of the road.
It should bu hoi ne in mind by travelers tb
the Northwest that, among other things, the
Northern Pnoillc llallroatl offers the follow
ing advantages; It is the direct line to prin
cipal jtoluts In Minnesota, Noith Dakota,
Montana, Idaho, Oregon nml Washington;
It has two trams dally to Helena mid Hutte,
Mont , Spokane, Tacouiaulid Seattle, Wash.,
anil 1'jrthind, Oru; It hns complete eiiuhi.
ment of Pullman llrst clnss sleeping cars,
dining cms, day couches, Pullmiiii tourist
nnd free colonist sleepers, tho cms being
new, comfortable and Ileal , It has through
sleeping car service every day from Chicago,
III., to Montana nml Paclllc Coast points, of
Pullman first-class nml tourist sleeping cms
in coiincntlon with the WIm'ousIii Central
Line, and vestlhuled llrst class sleepjrs via
CM. A-St. P. Ity.; It pisses through the
grainiest scenery of seven stites ami tho
gieat young cities of the northwest, The
service is complete in ovary respect, the
"Yellowstone Pnrk ami Dining Car Houto"
being, in fact, n thoroughly llrst clas lluu to
travel over. DIstilct Passenger Agents of
the company will supply publications refer
red to above, with maps, time tables, rates
or other special information, on communion
tlons addre-setl to Chas. S. Fee, U. p ,t T
A., St. Paul, Minn., will iccelve piompt nt
Yoiithllf no i:iiroit-aii Tiiim I'lepiu lion, ,
Ladies, if you want most elegant fncoprep
iiiatlon, try this one. It is puro us spring
water; no lead, sediment or other luuilous
substances. It wakes your skin soft, fresh,
ami cleur; removes tan, blotches, dlscolnra
tions, nnd linpmts a peaily complexion.
If your face is not what you desheit, try
"Youthllene". I guarantee it to give perfect
satisfaction. I havu sought for a pieparu
lion that will make complexions fresh mid
young looking nml nowl Imvo found it, re
tailed nt two dollars or three for live. I havu
secured thu agency tor this tliisty article.
J. II. Haiii.kv. Druggist, Lincoln, Neb.
The i:i Klit It Wonder is lite Mimx City Corn
Tills Festival opens Oi't 1, closes Oct. 17,
1MU. Among thu numerous attractions are
the Mexican Military Hand of M skilled mu
sicians, nml 1111 exhibit fioiu Central mid
South America, accompanied by a family of
natives hi their Peculiar Dress, The I'nlou
Paclllc has made a rate of One Fare for tho
Hound Trip. For tlatus of sale, limits, etc.,
apply to your nearest Union Paclllc agent.
.11. .V M. to llm Islniix Clly Coin falatf.
The "llui llngton" makes the tpilcket time
between Lincoln ami Sioux Cltj, nnd they
sell rountl trip tickets at one fare, beginning
September ttnli. Call on the agent at H. A:
M.tleot oral the city olllc, corner O anil
Tenth streets for further iufoi motion.
A. C ZtKMKll, City Pass. Ag't.
Only Ten 10 Cents 11 l'ail..
The celebrated "Hurliiuton Iloute" apply
iug en tils me now wild at ten cents per p.iok,
1 Ml cents Is the usual price for siieh cards),
Whi-t, hlgh-nveaml eii.-hn) parties will soon
be in onler, and w w mill suggest that you
lay in n i-toci; ut the' cards for future re
ipilieinents A. C. ZlKMnit,
Citv Pus.enger Aelit.
ntli - ol -.lie.
Ill the inaltel of the estate ol Thniuas J.
Kltbl,Ueeeni-il Notice ha lni been hereto
loie kIM'u that In piirsininee of nn onler ot
sniniiel M Cliiipmau, one of the Judips of the
IUstrlet Court 01 Lsiu'iister County, Nbrasltn,
the iimlerslKiicd woiihl on the sth ihi.vx ,-sep.
teuieui ls'il at one o'clock I'.M. on Hie prem
ises herein atlerileoilliel. oiler said premises
lot sale at public vendue to the blithest bid-
I del and lit snlil time the llmterMtfllcd udllllll
! tiutilMlei'iued it for the Inteie-t of nil per
I sons colli erned therein tltitt said sale bo s)t
ponetl, How lltereliire liollee Is hereb) ult-n
1 that Mild sale has heeli adjourned lo the lltll
day of Oe'obei st nml 011 said hist date at
one o'clock I'.M on the ireniles heieln after
ileseiibeil, theie will bu sold at public vendue
tnthehluhest bliltler thu lollowlnu diserlbed
leal estate, to wi -Ijt nuinber three T, in
lllock nunibei seventeen. IT in Kinney's
"0"stieel addition to the elty ol Lincoln,
County of l.-ineiisti-r and state of Nehralu,
Mild sate will lemnlli open one hour. P.tted
s.eptoinber Isth. ls'Jl.
I'll iM'Ki H. JoM'.s,
Ailiulnlstrittiiv of tint estittv nt Thomas J.
Kliltl, tleceii.etl. At iliioi .v P.'fly,
U-1U-SI 1 Attorney'
. , ' u.iJ 1
T1-1 e Kilp at rick- Koch
Dry Goods Co.
Wish to Call Your Attention to a Few Special
S 0 CnllfDinln Orel
Flannel, Joe Usual
Special Extra (Junlltj
tiiev llniihUt,7Sv per
d lb. (Jrei Hlniikot,
$1,110 per' Pair.
SI.65 PER 8A0K
Winter Weight Children's Merino Underwear note Prices:
iS, 20. 22, 2.1, 26,
Toes, 25c a
loc 140 170 21c 25c
all Wool Hose,
pair, worth 35c
Our $1.25 Kid Gloves ("Foster Hook") the ladies tell us
would he cheap at $1.50. Every pair guaranteed,
We will put our 50c
75c garment in the city.
We are really too busy to quote further. Your inspec
tion of cur store and prices is respectfully requested.
Ki 1 patrick - Koch Dry Goods Co.
1518-1520 0 Street. Telephone 448.
Prompt Attention Paid to the Delivery of
Orders Received by Telephone.
Novelties in Cloaks and Dress Goods
Capes and Ulsters,
Reefers and English Top Coats,
I rimmed Astrachan, Mink,
Moullou and Martin,
A new lot has ni rived of those beautiful 54 In. suitings which have been the
sensation of the town
Please call next week and inspect our new Glove department.
1023 O STREET.
1 CLOTH TOP SHOES
The same shoe of
sold in the sprinr, and
, ED. G.
A' h .1
S TO L f.V
1136 0 St.
A Heavy Scarlet Flan
nel, nt lac. This
must bu seen to he ap
preciated, One Case
Hoiihlu Width Twill
Dicss (Soods In Plain
Plaids nml Stripes, ,sc n
Yard Sold nil over
the country nt tjc.
Is needless to
f the quai
ls I- lour.
Vests and Pants
e same rrice.
(seamless) Double Heels and
wore so well.
i' llr IS TS
tiie sew .MM'fcv. or hk.ilsj.
News and Book Emporium.