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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1S91
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Mrs. Graham's Cucumber
and Elder Flower Cream
creates natural charms of com
plosion. It makes the skin
soft, smooth and velvety, and
prevents the formation of
wrinkle, blackheads, etc.
Ladies who use it preserve a
youthful appearance when
they are no longer young.
Delightful for clensing the face
from cosmetics or other im
purities. Harmless as due, and
as nourishing ahd refreshing to
the skin as due is to the llowor.
Price $1.00. All druggists sell
TUKGUKATEU NEW YORK
THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT CON
TAINS OVEn 3,000,000 PEOPLE.
IHlVtJ KTIO WHM nt OIOOVTW 0 lt COUNTH Will ooiut
Ui H WHKMItKW "0" ttuO 0 1HIIMM0' TMI
At Tlirlr I'rrtKnt lUIn of tlicrm Niw
York nml llruoklrii Will Mnvn 4,000,.
000 tir Morn In 11(10 Nrwr York the
ttrruml Oily Innlir World.
Nkw YoitK, Oct. Stt.Tlmt Now York
In tlio metropolis of thu notion mid the
Iiiritet city on tlio western continent In
known to every one, l)tit there iiro other
Now York facts of which ninny Ameri
cans urn ignorant. Tho central fact has
been stated thus! Tlnro nro inoro Now
Ytukors llvltiK ontcldo of tho city jiroor
than In It. This woro some tlnto u para
dox, hut tlio eleventh census iiiiikun It
Another, and perhaps n bettor, way ol
stating it would bo thus! If all tho people
who live In tho metropolitan tUstrlct and
iiuiku Now York their placo of business
and pleasure eouhl bo counted in It, an Is
doiio in London, Now Yoik would rank
next to London among tho world's cities,
and not very far behind it. Tho circle
of cities and suburbs which aro prnc
tlcally parts of New York Is divided by
rivers, bayM, ridges and "Hats," leaving
them In different coimtlcH and states,
and requiring englnooiliig of tho very
highest order to combine them in one
Tho Hudson Ih fully ten times as large
as tliu Thames at Westminster bridge.
East liver Is many times as largo as the
Thames at its western entrance to Lon
don and in all thu London vicinity there
is no elevation to compare with Hoboken
heights. Yet tho people of Urooklyn, of
Stnton Island's towns, Jersey City, New
ark and tho Oranges aro every whit as
much Now Yorkers as tho people of
Chelsea, Kensington and Greenwich are
Tho annexed table, therefore, presents
tlio real population of the American me
tropolis. Tho city hall in New York is
taken as a center and u circle drawn
around it with a radius of thirty miles.
Within that radius tho people live on
tho business done In New York city, and
about 000,000 of them are in tho city
overy day. Trains leave their stations
every half hour or so of mornings mid
return in the same order of evenings.
Cliicago,Rock Island & Pacific Ry
Tho DIRECT ROOTK to nnd from CUIOACO,
XOCK IBLAND.AVENronT, DES MOINES,
OJUNCI1. MI.UTF3. WAT1UITOWN, 8I0UX
AI.r.B, inNMBAPOMU. ST. PAUL, OT. JO0
SPIt, ATCHISON, IiEAVENWOUTIl. KANSAS
CITY.TOPUXA, DXNVCU, COLOHAUO Ql'NOB
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
ef Through Cochi, 01oojn, lre Hecllnlni:
'Chulr C(r nnd Dlnlnit Oirn dully lwtwri CHI
caoo, Drs MoiNKa, ojunciji niiurra n,
OMAHA, nnd batwarn OIIICACiO nnd DEKVKll
COLOHAUO SPIUNOQ nnd SUEDLO vU Ct
loph, cr Xnuaaa City cm.t Topokn.
Via Tho Albert Lea WoutOr
'nit Kxpr TmlnB dnl'.y between Chlcnif.
nnd Mlnneiiiolli nad bt. mil, with TltllOUOll
lUcllnliiir Chnlr Cut (FltKKl to nnd n-om tho
volcu nnd Knnta City. ThrouiiU Chnlr Cm
nd Blepr between Tcarln, Dplrlt Itko nn
Jlloux rnlli vli lloclt Itlnnd.
For Tickets, Nnpe, Folcl-r, or dcelred inform.i
tlon. oiH'ly ot nny couixjn Ticket Ot&ce, or nddrus
I. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
Ctjn'l Manager. Oou'lTkt,& l'nm. AKt..
N'V Sl ATLAfJTIC
AND IKtTITUTI OF r!IMAlllr,
northern!, end Typewriting. U the Imt nnd UrsMt
Collrvoln (he Wret. OH) Stvidrnte In ntteixlemv lt
jeer. HtudrnU prepervd lor tmtlncee In from Aiat
enontlu. Kiwrlencrl faculty, l'rnxnal Inatrucllon.
Beeutttul llhutretnt oetnloirue, ciillen. JonrneU. end
enechuen of prnmanthlp, eent f rro liy nddn'Mlni
ULLIURIDOK ROOSX, Lincoln, Neb
If I Mtu lull lit)' Indy'x Imt,
M Juy would li' liiti'hi',
For owrj' 1 1 mo nliu xitw n piny
I'd ltiityrrul llllllii'liiti'.
If I wvrv Imt to)' IhiIj'i'I(.',
I'm Mini IM not demur,
For ulit'ii aim llioiiKht tlio iiiot nf mr
I'd ln'ijulli' full of liur.
If I "cm Imt my liuly'n nloo,
I'm xiirti tint! I would pli-itKc,
For "In1. 1 nliu put ma on IM lvo
Hit I nt im I it Ki'iillu nillriru.
Hut If, pi'rcliniu v. In filturo ilny.
A lllHll" I Hllllllllt lit',
Tnoulil rluo mu mticli, for tlir:
Tlml nliu'il lt down on m.
-1,'ltmk Itu U'tv
Itonr llii-lr piijin wttli tlio twins
How Im nliilks nUiut tlio 'liniiilmr on li
How tliry twlnkli', twliiklo, twinkle,
In llm ley nlrnf nlulil,
Wlillii llm Blurx Unit over nprlnklo
All tlio liniMUH Ki'i'iu locrlnklo
Willi it cr)Hliilllno ili'lluhli
Ki'i'pluu linn1, llinc, time.
In iv Milt of mu'iirlnn Hi) mo,
To tlio twin l In itliiilntloii Hint so mmlc-
From tint I Int. tw Ins, twin, twins,
Twln, twins, twins-
Front tliu uliouplfiK unit tliu ullltiif of tlm
-Detroit Froo Prose.
'TIs I'.stT Thus. "
III tlio Mimliei- kIhw tf ittitttmn,
Now tlm cliiiiiiploti liitsvliiill nine,
Willi tlio prcstluiwif thu pi'tinitnt,
IVi'llntf iMitnlroiis uri'itt ntnl tlnu,
Hint It forth tltilo tho nilliiirlis
In III" pride of nil Its fniiici
And 'Us then uri'iit erowiU nsscmblo
For nil exhibition uniiio.
And tin')' Ken tho lofty chiunploiis,
Tlioituh tiny phtywltli (skill iitul spunk,
llenleii IT loT
lly thu IIiikIc of I'mliink.
-II. K. M. In Now York Sun.
A WE8TEflN WRITER OF NOTE.
Cilgene K. Wre. "lroniiilll," Who Is
lllulily I'rulsMl by llowells.
Aiiilrnk. Kan,, Oct. aO.Kunlly ilrot
iiiioiik tho ninny poets of Kntiwi, and
itaiidlng IiIkIi unions the wsts literary
workers, after dinner speakcts, orators
and K)litlctaiis, Is Hueiio V, Ware, or
"Ironiiiill," ui ho niiis his verso. It
was of Mr. Ware that W. I). Howells, in
n recent review of "Ithyuies of Iron
ijuill," said: "What HU'es L-tjieclal (uall-
An Ktri'lli'iit Iti'iisim.
I'npa nml his ttitvst "'tt nt tnhlu Inuellier,
An J tnlkt'il of thu InrllT, thu crops unit tho
Tlio Itidliitt oitlliKik, thu wotnnti'n convention,
And other mieh nmttern, Ion iiinii)' to iiionllim
Wlillo iMir lllllo Dot.whoillstlnctlyprt'ferreiL
l.lku most of her mux, to lio neon unit bu henril
Whosu pittlulivo, In fiict, tieured thu olid of It
Wn wnltltnt n chiiucu for her own It tt lo word,
A pntisuciimu nt lust; nt tho very first knock
lnit Hho Hi'leil opporttinlty wasn't It shockttiK?
Aiiilclmttcred so fust Hint her father, aston
ished, Concluded his Dot must bo sternly ndtnon
Ishud. "My tlenr llttlo ulrl," was his terrlblu way,
"Whut makes )oit so noisy, I wonder, today?
A lilt of jour toiiutto I shull luivu to bu dock
Hut Dot answered buck, with no bIrii of dis
may, "I'ii talklti liotnuso I's dot mituptlti to sny."
The nervous old Indy who lived In her Shoe could not have found n home for her
family In noythlnu we keep. We keep nil sles but nothing equivalent to a tenement
house. In nil grades of Shoes our stock Is complete, embracing Congress, Iiutton,
I. nee, nnd the Comn on Tics, in Kid, Calf, and Kangaroo. Also a full line of Slippers,
etc., etc., Rubbers, etc., etc.. etc.
1015 O STREET. S. E3. NISBET,
MAI' OF THE MKTHOI'OMTAX DISTRICT.
When a county is entirely within the
metropolitan thirty mile limit it is count
ed entire; if it isdivided by the circumfer
ence of tlio circle the towns within the
circle aro '""Minted, and if n town is thus
divided it is credited with a part of it
population corresponding with tho are.t
which is within the limit. Thus esti
mated, the population of tlio metropolis
on tho New York side is as follow:
Now York county t.M.VHH
KltiBs county (Urooklyn) KJS.1i;
Queens county (Low Island) l.J.O'O
Ulchmnnd county (Stnten Island) 61, Ut;
Westchester county (In limits) U8.V,
llocklaud county (In limits) ll,iv
Total in Now Vorkstato S.tVIT.oV
IN NKW JUUSKV.
Hudson county (Jersey City) Zi.
Uertfctt county tT.'-'.M
Cssox county ,.,.,..,,,, mi.irci
Union county T-iu;
russule county (In limits) lOl.tll'i
Morris comity (in limits) IL'.lol
Someriut county (In limits) 7.:tm
Middlesex county (la limits) ()"
Moiimoutli county (In limits) 31,1.!
Ladies' and Children's
lair Gutting and Shampooing
It C'Hii't Il Hone.
It was In a Madison avenue car. Ho took
out a piece of paper on which theio were
many llgures and said:
"I've been trying to Invent a puzzle to
put oil the market this winter, but I can
only get so far with it."
"What is It J" asked the other.
"This represents a street car. Thero are
twelve man on one side and eight womeiii
on the other."
"I see. You want to got ton on a side."
"No, I don't. Another woman gets on
the car, making nine women to twelve
"Shu must have a seat, but all are occu
pied. Shu looks at the eight women, but
untie of them moves. She looks at thu
twelve men. anil"
"And ono of them gets up and olfcrs her
a seat, of course."
"Yes, of course. Now, what I want Is to
placu her among the eight women."
"My dearslr," Mild thu other as he turned
away, "you had ticttcr tackle thu problem
of perpetual motion. It can't bu done. If
there weren't but seven women It couldn't
lie done. Hither have your ninth woman
get oil and take a hack, or let one of thu
men bobui and goout on the plat form ami
catch a cold which will result in his death.'
Nuw York World.
11URR : I1LOCK.
Ladles Uso Dr. I. Hue's t'erlodlenl
Pills from I'arls, Krouce. That positively ro
'llAvn Huniiressloas. monthly deranireinents
And Irregularities caused by cold, weakness,
-shook, anemia, or KeneriU nervous debility.
Tho lursu proportion of Ills to which ladles
nnd misses are t'.Hti! Is the direct result or a
disordered or irrotcitlnr menstruation. Hap
lii Lincoln by II. W, lirown, iirinuitt,
disordered or irrotciuiir meiisiriiiiiiou. .-sup.
protsloii continued rosilll In blood polsoiilnii
undo, iluKoiat t u tsln l. li puulcavo or I for
tt. siu dlreot mi muelpi of prlei sold
BE A MAN
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
PttfEQT IH lUMl-MATCMLESt II Will
s f lUWDI trt U ltu M tulwwi urn tbtt
L pior wyt viria wtrt pviiirin
t M r
M A T- Jrft AS
wr MAH eti kt.lTSOMO
ssc viuubous i mi rttpxu.
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD,
sfrli( rron NEBV0UI DI-
1L1TT. Loit r rslllsx MSI-
..-'. .- - i i.
rariiisi IIIIIHI. MIBUI
Worrr. Ilsil4 D,Um,sl. or
is rZlIOMAL WKASMItl. m
rtsUrs to rssrCCT HEALTH til
tho H0ILB VlTALttr at STB0NO
MIS, Ms rruo ssa rowtror jittion.
V clslm by years ol practice by
our cxeliislv nirilnxls u unllorui
'MOMOrOLY Or SUCCESS" III iri'M-
! !! tlloaAftAA SB Atlkiiiti itrirv
A AfllctlontorMcD. Trstlmonlals
"r" ' from &8ttca Atitl Terrttorlca.
OUR NEW MORSlwtfofBSTiatre.1.
It wbll. to css. fall IspUBStloss fsr HOME XXI AT
KENT. Yott csa bo rULLT SE1I0KED si thomtsll
ksvtbBbruc. EosdourttitlinoBlsli. AdsrtMstomci
KRIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y,
Total in New Jersey 8;.;'!il
Total In metroolU 3.M-VVI
A very narrow strip of Connecticut,
within tho limits, and, of course, the
federal employees at Sandy Hook and
elsewhere, aro omitted. But if any
critio objects to the thirty mile cir
cuit, let him describe a tweuty mile
circuit on tho map and he will rind
all tho considerable cities within it, and
the aggregate still far above U.000,000.
And, contrary to popular opinion, the
metropolitan area Is gaining population
faster than any other in the world, un
less Chicago be an exception. Here is
the per cent, of growth of the principal
places in the twenty mile circuit in tho
decade of 1880-00: New York, 25.02:
Brooklyn, 42.110: Jersey City. 8.V02; Pat
ersou, 53.3U: Passaic, 09.45; Orange.
42.09; Newark, oM.20, and many smaller
places at a much greater rate.
One fact '.vhich astonishes even tlio
New Yorkers who have not made a study
of it is that there is yet so very much
room for growth within tho metroiioli-
tan district. Accustomed to think and
speak of Manhattan island as a "natural
land monopoly," "an overcrowded
hive," many long residents in tho city
do not know that there aro still on the
northern prong of tho island miles on
miles of timbered hills and secluded
vales almost uninhabited, and similar
regions of far greater extent on Long
Island and in Now Jersey.
If the general average for the nrea be
maintained for twenty years, tho "Great
er Now York" of 1010 will exceed London
In population. .Now York and Brooklyn
aro rapidly approaching a union. That
consummated, the Now York of 1010 will
bo as completely a mitt as London Is,
with a population not far from 4,000,000.
'Names and numbers still have such an
luiltleiicu on the popular mind that both
cities will no doubt find it profitable to
unite "to beat Chicago," if for no other
reason. J. H. Bi:aui.c.
A TbrlllliiK Novul In Tb rue Cusps.
Night In Chicago!
Tliu darkness was simply intense as
George O'GalT arrived at the halt door of
Genrgu was madly in love with the only
daughter of the house (ami lot) of Me
Sliatightiessy. Gladys was her name.
To resume, tliuthreadofotirstory, George
pulled the lvll. Thu door was opened with
a sudden swiftness which is only possible
to a girl on thu shady side of twenty-eight,
as Gladys was.
She hteppeil out on the stoop.
There was no one tberel
But Gladys thought she heard a faint
moan; a horrible suspicion crossed her
uiltid; ralslnu her right foot carefully from
thu door mat she saw something move; she
stooped down, picked it up, brought It Into
the hallway, looked at It carefully,
screamed and h ooued away.
"It" was George I Brooklyn Eagle.
K. T. WAUK.
ty nnd truth in tlio verse of Ironn,ulll
U his humor and Ills poetry. Ho can be
nothing on a small scale, ami his fun is
of a coolness ami giimncss that seem tho
play of surface moods in a Titnu." Fur
ther on ho calls cei tain of the poems "un
utterably delightful," which Is prniso
enough, coming from such a source.
Mr. Ware comes of an old Mas-saclm-setts
futility and was bom at Hartford
May 21), 1841. Ho served through tho
entire war, and was mustered out ns a
captain in the Iowa cavalry. Ho studied
law ami was admitted to tho bar in 1871
at Fort Scott, Kan., where ho still ro
ubles. Ho lias been state senator eight
years, commissioner to tlio Yorktown
and Washington centennial celebrations,
was appointed major general of tlio
Kansas state troops and has held many
other honorary positions.
His work in the literary world has
been in tho Hue of vigorous, masterly
verse, which hits had a wide circulation
and been translated into many lan
guages. May 80, 1880, ho was appointed
to deliver the Memorial Day poem at
Arlington, which he did beforo tlio pres
ident, cabinet and tlio great audience.
In all his writings Mr. are is intense
ly sympathetic with tlio toiler. His
"Washer woman's Song" lias met witli a
popularity given to but few poems of
In n very humble cot,
III u rather iiillet siiot,
hi the suds and In tho sonp
Worked a woman full of hope,
it starts, ami its tenderness lias given it u
welcome in almost overy written tonguo
ami in every land. "Tlio Tobacco Stein
mers" is another song of labor that is rt
favorite, while "John Brown" is found
in even school reader, and is given by
critics as tlio liest ever written on tho
subject. Then there is much in it semi
humorous vein, with a big, hearty satire
if tho phrase isadinlssiblo thatnwak
ens an admiration for tlio versatility of
the writer. These aro naturally of n
more local applfc.ition, but find it wel
come in every paper and magazine of ills
But writing is secondary with Mr.
Ware. Ho is first of all a successful
lawyer and politician. On tho cars,
while being cariiel to tho scene of a
political rally, arm) reunion or session
of court, the poems that add so much to
his fame and popularity aro comtxwed
In person Mr. Waro is tlio personifi
cation of good health and spirits. Six
feet in height, weighing 200 pounds and
with a frank, hearty address, be is tho
roversoof tlio ideal poet, dining ontnoon
shine mid distilled rose leaves. Ho
works hard, and enjoys it His voico
and presence aro commanding, and few
can embellish a jiost prandial address
with a better assortment of digestion
provoking anecdotes. Connected, as ho
has been, so prominently witli Kansas
life,' lie is recognized ns ono of tlio state's
leaders. Outside of the stato nnd
throughout tho Mississippi valley his
mime is familiar as that of one who has
put into fitting rhyme the pulsations of
tho busy, earnest life that there exists.
ClIAItl.KS MOIIKAU HaIIQER.
Formerly of HUFFMAN & RICHTER. 1039 0 STREET.
Fret Work, Sgreens and Panels
CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS TO OHDER.
Full Line of JSI RNTELS Alays iD stock
ARE SHOWN IN OCR NEW WaREROOMS.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
counters and wall gases. mm M Street.
SIDEWALK AND BUILDING
S. E. MOORE,
NKWKST KKKKCTS IN
Fine Waft papers
Call and examine the laigest line in the City.
None but the bet workmen employed.
Prices that can't be beat step
T.ii.ti..M. mo. H34 o STREET.
Just the Hume.
There was a boy alioiit ten years of ago
watching a letter box on South Fifth ave
nue so sharply that 1 finally asked him the
reason. Jiiht then a carrier came along
and emptied the lio.x and passied on, and
the boy heaved a sigh of relief ami said:
"Ho took It Just tlio same."
"I dropped a letter in without any stump
on it, and it went just the same, and I'm
two cents ahead." Now York Evening
A Nt'ri'Miiry Adjunct,
m. Bn4 Piwlal Nolo to Jolix 8 minus. O.T. A.
1, It. I. 1. K. Il Chlrsiru. nd rroelie, pottage paid
KH uvea ui cra. uu rvrrj nanuivu.
TU Ut ttl.ii. -C J..trt. il ..Jllltlltltly
increasing, while that of China is dimin
ishing. Tlio Increase is at the rate of
more than :i..V.K),000 pounds yearly. Most
of tlio Japaue.,e tea Is consumed in tins
United States ami Canada.
vrj vr J I' ftJI.Vl. ..
He (hopelens, but seeking consolation)
Niiwtliat you have met Tom Walkover,
joii have no further uu for me.
She Oh, jea 1 liae, I linl you to mako
him jealous, Life.
A lllslui: I'nliilur.
Paius. Oct. 15'. Alexander Hurrison,
whose famous painting, "Le Crepusculo"
ono of tho few great marine pieces over
painted was engraved for the frontis
pleco of The Midsummer Century, is at
present one of the most conspicuous
American artists in Europe, A tall, slen
der, dark haired, dark eyed young man,
he wears eyeglasses . and has the erect
carriago characteristic of tho marina
service, in which his early youth was
' passed. It was whilo in the United
States navy, during which lto scoured
1 the seas, that his wonderful observation
1 and sympathy developed, leading him to
i seek expression on canvas. A Philadel
I phlan by birth, Alexander Harrison has
lived in Paris ten years. His atelier is
ruo Notre Dame do Champs, opposito
tlio studios of Uouguereau ami Elizabeth
Gardner. Ho is a great favorite and
leader anion;; the younger artists, and
a vital factot in the organization of tlio
Salon on Clump do Mars,
"Why does Harrison paint tho sea so
tenderly';" inks a French critic "Bo
caio lie knows it, because lie loves it."
To Harrison tho founder of the Lazaro
school owes much of his success. It
was his recommendation that enrolled
Ainelio Itives Chanter among Lazate's
pupil-., giving to the school a fashiona
ble eclat and t faulting in Lazaro coming
tills summer to Anieiica to diiect his
pupil's studies at her homo lit Virginia.
I- It. M '
An interesting war telle iiofsebsed by
4 reside.it rt Miiucio, Imt., is the ling
that was wrapped about the body of
Oeueral Lyon, tlio llrt northern t'tnernl
to lose his life in tlio late war Tho ling
was canied by tho Second Kansas legv
H. W. BROWN
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