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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1891
Never Buy a Garpet
UNTIL YOU IIAVI5 SKKS TUB
Exposition Carpet House
AIX THi: NKWKST BFKKCTS
COLORINGS AND WiblGNS
Me luw nil the newest thing In Iioums
drapes, ami have ni nttrnctlvc line ol
1MIGUT COLORS OF FALL
,1 Miitinir Miperii Minimi Time
V I Ii-hmiiII imiii nililiunl iiiiillrfJim tlm nfflen
WlCMHlCU PWINT1NO CO,
Courier IIiiIIiIIiik, 11.12 N Hlreet.
. Wksski., Jit., Kdltnr and Hole 1'ioprletor.
r.tilinil lit tlio I'lMloUli-p f Uneoli'
n leeottd ohm mitller.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Alwiynt.ee the KxpnMtlon Cnrpet Store
-If you Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
H. K.cor. lllli nmt 1 HtB.
THEY WILL EARN INTEREST FOR YOU
S-Five per Ct. per Annum-5
Have W a week ami It amount with
ntcront In live jonntii l,.'rt)..
Hank open at : n. nt. to H:!U) p. m. nml
Htunly uveutiiK', 6 to 8 p. in.
Stet to Rent In Burglar and Fire
Try !.itvltt'n Conl Creek Onion.
Cai pets and eiirlahn In ne-ri-st iMuimnt
lk'iH)llielmr it Co'.
MIm C. J. (Iiilhmlte, in tdlntu, I.nttn llloek
mer Mlllor & I'ulne. Take elevator.
Chliiu llrlug every Thum lay nt Cons.'rv.i
tory of Mmlc. K llth UiimuII,
Our woiknpenks for ltelf It needs no
limit or bluster, ulinply your own opinion
will testify to ltn merit. Tlio Htmll.i L
Uriiude U on tlm ground lloor. centrally lo
eatul and n beautiful pluce. Call and see ua
nt 1'JI Hiiuth Twelfth street.
The Itnilleut Homo It no now fake hut bus
mi entabllshed reputation for economy iitul
iK'iiuty, Dunham & Iluek. ol agent", ll'-'U O
Ccml of every size from tlm best mine
In Ohio. Kentucky, Illinois, Mlwouil, Co'orti
tloniunVyoniliu for kiiIh hy Geo. A. liny
mer. Telepliono iVM. Ollloo Mill O street.
llleycloi of nil kinds mill nil makes hWIII
fully rt'imlreil on nliort notice. Wrenches,
oil eiiiw, the and other supplies always for
itle nt Ueorge fc V lhette, II I'J U street.
Don't fall to see the line dlsplty or Carvers
tiihle rutlery, ten nn.l coffee pots rhown hy
Inspect HeriMilitliolmer & Co' line inilll
nery nt lowest price.
Til ItnitUnrn of tlm HxMaou It Nut Con
nnpil to tltri tluwnt of tlm Viniiij, hut
Women of Ynr May AUo lli llrll
Nr.tv Yokk, Oct. !!!). When tlio tree
are denuded nml ovtrythliitf begins to
look brown nml runty and desolate, wom
ankind usually follow suit mid put on
tin rl die-wen, which nro, they fancy, In
proper keeping with tlm seunon, but this
nutuuiu tlicro bun been a niniill rebellion
In that renpect and ditiuty llKht colon
aro Hwti in tlio at reel at a time when
they aru pntticulurly Kratefiil to the uyu.
wrican i Exchange
National i Bank.
Innl, inuduof the nur pink rren. A cut
hIiowIiik 1kw It In liutilo In Iho bnclt Is
appended to the Illustration. At tlio
right hIiIo thero It a panel with loojis of
poutuchu braid, and thin extends to the
armpits on each iddu, leaving if very
ftrnceful drapery In tlio ehort bampie.
The nklrt U jirntlily drap'd, ,iart of the
foldt coming under tho p.mel and the
rent reaching around to tho middle ol
tho back, wheio tho fold fnlln in with
those laid back of the plait. The bottom
hint a border of black velvet, headed
with an overlay of narrow braid. The
iimnner in which tho nklrt In initdu form
a pleanlnit change from tho nuvure out
Hum no often neeu now.
Many, and in fact most, dressmaker?
now put large hooks on the belts of tin
waists and haMUien, which hook inti.
eyes on the belt, of tho nklrtn, and Mill
HiintaliiH tho weight and alno kcips tl.i
nklrt from nagging.
I think that furn of every description
will be inoro largely lined an trimming
than ever before, if nuch a thing is p in
nlble. Hvery kind is fashionable. Trim
ming iniido on lint bands of ostrich and
jieacock plumen blended, will bo erj
much used on evening drennen. H.iuilt ol
white ostrich with the bronzed and iri
descent flues of po'icoek feathern tnai.e
an exquisite combination.
Clonks lined all tho way through with
fur of Bonw kind or other will bo verj
popular, the fur just showing at the
edges oil around. Long ledingoten aie
made of a beautiful cumcrnhair goods in
curiously mixed up figures in shaded
gray and black. They reach tho bottom
of tho dress and mu trimmed with collnt
ami bauds of fur, black monkey nkin
being a favorite. Oi.ivi: IlAitfr.it.
MRS. ABBY SAGE RICHARDSON.
Nobby Dressers will find in our
ceptionnlly tine line of Tailor Made
and finish, by merchant tailor made
double the money. We are showing
stjle makes, Cutaways, Single and Double Breasted Sacks,
Prince Alberts. We wish you to see our New Line while it
is Ccmplete. Call early and let us show you through.
New Fall Stock an ex
Suits unsurpassed in tit
garments costing nearly
them in all the latest
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
COR. 0 AND TENTH STS.
When huyliu li'irso blankets, phuh
robes nud fur rolwi, Jiwt enquire at
north llth ntivet, opposite Capital hotel.
MistMlnclinrtnt Hei palnlieinier & CoV,
for lino mlll'iiery.
Henry Hnrphain, lmrnevi ond nailillery,
Wi north llth street, opposlto Capital '.hotel.
H. II. niiriilinm,
; 1). (1. Wlim,
We are lieiiiliptai ters for tlese gowls nml
furnish the.tt fiinu the cheapest inintetl card
to the finest engraved ttoik. Having hail
seven year uxpetlenco wo kep postisl
on the most styllsli lU'slgns absolutely cor
rect forms, etc. All wo ink Intending pur
chasers is to call and inspect samples of the
work we nro dally turning out I (ill N street.
K.)e mill Kur Murgeim.
Dr. W. Ij. Dayton, oculist nml nurist, I'Jttl
O street, telephone $'!, Lincoln, Nebr.
Lincoln, : Nijhraska.
Voutlilleiio -K'uriipeiin Fuve frepuitlnii,
Ladles, If you want most elegant face prep
aration, try this one. It Is pure ns spring
water; no lend, sediment or other iuimlous
substances. It makes your skin soft, fresh,
and clear; remove tan, blotche, discolora
tion, mid ImpaiM a psaily complexion.
If your face Is not what you ueniro it, try
"Youthllone". I guarantee It to give perfect
satisfaction. I have sought for n prepniu
don that will make complexions fresh nml
young looking and nowl iinvo found It, re
tailed at tw o ilollnrn or three for live. I have
secured tho agency for this trusty article.
J. II. Haulkv. Druggist, Lincoln, Neb.
To tlm Laities,
Mrs. O. J. Todd, has Juu returned from
Chicago, and Is now prepared to give her
patron the latest atylw lu dres making,
llest class of work solicited. Satisfaction
guaranteed. HttS O street.
Officers nml Dhcttois;
tfohii U. Wright, Vres. T. K. Hamlern, V.-I-
J. II. McClay, Cashier.
Jl 8 tUymonJ, H t I.ait. Thos Cochran E
It alsor, Clot West, K I. Hholdon.
'General Hanking Uuslncs Transacted.
German National Bank,
The Union I'hcIIIc Hystem.
Has phced in dally servlco a solid train be
tween Lincoln and Sioux City making close
connections ut Columbus with uinlii line
trains for all points west, with Albion, Cedar
Haplds, Ord and Qraud Island ami branches,
except Suudajs. Lincoln and Sioux City
dally connects closely in union depot, Sioux
City, with the evening trains of connecting
Hues for the 1101 th mid east. For full partic
ular apply nt lOtl O street or at depot.
M oitgomery, Preslilent.
Herman II. Hrlinocrt;, Vice l'rest,
Josepli lloehmer, Caslilvr,
O. J. Wilcox, Ast. Ciuhlor.
The Hot Sprlmraof Dnkotu.
These springs are rapidly becoming famous
on account of tho wondertul curative prop:r
tlcs of the waters, and the many nurvelo s
'cures which have been effected by the tliei-
The town and springs are lellghtfully situ
ated lu it picturesque valley lu the Black
Hills country, abounding hi beautiful scenic
efforts, mid a an altitude of 3,tOO feet nhovo
the sea level; thus Instiling a pure atmos
phere and exhilarating climate, absolutely
free fiom maltrin.
Under the enterprising and progressive
management of the Hot Springs compauy
uinn) desirable uupiovemeiit nave iieen
made; among the number the erection ofn
commodious bath house llttcd up with all
modern conveniences for the commit of
4UeMs. New hotels have been built and com
foitably furuUhe.1 thioughput, conducteil in
tlrt--cla4 t.tyle and at leatonable rates.
Those who prefer stopping at a private house
will llnd many desirable boarding places
where good ncconmiod ittons nro furnished
at moderate prices.
Tho superior dally service now afforded by
tlieUmllugton Houte to Hot Springs, with
through sleeplug car accominoc'utlous from
Oninhn, Lincoln, Aurora and Qraud Island,
makes the trip an easy mm enjoyable one;
and for the lieneilt of all who desire to test
the etllcacy of the waters; round trip tickets
at reduced rates, good for ninety days are
now on sale at all oftlces of tho Burlington
For pamphlet, dehcrlptlvo of the spilngs,
and full Information as to rates, time, etc.,
hpply to any agent of the eoiniany, or to
J. FiiANCin, Qen't lWr& Tk't Agt.,
IIANIKtOMi: AUTUMN HTYI.K8.
I don't think I can remember to huvo
ever nccn nuch pretty colon worn nt tho
Biinio Huiinoii of the year, and they arc
not given altogether to tho young, for
quite elderly women may bo neen in
combinutionnof color which are features
of this nvnnon
Thero In 11 deep, rich, dark red cnlled
dahlia, and thin, with gray, in made Into
n costiuno for it portly mid handsome
matron, and it in a IiuuiIkoiiiu gown.
Beige with green in another pleasing
combination. Tho nkirt of beige, with
narrow green rufllen at tho bottom. The
Henri Something bnsquu has tho uppei
sleovo of belgo and tho ruvoru mid pot:ket
lidn. All tho rest in green, and tho hat is
Hindu to match.
Heliotrope velvet, Louin XV coatn.
with brown camera hair or cloth nklrtn.
both trimmed with narrow gold braid,
make another ntilklng but beautiful
combination. Dark bluu and Russian
green aro made up together, nml black
nutl yellow aro won every where. Black
and yellow aro nuperb when properly
Blnck canlnneres, camera haire, nml
in fact nil kinds of black goods, woo'
and silk, are very effectively trimmed
with yellow, tho t-hutlu depending upon
tho wearer's taste, and hats and bonnetr,
nro tiiudo to match. I noticed 11 tlres(
mi it young lady of it combination of
Lincoln green with ultramarine blue,
tho joining parts being hidden beneath
a profusion of gold braid, and the wliol
effect wan rich and stylish, without be
ing in any way unpleuning or gaudy.
Young girls wear costumes in on
color most often, and they of beige, tan,
pale gendarme or faience blue or crushed
raspberry or a noft pink which has anort
of ci entity overbloom. Crepon, cloth,
cashmere, serge and Henrietta aro all
suitable for these, and they conio in at.
thee colors. Pearl and French gray aie
nlso much seen, nnmetimen trimmed
with colors, passementerie or velvet.
Tho set pieces of metal passementerie
nro particularly pretty.
Ono very pretty dress made for it bride
of last week was of faience bluo crepon.
with three narrow ruflles at tho bottom
of tho otherwise plain skirt, headed b
a band of gold pateinenterle. Tho coat
bnsquo had it semiuiilitnry capo ut the
top, richly braided in tho sumo manner.
The sleeves had
sort of bell
ing cuffs just
below tho el
bow. It was
Transacts a General Banking Business
Issues totters of credit, UruwUrafls on all parts
mt the world. Korelitn collections a specialty
Only Ten llO) Cents it, Tack.
Tho celebrated "liurliiiKton Houto" upply
lug cards aro now sold at ten cents -er pack,
(.V) cents is the utual price, for such cards)
WhUt,hlgh-dVH and euelue parties will soon
be hi order, and w) woull suggest that you
hy in a stocK of those cards for future re
quirements. A. C. glKMKIt,
City Passenger Agent.
PINK CllWON OOWN.
with blue feathers and brown velvet, wivt
to be worn with it.
Another very elegant, but exceeding
ly uiiiiplo gown was made for a friend of
the bride, of beige cloth, fouirenu shape,
with deep box plaits in tho hack, instead
of the Hat plaitn so often seen now.
Around tho bottom were four rows of
close feather trimming lu graduated
widths. The coat buwpio wos bordered
with the narrowest width. A tiny bo 11
net of emerald green velvet, Persian
braid and beige plumes was worn with It
These two costumes can lie copied
with tho c-tfrW.i.tj U.a. llity nro tin
latest styles, and they can bo made of
any material that is suitable for the
Another exceedingly pretty dress that
can be easily reproduced is in the orig-
Mile Is lit llie Ifxiiil of 11 Co iiurilll 1
Special Cot rcs'ioiuleiicc.
Nnw Yokk, Oct. UO. Mrs. Abby Sngi
illchui-dsnu, though so painfully con
nplcuous about twenty yearn ago, hu
been ninco tho event known as The
Tribune tragedy almost lost to the
night of the general public. But to 11
largo circle of deeply sympathizing
friends, who havo watched her develop I
mt'iit, nho has been well known all the j
time as a cuitivateii woman or lettein. 11
devoted mother, it brilliant thinker and
It wan it lemarkablo fact that no word
of blutno was ever printed of Abby S"
Richardson, deeply shocked us the wliolt
country was hy the tragic event which
tortmed the sensibilities and provoked
the expression of tho deepest feelings
and prejudices of opposing political fac
tions. Deep silence expressed tho feel
ings of men toward her, while over
truo woman spoke out her sympathy,
and the final expression of that senti
ment culminated in ono of tho largest
ami most enthusiastic gatherings of "la
dle 1 only" that I ever saw.
T.iat meeting was in Apollo hall in
rtew lurk, liy 11 oclocKiu tho morn
ing. after tho funeral of Mr. Richard
son, the hall was packed with 11 large,
fashionably dressed, earnest and eager
cotu'oiirM of women, many of them the
most di-tiiiguished in the country, and
all above tho average in social position,
education, intelligence and refinement.
It was an exceedingly digniliel body.
There wet o een beside Mis. Benjamin
F. Butler, tw'o nieces of General Grant,
Mrs. James Purtou (Fanny Fern), Mis
Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. Elizabeth duly
Stanton (tho orator of the day), Miss
Catherine E. Beeeher, Mm. E. B. Phelps,
"pretty l'lnube Cousins," then in her
teens. Mm. Robert Dale Owen, Eleutmi
Kirk Ames, Mm. Tnppe-, -Mrs. D. G.
Croly (Jenny June), and Airs. Theodore
Tiltou, then in tlio lieydoy of prosperity.
With admirable tact Mrs. Stantor
avoided any allusion to the actors in the
tragedy, save what was necessary t
make more forcible the call which h1i
urged for an expression of tho sympathy
of her audience. And nobly did those
tlvo hundred or a thousand women re
spond to her appeal.
The general publiu has n right to ask
as it frequently does of our editors
Where is Abby Sago Richardson? Has
she gone into the silent land? Is she
crushed beneath her sorrows? Has she
risen above them?
In one of those modest, picturesque.
modernized Queen Anne houses that
have sprung up like niiiglc 011 tho west
side, in Ninety-fourth street in New-
York, tho leading spirit in n household
which has for two years or more Iwe.
making n successful experiment in co
operative housekeeping, Mm. Richard
son lives with two of her children. Mrs.
Florence Citriienter Ives and Miss Helen
Wiittorson, formerly of Tho Evening
Sun, lately married to Mr. Moody, a
bright young newspaiier man, nro the
other co-oj.K:rutors in tho lioimeliold over
which Mm. Richardr-on presides.
It is considered a privilege to be on
tho list of visitors or guests at that hoip-e.
The "Sunday evenings" thero are charm
ing reunions of old and now celebii ties
in tho world of literature, journalism
Mrs. Richardson usually presides nt
tho tentable, dispensing tho cups that
cheer with the grace and diirnity ol a
matron of tho old school oi imiuueis to
which sho belongs. Her onto bonny
brown hair is now silver white and ar
ranged with tasteful simplicity, patted
in the middle, drawn in wavy masses or
banded Madonna wito on each side, and
coiled in a loose, Huffy Psycho knot in
the back. Her complexion is fair and
rosy, her small ears aie pink tipped like
her slender whlto lingers. Her blue eyes
sparkle, her lips sweetly smiling. Her
conversation is sadly bright and charm
ing, and tho slight shade of sorrow that
occasionally flits over her fmo face only
enhances its attractiveness.
Sho Is emphatically a domestic wom
an, looking well to the wuyi of her
household, but her literary tastes and ac
quirements occasionally draw her into
the private Held of parlor and platform
entertainments. Whenever sho reads
ner uwil veil ti-uughl -"Ail, V.ti'. writ ten
essays sho is listened to with tho rapt at
tention which her powers command by
her many appreciative and warmly at
I'MILV VttltDEUY BaTTEY.
Special Bargains !
LADIES' FINE SHOES
Iaird, Schober & Mitcl-iell's make,
French Kid Hand Stitched
"Welts and Turn3 Common
Sense Last, "AA to D."
ONLY 5.QQ WORTH $7.QQ
ED. G. YKT6S,
1129 O STREET.
A GREAT SUCCESS
The Only EXCLUSIVE Display of
In the city is at the LINDELL HOTEL.
Mr. C. A. Isaac's display of Furs the past week has been
a pronounced success from the first clay and hundreds of
ladies have called to take advantage of the bargains offered
in beautiful furs. The line includes the choicest skins made
Seal x Skin Garments
and Capes, Collarettes, Boas, Muffs, Gloves, Rugs, Matts,
Carriage Robes, Trimmings, etc.
These goods are all from the well known furrier, E. Shu-
kert, iNew 1 orK ana ivansas uity whose reputation is par
excellence. All orders taken at
-NEW YORK PRICES -003
and delivered Free of Charge in Lincoln. All goods shown
are the Latest
New York Paris Styles
and our experience of twenty years gives the public double
assurance of the correctness of our styles and the responsi
bility ol our house.
Telephone calls over No. 220 will be answered in person
by Mr. Isaacs. Oflice hours, 2 to 6 p. m. daily.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR REPAIRING.
C. A. ISAACS,
Representing E. SIIUKERT.
Lindell Hotel, Cor. 13th and M Sts
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