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Elder Flower Cream
Wnot iicmuur-iln In Hie m-iimi which tluil
term i popuNrly moil, lull poriiiiiiitmlly
tioatitlit.'i. It en-ntes n "ill. Miiooth, lr
velvnly akin, uml by tlullv iik Kriuliiiilly
miiki Um complexion neverM luule whller.
It n ooiMlnnl proleotlnn fro n the i-uVoIa of
nun niul wliul uml prevent sunburn nnil
frooklpi, nnil liliirklieiiil will never emm'
while veil use It. llohmiwullio nice furl'"
tor than soitpiuul water, nourishes mul bnllils
tin the nklti IImiiih niul thin prevent llio for
mation of wrln lo. II kIvi-h tho rreihneiw,
alonriia "nil miioiitlini'm "I "kill thnl joii
hml wliPitiiliUlniilrl. Kvury huly, juimtt or
olil oinht lo 1110 II, 111 It kIvc ii iiioro youth
ful appearance to miy Imly, nml Mint perniii
ttenlly. It contiilns. no ui'lil, powder, or itlkiill,
and l in Imrmloi in tluw unit u nnnrlshluu
unlaw Isto IIiii flower. 1'rlce 1.00. Ak
your ilrniiKUt Tur It.
HAMi'i.K itnrri.r: mulled free In uny I ily
on rneolplof 10 conn In stAinpi lo pay fur
IHMlnno inul p.uiUlnii. I.mly Aiienl wunti'il.
Mr. lervlo (Initmni, "llcuiuy Doctor,"
KM l'oit Htivnt, 8nit Krmielseo.
All lha loiulltni Lincoln dnuulils null II.
H. T. Clarke Drug Co., Lincoln.
Mrlre mi. I Chilton, Ihihnli nml lfelton,
IIiiIIIiihit mul llllixui, (liirilnn nml Huns
lilonuhi IIIII mul Irby, Kyle mnl Palm
er, Puffier mul Prnclnr, VMm mnl While.
W.tmiSMlTilN. Dpi'. 17. 'I'lin United
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States senate does change, after all. Horn I
aroslxtoen now men, some of thum an now ,
MUOQUiMHD WltH TMi 000rw Cl TMt OOUNtBY Kill 0IAIk
MUCH IH.OMtK IIIOM A 1IUOY Of 1HH MA Or TM
The DIMOT SOUTB to and from OltTOAOC
ROOK WliAWD, DAVBWPORT. DM MOINES,
council BLinnra, watkrtown, bioux
TALL. MIlfMKArOUa. T. PAUL, ST. J08
FH, ATOItnON, LKAVKNWOKTK. KAMBAB
CITY TOPKKA. SKNVKR, COLORADO irNH
SOLID VESTIIULE EXPRESS TRAINS
ef Through OoMhM, BlMPon, Tro Rccllnlnii
Clhklr Onn nnd Dlnlnu Can dally tetwaan CHI
OAOO. DHB MOtlfBB. COUNCIL BLUFFS nnd
OMAHA, and iMtwMn OIIIOAOO and DENVER,
UOLORADO BPRINOB and FVKOLO Via Ot
jToaaph, or Xanaaa City and Topaka.
Via Th Albert La RoutOr
Vaat XsprMa Tralna dally batwant Ohiomrc
Knd Xlnnaapolla and at Paul, with THROUGH
JUcllnlnu Chair Cara (FRMD to and from thoa
polnU and Xanaaa City. Throuith Chair Car
and aieiwr betwaan PmtU, Spirit Laka and
louz Fall via Rook Ialand.
For Ttekata, Kapa, Folder, or ttaalrad Inforraa
Won, apply at any Coupon Tick at Otnca, or oddraai
I. ST. JOHN, JOHN SM4STIAN,
Oan'l Kanagar, on'lTit.Pa.Airt.,
m tlicy can 1m, nml fully n dozon more
lutvo 1m'oi in tlio Hoiinto lint it year or
two. Look at thin long roll of mon who
nro jiiHt ntiivtiiiK on tliolr Hoimtorinl ca
room. HHco of Ohio, Chilton of Texnit,
Duliol" of Miilio, Fulton of California,
UnllliiKorof Now Hampshire, Gibson of
Maryland, Gonlon of Georgia, Palmer
of UHiioIh, HaiiBbrotigh of North Dakota,
Hill of Now York, Irliy of South Caro
lina, Kylo of South Dakota, Potter of
KniiMtfl, Proctor of Vvrinont, Vilas of
WIkcoiisIu, Whlto of LouiHlana.
Tlio old flounto in fant going. Tlio race
of htatosiiion whoso iuiiiioh havo been
hoiiHuhold wohIh for a dozen or twenty
years Im rapidly dlHapiwarlug, Edmund"
1h no more with us, Itoagan hnn rotlrcd,
old .loo Drown h In prlvato life, Kvarts'
neat Is fillvd hy another, Wado Hamp
ton's faco wo look for in vain, Ingalls in
Tint yoiiiiK,xt il tin' now nonntor-i, ii
lu:t thi' Imhy of the muinto, in Diihuh
ilo Is only forty, and yot has Ih-i'H four
years In eongifss, hesldes liolillng ntlit r
oflh't'K hofori' that, In his eongrossloinil
campaigns ho used to visit all the, iiiln
lug eauips iiiouutod on a uiiilo. At Vato
ho was calolier for a hasohall nine, and
ho and Senator Gorman often get to
Bother to talk of tlio two national g.iMos.
at which both nro adepts politics and
baseball He is a bachelor.
Haiishioiigh, you know, Is an editor
who used to be as poor as a church
uiotiho, and isn't inucli better olT now.
In fact, nearly all or theso new senators
in- ionr men ho far as money Is con
:erued, and It is a tight good sign of the
times to sou so many poor men breaking
into and breaking up tlio rich man's
;lub. Hausbrough still owns his unwn
pair at Devil's Lake, and says it will lie
Ilotv lii Helium. MIIiIkw frmii t'liilli.
Mix soft soap with powdered starch,
add half as much salt and tlio juice of a
lemon: lay It on the part with a brush,
then lay thu article on the grass day nnd
night till the stain comes out.
Hut In Mil Id' km liitioiliirtliin.
Introductions, except on raro occii
slons and when there are good reasons,
hhoiild not be made on the streets. The
only warrants for such broaches of eti
quette are when some business is to be
accomplished then nnd there, or that the
introducer is so Intimate with both of
it good thing to fall back on when he , t,B HtnM,KorH that he feels privileged to
.MTr Jam,? -?X Jfcj i "r'zrs
loses his seat in the senato
Thu richeit of tho now senators is
Feltoii, of California, and ho is worth
Hbotit one million to Stanford's three.
That makes forty millions hotwecu
them, Doth were poor boys. Ilo made
his money in mining, though ho was
educated to thu law. Next to him in
tako a liberty with each. In Introduc
lug n gentleman to a lady, say, "Miss
Drown, permit mo to Introduce (or pre
sent is the better form) Mr. Smith," and
he should bow to each as his or her imrnu
is pronounced, and tho names should be
pronounced with entire distinctue.s, as
nothing is more embarrassing than not
to catch the correct name of n now ac
quaintance. Tho lady meeting a gentle
man by such an introduction may smile
and say nothing, or she may say, "1 am
happy to meet you, Mr. Smith," or any
thing else which is pleasant and compli
mentary. But Mr. Smith would bo for
ward to begin a conversation until thu
lady had In some way taken tho initia
tive. When men aro introduced to one
another tho elder or more distinguished
should havo tho other presented to him.
sJmJL i H9HH9H O
Formerly of HUFFMAN & R1CHTER.
lecturing, Kustls Is in Huropu. Wo still
havo John Sherman, Hoar, Culloiu,
Hutler, Allison, Colquitt, Dawes, Hale,
Frye. Chandler, Hlscock, Mitchell,
Plumb, Stewart, Vest, Voorhees and a
few more of thu old timers, hut thuy
look very lonesome. They do not feel
at homo among so many new men, and
looking down from tho galleries one can
seethe veterans forming in little coteries
of their own number.
Not in thu memory of any man living
lias tho sonato had such a shaking up as
thu admission of now states and tlio ebb
mid flow or political fortunes havo re
cently given it. Of the sixteen now
men only one, General Gordon, of Geor
gia, was in thu senate before. In addi
tion to theso sixteen newcomers fully
fourteen senators are as yet, as sena
torial traditions go, uninitiated to tho
inner circle. Allen of Washington,
point of wealth among tho new senators
Is Drlce, or Ohio, who owns a oO.OOO
liouso on Murray Hill, Now York. I
think Drlce tho keenest looking man
in thu senate, and 1 am not sur
prised that Vandorbilt "camo down"
when this sharp eyed, Imperturbable,
penetrating, Invincible faced country
lawyer went after him with a parallel
railroad. Urico aiid Secretary Foster
are chums and business associates and
hclR'd each other to fortunes.
Gibson, of Maryland, is known to fame
as tho handsomest statesman and tho
most artistic mixer of terrapin soup in
thu business. There is much ulso to
him, 1 am glad to say brains, courtesy,
lino manners. Irby, of South Carolina,
wo don't know much about, but ho has
How In AtiiIiI .Morbid Self CnimcloiuneM.
Keep tho fact (Irmly fixed in your
jiiiud that every man is thinking more
about himself than about you. So long
as you do not dress, or walk, or talk In
au utterly ridiculous way people will
bother themselves very llttlo about your
Hair Catting andjhampooing
1JURR : ULOCK.I
n Lad lea Ua Dr.
Pllli from 1'urlt, Franco.
La Iluo'a Periodical
unco, 'flint oosltlvolv ro
llevo luppreMloni, monthly ileriiiiKoiui'Mi
and IrrcKularlllea oauxod by cohl, wcnkiieai,
ahock, nnomln, or tumoral norvoui ilcblllly.
The Urge proportion of III to which ladlea
and mlaitoi nro liable Is tho direct rvmilt of a
disordered or Irrexulnr inoiutrunttoii. Hup.
preMloiu continued remit In blood polnonlns:
aau nmo a tutumpuou. ij pncitaio ora lor
ao. noni uireoi on rocoipi oi price.
Carey of Wyoming, Cnrlislo of Ken
tucky, Casey of North Dakota, Dixon of
Rhode Island, Hlggins of Delaware, Mc
Millan of Michigan, Pettigrew of South
Dakota, Power and Sanders of Montana,
Squire of Washington, Warren of Wyo
ming, Washburn of Minnesota, nnd Wol
cott of Colorado are'comparitlvely.new
men, so that thirty out of eighty-eight
senators on the floor are of the new gen
Of tho sixteen new men a much smaller
proportion than usual havo seen previous
congressional service, Only six of them
Gordon, Dubois, Feltou, Galliuger,
Gibson and Hausbrough have occupied
uats iu the national legislature. Of thu
remaining ten, thrco Palmer, Hill and
Irby have been governors of their
states, and two Vilas and Proctor
have been in thu cabinet. Drice, of
Ohio, never hold any office either of high
, face which attracts much attention
smooth shaven, Grecian in type and do
tail, with a noble brow from which ho
combs his plentiful locks straight' back
over the top of his head. Ho was once
known as n righting man, and was in
volved in two or three shooting scrapes.
Chilton is a true Texan. Tall, straight,
debonair. At homo he wears a big
slouch hat and a revolver. Hero his at
tire and his manners nro faultless. He
has tho reputation of being the most
eloquent man in Toxas.
Though General Gordon has nged con
siderably sinco ho was last in tho senate,
ho is still ouo of tho finest looking men
in tho chambers a tall, straight figure,
military carriago and strong face, which
a scar across tho left cheek adorns rather
than mars. Ho was shot all to pieces
How to Tell the Time by the Sun.
Any method of telling tho tlmo by the
sun without tho use of instruments and
mathematical calculations is necessarily
crude, but farmers and woodsmen be
come quite expert in it. A man knows,
for instance, that on tho 21st of March
and the Slst of September wo havo days
of twelve hours in length. From tho
aist of March to tho 2d of June tho days
lengthen, and on that day tho sun rises
at about 4:i!0 and sets at about 7:!1G
Then from thu 21st of September till tho
22d of December the days shorten until
they aro only about nlno hours long, thu
sun rising at about 7:30 and sotting at
about 4:30. Bearing theso facts iu mind
and remembering that the sun is always
directly overhead at 12 o'clock uoou,ouu
can como pretty close, by observing tho
approach to the meridian and thu de
parture therefrom, to telling what time
it is by tho nun. Tho convenient alma
nac will help any one trying to do this,
but in this day of cheap watches people
do not generally spend much time iu ac
quiring u not very useful skill.
Fret Work, Screens and Panels
CAHINKT WOUK OF AI.I. KINDS TO OKDKK.
Full Line of 7 HNTELS Alwas ln stock.
AUK SHOWN IN OL'R NEW WaRKROOMS.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS MID WALL USES. U24-28 M Street.
SIDEWALK AND BUILDING
How to Olve Castor Oil to Children.
As in various diseases of children there
is no medicine so beneficial us castor oil,
it is well to know how to give it without
aggravating the malady by forcing tho
child to tako tho disagreeablo dose. A
tablespoonful of castor oil can be given
iu a glass of sarsaparilla or ginger alo
without the child's knowledge. Tho
soda or ginger ale or coot beer should bo
freshly drawn, nnd poured in such a
way as to diffuse the oil all through it,
and it will bo drank with pleasure. Thu
carbonic acid gas completely disguises
thu taste of the oil, and it is not visible
in the foam.
S. E. MOORE,
NtilVKNT KKr'KCTS IN
Fine Walt-t- papers
Cull and enmln: the largest line in the City.
None but the best uorkincu employed.
Prices that can't be beat-
1134 0 STREET.
H. W. BROWN
Has the New Books soon as issued. A Choice line of
Perfumes and Fancy Goods.
127 South Eleventh street!
LINCOLN'S NEWEST AND FINETS STABLES
out direct on rocolm of nrlce. Hold
L.1IICOIH by it. w. lirown, tirugiiiit
BE A MAN
AfOUO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
rtHiiT ii tMH i-ammiti n win
Milan m u. niloii a miui mi ittt
puaj ! Miia trt pit i d.aia.
btiit aaa arsoaa
aa t ISOtOUl la all rupicU.
YOUNI MEN MOID,
tarda flroa MEBTOUI SI
ILITT. Imi ir ralllic Mia.
How to I'ollih Shirt lloioma.
Tako half an ounce each of white wax,
isinglass and gum arable und half a tea
spoonful of alcohol; put them in a gill
of boiling water, shake-well und bottle.
To each quart of starch add it teaspoon
ful of thu mixture.
kM4, rartlcal Iicium,
nuri4 ta rUrtOT IIALTH aa4
Worry, ttaatia D. Tal.iiB.it. ar
aa rXMOMAL WIAIHtU. (take
til BOILS TITAllTT at itAOBO
KM, M rrli aa mini atiiaa.
Wa claim by yrara of practice by
our exclusive tnnhcxli a unllornk
"oaoroLT or idcciss" in treat-
Ihm a!1 TAla a a aaa Wiik Bum amrl
I ImmRUKl.ta. .nil Trrltnrii.a
UIB lirtif !! tvllttw (rut yr,aealeil, post
fJH HEW DR paid. forallmllrHl time; Ort
BvaUsriasaa. rmllltUaitliasriraOBll TAtAT
at. Ta taa is IVUT BUTOAXD as Tksasaaaa
RIB MKDIOAL CO. BUFFALO. N.Y
i WXWi.Rota to lcf stu. o.t. a.
Osaat aar smb. one or uanr
aid tuTrroTS or runuxsmr,
Bbortbaud, and Typewriting. Is the tost and largest
Cullan In the Watt. SOD minimi In altinUnn Tut
year. SuiienU ureeand tor business In from J to
itoatka. Itxpsrleneed faculty, rmonal Instruction.
eauUful Ulustrated catalocue. oollaxa Journals, and
u ivaniaawup, kdi tree 117 addressing
tOXUttUDOB BOOSE. Uncoln. Mali.
or low degree, and Chilton, of Texan,
had nevor been anything greater' than
assistant attoruuy general of his state.
PefTor, of Kansas, was a member of the
state legislature, us was Kyle, of South
Dakota. White, of Louisiana, had been
nu associate justice of the state supreme
Senator Hill has not yet taken h'
Beat, but when ho comes I fancy he
will attract more attention than any of
the other new senators. Next to him in
popular interest, and now by all odds
tho most talked of man iu tho chamber,
is hearty, frank, honest, bluff old Gen
eral Palmer, of Illinois. Ho is quite the
hero of the hour and is rapidly wlniilnit
his way to the hearts of his associates.
General Palmer is often spoken of as the
grand old man of the west, but he i
not so very old. Mr. Morrill, of Ver
mont, is his senior by seven years.
Dawes and Sawyer are a year older than
he, und John Sherman is but live years
younger. Palmer is seventyfour, but
he has tho uctivity and thu memory of n
man of fifty, Ho looks like a combina
tion of Uncle Sam and Allen G. Thur
man. and a very wholesome American
face is his too.
during the war, being wounded five
times iu one battle, but ho is u pretty
good man yet. Gordon has mado tw
fortunes and lost them, and is not
old to uiuko another.
Poller and his whiskers you havo all
heard of, but Kylo you do not know so
well. Ho is said to bo tho only man in
thu r.enato who ever filled n pulpit ns
u regularly, ordalntjd minister. Ho
preached for three years, is u Congrega-
tiouulist and never misses prayer in tho
Vilas is u well to do man, but not ns
rich as his colleague, Philotus Sawyer,
though I hear Sawyer has lost it million
dollars during the last year. Vilas and
Proctor are well known from their re-
How to I'ut Two Thlnsa at Once In One
A simple trick, easily performed, will
puzzle any ouo who has not seen it.
Take u common tumbler and pour water
carefully into it until it will not hold
another drop without overflowing. Ask
tho witnesses if anything more can bo
put into thu glass without removing or
J spilling th) water, and the chances are
l that all will say no. You can, however,
add (if you do it carefully) n very can
sidernblu quantity of salt, and when no
moro salt will go iu you can add sugar
without increasing the bulk of tho water
or spilling uny. You may do something
still more surprising. Instead of salt
and sugar, you can put a great many
pins or needles Into the water without
making it overflow. Philosophers de
clare that thu particles of water rear
range themselves around tho plus.
W. J. I'ltATT, Proprietor.
First Class Livery Rigs
At nil Hcurs Day or Night.
Gentlemen's Driving Rigs, Etc.
Wc nrc especially well prepared to board a limited number of horses and having
the largest nnd finest equipped stable in the city, can take best of care of all horses en
trusted to us. Our stable Is light and roomy with unsurpassed ventilation. All
vehicles nnd harness receive dally cleaning and iihvas leave the stable in neat, clean
CALL AXD SEE US.GIX'K US A TRIAL.
Telephone 518. Stables 1639-1641 O St
cent service in tho cabinets of Presidents
Cleveland und Harrison respectively,
A Clear Case.
I've been cudgoliug my brain for an
hour over this thing," said n young De
troit attorney to tlio older ouo with
whom he Is associated in a knotty case.
"Bo careful," was tho quiet response,
''or I'll have you arrested for assault
und battery. I'd be sure to win tin
case, when u man of your size would
jump on a little thing like that with a
cudgel." Dotrolt Free Press.
How the Term "I'ln Money" Orliclnutt'il.
This means u lady's allowance ot
money for herown personal expenditure
Long after thu invention of pins, iu tliu
Fourteenth century, they were very
cobtly, and the maker was allowed to
sell them in open shop only on the 1st
and 2d of January. It wiis then that the
ladies of thu court and city dames flocked
to the stores to buy them, having been
first provided with tho requisite money
by their husbands. When pins becaino
common and cheap tho ladles spent their
allowance on other fancies, but the term
pin money remained in vogue.
How to Sharpen Kilijo Tools.
Add to water one-twentieth of its
weight iu sulphuric or muriatic acid.
Placo the tool iu it and leave it for half an
hour, after which tnku it out and wijw it
dry. Three or four hours afterward fin
ish tho edge on a hone. Thu diluto acid
cuts the steel away nnd does the work of
a grindstone, making thu honing all that
Is necessary to put tho edge on tho tool.
This process will actually improve blades
that have been badly hardened, although
thu reason for the improvement is not
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
WITH US FOR
FOR SUNDAY DINNER
AND THEY. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
Makers of Bon Bons and Chocolates.
Also Delicious Ice Cream and Soda Water.
HEN YOU WANT FINE JOB PRINTING
See the WESSEL PRINTING CO.