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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1892.
Never Buy a Garpet
UNTIL YOU HAVK SEEN TUB
Exposition Carpet House
ALL TUB NEWEST EITECTS IN
COLORINGS AND DESIGN'S.
we hov nil the ncwet thing In house
drnpe, nnd hnvc nn attractive line ol
Always co the Exposition Carpet Store
Mm. J. C. Hell delre to acquaint the
ladles 01 Lincoln nml vicinity with the (net
Handtome New Establishment
It now open, nml ttnnUtctl by n conipetcnt
corps of nrtlsts I ready to serve nil callers
vrltli the hct of work nml the finest mate
rtU. Wc carry n complete nml very line
Toilet Aitlcles and
Ladle me cordially Invited to visit our
parlors. Prompt nml polite nltcntlou ns
Mrs. J. O. BELL,
114 N i.th St. New Alcxnndcr Hlock,
If you Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
B Safe Deposit Co.
s.K.cor. Mlh and P His.
THBY WILL BAM INTEREST FOR YOU
At thu Unto or
S-Wve per Ct. per Annum-5
Save 15 ft) a wcok nml It amount with
Urest lit (tvo years to $1,000.00.
Bank open nt UsSO n. in. to 3:30 p. in. nml
Saturday evening, S to 8 p. in.
Safes to Rent In Burglar and Fire
Offers the Beit Facilities for transacting
J.D. MAOFAHLANl). I'res'denl
O. 8. LU'PKN OTT, .a.'t. Cashier.
John Krltigerald, William M. Clark. J.D.
Macfarland, T. M. Mnnrioltc, Charles
A, Milium, A. s. Raymond,
John I.. Cnrson.
Lincoln, : Nebraska.
TUNY AliVtf (.OIXUOIIT
,1 Mimiir ltperof Modern 7Viim
AdlnsnllcoiUiiiiiinotl"iildlr.MMii tlm iiiIIcm
WlCMMlCL, FUINTINO OO,
Courier IIiiIIiIIiik, II : N W reel.
U Wkhmki., Jh Kdltor nml Hole I'mprletJir
Kitterednttho I'mlullleu of t.liu-olc,
ii second class imitlor.
POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 63,000.
Fremiti, .Ifimfediiii Jriiimi ha enlarged
It Held of operation mil mm- iipp'itr n
Sjmrt, Mush (iwf Dntmu In mi Inpiovitl
form. It lioini of the neatest Jonnuls, typo
giaphleally, lhat comes to our nllloe mid It
content lire nlwnys of n IiIkIi onlur. Wo
cougrattilato our dramatic cnnteiiip'nary on
It Improved nppo.irniioe mid predict for It
mi Increase of thiieecsi It has heretofore
Tim 'Aiitnml Trudu Tin to Review" of the
Keokuk, (In.) Gut t City for M'J linn been re
eel veil nt till ollleu, It I nt onco u lixiiutl
ful mid useful publication, (Mod with choice
matter nml beautifully llltistrnttsl, It page
fairly teem with wl(lo-nwnkoiidvertleiiteiil,
the result of the hustling abilities of our
friend Joeph Ulme, who deserves sutntuii
tlal congratulation on hi achievement. It
I the neatest thing of the kind thnt has
reached ui up to date.
Thu Kehruary nmiibor of Peter m's .Uny
tufiielsonoot the linndsomstt mid best of
tlm month's iiingaihie. It open with n
nhowy fashion plate mid Hue full page en
gravings, ono of which "The Holnted Valoii
tine" Illustrate a very tiMUtlful i)im liy
.Minmt Irving. "Up and Down Kist Ang
Ha" hy Holyn K. llrooke la nu Interesting
necount of English Norfolk and Huffolk with
it series of excellent illustration. ''An In
voluntary Elopement" hy Carry H. MorKnn
Is n drntuttlc sUiry of western life effectively
illustratml. Auothor enpllnlly lllttsir.itud
paper l "Tno Children' Kuiioy l)ni Party"
which nlvc clear direction for uriklu the
costumeantn small cost. "Ill MNtakj" hy
Kate Wallacu Clement I a charming story.
"The Confession o' Philosophy" will add to
Alice Maude Hwell's rapidly growing reput
ation. "Folk Iiro of Colored People" hy
Mrs. 11 A. Mathews Is h very charming
paH-r. The reuialuder of the contents are In
keeping with the article we have mentioned,
and the whole get up of the mimhr would
do credit ton porloelcal double the price.
Term two dollar a year. UM Chestnut
fancy patent Hour,
111(1 i.m ' '
1 1 i;i
E. H, Guthrie has arranged to continue
in the carriage Hue, Customers wanting
first class work will do well to wait for a
new lino of the very finest Jbi o.i tin iuar
kot which will arrive In ample time for
spring trade at loll) O street.
Now England Crystil meal, the latest nml
finest production tor inti.h or baking pur
purKsoo, Ask for It at groom.
Nothing like New England graham for
breads or graham gems. Dealers sell It.
Tho Whitebreast Coal nml Lime company
(a always at the front supplying the tluost
radeaof all kind of coal
Miss Anna Dick, Modiste. Corner Elev
onth and IP streets over Lincoln Saving
Rank & Safety Di-poslt Co., entrance on P
Our work speak for Itself. It needs no
brag or bluster, simply your own opinion
will testify to its merlU. The Studio Le
Qraude Is on the ground floor, centrally lo
cated and n beautiful place. Call and see us
at 134 south Twelfth street.
Coal of every size from the best mines
in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale, by Goo. A. Hay
tner. Telephone :W0. Office 1134 O street.
Kjre mimI Kwr Surgeon.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist and aurist, 130:1
O street, telephone 1175, Lincoln, Nebr.
Officers and Dirrtfors:
John IV Wright, Pre. T. E. Handera, V.-P
J. H. McClay, Cashier.
FEJohusoa, ltPLau. Thos Cochran, E
HBIier, TWLowerr. W I.Dayton.
General Banking Business Transacted.
Collectionc a Specialty.
W CAPITAL $800,000.00.
L M. Raymond, ILnwIs Gregory,
President. vice President
D. O. Wliiff,
Youthllene KuropeHii Vase Proportion,
Ladies, it you want most elegant face prep
aration, try this one. It is pure as spring
water; no lend, sediment or other injurious
substances. It makes your skin soft, fresh,
and clear; removes tan, blotches, discolora
tion, and impart n pearly complexion,
If your face is not what you desire it, try
"Youthllone". I guarantee it to give perfect
satisfaction. I have sought for a prepara
don that will make complexions fresh and
young looking and uowl have found it, re
tailed at two dollars or three for Ave. I have
secured the agency for this trusty article.
J. II. IUuucv, Druggist, Lincoln, Neb.
Srl-ATH OKIRTS AND HELL TRAINS
HAVE HAD THEIR DAY.
WHrmmi Tlcllii(,' I'iovIiiIiiiimI by Olltn
llnrpet lit I'liii.e Wlin Oppiun Their,
hlyles Tmii Cnxliimus That Art- Wry
Ni:w YoitK. IVh, II. -All tlinno who
linvi' ht'iMi riiiiipluliitiiK iiIhiih Iheahcath
nklitM mul lidl ItntiH oiii tulio comfort
in Ihe kuiiwli'ilxo jrv.
Unit tlmlrii'iKiil oSvl
llllllllt "Vl'l I- till
dhiiii. nun unia" ,2 a
fill ilmpUl ii'. Will ltffri
The new Lincoln frame, and art company
make a specialty of frames for line crayon
work, with Elite Studio south Eleventh
8. H. BurnUam.
C. L. RICHARDS,
Only Ten 1,10) Ceiitsu Tuck.
The celebrated "Rurlhigton Houte" upply
Ing cards lire now sold at ten cents per pack,
(W cents is tho usual price for such cards).
Whist, high-live and euchre parties will soon
be in order, and wi would suggest that you
lay in a stocu of these ca'rds for future re
quirement. A. C. Kikmeu,
City Passenger Agent
The famous Ilambler wheels still tako the
lead and E. R. Guthrie still maintains the
agency as 1540 O street. In connection with
bis establishment Mr. Guthrie has a school
of teaching how to ride. With each salo of
a machine goes a guarantee that he will
teach you how to ride perfectly and no
charge for instruction, ,
flSSBmi A IJ
1 f I iC
ii i mv
im i , n
WE ARE GIVING AWAY CLOTHING
In comparison to what others ask for it.
For scavengor work, day and night, drop
J. C. Field a postal and he will promptly
call and see what you want.
Bread is the staff of life and' it you want
the very best you should go to the New
Ladies hair dressing, Miss Johnston,
ill viih favor wllh l(t
the prliicivH, mul imJ,)
lloiitit'oi nml iiiiii. (iJm' J
lcrn will ln no
mid Insets uru
iilso rooii on tho
(J nt' hiiiiiNniiic
Hprinx kowii jut
liiilnhi'il for u
linly liitx thu
front of thu Hlctrt
lulil in four up
turned p I u 1 1 H,
which thrown it
across tho front.
Thu foot in Miirili
i'il tun luuhcH
nccp, huh inuroiu bi.ahiikd BKIUT
an nucordlon costumk.
filnitintr of hiiko Broon fnlllu. Tlio gown
itdulf is of dark groon broadcloth. Tho
waist and hIcuvuh IiiivosIiihIios with pufls
of tho biiko groon Biirnh. Tliu oiled is
very iiloaslng. Thu back of tho Hklrt Is
gathered and rails freo from thu holt.
I anw toilay a Biiporb gown on a lovuly
blond lady who was buying a tliousatul
dollar piano. Oh. doarl why enn't we
nil havo enough inonoy to enublo tin to
do llkowiso? Uut nnyhow, alio was
protty to look at. Thu dross was of
plum colorud volvot. with n plain ahapod
skirt, nil tho front hultig oinhroidiired
with nilk in thu H.iiiii' wliiulo. Thu back
breadths lay in Ioimo. hoavy folds Thu
b.isitiu had (loop sldiM. onibroiilurod nml
finlslied with a netted friugo in the name
color. Tho hat was a largu. hlauk vol
vet, with quantities of plume Shu
woro a capo of plain, black aunul's hair
lined with whitu stpiirrols anil bordered
with sable, ami had a wide Htamliug
collar of sablu. Could a costume lie
much handsomer? And yot the wuarur
appeared perfectly unconscious of it,
mid returned to hurcarriagu much n if
taking thu omnibus, fine gowns have
their places and their uses.
And tho rago for painting tho lily and
adorning tho rose extends to embroider
ing thu short shoulder capes of sealskin
and astrakhan with cashmere colors in
India shawl patterns Intermingled with
gold threads. To my mind this cheapens
thu richness of tho fur.
Today 1 ruvolod in summor goods
How protty thoy nro! Thu mift xcphyr
ginghams in tender bluo witli faint gray
and pink crossbars are so dainty. The
plaids nro about two Inches square and
are moro suggestions than real plaids
and thoy nro so lino that thoy nro almost
transparent. Tho colors are scarcely col
ors, but n delicate blending of all the
mast entrancing tints in nature.
Thoro is no raw, crudo coloring, and
a person must bo artistic if sho would be
in fashion. 1 hero nro sovoral now ultVcts
in graduated stripos in zephyrs, such as
purple on cream, pink nml cream, blue
1 noticed, too, Bomo curious patterns of
plnids upon plaids, that is line check
upon largo plaids, which is very pretty
One piece qui to took my oyo. Tho ground
was of a large 2-inch plaid in two shades
of gray, both Ught, nnd ovorluying that
another smaller plaid in black, white
nnd another shade of gray. There are
many now satines. very firm and satiny
in indistinct grays nnd gruons with white
figures, and others with swivel effect, of
brocaded patterns, A rich garnot lias
double crosses in cream, and dark blue
is in tiie same pattern. The patterns are
neither sprawling nor very small but
medium, and so uru very ladyliko.
Lawns always look so cool and pure
and fresh that I love to took at them
Oowns for summer wear are now being
bought by the wisu virgins, and witii the
styles can be
uindo at home,
and it must be
n pleasure to sow
them Thoy will
be mndo in vari
ous ways, but one
favorite will bo
to Ii n v o two
reaching to the
knees and the
othor sewn in
with the wnlst
band and just
meeting tho up
per edgo of tho
lower ono. To
wear with these
nro tno now oiu
bons. There are
somo of them of
BlRDSEYB and velvet rjch heavy satin
with lighter colored Unworn picked out
with gold brocaded all over them. One
lovely pattern was dark blue with purple
and green thistles nil over; others wei e
brocaded in self colors. Some ol these
rich ribbons will bo stitched Hat on the
bottoms and waists of handsome silk or
There were a few pattern spring ben
nets on private salo today, and 1 notice
most of them wero made of loco with bor
ders of flowers around the extreme edge
and others laid along the middle of the
crown like a crest. Uut us every wotuun
noods a little different trimming to suit
her style, naturally every bonnet varies
a little from its nearest neighbor; but
the general form is rather flat, aet close
to the head at the sides and with strings
or without as is preferred.
We are in a Position to do it.
Wc have Purchased the Seminons Stock at
And are giving the public the benefit of our great bargain. Here is the chance
of a lifetime to buy good and seasonable clothing at
ALMOST HALF ITS VALUE.
KGMEMIitill THIS SALE IS FOR
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Buyers will do well to call early while the assortment is unbroken.
BETTMAN & CO.
SEMMONS CLOTHING CO.
Our First Century.
It cannot ho that men who nro tho seed
Of Wiudiliiutoii should mlHjr fiimo's truo ap-
Franklin did ilnn us; Marslmll unvo u laws;
Anil slnwllie hrnailiu:rlli;ruv ii ixoilo'g creed,
One liiiul mid free, then nt our dautserous need,
Time's elinllenKO coining, Lincoln k'avo It
Upheld tlm double pillars of tho cause;
Anil, lyliK. left them whole tho crownltiff
Such was tho fathering rnco that mndo all fast,
Who founded us, and spread from sea to sen
A thousand lenuues tho 70110 of liberty,
And built for man this rcfiiKO from his post,
UnkltiKed, unchurched, tmsolillcrud; shamed
Falling tho stature that such sires forecast!
A I'rophrcy Now Happily Ftillllled.
I am loath to close. We nro not ene
mies, but friends. Wu must not bo ene
mies. Though passion may have strained,
it must not break our bonds of affection.
Tho mystic cords of mercy stretching
from tho battlefield nnd patriot grave to
every loving heart nnd henrthstono nil
over this broad land will yet swell tho
chorus of tho Union when again touched,
ns surely thoy will bo, by tho better
tngels of onr nature. From Lincoln'u
NEBRASKA CONSERVATORY of MUSIC
Academic School for Girls,
Lincoln, ..... Nebraska.
Music, Art, Elocution,
Literature, and Languages,
TmiKht by a Kneultv of Hlxteon Instructors.
Each Teacher mi
ARTIST AND SPECIALIST.
Tho imly Oonservntory west of Huston own
lug It own htilldlmr and furnlshliiK. A re
fined homo for lady students. Tuition from
SHOO to l:l HO per term ol 10 weeks.
Write for CulnloRiio nml general Information,
O. 11. HOWELL, Director.
is the pivot
Of a No. I Anthracite
C O A T
on hand now, which I will sell lower than the lowest, as I can
not afford to carry it over the summer.
Call Telephone 554, or see me before buying.
M. L. TRESTER.
This will only last until my hard nut coal is sold out.
A number of years ago I suggested
to one of my clients that he place nu
advertisement for good usl exclu
sively by men in a paper supKed to
be rend exclusively by women. The
advertisement appeared ; it continued
in that paper several consecutive
yearn. The actual mull cash sales,
coming directly fiom that advertise
nifiit, were two or three times ns
great, reckoning proportionate cost,
than came from the same advertise
iiieut in nny of the hundred papers
my client was advertising in. Since
tliHii I have made theo exerimeiits
many times, until I Ix-Ileve I linve it
right to claim that the experiment
bus passed Into fact. Xathl C. Fowler,
.1 Jr., Adrerltsinu Rvjurrl.
The C'ouulKlt I the favorite journal
among the Indie of Lincoln and adjacent
country. Plant your announcement in its
column mid reau bwt iciults.
IN IT ALONE.
Now We Cut Profits in Two
Having purchased the interest of Mr. Sanderson in the
late firm of Parker & Sanderson, which ended with the old
year, I have decided to offer
in all lines of goods for the next Thirty days.
Ladies will do well to look up our bargains in Fine
Street Wear and Party Goods. Remember the old reliable
at the old stand.
1000 O STREET.
G. A. RAYMER &CO.
Has secured during 1892:
It. Klder Itniu'nrd,
W, I). Howells,
Ht. lieomo Mmirt. Mark
ItuUynrd Klpllug, J. imimller Harris,
It. Louis htoveiiauu, W tlllnlii llhick,
W. t'lurk Hiw.ell. Mury K. Wllklns
Frances Hodgson lluruclt,
Anil muiiy other distinguished writers.
l)c gtitufrau &x
Is the grnitest Sunday Newspaper la the
Price 5c a copy. By mail $3 a year,
Address The Sun, New York,
BEST GRADE OF HARD COAL.
Telephone 390. Office 1 134 O Strttt.
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