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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1892
POPULATION OP LINCOLN 65,000. HH
0mr I Oth and P fttrfct.
Special Saleevcrv day next week on our
new Mock of WASf! GOODS.
Fine Ginghams ntul llrniulonbur Suit
lugs n specialty.
H. R. NISSLEY&CO.
The Courier will not t responsible for
any debt made liy any ot:a In It nnine, mi
mi written order neeoiniinnle tha Mtiiit.
Wc want to close out our
P. D. CORSETS
If price l nny object to your buying
one, cnll nnd tec us,
Cor. O nml tsth SU. Opera House Corner
Tha Courier Cin be rounil At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htnnd.
Windsor Hotel Now Htnml.
Capital Hotel Now Htnnd.
OdWii UlnliiK HH. Miwonlo Temilo
TtoU I'ultoClmr Mow, KUO O Htrcot
Tho UothnmlNow HtmiU, MM p Ht.
The Apex, lit North Hth Htrcct.
Closon. Kleloher A Coa U20O Hlreo t.
WesterHeM' Harbor Hhon, llurr Hlocic.
International Now Kmporlum,12ttO Ht.
Hon Tan OlKiirHlnrc, l!W North nth Htrcot.
MoorVNowBtand,llKouth 1UU Htrcct.
T-An extra supply of paper l always left
I the Ootham, In cane other Newsdealer
opplle run short.
TlmCouniKU Invites Us reader to con
trllmtnto this dopnrlmonl, sending us cither
by mall) iiiossoiirpi or telephone, (No. i'l)
pcnonal lU-ms, reports of parties socials,
ten, wedding, church entertainment, musl
calc, etc., which have or aro ulmtit to occur.
Never tnlml tbo language;. Klvo ii the
IKilutu nml vn will 1I0 tho rcM. It li essential
thoiiRh, that wo bavo thin Information at Jlho
earliest practicable moment. Whenever an
Invitation to these event Iscxtcudcd.n Cou
HlKHreprcsontntlvn will to delegated to at
tend HT(iimlly. Klt.l
A WORD OF WARNING.
Scarcely n week tiasse that a large
amount of matter I not Rent or handed in at
tbo CountRH office, uminlly Friday morning
or late Thumday afternoon, which never
tbo light of day, Iieenuso wo are tinniiio to
handle It. If our friend wotdd Ret their
favor In Immediately upon their ooourraneo
there would be no nccaMon for tlm "killing"
or "cutting" process to 1k practiced here.
When you havu something that could Im
given u Monday do not wait untllThursday
or Friday, but aeud It nt once. You will
snvo tbo ofllce and yourelf illapMilntinent
and regret by adopting tbl couro.
TUB I.AIIKINO CI.UI1.
Tho "lurking Chili" wero ploaintly en
tertained by Mis Jeuulo Iluncber at her
homo mil I j Mrcot, last Tuesday ovenlng.
Delicious lofreshmout wero eorveil at tbo
clow of tho game, after which tbo company
wero treated to some flno guitar music
by Ml Ada Hall and Mr. Hay Wln.low.
Thore present wero Miasm Hmltb, Hall,
Uuncber, Halo, I'etermati, Haiti, Hlalr, Barn
aby, Mr. I'lekup; Messrs Hlsdoii, Wlmdow,
West, T. Hnllster, 0. Hollster, Hale, Camp
bell. Tho club will meet at tho homo of MIm
Florence Halo next time.
W. R. Dennis,
Commencing April ttrrt, Thi Courixr
will Insert notice pertaining to oolabl,
teHtvak, lecture, meeting and eermon for
all churches free of charge. Advertisement
for entertainment where an admiMlon U
charged will be Inserted at one-half the reg
Notice of Publication.
Lloyd Malone, Cotton Malone, Flora Hello
Malone, Katy Malone, Albert Malone, Harah
A.Hhoenhelland FreJerlekO Bill will take
notlee that on the Win day of January, 1H0I,
the Nebraska Stock Yard Company, of Lin
coln. Nebraska, plalntifrhorelu, Medlta petl
iinnin ilia ni.trlrt Court of Lancaster Count v
Nebraska, against said defendants, tho object
and unyor or which aro to rorcctoRon certain
mortgage oxoouted by Mamual MoClay to thl
plaintiff, upon the following described real
estate : Lot Three (3) and 7ur (4.) In lllock
Nine on. and Lola Fifteen (16.) and Ktxhtecn
(18.) In Block Twenty t wo (2J) In West Lincoln,
Lancatter County. Nebrosica. 10
ment of two certain
eilan the 21st dar of July. 1885. for the mm
of f 198.75 each, and due and payable In two and
three year from the tlatelhercof; uponsnld
note and mortfagx) thore I now duo and pay-
nt.i tit iiim of Vlvn HuiidrtHl anil Twenty
dollar and Twonty-nve cent . (KOX83). for
which um, with lntorct from thlsdate. plain
iiir nravi rnr a decree, and that deroiulitnt
may be required to pay thomo,or that ald
premlemay be otd to allry the amount
found duo. You aro required io ancwer ald
petition on or before tbo 7th day or March,
18M.' Lijicombtook Yard Co.,
of Lincoln, Nebnukn, by Its attorney!
Dawes, Coirrotfi A Cunningham
Dated tho th day of January, lsi 1-DO-tt
Leeal and Personal.
Lincoln Ice Co., 1040 O Ht. Telephone 235
For first claes Tonsorlal work, see Wester
field. Archer, dentist, Brace block, over Merch
Canon City Coal at the Whltebreait
Coal and Lime Co.
Ml C. J. Gullmette, modiste, Latta Block
over Miller & Falne. Take elevator.
Cabinet baths for ladle given by Mr. B.
D. Catlln professional masseur, 12301 rtreet.
"Shogo" has beeu at the bead of all west
rn flour for eight year. It must be good.
Ladle can have their party dresses cleaned
by the French dry process at the Lincoln
(teamdje work 1105 O street
Abdication for rental of Turner hall for
octal and dancing received at P. J. Wohlen
bergs cigar More, 123 8. 11th Mreet.
Flannel shirt cleaned without shrinking by
the French dry cleaning proce, only 15 cU.
at Lincoln Steam Dye works, 1105 O Mreet.
"Not bow cheap, but how good" is the
Motto of the new Studio Le Grande. Call
and see their work, 124 south Twelfth street.
Order for piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, 908 south Eleventh street, will
receive prompt atUution by 8. O. Quick.
Never order a photograph or picture tf
any kind until you have een the work done
at the new Btudio Le Grande, 124 south
The celebrated Egg Shampoo remove
dandruff and promote the growth of the
hair. Fcr aale by Mia Johnston, 1114 O
Gentlemen should now get out their Ian
nuamer' suit, take it to the Lincoln Steam
dye works 1105 O street and have it cleaned,
dyed, repaired or pressed out.
LatoM stadia and it full line of artUU
aaWriak at popular price at the new Lin
finifM and art company, with Elite
fwAto, 9e Ssouth Eleventh street.
MIHH AMCK OimtNTKHTAINH.
ThoteacbeiRof the Elliot school, with n
few friend, were entertained by MIm Alico
Orr, at hrr homo, corner of Seventeenth nnd
K Mreetf, Saturday evening. Mr. Uolllim
read choice nolectlon fron Helen Hunt Jack
ion, which worn greatly enjoyed. Hesldo
tbl. tberu wero rcfreiihmcnUi, recitation.
etc., to whllo away it ploaumt evening.
Tliotto nremmt wore Menir nnd Mosdamo
Urirtln, Uieenleo, Hoiuus, iiiirKe, jviwaro,
IUovm; Miwi Thoina, Ki-lx, Duncoiubo
Uurcb, Henrii, Hadger and Mr. Hear.
HIXKITION AT1IOTKI. KAN MAUINO.
A grand reception wn hold lit tbo Hotel
San Marino, Sutherland, Florida, of which
Meur Imhoff and Elliott of tills place aro
owners, on Thursday evening, January 21st.
Tho Tampa Journal, describing the event,
among other thing says:
"No social event ha created as much of a
furore as the reception nt tho San Marino,
Sutherland, on Thursday evening last, whoii
the guests of that magulllcient hosterly ox
tended to guest of other hotel In hho vicin
ity and to distinguished eople throughout
very section of tho state, their hospitality.
Invitation were scattered broadcast, and
expression of regret, to whldh are attached
name well kno n lu political a well a lit
erary circle, are proof positive that more
than local Interest wat felt In the success of
the reception. The arrival at the station
waa a pleasant one. Outpoured the merry
crowd and up the long walk began the march
to the Mecca on the brow of the hill, the
grand San Marino, whose front shone down
a blase of light, and from whose portals
floated out anatbhe of song and low-toned
laughter of fair' women. Soon (trains of
musio from the dinning room admon
ished the guest that; the grand march
waa about to commence, and tbat the recep
tion was about to become a ball. It was cer
tainly a lovely sight as couple after couple
fell Into lino, passing round and round the
spacious hall. Soon the inarch malted Into a
waits and fairy forms glided through the
mace of the." dance, upheld by cavalier,
whose firmerfootsteps kept time with tho
light ones of ahelr partners.
Speaking of the proprietors, the same
journal says: "Messrs Imhoff & Elliott, be
ing the owners. Thoy are both self-made
men, both have money enough to push tho
enterprise and there can be no doubt of tho
ultimate result of tho lnvestiment. Thoir
first step was to And a hotel manager of ex
perience, and that they have found in Mr,
Don. H. Porter, formerly of tho Hotel Mln
netawkn, South Dakota. He is one of tboio
whole-souled men, whose very greeting is a
welcome, and who makes of every guest n
friend. He does not depend on Florida for
help, but has to uid him an able corps of
An extraordinarily large number of guest
were present, among them many of Nebras
ka's best known citizens.
MK. ROBERTS' ANNIVERSARY.
Mr. E. T. llobert and a party of friends
gathered Friday eveuing to celebrate her
husband's birthday anniversary. High five
and refreshments were enjoyed and a pleas
ant evening spent. Those present wero
Messrs and Mesdaiuea M. D. Tiffany, C. C.
Waldo, O. B. Howell, F. V. Bartrutr, J. E.
H. Miller, Clio. Sanburn; Mr. It. C. Hax
lett. Mis Bessie Bartruff and Mr. Wliitcd.
Mr. Roberts was the recipient of a number
of flno presents.
CONCKRT AT BKAT1UCK.
Members of the faculty and stude nt of
the conservatory of muslo started for Beat
rice yesterday, where they gavo a grand
concert at 1'uddock oiern house last evening.
Those taking art wero Prof; XV . L. Gray,
concert plaiiUt; Prof. Aug. Haguuow. solo
violinist; Prof. J. L. Fran it, bur I ton a soloist;
Miss Mary E. Latimer, soprano soloist, as
slated by the Conservatory Quintett Club
and the Conservatory String Quortett. They
will return to-day.
AN IV.PHK88IVK HOMR WKDDINO.
There is always something particularly beau
tiful and Impressive about a borne wedding
and such certainly was the case at the nup
tials of Miss Josle Weasel of .Nebraska City
and Mr. E. Schwarx of New York which
took place Tuesday at noon at tho brides
home. The ceremony, that of the Jewish
faith, was performed by Hov. Dr. Roseuau
of Omaha in the presence of relatives only,
two ring being used, tbo tow being plight
ed with wine from the cup of life. The ser
vice was one qf unusual brilliancy, and the
touching remark 'of the ablo divine caused
more than one eye to moisten. The bride
and groom were 'attired in travelling cos
tumes, the wedding taking place at the fami
ly residence after which carriages conveyed
I be guests to Hotel Watson where at two
o'clock a most delicious wedding dinner was
served under the personal direction of land
lord Ira P. Higby, Tho feast was one "lit
for the gods" and consisted of the most tooth
some delicacies and substantial of life. It
wa served in five courses, interspersed with
wines, and would certainly liave proven a
creditable spread for any hotel" In the coun
try, The cvUine wa excellent, At three
o'clock L. Westel, Jr., Of Lincoln, acting
n (nasi master, called tho guiwt to order ami
tho time intervening before tlm tvahn dear
turn wn (KTiipIrd In IIMcnliig to Impromptu
MMclic and rending congratulatory tele
gram. Tlm happy cnuplti left on tlm nfter
uihiii train for their future homo In Now
York City where the groom I nu oxteiulvo
lniNirler having been otnhllshfd n number
of year in tlm great inetroKill. Tlm brldo,
well known to a largo circle In Lincoln wa
iiImi u resident of New York for several
jeAr tlm scene of early courtship. Mrs,
Hchwarr. was Inirn in Nebraska City, and I
tlm daughter of Mr. L. Weasel, one of tlm
earliest settler and prominent business men,
Endowed with a lovable i1IskmIiIoii, nnd
highly accomplished In the arti a well as
domestlo life, and with many friend In the
nietroKll to welcome Iter back again, life
will undoubtedly Ixi a happy dream for tbo
Tho list of present wero varied and valu
able, among them being a rral estate deed,
several check for largo amount, etc. Tho
following I a list of the guests: Mevr nnd
Memlnme O. Adler and son Kdger, II. Kolm
of Sownrd; M, Kobunnd Cha. Sehwarr. of
Aurora; Max Kolm nnd daughter Tollloond
Amanda, Henry Wetwel, L. Wewl Jr., Sam
Wcwielt MIsnom Carrie Arnold, Paulino Gold
smith, of Lincoln; Messrs Edgar Wemel and
Alex Weasel of Omaha.
AN KVKNINO WITH MIHH (llt.t.KHIMK.
Mis Kinma Glllesplo 'entertained a pleas
ant jmrty of her friends with card and re
freshment Friday evening. Those present
wero tho Mlsse llattlo and Lottlo Town,
Patterson, Hsrnaby, Easterdny; Messrs Eas
turdny, Slosson nnd George; and Hairy Town.
UNITKKTITY'H CIIAIlTKll DAY.
Tho University of Nebraska will celebrate
it Charter day noxt Monday, for which
elalminta preparation bavo Ikmjii made.
Tlm exercise will oieii with tho Faculty re
ception from two to llvo o'clock, Iwtwean
which hour all tbo lecturo rooms, libraries,
laboratories and museums nro open to tho
public, and inemliers of tlm faculty will bo
glial to meet their friends ami tho public gen
erally. In tho evening nt tho now Lansing
tluvitro Hov. Wiishlngtmi GluiMeu, D. I).,
will deliver the luldren on "Tho True Socinl
Ism" nt eight o'clock, preceded by nolectlon
by tho Unsverslty orchestra. At Giant
Memorial hall from hnlf-ut nine to ton
thirty, tho Chancellor's reception will bo
held. Tho friends or this .institution cauut
but lie deeply gintllled at the solid progress
made nnd tho material prpserlty and ad
vancement which ha attended Its establishment.
IN MEMOUIAN MIIH. AUNKS H. MA1TI.ANI).
Yea, though I walk through tho valley of
the Miadow of death, I will fear no evil: for
thou iirt with mo; thy rod and thy tatr com
Died at her homo 1848 Prospect street,
February 4th, 1802, Agnes 8., beloved wlfo
of W. G. Mnltlaud. Tho funeral whs held
Saturday, tho remains being followed to
Wyuka cemetery by u largo con-ourso of
sorrowing friends. Deceased wn n daughter
of M.and A.M. Dreber and wa Iwrn in
Schuylkill county, Pa., October 8th, 1853.
Her parents moved to Indianapolis, Ind., In
18511. In 18711 ho was married to W. G.
Mnltlaud at tho latter place. They camo to
Lincoln In 1885, where they have since re
lidod. Sho became a member of the Metho
dist church nt the ago of ten year, but since
her coming here united with the First l'res
byterlan chur ch, and that she proved a rami
fuland consistent member has been strik
ingly evinced by the host of frinds, who
showed their appreciation and love for her
by acts of kindness nnd an abundance of
beautiful floral offerings. She loaves a kind
father, a loving husband nnd two children,
and a large circle of frlemU to mourn her
loss, but they mouru not as those having no
hope, for they know that she Is "not lost but
gone before,'' and wait with smiles to greet
them, where sad parting come no more.
The following touching lines aro Inscribed
by a friend:
Our friend has left us like agontlo breath,
Her eye aro closed In the sloep of death,
The autumn leave will flutter and fnll
And tho drifting snows will coverall;
Hut sho will quietly, peacefully rest
Forever happy by Angel blesed.
shall, W. Morton Hmltb, F. C. Zebruiig,
Ernest and 0-ar Funke, F. C. Howe, Beech
er, Frank Hathaway, Fred llontx. C. D,
NOTHH ANt I'KHHONAMt.
C. E. Duvcrniiix wns In tlm city this week.
F. It. Trendwny started for Ogdan, Utn'ii,
Goorgu H. lllgelow Is nursing nn attack of
Mr. H. II. McMaster started for Chicago
Mri. J. II. Fisher started Wednesday for
Mr. IteV. J. W. Martin loft Monday for
Mr. and Mr. J. Myron left for Djnver
Mr. Thomas Cochran started for Uush
nell, III., Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. Jame II. V Innedgo started
Wednesday for Chicago.
Mr. and Mr. N. P. Curtlco were passen
gers for Chicago Monday.
Mr. and Mr. W. C. Andrew started Mon
day for Terro Hnute, Ind.
Mis Cantor of Columbus, Nob., I in the
city on huslnoM nnd pleasure,
Mrs. It. C. Hubbcll and family started
Monday for Colorado Springs.
Stuart Sheer of Omnha, spent Sunday
with his Mtrcnts at the Lincoln.
A. B. Todd and W. D. Jonea of Plntts
inoiith were in tbo city tbl weok.
Simon I). Mayer returned Wednesday
from it business visit nt Plnttsuiouth.
Mr. G. W. Grlco departed over tbo Hock
Island Wodnosdny for Morencl, Mich.
Additional society on fifth pago.
your attention to our large assortment of
We keep all. the popular makes, viz:
"Thompson's Glove Fitting."
" Ball's Kabo."
" Royal Worcester."
" P. D."
In fact all the best makes. We will be
pleased to have you call and examine our line
"ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST !M
Just In tho pilmo of sweet wifehood,
Alovlng mother tender uud good;
She was to good too remain on earth
None but tho Angels know her worth,
Ho thoy called hor homo to dwell with thorn
Crowning her brow with pearl nud gem.
Hut should we grieve when such a llfo
Gives up tho buttle of earthly strife?
Hotter rejoice that her task nro done,
The crosii laid down and victory won.
Tears aro vnln when n soul so bright
Wings Its way to tho gate or light.
Dear Agnes ha left her parent, kind
Husband and children all behind,
And many friends kind and sincere
Aro left to grieve In suaness noro;
Hho ha only mmowliero thoy may como
To dwell Willi hcrln that heavenly home.
Yes, our friend ha gone but her sweet good
Like n frugmnt odor Is t 1th us still
Tho tender thoughts her momory bring,
Tho innntlo or patience o'er tin AUm,
Whllo we strive to follow the piVth she tr'M
That will lead us hence to homo anil CKnl.
A MAGNIFICENT ART PRODUCTION.
Much ban boon done in the past decado or
two to advanco tho causa nnd elevnto tho
tone of art In America nnd no ono who ha
shown tho least Interest need bo told how much
ha tccii accomplished. Tho latost achloviuen '
of Messrs D. Applc'ton & Co., the woll known
Now York nnd Iondou publishers, is such a
giant strido In tho direction of progress that
It deserve more than passing attention at
our Imniln, as well as from overy art student
and ndmlrer In tho country. This firm has
just issued two magulflcient publications,
tho first of which, "lleceut Ideal of Ameri
can Art," lias enjoyed n doservodly wido
(topulnrlty and sitlo. Tho second and most
tu.iif. la nlllltliul 'Wnmnli lit T,'r.nnli Art."
It would bo difficult to linaglno and still inoro
dilllcult to describe tho inherent beauty con
tained In these works, for no matter how
faithfully tho eii protrny, how accurately it
Mrtorins its task of word painting, it cannot
reproduce tho delicate coloring or artistic
outline nnd oxocutlon of the artist's brush.
It is n well nigh impossible undertaking,
"Woman In French Art" is a reproduction
of two hundred nud tweuty-ilvo Paris cop-per-plaU-s,
comprising tho llnest, world re
nowned oil paintings and water colors of the
most celebrated French nrtists, Including
Millet, Meissoiiler, Dagunii Uouverct, Hon
guerenu, Corot, Jullen Dupre, Geromo
and others. The reproductions aro from the
celebrated establishment of Goupll Si Co,,
Paris, of world-wide reputation, who have
co-operated with tho Messrs Appleton & Co.,
in thi work, and every picture appears by
special arrangement with and permission of
the artist who painted it. The work is a
truly magnificent ono, baffling unything
like an adequate description. Tbo mellow
tints and shading, tho perfect contour of
form and feature, the sweetness and tender
ness of tone, the rich apiearance and abso
lutely superb perfection of tho painUngs are
a human marvel. The greatest Improve
ment In the art of reproduction are hero
apparent. Two years ago such triumph of
artistio skill would have been utterly Impos
sible. To-day score of prominont artists,
collector, and connoisseurs attest their ap-.
preclation of it beauty, fidelity and splendor.
The work is published In twenty-five parts,
each containing throe largo photogratnres,
size about lOxl'J Inches, suitable for framing,
and six tyiMgravure. The price is one dol
lar for each rt, payable monthly u;on
delivery. Incidentally, It may be remarked
thnt the text, which Is written by George
William Sheldon, tho well known American
art critic, is not the least interesting portion
of the work which is, altogether, the llnest
ever Introduced into Lincoln.
1 109 O Street.
Ladies! see our magnificent
collection of new
Silks and Dress Goods,
Tear Drop Cloths,.
Fancy Cloths of Every Description.
WHITE GOODS, WASH GOODS,
at all prices and in every conceivable design.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.,
Tho Beta Literary club expressed thew
sentiment touching Mrs. Ma it land's death:
Our clrclol broken ami our beloved friend
and sister Agues Maltluud has joined the
eternal circle leforo the "Ureat uiie
Throne" where the Mysteries of life nro all
revealed and hidden thing made plain.
Our hearU ore heavy nnd our eyes filled
with tears at the loss of the earthly touch
and presence of our friend, but tho memory
of her sweet and gentle llfo must over re
main llko incense which shall (sirvado our en
It is such lives as heis that interpret the
words of God to tho world for His light
khinetj through them.
Willie wo mourn tho los of the cheering
presence nnd hearty sympathetic loving co
operation of Agnes Mnltlaud we bow sub
missive to God's will and thank Him that it
was ours to know and labor with her, feellug
that the Influence of her tender, truo charac
ter murt still llvo i)iul wo are tbo better,
truer women for having to known her.
In Ihlstllm workl of clouding cares
We rarely know, till bewildered eyes
Beo whlto wings lessening up tbo sklos
Tho Angels with us, unawares."
, Mutt. Hkniiy Hautley 1
Mkh. B. U. Polk Com.
Mioj. W,. E. Kiukek. )
IN HONOIl OV MKH. CHAMUEUH.
An exceedinirlv pleasant card party was
given by the Mlsse Cowdrey at their home,
Eleventh and 11 streets. Thursday eveuing,
in honor of their friend Mrs. Chambers of
North Platte, Neb. Progressive high five
wo the program and It was entered Into
with all the zeal Imaginable. The ladlen
royal prlxo was won by Miss Gertrude Laws
and the gentlemen's by Ernest Funke. De
licious refreshment were served during the
eveuing. Mis. Chatnbci rendered tome
choice vocal selections in a superior manner,
and these were sreatlr enjoyed. Those pros-
entwero: Mrs. Chambers: Muies Martha
and Anna Funke, Gertrude and Tbeo Laws,
Haude Burr, Olive Latta. Lela Shear, Clara
WaWb.tfettle.Westout Messrs Lewis Mar-
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any caso of Catarrh .that can not be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Props., Toledo, O.
We tho undersigned, bavo known F. J.
Cheney for tbo last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transac
tions and financially ablo to carry out any
obligations made by their firm. West and
Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, U.,
Waldlng, Klniian & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taken Internally .act
ing directly upon the blood nnd raucuous
bur faces of tho system. Price, 75c. er bot
tle. Bold by all druggists. Testimonials
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