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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATUHDAV, irfARCH 26, 1892.
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We curry nil the Finest Gnuteiof shoes
nallslmnl widths from a n to c c.
Exposition Shoe Go.
J. H.MITCHELL, Mgr.
Hvsr guy a arpt
UNTIL YOU HAVESEEN THE
Exposition Garpet House
ALL THE NEWEST EFFECTS IN
COLORINGS AND DESIGNS.
How all the newest thing In houie
Vases, and have an attractive line of
Always tee the Exposition Carpet Store
OJteert tmd Directors,"
WmkLPiM. T. R. Sanders, V.-P-'
9 IMaMa. HP Lau. Thos Cochran,' K
HSmt, TWLewsry, W I.Day to.
Pasters! Banking Business Transacted.
Collscttoac a Specialty.
(Nters Mm Beet Facilities for traasactlag
J, . M AOPABt ND. President
A B. UFPBNCOTT, at. Cashier
J rritaasraM. William M
aefcriSsTT. M. Marquet
A. lanaa, A. M. Ray
M. Clark. J.D.
John L. Carson,
-' ana a complete Haw of the anest sad most
wkotesom goal la
(Mas, JT. 0. Boll l Berth Itth street U
i a .new jaswj iiumwwwm whwhw
OMSSstslsssaftrad. It Is Ike favorite
tor Ike elite t Llaaoln .
Atldre! H communications direct to tits office
WtcaeiRL Printing Co.,
Courier Building, ll. N.Htrcet.
L. WltaaEL, Jr., Editor and Sola 1'roprlotor.
KtitoredntthoPostonlco of Lincoln, Nub.,
a second olsss innttor.
POPULA ION OP LINCOLN, 69,000.
Thetfnrfn Amtrtcnn llerttw for April
brings forward many subject of public con.
cent, handled exhaustively by the formost
men of the time. In the opening article,
"Patriotism and Politics," Cardinal Ulbbom
spoake with wisdom and warm fooling of
the duties of tlio citizen In rotation to Ids
country. It Is an article well designed to
exalt lovo of country and to chaston party
strife. Thomas Nelson Page, in "A South
erner on tho Negro Question," discloses with
every mark of absolute accuracy and sincer
ity, the present statute of tho neuro In the
south. The Hon. Hilary Herbert, who lias
given much attention in congress to our
trade relations with other countries, In his
aitlole on "Reciprocity and the Farmor,"
makes a very clear expoiltlon of what ho
charges the fallacies of reciprocity as forma
latcd by Mr. lilalno. Madamo Adam, who
may be described as the most conspicuous
and brilliant woman in France, write pleas
antly of "Frenoh Girls," affording us a new
glimpse of their life and training. "The
Modern Cart of Thespls" is a spirited account
by W. H, Crane, the distinguished actor, of
the conditions leading up to the neoesdty of
the traveling-star system, and throws light
on th evolution of dramatic affairs.
With the April number, the UoimopoUtan
completes its twelfth volume in a manner
worthy the wide and growing popularity of
this magaxlne, The leading article U on
"Genoa the horns of Columbus" written by
Murat Halstead who recently visited the
city, and Illustrated from photographs of all
the principle relic of the great navigator
which remain in Genoa. "The Marriage of
American Women to German Noblemen" Is
discussed by Elisabeth Von Wedel, an Amer
ican who is now the wife ot a titled subject
of the Kaiser. Other paper are "The Thea
tre of to day" by Cora Maynard; "Two Eng
lish Men of Lotters" by Orandor Matthews;
"All Borts and Conditions of Men" by Ed
ward Everett Hale; "A Living Opal" by
Ernest Ingsrsoll, and "Oount Leon Tolstoi,"
a description of tho family life of the great
Russian novelist and reformer by a friend of
his family. Beside all these attractions, the
April Cot mojwMnu is rich with fiction aud
A notable literary article will appear In
the April Forum by Mr. Phillip G. Burner
ton, who discusses the important subject of
the Learning of Languages, Mr. Hamtrton
Is obs of the fsw men who are absolutely as
much at home In French as In English, and
his experience and observation make his
article full of suggestiveness. The historian,
Prof. Edward A. Freeman, writes an auto
biographical essay showing the growth of his
opinions and meteods of work. Mr. R. L.
Garner, the student of the speech of monkeys
contributes the most Interesting paper that
he has yet published on the results of his In
vestigation. Other article in this number
will be on the German Emperor's policy of
removing restrictions upon trade, by Mr.
Poultnsy Blgelow, his personal friend; on
German Colonisation and Emigration by
Dr. GeScken; an explanation of the method
of burial by the great funeral monopoly in
Paris by Mr. Edmund R. 8poarman, who
has made a special study of it for the forum.
The complete novel In LippincotVa Maga'
sow for April, " But Men Must Work," is
by the well-known and popular author, Rosa
Nonchstte Carey. In it the narrator, as vis
iting governess and presiding genlu, digs
her way Into the family secret, and at last
banUlw the family skeleton. Iu the 1(
IrticSerits, Julian Hawthorne sounds the
praises oj walking, which he considers the
OBly proper mod ot locomotion, and C.
Davis English expound the mysteries of
Fonr-ln-Haad Driving, In the JouroaHs tfo
Serin, Melville Philips tells that the literary
editor Is much las frequent than we com
monly suppose, and gives ome old samples
ot his experiences. Then an short stories
by Julien Gordon and George Edgar Mont
fosasry. Tbs poetry of the number is by
Robert Loveraan, Hibylla Vernbu, Florence
Barle Coats, Isabel Gordon, and Charles
The April number ot the North American
Rtvitw will contain article on Patriotism
and Politics by Cardinal Gibbous; on the
Olympian Rsllgtou by Mr. Gladstone; on ths
Negro Question by Thomas Nelsou Page; on
Mich Igan's Presidential Electors by tbe gov
ernor ot Michigan; or The Free Zone in Mex
ico by the Mexican minister; on th Modern
Cart ot Tbsspls by the comedian, W. H.
Crane; oa Money and Usury by Henry
Clews; on Typhus Fever by Dr. Cyrus Ed
son; on Reciprocity and th Farmer by Hon.
Hilary Herbert, cLatrman ot th Committee
on Naval Affairs; on French Girls by Mine.
Adam ; and oa Immigration by the Hon.
John B. Weber, United Bute Inspector ot
Immigration, and Charles Stewart Bmitb,
president of the New York Chamber of Com
merce. Mrs. Gladstone, the wife of th famous Brit
Ishstetesman, lit the first ot her articles,
"Hints From a Mother's Life," give much
valuable advtoe in the April Lad(ty Home
Journal, which comes promptly to its hun
dreds of thousands ot reader In a dainty
Easier cover ot pink. The magaxlne opens
with a full page illustration by W. Hamilton
Gibson ot an xquMt poem hr Eugene
Field, entitled "The Singing in God's-Acre."
Th Journal's sixteen editors fill their de
partawnt with all that is Instructive and
entertaining, and the entire msgaslne Is a
thing of beauty and excellence. T hie Easter
number, with new features, admirable illus
trations, and attractive supplement, is worth
many tints it moderate price of tea cent.
Mousy aad Usury are to be discussed in
the April number of the North American
Review by th well-known banker, Henry
Governor J. N.Irwin has writtea for th
April Forum, a rsvlsw ot th cause of th
political change froos Republican to Demo
crat to aeoeaoancy in lowa.
Mrs. Oaspsrs millinery store 1 1 now hd
quarters for all ta latest la spring a4war
far the fair ess. No lady should buy a spring
aatuatUsaeaas atea Mrs, Oespsrs attrac-
CREEDE MINING CAMP.
ASirnnrt I.edllU Fourth Plan Already
(Ulnnt by the Young Cllant.
Tho whirligig of fortune has stopped at
Croodo, nothing yesterday, It I a town to
day and will be a city tomorrow. Many a
man will date his rise in this world from tho
hour ho stepped Into Willow Gulch, Tho
camp has practically existed only since last
May. Tho I). & H. G. Ily, did not get In
until Octolwr, and regular passenger trains
did not run until December. yrt no other
Dtnhii cttmp rver proitured to much ore
ilurlnvtha mime itrrtoil of tt early t'xU
Uiwee. LeAdvlllo Itself foil far behind. The
extraordinary output lias come from exactly
llvo mliios, nnd one of them has shipped only
n nominal quantity. Early Investments
proinlsn prompt and quick returns. Pam
phlet containing n full aud complete des
cription ot this wonderful mining camp, to
gether with other valuable Information,
loutes, rates nnd tickets nmv bo obuluod at
II & M depot or city olllcu cor. lHh nnd O
A. C. ZtKMEtt,
City pass, and ticket ngt.
For Tablo Llnons chenier than ever before
see the lino of Hcrpolsheimer tc Co.
Hcotho s)ccial cut pi Ices on Uaby Car
i lagos inado by Hudgo & Morris Co.
merit Wins, It Always Wins.
When tho Interior Decoratlvo company
announced to tho public, about a year ago
that they would open a resort where
tho finest goods obtainable in house docora
tjons would bo kept on hand to supply a
growing demand for those goods, tew people
gave President Zlomer credit for carry
lug out such Intentions, The competitors
joined with the croakers in saying) "it won't
pay alnt no people hero to buy such fine
goods, eto." But the opening of the place
nnd the class of hanging and other decora
tions shown from time to time since then,
has been the causs for disappointment to the
aforesaid croakers and genuine delight to
the class of people that appreciate high class
goods Mid superior work. Tho company'
present location, 1338 O street, presents to
the visitor, one of the most elaborate aud
finest wall paper emporiums to be found any
where. Its the class ot goods carried in
stock, the manner in which they are shown
and lastly, but by no means least, the way
they are "stuck" on the wall. "Merit wins,
It always wins," la an old adage, but Its
meaning was never more exemplified than iu
the tnstanco of the Interior Decorative Co.
Mrs. J. M. Buford is visiting with her
unt, Mrs. Upton, after an absence of two
Crancer & Co. for picture cards.
Only Ten 10) Cents a Pack.
The celebrated "Burlington Route" apply
ing cards are now sold at ten cents per pack,
(V) cents is tbe usual price for such cards).
Whist, high-five and euchre parties will aeon
lie in order, and wj would suggest that you
Iny in a stock ot these cards for future re
quirements. A. C. Ziemer,
City Passenger Agent.
Martha A. Rice, tho venerable mother of
Major Charles E. and E. E. Rice, died last
week and was burled from the old Church in
Biigbton, near Boston, where the Rice's
have lived for one hundred and fifty years.
Iu tbe same old Church she was herselr mar
ried and saw both Charles and Edward mar
ried and her grandchildren christened.
Mrs. Rice was known far and wide as an ex
ceedingly brilliant old lady and was loved by
all who knew her. Bhe was 77 years old.
Odell Is doing a fine business in his new
stand (Masonic Temple corner) near tbe
location of his former successes. The place
is as neat as a pin, the service par excellence
and the fare identically tho same as in past
years, notwithstanding the fact that his
price now is but 30 cents. No tickets, no
trust, and no but, but a fine meal for cash
and cash only.
Crancer & Co. tor art goods.
at the Whltebreasti
Now centrally located at
Browns popular Cafe.
1333 O street-
Front pieces aud bolts in jet and jewel in
large variety at tbe Baxar.
Archer, dejtbt. Fine gold aud bridge
work a specialty. Braoe block.
Bee our fine silk chiffon handkerchiefs at
3So and 45o at Herpolshelmer & Co.
New Millinery and bonnette exquisite line
of novelties at Herpolshelmer & Co.
The elite resort for ladle and gentlemen
is Browns cafe removed to 1833 O street.
Nothlug Ilk New England graham for
bread or graham gems. Dealers sell it.
"Bbcgo" has been at the head of all west
1 a flour for eight years. It must be good.
fancy patent flour,
cooks prefer "Sbogo
Lincoln grocers sell lots
We carry a complete line ot flower aud
garden seeds, Oriawolds Seed store ISO 80.
Bread I the staff of life and It you
the very best you should go to the
York Bakery. t
For scavengor work, day and night, drop
j. v. neia a postal ana ne win promptly
call and see what you want.
Big lot of dress ginghams o 1-3 cent a
yard. New print at 3 cent a pard and up
ward at HerpoUhelmer & Co. ,
New cloaks, Wraps, elegant line of dress
trimmings In everything new and iu all
colors at Herpolshelmer & Co.
New England Crystal meal, the latest and
fluMt production for mush or baking pur-
purposes. As (or It at grocers.
We will take your subscription for any
pubUoatiou at publishers beat prices, at tbe
Courier New Depot, 1134 N street
The reader of the Courier, will find the
finest line ot baked good in th city at th
New York Bakery, 130 south Twelfth street.
Miss Anna Dick, Modiste. Corner Elev
onth aadP street over Lincoln Saving
Bank Je Safety Deposit Co.,' entrance on F
The uw Lincoln frame aud art company
auk a specialty ot frame for fla crayoa
work, with Elite Studio south BWveuth
We are in a Position to do it.
We have Purchased the Scmmons Stock at
And are giving the public
of a lifetime to buy good
ALMOST HALF ITS VALUE.
REMEMBER THIS SALE IS FOR
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Buyers will do well to call early while the assortment is unbroken.
BETTMAN & CO.
SEMMONS CLOTHING CO.
Latest studies and a full line of artists
materials at popular prices at the new Lin
coln frame and art company, with Elite
studio, 330 south Eleventh street.
Coal of every site from the best mines
in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Geo. A.Ray
mer. Telephone 300. Office 1134 O street.
Wedding invitations, either printed or en
graved in the finest style ot tbe art at The
Courier office. Correct forms and best
quality ot stock guaranteed. Samples cheer
Mrs. Gosper succeeds Miss Johnston in the
hair dressing, manicuring and hair goods
business, and will continue tbe samejis here
tofore at the old stand 1114 O. street, turn
ishing first clas goods and first das work.
In tbe district court of Lancaster countr.
In the matter of estate of OUvo Wilson, an
Notice Is hereby given that on tho 25th of
March, ISO. Hon. O. L. Halt, one of the
Judges of tbe district court in and for Lan
caster county, made an order in the nbovo
matter, that all persons Interested therein,
should be and appear before him at the court
house in said county on the 18th day of April,
1802, at Va. in. to show cause why authority
should not be granted to William Wilson,
guardian of said Olive Wilson, an Insane per
soo.toexeeute to John H. MoClay and Edward
4.Slxer,adeed to the following described prem
Ises situate In the County of iJincaster, Htate
of Nebraska, to-wit: The north half or tbe
northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of
the northwest quarter of section 82. town 10,
north, range 7, east 6 P.M. Also the norih
west quarter of the northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of tho northwest quarter of
said section 83, township and range aforesaid,
containing In all seven and one-half aores
more or less. All persons Interested in said
matter are hereby notified to appear before
said Judge on said dale to show cause why
such authority should not be granted accord-
horlty should not be granted acror
Ing to the prayer of the petition (lied In said
mat ter on 1 he 2Bd day of February, 18W.
Dated March aatti, im.
Guardian of Olive Wilson, an Inssne person
8-a-8t ATKtitaow A Doty, Attorneys.
If job Deposit jour Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
8 Safe Deposit Co.
B.K. cor. llth and rets.
TlBT WILL EARH INTEREST FOR TOD
At the Rate of
S-Five per Ct. per Annum-5
Save 1500 a week and It amounts with
ntsrest in Ave years to il.MO.OO.
Bank opens at 9iS0 a. m. to 8:30 p.m. and
Saturday evenings, 5 to 8 p. m.
at ta to Rest ia Burglar and
American i Exchange
National i Bank.
). H, Sumbsm,
D. G. Wins,
comparison to what others ask
the benefit of our great bargain. Here is the chance
and seasonable clothing at
j,,.. Our aim.is.to. meet
ULL SET OF TEETH $5.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
All Fillings at
Dr. H. K. KBRMAN,
Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Blk.
We keep In sight of all the people,
Telllnii to each world and 1
inn to euen worm aim sutr. wnui
8. n. Nlsbet nta the feet fro
, Nlsbet fits the feet from a stock that Is complete,
Telling otber worlds the news, whore to purohaso ladles' shoes.
For the opera the ball room or street
1015 O St
THE GOTHAM, 1136 O ST.
young lady attending school to
pair of our school shoes. The y
at Low Prices
NO ETHER! NO GAS!
swinging high o'er hill and stsepie,
our snienaia oamains are.
wear, we show attractive 1 I ml nl v
1015 OS t
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a Trial Order.
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