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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1S92.
In Idesimilds weie dressed In pink wlili pink nst In our lady fi lends to become leRiiIrr
tulle' xelk At limna wfMliiK" tint IivIiik , KSil''HlMTit, IIihi tinkliiK mro of rwitlvltin
.A full lino f
PIN 1: Tli AS
has never In on
in quiili.y before
A full shipment of finest
fruit Saturday morning.
It tlont pay to wait till
evening even if you do
get them cheaper. Make
your selections early and
NElinASKA'fl BUTE FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
- L'.- WESSEL, 'Jr., Editor
wi:smi:i.ti'.vi:nh imuntino co.,
Ilrtl N Min'Kl.
Tclcphoncsi-Oillrr, Ml. Ural lence, SIM.
Nllll.CI lll loll Itltl'S. Ill AllVilllCP.
IVr milium, .fi.m) I 'I'lirgn tnniillitt ... ftv.
Hlx 1 ilh... 1 l I Hlniilo copies fie;
Untried nt tin' i Miillliv) nf Lincoln, Noli.,
iisrccnml class matter.
POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 63,000.
iv n mem- ' . . ' ...1 !.....,
mat I Riven ns 11 pii'iiiiiini 1c1cn1.11 siiiuci iner
of slUeroruold ami Is pnxentiid by n incln
li-r of the. family. It l pissed iiriiunil mid
tlu Kiuxt ilrlnk to lliit lit. iltli nf 1 lu, lulili)
Immediately after the eetwii my.
Tlii'io l liotliltiK llko pinMr enthusiasm
nml Tiik Col'IUKhN iinulit lint entliiilutlo
when occasion UMiinti.li. On the oocask n
of tlo silver niinhersary tlm Couhikii build
lux "as hands nnely ilooratod nml iniilu n
most beautiful nIkIiI for HMM'tnttir A tiiro
llan suspended across tlm street, under which
tlit uront lament uM-d, liml n hlgn attached
ptiL'tiiliuliiK tli" "O'ds; "Whl'o wultlnjr for
tlio Ooldeit Anniversary lead the Capital
143 S. IllliStrae'.
Jk'scts ,o.irs cpotlence 111 tttc tunt fault
.oii.itilolKs itltiie for liullc-. Satisfaction
1 1 2 1 N tiocl, over Dm set 'h store
Mo.. Hell .innour.ces the nrrlval of
Ami a Hue line of coatnctlcn
;beii royale, s.cret of beauty,
and Tonjours June for the complexion
l.mllca should call aid have tliclr
Scalp Treated and
Face and form beautified.
Mik. J. C. Hell, 114 North 14th St.
Ojfcrrs ami Dirtctortt
XitJm n. Wright. Prca. T. K. "anders, V.-l
J. II. MrClay, Cashier.
trKJaliNMin, II I I jii. TIum roclirnn. E
K'.tstser, TWLowery, Wi.Unytnn
General Hanking lluatncss Transacted
Collections a Specialty.
American t Exchange
ThoklllliiKof IM MmitK'iimry Tlmrxliy
inuinlnn lias ciuiM'il much comment nml n
Klcnt cunllmi, Tlm trnKiily Inn been ills
imikmsI ntloiiKtli 011 neaily every thorou,ifaro
nml In ovury public place In um I nlioiit tlio
city. It was n hoi rlhlo affair mid 11 s h'u rl
liln us It was hold, ilarliiK mul prcimilltntcil.
Tliu fncln liollol ilmvn sconi to Inillrutu that
llit'iu lins In-ill nnolliur violntloii of Kelcty's
most stirinl law o.iustsl liynn ovcrlnilulKeiicu
on 1 hi! put of womtin to the liuicful iIcmIics
of man Comincnc n'cms to In) ilivlilcil iih 1 1
which inn., mini or woman, In to lilmnu for
IliU I101 1 iIiIk crlinc, nml In IihiUIiix tlio unit
ti'f m (iiui.'ly In tlm fuue, luiputliilly to no
one, ami li rcsK'otlvi us to whom tlio p I'tlcs
niny he, tlm fiivts ciitimit lint Iw siinimotl tip,
after 11 cli'iir, conrlso ami fully in itutvil ivtt
N011I111,', that tlm woman is rrrtulnly at fuu't.
U't ns reason t(nctlior. No man, matters not
how ilepinviil, will Insist In piy lug his at
tentions to a woman If h lepulstis li lilt nt
the stmt. On tho continry, If oho i i mlts
tlio Hint (noinlcppliiK of propriety, therein,
nml thoro only lies tho founilatlou mul tlio
ontlro story. It is tlio plnro of it wont in, mul
pai ti ularly a wife, to fcoin with contempt
tiny nttunpt toilMionor her. To il( other
wis 1 Ik not only littiu)iiiK tlio tnut tepiwil
In her hut '1110111100 I101110, IiiisIiaihI, fmnlly
nml frlciuls. Woiiian should know letter.
I.esfO'i", too nuinerout 111.il ileiir ones, too
tiro daily liein hrounlit to llht, hut nppir
1'iilly to nofiiiltftil icmiIU. It Is won no's
duty to nip In the hud all notions 011 tlio
putt of friends that tend to tread 011 tho a
cred grounds of tho tniri'lao vow. If tlm
attentions that aio hln shiuvn liy wouldho
fi lends are .if 11 uatuii, that lirood no i;noil,
then, undilKht thoio, is tho tliuo to ilia v tlio
lino mul ncipiniut tho outt 110)1 hu.liand with
tlio titiouti'tuof nlTuiix. Had milIi lvn tho
couro pnisutil Mould K I. MoulKoiuery be in
Now as to tho victim In this ena. Tuk
Couiiuu wnnU to tiu distinctly understood
a not shielding thoilml manV nctious, titlt
limply taken a view of tlio matter an It net
It, ami while, It Is trott that -Mr. Montgomery
wan not a man free from vie ami sin,-yet
the Miiilo of n pretty woman with romiettis,
innnuerH lia driven moro than one man to
dost ruction. Tho dead nun was no saint,
neither was Im moro of a sinner than thou
sands of other. Ho was thrown In contact
with nil clnsstMi, and moro often In the circle
of the more rellurd. If Uiiiptntloiw wore of
fered him and they amid not have been
had woman withheld them ho wan no moie
at fault than others. Tho dead man tells no
tales, neither cm he apeak In his own liehalf
or defence. Therefore lot us not Judge him
hastily and to severely. Kd. Montgomery
vu8 In tlio prlmu of life, full of vigor, health
and pixsperlty. He whs u neat dresser, nf
excellent nmnlynpjK'ai mice, pleanaut, cour
teous and polite at all times and as Mich
Hindu fi lends t reely. He Is dead now let the
community at Inrge, an I ami tho mi in (vtr
tlcular that me falling in tin aaiuo sten
look nt tho matter serloudy and take it in
1 me 111 a ltMu of life
D. O. Wln,
Sevllinfr'ii Mitnitttn? for Juno rontlnues
llieseiles on "Tint I'iKir In (Irani Cities''
(which Is nttrrctliig tlio widest attention),
with nn nrtlcleon 'Life In Niiw York Tene
ment Itousjs, us M.M'iiby n Cltv Mls.lo'itry,"
l.y tliu Itev. Willliini T. KMng. Tho llltn'rii
tlons have hern illawtl by tho skillful irtlst,
Chilli's llrotightoii, who repicsoiits what ho
has actually veil, Closely connected with
this series Is a wondei fully sympathetic ac
count of "Tlm Diury l.-iuo Hoys' Club," (.on
dou, by Mrs, Fiances Hodgson lltlrnett, who
has not contributed to any in I'arlao forsiv
oral vears. Tho remarkable thing about this
club Is that it originate! In tin mind of 11
poor boy. lly tho aid of u young intu and
woman this club had grown to bo morn ro
pel tun, though when it cum t) Mi-n. Ilur
uett's at tent ion It wis still in very modest
tiunitors. 1'iiif. N. H. H'i'ilor coutribjtes an
Illustrate 1 aitlclo on ".Sei-lljathot," In
which every one who vldU?thoHon-horo will
Had many things to amino a no.v Interest In
his summ.'r ott;lng.
The S'arlh American lltrirwtar Juno cov
ers n wide Hold of tlio tlioilg'tt and tlio activ
ities of tho day. " rim Harrison Adminis
tration" is dlsL'Usso I, on the ono hind, In
det ill and in expressions of warm commen
dation, ly Hjuntor Dawes, of Miss minuet tt,
an I Senator I) lph, of Oregon, ami, 011 the
other hand, with htro'igco nmon Utlon from
the Ktnmlpilntnf party p'liiclples mid m1
Icy, by Senator Coliptltt, of Ojirl 1. "The
Now Yoik Clenrlng Hoiis,"by Its in in nger,
Mr. Win, A. Camp, x plains the oiigln, the
methods mid tliepiwerof tint gre.it flnan
I'lnl institution. Ouldn write o 1 "Tin Pen
alties of 11 Well Known Num." Hlward
llellainy, whos. enormously clrculntid book,
"Looking Ilaekvvnril"sugstol now soolul
foi tin, ileM.'i-lliM tin "I'im.Ji-mi of National
ism in the United States."
Tho Juno AtlttHtlr opens with n notnwor
thynitlcleon "Tho Kducatlonof tlio Negio,"
by Dr. William T. Harris, C nnmlitlonor of
Kduoat on, which Is enriched hy comments
by eminent southern geiitleniou. Agripplun,
n toituuntoami nristocratlo cat, is tlio ruti
JeCt of n charming mid voi.v bright essay by
Agnes llcppller. Ernest rranclsco Fenol
lora, 'from long peiYoual ncipiaintnuce, writes
romparitu "Clilneso and Japanese Traits ''
In "The Dlscovery.of a now Stellar System "
Arthur So irle describe!! the results of obsor
vntlotif on tho star Algol and its variations
of light. Theie are ioems hy Mrs. Julia C.
It. Dorr nnd Mm. Motilton. An essay on
Wnlt Whitman speaks of -him very Jrfstly
and dlscriiiiluateingly both as n mnnajfidn
poet. Reviews and short descriptions of
new books and the Contributors' Club con
clude a tery good number of The Atlttntlc.
The t'(Hmo;)ofi7(iii magazine Is loading a
movement for thesilullon of tin problou of
aerial navigation, and Hiram 8. Maxim, tho
great Inventor nod foremost authot ity on
the subject, gives tho result of some recent
experiments under tho title, "The Aero
plane." The magazine opens with a charm
ing Philadelphia story by Janvier, with nr
tistio Illustrations from Wilson do Meza.
Miss Hewitt, daughter of ex-Mayor Hewitt,
gives some very found advice regarding
fashions and counterfeits In bric-a-brac. The
fiction includes a mystic il and peculiar stoiy
by Howard I'ylo, accompanied by two Hue
pictures of his. Another sonnet of James
tttisrell Lowell's is published In this numlor,
mid many people will read with interest also
tho Kem, "Mystery," by Amelia Hives.
paying f!IM) in advance for either "Li Modi)
ile l'ail" or "Album ties Modes" for ono
tear. You may placM th order thioiuh
t,niir news ngeut, or hjihI direct to tin ub-Isheis.
"Ilondlioldeis nml llrvldwln lai'i." is the
tl le of n now work just out by U. S. Ivlng,
nnd depicts n stiiitllng pluiino of K)lltlcnl
cihncs commlttisl In tin name of lllfrty mid
will milk! a great I'liiupnlgn diH'iiiuent.
Facts mul Mgtl e4 given theielu fhow, ac
coiiltng to tho eleventh census, thnt Mnssi..
cliuetls lias Ikmmi ena'ilcil to n-'cmiiilatu
more wealth than nine givat westoiji
nnd sonthein state.; I'euilsylvniiii mo.othu
twelve, New Yoik mini! than llfteou, etc. It
shows that agiiciiltiirnl mid labor Intiiwts
havn Ih'uii robbed mid with inapt andjithvr
llhistintious depicts Homo startling niiil 'In
litii'stliig Ideis. The book has biuu out but
two weeks nml already has croilud no little
ilemand. In pipr c iv.irs 'i'l touts. Aleua
I'ublMiing C mi uiny, Hostun.
Tliu Ladles Home Miignflne, coliductwl by
Mrs, Joim A. Loaii at Wushlugton, will bo
suiitircoiio year.to nil uuiv subs 'libers to
theCouiiiKH mat piy n jeir (A.i)))u ad
vance. Old sub'ivlbors mty ulso take 111I
viutngo of this olTer by pivi.ig upjarrears.
Helena mul Itiituiii One I'.tre fur llnunil
For tho nc oniuioilatio 1 of those des'rlug
o visit nt points In tho vicinity of or ut
Helena In Juno during the hchsIoii of the con
vention of the supremo lodg of the Ancient
Order of Unite I Woi'kiuin, tin Union l'n
cilia will sell tickets to Helena nnd return nt
one fare for Hie lotind trip. Tickets on sale
Juno T to 14 (ucludve, limited to thirty di.ys
from date of sain. For any iiililitioinl In
formal np.ily to J. T. Mistlii, C. T. A., JIM!
O street, or K. II. Sloson, (len. Agent U. I'.
Oi'itlomiu w.uitlu; lino furnishing should
call ut tin ui.v Y M C A. Ifanenl islnry.
Cheap inoaey for home builders can ho ob
tallied by.lnvt'-itlng Jin sjine smiles of the
Lincoln Loan and HiilMIng association
which entitle tho holder to borrjw ono bun
died dollars on each haro hel I, gives him n
pro in tn shmo of nil the earnings of the cor
lioratiou and enables him to pay off the loan
In easy monthly Installments, but little. In
excess of rout. This Is a purely mutiiil and
homo lns:ltiitiou. Oillco In lear room, First
Dr. KarnliHiii Cures
blood, chronic, female, heal t, Hvur, iung,
nervous, rectal mid skin dlseass. Hoon.s
Nos. 14 nnd 15, HHiar.ls block.
I?avo onlers nt tho Houtou bikeiy, cor.
Twelfth nnd 1' streets, for lei cream, fancy
cakes, etc , eit cv for fmnlly orders or par
ties. Superior goo Is, pro.npt delivery nnd
em:nbL p'imi. T)lj,ii)ii 4T,
Kje nml Kur Sui'kciiii.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, tK-ulist and nurist, l'-'0'l
O street, telephone '.)'', Lincoln, Nebr.
Onlj 40 to Hflenii nnd llutiirii.
The Union I'aclda will sell tickets from
Lincoln to Helena nnd return nt one fare for
tho round trip. Tickets on sale Juno 7th to
14th, Inclusive, limited to t.ilrtj dnys from
date of sale. For niy ndditioiial liiformi
tlon apply to J. T. Mnstlu, C. T. A., 1014 O
street, or K. II. SIom m, Oiu. A?ont U. P.
NhIIiiiihI ItepilblU-un Ciiliventliili Mlline
iipiitls, ,11 1 11 n. June 7.
For Ihoaccoinoilatlou of thoso desiring to
visit Mluneaoplisou tho above occissloti the
Union 1'acilL' will sell ticket to Miuneaoplis
and return at ono fare for the round trip.
For dates of stle nnd limits of tlckjts or any
additional liifornntlou apply to
J. T. Mahtin, ;C. T. A..
10 H O St.
E. It. Slohson, Gen. Agent,
Union I'acillc System. Lincoln', Kenn.
If you Deposit jour Savings
.Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
'Kf WILL BAM INTEREST FOR YOU
At the Uato of
S-Five per Ct. per Annum-5
1500 a week and It amounts with
atonal In live yearn to 11,500.00.
aiak opens at 0:90 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. nuo
inlay evenings, a 10 a p. m.
Safes to rent In liurglar and Fire
The gifted authoress of "Undo Tom's Cab
in," now eighty years of age, is Jsald to be
falling rapidly. A gentleman who lecer.tly
vlctted her home In Hartford tells a New
York corietpoiident that alio lias failed very
much of late ami her mind Is so clouded that
she cannot talk consecutively on any sub
ject. She Is not confined to her room and
she does not require a physician's rare, but
her frit nils are apprehensive that the end is
not far off. A great many letters still rome
to her, but then) she does not see. She Is con
stantly uii'ltr surveillance, tier last days ate-
made as pleasant as wealth and k'ud friend
can make them, but she seems to know noth
ing of what is going on about her, and, In
deed, is almost as helpfos as a child. Mrs.
Stowe's books still sell well.
9300,000 Surplut. 955.009
the best fadltles for transacting
.. MAOFABLAND. PrntdtBt
O.S. UmtrOTT, AM'l. CMhttr
Tf MfcllSsVy. MarahstU.CJiaTU t
A. JUiiaa, 4. S. RsornoDti,
J4im L. Carton.
Iludjard Kipling wished to becomen meni
tier of the Players' Club, but there was so
much opposition his name was not proposed.
In the opinion of tho niembeia of tho club
and of every one else, ho has violated all laws
of hospitality. It Is said that after he was
entei tained by San Francisco mm who know
well how to entertain, lie Ixtrnyed club se
cuts and criticised his bests In the most rudo
manner. The Authors' Club entertained
him lu New York and Mr. Kipling returned
the compliment by reviling everything in
tulsiountry. A member of the club sums
up the character of the man; "He U klmply
not a gentleman; more il.au that, ho is a
,11101 coutemptiblo cad."
readers must have becomo
rather weary In looking for tho picture of
Mr. William Dean Howells, which was to
hae appeared 011 cur first page last week.
The cut was una voldabl "crowded out,"
but thtre will be little trouble in discover
ing Mr. lloweira likeness In this Issue.
Homethlng new In weddings seems to be
neraanu 01 1110 ujr. n "t"u7,r , "
tfie bride wore her white 'diW andHhi cut
ttmsry tulle veil over her face and the
Oitf i'ii for June Is as puro and refreshing
as tlio shades and br.-ezes of the woods and
waters it loves so well. The number is mi
ernly illuttraled, the frontispiece (famous
whlto-wlnged Cloriana) and many other en
gravings being artittio gems. Some of the
contents are as follows: "Through Muskoka
Marvel-lands," by Ed. W. Sandys, illus
tinted; "Intr-clty and Inter-national Cricket
in America," by Thotuas iVhartou, Illus
trated; "Experiences in Aniattur Photog
raphy," "A. H.." by Win. Hinckley, "June
Hides," by Jessie F. O'Donnell; " Ihe Mary
laud National Guard," by Hanson Hiss, illus
trated; "Nova Scotia as a Hummer Hesort,"
illustrated; "Miscellaneous Jumping," by
.Malcolm W. Ford, illustrated; ami tho usual
eilitui ials, poems, records, etc.
The complete novel lu Lipitincotl'H Muna
tine for June, "John Gray; a Kentucky Tale
of the Olden Time," Is by James Lane Allen.
Murat Hals tend furnishes tho journalistic
series with a paper on his "Early Editorial
Experiences." Hon. John James Ingalls con
tributes an article entitled "Weitward the
Course of Empire takes lis Way," In the
athletic series, Frederick Weir gives a care
ful piper 011 the gamo of lacrosse.
If you want anything in rubber goo Is you
have now the greatest chance of your life to
secure them at less than manufacturer's
ti.(n.ij nf tin ntmltir nnf oiln rt t T.llinnlll
I 111 ll.i:K (IV tllU LlUlllk UUb DIIU Ul VI1U 111 111. VIII
Rubber Co.. 120(5 O street.
Mlniienpulls, Minn, and lteturii, One Fare
I'or The Itiiiinil Trip.
Tho Union Pnciflo will sell tickets to Minn
eapolis nnd return at 0110 faro for the round
tilp to thoM desiring to atton I tin National
Republican Convention which meets June 7.
For date of salo and limits of tickets or any
additional information apply to
J. T. Mahtin, C. T. A.
1014 O St.
E. n. Si.osson, Gen. getit.
Union Pacific System. Llnoln, Nebr.
lt Zr I riKit 1,
M"M'ni us trWr-c
sni ?aBsT' " ,.r mjl--'
WHAT ARC YOU GOING
I'dvAr- Mill "
m 7 M
Til tint w.i R
-Iml (out mm. '"Jt
M.T.tp ijtsn Mf.)
'HtDt i.MlfMfii'. vm.m .ut cvowt
CAUICATUKIJS OF CURRENT EVENTS.
FULL SET OF TEETH $5.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
NO CHLOROFORM! NO ETHER! NO GAS!
All Fillings at Lowest Rates.
Dr. H. K. KBRMAN,
Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Blk.
Top floor has been lighted for the past week. We
beg to inform our customers that the cause is our
immense business in our
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND
On The Crest Of The Alleghanles, 1
3,000 Feet Above Tide-Water.
SEASON OPENS JUNE122D, 1892.
CARPET AND DRAPERY DEPARTMENTS
We work overtime to be prompt and fill orders
New Stock -:- -:- Choicest Patterns
-:- Lowest Prices Guaranteed -:-
A. T. Gruetter & Co.
Opposite Lansing Theatre.
This famous mountain resorts.sltiintcd at tho
summit of the Alleghanles and directly up in
the main lino ol the llaltlmoro ami Ohio
Itallroad, navo.tho advantago of Pa splendid
vest I huled express train service lioth oast nml
west, and nro therefore readily accessible
from all parts of tho country, All Ilallluinro
and Ohio trains stop nt Deer Park and Oak
land during the canon.
Hates. UiO. 175 nnd I'.lOa month, according to
location. Communications should ho ad
dressed In UKOHOK I) DrSKIKLDS, Man
ager llaltlmoro mid Ohio Hotels, Cumberland
Md up to Juno IU; alter Hint ilato, elllier
Doer Park or Oakland, Garrett County, Md.
A WORD ON SHOES !
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT.
The Juno number of Omtf IauIij'h Hook
tells you how to drexs wellund economically,
uiako home attractive, fill the needs of the
hou-ehold, and furuUlies amusement and
pleasui e in Its literature. For J uue, (loiley'n
is more than up to its usual standard of excellence
"La Mode de Paris" and "Album des
Modes," so well known as tho publications
giving the choicest Paris styles one nonth in,
advance of all other journals, appear to lie''
growing just a little too popular. The de
mand for them is growing so rapidly that
the publishers, A. McDowell & Co., -i Wot
Fourteenth street, New York, have found It
dinicult to keep up with the Increasing de
mand each month. They claim tint the
American ladles are now buying their jour
nals to such an extent that most of the news.
dealers are entirely out of them by the fifth
of, the month. As all the plaUs are made in
ParU"byrtbe best'artistsvthe publishers claiuj
that It nqtilresT'eonsidalable-iime to catch
up with such an increased demand. We sug-
0 r ss ?
ASD INSTITUTE OF I'ENIUMMlr,
Shortlmnil. ond Typewriting, Is the boat ami Isrsett
Course In tlm West, ut) Htuilents III altemlunm last
jrear. MiMenu iiremrm inr Dullness In rrmii & to 3
months. Kiperlvncnl faculty, rersonat Instruction.
Beautiful llluttrnuil cstaloicur, rolleus Journals, and
4wolniuo( prnmanhl, aent (rro by aililri'sslnu
" ULUIIRIIXIE A ROOSK. IJocoln. Neb
Removed from 142 S. lath street
.120 N. ELEVENTH 8T. :
LADIES' HATS RESHAPED.
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