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CAPITAL C1TV COURIER. .SA I URD U . Jl'F 4 1 02.
A full linn
has never been
in qunli.y before
A full shipment of finest
fruit Saturday morning.
It dont pay to wait tilt
evening even if you do
get theni cheaper. Make
your selections early and
get choice goods.
MILLER TiE GROCER
143 S. llth Street.
SevciMcar experience In the most fash
ionable" ilicss Attire (or luillcs. Satisfaction
1 1 i 1 N utrcct, over Done)-' torc
PUDLISHCD EVERY SATUnDAY.
L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor.
vi:hhi:ij-hti:vi:nh imiintino eo.,
I mi N Hired.
TcUtplmiicfU Ottlcf. !IV1, llosldonoe, ffllil,
Kiilxctlprlnn Itulio. In .sdinnco.
IVr iilitniiii f.MM I Throe inonlhs ... Uw
HU ninulhs ,,.,. I.N) BIUlo copies fioj
Imtcrcd nt Hid pi.Miifllcn of Lincoln, Noli.,
nit second class iijiillui'.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Mr. Hell announces the arrival of
Ami a fine line of cosmetic
DEMI ROYALE, SICRET OF BEAUTY,
aad Tonjours June for the complexion
Ladles should call and have their
Scalp Treated and
Face and form beautified.
Mrs. J. C. Dell, 114 North 14th St.
Dociii at Ion Day, thn 01100 glorious mid
memorial occasion, sooiih to iloelltio In 011
thuslimm with Mich siiecossltojenr. Tho old
soldlcis wlitt Imvi) ft otn llnui to tlnio nmdi) It
nil universal day of homage to tlio hillllali
and Illustrious dead are, like Iholr fallou
biotliois, KhiK to thn grave, and It In oor
lalidy n nd state of alTit(r whim liio Ainorl
can i?onlo will permit such n day to lag for
Interest While It wilt perhaps not ho ox
tluct In our tlninnuil pcilmps novor, (let us
h(ini no) yot gradually It seems to ho losing
Interest, It has always been thought, and
with pioptr grounds therefor, that tlm 80ns
of Vetoi ans, and other kindred societies,
would keep the tiny mid memory of tlm sol
dier Kreon, hut nlns, they too do not seem to
show that steadfast loyalty that odd might
expect 011 this momentous affair. The men
that fought nud died for us on tho hattlclleld
are certainly deserving of groat credit, nud
If wo live to ho older than Matliusalnh wo
should never forget our resp.'ct nud obliga
tion to those whonroresionslbloforour free
dom nud iroierlty of today, It Is especially
tho duty of every son of it tnoiiilor of tho (1,
A. 11., dead or alive, to Indicate n profound
feeling of respect In memory of tho great
warrior ami keep their unities and, deeds
over fresh on tho putillo mind Yes, hy nil
means, keep alive the war Issues, let us do
hoiuago to tho dead nud sing praises of their
noble nnd daring deed to snvo tho most
glorious nation on earth.
. Lincoln, : Nebraska
Officers ami Dirrclorst
John 11. Wright, Vrcs. T. K. Handera, V.-l.
J. H. McClay, Cashier.
T E Johnson, If 1 Lau. Tlios Cochran. K
K8Uor, TWLowery. W I.Dayton
General Hanking Dullness Transacted
Collection a Specialty.
Because tlm Couitir.11 spoko out In moot
lug last week and gave lis own particular
opinion regarding tho Montgomery-Irvine
murder, tho AVira has seen lit to criticise, our
remarks. The Couhiku Is happy to stnto
that the opinion of many of our ablest attor
neys nud most ivspectoil people fullv coin
cide with those express I In these columns,
nud as long as such Is tho case wo feel thb
more convinced that, although contrary to
tho tlssiio nrgumeiit olTored hy tho evening
paor In favor of tho slayer, we pro
seuted tho proper theory of tho ease. Any
mother will freely admit thut 11 truo woman
and an honorable, upright wlfo will not go
wrong, niatten not how great tho Inlluenco
of wouldho wreckers of her life nnd honor,
nud will liear tho CotmiKii out in its usser
tlun that the woman in tho ease Is plainly
and distinctly to blame nud Is the funda
mental cause of th'f mm der.
fcompnny with tin r. pitiable Mlloiiell wns
piolllloof drunken mawMauil loml lit,
Jackson's easy viewy mvr H'nvln etfJ't
nail) disposes of li" tii'.irv that the lllt-i'
would li'ivoniiy ill I'H'e wMh Niilvnu7 Hit'
Jackson inliht ! If ' h 1 I' would cm.
H'lil to meet h in. Tliciv Is mil! dor II K hi
pi I lights any iuiv Hi in thorn li It dox
-.0 ' .
The city of Miu'ihi w n nKnibor of
stl ict fountains sltuiited lit' the cViins of
sonin of thn pllneljul thnrnugllfitios nnil
dally lux ItuiK the thlisty mil mid hint to
pal lake of n lieiiig ill Ink. The thlisty
iiiat' or benst who alti'inpts to iicce,t tlio In
vllatloli will llud Unit nin.t of the'U il,i not
realln the pi'otulM they seem to eiton '.
The fact Is most of the fnunt'ilns me nut of
repair, and fiom laek ol attention tli-.i pub
lic Institutions wldcli cot tin1 city i')iislder
able inoiiey mo inpidly iioliiif to lulu whl'e
the hot dog ila)s m 0 npprnnuhlii'.;. when
they would hoof In stliu iblo beii'!ll,,h it
llevlng tho illMiess of hiiidi'ols of man nud
animals. Thn i'.l engineer should he up
peiileil to ainl have then put In lentilr The
council Ili-elf has appitelillv forgo' loll thnt
Hie fountains exbt nlthmuh lt attu illo 1 has
hii'ii called to tlio i)i ittci, bnt Ini.s 1 fir de
clined to net, I'uhtii' fountains my t, public
fiocossltj' and should bn one of the lat pniillo
institutions In sulTor iiogloel nt tlio hinds of
the council, especially at 1'ils seas'm or llni
SH'iikiug of our lo'iiarks last week in tho
MoutKouiery-Irvlue murdr tho Krcntnu
AVirssnys It ivui'ilnet for tlio Couuiicu to
pronounce tho mrwt unl(i'J eulogy up'iu K I .
Montgomery, nnd wo tluiuk our fi loudly
continporary for thesi kin 1 wonK
To tho nveragx in in It w.iuld swn as
thriiigii the grp'it arch nroeteil for th i Silver
Auuiversary h id do 10 ample duty for nt
least that occasion, lio.xcvor, now nftee ten
days have elapii'd it still s'411 Is til 'i' with
Its himtlng hecoinlng looso nnd living with
tho four winds. It wn a hoiuty In Its tiiu,
hut now Is hecoiuhig mi eyesore. It should
ho takoii down and the proper pirtles slioulil
liHik to tho mitter wlt'i'iiit delay. Tlu an
niversary Is over.
Mr. K. L, I.omax, general p.issjnger agent
of the Unlo'i l'.tclge system sends the Couii
IKU it copy of Morand's Diroet try of Chi
cago, with the compliments of tho
gloat Overland Unite. It is n handy
nud Instructive treatise on tho World's Fair
city and will prove of no little benefit to the
multitude of visitors next vear. In it note,
nocoinp.inylng tho hook Mr. I.omax adds:
"Do not forgot to herald tho fact thnt for
every western citizen tho old original Over
land Houte Is tho only sure way to tho
World'a Knlr." nud Mr. I.omitx undoubtedly
tells tho truth.
THE GOOD OLD DAYS.
In I ho grind old days, when nt tho play,
"Tw lis such n Jny to sit 1
HcMlVd sonic uiiildeit fair, and drink
III each detail of It. .j
Hhivwnrnn low crow tied, dainty hat ,
Uiu her uiiuel brow,
Or else u bonnet, small mid flat
Tl.ry t'.a not do It now.
tn 5 ears gotiob), tiheii totboshoro
The summer ulr! would go,
Bho took Home iniHlest summer suits.
In Just olio trunk or mi. , ,
3lin worn im nuiplo blilnj suit
That i nvercd her soinohw,
And worn It In thn water, too
'I hey 1I0 not do It now. .
It used lull- tY pio'?r thing
Kiir oor ;:lll to luaho
An 1 IT01I to loar.i hoiv t iGer.',
And lll.cvi i' how 1 )I.:-.!:c. . ,
Tlidalnt I illioo.:i V.in unto j.
, The tii-fdlo la.iilu lljbow, t
And ntrri.lis t '. ti c jihicoof nriun
The) 1I111111I do II now.
1'erhaps, In mi:iii bri (lit fiituroilay,
Wu shall mil liwln xnln,
And better ntlen and lM'ttur girls
Will come (ousiih'alu.
W'v hope that such 11 tiny will come,
And et wo miiHt allow
Wn'rii kkeplleal, because, oil know,
They do not ilo it now,
Cloak He view.
. . UNTIL $200,000.00.
National i Bant
Mrs. Iugnlls is as mil di uiillk her dlstln
gulshed biisbind in appeitritiitMiiud manners
as 0110 ran possibly Imagine. Of medium
height, it llguro Inclined to plumpness, an ex
tieinely young face, with eyes of ch'tngeabto
hlue-gray, the I.iullf I loin f Juunutl Huds It
dllll lilt to hehovo that she has been tho
mother of eleven children, seven of whopi
are living. Mrs. Iugnlls Is thoroughly d
mestlc, mid her life Is eaat reil in h-r ho 11 ,
husband mid children. Tha mental and
moral condition of poverty-stricken dlsti lots
Is it MHirce of much anxiety to her. Many of
tin he come to I er nt her homo with their
troubles nnd sotrown, nnd for them Mis. In
galls always Imis ready sympathy nud practi
cal assistance. Mrs. Iugnlls Is a gi out render,
ulthough hnving but little taste for lomance.
I If. Raymond,
D. O. Wing,
It you Deposit your Savings
15 Til It
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
8, K.cor. UthaiuU'Bts.
HEI WILL EARN INTEREST FOR YOU
At tho Unto of
5-l;ive per Ct. per Ai.nun.-5
Save 1500 a week and It amounts with
Bterest In rtvo jcarsto 11,500.00.
Bank opens nt 0:30 n. in, to 3:30 p. m. nul
Eftturtlay eveulngs, 5 to 8 p. in. .
Safe to rent In Burglar anil Fire
Capital $300,000 Surplut, 955,000
Ofcn the bett faciltle for transacting
f. B. MAOKARLAND. President
O.B.LU'PKN OTT, A,'t. CMhler
n Kritiferald, William M. Clark, J, D.
ltaefarlaad, T. M. Marquette, Charles
A. Hanna, A. 8. Raymond,
John L. Carton.
A au enterprising Hue. the P. K. & M. V.
Railroad seem to show very little of It In
Lincoln. It was n noticeable fact that al
though the llurliiig'on, Rock Island nnd
other lines wore represented with one or
more floats In tho great silver anniversary
parade, not a representation of any kind
whatever appeared of tho Elkhoru iimd to
show that it had n lino into this city. This
Is not tho llrst time mid memory falls to re
call an Instance, slnco that eomwuiys Incep
tion Into Lincoln that It fell in lino with
other roads to show Itself. It would appear
that alout all this lino runs trains into
Lincoln for, Is simply to get what patronage
It can and di aw what cash it can from the
peoples put us Irrespective of showing any
Interest in public affairs and enterprises that
the city enters into. The Sliver nnulvei sary
110 doubt hugely Increased the Elkhorn's
business for seveial days, ami the city really
did tho work by which that company pio-
llted. On the other hand they did not ap
utrently seo lit to make any elToi t to have it
showing in the parade. Tills fact has
given rise to considerable comment anil to
nv tho least none very favorable. Lincoln
gives the corporation a share of business
and lias it right to expect some appreciation
at their hands, to say nothing of the good
they would themselves derive therefrom.
The capital city Is not slow to appreciate
kindnesses, nud on the other hand likes to seo
some gratitude shown for favors, and it
certainly considers it n favor when such
companies as those represented In the big
parade last week went to the trouble and
expe.ito of having floats nud other repiesen
tatious in lino notwithstanding tho fact
that they too (tho companies) reap the most
glory nud reward thortfrom. If the Elkhoru
wants to keep to the front in Lincoln's
estimation it inut show more Interest in her
welfare mid les giiH.nl in its own behalf.
The companys local representatives nre
courteous nud progieslvo gentlemen, and
Mr. Hhipmau tho geneuil agent Is a popular
business man having hosts of friends here,
but w Ithout tho proper authoi ity is power-let-s
to make a nubile t bowing. The Elkhoi n
management teems to be slow in the mattei;
of enterprise similar to that which character
izes rther lines and w hy such should be the
case, would Ihj dltllcult to state. Tlte road
should take an Interest in a city like Lincoln
and when occasion presents Itself, come to
the front and make itself teen and known
thereby reflecting credit alike on the city
Thi victory of Peter Jackson, the colored
mail, should lie productive of gemiiiie satio
faction, In that it lays on the shelf tho fel
low Blavln, toliotw recent tour of America In
In Washington social circles Mrs. Iugnlls
was extremely popular, her frank, pleasant
wnysnud unaffected manner winning all
hearts. Not being wealthy she ilover nt
tempt in I to lend in fashionable elides, her
(pilot taste finding her pleasures In her homo.
Her home, while not luxurious, wns always
cozy nud comfoi table, and the happy house
hold of merry children gave ample evidence
of her tender cat e. The children nil Inherit
their father's cleverness nud their molhei'.
p.'isonal attraction and charm of manners
The eldest son Is n lawyer, the second is a law
student, mid Ethel, the eldest daughter, has
made her mm k hi leterature.
A I'lirlliit; A(lorlliiiiHlit.
Two ouim ago 11 Clilenuo drummer
Hopped nt Decatur, Ala., nnd while nlt
IIiik on the broad hotel plnza talking
with Ihu proprietor of tho hostelry noticed
n lino lighting cock htrtittiug about the
"Pretty film bird," remarked tho Chlcn
"Yep," replied tho hotel keeper, "best in
thi'M part, I reckon."
"I'm nomethltiK of it chicken fancier my
Keif," continued the drummer.
"Snf Clad tu know It, mill."
"Toll you what 111 do I'll play you n
giuiiu of Koven-up for that rooster," said
"Do It with pleasure, will," replied his
Tlio curds worn produced, nnd tho drum
mer won. The rooster wui turned over to
him nud was brought to the World'a fair
A few day h ago tlioChlcngoan again reg
istered at the HMine hotel In Decatur. Tho
proprietor Immediately recognized him.
"Aren't you tho man who played mo rt
giuuoof curds two years ago font rooster?"
"Willi, I've boon thinking nlxuit you,
sah, quite u powerful lot since that time.
Do you know, sail, I've never been iibluto
remember what you staked against my
rooster, snh, on that occasion? Thnt was
the llrst real Yankee trick I ever experi
mented with, slid, ulid you will oblige mo
now by nominating tho sort of poison you
prefer." Chicago Mull.
He Wiinteil to Lot Them Off.
Onu of Michigan's railroad companies
decided to establish a freight and ticket of-
lico nt It , 11 small Hag station, in tho
southern part of tho state, nnd tho grocery
J;ceper of this hamlet, wns commissioned us
netit. The honor thus conferred 011 Mr.
Storekeeper, whoso knowledge of railroad
ing wan very limited, somewhat raz.lo
dazzled him nud led to tho following Inci
dent. Tho llrst morning nfter ho had donned
tho "icgulntloii sultV ho awoke uliout 5
o'clock, nnd bearing tho "limited" whistle
in tho distance hurriedly slid into bis
trousers, nud without stopping to finish
dressing dashed down tho stairs, ring In
hand, ran out upon the platform nud be
gun wildly waving tho flag across tho
track. Tho train stopped: tho conductor
alighted and seeing no one but tho agent
In sight turned to him with tho inquiry:
'Where's your passengers?"
"Haven't nny," replied tho agent, ns he
niado another grab to keep his trousers
from dropping down.
"Then why in thunder did you stop us?"
"W-woll, I I thought perhaps thero
might bo some 011 who would want to gel
oil here." Detroit Free Press.
If you want anything in rubber goods you
have now the gieate.t chance of your life to
secure them 11 1 less than manufacturer's
prices nt tho closing out sate of tho Lincoln
Rubber Co., 1W) O street.
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THIS BEAUTIFUL CARRIAGE
Upholstered in Silk Plush, Satteen Parasol, only
$12. A Ane line, comprising over ioo different styles.
We are now located in the Coffman block, 1518
and 1520 O street, with the largest stock of
Furniture, Carpets and House Furnishing Goods
carried by any house in the state.
OUR -:- OPENING
occurs Saturday, June nth. A beautiful souvenir
will be given to every lady who calls that day. We
will sell on weekly or monthly payments to those who
LINCOLN FURNITURE CO.
FULL SET OE TEETH $5.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
NO CHLOROFORM! NO ETHER I NO GAS I
All Filling! at Lowest Rates.
Dr. H. K. KBRMAN,
Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Blk.
Minneapolis, Minn, nnil Kotimi, One Fare
1'nr Tlio H1111111I Trip.
Tho Union l'acitlu will sell tickets to Miuu-
eapolls nud let urn nt one fare for th round
tiip to thosodesirlng to attend tin National
Republican Convention which meets June 7.
Kor ditto of sale mid limits of tickets or any
additional information apply to
J. T. Mahtin, C. T. A.
KM O St.
E. H. Slqssox, O011. Agent.
Union Pucltlu System. Lincoln, Nebr.
At the big meeting of the llnptlets In Phil
adelphia a preacher set forth some novel
Ideas, nnd yet who shall say they were not
sensible! He took tho gioimd thnt there are
gleams of truth in all religious, and that in
stead of condemning everything not in the
Christian 1 ellglon It would he far better to
investigate mid absorb. Christians can go
into all lauds and preach of the religion of
Christ, but at tho same time let them pick
up any point that may present themselves.
In this way much can he left to the heathen
of his natural religion and make him easier
to convert to t.io new doctrine. The fact
there is hardly a tribe of po iple, no matter
how barbarous, that has not a religion, would
fcem to 111 guo that all systems of piety uro
from one source, and all worthy of study mid
It Is peculiarly sad and touching to think
of young Vmulerbilt and his untimely death
ho had so much to live for, mid l.o gave his
trieuds reitou to believe that ho would do
ids pint well In tho world. Ho was some
thing moie than 11 millionaire ho was a
man. A man not beciuiso of his money, but
In spite of it. In writing of his uohlo trails
a friends mi) s ; "I leuiemher seeing hiiii nt
tl.o time of I he Vnle-Pilncetnu football game
hist year, and he stiuck mo as the best skc
linen of tho family with whom I ever came
in contact. Bnobbeiy wnsubsolutely foielgu
to him. A story Is told, which I do not
doubt, that gives au insight into his charac
ter. At Yale he was In tho habit of taking a
hoiseback ride dally. One evening in con
veisation with a classmate of modeinto for
tune the latter said to him In envious tones:
'I would enjoy that ride you take every
morning mightily, but I can't nlfoid it; it
seems to me that I would be par fectly happy
w lib just that one of the many good things
of Hie.1 Ytung Vaudirbllt miido 110 leply,
but the very next day he tent his horse homo,
with iustiuitloi.s that he be sold, declaring
that he did not think he had a light to pa
rade his better foit line befoie his classmates
mid perhus discourage them."
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND
On The Crest Of Tbe Allegoantes,
3.009 Feet Above Tide-Water.
SEASON OPENS JUNE 1220, 1892,
This buiious moiititnln resorts, situated at tho
summit of the AlleKhiinles and directly upon
tho main lino nt the llaltlmoro and Ohio
Hnllroail, nave tho ailvantiiRo of Ph splendid
vesllhuletl express train servlpu both east nnd
west, mid nre therefore, readily accesHlble
from all parts of tho country. All llaltlmoro
and Ohio trains stop ut Deer Park and Oak
land during the tcasou.
Kates, i.O. S73 and $') a month, according to
location. CommiinlcatloiiH should bo ad.
dressed InOKOKQK I). IlKSIillIUH, Man
ager llaltlmoro and Ohio Hotels Cumberland
Mil., up to Juno 111; nrtcr that date, either
Deor Park or Oakland, Uarrclt County, Mil,
Top floor has been lighted for the past week. We
beg to inform our customers that the cause is our
immense business in our
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.
ADD IHSTITCTE or l't..MUMillir,
Shorthand, nnil TyiwirrltliiK, Is tlio Im-M nml liuveat
Cllrgo In Hie Went. Mil Miulonu In aili-iidaiu-e last
e.ir. MiUrnti preiuired lor liu.lnew In frmii J toy
months, hnn-rlcnci-d faculty rrrmuul tntlrnclloii.
Ik-autluil lllintrnt.-dciialcwie, i-oIIck'm Journals, mid
("tcliimiu of Kinimuslili, win free fiy udilrtiuliiif
ULUIIIIIDQE IIOOSE. Lincoln. Nct
Removed from 142 S. 12th street
128 N. ELEVENTH ST.
LADIES' HATS RESHAPED.
SUMMER FOOT WEAR.
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