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AN tASY MATTER TO ECONOMIZE
While iiml UtPrtin
fancy for n-llrMt'
fur Itmr llrlttrn.
Mulii- Is lliri'uriil
. r -?
!'' ijdilMii-illow In
HtHt'lnl Correspondence. 1
Nrw Yohk, Juno 2. Sotno lndlts.
firmly boliovo tlpit nothing is tit ttrwoui
tlint has not boon Knight,, reudy male.
and ho tlioy pay largo suins of inofioj
simply fory 'Rtyk,' vicii A llttlulthunght
and tho oxorclso' of vrimt no me cull
"faculty" and others "gumption" wdulM
result In tho possession of many prott.v.
thing at small cost, ami tho amount
thus saved would lmv
jacket In u your. J
In tho first place thero'iirl)
Tho present styles innko It tho easiest
thing in tho world for a lady to have
several Ixinnots instead of ono If hci
economy runs that way. Tho straws
and jet frames aro so ornato in them
selves that a scrap of ribbon, a bit ol
old laco washed and ironed or ono spray
of flowers or a tuft of feathers will trim
them lavishly,, htiu"' thoy aro just o'
pretty as those ono buys. If you prefei
flat trimming there is no law this seiiMiu
that says you shan't have it. If you
want it high none will object except pur
haps tho man behind you at tho theater.
If you aro going to tho seashore get a
pretty colored silk handkerchief and
twist it around and knot tho ends like
COURIER, t SATURDAY, JUNJS
DAINTY HOMEMADE BONNETS.
tho ono in the illustration, and tack it
lightly over a little frame, which will
cost you fifteen cents. Perhaps you
havo tho handkerchief, and in that case
your pretty toque will cost you next to
nothing, ns tho handkerchief is not in
jured. Some of these new embroidered
Bilk handkerchiefs would make prettj
toques, and they' do not wilt or spoil in
sea nir. They aro very convenient in
traveling, as ono may sleep in them with
out hurting them in tho least, and they
are far more womanly and becoming
than those abouiinahlo cloth caps with
visors which were worn last season.
The mouth of June is tho month of
brides, and, whllo speaking of headgear,
suppose I give the newest in biidal
wreaths. But these are not wreaths
properly speaking, sinco the orange blos
soms are separated into little tufts and
each ono is fastened in under a puff of
hair or a curl, and the long tulle veil i
pinned to the top of tho head by hair
pins, each having a tiny tuft of orange
blossoms. The veil hangs to tho bottom
of tho dress, front and back, and is not
hemmed, but instead has a rowofwav
pearl beads sewn to tho edge about an
inch apart, which makes a pretty finish.
White and cream moiro is tho present
fancy for a bride's gown, and tho Bkirt
is made entirely plain, usually, though,
some who possess old laeo can have it
festooned around tho bottom or draped
on tho waist. A very pretty way to
drapo laco over a bridal costume is
shown in tho second illustration. It is
made in tho form of a Berthe, a bias fold
of whito corded silk or faillo being laid
in plaits on tho shoulder uutl brought
down to tho waist in front. Beneath
this tho laco is fastened anil it goes
straight across tho shoulders in the back.
Bridal gowns aro high in the neck, und
the corsage can bo inado perfectly pla'n
and tho Berthe giving sufficient orna
Another very handsome accessory to
feminine toilet is the ilcliu on tho left of
the same illustration. It can be made
double, so us to come down iu the bapk,
s3Wl W- W rW
Mrs. Humphry Wain's now story, "His
tory of David (lrlovo"iv t ""re strongly
jcitllslc,nud rtrlkhiKhJ lllutiatlvo of tho
currents of modern thought. It deals not
onlywith toe religion pi oblvm which nie
doing discussed with increasing zest through
out the elvlll.M world, but It bring iu tpioi
I leu those csicutlally modern views of llin
lnlluoneo)nf heredity nntl tl'iiiporninoutvupdii
life which aco doing to uifh.jo modify (tin
oldMogiiitle coneliuflotV. lit If ompluttlcAtlv
novel f of i tho pVrlid.Jnnd is Inform I
jhrdughoutiyithri 'ZeftgMst.'l written with
surprising strength mid lire, deeply Interest
lug, and a very remarkable eiviitimi. Fl
iiiilly, It ntut lie said tlmi "Tim History or
ltvM (IiIhvu1' is a rciirtrknhly powerful,
vvjll sustiiliiyl.thoughtf.ul, (toil wjll written
novel. ItirUlnly requires mmio thought
hi Its renders, for much thought has g.,no In
ltsooiiiM)sltlon. Hut It vv III rowarl uttcu
tion, mid once read it will ho renumbered.
Handsomely houtnl in elntn $1. McMillan
Si Co.,puWlshers, Nuvv Voik,
lloswell .Smith, the lute provident of Tho
Century Co,, Is tho sullied of a inunlioiof
contributions .to tlwj. phnu Century, 'flime
lot frontispiece poitrntt, a p itn ty Kliiiiunl
(Iohso, a biographical sketch hy t lm Ho v. Dr.
(Ilmlih'll, an (illtoi iril in "Topic of the
Time," with brief statements of Air. Sin lib's
connection Mth tlioTtuct MiVloty, the Con
grcgntlonnl Chili, niui lleiv.i College, Ko n
tueky. The leading llliiHti'iited nrlloln of
this number is hy Dr. Albert Shaw, who ho
llmuly and interesting piper in other Hum
hoi son modern immlelpiit governments will
be remembered. In this p'iier ho describes
the rise of a new mutropjlU, "lindiipJit ."
Tho pupor is brightly and profmely Hint
tin tod hy Joseph Penuull. Honor Kiulllo U.is
telar'i second article on Christopher C him
bin diorlU'H the great explorer "In Hem oh
of n I'ntron." His experienees in Hpiilnulll
form the subject of the July pnicr. An II
lunti'ttteil ituiiimur uitlcjo of curinut Interest
Is a paptr by the late J. 11. Holder on "The
(Ireut UnUnown," namely, the famous ami
much mooted sea seruiit.
The twenty -seventh volume of the Jfnin -zincof
American History closes with tho
Juno Issue. Kdward F. ilel.aiieoy writes ono
of the best articles In the current number ,
entitled "King George's personal polioy in
England, which forced his subjects in Amer
ica, iiciilntt their wishes. Into a successful
revolution.'' George III. was young and
headstrong, aud tie meant to govern, not
merely reign. Tho illustrated article which
opens this handsome Juno number, "Hlitoil
cal Itemlulscences of our Nw I'nrks," very
cleverly written by Kordham Morris, will
interest readers in all pnrts of the country.
There are other excellent contributions
aud amung them are tho following: -'The Re
lations between the United States and
Jnnan,"by He v. William Elliot Oriili, I). I).,
of Hostou; "Lieutenant-General John Mun
hcU Van Ilonssnlaer, D. D., "America Must
bo Called Columbia" comes with a sharp
Klnt from Edward A. Oldham of Washlu
ton; "An Hour With Daniel Webster," hy
Hon. Horatio King. Tliree unpublished let
ters of antique date, by James W.Gerard,
throw fresli llgliton "The Storming of Stony
Point in 177l." The departments aro well
The frontispiece of VVic Jleriew of Ifrrieir
for June is the most Intel ctlng picture of
Mr. Illaiue that has been published iu a lout;
while. Il Is from his very latest photograph ,
made by a distinguished German diplomatist
at Washington, who happens to he an ardent
iiliinteur photographer. It represents Mr.
Hliiine sitting on his porch at liar Harbor,
nud was secured lust fall. Ill connection
with it very readable article entitled "A
Glance ut Mr. llliilueV Commercial Policy,"
there is also a tine, spirited iljawing of Mr.
illalno by the artist Oiirihiiymlotr, besides
excellent half-tone, portraits of Mr. John W.
Foster mid Mr. William E. Curtis, both or
the Department of State, and both peculiarly
identified with Mr lllalne's South-American
and reciprocity policies. This article on Mr.
Illaine's policy is attributed to "a supporter
of tho 1 'an-American Idea," and it would
seem to hoar some of the marks of William
E. Curtis' facial pen. It is a well-informed,
straight-forward statement, not entering Into
Charles Leonard Moore, tho author of a
volume ot sonnets (hitherto only privately
printed), is a young Ket of great power und
promise, a number of w hose sonnets appear
In the Juno iiuiiiImt of The Forum. One of
them, entitled "To Fortune," is given below:
"Fortune, proud fool! Hint deemest the hearl
Waked mid won only hy thy slight allure.
Know that thy footstep senls thoso founts
That else were free, Hint else were full and
Thou hast Life's keys, und dost commund
Success, poor shallow of the soul olhopo;
Hut all lliy uiiln Is present weariness
And tho gods' lanuhtor from their" unsealed
Oo, hailot, wlththy faces of regnnl ,
Wlnd-viirylng for the lovers at thy side,
I am not poor cnoin;h for thy reward,
Honor and splendor In my heart nhldo;
I want thee not, save that thou kneel, and so
Proffer thy service asonp-beiirers do "
"Tales From Town Topics, 'o. 4" Is out,
and is full of good things appropriate to the
summer season. 7'nirH Toplm, 21 West
Twenty-third Street, Now York.
In tho Juno Aienii the eilltor gives one of
' tho most vivid pictures of tho nineteenth
I century Inferno which has over apeared iu
' h paier, entitled "Tho Democracy of DnrV-
i iihVs " He takes us through tho under world
i und lets us behold glimpses of wlnt he h ns
witnei-sea iu Itoston. He next notices the
pioblem Iu nil our greit cities, uctnlily New
lYoik City, giving facts and figures of great
Millie to social stu lent". Among tho leading
liipois are: Automatic Writing by II. F,
, 1'nilti wihmI: Thu Hlght of Children, by ltov
.M .1. SiiMige; Newly I)icovurei Properties
of the Ether, by Prof. A. E. Dolbenr', Three
EtiglMi 1'iH'ts, by Iiulso Chandler Moultoi;
Tho If ko Dwollers of Switzerland, by W.I).
McCraekan; A. M. Mr Garland's stofy, "A
Spoil of OIIUv," I'omw to a elcsilu this Issue
Tlmtspn;htly New York weekly, "J'oii'u
7i;iics msmiis to lie "right tu line" of promo
tlon In public Interest and success, The last
lsuc eo. lies cut enlargtsl carrying four m.mi
pnges of spicy matter, lis u gieut paper
and out of tho mass of hlgh-el ass weeklies
rivehed heie, from Now 'York, bomlou mid
other prominent literal y centers, thei els none
mine Welcome to the editorial table than
7'innt Toiiies. Its a fine publication mid
All The.' Hud.
"How Is tbnt little mlnlliK schcinc of
fours getting along" ' Any money Iu ilf"
"Any money Iu It! Well, 1 should say
lot AH of mllie, all of my wife's and
jlsnit fcl.POO that 1 got from my friends."
A ?IiiIIii if tlui lriirenaliiii.
"Now I'll give y'er a motto for the busi
ness jergoln Inter," said the old thief to
Ihu young one.
"Well, what Is HP'
"Take things easy." Detroit l'ree'l'rtAS.
Did you marry for love or for
Oldby iloth. I married for love
noney. Kat Field's Washington.
Pol 1 1 leu I Information,
Tommy Paw, licn u mini commits po
litical suicide docs he shoot his bead tilO
Mr. I'lgg No; meulr Ids inoutli. In
ills llrllllitnl .Sni't't'Mfs.
The venerable Dr. Slop, of Hlanktnwu,
was a doctor of tho experimental and eclec
tic school of medicine years iiko. It was n
rule of the doctor's never to have anything
wasted, and therefore when any prescrip
tion remained uutakeu after the patient
had tiled or recovered, he would empty It
iu a bottle kept for the purpose, which be
came the receptacle of a heterogeneous
compound thai science could not analyze.
A younger member of the faculty noted
this nsnvery singular fact, and asked of
him the reason for it. The doctor hesi
tated a little, ami then replitsl that, though
In ordinary cases he knew well what to do,
there were Instances when all his medical
skill lulled, and he was fioored with doubt.
At such times It was his custom to resort
to the blglxittlc, and leave nature and acci
dent to accomplish the cure. "And will
you believe It," said he, "some of my most
brilliant successes have resulted from Itf"
Mnrkrtl fur Itlmitlllrnlliin.
Mistress What havo you marked that
"T. M." on all your pies for. Norahr
Nornh Sure, ma'am, that's to tell th'
mince pies from th' apple pies. "T. M.'f
on the mince pies Is " "tin mince," ami "T.
M." on th' apjdo pies Is " 'taln't mince"
so I kin tell 'em, ma'am, wldottt cutting
'em, Boston Budget.
DltiiU oi A iliiml Mermen,
Dkaii Cot uiKii- As I sit and listened to an
excellent siu'iiiim the other day that w-as
something out or the ordinary 1 would like
to tell soui-tliluK a'loilt what it siiggentisl In
me. As 1 lMtmcd I siild to myself I wonder
linw many of thu large gathering will think
of ihlssni'itMii as I do Not many peilmpt,
and .let I Iiohi I hey will pittllt by It aud heisl
the giHsl advice given. 1 think If we sliould
nil try to show morn ehaiity and loving
kindness Inward our fellow men aud with
those who wo eotun In contact with we
would lie mnkliig more piogresK Iu the light
direction, When tho paMor ssike Of the
tongue being an urn illy me. nlier, I said yes,
no are all in'ipinlnted with that membr and
tlo not need logo veiy fur fioni home to llud
il. Notoub by speech, hut often In actions
do we show our tiisapprovnl or ilMIko of
cei tain Individuals or tilings mid more es
H'rlally do we show this ut hiuliu wheiole tt
of all should the, surly look or, unkind unis-ch
lieloleiotiMl If every .one tfiuiil lrtvn,to
make home the happiest ptssMQirrarth theo
would be no uitldhd'iif' cynical remarks
pnstsl on our uelglilioijit and 'f our filend
weieonly willing M bifguiihsl by the teach
lugs' of the Muster wo would soon learn that
kindliest niui love dm more toward pninui,
log goud and advancing the c iiisjT ehrlst
huiltv than llluaturtsl remarks could ever
do. In Inn every slur or cynical remark
made by n prorose.l fn lower of the meek
mid lowly Htviour only Injures the camoof
ClirlM, and wlien piofcssers of leliglou ;iv
ono thing mid do tho opHilto they sol a poor
example for lhoo they wedi l.i Inlluence.
They say faith without woik Is dead." I
say. less talk mnl mine work mid then we
may expel i laccoiiipllshnoiuething. If wo
do not wNh to belikeitxigu post which poiuls
out to then-livelier the right direction, but
never takot one step forward, vmvvUI be up
and doing ', v llh a purpno stioug mid true
and "doing vvltli our might what ur hands
can find to do." If chilstlans showed its
much real and energy In working for the
advancement of Clirlsts Kingdom its tliey do
Iu striving to obtain the good tilings of this
woild, they would soon bring about tho le
formation mi much desired, lino's my hand
for an extra eiroi t Iu this direction, who will
Yours In loving kindness,
I. let using Kiigliicrr,
The question of licensing engineers Is be
ing so agitated In every state iu the union
that within a short time, for the protection
of human lives, it will bo iniioriihlo for any
one Intrusted with steam to hold or secure a
Nltuiitlon without ixitslng a rigid examluu
tlon and obtaining a license. Stephunsou's
Illustrated Practical Test has been published
to aid engineers preparing to pass such nx
amluallo'i, and as It embraces all tho ipios
tions Hfkisl on the Holler, Pump, Engine,
Dynamo, Corliss Engine, &c, it has already
mewlth suca a demand that It is now iu Its
fourth edition. This work, which only costs
one dollar, cull I si obtained of the publisher,
Walter G. Kiuft. 70 bit Salle street, Chi
Mann & Hull's new pharmacy litOO O street.
J I .-.
: nut jiic gttitmittttm
We make a specialty of line eiurnved work und lake pleasure
In shovrliigsiiiuplesof what wo are dally liiinlug mil, In
Colling Oprcls, Invitations,
.Menus, I'roKHlii-s Aimouueiiuieuts, llerepllou Notes, Kle, Our
MouoKialii wink for ('orrespniideiieo pniier Is particularly
beaut Ifill lied rti'M' fulls to gain ailinlrnllou, Wo should ho
pleased lo havn y ) I call, seethe work mid get prices,
Tbu lleurlng of It.
1. . .
,uis. Jyrll ''iXty z
"Then perhnps you're afraid tbnt I
couldn't support n wlfcf"
"Not In the least; but I think that a
wife might find you Insupportable."-
Method lit Her Mildness.
Miss G. Osslp- What can be the meali
ng of the lavish purchases of precious
itoues Mrs. Nevvrich is milking? Her bus
Blind is on Ills deathbed I
Mrs. Sharpe That's HI All the estate
ixcept her clothing and jewels goes to his
Shlldreii. Jewelers' Weekly.
Finest Ice cream In tho city and hand
somest refreshment parlors, at the lloiitou
Poehler's oltl stand, Twelfth and P streets.
The Lincoln Steel Plate Range.
aid Most Complete Range Made.
DE3Z JL.XjILj :
Hew Method, Monarch Gasoline and
ALL THU LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
(itnultv, Tin, Copper and Wooden Ware,
ami examine our line before ybu buy.
BEOS cSc EVBETS
None Einer! None Better! None Oheaperl
Than the Fine
Now being shown by
WEBSTER & ROGERS,
104,3 0 Street.
When it's Told You by MAYER BROS., it's So
A I.inilf (Jitine.
"What was the longest tennis game on
ecordf Do you know"
"I'll give it up."
"Go and read your Dlble and you will
lud that Jacob served seven years for
We ilellver all goods promptly and take
your orders for next day. Oivo "Your Mur
ket," HStl O street, a chbtice to please you.
Cheap money for home builders can be oh
tulued by;invetiliK Jin some share of tho
Lincoln Ioan and liulldiiiK association
which entitle the holder to borrow one hun
dred dollars 011 etch share held, gives him a
pro rata share of all tl.t eiirninK of the cor
ioratlon ami euahles hi in to pay olf the loan
iu easy monthly Installments, but little In
excess of rent, VJ.u Is a purely mutual anil
homo Institution. Odl.'e in rear room, First
.Archer, dentist, Finvrt block, over Merch
L. Uarr, jeweler, ffi.iovetl to 11IKI O street.
5 HOE department contains all the leading makes of
Ladies Misses, Boy's and Children's shoes.
Nothing but reliable goods are handled and prices
are much lower than you usually pay..
112 tO 122 North 10th St.
When it's Told You by MAYER BROS., its "So
Leave enters at the Iionton bakery, cor.
Twelfth and P streets, for Ice cream, fancy
cakes, etc., either for luiully orders or pur
ties. Hiierior goods, prompt delivery and
1'cnsoutihle prices. Telephone s"i7.
NiiIoiihI Kepnlilli'iiii Convention Minne
apolis, v 11. .liine 7
For the accomodation of tho ilesiriiiK to
visit Miuueaoplis 011 tho aliovi) occ.tsslou the
Union Pacific will m1I tickets to .Miuuoaoplis
ami return at 0110 fare for tho round trip.
For dates of sale mid limits of tickets ur any
additional information apply to
j. t. masti.v, ;c. T. A .
K. II. Ki.oss(i-, Clou. Agent,
Union Pacillc System. Lincoln, Nuiiii.
or it can havo simply tho front as in the
picture. If double it should bo opened
on tho left shoulder. It is mado of ori
ental laco, with bows of ribbon on thu
shoulders. It also could Is) made of
chifl'ou striped silk mull, or any unite
rinl best liked, and the bows should bo
of black velvet suitable for any cos
tume, or urruiiged so that they could bo
changed to match different costumes.
A bow with loops and ends would bo
pretty at tho bottom.
o "ok 25c.
ABSOLUTLY PURE. JUST TRY IT.
HarRreaves Bros,, Lincoln, Neb.
IKS. ' fl IlisrvT f,&M
20.000 B&Frffi 1 Ml
The largest stock of Furniture
in the city.
The Lowest Prices
HARDY & PITCHER, 21 1 S. 1 1th Street.