Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, July 16, 1892, Page 4, Image 4
CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1892. hr mw jt Good Morning! Have you seen MILLER the Grocer about your Sunday order yet? Don't delay; Order now. Telephone 390. 143 South, nth St. A DIES Will be Interested to lenrn tluit 11 new process has Iicuii invent cd for ri'iimvliiK lllnlcln s, Ficcklcs. etc., from tlio face, lt-ii Iiik tlio "klti f U-fir mitl hcitutllul. It la ttonu tiy tilt New Steam 'Process I lust lutinduccil li.v Min. J.O. lilli mill Is pro vine n I1I11 success niul vciy popular. All iliu nirM ell 00 1 In Hair &oods, Ornaments Allil n (nil lino of nmt uppiocd Cosmetics niny iil )o found there. lfalr Dressing untl Manicuring done on iliort notice ami In tlio eiy latest styles. MRS. J. C. BELL, I 14 North 14th st MRS. WELSH, MILLINER, Removed from 142 S. iath street TO 128 N. ELEVENTH ST. I .DIES' HAT RESHAPED. FIUIVT ADDITION TO NORMAL The most be nutlful mburbnn protw erty now on tho market. Only three b ock from tlio liaiuUume lln coin Normal Unlvcrnlty and but three bloclci from tho proHcd elect i lo rnllwny. Tlimo lots are now being phtcril on tho nuirket nt Exceedingly Low Prices and Easy Terms For plat, terms anil Information, cnll on M. W. F0LS0M, TRUSTEE, Insurance, Ileal Estate and Inn Ilrokcr m 80, Newman Dlock. IMS O tit reel teii 'i Mhml Lincoln, : Ncbrnskn Capital, $250,000 Officers ami Dlicclors: Jonn U. Wright, Pre. T. K. Hnmlcm, V.-P. J. II. MoClay, emitter. FE Joliniioii, It l l.nu. TIion roclirnu. E II Slier, T V Lowery, . V I.Dnyton General Hnr.klnj; HuMncss Transacted Collections n Speclnlty. CiPlTAL $200,000.00. American i Exchange National i Bank. L M. Raymond, President B. H. Burnham, Cus liter. Lewis Gregory, Vice President D. Q. Wing. Assu Casble IMMVItBrlTl BaVaBBSVKamBki .-"" NCDRASKA'S ELITE FAMILY NEWRPAPER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor I'PIILICATION OK KICK 1 vi:sMiMiHTi:vi:NH i'iuntinu co 1131 N Htroel. Tjliirmi4i-')I1M, -ill iti.ilMJi, '111, Hiilifrlirlon It it t . In Alliance, IVr niiiiiini fJ.IMI Three mouths ... fine, Hl mouths I (M8llinl0 copies fie; Cntcrcd nt tho pr.stnlllre of Lincoln, Noli., it second elms mailer. POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000. VHKI0U5 T0FICS It's uw fully funny ntnl iu liitormthi g and spicy iin it Is" lienutlful and pithy. Hurli In tlio verdict regarding th'i July number of Unit Justly eolelnutod monthly visitor, Frank Hchruiig's iniri Tint frontispiece shows it beautiful etching, tlio editor's position shown therein being nu knotty ono to understand. Tlio flirt, however, though not nm Id public, l told in In coulldciico Unit tlioy weio pail iKtl find In consequence furnished comfort nlilo nest. Tim dliiinonil shown hctwtou tlio second mul tlilnl lingers I u lioiiutlfiil gem mid wns hired nt grout oxpcinj ospccl nlly for tlio occasion Mr. (loldwntor, how over, lm It on linnil again mid rondy for rental. Tlio Inily'a picture in tlio hooiio tho largo eontor double-page Illustration- Is ono of the lending features of the Issue. It Iin series of enrtoons cm "The Hummer Artist's Vnrntlon," mid depict the Joys of tlio tiiim toiir nrtlst on hi nnmml outing In this Mr. Zchriiug hns shown eluvortnet mid displayed lil keen seno of humor. Tho nou do phimu of K. V. Kcmhlo upHnri ns tlio nrtlst hut Tiik Couhikh betray only u little sldo-lssuo contldeiieo when it snys Hint Mr. Zehrung's 1 work in this lino will horenftor bo distln guMied by thnt signature. It would tnko too much tlmo mid spneo to glvo ii tlotiilled review of thin excellent number. Hutllco il to wiv tluit It's a wonderfully clover paper mid thnt sample copies will ho given freo on nppliciitlou ut tho oftloe of piihllcut'on, 1'JIIl O street. ChlcnKo's two big attractions Just now In niiitiH'iiu'iit lliii'M are tho world' fnlr build Iiiks mid "All llnliit" oncli 1110 playlnn to lilK busluewi and I have just Keen them with both eyes. Tho fair Kiimnil are, compara tively spenkliiK, easy cif a reus and there teems to lio plenty of transportation facilities for reitchliiK tho famous spot. I'lioCottno Orovo Avenue cnrH on the Wabnsli Aveuuo cable takes you front tlio business center to within n few blocks of tho entruiiLV, nud ono would think, JiuIkIiii; from the ktriiKKlt'iK tunsies already at tho KtH, thnt the bit; fair was In complete order nud ready for liusl- t.tH, Uut, myl wlint 11 Ions way olT it is from readiness. Tho fence mid entru nee Is but teuiKirnry nud the kioiiihIs nro in tho wiiiie ragged state ns before tho site wn s lo rated nud even worse, for now tho earth is torn up iu numerous places, latj;o piles of timber, lock, etc., greet tho eyo In ovory di rection nud the grounds lit general nro iu noire condition than thoy over have been. Few of tho buildings are llulslio.l, and aside trotn the buildings for mines, women and horticulture there aro none of them oven half completed. Tho huge construction to bo known ns Mnebluery nud Liberal Art ball Is well under way but not nearly half tin Ished, Tho massive spans nro just com luencing to get into place nud it Is said If the building Is completed by tlio time for dedica tion, which is set for October next, that the contractors will hnve done wonders. The late buildings nro gradually coming into prominence, nud Nebraska will have no leas 011 to feel nthaincd of her lepienentatlve, The building Is a haudeoiiio one, ill t hong Ii rather pliln, but it looks substantial and will be a solid advertisement for our great state. Tho battle ship model Is being built nnd nlrendy hns n fair resomblnnco of one of Uncle Barn's latest wnr instruments. The sides, lustend of being of iron are made of In ick nnd tho balance of '.ho work l gener ally of wood and iron. It will lie, when painted up mid otherwise finished, n faithful model of our latest ships. There me 110 walks whatever as yet laid out not even 11 Ixmrd walk In the grounds, except along th" lake front, where n substantial aphelt pavement hits been laid along tho shore. Heie nnd there are huge pieces of statuarj eiutedin sections. Massive iron woik is either iu piles or in course of orectlo 1, and the scene entire is one of apparent confusion and excitement, yet everything moves on in systemnt'c order nnd th; mussei keep com ing to see what enn lie seen, yet they see lit tle nnd probably know less about the big lair than before they went. 1 he man and wo man with the kodak are theio, ns also is tho urloslty seeker who picks up stones nud chips pieces off of such places ns he cnu without being detected. There is mi Iin meiisowoik going o 1, but to the nveiago locker on it appeal's to proroNS slow ly. The nsMiinuces nro given out, however, that nil nillb.-' in ample letduies at the expected time. o "All HiU" Is n great play-all of David Henderson's productions are. The niece has now bhu 011 at tin Chicago opir.t luusi two mouths, and Hiturdny evduliij when I took iuthosliowl hid to content mj-so f with fourth row piiiiuette suts, Hut I would not hive mlssjd I. hnd I been compelled to stnud during the performance, as did imuv .of tho lute 0 miers. There is a vast dltfer- enco between "All Habi" and 'Slnbid," and 110 resemblance iu the least nttiv is one to the other, except that El lie Foy and other (Mpulnr furorltes recall to mtud the pHinnt memories of the last grand proJiictlon, The scenic effects nro of course the prluclpil fea tures, nnd they nro superbly elegant. The trnusforiuitioit scjne, "Tlu lllrth of the liutterlly," is tho most magnificent nud mas vivo pltH-o of scenic work ever seen In Ameri ca, and I doubt whether the stage of any country has ever seesi Its equal. Unlike other trnusformitlons which ibpeud largely on human tljuies to lend effect to tho scene, this closes shoivlng but one person who form) the body of the buiurtly nud moves thi'JUgh epico wit'i glltteritu whig preent uig u moit novel and buautlful cne. The costuming of "All tUba" i nil ne.v and when I bay it far snip issoj oven thnt of the "8in bad' production, my renders who saw It in Lincoln will Imyj but a fultil Men of how ginudlythe piece is really put 011. The li bretto is on the same order ns "Slubnd'both of course being fnlilvK) ninl thomudc 'w nil cntchy, pleasing mul bright. Kldla Koy Is n funny ns ever, nud having until thnt It uould Im n wnsto of words to sny more. Ho hns novel nl new typical song mid tlio people gonswlld over lilm ns thoy did w lieu they henrd him iu former produotlom. I notice Alfl' U'heelnn, Into w Itli Annln I'lxloy mid nu old Mucolii fnvotlto, In now In tlio east of tho Auierlcnu KttrnvngntiM company mid ii'Miiiii'H n lending lnrt In n most Mtlfnctory milliner Wheelnu lin n Krent linrltono voice, l nn npt coiuedinii mid In dolnn rouio clo or uotk iin "Alllmwin" for which ho kcIa IiU dlinro of upplniMo, I Imvu known Wlieo Inn for ten yenm ml, llmt with Doylo CiiltoV Opel n, then I.llllnll HioiMt'iiJollltleN, Inter with .ifi ZiK, mid lastly with Anulo I'lxloy. TlioioUno pnrt In which hu hits nppoiiisl thnt hns Klven him tha show Iiik Hint ho In nlilo to mnke, llko "Alllm. in,'' nnd his work Is therefoio n credit liotli to hhucolf mid MuniiKor llendersou. Idn Mullo, lliinlo Clnvelmid, Ailri DenveN, Henry Noriunu mid Otlo lliirlnu lire nil old tlmo fnvorltes thnt Mill draw well mid do eqimlly nood work. The Imlhuls, insictioi, nud xpocliiltloN nro nil ofnlillth order mid "All llnliu," It In now predicted, will lutvouvoii n more prosieious tun tlinti did "Hlnlmd." U'hen )ou ko to Clili'iiKo don't full to tnko it In, oven if you uiiixt extend your Htny for nuoth'jr dny In older to do no. Tho hundreds of ooplo who drivo out to tho tho uiiiKUlllcuut IiiiIMIiik of tho Western Norimil ('olIejfD n 10 Krontly surpilsed nt Its nmnli nlu mul npt iirrnUKouivutN and tho lino view of Unooln mid Niirroundliu country . Tho nmimni'iN nf this ureal outM'pnsi) ovl deiitly know wh'it thoy wero dolu whon thoy uimlo tho nolectlou, Tlu ilrnin ig) Is perfect nud tho provniliiit; winds from huh t It ninl west miiko this n most deslruhlo hiiIiui Ii . Drive out mul nen It. Tnko Iilucolu I'nrk llouloviird loHJUtli Ntreet thou j;o ost to colleo. Tlio toof is lunitf plnco I on tlio liullilliiK mid much of tho plnstorln Is done. Htomn plpj unit tho electric wlroc 1110 In plnce, and tlio contrnctors miy tho Imlldliu w ill ha t'omplotiHl on tlina, Auiut l.i;h. It noi'ins nhnost Incrmliblo when wo cjihTiIsT" them wiin nothing douo until iiliout tlio inld dlo of April. "The world do move." , one Clootl Turn Deserves Aiiotimr. Fellow Passenger Pardon inc. your liecktlu hns been Htlcklug out for sonic time. I refiulned from telling you sooner In'ciiuhc those young Indies Hecmeil ho much mutiNcd, Fiirmcp Tlinnkec; nu the oil from thnt lamp has been clroppiu on thnt light over conto' yourn for the lust ten minutes, but every ono noonicd ho tickled tluit I h ited to poll tho fun. London Tlt-Hlts. An Kuiliiirruasliii; Delay "1 cr I il-dldn't bring the ring night," lioKiiid In mi embarrassed tone. to "Why, Ilenryl Why notf" she nsked inn ttevcro tone, and with n repioacliful look. "Well or the fact Is er the other tho other girl who cr who had it hasn't er hasn't cent It Imck yet." Harper' Iluznr. Waterproof. Toto Htnnds in ecstatic conteiuplntion iu (rout of nn India rubber warehouse. '.Mamina. H.iy, wlutt'H that?" "Tluit Is 11 illvcr'n costiinie." "Oh, do buy mo one, mammy tlenrl" "Wlint for" "For when you wash 111c!" Exchange. Hensomible. Bummer Is lute this year, but It lias come ut lust. A dealer in house fuel, not having been able to clear out ills stock, Iiiih posted on his door the following notice: "(iood firewood for the summer season, idvlng out very little heat." Intrun hlgennt IlliiHtre. Cuime untl K fleet. Clublwrly Didn't you cnll on Miss Pink erly the other night in your new sultf Tutter Vcs, why do you nskf Clubberly I met her the next morulnrj and she was so deaf she couldn't hear 11 word 1 wild. Clothier and Furnisher. C'luso lleUtliilislilp. "June, who was that mini with whom you walked out Inst ovenlngf" "Plenso 'in, my twin brothel. " "Dut he'H nut u bit like you!" "You kuow, iim'nin, wenroHtep twins." Ulk. J Why wear out jour rubber hose dragging th;in over tin ground I You cnu save the price of your hoso In one season, to sny noth ing of tho convenience a ITordtd, If you will get one of thoo Imtuoveil hoso reels at Dean & Hortou's, 1M0 O street. Step in nnd set. them. Chns, Slnttery, protouioiutl honeshoer nnd farrier. Diseases of the feet tieated bj- the latest scientific modes. Horseu'alled for nnd returned. New ship 41(1 South Eleventh street, between K and L, Finest ice cream In the city nu I hand somest refreshment pulois. at the Iloutou Poehltr'soliUtand, Twelfth uui V streets. Wo will tnko j-oiir Kiibscrlptlou for nny publication nt publishers best prices, nt tho C'OUltlKK News I)eN(i, Hill N street. Special 01 den for Hue enkes, suerb Ice cretin and ices promptly deliveied to tiny part of the city. Telephone No. 457. Kjo unit Kar Mirifeiin. Dr. W. L. Dnytou, oculist nnd aunst, IWl O street, telephone .'17ft, Lincoln, Nebr. Hrown's Hestnuniut is In n new locntlod I'.M North 10th stieet nud is known us the beautiful new Cafe lloynl. It Is a noticeable fact that Cook-Hniley Giocery Co. Is dally becoming headquarters tor Hue tens, COlTees and spices. The most delicious Ico cream and ices In Lincoln can be found nt the Hon Ton par lors Poehler's old stand. The Ronton bakery Is the pl.ice to get good whoUsome biend. Try it. Corner of Twelfth nnd 1 stieets, Tho Cnfe Hoynl the handsomest in cents to 1? 15. (II row n's the city. lUMnurnut) is Me iU from 1ft KC linking Powuer, Sft ounces ift cents Absolutely Pure. Have you tried lit Arihei de.itlst. Fine gold nud bildgo woikn s;o:iulty. Ill ace block. Nothing llko New England grnhnin breads or graham gems, Uenleia sell it. for K C linking Powder, -ft ouces jft cents, Ab-olutely Pure. Have you tiled ill L. Umr, jeweler, leuioved to llfi.' O street. WOMAN is the pivot upon which Trade Turns. A nnmtcr of years ago I suggested to ono of my clients thnt ho place aa advertisement for goods used exclu sively by men In n pnper supposed to bo rend exclusively by women. Tha advertisement nppenred; itcontlnuod In that paer several oonsocutlvt ears. The notunl mall cash tales, coming directly from that advertise ment, wero two or three times aa great, reckoning proportionate cost, tbnn catno from the same advortise ment In nny of the hundred papers my client was advertising In. Bine then I hnve mndo these experiment many times, until I bellevo I have m right to claim that tho experiment lias passed Into fnct. MiiA'i O. Fowlir, Jr., Adrtrtlting Exptrt. The CouutEH It the favorite journal among the lad Ion of Lincoln and adjacent country. Plant your announcement In lt columns and reno best results. COMPUMHXTS OF THE SEASON lincoln Salt take "'aV The New Pleasure Resort H FREE ADMISSION I- Dancing Pavillion Refreshment Hall STEAMERS SAIL AND ROW BOATS for LAKE EXCURSIONS Turlington gcach Finest llatlilng nnd Swlinmlnj; west of Mnnlntttiin, liar Harbor or Long llrancli. ISA THING SUITS FURNISHED GEO. SPliNCUR, Manager. USE I iiW'AKD'S CREAM OF ROSES. TbemostexQUlslie iircrmrattnn fortheaklav Qnres Chapped llanUs, Chafid or boald4 ikln. Removes Tan and Freckles, Ladla pro use ana Tviinlt. drugglM. NOTICE. In the District Court of I.ttiiriisterCoiiut.v, Nebraska.. ltobort Peterson, plnlutltT, vs Mary K (loodrleh, Oeo. I) (looilrlcli ami Oliver Davis, defendants. Mary E. Goodrich iiiiilGeorico O. Goodrich ilefondents will take 1101 lie that oil the Illlh dny of July IS'JJ. Itobert Peterson plalntill' herein tiled bis petition In the District Court of (.ancestor County Nebraska avalust said defeuilunt tlio object nnd prayer of which Is to Inforcc tho specific p-rfurmuureof 11 con tract made by defendants by their ttKcnt WlllUm ll.Chirk to ulalnllirfor the convey mice o' lot six In block twelve In South Liu coin Lnncesttr County Nebriiskn for the court to reo 11 1 re them to received from tlio Plaintiff tho Hum of 11,700, toicot her with tho sum of 4KU paid by one William II. Clnrlc. agent of ine iHii'iiiiiinis. nun nun out oisaiu i,sw 1110 pliiliitllt'askH that there may bo deducted the sum of ?l.0.') out of said sum of fl,$iM and Interest to lie paid on theinortitiiKo running to one Kate ilriilnnril, mul Hint 1 efeniliiuts bo compelled to execute nt'-l deliver lo plalutlir 11 ikt-d of said premiss, with coeniiuts of Kuuernl warranty, mul thnt ilelendaiils he put out of nsse.slou 01 said premises mul plain tilt' be put Into MiHMsiori lliereol, and lorsuch furtbrr reliefs as Justlrn i.ml equity may re quire. You are reiiulred to "luuer said pelltlon on or before the 'Jith day 'r Mixust lsirj Daled nt Lincoln trils IHtli day of July Is!'.'. ItollKIIT I'KTKIIhOS, 7-lfl-4t lty Pound .V llurrhls Attomejs. NOTICK. Lincoln, Nkii.,Juiio10, IsW. H. It. Lewis will takeuollee that 011 IhoTth dny of June, hi. Charles II. Koxworlhy. Jus tice of the pcuceof Lincoln precinct. Lancas ter county, Nebraska, Issued an order of at tachment for tho sum of HU.N'i Iu mi action then lx'iidlm; before blin.whereln the Clnrksoii coiiqinny Is plaliillll'iiud It. II. Lewis, defend, nut, that the property of the defendant con sisting of one trunk, ono coat and vent, ono pair pnnts nnd vest, one spy ulnss, under wear, Uioks and sundry mtlcles has been ut tnehed under said order. Mild cause wu con tinued to the --M dny of July, 1st)., nt U o'clock p. III. CLAUKSON LAUNIIUI COJII'ANV, Plnlntlti: by Holmes, Cornish A Lnuib, Its attorneys. Lincoln, Nebraska, June loth, lw. siir.iurr sai.i:. Notice Is heieby given thnt by virtue of nu execution Issued by the elei I; of the district court of the Second judicial district of Ne btuskii, within mid tor Lancaster county, in nu action wheieiu The IStnto National Hunk Is plalntill', and Tliisloie F. Ilarues,ctiil ,nto defeiiilants, 1 will, at 'J o'clock p. in., on the IStli day of July, A. I). IMri, at tho east door of tho couit hiitise In city of Lincoln, Ijiiichs ter county, Nebraskn, olfer for sale at publlo miction the following described real estate to wit; All of lot two ii) ami the west one half (wjlof lot one II) cf block four (I) of Mc Mtutrj's nddltloii to Lincoln, Liflicnster cniiutj', Nebrmka. Given uuilei' my bund this IHIidnvof June, A. 1). 1SW. Ham McCLAY.'HIieilir. Positive cure fo- Pull Itheum. ounce it, peritenon r.xcciicni 101 kwlntf PrfAet l- Ii irn,,H44 trlia i oenla. Hold he all llrsl-class NOT AS REPRESENTED 11 1 1. . Appearances are I 1 im S T' J" r" 7 . "S T'v irTC-- vnKtsT "ItV11" -' ,x grrx siv " This is the prcdicnincnt that the man found himself in who bought FuiTiiture from a rival house, represented to be just as good as ours. Fact, however, is, they can't put up the goods at our prices, and consequently work off inferior Fur niture at prices that ought to buy good goods, In picture No. 3 the man is not to be found, lie is at our store this time, knowing what he gets of us will be strong, durable, well made and just as represented. Civ lTi1ciimmor 's nw n progress. During uur nidsui'Tyner luly trndc l-xusxuxy miicr, Qrjri"f"ir0 3il m,t wc ll011t propose to allow C9C3CI I J lV5 0dl that t0 intcrcrc With our, thus far big trade. We'll keep the business booming, All Chamber Sets, Carpets, Refrigerators, Gasoline Stoves, Etc. have been marked down to cost prices and when we say cost prices, it means more than the idle talk of competitors for we buy direct from the factory and not from jobbers. It won't take long to convince yourself of this fact. Why not step in and see? LINCOLN FURNITURE CO. HOTEL CASCADE, f SE-fis-SCOST 1892 CCPEIISrS JTJTB 20, E. K CRILEY & CO., Prop's. ANo Proprietors CentropolU Hotel, Knnsns Cit, Missouri. This charming resort, the most beautiful in Colorado, is located on the Colorado Midland Knlhond, about two hours tide from Denver, nnd twelve miles from Colorado Springs. The hotel accommodations with the Rnmonn, the largest and most elab orately furnished resort hotel In the state, nnd the Cascade House, both being under the same management this season, will be unequalled in the mountains. A good east ern Orchestra lias been engaged for the season. Even thing towards furthering the comfort nnd enjoyment of the guests will be provided. Boating on the lake, Lawn Tennis, Croquette, Hunting nnd Fishing arc among the attractions. Guides will he iu attendance to show and explain to visitors the points of Interest In these famous canons. The Pike's Peak drive, the highest in the world, begins In front of the Ka 111011a hotel. For further information address, E. K. CRILEY & CO., Cascade, Colo. German National Bank, LINCOLN, NEB. loscpli Hoehmer, President, Herman II. Sehaberg, Vice Pi est. Chas E. Walte. Cashier, O. J. Wllco, A sst. Cashier Capital . Surplus $100,000.00 Transacts a General Banking Business Issues Lcttt-is of Credit, drnws Drafts on nil pints of the world. Korean Collections a speclnlty. NOW FOR MILLINERY! THE Summer season is here and we've got too many hats, bonnets and tlowers on hand. If yon want anything in that line, come in and we'll guarantee prices will be satisfactory. THEYMUSTGO! Step in and see for yourself. All the latest goods at sacri fice bargains. 121 1 O Street. often Deceptive! iKrnn - n;-n- n 4v RAMONA COLORADO. CUT PRICES -IN- Hj HisUaVLW ;' aaaWi HH.Ul 'aBBBBaVvnH'lliiPPBMiLil PRICES NO OBJECT. THE LEADER.