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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1802.
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COMF1. MKXTS OF TIIR MASQAT
The Nw Pltaiure Rtiort
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor
WK8HKIiHTKVKNM I'HINTINO CO.,
11.11 N Hlreet.
Tolaphoiioo-OlllOJ. an. H idoltco, ffiW.
Htiliarrlprlon ItMtr. In AiWiaiirr.
I'or niimitii fin) I Three months ....ft.
Hlxmonths I.M) Hlnglo copies fie;
Kutercd ut tlio c.stolllce of Lincoln, Nob,,
as second class mutter.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 69,000.
COIIAL IS THE COLOR.
WILL BE FASHIONABLE IN NEW
YORK THIS FALL.
Finest Bathing and Swimming went of
Manhattan, Bar Harbor or
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GEO. Sl'ENCHR, Manager.
DR. HENRI A. MARTIN'S
FOH thk cum: OK
The meeting of tlio republican state ceil
trnl committee Monday owning In tlin pnp
lorn of tlio Capital hotel wan by far the most
exciting and acrlmonlou republican meeting
ever hold In till slate, where liiterneclnn
war ban ko often marked republican cam
paigns. The committee met to organise for
the campaign, an lmortaut work In Itself,
but Itn significance wan forgotten In the bit
ter fight over the selection of n candidate for
llrutciiant governor to 1111 the vacation canned
by the Ineligibility of Hev. J. 0. Talt. Tom
Major, he of the hickory shirt, wax the fav
orite, but Hosewatur, who ompnsred Ma
jor' defeat for the nomination for governor,
wan there to protest. The committee very
unwisely permitted llnsawatcr to come ho
fore It nnil seak In opiwsltiou to Majors, its
till necessitated the granting of permission
to Majors and hit friend to reply. Their re
pile were full of unguarded bitterness to
ward llosewater. and at the clone of the
meeting Major wan not only put on the
ticket by the unanimous vote of the commit
tee, but llosewater wan hissed and n great
deal of very bad blood win exhibited. How
water hai been a owerful dictator in repub
lloan politics, but It certainly look ns If the
nl of hli authority haa been snapped short
off, although he Is still Nebraska's represent
ative on the republican national committee
and, It Is generally believed, stands more
than an equal chance of becoming oitmas
ter-geuernl in case Harrison Is re-elected.
Our own Tom Cooke, who is certainly not
lacking In capacity, In all the phases of the
word, was elected secretary of the state com
mittee. Ho far as his duties are concerned,
at least, the coining republican campaign
will tie a brilliant and eternal success, mean
time llosewater promised to support the
ticket, even with Majoi "stiaine upon it. Ills
promise, however, Is looked upon by many
with about the same coiilldence that a teal
ous 10 republican bestows uon the silver
dollar as good money. It Is taken with a
few grains of allowance.
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test effects In
lair Goods, Ornaments
anda'fiHl line or most approved Cosmetics
may also be round there. .
Hair Diesslng and Munlcurlng done on
abort not lee and In the very latest atylcs,
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114 North 14th st
FIIUIT ADDITION TO
The most beautiful suburban prop
erty now on the market. Only
three b'ock from the handsome I In
coin Normal University und but
three blocks from the proposed
elect 1 la railway. There lots erenow
being placed on the market at
bCNdlng!; Low Prices and Easy Terms
Fr plat, terms and Information, call on
M. W. FOLSOM, TRUSTEE,
luarance. Real KsUte and Loan Ilroker
1 St, Nswmaa Block. lMBObtreet
Kxperlence Is rapidly leading to tho con
clusion that young men In politics are not in
an element most conducive to their future
usefulness as citizens or their present desira
bility for the companionship of either man,
woman or lieast. Contact with politics in
anything like n place of authority or politi
cal prominence inevitably swells a young
man's head abnormally and disgustingly.
There are many proofs of the assertion as
has been demonstrated lure In Lincoln of
late, Young men Intrusted and honored by
positions of prominence among tholr follows
have distrusted even tho young men who
honored them, by their presumptlous Inso
lence nod arrogance. 'And there is no deny'
log that the politician's trade Is neither a
morally elevated or financially profitable one
in wnicu to rear up a sou. it cer
tainly cannot be both. If he' is a moral
young man he will be a loser financially from
intercourse with politics. This Is a tMigh
commentary on tho jtolltli-s which control tho
destiny of this splendid nation, but the pro
position Is easily susceptible of proof In any
community. It can almost bo said and prov
en that an honest man who would not stoop
to brlliery, hypocracy or demagogy cannot
be a successful aspirant for political favors.
Let it be remembered that Judge Field has
undertaken no poom of ease when he accept
ed tho challenge of Congressman Bryan to
discuM tho Issue of the campaign before the
people. Ho has undertaken to cope with a
man who (lung his pet theories Into the teeth
ot the flower of the opos(ce olltlcal faith in
cougrets and not one of them stood up suc
cessfully to dispute them. It Judge Field
does so successfully It will be desei ving of
the gratitude und fealty of his party. And
he has started out so to do,
To Major Charles K, Magoon moro than to
any one man, or to any bait-dozen for that
matter, ou'sldo of the members ot the repub
Mean state central committee, Is duo the
credit ot securing the location of republican
headipiarters at Lincoln during the approach
ing campaign. He stood up before the com
mltteeand made a winning tight, single
handed, almost, and it U confidently asserted
that had it not been for his efforts the head
quarters would have been taken to Omaha.
For president in IS!, C. E. Magoon.
Oils Harper filers L' Miitnn Valuable)
rolntrrsitn Autumn Nlylrs l'ulnt t.urrs
Will ll Conspicuous New Fall Hllks.
Htrlpeil Fabrics fur Whiter.
Nttw YoitK, Aug 85. Olio of tho prot
tlcflt material now in vogno suitable
for both Indoor nnil outdoor wear
croiKn, nnd tho largo variety of colors
mnko it available for almost overy need,
It in light for homo wear, nnd being no
f.'A B0" nn' -luxlhlu
W2& U 1h 'Nt t,iu
alnn blotiHO ef
fects, often living
inailo in two or
even tlirco well
of which 1110HH or
rush green 1m ill
nioHt Rtiro to bu
Thero in n now
fancy nltotit to
bo put forwar-'
of fawn or graj
crop on flecked
with white, an
though a ilitlTy
fallen hero mid
BNOWFI.AKF. Cltl'.fON. til 0 TO. TllCSO
flakfH aro tnftH of ullky whito wool or
silk, nnil no worcln could glvo an idea of
mich bounty achieved with Mich nimplu
An oxiiuInHo costuino limdo of gray
croK)n, flecked with white, wiih flnlrihcd
biHt week by a loading lionso, and it will
do honor to tho HtrrutH of Now York b
noon us "tho Hcanon" now drawing to a
cIoho ia over. The riklrt i entirely plain,
but the back 1h laid in deep nnd aniplo
plaits. Tho jacket is coat Khnpe in tlio
back. It fullM away in front, (lisclosing
n plaited uhirt veftt of cream white
surah, buttoned with coral stndH. Tho
sleeves nro puffed to tho elbow, and
thero aro rovn of froHtetl silver buttoiiH.
Pearl glovea and gray hat, with coral
colored ribbon nnd pluine.i.
By tho way, coral is coming into stylo
again, and tho color will nl no bo fimh
ionnble. Thero aro several shades of
coral, from palo pink to deep red, but
thero is a quality about It which distin
guishes It from any othor red. It is very
becoming to almost any lady, young or
I noticed among the new goods eoino
mourning crepons nnd somo with whito
broendod figures for half mourning.
There has been very little half mourn
ing worn for a long time, bnt it is com
ing into voguo again, nnd tnoro aro
many now patterns in foulards and
crepons, nnil somo shot silks where black
and mauve nro mingled. Man vols real
ly an old lady's color, nnd nothing bo
comes one so well ns a dress nil mnuvo
or mnuvo and blnck, with a little flue
old luce, or, falling that, with n full ker
chief of tullo or crepe lisao.
Tho importers show n wonderful list
of heavy, coarse looking yellow laces, In
imitation of old point do Venice, and
tell us that that nnd point de geno,
Brussels point nnd Irish point will sim
ply smother tho nicest fnll nnd winter
gowns. The old Flemish point is also
closely imitated. Mrs. Frank Leslie has
n flounce of real Venetian point nearly
forty inches deep, and it is certainly ono
of tho finest pieces of that kind of loco
in this country. How many yonrs it
must hnvo taken somo patient pair of
hhnda to make it no ono knows.
and Imck. Rll.lmns of tho osnet shndo
wcro tastefully nrrnugedon tho corsage;
lint of yollcw straw lined with bluu
crnim and trimmed 'with blue plumes
Btrlpcd and spotted winter fabrics aro
to 1h offered. It is rather hoped that
stripes will have tho preference.
I saw n hat yesterday that struck me
for its daring novelty. The hat, it-elf
had a brim that was nearly twlco too
full for a brim, no it had to Ik) doubled
nnd twisted Into nearly ovory conceiv
able flourish to bring it into tho required
dimensions, It was made of whole
straw rush, green in color nnd indeed
nil this family appears to wish to pass
off for rushes and thero was no crown
except a slight peak. Right in tho cen
ter of this jieak stood n bit of rough
chorry branch, natural, and from that
hung downward tho clusters of leaves
and luscious cherries. These bobbed
about ridiculously with tho wearer's
movements, but tho hat iUelf was not
only becoming but pretty such magic
lies in a milliner's fingers.
Almost every stylo of rihlion is being
worn now, even to gauze and velvet, nnd
tho moro you can pile on tho better.
Parasols for fnll aro very handsome.
Tho handles aro veritable works of art.
Thero is little lace seen on tho newest
parasols and no chiffon.
EVOLUTION OF THE BUCKBOARD.
Invented by Iiiipcrutilitiis HiirnlUls, It
lias llcroiiio 11 Fiislilounblo Vehicle
Boston, Aug. 25. When city visitors
first began to Hock to tho Adirondack
and tho summer resorts 011 tho coast of
Maiuo, notably Bar Harbor, they found
a queer kind of vehicle in uso by tho
natives. About nil there was to it was
n hickory plank, nailed or spiked to two
axles, with a Ikix to sit on and to hold
miy trnps that wero to bo carried. The
spring of tho plnnk answered in plnco of
tlio steel springs usually put on buggies,
nnd no mutter how rough tho rond, you
could not break it. All tho country
peoplo used them, nnd though tho ridors
hud tho benefit of tho ruts mid stones,
it would bring them safely through.
They wero called "bucklioards," I sup
poso from the similarity of the spring of
the lioard to tho buck of a horse.
Upon tho mountain roads, with tho
spirit of frolic in tho visitors, tho boxes
used for seats wero frequently taken off
und eight or ten would sit on the plank.
It was lots of fun, nnd overyliody could
go nt tho same time. After becoming
accustomed to tho accommodating buck-
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There Is a splendid oienlng for someyouus
democrat of good attainments and address to
r-llp Into tue olllce ot state superintendent of
public Instruction. For reasons which were
more or leu freely dlscutsed In the corridors
during the republican state convention,' Mr.
Ooudy iIom not njoy the popularity among
the leaJeis of his rty that might be ex
pected. It Is suspected that he has uot'beeu
decidedly liberal to his friends, ulthough the
office, as he has adminihtered it, has been on
of the most lucrative in the state bouse.
Some democrat who can make a spirited
canva and stands well in school work hns a
pre-eminently good opportunity to win the
place unless Mr. Ooudy does some belated
work squaring himself.
The nomination of Hon. J. B. 8trode tor
district judge by the republicans last Mon
day was unanimous and will add streugtu to
the local ticket. Jese Strode has some warm
aud Influential fi lends la this county and
they would not gracefully have submitted to
bis disappointment In this matter. Ho had
stepped out of Judge Field's way and er-
nutted him to secure the congressional nomi
nation, and his frleuds had ludlclent grounds
for expecting his nomination to succeed
Judge Field on the bench.
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LOVELY FALL OOWN8.
It is small satisfaction, however, to
own so costly a piece of luce and know
that your noxt dooi neighbor can have
nn imitation thnt would pass muster for
n few dollars.
Among tho new fall silks there nro n
number of handsomo stripes in mono
chrome, nnd a largo number whero th
stripes nro formed of a floral pattern.
Foulards nro also woven in floral pat
tern, tho pattern being stamped upon
the threads thnt form tho wnrp tieforo
the woof is woven in, which gives tho
flowers n vnguo nnd misty softness of
outlino that is most pleasing. A lovely
visiting gown in this stylo of silk Is
Illustrated here. Tho vino or stripo is
made of successive violets nnd foliage
on a fawn ground. The skirt is sheath
shaped in front, with a princess bnck.
withWatteau plnit hanging fronuiho
neck. Around the bottom aro thretnlnt
rows of moss green ribbon. Tho half
belt is of moss green surah, as is also tho
vest plastron. Bertha frills of laco com
plete the gown. A pagoda 'hat, with
violets nnd lace, is worn with tho toilet.
I notice n'return to thick camel's hnlv
In light colors for dressy gowns for
young Indies as well ns forhnndsomo
toilets for elderly ones.
A pnlo gray-blue camel's hair was
made with n very slightly draped skirt,
which owned over a tmnel of imitation
point do Venice. Tho waist had a guimpo
of tho sauio pud wus gathoreu in iroui
Absolutely Pure JustT1iy.t.
r.r.JAAUO aVCO. KAIUAl CITV.MO
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Manufacturers Agent !
I have just received nt my repository, direct from thc-factory, a large line of FIItST
CLASS U'OIiKf and am offering then nt prices that positively dis
tance all competitors. Sec my line of
A SI.NQLK BUCKBOARD.
boards people going into the country
wero unwilling to again bo cramped up
in n buggy or surrey. They began to
ask tho currifttfo makers for buckboards,
and now, in placo of the ono plank with
a box for a seat, costing anywhere from
fifteen to twenty dollars, buckboards
come as high as $300. The passenger
does not use a dry goods box, but up
holstered scats with cushioned backs,
and somo builders have gono so far ns to
get out curved nnd cushioned seats.
Buckboards for eight pooplo, instead of
being considered luxurious when tho
plnnk was planed, now have rows of
cushioned seats, nnd, most remnrknblo
of nil, they have springs.
Tho buckVoard now has more styles
than miy o,..cr kind of trap and is qulto
costly. Tho wood is usually stained
or varnished, but it is sometimes paint
ed. In fact, tho vehicle has so far de
generated that almost any kind of trap
painted yellow is called n buckboard.
Tho cushions are generally yellow leath
er or light corduroy that is certain to
shrink nt tho first wetting and givo
forth a ieculinr odor. Along with its
other points of degeneration is its pres
ent liability to got out of order. Tho
original buckboard was like the famous
"ono horso chaise," warranted to last
forever, but tho modern improvement is
forever going to the shop for repairs.
All tho large carriage factories are to
day turning out yellow vehicles called
buckboards und are doing a rushing
Tho harness has kept pace with tho
transformation of tho old plank nnd
nxles. With these any kind of harness
was used. The villngo shoemaker could
make good enough harness for tho orig
inal buckboard. Both the buckboard
nnd tho harnecs wero yellow, because
thnt wns tho natural color of tho wood
In tho ono case and of the leather in the
Tho harness makers could not seo any
money in untanned harness, so they
put tho luathcr through various proc
esses until it Iwcanie n rich red yellow.
They worked silver nnd ovon gold
plates Into it, with monograms, rosettes
and other fancy things, until a set of
harness for the modorn buckboard costs
as much ns that for a trotter or carriage.
Then of course tho horso was changed.
People who enly drove four or fivo
miles in nn nfternoon did not need tho
stout built if ugly fellow that was ac
customed to travel rough mountain
roads all day. He had no stylo about
And nil the latest Novelties In the Carriage line. Being manufacturer's agent
some of the greatest factories, I am in a position to offer goods at closer
figures limn retailers. It will pay you to call and see my
NEW LINE before making purchases.
E. R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O STREET
1540 O STREET
f Season 1892 opens j-TjnsnE 20, '
E. K CRILEY & CO., Prop's.
Also Proprietors Ccntropolls Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri.
This charming resort, the most beautiful in Colorado, Is located on the Colorado
Midland Railroad, about two hours ildc from Denver, and twelve miles from Colorado
Springs. The hotel accommodations with the Kamona, the largest and most elab
orately furnished resort hotel in the state, and the Cascade House, both being under
the same management this season, will be unequalled In the mountains, A good east
ern Orchestra has been engaged for the season. Everything towards furthering the
comfort and enjoyment of the guests will be provided. Boating on the lake, Lawn
Tennis, Croquette, Hunting and Fishing are among the attractions. Guides will be In
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 Ra
mona hotel. For further Information address,
E. K. CRILEY & CO., Cascade, Colo.
NOW FOR CUT PRICES
S I !a"-" ajC A Vyf
FAB1UONAIILK DOU1ILK HIO.
him, nnd etylo was what they were
after. That was tho time for tho cob
with tho dock tal to mnko his appear
an :e. Ho is short in liody, round and
smooth, and fed us ho is on grain almost
exclusively, is very stylish and nervous,
champing his bit, as they nay, aud look
lug pretty. The buckboard is today a
very fashionable equipage, capable of
many transformations and shapes.
R. T. Titnni-i:.
HE Summer season is here and we've got too many hats,
bonnets and flowers on hand.
that line, come in and we'll
THEYMUST GO I
It you want anything in
guarantee prices will be
PRICES NO OBJECT.
Step in and sector oursclf. All the latest
1211 O Street.
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