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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER i, 1802.
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llo'Mn I "slersln Flrsl-Chi
Pianos ft Organs
Wo entry Oio largest ami I'"! selected stts'k
to tx found III i 1 1 V house III Mm w'l. unit sell
nt iiinniirneHnvrtrjiriTu, fnronMuir mi eny
.Stti It up
SffiliiiiUivwnl '"'! Hock prices unit on
Srrowl I Mini (livi'i. II" i'i.
.Serum I Ifiiinl I'iim. I.U up
Instrument rented und lent ttllnncd pur
ehased. riio in stencilled trash so niton Inu
posed upon buyer wo tin ini handle nur rcc
omtnrml. A g.ind sliimhtrd uiakoccnutlhaud
Instrument Is to bo prererred In much of lliu
now clii'iip trnh sold, ('nil mill see nt or
wrlto for catalogue und price. Your patron.
11 U j solicited unit highly nppieeluted.
Max Meyer & Bro. Co.,
16th and Fnrnnm, Omaha.
year of the moit lucccuful Qutrtetly
More Ihin ll.OIIO LEADING NEWS
PAI'KKSin North America tuve complimented
thla publication during iti flrit year, anj unl
tciiilly concede that Itt number) aflonl the
brUhtett and moit cnterulnlnir rcidlnu that
can be haJ.
l'ubllhcvl ut day of September, December,
Match and June.
Ak Newidealer (or It, or nend the price,
BO oonta, In ttampt or pottal note to
21 Wttt 23d St., New York.
tff" Thia brilliant Quarterly If ) made up
from the cirunt year iitueaoi Town Tonct,
but contalnt the twit notln, tketchea, bur
Icxiuca, HKiu. wlttlcltma, etc., from the Uek
MKi.ihr, ul that unique journal, admittedly
the critpnt. raclett, mott complete, and to all
JIliN AND WONKN the moit interett
Idk weekly ever luued.
Tgwi Toftci, pr jm, 11,09
TaliirnaTomTgfUi, pnyur, 1.09
Til two ehltia, 0.00
Town Tonct tent 3 month on trial (or
N. Il.-l'revloui Not. ol "Taim" will be
promptly (orwarded, poatpald, on receipt ol
BO cnii cb.
(j)mw National Bank
Joseph IJjohmor, 1'ioldeut,
HeMun II, Schaberg, N'lce Iict.
Chit. K. Wnlte. Cnnhlcr,
O. J ,'Wllcov, i. Cnhhlcr
Nulled of I'lilillcNlloii.
Lloyd Mnlono, cotton M mono, Morn Hollo
M alone. Katy M alone. Aliwrl xinioue. Hurnh
A. Hhoonhell nud Kretlirlck tl. Kill will Inko
notloo Hint on II10 SStli ilny of Jnuunry, IM)I,
ttlia NebroikH Hiock Ynnla Co., of Lincoln,
Neb., pl'ilntltr herein, tied lua petlilnn In tho
dlitrlot court of Uiucniter county, Nebnmkn,
anlnt mild dufendittiU, tlio otOeet and prayer
of which 11 r to forecloHo n certain morlKuao
executed by Hamuel McClny to this plalntlrT,
upon th rnllowlnx defcrlbett reiil I'ttatu.
Iota tlirr(3)Hiul four lln bkn-k 11I110 (9)
tt'ul Iota flrteeii (U) and elulileen (18) In block
'twantvtriii,'l In West Lincoln. I.nuciuter
Muinir. Nebrnaka to aecuiv the nnviuuiil of
two certain proniliory note, dated on the 3lt
ilny of July. IH tor the mill of ia.7ocacli,
Hid duo anil livable In two mid three years
from tlio dnto Hereof; upon tho laid note
and morUit"ihiro I eow dneimd puynblo
the aumol llvo haudnd kind tltty-two dollar
nml eventy-nvecjiil (K2.7S), Tor which mini,
with Interest front thla; date, plnlntltrpnir
f,tr a dwtee, ind Him ilefen 'nnla bo rcipilreil
to pay the nine, nr thnt wild preuiUc tuny bo
athl toiitlfy tpe unirmnt found dim. You
nre required lnnfr mid petition on or lo
.fore thoSUtd.iynf Oeioln-r, iku
Nkhr.ka STock Yaiiim Co.,
Of Lincoln, .Nvbrtukn.
"By Its llnriiey,
Duwe, (l.'lt'rolh A CuunliiKluim.
Daiedtho lOlltdity iifMeplemKT, 6iri. O-'Jl-J
llteDlatrlrt Court of LHiiraater County
Jlernervy A. Crater.
Mernervy A, L'rater, nonrestileut dofend
tt, you nre hereby not I tied Hint ontlioflth
.lav of Henti'intxT. IKU. John Crater tiled n
peflllon nicalnsl you In the dUtrlct court of
Lancaster county, Nehruikn, tho object unit
prayer of which wn to obtain n divorce from
to 11 on llm Ground Hint ynu hnve been irulltv
of e xtrcme crueltv toward the plulntlff with
required lo answer snld petition on or bo-
aionuny, titu tuiii tiny in wcioiier, inu..
John ("hatkh. I'lnlntltr.
lly round A llurr, Ills Att'ys.
To ITnrTmnn L. limit, non-resident defend
ant: You are hereby untitled Hint nu Septem
ber 6, IS'J. Martlnetlo .. Hush tiled a petition
BgiilnM you In tho dKtrlct court of Lancaster
county. Neb., theobjtcl and prayer of which
la to obtain 11 divorce from you on tin ground
tha t j oil. bring of sufficient ability to provide
suitable maintenance for plnlnHh", grossly
and wantonly and cruelly refused uml neg
lected an loilo, nml Hint yim have trenied the
riot niiiuMl, scried DlnlnlUf In February. Itsil.
Jinilltlll witn e.Mrciiic i-rueur. nun wiiiioui
Von ar required tnanswerfald petition on or
before .Muiuluy, Octoiter 17. isW.
.1M4 llyT.C. Miinger, Alt'y.
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NeORASKA'B BUTE FAMILY NHWSPAPEn-
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor.
vkhhi:i..ti:vknh iMtisristi uo.,
111.11 N Hi reel.
Tolophnuei-Oitlc a VI. Ilcsi I I ' . J I
Suhsc rlprlou Hate. In Advance,
IVr ntiiiiiiii, ... fi.tmrniren mouth rtv.
Mix mtiiii tin ., .. I no Mingle cnplc ftcj
Kntortd nt tho pi.stnllloi of Lincoln, Neii.,
n second elnss matter.
POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 65,000.
THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME.
I'repnrrtl for lite Nntlonnl Columbia i
I'ulillo School t'etehrittlnn nf Oct. Ul.
T IS now known
to all realtors
Harrison lms is
sued 11 proclainn
Hon nnmlng Oct,
SI ns thutrno tut
nlvorHitry of tlio
A m or I on, and
its obaervitnco by
In nil tlio schools of tlio United States.
A uniform progrummo for ovcry school
in America, to bo usod on Columbus
Day simultaneously with tlio dodicntory
exercises of tlio World's Columbian ex
position grounds in Chicago, will glvo
I nn Impressive unity to tho popular colo
, brntion. Accordingly, when tho super
j intendents of education lust February
I accepted tho plan for this national pub
1 lie school celebration, they instructed
their executive committee to prepare an i
ofllclnl progrmumo of exercises for the
day, uniform for every Bchool.
Tlio following progrnmmo has been
prepared by tho committee:
Tliu Kclmuln tliould iwncmblo nt 9 a. in. In
llii'lr viirliiitH rooms. At 0:30 tlio iletnllof vct
vruna la oxptctitt to nrrlvo. It la to bo mot nt
tlio vtitrntico or tlio J unl by tho coior uunnl uf
pupil. tttcorltHl with illunlty to tho building
ml iiroaoiiled to tho principal. Tho prlnolp.il
tlii'ii lve the ilunnl mid tho dovvral tvnthers '
conduct their pupil to the ynnl, lit drumbeat
or other tniulc, nud hrraiiKu them In hollow
anuaru nbntit tho Mint, tho rotemtt nud color
I Ktuiril Ink lint plnce by tho llnu Itself. The
nmicr or cvreiuiiuiv titvii u'tvc 1 no commniul,
"Attentlonl" nttd belu tho cxcrelne by read
ItiK tho prochktuallon.
1. IlKAUINU OK TIIK I'ltKHIDKNT'H IllOO
Lamation. By the Muster of Cere
monies. At tho closo nf the rcadltnthe announces:
"In ncconlnnt.0 with thin rccoiiimeinlntlnn by
the president of the United States, mid naa
alien of our devotion to our country, let tlio
Matt of tho nation be unfurled nbovo this
9. Raising or tiik Flao. By tho Vet
As tho fluu reaches tho mnMhcnd tho vete
ran will lead tho nsomhlat;u In "ThreoCheen
for 'Old tl lory '"
8. Salutk to tiik Flao. By the Pupils.
At n sIkiiiiI from the prlnclpnl tlio pupil. In
orderwl rank, hnnd to llio sldo, face tho II au.
AlintheralunllH ulvent overy pupil (jlvu the
fl the military miIiiIv rlttlit hnnd lifted,
palm downwnrd, to 11 lino with the forehead
and clone to It. Slundlttit thus nil reieut to.
ecther slowly, "I pledge allegiance to my lla
and the republic fur which it slntitls; otto na
tion Indivisible, with liberty and Justice for
all." At tho words "lo my llau" tint' rlu'ltt
baud Is extended gracefully, (uilin upwiird, to
wn nl tho ling, mid rumalua In this gesture till
tho end of the aftlriuatlon. wberutiixin nil
hands Immediately drop to the side., Then,
still standing, na tho Instruments' strike, n
chord, nil will sing "Amerlcn"-"My country,
Il of thee,"
4. Acknowledgment ok Uoi, Pr.iyer
ft. Bono or t'OLUMnua Day. Dy Pupil"
Columbia, my land I all hall tha glad day
Wlien Unit to thy strand Hope pnliitn.1 th"
Hall him who thro' darkness llrst fulloned tin
That led whore tha Mayflower of Liberty in me
Dear Country, the tdnr nf tho valiant and f reel
Thy exiles nfnr nre dreaming of t he.
No fields of thu Karth so euchnutliigly sbltie,
No air breathes such Incense, such mu.de a
Humanity's homel thy sheltering breast
Pale children of Hunger nml 1 1 at led nud
Find life In thy freedom and joy In thy song.
Tho fairest estate the lowly may hold.
Thy poor may grow great, th) feeble gtnvt
For north la the watchword to noble degree.
And mnultood I mighty where manhood j
O union of State iind union of soulsl
Thy promises. waits, thy future unfold.
And earth from her tw (light I bulling tha sun
That rises wbero iwople and ruler., u ru one.
6. The Addukss. "The Meaning of
tho Four Centuries."
A declamation of thu spcchit uddrest pre
pared for the i easlon by Tho Youth's Cum
pnulon. 7. The Ode. "Columbia's B.inner."
A rending of thu poem written for thu occa
sion by Kdna Dean I'liKtor.
Here should follow whatever additional ex
erciaes, patriotic recilnliuu. historic repic
sontatlons or chorals may lm deolred.
8. Addkessks hy Citizens and Na
Francis Bellamy, chairman, represent
ing Tho Youth's Companion, Boston.
John- W. Dickinson, secretary of tho
Massachusetts board of education.
I Thonias B. Stockwell, commissioner
of Rhode Island publlu schools.
W. R. Garrett, superintendent of pub
lic instruction of Tennessee.
Ferris S. Fitch, superintendent of pub
lic instruction of Michigan.
Not Very Long.
Clerk (of summer hotel) How long do
you expect to 1st with us, sir?
finest (pleasantly) I thought I would
remain here long enough to get thin enough
to wear my last year's fall overcoat,-.
clothier nml KnrtiMivr
viotnur ami i urniflicr.
THE GAYEST AVENUE
BROADWAY IS THE MOST INTEREST
ING 8TREET ON EARTH.
Wxllur Welltnan Write of llm llrmn'
tony of I'lrusiire, of Miow, nf l'iililim,
of Kslrnvngniicn tlcnul Iful Women and
Kittirtlnniitn lintel Kreprrs.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 2l. Droadwny, as 1
hnve said before, Is the most Interesting
thorough faro in tho world. And the
moit IntorcHtlug part of Droadwny Im
that which extends from Fourteenth to
Forty-second ntreet, n distunco of u inllu
nud n half. TIiIh In tho Broadway ol
pleasure, of show, of fashion, of o.
trnvngancu. It Ih tho gayest niilo and n
half in tho United State. There it
nothing like it in Chicago, Boatou, Wash
iugton or Philadelphia.
TDK FABIMON PLATH OUIL.
Lot mo endeavor to give you n picturo
of what thin part of Broadway is fifty
hotels, two hundred restaurants, twenty
theaters, a hundred cigar stores, nud 1
don't know how many millinery shops,
jewelry stores, haberdasheries and
drinking saloons. They say thero nro
many gambling houses, too, bnt of this I
knm th, fron, lwnom observntlon.
Still it would not bo surprising if in this
gny section of Brondwny, or nenr by it.
thoro wero tigors lairs and oven woreo
places by the score, for everything thnt
is sportive, reckless, demoralizing and
pleasure giving thrives hero like n green
Tho pooplo who infest this gay Uioaii
wny pj)Cnr to imvo not,nB to do but to
, . nn . u .
Diwiiii iiiiiiiuj'. ruuiu mi uiu iiiuuey
comes from is n mystery to me. To
watch the Broadway crowds spend
money one would never think tliero
woro such things as poverty, want. tl
' spulr in the world.
Not more than ono-half of these plea.i
nre seeking throngs are Now Yorkers.
In n walk along this thoroughfare yo'i
uieet men from all parts of the United
States, from all parts of tho world
Many are respectable and important
persons nt their homes, guests of thu
hotels, in New York 011 business. Many
aro hero merely for pleasure.
If thoro is a spendthrift in this coun
try, a young idiot who has "como Into'
money nntl who is troubled with nu itch
for spending it, the chances nro you
will Iind him along Broadway. If i
dissipated youth is missing fiom home,
here is where his anxious parents should
como in search of him. If there is a
wandering boy who lias, through some
lucky stroko in tho poolrooms, become
imbued with the notion that ho is a
"plunger" and destined to mako his
fortune betting on horse races, u hunt
on Broadway will surely discloso him.
If u pretty, stylish and wayward girl
has run away from homo und failed to
Bond her address to lior sorrowing par
ents.soek her on tho westsidoof Droad
way, between Fourteenth and Forty
While all sorts and conditions of men
and women may bo found on Droadwny
thero are certain places at which you
may bo sure of finding certain kinds
of peoplo. For instance, all the Demo
cratic politicians go to tho Hoffmr.11
IIouso, kept by tho famous Stokes. AH
the Republican politicians go to the
Fifth Avenue hotel.
Sporting men, followers of tho races
may bo found at tho Coleman House
Actors usscmblo at the Grower House.
Washington and Now York stato people
go to tho Uusey House. New England-
OH ACTOrtS' COHNF.R.
era are partial to tho Sturtevaut. South-
j ern visitors, who formerly leglstered at
, tho old Now York hotel, now go to the
With few exceptions tlio New York
hotels nro conducted on tho Etiroiicau
plan, and I should judge nil aro man
aged with a view to making millionaires
of their owuors in tho shortest poxsiblo
time. For two dollars a day thoy will
give you a small bedroom, high up and
I perhaps "inside" merely a pluco to Meop
I If yon want a fairly decent room, such
as you have at homo, yon must pay thuo
or four dollars 11 day, A room with bath
1 is from tivo to coven dollars. If you
j want a parlor or reco, ion room, you
may pay ten or ns many more dollarr
' per day us you like,
These prices, mind yon, aro tor tlio
w'L i r-
''M 'I Ci.
rooms alouo. Vour meals you pay lo,
a you get them-us long as your mouoy
holds out. Tho simplest sort of break
fast fruit, eggs, broad and cou"eo, or
something like that costs you very
nearly a dollar. What the check doesn't
take out of your dollar bill tho waitor
expects and generally manages to get.
Two Uartlutt jiears cott you forty cents;
coffee with cream and what civilized
tnau ever h:ul of coffee without cream';
is only thirty-five cents In Now York!
A fair dinner will spoil 11 two dollar bill.
Your supper or luncheon is $l,r0. Bo
rides you must tip tlio porter ami the
hall hoy and the chambermaid. And if
you have a nice room and live well you
will bo lucky If you get off with less
than eight or ten dollars a day.
Nevertheless thoro are thousands of
peoplo sH)iiillug their money in these
hotels and cafes. Hundreds of fashion-
ablo restaurants are crowded all the
timo. Cabs and carriages are busy. The
I theaters nro full. Fine clothes are seen
I everywhere. Expensive cigars and In
I this part of New York the man behind
tho counter loses respect for you if you
j ask for anything cheaper than three for
a liair n dollar are smoked by tho mil
lion. Wlno Hows ami whisky too.
Broadway financiering Is (picer. Cham
pagno is sold nt tho regulation price of
fll.fiO, but beer Is a dlmo and whliky
twenty cents a drink. In tho Now York
hotels thoy sell you two cent newspapers
for llvo cents, though you can get them
just outside tho door nt publisher's
prices. If you don't leave all your money
in Now York It Is not tho fault of the
Now York hotel keepers.
Tlio part of Broadway of which I
wrlto is most interesting in tho nfter
noon of a fair autumn day. Nowhere
clso that I have been is it possible to yco
so many beautiful women. It seems as
if all tho beautiful women in tho United
States have rendezvoused in this gay
milo nud n half. Their gowns and mil
linery nro poems. For a man I suppose
I havo always taken extraordinary in
terest in fashion magazines. Every
week I uuyono or two, being particular
ly fond of tho London nntl Paris publi
cations. Until 1 visited New York I Iind nover
believed tho sort of gowns ouo sees
pictured in tho Paris fashion plates had
uuy real existence I had supposed
thoy wero fancy pictures, liko artists'
studies of pretty heads. Yet hero they
are, along Broadway, not in specimen,
not in occasional happy imitation, but
in fact and by the thousand, as artistic
and pretty and chio as if thoy had lieou
cut out of tho fashion plates, enlarged
by Bomo legerdemain to woman's size
BCF.NE ON 8POUTINQ UOW.
and fitted to women who know how to
wear them. Fittingly to charnctoriw
tho gowns und tho millinery of Broad
way 1 shall havo to employ tho expres
sion which I heard a woman use, "They
Broadway gowns und millinery me
worth going miles to see. Broadway
women nro worth traveling tho world
round i behold. Who nro thoy, what
nro thoy, voy nro thoy here? Theso are
tho queried tfmt come intuitlvoly to 0110V
mind. BuS 1 know not. One-half of
them nt louiC appear to bo honest. Many
aro i.?,tvzu:&. Many moro nro unclassi
fiednot living by their wits, us a large
proportion of tho men of Broadway do,
but living somehow. No mutter wha'
or who they are. they form a passing
show of beauty. Thoy mako up u van
ity fair which ouo never tires of study
Tho moro you study Broadway beauty,
however, tho grouter Is yonr ndmira
Hon for modern art, for this beauty,
much of it, is tlio product of urt. That
tho gowns and tho tuilliuery aro artistic
I haro already noted, but this is mil)
half tho story. Tho corset maker, work
ing by measurement liko an architect
solving a problem, has mado tho form.
Tho bootmaker has contrived to lnnko
pretty an ugly foot. It is in tho face
that art has lavished her greatest
genius. Noses havo been straightened.
their pug ends elongated, their humps
' reduced. Moles and wrinkles have been
eradicated or smoothed. The complex
ions, through long eounes of treatment
havo been beautified almost incredibly
Powdor and tints nro used, but with
such delicate art that nature is success
All theso things wero pointed out to
mo by n woman who described tho proc
esses, who told mo that hundreds of
women nro earning small fortunes in
Now York beautifying other women
Tho rooms of tho cosmetic artists a v
crowded. "Any woman with fairly
decent feature.! and a hundred doluiw
can becoino beautiful in Now York." So
Bald my guide.
A enso in point. Along Broadway
walked n inarvclouBly stylish, fascinat
ingly beautiful woman. "I know that
girl,'' said n friend of initio; "she is tho
wifo of a theatrical manager. Five
years ago sho was a country girl in Penn
sylvania. Sho drove tho cows for her
mother, and I havo soon hor out bare
footed on n frosty morning, stopping in
tho placo whero a cow had just been ly
ing to warm her feet. Sho had red hair,
freckles, n pug noso. Now look at horl"
Such nro tho triumphs of art along
Broadway, Walti'.h Wullman.
Wn olTer one hundred dollar rewnrd for
ntty case of entatrli Hint cannot tat cuied by
IlnH'a Catarrh Cure.
K, J. t'llKNKV & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, hnvo known K. J,
Cheney for Hie Inst fifteen jenrs, nud believe
him erfectly lionornblo In nil business trans
actions nml financially able to cany out any
obligations niiiile by their II r in .
Wkst & TllAUX,
Wholesale Diugglsts, Toledo, O.
Wai.iiino, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
I tail's Catnrrlt Cure I taken Internally,
acting directly 011 tho blood nml utueoii sur
faces of tlio system. Tcstlmonl'tW sent free.
I'l leu .V per bottle. Sold by nil ill ugglsts.
Cheap money for home builders can be oh
tallied liy Investing in sjtne snares of tho
Lincoln Loan nml Hulldiug nswclntlou
which entitle tho holder to liorrttw ouo bun
dled dollars on each shato held, glvet him it
pro lata shale of nil thu eattilngHor thu cor
Iteration nml enables him to piy oh the loan
in easy monthly utnllmunts, but llttlo In
excess of rent. This Is n purely mutual nud
homo Imitation. Ollleo In rent' room, First
Ileer 1'or l'mully Use.
For family trade thu John Gnnd Drewing,
Co. Is now ilcllveiiug a Mierlor grade of ex
tut pnlo beer In either pint or quart bottles.
1 his Iteer for tiililn use lias no u)iitl nud Is
meeting with popular favor .with nil tho host
Undo of the city. Prices ns cheap its that
charged for Inferior beer. Ieavo otileisnt
ollleo, '.'II N'oith Ninth street. 0ear lleit.'k,
iiKcnL Once tried no other beer will Imj useil.
Why not order n samplo ease of It.
Mr. Oeorgo W FMter, stieeitsllng II11IT
imiu it Co., Tailors, will lemovu next week
to Ills now location, IU1 South Kloventh
stieet where bo will be plcaiiil to see his
friends, pat tons and the public lu general.
Thu store Is being handsomely fitted up nud
when completed willbuonu of thu neatest
uml most attractive places of business In
Irvine's new orchestra fuitiMies Mierloi'
music, any iiuiuIkm' ot pieces, for concerts,
reception.", balls, pintles, etc. I .cave orders
nt Couhikr olllcc, HIM N street, telephone
The Orent Shoe Main Continues.
Ladles should not forget to remember thnt
the Exposition Shoe coinmny's removal sale
still continues, uml that tho bargains hereto
fore olTcred nre still open for your accept
ance. You will need shoes for fall. Hear
this in mind.
lr. Kuril ham Cures
blood, chronic, female, heart, liver, lung,
nervous, rectal and skin ilisensos. Rooms
Nos. 14 nml 1ft, Richards block.
(1 en 11 1 lie Heinaval Shoe Sale.
Here's the chance of tho season. Tlio Ex
position HIkh) company Is preparing lo move
to now iunrtei-s, and hi order to 1 educe tho
stock will Inatiguiato a great removnl sale
couuuciicing Unlay. A few sample bnrgnlus
nre herewith iiuoteil:
The Georgo Dnriirtl d Indies hand turneil
shoe, regular price f 7.00, now f 4.75.
Ladies' flue hand made button or lace $5.00
Ladies1 lino Douglas hand turned shoo, reg
ular price ft.fiO for fcJ..'i0.
In tho u.en's department, likewise child
ren's, similar reductions have been tunde.
Nothing will lie reservist nml everything
will Isj offered to reduce stock und save ex
pense. You nil know the plnce, tho high
giudeof goods thnt liavo always been car-
lied, and you'll miss It if you don't take ad
vantage of this exceptional offer.
Exposition Shoe Co.
Mrs. Kato II. Cheney, teacher of shifting,
room 505, Ilraco block.
Misses Hoggs & Cuffyn, dross making par
lors. Kino stamping. i:illMSt.,'phouu5U.
Miss C.J. Qullinette, modiste, Urownell
lilock, jver Miller & Paine. Complete line of
itress trimmings and linings. Tako elevator.
plmiinacy, corner Twelfth
nud N streets.
No such llnu of llnu manicure goods wero
ever seen in Lincoln before ns nre now being
shown nt Rector's new phnrinupy, comer
Twelfth and N streets.
MoArtliur Si Hon, DrugeUts.
We take pleasure in calling the attention of
our friends nud the public in geneinl that wu
have re-pui chased our old pharmacy, which
wus recently sold to Dr Dunn. As of yoie,
it will be our nhn to cater to the wnutsof
the jieople with u largo and well selected
line of ill tigs, toilet nrticlus, perfumes, etc.,
mid trust with courteous treatment an I fair
prices to receive the patronage that wns for-
ineily bestowed upon us nun ns inticii more
as we can serve. You know the place, cor
ner Eleveuth und N streets.
Oregon, Wellington nml the Northwest
The constnut demand of the "traveling pub.
lie to tho far West for n comfoi table and us
the sums timo nn economical mode of travel
ing, has led to tlio establishment of w lint is
known ns Pullman Colonist Sleepers. Thoso
cars aro built on tho same general plan at
tho regular flrst-clas Pullman 8leeer, thu
only difference being is thnt they me not
They nre furnished complete with good
comfortable hair nnttressm, warm blanket'',
Hiiow white lliitfii ctirtnliH, plenty of towels,
combs, li'iMi.s, &!., wmIoi ucur to tho
occupant of a birth as uiiicu privacy as is to
bt hail in ilrst'Cliiss sleepers, 1 here uru also
separate toilet rooms for ladlui ami gentle
men, and smoking is absolutely prohibited,
For full Infoi ination scud for Pullman Colon
ist Sleeper Lean" it. J. T. Mastlil, C. T, A.
101 1 O St. E. II. Hlosson, (leu. Agent Union
l'ncitlc riybUin, Lincoln, Null.
KciiisIoii In Klieu aiidoiih Valley,
On Tumulty, October 23th, thu Ilaltlmoru
mid Ohio railroad company will soil excur
sion tickets from Chicago nud nil Jlaltlmoio
nud Ohio M)lnts west of tho Ohio liver to
Winchester, Woodstock, Mldilletown, liar-
lisouhurg, Htuuutoti und iA-xingtou, V11,, nt
the into of 0110 lowest limited thst-clns faro
for thu round trip.
Tito Hlienntuloali vnlluy, Virginia offers
stqierior Inducements to people seeking now
locations. Farm lands offered at from f 10
per ncru nttd upward, Timber, coal, Iron
ore, puro water, convenient in irkets, exo el
lent soil, good schools, best society. For In
formation about rates apply to any Haiti
more und Ohio ticket ugdiit. Hjii I to M. V,
Rlclmids, land and Immigration agent, Ilal
tlmoru and Ohio railroad, laltltnor, Mil.,
for Information about desirable locations,
in hlets, etc. 10-1-lt
Don't forget !
that we ..i
to 1039 O Street,
next door to
J. H. MAURITIUS & CO.
All nt Lower l'rlcfs than tho cost of tho 811k
to make thorn.
Seo Window Dlsplny ut ISW O Htreet.
All slr.oi, shapes 11 ml prices.
A new lino Just received. If
you are llRitrlngon getting
married, It will pay you to
call nml sou us anyhow. You
AnnooiiccmontH, Cnrds, oto.
This U Just the placo where
you can ieH'tid upon getting
correct styles nud only cor
rect for 11. Wo can bo of
service to you II you aro
thinking of marrying.
Wessel-Stevens Ptg. Co.,
Courier 0ffice11 34 N St.
readier of Elocution.
505 lillACK Itflt.IllNli.
UPUU Tultlnut Fall term, In sovon differ
rnfiB cut courses. Only high grade In
dependent Normal In tho state. Tlio Fittest
Ktilldlngs, Equipments, und Ablest Normal
Faculty, No experiment, hut nn established
management. It) courcs, ill teachers and lec
turers A live school for lliu masses. Write
oro utnloguoto F. F. HOOSK. .Manager.
The Eirst National Bank
0 and Tenth Sts.
Capital, $400,000 - Surplus, $100,000
N.S.IIAlin'OOn.l'ritMiiit. ,, ,
CLLS..I. HANNA, Vtce-l'rethUnt.
P.M. CUt Hi, I'tuhler.
u s. uiHuxcurr. Ain't CMhitr.
It. D. MU.l.Vli, Au'l duMcr.
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