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CAPITAJ. CITY COURIER, SATURDAY OCTOHER 8 189: fou er will be welcome at any time now, at our New Store, 1039 O Street, next door to Webster & Rogers' Shoe Store, Announcement of our Formal Opening will soon be made. J. H. MAURITIUS & CO. The Ladies' Furnishers. HiBft uiVll . - zs&Dlz-1 'iXs -V. T hi: DDED Tho Memory orchrlstophcr Columbus mul tho Discovery of A morion. Tuesday, Oct. 14 THE Bon March e win 1230 O Otzoot, cclobroto by an offering of II Inch, nil wool, bluck and colored Henrietta Cloths usually sold ut l, for' 11 yard. '0e Will you celebrate? PARRISH Come to & SHULZB. F. C Woodward. F.J. Wiiitk. WOODWARD & WHITE, COLLECTING and Soliciting Agency. Permanent, Tran sient and Foreign collections solicited. All work promptly attended to, K 001113 Browncll lilock, T Telephone. 673. LINCOLN, NEB H. Almena Parker, Iramatic fieader HT readier of Elocution. 505 Hit AC P. Hl'll.lllNO. hZZYCOLf '', WMymvwrdtow FREE Tiiltlonl Kail torin, In kovoii (Hirer- cut courses. Onlv hluh crude In dependent Normal In till) Mute. The Finest liulldlngs, Kqiilptucnts, and Ablest Normal Faculty. No experiment, but an established management, -iucoimcs, ;t tenclierH and lec turers A live school for lliu masses. Wrlto orcatnloguo to K. V, KOOttK, Milliliter, Lincoln, Nob. Hpeclnl CotMtlKit Correspondence.) Nkw Yokk, Oet. 1, IMfJ-Tho in.ly novelty In town wn Larry tlio Lord, it mu sical cometly liy thn Into Kiwi Murder, nt tlie People's Theatre. Mr. 11. K. (Iridium, tho Mar, Is one of tin cleverest comedians on the stage and lui Is well Iltt.il, Hie piny Mm; clover and nuuislng, Pi ctty songs and catchy music, s.inrklcs tluoiigh the throe now, through which Mr, (Irnliiiin dunces with hit iminl grnco mid Mulsh. Larry tlio Lord Is unmliitnkalily a Riireoss At tlio Star Theatro Tlio Lout Puriullso, lint season's gi eat success, lint been doing n Inrgo business It Is one of thoow plays dealing with the Inlnr prohleiu displaying In It construction n ilegi-oo of skill in stage eruft that makes it very jiop iilnr. At tho Third Avenno nnother new Irish drama not soon yet In the inch upolls wnssoou on Monday. It it called The Hum bier fiom Clare, mid It Is tint woik of Dan MeCaithy. Tho Iilsh drama seems to havo evolved out of tint hog lately for oven this has no ted eoat nor shli.nh'h, without which an Ii Nh drama of tcnyoais ago could not have succeeded. Otherwise tho week has been Into of now attractions, tho plnjtt hav ing lone; runs coining in for a good deal or the icgular patronage, Dt'NI.oi'. Mrs. 11. II. Mnutcll's Milt for divorce Iroiu her husband, for coin, sol fees mid alimony, goes on liriivdy. Under tint ter.ns of their scpaiallnu Mr. Matitell ngioesto pay his wife f 100 per week for tho rest of her natural life, out of which sum she shall siippoit h.r two Mills. Mrs. Miiutvll agreed not to eon tract any debts whatsoever under her bus bund's name. Tho children remain in hoc custody, and their father Is to lie permitted to seo tliuin at reasonable intervals, Mr, Mautell In Ills allidavlt makes it general de nial of his wife's charges. Ho says that ho paid her $100 a week for twenty weeks ami had to stint himself to do so, and when liv ing together had ls i supported his who's mother, sister mid protege of theirs. Ho says ho Is willing to support his o.vu fauiily but not others. His Income, ho Miys, of Into years has not averaged (!ifi0.lA1 per season, and 110115,001) at.d i,000. Ills wife has tho house ut 14U West Doth street, Now Vork, which should tent for f'-'.OOJ a year. V Iliiddon Hall, Hlr Arthur Sullivan and Sydney Oruudy's Uriginal Light Kugllsh Ojhmu, was produced m tho Loudon Hnvoy Theatro last Saturday ami proved only a paltlal success. Ralph Illiiinenfeld, tho Lon don critic of tho Now York Herald, wires that it Is ii "cross between Ivuiihoo and l'inii foro, hut neither ono thing or tlio other." It will bo In ought to America and some one will get hurt, except they ste.il It, as .Sydney Hosoufeld did the Mikado. Patrick S. Giluioroutcd to say that tho biggest hit of Ills lifo was iimdo a short time before Grover Cleveland married, and when bo was seated on tho Madison Square review ing stand, (illinoio at tho head of tho Twenty-second ltegiment camo matching along and just before passing tho president ho signalled fur a change of music and gave out "Ho's Uolng to Marry Yum Yum,'' Urovi-r blushed, tho mob howled and (Jilmoro shook hands with himself. Bol Smith Russell i caches St. Pun I Oc tober Ud for three nights; Minneapolis Oc tober Uth for three nights; Oiualin October 10th trr three night; Lincoln October Uth, and Kansas City October 17th for a week. On October 3-Uh In Memphis lie begins a tour of tho s mill, npp uriug ut Nashville C'tob jr 87th, iMlhiiiKls.llih; Hlrnilnghum, Ala., Oo tober :11st; Atlanta November 1st and 2d: Chattunoogn November 3d; Kuoxvillo No vember 4th and in Islington, Ky., Novem ber 5. The usual Charles Krohiuiin audlenco more than tilled the Lansing Monday evening and apparently all were glad of it and seemed to bo highly entertained with his new comedy, entitled "Jane," which is an Improbable utTair, but nevertheless very laughable. Its general tone and humor reminds one of Lend Mo Your Wife as played hero two seasons ago by Kolam! Heed, but dilT.rlug of course from tho fact that "Juno" has the true Kroh niaii air In every action. Tho company, while clover, can hardly bo praised with tlio usual fervor given organizations bearing tlio king of comedy producer's name, yet tho uu di'jiico wus well satisfied, as shown by the il liberal encores, so the uowspaiershivo litis no kick coming. Tlio most noticeable character wus pet haps that of Clnudo by Master Ar thur Koyltiu who though young in yours lia an old head on hisshouldersuud won a largo share of tho laughter mid uppltiusj. His saucy air and own personal Importance com bined w'th his constant reference to ('l" stumps him us a true interpreter of tlio young American. "Jano" was enjoyed no doubt of It, and tier principal mission wus fulllllcd by keeping tier auditors In ti constant state of uproar. Her lesson though was a doubtful one. The First National Bank 0 and Tenth Sts. Capital, $400,000 - Surplus, $100,000 OFFWKllS: n. s. tumroon. PrtMtni. CHAS. A. IIANNA, Vlce-l'rcthlent F. M. COOK, Cimhttr. V S. UI'l'lKCUTT, A't duhter. It. I). MILl.Hll. A't Ciulittr. T. C. KGRN, D. D. S. Rooms 25 and z(, llurr lilock, LhYCOLM MUUi. Real Estate and Loans "" Hawthorne, ,,noni,ori.v llavelock, nll,,w ra,,,'N j&ffHuSSi,. 1. University Place terrible tragedy. Tint plot Is Intricate, but not horrible. Although tho Interest of (hit ploco hinge niMtu n crlnto tho bloodcurdling details of tho nuirder am not Haunted In tho fncttoftho audlenco. On tint contrary, the comedy featurtt Is always upiHinnoHt, and Harry Hooker, tho principal comodlnit, kept tho audlenco in ctinstniit good humor. Lou No Hhil, tho leading lady, has a Miougpnit i.tid priHontM It with force and character. Tho entire company N capable ind Interprets what promises to btvomo u standard Kugllsh comedy with ease and Into'llgeuco. Tho sumo play will Iki presenteil again this oven l"g. . Tlio Kunko held an Inteiestisl audlenco last evening and enjoyed n most excellent portray -ulof tho now I'MowihsI Kolks, tlio pliro that pioved SolSmltli Russell's stopping stone to fame and fortune, Mr Alba I ley woo I us ToinDllloway veiysiiAMsifully I1IU the bill, hlso'iaractci I, it Ion of tho various roles being bothaitNtio anil pleasing. Tno piecejias been somowliat chaiigisl, all fertile better, mid ngoo least picsentslt In a liiaiilier most credltahlo. Several one ires were given and tho plcco was generally well rocolvul. It will bo rept'iilisliit inatlnee t slay mid for tho last tune tonight. TIIKJKAN'.NIK WINSTON OI'KIIA t'Otll'ANV. There is a c'larui surroiiu ling comic opera which obtains more thoroughly to tint do light of tho masses than any other character or amusement which tlio theatres cm fur nish. Its j.oiter of fascination is not ro sti lotod lo any set, clime, age, sect or calling while its 1 lied is as captivating to tlio audi tor us a cocktail I. totlio oioph igui. Mon day evening at Kunko's Kra Diarolo will tako piecisleiict of two otliors which aro to folloir during tho week. Tlicru Is a cliarin abuilt Miss Winston's p.M'forui'iiico of nrilo solos In comic opera which is perhaps umspiallo I liy any other actress. She has a natural ii'i ind on which is delightful. Miss AIIoj Jolinsun, the prima donna soprano, Is u iM.iiiUful wo man mul a lino vocalist nud actress. Misr C.itiierlnu MacNeill, the contralto: Nettle (Hack, 1110.7.0 soprau , lUnarkw HeiitfL'k, tenor, Into of Aromoii's Now York Casino; A. II. lljll, Itutr and cli uacter actor; tl.tr ry llittinhurg ami C. II. Tyrrell, Imrltonoi and co ueily. Von Suppo's Sail Sebistliiu will folloiv I'orlcliolu on WediDiliy. 1'ln Popular prices at 1'ii'ikeN will reinilii uu cliaugo.l. Silo of se its op jus this morning. HOI.HHITII ItUrtS'CI.lS IM)!l HCI.ATKI.V. It Is seldom tin op,) ii'tuntty it oir.Ti'l to witness a purformauci) su really refreshing as that which will ho given by Mr. SjI. Smith Russell in a i'oor H-jl itlon at tlio Linslug Theatre on Kildiiy, Mr. Uinsell's Nodi V.ilo i' at II ri j :i pWu of charecuir acting as Jeirirsoi's Kip Van Winkle or Sothe.'u's Duudroiry, and noono can witness it without h ivlnr a lutur opltl lon of humnulty. Tlio play is us puro us sun light and contains 11 Hi') ot tho,o question nblo chiuucterH and loci lunti t!i it mar the beuuty of Hoiiiuny modern drauins. As In- terproted by Mr. Ilussell, Noah Vulu excites the sympathy of tho audience and causes laughter to chnso away tnu stru ggllug tours, It is a great piny and ono that h is been seen hero only enough to uriko its s ;o ),id protout atiou tho morj dosirablo to tvltuun. Th St, Louis Republic gives Mr. Russell this II itter lug send oil: "In many reipeo ts Sol Smith Russell as Noah Vulo In a I'oor R'latlon has been tho most iinporUiut hlstronlu achieve ment in St. Louis this season. Certainly no actor recently among us has furnished a larger shuro or wholesome, Innocent and sub stantial amusement than ho. His character of tho poor Inventor is doUiuo.l to live when hundreds of more ambitious efforts will fail. It Is a characteri.ati'iii in which ho must lie seen to bo appreciated," Sjats on sale Mon day morning. PANOKIIS .K A (HIKAT CITV. Kor Tuesday, Oct. 20, Manager Church has booked another popular hit, Dangers of a Oreat City, in which is found all thoissmitinl features of tho modern successful drama. A strong cast somo very lino scenery unit u most nrtful plot go to innko up a decidedly attractive bill. Speaking of both play and players the Now York Advertiser says: "Thlt week has started In with a rush ut the l'eoplo's Theatre, and although It is draw ing toward tho clo.o or tho season, Manager Hurry .Minor seems u huvo tlio faculty of keeping his hou-m crowded. Tho play N tho DungeiHoru (Jrout City. It is a decided success anil will doiibile-is play to us largo houses thr.iiiguuiit the week us it did last night. The leading characters in this now uitiniumeuKKiimeii by .Mis Ramie Austen, plaiuga triple part as Ruth Fielding, u etv ioik gin; meg Casey, tho toughest girl in the "liou.1," and Slslei Alice, u s.ster ot charity. Mr. Doio Davidson also plays a ti iple leading part, us Kd Naiuhu, the cen tral i.lllcu detective; Marco Moifiie, an Hal iau counU-lleiter, and Shpporv latum, a llo lirow inxldler. 'Iho acting ot both the prin cipals is good, lu this diumii tho Interest of tho audlenco is detained until tho lust mo ment uy lU skilful evolution Ujuerous up puiuso was the older ot tlio evening. AT ASSOCIATION HAM.. Tha Young .Men's Christian Association has li(M)ked a great c imhiiiiitiun for next Satur day evening. The company is cnmiiosed of Annii Teresa llerger, tho "star" of t'ao great Merger family, and unquestionably the Kieatest female cornetist in the world today; Lain a Dainty, the leader of whom Wendell I'hllllpssays; 'Sue came to llostou, took us nil liy sin prise, captmcl us by hcreharmihg, unless art, mid went away a fiieu 1 whom wo delight to honor;" Master Leon Max, who stands among tho forouiost ot known boy violinists; Mls( Kiito Kloiso Doualiuo, cotitialto, who has a voice of remarkable i ungo und jKiwer, ami Miss (ieorglellu Liy, who has upptmrcd In over NH) concei ts w Ith tho fauiou.Scliubjrt ouirtotto. This con Association building, Admission llfty cents, Seal on snlo Thursday nt nine oVIivk nt AwKK-Iatlon Hall box ollleo, TIIKATHIOAI, HMAt.t. TALK, Miss May Ihookyn Is taking fencing les sons. Sylvia (lerrlsh induriis to lindoii noxt week, A Hanoi of Money Is ono of tho Cclolsu hooklugs at tlio Kunko. Hussell's I'oor Relation Is one of tho most artistic plays on tho stage, Clara Mori Is has a now play for tills sea sou. Her tour begins Octobei L'tltll. Coin Tanner and her husband, (Nil, Will lain K. Sinn, havo agreed to separate, A. V. I'eirsoii's new play, Tho Dlstrlot Kalr, will lui produced Noveinbjr1!'iTiT' ' . Kri-dci ick Solouioii Is to leave tho Pauline Hull Op 'i a couipitiy at an early d ite, Sluhail at Now Vork (I irden Tlientro will close Its long and prosperouVriin t'migliU 2 M Alfnsl ICeuuisly Is the author of "Lady lllaruey," Auolo Wnril TllVany's Jnow pluy, A now play I'lilhol Arltto.'raey will be pro. diiced ut Palmer's Thealro OctolicrlYtTrfor n run, SmI villi is now playing n t In ee Weeks' en gageiiieut at tlio California Theitre, Sin Kinnclsco. Nellie lllack of thn WliHtou Opera ciin puny combines beauty with UN her exipilsllj artistic iiccoiiipilshiiiouts, A Kalr Rebel reaches Its llftleth perforin unco at tho Fourteenth Street fiiiutro In Now Voi k O.'tobjr I It will bo seen at tho Lansing. Schilling's Minstrels follows tho Winttou Opera Compiuy at tlio Kmiko, appjarlux on Saturday evening, Jeaiiuie Winston iscillol tint l'o u ICirl of feiuilo tenors, and slni only one put In peltlcoits from lior lepu'tohv, tviiieh i oc curs hi thoopji'ii of Si'i Sjliiitlii i. 4 Association II ill Is th j nun j by tvalch tho ail litoriuiu of the uo.v V. M. 0. A. b.iildiu g will lu known lure if tor. Vim llrst nlti ac tion np.i'ars tluro luxe Situi'dny. It, cm boongigel at any tlina ror private tho.itn o lis, concert, lecttlivx, ot)., at reiioii'iie leruK on ap.illcitloii ut t Id bit olllii, Sol Smith RiujII Is an inv.'te.-atj auto graph hunter. Hj Inn autogripiis and let ters from every uelolirity of tlio last twenty tlvoyoirs. His letters fro u J a JelTers in, William .1. Kloroiau, Kltvut llnlh, Liw reiica Ittrrett, S ll villi, All II ill to and counties otlur greit pi);)!) aro troisjtvi In hM. All iictrosiiisiin I actors have so id psrtlcil lar"fnd." Miss ltiuilo Altitun, witji Dinirs of u (Irint City oitn.ii'iy, lui afiityfir turtles. She carries a loiutlful omprc seutisl 1 1 Ii ir liy th i g iv iru ir of C illf ir im. which sh' ke'pi Inn gold in glnht. It.Ts ipilto t I'm an I coiiji out ii.) in her c tiling, mid eats out of her h in I. J J Dj Wolf Hippir's ravival of S I njr It n oufotd'riCDniic ojMi'a, I'liu Lidy or tin I'lgor, will bo given at the llroudtviy Tluntre, Now York, Monday evening, October 17th Jef ferson D'Angehs, for tliroj yoirsatth) Ca sino, lias been specially oiiiie I tho tit ty tlio role of Menim lor, which he orUluntly acted at tlio lultiil ireiinti'.lo i of tins opjr.i at i'alinnr's Thuitre a fow yoirs mo. Murder will Out! This old hut trite and time houord saying Is us much In direct today as It ever was. I.Ike Wise the fact that when people hear of a good thing, It cannot ho kept a secret. I.011I0 Meyer A Uo. have forsovo-ul weeks past been enjoy ing a liberal trade In fall goods, and tho bar gains that have been secured by Lliienlultes has been told and retold lo hundreds of eco nomical housewives until oft times Meyers' store has been crowded with rustnnicrs so that many had to wait to he served. I.. Moyer.l Co, aro progressive merchants and make It 11 point to keep up with current styles This has been more fally demonstrated this season than iver liefo-eln thuilrussgoodsdopurtment a fact which the fair sex Is free to confess. Latest stylo trimmings and a Hue Hue of ladles furnishings are also seen In handsome variety. High prices don't go at Meyurs. I,i-v prices, corteous treatment and everything Justus represented Is what goes everytlino at this popular and ploneei trade resort. If you want a nice dress pattern for this fall or winter now's your chance to select from a now and beautiful stock. . K liliiiBi 'ii. 'is, MLimm J fH! HL t iHtV immm Miss Alice Ikiiics of Omaha lias just re turned from Now York after a seven weeks purchasing visit. Her store nt Omaha, '.V)7 South Sixteenth street, contains nil tho latest novelties in pattern bonnets which uro being oirciwd nt lowest prices with a guarantee that every hut is the correct stylo. "Dolgorukl" Russian co it ger ei Co.'s, IIIU O street. at J. W. Win- Ninth Annual Fur Opening October 3d to 8th. The liirejcst and hest line ever shown In Ihc west. Kins nud Fur (lanucnts retailed at whole sale prices on above dates, A practical I'm iter will he In nllcmlnncc. A i-iitdlnl Invitation Is extended to all lo 1... .1... 11 1 i- '' 1 Mile III Mflin. ' W.R.Dennis&Co. Hatters and Furriers, 111)7 O STREET, JUST Lincoln WHAT Needs A F I IST-C LASS 41-FUR STORE F. E. Practical Furrier After twenty years of nctlvc experience In tltc innmifaeliire o( nil kinds of Fur (toods, eight yearn of wliicli was In I'nrN, latter lu New York, and lastly In Uniahn, I hco; to announce to the citizens of Lincoln that I opened a complete and perma nent stock of Furs and Fur Goods Tuesday, Sept. 20th, In the west store room of the new Y, M. C. A. building, corner 13th and N Sts, All kinds of re paring neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed. VOELKER, Y. M. C. A- Bldgt It was too bud that S3 nieritorlcus an or ganlz itlon, as the D11IT Opera coiupiuy cer tuinly is, should have played to so fulfill un audience Tliursiliiy evening The cast con tains some decidedly clever people, headed liy that at tist, Helen llertram, who has de lighted several Lincoln audiences heretofore, notably tilli Coin-led in King's Kool, etc. She has a charming iiersonality, a most giuceful carriage and a clover and powerful voice. Chuiles Hissutt, Prince of Muroiiitos, wus stilt' nud guwky und entirely fieolrom any uttrucllvuuess. hilo It is true that ho po-seses fair tenor, yet his singing is inullled nud very indistinct. Tlio put of Mer.ullllo cert will be 0110 ol tho lo,t Hint will U given by J11I111 Ralfael was able and ell'ectlve. Ho did tlio chill acter full justice, both us to lira luatlc and vo.-al ability, his solos being par ticuluily tittru.'tive. Fa 11 fan I Pasha carried the comedy role in a delightful manner ami what might have been a shoitcouiiug in his vocal work was moio than undo up in his comedy. Tessa as a pretty character that was cry acceptably done by Min Villa Ki.ox, It was an excellent prodiicliu.i goi. el ally and the principal fault to bo found was ith the lack of attendance. Mm tin it llookei's company playisl Tlio Harvest Moon, a comedy diaiiia, at tho I, an slug '1 heatro last night. The title of the play gies no indication either of its a 'tl,a or its plot, Tho Harvest Moon is simply the name of an Kugllsh iur, which Is tho scene ot a ill Lincoln ths season. It will bo given in Association Hall, Young Men's (.hiistlau Mir, S. K. Ryan, fashionable dress making, room 78 llurr block. No such lino of lino manicure goods were ever seen hi Lincoln define as aro now being shown nt Hector's now pharmacy, corner Twelfth and N steels. Wan ted Wo want many moie rooms for teachers and students, both furnislnsl ami uiifnrulshod rooms and hnitses; ne will want them SeptemlMM- 1'.', lV.rj, call at once at tho oIHcj of tho Western Normal (' illege, rooms 1111 and 1 liS Itraco liiilldiug, and give loca tion of houses and looms, ami prices asked for same. tl-l-tf. Ilcur I'nr I'miill) I'se. Kor family trade tlio John (tiuul Hrowing Co. is now deliveiing 11 supeiiur guide of ex tin pale Is-cr in either pint or ipiart Isittles, Tills beer for table use has no pi d and is meeting with jHipular favor with all the best trade of the city. Prices as cheap as that charged for Inferior lieor. L"ave oideisat illlco, till Ninth Ninth street. O.cir lieu k, agent. Once trlisl nootlier Is-er ill lie ued Why not order a sample case of it The State Fair Display ... was a x ciiiure When compared with the Display of New Furniture That lias just been received for the Fall Trade at THE RUDGE & MORRIS CO., Hardware and Furniture Leaders, 1118 to 1124 N Street. -THE- 'Howe Ventilator Is better than steam or hot water, and less expensive than a hot air furnace. Our m stem of Introducing Pure Air to uuir home Is the best In the world. Nothfng like It In Amciica. We guara'ntee satisfaction Call and see the New Heaters. Also send for your Kitchen Utensils. We are adding fresh goods every day. H.-J. HALL. St BRO. 1308 O STREeT. BAKING . POWDER 25ozs.for25? Absolutely Pcbe JustTIiyIt. H V FULL SET OF TEETI $5, TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. NO CHLOROFORM I NO ETHER I NO GAS I All Fillings at Lowest Rates. r r jauc co. kamjaj city, ho Dr. H. K. K BR MAN, Surgeon Dentist, Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Burr Blk.