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CAI'I I'AL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1892
IIBRiSU COJSBRYATORY of
' icidiilo School for Girls,
Masle, Art, Elocution,
Literature, and Languages,
TaagM T Faculty of Htxtcen Imlriietora
Kurt) Tfnolicr an
ARTIST AND SPECIALIST.
The nnljr Conservatory wont of llonton own
ing ii own miliums: aim iiiruismnai. a r
hI homo for lly summits. Tuition
kanl homo for lady studnnt. Tuition from
sn s w uu ppr irrm n iv wdi
i for Oatalogus and gonoral Infbrmallua
O. B. 1IOW1CI.I-, Dlrfotor.
Ladies' and Children's
lair Gutting and Shampooing
Santa Fe Route !
ii s- m '
AtcblsoD, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
' T1m Popular Route to the Pacific
Through Pullman and Tourist
Between Kansas City and SAN DIEGO,
LOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN
CISCO. Short Lino Rates to .
Double Dally Train Service Detween
Kansas City and I'UKHLO. COLORADO
TPRINGS, and DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Detween Kansas City and
The Short Line Detween
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Point
The Only Line Running Through the
.OKLAHOMA COUNTRY. Tt
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan-Hsndle. For Maps and
Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
'. L. PALMER. Passenger Agent,
1318 Farnam Stmt,
'jMoqwuNTio win ini oioanT or ! couniry win otm
SlUCM IWOMTIOf MOM STUO V INI MAP Of TM
this day Is with,
out precedent In
ocean to ocean
In city, village
tho chlMrou of I ikTHtmul our duty
winter fold) which under (lol linn Itccn
Informing ac1i of our Kunorittlonn with
tho hl'iiIIiii' truth of Americanism.
America thoreforo gathers her sons
nruuiwl tho school house toility n tho In
fltltutlon cloiesl lo tho peoplo, most char
acteristic of II10 peoplo anil fullest of
hopo for tho peoplo.
Today America's lifth century begins.
Tho world'fl twentlotli contury will soon
Im) litiro. To tho thirtuun millions now in
tho American cl-IiodIh tho command of
tho coming ycais belongs. Wo, tlioyotitli
of Amuricu, who tttday ittilto to march
an 0110 army under thn Hiicrcd ling, n
FINE FEATHERS ALL.
PLUMES THAT OECOnATE THE
NEW FALL HATS.
mo amies nro unit tun unit si:
Chicago.Rocklsland & PaciflcRy
he BIMOT BOUTS to and from C1IXOAOO,
kocx raXAWD, uwiwroaT, psa moxneb,
council blutfb, watutown, bioux
r.YLUB, hinnea5olt8. ct. paulot. job-
T.TK. ATOHTBON. X.KAVXNWOHTK. KANO I
CITT, TOPXKA, DXMVSB, COLOUADO BP-NOB
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TMIIS
el Through 'Ooacnes. HlMpara. Fr BecllnlnR
Chair Cam niul Dining Oir dttly bctwron CHI
CAOO. BBS KC4NM, OJUNOII. BLUFFS and
OitAHA. and botwacn CinCAOO ntrt PXNVER,
COLORADO BTOXNCS and PUEBLO yta Bt
.l:th, or Xanaaa City and Toptka.
Via The Albert Loa Route,
Tut Xamraaa 'Trains (Ully between Chlcr.se
unit Wtnnwvlla 1i at. I.tuL with' TimnUOH
Kactlnlno' Chair Cvri OyHJCUl to and from.thau
pclnu- and Knuni rCltr.- Tkrwiph Ohalr Cat
Mtvm reorin, o;irn uiu ana
Via Hock 'Idnnd.
rat Tlekata. liana Folden. or (!;trMl Informa
tion, apply at any Coupon Ticket OUlc, cr addraai
I. T. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oval Manager, Cen'l TSt. Pats. Agt.
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Atchkon, Leavenworth, St. Joseph.Kansas
1 ' OKi St- Louis and n PoInU South.
, ' i rj If East imst West
The direct line to Ft. Scott, Parsons,
Wlchtta, Hutchinson and all principal
tats In Kansas.
The only road to the Great Hot Springs
af Arkansas. Pullman Sleepers ana Free
'1Ummm ChsJr Cars on all trains.
J ifMlllll "' Mil f IB
f. B. M aiiiiutB, a. r. av iwtan,
thu liaimur of tho
nation, and with
tliom tho peoplo aro authoring around
tho HCllOOl llOUHll,
M011 aro rocoKulziug today tho inoHt
ImproHHlvoanuivorHaryRinco Homo cele
brated hor thousandth year thu ItWtli
nntiivormiry of tho ntoppiutr of 11 lieml
sphoro Into tho world'H lifo; four com
ploted coutnrlen of 11 now nooinl orders
tho culubration of liberty and enlighten
ment organized Into n civilization.
Ami while during theno hours tho
federal government of Uicho United
titatet Htrikert tho keyuoto of thin great
American day that gives honor to tho
common American Institution which
iiuiteH im nil, wo iiHHomblo hero that wo,
too, may exult tho free ncliool that em
bod lea tho American principle of uni
vernal enlightenment and ixpiality, tho
most characturlHtiu product of tho four
centuries of American lifo.
Four hundred yearn ngo this morning
tho Plutn'ri gun broko tho hIIoiico and
announced tlio illscovury of thin hemi
sphere. It waa a virgin world. Human lifo
hitherto upon it had boon without nig
nillcanco. In tho Old World for thou
sands of yourH civilized men had been
trying oxporlmouta in social order.
They had been found wanting. Hut
hero was an untouched soil that lay
ready for 11 new oxporimont in civiliza
tion. All things woro ready. New
forces had cotuo to light full of over
turning power In tho Old World. In
tho Now World thoy woro to work to
gether with h mighty harmony.
It was for Columbus, propelled by thta
fresh life, to reveal tho land where thiwo
now forces woro to bo given apaco for do
volopmunt, and whero tho nwttltcd trial
of tho now civilization wns to bo iniidu.
Today wo reach our most momorablo
milestone. Wo look backward and wo
Backward wo hoo tho tlrst mustering
of modern ideas: their long conlllct with
Old World theories, which were also
transported hither. Wo seo stalwart
men and bravo womon one moment on
tho shore, then disappearing in dim for
ests. Wo hear tho ax. Wo seo tho
Hamo of burning cabins and hear tho cry
of tho savage. Wo seo tho nover ceasing
wagon trains always tolling westward.
Wo behold log cabins becoming villages,
then cities. Wo watch tho growth of
Institutions out of little hcginnlugo
schools becoming an educational system;
mooting houses leading Into organic
Christianity: town tneotings growing to
political movements: county discussions
developing federal governments.
Wo soo hardy men with intonso con
victions grappling, struggling, often
amid battle smoke, mid some idea char
acteristic of tho Now World always
triumphing. Wo soo settlements knit
ting together iuto n nation with singlo
noas of purposo. Wo note tho birth of
tho modorn system of lndnstfy and com
merce and ita Btriking forth into tin
droamod of wealth, making tho millions
members ono of anothor as sentiment
could never bind, And under it nil, and
through it all, wo fasten on cortuin
principles ever operating and reitnant
the leadership of manhood; equaj rights
rorevurysoui; universal enngnienment
as tho Bonrco of progress. Those last
are the principles that have shaped
America: these principles at the true
Wo look forward. We are conscious
wo aro in a period of transition. Ideas
in education, in political economy, in
social science are undergoing revisions.
Thero is a large uncertainty about 'tho
outcome. But faith la the underlying
principles of Americanism and in God's
destiny for the republic makes a' Arm
ground of hope. The coming century
promises to bo more than ever tho ago
of the people an ago that shall develop
A greater care for the rights of the
weak and mako ainoro solid provision
for the development of each Individual
by the education that meots his need.
As no prophet among our fathers on
the BOOth anniversary of America could
have pictured what the new century
would do, so no man can this day reach
out and grasp tho 100 years upon which
the nation is now entering. On tho vic
torious results of the completed centuries
tho principles of Americanism will build
our fifth century, its material progress
is beyond our conception', but wo may
be sure tlmt in tho social relations of
men with men tho most triumphant
gains aro to bo expected. America's
fourth century has been glorious; Amer
ica's fifth contury must be mado happy,
Ono institution more than another has
wrought out the achievement of tho
past, and is today most trusted for tho
future. Our fathers in their wisdom
knew that tho foundations of liberty,
fraternity and equality must bo univer
sal education. Tho freo school there
fore was conceived the cornerstone of
the republic Washington and JeiTer
son recognized that the education of
citizens Is not ttio prerogative of church
or of other privato interest;1 that 'while
religious training belongs to tho church,
and while technical and higher cultnro
may be given by private institutions,
the training of citizens in tho common
knowledge and tho common duties of
citizenship belongs irrevocably to the
W therefore on this anniversary of
Atnorica present tho public school us
the proudest expression of tho principle
of enlightenment which Columbus
grasped by faith. Wo uplift tho system
of free and universal ducatlou as the
Tlio Now llimiirM Ar Very Attrcth
ml Aro Worn In All Nlnii' niul Hlir.
Colon DIviTxIlltMl lo Halt All Tinlyi.
IIdcoiiiIiik Htrrnt Continues.
Ni'.w VoitK, Sept. SO. Tho mistaken
fashion writer sets out in thu morning
. u.w. ii. I........- ...ii. i... miuui..!
uty. Wo pledgo ourselves mtnly of being nblo to writ., nil
hull not bo stained, and , lbout Ul0 lM)1lut(, ,imt aro u,i aro l0
mm America hiiiiii menu canal onnor- i.
tunlty and Justice for every citizen and
brotherhood for tho world.
THE FIDO! VANILLA.
Tim Mini irllli it I'.iNo V.yn Who Wont.)
Tlii thin old man In 1111 alpaca rout and
a palmlenf fan, nt lint third table I a (ini
tint avenue Ice c rerun dispensary, showed
evidence of great excitement.
IIIn supply of vanilla cream was only
half gone, but hoK'eint'd tolmvoloit In
terest in the other half, mid was sipping
Ice water and fanning himself violently
"Feel falutr" asked thu proprietor, step
ping over to the third table.
"Met your life I don't."
"I kinder thought. you looked lltislercd."
uiggested tho other soothingly.
"Flustered, hey. What did I onlori"
"Vanilla c renin."
"Plain, wasn't Itf"
"You don't remember my asking for 11
"I didn't mention a gutta pcrclui nrtn
nor it plate of false ears, did If"
"Cei tnlnly not," admitted thu proprietor
vaguely wondering whether hu could gc
the police station on tint telephone without
scaring tho other customers.
"Well, see what I dredged up In you'
du rued old cream." And the agitated cus
loiuer In alpaca passed over a jilass eye.
Thu proprietor looked hnrrllled.
"It's .Iiiku's," hu said briefly, Inspectin .
the discovery. ".Mary," ho added, callln
to n passing waitress "you tell Jake th.
vanilla at tho third tablo found It. Tel
him If It happens again Pll dlschnrgu him
You f-ce." lie continued apologetically ti
the agitated customer, "I'vu got a man
down stairs to make cream, llu makes the
fluent Ice cream In thu state of Michigan
but he's got a faNo eye, and he's nlwny
lei.vlu that eyu nround and losln It. It's
got to stop now, though, or that sort f
thing will break up tho tcu cream btisl
butltili.oi not takoovor live hours
of pushing and struggling and sight
seeing to decide that it is ulxmt as easy
a task to describe all tho ilowors that
bloom as nil thu boimots on show.
60MB NEW BONNETS.
Thero nro llttlo lionnets scarcoly larger
than n bluo postage stump, and big ones
thut overshadow tho faco like un um
brella, hats that mako 0110 look like n pic
ture of bygouonges, and huts that make
ono look particularly fresh. Thero ar
felts in all colors, both smooth and
hairy, and thero nro bonnotB trimmed
with fur, such as seal, beaver, mink and
astrakhan. Feathers and ilowors, win. s
and feelers, Mcphlstophclcs and droop
Ing plumes nro all shown in every im
Colors nro as diversified ns thoy can
bo, and thero is 110 law for all to follow
Each 0110 can Iiavo just exactly what
sho likes. Perilling tho models that will
"l)o you mean to saj," faltered tho ol 1 1 moic genurally pleaso will bo theso in
Now's the Time to Buy
Manufacturers Agent !
I have just received nt my repository, direct from the factory, a Inr5e line of FliST
CLASS M'Oi'A, and am offering the n nt prices tlint positively dis
tance nil competitors. See my line of
man. "that other neonlu have found that
same same article In their cream?"
"Oh, well,'' admitted the proprtetoi
diplomatically, "you'n tho first vanilla.
Detroit Free Prrss.
. ..trnunr r.xrrpnoii.
Dashnwiiy They sny that to lend ti mi.
money Is to make an enemy of htm. I)
you believe M
Trnvt'M Not always. A fellow lent 11
ten dollars not long ago, and I am sure
have never tried to get even with him.
Just tho Thing.
Wltherby How do you manage to kei
your sidewalk so nice nod fresh r
Planklngton My wife puts on hertalh
made gown, and every morning she wall
up and down in front of the house. Clo;
An Orlclnul fllrl.
Skidds When you proposed . 1 suppi
sho said, "This is so sudden."
Spatts No. She only remarked, "Yu
might have had me a year ago, George." -Now
And nil the lntet Novelties in the Carriage line. licing manufacturer's agent for
some of the greatest factories, I'ntn In a position to offer goods nt closer ',
figures than retailers. It will pay you to call nnd see my
iVEW AiVi before making purchases.
E. R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O STREET - 1540 STREET
Mrs. Crlmsonbenk I hopo I make in;
self plain, slrf
Mr. Crlinsonbeak Nature saved yo
that trouble, ma'am. YoukcrsStatcsmni
It waa the twlllnlit hour. Tlicy snt
Down where tlio waves were tirenklng.
With lovu his heart wuut pluimt,
With lovo his voice wns shnklnit.
They wcru alone. Out In tbo west
Tho BUiillulit K)(t wassliiklnc.
"Come, ilmr," hocrleil, with heaving clnl
"Tell mu w hat thouKhts you're thlnkliiR."
"Why, I was thinking. Ceorgc." she salJ,
iter eyes so full of nuuulng,
"How much," and hero sho bowed her hum
"Your flannel suit needs cleaning."
New York Herald.
night In tho Fashion.
She w;3 a tall, angular woman of fifty,
In a plniu, straight wnlstcd calico dress,
heavy shoes and a black straw tint, with
long streamers, and the younger nnd
smnllcr woman with her was patterned
after her. They were evidently from thu
headwaters of the. creek, and tho city wns
a novelty to them, They were also 11
novelty to tho city, nnd nil unconsciously
attracted the attention of everybody on
Wood wan! nvenuo as they sauntered along
looking In the windows And giving vent
to their delight In various exclamations.
Finally a city girl passed them wearing
the latest, and tho elderly woman saw her.
Sho gazed a moment in open mouthed
amazement and caught tho other woman
by tho arm.
"By gravy, Sallle, do you seo thntr" she
SaUIu's eyes followed her finger, and sho
"We nln't up with tho porcesslon, nlr
wet" she asked doubtfully, as she sur
veyed her attire.
Sallle shook her head sadly.
"Como on," exclaimed tho elderly wom
an suddenly, and catching the young ono
by the linn 3 3I10 started for a gents' fur
nishing store across tho street and went In
with a whirl.
"Young man,!' she said to 11 clerk, "havo
you got any galluses for twenty-flvo ccntH
a pair that'll IH. me" and Salllu heror"
Fifteen m?uutes later there wero nottwo
prouder women on Woodward avenue, nnd
surely no two who were so much the ob
served of nil observers. Detroit Free
. A Forgotten Coluoibua Monument.
Itisa mlstako to supposo that.thore
wts, up to a snort time ago, no monu
ment to Columbus in tho United States,
There is 11 monumental shaft iu Balti
more. It is ubscureiy placed and is in
scribed "Chris. Columbus." It dates
f 10111 1784. Itwaserecud by thu French
consul general. De Amumonr. who, with
some bund led or more French offioois
aud soldiers, remained in Baltimore
after the eud of tho Revolutionary war.
tho illustration. Tho lower right is of
slato gray smooth felt, has a plain baud
of green velvet and two Mcphistopholo"
tips. In many hats of this form the
brim projectn far out over tho face.
Abovo is n tiny bonnet of gray felt, 11
simple saucer sbapo, with bows of corn
colored velvet nnd two black satnmc
Mourning bonnets tiro flat, with rolled
foldi of crapo and butterfly bows of
crapo und black feolers. Tho long veil
bungs from tho back, and a black tullo
faco voil ban n border of crapo nt tho
bottom. This helps hold tho bonnet on.
A mourning hut for u young lndy is of
black felt, with a wreath mado of small
loops of crapo encircling tho crown, und
two prince's plumes stand up on tho left
Bovoral nnw bats and bonnets, too,
have ono long, natural black ostrich
plumo reaching from tho front nnd fall
ing backward down tho back, Thueo
natural plumes nro very expensive, cost
ing from iivo to ton dollars apieco. Mum
ladies havo just such pHunes laid away,
firing them out itow and put thorn on
your huts, Thoy aro just tho thing. I
should have said that tho gray und
white, ns woll us tho mottled ones, aro
I havo been watching to eeo what the
peculiar fad is going to bo this season ,
but tho girls nro staying out of town late:
than usual thut is, tho girls who start
fads. I havo a haunting fear that it is
to bo enormous bluo or greon umbrellas,
with china knobs half as big us a baby'.
head for handles.
During one of my pilgrimages to tho
shrino of fashion this week I camo across
two gowns that I know will bo of real
servico for many readers who havo
tucked away in somo place or other por
tions of a brocho bordered or camel's
hair shawl. How richly this looks when
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Moving Household Goods and Pianos
None hut experienced ninn employed. Latest dovlces for moving Machinery, Hafcs, and
other Heavy Articles.
BIjt Burliitois Serritory
AIRt-WlTOMW DANOR 0128 ALPHABETS.
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NEW STREET COSTUMES.
mado up with othor goods thoy con
judgo by tho illustrations. Thut on tho
light is of old roso vicuna cloth. Around
tho liottoin aro two rows of shawl bor
doring, headed nnd separated by a narrow
puff of surah of tho sumo shado as tho
dress. Tho corsaga is of the' shawl
brocho, with a simulated jacket of tho
Tbo other wits fern colored camel's
hair, with panels, corsage bolt, gamp
and brotelles of ho brocho in K)f t shades
ind pale tints. Tho ends wero finished
with a fringe cf narrow ribbons of i,i
tame shades us those in thu brouho pat
tern. Two moro elegant and original
sostumes I havo not seen this season.
They aro both" cut so us to just clear the
ground. Ouvav ' .".utruu
1, ft M. DEPOT.
auamt, atchison, aj4.x0heny amd aust1w.
Baltimore, boston, bufvalo and bubunotoi.
OhIOABO, COUNCIL BLUVra, aNdNNATI AND CLEVSLAVal
dawood, obtr01t, dbs moines amd denver,
kvansvillb, bbib, xlm1ra amd bav clairb.
Fall river, vitchburo, fond du lac and fortwatmb
qalveston, 0eoroetowm, oband rarids, oalesbur.
Halifax, Houston, hot sfrinos and hammxbal.
i ronton, indianapolis, iowa city and imdbfbmdbmm
Jersey city, jackson, joliet and Jacksonville.
Kalamazoo, kkokuk, kankakeb and kansab city.
l.badville, little rock, louisville and lincoln.
m'mnearolls, mobile, milwaukbb amd memphis,
new orleans, nantucket, new york and n ashvills.
Omaha, osiikosii, osweoo and oodensduro.
Peoria, pittsduro, Philadelphia and Portland,
queretaro, quincy, quebec and quitman.
Rock island, Richmond, rockford and Rochester.
Sacramento, salt lake, ban francisco and st. paw
Tallahassee, terre haute, Toledo and taunton.
IJLYSSES, UailANA, UNADILLA AND UTICA.
Virginia city, vicksduro, vincenneb and VANCouveb
vvlnnii'ko, washington, winona and worcester,
x'tnia junction, xei'.xes, xenia and xenophon.
YPSILANTI, YONKKr.S, YANKTON and YOUNOSTOW.
2ion, ZUMUKOTA, zac.uecas and ZANESVILLB.
THERE CAN HE
NO MISTAKING THE
"IN THE RAILROAD WORLD"
-ALWAYS WAS ALWAYS WILL II A LEADIH
. J. FRANC-IB,
IN'I. PABBBNQIN AGENT,
A. O. IIIMI
Let the Wessel-Stevens
Printing Co. supply you
with Fine Stationery?
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