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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1892.
V f ) (
IM in nml Stamped Linen Sale,
Dim lies 1'rlngcd and Hemstitched.
In plain Linen nml l'luurcd Duinnsk,
Look at llic Prices,
3, 7i i '5i iSc ench, thc.ip nl.
twice tlio price.
Trny Cloths Fine Henntllchcd,
)Ainnk, Plain nml Ktlnged,
lit latest Designs,
S 35 !. 730, uctunlly woilh
.joe to $ i.tociirli.
Lunch Cloths o( nil Minis
l-'ringcd nml llemstlched,
VJ 75, 17C. $ 9. " 75c ' 0'
Scurfs In I'lnln nml l-nncv Drawn-
Tlucnd, llcin.Mllchcil nml Fringed"
49. f9 97'i $ 35 nml $' 65 woll'
75c to $i,J5 ench.
All our Finer Grades will receive
Ihc same nttcntlon.
Stamping Hone Free on nil
goods bought o( us.
J. H.MAURITIUS & CO.
1039 O Street.
Get the Genuine only nt
P. BARTON, Manager,
Burr Block, cor. i ith nml O Sts. Tel, 7
NOVEMBER 16, 17, 18 and 19
Spectacular Pantomime Production of
The Women' Christian A(.oclrttlon tnkc
pleasure In announcing that thev have
completed arrangement for
5 PRESENTATIONS S
of the celebrated Spectacular Pantomimic
production of Gen. Lew Wallace' famous
work, which will be four nlghti and Satur
day Matinee. For further particular ice
next Saturday' Coukikr,
FARM AND G TV LOANS
AT lAiVf RATKH
promptly on np-
, fc. C.JONES, Manager,
1130 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Jill llli mkm mm am
NlBnASKA'B BUTE FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
L. WBSSEL, Jr., Editor.
WKHHKL-HTKVKNH I'IMNNNU CO.,
tlMI N Htreot.
Tiliip'niiso-onn ill. Ilutlim, HI..'
Hiihscrlprlini Hairs. In Advance,
IV r (intuitu, ., , J.H) I Three moiittin .,. fine.
MIX months . .. I (Kl I Hlllltlo I'Opll'K Ac;
Kulcrcd t tlin pr.alolllcii of Lincoln, Noli,,
m second class matter.
POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 63,000.
"CiinroiliTiitlon.ni Attempted In llnrhadns,
Went Indies," In I ho llllu of u historical work
noon to 1 10 Issued liy (I I. Piitnnm'N Hon,
Now York, Tlionutlior, Mr. Jolin II Tyncs,
la n rosldout of Lancaster county, nnd bus re
nliletl neur Lincoln fur 11 number or yen.
Iliirluiiloi wna Mr, Tyncs' former home, nml
lliln book Imt vlKomns exposition of iidcsplo
able, attempt ninilii In 'Til to destroy tlio self
Kovcrumcnt oftlio llarhndliuis, thnt ouded In
Ihomi scenes or r'.ut nml bloodshed, of dnmitKu
In I lie Industries ortliu Inland nml ol torr.ir
niul dlslro4 to Hi Inhabitants, thai nro tolit
with such KmpliUi eltcel In Mils work. Hlr
John I'.)hi llt'imi'HHy, now 11 tender In the
Irish linmo ruin movement, wn governor or
tliu Islnnd nt thnt II11111 and chief nctor In
tlioao event. Tho measures employcil to
force tho llarbadlnns Into thin roiiri'ilorntlon
icliemo im iIIhpIiispiI In thin lililory worn iin
linmunil m thoy wrro uiiooimtltutlnnnl. Tim
book lunilil bo rend by every lovor or rHlr
plny. In tlio proipooliiH Imued by 1'utmim'n
they r It prewuU vivid pluturci or V t
India lire, political, aoclnl unit ilotncntlo.
Tlioy apenk of It n n mibMinutlnt eontrlbu
ttontothu hUtoryor tlio Wot IiiiIIon. Tlio
volume will bo luuod In their umiiil linnd
Minn ntylo. Price l:a n copy, to tie pnld
wlinn book li dellvorcd, Co nocuro the ptib-
lluatlon Mr. Tyneamuat obtain aflOaubkcrlbora
In advance, nml In our lutolllKcnt commuiitty
ho ahould And no diniculty In dolux tlila,
Hubnorlptloii (lata nro upon at ChiM'in k
Vlctotior'a nml nil tlio other tuMik atorea In
Iilncola, Ituaatnud tiy Nebrnakn linden.
cournire liomo lltornry talent by giving the
work n good aubacrlpHon aend oil".
II II II
''Komlnlaconeca or u Nineteenth Century
Olndlator," by John I.. Hulllviin hna Juat been
received from the publisher, J. A. HoirnA
Co., Iloaton. Tho work la neatly gotten up In
nttrnottvo paper covers nml ihowa numcroua
well executed hnlftono llluatratlona, nmong
them ploturea of John I.. Hulllvnu. Paddy
Ityan. Charley Mitchell, Joe Uoaa, Tug Wll
on, Jack Kltraln, John Flood, Uotnlnlck Mc
CHtTrey, Htovo Tnylor, Herbert HlaUo, Jem
Mnce, Air. Oreenllcld, Jim Corbctt nnd the
8,000 dlnmond atuded belt won by 8iilllvnn In
18R7. Thorn la nil Interesting story of the
piiKlllal'a lirn running through the book nnd a
considerable nmniint or Information nml In
teresting rending regarding tlio innnly art.
Unlike tho cheap, thmshy cdltlona, It la
hniiilsomely gotten up and will do mulled to
nny nddresHon receipt or price, M cents,
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Hand MoN'nlloy A Co., Chlcngo, Imvo Juat
Issued n thorough nml comprehensive guide
tothoclly of Chlongn nml tho World's Kx
posltliiii. It Is n volumnloua work, taking In
overy Imaglnablo dotatl of what might bo
wnnteel In way of Information, IttallNofnll
railway depots, hotels, their plans, prices,
locations, etc., legal hnsk farca, places or
nmtitcmunt, Chlcngo after Jurk and how to
see It, etc. With the book Is tho best map of
Chlcngo ever Issued. It Is so arranged thnt
"he tfliU runs inny read" nnd understand,
Tho work I Invaluabloto Intending visitors
nml may bo had by mull by forwarding AO
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In tho United Htatcs wo huvo n system of
protection with n continuous agitation for
free trade. In Kng'und ttie established sys
tem Is as noarly us passible froo trade with a
constant agitation for protection, A discus
sion of the subject by Englishmen, therefore,
throw an Important light upon our own con
troversy, In tho fVnrn for November will bo
found two article by the most prominent
Kngllsh wrlto-s upon tho subject: HlrThoinaa
II. Kurrar, for many year secretary of the
English board of trade, who explains tht sev
eral Kngllsh view of tho MoKtnloy lurlrTnnd
Its etreoi ur-on llrltlsh exp rt; mid Lord
Mushnm, presldoni of tlio Pair Trade club
nnd tho largest textile nianufaelurer In Ureal
Tho experiment In composlto photogrnphy,
which tho IttvUw 0 IlsvUw$ ha successfully
nttomptrd, will attract groat attention this
month. It Is nothing less than n blciull g
togethor, Into ono composite result, or the
laces of the seventeen members or tho Glad
stone cabinet. This form tho ftill-pago from
tlsplecoof tho November number.
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Mr. Oeorgc Kilward Woodborry, In his ad
mirable paper on John Oreonlenf Whittle
has contributed perhaps the nblost critical re
view on Whlttlur's p hco In literature which
either bus nppoured or will appear; and us Is
fitting In tho pueof the Novmibar Atlint(o
to which Wblltler lias beou so constant n con
tributor, Dr. Holmes has contributed a poem
In his memory. The fooling- which tho auto
crat shows In those verses Is so real that ono
forget their poeila form, and they seeui but
the natural outpouring of the affection of a
brother poet. Elltahelh Htuart Phelps ha
also a touching poem on Whlttlor, which was
written as he lay dying .
The North American Heview (or Novem
ber contains n number of Interesting short
articles: "Objections to Theatrical Life," by
Jennie A. Eustace; "The Religious Issuo In
.Politics," by Arthur Heed Kimball; "Hunl
tAtion versus Quarantine," by Thomas 1',
Hughes. U. D.; and "The Naturalisation
Problem In Now York City," by H. U, Itrad
bury. James O. Ulalne'a"Ptestd'ullal Cam
paign of 18i" Is worthy of attention of
Hehrlbner' Magaslno for November con
tain the second or Its group of preliminary
articles on "The World' Fair," tills one being
an account of "Chicago's Part In the World'
Pair," by Pranklln MaeVeagh, one of the
prominent cltlren of Chicago. Another
natable article lu this Issue I the "Coiivers -
ltna nml 'tnlliliinanr Vlelnr lllltfll." tvlllell I
Of tiv Uanmi.tbo famous Krciich hlhllophllo
and literary iiutliorlty has compiled from tin
published papers found nt (Ilierusey, where
the poet spent hlsoille.
A prominent feature or Oulliiy for Novcm
her I "Hntllc of tho football Hens m of 'III,"
by that master of tho game, Walter Cniiip.
The author rovlows the players nnd perform
nneos ol Inst year In nil Interesting and able
manner, and ninny handsomely cngrawd
IMiitralts, with diagrams or the Yule-Prince.
ton game, lend nddlllon il Interest to 11 Useful
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The Noembor Mngnrliioor Ainerhun Ills
lory will be greatly nrlrcd as 11 souvenir or
Now York's monster celebration or the dis
covery or America by Columbus, The graphic
account Is from the editor's own pen, nnd It
touches forcibly upon all the principal fea
tures nftho fto du)' Jubilee, while brilliant
Illustrations nro very cleverly nml cllectlvcly
Tho November Vttituiu Is the Mint number
oftlio forty-II fill volume and of the twenty-
third jear of this imigalm1, which, while
preserving the general characteristics which
11 Miguc, is sinning mil rresiuy 1
Into now paths Tlio froullspUco Is
the portrnll of 11 n American of whom
his countrymen hinu leasou to be
proud I ho historian Francis Park man
nnd the completion of Mr. Purkmnn's scries
of historical narratives on the French power
In North America Is further uccentiiatt'd by
two short nrtlelis by Mr. Uiwell (uiiuiillulshed
sketch) nnd by Dr. Edward Rgglcston, both
of whom lay stress upon the Importance of
Thucompleto novel In No ember .Ippoi
clls,"Mofe thnu Kill," Isfroin tho well known
pun of Marlon llarlund, ll Is a tale of love,
sorrow mid ntlsumli rstnmlliig, In which one
domestic, trngedy narrowly misses bringing
In nnothor; but darkness gives wny to light
nl hut. J, II. MoCormlck, othnrwlso known
n "Macon," carries 011 tho Joimuiffsf Scrltt In
11 sketchy end readable artlclo headed "'Ihe
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Tho Anna for November closes Us sixth
volumo with a tablo of content nt once
strong, varied and of general Interest. Hov.
Thomas P. Hughes, D. !., dlscusvcs "Lord
Hallsbury's Afghan Policy." Professor J. It.
lluoliBiinn writes ably on "The Practical Ap
plication of tho New Education." Hmnlln
(larland eontrlbutos n paper or marked Inter
est nnd Mvluo on 'Tho West in Literature."
Hov. M. J.Bnvugedlsuuiscss In ncrltlcnl man
ner "Psychical Itcsunrch: It Present Hiatus
Now for DcllelnnsCofleii,
A Lincoln Industry that deserve substan
tial support Is that of Ulnile and Anderson,
maker of the now Kcononiy Coffee Brewer.
Not only because It I a homo Institution,
but more particularly becauso It Is a meri
torious prtalucer of dellcl us coffee and saves
ono-thlnl of the amount usually used. It is
nor pretty genei ally In use in Lincoln ami
thorn who are using it would not do without
oik of them. The cost Is ntmut the same as
ordinary coffee pots. Ofllceof Mossis. Ulade
& Anderson la on Eleventh Krcet, opposite
Capital hotel, wheie they can be seen or cir
cular had on application.
You can always get fredi hiead ntjhe N.
V, Itakery, They bake twice dally.
M. L. Trester, building miterial and oil,
t H0O street.
Purity." Hour sold every-
Full line of artist mateiinW at Lincoln
Krai no nnd Art company's. li-M South lie Is
KG Baking Powder, ' ouucei forJ'i cents
Alisolutely Pure. Have you tried Itt
Mr. 8. F. Kyan, fashionable dross making,
ronii 78 Burr block.
at J. W. Winger & Co.
K C Baking Powder, UA ounce for 25 cents.
Absolutely Pure. Have vou tiled it?
liner For Family Use.
For family trade the John Guild Brewing
Co. Is now delivering a superior giadeof ex
tra pale laser ill either pint or quart Iwttles.
This beer for table use has no u il and is
meeting with popular favor with all the beet
trade of the city. Price a cheap as thnt
charged for inferior beer. L-ave orders at
tfUce, '.Ml North Ninth street. Oicar Beu.tk,
agent. Once tried no other beer will be used.
Why not onler a sample case of it.
No such line of fine manicure goods were
overseen in Lincoln before m are now being
shown at Hector new pharmacy, corner
Twelfth and N streets.
Few Hi ms have come to tho front in so
short a time as the Cook-Bailey Grocery com
pany, A flue Hue of good at low prices mid
reasonable treatment Is what bilugs patron
age to their popular store at 1'JIB O street.
An Klegant Souvenir.
The Western Resort Hook, a finely Illus
trated publication doscrlptlve of all the west
ern resorts along the Hues of the Union Pa
cific system. Sent free Uxn receipt of six
cent lu stamps. J. T. Mastlu, C. T, A. ,
1044 O street. K. A. Slosson, Genera) Agent,
llurllnctan Itiiute I'Uylng Card.
New design, 1 ouud corners, flexible linen
stock, permanent colors, worth 50 cents. We
ell them at 10 cent. Good scheme to buy a
tew packs; might need them tin winter;
euchre, whist, high Ave, etc.
A. C. Ziicmkk, City Pass. Agt.
Ywenty-flve doxen chiffon handkerchiefs
never worth less than 40 cents, Mou lay at 'i'j
J. W. Wl.NOKU & Co ,
F. B. Harris, tho jeweler, will inaugurate
a special sale Monday, to run one week.on all
line of jewelry, watches, clock , etc. Call
and get prices. Ui O street.
Fine riaylng Cauls.
Bend ten cents in stamps to John Sebas
tian, general ticket mid iassenger agent 0
IL I. & P. railway, Chlcigo, for a pack of
the "Hock Island'' pla) lug curds. They are
acknowledged tho lo-st, and worth five time
the cost. Bend money onler or immhi uote
1 for fifty cents, and we will tend five packs
1 by express, piepaia.
ANOTHER NEW ENTERPRISE.
Lincoln Secures thn Nnbrnskn lleadiiiar
liusiif llm lloiiin Hiiggy Co.
Lincoln ieoplowlll boplivised to learn that
n new rii 1 Inge homo will soon he opened In
lino of vehicles of every illscrlptlou. Hlnco
Mr. C. W, Knly cloi out tils sto.-k of car
riages some time ago he tins had several
tempting olTeis to come to Chicago nml as
sociate liliu-olf with some of largest can lego
houses In tho Woi- Id's Fair city. Other
tempting oltVrs have lHen inmlo him nt
homo hero and In couequenco, having al
ready n largo patinnigti ednbllsliel here,
derldisl to remain, He linsnrg'tnlretl a com
tMiuy euibrnclng n number if local utpltnllsts
nnd busltie men in o n linn that will at
oucn tieiomu Mipiilni In this city. It will be
known 11s llm Home Cairlngo Co., nnd its
Held of operation will Im not only Lincoln
but the ,tiitu of Nebraska, nil. I the glent wtnt
Mr. Kaley ns n bugy miii has few If nny
eipmls In this part of the country. Ho has,
Il might Ini said, been brouglil up from boy
limsl In tint (miligu Imslness, nml what ho
don't, know nlMiut Hint line of goods it would
lie almost useless to tell lliln. His busi
ness in Lincoln for three years ns
mnungiiig pin tner of the Hultuii Cart
X' fin r, Iauii fl. slu'tius fill'
MH'uks for itself.
.i,.,,. .,.. lpri,..i .i1Hll,ni ,inlil n.01
buggies than nil the other houses in Lincoln
combined, a fact which freight hills, when
com paled, will demon-trate, In his new en
tei prise Mr, Kuley will control tlio entire
production lor Nebiaska of threo oftlio
Inrgesi cm Hugo fnctoi ie, of America and nil
tli'dr goods fur this state will U shipped Into
Lincoln for dlstilbutloti, thereby making
The new Him expects to be ready for busi
ness by next week nt IWt, 15'Jil nnd l.VJS O
sti let, occupying tliu o.itlra first lloois of
III own llros. new hulldlng. Mr. Knley Is nn
elllclent miniger, 1111 untiring hustler for
trndo nnd n most excellent salesman, In
whom tliu Home Huggy iiinimny will Hud a
capable mid eliterpiisiug lepresentativo.
When by your fireside sitting,
With slippered leet. itt night,
And not one shadow flitting
Across your drowsy night,
Oh, Is It not n startling thing
To have your wife appear,
Exclaiming, ns she cuts the siring,
"Tvtassuch a bargain, dear,"
When, In the morning, rising.
Your mind on business bent,
With thought on advertising .
And payment of the rent.
What feelings In nur bosom well,
When from jour wife jou lieur:
"Do lot me buy It. Il'ssohucll,
And such a bargain, denr!"
When to some distant city
You are obliged to rosin,
A you peruso this ditty
Away from friends mid home,
A letter from your wife is brought.
The meaning of II' clear
Bhe wants a check fur things hIiu'h bought
"At such a bargain, dear."
Let no rash outb who's sbsplug
Ills fill uro by a kiss.
Think ho will bo edcsplng
Just such a rale as tills.
Ills girl, no matter what her name,
is Kvo again, we fear:
We love them: but they're all the same-
As bargains thoy are dear
-Tom Mosson tn Cloak Review.
One Discordant Note.
A tail, thin mnn with 11 (irirco-Homnn
nose, high cheek hones nml Ioiik, Htmlght
hair ns blnck ns a raveiiV wing stood on n
Imrrcl in the northwest corner of the great
Manufacture building lu .luckxou park,
on the oulvklrtH of the Immense multitude
thnt hnd gathered within its portals, nnd
surveyed with contemptuous glance the
thirty acres of human beings before him.
Ills nose went up in theulr. lie drew his
long Prince Albert coat closer about Ills at
tenuated form, stepped down Irnm the bar
rcl, stalked along to the niuihue.-t torniT
of tho vast hull, looked imnln nl I ho crowd,
glanced upward at the t icnieiidoiiM arches
spanning the cental portion id tliu build'
lug nnd his lip curled In incnHiirolcHS scorn.
lie went outside the building, crowd
the bridge In frotitof the ueMoni entrance,
forced his way through the mass of hi!
inanity still crowding toward the common
center, crossed over to the vvoisled Island,
and from the shore facing the great arc hi
tectural wonder of the World's Columbian
exposition he gar.cd at its purely classic
facade. Its stiicmlous roof cleaving the
sky In majestic yt-t harmonious and sym
metrical outline, his thin lips parted again,
ami he said, in the void, sneering tone ol a
man who felt that he had been imposed
upon and deceived:
"It will do well enough for Chlcngo, I
reckon, hut shucks! If we had It dowu In
St. Loula we could put the whole diirned
building Inside our exposition and have
room enough left to chuck In the Audi
torium bcsidesl" Chicago Tribune.
Gua Why, hello, Phil, whnt're you doln
with thnt suit of armor on?
Phil I'm goln to sing "Comradea" to
night at a concert! Truth.
flefore ihe lleak.
"Why did you not deliver up the pocket
book on the day you found Itf"
"It won too late."
"And the extdayr"
"It wnscmpty."-Avvlsatoro Alplno.
The Duly Wuy.
He Have you seen Mrs, llnrnwell, the
society lady w ho has gone on the stugef
She No, but I want lo see heractdread
fully. He She nhvay doos. Truth,
A (liiod Test,
Druggist Was that Insect powder you
got the other day satlsfactor) r
Gumtuey The Insects seem to like It.
" '" ; a -
I now In full swing, nnd while the Increase In
the volume of our business hns been highly
satisfactory, wc nrc striving to still augment
the popularity of our establishment by selling
Dress Goods, Cloaks,
Ladies' Furnishing Goods,
and Dry Goods,
of every dcscilptlon, nt popular nml extraordi
nary low prices, Interesting bargains In every
department. We will not be undersold. We
want our trade nnd will make It profltnlilc nnd
Interesting to evcrvone who calls nt the
Progressive Dry Goods Emporium,"
li LOCH & KOHN,
114 1 nnd 1 143 O street.
v-. ron,:7 N
Stw ' " J0rn 1
1225 0 ST.
' Printed in a Newspaper
Mean jut what they my. We know the Low Cash prices we quote on desirable
Millinery hurts our competltois but LET THEM HOWL.
Hundreds of people have taken advantage of the low figures we have
made on FIRST CLASS MILLINERY,
Our cash money lu the wholesale market buys the same quality of
merchandise as docs our competitors'.
Our Millinery Department
Is managed by a lady of Sixteen Years' Experience.
Shrewd buyers recognize us as the Low Price Cash Millinery House
We still continue to cut Wool Felt Sailors to 69c. Compare them
with goods other houses nsk vou 95c and $1.25 for.
Your choice of any Wool Felt Hat In the house for 69c.
Black Prince of Wales Tips, 32c.
Black Ostrich Tips, 48c. Others ask jou $1 .00 for them.
See the Decorated Stand Lamp we show at $1.39.
Grand Display of LIBRARY LAMPS.
100 piece Dinner Sets, Decorated Semi. Porcelain English Goods
$10,50, worth $15 00.
CHKS. TK. BROHD
112 O STREET.
STRICTLY CASH. ONE PRICE TO ALL.
:n n ni tiTAtitU.
v m im r
e I JA
'Ht !-. 1
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1225 0 ST.
nest mid only I'ure Air Henter Made.
"Splendid" Oil Heaters.
H. J. HULL & BRO.,