Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, November 19, 1892, Image 6

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    CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1892
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DR. HENRY A. MARTIN'S
Medicallnstitute
fohtiu: uuiu: OK
Chronic Diseases
SPECIALTIES:
Discuses of Women, A
Cntnrrh,
"Morphine and Opium Habits.
Cure (itmrnnlced. ConMiltntlou Free. Z
Offices, 141 South 12th Street
HBR1SKA CONSERVATORY of MUSIC
nil
ictdemlc School for Girls,
Nebraska.
All llranehtaof
Art, Elocution,
Literature, nd Languages,
iky a Faculty of RIiImii Instructors.
Kach Teacher an
ARTIST AND SPECIALIST.
oaly Ooimervatory writ of llonton own-
own Duiiuini ami iiirnisniiiKi. a re-
ne ror lady aiuueitia. tuiiiob rrom
O.W per term of 10 week.
Catalogue and Banei-itl Infarmattoa,
O. B. HOWMliU Dlreotor.
Ladies' and Children's
air Catting and Shampooing
a Specialty,
SAM. WESTERFI ELD'S
BURR BLOCK.
Santa Fe Route !
. .
ItchisoD, Topfika ft Ssnta Fe R. R
Peyolar Route to the Pacific
Coast.
Through Pullman and Tourist
Sleepers
mmmuu Kama City and SAN DIEGO,
IrOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN.
CISCO. Short Line Rate to
PORTLAND, Oregon.
Owable Dally Train Service Between
KapBM City and PUEBLO, COLORADO
MINGS, and DENVER. Short
to SALT L.AK.IS (Jl'JL'Y.
She Direct Texas Route
JU Trains
Oamaton.
Between Kansas City and
The Short, Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
8aa Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Points
fn Texas.
IW Only Line Running Through wM
OKLAHOMA COUNTRY. Tha
Only Direct Line to theTaxaa
Pan-Handle. For Maps and
TIbm Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call or
or Address
. &X PALMER., Passenger Agvejl,
131$ Far Afreet
ara
WHO WITH THff Of OtyiAPMV C 1HC OOUNTRVWUAOS1
MUCH tmtmUMtOr tOM A tTUOV Or 1H MAP or INC
(iimillAMMTIIOM.
THCY AflE THRICE WELCOME AND
APPOOPHIATE FOR CHP.I3TMA8.
Toltrn of KnIwiii Ailnpli'il In All Arm
nml for KrlclnU of llrry Hrgrriri Ilitnr
to Miika a rtcrn f liit'rniri, Useful
nml Attrnrllrn Artlrltt.
tCVipXTtitlit, IMt!, by Amrrlran I 'mis Akmk'Ih
Hum.) Now Hint tlio clilil of niittiiuii In tho
air makes Indoors nnd lamplight in-durnbltHm-nligH
our thoughts ln-gln to
go forth into tlin "shadowy future," nml
vlhiotm of coining festivals Hit before iih.
TliniilcPKivIiiK hiy I'll" i 'y ot caring
for iintl piovldlng tor Itself, no wo con
cern ourselves but littlo about tlio tur
keys that am fattening unil "tlio front
thutV on tlio rind," ripening and mellow
liiH Its frtilt, for well wo know tlio barn
yard will supply tlio one, wliilotlin other
will gtneo tlio feast for iuo.t of iih.
Hnt Christmas linn itH own peculiar
claims, nud eiich of uh feels Unit loved
ones n ro not only ilenr to our henrtH, hut
that wo want to ilimionHtrnto thnt loto
by giving some evidence of Its existence.
Ami what moio convincing remimler
tlmii to offer tliti work of our IiiuiiIh,
each stitch jiroclalinitiK tlio loving caro
that fashioned tlio gift for tlio otio
whoso wants it Ih intended to supply?
Tlio following articles can all lw man
ufautureil at homo with tillllng ex
pense, while all will bo found useful and
attractive:
Ouo of tlio prettiest knlttliiK bags I
over phw wan
mailoof an mill
nary sloovo pro
tector, such us tho
clerk nt tlio soda
fountain usually
wears nnd tho
butcher always
affects. It may
bo ornamented
with it spray of
flowers In crow
els, done in long,
irregular stitch-
KNITTINO I1AO. eS, li font loaf ill
bronzo gteen similes, with 11 few wliltoor
yellow daisies, or n lilt of rhyme outlined
in Hillc being pretty. If tho latter,
When tiny Isfmlluu lu tlm.eky
'1 liun u ninko tho needles II)-,
would bo appropriate. Mnko n bag of
slilk twice rH deep as, tho cuff, turning a
hem at ouo end mid running a case for
ribbons to draw. Gather tho other end,
atd after covering u round picco of card-
board wit It silk neatly overcast tho gath
ered edges to It. Slip tho cuff over and
fasten to tho ban with horrumbone
stitch.
t
J) J F
On? ww
Jfrm . 1, Til
I
r -l
fil'ECTACI.K OA8E.
Ono yard of 4-inch ribbon; fringe the
ends; tuni just above tho fringe and
baste; tuni ono end tip six .inches, tho
other four, ovorca-sting tho edges to form
pockets. Run ono end through n braus
crescent nftor having etchod in irregular
loiters "Spectacles" on ono pocket, "Eyo
glasses" on tho other. Finish with small
plush balls or brass scqnlus. A pair of
spectacles and eyeglasses may bo otohed
On tho pockets if preferred.
If thero is a big brother who goes to
evening parties or to tho opera, certainly
ho yill bo pleased wlth.n perfutued pad
for tho drawer in' which ho keeps his
tlrosa shirts, gloves and ties. If a very
handsomo ono is desired, china silk may
bo used, though tho bt-st Jpinlity 'of
cheesecloth in delicate pink or bluo Is
extremely pretty. Measure tho length
of the drawer and got n half yard nioro
than its length. Two sheets of wadding
Most of my rmieiii huvo tliiiihtlcsri
seen tho pt'itty baiiuorrt that are no fre
quently hung on tho head of tho bed lu
guest chamber, hut if not they will Hud
pleasure in sending ono to mhiio ft lend
recently visited, or ill placing one in their
own spare room. Hiuco fresh flowers
cannot always gieet a friend, this pretty
conceit jnay bo nubstltutcd.
Three-eighths of u yard of sash ribbon
mid a brass rod nto tho Snatoiials needed,
with a bottle of liquid silver or gold, as
will compuro best with tho rlbloti so
looted, and u very lino camel's hair brush.
Truro these words of welcome on thorll
liou, leaving suflltieiit margin at tho top
to turn under and fasten to tho rings on
tho rod, Ftiugo tho lower odgn;
Hlt't'p sweetly In
this quiet room,
O tliou, wlmo'cr
thou art,
Ami lit no mourn
ful )fatcrila)s
la-iirt.
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CUcagOiRocklsland & Pacific Ru
Vka.BniBOT ROtJTB to and from CirJCACO,
BOCX HUtWD. DAVBWPOUT. DKO 110 1 NEB,
fuoacn. r.uw. wathutoww; bioox
VAIXB. MXMMKAVOUB. ST. PAUL, BT. JOS
PK. ATOKaOif, XJCAVXMWOUTK. JCAIIBAi
etTT, vopanCA, dwvxb. Colorado ar-Noa
aadFUaBIXX
SKID VESTItVU EXPRSS TRAINS
Thraaah iloaaasa. aiMpon, rren ItacUolnii
aUr Gam and Slalntr Can daily botwren CHI
fiaacvxuBBiiconfas, council, amirs and
BfeUU. and baMtaan OBIDAOO nnd DENVER,
CCOABADO BPBIMSa jnd OKULO via St.
upU, or Kaaaaa Ottr,CLod Topeka.
VlfrtwtelaWrfLf) Route
z9m-&Ktrm aTialaa lUlly batwaen CUccec
ad atlasaapaUa and afTTnuL trim TMKOUUJl
aacUaln Oaalr Cars ontXX) to und from them
yalnta and Knniaa OMr. Tbrovirh Chair Car
rot Tleksla. Hum Toldara. or dmtred lufornia-
Stes, apply at uiy boupoa Ticket C.ttco, ofttddreir
K. ST.4QHN, . JOHN SEBASTIAN,
OKIOAOO ILL
A rKUKUMBO PAD.
laid on tho cloth, turning in tho sel
vages and, doubling tho uupndtbNi Mo
over brings .tho edges together Wr
treating tho ends tho saiuo way, solo
favorite perfumed iwwder having Ivtyn
sprlnkletl between tho wadding. A
piece of daisy ribbon will bo wanted to
tio tho pad, and three ynrds of 2-inch
ribbon tho samo shade for bows on tho
pockets. Theso aro turned over on each
euu, ono ten tho other seven inches, for
gloves and ties. Palo bluo with pink is
particularly pretty.
A gold colorod silk ono with whito
nooons uoiigntea a undo or my
quaintance.
ac-
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Ik'
Nor ll tomorrow
el thy rust
With itrcams of
coinliiK III.
Thy .Maker Is thy
ahanitelnss
friend;
IIIloviisiirromil
thro still.
k'nritut thyself nml
nil tho world:
I'ut out rue 1 1 ulnrlnu lluhti
Thosturn nro MittchliiKoprhcml;
Hlrci nwrvtly then. (IimhI nlKhtt
Fasten u tiumbor of single sheets of
nolo paper to tho hack of tho banner
with daisy ribbon tied in tho und rings
on tl-o tod, On theso guests will inscribe
nates oi visits aim any
t they may wish toox-
'bbW.
p4. BW
three Inches, inn ;t cao for the arm rib
bon, mid gather in the middle so as to
foint what looks very like butterlllew
with their wings spread for Might. Any
llowet design may bo painted on tho
en so, Vlolots on yellow, forgetmenots
on pink, npplo blossoms or wild roses on
blue being especially pretty, llun nar
row llblxiim in tho rases.
ninno.v cahe roit riiOTOOitArns.
Ono and a half ynrds of two con
trasting shades of -l-iucli ribbon, ono
quarter yard china silk to match either
i ihliou, wadding und sachet powder
form this dainty caso. Hem each riln
bou; .overqist tlio edges together for
eighteen inches, turning up nine inches
and overcasting tho outer edges. Mako
n bag of ,tlio silk, lino with wadding,
porfumo and slip into tho riblwn bag.
Fringe tho ends four inches, knot onco,
und II vo inohes nliove tho margin of the
bag tio a long looped bow, folding it
over so tho fringed ends will meet tho
bottom of the bag.
Another useful nnd pretty trillo for a
spare chamber is a shoo button basket.
Tho ouo Illustrated is 0 inches long, 4
wido and 2 deep, lined with gray china
silk nnd pink rib
bon trimmings.
Two yards of rib
bon, H spool or wwwKPg-
black llax. small fffTflffi
pair of scissors, hhor mrrroN iiasket.
some buttons on ribbon, a thimblo nnd
silver plnted hook complete the furnish
ings. Tho scissors aro tied to tho end of
tho ribbon on which tho llax Is strung,
bows being iied whoro thoy nro fastened
to opposite comers. A tiny bag of wider
ribbon contains tho thimble, and tho hut
tons aro secured to tho foui th corner.
Across the basket is laid tho hook, nbow
tied on tho handle.
A card may bo ndded conveying this
littlo rhyme:
Ilvro'a something you'll find rlnlit handy
A xxr Christinas present, 'tis true,
Uutnt loimt joucsn never more tell mo
I don't caro a button for jgu!
1'IIKTTY HOOK COVKK.
This is recommended for piqwrod cov
ered books or magazines only, the blot
ting paper of which It Is composed being
scarcely durable enough to supplant
board covers.
Take a sheet of buff blotting paper
and cut two pieces a trillo larger than
the iwok It la to cover, lllnd both ends
and ono sido with brown ribbon that
"Hhndes In" with tho paper, pasting It
oti with powdered gnm tragacanth dis
solved in it littlo eiilnainon water. Cut
two pieces of ribbon a fraction longer
than tho covers, turning down und past
ing tho Qiids to prevent fraying. Uum
tho unbound edges and lay on ouo rib
bon, let It dry, then paste tho other rib
bon directly over tho Hrst. A sketch in
sepia of a pretty spot described, a fn
vorlto pnssngo quoted or "Old Friends
Aro Best Friends" on tho cover will glvo
plrnsuro to tho owner of tho treasured
volume.
A simple and pretty rattle for tho littlo
"stranger that is within our gates" is
mado of n 7-lnch
embroidery hoop,
wrapped in rib
bon, crossed sons
to meet In tho
center, where it
bow is tied. Fas
ten silvered
slolgh bolls on tho
ends of tho bows
and nt intervals A wattle.
on tho crossed ribbons. Two ynrds of
ribbon and fifteen bells nro wanted. Tho
uariow red, whito and bluo riblion makes
a particularly pretty and gay rattle.
Mary Hosh Banks.
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wfcQ ten rvaxi nJ vtritr, n4 ho.
sUi lutlnicUoat.Mlll wik Induiiriou).
lr'lwniM,kN(lhr ll.c.l Mill tlM ranillk
artluM(VMmljllwtn.li turi,iir.nilli.tuiDuBt.
wtf ftftmtlnt ft c(ul lo. k-.,lly tud quliklr
NmS. 1 4Nlr tut worker hw Mtli ilUlrUl orrbuuljr, 1
fft li 'a ewlUalan rHKI , Ada,... i ..4
aiiiiGfl, aaax mm, At im, Mala
OABE FOR WASHCLOTH JJiDKW,
Almost any little girl of ton, or twelve
years who is oxpert with hor ueedlq,ean
mako this case, with perhaps' Httlo.os
slstanco in transferring a design to be
outlined, A strip of pillowcnso linen,
U by 0 inches, ono end rounded, has a
slmplo spray of flowers on tho square
end not oxceedlng flvo inches in height.
Lino wjth whlo enameled cloth, bind
with llnou tnpo, nnd on tho flap outline
Take mo" or 'H m ready," aa may bo
preferred, A crash or linen wushcloth,
scalloped or.frlnged, with udalntily iwr
ftuned pieco of soap, completes tho uso
f uland pretty trillo.
TRAVEUSQ SIIAWL AND WRAP CASE.
Ono yard of grass linen qud two largo
bunches or stnr braid aro wanted. Cut
two circles of the linoh nine inches In
diameter, braid a largo initial on eacli,
or threo rows of braid may lw put on,
beginning half an inch from tho outer
edge. A pleco it half yard wido by three
quarters long will fit -tho circles, after
taking hems an inch wido from the ends.
Drald to match tho circles, adding a
small pocket to ono side. Handles of
doubled linen may bo ndded, or lcathei
handles can bo bought at trilling ex
pense. Closo with buttons nnd button
holes. Herringbone stitch may bo sub
stituted for braid.
A more useful gift is hard to And, the
"holding" capacity proving a charm on
a family outing when numerous light
wraps aro wanted.
Tho list of gifts that a young man may
offer to his young lady friend is so lim
ited that n hint in that direction may not
como amiss. Of courso books and flowers
aro always permissible, but all girls aro
not "bookish," while flowers retain their
benuty and sweetness so short a time
after being removed from the hothouse
atmosphere ono scarcely feels repaid for
sending it gift that will not survive the
day it commemorates. No article of
apparel can bo of
fered, and 'Huy-
lers" has ceased
to bo a novolty.
A fan Is the, ono
articlo of1 uso liml
adprnmont that
can bo '.safely of
fered , ' 'antl to
tnnku tho gift
complete ono of
thoso protty rib
bon cases to bo
carried on tho
arm may accom
pany It. These Junnc-N fanoase.
uro mado of oim.und a fourth ynrds of
ribbon wide 7ionga te cover tho fan
easily, tho edges overcast to within three
inohes of ono cud und six of the other
.ends. Cut in two lengths; fringe threo
inches deep. Fold over the upper ends
Sanitrav - Heater.
the Howe
Ventilator.
llotnii(l only I'tiro Air Hontcr Mado.
"Splendid" Oil Heaters.
Steel Ranges.
Furnaces
Kitchen Utensils-.
H. J. H1LUBR0.,
1305 O STReeT.
For tfte
jVovefttei
IN-
LADIES SHOES
watch our window.
Ono Woman' Irr Album.
A dress album Is now tho popular
fad. 1 saw it most interesting ono
lately, ouo that had lieou kept for years
long before they beciuno fashionable
Tho owner Is n young bookkeeper, with
an artistic faculty, who is always ex
quisitely dressed on a most mod orate
Balary.
Her album contains scraps of nearly
every gown she ia worn, from tho
dainty baby dresses to hor latest tailor
made gown.
"My grandmother taught mo when 1
was a littlo thing to string pieces of my
dresses togothdr with thread and needlo,"
she salit, "und Iliad uhvuys kept up tho
custom tillafow years ago, when tho
idea of tacking, tho scraps into an album
came into my mind, though I had nover
heard of any one's doing so," nnd she
opened a largo scrap album to tho first
page, where aro pieces of tho whito baby
dresses, with scrups of delicate laco and
embroidery.
"Of courso I cannot romomber thoso,"
sho said. "My recollection begins with
this, which was a favorite dress when u
child," pointing to a pretty pink Bprigged
lawn.
By an odd bine and whito plaid I
written: "My Hrst silk. Eighth .birth
day." Then follows an array of school
girl dresses, each labeled with some
brief rominiscenco or date.
Ono page is given up to scraps from
her wnrdrobo when sho first vwqnt to
boarding school. Under a' light sum
mer silk are tho words, "First trained
dress." In, a palo bluo wool shohad hor
"First proposal Declined." Tliesb sim
ple and protty gowns culminate hi scrap
of India ntull and loco, which bear tlio
momentous date of "Graduation."
Tho explanatory notes grow in inter
est after this. There are ball drcsso
with initials of senders of bouquets; a
scrap from a riding habit with initials of
escort; street and house dresses with
some piquant suggestion of adventure or
interesting occurrence.
Tho dresses 'for a particular season
are grouped togother under a heading,
"Summer (or winter) of 18." Then fol
low the scraps with more elabornto notes.
Bits1 of tho trimming accompany each
gown', witli brjqr descriptions of tho style
in which it is fashioned and numo of
modisto.
A violet strewn lawn has tho simple
lino: "Juno 15, 18.' H. L. accopted."
Under a soft golden brown wool Is writ
ten, "Dearest of dresses, bocauso II
loved It."
Then comes a pago of mourning gar
ments worn for tho man whoso wife she
wns to havo been, utul for tho father
whoso dourest pleasure hud been tho
gratification of her every wish.
Tho dresses becaiuo loss costly after
this, for sho had been thrown upon her
own resources, like many a petted child
of luxury, nnd by n plain blue flannel
is written, "First dress I bought with
money I had earned mysolf ." Tho gowns
begin, to bo mado over now. A seal brown
.wool trimmed with velvet appears on
tho next winter's pago in combination
with a harmonizing stripo, while tho vel
vet is useu as couar, cuns aim rovers on
a lavender cassiincre tea gown; but tho
dresses are as tasteful nnd dainty as
.when hundreds of dollars wero Invested
ih them.
A cheviot dress dates from tho first
trip to tho seashore; a pale i greonoyonlng
gown bears dato of a grand "reception,
while hero and there are noted 'names:
."Wore this' when introduced to Mrs.
; "This b a Soroslslinuer.v,j "This
when 0. P. R,' called."
Thero is more than ono gown, by which
Is written the initials of fiomo tinfortu-
nuto man with tho terse legend, "Re
jected." "Aud when will you add the v;cddh;g
dress?" I asked.
"Nover," sho answered sadly, turning
bark ten years to ",Tho dearest of dresses,
bocauso II loved it."
Jessie F, O'Donnbll.
LEGGINS FOR
BOYSlAND
GIRLS
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Moving Household Goods and Pianos
a Specialty.
Nono but experlcnccil innn employed. Latest ilnvleos for moving Maclilncry, Knfen, and
other Heavy Articles.
51?e Burliito9,8 Serritory
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Unlta Oaaata
Steal Haila
tanugh Coachem
Quick Tima
Chair Cara
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OOR.OANOIOTN,
Mr
B.aM.DKPOT.
AVAOT, ATcnnpif , AixxoHBirr Aire Atnrrm.
BALitkKMiB, aoaroK, bowalo akb tmuHarow.
'Obicaim pwjraL Lvrra, Cincinnati and clbyblasbv
Qbaw , Bntortf DE8 M9W fa.AND ,rNVIU
'KvAifavru.B, aaia, klmira and bav claikb.
Fall bivbb, riTciiDuao, roND su lac and vortwatnb
QALVBBTON, 8E0R0BT0WK, GRAND RAKSS, OALBSBUR.
HALtBAZ, HOUSTON, HOT SPRINOS AND HANNIBAL.
I RONTON, INDIANAPOLIS, IOWA CITY AVB WDBrBMDBNM
jbrsxy city, jackson, j0lirt and jacksonville.
Kalamazoo, keokuk, kankakrb and Kansas rty.
Lbadvillk, LITTLR rock, LOUISVILLB anb uncolbt.
VlNNRArOLIS, MODILR, MILWAUKKB ANB MBMPMIS,
NW ORLRANS, NANTUCKUT, NEW YORK AND N AH VILLB,
Omaha, oshkosii, osweco and ooDRNsnuaa,
pkoria, rttsdurg, pjliladblrhia amd portland.
qfkrktako, qu1ncv, queubc and quitman.
Rock island, Richmond, rockpord and rochbstsr.
Sacramento, salt lake, san francisco anb bt. pabv
"talijauabsue, tburk iiautp., toledo and taunton.
Ulysses, vruana, unadilla and utica.
Virginia city, vicksuuro, vincbnnes and vancouvbb.
VlNNireO, WASHINGTON, WINONA AND WORCBSTR.
X"NIA JUNCTION, XCUXHS, XENIA AND XENOPHON.
YP81LANTI, YONKKrs, YANKTON AND YOUNOBTOWB.
2lON, ZUMIIROTA, ZACA1ECAS AND ZANKSVILLB.
THERE CAN MS
ffO MISTAKING TUR
.BlALINGTON'S" POSITION
"IN THE RAILROAD VORD
IT IS LWAYS WAS ALWAYS WILL BE A LEADER..
. J.RRAN0I8.
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