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Uirlinnl' Work, Cor ll riilli nwl O HK
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VIII fl, M K llMillll, ' II I.HHf,
s' II (Ininfiiiiii 1 II ,iiu!ol"ii,
German National Bank
eph Hnehuicr, President,
Herman H. Scluticrc. Vice l'reit.
i h.i I Wiiite, Ciiklitn
(ll'O II SlllttllliC, Wt, Cl-dlll'l
The Eirst National Bank
0 and Tenth Sts.
Cipltal, $400,000 Surplus, $100,000
CHINA S1I.K WAISTS.
TMCY MAY DC VCHY POPULAR1 NEXT
Mm Xnrli lli'llr Vint Prrinrlnii .Uli ihiinii
llni' fur llm Ciiiintrj Mini Hi inlini.-.
Ihr) 'IiiIhhi lln Itltli'iiili'il Htiln New
lti'lltn In .li'Mi'lr).
V')rltlit. lilKt. I xtiiirlutli l'ir AomiiIu
I fan ri'iiH'iulii'r, iiml I urn not o wry
old tithor, when a good faille or gms
graln nils- ruuM not bo bought for lexs
llinii $1 a yntd, mill now one enn get a
liamlhiiino iicc of nil If at $1, ami by
watching closely 0110 often coincsuoioss
a plow for Ml to "ftcenlH ami fiom that
downwind It ih'ciIm to ho ii Hiipcih Mill
or a ltluli novelty now to IhIiik nmio
tlimi $1, ami tlw lighter ipmlltlcH of nilks
nro toally M-aifch moio expensive 'nan
lino cotti n dicss goods, ami they aro nice
ami pleas int to wear
CltAS.A. IIANNA, Vlee-frtuMent.
r. M COOK, CiuMer
O.N I.WI'lNCtn T, .tn'l r.iM'
II S VHKKMAA.Air'tCtt'hltr
Lincoln, : Nebraska
OMctrt ami Ditntors:
MUi B. Wrlgltt, fro.. T. R. Hnmleri, V.-l
J. II. McUlny, Cnnhler.
r Johnion, II I' Ijui. Thou foolirnti. K
KHUer, TWlAtmiry, V I. Dnylun
General Hanking llwilnc'i Trnntactcd
Collection n Specialty.
LOMBARD INVESTMENT CO.,
-Farm and City Loans
AT LOW RATES.
ty Money furnUhed pioiuptly on p
1130 O Street, Lincoln, Neb
REAL ESTATE lOASS
Onhrnulncnotern N'nlirmkii nntl liuproveil
property In Lincoln Torn torn, of years.
Lowest Current Rates
R. E. & J. MOORE.
Comer llth A O Street. Lincoln.
5 per cent on Deposits Paid at the
AND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
I'oiner P anil Lloveutli M
The Only Safe Deposit Vaults in Lincoln
N S IllUttOO,!,
N e- lluu'k.
XV a Scllcok,
) V Wl I11I1T.
II I) lliillmuii).
.1 . iinviii',
i' J CriiHt,
II V llntuu,
I'. It Sl.-r.
Ilenr Lew In,
C.M'ITAL, - WAO0O.IH)
l)oUlloMJr' l.tiililllltes, TODixx).
I'.ns Intel et on ndnIiikh ium'(iiuin and time
leiosltM. KnrnlnlieseNclmiiKe foe
John Tn lor. rrolilent
.Inline Kllliii'ti. op t'renlit.'tit.
i: U 'lhiBtco'i,hler.
No cotton, how owr thin, 1 an cool an
china fdlk or ponco, anil I notlco aiming
tho now thiiiKH Int forward a wry lingo
lino of ilninty IiIoiihch, waintHanil h.iciiiioh
of tbcHo light hU1(h in Mack, whtto ami
other colore, particularly in Habntaiaml
wanli illn. Tho china tlllc will all
wash and keep their color in owi tiling
but cardinal and green. Thoio colois
nro apt to Htreak.
Homo of tho pretty wiiIhIh inado of
whlto or black Hllk bavo ndjimtablo col
lnrottcM, inado by Kowing linhtail ciiiIh of
riblmii to a band, tho longest in front
and graduating up to tho middle of tho
back, where tho collar ties with a bow
nuil eliort emN. On tho upper edgo of
tho band is a quilling of tho name rib
bon. Homo of theco am inado of olvit
ribbon, and others of illlToront kinds and
colors. All aro dainty nnd gullsh and
attract! w. Tliey will bo worn with dlf
feicnt miiniiicr gowns.
Tho young ladle who 1110 now prepar
ing to go to Newport. Lenox and otber
places where their new gowns will bavo
tho best chauco to bo admit oil aro ha ing
loads of pretty nftetnoon drosses inado
hero and also impoited. It is a littlo ro
inmkalilo tbat tho wrj ladies who haw
ulwajH been noted for their mUanco in
all now styles nro wry shy of tailing tho
lead in tho distended skiits. and only
wiy fow aro inado with stillcniug in tho
skiits, ami they mo of such material as
is most suitable for walking and (siting.
For summer and homo wear tho young
lad of today wants Miinething that sho
can lounge in, and no sane poison would
get into a hnaunock with hoops or even
a MtilTcned sMit. Theio would bo 110
boating, no tennis, no nlplno climbing 1
or own plain, simple buggy rides possi
ble, and this Minuuor at least will seo
our joung gills dressed unit li us they I
weio Inst summer, with tho exception of
tho big sleeves mid ipiaint hi ulwear and
tho almost oiunipiCM'iit bretelles.
One of tho best and most carefully
dicssed joung Indies in this citj is Miss
llowitt, daughter of ex-Mnor Hewitt,
mid Miss Ounther. daughter of another
et-inayor, is eipmlly well known for her
tasto in dtess.and neither of these oung
ladies intends to wear hoops or anything
approaching to them. Miss Ounther
lias locoiwd a gown of nuvj hluu-chtua
silk without tlgures, and this is inado
with four ii y nariow bias rutlles
nround tho bottom, with tinned hems,
each haing a mniow piping of baby
Tho waist is round and di.iped with
folds of tho navy blue, with nariow pip
ings of baby blue whoiowr it can bo put
in! It issurplico fiont. Theroisafull
uillloof thodatk bluo around tho neck
lined with tho light, and this falls sons
to lea vo the nock open very slightly in
front. Tho sleeves have loose pulls at
tho top, mid tho lower part is shirred
and held by light blue round piping.
Tho hat that sho weais with this is a
black stiaw, lound mid Hat, with a largo
Alsatian bow of bluo and black ribbon
and a bunch of bluets.
with a fow primroses aparently grow
This Idea I have seen carried out on
uimiy hats There will bo a littlo tuft
of grass, Mil of which jieep littlo or big
lionet h, jiist us if planted theio. Tho
Idea Is meant to bo very artistic, but It
really does not appear tho light one ex
actly, as It makes 0110 think of the heavy
I want t4 speak of two more very
elegant gowns belonging to two other
nociolv belles Ouo Is of lavender India
nilk.with purple lintels audgieou leaves
upon it. The waist, sleeves ami a baud
at tho foot are of soft gieeti faille just
tho color of tlie leaves. A pointed lnco
bertha and in flies at tho steoves add
lightness to it
Tho othei is of tender upple green
India silk, w ith pel fei t anemones pi luted
upon it Around tho bottom is a laco
llouucn, garnished with libhon loops
and bows to match the color of the How
ers. A gieen faille collarette reaches to
tho point lit tho waist and is thiee shade
darker than the gi omul work of the di cms.
Uullles of lnco form caps to tho sleeves,
which mo inado of plain silk In tho
back theie is a watteau di.ipeiv of lace,
forming a slim t tialn Tin so gowns nro
quite hnmlsome enough for uny ix c isiou.
except perhaps a ceremonious Inaction,
Would j 011 like to si e sonic of the new
dt signs in jeweli j? A bowknot pin is
made of a gold that looks exactly like a
satin libhon mid inset with il diamonds
mid IIOhiiiiII peails. This pin is iudif
feiently used as collar laco pin or to
fastcnonswntchvvith. Another pin ism
I tho shape of 11 di agon, his wings mid body
I being iridesieiit. with some kind of tieat
I incut to the gold. Over the head is a
ciown hot witli icarls, diamonds or ru
One I saw lias emeialils at the top
mid diamonds below ami a dainty pin of
peai 1 ami diamonds set in four of bluo
enainel foigetinenots, villi diamond cen
ters mid peat I buds. A hail pin was vf
dead gold in intricate pattern openwoik
mid huge enough to bo called a comb
There was a sword hatpin of gold set
with many lino small iicnrls, thiee largo
ones mid two emernldrt. Lmeiiilds mid
rubies are the most popular jewels except
diamonds. Topaz, is preferred now to
any of tho less expensive jewels.
LOCKET) UP IN GLOOM.
WHERE MOTHS CANNOT CORRUPT
NOR THIEVES STEAL IN.
SOMETHING GOOD TO BUY
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.
T. C. K6RN, D. D. S.
Rooms 25 and 26, llurr I'docL,
lln at creut oi-
1'i'ino rM'lnittl hit
w OLD liiMriinoMil
wnli 11 new Hiit'-
myer. direct from l.omlnn, sml Is now belter
prepared thnn over to lo line worts, from
locket up to llfu blze. Open fr"" Ui in. 10 4
p. m. Htlllilnv. SI11.II1,. t'JI t QHticnt.
I ft tJ r
PLANS FOR 25 CTS.
Send for tlm National huii-p-Kit,
h montJily Jturnnl dovotwl
to bulUlltiB interoetb. lfcli
nnmlKir eontulns . comnlutu
nf nlnns ready to build Inim. Trlee. J3 10 per
m:w vancii.s in jr.wn.s.
Miss Hewitt's piotticst diess is made
of china silk, old gold gioitnd, with old
roso and olivo gieon lloweis over it.
Around tho bottom is a deep llounco of
black chnntilly, he.uleil by a double ruf
tlo of the diess uiaten.il. Actoss tho bust
is a long scarf of black lnco, w hich ties
in tho back in a bow, and tho cuds icach
neaily to the bottom of tho dress. Tho
minor sleeve is miffed, mid tholowei is a
book."ljMHi; tiouDiufilo of the laco only. The hat is
ncouirp. wuu ..,,. . ,. ...
J,1',, l"IUBVriv""-" --- -; :
tiuaiiKii, Adtmii Kxprcbit UalldiiiB, t mcago, I dU 3 laviblily trimmed w ith black laco,
A XA lf VV lin Tried lit Cull li Her lliiiiuwuy
Ail incident at once pathetic and shock
ing occurred at 11 railway station in
Pennsylvania not long since. Anegio
man told his wife lie was going to leave
lier and xvould never live with her any
more. Then ho stiodo oil and boarded,
tho next train. Tho deserted woman
snatched up their littlo girl, 4 years old,
and followed him, reaching the platform
just as the train slowly glided away. Sho
nt tempted to climb uihiii oueof tho earn,
although they wore all cady in motion.
She slipped and fell, and tho wheels of tho
learcur passed over her nnd thOchilrtTThe
child's legs weio both cut off, nnd it died
in tho hospital a few hours afterward. The
mother was badly cut and wounded, but
may get well. It wasa I light fill scene, the
bleeding, mangled foi ins, the dv ing t hild
and tho horniled exclamations of the
tiainlo.id of people who gntheiod alnmt
them It 'vas the ismicst possibloway
to bung renegade hush mil luck, ami
tho untoiti. unto cie.ituio ought to have
known that. In tho lust place, she would
most likelv have been better oil without
hini, 011 geuetal pnuciples Negtoinen
of tins generation are not halt so indus
trious as the women Many of theiu lie
down and glow tat on tho inonev their
wives earn by washing nnd scrubbing.
They do not even icpav their keep by
good tieatinent of tho women who sup
port them, hut in ens bossy and ovci bear
ing as tho strictest believer in the subjec
tion of wives vvouldhnWthoiubo. When
tho la.y, worthless black animal told
his wife ho was going to run away from
her, sho should meielv have aiisweied:
"(.lot out just us ouick as v oil can, or I'll
help you out. I can earn a good living
for inv self and my child, and I'm going
to do it. Don't v 011 over loiuo back heie.
for not another bito will 1 ov or cook for
you now vou mind." The fellow would
haw lucked down quick if ho had
thought she really meant it. No! Whim
pel nig mid reproaches aro no means for
curing a recreant husband. Heroic treat
ment mint bo resorted to. 1 h.ivu seen
soiiio of them peimmieutly ctued by a
doso of their own medicine. A husband
who is inclined to tliit and bo gay is
kept in lunch better tinn when ho does
nfot feel unite suro that his wife may not
do some llutiug on her own m count.
A writer wants dicssinaking taught I
as a bianch of education to all tho git Is
in tho public schools. Should all tho
bovs le.irn tmloiing too.'
Speed the day when the abbreviated
bkut and tieo motion tor women's ttut
Women are going to seo to it in Kan
sas that tho unpiession does not get
abroad that women mo inditTotent about
voting, in view of the approaching elec
tion when tho woman sullrngo iiinend
inent to tho constitution will be dec uh d.
Tho ladies ugixteied inunpiecidenti.il
uuinbeis this spi ing. showing that they
I meant to impuiw to tho utmost tho
school andiniitiicip.il sulTi ago they ill
! toady have In imipoiia bb.l women
registeieit. ag.11n.si oniy women vx u-
men don't want to vote, don't the).'
Mrs. M V. Taylor, who died lecently
in Pittsbuig. had Hindu a gieat success
lu tho biihiuiss ot belling oil well sup
plies. Sho was tho only woman in this
lino ot work 111 the countiy
Po-i old Ohio! Sho is getting to bo as
fogy th a state tu some ot tho tough old
oiigiual til theinselvis me. Her house
i)t lepriseututiws has defeated bdiool
siitlrago for women by a vote of 10 to SIS.
Meantime stiong, liberal, noble young
jtates fm tin 1 west 1110 going ahead of
Ohio 111 piospi nty nnd population. They
will march ahead of bur luster than" over
now. Pi ogiessiv o, cap iblo y ouug worn
I -u will goto states vvhoio theio is a wider
1 Held for their abilities.
LI.I.A AltCIIAI'.D CO.SMSU.
riiiiriiiinmUi' iltli III Sim nu 1111IU Him
ilmln "f Million" of lliillnrit III Ith II
ileuiln, Ihiin Pnlntlni; and I'rnllliilili'
Honda III po.ltril.
Ipi 1 lul ('nireninli lice 1
Niw Ynmi, April ISI. rroiiifino.O(M),.
(1(H) to lill0,()0(l,l)(l')wiirtliuf plivatepiop
ulj ii (niistantly hound inufevvgieat
utorage w alehouses in New York. This
propi rly includes every conceivable ar
ticle of a movable nature, fiom house
fin nituiv to diamonds. The earlli r stor
age w alehouses weio places in which
persons temporal ily acat ing their bona s
might store fiiriiituio that they did nut
earn to 1 1 nt or wll. Tho modern storago
warehouse is not only this, but to hun
dreds it is purse, jewel casket, treasure
house mid club.
The snfo deposit feature of tho storag
business is 11 pieturt"iuo development
glowing directly out of the enormous u
ciiiuiilation of wealth ill few hands. A
gnat trunk in tho basement of one sir 1
waiehouso bears upon its face tho magi
initials, ('. V." Its list of depositors
would sound like tho roll of Wind McAl
lister's I'our Hundred. One house nlone
is believed to contain upward of ,MI(l.
00(1,0(11) worth of pioporty. Household
fiirniluie and paintings mid the like
make up a t mull pot condign of this sum.
Down in tho lowest basement 1110 tho
silver vaults, the tittiik looms and rows
upon 10WM of littlo safe deposit bo::es.
A box f inches siiiuio mid 18 inches long
may contain a fortune.
One man whoso wealth is estimiitedut
$.10,000,(.(MI rented such 11 box for his
wife mid placed in it 1' 100,0(1(1 in Rink
of l'nglaud notes, saying that whatever
happened to him or tho United States
she was mho of n fortune. Tho lady
complained, however, that tho sum wus
iusulllcieut to maintain her in thostute
to which she xviw accustomed, and ne
on dingly tho husband placed in tho box
deeds to 11 block of houses. Again tho
lady complained, and deeds to another
block of houses xvero added. Tho 1m
finally contained probably three times
the value of its oiigiual $."i()0,000.
Ono of tho most curious developments
of tho storage business is theuseof these
houses by wealthy women as jew el cas
kets. Many women in New York pos
sess jewels of such value that it is
deemed unsafe to keep them at home.
Accordingly inilndi renU 11 box in the
wifo deposit department of a stoiago
xvarehouse and depositH her jewels
alongside tho diamonds mid mortgngeii
of her neighbors. Somoof tho handsom
est jewels that aro t-eon 011 opera nights
spend their dayn ainnl tho gloom of tho
storage house x units. At tho storage
hoiiM but two persons possess keys to
thosnfe di posit vaults, Mini time locks
make it impossible that they enter savi
during business hours. Milndi recoivt s
two keys to her box. nnd she may give
bv power of attorney permission of
access to whom she will. When tho
jewels 1110 needed, inilndi conies lu rself
or sends lur maid with proper cuden
tials and a list of the jew els needed, 'lhoy
mo can led homo to llash 111 the lights of
a single iiitert.iiuuu ut nnd ureietuiuid
next day to the sale oblivion ot tho
A list is kept of nil persons having
tight ol ncecsto any private bo.x. Ono
woman of gnat wi. ilth has thucsiuh
boxes. To nun sho admits her husband,
to another her maid; touthiid uccisms
denied to nil save the lady hoi sell. Ono
man keeps as nun h as $10,000 111 cash on
deposit. He makes the Imx Ins gieat
pui so ami takes lioinit nnd leplenishes
it as lfo would a pocket bonU.
Many deposit on tnat tho storage
house as though it who a club. They
b.ixo their business letters uddtvssul
theienud forwarded xvlnthersoov or they
w ill. They make appointments and dis
cuss business inattets 111 the cozy littlo
private apartments provided for that
purpose, l'.ich apartment is fiirnislud
with chairs, desk, ink, pens, wiituig pa
per. When tho depositor outois with his
box. ho displays 011 the door of tho com
pni tinent a painted sign, "Occupied," mid
locking tho door on tho inside is secure
fiom intrusion. Two maiden ladies who
had thus retired presently called an em
ployee of the house to help them cut off
i coupons. The polite man lendily com
plied, but found himself busied for three
hours in the task.
Some 0110 at tho storage house must
know by bight eveiy ono of tho deposit
ors, unii their number often ninsupto
.100. Somo of them visit tho house fre
quently; some only once in two or
three y'eais. Tho identifier at one of tho
great stoiago hoiisis finds that ho can
make sine of a person's identity if only
'he face bo i.xjiosed from oyebiow to tip
of nose. Sometimes depositing auiiiso
themselves by attempting to ditiivo
him. One man aiuo atti r an absi m e of
tin 10 yiars nnd dmied his own nkntity.
lie uoaudoniil the pretense, how 1 vol,
whin the idintilhr molly declined his
leMiliuess to talit .ill us; of loss tuning
fuuii the visitoi's obtaining mass to his
box. A lady disgiiisid hi 1 self in the
White Losif Flour, $f..jo per sack.
Nabob Sweet Pickles, 25c per quart.
Sweet Blossom Peas, 50 per can.
Victor Tomrtocs, iSc per can.
F;it and juicy Salmon, llsit can, 25c per can.
(J. it 15. Sliced Pine Apple, 25c per can.
Uji Test, 60c per pound.
(.'sinned Soups reduced Horn .joe to 25c
Tiy 01. e can.
Miller & Gifford,
OPP. 1JURR I5LK.
JutlteEak 1 ke tan ukirg
and seveial thousand otheis,
I advise sill who would save
time to ro at once to
II. W. BROWNS,
127 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET
Finest in the City
HAVINti just .sunnd person! u ntrol ofc n y I111 1 11 e 1 1 v . 1 li il will
in aim to loiuluct a I'irst cl.i. establishiniiu, giving lust o( i.uc and nltiiitlou to
horses cull listed to tun keeping.
Single 01 double, and
tine I' 111 of will 1 1 an id 1 1 ins fi 1 I Hi 1 u-i, fur
uixhci!, d.iv'oi ui 'lit
DAVE FITZGERALD, Prop.
FRANK RAMSEY, Foiomnn.
Stables 1639 and 1641 O Street.
Advi I'tise yum tin atie and its uttiaetimis by seeingtoittii.it the
( tin u,o Dit.vxi vi n .loiiiwi. has a r(ltl( ,,,, sionili nt in youc
town, lieeoinini'iiilutlons of loial liiauageiN will leceivi prompt at
tention. If your town is not ii'piesenti d in our columns givetlu
matter your petsiuuil attention and s ml us the uaine of sum,, good s
cm icspouilent to wi ite vm elily lettiis auvisine; lis if youc attiae
Chicago Dramatic Journal
Sewing Machine and Gun Repairing
We have lust cmplovcd a blilllful workman from the Cast, who is fully competent
iliofS ot Her wstci. u ileiiosiior, ami men i to inaKe nil repairs In tne anove lines i . J. i nunr oi xu.
to obtain iicicmj to the sister's box, but
ncknowledirul the deception when tho
iihntifier u&U'd foi her mguatuie.
I. N. V.Vl.I..VM)llillVM.
Mi nini;ii'i Iiiilm i mi nta to luiiiilcr.uitp..
The govirinnent of Nuaragun, to in
duce immigiation, has issued a duiee
authouiiig tho giant to each niaiued
j iimnU'runt of 1','d manamis of laud, and
1 to eacli linuiaiued liumigimit i0 mana
1 tins. A inaiuana is a little less than two
ui'ii's liuiniguiut.s to gain advautngo
' of this law must become cituens of Mil
llic I Ittle Mni;.
Little King AlfoiiMi of Spain p.i si
olllcially lioin liilamy to t.oyiiooii in
his fcovciith lnitlidax in Muv mxt. xvl.in,
accoidiug to emu t itiqr-i tte, his iegul.iv
hoiiM'hold xv ill be founid. The chili
iias giovvn xxonderfullyMnco his att t1
of bcnlot fever nnd i much lcs fr.ijile.
3:0 South Lleventh rtreeL
Moving Household Goods and Pianos
.Niuu lint 1 x erli'iii'ril men iniploviil I nitxt ilevlies for iiiiivlnv; iniiililiicri, sufus
iiml ol her liuivy a it Ic lis
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