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CHPITKL CITV COUR1BR,
POPULATION OP LINCOLN 65,000.
. i ir c
ir I Oth and P Stroota.
A' "ov kIiowImk i liirKt' tllit'nf
ixiiu SI'KING MODS
In ever) ilopnrttiiiMil
DHKSS COODS, MN'KXK,
wicnt" for MiittcrlcUV I'littcniH.
II. K. N ISSLliY & CO.
Tin- C'mirhr (iiu lit I'lilinil At
t Intel Mih'iiIm Nim Mlmul.
U'IihImt Moti'l Ni'Ux Hlninl.
CniIiiI llnlrl N'immi Mlniiil.
llnl Dilili'l liriir Minns UOiO Hml
Kil. Viinnt:. UMT O HI n-i'l
I'Ihmiii. rirlnluT A '.i . II.1H) Mlll.ft.
MiMirrV NHKliiinl,IM Hoiilli lllli HI nil.
( nl'lllt II Mlliv, 11.11 OMli'tt.
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
137 ... O Street ... 1137
In I lu IMili tut Court of l.iuii'iiKti'r Count)',
I.UCY T MII.KYi
To John W, Mllny, nnnrvuMctU ilcfciiilnnt:
Yott iiri' Iiiti'Ii)' nolllH'il (hut on tint tilth ilny
or.Mnroh, vu, l.ui'vT. .Mlloy II li'il ii im'IIiIiiii
iimilnt you In tlm l)llrli't Court of Union"
(it ooiinlv, Ni'lirimku, tlmoliiii'l ninl im)ir
urn to oliliiln it ilUorvn Irotu )ou on tlin
urouinl Hint )oii Iuimi w II rutty ulmiiiloiuil
xiilil ilulntltt ullliiuit koiiiI ohukk for tin' term
of two iiir III"! ml, mill Hint lfln n or mi Itl
I'li'iil iililll'.v ko to ilo )ou liuxe wiiniimly mill
criii'lly rctimi'il mill iii'li'i'li'il to iiro lilit Mill-
nun' luiiiiiiuiiittion lor niiiii iiiiiiiiiiu, jim mi'
niiulroil In uiimMT hiiIiI iiiMltlon on or lii'lorn
Miuuliiy, ilu'ilmt ilny
lllil pel III
lly I'Ol'N'DA lll'ltlt.
In tin' DMrlot Court or Unit-iintci t'ounly,
WILLIAM IIAHIl, )
liouuur 7:. i.amiiS
To lloburt Ii. Ijiiult, ium-rolili'nt th'Tuml
iint: You iin liurrliv iiolllti-il Hint on tho
;iaih iiiiv nf Mnri'h. ikU. Wlllliim llurr llli-il u
tH'tHloiiiiKiiliixt )ou Intli" lUMrlct Court of
Liiik'uiIit I'ountv. Nt'tirnHldi. Hio iiuJi'Ol ami
I'rnyiTor which In toiiilit tlm tit u or lot
iiuiiiln'ii'il il m (M, In liliiok iitinilii'iril lltty
clKliI i.Vi, In tins oily of l.liu'iiln, I'ouuiy or
.mih'iix it unit smti' or Noliiiiiliii, In kuuI
Wllllnin llnrr. mill Hint ii ilvenu l ii'tiilftvil
IIKIlllKt )OU lU'Oll'l lllS tllllt WlllltOMT I'lllllll
.Miiuunv Iiiim' In or to milil uiin'rl) l with
out ilKlil. mul Hint )ou Iuimi no iluhl, l lllo,
Ititt'ri'xl ori'iituli' In ortnxnlil iiviiiIm"oi uny
jmrt HiiTor. unit for xui'li olhuriiuil IuiIIiit n
IIi'Tms iniiy tit JiihI mi loiiultnlilit.
You uri' ii'iiuu'il to miHMi'i hiiIiI ih'IIIIiui on
oriiororo Mouiliiy, (lie 11ml ilu or Mm iMkl.
lly l'Diiiiil llurr, Ills Attonu). l-l-ll
Tlu unilmliMU'tl hrii'liy kImh millet) Hint
hi' will not I t r'Niiiiiklliln lor or pii) miy
lii'lit Ini'lirrwl iiyi'iiipHiji-H. i'i'iil tluxm tor
which nn iinlor l kImiii pi'moimlly kIkiu'i! by
him. Tuts rulu Is iuiit'riitlvi,
I.IM'ol. ., Nui., IVli.il). I8.
'I1hi-i"h n I'urtalu mliltltn himI Imcli
olor In Lincoln ulio Iiiis licon euimlnj:
IiIh frliMiilM i'iiiihii. riililn niH'iislni'si nf
Mil' III Ills (ll'MMll lit t I'll t tllllH tO II I'ft'-
tulll liiiMim willow of iilmut fi)rt, mill
Iiit iliuiixliti'i' of iilinill i'lj;lili !!. Tlu'.S
rniililn't fur tin- llfo of tlii'in toll
wlirlhiT ln wiiH nfti'i tlio widow or
ilii pii'tly iliui),'lili'i'. l IiimI "'I'lif
Mini up u Tii'i' wiiM i'iiIIimI In mill was
tlllllll'l'll to Ull Its II ClllllllllttlM' llf Otll'
iitul liiM'stlnati'. Ilo tui'Uli'il (lie
ncnliil li.ii'lii'lot': "Hollo," tin Id the
.Man up n I ico, "oxciino mo, olil I mm,
lint a lui'no circle of yoiir iiciiiulnt-
unci's want to know what ou art' uo-
Inn to ilo In IIiIh iiiiiltcr. Will you lm
a Htopfathor to the dininlitcr or hoii-
lu-law to tlio iiiotliorV"
"Noltlior," ho ropllcil nooil na
tiiroilly, "I'm nolnn to bo undo to tlio
WIiiiI'm lliaf You aro not '"'"K '
uiarry the kIiTh aunt!"
"No not t liat I am awaro of, lint lior
miilhoi' lias promlHcil to do a hImIci' to
inc." Anil then tlio jolly hiicholor u'ut
on tlio otlior hIiIo of one of the htioiiL'
iluorn of the IThIvoi-hIIv bullilliijf.
(iooil poi plo. plcuso ilo not think
(hut the Man l'p u Tree Ih a machluo.
Ah far as phynlcal iiiocIuiuIhiu Ih con
cerned I am the huiiio iih hull vlilunlis
aro tlio worlil ovor. Wo aro all con
Htructoil on the hiiiiio principle, iniule
of tlio hiiiiiii matorlal-inolHtoiioil clay
(except tlio nojjros, who uri a inl.
tiiro of mini anil molasxcH) propelled hy
tlio miiiio inyHUrlous uiannotU' powoi,
ami miliject to tlio Mime caMiiiltlen.
M'lioro hiiH boon no liuiuovomout In
the niiiiuifiicture of mortalH, hIiico (lie
llt'Ht liumaii frame was put together,
not up, lathoil ami plastoroil In I'ara
(llso. No alterlnn here, adding there,
nor Hlmpllfyinn auyw'lioro. No patent
rlnht has heen takou out for now ami
decided ImprovoniontH. I cannot take
tlio temper ami illHposltlou out of one
man ami put It Into another. It is
variety that clven life animation ami
IntoroHt to both the moral ami mator
lal ami those of you who would have
all men of ouo mind, one deposition,
ono way of acting, writing, ami think
lun must belong to the farcical xchool
of phllo.sophorrt of , you know.
l.ocnl nuil romounl.
Whitobivant Coal anil I.lmo Co.
Itiit'olit Coal Co., hw cor 1 1th ami O St.
L. Burr, Jowolor, foinovoil to l'-01 OSt.
Lincoln l'rumo- Art Co.Ji'i S. Ilth.
Cowlo, umlortakor, Funko Ull S. 12th.
Cuium City coal at tho Whltobroast
Coal ami Llmo Co.
Dr. ltuth -M. WihhI, Uraco biiihllnn,
rooms 410. 411 anil W'l. li-10-tf
Chas. S. MoKonny, tlio Kast Lincoln
tlniKjriitt, t'Yl O httvot.
ROCK Si'ltlNOS Coai at tlio Lincoln
Coal Co. 'Phono 4 10.
W. A. Collin & Co., nrocors, l:i
South Eleventh Htreot.
Satupxon SlstorH, artlstlo drens mak
ing, lll N htroot, ovor DmvoyV.
Miss S. K. Blakortlco, lino ilm-a niak
Inp, at Mm Gohpor', 1114 O htroot.
For Sutulay dlnnor wuppllcH call at
Hultcr'ti niui'kot, 21(1 N 10th tit. Phoho
K. C. Baking Powilor, 'St ouncos for
SfiuontK. Absolutely Pure. Have you
Misses BoffK1 u,ul CulTyn, ihvhit inuk
Injj purlorn. Fine Htainplnj,'. Kill M
8.reot, 'phono fill).
All orders via telephone IMS will
reueh W. A. Cottln & Co. and receive
prompt and careful attention.
Why havo your homes feet butch
ered, have latuo homes and havo thorn
Buffer? Take them to Charlie Slut
story's new shop, M'. O Htroot, und
such will never bo tho wise.
When you want prompt service und
fair treatment und tho selei'tlon from
tho largest stock of groceries in Lin
coln call on V. A. Cotlln ii Co., suc
cessors to J. Miller, 1411 South Eleventh
Chas. Slattory, profosslonul homo
hoer and furrier. Discuses of tho feet
treated by tho latest sclentltld modes.
Eorsctca'.lcd for und returned. New
bop, 410 South Eleventh street, bo
ireea K "V id L.
Prof, Swuin'B ladles tailoring and
dress cutting school. Thorough in
Btruotlona. Lessons not limited. Dress
making done with dispatch, on short
notice. Pattorns out to meiusuro and
all work guaranteed.
Tho air Ih thick with matrimonial
rumors anil If thoy aro all verltled by
miilHummor tho society crowd of Lin
coln will havo ceasoil to exist, while In
the ranks of tho toaohem and type
writ Is' will bo found an Iinmen-e void
One of tho weddings reported lo take
place In the near future hi that of ouo
of tho sweetest South Lincoln touchers
ami ono of tho Light Infrantry gentlemen.
A now game ban been lately intro
duced In Lincoln to take tho place of
cards at evening companies. It Is
culled progressive threailHitml needles.
Four people aro seated at a table In tho
e Miter of which is a saucer of noodles.
TIicm' thoy proceed lo thread Imlustrl
otisli and at a given tap of the bell
count the results. Those seated oposlto
each other aro partners and the side
having the greatest number of noodles
threaded progress. For every pro
gression made a punch is given, which
at tho close of tho evening are counted.
Prizes for tho highest unmoor are
awarded. Tho game bus many fea
tures ami advantages, hut needs for the
plajors, sharp eyed people.
The coming of tho (ilee ami Hanjo
clubs of Michigan university promises
to he one of the best attended attrac
tions of tho season. Much interest is
being manifested In their appearance
and It Is to bo one of the society events
of the season. At the Lansing, Tues
day ovenii g, April IS.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cat out to filll
South Twelfth street entertain friends
Dr. and Mrs. Tucker returned Tues
day after a visit of two weeks in Chica-
Mr. Paul Hasett of Chicago spent a
few days visiting in Lincoln this week.
Mrs. W. It. Darruh of Kansas City Is
tho guest of Mm. C. E. Yates.
Tho F street club meets this even
ing with Mr. and Mm. Sohus.
Tho Jole do Folo club meets with
Miss Stella Hoyt Wednesday.
Thk Youth's Cyci.oi.kiia, Issued
by C. B. Beach & Co. of Chicago, Is,
educationally considered, the most im
portant publication of recent years,
it has been pro pu red by a corpse of
teuchom and educational writers ex
pressly to meet the needs of the young,
and supplies a want which touchers
und parents huvo long and deeply
felt. , -V ji
It is sold by sunserlntlon und Is hav
ing an enormous salo. Any one want
ing an agency which offers rare advan
tages, should consult the advertise
ment of this work which appears in an
Halter's market 210 North Tenth
street, Lincoln's old reliable market, is
where ladles should o'tfl for their incut
orders. Telephone orders over No. 100
receive prompt attention.
Mrs. II. II. Demurest, luto of Chi
cage, hair dresser and mauicuist, 1518
O street, 'luko elevutor, room 182.
Knttrr Hrrtli-r nt tlm IVnllnnllnrr
Tho following report was scut In
last week loo late for publication but
will doubtless be road with equal In
tel est todu.v Many at tractive pro
grammes hae been rendered at the
peiilti'iitlary under tho auspices of
the WoiiiuiiH Christian Temperance
I'lilmi. but none o or equaled that of
last Eii'lor Sabbath, each feature of
whieli iihoweil painstaking prepura
llon. At ll:.tll the ellok of keys In the
bolted doors summoned tho visitors to
seats In tlio i Impel. Fragrant Unworn
which later found their way to tho
prison hospital graced the graceless
apology of a pulpit. Promptly at In
"clock the prison orchestra struck up
the slow mill I'll which heralded tho
prison lockstep of the oncoming hosts.
Section In section, each attended In
guards, lllo in, the Interminable lines
with the sweeping z.lg-zag movement
of tho Nolla guard complins.
Without Interruption of the order,
white ribbon lenders stood whore tho
column breaks an I gave to each a
printed scripture loading. Seated,
Hie prison otehestra obaiit the Clorla
and the following programme under
ill roe Ion of Mrs. Angle F. Newman,
was faultlessly executed.
Mrs. Now mail dellned the origin ami
character of the observance by the
National V. C T. 1'. and conducted
for fourteen j oars In state institutions
throughout the union. The charming
violinist, Miss Kminii (Iregory, ac
companied on the organ by her sister
Mable, played Clayton's (iruud March.
Mrs. .leniile F. Sanderson, whoso skill
In developing child voices Is pro
verbial, accompanied on the organ a
sweet little miss (whoso name escapes
usl whoso 'Bird Song" was as the
trill of some stray line of Fairy Land.
Mrs. E. M. .1. Cooloy led In fervant
prayer. Tho prison choir chanted the
Lords prayer. The entire audience
joined In the responsive Scripture
reading with Mm. Jones, president of
Lincoln W. C. T. P. Mm. Sanderson
again at the organ led little Chester
and Mildred Parks an whistler ami
soloist, winning great applause. But
tlio gem of the program was iim d
dross of Miss Wlllamlna L. Armstrong
who has just returned from a six
years resilience lu llimlostan, part of
which time was spout in Bombay, part
in tlio Central Provinces ami part in
the plains and mountains of tlio most
northern district, the Punjab, or the
Laud of Five Livers.
As the notes of the child song
lloated away Into tho secret chambers
of bewildered imils, there to linger as
bewitching uijlodles, Miss Armstrong
emerged from the warden's otlloo in
tlio full native costume of the high
caste .Mohammedan, lately of the
Punjab, to u non-oriental eye. The
costume seemed a compromise, em
bodying tho most salient features of
the costume of Imth sexes. The limbs
were gracefully enveloped in fantastic
pauUi of delicate green silk,, the
feet covered with the oriental shoo,
the waist druimry of the llnest native
silks. Heavy necklaces of native
workmanship girded the throat. The
head was covered with a cap, solidly
embossed in threads of llnest gold, and
the entire tlguro enveloped in tho
native mantle, brilliant in embroidery
of pure cloth of gold. She entered
and gave the low salaam with which
the high caste Mohammedan always
enters the presence of her husband,
(iraduulli! she removed from her dell
ciho ft attires tlu royal garment. Con
cealing her mumiM'rlpt upon a fan of
native texture Miss Armstrong gave
a lecture or linpaistoneil earnest nois
and great Iniauty, dwelling llrst upon
the iegendary lore interwoven so in
tricately into tho life of the people,
then the practical pluiM) of dully ex
istence in royal presence or mud
Miss Armstrong showed great dis
crimination lu tiie selection of facts
which entranced listeners. lturely Is
it given an American audience to look
thus Into the glitter or the gloom of
oriental life. Miss Armstrong certainly
is muster of her theme.
As the prison march to the darkened
cells from which they had come began
Misses Newman, Armstrong, and
Parker extended Easter cards to the
prisoners which had been written,
while card's embossed lu gold, con
taining poems, maxims, proverbs,
Scripture texts, etc. Not less than a
thousand authors, French, Ciormnu,
English, Latin, (ireek, American were
The now warden Is deserving all
praise for tho royal manner In which
ho welcomed the ladles. Elder Howe
was agreeable as ever. A sick service
was held lu the prison hospital und
woman's ward and friends and lovers
distributed to the Inniates u royal
WE CAN SHOW YOU THE
X l- i
I 'r , V
Best Ladies Shoe
For $3.00, $4.00 & $1.50.
IllirD Children's Shoes69c, Worth$1.00
And Fine Goods Equally as Cheap.
New Children's and Boys Clothing and
Hat Dept Just Opened for Bargains.
Herpolsheimer & Co
If jour last year's hose no.le Is
worn out or If jolt want a now one of
lie latest pattern, call at Dean v Bur
ton's, I t.-.OO street
Special prices on California canned
goods for the next thirty tlays at 1207
M street Il)KAl.tril()Ci:itY Co.
See Herpolsheimer it Co' . lino lino
of new shoes. They can save you mon
ey and give you perfect fitting shoes.
Smoked moats, ham, corn loof and
chickens always fresh at the Lincoln
Favorite market, LMti M street.
Millinery ami ladies' hats
at Mm. M. A. .lannej's, Y.
building Thirteenth ami N.
M. C. A.
When you want llml-class lawn
sprinklers that will do your sward
good anil plou-o the eye, there's but
one place to gel them and that's al
Dean A Hortou's, l-lfit0 street.
Capes, Ladies' and Children's Dresses
very tine line at actually the cost of tho
material at Horpolshulmer A Co.
i:.i mill I'.ui' .Mimrtin
Dr. V. L. Day ton, oculist anil uurlst
No. Illa'IO street, Lincoln, Neb.
L. A. Bumstcad is selling V. : B.'s
famous $lti maile to measure spring
suits. Call and se.e the latest. Satis
faction guaranteed. Lluilell hotel
See IlcrpoNholmcr & Co's. tine mill
inery. Their stock of novelties is complete.
Ladles if j on wear AA width shoe,
you can buy them at just one-half form
er price at
.1. SPUlKIt, 101.1 ( street.
Uciucmhcr the CSrcut Closing Out
Sale of boots and sh es at Kll.'i O street.
I lose reels of tho most
patterns and real hoso of
durable make at Dean A
Kubber hoso, reels, no..les, sprink
lers, etc., for the garden and luwn are
sold at remarkable low prices at Deuu
- Hortou's, I l.'il) O street.
Velvet Unisli ladies' hoso, something
now, worth otic, at lllllc. a pair at Her
polsheimer & Co.
oknuini: Canon City Co.w, at the
Lincoln Coal Co., southwest corner of
Eleventh and O streets.
Visit the Now Students' gallery and
bo convinced that tho work is tlrst
class 10,'H O street.
You can Und tho best lines of Chll
dron's and Boys' Clothing and Bats at
B. V. Cowlo, funeral director, sue
cesser to Fred Thomus. Embalming a
specialtj. 1111 South Twelfth street.
Mine. Wilson, tine
Berpolshetnior A: Co.
1 'rices reason-
elegant lino of patent leather
at less than manufacturers cost
J. SVKIKIIS' 1015 O street.
Come ami see us at I "J07 M Htreot.
Vo can do you good.
IllB AL GKCCHSYC'O.
Kid (Hove salo at Herpolsheimer A:
Co. for three days. Prices .V.lc, and
Ladies make big money canvassing
for the Capital City Coukiku. If
you want nice, profitable work call at
hootllco, 11IUO Htreot.
Six dollar shoes go a three dollars
to close out at J. Sjiolom, 101.") O street.
Kid Glove salo at Horpolshelmor's.
L. A. Bumstcad U selling V. h B.'h
famous $111 made to measure spring
suits. Call and see tho latest. Satis
faction guaranteed. Lludell hotel
David P. Sims, dentist, rooms 42 and
43 Burr block.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Towder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Rudge & Morris Co.,
1 1 1 8 to 1 1 2 2 N Street.
; Jill I J I
All the new styles in
A CAR OF CHAIRS.
Our Solid O.ik Dining Room Set that
we offer at $10 a set is the best bargain
in the market.
TABLES AND SIDE BOARDS.
We show So Chamber Sinks on our
floor. Leather Couches, Iron Beds,
Cabinets, Hook Cases and Cheffoniers.
The Gunn Combination Iold:nr Bed.
Leonard Hard Wood Mefriirerators.
Rudsre & Morris
week iimnv Indie did not attend our
SPECIAL SALE of
Embroideries and White Goods
and to accomodate all we will continue this sale for
ONE WEEK LONGER. Prices will be the same
as offered Inst week and the stock is still unbroken
and the largest in the city. We will also offer dur
ing this sale an entire new line of
Table Linens Napkins
which will go at CUT prices.
you know what it means. This
WILL YOU TAKE IT IN?
WE HAVE THE GOODS YOU THE CASH.
WHY NOT TRADE?
When you are offered such
L. MEYER & CO.,
IOS-IIO NO. T6NTH ST.
EAST SIDE GOV'T SQUARE.
JAMES II. O'NEILL,
Fine Plumbing, Steam and Hot- Water Heating
Gas and Electric Fixtures.
IKMON WATER HEATERS ANI
125 NORTH 9TH STREET.
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