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CHPITHL CITY OOURIBR.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN 66,000.
QjJIJ r 10th and P Streets.
AT3 now uliou'ltm ii Iiitki' llni of
rtE'vv SPRING GOODS
In ivrry tli'piirlinont.
DKKStt (iOOl)S, lil.NKNH,
AKontHfui' ItiitttM'lek'M lntttriiH.
11. R. NISSLIiY & CO.
Tlir (Niiirlor ('nil Im I'ontitl At
Motel Lincoln Niun Hliiml.
WlmUor Hold NcmiHIhiiiI.
Kit. Yoiiiik, I'JinOHIriTl
CIhmim, Klolchrr A Co., II'.MO Htiwt. I
Mooru'ii NewnHlnml.lH Hiiutli llth HtriM-t.
Couhikh tllllio. I I'll O Hlrwl. i
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
Tlio nnilcrxUniil lirri'liy kImh unllru Hint
In will not In' rrioillil for or hij nn
liclit Inenricil li.vi'iin Io.m'm. I'xri'iit lliuso tm
wlili'li mi iinli'r liulxcn nMinmllvlinii'il ly
lilm. 'I'MU rnlu Ii tin'ritlli,
I.IM'oi, ., Nl.u., Krl. '.0, 1i;i.
I.nriil mill IVikiiiiiiI.
Whltolnvust C'iml iiml Limn Co.
Lincoln ( ml Co., kv cor llth anil O St.
L. Uuit, jmvnlor, loiuovml to I 'JO I OSt.
Llm-olii l-YuiuoA- Art Co.,'Ji'iS. llth.
Cowlu, umlortukiM', Kiuiku I 111 H. 12th.
Duvltl l Klnw, ilnntlm, rooms lJ utiil
Canon City I'onl nt tho WhltohivuM
Cml anil Llmo Co.
Dr. 1 tilth M. Wooil, llnu-u hullilliitf,
roomsllO. -Ill iumI IV2. H-10-tf
Cliiw. S. Mi'lConny, tho Kiwi Lincoln
druggist, 2712 O stivot.
ltOC'lC SlMMNCK Co.W, tit tho Lincoln
Coal Co. M'hono III).
W. A. Collin .V Co., grocer, ll.'l
South Kloventh street.
Smnpsou Slntotv. art loth dross milk
ing, U-.'l X street, over Dorsoy's.
Miss S. V.. lUiikc-loo, lino dross milk
ing, at Mrs Giwnor's, II U O street.
Km Sunday dinner supplies' call at
HultorV market, 210 X 10th nt. l'hoho
K. C. nuking Powder, 2.i ounces for
25 cents. Absolutely 1'uro. Iltivo von
Misses Hoggs anil Catlyn, dross milk
ing parlor. Kino stamping. Hill M
htroot, 'phono .IU.
Visit tlio Now Students' gallory anil
ho convinced that tho work is llrst
uluss 10111 O stroui.
All orders via tolophono 'Ills will
reach W. A. Collin & Co. anil receive
prompt ami careful attention.
Hoso reels of tho iiioi upprovoil
putturns anil real hose of tho uiuM
tlurahlo nniko at Dean A; llorlim's,
Hultor's markot 21(1 North Tenth
btroot, Llneoln'H ohl rollahlo markot, is
whoro lnilh( shouhl o-ill for their meat
unlors. Telophono onlors over No. 100
rooolvo inompt attention.
Why have your horses feet hutch
oral, lmvo lame hmes ami have them
HulTor? Tako thorn to Charllo Slat
storyV now shop, Hill O street, and
Hiioh will never Ih the ease.
When you want prompt hervice and
fair treatment ami tho mleotion from
tho largest stock of groceries in Lin
coln call on V. A. Collin - Co., suc
cessors to J. Mlllor, I CI South Kloventh
Chuf. Slattory, profossional horso
ehoor and farrior. Diseases of tho feet
treated by tho latent K'lontille modes.
HorteP called for and returned. Now
Shop, Mi) South Kloventh street, 1k
ween K n xl L.
Prof. Swain's ladles tailoring and
dress cutting huhiMil, Thorough In
HtruutlonH. LunsmiM not limited. Draw
making done with dlspatoh, on short
notice. I'attorns cut to measure and
all work guaranteed.
TlIK YOUTH'8 (n'CI.01.Et)lA, Issued
liy C. 11. Heaeh & Co. of Chicago, Is,
vducatlonally considered, tho most Im
portant publication of recent years.
Jt has been prepared by a eorpso of
teachers and educational writers ex
pressly to meet tho needs of tho young,
and supplies a want which touohors
and parents lmvo long and deeply
It Is sold by 8up.orlptlon and Is hav
ing un enormous sale, Any ono want
ing un agency which otters raro advan
tages, Hhouhl consult tho advertise
ment of this work which appears In un
Is charged w i 1 1 1 iiinrdcrliu' iter mot Iht.
1'lillM peiNinulen hi r togi'. liermothi-r
a mIih iltivr notion which he iixiimvh lier
N harntleN-. anil MepliKlnphch" taken
care tltat II U poUon. mi that the
mothiM' hai been poisoned b her tiniii
ceul datigliter. In the luit act, l-'nimt,
lllitoml of bring evelitliall.V eapllired by
MephNtoiln Irs. i'M.apes anil Is seen at
Margtierlle'i feet ax the angels are
about to take her t i hcuwn. This is a
poetic HeeiiM' which, following the
good old rule with the deuoutueiit, Is
pardonable, though except for the
fact that the part N played by a good
looking and lino ,ouiig mini. Mr. Her
mini's ImiiimI l not aeharaeler for whom
much sympathy Ii felt. There li not
much to be said in extenuation of I'aust
at any time, but In this erslou he up
pears lo ho nunc of a scoundrel than
usual, though vacillating between iv I
morse and a doiliv to have the full j
value of his b.irgaln with the devil.
The play Is o.e 'lleiitl.s staged, and
the Walpurgls night scene is treated in
a manner dlllereu' from that usual
when which Is seldom the net Is re
tained In tho opera, and Is sulllcieiitly
horrible and ellectlve, a new effect be
ing obtained inn cascade of red lire.
There are scenes In "I'aust" which, Il
lumed hyUnuuod's music, are poems in
themselves, and which are now a little
pale without It. This, however, is a
dramatic, not a lyric, vcr-dou of tho
story. Mr. Morrison Is a Ver, good in
terpreterof Mephiithpheles. Ills Me-
phlsto Is not quite the tiadltloual one,
which is always more devilish, at least
in appearance, to be reconciled with
his appi'itrauceina geutlemanof trael,
but It lacks nothing In demonical ex
pression at the proper time, and In tho
ordinary conversation of his visits to
earth, he parses well for that which he
is assumed to be. The sale of seats
opens Monday morulut: at regular
Itcliirn nl Hie Hull un Tlirsilic In.
"The Crust of Society" which inuile
such a big hit beie earl, In March,
will be seen at the Uiusiug again in a
few weeks. After leaving here the
company went to the coast where thct
have since been plu , lug a wonderfully
successful eugauemeiit and now on
their return to the Boston theatre,
Mr. Church Inn ollcra! Manager
Stevens sulllcleut inducement to stop
here eurouto east for another engage
ment of one night. May -ml. The
piece with nil its beautiful scenery,
magulllceut toilettes of tho ladles and
powerful east will again be seen for
tho last time this season. It was
openly asserted by all the fair ones in
the audience that night at the Lans
ing that the cost nines of the ladies
were by far tho most handsome and
the most stylish seen here this siason
and tho CiU'itllllt's report of the per
formanceso Ntiited this fact.
I lin 0iiIM Ni'lll ''
Kluiiorutt' preparations are being
made for the presentations of the beau
tiful opera "Xela." wlilcl will be seen
two nights nt the Lansing theatre be
ginning Wednesday, May II. Kreipient
rehearsals are being hud and when the
play is ready for publl liwpe tion, the
nuillence will see many of our si elety
leaders, hautlsoiuol, costumed, in the
east. The opera "Xeta" illustrates a
fairy tale in which is given jubilees in
fairyland and much catchy music Is
heard. Xext week we will give a more
extended account of what may be ex
pected of this performance, which will
1)0 given under the popular nuinage
inent of tho Woman's ltellef C irps of
tiii:atiui'ai. small talk.
The "Lost Paradise" Is too lino a
play to be presented to mi small an au
dience as witnessed it Wednesday
night. People ought to know b, this
time that when u r'rohmuu attraction
appears, it's always good, and "Lost
Paradise" Is ono of tho very lost that
this well known manager has ever
given us. It was new here iiml not
much read about, hut thoe who saw It
Wednesday night were so thoroughly
pleased with it that the, will feel
themselves called upon t advertise it
when it comes again next season.
S.il Smith Itussell begins Ills Woild's
Fair engagement of twenty-three
weeks in Chicago, May 1, opening in
"Peaceful Valle,v." I his will be fol
lowed hj the production of new come
lies by Clyde Fitch and A. It. Havens.
Later in the engagement Mr. Uiissoll
is to make his llrst appearance in Dr.
Pangloss In "The Holr t Ijiw." For
tho latter .loseph .lotTerson has given
Mr. Hussell his promptbook, costumes,
wigs, shoes and buckles.
In LowU Morrison's productkn of
"Faust" ho uses a largo number of sii
ornumerarles which are always white
men. They enact tho demon parts in
the briK'keu scene of iho fourth act. In
Cincinnati recently Mr. Morrison gave
Ills colored waiter at the hotel a pass to
see tho play. At breakfast the next
morning tho lioy was asked how ho
liked the show. Ilo replied, "l'so
much pleased, Imiss, to know dat dcro
is no niggers in hull."
This has been tho greatest season In
tho history of the Lincoln stage. Very
fow of tho great Mars and attractions
lmvo not been seen on the Lansing
Ixmrds, and most of them will yet bo
seen bore before tho season closes,
which will be about .hi ne 1.
If some of our readers could only see
Manager Church's list of Ixioklngs for
next season, which, by tho way, are
coming In on every mall, they'd wish
that tho winter of Mill-1 was already
hero. Xext season will o en excel the
Tho opera "Nota," which will bo put
on May It-1 at tho Lai sing under tho
auspices of the Women's Hellef Corps,
Is receiving numerous careful rehears
als and mau, of our society leaders
W ill be seen III tile cast.
( 'lara Morris bin received and ac
cepted an iu ilat Ion from tho world's
conirresH of ropriwiitiiliui women ul
the world'H fair. May l" I i U2 to speak
on the subject 'Women on the Stage. '
The third trial of M. II. Curtis bus
again been postponed until Ma Jit!i
Meanwhile. Curt is Is dllllgently tilling
tlie soil at his big fruit ranch near
I1 Church, not yet "a man about
town." Is recuperating, and bin physi
cian expects to have him at his post of
duty early next week.
Mrs. Langlry was after all reineni
bored in Squire Abingdon's will. She
will receive a large properly.
Fourteen theatres in Now York City
will keep their doors open during the
i:mliii-rs How. nil's I'iiii' IIIimcIi
Lincoln. Ni:ii April I, 'nil. Hav
ing used Howard'sV'ace Mleach with
the most satisfactory results, I take
pleasure in recommending it as supe
rior to all other preparations foreurlng
blackheads, pimples ami all diseases of
the skin. Mlts. II. I). C.vTLLN,
Mr. .lui'iili .Miililrr's
Dancing school will open Wednes
day, May ,'lrd, Friday, May nth, I to
iVIIO p. in., Saturday. May it, HMO a.'
m. for ladies, misses ami masters.
Thursday, May I, s p. in. for ladles;
and gentlemen. Circulars giving fill
particulars may be had at thoCotHtir.lt
olllce or by applying to Mr. Mahler
(after May 1st i at the Hotel Lincoln.
A I'liii- Itt'slili'iit'K l''nr lli'iil.
An eight-room house with all modern
improvements for rent .luiie 1st. Uns,
bath, hot and cold water, steam heat,
cistern and elta water. Apply at resi
lience. : Sl7 L 'slroM or IKIIO street.
Mlibeiisiin Millinery sale at Her
polshi liner A' Co's. Ileautlful styles,
were from fl.oO to "W. To ut Sll.in, worn
W:tio to :i.ms at S-.nii for three days
Ladies make big money canvassing
for tho Capital City Coritii:u. If
you want nice, prolltable work call at
he olllce. ll.'l I O street.
If your hut year's hose nozzle Is
worn out or if you want a new one of
he latest pattern, call at Dean A- Mor
ton's, M.'O O street
Capes. Jackets and Waists, and
Dresses, Woolen. Silk and Cotton,
greatest variety at Herpolsheimer ,V
(llycorole iiml (lilt Hdgo Shoo dress
lug at l. cents a bottle at .1. Spelors'
Mrs. II. II. Demurest, lute of Chi
cago, hair droncr and mauiculst, lolS
() street. Take elevator, room HII-IOl'.
L. A. Mutnstead is selling V. A It.'s
famous sd iiiiulo to measure spring
suits. Call and oo the latest. Satis
faction guaranteed. Limlell hotel
See our new russet glove-lit ting
shoes at popular prices,
IlKitfoLsiir.iMr.ii A- Co.
Chas. (iregory. ha.ing sold his in
tercst in the Lincoln Coal Co., hai
purchased tho business and olllce of
S. McConlga, 1100 I) street.
Full Hue of artist's materials at Lin
coln Frame and Art company's, -211
South Kloventh street.
Don't forget Carpets, Curtains and
Draperies in artistic styles and color-
iugs at popular prices can bo bought
ut.Hcrpolsholmcr A: Co's.
v f '
In Mrs. Ctosper's hair goods depart
ment , on will Iiml nil the latest head
uilornmeuts. Hair dressing by com
petent artist i.
Frames, frames, frames, of every
description ut Lincoln Framo anil Art
company's, -.0 South Kloventh stree
Mine. Wilson, line dressmaking at
Herpolsheimer A: Co. Prices reason
able. An elegant line of patent leather
shoes at lesti than manufacturers cost
at .1. SlMUKKH' 101.1 O street.
Come and seo u, at 1"07 M street.
Wo can do you good.
Six dollar shoes go a'- three dollais
to dose out at .1. Spelers, 101.1 O street.
ltubbor lioso, reels, nozzles, sprink
lers, etc., for the garden and lawn are
sold at remarkable low prices at Dean
A; llorton's. 1 -1.10 O htreot.
The only J'uro Cream of Tartar rowder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION
I JKrotrSt-ctvj,, '
"imiiiiii rTitnii jwaHTr
GLOVE FITTING SHOES
And Children's and Boys' Clothing and Hats
ot thi: i:Tiiti:
OF L. BARR.
The iMitirc Jewelry stock of
L. li.trr, i jo i () street, con
sisting of Watches, Clocks,
Diamonds, Silverware, Opti
cal tjoods, fixtures, etc. will' he
sold at once to satisfy the
The above stock will he
sold for cash regardless, of
cost. Those desiring a bar-,
j;ain will come early, before,
the stock is bioken.
J. G. McNETT, '
U PHOLSTET E R
AND CABINET MAKER.
Docs nil WlmW of lliinli ln I'mnip' l. All1
uurlt .u i until)
."'.OSS. llth St. Lincoln. Xeb ,
AN APRIL DAY.
rll It'll for I HKCoi'ltlKK.
Sniiiu ono hiiIiI 1 1 in) sn Iiil; wmk In' i i',
Anil It iiHiiiilly i'iiiih's Hits 1 1 ii it- ol llu ypiir;
Hut I tblnl; ti c sciioiis have kouc iinnny,
Kor Hits Ik Miri'ly a u later iliiy.
Tliowlml from tliu mirth lilmu kt'ili uailciilil.
Ililiiiilin: a slibur to tin Imiil;
Ami us) on lnisti'ii iliiuu I he street
It lU'iuly Hikes) mi olt )uiir leol.
You iiili'llyilon .vnurowivont,
Ami Iniltiiii It elnsii iii 'iniiiiil y.iur tlirmit,
Anil uiiniler ulieli Hie lime will eiiine
hen Jon i mi lease Hits coat at liiene.
Anil when you rush iniuilii: Hie throiiu
'! tint iIoiIh ntir liuy stieels iilolii.',
Ami see men nmt lm, , all culms ami slu.
Willi iiMreualh liiitloni'il ill' to their e)e,
You nk yourself. Where N tills tlilm;
'Unit lilriNnml nnlllne isenll spihiK?"
Senile nllier ineis II limy in nil lit,
Hut not liei'i nit lieie, my elillil,
AI'N I- h.MANf II V.
Ladies if you wear A A width shoe,
you can buy them at just one-half form
er price at
.1. Sl't:ii:it, 101.1 O street.
Homoinbor tho Cneat Closing Out
Sale of boots and sh es at 101,1 O street.
Wo have just received a big line of
children and Misses Woolen ami
(ilugliam dresses at reasonable prices.
llLltl'OLSIUUMKU A CO
Kill (ilove sale at Herpolsheimer -Co.
for three days. Prices ,1!lc. , II and
TO OUR INTRODUCTION SALE ON
LA D IBS'
j7 i T rau .PZ3 , 'WW
These cuts represent two of L:ncoln mml fashionable
ladies that make a specialty of buying all their Ores,
Goods at the well known house of
L. MEYER & CO.,
In the line of ladies attire no house in the eitv offer.
customers equal inducements and their line of
N K W .SI'llNG.GOOUS
are the talk ol the town. In Fine Dies. Goods, bilks
White Goods Kmbioideries etc.. the alwaNs show
the latest and quote prices the lowest. Von cannot
afford to buv anything in the dry jonds line until
you have seen the stock and prices otl'eivd bv
iL. MEY6R & CO.-fc
105M10 N. lOTH ST.
tiu:y wii.Li'iatMii all ioc.o
'I Itu limit ilheet i.iuie Ih ,
-:-M..MUl'll Tltl'NK I
K'Iiiwn ah tiii:
Lincoln Trunk Factory. 1
It is the only iirst class line, in the nt, and all should lni join
tickets over their line.
Ti links, Traveling lings, Extension Cases, Pocket Hooks, Dilss
ing. Casus, .Straps and everything first class for travelois.
JAMES II. O'NEILL,
Pine Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water .Heating
Gas and Electric Fixtures.
Atrent for "A1MT0L AND HOLl'OX WATI-R IIKATKRS AND
Agent lor CUM1HNATUN (-AS MACIllMiS.
125 NORTH 9TH STREET.
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