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CAPITA 1a CITY GOUR1B.R.
A Mother's Joy
Hor Child Savod by Hood's
A Sevoro Cnao of Bono Erya
slpolas Four Run
Minn Fanny MoVtennv
Wolf, iinynu, Atk.
' How thankful I Bin to lloml's Hiusnpnrlllt,
tons but u mutlicr whom child tins boon readied
from death can know. Him wni taken with
aovcrop.tlni nnd n ollliifi In licr right nnklo.
Our physician j'roiiotiiicoil It n cmo of ban ,
rrftlprlm, mid her lotf nwellod up to licr body I
until It looked hi If It wramlil burat. Tho pain
i torrllilo. Tlia doctor lanced her log, tint II
dlit no good, Rlio lay hovering ,
Betwoon Llfo and Donth I
for four long months. Tho iwelllng hroko In
inreo places aiouk mo iroiu nono. nrver
r M)nii atiffrr na hr IM. In n abort
tlmo places ot Initio worked out of nil four
places. Tho physician said his skill was ex
Intuited, and If nu thing would help her It would
bo Hood's Harsaparllla.
Wo Had to Co20Mllos
to Jiatosvlllo to Rot It. Rlio was helpless as a
tmho and iiKIcrlng Rroatly. Ilcforo alio had
taken tho first hottlo of Hood's Sarsaparllla she
had Improved ao iiiueli that alio could got on tho
floor, and hop on hor well foot. Hho was soon
nlilo to walk without oven n crutch. Tho iwoll
lng 011 her legs has entirely gonn down, and
All Tho Soros Havo Hoatod Up.
fiho Is now Just flvo years old, and wo feel very
much Indchted to Hood's Harsaparllla, which
has given her hack to us In good health. O
horr thankful I ami" HAUAIt 1.
CI.knnv, violl iiayou, Clolmrn County, Ark.
Hood's Pills ro purely vcgouuio, d d
not imrto, palia, or grlpo. Sold by all druesUta.
The Nebraska State Building
FEATURES Or THE OfiLEHRATION.
ddri'MPD II) (lnvi'i nor Crounsx 11 nil lli.
loii not 1'imms Tin' Com bo) unit In.
limit MaUf 11 tlri-ut Display Mury nf lli
l'iiliin KthlhlU nuil Vnrloin llcpitrl.
WOltl.ll'H FaIII OllOPNI'tf, C'llKWOO,
Juno H . It was 1 o'clock when Itulii-lii
lllO-1'lll'O, plllUlcd Willi fl'lltllOIS 1111(1
ilaubiil witli wnr inltit, entered tho No
liriiHkn state building. llulTnlo IHH'h
Cowboy liiiiid, stationed on tho lawn,
ppnned with mi ovoituio or national
nlrs. Tlio Fifty-seventh street gates
worn thrown open unit h company of
I'lirnlrv took up their position in front of
tho building. Then cnino HulTulo Hill
nt tint head of nionntcit Indians, soldiers
unit cowboys to tho iitiiutiur of
BOO. Fully '.'5,000 people hint unwed
llioiiisi'lvcs on tho lawn and a mighty
iliout wont up as tho bell on the l'eiin
ylvnnla building rang out a welcome in
roinpllinont. i'oininissinucr (Icnernl
(lainoau ailvanccil to a prominent posl-
UE . '-tt&v&L&ZtiL
tiltcil licliiiN', Tlic principal room in tho
bulliliiitf ii tho toccplioii room furnished
liy tlic woiiuiii of tin' stato. Tho nitlclcs
of furulluu) anil the mantel are designed
in coin, grains anil punllowprs anil are
vciy artistic ami tntich ailmlroil.
They wore oxoeutiil by iMiss Kwo Nis
luit nuil MIiw l'nima MeOnhoy of Lin
coin. Tho typical designs woio jiro
pnied by Mr. C. H. ('Iuhmui nlso ol
MIhs Clara HatlKiur of tho .Stale unl
cislty Iiiim iiiailo homo beautiful and
tieful pieces of fiirniluio. Aiming the
bchl specimens of her woik is a hat ticu
for Sowanl county. If in very deep nnd
well executed, having beautiful carved
paiioR 'J'lie hinges and ornaments aro
of bra wt artistically etched. Her center
table Is unique and iiiile original in lo
sign, thu general tlieino being to repro
Kent tliu products of tho state in leliof,
making a Hpecialty of tlio sugar beet.
The genorni scheme of decoration of tho
loom is Himplo yet very nppropriato.
On tho wall lianas a beautiful pi ceo of
Inpcslry, representing spring, by Mrs.
Mntny of Hustings, and is much ad
lulled. Miss ItiKilocker of Kearney, and tier
pupil havo made wnue excellent picciH
of bric-a-brac for tlie mantel.
The youiiK ladle of tlio Htate tint
vemity aro lepiemjnted in bit of
well, tiny will not attract attention in
(heir piiwiit Nisitliiii. Tho miKiir is
shown in globes and colninim of ulass,
and it is labeled beet Hiiar, but fuither
than this, them is nothing in the display
to indicate that Nebraska leads tho
woihl in that wit of thinj,' tliat ber
farmer Hud it more proiitnble to raise
tho Hii'iir beet than to lain' wheat and
coin, and that the noil and climate U
especially adapted to it proper cultiva-
ARE EASILY RECOGNIZED.
There is a certain air of distinction about RAMBLER riders
perhaps you have noticed it.
People give them credit for being competent to judge a bicycle
for knowing a GOOD THING when they see it.
An air of confidence
of RAMBLER riders,
utmost confidence in it.
is clearly marked in the graceful bearing
They KNOW the wheel they ride have
'nt 1 r.i.o 1111.1.
Hon. There is nothing to show tlio
methods by which the wifjar is mndo.
Altogether, tho display cannot help but
provo disapiHiintiiiK to Nebraskans.
The commissioncra have just realized
that tho beot mtf?ar display in tlio Afirb
cultural building is not what it hIioiiM
be, and havo concluded to make an ad
ditional display in tho Slate building,
which will moro fully nbowthoinduMiy.
in tho loom is to bnvo They proviso to put on exhibition during
The Globe Clothing House
Tho doop cut wo nmko from regu
lar prices gives you an oppor
tunity to dress your boys in tho
best of clothing at prices that will
couvineo you cannot bo hud any
whero but ut tho
Cor. O and Tenth Streets
w KLgfti Mv
- mfffyiXtKr -
Hon, nnd gave tho audience warm words
ot woh'oino. Ho then introduced (Jov
ernor Lorenzo Crounso. Tlie governor
said that "it neonicd almost tho height of
nudacity for a young ntnto to veuturo to
tako part in tho oxpositiou; that lime bad
not yot ripened tlio frultn of hor industry
nor ago matunsl tlio creations of hor en
terprise. Nebraska' was not an e.xten
llvo or varied exhibit, yet 1 am proud to
aslnt in dedicating Nebraska' modest
Offering to tlio exposition, because it
.ii1..il!ii.i ...lull Mi.lipttulrii nir.iru " Tll.l
J II lllinillAl 1 1. Ml 4.1' Ml" "' W...'.I ..J
lo- j jcovurnor tlien told Houiethlng of tho
history of the mate and ol her resources,
mill concluded by extending a cordial
welcome to all to visit tho exhibit and to
risit tlio Htate.
Kx-dovornor Furnas delivered a lmppy
address on tho eaily pioneers and early
ilovolopiuunbi of tho Htate, which wa
well loceived. Sirs. Henry Fisk of Chi
cago then read an original poem, entitled
"Nebraska," written by Sir. Kato M.
Cloary of llubbell, Neb. Tho Hpeaking
wa from tho front vornuda, and tho
itato contmlssionor nnd representatives
of foreign governments occupied Heat on
mi improvised ntago. While tho gov
ernor was Hpeaking tho celebrated Oor
man band canio up, playing a lively
march. They woro assigned a position
In front of tho building on tho Minnesota
liouso lawn. Colonel Cody was dressed
In a buckskin suit. Ho was tho center
of all eyes.
At nono of tho dedications of htato
building havo ho many people beon
present and ho much enthusiasm been
manifested. Tho exercises were ho orig
inal that they will stand out as one of
tho unhiuu things of tho great fair. On
tho conclusion of tho exorcises tho pro
cession formed and marched to tho Ad
ministration building whom It passed in
review before tho Infanta Kulalia and
proceeded to tho Agricultural building,
whom it disbanded, In tho Statu build
ing, after tho exercises, Mrs. Urooks, tho
celebrated butter inoldor, gave an exhi
bition of hor hklll. It is estimated that
fully fl.OOO Nebraskans were on tho
ground. They came In excursions from
Omaha, Lincoln, and many other parts
of tho Htate.
lti'ourTn Well Shown.
Nebraska is nothing If not original.
Sho has marked out her path at tho
World's fair and It is not like tho path
of any othorwtnto. Thogreat object In all
this display Is to advertise tho state, nnd
It is generally conceded that tlio inonoy
thus far expended by the state has beon
well spent and will bring handsouio ro-1
turns, l'eoplo from all parts of tho ,
world aro astonished at hor resources, i
Tho early impressions that a largo jwr-1
Hon of tho stato was pint of tho great j
American desert is fast becoming oradi-1
catcd. l'eoplo seo tho jKslbilities in an i
agricultural and manufacturing way.
They compare tho products, which sho
The main idea
11 place where Nebraska women can
come and meet their fiieuds and sis'iid a
pleasant hour in lest.
Til.' rnrmtij IMillilt.
' No one is mom agreeably surprised
than a Nebraskau who enters tho For-
I oh try building and sees tho splendid ills-
1 piny his state has made. People do not
expei't much of Nebraska in a timber
way and that is what causes the sur
prise. The section in which tho display
is made is in the northeast corner of tlio
building and tho general design of tho
pagoda is ninth. Tho principal feature
is a rustic aich which stands in tho cen
ter of tho Himeo. It is Hill-mounted by a
the season the beets from which tlio
sugar is made, and little souvenir lsixes
of sugar will be given away to the pub
lic. This cannot be done, however,
until the new beet come In. Upon
these boxes will be printed a lecord of
the output of tho Nebraska factories
from the opening of tlie first factory at
Oraud Island in ISIIO, to tlie present
time, showing the rapid increase in
product, which will reach this mmisoii
between .1.000,000 and 0,000,000 pounds
Tin' Dnlr.v i:1illill.
Themis not yet enough of Nebrnska'n
dalrv exhibit ill place, or of the other
natural graft of the letter "N," loaned by ' states for that matter, to tell what will
I). K. High or Lebanon. Ono race or be done in that depaitinent. .Siiperm
tho arch contains the inscription "71'J.-! tendent Ashbuin has spared no pains to
000,000 or Tree Planted in One Year." , nl" it success, and is confident that
The other side leads, "Nebraska, tho ho will succeed even beyond the expecta
Tiee Planter State." ' '",H ,,f Nebraska enthusiasts.
Tlie evhibit contains l'il specimens or ; H has been through the elVoils r Mr.
illiren.nl. vnrietles of trees irrown ill No- I Asllliltrn t lull Hie services 01 .Mrs. nrooit,
braska. These am polished to show tho
grain and in e fixed around tho base or
the arch. Thcieaieabo a largo num
ber ir log discs which havo been pre
sented by dill'eii'iit people throughout
tho state, most or which aro native
woods. These aro arranged into n rail
ing Tor tho pagoda. Among them is a
large disc or white Cottonwood 11 foot, 0
has been secured. She made her repu
tation by modeling butter at the t'enten
liiul. siie will make ono or two statues,
which will be placed ill the dairy ex
hibit. They will bo or .1. Steiling Mor
ton and ex-(!overnor Furnas. Several
other states have attempted to get Mrs.
Urooks' services, but railed.
In the gallon of tho Agricultural
Knowing that RAMBLERS arc high grade, and are sold at list
price only, people do not look upon RAMBLER riders as frequent
ers of bargain shops."
"All Ramblers have G. & J, Pneumatics."
E. R. GUTHRIE, Sole Agent,
1540 O Street.
inches in diameter. There is also n imiiuingis a noneyeMi11.11 wmcu auracis
siileiidid immk. disc, which is said to bo mucli attention coming as n noes linuiecc
the largest specimen known, nnd a beau-' competition with the old honey produc
t if ill HiM'cimcu of hackberry and black
walnut. One of the most uniipio speci
mens and ono which no ono would think
Df looking in a Nebraska exhibit to find,
Is a red cedar log, which grow in Keya
Paha county. Another s'lociinon which
attracts attention is a section ot an applo
tree cut ironi J. Sterling Morton's homo.
Kx-Qovernor Furnas' collection of tlio
woods of tho world i tho finest exhibited
in tlio building. Tlioy occupy a fino
lariro ornamental case In tho exhibit. In
Intr states. It is comparatively a new
industry, but no ono who fees the attrac
tive display can doubt of its thrittynoss.
Great cam has been exorcised in tho I
arrangement, making tho exhibit nrtis- '
tic. If Nebraska does not get tho
premium sho will certainly get a favor-
nblo mention from the jury ot nwards. .
IMiimtl il IMillill. I
Near the southwestern corner of tho '
gallery In the Manufacturers and Liberal
Aits building is located the educational
exhibit of Nebraska. The space occu-
1 plod has a liontage of 70 root and is
1 SO i'ts't deep, divided into three alcoves
1 with an nguicgatc wall surface of t , l0
, siUiuo Icet. !)0 Mpinro feet of table
space and 72 feet, line, of show-cases.
I The available siulace lor wall display is
I greatly increased by the use of wing
frames. The wall display consists of kinder
garten woik, paper lnlding. weaving,
sowing, color lessons, illustrated ltf-sons
or various kinds, drawings, designs,
maps and photoginphs. In addition to
these is a collection ol' a great number ot
specimens or the plants of Nebraska,
pclentitically mounted and classified, pre
pared bv Nebraska women, which forms
one of tho most inteiesting and attrac
tive features of tho exhibit. A number
of the cities have coutubiited photo
addition to tho cabinet Governor Furnas graphs of their school gioiuuK buildings,
exhibits 1118 different specimens of both intoiiors. classes and instructors. Prob-
indigenious and introduced woods.
Tho Stato university has sent a very
complete collection of tree destroying
insects found in tho stato. They aio in
glass cases and add much to tho display.
Tho vino exhibit is also something
unique and something which none of tho '
otiior states havo shown. j
On tho roar wall hangs a colored mnp
of tho Ktnto on which In red Ink is shown
tho distribution or tho native trees. Tlio
map was made from careful computa
tions and is considered very valuable.
On tho wall near this map is a life
size crayon or J. Sterling Morton, tho
father of Arlior Day. It is tho inten
tion ot those who havo tho exhibit lu
charge to interest people in Arlior Day
ably the finest collection of this sort
conies from the University or Nebraska,
consisting or 17 excellent views.
In show-cases aio displayed samples of
work in clay modelling, bust work,
inaiiual training, and other school work
that cannot bo shown otherwise to ad
vantage. Tho regular class work or tho schools
is represented by bound volumes or man
uscript , wiitten reviews and examina
tions. These papers are arranged In four
series or groups: First, schools in cities
of tho first class; second, schools in
smnller cities; third, village schools;
font th, rural schools.
The following cities and towns havo
contributed material for tho exhibit:
work, and small pamphlets, descriptive Omaha, Beatrice, Hastings, Nebraska
J. C. MolSTETT,
AVD CABXVBT MAKBS,
Doe all klndi ot Impairing promptly. All
308 So. 11th St. Lincoln, Neb.
Till". HKCIUTIO.V HOOM.
displays with those which tho otiior
ttutes display and sho gains by tho com
parison. Taking it all in all and depart
inont after department, Nebraska lina
Tlu Slut.' lliillilhiK.
The stato building is whero most Ne
braskans feel at homo. It was con-
btnicted with the idea ot making it an
exhibition hall and a club house. Tho
main hall is given over to the exhibition
of grains nnd grasses. Tho executive
ofllccs of tho commission, as well us tho
postofllce uuil check rooms, nro on this
On tho second lloor is nlso a largo os
Mbition room which is given over to
woman's work to n largo extent and to
works of art which could not bo whi-
t f it, will bo distributed from tho pavil
There Is only one freak In tho collec
tion and that is a horseshoe imbedded in
tho heart of a ortioii of a tree. Tho
tree was planted in tho spring of 1870 by
R. H. llrabham of York county and in tho
spring of ISSi ho hung a hnrsoshoo on
one of its limbs, Tlie tieo grew and
cnught the corks and grew around tho
shoe. Tho tree was cut in the spring of
181KI and the shoe found imbedded in tho
City, South Omaha, Grand Island, Kear
ney, York, Crete, Ashland, Wahoo,
Holdrege, Tecuiiiseh, AVyiuore, Hebron,
Pawneo City, Sewaul, Madison, West
Point, Stanton, Scribner, Decatur, and
Long Pine. The counties that have sont
work from the rural schools are Gage,
Lancaster, Madison, Pawnee, Red Wil
low and Stanton.
A novel feature of the exhibit is tho re
production by means of tho phonograph
of tho music of the Omaha schools. Rec
ords havo been taken of tho school mil
hie in all guides from the primary to tho
high school. These mo icproduced by
Tloso In charge of tho agricultural ox
Jiibit havo not displayed the originality t'im, phonographs, to which
In tno construction ot tlio nootli, in tno mv jton at a time.
nrrangeinent of their exhibit, or in tho The Nebraska exhibits compares fa
chnracter of tho things exhibited that vorablv with the exhibits from othor
PRINTED OR ENGRAVED.
CORRECT FORMS AND LATEST STYbES.
Call and sec samples of the woik at
prompt and careful attention.
this office. Mail orders icccive
Cue Courier o.,
xnis paiauai eatauiiniunent la now open In nil deunrtmenti with the
execution of Turkish, Buaaian, Eleotrio Cabinet and Roman, and tlieae
This palatial eatahllahment la now open In all deunrtmenta with the
wlllbo ready Toy June 1.
ArrnnRomonU of Hours OIIEAT IM.UNOi:. !.mlli. from 8 n. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Dnll.T I'Xifpt Huiulnr UeiitlemiMi. (rum 1 p in. tulip in. wk ilms. Mini (rum S n. in. to
p. in. Huniliijii. SOCIAL SWIM.S-On Miiniluy ntxl TliiirmlilY tivenliiK 7.110 to 10.:i0 Ilia
plunKO will lie upon in butti xfXi'H. (Icntlt'iiii'ii mi tliean uvi'IiIiirk will lio mlinltteil only
hIipii iiccdtnpiinlftl by n Iml.v nnil nil Blrank'tTM to tlm liiHtlt ullii imit procure mi Intro
duction butoru Oiry vim purduiHu tick jib. Only Hpcclul lion-truunfernblu UckoU will beao
cepttsl on loilnl pvunliiKH.
Special Notlcos On Weilnpadnynttrmoon from 1 toOo'clock tlie Rrent plunge- ran
bo rented for private pnrtlen. Children under 1'.' will not bo ndmlttpil uiileHH iii-coinpnuled
by pnrent or KUiiriMnu. Iloj minder 10 will bo mlmltted durlnic Indie hour when necom
tianleil by their motlier or uunrdlnn. Iliirlnir June, July ami Anuunt thu urent plunito will
b open to both Helen from & n. in. to H n. in. Iinilv vicept Sundiiy. Tlio urent pluuno
oceiipIeK it Hpnco nt f.O feet wldo by 112 feet In length nnd U from iVi to 0 feet deep. It In
lllleii with inluernl witter from thncoinpnny'M own wells nnd I nhxolntelrpuriwiiid remnrk
nbly clear nnd biio.wint. 'Iherunro luildremdiiK nioiuK,to lollet rooniH, luo hot mid cold
xliowerbntliD, ou itiitoinatlc iimmIIk bath, two rubber roverri nprlnn lionrdH, n raft, a
travel In tern lie nnd rope for ncqtilrltiic the nrt of kwIiiiiiiIiib. Bf itiiI life precertern, mlr
rorn, ioiiiIik and bruihea, wiiiim and toHt'la, etc., nnd the udmlHilou to tlio pluui;e with all
of tbeeo prlvilcKCK Is but 30 CENTS.
. - - ,- . I T""V
Mln Dertto Ilurr nnd Mr. I' Dorer Klre Inatructlonn In nnlnunlnK to ladlen and children,
men uud boyH durlun ndvertlHed liourn.
Tho Hot Salt Bnths nro reiuarknbly enicni'loun In mich iillmentH nn rheiimntlnm,
d,vniepnla. koiiI, malaria, kidney, liver nnd liervoiiK trouhlen and blood illenH.'. The hot
milt ilepartiuentH nro probably tho inont Important ol thin ureal pntithllidimeut and both
Helen may bathe at tho hiiiiio time. tliure belnir iixeparnto uiiddlHtluct npartmeut tor Indies
miii Ken tieinen, with nkllled iittendnntH In each. It you nro nick, or feel bad and don't know
exactly what allnyou, try theu unit hatha for n abort tluiound hcu tho renult. It will bo u
revelation to you.
Tho Boil Rooms aro chnriulnir, they nr well ventilated, hnndnnmnly furnished nnd
nro for tho nccomniodntlou of thou In III health whowinh to tnVo bnthn and romnln In tho
bulldliiK, or for thoe who wlnh a nluhtn lodKluir after u Turkbdi, ItUKnlnn or Cabinet bnth.
Tho Recoptlon Rooms anil Prlvato Parlors nro richly decorated and afford
much comfort and rent to I hone who wlah to while away an hour or two alter it hath, Tho
latent fnHhlon bookn, periodical and Illustrated paper aio on convenient tnblen. Luxur
ious illvanK, rockern nnd eay rhnlrn aro on every ildo. Tho carpetn aro rich in color unit
ill nlnn. He euro nnd vlnit theno apartments.
Tho Barber Shop la In clnirmi of carelul men. Thu tools nro ahnrp, tho aarround
Initn neat and comfortable nnd tho ihnrKer moderate.
Tho Lncllos Hnlr Dressing Dopnrtmont I" very comploto nnd in supplied with
oTor.vthlUK necessary for artistic mid satisfactory work, i lis lady attendants aro experi
enced and courteous nnd will Htrlvo to pleae nil who favor them with a visit.
Tho Plain Baths are very complete mid nfford amplu accouiniodatloiinfor both
ftexe at the hiiiiio tlmo. All tuba nro white porcelain.
Pamphlets, testimonials nnd nil Information may be secured by nddresslnit I're. M. II,
nnd J O. l'verett, muiuiKliiK physicians, M nnd 1'otirteenth streets, Lincoln, .Neb.
Chicago and Eeturn
a round trip railroad ticket to the
World's Fair and return for
25 NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
CAPITAL CITY COURIER
have been displayed in tho other exhib
its. Tho pagoda, over which is placed F0111 f tlio older eastern states, such as
tlioiiaino of Nebraska, is veiy similar to Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, present
n half dou'ii other pavilions in tho im
mediate vicinity, and there is nothing
whatever in the display to givo it a ills-,
tlnctlvo feature. Tho specimens of corn, '
wheat and other grains and the grasses .
is not excelled by nny stato,
Tlio beet sugar display, howover, is
disappointing. It is the ono great in-,
diistry whicli the peoploof tho stnte wish
to get before tho ieoplo of tho world, I
and while the specimen nre all very
iviin tiic I'.Miiiius ironi ouiur , , ,. , xtpiit -wr tt i'
wiiiie, of course, it is true that eiich subscription being a NJ'iW OISE lor one year.
This tickot will bo given on :my road, and is good
to go or come at any time during the World's Fair.
For blanks and further ijarticulars, call at the busi
ness office, 1134 O St.
a wider range and a gieater vaiietyof
pcliool woik, it must admitted that, in
the lines of work Nebraska attempts to
rliow, she is second to none.
The exhibit is tastefully and systemat
ically arranged, and, as a wholo, piesents
n pleasing and attractive appearance.
Nebraska may well bo proud of tho
Harvest she has to show in education
ns well us in uinteiiiil prosperity aud d-relopuient.
COURIER PUBLISHING CO.
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