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THE SATURDAY JV.fORIVIlVO COURIER
Tho ooni)lcto novel In the .January
number of LlpiiincottV ia' Tho Colonel,"
by Harry Wlllanl Freneli, Himoil una
romantic adventure, in which tho horo
BiivoB tho lioroino'n life at huh, tho tnlo
Koch on to Htmly tho cluiriictora of thece
two hlghly-iftod itloalintH, anil to trace
tho fortuiu'H of a mutual tiiiHHion which
neither 1h willing to own.
(lilhort Parker nuii)ioH tho oiioning
chapturH of a norial Htory, "Tho Tron
jiapnor," which will run through nix
mini bore of tho magazine. "Kroneliy"
Ih a (lomuHtic talo by Molly Elliot Sea
well. "A Mother ami Hor Hoy," by
Oeorgo Morloy, Ih a imthotiu Hkotcli
from ovory-ilay life. "Tho I'oninmila of
Ijowei California," by JaineH Knai.ii)
ltcuvc, given valuable information uon
cernlng that little-known region, and
eorrectnBiiiulry errors of tho "Eneyelo
IMudih Uritanniea" and other received
accounts Mrs. Sherwood'H "Recollec
tions" of Uachol, Knnny Komble. and
Charlotte CuHhman will intercut many.
Julian Hawthorne, in "A Poet of Man
hood," jiayH tribute to tho memory of
Daniel L. DawHon. The poetry of the
number ifl .of unuminl merit. It in by
Martha T. Tyler, Colin A. Ilnjwnrd,
Kathleen K. Wheeler, Ktlward Oldham,
M. S. Patlon, and the late Daniel L.
Scribner's Magazine for .January
inurkH tho beginning of tho fifteenth
volume. Tho ilrst great fiction feature
for tho year is tho serial, "John March,
Southerner," by George V. Cable, tho
author of "Old Creole Days." This .is
the Ilrst long novel that Mr. Cable has
published in many years, and is a most
dramatic story of the new south. Tho
opening chapters reveal Mr. Cablo'H
sympathetic stylo and clear character
drawing at their very best. Serial
stories by J. M. Ilarrio ami Cioorgo
Meredith are announced to begin later.
Another feature of this year will be a
Beries of Hpooial frontispieces selected by
the eminent art critic, Philip Gilbert
Hamerton, to represent tho tendencies
of contemporary art. Each picture will
be accompanied with a brief aiticlo by
Mr. Hamerton and a portrait or the
artist wIiobo painting is reproduced. In
this number Manet's "Fifer" is tho
striking picture chosen.
Frank II. Stockton, continues to make
"Pomona" interesting in tho second in
Btallment of her correspondence with
her old "Iludder Grange" mistress.
TIiubu lotterB, under the title or "Pomo
na's Travels," can bo found in the
January Ladies' Jlume Jouvnul. Mrs.
liurton Kingsland gives some practical
suggestions for a now form of enter
tainment under tho title of "Fifty Cent
Luncheon ClubH." "Howl Hecaiuo an
Actress" is tho theme of a bit of auto
biography from tho pen of Adelaide
Ristori del Grillo. A sketch, with
portraits, of Mrs. Donolson Wilcox, who
was born in the White House during
tho administration of Andrew Jackson,
furnishes the biography. The second
installment of Mr. William Dean
Howells' "My Literary Passions" is as
full of interest as the first. Miss Julia
Magruder's serial, "A Ueautiful Alien,"
which grows in charm and interest as it
proceeds, furnishes the fiction. Alice
Morse Earlo is inteiestiug in "Stamps
and Marks on Old China." Mrs. Fran
ces Hodgson Burnett and Mr. Hitch
continue "Little Lord Fauntleroy."
Harriet Ogden Morison gives "EcclesutB
tical Embroidery," and J. Mac Donald
Oxloy writes of "Literary Recreation
Tho second edition of the December
World's Fair Cosmopolitan brings the
total up to tho extraordinary figure of
100,000 copies, an unprecedented lesult
in tho history of magazines. Four
hundred thousand copies- 1100 tons
1)4,000,000 million pages- enough to 1111
1200 wagons with '2,000 pounds each in a
single line, in close order, this would be
a file of wagons more than a mile and a
An entertaining now publication that
has within tho last month or two niado
its appearance in Chicago and which
has found its way to Tun Couuiku's ex
chango table, is Tim Chicago lUO, its
name indicating its peculiar field. This
interesting paper iB edited by II, R.
PerBingor, who over tho nom do guerre,
"Hollio" contributed a number of bright
lotteiBrom tho world's fair city to Tun
Couiukk during the summer. Mr.
Pcrsinger is a man of versatile ability
and great resource, and his paper is in
keeping with his reputation as a news
TEE OF THE WOTJAKS.
Once upon a time a haro was bound
ing along over the slippery ice. Ho ran
and bounded, until all at once, pulT! he
foil and struck himself a haul blow.
After ho had recovered hinibolf a bit, ho
said to himself: "I wonder if this ice is
vory Btrong?" And ho asked tho ico:
"Say, ico, are jou very strong?" "Vory
strong," Bald tho Ice. "If you are so
strong how does tho sun molt jou? Tho
huh is Btrongor than you, that's why ho
niultt jou," said tho haro. Then ho
turned to tho sun, and said: "Say, sun,
aro you Btrong?" "Very Btrong," naid
tho Bun. "If you are bo Btrong, why do
you let tho oIou.Ib cover you? The
clouds aro Htrongjr than you." Then ho
turned to the cIoiuIb and asked: "Say,
clouds, aro you Btrong?" "Very Btrong,"
replied tho clouds. "If you aro bo strong,
why do you let tho mountains arrest
you? Tho mountains aro stronger than
you." Then ho turned to tho mountain,
and said: "Say, mountain, aro you
strong?" "Very strong," replied tho
mountain. "Indeed," said the hare, "If
jou are so strong, why do you let tho
mole dig into you? The mole is stronger
than you." Having spoken thus, ho
turned to the mole, and asked: "Say,
molo, aro you strong?" "Very strong,"
replied tho mole. "If joti aro so strong,"
replied tho hare, "why do you let tho
cat eat you? Tho cat is stronger than
you." Then he turned to tho cat, and
asked: "Say, cat, are you strong?''
"Very strong," replied tho cat." Then
the hare not being able to think of any
thing which got tho upper hand of the
cat, gave liiu verdict: "Tho cat is tho
strongest of all!" Tales of tho Wotjaks,
Xikolaj Ivanor, in Zoitschrift fur Verg
leichende Iiitteraturgesehechte, Berlin.
ON I NICE !'
I cannot understand fiom what the
nice Voting Man results. Sometimes I
think ho growed. Sometimes I think
he is the result of over education.
Sometimes I think well, 1 wouldn't
dare to tell you what I think, but Dar
win's theory Iiiib a great deal to do witli
it. I have heard him mumble over a
bit of cake and a cup of tea, just as a
well-trained monkey would over some
thing that ho liked, and I have seen
him imitate the girls in tho movements
of his hands, just as I have seen a
marmoset imitate a man. Really it
makes one iiuito nervous about tho
future. What will be the result of him
a monkey or a man?
Ho hasn't tho immorality of a monkey,
but he has all of his cunning; ho hasn't
tho brains of a man, hut lie is built like
him in miniature. Really, one is forced
to mourn tho dude when one meets the
nice Young Man. He is vory modestjho
thinks it isn't quite nice to read books
that haven't nice words in them; con
sequently Shakespeare, Congreve,
Wioherly, Smollett and all the writers
who followed after them are unknown
to him. He doesn't think it is quite
nico to refer to some unpleasant habits
right out in upon words, consequently he
likes tho Bible and the "Arabian
Nights'' revised. Ho doesn't think it is
quite nico to know much; vulgar people,
who study and read books, and, worst
of all, write them, do that sort of thing.
Ho says ho remembers his mother say
ing that a girl's name ought only to bo
in tho newspapers three times in her
life- -when she was born, when she was
married and whon sho died. "And," he
adds, if that is true of a girl, how much
truer it is of a thoroughly nico Young
Man?" Ho knows there aro men who
discover countries, who, as ho says,
fiddle up things and bring out queer
mixtures, that they say are scientific
discoveries; but, after all, these are not
tho young mon one would wish to
know. They are quite as likely to have
dirty hands as not. and to be thoroughly
It is a pity that tho nice Young Man
isn't spotted at his birth, for then tho
wiser doctor, recognizing him, could
chloroform him. I wish tho mothers of
the present day would look at tho uico
Young Man from my standpoint. I
think if ho came to see a girl of mine
and 1 wero an able-bodied man 1 should
either kick all of the sense he had out of
him or else kick a little into him. To
put it plainly, he is an effeminate fool,
and fools are a thousand times more
dangerous than knaves. I like a man
who is young, who is enthusiastic, who
iB good-looking and who is well-droesed.
Every woman does, even if she is on the
shady side of 00, but tho thing that is
presented under the name of Uie nico
Young Man isn't manly, isn't nice and is
The question is freiiuently asked,
"Why is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral bo much
more elfectivo than other cough renio-
dies?" Tho answer is, simply because
it iB the most skilful combination of
anodynes and expectorants known to
Canon City coal at the Whitelncast
Coal and Limo Co.
Mld-Wlnter l-'alr, San I'lanclxio ('ill., Ilx-
ciii'xlun TlikclH Now 1111 Nale
Wltliltounil Trip, Limit
The Trunk lino between Lincoln,
Atchison, St. Joo, Wichita, Hot Springs,
St, Loiuh, Houston, OalveBton, I.os
Angles and all points east west north
and south. Come and go via the
Missouri Pacific tho popular chair car
route. II. 0. Townsend U. P. A. St.
Louis, Mo. Phil Daniels C. P. & T. A.
Telephone) No. .TOD. City otlice 1201 O
street, Lincoln Neb.
(-'lieiip llxrumliiiiH tu Hie South,
On December 11), 18!M, January 1(1,
February l.'l, March tiO and April l!I,
the II. & M, will sell round trip tickets
at one faro to points in southern Mis
soiiri, Arkansas, Tennessee. For full
information regarding routes, stop
overs, limits, etc., call at 11. iV. M, depot
or city olllce, corner O and Tenth streets.
A. 0. Zikmkis,
C. P. & T. A.
Charles I). White, a San llernardino,
Cal boy, is an electrician and rides to
ml from his work on a bicycle, often
carrying material to bo used on a job.
Several times while riding before tho
wind ho noticed that he did not have to
use his pedals, the bieezeriirulshing the
motive power. His active brain at once
sot to work to devise some method
whereby he could make the wind do tho
work while he simply steered the
machine, lie was not long in search of
an idea. Ho thought of a sail, having
been raised in a country where ico
yachting was one or the leading winter
Securing a piece of bamboo about Ion
feet long, he and E. Dougherty, an luti
mate friend, set lo uoik and soon rigged
a mast, a strong piece of sheeting being
used as a sail.
The only stumbling block in his path
was how lo secure the sail firmly to the
wheel. After several attempts he made
a head block, in which t lit end of the
mast was placed ami secured. This
block can be lemoved ery easily by
taking oil' the buns on two holts.
When the sail is removed the block docs
not interfere with the use of the ma
chine in any manner, nor has it a dis
pleasing look to the ejo.
In rigging the sail the block head is
made or Oregon pine, while the two side
clamps ate of oak a half an inch thick.
These are secuielj fastened to tho wheel
by two lion bolts. Great eaio should be
exorcised in placing this paiticular part
of the attachment inposition. The head
block must not be fastened to the handle
bars or tubing, as it will interfeie witli
tho guiding of tho bicycle. It must be
bolted to the joint just below the elbow,
as this allows the Tiee use of tho handle
to direct the wIiooI'h course.
To those who will trj the invention it
may be explained that they should be
very caieful not lo scenic tho boom to
tho machine, but fasten a small pulley
to tho spring under the seat and allow
tho cord attached to the boom to run
freely through it. as the balance can be
kept much better in this manner.
The wind seldom blows steadily, but
comes in short gusts or squalls, and will
unseat an experienced rider should he
make tho boom fast to the wheel.
Mr. White's sail is attached to a ten
foot mast and an eight foot boom, and
weighs six pounds anil nine ounces.
Tho cost complete is about $10, if tho
work is performed by the individual
himself. Almost ainono can make a
sail and place it on a wheel. With a few
hours' practice a good wheelman can
easily manipulate it and enjoy a ride
without any fatigue whatever.
People are wishing each other tho
compliments of the season and exchang
ing gifts. Did it ever occur to you to
send an ailing friend a packageof Axer's
Sarsaparilla? If not, do so now; and
try this medicine yourself, if you need a
first -chtf-H blood-purifier.
Water colois and etchings at Crancer's,
ilPJ South 11th.
When you want prompt service and
fair treatment and tlie selection from
the largest stock of groceries in Lincoln
call on W. A. Collin .v Co., successors to
,T. Miller, ll.'l South Kloventh street.
Trester sells over 'JO kinds of coal.
Head Tin: Colhiku's special oiler.
W. A. Collin & Co.. gmceTU. 1 CI South
M. L. Trestei, (leuuine Canon City
The I 11 ion I'aclllc ( heap Italc.
Only eC(0.(K)liist cIiibs to Ogden, Salt
Lake. Helena. Spokane and Portland
For full particulais call at city ticket
ofUcolOlf O street.
Who formerly ipihIimI in ( niitievtli'iit, Im;
who now 11 Mif. i ui irojiiiii, wilier "I'nr
w ais past, my wifo
11 I h.,'i u(ilAyer'
Hi ir lu'ir, ami we
t iiiiuti n.it tlioiliuk
I 01 which ho ami I
lum liiiic, whllu him
1111 i's 1 f mil' acqtiaiut
nii' . I. u or a dozen
evM ""'""" ' 'uij-lieadio,
r'",R,iT 'i",'i 1 ,1111. mi.ii,
tftf J aM 1 ill nil ..in luilili.,.
VIJD H-i .1. nl us enloi an.!
tft'.w- . iiiiiii. , hc iepi),-ii
y" fh'-'k "" aenf Acr' Hail
-S-" !lll ' '1" !' '" nlllaiic. .1
wai nearly Laid, m.i
1 Hie ' r
'fC! 0 V e 1
liei v u
Ayer's ITntr VlRiir, nml Viry soon, it n .t
only chei'i cil any fiuther hiss nf hair, tut
prndiu'i'il an eiii.ii-l) new prnw 111, which li is
iciaaincd luxiiil.iiit ami flossy to this il.i
I cm leooinmeml this preparation to nil In
need of a iM'iuiliio lialr-restoriT. It U nil
(bat It Is elaliiu'd to he." Antonio Alarrti'i,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OP Til U
FIKST NATIONAL HANK,
At Lincoln, In I lie Mute or Nitlit iixUn, ut tlie
cIoo ef huelncsn December II', ilM.
Loan mul discount 11,910 071 I'J
U.H. Iloinls to ecurc circulation Mum (n
Hock, securities em . HWJflti
IliinWInn house fairulturo mill llv
turn T MI.OC0 00
Oilier real otiuo and tiorUncs
iwiiimI IS.ftdl IS
IIiik friiin Null mill limk, mil re
servo iiki'i'In, . . i'.N.im !IT
Due from state hank itml
banker n,:i 11
Dm (limine rnvrd reserve
IlKOnt KVMh 07
Cluck unil other cash
Ileum II I TO 4i
KieliniiKi'i for climrliiK
limine ... ussr iu
Noted of ,'olhf r national
Int ik. .... (VXI (0
I'ractlnual paper curren
cy, u ckcl and cmili.... T.tl Id
Lawful Money Kcscrvo In mink vlr.
MpiTIn MM' 8 INI
li'Kiil tO'iiiT notin . KI.1W7 (K)
Itoilompttnn fund with I).
H.lruiiNiiier ir pec emit
of I'lrcnlitltmi) S.SMI fl)
1 1. Kill, (Ml (0
.-t 1 1 r 1 1 1 h . .
Unul vlili'il prollts less eiieii)i't
mid tiiti'i mild
Nntlotiul Imnk notes oiilHtaudliiK
iini ono no
line in inner iiiiiiouiii
hank I UNO Ml
l)no to mute hank unil
hunker . . . Ihl.ir. Ml
Indlvliltiiil deposits h ab
ject tOClll'I'K M,MjH n.
D-iiiind certlllciiles of
flepnMI '.MI.StKI III -UNI I Oil ill
noIdh mill IiIIIh ri'-illi'iiunli'il . N'i.ltiouo
Total f IVII.IHJ! (HI
Hliito of Ni liriiMoi. Count v of ImiiciiMn , m
I. K. M Conk cum lor of Die ttliuvo nmni'il
l ink, ilo Hiilmnuly "weitr mit the nliivn
Ntiilf iiieiit Ik true to Hie hint of my ktionl
viliru unil belief, l M (!ooK.
Hubficrllii'il mid Nwnrii to before me tM.'-ilcl
iluv of Ueri'inhcr, IMS' Kuank I'aiiki.
Correct Attest :
N, . IIaiiwooii,
O. A Hanna.
.(( UN KlTOKIIAI.II,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK,
At Lincoln, In the Mule of Nebraska, at the
clone of bUHlnexH December In, IH'.i.l,
IimiiH midtllHCOtintN t'fyi'l Ml
Ovtril rafts m-cuiciI mid iinii'inirril . :i .! AH
U. ri IhiiiiU 10 Huourii ( Irculiitlo.. . .. MIKimhi
"tockii. aii'urltli'H, 010 rtv.w :i"
llmikllii; lioiito fiirn tare a ml llx-
lurei' I 401) 07
Oilier real Dilate anil uioriitaueH
owned H 100 :r.l
Due from National lmnkn, nut re-
Hirve iiventN l.i),rTil 2"
Due frniH Male baukn anil
banker.H Kl 01
Due from Hnprivod rt'kiirvu
areolH , MltH'j 1.1
Obicknand otliercaMi IteniH IOH.V1 0'J
KxclimiKi) for cloar'K Im ihii lu,wi 1 10
NoteH nf mliir national
banks '.MM) 00
K"i actional Diipnr currency,
ulckelH ami cent M7 On
Lawful Money ltmurvu In Hank, vl:-
lliue'o . . CI MCI 0
Ifitul lender iioU-h... I, (WO CO IM,4lll U
ICi'ileinntlOH fund witli U H trunH-
uteris purceiitnf circulation) ... 2.210 U)
Capital Mock paid In (J.V) 0T0 00
Hurnlint fund IS.Ouo 00
Undivided proOtHless expenses anil
tuxi'H paid tn :m Ta
National bank iiiiIch oiitHtaiidlni: I'l.wi 00
Duo to other natloriHl hanks Xi.isi W
Due to Htate banWH and
bankers Mr.w.l 01
ItiJivhlual deposits subject
Demand certificates of do-
uoslt til.KH if.
Tliiiecertlllcatesofdep islt, f.1,17 :i7
(JaMilur's checUs oiitMnnid-
im? ;ci7 is-.'io:,:. iv
Total .. M! f.'JO HO
-talo of Nebraska count of Lancaster h:
1, H. II. iiiirnhmii, cashier of the all vn
naiiied bank, do solemnly swear that the
above Hatemi'iil Is true to the bent of my
knowledge mid belli f .
4 I. iieiiMiAM. Ciishlor,
Subscribed and sworn 1 1 li fore 11111 this '.'M
day of December. Ih'M I). 0 Winii
D. K TllOMpS'iN,
I". K iim.ivN.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK,
At Lincoln, In the state ol Nebno-ka. atlbe
elostuil bu-liiess Decemlicii III, Is'U
lir.MH'IH 1 s
Loans and dls:ounts. f l.u,,'J.'il C,
Ovurdr fis, becurcd and unsecured. :iMil0l
II - bonds to 8i) 'lire circulation. .M).il0 in
I'rem nun on I' s bonds i',.uki id
"tocks, sciirltleH, el', Ili,7:i7 01
llauklnKhouse, furniture, and fix
tores 5.CKI no
Oilier ' eal estate and moitK'aKes
owied, .1 fevs M
Duo from National hanks, not re
serve mKuiiIh. 10.7M 01
Do from stutn ba ks and bankirs :i Hlo '.',
Due from approved reserve ukc iiU, Zi WA (x
v.'iiccks niiJ oilier cash Iteins 1 77
KxchaiiRCs for cli'arlnH'hoiiH). r,is' til
Notes of other Nitt iiiiiii liaiiks uft 0
I'raclonal paper currency, nickels
and cunts Ids. :i-i
Lawful Monny Keierve In Hunk, vi:
Li Kill tender notes, 0,7.11. Hi
I) y uur'lf'a of deposit for leual ton-
drs, 2:1,78s 'ih
Itedemptton fund with U j triasurer,
5 per cunt of circulaitoii, !,'M) 00
t'tu 010 17
Capital stock paid In
Undivided prt.tlts, lets expenses
and laxt s paid
National lui'ik notes niitstnnil'np,
Due toother National hunks
Dili to statu bank, ai.il hankers
Individual deposits mb.lect to
Demand cerlHIcates of deposit,
Oa.bl jr's checks outsit, ndli.K,
Notes mid bills re-discounted
(2W.I IX) 1 0
11 100 on
;i kvi ift
Total. J.MHMI10 47
(Miitnnf Nebraska County of LaiiCKter, ass
I.J II McClay. cakhl-r of the aliovn nanud
bank, do m emuly swear that the above
staten.ent Ih true to the best of my kniiwi
eduo and belief. .Ill MCCl.tv.
Hubs:rlbcil and sworn to before me this td
day of Ducuinbur. 'X ,l..o A Amks
Notarj I', bile
W W Hack.nkv
U J KAIIMIIIlCII,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
At Lincoln, In IbeHlnteof Nebnmkn, ill the
cIom) of buMncKi December Hi, IMi.il
l.tmnnllllcl illnriMiiitN J'ilH.IMI IK)
(hetilriilN. M'i'iii nil unil luiHeeiireil... IV7 n7
I'. H. ImiiilH In mm'Uiii I'liculnllnii 1,1111 IKI
I'remlimntiin I'. 8. IhiiiiIh I.iWI no
Htiii'liNi Kfcmltli in .... lil.hml Ml
tlmiMiiK Iioiimi furniture a llxluien. 1,1'fiO ml
Olbcr r nl eMiitc A ninilwiWMinvneil VI, III) v'll
Hue hum nutlonul ImihIin
lliol leieiie iiki'uIh) lJU'tl III
Due fiiiiu Mule It . nkn unil
ImtikiTft . . H.OIJ tri
Cluck unil oilier cnli
Ileum. .. M in
KtcluiiiKCH for elcnilnir
limine.. . I.I1U '.'(
Noti'N of oilier nut. ImtikH U,r0il mi
Friifllniml ncr currency,
nickel mul eenlN. nil If,
Spenle. . lo.lln ui
I.cumI tender lintel . , 7,0iH) ml
lleieuiilliiii filial with U.K. ticnn-
uier (ft percent of circulation). ..
Due from II. H. tteiicuier.olberlbiin
fi percent reileinptlon I'uinl
70.IMI 'J I
!IHi),MM II I
i.i miii. hum.
Ciiplliil hi ncl publ In
Dinllvlileil iiriillls. Ickn exneiiBCK nml
UMHI I CO
iimcn iiiiiii .. . ;i,nriti .1(1
Nalloual biiuli liulen oulhliinill n. 'il,l Oil
Due lootbcr nat liiiiikn 9 '.',"01 17
Duo In tlie Mute bauloiiiml
limiknrM ... 2,7,111 "i
lo ulieek . . 110,0.11 (11
Dciiiii il ceillllciiteK of ile-
'I'tinii eertlllealeNori'epiiHll MI.IIKI ll-Uiri,0H f7
NiiieH mul blllx reillM-iuiiiieil . in.r, .i ini
llllln iii)illil(i -',() 0 W
Till ill f .T0,rtH til
Htaih ok NmuiAHK , i
Cinniij uf l.iinciiMcr, i "
I, CIiiik. , Wnlte. Ciifliler of I lie abine
iiiuneil lunik, di, Nileuilily niiem Unit llm
iibiim MiileinciH bt 1 1 tut in Die bcM of ui)
OIIAH. I'.. WAI'I'i:, CiiNhlnr
HuliKcilbcd nml Hiinrn lo before inn thin V!IM
ibi of December, IH'ill.
Isi'.Ai, W. l MKVIlIt, Nnliirj 1'ubllc
II. II.HCIIAIII-.IKI, I
1'. A. IIOKII.MKH. VDIleelniM.
I'!. II. HTKI'i.MNHON, (
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Al Lincoln, In the Htate of Nebraska al I be
eliisiiiif business December III, I MM.
Loans and illscounls . ,, tlL't'.'rJ ) tU
OinrdraflN, seemed and mis mul . vi .11
Oilier stocks, IhhiiIsiiiiiI iiioiIumkiiS . .'17501
Due Irinii iialloiial banks 7,5.1418
Ileal estate, fiiriilliiie ami llvtincs. '.',NH 01)
Current ovpen-es and taxes paid U'C'u H
Checks and oilier cash
llenis '.',701 Ml
LxelmiiKcs lor elearliiK
house SkH f.7
HlllHof Iher banks 1,000 00
I'liiellonal paper eiiriency
nickels nml e ills. XI W
Hpeele . I.OS-, III
Lewal tender notes. mo no r,,im !
Tot nl ( I'.lJs'l in
1.1 a 11 1 1.11 1 i:h.
Capital slock paid In. .. . . I 75.U0U 00
Undivided profits r.,t.H I till
Indlvhliiil deposits subject lo check 117,171 f.7
Demand eertllleiilo or deposit. .. . 7,M) 41
TIlinieertlllealeHof ili'H)slt ll,7ur, 41
Dun to statu hunks ml bankers. 4,707 1 4
Hills pa) able . lo.iibl) 00
Statu iik Ni:iiiiahka,
Coiiniy of LiuieiiHler.
I, (!. M. ('iiiwrf id. cashier of tho ahiivo
iiameil hank, do solemnly swear Hint the
abnie statement true to the best of my
kliowlcilKo and belief
U. M. CltAWKOItl), Cashier.
HiiliHilbed and sworn to l.ofoie mo thlk!
day ol I) inber. ImiI
Ihcai. 1 .1. A. MA IIHII ALL, Notary I'ubllc.
Commission expires .Match 0, IH'M.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or Til H-
INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK,
At Lincoln, III the HI11I0 of Nebiaskn, at the
clo-eoi i.usiuess lliHeiiilter IV, tn'M.
1'lrsl morlKiiKes on lniiioveil real
eslate . J.T.'.OU 10
l,o,iiis anil eiillaterul seem II) . IS.liM 'i
.Nenraskii sinie w-urimiiN 17,0-1,
Neliiuskii sehisil dlstilel bonds . ,
Due Iiiiiii national banks.
I'urnlluro and llxtuies
Cillicnt oxpelises ami taxes paid.
hecks ami other cash Items
Hills nl other hanks, IiicIiiiIIiik Kold
nml hllverccitlllc. lies ltd CO
ri'iiutlnual paper curicnc), nlukels
and cents. ... 10 ,'tM
1 (iolil coin... a:, 00
hHf'le. l: Silver iIoIIiiih IN) Ml
N'racllonal hIUci coin 10 0.1
l.eiral tender notes. .. ,, :ino 00
Total .J7I.IVI :
Cnpital stock paid In
Indh Idual book deposits i!-",(ilil in
Demand certificates of de-
IH.sIt lis Jl
Time certllleates of deposit. Ul,.'7 M-
'1.1 I'll SS
Total 7,IM SS
hTn: of Nkiikiska, i
County of Lain aster, 1 h
I. William ritlill, president ol the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
als.ie statement Is line to the best ol III)
knouledKc and belief.
WILLIAM HTULL. I'resl ent
Subserlbed mid sworn to lie fori) me IhlsUUtli
da) ol December. lh'l.
Hl.Al.., II. T. I'dLSOM. Nolmj I'ubllc.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
- ok Tin: -
Lincoln Savings Bank and Safe Deposit Co
At Lincoln, lu the htate of Nebraska, at the
clo-eot bus uess December III, IH.1.1
Iians and iliM'Ounts fi (.! tl"
Otbci stocks, blinds ami warrants.. i.',.'is Itt
Mifo ilesislt vaults, lurnltiiro and
llxtuies in 110 00
Dun Iiiiiii uatloliiil bank-, i?7,'.'0.l .1
Due Iriiui state banks and
luukeis III) '.'.'.
dices mid other cash
Hems . I.ivlo !
Illllsot other bank - 1,000 (Nl
i'raet oiial apei eiirirncv,
nickel, anil cents. W l
Hpii'le . I.lss V, ,,. .(.s
Accrued Inteiest mi securities 111SI 61
J 171.0 111
1.1 tuna m:.
00 (pl ,t,K'k paid III t J5.1M1 0)
00 I'udlvldcil piollts. :i,M, 5
inillv liliial issik iii'iosits iiii.aui si
Demand eel tlllcates of de-
Tlmoeeitlllcalesol ileH.5l '.M,;l.s f.s- 111,71'.' tfr
Total . . IT.I.ail) I
Snil.llF NfllUlMKA. I
( unlit) of Lam lister, 1
1, It D Ml ler, tiea-iirerof thuiilNiieiiiiiued
bank, do solemn! near that the nhoxc state
ment Is true to the best of 1115 know lediie and
belief It D. Mll.lLli, i'lcaMlicr
Subscribed mid sum 11 lo hetoie me this .ilth
da ol Dvcoiubcr, lsJ.
bki JNO. II CI NMNiiIIAM.
I Notury l'lu.k
UNION SAVINGS BANK
OK LINCOLN, NIUU.
CAPITAL, - $200,000.00.
lteport MkhvIiik enmlltlon ut eloNiiof liunlneM
DECEMBER 19th, 1893.
f.niiim mi icul CHlate, (Mint niort-
KHKli) t ItM.OOU 411
liiiiiHoiienlliiletiil 110,101 OH
W'nrraiilH (Hint i of Ni'lirimku mul
nllielHl S7.HIH a
I'leiuliiiu on U11II11I HIateN IkiiiiU... S,fKNl on
HtneKH 11,112.' SI
Deimiliil biiiiin lltf.MKI f,M
I'lllteil HIilll'H IiiiiiiIn fiO.IIHI Oil
('null (on I111111I mul In Imnk) :u,i:iii mi-pi'1,01 r
'I'nl 11 1
... I Wi.nnn no
. . !WX),12I Oil
Interest I'nitl on Snviiifrs Deposits.
Nicely decorated in all shapes and
grades, at i'iiiolh that eouiuiand at
toution, Is the
AT 241 80UTH I ITH 8T
TI10 Itetall IIooiiim of
THE PIH COWflH CO.'S
NFAV CUOCKIOUV AND OLAHH
WA UK KS'I'A MulBlIM KNT
Orders for special decorations and tho
replacing of broken pieces belonging to
dinner, tea or toilet sets are solicited.
Amateur decorated china to be fired
and gilded received dally.
Ull SOUTH KL'KVRNTH ST.
LADlliS' AND GHILDRBN'S
Real Estate Loans
On fnrmi In Eaitorn Nebrmkt and linproT4
proportf In Lincoln, for term of jean.
UOWBST CURRENT RATES.
R. E. AND J. MOORE.
Cornrr KloTcnth and O Htraata, Lincola.
J. C. McXETT,
AM) CA1I1NKT MAKi:'..
Doen all kinds of Repairing Promptly.
AH work warranted,
IOH Ho. llth St.
' WmUT TVQ Howtoeconomnetlma.
Y vJVlil O and rnonryioaa to
171 I tho world' fair to beitJ
) ivl Jl. adrnntriKe, li a nu eg-;
thin that ins hart,
puzzled jou. Atold tnistakri br Kettlna'
' iiotti'd In advance, l'erhnpa thnlllustratna.
'folder Jutt Issued by Siiutn Fs Route U;
Iwlmt you lined, Itcnntalns Tlowsof world'a.
; fair bulldltiKS, accurate map of Chicago.;
iainl other lnforma- ,
'tlonotTuluntntisht- Q i TrTI A "PTJl
:iht.. Address K. L. OAIN J A 1? Jl:
Palmer, P. A. Santa )IrPT7 :
We Itouth, Omaha, liU U 1 111. '
and ask for freacopy.
I mm mm ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
FOn THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
II) Mall lliiiiillton, his literar) executor, with
tho ro-operatlou of his fiiuill), and fur Mr
lllaiuo's complete works. "Tweut) Years of
C'oiiKress," and his later book, "Political Dis
cussinus. ' One prospectus for these three Ik'.I
si'llliiK iHioks 111 the markets. A. K. P. Jordan,
of Maine, took ll'J orders from first 110 calls,
agents 1 rollt I llll. .ML .Mrs. Dullard, of Ohio,
imik 15 orders, 1.1 Seal ltussla, in ore day ; protll
H.'4.". V.. N. Uioe, of Massarliiisetts, took 'JT,
orders in two dajs; protit $17. -A. J, Purt
ridK". of Maine, tiuik III orders from Hi) calls,
protll 7.1. ','.1. 1. A. Palmer, of North Dakota
tiuik K) orders In .lda)s. protit 1IH,',',5. Kiclu
sue Torrltor) Kiien, If )ou wish to makii larwo
iiiune). write immediately for terms to
THE HENRY Bill PUB. CO., NORWICH. CONN.
C. E. SPAHR, M. D.
en tot let iimitio to oitixis or thi
t Y E-nd NOSE t AR
(.Laaaca cuRcruuv AOJuaTio,
1215 O STREET LINCOLN. NEB
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