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iiro a'tjrjcay morning oourtor
GAPS, MUFFS, CAPES,
MATS, AND CARRIAGE ROBES.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHINQ IN THI8 LINE, IT WILL
PAY YOU TO CALL AND BEE
If IE Bllf SOUVENIRS!
3 13. T013IvK113l.
V-. M. C. -V. IIiillllni. - Cor. llltliiunlNHlc
ESTRopnlriug ilunu in tlio neatest manner, hatihkaotion (Utakantki:i."'cP3
a i r
1134 0 STREET.
S. E. MOORB.
The Best Holiday Present.
1026 0 STREET.
Will furniBh you 12 Cabinet Photographs at frl por dozen. All
w - worn nnisiieu protnpiiy atui artistically.
1026 O STREET W. .,. PRJ5WITT.
pOUND IT AT bAST.
JUST THE BOOK
1 HAVE BEEN
And several thousand others. I would advise all who would save time to go to
II. W. BROWN'S, 120 SOUTH I ITH 8T
Tli Nohool for tlio Mnnao
U OLD SCHOOL IK II NEW LOGHTIDH
(FORMERLY OP SHENANDOAH, IOWA.)
Baautlful. healthy location, Sl-acrecampni.ataetrle streetcar lino runs directly to campat
without chatiRR. fJJO.OU) in hulltliiiKt, splondfd equipment!, superior accommodations, struts
faculty, experienced mammement, comprehensive cirrlculum, thorough work, high moral ani
Christian lafluencca ami low expenses for students,
DEPARTMENTS AND COURSES.
We have 25 courses. Our music, (Inn art, pen art, dolsnrto, elocutlonury, courses and kinder
garten aad model truliilng schools (for both children and student teachers), arn not equalled It
WMt STREET CAR TRANSFERS
o any part of tho city for all who attend the Western Normal. You can enter ut any tlma aer
Bod luit luch classes uh jou doslrn. Write, or call and see ub.
opting term opons Arll 11, 1SKJ, and continues 10 weeks. Summer term open Juno SO, lt5CJ
and oontinuei 8 woekn. You can enter at any time, however. Catalogues and circulnri free.
WESTERN NORMAL GOLLEGE. LINCOLN. NEB.
WM. M, CROAN, President, or
V. J. KINSLEY, Sec'y and Treat.
Ttwm vrmet 1 f - Br'
Prof. WW ?:',
Soluble ti d'Jii Itu
.V.OSCiX- O TELY
mEm Tredo UtiCy
I.IUM IB2I0 tlwcit MtTIUfd
t K HU 1
i mn wm m
A HUH! CU'ltK
a in, W tl H
a rauicau corc lor
In Younn; and
Middle AKod Mon,
Our offer still holds good to all men who have not had a free trial
package of our remedy, ami who are needing a Hire cure tor physical weak
ness, or who lack vital energy and sexual strength.
We extend Hit) Invitation to till to test our remedy free of
expense save for a postal card or letter stamp which is required when
sending to us for n blank on which to make a statement of case, so that
treatment can he prepared to suit, 'and a stamp for letter returning
blank to us after it is filled. When the statement of case is received
we prepare and send eight days' treatment with full directions and prepay
the postage thereon, thus making the trial absolutely free.
We have supplied these Tree trial of IItOI IIAKIIIS
SOLI HLi: ItIi:ilATi:n PAST.M.I.S continuously
.TRIAL for more than ten years and trust entirely to their effirn
PACKAGE, for our business.
We know there are thousands who could be benefitted bv this treat,
ment and WK IXVIT.', Tlir.M ALL to send us their address by
postal or letter for our blank and circular.
2Cr,:?lt:.'rini:ii that a circular describing 1'rof. Harris' Pabtillc treat
ment and n simple package of the remedy sufficient to last eight
days a!v s- it a'ciuUl) fie to persons 'who have not had samples.
The cost fot c.ntriumg the treatment is only t.oo for one muiitli
5. co foi two iiiinths; 77.1 U for three months ; and 2.oo for each moutu
1 uurt;.- j.o more. We take no less, as the treatment
1 pj.ii, mid is furnished to all at a uniform price.
1 ' c, h; ,.0. t.il tt letter:
, ,Tit HARRIS UfiMEDY CO., ?,!-
. I it Bccmn! Stroot, NEW YORK CITY, N. y!
.i.'l o '.. r
0 ildn "i
i r-vin.' iti 1
I -.COI'I'C . 1 1 1
Till Cot nil 11 is pleased to observe
that tin' I'tiHtoin of forming good resold
tions 011 or bofoio Jniiunt) I lias mil,
not like New Year's calls, fallen into the
state of disuse ho iii'oiriatcly and
euplu'inlslleally characterized in Minim
intntul two winds of (liover Cleveland.
There me men in IhiH city who have
reached the slate of HUpcrlalio good
liens, (their addresses tiro on lllo in this
otlleo), and who really could not imptove
thulr conduct. N'uiiicioiih as this cIiihii
is there are jet some who, as they look
baulc upon the year 181):), now travelling
into tlio past with gicat nipidity, can
seo, hero and there, in the things thoy
Iiiivo done and said, the relleetiou of 11
character not uhiill) ftco fiom hloiiiiHh,
and vvlio lealio that with lliotu fuitlior
improvoinent is still poxsiblo. Those
people, with their weaknesses, nru far
moid intoicsting than the superlatively
good, ami it is with them that wo have
Thoy huso nearly all of tlioin ro
solved to paste down tlio old page so
tight that it can never lie opened up
again, tiiul on Jaiiiiiuy 1, to turn over a
brand new leaf, one that thoy will noviir
feel like pasting down.
NecoHsaiily hoiiio of the resolutions
thathaw) been foiined 1110 of such a
character that the) would not look par
ticularly well In print, and wo have
therefore been compelled to nolect tho
more suitable licit) ami thoio.
(toverniir (Jioiiiiho, tonvoid a disngieo
ablo experience later, has displaced rare
good taste in hit lesoltitiou. lie Iiiih
decided not to be a candidate for re
Tom Cooke has tcHolcd,in his ilccliu
ing years, to quit work. Ho will not,
however, bo rash or ptecipitate in put
ting tlio resolution into practice. At
first ho will work, say, 18 bonis a day,
and in the com ho of h'i.v months ho will
reduce it to - hours a day.
John T. Dorgan, having erected a nest
egg out of the protlts of the coal busi
ness, has resolved, commencing January
1, to present a ton of coal to every one
thousandth patron, providing this one
thousandth pation is deaf and
dumb, and without the use of his eyes
and legs, and sulforing from 11 malady
that will not poimitliiui to earn a living.
Mr. Dorgan says lie can do this and still
eat five or six iiieals a da).
Dan 0. Wing's resolution is very
himplo. lie has resolved to bo good.
Ch lie Greg ) has resolved to bo,
like liertio the Lamb, a devil of a fellah
and wear a iuesantheiium and a debon
air air, and anything else in tin's line that
comes handy. Ho will not hesitate at
smoking cigaiettes if it becomes abso
A. Koeh-Audriano has resolved to
shorten his name and lengthen his stop.
Frank 0. Zehrung will go back to a
resolution ho sprung ten or fifteen years
ago, and try to make it work this time.
Ho will resolve, not to press tho creases
out of his trousers, but to really and
truly fall in love. Developments are
awaited with interest.
Frank Polk has resolved to inako 11
trip around tlio world in seven days,
after taking a brief rest.
W. la. Hardy, having soino leimiroafter
attending to his business and literature
and prison reform and the Chautauqua
work and the V. AI. C A. and somootlier
things, will take tho homo for the friend
less under his wing and quell tho ox-
eitnllimit tllllt lmu nf Illfi.twiLf.roil nr.innfl
' that institution.
Lew Marshall has icsolved not to sing
within the city limits for 0110 ear.
W. V. Kello), having exhausted ever)
other means, bus icsolved to advertise
for a wife. In tho meantime sealed pro
posals will bo icceived at this olllco.
Kd Church and Will Owen Jones have
resolved that Thomas W. Keeno is but
wo cannot say any more about this reso
lution. Stuart Shears, at tho urgent request
of friends, has resolved not to lot his
whiskers sprout again.
Fine now lino of business suitings
from S25 to 8 10 in Scotch and homespuns
Jeckell IlroH., Ill) north Thirteenth
street, near Lansing theatre.
M. L. Trester hoIIh Pennsylvania,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and
Wyoming coals cheap for cash, 1211 0
Whitebrcast Coal and Lime Co.
David P. Sims, dentist rooms 12 and
CI Kurr block.
For California take the Missouri
Paeitic route, via southern route.
M. L. Trester can suit jou on coal if
any dealer in Lincolncan. 1211 O street.
Never order an invitation until )ou
have seen tho samples of tho work lono
by tho new Courier Publishing Co.
HNE PRINTING AND ENGRAVING.
Tho Conner Publishing
company is prepaied to do all
kinds of printing, lino work,
especially, at model ate pi ices;
also engraving, wedding in
vitations, calling cards, etc.,
Cull and see samples.
SaTUIIUAV M01tNl.N0 COLUIKII,
1201 0 street.
Tlio IriiriiHtirc ok lio
Ih IVtxx' 011 l2clilllt loll at tlao
HTER0R DECORIKUKi C0VPMWsS ROOWS,
And xvlll lo Mold 1' tlitiit nt Noitilniil l'rloo. Conic Kstti'iy
lltHl Ni'loot AA.lait yti -wot it t tlaO -will 0 ITi OlcHtr.
" A t 1 I . ll t i. 1 til 1 I
wi coiiiho you me 1101 going 10 101 1 urisilllllH go iiy WIIIIOUI soiuil
appropriaio gut 10 leiutlveM or rrleiulH, ami, or coiiiho
)oii will not fail to visit tho
In tho city to obtain a handsome and tasty gift, whicli, of course, is
our store, brim full of tho newest mid most attractive
lines of Jowolry, Silverware, ote.
,' )ou anything ou may deslio in tho way of Silverware,
Fancy Articles, Kings, Watches, Pins and Jewelry
Novelties, many of them Inexpensive.
lOItn O N'rMICICT, MNCOL.N.
New linn Artlitln ilcsiuns
() 11111I drimiiiUM iiiiiiId specially
firm ' '" '"""" our IiiihIiii'SH. I'.n-I-1
1 1 (VI () uravltius. Ilui'st work, at 111111-
,a"" (i) Iff I, 1)111 runt of Htoiin lltlin-
?'?4JSj Kriiphy. Wo ileal In atrikliiK
. ami eairiiy inr.AM. ir not
iinlte Hiirn what nils you Mant, leave It In us,
Wit wriln and llliistrato ailverliseiuenlH In ail.
tilt ion to makiiiK porlralt ruts, newspaper
Illustrations, letter heads, hnsiness ranis,
rnmin sketrlies, rover iIi'Ihiik, heailluu Mini
eiiKrosseil resoliitiims and uii'inorlal nlliunis
ror scrrel sorlelles
Amerienn Idea, thn American Spirit.
Them: Jlmt, taut, and all the limn, for
THE SUNDAY SUN
IS TUB UKBATEST SUNDAY
NMWSPAl'Klt IN THE WORLD.
Price fie. a copy Hy mail, 12 a your
Dally, by mull, ffl a your
Dally and Sunday, by mall, IB a your
Tho Weekly, - - $1 a yoar
,ililr Tilt: NUN, New York.
Cuts from which "r,(XKJ slriuiK iuipiesslotm
flood ones. loo. Kierv hnsiness mini should
1'riiiter, under city lilirnry; Art Department, Western Normal colleue, l.lncnln, Neh,
ran lie taken at from $1 up, Cheap, aren't they7
sen us. Iluslness olllre Ullli .loon AlcluloMi, tlm
REBEPimS. BflllS, PARTIES. LUNCHEHNS. l
In thU line we thoxo all the New Effects for 1893 which include several new and
and odd diapes together with new faces of script. Call and see
samples, Our work speaks for itself,
WITH AMPLE EXPERIENCE IN THIS PAUTICULAR LINE, WP
ARE ENABLED TO EXECUTE THE MOST
ElegjOLixt; 'Woi.rl: j
At Popular Pricat, at the same time guaranteeing CORIiECR FORMS and
and all the Very Latest Styles,
Special Inducement to Subscribe NOW to
fl.HHulll imyfor the uiitlrn year IhUI, and
jou will recelvu KH1CK from ditto of sulncrlp
t Ion I ho issues of Town Tonics for thu remainder
of tills jiuir, lucludluK I fin special Christmas
number (doiihlu number, prlcu 'a cents), con
tiilniiiK A Marvelous Tale by Ambrose Ulerce,
"Tlo I3aamocl 'ri-alrx(c.
$(1.00, tho ri'nuliir cluh prlro of Town Topic
mill tales from Town Topics for 0110 year, will
Kt you not only Town Topics as aliovo to thn
end of IMM, hut tho four volumes of talec for
that jear and thn holiday number of tales, out
December I, this year, with thu
OltlCAT I'ltl.i: NTOUV,
A Thoroughly Cosmopolitan Novel.
PRICE 60 CENTS.
V Critics aureothut this Is thestroiiKest and
most intensely Interestlm; of this remurkahle
series of I'rlzu Htorles.
Itemlt in check, money order, postal note, to
,'1 West :iil HI., N. V.
N. Il.-lluvn you road AMELIE RIVE8' latost
mid best novel,
TANIS, THR SANG-DIGGER?
I'-'mo, cloth, Kilt, $l.f0 postpaid.
Dr. Iliinuilirrvs' Murrlllrs arasclcntincallrand
carefully pn-iun lU-uutllrs, umi! for years In
private practice and for over thirty yeari by tba
Iiropln with entire ucciim. Kvery Inlo Bpcdflo
a special cure for tlio illsease tiameil.
They cure wltlioiit dniKKliiK. jiuruliiK or rrdudnc
tho system ami nru In fact and deed Ibu Hot rreln
Itcuirdlrs or llic Uorld.
so. evs . rsiest.
1 FeTora, Congntloiia, Inflatmnatlonf., .'J5
U Warms. Worm Fever, Wonn Collo &
3 Trelhlugi Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .38
4-Olirrheu, of Children or Adulu 33
7-CouiiUs, Colds, IlruncliltU J15
H-Neurnlula, Tisithuche, Kareaclie,.,,,. ,35
B-Ilciiiliielirs, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .38
10-l))peisln. llllloiuueM.Coiutlpatlun. .38
1 1-Huiiri'Nsel or l'lilnful 1'rrloda.. .38
I'J-Whltex, IooI'kiJum) 1'erloiU 38
13-C'ruup, l.nryngllla. Hoarseness 38
M-Hult Itheum. Kr)tlielas,Eruptloua.. .38
13-ltheuiniillsiii, Hhcumatlo Pains 38
lU-AInlnrln. Chills, Fever and Ague .38
lO-f.'nlnrrb, Inltiienia, Cold In tho Head. .38
37-Kldncy Diseases .38
UN-Nervous Debility 1.0(t
.'lO-ilrlniirj- WrnknrM, Wetting lied . .38
IIUMIUIKKYH' WITCH HA.KIi OII,
' Tho 1'lle Olnliiienl."-Trlal hire. 25 CU.
Sold tr Prnfil.u, or nl Mt.i4 en rrtrt of risa.
Ds. HimpHlKII' tl.MU.L (U P'f ') MiltBD VBKB.
uuariiiiKis'Biiu.to., lira iiiniuua8i.,iiwTtu.
Buy a Watch?
If so, buy one that cannot be stolen. The
only tbief.proof Watches are those with
tie mm Publishing cohii
felcnU OirdoraB Solloitod.
11S4 0 StrMf
Here's the idea:
Ths bow ha a groove
ontachend. A collar
..l!i '.. I tuna down insid th
vWH YlkS pndnt (stem) and
Hif fit Into th groov,
-fV-V. firmly locking th.
j bow to tb pndntJ
' 0t 1 '.1, 1 'l! o ina 11 cannot Di
iv 1 'TSc pullad or twitted of
To be sure of getting a Non-pull-out, se
the case is stamped with this trade mark,
it cannot be had with any other kind
kind postal tor watch cist optntb
lamout nasi rlllta vast aaatrj