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TM-IJtt SATURDAY MORNTIG COURIER
m ii us
McChiro'n Mnrnlno for liiiiunry l iw
nttnintivn in illustration iih in wmling
mutter, and what llrpt strikes ono In
KliinciiiK tliroHKh It Is tlm nptiililo
wealth of iortrallM. Ono of larkiiimi
tho historian, wirvi'H as frnntiflplrco; and
in the "llninan Dioiiiiionts"iiomrtim)nl
(which, by tho way, ttlmti'S nono of IIh
interest ami novolty),aro others of Park
man, iih well uk ii norleHof Hitler HiiKKnnl
the novellut, anil a stales of tho eminent
French h)siuliiu anil scientist, Charcot.
Tim arttolo likeliest Ln llrst hiiImj tho
render's attention Ih (Jy Wurman's vivid
ileHurlitlon of tho rlilo ho took on tho
onulneMof tho "ExHsltlon Fljor" from
New York to CIiIciik. For twenty
hotirH, anil through nearly u thousand
miles, without Bleep or icHt.Mr. War
man, liiniBolf an old engineer, kept IiIb
place in tho "cab," and took noto of all
that wiib dono in "keeping them going"
at a Bpeed attained by no other train In
tho world. Scarcely lesH thrilling than
tho account of thin unparalleled jour
ney, though, aro hoiiio of tho proiulBCH of
progress recorded in a BorleH of prcdiu
tloiiH contributed by Professor Huxley,
Max Mullor, Professor K.J. llouBton,
ArchbiHliop Ireland and other Amorl
caiiBanil Europeans of Bpeclal authority
in religion, science and literature. A
ntudy of Jules Verne at homo, largely
autobiographical, a biographical and
critical Btudy of Francis I'arkman, and
an account of tho Maxim air-Bhlp, tho
newest and most promlBing appliance
for aorial navigation, aro also notable
artiuleB. W. I). HowoIIb, G. W. Cable,
Elizabeth Stuart PholpH, Professor Tyn
dull and others contributo a series of
retloctloiifl and mottoes suggested by tho
now year. Tho short Htoriesof tho num
ber aro by Gilbert Parker, Mrs. Louise
Chandler Moulton and I. Zangwlll.
Wo tu'co great pleasure in announcing
tho publication of a work Interesting
and valuablo tn all. "Neoly's History of
tho Parllamont of Religions and ltollg
ioufl Congresses at tho Columbian Ex
position." Issued completo in ono largo
volunio of about 1,000 pages. A careful
compilation of tho proceedings at once
a fascinating Btory and a book of unl
versal'valuo. A nnrrativo of tho grand
est achievement in rmxlern religious
history, Tho book contains biographical
sketches of Dr. John Henry Harrows
and President 0. 0. Bonnoyj origin of
tho parliament of religions; proceedings
of tho meetings of tho parliament;
speeches delivered and papers road at
tho various sessions; tho beliefs of the
various religious denominations; opin
ions of omlnpnt divines; intluonco of the
parliament upon tho religious thought
of tho world; a condensed report of the
proceedings of tho religious congresses.
Many full-pago illustrations with por
traits of many of tho speakers and for
'elgn delegates. Published by F. T.
Neely, Chicago, Price: Cloth.H5.50j full
snoop, 94.00. Agents wanted.
Tho short days and long nights of
winter givo tho Atlantic Monthly quite
suftlclont reason for making tho Januarj
number particularly strong in its llctlon.
Mrs. Deland's new novel, "Philip and His
Wife,'' opens with the greatest promise
of interest. The heroine ot Miss JewettV
story, "The Only Bote," has been mar
ried three times, but it is not through
the treatment of any "question" that the.
story Js delightful. Humor and
sympathy and skill give is a high place
in Miss Jewetfs beat work. "Wolfe's
Cove," by Mrs. Catherwood, a story of
the taking ot Quebec, and tho continua
tion ot Charles Egbert Craddock'a "His
Vanished Star," supplying the rest ot
the fiction. Captain A. T. Mahan, the
well known naval writer, contributes a
careful study ot the career ot Admiral
Earl Howe. A hero nearer our own da)
is General S. C. Armstrong, .of tho
Hampton inBtituto. Th'o Rev. J. II.
Donison, his classmate at Williams col
lege and his lifelong friend, tells, with
appreciation ot a rare charactor, tho
story ot General Armstrong's life. Miss
Edith M. Thomas appears in yet an
othor ot her delightful studies ot nature,
"From Winter" Solitico to Vernal Equl
nox," and shows tho poet's hand both in
the verso and in the proso of which tho
paper ls"mado up. Ot uncommon inter
est to studentsot literary history aro ten
lottors, hitherto unpublished, from Colo
rldgo to Southey.and "Down to Towor'd
'Camolot," a "Talk at a Couutry Houso,"
by Sir Edward Strachoy, himself tho
editor of tho Globo edition ot Sir
Thomas Malory's Morto I'Arthur, with
which tho' "Talk" is concorned. Pro-
lessor Shaler says another word for the
colleges in his "Transmission of Learn
ing Through the University." The two
poems ot the number are ot unusual
charm, and one of the'book reviews, on
"Lowell. Brooks and Gray in their Let
ters," has especial contemporary interest.
II GIRL WIT WE.
In Oklahoma City, I. T., there is a
most extraordinary young lady, who
illustrates true American grit better
than anybody that we have heard ot for
owe Maw, ,TShe is Miss Ada Curuutt,
and she m ckrk of the district court and
also a deputy United States marshal.
The other day she got a telegram from
United States marshal stating that
two well-known despcrato chnriictora
who were badly wanted woro at Okla
homa City, nnd to Bond an experienced
doputy thoro at onco to arrest them.
As It happenod all ot tho deputies wero
at that tlmo out on the "scout" with
warrants, but tho men must bo arrested,
and t'-o plucky llltlo woman took tho
train herself to Oklahoma City. Arriv
ing them she learned that tho men wero
In a gambling houso and saloon. Miss
Curnutt is a slender woman about
twenty yours of age, .well dressed,
modest, but with determined-looking
gray ojes and unllinclilng courage,
Bho found tho toughs, who wero des
perato looking creatures heavily armed
and very much under the Inlluoncn of
liquor, read tho warrants and placed
them under arrest. Tho totigha con
sidered it quite, a joke at llrst and re
fused to accompany her. Hut although
flho was entirely unarmed, in a locality
whero tho only thing that commands
thorough respect is tho Winchester and
tho revolver, sho told them that they
must go with her and that sho could
instantly summon every man on the
stieel iih her posseman to assist her.
Tho men a Lnved her to fusion
thorn together with hiiudculTH. Bho
marched them to tho railway station,
took them to Guthrie and turned them
over to tho authorities. Miss Curnutt
wont to Oklahoma very shortly after
the country was opened to settlement
with her sister and brother-in-law, and
her ability noon won her u placo in the
court clerk's ofllco. She known nor
curcH nothing for politics, but sho un
derstands her business and sticks to it.
Sho is tho daughter ot a Methodist
clorgymau nnd wuh born in Illinois.
Sho dovotes most of her sparo tlmo to
I hoar that tho frock coat him re
ceived a severe blow In England and
that the cutaway, with longer tall, and
in grays and drubs, bus been seen ut
afternoon functions. This is hard to
beliovo, but it Ih important It true. Tho
cutaway, or morning coat, Is a very
comfnrtablo garment and ono which Is
oxtromoly serviceable With tho ad
vent or rather revival ot tho cutaway,
comes tho adoption of tho tio ovor tho
four in -hand scarf. Men also wear
colored shirts with whito collars much
moro generally than formerly and I
know many well-dresecd men who woar
them at afternoon functions. In fact,
Englishmen aro dovotod to tho colored
shirt. I think myself that it varies tho
monotony ot a man's dress nnd gives a
bit of color to sober apparel.
Notwithstanding tho effort to intro
duce tho paddock coat, with long skirts
and volvot cJlur and cuffs, tho over
coat worn by tho smartest mon is tho
melton, dark bluo or black, with simple
velvet collar. Tho skirts como only a
littlo below tho knoo, nnd thoro is no
attempt at oxuggoration. As for tho
frock coat, I Bhould bo sorry to boo it
go. It is to mn a very distinguo and
useful garment. A man always lcuks
well dressed in a frock coat, whorcus
tho cutaway or morning coat gives
him, nolens volens, a slouchy and un
kempt appearance I am partial to tho
sack in the morning it is comfortablo
and becoming. It has tho laisor alter
air about it, which makes tho charm ot
a morning coat. Voguo.
1 VOGUE III JEWELS.
Turquoises and diamonds havo be
como tho vogue in jewels, sinco tho
daughter of tho-Duko of Edinburgh,
now Crown Princess of Roumanin, has
decreed that this combination is the
prettiest imaginable. It is ono that has
been growing in favor with the smart
est pooplo since tho marriage of Prin
cess Louise ot Wales, but in tho Grown
Princess of Roumania's case there is
anothor and personal reason also, an
Intensely womanly one, for this pro
foronco namely: tho turquoise is ex
quisitely becoming to tho seventeen-
yoar-old royal brido's pretty pink and
whito complexion, her bright, wavy, fair
hair, and her blue eyes. Tho tiara,
necklet, and orringa given to her by her
father aro most exquisite, and thoro is
one ot her evening gowns with which
they will look qulto perfect. Tho
emeralds in tho queen's present, a very
beautifully-designed pendant, aro ot
wonderful beauty, but sapphires and
turquoises aro tho jowols most suited to
a fair girl. EmeraldB and rubies look
superb on brunottes, and of course all
must bo sot with diamonds to secure'
effect. Fronch and Russian women aro
having broad flat bands of turquoises
mounted as collars and belts, which
look extremely pretty, and the soft, vel
vety blue gems are also used for shoe
buckles, garter fasteners, and even
To purify, vitalize and enrich the blocd,
and givo nerve, bodily and digestive
strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Continue the medicine after overy meal
for a month or two and you will feel
"like a new man.1' The merit of Hood's
Sarsaparilla is proven by its thousands
of wonderful cures. Why don't you try
Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co.
Tub Couitir.it can furnish pleasant
and profitable outside employment to
one or two young men or women,
Corbett has been intorviowd by n ro
portor of a Florida paper and this ninco
Ills arrival in tho land of bruugcH. Tho
reporter asked Corbett: "What do you
think ut Mitchell as n ilghtcrr" and
Corbett replied without hesitation: "I
don't beliovo ho will stand up to be
knocked out. I believe my advantages,
however, of four Inches in roach and
four yours In ago will win the light for
me. In addition to this I can out-wind
"Weren't you a littlo bit afraid of
Sullivan when you faced him in Now
"No; It I had been I wouldn't havo
fought him. I felt of him for a few
rounds to llnd his mciipuro mid some ot
his friends begun to hiss mo. 1 know
after tho llrst round that 1 bad him
beaten. Ii. tho fourth round I gave
him u fearful rap in his wind and ho
called to mo not to taku any unfair ad
vantage of him. I replied, 'I don't havo
to, 1'vo got you whipped now.' Sulli
van In a bravo man, ho took a tremen
dous lot of punishment. I only felt one
of his blows and that was tho ono in my
side. I wanted to finish him early in
tho light, but Dolaney would not allow
it and cautioned mo to tight carefully
and take my time. I saw tho whito of
hlseyes several times in tho light, they
looked glassy and death like."
"Didn't you feel a littlo sympathy for
tho old gladiator when exhaustion
overcame him and his arms dropped to
his side and you deulth him that awful
smash tollnish him?"
"Oh, of course, but there was too
much depending on it to hesitate."
"Prize lighting like ull other sciences
"Thoro aro now things in electric
lights, phonograph and all that. Tho
lighter ot today Ih far superior to tho
tighter ten or oven ilvo yours ago."
"Ono of Sullivan's upper cutH would
havo put mo to sleep, but I easily saw
ull ot them coming in tlmo to avoid
them., Speaking ot being afraid, I was
not frightened but just that nervous
tension which makes tho raco horse fret
at tho polo expresses what I felt at tho
s'urt ot tho light."
"Do I smoko during my training?
Why, yes, modorutoly. I tuko a good
cigar utter meals. I novor found it to
injure my mind."
"No I don't drink except u glass ot
clarot or possibly a littlo chumpugno ut
When 1 am out ot training I occasion
ally drink but I novor lush."
Ono day as I sat in tho door ot a
Kentucky mountuin town, which was
ulso u postofllco, u long, gangling youth
ot twenty-two or twenty- threo camo in.
Tho town of 2,000 was u great city to
him, and ho was ono of tho most vor
dunt vurioty of yap.
"Is this tho postofllco, mister?" ho
askod of tho postmaster.
"Yes, sir," wus tho polite response
"Is thur a lottor hero for Miss Liz
Smith that I writ from Short Hun lust
Tho postmaster looked over tho list
but found no lottor.
"Shore thar ain't nono?" ho askod
"Is thar any other postofllco in town?"
"Two moro," responded tho post
master, who was catching on, and the
young man wont out to look for them.
In halt an hour ho returnod.
"Say, mister,' ho said sheepishly, as
tho postmuster appeared, "I made a
mistake. Her name ain't Smith, it's
Gipson; my na'mo is Smith und I got
kinder tungled up, novor boln' in town
much. Is thar a letter for Miss Liz
The postmaster looked over tho Gs,
but thoro was no letter.
"Well, mister, I'm oblocgod to yor,"
said tho caller. "I writ her a lottor
t'other duy suyin' as how I'd bo comin'
up to sco her sho lives over on Cross
Crick ami I reckoned I'd just tako tho
letter along with mo. Good. by o," and
he went out without showing in any
way thut ho wusn't doing tho thing just
as it should bo dono.
OF IHIERESI 10 HER.
I used to think tho luxuries of lifo
cost moro than tho necessities, and
always subscribo heartily to Dr.
Holmes's immortal sentiment, "Givo us
tho luxuries ot lifo, and wo will dispense
with tho necessities," but I am begin
ning to doubt tho truth of my belief,
remarks a contributor to a New York
society journal. Certainly flowers aro
luxuries, and food is a necessity, ulso
the times ut present aro very hard, but
I find at many ot the wedding and re
ception feusls that I have attended this
season luxury in tho way of flowers was
evivent, while necessity in tho way of
food -wus decidedly in tho vocative
After all, porhaps tho luxury ot tho
floral displuy on theso occasions was
moro uppurent than real, for if there
wero a good many flowers there was In
proportion much grconory, and greenery
Is not expensive
I linvo been told of a most effective
nnd unusual trcutmont of chrysanthe
mums which was seen on a dinner
tablo a few days ago. Tho blooms woro
of tho anemone kind, which aro lighter
looking and moro easily adapted to un
artistic table decoration than tho larger
and fullor varieties. Tho (lowers wero
arranged in fun-llko shapes in quaint
blue nankin china vases. Largo funs,
in rather high ones, for tho center, and
Atnnllor ouch round at intervals.
Farloyouso'forn was used nB a back
ground, und a fow sprays woro loft care
lessly drooping from tho funs, taking
away ull appearances ot stiffness. On
the center pieco, which wub richly
worked in gold cord und heavy gold
cmbroldory, mimic funs of fern woro
scattered about. Tho candlo shudes,
too, woro fun sliapo, nnd mado of gold
network with sprays of tho fern at
tached by Invisible wire
Tho vurioty of ways to nrrango these
Dowers is almost inoxhaustiblo. They
uro ut their best grouped in bold masses.
I mean tho deep bronzes and yellows
together, tho whites in tho sovoral tints,
tho brilliant reds, which shado down
Into tho palest pinks and rich crimsons.
Thoy scorn to blond moro happily with
tho quaint bowls and jars thut como
from tho cast, with their littlo odd
HgurcH und eccentric scenes; porhaps
it 1b because they both origlnuto there,
cortuin it Ih that this season tho great
bowls of nankin bluo china nnd Japan
ese vases thut have boon banished for
some years, uro again in ovldonco, nnd
always filled with a mass of these
Tho promptness with which Ayor's
Chorry Pectoral slops a hacking cough
und induces refreshing sloop Is some
thing marvelous. It novor falls to givo
Instant relief, oven in tho worst cases of
throat und lung troublo, and is tho best
romedy for whooping cough.
Fino now lino of business suitings
from 925 to 8-10 in Scotch nnd homespuns
Jcckoll Bros., 119 north Thirteenth
Htreet, near Lansing theatre
Jeclcell Bros. Tailors, 110 north Thir
David P. Sims, dentist rooms 42 and
13 Nurr block.
Chuod City nnd Rock Springs coal
nictly screened at Lincoln Coal com
pany. Tho noxt excursion for Toxas loaves
Lincoln January 0 via Missouri Pacific.
Got ready und tako a trip to tho south.
City tickot oftlcol201 O strcot.
Ono of tho duintiost ot tho now ,ycnr
culandors is that issued by tho proprie
tors of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It will fully
satisfy every expectation us to beauty
und utility. "Sweot Sixteen" is tho
hend of a beautiful girl, tho lovely picturo
being lithographed in many delicuto
colors. Tho pud harmonizes with tho
oxquisito array ot color abovo, while tho
dates aro easily read. Hood's calendar
may bo obtained of your druggist or by
Bonding 0 conts in stamps for ono or 10
centB for two, to O. I. Pood & Co.,
For Toxus points tako tho Missouri
Pacific route City tickot ofllco 1201 O,
For all social doings tho Nebraska
stato bund or orchestra is what is
always most desired.
WORLD'8 FAIR JURY.
Grants Highest Award to Dr. Price's
Cream Halting- Powder.
Ciiioaoo, Jan. 4. On the analysis
and recommendation ot Dr. Wiloy,
Chief United States Government
Chomlst at Washington, and greatest
living authority on food products, tho
world's fair jury today gave tho highest
uward to Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powdor for strength, purity and ex
cellence This conclusively settles tho
question of superiority. Dr. Wiley ro
jectod tho alum powders, stating to tho
world's fair jury that ho considered
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