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The Courier can 11k ViiuimI at
Hotel Lincoln Nowh Stand.
Windsor Hotel Nowh Stand.
Copltal Hotel Nowh Stnml.
1U)J Dudo Cigar Store, 1090 O St.
Kil. Young, 1207 O St.
Clnson, Flolchor A Co., 1120 O St.
Mtxiro's Nowh Stnml, 118 Si). 11th St.
Counir.it Office, 1134 N St.
Archie Enslgn,217 So 11th St.
Thoro ifl, unquestionably, it foolinpr In
several counties In this congressional
illRtrlct decidedly unfnvornblo to tho
nomination ot it congressional citndidnto
from Lancaster county, and tho itrgu
mont is freely used thnt thoro are n groat
mnny candidates In Lincoln, and that
thoro in bo much discord that no Lan
caster county mam It nominated, would
rocoivo tho full voto of his own county.
Thoro la vory llttlo nenao In thoao itrgu
montR. Any republican from Lancast
er county who might bo mndo tho
party's candidato would bo enthusias
tically supported by tho party in this
county; but it might bo well to silence
those statements, if Lancaster really
desires to name tho candidate. At loast
one county has Its recognisod candidato,
and as the congressional fight will as
sumo definite form early this year, It
might bo woll 'for Lancaster to sottlo
tho question as to who will bo its candi
date, so as to bo ablo to present an en
tirely harmonious front.
Tiirhr Is a peculiar cnmulatlvo quality
In Mosher's stealings. A year ago the
amount was only about 1300,000; now it
la 12,000,000, with some precincts yot to
TmcKKwasno yearning demand on
the part ot the public, for tho appoint
moot of O. P. Dlngea to succeed Mr.
Hicks m chairman of the board of pub
lic works, and the city council did the
proper thing In turning down tho may
Ir the Haish school for manual train
ing la rebuilt, and the Indications are
that it will be, the trustees will probably
see that It k properly insured. It Is not
a farorable commentary on tho business
sagacity ot the trustees that the old
building, recently destroyed, waa not
It gives us particular pleasure to rec
ord the opinion ot the Nebraska City
Press that "there are reasons to be
lieve that wars are still a possibility."
The Press is a craay newspaper; but en
joying the patronage of Major J. O.
Wateon, it la in close and intlraato rela
tion with the military, and ita opinions
oa military subjects are entitled to great
weight. There is only one Press and
there is only one Pete Brown, and the
latter will never be duplicated. Nebras
ka City ought to appreciate them while
she has them
CATHOLICS) IN CHICAGO.
Considerable surprise has been felt
aaaeag certain portions of the Chicago
democracy at President Cleveland's ap
parent predilection for Catholics. It
has teen pointed out that it is somewhat
remarkable that a man who is the son ot
a Protestant minister, who has two broth
era who are Protestant ministers, and who
is himself at least aftltular member ot the
Presbyterian church, should have such
a strong leaning toward the Catholics.
The president's appointee for postmaster,
Hesing, isa Catholic, and tho two most
prominent candidates tor appointment
ot collector ot the port and United States
marshal, Martin J. Russell and Frank J.
Lawler, are Catholics. Theso men are
being opposed, on account of their re
ligious affiliations. It may bo Interest
ing to note in this connection, that in
Chicago the Catholics already have pos
ession ot the office of the mayor, chief ot
police, chief ot the Are department,
state's attorney, postmaster, clerk ot the
circuit court, clerk of the probate court,
clerk of the superior court, a number ot
the judges, forty-four ot the sixty-eight
aldermen, and it is alleged that ninety
per cent ot the police force, eighty per
ecnt ot the members ot the Are depart
ment, and sixty-seven per cent of the
school teachers are Catholics.
LOCATION OF THK HIGH SCHOOL,
Tbe question as to whether the new
high school building shall be erected in
the center of the square or at one side,
.ill autter ot some importance, inas-
$ mueh aathe high school square is in the
'central part of tbe city, and tbe ques
tion ot appearance is, naturally, an im
i Mr. Lew is sUUs that the old building,
It properly moved, ought to last for
thirty or forty yWs. And the propo-
altlon to remove the building Includes a
guaranty thnt tho Btrucluro will not lo
damaged. ThkCouihku Isof tho opin
ion that It Ir Worth 10,000 to do tho
work, and wo bellovo tho old building
nhotild lo moved, so that tho' now struc
ture can bo erected In tho moat aultnblo
and nightly manner.
Tho new building will cost in tho
neighborhood of SOO.OOO, and it will bo a
handsome pleco of architecture. In tho
contor of tho square It will bo an ornn
mont to tho city.
Tho two buildlngfl will alTord much
needed reliof, and it Ih a uinttor of con
gratulation thnt tho improvement Ih to
Put tho now building In tho center of
tho square, whore It projwrly belongs, by
all moans. -
Mil. Mkiki.woiin and Mr. Hnlnor and
Mr. Mercer nro not making so much
iioIbo at tho national capital ns boiiio
other coplo; but they nro doing faith
ful work for tholr coiiRtituontH. Thoro
Ih other work to bo dnno besldos carry
ing brother congressmen on thoir should
ors in tho houso of roprosontativoR, and
similar boy's piny, nnd currying on a use
less legal light against tho isauanco ot
United States bonds, nnd Mossrs. Moi
klejohn, Morcor nnd Hnlnor can woll nf
ford to lonvo tho spoctnculnr business to
Congressmnn llryun nnd Sonntor Allen,
while they pursuo a more useful nnd
Ipsa Bonsntlonnl policy.
Church, ot tho
hitfl Bomo flno
Church has on-
donvarod to pre
sent tho strongest nttrnctlons possiblo
during tho winter, and his enterprise 1b
dosorvlng of tho most cordial support of
Lincoln pcoplo. Tho attendance is much
bettor now than n couplo ot montliH ago,
and tho theater will probably do it most
profitable business from this tlmo on,
Tho Kondals Bnd "Spldor ind Fly,"
como noxt week. On tho 12th and 13th,
Hanlon's "Fantasma," will bo prosontod,
on the 14th "Midnight Alarm," on tho
10th and 17th,"Elght Bolls;" then comes
Frederick Paulding and Maida Cragon
for two nights. "Old Kentucky," Julia
Marlowo, probably in "As Vou Like It;"
"The Ensign." Lewis Morrison in "Rich
elieu," W. II. Crane, Alexander Salvlni,
and Richard Mansfield, etc., etc.
Barlow Brother's minstrels gavo an en
tertaining minstrel performance at the
Lansing theater Tuesday night, to a
small but appreciative audience. Thia
company contains somo good specialty
foaturos. Master Porcy Williams, tho
seven -year old child, rondorod an enjoy
able soprano solo. Tho Barlow brothers,
Scoflold, tho Morrlssoy brothers, Mark
ham Berry, and the Kennard brothers,
appeared in amusing specialties. The
contortionist was a strong foature ot tho
exhibition. Tho musical numbers wore
A I Field's minstrels wore introduced
to Lincoln two years ago at tho Lansing.
Last year they appeared at the Funke.
On bcth occasions they created a most
favorable impression. Wednesday night
at the Lansing they gavo a performance
that fully sustains their reputation
This company is ono of the best minstre
organixationa on the road. There were
brilliant spectacular effects, bright songs
rendered by good voices, and effective
Mr. and Mrs. Kendal, the English art
tkts, and their London company will
make their first appearunco in thia city
next Tuesday night at the Lansing the
atre, when they will appear in "The
Ironmaster." They are probably tho
most gifted ot English comedians, be
sides having a recognized social standing
at home. In America they have been
scarcely less successful than abroad,
and at once took rank among the fore
most artists. For over ten years tho
Kendala have boon associated In the
management and stage performances
of the St. James theater, London, which
they have conducted in a most success
ful manner. Mrs. Kendal's beginning
on tbe stago dates from nor infancy, sb
sho mado her first appearance when but
four years ot ago, and Mr. Kendal has
boon before the footlights nearly all his
life, Mrs. Kondal waa Miss Madge Rob
ertson, and ahe is a sister to Tom Rob
ertcon, the well-known English author.
The great success ot both artists, how
ever, dates trom their marriage, since
which time their career has been one of
almost unbroken success. Mr, Kendal
ia a man ot good manner and handsome
appearace, which go far toward making
a good impression on the audienco before
it has seen his acting, "Art. when ap
plied to acting, cannot go tar unless two
letters are added, but art and heart com
bined, go far indeed," aays Mrs, Kendal.
"The one without the other, putting
which you liko first, must falter and
stop, but put together in double harness
they must win the race. Art alone ia
tine sometimes, but add the two letters
and it becomes great." The words ot
Mrs. Kendal are characteristic of the
woman, and her-ideas ot the "secret ot
in acting' are respected by the
mont eminent ineinberR of the pretention.
Sho at once Imprrsacfl one an it womnn
of lino intellect, refined method and in
coin iiiiiikI of large rt-HOiirecH. Tho audi
ence fcclA that mi nrtint In before It the
moment rIio appears on tho stage. "Her
nrt concenlfl her art." There Ih no air of
consclotiH (Icllberntion, nnd nil tho ef-j
foctB nro produced In tho stylo nnd by
tho methods thnt Htitmp her a finished
nrtint. Sho In it thorough nrtint in every
Ronno of tho word; nil tho powers of ox
prenslon, tho volco, gesture and look nro
obedient to her command. Sho Ih it per
Honnl friend of tho queen, and numbora
among her adtnlrern ami f rlonds mnny of
tho mont oxclunivo of English peerago
"Tho Ironmaster" in regardod as one of
tho Htrongcnt In the Kendal repertoire.
M. 1). Louvltt'H "Spldor mid Fly," an
olnbornto spectacular oxtrnvngnnzit, will
bo presented at tho Lansing theatre
Thursday, February 8. Fully half it
hundred people will assist In tho per
formance, nnd tho production will bo en
hanced by now scenery and effects.
"Spldor and Fly" Ir one of tho mont tit-
tractlvo ot its class, and for sovorul sea
Bona it hits onjoyed unvarying prosperi
ty. It Is ono of tho few bIiowb that has
mado big monoy this soason. Tho com
pany comprises n numbor of very clovor
peoplo nnd n satisfactory performanco is
assured. Tho salo of neatn for "Spldor
and Fly" goon on Tuesday.
"Itoyal Baby" Pert Wlae.
If tou are reduced in vitality or strength
by illness or any other cause, we recora
end the use of this Old Port Wine, the
very blood of the grape. A grand tonic
for nursing mothers, and those reduced
ey wasting aiasase. it creates sirengin ;
improves the appetite ; nature's own rem
edy. much preferable to drugs; guaran
teed absolutely pure and 'over five years
of age. Young wine ordinarily sold is not
fit to use. Insut on having this standard
brand. Ucoitsnoraore. 91 In quart bottles,
pints 00 cts. Royal Wine Co. For salo by
J, H. IIARLRY,
11th and O Sts.
For Texan points tako tho Missouri
Pacific route. City tickot olllco 1201 O
Whitobreost Coal and Limo Co.
Wfion you want prompt Borvico and
fair treatment and tho Boloction from
the largest stock of groceries in Lincoln
call on W. A. Coffin & Co., successors to
J. Miller, 113 South Eleventh street.
See that your tickets read via the
Missouri Pacific route to tho Mid-Win-tor
fair at San Francisco, Cal. City
tickot office 1201 O street, Lincoln.Nob.
Tourists rates to Florida via tho Mis
souri Pacific route on salo now. City
ticket office 1201 O street, Llncoln.Neb.
Canon City coal at tho Whitobreost
Coal and Lime Co.
For St. Louis tako the Missouri
Pacific route. City ticket offico 1201 O
Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and
Rock Springs coal at tho Whltebreast.
For California take tho Missouri
Pacific route, via Bouthorh route.
Canoa City and Rock Springs coal
nicely screened at Lincoln Coal com
pany. HOOD'S PILLS may be had by mail
for 25 cents, of O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell,
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the' Standard.
Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but
Who now resides In Honolulu, writes i "For
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, OEI8THART, ATTOBNIV.
Hatch, first ronl nnmo un-
To A. A.
Hatch, his wifo, first
real nnmo unknown, non-resident
You, nnd each ot you, are
hereby notified thnt on No
vember 27, 1893, Delia B. Motcalf, an
plaintiff, began an action against you
and other defendants in tho Di itrict
Court of Lancaster county.Nobraska.tho
object ot which is to forecloso a certain
mortgngo oh tho following Innd in Bald
county, td-wit: Lot number two (2) in
block four (4) in Gibbons addition to
Lincoln, mndo by Ernstus M. Wheeler
nnd Mnriu N. Wheolor, dated Mnrch 4,
1880, to nccuro tho pnymont ot u promis
sory note of said Erustus M. Whoolcr to
said Delia B. Motcalf, for 8450 on which
thoro 1b now duo $540, with Interest
from January 1, 1892, at 10 per cont per
annum pursuant to coupons.
Plaintiff prnvs for docroo of foreclos
ure und salo of said lnnd to satisfy said
loins ns aforesaid, for deficiency judg
ment and gonornl relief.
You are required to unswor plaintiff's
petition on or before tho 20th day ot
Dkma B. Mktoalk, Plaintiff,
By S. L. Gelsthurdt, Attorney.
POUND & BURR, ATTORNEY8,
To John II. C. Moyor und Anna F.
Moyor his wifo, and to William H.
Morris and. to-
Morris his wife.
tirst numo unknown, uotondants.
You and each of you will tako notice
that on tho 12th day of January 1894;
Alqxundor Ledoror and Moscb Strauss,
partners doing business under the firm
namo and stylo ot Loderer & Strauss,
Elnintlils, tiled thoir petition in the
Mstrict Court of Lancaster County, Ne
braska, ugulnst you, sold defendants, tho
objoct ana prayer of which is to foreclose
a cortain mortgngo oxocuted by tho de
fendants John II. C. Meyer and Anna F.
Mover, his wifo, to said pluintitTs, Loder
er & Strauss, upon tho following des
cribed promises situated in Lancaster
County, Nebraska. To wit: lot twenty
ono (21) in block ono (1) in Knob Hill
addition to Lincoln, Nebraska, accord
ing to tho recorded pint thereof, to se
cure tho payment of a certain promis
sory note dated tho 2Gth day of August
1890, for tho sum ot 9350, given by said
John H. O. Meyor and Anna F.Meyer to
said Lederer & Strauss and duo and pay
ablo on tho 20th day of August 1893;
that thoro is now duo upon Bald noto
and mortgago the sum of 9350, with in
terest thereon from tho 20th day of Feb
ruary 1893, at tho rate of ton per cent
per annum for which su mjwith interest as
aforesaid, tho plaintiffs pray for a decree
that tho defendants John H. C. Meyer
and Anna F. Meyer be required to pay
the same and that Bald promises may be
sold to satiety tho amount found duo;
and that tho defendants William H.
Morris and Morris, his wife, may
be adjudged and decreed to havo no
right, titlo or interest in or to said prem
ises and that they may bo oxcludou from
any interest therein.
You nro required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 26th day of Febru
and Mohkh Stkauhs,
By Pound & Burnt, thoir Attorneys.
On the open piano the cat
yAmf is i
sings, for her system is padded with violin strings.
Cats are tough, and they'll stand a whole lot of bad
usage. Boys with any life in them give clothing dard
We make boy s clothing up tough; sew 'em double with silk
thread, and guarantee them to stand rough treatment. They're In
style too. Children's department second floor.
13 Itetnll more.
Found it at Isast.
JUST THE BOOK
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AM several thousand others. I would advise all who would save time to gt to
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Choice of entiro lot of Fancy
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Brand "Fruit ot the Loom"
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Slightly damaged, Slightly soiled,
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15c, 20c and 25c. '
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Brocaded Silku, fancy woavos run
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at tho unheard of price,
Big drive, Never before offered at such
prices in the history of the dry goods
An immenso lino of Fine Satin. Our
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to 91.25 yard, at
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ran the scale as she gaily
time with the wag of her
The sound brought the mis
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the cat left the keys on the end of
a broom. On the. railroad they
tied her tight down to the track,
the train cut the rope and the
came back. Now out on
housetop she plays as she
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Extra good value.
Full bleached Irish Linen Table Dam
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Ladies' Black Ribbed Vests, 25c.
Ladies' White Merino Vests, 37Jc.
Children's Union Suits, $1-15.
Ladies' and Children's Wool Hose 25c.
Ladies' Black Cotton Hobo, 7c pair. '
Turkey red Tablo Datnusk, extra heavy.
Red and White all wool Flannol,
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Saxony Yarns at 5c
Zephyrs, Bear Brand 2ic
BeBt Dress Braids .
Best Needles.... 30
Stockinet Shield 5,3
Curling Irons oc
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Silk Thread, in colors only 4c
Best Linen Thread. 5o Bpool
Big Line ot PockotbookB 15o each
Choice Robertson's stock of Fine
Buttons, crochet, pearl and
metal fa dozen
Coatand Vost Buttons lo dozen
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