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OLAZEflS AND THEIR LIKE.
Roberts & Co,
212 North 1 1 tli Street,
All th Color Wnro (lonrnntrrd.
Mrs. lleacoii Well, liow do you llk
tho hoinu your future hliHlmnd has pre
imred for you?
Miss Hural I nut dullglitcd with it
Rvery uxiui Is adorned with oil paintings.
Mm. Hencon (dubiously) Ah, ludec-dl
Nothing ndds no much to 11 Imuno na oil
palntlngH, If Ihoy nro good.
Mlna Kurnl Well, thoso nro good Iw
yond 11 itiistion. Why, my llnneo'M first
wlfo palnled them homelf. liwoll Citi
zen. ' WImi Cluipplr.
THEY TAKE THE LEAD !
Same Nutty ('itnnira for Outdnnr Sum
in nr HporU.
Nltw YoitK, Mny 3. "What kind of ft
blatcr nro you going to havor Is tlio
question which follows flret nftor tlio
URtinl lniiilry nftor tlio health, among
young ImlloH, nml of cottrsu It Is nn Itn
H)rtnnt thing to know, nml yet 1 do not
doubt that thuronro nutnborsof benight
ed H!ixon who do not know what n
blazer Is I'm not qulto Btiru thnt I can
dofluo it other thnn to Bay thnt It n
tennis coalumo, in BtrlR's thnt would put
11 tobrn to tlio bhiRli nnd mnko n tiger
crnwl off in n junglo nnd dlo'on n wot
tog just out of envy A blnzor is n fear
ful nnd wonderful thing.
nalS V7 V Should call and
Kd- i ,.i. ,'it sec our Cioodi
In durability, nentneimof DnUh and
conntructlon Hicm. refrigerators have
' for the head.
All the latcit
slmiies in Ilaugt
H14 0 St.
Telephone. Office 145. Residence 156
Open Day nnd Night.
E. T. ROBERTS, Manager.
Call nnd nee the line,
livery Hefilgerator fully
guaranteed to 'give nut
CAPITAL CITY COURIER, ' SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1889,
1 ' " - t
'S lldltTsi-! Spring
$J&WlS$i$i and Ornament.
2 Missouri Valley Fuel Co. 4
Hell IIih btwt ipmllty of Hnrd and 8rt
Over a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y.
Incorporated liy tho IKUIiituro In 1W for
Ediiciitlonid nudClinrllulilo )nrini, and IIn
f rntirhlxo inmlo 11 pitrt of the iironunt Htuto
onntttutlon In 1MTU by 1111 overwheliuliiK pop
Its Mnimnotli Drawings take place
Sctnt Annually ( June anil Decem
ber), and Its Grand Single Number Draw
ing take place In each of the other ten
months of the year, and arc all drawn In
public, at the Academy of Music, New
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For Integrity of Its Drawings, and
Prompt Payment of I'rlcs,
Attested ns KoIIuwh:
"Wo do hereby certify thnt wo supervise
tho arrangements for all tint Monthly and
Homl-Anntmt Drawings of Tlio loulslium
8tato tottery Coinimny, and In person man-
uro and control tin) llrawliiKs themselves,
and tlmt the sumo urn conduotod with lion-
csty, fulrucss, and In pood fulth toward nil
fnrtlcs, anil wo iiiitlinrlzo the Cor..puny to usu
his certlllciito, with fiic-slmlltes or our slunu
Mren attuchod, In Its advertisements."
We, tliu uiulorslKiinil Hanks and Hunkers
lll puy all prizes drawn In tlio tonlHlnnn
Htato Ixitterlos, which may bo presented at
It. M. WAIiMKI.KY. l'rcs't toulmiiin Nat Il'k
1'IKHHK I.ANAUX, I'rcM.ttnlo National 'k
A. BALDWIN, Trcs. Now Orleans Natl Hank
OAKI. KOI1N. l'ros. Union National Hank
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At the Academy of Mnilo, New Orleani,
TumiUj, May 14, 1880,
Capital Prize, $300,000.
100,000 Tickets ut ."0; Halves III); Qunrtera
3; Tenths l Twentieths fl;
1 PRIZE OFfWO.OOO la !00.00o
1 I'HI.K OK 60,0001s 60,000
1 PRIZE OK 25,1X10 Is a',0UC
2 PRIZES OK 10,000 nro 20,000
6 PRIZES OK r.000nru 23,000
V PRIZES OK l.UIOnrn 'r,ooo
100 PRIZES OK OOOare 60,000
200 lMU'KH ok nxinro IS0.OIKJ
600PRIZESOE IWOuro 100,000
100 Prizes of KjOOiuo 60,000
ioo do. :tooaru :o,ooo
100 do. 'JUOnro 20,000
DM do. 100 nro Dt,000
WO do. lOOaro .00.000
jyaTprUos, uinoiintliifr to 11,051,800
Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prizes aro
notontltted toTormlual Prizes.
gW For Club Hates or any other deslrod
n7ormatlon, wrltolcKlbly tothounderslBiicd,
clearly stilling your rcsldonco, with Htato,
County, Htroot and Number. More rapid re
turn mall delivery will bo assured by your en
closing an Envelnpo beurlng your full ad
Now Orleans, La.
Or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, I). C.
lly ordinary letter containing Moiloy Or
der Issued by nil ExnroM Companies, New
York GxcIiiiiiko, Draft or Postal Nolo. V
puy cburgeM on Ourreney sunt tons by Ex
press In sums of wn or over.
Address Registered Letters containing
NKW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, Liu
REMEMBER that the paymout or tlio
Prizes Is Kuaranteed by Four National Hanks
of Now Orleans, and thu tickets aro nlgned by
th President of nn Institution, whoso char
to rod rlKhts nro recognized In tlio highest
.courts; thereforo, beware of all linlla .Ions or
ONE DOLLAR Is tho price of tho innnllest
part or fraction of u ticket ISSUED HY US
In any drawing. Anything In our iiiiino of
fored for less than u Dollar Is n swliull'-
Room io, Opera. House Block
,1 II. W. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
IlullJIngs completed or hi eotirsv of erection
from April 1, 18H0:
i) unities block, U I onlgomery, Utli and X.
do do I. V HllluiKsley, llthnearN.
Itestaiirant (Oilells) O K iloolgomer-, N near
UtwIJeiice, J J ImhnIT, J and 12th.
do J D Jlacfurlunil, Qandlltli.
do John Zelimng, ( and llth
do AllRTt Watklns. I) bet Dili and 10th,
do Win M Luonaiil. K la Oth and 10th.
Jo K 11 authrle, Will and N.
do J E Heed, M V, F Ix-t lBth and 17th
do Ii Q M Baldwin, ( tet lHlli and 18th,
huoltarlum building at Milford, Neb,
Firrt ISnptlst cliureh, 1 lib and K streets.
ortuary cliiidel and receiving ftumb at Wyuka
Room U3 and 84
6 Richard' lllock, cor. i tth and O. 8
Piano i Organ
Cuitlce & Thiers' Music Store,
207 South ttth Street.
Hiss Ethel Howe.
Teacher of Singing
Room 131 Hurr Hlock.
Hours, 10 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Diamonds, : Jewelry,
AND OPTICAL GOODS.
Repairing and Engraving a Specialty,
116 No. Tenth Street.
Crystal Steam Laundry,
Office, Burr Blk. Laundry, 24th and 0.
Finest Work in the City.
COLLARS AND CUFFS
All work called for and delivered, nnd
satisfaction guaranteed. Leave orders n
office or by telephone 478.
N. R. HOOK, M. D.,
1H8KAHKH OF WOMEN.
Jrinary and Rectai Diseases a Specialty.
Trents roetal diseases by I1UINICRU1IOFF
PAINLESS 8Y8TKM. Onieo, rooms 1!U, VS and
121 lliwr lllock. Twelfth and O streets. Ofllce
(Hlepliono M8. Itrsldeneu lffiffl Q street. 'I'lione, K
Ofllco hours, 0 to 13 a.m. - to 8 nml 11 Io 3 p m
Sundays, 10 to 11 a. in.
Telephone No, IS;
16 South 1 tth Street, Lincoln Ned
Palace Bath Shaving
Ladies and Children's - Hair - Cutting
COR. 12 Si O STS NKW HUUK 1JLK
THE 0HEATE8T AND DEBT,
Tlio uuiNt popular,
MiifeHt and cusloHt rldiiiK
It ban won premluinH
ami iiiimIiiIm over all
competitors nnd Iiiih no
Bicycles and Tricycles
of all blesnnd deberlptloiiH. l'or ealaloKiiu
V-rniH, etc., call or addreKM,
100 North Hill Ht..
I can cheerfully rccoiutnoiiA
Ir. Hcth Arnold' Cough
as ieineaiiril-ciaM remedy
for Couch and Colds, linv
InciiKcdlt In my own family
with very great natlsfactlon.
I II. limb, Uct Moluci,
DroggUU, 25c., 00c and 31.00.
JHItSKY HAtlXItt IIIXU8KS.
It Ih n loose, ill fitting blouso and n
BcnntyBhortHkirtof Hanncl.BlIk or ticking
in tho most cousplcuoiiB colored stripes
posslblo to wcavo. Yellow nnd black, red
nnd white, bluo nnd red nro n fow of tho
colors must often seen, nnd tlicHO nro of
all widths nnd combinations. Tho rulo
is for vivid colors nml striking pattern?
for tennis gowns, and tho exception is
for them to bo in (pilot tnsto. Tho nearer
tho average tennis player can got his or
her clothes to look like those of 11 liorso
jockey, tho belter ho or bIio is pleased.
Tlio tenuis hat of tho season is n queer
shaped thing, somewhat resembling tin
English tourist's helmet, with two Haps
above tho ears which nro turned upward
nnd tied 011 the top. Tho shoes nro of
yellow canvas or buckskin, nnd Itnvo
rubber ridges on tho bottom, or spikes.
Croquet has been little cared for for
several years, but it is now considered to
bo "in" again, nnd many young ladies
bavo had croquet costumes made which
might bo called coquette costumes, bo
dainty and pretty thoy nro. Like tho
tennis gowns, they nro uindo of almost
any kind of material, but tho favorlto
0110 is tho wash silk, whUli is so light
that it nlTordj tho freest movement nnd
is always graceful. Theso silks nro
striped nnd can bo had in startling styles
or in dcllcuto and pretty combinations of
In making tho skirts to both tenuis
and croquet gowns of this Bill;, tho pro
per fashion is to havo tho outer skirt
mndo plain around tho bottom, or nt
most havo only a flat bias band stitched j
on. An underskirt or petticoat of tho
same silk is made with threoor four nar
row overlapping bias rullles nt tho bot
tom. This holds tho skirt out in easy
shapo and docs not impedo tho move
ments. Somu young ladies wear this
skirt divided, as thoy claim that it gives
them greater oaso, and that ouco triod
nil tennis players would iiko tho stylo
better than tho undivided skirt, I2ach
lady might try tho experiment. It need
not bo a costly 0110 nnd may bo all that
Is claimed for it
Blouses and jorboys nro so varied that
thliy nro adapted to every kind of out
door sport, not excepting tho new fads,
kito flying nnd baseball. Yes, it is truol
Girls will now fly kites mid havo their
innings am! outings mid all the rest of it
SUIt.Ml AND PONOUIJ lll.OUSKS.
on tho ball Held ns well ns their brothers,
and oven tlio Tear of getting hit with a
hard wood bat will not piovcut thorn.
Tho variety of tho waists peculiarly
adapted to tho out door sports of young
ladies is bo great that it becomes neces
sary to present a few of them, for thoro
aro fow such supplies without n demand,
nnd tlio mission of fashion writers is to
tell nil they know, if not 111010
Tho jerbey waists nro mado 60 beauti
fully and trimmed bo elegantly now that
thoy aro bound to bo In fashion for nn
indefinite tuna I was in n wholcsnlo
houso recently, nnd thcro counted seventy-two
diireient and distinct styles of
making nnd trimming jerseys
There nro many smocked jerseys of
jersey cloth In wool nnd silk, tho smock
ing forming tho yoko mid belt, nlso tho
pulls in tho filcoves. Others Imvo tho
mlddlo ol thu sloovcs laid in narrow
lengthwise plaits and held with herring
bono stitching in saddler silk Theso
blouses and jersoys aro nil sultablo to
wear for any out door sports whero caso
nnd grace of motion is desired, and thoy
can bo inndp dressy enough to wear with
silk or other skuts for afternoon with
tho addition of n fow of thoso dainty tri
fles nil women know how to add, nnd
which transforms them at onto to things
of beauty and of tourso joys forever.
lhiil JJ i'ftiT -v nil irfcTo f
falls"!! rfl'aM Ji UflJI
ll UV ILJrJb -Ml JT l"rl
Itobliisou Joiich, what do you supHso
Ihoy put llttlo mirrors Into the crowns of
romo hats for?
Jones Oh, 1 ntipposo It's bo 11 man can
tell when he's beginning to get bald,
Once n Week.
Diuniin In Hriirrli of I'lblui.
There wns a Mipular play running at a
Iloston theatre. Tho crowd wan crush
ing in at the door nnd tho auditorium
waa already full, when a man from tho
country rushed up to tho manager, who
stood rubbing his hands as ho lltdeiiod to
tho plunk-plunk of the money on the
llttlo box ofllco shelf.
"Say, mister, you're tho manager, I
"Wnl, I've lost my friend in tlio crowd
nnd I guess he's got inside by this tlmo.
Would you niliul going into tho theatre
nnd just liollcrlti 'lliggins?'" SanFrnn
Oldretn to ftiirrlllrlni; Kvnrj thing.
Philanthropist I understand, Mr.
Gould, that you think you would bo hap
pier If you wero comparatively a poor
man, with only $1,000,000 instead of
Jay Gould I may have said something
of tho kind.
Philanthropist Well, sir, I havo a
proposition to inako thnt will enable you
todlsposo of Bomoof your surplus wealth
nnd nt tho name tlmo mnko yourself a
public lenefnctor. Join 1110 in founding
n great religious dally in Now York.
Jay Gould (recoiling in horror) Do
you want to bankrupt 1110 utterly? Chi
An American, fin re.
A discussion nroso on board an Atlantio
liner n short time ngo ns to tho citizen
ship of n gentleman nt thu other end of
"Ho'h an Englishman," Bald one; "I
know by his head."
"He's n Scotchman," 6ald another; "I
know by his complexion "
"IIo's a German,' Ba d another; "I
know by his beard."
Tho young ladies thought ho looked a
llttlo Spanish. Hero tho conversation
rested, but boon 0110 of them spoke:
"I havo It," said she, "lio'aan Ameri
can; lie's got his legs on tho table." Tho
A ;! Tluin Io I'lilllll Hit I'roinUo.
"Dear John," wrote tho wife, "I am
f.orry to say Willie fell out of n awing
yesterday and disabled himself. IIo
will not bo nblo to use Ills arms for 11
month bo tlu doctor Bays. Ho is get
ting along nil right, but it makes him
restless to stay in doors. When you ro
turn from the city pleaso bring him
something ho can ainuso himself with."
"Willie." said tlio father, kindly, ns
ho patted the llttlo boy consolingly on
tho head tho next day, "I havo brought
you that drum 1. promised you n year or
two ngo you should have boiiio tlmo."
Sin nut ic.
Husband (after soino words with his
wifo) Well, let us drop it. I don't caro
to say liny moro about it. And besides,
I liko lo talk to a seusiblo person when
Wlfo (with a sarcastic laugh) You
don't always do it, then.
Husband I don't?
Wife No; I Bomotimes hear you talk
ing to yourself. Boston Courier.
Gmco !from a booming town, con
tinuing con vernation) And our now
cable lino Is just bimply immense. You
should beo it 111 oeration, and especially
on tho Incline steep as a toboggan chute,
Kato Gracious! What would they do
in caso tho iohi would break on a down
Grace (with enthusiasm) Do? Why,
they'd havo a teuiorary truck built for
them to run on by the time they reached
tho bottom. Talk aliout enterprise!--HarperV
I.ATK OK MltOOKI.VN, N. Y.,
Tailor and Draper
I hIuiII dUplny for jour limpecllon n new nnd very carefully selected
Slock, compiling many of the latent and newest dculgun of the Kuropenu
Manufacturers, and I am now prepared to take all order for making up
garments for gcnls hi the latest stylet.
Having for seventeen years met lth gicnt success In Brooklyn, N. Y.,
hi cutting and making Ladle Jackets and Riding llnblts, shall he pleacd
to receive patronage fiom the ladles during the coming season.
I am also prepared lo receive outers for all kinds of Uniforms and
1230 O Strkkt.
Most Popular Resort in thu City.
ODELL'S DINING HALL,
1 1 19, 1 121 and 1 1 23 N Street.
Meals 25 ets, $.,.ot) per wcck;
St cam and I lot Water
1&. M JbH
UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OQ0ORAFII7 Or THE OOUNTRY, WILL OBTAIN
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION mOM A STUDY OF THIS MAF OF
K e i-fri uu,atoJAn 1 1 PI1 iirir
j ""VS-mff t-o "6bhhiii n .. ) IAipilrlaK, lJ- I -
THE GREAT ROCK I8LAND ROUTE.
(Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska Bys.)
Its main linos, branchos and oxtonalona woat, northwoot and southwest
Ineludo Ohlcaffo, Jollot, Ottawa, Poortu, LaSnllo, Mollno. Rock Island in
8OTA Watortown and Sioux Palls In DAKOTA Oallatln.Tronton, Camoron,
St. Josoph, nnd Kansas City In MISSOURI Bontrioo. Falrbury. and Nelson
In NEBRASKA Horton, Topoka, Hutchinson, Wichita, Bellovlllo. Norton,
Abllono, Caldwell, In KANSAS-Colorado Bprlnpe, Donvor, Puoblo. In COLO
RADO. Travorsos now and vast aroas of rich farming and gTiizlnff lands,
atrordlner tho bost facilities of Intorcommunlcatton to oldor Stutoa nnd to all
towns und oltlos In Southern Nobraslca, Kansas, Colorado, Utah. Now
Moxlco, Indlun Torrltory, Toxas, Arizonu, Idaho, California, and Pacltlo
coast and transocoanlo Seuports.
SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Of Palaco Conches-londlnir all competitors In splondor of equipment and
luxury of accommodations run through dully botwoon Chicago und Colo
rado Spring. Donvor nnd Puoblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE
TRAIN SERVICE dally botwoon Chlcutro and Council Blum) (Omaha), und
botwoon Chicago and Kansas City Elegunt Day Coachos. Dlnlner Cars,
Rocllnlnfr Chulr Curs (FREE), and Palace Slooplngr Cum. Culifornla Excur
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Ansolos, San Dlogo, San Francisco, und Intervening localities. Quiok tlmo,
prompt connections und transfers in Union Dopots.
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Runs euporbly onulppod Express Trains dully each way botwoon Chicago,
Rock Island, Atchison, St. Josoph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and Minne
apolis und St. Paul. Tho Favorlto Tourist Lino to tho nconlo resorts, and
hunting' nnd llshlng grounds of the Northwost. Its Watortown Brunch
coursoa through tho most productive lunds of Northern lown, Southwostorn
Mlnnotiota, uud East Southern Dakota,
TIIE SHOUT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE otTors faollltloa to
travel botwoon Cincinnati, Indlunupolls, Lufayotto, and Council niutt'u, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul.
For TioVots, Maps, Foldora, or doBlrod Information, apply to any Coupon
Tlckot OIllco In tho unltod States or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, E. A. HOLDROOK,
0nwiliaafleer. OH1CAGO, ILL. Qen'l Ticket & Pft. Agent
S. C. ELLIOTT,
1212 O STREET.
KORSMEYER & CO.
315 S. Eleventh St.
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