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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1889
Don't Fail to Look.
A big Cut in Prices throughout our
Entire Stock !
thnn ever known. The prices on Suits are way clown.
UNDERWEAR, big assortment and prices clown.
MEN'S ALL WOOL
at $7.50. Cannot be bought elsewhere for less than
$10.00 to $r.2.oo. We back up every statement we
make. Call and be convinced.
Globe One-Price Clothiers,
Cor. O and Tenth Sts.
Tim Lincoln llykrr.
Walton I anxious to hear from tlio Vlolor
safety. Ho will maho tlio Itoya rustle out on
K Imlston ha bought Inn tnnchluo IwieV. Ho
says ho Is In lovo wllli tlio Now Mnll ntul Its
Hulllvon, tlio long-distance rider, Is going
to OniHlia Bimdny on that now Kagloor know
mo reason wny,
Kelley linn quieted down mid In now rending
law in the City Attornov'souico. Moanwhllo
tlio "lee-wagon" Ik resting.
Tin flub room linn leen moved to -I.TJ South
Eleventh street, n much lietter location, Bomo
oi inn memuoiY nro iiissaiisiteii, however.
It In understood tlint "I'nlly" went to Coun
cil llluffs.last Monday, where ho linn accepted
n rcioiisll)lo position a book-l(Mior for n
Tlio wenther ormtttlng,tho Imys will prob
nbl V CO to Omnliii tomorrow. Tlin liovn ulnmlil
nil turn out, mid show tlio Omahogs how to
innKo n nun run,
Messrs. Urnln ntul Vnn Horn have received
tliolr now tniidem safety, nnd tlioy nro conse
quently happy. Tlio machine in n lienuty mid
tlio girls tuny do oxcctIiig invitations to rldo
ntnny tlino. The knowing one say that
there will lio nuothcr tandem in town by
Tlio loan collection of ulctuies which tlio
Havdon Art rluh placed on exhibition In tlio
Henata Chnmbvr last Tuesday evening will lio
open every day from 2 to 0 and rront T.'M to
10 p. in. O110 of tlio inombcniof tlio club will
bo In attendance each tiny to receive visitor
and It Is IiohxI nil Interested In tlio work of
the great iiMstcnrntid tho bout Illustrator of
tlio present day will attend this exhibition.
Catch tho Uabbltl
We wish to say to Lincoln Ladies that we sell
The Celebrated Gr.iy Bros.' Shoes.
We handle the best makes in all styles of Ladies, Misses
and Children's Shoes.
BRISCOE & COOK,
1329 0 STREET.
Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co.
Office, 109 South Eleventh St.
In Temporary Quarters.
Barfs Jewelry Store Removed
To 1036 N St., bet. 10th and nth.
A new nnd elegant line of Jewelry juit opened Including WATCH ESi
CLOCKS, DIAMONDS, ETC., FOR THE
In our present location rent Is very low and we are therefore enabled to sell all
goods at a much lower price than other houses. Don't fail to call nnd sec us.
Prof. HoldoH's Orchestra furnished any
number of pieces for concerts, balls, parties,
weddings, etc. Onico fi'JO rJotith 13th. lelo
phonoodl, Adams, Lansing & Hcott, nttoruoys, rooms
'JO, 21 nnd 'i, Lattn Illock.
Gentlemen' Full Dress.
A. Hurlbut & Co. offer for snlo tailor mndo
Full Dress coat nnd vest for (10 nnd $20.
These, goods nro mndo up in fine stylo and
equal to any offered by tailors nnd costing t'Xi
to fT0. It costs nothing to look nnd lie con
vinced, so drop In nnd satisfy yourself of thosu
Catch tho Ilnbbltl
Full dross shirts, kid gloves, tho correct
thing In evening neckwear and everything
proper for society gatherings may Iw found nt
Hurlbut & Co'b., corner Tenth mid P streets,
nnd tho fact that this firm has commenced
closing out tho entire stock, makes It doubly
interesting to buyers of this class of goods.
Grand Fur opening nt Asliby & Millspatigh's
November 14, 15 nnd 10.
I'll II I)re Vents.
Satin, low cut vests, silk brocadoand other
styles at Hurlbut & Co'h. cor. Tenth and P
streets. They nro selling tho finest vests for
1 1.00. They nlso enrry n suporl) lino of 8haw
Knit, fast color, bluck hose for evening wear.
Every gentleman accustomed to dancing,
knows that theNoare tho best and only proper
things to wear.
Who the Fuvorlten of Fortune ure Lately.
Ticket No. WJ,8.'0 drow tho first capital
prlzo of $300,000 In tlio SiOd grand monthly
drawing of Oct. 15th, 1880, in tho Louisiana
State Lottery. It was sold In fractional tarts
of twentieths nt f 1.00 each, sent to M. A.
Dauphin, Now Orleans, La. Ono to Goo. M.
Walton, Shnrou Vnlloy, Conn. ; ono to MarN
ana Ilomero, Santa Barbara, Cal.; ono to
Geo. W. Lnno, Forrest City, Ark. : ono to T.
H. Neely, Digbyvlllo, Twin.; ono to G. P.
Talliott, Danville. Va.;ono to Aug. J. Miller,
1417 S. Twelfth St , St. Louis, Mo.; ono to
D. II. Cheney, Fort Smith, Ark.; ono to W.
P. Faucetter, Campliellsvllle, Ky., etc., etc.
Ticket No. 71,!17!1 drew tho second capital
prizo of $100,000, nlso sold in fractional twen
tieths nt $1.00 each; oim to Handy Moham
med, 128 Clinton Place, N. Y.; ono to J. H.
Geildos, Murray, Pa.; ono to Cora Rogers,
riouth Mend, Ind, ; ono to Norton County
Bank, Norton, Kas. ; ono to a correspondent
through Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Dank, San
Francisco. Cal,; ono to Bowery Bank, Now
York, N, Y, ; one to K, L, Humes, Harnuin,
Tex ; ono to M. M. Jordan, Greenville, S. C. ;
ono to a depositor Louisiann Nat. Bank, Now
Orleans, La., etc. Tho 235th grand monthly
and extraordinary drawing will tak placo
Tuet-day, Decomlier 17th, 1889, when prizes
ranging up to JGOO.OOO will bo scattered
broadcast everywhere. Full Information
will bo given by M. A. Dauphin, Now Or
leans, Ln., on application. Do not Ira left
New Cur for the It. ft O.
Tho Baltimore & Ohio It. It. Company has
recently given an order for four additional
trains of Vcstibulod Cars, which will bo
placed in service between Now York and ChU
cago before the close of the present year. Tho
Baltimore fc Ohio now operates a dally Vcs
tibulod snrvlco between Chicago nnd New
York and between Cincinnati ami Now York,
and this now equipment will glvo them a
double dally vostlbuled service on their Chi
cago line. The constant Improvement being
made In its roadway, motive power and car
equipment by tho present management of the
B. & O. is rapidly bringing tho pioneer rail
road of America Into popular favor as a pas
senger rnuto between tho east and tho west.
All the Latest and most Popular Musical Compositions
may be found at
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CURTICE & THIERS,
LEADING MUSIC DEALERS
207 SOUTH 11TH STREET.
Large Stock of the leading American made Guitars.
Piano Tuning and Repairing promptly attended to.
Will Remove December 1st, to
New Harris Block, 1130-32 N Street,
WESSEL PRINTING CO,
THE YANKEE TAR
AN AMERICAN SEA SONG.
Sung by Mr. Al Bellman in " Two Old Cronm," and published through The American Press Asso
ciation by permission of the Author and his Publisher, It. A. Saalleld,U Union Square, .V. J'.
Words and Muslo by JOHN do WITT.
1. Oh, tho bravo Yankee Ur Is mar
2. When grim death Hoora'd tonmlloat Be
ll All our nalla tlioy are ml and oar
4. By tho ond of tho week, with Auk
Ufcr-lngby rr rhn mil .or Dram whal-or, uILIdk o'er tho bluo noa 'Neath tho flag that w
tan. a a groon lslo, Without guards thoy inanntxl yanla with tho roofs looming nigh, ' Toll tho bam! now to
It-cka thoy are wot With tho aprer from tlio bay... daah-lng o rer tho raUa: Wo l.avo boon un dor
an-chor a . poak, With fair wind wo shall find a Boft.. berth In a bay, Whoro our at ila wa shall
lovo, an It floata thoro above. Our eoa-man, bold frooman, la tho lad dear to mo.
Py, ut mo oiu uag icMiay," uamo command thus to stand, and llko... froo men to dlo. I n. ,
weigh Bluco tho break or tho day, Kv ory brace in Its plaoo ao'a to... wca thor tho gale, f ou"'
furl, and wo'll boo tho awect girl, Ev or dear far and near, who wllL . . alng us thla lay '
Tho Yan koo boy la tho tar for mo, FJur-rah. boya, hur-rahl Hur-rah, boya, hur-rahl Ho'atha
bray oat lad ev or aall'd tho sea, Our-rah boya, hur-rah, hur rah I Uur
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rah boya, bur- rah I.
For tho winds may blow a stiff hur n cane, oh I But
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lit tlo hc'U bo car ing With hla trust In tho Lord and good captain a . board. None
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Oopyrkt, 1869, by Jotia da WW.
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