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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FKBRUARY 15. 1890
Expecting lliat ns lit the past, Ladle' llntulkcrchlefs woulil continue the
most popular t articles for Holiday Gifts, we secured such u line as we nrc
sure was never before displayed In the city. Among them
French and Irish Embroidered Hemstitched,
From 10c, to $300 each.
Swiss Hand Spun Linen, Hand Embroidered,
From $3 or) to $1000 each,
French Sill: Bolting Cloth, Hand Embroidered,
From $1.35 to $3.50 each.
j Hand-Made Duchessc Lace Edges,
From $1.00 to $11 00.
If vou arc in doubt as to wltat to buy this Is your chance.
133 to 139 South
SiUry Public and Real bia t Daaler in City and Farm Property,
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Whifcbreast Coal and Lime Co.
Canon City Whitebreast I Walnut Springs
Office, 109 South Eleventh St.
BETTS 5l WEHVER
MENDOTA COL'RADO OHIO BL'K CAN'N CITY
WOOD AND BEST ANTH'CITE
1045 O Street.
Consider Scrihner's Magazine when you arc deciding upon
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is low $3.00 a year.
The standard of the Magazine Is high,
Its spirit progressive,
The illustrations are Interesting and of the best.
There is not space here to give even a summary of the feat
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be a NEW DEPARTMENT and ADDITIONAL
PAGES, and groups of illustrated articles will be devoted to
the following subjects:
African Exploration and Travel,
Life on a Modern War Ship (3 article),
Homes In Cin, .Suburb, and Country,
Providing llo'ines. tlnough Huildlng "Associations,
The Citizen's Rights,
Electricity In the Household,.
Krlcshohn, the Inventor, by his Authoilzed Biographer,
Humorous Artists, Ameilcan and Foreign.
There will lie 3 serials.
Robert Louis .Stevenson will contilbute in iSyo.
Each subject, and there will be a great variety this year,
will be treated by writers most competent to speak with
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North .eratn Lloyd Steamship Compuy,
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mo Railroad Agent for ttae d ffsreat companlaf
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Harlnff lam facilities with the east bltjratt bank.
S1 TMUtnUona, I am roeparod to make all
kinds of loana on flnt real citato mortgages, city ot
frm Propert-, from 1 to ft yoar, at the loweat la
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nd lt? mM. -o la state, county and dtj
rtlcfled clabni, and will always par tho highest
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""" L. MEYER,
108 North Tenth st
743 Broadway, New York
A KENTUCKIAN IN A FIX.
An Innocent dimes to flrlrf Among the
Hlimps of Olnrdmmtl,
Tho following Incident, which actually oc
curred, shows tho dipth of verdancy which Is
oxisUmt In somo uufnrtunnto Individuals! A
nntiro of a back county In Kentucky caiiio
Into tho city on tho Southern road n few days
ago to "wo tho sight" and to purchase one
or two Christmas present. Ho hadn't loon
in tho city muro than half nu hour lioforo ho
loaned n pleasant, well dressed sttuugor tft
on tho irotulMi of the latter to leturii with
tho amount ns hmiii us ho cashed n check,
Tho Kentucky man waited patiently at
Fourth and Central avenues, but tho stranger
camo not. In mi hour tho man from tho
country Iwnmo slightly uneasy, In two
hour ho was actually nuspiclous, In thrro
hours ho was convinced that ho had lieon
duped. Tho f.T.1 wan all tho money ho had,
and ho walked sadly back to tho (Irnnd Con
tral dojxit, wher ho related his wrongs to
Olllcor White. Tho big copper advised him
to go homo before noma oiio borrowed his
"Hut I kynn't go home," wild Kentuck. "I
nln't no money to go on. I'm dead broko."
"Oo up to tho mayor's ollleo," advised a
sympathetic hack man; "may ho ho'll glvo
you n free pons homo If you sing him a nice
Kentuck looked doubtfully at his counselor,
and meditated for ton minutes ns ho walked
up and down, squirting tobacco julco right
"Hlamcd if I know what to dot" ho re
marked nt last.
"Hotter do as I suld," repented tho hack
mau. "Oo up to tho mayor, slug him a ulco
song about your trouble, and ho'll III you up
wid a iwisx."
Kentuck again transfixed, his advisor with
auoyoof mistrust. Something was troubling
him besides his loss. At last, with a heavy
sigh and an Inlmltahlo drawl, ho romar'todi
"Htraugor, I kyan't sing. "Cincinnati Times
Stnr. Tim Ileiunn.
.Mr Pussy Why do you charge mo twenty
flvo cent for n halt- cut when your sign says,
''First clans hair cut, fifteen cents?"
Hurler Ah, but monsieur has not tho llrst
cliiM hairl Life.
A Icl CJiii'stloii.
TUtrue, I low her nnully. this tnnlil of high do-
Tliough ht a letrnl student with "Illnckstono" on
Iter Is-autr Is uneqiuili-d, her education hl'h,
She's ilehnl In nioiieni Hcleneo and ancient history
Has inastereil (lieek and Latin and Krvnch and
For hlKher uiatheinnticMsho has a wondrous head
In inuslo sho Is surely a mistress of tho keys,
I'lnvH Handel, Chopin. Mozart and Ilncli with
In luilntlng sho Is wondrous, her stylo the crltla
Sho coplrs tnm fru.n nature both land and wnu-r
8I10 (In-sscs In tho fashion, weurs silks and Jewels
Her father has u million and sho his only heir.
And yet uhen I would woo her sho calmly uisse
My Binllo Is never noUsI, unheeded Is tny sigh.
My iioIch camo back unopenod, all coldly marked
For months I've thus been tortured, rtlll sho does
For wealth I u ould not harm her, but lint Is my
Oh, Bliould sho not 10 punUhwi for gross contempt
O. It. DotMon In Clilcago Kows
ICngllsh ns Sho Is Sixike.
A 8t. Paul gentleman yostcrdny founil oc
casion to call at a St. Paul business house In
search of n young man to whom ho owed n
"Ho'h been fired," explained a clerk.
"How Is thntt" askotl tho gentleman.
"Ho got tho O. H."
"Perhaps I nm obttiso, but really I cannot
"Why, tho firm's given him tho rnzoo."
"Seo her, tny young friend," wild tho cnller,
stonily, "I nm willing to continue this con
versation in French or German, and bcliovo I
can sustain mjsolf hi hovernl other langungos,
but I must draw tho lino nt East Seventh
stroet." St. Paul Pioneer Press.
IS'Ico Young Superintendents Now, chil
dren, I nm much obliged to you for being wi
still ond gowl whllo I hnvo boon addressing
you. Is Uioro any nlco llttlo boy who would
liko to ask mo any questions? That llttlo lxy
in tho Infnnt clusa seems anxious to say somo
thing. What is it, my fine little man?
Kino Llttlo Man How much longer are
you goln' to shoot off your mouth I America.
A Neighborly Cull.
Mrs. Tlbbotts (to Mrs. Brown, who liai
latoly movod Into tho neighborhood) Good
afternoon, Mrs. Hrown. I'm your nelghlwr
ucross tho way. Folks on this stroot aro ho
unsocial. Thoy novcr call on any ono unloxs
thoy happen to lo Just wj nicoj and I know
jou wpuld bo lonesome. Hariwr's Iiazar.
Police Sergeant Whut ii tlio matter with
Patnilnum HoN lost, nnd can't romumlMr
Seruoant Can't reiiieinlM'i- his iimnni
Hum! Tuku him around to tho Russian
nuarter. Xn Vnrl.- U'o.L-K. i f
A Menu llii.lmm).
ilushaud ureatly nxcltrd) (Job my hut,
denio.t A dog catcher has stolen tho jmksIi
and sns he is gniug to kill it.
Wifo Tlio hateful nan' Arojuuc n t
too If ou can tuko it fi in him. i)uil.nh
"No, I nm go!i'r tu hi j that ho i, pi I .
A Woman's Nolo.
I-twjcr Didyougivo Mr Sl.inlllnt join ,
note for tho amount, ns I advised oii t (
Young Widow (Hisipino Yes, I iiel
wrote him the seotot httlo now that eer
wius, and thu very next day lie camo nnd put
n mortgngo on my (tiriuttii-o. Ilurlinj; t n
Pre) Press. I
Awful to Conleinpliite.
"A scientist inserts that In twelve million
yonrj tho tun will (h(o to givo forth light
"Ileavenjl how tnsufforablo tho gas and
coal comiumlcs will Iw'" Timo.
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