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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1890
In Hot Weather Clothing at
We arc Selling Our Entire Line of
Fine Coats and Vests !
At a Slashing Reduction from Regular Prices. Our
assortment is very complete and comprises
Fine Mohair Coats and Vests at $3, worth regular $4.50.
Silk Lustre Coats and Vests at $4, worth regular $6.
Fancy Flannel Coats and Vests at $4, worth regular $6.50.
Serge Coats and Vests at $6, worth regular $S.
Drap d'etc Coats and Vests at $6, worth regular $7.50.
Pongee Coats and Vests at $6.50, worth regular $9.'
Seersucker Coats and Vests at 75c, worth regular $1.50.
Silk eirjcL Plgiiinel Shirts
Our Stock I the Most Complete In the City ami Ranges In Pi Ice from $1 to $.;.
Boys' and Misses' Blouse Waists
We haven very large line of from 50c to $1.50. Now Is the time to secure some
Excellent Hargalns In Seasonable Clothing, at the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
NEWMARK & HERSCHLER, Proprietors,
Cor. O and Tenth Sts.
MlMM'litt Kitten, Train., V.tv.
IIAt.K IIATKH, JUI.Y 4, ISiM.
The II. & M. III roll round trip tickets to
points within two hundred tulle of Lincoln
nt emu fnro for round trip, good July !W to Mh
IIIK.NNIAl, CONVOCATION K. OK I.
The II. ,t M. will mII tickets July I to 7 In
elusive, good for let urn till .Inly 'J I, nt out)
fnro for the round tilp.
TlirouKh vestlbuledtrnlnsof I'ullmnii sleet
ors, chair earn, dining ear nml smokers nre
feat men not to ho enjoyed on other lines.
NATIONAL KIIVOATMXAI. CONVENTION.
The II. tf M t III sell tlckes to Ht. Paul mid
rettii u nt one fare for tlio round trip, plus $3,
Tickets tuny li obtained July I to 7 Inclusive,
good for let urn till Beptemlior ill).
IIKATIUCK CIIAtTAUQl'A AHHKMIII.V.
Hound trip tickets will ho sold liy the II. it
M. atom fnro, plus 35 cents, for admission,
good Juno '.HI to July l. Catnpemilpngo prop
el ly iNiekitt iiutl tugged will Ik? carried frco In
cartas jmrt of free baggage allowance.
UllKTK CHAUTAUQUA AHHKMIII.V.
Hound trip tickets will ho sold at ono fare
with 115 cents nddltlonnl for admission, on
June !l(l to July 11 good returning till July 13.
CainpetpiljifKe properly mcketl ami tagged
will lit) carried free hi baggage cars as jwirt
tif tree baggage allowance. Tickets ami full
Information regarding the ahove meetings,
conventions etc, may ho ohtalnetl at Union
tlepot or city olllce, corner O and Tenth
strees. A. C. Kleiner,
C. V. & T. A.
-.JW .JU, .IJIL.
Ladies will find a New Lot of them at
1129 O STREET.
$2.00 $2.50 AND $3.00
A, B, C, D and E Widths.
ED. O. YATEB
PIEMAN & CIOWB,
Largest Stock nnd Finest Assortment of
Summer Hosiery and Underwear
And at Prices that are O. K.
CALL AND SEE! 114 S. 12th, opp. Opera House.
The Heat orNiiimner Time.
Tlio season of the year has come when mor
tals It-ok for the coolest and thinnest In tlio
Inutl for comfort, a nd just nt this particular
time there Is no place that attracts the atten
tion of laities mine than the popular Ladles'
Furnishing store of Foreman & Crowe. Hero
our fair readers wlltlhid nil they may desire
In light, cool nutlcomfortnhle apparel. Their
Hue of summer underwear and hosiery Is very
lino and complete, ami embrace an assort
ment of these good such as would hen citslit
to a Chicago house. Indies ate retpiested to
will and see these goods. Htyles nro correct
and prices nro right.
Dju, i:r. Niitd 1111 I l'ar.t it Sjidul ill nt.
l)r. Charles K. Hpnhr, No. WIS O . Con
situations In English and German.
t II. I. KiiKlue fur Hitli.
In good coiullllou. Only used a short time.
For sale cheap. Apply at Coi'ittKH olllce.
A heated iniirhlo statue of tho Princess
of Wales for th National Art gallery in
Copenhagen has Ixm'ii carved by Chapu,
Deura Li the nunio of tho Austrinn
sculptor who 1ms succeeded in discover
ing i process for molding limrblu tlulil
precisely ns bronzo is molded.
Milletfa "Woman Spinning," which
vraa hoM to tlio Into Sirs. Morgan for
117,100, 1ms been bought for 0,000 by n
Paris linn, who will take it to Franco.
A bronze standing btiituu of tho Into
Governor Hubbard, of Connecticut, was
unveiled n fow days ago lit Hartford. It
mauds on tho Houtheast of the capitol.
The big painting of the Parnell coin
mission by Sir A. 13. Clay lias boon de
clined by-tho Royal academy on tho plea
of want of (space. A portrait of Sir
James Hannen, ono of tho judge, has
Alexundrovaki, Russia, has it hummer
which weighs sixty tons. It was cast in
At the Crenstot works in Franco there
is a hammer eighty tons. It was mado
in 1677 and sets on an anvil block of 100
The Kropp Gun works nt Essen, Ger
many, havo a hummer of 150 tons. Tho
last named hammer is tho largest now
used in the world.
A bulu of a collection of pictures of Nell
Gwynno, the faiuoiw favorite of dairies II,
Ulld Of tllO killir hllllsiilr nml mn.iv r.t .-
court jiooplo of tho time, recently took plnco !
in minion, ah mo pictures were engrav
ings. The totI brought h- 215 lots was
9S,'JU0. Prints of Nell herself, nfter tho pic
tures of illirerent nrtlsts, brought from tSO
down to $15 each. Pictures of King Charles
brought about tlio satno prices. Thoo of
other women of tho court went for from 13
to 25 each.
A fUbermun who was desirous of catching
a specimen of tho stereolepis, a gigantic Ush
somewhat resembling a black bass and found
on tho Pacific const, accomplished his pur
ine In the summer of 1680 oir the island of
Santn Catallna, in California. His success
encouraged others, so thnt altogether thirty
wore captured, ranging in weight from 75 to
300 jwunds. Tho stereolepls U migratory,
and only comes In shore during tho summor
lor tlio purposo of spawning. It ranges from
tho Farralones down 5uo miles Mow San
Diego. Those of !J00 jioumU in weight are
nearly six feet In length, and nro taken with
a hand lino.
jml VT I c , !' ' 3Sr
Great Modern Convenience!
"The Gilt Edge"
The World's Best!
With this Stove, which N the Latest Invention, less gas is used than
with any other stove and pioduces Far IJetter Cooking. It ha nlread
become the Favorite Everywhere and Its merits need hut to he explain
ed to he appreciated h even one.
STOVES IN OPERATION
at our store and we invite you to call and examine them and see it work..
F. A, Korsmeyer & Co. .
itS South Eleventh Street.
JUST A WORD, MY DARLING. .
Published through Tho American Press Association,
Words by DOUGLAS GORDON.
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