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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER iS, 1890
Monday, November 17,
Wc will offer Special Bargains in the above named
goods. Be sure and ask to sec our assortment.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 0 ST.
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
Offcra to Nobly Dressers in making their Selection) (rout our Lare
Tailor Made Suits
ARE NUM EROUS.
First and foremost our prices nre from $15 to $20 less than the regular Merchant
Tailors will charge jou (or identically' the same suit.
Second Is the ohsolutc certainly o( your getting a perfect fitting garment. Then
you are not subject to any delay or disappointment, as Is too often the case when you
leave your measure with the so-called crack tailors. Our stock o( Fine Tailor Made
Suits comprises all the very Latest Styles In
Prince Albert Suits,
Square and Round Cut Sacks.
Wc shall be pleased to have you call and Inspect our magnificent line of Fine
Suits bcfoic making your purchase, confident It will be to your Interest as well as ours.
Globe Clothing House,
Corner 0 and Tenth. NHWMARK & IIERSCHLER, Props.
tn snwm mmimmmmmimmmammmm o-"-v t
1204 and 1206 0'
Best Stock in the State.
Courteous attention given
We have a competent force of
nutlers who will do all kinds of
job work in a satisfactory manner.
Fkx Wo Invito Ynn tn Cull !
3 HALL & DUNHAM
112 6 O St.
Street, Burr Block
PREACHERS UAlinDiNE AND STET80N.
tin I'onutit dm Ltittfirjr unit She U
Hen) nro two prencliera wlm nm lielnu
Tim new piiMnr of tho Centetinry Metho
dlst. rlitirrh of St. IniN, Uev Doctor
Curnillne, hull from Now Orleans, whore
hi) Ioiik llllrd tho pulpit of tho Ciimnilelpt
Mrthodlst Kpleomleltiircli. While Intlio
Crescent city hn dlHtlngulnliisI hlumelf In
an unusual manner as nliowii In (lie follow
liiK from the St. liuls IVwt-DlMpntrlu
Kcw imiIo In tint mirth or In litis pity know
llmt tlm recent iMi.ni'tiiicnt of lawn liy cohki-cm
in lis Attempt to cliokn Hid lottery uionMcrof
New Orlonim Is tlio rvmiltot nliiiictiient Iwkuii
and plnnmil nonrly t o enin ngo liy l)r (.'urn
illnc, who, fully rcnlltltiK tlio otll Ihllin-iico M
work, olio ilny xlo Ills inlml on tho milijoet
from tlio pulpit of tlm Cnromlrlct Mctluxllst
rliureli. Tlio nltnntloti of nffnlr wns no ttrnphlc
nlly pictured liy tlioiiinnof tlio kimIpI Hint Ills
Mention wns printed In n circular nml xc-attonst
ocr tlionoulli hromlciut, Tlio knmI work Ik'Riui
to ls'iir frnlU In u few moulds tlio effect wns up
jwtrent nml an nntMottcry movpim'tit ns K'kiiii.
AKln l)r Citrnillno Nnrrl hot nliol into tlio
piipmy'H rmnp from tlio pulpit, nml prlntctl nmt
tcr nns fret'ly clrciilAtcil, lllantrntoil pamphlet,
isIHihI liy him, fotloupit, nml rcncliiil that eliuu
who woiiM not or eonM not reml or think.
Tho followers of Dr. CurmUito hocAino ho
iiiiiimtoiih that ho Krew bold cnoiijth tonttnek
tho rnrmy-tlin lottery twlndloni In tln'fr own
camp nml prcml.v -tlio ntnte li'tfUlntiire -but
nioni-y proved Itwlf ntniiiKer thnn moral suasion,
mid ho mid his friends went nhllged lo look tn tho
most Mierfnl Ixxly In tho land, tlio I'nlttxl Hinted
tH'iinto, and there they wero moro miceewful, as
tho country at laro Is aar.
Dr. C'aradino Is W) years old, but Is do.
ficrlbed iih apparently In his prime. The
nntl-lottory movement Is his pet topic, nud
ho decliire.s that ho believe tho recont act
of eongresH will give tho lottery IiiinIuphs
lt death blow. The earliest crusader alms
not only to reform leglNlatlou relating to
lottcrlcN, but to stir tip tlio public con
science ho that tho Hwindlo can Imvo no
support. The possessor of n lottery ticket
is In his opinion u party to the "fraud and
rolMilllou" that ignores tho laws of tho
lilt. CAIIAIMNi: MII8. HTKTMIN.
land, and express companies and bank
presldentH who handle funds and tickets
are, he holds, among tho guilty ones.
Kev. Augusta K Stetson, who has licou
duly ordained and installed to iiresidoovpr
tho Christian Scientist society of tlio
Church of Christ, Now York city,
is the second woman ordained in that,
sect, which wan founded by Hov. Mary
II. G. Kddy, pastor of u society In
Jiostou. Mrs. Kddy Is also tho great
teacher of tho Scientist, her book "Science
and Health" lnilng used as n text look.
At tho ordination of Mrs. Stetson extracts
from this book wero read along with the
Scriptures. Tlio Scientist are not nil
women, let It lw noted, for two men, Imth
ordolned pastors, ofllciatcd at tho ordina
tion nud Installation of Mrs. Stetson Hov.
Ij. 1 Xorcross and Uev. F. K Mason.
C'onroriiliiR tlio .Italia.
Tho "Malla," now creating such dls
turlmnco In New Orleans, is i lino Illustra
tion of how n system will endiiro long
after the causo which created it has passed
away. No country in tlio world was over
so honeycombed by secret societies as
Italy during tho second third of this
century. Conspiracy was brought to n
science. Ono society was so perfectly or
ganized that It contained many thousands
of dosiernto men, and yet no more than
three wero ever present at any meeting u
traitor could never Isitray moro than two
persons. In Naples at ono tlmo n very
dangoroitB plot was organized without tho
utterancoof a word. It was all In panto
mime nml by symbols marked on paper.
Tho despotic governments wero nil over
thrown, mid Italy was united under Victor
Kmanuel and his son in a free, lllieriil and
constitutional monarchy; yet many of tho
secret orders remain and aro still killing
"traitors" in various countries. Tho "Car
bonari," "Illuinlnatl" and others aro be
lleved U) Iks dissolved, but tho "Malla," tho
"Order of Three" and others remain. For
eigners of several nationalities In tho
United States aro still brooding over the
wrongs of tho past and secretly thirsting
for vengeance. In Italy some of tho once
"patriotic ImuiiIs" Imvo sunk into mere or
ganizations of roblKTs.
A Wild llrl.lal Tour.
Kinll llolub, an Austrian, arose through
poverty and oWurlty to tho dignity of
having his collections as an explorer in
Africa placed In the Vienna exposition, anil
there ho met and wooed and, at last, won
it daughter of tho superintendent of tho
exhibit. In a week after marriage the pair
wero off for Africa. Mrs. llolub has a lino
physique, anil was able to Is-ar all tho
fatigue of tho trip, She carried a gun, and
faced many dangers duo to the climate and
tho savagery of central Africa.
There was enough for Mrs. llolub to at
tend to in tho explorers' camp. The old
fashioned occupation of iiiciiiIIiik torn and
anil tattered gar
ments fell to her
lot, and at last the
ancient and essen
tial duty of mar
keting ami cook
ing supplies de
volved upon her.
of !lng tho first
woman to pen o
trato navago Afri
ca was not belit
tled by meanness
of condition and
Dr. 1 1 ol tib's wife went on tho hunt for
wild lieasts, and even passed through
encounters with tho warlike trlls's along
tho route. Tho trip closed with a
perilous ami trying retreat, lasting eight
months, with only surh food as could
bo taken on tho way, and without tho com
forts of their camp utensils, which had
been stolen by Bavages. Mrs. llolub enmo
out eimal to tho best of tho part), three of
whom had succumbed to tho hardships of
Th African llimni.
Staid old Knglaud isexciti-d overfome
thing very like a laud "boom" not in
England, hut hi Africa. Tho symptoms
are curiously likuthosu shown In tho new
states of our own west. The most conserva
tive men and journals talk as If American
experience in developing tho groat valley
of tho Mississippi wore to be repeated by
Hnglaud in Africa, and In a much shorter
time. All Africa south of the (ireat deseit
U to lw rapidly civilized and Innil-li Ku
stand markets for centuries to ci me
To tlm llllttr Knd.
"You npeak of her n n 'llirrn ply girl,'"
3lncrvpil a SU l'nitl matron to n young
muni "what do yon mpaii by that?"
"Well, slin Is handsome, swret tempered
and rlrh. Thosu trlplo virtues make, her a
three ply girl."
"Why do you not carry tlm nlmlhi out to
Its logical conclusion r"
"Why, If she marries you nho will ho
worsted." St, Paul Pioneer Press.
Tlm nirrerrnpn to lllm.
TcAclior (finding out who bad hit him
with a paper hall) You thought that very
funny, didn't your
Jqlinnle I would Imvo If I hadn't Inmui
Ho 1 1 ud Itenril ICiiimuti.
Two nights after tho completion of tho
telephone lino between Farnvlllo and
Hampden Sidney, Va., ono of tlio largest
tobncoo warehouses In Farnvlllo was
burned. Tho 11 ro was thought to bo tho
work of an Incendiary. Next morning a
negro man with a bad reputation and very
llttlo sense wont into the telephone olllcu.
"WuU ilnt nr thing yoii's talkln Inter.
"Thai's a telephone."
"Kr tell you whatr"
"A thing to talk into. You just ask it
anything you want to know and It tells It."
"Is ilnt sof I done liynnl 'Niutilat rorn
versatlou hangln' up on do wall, but I alu'
knotted it could tell nil dent things."
"Oh, jess I am busy now, hill If you will
como back in an hour I'll get It to tell you
who hurtled the warehouse."
"Idlnnoe. I got time ferdat."
"Well, you'd better take tlmo, or I'll
think you did It."
As soon as Sam left, Hlauton called up
tho other end, described tlio negro and
gave tho operator tho tip.
Sam came back In an hour, tho Ilampden
Sydney operator was called up ami Sam
put the IkiII to his ear This Is what ho
"The person that burned the Planter's
warehouse last night Is a ginger eiko col
ored negro, K ft. It) In. high, little linger
gono from left hand" -Sam's eyes began
to bulge "ono front tooth gone, wears a
mustache nut! goatee, has three children,
has been In Jail for stealing a sheep from
Maj. Venahlo, and his name Is Sam,"
With a wild yell and eyes starting out of
his head Sam Isilted from tho room,
Jumped on a passing freight train, and
nover came hack to claim the reward
offered for him. Chicago Herald.
How ll KcKoinlilcil Pliimittl.
There have been a few, n very few, ex
tremely High Church Episcopal clergymen
In this country who appeared to think that
n studied neglect of the bath was a mark
of Catholic orthodoxy Ono of these ex
cedent men, who was well known in thin
city h few years ago, was generally arrayed
In a coarse cassock that had long ceased to
bo even approximately clean, and In linen
that was simply dirty that Is tho out
word that can bo used. His finger nails
were In mourning, and altogether ho was
n good reproduction of a medliuval salutr
tho kind with whom tho odor of sanctity
was made visibly manifest by tho odor ot
dirt. Strangely enough, he was at tho
samo tlmo a gentleman by birth, educa
tion and rearing. Ho was sLmply misled
by n (also Ideal of Christianity. Hut that
Is not tho point. Ono day two Episcopal
clergymen got to talking nbout him.
"What does ha remind you of any wayf"
asked ono. "Of Annuel," was tho reply,
"How sor" asked thoflrst. "Oh," answered
tho second, "because ho shrinks so from
washing," Nuw York Tribune.
lie Mlcllt llntn Kxprutnl.
"Dot rast old Llcblg, anyway," exclaim
ed Phlpps tho other morning.
"What has tho baron ls.on doing nowf"
"Doingr Why tho old wretch said that
horseflesh was moro wholesome than Is-ef
or mutton, and I went him ono. Ate all I
"Well? It was good, then, wasn't M"
"Yes, but, blamo tho old scamp, I had
the nightmare nil night. "Chicago Times.
1'hotographle vlows of tho city of Lincoln,
publlo buildings, binlnem houses and line
residences In book form, pretty souvenirf,
may I hi had at tho WeW Printing Co., 11,'IA
N street, price fifty cents.
With His Thumb.
hoy is snld to liao saved tlio Netherlands
from Inundation. Multitudes have heeu
saved from tin; Invasion of disease hy a
bottle of Ayci's Harsaparillu. This medicine
liiipaits tout; to the system and strengthens
ccry in gau 3iid llhre of the liody.
" 1 have taken a gleat ih-al of medicine,
but nothing has done me so much good as
Ayer's Hartnparllla. I cxci lenced Its hene
flelal elleets hcfoie I had ipilto llnlshed one
bottle, and I eau ficely testily that it Is tho
best blood medicine I know of." I,. V.
Ward, sr., Woodland, Texas.
"Confined to an olllrc, as I am, from ono
year's end to another, witli little or no out
door exercise, I find great help In Ayer's
Harsap.ullla, which I hae used for several
years, and am at present using, with excel
lent results. It enables me to keep nlwnys
nt my JMist, enjoying the host of health."
II. C. Karnes, Maiden, Mass.
DK. J. 0. AVER & CO., Lowoll, Mass.
Huld by Drum;!'!. t1,lx5. Worth $5n bottle.
Week commencing Monday, Nov. 17,
A CONOItKHH OK NOVKIl'IKH
HA VON A.
Hhe walks tn tho air
Throws the Assegai
II IU (MIKIIKK.
Is an Arah Chief
Is n Japanese Vntor-color Artist
TIIK KOY IIKOtf.
W I mm i i'.i
f They lire all at the Musee tills week,
(HI AN-1) HI-.K'IIIKM
10c Admits to All ! 10c
Silks and Satins
In Great Profusion, in all the
At Popular Prices.
1 1. 1 1 and 1
DR. H. K. KER7VYAN
Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform ! No Kther I No Gas I
A Eull Set of Teeth on Eubber for $5.00.
All Fillings at the Lowest Rates.
DR. H. K. KERMAN" Rooms 9' B,,rr H,ock
Largest and Finest
HAVE TUB MOST
Ever Shown in Lincoln.
All we ask is a call and we feel confident that wc can
please you, both in style, quality and price. Wc buy direct
from the manufacturer for our wholesale trade and len retail
stores -consequently get lower prices than other houses that
buy for but one store.
See our New Fall Stock ot Suits, Underwear,
Hats, Gloves and Neckwear.
1017 O Street.
z xr- ifi
S ,- A
1,1,3 O Street,
Stock in Lincoln.
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and Suh'.riptioii Aent, 1 101 N St.
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