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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1891
Chicago and Erie R. R.
(Lnto'Chlcngo A'Atlantlo ll'y.)
In Connection with the
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
h Ul Tkam.
A norvous woman was on lionrd a Maine
Ctntrnl train tho oilier day, on her way to
Auburn. At uvury station she JuiiihmI up
and nskfd, "Is this Auhttruf" although
tho tiowslmy had assured her nftcii that
she should bo no tilled when thnt place wa
At hut tho plnca wiv reached, tho tiamo
at tho stntlou was called, nnd, a It hap
pened, tho newsboy wo. near at hand.
"l)o I lo I do I leave tho cars hcrof"
Inquired tho niixloit passenger.
"Yc, ma'am," answered tho newsboy,
"unlcs you wish to lake thorn with you."
Tho lady looked several volumes nt hltn
nnd slammed thu door a sho went out.
me of the Annoyance Attendant Vpmn
Wr Din It. Dill llnrUnka. tho mnle
whacker tin the other nldo of tho creek, I
trylnn to nmko n grent mystery of tho fact
that he got ft doso of bird shot In this town
the other evening. Ho say that aomo ono
certainly attempted to wwajlnto him ft
ho was riding along Cheyon'iio street nt
midnight, nnd ho think of offering a re
ward of WOO for tho arrest of tho wretch.
William It simply playing tho public,
ho can't play us. Wo had just strctohod
out on our cot Thursday night, nnd thu
hour was abont 13, when Bill enmo along
on his old dromedary. Wo heard hint cuss
lug while ho wn yet a long ways olT.
When he reached thu office ho dismounted
and hunted up a club, nnd was nbout to
mash In a window when wo (wppurud hint
Q0 YOU WANT to reach steady
u and liberal purchasers in
this part of the Country?
Lincoln, : Nebraska.
Officers ami Directors. '
John II. Wright, Trc. T. K. Banders, WI-
J. II. McCtny, Cashier.
A 8 Knyinond, It I tall, Tho Cochran K
H Hlier, Chai West, K L HlFoldon.
General Banking Business Transacted.
WE HAVE advertising space for
onto nt roQonnririln rtnt "i
Chicago and New York
sale at reasonable, not "cheap," rates.
Under One Mnnngemcnt.
Lincoln Floral Conservatory
The Through Train ot this Lino between Chi-
cngo nud New York nre run aolld, thin
avoiding nnnoynnco nnd conntalon
of clinnglnK enr or mining
Corner G and 17th Streets.
Vestibule Limited Service
Votlhulc(l Limited Train, connljtlng of Hftg-
gngo, Hmoklng unit Day Conchoy. with
Pullman Dining nnilHIoonlngOnr
(hented hy steam, lighted hy gns),
;kover thl Lines
Every Day In the Year.
Pullman Service to ItoSton.
A Pullman DuiCet Sleeping Cor to nnd from
llotton il'illy via thU route
Thl It tho ONLY MN'Klltunnlng irullmnn
Car between Chicago nnd Uonton.
To Colninlii,;Ohlo, nnd Aahlnnd, Ky.
Pullman Sleeping Car betweonl Chicago nnd
nbovu Point dally.
Trntn Arrive nnd Leave Dearborn Station,
For further Inforiniitlon, cnll on tho nearel
Knllrond Ticket Agent, or nddrc
W 0 Blaeanon, A M Taoker, D I Robert,
Gen. I'm. At. Gen.Mgr. A.O.I. Agt.
New York. Cleveland. Chlciigo
Santa Fe Route !
Atchisop, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
The Popular Route to the Pacific
Through Pullman and Tourist
Between Kansas City and SAN DIEGO,
LOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN
CISCO. Short Line Rates to .
Double Dally Train Service Between
Kansas Clt and' PUEBLO, COLORADO
SPRINGS, and DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains Between Kansas City and
Galveston. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Point
The Only Line Running Through the
OKLAHOMA COUNTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan Handle. For Mans and
Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
E. L. PALMER. Passenger Agent,
411 N.Y. Life Building,
A 15 MjShVt
FOR 10 GEM
BURR : BLOCK.
Ladle Uh Dr. I.f lino' I'orloillcnl
Pills from Pari, Trance. That positively re
Hnvn uimnroNsloiiH. inniithlv deraueeinenta
and Irregulurltlen caused by cold, weakness,
Rliock, anemia, or general ncrvou tieiuiny.
Tho large proportion of Ills to which ladle
and mlrfos are liable Is the direct result of a
disordered or Irregular menstruation. Hup.
presBlons continued result In blood polwoulug
utid quick consumption. U- package or3 for
15. Hoilt dliect on receipt of price. Hold
hi Lincoln by II. W. llrown, druggist.
f flOOO.OOft )tr Itbrlnff mU tjr John It.
(ioolMn,lr"f .nl fit fvr ut Itrailar,
you limy iioi make inufh.bul ran
ch yiHjqukhly liow tuiam (it-miJtr
VlUtUlfll 111 II III, RIIU 1IIUIF iijou go
on, Hviuivita.au agrt map) noi
inrrlri. you ran cviniiitiirr at tiuuif . ut.
lug all )fur tliuv,rr rv luuinrtiUonlyto
the Muik All U iitH hi rut ay M KK Ut
tttrr vurktr W atari ou. furnithlnr
vtiythliir. KAHIIA.M'tHUU lrucr.
J-AlflKLXAJtH HIF .. til.lretaatonra,
b.lbOM 10., 1KTL Ml, AlftK7
A pamphlet of Information and b-
lirClUK IDO iaWB,VUUTCIIlK uun wn
Obtain faiania, laTeaii. -irnuofl
s.uurii, uoprngni, rou irti..
CutElowers and "Resigns
For Weddings, Funerals, Parties,
General Collection of Plants.
Visitors Always Welcome. City Orders
by Telephone Promptly Filled.
W. S.SAWYER & CO.
Price List Free. Telephone 34
Lincoln Shirt Factory
To 1402 O Street.
In Its new locution thl ettahllttlimeiit will
have better fur lilt leu than over for turnlnir
out tlrst-class work, and an Increased Hue of
Gents' Furnishing Goods will always be on
rnilo. To our business hat been added a
LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENT
In which garments of nil kinds will ho mndo
to order mid anything from the smallest un
dergnriueut to tho linen I)ret or Cloak will
bo skillfully executed nnd mndo on short
notice. In this department wo entnloy one
oft bo host cutters and titters In tho country
nnd satisfaction Is guaranteed In every par
ticular. Our factory will hereafter bo known
Lincoln Shirt Mfg. Co.
A. Katzcnstetn, 8r., Mnnngcr.
Cnll and seo us. Cor. tltliand O His
-f- SUPERIOR f-
We are especially welljprepared to laun
dry, Lace Curtains, Lndies Garments, Fine
Fabrics Etc, having special method for
doing this work not only sntisfactery in
appearance, but without injury to garments
GjitUnun's Shirts, C)llars anl Caffs,
and all kinds of Fine Staich work beautiful
done up. Give us a trial.
Fine llust Cabinets ) per dozen. Hpeclal
rates to students. Cnll and see our work.
Studio, 1214 O Street.
Open from 10 a. m, to 4 p. m. Hundays.
j. S. EATON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office: 239 South Eleventh St.
Office Phone 561. Residence Phone 562.
AND IN8TITCTK OK 1'KNMAXIIir.
?-!'Vir.'j!!li,!.l;ift"l,..T)'l'owl'l"l"';u tlie " "d lureitt
h.,r "sin l'",.W,,,' 'JNtuiients la attrlidaneeliut
M....V.I,. ,... .,,v' '."."' ",r u"ines in irnin .lion
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"eclmeiu of .'umuihlji, win f rctt liy mliln lng
WLUUUIUaE ft ItOOSE. Lincoln. Neb
"T"i. . 5.?.,,J,Sujmo, to "." MBurui, o.T.A.
it ;... .' ..ipiro. ana rmiv. nottua natd.
0Mt d of card you .r.rT hanJlSd.
WK I'RN'EIIRD HtM.
with n handful of lino shot kept on hand
for such emergencies. We hardly bolluved
any of them would get through tho buck
skin nnd dirt, but It seems they did, nnd
hu had to have n doctor pick them out.
Tho best thltiK BUI can do Is to keep shut.
Ho attempted n smart trick and Kot loft,
and there isn't n man this slilu of Toinlc
stouc who would havo cared If nil tho shot
had gono clean throtiKh him nnd Ills drom
CALL Him Off. ir tho so called Major
Skinner, who has Ion-fed nrouuil this town
for thu last six mouths, ha any friends
who have his welfare nt heart, they will
cnll him oil tho erch. It scums tho major
bos been laylnn his pipes for office, nnd
that our article of two weeks ago, nskltiK
him where hu stolo his last cow, has some
what clouded his prospects. lie now
threatens to shoot us on sight, nnd wa
seen nt tho postofllco yesterday with n big
revolver buloiiKihK to Luku Hlgglns.
Wu retrrct these little ununynticoo, but if
they must Ihj met wo are not tho man to
shrink from the task, Tomorrow nfter
noon, after our first form kocs to prtws
and wo work off 200 miction bills, wo shall
trap on our gun nnd take n walk. If
Major Skinner has departed from Tucson
bo tuny live to bo n hundred years old; If
ho hasn't ho will mnko No. 10 in our pri
vate grnvoynrd, This is official, nnd come
right from headquarters.
Poou OLD Man I Tho wheezy, broken
backed press owned by our esteemed co
temporary fell to pleees tho other dnyns hu
was netting ready to work his outside
form, nnd as .soon ns wo heard of tho acci
dent we tendered him tho use of ours. He
gratefully accepted, but, nlasl no act of
kindness or generosity can chnngo thu
leopard's spots! His circulation, while
given as 3,550, Is in reality only I!S0. Hu
hadn't thu manhood nbout him to bring
along his 2S0 sheets of white paper and de
pend on our honor, but ho hku n cart nnd
drives up with two whole bundles, nnd
then pretends ho has run short. Two men
were kept hard at work nil day, nnd hun
dreds of sheets of paper wore recklessly
wasted, that thu old hypocrite nnd falsifier
might flatter himself that we were deceived.
Wo don't like such men. Wo can't believe
they nro nu ornament to 11 growing west
No Boom. Wu undcrstnnd thnt several
real estate firms in this town have com
bined to get up n Iwom nnd mnku things
jump. In fact, they offered us a half page
ad. for this week, but wu didn't take It.
As an individual wu miglit client n man
from Omaha nt poker, but as an editor we
can't be hired to help swiudlo our sub
scribers. In order to offset thu machina
tions of this syndicate we wish to say
Wo have got tho fag end of onu railroad
here, nnd neither want nor will over bo able
to get anything more.
Society Is not cultivated. Such a thing
as (i toothbrush or 11 votumuof poems found
on a man licit: would hung him
The land around thu town is ho poor that
It takes nine feet of it over 11 dead mule to
hold the carcass down.
It is not a trado center. Wo havo tho
Digger Indian on three sides of us, nnd a
lnrgo family of coyotes ou tho fourth.
The climate wobbles all over creation,
making the demand for buffalo skin over
coats nnd linen dusters nbout equal and
It is not a sanitarium for invalids. If
the climate didn't kill 'em our doctors
This is about all, but enough to put our
subscribers on their guard and to clenrour
conscience if ourndvico is not taken. Now,
gentlemen of tho combination, go ahead
with your boomletl M. Quad in New York
No, tills is not tho story of a horso race.
Tho monosyllable that heads this chapter
was hurled by the Marquis do Bllletto at
the head of his errant sou and heir.
"Gol" repented tho proud father. "Let
mu never see your fnco again. Never ngnln
shall your foot cross this threshold. To
think thnt 0110 of your noble name and
llneagu should wed an obscure salesgirl!
Gut thee hence! As long as I live these an
cestral halls shall never Ihj darkened hy
yonr vllo presence. Go starve or steal, I
care not which You can bring 110 uioro
disgrace upon our honored name than you
have already done."
"Yes, I can, fathur," said tho yo.mg man
In n hard, metallic voice, which harmo
nized well wiih tho steely glitter in his
eye and his bru.en front. "Either you for
give me or 1 go to work. You shall hnvo
live minutes in which to decidu."
In four minutes tho haughty nobleman
had found his mind nnd in thirty seconds
more had mndo it up.
"You havo won," said ho. "But llttlu
did I dream of thu depths of depravity in
your nature that you have today revealed."
A gentleman who was visiting ono of tho
public schools iu a Texas towu asked a
bright looking boy
"What profit Is there in nnclent history?"
"About fifty cents, I reckon," was the
"Well, the teacher makes us buy the
books, and wo hnvu to pay n dollar. 1
think hu gets them for fifty cunts, accord
log to my calculation." Texas Sifting
I may Ih "ynllcr."
And colored with fleas,
Cut my pant, thank tho Lord,
Don't bag nt tho knoo.
He Knew III lliialnrm.
Bho came Into it Woodward avenuo gro
cery store nud shipped her basket down on
the lid of n sugar barrel with n crash.
"I got three pound of Inrd hero yester
day," she said, "mid paid cash for It nt
"Yes, ma'am," stuttered tho clerk. "No,
ma'am; wo always mnko n discount for
cash," he said In correction.
"Well, whatever you did," shu wont on,
"I want to say It was short half a pound,
and If it happens thnt way again I'll quit
Hy this time the proprietor had come for
ward, and hu took thu matter In charge.
"Did you say half n pound short, mad
am?" ho politely Inquired.
"Of course, I did; nro you denff"
"No, madam, but I was upon tho third
lloor, nud tho speaking tuliofrnm this floor
has got n win! of nice fresh butter fast In
It; butter Is going up, you know."
"Is It?" she exclaimed. "Well, glvo 1110
flvo pounds right nwny."
"As to the lard, madam," continued the
suave nud portly proprietor, 11 ho noted
down thu order, "I aiuglail that It showed
up so well. That lard Is warranted to
mnku plo erusts, biscuits, pastry nnd every
thing you put it in shorter to thu quantity
used than any lnrd over put on thu market,
but I had no Idea, madam, that it was
equal to making Its own weight short n
half pound In uvury three. Iteally, madam,
I'll gladly glvu you tho extra half pound
for your disinterested, unsolicited testimo
nial to its excellence. 'John' to tho clerk
'wrap up nu extra half pound of lard nnd
put It with tho live pounds of butter for
Mrs. Blank.' Anything olso today, mad
am?" And before sho knew what sho was doing
sho hnd run up n bill of ten dollars mid loft
thu store in good humor, with four or flvo
pretty advertising cards for thu children.
Detroit Free Press.
Tlin Mutter Explained.
Young Hnnkinson (mnkltig n call) You
have hod that parrot a long time, Miss
Miss Laura Yes, wo havo had hltn sev
"Quito Intelligent, Is ho not?"
"Very. He can Imltato almost any
thing." "Thuy havo n remarkably clever parrot
over at tho Casturllus', Miss Laura. It can
Imltato tho sound of n kiss to perfection.
Is thnt among thu accomplishments of our
feathered friend hero iu thu corner?"
(Indignantly): "No, sir. Hu does not nt
tempt an imitation of a Round he is not ac
customed to hear, Mr. Hnnkinson."
Tho Pnrjrot Wult, George, dear, till 1
tnko this bird out of thu room. Chicago
Getting Out or It.
Tho llttlo six-year-old daughter of a
Buffalo lawyer extricated herself from a
difficulty the other day with tact. Sho hnd
Just recovered from u long illness, nud sat
bolstered up In lied feebly counting her
pennies. Sho decided tlmt there were
twonty-nlno, nnd her papa gave her nnothcr
to make the number thirty. letter her
mother helped her to count them nnd they
found thirty-ono. Thu father then entered
a protest nud asked her to return his
I penny, as shu had obtained It under fnlse
pretenses. Shu looked up in doubt from
tuu 111.uu pne 01 pennies 10 ner miner nnu
"I 'dess I can't glvo It back to you, for I
can't tell which ono you gavo me."
My Laity' Hulr.
It U not dark llko raven night:
Nor Is it fair;
Nor Is It burnished with tho light
Tliut bronzed tho hair
Of those fair Saxon maids of old.
Of whom thu minnesinger told
And sung ulth sweet Inspired How
Ho long ago!
It hath a sutct, hypnotla sinoll
Of Mowers rare,
That wove about my brntn a spell
This Incensed enure!
I worshliwd but tho charm for me
Has vanished. In n dream I seo
My lady's hair colled tenderly
Upon n chair!
-C. O. Itogcra in Detroit Free- Preaa
A Grent Future Ilefure This Hoy.
, Mr. Flgg What on earth Is all that yell
1 Tommy It's me, paw. I nm hollering
llko n locomotive I'm tho bent hollcrur In
Mr. Figg I seo nothing to Imj proud of
Tommy But I do. paw. When us boys
piny cars with Johnnie Brlgg's wagon, I
got to sit In thu wngon and yell, while the
other boys do the pulling. Indianapolis
Jobntilu Wasn't Hurry.
"1 am truly sorry, Johnnie," said tho
1 friend of tho family, meeting tho llttlo boy
1011 thofctreer, "to learn that your father's
house was burned down yesterday Was
I nothing saved?''
1 "Don't you wustu uo grief on me," re
plied Johnnie. "All of paw's old clothes
were burned up iu that lire, and maw can't
inako any of 'em over for mo this time,
I'm nil right l"-Troy Press.
I entering It Up.
"You bad boy, you havo mndo n grease
I spot 011 tho new sofa with your bread mid
'butter," said Mrs Fizzletop to her sou
J "Never mind, ma, you can sit on It when
I there U company In the parlor." Texas
H. W. BROWN
The Choicest line of Perfumes. D. M. Ferry V Finest
Flower unc' Garden Seeds.
127 South Eleventh street.
SIDEWALK AND BUILDING
Most Popular Resort in the City.
Odell's New Dining Hall,
S. J. ODKLL, I'uoi'iiimoK
-o 1528 O STREET. o
Meals 25 els. $4.50 per Week.
TUB DIltBCT LINK TO
Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Ai.d all points Knot nnd Kouth,
Deliver and the Pacific Coast,
Deadwoou, Lead City, the Celebrated Hot Springs of Dakota
Anil all polut In the lllack Mill-,
THROUGH VESTIBULE TRAINS
DENVER, OMAHA CHICAGO
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car.
Reclining Chair Cars, Seats Free.
Famous Burlington Dining Cars.
Bremeo, Hamburg, Berlin, Vienna, Paris, London, Havre,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin, Londonderry and all European Points.
can lir.sTiu: ltr.AciiBit by tub
A it coiineeth'.wlth nlltheiopuhir lliirf ocum Kteanmhlp.
A. C. ZIBMBlt, City r. Ant., I.lueoln. -'. 1'IIANCIS, Oen, l'n. Atst.. Oninhn, Neh
Nebraska's Leading Hotel.
Cor. 13th nnd Harney Hti,,
OUAIIA, .1 X-TXTJB.
AH Modem Improvements nnd
B. BILLOW AY, Pio-rletor.
IRA MOBY, Principal Clerk
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