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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1891
Chicago and Erie R. R.
(Lain Chicago A Atlnntlo U'y.)
In Connection with tlic
FOH.MH TIIK ONLY LINK
Chicago and New York
Under One Manairoment.
The Through Train ot this I'notctweciiChl.
cago ami New York aro run rwlld, twin
avoiding nmioynnco and cc-MUMon
of clmnglng cant or inltilng
Vestibule Limited Service
Vontlljuled Limited lYalnisconsUtliiftor Hag-
gngo, Hinoklng and Uny Concho, with
Pullman Dining and HlcoiilngOnrn
(heated by Meant, lighted by gn),
over Milt Lines
Every Day In the Year.
Pullman Service to Boston.
A Pullman Huii'et Hleoplng Car to and from
Hoilon itolly vlii thU route.
Thin Ii tho ONLY MNK llunnlng l'ullman
Car between Chicago nnd Huston.
To Columbus, Ohio, and Anhland, Ky.
Pullman Sleeping Car between Chloago and
above Points dally.
Trains Arrlvo and I.oave Dearborn Station,
For further Inrormittlou, call on the nearest
llnllroad Ticket Agent, or address
W O'RlnMnoa, A H Taokir, D I Robtrti,
Qoii.Pas4.Agt. Oen.Mgr. A.O.P.Agt.
New York. Clevelnnd Chicago
Santa Fe Route !
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
TheTopdlar 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 Cit and PUEBLO, COLORADO
SPRINGS, and DENVER. Short
- Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains Between Kanbas City nnd
Galveston. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Points
The Only Line Running Through the
OKLAHOMA COUNTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan Handle. For Maps and
Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
E. L. PALMER. Passenger Agent,
411 NY. Life Building,
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Gutting and Shampooing
Ladles L'm Or. I.i) line' l'rlodlviil
Pills from Purls, France. That positively 10
llovo suppressions, monthly derangements
and Irregularities caused by cold, ucakuess,
shock, anomlu, or general nervous debility.
The large proportion of Ills to which ladles
and mls-es aro liable Is tho direct result ofa
disordered or Irregular menstruation. Sup
pressions continued result In blood poisoning
und iiulck consumption. 'J puclcugo ortt lor
IV Sent direct on receipt of price. Sold
In Lincoln by II. W. Brown, druggiu.
BE A MAN
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
mrier m iorm i-mauhiiii ii win
St tBiloiu wen mt ...Lou for iiiIiui ram thtt
put? Mjiti Dirio wtrtpoitodmb.
Emit MAN eta fet ItEONa
tad VIOOBOCB It til rtiBtclt.
YQUNQ MEN OR OLD,
mB.rlof from MlftVOVI 01.
ihliti, lou or rtiiitf u
kood, rhriletl KtMliti, ll.&Ll
Worrr. Blunt. 4 Dx.los .at. or
lr FlkBOMAL WEAKMItl. cm bt
r.lLr.4 to riRFZOT HEALTH tal
tkt MOBLI V1TALITT of STROMO
MIR, tkt rrllt tl rowtr of Nttloti.
We claim by yrsrs of practice by
our exclualv mtth'xls a uniform
MUKuroLY or bdcozii" in treat-
i, ., . h ABIetlooitf Mn. Tt-ttltnonlaU
' from bo states and Territories.
OUR NEW IOOK KliWof tfiaAf oii
MINT. Tot eta In FOLLT RIITOKID at Tkoaiawll
biti ikf s BtaA Mr ttttlmoaltlt. Adtrmtt tat
RIB MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N.Y
Lincoln, : Nbiiu aska.
Officers and Directors:
John II. Wright, Pre. T. K. Sanders, V.-P-
J. II. McClny, Cashier.
A 8 Itaymond, II l t.au, Then Cochran K
H Sltor, ChM West, F I. Sheldon.
General Banking Business Transacted.
Lincoln Shirt Factory
To 1402 O Street.
In Its new location this establishment will
huvo better facilities than over for turning
out first-class work, nnd an Increased Hue of
Gent' Furnishing Mood will always be on
Halo. To our business has been added n
LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENT
In which garments of nil kinds will bo made
to order nnd anything from tho smallest un
dergarment to tho finest Dress or Cloak will
bo skillfully executed nnd made on short
notice. In this department wo employ one
of tho best cutters and litters In tho country
nnd satisfaction Is guaranteed In every par
ticular. Our factory will hereafter be known
at tho .1
Lincoln Shirt Mfg. Co.
A. KaUoustclu, Sr., Manager.
Call nnd see us. Cor. I Hb and O Sts
We are especially welljprepared to laun
dry, Lace Curtains, Ladles Garments, Fine
Falnlcs Etc, having special methods for
doing this work not only satisfactory in
appearance, but without Injury to garments
Giatlem.ii's Shirts, Collars and Gaffs,
and all kinds of Fine Staich work beautiful
done up. Give us a trial.
Flno Ilust Cabinets 3 per dozen. Special
rates to students. Call and see our work.
Studio, 1214 O Street.
Open from 10 a. in. to 4 . in. Sundays.
J. S. EATON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office: 239 South Eleventh St.
Office Phone 561. Residence Phone 562
CNACQUAINTKD WITH TH OCOGAAPHV OF Tt't COUNTRY WILL OUTAlK
M JCM NOMMATlON MOM A tTUOY Of THIS MAP Of TMI
The DIRECT B0UTE to and from CinCACC,
BOCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, DES M0INE3
COUNCIL BLVTF8. WATEUTOWN, BIOU.
FALLS. MINNEAPOLIS. BT. PAUL, ST. JCS
EPII. ATCHISON. LEAVENWORTH. 1CANBAI
CITY. TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO PP'NOt
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
cf Through Concho., Slt-eper., Free Reclining
Chair Cart nnd Dlnlntf Cirt dally between CHI
CAGO. DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS nnd
OMAHA, nncl between CHICAGO nnd DEFVKH.
COLORADO SPRINGS nnd PUEBLO via St.
Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka.
Via The Albert Lea Router
Fnt Express Trains dally between Ohlonito
und Mlnnenpolli nnd St. Pnul, with THROUGH
Recllnlntr Chnlr Cars (FREE) to nnd from those
points nnd Kansas City. Through Chair Cnr
and Sleeper between Peorln, Spirit Lako nud
Bloux Falls via Rock Island.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Informa
tion, apply nt any Coupon Ticket Office, or addrett
E. 8T. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Ocn'l Manager, Qon'l Tkt, & Pas. Agt.,
A.M ISSTITCTK of l't.NSUMI
Kliortliuml, nml Tyis-wrltliig, U slio hot nud luiyi't
i.'iilrtfn In tlui West, hii htudpiits 111 littciiiliiiui. Inn
e-r. Students iirepart-d ior IiiiIiiim Id from .tto'J
monlht. KtIi-iicsI fnvillty 1'iTsoual Initrui-tlou.
Ut-uutirul Illu1lr11t.1l cntalok-iie. eolleKft jniirnaU, nnd
tneclmeut of peuinnulilp, wnt free by inlilrelii
UU.IIlRIDOi; & ROOSE, Lincoln, Neb
SIIHI.KI ),., t trim m.l 1 Jchn It.
OoodwIn.lroj.N ..IMOlk fyr Ul Itr.dr
you tn.r t ink. t, murh, tut M. r.n
tr.rh youquUkly dow lor. 111 tromtf&t.
$10 t Jiy .1 lb. .t.rl, tJ moir a.)ou go
"i. iivii, ,.,, (11 ..r. ,nnyiioi
Amrrtct. you 1.11 coiuiurnr. .1 linn... vitr.
luff ftll your l!lii,bi .r. liioliirnll otil) lis
Hi. woik Alll.iiro (lir.t .r St III fir
tt.ryvtorkrr .tin ou. rurnl.tilnc
jmylhlnr I.AHIIA.bl I VlUl.i Ir.rnnl,
1'Alfl ICUl.AUrt 1 ttK ;. td.lr.M ftt onct,
bllMrUS 10,, ItKIL Ml, BAIU?
Tli 1 Wn,0i?UAfloU to ,0J"' BinitlUH, O.T.A.
fL , J.V 1. tt. IU. eitlojtiro. anil reoelre. iita. puld,
Tea Vest ser oack. one or man
GbiGago.Rock Island & Pacific Ry
KNEW A THING OR TWO.
tint Old Doctor Was Posttd nn tlif fiiul
lir Knd of lilt I'rotVitliiii,
The young doctor had n fair practice nnd
tho old 0110 had n good one, hut as neither
needed a down town olllco all the tlino tho
father Miggcatcd that thuy should pool
Issues and rent one between them,
Tho young man agreed It was it good
thing for him ho thought and hurried olT
to have a suitable sign painted. When de
livered It read like thlst
: 1)11. T. S. WHITK, :
: orrtcK uouits: lo a. u to I v. m, :
i mi. x. D. whiti:. :
; orncr. nouns: 1 i. m. to 4 i. m, :
The old man looked It over and shook his
"It won't do, my boy," ho unld. "Yom
haven't that business Instinct that hail
mado your old father so successful. Yon
may le a good doctor, hut when it couiea
to signs you keep your eyo on the old
Then ho put tho sign tinder his arm and
walked out. , An hour later ho came hack
; nit. WHITK. " :
: 01-ricK nouns: :
! to A. M. TO 4 1'. 11. :
"There you are," ho said, proudly, "Now
we catch your patients or mine, no matter
what hour they come. We catch them
morning or afternoon. No use putting a
sign up that'll steer tho patients of either
one of us nway when tho other's sitting In
side waiting to tinker them up. Medicine
Is one tiling, my hoy, nnd business Is
another. This Is business."
Then tho old man tacked tho sign up on
tho door, and caught otiu of tho young
man's patients the llrst thing.
"That's tho way to keep 'em In tho fam
ily," ho chuckled. "If I had a few more
boys Dr. White's olllco hours would bo
from 1. a. in. to 12 p. in. Chicago Tribune.
A man on a bench in City Hall park had
bought it newspaper of a newsboy and was
turning It about In his hands when his
"pard" awoko from n brief slumber and
"Now, there yo go agalnl I low ninny
times havo I got to tell yo that httylu'
papers don't payf"
"lint I want to rend," protested tho
"But yo can't read. Nohodyovcr showed
ye how to read."
"I can inako out easy words."
"But what's easy words goln' to do for
ye? Ye go over In JerKey nnd tramp and
come to u school house. Nobody ain't
homo und yo pries up 11 winder and climbs
In. Yo want to smnkonboHt then nud yo
hunts around then nml tears a leaf out ofa
'rlthnietleorspellln' hook ami lights yer
old plpo nml goes to sleep. In about half
an hour yo wakes tip nud the school Iioiimo
is nil allro and yo have to dig out nnd make
tracks for ten miles."
"Weill'" (lueried tho other.
"Well, ye dually arrive In New York nnd
take n sent here nnd yer so anxious to
show of! that yer eddecnted that yo'vo got
to go nnd buy a paper nud spend 'null
money to keep us in tobacco fur a whole
week. I sny, quit it. Don't yo do it agin
or yer no pard of mine!" New York Hvcn
Two Strings In lilt How.
A musical man, accompanied by a hand
organ and n child, has been giving per
formances for tho past week on the streets
of New York. After he had twisted ono of
tho Beethoven, soul stirring symphonies
out of the instrument of torture, the artist
sent the child among the crowd. A gen
tleman disgorged a nickel.
"I vauts nnoder nickel," lisped tho child.
"Dot nickel you put tlot cup in vns for tie
mooslc, but mine filthier Mi n professional
peggar besides," Texas Sittings.
Teachers in tho public schools have very
frequent illustrations of pecu'lur associa
tion cf ideas in the minds of their pupils.
At a recent examination In geography lit
onu of the public schools the te.tcher asked
"What valuable things aro taken out of
the earth?" Much to her amazement ouu
young hopeful Immediately replied:
"Clams nnd mummies." Boston Times,
Art mid Nature.
Husband What was that you wero play
ing, my dearf
Wife-Dltl you like It?
"It was lovely! tho melody divine, the
"It is the very thing I plnyed last even
ing, and you said it was horrid."
"Well, tho steak was burned last even
ing. "-New York Weekly.
Itoom at the Top.
Ambitious Youth Do you know of nny
way by which young writora like myself
cau mnku money In literature)'
Magazine Editor Uni there is one.
"I nm delighted to hear that. Whnt
would you ndvlsef"
"Keep n newsstnnd." Good News.
Tramp Please lent! me your fan, lady;
Latly Whut makes you fnlntr
Tramp I Just saw a schooner working
Its way up tho river. Truth1
llnvlnc the Advantage of Him.
Mr. Hoy Polloy (extending his hand)
Howdy do; don't you remember .1110 Hoy
Mr. Haulton Oh er, yes Polloy un
usual iiamo that stuck; hut your face is
such a common one it really escaped me,
you know. Life.
"Havo you got your house fixed, Uncle
"My house fixed, Frank? What house?"
"Your house. I heard pop sny there was
something the mutter with your upper
itory." Philadelphia Times
Hum It Kelt.
Brown I'tl have this infernal tooth out
If I weit) Miru It wouldn't hurt too much.
Mis, Brown Make up your mind, my
dear, that you will feel just about as much
pain as you do when you give me n little
money to ;ro shopping. Kpoch.
Thn I.I in It rteneliril.
WIllUr-.Matuum, don't they kcopcrcatu
nt n creniuory?
"And they sell hens nt n hennery, don't
"Yes. Hun out and play, dearie."
"Anil they make cans at a cannery, don't
"Yes. Don't bother mniumii nny mora
Just now, Wllllo. 1 am busy."
"You can buy puts nt n pottery, can't
"Willie, If you don't hush I shall havo to
(Silence for about sixteen seconds,
"Maiuiua, If I wanted to buy 11 dog would
I have to go to a doggery?"
"William. I shnll certnlnly"
"If 1 should go to a tannery and get some
tnn would they throw In tho freckles,
Wliackl Wlmckl WhncklJ-ChlcnjtJ
llutluest It lliiilneii,
"Aro you tho man who removes
"I nm, sir.'
"Well, then, remove about a third
A Liberal Cleric.
An Austin colored pastor named Dlrdso
has made himself very unpopular with
Jim Webster. Ho was passing the house
of .niu Webster, on Austin avenue, when
tho proprietor called him In.
"Come, parson, and hah n piece oh cake
nml 11 glass ob wine. DIs henh nm my hull
The reverend gentleman accepted the
Invitation. There was n largo uncut cakt
on tho tabic, nml the clergyman was urged
to cut it.
"Wliar shall 1 cut It?" ho asked, takiiiu.
up tho knlfu and looking at tho cake In a
Ijowlltlored sort of a way.
"You kin Jess cut hit wharober you
"Which? Say dat olmr onco monli."
"Jess cut hit wlmrober yer sees (It, pur
son." A smile, lit up the dusky features of the
humble toiler ot tho Lord's vineyard, nml
ho remarked fervently:
"I'so much ohleeged to yer, .Teems. 1
b'k'uve do lies' place to carve dls henh nm
In tie seclusion oh my own house," nud
wrapping up the caku In a newspaper, lie
carried it olT under his arm. Texas Sitt
ings. Almost Hunting with Talent.
Great Architect Good morning Mr.
Suburb. Think of building another house
Mr. Suburb No. I called to Inquire it
you wouldn't tnko my sou as 11 student In
your olllco. With tho right tralnlug, he'll
be a flue architect some day.
"Has he shown nny marked tnlont foi
"Talent? He's overflowing with archl
tectum! talent. I wish you could sea tin
hencoop bn put up for mo last week."
"Humph! What Is there rcmarkablt
"Ho designed it for n $10 hencoop and I ft
cost &I50." Good News.
Sliiiikeeilng In the Suburbs.
Suburban Customer Klghtcentsa yard.
Is thnt tho best you can do?
Suburban Merchant It is, ma'am. Cost
mo seven and a half.
Suburban Customer 1 won't pay it. 1
can get exactly tho Biuno thing in the cltj
for seven cents.
Goe away Indignantly, spends twenty
cents for car fare, sacrifices half 11 day, and
saves fourteen cents In tho purchase of a
roll of calico. Chicago Tribune.
A Itetlsetl Opinion,
"I was plenseil to cnll thnt enko of yours
n perfect symphony, as you may remem
ber," said young Mr. Pitts, about two
hours after dinner.
"I want to revise that expression. I feel
now as though I had swallowed a whole
Wagnerian opera." Indianapolis Journal.
The M stilled Walter.
Gent I can't drink this soup.
Walter takes away the howl and fetches
Gent I can't tnko this soup, either.
Walter Beg your pardon, sir; why not,
Gent Because you haven't brought men
spooul Humoristische Blatter.
"Tills seems like one of tho old fashioned
one ring performances, dearest, doesn't It?"
he whlsered ns ho slipped the goldeu cir
clet on her linger.
"I don't know, Harry," sho answered
dubiously, "but I am afraid there will lie
something of n circus when you speak to
papa." Chicago Tribune.
Tin, .Social Whirl.
Trotler Whnt has hecouui of Struckilo?
When I left ho was making desperate ef
forts to get into tho first society.
Homer By the time ho k'ot in, tho people
who then composed the best society had
, hur&tctl up, so he Is now its badly olT as he
, was before. .uv ork Weekly.
I A Crisis.
Chappie Mnwn, Cholly. How's Polhnm
1 Cholly Vewy low, deah boy. He was at
1 tacked by n second nud more suvcsih itleah
last night, ami he's dweadful weak today.
I A Measure of Intensity.
I Widow of lauded proprietor (showing n
new suitor over her estates) Well, wknt
1 do you think of this property?
I Suitor My admiration for you grows
I with every klloinettu! Chroulqiio.
, Not it Itapld Counter.
Parmer Pat, illtl you count all tho pigs
t when von diove them into tho ynnl.
! Pat Yls, sor 01 did, all but wan, nn ho
run so fast that 01 couldn't count him,
sor. Texas Sift tugs.
No Help Fur It.
Artist How do you like tho portrait?
Sitter Well, I don't exactly like the
Artist Neither do I but It's yours.
I Harper's Bazar.
Q0 YOU WANT to reach steady
u and liberal purchasers in
this part of the Country?
WE HAVE advertising space for
onto 'it rnfionnohln nn "r
sale at reasonable,
H. W. BROWN
The Choicest line of PcrfunK'S. D. M, Ferry V Finest
Flower ;inc' Garden Seeds.
127 South Eleventh street.
SIDEWALK AND BUILDING
I m m M m m m W
Most Popular Resort in the City.
S. J. ODELL, Pkoi'iukiok.
-o 1528 O STREET. o-
Meals 25 cts.
HlfHiiHlin!I i n
- w ill iiHiimim 11 a
Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis,
Ami all (lolntH
Denver and. the Pacific Coast,
DeadwooJ, Lead Gity, the Celebrated Hot Springs of Dakota
And all ).olnu In tin- lllark 1 1 III-.
THROUGH VESTIBULE TRAINS
DENVER, OMAHA CHICAGO
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car?.
Reclining Chair Cars, Seats Free.
Famous Burlington Dining Cars.
Bremen, Hamburg, Berlin, Ylenna, Paris, London, Havre,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin, Londonderry and all European Points.
CANjllKM'l.E UKACIIKD IIY Till-
An It romief tkvlUi all the'voiiular lliu-oi" oeenn Mviiiiikhli".
A. 0. ZIKMKIt, City Pan. Ant.. Lincoln. - FltANCI.-, Oen, Pan. Aiit.. Onmlia, Nf It
not "cheap," rates.
$4.50 per Week.
Nebraska's leading Hotel.,
Cor. 11th anil Harney Ht.,
All Modern liiiprovcinelitN nud
B, SILIOWAY, Pto-rletor.
IRA IIIQBY, Principal Clerk
St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Kust mill Houth,
" U'U .nlllll ink.
TT.1l ' IHM . 1
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