Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, August 08, 1891, Page 7, Image 7

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Chicago and Brie R. R.
't.nlo Chicago A Atlantic Il'y.)
.In Connection with the
Erie Railway
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Chicago and New York
Under Onu Muiuwtneiil.
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nVouutiK nniioyiiin-u i"i-
Vestibule Limited Service
Vostlbuled Limited Trains. constMIng f
gniso, Smoking lui.l I n- 01" '?, with
ullnmn Dining ami Sleeping Oars
hentwl hy steam, lighted ly gin),
()LT tills 1,1110
livery Day In the Year.
Pullman Service to Boston.
A l'uUmnn lluifcl Sleeping Car to nmf from
Hoston il-illy via this, roiito.
This Is tho ONLY MNi: Htinnliig I'ullmiin
Unr between Chicago iml Hoston.
To Columbus, Olilo.niul Ashland, K.
Pullman Sleeping Cur between Chicago and
ubovo Points dully.
Trains Arrive nnd Leave Dearborn Station,
For further Infoniihtlon, call on tho nearest
Unllrond Ticket Agent, or address
W 0 Rlnearsoa,
Oen. Pass. Ant.
Now York
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D I Robert,
Oen.Mgr. A.O.P.Agt.
Cleveland. Chicago
Santa Fe Route !
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
The Popular Route to the Pacific
Pullman and Tourist
Between Kansas City and SAN DIEGO,
CISCO. Short Line Rates to
Double Dallv Train Service Between
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains Dctucun Knnsas City anil
Galveston. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Hourton, and
all Points
in 'lexas.
The Only Line Running Through the
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan Handle. For Maps ami
Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
or Address
E. L. PALMER, Passenger Agent,
411 N. Y. Life Building,
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Cutting and Shampooing
a Specialty,
I.udli'K Uh Dr. l.i' Diio'it I't'i loillcal
Pllln from 1'nrls, Franco. That ihUIi'I h
liovu Huppresulnns, monthly dcriiugeinunU
and ll regularities caused by cold, Muakliens,
sliock, iiiieinlH, or cuiiorul mirvous ilclilllty.
Tlio lark'e pioporflon of IIIh to which ladles
and iiiIhm'h nro llablo Is tlio direct result ofa
disordered or trroisulur iiienstriiatloii. Hup
prcusloMs continued result In blood polsonlni;
uid quicKcoiistiiiipuoo. . pacKiiue or;i lor
, Mtflll illieci on n'eeipi 01
In Lincoln by II. V. Drown,
price. Sold
A VI1. AFC ! Iiinr1rrthrturilrl
Itricliany Ittilylht liyuit rt nort-itl.r
tl,to rili rrau ml rllr, tint wlio,
ullrr Itulrut iluutwllt wt-ik liittuiilouljr,
h v to earn Ihrrv TltititMiil Hollar
Yrir In tlirlrwn loialhlt uhrmrrllift livr I will ttafurtiUK
lh liuiluatrrtiinlii)tiitiut wMtti f tu rtit rwrn ttf Iim unt
No money fur m unlr mc riful i alton I illy and tuU hlr
Warn I ( lr tr Imt mii wuikrr Irum tat h iHtirli I i r uuty I
liavt alrra ly fUtflit ait I iollil Willi ni ltjii rut a imp
immlivr, U ait itiaktuir ovrr JIUIMI a j-a raid lllV
ml NO 1. 1 II. lull t.Htil.wUrt Fll i;i Al.trral . m ,
i: .l(i;.N, lion. 440. Au$ llii Alitliii'
Qtairkl and WU1V0U8 DUILITt,
WltknwM of Mod w And Mind. ZffaetA
of Brronor KxeMUM in OlA nv Taunv.
Sui. Siki amuiMiu raiit U......J . .. .i.n. .:
tkMl.ul. uf.Ml.f HUSK THatTIKST-MrMlu la4tf,
m Uallf; fnia lit atalra u rnlt tMlrti. Wrtlt !.
Mrtatlit HmI, tislutlln ua prr, atllH (utlHirnt .
The Necessities In the Way f Clothing,
lllatikets, Hilling Titckle, Camp Tool,
Etc. How to Make Fireplace Othel
I'oInU Thnt Will He Valuable.
ISpcclal Correspondence.)
New Youk, July 30. Tlio tendency of
men who go on camping parties to load
themselves with useless linpeiHinentii is
in exact proportion to their greenness in
tho Held. Tlio older nnd more expert
enccd a mnn is, tho less ho believes in
tho beauty of transporting an extra buck
load. More especially is this true ot
camp equipage such a cooking utensils,
tents nnd bedding All that a party of
three or more really need may bo car.
rieu easuy uy mem u uio tent uo saveu
for a second load
To legiti with what n man needs fot
himself, ho should havo ono spare suit
of clothes besides that which ho wear,
three flannel shirts, two pairs of drawers,
six pairs of socks, two pairs of shoes-one
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dozen handkorchiofs, a piece of soup, a
hairbrush and toothbrush and a soft felt
hat, which mako tho clothing outfit.
A sash for tho waist or a strong belt will
servo to keep tho clothes snug. In addi
tion ho will need a rubber blanket nnd a
bag to keep his, clothes in. Tho latter
at night serves for a pillow. For sleep
ing, tho best of all arrangements is the
blanket bag;1 n pair of heavy blankets
sewn up the sides, with enough flannel
added to mako tho whole sufficiently !
long to reach tho waist when pulled over , , , i f mi
tho head. This Is, of course, when the j "' 9 proper y prepared, fill
owner is insldo. Tho pack is made by"0 ? w1,t, lU am h?W "J'T w
placing everything in tho blankets, roll- ove.r V,10 ,0, a?n P t V'1" nt " ht
ink them up tightly, putting the bundle Rn1 ll ft0.! ou V ''?. ,nofr "f
ihftlid rubber blanket and tying or lash-1 w" l wl" b ton ". tno f!0' ,sf
iug tho whole thing. oked Pw'cetly. 'll.U is the method of
This outfit may bo almost Indefinitely tho 1' nnon, than whom no men eat
extended provided ono has trausporta- '""F101 lo"B u , T"8', , . .
tton In boats or wagons, but tho list! When tho tent Is pitched and tho beds
given includes everything necessary for M. lim, U W wdl lo ,lllI1 " ,'rw
a two or three weeks' trip. In case more J,lftCt'- o secret of successful cooking
things are taken, tho first additions cm. s tho use of coals ra her ban
should be pajamas of flannel or Turkish ",l,nu"s ,l j,01" ?f ht- o aUrac
toweling for sleeping in. These aro ex-1 tio" r gravitation is a do show to that
.u....i.. .f.,..i.i 1 ..i.i,....i. which oxlsts between tho smoke of a
l,ov tnkn ,,n n .rn,1 ,1,-nl nf ,mr M.,... '
pay for It. in piaco ot a son telt hat a
knit Glengarry bonnet, or what is often
called a Scotch cap, may bo taken. It
forms a good nightcap and is comfort
able. It is well to add a couplo of under
shirts to the 'list, and a largo bathing
towel is never out of place. Do not con
sider it necessary to purchase suits of
clothes for camping. Every ono has
clothes which aro too old to wear in
town, and these aro just in tho right con
dition for the woods.
If you aro anxious, however, to haven
special suit, get one made of brown jeans,
ttint alAnr nnmiiallin str$4stt fnlivHr sit I
of which overalls aro manufactured. It
not only washes perfectly, but It will
stand any amount of rough usag. It ,
possesses tho added advantago that the I
color makes It almost Invisible a short .
distance away In tho woods, and It ls '
therefore very good material for a hunt-1
inir suit. Shootinir coats, iw thev nrol?.'""n """ """'" "fc' ."'"" ""'7' '""
called, made from It can now be pur-
chased of any dealer in fishing and hunt
ing supplies, and tho multiplicity ot i
pockets which marks them show a rate'
appreciation of one's needB in tho open,
and aro all useful. j
There is probably no question over
which men who camp out have wasted
so much breath as that of carrying a :
tent. It is beyond a doubt that a tent
is not only heavy and awkward to lug
along, but that it is tho source of no end i
of worry and bother. At tho same Hum i
ono must havo a roof of somo kind over i
him at night and when it rains, and
building shanties is not always practica
ble. I am willing to allow that a shanty
is much moro comfortable than a tent
can be, and that when ono has a shanty
he will neverdong for tho canvas substi
tute. Still, putting up a shanty uierel
to spend tho night in it is more work
than tho average man cares to expend.
My own enstom in such matters is to
make up my mind beforehand how long
1 am going to stay in one spot. If I atn
to spend from two weeks to u month nt
tho same place, then a shanty or very
large tent with a double roof is in order.
If I am to move every night a shelter
tent is enough. There is a modification
of this rule which is not without merit-
always use a shanty if eomo one else
builds it, for the labor of putting up
even a bark shelter is much more enjoy
able when undergono by another person.
in iiemuu ui bulimies lummy mini yuu
will need a tent of 6ome cort.
The camp tools consist ot an ax or
two, a trowel to dig the trenches around
tho tent, one of theso handles contain- ,
Ing awls, small gimlets, screw drivers
and the like, and if you havo those who
shoot In tho party, some assembling tools
for the guns. There should be in the
stout bag in which all theso aro kept a
piece of shoemakers wax, a hank of i
strong linen thread, a tin box of vubo- i
lino nnd one or two pieces of good glue.
It is well also to carry a few feet of cop
per wire, say No. 10, atul a pair of pin
cers. Rods will bie.ik sometimes, and ,
if one has the materials he can mend
them very fairly, while otherwise ho
will bo reduced to borrowiug. For clean
ing or oiling guns nothing is as good as
vaseline, It does not run if it gets tin-i
corked, and it keeps tlio guns in perfect I
condition This tool back should al
ways form patt of the p.iek of ono par- '
ticular man whose business it is to see
that things are teturned when uk-d.
Otherwise tho very thltig you wantjwill
be missing just when it is most needed
I suppose it is scarcely necessary to say
that each member of tlio party should
have a good jackknife, and a ten cent
whetstone in tho toot sack will come in
handily for these.
Tho branches ot tho tlat fir what is
called sapin in Kanuekia mako the
thebestofallcampbeds. They should
be tued liberally and piled up until the
ii until ,li
heap is at least eighteen inches deep It
is well to drivo small stakes down ou
each side of tho bed in order to prevent
the branches spreading over the floor.
In default of Hr, mako a pile of grass,
hay, small brush, bnllrushes or, (n fact,
anything that will serve to ralso you a
llttlo way from tho ground. Over this
bed spread your rubber blanket, fasten
lug It with loose strings to tho stakes to
keep It In place. Hy tho bye, get a rub
ber blanket with brass eyelets along tho
sides, On tho rubber goes tho blanket
bag', of course.
For eating and cooking let each man
provide himself with a largo pressed
block tin cup, a deep plato also largo
a knife, fork and spoon. Two tin milk
pans having been purchased, add ono
more of these for every three persons In
tho party To a party of six this would
give four pans, Have also an eight iptart
tin pall, with covert a four quart ditto,
with ditto, and for good measure, if the
party exceeds four, h second four quart
pall Purchase ono or two large, deep
frying pans, with covers, and havo do
tacliablo handles. Tho best handle Is
bent Into a tlat hook which Ills under a
strap riveted on tho sldo of tho pan.
Get what is called a Dutch oven. This
is a largo Iron iot, with a deep cover,
into which coals may bo put, and in
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bako bread with gtvatest ease. It must
ho pointed out that when
tainted out that when using it for
baking tho heat must bo taken from the
coals In tho top or cover, and although
it is well to place tho pot near tho lire It
must not be close enough to heat from
the side or bottom.
This pot is also used for cooking ono
of tlio regular dishes of tho woods pork
and beans. In order to get these at
their best, dig a hole and (HI It with
burning sticks. When tho earth is tlwor-
UKW: V,11 C,CU,n "1 ,I01, tl1, V!"
luffn If tin. n,i,i,i.l t.f nrmtnliiltiir tlm
CHIlip IU IHHl tllO uycH of n COOk.
commonest ot all catastrophes In camp
is upsetting the frying pan just when tho
fish and potatoes aro nearly done. I call
it a catastrophe, and tho name Is not a
misnomer, for it is beyond a joke to
I lose tho supper or breakfast with several
hungry men waiting for it. Tho danger
may bo guarded against easily enough.
Find four or bIx stones about tho sizo of
1 your head atul arrange them in two
lines near enough together to support
I tho frying pans firmly. Hack of this fire-
I place mako your camp fire, anil as soon
hs you havo a goodly storo of coals rako
these down between tho stones into n
good, hick heap. Then cook over them,
Tho sill, 8tones Kjveyou a rest for tho
!? "n,! on need havo no fear that it
w, tip when a stiek burns out. ou
c"n niako tho Oro itself between these
"tones if you wish by placing tho ends
f, ' "ticks together and shoving the
there Is more comfort to bo derived from
tho coals. Add to your equipment one
long iron spoon.
Stores for a camping trip may bo as
many as tho money available will buy
Thoso necessary, however, aro not ex
pensive and aro not difficult to carry.
Generally speaking, you should allow
fdr each perbon in tho party, per week,
three pounds of pork, two pounds of
flour, half a pound of coffee, half a peck
of iiotatoes, one-eighth of o peck of
onions, a pound of sugar and an ounce
and a half of 6alt. For tho whole party
carry a can of barring powder, half a
pound of pepper and a bottle of Worces
tershire sauce. In place of coflee, tea
may be taken if you prefer it, and tho
best way to carry either is in a wicker
covered demijohn with a good cork.
And speaking of coffee, the proper way
to mako it in tho woods is to soak it for
twenty-four hours in cold water, strain
through a cloth and heat up. Two or
three cans of condensed milk are not
One does not go to the woods to bo
sick, but for all that a number of the
pany may we auacaeu or nijureu, unci k
Is well to havo home medicine. Quinine
In 2-grain pills for fover, Sun cholera
remedy for dysenteric atto'ks, somo lep
tandrin and podophyllyn pills for bilious
ness and some laudanum and arnica for
bruises will make up tho camp medi
cine chest. Add to these somo drachylon
plaster, a roll of bandage, some absorb
ent cotton, a good bistuary and a pair of
tweezers. The greatest danger to which
men in camp aro subject is an accident
while chopping wood or a sprain while
fishing. For tho first it is impossible
within 11 short articlo to give any direc
tions. The cut may bo 11 mere scratch
or something which demands the atten
tion of a surgeon as speedily as possible.
For the second no man need sufler from
a sprain who will put his ankle into a
water bucket and keep It there for a day
or two. A useful thing in tho woods is
a small bottle of ammonia, for this liquid
is an almost certain euro for all forms of
Insect bite, from those of mosquitoes to
spiders. Poultices in the woods are
mado of wet clay, and If they aro kept
wet they draw splendidly.
Alfred B.t.cii
Women In Floriculture.
Larger and larger grows tho cut flower
trad of cities. Many women nro en
gaging in floriculture for a living nnd
doing well Little capital is needed,
and uxperienco will como with effort. It
is a work apparently cut out by nature
for women. The main point is to secure
an establishment near a good market.
Of course this is a necej-aity Special
lines of flower raising are the most prof
itable probably A woman might get a
reputation on her carnations, roses, vio
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tier in a competency. Then. too. this
work Is ono of tho healthiest of occupa
tions. It leads to outdoor existence und
turns our faces acaln toward the life of
1 nature that wo left foi civilization,
II Wat Hard to llrar, tint It Stood II
I was lonktnti at tho Murphy family In
tho big tank at tho Zoological gardens tho
other day whoti I observed a umn on tho
other side of the troll fence slyly take a
handglass from his pocket and look at tlio
big "hippo" and then at himself, If )ou'u
been up thoro you've probably caught the
big boasts standing with only their uuly
faces out of water. Nature novor tried her
hand ou anything else after creating a hip
popotauius. It was her Inst expiring ef
fort, and she giivohluiotio look nnd fainted
dead away. 1 didn't mean to lot tho man
ice that I was watching him, but ho tum
bled to the racket after a hit and started
olT toward the elephant house nnd beck
oned to mo to follow him When wo wero
uulto alone ho leaned up against tho fonos
and looked me over a fow seconds and snlilt
"You look like a candid, truthful man."
"Thank you."
"If I should ask you for an honest opin
ion ou a certain mutter concerning myself
I belloxo you would glo It."
"1 think 1 would."
"You saw mo looking at the hips?"
"And also observed thnt I hnd this hnnd
lllnssr" "Yes."
"I do not live In Now York. I llvo In a
village up the river. I atn a single man.
Up to a fortnight ago 1 was engaged ton
sweet girl Do you followf
"I do."
"Engaged to a sweet girl, and wo wvroto
ho married this fall Two weeks ago she
catne down here with her father nnd
mother. They took In the Zoo. They saw
the hips She returned homo to treat mo
so coldly that I had to ask for explana
tions, She explained. Whatdoyotis'pose
"I have no Idea,"
"Well, sir, she faticled she saw a resem
blance between old Murphy's faco and
initio! Yes, sir, and her father and mother
did tool"
"Great Scott!'
"And now, sir, I've como down to see for
i myself. I think slio Is right. I think
there a resemblance. Look mo straight
in the faco and tell mo what you think."
"1-1 hardly"
' "Spit 'or right unit Do you see a resein-
1 hlnncor"
I "Must I tell tho truth?"
"You must! I can hear ltl"
"Then I do sec a resemblance. Indeed
when 1 first caught sight of you over tin
i fence I thought one of the hips had got out
of the tank I'm sorry to toll you this, hut
i "I wanted tho truth. You havo told ll
to mo. Tho fact Is settled that there Is n
resemblance, and I go home to releaso Su
ban from her engagement Sir, I thank
"But the fact that you happen to resem
ble a hippopotamus needn't necessarily
blast your hopes."
"It must with Susan, blio could never
look at mo without thinking of old Daddy
Murphy, with his snout and eyes just aho o
tho water, and her love would grow cold.
Good by, flirl You aro atruthful man. Am
a man and a hippopotamus I bid you good
day!" M. Qtind In New York Evening
A Woeful State.
One of Philadelphia's most prominent
'physicians, while In Virginia recently,
wandered Into a village courtroom where
a trial was in progress. As ho entered a
dispute which was being carried on be
tween tho prosecution and defense as to
the advisability of admitting a certain let
ter as evidence was ended by tho judge do
tiring that tho letter be given to him In
order that hn might decide the matter.
When tho letter was handed to him he put
on Ills spectacles, turned it first inside out,
then upside down, thon sideways, examin
ing It carefully all tho time.
"What's tho matter with tho judKor"
asked Dr. Blank of a bystander "Why
doesn't ho read tho letter?"
"Pshawl" said the Individual addressed,
with a world of contempt in his tone, "he
can't read read in' readlu', let alono wrltln'
readln'." Harper's Magazine.
Gradual, but UfTuetlvu.
"That's a very protty charm on your
watch chain, Mr. Stayforover."
"I am very glad you think so, Miss Tired
todeath." "Tho chain is very pretty, too, isn't Itf"
"I am quite delighted that you"
"Is your watch pretty?"
"Well, you can judge for yourself."
"What, Mr Stayforovorl Is It really
quarter of 11? Who would have dreamed
It was so frightfully late!" Boston Cou
rier What Might Havo Ilcen Tragedy.
Do Sappy Yans, nt the club last night,
rl i Irnnu ,lw. f,lli,lia nptmillir tmt mv
1 illlt Up and shot weal bullets through it
I havo bwought It awound as a curiosity.
Here Is where the dweadful bullets went
Miss Summit How very Interesting!
Did it hurt much when it passed through
your head? Clothier and Furnisher.
Ilallrnail Cooking.
Traveler (in dining cur, fast express)
Waiter, theso eggs arc too soft,
Walter S'prlsed to honh dat, sub.
Traveler They wore taken out of tho hot
water too soon.
Walter Well, sab, I'll put 'em hack an'
let 'em boll another mile, sah. New York
Providing fur tlio Funeral.
Greene Your friend Penn Wright has
taken a novel means of providing for his
burial expenses,
White-What is It?
Greene no has written a lot of articles
for the magazines, when ho dies they will
bo printed. Lake Shore Nows
The Other Utile Hoy.
The proprietor of a corner grocery hap
pened to be a small man withouT any
"What can I do for you, sonny?" he
asked a small boy In front of the counter.
"Nothing. Tho other llttlo boy Is wrap
ping me up n pickled cucumber." Texas
I U law v i" lMI 1
At III Old Tricks,
Sapeck gravely walks Into a grocer's'
hop, nnd Introducing himself na the stew
ard of a largo educational establishment,
he saysi
"I Intend substituting candles for gas In
our Institution Wlmt nro your best
"The PhuMilx, tho Ktollo, tho Boiiuo
Mere," wns the tradi Milan's eaer reply
"Wo keep ten vnrletles in stock."
"Will j ou please light one of ench kind
and put (ton thecouutoraiid I wlllchooo."
The grocer compiles Sapeck watches
tho caudles burn with tho eo of a phlloso
phor. Suddenly he exclaims
"You can keep your caudles I think I
prefer gas, after all "
And ho walked out, leaving the enraged
grocer with his half burned candles. Lo
Petit Parlslcn
A Hytiipntliltlug Nplrlt.
Ho I think she gave up overythlnR
when who married thnt mnn.
Sho (who Is feeling vory queer) How
drendfull Was It at sea?-Llfo.
Negro I'lllloaopbjr.
Tlio train was speeding along when In
the distance a wagon loaded with wood
was sighted. It was standing In the road
beside the tracks, and as tho train ap'
preached it was seen that four sleepy look
ing mules were attached to It and that a
Wk ncisro was asleep on top of It.
"Why, dam 1110," said tho old northern
farmer who was going south to visit rela
tives, "he's stuck In the mud."
"Right you are," said the Pullman con
ductor Just then tho train shot by tho wagon
and nuo of the mules dipped an ear as a
sort of courtesy to tho passengers.
"And bust 1110 all up if tho driver ain't
asleep," exclaimed tho old farmer, hurry
to the rear of tho car to got.anothor look
at the wagon
"Looks that way," admitted tho con
ductor "Why, he ain't stuck bad," ho said aftor
a last look.
"Naw. Old Nance, my gray maro, could
yank that load ot wood Into tho next
county and not half try."
"It wouldn't take much of a yank."
"And that feller with four mules jest lies
down on his load and don't try to get out."
"Yes; that's tho way they do down hero."
"Well, what In blazes li ho waiting for?"
The conductor seemed aurpriscd at the
"For tho mud to dry up, of course," ho
said. "What did you think he was wait
ing for Gabriel's horn? I'vo seen half a
dozen of em Ho two days in that hollow."
Chicago Tribune.
The l'ower Ilelilnit the Throne.
Bingo 1 wish you would tell tho lady
next door to be careful about her hens
getting In our hack yard.
Mrs. Dlugo Hadn't you better tell her
Bingo Not much Ho hasn't anything
to say around that house.
Mrs. Blngo How do you know ho hasn't?
Blngo I notice hy their wash this morn
ing that he wears homcinndo shirts,
Clothier nnd ! urulsher
Unite the Thing.
Manager I want you, Mr. Chlseller, to
prepare a monument for one of my freaks
that died yesterday He was a giant of
splendid proportions and seven feet six
inches in height. What do you think
would be an appropriate Inscription for a
monument to such a man?
Mr Chlseller Uml Iet mo seel Why,
"Gone to his long home," of course. Bos
ton Courier.
Very Apprehensive.
Miss Wlnslow (petting tho mastiff) Just
ee how roguish Bovis looks. Sometimes I
think that he understands and appreciates
all our jokes.
Charlie Wheeler (who has been there,
somewhat grimly) Yes; I've noticed that
he catches on very quickly. Fun.
II Found II I m Out.
Bridegroom (to brido on arriving at ho
tel) Now, Liurn, darling, don't let these
people know we havo Just been married.
Manager (as bridegroom enters, to por
ter) Tom, take the gentleman's hat, and
brush the rice from tho brim. Yankee
A Had llrenk.
"They say Professor Barkins' address
before tho Dorcas society was not well re
ceived." "Well, why should it have been? The
Idea of his addiesslng a lot of old maids as
'My venerable frieudsl' "Harper's Bazar
Flemish Milkman It's very strange
The milk Is genuine, so Is tho water; but as
soon as you mix 'em they charge you with
adulteration. Ktollo Belgo.
Ills energetic action, lu a aplck-Aiid-ipau claw.
hammer, would lme paralyzed a buzz
saw Id tlio fraction of n w cvk.
And ho spent n annum r senaou try Inn hard to
And the reason for tho mortlfj Ing mujlc
of tho 1 nitcm leather squeak.
Hit olTortt)lng neckties would liau taken
him to China, if lio'd skipped this dally
torture nnd had started out to walk,
And tlio nnmet thst ho Invented for tho scents
with which lie scented. If a polyglot had
heard tliem would have turned httn
white as chalk.
The geometric creases hi bis trousers were a
pnslou which developed In proportion to
the tailor that lie had.
And he pustt-d his nights In tbtnklugof no un
known wa of prinking, which would
give him proud distinction as lho author
of a fad
And then be met an heiress with a taste that
wasrestheticand with all the calm assur
ance of the latest tblug In clothes.
He sat right daw n and waited In a manner cul-thnted-but
she shook him for a farmer
with a wart upon his uoso.
Tom Mauon lu Clothier and Kurnlshr.
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33 .A. ITJK . :
Lincoln, : Nebraska.
Ojiint ami Diincn;
Jnbn II Wrluhl, l'ie, T. 15. Hamlers, V.-t'-
.1. II. McC'lay, Cashier, i
A H lta. iikiiuI, 111', Thus Cochran F.
It Mirer, Chan WeM, V I, Hlmldon.
(icncinl Hanking Business Transacted,
Accounts Solicited.
Lincoln Shirt Factor;
To 1 402 O Stroot.
Ill lis uuw location this eslablMiineiit ullr
lian boiler rarlllllcs than ever Tor turnluK
out Mrst-cliiKS Miiilt.nudiin lnciened lino ol
dents' I'lirntfthliiuHoodN will always bo on
sale, To our bilslncss has been added a
In which varment' of nil kinds will bo nuulu
to order nnd an.Mbln fiom Hie siniillent 11 it
debarment to tho llnost Dress or Cloak wilt
bo kllllully evented uml tniide on short
notice, In tbi department we employ ono
orthtibest cutlets and Miters In thn country
and sallifaetlnn l uuiitiiiiteed In tuery par
tleiilnr Out factory will hereafter bo known
n the
Lincoln Shirt Mfg. Co.
A IvittciKtcIn, Hr., MauiiKcr.
Call and seo u. Cor. lllli and 0 His
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Steam Laundry
2014-16 O Street,
Office 138 N. nth St.
Tele. 579.
Flno llust Cabinets 3 per dozen. Hpeclal
rates to students. Cnll and see our work.
Studio, 1214 O Strtet.
Open from 10 a. 111. to 4 p. m. Sunday.
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cf Through Conchas, Sleepers, Free Becllnlnir
Chair Car and Dining Cars dally between CHI
OMAHA, and between CHICAOO and DENVEU,
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Via The Albert Lea Route.
Faat Expreas Trains dally between Chicago
und Minneapolis nnd St Pnul, with THKOUOH
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