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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1891
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
is now in demand. Our assortment is very large and we
are better prepared than ever to give you a selection which
cannot be surpassed and our prices are so uniformity low that
it is to your interest to see our stock before purchasing.
Our lessQiiier Suit
has gained a popularity never equalled by any Boys' Suit. It
is especially intended for boys who are hard on their clothes.
Do not fail to see this suit. We are agents for it.
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
COR. 0 AND TENTH STS.
THE NATION'S PRIDE.
2500 STITCHES PER MINUTE.
has the largest bobbin of any family machine made. It
holds 100 yards of No. 80 cotton.
IT IS THE
Lightest Run ding and Quickest Lock Stitch Machine
IN THE WORLD
It has the latest design in Bent Wood-Work. The lat
est improved all steel attachments. Call and
see the only perfect Rotary Shut
tle Sewinsr Machine in the world.
143 South 12th St.
W. D. WOMACK, Gen'l Mgr., Kansas City, Mo.
t Siymfdr Viicr nf Mmlern Timi"
l-'iibllMlio I S-ituivlny.
Aillrct nil ciiiiiiiiiiiucitlMiw direct to t lit) ol1lei
VVKhsICL PUtNTINQ CO,
Courier llillldltiK, ll:L N Street.
li. W'khmri., J11., Kdltornnd Sole 1'iopilctor.
Ktitficd ut tin IVntolllee uf Lincoln, N1I1.,
us econd oln mutter.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Caiets and curtain in nevn.st design at
HeipoMii'lmer ' Co'.
MI-hC J (Itillmetto, iixvlUto. I.tittn llloek
over Miller iV I'alne. Take elevator.
Huy your gioceiie, tea, coll'ee, clt'-i from
"Tint Diamond's" new mill fi-fili Mock, at I III)
Henry HiiiiIiiiiii, Inn in t, addlciy nml
ttirfgOOlll, 11'.! 1101 til llo t'lltll btl ft,)lttl-litt
Call on Henry llaiphaiu, II'.1 noitli I'.lcv
until Mreet, opposite Cnpitnl Hotel Tor II)
net, Hummer liipioK' nml carriage whlN.
Our work dpoakit lor Itself It need no
brag or bhi.tcr, simply your own opinion
111 testify to Its merits. ThcHtudl.i Lit
Urntide Is 011 tin ground Hour, centrally lo
catul and a beautiful place Cull mill Nee us
ut 1-1 south Twelfth street
Tlie Ituillent Home is no new fake Imt lius
1111 established reputation for economy nml
lieiiuty, Dimlinm iV Unci;. hom agent, U"'l O
Colli of eeiyli) fiom tliu liest mines
in Ohio, Kentiiekj, Illinois, .MUvhiiI, Colora
do mid Wyoming for wile liy deo. A. Hnj
uiel'. Telephone ".'.X. Olllee I1UI O xtleet.
Hlcycleof nil klmls mid nil miikes nklll
fully reiHilreil on short notlee. Wrenehc,
oil can, tires and other supplies alwa) tor
sale nt Ueorgo A: I'Nhette, 111'-' O stleet.
Don't (nil tn see the line illspl ly of Carver
table cutlery, tea and colfce pots dionn by
Hudgc & Morris.
IMiv J. Collinsou, piano tuner, with Crnu
ter'nnrt nml music toie, ','!1 Mouth lltli at.
nery nt lowet pi lees.
Co' Hue mill!'
Henry Hiiiplrim, sells good harness for
good moiie), iilso poor Inn lies 1 lor good
For llrt-elis piiiiio tuning leave ort!-is ut
CrancerV ntt and niule store, ti'JI South llth
Miss Miucharl nt HeipoUhciuici
for line iiilll'nei .
New lli'llliilllli; I'lll'lois.
Miss Wulteis, lute of Memphis, has located
in Lincoln and opened a handsome ultu nl
tires making pilloi In the Iveliuaiil lllock,
If.tt soutli Twellth street Miss Walters
comes excellently lecoinmended, having held
the trade tor several venr ol tie-mint pi out
ineut Indies ot Tenness-f's capital elty. The
lady is aUo suiiihw Imt known in Lincoln, all
of whom speak In the highest pinbe of her
woik Her parlor aie now ready, and the
ladles me invited to call nml see the class of
work executed mid heeome posted on pre
WE HAVE JUST SECURED THE EXCLUSIVE
SALE OF THE RENOWNED
which for durability, neatness of design, economy and cleanli
ness cannot be equalled. We show them in all sixes and in
each of the various designs, viz.:
These stoves are not to be compared with the ordinary
(muting stoves. Their advantages are too numerous to men
tion. Kindly call in and let us show them to you.
KRUSE & WHITE
HEADQUARTERS FOR STOVES
1219 0 STREET.
'I'o tliu largo number of utorles of "tlio
meanest trmn" which aru frequently re
lated, one should bt added of a certain
Frenchman, fatuous for his lialiltof grum
bling nt ever) thing anil on every occasion
lie was attacked liy lutlmiimatory rlion
tnntlsui.and was carefully nursed liy his
wife, who was very ilevotetl to hint
In spite of Ids fault Uniting disposition.
Ills sutlcrlng caused her to hurst Into team
sometimes as she hat at hit bedside.
Gnu day u friend of the Invalid came. In
and asked him how lie was getting on
"lludlv, badljl" hu exclaimed, "and It's
nil my wife' fault."
"Is It possible," nuked the frletitl In sur
prise. "Yes. The doctor told me that humid
Ity was had for tue, nml there that woman
ultit nml cries, just to make It moist In thu
mahqi rnicR conTWMtn
I I E II I E
htilisi'iiptitiii, Nt.w, Mriiuif.iiMuiik' ami I'liblUhcrt' Acnt
KVON - IKJSlll KCill Mia-esoito MI ETON LYON, Removed to 11J6 O M
I ri.AT "Jli klBr Mr w W' l 1
e-v - -i' . .uirr i.'.jwiiu "
"'"IWfcltfnn uiwi' vv,KiVM.T-.lVAvi
llje nml Kur sin ki-iiii,
j l)r U I.. Dayton, oeuli.t mid nurist, li-IKI
' O stteet, teleplinno :l7."i, Lincoln, Nthr.
! I'lniio T1111I111;.
1 VothillLr tiilrls Ml Itilleh to lilt elifil Hi ot
imi-le as a pluiKi bflnt; pioperly tuned, mid
nothing is better lor the instrument than to
have n competent tuner ntteiid to it. Ml.
Edw. J. C'olleuson, lor the pn-t ten yenrs
connected with entern lactories as an ex
pel t In piano tuning, voicing nml reiiarliiK,
is now will, ( 'i'iine..rV firr mnl itnikh. tit..
yjl south llth stllet Ml'. Collellson's eilst-
eiu work was toocoutluluj;, nml he is now to
become a resident ot our beatltllul city. He
conies highly recomeuded and we trust nil
who appreciate fcooil tuning will gv him a
The t'nloii raellle stein.
Has placed in dnil) service a solid train be
tweeti Lincoln anil JSioux City making close
connections at Columbus w Itli main line
trains for nil points we,t, with Albion, Cedar
Knplil-, Old and tiiaud Niand and blanches,
except .Siiiidnjt. Lincoln and .Sioux Citj
dally connects eloely in union depot, Sioux
City, with the ewuiiiK trains ot conuectinn;
lilies, tor the not th mnl east. Tor lull pal tic
ulars apply at lull U street or ut depot.
'I he Hut springs ol Dakota.
These springs aie rapltllj becomlnj; fmimus
on account of the wonderful curative pros'i
ties ot the wnteis, and th- many marvelous
cures which have heeii elleeted by tlie tller
The town mid spruus are lelihtfulU situ
ateil in a picture-ipie valley in the Mack
Hills couiiti v , aliouinlliiK in beautiful wnic
ell'eets, mnl at uii altltllle ol II, Kit) tcet aliove
the sea level, thus Ilnill'iMK U pule utllios.
phet'e and elnlaiatili.' clim.ite, itb-olutelv
tiee from uial.iila
L'lltler the elitel prising and po-e-sive
umnageiuent of the Hot tSpiins company
many dcsiiahle impioveiueuts have been
tuiule. unions the number the election ot a
commodious lintli house tltted up with all
iiioilern conveniences lot the comfort ot
quests New hotel- have been built and coin
tortably turiiihed tluouliout, coudtictisl in
llrst-ciass stjle and at reasonable intes.
1 l'llOse w ho preter stopping at a pi IV.Ite house
will I'.ml many di-nable l nitlnii; Jplace
u here j;ood acconiini.slatons ale tuilil-hed
, lit model ate ptiees.
I The uierlnr dally serv nv now a Horded jv
tin- Hill lilipt'HI It.oite to Hot Splines, with
1 through sliepnu car lu'commodatious tiom
Omaha, Lincoln, Auioui ami (iraud Island,
makes the trip an en) and enjovnble one,
and tor the bellellt ot all Who tlesire to test
t he ullicncv ot tlie waters loun I tup tickets
at tislucetl rates, isid tor ninety tlas uie
now on saie m an oiuces o: iu- iiuuuitou
I'or paiuphlt t. tlesi'iiptive ol tlie springs,
and full tntoruiation ns to latet, time, etc.,
appl to iin ngtsit 01 the eomiiuy, or to
J I'kvm I, lien't I'ass'i ,v Tk't At ,
Hotel Clerk (mispiclotmly) Your bitiiilln
has coinu nimrt May I aik what that ilieer
(nest This is a new patent llru escape.
I ill ways carry it, so In ease of llru I call let
inj-clf down fiom thu hotel window Seuf
Cleik (thoiiulittully) I seu Our tunns
for iii.("itis with il ro escape.s, sir, nru In
variably cash In advant c Good Nuwh
As we intend to remove to our New
Furniture Block on 13th street, between O
and l about September 1st, we have con
cluded to oiler our large stock of
at nearh cost price until that time. As we in
tend to make genuine hestvy cuts, these sales
at reduced prices will be strictly cash. Call
AUG. TH. GRUETTER & CO.
1 1 if and 1 1 i.S N Street.
YOU GET FITS
And the right kind as well, as excellent
wear and latest style in Shoes when
The repot ter saluted a pitnbler as he
stood on the after deck of u Day Hldu boat
last evening comliiK from thu races, This
is thu conversation
"Win or losef" by reporter.
"Win kooiI money illu play on last
Thu uambler hail won. Hu was not
elated; hu did not smile. Theru hu tttonil
lliitikiiiKof something', and his thoughts
presently came to thu Ntirfacu in wopIh.
"I was thjtikln," said he, "how easy
some men can vvfup, shed tears, yes, c?j'
like women. Only today n blj" man rmiiu
to thu back of my box with a ticket on
KIiik Ila.ein. It called for fifty dollais
iik'ainst live. Tliuru ho stood with tears;
running down his face and his ticket,
ready to be cashed, In hU hand. Poor fel
low, I thought, that will help hlmoutot
Home tight placu.
"'CtyliiKforJoyf' I naked.
"'Nope,' Hiild the man.
" 'Sorry you wonf Hiild 1, suprlscd.
" 'Nope,' he replied.
"Why, wbnt was the itiutter with lilmf"
asked thu reporter, unable, to hold down
"Had liny fever," wild thu gambler, look
lug fnr, fnr nwny. New York Commercial
A Prudent Mini.
There was a man sitting on n bench In
Union square thu other day with the Index
finger of tils right hand tied up In a rag
The hand was resting on his knee, with
the finger pointing across Fourth avenue,
when a policeman catuu along nml seized
thu rag and pulled It oil. Tho linger looked
exactly llku all the rest large, wrinkled
and dirty. There was no soru or wound ot
other renson why It should have been tied
"Havo you been begging on the strength
erf that?" asked tho nlllcer
"Is your linger soref"
"What's your object In wrapping It up
"Well, sir, that's thu finger I alius use to
scratch my head with. The nights are
getting cool now, and I wrapped It up last
night so as not to get cold in it. I've bin
using that finger forty-three years now
ami have got too old to change."
The olllcer looked nt him u long time,
mid then passed on with the remark that
since the papers had raised such a great
howl about people being clubbed for noth
iug no patrolman had any show to enforce
the respect due to his position. New York
At the Ni'wsliti) ' Mission School.
Teacher (to Mickey) Now, Mickey, you
read the lesson to me llrnt and then tell
me, with the book closed, what you re.id.
Mickey (reading) See thu cow Can thu
cow runf Yes, the cow can run Can tint
cow tun n swiftly us the horse? No, the
horse runs svv Ifter than the cow (Closing
up his book to tell what lie has read) Get
onto tie cow Kin her jigtep run?
Ile'cher'lifu she kin run Kin de cow do
up de horse a ruimiti? Naw, do cow alnt
in it wld de horse. Life
Parker & Sanderson,
See their fine line of shoes for
lOOO O ST.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
WITH US FOR
It Has it Morn Miniirtiiis .Viunil.
"I suppose," observed thu high school
girl to Amy, "that when Mr l'iuperc
proposes you will accept liiinV
"Indtitl 1 won't, Mildted," replied Amy
"I don't t'Npict him to pop, but when hu
does it will be a colli day for him "
"Don't say It will be a cold day," urged
Mildicd. "You known that is lepreheii
slbluslatig Pay it will be a gelid sectiuti
of tho hebdomad." Pittsburg Chronicle.
FOR SUNDAY DINNER,
AND THEY. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
Makers of 1km Bons ami Chocolates.
Also Delicious Ice .Cream and Soda Water.
-j S. B. MOORE,
m:vit i;ri'i;ri'.s i
M Fine -f Waif fP&ysrs
Mmm. Call and examine, the largest line in the Cltv .
None but the best workmen employed
li Ices that can't be beat step in.
"" '"" 1134 0 STREET.
H. W. BROWN
The Choicest line of Perfumes. L). M Fern V Finest
Flowei ant' Garden Seeds.
127 South Eleventh street.
Time No Ohjetl.
"Hy getting j our ticket over our Hue,"
urged tliu traveling passenger aent of thu
X., Y. ami '. railway, "joii will snvu six
teen hours' time on tlie trip "
"Uu thu A.. II. and C. route," Mid the
agent of t lie rival line, "you get i.117 miles
mote riding for thu same money
Tlie agiiciiltutist from
bought hi-, ticket over thu A.,
route Chicago Tiibune.
LINCOLN'S NEWEST AND FINEST STABLES
V J IMtATT. l'ioprlet..r
First Class Livery Rigs
1) and C
Now or Nevei.
A recent ad eitiseineiit was to thu fol
"Thu public Is recommended to ectuo a
copv of this highly lutoiesting book, a
fiom present nppvnrnucO' It U not at all t tvlib .ippi.u.uuc
iiNuij' a sccoihi eiution win ou piiniou
At nu lluurh l),i or N i; r
jni w ' i i.i ' it... ..... A. ii. -v..-. i . ..-
jrj' iTeniiemen s ijiiviiii Mgb, nit.
Wi .i i-,'iiii v well piep.ued tobo.iul .1 1m itut iiiinibti uf lun i' and luvlnt;
tbcl.uv-t u , I in, st npupped stable In the ci' i an t ike best if c.uc of all liore en
tinstldt,i u. Out -.'able i light and iuhiim with utisuip.issed ventll.ttion All
vehUles .nut buiuss iccctve dailv cleinin,' and ilw.iv s Ic.tve the st.ibU In neat, clean
C.M.I. AX I) SEE L.-r.rE IS .1 Tltl.M..
Tolophono 5IS. Stnblos 1639-1641 O St.
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