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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1891
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Elder Flower Cream
In nol n roMiiollo In llio ammo wliluli Unit
torm U iiopulnrly tued, but poriiimipittly
lieaiilUle. It croutr-it n fi. miiimiIIi, ol nr,
velvty skin, mul by ilsllviin iiriiiliinlly
make Hi" otmiplpsloii anvenil simile wlillor.
H I n ooiialmit proteotloii fnim tlm rlliid nr
Mini niiil wind mul prevent mmlmrn mill
freckle", mill liliiPkliriiiU will never ennui
while you linn II. It nli'mim tlin men fur lp
lor tlian mp iiml wnler, iifiurl"litn mill liullil
lip lliu 11k I n IImiiih iiml linn prevent tne lor
Jiimlnn of wrliuliM. It iclve; Ihn frynlnii'M,
olpnrncM nnil anniolliiii' ol kln Unit mi
liftit when 11 lillli' itlrl.Kvery Imly, jminK of
mid oiirIiI to 11 mi II. 111 It Hives 11 iiniro youth
ful itppeiirmieo tunny Imly. mul Unit I"'''"!'.'
iiiMitly. It eimtiiln m unM, pmvilcr. nr nllmll,
mil l in Imrnile it dew iiml it iiimrlnlilim
4imlnw In to Urn llnwor. I'rlrn I.OO. Auk
3'OtirilriivKlnt fur It. . ,
NAMI'l.K lorri.K mulled free to nny Inly
on receipt"' Id cent In "lump t pay for
iionlitgo mul pmiklnu. I.mlr AkiuiIn wanted.
Mrt. (lervaUo (iriilmiii, ''Homily Doctor,"
Ittl l'ot Htreot, lull Krmirlm-o.
All llio IimiiIIiik l.tiicntu tlrntnlt mill II.
H. T. Clarke Drug Co., Lincoln.
tNAOQUAiNltO WrtM THi WOOMWY Of tMI OOUNIflT Will Oni Ali
MU3M W'0-ATIO rwOM TOWT w ihiiwww l
tha snunr soutb to and tram onicAna
BOCK 1MJHTD, DAVBHFOHT, DM KOINES,
council. Biiuvra, WATRKTOWW, bioux
talia mtkhmapoub, bt. PAU&, BT. JO0-
XPH, ATOHMOH. LBAVBMWORTlt. XAIfBAB
OtTr.TOPMXA, D1HVBH, COLORADO SP-MOS
SOLID VESTMULE EXPIESS TRAINS
af Through OoaeiM, Mnpni, Vtm Xacllnlnii
Obalr Onr KBd DtnlnK Oan lUilr twtwran CHI
OAOO. DIM KOnVBB. OOUHCIt. Ulim unit
OMAHA, Mid twtwMB OHICAOO and DKNVKU,
COtOKADO InniOt and PUT.ULO via Dt.
Jawpb, or Kliim City and TotMka.
VlaTh Albert Lea Route
at lUprvaa Tralna cUlljr Iwtwvsn Otilcairo
nd Mlnnmpotla and M. rmil. with THROUOK
Xaollnlnir Chair Cars (TRXX) to and from tbona
potnU and Xanana Cltr. Throudh Chair Car
and BlMiiar batwaan raorla, Spirit Laka nud
loux raila via Book Island. . . .
Vor Tlokata, Mapa,midrra. or (laah-ad Informa
tion, applr asr Coupon Tickat OOca, or addraaa
S. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oanl XaAacar, Oenl Tkt. Faaa, Atft.,
aim nraTtTVTC or rmaimiur,
Shorthand, anil Typewrltlnc. la ttis bnt ami larnat
oilajpi In the Weal. U) HtudenU In Mlrnilanoa laat
Taw. BtoiionU preparad lor budncaa In from a in
upoatha. KxparlonoMl faculty. 1-rnwnal Inilructliin.
Vaaunil tlluitratMl oaulogu. rollnra journala, and
of ponmaninip, aont rrea oj auurruinc
ULUBRIOOK ROOSK, Lincoln, Neb
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Catting and Shampooing
SAM. W EST ERFI ELD'S
BURR : BLOCK.
Laillaa Ue Dr. I.n Iluo'a IVrloillral
FIIU from I'nrU, Krmico. Tlint iMMltlvoly ro
Have lupprewilonii, monthly ilormigeincnM
nd IrroKiiliirltlci onuscd by cold, wi'iikiu't.
hook, miomla, or iioneriil ncrvoui tlvlilllty.
The larsu proortliin of Ilia to which Uilloa
and mlMca iiro liable la th direct nwuli nfn
dliorderod nr Irruiculnr iiienmriiutlon. Hup.
preHlona contlnuiHl result tu blood Klnoiiliig
nd uulck O'Huuiptlo 1, i piiokatu or:i for
. .Heut, dlreot on roeelpt nf prlco. H.iUl
4n Lincoln by II. V. llrown, ilruiuMl.
TOUlf G MENOLD MEW
MIMIH IMll If TNI HirilTI H IIMAIL
nr Bait ! MrU fr taaiWi.
HKC OFFTHE HORRID SNAKC&
iwr (iri "J la a..pir ni ia t um nri
nw aa aaaoa i nwik milt ii
OUR NEW ROOK
Ml tnt. mIhM, (wM)
lw a Mall4 tlaia.iiMIU
IMpkUaMakT at Pitta,
Orcaai af Maa, aadaaw by
ky lk4 aicluWaly ear
a, 1st vara raaraal
Last ar ralllaj alaaae,
MAMtval aaa linall Da.
atlltr. Wtakatu at l4y
iituiu. ataatt ar
tkniita Own tmu 0 ntrl BaattU la a aay.
CMaJII raXtl BOOT alata la aU laurtttta.
MtaUMUf tnm to aiaitt.Tirclitnn ! rtraia CwiaiilM.
In taa wrlu Um. w BMk.lull aialtaatha Pn. ""
CRIB MKOIOAL GO. BUFFAl.O,N.Y.
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Cbicago.Rock Island & Pacific Ry
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WILLIAM ADDISON CLARKE HAS BEEN
Tha Vmiitarhlll IVfur the l.alatt Hlylaa.
Jay (loiiM'a ninipln Taalaa lliuaall
Haga, Vhaimoay M. Irpr, II. O. MIIU,
tha llnvkafallari anil Othrra.
Nkw Youk, Nov. IS. Tho iiillllonntro
mul tho mini of tho million nro on n pur
iiowmliiyii no far m uutwnnl ii)wnr
niiffH'K involvliiK wlmt tluy wear.
Tliu Vnndi'rliiltn nro nil lino looking
111011, win) rim wt'iir tho luti-Ht Htyk'H n
to tlio innnni(r born. Wlillo K. follow
tlio latt't niiiniliitoM of fiinliion with
koi'tier olwiTviinco tliiin tlio otlicrM, lint
nlwnyH lit Kiirbi'il with Hkllh-il illHcrction.
Frviiorltik Vnnilorlillt, wiioho niur ih
winily nnil wliowo well triimiiiil hiiih
tncho in of tlio Hutno tint, tliougli tlfopor
in color, linn 11 iioiii'luiiit for wlmt 1m live
ly in neckwear, lint lio tom-s HiIh briulit
neon with ilnrk clotlilng ami Ih nuvor at
vnrlnnco with Kood form. Ooorjo Vnn
ilurbllt in tlio rpcliino of tho home. Ho
pnyHlittlo attention to liln ilres, which
Ih alwnyH in ilnrk hIiiiiIph mul of costly
material, without tho mlKhtext tendency
toward an endeavor to lio In tho Htylo.
Cornulitm Vanderhllt Iiiih h ntroiiK, hand
Homo fauo that unythltiK fanciful would
not comport with happily. Ho wwirti
costly raiment, butof tho most connorvii
tlvo Hlmdeo, tlioiiKh in current Htylu.
Tho flint Cornelius Vanderhllt was 11
lino flgiuo of a man In IiIh high nilk hat,
white tlo and iluo broadcloth unit. Hlu
KmmlHoun have Inherited ton marked
denrt'O thlH proper pride of personal ap
pearance, for which Now Yorkura ro
iiiemlMT tho "Old Coiiiinodoro" with
feelliiK of pleiwure.
A limn of tho MmploHt tanto in IiIh
dress is Jay Gould. Always arrayed in
dark clothes, weaving his coat in cut
away style, n dark necktie and high lmt
iiottoohlKhlypolldhed his slender frnino
,in in marked coiitrast to that of his well
built son, George, who Is of medium
height and whoso figure is shown to ad'
vantage In a suiting always of tho latest
pattern, and usually of it light coloring,
which is permisslblu on account of his
swarthy complexion, jet black hair nud
Tho younger son, Eddlo Gould, has in
times past sot Wall street agog with
Homo of his startling combinations of
raiment, and was wont to occasionally
nrouso tlio market with a plunge on his
own account. Of late, however, ho has
Buttled down, in n speculative nud cos
llUKscll Sago Is one of the last surviv
ing relics who, with "Old Hutch," rep
resent tho school of eccentrics that dress
iti such ancient stylo as to bo remarked
for this characteristic. Mr. Sago's clothes
lit him as though ho had been hurriedly
summoned at midnight to attend a lire.
There la a hayseod suggestivoness about
tho entiro ensomblo entirely at varianco
with his long metropolitan experience.
When recently Mr. Sago shaved off tho
whiskers that grow fringeliko under his
chin it was hoped that ho would pur
chase n suit of modern clothes, but this
Innovation him not boon made as yet.
Our own Chauncey Deiew Is almost it
dandy in tho middle aged class. His
business suitings lit him well. Ho usual
ly has nn enlivening touch in his neck
wear, carries a Iluo cane, ami is us frisky
in his movements as any of tho young
fellows of his years. Ills dress suit,
in which no many of those post prandial
masterpieces have been npokon, is a ohof
tl'ouuvro of tailoring art.
But of all tho millionaires, tho latter
day Beau Brummel is indisputably D.
O. Mills, who owns tho largo Uroad
street pile known as tho MIIIb build
ing, and many millions besides. Mr.
Mills, while never overdressing, Is a close
observer of tho refined fashions a man
of flno carrlago mid of mlddlo ago, who
wears hti clothes well and is a model for
tho metropolitan Croesus to take pat
A patron of the fine arts, whose benefi
cences have placed him in the front
rank, Is Millionaire Henry G. Marquand.
Theso refined cnlts have essentially an
influence upon one's personal appear
ance Mr. Marquand is alwaya care
fully dressed and scrupulously neat in
his attire. He affects the English morn
ing dress of high silk hat and double
breasted frock coat.
Of the real estato millionaires William
Astor comes first in order of mention.
He carries his sixty odd years easily.
There Is a fine flavor of tho old school
dignity in his makeup and his manner
of wearing his clothes. Tho flat brimmed
tall hat that ho has worn as longaa
many pooplo can remember and the
dark diagonal, tightly buttoned frock
coat and gray trousers give him a dis
tinguished air. Many of Mr. Astor's
contemporaries have attempted to adopt
that flat brimmed high silk hat, but
either because of tho uusuttability of the
block or the manner of wearing it the
imitation has always proved futile.
WMlUm Wnldorf Astor is at present
ainUd, Tio last recollections, however,
nn Of an exceedingly tall, blond typo of
r(tiin In black clothes, being in mourn
lu;; for hit father and wearing his lint
tl-pptel well forward on his forehead.
John Jacob Ator, son of Willlnm,
nbove mentioned, and who recently
married tho beautiful Miss Willing,
trained for it long time in tho corn
puny of Brock and Willie Cutting,
ElUha Dyer and others of tho Knick
erbocker club that represent tho best
dressed men among the jeuuesso
tloree. no is very tall, like all tho
Astors, nud slim, and wears fasliioiii
able, becoming garb in tho very latest
Perhaps the especial exquisite of tho
group ot real estato millionaires is Statu
Senator Lisponurd Stewart, who leads
tho cotillon in New York and debates at
the Albany canitol wit'i equal enthusi
asm. Mr. Stewart is in Iluo of succes
sion to tlio Rhiticlaudur estate. He is
utider forty years of ago, slender, anil
wears eyeglasses and a pointed lieunl.
In his attire, ho hi iilv3a at the top
uotch of the prevailing regime. Ami-ng
w.aV ,' ... S
other real estate magnate nro Robert
mid Ogdeu Goelet. lioth of tho Goelota
nro undersized men, nud appear ih.ipper
In tho fashionable clothes they wear.
They dress cautiously for this reason,
niul are therefore richly, without being
Addison Caminack, tho "Great Bear"
of Wall street, is happiest In light trou
pith, a standing collar, scarf loosely tied,
bliio I'lluce Albert and high hat. In the
field of lliiauco Drayton Ives Is one of tho
best garbed men. His step is athletic,
ho is compactly built and his dressing is
pieclsoiu detail without tliu objection
able prearranged aspect. President Tap
pan, of the Gallatin National bank, is a
striking llgure. Ho wears black through
out, with tall silk hat, and although a
comparatively young man, his white hair
and mustache form a distinguished con
trast with tlio dark clothing. J. V, D.
Lanier, in qulut attire, verlllc- a man of
dignity and substance.
that irlve close attention to tlio foibles of i
mat gnu lhisu iiiumtiuii n uiu iuiimin ui
Of tho coaching set, composed of men
fashion, there is no bettor ilrossed man I
than Frederick Bronsou. Among tho
wealthy men of tho metropolis, for tho
practicing that art which conceals effort
in one's garb, ho may bo described as a '
tyjto who Is always in touch with tho I
Klbridgo T. Gerry, who Is
a crank '
upon tlio HiUiject or yachting, wears a
yachting cap all summer and a fur cap
of similar shapo all winter. It xtm bo-
,.f u.1- m.,.1 ii n.. u,ru.i,,i.i....i
a a .
,llliniiin linn tuiif lliu ihjiuhmiiiiIOiiiiuihIi I
old Peter Godot's nenhow "Fur Can
Tho Hnvutnoyors, tho sugar million
aires, aro well dressed men nil, Theo
dore devoting himself moro closely to
Among tho wealthy men of newspaper-
tloin Charles A. Dana could bo singled :
out for a typo that wears good fitting I
clothes. Mr. Dana's figure will, more-,
over, show to excellent advantage a
mixed suiting of up to date pattern, and
sometimes tho eyes of tlio "bright young
men" in tho second story of Tho Sun
building nro miulo to glisten enviously
ns their white haired and bearded chief
struts by them toward his sane tum.
lhorellox of tho editor s conscientious-
ness in h s uttlru is found InlhoSun col-1
limns, where tho subject of inons ilrem
Is always treated In a dignified and uu-1
Tho Standard Oil magnates aro an in
teresting group of men who wear good
clothes unostentatiously. Tho garb of
Mr. Starbuck, of this syndicate, partakes
of an old time liveliness, but this merely
reflects in uu enhanced degree the
greater good judgment of his associates
in mo manor 01 personal appearance. vo minutes. Uemovo tho mm care
John D. Rockefeller, claimed by somo fully mid let tho simp boil flfteon mln
statisticians to bo tho richest man in Htcs longer, or until it is quite thick;
America, is a man always well dressed add the brandy, and take tho kottlont
lu tho conservative sense. Ho wears a ' once from tho fire; pour tho sirup over
high hat and dark clothing invariably. ! tho fruit aniJ seal.
It is his custom to leave his houso each
morning, and taking the west side of
Fifth avenue to stroll down town. After
a few blocks nro traversed ho usunlly Is
met by Colgate Hoyt, Esq., or some
broker friend. Mr. Rockefeller's gait is
peculiar. It seems half lope and half
shamble. The stroll continues until tin
Worth monument is readied, where a
few words aro exchanged and a cab
then taken to his down town offices.
William Rockefeller always wears a
derby. He leaves his residence, near
his brother's, at Fifth avenue and Fifty
fourth street, also afoot each clour
day. He Is garbed closer to tho Ideal
standard nud his gait is a brisk one
along the east sido of the nwnue. He
wears a carnation in his buttonhole.
Mr. Dickerinan, of Wall street, Is wont
to join him, and together they proceed "fulness. Neither should a Hand when
to Madison aquare near tho Farrngut ' given in salutation bo inert and dead,
statue, where a cab Is tnken down town. ' Nor should either party to a handshak
Henry M. Flagler is another member i"g merely give tho finger tips. In Eu
of this clique that evidently believes that rope, some little while ago, in circles of
tho possession of millions confers the high fashion, it became tho style to reach
privilege of lieing well dressed. Ex-Sec- out the hand at an elevation of tlio
retarv of the Navv William C. Whitney. ' breast and then ralso tho hands. This
who is related by marriage to the Stand
ard Oil concern, affects clothes that are
always of the latest cut and fresh look
ing; eyeglasses; and a tall hat is woru so
far down upon the head as to suggest
that it had been hurriedly jammed on.
As will appear from this scrutiny of
representative men of millions, it is
patent that as a class they are well
dressed. With the few exceptions that
have been quoted it is not unlikely that
they appear to the best advantage as
they are. But they are by no means the
best dressed men. That distinguished
privilege is left to men with less money i
but moro time and inclination to strive
for the palm. j
It is difficult to think of Uncle Rus
sell Sage in a debonair suiting, and,
after all, iu his quiet store-clothes look
ing makeup Jay Gould is jierhnps doing
tho best he can with himself.
In the district of dry goods A. D. Jul -
Hard, John Claflin nnd Edward E.
Eaincs are well dressed leaders. Tho
latter may be always found with his
hands in his pockets. E. S. Jaffray is a
noted figure in this realm. A type of
distinguished old school English gentle
man is he, with spotless linen, tall hat
and black broadcloth. His face has a
well fed look, and his hair is brovn and
Marcus Daly, tho millionaire copper
king, is,a bluff, good hearted Irishman
with a flno brogue nnd tho best of sport
ing blood in Ills veins, who comes quite
often to town from the far west. His
father on tho old sod spent his last dollar
racing thoroughbreds, nnd the Montana
millionaire comes honestly by his love of
tho turf. To dress this man up iu citi
fied stylo would mako him uncomfor
table nnd draw attention to that fact.
His partner, J. B. Haggin, is a man fas-
tidious-iu his attire, and yet when they
nro n-eii together one can scarcely deter
mine which makes tho moro favorablo
impression as to manhood.
Taken nil iu nil, nnd considering that
our millionaires can afford to dress ns
they please, it is a matter for congratu
lation that they strike so presentable an
average as thoy do; wlillo to thoso of
lowlier condition in life it js a source of
pride to feel that it is their privilege to
bo as well garbed as the richest men in
the land. ,
Wh.uam Addison Claukk.
limy In Mnkn Ire Crraui at lliiinn.
Put one pint of milk lu a double trailer
with a piece of vanilla beau one Inch In
length. Cream together the yolks of
four eggs, half a cup of sugar and two
tablespooufuls of flour until very light
and stir gradually into tho milk when it
reaches tho boiling point. Cook ten
minutes, stirring frequently. Add it
pinch of salt; turn into a stone dish,
lieatiug while it cools. When cool add
one nud a half pints of cream and half a
cup of sugiir. Beforo freezing remove
carefully tho bits of vanilla bean. Uso
rock salt with tho broken ice, putting
I the cm into tho center of the tub.
i Fasten tho lid very securely. Three
I,,MtH of rock Hn,t ,8 8nMt f"" Knl
. , ,rilll . , ., uj.i,i ,
Ion freezer. Tho ico and salt should bo
lu layers. Turn tho crank slowly at
first until tho ico is well packed about the
freezer. Twenty minutes will usually
servo to freeze tho cream. When It Is
firm enough take out the paddle and
lieat well with a wooden spoon until tho
"lmco 'e,t ''i' tnu uwtter Is filled. Cover
' III lllllll UIU III1II Hit! II IV II V 111! I IV
: "" ", r ' ; .
,0"r8- 'Hionillp tlio cnnln warm (not
,ot Y!"' !7 i.. "wMi1"1 . C".
tontM Into a cold dish. Well sweetened
. i ft
"trawberry or raspberry julco or a quar
tor cup of black colleo may
other llavors aro desired.
bo used if
Mow to Oil Whnlatnnna.
ICoroseiio is best, as it keeps tho stono in
better condition nud assists tlio process
How to lift OH it Movlni; Car.
It is always best to have it car stop be
fore getting oil', nud specially so when
one is no longer young and nimble. But
when one must jump off a moving car
there Is only one way to do It. Faco in
tho direction tho car is going, but
tf.nti luwO ii lillln. tint. InHlmr im tlm
mmnM f tho car till ono foot has
t0U(.hwl ,i,0 Bromi,i. then step forward
, t,lu Bimo directions one, two or threo
8teps. according to tho momentum tho
cariiastoyou. To jump oft backward or
fcidoways nearly always results in a fall.
llinv to Mukii Ilriimlltiil I'enchca.
Take four pounds of peeled fruit, four
pounds of sugar and a pint of white
brandy. Make a sirup of tho sugar in
enough water to dissolve it. Let tiiis
come to u boll; put tho fruit in nud boll
Ifnw to Slmke llmiila.
Americans nro the greatest handshak
ers in tho world, and it is likely that of
recent days thero has not been n presi
dent of the United States who has not
secretly wished that Georgo Francis
Train's stylo of shaking hands with him
self when ho greeted an acquaintance
was tho universal custom. Common
though the habit is, many do tho net
uwkwardly. The right hand of each
party to tho greeting should bo extended
about twelve inches forward midway
between the waist and breast, and the
hands should clasp each the other firmly
but gently, and then it blight movement
up nud down nud tho greeting is over.
I A hand should nover be bqueezed either
from exuberuiico of spirit or in play-
had somo vogue in America, but it was
silly nnd awkward and tho style has
passed away. A gentleman when intro
duced to a lady should not offer his
hand, but he should bo on the alert to
respond if the lady should chooso to do
him the honor of shaking his hand.
How In Cure HoltliiK Haddle Horse.
Many ill mannered horses ami esjiecial
ly livery stable hacks frequently aro dis
posed to chooso at a road crossing which
road to take, and invariably the road
the horse chooses is not the ono the rider
wishes. If he is obstinate and insists on
having his own way, tho rider should
dismount, take the bit in both hands,
standing in front of nnd facing the horse.
Then back the horse in the direction be
has Bolected to go for 100 or 200 yards.
Back him as rapidly as you can. Then
i mount and start on your way. Nine
1 mes out of ten this ono lesson will bo
t " " desired, but u tho brute Do
unnaturally willful it may
have to be
repented several times.
How tu rresarvD Kid Glove from Sweat
Dust the hands with cornstarch (dry)
just beforo drawing on tho gloves.
How to Makn TufTy.
To ono quart of molasses add ono gill
of cold water nnd set It over n moderate
fire. Let it boll steadily until nearly
i tiff, then add one tablespoonful of but
ter and one tablespoonful of brown
sugar. Boil ten minutes longer nnd then
pour into buttered pans.
How to I'ravvnt Wrinkle.
Wrinkles, of course, cannot bo entire
ly prevented, but there is no uso iu hav
ing as many ns most people in middle
life nud old age are decorated with. One
does not think, any tlio 1 tetter or clearer
for wrinkling up the forehead and screw
ing up the eyes, and yet nine pooplo out
of ten contract this habit iu early youth.
I This indulgence soon fixes the wrinkles
and they never go away. The habit, too,
of making faces indicative of the various
emotions contribute- t yrrM many of
those spoilt.;, d WAl . A ,htcid ex
pression Is cortniuly very much moro
lovely either in man or woman than ono
disturbed by useless grimaces. Au eveu
temper mid a patient mind will do won-
, ders in tho way of siuoothlug out tho
wrinkled brow of care,
The nervous old Imly who lived lu her
family In nnylhltm we keep. We keep nil
house. In nil grade of Shoes our stuck Is
l.ncc, nud the Conin on Ties, in Kid, Calf,
etc, etc., Rulibeis, etc, etc , etc
1015 O STREET.
Formerly Ol HUFFMAN & BICHTEB. 1039 0 STREET.
Fret Work, Screens and Panels
CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS TO ORDER.
Full Line of 7 HNTELS Always -n sto
ARE SHOWN IN OUR NEW WaREROOMS.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS AND WALL CASES. 1224-28 H Street.
SIDEWALK AND BUILDING
S. E. MOORE,
NKVVKST KFFKCTS IN
Fine Waft papers
Cnll nnd examine the largest line in the City.
None but the best workmen employed.
Prices that can't be beat-
H. W. BROWN
The Choicest line of Perfumes. D. M. Ferry'? Finest
Flower nnd Garden Seeds.
127 South Eleventh Street.
We are especially well prepared to board n limited number of horfcs and having
the largest nnd finest equipped stable in the city, can take best of care of nil horses en
trust! d to us Our stable is light and loomy with unsurpassed ventilation. All
vehicles and harness receive dally cleunlng and always leave the stable In neat, clean
CAU. A XI) SEE
HEN WO WANT FINE JOB PRINTING
See the WESSEL PRINTING CO.
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Shoe could not have found a home for her
size hut nothing equivalent to a tenement
complete, embracing Congress, liutton,
and kangaroo. AIm a full line of Slippers,
S. B. NISBET,
AND FINEST STABLES
W. J. I'UATT, Proprietor.
First Class Livery Rigs
At all Hours Day or Night.
Gentlemen's Driving Rigs, Etc.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Stables 1639-1641 O St.