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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDW. NOVEMBER 14, Hoi
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Nvr Buy a Garpet
UNTIL'' YOU II AVI. Sl.liN TIIK
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Exposition Carpel House
AM. THK NKWHST KITKCTS IN
COLORINGS AND DESIGNS.
vc show nil the newest tiling In Iioiimj
Ornpe, niul Imvc nn nttrnctlve line of
Always sec the Exposition Cnrpct Store
If you Deposit your Savings
Lincoln Savings Bank
Safe Deposit Co.
S. K.eor. llthaiuli'Hls.
THEY WILL EARN INTEREST FOR YOU
5-lJivc per Ct. per Annum-5
Hnvu flOO n weak and It ittiinmits with
Bterunllu ivoourto l,!i0ii.0O.
Ilauk open nl mart n. in. to ::.ti p. in. ami
Saturday eonlim, .Mo Up. in.
Safes to Rent In Burglar and Fire
American $ Exchange
National t Bank.
1. M. Itaymoml. I.nwls flrognry,
t'rostdent. Vlco President
. H Burnlitiiii,
I). O. Willi;,
Officers and Directors:
.'John II. Wright, Pros. T. K. HanuVrs, '.!
J. H. McClay, Cashier.
A Raymonil, II 1 Idtti, Tim Coehron K
It Slier, Cliai Wont, V U MheMoti.
General Banking Business Transacted.
German National Bank,
O.K. M nits ini-'ry, I'rofldent.
Horinan H. Holmbortr, Vlco l'rest.
Joseph llaeltnier, Casliler.
O. J. Wilcox, Ah. CiiKlilor.
Trustcts a General Banking Business
3mum letters of credit, ilruwdritlls on nil parts
tftue worlJ. Forjlxn collections u sjicclalty
,1 niwiir Wjicrn Maifrnt Time,
Viirnallci)niiiiiinnmtlimillrolti tlm olih'"
WiCHMtci Pkintinq Co,
Courier llulltlltiK. II. H N Hlrcot.
Tie I. ice noun AM
Ii. Wkhski., Jn., K.lltirniiilH(inlitiirltiii.
nntprixliilllio I'liitnlllrn of lilnroln Neb.,
its sreniul class nuttier.
"POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 65,000.
Try l.eavllt' Coal Creek Union,
(.'in K'tn nml fin tains In iie-t dwUiHiit
lli'iH)llu'lni'r it Co'h,
Ml U. J. (Iiillmntto, modiste, Ijtttn lllot k
over Miller it 1'iilin', Tnko elevator.
China tiring every Thursday itt Conserva
tmyof Minlo. Kllth ItiiH-t'll.
Our win k Miikn tor ltmlf. It needs no
brag or bluster, simply your own opinion
will testify to It merit, iiiemwiio i.e
(Irmitlii It on tho ground Moor, centrally lo
cal d nnd n lieatitlful pluco. Call nnd see us
at I!! I Mouth Twelfth stioet.
Thu Itiulleiit Homo Is nn tiuw fiiko hut ln
an established reputation for economy nml
beauty, Dunham lliick, ol agent, H'-M O
Coal of iivcry slw from tho lawt mine
hi Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Mlssoiitl, Co'nin
do mid Wyoming for mile. Iiy (loo. A. It-iy-mer.
Telephone illHI. Offleo I l!H O street.
Never buy n lileyelo or wheel of any mnlte
ui'dlscrlptlou until you hive seen K. It.
(luthile, 1MO O stieet. tin handles tho most
celehmtetl whet-lsnnd iiuikeit price Unit never
fall to effect n trade.
Blcycli- of nil kinds mid nil makes skill
fully repaired on short notice. Wrenches,
oil can, llies and outer supplies always lor
sale nt George & Kluhette, 1-M'J O street.
Don't fall to see the lino dlspl ly" ot Carvers
table cutlery, tea and eouVo istta rhown by
limine it Morris.
Iucct lleipolshelmiir it Co's lino litllll
nery at lowest prices.
Whim linvlnir horso blankets, pliuli Inn
ndsjs mid fur robe, Just empihe at Hi
ninth Uth street, opiraslte Cnpltal hotel.
MisiMlnehitrtnt lletpilslieimer it Co's.,
for line uilll'iiery.
Henry ilarphntu, liarneM mid saddlery,
U'J north 11th street, opKHlte Cnpltal .hotel.
V Hi'., lii.niliiiini tm for tl'oso uorsls mid
furiiUh thent from thei'heaimt print'! card
to tho llnst engraved woik. Having had
UMVtlll VHNH lVlll. llHIfHl Wll kt'l'll IlltttPll
n.v.. j,..u w..,-v. ....--- - -,- ,
on the most MylUli iIosIkus nbo1ittely cor
rect roniH, etc All wensic inieiiuiiig pur
chasers is to call nml iiisiect samples or tho
work we nre dally turning out Hill N stioct.
K)e nml Kar Hurgenn.
Dr. W. I.. Dayton, oculist mid uurist, l'-Wl
O street, telephone .'IT.1, Lincoln, Nebr.
Yinillilloiie - Kiiropeiin I'auo l'roiirtliin,
IjuIIcs, If you want most elegant facopivji
111 nt Ion, try this one. Ills pure as spilux
water; no lead, sediment or other lu)ui Idiih
substances. It imtkes your skin soft, rresh,
and clear; removi stall, blotches, discoloia
tlons, und ImpniU n jRnily complexion.
If your face is not what you desire it, try
"Youthllene". 1 guarantee It to give perfect
satisfaction. I have sought for a prcpaiit
lion that will make complexions fresh and
young looking and tinwl have found It, re
tailed at two dollars or three for five. I have
secured tho agency for this trusty nrtlcle,
J. H. Hauls Y. Druggist, Lincoln, Neb.
The Union racltto Mystem.
Has placel in dally service a solid train be
tween Lincoln ami Hloux City making cloe
connections at Columbus with inniu line
trains for all (Mints west, with Albion, Cedar
Ilapld, Onl and Grand Island and branches,
except Kiiiidas. Lincoln and Sioux City
dally connecU closely In union depot, Sioux
City, wlih the evening trains of connecting
line for the not th and east. For full pnrtlo
ulars apply at 1044 O street or at depot.
The Hot Hprlncs uf Dakota.
These springs are rapidly becoming famous
on account of tho wonderful curative proper
ties of tho waters, and the many marvelo.s
cures which have tieen effected by tho thei
The to n ami springs are delightfully situ
ated In n plcturesiiuo valley In the Black
Hills country, abounding in beautiful scenkt
efforts, und at an altitude of 3,400 feet above
the sea level; thus Insuring a pure ntino-i
there and exhilarating climate, absolutely
free from malaria.
Under tho enterprising and progrei-slve
management of the Hot Springs company
many doshablo improvements hnve been
made; mnoiig tho number tho erection of a
commodious hnth house fitted up with nil
modern conveniences for the control t of
gupt. New hotels have leeu built mid com
foitnbly fiit-iiMied tliroiiKlioiit, conducted In
llistclaM tylo mid nt leanoittiblo rates,
ThoMi who prefer ktopplug utu private house
ulll llnd many deirnblo boanlhig places
where pood accommodation are (urulKhed
at model nUip'Ice,
Tho superior dally service now nfforde,d liv
the HurliiiRton Houte to Hot Springs, with
through sleeping car accommoc'ntlotis from
Oiutthtt, Lincoln, Auroia mid Grand Island,
inakeH Ihe trip an easy mid enjoyable one;
mid for the beuetlt ot nil who desire to test
tho efllcacy ot the waters, round trip tickets
at reduced rot, good for ninety days are
now on salo at all olMces ot the Burlington
For pamphlet, descriptive of the springs,
and full Information as to rates, time, etc.,
apply to any ngent of the coiuiauy, or o
J. Fiiancih, Gen't lWr& Tk't Agt.,
Only Tell 1 1) Teutsn l'ack.
The celebrate! "Ilurliugtoit Houte" apply
tug cards are now sold nt ten cents per pack,
(&0 cents Is ttto usual price for such cards).
Whist, high-five and euchre parties will soon
be In order, and w) woull suggest that you
Iiy In a stock of theso cards for futuie re
quirement. A. O. Kikmkk,
City Passenger Agent.
Kuumwatm awiitom vmMwxu wuratttaati
FASHIONS 01' THK DAY.
olive HAPPEn Minnons them foh
Which Is thn IIMti-r lrl, Nlm Who
Hrrsnns In Attract Attention nr Him
Who Is Ciinlpnl In Ho liiciMiilinioiii
If Nlin Is (Inly In tho KnahhitiT
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 12. Homo wouieii
llko 11 ilress wIiono ittl(it nml modest
iiiiiko nml color will attract no uttcntloii
nml otliiTM ngnlii do not euro to liuvo n
gown Unit iIoch not hIiow ho iimrkcd n
"stylo" Unit iH'oplo will top mid turn to
look lifter tht'tii in tlui street.
Ono woiiuin 1h just its good nn tho other,
only 0110 loves to bo ruiiiiirkulilo iiiuoti
n throng nml tho other in content to
know Hint her costuming Ih nil limitless
hut still not noticcnblo. It always has
been 11 niootcil tpicstiou which of tho
two Ih tho bettor dressed. I glvo nn
illustration hero of ono of tho newest
styles, nml most stylish styles, ns well as
Hinoio modest one, und tho girl who!
wauls to look her Ix-st can cliomo for .
herself and bo miru hIio Ih right in either
Tho conttimo with tho quaint military '
coat Ih of grny In
dies' cloth, trim
med with green
velvet nml n very
llttlo gold em
broidery. T Ii 0
nhu) of tho coat
bnsipio la pecul
iar. It opens on
tho right sldo and
luia greon velvet
ribbon and emer
ald buttons. Tho
barques nro trim
med in tho sumo
way. Tho skirt
opens on tho left
sldo over a panel
of greon velvet,
I) u t hangs
straight on thu
right with almost
flounces, or, more
ing, folds neatly stylish costume.
stitched. Theso folds uxtuml to tho back
breadth on tho rig lit sldo. Tho cuffr,
sleovo cups nml collar nro of tho greon
velvet us well us tho hat. Tho whole
costniuo Is stylish mid striking, nlthougli
In perfect taste.
A moro modest though qulto ns hnnil
somen gown Is represented in tho plcturo
below mid Is ono easily accomplished by
tho homo dressmaker. It Is of grayish
blno Iwdford cord. Tho skirt Is qulto plain
in front, mid in tho buck tho plaits nro laid
in deep box instead of tho flat fan plaits
of tho most of tho dresses of the season.
Tho bottom of tho front breadth is slit
in seven places, tho front ones being n
trlflo deeper titan tho others, nnd thoy
nro bound in seal brown plush. Tho
basquu is plain and has bretelles of tho
plush reaching to tho shoulders mid then
to n point in tho back. Tho collar nml
front of tho neck has a passemontcrio
trimming of brown and gold.
Tho pretty hat is of tho smno materials,
with a couple of short tufts of ostrich.
Tho sleever are very pretty mid novel.
To got tho plain forearm mid full top
without seam requires that tho upper
portion should lo cut larger nnd longer
than tho length of tho arm, and whero
the gathers como tho sleovo should bo
cut out about four inches wider on each
side, mid this plaited in mid tho forearm
sown together. Tho effect is exceed
ingly dressy, mid yet very easy to get.
Tho back of this bosquo is perfectly
plain, mid it is open up to tho waist lino.
Tho smiro stylo could bo reproduced in
any kind or color of seasonable goods,
and Hercules braid could tako tho placo
of the plush, but in case tho plush was
used a plush jacket or cape would be
very suitable to wear with tills suit in
very cold weather.
Tho bonnets and hats hnvo become ab
solutely grotesque, that is, tho most of
them. There is
a little flat some
serves us a foun
dation to build
bunch of very
ItQWS and feath
ers curled closely
and then turned
under like a bish
op's miter, or the
frond of a fern
without grace or
than that of tho
stands up in the
back liken sitting
hen's tail, and in
front is another
and smaller ar
about tho same
sort. Some look
like ancient iral-
WALKING TOILVX ,oyH wlth thttr
prows lifted and tho nfterdeek covered
with all tho 8M)ils of tho Indies. In any
cjipo they nro certainly becoming.
A protty theater bonnet had a flat
shape, on which there nestled dozens of
jeweled bug, tho most of them green in
color. Over this was loosely puffed
black Briis:-els net und a bunch of it was
gathered at tho back into a standing
bow, held by a few strands of very nar
row ornngo ribbon and black velvet rib
bon an inch wide, which ended in strings.
The wholo effect was beautiful.
Gloves are medium length for street
wear, with four buttons, sometimes
three, and in mode, gray or tan, Tho
tan shades nro preferred. Castor gloves,
with embroiihred gauntlets, are seen.
Sashes for evening dresses nro niado of
Brussels net with balls of thistledown
sown thickly across tho ends In three
rows, and they are very light and pretty.
Some evening dresses are sewn all over
with wax ieail beads. They aro beauti
ful, but crush very easily. Black pearl
beads are us pretty us tho white ones.
WiU.inilil'ifti'itiss - '
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
It Is 1 Pmillili Man ttlm Turkln Vti
Wantkii. The Kicker wanU to engsKti
a spirited mid enterprising jouitg man
who Is not nfrnld of work und Isuiiililtious
to build himself up to net as 11 collector.
We lino about fioosliiiiilliig out, ami will
furnish a mule and tint revolvers as nn
011IIU free of expense. Tho collector will
m allowed to retain half of his collections.
We regard this 11s 11 splendid opening for
some ambitious eastern mini who wnuU to
work up in journalism. Ho will no doubt
be shot nt llfty times for every hundred
dollars he collects, but If he's got tho right
sort of amid he'll pull through and come
out 011 top of the heap.
After we've kIvoii him ado.en lessons on
getting tho drop, ami lie's had a couple of
,ln)s' uiijuMuiitm-o with our mule, we'll
back him to tackle nuy of our noupaylng
'iiIiiciIImts outslilo of n rllle pit. In case
it ilenth wo guarantee a fair to medium
funeral. Apply at mice.
At It AMAIN. As Is well known to tho
readers of The Kicker wo have 11 private
graveyard with ten graves lit It. The ten
graven represent ten different men who
Mere mistaken in slxlugiis up foraii editor
without backbone. We did the fair thing
In each ami every case sending for tin
coroner huyliiK u colllu turnlnu out the
bo) s lu procession, nml so on. The average
cost has been twenty-seven dollars per
funeral, ami that's rich for this locality.
Our contemporary, who has novershot 11
man, has la-en Insanely Jealous of our
"plant" out 011 thu sand lots, und on two
occasions before Inst night has Is-en caught
In the act of trying to steal somo of thu
heiidlioiinls to start n graveyard ot hlj
own. At 10 o'clock Inst night wo received
word that he was out there again. Wo
mounted our mule nml rode out. He had
just commenced opeiatloiis. Ho had his
old mult! hltclud to the fence, nnd took tho
alarm and immiited Iteforu wugot up. We
run him seven miles, hut his mule was the
faster and ho Kot away.
We want to bo neighborly ns nn editor,
butwu also want this old lop shouldered,
bow legeil lijenu to thoroughly under
stand that he tins at last made, us tired,
and that any further fooling around 011 hit
part will leave his milk and wntcr old sheet
without a head.
It Was a Faii.uiik. We got 11 sly hint
several ilujs ago t lint tho postmaster of this
town, whom we hnve had to shoot lit three
illllerent places wltlilii a jear In order to
expedite the mall service and prevent htm
from walking on us, hid sent over to Tu
ba 0 to kcI a man to do tin up, The routine
of Kctilug out one of the biggest and
brightest weekly papers In America (sul
scnptlous payable In advance) went on
Just the same, however, and wo didn't do
any private and coullileiitlul worrying
All tho forenoon yesterdny we heard
some one hollering around the streets for
gore, and upon Inquiry learned that it was
the man from Ttibuc. Ho was reported as
being a real, old fashioned terror from
Grlz.ly mountain, witlt his too nulls dyed
red und his eyes shining like two camp
llres, and that ho was nlso looking for us.
We were never moro culm or serene. Wo
Mint out to our grave digger to exeavnto
another hole nml wrote a note to Steve
Williams, the undertaker, to varnish up a
white w ood 2 by Omul net the trimmings on.
Il was about 4 o'clock lu thu afternoon
when we llulshed our editorial labors for
that day and started out for n saunter.
Just as we turned Into Sioux place the
man from Tubao Jumped out on us from
a door May and started in to secure our
right ear as a relic. Wo sat up with him
most of the night last night. Ono of the
bullets has been extracted, but the other
couldn't Imj leached with a three footstlck.
Unless inilammiitiou sets in he will very
likely pull through. I,f he does lie assures
us that he will be a changed man.
He wouldn't exactly say that tho post
master gave him fifty dollars to como over
and humble our proud editorial spirit, but
lie said enough to satisfy us that wo must
run over tomorrow und hnvo another pop
at our man. He's getting too coltish
again. M. Quad In Now York World.
lie Didn't Mr.
Father Lotik hero, young man, glvo nn
account ot yourself. What kept you out
bo late last nightf
Son I was attending n class lu ethnol
ogy, und of course I didn't want to leave
till the session was over.
Futher What do you want to lie forf I
have positive knowledge that you were nt
the bicycle tournament. Good deal ot eth
uology itbout that, ehr
Son Certainly. That comes under the
head of "the races of man," don't Itt
Charged In the Hill.
A suicide wns perpetrated In a certain
lodging house that shall lie nameless. A
few days after the landlady sent the family
of the deceased a bill containing the fol
"Fright caused to the waiter when he
discovered the corpse, nineteen trillion
ninety-five centimes." Petit Parlslen.
Siiro anil Hafe,
"If you want to destroy tho odor of fresh
paint lu n room, put a huitdf' of fresh
hay In a pall und let It stuy there over
"Oh, I've a simpler way than that. Boll
a cauliflower over tho gas." Harper's Da
tar. Will Telegraph.
A telegram, something after tho follow
ing form, may soon be seut from Chicago:
J. II. So and So Your son has just
fallen from tho top story of the Masoulo
temple. Will telegraph result ns soon au
lie gets down. Arkansaw Traveler.
"Two Is Company" (To the Third).
Miss Hhoda Vassar (with poetic Interrd
gatlon) Will you ever be as now? Ai
truer As constant?
Mr. J. Westchester Hunt (with melo
dramatic fervency) So long as yon sturdy
oak withstands the wintry blasts, so long
is the hills remain, so long and longer will
1 love and cher
'TiKor" Murphy (compelled to listen to
leabuve tor upward of an hour) If yo'll
cumi me, miss, Ol'll walk the rlst o' th'
I y homo. Ol'ui feellit sick. Smith 4s
n 7'n Montblv.
in 111 11 H 11
nn.' r in
SACK f SUITS
arc convenient, in fact they are the proper thing for business
use. We lead in this style of Clothing as in all others and
are displaying the handsomest line of Business Suits ever
opened in this city. We are in the race to stay, and promise
better value and more style, greater variety and better satis
faction than you can get elsewhere.
We are showing a nice line of those popular
which we invite you to sec at the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE
COR. 0 AND
NEW GOODS! NEW DESIGNS
NEW CLOTH CAPES
AND MADE UP IN THE RICHEST MATERIALS.
ALSO A LARGE LOT OF
Ready-Made Woolen Dresses, -0NLY
These Shoes are
to the use of Nurses, Invalids, elderly
people or any one
or tender feet.
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Olllif, Cur. 10th nml O Ms.
Yin lis, llll.i mill Y St renin,
HEN KOU WANT FINE JOB PRINTING
See the WESSEL PRINTING CO.
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troubled with cold
EXOLUSIVE Agent for GENUINE
Canon City Coal
Also Ili'bt ("Initio of
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famous Cnnon City Coal. Satisfy yourself ns to
the GBNUINE before ordering.
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