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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVKMBKR i.,, ib9t
Nickel Savings Stamps
Good (or Deposit in the Nebraska Sav
ings Bank will be found for Sale
at the Following Places:
llcrpolsliclmcr A Co., Exposition Depart
ClnsonA Fletcher. Wnll Paper nnd Station
ery, 1120 O.
A. L. Blinder, limns. Hooks, Paints, Oil ami
Motions, Kirtccntli and O.
Ualdwln Hros., Hardware, 1217 0.
MoKonny A Hon, Drug, Hlattonery, unci
Notion, 2712 O.
Htolnor & HclieuU, DIsponslitK Driiiriilsts,
corner Twolfth nnd 1'.
lljorkninn A Mmlwall, DniKKlitM, 22() North
J. M. llroiul, Groceries, etc, hs8 North
l.ludoll Hotel, Corner Thirteenth nmt M.
W. Uhko Miller, Confectionary and Notions
K. .1. Guile, General Merchandise, etc.,
Charles K. McMurrny, Groecrles mid Meat,
Chicago and Erie R. R
(liiito Chicago & Atlantic ll'y.)
In Connection with the
F0KM8 ITIIK lONIiY; LINK
Chicago and New York
Under Ono Management.
Tho Through Trains ol this I.mohetweoii Chi
cago ami New YorK arc run solid, tint
avoiding annoyanco and confusion
orchauxltiK cars or mlnlni;
Vestibule Limited Service
Vostlbnled Limited Trains, consisting of ling-
KWo, Hmoklmc and Day Coaches, with
Pullman Dining and Sleeping Oars
(heated by steam, lighted by gas),
over this Lino J
Every Day In the Year.
Pullman Service to Boston.
A Pullman lluifet Sleeping Car to ami from
lloston dally via this route.
This is tho ON (A 1,1 Ni; Uunnlng Pullman
Cars between Chicago and Uoston.
BUCK EV E ROUTE
To ColumbusOhlo, and Ashlnnd, Ky.
t'ullmau Sleeping Car between Chicago and
above Points dally.
Trains Arrlvo and Leave Dearborn Station,
For further Information, call on tho nearest
Hall road Ticket Agent, or addr
VI 0 Rlnearson, & M Tooker, D I Bouerti,
Oen. Pass. Agt. (Jen. Mgr. A,O.P. AeI.
New York, Cleveland. Chicago
Santa Fe Route !
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R, R
The Popular 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 City and PUEBLO, COLORADO
SPRINGS, and DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains Between Kansas City and
Galvchton. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal 1'olnts
in 1 oas.
TheOnlv Line Running Through the
OKLA'HOMA COUNTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan Handle. For Maps ami
TimeTahlcb and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
E. L. PALMER. Passenger Agent,
411 N.Y. Life Building,
OM .A. I-I JL. , NEB.
Mhot frutii Mnnjr Lookers.
A maiden speech One stick of tattl
fruttl, please. Buffalo Express.
The soda fountain will soon become In
flexible. -llliiKlinuiton Republican.
People allllcted with sleeplrssne.i'i should
go to sen In n naphtha launch, Pittsburg
Tho man who gets his deserts In this
world usually hns no "pudding." YonK
In homo eases It would ho Itettor If truth
crushed to earth could not riso ngnlu.
Wo tip tlio scales to learn our weight,
mid tip tho waiter to avoid n wait. Illifg
"Mlna Is n patient wait," remarked the
young doctor as ho wit lonely in ids olllco
It Is n good rule to pay as you go. Hut
some men must Ihi goliiK very slow If tliey
go as they pay. Now Orleans Picayune.
Tim kliiKiif Coren Is named Li HI. Some
of tho surrounding nations would like to
make him llo low, Baltimore American.
Tho llowurs that bloom In tlio sprint;,
trn-la, have n good deal to do with the
breach of promise case in tho fall. Dallas
Photographers tiro never progressive.
They always Impress you with tho Idra
that you must not move. Richmond Ro
Wo always onvy n fat woman when wo
see her latiKhlug. Thero seems to 1m so
much of her that Is IiuvIiik a good time.
Tho man who complains that tho ser
mon Is too lotiK Is the same olio who thinks
tho mlnlstrel performance Is too short.
Her Nun llniiuy.
An old woman who was selling peanuts
from a basket was silting In tho shado of
Homo freight near tho Fort Iajo steamer
binding, and after we had talked n bit she
"Five years ago my son Danny win
drowned In this very slip n.id I often comn
down he ii! and sit and think of him."
"That, was sad to lose a son that way," I
"And such a good boy an my Danny wast
He never nave mo ono moment's worry."
"How old was ho?"
"OoIiik on twenty, sir, and ho dearly
loved his own mother. Ho sat right on
that beam there with his feet over the
water, and ho probably fell asleep. All
to once ho fell In, and though the boys
tried to Have him ho nuviir citmu hp again.
It was an awful blow, sir."
"Must hnvo boon."
"But perhaps it was for tho best after
ill. for ho hadn't been gone two days when
tho police came to arrest him on four dif
ferent warrants, and they said ho'd hnvo
been sure of nt least twenty yearn In state
prison. Poor Danny, ho was such a good
boyr-Now York Evening World.
Oooil Out of Kvll.
How to See the Illood Vvisela of the Kye.
Purklnje discovered n very simple and
highly entertaining experiment by means
of which tho retina, with all Its veins and
blood vessels standing out In relief against
it, can bo thrown into tho ulr before one's
eyes. It is called tho nrliorescent figure,
from Its likeness to a many branched tree,
and is produced In tho following manner:
lu a dark room nt night move a caudle
backward and forward lwfore tho eyes,
these being firmly fixed on the wall be
yond. After a few seconds the nlr will as
sume a reddish appearance, and running
over it in nil directions may be seen the
veins nnd blood vessels in bold relief, while
toward the center of the figure there rises
up a dark trunk, from which the veins
branch out on all sides.
The trunk is visible where the optlo
nerve enters the eye, nnd this experiment
is chiefly interesting to the student as
proving that tho parts of tho retina which
actually receive nnd produce the sensation
of light must lie behind the blood vessels,
since these cast their shallow onto it, ami
we nro enabled to see them, as wo see any
other object, externally. Chambers' Jour
nal. The Chair of Pence.
In the old church nt Beverly, Yorkshire,
England, high upon the wall back of the
pulpit, thero Is a projecting stone seat bear
lug this inscription:
"Haeo Sedes Lnpiden Freed Stool Dlol
tur, I. e Pads Cathedra; Ad Quiitn R.-US
Fuglendo Ptrveuleus Omulmodam JJubut
That is to say, "Tills stone seat is culled
Freed Stool, or Chair of Peace; to which,
if any criminal llee, ho shall hnvo full pro
tection." It is related of one Jack KalTerf, vho
killed n jockey at the rneu of 1705, that hi
managed to get to the "Freed Stool," upjo
which ho sat until ho died rather than sur
render. St. Louis Republic.
A Model's Courtthlp.
L. M. Bates was the first Jobber to em
ploy a model on which to trv Hamuli's of
cloaks. His llrt model was a tall, strik
ing, Drown haired, self reliant young
w mi, who iimmI to say that during tho
llrst weeks of her e.perieucu she "felt like
ft flunk," because the salesmen hcrullnUcd
her and tried to make love to her. Ono
day a buur from the far west fell in lovo
with her lu fiiruiM, mnirled her, and took
her away. New Vork Sun.
Flr.t Ainu,. All.
First .Merchant Well, my button took
llrst prl.u lu Its class at tho fair.
Second .Merchant That's good. Havo
many competitor l1
First Merclmut-Wull, no. Fact Is, I
had nocotuputltois, but several promised
to exhibit, hut did not. Jewelers' Circular.
HIS WIFE WAS SICK.
He Had llime Hie lloat He Could, bat
Hhn Didn't Improve.
An old follow from Possum Rldga was
In town In quest of a doctor, and nftereon
slderahln Inquiry succeeded In locating
one. Striding across the street the old
chap entered the olllco of a young M. I).,
nnd addressing a man who wns reading a
newspaper said I
"(lood morning, sir."
"Say, nlr ye tho feller what runs this
yer concern f"
"Hlrf" cried tho M. I), severely.
"I axed If y tho chap what hangs out
nt this shop."
"1 am tho physician who offices hero,
"Ohl .lest so. That's what I wtu drlvln
at, so It's nil right. It's your business to
fling medicine, I reckon?"
"I prescrlbo remedies for tho sick."
"Prescrllo medicine. Tell people what
to take and how to take it."
"Uh, huh. Then yer tho feller I wns
look In for. I want some medlclno for the
"What kind of niwllrliiof"
"Oh, I hain't partie'lar 'bout tho kind.
Jest anything that's convenient and
"But, man, wo must give a remedy to lit
the case. What do you think nils your
"Hain't no idea what."
"Is sho very sick?"
"Wal, no, not very. Sho's Jest sorter
under tho weather."
"Just complaining, eh?"
"No, she don't complain overmuch, but
she grunts a power."
"Is she able to gut about?"
"Ilaliit been onto' tho bed since harvest
time. She was uncommonly stout up to
that time, nn made, a full hand In tho har
vest ever' day. But nuiico that she nlnt
been wiilh shucks."
"Sho overdone, herself, perhaps?"
"Reckon not. I worked right along the
side of her, ilolu ever' bit an grain as
much work in sho did, an It never got me
"Yes. Well, what do you think Is the
"Cnshamity, mister, 1 halnt n ghost of n
notion. I know, though, she's blamed bad
"How is her appetite?"
"Pin afeerd It ain't ralo fustrnte."
"Rather weak, you think?"
"I diiuno if it halnt sorter."
"What does she eat?"
"Will, sho halnt eat nothln for three
"Nothing for three days?"
"Not er bite, mister."
"Well, I should say her appetite was not
"I was nfeerd it was fallln."
"Haven't you ilonu anything for her?"
"Why, yes, yer bet I have. Pvo done
over'thlng I could think of."
"Hnvo you given tier medlclno of any
"ImIh of It."
"What havo you given her?"
"Will, oer'thiug thero was about tho
house. Pvo give 'or pokeroot ten, polecat
oil, turpentine, condition powders, nn lost
night I guv her a big dose o' hoss Hutment.
I thought shore that last would fetch 'er
right out, but it didn't 'pear to help 'or n
denied bit. It's que re. too, for it's power
ful good fer bosses."
"Well, well, that beats mo."
"Yer Ixit. It beats me, too, dock. I
never would a believed that thnr hoss lini
ment would a failed. Reckon ther old
'oman must bu sorter porely when nouoo'
them tricks won't faze her."
"It's n wonder, man, that sho isn't dead."
"Think so? Reckon mebby, then, she
would n been dead if I hadn't doctored her
up so keerfully."
".Man, It's a downright shame to hnvo
that woman lying there like that."
"Yer right it is, dock, for asides tho ex
pense, it's a heap of trouble to tend on her.
Then titer's tho corn getherin an tho win
ter wood gettln comin on, nn, by jinks, it
begins to look like I was goln to hnvo nil
tho work to do myself. It's not only u
downright hIiiiuio to hnvo 'er lyin ther,
dock, but it's blamrid unhandy. Ever'
thing is goln to rack 'bout the place, tho
fences gcttiu nlf down nn the tnters rottin,
an over'thlng, since sho halnt been able to
look after 'em, I thought she ort to he
got up out o' the bed someway, so I reck
oned I'd git n llttlo medicine from you.
Even if it costs me live or ten cents, I 'low
it 'ud be cheaper in tho eend than to let 'or
hang on au wear the thing out." Now
Story of Mitii with m Sure Thing.
This is the dispatch ho sent to a friend at
the race track just before ho Invited every
ono In Bight in to have n drink:
"Put thirty dollars ou for me. Missed
This is tho reply received as ho wns or
dering the third round nnd telling every
one that he had n dead sure twenty to one
shot in the second race:
"Put thirty dollars on what?"
This is the answer he made all haste to
"On Stlck-iuthe-Mud to win the second
race. Don't full."
This Is w4int the ticker said as he told
the bartender to put halt n dozen bottles
on the ice:
"Second race Stlck-in-the-Mud llrst, Old
Hoss second. Time, 1:51."
This is tho dispatch he received as ho was
about to order tho llrst of tho half dozen
'"." late. Why didn't you give mo tho
name ih"y7urjlrst telegram?"
This is tho rejdv ho sent as he walked
out of tho hotel biifvQom and started In the
direction of the government pier:
"Can you give mo tVo iinmo of a good
asylum for idiots ai.d feeble minded
sport?" Chicago Tribune.
Frances It Is that tlrrsomu Mr. Cobalt,
with Ills eveilastliiK Kalilile ou art.
Iaura(hotly) I tliluk lie amounts ton
Kood dealt lie Is quite wedded to his art.
Prances A case where marrlugo seeniH
to boa failure. Life.
I ,' - I ' :1
A Nkepllnil Pnllent,
The other day n stylishly dressed gentl
man called on one of the leading dontlsi
lu Paris, llo was Introduced Into tho coi
llltft I list mtti.
suiting ami operating room.
"Monsieur, I am Count , ." Ex
change of hows. "I want n complete sot of,
teeth put lu."
"Nothing more simple,"
"Beg your pardon, not quite so simple. I
havo n few stumps left that require pulling
out llrst. But hitherto I havu always
shrunk from thu operation. I am dread
fully tender and tho ery thought of the
Instruments makes mo"
"But, count, jou won't feel anything,"
"Certainly, I have heard that you em
ploy aini'M belles; that Is why 1 came
"They are Infallible."
"Infallible, ou say?"
"I have Ism told that iM'foro, but enn
you prove It?"
"Prove It? l,ook hero, I will myself Ill
halo the fumes of tho liquid contained In
this hottlonud )ou will sen"
"That they render you Insensible?"
"To everything, You may pinch mo, do
what you like with mo"
"You don't say sol"
"You mil) take my word for It."
And the dentist, put on his mettle, sat
ilown, took u whiff out of tho bottle nnd
fell asleep. When ho awoke, tho noble, pa
tient had disappeared, nnd carried olT with
him the dentist's watch and nil ' o money
he had in his drawer. Chroulqtio.
A wealthy Austin iluilo Is lu (he hnbltnf
giving lu tines on art to which ho Invites
Ids friends, who would rather take medi
cine than attend. (Blhooly In particular
Is vury export In making excuses, but last
week the iluiln got the best of him.
"You will be ou hand at my leeturo
ThiiD-dny night, will you not, dllhooly?"
"There Is nothing lu thu world I would
like better, but. I have an engagement, fur
Thursday night. If It was uuy other night
of the week nothing could keep me away,"
replied (illhooly, looking as sad as If he
was giving up an oyster supper.
"I thought that was what you would say.
1 don't deliver my lecture until Friday
night, so jou are foiled again." Tumis
A Vnliiuhlii Tiiulo.
Charllu has just learned to read, nnd he
tries his new iiccoinpllshiueiit at every op
portunity. The other day ho was slowly
spelling out from a newspaper tho dver
tlsemeiit of somebody's patent mo
"l think with sorrow of
years of suffering I spent la-foro
took j our wonderful tonic. Ho
much pain I might have lieo
spared.' What does that mean, Harry
"Don't you know that?" replied the
brother contemptuously. "That? ,
that means if ho had taken tho tonic hi i
ho had thu sulferlng ho'd havo been 1
long agol" Harper's Bazar.
Making Horn of it Mnnl.
"I'm going with Tom Trotter, tho Ya le
va rd football player, to tho reception to
"How can you go with such a groat,
"Why, just think how ho can break
through tho rush lino for supperl" Har
"My wife Is a singularly Ingenious
woman," remarked thu married man.
"iudeedl" bald the bachelor, with a lan
guid effort nt interest.
"IndeedI assure you. It wns only yes
terday that she found a new place to hide
my slipjHirs." Texas Sifting.
' ' ' ---- ..... ,.,...-..,,,. IIIS MJWll
Hitherto Foreign to It.
Tom I hear tho manufacturers of the
Etlckfast mucilage are putting something
new into it.
Jack Something now? what Is It?
Tom Something to make it stick.
AH Ho Wnntixl.
She You would lie tho lost man in the
world I'd fall in lovo with.
He That's all I'd ask. I don't want you
to lovo anybody after mo. Texas Slftlugs.
At tho Cutler's Will these razors cutf
The dealer, stripping down his shirt col
lar and exhibiting u splendid gash There,
eo for yourself) SobremesA.
HARDY & PITCHER
211 South llth St.
Moving Household Goods and Pianos a Specialty
DO NOT FORGI'T
A. T. Gruetter & Co.'s
Mammoth Furniture House,
MON.'A Y.NOVEMBER 16th.
Music afternoon and evening by Aug. Hagenow's New
Lansing Theatre Orchestra. Kveryboby is invited to call
and inspect the Finest, Largest and Cheapest Stock of Fur
niture ever shown in the west.
A. T. GKUETTE1? & CO.
124 to 134 North 13th.
Opposite New Lansing Theatre Hloek.
YOU GET FITS
And the right kind as well, as excellent
wear and latest style in Shoes when
Parker & Sanderson;
Sec their fine line of shoes for
- 1009 O ST.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
WITH US FOR
FOR SUNDAY DINNER,'
AND THEY. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
Makers of Bon Bons and Chocolates.
Also Delicious Ice Cream and Soda Water.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF -
IN THE CITY.s-
TUB DATE OP THE
'1001 0 Street.