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CAPITAL CITY COURIER,, SATUKDN
Elder Flower Cream
lanotiicomitle lu the nonno wlilcli Hint
lnn U populnrly ntil, Itiit iioriniiiu'iiUy
bcatilllte. It crenlea n mil, smimtli, olmr
rlvpy Hklu, ami ly tlitllv u-to Kriiiluiilly
makes tlio eomplexlun aovernl simile whiter.
It In n ooimtiun pnitii'tlini from (tin rlleolit of
mm Mint vrlmt nml rovinU, mtnlmrn unit
freckle, mill liliu'kln'iuln wilt inner nimu
whllnyouiuolt. Holi-uiuoa the men far lol
tor Ituui Donit mitt witter, uourlMirniiml ImlliU
up tlio ikln llmiimimtl Huh provenl l no for
mixtion r wrinkle. U Rives tint HokIiukm,
clcnrneit nml aiuiMithuea ol skin Hint j'tni
had whim it little Rlri. livery Intly, yotmir of
old mmht to turn It. iii It rIvcn it iiiiiio youth
miniiiM'nriiiicotoiiiiylrtity, nmt Hint I"1.""''
nontly, Itcoiitnlini iiiiiioll,Miwilir.iriilkiill,
na U in lmnnUmiH ilmv unit n uunrlNhliiit
M (law In to tlm tinner. I'rlett HMMI. Auk
your ilrnoaUt forlt.
MAMI'f.K llOVTI.i: mulled fireo tu any lly
on receiptor 10 rnnlH In liiiiipn to my for
poMitgo ami imcklnir. Uuly Aki'IUn wiiiilcd,
Mr, tlcrviiuo tlriilintn, "lli'ituty Doctor,"
103 nl Hlreot, Knn Kranvlsen.
All tlio loiullint l.lnenln ilrillt mill It.
H. T. Clarke Drug Co., Lincoln.
MiTilnnm In JiiiiR Nnunu. (1. T. A. 0.. It. I.
kr.R. H., Chlcaito. ami rwjvi 1mmIot Mlil. tha
llrkMldMknf I'.nll roll evpr htniflnt. TKN CK.NT8
per park, pout w taiiiw. for on r limny.
Jtemember (hut the
bent route to Chicago from Lincoln
(throitflt Omaha) in
via the " Itock Inland."
The Dining Car uve all
new and elegant f the
vvrvlce everybody known
in the bent lit
the United State.
Hare newer and better Sleejterg,
hanttHome Day Coachen,
bent ltcdlningt Chair Corn,
unit the train in new and the
haiidnoment that run from
Lincoln to Chicago (via Omaha),
If you want to be
convinced' of thin fact,
compare- it with other
no-catted flrnt-ctann linen.
Tlckctn for nate by
City I'annengcr Agent,
In the Hotel Lincoln."
Mil nan to JOHN auniu, O. V. .
k P, H. ., Cblcwto. and rroelra, poatas
, poataia utanip. fur one or many,
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Cutting and Shampooing
BURR : BLOCK.
LadlM Waa Pr. Le Duo'a Perlmllcwl
Mlla from larla. Krnnce. Tlmt IKMlttVoly ro
Hare apprvaaloni, monthly iforangcnienla
i irreKuiariiiea oauacu uy cuiu, mmnnvMi
aock, anomiu, or gonorni norvoua ufuu j .
Tha large proportion or llbt to which tallica
t Md mlaaea are liable, la tho ill roc t rvaiilt of a
Maordered or trrcaulnr momtrtintlon. Hup
pwaalona couttnuoU reaiilt lu blood potaonlng
adqulokcornuinptlou. tl pnekaao or3 for
ftBnt direct on receipt ot prloo. Hold
Lincoln by II. W. Ilrowii, drtiBKitt.
BE A MAN
APKLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
MM UT W INM I-MTMlltt II WU!
ft at Mnk n f 4tMk.
Tarr Baa aaa a btbobb)
aa Ttaoutl la all niaatta.
WMilMM urn a
ln mm hh at
aafftrlai Crtai RUTOVI 01
liuti: L ar ralllaa Maa-
ktaa. rkraUU Bimmm. HaUI
Warrr. Maataa BvUarat. ar
aaytBUOHAI. WKAKatM, caaka
ra&araa ta turiet RIAITB aa
tta MIL! TRAUTT at ITBei
mm, taa rrli aaa rr ai aaiwaa.
a ciaim oy ytara oi pracura 07
M9I0I0LT Or IVOCBH' In treat
rv incall suiaiti, waaiattattana
AaSuiUu at Mta. Ttatlmonlala
' from 60 Hlatca and Territorial.
99m HKW Vlapald.forallmlir.l tlm;
lallTi"" fallltaaattaaairBeilI TklAT
pflV;TaaaMka rtUT BUTOKSB aa TaaaiaaU
ruaat uui ua uUlhienl Arc.aiald.Doat
aad Facial Kota to Joun HiBUTU:t.T.
P. B. M- Cbioaso. awl ntwlt , poataca pal
1 data aar aaaa. aa or many.
aid laatmrra or rsxaAMHir,
.aa4.Tjrpawrltlac.li tfca beat and larmat
KeWerej3aaa la aMaadaBoelaat
t loc aMiaai in trunnion
Jfaaattr. rfoaal toaWjcUoo.
I aataiofae, f ntttan Journal, as4
mmWb, mm tn fcy atMrnatac
TIHIMHTHag OOMC Llaaala. Xafc.
' t .-4a
11 wi 1
I 1 l OS
A GUC2-I CHANGE.
NtintrlliU "hh it Mini Will Hit Into Ifca
Until! oT llnlnu 'riilnu.
It Wilt III I III' ilnyx wlii'll nil M Ilrxt
Mrtirk In IVntixylvtinlii tlml ntn luiky
IHtHM'iHiir of "nun' viiliiiililn liitnl M It nt
nn cxii'lli'tit IphikmIii. IIcIimiI Ioiik liml ii
ili'lrv to visit i:iiniH nml ns IiIh pirwiit
nii'iiti Miiitili'il lilni loKiMfy Itl" wlult It
win not Ioiik In-fori' lit' wimnn nnoof tin
ori'iin IIiiith iilolii Ills wiiy to tlmOlil
World, tin 1 1 Itl Knulnnil nml Irflnml In
llnttcliiM ntylo, iiiiitlrln it fnnilof i'.mi
rli'iieo from ronlnct with InnilloriN nml
ollii'iN Unit wiin ci'itiilnly viiliinlili', If only
for wluil It I'twt Itl tn to lu-ijiilt o It.
LniililliKwIint licllil ill tlm iirUtninioim
tlio'f tlmt npokf IiIh invn Iiiiikiiiiki'. H
inntlt' lilni In it nifii'iiruciirloiiH Iobco Inm
tlm iHiiiiiliTiuirli of llii'xi' K'tilry woitlil
twit lilni In Himiiy riiiiK't'iinil llnly. 'I'lic
finvliiijiilrlct liu mnilcillil not ri'iiMiiru him
tlmt (litlllu or Itnllitn Inwtn wcniitny lw
frtiKiil or fXiittliiK Hum tlicwuof tlm llrlt
lull kliiKilom, mo Unit lu nut uiitiut iirull.v
JiiiIkiiI from ml nxiwrlptirn Hint wi iniii'li
of liln limn it wiim not I'niployi'il In Hlccp
liiK would I io ilili'lly iK.ouili'il In opriilnc
hln piH'ki'tliiHik nml nmkliiK vnrloiiM pny
ini'tiU nml ilnmit lout iiioni or Ii'nn Jnt In
nlmott uwrylKxIy ho wuh hroiiKlit In con
WliKtliur hn wiim rlKlit or wronK In tint
KMtiinliiK Hint iivery H.lnKMi-nt no Ioiik m
It wni pnlil for, hit t'oitlil not positively i,i
I'lilu for homo Hmo. 'I'lio theory Hint It wn
nil rlKlit liml cnrrliil lilni HiroiiKli l'iirl
nml other of tlio prlnrlpnl eltles, after visit
Inn which ho liml uomu to Marseilles.
Hero hln eyes with iIi'IIkIiIiiI with rendltiH
(ho li'Ki'hil on h rnthor fair lookhiK hotel
Hint IIiikIIsIi wiim spoken tliero. Knterlnu
ho foil ml this statement only partly M'i I
lied, iw n knowli'ilKU of that speeeli ni
folillncd to the propilelor. Still as he had
liiailo out liltlieito HiIm wiim nntliliiK ol'n
shock, liHIiiniKli lio simiii found Hiu petty
extortions piaetkcd iiiniii IiIiii wi-iv. Tie
nllKlitvst service wnt treateil In tlm Unlit, ol
ntt Item for Hid hill. Opening n wliutmv
Neeiiunl to ho made a iiieinoraliduiu of hy
tlm oIlklatlliK waiter, and IiiiiiiIIuk IiIiii ii
light for his cIkii liad tho character of n
Thlt went on for nliotit half 11 day, w Inn
he had mi altercation with an ollklal
whom hi) erroiu'ously Ksik for tho man
that lilaeked tho hootH. Ah neither undei1
Ktoml Hit' other too well, tho traveler, i)f
sllily inlstiikluKtlmKnreoti'M natural vivue
Ity for olTenslveiiesi, knot kit! hliu over n
couple, of trunks ami down tho stairs.
In it moment up rushed tlm proprietor.
".Mini Ult'ii, monsieur," lio cried. "You
tanvu killed the walterl"
"Killed him, did If" was tlm somehiit
utprNed nnsuer, "Oh, well, cIiiiiko IiIiii
In thu hill." Philadelphia Times.
-"" ,., , i
Frederick (who Is backward) I would
ltko to bo an old time knight, to fight fot
She Wouldn't It lio better If you woru n
muu-at-arins if 1 ,1 fe.
An liiiiiirlitnt IVrann.
There are not a few men who fancy that,
because they are persons of wealth and con
oquenco In a community, they nre exempt
from the duties ami liabilities of the mill
nary cltUen. A man of this sort was drawn
to servo upon a Jury uiul did not appear
when his name was called hi court. The
court onleitsl that ho be flnetl ttventy-llve
About half an hour afterward thu man
apnt'imsl In tho courtroom to answer tar
dlly to Ills name.
"You huvu Ihh!H llntsl twonty-flvo dollar
for iioiiatteiidaueo," said tho judge.
"But I had a very Importunt business en
KitgemcntI" said the man.
"Did you stipiMisc that an engagement
would excuse yon for not answering the
mtmmonsof tho courtt" answered tho Judg
The juror, who whs a pompous man with
an Important air, liegan to grow Indignant
at tielug addressed in this way.
"I would have your honor understand,"
ho exclaimed, "that 1 am ono of tho mo.it
prominent business men In this co nun uni
"Oht In that case," said the judges quiet
ly, "yon wlU'ba able to stand n larger Hun.
Mr. Clerk, you will Increase this gentle
man's Hue for nouattcndaiico to fifty dol
lars!" Youth's Companion.
Dull f Coiprrhiulcn.
Old Gout (who knows tho young man'
alary) If you and my daughter could li
rvsH-ctnl)ly and comfortably on twenty
'dollars a week I should not object to tht
match. Hut you can't.
Young Man N-o, but my salary Is twen
ty tlo'lars a week, and that added to the
twenty dollars a week you are talkluu
alMiit would make forty. New York
The Height of I'ollteneaa.
Clerk You say you want only ono dr
Travcrs Yes. I am getting It for a
friend of mine. He has my dress suit, ami
I thought I would give htm.a shirt to com
plete the outfit. Clothier and Furnisher.
Miss Van Wrlnkle-Whntl Six hundred
dollars for that nntlnuor Why, that's jm t
twico aa much as you asked for It a mouth
Salesman Hut, madam, It's just twice
aa old aa It was then. New ork Sun.
A Man of the WurM.
Beggar-- Pit-am.', sir, will ye lend me n
dime ter Kit homethln ter cut?
Gentleman You've got a quarter in your
hand now. Whnt's tlmt for)
Beggar That's ter tin th waiter. New
A StroiiK Hint.
Old Boarder You ilon't .spell soup with
Mi "H." do youf
Mrs. Sllmdietr-Certululy not. Whyf
Old Boarder I thought not; I not loot
there wasn't any oyster In lt.-Now Vot
BEGAN A9 A CIVIL ENGINEER.
John (llliurr Hprril nml 11 Ik t.lfa aa
Hsf In I Coi reititidelli'e.
Ni:v YoitK. .Inn 7. It is now about
font toon yeiii iiki that I llrst mot .loltn
Olliuur 8mimI It wiim tlti'ii, coinliiB to
New Yorl ittiti iinktiowu or ut leant
lint known ly ninny, tlmt ho joined tho
stall of ilio Now York World ami Iickuii
tlm praetlcc of lllenitiiroiiud journalism
In which he hits liccomo so itt'complUlioil
nml illHtliiKitlslii'il. Tho World was
Hum under tlio inriiaKoiiuMit of Mr. Wil
liam Henry llttrlhort, uiul although It
wan not then the Ktttiit ami ttucciosHftil
newspaper It has hIiicu been inado. it
wiihu good Mehnol for ii lioginnor. Its
stair, though small, contained alilo and
liiilllant inoti, .Mr, Speed, nulck tu
learn nml unite williiiK to tako nroner
aiivaiitago or iiih opporiuntttes, touml
himself among men skillful in nil that
pertained to their profession. Ho prolit
ed greatly by their help nml mlvlco. He
soon earned ami received advancement
to a position of responsibility ami to
work of importance
Hut Mr. ypeeil was already well pro
pared by his education ami past oxtKirl
ouco for Hitccess In his now calling a
calling In which no knowledge, however
attained, whether from books or through
observation or from others, can come
amiss or bo otherwise than useful. Mr
Hpeed was liorn of distinguished ances
try In Kentucky In 1833. His father
was Philip Speed, a well known banker
in Louisville ami a brother of tho James
Speed who hovniiio attorney genoral in
the first cabinet of President Lincoln,
ami his mother was Kiiiina Keats, unieco
of John Keats, tho poet. It was early
decided for Mr. Speed that ho should bo
a civil engineer, ami to that end ho was
educated. Lator ho practiced his pro-
JOHN Olt.MKIt BPKKD.
fcsslon with considerable success in
Louisville nml thereabouts, Ho planned
and superintended tlio making of streets
and roads: ho built sowers and railroads
In IbTO, when tho Centennial commis
sion was organized and. tho exhibition
hold tn Philadelphia, Mr. Sliced became
an assistant lu tho bureau of transpor
tation in tho United States government
It was in 1877 that ho joined tho stall
of tho Now York World. Then, whothet
engaged in ordinary rontino work or us
a correspondent sent to Intorvlow tho
Marquis of Lome, then made tho viceroy
of Canada, and to describe his coming
with his royal brldo, or In tho editorial
discussion of events of tmportauco, he
did so well that when lu 1B7I) tho place
bocamo vacant ho was offered and ac
cepted tho iosttion of managing editor.
In tills responsible post Mr. Speed re
mained four years. During tho latter
part of his service in that position ho
added to its duties tho important ones of
tho publisher or business manager. It
wus no light task to tuns carry on uotu
departments of a great dully nowspaper.
but Mr. Speed has very satisfactory rec
ollections of good work accomplished.
Early in Ib83 Tho World changed
hands and Mr. Siecd resigned and de
voted himself for awhile to woll earned
rest. Then ho undertook a work to tho
accomplishment of which ho had long
looked forward. Ho edited tho "Letters
and Poems" of his greatuuelo, John
Keats, and wrote a biography of him.
These, tho biography nml tho now edi
tion of tho "Letters and Poems," were
published together lu 1884. Tho work
was exceedingly creditable to Mr.
Speed's iudustry ami skill and tho bi
ography is likely to remain an authority
and tho llnul word concerning this great
poot. Mr. Speed was secretary of thu
American exhibition in Loudon in 1887.
Ho was busy for many months while
organizing this exhibition and after
ward during its progress tn London.
Aftor his return ho was mado editor of
Tho American Magnzino in 1881). Since
thon ho lias lieon n writer of miscellane
ous matter for tho dntly press, tho week
lies and the magazines, and his observa
tion, almost nnlversnl in its scopo, and
his skill in handling his subjects havo
made him n valuable and welcome con
tribntor. W. M. Banqs.
Wunt tin Sllclit ITetovta.
lncousiilerjug the Chili mutter it is
well to remember that some of tho
bloodiest wars in history havo resulted
from mattofs so trilling
that tho common Fenscof common men
absolutely refused to accept them as
reasons, lu truth, tho two nations
fought because thoy wero In "lighting
humor; tho canso ullegcd was a mere
protest Who can assign any substan
tial reason for Louis Naiwleon's begin
ning the war on Prussia in 1670?
Some soldiers of Modonn, in thu times
when Italy was divided Into many states.
onco cartled off a bucket from a woll In
nn adjacent state. There
was lht a
local light about It, thou a Ismlor light,
mid finally it war in which lO.tMMi lives
wero lost. At least thrco of BoiinpartoV
great wars were made on pretexts so
trilling that no jitsiorinn has been able
to llguro out the exact cause. And so of
many other wars. The moral is obvious.
U Chili and the United States aro to
light. It will bo simply because thoy an
anxious to light. Tho great republic has
enioved a verv long peace, It Is full of
vounsr and hot blood, und ita navul of-
fleers aro secretly longing for brush
I with somebody
llntv In lln KrlmnU trltli Your Siiii-Im-Imw.
It wottlil Kuom a tinnier task to bo
friend with nun's son. In-law than with
any other relation, for it U hard to boo
tho daughter who has been tho petted
and carcMod nut Ineipoiislblu darling
of the homo piss from that llfo, where
mother was every thing, to lior now home,
where her now duties nml now llfo put
her upon the footing of n now being. No
man can or Is expected to treat his wifo
as the mother treated her daughter, nml
it hurts a mother keenly until alio can
become accustomed to it. Her now ro-
la.l 1 a 1 .!
is antagonistic from tho beuln'
more from habit of hearing
mothers-in-law ridiculed and abused
than anything, and lio in dotoruiined
that she shall not domiuato him. Tlio
only way in which sho can hopo for
friendliness is to remembor tho dilTor
ouco between it husband and a mother,
close her ears to complaints and horoyes
to faults and avoid giving advico or tak
ing sides in tho little things thatnro
bound to arise to disturb tho peace of
tho household Every man lias a dim
distrust and jealousy toward his wife's
mother, ami only time will wear it
away Tho mother-in-law has a very
different rolo to play, particularly If
obliged to live with hor son-in-law. Sho
is often unjustly blamed and mndo to
feel herself an lutrutlor, her wishes nml
natural desire to tako tlio lead lu house
hold matters, which sho understands
and her daughter does not, aro resented.
Sho is openly snubbed and persistently
slighted by nine out of ten sons-in-law,
and it is no wonder that bitter enmity Is
engendered. Tho only safo rule for a
mother-in-law to bo friends with her
1 daughter's husband is to edaco her in
I divtduality as completely as possible and I
1 worship, or pretend to worship, thonoblo
. being who lias married hor daughter
l Above all, she should never know any
thing about hor son-in-law's shortcom-'
iugs or Into comings. Some people might '
I call her an accomplice, but it is her only
. hopo, MOTIIUH-I.V-t.AW. I
Hiht to .tin lio lluim l.uy Kvnry lluy. (
1 Give each hou an ounce of fresh meat
every day, and mix a small amount of
red popper with their food during the
winter. Ulvo them plenty of grain,
lime nml water, and keep them by 1
Hnw tu OIdiiii Lump Cliliuiieya.
IJnlessa chimney bo very badly smoked
it Is really very much better not fo wash
them. Nothing is better as a cleaner
than an old newspaper. First dust off
tlio chimney, then breathe Into it and
twist a piece of the paper into it until
tho inside is polished. Hub the outside
with tlie paper after moistening with tho
breath. Many chimneys aro broken in
tho wash basin, and besides particles of
tho towels with which they aro wiped
frequently cling to tho chimneys and
then catch tiro after tlio lamp is lighted.
Water, soap ami towel make them 110
brighter than rubbing with pieco of
How tu Tl-itp liiUKttU.
Place an empty barrel smeared with
tar among tho fruit trees, with a light
set lu tho bottom. Tho Insects will be
attracted by the light, and circling
around it will stick in tho tar.
How Home Short Wiirila Are I'ronoiuiceil.
Gauntlet fiuif-let, not gawntAul.
Haunt hunt, nothawut. Height bite,
not highth. Heinous hay-uus, not lec
tins. Instead iu-sretf, not in-sf i. Knew
knu, not knoo. Legend cti-gond,
not c-gend. Many men-ney, not wiem
uy. Mattress as spelled, not maf-trass.
Matron mn-trnn, not mat-tron. Min
ute (sixty seconds) mt'u-it; (small) mi
ijuc. Ne'er for never, nare. Nephew
nciMi, in England: elsewhere, tic-u.
Now nw, not tioo. Oblige aa spelled,
not obleego. Oblique ob-ccfc, not
n-blikc. Of or, except when com
pounded with there, hero and where,
which may bo pronounced hero-o,
there-o and where-o.
Hnw Uuckwrlteat Derived Ita Name.
Tho word Is a .corruption of beech
wheat, it is so called from the similar
ity of tho shape of its grains to tho mast
or nuts of tho beech tree.
How t Treat lliirna anil ScaliU.
Of all nnnlicatlons for a burn nouo is
superior to a simple covering of wheat
flour. This is ulways ut hand, and
while it requires no skill in using, it pro
duces astonishing effects. Tho moisture
produced upon tho surface of u slight or
deep burn is nt onco absorbed by the
'flour and forms a paste which shuts out
tho Air. As long as tho fluid matters
continue flowing they are absorbed and
prevented from producing irritation, as
they would do If kept from passing off
by oily or resinous applications, while
tho greater tho amount of these absorbed
by the Hour, tho thicker the protective
covering. Another advantage of the
flour covering Is that uext to tho sur
face it is kept moist and flexible. It can
also be readily washed off without fur
ther irritation in removing. It may oc
cnslonally bo washed off, very carefully,
when it has become matted and dry, and
a now covering bo sprinkled on.
How to Keep the Carving Knife 8hur.
A carving knife needs to havo a differ
ent kind of an edge from a razor. The
steel which ordinarily accompanies a
carving knife and fork is very well to
i give a finishing touch to tho edge, but
an ordinary whutstono such as a reape
uses for hishcythoor sickel Is tho most
useful implement a carver can keep at
hand. One or two rubs on each side of
knife whe-ts It up mightily, and then
two or three finishing touches from the
steel and tlio knife is In order to do must
excellent execution. Carving with prop
er tools is an easily acquired accom
plishment, but without them a man at
the head of a table seems awkward, and
his evident labor and puiu dotracts from
tho pleasure those nt his table feel in
partaking of his good fare.
Formerly of HUFFMAN & RICHTER. 1039 0 STREET.
NEW L0CKT0N .
Sutton & Hollowbush,
We niiikc all kinds of Fancy Creams and lees.
Parties and Receptions Supplied on Short Notice.
We Have all Kinds of Fancy China for Rent.
Telephone 681 . No. 206 So. 1 ith St
Ollli-r, Cor. 10th mill O Six.
ViikI, llll.i anil Y Mi-eels.
Fret Work, Sgreens and Panels
CA11INHT WORK OK ALL KINDS TO OKDF.K.
Fall Line of 7 HNTELS Alays ln stock
AKE SHOWN IN OCR NEW WAKEROOMS.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS AND WALL CASES. ' 1224-28 M Street
ti&i spent as men AS
mjm A YEAR
TO TBLL MIS FORTUNE
Keep YOUR BUSINESS, and. Incidentally,
YOURSELF, Before the Public.
Don't Depend on Thorn Io Discover Yon !
H. W. BROWN
Mas the New Books soon as issued. A choice line o
Perfumes and Fancy Goods.
127 South Eleventh street.
We are eMU'cially well prepared to board a limited number of hon-cb and having
the Imgct und linet.t equipped stable in the city, can take bet of cue of all" horse, en
triiMid to us Our stable is light and roomy v,ith uimiipnt&cd tcntllntion. All
vehicles and harness receive dally cleaning mid nlwna leave the stable In neat, clean
CALL AND Srii US.-.a1'Ji US A THIAL.
Telephone 518. Stables 1639-1641 O St
EXCLUSIVE Agent for GENUINE
Canon City Coal
itiso l!est flrmloof
1'lens.e i'o not be deceived bt Imitations of our
famous Cnnon Citv Coal. SntMt ur.elf as to
the GKNl'INE he'fore ordci lug.
THE MORAL IS:
AND FINEST STABLES
J. l'ltATT, Piopilt-tor.
At nil Uouih Day or Night.
Gentlemen's Driving Rigs, Etc.