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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 20, 189:
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Elder Flower Cream
I not nroiuttlt In I he aenao wlileli Unit
term l impulnrlv tiai'd, hut perumtioiilly
beaullne. It cri'Mea u n. Miiimth, elwir
velvety "Kin, ami ly ilnllv u urndiMlly
mnkc thocotoi'lexlnii several slmilea whltnr
II Inn coimliuil proti-tM ton fro.n tiuK'll'm't nl
u u nint wind mill truvonU miuhiirii mnl
freckle, uml hlurklirnd. will never ennui
while you use II. Uclenine the runt fur hot
tor tluiiiMinii mnl wutrr, nmirlihi'Hitnil IiiiIIiIh
lilt tho skin iUviiMitnil linn prevent l mi for
inMliinof wrliiKlt'i. It nl vox tho irehiie,
clonrnuxK mnl miumlliiHm ol kln Unit mi
hMl vrlii'ii it lltllit Klrl Kvitry Imly, joiinii or
oMoiiKlittouxiilt.iixltitlvcxii iiioro youth
fill iipiH'urixtiro tunny linly. mnl 'hut iiiu
nently. It contain no iiuld, imwilcr. or iilltiill,
and Imixliiiriuloxxiixiluw mnl nx iinnrlxlilnit
Milawimo tlu llntver. Prim SI. Oil, Auk
jrourilrtiffulxt Tor It.
MAMl'f.K HOTTl.i: mulled rreotoiinylnl
on receiptor 10 eontn In stamp tojpiiy Tor
oliip mnl tiiicklllit. l-uily Axi'lllM wimteil.
Mm. HervnW (irnlintii, "llemiiy Doctor,"
108 I'imI Htrcot, Mm Krsnelsco.
All tho tcmlliiK Lincoln ilrmiiUlx mill It,
H. T. Clarke Drug Co., Lincoln.
i HrntTal once In John Kmmtun. (i. T. A. O.. R. I,
k P, It. It., Chicago, unit nvejtre, tioataae PMi.!M
allrkeat ilrck u( canla you rrrr haniflwl. TKM CKMlB)
per park, poatace stamps, for una or many.
Jtememhev that the
bent route to Chicago from Lincoln
(throiifh Omaha) in
via tho Hock Inland."
Tho Dining Cam are all
new and elegant f tho
tci'vlce everybody known
in tho bent in
tho United State.
Jtava newer and better Sleepem,
handnome Day Coachen,
bent Iledtning Chair Cam,
and the train in new and the
handnoment that run from
Lincoln to Chicago (via Omaha)
If yon want to be
convinced of thin fact,
compare it with other
so-called flmt-clann linen,
Ticketn for note by
CM AS. 1WT1IE11FORD,
City l'annenger Agent,
In the Hotel "Lincoln."
you erer handled. TKNCKifTa
per pack, postage stampa, for one or many.
Ladies' and Children's
Hair Catting and Shampooing
SAM. WESTERN ELD'S
BURR : BLOCK
Ladles Uae Dr. Lit lliic'a Periodical
PUU front Purls, France, flint positively re!
Have suppressions, monthly lcrmiueincnt
and Irrennlnrltlra caused tiy cold, n-enkueax,
shock, anemia, or general norvoua ilchlllty.
The large proportion of Ilia to which ladle
and iiiltwi are llixhle I tho direct result of n
disordered or Irregular inenstruntlnii. Hup.
preuloni oontlnuiHl ruxult In bloixl ixilnonlng
smduulckanQxiiinptlot. J puokmii) or:i for
6. ftont direct on receipt or price, s.ild
In Lincoln by II, V. Ilrown, ilrmmiu.
BE A MAN
AWILO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
flMIIT HI mm l-MMIHiltl II Wall
Bwr MAM a arioa
aaa TWOaOOI la all iiimIi.
VfillHB ury n hi
lftrlaf frtai MtBTOVI !
IWTT. Lmi ralllac Maa.
. rknltU icUM. Htatat
Wmtt, ItaatM DTlaiMt, w
aarrtUORAI. WBAKam. aa b
tartoaa to riBVIOT Ualll aa4
!. titautt araaaa)
t. aka rriaa aa Vavar af MaUaaa.
claim by yean of practice by
eiejuafvj anaihoda a uniform
IMttratf tl tlHIH" In treat.
tall SUaaaet, Waatatiau and
ittlaaaaf Maa. Trallmontala
from UHlatea and Territorial,
wiii o Kmrrt4, aeaiea, poav
Dald. tor a limits tima aa
l CO. BUFFALO, NaT
'' Alin tafTlxJHl aia BamaitataiitB
---- eewea xar TBkaaaaaMawealBj'f
gxa?; iiairnw praparea lot IHMInaai U Ituai kt
UIaUaIMI BOOftK. UMOla. Nab,
in n I I tae
111 l our
w tr ,DJ
m Weals aar aaak. uaa or aaaar.
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SOME LAUGHING GAS,
MANUFACTURED FROM CON
for the llrlrrlnlliin of Our Headers A
Tent pern urn ,di'rlli'iiti'nt that
Worhed Hot It lVnya llypnotlaiti Uriipli
lonlly llearrllied I'linny I'MratrMpln.
A (Iraphln lleiiioiialriitlniii
Hyptnlla-t (to MiliJo.!l.) Now, my
friend, you nro tint ciiluliniti'it tniillat,
John I,. Sutllvnti Kut up ami hIiow
how you box.
Subject (to liltn.ulf.)l-In tho hull
threo wctiltn I'vo boon tnivolln' with
thnt follor, Iio'n only puld mo two dol
lam; tut' I'vo got to (rut square with
What He Could lln.
Ho looked up uml ilown tho Ntrcat fur
tively two or thruo Minus, took In tho
algn over the door onco or twloo and
dnrtod In nn If nfrald of bolnir cauc-ht
"This in iib employment agency,
ain't it?" ho inquired of the man in
"es," nnappoil tlio iktsoii,
"Oct work for people, don't you?"
"Any kind of work?"
"(lot something for me to do?"
"In a rcataurnnt?"
"Ye what In thunder can you do in
reaturant?" exclaimed tho boaa,
Then he got tho bounce.
That Theater I'oater Ordinance.
"Wasn't It horrid of tho Aldermen to
liken ua to ballet girls?" asked one
society woman of a member of the
Fine Cut Club.
"Yea," responded he, "and absurd
into tho bnrgln. Your methodn and
those of tho ballot girls nro diametri
"What do you mean?"
"Well, you know, yon take off from
above nnd they from be; no, I never
drink tea now, thank you."
Why He Was Had.
Kollcltous Spouse. "What makes
you look so worried lately? You're
not like yourself."
Grout Lawyer. "Well, I'm having
considerable tronblo down town."
Spouse. "Now you must tell mo all
Lawyor. "Well, you see 1 wnnt to
keep tho office open till 5, and the
ofllco boy wants to close it at A, and we
can't seem to arrange mutters."
There is n wide difference between
leaning on a man and sitting down on
"I cateh on," ns tho grip said.
Yuletlde Married nt Ch rib turns.
Skipping the .rope A murderer es
caping from jnll.
She Didn't Want Illm.
"Where are you going my pretty
"I'm going to church, kind sir," she
"May I go with you.O sweetest maid?"
"I'vo hymns enough In my book,"
Thins; Are Coming; Tommy's Way.
Wlckwlrtv "I tell you, Yabby, my
boy, there is nothing like a baby to
brighten up a man's home."
Yupsley. "Yes, I have noticed that
the gas seems to be at full height in
your house at almost any hour of the
There's Kteklae; aad There's Kicking.
To kick and to kick with judgment,
According to. the rule,
Makes all tho difference oft between
The wine tour, and the mule.
..aBBBBB iy0 am, fmWW saPUfcE.
Ituveicml Ami indiili HIciNoo, of the Aus
tin Mine Unlit IiiIktiiiicIc, met Sam U'eli
ter, mi AiiKtln ilnrky, mid asked Innv ho
wiiHiilf for IIivuihnI,
"I reckon." niIiI Sam, "I'so got about llvo
"lint's gwluv to hint you frit do winter,"
mild lllcdxoo, who wanted to Imrrow some
"No, It won't, purxoii, fur de white goner
mini In whose rnnl dat wikkI In burns It up
Jess as If hit didn't cost him ncunt."
Husband Didn't I tell you, old wotnnn,
I hud iisurptlse for you f
Wife 'and Mother Yes; but 1 wouldn't
hit' rockornlsod Jim. lie him such n rer
lined air about him, an his mustachci
makes such iidllTuruucul Life.
IVlD IVua '.VitUlnn.
Shu uuswered an advertlsemont to do i
some simple work In thu suwlug line.
When she had taken it seat In tho private
ofllco she began:
"I can do nil sorts of sowing nnd can
bring high references."
"You uro in deep dlstressr"
"I am, Indeed, kind sir," sho replied,
turning back licr black veil and sobliinji
just u flicker, "and If you aid mo I sliull I
always rumembur you In my prayurs."
"Well, state your rase," said tho man,
looking far out thu window.
"It Is a simple tale, sir." sho continued,
edging nearer. "You sec, 1 am itio mother
of half ii dozen children, and of courtk
they cannot bo allowed to starve." '
"No, of course not," said thu man, sigh
Ing and looking dreamily at his left hoot
"Still, tho children help mu all the.y
can," added the woman, looking n shade
brighter. "You see, thuru Is Nellie, the
oldest, she Is picking beans in a cointnltv
slou house: Tom, tho second son, is a teh
graph messenger; Ike blacks boots, Sue
picks up llrewood along thu dock, Julia U
a cash girl and dear littlo Jlmuilu sells the
"Well," said tho man slowly, "it scunri
to nut that between them nil you could
"It would t-ecm so," said tho widow, lx
ginning to sob.
"Well, what is tho troublof"
"Well, It Is this: My husband's brother
Pvto is living with us. Ho is an actor. Mu
Is out of a Job. Ho Just sits by tho stovu
all day. Ho Is waiting to got a star part
from some of the big Hromlwuy inauagerM.
Tho other day a friend offered him a snap
as a waiter In u ten cunt restaurant for his
board, but he Indignantly rofusod. Ho jest
sits and sits and wo havo to chip In and
feed him. Ho says some day ho is bound
to make a hit. Do you think he will, kind
"Frankly, madam, I do not."
"Then you think I had better not let hi m
sit tiny longer? "
"Well," she said, tying a hard knot iu
her hat ribbons, "that stirs mo up. Much
obliged to you for your udvicu. Here he's
been a-slttin all winter, but I'll just rush
right home now and tell him wo are on to
his little game. God bless you, kind sir,
for your uiterest In it poor widow." Now
How It Orliilunted,
Phrases and slang terms nro frequently
born of Interesting episodes, as witness the
following: Peter the Ureat, while off driv
lug In thu neighborhood of Moscow on onu
occasion, was seized with the pangs ol
hunger. "What havo wo iu tho hamper?"
he asked of his aid. "There is but onu
candle left, your majesty," replied the
aid, "but I think I can exchange It for ii
fowl at the next farmhouse, If you wish."
"Do so," replied the czar, "for 1 am fam
ished, and do not euro for a light- lunch
eon." The aid laughed, and, us he had
surmised, managed the exchange; hut the
bird was found to he unusually tough. "I
do not think, Vosky," said the emperor
later "I do not think thu game was worth
the canillu." Harper's Hazur.
The Itelluioiia lHltlritlty.
Gottrvllle, thu French embassador, wait
ed on .the Duchess Sophia of Brunswick
for tlio purpose of ascertaining if her
daughter, aged twelve, would make a suit
able match for thu dauphin.
"How exceedingly beautiful!" ho ex
claimed; "she is worthy of tho highest
rank and position. May I ask in wha. re
ligion the princess has been educated?"
"In none up to now," replied tho duchesi,
"as booh us we get to know what prince she
Is going to marry, wo will have her In
structcd In his religion." Luhhener Krels
blatt. A Cuae In Point.
Sho I believe that a people aroboth out
wardly and Inwardly influenced by their
natural surroundings that scenery Inllu
enccs physiognomy the Highlanders, you
know, have rugged faces. j
Ho Yes, ami that Chicago girl behind
nic, who lives on I'ralrle avenue, is plain i
looking, Life's Calendar.
A Fut Id loua Kplcure.
Henri Monnlur, when dining at a restau
rant, noticed a long Imlr trailing on the
omelette which had been set before him.
Calling tho waiter, he gracefully handed
tilm the dish, saying:
"Mon ami, I prefer my omelettes bald!"
Solell du Diuianche,
Rosalie Mr. Trotter proposed to mo lust
Her Mother Well, what did you tll
Hosallo I was so rattled I don't kuow
what I said, hut I think I accepted him.
Husband I must tell you of a funny
thing that happened today? Do you
remember that this morning you sewed a
button on my trousers?
Wife-Why, certainly. What of It?
Husband It is still there. Brooklyn
At the Proper Time.
Judge Have you anything to say why
sentence of death should not lie passed
Prisoner (haughtily) If I havo anything
to say, I'll say it In my autobiography,
'fv7 ' R ' 'swrm--,uiM
!"- I. .BBffaVwrsmaT
ACTOR EDWARD HARRIOAN.
lln nnya Chnrlty .Should Nut lie n Clnah
for Niiiitlny I'erfiiriniinrea.
Kdwnril llarrlgun, the well-known
Author.iictor nnd inanngerof Now York
city, lias written it signed editorial for
the Now York .loitrnal setting forth his
views on Sunday theatricals. Ha ob
jects to Now York malingers following
the example of Chicago, St.
Louis nnd other Western cltlci
Whoro tho theaters nro open Sun
day nftornoons and evenings. Asldo
from tho State laws which forbid Sun
day theatricals, Mr. Ilprrlgiin thinks
that thu musses of tho people would
not toloruto It. lie, however, approves
of Sunday performances for charitable
purposes, but strongly Insists that tho
theatrical profession should bo careful
not to make charity u clonk for sin.
Very few p.'oplo who luivu seen Mr.
llarrlgnu on the stage will givo
him credit for such views. It tuny ulso
surprise peoplo to know that ho Is tin
ardent chuivh man, being no esteemed
member of Archbishop Corrlgnn's old
parish. His religious associations prob
ably account for his views.
To Import KiikIMi lliict-ra.
There was tin important sale of
thoroughbred stock at Newmarket,
Knglnnd, recently, a ul America was
well represented In the bidding for
brooduuites. W. Knston, who was
stated to loprvsent two wealthy Now
Yorkers, put out ubout 870,000, while
Marcus Daly of Montana saw that
amount, and wont soveral thousuudsbet
tor. It was the largest and most suc
cessful salu of racing stock held in Kng
lnnd for many years, If not the largest
ever known there. Among tho horses
purchased by Mr. Euston were two pure
St. Simon's got, two-year-olds, from
tlio Duku of Portland's stud. One was
Katherine, by St. Simon, out of Mulr
nlnn, by Scottish Chief for 1,300 guin
eas, and tho other was Cltronelln, by
St. Simon, out of Mtirquesa, by Blnlr
Athol, for fl0 guineas. Huston also gave
&5.000 for lloyul Nun, by Hermit, out of
Princess, and 81,000 for Dancing Wnter,
by Isonomy, out of Pretty Dance.
Knston got a lino bnrgnin in Cinderella,
by Hermit, out of Mazurka, for 83,000.
Marcus Daly's most important purchase,
presumably for Mr. Hnggin, was Isis,
by Bend Or, out of Shotover, for which
ho paid 9.'., 000. Dally also gave the
same pricu for Thu Task anil for the
Countess Terry. lilundell Maple
bought Uosamonde, by Hermit, out of
Enguorrunde, tho property of the lato
W. L. Scott of America for 98,000.
Nina Archer Hold.
Tho crack daughter of Hindoo, Nina
Archer, after her disastrous trip Kast,
has been returned to Kentucky to take
a temporary rest, preparatory to active
training for another Western campaign
in the spring. Speaking of her ill-luck
in tho Enst, John Mnddcn, a part
owner of the marc, says sho cost him
every cent of 85,000, and bo disgusted
with her has ho become that he has
parted with his Interest in her, presum
ably to tho other half-owner, W. T.
Woodward, the trottlng-horso man.
Tho amount paid Is yet to bo reported,
but It is probably somuwhuro in the
neighborhood of half her original prlco
Hitttle Harvey, Act rem.
Huttie Harvey, of the "Holo In tho
Ground"' company, Is one of tlio bright
est soubrettcs on tho American stngo.
Her debut on thu profoslonul boards
wns niiiilu ot MoVleker's theater, Chi
cago, with A. M. Palmer. Tho same
season sho wns with Vernona Jnrbeau,
after which she made n hit ns Puck in
"A Midsummer Night's Dream." Tho
two following seasons Miss Harvey
starred In a piece called "Jessie Daw."
This venture was not a success
pccunarlly, although it was ar
tistically commendable. It was
during Miss Harvey starring tour
that Adolina l'utti, the singer, saw Iter
play and Invited her to visit her castlu
in Wales. Later, Miss Harvey joined
Hoyt's company, with which she has
been very successful. Miss Harvey
says that her career, with tho exception
of Madam Pattl's notice of her, has
been lacking in sensation. Sho tins
never contracted a clandestine mnr
ringe, never had a divorce suit, never
lost diamonds, never inudo a pet of an
alligator, und' never hud a fortune left
her. Miss Harvey's reputation is based
on the good work she hub done. Few
of our soubrottes give greater promise.
Formerly of HUFFMAH A RIGHTER. 1039 0 STREET.
Sutton & Hollowbush,
We make all kinds of Fancy Creams and Ices.
Parties and Receptions Supplied on Short Notice.
We Have all Kinds of Fancy China for Rent.
Telephone 68 i . No. 206 So. 1 1 th St
Oltlio, Cor. 10th it ml O ftt.
Ynitta, llll.i nnd Y Nlrt-ets.
Fret Work, Sgreens and Panels
CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS TO ORDER.
Fall Line of 7V HNTELS A1JS ln
ARE SHOWN IN OUR NEW WAREROOMS.
NEBRAvSKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS AMD WALL GASES.
HAS SPENT AS tllttlAl
00,000 A YEAB
IX) TBLL MIS FORTUNC .
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Has the New Books soon as issued. A choice line of
Perfumes and Fancy Goods.
127 South Eleventh street.
Wc arc especially well prepared to board a limited nmnber of horfes and having
the largest and finest equipped stable in the city, can take best of care of all horses en
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