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CAPITAL CITY COURIER SATURDAY JUNK 4, iSoj
THE WRONG MAN.
Trtlliln MlsUk of a
It was wash day at the house of the Fer
gusons. The clothes had been In souk for
. tnoni than an hour. The lau miry lady In
the basement caino up stairs torcort thut
the soap, which had been ordered early
that morning, had not come yet.
"Lycurgus," said Mrs. Fergusou. "you
will have to go to the grocery and get It.
We can't wait any longer."
Mr. Ferguson went tntbe grocer's, whose
placo of business was seven blocks nway.
"How does It happen," lie demanded
fiercely, "that the soap my wife ordered
three hours ago hasn't comu yet r"
"She ordered a lot of atuff at thu same
time," said onu of the clerks, "and we fllle;)
the order as quick as we could. The Uij
with the delivery wagon laon the way there
Mr. Ferguson went bock home. Mrs.
Ferguson reported that the grocer's boy
had come and had delivered everything she
bad ordered except the soap. It IiimI leen
Mr. Ferguson, boiling over with wrath,,
was about to start on another trip for that
soap, when the laundry lady tmulu her ajn
penrauco again. -
"There's a man at the back door," she
said, "with an order book In his hand. I
think it's the grocer himself."
Then Mr. Ferguson went to the back
"You've come yourself this time, have
your" ho shouted
"Yes, sir," said tho man.
"Got that soapr"
"No. sir, but"
"You haven't! Do you know, sir, that
wo have been waiting all this morning foi
a few bars of cheap, common, yellow soap,
slrf Do you know that I'vu bad to inula
atrip to your storo on purpose for that
soap myself and then did not get It 1 What
kind of way it that for a man to do busi
nesaf Wu could have waited an hourot
two longer for thu lettuce iintl the cocoa
nut and thu strawberries and the can of
"And there wasn't tiny particular hurry
for thu broom and the scrubbing brush
and the peck of potatoes, lint wu wanted
that soap. Tbo girl's been waiting for It
for two or three hours"
"And a whole washing is going to ruin
for want of It! I won't stand It! You
can't play a trick like that on niu a second
tlmo. Wo'vu only Iwoii in this housu two
weekS, and wo have got all our groceries'
from you. Wu hnvu ordered something
every time the boy has comu around. We
have spent more than twenty dollars at
your store, mid we're not going to spend
any more. You'vu got every cent out of
us you're going to get. We shall try somo
other grocer. You will find It doesn't pay
"Will you let me say just u word?"
"It won't do any good, sir. My mind is
niadu up. What do you want to sayr"
"I'm the Iceman." Chicago Tribune.
He Was I'hll(.c.,lilc.
"I am very sorry," remarked tho wife,
when the waitress brought In n huge cube
of corned beef and placed it on the table,
"that wu have no mustard in thu house."
"It Is really terrible," replied tho hus
band; "lint come to think of it, wu haven't
any champagne In the cellar, have wer"
"No," said the wife.
"And I don't suppose we have such a
thing as a bottle of pickled walnuts be
tween tho roof and thu coal bin, have wef"
"No, wu have not."
"And I supposuif I were to start at thu
present moment on a still hunt I couldn't
Hud such a thing as a venison stew from
onu end of the house to the other, would It"
"You would not."
"And now tUnt I think of it, there is no
money In thu house. Is therer"
"Not a cent."
"Nor a bond nor a share of stock upon
wilch a dollar could bu raised at short no
ticer" "Not one," said thu wifu impatiently.
"Then let's try to be happy. If wu can
exist without champagne, pickled wal
nuts, stewed venison, money, bonds and
stocks, don't you think wu ought to le
able to pull along without mustard?"
"I think wu ought," said thu wifu cheer
fully. "Then let's try to. I could go all my
life without mustard, couldn't your"
"Then don't npologlzu any further for
its absence. Just try to Imaglnu that
thero Is no such thing as mustard in the
world, and think how much worso it would
be if wu had lots of mustard and no corned
And then they fell to in philosophic si
lence. Detroit Free Press.
Not Guilty, but
'Rasttts had no Imsliiess in New York nt
all. He was an old tlmo darky, onu of thu
shiftless and raKed sort, a type of the
country negroes thnt drift Into Atlanta or
Mobile or Savannah.
He stood ill) in a bewildered fashion
when his case was called, only remember
Ing that he had been told to plead not
"JedKe," ho bef-atl obsequiously. "Pzo
"Hold on," said tho officer at his elbow,
"you'll have a chancu in time."
"ErastUH Mobley,'! called the judge from
bis docket, "are )m guilty or not guilty?"
"Yasser, yasser, e?."
"No, ser, Jedge. So, her, ez"
"Then what did you sayr"
"I say yasser, jedge, w'en you say 'Ras
tus. Dat's me, ser. Yasser."
"Well," smiled the judge, "are you
guilty or not guilty?"
"Pzo not guilty, Jedge. Lawyer ho say
dcy ain't no proof ergln me."
'Rastus stopped and turned abruptly in
response to u tug at his coat tails. The old
negro lient over to listen to tho whispered
instructions of his lawyer, and then
straightened up and faced the court again.
"Not guilty, ser," he announced.
"Not guilty, eh?"
"No, ser, hut jedge, I do hope you'll bo
ez light on mo ez yer kin, ser." -New York
"TukliiK It All In.'
lone ol lUlilt.
"What an exasperating!)' slow delivery
Mr. O'Haterlmsl" coinplalnedthe wearied
"Yes; he used to be, a messenger boy."
) , : 1 1
It Wis May.
They were talking about overparticular
people and each one gave a sample.
"Well," said a drummer for n Detroit
stove hcuse, ' 'he mot particular man I
ever saw vva from Cincinnati. I came
across hlm'ln n Cleveland restaurant"
"Slire It wan a rvsiMiiriintf" 1nU'rripted
an Indianapolis man.
Thu Detroit drummer simply showed lib
"On the night of April DO last," he went
on, "It was nearly midnight when he came
In anil calM for oysters. The waiter wax
low umlM not return until five minutes
after the clock had struck 12, and that
chap refused to accept the order on the
ground that oysters should not be eaten In
any mouth that didn't have an V In the
name." Detroit Free Pre.
"Why don't you get marriedr"
"llecaiise If any woman consented to
marry mu I'd lose my respect for her."
He Knew All About It.
One of the men whoaru always suro and
never inaku mistakes recently stopped at a
western hotel. On going to his room for
thu night he charged thu landlord to call
him In time for an early train. "Now
don't you forget. Thu &:f!0. That's thu
train I want."
"Hut the 3:!10" began tho landlord.
"Never you mlt.d anything about tho
:::10. lknow nil uUnit It. You call me in
tlmu to get It. That's what you're to do.
"All right." replied the landlord, a little
At fi o'clock the next morning theru was
a tremendous thumping at the door of the
man who wanted to rUe for thu "Win." A
voice from within called "All right!" ami
the landlord retired to the office.
Tho traveler soon appeared dressed for
thu day's journey. As he paid his bill the
landlord huiulri'd brlelly:
"Getting an early start, iinltftyur"
"No. Always taku thu 5:ft0 when I gc
"One of the directors of thu roadr"
"Superintendent of division, mebbur"
"No. What arc you trying to get utr"
"Nothing. Only the MM) vvni taken olT
the time table yesterday, and the first reg
ular train doesn't pull out till 0:10. Didn't
know but you had somu ofllclal connec
tion wltli the road, and was going to pull
out on a special MIO all by yourself. Yoi.
I wouldn't let mu tell you last night, but
p'r'aps 'tain't too late now."
Thu man who "knew all about It"
walked out of the ofllco without a word,
anil the landlord smiled as he said to him
self, "In the language of .losh Hillings,
'It is better not tew kno so mutch then
tew kno so mutiny things tliet hain't so.' "
Yout h's Companion.
Itilliiviirn of Mind Over Matter.
"I am sorry to learn that you aru so sick
you cannot possibly liu in your accustomed
place tomorrow morning, Miss Hysee,"
said the ininl-ter's wife condoling!)', "anil
I hnvu hurried over to say that you need
not feel the slightest uneasiness about I lie
solo you weru to sing In thu opening an
them. Mr. (londmuii and thu chorister
liavu arranged that Miss Gonby shall take
thu part, and"
The popular soprano of thu liuv. Dr.
Goodman's church choir at oucu sat bolt
upright in bed.
"What!" shu screamed. "That old maid
with the cracked voice try to sing my
With one hand shu toru thu bandages o!T
her head, with thu other shu swept the
medicines from thu sldu tahlu to thu Hour,
and then she kicked down the coverlets.
"Tell Dr. Goodman and tho chorister,"
she said, in a voice that rang through the
housu llku the silvery tones of a bell, "to
notify Miss Gonby she needn't mangle that
solo. I'll be therel" Chicago Tribune.
A Men I.t-fc'iil I'uliit.
A negro whoso bruised and swollen fnc
and tattered lothliig bore evidence of
rough handling, recently limped into the
presiucu of u southern magistrate.
"I wants you ter arrest Sam Johuslng
foil lmtt'ry, salil" ho exclaimed.
"For assault ami battery, you mean,"
suggested the dispenser of justice.
"No, sah. Jess foh battery, sah."
"How can that lie?"
"Well, sah, it wu. jess dis way. Mali
mewl hruk Inteli Johusing's cohu patch,
an w'en Johnsing druv 'im hum hu call me
a no good, fool nlggah."
"I wa'n't gwlnu teh stun ilat uohow, so I
ups-4ii guff' him a whack wlta fence staki.
"Why, then, you assaulted liiuil"
"Yen, sal), I did, sah. Hut lie done de
batt'ry. lie mos' battered do life oiiteti
me, sah." New York Herald.
Cheap Heal Kutale.
Mrs. S way back li understand that Pat 1 1
gets f."i,(KK) for a song.
S way back Ves.
"Then she could buy that house we'vt
been looking at for a mere song. That i
its price, you know." Detroit Free Press
Pompous Judgo I hope you have much
Young Lavyei Yes, I have, thank jou
"I am glad to hear It. And In what
branch Is your practice mainly?"
"Mainly In economy." Texas Slftlngs
A Dully Alluir.
liu (enthusiastically) What I admire
about Miss Hurcsfoot Is lu-r fresli com
Sliu (critically)-Well, jr., she ha ..
fresh coinpleNlon every day. Fuiui.v
A Step Too I'ur.
It is perfectly safe to compliment 11 worn
an upon her cIiIm led features, but s
would hardly like In be told that her head
was turned. Huston Transcript
A l!ii)' Dellolll
Uncle Hobby, what does hiy incatif
Hobby Lay ineaiiHiilwayi to want j 011
little sister to get It for yoil.--lv'change.
THE CARPENTER'S WOOING.
Thu Chicago Post publishes a humor
ous poem, entitled "Thu Carpenter's Wixv
lug," unconscious (it Is to Ih Iioh-1) that
tinder the same title a similar style of
verso was published more than thirteen
years ago Hi n St. luhils mner, and n sequel
published In thu Huston Journal. These
are tho three poeinsi
Till: ('AIII-KSTKIl's WtKltUO.
Oh, I a disir yiiii, darling one,
I hnll u loved our latter.
Ami window )oii Intend to grunt
Tho hniid my hope arc rsftert
Your roof If joii limtuliie Mint
I've not elioliuh to Ixmnl J oil!
We'll have a good, sipiaru inenl, fur I
Cull hummer steak nlTonl oii.
t suw)er fathrr ) entenlnyi
TIs pin no he'd lniM' us nmrry.
Oil, let us to thu Jolner'a hie,
Nur let us idiltitflc. tarry.
The curnlco waving now, my lue:
The wilile nil nru rltiglnir.
A lathi Why let mo longer pine?
I'm sawdust when I'm sinning.
-Chicago Putt. I.
Tim CAIIfK.NTKU'S WOOIN1I.
"Oh, beiiii my wife, my aw I to mcl"
Ho cried, Ills Hume aililrcssinir
"If.I mice such a lnvu us yours,
I'd ak no other blessing!"
"I nm re Joist to hear you seak,"
Tho nmlilen mid with laughter
"For thniiKh I hummer gulliicM girl,
It's plane what int uru rafter;
Now, If lllo love jou Just n hit,
Whnt further will you ni meT
Can wilt you ho content with that,
Or will you further tax mcr"
Ho looked hand saw her words were
"No rival can displace mo
Yes, one iiinru fawir I Implore,
Anil thut In, dear Km, tirncu mcl"
-EtiKcno Field In .St. Uiuls Times-Journal.
Shu came, full chlel to Ills arms;
It really uiiiilo him stair
To have her uinkua Isilt for him
Itefiiru ho con id prepare.
Ho tried to screw' Ids cnuriik'o up.
And did his level best
To null the matter then iiuil there.
While clasped unto her breast.
Says he, "It augurs well for me.
Awl seems to liingu on this;
And what Is mortise plane to eve,
Tho porch child wants a kiss."
Ho kissed her lip, ho kissed hor check,
And called her his adored
Ho duns his elnw hammer next week,
And she w 111 share his board.
Yaw cob Strauss In Huston Journal, 1678.
Detroit Free Press.
Dr. Perkins Hoonover Is onu of thu most
polltu doctors In thu business. Hu was n
centlycalled in toattend Mrs. Judge Peter
by, whose Ixsllly allllctlons as a general
thing are purely imaginary.
"Doctor, I am sure I have got thu Jaun
dice." said Mrs. Peterby.
"My dear inailiune, yellow Is tho most
becoming color you can wear; besides It Is
fashionable just now." Texas Slftlngs.
Illlli'i I'lic-i! Ill Time.
"It's ten tonne he does not lovu you."
"Perhaps It was onlv half past 0 when
hu said he illd."-Hrooklyu Life.
Little Sam had comu from the country
to visit his aunt In the city. On thu day
after Ills arrival an organ grinder came to
thu door. Sam ran In search of his aunt,
tliat she, ts), might hear thu music. She
followed him back to thu door and handed
him a nickel.
"Put that in thu plato on top of the or
gnu," shu said, "and the man will play an
Sam did so and again enjoyed thu music.
Thu next Sunday his aunt took him to
church. During thu olTcrtory the organist
played n most beautiful selection. Sam
had never heard an organ In church before,
mid being a musical little fellow ho (inh
ered all over with enjoyment.
Ills aunt gave- him a nickel, and whis
pered that when thu gentleman who was
taking thu collection camu up lie must put
it in the plate. Sam dropped thu live cent
piece in with a great clatter, and looking
up into the gentleman's face with a bright
smile said, in the politest voice imaginable,
and quite audibly:
"Plcuse, sir, that is for another tune."
Smiles seemed to be contagious in that
nclghborhoisl just then. In fact, without
meaning it, Sam had given pleasure to a
considerable number of persons. Youth's
A man who had Just come in over one of
the New Jersey railways dropped intoia'
Fulton street restaiiraiitthe other evening.
It was one of those restaurants where the
negro still does the serving.
"You can give me," he said tothu waiter,
"a broiled chicken, some stewed tatoes
and a piece of pumpkin pic. And I'm in n
When the modest repast was served
twenty minutes later the man noticed that
thu chicken had been very hurriedly
plucked. Home of its pin feathers, in fact,
still remained with It. Me e.vpostulatetl
The waiter drew h mself up haughtily.
iii. j.i. ,,t -,.,. ..,.1, fi, L,,,-!,!,,,,,,!!,,
I m s prise at jou, sail, foh reprimand!!!
of me," hu returned, "An, snh, ef you
wants a chicken what's mi old tint de fed
dersiloue drnp otTen him an IcIY I1I111 bald
headed, I must ex you, sah, to gib yn'
patronage to de 'stahtishmcht 'cross di
street." New York Recorder.
Featherstone What did your sister say
when you told her I was here in the parlor
waitlim for herV
Hobby Nothin, Hut she took n ring oil
one lluu'cr and put it on another. Life.
A Mci I'lirllier.
Wltlierliy How is your new servant
girl getting on
Spoimelet fihe's ot beyond that,
gone. New York Herald.
Jock How much 1 ouey did you win at
the races C
.Saddle All, I borrowed, Dtlnit Free
Only 40 In llelcim and Ketlirn,
The Union I'nclllo will sll tickets finin
Lincoln to Helens and return nt one fare for
the round trip, Tickets on sale June 7th to
Hth, Inclusive, limited to t.ilrtj da)s from
date of sale. Fur any additional Informa
tion npply to J. T. Miisthi, C. T. A., I0H O
street, or K. II rtlimm, tl i'U. A Kent IJ, P.
Nothing like New Knglnnd giahaui for
breads or graham gems. Denleis roll It.
Fashion and Art I'sprm.
ami all kind of magazine, eildli'iil,
Hovels, et nlvvii)s to be found at I'm new
COUIIIKH News Depot, Hilt N utt'cct,
Get your llower and gnldeii seeds and
bulbs atUrlswnldV. 140 Mouth llthHt,
The new Lincoln friimu and ait cotuiMiiy
nmki' a upeelaltv of frames for llnu ernyon I
work, with KlTuTHtudlo ftM south Kleventh
In you want anything Tor the baby, for
the sick nsnn, for wealing appirel, for foot
wear, stsirtsinen' gissls, and anything In
the llnu of i uhlxr gtss!, call at the Lincoln
Hublier Cotnauy and tnke advantage of
the goods that aru olfcicd nt sacrlllco to clou
Helena ami Itetiirn One l-'are tor llttmiil
For the necomiuislatlo:i of thoso des'rlug
o visit at Miints in the vicinity of or at
Helena In Juno lining the session of the con
vention of tho supremo lodge of tho Ancient
Order of United Workmen, tho Union Pa
cltle will sell tickets to Helena and return nt
one faro for the round trip. Tickets on sale
Juno 7 to 14 inclusive, limited to thirty days
from dnto of sale. For any additional in
formal apply to J. T. Mmlii, C T. A., Kill
O street, or K. II. Hlossou, Gen. Agent U. I'.
I'.ye anil Km- Nurgeim,
Dr. W. !.. Dayton, oculist and atirist, I'.tKI
O street, telephone 115, Lincoln, N'cbr.
A. O. IT. V.
The supienii' lislguof tho Ancient Ordoi' of
United Voi kiiien convenes at. Helena, Moll
lami, June IMh, silj For this occasion the
Union Paellle Hi stem will mil tickets to
Helena and return at tho low into of one
lit Kt cliisi faro for tho i ootid trip. Tickets on
sale Juno 7th to 1 Ith, limited to thh ty dsys
from date of i-ale and ten iluys tiausiC limit
in each dlieetioii. For tickets or -iitdltiouul
Information apply to J. T. Mastlii, t'. T. A
lllll O street, or K. II. Klossoii, Gen. Agt.
Union I'ncilh' Kysti-m,
Now Kugliilnl Crjstal meal, tlio latest and
llnest piiMluctioii tor lit usli or linking pur
pin poses. Auk for it at greevrs
Only Ti-ii till) i.tn Puck.
The celebrated "lluiiluuton Itoiitu" apply
Ing en rN me uoiv sold at ten cents per puck,
(Ml cents Is the umiiiI piicu', for such curds).
Whist, hlglftlvi-!iind endue pnrtlis will soon
I hi in older, ami in wotil 1 mgnesi that you
l-iy In a stocK ol lhee cauls for future re
ipilletuellts. A. C. ZlKMMI,
City l'nsenger Agent.
We will take your subscription for any
publication at iiublihliers bet prices, at the
CoiMlIKH News Depot, Mill N stteet.
CREEDE. MINING CAMP.
A Si ml l.esilville 1'oiiMli I'larii Alleuily
(JmIiii-iI by the Vonni; liliml.
The vvlihiiglc of fortune has stopped at
Creede. nothing yesterday, It Is a town to
dav and will be a city twnoriniv. Many a
man will date his rise in till" win Id fiom the
hour lie slepHsl Into Willow- Utllcli. I lie
camp has practically exi'ted only since ln.t
Mnv. The I)., til. tl. lty. did not get in
until October, and i egiilar p isociicr trains
did not run until DeciMiihei- jW no other
min'mi ruin) itit mWiimf so ini(i7i ore
iinWii( the sdinf period 11 Its eiiW e.n'.i
fitinr Lead v Hie ItM-lf full far Ih-IiIuiI. The
extraordinary output has come from exactly
live mines, ami one of them has shipped only
a nominal ipiautUy. Knrly Investments
promise iii'ompt and ipilck returns. Pam
phlets containing a full and complete des
cription of this wonderful mining camii, to
gether with other valuable information,
routes, rates ami tickets mav bu obtained at
H & M deH,t or city olllce cor, l"th and O
A. C. .I Kit Kit,
City pass, and ticket agt.
(I. M. Arnold, defendant, will take notice
Hint on the .'Hub day of .Match, ISICJ, .lames
Doiik. plaint!!!' herein, tiled his pi til Ion In the
lllstrlet court ol Ijineimler county, .Neliranka,
iiKnliikl said ilcfendaut and Wallace Miilvlllo
and John Cntoti, the olijecl and prayer of
which are to correct n inUtnko In six certain
prnmbsory notes iiinde by the ilefeiiihiuts
Mellvllle unit I'nton and delivered to the
Pitcher A llahlwiti t'ompiiny for the use of
plnlnlllt, also lo correct a mistake In the
iiinrtKiiKCK securing ""Id notes, and upon lots
four and live In block twenty-six, lot twenty
In block Ihlrty-i-evenjol live In block t 111 rl y
elKlit. lots thirteen and loiirteen In block
thirty-seven and lots two, thtee nnd six In
block twenty-six In Pitcher iV llaldwln's
seeniid iidiiltlnu lo Lincoln, Nebraska, to
cancel raid notes anil ihortxiiKc and to com
pel Mild ileluiiilants to execute and deliver
new notes and morlirngcs In the sum ol I'.'I'iV
no iisiu hiild property, or In ilefiitilt thereof,
Unit the decree ol the court stand as a Hun
upon the property for said iiinoiuil,
Von nre required to uiirm er mhl petition on
or before the :0th day of June, Ihtl'.'.
Dated thlslld day of Mhj', IM'J.
.Iamkh Doak by
l-7-lt Ahtioll, Helleek .t Lane, Attys.
Nrtlc-Is hereby idveu that by vlrtuo 01 an
order of sale lusueil bv the clerk of the din.
trlct court of IheTlilrdJiiil elal dUtrlct ol Ne
braskn, within mid for l.iineimlcr county, In
1111 net Ion herein lailiiirlne S llowmnn In
phlllltlir, and lleeklnli llewll. l.'lesllii 1,.
Hewlt. John I). .Mel-'arhinil. (iusin Klmooil,
.....io i, t-t ..1 iu.i , ,..
iKimr,.,, I.ininni, (lll 111,1111- 1(11 1, ,, II, III--
1 feudanls I Mill, at Jo'cloek i m on thu lOlli
1 day ol May, A. I). Isli.', nt theensl disir or the
I court hoiiM In city ol Lincoln l.nnciodcr
cotintv, Nebraska, oner for sale nt iiihlh) aue
I Ion the fillovyliuri escribed real eMiilo toivlt:
i Lot nuiiilier six itoln block niiioher six iih In
, Vni. stuet ndilltlon to Hie city of Lincoln,
I.nueiiKter eoiiniy, Nebraska
A. D s!rj Itl-Sl H.VM Mil l.W .sherlll
Moving Household Goods and Pianos a Specialty
$50000.00 TO LOAN
At six per cent, per minimi mid n eiish commission
or at eijjht per cent, no commission, for periods of
three or live years on well located improved real es
tate in Lincoln or Lancaster count)'.
INTKUKST ALLOWKD ON VAVINCS DKPOSITS
DKPOSITOUS IIAVIt AILSOI.l'TK SKt'UIMTY.
Union Savings Bank,
1 1 1 South Tenth Street.
Im.ICVKN'I'II AND IS StUIJIJTS.
Capital Stock, $2",o,ooo. Liability of Stockholders $500 000
INTliRKST PAID ON Dl'I'CblTS,
Wm. Stull, I'res. J. F Hill, Vice-Pros,
Louis Stull. Casluer.
Diukctous. D K Thompson, C 11 Montgomery, Geo II.
Ilastinys, II II Slmborp, W II Mercery, J C Allen, T E San
dors, J ID Hill, Win Stull, Louis Stull, Geo A Mohrenstcchor.
German National Bank,
O.K. Montgomery, l'reildcnt.
Herman II. HrhaberK, Vict I'rrst.
Jotsph lloehmer, Cashier.
O. J. Wilcox, Atit. Cuihler.
Transacts a General Banking Business
(unites 1 "tors of credit, draw draft oil all pints
of tbo world. Korean collections 11 ieclall
COAL AND WOOD.
Office 1045 O Street.
Yards 6th nnd M Sts.
FAST MAIL ROUTE 1
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Atclilson, Lenvcnwortli, St. Joseph, Kansas
City, St. Louis anil nil Points South,
luist and West.
The direct line to Ft. Scolt, Parson.
Wlchitn, Hutchinson and all principal
points in Knnsns.
The only road to the Great Hot Sptlngs
of Arkansas. Ptillinnn Sleepers anil Free
Reclining Chair Cats on till trains.
J. E. R. MILLAR,
R. P. R. MILLAR,
City Ticket Agt.
AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA.
Trulv. it was an enchantlni;
novel withal, thnt I walked about with curious delight, forgetful f
of all the menus which enabled me to Intrude upon the lislies' W
doinnlii, until I vvns brought to my senses by a sharp jerk on tho fS
life-line, this being an Interrogation fiom'Jack ns to whether I fu
was nil right. I answered in a tlmil.ii way nnd, ns I did so, ;i W
familiar object cntighl my eve In the shape of the "IltirllngKm fS
Route" trade ninri. It vvns
of lock ami 1 could plainly rend
men llirvv v;ill.pn ii.iiui .mil nil; iiruini ntiiii(; iinii; i.viii i,..,ii.
between Denver, Lincoln, Omaha and Chicago, "Ye gods!" I
cried, "What enteipric! An advertisement even hero! Is there
no place on enrthor under the waters where till wondrous Rail
road Is unknown?"
(0 Our new vcstihulcd specials,
lew vestlbiileil specials, .o. 3 and 11. are among Hie last- yi
most Invidiously appointed passenger trains In the world, j'
: deserving of "hearty sumiort nnd generous patronage. Jv
lance lietwccn Denver anil Lincoln Is now covered in the &
ai ... :
,j est and most
to anil arc
i ne uisiji
unparalleled time of twelve
to Chicago Is made In titteen
These Trains, as well ns our
with dining, sleeping, chair and
and workmanship. Ilnilns as
In their construction.
Applv to agent, II. & M.
tj corner IJ ami loth streets, lor
Gen. Passenger Agent,
N. B.--No Extra Fare is
In all kinds of
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scene, so hrluht. so beautiful nnd
cxouUltelv nnlnted on n I ttle ledge Ml
the naming announcement 01 w
No. 3 nnd fi. are among the fast-
hours nnd ten minute, while the run
hours nnil tiiiv-tive mmuirs.
celebrated "Fivers," are ewtlpped
smoking cars, of exquisite design
well ns money was liberally used
depot, or nt the city ticket otlice,
A. C. ZIEMER,
City Passenger Agent,
Charged on These Trains
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