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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY JULY 9, 189:
A.M. Davis & Co.
You Know the Place.
CREAM OF ROSES.
Ikt motttsqulillr prirtlon forth ski.
Aiw CbpiM HkutU, Cbafud or Hoaldtsl
Removes Tan and Freckles.
fMtlToura foPalt Hheum. Ladlsa pro.
MM) II Demotion, r.iueueut to um bum
tftmg. Prfotly iutr.ui. l'rloe l'wi
aia. aoio n n urat-ciiw umn,
STRAIGHT TO HER HERO.
Mow i:.lllli' Missive Wriil to Um Itlghl
"K-e-o dllhl Where,' tlmt K"I n moonlit
round now, I vuindrrr"
Startled liy her niiiit'n shrill vol, Kdlth
Kvcrdino nllpM'il hastily ilown from tlio
itnck of frnKritiit, new mown liny on which
)m I1111I lieeii lylliK, ilri'iuiiliiK dny (lrciiiiin.
"Whut In It, mint, denrf"
"Don't 'mint dciir' inc, lint Kit to work
mi Kit thuin I'KK" pucketl fcr Tonh to tnku
to town. Hero I've, lieeii Jcedln you for
sixteen ycur, 1111 yoti'vo Kot no inoru Krntl
tudo than to Ui lnyln nroiiml Miirin at thu
iky wo'en I'm shivln myself to keep yon
out tho iKMrhoimul"
Kdlth'it liluu ('yen II I led with unshed
trnrw, hut she nindu no reply.
Moved liy noiiiH Id In Impulse, she. wrote,
on oni) I'KK, "I'Mltli Kverdene, lirlKKvlllo,
"1'erhnpi thin mny hrliiK my hero to
mo," nhu mused. "I wonder will ho ho na
hundsotnu ns 1 hnvu plcturetl him In my
"ltnt.Hl CoiiiovfTI Klllhlml"
HohcIiih llarncs Tormer. tho trnKedlun,
wnn kIvIiik hlit iinciiitlcd rendition of
With tho calm oyo of cxpcrlencu hu
viuwi'd thu rain of orange, iKitutocH nnd
dcsucludliiouit hituiitiiiN that fell around
"Pretty Kcod iintiired crowd," ho inilHed,
whllu "to Iki or not to hu" rolled from hh
lips almost unconsciously. "Not an vnn
Scnrco had this thought crossed hln mind
when he felt thu old familiar crush of an
eKKihell on hln niiilllnu noso, mid thu cur
lain was rung down.
"l'lrst freMh ouu I ever had throwed at
me," hu remarked at hu Idly picked up n
pleeuof thuHhell. A hit of wrltliiK Inn
dellcntu fetiilnlnu hand attracted hliteyu at
hu Knzed nt thu fragment. 'Twiih thu namu
mid address of Kdlth Kverdene.
From Thu Murnltitf Hciilpkulfc.l
Mr. I'dgnr (iiimhleMoii, thu manager of I
MIhh KiIIu Kvenleue, thu phenomenal
southern Miuhrette, reMirtH inagnlllceiit
buxlucHi for that eharmliiK Ilttlu lady. It
In no violation of coulldencu to say that In
private life MIhh Hverdenu Is Mm. Clumhlo
sou, Mr. (lUmhlesoii was nt ouu tlinuu
noted tragedian, under' tho pseudonym of
H. llnriicH Tormer, hut lilseiitlru attention
U now dovoted to thu (merest of his tal
ented mid vivacious wife. Indianapolis
8011111 I'letitrlut I'lirmi'i.
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND,
Oi The Crest Of The Alleghanles,
3,000 Feet Above Tide-Water.
SEASON OPENS JUNE 22D.I882
Tula niuiousmouutiilnrcsorti.sltuiilednt tho
uiumlt of tho AlleKlmiiles mid tllreotly upon
the ninlii lllio ot the lialtlmoro ami Ohio
lUllroail, navo thu ndviintiiKO of I'h splen Jld
vratlbulcd express train service both east and
went, anil nro therefore, readily accessible.
from Ml part of tho country. All liulllmoro
mid Ohio trains stop ut Deer Turk and Uak
laud durtiiK tho season,
lUtes, WO, 75 nnd $U a month, according to
tnratlon. Uoiiiinunlcutlous should U ml
dressed to 11 HOUOK I). DkSIUKIiDS, Man
acvr Hnltluiora mid Ohio Hotels, Cuiiil)orlaud
Mil., up to Juno 10; after that date, either
IMor Park or Oakland, Uurrctt County, Mil.
AND IKSTITCTK OF rEMUISIIir,
knrthaiul, anil Typewriting, U the lwst and Urtwst
Cllfa In the Wsl, HU (Undents la altcniUaro last
year. Studtnti iircoaml mr Im.lncM In from a tut
,-i,n-,,-, .mvim.ji 1-, Nfi,a. .iit.ivtii.
uiui iiiiuiniusi csiniOKtir, ivuricti joiiniais, ana
. u. irani.iunis iwui irva vj autin,maui
ULLIDAlIXli; UOOSE. Uacota, Neb.
Memembtr that the
beat route to Chicago from Line!
(through Omaha) in
Ha the Koch Island."
The Dining Cava are all '
new and elegant ; the
tervice everybody known
im the bet in
the United State.
Uave nvn;nr anil better Sleeper,
kamUomt; fyay Coaches,
hcM HccZining Chair Cam,
Nd the train ia new and the
httHtlsotnest that runa from
Lincoln to Chicago (via Omaha)
If you want to be
convinced of thia fact,
compare it with other
ae-called flrttt-clasa lines.
Ticket for sole by
CIEAS. II UTHEltFOBD,
City I'aaaehger Agent,
In the Hotel "Lincoln,"
$Y . SW
"KAISIN'O THE VEIIY OLD UOV."
A GOOD 8TAUT.
Thu hillldhiKs are the Inllrat
Thu lndls' feet are smallest
Tho lis hto nl n) s krpnmt,
Tim pnwnicntsnru the rlennest,
The Ijonlevnrda nro ureoiuit
Tho nuuspitiiers nro hrlitlitctt
I'ollcenieii to xlltest
Anno) mires nro fuuest.
Ami thn Jokes nru nlwa s newest.
While tho skies nro over bluett
Tho Indies are tho fairest
And tho homely Klrls nro rarest
Tho husliands nro tho tirntcst,
While their vles aro nlwnys sweetest.
And tho errntnl to)nro fleetest
Tho nldernieii nro greatest
Their dolnus nro tho strnlithtcst
Tho winters nro the, mildest.
And thosiiiiiincrs rccunclleilcst,
Tho liars llo tho wildest
AN UNLUCKY MAN.
Ills Name Whs All Itluhl.
A young fellow mIx feet tail nnd weigh I
Ing '.MO pounds not long ago applied to n I
Detroit merchant for 11 position In his !
"Whnt'H your imincr" Imiiilrud tho mcr
chant. "I.lttlu Dickey ItohliiHon." replied the
young man pnimptly.
"Wlintl1" exclaimed thu merchant In n
totilshtueut us hu surveyed his propor
tions. "I.lttlu Dickey IlohhiHon," wu.s tho ro
ply, this tlmu several tones louder.
It made thu merchant half angry.
"What In thunder does a great hlg fel
low like you mean hy giving such a name
as that;" hu asked Indignantly. "Haven't
you cut loose from your mother's apron
Tho young fullow't) temper was admlra
hlc, and hu was after a Joh, Iwsldes.
"I give Mich n name as that, air," hu
said, "liecausu that is my name, and if
you'vugot a mini in this housu that thinks
hu can lick mu or dares to imikufuuof
that mime, trot him out,"
Thu merchant began to smooth him
down mid ask id for an explanation.
"It's this way," hu said (jultu good
nnturcdly, "my mother's inalden name
was Little, my father's iiatuu was Itohlu
sou mid his mother'), maiden name was
Dickey. They wanted mo to luivo thu fam
ily names, mid so I'm I.lttlu Dickey Knlr
Thu explanation was eminently satis
factory; so wits tho young man, nnd Iiu'h
goliiK to work soon. Detroit Freo Press,
Another Kind of Fire Kscape.
BE A MAN
APflLO WU A PERFECT MAN.
MMUT HI IMII 1-HaTIMlIlt II Watt
hlllM . is. iiiIms sr sul.su mn ltq
fs ;. si mi . si u.t.is.
nrr MA au U RKOBt
aa TIHMII to all rssMsis.
YQUNI HEN OR OLD.
ssf.rlsf (rm IIHTOtti 01-
ILITT, imi ar fsliisi Hsa
kM4. tkriltsl Iicmiis. Itsaut
ITT, SIUIM U.T.I.SB.SI. W
riuoaai wsabmiu. a
m4 U riiriOT IIALT aa4
aoiLi TiTAUtr f moat
; ias rrllt aa ltr .1 asllsas.
claim by veers of practice by
xcIusIt m.thorts a uniform
MOaoroLT Of lUCOlU" In treat-
Ins; all Dlisuti, Wiakattst.and
from ni Slates and Terrltorlea,
mi ' n a
III I ' fV 9" nAt
I n l I tk
UI IV k ma
u d I l w
III l on'
I l i "I
MR NEW NOK fV.liV;
iKIIMf OIOAL CO. BUFFALO, N.V.
MhsalMi to Joaa- VaauTiis, o.T. A.
k P. B. IL. Ckleaco. awl rw.Lt, po.uc.psU,
laaea as eara. job .nrr asBawa.
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ANOTHKU "AKKAIUE l)E CUII."
l'overly anil Wraith.
"When thnt nmn came to this town,"
said a resident to n visitor as nn old fellow
passed them, "ho was so poor ho wasn't
able to wear linen collar."
"He doesn't look to bo any better off
now," remarked the visitor, noting his ap
"Oh, but ho Is," quickly explained tho
resident; "bo's so rlth now ho doesn't have
to wear cue." Detroit Free Pros.
I Where the Neckties tin.
'"Where Is thnt whito spotted blue neck
tie? thnt I had it short time ago" askeil
"Pray, forglvo me," snid the w Ife, as nhu
hung her head, contritely, "I used it to
make i bathlliK suit." New York Press.
Her Weak I'olnt.
She was up In every science, nnd bad placed at
itrlui defiance all the Intellectual uiauta
that hid nver been before.
She had none through Vnssnr sx-cdlns, and no
thoughts domestio bcedlnif, she bud
learned so much by reading that sho
couldn't tuke lu more.
Sho had studied art and fiction, and tho subtlo
laws of friction, nnd hnd (siUshed up her
diction till it shone with lliilit Intense
Sho had poudered on divinity, and lectured on
the Trinity, her talks upon Inllutty were
said to bo Immense.
She had studied with devotion all the currents
or the ocean, auoioiiui talk wun treat
emotion 011 thu pedigree of rocks.
And for hours her brulu would wheedle on tho
history of Tw Vvdle, but she used it crochet
needle when she .darned her husband's
Tom Masson tu Clothier and Furnisher.
Quest I'm glad that thero is 11 ropo here
in case of tiro; but what's tho iden of put
ting 11 Ulblo In tho room In such a promi
Bellboy Dat mn Intended fob use, sail,
in casu thu lire am too far advanced fob you
to ninku you' escape, sah. Kansas City
Too Much for II tut.
A dear, old clergyman, now dead, who
was, during his lifetime, beloved by nil
who knew him, Hindu it u prnctlco to ad
dress the children of his Sabbath school
every Sunday afternoon. Ho hnd a little
lisp thnt those who held him deurest
considered rather added to than detracted
from tho charm of his delivery.
Ouu day ho roso nnd began, "Children, I
don't think I huvo anything shpeclal to
thuy to you today." A gumln roso in the
back of tho room. "Then thet up!" he
Tho good gentleman stopped short, clear
ed his throat, made 0110 or two fresh starts,
broke down again, and finally took his suit,
completely downed by this plive cf saucl
ness. Now York Recorder
Fate Against Him, or the Luck Thnt
.Mrt HriilM-n I'liltHWiif,
ltetibcii Pullaway was tho islltor of the
Echo City lllazcr. For nearly two score
fears the latchiitrlng of his ofllco hnd ul
wnys been out mid he had molded opliiloa
until he grew moldy. Hu had referred to
every man In town us a perfect gentleman,
nnd to every ladyiisn(ueenof society, mid
ts ho grow old hu longed for a chnncu to
"Oh," ho would exclaim, lu tho silent
eventide, while the tears coarscd down his
furrowed checks, "oh for mi opportunity to
turn loosu mid crucify somubodyl I am
filled with adjectives which would look
magnificent lu print, hut I dare, not! If I
wero to attack any one ho would stop his
paper, nnd perhaps tnko out his advertise
So Ituiibeii Pullaway wroto flattering
paragraphs about people, and grow sullen
And his crotn seemed greater than he
"Heubeti," said tho editor's wlfu ouu
morning, us ho lixiked sadly at an utitustcd
breakfast ami reached for his lint, "why
not roast somo Imnglmiry liidividiiulr
Turn loose tho vials of your wrath upon
Horatio Kldcrgroovc, for Instance. Nolxsly
can possibly hu offended, since there Is no
such a man, end you'll huvu just as much
fun torturing him as though ho lived."
Tho editor folded his wife to his bosom
weeping; but, oh, getitlu render, his tears
were tears of joy I
"Augusta Soplironla," hu cried, "it Is an
Inspiration! Oh, how I will paralyvu Horn
Thu beautiful glow of dawn was in the
heal t of Iteiilien Pullaway.,
Thu leading editorial in Thu llla.er that
week was a corker. "This city," it said,
"has been visited by an unprincipled scoun
drel of the name of Horatio Kldergroove;
he has green whiskers mid only ouu eye,
which is in thu middle of his forehead; he
has a trunk like an elephant mid tusks a
foot long. Ui Is 11 reproach to mankind; a
hyena who lives on thu bones of dead men;
11 ghoul, a vampire, a serpent; hu would
play checkers on thu colllu of his mother
mid rob 11 ghost of Its shroud."
Thero was 11 column mid 11 half of this
sort of literature, mid when it was written
the editor felt refreshed and young once
more. All thu accumulated bilu of years
mid years had Mown into the article.
"Thu beauty of It Is," said thu editor to
tho foreman, "that slncu thero is 110 such a
man ns Horatio Kldergroove, with his green
whiskers and single eye, nobody can pos
slbly bo offended."
"True enough," responded tho foreman,
with n shoroless smile.
In thu iiilet, dreamr dusk of n summer
evening 11 wayworn stranger journeyed
into Echo City; lie had green whiskers mid
but one eye, which was In thu center of his
forehead; hu hnd 11 trunk liko nn elephant
mid tusks 11 foot long.
Ills II rst act was to purchase n copy of
Thu Hlazer, and his wrath mny bo better
imagined than described when ho read tho
leading editorial. Hu immediately went
to Tho HIazcr ofllco and sat on Houben
Pullaway and made him (Houben) eat a
thrcu pound can of green Ink mid n barrel
of gluo mid 11 towel; and then hu poured
coal oil on Heiibeu's hair nnd set tiro to it;
nnd ho ted Iteiiben into 11 stop cylinder
press with 11 folder attached, so that when
tbo unfortunate man emerged ho was
folded ready for mulling.
Then the stranger went downtown mid
addressed a meeting of citi.cus.
On tho following day all tho merchants
of Echo City called at Tho Dla.er ofllcj
nnd ordered their "ads" out mid canceled
their orders for Job work.
"You should bo ashamed of yourself,"
said tho mayor; "Mr. Horatio Kldergroove,
whom you so violently abused in your
scurrilous paper, is mi eastern capitalist,
who came here to establish seven packing
houses, employing b00,000 men. Ho has
now gono away in disgust."
"And so his name was really Horatio
Eldergroovor" groaned tho heartbroken
editor; "mid hu had green whiskers and
ono eyu and 11 trunk and tusks it foot long.
Well, it was just my luck."
Fremont (Nob.) Tribune.
Ills Advantitge Over the Oldest IuhuldUtit.
Some persons can nltviiya ','go yon one
better," no matter whnt tliii toe,y Is you
are telling. Ono of these was acjotted one
day last week by E. S. Cleveland, who, re
moving his hat mid mopping his head,
"It's an awful hot dayl I Dover saw so
hot it day as this."
"Oh, I have," said his friend. "I've seen
one it good deal hotter."
"That sof" said Clove. "Well, you're
the only man that's ever lieen thero mid
got buck." Hartford Times.
Not long ngo Miss Kiln Potts told her
pupils one "composition day" that they
might each write it letter to her making an
excuse for not Inviting her to an Imaginary
Tho scholars were culled upon in turu
to read their letters aloud. Ono Ilttlu girl
mado her excuse as follows:
"DEAIt MlfcS PoTTb I want to upologl.e
for not asking you to come to my birthday
pnrty yesterday. I fully Intended to do so,
but ns I ulwitys do in everything I put it
off until tho lust minute. When nt lust I
started, anil reached your gate, I saw the
doctor's buggy standing there, and think
ing Komu ono wits very ill I did not go lu
Whut was my consternation the next day
to kuriiitluit thu doctor was courting your
slstbrl" Youth's Companion.
Finest in the City
HAVING just nsumed personal control of my hnndsomc new stnblcs, it will be
y aim to conduct a first-class establishment, giving best of enre nnd attention to
horses entrusted to our keeping.
Single or double, nnd n fine line of wcll-trnlncd horcs for liver) use, promptly 'fur
nished, day or night.
DAVE FITZGERALD, Prop.
M. R. STANLEY, Foreman. Telephone 550.
Stablos 1639 and 1641 O Street.
A Case of Cash.
They were organising 11 land company
when Jobon said to Hobson: "We've got
everything ready. I've got nn nrtUt to
paint ;t picture of tho land us It is, and mi
other us It will be."
"Hut where Is thu kind? Hivu you
bought It yet r"
"Bought it r Why, how cut! we buy it
until we have sold our stock r" responded
Jobsoii, who prided himself on being a
financier. "It takes money to buy land."
Knew Whut He Was About.
Slngerly J hear your firm offered you an
Incrvnse lu your wtlury or it month's vaca
tion, und you nro going to take the vaca
tion. What are you going to do that forf
I should think you would rather have tho
Straw her Not much, old fellow. My
vacation Is the only time during tho year
that I cnii'fall In love with 11 wealthy girl.
Clothier iitid Furnisher.
Out or Ills Way.
Husband You my you've hnd thut bon
net six months. Why, I've never seen it
Wife I know It. I only wear It to
church. New York Herald.
!"'37 fm 1 HI
RIDE or WALK?
''WHICH MORE DESIRABLE?"
"WHICH MORE PLEASANT?"
"WHICH MORE HEALTHFUL?"
WHICH SUITS TO ABETTER?"
G & J PNEUMATIC RAMBLERS
They Can be Repaired in Two Minutes
Some Kinds of Pneumatics
MUCH OF THE TIME.
Study the PNEUMATIC RAMBLER.
1540 O Street.
Lincoln Coal Co.
Dealer In all kinds of
COAL AND WOOD.
Office 104s O Street.
Yards 6th and M Stt.
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Formerly of HUFFMAN & RICHTER. 1039 0 STREFT
Frenchman That ludy to vhoin you In
troduced u;' It clmiiuliiK. In nhu well con
nected f ,
ChlcuKouu Well, I should any ho. She's
the wife of (mvenil of our llrst cltUetiH.
To Culrli ilia l'o) Ruinous.
Suit l.uke Jeweler John, put n MunnU
of thut new lot of weddiiiK riliK lu the
Thu New Clerk Yes, lr.
Jeweler And, John, mark them (7,!0
tachl special discounts for dozen lots
Jewelers ' Weekly
Fret Work, Sgreens and Panels
CABINET WORK OK ALL KINDS TO ORDER.
' Full Line Of 7V KNTELS AIwaJs ln stoc'-
ARE SHOWN IN OUR NEW WaREROOMS.
NEBRASKA CABINET WORKS,
COUNTERS AND WALL CASES.
1SS24-28 M Street.
H. W. BROWN
Has the New Books soon as issued. A choice line of
Perfumes and Fancy Goods.
127 South Eleventh Street..
m aw. vv wr ui.iv.
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