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THE SUNDAY MOJKLXIIVO COURIER
Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but
who tiuw icsiiles In Honolulu, write! "For
so enrs putt, my wife
lli.lr Vigor, and wo
itttiiliutu ti It tho ilntk
hMr which aho and I
now lime, whllo htm-ilicil-
uf our acquaint
mice, ten or a dozen
years joiiiiKcrthan we,
while, or tmtd. When
asked how otirhiilrhni
retained It) color mid
fulliicsi, wo reply, 'V.y
was nearly bald, nnd
Ayers ITnlr Vigor, and very soon, It not
only checked nny further loss of hitlr, hut
produced mi entirely new growth, which tins
remained luxuriant nnd glossy to tills day.
I cm recommend this preparation to all In
need of a genuine hair-restorer. It It all
tli.it It li claimed to be." Antonio Atarrun,
Dr. T. O'Connor,
(Sncceotor to Dr. Charlfs Sunrlu.)
CORES CANCERS, TUMORS,
W 'tin nnd FIMnlits tfl'honl the us ot Knife,
riiiuriitii'iii 'r Kilir.
tllilie ISIMO Strrt UHrll i,lok.
" . . ;
... -. 111 jn n-.tii. n-
GhiCagO, ROCK ISland & raCUIC H)
Best Dlnlnjr Car Service In tho World, j
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
FROM THE WEST.
Imimbir, this line hss a Dspot for all
trains at Snarlswood (snbnrborchlosrui
close to ths world's rtr Oat.
TAKE THE ROCK ISLAND.
JNO. SEIASTMN, 6. T. AND P. A. CHlCAQO. 11
ON THE CREST OF THE ALLEGHAN1ES.
(Main Lli.f. II. .V O. it. If.)
SEASON OPENS JUNE IS 1893.
Rntee, tflO, 875 tnd 800 a month, uo
cording to location. Adtlreps
GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS. Munngcr.
Cumberland. Mil., up to Juno 10; ufter
that date, either Deer Park or Oukluml,
Gurrett county, Mil,
. Oil or iiend for circular ronUlnlos tr
IidoU isrrloutcortot Couiwptloa.
ICsM r,BrlM' IUmsw, tltroraU. f.
r.km. Syphilis. tarunstiB, CUarth,
T'imar. slomcub TruublM. tie. He,
BO SIWiBS f.r nv not tiula.
inuontrdit r-wher.. S8S BirsusS SILkkS
IC it jm.-w- turn, imu. iBinue. ii-
bw . tiaftSJaV-aBfr
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HHs1sVs1ssKS3vts, isCSf ir-y
AN OLD ADMIRE.
Absence Doesn't Aia). Make tha Heart
Grow t'n inter.
Scene A dinner nt tho Van Ogdcna.
Ht'Kgjr Western, (to himself) Here's ft
Sell I They've given mo tho stupidest girl
In the w hole room. I wonder w ho tho little
dnrliiiK on my left Is. Something dcucedly
fninlllnr nlmut the Itnck of her neck. 1 wish
she'd turn her fnci this way. l)y Jovel
(Aloud.) Mncl Mia Cnrhnrtl What a
lucky duffer I nml
Mlaa Cnrhnrt (coolly) Mr. Western!, I
Heggy You licllever Oh, nny, tlmt'a
good. Have you really forgotten me, or
arc you Just angry In-cause I liuveu't called r
I couldn't, you know. I've been nwuy.
Dccn out west, across the pond, down tint
Mcdltcrrnneiin, Alaska, Cnlcuttn, Huenui
Ayrcs, Japan, Norway, all over tho place.
MIsb Cnrhart (languidly) And why diit
you come back r
Heggy Henlly had to; found I couldn't
live without you. Kvcn tho desert of Ss
hnra was it barren waste. Yearned for IkiJ
hood'a hnppy home nnd old friends, you
know. Aren't you delighted to see inef
MIm Cnrhart (with forced politeness) t
am chaauod. Tell mo some more nbout
Heggy You don't act charmed. That
Ice mnldeti business reminds mo of the llrst
time I ever tried to kirns you. Ah, I'm com
ing up aome evening thin week to talk over
those old Stioon lake days.
MIm Cnrlmrt (biting her HpV Well re
ally, I mil out m much.
Heggy (cheerfully V Oh, yes, of course, to
other fellows, but you won't be to me.
Gmlt 1 often think of Skh)d lake. Never
had such n jolly time since. Awfully gone
little girl, ehr And I waa head over heels
in lovo myself. Kover were engngeil, though,
Miss Cnrhart (raising her voice) And so
you spent six months In Italyr (lu iv lower
tone.) I should hope not,
Heggy Who mild anything about Itnlyr
You didn't "hoputiot" once. Neither did I.
I was (mite in enriust. Oh, you needn't
lift your eycbrnwMl I was, I unsure you.
Miss Cnrhart Yes, 1 liko "Americans
Abroad" better than "Aristocracy."
Heggy Hot her "Americana Abroad!"
What's the matter with you, Mac? I don't
know what to make of you. You used to
be the sweetest and most friendly littlo girl.
Never knew any one so nITectiouate. Aw
fully changed now. Perhaps you don't like
my licanlr I'll shave it oil. If I could
touch your hand just once under tho table!
Here's mine, dear.
Miss Cnrhiirt Oh, the acting is much
Heggy What nctlngr Oh, Mae, how can
you he so cruel! Let uh kiss nnd bo friends
again. "Should old flirtations Ira forgot,"
you know. Your heart was all mine once.
Why can't I haven little comer of it nowr
Miss Cnrhart Yes, wo still live on the
corner. (In a whisper.) Oh, hush; dohushl
Heggy What forr Mrs. Yan Ogdeu
knows what spoons
Miss Cnrhart (desperately) Do be quiet.
I'm engaged if you must know itl
Reggy Engngedl by Jovel And to
Miss Cnrhart (bitterly) To tho tnnn on
the other aide of inc. And ho has very good
Heggy O-h cr I say, you know. Aw
fully sorry! All n Joke: never nut you bo-
fore! Mistook you for Miss er Miss er
Miss Wabash of Chicago. Deucedly pretty
girl. Looks just llkeyou. Beastly blun-
Miss Carhart A horrible blunder!
Guides are so careless. If he had let you
fall Into that crevasso on tho Matterhoral
Heggy (fervently) l)y .love, I wish he
had! Harry Komulne in Life,
A Rtorjr of Devotion.
They ant I.-.T.- by the flickering firelight.
Her head was nest lis 1 on his heaving and
mnnly bosom, uud softly hla arm stole
round her yielding waist.
The law takes no cognisance of this class
oes, if proper precautions are
observed, except the two interested parties
1 Oh, rapture!
He had told her the sweet words over nnd
over again, and sho luul coyly cooed theui
back to him.
A step was hoard lu tho ball.
That Is to say, it watt heard I y the girl.
The young limn heard nothing except the
beating of u fond heart.
"George." she murmured, "whut would
you do to show your love for your little
"Dearest," he responded fervently, "any
thing, everything. I would willingly, oh,
so willingly, suffer nny pain for you."
"Are you sure, Georger" aho asked, with
the insistence of doubt.
"Sure ns tbe stars do shine, darling."
Again that step.
"Then, George." she said, with a little
sob, "get ready, for papa's coming."
And the craven coward skipped. Detroit
Dcatiitry la liuwllug Gulch.
"Sny, doc, afore ye begin on that eif
tooth to pull it Jes take these hytir tools
and hide em wlmr I can't git my ban's on
'cm." Harper's Dinar.
Tonimy Wu llimgry.
An old hnly w ho Is very much of n bore
paid a visit to a family on Madison avenue.
he prolonged hi r stay uud finally Mild to
one of the children:
"I'm going away illicitly, Tommy, and I
wan't you to go pun of the wny with m "
"I'nn't do It. We are going to have din
net as MHiu as you leave." ie,. lied Tommy.
An Attru CateiilHtnr.
"What's the matter," said one young
man to another. "You look as If you had
a good deal ou your mind."
"I have. I'm trying to th u e how raanr
times I'd have to wi. Ik toi.id from the of
fice to make u-i for that slugh rldo I took
la.t night." Washingi on Star.
"Iteully, my huobaud doesn't know cm
note from another. Hi "
Hamilton I not Uul that wien I p
senti-d him with uie that was Dvenlue -Chicago
How lit !! tlspp.r.
Old Octit On the tv cf your mnrriagf
let mo gl e j 0:1 it 1 lie j of iuh Ice. llemem
ber when j ottr wife's next birthday colne
and give her n handsomo j)reelit.
Young Man Yes, of course.
"Give her the best your pocket can buy
very birthday, but nt CurMmn, New
Year's and such tlmn i;lve her only Inex
pensive little tokens. Form that habit,"
"Yes, but why"
"It will pay."
"I presume so."
"Yes, In n few yrrs you can begin to
forget the birthdays, and she won't say a
word," Naw York Wckly.
A Hur Nlgo.
Miss Summit I Invited somo of my girl
friends around last night, and wu had 11 de
lightful card party.
Dashaway Yes, I passed tho limine dur
ing tho evening. You were plnylng whist,
were j ou not r
Miss Summits-Why, Mr. Dcshnway, how
did you guessr
Dashaway You were making so much
Mrs. Illoomfleld I hear that Mr.
mud has married MIkm Trlvvett.
She'. blind, you know. Isn't it a pltyr
Mr. llloomlleld Isn't what 11 pltyr
fact that sho Is married?
"That she Is blind, of course. Hut It Is 11
good thing Mr. Moremud fell in love with
her. He's so rich and able to take care of
her. It seems so uuselllfch, too, for n man
to marry a woman nrlllctcd like that, jet It
Is much better for a blind man to marry a
woman with good eyesight than to mate
witli a blind woman, and It is lietter for the
deaf and dumb to marry the hearing and
seeing than to marry llioso afflicted like
"lU'catiseonocnn supply the deficiencies
of the other and so bo of assistance to each
"Well, I don't think so. I think a blind
man ought to marry n blind woman."
"So as to reduce tho amount of suffering
In tho world."
"How would Intcrmnrrlngo of blind peo
ple do thatr"
"Just in this way. When n man and
woman marry, the two become one. Re
duces the number of blind people W) per
cent. Seer'' Pittsburg Chroniclo Tele
graph. No Delay.
The Philadelphia Itocord tells of a car
penter who was sent to mnke auewdoor
for a house about Ave minutes' walk from
Ills employer's store, but forgot his foot'
rule. A lltt'.c thing- like that, however,
didn't disconcert Mm. He was a big fel
low, so he spread his enormous arms and
found ho could Just reach from tbe door
step to the top of the. structure With hU
arms outstretched bo ran toward the car
penter's store, nnd nr.-etlug 11 fellow em
ployee shouted, "Don't stop me, Tom; I've
got the size of tbe door between my two
A Juvenile Gillion.
Mrs. Waylmck That weather vane that
peddler sold you ain't worth shucks. It
don't point toward the wind nt nil. It
points Just tbe other wuy.
Mr. Waylmck Dy Jinks, that's so. Th'
wind Is from tho south, and thnttlii rooster
points north, sure as guns.
Little Son I'll tell you how to fix It,
pop. Take It down and cut it t'.itotho shape
of a cow. Cows always turn till to t'je
vtli.il. Good News.
Tlm llunUlilp of I.iliur.
Pat Ye'll huvo to get n new night
watchman, sorr. Ol'll be lavln yea Satur
day. Hank President Why, what's the mat
Pat Shure, this place Is on a strate
wherv there's so muuy noises nt night 01
can't get me slape. Truth.
Not rr 11 1 m to Huy.
"Here, wurter iiilck! Something to eat
nnd look sharp!"
"Yesstr. Wbat'll you have, slrr"
"Oh. unythlng I don't care. Chop or
steak whateveryou like."
"You must e.NfUM? me, sir; but I don't
feel calltd upon to decide." Punch.
He Wu. Out.
VWtor Is Mr. Jinks Inr
riunkey Mrs. .Unks It out of town.
"1 didn't ask for Ti.rs. Jinks. I n"ked for
"Certainly, but Mr. Jinks Is never li
when Mrs. Jinks Is out of town.'" Texi.s
a rest run Tor Tliem.
"There isn't much fun in trying to do
two things at once."
"Perhaps you haven't noticed women
ilalng whlkt and going over the neighbor
mod gossip ul tho same time." Westfleld
Hurdup The umouutof your bill, doctor,
has made me fei 1 quite ill.
Doctor (gleefully) Has It, sir Then I
rt.ppose you will want me to attend you
I -ofesslouully ngulnr Tit-Klu.
Not Truly IlroTe.
Oh, fieri rly foupht he lu the warsl
Ills cduniu'e "It van noted,
And tireu Unas ho frr gallantry
Was honored anil promoted.
Where Imlltts flew ss thick us tteas
Ar. I idmoM asnniioyltig,
I Well t i the front, he lorc I lie hrunt
When ileal li with men wks to) Ing.
i The shriek of shells no terror Lrnuwht,
ThotiKh i (intrudes fut were IbMntri
lie stisxl nlnne In trrnclies itrtwn
With carmine most appalling.
Uennlliil mi ikatli with anorului iml'e,
Ami feur a: il he were nraut'er.
When blfxid r.owcil flee l.e luuvied In g.eu.
Found food fur mirth 1 1 (lsnj'.m
Yet now his ixihle courscv fallk
III. heart I" nenr to .topplnt
It hull's Ms titres whm l.l w i:t obervt.
"JoUu, com with me a-khopp!:.'."
Queer, Isn't (tr Tho man with a cool
million gits n wnnu tcceptlon wherever ho
joes. UulTalu Courier.
If any cyclones have, design on Chicago,
they will confer n favor Upon many worthy
nonresidents by getting lu their work as
quickly as possible. Kansas City Journal.
The man who should Invent n machluo
10 that people could drop it penny In tho
riot ami pick out n name for the baby
would surely make a fortune It would
lake m many tries to get a nntiie to suit.
Thero Is this good to bo said of the silver
dollar. If 11 man sees one I) lug lu the
itreet, ho won't pass It for M cents. Phila
Tho reason tho piano Is such a sympa
thetic. Instrument Is because It l greatly
touched every t lino It Is played. Hochcster
The well bred man la nowhere so certain
of his standing ns In n crowded streetcar.
When a child wants a favor from his
parents, hunsks his father's permission and
tells his mother hu Is going todo It. Atclil
"This Is not altogether the kind of a
houso I couutid 011," said 11 suburban resi
dent, show lug his new residence t j 11 friend,
"but the architect says It suits him."
"I'vo got the drop on you," said the Ink
bottlu totho new carpet. Hochester Chron
icle. A German student has estimated that It
coKtColumlm about V,'W to come over
hero ami discover us. It was worth every
cent of the Investment. Philadelphia, Led
ger. i:iuillr Correct,
lie had taken her to tho opera, to the
theater, to dances, concerts and receptions,
but never alone.
She had always Included In her accent
auce of his numerous invitations tho prim
proviso that shu should bo ullow cd to bring
a chaperon, for she "never went nuywheru
Now, however, sho felt that sho was get
ting to know him very well, and r.s she was
greatly desirous of hearing Hlsliop Heavy
stone of Northern Nova Zcmhlu preach nt
tho Church of the Heavenly Splroim Mad
ison uvcuuo next Sunday evening, sho
thought shocould safely ask Jack tonccoiu
Jack bad never fancied the chaperon net.
In fact, It had wearied him exceedingly, but
he bad never (land to protest ngalmt It.
Hut when ho recelvid her invitation he
saw a chance to give her n gentle bint of his
sentiments on tbesubject; so l.oseuthernn
immediate reply written in her own sweit
you to think of uic.nmllthiiltliunrcntlyclinrm
ed to accept jour iKHnlitf ill Invitation for next
SUncluycvcnlni;. 1 1 retume.of course, that jou
will lime no objection to my bringing my
mother? Yours tlnu-rvly.
Harry Homulue in Brooklyn Life.
ils Was night.
The story of the rich man's selling nil 1m
had nnd giving it to the poor wns tho s;tl
ject of discussion in a certain Sunday school
class not long ago. Tho teacher waa illus
trating the moral that the lesson conveys.
One of her most atteutivo listeners wns a
little fellow scarcely fl years old, but a
bright nan dollar and with n tougue that
uses the queen's English inn manner that
would make that motherly old soul squirm
If sho heard it. "Now," said the teacher
very Impressively, "If a man is fortunate
enough to make $1,000,100 In thecounu'of
his life, It Is his duty to give half of Itnt
least to the poor." "Yes," Interrupted a
prim littlo girl In one corner, "but bow
many men make (1,000,000 In the course
of their llvesr" There was n silence for 11
moment, when tho llttlu fellow chirped 111
with the caustic answer, "Darn few."
Not Interesting to tier.
Husband You hnve been worrying me
for five years lecaue you wero not ns well
dress.-d as Mrs. Nexdoor.
"Well, he s failed can't pay his debts."
"Did ho owe you anything"
"Humph! I can't see what that has to
(!o with my clo.hes." exchange
Where Tticy Sit.
Mother Don't you know better thru io
rut your fvtt on the sof; I l.osU nt tl:e
mud. Suppose r.ime one sliould come in
nnd sit down ou Uf
Small Son This Is the night Mr. Nlce
Mloconus tosie lis, nnd they never sit on
tl.u sofa. 1 lu y i.hvr.ys sits on the rocking
cbnir. GikkI News.
An tiling to Oblige.
Fortune Teller Lit n.e rend your for
tune, lady. I cnti tlud out your future bus
hend. Lady I already have a husbiind.
Fortune Teller If you'd llkot jliavelilm
frund out, can do that too. Iudiaiiupolls
Tom How Is It you do:.'t call ou
1 ritznuy more
Jack She lecently bought her
brother a kodak. Vogue.
Not uti Appllennl.
Mrs. Dogixsl Did you know that satau
finds work for idle bauds to dor
Dusty Miotics I don't want to do no
work. Beef Truth.
He (passlotiiitelj) My love, (leraldine, is
like the rose in your hair. It is
A bud Tl.
"Why, what's the matter with the boyf"
1 "I wux a-i-eln bow many anlnmls Sim
aiy Noah's aik I could hold In my I .t',
in I've ben a swn tiered a giraffe an a
VlOrNrfrS fMr WVlrS0H RKltS.
THEY WILL PERMIT ALL TO GO
TI10 miml direct nm(o Is vlu tlm
MAMMOTH Tllt'NK LINK
KNOWN AH TIIK
IsINCOIbN TRUNK FACTORY.
It Is tlm only llrst cImsh lino In tlm city, 11ml nil slioulil liny tlultotH over HiIh rmito.
TrtmltH, Truvellng lliigs, lOvtcnslon Ciisoh, I'ooltct HikiUh, DrcsHing L'iihch, HtrupH,
nml t'vorjtliing llrHt cIiish for tnivrllcra.
There Is n certain air
haps you have noticed it.
People uive them credit for heinu competent to Jiulju 11 bicycle
for knowing i ood thiny when they see it,
An air of confidence is clearly marked in the yraceful bearing of
RAMBlcBK riders. They know the wheel they ride; have utmost con
fidence in it.
Knowing that Ramblers are high grade, and are sold at list price
only, people do not look upon RAMBItliH'riders as frequenters of "bar-
"ALL RAMBLERS HAVE
E. K. GUTHRIE, oi.i5 A.oisxri
5s to 7s.
GOODS YOU WANT..AT THE
Prices you want them.
D. G. YATS, 1129 0 STREET.
l.llx-r.il tiitt -
It. i:. Mihiiic, I'revlilent.
K. V.. Knows, Vicu l'res.
('. II. Imikikf, ('iiiililt-r.
II. H. MiHin-,
J. II. Miicfnrluinl.
K. i;. llniwn,
I. V. Ilefceese,
( . !:. uti s,
V. S. ltii)iniiiiil.
T. K. ( nlvett.
Moving HousBHOkD Goods and Pianos
None but Experienced Men employeJ. Latest devices for Moving Machinery, Safes,
and other heav articles.
We hnve Juki emplo)ed a skillful workiumi from the Eat, who is fully rmHteiit to mnke nil
repairs in the shoto lines. T. J. THORPE & CO., XII South FJeienth St.
.! V,i."l ft
of distinction about RAMl)Ul:R riders
Q. &J. PNEUMATIC8."
pulil on Savini; I)cmi1Ib nt
Fire per cent per milium.
lin rule uf
Union Savings Bank,
Eleventh Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
GAPITAL INVESTED IN U. S. BONDS
YOUR SAVINGS SOLICITED.
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