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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1893)
THB ATUHBAY MOKUVIBfG COURIER
CROWDED ALL THE TIME.
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Our Buyers have just
returned from market with
istocks consisting of
GLOAKS and MlkblNBRY,
of latest styles nt prices
that were never before
in the history of toincoln
We have received our
.Lewis Underwear, and
ladies desirious of usintf
same would do well to
purchase before sizes are
We are also agents for
Munsing Wool and Lisle
j. i hi i
1039 O STREET.
W. 1). SHIELDS, M. D.
PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFHCn. I1J6 0 ST.
Residence, 2731 Pear Street.
ARE YOU IoOOKING FOR
Then lot tia havo your attontion for a
Public Atiction to the highest bidder, on
At 2 o'clock p. m., tho choiccRt Real Estnto, consisting of Lots, BIocIcr and Aero
Property In this part of the country. Tho univorpul verdict in that Real Estato is
tho surest investment that can bo made. That NEBRASKA is tho best fltato in
tho Union to invest in, and that LINCOLN in tho best city in Nebraska. Wo
wish to call your attention to tho inside suburb of Bf orxxacil Lincoln'H
brightest fltnr, only .') milcH from tho center of tho city, and connected with it by
loctric street cars and Normal boulovard. Only ono year old and n villngo of
even hundred inhabitants, with thrco stores, post-office, livery Btublo, etc. Tho
.aoatof THE LINCOLN NORMAL UNIVERSITY.
"THE LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE WEST, with an ablo faculty.
Opened Sopteinbor C, 1S!j-. Over seven hundroU students regintorcd tho llrst year
of its cxistonco. No wonder that homo buildors seek its advantages, which in an
educational and social way uro unsurpasRod, having all tho advantages of tho city
and nono of its disadvantages. No high taxes or insurance In fact, an ideal
pluco to build a homo and educato your children. Theso aro a few of tho advan
tages. And wo propose to put up and sell for what it will bring in thoso hard
times tlio best of this Choice Real Estato. Remember that you will probably buy
for lcsH money than you over can again- so do not fail to bo on baud. Small in
vestors will hnvo tho hiiiiio opportunity that larger ones do, iib property will bo
offered by tho Jot ami aero, with tho privilege to tako ns many as desired. Ladies
especially aro invited toattond. Como early in tho day and look ovor tho beauti
ful buildings, dino with us without oxpenso to yoursolvos, and havo your property
picked out, talk with tho residents already there, post yourselves upon all tho
points you winh information on, and bo piepared to bid intelligently.
Non-residonts tako agents receipts for your railroad faro, and it will bo applied
upon your purchases. Remember tho time,
i?:rei:ixtw, sisip'rjSiiviBisi aa,
.And tho placo arosmcil tako freo cars at comor Eleventh and O stroots,
-at 1:30 p. m.
Tkrmh op Sale Ono-fourth cnBh, balunco ono, two and threo years, at 8 per
-cont interest. Ten por cent discount on deforred payment for cush.
For plats and full information, nddross
Gorner Eleventh and P Sts., Uincoln, Neb.
ED. R. SIZER,
JOHN J. GILfolLAN
or A. D. KITGHEN.
CAD 0. PACE, MNfJOLN, NEIL, ) AllllM,.,,,,ru
"1'JIOH. CALLAHAN, runatu, jikii., Auctioneers.
''T t "ffs
of MoKoesport, To., had n Scrofula bunct' under
ona car which (ho physlcan lanced and then It
became, a running sore, and was followed by
erysipelas. Mrs. Tillbrook gave- liltu
tlio soro healed up, ho becamo perfectly well
and Is now n lively, robust boy. Other parents
whoso children suffer from Impuro blood
should profit by this example.
HOOO'8 PlLLOcuro Habitual Couitlpallon by
tutoring perUtaltlo action ot the aUmentnry eaiui.
Hiiiimi Sit kern ICxciirnloii.
Hy Missouri Pacific Hy. August 1W.
September 11! nmt October 10 18!).'l, with
stop over privileges, going hutcontlnu
otm passage on return trip good for
twenty days, this gives very low rates, to
Texas, Arkansas, Oklitlioimi nntl other
points. Cull nt 1201 C Rtreet, Lincoln,
Neb., Missouri Pacific onico, J. K. It.
Miller ticket agent, for further particulars
ntul ticket h.
TImi Union I'uclllii 'lii'ii lliitm.
Only 8:K).(X) tlrnt class to Ogdon, Suit
Lake, Helena, Spokane- ami Portland
For full particulars call at city ticket
office 1011 O street.
Wo uro going to offer at
MtvHEflHHBvMUi BKsflHlEft.-. . jr5x m
I 1-. -E VIKlKirlf fNHV ' . .'MK V aL3T
m rrri fi r, i" r " i ,. 111 iri-
GOLD COIN PREFERABLE.
Mllver I lleptuliilled Th round tliti Country
A fact In relation to silver that has
been under dismission muionr less nt
the Btnto fair thin week wan that tho
ratio of gold coin wits increasing
enormously over previous rt)orts and
the prospects as they now nppear
intllcatesthat within a short time Gold
Coin will bo looked Umii as the only
reliable standard. In Frank Lahr's
commodious anil coutmnlly located
building, which is found directly north
of mercantile hall, locolved duo and
lit oral discussion, the Hold Coin stoves
being tho centre of attention anil
furnished endless amount of food for
thought and worthy comment.
Mr. Luhr should bo given ctedit for
generous enterprise such as no other
Lincoln sttivo house has shown. In
jeaispiiht ho has nhu.H had a lino
showing of stoves and this jeur mtno
than over notwithstanding stringent
timer, his dlnplay is certainly worthy of
Mr. Corby n tho gentlemanly road
representative of this famous line of
stoves was on hand to entertain visitors
and give them pointers about tho
vaiious styles and sizes. Certain it Is
that no more handsome Hun of heaters
has ever been seen on tho grounds and
as for the reliability of these well known
stoves tho best proof that can bo given
for them in this connection Is 'that the
out) house in this city has handled the
gold coin RtovcB and ranges for ten
earn and will continue to sell them
heieafter. Mr. Lnlir has often been
offered othor makes of stoves at much
better prices, but realizing a good thing
when ho has it, ho has continued from
year to jear to re-iutroduco tho now
gold coin and Iiiir never boon ablo to
11 ml its equal. This is also tho verdict
of the citi'eiiB of Lincoln.
Althett toilet preparatories at Rector's
In r certain part of West Virginia somo
year i ago there was n local court presided
over by itu honest old farmer, who In his
earlier years lnul been an attorney nt law.
Tim judge trnsa quick tempered, Impatient
man, nut by no memm ungenerous, and
possessed of a keen si-iisa of humor.
Onu day while on the bench huwiw in the
nudleiiconnold negro whom ho Imdcngngitl
to haul coma timber fiom liln sawmill near
by, but who had been afterward penumded
to do tlio same kind of labor for another
person, to the neglect of the judiciary.
Ah fioati ns he caught night of liln recre
ant toller the judge suspended the trial,
quitted tho wool wick, and appronchlng tho
old African said, with great indignation
anil n very red face:
"You old rascal! Why didn't you haul
timber for mo us you promised to dof
You'll have to bo taught a lesson."
The old negro gave one look nt the Indig
nant judge, then ho hfpinred off, and
throwing liln coat to a bystander said
"Como on, masu,. DIs olo chile used to
spank yo' when jo's n trlflln boy, un 1 melt
on ho can jls' do It agin if it's necessitous."
Tho judge's motion was overruled on
that occasion as the court resounded with
merriment In which lie was obliged to
Join. Youth's Companion.
Frank would tip his chair while in the
kindergarten, and one day ho tipped It too
far and full over. The teacher, thlnklngshu
would Impress a lesson upon hlin then and
there, told of a guutlemau who was tipping
his chnlr in his oltlce and fell over his desk
and cut his head badly such a bad cut that
tho doctor had to sew It up. Frank listened
very intently and eoined very much in
terested. After thinking n moment ho suldi
"I don't hue how the doctor got hid head
ou tho uiuchine." Harper's Bazar.
TUoufc-M Sko Wouldn't.
Why Mist Le Grande decided not to
bathe. Brooklyn Life.
Iu the Intureati of Accuracy.
"Mr. Pi'iiiiersby," said the city editor to
tho reporter, "did you writo this sentence,
'The congressman stood speichle8 with
"Yes. Is there anything wrong with It?"
"Well, I don't know. Unless you nre
vcrysuroof your facts we'd better change
it to 'the congressman was amuzed."'
The- l-olice Were Nut In It.
First Thief How did you succeed In
tcnllng that bag unseen by tho police?
Second Thief Thero Wasn't nny police
Flrt.t Thief-Why notr
Second Thief There was a fight near by.
Beef Yaukeo llliule.
llooiti at the Top,
Jinks There's always room at tho top.
Winks What have you struck nowf
Jinks Here's an account of a mnn who
began as a newspaper reporter at $15 n
week, and now hu makes $100 a tiny as a
race horse starter.-Xew York Weekly,
Nit Doubt A limit It.
"Whin dots a mnn weigh the heaviest V
"When he treads ou your corns." Uu
"So Mr. Onedge, Is uvcrso to tnuslof "
"I hhould say mi. He won't even tue rub
btr bauds iu his otllce." Vogue.
l5cSfr-1 T. ir-
Tlio Mut I'opiititr IteMirt fur l.mllrn In
Tho state fair attendance was fully up
to expectation, and tho town has been
full of people all tho week. Tho tint)
placo In town that attracted particular
attention was tho handsome atom of it.
It. Krug ,t Co., 1101I O street. Tho very
latest things In dress goods, cloaks, capes
etc., and all kinds of dry goods urn to bo
seen at Krug's. Every lady In Lincoln
should sen the splendid llun of new
cloaks, capes ami Jackets just received;
making ono of tho finest displays to bo
MM- & r til
seen in tho city. Tho new styles In cloaks
aro strikingly pretty, with Worth collars
and rich trimmings. Tho fashionable
colors are blue, gray, grctin and gray-blue
and theso cloaks, every ono of them a
beauty, aro shown In endless variety, at
prices ranging from 8'2.W) to 850.00.
Everything that is newest and best in
all Hues of dress goods at Krug's, 110!)
HIGH CARNIVAL AT ST. LOUI8.
TIIK MhTltOl'OMH OK TIIK MISSISSIPPI VAL
LEY AOAIN I'UKHKNTK A PUOOUAM DP
)'Al.tiPKHTIVITlKHTl(AT FOIt IlltlL.
LIANOY AND VAWIKTY OUT
HIIINEH TIIK OAIINITAL
' '' CITIES OP TIIK
Paris, tho most lungniticont city on
either continent, bus for ages held the
proud title of "tho premier carnival city
of tho world." However, during tho
last ten or twelve years an American
rival of no mean pretensions has con
tested for that high honor, and today St.
LouIb holds what Paris so reluctantly
relinquished, the titlo of "the carnival
city of tho two continents."
Not content with the succeflsful ox
hihitionflof previous years, the autumnal
festivities association has arranged a
program for IBM that for brilliancy and
variety will bo difficult to improve upon.
Tlio lirst of tho great attractions, tho St.
Louis exposition, will thiow its doors
open to the public September fl and con
tinuo until October 21. Tho world ro
nownetl Souhu'b band has been engaged
by tho management, which in itself is u
BUtlicicnt inducement to crowd the
magnificent building during every con
cert. Special attention has been paid to tho
street illuminations, and on tiio evenings
of August 111, Sopteinbor 7, 11, '21 and
!28, and October .'I, fi, 11! and 10, tho most
magnificent disjilny yet attempted will
greet tho eye of tho fortunate visitor;
electricity playing a prominent part.
Tho evening of October .1 tho Veiled
Prophot and his followers will pnrudo
through tho principal thoroughfares,
and immediately after tho great ball,
which has received considerable piom
inenco throughout tho world, will bo
Tho thirty-third gieat St. Louis fair
and zoological gardens, October 1! to 7,
will bo tho crowning week of tho carnival
season. This institution has no peer,
and Ir known in every land where tho
footprints of civilization oxists. The
Missouri Pacific railway and Iron Moun
tain routo being distinctly St. Louis
lines, and having at all times the inter
ests of the city iu mind, havo made a ro
ninikably low round trip rato fiom all
(Miints on tho entire system to St. Louis
and rot mn during tho festivities.
For further information In re-ard to
rates, routo, limit of tickets and a copy
of tho fall festivities program, address
nearest Missouri Pacific or Iron Moun
tain ticket agent iu jour territory, or H.
C. TowiiBcnd, G, P. &. T. Agt., St. LouiB.
A Oroat Cunibliiiitlun.
"I nvtekul her old man's consent Uwst
"Did you como out with flying colom, old
"Yawn black and blue." Kate Field's
Not a Iturcutn.
"Well, James, tho Stpiawktown Herald
has accepted my 'Ode to the Dying Day.'"
"Good enouuhl How much n lln"
1 "I haven't llgured It out. The check was
for &0 cents, and there were IK) lines."
Has been the rallying cry of Ne
braska people for years past, and
if you are really interested in
Home Industry, if you really
care to sec some beautiful
Goods you can do so at our
establishment. We have placed
on our main floor a handsome
display of fine upholstered fur
niture, covered in Brocatelle and
wilton Rug, both plain and over
stuffed, and all
A' I -..
When you have been through
our furniture department do not
fail to visit our carpet store.
THE H. Q.
211 South llth St.
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1112 o St.
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