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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 189? UNDKRAWtKATJUJUtf TWENTY THOUSAND MAY ASSEMBLE AT DEMOCRATS CHICAGO. At lUunl, ttir Vrtttr City Outline llrr MH nml riinilrurtt tlm l.ftrgrM Coiivrn tint, llnll Kter Kimwit I'rnliwble Intlu. nrn of N'rw Vurk rnrllmu. (HlH'rUlCiirnxiiinili'iicr. Cilliwtio, ilunii !). Wlillo thowlgwnm in whirl tlio Dt'inneruHo convention la to w held on .Tutu at lit not n hiuul noino htrui'tnro, It ii wilt ndiipti'il for tho object in vlow. Hltiiutcit on tho Inko front, liutwwii Mmltaoii inn! Wmli ingtnu Htrcotn, it ia roniovud from liiut'h of tint noiao nml btinttu of tlio city. True, n nnmlwr of rallnm.l trucks rim between it ntul tlio lnkti, hut tlurt) nro no window or doom on It eastern hide, mimC peisAJr TlIK CONVENTION HAM.. nd tlio rattle of trtu-kH or cliiinor of locomotivfl Itelln will not disturb tlio proceeding. Neither will tlio mnoko from tho englnei tlml nctow Into tlio bnildlng mid clog tho throatH of tlio orator, 111 was tho riwo at tho coti...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER SATURDAY JUNK 4, iSoj THE WRONG MAN. The Trtlliln MlsUk of a Disturbed !loukollr. 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 now." 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 overlooked somehow. Mr....

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

1 CAPITAL C1TV COURIER. .SA I URD U . Jl'F 4 1 02. V A full linn FINE TEAS in has never been in qunli.y before Lincoln. Such as counted Strawbenies A full shipment of finest fruit Saturday morning. It dont pay to wait tilt evening even if you do get theni cheaper. Make your selections early and get choice goods. MILLER TiE GROCER 143 S. llth Street. 'Phone 39S. Sampson Sisters MODISTES SevciMcar experience In the most fash ionable" ilicss Attire (or luillcs. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 1 i 1 N utrcct, over Done)-' torc WMMmfimKm ,TSfc.. Jai' neuhaska'b blite FAMILY NBWflPAPEH. PUDLISHCD EVERY SATUnDAY. L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor. I'I'lll.K'ATION OI'KIClIi vi:hhi:ij-hti:vi:nh imiintino eo., I mi N Hired. TcUtplmiicfU Ottlcf. !IV1, llosldonoe, ffllil, Kiilxctlprlnn Itulio. In .sdinnco. IVr iilitniiii f.MM I Throe inonlhs ... Uw HU ninulhs ,,.,. I.N) BIUlo copies fioj Imtcrcd nt Hid pi.Miifllcn of Lincoln, Noli., nit second class iijiillui'. POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000. Mr. Hell announces...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

CAIMTAI, CITY HOMEMADE BONNETS. AN tASY MATTER TO ECONOMIZE IN MILLINERY. Attrnrtlvn Wri-ntlis While iiml UtPrtin fancy for n-llrMt' Mitke n l'rtty Toque, -T fur Itmr llrlttrn. Mulii- Is lliri'uriil . r -? !'' ijdilMii-illow In r j .4 & HtHt'lnl Correspondence. 1 Nrw Yohk, Juno 2. Sotno lndlts. firmly boliovo tlpit nothing is tit ttrwoui tlint has not boon Knight,, reudy male. and ho tlioy pay largo suins of inofioj simply fory 'Rtyk,' vicii A llttlulthunght and tho oxorclso' of vrimt no me cull "faculty" and others "gumption" wdulM result In tho possession of many prott.v. thing at small cost, ami tho amount thus saved would lmv jacket In u your. J for,n svulsklff ' In tho first place thero'iirl) lonnefu. Tho present styles innko It tho easiest thing in tho world for a lady to have several Ixinnots instead of ono If hci economy runs that way. Tho straws and jet frames aro so ornato in them selves that a scrap of ribbon, a bit ol old laco washed and ironed or ono spray of flower...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY JUNE 4. 1892 l892 After Easter Comes House Cleaning. A .M. Davis&no Sell Carpets You Know the Place. 1 mt v UHK IIOWARD'H CREAM OF ROSES. Th most exquisite preparation forthsskla, pea lianas, i-muca or hmmm pares Chap Removes Tan and Saaltlm anrs fa-Halt IMioum. u peritenon, excellent-10 ui trial. Perfectly harmless, rrloe Twaatr- 1 seats, ooiu nr an nriciss arafgist. WOMAN Freckle. 'J8 SHE COULD UN. Bui Hit Dliln'l Know II Until After, went. The Iter. II. W. Pierson, I). I)., was for stany years n traveling agent of Ilia Amrr lean Ulbln society In tlin soiithw est. For a part t that time liu rodo a horse (if which he was Justly proud, nnd of which he speaks again unit again, always In terms of eulogy. In hi volume of reminiscences, "In the brush." One night he arrived nt celebrated watering place. A four horse stagecoach drove up at the same time, uml Dr. Pierson noticed the eyes of the driver and the passengers fixed admiringly upon I1I1 Jenny. T...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

TISG00DT0 FORGE'I DR. TALMAQE DISCOURSES ON niGM i EOU3 LAPSES OF MEMORY. Vargelfiilnrna In Certain Cum Ii 1)i laraa : Ua On of '. Siibllmrit At tributes of the Deltjr An Kloiiiinit Ft for Charity mill Mercy. BnooKl.rN.luno 5. The enormous mull nee which thronged the Tabernacle tliln morning hud fresh ovldonco of Dr. Tnl matte's originality. The vnluo of n retont tire memory every one know by oxcrlonco nil hud heard extolled from their Reboot daya tip, hut they learned from Dr. Tab mage's sermon that tliu nrt of forgetting It worth cultivating, and Hint theru In the highest mmsIIIu example for Its exercise. HI text whs Hebrews vlil, 13, "Their slim Mid their Iniquities will I reiiiimbcr no more." The national flower of tho Kgyptlnu In the heliotrope, of tho Assyrians Is the witter Illy, of thu Hindoos Is the marigold, of the Chinese Is the chrysanthemum. We have no national flower, but therein hardly ny flower mot-u suggestive to many of Be thnn tho forgetmenot. Wo nil like to be rc...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 4 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY CO'URIEK, SATURDAY, UNE .), 1892 WPUMTIOH OF UHCOLK 88,000. 1 Dresses for the House, Dresses (or the Street, Dresses lor Pleasure Trips, Dresses for Graduating. HO.fnoh all wool H-rte, nssorled Colnrs, for mtr price i, now iv. 40-Inch llrdfnrd Curd llroendo, aortetl rolors, former price (I.IU, now "tv, 4H-luch Arnold's Henrietta, fnrnwr prion 1.10 now TtK). 40.rnch Hllk Warp, Toltco cloth, former irlcp 11.10, now 71V. 40-Inch Cticvcrnn, former pilcn 11.10. now rve. H. R. N1SSLEY & CO. Cor. lOandPBtB. c ( TAKE NOTICE1 The CouuiKU will not W nMiislh1o for any debts made by nny ono in It name, nit mi a written order acoomiMinlos the name, 39c Children's School Hats t and, upwards at the L I ' TF P f Ctor. O ami latl) Sts. Opera House Comer Tm n.mrlnr Cnti lie rouiiil At Howl Lincoln Now Htand. Windsor Hotel Now Htand. Capital Hotel News Htattil. , lletl Duilo Ohrar Wore., HWi O Htreel The Ape, ll" Norlli litti Htreot. Kd. Young, I-W O HI root. ,, u Claon. Kleioiwr o.. ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

'fS-J 1 - i. rfP)f 1? . agra 4)-V-tfO'D'O.Ou0't &-&&'' $ asasB ,5A-l6ftllrc RMt!R -onAXopiM TIA11S " LfTi.'Srt.A'r'j.MV ' -v, . "a.w . vrrf, . - -" r-sjA wiiw. n" n.TlT'l ft . t.y : t il:ljlt.nt.i .. - i v j r.ir r- - - . - y, vv wv .ii. -. -v v.. (rvjr.ii.v .k'AHi' rvA t J."- irv. v rv - ii jrj.rf . m v . fn ,rj' i invk a r:r-. a r rj 3B& IM&r ,'V" j-')J. J vmw ir v i. cu' r, a. lJ:8i$8W'WS (ri' rs Hkw iiiflv fi aiiaiv "vv iht iv u v.' . i m -r "if w,.mi i it im in x.t ' . aL. it a n r inrwHn x- v rs KaaiaL-: iBjT.r - i' ly'i-ii wm fiaKfirsJAifflft v.1!"' :..lemTO&S 1 Vol r No L 7 Lincoln. Nkiikaska, S ruwiiAY, Ji NK tl, lrtHLi rate ewKfRLK- Pkicic I'NVIC CoiltM A i-i fotliuiililc lnil lint liil.cil MinliiiiKi' lit lllClllltdlllll III II ItVOIlt (".llfllf HiIh jMipiT III lti;iiiil to tin1 WmitKonk'i tliiK il Shi iiifiil ti lm i' tiiKeii ihiIiiI uxciitloii to iiiifXpiiMlim to the 1'irtrt tint it U tliL il"o of uiiinnii to M'oiii wlili fonti'mpt im nttumpt nt ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE , 189? IN THE WHITE HOUSE interesting; memories haunt the executive mansion. tttnlnlarntrraiif Ailnma, ,trflraiin, Minll on, Miiurup, .Inrloun unit Thrlr Sue rraatira A rrralilrut'a wife Willi Hnioltcil a l'lir. I (Special CcirreMxili'lenco, Wahiiiniton,.1uiuU.-- TtMlny 1 called at tlm Whlto Hoiino mid wntuliiretl tiirougn Kit niv torio apart iiu'iitH. Who will Ihi tlm DPXt lllllll to llvo Mill l'lllll llOll'? For niiHWcr yon will liuvo to look to MinncuiiollH and Chicago. Joint A dn tu h win tlto Hrist luc.i idont to llvo lit tliln old iiiiiiinIoii. Ad u hid (,'iivn lunity diilutulld atato illniHTM and lTCl'lltioilH, b u t litn own way of living wuh very plain. IIIh Invu rialilo luncheon coiiHlsteil of oat cnko and lemon- joiin ap-amh. ado, and tlio family dinner woro very elnmlo. Wlion tlio tri'KHiiry liuilillngH humeri, Adams took liU jilnco in tlio lino and IHUHVil water buckets. Liko all Hnoii of rank in tlioxo days lio woro richly em broide...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER SATURDAY JUNK u, 189, BROAD HINTS. tcn(iii rt hlrh Inlliirlirril k Colitrril flrll llriunii to llrllnrn tlltust-lf Insulted. "Dat Peterson hIrkoIi aln' no hoiii'Icii, iinli," nn old colorod nun exclaimed. "Why do you think that, uncle?" u hy ittandor asked, "I t'lnlc it 'm'm olideWrtv lm mlsboluivot hN-o'f." "Ilni ho done anything toyouJ'" "VlH, will, ho hob. He's done lllllILt ll'lt 'slnervntlon what wuz niicnlhil fo and whtit no Kcni'lcn wouldn't 'n' !i no," "Ho Insulted you, oh" "Yin, will! It 'pear to iiiu llkt lu1 Iml)." "Perhaps yon mo too sotisltlxo. uncle!'" "Wlint iiiu lnt, will)" "Why, ninyhu yon ttru Kmi iiik U to Indue people, mid It may ho tlnil on Itiuuiiul t Ins fellow mount to insult when he uiii .1 I id liolhlnu' of the kind " "I reckon yo's uroim dm, sub IV s m 'limit t akin hints, 1111 uhcii m m nnii'icii 'units iiul wultsas Ioiikiix I kin ro' I t tki lilt ili. Hill when a pussoii noes fer'tioim'i jo's liotiti to 'knowledge In iticu it ti '-ni...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNK n 180: A full lino of iFI-NE TEAS Such as collided has never been in ouali.v before in Lincoln. Strawben ies A full shipment fruit Sat unlay It dont niiv to of tin est morning, wait till evening even if vou do Sct them cheaper. .Maue your selections early and get choice goods. MILLER GROCER 143 S. 1 1 III Street. 'Phone 398. ' .MRS- WELSH MILLINER, Removed from 142 S. tath street ro- 126 N. ELEVENTH ST. LADIES' HAT RESHAPED. Mr. Hell announces the nrilvnl o( HAIR GOODS, ORNAMENTS, HAIR TRIMMING And n lino line of cosmetic Including DEMI ROYALE, SIGRET OF BEAUTY, and Tonjours June for the complexion Ladle should call aid have their Hair Dressed, Nails Manicured, Scalp Treated and Face and form beautified. Mrs. j. C. licit, 114 North Mth St. rinilT ADDITION TO NORMAL Tbe moitbfnutlfnl mhurbitii prorw erty now on tho inurket. Only three block from the lianiUome I .In coin Normal llnlverilty mut but three blocks from the propoied elect l lo railway. ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

u CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY JUNISii, 1S02 MAIDS ASA Xm.03S. FUNDAMENTAL PR NCIPLES WHICH SHOULD GOVERN THEIR -APPAREL. Vtllltll Mllltllll lit! Clllltt'llt W Hit I.ltflit unit IiiiipciKltr l)ritperlc. While lllt-li .Mil-ti-rhiU llcllt tin' Miilrini 'llic Latest New Ytnk 1'iulilniiH llctrllicil, IS I'lnl C'irrcHtU'iico.l Xr.w YoitK, .Inne U. There is an oter nal tltuoss in matters of dress, if woman kind would only learn to know it , and one of tho fundamental principles is that all of tho rich and heavy iimturttilH ttlunilil lx left to tho itmtroiiH, and tho lighter and n 1" ! 'Xlf. ff-v. .COLLAttB .AND (CUFFS ! ! IllltiwTliey Some 1H mil "WHISPERING FRISOEE." ft B& M d-r.w n W ii 1, ' irv iVWi r nr i (I I I'UETTY St MMHU GOWNS J'OK CI1ICLH. rnore inexpensive ones ho given over to the young. Now young girls will wear matt-rial ns rich anil expensive as theit mothers and grandmothers, hut it should not 1)t) permitted, for when the time comes that the young irl in a matron her...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY JUNK 11. 1892 l892 After Easter Comes House Cleaning. A. M. Davis & Co. Sell Carpets You Know the Place. Itliln't Kn'iw. Ill tint cotine of I'ininliiing a u Unit (nun tin) Imrkwisxl yesterday, Hnl'r Itiir Uiiig asked. "When was tin Iioiikp t-rcctcil?" "Don't know," ho replied. "How, Mr," Mild Mr. Long, "do you Imvi' no lilra uhcti tlin liotiMii wits built?" Tlu' fellow brightened tip ami until: "Yes, sir: .vki, Mr. I Imllt It mjnclf, I illil, lull I ilon'l tlilnk It win ever MiTtiil-mit Incu I lii'i'ii llvlu there, noho.v." Halls linry CN" l) Ili-mlil. 'Ilm I'lilllo l.iller Writer. ft JWMM UHK HOWAltD'H CREAM OF ROSES. The moatexiiiilslto preparation fortheiklkv. area (J hap pod Hands, Chaful or HoeJdad Removes Tan nnd freckles, Foattlvacuro for Rait lllioum. Ijullfi pro ounce It nerlectlna. Kscellent to use arte Karlnf. l'erfeotly minutes, l'rloo Twenty T oonU. Mold hv all ftrH-clms tlnifglal. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND On The Crest Of Tho Alleghanles,...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE u, 189: !W? A TREMENDOUS WORD POWER AND SIGNIFICANCE OF SINGLE WORD "SELAH." THE Dr. Taliumjr Httyn "Neliili" In No Nrrlp- 1 11 nil Accident, 11 r Unthinking I'puplr I Siiimim Tlirouuli It Itnll tln Tlimiilvr- Ing (harlots of the Oiiiiiliiitiit (Intl. llUOOKl.YH, May W. Hc-v. Dr. Tnlnmgc toiliiy took for tlio Hiilijcct of his sermon 11 tingle word of ficqucnt occurrence In t lie llllile niid whoso meaning Is but little uii rirrstood. From It lio ilrcwn profoundly Impressive description of tliu varied mid majestic purposes of certain jmrtH of Scrip ture mid 11 practical lesson for Christians generally. Tliu text was Psalms lxl, 4, "Selah." TIk majority of llllile renders look upon tlil word of my text as of no Importance. They consider It u superlttilty, n mere Mil Inn In, a meaningless Interjection, n use less refrain, an uiidellned eclio. Sclnh! Hut I liave to tell you that It Is no Strip tural accident. It occurs seventy-four time In (lie Imok ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 11 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, UNE n, 1892 8 Ur 1 r m mr ; POPULATION OF LINCOLN 65,000. Dresses for the House. Dresses for the tifft, Dresses for Plens.irc Tilps. Dresses for Grnihinting. KMnch all wool Mriin untitled colors, loi uierirlcoiUio""" " 4iv.neh llidfind Ciml Itineiule, iimii led colon, termor iirii'o f 1 10, now Tiv, 4Slnrli Arnold's llt'iitli'ltn. fortur-i prion I,I0 lluW TIM. liMnrli MIW W'nip, Tot lie cloth, former price 11.10, nuir Wo 40-tiiflt Choxoion. fni m 1 1 pllrr 11.10. now Tiv H. H. N1SSLEY & CO Cor. 10 and PSta. TAKE rjOTICE! The CoimiKU will not In ivspoinlhte for any debts made bx any niu in Its iiiiitii',Jiii emu written order nivoiniiunles '"' snino, Children's School Hats and ujvai tls at the fK Cor. O and i Si. Opetft 1 louse Corner Thit Oiiiirlur C n l"oiiml At Hotel Lincoln News Hland. Windsor Hotel Nowsmniid. ('initial lloli'l New Wtnml. HcVl initio Clmr Hliw. MOJO H loot The Apex, 111 North llth wtieot. Kit. Yiiunii, I'fOi O reet . Cliison. K...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 18 June 1892

t r i . . - --- ; " " , t 4 - k. J - TA- P6PI UR BI3ER P A?Pl:l ttl TIMKS w Lincoln, Nkmnamka, Satukday, Jiinic 1H, ISOU. PlsMCIC FlVIC CoiltM Vol. 7 No US Town TnLfo Why do people whoso homes Imvi' beet, visited I iv tlu silent inissongor ill ways fool calliil ii)nn to i iixli Into print tn iissuio tln'lr friends of their ginll tudu for ili kindness so generously tiostowod nnd which arc mote or less llilr iluef Ills I'litlii'ly upeillnou, out of (Into titnl n.otiii- lugless. IVi Imps It was once n very pious lug custom, liut If It weie ever mi, which there Is room to doubt. It Is so no longer . No oni' iv lin does number a kindliest in on hour or alllictloii cnu lit' very iiiui'li moviil I by an expression of gratitude In llio ulillo pi'Illt4. No Mil' who dots Midi a klhllllcss I on n iloulit tin' piiitit inlf or tlio iH'ipti'iit Iti in reasonable to suppose, without any louil anil showy ixprtssioli of llio liiot.tliat allmo, grateful tinder such elieiiinstiiuees. ruii'li an acknow...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 18 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1897 THE FOOL POLITICIAN THE MAN WHO FOOLS HIS FniENDS FOOLS HIMSELF. Waltrr Wrlhftnii'n llrrrnl i:inrlrtirn nt MIiiiimo1I Mturs Him tit Tlirr OI rrvHtlmis lln !Sltr lt Siunr of the I.-ritili-ra of llm ltriulill'iiii Cnutelitloii. H'cll (.irietniideneii. Cnn'Ado, Juno 10. Thero Is nothing htilf Holntorrstlngln thi'sogrt'iit nutloiinl convent Ions iih tho men who mhiims and dltt'ct them. Ah I wrlto tin. strong, pushing, masterful men of tho Demo crntlo jmrty nro arrivliiK in Chlengu to tnVo imrt in the miming of niitionul run illihitoH. At .MlnncujtollH wo saw n inni; iillleent outi-ouring of tho liraln, tho brawn, tliu heart, tho uuorgy of the Ho pulillciiiiR. Chief of them all, In my judgment nnil in Kiiilur t'stlnintluu, wax Chair man Chirksnu, of tho national commit ts. Ho wan gonerully rwogulzi'il ai tlio most itniortant man on the Hold, not nlono becnusi. of hlw high ollloial imsltlon.but U'caiihoof Ills great ability, liln hlnoorlty. A ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 18 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER SATURDAY JUNK 18, 1892 3 II TOOK IN THE KNOCKDOWN SALE. Mother's Kxninpln Wm Alttiiy He- fore III K)-. "My dear," ho until, ns ho throw nshlo tho paper, "I foo that tho biggest utoro In town advertises a knockdown salo in huts." "Yen, Edward," sho said, looking over tho edge of her cofTeccttp. "1 will go with you and pick out a uico hat. You have Iwen wanting one for a long thno. 1 will show you that tt i.s possible to got something elegant at a low figure. This extravagance among wives must lio Mopped." "Now then," ho whispered, as they entered tho store, "my mother never lald nioro tlnn $3.25 for u hat, and they do Hay that In her day sho was tho best dressed woman in town. I rIiiiU take pattern after her." "Take it away, tako It away!" he gasped as tho clerk showed a stylish thing in blue marked seven dollars. "Do you think 1 linvo just escaped froniFoino asylum? I am after ono of thoso knock down hats, I am, such as I read about in tho paper." "Ah!" ho remar...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 18 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNFjS, 1892. iFINE TEAS Such as equaled iit in Lincoln. bus never been i 1 i. .. .. qilllll.y uciuri: Strawberries A full shipment of finest fruit Saturday morning. It dont pay to wait till evening even if you do 'i!t them choline v. Make your selections early get choice goods. a r..n i:..a i- cnn ""inr"-iK'vv"'.rj-"7"ii jy i in i iiiiu 01 BMm j-.-" NtHHASKA'8 eLITE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUHDAV. L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor. I'lnii.icATiDN offiuijj vi:hhi:i.-sti:vi:nh imuntino m, 111.11 N HHvi'l. TclophtiiieM-Oltlce. 1M. Itoshleiioe, !:'. snpri Ipi Inn Itntc., In Aitinure. IVr 111111(1111. . t.'.mi Three inonilii ... fine. Mix iiiniiili .. . liMlHiuitlc copies ... . fte; Kulctftl nt tlm x stolllc' of Lincoln im rcniidclnei unit tor. No'i., and POPULATION OP LINCOLN, 65,000. 0I11I1 In to devote the mound floor tn ll nil ex, nml It Is to lx mini" U-iiutlltil after the Kllrnbeth stylo of beauty, with tiled lsva torli mid dining moms nf Knjllsh n...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 18 June 1892

CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNF i8, 1802. 4 i A full line of sFINE TEAS Such ns has never been equaled in quuli.y before in Lincoln. Strawberries A full shipment of finest fruit Saturday niorninjj. It dont pay to wait till evening even if you do get them cheaper. Make your selections early and et choice goods. EpMktafgm NeiJHASKA'B ELITE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVEHY SATUHDAY. L. WESSEL, Jr., Editor. l't'lll.K.WTION OITH.'Bl vi:hhi:i.'STi:vi:nh piiistino co., 1 1 1 rt 1 N street. Tclephnnest-Oltlcc, 2.11. llcsMence, '-I'M. snp.ei lil Inn llul.".-- In AihiHiii., Pit iiiiiiiiim. tJ.mi Three mouths ...fine'. H liinulh .. . I MHII copies .... V: I'nlrii-d ill tin pIStOlllCM llf l.llH'llllI, NVl., in fCoiid class matter. POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000. Clllll I" t llfVOlP Hie glOUIld floor til Its nil ex, nnd It Is tn lm Hindu beautiful after the F.llrnheth stylo of beauty, with tiled hivu tin ls and dining moms nf Kuxllsh nnk, Hic places mill column nml nil tlm urohltoeiuinl fei...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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