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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889.
I pranitrt' i'-. Oar ,vj1
All people troubled with
cold or tender feet.
HOME OR PARTY USE.
1 1 29 O Street.
FRANK E. LAHR,
936 P Street,
GOLD COIN STOVES
Gold Coin Ventiduct.
A. Fowioki, . D.
ranswly Professor In the University Mos-
mt. TSr, Nowlefcl has recently returned
Sm iftia, VIrm and other Kuropean cities.
JfciMJeh been studying the new system
kftfafttaMHtoT fata aeetalilefi. female cent.
MmM ma Hvr, kMiwy and eye diseases.
,,,Pn JlSJifc mi ftMlt Mete) ilHlMlBf.
Saturday Evening, Jan. 12 '89.
Oernvr I Oth and P StrMt.
FURS and FUR
Herpolsheimer & Co.
Tlio Courier Can lie Foil ml At
Windsor Hotel Mown Htnud.
Capital llotul NowsHtimd.
O.lcll' Dlnlmc Hall NowsHtund.
Olnson A l-'lotchor's, llOrkmth 11th Btrcot.
A. T. bomlnu .V Co'h., 1100 O Htruot.
The aotlium NowsHtnnd, lit Houtli lltli Ht,
Kollh Ilnn., Ill Ninth lltli Htrcot,
Kil. Yoiiutr. IWOO Htrout.
Katon AHmlth, 12110
' Diamond Pharmacy," 12th mid N HI.
BEST GRADES OF
At Attractive Prices.
W. R. DENNIS, 1137O.
I.oeal and remount.
Wbltebrcnut Coal anil IJme Company.
Tnko Turkish nt ID 111 O street.
The liwt Ton, ti. V .Htovens & Co.
Telephone nt tlio Cuuhiku otllco Is 233,
0lcll' (lining hall, 'Jl tickets for $4.00.
Bnwyor & Monlier, llorlst., Mononlo Temple.
Mineral wnter usol tor bathing, 1010 O st.
Trickoy ctCo.,wholiwlomul retail Jowelers.
Attend tlio red mark sale nt Ashby t Mills
paughV. Tiy soino of tlio flno fresh fish served every
day at Cninerou's.
Canon City Coal ngnln nt the AVhltebreast
Coal and Llmo Co.
lloast meats, nnd vcRctnbies of nil kinds
Cnnieron's Lunch IIoumi.
'ntcltawnnn nnd Hcrautoti hunl coal sold
only by Hutvhlns & Hyatt.
Everybody eats nt Odoll's nowndnys.
Donrtl only $4.00 ier week.
Canon City coal delivered to nil parU of
city. Call up telephone &.
A drop In both price and stock of dry
goods n t II. II. Nlssley &Ca
Only place In Liucolii thnt uses mineral
water in Imtha Is at 1010 O street.
Improved shower for Turkish baths nt 1010
O street, basement Union block.
Mcndotn, the most popular coal on tho mar
ket, sola only by l.utchtns As Hyntt.
For tickets to Oregon or Wushlngton ter
ritory' points upply at IIS Bo. 10th st.
Tnketho O. ft N, W. through vestlbuled
sleejier to Chicago, Ofllco 115 So. 10th st.
QullUtl satin and fancy, knit skirts for
Indies and children nt IIerxisheIiuor & Go's.
Flno Teas, Bplces, and tho largest lino of
Fine Groceries In tho city, at B. i Stevens.
Dr. B. F. Dalloy, ofllce and residence comer
of Fourteenth and L streets. Telephono 017.
Brown's enfo i the rocogulred headquar
ters for One lunches and everything digest
able. Best board in tho city and at a price within
reach of all, at Odell's. Twontj-Mio meals
The finest luncheon. In tho city nro sorted
at all Jiours at Carder's Euroeaii rostauraut,
034 T sir jet.
Game, oysters, nnd all tho dellcasies of the
season alwnya to be had at Brown's cafe,
llrown's enfo is now open day nnd night,
so that lunches can bo had nt this popular re
sort at any time.
Everything now and neat, finest menu and
best oook in the city at Canlert Eurcpeati
restaurant, KM I street,
Tho finest work in tho city at Haydon'u
photographic studio. UM4 O street. Bee our
lino samples of art work.
In furs nnd fur trinrrlng Herpolshelmcr
& Co. show a very complete lino at as near
furriers prices as possible.
Take, the best and only one through system
Hue, C. & N. W. to Bloux City, Minneapolis
and St, l'uul, ofllce IIS Bo. 10th st.
Call on J. C. Field, Lincoln Bcavanger, for
prompt work day and night. OUlce under
First National bank. Call tilephono 408.
Exorybodycau afford to ent at the leading
resort iu the city now. The tVice of Ul tick
ets now at Odell'sJIs only $4-reduced front
Sawyer & Moshlert greenhouses supply cut
flowers, boquots, etc., on short notice.
Branch floral conservatory In Masonic Tem
At Miss Johnston's hair dressing Emporium
ladles will And tho newest styles in bongs,
switches, toilet articles, and evcrytlng used
for the adornment of the head, i
Through veotlbulo sleeper with dining car
attached from Missouri Valley on all Elk
horn C. & N. W. R, R. trains to Chicago
from IJncoln. Fatroiiiro the beet Hue; ofllce
115 So. 10th st.
Oytters properly cooked and served in any
style, to please the taste and tickle the palate
of the most; fastidious, and the finest coffee iu
the city at Hrowii's,eafe, Windsor annex.
Turkish Cabinet, electrlo aud plain bath
for ladies at !i36 South Eleventb street, every
forenoon and Wednesday and Friday evening.
For gentleman, everv af ternoou, and Tues
day and Saturday evenings.
It U admitted by all who have tried them
that St, Patrick's Pllk are the most perfect
physio In use. They leave the bowels in a
urml sum) healthy condition so that constipa
tion dost sot foUow. For sale by W. J. Tur-
II V KlIOAIl T1I011NK.
Written for the CoUiiikii.
I Ring tlio Iior-, so fiit find lino,
In lmiKimin moro roilnod, tlio swine,
Thh Uinl permitted snj's tlio Word
"Ia-kIihi'' to enter In tlio herd,
Hut not n sylnhle nlioiit
A devil ever coming nut.
Therefore, wo may conclude tlio creature,
Itepul.lve, vile In every feature,
In devilish In hi. vory nature,
Willed plainly iimv necouiit to in,
Why ho in no obstroporou..
Till to Ihn hrlin tlio .parlous troiiRh,
Ami try li Urlvo hi hoK.hln cjiTj
With four foot In the food he'll sprawl,
Anil closrly show liu wauls nil.
With tils coiiipiiiiluiiR lio rtll light,
And Kill" hl point by trick or might.
Attempt to drive n certain way,
You'll find It much moro work than
He'll glvo hi. tall nn extra twirl,
To iippoiiitu direction whirl,
And with the vllones of IiIk race,
lnit )oii it long anil tedious chnso.
In vain all arRiimoulN nro inndo,
You oalinot drlvo him or porsundo.
If jou would takolo tho south,
He'll upon lux tremouiluoiiH mouth,
And Rive a squeal Hint rend, tlio air,
Cmulng. almost, 11 .alnt to swenrj
If youM oouiol him to ro north,
Loud .norm and irrunts will Issue forth
If you attempt to forcu him euit,
You'll find him a roluctaut hoiint;
If you cay Ingot hlin wet,
You'll llnd, nt leant, It will Im lio.t
To lot I h Imp have hi. own way,
Ami whori'Ho'cr his will to rtmjr.
Now, look around; see If you can
Discern lil eharneter In limn
And proudly iiIiiih at sninoihliiK higher,
Assumes, wltli all Kohrtoly,
Tlio uliuriiiH of Rood society.
Wrap. Iilm.elfup In all HiorIow
That vulture only can bestow.
(IiiIiim kuowledRu ofciieh land and nation,
Midgut's hlmsoir with education.
With otrort. strong and sordid lie IT,
AdorliN ami hcniitlllo. lilniHolf,
Alloc!, a haughty, martial nlr,
K mode.t inlon.or merit rare,
With polished Ioiiriio trleH to coiicciO,
Dercois mill wo can nimosi teci;
Aliout IiIm preoloti. Kolfaro thrown
virtue, uinl grace, not iiin own.
Hut throiiRh thiKilrapory and rog,
You'll Mud him "muchly llko tlio hog."
t.lko nil of Halnn'. .ulitlo mlntou.,
Ho firmly hold. hi. own opinion.,
Cannot ho coaxed, or lead, or driven,
lly innn on earth, or sprlto In heaven.
With hot 1I1 tiro ho seeks to train
Whato'er ho see. upon tho main.
Of things on till, tcrrc.trlal hall
WiiutH not a part, hut want. It nil,
And heedless of hi. rellow man,
He gots tlio whnlo whene'er ho can.
Ixiral, Hiielnt nnd I'or.iinnl.
John Zelirung Is rusticating in Bnlt lake
AlisH Carrie l'nrrett Is visiting In Helena,
Miss Knlo Orlllln, of Fairfield, Iowa, is n
visitor 111 Lincoln.
Mr. nud Mrs. Crane nro visiting rolnttveH
In Blooiuliigtou, III.
Miss Ilertln llurr relumed Wednesday to
Worcester, Mass., to resume her studloH.
Miss Lulu Clover, of Kansas City, Is -visiting
the family of Major Bohanon on M
The Knights of I'j thins order universal will
celebrate Its llltleth anniversary, tcburnry
J. W. Robinson, president of tho Robinson
mercantile couiany, is homo from Paris,
Assistant Agent Fielding of tho F. E. & M.
V. up town oulee, with his w Ifo, is homo
from his Wahoo visit.
After a plenwut holiday visit nt home,
Miss Mnud llurr, returned Tuesday, to re
sumo hor studies nt Jacksonville, IIL
Charley Burr is ngnln ut his studies at
Shattuck college, Fulrubault, Minn.
Harry Oliver Innsing returned to school at
Fnlrnbtiult, Minn., Monday, after enjoying a
two week's holiday vacation ut home.
Miss I-Molla Morrison, after completing a
pleasant visit with Prof, nnd Mrs. Rooso, ri
turned home to Columbus, Neb,, Monday.
With tho rink open again and n toboggan
slldo In operation, It would certainly seem
thnt winter hnd arrived nnd come to stay.
Ed. Brown, of the Nobrnskn City 1 Vrss, a
prominent social figure of our sister city,
was n Lincoln visitor this week, looking on
at legislative doings.
Mrs. Q. M. Lnmberthon accompanied by
her sister, Miss Oundry, are visiting nt Hot
Springs, Ark,, wnero they will remain until
about February first.
All tho latest hair ornaments including a
pretty lino ot sido combs inndo of tortoise
shell, etc., aro to bo had at Miss Johnston's
hair dreaslug bazaar, 1114 O street
Mrs. E. II. Booth, sister of Mrs. R. B.
Graham, returned to Iter home in St, Joseph,
Tuesday, aftor spending a most enjoyable
time here during the holiday season.
Tho Pleasant Hour club glvo their next
party Tuesday evening at Temple Hall, while
tho Juniors will assemble at tho same place
aud for tho same purpose on Friday.
Many friends of the lady will be pleased to
learn that Mrs, Kato Brewster Cheney, of
Bloux City, will Hpeiui several months In
Lincoln visiting her sister, Mrs. Thos. Bowel).
Tho annual meeting of tho state historical
society this week wos largely attended nnd
much Interest manifested nnd many lintiort-
nut measures were discuased lieforo the con
Ladles should caU on Miss Johnston and
have their finger. tips manicured. Special
engagement by .appointment. Telephone
mi. A full line of Mrs. Cobb's manicure
goods nlwnys iu stock.
News wns received hero during tho week
that a baby girl hnd liecn presented Mr. nnd
Mrs. PAHn Saxby, nt Omnha, and friends of
the couple In this city will be pleased to ex
Tho new ofllccrs of Lancaster Lodge No.
80 I. O. O. F, installed Monday evening,
feasted their brethren at Brown's caf6. It
was on elegant spread nnd tho occasion was
equally as enjoyable to the hostess as the
Mr. J. Francis, tho popular general passen
ger agent of tho B. & M., was a Lincoln vis
itor Monday. Mr. Francis is not only a
young man but handsome lis well, and has as
flue a beard with moustache accompaniment,
as any man In tho west,
Adolph Meyor, junior member of tho firm
of Max Meyor and Bro., Omaha, was iu the
city Tuesday, looking after tho businou of
tholr Lincoln branch. Mr. Meyer was well
pleased with tho business of the new store
and speaks of manager Hands as being a
J. H. MoMurtry returned Monday from
Denvor, where he passed the Babluith with
his family, who aro spending the winter in
Colorado's capital. Mr. McMurtry rejwrta
Miss Tote as being in Improved health and
that both mother and daughter are enjoying
the climate of the centennial state.
After many years rwidenco in this city, D.
Baum and family reluctantly leave Lincoln,
to make their home in Omaha. Mrs. Baum
and daughter, Miss Brownie, left Tuesday
and Miss Nellie expects to leave In a day or
so. Both young ladles have been prominent
movers in society and will be missed during
the winter at the parties.
Attend the red wark sale at Ashby & MIUs-paugh's.
LINCOLN'S TOBOGGAN BLIDE.
A New Kntnrprl.n ilu.t Oprued For thn
Kxorrl.n nuit Knjoymrnt ot
For several wes-ks twist Mrssra. Neely, Lni'
xiin nnd HUHingcr, of Chlciigo, Imvo U-eti at
work erecting n tolioggnu slide on the site ( f
tho old biio ball gniuiiil. on inst 11 street,
nnd on Tliurwlay evening the opening iHtur
red. The iitttniilnuco was very Ihio anil tho
enjoyment supiemo. Every tolMiggnn was
prettMcd Into servlcti and moio could Imvo
lievu rentixl hud tlio supply not exhiiuMed
Itself early In tlio evening.
Tho slide is nearly it thousand foot lone and
run. nt nn Incline, of nearly thirty feit.
Every prwnutlou for safely has Ikvii umiI
and every detail for the eoiiveiileiuii mid
oiiUTtniiimvntof Hitroii. has Iron wifectly
arrnngeil, nud nllliough a. yetsuow ha. not
fallen sulllcleut to cover the surface, the
wimo elTeet 1. hail by covering It with water
every night which fi oozes and fiirnUlies n
smixith nud easy riding Mithay. ToUg.
gnu. of the init modern mtterii are furnish
ed by the umunKement at n reasonable renjal
nnd nuiuseiueiit thnt far has run high every
Hereafter Indlex will bo exclusively admitt
ed every afternoon nud at night both imxen
will Imvo use of tho slide. Each of tho mali
ngers will boon hand Iosco that proH-r con
duct I. strictly adhered to and that none but
respectable oroii. will gain nilmlHsiou. It
Is their Intention to enter to the best element
of tint city and In order to keep out the
rough ctnm, h fence hnsiieen erectiil Ui jiio
tect iNitroiis, which has jtiHt been compleUd,
The II stteet liiioof cms go diiect to the
slide and nriangemetitH hnvo Ih-cii completid
whereby they enter tho ground. Just as they
formerly did when taking )uiHNengoiH to the
ball gnmes Extra cars will I o put on when
ever occasion demand. '
This lielug uuluuo nmuwment for Lincoln-
ites, it li to be Imjied that our citizen, and
young folks generally wilt give it n win in
welcome. Every lai go city lias a toboggan
ill hi and to bo up with tho times and our nut
lupoiltau neighbor, wo nIiouIiI turp out aud
mnke tho voiituio uiado by theso ouug gen
ii linen u miccew.
Cheap Restaurant Blanjr.
"So if I were to glvo tho cook your order
as stated by you, and say, 'Ono porterhouse
steak,' tho cook would broil himself to death I
on tho coals iu astonishment. I'd simply say I
'brown stono front,' and your order would tie I
erred to n turn. So, friod bam is reduced I
to 'ono In tho pan,' and boiled eggs to 'two (
In tho water.' Poached eggs, in our vernacu
lar, becomes 'chippies on tho fence,' and it
doslred on toast, 'three on horseback.'
Scrambled eggs signify 'shipwreck,' and milk
toast Is turnisbod by ordering 'graveyard
stow.' Sparcrlbs are 'hoopsklrts,' and sail-1
ago in tho kitchen takes tho name of 'cable '
lino.' And to summarize, soup Is shouted
'bowl up;' hot cakes, 'stack 'em up,' biscuits
aro 'llfo preservers.' Tea is 'Chlncso fluid,'
milk, 'essence of cow,' and water, simply
'float.' 'Summortlmo' is tho call for oatmeal.
Tho delicacy of frog's legs is known by the
namo of 'song and dance men without a
body,' and that evidonco of Boston culture, 1
pork and beans, calls for tbe patriotic syn
onym, 'stars and stripes.' Now, what's your ,
order I 'Pates do foio eras.' Ob, bcavensl
Let mo make tho cook commit suicido."
A Headless Booster.
F. O. Lacy, of Nirvana, Mich., chopped off
tho head of a rooster, intending to bavo a
potplo for dinner, but tho rooster, Instead of
giving up tho ghost, Insisted upon walking
round as though nothing bad happened.
Lacy sprinkled some flour oa the rooster's
nock to stop tho flow of blood, and apparently
tho rooster Is as happy, lively and contcuted
as whon ho had his bead. Ho is fed through
a tube. II U uock is healing over, and bo
does not seem to suffer any pain whatever,
eats heartily, feels frisky and endeavors to
crow. Lacy had him photographed, and has
refused. an offer ot $100 for him. Illinois
I'okltlon Wauled 0, it Lady.
A young lady who writes n plain baud do
slies employment nH copylKt or other nlllco
work, or would accept other suitable work,
on moderate wnges. Address for further
purticul im, M. M,, euro of t'ouiUKli ollleo.
A Coldwnter Man. V, M, Locke I. Happy,
Mr. Loclco stated: I bought ticket No.
40,755 through Mr. Tom Sloan, who is keo
ing Iraoks for Goodbar, Love & Co., Mem
phis, Temi. I weighed tho matter carefully,
thought of it in nil its ditTorcnt bearings nud
relations, Iwfore. I ever lnviwU-d a single
dollar In Tho Louisiana Stato Lottery. Fi
ll illy, I have Invested from time to time, nn
atgregnte of not moro tlmii ten cr twelve
dollars, I struck the lucky number In tho Oc
tober drawing, nnd hnvo the money for tho
prize, one-twentieth of $300,000 being $15,000
Codteafer, Mb. '-nif r, Nov. 1.
If youcontemplnto a trip to any European
Kiiutor intend brl'iglug friends fiom any
such point to America apply for rates and
Information to Geo. A. Forcsmuii, Ag't., 115
So. 10th st.
Vesta R. Ilaldwln, defendant, will tnko no
tice that on the 1st day of December, INW, Or
mm O. Ilaldwln, plalntltr, tiled IiIm petition
In the District Court of Lancaster County,
Nebraska, iiKiilust said defendant, tho object
nnd prayer of which nro to ontaln a decree of
divorce from the said defendant for extreme
cruelty to tho plalntltr and that you aro re
quired to ansu or said petition on or before
the till day of February, ltWJ.
Dated December 21, lk.
ORHON O. BALDWIN.
Plalntltr, by Pound .V llurr, hlsnltornc)s.
In the District Court lu nud for Lancaster
John L. Harwell, plaintiff, v.. Emit Bhultz,
Peter Council v. Knto Connelly, A. C. Pen
nock, Union Tnut Compunv, Omaha, lu
thoHlate of Nebraskn, nud otherM
Tho above named defendants, Emll Hindu
I'et-r Connelly, Kate Connelly, nud A. U. Pen
nock, first namo unknown, will tnko notice
that on the l.MU day or November, A. D. IhNt,
the nbove named plalntltl, John U Knrwrll,
tiled his petition lu tho District Court of I .an
caster county, Nebraska, ugalasisuld defend
ants, tho object aud prayer of which Is to
forecltison curtain inorlnsee executed by tho
defendant Einil Hhultz to the plalntltr, John
L. Karwell, upon the northwest ipiurter of
section numtiered twenty-six (-J)), In town
ship numbered seven (7), north of ramie
niiuitiercd Mvu )5); oast of the 6th 1'.
M., In I Jincantor county, Nebraska, to secure
tho payment of two certain promlsory note.,
dated January 1, 1883. Ono for the Bum offum)
ami the other for the sum of ", the latter
falllns: due January I, 1WW, and the former
January 1, IBM. with annual Interest ntS per
cent per annum on each, and that therein
now due and iiavublo nnd due on said notes
the sum ori3,2U.0 for which sum tho plain
tiff Dravs for n decree, that defendnnta im re
quired to pay the same, or thnt suld premises
niny be sold to satisfy the amount found due.
You and each of you ure required to answer
said petition on or berore mo am uay or De
Dated November 16, 1888.
C. O. HuiiR,
Atl'y for Pl't'n.
Attenthed red mark sale at Ashby & Mills
paugh'. Canon City Coal at the Whltebreast
and Lima Co.
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Itate. reasonable. Everything new and complete. Prompt service nnd tho best menu In
Omnha. Hot and cold water In overy room. Ollleo and dlnliiK hnll on find floor. All mod--ern
Improvements. I.liieolnltc. always rccrlu'uiortlliil welcome. Call and see us while lit
O.iiaha. You can get Into the ears nt depot ni d tako HARNEY BT., CAIILE LIN&
DIRECT TO THE DOOR. Cor. 14th and Harney.
Ira I', llmnv. Clerk. n, HILI.OWAY, Proprietor.
BUY DIY GOODS
' AT Tllb
RED MARK SALE
LEADING MUSIC DEAE RS.
All the Latest and Popular Operas, Sheet Music and Books
in Stock. 1 2th St., opposite Opera House.
LADIES FURNISHING AND ART STORE,
122 South 12th Street.
FINE FANCY GOODS
Stamping, Art Needle Work, Kid Glove? and Materials
or Fancy Work, our specialty.
122 South 1 2th Street.
For MAN !
sv tv ,
100 Engraved Calling Cards
And Copper Plate, for $2.50.
If you have a Plate, we will furnish 100 Cards from
same, at $1.50.
WESSEL PRINTING 'CO.
Courier Office. Telephone 253. New Burr Block.
go., gurr gleck.
g Omaha's Loading Hotel.
Opened Hept. 1, 1888.
Finest Hotel in the West"
Opposite Opera House,
For BEAST !l
L YcV Wr VV
I " " M.
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