Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, July 27, 1889, Page 2, Image 2
- xrpir Wr' ' jwmmiir 'uHwmnmmyf' m 'epw- " yyy--wy 'yvMI " " CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1889. 1 4t FINE : ART : STUDIO, 1114 O street fixnmlnc sample o( our woik before ordering elsewhere. Cnblnct Photograph induced (roin $4 to $3 per doicn, WAITED! Everybody to examine the plans and standing of the Un ion Central Life Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, before insuring. It has the lowest continuous death rate of any company. Realizes the highest rate of interest on in vested assets which enables it to pay large dividends. Policies incontestiblo and non-forfeitablo after third vcar. The Union Central issues endowment policies at ordi nary life rates; these policies are now maturing and being paid in from one to two years earlier than time estimated by the company. They protect the family and estate during the younger years of life, and the insured in old age at regu lar life rates. Other desirable policies issued. Call on us or write for plans. J. M. KDMISTOX, Stole AiKnt. O. h. MESllWU, Aut. State Autnt, O, T. VUMl'KhLY, City Solicitor, lloom 2J Hurr Mock, LINCOLN, NEB. LADIES d Should call nn see our Good nnd Spring Novelties nnd Ornament (or the hend. All the latest shapes In Bang Switched, etc. 1114 0 St. I can cheerfully recommend Dr 8eth Arnold' Cough mrm 11 . . , : . In urincniirei-cinisrcmcuy for Couch and Cold, lurv liicueodU In my oun family wlthYoryi;rcatatlsfactlon. L. II. Uuili. Dei Molnc. Iowa. Draggliu, Dec., 60o., and 91.00. HOTEL ORLEANS ITUVrtDON SOUTH SHOKB Spirit- 19 ke IBr Will bo under the personal supervision of H, L. LELKND, and will be open for the reoeptton of truest), June first In each year. Visitor will find. THB ORLEHNS la first class In all of ita appointments, belnir well supplied with pas, hot and cold water hatha, electric belia iai all snodsrn im prorsMBftnta, atsam laundry, billiard hall bowliasT alley, etc , and positively free fro uuaoyaac by mosquitoes). Jfaund If rip EXcunlon f tclr,eti will b pUoed on ala at the oosasasmoement or tas) touzui sesvaon or ia urunsjiont Cedar Kaplda Northern JUllway and all eosuawcttncUaea, allow ratea, to the follow lasr point) la Iowa and Xinneeota: Spirit JLaka, Iowa; Albert Lea,Watrvllle, mlnn apoUa, St. Paul, Lake IClnnetonka, White Bear I-ahs and Dmluth, Minnesota ; Clear Lake, Iowa; Lake Superior polnU; Yellow taai Park aad Miata la Colorado, '' Writ for "A Midsummer rat dtsM" to the Oeolsral Ticket and Paw- m toKfeiWtrft Lake, tews, C.J.IVES, J. E. HANNE6AN, tTM.U4 6a1ti. B4a'ITUSls-4rM.iM Pi&ua mmm ON -! ft. THE C0WD0Y IN THE EAST. The Indians lie stashed aihI pnnhrl And slapped aihI low nml lfiii:litored ItaM tot anil nlinut tliu liimlltiK Ul. wtidtqticAtcd Ami rcelid nnil tottered! Ita'd tang unit ninths; At overy raiir of robber Ami innriiider, Ttiohorso thief strung nn tho limb ho tiling, and thin k t law nnd order In orcry fls'it titer luck he struck, And norcr met dhuutcr: In ttlen And drn, 'mid brute And turn, he norcr found A master! No ifiuh or nIaxIi could over ilh scnlmt hi front terrific, No foe could stand till rvd right hand thnt slugged so sclrtitlfla The rsltlonnnke he punched And crunched 1 he oterthruw the blon Ho sought nnd fought An awful lot each beast 'tenth the horUon. Noaoaror Jar could ever mar, no harm could ercr Ret lilin, Dut wAnt of breath nnd speed 4k Verlook nil things that met hliu' Dut to the town (in came for fame, ha moted Into thocltyt I a fell, nh well 1 1 grloTo to loll-1 he pltyl-oli. the pltyl Ilo'd hit nnd split hit hend. And Ret n brtilto At ore iy crowing, licrdlc niAti And the moving tnn hi And the mangled form nu loaning Wtiono'er he crowed the street till feet with wheel And thing were tangled And hi frntiioticcamontiloodyshAtiiu, all maimed And limned nnd tnnnglodt Ito'dfnll nudipmwl right thro It All, lit bone all dislocatod. With moat of til face stuck on the. wrong place, and both of hi feet mlsmntcd And loon It cntiio to vu tho rm tho big RA liouso exploded And he Ah mo! waa lilt, you ice, ho dldnt know It wo loaded. Oh, my I In theakyho ihot a high n war con tractor' bounties, , And hlKcnlUTfd frame wna found, they claim, In nineteen different counties I -a W, Tom In YAiikco lllado. lie Knew. A tonchcr waa tolling her llttlo boy nliout temptation, nnd showing how It sometime emtio In tho most attractive nttlro. 8I10 used n nn Illustration tho pnw of n cat "Now," wild ho, "you liavo all (con tho paw of u cat. It U as soft a velvet, itn't itP " Ycmjih," from tho claw. "And you hnvo accn tho paw of a dog I" "Yonem.'' "Well, although tho cat' paw seems like elvot, thcro is, nevertheless, concealed In It something that hurt. What la Itf" No answer. "Tho dog bites,' said tho teacher, "when ho Is In nnger; but wlmt does tho cat dot" "Scratches," replied tho boy. "Correct," sold tho teacher, nodding her heodapprovlugly, "Mow, what has tho cat got that tho dog hasn't." "Whiskers," said a boy on tho back sontt and tho titter that ran around tho class brought tho Icmoii to nn end. Young Catho lic, A Caution Man. A man who had been hurt by a fall out Fort street, tho other day, had an ambulance summoned, but by tho tlmo it arrived ho had regained much of his nerve, and beforo ho would permit thorn to lift hltu In, ho In quirodt "Wlmt will tho charge hot" "Nothing," he was assured. "What I Is It free'" "It Is." "Well, that's fair enough, but look here, don't fool with inol If you expect to mako mo buy a dollar' worth of church fair tick ota at tho other cud of tho route you'll got badly lef tt" Detroit Free Pro. A Hud Drawing. A Sudden HIms "How much Is canncl coal, Mr, Littleton!" "I think It's eighteen dollars. Just wait a minute" Ho goes over to tho bookkeeper. "lias uiklns paid HI bill yotr "No, sir." "Ah, Mr, Elktns, I find canncl coal has gono up to twenty-four dollars." Harper's lUuar. No Effect ou the Faintly, Eausonlce Poseyboy, what do you think ot young Skeekl Poseyboy Not much. Ilia father was in soap, you know. Enuaoulco Indeed 1 I should nover have thought It, from tho appearance of tho fam ily. Durllugtoiv Freo Press. Took Her by Surprise. "I have sometimes thought" began Mr. Porridge, whereat Miss Rashly garo an ex clamation of amazement, and then remarked apologetically! "It may bo. Of courso I have no knowledgo ot what you may have dono beforo I becamo acquainted with you." ulcbmonu Dispatch. Nothing to Fear. Lady Little boy, tsnt that your mother calling you I Little Boy Yes'm. Why ttont you answer her, thenf "Pop's away." New York Weekly. A Dark Night. You kin harp about yer moonlight As much as er'r yo please, 'Bout It's shimmer an' Its shodders A-ptsyln' 'mongst the trees. But Jos' clve me a pitch dark night, With black clouds hi the sky. What I ye want to know my reason! Well I kin kIvo the why It was jes' ou such an evcnln' I meniberuell the weather, Wo's comln' home from stngln' school A lot of us together An somebody waa next to me. -Life, But you needn't ask me who, And In the dark he held my band, An kep' on boldtn' too. Somethln' 'at made me so happy I cant tercet the night, An' I know he wouldn't her said It Ef the moon M beu shlntn' brlfihk Bo jes' harp about yer moonlight Aa much as ev'r ye please, 'Bout It shimmer an' It shodders A-pUyln' mooRst the true But fee kIto me a pitch dark night, With cloud a-rollla' graad. An' my sweetheart walltin' by my aide, A-lioldlo of my band. -OaetnnMt Enquirer. ALFneD PAn80N3. A rainier Who Is it Ixirer nf III Niitlrt Kngllitli llower. Mr, Alfred 1'urxnu, who Is still pearsiiient' Iy young, awakened to his (lnavtIi'n0fplen ant material In tho comprehomdvo county nf Someret a capital center Of linprnulnn for n (Milliter of tint bucollo. Ho lini tieen to Atnenca, he has oven rcproilueoil with ro mnrknblo discrimination nnd truth somo of tho waysldo objects In tbat country, not. mak ing them look In tho least llko their I'ngllsli eUlvaleutn, If equivalents thuy limy lie iwild to hnvo. Was It there thnt Mr Panxinf lenmed mi "ell how Americans would llko Htigland tonppenrl I nsk this Idle question simply liecaUMi tho England of his iene,and not hfw of his brush (of h s eminent hi list) thoru would I hi much to say), In exactly the England thnt tho American Imagination, re stricted to iuulf, constructs from tho kxjU, tho novelists, from nil tho delightful testi mony it Inherits. It wn scarcely to hnvo been supKsed posullilu tlmt tho native mlnt of vlow would embrnco nnd ohsorve mi mnny of tho things that tho moro or less fnmlihed outsider Is, In vulgar parlance, "after," In other wonls (though I appear to utter a fool ish arailoxi, tho danger might have I icon that Mr. Parsons know his subject too well to foul It to feel It, I mean, I'Amerlcnlu. Ho U as tender of It as If ho worn vnguo nliout It, ind as certain ns if ho wcru blaso. Uut after having wished that lib country should bo Just so, wo proceed to discover that It is In fact not a bit dllferent. Detwcen theso pliaws of our consciousness ho Is an unfailing inesMjngor. Tho render will remem ber how often ho has accompanied with pic tures tho toxt of some amlablo paper describ ing a wtornl region Warwickshire or Sur rey, Dovoiuhlro or tho Thames. Ho will remomtfer his oxqulslto deslgnsfor certain of Wonlsworth's sonuots. A sonnet of Words worth Is n difficult thing to Illustrate, but Mr, Parsons' rto tasto has shown him tho way, Then thoro aro lovely raorxel from his hand nssoctntcd with tho drawings of his friend Mr. Ablwy hond pieces, tall pieces, vignettes, charming combinations of llowcr nnd foliage, decoratlvo clusters of all sorts of pleasant rural ombloms. If ho has an luox haustlblo fooling for tho country In general, his lovo of tho myriad English (lowers U per haps tho fondest fxirt of It, Ho draws thorn with raro (wrfcctlon, and always llttlo, def inite, delicate, tremulous things as thoy nro with a certain noblessness. Tills latter qual ity, indeed, I am prono to (hut In all his work, and I should Insist ou it still moro If I might refer to his tuqiortant paintings. 80 com posite aro tho parts of which any distinguished talent is made up that wo hnvo to feci our way as wocnumcrato them; ami yot that very ambiguity Is a challeugo to nnalysls and to characterization. This uoblouess on Mr. Par sons' iart Is tho elomont of stylo something largo and manly, expressive of tho total char actor of his facts. Ills landscuo Is tho land scapo of the imilo vision; ami yot his touch Is full of sentiment, of curiosity and oudear mont. These things, nnd others beside, mako him tho most living of the now wutkers In his lino. Harper's Magazine A Simko Swallows IllaukeU Snakes have been known to swnllow live dogs and rabbits, says Tho Cloveland Plntn Dealer, but tho narrator of snake stories has nover yet had tho hardihood to uublushingly mako tho nstcrtion thnt snakes can feed nnd thrive ou blankets. Uut future snnku his torians may lucludo that story among the snake's accomplishments, for w Ithout stretch ing the facts a particle tho twcnty-flvo foot snnko now liolug lotted nnd caressed by Mrs. William Doris in tho dime museum got uwny for a light lunch with a doublo woolen blanket. Tho snnku tiad not tasted food for some tlmo, nnd Mrs. Doris left him crawling about ou the t-oft, white blanket, and wlion she returned tho blanket was gono, but his snakeship's tlguro was not qulto as prdtty as it used to be. Ho was nil bunions, knots and bolls, ami bad evidently grown much stouter, when the truth dawned upon Mrs. Doris that tho reptile bad swallowed ber ?o blanket. Medical aid was summonod,aud ho wus given a keg of beer with which to wash the blanket down, and at last accounts ho was as chipper and frisky as a 3-year-old. Tho doctors claim thnt It will bo Just a easy for tho snako to digest the blanket as the live chickens nnd rabbits, feathers, fur, hopes and nil, on which ho lives. A new blanket was furnished him, but this tlmo It was unllcd down to tho tloor of tho cago. Tho blanket has been working Its way down tho snake's body, and lato last night it was In a fair way of gettlug near hit tall. It Is proposed to cousult n surgeon with n vlow of cutting a holo near tho snake's toll and pulling tho blanket out rather than wait for tho uatural process of digestion. A New Start In Sucnr. The sugar industry of this country hoi taken on entirely now start, owing to the employment of now methods In manufactur ing. The methods now In use greatly lescn tho cost of production, and an ordinary crop can bo worked up and sold for flro cents er pound, leaving a handsomo profit for tho pro ducer, Tho now process of manufacture 1 attracting tho attention of agriculturists in tho uorthcra nnd central states, ns well as thoso of tho southern ortlon of tbo country, By tho new method of ovaporatlng tho cane raised In tho northern states can bo modo a profltablo crop, although It contains less sac charine matter than that raised in tho south. Southern sugar cano, under tho present pro cess, will yield about 200 pounds of sugar to tho ton, while tho northern yields about ISO pounds to tho ton. Tbroo sugar manufacto ries aro now being erected In Kansas, with ovory prospect of success for their projectors, and tho Industry will doubtless oxtoud to other state as soon as tho success ot those factorial Is demonstrated. Intorviow in Qlobo-Dcmocrat. Ills Ilald Head Won Illni a Wife. In the book of Mrs. Lnulll Willis, tho Sa moan woman, whoso husband, a contractor, loft Alameda several days ago nnd has since boon missing, occurs tho following quaint story of how sho fell In lovo with her hus band) "Tho first thing I saw when wo wont along sldo tbo ship was a white man with a bald bead. That looked very funny to mo, as 1 had uovcr socn a bald bcadod man before. Uo was real fat and nlco looking, but ho did not bavo any balr ou his head; and 1 got my brother, who could talk English, to ask him, just as soon m ho got aboard, where was all tho hnlr that belonged ou his head. And the white mun told him that ho tlvod In Califor nia, and thoy did not have any cold weather there, but had what thoy called 'a glorious climate,' end tho 'climate' bad taken all the hair off his head. Wo got very well acquaint ed, and 1 liked htm, tiecAUso v. hen another white man kept talking to mo this one with the bald bead quarolod with him and knocked hhn down so ho should not bother me," Oakland tCoi.) Tribune, Aquoer but true story comes from Ne sbanuock, east of Sharon, Pa,, where lived an old lady &), who woutod to go to Iowa, but was ufruld to becausn she had never traveled by railroad- She remarked to a friend at the station that It would lie ber first nnd perhaps lost rldo on the cars. Several days ago frleuds In Iowa received word that she bad actually died on the train. The noise sod excitemeut had been too much for her DURDETTE'S PHILOSOPHY. tiib wonKixns or thk wrxNT mind, Thtitnn JolTcrson, when nlwut 4 years old, was playing with his blocks one dny, when tllo sound of nn Infant sister enmo drifting In from the distant nursery, "It seems to iiu1," rcmnrked tho Infant statesman, wiuslng In his childish labor, "or, rather, It strikes me, that Anna Marin has taken her base on Imwk" "Hut," lnterioses tho hypercritical reader, "Thomas Jefferson had no sister Anna Mnrla, and baseball nnd Its slang woro unknown In his tlmo." Yes, nil thnt I know; but I ngivc with Mr. Howolls thnt In n novel dealing with modern Hfo "n plot of close texture I not only unuectssnry, hut Is nn anachronism. "Hut, you say, "tho In fancy of Thomas Jclfcrsou is not n finture of modern Hfo." No, goosey, but baseball Is. Clo; get thee to a kindergarten, and learn the sliiplo en nous of criticism. THIS Kt.ND IIAR BOMB TUIJTH IN IT, "What limo you there'" demanded tho ed itor, with smoldering fire In his 0)0, "nn nr tlcln on tho Into wnrT "No, indeed," replied the. distinguished contributor, for it wn ho, "It Is nn article on the noxt wnr." "I will gladly oeoept It," replied tho odltw, "bo cauv) that Is something w lilch you probablv know something nliout, nnd tho people, will bo glad to get hold of bottom fncts which cannot lie denied or disproved by all the rest of tho partlcljiants. Hero is a check for '00 a 1 vigo; count tho pages, add up the check, and get tho cash on It yourself. Nnr, do not thank ma" Adding in n strained, hoarso voice, as the distinguished contributor goes down the wlndlugstnlr, "You will not, when you go to cash tho check." THAT KEEPS IIIM QUIET. A correspondent wants somo hints on how to train a dog. Well, aboutns good a way as any is to train him as you do a morning glory vine with n tight cord to a high hook. Ho will never bark If you train him this way. 0, yes, and Ihi suro you bury him deep enough 10 that drought will not nftcct him. Then ho enn't help being it good dog. Dog gono good. MOUTH AND THE MAN t SI.N& I lord the man who knows It all From onxt to west, from north to houUi; Who knows all things, both great and small. And tells It with his tireless mouth) Who holds a listening world In awe, Tho lillo ho works his iron jaw Otttlmes In evening's holy calm When tw lUght softens sight and sound, And zephyr breathes a eaceful psalm, Tills fellow brings lit mouth around. With Its long. gaMop that can tiro The eight day clock's Impatient Ira Ills good strong mouth I Ho wields It well I Ho works It Jiutt for all It's worth; Not Samson's jawbone famed could tell Suoh mighty deeds njion tbo earth. IIo pulls tho throttle oien wide. And works her hard on cither side. Up hill and dou 11, through swamp and sand, It never stoM, It never balks; .Through nlr nnd sky, o'er sea mid land, IIo talks, and talks, and talks, and talks, And talks, and talks, nnd talks, and talks, And talks, and talks, and talks, and talks, Qood Lord, from evils fierce and dire, Bare us each day from fear and woe; From wreck and llood, from storm and (Ire, From sudden death, from secret foe; From blighting ralu and burning drouth And from tho man w ho plays hu mouth. Brooklyn Eagle. BCOOESTI0N8 UY A LUNATIC. A forlorn hnbecllo, who hnd been expelled from the asylum for frivolity, enmo In to suggest that on Arbor dny tho planting of trees be observed with oino regard to what tho xxr creature called, with n hoan-o chest nut chuckle, tho external fltnevi of things. For Instance, he bald, wo should plant beforo thohalooim thohlu o'rye, nt the kitchen door, young n idies. In tho zoological garden, tho fur; at the homo of tho married man, tho yoko: In the kchool yards, the yeH'em, and in At this, iolnt, however, a bolt of veil geuueons lnrgonsnboot fell upon the offender llko n ical of banana from a cloudlevi sky and carried blm nwny as with a thud. Not tho dull, sickeuiug kind, hut one of tho long drawn, such us usually heard in tho dead of ulght, when wearied peoplo yawn nud tho patient evening caller waits to bear tho over welcome breakfast Ml. UIOIIT IN THE SWIM. "Do you call on tho Trlppleplntes, Mrs. Jommonerf" "No, thnt Is, I hnvo nover called. I hear my husband say that ho calls thcro qulto frequently, two or three times a week." "Why. I don't"- "You see, he's out of employment Just now, nud Is collecting hard bills for Grub oiGrozer." "Ohl" "Yes, oh." A Uimculty About Witnesses. "Mr. Smith," said tho electric light man ager to his foreman, "wo wnut somo men to testify to the absolute barmle&moss of tho electrlo light current as used by us. You might send Rolierts" Foreman He was killed wbllo fixing a w Iro loot night, sir. "Well. ackson will do, then." "IIo accidentally grounded a wrong wire last week, and Is scarcely expected to live, sir." "Such nwkwardness. Send Williams." "Sorry, sir, but ho was paralyzed whllo fixing an electrlo lamp on Ihursday." "Really I It's most annoying. Employ somo new men nt ouco, and scud them to tes tify to tho commtttco before thoy bavo tlmo to get themselves killed." Now York Herald. A llUngreciiblo Featare. Friend (to theatrical acquaintance) No doubt thcru nro a great many disagreeable things connected with tho theatrical profes sion I Actor Yes, Indeed. Friend What do you find to be most dis agreeable I Actor Tho way in which tho railroad ties aro made. They are cither too far apart or too uoar together for comfortable pedestrian ism. Yankco Blade. Itrlef. Koopoun By tho way, Douds, what caused tho decline in your bank shares today divi dend off! Bonds (lacoulcallyi No, cashier. Life, A Natural Question. "The captain was as cool as a cucumber when tho vojisol struck the Iceberg." "How was tho iceberg" Harper's Bazar. Au Kasy FIU "Now, Daffy, do It seem to fltf" "Yes, urn-, It seem to fit splendid; I kin Jes wabble ray foot all "round In It. Harper's Bazar, ifi-- For Late Styles and Immense Satisfaction, GO TO THE Lincoln Shoe Store They make n Specialty of Ludlow's Celebrated Fine Shoes For Ladies. They combine Service, Solid Comfort and Economy. 122S O STREET. New Spring and -ARE NOW IN AT John McWhinnie's The Old Reliable Tailor. First Class Workmanship, Fine Trimming, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 305 S. ELE'vEjasT'TiEa: Street1. Established Dec. W, 1SS6. The German National Bank, LINCOLN, NEB. Capital Paid up, $100,000.00 Surplus . . . 13,000.00 Trnnsnctsn jrcnernl bitnltliii? buslnegs, Imues letters of credit, draw drafts ou nil. parts ot tho world. Foreign collections a specialty. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. . HERMAN H.HC1IA1IKUO, President. C C. MUN80N, Vlco President. JOSEPH 1IOEHMER, Cashier. O. J. WILCCX, Asslstnnt Cashier. C. E. MONTOOM ERY. ALEX If ALTER F.A. HOEHMEK. 11. J. UROTHEP.TON WALTER J. HARRIS. T. A. HUDELSON E. HIIyIv,l LATE OF BROOKLYN. N. Y Tailor and Draper GENTLEMEN I shall display for your inspection n new nnd very carefully selected Stock, comprising many of the latest and newest designs of the European Manufacturers, nnd I am now prepared to take nil orders for making up garments for gents In the latest styles. LADIES TAILORING: Having for seventeen cars met with great success In Brooklyn, N. Y., In cutting nnd making Ladles Jackets nnd Riding Habits, shall be pleased to receive patronage Iroin the ladles during the coming season, I am also prepared to receive orders for all kinds of Uniforms and Smoking Jackets, 120 O Street. Most Popular Resort in the City. ODELL'S DINING HALL, MONTGOMERY ULOCK, 1 1 19, ri2i and 1123 N Street. Meals 25 cts S4.00 per week. ' 'mm""mmii ' ' IM' ' ' ' "" " " -"y'" VV 100 Engraved And Copper If you have a Plate, We same, WESSEL Courier Office. Telephone 253, LINCOLN, NEB. Summer Goods LINCOLN, NEB. Calling Cards Plate, foi$2.50. will furnish 100 Cards from at $1.50. PRINTING CO. Now Burr Block. O'