Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, August 30, 1890, Page 6, Image 6

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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1890
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MOTE THE HEW DIFFERENTIAL PARES
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In Conjunction with the Erlo System
operate. Fast Vosllbuleil Trains be
tween Chicago nml tint Atlantic Henbonnl
You limy trawl In Urn inott i:iitiaiit mid
Complete I'ulliiinn Vesllbtilcd Trains over
constructed and nel M to lliiiralo ami Nl
niinrii Kails, f.UM In New York, ;.: to Al
tinny nml Troy, nml fiUM to HoMon unit Now
KiirIiiiuI Cities.
No rival lino oiler tlm nitviiutiiKc or h sys
tem of tliroiiKli l''lrit nml Hceoud.cla. Day
Conches nmt PULLMAN DINING CAIW
Crtlcniio to Now York.
It U tlioonly linn fimtltitt ll'iilltiiim Cms
to llonton unit New UtiKlnml via Mb my.
Entire Trains nro Hnlitcd by inn, heated by
ritcntn. rullninn DIuliiKCnrs run tlironuh In
elthor direction.
Pullman Clnvlr nml Blccpluii Cnrs to Cnliiiu
lnii,0.,iml Ashlnml, Ky Dully,
No r.xtrn Outrun for Fast Time and Uiimit
piimed Accommodations Afforded by those
Luxurious TruliiM.
lr il7itlfil fiionmiHon, ticket nml river
vntlous In I'nllnmn cum apply to your local
ticket nKontortoauy iiKunt or all coniu'cllim
1 1 nrs or railway, or to Ciiioaiio City Tick kt
Orrici;, 107 Ct.AiiK HT., ami Dearborn Hla
tlon, or mlilrtm,
L. 0. CANNON, F. C. DONALD,
(Jen. AKt., for Hrcolvcr. (Ivn. Pass. AkI
CIIIUAOO.
Santa Fe Route !
Atcliison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
The Popular Route to the Pacific
Coast.
Through Pullman anil Tourist
Sleepers 1
UctwccnKnnr.ar.Cltr nml SAN DIEGO,
LOS ANGELES, nml SAN KUAN
CISCO. Short Line Rates to
PORTLAND, Oregon,
Double Dally Train Service lletween
Kansas Cltv ami PUEI1LO. COLORADO
SPRINGS, nml DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE- CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains lletween Kansas City and
Galveston, The Short Line lletween
Kansas City anil Gainesville, Ft,
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
Snn Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Points
III ACAlin.
The Only Line Running Tluougli the
OKLAHOMA COUNTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texan
: Pan-Handle. For Maps and
'Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
or Address
S.IM. OSGOOD, GenU Ag't
E. L. PALMER. Traveling Agent,
1308 Farnam St.,
OHAHA, 3STBB.
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1 MILWAUKEE!,
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Owns ami oporntcifiOO nillos orthoroiiKlily
eoulpiH'd road In IIIImoIm, WihcoiihIii, Iowa,
Missouri, MlniU'BOta nml Dakota.
It Is tho lloat Direct Itnuto betwbv'ti all tho
Prluclpnl Points In tho Northwest, Southwont
ndForVest.
For maps, tlmo tables, rntcs of piikkiiko nm)
(relght, etc., apply to nearest station agent ol
ClUOAOO, MlI.WAUKICK .t HT. l'AUI. llAIL
way, or to any Haltroad Aeent any wtiora In
the world. ,
R. MILI.EU, A.V. H. OAltPKNTEU.
Qeneral M'i'r. Oon'l Pass. AT'kt Agt.
F.TUOKKir. QKO. II. HKAKKOUD?
Vm'.aon' Mgr. Asiit. O. V. AT. At.
Milwaukee, Wlacoiulu.
MT-Fo; Inrortnntton In reference to '.amis
ud Town, owned by tho Chicago, Milwau
kee A HI. Paul Hallway Compauy.wrto to II,
O. IlAuaAN.Uirul Commli.lonor,Mtllwiuikeo
WUcomln.
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
r llLAAaj .
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
-TO-
AtchUon, Leavenworth, St. Joieph,Kansas
City, St. Louis and all Points South,
East and West.
The dlreqt line to Ft. Scott, Parsons
Wichita, Hutchinson and all pilncipal
points in Kansas.
The only road totlie Great Hot Springs
of Arkansas. Pullman Sleepers and Free
Reclining Chair Cars on all trains.
J. E. R. MILLAR, R. P, R, MILLAR,
City Ticket' Agt. Gcn'l Agjnt
Cor, O and 1 3th Street.
SH2mUiImk
DAMES OF HIGH DEGREE
' THCY LIVC AT OTTAWA AND AflE
I LEADERS IN DOMINION SOCIETY.
Ltd y Stanley 11 f Prmlon, (lie ClinrmliiK
I M'lfn or llm (liiveriiitr tlriiiirnl Women
'.Vliu Atliirn Nodal Olrrli-. hi t'liiiitiln'i
Capital.
Uopyrlnlil by American Press Association.)
llV BTANI.KV or l'lli:ATON
Tho wife of tho govornor Kenornl of Can
ada by right of position U tho "Hint lady
In tho Dominion."
Lndy SUinloy of Preston, wife of tho
present Kovernor uoncrnl. wan Miss Con
stance Vllllern, eldest daughter of (Jeorge,
lourtii van or Clarendon. Shu married
Unrou Frederick Arthur Stanley, who in
lBSOwa raised to iliu peerage, ami In 1883
became Kovernor general of Caumlii.
Lilly Stanley Is tall and dlstlnguo look
ing, with a kind, benevolent face, beautiful,
toft brown wavy hair and blue eyes. Her
expression Is gentle and attractive. About
a year and a half ago her eldest hoii, thu
Hon. Edward Stanley, married thu Luly
Allcu Montague, youngest daughter of thu
latu Duku of Manchester. Luly Stanley
Is tho do voted mother of seven sons and
ouo daughter. All of hcroxcelloncy's fam
ily nro extremely fond of outdoor snorts,
such its skating, tobogganing, hockey on
Ice, etc., aud seuui to thoroughly enjoy thu
Canadian winter. During thu summer
they go down thu St. Ltwrenco for the sake
of tho fishing.
LADY HIDDLKTON.
Of tho governor general aud his wlfu Mr.
W. Ulnckburu Ilnrtu recently wrote in Tho
Cosmopolitan Magazine, of Now Yorkcltyi
"Lorn Stanley or I'rcston Is ouo or the
best representatives of tho type of thu old
aristocracy that Is fast disappear!!!) in
England. IIo Is a wholcsoino Urltlsh aris
tocratIndeed, hu was generally known In
transatlantic society as tho 'llrst Kuutlo
man In Eiigland.' IIo certainly, by his
manners and his Irreproachable domestic
character, merits the distinction. I ml
Stnuloy is a tall, heavily built man, aud In
a crowd would be noticeable for his gener
ous proportions. Ills face is expressive of
generosity and a tolerant good humor,
lie is not by any means a brilliant man,
aud his olllclal speeches aru Inclined to bo
pouderous, but ho has u hearty manner In
his Intercourse with all classes, aud is
wholly devoid of afTectatiou. In fact hu
la a perfect gentleman, in tho largo senso
of tho word, as It Is accepted In America.
"Lady Constance Stanley is a woman
particularly adapted to supplement her
MRS. J. A. ClIAl'LEAU.
husband's Intellectual and moral belnR,
aud Indeed buo possesses many of tho same
qualities of mind which distinguish him.
She Is. -like. him. essentially English in
both appearance aud manner. A glance
Is su llklent to reveal tho fact that site Is n
product of tho Urltlsh civilization mid so
cial system. She is a tall, well propor
tioned woman, of refined and matronly do
meanor, her features nro pleasant and
regular without helms distinctly linuil
some, nml there Is a very womanly, loving
look in her eyes which compensates for thu
nbsenco of any Indication of extraordinary
mentality. Her tournuro is pleasing, with
all tho charms of maturity, and her toilets
always denote infallible judgment and
good taste, both In tho selection of color
mid material and in thu arrangement."
Luly Mlddleton, who with her husband
left Canada for England tho other day,
belongs to a well known French family,
and has tho pretty, gracious manners
belonging to her countrywomen, Shu
Is putlto mid vivacious, with dark, bright
eyes and brilliant brunette coloring,
and her face sparkles with Intel
lect, Geu Sir Fred Mlddleton has seen
bervlcu all thu world over In 18IS ho
fought against the Maoris, and was men
tioned twice in tho dispatches. He served
in India twice, and was thanked by tho
Indian government, a most unusual honor.
IIo served thu second tlmo in 1657, In tho
Indian mutiny, when he win live times
mentioned in tho dispatches mid was reo
ommeuded for the Victoria Cross, but his
being on the personal staff created a tech-
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w&XmlM'- 'if? fir'
ideal dinicutty In 183.1 (Ion. Mlddlrton
suppre.sM.1 tho northwest rebellion In
Canada, for which the Canadian govern
ment thanked litm and voted him f'.'O.OOO.
IIo was also created n knight. Sir Fred
has four medals, the New Zealand, tho
Indian mutiny medal and clasp, thu cross
of the Commnuder of thu Hath and the
northwest relxdllon medal.
One of society's greatest favorites Is Mrs.
Chapleau, wlfo of thu Hon. .1 A. Chnpleau,
secretary of statu for Canada. Shu Is only
an Inch or two over llvo feet, her complex
ion Is fair and her hair chest nut hiowu.
Her eyes aru dark and soft and her eyu
brows beautifully marked. A very fusel
tinting manner Is ouo of her many irlfts,
she Is fond of society aud as thu wlfu of a
cabinet minister entertains a great deal
during thu m-smIou, but though many of
her entertainments aru necessarily olllclal
they aronuver dreary Her fncu Is a soft
oval. Mr. Chapleau was premier for the
province of (juebeu till hu resigned to en
ter the Dominion parliament. Hulsa gifted
orator, speaking both English aud French
fluently, and is noted for his witty repartee.
Mrs. (J. II Topper, thu wlfu of thu min
ister of marine aud llsherles, is a lady well
known in Washington society, as she ac
companied her husband when hu visited
thu Amiiricnti capital recently to assist Kir
Julian l'auucefotu In his conference with
thu United States government relntlvu to
tho fisheries ('ucstiou Tho Hon. 0. II.
Tupper Is thu second sou of Hon. Sir
Onirics Topper, who Is high commissioner
for Canada In the United Kingdom. Mr.
Tupper Is tho youngest and ouuof theclev-
Mits. c II. TUPI'KIt,
crest of thu Canadian ministry. Mrs. Tup
per Is tall, with a lieutitlful figure and lino
carriagu. Shu is rather dark, with a quan
tity of dark hair which she wears drawn to
the top of her prettily shaped head. Her
manner Is pleasant and unaffected. Mrs.
Tupjier was Miss Janet McDonald, daugh
ter of the lion. Chief Justice McDonald, of
Nova Scotia.
Mmo. Liurier Is tho wife of thu Hon.
Wilfrid Uiurler, leader of her majesty's
loyal opposition, to uso thu (jiiiiltit parlia
mentary phrase, aud who was minister of
inland revenuo when his party (thu He
form) was In power.
Mine. Lmrier belongs to tho Lafoutaiuu
family, and speaks French aud English
equally lliiently. Her manner has a touch
of French grace aud dignity, and shu Is a
delightful hostess. During thu session shu
aud her husband live at thu Russell, tho
fashiuuublo hotel of Ottawa, and tho head-
MMK. WILFItll) LAUIIIKIt.
quarters of most of tho senators and nietn
hers and their famVlcs, who aru to I hi
found there year after year. Mine. Liurler
Is rat lief below than.above average height.
Her complexion is dark and turj'oloriiig
rich, which, witli her browsi eyes, forfus, a
pretty contrast to her while hair mil
youthful looking face. With Mrs. AloxS
under Mackenzie's assistance Mine. Ijturicr
gave a series of weekly receptions which
were delightful reunions, ami were varied
by singing, recitations and Mmcrimci
dancing, in which even gravo members of
parliament did not always disdain to in
dulge a little
Mrs. Alexander Mackenzie is a tall, dig
nified, elderly lady, with silvery hair and
quiet, impresslvu manner. Her husband,
tho Hon. Alexander Mackenzie, Is a very
distinguished statesman, who was premier
of Canada when tho Reform party was In
power, but though ho Is still in tho house
ho has resigned the arduous duties of
lender of tho opposition on nccount of ill
health. When Mr. Mackenzie went to
England ho had the houor of visiting her
MI13. AI.KXAKDKU MACKKXZIK,
majesty Queen Victoria at Windsor castle,
and was presented with the freedom of
IrTlne, Perth, Dundee and Inverness.
n?.EN E. GliKOOltY, Mils, U, iM.d H. A.
Culm's Now Cuptuln (Irueriil.
Geu. Palarieja, thu now captain general
of Cuba, Is a malt of the people. Ho began
his military career as a private soldier, but
chanced to pleaso the queen recent and se
cured an heiress for his wife. How the
aristocracy of Havana will receive their
peas int ruler remains to x seen
i&xZitWzgk-
No. ana. I'l.
Covin, wild elit sewpona ta rouy nlol.
Thlw metkus kelp, n Ilnek;
Eh Nwcdil het sledldate labed fo lal
How ghlltest shold shl llle;
Eth mar lint t suvlnl tisolibtiutugswolb
Tlwli lal a sllopart emus,
tilmth nnhira larnty thlw a sore,
Ho bats mill twin a tlirun.
No. !t!tll. Word Half Niiiurii.
1. A color. 2. To tear, a, To lltilsh. -4.
A Isiy's name. 5. A letter.
1. Obscurity 'J. A circle round thu sun
or moon. 3, Entire. I. To H)rfortn. B, A
letter.
No. aai). Thu Pnr.lt) of Three l'liiiiitulnit.
A
A Is a wall; H, C and I), three houses; E,
Fund 0, three fouiitilus or canals. It Is
requited to bring tho water from E to I),
from O to H aud from F to V without any
canal crossing tho other or passing outside
tho wall A.
No. am. Wlmt i it?
Add It to naught, 'tis a hundred In all;
Taku from It one, It is nothing at all.
Taku nothing nway, 'tis a unit, no more,
And nine units less twin we counted before.
No. alia. IJasy IHiiiuhihU.
1. A consonant; a beverage; a numerical
division; consumed; a consonant.
'J. A consonant; n cooking vessel; coin; a
beverage; a letter.
No. a:i:t. A Letter Puizle.
One-seventh of Capu Ann, one-seventh of
Retiring, one-seventh of Halifax, onu-suv-euth
of Jamaica, nuo-soventh of Augusta,
one seventh of Niagara, one-seventh of
Newport combined will form a city of the
United States noted for Its enterprise.
No. am. Numerical Kiilgiuii.
My whole, composed of 1M letters, Is a
wrll known proverb.
My IS, 18, 'J3. 15, 8, -I Is hot.
My 5, Ul, 11. M, 'JO Is stltr.
My 1, 8, 10, II, 17. !!, Is to defeat.
My 7, 10, '-7, 'J5 Is tlm extremities.
My II, 11), 13, it! Is to resound.
My '.II, t), Zi is mi animal.
No. a;i5. Cnlgma.
When tho sun Is brightly shining,
Gilding nature with his gold,
Then I hide myself lit secret,
And my face you ne'er Isihold.
Hut when evening shadows gather
Then I sally forth In pride,
For I'm out in all thu weather,
As with nocturnals I abide.
NolsMly seems to fear me,
Yet no hand Is on me laid;
Though tremblingly they olnt at me,
Not seemingly afraid.
While I claim no God like power,
Aud have sent forth no decree,
Yet thu lost in peril's hour
Will always turn to me.
No. a:i. itliiiiics.
1. What lielongs to yourself and is used
by your friends more than by yourself t
2, Why is a comet more like a dog than
thu dog start
8. What flowers h I ladles resemble
and what (lowers hIi j. . they not resem
ble' I, Wheiv does a bat her capture a largu
blrdf
fi. When a treu Is felled why has it no
right to complain f
0. What animal has death no effect niftm!1
7. Why are washerwomen great travel
ers? 8. Spell brandy with threu letters.
Huliitlnir to tlio lKnl Proft-nsloii.
Did you ever hear of thu answer tho man
madu who was asked by a lady thu differ
eucu bet wtsiit a solicitor and an attorney?
Nol Well hu said: "The sainu difference,
madam, as exists lietween a crocodllu and
an alligator."
Thu foregoing reminds us of tho old co
nundrum: "Why Is necessity like a great
many barristers?" Decauso it knows no
law.
This last in turn brings to mind thu law
yer who Hied a bill, shaved a note, cut an
acquaintance, split a hair, madu an entry,
got up a case, framed an Indictment, im
paneled a jury, put them into a liox, nailed
a witness, hammeied a judge and bored a
whole court, all In one day; well, hu has
since laid down thu law aud turned car
penter. Key to the Puzzler.
No. 219. An Hour Glass:
I N T E It MING L K
P ROM I N E N T
MISSIVE
M I S E R
S I 11
S
ASA
1 S T I F F
PBOPOS E
E X K M P L A R Y
E Q U I L I IJ R I S T
No. 820. A Curtailment: Crown crow.
No. 221. Numerical Enigma: "There's
nothing succeeds llku success."
No. 222. Utter Enigma: Naples.
No. 823. A Prefix Puzzler: l. Dog l'e
2. Dog-llsh 3, Dog-watch 1. Dog-chain
6, Dog-star 0. Dog-collar. 7. Dog-hook
8. Dog-burr). ". Dog-rose 10 Dog-lly
11. Dog-cart".
No. 221. An Endless Chain: 1. Land
scape. 2. Scapegoat 3 Goat -weed. -I
Weed-hook. 5. Hook-ed. 0. Ed-ward. 7.
Wardship. 8. Ship-load. II Ixiad-stone.
10. Stone-pit It. Pit-saw. 18. Saw-grass.
13, Grass-green. H. Green-land
No. 825. Enigmatical Trees- I. Peach.
2. Judas. 3. Fir -I Pine 5 Date. fl.
Weeping-willow. 7. Clt-rou. 8. Wood
bine. 0. llrootn. 10. Hnss-wood 11. Vino.
18. Rose. 13. Satin-wood II. 1 1 -elm. 15.
Arbor vita. HI. Dye-woods. 17. Southern
wood. 18. Cork. 10, Hmoko-tren. 20. El
der. 21. Pop(u)lnr. 82. Way faring tree.
23. Ilircli. 21. Ash. 23. Cof-feo. 80. Palm.
27. Aspen.
No. 22d. Easy Squares:
G N A T W It E N
N A V E R O M K
A V K H E M M A
T E 11 M N K A 11
No. 827,-Hlddlo: A Plum.
Ensign's Bus, Carriage and Baggage Lines
21 C. 11th Ct
Hacks, Coupes, Landaus and Carriages
INSTANTLY I'UHNIHIIKD.
Telephones
CITY OFFICE,
303.
DEPOT OFFICE,
572.
,piJL.?i ' ,,'u'k t" waltlnpnt our ulllcu lit nil hours, day or iiIrIiI, nml cnlls either
W11,'1 or In person are imineilln elynnswercd. Hpcelal nrrmiKoincnts for suburban
trips, also ror sliopplnu. visits to Htnto Prison, Insane As) liim, eto
Jrk ytrA
Stylish Carriages and Buggies,
At all Hours Day or Night.
CST Horses Hoarded and best of care taken of all Slock entrusted to m. J&
PRICES REASONABLE.
BILLMEYER & CO.,t Proprietors.
Call and Soo Ua. Telephone 435
The -bond
ETJIBOTpT3i.isr
MOW OPEN
Table Service Unsurpassed in the City.
Apartments Single or En Suite with or without Board.
Passenger
Cur. lath mill O Streets.
Telepliontt No, -IHg.
L. MEYER,
Notary Public and Real Estate Dealer in City and Farm Property
AOKNT
North German-Lloyd Steamship Co.,
Hamburg-American Packet Co., and Baltic Lines.
Also Railroad Agent for the Different Companies East and West,
Southampton. Havre, Hnmburg.SteUen, London, Paris, Norwav, Plymouth, Urcincr.,
Sweden, and any point in Europe.
Poht Orders aud Foreign Exchange Issued to all prominent points n Europe.
IIiivIiir larKO facilities east with tho blirccst Hanks and Savings Institutions. I am nro.
pared to mako all kinds of I.onns on First Reul Kstnto Mortiti.Kcs, City "or ' Kiinii Pro witv
rrom 1 to fi years, at tho lowest Interest. 1 also deal In School lion is, .State, Coiiitv J ciiv
Warrants, also In Htnto. County ami City Certified Claims, and wll thVaji i ,y "tin kIicss
markol prleo Call mid seo moor Correspond with mv. ' ' ' iukhcs
L. MEYER, ioS North Tenth Street.
Burlington route
TJ MOST COMPLETEDSERVICE
J Ever Introduced in the West !
1 1 dailyj Trains
N CHICAGO
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X "THE BURLDTCrTON EIYER,"
OI.caxcK Lincoln Dally at 2 -to p m. Arriving in Chicago Next Morulnjj
at 8 o'clock, mnkch
TVT'TrlEl KASB'rJSSTT TiMEl
OV AM' LINK IHINNINil IIKTWKKN KAST AM) WKST.
Sumptuous Dining Cars !
Pullman's Finest Palace Cars !
Train Service Unexcelled Anywhere !
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F Full Particulars no to Time, Rates ami Routes, Call at thu City
Tlctet Oll'ice, Cor. O and Tenth Streets.
J. KHANUIH,
(Ii.' l'liMH and Ticket Atjent,
Oiualia.
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Finest in the City
THE NEW-m
Palace Stables
M St, opp. Masonic Temple.
Elevators.
M. ISABEL BOND Prop.
KOK tiii:
A.C..lKMKIt;
Oily Pahs, mid Ticket Auent,
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