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PoPdlAR PAPER' op AVopcRM .jIMES
Voi. Q No- 31
Lincoln, Nkbiuska, Saturday, July 11, 1891.
Pkick Fiv Cicntm
Wo oftfii wonder at the gullibility of peo
plo who jiatronlzo itiiickn lint none of ns
know tint enormous number of gullible mid
1 venture the opinion that not ninny of thu
suckers know how skillfully mid persistently
thoy are angled for. Wo know something of
the doings of qunckslu our midst, hut In the
larger cltleH there uro men who make u bust
ness of bleeding thu credulous people scatter
ed over wldo areas. How do thoy discover
tho suckersi Tlmt very thing has como to
ho a business. There are "address" men in
the east who make a business of buying the
letter of iunck doctors, at loast such letters
ns contain remittances, Thesu missives are
very valuable, costing as high as (75 and
even f 100 a thousand. Hut tho dealer makes
a handsome profit out of them by leasing
them to other quacks. The charge for the
first month's use is in some cases us high as
125 a thousand, Tho next mouth they may
go to another medic at a lower rate, and so
on until they net several hundred dollars'
profit. In Homo cases the "address" man
writes n the margin the amount the writer
was foolish enough to wirt with, so that tho
quack can see at a glance the quality of the
gudgeon he Is fishing for' Sometimes tho
medical man will not see these letters at any
price. After working the sucker until he
refuses to bite any more, ho writes him un
der a different name and bleeds him again,
Experience shown that n man who has bit
ten once is likely to bite again.
Hpeaklng of advertising, tho Murphy Vor
n Uh to. is pursuing a policy that ought to
make timid, spasmodic advertisers pause and
think. Of course vnrulsh is an article that
is not bought by tho general public, because
it is seldom used by any but ilntcrs ami
finishers. It is sold by salesmen directly to
the trade, and one would suppose that ubout
all the advertising necessary would be
through the trade papers. The Murphy
company, however, is spending thousands on
advertisements in magazines and other peri
odicals of general circulation . The president
of the comjiany says this is being done on the
theory that the public should be educated up
to the merits of a first-class article and that
the name Murphy should be associated with
high quality varnish. When a man buying
a carriage is s judge of varnish he will want
tho best, and if bo has been led to believe
that the Murphy varnish Is tho best, the Mur
phy is what he will demand. This Is adver
tising at long range, but it is safe to say that
this concern is not spending thousands of
dollars without taking note of the returns.
A concerted move is beiug made to locate
the lb'Ji encsmpmeut of the uational U. A.
It, in Lincoln, and occasionally one hears the
remark: "Why, Lincoln can't accommodate
them." There are very few cities in the
country that could house the aimy which
gathers at such tunes, but the ell'urt Is never
made. Great camps with thousands of touts
are established at convenient points, and in
these the old veteraus resume for a few days
bomethiug of the urmy life with which the
campaigning of the rebellion made them
familiar. Lincoln has a big slice of all-outdoors
lying about at Its command, mid there
will be no difficulty In finding suitable tent
ing places. In other respects Lincoln cuu
take care of the boys tu blue in good style.
All Nebraska and several neighboring states
aro in sympathy with us and will lend a hum!
to bring the encampment to the city named
for tli" man who did moiu than all others to
suppress tho rebellion. Tlie west is entitled
to the next meet, mid if it comes west Lin
coln stands the tiest show of gettiug it.
What a pleasant thing it is to see brethren
dwelling together in peace. For years
Omaha unci Lincoln huvn been business ri
vals, and the feeling which grew up between
them had something of the nature of hatred,
but a better day has come, Doth have grown
to big, prosperous cities, whose future is us
shred, and they can afford to forget the
jealousies of their baby hood. Tho spirit of
jieace and good-will seems to nave settled
over them and wo now see them working
Imnd in hand for common purposes. Ttio
big guns of Omaha, the men and the papers
that direct public, opinion, have promised to
help us to get the Q . A. H. encampment. On
the ottier hand Omaha wauls tho national
convention of tho republican party next year,
and Lincoln's iullueutlal citizens huvu declar
ed their friendliness through the medium of
uewspuiier Interviews. In a word, every
thing is lovely and the goose huugs high.
Hut why not let this friendly feeling be per
nianentf And ttiere are Minneapolis and tit. Paul
talking of consolidating and incorporating
as one city, I don't know just why unless it
Is to make a big town that will beat out tit.
Louis or some other imugiuary rival at tho
next census. This desire to see a town grow
big is a queer thing from one point of view.
A few, very few, jieople make money by the
growth of o place, but to the average man it
makes very little difference after a city has
passed say tho hundred thousand mark. The
number of men in business Increases proKr
tlouately, and the same Is truo of almost all
other classes. A big city has advantages,
but a smaller one bus its compensations.
The American love of bigness, however,
must have something about which the Amer
ican lovo of bragging can shoot off its mouth.
Bishop Ooxe, a noted Episcopalian divine
down east, lies pulled a hornet's nest down
over his ears. In a recent public uildms he
denounced women who rode bicycles, and ho
sioke of their conduct at highly Improper,
even immoral. "Denounced" describes it
exactly, and newspapers and correspondents
have docked to the defense of the girl who
rides a wheel. Tho good bishop meant well
enough, perhaps, but he made tho mistake a
great many other good people make. They
aro so much In earnest or so badly wnred
mentally in to forget that other p.'opte may
be honest and moral nnd yet not agree with
them by n long shot. In other words such a
man Is either n bigot or an egotist, possibly
both, Bo may mean well and his lift) may
bo blameless, but ho is narrow- minded This
world Is not aching for narrow gunge men.
It doesn't need loaders who sot up a puny,
petty pattt rn of manhood as a standard and
measure nil the world by It. The proposi
tion that the riding of a bicycle make a
woman Immoral or anything akin toll is
ridiculous mid preposterous. It Is an insult
to thu sex and tolls iudivldutls who prac
tice the gentle pastime. We suspect thu
good bishop Is showing his senility and per
Imps he is to be pitied.
What a contrast that sort of twaddle Is to
the ringing plea Huv. DeWItt Talumgu
makes for justice for the fair sex. "By
what principle of justice," ho suys, "is It that
women in many of our cities get only two
thirds us much us men, and In iiiuiy cases
only lialf I Hero is tho gigantic injustice that
for work, equally well, If not better done,
woman receive, far loss compensation than
man. Start with the national government.
Women clerks In Washington get flKX) lor
doing that for which men receive f l,Wu,
The wheel of oppression is rolling over tho
necks of thousands of women who nro in des
pair ubout what they aro to do. Many of
the largest mercantile establishments of our
cities are accessory to these abominations,
and from their largo establishments there aro
scores of souls being pushed off into death,
und their employers know It. Is there n
God Will there be a judgmontf I tell you,
if God rises up to redress woman's wrongs,
many or our large establishments will be
swallowed quicker thun a tiouth American
earthquake ever took down u city. God will
catch these oppressors between tho two mills
stones ot his wruth und grind them to
Kwder. Why Is it that in some of tho cities
u female principal in a school gets only $825
lortiumg work for wiucli u malo principal
gotsl,050f 1 hear from all this laud the
wall of womanhood. Man has nothing to
answer to that wail but llatleries. ila says
she is an angel, tilie is not. title knows stiu
is not. tihu is u humuti being who gets hun
gry when she has no rood, and cold when she
lias no lire. Give her no moiu llatterles;
give her justice!"
Greatness, wliutuit thouf Chuiiucey Do
pe w has been on trial in New York for the
death of men who were killed on a railroad
of which ho is a director. One of the jury
men who was neither deuf, blind nor dumb,
who lived in New York city und reud tho
paiers, liad never heard of Mr. Depew. tiuch
is famel And such Is the material of which
they make Jurymen!
You Take No Kink
in buying Hood's tiarsaparillu, for it is every
where recognized as tho standard building
up medicine und blood purifier. It has won
its way to tho front by its own intrinsic mer
it, and has tho largest sale of any prepara
tion of its kind. Any honest druggist will
confirm this statement. If you decide to
take Hood's tiarsaparillu, do not lie Induced
to buy anything else instead.
Dr. O.K. Ludd, dentist, 1105 O street.
Telephone 153. Olllce hours 1) a. in. to 5 p. in.
Flannel shirts cleaned without shrinking by
tho French dry cleaning process, only 1ft cts.
at Lincoln titeam Dye works, 1105 O street.
Collkctionh hi und out of the city at
tended to, Rents collected, Houses leased und
Estates managed. II. N. Wessel, Notary
Public, room 'JO Latta olock, ltth and N sts.
Uicycles of all kinds und all makes skill
fully repaired on short notice. Wrenches,
oil cans, tires and other supplies always for
sale at George & Fishette, 1442 O street.
Now is tho timo to provide yourself and
family with a reliable remedy for bowel
complaints. It Is almost certain to bo need
ed, und no family can afford to be without
it. It costs but a trifle and may be the
means of saving much suffering, if not life.
There are many different remedies in use,
but Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Kemedy is undoubtedly the best. 'Si
and 50 cent bottles for sale by Chas. C. Hoed,
Call on Henry Harpham, 142 north Elev
enth street, opposite Capital Hotel for tly
nets, summer lap robes and carriage whips.
lie sure and try eastern Wyoming Nut
coal. Best in the market, price 4.40 deliv
ered by Geo. A. lluymer. Telephone if.H).
1134 0 street.
Our work speaks for itself. It needs no
brag or bluster, simply your own opinion
will testify to its merits. The titudio Le
Grande is on the ground tloor. centrally lo
cated and a beautiful place. Call and see us
at 124 south Twelfth street.
yulck und Comfortable Trip.
Two new trains nave been added to the al
ready excellent connections east that th
Great Hock Island Houte has lieen offering
to its patrons.
The Lake tihore & Mich. Southern has put
on a now train, leaving Chicago daily at 10;
110 a. m., and the Fort Wayne (Pennsylvania
Lines), one at 10:45 a. in.
These are daily trains, scheduled oil fast
time, and arrive at New York City next af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, and via the first men
tioned Boston passengers reach their destina
tion but 2 hours later.
The Hock Island Houte tileeper leaves
Omaha dally at -UH) p. m., and arrives at
Chicago at 8:05 a. in., In time to make this
Important through connection.
For rates and tickets apply to
J. L. Db Bkvois, Gen'l Agent Pass. Dept.,
pith & Kama in tils., Omaha.
J no. Hkhahtian, Gen'l Tkt. & Pas. Agt.
E. Kt. John, Gen'l Manager.
NkwYohk City, July 1, IML There
is no season In the year when New
York Is so thickly populated with the'itrlcal
leoplousnt this particular time. Of course
by this it is not to bo Inferred that thu entire
profession Hummers In the grott city, for
such certainly Is not thu enso The great
star after thu winter's lnlor Is over go lerally
ilnds Ills or her way to some pleasant resort
or In a quiet country sHit to piss the sum
mer months and I could name fifty or more
tlmt are now enjoying life luxuriously and
leisurely lu such places giving their where
abouts but for want of time and space today.
Hut there are hundreds of them In New York
and you can always pick them out from
among "other people" when seen on Broad
way, on Twenty -fourth and Twenty-eighth
streets or on Union tiquaro. A change how
ever ill the locality of theatrical headquar
ters Is gradually taking place. Formerly tho
center was about Fourteenth street and "on
the square" meaning of course Union square,
but It Is it notlceablo fact that since 11. ti.
Taylor's removal to Twenty-eighth street and
tho constant rebuilding and Improvement of
uptown theatres, that tho actors nnd actress
es are more to 1m seen on or near tho latter
street and on uper Broadway. Taylor's
Exchange, by tho way Is a veritable boo
hive these days and although tho croaker
said Taylor would loose himself In his no w
place, yot has tho venerable H. ti. been
oven far more successful than ever. The
grout four story brownstone building is com
pletely filled with ofllces of the representa
tive managers und theatrical concerns of the
country. In a stroll through the building yes
terday with that genial old soul, Ed Zimmer
man (who by tho way, Is Taylor's able right
bower) I noticed about fifty ofllces and each
occupant hard ut it gettiug in shape for next
season's tour. In the building bcsldo tho
headquarters of America's most prominent
combinations, is a nowspucr olllce, "Tho
Theatrical World," branch oIHcm of various
lithographic und show printing houses, a tel
egraph olllce, railroad otllcos and supply
ngencios, making tho exchaugo n most con
venient place to transact all busluesn. And
this Is not all that tho Exchuuge Is used for.
It Is here that change is used for. It Is here
that companies are routed for their tours, be
it for u week or a year und this is tlw season
when "dates are being made" throughout
the country. It is also headquarters for
theatre managers us well, while lu the city
nnd this, too, is their time of all times to bo
at the meti opolls. It is similar to the merchant
tlmt goes east to buy goods every season.
Just so the theatre manager goes to market
to get his pick and contract for tint choice of
what the market affords. Among the"gung"
I met our own Ed Church of the Lnnslug
theatre; that popular Omaha caterer Thomas
IJoyd and Charlie Elliott, Crawford ublo
first lieutenant. Ed Church informs mo
that ho bus already booked u lino of attrac
tions such as any city in America may well
feel proud and among his contracts I notice
some great attractions. I dont know why
it is that managers keep it u secret, but us I
have been sworn to "keep mum" I cannot
Just yet tell what good things and how many
of them uro lu store for thu patrons of thu
new Litislng. You seo there is even honesty
among newspaper men. "Bob" Mclleynolds
is not iiere but I am told tlmt he does not
llud it necessary as Klaw und Erluuger,
Hundall and l)lx-on und (J buries Frohmau
represent him and are making some fine
bookings for tho Fuuke. Professional people
here all scent to be delighted with thu fact
that Lincoln Is to have another theatre and I
have heard ought but good words for the
new management. They all agree tlmt Lin
coln Is one of the best show towns in Ameri
ca und that with its present population and
its prospective growth, it will support both
AT THE TIIKATKKH.
Next seasons great operatic successes are
now being mado in New York und fortunate
for Lincolnites I um pleased to say' some of
them aro already booked for Nebraska's cap
ital city. It seems that of late years a num
ber of companies havo mado It ;u point to try
now operas on the metropolitan public for u
summer season and if their approval wus
given, i. o. by large houses, applauses equally
as large, then they would certainly be u go
elsewhere. Fact Is, a Now York success is a
success throughout America und a long run
in Gotham assures for it a prolitablo season
on the road.
DeWolf Hoper oiera company is again
playing u summer engagement at the Broad
way, presenting the new opera "Wang."
Candidly speaking, 1 never was much of uu
admirer or Mr. Hopper. As u comedian I
never thought him a success. His towering
form seems to be against him us u graceful
duueor und his comedy lines have never been
lu the least funny to me, yet I know there
uro thousadds that think Mr. Hopper u great
comedian. As a vocalist he Is more or u suc
cess. Ho hus u clever voice and knows
well how to use it, his catchy songs generally
being very good. Delia Fox Is tho star of
the company and to her very graceful acting
and charming style is due tho company's suc
cess, If such it is. Her every move is cun
ning and her dancing beautiful lu the ex
treme, tiho never does u part without being
recalled und the dudes of New York seem to
go wild over her. Hhe is certainly a big hit.
Delia Fox is but a young girl who has u
greut future In store and 1 hope soon to see
her at the head of u company of her own.
The supporting company Is excellent and the
scenery superb. The action of "Wang" is
lively, much or the music beiug catchy and
At the Casino, Lilllun Kusscl is playing
her lust seusou. tiho opens ut the Garden
theatre early the coming fall. The Arousou's
however have a line card us Mis Husaell's
successor whom it is thought will prove even
u greuter success at this famous 0eratic tem
ple than did the airy fairy Lillian. Thu
piece now on is "Ak11o" und It is taking im
mensely. It is full of rich comedy and the
uus aie all tuneful and harmoniously render
ed. The scenery is iiiagiiitlceut and some of
It quite novel. As usual the orchestra is thu
Uuesl lu New York. Thu beautiful roof gar
den Is open and proves n greater attrac
tion than ever Tho Hungarian baud reti
dors a concert nightly continuing during and
after thu performance. Fully as many go to
enjoy tho garden entertainment alone as do
the opjiu, although thu price of admission
for tho latter Is thu same as for both There
Is uu Intermission of ten minutes between
each act, during which about hair or tho
audience (both ladies and gentlemen) either
stroll out into the foyers or take the elevators
for tho roof. After thu performance thu
audience seeks further enjoyment on the
roof as thu concert continues until midnight.
This Is uu ideal spot. There are, perhaps u
hundred small tallies at which ice creams,
cake and drinks are served and relished
while listening to music ns enchanting as
any ocr heard in concert. Thosu who havo
visited Now York and tho Casino roof gar
den can well describe this beautiful letreat.
It Is ouo of Now York's attractions that no
visitor should miss remember this when lu
tlm metropolis. At the clcsu of tho pnwnt
run of "Apollo" which will bu about thu mid
dle of July, the "Grand Duchess" will re
ceive n grand-1 evivul production, Lillian
Husscl will bo cast for her original rolu and
the piece will run tho balance of thu summer
und until Miss Hussell bids farewell to thu
Casino to accept an engagement at the Gai
Tio McCauoll Oieru conqiuny, thu reor
ganized, is playing u very successful summer
season at Pnhuei's. Thoy have something
new and It takes well. It Is titled "Tar and
Tartar" and Is full or good things; catchy
inujlo and witty dialogue taiug well Inter
spersed throughout the opera. Digby Bell
andjlils talented lady, Lauru Joyce Hell both
do some flue work and the other members of
tho company help to round out it thoroughly
meritorious production. Monday was souven
ir night, the occasion Iwlug the flttleth per
formuueo. "Tar und Tartar" gives every as
surance or a long and prolltublu run.
Other oera's in town that I have not seen
aro "The But" onoof Htruuss' tuuelul com
positions which they say is very good, It be
ing full of thu beautiful Htruuss waltzes. At
thu Grand opera house thu English Opera
company has been holding forth lu a reor
tolrq of grand oera, the bill for this week be
ing "Trovatoio". Gllmore's baud is ut the
Madison tiiiuaio garden tu u series or grand
prouicuade concerts which are very popular.
Every tissue or the body, every nerve, Ikhio
nnd muscle Is made stronger mid more
heulthy by .taking Hood's Harsaparilla.
A Collection at Church,
Tho Hev. Mr. Hoggins Brother Dlggs is
a tuiui of nerve. Thero was a cry ( ,flre in
his cffjirch Sunday, and for a 'second or
two ho cunio near giving way to the pallia
himself, but he collected his wits nnd dis
missed the congregation.
Tho Rov. Mr. Hoggins (envious of Olggs)
Collected hlswltsl yes, he's nl ways grum
bling about tho siiiallness of his collec
tions. Detroit Free Press.
vsM'rvi ii i I 1
11 p. m. Ah, this is comfort at last.
13 p. m. Hut this te different. Chicago
As a fat, good natiired looking tnau was
crossing the City Hall park last evening
be was accosted by n man who began:
"Sir, you don't know how it grinds mo to
lie compelled to ask for charity from a per
fect strauger, but under the circumstances
I mn obliged"
"This Is very unpleasant, sir, very un
pleasant," Interrupted tho other. "You
re tbo saiini man who told mo the same
story two weeks ago,"
"Are you suref"
"Certainly. You told it to mo two weeks
ago and I gnve you a dime. You told It to
me again nlwtit a week ugo nnd I guvo you
a nickel. It is very unpleasant to discover
that I havo been victimized."
"Oh, but you haven't, sir."
"Hut you are asking tue for more money,"
"Yes, but I simply made a mistake. You
are the fat man with tho bald head. I was
looking for the fat man with a cane. It's a
caso of mistaken Identity. If I'd known It
was you I should have had a different
"Ah yes I see. Well, here's a dime,
but don't attempt to deceive the public.
It's very unpleasant to bo deceived very
unpleasant." M. Quad in New York Even.
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' " '
Dave Howe's iigtiregntlou (aggravation you
might call It) of ball players went to Kansas
City Fi May or last week to inoe,t the Cow
Isiys, We went, Wu saw and were con
quered Thorn was an idea piovaleut that
Dave had decided It was time to quit losing
and that we would begin climbing with the
first of the Kansas City series, But It wasn't
fu bo so. Da vii probably hadn't reached that
conclusion yet. Atauy rate the other fob
lows gave the Lincoln club a Severn drub
bing, Thu M'oro w'as S to 'J. Hatunlay was
the Finn th of July and they say tho two
games were witnessed by Immense crowds.
The club was lu excellent trim to will, ltny
mond, the westeiu association prodigal hud
returns! bringing witn hlui Ehret, the fa
mous IfOillsvillo pitcher. Dave Howe was
not there. Pcrlm) tlmts the reason that lu
the two scullles which promptly ensued when
time was called at thu end of thu ninth round
Kansas City was on top and Lincoln lay
sprawling in the dust The now players
didn't help us. The particulars are too har
rowing for further comment. First score;
Kansas City II, Lincoln il; second score: Kan
sas City 10, Lincoln ,'l.
Denver and Lincoln had a sot-to Hutiday
afternoon at Lincoln park and the result
was of such a nature that atter the perform
hiico the spectators, Imitating the example
of the llhittrbus Arab, roldod their tents and
silently stole away.
Hllenlly, though Inwardly swearing, stolu
From the scene or tho awful coulllct;
They'd squandered their money and It didn't
And, can you blame theuif they silently
James titnlTord olllciated lu the box lu a
way that mado the tears coinu to tho eyes of
his former admirers. Finally ho got so diz
zy that Burkett was called upon to relievo
him. The latter did his part well but it was
too late nnd tho Mountaineers scohI up a
victory, yanking It away by a score of 7 to
I. The score indicates that Denver played
lietter ball than Lincoln and what the score
- HrOHTI.NO MITKH.
The Lincoln club is due to play In Omaha
today and tomorrow,
Brenuau of the Denver olub was roasted
unmercifully at Wednesday's name.
A.:'iW&y ,tyelire ki.amoc MmTa!
tractions for Lincoln Park next week,
Tho most that can Ui said In favor or Um
pire titrlep Is that ho is not easily rattled.
It Is said ere long Flanagan will not be
"In it." Then Dave Hoe will probably re
turn to first.
Dave always removes his hat when roast
ing the umpire. Ho kicks but never loses
his respect for the arbiter or tho game.
A fact that Lincoln has the strongest iu
tleld lu tho Western association and probably
as much can bu truthfully said or thu out
Held. Jack Howe can play second Imims as well us
he did short stop nnd he can hit the ball
where his predcteesor, Tourney, couldn't
Haymond ought t) have no dllllculty in
guarding the gap between second und third
und the Indications aro that he will be as
good a man fu the place as Howe.
And Pattou. People liked him. They
couldn't help it. Hut his capability for play
ing bull didii t use to the measure or the
stature or Howe's Idea or what constitutes
Hubert Dobbs or this city, a member or
the Lincoln Giants, and A. tiharroy of Oma
ha have agreed to fight to a finish lu tiouth
Omaha to-night with light gloves, Marquis of
Queetisbury rules to govern.
In the meantime when Micro are change
golore and when people are wondering who
will go next Burkett tends to his knitting
out in tho left Held and continues to put up
an unexceptionable quality of ball.
When Phil Tonmey left for his homo in
Pennsylvania he curried with him the good
wishes or the Lincoln funs. He Is a good
ball player and barring a few or the oeulng
games gave general satisfaction. Another
lamb sacrificed on thenltur of Dave's desiro
Thus rar thu trouble with O'Doy has been
his variability. There really seems to be no
iicuse for such uti exhibition ns ho gave to
tho Kansas City crowd Hatunlay, utter his
splendid work here during the Milwaukee
series. Its about time that Hank got down
to his regulur work, which is pitching great
ball, Its in him, no one doubts that.
Hoat Is in la stay. He posesses tho two
qualifications that a fielder should have. Ho
can stop the Itall and he cuu throw safely.
By tho way, have you noticed that throw of
hlsr He has a throw that is strictly his own.
Then he has lu his psesslou another desira
ble qualification, lie seems to bu able to
bring his but into contact with the Iwill occa
sionally when at the plate,
The Lincoln girls many of them, are the
most appreciative of base twill putrous, If not
the most coiutaut lu attendance, Last year
It was "tho thing" for young gentlemen to
take them to tho game; but this year, alasl
when It Is really worth while going, the
aforesaid young gentlemen seem to have re
lapsed Into a state of luocuous desuetude.
It is too bud, especially when the ladies take
such an Interest In the sport.
It he wants to keep up his Hpularlty, Staf
ford must brace up a little. His play
ing lately has been a good deal llku titrief's
umpiring !!. He hus some excuse how
ever, in that ho has worked harder than any
other member or the team. Ho is enthusias
tic and likes to play ImiII, but the strain of
alternating between center Held and tbo box
Is beginning to tell on him, and if Dave ex
pects to continue to use him lu tin latter
place ho will do well to relievo him from Held
duty. Give him u cliiincc.
O'Day went Into tho box for Thursday's
game, mid wu did whnl wu almost always do
when Hank pitches won, It took bin In
nings this time. (Illllland, as usual, bundled
the boll very satisfactory for the visitors.
Of thu earned runs Lincoln got live, Denver
two, There were Ion eriors. Lincoln gut
four, Denver six. Two three base lilt wero
dUtrlliulisI among Dave Itoo and (illllland.
O'Day struck out three men, so did (Illllland,
Of thu fourteen runs Lincoln pulled lu eight,
und Denver the rest.
Thu release of Daiiihiough to Kansas City
was u surprise to those on the outside, mid
thu source nl a good deal of general regret),
Darubrough has lianlly had a chance, but It
Is evident from thu work he hat done this
season, that ho bus as good stuff III him as
any pitcher lu thu homo team iiiul the Cottiuiiii
predicts a brilliant future for thuyouug man.
There are coplo who would have preferred
to wo Htnlford go, Tho reason HbilTonl
didn't go Is that ho can bat, and butters aro
what Dave Is looking for and what the Liu
eulu club needs Just now, Darubrough was
not n conspicuous success as a wielder of tho
"lied" Ehret pltchisl his Hrst game on tho
grounds Wednesday nfternoon, and while ho
did some really elTectUu work Denver's
pitcher Gllllland, was equally as effective,
and this with tho heavier hitting of tlm
Mountaineers lost us tho game, though it
took eleven Innings to accomplish our defeat.
There went some rank errors on both sides.
Dave Howe muffed three Hu-s lu thu center
Hold, all of which (Stafford would have gath
ered lu easily, titlll, It wnsn't as bad as it,
might havo been Haymond played accept
ably lu Jack Howe's old position, The score
was II to 4. Ehret struck out 10 men: so
Ayers Ague cure Is a warranted sped Ho
for all malarial diseases and biliary derangements.
Heo our beautiful indlvldiml Ice cream ,
moulds Iwforo ordeilug elsewhere. "Tho
Finest" I2:x O street.
Are You Intnresteil;
Tho following frunk statement from J. K.
Hnro of Trenton, Texas, will Im of Interest to
many of our citizens. "My little boy was
very bad off for two months with dlarrlncu.
Wo used various medicines, also called In -two
doctors, but nothing done him any good)'
until Wo used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Dlarrlui-a Remedy, which trava lmmft-
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tno nest medicine inaus aim can conscien
tiously recommend It to all who need a diur
rho'u or colic medicine. For sale by Chun.
C. Hoed, Druggist, -
Henry Harpham, sells good harness for
good money, also ioor harness for good
Tho Whltebrenst Coal und Lime company
Is always at tho front supplying the finest
grades or all kinds or coal
Kye nnil Kr Nurgeoii.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist turd uurist, I20:t
O street, telephone !I75, Lincoln, Nebr.
Never order a photograph or picture of
uuy kind until you hnvo seen the work donu
ut the new titudio Iaj Grande, 124 south
Men Untiling 1,11110 Miles from the Hen, at
Tho famous health resort, Garfield Bench,
on Great Halt !.ake, eighteen miles from
Halt Ijiko City, Is reached via the Union
Pacific, "Tho Overland Houte."aud Is now
This Is the only real sand beach on Greut
Halt Lake, and is one or the finest bathing
and pleasure resorts in thu West.
For complete description or Garfield Boach
and Great Salt Lake, send to E. L. Lomax,
Gen'l Pass., and Ticket Agent, Omaha, ror
copies or "Sights and Scenes In Utah," or
"A Glimpse of Greut Halt lnko," or apply ut
10-1 1 O street. E. B. Hlosson, City Ticket
WiiK.vGiuNTtiAin, "Wo will fight It out
on this Hue if it takes all summer," he proba
bly refered to tho "Burlington," us every
body knows It Is the only "lino" worth fight
ing ror in thl jwirt of the country.
CiuIiiiimii l'Mrk S perl I Trains.
Until further notice, B. X M. trains will
run us follows lietween Lincoln und Custi
HViiih-.iiiij Ieuvo Lincoln 7.,'iO I'-M, and
return from Cushmuii ut 1 1 l'-M.
S'i(nn(iy Ia-uvc Lincoln at 2;I!0 l'-M anil
return from Cuhmau ut 8 l'-M.
Suntlays Leave Lincoln ut 1 0:110 a-m,
2:30 l'-M, :):!10 l'-M and 8:) l'-M; returning
from Cuhmuu at 11 a-m, :i I'-ji, 5 l'-M mid tl
l'-M, and b;l i--m.
Hegular train No. 71 leaving Lincoln
at 1:20 '-m dally except Hunday will also stop
at Cushman, honoring tickets, lound trip
rate or l.i cents win apply to all.
Nut h Cltlseii
ol Lincoln can afford tombs the comfort and
safety offered bliu by the North Western
LlnelF. E. &M. V.HH.) In his travels to
and from Chicago and all eastern oints. It
Is the direct line to tit. Paul, Mintieaiiolls,.
Olympla, Seattle, Tacouitt.and all other Min
nesota, Washington and Montana point.
All ixisseuger for these points go through
without ilejKit transfer. Patronize thu North
Western and avoid omuilHis transfers. It Is
theonly all rail line to that tiauatarium. ol
tho world, the Hot Springs of South Dakiw
ta and tho direct Hue to Hapld City, Dead
wood and Black Hills (Mints. To all the
contemplating a trip the coming misou It of
fers a direct Hue und service, to- all tho re
sorts of Wisconsin, Minnesota und Northern
Michigan. The finest tithing grounds in the
world are leached by this line. For rates
and Information, cull at 111 O street,
W. M. Siui'UAN, Gen'l Ag't,
J. T. Mastiv, City Tk't Ag't.
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