Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, August 15, 1891, Image 1
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I t V What n surprising Increase them has Uvii In tlio number of girl's hlejclos within tliu lust inontli Tho kkmI bishop lIllVVII In No" York who soonsl femulo rideis us guilty of 11 grave Impropriety ought to cnim to Lincoln anil seo how iiuxlestlj our girls and jotnig ladles couixrt themselves 011 tliu wheel It might dinngu his opinion Pel hups, just ho foro lie vented Unit d)sieptlc opinion, ho hapensl to see some woman rlilt-r who was not n lady. What othiT reasonable oxplau ntlon Is there of hl attltnd At an) into he should not unit foi the (J. A It encamp ment of 1SJM, IiokIioiiIiI iiiihl to Lincoln at once. Hu may o'o, nhnoit any plcaxant iu niiiR, Rroilpi of Rills orjouiiK Indies tiding whi't'ls ni(Hli.tly ami ni-iiorully, ittid just as likely as not the will havt an t-qtml iuiiiiUt of cavalU'r attendants. Tin t?o)'l hook tells ns to lovo our enemies, hut us eorjHuatloim have no mjiiIh propnhly the injiiiiL'tioii doesn't iueludv them. Hence wo who lmu felt tho t runny of tho l'tillmuii car BjBtem may llnd innocent Katisfaction in tho lnlsfortiiues f that t;i;iititli' monopoly. Tho Hock Maud, U11 Miiwoiiri I'aoillc, the Hanta Ke, the Milwaukeo & Northern nro worrying tho l'ulliimn outfit with law Milts, ami Njveral of them tin eaten to silhstitutu their own sleeping earn. Tho l'ulliimn rules aro iiou clad and caiiiedoiit on tho "public bo (1 1" principle Iwcaunc tho concern has 11 practical mouoisily. C mpetltlonconi)ells tho railroiids to put forth every effort to win public favor, and publL' sentiment xhould eucouiiiKe every light 011 tlio arrogant 111011 oM)ly. . I ireMimo men are something of a mhtery to women, though I do not neo why they bhould 1ms. If women would only take their brothers und couslin us fair reprewntathes of tho sex they would not throw ho much of a halo of romance and sentlnient uliout other men. It in refieshing to llnd 11 woman who sieH up men about right, and I cannot help imotlng tho renmiks of sucli a oiioapropus 11 matter of recurring Interest, nhu sayn: "One of tho hardest things to think of is a suitable present to give a man friend 011 his birthday or at Houio umilveisary when it is tho custom to make present. A real inuniiy-iiiim doesn't wear jewelry, and since hair watch chains 111 o out of fashion, there is nothing to bo made in that Hue. it Rcemsas if a present to a mini must alwuys partake of the useful rather than' tho sentimental. You can em broider suspender for your In other or cous in only ) oil can't either, for those worthies will tell ou betotehaiid Just what they think of them. Hut don't, I beg of jou, make such pieseiits to a mull who after all may marry some other gill. And brothel s ami cousins tell you with biutul fiaukness that they would piefer to buy twenty-live cent susiienders trom a pedler, to wealing jour l)eautlfully embioidered present. Tho men the most of them luito smoking caps and tobacco pouches, and slippers, likewise tha lug mugs and drinking cups Handker chiefs ot white silk with their initials done in bilk tho color of the girl's huiraio not so bud. The hut lining was a boon to us, but no end of tun to them. Canes and umhiellas aio in good taste, if they 111 o useful. A handsome puier cutter or 11 silver soup box aio accept able, hut men dislike a lot of luhbisli to pack and unpack like 11 Miss Nancy I real I) think the ungiutcful fellows aiemoie blessed in giving than in 1 eceiv lag. Like tliu little chap in Helen' Hahles, they don't want to Ihj hoddeiedwit lings' ' Did It ever occur to ) on that whole cities run toceitalii stjles in men's clothing ami that one city vailes lioin othersf A tailor was talking uliout It tho other duy, ami as ho has bad n wide expel fence, probably ho knows wheieul' u alllnns. Now in Now York, liesnsnt-Kl'Jv every mull who makes any pretensions to ilrfvlug well weuis u cut away coat and will nS 1 e teen in a suck or a l'riuce Albert. In Bo,Un and Wellington the long tailed coat in In the ascendant. In llultiiiluie the sack seens i'j be tho rule for general use, but in I'hlludi Iphla jieoplo are too slow and Indifferent to Iiavo uny particu lar pi eference. In llultimox a l'rinee Al bert Is exceedingly ruro on (ho streets, and tho uituu)s will hardly uumler one in ten. Ill l'lttsburg men seem to In as ludllleientas In riiiladelpliia, and this Is generally true of western cities. Some" hat Himllur distinc tions may bo noted in tlio wealing of hats. In ISoston tile putlouihiates, In Now Yoik the high hut and the Derby uio favorites, lu Chicago the Derby predominates, and farther west it bus a hearty ilval in the soft hat. Out in the mountains the slouch lias the pull. V Do mi know how easy it is for the em ployesof a bank toiobitf If you do jou ought to have an lucreaseil resjiect for man's honesty A bankei was explaining jester day how it might lie done, and he knows all the ins mid outs of tlio business, for lie cuino up from tlio toot 1 f tho ladder. "I was tel ler once," he said, uml I could huvo gutted the hank without any trouble. Tho teller, you know, handles tho cash and ho is tho only einplojeo who actually litis charge of tho cash. Well, suppose tho directors come to tho bank to make 1111 examination, They sit around a table and a teller biings the money fiom tho vuult to lo counted, Very often they don't know, in a large bank, whether they have counted 'i0,(X)'J or $.',00, lH), That sounds impiobable, hut just lis ten, Tlio bills uro usuully tied up in pack ages of f loo and tlHMi, The dirictors often do not open these packuges to count tho bills. They accept the figures marked on tho out side mid set them down for addition The money is hunded back to tho teller, who re stores it to the vault and returns with a load of other bills, Hut suppoo they are not other bills. HupjKiso ho brings back the Mine onei. The directors would count up the packages again and set down the amounts marked 011 the outside I ucd to tell my dlrectois when I wasa teller that I could 10b them poor They laughed at the idea anil it nettled me. Mo one day I made flii.iMi (nullity ror ? ino.iwi). to show them how easily It could li done 1 could have Inula shoitage of thousands and Jet made the books balance to a cent The danger ft um steals of thU kind could Ihi mimed to a minimum If adlicctor would accompany the teller each time he went to the vault It would not he necessary for him to handle the cash. All he need do is to keep Ills ejes oiell and see that tliu teller acts square " The well-woin Joko iilsmt (ashlers and Canada might make one think that that in dividual had an open sesame to the funds ot a bunk, but this gentleman thinks the teller has more upiMiituuitles than any one, except when It comes to handling stem Ities "Why," ho wild, "the teller has plenty of chances and he doesn't have to falsify accounts or have a confederate, lid can hold back do posits. He can forgo checks, as tho Inwk keeper never bothers about their genuineness The teller generally lias chaigo of the sigua tliro book and Is tlio only one to pass 011 slg natures. Almost every hank has accounts that aro seldom drawn 011 Tho teller can liook them v.ith Itogus checks, and no one will be tho wiser until tho depositor comes to Hud his balance nearly wiped out." Not only did this bunker runk the teller iiIhivo tho cashier in his opjioi tuulties for robbing 11 bank of cash, but he also put the Individual Ixiok keeper, the discount clerk, the general book-keeper and the had cleik on credits ahead of tho cashier. "The nidi vlduul bookkeeger," ho said, "has another snap, but ho must have 11 confederate 011 the outside Tlio confederate must be a ilcosl tor and work the checks. Tho look-keeper can make a f l,(HHJ balance upH-ar as $1(1,1100, and what is to hinder tho confederate from draining on that llctltlous balancer I know of a case in which it wns done to tlio tune of $'.'(1,(100. You see thet euro sovei al men in a bank who can steal 11 pile and skip lefoie lo lug touud out." The cashier hasn't such it great chance at the cash of 11 bunk after all, it this man may Lo believed. "Ho muy step up to tho ills count clerk and say, "Here, ciedlt William Jones with $10,000 make iislgnuture for tho mj thlciii Jones, paste it in tho signature liook ami then proieeil to null out tho money The name on the checks (oiresKmls to tho slgnatuiein the liook and the toller has no icusou to suspect the at. count. In other schemes the ciifhler needs a confederate One of the biggest loopholes Is in floating drafts all over the country, 10,00() heio and (),000 theie He may Iiavo 100,0on out, but the IxMiks aio the only place that will show It, 11111I he must have tho help of the book-keeper. The president hasn't as many chances to rob 11 bank of cash as people Im agine. Idko the cashier he can gel away with securities dejiosltcd vvitli the bunk, hut his opportunities to get at tliu cash aro not as good us these of Ills clerks. Ho cun get it indirectly, however, by having the cushiei in collusion vvitli, and in some bunks alone It is customary for these two oiticials, soine times for tho 111 esident alone, to make loans without consulting the dliectors. You see what a chance there Is theio." The question naturally presents itself. "Is theie 110 safeguard against dishonest ollicers and employes of a bank" This banker says mere is no unsniuio security, hut that the danger can be reduced to a minimum by hondinj: the mn with 11 suiety company. Ho says thepiesldont uml cashier should be required to make a dally lepoit ami the di rectors should examine the bank as often as once a mouth. Headmlie, costiveliess, and piles are throughly cured by a Judicious use of Ayer's Tills. Tlio Whitebreast Coal and l.ime company is always at tho front supplying tho finest grades of nil kinds of coal Ky uml Kitr surgeon. Dr. W L. Dayton, oculist and aurist, VMi O street, telephone :i7., Lincoln, Nebr Huvo j'ou seen the beautiful line of photo graphs of Aineilcu'sgreutest stane celebrities at TlIK CouillKU olllcef Tho lino embrace all the leudlliL' and iihW nmniliimit nrtM and aio tho work of Falk of Union Square .ow orn, uiKioiiniediy tlio tluest photo grapher in the country. Call in hiiiI see them. Tlio new tinner hull, comer lOtli and N slieets can now bo rented lor balls, partes etc., on application to Henry Velth, Hip; q treei, Think of it Tho Cosnioiiolltaii Magiiine. a giant among the gi eat monthlies, ami Tim CouitlKlt will Isitli be sent to any addiessoue year for three dollars. For turtuer particul urs read huge advertisement 011 page eight. Spiciul sales oil all lines of Dry (Joods next week. II. H NthsLr.v ,v Co Hlcycles ot all kinds and ail makes skill fully icNiiie on short notice. Wrenches, oil cans, tires and other supplies always tor sale at Heorgo it Fishetto, U'i O stjeet Tlio declining powers of old ago may be wonderfully recuperated and sustained by tho dally use of Hood's Saisaparilla. Coal of overv sl.e from the best mine III Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouil, Colora- 1 do uml Wyoming for sale by Oeo A Ituy Uier. Telephone ,'IUO Olllco lllll O street I " - I Never order u photograph or nictura of any kind until you have seen tho work done at tho new Studio Lo Uramle, liM south Twelfth street. SKKINdTHKYKIJ.OWSTONK We left St 1'atil and its thousand ami otiu delegates and visitors on Saturday afternoon July isih, our pai ty .'oiulstlng one liuiiilnil ami forty live, tanging in ages from neaily the (Irotngoof woniaii (a child of ten months) 10 the seventh ago of man, with ulo 11 fair spi Inkling of old maids Kveiy state In the t'nlon was reireselitisl, with (s'lhaps the South In greatest iiuiuIhts Their peculiar dialect stamps them at once ami to nil unac customed eat it Is intensely luteiestiug The beautiful vcstihiilcd ttaiu of tho Northern I'liclllc witli Its eleven coaches Including 11 vo I'lillnmii's ami a dliiiug car steauud out ml I I'i After 11 succession of large factories, grain elevatois, business blocks and icst iIi'Iicch we leave St Paul ami in 11 few mo ments 111 live at ami hiss Uiiough Minneapo lis tlie gieat Flour City or the Noithwest Tlio beautiful lukts of Niiitheru Minnesota are soon left in the distance ami we speed on thtough the felt lie plains ami tolling pi allies towiild the great Yellowstone I'nrk. The couutiy Is 11 beautiful stretch apMaiing like 11 hugu paiioiiima, the coj fin 111 cottages which dot the landscalHi heie uml theie, tho busy little cities striv lug to make their mark in the commercial world, all niss us in qukk suci cssion. Tlio farming country Is uubiok eu until we lent h the Had lilids vvheie glim Nature gives evidence in its cinder like ci ca tions uml molten masses of lock, of tho tires which viiveloNslthe eaith thousands of years ago. The country 1 Isos gradually fiom hll liM-ks to hills and tho illstuiuo msjii pieseiits tho snow capwd ltocky mountains At Livingstone we leave the mainline (miss iug tin ough I'm aills Valley ami alight at Cinnabar, the gateway to the wiik whole we change Irom the convenient I'ulliuuii to the large comfoi table stages In which we make our live dajs Jouniey through the paik After 11 two houis drive we leuch the mam moth Hot Sittings Hotel, 11 huge, commodi ous structtilc. Illuminated with electric lights and allot ding all minlern lonvenlences We are now tl'JOO feet above the level of th sea Facing the hotel and within a few minutes walk uro tho Jupiter Steps or ToiruceMt., 1 islug to a height of '"Ml feet above tho plain. Imagine if you can 11 mountain of lime ami magnesia rising by irregular stew until it reaches an immense height and you have a faint conception of this wonderful work of nature. On its summit uro 110 less than fifty hot spilngs ismilng forth their sulphur, magnesia and other mineral waters which glide in rivulets down tho mountain sides, changing tho marble whiteness into bright golden tints, which sparkle In the suii'lght. Metals and almost any substance placed liesido one of these springs, will in a few hours Iw coated witli tho mm bio white uess of which tho mountain is composed. At tho Spilngs wo w el o divided Into parties of nine, tlio seating caicity of each stage. Ount included Mr ami Mrs. Han is, Mr ltuukle, Miss ijctstm and Miss Mabel Ilairls of Kenton, Ohio, Mr. ami Mrs. Moiuliigstar and Mis. O'Funell of Howling (lieu, Ky , tlio writer Miss II111 ris, a handsome jouug lady of nineteen summers was the life of the junty and her experience with a bear Is an inci dent of tlio tl ip Shu and the U-ur spied each other simultaneously and us she felt no in cliuat'on to being hugged 111 broad daylight she picked up her sklits ami skipped, leaving Hi 11I11 in the distance. It is sui prising to see how tame all the animals in the paik appear to be. Tlio squirrels uudrabbitsaud gopheis will scamiK-r about thoioailsldeaml sit with in a few feet of the stages seeming to think that the piocesslon Is for their IsMielit entire ly We were so near Ut a half doen deer that the driver lould huvo lushed them with his whip No one is allotted to molest ani mals in any way under penally of imprison ment, in (on-eiiieian of which, buffalo, deer, elk, auteloc, cojotes ami others roam tin ough tho forests and munch tlio succulent heibsaml giaks, to their heaits content. Thu first day we journeyed forty-five miles, wending our way through dense forests, over mountainous trails and folding rapid 1 11 li ning streams. Sui pi Iso after curprlso pre sented itself, hot springs bubbling by the wayside and gej'sers shooting their mass of boiling water and vuor from amid tlio trees. About four miles from Hot Spiings wo enter the Cation of thu tioldeii (lute On all sides the locks aio coated witli a beautiful golden moss from which the Canon del lv us Its name. Tlio load which leads tin ongli thi canon is but a mile in length and was built by the government at a cost ot (14,000, It passes mound the Tel nice mountain through tliu natural (lolden Unto for live miles or mom ami we aro through tlio dense foiests of which two thirds ot the park is covered. On ull sides tliu fallen timber is shewn into a lattice work while at times foi miles may bo seen tall, limbless tiees, destitute ot foliage showing tho destiuctive path of the forest tires. Tho Obsidian Clills loom up almost er.n dlcularly to a height of 1000 feet alsivo our path on one side with 11 beautiful expanse 0 lilly covcied waters, the Heaver Ijtkc, on tho other 1 he mountain is composed of obsi dian or volcanic glass ami has the apear ance of hard coal, though somewhat trans parent ami was uxsl by the Indians tor mak ing an ow heads Tliu Noiris llej'ser Hasiu is tlio first group of gejsers and hot spilngs that wo encounter, tho Devils Inkstand be ing the first. The Inkstand is a circle ot about four feet diameter and slopes down- word, the foi mutton In winch It is enclosed is black. Some muy huvo but a taint idea of what 11 geyser is and an explanation muy bo lu or- ier. It is u hot spiing with placid surface and lies dormant until itorlodteiilly it shows signs of the hidden toice within the turth. Gradually it boils liighei uml higher some times fuicing the volume of hot watet und steam to a height of 0 feet Thu names uioileiived piincipally from the shape of tho loriuatlou aiouml the ciatei. I will not weaiy jou witli a minute detail of tills won del till trip as I might wiite volumes uml then glvu but 11 tuint conception, so I will meiely note a few of the sights which to mu werotuost wonderful ami gland. The Emerald Fool is a handsome green tinted spring about 10 x to loot. The water legUterlng about 1&0 degrees at its idge. It is us clear us the air and as fathomless as the oceans depth The Mount (h Is the hugost of this group and foi res Its watci 100 feet high c pi oceed onward passing guju'ts and hot spiings in pioftislou enteilng the (Million CnilOII with its IIIL'i'e.l walls tlkliiirln Hi, 1 heluht of I(K) feet abuvo our trail We foi low (he rapid 1 mining (llbbou ilver until with 11 nihzhtv bound it dimlieu ut,,, il, ledge a distance of so I, ot In Us mad 1 iish to the sea, The Faint I'ots me to my mind the gleatest wonder wo have jet seen The Mummotli Faint I'ots cover an men nf lilt fiO feet ami have the apliealauce of lime boiling, InlhhlllU! and slilnltei imr cniillnniit ly day ami night, siiinuuir ami w Intel, jeai after year Soineaie white, some mn pink ami ot hem blown On Hist, helmlillnu il,, one can 'iieielj exclaim Wondeiful' "Oh Uod, how wondeiful me thj cicatlolis" TlielO Is III) lilai e In Um wn, Id ul,.. ..L...... tic Is almost foi (eil to believe theie Is a Hell ami wliutlimj bcexicctod In the futuie than nnniiiiuesesixiy squaie miles orpaiksur face The highest point ii,his on the thild day out Wo ascended the piccipltnils Devil's stelis. mi Mai v's iniiiiiitiiln mI,.,,., ,, on lis vim lop lay Marj's Lake, llilNI feel above the level ot the sea. At the miner (lejwr llasln me the lamest number nf i..v ihms and springs. Old Fallliful whose eriin- tlons iKXMir eveiy sixty live minutes as iegu llir IIS clock WOlk Hint IiisIm fnne ml, ml... . I.. Ing I.MI feet, lleo Hive, oveiy twenty houis, iiisiseigni ininutes ami Uses ',HKI feet. Fach Hew surprise sei-instoiclipso its pieileeossnr In gialideiir ami uny one of the gejsor basins Is worth, alone, coming thousands or miles to Keu The (liand Canon and Yellowstone Falls is the grandest sight or ull, Itolng as it Is, so entirely ilHtciont fiomHho others. The scelierv herealsiiiu Ih miu'iilili..,,.! ..,,,1 1.. grandeur collides the beauties of Colorado ine wagon load encliclm the nioiiutaliis, follow Ing the com so or the Yellowstone river until we leach the iiiMr fulls wliere we cioss a w(MHlen bridge which smus hard ly ca pa bio of heating the buiileii our sUige contains. A few minutes drive ami wo 1 einh the Oram! Canon Hotel. Alter ui mlng ouisolves with a stair each, to assist us lu making our descent uml ascent of tlio seemingly .oioiiilleu!ar Incline of the mountain on which tho hotel is situated, wo follow 11 mil row trail Just wide enough to al low us to pi oceed single tile Tliu path leads ton natural platform at the veiy side t,( thu Lower Fulls ami before us is stiotcheil as beautiful it scene or rugged nutuioas Is pos slide to behold inivulum, Al....... ... n... L Ph.m- Fulls dash their crjstal waters rrom 11 , heiglit of 1UI) feet. On either sldo tho moun tain 1 iscH to 11 height or NKJ reet. A our I side the mass ot water fulls iltif,w... ..f "'ji (feet losing itself in 11 vuMiry gmvo beueuth. riiriun us mo wans 01 1110 111111(1 UallOII i stretch for miles until It meets tho heavens I in tho distance. Tho silvery spray from the J fulls fin iilsh nourishment for thu beautlful ,veuluro ut Its sides and from our height like a stiver inruaii, me mass or waters How 011 (foiover. Tho Grand Canon Is lieyoml my scoH) 10 picture wiiu words and no artist could lepioduio in oils the coloi lugs of gold and crimson with whldi natiiio has painted this vast expanse of lock Wo managed to teat ouiselves uwaj fiom this entrancing scene and after 11 nights lest we ptocotsluil hoiuuwaid In all wo traveled loo miles by stage ami weiu not the least bit fatigued Low Wkhmki. To overcome the minks of age, ull who huvogriiy lieurds should use Hucklnghum's n, ...... ii... iei.,..i...... ,.. 1 . . v "j'u' "t i iiisni-m, mu iiesi nun cleanest dje made for coloiiug In own or tihick All meals nt Odell's new dining hall 10 diued to twenty cents. No cusllt amino tickets to anyone. The meals are same us lounerly and the pi lie lower than evei Tills makes the boa id at Odell's 1 heap mid the best in thu state for tlio inonej' Dl. C F. L.11I1I, dentist, llll'i O htreet Telephone l.Vf. Olllco houis, Ha 111. tii.'ip III Ladles Iiwn Tenuis blaers ami jackets at reduieil pi ices H. H. Nissi.KV ,V Co. Huy coal iniiusl near your homo. Nuwcus tie Nut is conceded by ull that have used it to bo tho best for kitchen use. 1'ricu (I. Ill de livered Sold only by Oeo, A. itaymer. Tel ephone :'.H). IPS I O street. "The Finest" he cream parlors are now open ami you aru invited to cull liO sti eet Henry Hurphaiu, sells good harness for good money, also poor harness lor good money The NehifiMlfii nii.iit imtpL.tt In w l..u , i...- chastsl liV Kelllli . WitrviIi.Lr ninl r.ii.u,,l fiom 1','ls O street to '-"-'.'i uortli Twellth su eel w nere uiey nave opened up In neat, clean stvle. .VII meat Lrifirfint.M,jl rr..kli ..ti.l a full lino of the U-st grades ulwujs on hand. 1 ikmxh ueiiverisi promptly to ull pints of the . J city. Hoth gentlemen aro old cooks and L 111 IIS. full ai.11 lir.ia .. 1. ..... I I . ... ft. J .. I """" iiii mil ihi km lltlllUlU IIlt'UlH v.(ll Uptltphoiif 7 .V Cure for Clump lu the stouuuli. Alliert F.rwin, Kdltor of tho Leonanl, Tex as, Graphic, suys "For thu cum or crunig in tho stoinuch Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diuriha-u Uemedy is the best uud most sieedy I over uss." Muuv otheis who have tritsi it entertain the same opinion. For sale by ('has C Hosl, Druggist A Mother's (iratltiicle. My son wns in an almost helpless condi tion with llux when I commenced using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarihiea lleinedy It guve him Immediate rellot und I am sine it snvisl his lire 1 take gieut plciisuie lu reconinieiidlng it to all Mrs M L. Johnson, Kveiett, Simpson Co , Miss. 'Si mid ') cent Isittles tor s.ile by Chns C Hivd, Druggist One hundred tlntt engraved culling curdj and pluto only .' to nt Wessel l'rlntlng Co., 13t) N utrect. AftiM a seilesof dark nights at Fiinkes, this Hipulur play house will again open Itsdisir, Thursday ami 1'ililay (Veilings of next week, the bill being Katie Kuinictt lu hei succeos fill pnslnctlon of "'Ihe Waifs of New York " Theie Is the glimpse or Castle Harden which Isexceislluglj iiillstic the reptislltctlon of the olilTilnlty (hllich, the Tombs police com I ami tlio gl eat Haileiii rallioad blldge siene, showing two trains ciosslng lu opsi site directions al tlie same time Willie Itu Tiis iKatle F.mtnett) ami the Junloi wair (ier tle are caught upon the In lilgo with the two trains apptoai hing Willie quickly climbs down lietwts'ii the ties with the little one and hiitigs lij' his hands while the ( hild clings to I1I111 A passing boatman comes to t licit lescuu ami they are saved, It Is one of the most successful mechanical scenes over shown oil the stage Them Is also a gieut III e si 1M10 iiiaiingeil w 1th exti emu cleverness. THKATIlll'AI. TAf.K. Clara Maker, an experienced ami haiiilsouie act I ess N the latest uddltlou to Knslerlek raiildlug's company .lcHs.Vains has cotupletisl thu music ror "The Stl uggle or Lire " It Is said to Is- oligiiiul, meliHliiiiisauil catchy Itobcit llllliaiil has written a one-act play uillisl "'i ho Last I'eiformiiuce " Ills fi lends ti ust that Its name will not provo prophetic of the fate of lis Hist pfsentatlon 'Cilidiillouetto," tho now operetta pur chased hj' Hiidolph Aiouson in Fails, Is founded on the old story of Cinderella, but them is little of thooiigliial tale lu tho work The scenes am laid In Purls, ami thu h.tsoii ages ale of thu modem tj's During the run of "A High Holler," mana gers Comstock mid Itoseiiquest will make HIJ011 Theutie cisil and comfortable by the uoor distill al runs In addition to this they will piovido miIiii leaf runs, nrtlstlcully decorated with satin, for every seat in tho house. Tho ladles will receive Ices from Maillurd'H between the m ts ut overy icr- foriiianco, Oteio, tho Spanish dancer, who created such a sensation at tliu Kden Mukoo lust Win tor is lion engaged In fortune telling in tho Jai din do Paris, Spanish dancers am not such novelties In Kuros', that they can com innnil even model ntely hugu sulaiius, ami Otero finds it mom piolltahletogathor in the small fees of the ciepulous than tfl wiigglo oil the stage Philadelphia's beautiful (Ii ami 0H.-ra house is now even 1110111 attractive than ever The alterations lecelitlj' lliiule, stauiis it thu handsomest theatre in tho citj', while for convenience or intciing, its exits, its luoiid isles, coinfol table seating and 0x1 client veil tilation, makes it the safest and most conve nient theatre in thu I'lilon Manager K Clioliueley Jones may Ui iiccredlted witli having the leading theatlo or the cltv of brothel lj' love and that his management of the houso is populur uud ixiyingcuii best be attested by tliu fact that tlie hous is crowd til almost nightly uud that tlie patrons nl wajs leave well pleased It Is con (luctoJ on 11 lils-ral policy uud oicij atteu lion and impiovemeut that is oireitsl the theatre loving public any wlieie, is given the patiotisol the (lianil Opera Hon" The Pit 1 est uml Ileal Articles known to imsliial science ar iimi in piepuilng HimnI's Sursapui ilia Kvery In grcdlctit is carefully selecUsi, h.mm)UiiIIj' ex limliicd, ami only the lsst letaliusl. The medicine is prepansl under the supervision of thoroughly cotiiHteut pharmacists, ami every step lu thu process or manufacture is carefully watched with 11 view to securing in Hood's Sursapui ilia the U-stpo-slble result A NEW DEPARTURE. Tliu Colorado .Midland isrcsousihlo for the must novel, and at the same time thu most practical department thu j ear's railway ar raiigeiuunts. This now departure conies lu the foi in of a combination ticket, which is good for passage on ull the regulur truliis of the line ttetwecil Colorado Springs and Wood laud Park, and allows the holder to stop at any of the hotels in tlie justly famous 'Uto Puss " The fact is that all the hotels are In tho Pas-, uml tho visitor can, therefore, have 11 lino oppoitunity to see all there is to tie seen In one of the inoit celebrated arts of the picturesque West Tlio arrangement is so simple thut anyone can uiidei stand It at it glance The tourist buys 11 ticket at any of thu oillces or the San ta Fo or Midland roads, tor us many dujs us lie exists to Iw out, paying theretoi a lixwl amount This ticket entitles him to the Wst accomiiKslatlons at the hotels between the IMiints meiitlomsl, ror us long or as short a time as he desires to remain at any one or them He is then entitled to travel t tho next one he wishes to visit, without addition al cost, as his ticket is good on the trains 11 often as he wishes to ride In this way he hus tlielsMiillt of the low est weekly or monthly rate, and can divide his time nmoiig the v.uious reports and pay million even lev, -than If he s-s'iit the whole time at 11 single place Tlieso tickets aie made gissl tin a week, or any number of dajsup to thirty, and cliil dlen aie given ,1 red11c.1l late It nsts a mail much less to travel in this way than it roiiuerlj did, he has uoauxKtj about his ex Ieiisos, for they are all juiil in advance, ami he knows to a dollir what his trip Is going to c st him For families it is a great comtort uud convenli nee, for all bustle and discom fort are done awuy with. Tliu Midland has put 011 threo extia trains, wlili h now make seven trains each way III ough the Pass ovny day A peison call travel through thu Hie Pass almost any hour of the day or night, and the guests o thu various 1 esoi Is can pay each olhei f 1 lend y Visits Without niiv additional i.nu This plan wlllceitalnlv move tl ut mm ulur of uny jel IntriHtmcil, ami them Is no li'irsnn whj it should not lieu gieut suet ess. Full Infoi iiiatioti can honhtnlncd fiom any agent of the Santa Fu sjsteiu 01 Colorado Midland mad, or by communicating with CIiiim S Leo, (I iial Passenger Agent, Col orado Midland Hallway, Deuvei, Colo, BASE UALL NEWS The Western Association, which opuiusl lie season so auspiciously, has lately evinced signs of weakness, and at the present writing it Is uui'citulii whether the young iissoi latlon will be able to successfully weather tliu stol 111 which now tlucntcus It, or be shafteieil 011 the Jutting locks- I e, Omaha, Milwaukeo ami MliiueaHills, If them is 11 illsiiiptloii It will liu owing lo theso clubs The patioiiage has not been up to expectations In any of the eight cities, and Sioux City, Lincoln ami Du lutli have had to Ih bolstered upcoiislileiably, but they were still "lu It " When Omiihu lugaii lo weaken Westell! Association stis'k took a tumble and if has taken 11 struggle to rcstoracoiillilcncc The Minneapolis, without uny warning, disbanded, and on top or this came the frantic elfoi Is of Milwaukee to get into thu American Association. For several da) sit looked exceisllngly doubtful If tint season would lie finished, Imhssl, It Is by no inealis eel lain yet, but an Hiunst client will be made and Ihe probabilities an that thu worst has been piis,sl, With the Hist signs of Internal weakness public Interest In the ssiit Is'guli to decline and ns elpts ill opMl oir coiiessimlliigly, making It veiy illllliiilt to keep things lioatiug. It has boon a hard year, anyway, ami thefutiireof theoigaulji lion is problematical. Kansas City, Milwau kee and Omaha would like to gi t Into 0110 of the big leagues. Hut In any event It Is more than likely that with thu money already Invested lu thu enterprise, there will Ini base ball of some kind for several years to come, It Is 11 significant fact that tho most financial trouble has been in the larger cities. While Kansas City, Minneapolis, Denver ami Omaha have Ih-cii In dlru straits almost con tinuously since tho opening of the season, Lincoln has piusilisl the uveu tenor or Its way practically umllsurlMsl. The giunes with Deliver weio unexivctijdly transferred to this city, ami tho first of tho series was played yesterday. VVIiiit slum lie said of tho Lincoln's trip) It i hardly necessary to enter Into particu lars. Tho club has been gone sorno three weeks unci wo have lost about two games out of overj' thris. Scrofula cannot resist the pin Hying owcr3 or Ayei 's Sai sap irlllu. Sold by ill ugglsts. The Yellowstone Park I, hi)., 'I lie Noithein Pacific Wonderland em braces a list or attractions simply uncqiiulod. The Twin Cities of St Paul and Minneapolis at the head of navigation 011 the Mississippi, Duliith, Ashland ami thu Hiici!ois at thu head of bike Superior, to tliu westward, the I-ako Park Region of Minnesota, tin Roil River Valley whuit fields, Valley ot the Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Hoemail and the (Jallatlu Valley, Helena uml Hutto, Missoula and the Hitter Hoot Vullej, Chirks Folk of tho Columbia, bikes Pend d'Orellle and Own d'Alene, Spokane City uml Fulls, Palouse, Wullii W11II11, Hlg Hemlnnd Yakima agricultural districts, Mt Tucouiu and the Cast tide Mouutuitis, Taco nia, Si'iittle, Piiyalhip' Vhlley, HiHHpialmie Fulls, Paget Sound, tin Columbia River, I'oitlaml and the Willamitte Valley, dray's Harbor and City, WIIIiiini Hurlsir uml City or South Itciul, Vlctoila on Vaiicouvirs Is land, Alaka on the north and California on the south The Noitlieiu Pacilli inns two daily ex press trains with Dining Car ami complete Pullman serviie tietweou St Paul and Tiico-. mu ami Portland, via Hehiia and Huttc witli Tin ough Tourist and Vostlbuhsl Pullman Sleepers fiom and to Chicago via tlie Wiscon sin Central, and Hist class tliiough sleeping cui service In connection vvitli thu Chicago, Milwaukee it St Paul Hy Passiigers fiom thocMst leaving St. Imis fu tho forenoon and Chicago lu the uflernon, will make close connections witli tlio nioin ingti aln out of St. Paul ut IMS) a. m tho following duj leaving Chicago at night, coiiiitctiou wIIIIh) iniido witii 1'ialu No. I, leaving Si Paul I 1ft the next afternoon. Yi:i.i.(nvsTo.M: Pauk Si: vmin. Jim: 1st to 'lCTOHI.ll 1T District Piuseugei Agents of tlie Northern Pacitlc ltailioad will take pleusiue in supply ing inroi niatlon, rates, maps, time tables, etc , or application can Is made to ("has S. Fee.U P A ,St I'aiil, Minn Write to ulsive addi ens foi tlio latest ami best map jet published of Alaska jut oust. V niillillene -i;iiriiieuu I'me I'repiirllnii, Ignites, it vim want nutst .li.,',ii,r fu,,., ,ts.. aratlon, ti this one It is pine as spring watei no lead, sediment ui other 111 jtll ions substances it makes jour skin soft, fresh, and clear removes tan, blotchos, discoloru- uons, aim impaiis a iearly complexion, ir jourfueo is not whut you deslro it, try 'Youtliilene" I L'iifirtnit.M, If ,, i,uu ,.r.. - IS -,. .. w IV" -, il", v, satisfaction. I have sought tor it precau tion that will niuLi, iv,iiil,ic.iw r...l ' ---- ......... .Vlllr,v,,llln ,li-il 111(11 young looking and now I have found it, re tailed at two dollars or three for five I huvo sevureii ine agency tor tills tm.tj aitlde. u 11A111.KV, uruggist, Lincoln, Neb. L idles hair dressing. Miss J .hu.toii. 1111 O stievt. ll. Cliiik, Ii, the I'lilillc. 1 Wish tO SJIV til MIV frli'lliU nml (I,., ,..,1.11.. that 1 mgurd Chamlx-rhiln's Colic, Chuleni uuu uiarrmi'ii Ueiiusty as tlio lust piepam- 11011 111 use ror uolio uml Diiuihiea It is tho tluest sell in,: medicine 1 hcvi i,iiui because it alwajsgivw satisfaction. O. H, CI 11k, Orangeville, 'IVxiis. For sale hy Cutis. C. Hetsl, Druguist.