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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1894)
NEW LANSING THE A T R E
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"I ' T
AVE Me r, wgif man trow the
Second Nebnwa dIatrtot,nde a
leiih the tariff la the houee
of repreaentatlvea Jaauary 37. Heetid
great MHiy thlage, a habit ooacreaa-
hare, of which the foUowing are
t t t
OaJy one year ago Prealdeat Harriaoa
ooagratulated hie oouatryaM upon a
degree ot prosperity aad a Hffwaion of
theooaetorto ot We which hadMTr
before bee eajoyed by our people. Aa
the yeW oloae'd a dewoaratie year, erea
a oonaerraUre oowieroial ageaey.whioh
vwaUy aVoida otroog . laagvage, waa
ooepe)led to doskro that it waa' the
tort fUaaatroua year ia thohietoryot
the oowatry the wont ever oiperieaeed.
,The faiWrea 'were 89 per seat atort.
aaeroaa thaa la the preeadiag year.
Tha UabUitiea were' 400 per oeat greater.
Seveaty-SVe railroad ayateaM are ia the
haadaof reoeivera, repreaeating acapi
tallsatioa ot nearly OTO,MO,000.
t t t
Baak etearaaoaa have fallen off par
eeat. Prlcea ot all kinua continually
rfall,aadthe production ot atapMartlf
oka ot varkma kiada baa decreased front
96 to 60 per eeat. At leant two wiUkMi
working people are out of employment,
with the reaalt that all the tradeemea
depending upon the expenditure ot the
wagea these people earn are deprived ot
profit, The treasury of the 'United
Btateafw the iret Materia thirty yean
ia abort of money, and, unleaa extra6rdi
nary measures are resorted to, will be
unable to meet ita obligations. Preei
dent Harriaoa noted the high-water
mark ot national prosperity at the dose
ot the ysarllM. Oaly twelve moatas
iatsr, uader the administration ot Frsai'
dent Cieveland. the tids is at the ebb,
aaAJfaahaageaoea not aoaa hap
tor.the better' there will not be water
enough to indieate even the ebb.
".: t t t . ;
It the repubnean party during over
thirty years ot soatrolia this country
tealdlwvoasUevsd by Ha1 lagislatioa
aad Ita winagiwiatrf aiataa tha won
derful Mwesaa that has foikxred ita
1 every sffort, why should the people seek
aohaagefromsueh method of eoatrolT
A swrs thing beats aa uneertainty every
Justtnlakot the history ot the
party .durlag ths grand
lsa jTsW'aw Jnff"Jm Hemmnmmj mjpmBai ewmmj
' ot .ttwV.paHy kito power.
ssMasssmotaaf Asasnaaa maaafaii
(Under the management of MR. STINSON)
will appear at ttie
NEW LANSING TEATREV ,
on Wedneaciay Feb. 28, . ' t
. -W: W
. .,, '1
turns lnereased from I6D.98 in 1800 to
91XM in 1800. The mileage ot ateam
railroads increased 405.7 per cent. The
value ot live stock on American farms
Increased 198.4 per cent; of farm Imple
ments aad machinery, 124.47 per cent; ot
land, fences and buildings, 07.07 per
t t t
In that period our annual exporta of
farm products grew from 135000,072 to
0,786,917, aad our exporta ot domestic
manufactures from 845,068 to $161,131,
987.' Wages have grown higher in every
calling, both ia amount aad purchasing
power, Ths popular standard of living,
ot comfort, ot intelligence, has gradually
aad generally risen. It the country can
make sash wonderful progress under
repuWioaa legislation and republican
eoatrol, aad ia so short a time, why
should the people sesk a change, espe
rially whea that change threatens to
overturn all ths progress thus made and
reverse us to a situation ot affairs in this
country thirty years ago?
A MaMtejfer Hlomf
Is what Hood's SarsHparllls vigorously
flghts, aad Hi (Uwaya victorious in ex
pelling alUhe'foul taints and giving the
vital Muld Uifl quality &ad quantity of
perfect hoajth. It cures scrofula, salt
rheuwr'Wlle and all other troublea
caused i!y tapure blood.
' OHLINQTON ROUTE
On the 't oliuwlag dates January 10,
February i. March 30 and April 24,
tfte B. k M. will toll round trip tickets
at one fare to points In" southern Mis
souri, Arkansas, Tennessee. For full
Information regarding routes, stop
overs, limits, etc., cult at B. ft. M. depot
or city office, corner O and Tenth streets.
G. W. BOHKKIX,
O. P. A T. A.
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All ladies prefer the Lee broom.
Via ths Missouri FasUlc-On the
second Tuesday ia Deoember 1888
Jaauary, Fsbaary, Marsh, April aad
May 1884 ths Missouri Pacific route
will sell round trip tickets to all stations
ia Texas with anal limit to return in 30
days from data ot sals, Biop over are
allowed ia Arkansas, Taxes and Okla
homa, Nsw Mexico aad Iadian Terri
tory. Come aad take a trip to the
south. Phil Danism, O, P. k T. A.
' 1901 O street.
All ladies prefer ths Lee broom.
, To ths land at red apples via ths
Missouri Pastae rout February U at
as tars tar ths rouad trip, feed thirty
days. OeiloaPVDaaWs, a P. k T.
., jm O staeet, Lineoln, Wsb.
i'i, : 'r$
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HE next season will assuredly be
that of the "tailor-made." Tho
"tailor-made'' girl la a person for
whom every ono has a great" respect.
There are many reasons for this respect.
First, wo are taught to believe that she
coats a great deal. In this n general
mistake is made, for the tailor-made girl
has about half as many gowna as her
slaters. The matter of expense is, there
fore, about the not in the end. Still,
the majority of folks, not knowing the
exact cost of these perfect and workman
like garments, or the length of time they
Isst, look upon her as ad expensive kind
ot creature. We regard her tweed gown,
gaftered feet 'and hat with awe, and put
her down aa a very expensive luxury
about as fsr out of the range of averagn
man as terrapin and hand-painted poi1
celaln teacups. tf
Secondly, she is respected because ,jJvj
is always ready for any sort of edition
on a moment's notice. She is nut and
taut and trim, and all ready without any
fuas. The other girl turns tho, house
upside down when her brother or his
friend asks her suddenly to accompany
him on' a long country walk or any
kind of an'expedltton. She is never pro-
pared for any ot those impromptu strolls.
Sho Is generally drifting about the houae
in a tea gown when she is summoned,
and they allow her just ten minutes to
get ready. Of courte, she can't get
ready in ten minutes no weman ever
did, should or will unices she happens
to be ready, which la the case with the
tailor-made girl. The other girl puts on
a muslin gown, with ribbons Hying, and
a hat with a good deal of a sail to it,
and what with her trailing draperies
and constantly Hopping hat her walk ia
not exactly a success.
Now the tailor-made girl ia ready for
any emergency, from an Arctic expedi
tion to a yachting trip on the sound.
She doesn't care about your picture hats
'and tying ribbons and trailing draperies.
A trim suit, with a neat mannish shirt
and tie, boots that have been well made
for her active feet, and dog-akin gloves
that don't pinch her hands, a hat that is
firmly pinned on and will keep on even
in n hurricane and there she is, com
plete and ready for anything and any
body, You could not hnre a prettter
companion or n pleaaaater one.
Bmm Current Fripperis.
Pretty feet have bow some chance of
being seen and appreciated. Neat boots
nre no longer hidden away uader more
or less muddy or dusty skirts, and t is
I nq longer a work supererogation to
i 1 1 I
The Sublime N&&l
REPLETE WITH REALISTIC
' A Vivid
Story of Life
. ir the
study ono chausauro''aB carefully for the
street aa one does for the ball or dinner.
Small diamonds nro never, used to
more auvantage man in ir.o uatniy
flower wreathed brooches that uro in
For a "notion useful to u traveller
commend us to tho damp detector. It
ia made of silver and looks much like a
compass. At the back there are small
holes in the silver, through which a
damp atmosphere passes and moves tho
noedlo until it points to the word damp,
The detector is placed in the bod, and Is
a certain tell-tale it sheets are unah-ed.
The Tarn O'Shanter is being brought
out in several chic atyles. This novelty
headgear Is frequently fashioned of vel
vet, black, green or bronze, the brim
being fluted all around except at the left
aide, where a bunch of tips poses, or a
pouff of lace is secured by a glittering
Some of tho new coats are one-sided
Affairs. They have one side rather full;
MAiMV. Mki la a ainirln arlrin rnvnrn
edgedith braid or stitching. Straight
Uad slinder persons can wear these
iasqutin to great effect.
Tliiee large rings of chased Bilverset
5u an ornamented vase hang against the
wall and are intended to hold cards and
Oneot tho vivid reds is geranium,
which ie of almost dazzling brightness.
None but a brunette with a pale olive
complexion should bo reckless enough
to wear this shade.
A black hut trimmed wjth plumes may
be brightened with u bow or rosette ot
pink, blue or yellow ribbon, and will
look quite jaunty with tho addition.
People' troubled with sick and nervous
headaches will find h most efficacious
remedy in Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Thoy
strengthen the stomach, stimulate the
liver, restore hoalthy action to tho diges
tive organs, and thuB afford speedy and
permanont relief. '
Townsend k Plamandon proprietors, 2208
O street, telephone 670.
To Hot Springs, Ark., and return
822.25 via the Missouri Pacific route
February 13. Call on P. Daniels, 0. P.
k T. A., 1201 O street, Lincoln, Neb.
J, J. Imhoff is working up a largo ex
cursion to Florida via the Missouri Pa
clflc route. City ticket office 1201 O
street, Lincoln, Neb.
ForHne family groceries and meats
Hotaling Son stand at the head of
the llstj their prices cannot be 'beat for
the same class of goods. Telephone 010,
store 1496 O street.
All ladles prefer The Lee Broom.
.. tit ;,., :'V., -
Tuesday, Rebrneiry !2'7.
$100 IlKWAHD $100.
Tho reader of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there in at least
ono dreaded disease that scionco hus
boon able to euro in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is
tho only positive curo known to tho
medical fraternity. Catarrh bejng a
constitutional disease, requires n consti
tutional treutmont. Hall's Catarrh Curo
is taken internally, acting directly on
tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system, theroby destroying tho founda
tion ot tho disooBo, and giving tho pat
ient strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors havo bo much
faith in its curativo powers, that thoy
offer one hundred dollarB for any case
that it fails to cure- Send for list of
Address, P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
K7Sold by all Druggist 75c.
On Fobruary 1.1, 1894, the old roliub
Missouri Pacific Route will give over
ono who desires to take a look at the
south an opportunity by selling them
round trip tickets ut half rates to all
points in Toxas. Southwestern Missouri
and other southern points. Improve
this opportunity and go with tho crowd.
City tickot office 1201 O street. Lincoln,
W. A. Coffin & Co., grocers, 143 South
When you want prompt servico und
fair treatment und tho selection from
tho largest stock of groceries in Lincoln
call on W. A. Coffin &. Co., successors to
J. Miller, 143 South Eleventh street.
Seo that your tickots reud vlu tho
Missouri Pucific routo to tho Mid-Win
ter fair ut San Francisco, Cul. City
ticket offico 1201 O street, Lincoln.Nob.
Tourists rates to Floridu via tho Mis
souri Pacific routo on sale now. City
ticket offico 1201 O street, Lincoln.Nob.
Canon City coal ut tho Whitebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
For St. Louis take the Missouri
Pacific route. City ticket offico 1201 O
Gonuine Coal Creek Canyon und
Rock Springs coul ut tho WhitebreaBt.
For California tako tho Missouri
Pacific route, via southern routo.
Csnoa City and Hock SpringB cou
nictly Bcreenod at Lincoln Coal com
pany. Lincoln Coal company cutera to tho
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 25c.
Sent by mail on receipt of price by C. 1.
Hood k Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass,
All grocers Ijeep Tho Leo Broom.
Shipped pure and unadulter
ated direct from the distillery..
Pronounced a pure and whole
some tonic-stimulant by the
medical fraternity everywhere.
Gives life, strength and happi
ness to the weak, sick, aged
. If yon cannot procure it of your drastic et
liquor dealers, upon receipt of ILJO we will
ezpren prepaid to any address a fall quart
sample bottle of Old Elk Rye or Bourbon.
For sale by
J. II. HARLGY,
11th and O Sts.
A STRANCE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The following graphics statement will be
read with Intensointereat: "1 cannot describe
tho numb, creepy sensation tbstexlated la ray
urms, hands and legs. I bad to rub and beat
thoAo parte until they were sore, to overcome
In a measure the dead feeling that bad .taken
possession or tnem. in aaaiuoo, i nsa
strange weakness In my back and around my
waist, loiieiuer wim an inuoscriuauit -kobb-feellng
In my stomach. Physicians said It
was creeping paralysis, from which, accord-
iiik w inuir universal conclusion, mere bo
relief. Unco It fastens upon a person, they
hit. It continues Its Insidious n!
It reachoa a vital pbmt and the su
i ray prospect.. I bad been doctoring
nd a half steadily, but with no par
eneUt. when I saw an advertisement
a year am
tlcular benefit, wnen I saw an
of Dr Hllos' Restorative Nervine, p
38- ueatorauve aervine, procured n
1 began using It- Marvelous as It
i, but n few dsys had paaasd before
of that creepy feeling had left me,
and there has. not been even the slightest
aicstion or its return. . i now reel as
ill us I ever .did. and have gained tan
und In weight, though I had run down
m 170 to 137. Four others nave used Dr.
lies' Restorative Nervine on my recosaea
datlon. and It has
n as satutacjbry la their
aataa Kane, La Rue. O.
Ira Nervine la sold b alt
fins u In mlna."
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