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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1896)
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Is now open in the Lansing Theatre building
Shorthand, Typewriting, Commercial
course, Mathematics History, btin,
English and German. Grades accept
ed at University and High School
Chamberlin Commercial College, Lansing Theatre Building, Lincoln.
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MISS ALICE HUNTER Accredited teacher of Latin at the State
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H. W. QUAINTANCE. former principal of Commercial Depart
ment of Northern Illinois College. ....,,
C. M. SKILES,four years experience in teaching the higher brandies.
MISS NELLIE CLARK, German and French.
J. C OLSON, Penmanship andbook keeping
CHIN II LIIIX WES BEGIN JUNE 15
M. Ackermann has gone to Dead
wood, S. D.. for a visit.
C. a Fletcher of Spokane, Wash., Is
-visiting his parents in Lincoln.
Mrs. Jane Walker of Terre Haute,
lad., is visiting Miss Eleanor Ray
mond. Sirs. J. H. Luke went to Toledo, la.,
yesterday, having been called there by
the serious sickness of her father, Mr.
Arthur Bishop, who has been attend
ing the Chicago medical school, has re
turned to his home in Lincoln for the
Mrs. S. A. Pratt has gone to Pawnee
City to visit friends. She will be absent
for three weeks. Mrs. Pratt is the moth
er of Captain Harry Pratt of engine
house No. 1.
Mrs. Belle M. Stoutenborough, Miss
Maude Maussee and Miss Margaret
Davis of Plattsmouth are In the city
to attend the commencement exercises
of the state university.
Mrs. Albright of Red Cloud and her
daughters. Mrs. Swart and Mrs. Price,
and grand-daughter. Lilla, of Lewis
ton, Pa., are visiting at the home of
W. C. Cunningham, 1411 G street.
Deputy Auditor Hedlund has re
turned from his Phelps county home.
He attended the county convention at
Heldrege, which instructed a delega
tion of twelve to work for his nomina
tion as auditor of public accounts.
George B. Frankforter, professor of
chemistry in the university of Minne
sota, an alumnus of Nebraska state
university class of '85, arrived
any to attend commencement festiv
ities. He is the guest of Chancellor
The announcements for the Colorado
summer school have just been received
la the city. Among the lecturers ap
pears the same of Prof. Amos G.
Warner, who Is highly spoken or. with
the statement that he is from the uni
versity of Nebraska. The university
people are much pleased. Professor
Warner win deliver eight lectures on
private corporations. Dr. Warner is
new living at Green Mountain, Colo.,
at an altitude of 8.649 feet and his
health Is somewhat better.
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Day. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps
Fame and J. R. Sutherland went out
on Saturday to visit the state indus
trial school at Kearney and on their
return yesterday Mr. Sutherland said
they were well pleased with what they
had seen and the hospitable manner In
which they were entertained by St
perlateaaeat John Mallalieu and his
corps, of assistants. He said that tha
laatitutJea had about four acres of
strawberries that were now yielding
several hundred quarts of berries a
day, and that their principal diet while
there was strawberries and cream,
with new mown alfalfa hay and many
other good things on the side. ThJ
farm consists of 400 acres and is under
a high state of cultivation. The crops
consist of alfalfa, corn, oats, sugar
beets and beans, and all varieties of
vegetables are grown In abundance.
The Kearney canal that furnishes the
power for the cotton mill and electric
plant in the city runs through th
south part of this farm and will be
very valuable for irrigating purposes
in dry seasons.
Disease commonly cornea oa with slight symptoms, which when neg
lasted increase in extent and gradualy grow dangerous.
THE JUNE RACES
Lincoln park association of Lincoln,
Neb., will g!ve,June 16, 17, 18 and 19,the
greatest trotting and pacing races that
have ever taken place in the west.
The track and grounds are in mag
nificent condition. The horses entered
for the many races are exceptionally
good ones, $1,000 purses being the at
traction that brings great horses.
Many of the famous horses and driv
ers for 1896 will be on the grounds and
People who enjoy good racing and
fine horses should not fall to attend
this meeting, as no other opportunity
like this will be afforded this year in
or near this locality.
The first day will see the 2:09 pace,
sixteen entries, -eight of which have
records of 2.-08J4 to 2:10. No such lot
of horses ever started In this state be
fore. The 2:28 trot, fourteen horses to
start, is composed of very evenly
matched horses and will be a great
race, probably five to seven heats.
The 2:25 three-year-old pace has in
it some of the prospective sensational
race horses for the year 1896. They
start under conditions that make every
heat a horse race and no mistake. This
purse Is 1900, 1300 to be paid on each
of the three heats, 30 per cent. 25 per
-cent. 15 per cent, 10 per cent to first
four horses out.
The second day has the 2:15 pace
with a number of very fast ones and
promises to be finished In very fast
time. The 236 trot with its large list
of horses, and 2:23 pace, twenty horses,
complete a day's program that will
be remembered by those witnessing It.
Thursday, June 18, will be a red let
ter day la trotting history. Like the
first day In pacing it has the great
eld of eighteen entries in the 2:12 trot
and will be a sensational race. Then
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cornea the 2:35 pace with the largest
field in any class and likely to be one
or the fastest races of the meeting.
The new phenomenal pacers generally
start in this class to find easy money
and as a rule it proves one of the
greatest races of any meeting. This
one will be no exception.
The 2:23 trot has a large list or even
ly matched horses and this day will
prove one or the best. In fact, every
day will be a Nebraska day.
The races are on at Omaha and Den
ver this week and both strings of
horses will meet at Lincoln on the 16th
to 19th and make the contests so much
better than either that any lover or
racing should not miss It.
The usual price for such races is SI.
The management has cut the prices,
and admission will be 50 cents.
The business men and citizens gen
erally or Lincoln are In full accord
with the management and will co-operate
In making these meetings the
greatest ever-held In this state.
"Queen Victoria." Ladies' Favorite
Her Majesty's Perfume, is the most
lasting and perfect Perfume. Ask
toys' the Druggist," for a sample.
Canon City coal at the Whitebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
A. good dinner every day at Houck'e
Everybody goes there to eat.
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