Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1901)
VV.fl When you travel .to the mountains,:
MM thp lakpc nr thp ;a vnn can add to
: TVairttl tne comfort and pleasure of your trip:
; 1 IttVCl by starting with the right -sort of
trunks and traveling bags. We have
: trunks and bags that are equal to every emergency of:
: a long journey by sea or land.
i ASnes Rawlings,
Wfyose work with Hiss Riyett is favorably known, will
J contiMe to do Manicuring-, Shampooiaig', Hairdressing,
2 and will give treattmeat of scalp diseases. Switches.
2 and pompadours made to order and all kinds of hair
work carefully done.
143 mo. I2tn.
CHEAPER THAN EVER
loraflo ayid Jsjtal?
From Mawouri River Points to Denver,
Colorado Springs and Pyeblo,
1 X Jlr iu6lQ June 18 to 30
$10 Sept. 1-10 $19 July 10-Anff.31
Similar reduced Rate on tame dates to
other Colorado and Utah Tonmt Points.
Bate from ether points on Bock ltlaad
Koate proportiosateljr lowe? on same
date of sale. Return limit Oct. 31, 1901.
THE 8UPERB TRAIN,
Leares Kama City daily at 6 JO p. m.,
Oman at 5:20 p. m., St-Joe at 5.-00 p. m.,
arriTlnr Dearer 1 1 :00 a . m.. Col orado Sp'gs
i Maniton ) JO J5 a.m., Pueblo 1 1 SO a . m .
Write for details and Colorado literature.
E. W. Thompson, A. G. P. A.
John Sebastian, G.P. A., Chicago.
FIRST MH M
... of LINCOLN, NEBR. .. .
Capital $ 200,00000
SwplaadPro6te . 5455.06
Dewti .... 2,480252.18
A. T. Sawyer,
H.S. Freeman, Caabkr,
UNIJH) STATES DEf 0S1JOJW.
' files are kept in fire proof buildings.
I H. W. BROWN.
t Fuw Stationery
I Calling Cards
i 127 So.Eleventh Street.
I PHONE 8
BEFORE. YOU BUY.
J. R. HAGGAED. M. D.
Office 1J00O Street, Rooms 212, 213,
214, Rkhards' Block. Telephone 535
Residence 1310 G St. Telephone K984
he was not at borne and drafted out the
bacon, leaving oaly Ma etaw marks ha
biad him aa a aaffiag earaV
-The valley of the Little Gaeae m a
Iright mid-sammer meraiag it k a
eight to make one forget wharf ha ie,
forget tkabarreahiltt he fc haft bekiad.
forget that .crop failaraa oaat be. Clear tea onmpaaaiea ape as, aad wher we
down from that narrow grata Hae raa-" aWi&fer heme ear treat basket a8
aing high along the aala bills, to tha varyfnIL Atdktkke known tha I
heavy timber aad baahsa by tha ataaam, caa ceak afieh aad eat one, if I'm not m
there m the, greea of alfalfa, tha lighter good at killing. ;
ehade of the rich wild hay, the yellow oT Little Goose earn p-I shall call it that,
wheat in slieeke, aad staekt of hay ecat- for it id evidently the only camping place
tend everywhere. Aad more thaa thie, ie that caapa ieaa ideal place for those
there areWbetaaiialrfam hoaeea half who like atrWooM dambering. Tha
hidden by treea,jry ckee aad neigh- aaoantain waUarjaahjajh atmirt you, deep
beciy too. Te day of the rude aback below ie the roariag water; the moun
haangMM aad there are aiany aigaa of tainptnee join with' their eoeg. Beat of
coaafort aad wealth. all joye, however, ia the aoceeelble gush.
In the rkheat.part of the valley are ing epriag that aweepa oat of a little
the palatial ataaaieaa, of two Eagiiafc- pocket ia the aide ef the hill, eelder than
aaen. One of theee, Jfr. Moncrieffe, I ice water, clear aa a diaawad. The old
an obliged to aae the American Mr. for lady ataamp aaid, "If I had that spring
I dea't know' the geatkmea'a title, at hm'I wealdn't take a thousand dol-
though it ie whiaparad that ha hi a Lord
or ebmethiac othsr'thaaa Mr. baa beea
engaged for aaaaa Hate fai bay iag herata
tojeead ta SeatKAiriea'. Ieaw eereral
huadred oa their wag to tha Eaglih
maa'a reach. Thaet they are branded,
ridden once aad proaaaaeed "breha," fed
well aad shipped oa. Some of them are
seed ia tha Eaglieh game efpela. Hat
ing a horeaa to eeU, I allowed myself
ieme emMion ever tbe fata of the peer,
haaati aad tha EagUakaeat of tha taaaa
action. I said to a frkad, -What do
you tkisk of this baeinem of aaadjag
ear harass eaT," ets., etc.
"Ifa all right I sold him a horse my
-Aat UTt yoa hats to de it, oSdat it
make yoa feel nnhappyr - -
"Yes, it did. I wanted $50."
O. Wer Id,- World! Hamad ia ha who
has no horsss to sett! ' " - v-
The town of Big Horn, ten miles
nearer the mouatalae thaa Sheridan, bat
still-six or sevemUee from them, hae
the post office, three saloons and a few
minor conveniences. It would be a lovely
summer resort if reached by rsilbut
please do not saymuch of that, for any
iw&Vead would steal good acres out of
the greenneee of Little Goose. Tele
phone poles mark the road from Sheri
dan to Big Horn a point worth remem
bering if yon must peer-your way home
ttrmih m. moonlM niabt r
Your horses will be stiff in the knees
nH Um on ll form hv tkA tiA vnn
have got them through the river by the
bad bridge and down and up several
break-neck bills and boulder roads to
the place where the wagon road ends at
the Spring. We found a family' party in
possession of tha perfect camping ground
and at first sight feared our chances for
getting trout were impaired. As it
tnrned.out, the good people were quite a
You see, I can't catch a trout any
more man a cosm n sparrow on me
wing, much ae I ehould like to do both,
At least I could't do it that day. We
followed the fisherman's trail away up
the canon and 1 awitched my fly down
in a pool, juet as the boy said to do. I
sought other pools, and risked my life
clambering out to alluring boulders.
Finally I climbed up the hill again and
watched the little girl while ehe labored
ae vainly as:I had: Then the man from
camp came along and.said he'd ehow me
bow to catch a trout. "Got a graaahoo.
cajch a trout. "Got a graaahop-
un winii i d uiiu Biy rOU.
L. ..1. T u:
You can't catch trout with those flies;
get a grasshopper." Then he said also,
that a sinker wae needed, thus shatter
ing two of my cherished notions about "Write" we know ib written righ
trout fishing. Jast think, a flyof bril- when we see it written'rite," but when
liant color, so poetic and surely alluring we ese it written "rite" we know it is m
foi those poets of the brook. And a right; for "write," to have it writte
sinker! But the. man put the hopper on right, must net be written "right" n -the
hook, tied a Email nail on the line, "rite," nor yet must it be writte
went down to the pool where the little "wrighr," but "write," for so 'tis writte
girl had been whisking her fly around right.
for an hour, and in len thin five n ,Q
ttirhe had fear af the pretty creatures
m hi wag . 80 1 aHd aiy waary t
dWa MM aad triad seme more.
aeVar a Mta did I gat. Aad i nn
wall tall the tratk, aiaca I'm not
Isaak WeHoa aad ooaldBi tell b
atocy to ptti ay Hfe the good v-
lara far it.'? .The-BJOuntalnB are full of
joet'sach streams, and of all the treas
ures that theylhaard within theft forbid.
dee walk this, that they give forth bo
freely, ia after all the greatest boon to
At a ceaeiderahle eataaae east ot the
railroad aomswhere, talrnVs ot the sta
tioo Mentcratt ia tJafweK.hsown freak
ofaaiarakawwa aa tha Devil's Tower.
na from the car wic
mi diataat dark red
nlliatsi,7;rhaTS heird that It is very
higk'aaa) ao arlyBrpsaiIicuUr at
simypelat Hmt aw aaa has aver ascended
it AMhaagh itiaaa faraway ihe peo
pla wams themeslvsa ap.f ram thlir noon
day ajestao to take a long distance view.
There ia ao little to break the monotony
oa the rosd to the, City of the Two
The much abased word,4Lady," ia
modified.direct from the early Anglo
Saxon, and means "loaf giver;! for the
higheet4deal of woman in those days was
to be a good manager of her household
in every particular; bread was then the
real staff of life. The Delineator for
September devotee its illustrated cook-
"tide tbe ubiecfc ot. read in its
V",UUB lvlm nu OTer '""J ouou,u
Btudy the rtic,e-
The injury to St. Paul's cathedral,
caused by excavations for the .Central
railway, is already serious, with danger
ot still greater ruin. Eight piers are
broken, walls are split, windows and
ceilinge are cracked, and the
towers have been perceptibly
The underground boring of
the cathedral hill for sewer and otherr,
purposes has been eo extensive that for
years there have been indications of
settlimr. but the mnv.m.nt, latelv have
seemed to be .rMait.l. Sarlnmee for
other excavations are pending, and in
order to protect the great cathedral an
injunction will be neceesary.'forbidding
all future excavations 'in its vicinity.
There is room elsewhere for railwajs,
bat there is only one St. Paul's. Even
this commsrcial age would ecarcely vie
-,k mw,i. tu ...: . u ..m,,-
with eomnLer, th. ,s f th nohie
" "- -
rwmwmM VWIUjIiaVOUV WO AUIU ll MiV
dome which Wren hung in the air
Powered by Open ONI