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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

, ' cfci v -? fc V , & .. v .. J c. . x v 4mL?f .- "n. v i 'w?.y; is rC2 .-' 4 - soMw' --" M - - SNMk r&-V77 X - A N Cfw VOL. 9. No. 14. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MARCH 17. IS94. PRICE FIVE CENTS 5 -E V sr"ti'C. w.-t jfr&sa llfMEfi lZ'&A b?JSf&r fflarvm 43" 9 a . -' &w Mayor Weir's crusade has been going on now for over two weeks, and those persons who always oppose movements of this sort, on the ground that it is better for business to have everything run "wide open," can hardlv contend that Lincoln has suffered in any way by the campaign against crime and vice that has recently been waged. Whether the cause of purity has been appreciably advanced, we are unable to say. But certain it is that no harm has been done. Perhaps the principal objection that has been made to the mayor's course is that a closing up of the dives means a scattering of infec tion into the residence portions of the city. There is some truth in this; but the police are well acquainted wit...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEB. PUnLlSHED EVERY SATURDAY UY THE COURIER PUBfolbHING COMPANY. OFFICE 1134 N STREET. TELEPHONE 335. W. MORTON 8MITH, EDITOR. feulcrlptlon Itatea In Advauce. Perannum K I Three months jOc. Six months ... ll I Onemonth -c Single copies Fitc cents. For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will be inserted. Rates made known on application. Lincoln, Neil, March 17, 1894. The first issue of The Courier in the new form is sent to the public with some misgivings. A change, such as we have made this week, entails a great deal of labor, and we have been compelled to neglect some of the regular departments, and other features that we exacted to be a part of the first issue of the new Courier are omitted altogether. Such as it is we send it to the public with the promise that the improvement, if any there be, has only begun. William T. Stead's book, published this ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

jr TBI ' "' ' -P - Wm"m ' fl THE COURIER The r Lansing- Theatre t .- 3Y' 'J I T '; t Wednesday, March 21 si, hrank vv. Sanger ,1, 1 pinri 0-n Rnfhnp.r's . - 1 1 '..mi kht v r kk m m -a. imi" M . - -NEW MUSICAL FARCE COMEDY- v- - 4i"THE VOODOO," OR A" RJGKY CHAfc Introducing the Inimitable Irish Comedian By F. S. GIBBS Thomas . Murray, (Late of MURRAY & MURPHY.) AJ&D -A IBNDID COMPAX 22 in 23. LEWIS MORRISON in Appearing Thursday in . . . RICHEI jt And Friday in ... . IEU. I FAUST, Both productions will he on a magnificent scale. A strong company and brilliant scenic effects. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 24 w .'.-- 0' 3- J- THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS f,4 ' - MlllER . 0. iEWS W Supported by the BRILLIANT LITTLE ACTRESS, JEJAfEJTTE? XWTS, in the laughing Yankee Comedy, 9- :! SS :"SI PLUNKARD J 4 l JP -1

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER DO YOU WANT MONEY? rIf so you must buy the Bargains- now offered by us, and save $10 to $25 on each purchase. . 15 FARtSWTS-! In order to cut our stock down on this Line we are sell ing some suits at cost Prices rrnge from $25 to $65. 15 CHAMBER SUITS! We have about this number of odd suits which we will close out at cost. Ranging in price from $10 to $35. KOOFHIKG JBTJI FIRST-CIvASS GOODS. HARDY FURNITURE COMPANY. 211 S. 11xh ST., LINCOLN, NEB. ACCETTCl BCStCM r SANITARIUM rOETK LINCOLN JUUntO-SALIHC IATH Ct YwlH ' r . 1" ' " --"--" -"rr rtnue arhutkt- ' ---- - - ar SiiP0 SfoHE BttH 0ViSt AMD SURWl, Corner ltli and. JV Sts., LiuooLn, Xebi TURKISH, BUSSIAN, BOMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. Peopl&taking these baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wholesome Massage is given understanding!- and trained attendants are to be found in -every department. The mineral waters from the Artesian wells are part...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER &-. .' i ! . i i POINTS IN POLITICS. jj HE republican convention Wednesday afternoon was thor CtJ ughly harmonious much more harmonious than was antici f pated. It was expected that there would be a very sharp con test over the nomination for city engineer, and there was a feeling of uncertainty as to the nominations for police judge and water com missioner. Percival had a hard tight in his own ward, and the fact that thePifth ward had so many candidates made the outlook a lit tle uncertain. For months there had been talk of opposition to Frank Waters, and some people believed up to within a few days of the convention that a candidate might be brought forward who would defeat him. But there was comparatively smooth sailing. There was no opposition to Waters. Comstock did not shy his cas tor into the ring, and the votes cast for Captain Cochran were sim ply in the nature of a compliment to the grand old man of the Fifth ward. Waters has been in a trying position the l...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

WzWW7?Wz? ' jj- i- g-v- &' -'"c-yr: ? g '? n THE COURIER M it may be, we bow unhesitatingly admit the truth of the major's statement We are Hot rich. The. income tax would not effect us personally. The depth of the humiliation which we suffer in making this admission may be understood when we recall, for the benefit of the public, the fact that newspaper men are so generally opulent. With very rare exceptions they wear diamonds, dine on truffles and live in luxurious ease. The major himself is' an illustration of the affluence that obtains among the gentlemen of the press. His re tinue of liveried servants and magnificent equipages and palatial establishments, to say nothing of the exquisite sartorial appearance of the handsome and rosy-cheeked major, convey but a slight and inadequate idea of the extent of his enormous income. Before such dazzling splendor we stand abashed. We can understand how vitally the major is interested in the proposed income tax, and taking into conside...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER r ) ii" A PfoEA FOR MOSHER. The Napoleon of Finance Finds a Real Defender. 'HE following letter by a correspondent whoso real name wo aro requested to withhold is cheerfully published by TiieCoukiek in the hope that it may throw some light on dark places, and advertise in a proper manner the martyrdom of poor Mr. Mosher. Let me say in the beginning that my friend Mr. Mosher is one of the purest men I know. He is shamefully abused. Why, I have 6een him stop many a time on the street and give a nickel that ho had just taken from a pile of the state's or the county's money, to a blind man. He has a very tender heart. I have seen him stand before mottoes on the wall such as "Honesty is the Best Policy," and "God Bless Our Home," and tears would come in his eyes, and ho would be sad for several minutes. Yet people say all manner of mean things about him, and to read the newspapers one would really imagine that Mr. Mosher is a dishonest man. Progressive men are always abused. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

10 THE COURIER THE FINANCIAL DEPRESSION. By Hon. G. M. Lambertson, Ex-Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Written for The Cockieb.1 M.O single cause has produced the present financial condition. l The excessive puschase of silver and the fear of unlimited coinage were largely responsible for the panic of last summer But failures in Europe and other countries, overtrading in many lines, undue expansion of credit, wild speculation, extravagance in living, together with impending changes in the tariff, also contri buted to the stampede of public confidence. It is of little value for the purpose in hand to speculate about causes, We must deal with results. If a man is precipitated from a high eminence it makes no difference what is the cause of the fall. The injury is the same, no matter what the cause. He is at the bottom of the declivity, and it will take a longtime to heal his bruises, and regain the heighth from which he fell. From an era of prosperity we have been suddenly plunged...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER 11 i Waff Apathetic is the proper word with which to describe the condition of society in these closing days of Lent. The approach of Holy Week and Easter, . have doubtless had some influence in repressing any ten dency to gayety in social circles. Whether Easter will be followed by any considerable movement is not very certain. But Lincoln has usually enjoyed a brief season of social activity in the epring, and we believe that this season will prove no exception. There are enough weddings in prospect em bracing a period commencing in April and extending into July, to give life to the spring season. The month of April will bring a few other functions of more or less interest. , The Empire club gave a delightful party at the Lansing hall Sat urday evening. There were a number of guests in attendance. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Niss Iey, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dawes, Miss Bertie Clark, Mr. Will Johnson, Mr. Dan Wing, Miss Sarah Harris, Mr....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE ' COURIER Mrs. W. C. Wittman entertained a few lady friends at a Columbian tea at her residence, 1042 C street, last Thursday afternoon. The houBe was tastefully decorated. The ladies found their positions at the table by a duplicate flower and then they began to form as many names as possible out of the word "Columbus." Mrs. Mc Candless was the most succearf ul and received as a reward a Colum bian souvenir spoon. Mrs. Samuel Whiting and Mrs. Will Meyer received the booby prizes. Mrs. F. A. Bartholomew celebrated the fifth birthday of her little daughter Flora, Wednesday afternoon by entertaining a number of her little friends in a delightful manner. The afternoon passed very pleasantly with children's games and Flora was the recipient of many pretty gifts from her young friends. Those present were Leah Hopkins, Effa Barbor, Ruth Munger, Louise Lees, Eunice Regnier, Harry White, John White, Frank Bartholomew, Harold Usher, Thomas Usher and Harold Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Curt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER n IS , fr5 The play "Romeo and Juliet' is not in consonance with modern ideas on love and its manifestations, and even when the story is told by genuine artists there is a disin clination on the part of the cynical auditor to regard seriously the more tragic passages. Mr. Frederick Paulding and Miss Maida Cragen who essayed the title roles in this play at Mon day night's production at the Lansing theatre are not either of them very young: but there are several things loth might learn that would be to their advantage. For instance Mr. Paulding might learn that it is not necessary for the gentle Romeo to pause in his love-sickness and make heroic speeches for the bene fit of the gallery gods. Mr. Paulding suffers from the malady that has always afflicted Thomas W. Keene, doing such dire damage to the tympanums of his auditors. He must needs rant a little. Withal he makes a very good Romeo. Mr. Paulding takes his part and the play seriously, and he labors very hard to rise ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

14 THE COURIER for superior dramatic and artistic worth.- 'It is sensational only where Bensation perfectly legitimate in conjunction with his satanic majesty. ' Primrose & West's minstrels will be the attraction at the Lansing theatre tonight. The program is. made up of new aqd interesting novelties, and the music and jokes are of the latest pattern. The performance, from the first part to the finish, is entertaining to a de gree. Mr. George H. Primrose has given his time during the entire summer to the designing of the first part, which, by the way, has never been thought of, and he has invested more money in Bcenery and costumes than in any other two seasons. The company is made up of artists in their various parts, and a first-class performance of minstrelsy will be given. "Si Plunkard,' a Yankee comedy illustrating farm life, will be 6een at the Lansing theater next Saturday evening, March 24. J. C. Lewis, better known as "Farmer Lewis," plays the title role. He is known in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER 15 4 u has been sold to the O'Neill Plumbing and Heatine company. Busi ness will be transacted at the old location, and Mr. O'Neill will act as manager. P. C. Zehrung will move to Twelfth and O and Sanderson, Schuro man & Davis will movo into the store now occupied by Zehrung about March 25. Henry Clews, in his regular weekly review sayB: "We are now in the beginning of the third month of the year, for which I have ven tured to predict an improvement in business, a distinct relief from the effects of last year's panic, and a return of confidence on the stock exchange. To close watchers, that process has been in var ious ways observable since the opening of the year; but not until now has the change reached a point of development at which all rec ognize it. In trade at large, the improvement has now become a commonly admitted fact. In many branches the demand for goods is plainly ahead of the supply. The reduction of stocks, caused by the interruption of manufacturing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

1G NOW INVITATIONS TO. NOVELTIM8 IN. Telephone 335 Td W3 5 -! THECOURIER rS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR v4- ,; & - j t . - t. Receptions Parties Etc. 3&. ! , ..- ..-"; j ".- Ball Programs flenus - Etc. THE COURIER McINTOSH EST0 1134 N Street U A VUM f" fcg-AW XETE WWimWnW IIEO I UnCUl Thl wonderful remedr RaruiteltocnreB.ltierTuasiUaeaaei(.iucUasWekMeBOr7,IiOMOfBimla wer, Headacbe. Wakei nlneu. Lou Manhood. NUfbtly KaiutoasTNarTon- BuarmiasBsaioesoi powcrm utoenun vimni 01 eiiaer MXCMMe dt oTgrcxcruop. j !! trwn. " riii rmi laMa.wklcateaatoIiiflrraHy.cniaiiipttOBor mtanlty. cu b carried la eat Docket. Ilwr box. forks, br Mall Dremtd. WlUiaS order n m 1 1 11 ii ! ua v. Mold hrill Af f or.lb take no other. Write for free Medical Book wot Mated IBB IBj BEST LINE TO DENVER AND CALIFORNIA WEBSTER'S INTERNA TIONAL Zntir.&Xrw. DICTIONARY A Grand Educator. M Successor 0 the "Unabridged." Ten years spent in revising, 100 ed itors emploved.and more than $300,000 expended. , Everybody s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER 17 j?m ." ? , - r , 4 ..V. ' a tr-; ; fc W . Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. DSPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standai TM Sft !&.V5i5 S&, h2"y?tW& R, LITHOGRAPHING ENGRAVING. BINDING If rriW G-wwAlUcev' 6 fi LocK.Wk- rr O Children must have proper nourishment during growth, or, they will not develop uniformly. They find the food they need in Scott's Emulsion There is Cod-liver Oil for healthy flesh and hy pophosphites of lime and soda for bone material. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Thin Children are not known among those who take SCOTT'S EMUL SION. Babies grow fat and chubby on it, and are good natured because they are well. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druggists sell it HUMPHREYS' Br. Hasaahreirs' aaecUrs arescleBtlacaliyaad carerallr prepare! Heatedles, used for years la private practice aad (or over thirty years by the neopio with entire success. Every single S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

18 THE COURIER LADIES CARED FOR PRIVATELY Maternity Home. Given Away II HE if ; FOR 6H0IGE GUT FLORAL DECORATIONS, WENHI6 AW FWDML DEW, A. SPECIALTY. J&ctiw Special attention given to the grow ing of new and choice roses. Carnations and all kinds of greenhouse plants. Xvixiooln Floral Conservatory NONE 344. COR. G AND 1TTN SIS. Tie Ptetogripher 1214 o st. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS A SPECIALTY PRICES REASONABLE OAJEr3LAX STI AM DYEING crAaraafG works 113 X. 12th STREET WEDDING INVITATION Possibly you intend to mar ry soon. You will want In vitations or Announcements or both. At this point in life it's natural to have a "best-is-none-too-good" feel- " ing. We have several new designs in type and engrav ing, especially for this work. We can satisfy your feel ings. THE COURmR, 1134 N Street. E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent. J.A. MAOIiil, City Ticket Agt 104-1 O St. With their solid trains composed of Pull man palace, colonist sleepers. Their diners are the finest. We sweep the new world with ou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 March 1894

THE COURIER CHAS. L. BURR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BURR BLOCK. In the Justice Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. UV1UID MJ Af illbVjaiUCM JIUIIVQ V, , ivovvt Stephen a. found ana Laonel 1 0. Burr, partners as Pound & Rurr. Plaintiffs. Y NOTICE. vs. William J. P. Lawton. Defendant, William J. P. Lawton will take notice that on tlio 'itli day of February, ISM, L. A. Mc Candless.a justice of the peace in and for Lan caster county, Nebraska, issued an order of at tachment for the sum of $150. in an action pending before him, wherein Stephen It. Pound and Lionel C. Burr, partner at Pound A Murr are plaintiffs, and William J. P Lawton is de fendant, and that property of the defendan consisting of moneys, goods and credits in th e hands of L. C. Dunn, first name unknown, of Lancaster county, have been attached anil gar nishoed under said order. Said cause was continued to the 13th day of April, 1!94. at 9 o'clock a. m. POUND & BURR, Plaintiffs. By Charles L. Bukr, their attorney. March ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

-cyfe- ' V J My I VOL. 9, NO. li. r 5 r imiv lOC A. V5X V H 1 J -.&? vai TJ SATURDAY, MARGH 24, 1894. INCO aS BlfAS S7i V J TIMHCZ &' -s. M IflHi IT Nil ..of cy o i&mAGVi . v , " VJ a y- jV.o" V .? ' J ,v . Li"", a m 1 - J-N -4V-' 11 -' Iv V K rw CNJ K O- ' SsfeV., mm Ji IWITSWISOOM sprir?deftonMLiiD7aj ( Oar Shoes are r Beauties. V Windows THERjOTrnuM -STOW, We keep right at the front in style? 225 0 SI. o A . jk ": O. n. M U Jk "V. H, T, t w wrB BJh k. . v "w We keen rieht at the IXkJK N "60s. V jF! -'VjK bA a H FURNISHING GOODS. Hall Bros. Co., 1308 O STREET. & TUT? TTNTYIPTT. :: Cor. 13th and M Sts. Vy-i 4m. . 4m w v AVI t OUf rivpti, RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY UNSURPASSED. AIRS. J. C BBIL, Manicuring: and Hair Dressing Parlors. Facial Blemishes Removed. Hair Goods. Ornaments and Toilet Articles. Alexander Block, 114 N. 14th Street. Near O St., Lincoln, Neb. DR. 6. F. LADD. D&zzrcx&T F. 6.. Zehrung, DRUGGIST Will remove to 114s O Street. Fuuke Opera Hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

fiyi .""- i mm iwm i m ; -H and 'most o IJ It. B . ,. -, g LINCOLN, NEB. '. U. tashionabe 8 , f-X- aHii St.vlPS of O I- A(. RAYMOND. D. E. THOMPSON. 4 ;J OX .Hl ObyiVS Ul K J President. Vice" President. y A iH Foot Wear Q sh.-burnham. d. g. wing.- ,.l H 1UU0 ,,c, g - Cashier. Assistant Cashier. I If ;) BMk always can be 0 o.ffunke h ,JI BCpV- ""-""j . 2d Assistant Cashier. III- J I BdZiii -found at (L VV JJr " --(a; CAPITAL, '$250,000 -:-.. SURPLUS, $15,000 V- rS'A -C-f "li 7'Aj 3 vl 1 Ml 9 ' M 7) El WEBSTER cSc ROGERS, 1043 O STREET. Directors I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. VJ H. Burnham, D. E. Thompson, C. O. Dawes, C. ys jTS. H. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory, F. W. JK . Little. G. M. Lambertson D-G..Wing, S W.. Burnliam. G. 1', Faucon. V. stR 7 V NEBRASKA f uwn m m i , fv -INCORPORATED- ' 7j Art, Elocution, and Languages. VSfc-S tor catalogues ana lniorraauon, 41 Address, O. B. HOWELL, Director, MNGOLN. NEB. ru s Jfl , Rudge & Morris, Bicycles 1118-1122 N STREET n l YO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER :i FOR GHOIGE GUT FLORAL DECORATIONS. WEDDING AND FUNDRAL DESIGNS, LADIES CARED FOR PRIVATELY Maternity Home. Givjsiv Away 1 O. HOX XH. LINCOLN. XKII. GENTLE PON! I s Special attention given to the grow ing of new and ehoiee roses. Carnations and all kinds of greenhouse plants. Ivincoln Floral Conservatory PHONE 344. COR. G AND IYTH SIS. The Photographer 1214 0 St. FINK rilOTOCKAl'HS A SrKCIAI.TY 1 KICKS KKASONAKLK CAPIT. STBAM DYEING -AXI ClVEJAJVIiJVG WORKS 113 X. 12th STKKKT - Are Just as Curable as Other Diseases. Treated exclusively by IK. LKOXIIAKKT, Lincoln. Neb. orricc i47 o st. houks 3 to 8 daily. Z I HOTEI. IDBAI,, 121 S. 14th St. ... tinrtjln. h. -:- Under the management of :- I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rooms, fine table. Tho only first-class family hotel in Lincoln. E. B. SLOSSOX. General Agent. J. T. MASTIX, City Ticket Agt 1044 O St. XlllJr With their solid trains composed of Pull man palace, colonist sleepers. Their diners are the finest. We sweep the new wor...

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