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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CHPITAL CITV COURIER. . i i - MN.IiMimiofUilniNi.orthnNiiMilyiilNiiit man nnd gavo him the alarm thinking that lug upon receiving tho cash In tholr own a half a ml Ion remain M hat became of tho ho would at once triko a boat to savo this hands. Of course I rcf u ed to do IsMf I had res t LnsCnsas Mf." lint most of the... man who was In great danger. Ho .fever not, the 1250,000 wo.,1 have d LnppX and wer. ma sacred, ami that those who weiunot .all any attention to It. I o.kc.l him, Why reparation hardly I eg in- a then Toy bo- were aul.1 into slavery jlhnt a. such they were is It that y..u do not take stop, to savo that came abii.lwm.dtK used for carry lug bu. dens .often ,1, lug at tho ...an I "Ho I. a coolie" md he, "and no no- had then, at once an eM a blocked nil.. It ' N.ar Cnrlnueiia there h n hill one gro or Colombia.. boatmen would try to Jail, mid tho Colombian .unnSniin the thousand feet high, almost strn ght up, and mv. hi...," and tho man would havo perished grento, of pa...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CHPITHL CITY COURIER. .4 m. Ip a atiip Qard. UV DUCGND PIOLD. --- . mm yjXlTVS. I'M -i -. rA -,y , s u it re iiii fur s Wh'l'JsEM V tnlo Isoncof tho Christ mas title. Onco upon 11 tlino there llvisl In tho hcnullful city of Dentin II f'mtiifii irnti. rtftCi Jim I I tleinnuof tint nnino of Toll, mill lit) uiis 11 Judgo. All ovit tho state of Colorado, anil elsowheio, too, thlM Judgo iin fumed for Ills goodnom anil his limning. Infact, ho was so good anil so lour 11 oil that 0110 Christinas two Hnnta Clans canio anil brought him a swoot llttlo bahy son. Tho judgo wiim very iiriiuil; "I will lew this llttlo noil to ho a good anil great jurist," said ho, "ami when I am old and feeble, ho w 111 ho tho stair ami comfoi t of my ago." Ono of tho first things Judgo Toll did was tohlro n 11111x0 to take euro of tho protty llttlo hoy, for it so hnppened, sadly enough, that ho baby's mother was not strong enough to carry thu baby and atutisu It all tho time. Tho nurse wits 11 kindly old lady wh...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

C7SPIT7SL CITV COURIER. ljK9?88 of l?ri$(:. : CONTRIBUTBD, "-XX-" DilEHEIsa very rare than nn Ideal portrait; tint, ai occurring nnd romarknble UHn the sacramental cups or paterae, bur "book, the original ! w,t" wrly Christians, tho Likeness plate sketches and "n" riuoniiy ween executed at a time when MHH nf w'hlrli nr nro- " wou,u uttve certainly cotnounder tin notlcn MBS., of which are pw- of thoM I)cr(10nj, who iml Mc the 8avour served In the llrltlsh Mus- faco to face; Kit were notludccd the actual eum, which possesses un- WOrk of the artiste contemporary with Mm. uiual Intercut at thli sea- And that It Is this Likeness which, handed ion. It li by Thomai down from the earliest Christian time, has Heaphy, nn Englishman, furnished the type and model for all the sub- who spent his life and a luNt wor, wnich has proved at nil satls- largo fortune In searching 'OT. Mr. Heaphy's classification of for llkenes.esa of Christ WOrk f art of n h,h ", anion and the lesult of his In vestigati...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CHPITKL OITV COURIER. t idasphemous Pagan, caricatures of tbo cruel flxlon; the Identification of the tradition ot the Likeness with the introduction ot tbo writing of Bt. John find the preponderating Influence, exercised by those writings upon "jY f, in ftfi fcW. Vr VII Motalo from tho eataeombs of fit. Agneee; now In tho Lateran Museum; prob ably the oldest and best authenticated Inst ance Christian moslao work extant. the art of the early church,have none of them been hitherto noticed. The questions on which farther elucidation Is desirable, are: firstly, the extent to which ecclesiastical dec oration was carried In such churches as ex isted above ground during tho first three centuries, and which might havo afforded a preparatory school for the production of the works of art we see in such numbers, and i VIII Mosaic from the ehopol of tho Baptis try of fit. Oonstnnza at Rome; ascribed to tho time of Constantino. possessing such high artistic power, in tho age of Contantine;and s...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CHPITHL CITY COURIER. f Soeity Blle'5 Diary. ok- BV TK LINCOLN LDV, -- BSk "Wi 9F ilIEkoeplngof n Journal Is not thn practice of nil society girls. Of this . mil qulto aware, Mill for ever so lone a tlmo I have Imil nn Idea tlmt a few of them did Itemize thi'lr gay, ros strewn extstoncfl. Hut how to select thn odd habltuo, how obtain n look nt tlio coveted treasure theso wero omlonvon) that jwr plexed mid baflled mo over nnd over agnln. At taut I succeeded strnngory and uiiexcct ly, but the how or tho wherefore is not now to tlio iurMse. lie catlsllod, CUUHUH read em, to hvo tho privacy of a socio!) life bared to tlio public glare, to scrutinize a week's noting of its Inmost thoughts and actions. Saturday morning, eloven o'clock. Arose and had my bath. Half an hour after twelve, Lunched and read tho morning pnwr Three o'clock. Tut on my china silk tea gown with tho roso-eolored ilbbons, which are a perfect match to tho tint of my chsjks, and wont down to the parlor to seo callers th...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CHPITRL CITV COURIER. Our fi((xj 5l?espiap Sempl. - It Uill be tr)e pride of Ijrcolr;. ,i$T WrGiicSSiSOJ D H ill llliii &J&I Mm FT Mb rV CH M ill VKIIY clement of mctiopolltanismhos coma to Lincoln, the City Ilfautlful.snvo one, nnl that Is n thcatreof size, arch itecture mid con vonlenro commen surate with her 1 greatiifss. Twenty 1 llvo years ago, loss limn tlio span of n young man's llfo, the spot which now lx-nrstho Immortal namo of tho mar tyred president was a bit of N whore, u mlnuto, nnnamed patch of Motlior Karth, an unmarked wk In that delu sion of geographors, tho Ureat American Desert. Tho cnorgy of humnu slnows, tho Intelligence of human brains and tho lovo in human hearts havo mado tho fare of tho oarth to smile with the gladness of a fruitage as rich and bountlrul as any on tho globe. Tho same energy and intelligence and lovo havo bullded hero a great city as if by magic. It Is notstrango that those who havo wrought this mighty chango gavo their thoughts and t...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

IO CHPITHL CITV COURIER. B f Jrip to Puerto lupa. ' bv . c. - CORDIAL In vitation from my old friend, McBroom, t o visit the quaint old city of San ta Fe during tha turtlomlllenial exhibition, a run over to La Vegns and its famous hot springe, and lastly, a car riage journoy of some throe hundred mile to his rnnchos In the southern part of the territory, proved too much of t temptation to resist and arrangements were made ac cordingly. Kanta Fe was reached without incident worthy of not McUroom and his wife greeted us at the station and we were soou tinder their hospitable roof. There is much to interest one In tlili curious old town. The "Palace," a large one story adobe building, has been tbo habitation of the territorial executives for over three hundred years. Wo cull on Governor Hon and his daughter nml are shown through the interesting pile. Many rare nud hlttorlcally valuable imple ment and utensils of the Axtoo nation are to be seen. The exhibition Is very creditable, the Na...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

it 51?? ast 3T)d tye Ueet. BT O. W. OMVflO. ClKPITFn- CITV COURIER. v?Vt "i'MsBSBamMssaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiB'-BeMBi MVj '!5 K4 mmKt X THE rood old ant. bellum days Mason and Dlxey's line marked tbe on ly dlrUlon In thU country. It formed a dis tinct boundary between tho tunny Bouth and the friz Id north. Everything on one tide of It waa un der the dominion of tho palmetto; every thing on the other tido under the pine. At no place did the two region- merge into each other. A Fentuylanlan and a Marylander differed aa much aa a Vermouter and a Tex an. Bliioe the war, however, thero haa bwn a constantly increasing tendency toward! di viding the country the other way. It U now the eaat or the west, where It was then the north or the tooth. Two difference are, howerer, noticeable; there It no deflnlU Una where the eaat anda and tbe west begins. In fact one of tho most ludicrous things ImagU able la the difference between the various fetes of what constitutes west. A New York er ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

12 CKPITHL CITV COURIER. woitorn young lady his di-elMou would hnvo liooii Jut ns illlUc nit to iiiakn ntul his chances of blundering Just ns great, Tlioro is a great difference, Imt ho In 11 very foolish innii who will let It Im) known In whoio fitvor ho thinks It Hon. A wmtoni young lady In hardly ns npt to sing tlm Into ononis paint In Imlf n dozen wb)b, piny thu IhiiiJh or ilo nny of tlio ilovn nlry notliliifrs which mark nn "accomplished" Kill, If sho iIoch nuy of them, lion over, she In moroupt to do It null, nml her wholo life In umrkiil hy mi i-nrnontihiw entirely foreign to tli young lmly of thu cast. Hlio does not weiii ho fli inly convinced Hint marringo In tlio elder i-mlof human existence, Her Indi'iHiiiiUnco thows itself In her tiont incntof young goiitloniin If they llko her ihe In sntlslled, Hunt she In cipinlly wellsntls flud. Hlio nmkcN llttlu or no effort to Im ov eclnlly eiilortnlnlng, hut seems content to ho Judged just ns she Is, without thu aid of studied supi...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CKPITKL CITV COURIER. 3 fi Tpifiept: Structure. - Our u otel, "5l?e Ijrolp." -- T THK south west corner of Ninth nml 1 streets thero ! stands u coloi- wil monument to tlio enter- r I ho nil (1 tlnlft of our ..ii.. i r IN JWj- F is "The Lin- V ' T coin," ntiil its massive walls nml inngnlll- cont Interior cniplnislo In n most striking manner tlio wonderful progress which Lln- coin, hut n few years slnco n stopping on Stoppillg on plneo on tho western trail, hns made m mo nssiunptlon of metropolitan dignity nun im noi tanco. At no period in tho brief history of tlio city have the hotel nccominodatlons been coin mensiirato with existing needs and future prcqiectH. Tho old Tlehetinr house, theOpelt, tho Coinmerclnl.tho Capital, tho Windsor and the rest have In their pnrtlculnr time ollVrod sultnblo ontertalninent for tho traveler under ordinary circumstances; but In still lug times tho poison coming to Lincoln In tho ex octu tlon of finding repose In mi elegantly uphol sterott apirtment...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

'I CHPITHL CITV COURIER. 1870 Ijioli? Sogty 1890 ---- DV THB TtSSOCIKTB EDITOR. - ft f ") r OWqulcklyhavo Smalls, then B. & M. ticket agent, furnished Ijl thowostrrnprnl- tlio nmuscment. Thoso gentlemen operated a iririujMi iiiiu irum una ruuiu mj nuouier for tho benefit of lond maidens nnd devoted youth, who kept tho wire burdened with tender messages nil the evening. Nebraska City and Lincoln were ttnltxl by a cloxo bond of friendship in those dayi and tho young people of the two towns law a great deal of each other. Some of the trips to Nebraska City will bo long remembored. When the city was young game wasplentl ful and BorUinu could outlines fill their bags within a stone's throw of their own door steps. It hasn't boon uiauy years since A. C. Zlemor shot a wolf where the Rice woll Is now located. Ducks wero huntod in the spring and fall in the locality of the present sito of tho v I trifled paving brick works and Lowery's mill. Lincoln has boasted an "opera house1' so long ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CAPITAL CITV COURIER. 5 STATE NATIONAL BANK, af iihji jfi S iSiJM i jiwjffeMw 4fvr lawif iATr J&QJM This oooii and jolly kino. wt&LJ ?! J Q ' stkM -$?( 1 AND ,n t,ik KnozEM vm Iflrl inl yMUl ric54 7T ifV"!!X BlIIMS CUP AND BKNIIKTII FOUTII iVHlOf yl fiWMM S'&sLJ- P fWSS TlIK DUSKY OOTTEB, TOO, j.B MyS MimlMt m-ry " "" SSr"flVi TlIK MAN WHO PLENTY DAB j' LtiWWIMrt-V 'if S f - filj ALL SHARE TDK COMMON VIEW, S rW$Hll -" ' 'ffl "God ales8 St. Nicholas." I&I " M-Nfw - s j if v c Clinton Antlrus. In 1888 tho ofllcers wore: President, J. W. Maxwell; vice president, H. D. Mnlr. secretary, W. K. Stout; treasurer, Hnl Young; muster of ceremonies, W. E. Clnrk. Theso wero succeeded In I8b! by Frank Ilurr, president; Will Hammond, vleo president; C. Y. Hinlth, secretary; W. E. Clnrk, master of ceremonies; A. Scott, treas urer. Tho Pleasant Hour Junior club reor ganized for tho season of 1800-01 Boptumber SM under tho nnmo of "Tho Assembly" and elected a now set of ofllcers, but ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

1 6 CKPITHL CITV COURIER. (fleagdrlggs 0 a poen, (hi IIh- wlnti'roflHTrt it tlUconiKilnto youth Kt-nliMl In u untoon In Han Kriniotncii, liln lant will noun, mill ulili iicinu In prMH-ct, mini Willi rciiiorno, iifrluiiix, for liln own tlrciirv imi, wrolo tlio follow I me iloRKorol IIiivn iiiuI nillctl II "Olio of Tin' IIojh." Aniillloron tin) ('liroiilrtiiorilitil clly wiih iiliown tlio poom Miiilitiivolilni ilvuiloiliirN for tint iriliictl(iii, mill lliiiiiiiiliryo pool wont IiIn wity. Thirteen yt'iimiriciruiiriN lio Inonn of tlin prniporou rlllfotiNor Lincoln. A parody on llm ih,ciii In "tint to THK Couiiikh hy Jlr. Imlrol, pro. iirletor of tlio Now York Truth, cnlltil tlio 'Iylti Iliitl .." Tim author or "Duo or Tlio lloyn," nolli-en tho iiovin. "That parody In laUoiifroin my own,'1 miy ho, ami turuliiK to an old Hi-rap Iiook produced tlitiorlKlniil, lieiir uu tho 1I11I0 or tVcoinhor 'JUth, mil. Tho mitlior, Tor linnlnoMN ron'oimdobit not winh lo poKi'iimi pool IhlnldiiK Hint II ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

CKPITHL- CITV COURIER. !F YOU DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS IN THE PARLOR FURNITURE! "What Is life -can you toll mo, pray?" I asked u poet I mot one- day, Tho iMiel smiled and answered mo, "MoonllKht, and roses, aim! mystery!" "What lsloe can you tell mo truly?" I asked a maiden fair to view, Sho blushed, and whispered low to mo, 'MoonllKht, and roses, and mystery I" Ilostou (Hobo. Our Hqw Railroad. E. C. HARTSHOM, The Upholsterer, I now looutocl in his NEW QUARTERS, at Sit South Eleventh street, Which Is one of (ho finest furnished mul best lighted salesrooms in tliu city. ITp- hoMored goods made up in Any Design or Size. A full line of fraimw for clnlrs, divans, rockers mid couches of nil kinds together with cove I lugs uiid trimmings of nil ilesct ip tlous carried in Ntock. Remodeling old frames ntid upholstering a specially. Mat tresses mmlt) to order mul old ones I enovnted. Samples of work miiy be seen In ninny of I.ln coIm'h finest homes, which is tho rccoiuinru (lit t ion. Your Patro...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

i8 CHPITKL CITV COURIER. A O. O. SHERWOOD, Ladies' Costumer! First Floor N. Y. Life liulldlng, ('in t ft Salesroom in the United Stales) OMAHA. NEB. JiipnnoKO, Iutlln. TurkUli, 1'nmlnn, Qorinnn ami l-'ronch Novelllc. Worth, Redfern and Lord A Talor Suilingt, .fniiien McCreery A Co. Nllk, Parlor i Millinery : and : Art : Goods. Imported Trimmings, Itcsltlonco 3017 Dodge. Tolephono 1472. Wo npnciul herewith 11 few Irttcri Kent by patrons to itiow tho satisfaction wo lmvo kIvaii, Wo iilso lmvo loiters from Mrs. H. I, Hill, Concord, N. II. j Mm. O. W. llainllton, Omiilui; Mrs. 1. Mendelssohn. Uinnhtt; Mr, (loo. H Gould, ntul ninny others. I choorfiilljr recommend C. C. Hhowooil'ii ilroumitklnjc ilcpiirttnont. Tho uowunhohiw iHtou inmlo for too hikvottoen ontlroly BulWfuc tory, nn to lit, ntylo and ilnlali. Hospectfully, MHH. APOU'II MKYI'.R, 1821 WiktHthkict. U. 0. SiiRiiwoon, Omahn, Nob., Nov. 2.', 1K0O. In reply of yours or 'iliul lust. I would ex. proM my willingness to comply with y...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

THE BUSINESS WOITH Lifb IjsisuRANce TKWART L. WOODFORD, one of the lending law yers of New York, said at a banquet recently given in Boston, where a large number of the most prominent business men of the country were represented: Gentlemen, in my experience during the last ten years I have known of hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been saved to the estates of men, who have died, through the benefits of life in surance, the ready money coming in just in time to keep the estates out of the courts In this age of speculation when men arc not satisfied with moderate profits, but seak immediate wealth, the risks of busi ness are greatly multiplied. To be enterprising now men must take great risks, and neither ability, cunning or industry can prevent risks from bringing losses, nor losses from producing bankruptcy, and this anxiety can be guarded against only by life insurance, which anticipates and provides for an)' emer gency which may arise. For a small expenditure one may go ...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 25 December 1890

: THE wggg GREAT RAILROAD SYSTEM OF THE WEST, Embracing 7000 miles of steel laid track and reaching the principal cities in 10 states. Ifilfff ALL THROUGH TRAINS ARE EQUIPPED WITH: PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS, Seats Free, LUXURIOUS DINING CARS, FAND EVERY APPLIANCE CALCULATED TO: s .1 INSURE THE GOMFORT " SAFETY OF PASSENGERS. DAILY THROUGH VESTIBULE TRAINS BETWEEN LINCOLN AND KIM DAILY THROUGH VESTIBULE TRAINS BETWEEN LINCOLN AND GHIBAGO -!THE BEST AND QUICKEST LINEfc- BETWEEN LINCOLN AND : Chicago, Peoria, Burlington, St. Louis, Omaha, Atchison, St. Joseph, Kansas City, AND ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. DENVER, CHEYENNE, BLACK HILLS, DEADWOOD, HOT SPRINGS, DAK., And all points in COLORADO, WYOMING, UTAH, MONTANA, and the Pacific Coast. A. C. ZIEMER, Ticket Agent, Cor. 10th and O Streets, LINCOLN, NEB. G. W. BON NELL, Ticket Agent, Union Depot, 7th and P Sts., LINCOLN, NEB. ( J. ITORAIVOIS, General Passenger Agent, OMAHA, NEB.

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital city courier. — 27 December 1890

,4' ,,(V lp6PilllR PAPER l AV.r.HI TI.WIS " Voi.. o No a Lincoln, Nkiikaska, Satuhiiay, Diccicmiikn 'J7. WOO. FWICIC 1IVIC ClCNTM 1 fc S' ' - V T11K THIKLKK. I'KW more steps mid hi Mill hove lutilud the lci of tho yoai's stairway. A few strides moio and HtiiniliiiK iiH)iillio tlni-sh-liolil of thi' now year, tvo logln another cHch in life. If A fuw du)s more mill tlio your 1MK) with Its joys mill sorrow h will lmvt faded Into tli iMiHt, leav ing only tho memory of Its happy nchlovi-innts unit dismal falltucH and tlio pioiulses of tin future. A fovvfli-etinghouisulid there will bo completed another spun In tlio bridge ofllfo. Those In whoso cxorlonco tho jo)s oi tliu liy gone months Imvo overshadowed till) ttoriOWH Will K.Tllllp1 fei'l II tlllgOOf regret OS till) old )oar N gOlllg out, vvhilu others who lmvo reason to remember tlio year liy Its crowning sorrow, will hull vvlth gladness IU departure and the Incoming of Hid now. If It weru only mis1IId to lilot out tlm recollec tion of...

Publication Title: Capital City Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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