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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 March 1895

. m- G. M. LAMBERTSON, Attontf' t-Lam, IIUKK BLOCK. LEGAL NOTICE. First Publication, Fob. 2.5. To John Warner, Frank W. Lewis, John Frain, Abbie L volcott, John S. Gregory, E. Mary Gregory, Lizzie II. E. Wilkins, Egbert Starr, truBtee, A. Stone and Fred O. Ellis. You and each of you are hereby noti fied that on the 4th day of December, 1804, Silas II. Burnham, trustee, as plaintiff, began an action against you and other defendants in the district court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. Plaintiff in his petition alleges that on or about the 7th day of August, A. D., 1893, James II. McMurtry and Amanda E. McMurtry executed and delivered to Silas H. Burnham, trustee for the American Exchange National Bank, certain warranty deeds for the following described property, to-wit: Lot No. 36 in the southeast quarter of section 30, township 10 north, range 7 fast of the 6th principal meridian; also lot 2 except 25 'by 42 feet in the northeast corner in block 2 of McMurtry "s addition to Lin coln,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 9 March 1895

THE COURIER THE LANSING THEATRE KD A. OHTJROIT, Manager. i; IE' I 18 MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 11 and 12 "TVIO 0D CROWDS." S. L. GEISTHARDT, Attornet-at-Law, BCBR BLOCK. NOTICE TO HON RESIDENT DEFENDANTS. First Pub. Feb. 16. To Illinois National Bank of Springfield, Illi nois, Martin Bums. S. V. Willis, first real namo unknown. Malrina C. Hums. J. T. Crawford, first real name unknown, Russell and Company, Edel Brothers, A. W. Morris, first real name unknown, Simons & Kobn, P. Josserand and Brother, V. E. Blanchard and Company and Edward F. Leeak, non resident defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that in an action begun by E. H. Pearson, as plain tiff, against the Badger Lumber Company and others, as defendants, the Philadelphia Mort gage a"-d Trust Company, as intervener anil defendant, filed its answer qnd cross petition against you and other defendants in the dis- -trict court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, the object of which is to foreclose a certain m...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

VOL. 10, No. 13. PRIGE FIVE CENTS j$vft. M & LINCOLN, NBB., SATURDAY, MARCH 16. IS95. " vfer- kiA K. . C.T !K lS t ft .&- ??? ft 1 3 " j t O . Some people in Lincoln and else where speak with two of the so-called NEW WOMAN or the WOMEN'S MOVEMENT, and they have much to say of the great sweep of tho land slide into the morasses of culture and independence. Women are go ing to emancipate themselves, and the woman of the future is going to bo identified with something else besu'es baby carriages and kitchen concoctions. She is going to take her rightful place by the side of man, and if necessary she will push him away and take his place. Not many months ago when Coxey started with his gang of strag glers from Massilon, O., to march upon Washington predicting that ho would reach tho national capital at tho head of a million men, there were plenty of people who "viewed with alarm" this uprising of ''labor" and who were certain that it portended tho most grave and revolutionary de...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

- -ji r n' THE OOURIER mcntcd unfavorably in our bearing on this overdoing of tbe syndi cate business. People in Lincoln and Nebraska would rather read of what concerns Lincoln and Nebraska than the stories and "mis cellany' with which the Journal now crowds its pages. The gen eral articles prepared by the syndicates are as a rule decidedly in ferior, and the articles that purport to contain news are offensively unreliable they must necessarily be, written as they are wteks in advance of tho events they attempt to describe. As an illustration of tho inaccuracy and unreliability of this syndicate trash wo may cite the articles heralding the Gould-Castellane wedding thatap- pcarcd in tho Journal a few days prior to the ceremony. One of these articles in particular gave an elaborate description of the de tails of of the approaching wedding, which was to be celebrated not at the Gould residence but at the Catholic church. The article read like a chapter of Revelations. There were to be ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER was south a few days ago and heard Mis Yaw sing: When Miss Yaw sings, when Miss Yaw sings, You think you hear tho angels' wings And haips of many sounding strings. When Miss Yaw singB. When Miss Yaw sings, when Mibs Yaw Bings, Your soul is stirred by all tho things That memory to emotion brings; When Miss Yaw sings. .lc , fezy . . J&Vi3S!fl?Vr . y- ?S-- JiXJh, ffil3ISt5fifCLC5 E T r kS ? - Pa. Am As an indication of returning confi dence and hope in Nebraska the inflow of settlers into this state may be cited. At Council Bluffs, Blair and Nebraska City prairie schooners are daily crossing over the Missouri river bound for points in Nebraska. It is estimated that fully fifty families come into the state in this way every day. This has been going on for some weeks, and the num ber of teams is said to bo steadily increasing. A large proportion are farmers who were victims of the scare that was felt in the drouth stricken districts last fall, and they are returning to Ne...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

liWWWPOU'JW THE COURIER It isu't very clear just how be will do it, but a good many people have an undisguised fear that Weir may somehow slip in again. As usual some of the republican nominees for the city council are distinguished solely for their incapacity or Mack of fitness for the discharge of the important duties of councilmen. Saffron colored dogs get onto the republican ticket as councilmanic candidates with discouraging ease. Tho effectiveness of resolutions passed at ward and city conven tions is decidedly problematical. To a very limited extent the lions and the lambs got together in the Fifth ward. It was a somewhat novel experience. cians. He was utterly without principle, and after a couple of years he and his methods became so well known that the field once pro ductive, got to be very hard to work, and one day he suddenly left town, going nobody knew whither. Men like Jones are in some demand in a campaign such as is now being waged in this city and lately there has ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COUKiER Miss Bauman of Omaha gavo a Kensington in honor of Miss Katharine Kluetsch of Lincoln, who is visiting her. ! a $- iM sMi HE -ft jAcxwi: (; Iff IB fcjfeny.V..J- ' PH March bids fair to bo a dull month, socially. Lent and the fag end of the season bring rest to those who have been in the whirl, though "the whirl" did not thiB season assume very formidable proportions. In the early part of next month thero will be a few dancing parties, after which society will settle itself for the summer or pre pare for the usual visitation to the warm weather resorts. Fortunate are those who won't have to stay at homo and watch the condition of the corn crop. The Lincoli. Shorthand club gave a reception to the stenograph ers of this city at the Lansing theatre last Saturday evening. About three hundred invitations were issued and both of the halls wero well filled." An orchestra was present and those who cared to dance enjoyed themselves in that manner. Card tables wero provided for tho...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

6 THE COURIER Many Lincoln people are planning to go to St. Lou'ib to the Grand opera which goes to that city after its Chicago engagement. The first night at the auditorium was unusually brilliant even for a first night. The boxes 6parklod with jewels, shoulders and flowers and the parquet and dress circle took up the glitter and carried it across to the other side. Tho whole spectacle was like an immense jeweled cluster set in black and white enamel. dress before the federation of university clubs in the Windy city. To read about gay scenes and lovely eoundn that they see and hear in great cities makes the dweller in a little town forget his blessings. Lincoln is air and grass ahead of Chicago and will be for a long time. Chicago, in fact, will never catch up with Lincoln's largo1 open spaces where tho multitude can -breathe and gaily disport. William Reed Dunroy was in'Omaha this week. Tuesday evening at the Funke opera house the Philharmonic so ciety gavo its second concert befo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER and effective situations, and presented by a competent company it is an attraction of tho first rank. it,- .- W&Vftl wwy 11 w - H m.W4L '-.rii n 4 2 -i mums Tho theatres wore closed this week with tho oxception of Tuesday night when tho Philharmonic orchestra gave a concert at the Punke. Tho tail end of tho season is iRapproaching and both theatres are receiving notices of cancellation of dates. Davo Hcnder- ' V son. of tho Chicaco opera house, says mis is tuo most disastrous theatrical season in many years. A crrnt manv immnanies have trono to tho wall, ho says, and none of the managers have ventured to bring out any expensive produc tions. This is probably all true, but taking everything into con sideration Lincoln has not much to complain of. The Lansing and the Punko have made every effort to secure good attractions, and if a number of inferior shows have failed to materialize, tho better class of companies that have appeared hero compare favorably, both as to qu...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER THE NATIONAL) GAME $& ' I J pr stre M W, ' f3iT?vra:-im. .n. : -sCA. Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Dawes aro residing at the Auditorium in Chi cago. Governor llolcomb is examining Lincoln real estale with a view to buying a house. Humor has it that Miss Fannio Hawley, of this city, and Mr. Fred Smyser, of Boston, will bo married in June. There seems to be no adequate foundation for the rumor that the Commercial club will give a series of daily dances in Bohanan hall the iatter part of the month. It is said that a published census of the reputable people in this city who aro addicted to the morphine habit would be something more than a seven days" sensation. The startling information was this week made public that Tom Cooke is losing tlesh. It is reported on excellent authority that sev enteen pounds have been lost In the last few weeks. Mr. Cooke has decided not to advertise for the recovery of the lost tissue. He says there is plenty more where that came from, and ho accepts t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER fortune hunters, this country is subjected to an enormous strain. It is important that steps be taken immediately to relieve it. This marrying of American heiresses and penniless foreigners isunrepub lican and unpatriotic. America for Americans. American girls for American young men. American money for American paupers. IXTIUO AT TBK LUJCOLW rOSTOmCK A8 MCONIXXABS MATTKK. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Elevonth St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON 8MITH, EoiTOR. LUTE H. HORSE, ... Business Manaoer. Subscription Rate la Advance. Per annum $200 I Three months 50c. Six months 100 I One month 20c. Single copies Fire 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 mado known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 1C, 1894. There are several distinctively Lincoln that Mr. Rosewater has not yet attacked, time! concerns and interests But give the little m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

10 THE COUKJER BITS OF LIFE'S MOSAIC. (Written for Tbk Cockier.) LIFE is a strange thing. We map out for ourselves a path strewn with flowers. We see a rosy future and with light. ' hearts we go gaily along. But some day a great high un looked for barrier rears its walls across our path. It is as forbidding as death. The rosy path we had hoped to tread has come to an end. On either side. we see a thorny path. Darkness and anguish are in the place of the flowers and light. We cannot return; life is ever going ahead. The only way we can do is to push our way through the thorns. Our hands may be lacerated, our brows marked by lines deep chisled by the hand of care, but on wo must go. And now we are apt to to weave a sable pall for the whole world. We think that because we are in sorrow that all the world is. But it is not so. There is sunshine and happiness everywhere. Our little Borrows are nothing, but to ourselves. The blackness that has entered our lives is but a tiny fleck in the ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER 11 wt. A CAR bOAD OF "AID." Needy Farmers Disport Themselves in Dressing "Swallow Tails." Gowns and WHEN western Nebraska and Kansas called for aid respon ses came from every part of the United States. The sufferers needed almost everything that men and women and particularly children, of which the frontier has always more than its share, can need to sustain life. The farmers were, and are yet, in need of the bare necessities of life, plain food, fuel and clothes but the aid sent to them illustrates the different ideas of what con-' stitutes necessities. The supplies sent from nearby points came almost entirely from farmers who knew exactly what the conditions required. What they sent, either in food or clothes, was plain and substantial. - .. The Christian Hcrald'ol New York gathered a large number of car loads of food and clothing, particularly the latter. When one of its cars would reach a town which was to be made a center of dis tribution, the first day was set asid...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

IS THE COURIER M1 I I . - ! -ii "?i 3 S . v- 0 - '- 'S5 -sy :? t3 -va 4& -r i i. '

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

13 ". G. ZZHRUQ. ? : I I 'if-! Funke Opera House, 12tn and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty- -Toilet Articles. FINI DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 O street. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. X SOKr- -ytTlie Grocers. Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1425 0. Tel. 610. Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. PAXTOX, HUI.ETT & DAVENPORT, Proprietors. Special attention to stato trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street electric cars pass tho door to and from all parts of the city. miw noimtm IS THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTFjTO THE SOUTH Com etxxCL See Uau H. O. Towwumm. Pm Dianu, Q. P. AT. Act. O. P. AT. Aft StLrakTlU 12010 H THE COURI...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

14 THE COURIER CALIFORNIA AND UTAH EXCURSIONS The Burlington runs on every Thursday a tourist sleeper, leaving Lincoln at 12:15 p. m. for Salt Lake, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Only $5 for a double berth, Lin coln to Los Angeles. Three excursions have proved very successful from the fact that they are conducted personally by a Burlington employee. For full information regarding tickets, apply at Burlington fc Missouri depot or city ticket office, corner Tenth and O streets. We have seen a number of watch chains ornamented with a pretty" charm in the shape of a watch case opener, which obvi ates the use of a knife or fingernail to open the watch. They are sent free on request by the Keystone Watch Case Company, of Philapelphia, Pa. Your jeweler here may have one for you; if not, send to Philadel phia. The Keystone Watch Case Company is the largest concern of its kind in the world. Its capacity is 2500 cases per day. It man ufactures every description of case, but its great special...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER 15 lt. hr Hip "For Years," Bays Cabbie E. Stockwell, of Chester field, N. II., "I was afflicted with an extremely severe pain In the lower part o the chest. The feeling was as It a ton weight was laii. on a spot the size of my hand. Dur ing the attacks, the perspiration woulu stand iu droits on my face, and It was t agony for me to 'make sufficient effort even to whis per. They came suddenly, at any hour of the day or night, lasting from thirty minutes to half a day, leaving as suddenly, ,but, for several days after, I was quite pros trated and sore. Sometime; Hie attacks wero almost dally, then less Ire. nient. After about four years of this suffering, I was taken down with bilious typhoid fever, and when I began to recover, I had the worst attack of my old trouble I ever experienced. At the first of the fever, my mother gave meAyer's Tills, my doctor recommending them as being better than anything he conld prepare. I continued taking these Tills, and so great was the b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

IS THE COURIER S. L. GEISTHARDT, ATTOKNEV AT LAW. BURK BLOCK. NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT DEFENDANT. First Publication February 23. To James S. Small, Ada K. Small, his wife, H. J. Potter, first real name un known. Amy A. Potter, bis wife, John W. Thomas, Mrs. Thomas, his wife first real name unknown, Patrick Barnett, Mrs. Barnott, bis wife, first real name unknown, Job P. Kirby, M. Hittinger, first real name unknown, Maplo City Soap AVorks, Phoebe W. Grant, George W. Burtia, Lester Groat, Frank P. "Walton, Ferdinand Westhern & Sons, a co-partnership, and Julia M. Webb, non-resident defendants: You'anl each of you are hereby noti Ged that on August 2, 1894, The Clark & Leonard Investment Company, as principal, began an action against you and other defendants in the district court of Lancaster county. Nebraska, the object of which is to foreclose the following mortgages on land in Lancas ter county, to-wit: A mortgage on all of block 5 except lot number 21 in Maple wood Addition to...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

THE COURIER 17 G. M. LAMBERTSON, Att.ri y-A-Law, HURR BLOCK. LEGAL NOTICE. First Publication, Feb. 23. To John Warner, Frank W. Lewis, John Frain, Abbio H. Wolcott, John S. Gregory, E. Alary Gregory, Lizzie H. E. Wilkins, Egbert Starr, trustee, A. Stone and Fred O. Ellis. You and each of j ou aro hereby noti fied that on the 4th day of December, 1894, Silas II. Burnham, trustee, as plaintitr, began an action against you and other defendants in the district court j Lancaster County, Nebraska. FlaintitT in his petition alleges that on or about the 7th day of August, A. D., 1893, James II. McMurtry and Amanda E. McMurtry executed and delivered to Silas II. Burnham, trusteo for the American Exchange National Bank, certain warranty deeds for the following described property, to-wit: Lot No. 36 in the southeast quarter of section 30, township 10 north, range 7 past of the 6th principal meridian; also lot 2 except 25 .by 42 feet in the northeast corner in block 2 of McMurtry 's addition to...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

I- 18 THE COURIER THE BURLINGTON ROUTE PLAYING CARDS I $ Fl I I 1 O AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000 Su.xrla, $100,000 OFFICERS: N. S. Hakwood, President. Ciias. A. Hakna, Vice President. F. M. Cook, Cashier. C. & Lippincott, AMiiUint Cashier. H. 8. Fbecxan, Assistant Cashier. MASTERS SALE. First Publication February 2. Docket O, Number 281. In The Circuit Court of The Uniti States, for the District of Nebraska. Ashley B. LaFluek, complainant, VB Jackson E. Montrose et al, defendants In Chancery. Foreclosure Of Mortgage. Public notice is hereby given that in pursuance and by virtue of a decree entered ir the above cause on the 9th day of July 1894, I, E. S. Dundy, Jr., Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Dis trict of Nebraska, will, on 20th day of March, 1895, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the east door of the Lancaster county court hous building in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, state and district of Nebra...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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