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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 April 1895

i wmmmm Mr. George W, Tuley Benjamin, Missouri Good Advice r Quickly Followed Cured of Rheumatism by Hood's Sarsaparllla. "C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: M I was taken down with rheumatism orer a Tear ago. I was sick for orer six months. Often I would hare such pains that I could hardly endure them. A friend came to me and BdTlsedmeto try Hood's Sarsaparllla. I took him at his word and cot a bottle of It, and sine bars taken eight bottles of it v It Has Cured M lften the doctors could dome no good what rer.N After being benefited so much from this medicine I describe Hood's Sarsaparllla as a wonderful medicine. I also advise every one who Is troubled with rheumatism not to be with Hood's'Cures out Hood's Sarsaparllla I am a farmer, and the medicine has given il much energy and strength to perform my woMc" Gkoroz W. Tulxy, Benjamin, Missouri. Hood's Pills sure hand made, and perfect ta proportion and appearance. 26c. a box. THE COURIER COUNTY COURT. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In count...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 April 1895

J 18 F. G. ZEHRUJ4Q. Druggist. Funke Opera House, 12 th and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty -Toilet Articles. FINI DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. HOU I ML- -$!Tlie Grirocejrs, i Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1425 O. Tel.GlO. 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. Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. PAXTOX, HUtETT & DAVENPORT, Proprietors. Special attention to state trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street electric cars pass the door to and from all parts of the city. IN DOITBTtM Oom H.O- B THE ONLY DFI1CT IQUTHfTO THE SOUTH u. ap.it P.4T.1A D ap.T. Uk THE COURIER ISSUED -:- WEEKLY. Yon Can't Keep Foatod or D...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 April 1895

THE COUKJER 10 BURLINGTON ROUTE PLAYING CARDS Those elegant cards of the very beBt quality, only 15 cents por deck. For sale at B. & M. depot or city ticket office, corner Tenth and O streets. CALIFORNIA AND UTAH EXGURSIONS 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 85 for a double berth, Lin coln to Los Angeles. These 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 & Missouri depot or city ticket office, corner Tenth and O streets. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaranteed to cure Files and Constipa tion, or money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send two stamps for circular and Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered Phar macist, Lancaster, Pa. No postals answer ed. For sale by all first-class druggisst everywhere. H. T. Clarke Co., wholesale agents, Lincoln, Neb. ...

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

J. IL 1" If ao THE COURIER iMteEST ,. j- -. and BEST stock of Ingrain Carpets, Rugs I J jVrattiiafi; and Cnenille Onrtains. . 5,000 Ingrain Rugs 25 cents each. I. JStnitlx Sa Co., 1121 & 1123 n street. LANSING THEATRE iu;. -3 EI A. CHURCH, Manager, Nfext Week:' Atti?LGtio:rxu ttxesiay, apriiv 23. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BANJO 6bUB . . . . IYTO iiSiR. x -") j v 8s . PAT ROONBY Vt 1 : p, - - Jr COMEDY COMPANY EsaggygBWbeuw Jt" v"

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

VOL.. 10, No. 19. PRICE FIVE CENTS LINCOLN, NBB., SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1895. 4fjA ENTERED AT THE UKCOLN FOSTOFTICE AS 8ECOND-CLAS9 MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. FREE SILVER IN NEBRASKA i Subscription Rate la Advance. ; Per annum $200 I Three months 50c. Six months 100 One month 20c. 1 Single copies Fire cents. r For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains . , A limited number of advertisements will be inserted. Bates made known on application. Early last year, at the state convention of the league of republican clubs, held in this city, there was an out-cropping of free coinage senti ment. Only the presence of such sound money republicans as G. M. Lambertson and Allen W. Field prevented a declaration along the lines laid down by W. J. Bryan several years ago. Later, at the regular state convention in Omaha there was a second free silver demonstration, tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

THE COURIER P told that tbeir condition was due to the law or to society. 'Work while ye have light is a divine injunction. The parable of the talents is a justification of the man who is enterprising, who accum ulates, who enters into the spirit of the present industrial system. The golden rule is not a demand upon the strong to cease striving, nor upon the weak to continue in their weakness. It commands kindness, thoughtf utaess, gentleness. Christ taught responsibility. He taught self-reliance. He taught all the doctrines which justify a man in working out his own salvation industrial, mental, physical as well as spiritual. The drone, the grumbler, the disorganizer can find no case against society in the'Bible. Christ was not a revolu tionist He rendered 'unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's.' He laid no evils to the system of government. He only cried against wicked or corrupt individuals. The responsibility of the rich in being rich was not put upon society. It was put upon...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

THE COURIER hardly be demonstrated with mathematical exactness, and whilo tho writer is inclined to believe the doctrine as a seomingly necessary corrollary to tho omniscence and omnipresence of God, it is still not known in the sense in which we know things in their concrete form. If we are so prone to err in our hypothetical reasoning from con crete facts, should we not be somewhat modest in asserting that Christianity is an exploded superstition, or that doctrinal theology is fraught only with evil. To the writer, tho influence of Christianity upon history, and tho evolution of civilization has been such as to entitle it a most respectful hearing and acceptance, no system of philosophy offering anything better to satisfy the universal ljnging of mankind; and while the wrier does not concern himself in the least with creeds, ho is just optimistic enough to believe that denominational and doct trinal theology was created for a purpose which is being subserved before our very eyes, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

,i ir THE COURIER .- AT THE THEATRES. It has been a rather dull week, the University of Michigan glee and banjo club and Effie Ellsler at the Lansing, and the Spooners at the Funke, making up the sum of the week's attractions. The season is practically over. Both houses hare some scattering attrac tions left, but they will come few and far between. The Spooners opened their week at the Funke Monday night to an audience that overflowed the seating capacity of the house. They have given entertainments nightly since, and tonight they will close their engagement with one of their favorite comedies. There will also be a matinee this afternoon when "Little Lord Fauntleroy" will be presented. The Spooners have played in Lincoln so often and are so generally known that a criticism of them is trite, and besides one does not feel like criticising on organi zation that plays for "10, 20 and 30." All through the west these people have a clientele peculiarly their own, and in this city, as elsew...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

THE COURIER ment wero made that a well known woman was to poso entirely nude in the Madison Square Garden the place would be crowded to overflowing with men and boys 'in the interest of art.' Could a comic opera be a success without tights? There are persons who would doubt if such a thing could be possible. Yet a comic opera was presented in this city early in the season and not one of the chorus wore tights. This fact, however, did not hinder its success a patticle. My own experience has been that the public is always eager to support a good, wholesome play that is entertaining. The play must have a strong heart interest and must teach a lesson. The day of the good, wholesome dra ma is not far away. It has made its appearance in certain parts of the country already. Out side of Now York there is no such thing as a living picture craze. Another thing to bo thankful for is the fact that the public will not have Isben, and I think his followers will quickly see the error of their way...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

a THE OOURIER i 6ANFIELD ON EDUCATION. 7T S the time for the departure of Chancellor Can field draws (ViY nearer the loss which the chancellor's resignation will A. A. entail is felt more and more keenly. That strong, aggres sive personality has been a leading element in the upbuilding of the university, and every department of the great institution will feel the loss of his powerful influence. The chancellor has been one of the most indefatigable workers 'he university has known, and he has obtained a wonder ful grasp of all details in the management of his charge. Nothing has es caped him. He has labor ed for the general good of the university, and for the good of each separate department. His ability and his energy have accom plished wonders. It has been said that the chan cellor was sorely disap pointed ovc the action of the legislature in the matter of appropriations, and that his resig nation really means that he has lost faith in the cause, or the future, of genuine education...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

iKHiir !MIMB The fin de siecle society man is dis cussed by "A Former Society Girl" in u 1 K! yfllfl communication to the New York Herald, I lftk JW She says: "Ever sinco the engagement of one of our heiresses to a French nobleman was announced endless criti- vV -J5 cism both for and against these inter national marriages have appeared in the press. One able article, which argued that tho New York society girl did not meet the self made stalwart American man in society, but was entirely surrounded by men of social prominence, who were naturally not bo attractive to her as the man of the same typo who was 'a finished product of the Old World courtliness,' has been refuted by the counter argument of a society woman whose pen has given the world many little stories. This woman says that, with few excep tions, these great social events, on a single one of which thousands of dollars are spent, are all paid for by the hard working business man, the husband and father of the society belle;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

ifii"66tnSffiK- 8 Last week at, Grand Rapids, Mich., there was a reunion of the six sons of ex-Chancellor Fairfield, and according to local newspaper comment, it was a very jolly gathering. It had been about twelve years since a similar gathering had been held and the boys made the most of the opportunity to renew acquaintanceship. Those who were present besides Dr. Fairfield and his wife were: E. Burritt Fairfield of Grand Rapids. Ed M. Fairfield of Omaha, George D. Fairfield of De Pauw univereity, Greencastlo, Ind., Cnarles T. Fairfield, of the Journal, Eaton Rapids, Mich., John M. Fairfield of Lincoln and Ernesto. Fairfield, also of Lincoln. The only members ofthe family who were not present were Mrs. H. H. Wiltse of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Allen W. Field of this city. H. E. Mitchell left Tuesday for a three week's viBit in Chicago. Beta Theta Pi will entertain Friday, May 3, at the residence of Ernest Ames. C. G. Dawes came on from Chicago for a few- days this week. Dr. E. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

THE NATIONAL GAME Wait for May 2. Peoria will be the first victim. Kreig will join the Rockfords. 'V' No games in Lincoln until May 2. t Kennedy is one of the fastest men who ever played in Lincoln. t The new uniforms are on exhibition at the Globe clothing house. t Jacksonville has secured White and Sonior of the Indiunopolis team. t The city league promises to entertain the lovers of the game while the league club is away. t McKibben is not showing up well in the Des Moines exhibition ' games-and it is more than probable that ho will bo transferred to the outfield. t Van Buren played the outfield in Kansas City that won him much praise. Manning eayB that he ib a wonder and the young fellow is hitting the ball. t Will some enterprising photographer get in his work on Buck Ebright's colts? There seems quite a demand for photo's of the future champions. T The Sunday games will be played at Courtland. The Union Pacific will run a special train from Lincoln and the faro will bo 50c for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

ON THE OTHEISIDE. (Written for Tub Codbieb by C. Y. Smith.) June 28, Stirling Scotland. "Do you think this is tho right road to the castle, O. y?" "Guess it is, Frank. lie said take the narrow street to the right leading up the hill, you will probably find it full of children." As we proceeded I remarked to Frank, "He was right about tho children. Did you ever see so many? Look out you don't step on some of them." If Scotland has has no other redeeming quality, she is to be con gratulated on her children. Their name is legion. Healthy and strong and with a ruddy glow fairly blooming on their cheeks that is most promising. It is a characteristic of the Scotch that one first notices. After we reached the top of the hill we entered a large open space in the centre of which stands a large bronze statuo of Hubert Bruce. On the campus to the right a compuny of Scotch soldiers were drawn up in battle array, presenting a novel sight to us in their highland costume. We pass under the gate un...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

fiffrawrR i gT- irr cut in stono present examples of rare and esquisito workmanship. Various figures of monstrous shapo and curious expression grin from tho sloping buttresses and other prominent pluces. In the words of Sir Walter: If thou wouldst view fair Melroso aright Go visit it by the pale moonlight, For the gay beams of lightsome day Gild, but to flout, the ruins grey When the broken arches are black in night And each shafted oriel glimmers white When buttress and buttress alternately "- ' Seem framed of ebon and ivory; - When distant Tweed is heard to rave And the owlet to hoot o'er the dead man's grave; Then go but go alone the while; t Then view St. David's ruined pile; And homo returning, soothly swear. Was never scene so sad and fair. July 1. Leave Melroso at 9 a. m. for London; enrouto we pass York cathedral, an immense structure of Gothic architecture and Peterborough cathedral where Catherine of Arragon is buried and which first received the mortal remains of Mary Que...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

ON THE WHEEL,. The race track is now an assured fact. Under the direction of the Capital City Cycling club Adna Dobson has surveyed and placed the stakes fo r a one-lhird mile bicycle track at Lincoln park and Manager H. 0. Hoblt has the contract for constructing the same. It is to be a reproduction of the famous Denver track, thirty feet wide on the back stretch, ends twenty-five feet and finish thirty five feet The contract calls for its completion by May 15th. It will be constructed of natural Boil and worked down and rolled to make it the fastest track in the west. The accommodations for the public at the races will be materially improved. The grand stand will be moved to the west of the track and the seating capacity increased. The boys are making arrangements for a number of interesting events on the new track this year the first of which will be on Decoration Day. An inter-state .circuit is also being talked of, to comprise cities in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kan sas. The ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

sasns -J THEOOUKJER 13 RONDELS THREE. (Written for Tax Cocrikr.) f i "IP t'" V o T. .ST' ?r, THE 'Tis made of sticks and point laco, FAN The fan my lady plays with so, And as it flutters to and fro It seems a thing of life and grace. It has no sure abiding place. Now here, now there, its laces blow. Sometimes it hides her witching face; Again it sweeps the floor below. I idly watch it and I trace A language in its movements slow, It speaks to me I bolder grow I stoop to kiss my lady's face. I kiss instead a lifeless space 'Tis made of sticks and point and laco. i 4. Zj I W X".i THE Oh, all this world seemB stale and flat HAT For when a play I go to see There always sits in front of me A woman with a monstrous hat. Ah, yes, I hear, but what of that? I'm still completely lost at sea, For though I know the play I'm at 'Tis surely out of sight to me. If men at plays so rudely sat And acted half as selfishly, This world I'm sure would shortly see All men, sans eyes, sans hair, sans hat, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

FUNKg OPERA HOUSE. BMSAKK O. 2&EBRIXKG9 Manager. WEEK COMMENCING- MONDAY, APRIL 22. THE SPOONERS AND TEE SPOOttW CQftUW- C0PKW THIS EVENING A RATTLING COMEDY. Dtiesclar, JVP1 30. PHIkHARMONIG ORGHESTRA. LAST CONCERT OP THE SERIES. TUBiSBAY, JSXATY I-3-. Remeriyi li THE HUNGARIAN VIOLINIST. 1 j- -v

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

a2if WE J5 draN&&&&:4 NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between M.I.Aitkin and Frank Mauritzius under the firm name of Aitkin and MauritziuB, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Frank Mauritzius collecting all accounts due the firm and assuming all liabilities. M. I. Aitkin. Frank Mauritzius Lincoln, Neb., April 1 1893. SHERIFF SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtuo of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster County, in an action wherein Mitchell Harrison is plaintiff, and Major G. Bohanan et al are defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock p. in., on tho 14th day of May A. D. 181)3, at thoeast.door of the courthouse, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction tho following de described real estate to wit: Lots number one (1) two (2) and three (3) in block number sixty-nine (69) in the c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 April 1895

---. Kv -irty&r''' 16 THE COURIER PROSE POEMS. Written for Tax Cockier. Spring was asleep. She lay on a cold couch wrapped in a white coverlet The Prince, South Wind, happened to wander by, and he saw her lying there and he kissed her playfully on the cheek. She opened her eyes, and behold! the woods were full of violets every where. She moved her head, and her yellow hair fell down and swept the earth, and buttercups, daffodils and jonquils Bprang up and made the fields look its though they were paved with shining gold. She raised her arms and tall white resurrection lilies lifted their cups toward the eun. She arose from her couch and her gown enveloped the earth with its tender green folds. She spoke, and the woods were filled with bird choirs, and the laughter of brooks. And Spring took great garlands of flowers in her arms, and South Wind took censers and filled them with the sweetest incense, and they went dancing together through the earth. And if you look out of your win...

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