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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. Jfcvfc". r ' "v r r c- 1 , .- ; - THE THEATRES. One entertainment at the Fuake aad one at the Lansing comprise the weeks attractioBB at the local theatre. A bet ter showing will be made next week. The war song concert at the Funke Monday evening was enjoyed by a large audience. Selections from war songs were sung by soloists and a large chorus under the direction oC Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond. A feature of the ent ertainment was the drilling by the university cadets aod the Light Infan try company. A considerable sum was turned over to the W. 0. A. as the result of the concert. Apropos of Sousa's forthcoming visit to Lincoln the following interview, pub lished the other day, is of interest: "All music is good when treated well. There is a piece of music we play 'The Critic's Dream. I should like any one to hear that before condemning popular music." "Is it such a beautiful example of the popular style?" was asked. "It is a common little melody 'Annie Rooney of the kind that ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. iSivtW' " KHiwutD at the uxcolk pobtoftick as which is included half of the state of Ne- second-clam mattek. braska is plain. Mr. Smythe, having . given much practical study to the sub- rcBLisiiED every SATURDAY BY ject, is able to point out the boundless . -..., possibilities of the future with intelli- in mm mm. erir. zxz OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. frequent expression has been given to Teleplione 384. the hope that Nebraska might be cut in two, and the western part made a w. morton smith, Ed,tor. separate state. The day will .come, we believe, when this section of Nebraska Subscription Ku-in Advance, will be the pride and mainstay of the Per annum J2 00 state. Six months 100 Three months.................. SO 000 SecopiM.V.VVRTVcenU.""20 LOOKING FORWARD Two of the best TO THE offices in Lancas- Forale at all new stand In this city and FALL CAMPAIGN ter county are Sltalj Srfdwrtbemwu will bo held by populists. The steriff is a popu- inserted. Rates mndo known on appl...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. '.-.. WOODEN MEN'S TAfeK. Few persons in this city are keener observors of men and things than Ed. Young's Indian. Frank DuTeil's Red Dude is his chief rival. The Indian and the -Red Dude each have a distant manner- toward tho other: -They-never get nearer each other than two blocks. t-t Tho other day somebody told the Indian that the Red Dude had given it out in confidence that tho Lincoln base ball team would not finish the season better than third. The Indian becamo agitated at once. His usual placid manner vanished. He puffed out- his thin cheeks, aud there was a look as of bloodlh Els eye. t-t "Wot de 'ell!" ho exclaimed to a group of sympathetic bystanders. "Wot does dat wooden man in red tights know about de game, anyway? Say, some people makes me tired, and de Red Dude leads de parade. See? If doj would jess shake themselves off dis earth de rest of us would 'joy ourselves. Dey are rocky, aDd dey ought to be ground up, anddere dust.it ought ter be blowed away. J...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

8 THE COURIER. CANF1BL.D AND PRIZE FIGHTS. Last week's Courieb k. authority for the following statement which came as an echo from the "distinguished" pugilistic parlors of which this centre of learning and intelligence seems to boast: "While the crowd was waiting for the the fight to begin, someone suddenly B&id, 'There's Chancellor Canfield.' There was a man present who looked like the chancellor, but he assured The Codrieb pugilist that he was not Canfield." If, indeed, our worthy chancellor so clmielv resembles a patron of these fighting resorts as to be mistaken for such a person, we would suggest in the name of good order, common decency, humaness; and in behalf of our city of schools, the fair reputation of our noblo state university, and the credit of our glorious state that he who so grandly represents all these fundamental elements of our statos ultimate possibilities, obligingly chauge or modify that "something ' which likens him to the man who fraternizes with "sport...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. gvuil city mm cub RoomB 12, 13 and 14, at No. 141 south Twelfth street, in the Zehrung block. The rooms are always open to visiting wheelmen, who are invited to make themselves at home there when in the city. MEETINGS. Regular business meeting second Tuesdayof each month. Meeting of board of directors second Wednesday of each month. Election of officers the first Tuesday in Match of each year. OFFICERS. President Ed M. Allen. Vice President-S. M. Mills, Secretary.Treasurer F. G. Yule. Seargant-at-arms E. K. Milmine. Board of directors Ed M. Allen S. M. Mills P. G. Yule E. E. Walton A. R. Edmiston C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFICERS. Captain P. V. rioagland. First Lieutenent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant H. W. Peters. Club Runs. May 12 Hickman, 1G miles. Start 8:30 a. m. Dinner. Return at 2 p. m. This run is for the ladies, and they are all invited to attend. May 19 Seward, 26 miles, via Ger mantown. Start. 7 a. m. Dinner. Return, 3 p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. IO B NOTES AND COMMENT. "The Adventures of Captain Horn,' is the name of book. Frank R. Stockton's new herbook"ATVheel Within a Wheel." This book imparts to the world the facts of how Hiss Willard learned to ride a wheel. The good woman probably learned just as any other woman would learn, and there was no necessity for Oh the outside of 'the ladies' Home Journal for May is a panel by Albert Lynch, reproduced from "The Woman's Book." Inside there is, among many other things," another meeting of John Kendrick Bangs' "Paradise Club," Flor- Something less than a twelve-month spoiling so much good paper in making ence Nightingale at-Seventy-four," and ago, in reviewing "juarceiia in tnese columns, the writer gave vent to bis dislike of novels written for a purpose and expressed his preference for a simple, old-fashioned stories with tho plain, natural lovo element. Mr. James Aitken, of this city, and one or two others, in communications published in a book about it. The new...

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

THE COURIER. zi fen?' 1" (r- ' -.5-5 J IN CHANCERY. Order on absent defendant. A, B. COFFROTH. Attor uj'it-Law, First Publication April 6. ORDER ON ABSENT DEFENMNT. IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, Fob The District Of Nebraska. At the session of the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of Nebraska, continued and held pursuant to adjournment, at the United States Court room in the city of Lincoln on the 28th day of March 12!fi the Honor able Elmer S. Dundy, "ji'dge, being present and presiding in said Court, the following, among other procedings, were had and done, to wit: No. Forty-nine R. Anglo American .Land. Mortgage. and agency Co., Limited. Complainant, vs. Valley Loan and Trust Company et al. Defendants And now. on this 28 day of March A. D. 1895, being at the January term, A D. 1895 of the said court, it having been made to appear to the satisfaction of the said court that this is a suit commenced to enforce a lien upon real property within the said ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 May 1895

THE COURIER. xs iM&T ' k r and J3KST stock of Ingrain Carpets, Rugs, Mattings ana Chenille Curtains. . 5,000 Ingrain Rugs 25 cents each. - 41 I. Smitlx & Oo, 1121 & 1123 N STREET. G. ZZHRUIQ. Druggist 5 TO CALIFORNIA Is our Sleeping Car Kate on tliel'liillips-Rock Island Tourist Excursions from Council Mulls Omaha or Lincoln to Los AtiRolc-s or San F ran cisco via tho Scenic Uoulo and Ogden. Car leaves Dos Moines every Friday, and sleeping car rate from there is $5.50 You hnvo through sleeper, and the Phillips' inangomont lias a special agent accompany the excursion each week, and you w ill save money and have excellent arcomodntion, as tho cars liavo upholstered spring Feats, are Pullman build, and appointments perfect. Address for full particulars, JMO. SEBASTIAN. C. P. A. Chicaga. CHAS. KENNEDY, Gen. W. Pass. A. C. A. RUTHERFORD. 0. P. & T. A. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. 104r O St. Cor. 11th, Lincoln, Neb. Funke Opera House, 12th and O Sts. Prescriptions...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

14 I jgaaygBBsagcBHqgaitttt&w t &mmS?Km WOMIMtk y.GMs. 10, Io. 22. tRRlGE :F;iy.B..CBNJ-$ LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MAY 18. 1895. OBSERVATIONS. 5 ir T "J H iff XA I WITHIN the last year the Chi cago morning newspapers have followed up the prior invasion of Nebraska territory by a ,vigoraus policy of .advertising and canvassing; and,tho(piogres8 that they hare made is phenomenal. The Chicago papers nqw reach Omaha a little jiftqr dinner time, and, they are for sale in this city soon after 4 o'clock. The Tribune, Record, Times-Herald and Inter-Ocean ,each has aubecription patron ago inLjqcoln running up ,into the hundreds. The steady advance being made by these papers recalls tne remarKs maue in these columns a year and a half agp. 7In discussing the enterprise of the Chi cago newspapers I said it was only a ' question of time when Nebraska's three big dailies, the JJee, Vorld-Herald and " c' State Journal, would be compell ed to draw in some of their tendrils and r be content ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report DrMtl Baking ti 4r jMesa Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE the biggest adventurers that over traded upon the credulity of Lincoln people. Ho is a mountebank of the most pronounced type. Croan works the educational system racket just as other mountebanKs worked lottery schemes. Ho doesn't caro anything about the educational part of it All ho is after is the money. It is easier to fool the people with a scheme of that kind than with some others because, until very recently, the charlatans and fakirs kept out of the school field. Croan left Shenandoah, Iowa, under a cloud of smoke that arose from the ashes of his "college." It seems that his five years contract with the people of Shenandoah had just expired when the building burned down. Consequently the in surance money was his. In this city ho succeeded in getting a number of prominent business men interested in his project, and today several of theso gentlemen are in a c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

Buggsagswgggg 41 I 4 THE COURIER. L'J $ 640, wbero bo is buried. lite paint ings which are seen in almost every gallery in Europe, number about two thousand and treat of most every sub ject. -'When be died there ended a career that hardly finds a parallell in the history of art for its eminent sue cess in achievement, in brilliancy and in fame." "His treatment is healthy, manly and rational, always as far as it goes pure, forcible and refreshing, con summate in composition and marvellous in color.' But his figures are small, fat and coarse. At the upper end of tho north nisle. I like to be exact when I can, is a Head of Christ in marble, by Oda Vinci; a very impressive painting, rich in color but to mo lacks character. In front of the cathedral upon an iron canopy over a wdll is Quintcn Matsys" iron statue of Bra bo. Mr. Matsys was a blacksmith, but being enamored of a .lady of fastidious nature, one day threw down the hammer on the anvil and took up the brush. He became so famous t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. HI Hair Dressing Parlors. DONT FORGET-20 per cent dis count on hair goods, ornaments, cosmetics and hair brushes. Try the new treatment for removing tan, sunburn and freckles. A big reduction will be given every Wednesday on sham pooing and hair dressing during May, June and July. Mrs. J. C. Bell, 111 N 14th et IN SOCIETY. Mrs. Will Owen Jones will give a piano recital at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Richards, 1310 R street, next Wednesday evening. She will bo assis ted by Miss. Lillie Eiche, violincellist - Reports that reach this city from Philadelphia are to the effect that Miss Clara Walsh, who is attending the Drexel Institute, is making particularly rapid progress in her art studies. Miss Walsh has been away from Lincoln a couple of years or more, and will prob ably remain another year. . June will not be without its tradition al social sprightliness. Among the weddings that will be celebrated next month none will be more brilliant than that of Miss Fannie ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

mumn' rnwaawwwwaPCT "gT-. 7:2Or i S'C, 3 t t -THE COURIER; taesS Mr,aniTMVfj.J. JJ.BeJ,I of Chicago, are guests of their cousin, A. J. Sawyer. Thei. W. C. A. Magazino club met Friday evening at tho association rooms. Major Fechot will inspect the univer sity battallion Monday afternoon. Tho annual Held day place, this afternoon. sports will take The young women's gymnasium class at tho university gave an entertainment Friday, May 10. Tonight in te armory there will bo an exhibition by the joung men. Tho university battalion will have its annual competitive drill Saturday after noon. Professor Adams, Professor Bates, J. II. Iloin, Ned Abbott, Miss Annie Prey, Miss Bruner anu Miss Broady will con duct the Nebraska Literury Magazine next year. Students of tho university conserva tory of music gave a concert Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. II. Cantield left Tuesday for Columbus, O., accompanied by her daughter Dorothy. Mrs. C intield will spend the summer at the "art village", of Southhampton,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. EKTEEIU) AT TIIK LINCOLN POSTOFF1CE A8 BECONIXLASS MATTUE. PUBLISHED KVEKY SATURDAY RV T. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. Teleplione &&-. W. MORTON SMITH, Editor. FRED T. DEAN. Hlsinkss Manager. SutiM-rlptloii Itnl- In Atlanre Per annum $2 00 Six mouths 100 Thrra months 50 One month 20 crown all its efforts. Single copies HvecenU. LONG LIFE That worthy man, Char TO THE ley Daubach has written L. C. c. a letter, and the Commer cial club has held a meeting. There are so mo signs of life in the organiza tion. It may awake from the slumber that overwhelmed it early in the morn ing of its existence, and it may live and prosper and do good work. Tho Lord knows there is a big field for it; plenty of work for it to do. Let it get away from that tired feeling and sloth and slumber that early attached themselves to it, and shako itself and settle down to a steady line of endeavor in accordance with the provisions of its constitution. Let it give fewer dances, and do more bu...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. i i if, THE THEATRES. think Fho was a soprano, woro and tho 6oiIcd gloves worn by Sousa, indicated a A week ago last night thero was some- lack of respsct for the audience. A thing going on on the Btago of the Lansing' theatre. -Side Tracken" I believe is what they called the entertain ment. Pity it wasn't sido tracked before it got to Lincoln. I haven't a program by mo, and am unable names of tho performers matter. Suffice it to say that the "show'" takes rank with tho worst atllictions that have visited Lincoln theatre goers this season. It was awful. Beyond tho tramp characterization and some musical specialties in one act it was without a reedeeming feature. It was if anything, worbe than Fisher's "Cold Day" and "Tho Swaneo Kiver" and "Through tho War," and when this is said, it is unneccesary to mako further comment. Mention might bo made however, of a little girl with a dime museum voice, an actor who was evidently engaged for his wardrobe, notablo featuro of Sous...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

8 THE COURIER; I 4-if ; mm city mm club Rooms 12, 13 and 14, at No141 south Twelfth street, in the Zehrung block. The rooms are always open to visiting wheelmen, who are invited to make themselves at home there when in the city. MEKTINOS. Regular business meeting second Tuesday of each month. Meeting of board of directors second Wednesday of each month. Election of officers the first Tuesday in March of each year. OFFICERS. President Etl M. Allen. Vice President-S. M. Mills. Secretary.Treasurer P. G. Yule. Seargant-at-arms E. K. Milminc. Board of directors Ed M. Allen S.M.Mills P. G. Yule E. E. Walton A. It. Edmiston C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFICERS. Captain F. V. tfoagland. First Lieutcnent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant II. W. Peters. oluh iccxs: May 19 Seward, 26 miles, via Ger mantown. Start, 7 a. m. Dinner. Return, 3 p. m. May 2G-Crete, 20 miles. Start, G:30 a. m. This is a fishing expedition. ON THE WHEEL LENZ. Dead! In a foreign land his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

ergcHaBBaawagwg b i THE COURIER. it More Ladies Are learning every day that not only pleasure but health and strength are to be found on the wheel and as a consequence LEARNING IE at CURTICE CO'S. bicycle school over their music store on South Eleventh st. Bicycles are a healthful, rational mode of hardening the muscles, improving the complexion, and a ride Every Day goes very far toward keep ing the mental faculties in the best working order. OUR SCHOOL is now open and scores of ladies are learning to ride. It is not difficult if the pupil IS UNDER A COMPETENT TEACHER and we have one. Many do not ride gracefully because not properly taught. WE WANT TO TEACH A THOUSNND LADIES this season. It's the ladies we wint specially. Make an appointment and look and cjcles. AT OUR SCHOOL THE Mr. and Mrs. II. Darwin Mcllrath, the Inter-Ocean round-the-world cyclers, who were recently entertained on route by Lincoln wheelmen, reached Denver on Tuesday of last week and remained until Saturday mor...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. IO I I t R POINTS IN POLITICS. out and out, sheriff. In the Fifth there is the usual quiet that preceeds a storm. When Ed Sizcr withdrew as a candidate for mayor, he induced a good many people to promise to support him for clerk of the district court this fall, and he is inclin ed to insist on a redemption of these pledges. He wants the ward. He doesn't caro about dividing it with any liody. Gran Ensign and his friends have about made up their minds that the only thing left for them to do is to fight; and just now it appears probable that there will be a drawn battle between Sizer on one side and Ensign on the other, with Tom Cochran, Kimmel, W. L. Brown, A. D. Bnrr, John McClay, and John P. Maule standing by waiting for a chance to squeeze in. There is some talk of a brand new candidate in the Fifth. Judge Lansing will be a candidate for re nomination. His friends are confi dent that his name will be presented to the convention notwithstanding the mixed condition of th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

THE COURIER. ti ft-T?i jamT. 524 L "- C " 5J" jS' flip: NOTES AND COMMENT. Of Robert Barr, Julian Ralph says: "Have you read Robert Barr's first novel, called 'In the Midst of Alarms?' I hare restored health to two invalids with it. I prescribed it for two men who were suffering with melancholy.that corn's with la gripjie and guaranteed a cure. In each case it lifted them out of the slough of despond and put them on their feet and back at their desks. Do not imagine that you can get along without it simply becauBO you are well and strong. It is like fresh air and sunshine as good for the rugged as for the poor in health. I do not know ihe real Barr. I only knew the name and the work that haB carried that name along. Yet I think I can describe the man behind the name. He is, I should say, about eight feet, or eight feet and four inches tall, and big in proportior, that is to say with shoulders a yard apart and a chest a yard. deep. He has an open, sunny face, reflecting health and hi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 May 1895

tsb spjws. v k IP I WOODEN MEN'S TAfoK. Faak DaTeiHoigot to caver up -the Bad Dade ibeae cold oighta, and ibe Dude's nose was nipped 4)j the icoat Ae a soBBoqueBce be baa bees ia a aullen atoodforaeme days. Things are sot going to suit him, and he hasn't hes itated to giro over to his ,peaflimiflm. t-t "Don't yer t'ink it ud .be ther right t'ing to call time on die 'Trilby bus iMas?" he said yesterday. "It wuen't so bad wen all de Trilbies wuz in de beaks; but aow.dey.haz got loose, an dare is -a Trilby every .where. Some Trilbies is did up in inter neckties -and shoes, an some is on der stage. De woretof all ia right .here jnliincoln. Say, does yer know dat a drugstore on. die street advertises -Trilby punch'? Wonder it dey calls it dat because de u daakaait jwith Jus jMdala? Jjo deadtireduvDu More-e-er. He's jes about aacheanutty as der valentines wat Gibson puts in de magizinas, .doae tahVatuok up girls in 'cjrdwn skirts .an' balloon sieves. Wot we want is -some-thin' .new. Xlfe ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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