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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

m m r r, . ' r- i VOfe. 10, No. 23. PRIGE FIVE CENTS ' It il 3 LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1895. OBSERVATIONS. "" "vINCE that memorable election of C members of the board of educa te J tion, held a year ago. Superinten dent Strong's supporters on the board have been in the minority, and it has been freely talked that the superinten dent would hare to contend against strong opposition. Very recently, since the reduction of teachers' salaries, the movement against Strong has taken form, and it is currently reported that he has been asked to resign. The feel ing is generally entertained among members of the board that his salary of 43,000 is more than his services are worth and that it is entirely out of pro portion to the salaries paid to the prin cipals and teachers, and it is contended that the superintend, ent might, under the circumstances, sub mit to a reduction. But Mr. Strong has a three year contract in his pocket, which en titles him to another year at $3,000, and he is ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

1?WKZ. Ltsasis afTj THE COURIER. HighC of Jdl k Leavamf Foweb--Latat U. S. Govt RqMrt RIS ABftOUIYBW PURE the way, are keeping their eyes open, and there is a prospect that a successor to Can Bold may be found before the Bezt college year. There continues to be some talk of Nebtaska candidates for this place; but it is hardly within the range of possibility that any citizen of this state will be chosen. Since the publication of "Coin's Financial School," a vast amount of jocularity has been injected into the controreraey over the money question. Oaof the latest gold scories runs as follows: "Bill an' me split," aaid the bank robber, ache grew reminiscent over a glass of his favorite beverage. "Ain't ye beard of it? No? W'y we wuz sear sabbed one night w'ile we wuz turnin' a trick a little way out. Bill wuz that ugly that he like to spoilt the whole ON THE OTHER SIDE. (Written for Thk Coukikk by C. Y. Smith.) . No 6 "Tou see it wuz this way: We'd piped a bask that wuz an easy game, a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

THE COURIER. 4:? r - pt r r what the Rhine would be without them. They make it picturesque. After leaving Cologne the tint place of consequence is Bonn; one of the early Roman fortresses, but noted most for its university. It is also the birthplace of Beethoven. Away to tho east are seen the Siebengebirdge seven moun tains and soon we pass Mt. Drachenfels on whose summit stands a castle built by the Archbishop of Cologne. The ivy clad tower of Ochenfels and the wooded hills near Lenbsdorf fade from view as tho several round towers of Arenfels appear, and to the right the tall spire of the church in the village of Rheinbrohl calls to the eye a charm ing spot. Passing Rheinech castle we come to tho village of Engers where Ceasar crossed the Rhine. And bo we glide along amid bewitching scenes by the castles of Stolzentels, Lahneck and the Konigsstuhl erected by Emperor Charles IV in 1376. On an isolated peak stands the square castle of Marksburg; the only castle on the Rhine that has n...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

WM- y - -.S :& 25j" ,.' T JllJ 1WI &- Lyjfg? THE COURIER. Hair Dressing Parlors. DONT FORGET 20 per cent din count on hair goods, ornaments, cosmetics and hair brushes. Try the near treatment for removing tan, unburn and freckles. A big reduction will be given every Wednesday on sham pooing and hair dressing during May, June and July. Mrs. J. 0. Bell, 114 N 14th et. Nebraska conservatory of Music Minday evening by Misslvena Law rence Baker, and Miss Henrietta Hollow bush, assisted by Mrs. Mary Latimer Gray. fRliflK fyhXSES for summer tourists and others. ELEGANT LINE OF POCKET BOOKS-CARD CASES and LEATHER NOVELTIFS. IN SOCIETY. Mr. Fred Smyser will arrive in Lin coin from Boston about a week before the 27th of June, the day fixed for the Hawlcy-Smy&or wedding. Beyond set ting the day the arrangements for the wedding have not been determined as yet The details of the Wilson-Dorgan wedding, to take place in the Church of the Holy Trinity June 5, have been perfected. There ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

THE COURIER. annual inspection by orders from the Banjo clubs gave a concert at thoFunke war department, the Major being detail- opera house Monday night. The boys ed as special inspector for the univer- have not sung together a great deal this sity and Doane college. At the battal- season; but they sang some of the sel- lion inspection the governor accompan- ections very well- The banjo clubB did ied the inspecting officer and and was some clever work. The enjoyment of received with the honors due him. Major Fechit was well pleased and said the cadets put up an inspection and drill nearly equal to regulars. Before he got through with the long drill he wished for his hone and objected to handling a rifle with its bayonet, being used to the Bhorter arm of the cavalry. Mrs. MyraE. Olmstead will deliver an address before Mansfield post No. 54, at Palmyra May 30, Decoration day. Professor and Mrs. T. H. Marsland are expected to arrive in Lincoln in a few days. Mrs. H. B. Newman, of New ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

'-JjarKf-v i& mr, ,-.na 7 - z& THE COURIER. aWTEXXS AT THE LIXCOLW rOSTOmC AS SBCOVD-CLAM MATTES. PUBLISHED EVERV. SATURDAY BY promise. Tits schools will Bond their product out into tho world via. the com mencement platform, and in tho social realm plighted troth, -will be eoale;! by marriage token. June is a month for happy thoughts. Get in a place where you can catch some of the infection. How m o t. f bEHMTC Practical Watchmaker Jeweler and Engraver. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamond, Optical Goods, Etc. Glasses fitted, correcting the most difficult eyesight. Repairs Promptly Executed. 1224 O Street. CRETE C,ttlTJMQto NSSUnUV at Crete, Fourteenth Annual Session to he- Held Net)., July 3 to IS, 1895. REST, PLEASURE, ENTERTAINMENT, KNOWLEDGE. Ten Days of Country Life With City Society FART OH OXJ o o REV. EDWARD ANDERSON D. D., of Connecticut, an ardent O. A. E. man, will deliver the national address on July 4. of Lincoln will be the pianist of the assem bly, and everyone k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

THE COURIER. I . Si si ART CHAT. Art in Lincoln has, within the last few years, taken a great stride forward. The Hayden art club has had a great deal to do with the development of art in the city, and too much credit cannot be given to that organization. It has by the judicious bringing of good pic tures to the city cultivated the latent art instinct and stimulated the lovers of good art to study and work for a higher standard. The exhibition last winter was one of the great uplifts along the line of good art. The splendid aggre gation of gocd paintings seemed to fire all the artists with renewed zeal and the interest has not lagged in the least. The state university, that head of so much that is refined in the city, is per haps the head of the art interest. Miss Cora Parker, the instructor in art, is one of the best artists here, if not the very best. She has had good training and has studied under the best masters in this country and in Paris. Her work is original and "geniusy." ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

MESSe- vWkv V rssrasa--. g ;? -xi THE COURIER. CMTftl 01Y CVGUN Cli Kootas 12, 13 and 14, at No. HI south Twelfth street, in the Zchrung block. The rooms are always open to visiting wheelmen, who are invited to make themselves at home there when in the city. XEETUtOR. Regular business meeting second Tuesday of each month. Meeting of board of directors second Wednesday of each month. Election of officers the first Tuesday ia March of each jear. 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 F. G. Yule E. E. Walton A. B. Edmiston C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. BOAD OFFICERS. Captain F.V. tfoagland. First Lieutenent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant H. W. Peters. club rcns: May 26-Crete, 20 miles. Start, 6:30 a.m. This is a fishing expedition. ON THE WHEEL A MORNING RIDE tigated the question imagines. When Moses became a navigator, one of bis ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

THE COURIER. The cut was kindly loaned The Courier by Mr. E. R. Guthrie, agent for the Rambler bicycle. Within a week or two we shall present on our first page a halt tone of two of Lincoln's lady cyclists n costume on their machines. Next Thursday is Decoration day. ;The new track at Lincoln Park will be finished and be opened with the annual races of the Capital City Cycling Club. The races are open to club members in the city and to all riders in the state outside of Lincoln. There will be 0 events, as follows: One mile Novice yi " Class A. 1 ii it ii 1 " Boys Race. 1 " Class A. 1 " Riders over 30 years old. 2 miles Clas3 A. 14 mile Ordinary. 5 miles Handicap. Three prizes will be awarded in each event many of them being well worth winning. The following gentlemen will occupy the respective positions mentioned. Referee, M. P. Van Horn. Handicapper Jno. Livesay, Omaha. Judges Ed M. Allen, E.R. Guthrie, S. M. Mills. Timers J. H. Rudiger, B. G. Dawes, Ross Curtice. Starter Frank Du ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

,7-:,-r;ry. ymafcgfjMc? Tm-itMi IO THE COURIER. 1-2 PRICE gSfpFg awggjjgi CHILDREN'S Jersey Suits, Velvet een Suits, Tricot Suits, Kilt Suits in all styles at just H PRICE. 100 Boys' and Children's Suits at about 1-3 off. SUITS in Boys' and Children's at Greatly Reduced Prices. Also STAR WAISTS The $1.00 kind at 75c. The $1.50 kind at $1. WILSON BROS. $1.00 Waists at 75c. Also Waists at 50c. 70 MEN'S SPRING OVERCOATS at 1-3 OFF. SO SUITS AT 1-3 OFF. These are in broken lots and sizes. Only 1 and 2 of a kind. MENS' SUITS WERE NOW $5.00 $3.50 $6.50 $5.00 $7.50 $6.00 The Largest Manufacturers and Retailers of Fine Goods in the World. YOUR MONEYS WORTM or Y06IR AONEY BACK. :bkoativxnx rciivo & co. t ' . -.

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

THB COURIER. is w. GOSSIP OF THE RING. FIELD DAY SPORTS GORBETT WON'T APOLOGIZE. In a letter to bis representative from Chicago, Bob Fitzmmons takes ex ception to some expressions that have been attributed to him since the request of Manager Brady that the National Sporting Club of London offer a purse for a go with Jackson. "Lanky Bob" denies, for instance, having said that he would slap Corbett's face when they met. Should they meet a lively battle of words is predicted. In his letter written to "Manny" Friend, his lawyer, Bob says he doesn't want the championship by default, and ie ready to train at once for a battle. Ho is will ing to fight for the bet of 910,000 if no club can be secured to guarantee a purse. "Considerable newspaper talk has been indulged in," said Mr, Friend to an Evening World reporter, and, as much as I dislike to appear in the matter, being counsel for Mr. Fitzsimmons, I must protect my client's interests. "Fitzsimmons informs me that he is ready to contest...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 May 1895

JS-i-y:, 1-SKrr-e; the courier. is rerWv.r3 WOODEN MEN'S TAfoK. The other evening as the lengthening shadows cast by a declining sun began to aiark the cloee of the day, as O street was comparatively quiet, a aolitary bicyclist might have been seen making her way paat the Bed Dude on toward the post ofice. In fact, she waa aeen. The Bed Dude aaw her, and aaw that ahe wore bloomers. t-t MYerkinaay wotyer wanter erbout bloomers' he remarked, "but yer can't atop 'em, aa I don't know dat dey oughter be stopped. As fer aa I'm concerned I say dey is a good t'ing push 'em erlong. As er rule I'm dead agin deee finn de seckle biznesses, an afore I seen 'em I wua in fer havin de perlice pull 'em; but w'en I aeen er lady go sailin' down 0 street in wot yer call de 'rational' costume, it jes caught me eye, an' now yer kin put me down aa fer bloomers wid both feet Some guys k agin 'em, aa wot fer? Because dey a not modes.' 1 say, wouldn't dat kill yer? Did yer ever liases to wot de wild waves wu...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

1 "SSTT j. ' ?S&k' r VOL. 10, No. 24. 1 PRIGE FIVE CENTS . K'm0f s r ' m. " kw LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1895. OBSERVATIONS. IF Mr. Bryan were only in touch with the administration he might be selected by Mr. Cleveland to succeed Gresham. But Billy is very much out of touch, and he will not get the job. There are other great men in Lincoln, however, who are in the closest kind of harmony with the president, aud as he reads his copy of The Courier this week I am not sum that be will not decide to send to Lincoln for a secre tary of state. In any mention of great Nebraska democrats the impulse is to head the list with that unctuous states man, Tommy Allen. But Tommy can hardly hope to be selected by Mr. Cleveland. It is true he holds an office 'under the Cleveland administration; but his affiliation with Bryan precludes higher preferment at this time. It is too bad; for Tommy has a good deal of brilliancy himself, and as secretary of state he would bo, in many respects, a c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

C-iL THE COURIER. I r Highest of all in Leavening Power- Late U.S. Gor't Report Rra AM&OUUTEMX PURE in these columns a couple of weekB ago, said: "Croan's deal in Lincoln has done much to prejudice the standing of the indiuidval normal school, never too firmly established, and it would be ' simply impossible to make anything out of a normal school at Hawthorne unless there was a chango of name and a com plete change of methods. There has been a big demand, by the way, for copies of the Lincoln papers which hare told the truth about Croan. Not only Lincoln and Nebraska people hare wanted to see what the Nctcs and The Courier had to say about Croan; but requests have come from Shenan doah, Iowa and Anderson, Ind., and other places where the man is known. There have not been enough papers to meet the demand. Lincoln young men appear to have been seized with a sudden admiration for the tinseled and painted beauties of the stage. In the last few months there have been many experience...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

THE COURIER. &. POINTS IN POLITICS. Miss Fafrbrother, editor of the Wo' man' lVeekly,Omah&, takes the Notson case very seriously, and admonishes State Superintendent Corbett that it will not be safe for him to ask for a second nomination. She says: "In the awful presence of this dead woman with her children tied to her, and the hart broken aged mother, it seems sacrilege to refer to a man like Mr. Corbett, who met a committee of club women and played every card of a consummate coward. The woman's paper has only this to say, by way of a notice to him and the party which elected him. Do not nominate Mr. Corbett for re-election. There are other men and women who might fill this office with honor. If he serves out his term credit ably, let him go among strangers and live. He iB young and we have no desire to injure him. It will not be the proper thing for him to attempt any further public life in Nebraska. There are too many women teachers and other women who earn their living. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

Hag u THE COURIER. Hair Dressing Parlors. DONT FORGET 30 per cent dis count on hair goods, ornaments, cosmetics and hair brushes. Try the new treatment for removing tan, unburn and freckles. A big reduction will be given every Wednesday on sham pooing and hair dressing during May, June and July. Mrs. J. 0. Bell, 114 X 14th st IN SOCIETY. Th-re has lately been a discussion of church weddings in the columns of the daily newspaper press of this city, in which it was contended, on one side, that the church for the time being is really an enlarged home of the bride, and as such should be safe from intrusion on the part of the unbidden public; and on the other side, that the church is at all times the altar of God, and as such :s, or should be, open to every body at all times. One is hardly disposed to accept wholly, either of these propositions. If it is absurd to contend that the House of God, on the occasion of a wedding, is nothing more than an enlarged house of the bride, the other p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

THE COURIER. Ef LITERARY LINCOLN. The writers in Lincoln are many. It could not be otherwise in a city of so many colleges and universities, There are few names that stand out prominent ly as yet beyond the local horizon, but there are names that rill some day hare a wide fame. In the university are a number of writers that show remark able talent. It the city also are a num ber who have the writing fever and the work produced, some of it, is better than amateurish. t-t Perhaps at the head of the list of the writers of Lincoln the name of Miss Willa Cather should stand. She -is a strong writer. She has ideas and she knows how to express them, and to ex press them well. As a critic she is fear less, and has the knack of seeing things as they really are, and of writing thsm so that other people may see them. Her' dramatic work compares most favorably with work of like nature on tho great Chicago papers and without a doubt she has a great future before her. She states a thing strongly....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

the commit ? I? nvntn of TTawtVinrnn and Arected the BS' colWe building at the approximate cost ss , - - of 180,000. In all about 91W.0UU was pent. Then a contract was entered into with Croan by which he was to be given the buildings outright at the end bihb at tbk uxcolx FMTomci as 0f five years, provided he maintained tacoxiwxAM mattze. the j,, during tnj8 time. The principal movers in the Hawthorne . pdbushed ever satcbdat bt company were J. H. McMurtry, A. D. TMf Hmmim Mini IUHlMl aniiniMW Ricketts, J. W. Dewese and C. D. llwwwWIJllTOollIll These gentlemen were called OFFICE 217 Korth Eleventh St. uPn to mak hea,T investments, much larger than they originally intended to Telephone 88-S. make becauBef in the fir8t piaCe, the company was unable to secure a loan on w. MORTON SMITH, Editor. the building, and Mr. Croan's manage- FRED T. DEAN, Bet ncxM Maxagbb. ment of the school was such that the boom at Hawthorne quickly subsided subscription Rate In Adraaes. and then there was no s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

TOT COUKISR. vr .. . && i- vrni CITY cygiik cm Rooms 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 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. PresidentEd 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 F. G. Yulo E. E. Walton A. R. Edmiston C. L. Sbader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFICERS. Captain F. V. tioagland. First Lieutenent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant H. W. Peters. club nras: ON THE WHEEL It's a Joy to be op in the morning when the dew is still on the clorer, When the air is fall of sweetness that seems like a draught divine. To mount one's wheel and go flyi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

THE COURIER. The run next Sunday should be the banner Sunday run of the aeaaon, weather and wind permitting. The course to Ashland is one .of the very best out of Lincoln, with but two hills, and at least a hundred wheels should be in line, of which twenty or more should be ridden by ladies. Score another cycle club, viz the Ramblers Club. It is composed of Messrs. W. G. Beach, R. S. Hayes, F. B. Strangaard and Paul Puree!!. The club all ride copper rimmed Ramblers and the glint of their wheels can be seen for miles when the sun strikes them. They ride "always together. How about those cycle picn.es! Ho! for Ashland Sunday. The start will be made at 7 a. m. How many ladies will make the ride? The Ashland run was the banner run of last year. This year's run ought to throw it id the shade. Let us make it 100 wheels! The Race Meet. The race meet on Decoration day was considerable of a success in spite of the rain which came up in the afternoon. The new track was opened and an interesti...

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