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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

THE COURIER. F THE NATIONAb GAME. The Lincoln's will ccme home on top. Jay Andrews is playing with Des Moines. Dave Eowes father died last week in Golden, Colo. "What has become of the city league; why don't they play ball? Chicago pays Abbey 400 a month and rents bim to Quincy (or $200. The New York club is trying hard to get Burkett of the Clevelands. Emmerko of the St. Joes, asked for his release aad was accomodated. Lebbin and Fleming, two of Rock fords pitchers, have been releated. White, late of the lndianopolis club, is playing center field for the Quincy s. The Iowa Inter-state league is playing good ball all around with Dubuque in the lead. Chris Von Der Ahe only wants $7,500 for Breitenstein, the left handed St. Louis pitcher. Pittsburg leads them all in the Nat ional league with Cincinnati and Chi cago not far behind. Nolan's terms are too high, hence he will not play ball in Quincy. He has signed with St. Joe. Will the Rockford Register-Gazette please take notice that th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

T: THE COURIER. xm ON THE OTHER SIDE (Written forTHB Coumkb by C. Y. Smith.) Heidelberg, Germany, July 9. Heidelberg (Huckleberry hill) is the gem of Germany. A beautiful little city, mart delightfully situated in the narrow valley of the Neckar, at its junction with the valley of the Rhine. It a bounds in charming gardens and walks. And the hills overlooking the town af ford a delightful view of the country around. On the opposite side of the river the famous Philosophenweg road winds along the Bide of theHeiligenberg; a vine-clad hill, wooded toward the summit and crowned with the ruins of an old chapel. Aside from its romantic beauty the interest of the town is cen tered in its university. This was found ed in 1356 by Elector Rupert. Like all old foreign institutions it paosed through many vicissitudes and was added to and taken from by the several powers under whose sway it fell. It has a library of 300,000 volumes, many of which are very rare and ancient. The buildings present ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

iW THE COURIER. fill P HIE OPERA HOUSE :eo:eijir !T UFR Rir$P Manager. ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY JUNE 3RD. ORIOLE OPERA CO ENLARGED AND STRONGER THAN EVER. Augumented Chorus, Elaborate Costumes and High Class Specialties. Change of Opera Nightly Openlnc Mondny :iVl;lvt Irx "Said Pasha." PRICES. 25 35 AND 50 CENTS. Ladies Free Monday Night if Accompanied by Paid ."30c Ticket purchased before 7 tyReserved seats now on sale at Zehrung's Drug Store."' wDinffifl e Ritf THE THEATRES. "The Passing Show,' Canary & Lederer's big spectacle, which was presented at the Lansing theatre, Friday evening of last week was originally put on in New York as a local skit, intended to fill a yawning gap. It comprised burlesques of incidents and actors in such plays as "Sowing the Wind," "The Amazons," "John A Dreams'" and '-The Butter fly,'' It also satirized Messrs Abbey, Schauffel & Grau 's grand opera company, and introduced a great deal of purely local matter that was after wards eliminated...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 June 1895

THE COURIER. IS' WOODEN MEN'S TAbK. The Red Dude has not been well this week. He has had very little to say. All day Monday the dust kept blowing in his eyes, and erer since he has been kept busy picking it out. Yesterday he was particularly surly. "Yez needn't talk ter mo erbout any think," he said. "I'm dead sore on de worl,' dere's no two ways erbout it. It's no odds ter mo if de Lincoln club is winnin, er if wheat is up ermong the stars, er it de wedder profct says dere is goin ter be er flood. All dese t'ings cut no ice wid mo. I aint playin in de game at all, see? I hev gathered up me chips, an' I am goin ter stay out, dat's wot. -Wot's de matter wid me. Well I'll yijz. Its like dis. T'ings is goin' plumb ter well, yez know w'ere I mean. I hev been t'inkin over things an' I hev erbout made up mo mind dat I am wot yer calls erpessermist, dat's wot. I tell yez t'ings is purty blue w'en one fellers begin ter Bhut of on tigaroots an' take ter eatin' gum drops; an' den look at de w...

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

" r w i'' JS ?i Pr C m -- -u uVOb.JO, No.25. - -. ' 'I - PRIGE FIVE CENTS m T . 4 1 i r OBSERVATIONS. IT ia reported that Superintendent Strong took bis contract with the board of education, drawn by him self, to a prominent lawyer for an opinion as to its binding quality. The lawyer looked the document over carefully and handing it back to Mr. Strong, said: "Inasmuch as the board is opposed to you I would advise that you tender your resignation." Mr. Strong promptly acted on the advice. As 1 said a couple of weeks ago Mr. Strong is not of the submissive or giving up kind, and the fact that he resigned when his contract period is only two thirds expired is pretty good evidence that he was convinced he could not hold hi& position. The retiring superinten dent has an abnormal capacity for making himself objectionable, and par ticularly in the last year, this capacity was bound by no limitations of wisdom or propriety. He was apparently actu ated by a desire to arouse the board and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all ia Luxamg Power. -Litest U. S. Gov't Report Rp Baking Powder I hat an effort will be made to secure the Nebraska delegation for him. POINTS IN POLITICS. The meeting of the executive com mittee of the state republican league held in this city Friday night of last week, was of unexpected significance in thBt the committee had the courage to rebuke E. Rosewater by declining to accede to his request to be sent to Cleveland as a delegate to the national convention. Mr. Rosewater has viewed with alarm the increasing dimensions of the McKinley boom, and realizing the importance of having a "pull with the next president of the United States he was desirous of going to Cleveland as a representative of the republican party of Nebraska. Mr. Rosewater, as is well known, is on good terms with Harrison. He was sent to Europe as a representa tive of this government during Harri son's administration, and he also suc ceeded in moving the headquarters of the department of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. after June 20 at 3TC9 Rhodes avenue, Chicago. rjiiimkj, mmm m mm. mm. Mrs. J. O. Bell, 114 N 14th St. A full line of Switches, Bangs, Waves; Theatrical, Masquerade and street Wigs, Beards, Moustaches, etc. Mr. amj jirs. B. F. Burr left Wcdues All the best hair brushes and tonics jay for New York, made. ..... 66 99 FLOUR Miss May Lewis and Miss Dena Loom is gavo a hammock party lust evening. IN SOCIETY. Miss Maude Shugart of Omaha is visiting friends in this city. John C. Allen, ex-secretary of state, left Wednesday evening for Chattenoogo Tenn. Mrs. Allen is in Iowa, where she will remain most of tho summer. The last elocution recital by the pupilsof Prof. Geo. C. Williama occurred Tueeday evening at the Conservatory of Music. The program was as follows: "The Celebrated Jumping Frog" (Mark Twain), Mr. Kobertaon; "Jimmie Burns' Prompt Obedience," Miss Carrie Lininger; "Aux Italiens." Miss Nellie Watson; "Darius Green and his Flying Machine," Miss Ella Crawford; "The Firs...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

tr THE COURIER. IN SOCIETY. Admirably suited for a brilliant June wedding tu Wednesday. The day was cool and all the conditions were propi tious. The wedding of Mr. John T. Dor gan Hnd Miss Jeanette Wilson had been looked forward to with much inteiest on account of the prominence of the con tracting parties. Mr. Dorgan has for seme years held an important place in society and is one of the most prosper ous young business men in the city. Miss Wilson is a highly accomplished and attractive young lady, whose fam ily connections are among the most respected people in Lincoln. The young people hare been actively identified with society and their popularity was attested by the large attendance. The ceremony was performed in the Church of ".he Holy Trinity, and was particu larly effective. As the strains of the wedding march sounded Lieut Pershing made his appearance at the head of the bridal procession, entering the church from the west door. Then came the bridal party in the following o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. D B Iff Oil Prank O. elunang:, Manager. THE sUAST TWO PBRFORAIANCBS oX THE ORIOLE OPERA COMPANY. THIS AFTERNOON, Matinee at 2, THIS EVEN IMG, Last Performance tue nnnmiD nncni mic tiivkiii nncDi 66 99 .T' -?' J- . i"t 'i J THE THEATRES. All the week the Oriole Opera Com pany has been presenting light opera at the Funke. A few weeks ago Mr. Zehung in the Spooner Co ripany, gave us tne first popular price dramatic or ganization known to the west, and now in the Orioles we have in all respects, the most meritorious and deserving opera company that has played in Lincoln at popular prices. Beatrice and Goldie Rinehart are well known in Lincoln and they aro this week appear ing to better advantage than ever be fore. They are supported by other singers and comedians who give to such operas as "Said Pasha," "Chimes of Normandy," etc.Iife and go, not unmixed with genuine melody. Beginning with "Said Pasha" Monday night the operas have been adequately staged and intel ligently su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

f THE COURIER. - extesed at the lwcolk Mnoma tM p-cia matter. "" """" published eveey SATOBDAT r f iE COURIER PUBLISHING GOMPMY. OFFICE 217 North Heyenth St. Telephone 88-S. " w. MORTON 8MITH, Edjtoii. FRED T. DEAN, Bcbixem Maxaqee. Subscription Kates la Adraaoe. sfx monii"'V."V"V."V.V.V"." 'f S Three months. ..'. !!!!!!!!!!! H " Single eopi"e.V.VVVriTeeBti"" For tale at all new standi in thb eitraal lYAnXnX. will b. nscrtcd. Batix mnde known oq application. Lincoln, Neb., June 8, 1805. . WHO OUGHT TO GO There is, ,. . ' TO it fWMmR A REPUBLICAN CONVENTION to u 8, . A A A , . , ,, ' just one test to which all persons who , . A, , ,. desire to represent the republican party m conventions should be subject. Has the apphcantfor preferment contributed to repub ican success? Or has he given hisaaance to the cause of republi- can defeat: ThiB is practically the . . . .. . K ... . J. , teat at the primaries, and it is fit and ... .A , .7. .... . proper that it should be the test at con- rf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. ???? i '& 'S.JJt' ,3& ..25 1 - .. V - f I r- opim city craw OR 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. 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. R. Edmiaton C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFICERS. Captain F. V. doagland. First Lieutenent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant H. W. Peters. CLUB R0N9: June 9th. To Ashland 26 miles. Dinner at Hotel Sel'ma. Start at 8 a. m. June 16th. To Roca 12 miles. This is to be a picnic run and the day will be f pent i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. the club on the suggested evening runs. I hope the club or the touring board or some one else in authority wilt take this wiattnr tin. Mrs. flvrliflt will not ride on Sunday runs and there are many ladies who agree with her. Pleasant evening runs, starting at 7:30 could be made from week to week to Burlington Beach, Lincoln Park, Waverly, Emerald and other points, and would prove bene ficial to the members both physically end socially. One of the most enjoyable experiences that has fallen to the lot of the Wander ers was the farowell party given to the members of the club by Misses May Gibson, Bertha Bottum and Ida Rob bins on last Tuesday night. The gath ering was held at the home of Miss Gibson at 1441 G street and toak the place of the conventional run of the clnb and was given by the young ladies mentioned as a "good by" to tbeir more intimate comrades in wheeling, prepar atory to their departure for the east, where they wili spend the summer. A thoroughly enjoyable...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. m? ' : &V? g & sm y js.v 3u THE NATIONAL GAME. WHEN GASEY SLUGGED THE BALL. Oh, yon all baTo heard of Mudville, Heard of mighty Casey, too; Of the (roan amid the bleacher A the ball thrice pait him flew; Bat you hajen't beard the atory, The beat story of them all, Of the day in happy Mndville, When great Casey slogged the ball. Twas the day they played "the Giants," And the score stood ten to eight ; Two men were on the bases. And great Casey at the plate. "Swipe her Casey." yelled the roosters, And the hero doffed his cap, Three to win and two to tie. And Casey at the bat. 'Mid a hush of expectation. Now the ball flies past his head. Great Casey grins a sickly grim "Strike one," the umpire said. Again the pitcher raised his arm. Again the horshido flew; Great Casey spat upon the ground. And the umpire said "Strike two." "It's a roast," came from the grand stand "He is bought without a doubt." "He is rotten 1" roared the bleachers, "Throw the daylight robber out...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

'"-wjef ! THE COURIER. ON THE OTHER SIDE. (Written for The Couukk by C. Y. Smith.) No. 8. Liuz, Austria, July 15. On the banks of tho Danube, ninety-eight miles from Vienna, is situated the quaint town of Linz. Its narrow, crooked streets are full of curious de signs in nature. It is one of those places, I imagine, where an artist would Bpend days with great profit. It abounds in oddities. As I came from the station to the hotel I passed a funeral proces sion. The coffin, a plain wooden box, was borne on the shoulders cf the pall bearers and behind walked the members of the stricken family one by one. fol lowed by some twelve or more of sympa thkhag friends. It was a sad little group that walked along the street with humble mien paying its last respects to a departed friend. The old hotel, a curious structure, faces the river and from its topmost bal conv we get a delightful view of the onward course of the river and the gnat iron bridge which connects Linz with the autrket town of ...

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

mm THE COURIER. it WHlkTLER. Jaa. Abbott McNeil Whistler, was born in Lowell, Mass., in 1834. So be is now 61 years old. He was educated at West Point. After leaving school he studied for two years at the studio of Gleyre in Paris. In 1863 he went to London and within three years he has settled in Paris. He has become cosmopolitian, not through love of cosmopolitanism, but because he is disgusted with America and England. He is conceited, eccen tric, aggressive. Ho possesses a mag netism which pushes away from him friends and admirers. The history of his life is a record of desertions. He wrote the "Gentlo Art of Making Enemies"' to show how to convert friendship into enmity, to cut himself loose from all who opposed him and to prove to everybody how little ht cared for anybody. Truly the book shows how to make enemies. And the publi city has made reconciliation impossible; but his third object is not accomplished. He would not have published the book had he cared not at all for the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 June 1895

THE COURIER. xa CHARACTER SKETCH. mooxd suns. NO. 10 There are iteoplc who bluff their way through life. They trado on their nervo and impress people by false ap pearances. In reality they are like other people just us weak and ineffectual, with no more ability, no moro merit, But they assume to bo what tbey are not. and in the parlance of the day, the bluff goes. They do the job up -ll, watching the corners, and taking care that jteople do not get onto their little game. Some people work one kind of a bluff and some another. There are people who would bluff the public into the Mea that somewhere in hidden recesses thay have a store of wealth. They haven't anything at all, but by keeping st'll and being careful as to appearances they delude people into believing they have means. This is one of the com monest kind of bluffs. Everybody is familiar with the individuals who live in line houses, wear fine clothes, and make something or a stir with absolute ly nothing subLtantial on which...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

1 '. ..- .. . ,, . VOls. 10, No. 26.. PRICE FIVE. CENTS fa. ' j, " ' m. mt: -. " & LINCOLN, NEB.. SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 1895. OBSERVATIONS. SOVERNOR HOLCOMB may have thought it was a ti je joke to appoint Edgar Howard, of Papillion, a member of his staff; but he should remember tha the executive office is not the place for comic opera buffoonery. Howard was on record as opposing the state militia, and appoint ing mm to a colonel wasn't either sensible or smart. The Howard incident furnishes, may be, a key to the eccen tricity of the hybrid governor. Per haps he appointed E. C. Rewick&teward of the asylum as a joke; and Mart Howe's appointment may also have been a joke. This wouldn't have been so bad if Rewick and Howe hadn't taken the ap pointments seriously and accepted. Joking with appointments is a danger ous thing. Mr. Howard, in declining to Berve on the governor's staff, gives expression to sentiments that entitle him to distinct ion as a prize anarchist, an honor to the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Ro! of existing conditions can be removed. The fact is that Lincoln is the natural center of distribution for the Burlington railroad and that company could not make it otherwise without overturning its own economic arrangements. This is a fortunate fact for Lincoln, but the railroad company, inasmuch as it did not locate Lincoln is not to blame for it. What appears to be worrying Omaha is that some of the jobbers of that city are beginning to realize that Lincoln's facil ities for distribution are vastly super ior to those of Omaha. The fact 'hat some of the Omaha shippers are openly saying that Lincoln is the most advan tageous shipping point in the west is doing much to alarm the papers in that city. Many of these wholesalers "have costly plants located in Omaha which they would be slow to abandon, but if the war now being waged against the railroads of the state and the Burling...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

''"- "t1 Sggg 3 THE COURIER. V" "'1. ON THE OTHER SIDE. (Written forTilE Cockier bjrC. Y. Smith.) No. 9. John Kondrick Bangs says Venice is an old water-logged town. Built on 117 islands, separated by 147 canals and con nected by nearly 400 bridges; of course it is water-logged. For seven or eight hundred years tho city has been stand ing -in water more than knee deep and as its ten itory extended it became nec essary to rest the buildings on piles to kesp them out of the wet. In its early days it may have been inconvenient for the lady folks to wade across the lagoons in order to reach the city, but this little annoyance was fully recompensed by the fact that the inhabitants could sit on their back door step and catch all kinds of tish to their heart's content. This made a livelihood a matter of small difficulty. Venice from the distance seems like a floating city, rising from the depths of the sea. The islands in the midst of marshy lagoons were difficult of access, but channels h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

THE COURIER. ooooooooooooooooooooooooo HAIRDRESSING, MANICURING nod MASSAGF PARLORS. Mrs. J. C. Bell, l H N 14th St. A full lin of Switches, Hangs, Waves, Theatrical, Masquerade and street IB, IteanU. Moustache, etc All tho bet hair Implies and tonics made. ------ OQ0OO00O0OCX?OCX)0000O0OO0O IN SOCIETY. Frank W. Lewis, or Boston, is in tho city. J. D. McFarlano left Thursday for the east. Frank M. Cook is in the Yellowstone park. W. F. Smith, or Omaha, spent Sunday in this city. Born, to Mr. and Mr. E. S, King, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hooker, a daughter. Frank C. Zebrung visited Omaha Wednesday. Tho annual old settlers picnic was held Thursday. Born, to Mr. and M. R. D. Muir, Mon day, a daughter. Born; to Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Bell, Sunday, a daughter. Col. II. S. Ilotchkiss has returned from Madison, Wis. D. E. Thompson and party are hunt ing in the Big Horn mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howey, of Beat rice, have been in town this week. C. A. Hanna returned Monday from ...

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