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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

IS DikMriaNdib. THE COURIER. 5 L- i Jtrf fc i- "Our Liw School' Dean Reese; "The Bench," Hon. T L. Norval; "Tho Lawyer in tho Court Room," Hon. John C. Watson; "Government the Study of tho Lawyer," 0. A. Robbing; "Our Faculty," Charles Stroman; Fraternities in tho University of Nebraska," Thomas E. Wing. Tho menu was as follows: Russian caviar ou toast Iloullion iu cup Olives Slices! tomatoes Baked fillets of black bass, nu via blauc Pommes Oeorgetto Roast breast of turkey, w ino jelly Mushed potatoes, browned Imperial punch Fried frogs legs, camp stjlu Fresh shrimp salad Pistachio ice cream Fancy cakes Fruits Ailani cheese Rent's water crackers Cigars Coffee Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Curtis left for Chi cago Monday, after having been the recipients of much social attention from members of the First Presbyterian church and friends. Prof. George C. Williams will spend the summer in New York. Information concerning the new school elecution and oratory will be cheerfully furnished by Mr. F. W...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

THE COURIER. length of time. A few weeks ago one part of Hicks' prophecy for June, seemed more or Lbs absurd. But events have LADIES PREFER NOVELTIES-- a,wj.i i euown mat it wasn i so riuicuious auer "Reliable" Gas Stoves "Reliable"' Gasoline Stoves "Siberia" Refrigerators "Continental"' Lawn Mowers 'White Mountain" Ice Cream Freezers 1-1 x all. He said: "Look out for storms. H For instance have all your cisterns rc- enteced at Tun Lincoln postofficb as paired, connect and repair your spouts, SECOND-CLASS MATTER. an( ml anj 8trengtben tho em bankments of your ponds."' One big rcuLisiiEn eveby saturdat BY !ake in Nebraska washed out its em I bankment and the water played havoc (Tpnnrnllv viniliivitinfr tn tlin ftillnat n- I g,.......... , .................. .V ..w ...... u V--. nrrwu.i-v -i m .l C1 tent the words of tho prophet. Inas- OFrlLh Hi North Eleventh St. . much as Hicks had such signal success Teleplione 3&. ;n predicting the weather Tur April and " May and thus far in ....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

FvH "ti-T-irr-HHaMta THE COURIER. ft - -s; N. 2". c ISfef-- CAPITAL CITY CYCLIHG CLUB Rooms 12, 13 und 11, at No. Ul south Twelfth street, in the Zehrung block. The rooms ure always open to Tieiting wheelmen, who are invited to make themselves at homo there when in the city. MEETINGS. Kegular business meeting second Tuesday of each month. Meeting of board of directors second Wednesduy of each month. Election of ollicers the first Tuesday in March of oach year. OFFICERS. President Eel M. Allen. Vico President-S. M. Mills. Secretary.Treasurer P. G. Yule. Seargant-at-arms E. K. Mil mine. Board of directors Ed M. Allen S. M. Mills F. G. Yulo E. E. Walton A. R. Edmiston C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFIOEKS. Captain P. V. tloagland. First Lieutenent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant II. W. Peter. ON THE WHEEL THE GRBAT GYCLIST. VICE VERSA ller seaside garb tho critics find Too cumbrous for their liking; They also ridiculo tlio clothes In which she rocs a-bi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

THE COU RIER. 1 'I have any evidence, devoted to the pro motion of bicycling in thin country. The name of Mary Sargent Hopkins is sufficient evidence of the ability of its conduct. It ought to be at onco sub scribed for by every woman in the land who rides a wheel. Tho whechvomen of Grand Rapids, Mich,, to the number of 125, held a meeting tho other day and adopted the following resolutions: "Whereas, Our Heavenly Father, with divine love and infinite wisdom in our creatiou, has made us bipeds and endowed us with wisdom; and, whereas, we believe the most convenient and the most truly modest dress is the one which clothes eaeh leg in u separate covering, and true modesty requires a reform in clothing our legs; therefore, be it resolved, that in all cases where, in our best judgment, tho regulation skirt is unhealthf ul, im practicable, uncleanly and inconven ient, we will have the moral courage to renounce our prejudices and adopt such other costume as will eliminate these objections...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

SAj Suy - B J THE COURIER. r - ?7? V", JjjSi. THE NATIONAL) GAME. THE EXCELSIOR UMPIRE. Tho crowd was Catherine thick anil fast As from outsido inside passed A man who stood up strong and proud, And in a bravo voice shouted loud, "Play Ball!" His brown as sad; his ejes beneath Flashed liLn a falchion from its sheath, And liko a silver clarion runt; Tho accents of that well known tougue; "One strike!" In many ancje he saw tho light That wanted him how to shapo tho fight ; Deyund tho spectral bleachers shown, And from his lips ecacil a groan ; "One ball r "Let up on that 1" one bleacher said; Another yelled : " Wo'll punch your head I" And forty yelled, "Go soak your hide!" And loud that clarion voice replied : "Two Kills !" ' 'Oil stay," a small boy guyed, ''and rest Your weary head upon this brest." A tear stood in tho bright bluo eye As now ho answered with a sigh ; "Two strikes!" "Bewaro tho piuo tree's withered branch;" "Beware tho awful avalanche!" These were the grand stand's w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

K5d3tfl!S3&ME THE COURIER. IO POINTS IN POLITICS. During tho past week there has been considerable talk of taking tho contest for district judgenhips out of the con vention, and letting the selection be made by a meeting of tho republican members of tho Lancaster county bar. This plan, whi'o it would no doubt be satisfactory to tho lawyers, would hardly meet with tho approval of the voters at largo, who believe thoy are best able to judge as to who should serve the people on tho bench. Those favoring this 6cheme are naturally tho candidates for the other positions who desire to see the candidates for judge removed from the general struggle and thvs avoid entanglements. The withdrawal of John M. Stewart from the race in the Cth ward will leave A. W. Scott a clear field in his precinct. That leaves tho Fourth ward tho only precinct where there will be more than ono candidate for judge. It is claimed by a number of Hall's and Holmes' friends that they can both go into the conventio...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

H THE COURIER. it THE THEATRES. Both Louses are now practically closed for the season. An occasional attract ion may bob up, but it is doubtful if anything of importance will be present ed at the Lansing or Funke before the latter part of August or the first of September. Mr. Zehrung is now at leisure, so far as the theatre business is concerned, and is thinking about the annual trip to New York which all man agers are supposed to take. Mr. Church will be home in a few days with his "Faust" company, when there will prob ably be a confirmation or denial of the rumors lately heard as to a change in the management of the Laming. It is understood that Mr. Church has made some money on the Pacific coas. trip with "Faust. During the summer both houses will be renovated and touched up, but no extensive changes are contemplated. Mr. Zehrung tried the experiment of summer opera, and as he contemplates the place where the profit of the week's engagement of the Oriole Opera com pany ought to b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 June 1895

THE COURIER. IS t -fa. m CHARACTER SKETCH. IJTD NO. 11 Every community has its Col. Mul berry Sellere. Whether it bo eyo water or town lots these natural iMjrnoptimists are nnalterably convinced that there's millions in it. The squirting of a million nozzles can not put out the flro of hope that bums within them. They are con vinced that success is coining and no iower on earth can shako that convict ion. They may have all sorts of obsta cles to overcome; they may havo to keep up appearances by all sorts of ridicalouj subterfuges; like Col. Sellers they may bo compiled to burn candles in their stoves as a substitute for coal or wood; but there is one thing they never let get in their way, and that is discourage ment. They havo confidence in them selves whether other people have or not, and they keep right on goiug ahead: Probably P. T. Barnum had as much hard luck as ever befell one man. He met failure and had to bow down to it a half-dozen times, but ho was never entirely vanquishe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

L & V ft r '- A " X fl t BAMHaJAalaauaMa& ''"I'" jfcilDHBBgm'.Bgg1 r -VOL. 10, No: 27. PRICE FIVB CBNTS, '1 - i LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. J OBSERVATIONS. HEN Mr. Croan left Lincoln he carried with him the following testimonial: My Dear Mr. Croan I hare read all of the article published about you by two of the pa pers of this city, but haro not seen fit to inako any reference to them whatever in the Journal. 1 am satisfied that they aro untruthful and. unfaii", and when occasion oilers the Journal will say as much. I happen to know personally that the failuro to develop the Western Normal College into the Kreatest school of its kind in the country was due, first, to the drouth and panic,and second to tus fail uro of the real estate syndicate which brought you hero to meet its agroomouts. This failure was caused by the hard times and it seems to me that thore is nothiig of a hard nature that can be said about anybody connected with the cnterpriso. Assuring you of...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report DnV;tl tL C 23S& ABMUUTELY PURE tho representation of each dioceso shall constat of not more than four clergymen and four laymen, communicants in this church, residents in tho diocese, and chosen in the manner prescribed by the convention thereof. WhatiBthosttBiicer prescriled by the convention s? couj(:il of this diocese? Article 1 1 of our consti tution says: 'At tho stated mtcfT::g of the council, next preceding tho general convention, four clerical and four lay doputies shall be elected to represent tho diocese, and in caso of a failure or neglect of the council to elect deputies those already in office shall continue until successors be chosen. Pour shall bo elected. But the council failed to elect four. It elected only three of the clerical order. It attempted to elect tho fourth, and although the president reg ularly called upon the members at thir ty ballotings for tho fourth clerical deputy it fai...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

-"-" "THE COURIER. mmmmmmmmmk. rihl a 5 ; ooooooo ocococcoccooccccoo HAIRDRESSING, MANICURING ami MASSAGF PARLORS. Mrs. J.C.Bell, 1 14 N 14th St. A full lino of Switches, Kane, Vnps, Theatrical, Masquerade anil street Wiir. lieards. Moustaches, etc. All the best hair brushes ami tonics made. ------ ooococoocoocooocoooo cccoo IN SOCIETY. Otis Weeks left Tuwdiy for Boston. L. C. Dav spent Sundav in Nebraska City. Mrs. F. A. Graham Las gone to Her kimer, N. Y. Mrs. E. A. Jones has returned from Nebraska City. Ross Curtice v.ent to South Bend this week awhee!. Miss Florenco Farwell left this week for Madilla, N. Y. Fred Reimere has been contined to the house by illness. Mrs. J. T. Mastin and child left Sun day for Lanark, III. Miss Willa Cather has gone to her homo in Red Cloud. Miss Jessie R. Hunter left yesterday for Corsicana, Texas. Miss Helen Sundean left Tuesday for New York. She wjll sail for Liverpool on the Campania on tho 20th. Misses Grace and Florenco O'Malley returned this ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

aansassmytOTtwiaP vwp-u UMt-jnonvr- I,- f. t fc - ?I. tically decorated with pen and ink, each bearing a description of one of the invited guests. Some of these were: A plate of Nebraska mud for Mr. Meyer (mire); the letter L made of corn, Mr. Cornell; u hand holding a pen was Mrs. Wright; several sjK.'cimens of i?ikk1, Mrs. Woods; a photograph i.t Mr. Leo attached to a piece of nalt. Mitm Maude Oakley; the photograph of a young man proposing, Mr. Aitkin; a fan trrenthed in holly, Mian Kan Ilnwley. Miss Hawley won the prists, a sandwich set of painted china. The Iwoby prize vnia given to Miss Maude Oakley, Tlmtte present weie: Misses Camp. Maude Oak iey.Harloy, Hawley, liollowbush, Marley, Hooper, Curti(x, Jones and Mesdatnes J. L. Stiles, C. ll. Loo, Rs Curtice, and Herbert Marsland, Polk, lleaton, Whedon, Turnrr, Cochran", W. W. McDuiTc has gone east. Miss Cora McSau rulers has gone to Chicago. Bishop Honacum left Wednesday for St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. L. Westerman are in St. Louis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

,-,. -,-,, THE COURIER. POINTS IN POLITICS. WOODEN MEN'S TAbK. Ab tho time for tho county conven tion draws nearer there is an increasing amount of talk of tho desirability of nominating, particularly for two of the offices to be filled this fall, the strongest men that can be found. Most of tho republican candidates will have a walk away; but two of thorn will have to meet strong opposition. Tho prospeet for demo-pop candidates is not at this time particularly encouraging, but whatever may bo done in the wav of fusion, Mr. Miller, the present sheriff, and Mr. Baker, the present clerk of tho district court, are Bure to provo strong candidates. As The Coukiki: has before sa'il theso sentlemen have rendered f,ood eervico to tho county, and aro both as strong, apparently, as when they wero elected. They have been in a position to mako many friends and few enemies, and they have been as adroit in this as they have been careful and painstaking in the The Red Dudo hasn't had anything to s...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

THE COURIER. r.. fa EN'TEEED AT THE LINCOLN TOSIOmCI Al SECOND-CLASS MATTER. rUIILISHED EVERY BATUKDAY BY of young Adam McMullen a year ago, Mrs. Manning espoused tho causo of McMullen, much to the displeasure of the chancellor, who was very bitter against tho unfortunate student, and it is not difficult to trace a connection be tween the events of a year ago and the late action of tho chancellor in recom mending a reduction of salary. I FOK BRYAN ; FOR FREE SILVER. ONE PHASE Exception is taken to OF 6ome of the closing CANF1ELDISM acts of Chancellor Can field. The chancellor conceived a dislike for Miss Smith, the registrar, and in the opinion of many of the alumni carried this dislike too far. It is 6aid that Miss Smith possesses some of the positive qualities that so con spicuously mark Mr. Canfield, and her lack of pliability is doubtless tho only reason Canfield had for his opposition. Miss Smith has many friends, and the chancellor was requested to take no action in her case i...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

Zxj THE COURIER. ON THE WHEEL THE WHEELMAN'S SOLILOQUY. With apologies to Hamlet. To ring or not to ring, that is tho ipuestion: Whether 'tis butter to restrain tho thumb. Or sound tho warning note upon tho bell. And, by tho sounding, startlo to frighten, scare And by that fright to brim; ujhiu the mind A iHirtion of tho thousand natural shocks That Hesh is licir to, 'tis a consummation DeToutly to Iks feared. To ring or stop To stop! perchance to fall; aye, there's the rub; For in that stop what accidents may come, When wo attempt to dismount from tho wheel, Must gh o us pause. There's tho respect That makes calamity of cj diet's life; For who would bear the jeers and scorns of men, Tho oppressor's wrong, the proud man's con tumely, For any chanco mishap that might occur, When ho himself by turning to ono side Might men avoid? Who would theso grumbl ings hear, Tho grow lings that men make when they uro passed. Hut tho knowledgo that the path belongs To us as well as to another one ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

"3,wl'-y.-. 8 THE COU RIER. I L 1 1 w easily, the tiort that leads all others as a mcuns of pleasure and health. It makes no reference to racing, being intended only for the amateur rider who has a wheel for amusement and well feeling it brings. It is handsomely set off with some thirty odd silhouettes and vignettes and is well worth its price, one dollar. 1 have also received a neat little little pamphlet, "Points on Training for Wheelmen by Thos V. Eck," which is tent out by E. C. Stearns & Co., of Syracuse, N. V., to all who enclose a sUimp therefor. It is comprehensive and will bo found very useful by all who nice or contemplate doing so. In the cut on the lirst page of The Coukier this week are two enthusiatic lady cyeltsts of our city. Out of defer ence to the modesty of the ladies I shall give no names. Very many of the wheeling contingent will at once recognize them however. Chief Consul'Ebersole, of Omaha, and Vico Consul Seifert of Lincoln, are pros pecting on a mammot...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

riiE.iHj a ki jKr Zi THE NATIONAL) GAME. WHEN. When rivers all How upward. When we hare a cold July. When the sun comes up to westward. When tho swallows homeward fly, When women Loop a secret, When man no longer swears. When festive wheels of fortuno Wo find uot at church fairs; When womoi have no longing To don a pair of pants. When preachers can't bo hired To preach against tho dauco. When street cars no'er eludo us, When safety bikes are safe. When folks crow ft whilu boarding. When waits no'er mako us chafe. When weather suit the farmer. When girls are never vain. When clerks hare Ions vacations. When man stops raisirK Cain, When wnterreases wetting. When snow will start a tire, When hired girls iiuit sparking. When Anson will retire. When doctors euro nil patients, When servant girls will stay. When summer girls aro homely. When things will come our way. When man no more desires To tasto forbidden fruit. Then we'll find, 'tis rumored. An umpiro who will suit. Rockford Register...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

THE COURIER. IO k ON THE OTHER SIDE. (Written for Tun CouniEtt by C. Y. Smith.) No. 11. As I stood in the Piazza San Marco with my eyes resting first on the gorgo ous facade of the Basilica of St. Marks, and then on the beautiful walls of the Doges Palace, J waB in doubt which to enter first. Hut my attention was drawn from the Bublime to the ridiculous. A few steps away was a group of small Italian boys, squatted on the pavement. They had circled around an old felt hat, and in Jt were eight little hop toads. Their purpose seemed to be to divide the eight toads among five boys in equal proortion. This problem in mathematics created quite an interest ing discussion in Italian. After the death of one of the boys or three of the toads, I have lorgotten which, I began to walk around the Piazza raing ling with the pigeons and the nobility. The square is among the finest in all Europe and certain! the most unique. It is encased in part by a promenade in the shadow or stone pillars which s...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

2& THE COURIER. II MARRIAGE CEREMONY. UV HKV. JOHN HEWITT. The use of a precomposed set form of marriage is every year .becoming inoro popular. In fact opposition to precom posed foims in religious ceremonies of all kinds is fast passing away. "The Form of Solemnization of Matrimony" of the Episcopal church has done much toward breaking down this opposition. Although it was many years ago em bodied in the book of discipline of the Methodist church it was almost never used by the ministers of that church until recently, and the ministers of other religious bodies, which reject forms altogether, now use it upon request of those who como to them to be married. TIIK KEASON is not far to seok. WeddingBhavo come to bo regarded as great social events. And society imperiously demands obe dience to the minutest details of tho forms and ceremonies pertaining to it. Its best representatives seek the best forms to express the highest order of refinement and culture. Hence they appeal to art...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 June 1895

mitimiu'jM.MMwii.wiHamw THE COURIER. X CHARACTER SKETCH. NO. 12 The author of the "Character Sketch es," which for two seasons now have been a feature of The Couriek, sent with the twelfth sketch, which appears below, the following more or less person al note to the editor: "Don't you think it would be a Rood idea now to discontiruo the sketches? It seems to tno the people of Lincoln hare been very forbearing, and they are entitled to some respite. With jour iormisiion I will put up. ooooo oooooo - H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. wiiitiiie't Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 127 S. Eleventh Street. j PHONE 68. OOOOOOOOOOO my mental kodak for awhile and k'vo the peo ple, important enough to jkiso as "characters" a rest. You hare not hesitated to tell me that sometimes you have thought my re marks were too pointed, and at other times rather too indefinite. Your criticism, probab ly, were just, on the whole. But I think you will readily understand the difficulty I have had in prop...

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