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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

e?0' asas. Lflr- E&? 1 - F ? VOL). 10, No. 28. PRIGE FIVE CENTS i. ui LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUNE 29, IS95. OBSERVATIONS. The titwillow editor of the Journal didn't like my little pleasantry about his testimonial for "dear Mr. Croan"'. For the day after The Coukiek appear ed titwillow, malicious and lying, pro ceeded to "got even" by making what ho conceived to be very cruel state ments about mo in the Journal. I am sorry that my friend titwillow lost his temper so. He might have been more adroit in covering up the chagrin that he felt over the publication in Lincoln of his Croan letter. Lot mo give you a piece of advice, oh, titwillow, titwillow, titwillow! Never allow yourself to get excited, particularly in the summer time; and because somebody has a little good-natured fun with you, don't straightway fall to and be malicious and lying in order to got even. You are a bit too sensitive, oh, titwillow. Jf you must get in a rage at least, titwillow, stick to the truth. The tru...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of ail in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report RBS ABSOLUTELY PUBE THE THEATRES. It is early yet to form an adequate idea of what the next season may bring to the local theatres; but there has been enough bookings at the Lansing and Funko to indicate a better season than we have had in several years. At the Funke recent bookings include Roland Reed, David Henderson's American Extravaganza company, Nat Goodwin, Pauline Hall and Hermann. The Lansing has many dates filled. Con tracts were recently made with Delia Fox and Eddie Foy. GHIMMIE FADDBN TALKS. Llwyn A. Barron, for years the dramatic critic for the Chicago Inter Ocean and one of the ablest theatrical writers in the country, has gone to London as the special representative of the Times-Herald. By visiting the stage of the Lansing theatre one may understand something of the magnitude of Ed Church's under taking in placing "Faust' on the road. There is apparently enough Bcenery, electrical apparatus and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. :w ' ocooocoooooooooooooocoooo HAIRDRESSING, MANICURING ami MASSAGF PARLORS. Mrs. J. C. Bell, !i4N 14th St. A full lino or Switches. Banes, Wave. Theatrical, Masquerade nml street Wigs, Beards, Moustaches, etc. All the best hair brushes and tonics made. ------ ooocooooccocooooooooccooo IN SOCIETY. Roscoe Pound was in Chicago this week. H. II. Fish returned Tuesday rrom Chicago. Miss Florence Fanvell has gone east for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hathaway have returned from Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Whitmore left Monday for Dayton, Ohio. W. H. Tyler and daughter are visiting Will Tyler, jr . in Kansas City. Mrs. F. Till Woods ami daughter are visiting friends in Eltnira, X. Y. Miss Fay Thompson is visiting her friend. Miss Nisbet of this city. F. W. Smith, ex mayor of Alliance, was in town a few days this week. Prof. II. K. Wolfe, of the state uni versity, has gone to New York city. Prof. T. L. Lyon, of the state univer sity, has gone to New York. He will spend his...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. IN SOCIETY. J. J. Butler is in St. Joe. Miss Lizzie Irwin has gone to Wis consin. Oscar Funko of Omaha was in tow.i Wednesday. Carl Morton, of Nebraska City, was in town yesterday. Miss Katharine V. Morrisey left Wed nesday for Tilden. G. P. Faucon has gone east on his anr.ua! vacation trip. Mrs. Harriet Ewan, left Wednesday for Portland, Oregon. Mrs.C. C. Quiggle left Wednesday for Williamsport, Pa. M. Ackcrtuann visited the races at Red Oak. Iowa, this week. Mrs. Jay E. White has returned from a visit in Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dorgan are ex pected home next week. George L. Meisner returned Tuesday from Webster City, Iowa. Mrs. John M. Stewart has returned from Gurerka Springs, Ark. Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Sarah Schwab were Beatrice visitors this week. D. II. Bradley of the World-Herald returned from Long Pine Wednesday. Mrs. A. II. Dorris has gone to Minne apolis where she will spend the summer. Mrs. II. N. Kimball, of Adrian, Mich., is the guest or Mrs. W....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. i'H- OMAHA SOCIETY. MissGreno is Mrs. Charles Keller's guest. Miss Edna Cowin is home from school for the summer. Miss Pratt left last Saturday for a ten days trip to Wyoming. Dr. and Mrs. Ludington have taken the William Wallace house, 24th and Harvey, for tho summer. Miss Rodman, after a four weeks visit to friendB in Omaha, will return to Fort Leavenworth Wednesday. Lieut. G. T. Lanuhorn, .Td U. S. Cav airy Aide to Gen Frank Wheaton, was registered at tho Omaha Club early this week. Miss Anna Millard arrived in Omaha Tuesday and is the guest of her sister. C0UR1ER1SMS The Journal omitted to mention that the prohibitionist county convention, held in this city Tuesday afternoon, ad opted a resolution endorsing the sermon for instance, to serve for, say ten years. Everything possible shoul1' bo done to separate tho judgeships from partisan iwlitics. Tho new management of the pen is uiuuii iniiuibcu. waruen ieidiirn mav WANTED THE PRICE "Mister," said Keginald do Ihimnio...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. J&hf 'roro no league or clap-trap gathering gpHV-' - si:c a8i 'or instance the Springfield 1R25 free silver "convention", but come from 1AJI the rank and file of the party through S u 1 1 11 1 :ni . .: ' held once in four years for the purpose EXTEntD at the mxcolk postofficm mm 0f nominating u candidate for the pres-seconu-class matter. j(ency ThjB .s the on,v officIa, BOUnje A hundred so-called "conventions" might PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAT BT be hed before tfae convention of 1896, I'Pltn n'lDI KfUIUH PAUTilUV tuero can be no rormulation or rc- uTilul rUULIOlimU uUfflrflnl. publican principles until that time. The .i-ric ,- v 1 m .u c. league convention was not afraid. It OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. . . , ,.,.., 6i m ply refused to bo led by the frantic Toleplioxxe fre0 Bjiver ehouters into doing some- " " thing it clearly had no right to do. w. MORTON smith, editor. "Where are tho republicans of the Abra FRED T. DEAN, BcantEBS Mawaqb. ham Lincoln type?" 'Just whe...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. CAPITAL CITY CYCLING CUD Rooms 12, 13 anil 14, at No. Ill south Twelfth street, in the Zehrung block. Tho rooms are always open to visiting wheelmen, who are invited to make themselves at homo 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 tho 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. Allon S. M. Mills F. G. Yule E. E. Walton A. R. Ed mist on C. L. Shader A. J. Hamilton C. A. Wirick C. E. Seifert. ROAD OFFICERS. Captain F. V. efoagland. First Lieutonent E. K. Milmine. Second Lieutenant II. W. Peter. minutes faster than tho race at Grand Island. Following these events he rode and won each and every raco in Bohannn's hall, from 1 to 20 miles, defeating every rider of note in tho state, and also getting all...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. THE ROCA RUN. The club run last Sunday was to Roca and was attended by somo twenty or thirty gentlemen and half a dozen ladies. The day was spent in the woods beeide a muddy stream and the party returned at intervals from 4 o'clock in the after noon to 8 in the evening. It was thus described to me by a participant. "Next day they all said the Koca run was a great institution, and thoy all lied, and they tind out now that they were all fresh as daisies on the return trip, and this is also a mistake. From the club rooms to South street we found it easy sledding, but during the balance of the run we experienced the same feeling we used to on Saturday afternoons when the bullheads were biting tine and our "pa" would tell us to stay home and "bug the potatoes," and we tind that the same ones that were fresh as daisies on the return trip took an unusual interest in botauy, and would spend hours under some hedge studying the Russian thistle, when their minds were ou how to get...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. THE NATIONAL) GAME. CASABICRANKA. The girl sat in tho baso hall stand All but lier beau had lied. And he, ioor chai, could nut demand Relief from what she tuid. "Why does tho pitcher throw it sot" She murmured in dismay, "Such actions violent, jou know His awkward mores display. Why does he so expectorate Upon the snow-white ball? Was he not taught until too late That that's not nice at all? Why does that fellow dou n caco And let his voice resound In cries of "strike" awakening rage In those upon tho ground? Why do the runners ahvnjs fall And slide upon their face; Or else they do not care at all Upon some other place? Why do tho people murmur 'rank'? Ho has no rank, tis plain ; Why does that player, lean and lank. Seem in such awful pain? Why does tho catchier wear that pad Close to his bosom pressed? And why lias not the other had His clothes cut like the rest? Why does that plajer swing tho wood In such a reckless way. And questions as no good man should, What thoso...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

-" "- -- rrr THE COURIER. ! "UA NAPObEON" HAT. We sco in the windows of all our hat stores ITata ami bonnots In stylo very Into Bat of nil these odd fancies, attracting the cyo, "La NajoIeon" is most "up to date." The ladies tills year, how neat they appear When walking along on the street, Onowoarsa "Dutch IJonnot," ono n "Mar guerite" But oh I that "NaK)loon" isn't it just too sweet! There's the "Cisty FiUcerald," "Lillian Ku- scll" so sweet, The fancy "Dutch Bonnet," the dear "Marguer ite." Hut of nil the odd shapes that wo wear with out reason "La Napoleon" 1 think is tho hit of the season Some of course will wear big hats, and others wear small While some will appear to havo none on at all. But those, "up to date" I feel quite sure of that ill wear no othor but "La Napoleon" hat. Grace O'Malley. COURIERISMS. A two hundred million bushel corn crop in Nebraska would mean fCO.OOO.OOO provided corn Bells for 25 ccntR, and many say it will soil for more. T-t The Courier again submit...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

THE COURIER. II Mv' THE FIBbDS OF CLOVBR. Oh. for ono more happy dy Tii run, 'and rump, and play. Out in tlio fields, where over and over, I could roll oiico more in the fragrant clover; For never as joy Liko being a boy. Out in the fields of clover. Oh, for ono more bare-foot run When the lone hot day is done, Down in tlio fields of fragrant clotor While by ray side, my old dog Hover Runs after the cows That stop to browse. Out in the fields of clover. Oh, for one moro vigorous swim. In tho deep old pool where the light is dim. Where down I plunge, over and over. And when I come up I aniell the clover, As the wind blows fresh On my naked llesh. Out in tho Heidi of clover. Oh. for one more rest at night With my heart as free from blight. As in tho old, old da)s,now long passed over. When I plajed in the fields of fragrant clover; For never was Joy Like being a boy. Out in the fields of clover. William Heed Dunroy. POINTS IN POLITIES. Trompen is growing in strength. And tho Civic Fed...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 June 1895

It THE COURIER. I r A GOOD THING Tho fire in the Clarko building Sat urday night was the most disastrous conflagration that has visited Lin coln since tho Buckstnh and Lincoln Faint and Color company fires of several years ago. It would havo been vastly, more serious but for tho efficiency of tho lire department; and if the water servico had not unexpectedly given out, tho department would havo saved tho building and nearly all ofj its contents. Lincoln's tiro department is something to be proud of. It's a good thing. And the chief, Malonc, is tho right man for the place. ooooooooooo H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. WhltliiK'M Fine Stationery and Calling Cards j 127 S. Eleventh Street, i PHONE 68. i OOOOOOOOOOO NEWSPAPER DEATHS Since tho hard times began tno news turners Dubl'shed in this city havo shown a disposition to turn up their toes. The city directory for 1892 tains tho names of many papers con- that have now ceased to exist, and a good many were born and died since 92. ...

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

' 319 VkL- CvfdLJu, VOL,. 10, No. 29. PRIGE FIVR CENTS j..- J- QCW iV"!. 4d f- . ari s m xiit.v 'vi a v f aW A . M'XT m. - X s '&km LINCOLN. NEB.. bATUKDAY. JUIY 6. 1895. OBSERVATIONS. THE "Daily Drift' poet of the cBtccuied Journal finds it diffi cult to drift away from thoughts of the Rev. Cha pin's sermon. Mr. Bix by seeks to make reply to Mr. Chapin's arraignment by clever sarcasm. "News papers arc valuable adjuncts in the work of reform, but they cannot do the entire job of human regeneration," ho says. "The preachers must stand by them and keep the crossings clean of obtructions. More will bo written from time to time upon this very important and timely theme, but for the present let us turn our attention to the selection of noble, puro and high minded men to fill the county otlices.'' It is thus that the facile Bixby treats the serious charges brought by a reputable minis ter against the Journal. This is the Journal's idea of a reply. The editor of the morning paper as su...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power- Latest U.S. Gov't Report Drft&tl Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE but little better than suspected crim inula when under examination, and the certainty that, if finally accepted after a microscopic examination of their record by detectives, they will have to endure the inconveniencies incident to a long trial, naturally increases their aversion to the task. Another important reason for the disinclinaion to serve is that arbitrary und unjust rule govering ex emptions. So many large classes of the community have, in one way or another, secured exemption that the remainder protest against the discrimination. Why should all lawyers, physicians, editors, clergymen, and other cultivated and re sponsible classea be relieved from jury duty? The pretexts and excuses are many, but few will bear looking into. Individuals might be exempted for special reasons properly shown to the court, but to exempt whole classes is unjust and wholly unnecessar...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

Nr THE COURIER. ,i? j, ic1 &! SWli & 4-(i IN SOCIETY. Dr. Bailey returned Sunday from the east. Mies Rose Carsou has been visiting in Omaha. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Kling aro at Lake Geneva. Councilman R. S. Young has returned from tho east. Miss Lucy Gritlith will spend the summer at Manitou. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Coffroth left Saturday for Pittsburg. Mrs. W. R. Dawes and Mrs. Kllen Booker are in Milwaukee. Mrs. R. W. Johnson and children aro visiting friends in Syracuse. Mrs. A. C. Chne of Toledo is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A. Talbot. Miss t Alice Bossleman of Chicago, is visiting Miss Julia Deweese. Mrs. Lewis Trestcr is visiting friends and relatives in Nebraska City. Mrs. Cotter and daughter Gracio are spending a few weeks visiting Mrs. John Manns of Firth. Neb. The PtUiarchs will give a dancing party at Itarlington Beach Tuesday evening. Being given at the beach it will be very informal. Harry Irvine, formerly director of tho Nebraska State Band, has enlisted in regul...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. IN SOCIETY. A. W. Miller has gone to Deadwood. Miss Helen Hoover has gone to Pueblo. Miss Lucy Griffith left yesterday for Manilou. Governor Holcomb spent tho Fourth at Auburn. II. M. Bushnel! spoke at Friend on the Fourth. L. W. Billingsley and R. J. Greene are in Chicago. Miss Marie Hoover has gone to St. Paul, Minn. Harry Hermance has gone to Pitts rield, Mass. Mrs. L. A. Sherman and daughter have gone to Denver. Dr. J. G. Cotter has returned from an extended visit in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris and childred left Tuesday for Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Fish have gone to Chicago, their future home. Mrs. Godfrey and daughter are the guests of O. V. Eaton and family. Miss Rowena Higginson, of Omaha, is the guest of Miss Jessie Lansing. Frank "Lorenz was given a benefit at Burlington beach Tuesday evening. Miss Maud Oakley will give a small dancing party at the Lansing tonight. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Carter have re turned from an extended eastern trip. Joseph Alden...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. SS5J&S5&iS:i&iS 5 SSiJ-5 S 2S tContiixtxecl until Jt-iljkr Otl".f to... fclRiH&TOl BE&CH iOUR GREAT JUNE CLEARING SALE.1 SUNDAY, JULY 7th, GRAND SPECIALTY COMPANY Giving four shows. Concert afternoon and evening ADMISSION TO ALL 10 CENTS. Alany people who have been saving money for the 4th of July will invest it in a suit of clothes when they see ourp rices in thisale. Getyoursummer suit at ft EWING OLOTILI NTG ( 031 PAN Y i) I I lv? mi sji rV iv- rA- .&Asi,J Jj. i &S& MSs- THIS AND THAT One of the latest manifestations in the Fifth ward is the increased impor tance of the boom of A. D. Burr for clerk of he district court. Mr. Burr has been a candidate for this ottice for sometime; but ho has held back a little, and many persons have supposed that he would be willing to let Ensign and Sizer and Cochran and Maulc do most of the fighting in the ward. But there are indications now that Burr may decido to get right in the middle of the fray. ...

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

THE COURIER. ywjVy . and she resides in bt. Johns Woods. i0O&&C' Still, Victoria knows her business, and Irving has lots of cash, without which a tinrnnatitv la filitirtct imnnaai lil. Snnlft H kA-Wv fISlSSKMB " " . sy? - "- j . ,-- -- KNTE3ED at tiie lincolm rosTomcs ai second-class HATTER. " runusHED every SATUBDAT bt 1KJW PUBLISHING GOMPRNY. ..... . . .L o. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. Telephone 384. - w. MORTON smith, EorroR. FRED T. DEAN. Business Mahage. 8nirritlon Kate In Adraae. Per annum MM Three months M n0 &,wte::rinXtL"" For sale at all news stands In this city I Umnha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will b ncrtcd. Rates mndo known on application. Lincoln, Neij., July C, 1895. Now that the 4th has parsed let us moralize a bit. Why do we celebrate tho 4th of July? Well, for one thing, isn't it the day on which Mr. Pemberton presented to Mr. Grant the freedom of the city of Vicksburg? Isn't it also the day on which Mr. Mead and several of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. ON THE WHEEL ON YER WHEEL. Taiii't do use titlkin', it's hei-ps o' fuu Tit Kit up in tlio morain'aforothe sun. And talco a five- or a ten-mile run On jrer wheel. Ycr take a spin throueh the town still dead. While the day's just breakin overhead. And ycr make less noise thauthcrabhit'stread, On yer wheel. Then 'cross the river bo still and blue. An' fly past tho medders all wet with dew. An tho cattle turnin'ter stare at you On yerwhepl Meet a farmer with a "pesky colt" That tries it's best to turn ami bolt While the farmer cusses "that city dolt On a w heel." Then back to tho city just beirinnin' ter hum With the whirr and rush of the world's Kreat loom; And ycr feel the richest kind of a swell, "by Kum," On ycr wheel. An' IctushoiK) wncn we leave tho din Of this world o crime an' woe an sin An dogs an' w ires an' Klass an t'n. That St. Poter will say: "Jest ride riht in. You've had jcr trial on earth below." Ail' strait-lit up to the early throne we'll k On our wheels....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. JULY RUNS. July 7, Valparaiso, 25 miles. Start at 0 a. m., take dinner and return in the afternoon. July 14, Firth. .'50 miles. Start at S:30 a. m.. take dinner and return in the afternoon. July 21, York, Gl miles. Start at 5 a. in. and take dinner in York. This is a good chance for ye century riders. July 2S;Raymond, 12 miles. Start at " ,'l p. m. This run iB Tor all wheelmen and wheelwomen of the city. Short runs will be called from time to titno during the month for Wednesday evenings. HOW THE CONTEST STANDS .150 200 200 100 :$oo 200 173 150 100 100 CAPITAL CITY CYCLING GL.UB Gd run and one that ought to be largely attended. Start at 0 a. in. lTd. M. Allen, Ed. Howe. "Doo" Mil- mine, Ory Ward, Joe Sullivan and II. C. Beebo left at midnight Wednesday, on their wheels, to make the run to Kearney, and bo in attendence at the state meet of the L. A. W. My suggestion of a big cycle parade is taking root among the members of the club and others and several schemes are on f...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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