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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

THE COURIER. THE NATIONAL, GAME. THE GREAT GAME. Thursday morning, tho Fourth of July, thcro was a Karae of baso ball in thiscity between tho lawyers anil the newspaper men. Now the latter were much the better players, but the kinghts of tho red tape had their juggles with them and they juggled ami jollied tho local "Oaths" and Joo Howard's. This is how they played tho game: They knocked tho ball with precipes And purloined bases with perfect ease. They opened green bags and issued writs. And ten red the reporters oat ' their wits. They did'nt IXAT.but scred on fudge. Pressing in for umpire a partial judge. They downed the scribes by hocus pocus. Taking their best players by habeas corpus. They often had their eyesight blurred, Then they rested and just demurred. They reached after lulls, pro confesso. And missing said, "wot t' hcllT" eea jesVo. They even resorted to attempts to quash, And some other schemes that wouldn't wash. They made the reKrteru truly despondent. The way they a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

I THE COURIER. THE THEATRES. Ed. Church is consorting with the managers in Now York. W. W. Cole remains in Lincoln making dates for Griflith tmMcuhisto, Jtichard and Shy-lock. CARNATIONS I m We are the largest growers of carnations in the west. . . . -All the latest fads.- Lust season some of the best class of attractions refused to go farther west than Chicago. And in the latter part of tho season particularly many companies that had booked to appear in this sec lion cance'led their dates. Just now an interesting question is, What will be the attitude of the companies toward the west, or tho far west tho coming season? not fasten on her as a model. But the present contention is particularly amus ing in view of the fact that Duse was a failure with the best public when she acted first in London, and aroused no great critical enthusiasm. Now the de light that she has caused such laughable observers as Bernard Shaw is to bo compared only to tho delight which some French actors gave hi...

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

THE COURIER. ii POINTS IN POLITICS. Now that the republican county central committee has met and fixed the date of the convention there is a disposition on the part of the candi dates to begin tho ante-convention fight at once. For a couple of months there has been more or less preliminary skirmishing; but the campaign for nominations cannot be said to have fairly begun until this week. All through tho heat of July the politicians' ardor will wax strong, and the clashing of the clans will go on unrestrained by the intluencoof the dog days. Tho desire for oflico is a thing beyond tho reach of winter's cold or summer's heat. It rises alcove tho elements, and leads men a merry dance through all the days and some of the nights. T-t Nebraska may, at rare intervals, sus tain a failure of tho corn crop: but -sinco the good old days when territorial poli tics wad not unmixed with the smoking "gun' there has never been a failure of the crop of candidates. At all times, aye, in tho darkest ho...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 July 1895

w.. l-CZ :- n THE COURIER. ;?Ws-3? in it i.i , X m a X 1 A BOOMERANG. "I've got a great chance to go on record," said the politician to his wife, "and all I want is a speech; a ringing arraignment of the other side; some thing that'll paralyze 'em with a volley of vindictive vituperation. "Well," replied his wife, "that'B easy. All you have to do is to take one of their own speeches and transpose the names of the parties as they are mentioned." ISJVI THE GENERAL AGENT for MUNYONS REMEDIES. F. ?. Zoning Druggist, FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. ROTATING DISKS BICYCLE Shoes, Pants, Sweaters -AT- MAYER BROS.j iL 0 "Charlie Van Braam has wheels in his head! exclaimed Amy to her friend, the high school girl. "Don't you know that expression is horrid slang?" asked Mildred. "Is it?" replied Amy, innocentlv. "ltia" "What should I say to express the same idea?" "Say that his cranium is amply gup plied with rotating disks." ooooooooooo H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. Will tl ncEa Fine Stationery and ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

S"-TSrs-rV-K ' v- ' jfv -. 1 Zl 0 UJiml OtfXL VOL.. 10, No. 30. ESTABLISHED IN 1886, PRICE FIVE C5NTS Jtrfmtk. t ? d S LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JUIY 13 1895. , OBSERVATIONS. VK. ANNIN'S Washington corres- I V I pondence ia interesting, even in these times of quiet at the cap ital. Mr. Annin, by the way, usually has some one great man on the string, some one to whom he is wholly devoted. Not very long ago it was his relative and benefactoi Algernon Sidney Paddock, now gone to rest in the peaceful shade of Beatrice-on-the-Blue. Then itwas Senator Man derson. Now it is that straight and rock-ribbed democrat and infatigable letter writer, J Sterling Morton, secre tary of agriculture and general high jinks of Mr. Cleveland's administration. The correspondent's devotion to Mor ton is quite as intense as his erstwhile affection for Paddock and Manderson. Some republicans are disposed to resent this pushing forward of the Sage of Arbor Lodge through republican ' f agency, but Buch resentmen...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER. TO I,: wiK m fr te i & k I ) Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report AiftOUimV PURE POINTS IN POLITICS. But little interest is manifested in this year s state politics. There is much more talk of next year's possibilities than of affairs closer at hand. The question of the governorship has been receiving attention for some months, and there are plans for the guber natorial campaign of 9G already partly matured. Republicans do not admit that there is any possibility of Hol comb's re-eWtion, All discussion of candidates for the executive office is carried on by republicans in the assumption that whoever is nominated will be elected. Occasionally it is said that Tom Majors will once more appear before the state convention as an applicant for "vindication," but it is hardly likely that Majors will be a candidate attain. Many leading republicans who were favorable to Majors candidacy last year, or who gave it passing approval, would be strongly oppose...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER. r IN SOCIETY. Since the first of the month there have been many departures for the mountains, the seaside and the old homestead in the east. A number of outing parties for the latter part of July and the eariy part of August are now being profected. But a good many will remain at home this summer, and the stay-at-homes are re-inforced by tho young people who have been out of the city attending school, most of whom have now returned with the intention of spending the major portion of the vacation in town. Mrs. F. A. Brown has returned from the east. Clarence M. Dutton left Sunday for St. Louis. The Universalist church will remain Maude Hammond. Mrs. A. B. Clark, Miss Clark and Miss Harris visited tho Crete Chautauqua assembly this week. Miss White and Miss Vallery of Plattsmouth, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yates this week. Miss Daisy Tuttlo sang "Opon the Gareof Temple" Sunday morning at St. Mark's Lutheran church. L. A. Bumstead left Sunday for a hunting and ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

jiilllPt," . .-'"'" ' . v v " j BBSBBB BU PPLE M (NT HE COU RIER. JULY 13. 189 5. CECIL SPOONER .4 T"" d rtSi-gf j-jat: -.-w "- 'Ji fc3 r !t

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER. in M It 1 THE OLD HOMESTEAD Quincy, Mass., July 7, 1895. -By gad," said ho, "I am deu cod glad to get back to Boston. I wired my wife yesterday I would be home today and told her to cook some beans. I haven't had any for three weeks. I won't do a thing to those beans. Tell you what it is, gentlemen, there is nothing in the line of food equal to the reliable Boston Baked Beans with steaming hot brown bread. By gad, it is elegant. I am sick of this western beef. You can't cut it, you know, without an axe or something heavy and sharp." The above thrilling statement was made in the smoking room of the sleep er as I neared Boston enroute from Chicago. I admire a man- who speaks the truth, and more especially when the subject is either Boston or Beans. It is fairly fas cinating. When he remarked about Boston baked beans with steaming hot brown bread, my mouth watered deep ly. I was bathed in a transport of joy- Ho keen the pleasure to return to one's native home after years o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

f. THE COURIER I s. h r M to possess, and with the advantage of his past painful experience, ho will try and live down the scandal now attached to his name, and in a great measure undo the wrongs now laid at his door.'; GVCi G0WST Apropos, the Neics justly remarks: rHE coiJKIER this week inaugurates another of entered at Tin LiNcoLW roaTomca am "It is a remarkable fact that a man will ecoxd-clab matte. for years violate the laws of God and jQ popular COnteStS. This time it 18 t"WO ValU- " with impunity, will endeavor to amass published every SATURDAY wi wealth and gain inlluenco by the most aDl6 high gradfe bicycles. I NflER PUBLISHING Ml. S-STS1 "- -the phizes -no. . ZZ$?. GENT'S '95 MODEfeVICTOfi ! WHEEL Value $100 Telephone 884. ves, he whines about the shame that LADY'S '95 MODEL) SYRACUSE WHEEL, Value $100 1 will fall on his family. Every man who These wheeg UiveIy High Grado and worth all the effort w. MORTON SMITH, Eoitor. 6eeks to have some record of his crim- FRED T. DEAN. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER ON TH5 WHEEL THE STATE MEET. "Five miles." (By Our Special Representative.) The fifth annual State meet of the Nebraska Division of the League of American Wheelman is a thing of the past, and with the exception of railroad and hotel accomodations was a success in every way. Kearney has a fair track and enter prising citizens, but the league officials should see that the town is much too small to, accomodate even the enthusi astic wheelmen, t j say nothing of the visitors this meet would bring if the location was central and tho railroad service good. On the evening of July 3rd tho hotels were filled with four in a room, and on the fourth, wheelmen were fortunate if they could find citizens who would take them in. Owing to the local rains tho Lincoln riders were compelled to go to the meet on July first or second to get a track o train on. Reaching Kearney they found a steady rain falling and could not put a wheel on tho track until the races were called. This accounts la...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

TE 'THE COURIER. m w w I IVI p ffl Cl P5 m for the last half; riding neck and neck with Haynian in the last eighth and beating him by four inches, Collins third with the balance away behind. The time 4:56 2-5 is a state record. In the 2 mile handicap Class B there was a slight change, insomuch as Rigby failed to catch the field and dropped out in the first mile. The finish was Ren shaw, 50 yards, first, Mills, 100 yards, second and Park, 100 yards, third, time 5.-0G 2-5. In the 2 mile open Class B the finish drifted back to the tame old order with Rigby first, Renshaw second and Park third in 5:15 3-5. The tandem was again brought out in the mile open Class A and good time was made. The finish was Hayman first, Collins Becond and Pixley third, time 2:22 1 5. Pixley and Hayman the Class A favorites came out for a tandem half and made 1:05 2-5 with flying start Of the thirty-four entered, but eigh teen rolled their wheels out in the 5 mile handicap Class A. This was a continual grind,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

DATK A MAN WITH A WONDERFUL RECORD! NO LIVING PHYSICIAN HAS MADE THE RECORD THAT DANTE HAS IN SIX YEARS TIME IN AMERICA. MUSIC -- A CHORUS OF OVER TWO HUNDRED VOICES Singing Praises To Dr. Dante and his Marvelous Remedies, and People Thronging From all Over The Country All Go Away Satisfied. New Testimony Pouring in Daily Proving His Wonderful POWER OVER DISEASE! A VOLUNTARY STATEMENT FROM MR. E. K. SLOSSON TO A COURIER REPORTER. Mr E, K. Slosson of Denton, received a treatment from Dr. Dante last Thursday for lame back and Rheumatism arjd was almost instantly reliev ed, Mr, Slosson informed a Courier Reporter that he had every confidence in Dr, Dante's treatment and rEmedies.and from from, the number of people goin7 and coming from his offices he was sure tre doctor was making good his promise to the public, MWUlG UOTCE. Those desiring to take advantage of Dante's offer of absolutely free treatment to a cure, must do so before July 15. Under no circumstances will thore b9 an extens...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

fr S- R ?i I. L, POfolTIGAfe NOTES. BIS II DOZEN McCandless and Gould will in all probability be renominated. Hartely and Dawson are the two can didates for county clerk in Bennett. John 0. Cunningham has been busy among th boys this week. He is a popular candidate. Elmer Spencer's popularity as a justice of the peace stands him in hand hb a candidate for county judge. The are two candidates for county clerk down at Bennett, and there will probably be a tight for the delegation. C. M. Branson of Yankee Hill, is a candidate for clerk of the district court. He is one of the last to enter the race. A vigorous effort will probably be made to secure the election of Judge Tibbets by the populists and democrats. year the Bryan democrats may There is a fair sized list of candidates make much of a demonstration. If candidates in the Fifth, and so on with Cornish and Caldwell. The judges will be named first, and the convention will then proceed with the other nomin atians as though no candida...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIBK. it ELEGANT LINE OF POCKJ BOOKS-CARD CASE8 for summer tourists and others. LEATHER NOVELTIES. Repairing a Specialty. Old Trunks in Exonange for New Ones. 1217 0 STREET. U.1IGUTO L1NC0H TRUNK HCTORY. THE THEATRES. The political editor of The Cockier said something last week about how men achieve success in politics. He in timated that manipulation and hard work are often more effective than simple merit. There is, I believe, no doubt of it. The stage has done much to throw the strong light of publicity on American politics, quite as much, perhaps, as literature. Such plays as Mr. Hoyt's "A Texas Steer,'' "The Mighty Dollar,' (William J. Florence's great play,) and "The Senator" in which William H. Crane recently appeared, may be slightly overdeveloped pictures of practical politics, but they have shown in a particular effective manner how political wires are pulled. The impres sion left by them on tho popular mind is much more vivid than that produced by any of tho politi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER. S i. 1 I i GASABIANCA REVISED. Tho boy stood on the burning deck Whence all but lie had tied Tbo rest had skipped becauto tbojr knew The heat would kill 'em dead Tho boy wai game he would have died A noble death and true Had not some viltian shouted, "Is It hot enough for your New York World. ooooooooooo H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. Wt-altii-atE Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 127 S. Eleventh Street. PHONE 68. ooooooooooo HE APOLOGIZED Kiljordan Kajones, you are a gentle man. I told you a story yesterday which I now remember having told you a few weeks ago, and you took it the second time wincing. Kajones I beg to assure you I did not remember that you had ever told me the story before. Kiljordan Then I take back my first remark. SODA-"LICIOTJS" Is what they say of our Omritre jiioli.a'te5 Our soda is all tine. Crushed fruits served with ice cream soda. Wilson's gharmacY1 TENTH & O. A GOOD ARTICLE Writer Bow did you like my article? Editor Very good, indee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COURIER. Ladies White Canvas Oxfords, reduced to $1.25 T siinnprc New Stvles $1.00 and $1.25 A glass of cream soda with EVERY 50 CENT PURCHASE A glass of Ice Cream Soda with every ONE DOfoLAR PURCHASE. .... RI66S' PHCY, 1146. 0 Sill "" "r-- -' black Tan Oxfords, for one week, at 1-5 off. foadies, Men's and Boys Tennis shoes to close out cheap. BE. R. Nissley & o.f WSJS"E5' 5 fS',cS',S',57S?5?5Sr'B? ffi$" Free! Free! Free! f p 1 ff m r t f ii V f Mrs. F. M. Williams is in Chicago Frank D. Saunders left for Boston Monday. Prof. Marsland The book review club met at the rooms of Superintendent Corbett Wed nesday afternoon. has returned from hire. J. H. Sweet, Ernest Snivser, and Mrs. John Kurtz left for Washington the eaily part of the week. Miss Sheldon of Nebraska City, who has been visiting her cousin Mrs. F. W. Smyeer, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Rezin Welch left Thurday for has gone to New Cadiz, Ohio. She was accompanied to Chicago by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hill. the "bad land...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 July 1895

THE COU RIER. THE NATIONAL GAME. THE LAST LADIES DAY IN JULY. Last Monday, of course, was tho"Iudies day." And to the ball grounds they all went. Thinking thnt by putting their washing oil Their time could bo just as well spent In watching our favorites do up their foes Those lads from tho town Omaha And keep still in tho lead where they always should be Making Omaha wish they'd stayed homo with their ma. Tho weather perfection, everyone in good trim. All seemed to bo favoring our boys The ladies looked lovely as they alwajs do And tho children knew well that they should make no noise. Then tho game soon began, and tho plnjers did well And in inning sixth tho score stood six to seven When the Omaha bojs guessed they'd make a few runs And beforo they got through I thought they'd run to heaven. Just to think they mado ten scores in only one inning. Oar bo) s could only look on And make a fow errors, and surely beginners To play the worst ball, they'vo put upon the ground. Tho hours ro...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

VOb. 10, No. 31 -XL . J9 ESTABLISHED IN 18S6. S&UZsif Mfmlk ZCc !!.-- :. - '-Ml 'AwS LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JULY 20 1S95. OBSERVATIONS. THE Omaha Bee a few months ago in referring to the Rev. Byron Beall, of this city, called him the Phillips Brooks of Nebraska. I imagine it was the worthy divine's appearance, rather than his sermons that suggested this comparison. Not content with having himself called the Phillips Brooks of Nebraska this preacher is now evidently yearning for fiesh dis tinction. He would be known as the Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst of Lincoln, a title for which Rev. Shepherd and Rev. Chapin have for some time been run ning a close race. Rev. Shepherd com menced a Parkhurstian campaign as far back as two years ago. Rev. Chapin joined him not long after. Now comes Byron Beall with a loud fanfare of trumpets and joins the other two cru saders. Messrs. Shepherd and Chapin said much that is true in their remarks about municipal corruption and no one doubts their sinc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

: THE COURIER. h fc lasm ft t IB m Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report TrM Baking Powder John L. Doty, the Fifth ward candi dale for county judge, has, it is said, allied himself with the Sizer-Maule faction. A. D. Burr's spurt for ,clcrk of the district court continues with unabated vigor. Mr. Burr is an old time Fifth ward warrior and he knows how to go about it. lii AB&OLUTELY PURE Lookout movement. for an Elmsr Stephenson POINTS IN POLITICS. Some republicans are mighty enthus iastic over the prospect that the two county ofllces now held by populists will be "redeemed" at this fall's elect ion, and a full republican ticket,elected. This is a republican year, they say, and everything is bound to be republican. Prospects are certainly flattering; but it must be remembered that the republi cans havelo6t many an election by just such over confidence. It is to be hoped that the whole- ticket may be elected. The one way to make it absolutely 6ure is to nomi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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