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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. POblTlGAb NOTES. The new deputy attorney general, Mr. Day, has already entered upon his duties. Sweet peace still obtains in the Fouith, bo far as the judgeships aro con cerned. Charley Waite has been putting in considerable time among the politicians of the outBide precincts of late. Pat Dcre has a large number of votes for county clerk in his vest pocket or otherwise concealed about his person. It is denied that Billy Summers will be a candidate for attorney general at the expiration of Mr. Churchill's first term. A. W. Scott is a man of general popu larity, and with tho unanimous support of the Sixth ward, he will bo a strong candidate for district judge. John P. Maule made many friends by his couree as chairman of the central committee, and now that he is a candi date, his services aro not forgotten. Long John Trompen's boom that threatened at ono time to beat down everything before it, is not just now in tho ascendent, as I have before suggest ed. There is a strong...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THB COURIER. ,- IV Mi?, it- tilT 17. & . fc t fe? SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. E.Baker are in Manitou. A. G. Beemer has returned from Den ver. Beman Dawes has gone to Marietta, Ohio. Bishop Bonacutn has returned from St. Louis. Oscar Funke, of Omaha, was in town this week. . C. A. Atkinron left Wednesday for Mississippi. H. G. Whitmore left Thursday for the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis have gone to Minneapolis. Miss Nellie Marshall is visiting friends in Grand Island. Mrs. P. L. King returned from Lake Geneva Thursday. Miss Laura Uoutz is visiting relatives in Huntingdon, Ore. Homer J. Edmiston visited friends in Omaha this week. Miss Claude Gwinn has returned from a visit to Benton, la. Charles A. Bobbins returned Saturday from central Illinois. Dr. Ruth M. Wood is spending the summer in Wyoming. Frank S. Burr left Tuesday for Spirit Lake, Iowa, on his wheel. Ed A. Church returned from New York and Chicago yesterday. Miss Reba Duff, of Nebraska City, is the guest ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. rs -m.m.. -.j.rr. rree: ea syo .a'iJ'F. jwpupb zjt mati- rm &x A glass of cream soda with EVERY 50 CENT PURCHASE A A glass or ico ureaui bona with every rqj MAKERS OF DELICIOUS CANDIES AND ICE CREAM. WE ARE THE ONLY HOUSE IN IHE CITY THATMAKES ITS CANDY. ONfc UObLAR PURCHASE. RB' PHJIRMAGY. 1146 0 STREET. Catering in all its branches tr Phone 6S1 Ml SOUTH 11 Street. H Vf&UMdI?ZV'U1& n wiivx ' - m v h r r- n , . jk r mm w r rm nro . .km ram.-k. k uv 3 .CM 'A H HtW "S"" SSS w; , - gg "Next week a party consisting of Dr. W. L. Dayton, W. " N. Rehlander, Dr. Simmons, C. H, Rudge, Walter C. Davis and P. A. Snyder, of Tecumseh. will go to .New York purposing to sail imme diately for Europe. They will make a tour of England on bicycles, and remain abroad until September. Matteon Baldwin. Mrs.F. W. Baldwin and Miss Grace Oakley can be seen, or rather could be seen before the de parture of the party for Wyoming, returning from "Meadow Brook' nearly every evening wher...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. w lv . & i1 IF Br- K 8L : f ( i-- it E5t - !Cv F I ' .fife fc-- .; k- xsTzum At tps Lnrcox. khiwirb as 8ECOD-CLAM 1CA7TIB. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY IflNRrWHMCm. against which Rev. Beall cries out; and as Mr. Bentley says, it is hardly consis tent to license or regulate the one, and then attempt to prohibit or Wipe out the other. This world would become as in the philosophy of Dr.Panglosa "the best of all possible worlds' if drink and the various social evils were effectually pro hibited; but it has yet to be demonstrat ed that this can be done. However, this fact Bhould not prevent attempts to lessen the evils. OFFICE 217 North FJerenUi St. SILVER DISCUSSION The free silver dis- Telophone OS. assumes cuBs5on b taking """ LITERARY FORM on a new interest w. MORTON smith, Eorro. theB0 dayB( and -lt ;B poggie that the FRED T. DEAN, Bcsnrw Xaxasm. iBSUe may be kept alive a little longer by "" jje new departure, which may be called Subscription Katea-la Alnm a literary...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. THE NATIONAL VEHICLE. THE CYCLING GIRL There is something captivating, And, upon my word, elating. That is quite exhilarating. In the merry cycling girl. Sbo is chiqnant. Sim is piquant. And she's kickuant When you see her in the whirl. And sho rides with head erected Not a single point neglected That will make her pose respected As a fascinating girl. Sho is dainty, Xover painty. Nor issainty When sho rides right through the whirl. And sbo dresses for her walking, For her riding, for her talking, From her bonnot to her stocking, Does this ontortaining girl. She is witty. And so pretty. Every bitty Like a ship with sails unfurled. American Wheelman. BIKE AND BLOOMERS Mary had n littlo lamb, And both havo long been dead ; If Mary were alivo today. She'd havo a wheel instead. Boston Globe. Mary had a little lamb. It followed her each day. Till Mary put tho bloomers on, And then it ran away. Louisville Times. "Mary had a little lamb" Will theso fellows never quit! Their rh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. I i ffl ill; mx- f HOW THE CONTEST STANDS There is but little change in the con test for The Courier wheels this week; Some of the candidates hare with drawn their natuet. and requested The Courier to say to those who cast votes for them that they do not wish any more rotes cast for them. Miss Eflie Steen and Miss Clara Carmody hare written The Cockier withdrawing their names and asking that the rotes cast for them bo thrown to Miss Stella Kirker. But Miss Kirkcr has also with drawn and rotes consequently will not be counted by The Courier for any one unless otherwise instructed. In the gentleman's list Mr. Fred Yule withdraws since he does not wish to be a candidate for the wheel for which he is local agent. The Courier is in possession of infor mation which goes to show that the list following does not by any meanB show the status of the contest. There are others" who are working very quietly, but who have not as yet turned in a list. When these come in it will doubtl...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

T" THE COURIER. THE NATIONAL GAME. LINCOLN AT HOME. Friday old Bill Traflley and his Rang swooped down on us; swooped is a good word, too. They enticed the bucklets out to the M street park, and without any foolishness or apology beat the locals 9 to 3. Piggemeier pitched win ning ball and Kimmerer didn't. That tells the story completely. t-t Saturday's game with the Trafs was a pretty contest bar the fatal ninth. Both teams put up good ball and the game was exciting until the last drink water man sprinted over the plate with the winning run. Gragg was touched rather freely iii the ninth, O'Brien miEsed an easy pop-up, and, well they got one more run than we did. t-t After making good his boast that ho would take two out of the three from the Bucks, old man Traflley and his gang dropped the third, and it was a clear shut out, 13 to 0. Freddy did the twirling for the locals. The game was characterized by the good hitting and ginger of "ours." Quincy is our Jonah. Three straight from ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. r v 1 r 1 I 85- i in I $ s-v f !:- Ir sy- itr te. THE SONG BIRD I feel a song bird in my breast It feebly flatters and will not rest. It ever longs its vringc to try But iU wines are weak it cannot fly. Its toico is faint, one piping note Conies from its feeble half-formed throat And this imtierfect, monotonous song This bird keeps singing all day long. lerhas the bird may grow some day. And bo strong enough to fly away, I'crhaiis its feeble notes belong To some full-throated, matchless song. Perhaps the bird its wings may try Or weekly soar and fall and dio. But still it flutters in my breast And faintly chirps and will not rest. Some birds soar free and grand and strong Some birds pour forth a matchless song And some die chirping in the neat " God made them all and lie knows best. William Reed Ounroy. Hardly. The World-Herald under stands tolerably well the reason for the bolt. There is a considerable number of democrats in this state who beliore in taking their polit...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. THE THEATRES. Frank Zehrung went to Omaha a few da 8 ago to witness a performance of Iloyt's "A Black Sheep" at Boyd's. This new comedy bears a close re semblance to the earliest Hoyt pro ductions, and is, apparently, in a fair way to equal them in money-making power. It is no secret that "A Temper ance Town,' from which Mr. Hoyt ex pected so much, was a failure. Boston was about the only place in the country where it was produced with profit. The playwright was ofThis beat in handling the temperanco question. Then the name of the play was enough to kill it. It was to counteract the effect or "A Temperance Town' that "A Black Sheep' was brought forth. When ono knows something of the disappointment and loss Mr. Hoyt sus tained in "A Temperance Town' one can appreciate the story Mr. Zehrung brought back with him from Omaha. "Hoyt, McKee and Julian Mitchell, the stag! manager, were sipping lemonade or 'the same' not far from the Rialto in New York"' remarked Mr. Zehrung, "...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 July 1895

THE COURIER. HIS FIRST BRIEF. "Mr. Scrimplo,' said the magnate to the rising young lawyer, "I want to make ubo of your valuable Ecrvices." "Very well, Bir," said Scnmple, as he gasped as the joyous prospect of a first brief. "What can I do for you? "A firm which competes with my house," replied the magnato firmly, "is about to bring an action for damages against me, and I want you to get them to engage you as their attorney." mg&i FOOLISH BEE. IAM "How doth the Httlo busy beo Improve each shining hour. And gather honey all the day From every opening flower." And when tlio season's work is done. The frugal farmer man Grabs all the honey gathered in And damps it in his can. And hence it seems to one who views How things do come to pass. That, in a modern business light. The busy bee's an ass. BICYCIB THE GENERAL AGENT m for Shoes, Pants, MUNYONS REMEDIES. tap Sweaters V x$ IS -AT- PA Art A V L T L? uu v xa IW TAJt" Druggist, FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. Kg innibix 'gS '.& i w : 2 OOOOOO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

VOL-. 10, NO 32. ESTABLISHED IN I8S6, PRICE FIVE CENTS it:' ji"j l "vi k -x. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JULY 27 1S95. OBSERVATIONS. IF all politicians were patriots what a patriotic place Lincoln would bo! The town couldn t holil all the patriotism. As it is, it can hardly hold all the politicians. Lincoln is one of the most intensely political cities of its size to be found anywhere in the coun try. A large portion of our people eat and drink and sleep and dream in poli tics, and measure their existence, not by days and weeks and years, but by cam paigns. Something of an attempt to cover the local political field has been made in this week's Courier, and tho extent of the field can bo judged some what by the showing made. In Lincoln, and in fact all over Ne braska, the crop of politicians is fertil ized by the frequency of campaigns. - There are so many offices and the terms are 60 short and tho elections are so numerous that men are drawn into poli tics with the idea that everybody ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

THE COURIER. ? Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report DnVI Ab&owtely pure POINTS IN POLITICS. Tbe elongated patriot from Hickman known everywhere as John Trompen espied C. O.'Whedon on the Btreot the other day. "Howdo" eaid long John. "Howdor replied Mr. Whedon. "What do you think of me as a candidate for a sheriff?" then inquired the Hickmanite. Mr. Whedon with that frankness that is a conspicuous element of his gentle disposition said: "I don't think," "Wh wh why; what is the matter? You are for me, ain't you, Whedon?'' Hero there were, I am informed on competent authority, tears in John's eyes and much tremulousness in John's voice. Tho gentle Whedon made reply in such manner and with such directness as to leave in John's mind no doubt of its negative intent. -'Xot by a (the missing words can be supplied according to the reader's imagination orknowledgo of the linguistic capability of Mr. Whedon.) "You are all right, John," he.continued, "but you are too...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

WJ v. THK COURIER. ii- Id the list of candidates given on the opposite page no mention is made of one or twc aspirants for political honors who have very recently shied their cas tors into the arena. A. L. Funk, of this city, is one of the latest candidates. He is looking upon the office of county superintendent with longing eyes. There is also talk of a new caudidate out in Havelock, this voting precinct having already two aspirants for office in the persons of Pat Doro and 0. W. Corey, the first for county clerk, and the latter for county superintendant. Now rumor has it that R. O. Castle will be "brought out by his friends" as a can didate for clerk in opposition to" Doro. There is also another candidate for county superintendent out near Union College A candidate for constable not included in tho list is W. W. Carder. It has been tho practice for years to hold the republican city convention, at which candidates fcr justice of the peace and constable are nominated, im mediately f...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

.9 "r- THE COURIER. Ik IN SOCIETY. The following from the World Herald, will bo noted with interest in this city: "An engagement was an nounced during the week which pleasantly stirred tho summer lethargy and gave society something to talk about. It was that of Miss Gertrude Chambers, daughter of Mr. William Chambers, of Omaha, and Mr., Guy Parkes.of Decatur, III. Mr. Parkes is not a stranger here, where he lived until five years ago and was connected with the Bank of Com merce. It was during his visit here early in tho week that he announced his happiness in capturing one of Omaha'tf loveliest and sweetept society girls." Miss Chambers visited in Lincoln frequently in tho last two years, as the guest of Mias Leila Shears, and was much admired in this city. Gasoline parties are rather an inno vation in Lincoln. but tteRavolaclub was compelled to give one Wednesday even ing. Tho electric lights ilickered out early in the evening und the manager of the Beach secured gasoline Haulers b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

-& J F7Sysv- ikkAaMj mm Free! Ijree! Free! A glass of cream sod8 "wii li EVERY 50 CENT PURCHASE VAV5- A glass of Ico Cream Soda with every ONE DOIoLAR PURCHASE. 3 W V f DELTfJroiJS li n ANDTE8 AND ICE CJIEAM. i' PliGY, 1146 0 STREET- M WE ARE THE ONLY HOUSE IN IHE CITY THAT MAKES OUR OWN CANDY. i u S& Catering in all its branches . ftt$TllO.K G31 'iSf saswMryw - - 8 Jlft - Qrfr- A ft & f & & " iv? -J; Mtb.r.K& ve w'i PI SOUTH It Street. "STi? , , . Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in tf utchisoVs Sunday school class in the honor of Miss Edith Laisy, of Cleveland. St. Paul M. E. church. Wednesdav Ohio, and Miss Reba DutT, of Nebraska afternoon at Lincoln park. Those pres City The house was very tastefully ent were Misses Elsie Fawell. Minnie decorated in cut flowers and the colors, Saver, Bertha Wiliiams, Zula Jones, yellow and white; the favors being Dora Smith, Clara Howard, Nellie and Nebraska's favorite flower, the golden Blanche Smitbson, Anna Pearson, Alv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

flfllHflHflBiflHHHHHiiHHMHHI KXTEKZD AT THK LWOOLW TOtTOTFJCa AS SECOHD-CLAM MATXXm. PUBLISHED EVERT SATCBDAT BT THE COURIER PUBLISHING GOMPMY. OFFICE 217 North Elerentfa St. Telephone 884 that he should never be called upon to pay it, although the agent told him he was foolish not to hang onto. it. A stranger putting down such a sum would, of course, have its effect on stirring local capitalists to follow his example." It would be in order now for the esteemed managing editor of the Journal to pub lish another Croan testimonial. Word has reached this city, by the way, that Mr. Croan's now college at Anderson will not be finished in time for the open ing this fall. Jt may be finished by September 1896, it is said. BYWAY Next week announ- OF cement will be made ANNOUNCEMENT of eome changes in The Courier that have been in con templation for several months, changes that will materially affect this paper, and be for its immediate betterment. The Courier has made a field for itself, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

mmssgsammmnammk BrejggaMraEWfg 'sqer i mi couvmr 1B - -i - THE NATIONAL VEHICLE. THE GYCLB GIRL. The hammock girl is out of ilate, Tlio carriage girl passe, Th girl who rides the bicycle Rules all the world to-day. She Hashes by with graceful speed. As if she rode on air, And, as sho glides along, she finds Admirers everywhere. Let Bishop Deane and Diship Coze Abuse her as they may. Tho cycle girl is here, brand-new. And she is here to stay. Klie doesn't caro how much they fuss, For sho knows she's all right. And, even as they grumble, they Must own she's out of sight. So hero's to the sweet cyclo girl. In bloomers or in skirts. She's worth a dozen of the girl That lounges 'round and flirts; And hero's a wish for Bishop Coxo, A-railing on the fence; That ho may lire and grow in grace, And somo day have more sense. Exchange, THE CYCLE GIRL. CRITICIZED. Cycling gives our wives, daughters, eisters and sweethearts a charm that even they themselves wot not of. A woman, properly costumed,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

THE COURIER. Miss Ada Hcaton is learning to ride. Bruce Gilbert has returned from York. Miss Crow, the glovo saleslady at the Famous is riding a new Victor. Ed Botvcn proved himself as good a water athclcte as he is a cyclist. D. P. Hadloy has gone to Fairmont on his wheel for a week's vacation. J. D. Parker, the 243 pound alderman, is now seen astride a 25 pound Rambler. Lou Trester recovered his Centaur wheel this week, it having been stolen nearly a jvar ago. Dr. W.W. Vance and Ed B. Vance, two prominent cycliPts of Kearney were in the city the past week enroute to Omaha. Mrs. II. H. Pierce, wife of the cycle dealer in the Halter block, is in Chicago. Hi says sho will wear bloomers when she returns. Beman Dawes, of the Lincoln Cycle Co., is again rolling around the streets on a Syracuse, having returned from his visit to Marietta, Ohio. J. E. Benson recently rode in from Argoe, Neb., 85 miles, in 7 hours and 30 minutes on his 17 pound Smalley racer. Argoe is Jute's old home and h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

THE COUltlSK. 4 t THE NATIONAL. GAME. TO THE WHOLE PUSH 1 ft" ' ..rf.JP k. T ," SRi - . B1;" .t: .viji. .- iaFA - Hero's a motto, just jour fit Always make a good base hit When you'ro behind a littlo bit Thon crack cut a good base bit. Look the pitcher in the face Scorn the coacher's rudo grimace Ten to one you'll got a base If jou have the nerve and grit Just to hit a little bit. Rockford is trying to sign a national league team. Fred Pfeffer will soon be wearing a New York uniform. Rockford will hare a handsome new base ball park soon. Quincy wants Cantillion to play sec ond and captain the team. Jax has signed a new third baseman, BuBchman, of Chatanooga, Tenn. The umpire's salary in this association is 8100 a month and railroad fare. Colburn of St. Joe held the Bucks down to five hits in Wednesday's game. O'Brien's home run in Wednesday's gave saved the Bucks from another shut out. Billy Moran, with Omaha last year, will not play with Chicago again this year. Manager Connie Mack...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

W"V- t. THE COURIER. LEADING CANDIDATES. Usage in Lancaster county makes three terms for an acceptable superin tendent of public instruction the rule, rather than the exception. Mr. Bowers served three terms and Mr. McUlusky was appointed to fill an unexpired term, and was subsequently nominated and elected three times. Hence Mr. Baer's candidacy is directly in line with prece dent. However, Mr. Baer's most offici ent public service in the management and upbuilding of the schools of the county would dictate his retention in office for another term solely in the in. terestot the schools of the county, it being an established fact that a super intendent is able to accmplish much more good work in his last two years than in the first term. In Lancaster county the school population b 20,087. There are 135 school districts, and the county is 24 by 36 miles. There are 170 teachers exclusivo of Lincoln. This is a large territory for one man to cover; but Mr. Baer, by a strict attention to ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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