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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

THE COURIER. tf-V-? WET- &: THE THEATRES Ed A. Church and J. F. Lansing returned from New York and Chicago several days ago. They were east in the interest of the Lansing theatre, Mr. Church giving some incidental atten tion to the bookings for the Griffith Church company. It was still some what early when the gentlemen left New York, but most satisfactory prog ress in the way of securing attractions for the Lansing is reported. Some of the managers aro disposed to becautious in arranging tours for the coming season, the experiences of the season of '94-95 having been a more or lesi costly lesson. On the Rialto in New York western crop conditions are watched with almost as much interest as that felt by the Wall street speculat ors and bankers. The managers like to come west well enough, but the compan ies are compelled to make big jumps and are at a heavy expense generally; so that there mu6t be considerable patronage in the towns visited to make the income approximate to the ou...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 27 July 1895

-w THE COURIER. " k rv k- m m V- w NEWS IN BOROVILLLB. Country Editor Hello, where have you been for this coou'e age? Subscriber Got fired from Plant agenet's and bare bumping myself to get something to do. "How did you succeed?'" "Ob, I got a sort of a job in Blank City; hard work, though." Next issuo of the Banner John Shorts has resigned from Plantagenefs hardware store to accept a more lucra tive situation in Blank City. Success to you, John. ooooo oooooo H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 127 S. Eleventh Street. PHONE 68. ooooooooooo A SURE SIGN. A country minister remarked to Mb wife Sunday noon: "There was a stranger in church this morning." "What did he look like?- asked his wife, who was a woman first and a minister's wife afterward. "I didn't see him." "Then how do you know there was a stranger there?" "I found a dollar bill in the contri bution box." eeee??9-s-S'e-?s-S'S'i) SODA- 'UCIOUS" Is what they say of our lOjrekxxfge iosrl-x3te J...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

; . ; Y F? &: HX' & 1' ' r T 'Ai-a- ,- $vo"-SJ-3fev3ae. VOL.. 10, NO 33. ' - - &l ;, ESTABLISHED IN 1886, nwi- - T flfi. jp JBfTBB3&? ?fi V-?" - . -jj. ,m. t. ':& -PRI6ErFlvrCBNTS . . ; - - 1 "-!! iHk W&vLfo's'CZ' - -.- a." ... r ? t LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, AUGUST J 1895. OBSERVATIONS. WITHIN a few days The Cour ier Publishing Company will be reorganized, and on Aug ust 15 plans for the further development of The Courier, which have been in contemplation for some tnonthb, will be matured and ready for inauguration. The interest iD this paper which for two years past has been held by Mr. Chas. L. Burr has been purchased by Miss Sarah B. Harris, who will, commen cing August 13, enter into active part cipation in the conduct of The Courier. Miss Harris, personally, is well known to readers of this paper and the people of Lincoln generally, and her writings which have appeared in these columns and elsewhere have attracted much at tention and admiration. She will...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

aa: i?Z 'f1 - mt' "- i ; -if? -., ."--; THE COURIER. ; Highest of all in Leavening Power. Late U. S. Gov't Report DrftrXl Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Holding a flaming ton h that one may see the paths that lead to hell, is not exactly in line with what Phillips Brooks conceived a preacher's duty to be. Ex-Mayor Weir also had a part in this meeting for "men only.' He said that the newspapers had not treated him fairly, and complained that The Courieb did not do him full justice in stating that under his administration the evils complained of were "somewhat abated. At the same time Mr. Weir admitted, as wa6.Eaid in these columns, that the two evils were practiced under cover while he was mayor. For Mr. Weir's special benefit I will now say that during the last year of his admin istration the practice of the twin social evils was minimized. They were not suppressed, but the vices were lees gen erally practiced than ever before. Fitful and sensational diatribes against the evil in que...

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

TOT COURIER. SOCIAL GOSSIP. This week a number of small parties have gone out to Lincoln Park to hear W. T. Carleton and his company sing. Ibis company of five people has been singing at the park all the week, without scenery, chorus or any of the usual operatic accessories, save costumes. Mr. Carleton's proper place in the mus ical world has long been in dispute. Many persons hare insisted that he cannot and never could sing. Others have declared that he has a well trained and fairly good voice. It is a fact that he was, until four or five years ago, in considerable demand, and he has made a great deal of money singing, sometimes in his own company and sometimes under other's direction. Mr. Carleton, like many of his profession, has, in the years, past, had his head well up in the stars, lie not only demanded a large salary, but was as fractious as a colt and as unreliable as a prima dotna. It will be remembered that the last time Mr. Carleton sang in Lincoln, some five or six year...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

'- m,rsser-S--ir&-'. THE COURIER. .j . . i ni Mr. Charles Kountze left Thursday for York Harbor, Maine, where ho will be the guest of his sister during August. On Wednesday Mrs. Warren Rodgers and daughter and Mrs. Charles W. Hull went East to bo gone East the balance of the summer Today Mr. Warren Rodgers, Mr. Christian State." The next meeting will be held Auguct 13, when Mrs. Mc Connell will review Max Nordeau'e "Degenertion." m Miss Clara Anderson, who has been the soprano soloist at the Frst Baptist George Palmer, Mi.Netherton Hall, Mr. church, and a member of the Telyn Earl Gannett, left for the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming, on a hunting and fishing excursion to bo away two weeks. Major Comegys returned to Omaha last week. Mr. S, II. Ausburn, of the First Nat ional Bank, will leave Omaha Monday and take a position at Rock Springs, Wyo. Major Crowder has returned from Fort Keno, where ho went to investigate a feud between two officers of that post. I hear that Mr. B. Silloway wi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

THE COURIXR. i ESTABLISHED 1 880 && 0& &fk0hAj2el .Dierks Lumber nndCoal Yoi-cl i $& Wholesale and Retail. Jjlmber fc (s0al 4Ui JMK.fc.7fS OF DELICIOUS CANDIES AND ICE CREAM. Also Islme, Cement, Plaiter, etc. &S 125 10 N9 SO.. 8TH. STREET il g& i QDrnin DDint hm me hdpii m didtim nRSfifiiiRirX-. TELEPHONES lUiiuini. i iiiul vn iui. uiunn iu imiimiu wii hi i-s Catering in all its branches J a J & - Jb -Cjl'A fcJ! tl WP,io-ne6S1 131 SOUTH 11 Street. POINTS IN POLITICS. The followers of tho Sizer-Maule com bination in the Fifth hare hud one or two meetings this week, and they are conspicuously confident. A thorough canvas of tho ward has been made and a complete system of organization has been effected. In the meantime A. D. Burr, Gran Ensign and Tom Cochran are not allowing any grass to grow under their feet, and they believe they are in with success. Cochran, de spite talk to the contrary, has not with drawn, and will remain a candidate for county judg...

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

r- THE COUKIZK. Judge Cunningham R. Scott is a can didate for renomination for district judge in Douglas county. E. Rose water has felt the keen edge of Scott's independence, and he is opposing Scott's candidacy with all the usual Rose watter subterfuge and abuse. Judge Scott delivered a public address the othr day in which he spoke of his enemy at length, without mentioning his name. A friend Bends me a paper pub'is hed in South Omaha containing th) greater part of the address. Below are Borne extracts from the speech that will be of interest to the many personE who do not march under the Rosewater banner. "And who is on the other side of that line? An enemy of civil liberty, of peace and domestic tranquility, of law and order, of human character, of the sacred ties that bind together husband and wife, father and mother, parents and children, a destroyer of human character, fraternal feelings and friend ship, one who drives out from happy homes, happy, loving wives into a bleak and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

X ft- THE COURIER. HKHfliRHRHHHflKTC? '-P- 1 ISk- -' .v? r j- r I-- bCSSa- - ;.. pr .:: v. ;ii ' r? ;- THE NATIONAL) VEHICLE. COMRADES. Oat from the city's sound, From the cares that daily hound So swift we fly. Wo learo all care behind, Sweet rest and strength to find, My wheel and 1. Away from work and strife Whero cold is more than life Or suffering's cry ; Wo ride at early day O'er pavements rough and gray, My wheel and I. We know where brightness reigns Down grassy, winding lanes 'Long which we fly: Where bird and treo and brook Entico to tempting nook. My wheel and I. Under the oak's cool shade. Flecked by sunbeams strayed From clear blue sky ; Near the brooklet's shining stream i Wo stop to rest and dream, My wheel and I. Against the trees' rough bark. In shadows deep and dark My wheel doth lie; By brook on bended knee I drink to 6ouls care-free. My wheel and I, -Mary Sargent Hopkins in The Wheelwoman. A BLOOMBR DANCE. On a recent evening in Chicago, at the Jackson Park paril...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

THE COURIER. MORE INTEREST IN THE CONTEST. The Coukieb cycle contest assumes a new phase this week. A new candi date appears in the work for the Lady's wheel and the other candidates have ad vanced somo in the number of votes. The Coukiek wishes to call special attention to the two wheels offered in its contest as compared with those offer ed by other newspapers in this .city. Low grade wheels of heavy weight are not up to date and will only prove ele phants on the hands of those who work for and win them. The wheelB offered by The Coukiek are the widely known and tested Victor and Syracuse bicycleb. Light in weight, elegant and substantial in construction, built by firms of well known integrity and whose wheels are sought after by racing men and others who know what good wheels are. The Coukiek wheels are worth all the effort it will cost any one to win them. Do not waste your time entering con tests for inferior wheels. There are six weeks yet in which some energetic lady or gentl...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

THE COURIER. rji-u' m- THE NATIONAL) GAME. blNGOLN ABROAD At Quincy Owing to some horeo races no games were played Friday and Sat urday and three games had to be played Suntay. Five thousand people saw the Bucks walk off with two of the contests. The morning game was a pretty ona and came our way" by a score of 3 to 2. Barnes and McGreovy did the twirling, and the latter's support lost him the game. From the tabulated scoro ho outpitched Barnes, the Bucks securing only 5 hits off him, but the errors of his supportdid the business. TheEbright's played an errorless game. The first game in the afternoon was lost to the Quincy's by reason of better hitting, Kimmerer being hit for 12 safe ones, while Hill, Quincy's now pitcher from the Southern league, allowed the Bucks but 4. Lincoln played a better fielding game but couldn't place her hits safe. Scoro 7 to t. In the second afternoon game Ernie Gragg pitched winning ball, and, as in the other two games the support was all right. Ebright...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

"-. THE COUaUBK. LEADING CANDIDATES. Custom, in Lancutor county, gives every acceptable office bolder a second term. Fred Beckman, of the Third ward, is now serving his first term as county commissioner, and bis services have been of such a character as to rec-con-.end him to tbe people of the county. There are no opposing candidates, and he will be renominated by acclamation. Mr. Beckman has resided in Nebraska twenty-five years, and he is an old resi dent of Lancaster county. He is an active republican, a conscientious official, and a good citizen. He enjoys the respect and confidence of the Ger mans, and other classes of good citizens. Mr. Beckman takes a deep interest in the affairs of the county, and when not in the country on official business is alwayB to be found at hie poet in the court house building. Sometimes attention is drawn toward a candidate who has never held office or been a candidate before, and there is frequently a disposition to help along such a candidate, pa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

THE COURIER. THE THEATRES r The Courier's regular correspondent in Omaha Bends the following: "I am able this week to supplement my former remarks as to the coming theatrical season in Omaha by a showing of the more important bookings at the new Creighton theatre, which will be form ally opened August 22 by Charles Froh man's company in "Tho Ma6queraders." Manager Burgess, who, by the way, was for years manager of the Farnam street theatre and the Grand, and is well known to many people in Lincoln, in forms me that he has made definite con tracts for all the attractions named: "Americans Abroad, which was one of the most successful New York Fruhman productions will come, as will "Ala bama," the war play with which the Boyd was opened several yeara ago. In the same class with "Alabama" Mr. Burgess has secured "The Girl I Left Behind Me," "Shenandoah, "On the Mississippi," "The White Squadron.' Such standard favorites as "The Charity Ball," "The Wife," and "Friends," have also a place...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 August 1895

r? W THSCOUUBK. I B M ! AN BYE FOR AN EYE. Gilbert Parker recently encountered a Canadian Bishop whom be had known in hia boyhood. The Bishop pompously inquired: "Ab, Gilbert! and are you still writing jour ah little books?" Mr. Parker answered promptly: "Yes, bishop. And are you still preaching your ah little sermons?' ooooooooooo H. W. BROWN Druggist and Bookseller. Fine Stationery and Calling Cards 127 S. Eleventh Street. PHONE 68. ooooooooooo THE NEWEST GIRL With lance in rest the venturous knight pranced forward on his palfrey. "Prithee, good sir,' quoth he, "canst thou direct me to a fabled monster with which I may join battle?" The pilgrim replied, and spake round ly. "J know not if it be true,'" he rejoined, but rumor hath it than in yon cottage dwells a new woman." Without pausing even to crave the benison of the wajfarer, the warrior turned his steed and pricked fast away in the opposite direction. oooooo WEN - HOUSE - BUFFET. 115 So. Twelfth St. .... Under FunVo Oiiera Ho...

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

VOL. 10, NO 34. ESTABLISHED IN 1SSG, PRIGE FIVE CENTS '-W cry j LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 1893. OBSERVATIONS. C-NCE or twice, when he seemed to y deserve it, it has been a genuine J pleasure to commend Governor Holcomb. There have been, at times, gratifying indications on the part of the populist governor of a purposed rising above his political environment for tho sake of true patriotism, and hopes were entertained that Nebraska might jet be proud of her straddling governor who blundered into office. But these hopes were short lived. I am afraid that the man who appointed Mart Howe and E. C. Rewick to office is, after all, on the Howe and Rewick level. It doesn't seem to be an easy matter to make a patriot out of a populist. Governor Holcomb is manifesting a populist's disregard for law and order, and his puppet perform ances in response to the string-pullings of the suffering Mr. Rosewater are not calculated to commend him to the favor able consideration of tho people. Jt...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

THE COURIER- Highest of all in Learening Powei Latest U. S. Gov't Report AmSQUUTOX PUKE POINTS IN POLITICS. The newspaper in Omaha that is con ducted by the person whose mental and moral responsibility are in question, has, "with considerable difficulty, been saved from destruction by spontaneous com bustion during the pleasant little con troversy over the Omaha fire and police commission. The most strenuous efforts could not prevent a display of temper that has added to the burden of ridicule already resting on tho humped shoul ders of Mr. Rose water. His venomous attacks on Attorney General Churchill and Mr. W. J. Broatch and others would, perhaps, have received serious consideration had they emanated from a source of mental or moral responsibil ity. Coming from Mr. Rosewater they have had approximately the same effect on the public mind as that of a drop of water falling on the rolling bosom of the ocean. William J. Brcatch has managed to get along and live measurably happy under...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

THE COURIER. O. J. Smyth, chiirman of the free silver democratic committee, has issued an address to the democrats of the state of Nebraska. Mr. Smyth, in his address, says: 'An organization pre sided over by Mr. Euclid Martin and claiming to be the democratic state cen tral committee has assumed to call a convention of democrats for the purpose of nominating a state ticket. That this organization is a1, usurper, without a shadow of authority to represent you, is shown by the following facts taken from the official record of the last democratic convention: That convention met in Omaha pursuant to the call of the state committee. Mr. Euclid Martin, then chairman of that committee, called the convention to order, introduced the temporary chairman and thereby sur rendered his authority and the authority of his committee to the convention. Afterward the convention was perma nently organized; the state central committee, for which we speak, was selected; the chairman thereof was chosen; ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

I ! II i - 4 ;; I! . t li! ? SQ&Ak GOSSIP- Th3s5:titCarJe&sc sustjasyyrt- r -Suseaaas ST as Usesis Piasbscci. Is. ai kss-us- gTmarrg- e Xs. CasMSseT ace Geccre "ST, r-''' tit stace sassr Ts Scarry" esssrs. is 3cv.Z??xz50& J-.rrr.fwrr, sit ifararrag- c a. Besr shiere-wasa. rssescise as tit Tie RTttS Oxgrqrrin-1 sss Msseay -WirWfcX fP-scsu Xas Tasos asd tit M5sks "Ijfe "" WWM4 OxsttrrtsiarBi irraacf;? asm svtkj 50. titjssCj-ar: Prr5ert Cari5sc.Xs. Grassass c ""is a three years -ran. JLsciasar. DsJyis c:ig;afry.as3 5js x. ycjScf Ge3tSEt asin 3Gs "js cjnsij&Tri3 tit g--s-- actrss s Sit Carfussc ?erx ecssasy yesrr. 9!-eStJ2Q. MrX. S5tyTff. jfrX.Cxttr. "V-j- Besiai Xysos asd rfft-iHrit Iirss rtcsrres tit rsescs. TheTivrrrjgiTr ynspj cxspczs eca. sks? psrty it Useds pari Frizzy scwei Xeas3JicsI3S- sriag ru.-y suraty. ArtssrWh5&. - UNIVERSITY of NEBRASKA. - of MTTSIC 11 and P Streets. Offers superior instruction to all in artisiie piaso t2ayir4r.aEd the correct cseof the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

THE COURIER. sm& mu. .sia &. WEItUS iVmBER Wholesale and Retail. limber g (Jpal Vj ft m MAKRRSOP &. Also Lime, Cement, Planter, etc. m ;"" :.,., .,, AM W JiULUJlUUS UAJNUIUS AiYUlUE UlttiAiU. iLS 125 10 149 SO. . MM TELEPHONES $ -2 SPECIAL PRICE ON ICE CREAM 10 PARTIES OR SOCIABLES - g F ' " ""-w 'ftUJ uaiiciiu iiiuiiiuo uiauviuoo Phone 631 I'M SOUTH 11 Street. nnu,jRU,U.Jia sffA.XIS,,! m vily jvty, yxWEwEf 0 IvWvWI'WrC. -niK .BHIM 3 '- g Lieut. A. G. C. Quay spent last week Sunday, a fop, in Omaha enroute from his brother's t r wedding in the east to his station in St. 31rs- Mar-v an Brunt left Mondaj Paul. for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, Mies Mrs. Nellie Fletcher has gono to Lemon and her fiance, Mr. Farish and Norns, Mont. Mr. Safford were guests from Fridav ,,. , until Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Yates a"t iM,ss Helen Do"gherty has returned Hillside. Friday evening a number of r0"i Iowa. friends were invited in informally. A trn i- T rrw. .i . i i.. o-t . ii jJirs...

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

B IP f SI igw LfmvuUAlaCM SwC? uims at tbz uxcoMr rarama as f zcovb-cxam kattxx. PCBLISHTO EVXET SATUEDAY BT HliHIIIGOIPIIIY. OFFICE 217 North Elerestfc St. Telephone 3&K W. MORTON SMITH, ESfTO. FEED T. BEAN. BrsznM Miwim Subscription Kate la AalvmaM. Prr annum .............. .-......- .......... M Six nontnc... ....................... ....... 1 M Three months.. ................... ......... M Use mouth ............................ Single copies.......... ....Fire For sale at all sen stands fa tkit tktf aat Omaha aod on all trains. A limited number of adTertisemesta -will 1m nserted. Bates xnnde known on application. LiycoLX. Ner, Acgcst 10 1S95. CURRENT COMMENT. My friend, Rev. Byron Beall, asks space for the following communication: ToThk Editoe: My old antagonist. Colonel Smith, editor of The Coubieb, asks a question in last week's issue of this paper, which I take great pleasure in answering. No young man of his evident sincerity shall thirst after light which I may possess,...

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