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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

THE COURIER. Rev. Beall's second attempt to find a - Biblical precedent for meeting for "If "' Ventures by land and clear and shows thorough culture. Mr. "men on v" a eren mnrp r?,i;l., -.i -;- --- k n impresa oy u..auonsoa me violin, in- unreliable. He says that John the Baptist's saying to Herod "It ia not law ful for thee to have her" was a "meeting for men onIyn and cost him his head." Now this was not a meeting for men only and it had nothing to do with John the Baptist's loss of life nis Knowledge and experience! Mr. eluding -Caprice Valse," Wcniowski; Brown is a truthful man; but somehow acd "Souvenir's De Bode." Leonard, the fish that he catches and the game " much appreciated and added to the that he bags, seem to have the quality evening s enjoyment, as did Miss Cul- of expansion, and so he is generally able bertson's "Staccato Caprice." Vogrich, to go one better than the last man. the piano. Last VPar r Ilmnn : . j.. He was faring 0thPr mtnC r r : i 7 ' ,. . . pretty well...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

w THE COURIER. Rev. Beall's second attempt to find a -r:i,.;. u. , BiDlicat precedent lor meetings for 1 11 -'"'uj muu uuu .-.muolluiiU1,u,iUn,i iur. "men only" is even more ridiculous and k . ? "0t Leen ln,PreB8wl by Hagenow's selections ou the violin, in- unreliable. He says that John the T kn?w,e(,Ktntl experience? Mr. eluding -Caprice Vulse," Wieniowski; BaDtist'8fiavinctollerodIt;anniln.. "ro"B l a truthful man; but somehow " "Souvenir's Do Rode," Leonard, inn noli thni i. i .. ... .. ful for thee to have her" wasa "meetine 1 7 -"raes nnd tlie game '-re mucn appreciated and added to the for men only" and cost him his head." T, . 6eT t0 havo tho 1uaIity eveninB' enjoyment, as did Miss Cul- Now this was not a meeting for men ' eXpans,0D' ntl EO e is generally able Prison's "Staccato Caprice," Vogrich. only and ,t had nothing to do'with John LTveTrVr f '"' " D Ul "!an' the Baptist's lossof life. He fanng Z:' ." CB,,,l,,y " ..ttv waii tn . i..n 41.. .1 u. oinor utizeis of Lincoln, ...

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

- " -.- I 4 Ti f? I n THE COURIER. THE NATIONAL GAME. TOLD IN VERSE DOW NICK. Man, being reasonable, must get drunk ; The belt of life U but Intoxication. Feek-a-Boo eacb. to EUEiGirr. O captain, ray captain I Wo see you hold your own. Take heart of gracot you're in the race. Your modest face u known. Let Dugdalo toast his merry crew, Let Urackett brag what he will do; What aro these upstarts unto you liut pigmies puffed and blowuT INDIOESTlOV. Old Morphtus played me a prank. And ho did it the other night; . I dreamed that I was a crank. And was loaded with dynamite 1 I thought the ball park was a bomb. And that, as the umpire drew nigh. I would ask him where ho was from Then blow him straight up to the sky. But old Morpheus played mo a trick, My lo-d it was not dynamite: 1 was simply inclined to be sick No, indeed, 1 hadn't been tight. Bilhe Barr. hlNGObN ABROAD. At Peona After leaving two scalps and a tie-game hanging on the fence a Rockford, the Bucks jour neyed to Peoria where t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

THE NATIONAL) VEHICLE. MERCHANTS' DAY MEET. The prizes of the bicycle races to be held at Lincoln Park on Merchant's Outing Day August 15 are on exhibition in P. B. Harris' window. The list embraces one Snialley special bicycle, three diamonds, three watches, three pairs of tires, three silver tea sets, a silver weter service, banquet lamp, and several smaller prizes, aggregating 1500 in value. Nine events are on the program, with distances from a quarter mile to 5 miles. Entry blanks have been well distrib ute! nnrl thn tact fat riilnro in Vi. on . will take part in the Class A races. In Class A tho following riders have entered: J. A. Benson, O. W. McBride, J. A. Bailey Jr., O. Adkineon, W. T. Banks, A. M. Blake, D. W. Painter, and W. A.Pixley, of Omaha. A. E. Yule and E. E. Mocket are entered in Class B. The following riders in Class A have expressed their intention of coming and their entries will all be in before the meet. T. M. Patterson and Harmv Hol- loway of Plattsraouth, B...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

jm3S B i 1 ii AS A WOMAN SEESI1. There is so much of good sense and practical talk in the following talk from "Eradne"in Cycling West that Thk Cocbiek cannot refrain from repro ducing it as a whole for the benefit of its cycling readers. Miss or Mrs. Evadne understands her subject and handles it with an insight and percep tion that can only come from the pen of a woman who cycles and cycles well. She says: A novel suit of underwear that is rinding much favor is made with short legs as well as sleeves. The legs extend only to the knees. The style is cool and sanitary. They are made in silk, lisle and fancy goods. In choosing cycling shoes care should be taken to get th:m wide enough in the sole. A narrow-soled shoe does not allow sufficient play to the foot when pedalling, and a long ride will often make the feet eore if the shoes are un suitable. The gum-chewing "fiends"' would do well to either refrain from the habit while riding, or eschew the Trheel alto gether. The combination o...

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

-yfr-ti,awu4Hi,ujwu-iuAiM"1 -- vqajSFiBBWSf -WrrJ . ,, tJlli"IBBWWP THE COURIER. THE THEATRES. Manager Zehrung, of the Punko opera house, returned from New York and Chicago Saturday. Mr. Zehrung gave his time exclusively to the bookings for his theatre, and was successful in securing a fine list of attractions. Many of the latest things in theatricals as well as the old time star attractions are booked for appearance at the Funke, and when Mr. Zehrung makes his de tailed announcement a few weeks later it will be seen that ho bus had excellent success in arranging for the season of 95-96. The formal opening of the Funke has been fixed for September 4, when Roland Reed, an old favorite in Lincoln will present "The Politician" Young Ureston Clarke is, I understand, among the recent bookin gs at the Funke. This actor .has much to recommend him in the fact that he is a son of the noted John Sleeper Clarke who achieved distinction in such parts as Bob Acres, and a nephew of Edwin Booth. H...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 August 1895

i-'j.j.on.ej-'u. THE COURIER. is It It M u it i! 11 it- m m A V1GT1M OF HEREDITY. "You have twice told me," said the benevolent Atlanta man to the wooden legged mendicant, "that jour leg was loet in the war?" "Yes, sir." "Now, I am sure you were too young to enlist at that time?" "Well, sir, I can't deceive you; you are right. It was my father who lost a leg in the war, and the blamed thing runs UNWARRENTED SACRIFICE in the blood. I simply inherit it. a wounded veteran by birth!" I am WERE GOMRADES. Your dog has just killed I saw Squatter one or my sheep. Wanderer Ho ain't my dog. Squatter Why, confound you. him last night with you at the station! Wanderer Yes, we wus mates then, bul the larst time he worried a sheep 1 Bays to him, "Bob," sez I, "if ever yer let your hunger git the better or yer morals again you an' me part company" so jer see he's on his own hook now. ooooooooooo I H. W. BROWN ! Druggist and fi Bookseller. Fine Stationery and Calling Cards S. Eleventh Street, i PHO...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

VOL,. 10, NO 35. ESTABLISHED IN 1886, PRIGE FIVE CENTS Si.: .(;., . tJG&i ty CjVCCA- LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 1895. OBSERVATIONS. IN a few weeks now the real main spring of Lincoln's business life, the schools, will be restored to its place and business, of all kinds will feel the effect of a student population from outride of Lincoln of from three to four thousand persons. The various schools in this city cause to be expended among the merchants of the town from $10,000 to 115,000 per week. The schools are a good thing, and they should be encour aged. The coming season promises the largest attendance yet recorded and this one element alone will give stimu lus to all kinds of local trade. At a meeting of one of the ward dele 'gatiuns interested in the candidacy of certain men for the office of judge of the district court, prior to the conven tion, a delegate expressed the wish that the time might come and come quickly when candidates for judge would be re moved from th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

mmmmiimmn THE COURIER. 3ft fr I Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABMLUTELY PURE Ryt POINTS IN POLITICS. Who has not noted the soothing effect of the music that floats from the churches out into the summer air, on the Sabbath day? Thero is an absence of those sounds and discords that mark the six working days of the week; there is peace and quiet; the song swells out into 6pace and it seems like Sunday. One can bear this music from afar off and one hearing it can easily forget the exciting and worrisome subjects that crowd the brain on week days for other and more serene thoughte. Last Sunday morning between the hours of ten and eleven I passed on the way down town three churches where services were being held. From each there came out into the stillness of the beautiful Sabbath the soft and melod ious sound of sacred music The streets were deserted. Not a sign of life any. where. Scarcely a leaf stirred on the trees. Even the birds sang in a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

. j--' -'""twiwe" THE COURIER. i m-- V J- Ms; , . F-JPF i&'-' "3 fc.v EMw . F.T5. . The convention emphasized the fact that time brings its compensation? Long John Trompen has been before the republicans of Lancaster county for twenty-one years, and although his name has frequently been before con ventions it was not until this week that political fortune came to him. And A. M. Trimble is another republican of long standing who gets his reward late in life. Trompen and Trimble are both good men and it is right that they should have been nominated. The nominations for judges of the dis trict court give general satisfaction Holmes and Hall are good men on the bench and Cornish will make an accept able complement of the judicial trio. Elmer Stephenson accepted the sit uation gracefully. He made friends by his speedy and unconditional surrender. The Courier said Mr. Baer would be renominated for county superinten dent, with Corey left in line for the nomination two years hence. 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. — 17 August 1895

THE COURIER. f fe THE NATIONAL GAME, Honorable Charley to deliver AhlAV nitnhixl hio first crnmn for Isn't it about time for that DeW OUt- the vvb ..w-w H.u u. . DHH.V - - -- - . i l 4L ..-. . . mai speecu uunug iud oujoiu iu LINCOLN AT HOME. Brooklyn and was hits. touched up for 11 fielder to put in an appearance? ,,..,,.-. n .. ui,fr,i the people: but without success. It was Kockford Kegister-Gazette: Rockford "1D F mv'.' . , . .... uj u-: .:-.,h finally believed the speech had become With Quincy Brackett's team of Brownies have come and gone and they left two games to the Buck's credit. In the first McGreavy, known as a king in Quincy, but a very plebian cubs out this way, was in the box for the Brownies and be didn't create much more disturbance than Indian war. Fourteen hits were secured off him. The second game wan not easy traveling for tho Bucks on account of a Mill. He loomed up big and threatening, too much so, and Ebrights were quite unequal to task laid out for them. In ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

B"w 1 miXKMtl .. ' TOJHPMJTH i ?Jlmi' . " THE COURIER. THE MERCHANTS DAY MEET. The Big Merchants Day meet is over and Lincoln' wheelmen and wheeiwomen are happy; happy in the knowledge that the racing men of the club have once more redeemed themselves and kept the big end of the prizes at home. The parade of cyclists in the morning was decidedly the featuro of the demon stration, the ladies turning out in force in costume. Every style of wheel was in the procession from the modern tan dem way back to the old ordinary on which Eb Mockctt used to win prizes and glory in the old days at Bohanan Hall, and an ancient Eagle which brought up the rear. Only about 123 or so wheels were in line. This caused consideiable com ment aa many supposed there would be at least fivo hundred in the procession. To wheelmen the 6inall numbers that usually enter a mixed parade, is no sur prise. Slow riding is even to an expert rider very difficult and it is only the more expert riders that can successfull...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

THE COURIER. I & 1 I it does not eeem possible that anything that can be done now will revive it. The truth is the free silver business in thia state has been overdone. It has been too much talked about, and too much written about; the people are tired .of it, tired of the demagogic pleas made in its behalf, tired of the general free silver buncombe; and the inevitable reaction is now on. Th?re will be enough corn raised in Nebraska this year to keep down the free silver fad. EXTEUD AT THS LIXCOLW KITOinOI Al KCOJCD-CLASS MATTKB. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BT THE COURIER PDBLISHINfi GOMPMY. OFFICE 217 North Elerenth St. When W. T. Carleton was in towu a Telephone 88. week or n ag0 he inquired a8 to the whereabouts of one Robert McReynolds, W. MORTON SMITH, EorroR. whom he remembered as manager of FRED T. DEAN, Besoms Mavamb. the Funke opera house. "If I remem- ber correctly," said Mr. Carleton, "there Subocrlptlon Rate la aIthm. was something the matter with Mr. IumonXV;.V.V.V.V.V...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

".,- ''II IIJIIIBJ '-'HfW THE COURIER. HP?-' If;--' k fee- r w SOCIAL GOSSIP. Certain persons who have visited Bur lington Beach and breasted the billows of Salt Lake in a sail boat once or twice without loss of life or detriment to their clothing have not hesitated to boast of their skill to Manager Hickey, who is something of a sailor himself; and when these persons come to grief, as they gen erally do, if they persist ir. the sailing habit, Col. Hickey alwajs takes a mean delight in spreading the particulars. It is easy to discern the influence of Hickey in the following interesting story which appeared the other day in the A'eirs: "Two of about the most prominent offi cials of the First National bank started out to test their efficiency as skippers the other day at Burlington beach. There was a stiff breeze from the 6outh and as soon as they slipped the cable their trim sail boat shot away from the landing wiih a snap. Of course they were delighted, and as theircratt bowled alon...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

THE COURIER. SOSlAfo GOSSIP. A Lincoln young man with u certain power of observation and a poetic ten dency returned from the Black Hills region tbiB week and be gives The Coukikr the following notes of a coun try that is always interestirg. "If Chiinmic Fadden were to be set down in the midst of the Black Hills at this particular Eeason of the year be would certainly express himself as feel ing 'up ter de limit.' The Hills offer a magnificent retreat for us people of the dusty plain. There is something novel and invigorating in hugging up to a hot stove early in the morning, with the tent flaps tightly drawn, and thiuking how you'vo got the laugh on the rest of the Lincoln people sweltering under 100 degrees iu the shade. "The Hills are funny things anyway. In a balloon view they look jutt like a little cluster of pin-pricks in the center of a t-heet of paper. It is as if some Titiau bad shaken them up in his dice box and poured them forth in wild dis order upou those northern plai...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

I iBWSikJP5,5iV'flRUS?JJ II 'HiVtMllMllll ,"lJ!;-23 ewm THE COURIER. V PERSONAL) T. L. Hall, of Verdon is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wilson are in Pueblo. Will Johnson has returned from Dakin, Neb. George W. Holdrege was in the city Wednesday. William Keed Dunroy 6pent Sunday in this city. Professor Lyon has returned from his vacation trip. Frank Brown left this week for Chi cago and Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Bennett are spend ing a month in Wisconsin. Miss Jessie Givler. of Illinois, is the guest of Mrs. J. J. Folts. Professor C. E. Bessey and family have returned from Colorado. Miss Nellie Fletcher, uf Hastings, is the guest of Miss Emma Hatch. MiBS Georgia Shepherd, of Wahoo, is the guest of Miss Hattie Lawlor. Prof. ti. W. Caldwell and family have returned from Colorado Springs. S. J. Dorr, of Seattle, Wash., a former resident of Lincoln, is in the city. E. J. Cornish, atsistant city attorney of Omaha spent Sunday in the city. Paul Pizey, of Omaha, formerly of Lincoln...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

THKCOUKIXR. 9-' i !&- 'k. I i3 tfe -v K fc fk THE B16Y6LE AS A REFORMER. "Where are jou going, my pretty maid?" This question, addressed to the up-to date, bicycle-riding young lady seems to be one of importance just now. To ba sure it really doesn't matter much where this one individual young lady is going, on her wheel. It muy be that she's going to the park on pleasure bent, or to the store for a dozen hair pins, or to call on a sick friend at the other end of town, or to get a daily pat tern or somebody, or a recipe for remor. ing tan and freckles. Let that be as it may. What the interested public wishes to know is, where are all the women on wheels going? Is there a grand rendezvous some where toward which they are all beaded and where they will sometime bold a meet that will cause this wobbly old world to wake up and readjust itself? What's the terminal station of the route they are following; where's the final home base? As was to have been expected, var ious persons are ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

s, 1r-w..'r''- .ewawf 5 fTHEURIER. SOCIAL GOSSIP. 0. Y. Smith sends The Couriek the following impressions of Bar Harbor, Maine: "I have always harbored the impress ion that Bar Harbor was a very beauti ful place; that is, its location and scen ery around were par excellence. I have been laboring under a delusion. I have simply misjudged the information I have received from others. There is nothing like seeing with one's own eyes. There is to my mind, one excuse for such a prominent place as Bar Harbor obtains in the world of sea side resorts it's cottages. This and nothing more. Of course it is pretty there, but take the Maine coast at any point, one can not be disappointed. I must also in clude the Massachusetts shore from Boston, tho great intellectual center under whose influence I was born, to Nahant, Salem and Marblehead? To me it seems like the haunt of faries. 1 viewed it from the still waters of its bay and from tho wide, wide sea looking inward. It was only the other day wh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 August 1895

AJO K NTHE qRIE ? ' H SKS Z.-A THE THEATRES. Mr. W. T. Carleton sends me the fol lowing story of a well known public character who prides himself on his pre cision. Colonel Henry Watterson, the well known orator and editor of the Louis ville Courier-Journal is a member of the Lotos Club, New York, and- gener ally manages to enjoy himself in the refined ' 'bohemia" of that well known club. On the 31st of March of this year, he was a visitor at the Lotos, and mentioned to several of the members that be would have to go to his hotel early as he had an engagement to de liver a lecture at the Y. M. C. A. of Bridgeport the following day, which was the first of April. He accordingly put a curb on his geniality and left the club for the Waldorf Hotel in good sea son. The next day he took the train for Bridgeport, and having installed him self in comfort at the leading hotel of that city, sent his card to the secretary of the association announcing his ar rival, whereupon that official made ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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