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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

L & 3' VOL.. 10, NO 44. ESTABLISHED IN 1886, n PRIGE FIVE C5NT V- - t . LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 I895. EKTEKKD IS THE POST OFTICK AT LIXCOLS AS SECOXD-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BI THE GOHRIER raiNTlHG AND PflBLISHIII6 CO. Office 217 North Elerenth St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS WILLA CATHER Editor and Manager Associate Editor Associate Editor fw is people demands that the land, the mines, the factories, the railroads and the ships be made the property of the whole people, so as to put a stop to star vation among plenty and misery amidst abundance. When the people shall take hold of this, then the wheels of industry will run smoothly; everybody who has produced by his labor one dol lar's worth will get 100 cents' worth of goods for it, because the people have no interest in taking anything away from him. Then there will be no big pile of goods in the way of prosperity. We will all work and we can all enjoy tho fruits of our labor. No more...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

Aa re ms -M Highest of aU in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking: Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE vm who till the soil intelligently and per sistently will find therein a mine that will never lose its "pay dirt,"aminethat in the end will out-valu any bonanza gold mine ever discovered. The receipts of the C, B. & Q. road in Missouri have increased five thousand dollars a day for the last two weeks. All crops in that state have never been so large. Fruits, grains, vegetables are be ing' transported into other states and the railroad man is ready to shout "Long live Missouri." The Chicago Institute of Fine Arts sends out a prospectus of the year's ex hibitions. The most interesting one will probably occur in February. It will contain a collection of pictures made by Anders L. Zorn of the works of living Swedish artistB. The names of the artists represented include all or nearly all of the numrs signed on the moat excellent pictures at the World's Fair! Is the use of I an egotis...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

nruwmfgw. &&-&i EARfoY ASPECTS In 1863 to call Lincoln a village was a misnomer. The magic city of the great American Desert was altogether in the imagination of the real estate agent. In the early summer of that year my father came to Lincoln, purchased lots and let the contract for a ten room house to be built where the Lindell hotel now stands, and to be completed the first of October. The only dwelling south of this location was on the corner of Thir teenth and K streets. The Reverend Mr. Little of the Congregational church lived in a story and a half house with a bay window where Mr. R. H. Oakley's house now stands. Elder Davis of the Methodist church lived on L between Thirteenth and Fourteenth. At that time the water-tables had just been'laid in the old capitol baild ing. August 20 we left Cincinnati ac companied by our household and the in evitable dog, a thorough-bred pointer. The journey from Cincinnati to St. Louis occupied fifteen days. Owing to the low water...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

rjrNfrE--i?rsrp . . ww a. .wseaaawj",, ..,.ll4 . r; - -MPCWaic ri even when be is so unfortunate as to dwell in Lincoln. I bear that the Revolt of the Women in the French revolution was nothing to what occurred in a certain hair dress ing parlor on Fourteenth street late last Friday afternoon before the first recep tion of the Lincoln club. There were clamoring and anguish and despair as two dozen excited women sat about with dishevelled locks awaiting their "turn." There were groans and en treaties and prayers enough to make any ordinary hair dresser lose her head, but the one in question lost neither her presence of mind nor her old time skill, for when the two dozen women ap peared at the parly in the evening they were radient and beaming and their coiffeurs were things to dream of. Frank Bowen is in St. Joseph. John C. Allen is back from the south R. B. Howell has returned from De troit Mrs. Sam Adler is in Omaha visiting ber parents. Dr. A. M. Triplett has removed to Clinton, M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

BHY Sk- -ft , 3t Mr. Tucker eaog at the Univerealist church last Sunday. Mr. Tucker has, one may say with safety, the most sym pathetic male voice in the city. Mr. Randolph's shows excellent training, but cannot more; it lacks thrill and resonance. It does not warm. Mr. Movius has a voice that is deep, reson ant. His use of it is eminently artistic but it, too, delights, rather than rouses. Mr. Tucker has the sympathetic qual ity. This does not meai. that be has it wonderfully, or even greatly. He has it. Consequently, one is glad to hear him sing. His stage manner is un pleasant. His singing, while it pleases the ear, offends the eye. To enjoy it, one has to look the other way. This is a pity, especially when a little diligent practice might remedy it. Schubert's "Grand March Heroique" seemed to lack the grand and tho heroic It lacked the power that such a work seems to demand. The most satisfying music on the program were the "Romanza" and "Scherzo" of Schu bert, and the "Saraband...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

p , - mil EXaUrXi!EglimAxmr! w THE COURIER. even when he is so unfortunate as to dwell in Lincoln. I hear that the Revolt of the Women in the French revolution was nothing to what occurred in a certain hair dress ing parlor on Fourteenth street late last Friday afternoon before the first recep tion of the Lincoln club. There were clamoring and unguish and despair as two dozen excited women sat about with dishevelled locks awaiting their "turn." There were groans and en treaties and prayers enough to make any ordinary hair dresser lose her head, 'but the ote in question lost neither her presence of mind nor her old time skill, for when the two dozen women ap peared at the party in the evening they were radient and beaming and their coiffeurs were things to dream of. Frank Bowen is in St Joseph. John C. Allen is back from the south R. B. Howell has returned from De troit. Mrs. Sam Adler is in Omaha visiting her parents. Dr. A. M. Triplett has removed to Clinton, Mo. J. E. Bennett and ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

THE COURIER. Mr. Tucker sang at the Universalis! threatened to incapacitate him for anv i'xi. lufKcr nas. "iuir nunc in ins fimrcat.n . ' . .. I'" "ivrsnuu, ;v church last Sunday. one may say with safely, the most sym pathetic male voice in the city. Mr. Randolph's shows excellent training, but cannot move; it lacks thrill and resonance. It does not warm. Mr. Movius has a voice that is deep, reson ant. His use of it is eminently artistic, but it, too, delights, rather than rouges. Mr. Tucker has the sympathetic qual ity. This does not meat, that he has it wondei fully, or even greatly, lie has it. Consequently, one is glad to hear him sing. His stage manner is un pleasant. His singing, while it pleases the ear, offends the eye. To enjoy it, one has to look the other way. This is a pity, especially when a little diligent practice might remedy it. Schubert's ''Grand March Heroique" seemed to lack the grand and the heroic. It lacked the power that such a work seems to demand. The most ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

THE COURIER. 9 THE PASSING SHOW I When Homer wished for a tongue of iron and a throat of brass that he might tell the ships and the number of them that catne from distant Argos,he should have eared time and eloquence and merely wished to be an advance man. Advance men can talk till the town clock stops, till the cows come home, till the grass on your grave grows green. And of all advance men I never met no one who could out-talk Mr. Lawrence Mareton, the husband and playwright of Lillian Lewis. A good share of his con versation Mr. Marston devoted to Cleo patra, and to clearing Cleopatra's record, which latter was kind and considerate of him. Mr. Marston is very pure that Antony and Cleopatra were married. I tllinlr rift Aran tiaa ttinrriAa aa s nVi performed the ceremony and knows who M B0DKB B,nB of; a" men dream f' that were the bridesmaids and best men. "Of onl' OD0 in hundreds ever k,noWB "J6' course she was married to Antony a!izefl- It leaps up and strikes you be quothhe. "Wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

THE COURIER. EX BICYCLE REPAIRER 208 SO 1 1 TH. Acute and chronic cases treated with assuranco of success. Languid tires restored to health and visor. Tires blown up without pain. Wind free. We understand the anatomy, pljjsiolosy and hjsiene of wheels and give, liomcpo pathicorallopathictreatmont as individual cases require. Sure euro guaranteed. Testimonials: My wheel had three, ribs fractured and you cured it in one treatment. "My tires were suffering with n case of acute aneurism which had been pro nounced fatal by other bicycle doctors, but you cured tho disorder and I did not lose a day of my tour." "I was troubled with varicose tires, involving frequetn ruptures and incontmenco of wind, lou cured me." "Thousands oi testimonials like the above sent on application." BIGyGLES FOR J?EJ1T. THE BOYS IHO LIKE GOOD EATING ALL GO TO 0 Tfe? & souring To eat Fop tfyrip fflone?. OPEN ALL NIGHT. lEIDQUU FOR WHEELMEN. COOPER'S ICE WAGONS are the only ice wagons handling GENUINE BLUE RIV...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

HSfiRSRTC sX4SF TvlTTrawsrsBwSlss; mm wuaiiil" THE RACKS S'- 5C! I I Tbo readers of The Lincoln Courier will hare an opportunity commencing Monday next, October 28th, of seeing a greater number of the celebrated trotting and pacing horses of thecountry than ever before and at far less expense than is usually incurred in attending the aver ago county fair. On this occasion the Lincoln Park as sociation of Lincoln, Neb., will hold their opening meeting at the new mile track October 23th to November 1st in clusive. The railroad companies will give special train servico and a one faro round trip rate from all points within two hundred miles of this city. Those fortunate enough to be within driving distance can attend and their vehicles and teams will be admitted to the grounds free of charge. The park man agement have established a uniform ad mission price of 50 cents, which will in clude free grand stands and quarter Btretch. Contrary to the usual custom the oening day will bo the big ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

mataatammmmam MWitWWW THE COURIER. ; s-T & REGISTRATION NOTICE. The supervisors of registration will meet for the purpose of a general regis tration of the voters In their respective wards In the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, on Thursday, October 17th, Friday, October 25th and Saturday, November 2d, 1S93, and shall remain In session on each of the said days from the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. until 9 o'clock p. m., at the following places: First ward, precinct 1 or A, City building. Tenth and Q streets. First ward, precinct 2 or B, No. 623 North Tenth street. Second ward, precinct 1 or A, court house. Second ward, precinct 2 or B, drug Btore, 727 South Eleventh street. Third ward, precinct 1 or A, Grand hotel. Twelfth and Q streets. Third ward, precinct 2 or B, Gaddls shop, Thirteenth and R street. Third ward, precinct 3 or C, Brown block, 1528 O street. Third ward, precinct 4 or D, J. An. tell, 2036 O street. Fourth ward, precinct 1 or A, Lin dell hotel, Thirteenth and M streets. Fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

1125381 ES2!r5Sffl THB COURIER. KKKK(3 POINTS IN POLITICS co In these closing days of the campaign the republican central committee is receiving many specially encouraging rejxirtB from all sections of the county. Perhaps novor beforo has there been such an aggressive campaign waged us in the present instance. Thocommittco has thought best to put the larger part of tho effort in meetings, and for two or three weeks past many meetings have been held nightly, and almost every country school house, city hall or wher ever tho rallies havo been held, have been crowded to their utmost capacity. Tho best speakers of the party havo been secured and they havo given freely of their time. All this has been in marked contrast to tho proceedings of tho populist committee. It has been doubtless noticed that there have been practically no populist mass meetings or speeches. Now, in tho first place, the populists have found it impossible to secure speakers who would compete with tho republican orat...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

oooirfc GO TO California li u TourlMt Mleeper It is tho RIGHT way. Pay more and you are extravagant. Pay less and j ou are uncomfort able. The newest, brightest, cleanest and easiest riding Tourist sleepers aroused for our Personally conducted excursions to Galifornia J d d d d J d j V which leave Lincoln every Thursday at 12:15 p. ni., reaching San Francisco Sunday evening, and Los An geles Monday noon. Geo. W. Bonnell city ticket agent, cor 10th and O Sts., Lincoln Neb. Ask for full information or write to J. Fkancis, G. P. A. Omaha, Neb. oxxxjoooooo i- . :T .. ,t Ti IllMIIBAI SULPHO-SALINE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM COR 14 AND M. All forms of baths, Turkish, Russian Roman and Electric. WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION To the application of natural and salt water baths for the cure Rlieu matlsm and Skln9 Blood and Nervous diseases. A special department for surgical cases and diseases peculiar to women. DRS- M. H. AND J. O- EVERETT Managing Physicians. A GUIDE TO HEALTH with every purchase of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 26 October 1895

yr r i -- - r " --' "-i - r --" "--r thILcou THE COURIER. ' " n - . - appearcd the following intelligent sen tence: "For the past nix months Cap tain Cochran has beeen confined to his house, suffering from his old wounds, and yesterday received a letter from the pension department announcing that his pension had been will scarce ly meet his doctoi 's bill," etc. In the adjoining column was this choice ex ample of the Journal literary fecun dity "HgM o kbb awhofrgtslOc" In an adjoining advertisement of Her polsheimcr fc Co.. a salo was announ ced to take placo "Todaz." E. E. Brown was disguised by the Journal as "E. E. Bowon." And but what's the use of going on? The Journal is fearfully and wonderfully made these das. A spellar, a grammar, some honesty and a little common sense are badly needed in the morning newspaper office. With these things and a new staff the Journal mjht in time bocome endurable. Those who havo seen the healer, Schlatter, work in Denver are impressed, firet of ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

? - VOL,. 10, NO 45. ESTABLISHED IN 1886, PRIGE FIVE CENTS LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1895. 'east, that will be an effective protest against the species of degradation that the judges of our courts do not neem disposed to restrict. Divorce is in most stateB bo easily entered is the post omcE at mxcoln obtainable that it has come to be an en- as second-cl vss m vTTi.E courager of crime. Husbands and wives tind in the modern divorce court a me PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY dium of exchange for partners or whom nT thoy have tired, and tho exchange is ac complished with so much facility that a THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. premium placed ...nrit.i infidelity. The divorce court is really a mart where Onico 217 North Eleventh St. tho w;fe l)rig8 ., husband who no longer Toltrikrirvp ?R4 pleases her fancy, and exchanges him as " she would an old lamp, for a new one, " where tho husband, who wants a part- W. MORTON SMITH Editor and Mnnn?er morn in nrpnril with his latest SARAH...

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

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report DnVl Baking m, r ymrvsa Powder AB&OLUTELY PURE vico to the country, and it is to be re gretted that ho should, toward tho end of his life, huvo marred his record by assaying tho rolo of a demagogue. m Tho World-Herald made eomo un pleasant allusion to that large and gifted statesman, Ed Roggen, the other boys who aro not usually interested in politics suggested that I would bo a good man for tho oflico to which I am now supposed to aspire. I mildly pro tested that I wouldn't take tho best of fice in tho gift of the city of Omaha or county of Douglas, but these neighbors of mine insisted and said they were go- day. Tho largo and gifted statesman is, ing to mention it to so-and-so who run3 as everybody knows, ono of tho chief politics in our ward for our party. They guards of tho inner temple of tho Rose- evidently did mention it, for in a day or that while in our ward there were two primary tickets in the H...

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

vKU&iae2&)kt imjtvmmmi THE COURIER. vfvrrvrv SOCIAL GOSSIP S'S'W'S &S,S4&A& Miss Tillio Stein is iu Peoria. J. L. Brainard is in Springfield, 111. M. L. Trcuter was in Chicago this week. Hugh week. Liiniaster vr.s in town this Georgo the races. Mrs. II. this week. Motcalf of Omaha attended N. Hijlesa left for England Mrs. John C. Allen has returned from Cincinnati. Judge Reese and wife have returned from Denver. Dr. and Mrs. Dorris are seeing the Atlantic exposition. Horace S. Cudder of Beatrice was in town luring the races. Dr. A. T. Peters is entertaining his father, J. Peters of Chicago. Miss Grace Maddox, of Palls City, visited in Lincoln this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and daughter went to Denver Wednesday. James Roubinik, of Marehalltown. la.. last Sunday. At Whitney. Ind., Wednesday, 0t., :. Harold E. Mitchell, of this city, was married to MUb Lucy Davidson, in the Plj mouth Congregational church. Mr. Mi'chell is managing editor of tho Call, and is on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

THE COURIER. one of Mio smartest and gayest parties that Lincoln society lias knovn for a lotip time. The decorations were ar ranged. I believe, by Mr. Johnson and Mr. Baldwin, und tiie work wan excel, lently done. The hotel never looked more attractive, and (hero wore many beauti'ul gowns on beautiful women, The next Pleasant Hour party will be held lute in November. At the meeting held the other day, John Dixon Hnd Bert Wheeler wero voted into the club. The Patriarchs by their very name imply dignity and distinc tion, and this organization, now next to the oldest duncing club in the city, is this year remaining true to its tradi tions. It is not affected in the slightest degree by what the other clubs may do. It's the Patriarchs, and a law unto itself. So when the other clubs felt the necessity of going in for elaboration, the Patriarchs adhered closely to the ideas upon which the club was founded. The Patriarchs have no desire to give large dances or make any display. They take i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 2 November 1895

irjnii THE COURIER. Beyschlag, whoso funeral was hold Tuesday from his late home on North Tenth street. Tiir. Courikk's Plattsmouth corre spondent sends the following: Rev J. T. IJaird went to Uellevue this morning to visit friends. Miss Minnio Christie departed Satur day for her new homo at Syracuse. Mrs. A. W. White and daughters, Mrs. John Donelau and Miss Minnie, were passengers on No. ii for Omaha. E. F. Crampton, of Republican City, is in the city. L. D. Hennett returned yesterday from Cromwell, la., where he was called a few days ago by the death of his mother. Miss Tillie LehnotT wont down to Ne braska City today to visit Miss Allio Maher. Miss Beardeley of Lincoln is the guest of Miss Pettce. A.L. Royce of Omaha is in town. Miss Amelia Wurl has returned to Omaha. Mrs. Herman Smith and family de parted today for their futuie homo in Kansas City. Paul Gering is confined to his homo by sickness. Miss Eupheme Robbins is reported dangerously ill. J. M. Stone, of Nohawka, is in t...

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

ZZ1 flfl'llll I I II THE COURIER. 8KCC(CK('(CCCC 5 PASSING SHOW Tlii'iu arc plenty r icople of good tusto who do not find De Wolf Hopper oxcruciutingly funny, und it is rather ditllcult to h.i just whHt there ia about him that makes one feel bo cheerful. I am inclined to think (hat it is not so much anything that ho does, as ho him self, his big. spuihl personality. I never can think ho is acting on the stage, but 'just sort of improvising and being jolly. 1 like to watch him when he ia not doing anything in particular, when ho is just riditig his elephant and awaiting the will of providenco to dismount, when ho is wbltzing with the children, or getting married and rocking himself to and fro in helpless decpair. And by the way, that despair has a decidedly comic clement of its own. It is so absolute, so complete, so all embracing, and gener ally so uncalled for. And what is the matter with Mrs. Hopper? It would be treason to say that she was any better than Delia Fox, but Bho cer ta...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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