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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

'Hcppa. e'sgf'i"r ";-- ',:- sqrf& " ?cv$3 ''TT ? ?"3v STyigWTtf"' THE COURIER 11 s rJ& M v ! -TA NOTES OF THE FOOTLIGHTS. Or the twenty girls who sang recently at a Marchesi concert in Paris sovcn wero Americans. A syndicate of capitalists is to build a 1,000,000 theater near the corner of Monroe and Clark streets, Chicago. Miss Frances E. Willard suggests a Christian theater one con ducted in u way that religious papers could advertise and recom mend. Wilson Barrett's fifth tour in this country will begin in Thanks giving wcok. Ho will have two new pieces The Manxman aud tho Sign of tho Cross. Henry E. Dixoy has made upthis mind to devote his time to an entertainment tour u la George Grossmith. He will give all his famous imitations and make ups. It is not likely that any theatrical manager will have moro attrac tions before tin public tho coming season that will Thomas II. Davis Of tho eight or nine pieces he will present five will be new. In equip ping both tho old and th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

mumAjm m: 12 THE COURIER . - . --- - -- t J.-J..-MM-J a t -, . :TMM & fc if K i r 4 r.- ?. & j&- J5T IS-r r 15 Tho summer address of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Millard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Peek and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Charlton is Calhoun, Nebraska. Mr. E.B. Chandler and Miss Chandler have taken a house near the corner of Howard and Twenty-sixth streets. Mrs. Joseph Millard and Miss Millard Bailed this week for Harve, per S. S. Bourgoyno. Miss Nash entertained the cooking club on Wednesday. Mr. Taber returned from Chicago this week. After July let he will become clerk to Major Commegs. General Cowin has recently purchased Mrs. Clark Woodman's residence on south Thirty-wventh street, which he will shortly make his home. Miss Hawks returned to the Bluffs on Saturday where a dance was given in her honon the following Monday evening. Miss Mabel Taylor, Miss Louise Squires, Mr. Will Cowin, Mr. Herbert Rogers, Mr. Will -Rogers, Mr. Paul Ludington and Mr. D...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

THE COURIER 13 A fc A l BASE BALL, WESTERN ASSOCAIT10N STANDING. Following is tho standing ol tho Wcstorn Association clubs up to and including Thursday games: StJoseph 28 19 Lincoln 2G 20 Rock iBland 2G 20 Jacksonville 2G 20 MOONSHINE. i.c. w. l. r.o. .590 Omaha 21 22 .522 .505 Peoria 22 25 .403 .503 Des Moines 21 20 .417 .505 Quincy 13 34 .277 Lincoln has weded base ball and tennis suffera. "Baso Ball. Baso Ball today, at M. street Park." The enterprising manager no longer needs to lubricate his throat and make a noiso on O street daily to nppraiso tho people of tho above fact. Every man, woman and child is u walking advertisement of our baso ball team and can tell you anything you want to know vico versa, about it. The towD is one largo aggregation of cranks juBt now and tho "wheels'' all havo "base ball" writtdn between tho "spokes." The millionaire and the street Arab are on speaking terms when either wishes to find out about tho gamo of the day. This is one of tho many lienefi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

'-TZfHgg?-? ,' r?-Y1;5,5' j ypmtsr ?&&$ fc- 11 THE CX)URIER i-r I k r u --s" v U f i- rr THE MYSTERIOUS PORTRAIT. THERE nro many things in human existence we do not under derstund. Few individuals live their alloted span without ono or mora of 111086 incromprehensible experiences which, for want of tho projwr designation, are vaguely tenned "suicrnat ural." Theso experiences are, in reality, but tho evidences of tho ex istence of some great natural law, that will in time bo as plain to all mankind as tho simple law of gravitation; but meanwhile they must bo universally assigned to tho "realm of tho mysterious." Perhaps there was never such another case as that of Gideon Trowe. Illustrating as it does, one of tho peculiar phases or life that scientists are over seeking to explain, it is well worthy of narration, and I hero set down tho facts exactly as they occurred. On a certain pleasant morning tho artist, in pursuance of -his cus tom, walked from his private apartments nea...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

'!?- ??ygjrr:iirar -y- g'yy THE C0UK1ER in -k jm ed with the reality of her oxistonco that at times he would extend his arms with the thought that she would throw herself forward to receiro his passionate embrace. Then, disappointed and realizing his hallucination, ho would be assailed by the horrible fear that some morning he should cotno to the studio and find her gone as mysteriously as sho came. As time passed the world that know Trowo marveled at his sudden seclusion, and his changed demeanor and appearance. Onco bouy ant and strong, within a brief space ho had become moroso and em aciated, and he did not so much as recognize those of his friends that chanced to pass him, as he walked from his studio to his cham bers. Soruo over solicitious thought him ill or mad, and went to his studio to ascertain tho truth regarding his condition, but to their repeated demonstrations at his door there was'nu response. It is to bo doubted if Trowe so much as heard them. His mind and soul were...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

sw5- ass T"' im-:' 1G mWE v t ; V r. 1 JCrs. David Bigger Chills and Fever Left mo emaciated, with distressing cough, no appetite, pain In chest, shoulder, back and Sartffa sT. &? - - a r tomtarh Four bottles' of Hood's Sarsaparilla are bo strciiRtti, Rood appetite and health. Kb. Dayiu HiuoF.it, Wilcox, Nebraska. Pills in new friends dolly. Hood's IflBBI B9 BEST LINE TO DENVER AND CALIFORNIA Harrnt Excursion. Via the Missouri Pacific On the second Tuesday in December 1893 January, Febuary, March. Ap-il antl May 1891 the Missouri Pacific route Kill sell round trip tickets to all stations in Texas with final limit to return in 30 pays from date of Kile. Stop over arc allowed in Arkansas, Texas and Okla homa, New Mexico and Indian Terri tory. Come and take a trip to the south. Phil Dajciels, C. P. & T. A. 1201 O street- Cheap Kates to California Via the Union Pacific Ry., "Sunshine, Fruit and Flowers," San Francisco Los Angeles and intermediate points: First class one way 20; ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

r --v ., 4 I I . m l .j f I 4 -? "Royal Ruby" Port Wie. If you are reduced in vitality or strength by illness or any other cause, we recom mend the use of this Old Port Wine, the very blood of the grape. A grand tonic for nursing mothers, and those reduced by wasting disease. It creates strength ; improves the appetite ; nature's own rem edy, much preferable to drugs; guaran teed absolutely pure and over five years of age. Young wine ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist on having this standard brand, it costs no more, f 1 in quart bat ties, pints 60 cts. Royal Wine Co. For sale by J. II. IIARLBY, 11th and O StB. Ilnmrcckerft Kxcurnlnn One Faro for tlir Hound Trip. Toll your friends in the cust that on May 29 tho Turlington route will soli round trip tickets at the one-way rato to points in Ne braska, Kansas, Eastern Kansas, South western South Dakota and Northern Wyom ing. Tickets are good for twenty days; allow stop-overs and will bo on Bale at all stations east of tho Missour...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

HaftjnHMaaQBMBMMMMBH manaappnMiMHMaHa "tfMBa8U&feaa?tepSi iKKTinnii irrTT'ir-T --"TirrN i . Mr Jfc.. JUgfcM.. - i I 3" s;-' ,ir: THE COURIER BH&ir3TPs9r jewij!ujKaBirsaBigwg -igyygy8-" -:p --. ggif- - v5- Blood Diseases may be inherited, or acquired during life. Blood should be rich to insure health. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, cures all Blood Diseases, including Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes the blood rich and nourishing. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Persons troubled with skin eruptions and all who are thin or maciated should take SCOTT'S EMULSION. Cures Coughs, Colds and Weak Lungs. Prepared oy Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druggists soil It. Storage It. K. Vmu-ll, 1' op. Capital Storage Co., warehouse C19-G23 South 20th St. Goods of all kinds packed, moved, shipped or stored, stores a specialty; An order left at Hardy Furniture Co., 211 South 11th street, or Rudgo & if orris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will Ikj promptly...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

A - i Sheriff tele. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of Bale issued by the clerk of the district court of the Third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, Nebraska, in an action wherein The Lincoln Loan and Building Associa tion, a Nebraska corporation is plaintiff, and Harriet P. Dobson et al are defem dants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. ni., on the 10th day July, A. D. 1894, at "the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Ne braska, offer for sale at public auction the .following described real estate to-wit: Lot number eight (8) in block number (7) in C. C. Burr's subdivision of lot nine (9) teh (10), fifteen 151, sixteen 10, eighteen 18, twenty-thrco 2.1, and twenty-six 20 in tho north west quarter of section thirty six 2G township ten 10 north of rango six G east of the sixth p. in. in Lancaster .county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this Gth day of Juno, A. D. 1804. FRED A. MILuER, Sheriff ShcrifT Sale. Notic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 30 June 1894

1fsgg8?g aKu w. . Mhi mm&--Lzrr batest cuts and most fashionable styles of foot wear always can be found at LINCOLN, NEB. I. M. RAYMOND. President. 6. H. BURNHAM. Gashier. O. F. FUNKE. 2d Assistant Cashier. D. E. THOMPSON. Vict President. D. G. WING. Assistant Cashier. CAPITA!, $259,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 Webster & Rogers, 1043 O Street:. - si W . 'S '"M Director I. If. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. H. Bsrnharn, D. E. Thompson, C. G. Dawes, C. H. Morrill. A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory. N.Z. Snell, G. M. LacBbertson, D. G. Win. S. W. Bnrnham. G. P. Faocon. C&i NEBRASKA 7nnMocnvnfiDV nt iimp i uunuLiiiniUiii ui inuuiu -INCORPOHATED- Every department of Music, Art. Elocution, and I Languages. For catalogues and information, tl Address, O. B. HOWBL.L, Director, LINCOLN. NEB. We make suits to order in all grades. Uniforms to Order And everything in the clothing line. A PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED T THE . . . O'NEILL PLIUIBIII6 S HUT1N6 CO. 125 N Ninth Street Fine Plumbing, Steam and Hot Wa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

J VgL. 9, NO. 29. A r j rlV- L'5 V 0 0 1 a a r w 'A 02 SI t&r r vme A"" 'r rv-f&"' POUT,C SATURDAY, JULY-7, 1894. JNCO BlfAS sna aS W5 rjv . rv t -. VOI r. VVll & ,&c&& '.K fijiincc. cV ZmEM 'J 5P.0 : C VvN-'.. .v-' or J N Pdi'Jt' .A-k .r rj a - 0 .V .' . "X" Vi f s ( A r ?v oV .. V -3H-L. PEASE. - MEN'S FURNISHER. Onr Spring Shoes are Beauties, ' Seo our - Windows ?andeftonelgireD.a3 $ DcvViS We keep riglit at me front in Styles. Z3KHMM9tottflBSZ 1225 0 SI. F. 6. Zehrung, E. $LBR. I CREAM III FRUIT 111. New Location .33 S. 12th S.. Tele. 630. ES-SEE LOCALS. DR. C. F UDD, DBNTIST Office 1215 O Street. LINCOLN. NEB. R. E. HAWKES. fine soda Water. 14 and O Streets. ft UtffficKiJ5S " mm mm m kli a 1342 P JT-uaMTM BamiGxm m - MHfl " J nw -w. - w xHmsoj 'ITS WI5D0M fer rijjSCK! fi r" PRESGfflPHOM DRUGGIST, j T MlLLABDnnTEL. Omaha, Nebe vska- V FUNKE CFERA HOUSE. Ifi 111 Now Stock. LowcsfPrices. II SODA WATER. ... II K - E MKDELL. S$- 11 FOR WEAK ungs J ijy Cor. 13...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

r V THVOOUBIlft '"N "-.-: f joCy i . . - - - - - - - - - - Svlupflo Smihe Bjky Hovlst mid SmUtmui, Corner 14tttx axxtM. JStii & rixoolx&. SiTeto. TUEKISH, BUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking these baths will find the beat poesible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wholesome Massage is gWen HBderstandioglyand trained attendants are to be found in every department. The mineral waters from the Artesiaa wells are particularly refreshing to those who are tired or overworked. For the cure ot liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and all shronic complaints, and especially for XU&euxaa.a.ti.aBxxi. these waters have proven most efficacious. The great plunge, 50x142, and 3 to 10 feet deep, tilled with mineral water, is a splendid place to learn to swim. Lessons taught by sa and women. This -water, though constantly changing, is kept at an even temperature the year around. In connection also is a fine barber shop and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

!-'9kg:tSftSfffffffil'- '' -..fcf-' " ??rs -j "- f. f f. MRS. M. JOHNSON, TAIIvORESS. Ladies and Gent's clothing cleaned and repaired. All work well dono and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1012 0 8T. BICYCLE RIDING SCHOOL. W. IVr. BARIVUM High Grado Bicycles, Belay and Aluminums .... E3?0inaha Guards Armory. DBS. EATON 8 L0UGHRID6E, aoe SoutlxBleventli mt Telephone 061. - - Kootua 208 and 209, ( Diseases of Women. . , ,, Speialties: Orificial Surgery. "NCOLN ( Ve nereal Diseases. n eb. 1026 O STREET, Fine cabinet photographs $3 per dozen. Dlweoiiei of Women axxl Dloeaneii of tlie Client. Aro Specialties of DR. JACOBS, LINCOUN NBBK. Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 2 to 5:30 p.m. Consultation Free ! Office over Harley's Drug Store, Cor. tli and O Jits. Residence Cor. A anJ 7th b.s. m Qasav HAIR DRbSSING AND MANICURING. A full lino of Switches, Bancs, Ornaments, Mani cure Goods, Curling Irons, Rubber Goods, Brushes, Tonics, Dyes, Bleaches, 1 owders, Soaps, etc f"I make a specinlty o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

. fw --v-f-rcj"sjg ?Kg.4!Br.'-,i"ffefi' " ''S?!'9ejf??'?!-,? iMJ" 7 THE COURIER & c v hfi fc- V' ; ,'. I-V . s r- if h To S. L. GEISTHARDT, ATTY AT LAW BURR BLOCK. Elizabeth Crawford, Craw ford, her husband, first real name unknown and John McGloin. non-resident defendants: You and each of yon are hereby notified that on May 12th, 1891, Azariah H. Sawyer, as executor of the last will and testament of Eliza P. Clark; deceased, as plaintiff, be ran an action against you and other defen dants in the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, the object of which is to forcloee a certain mortgage on the following land in said county, towit: lots number ten (10) and eleven (11 in block number eight (8) Sunny side addition, according to the recorded plat thereof, made by John B. Hortoa, dated October 29,1885, to secure the payment of a promissory note of said J. B. Horton to one Win. M. Clark, trustee for 1835 on which there is now due 11,10330 with interest from April 29, 1894 at t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

ft A ir '!&mrGRy4&l-mm'' a"?! ?r - "-- -s r ? i40r"r k I 'jmZJ&ijfi f r .r VOL. 9. No. 29. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. V Vk . t . x shamefully expect him Eugene Montgomery's case will bo thoroughly investigated by the state board of public lands and buildings, as will other cases of reputed cruel treatment at the state hospital for the insane in this city. If Dr. Hay can prove that Montgomery was not mistreated he will do moro than a great many people to be able to do. Dr. Hay has been at the asylum nearly fifteen years, and judging from common reports he has become calloused and indifferent through his constant association with the insane. "The convention was a red letter eveat in the history of the re publican party. Enthusiasm of the most pronounced type pre vailed from start to finish. Forty states and territorities were rep resented by large delegations, many of whom had no vacancies and a full list of alternates besides. Among this clas...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

$ r jv jrr-- jg - f-i&trjs is'?-. r-v fci-f" . THE COURIER p fta,' :! & . !& V 8. ITST THAYER ON GRANT AND BRISTOW. Written for Thk Cockier. In a very interesting letter in the syndicate articles going the rounds in Sunday newspapers, signed by Rutus B. Wilson, headed "Political Baclraumbers a sketch is given of Benjamin H. Bristow, who was secretary of the treasury under Gen. Grant, which does not represent his true attitude towards Grant, in regard to the prose cution of the whiskey ring. The first ever heard of Bristow outside the boundries of "Kentucky was when President Grant appointed him United States district at torney for the state of Kentucky. After a time the same friendly hand took Bristow to Washington and made him solicitor general of the United States, in which office he remained until promoted to the office of the treasury. The writer of the letter, Mr. Wilson, says when Bristow was made secretary he began to lay plans to destroy tlio whiskey ring. The tr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

paWftgP?S5J5 THE COURIER 4 J 01 ? assaults without complaint It was about this tirao that he gave utterance to tho laconic, expressive declaration, "let no guilty man escape." Grant could not consistently remove Bristow while tho whiskoy trials wero pending, but when they were concluded, tho dispatches one morning announced that Secretary Bristow would thereafter bo known as "Ex-Secretary Bristow." Grant had quietly said to him: "Your services as secretary are no longer required." Scott M. Mor rill who had been Uuited States senator from Maine was appointed secretary and served out the balance of Grant's administration. When the treasury doors closed on Bristow ho fell with a thud; the conspiracy hadcollapsed.and the plotters scattered liko fugitives from justice It was one. of the meanest and most disreputable con spiracies ever conceived in our history. Tho correspondent, Wilson, says Bristow retired from politics in disgust; yes, undoubtedly in disgust with himself for his treach...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

tisswsfo ?'ssrsKi- ' s THE COURIER Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mclntyre left Monday for New York, where they will take passage in the Umbria for Liverpool. K ! Miss Kate Norman, of St. Joe, Mo., is the guest of Miss Mae B urr. Miss Norman visited in the city a few months ago and hor many friends will bo glad to hear of her return. V l h V ' sr & ?- h fc U!uuav . Br VI August fc Dot at all bright, reception. The warm weather has had the effect of driving people from the city and the hastening of various plans for summer outings. The number of people who will go away will be large, probably larger than last year, and the outlook foractivity at homo during July and The event of the week was the Burr Ella Raymond gave a very delightful garden party on Wed- aesday evening. Chinese lanterns were hung on the trees and south veranda. Delicious refreshments were served on small tables scat tered about under the trees. Mess Raymond's guests were Misses Sadie Burnham, Maude Risser, Ena Ricketts, Flo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

"w53S55B55? THE COURIER 9 -, K. Jt "ft ' i. - -v "Notwithstanding popular belief to the contrary, I havo always maintained that Brooklyn is progressive romarks "The Sauntorer" in Town Topics. In no other city do women submit their gowns to their physicians before wearing them, or require their dressmakers to have their stays electro-plated with material that will not rust In fact Brooklyn is at least ten years in advance of other cities, and it is therefore not surprising to read in such a reliablo paper as the Herald that the women over there wear knickerbockors while at tending to household duties and pants while riding bicycles. Bloomers, it seems, belong to a past and forgotton ago in tho City of Churches. They wero worn for a time, of course, but tho width of the bifarous extensions was gradually reduced until learned lin guists declared they were pants, and now bloomers are scon only in the Polytechnic Institute Museum and tho Gallery of Antiquities, where specimens are on exh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 July 1894

-!Cj -.kffvr vp& .-' v - 10 THE COURIER is I- u I NEBRASKA'S APPARENT HOSTILITY TO RAILROADS. X BY THE HONORABLE J. W. JOHNSON. "c: Secretary of Uio Nebraska State Board of Transportation. M I VO understand the causes for apparent hostility of the prop's I of Nebraska towards railroads, it is necessary to know the 1 conditions peculiar to this state, under which the railroad in terests and farming interests have grown side by side during the last twenty-five years. Uncle Sam looked out over his broad domains and saw a patch of rich prairie land, two hundred miles wide and four hundred miles long, uninhabited, unproductive, without value, bringing in no re venue to the general government, and serving no 'useful purposee to man. To change these conditions and convert this prairie wilder ness into farmer's homes and cornfields was the natural impulse of a "government whose strength and prosperity is in the policy that each citizen may own his home. On this pnfirie food producing wa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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