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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

A Y VOL,. 9. No. 39. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFF1CE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. LUTE II. MORSE, - - - Bcsiness Manager. Subscription Kitten In Advance. Per annum $200 I Three months 50c. Six months 100 j Onomontli 20c. Single copies Five cents. For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will bo inserted. Rates made known on application. Mr. A. K. Andriano, superintendent of the mercantile reporting department of Snow, Church & Co. Omaha, writes of the business situation for The Courier as follows: "In keeping with the season business shows some revival sin:e the first of September. In retail lines the cool weather is creating some demand for fall and winter goods. A large share of the retail business is now being done by .the depar...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COUKJER poor little hamlet. A young shepherdess named Bernadette declared that the Virgin had appeared to her there. She was believed. A sanctuary was raised by tho side ot the grotto where the apparition waa seen. This same grotto soon passed for miraculous. Pilgrim ages were formed, and the reputation of Lourdcs became European and even universal in the Christian world. It is this manifestation of faith, extraordinary in our century of science, that M. Zola wished to study. lie brings us in "Louries" into the presence of one of those organized pilgrimages which occur there every year through the efforts of the priests of the Assumption and which bring from Paris by special trains pilgrims of all classes that come from all the corners of France. " It is in one of these trains that he introduces his personages. They are first Mile Mario de Guersaint and her father, the latter a ruined architect, having always in view chemical inventions destined to re establish his fortune, a ch...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COURIER i- A i has raised himself above his class. He is the 'be ouvrier" infatua ted with himself, rain and insufferable, notwithstanding his merit. "8ince you have read 'Dying Society and Anarchy,' what did you thing of tho book? "All the critical portion seems to mo very good, but the remedy is miserable. But that is the way with all the Anarchists. When you ask them what they want to put in place of our present social system they reply: 'Let us first destroy.' Thoy don't care about the future. "Sebastifn Faure declares himself to be an individualist. That is the strong point of the Anarchists. They pretent that thoy are not responsible for tho acts of their brothers. But I, who am an evolu tionist and not a revolutionist, do not admit in any case the employ nient of force. I believe that revolutions have never accomplished anything. It is necessary to allow things to develqpe themselves. But remember, I do not deny that force has been a historical agent. To do that would be ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

8 THE COURIER "In the Btato of New York the drought continued bo long that the dairy interests were materially affected and the pasturage almost entirely dried up. Reports from the different counties of this Btate, and I hare taken the trouble to make careful inquiry, are to the effect that the people are already helping themselves. Many coun ties hare voted bonds for the construction of irrigation ditches and farmers who have been unfortunate enough to lose their crops; will have sufficient employment during the winter to support their families. There is no doubt that some help will be necessary, but the state of Nebraska is perfectly ablo to take care of its own affairs and other states that have suffered from forest tires, from drought, trom floods and other calamities, have all they can do to take care of themselves. "Regarding business in Nebraska, I do not hesitate to say that with the work on irrigation ditches in progress in western counties End the large expenditures of mon...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COUKI ER & ;-;- .. 5s jr.- Mr. Curtis will be remembered here as tho official in churgo of the excursion of the Pan-American congress which visited Omuhu some time ago. Colonel and Mrs. Ludington, arrived on Tuesday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Haller have returned from their tour abroad. ADDITIONAL LINCOLN. Miss Catharine Barker of Omaha was in tho city Thursday. Miss Gussie Baughinan of Omaha was the guest of Miss Kathar ino Kleutsch on Wednesday. Rev. Lewis Gregory was called to Chicago, Wednesday. Mr. James Woods and wife of Jacksonville, HI., are visiting Dr. G. M. Smith. Rev. S, Goodwin and wife of Munci Ind., are visiting their daughter, Mr. J. W. Winger. ' Thomas F. Boyd, manager of Boyd's opera house, Omaha, was in the city during the week. Dr. Alma Coo has gone east. Miss Edna D. Bullock left Thursday to attend the conference of the American library association at Lake Placid in the Adirondacks. Mayor Weir has gone to Chattanooga,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

I 1 f 10 THE COURIER uSlfi Society has occupied itself this week in going to the races, and attending the formal opening of tho Funke opera house, and in the enjoyment of a few quiet events. Tho change in the weather a few days ago afforded a fore taste of autumn, and had the effect of directing attention to the things that will soon more actively engage the interest of society people. Will it be a lively season? is a question n)t easy to answer at this time; but as The Courier has already said, there is a strong probability that there" will be an even greater development in the way of clubs than there was last year. So far as can be seen now thesnason promises to bo oneof unusual interest. The first event of importance will be the wedding of Miss Bertie Burr and Mr. Beman Dawes, shortly after tho first of October. Tho Vanderbilts and the Astois and the Goulas are having their troubles now. There isn't any scandal in the Gould family; but George suffers poignant distress in that lit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COURIER 11 I &u. Uk-' a lis' 6 , t?o. . -V is 4r and Mr. Belmont continued his devoted attentions. Early in the season of 1893 Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt returned to Newport and open ed the marble house, and matters were much the same as usual until the arrival of Mr. Vanderbilt on his new yacht, Valiant. After that there was a visit to Chicago, with Mr. Belmont in the party as usual, and then came the projected trip on the Valiant, which ended as every one said it would, disastrously. O. P. II. Belmont was, it is believed, persuaded with great difficulty to go by Mrs. Vanderbilt. F. O. Beach, who was one of the party, is the great friend of both Mrs. Vanderbilt acd O. P. H. Belmont. He is a not a man tf any means. Dr. Keyes, who was paid a great price to be one of the party, is one of the most entertaining men in town, and had pre viously been off on long trips with W. K. Vanderbilt. Ho left the Valiant after India and Egypt had been visited, and joined his wife in Rome. It was ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COURIER Word comes to Lincoln that Mrs. Leonard, of New York, a cousin of Mr. W. M. Leonard of this city, and known to a number of Lin coln people, has achieved much success with a march which she has composed. It is known as the "Virginias," and this summer it has been played at all the summer res9rts where the "two step" haB been popular and it is said to have made a great hit everywhere. It will soon be introduced in this city. Miss Blanche Garten left during the week for Baltimore where she will attend school. Miss Carrie Wasmer.of Grand Island, was the guest of Miss Nellie White during the week. A Born To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Henkle on Wednesday a son. 12 Miss Katharine Weston jf Beatrice was the guest of Miss Maud Hammond Tuesday. The following young ladies will be entertained at tea thi evening (Saturday) by Miss Helen Dorothy at her home on R street: Rosa Kohn, Clara Leese, Frankie Burleigh, Bernice Merrill, Sallie Berk son, Susie Bartrum, Bertha DuTiel, Jessie Greedy a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

1.1 AMUSEMENTS. THE COURIER z ?.. f JWfc -?W. fit- ' James Young, if highly critical minds have not gone astray, is a name sure to become prominent in theatrical annals. This youthful tragedian, who has just entered upon his third season as a star, has won his present fine position by years of hard study, and his ambi tion is limited only by the top-moat round of the theatrical ladder. He is spoken of by competent authorities as "the ideal Hamlet" and possibly excels in most difficult of characters. His Hamlet lives and breathes and does not strut the dusty paths of tradition, and yet is far removed from the commonplace. Beyond this characterization he has, notwithstanding his youth, given an admirable interpretation of Richelieu, and has met with success in tho widely differing roles of Richard III, Claude Meliwtte, Shy lock and Bertuco in "The Fool's Revenge." This coming season he will be under tho management of Franklin Davis. Mr. Young's productions will be presented with elabo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

14 THE COURIER Early Friday morning telegrams and messages began to pour in at the Casino. They were addressed to Delia Fox and congratulated her on the triumphant success the had made the night before when he made her debut as star in "The Little Trooper." Later in the day a beaming trio sat at a table at Delmonico's eating game out of season and opening champagne. It consisted of Nat Roth, Miss Fox's manager, William Furst, composer of her opera, and Clay M. Greene, its librettist. Mr. Appleton, in charge of the Casino box office said the largest audience erer in tho Casino was there to see Miss Fox's debut as a ptar. But the second-night audience was even larger, and the next night and the next night and the next night it grew and grew, like the peach of emerald hue. pie, real horses, and real horses and real hounds; only a real fox is missing and I am glad to hear she has madea great hit at the Casino!" De Wolf Hopper made a success, spelt in capitals, in Dr. Syntax at the Broad...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COURIER 15 !7 A ff Y Half Hates to Hot Springs S. D., ru the Burlingtoi Rcu e. Every Friday during July and August the Burlington Route will Bell round trip tickets to Hot Springs, S. D., at the one way rate. Tickets good for lifteen days. This substantial reduction from tariiT rates brings a trip to this greatest of west ern health resorts within every-ono's reach. Consumptives, rheumatics, suffor ers from every ill that flesh ib heir to, will make no mistake if they take advantage of this opportunity. Full information upon application to local B. ife M. R. R. agent, or to J. Francis G. P. fe T. A., Burlington route, Omaha, Neb. POUND & BURR Attorneys at Law Bukr BLOCK Sheriff Sale, Notice is herby given, that by virtuo of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the district court of the Third Judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein Marcus Younker is plaintiff, and John Burshck et al are defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock P. M., on...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

16 THE COURIER iP sw t SE :1 Mr. X. O. ZVwk'iam 8 Boils at Once Afflicted me In fact I think no one ever of fered more from impure blood. Every pimple or scra'ch would spread, sometimes making sores as large as a dollar. Four bottles of Hood's Sar canarfila have thoroughly purified my blood and my skin is smooth us an Infant's. Inn cr felt better, ij. u. -axxkuax, jokibu, wu"" Hood's Cures Head's ps are prompt and efficient UiUiliLinU X m. The Grocers. Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in he market. Store 1425 0. Tel. 610. MASTER'S SALE Docket O. No. 281. In the circuit court of the United States, for the District of Nebraska: Ashley B. LaFluer. Complainant, vs. Jackson E. Montrose et al, defendants. In Chancery. Foreclosure of Mortgage. Public notice is hereby given that in pursuance and by virtue of a decree entered in the above cause on the 9th day of July, 1894, I, E. S. Dundy, Jr., Master in Chancery or the circuit court of the U...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

j-. m k i THE COURIER 17 S, L. GEISTHARDT At trney at taw. burr IILOCK. To Laura T. Funke,. Ancil L. Funko, her husband, and Henry Royor, non-resident defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that on July 21, 1801, the president and directors of the Insurance Company of North America, and the Lincoln Mortgago and Trust Company as plaintiffs, began an action against you and other defendants in the district court of Lancaster county, Ne braska, the object of which is to forclose a certain mortgage on the following land in said county, to wit: lot number six (G), in block number one hundred ninety-one (101), in the city of Lincoln according to the offi cial plat, made by Laura T. Funko and Ancil L. Funko dated August 1st, 1892, o secure the payment of a promissory note of said Laura T. Funke and Ancil L. Funke to the Clark and Leonard Investment Com pany for 82,000 on which there is now due 2,090 with interest from August 1st, 1893, at 10 per cent per annum pur suant to coup...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

18 THE COURIER do too now that ra I I A BEST LINE TO DENVER AND CALIFORNIA Storage B. F. Vaacll, Prop. Capital Storage Co., warehouse 619-623 South both St Goods of all kinds packed, moved, shipped or stored, stoves a specialty. An order left at Hardy Furniture Co., 211 South 11th street, or Rudge & Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will be promptly attended to. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For St Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 0 street For California take the 'Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. SPIRIT LAKE IOWA This is the nearest popular resort to Lin coln. The lake is. large and the surround ings beautiful. The fishing, boating, hunt ing and hotels excellent Route via the Northwestern Line Apply at city office, 117 south 10 St See that your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific route to the Mid-Winter fair at San Fran...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

THE COURIER a mi M A n 1 -4fe fl 1 J . t ;i sssV 5sS$wiwJ mssssssssmsBA tssssssssGst? sWssaawKcsi Y.. Me ch 18th, 1894. SaVA'V1AIT IT Messrs. S. C. Wells & Co., Le Roy, N. Y.: Gentlemen I was pronounced by my home physician as having tubercolosis, and I went South without any apparent benefit. I was recommended to use Shiloh'ft Consumption Cure, and its results have been wonderful. I cheer fully recommend it to any -nffcrinjj from lung trouble. James V. Goss. laio O Street. umb mi ;5a KPTm eakr in Whips Robes and Blankets. KEPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Fine harness made to order. MANHOOD RESTORED! fflKSffiffigW cuaruuu-ed tocurun.licriuusUlea5f.iicii os WeakMemory.Lossof Uraln Power. lleadacbc. Wakefulness. Lost Manhood, Nightly Emissions. Kervou ness.alldralnsandloinof powerln Generative Organs of either sexcaned by overexertion, youfhral errors, excess I to use of tobacco, opl am or stim ulants. whIcaleadtolntlrniltr.ConsunipiIon or Insanity. Can be carried In vet pocket. SI per box....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 September 1894

.MS LtNCOM.fr ESVTTWlBfc mteLrxr'-i' .w foatest cuts andimost; . fashionable styles of foot wear always can be found at mm mm iim bank LINCOLN, NEB. D.E. THOMPSON. Vice President. I.M. RAYMOND, President. CO. WING, Assistant Cashier O. F.FUNKE. "" 2nd Assistant Cashiers 8. H. BURNHAM, Cashier. CAPITAL, $250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 Wetrntei? A Rogers, 1048 O Street. Directors I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. it. BsnmajB, u. K. tbobhi u. jtornu. Bamnaaa. G, P. Faacon. eesrs i. si. Kaymona, r js tsrown, s. rBhajB, D. E. Thompson, C. O. Dawes; C. Trill, A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory. N. Z. O. M. Lambertsoa, D. G. Wis, S. W. istS-N (JV: . NEBRASKA 97MHfCD1(ITnDY fU: MJIf IP INCORPORATED- Every department of Music, Art, Elocution, and Languages. :. Per catalogues and information , O. B. HOWELL, Director, LINCOLN NEB. M- THE INTERIOR DECORATIVE CO. . . C -rmnrwr. ot. . n . n fc ? - QEAPERIES and MANTELS. Prloea c&xe xifi:l-kt: and Styles casne arisza-at. 330-236 So. nth St, Lincoln. We make s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 September 1894

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 September 1894

POUND & BURR tt:rnesat L w Burr block Sheriff Sale. Notice is herby given, that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the district court of the Third Judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster couutv, iu an action wherein Marcus Younker '13 plaintiff, and John Burshek et nl are defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock P. JVI., on the 2nd day of October A. D. 1894, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln. Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction the following described real estate to-wit: Lots numbered four (4) and five (3) of Xitcoln Laud Company's Subdivision of lots eleven (11) and twelve (12) in block one hundred three (103) in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 20 day of August A. D.1894. Fred A. Miller, Sept 1 5t Sheriff. MASTER'S dALE Docklt O. No. 231. In the circuit court of the United States, for the District of Nebraska: Amilky B. LaFluer. Complainant, vs. Jackson E. Mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 September 1894

TUB COURIER CHA3. Q. FERRIS. Attorney at 'Law. ROOM 4. 1113 () S'l mmwrnm, .-' Ax Y MRS. M. JOHNSON TAIlvORESS. Ladies' and Gent's clothing cleaned and lepaired. All work well done and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1012 O ST. tJICYCLE RIDING SC High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Alumiiuuns .... S5f Omaha Guards Armory. X TVlilmne Bill. - - Kooins S08 anil 20!1. ( Diseases of Women. Sneialtics:-? Orificial Surccry. ( Venereal Diseases.' ki. LINCOLN KV. Iv. PKI5WITT, S: POTQSRkPWER 1026 O SJREET. Fine cabinet photographs $.'5 per dozen. Lliefise (- of XVotiic?" tmtl Diseases of the Cliest. DR. JACOBS, y''N Arc Specialties nf Hours l)i50 to 11:30 a.m. 2 to 5:30 p.m. Consultation Free ! Ollico over Ilarley's Drug Store, (it Hi tnJ O Sts. Itesi Jence Cor. A an J 7th Sis. HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING. A full lino of Switches, Italics, Ornaments, Mani cure (i'ikiiIs, Curling Iron?, Kulilier OikmIs, Brushes, Tonics, Djes, Kleached, 1 uwdcrb, Sonis, etc. ???" I malwC a t-uccinlty of r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 September 1894

i-- i- - a i i i amiMBiiiinaJ Corner 1-itlx and. 3VII St:ts.9 - Unooln, fo TDEEISH, EUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking theo baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and whoiewMM IfaaBage is given understanding and trained attendants are to be found in every department The mineral waters from the Artmiaa wcUfl are particularly refreshing to those who are tired or overworked. For the cure of liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and al chronic complaints, and especially for JKMxeu.xxa.ci.'fcisxaa. 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 ana women. xniE water, mougu uuuaiuuuv uuanging, is Kepi at an even temperature me year arouna. In connection also is a fine barber shop and hair dressing department, both complete in every particular; scalp treatment and I are giv...

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