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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

s A VOL.. 9. No. 42. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. TELEPHONE 00 W. MORTON 8MITH, EDITOR. LUTE II. MOUSE, ... Business Manaqer. Subscription Kate In Advance. Per annum $200 I Three months M)c. Six months 100 Ono month 20c. Single copies Fivo 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 mado known on application. ' Mr. Rosewater's address at the Lansing theatre, last Friday night, did not rend the heavens or jar the earth. Mr. E E. Brown was affected somewhat, being observed to weep copiously when some body in the audience made a slurring remark to the speaker. But Mr. Brown is often taken that way. Rosewater told some truth in speaking of official corruption; but he failed to convince anybody that theromedy he would app...

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

cj THE COURIER A NEBRASKA POET. Mrs. Pcattie Reviews Carl Smith's New Book For the first time in the history of Omaha a book of poema worthy of the name has been issued from an Omaha press by an 0.naha writer. The poems are the work of Mr. Carl Smith, whose name is known to everyone in this town. The press is that of Mr. John Gideon a fine name, worthy of a publisher, and destined, one hopes, for typographical honors. I am not in the least embarrassed in reviewing Mr. Smith's verses by the fact that we have worked together for the last five years on the same paper. lam not influenced by any such association or friendship to mistake bad work for good work. For I divorce my self from all memory of that association and friendship when I take his book to read it with the eyes of a reviewer. With a few exceptions they are homely they do not stand for a class and a section to so great a degree as do James Whitcomb Riley's. But they are of the west and of the "people;" they have the fervor...

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

THE COUKJER S !( V For me marks a different hour. And when to tho east on the prairies, Where the evening shades earlier come, Lies the reason my Elgin so varies I'm keeping the time of "back home." Dear girl, though the time may be changing, I am blind and the change cannot see; Geographers in their mad ranging Cannot take you further from me. In the hour that you live away yonder, You live in the heart of "your boy;' There's a standard wherever I wander, Which longitude cannot destroy. There's a poem of the Gunnison, and a most characteristic ono of "The Quakin' Aspen," and many other verses of tho mountains and plains. But excellent as many of them are, these dcscriptivo verses, and local and spirited as they all are, they do not compare with tho poems of childhood. Undoubtedly Mr. Carl Smith's work is best in the verses of childhood, and from the many relating to boyhood it is difficult to make a selection. One becomes intimately acquainted with "UlysBUBMendenhaU" and "The Cunni...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER MR. HARWOOD, MR. SAWYER, MR. WATKINS. m A Reunion of the Survivors of the Democratic Party. "R. Andrew Jackson Sawyer has been invited by Mr. X. S. Harwood to meet Mr. Albert Watkins at Mr. Harwood's residence, next Monday evening, the occasion being the first formal reunion of the survivors of the democratic party in this state; Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Watkins and Mr. Harwood constituting, so far as this part of the state is concerned, the remains of the Ne braska democracy. To be sure, thero is Mr. Tobias Castor; but that gentleman, since certain recent developments in Omiha,bas allowed his thoughts to revert back to his youth's hoy day, when he all but studied for the ministry, and he is occupying himself with religious study. He is no mood to iudulge even in' the sombre revelry which Mr. Watkins and Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Harwood propose enjoying Monday night. Mr. Harwood, for this gathering of the veterans has removed all the flowers from the carpet and the wall paper in his...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER ii? A i - ADDITIONAL LINCOLN. Mr. George C. Williams gave an elocution recital in Nebraska conservatory hall, Thirteenth and L streets, last evening. He read from Ballard, Phillips, Riley, Shakespeare and Hall. Mrs. Gray and Miss Davis added much to the program by their musical selections. A reception will be given Saturday evening, October Gth, in the chapel of the Lincoln Normal University for the now students. A good musical program has been prepared and a general good time ia expected. Mr. L. G. Rollins, who has been ill with brain fever, is much improved. M. S. Tonsey of Anderson, Ind., is a guest of President and Mrs. Croan of the Western Normal. Mrs. C. M. Shepherd returned Thursday from Falls City where sha has been for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fife gave a very delightful rocoption Friday evening at their home, 227 south Eighteenth street, tc the statu uni versity and college students. The house was thronged with students the entire evening and a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

10 THE COURIER v NOTES OF VANITY FAIR. The following is tho first of a series of articles written especially for The Couukx, and which will appear weekly under the general beading as abovo. Ed. LAST week in The Cockier there were some verses on "Van ity Fair" that are worthy of repetition: Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair, What can we purchase in Vanity Fair? Hearts, perhaps broken, but passing for new; Vows, false when spoken, but warranted true. Colors they're faded, but fit still for wear; Nothing is wasted in Vanity Fair. Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair, How goes the trading in Vanity Fair? Worn, pale cheeks for red ones, and young hearts for old; Fresh roses for dead ones; brass passing for gold. Some lose all in the struggle, but none know of care, No room for the failures in Vanity Fair. Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair, I pray you come join us in Vanity Fair. Bring youth and bring gladness, your high aims, bright de sires. Purchase old age and sadness, burnt out ashes of fires, Naught else will be...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER 11 Ernest R. Holmes returned to Lincoln this week after an absence of sixteen months, tho greater portion of which timo was spent in Europe cycling. Mr. Holmes will resume his former position on tho State Journal after a brief visit with his parents at Kearney. Web Eaton has returned from Duluth and West Superior, Minn. wl tKk B - " v ??j? liFl fllH R3 w V ! iff! HMI The week in society has been quiet. 'PVl nrorllirtr f9 Xf ti CI. Tnnfad nnrl i kjTtAll Miss Bertie Burr, which occurred Wed- I Jttk B M nesday at the First Presbyterian church. Berved to break the monotony. This was a quiet church wedding, bat was - unusually pretty. The church was completely rilled with friends of the contracting parties. Miss Mary Shears returned Saturday from a visit in Omaha. Albert K. Andriano, of Omaha, spent Sunday in thiB city. Mrs. Sarah Harris returned Saturday from Chelsea, Vt. Miss Mamo Carson, who has been ill, has regained her customary health. A number of Lincoln peoplo hare a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

12 THE COURIER v George N. Foreeman, of West Superior, Wis., formerly one of the most popular citizens of Lincoln, was in town this week renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Foreeman was a prominent member of society in the palmy days of three or four years ago, and he cherishes the most pleasant memories of his residence in this city. His friends rejoice at his continued prosperity and are assured that he will keep on the upper deck. A very enjoyable book reception was held at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hall. 1040 D street on Friday evening for the benefit of the Y. M. 0. A. library. At the next meeting of the ministerial association. Dr. Lasby will read a paper entitled "Jewish Continental or the American Sabbath, Which?-' Miss Lottie Whedon will entertain a number of friends at her homo this evening. Miss Mao Burr has returned from school friends in Sioux City. a most delightful visit with Mrs. J. Miner of Grand Rapids, Mich., is in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Price. Rev....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER 13 The first fashionable wedding of tho soason was solemnized Wednes day evening at 7 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. Miss Bertie Burr, daughter of Mr. andMrs.C. C. Burr, was united in marriage to Mr. Beman Dawes, Rev. E. II. Curtis, poster of tho First Presbyterian church, officiating. Whon, some two months ago, the announcement of the engagement of Miss Burr and Mr. Dawes was made at Spirit Lake, Iowa, most hearty congratulations were bestowed on this happy young couple. Tho bride of this week is ono of the most charming young women in Lincoln, being universally admired for her many graceful qualities. She has miny accomplishments out of tho com mon, and it is only a few years since, for bravery in rescuing two young ladies from drowning, she was awarded a medal by the gov ernment. In society she has held a prominent place and sho enjoys a wide popularity. It has been many a day sinco a fairer or happier bride appeared before the altar in this city than was M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

14 THE COURIER AMUSEMENTS. New York, Oct. 1st. The newnesses of the week are, Mr. Crane in "Merry Wives of Windsor"' at the Star, and Timothy Murphy at the Bijou; and both are failures. Crane gave an adequate and expensive production of the play, but not in a single respect did he fulfill the preconceived, or rather inherited idea of Falstaff. Mr. Crane may be an excellent comedian, and if he is, it only shows how much the balderdash of the present age unfits an actor for the legitimate, or, let one rather say, the classic. He really never struck the right key, and his per sonation of the old swashbuckler lacked conviction. Timothy Mur phy failed, not because he is not a good comedian, but because of bad management. His play "ijem Kettle," is about as hackneyed and threadbare a comedy as could well be conceived, and the whole thing shows that Tim Murphy's manager io not worth the salary of an office boy. Murphy was a valuable adjunct to the man whs employed him formerly, but as a st...

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

THE COURIER 15 L $ nor r r- "i'- r ' ARTICLES OF IMCORPCRATION OP L1NC0LH MORTGAGE HID TOT COMPANY. First publication Sept. 29. ARTICLE I name. The name of this corporation shall bo the ".Lincoln Mortgage & Trust. Com pany." ARTICLE II PRINCIPAL PLACE OP bus INESS. The principal place of transacting the business of this corporation shall bo the City of Lincoln, in the County of Lancaster and State of Nebraska. ARTICLE III purpose op organiza tion. This company is organized for the fol lowing purposes, and the general nature of its business shall be as follows: To loan money upon securities, both on its own account and as agent and trus tee for others :to buy and sell notes,bonds, warrants, and other evidences of indebt edness, and shares of corporate stock. To acquire, hold, use, improve and dis pose of Buch other property, both real and personal, as may be desirable for its own use, or proper for the collecting or securing of any debts or claims owing to it, or in which it may ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

lG THE COURIER v Alleged Comicalities. w ft L V M. F. O. Bake and Daughter He Can't Live xar friends and neighbors. I bad : ta IS years; physicians and cbanf t Haute did not help me. But Hood's Samps- Hood's 8ar- tires c rill did bbc more good tfeaa all the doctoring. I caa bow eat, sleep and and work. My daughter ahw sad distress and rheumatism. HoodtSsr rrrfn made her stout, well and healthy. B. F. O. Boke, Fain tow, Kansas. Hood's PHiS e purely vegetable, aa da tpgge, pain or gripe. Sold by alldragHrta. THE BEAUTY OF NIAGARA can never be described and it has never be described and it has never been pictured so adequately and satisfactorily as in the portfolio just issued by the Michigan Cen tral, 'The ATagara Palls Route." It con tains fifteen large plates from the best in stantaneous photographs, whicn cannot be bought for a many dollars. These can be bought for ten cents by sending to H. H. Marley. S. W. Pass, agent, Union de pot, Kansas City, Ma Mi e You Gome Stuthf Then call ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER 17 &- -1 -&? v. 9! J. S, BISHOP. Mttorne ct Lam. First Publication September 15. Legil Matin. Charier H. Buford Jr. will take notice that on the 8th day of August, 1304, L. A. McCandless, a justice of the pence of the city of Lincoln, Lancaster County, "Nebraska issued an order of attachment 'for the sum of $75.00 in an action pend ing before him wherein Gardner V Closeon is plaintiff and Charles II. Buf ord Jr. defendant that property of tho defendant consisting of money in the hands of Swift & Company has been garniaheed under said order. Said cause was continued to the 13th day of Octob er 1894 at 9 o'clock A. M. Lincoln Nebraska September 14, 1894. GARDNER W. CLOSSON. By J. S. Bishop his Attorney. -- S. L. GEISTHARDT Attorney at Lam. BURR BLOCK. SHERIFF SALE. Notice is hereby 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 Lan caster county, in an action wherein ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

18 THE COURIER sro DENVER AND CALIFORNIA Storage B. F. Yaacll, Prop. Capital Storage Co- warehouse G19-623 South 20th St kinds packed, moved, stores a specialty. Hardy Furniture Co, street, or Rudge & Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will be promptly attended to. Goods of all shipped or stored, An order left at 211 South- 11th Whitebreast Coal and Tome Co. Genuine Coal Creek Car. yon -and. Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For St Louis take the MiESouri 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. See that your tickets read via the Missouri Pacific route to the Mid-Winter fair at San . Francisco, Cal. City ticket office 1201 0 street, Lincoln, Neb. Now is the time to take a trip to Florida via the Missouri Pacific route. City .ticket office 1201 O street, Lincoln. Neb. ESTABLISHED IN 1879. IMGOU STEM DTElie I FRENCH DRY ? Ofice 1105 O SU Works 21th &a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

THE COURIER fa AbjtjNky. T t swaTawJaW BLaaawiiV aaaPW per i '"fjiKxm:w&zsr Ksr va. ym w- , v Messrs. S. C Wiaxs & Co., Xe Roy, N. Y.: . WKh ., jaunty ut, I094 Gentlemen I have tried many different kinds of medicine without receiving any benefit, and had given npall hopes of any cure or even relief. I. was troubled with constipation for years until I was a total wreck. Finally it ran into rheumatism and other trouble, and have been confined to the house, (was in bed for eight months) for two ysars. I.have been using your Karl's Clover Moot Tea, and find that it has done me more good than anything I have ever tried. You are perfectly at liberty to use my name as a testimonial, as I am glad to know that I have been the means of relieving others. Very respectfully, Mrs. W. P. "Worden. ii' 2V. X. WILLIAMS, 131 S O Street. -A3- S Z4' wRL saaaf mki m a BaaLaaavaaaa a aaval aMwEaaw mXBRmrfMT! m MM mf If I II I hI i i i tr eater in W-P8 RbS aa BlaalS. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Fine har...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 October 1894

. ? A"$SiJ y gf1T:tO.& YCB.I EX1I ML LATEST STYLES I I O O O: ; INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS. Oovuriei? LINCOLN. NEB. I. M. RAYMOND, President. S. H. BURNHAM, Cashier. O. F.FUNKE, 2nd Assistant Cashier. D. E. THOMPSON. Vice President. J3. G. WING, Assistant Cashier. CAPITAL., $250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 217 North Elere&th Street , NEBRASKA GMfSBtllTORY Of W -INCORPORATED- Erery department of Music, Art, Elocution, and ' Languages. ' For catalogues and Information , Address, . , O. B. HOWELL, Director, LINCOLN NEB. Directors I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. H. Bombast, D. K. Thompson, C. G. Dawes, C. fl. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory, N.Z. SaelL G. M. Laabertson, D. G. Wine, 8. W. BsiBkaBB. G, P. Faacoa. VTfc We make suits to order in all grades. Uniforms to Order And everything in the clothing line. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED We have experienced men to take your measure and experienced tail ors to make the suits. . BROWIUG. KIIG & CO., The Reliable Clothiers and Furnishers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 October 1894

VOL. 9, NO. 43. at lft J K "ft r y?s k r W A. 'V5 o . Aa w p r HK H :-& l i-dsf. -i V r - , h' v 1 &::. dr. if. i kehim, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1894. INCO i ." K73ff BlfAS Society - FlffAMCt O a -K-M SUHBBBBB M " V.BfcrM ' v -C? o oH if '4s, S && -V J V -e? ' & ? f THE NEW MODEL HMMMOND TYPEWRITER is the only typewriter embodying All Modern Requirements. Unequalled Speed, Perfect Alignment, Interchangeable Type, Any Wi th of Paper, Superior Work, Light Elastic Touch, Groat Endurance. W. J. VanAernam, Western Agt. OMAHA. X"BR. C. W. Eckermau, Agent. LINCOLN, NEB. 1TSWI500M . Oa v 4&r v v. o y, ..CI V ' rtVt" 'i r-jfv MU 1 C)lflQ:i? ! Jl MEN'S FURNISHER. 1222 Djug.as (rvef. MlLLAXDBnTEL. OMAHA, NeBKASKA New Stock. . Lowest Prices. F. 6. Zehrung, FUNKE OPERA HOUSE. SODA WATER THE COURIER L-rJ Fine Printing and Engraving. I 217 North Eleventh St. THE IINDELL.K- Cor. 13th and M Sts. A: I.. HOOVER SON, Props. RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DA FOR WEAK LUNGS try c o o Scot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 October 1894

THE OOOftlEft Alleged Comicalities. Mr. Philantro My poor man, how did you Jose your eyesight? Billie Bluegog In the Government ser vice, your honor. Mr. Philantro In. what branch were you working? i Billie Bluegog I was engaged in lookin' fer marks of bullet wounds in pension applicants. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiralaut" C - BBSsV BBBBfeBSBBBBBBBBBBBBKLr' V" 1 LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbPb " 27 I '(Iff , KStSSJ" J . . Tc f-:-.s- A FRIEND S-wtks throng the Bootnbay (Me.) Begittrr, . ' of Uic benelclal results lie baa received (rum . ArrEiilaMaeofJtycr'kPIUa. 'He says: "I ra feeling slrk and tired and my stmnncli . seemed all out of order. I tried a number ot remedies, but Rom seemed, to give me relief until I was Induced to fry tlie old rell.-i-We Ayer's rilK I liave taken only one box, but I feel Ilk ftnewman. 1 think lliey are the most jrieaaant and easy to takeul anything I ever nsed, being so flnely sugar coated that evea a child will take them. 7 urge upon all who are In need of a laxative to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 October 1894

fc-, 'rr- THE COURIER L p ft r BICYCLE RIDING SCHOOL W. M. BARNUM ... High G ratio Bicycles, Relay anil Aluminums .... ESjrOiaaha Guards Armory. m. M X L0U6HRID6E, aaOHouth Eleventh at. Telephone A01. - Itoonm 2 OH and 200, ( Diseases of Women. .,.,. Spcialties: OriHciul Surgery. ' (Venereal Diseases. NKH. Hotel Ideal, 121 M. 14lh Mt. - Lincoln, Nrl. :- Under the management of : I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant roomi, fino tabic The only first-claim fcmlljr hotel in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave or an artistic hair-cut, try 8.F. Westerfie ID THE POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST, who has a shop in basement of Burr Block, also one called "The Annex" at 117 North Thirteenth Street, south of Lansing theatre. HE HAS ALSO VERY MEAT BATH ROOKS. ira RELIABLE AGENTS to handle a firet-class Cripple Creek Gold JUining Bt'ock. Address, DELANY AND DELANY, Mining Brokers, Colorado Springs, Col. Low R te Harvest Excursi n. On the above date, agents of Missouri Pacific Railway on the central branch U. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 October 1894

" 3X$ . - THE COURIER w: I Uf 1 fill HI ED- A. CHURCH, Manager. TONIGHT SATUBDAY "WlSVl GVW.V' A ..Spectacular Booming, Whizzing Comedy. v ' The Newest Thing Out. . r orse jpaton j i ompaa. Commencing Monday Oct 15, and all the week. Mr. Payton's company in a popular repetory, with J Persian Prirveess as the opening bill Monday evening. mm or mm unr. 10, 20 AND 30 CENTS. F. G. ZIHRUQ. Fiinke Opera House, 12tn and O Sts. - Prescriptions a Specialty- -Toilet Articles. FIN! DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. The Union Pacific's new time card goes into effect next Sunday, Oct. 7. It will be of interest to the traveling public as the Lincoln and Manhattan train will again be resumed, leaving Lincoln at 7:16 a. m. and returning arrive at 7:30 p. m. No. 42 going north at 11:50 a. m. will leave at 11:59 p. m. No. -13 going south at 5:53 will leave at 6.-05 p. m. No. 44 for Valparaiso and Stromsburg branch will leave at 1:40 p. ra. PBOF. NIKL, it rh Inf. writes; I have cam It analy...

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