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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

VOL. 9, NO.' 17. fftv a.'v rt SATURDAY, APRlfe 7, 1894. INCO MI- ! BIAS ngHpvgna JST, wS FINANCE. S' , mraI .WI500MI f TvV. tf T .oS" S e. X . VJ O v w: V V- Our Spring" Shoes arc t Beauties. ' See our Windows &?defsoncfyiimaj C3tr THECfVwfnoHN 3fe5r-:5S' jmi3)a5is . We Keep rigut - front in Styles. Iffi 0 SI. MONARCH I BJUMER STOVES. - Mtill Bros. Co., 1308 O STREET. : WlIT? TTXTTYE'TT ifcf Cor. 13th and M Sis. W . l. iiuuvkk c sum, rroaw. RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY UNSURPASSED. MRS. J. C3. BMSlvI, Manicuring anJ Hair Dressing Parlors. Tacial Blemishes Removed. Hair Goods. Ornaments and Toilet Articles. Alexander Block, 114 N. 14th Street. Near O St., Mncola. Keb. DR. G. F. LADD, Office 11:50 Street. - UNCOLN.NBB. F. 6. Zehrung, DRUGGIST Will remove to 1145 O Street, Fuuke Opera House block, about March 24, 1894 A. G. BJLLA1EYER & CO. IE KIT I 1 35 M STREET. FOR WEAK LUNGS TRY o . )K Scott's Emulsion .i v". fZMm B-.- LaUara-aV- ftclK J342 f 5T..-U"i-"Ti ISaaaVVH AT rciAMl...

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

THE COURIER A FULL LINE OF CONVEYANCING. X I Commercial X Ijrlntijag:, mm m VI i ELEGTR0TYPIN6 . A SPECIALTY AND PRINTED ON SHORT NOTICE. We compile and publish the only - DlYLIWJIILH:lWlinT IN LANCASTER COUNTY. i No retail house doing a credit business can afford to do without this report. 9 143 S. TWELFTH STREET. PHONE 510 IN TH& SPRING TXJH A, man's fancy lightly turns' to Spring Glothes' THE POPULAR CATERERS TO THIS DEMAND ARE - . J.LIND &. SON, Custom Tailors 'r 125 MOUTH 12th ST. LINCOLN, NEB. o o o o o Some Beautiful New Spring Styles are Shown. Y i PRICES RBASOXABIK. 2)vx(3 s " -- FINISH, STYLE and FIT . f '"' r: "re. Three of J. Lind & Son's. -; .; " f- -' Strong Points. Let us make your Letter Heads, Catalogue Illustrations and Advertising Designs. ' Prices Low. Good Ideas. Always on Top. W1LLICE 8 L0CKW00D N. W. Cor. 14th and P Sts Lincoln, Nebr. m Bavor. m m IMfty Cts.

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 April 1894

THE COURIER 3 FOR CHOICE GUT FLORAL DECORATIONS, MING AND FUNDML DESIGNS, A SPBCIAITY. Special attention given to tho grow ing of new and choice roses. Carnations and all kinds of greenhouse plants. Ivlneoln Floral Conservatory PHONE 344. COR. G AND ITTH SIS. Tie Pkotograpker 1214 0 St. FINK l'HOTOOKAI'IIS A SPECIALTY PRICKS REASONABLE STiAM DYEING AND 113 X. ISth STREET - Jmvcde PRIVATE WIRES. HIT M lew DUE!! Are Just as GuraMe as Other Diseases. Treated exclusively by DK. LEONHARDT, Lincoln. Neb. OFIICI M37 O ST. HOURS TO 8 DAILV. rrr - z 121 S. 14th St. ... Lincoln, Neb. -:- Under tho management of -:- I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rooms, fine tabic. The only first-class family hotel in Lincoln. LADIES CARED FOR PRIVATELY Maternity Home. P. O. BOX 531. LINCOLN, NKB. Gtrvj&nz AzrA7r IIl PI (FOR RIDING OR DRIVING) JTJXJfcT 9 1894. Every boy nnder 14 years of ago will receive a ticket with each Hair Cut, at S. f . MThieid's Bum Shop Basement Bnrr Block, or at ANNEX, 117 N 13th street,...

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 April 1894

THE COURIER REMEMBER We have the largest and best selected stock in the city, also that we will not be undersold. 2?11 S. lltlx St., IINCOIX, KK. REMEMBER We are making special prices on a great many pieces, so you can get bargains at our store . iste HMHW fHlHfthtE CO., REMEMBER 15 parlor suits, that we are closing out at cost, from $20 to $65. . ...... ? -& -V sii siitix . St., S WNCOLN, IVEJB. REMSMEBR 23 years in business in Lin coln, and we always give our customers good furniture. We always do exactly as we agree. A. Accerra csicn r "SANITMIUH jttFEfrCTtJ Wy VMMM SVLPMO-SAUNC IATH C V iJfrjj 4-1 f . ' umnniJ2BES: i s -- rflMC AttMTtCT- I SvliP0 Smahe Bh talst mid SmUtmuviju Corxier 1-Xtlx and. AI Sta.. Iinooln, aget TURKISH, BUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking these baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wholesome Massage is given understanding!- and trained attendants are to be found ...

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 April 1894

y AV fWT! -. "V "W t m i i I r MM B """K-""- pwfT1 --- ."MMJtyfw". J-lJ :"Jr"r""h fc 1 VOL.. 9. No. 17. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, APRH, 7, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS a at. y. xv v- rwmcilRf.-- &ii7UWYmRl y n v v r r m -" cit ik , L a? ,a' jKW? fca7NJ: ws vs-a M "V "X .t T Tssw .. jm . -o In the last two years there has been a considerable shifting of wealth in this city. Prudential rea sons have kept from the public the particulars of many interesting de velopments that have represented heavy losses to men who for years have been regarded as wealthy, and there has been much in the em barrassment of those bold operators who have made big strikes in the past, but who were subjected to aterrible strain when the panic came on, and knocked the bottom out of credit, to call forth expres sions of sympathy. In many instances, the most enterprising, the men who have been the most public spirited and who have done the most toward the development of the town have been tho greatest sufferers. A ...

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 April 1894

THE COURIER STORY OF JONAH. ? T was in the month of April, many centuries gone by, before America had been discerned by mortal eye. All nations were un civilized from Bering Sea to Spain, from Sodom to St. Petersburg and half wav back again. About this time Ilerr Jcreboam was ruler of the land and went about his kingdom with a coach and four-in-hand. The grossest wickedness was rife all men defied the law and it was said to Jonah "You must go to Nineveh, and tell the jKMiple high, and low, of certain wrath to como bring every man and child to terms before you strike for home." But Jonah didn't like the deal he sought a softer snap and, after searching till he found the latest railroad map, he thus addressed his weeping wife: "My dear, I think it best for me to go foreign parts and take a few weeks rest. Tomorrow, if the weather is propitious, I will sail from Joppa do not worry. I will write you every mail; the truth is, dear, I must escape from taking any hand in spreading civilizi...

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 April 1894

u - THE COURIER STORY OF JONAH. TT was in the month of April, many centuries gone by, before America had been discerned by mortal eye. AH nations were un T civilized from Bering Sea to Spain, from Sodom to St. Petersburg and half way back again. About this time Hcrr Jeroboam was ruler of the land and went about his kingdom with a coach and four-in-hand. The grossest wickedness was rife all men defied the law and it was said to Jonah "You must go to Nineveh, and tell the people high, and low, of certain wrath to come bring every man and child to tcrniB before you strike for home." But Jonah didn't like the deal he sought a softer snap and, after searching till he found the latest railroad map, he thus addressed his weeping wife: "My dear, I think it best for me to go foreign parts and take a few weeks rest. Tomorrow, if the weather is propitious, I will sail from Joppa do not worry. I will write you every mail; the truth is, dear, I must escape from taking any hand in spreading civil...

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 April 1894

THE COURIER k vsijNes6Qnax5 4JK-) nci': 5.-.-y -y -c s Tyrtf OTT'jyti- u yw .7 .-vEr " "w , -&V - i f!&:Z-S54L SaefcS:--"" t3jsi-s--v;,v--iV Tho following summary of the busi ness situation is prepared for The Courier at the Omaha oflieo of Snow, Church & Co.: The month of March made an ex ceedingly good showing in all lines of business, and tho clearings were considerably above those of the previous month. April has opened up with a fair amount of orders coming in, and collections thus far are reasonably good. During the latter part of last week retail business was necessarily dull, owing to the inclement weather. Merc hants feel, however, that the season is too far advanced to fear an extended spell of bad weather, and tho ( hopeful feeling of tho last few weeke has not abated to any appre ciable extent. The vetoing of the seigniorage bill received much comment from bankers and business men, and they generally ex press their unqualified gratification at the final dispo...

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 April 1894

THE COURIER i ifer Ia ij . ys;srr r --.,sci.,. - - ' .rfSV- -r.-VVii) J, U5INC56(lnCLC5 yrs:' WSLJ AW Tho following summary of the busi ness situation is prepared for The Courier at the Omaha office of Snow, Church & Co.: The month of March marie an ex ceedingly good showing in all lines of business, and the clearings were considerably above those of the previous month. April has opened up with a fair amount of orders coming in, and collections thus far are reasonably good. During the latter part of last week retail business was necessarily dull, owing to the inclement weather. Merc hants feel, however, that the season is too far advanced to fear an extended spell of bad weather, and the hopeful feeling of tho last few weeks has not abated to any appre ciable extent. The vetoing of the seigniorage bill received much comment from bankers and business men, and they generally ex press their unqualified gratification at the final disposition of this measure. The opinion is general t...

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 April 1894

THE COURIER country in recent years, and which is largely the sputtering of cranks and anarchist malcontents. Allen has nothing to commend him to intelligent people, and ho is a standing insult to the patriotic people of the Btate. He has injured Nebraska, and this fanatic, this bore, was chosen over the head of Mr. Thurston! And he cannot be dislodged for more than four years. Another senator is to le chosen next winter, and it is to be hoped, for the sake of Nebraska's credit that some republican like 1'hurston will be selected. It will be a public crime it another political fraud and fanatic of the Allen stripe is sent to Washington. . VfiOTf,- . . t&f. y ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEB. X l 47 " x. - k-a w m t . v PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY UV THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 1134 N 8TREET. TELEPHONE 335- W. MORTON 8MITH, EDITOR. Mtliftcrlptlon Kate In Advance. Porunnum $2U) Three months !iOc. Six months 100 Onomonth 30c. Single copies Fivo cents...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

THE COURIER 1) POINTS IN POLITICS. 'HE republican congressional convention will not bo held until after the state convention. Tho latter will probably not ma terialize until somotimo in August. Under ordinary circum stances Lancaster county would not make its choice of a candidate until the county convention. There are considerations which make it advisable, in the opinion of sotno republicans, that some kind of an understanding should bo arrived at in this county in the near future in advance of tho convention. As Tin: Couuir.i: has stated, there is an idea in some parts of the district, encouraged by outside candidates, that Lancaster is not harmonious and that this county will not be ablo to name any candidate whom all elements within the party would support. At least one candidate from another county who has had his campaign under way for several months has repeatedly made the assertion that Lancaster is hopelessly divided and that he will receive tho bulk of this countys streng...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

10 . THE COURIER 1 h -for , ws if Society paid its devotions to the thea tre this week. It bestowed its favor upon Marie Tempest and W. H. Crane and De Wolf Hopper to the exclusion of social functions. Apart from the at tendance upon the theatres, there has been very little activity, and the pros pects are not particularly encouraging, though the wedding season promises to be a brilliant one. It seems to be definitely settled that the Pleasant Hour club will not give another party. The Empire club, which displays remarkable vitality, has not yet finished the regular season, and it is probable that it will give summer parties as usual. The Patriarchs will give one more dance. The coming minstrel performance to be given by the Lincoln Ligtit Infantry at the Lansing theatre April 17 is attracting fully as much, if not more interest in social circles than the recent entertain ment "Among the Breakers,"' and it is said that if somo of the per formers in the latter entertainment are prese...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

THE COURIER 11 'if and tbo burden of it all rests upon the consumer. Our government is run at a great expense. A half a billion is needed every year, which if divided between every man and woman would amount to 88 per capita. Of this our pension roll amounts to 8159,.T"i7,5"S yearly, which is moro than the expense of keeping any one of the standing armies of Europe. This is mostly collected from our import duties and the poor man is paying the duties, lhe rich man does not con sume in proportion to his income as does the poor man- -who with the necessities of his large family uses up all he can earn. The Wilson bill, by reducing tariff, proposes to relieve this evil and raise the necessary funds by taxing the rich man's income. What it pro poses is to levy levy a tax of 2 per cent, on all incomes of over 81,000 and 2 per cent on the net incomes of all corporations. This will be enforced by heavy lines and penalties where deception or fraud is discovered. The objections most generall...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

12 THE COURIER CHARACTER SKETCHES. OUTLOOK FOR NEBRASKA. NO. 9. 'HERE is a man in this town who would bo one of its most popular citizens if it wero not for his distressing pessimism. He is young, well educated and enjoys good health. Ho ought to bo as happy, if not happier than the majority of men; but he is always miserable. He started out in life with a determination to reach certain goals at specified times, and because ho fell, like most of us do, a little short of his expectations, ho became sour, and he is now dragging himself along in a discouraged sort of way, with a clouded brow and diseased brain. Things no longer look bright to him, although the earth is just as fresh as ever, and the manifesta tions of nature have lost none of their beauty, and there are just as many good things in life to bo attained and as much enjoyment to be found as before. When other people look to the future and with the eyes of hope see happiness and success and prosperity in store, ho shuts his...

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

THE COURIER 13 SOCIAL HYPOCRISY. USTOM makes hypocrites of us all. It Wo say a hundred things every day, prompted by custom, that wo do not mean, and wo aro constantly doing things by rote that wo huvo no heart in and would not do save that a prece dent has been established, and we must, liko so many cattle, follow in tho beaten track. How solicitously do we inquiro after tho health of peoplo whom wo do not caro a rap for, and whoso rheumatics and various aches wo would liko to avoid! We Ho in theso idle questionings with tho most brazen facility. And tho amusing part of it is-that the other party usually knows our hypocrisy. What a devastation there would bo in our kitchens, and what sur priso and chagrin and anger would we experience if half of tho peo ple wo invito to dinner would take us seriously and accept! Wo invite people to our houses whom, if they were foolish enough to present themselves at our doors, would certainly find them locked and double barred. When wo go out in t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

14 THE COURIER night. There was a pleasing exhibition of Hopper's acrobatic com edy, and the rollicking fun that always accompanies this comedian was palpably in evidence, "Panjandrum" is a medley and a proper enough vehicle for the exploitation of the glittering speciaties that we expect when a Hopper or a Digby Bell is announced. tem IKff t w The week opened with "The Black Crook'' at the Lansing theatre. There was a fair sized audience, and the stag corner was particularly well tilled with such eminent ' patrons of the drama as Lieutenant Townley and Tom Ewing and Frank C. Zehrung and Mart Aitken and Frank Polk and Harry Krug and Tom Cooke and Charley Magoon. This part of the audience was very appreciative. Apart from the scenic effects which were, in some instances, very striking, the main feature of the entertainment was the dancing, or rather the leg performances of Blanche Henshaw and four other energetic young women designated on the program as the "French Quadrille Dancers ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

THE COURIER 15 y FACTS AND FANCIES FOR WOMEN. TR- ROSEWATER makes several charges in his article against 1 T 1 woman suffrage in Sunday's Ike, which he can not sustain regarding the effects of this movement in western states where it prevails. Take Wyoming: Woman suffrage has prevailed there for twenty five years, and ho says it is neither morally nor financially better than its neighbor states, and its only effect has been to make the elections more corrupt and expensive. Women are good rustlers sure, if they have been able to accomplish that. We quote some figures which are official. In the last decade tho imputation of the United States has increased 24.G per cent., that of Wyoming 127.9 per cent, The number of criminals in the United States has increas ed 40.3 per cent., while in Wyoming, with her immense increase of population, the criminals have not increased at all, showing a con stantly improving condition of public morals. The census of 1800 shows 74 prisoners in prisons an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

16 MUSICAb. The members of the First Presbyterian church take a pardonable pride in their music And being aware that good talent cannot bo procured without good payment therefor, accordingly pay reasonable sal aries to the present quartet, which was or ganized about a year ago. Dr. E. II. Eddy, tenor, has sung in the different church choirs of the city for the past few years. lie has that rairest of all voices, a tenor of good range, and is popular as a church singer. Miss Minnie Gaylord is a charming singer, and is very' popular in church and musical circles. She studied for several years in Toronto, Canada. She has a very flexible voice of good compass and quality. The concert stage is Miss Gaylord's aim, and she bids fair to be successful in that Held. Miss Nanon Lillibridge, the con tralto, has an exceptionally musical voice, which she uses intelligently. Miss Lilli bridge has long been a favorite with Lin coin people, and each year but adds to her popularity. She has studied as...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

THE COURIER 17 .SATURDAY NIGHT. V . k 4 S That Hacking Cough if allowed to run, will destroy the lining to Throat and Lungs, weaken the system and invite the Consumption Germ. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, builds up the system, overcomes Chronic Coughs and Colds, and strengthens the Lungs. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. SCOTT'S EMULSION is the most nourishing food known to science. It is Cod-liver Oil rendered palatable and easy to assimilate. Prepared by Soott Bowne, H. Y. Druggists sell It. .Storage It. K. Vancll, Prop. Capital Storage Co.. warehouse 619-623 South 20th 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 X street, will be promptly attended to. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Batavia canned goods at actual cost. MlLLEK it GlFFOKD 1211 O Street. The Lincoln Coal company, 1043 O street, handles all...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 April 1894

18 THE COURIER "Royal Raby" Port Wie. If you we 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 fs not fit to use. Insist on having this standard brand, it costs no more. $1 in quart bottles, pints 60 cte. Royal Wine Co. For sale by J. H. HARTY, 11th and O Sts. Half Kates. To all points in Arkansas and Texas. On April 10 the Missouri Pacific will sell tickets to the above points at one fare for the round trip. For further information call at city ticket office, 1201 0 street. F.D.Cornell. C. P. & T. A. Harvest Excursion. Via the Missouri Pacific On second Tuesday in December the isai January, Febuary. March, Ap-il and May 1891 the Missouri Pacifi...

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