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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

I i O I , -V VOL. 9. No. 46. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. L HE COURIER Has inaugurated the most unique vot- ing contest and grand prize distribution ever undertaken by any newspaper. There is money for you in our scheme, actual cold, hard cash for the successful contestants. FIRST. Three cash premiums, $500, in cash; $250, $150 and $100 in cash, making a grand total of $500 in cash that will be given away by The Courier on the day before Christmas. Beginning today, every is sue of The Courier will contain a dated coupon each one of which coupons will entitle the holder to one vote at the polls to be held each Saturday commencing next week, at The Courier office. These polls will be open from 9 o'clock in the morning to 5 o'clock at night. The state of the contest will be made known at frequent intervals throughout the day. On the day before Christmas, Monday, December 24th, the final poll will be taken and the person having received the largest number...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

THE COURIER II., a , hf " i THE STORY OF TRIfeBY. By ROBERT B. PEATTIE. SHE washed fine linen for the students of the Latin Quarter, did Trilby, and she posed for the foot, and the arm and tho "altogether." Her father was an Irish officer, and her mother but why speak of her mother? After she was an orphan, Trilby went cheerfully to f rk. One has to lire. Incidentally, one has to love. Trilby took such love as was offered. It was only a poor sub stitute if tho truth were known.- And it didn't satisfy very well. Trilby would have starved for want of sympathy if she had had nothing else but this chaff. But she was elate with tho joy of livi g. She helped tho artists with their little suppers. She devised inno cent gaioties. She shouted and sang in mere excess of animalism. Svengali used to hear her calling "Milk Below" in a voice whose resonance filled tho building Svengali, who bad come out of the mysterious east, and who played as never man played before, and who cured the neuralgia...

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

THE COUKJER I O k V i "UNITED STATES" AS SHE IS SPOKE. 1AM free, white, twenty-ono and I BpeaK United States," is ac cording to a writer in The Saturday Review, London, Septom ber 22, the modern Declaration of Independence of every nntivo adult American citizen. Wo get considerable information out of this article. Take the following as a samplo: "The American language used to be English, of course English pure and Bimple, if English ever was either pure or simple but it has prospered on its own account, like other things American, and now the English language is being Americanized, like tho English nobility, and its vivacity is considerably benetited by the process." The trouble is that the meanings of many words have been modi fied and altered so that they are quite unintelligible to the English man. Here are some examples: "If a Londoner is fortunate enough to cross tho Atlantic, and be introduced to a sky which has not been discolored by smoke, a sun which has not been dimmed by ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

THE COURIER r 5; iv i- rv- J !-l ii AMUSEMENTS. "The Pacific Mail" which William H. Crane has produced at the Star theatre, New York, owes its existence to the fact that the lead ing character, played of course by Mr. Crane, masquerades as some body else and consequently has to shoulder tb5 troubles that belong to some other fellow. Incidentally th. -..-luaruder enters the wrong room and gets on the suspected 1UI. All of which is old enough to be embalmed. The piece not uoC excite the audieuce for the reason that the characters rush (inclusions which a sane person, outside the glare of footlights, eouiu not reach. The piece iB an adaptation by Paul M. Potter, of Tom Taylor's, "The Overland Route. It contains allusions to the Lexow comraittc; it may be said therefore, to be up-to-date. Daniel Frohman says: "The rumor that E. H. Sothern is to star next season on his own account is without foundation. Neither have I any idea of placing Grace Kimball, his leading woman, in a similar pos...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

THE COURIER I l'- -a IN OMAHA. Mr. Paul Horbach gave a Hallowe 'en party on Wednesday even ing when Miss Kountze, Miss Yates, Miss Bessie Yates, Miss Burns, Miss Smith, Miss Pratt, Miss Hoagland, Mr. Drake, Mr. Charles Kountze, Mr. Henry Lyman were among the guests. AN HOUR AGO. Mrs. Lewie Reed returned on Wednesday from New York and Boston. Mr. Arthur Guion came home Wednesday from Des Moines, Chi cago and Cincinati. Mrs. Charles Manderson and Miss Hoyt of Utica are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bennett. Mr. Lou Wessell, Jr., was in town this week. Mrs. Meikle is contemplating spending the winter in California. Mrs. Kilpatrick has returned from her summer spent abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Horbach left this week for Fort Ethan Allen, Vt., where they will visit Captain and Mrs. Bourke. Miss Hoyt, of Utica, N. Y., Bpent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bennett, en route to Colorado Springs. The Parish Aid society of Trinity Cathedral will give a musicale and reception on Nove...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

OXfOBO lotties kee-p tlieir THE COURIER 10 1 LA CA6H0U6A. llco BY MARY FRANCES BIGELOW. FEW months ago Mies Laura Popham was a dancer. tow sho is a saleslady, and may daily be seen behind a counter in a well-known dry goods store, in the shopping district bounded by Broadway, Sixth avenue, Twenty third and Fourteenth streets. She ib very pretty and rathor out of the common. If sho chances to wait on you, you will probably notice her pretty face and her od dity. Sho is bright, smiling and attentive. She asks your wants and tries to fill them. She does not appear annoyed if you interrupt her conversation with the young lady standing beside her, nor does her manner grow frigid and haughty if you suggest a less costly lin6 of goods than that before you. The chances are that you will find what you want, if she waits on you. As to her looks, she is rather small, and her complexion is perfect. Her heir, which is bronze-brown and wavy, is always drawn back from her brow and knotted high on ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

Tlao rlfglrt tiling; in. furnlslilngs txt 1Me Globe. THE COURIER 11 r- I .. Rt k? -t- A f it- r I alien to the other. The bare hypothesis throws a flood of light on t he countless incongruities in humanity. It offers an explanation, and quite a satisfactory one. People unsound in body or in mind, eccentric, unbalanced, discontented, are partly themselves and part ly somebody else. The divergent portions quarrel, and their quarrel waxes hotter and more irreconcilable as time goes on. The head and hearts of these are not on terms of understanding, nor are tho spirits and the brains. They are. most of the time, in conflict, and the result is wretchedness, which is tho condition of so many of tho earth's inhabitants. They that are born themselves are the lucky ones. They enjoy the world into which they come under favorable auspices. They are the optimists, and their preponderating neighbor?, tho discordant are tho pessimists. Is not this solution of the mystery of tempera ment in a nuts...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

--rLOBE sells The Hopkins Hat. You will like Iv THE COUKJER 12 I . , p 1 ilUiBK I'll H Hallowe'en hau very little effect on society. The usual rollicking Hallow e'en parties were not given, for some reason or other, the week has been somewhat quiet, the Empire and Pat riarchs contributing the largest measure of activity in dancing circles. There is as usual, a complement of weddings, and society still interests it self in talking of anticipated matrimonial events. Dr. H. C. Victor has returned from Illinois. A quiet but pretty wedding occurred Thursday at high noon at the residence of Mr. F. M. Woods, when his daughter, Fannie, was united in marriage to Mr. Joseph Grainger. Rev. Lewis Gregory performed the ceremony in the presence of relatives and a few friends. The house was a bower of palms and roses. The bride has lived in this city for a number of years and has a large circle of warm friends. Mr. Grainger, of the firm of Grainger Bros., is a highly respected young business man. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

-rLOBE sells The Hopkins Hat. You will like fc THB COURIER 12 . - P Hallowe'en had very little effect on society. The usual rollicking Hallow e'en parties were not given, for some reason or other, the week has been somewhat quiet, the Empire and Fat riarchs contributing the largest measure . of activity in dancing circles. There is as usual, a complement of weddings, and society still interests it self in talking of anticipated matrimonial events. Dr. H. C. Victor has returned from Illinois. A quiet but pretty wedding occurred Thursday at high noon at the residence of Mr. F. M. Woods, when his daughter, Fannie, was united in marriage to Mr. Joseph Grainger. Eev. Lewis Gregory performed the ceremony in the presence of relatives and a few friends. The house was a bower of palmB and roses. The bride has lived in thiB city for a number of years and has a large circle of warm friends. Mr. Grainger, of the firm of Grainger Bros., is a highly respected young business man. Mr. and Mrs. Grai...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

rrixe Globe Olotlxirxs House, lOtl A O THE COURIER 13 Mrs. A. T. Leming and daugter, Miss Grace, have gone to Texas, where they will epend several months. audlenco was thoroughly appreciative, but the lack of number great ly rellectcd on tho taste of the good peoplo of Lincoln who can scarcely bo compelled to hear a worthy program, but crowd tho doors at the "Texas Steer," "Bunch of Keys" or similar entertain ments. Miss Mary Dawes, of Marietta, Ohio, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs Charles Dawes, loaves for her homo next week. Mrs. G. M. Bartlett left for Chicago Tuesday. J. P. Buttorlield has gone to Borden, Ind. t E. T. Rhodes has gone to Leavenworth, Kas. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Little have gone to Los Angeles. General Thayer returned Tuesday from the Republican valley. Mrs. Thomas Marsland left Wednesday for New York City to meet her daughter, Miss Gertrudo, who is returning from a three month's visit to England and Ireland. Miss Marsland sailed Satur day the 27th, from Liverpool ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

Tle Olotoe Olotlxins House, lOtli 4te O THE COURIER 13 Mrs. A. T. Leming and dangter, Miss Grace, have gone to Texas, where they will epend several months. audience was thoroughly appreciative, but the lack of number great ly reflected on tho taste of the good people of Lincoln who can scarcely bo compelled to hear a worthy program, but crowd tho doors at tho "Texas Steer," "Bunch of Keys" or similar entertain ments. Miss Mary Dawes, of Marietta, Ohio, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs Charles Dawes, leaves for her homo noxt week. Mrs. G. M. Dartlott left for Chicago Tuesday. J. P. Buttcriield has gone to Borden, Ind. X E. T. Rhodes has gone to Leavenworth, Has. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Little have gone to Los Angeles. General Thayer returned Tuesday from the Republican valley. Mrs. Thomas Marsland left Wednesday for New York City to meet her daughter. Miss Gertrude, who is returning from a three month's visit to England and Ireland. Miss Marsland sailed Satur day the 27th, from Liverpool...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

11 THE COURIER , r OF THEE I'M DREAMING, MARIE. - v A (MALE VOICES.) G. FROELICH. f RF g (P Moderate. U: - - &0- i : L,ir u. k r w .i ) ff Of tliecMa-rie, of thcc Mi-ric, of thee I'm drea-ning. Ma - ri;. At day, Jt night am I I- I i 1 P5E 3 -m- - ss ri I-- y. i i -i i i v w is tm W W m -i U ' ' " .-IT r i " u uu-FF' j frt-grrS: :S3i dream - ing, Of thee, of thee Ma - rie. I. Of thee I'm drcam-ing Ma - rie, Ma - rie, when the - ? ? i - - J - " N I S: I l - (- -y-tr 3 1 U -jt W k U s E1 -0- " , -r fc r-J ' t ' k--r I S 1 fca fca ' - ' 1 sun has gone to rest. And the wea - ry, roam - ing sea - bird, finds its high and rock - y U -v I fc N S -g- !?g -S-g- .. ' era - (at rock ts nest, finds its high and rock - y nest, its rock - y nest 5 I rock I 7 nest. -( - ' ey 1 l l its rock-y nest, humming.) Baritone Solo. e & 1& L gJ lp r -fca .? r m ' m m m , - - hi I 1 V t I' L. : W mr-z M 5- Vt I yrr rzp ' s i i gf ' - its rock-y nest. 2. Of thee I'm dreaming. Ma - rie. Ma - rie, w h...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

15 pp 9-S- & m B :c m sleep. X -m- 0T- -p. rit. -5i- : -P- T- t P - :Ue -y-fcSf-f -' t 1 ha I - It :tz.z:i &&&: THE COURIER S Es (:: Msa X P V O MO IT 1 stais there watch are keep- ing, while the world is hushed Jq sleep, while the world is hushed in sleep, in I & s- -s- t t sL iL ?: in sleep. 5 eEgi 5 3; SofSiZ rg---fr is hushed, while the world is hushed in PP sleep,. PP. is hushed, hushed in sleep. s 1) aBP 1 m -n c- sleep while the world is hushed in j i EirB P r sleep,. is hushed, hushed in sleep. PP 3F j is hushed, -1 a ttmtvT' T w w k. .m . k. 3. Of thee I'm dream-ing, Ma - rie, Ma - rie, when the mel - low morn a - gain, wakes the mu - sic of the s r". p is m ? L: :S: -t- -8 V- -& m - - w- V V -y J 32Z2X. : :J !JVg 3: - - 1 r- U wood - land, And the lark sings o ver the plain, And the lark sings o - ver the plain. M 1 1 r w fc Vim .--- - I 1 g " fr 's-"' g " - y y-Lupw., I St -V- t 3-X f-g- . . t-f- r- :frr-l i-Ezd sings, sings o - cr the plain, aa,- ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

9 THE COURIER SALE OP COLLATERAL SECURITY First Publication October 13. Notice is hereby given that the under signed will on Monday the 12th day of November 1891 at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, sell at public auction to the.highest bidder, for cash, the following collateral security to-wit: One note of date laa coin Nebraska, October 14th IBS), Tor the Bum of One Thousand dollars (tl.00itt with interest at the rate of 8 per ceniuai per annum from date of said nous uuizi paid, due on or before October in iw signed by J. M. Scott and Hhuukd Scott payable to Reese F. Domett ' endorsed by said Reese F. Doggen wnntw note is now due and payable. oo.. - will take place at the east doui . iu Lancaster county court house iu iu wi of Lincoln. Nebraska. ALBER'.- --. Dated at Lincoln, Nebraska, October 10, 1891. G. M. LAMBERTSON, At truer at law. . SHERIFF SALE. First Publication September 29. Notice is hereby'given that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the district court of...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

THE COURIER IT 1 'O 1 Y iw mz pi m ma HI E H sS Win "" " sk3 Only the Soars Himain. "Among the many - wnlcli I ce iu regard to certalu metiMMi Metform ins cures, cleansing tlie bio-ju. r--.." writes UEMIV IlUDSOX, Of Uiu umma Smith Woolen Mrnr-j Co., PhiinH..,. .. - noue impress mm . im man say own ciii -. ur years ago, at tuw -i m is years, I had jsuhmi come on my legs, ina urune and .became or. Our famiu Eskriacaui could do me no i.m mm it was feared i -. bones would).. . i At last, my good oiu mother urged me to try Ayer'n Sarsaparilla. I took three bottles, tlie sores bealed, and I have not been troubled since. Only the cars remain, and the memory of the past, to remind me of the good Ayert Sarsaparilla has done me. I now weigh two hundred and twenty pounds, and am in the best of health. I have been on the road for the past twelve years, have noticed Ayer's Sarsaparilla advertised in all parts of the United States, and always take pleas ure In telling what good It did for me." F...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

ir 81 THE COURIER BEST LINE TO DENVER AND CALIFORNIA Storage 11. K. Vancll, Prop. Capital Storage Co., warehouse 619-G23 South 20th St Goods of all kinds packed, moved, shipped or stored, stores a specialty. An order left at Bardy Furniture Co., 211 South 11th street, or Rudge & Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will bo promptly attended to. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For route. St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific City ticket office 1201 O street For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at Coal and Lime Co. the Whitebreast See that your tickets read via the Uissouri Pacific route to the Mid-Winter fair at San Francisco, Cal. City ticket office 1201 O 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. ESrABLISHED IN 1879. LINCOLN STEM DIEIUG 8 FRENCH DRY SSEf Office 1KB O St.. W...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

THE COURIER t - i h iLu?r Sf 1 fis wr- Savannah, N. Ym Mr ch 18U1, 1894. Messrs. S. C. WEU-S & Co., Le Roy, N. Y.: Gentlemen I was pronounced by my Lome physician as having tubercolosis, and I went South without any apparent benefit. I was recommended to use Sliiloli's Consumption Cure, and its results have been wonderful. I cheer fully recommend it to any ' " (fcring from lung trouble. James W. Goss. 2V. X. WILLIAMS, 1316 O Street. ' mmk 1LA4 mrtm HUT Wir K)l H theater in 7"l)ips Robes and Blankets. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Fine harness made to order. MANHOOD RESTORED! OTJK&ffEW puaranleed to cure a;i nervous dlcase.sucli as WeakMeniory.Lossof Uraln Power. II eadaebc. Wakefulness. Lost Manhood. NlKhtlyKmislons. Nervous -icM,alIdraInsandIosnr powerln Generative Organs of either sex caused by overexertion, youthfal errors, excessive use of tobacco.oplum or stim ulants, which lead to InHrmltr. Consumption or Insanity. Can be carried In vet pocket, SI perbor.eforS., by mall prepa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 3 November 1894

fEST smE8 m i AMU DOH NATIONAL 1 1 if O O ml mm oV ST INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS. CAPITAL, $250,000 rtit3iistiiiifi: (fit 217 North EJeventh Street jwf wmCfjtr xwyKxlasski. .as- tS ft fK (?T5pV 5W5(l A wyC :J'' UT m yj k iwr - r lac " I 1 A 1 '" S o o f?4 t T-P Trrn Vio-wa a rtlarcnra in LINCOLN, NEB. I. M. RAYMOND, S. H. BURNHAM. Caskier. O.F.FTJNKE, ,, 2nd AasistantCasMar. DltwcUrs I. M. Raymond, K. E. Brown, 8. fl. Bvnfamm, D. E. Thompson, G. Q. Dawea, C. H. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory. N.Z. SneU, G. M. Lambertaoo, D. G. Win. S. W. Baraham. G. P. Fmcob. J if '7 D.E. THOMPSON. Vice President D. G.WING, ., Assistant Cashier SURPLUS, $15,000 'ill iii 9 MM M V0.- cs'wm - rr r cn wifjm III III y2 (TV; NEBRASKA mm iHfMjll HI IllTl I III MHll 1 1 k. wunwfciiiniviii va sw -INCORPORATED I Every department of Music, Art. Elocution, and I Languages. For catalogue and infur .nation , l Adore, IIF O. B. MUWbUL, uireaor. LI IV LINCOLN NEB. f mV 0 ENGRAVED CALLING CARDS AND PLATE, FOR $...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

; A 5 N VOL,. 9, No. 47. PRIGE FIVB CENTS. - LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1894. POINTS IN POLITICS. SINCE the events of Tuesday the great mac with tho Jovo like brow, whom Mrs. Feattie admires so greatly, and who is sometimes known to fame as the editor of the World-Herald, as "the congressman from the tirst Nebraska district," and as "the boy orator of the Platte," has come in for a large measure of consid eration. Many persons hare manifested concern in Mr. Bryan's futum, and the young congressman has been consigned to a great variety of fates. Sotno republicans have been heard to say "Bryan has been heard from for the last time. He has had his day, and will now relapse back into obscurity." How often in politics is the wish father to the thought! The people who have made remarks of this sort belong to the class of politicians that, three years ago, pronounced a funeral sermon on the populist party, and that two bo realized. Decisive republican control of the legislature ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE OOURJER A VERSE WITH A MORAL. WANTED A PARTY. A wise man once, of Haarlem town, Went wandering up and wandering down ., And ever the question asked: "If all the world was paper, And if all the Bea was ink, And if the trees were bread and cheese, P, What would we do for drink ?" C Then all the folk, both great and small Began to beat their brains, But they couldn't answer him at all, In spite of all their pains. But still he wandered here and there That man of great renown, And etill he questioned everywhere, The folk of Haarlem town: "If all the world was paper And if all the sea was ink. And if the trees were bread and cheese, What would we do for drink?" Full thin he grew, as day by daj He toiled with mental Btrain, Until the wind blew him away, And he ne'er was Been again. And now, methinks, I hear you say, 'iWas e'er a man so fool- lish, pray. Since first the world began?" Oh, hush, I'll tell you secretly, Down east there dwells a man, and he Is asking questions con stantly,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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