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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE COURIER It is said that Mr. Hitchcock, tho proprietor of tho World--Herald really desired tho election of Majors, for business purposes, only and that for this reason ho was not averso to accepting tho proposition of tho republican state central committeo for spaco on the editorial page of the World-Herald. Tho first real row in tho World-Herald office occurred when tho editor was informed of what tho business ofllco had dono with Mr. Morrill's proposition. I JL F& '"V3 J fP d VJ Have you noticed that this au tumnB crop of babies is mado up almost entirely of bovs? If vou I' W-HHwCfo m i vU havpn't iunt nlisorvn the dnilv an nouncements in tbo local papers. This phenomenon is said to presage war. A preponderance of male chil dren now means, according to an old tradition, war in twenty-iivo years. It is said by people who claim to have some authentic in formation that twenty or twenty-five years prior to tho rebellion there was a period during which three-fourths or the birth...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE COURIER A CHARITY 6IR6US. The charity ball project having been brought prominently before the public by The Codkier much interest has been aroused in this form of diversion for "sweet charity's sake." The Courier has re ceived several communications on this subject proposing various plans for the successful execution of the ball project which may be published in a subsequent issue. One of these communications, however, contains a suggestion that is, in our opinion, deserving of immediate attention. A gentleman whose name we withhold at his request suggests that 'instead of a charity ball, which, is no longer a novelty, a charity circus be given." Our correspondent proceeds to point out how in the last few years leading citizens and prominent society people of eastern cities have, for the sake of some charitable purpose, joined together and present ed an amateur circus. "In Boston" he says, "one of the principal society events of last season was a circus given by people iD swell ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE COURIER with customary cleverness Tuesday night. WmLk Ail Hfttttgft I . y O Y &?&! n i i ' t w r rir IS2WFfWfr i X Edwin Milton Royle, Selena Fetter Royle and Lucius Henderson, supported by a company of compotent people, gave a repe tition of "Friends" at the Lansing theatre Monday night. Mr. Royle in "Friends" was happily successful in opening up a new lead in theatrical, and his play, cleverly constructed, and containing elements not commonly found in the modern comedy or drama, has, in the last two years and a half, taken a strong hold on the public. Mr. Royle was not only fortunate in his building of the play, but also in the selection of his company. The principals have not been changed since the first per formance, and the minor parts are in substantially the same hands. The performance Monday night was given with much finish, and the audience was pleasantly enthusiastic in its approval. Mr. Royle has written a new play to be produced sometime during the holidays. ...

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

THE COURIER f A COMPLETE SUCCESS. By Amy Elizabeth Leigh. Characters. Mrs. Jo North, a tremendously busy woman. Monday, her pet skye. B e&sie Stephenson, her pretty Bister. Joseph M. North, her husband, a successful man of business. Mrs. Chevalier, her friend and co-worker. Dick Arlington, Bessie's fiancee. Mr. Fred Griffith, a young gentleman of leisure. Scekk Mrs. Jo North's quaint and cozy morning room, 10 a. m. It is a legal holiday, and Mr. Jo North is at home, sprawling over a couple of chairs and looking rather bored, as he IiBtlessly fondles the unresponsive skye. A half-smoked cigar lies, with the morning pap er, at his elbow. Mrs. Jo is at her escritoire, writing furiously. Her set lips and the two perpendicular wrinkles which stretch from her small nose to her fluffy blond bang denote determined concentration. Knocks are heard upon door L, but Mrs. Jo ignores them. Mr. N. in t he midst of a yawn. Umm-mm-yah ! Come in ! Enter Mr. Fred Griffith. Griffith lutlding his st...

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

THE COURIER k J- . j k & of you ! Dick. Oh, corao now, Bessie ! Don't be cross ! Bess walking to window, L. B., and looking out.) I won't "come now." I think you are cold-blooded. Griffith laughing.) Dick, my boy, you're in for it. Bess. I think you're all cold-blooded ! Laughing and I could cry! Dick, crossing to icindow.) Don't do that Bessie ! Bess. You hare uo sympathy for the the poor and the oppress ed. The idea of laughing because we only made four dollars, and with something between a sigh and a sob) and eighty-five cents. You don't care if our recital was a failure as long as you've won your wager. I'll never paj it turns to face Dick;) never ! I don't be lieve in wafers anyhow. You just coerced me into making it ! Dick. Why, Bessie, you Bess. Yes you did ! Besides, I don't believe you've won. Four dollars and eighty-live cents would buy with sudden enthusiasm, running to Mr. N.) Brother Jo how many bags of peanuts would four dollars and eighty-five cents buy? (Dick fol...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

8 THE COURIER Chorus. Four dollars and eighty-five cents ! Mr. N. and Griffith hilariously). Entire profit wiped out ! Dick. So I've won my wager after all ! Mrs. Jo (reading): "Please stop on your way to the meeting this p. m. and tell me how we came out. I'm dying to know; but I'm ill quite worn out, in fact, and I shan't bo able to be there. Yours devotedly, Sara." If I had "yours devotedly," Sara Henderson, here, this minute, I'd make her cringe. The idea of spending all our profit for flowers and messenger-boys and crepe paper shades. Mrs. C. I always did dislike Sara Henderson, and now I loathe her: Bess. So do I; aking me lose my wager 2 Mr. N. Not to mention the sorrowful disappointment of the poor orphans who have been confidently expecting Mrs. Jo. Think of all the time and work we've wasted. Mrs. C. Think of the teasing I'll get, if my husband hears of this. I shall commit suicide ! Mrs. Jo. If that miserable, sarcastic, cynical old editor of the Society Argus finds us ou...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

TILE COURIER 9 campaign of 1892 that there ought to bo a change. And they voted Tor a change. In 1834 they wore told that tho exigencies of tho case domamlud another chango and tho emotional voting population is again swayed. It is appar ent that tho voters who hold tho balance of power in this country aro not 6o Hrmly attached to principles but that their allegianco may bo shaken by local or passing circumstances. t i A .y IfeuL V .' A 'O f' ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN POSTOFTICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Elovonth St. TELEPHONE 00 W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. LUTE II. MORSE, - Business Manager. Subscription Kate In Advance. Per annum $200 I Three months 50c. Six months IUI Onemonth 20c. Single copies Fire cents. For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will be inserted. Rates made known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 10, 1891. ANNOUNCEMENT. ...

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

0 10 GIvOBE olotfrefePlfielp- tlielr slicrpe. THE COURIER , Cbarles a Mr. L. Ei. H. UDd MrsO. L. Burr, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funke, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. OgdenDr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Nisbit, Mrs. Funke, Prof, and Mrs! Barbour, Mrs. Alexander Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gates, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Little, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Burr, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burr, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lippin cott, Mr. and Mrs. L. W, Coates, Mrs. Bartlctt, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Brace, Miss Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Barrett; Judge and Mrs. S. B Pound, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCIay, Mr. and Mrs. Outcalt, Mr. and Mrs,H. R. Nissley Mr. and Mrs. C. Baird, Miss Baird, Mr. and Mrs. George Wing, Mrs. Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Seweli, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Im'hoff, Mrs. J. R. Clark, Miss Clark, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones, Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

Notice the GLOBE'S 10. 1 5, and $20 Suits and Overcoats. THE COURIER 11 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kolley are expected to arrive in Lincoln in a few days from Cincinnati where they have been visiting- Mr. Kelly's parents. afternoon with Miss Nollio White Those present were Mrs. Chas. Burr, Mrs. Beman Dawes, Misses Lila A loxandcr, of Omaha; Mary Dawes, of Marietta, Ohio; Quick of Des Moines, la; Mame Carson, Rose Carson, Fay Marshall, Jeanetto Wilson, Rachael Brock, Mao Burr, Olive Latta and Halite Hooper. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dawes have returned from a brief visit in Ohio. 3? Mrs. Colin L. Hooper and daughter, Fanchon, have returned from an extended eastern trip. Bert Wheeler, of Omaha, spsnt Sunday in this city. . . p Many Lincoln people will remember Clarence E. Brown, formerly of Omaha, who went to California about two years ago to become traveling passenger agent for the Union Pacific. The Courier learns that he has just been made district passenger agent of the Union Pacific at Portland...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

12 'WUl youlook at TClae Globe's correct overcoats? THE COURIER d - s '' "-" . rr fgUSIJNCS utr v- QFCLXS D"C Mr. A. K. Anilriano, superintendent of the mercantile reporting department of Snow, Church &. Co., Omaha, writes of the business situation as follows fos The Courier: "Business has been greatly interrupted this week by the excitement of election; but bus iness men generally are looking for a consid erable revival as poon as people have recovered from the current ex citement, and hb soon as cold weather sets in. The unfavorable ef fect that the election of a popu list governor might have had, is off Bet by the decisive republican victory in the legislature, and it is not believed that any ill effects will follow. The business prospects on whole are excellent, the outlook for the retail trade betweeu now and January 1st being especially favorable.' Among the many varieties of fruit which it is both possible and profitable to raise in thiscountry, none have obtained a more ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE COURIER 13 .y-AAvai, L I r -s ffT A ? V 1. Old Lady Excuse mo sir, but will you sbet that windy? I'm affeard the cold draft ol spile these ere eggs fer settin'. BASE BALL. Arlie Latham, tho popular third baseman of the Cine cinnati team, was in the city for a few days this week with the "Hot Tamalies"company, and by the way Arlie is a much better ball player than he is an actor. When asked if he knew any thing concerning tho new associa tion, ho said that since Al Johnson had lost so much money in tho brotherhood fight it would be a hard mat er to find anyone who had a fortune to put iuto baso ball. t None of tho local players have been heard from since they left for the coast. Someone was unkiud enough to say that Youngy was too busy playing ship wrecker ''sinking schooners," to write. T Interest in baseball docs not die during tho winter; it just sleeps, and any evening at Du Teil's or Young's you can tind a few of tho faithful fighting tno battles for the season of 1895. t Si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

14 THE COURIER GENE FIEfoD'S PbATFORM. SONGS OF SERENADE. I am six feet in height; am of spare build, weigh 160 pounds, and have shocking taste in dress. But I like to hare well-dressed peo ple about me. My eyes are blue, my complexion is pale, my face is Bhaven and I incline to baldness. It is only when I look and see how young and fair and sweet my wife is that I hare a good opinion of myself. 1 am fond of the companionship of women, and I have no uncon querable prejudice against feminine beauty. I recall with pride that in twenty two years of active journalism I hare always written iu roverential praise of womankind. I favor early marriage. I am fund of the quaint and curious in every line. 1 am very fond of dns. birds, and all small pets a passion not approved of by my wife. My favorite flower is the carnation. My favorites in fiction aro Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter," "Don Quixote" and "Pilgrim's Progress.' 1 greatly love Hans Christian Andersen's Tales, and I am deeply interest...

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

THE COURIER 15 J-. -. Y BROWN & LEESE Attorneys at Law. First publication October 27. In the District Court, Lancaster County Nebraska. John P. Hazlett Plaintiff vs ) Notice. II. E. Noble and Ella L. Noble J Defendants. J Notice to non-resident defendants. To Henry E. Noblo and Ella T. Noble, non-residents: You will take notice that John P. Hazlett, on the 20th day of September A. D. 1894, filed his petition in the Dis trict Court of Lancaster County, Neb raska, against you, the object and prayer of which aro to recover a judgment against you for the sum of $838.80 Dol lars as a balance duo plaintiff on a prom issory note for $2,000.00 executed and de livered by the defendants to the Bal lou State Banking Company, on May 25, 1889, and due May 1, 1894, with ten per cent, interest thereon from January 30, 1894, which said note and the moneys . due thereon were on Juno 21, 1894, duly aligned to John P. Hazlett, the plain tiB,"Und on the said 20th day of Septem ber, 1SC4. an order o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

16 THE COURIER ii For Years, 33 "ttjrii 'Aw ir Says Cakrie E. Btockwell, of Chester field, X. II., "I was afllicteU whh an extremely severe i:i!n In tliu lower part c the chest. Tiie feeling wai as If a ton freight was !.. on u spot the sl;i of my hand. Di.r Ing the attacks, Ho perspiration mm.. bland in (iroi)i oa my face, and It wai I agony fur me to luuko sufficient cllort even to 1. i per. Tliey camo suddenly, at any hour of the day or night, lasting lroui V ' tlilrfv mlnntp to half a day, leaving as suddenly; but, fur several days after, I was quite pros trated and sore. Sometimes tlio attacks were almost daily, then less fro incut. AHer about four years of this siiflerlng, I was taken down with Miions typhoid fecr,and when I began to recover, I had the worst attack of my old troiihle I ever experienced. At the first of the feer, my mother pave me Aycr's Tills, my doctor recommending them as lieing better than anything ho could prepare. I continued taking the0 Tills, ami so gre...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

THE COURIER 17 JL If - R- 5- m tJ A -JO TO r Notice of Incorporation. First Publication Oct. 6. Notice is hereby given of the incor poration under the laws of this state of an association, the name of which is Harris & Company, and the principal place of transaction of business of which is at the city of Lincoln in Lancaster County, Nebraska, and the general nature of the business to be transacted by which is the buying, selling, forward ing of and general dealing in grain, the buying, selling, owning, leasing and operation of elevators, cribs and other property, machinery and appliances necessary or proper to j& owned, occu pied or used in and about the handling of grain, and buying nulling, owning, and leasing of real estct?. .., '.h improved and unimproved. The amount of the capital stock of said incorporation It a"Q,000, which was fully paid in at thi '- f incorporation. The time of the commencement of said incorporation wa tb nsth day of Sep tember, 1894, and thb brae o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

18 THE COURIER W.M.BARNUM ... High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... 535TOmaha GuardB Armory. WIS. EMU 5 MIDGE, BOO aou.tlx Eleventh St. Telephone fiCl. - - Koobii 208 anil 209. ( Diseases of Women. SpeiaJUcs: ) Orificial Surgery. "" (Venereal Diseases. xeh. Hotel Idbai, 131 x. Hth U .Lincoln, Jicb. -:- Under the management of -:- I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rootns, fine table. Tho only first-class irnily hotel in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave or an artistic hair-cut, try IF. Westerfield THE POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST, who has a shop in basement of Burr Block, also one called "The Annex' at 117 North Thirteenth Street. Bouth of Lansing theatre. HAS ALSO VERY HEAT BATH ROOMS. ffiD RELIABLE AGENTS to handle afiret-claEB Cripple Creek Gold Mining stock. Address, DELAXT AND DELANY, Mining Brokers, Colorado Springs, Col.. Low Rate Harvest Excursion. On.the above date, agents of Missouri Pacific Railway on the central branch U. P., and in Nebraska on Lincoln and Crete branch ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

10 DO TOD KHOW THAT THE THE COURIER I - S 4D V sSwnvmi IS THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE SOUTH d S Urn. aa Pm. Dajrrma. a.P.AT.Aft. aP.AT.Aft. M BLLmI. 1901 O St Storage B. F. Vssncll, 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 Bardy 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. ESTABLISHED IN 1879. LINCOLN STEAM DYEING S FRENCH DRY Office 1105 O St., Works 24th & G Sts. Lincoln, Neb. A. B. HOSMAN, Proprtetor. We make a Specialty of Cleaning and Dyeing Gcntlemans Clothing, Ladies Cloaks and Dress Goods. Ill X l.- ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 10 November 1894

20 THE COURIER ite imsWj 1 hejhtc. ONE NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13. Engagement of the great popular Buccees Te be preceded by the charming ONE-AC T COMEDY " "LADY FORTUNE." "JANE." (Direction of Gu6tavoFrohraan.) as produced f 400 Nights in London, .- 400 Nights in New York, v ; 100 Nights in Chicago. ?ir C-C 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. -. . tu Ufa ,lmii '. 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 ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

X VOfc. 9, No. 48. '"488LL ' x LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 189. 1 'Ha! Ha! The funniest joknl ever saw." POINTS IN POLITICS. What seemed like plain sailing for John M. Thurston a few weeks age has suddenly taken on a new aspect, and it is beginning to be apparent that Mr. Thurston will have an earnest contest on hand at the coming session of the legislature. There will be many more candidates than there were two years ago, when Thurston was at one time within one vote of election. Since election a number of new candidates have sprung up, and many distinguished republicans in vari us parts of the state have been "men tioned' for this high honor. Lancaster c iunty, as usual, will not be found wanting in aspirants. There is not an avowed candidate in this county; but there are several who will willingly allow their names to be used. When Judge Field retired from the congressional race it was whispered that ho might, if a suitable opportunity presented itself, become a candida...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER AfW The course of Nebraska politics has been watched with much greater inter est than UBual by eastern people. The New England capitalists, the managers of the great trust companies and saving banks, have a very justifiable fear of popu list Iegislation,and there is no doubt, had the independents carried the legislature in the late election, that most of the largo loan companies and banks would have ceased loaning in the state entirely. Some of them even re fused to renew commercial paper maturing -the first of November until after the result of the election was learned, stating that in event of fusion success they would want their loans paid and would place their money elsewhere. This was no mere bluff for campaign purposes, but was simply a matter of business with them. It seems to be the opinion of most loan agents here that the election of Judge Holcomb will do no particular harm in the east. With the legisla ture so largely republican the governor can do very little...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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