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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER :?..- o a a 1 0jjj wssp- " Ij -& isfeal Tbc Patriarchs contemplate giving a german sometime near the first of the year. I - I A theatrical manager who can have his business advertised from his own stage is prettv smooth. I I Two or three now dancing clnbs are talked of. The married peo ple are likely to have a cotillon of their own, the dances to bo held at the residence of ono of their members. I - I An engagement which if not actually announced is at least admit ted and generally understood is that of Mr. Bert Howoy, of this city, to Miss Mary Green, of Beatrice, the wedding to occur some time in the spring. Mr, Howoy has been a resident of this city for a number of years. A little more than twelve months ago he left a position in the American Exchange National bank to accept an ap Iointment as United States bank examiner which position he now holds. Miss Green has visited in this city several times and is Known to a considerable number of Lincoln people. I - I Man...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER TSgKKsj "Jane at the Lansing theatre Tuesday WfRKJ night, was not a brilliant performance. The 9tdM company was inferior to both of those W jjftng tkat have appeared in this city previously, uyflffi(P and this farce, which at its best has always VfBllil' seemed to ub to be open to criticism; did not Ny.WR y appear to manifest advantage. "Jane" drew a Lincoln was not particularly cordial in its treatment of the "Ethi opian Songsters," composed of Omaha and Council Bluffs young women, who appeared at the Funke opera house Wednesday even ing. If the young womon had not been so careful to conceal their dentity it is probable that more interest would have been manifest ed in the entertainment, a considerable portion of the public regard ing the "Ethiopian Songsters' as an ordinary female minstrel show, a variety of entertainment that does not appeal to the most refined taste. But there was a fair attendance, society people predominat ing, and once in a while the audience warm...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER -A A &. v- ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN rOSTOFTICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eloventh St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON SMITH, Editor. LUTE II. MORSE, ... Hisiness Manages. Per annum Six months .Subscript ln Kate In Advance. $U0 I Throe months 50c. 1UU j One month 20c. Single copies Five cents. For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limitrd number of advertisements will be inserted. Rates made known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 17, 1894. Paddock, who was laid out and decently interred last time, will probably shake off his shroud and attempt to convince legislators at the next session that ue is still alive. He will bo a candidate for senator. There is talk of another term for Manderson; but there is not much probability that his claim will be pushed with much zeal. Manderson has most likely but 'his wheel under the McKinley car and is looking for a cabinet o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

.THE COURIER A WOMAN'S DESIRES. By Frank H. Irons. The electric lights were shining on the margin of a lata and throw ing brilliancy through many colored globes, far out into the water. From a pavilion, built out into the lake a little ways, sounds of mus lz were floating. A band was playing there. A hundred boats were floating around. Crowds of people were strolling around the mar gin. The electric cars were bringing more people and taking some away. There were devices to catch stray nickels. A popcorn mam a lemonade fakir, a "merry-go-round," and other schemes known to those caterers to the small wants of people who are enjoying them selves. Phonographs for the people in the pavilion, each with a slot to receive the price of its services. Outside benches close down upon the water whero many were sit ting. There were lovers there. Girls just beginning to see what they called "Life.'" Young men spending a large portion of their week's salary to please themselves and the girls. Maids...

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

,THE COURIER A WOMAN'S DESIRES. By Frank H. Irons. The electric lights were shining on the margin of a lako and throw ing brilliancy through many colored globes, far out into the water. From a pavilion, built out into the lake a little ways, sounds of raus ; were floating. A band was playing there. A hundred boats were floating around. Crowds of people were Btrolling around the mar gin. The electric cars were briLging more people and taking some away. There were devices to catch stray nickels. A popcorn mam a lemonade fakir, a "merry-go-round," and other schemes known to those caterers to the small wants of people who are enjoying them selves. Phonographs for the people in the pavilion, each with a slot to receive the price of its services. Outside benches close down upon the water where many were sit ting. There were lovprs there. Girls just beginning to 6ee what they called "Life.'' Young men spending a large portion of their week's salary to please themselves and the girls. Maids...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER 4 O A alion as common as daylight; anil yet it looks curious in cold typo. Without reflection, you will condemn the picture as d.slorted and untrue; but thinking it over, comparing experiences, invtstigating a little, you will oinj to a realization of its trulh. This is the oni'tin iti-jn: In business matters. Mr. tlyde could bo trusted without limit. Mr. Wheeling, his employer, with whom ho sto")d ii. the most confidential relations, considered him as his right hand, and treated him always with the utmost consideration and respect, lie paid him a large salary, with a yearly vacation, and took Mr. Hyde's opinion into account in making every move. And yet, he knew his confidential clerk's escapades, and while ho did uot approve of them, really considered them as mere trilling episodes in life, not worthy of the most serious contemplation. Mr. Wheeling was a good man, with sons and daughters, a conscien tious man, who would not wrong his neighbor, a cultured man, with high...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER ation as common as daylight; and jet it looks curious in cold type Without reflection, you will condemn the picture as d.storted and untrue; but thinking it over, comparing evperiences, investigating a little, you will c una to a realiz ition of its truth. This is the CHiinnttim: In business matters. Mr. tlydo could be trusted without limit. Mr. Wheeling, his employer, with whom ho stod ii. the most confidential relations, considered him as his i right hand, and treated him always with the utmost consideration : and respect. He paid him a large salary, with a yearly vacation, and took Mr. Hyde's opinion into account in making every move. And yet, he knew his confidential clerk's escapades, and while he did not approvo of them, really considered them as mere trifling episodes in life, not worthy of the most serious contemplation. Mr. Wheeling was a good man, with sons and daughters, a conscien tious man, who would not wrong his neighbor, a cultured man, with high ideals; ...

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

THE COURIER and go flying forward to see a corner or two of the strange world. Trousers would not hamper her to do this; why should petticoats? K r. Hyde she believed to be the true man. Hib lying tongue had deceived her. His desire to please her had been coupled with signs of courtesies and respect. He had worn a mask to her. It was part of the game he was playing, but in a moment, which from his long experience in the game he had thought opportune, a look, a word and a movement of the hand had betrayed him. He had intended that it should betray him, for he thought tho time to uncover had arrived. But he did not know the woman, and none of his exper ience with other women gave him anything for comparison. Mrs. Chapman wan not near falling into any such coarsely made, illy conceived and openly arranged trap. Nor in fact, into any trap She had been blind to see that one was being laid, it is true, but her womanly instincts informed her that there was a snare, instantly it was complet...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

Notice the GLOBE'S 10. 15, and $20 Suits and Overcoats. THE COURIER X A HOW SONG IS SUGGESTED. . The nimble witted journalist is over ready to take a hint and to turn nursery rhymes or antiquated jingle into marketable matter, thoroughly up to date. It was one of thoso clover fellows, tho late ,.Ben King, who, remembering the old quatrain: "There was an old woman and what do you think? She lived upon nothing but victuals and drink. Yes, vituals and drink was tho chief of her diet. And this funny old women could never keep quiet." Grasped tho idea and wroto tho popular doggoral, altered but not improved, by Walter Jones in h;s tramp scene in "1492,' which runs as follows: "Nothing to do but work, Nothing to eat but food, Nothing to wear but clothes To keep us from being nude. Nothing to breathe but air, s- Quick as a flash it's gone, c-i Nowhere to fall but off, , Nowhere to stand but on. - Nothing to comb but hair, -'. Nowhere to sleep but in bed. i"f Nothing to weep but tears, " No...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

TMie srlgglit tiling: in. tMmiliinfi: at Ttie Globe, THE COURIER 10 BASE BALL. In tbo death of Mike Kelley, the ten thousand dollar beauty, which occurred in Boston Thursday of last week, tho diamond loses ono of its most prominent figures. He was one of tbo best known players in tho profession, a man of countless friends, and his sad end is regretted on all sides. t Monk Gline is in the Louisville liro department. t Watkins writes to tho Bee that he is after Speer. If tho Lincoln management lets the "kid" get away from this town there will bo a howl go up from the fanB that will shake all the nails out of the grand stand. However, those who know tho "kid" cannot blame him if he gels a good offer and accepts, as Lincoln has not said any thing to him about next season. t All this talk about Omaha getting into the western league is bosh Omaha is in proper company at present. t There will be a change in the presidency of the west ern association. t The salary limit, of the western asso...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE GLOBE sells The Hopkins Hat. You will like it. THE COURIER 11 I- I s v5 &, i Tho Pleasant Hour club, tho oldest dancing organization in the city, met Saturday last and partially completed arrangements for ite twentieth consecutive season. Tho club starts in with an unusually large membership this year and the season bids fair to bo one of tho most successful and brilliant in tho history of the club. It was decided to hold tho tirst danco Thursday, November 29, Thanks giving night, it having been the custom of tho club for years to have a party on the evening of Thanksgiving. This first dance will take the form of a reception to Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Burr and Mr. and Mrs. Beman G. Dawes, thus observing another time-honored custom, that of giving a testimonial to each member of the club as he marries. Tho location of the reception as well as other arrange ments for the season will be settled at an adjourned meeting of tho club to be held today at 12 o'clock noon, at Zehrung'...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

tty yotiir rx&xt mtilt at HTE GrtOJBE, THE COUKJER s; 12 III'" )? jMMJJ.j . , sg??T7jrj IhIi WV ''IliuMH vZH H HH. K The following as to favors and new figures for tho cotillon mav bo of in- I Lj7fl"'l tcrcst to devotees of the dance. The K. BW favors mav bo mere trifles, a vinaieretto for instance, or costly gifts boquet holding a jewel in its heart. The .- figures for tho german, however, aro more difficult to arraugo than are the gifts. Tho one who invents a new figure is usually regarded as a benefactor to the world the world of dancers. Tho bell figure is an amusing one, which can be gotten up without any previous arrangement beyond providing a small hand bell. A chair is placed in the middle -of the room, on which some cava lier take? his seat, bell in hand. This he rings at intervals, till some lady comes up to invite him to dance. One youth whose patience was tried by being left to toll the bell too long a time, finally settled the matter by seizing the bell with both ha...

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

THE COURIER 13 A tf s2y The members of Sorosis and a number of invited friends enjoyed a trip, with Miss Richardson for guide, through the Yellowstone Park on Monday afternoon. So beautifully and graphically was the description given that it required no vivid imagination to see the wonders as pictured by the charming guide. The more prominent points were shown by the stereoptican. No detail was omitted that could make the journey more entertaining and all were delighted. The next meeting will bo with Mrs. Barbour. Mrs. Adams will dis cuss "Child Saving Effort." The military ball given Wednesday evening at Temple Hall by company D of the First Regiment, Nebraska National Guards was an interesting event. The hall was handsomely decorated with Hags, plants and bunting. Over one hundred and fifty couples join ed in the grand march and enjoyed a program of eighteen numbers. Miss Jeanette Wilson entertained he Cheese and Cracker club on Tuesday afternoon. Those present were: Miss Olive La...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

n tMe courier A. K. AndriaDO, of Omaha, was in the city this week. The charity bail project seems to ho lagging. E. P. Roggen of Omaha was in the city Monday. VS S. C. Lnngworthy ot Seward spent Tuesday in the city. W. H. Johnson and family have gone to Selma, California. N. C. Brock went to Dee Moines, la., Tuesday. W. A. McCandless has returned from Duell county, where he en joyed a hunt. Miss Fitzmorris, of the university conservatory, has been called to her home in Iowa by the illness of her mother. The promenade concert given by the Mendelssohn concert or chestra in representative hall at the capitol Tuesday evening was at tended by a largo number of friends and admirers. The hall was artistically decorated with the national colors. In the centro of the hall was a large platform for the orchestra, and this, too, was decor ated. The hall proper was reserved for the promenade and for the drill by tho light infantry. The audience was seated around thesides of the hall and in tho l...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

15 NEW FUNKB OPERA HOUSE FRANK O. EHRUjVG, M!irxfi:e:i THE COURIER - A "tS -Y ONE NIGHT ONLY ' TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. PAULINE HALL And her Brilliant Company, presenting for the first time in this city the New Operatic Comedy, 66 99 By Harry Paulton (author of Ermine) and Edward Paulton. Music selected arranged and original music composed bv MAX IIIRSCHFELD. DISTRIBUTION OP CHARACTERS. Arnold, Lord Lambourno Mr. William Broderj: Lord Beauregard, his friend, passing as Master Roland, the Secre tary Mr. J. Aldrich Libboy Lubin Mugby, miuo hosto at Lambourno Ames-Mr. 0. II. BraJshaw Meredith, steward of the Lambourne cstato Mr. Downing Clarko James, footman at Lambourno Hall Mr. Charles Earl Jawkins, ye 'ostler of Lambourno Arms Mr. Charles Meyer Dora, Lady Lambourne Miss Jeanetto St. Henry Griselda, her nurse and companion Miss Kate Davis Dorcas, newly married to Lubin Mugby Miss Kate Trayer Joan, maid to Lady Honoria Miss Mabel Florenco AND LADY HONORIA sisterof Lord Lambourne, Miss PA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

17 THE COURIER STEARNS k STRODE. At era ' at Law ZK-, iMERIFF SALE FirBtPubliearJovNov. 17. Notice is hereby givfca: tbit by vjrtue of an execution issued -by ibe clerk of thejdistrict court of the TbircT Judicial district of Nebraska, within liud for Lancaster county, in an action wherein Roland JHU-Qakley-ussignee is plaintiff, and Delos A. 'Udall et al kre de fendants. I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 18th day of December A. D. 1894, at the east door of the court bouse, in the city of Lincoln Lancaster county, Neb raska, offersor sals at public auction the following -described real estate to wit: C j -- Lots thirteen (13) fourteen (14) fifteen (15) sixteen (16) seve teen (17) and eighteenWJ in block fifty two (52) in the cityot'jincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. - Given -under my hand this 16th day of November, 1891. FRED A. MILLER, Sheriff. ' 'POUND & BURR . Burr Block. Charles 'Robert Bertram, defendant, will take notice that on tht 6th day of November 1894, the Fred Kr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

THE COURIER 17 a- A -. V A Gentleman Y7ho formerly resided In Connecticut, but Who now resides In Honolulu, w rites: "For 20 years past, my wife mill have used Ayer'a Uiilr Vigor, and we attribute to it the dark hair which sho and I now have, while hun dreds of our acquaint ances, ten or a dozen years yoimgcrthan we, are rither gray-headed, white, or bald. When naLi'il linwmirli'itrlmd fLg fj(ijfi retained Its color and 3 jMJ- "Ihiess, we reply, ' By the use ol Ayer'a Hair Vigor nothing else.'" "In lSC8,niyafflanced was nearly bald, and the hair kept fall ing out every day. I induced hertouse Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and very soon, It not only checked any further loss of hair, but produced an entirely new growth, which has remained luxuriant and glossy to this day. I can recommend this preparation to all In need of a genuine hair-restorer. It Is all that It Is claimed to be." Antonio Alarrnn, Bastrop, Tex. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR 3L Mj0Vcm Mil flCsii2lJ DR. W. QUEEN, THE SPECIALIST, pJl CANCERS...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

18 THE COURIER W.M.BARNUM ... High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... j t3T"0inaha Guards Armory. HOXEX, IDEAI, 121 K. 14 Ih bU - - - Lincoln. li. -:- Under the management of -:- I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant room, fine table. Tbo only first-class family hotel in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave or an artistic hair-cut, try U. HESTERFIELD Reduction in Price. El Hi I 1 O Gents per week without 1 Zj Siindav. Sunday, Cents Sunday. 1 CT Cents per week with 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. E HAS ALSO VERY MET BATH ROOMS. OHAI. . FERftlt, Attorney at Law, ROOM 4, 1113 O ST. Not In years . have colored shirts been so popular, nor the designs so varied and in good taste as they are thiB season. A visit to our os tablishmeut will enable you to see all the late products of foreign markets. J. H. EVANS, Nebraska Shirt Co. (Exclulvo Custom Shirt Makers.) Telephon...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

19 F. G. ZEHRUQ. THE COURIER M Y Funke Opera House, 12th and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles. FINE DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. Whitebrea8t Coal and Lime Co. Gcntiino Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at tbe Whitebreast. For St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 O street. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Will X fflke- -?jmxe Grocers. Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1425 0. Tel.GlO. I ndcr now management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. I'AXTOX, IIULKTT Jfc DAVKM'OKT, Proprietors. Special attention to tnte trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street electric enrs pass the door to and from all parts of the city. DO TOO KIOW THAT THE IS THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE SOUTH Oom9 nnd See Us. H. Q. TotnruMB. Phu. Duma. Q. P. A T. Agt. O. P. T. Agt St. Loom, M. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 17 November 1894

the commit IWE. iMSWj THOTW. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. -" 1 r The Great Record Breaking Success, New Scenery. Complete Mechanical Equipments. Tnoroughbred Race Horses Running Three-Quarters of a Mile in Fuli and Contin uous View of the Audience. No Dead Heats. No Muddy TrackB. See Cold Molasses Win the Race. Everybody Pleased. CLJgT OOURIER as 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. Jnv11 -K.-Jfj FIRST. Three cash premiums, $;oo, in cash; $250, $150 and $100 in cath, making a grand to al of $500 .n cash that will be g vea away by Tne Courier on the day before Christmas. Beginning loiay, every is sue of The Ccu isr will contain a dated coupon each one of which coupons will ent'.tle the holder to one vote at the polls to be held each Saturday com nencing next week, at The Courier office. These polls will be cpsn from 9 o'clock in t...

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