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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

r - o VOL.. 9, No. 49. PR1GB FIVE CENTS LINCOLN, NBB., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. POINTS IN POLITICS. The claim made by the editor of the Bee that the opposition of that paper to Mr. Majors caused a political revolution in Douglas county is decidedly amusing to those persons who have studied the election figures of that county in the recent contest and the two or three elections preceding. It will be seen upon examination that there is nothing in the Douglas county returns to cause any feeling of undue jubilation to animate the diminutive editorial pest. Mayor Weir has not, at any time, been generally considered as a possibility as his own successor; but if there was any such thought it has been rooted out by the mayor's latest manifestation. Weir could not, under any circumstances, be re-elected. It is said that Mr. Bryan has a 212,000 cash interest in the World-Herald. The congressman is to be congratulated on so largo a saving out of his official salary. Governor Grounse is on ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

2 THE COURIER DESERVES EXTREME PENALTY. FARM THANKSGIVING GHEER. xr' A FAIR RETURN. I The following we do not know the prop er term to use was found inside the lin niog of Charley Magoon's hat the other day: Why is Henry Oliver like the state of Michigan? Because both have their capi tal in Lansing. In caBO of a local doctors' Spa(h)rring match who would be victor? Why does Frank Polk so, and why does Billy invariably Turner, and why does Ed remain Young, aud why does Charley Waite so long? And why is J. B. so Trick ey? And why does Dr. B. L. Paine? WouldaLadd pull teeth? Is a Wing fly? Did you ever see Frank Cook one of those Gsh he is everlastingly telling you about? Is Hurlbut a Guy? GONE TO SIOUX FAIsfeS. Twas after the play as we bowled along In the carriage. Ah, how well There lingers now in my heart of hearts The magic of that spell ! I dared not speak in an uttered word The thought of my heart that night But I gazed in her eyes and I felt she knew And I thrilled with wild de...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER ?K V HER HANDKERCHIEF. By W. Morton Smith. "TnHANCE had brought io light a woman's handkerchief. He lciulJ mt imagine how it had escaped from its place in the V dresser, but there it was, on the table at his side. He took it in his hand. How the sight and touch thrilled him! It was only a small bit of a thing not very pretty as it reposed there in his palm, all crumpled; but tender memories were stirred within nitu as he touched it, and to him it was the sweetest, most precious thing in his crowded bachelor's room. Ho was not a young man; nor yet an old one. In his hair were silver streaks, and there were certain lines in his face that one could not help noticing marks one would hardly say of age, as one looked into his clear eyes and observed his erect and athletic frame. Rather the scars left by untoward circumstance. A man may not hide all that has moved his heart and stirred his soul. He cannot suffer deeply and leave no sign. No man who allows the world to look upon...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER ftu5JlNC5nCLS Am The statement of the affairs of the Y. M. C. A. made in the daily papers last week has called general attention to the financial management of the as sociation. Four or five years ago the lots at the corner of 13th and N streets were purchased for $40,000 a large price even in boom times, and about twice what they are worth today. The building has co6t about 855.000 making the total investment 895,000. The start was largely a matter of "faith, hope and charity,'a good combination, but one which the hard times have seriously affected. As the association had very little to start with it was necessary to mortgage the property for 835,000, and as the money was needed before the building was completed, five or six gentlemen, who signed the mortgage note, also gave a guarantee bond to the mortgage holders that all liens on the property coming ahead of the mortgage would be paid. These liens, which have been allowed by the court, amount to about $38,000, and ar...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER lit & -r' tne panic of 1893 the bankers of the country listened to enough "tales of woe" to havo driven every one of them to suicide; lut for self protection as well as for the protection of tho business of the country, they had to brace each customer up with a courage they hardly felt themselves. There is not a day passes but that tho banker receives anywhere from one to a dozen letters of inquiry in regard to the credit of individuals in his town, or the value of some piece of real estate. Sometimes a stamp is enclosed for reply. Every one of these letters takes investigation, time and letter paper to answer, but there is no money in it. Note is sent a bank for col lection, the maker is notified by mail, or it is presented by messen ger, or both, and tinally collected. The bank charges twenty-five or fifty cents while a lawyer would charge 85 for tho same service. Half of the time tho note is returned uncollected and the bank gets nothing for its stationery, postag...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER 1 ing. f-m vcvg jr C i . J3 f4 i Jfctf Two recent events have served to Jir 9l. recall ProfesBor Sherman's criticism nt "TVilhv" nrhii it trill hn mmnm. Jf-c jj bered, condemned the book as im p moral. One is an advertisement of 3 . a local dry goods house which we -' noticed in the CaW the other even- The advertisement used "Trilby's" name in connection with some underwear that the store was selling; and this use of her name was somewhat disagreeably suggestive. The other is, perhaps, more to the point. In the city of Paterson, N. J., there recently arose a discussion as to the morality of the heroine of Du Maurier's book, one enthusiastic admirer maintaining against all opposition that Trilby's relations with La Svengali were chaste, so far as her consciousness of them went. This gentleman, Mr. Mc Cully, wrote to the author for a confirmation of his belief. He re ceived the following, dated "New Grove House, Hampstead Heath, Oct 31:" "Dear Sir: In answer to your letter...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER iriT At"; VVA v X ". w MJi iV S -v ' ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN rOSTOFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. FUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBblSHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eluvcnth St. TELEPHONE 00 w. MORTON SMITH, Editor. LUTE 11. MORSE, - - Business Manaoer. Subscript lun Kates In Advance. Per annum $200 I Three months Six months 1UO Ono month . . . Single copies Fire cents. 50c. .20c. For salo at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will bo inserted. Rates made known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 25, 1894. Special attention is called to the illustrated features of The Courier which we have lately adopted, and which we believe to be a most valuable addition. The Courier sketches are by Zitu, Fithian, Newell. Lucas, Sheppard, David, Chip, Daggy, Richards, Gootles, Rahn, Budd, Griffin, Douglas, Boyd, Johnson, Hick-Este, Cooper and others, this list including, as our readers will observe, the best known...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER BASE BAbL m I 1 "Dese am de bes bird's I evah did git fo Tbanksgibbin.'' Sullivan, Lincoln's first baseman, went to work this week. Sullivan is a plummer and it looks as though he were go ing to stay with us. If Ward of the New York's retires, Geo. Davis will captain the team. Youngy Johnson is trying to get back on the Lincoln team for 1895. He writes that he and John Barleycorn have parted company. Youngy is a good pitzher when he is not drinking, and if some club can get an iron-clad. con tract with him and make him stick to it, it will have a valuable man. t Some one bring a chair ! Lincoln people say their team will be the pennant winners next year. Will they? Not on Bundle's Puck cigar sign ! Col. Eaton in the World Herald. t 2 "Be still dar yo' rascals i i Sioux City papers are delighted to think that their city will be in the western association next year. t McCarthy will go to work in a tew days. t Sullivan, Barnes, Ebright, Speer and McCarthy were at the park p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COUKJER i.-r- rs . ri- "ii Neil Burgess' '-The County Fair" at tho Lansing Tuesday night, furnished a gener ous measure of entertainment and amuse ment. It was Neil Burgess' "County Fair," but there was no Neil Burgess on tho stage. He was not even in tho city. But his picture nrwl liics riittm iirnrn nn ttin ttnatnra IMiTa 7a flirt S Bocond time this artifice has been practiced in this city with this attraction. Tho play, one of tho first of tho modern crop to introduce tho rural llavor so freely made use of in "The Old Homestead," etc., and tho racing feature, which or lato has become so popular, is tolerably familiar to most theatre-goers. It was given by a company of varying excellence. Pauline Hsll two years ago appeared in "Madame Favart'" at tho Funke to a wretchedly small house. A jear ago at the Lansing she drew fairly well in "Erminie." Tuesday evening, at the Funke, she presented her first real success in several years, and the capa city of the house was all but taxed...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

10 THE COURIER Ill, JnLLa Mtii.slsH iKyiJV imih pls4hh KrI Mrs. James II. Cantield bas written an interesting open letter to tbe editor E! Tfllfl of tno 'a'c Journal, as follows: lkL JmW "Will you allow me a little space in the Journal to speak of women's clubs, a subject just now of much interest to j. T many in Lincoln and elsewhere. This subject was treated recently in the Journal in a satirical and flip pant way. We, who belong to women's clubs, believe in them. We believe that their work is dignified and worthy and not a proper subject for ridicule. Tho ignorance shown by tno Journal on this subject is not surprising, however, for it is shared by a largo num ber of people who are probably like the writer of tho article in ques tion, intelligent and well informed in other directions, but have had no opportunity to come in contact with the new club idea, which has, in a surprisingly Bhort time lately, spread like a blaze of light from Maine to California. The new idea is the oppo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER n &' ? T .- X Tho Current Topic club discussed "Philanthropy' at tho home Jof Mrs. Mullen Saturday afternoon. Mrs. N. 0. Brock and daughter, Mis3 Raehuol, are in Chicago. Miss Claribel Alford has returned after an absenco of fourteen months. Sho has been touring the eastern states in Whipple Bros. "Dilemma and was also with tho "Gypsy Queen" company. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nowman of New York are in tho city. Born Friday, November lGth, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson, a son. Tho first bi-monthly social of tho Capital City Cycling club was held at tho club rooms Wednesday evening. Tho ladies ideal mando lin club rendered several selections and high live was indulged in by a number of ladies and gentlemen. Miss Suo Bartrum will entertain tho following young ladies .this Mips Brock has returned from a most delightful visit with Mrs. afternoon. Misses Sallio Borksoc, Clara Leeso, Frankio Burleigh, Barker in Omaha. Jessie Greedy, Mabol Parish, Bernice Merrill, Bertha DuTiel, Hel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

12 THE COURIER Miss Katharine Weston was in the city Wednesday. Clinton R. Lee left over tne Rock Ieland Thursday for a short stay" in Davenport, la. Mr. and Mrs. J. Schweitzer of San Fran cisco are visiting with their daughter, Mr. Henry L. Mayer, at 1(537 H street; T io members of the Dorcas society met at t o home of Mrs. T. R. French on Fri day and elected officers for the ensuing year. ' ' " T(n first public recital of the University conservatory of music will be held in the chapel next Tuesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Righter were at home to a number of friends on Wednesday evening. Thursday Misses Helen and Lydia Mul len gavo an informal card party at their homo on X and Thirteenth streets. The evening was pleasantly spent by the follow ing: Mrs. Schrool of Decatur, III.; Misses Margaret Baird, Xan Lillibridgo and Hallie Hooper; Messrs. Fritz Westermann, Max Westermann, Fred Houtz, "Newberry; Profs. Owens and Taylor. The chrysanthemum show opened Wed nesday in the Halter block u...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

13 f iM$n& thutre MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. THE COURIER w&B m t& KM I: c "ON W SWANEE RIVER." With its Pickaninny Band of Fourteen Little Darkies. A Play for the People. -AS- ., "SPORT MGALWSTER." TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. The Company Includes: GILBERT AND GOLDD3, MABLE CRAIG, MAGGIE FIELDING, MARIE LAURENS, KATHALEEN WARREN, ARTHUR C'BRIEN and JOE KELLEY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. Thanksgiving Day afternoon and evening. JXx. JSeo.xxia.irk9 as jr-ocltAOtiorx of -PINAFORE.- M IE Matinee 25 and 50c. "Evening 25, 50 and 75c. i a SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. "A BUNCH OF KEYS" One of the Brightest of all Farce Comedies. Singing, Dancing and Musical Specialties. ADA BOTHNER AS 'TEDDY.' CHAS. W. BOWSER AS 'SNAGGS.' These are the creators of their respective parts.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

14 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR LETTERS. First Publication, November 10. In ro estate of Henry Atkins deceased. In the County Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. The state of Nebraska to Martha J. Courtnay and to any other persons in terested in said matter. Take notice, that a petition signed by Martha I. Courtnay praying said court to grant letters of administration of said estate to her has been tiled in said court; that the same is set for hearing on the 1st day of December, 1801, at 10 o'cl oe'e a. ni. and if you do not then appear and contest, said court may graut administration of said estate to said petitioner. Notice of this proceeding shall le publislu-d three weeks successively in The Courier prior to said hearing. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 3rd day of November. A. D. 1804. I. W. LANSING, seal. County Judge. In the District of Lancaster county. Nebraska. Sarah Johnson, plaintifT, rs William L Johnson, defendant. William L. Johnson, defendant will take noti...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER 15 I A 3T y STEARNS & STRODE. At ornty's at Lam SHERIFF SALE First Publication Nov. 17. Notice is hereby given, that by virtuo of an execution issued by the clerk of the district court of tha Third Judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein Roland II. Oakley assignee is plaintitT, and Delos A. Utlall et al are de fendants. I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 18th day of December A. D. 1804, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln Lancaster county, Neb raska, offer for sale at public auction the following described real estate to wit: Lots thirteen (13) fourteen (14) fifteen (15) sixteen (1G) seve .teen (17) and eighteen (18) in block fifty two (52) in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. Given under my hand this lGth day of November, 1894. FRED A. MILLER, Sheriff. POUND & BURR Burr Block. Charles Robert Bertram, defendant, will take notice that on tht Gth day of November 1894, the Fred Krug ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

16 THE COURIER NEBRASKA TORY 1 (Incorporated.) Every department of Music, Art, Elocution and Languages. For catalogues and information-uililivi-8 O. B. HOWELL, Director. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA. Dining Zar "A Li Ccr e" Plan. On the dining car run now in connection with the Northwestern line (Elkhorn) after noon fast Chicago train, meals aro6erved on above plan, passengers paying only for what they get. Are You Going Scuthf Then call or write for one of our descrip tive pamphlets on Arkansas, Texas, Miss ouri, Oklahoma, etc., issued by the Missouri Pacific Harvest excursion dates Sept. 11th, 25th and October 9th. City Ticket Office, 1201 O street. We have seen a number of watch chains ornamented with a pretty charm in the shape of a watch case opener, which obvi ates the use of a knife or fingernail to open the watch. They are sent free on request by the Keystone Watch Case Company, of Philapelphia, Pa. Your jeweler here may have one for you; if not, send to Philadel phia. The Keystone...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

17 V KDITORIAL. OPINIONS. THE COURIER fr - & t, - -! A FRIEND Seaks through the Boothbay (Me.) RtgiUr, of the beneficial results he lias received from a regular use of Ayer's Tills. lie says: I was feeling sick and tired and my stomach seemed all out of order. I tried a number ot remedies, but none seemed to gie me relief mull I was Induced to try the old relia ble Ayer'a l'llls. I hare taken only one box, but I feel like a new man. I think they nre the most pleasant and eaoyto takeot anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even a child will take them. I urje upon all who are in need of a laxative to try Ayrr's Pills. They will do good.' Tor .11 diseases of the Stomach, tlvert and Bowels, take AVER'S PILLS Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayrr & Co., Lowell, Mn. Every Dose Effectivr DR.W.QIN,UIALia - Wfl J9racn''ff!V CANCERS. Its scientific treatment and removal in twenty minutes without knife, pain or loss of a drop of blood DR. QUEEN cure Piles and Tu mors without pai...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

lft THE COURIER F. G. ZEHRUJQ. 4 Funke Opera House, 12 ill and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty- -Toilet Articles. FINE DRUGS. Bifst Soda Water Fountain in the City. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coul Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at tho Whitebreast. For St. .Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket offico 1201 O street. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at tho WbUebreast Coal and Lime Co. A Li I l.r -7TTti.e Grocerst i Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store H25 O. Tel. 610. Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. PAXTOX, HUI.ETT & DAVENPORT, Proprietor. Special attention to state trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street electric cars pass tho door to and from all parts of tlie city. MTOU now TIlTTn MBrBwPX'MiE Ootn H.O. IS THE ONLY DIRECT KOUTEjTO THE SOUTH Urn. Q.P.AT. tfL aP.4T.Ait ixaoat. ISSCED -:- WEEKLY. Vim I'mi'...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

THE COURIER 19 ', . High Grado Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... ESfOinaha Guards Armory. HOTEIv IDKAX,, 131 S. 14th -St. ... Lincoln, New. -:- Under the management of -:- I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rooms, fine table. The only flrat-class f-niilj- hotol in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave -,. or an artistic hair-cut, try ' I F. Westerfield 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 NEAT BATH ROOMS. ' CHA8. . FERRIS, Attorney at Law, ! Reduction in Price. KOOM4. 1113 0 ST. OftS. Ell I LOHH, fiOO Soutli Bleventli St. Telephone 561. - - Itooin 308 and 300, ( Diseases of Women. Speialties: j Orificial Surgery. "NCOLX (Venereal Diseases. neb. 1 11 ll I 1 Q Gents per week without 1Z Sunday. 1C Cents per week with s Sunday. Cheap in Price. lie sst iia lty- A GRAND OFFER! EDCC MME. A. RUPPERT'S rnCC FACE BLEACH MME. A. RUPPERT says: "lappreciato the fact ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 November 1894

KiaT . t-TS- fiJ-- a; z v.m V'HE GOURIER 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 opsn 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 of votes as a tribute to the energy of the contestant 'will r...

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