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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

VOI. 9, No. 50. s r? - It I , S fete tSi'-SytJSlsff g) LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, DEGEMBER 1, 1894. m MJr5si2fi f , t.M.!f .,. UlWMlCr HtpV.liy c u33r it lkttl' . . Bearded Lady What made you discharge the "armless man?" Manager He threatened to slap the "fat woman." jZn Jljir"i- TLtlTp n'-B n. rn n ii - ,- - ,tf "n',7 ,?s f 7S V PRGB FIVE CENTS. 7?4fr h

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

A WEIRD TALE. THE FALL OF JACK GILLESPIE. CHAPTER I. It was 9 o'clock in the lovely little breakfast room of the Stor month family. It was also 9 o'clock elsewhere. The little onyx and oroide ormulu clock on the mantel had just announced the hour in silvery notes, when Mr. Stormonttufinisbed.hiB last piece of bacon, seized his bat and coat and started for the office. "Don't overtax yourself to-day," his wife called after him. .He laughed a blithe reply. Stormonth was "the most level-headed man on the street," and didn't fear overwork. chapter n. Out in the keen, frosty air the sunlight gleamed brightly, and the rumble of the approaching electric car sounded sharp on the ear The electric car rattled on to the corner whereon SVirmonth stood and came to a pause, while the noted business man entered and stood for a moment eyeing the passengers, who had spread them selves over as much seat room as possible. Two men shoved along, leaving an unoccupied place on the long seat. "Ah, ha," sai...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

.A '?i vmmMy oj WSzl V ' h - i n f mm M:-tm J m 'm. 1 V Tho coming of tho Tavary Grand Englist Opera company to this city, December 8, is awaited with no little interest. Madame Tavary has attained tho height of artistic une, and the success with which she has ipeared in the most difficult roles has made sr one of tho most famous singers of the day. x The organization supporting Madamo Tavary is most notable, and besides many of the more prominent singers. whoso speculations havo placed tho lirm on thovergo of bankruptcy, now appears as tho friend of Short, and suggests that ho may be come a member of tho firm of Ruth von, redeem himself in tho eyes of Margaret, and eventually win her for his wife. This places tho young man on tho summit of hope, and tho curtain falls on a pic ture of himsolf and his guests, seating themselves at the breakfast table. From this point tho plot is doveloped rapidly. Strange has abused his partner's contidouco by using securities deposited with the bank...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

"FZFSHS ' lUiiXUPHIMir THE END OF IT ALL,. THE HAMLET OF H06US PO. mmxBBsmmmifmmm The proud man, fat with the fat of the land. Dozed back in his silken chair; Choice wines of the world, black men to command, Rare curios rich and rare Tall knights in armor on either hand Yet trouble was in the air. The proud man dreamed of his young days, when He toiled light-hearted and sang all day. He dreamed again of his gold and men Grown old in his service and hungry and gray. Then his two hands tightened a time; and then They tightened, and tightened to stay ! Ah, me ! this drunkenness worse than wine ! This grasping with greedy hold ! Why, the poorest man upon earth, I opine, Is the man who has nothing but gold. How better the love of man divine, With God's love manifold ! They came to the dead man back in his chair, DuBk liveried servants that come with the light; His eyes stood open with a frightened stare; But his hands still tightened as a vice is tight. They opened his hands nothing was ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THE COURIER LINCObN LIGHT INFANTRY. How do you like drilling by the bugle? We should havo at IeaBt ten recruits by January 1. Albert N. Miller and John Burbo are ap plicants for membership. F ; III " jA r . & p- l 2 "Well, thank my lucky star but 3-what is it." Courier Coupon, 1 "Great Scott ! I hope I'll reach that fence before he nips me.' 0000000000000000000000000000000000000003333 NOVEMBER 2i, 1894. I vote for...., s I: Name of voter. IU1 This coupon entitles the voter to one vote in the $500 cash contest which closes December 24th, 1804. The person receiving the highest number of votes will receive 8250, the person receiving the next highest, eluU; and the person receiving the next highest, $100. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Lieut. Gascoigne and privates Clark and Rehlaender are preparing for winter. Look at those whiskers. Corporal Ferguson thinks he waB slight ted because his name was among the pri vates on the Mendelssohn concert programs. Misery loves com...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THE COUKJER Miss McFarlahe of Davenport, la., is the guest of Mrs. D. E. Thompson. Miss Wasmer is visiting Miss White. Miss Brock has returned from Chicago. Miss Mills, of Cincinnati, is Miss Brock's guest. P w-r fiSiS to ijfc? yt-o ff Hour club gave its tirst reception and dance. Society looked up a little this week, theThanksgiving holiday beingaccount ablo in boiuo measure for the increased activity. The new cotillon club gave its first danco Tuesday night, followed by a Patriarchs' dance Wednesday and on Thursday evening the Pleasant MiBS Laura Houtz and Winnie Kelley spent Thanksgiving in Omaha," the guests of Miss TJra Kelley. Monday evening the parlors of tho First Baptist church were thronged with friends who had come to welcome tho new pastor. Dr. O. H. Rowlands and wife. The parlors were beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and chrysanthemums; piano lamps with pretty colored Bhades stood in the alcoves, and rugs and divans were scattered around, which gave the rooms a h...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THE COURIER J u r , "V-V !, .. Mrs. C. Hurd and daughter, Mrs. John Gillespie ar rived home Sunday after u six months visit in Michigan. Miss Louise Adams went to Omaha Thursday. Miss Kelley came down from Omaha Thursday to at tend the Pleasant Hour party. Miss May Moore has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Newark, Ohio Supt. and Mrs. Goudy left Wednesday for Crawford to attend the second annual meeting of the northwest Nebraska educational association. The fifth annual banquet of the V. and II. debating society of the high school was given Wednesday oven' ing in the high school building. A jolly Thanksgiving spread was givon by the Pallad ian society in its hall at the university on Tuesday evening. There wero about seventy members present. : ----- i 1 Sho Forgive me ! Forgive me ! I can never be your's. I am another's. A very pleasant reception was tendered Dr. Hunting ton of Trinity Methodist Episcopal church on Tuesday evening. The church was artistically adorned w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THEOOUROtft Mr. and Mrs. NC. Abbott entertained the member of the whist club on Friday evening. Those present Messrs. and Mesdamas E. S.Hawley, R. A. Perry, J. B. Wright, .P. Holmes, J. H. Hurley, I. M. Eaymond, R H. Oakley, N. C. Brock, Carl Funke, W. C. Wil son and S. H. Burnham. There k a wedding to occur January 1 in which the younger members of society are interested, that of Boss Curtice and Miss Grace Burr, two of the most popular young people in society circles The opening reception and dance of the Pleasant Hour club was given Thanksgiving evening at the Lincoln hotel. It was without doubt one of the most brilliant dances that the club has ever given. The party was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Beeman Dawes, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Burr and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kelly. Mrs. Dawes was gowned in blue tulle over silk, Mrs. Burr was charming in her wedding gown of white silk mulle and carried white roses. Mrs. Kelley wore a pretty blue brocaded silk. After the reception, sweet strains ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

AS ' -j V v. iJK "jgySo ; P W C?H-- T?ii'sSvtw. QrCLC5 The plans presented at the late meet ing of the American Bankers associa tion at Baltimore for a reconstruction of our banking system have aroused widespread interest, not only among bankers, but with all classes of business men. Tho banking interests of almost the entire country wero represented at this convention, and its recommendations are likely to have considerable influenco in shaping tho financial policy of the next congress. A large part of the timo of the convention was occu pied in considering the currency plan presented by the Baltimore clearinghouse association and the recom mendations as outlined in this scheme were adopted by the convention. There was also a plan, somewhat similar, presented by Mr. Bradford Rhodes, editor of Jthodes Journal of Bitnk-intj. 1 I with tho treasurer of the United States lawful monoy in amount equal to tho sums desired to bo withdrawn. The tax wll then cease, upon the circulation so ret...

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

10 THE COURIER to redeo.ii them in gold, although they would of course be obliged to redeem the bank notes in gold it demandod. But it would not le nearly so easy to draw gold from the treasury as at present. As the revenues of the government increase and the legal tender and other paper obligations of the government are paid off, they could be withdrawn from the treasury and a corresponding amount of bank circulation canceled and returned to the banks. This plan provides for a gradual change or the basis of circulation from the government securities to the capital and assets of tho banks as pro vided in tho Baltimore plan when the government notes are re deemed. It will bo seen that as the government notes are with drawn from circulation and deposited with tho treasurer as the bank notes are issued, there would only bo a small increase in tho amount of money in actual circulation. In considering tho question of currency circulation it must be remembered that tho actual money is onl...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THE COl BAsE BAfofo. r ?T $9 0 Yr YS- j K " XI 1 This is not a madman, but ChoIIy, the foot-ball player before leads the pitchers with Barnes second. proud of the record he has made. With a hitting team behind him he will win most of hisgamep. t In all probability Buck Ewing will captain and manage the Cin cinnati team next year. t McClosky of Louisville is still signing infants for. his national team. When he gets them all together he should bring them to Lincoln and run up against Buck Ebright's team. It is a house and lot against a tin whistle that Buck could win two out of three. t All of western association players are holding out for nearly double the salary they received last year. t Buck Ebright has made a contract with the Lincoln club and is now busy hustling for pennant winners. t We have one man signed Buck Ebright. t Kid Speer, Jimmy Sullivan, Freddie Barnes and Tommy McCarthy are still in the city and all would like to sign for next year though as yet nonp of them have...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

12 THE COURIER WHEN I LOVE THEE MOST. When wintry winds bowl through the barren trees And toes the careless snow-flakes here and there; When we can sit before a cheery tire, in ease And know not but the present, hare no care I think I love thee most. ,wv And when the spring-time comes with all its balm To drive the glistening frosts and snows away; When chilling winri6 have given place to calm, And bright sunshine is with us every day, I think I love thee tno6t. But, when tbn flowers are all out in bloom. And everywhere the birds are glad in song, The air full laden with a sweet perfume I feel that I have always guessed it wrong, For then 'tis that I love thee most. R. B. Franklin. h eh 5, iji Imw And still she sitB from morn till night And plunks away with main and might Do, re, mi, Mi, re, do. In that mansion used to be Free hearted hospitality; But that was many years before Jemima monkeyed with the score. When she began her daily plunk, Into their graves the neighbors sunk Do, r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

y I s. o rv u ' i-O SILVER DEMONETIZED. We might talk to you until we raised carbuncles on our throats and you would appre ciate the force of our reason ing half so quickly as fcy inspection of the stock. Look at these prices. Rogers' triple plate knives and forks, for merly 91.59, now 83.69 per set. Rogers' teaspoons, formerly 12.50, now 11.69. Rrgers' desert Bpoons. formerly $4.00, now t29. Christy bread knives, formerly 75 cents, now 39 cents. Christy knives per set, formerly $1, now 69 cents. Single baking and roasting pans, former prices, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 cents, now 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents. Donble roasters, former price $1.00, $1.28 and $1.50, now GO, 70 and 90 cents. Stoves $2.75 and upwards. . All I Bfi 1308 O Street. THE COURIER POUND 4 BURR BURR BLOCK. First Publication Nov. 17. Charles Robert Bertram, non resident defendant will take notice that on the 6th day of november 1894, Sigmund Se ligsohn plaintiff tiled his petition in the county court of Lancaster county ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

'JIBT :"T3?3!B55S7!W"'' -in u THE COURIER NEBRASKA 111 ! ISIC (Incorporated.) Every department or Music, Art, Elocution and Languages. For cntalnRups and information -addns O. B. HOWiiLL,, Director. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA. Dining 'or -A Li Ccr e" Plan. On the dining car run now in connection with the Northwestern lino (Elkhorn) after noon fast Chicago train, meals aro served on above plan, passengers paying only for what they get. Ate You Going South? 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 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

15 " iMSWj "TOKTO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. THE COURIER & a 1 iCN j er "A BUNCH OF KEYS" One of the Brightest of all Farce Comedies. Singing, Dancing and Musicil Specialties. ADA BOTHNER AS 'TEDDY.' CHAS. W. BOWSER AS 'SNAGGS.' These are the. creators of their respective parts. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4. With a strong and exceptionally clever cast including the following well-known artists: Nellie Rosebud Beatrice Goldie ! " Charles Burke Barney Reynolds Glayton B. White Jimmy Carroll Wm. H. Murphy Harry Putnam Nichols Sisters. "A SUMMER -BklZZARD." WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5. - EZRA KENDALL "In his new and popular comedy "THE SUBSTITUTE." NEW COMPANY. LATEST SONGS. NEW DANCES. THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 6. THE FAVORITES" DONNELLY & GIRARD 3 ,J'V' t -IN- "THE RAINMAKERS. A bigger company than ever. The best farce comedy to beseen in Lincoln tYs sias n.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

VASUlVlXiA 19 & A Gentleman Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but Who now resides In Honolulu, w rites: "For 20 years past, my wife nu J 1 have used Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and we attribute to It the dark linir which she and I now have, while hun dreds of our acquaint ances, ten or a dozen years younger than we, are either gray-headed, white, or bald. When asked how our hair has retained Its color and fullness, we reply, 4By the use of Ayer'a Hair Vigor nothing else.'" "In 18C8, my affianced was nearly bald, and the hair kept fall ing out every day. I Induced hertouso 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 Alarrun, fJastrop, Tex. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR - . -tmBis. "atam DR. W. QUEEN, THE SPEWi, CANCERS. Its scientific treatment and remova...

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

1 '"VLVltl JgT' .BWWU TBpyBesqjat"1 17 THE COURIER NEW FUNKg OPERA HOUSE FRANK KHRXJJVO, Maiaaffer. -J MONDAY EVENING-, DECEMBER 3. FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. t-.vv . 9 v America's Favorite Artist MR. NAT O. GOODWIN In his Great and Successful Comedy vt k GWiOTS f 00i" Seats now on sale at Zehrung's drug store. The Great Word-Painter ME. EOBERT MCINTYRE In his great lecture "BUTTONED UP PEOPLE" A popular lecture on the follies of the day; full of sunshine, pathos and magnetic appeal. Get seats early at Zenrung's drug store. In the District of Lancaster county, Nebraska. Sarah Johnson, plaintiff, vs William L Johnson, defendant. William L. Johnson, defendant will take notice that on the 8th day of No vember 1894, Sarah Johnson, the plaintiff herein, filed her petition in the District court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which is to obtain a decree of divorce from the de fendant, and for the custody of their minor child, Arthur Leroy Johnson, on the following...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

-i-r 81 cBosrcoutuiun F. G. ZEHRUJYQ. Druggist. k JL. ft Fiinke Opera House, 12 th and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty Toilpt Articles. FINE DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in the City. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For SL Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 0 street For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon Cityt coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. X SK -?Plxe Grocers. Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1425 0. Tel. 610. ' Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL - OMAHA, NEBR. PAXTON. HULKTT & DAVENPORT, Proprietors. Special attention to state trade, guest and commercial travelers. Famam street electric cars pass the door to and from all parts of the city. DO TOO CROW THAT Til , . . IS THE ONLY DIRECT . ROUTETO THE SOUTH Gotn and See U. H.aToniK. Q. P. AT. As; BL Leak, Phu. Dajhua...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

THE COURIER l9 i' -XT High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... QTOinaha Guards Armory. HOTEI IDEAI,- 131 S. 14th St. ... Lincoln, Neb. -:- Under the management of : I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rooms, fine tnblo. The only first-class fvnily hotel in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave or an artistic hair-cut, try Reduction in Price. U. Wesierfield ROOM 4. 1113 O ST. X E, El (I I I I Q Gents per week without THE POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST, 'who has a shop in basement of , Burr Block,- also one called The Annex' at 117 'North Thirteenth Street, 6outh of Lansing theatre. HAS ALSO VERY NEAT BATH ROOMS. CHAS. 8. FERRIS, Attorney 'at Law,i liSOSoutli Eleventh St. Telephone 561. - - ICooins 208 and ( Diseases of Women. SnaiDit;o. 3 rt-;R;..i c,. ,.... Lincoln (Venereal Diseases. neb. -z Sunday. 1 r Cents per week with 1 y Sunday. Clienp in Price. Best in volit-. GTUilim OFFER! MME.A.RUPPERT'S FACE BLEACH MME.A. RUPPERT says: "Iapprecljto tue iuct that thero are many thou-rand-iofladies...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 December 1894

3 90 MOTICE OF PETITION FOR LETTERS. First Publication, December 1. In re estate of Louis Otto deceased. In the County Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. The state of Nebraska to Fred Otto, Minnie Jiger, Carl Otto, Gusta Morgan, Lena Otto, FranciB Eggleston and to any other persons interested in said matter. Take notice.that a petition signed by the above named persons praying said court to grant letters of adminis tration of said estate, to W. A. Hartley has been filed in said 'court; that the same is set for hearing on the 21st day of December, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m. and that if you do not then appear and con test, said court may graut administration of said estate to W. A. Hartley. Notice of this proceeding shall be published three weeks successively in The Cockier prior to said hearing. Wtniess my hand and the seal of said court thiB 26th day of November. A. D. 1894. JOSEPH WURZBURG, seal. Acting County Judge. POUND & BURR, Attorr,e)s at Law. BURR BLOCK. First Publicati...

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