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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

-1 i.1 i - 2 THE COURIER 33J ENTERED AT THE LINCOLN rOSTOFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS XATTEB. PUBLISHED EVERV SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON SMITH, Editor. LUTE II. MORSE, ... Business Maxaoer. Subscription Katen In Advance. Per annum $200 I Threo months 50c. Six months 100 Onemonth 30c. Single copies Five cents. For salo at all nows stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number ot advertisements will be inserted. Kates made known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, December 8, 189i. The women's club idea is just now uppermost in this city. Some persons have been bold enough, or foolish enough, to attack this segregation of the women; but they might have spared their pains. Indeed, the satirical criticism appears to have had the effect of accelerating the gait of the women toward the goal of what has been called "emancipation." A very slight philosophical considera tion would have convinced these critics t...

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

THE COURIER iU 6 iV m- x 'V'"'- i - '.mv A cC) h n nor . x rjer .jk. f-A OTTt if It's too bad wo could not all lire on S street between Sixteenth ad the university. Not living there we have escaped the national publicity that Chancellor Canfield has given to the principal residents of that street. In his interesting article in the December Forum entitled "Is the West Discontented? A Study of Local Facts," the chancellor indulges in a few illustrations that, to tho people of Lincoln, are of special interest. Of course he does not mention the street or give the names of tho people he intro duces as examples; but there is not much difficulty in identifying either the locality or the people. For instance who does not recognize tho family thus described? "At the head of this street lives a family of which tho parents are of German birth and tho children are American born. Those now at home are the father, mother and six sons. Tho oldest son is tho business manager of one of the evening p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COURIER WHIP Y AjI mi til uiHtl f i J; hw S6 Nat Goodwin signalized bis first appear ance in Lincoln in Boveral years, probably as many as ten. by a presentation of "A Gilded Fool." a play in which ho has achieved much success. The play is somewhat conventional; but it is used by Mr. Goodwin with much effectiveness. His part, Chauncey Short, is eminently adapted to his capabilities as a comedian, and he gave the audience an exquisite representa tion of Nat Goodwin. There was a good supporting company, in which the Rev. Howell was notably clever. Miss Dupree as Nell invested a small and conventional role with some spicy originality. Miss Mortimer the leading lady, gave a portrayal of Margaret that made it easy for the audience to understand the facility with which Chauncey took to drink. It was one of the best performances seen in this city this or any other season. Tuesday "A Summer Blizzard,'' was presented at the Lansing. Wednesday night Ezra Kendall played to a small house at...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COUKJER WINTER. r? k "Has.-., ' ) .'j-3S9y AW iii tit wPJa . Business in Lincoln has been rather quiet the past week. Dry goods and clothing men report sales very light and an especially small farmers' trade for this season and the pleasant weather. Merchants generally are looking forward to a fair holiday trade, but it will be largely in those lines which are necessaries or lialf necessaries and small and inexpensive articles. A prominent confectioner states that his business is better than usual at this time and that he anticipates a large holiday trade. At first thought one would class candy and peanuts among the luxuries and would suppose in hard times sales of such things would decrease, but the opposite is true, and people who in other years have mado expensive Christmas presents will now content themselves with a box of candy, or a cheap toy or book. Collections are re ported very slow but some improvement is looked for the first of tho year. There have been no failures 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. — 8 December 1894

BorctREEKzsnss THE COURIER Misses Jeanette Wilson, Lucy Griffith, Lillian Mills, Rachael Brock, Messrs John Dorgan, Guy Hurlbut, Will Johnson and George Woods comprised a theater party at the Funke on Monday evening. V 11 , 1W Willi will giv interest tore' at The past week has not been char acterized by any special activity or brilliance in social circles. There have been ono or two interesting events, however, and the theatres have done their part in contributing to the week's Zr- -v pleasure. Monday the Empire club e a dance. It is expected that society will manifest 6ome in the Tavary Opera company's piesentation of "IlTrova- the Lansing theatre this evening. Mr. Mattson Baldwin entertained Misses Olive Latta, Jeanette Wilson, Fay Marshall, Lillian Mills, of Cincinnati, Rachael Brock, Messrs John Dorgan, Will Robinson, Will Johnson and George Woods at dinner on Sunday. MissLeona Hawke, of Nebraska City, is visiting Mrs. M. C Bennett at the Windsor. The Christian endeavor society ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COURIER The first vocal recital by Miss Clara Richardson on Tuesday even ing was one of tho most cnjoyablo musical events of tho season. Miss Richardson was in excellent voice and her company was en rapport with her. She was accompanied by Miss Marie Hoover, whose delicato touch and appreciation added no little to the effect. Mrs. Will Owen Jones furnished four numbers to tho program and a great deal of enjoyment to the guests. Mrs. Jones played with her usual brilliancy to which was added the daintiness that makes her playing such a pleasure to her many friends and admirers. She was recalled after her group of threo numbers and played tho "But terfly,"' Gregh, 'vhich is lightness and daintiness combined Miss Richardson sang for one of her oncoies "In the Spring' by Sievr king, which added much to the honor of both composer and the fair cantatrice. It would be harl to specify which number of tho pro gram was the most satis- factory for tho pleasuso and artistic rendering were bo...

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

8 THE COURIER Mrs. Frank Ladd gave a charming Kensington on Wednrsday afternoon to a number of lady friends. Misses Nan Lillibridge, Mae Burr and Mario Hoover added much to the afternoon's enjoyment by giving several musical selections. Dainty refreshments were served during the afternoon and many stitches were added to the pretty pieces of fancy work which the ladies had carried with them. Mrs. A. L. Hoover assisted by Mrs. Steve Hoover gave two de lightful Kensingtons during the week at the Lindcll Hotel. The first occured Wednesday afternoon and the following ladies were present: Mesdamcs Geo. Clark, Ed. Ewing, P. 0. Ladd, H. B. Patrick. A. L. Billmeyer, F. H. Woods, H. Branch, A. Humphrey, W. Davis, E. Baker, F. W. Brown, L. Clark, Biedel.Munson.Vinson haler, Davison, Strickler England, Kirby, Allen, Elliott, Mis" Scof field and Miss Bcdilion. Friday afternoon Mesdamcs Shaw, G. A. Neeley, J. 0. Kier, Nbrval, Reese, W. Smith, B. Gibson, H. Ecker, Lambert, E. P. Hiiner, X. SRoSeld...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COURIER BASE BAfofo. Ti 1 JAtifHf anT f"tJ?S iffl .-"h &-i -iS ffB JtJ&sa AH 1 1 Barber: Yes, a little trim now that the foot-ball Eeasoa is over. Tbo manner in which tho uniforms will bo selected fortho western association h us follows: Eiht uni forms will be described on small slips of paper and thrown in a hat. Each club will bo allowed to draw and'tiie color of their uniform will depend on how lucky they arKwhen they place their hand in tho hat. Won der if they -will have a yellow one? If so, let Quincy have it without drawing. Lincoln wants tho grey suit with blue trimming. t As The Courier mentioned last week there will bo a great many amateur clubs in tho city next season. Tho Swifts will be uniformed by a prominent business man in this city, and will bo composed of tho best local tal ent. Tho South Lincoln Champions will bo almost tho same as last year and will tour the stato under tho management of Mr. Caldwell. t The Courier will be glad to receive news from an...

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

10 THE COURIER HYPNOTISM IN WALL STREET. I, John Marshall, doctor of medicine and sort of all-round investi gator, had my attention drawn to the peculiar state of affaire in 'Wall street by the following head lines which appeared in the New York Times on the morning of Saturday, August 4, 189-: "Panic in Wall Street. Tremendous Shrinkages in Valuea. Sugar Breaks Twenty Points. All Other Stoctcs affected." Becoming interested in the description of the day's panic, I read it through carefully, not ing the names of the various buyers and sellers, and the great quan tities of certificates in which they had dealt. I had lately prepared a paper upon hypnotism for one of the re views, and just as I was Betting out for the "street" I was met by a youth, who handed me proofs with the remark that they could be corrected and returned at once if possible. I thrust them into my pocket and walked to the car. On ray way down town I busied my self looking over the proofs until I reached Wall street...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COUKJER 11 :, - aeft St yet in such a way that those who were unsuccessful wished that they had followed my advice, and those who met with success thanked me for my opinion. I enabled many friends to make money while experimenting with my powers. I would read 6ome prominent operator's mind, learn his projects, and inform one or more speculators or traders of what I knew was to tako place and bid them to watch for results, well knowing that if it started as I said it would they would trade, and the profit realized would bind them to me. At this time I concluded that J should meet with greater pecuni ary success if I were to form a blind pool, which would givo mo greater capital to work with. I did not enjoy speculation sufficient ly well to continue long at it. I must make one play, make it a grand success, and then leave the street forever, taking therofrom only the money which the largo operators had taken from the pub lic. To do this I saw some of my wealthy friends, and, with...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

'wnriTi " --j"."j'm 12 THE COURIER i 1 I tho stock vvas borrowed allayed all suspicions. I received daily a list of all brokers and firms to whom my stock was loaned. I thus know at almost every moment exactly who were short and Jo what extent. This was of tho utmost importance to mo if I would make a grand success. I kept my chief brokers informed of who the shorts were and how they stood, and directed them to bid it up in the event of any of them trying to cover, and so discourage covering, and then to let it fall off slightly, withdrawing, seemingly, all sup port. Thus I traded for some ten days, or, to me more exact, until the close of business on Saturday, August 25, when I thought it time to realizo something from my venture, as my mind and body were under such a strain from holding so many under my hypnotic power that it was beginning to tell on me, and I feared that I should break down before long if it were not soon ended. As fortune would have it, that Saturday night wo ha...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

ia SIbVER DEMONETIZED. THE COURIER ADDITIONAL LINCOLN. Tho charity concert to be given at the Lansing December 18, will bo made a distinctively society event. Some of the boxes have already been disposed of. It will take tho pla:e of a charity ball, bo far as society is concerned. Sieveking will play and all the best local talent will contribute to the program. Tho Ravola club gave its second dance at the Lansing hall on Friday evening. The next Patriarchs dance will be given Wednes day evening. THE COURIER'S VOTNG CONTEST FOR $500 GASH. Miss Carrie Wasmer 5285 MissEffio Steen 3173 Miss Cora Talbot 511 Mr. Chris Camp., 391 Mr. Chae. Hurd 189 If holders of Courier No 4142,3067 5258, and 142 will bring them to Thk Cockier cflice we will pay J5.C0 for each. "LIMITED QUALIFICATION." Lady of the House Listen, Charlotte, I am going to give a party supper and a dance. Now, you will have to show what you can do, so as to keep up the credit of my establishment. Cook With pleasure, ma'am; but...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

I-'- ii ai jffag ' y THEJCOURIER I 16 I II NEBRASKA n I 1 (Incorporated.) Every department of Music, Art, Elocution and Languages. For catalogues and information address 0. B. HOWELL., Director. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA. Dining Car "A Li Carle" Plan. On the dining car run now in connection with the Northwestern line (Elkhorn) after noon fast Chicago train, meals are served on above plan, passengers paying only for what they get. Are You Going Scuth? 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, 23th and October 9th. City Ticket Office, 1201 0 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 Ph...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

If K s I I F. G. ZEHRUJQ. JDrttgcgjist:. Funke Opera House, 12 th and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet 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 St. Louis take tho Missouri Pacific route. City ticket oflico 1201 O 6treet. For California take tho 'Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at tho Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. HI If All Nil X Hr- -?Tlie Griroceirs. i Catere for family trado only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1425 O. Tel. 610. Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. I'AXTOX, IIUI.KTT St DAVENPOKT, Proprietors. Special attention to state trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam streot electric cars pass tho door to and from all parts of the city. DO TOD MOW THAT THE IS THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTEjTO THE SOUTH Oomo and See Uou H. GL Tuwhwb, Phu, Daktkls, Q. P. k T. Act. O. P....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

fT' 16 THE COURIER NOTICE TO ORE DITORS. First Publication Dec 8th. In County Court, within and for Lancas ter County, Nebraska, December term 1891, in the matter nf the estate of John H. Meyer, deceased. To the creditors of said estate: You are hereby notified that J will sit at the county court room in Lincoln in said county on the 3rd day of May, 1895, and again on the 3rd day of August,1895, to receive and examine all claims against said estate with a view to their adjustment and al lowance. Tho timo limited for the pre sentation of claimB against said estate is six months from the 2nd day of Febru ary A. D. 1893, and tho time limited for payment of debts is one year from said 2nd day of February 1895. Notice of this proceeding iB ordered published four consecutive weeks in The Courier, a weekly newspaper pub lished in this 6tate. Witness my hand and the seal of said county court this 3rd day of December, 1894. JOSEPH WURZBURG, (seal) Acting County Judge. SHERIFF'S SALE First Pu...

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

THE COURIER 17 X NOTICE Or PETITION FOR LETTERS. First Publication, December 1. In re estate of Louis Otto deceased. In tho County Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. The Btato of Nebraska to Fred Otto, Minnie Jger, Carl Otto, Gustu Morgan, Lena Otto, Francis Eggleston anu to any other persons interested in said matter. Take notice.that a petition signed by the abovo 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 sot 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 grant administration of said estate to W. A. Hartley. Notice of this proceeding shall 1x3 published threo weeks successively in The Courier prior to said hearing. Wtniess my hand and tho seal of said court this 2Gth day of November, A. D. 1891. JOSEPH WURZBURG, seal. Acting County Judge. POUND &. BURR, Attorneys at Law. BURK BLOCK. First...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

18 THE COURIER W. Ad. BARXUM ... High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... tOmaha Guards Armory. Hotel Idbai,, 121 S. 14th St. ... Lincoln, Xel. : Under the management of -: I. OPPENHEIMER. Elegant rooms, fine tabic. Tbo only first-class family hotel in Lincoln. When wanting a clean, easy shave or an artistic hair-cut, try Reduction in Price. 8. F. West 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 VERT HEAT BATH ROOMS. Cha3. S. RENRlfci. Attorney at Law. ROOM L 1113 O ST. DRS. EDI X i , ' && South Eleventh st. Telephone 501. - - Rooms 208 and 209, ( Diseases of Women. Speialties: j Orificial Surgery. ""scour , (Venereal Diseases. neb- HK 1 I I Q Gents per week without Sunday. Cents f Sunday. 1 r' Cents per week with Clieap in J?j?lce. Beast Irx Qtxali-fcy. A. GRAND OFFERI CDCC MME.A.RUPPERT'S rtlCC FACE BLEACH MME.A. RUPPERT gays: "1 appreciate the ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

THE COURIER 19 v i 1--.4 ft For Years," ""Kjll Jft 1 Says Cakihe E. STOcicwn.L, of Chester, fluid, X. II., "I was afflicted with an extremely severe pain In the lower part o the chest. The feeling was as if a ton weight was lait! on a spot the size of my hand. Dur ing the attacks, the perspiration woiilu Maud la drops on my face, and it was i agony for me to 'make sufficient effort even to.vthis per. They camo suddenly, at any hour of the day or night, lasting from thirty minutes to half a day, leaving as suddcnl ; hut, for several days after, I wa3 quite pros trated and sore. Sometimes Hie attacks were almost dally, tjien less frepient. After about four years of this suffering, I was taken down witli hllious typhoid fever, and when I hegan to recover, I had the worst attack of my old trouble I ever experienced. At the first of the fever, my mother gave me Ayer's Tills, my doctor recommending them as heing better than nnjtlilnjr lio could prepare. I continued taking these I'ilis, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 8 December 1894

90 HL & ... l i inn i" THE COURIER Er A. CHURCH, Manager. TC&rcGrHT. ?- BAVARY GRAND OPERA COMPANY Marie Pa-voLT'y and a splendid company in 1 III ' THURSDAY, EVE., DEO. 13. Seabrook V Opera Oorrrpany, in their latest success "TOBASCO." A strong chorus and elegant scenic effect. FRIDAY EVE., DEO. 14. Dan'l Sully 4 in his new play. li I n i , d. r bringing all their new scene ry. 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- vembcrl&H, Sarah Johnson, the plaintiff herein, filed her petition in the District court of-Jiancaster county, Nebraska, the object-- and prayer of which is to' obtain a decree, of divorce from the de fendant, and foe the custody of their minor child, Arthur Leroy Johnson, on the following grounds: First That the defendant wilfully deserted the plaintiff on the 30th day of June 1891, and baa ever since that date cruel...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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