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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
VOL,. 10, No. 2. 1- .3 -A ' . - 'J 3 LINCOLN, NBB., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1894. LY .- T . t. . ijfe- iirf - --- A :.-KvVi-jjste,,'i': ! III 33 1 ,(S I fi' "Ninety-five calenders fer fire cents ! gosh thet's cheap. But I won der ef he won't make it a hundred." PRIGB FIVE CENTS . J. ..- .. j' V Kg; J. , Jf'MW-HK ' it - j ?? h e. '. .th?-? ! - : f . i- -j - -. - - . . t. . -? . 'H
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER a 60MNG ATTRACTIONS. iw Tm 88 w ". 7 cva if if? M As has been the case for a number y sr . ..drohiL y618 PM' ne Btate convention of v" 4i L?jL tf chool teachers was held in Lincoln, j W'$&-fi !p lDd without any question it was r fc nnm rkf si allAAAoa thnn nnv nravtnna year. The total number who at tended reached nearly the 1,300 mark and the three days' session at the Lansing theatre was pro ductive of much benefit. The papers which were read on this occasion as well as the numerous addresses gave evidence of much deep study on the questions discussed and all who listened to them could not help but absorb a vast amount of information which will be most useful in the training of young minds along the proper lines of education. The illness of the editor makes it necessary to ask the consider ation of Courier readers for the many neglects of the last issue or two, next week it is hoped that The Courier will be itself again. The arrest of the two male and two female vio...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER THE NATIONAL) GAM News of the Week Among the Ball Players. Frcddio Barnes has been signed by Mr. Ebright and has showed his good eenso by doing so. Last year Freddie was the second best pitcher in the western association and there is no reason why he should not pitch good ball next year. t The Sioux City club will be managed hext year by Joe Cantillion and he is a good one. President Boyer showed his good judgment in getting Joe. t Last Thursday afternoon Freddie Barnes told Ed. Young's Indian that ho was going to sign a Des Moines contract aad when the Indian telephoned it to The Courier we believed the report waB authentic and printed it, Freddie changed his mind and signed with Mr. Ebright. t It will be a race between Kimerer and Barnes next season, eachnvill try to win the most eames. Barnes has the ad Serenader singing: Open thy lattice my truo love, gaze with thy bright orbs on me And sho azed. vantage of a year's experience in professional company but Kimerer will...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER V-i. "s- THE AMERICAN ARTIST. New York, with great complacency claims Mr. Charles Dana Gib son and all his genius as hexpwnays the Boston Herald, but we Boetonians have the satisfaction of knowing that he really belongs to us by right of birth, and that he has a very large, warm spot in his heart for the Hub of the universe. Much has been written and said of Mr. Gibson of late, but he re cent exhibition of drawings gives occasion for much more to be said. It is in many ways a notable exhibition, and proved even more for cibly than his printed work how far above others of his kind he stands, for it is now recognized as a foregone conclusion that this young artist is the most accomplished illustrator in the world in his particular class of work. His technique is wonderful, showing the utmost simplicity and and easy confidence, with a fieedom of broad flowing lines, full of a directness that is masterful. His composition is one of the chief points of Lis work; it shows the ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER r f i u 5 A Li. & v ht men the editor made out a check for W the boy felt as if he had jobed the man. This was the beginning, and all the world knows the rest. A.11 Mr. Gibson's work is done from models. Occassionally he sketches in some friend, but his figures are for the most part from professional models. Mrs. Minnie Clark is his chief model, and she is a most interesting young person. Her portrait at the great loan exhibition at the Academy of Design was more widely admired than any of the others. She is a professional and is acknowledged by ar tists to be the queen of head models in this country. She is an Irish woman 28 years old and a widow. She is tall and graceful and beautiful, with a slender plumpness, and much charm of expression. Mr. William M. Chase, the artist, says of her: "She possesses a beauty I seldom find. Her coloring is not as won derful as that of many other models who pose for me, but there is something very suggestive about the lines of her ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER Mr. Will Stull has returned from New York. The members of the Whist club were delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Holmes on Friday evening. Those present were: Messrs and Mesdames J. A. Buckstaff, N. 0. Abbott, R. A.Rerry, E. S. Hawley, J. H. Harley, I. M. Raymond, R. H. Oakley, N. C. Brock, Carl Funke and S. H. Burnham. . ? V- c i" I a V - U-& K "&'" 5 W: S- L.-tK S 3r - i Vr V?,., m- s- ? J"-' -- jT i 4'. I I PisHNU HT7 A few friends and relatives of Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Jones were bidden to 312 South Eighteenth street last Wednes day, Dec. 26th, to witness the marriage of Mary Ames Jones and Clinton Hans ford Lee, Dr. E. H. Curtis, of First - '' Presbyterian Church officiating. Palms. smilax, white roses and pinks formed the arch above the bridal par ty and a profusion of yule-tide greens from the Sharon gardens of California hung in festoons upon the walls. The bride was robed in creamy white with high corsage, accorJeon plaitings, sleeves, bouf fant a...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER P P IV, J X - s T In honor of Miss Florence Putman a gracious company of pretty young girls were entertained in a 'charming manner by Miss Bessie Hayden on Friday afternoon. The hours sped swiftly by in a strug gle for the prize at high five. At the close of the game dainty re freshments were served to Miss Florence Putnam, Sadie Burnham, Helen Welch, Almie Nesbit, Margie Winger, Laura Houtz, Laura FisKe, Ella Harper, Emma Outcalt, Jennie McFarland, Viola Gray, Ethel Appleget, Clara Quick, Maggie Whedon, Fannie Maulo, Flor ence Maule, May Honeywell, Hattie Imhoff, Edna Harley, Clara Buckstaff, Sydney Murphey, Jessie Lansing, Rose Foster, Bernico Becker and Adthe Whiting. E. P, Roggen of Omaha waB at tho Capital Thursday. Miss May Honey well has issued invitations for a party Monday evening. The home of Miss Aimee Nesbit was a scene of gaiety and pleas ure Thursday afternoon, the occasion being a party given in honor of Misses Florence and Fanny Maule. The young girls spe...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER FERN SONG. Dance to the best of the rain, little Perm. And spread out your palms ajsia, And say: "Though the Sun Hath my vesture spun. Be had labored, alas, tn rata: But for the shade That the Cloud hath made. And the gift of the Dew and the Ratal" Then laugh and upturn All your fronds, little Fern, And rejoice in the beat of the Rain I John B Tabb. bbbbbbW "n INFLUENZA, Or La Grippe, though occasionally- epi demic, is always more or less prevalent. The best remedy for this complaint is Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. 'Last Spring, I was taken down with La Grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and so difficult was my breathing that my breast seemed as if confined in an Iron cage. I procured a bottle of Ajrer Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I began taking it than relief followed. I could not be lieve that the elect would be so rapid and the care so complete. It is truly a wonderful med letae." W. H. "Williams, Crook City, S. D AYER'S ' Cherry Pectoral Prompt to act, s...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER X NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Firat Publication Dec 8th. In County Court, within and for Lancas ter County, Nebraska, December term 1891, in the matter of the estate of John H. Meyer, deceased. To the creditors of said estate: You are hereby notified that I 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. The time limited for the pre sentation of claims against said estate is six months from the 2nd day of Febru ary A. D. 18, and the time limited for payment of debts is one year from said 2nd day of February 1895. Notice of this proceeding is ordered published four consecutive weeks in The Courier, a weekly newspaper pub lished in this state. 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 Publicati...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
sSji 'mrm jt- yjgpBya t1 -!i.wni5,5iF'-Ss'"7 - -nff;-.,-- .-.-5 .- i a .iyn;w fl8 THE COURIER "l MHSUW f HWTC. ,;sr 4 IManaser, - :.t -, . .'in 1 U- .- a ,. -.i! v. "-i .-.ix.-.r.. . Jul liKi .,' I TO-NIGHT. HARRY EMMETT'S foatest Success "A GERMAN SObDIBR BY JAMES A. REILLY AND HIS EXCELLENT-COMPANY. NEW YEAARS AFTERNOON AND EVENING the. GREAT SANDOW 4' iVMv 3tf; - " ,PKii FIRST APPEARANCE IN LINCOLN i THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3. ; As Dr. Pangloss in "TflE HEW-H-i0llvl SeLtttrclar evening, January & ExolxrKxo.i. "CHARITY BAbL" r4-; t! JlrfS Wl v 1 Tj! "-si J d jd :' Jnr;- - r .. i -. t : 2 m .v. 11
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
11 o r - ' 3 POUND & BURR Burr Block. In the County Conrt of Lancaster, county Nebraska. Edward A Church, plaintiff, VB The Paulino Hall Opera Company, et al defendants. To the Pauline Hall Opera Company, non resident defendant. You will tako notice that on the 20th day of Novem ber 1894, Edward A. Church, plaintiff herein filed his petition in the County Court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which are to re cover from you and the defendant George B. McLellan the sum of $213.00 and interest from said 20th day of November 1894 now due by reason of a written con tract made and entered into by and be tween the plaintiff and the defendants herein on the 12th day of Juno 1893 whereby you the said defendants agreed to furnish for a period of one night to wit Monday January First 1894 The Paulino Hall Opera Company to give a Ejrformanco in the Laming Theatre at incoln Lancaster County Nebraska, of which Theatro said plaintiff is manager, and in said contract it ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
f 12 THE COURIER I A. rn.cs.xx cannot wiitl And drink at the same time. But the wide awake people who employ O'NEILL to do their plumbing can whistle at bard times and drink from the cup of success. CAPTAIN CUTTLE'S WATCH Had to be pushed back a "half hour in the morning and a quarter of an hour 1U IUO OllClUWU, to make it a "watch seldom ekalled but never excelled." Our new stock of watches are the finest made, and consequently need no such operation. They are only $5.00. Diamonds and Silverware, too. J. B Trlokey 4te Co. CHEISTMAS- Comes but once a year and when it does you should make aneffort to make every one happy. Nothing could make some people more happy than one of our $11.50 combination book-case and secretary, solid oak and well-made. A splendid array of bargains, reaching out to all classes, and appealing to every body's common Eense, intelligence and pocket book. Htirdy l?xirrxit:i?e Co., 211 South Eleventh Sweet. NEBRASKA YA1Y OF 11 (Incorporated.) Every department of ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
1.1 7. G. ZEHRUJiQ. j h iv V l i a p f X Irtigfi:ist: "' Punke Opera House, 12th and O Sts. Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles. FINS DRUGS. Best Soda yater Fountain in the City. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 0 street. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. I 1 -?;1fci.e 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 MEECHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. PAXTON, HULETT DAVENPORT, Proprietors. Special attention to state trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street olectric cars pass the door to and from all parts of the city. DO TOD 0Of THAT TC H'Bpvf'r IS THE ONLY DIRECT IQUTEITO THE SOUTH Uau OLTui tmaVi aP.AT.Ast O.P. LLMfatH AT. Act unos. THE COURIER ISS...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
'"sets 14 THE COURIER t S. E. GEISTHARDT, Atternty at Lam, BURR BLOCK. First Publication Dec. 15th. HOWE TO HOH-RESIOEHT DLFEHDAHTS. To C. E. Brady, first and real name unknown, non-resident dependent: Yob are hereby notified that on July 13, 1594, E. D. York andErerettR. York, as plaintiffs, began an action against you and other defen dant in the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, to object of which is to foreclose a certain mortgage on the following land in said county, tn-wit: Lot number 16 in block num ber 27 in Kinney's O street addition to tho city of Lincoln, and in said action on July 20, 1894, the defendant, Tho Clark A Leonard Invest ment Company, fllad its answer and cross-petition to foreclose, its interest in a certain mort gage on saidland made by Ada K. Small and James S. Small dated July 1, 1692, to secure the payment of a promissory note of said Ada K. Small and James S. Small to said The Clark & Leonard Investment Company for 16500 on which there is ...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
THE COURIER 1G V ' i ill r .' w i. ls lr 'i r r, :t -i fk, i h- i f i.. BEST Condensed News, ! x Stories, Miscellany, Answers to Correspondents, Women's Department w Children's Departments,' '.. Agricultural Depaatments, Political Departments, , Editorials, Everything, WILL BE FOUND IN THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL A ten-page, eight-column Democratic Newspaper. HENRY WATTERSON is tho Editor. Price $1.00 per year. The Weekly Courier-Journal makes very liberal terms to Agents. Sample copies of the paper and premium supplement sent free to anytadress. Write to COURIER JOURNAL QO., Louisville, Ky. THE ?(DHRIER And The Weekly Gourier Journal WILL BE SENT TO ANY ADRESS FOR $2.50 Adbess THE COURIER, Lincoln, Neb. To California in a Tourist Sleeper. The Burlington Route's personally con ducted excursions to the Paciflc Coast are just the thing for people of moderate meanB Cheap, respectable, comfortable, expedi tious. From Omaha and Lincoln every Thurs day. Through to Los Angeles and San Franc...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 December 1894
s t"" 4 .THE. COURIER OPERA wwgw..j5.i NEWrPUNRE HOUSE Lfi ; 4-sfr,- if FRANK O. EHRUNG, Manager, i t v. r. ThisSaturday. Evening, Dec. 29. ; i t'. Ui - POPULAR AND CLASSIC MUSIC. Prices, 25, 85, 50. ':-r-p?Trfi. i '" .. t Tuesday, Jan. 1, Afternoon and Evening.- gm.- hranivhi ievay attraction - . fc V Beautiful Military Drama jS-w J-VWr i . JJ.L-r,"r -"-f. .' vtHtOjGH TlE mSC) Prices Matinee, 25 and 50; Evening, 25, 85, 50, 75 Wednesday Evening, Jan. 2. JOHM-INGALLS - ,- " SsSv5 dsv SUBJECT: "Problems ofA Our Second Cenfurv;" --Prices, 25, 50, 75, $1.00. y- r V s WbrxarcK 6t Farce Comedies vw k. . A r 4 m w -v tK tt' t . nt. : ' " - - -Tt s . - - Tva -' '.-I. T99T $ "' ' $ ' n h ft. f . -SfS i-aur-. -J-- I4hH . ..... .j, rt.. - 13' : . v " res . ; p ay Evenfng, Jan. 5. Adele Purvis Onri, the great dancer, will ap- . pear for the first time in this city. THfc KTO'- " "3.y - - ; - ,?g- a -4 ,; "jmts&i - Wr te ' - rPPnLTteAJ? PDir?CC v "? ii v . v . - i j, . 1 " J .-. J r' iiSr- ....
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 5 January 1895
y - VOL 10, No. 3. 5 $ "i-'i v j! . t IV C -e- 18 " 1 I mfAjMffvxi: j twaaLXUi-Mai i ijiig S"WP WJPSpw $&:; LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1895. J . I j W KrcPtP ft 8ft - ' J . gft V .! Howler Don't you know that rum is the cause of the downfall of man? Soaque It isn't in it with a banana peel. - -' j 'ri - -'fjn h.' lWMi' .--;-- - - t Wti&fi3$&Fam. PRICE FIVE CENTS it I - V r 4t r-. .
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 5 January 1895
THE COURIER MY PEARL, IS A BOW'RY GIRL,. POINTS IN POLITICS. i (Published by request.) Ot course ov'ry boy has a sweetheiirt, And some Irays thoy have two or throe; Of all tho girls in this great city There's only one "in it' with me. She lives with her folks on tho Bow'ry, ; A few doors away from Canal, And helps to support her old mother Does my little Bow'ry gal. Chorus: My Tearl is a Bow'ry girl, Sho's all the world to me; She's "in it" with any the girl's 'round the town And a "corking good-looker,' See? At Walahalla Hall, why, she kills them all, As waltzing together wo twirl; She sets them all crazy, a "Spieler a Daisy, For my Pearls a Bow'ry girl. In summer wo go down to "Coney's"' Together wo stroll long the beach, And sometimes we go in the ocean, For at swimming, you bet, she's a "peach." Tho other boys of me aro jealous; But with me, why, that "cute no ice,' I'm going to lead Pearl to the al tar As soon as I gets tho price. Judge M. P. Kinkaid made a mistake in coming to...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 5 January 1895
THE COURIER WATCH FARMER SHORTCROF3 EXPRESSION AS HE VIEWS A PEW "LIVING PICTURES." "Napoleon crossing the Alps." 4 w mam .U J-. Sttfsm lr1 "The Angelus." "Washington crossing Deleware." Nl, Miss Footflinger as "Mercury." Mm r A "Say, old woman, hand mo out a hig mess of turkey ijuick, nee? j?k ' ljp Jr i ;g .s? ' 3lfo i :: Dat s de way to spurt do law. "Psyche at the bath." "Venus'however, brings down the house. Oh!! irk? ifc, 1 rfe.r ' Turkey Am I big enough for you? r
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 5 January 1895
A THE COURIER COMING ATTRACTIONS. GREAT NIAGARA SCENE. At the Lansing. Miss Mabel Strickland, one of the cutest, cunningest and clever est little igenues on the stage portrays the part of Bess Van Buren in "The Charity Ball" company. She made her debut in 1892 ap pearing for practice and experience, in those bright dreams of Irish incident and character "The Ivy Leaf" and "Fairies Well," and later, in 1893, in the more important and impressive production "Glendabough." Notwithstanding the young lady's limited exper ience, she has displayed so remarkable an aptitude, so distinct and charming a versatility, so keen an appreciation of the true elements acting, as to have won her way into the hearts of all who have seen her performances. She is winsome, sprightly and captivating girl. Her handsome face, lit up by a pair of lovely intelligent eyes and most fascinating smile, together with a decidedly prepossessing figure, conspires to iminently fit her for the prominent role to which sho...