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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1893)
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Tho second Pleasant Hour party of
the season wim held lust evening lit tlio
Lincoln hotel. There was n goodly at
tendance of )onng peoplo, and delight
till muslo was furnished liy tlio slide
orchestra. The membership of this
popular organlnllon In not quite iih
largo lift anticipated at tlio commenco
mont of tlio season; but much Interest
Ih being manifested, and tlio purlieu aro
marked by tlio 7imt of IIioho pawn I.
ttimilit lliinclliir IVr')
Tito Itavola chili gave lliolr llrst llano,
ing party ntTeinpIo hall Krlday evening,
Tlioro wiih ijutto it liirgo attoudanuo anil
tunny beautiful tollutH worn worn liy tlio
ladles. MuhIc wiih furnished liy tlio
Lansing ortiliPHtrn. Tlio club will glw
n number of inrtltH during tlio season.
Thoso prcsont wer.o: MIssoh Hunt
singor, Heuton, Rector, Hoover, Hooper,
Wiugor, Cochran, Ourten, Curtice,
Ilurloy, ABhton, Qrahum, Qritllth,
HouBowortht OvcrHtroet,, Turner und
Jones: McBHra. Wingor, Stcinor, WhIhIi,
Evans, McKco, MbFiirland, Shader,
Morril, Vaughn, Ueagan, Harloy,
Quroutto, Wurd, Lolhrldge, Qaroutto,
Honoywell, Kitchen, Vanuttu and Cullon.
Tho initial meeting of a now Eant
Lincoln literary society to bo called tho
E. L. Reading club, under tho super
vision of MIbb Dowell,U88iHtunt principal
ot tho Elliott Bchool, wua hold Friday
evening ut tho homo of MIbb Stitzcl,
Twenty-fourth and 11 Btreots, und a
Bolection reud from Edward Everett
Halo's "A Man Without a Country."
The purpoBo ot tho club is to become
familiar with loading writers und culti
vate a taste for tho best literature.
Mr. mid Mr. Harms KutcrtMlu.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. UurncB, corner
Fifteenth and E Btreots, entortulncd u
tow friends ut curds Frlduy evening.
Tho guests were Mr. und Mrs. S. C.
Wultora, Mr. and Mrs. James Murquis,
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Aron, Mr. and
Mrs. Housley, Mr. und Mrs. Cuugor, Dr.
and Mrs. Smith, Mr. und Mm. William
Grey, Miss E. MothMr. J. M. Elliott,
Mr. and Mrs. Q, 11. Wilcox and Mrs.
llrown, ot New York City.
MIm HoUIimw KntertHliitttl.
Miss Eva liolahuw was pleuBantly sur
prised Friday evening ut her homo, 2131
L street, the occasion ot her birthday
tmniversury. Cards und dancing
formed tho evening's entertainment.
Thoso present wero Messrs. Echer, Fred
and I'hil Eusterday, Hurry Uowon,
Horace Whitmoro und Hurry Under;
Misses Alice Whitmoro, Myrtle Bono
bruko, Mary Du Toll, Uerthu Du Toil,
Bertha Fletcher, Huttio Fletcher,
Frankio liurlelgh, Loliu llawkhiB and
lUrtl llinr. WliUt Club.
Miss llachel Lrock, assisted by Mrs.
Rehlander, uutertuineil tho llurd Times
Whist club at its tlrst meeting Tuesduy
evening. Thoso present wore: Mr. und
Mrs. F. 0. Howe, Misses Jeunnetto
Wilson, Maine Carson, Anno Fuuke,
' Nellie Wltito, Mao llurr, Hallio Hooer,
iiertio Clark, Fay Marshall, Messrs.
John T. Dorgun, Ed Keating, Churles L.
Burr, Frank Burr, W. F. Moyer, Frod
W. Houtz, B. Q. Duwes, W. F. Kelloy,
W. B. Robinson.
Mr. II. S. Freeman and Mies Muudo
Smith were united in marriage Wednes
day evening at 7 o'clock, at tho brido's
residence, 1415 D street, Rev. Dr. E. 11.
Gurtla, ot Ihe First Presbyterian church
oBriitjng. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman left
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(Irnnil Opera In Lincoln.
Miss 0.0. Tonnitnt Olary, whoso In
defatigable labor crowned with success
tlio llrHt Hi'iiHoitof grand opera In Oiualia
lust winter, hart been in Lincoln thin
week In tlio intercut of tlio Western
Opera association, and tlio successful
establishment of grand opera In thin
MIhh Clary onjo)s a national ropttta
tiou an a musical iiiidnpomtiu organlor,
and her naiiio Ih a guitrantcn ' oxcoh
lonuo in any undertaking in which hIio
Moro thnn a jour ago hIio conceived
tlio Idea of taking up tlio work r.f
development of Aiuorlcau opera where
MrH. Thurhor and tlio American Opera
company left olT. She originated u plan
which, If HiicccHHfully carried out, will
give a chosen number of wcHtorn cIIIch
a Hoarou of grand opera on u iiiohI
elaborate scale, and open the way for
the formation and maintenance of a reg
ular operatic company in each of the
Miss Clary's plan was n bold one; but
she commenced tho task with a deter
mination to miccced, and that hIio will
succeed in her most commendable enter
prise is now positively assured,
Her Idea wiih to form a league ot such
western cities iih Omaha, Kuusuh City,
Denver, Minneapolis, St. Puul und
Sioiix City, und once each ) ear given
seuhon ot high class opera, produced by
a largo und specially selected company
ot acknowledged artists, ro-in forced by
specially ttained local choruses. The
plan included tho establishment ot a
control operatic training school.
Omaha wiih selected for tho oxpori
mont, and tho venture was successful
be) ond all expectation. Two months
ago, as a part ot tho general scheme, an
oporutio school was established in
Omaha, under tho immediate direction
ot Mux Muretzok, ouo ot tho ablest
vocal instructors in tho country. Tho
school derivee some support from tho
Western Operatic association, enabling
tho management to give tuition ut very
reasonable prices. It is already nearly
full, u number of Lincoln ladies being
enrolled iih pupils, und is rapidly taking
Omaha's second operatic season will
begin tho lutter part ot next April, und
providing she meets with sufllcicnt en
couragement in this city to warrant her
in making Lincoln u member of tho
operatic association, Miss Clary will
bring her company, which will next sea
son consist ot 40 peoplo, ull cnpublo
urtists, here immediately utter tho close
ot tho Omaha engagement, for u three
day's season, commencing May 1.
It is proposed to train u largo locul
chorus, which will have tho udvuntngo
ot tlio special facilities ut tho command
ot Profcbsor Murotzek, und this with
tho suerb company which will bo
brought from tho cast will enable tho
promoters ot tho enterprise to prcseut
grand opera on a scale of unheard ot
tnugnitlccnce, with elaborate scenery
und costumes, und lino orchestrul ac
companiment. Miss Clary's ultimate
idea is to have each ot the cities main
tain a complete oporutio company ot its
own, competent to give tho best operas.
This end, she js contldent, can bo at
tained in less than live yours. The
phut Is tho same us that which has
proved so vuluublo in Europe, and thoro
is no uppureut reason why it should not
moot with the sumo encouragement and
bo followed by tho sumo beuotlchil re
Since tho intor-stute commerce uet
utado it impracticable to put largo opera
companies on tho roud thoro aro posi
tively no opportunities to witness
adequate presentations of grand opera,
which with the Shakespearean drama,
constitutes tlio highest and bent form of
stage entertainment, except in the
The actual expoiino of the three ren
dltloiiH of opera in thin city on such a
Hcalo its Miss Clary proKHCH will be
e2,WXi. TIiIh will Inoltido "oxer) thing.
Ah in Omaha sho promises to establish
a working IiiihIh by scouring guarantees
from citizens of Mich huiiih ih will make
that amount. In Omaha tho giirnntorti
were repaid, and tlio name will mont
umiucHtlounhly bo dno here.
MIhh Clary Ih now presenting the
matter to certain IntcrcHtcd patties j is
lit Lincoln and if the proper degree of
IntcrcHt in manifested hIio will at once
proceed to tho actual work of firgiifru
Tho undertaking Ih an important one,
tho moHt important mimical project
over laid before Lincoln people, and thin
city cannot utiord to neglect the oppor
tunity which Ih hero ottered for the ad
vancement of iuiihIciiI culture in thin
city und tho establishment on u perma
nent basis ot an annual entertainment
of tho vory highest order.
A sprinkling ot society leaders wore
seen ut tho Lansing Sunday evening,
andeer)ono present wiih freo to ex
press their opinion of the excellent work
of tho Nebraska Stato band und Miolr
solists. Tomorrow evening tho band
will put on another tluo program and
tho house, ut tho low prices ottered
should bo packed. The best scats go ut
50 cents und a good reserved sent can
bo secured fur 2o cents.
Mrs. Jcsslo Stiles entertained a tow
friends in an informal manner Friday
evening. Art and theatricals wero en
joyed by ull present. Tho house wns
beautifully decorated with ferns und
roses. Prizes wore presented to thoso
winning tho largest number of correct
Tho funeral ot Jay, youngest son ot
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lansing, occurred
Wednesday from tho family residence.
Much affection wus centered in tho
child, and tho allliction is a severe blow
to Mr. und Mrs. Lansing und tho
Mrs, A. C. Pennock und daughter,
Miss Carrie Muudo, ot Omaha, uro
guests at tho rcsidonco of Dr. I. S.
Lcuvitt, 141 South Twenty-ninth street.
Miss Pennock is u graduate of the state
university, und is woll known in Lincoln.
Tho Lincoln Light Infantry will hold
thoir regular monthly inspection on
Monday evening, Novomber l.'J, in thoir
drill hall. All friends of tho company
can procure cards ot admission from tho
Mrs. J. W. Maxwell, of Washington,
is in tho city tho guest of her paronts
Mr. und Mrs. O. R. Oukloy. This is
Mrs. Maxwell's tlrst visit in this city
since leaving Lincoln two )cars ugo.
Mr. T. II. McGuhey left Lincoln for
Quincy, Il., Mondit). He will engage
in busincFB there with Mr. James Irvine,
formerly in tho German National bunk
of this city.
Movius, tho famous baratono of Ber
lin, now with tho Nebraska conservatory
ot music, will sing ut tho Stuto Band
sacred concert Sunday evening.
Miss Emmu Motlit, Delivers greatest
coutrulto will sing two numbers ut tho
Stuto Bund Sacred Concert Suno'ay
Misses Jennie and Mary Louise Under
wood huvo returned from an extended
visit in Chicugo und othor points in the
Mr. und Mrs. D. E. Thompson und
Mr. und Mrs. L. 0. Burr roturned from
Hot Springs, S. D. the first of the week.
MrH. A. II. WoIIh and daughter of
r?lllflnillltl. firf, illit irmiafa nf Afl. fllwl
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Mrn. C. H. Llpplncolt.
MrH. Frank Hnnvnell'H mother, Mrn.
Harding, returned to her homo In Men
mouth, III., Monday,
MrH. V, O. Hall Iiiih returned to
Omahii after a vinit with her daughter,
Mrn. OHcar lunke.
The next I'loiiHitnt Hour party will bo
given ThankHgivIng night and will bo a
fancy drenn ball.
Mr. John HarrlH, of Chicago, who
Hpont Hoveral dajH In thin city, left for
Lieutenant K . K. llamford, Tith Inf.
U. S. A., Ih the gticHt of Captain Camp
bell thin week.
MIhh May Uowont, of Whiting, In., Is
tho guest of her uncle, Mr. J. II. Howom,
.ll.'ll O Btreet.
Mr. Hurt Howey, United Stato bank
examiner, wan In the city thin week.
MrH. O. M. Thot'ipHon entertained tho
Au Fait card club thlfl week.
Dr. H. C. Trogdou him returned from
a vihlt ut Mnttoon, III.
Dr. Margurito Saliln ban returned
from au eaHteru trip.
Mr. Oeorgo J. WoodH returned Sun
day from Denver.
MIhh Jennie Smith Ih vlHltlng hcrHmtor
In Dcnlpon, Tex.
Mrn. II. 1'. Fonter Ih vlnlting friendH in
Mi. F. M. WinmIh went to Sutherland,
la., Tin ndii).
Mr. A. IS. (Sreenlee left Tuemhiy for
Mr. jam I). Cox left Ttiewhiy Tor Chi
" At the exceedingly low price of twenty
flvo centH for a good lcnerved neat and
fifty centn for the bent, theio hIiouIi! not
bo a vacant neat at the State bands
Hacrcd concert at the Lansing Siinda).
A Bright Lad,
Ten years of nse, bum tin decllnft to bU e lili
nninn to Hid public, nukes tbli niitbmlznl,
cuiiihlcnttnl statement tu in:
f miMiiiin:loii. , Tint ilei-ior nulil tint I.
I'W!"!1 VMm ,,,,.'i"1".1 ."" '"" I'l'litlibdM
li.misbt lb it men If I illil not die. I wi.nl.l
never lie iiiile to w.ilk. berniiiu I whs
we.ik mill puny. A itutbeiliu: funned mid
bn.U iindi'i inyniin. 1 hint my fliicei mill
It Kitliuied mid tlinsw nut plecet in bone.
II I Idii t no self so us to breiik the sKln. It
w.h sure to hffiiniu n riniiiliiK Kre. 1 bad
to take lots (if inedlvlne, but ikiUiIiik 1ms
doiui im; jo much L'ood as Ajer'ii Hirsipi-
..."': J.1 ,in'1 ",m, ,no wul1 "'l atrtniK.'
1. 1). M., (llcntllr, K.nis.
lr pored by Dr. .T. 0. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Miim
Cure3 othors, will euro you
Wo (trow and always have
And ull kinds of Docornting und '
and FIVE ACRES . . .
Wholly devoted to Flowers and PInnts.
CITY 8TORE I 134 O STREET.
CITY QnttN HOUSE ISTH AND O 8TS. TELE. 384
Main sroon butuol mllu west Union college.
Special Ofor No. 12.
LADIES' HOPIE JOOBUHL
Until January 1, 1801, Tjik CouittK.it
Puulisiiimi Co. will uccept subscrip
tions for tho Ladies' Homo Journal und
The Coukikk for ono year for 12.00,
tho price of The Coimir.it alone. In
othor words, wo will give u )cnrH sub
scription to tho Ladies' Homo Journal
freo to every subscriber who puys ono
veur's subscription to The Coukikk, $2,
COURIISK UU CO.
IR YiRNIC Ri
GAPS, MUFFS, CAPES,
MATS, AND CARRIAGE ROBES.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHINQ IN THIS LINE, IT WILL
PAY YOU TO OALL AND SEE
Y. At. C WV. MtilKllnix. - Cor, ItJtli tuul N Hti
L3Tltopairlng dono in tho noatcst manner, hatispaution (iUAitANTf.KD.'
1134 0 STREET.
pOUND IT AT bAST.
JUST THE BOOK , .
I HAVE BEEN
And several thousnnd others. I would advise all ho would save time to go to
II. W. BROWX'S, 123 SOUTH IITH8T
Cut8 frmii which "3,UUntroiiK linirc.riiiim
(IfH)tl lines, inn. I!ierv lniHliu.rid mnti uh.mlil
Irh tor, under city llbniry; Art Deimrtment, W
I4TH AND M STREETS,
This is a vory lino estnblcshmont probably better than anything of tho kind
in tho world.
Capacity, 1,500 baths daily.
Artesian mineral wator is used.
Separate accommodations aro provided for both Mixes.
1r Grvotvt IMvunfi: Bcrtli.
Holda about a quarter of u million gnllons of Seo Green Salt Water.
And if, nearly 100 teot long, 20 feet wide and 1 to 0 feet deep.
Its clear us it cr)stul, too. q
Thoro uro somo spring boards, trapeze und automatic needle bath in this dolSL
Tlie Bed Rooms
Aro for transients who do not euro to loavo tho building after a bath.
Patients taking treattnont uso them nlso.
And ninny othor discuses can bo CURED in tho Hot Salt Depaitment.
1li TXxi'lclfrilT Bcitlaw!
Now we're coming down to business.
Mtirblo wulls, Mosaic lloors, rich Rugs, Curpets nnd Di aperies.
Qrent tiro places, easy chairs and divuns.
All sorts of buths uro given. Thcro is also a UARHER SHOP.
Ladies' Hair Dressing Dopnrtmont, nnd oven u Mnnicuro, Chiinpodist und
Iyunolies JVi-o Served
And Turkish cofTeo nnd lots of other things good to eat and think.
And tho half hasn't been told.
, Tlie Soliool for trie? Mnssoii
Q OLD SPL ID 1 HEW LOW))!
(FORMERLY OP SHENANDOAH, JOWA.)
Butlful.hoaltliy Incnllcin, 9)-acr campm, rfectrlo itrontcnr lino ruiiK-dlrectli tocampat
without chanfte. fJSO.OiUln buildings, aplnndid equipment, miiierior luionuiioilntloua, itrnbv
faculty, experienced nmiiii(,'cinriil,coiii)reliciulTO cirriciiluui, tlmruituli uoik, IiIkIi moral au
CbrlatUD Influencca and low uxponnea for atudrnta.
DEPARTMENTS AND COURSES.
Wa hare 2(1 courses. Our mualo. fine art, pen art, dolanrtn, I'locutloni i rourci and kinder
a-arten and model training (cboola (for both cbildreu nnd student teacln im), uro uot eiialled I
' W0" 8TREBT CAR TRANSFERS
to any part of the city for all whonttend the Western Normal, Yon can enter at nny time ani
flod luat audi claei us yon doulro. Write, or call and boa us.
Spring term opens April II, lfttl, und continues 10 weeks. Bummer term opens Juno 20, If I
and continues 8 weeku. You can outor at auy time, however. Catalogued und circulars free.
Mm NORMAL COLLEGE. LINCOLN. NEB.
S. E. MOORE.
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jiu,vv (i) null ilriiwhiuK iiiiuhi Miiecinll)
.-...-,., t Imhiiii )uur hnslllPKH. Kll-
rllliVl. r.iliiBH, llniHt work.nt mii-
?x5SS5(yj; Hrniili. Wo deiil in striking
, . iniii riiienj iui... ii not
iliiilOHiuu wim t cut Jim uaiit. louve It to iih.
" nriii'iiim lmiMnne iiuvertlevmentM limit-
lllb'ii to iiuiklnic iMirtrnlt ruin, neunpiiper
ilhirtt ml Ions, letter beniN. IniHlneHM cards,
coniie sketches, cmcr iIcIkiiw, headings uul
eiiKriMsed rcsoliilloiiH mid nieinorlnl iilbtimi.
for secret imclDties.
can lu tnheii at from $1 up. Cheii. uron't tbejt
oeo im. lliislnivs olllco with John Mclntob, tfin
I'Htern Nnnnnl coIIcko, Lincoln, Neb.
WM. M. CliOAX, President, or
W. X KINSLEY, Sco'v and Trecu,
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