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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1893)
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Colonol T. J. Hlckoy will loavo today
(or Imllutmpollfl to attoml un adjourned
meeting of Imso hull moil Intorostod In
the ro-orKiinUatlon of tho Wostorn
Tho meeting hold In Chicago on tho
10th wub h llialo. No detlnltp uution
war taken, and mutters uro now precisely
where thoy wore n month ago.
Colonol Hlckoy him gono ovor tho
situation vory carefully, utul hua assured
h Coukikii roprosontutlvo yostorduy that
Lincoln's prospects tiro excellent. "I
Hin Rolng to IndlanapollB to got u fran
chise," ho said, "and I Intend to got It."
Tho mooting will bo held un Monduy,
mul it iBoxtrautod that tho ro organism
tion will bo completely effected ut this
Tho situation briefly stated 1b this:
As it well known there has been talk of
Detroit and Toledo and other eastern
cities going into tho league, and It was
readily toreaoon that if theso cities wore
given franchisee, Omaha, Sioux City and
Lincoln would not bo in it, tor two
reasons) one,' that the dlstanco would bo
too great, and the other, that Lincoln
and Sioux City, and probably Omaha,
also, wouldn't be ablo to meet tho com
petition that such cities as Detroit
would put up.
But tho latest information is to tho
effeot that Dotroit does not wunt to got
into tho Western loaguo. She wuntn a
franchise in a major association, or nouo
at all, it is said. Colonol Hlckoy thinkB
that Sioux City, Lincoln, Omuha and
Kansas City will bo ablo to outvoto tho
eastern cities und orguniio tho leaguo
with themselves and Minneapolis and
Aa Thk Couiukk bus before stated
there will bo no dttllculty in obtaining
the necessary financial support for tho
base ball team In this city. Subscrip
tions to tho amount of 12,000 or 93,000
have already boon mado.
There is a great deal of interest mani
fested in the matter in this city, and
tidings from Indianapolis' wilt be
Will Play root 1U11 Today.
The university foot ball team is not at
all disheartened at ita recent defeat by
by the Kansas City eleven, and it will
go into today'a game with determination
to win, Thogamo today will be with
tho Kansans, and will tako place as
usual at tho M street park. Crawford
will play quarter back in this game,
Captain Paco taking ono of tho ends.
Bathing caps at Rector's Pharmacy.
COURIER PUB CO.
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AND 8UCH 18 FAME.
The Clrrittrit Mnn In MIlMruukvu l.oonu'l
Up nt I.mt.
"I was out in Milwaukee tho other
day," said a business man, "and, after I
had dono what I wont thoro to do, I
looked up a friend and ho took mo out
to ahow mo the town. Wo walked
uround on all tho principal BtrootH, and
ho pointed out to mo tho big buildings
and all that sort of tiling, finally wo
reached n down-town corner and my
frlond took up hlsRtund thoro.
"I didn't know what ho wnB up to,
but I dutifully stood besido hi in and wo
talked of all sorta of thlnga for halt an
hour or so. Just as I was beginning to
got vory tired ho nudged mo und pointed
out a vory ordinary-looking man who
was walking slowly towards us.
"That's him!' ho Bald, In great ox
citomont. "I oxpectod to bco tho prosldont or
Bomobody equally great und I lookod in
tho direction Indicated. I saw nobody
but tho ordinnry-looklng mnn boforo
" 'I know It wo stood hero long enough
we'd soo him,' continued my friend.
'Thut'sjiltn, Buro enough.'
" 'That's who,' I asked.
"'Why,' he answered, 'that's Charles
'"And who in blazes, is Charles II.
"I shall nover forgot tho look of utter
contempt that my friend cast on mo.
He draw himself up to hip full height
und answered in a tono that mado mo
fool vory small indeed: 'Why, he's tho
tho man who wrote 'After tho Ball.'"
It is no easy thing to dross harsh,
coarse hair so us to mako it look grace
ful or becoming. By tho use of Ayer'e
Hair Vigor, this difficulty is romovod,
and the hair mado to assume any stylo
or arrangement that may bo desired.
Qlve tho Vigor u triul.
Tho Western Trail is published
quarterly by tho Chicago, Rock Island
it Pacific Rullway.
It tells how to got a farm In tho west,
and it will bo Bent to you gratis for ono
year. Send namo and address to
"Editor Veeri Trail, Chlcugo," and
receive it ono year f reo.
John Beuabtian, Q. P. A.
M. L. Trestcr can suit you on coal if
any doalor in Lincoln can. 1241 O streot.
The Union PkcMo Cheap IUtci.
Only 930.00 first class to Ogdon, Salt
Lake, Helena, Spokane and Portland
For full particulars call at city ticket
offlco 1041 O street.
All orders via telephone 398 will reach
W. A. Coffin Ac Co. and receive prompt
tnd careful attention.
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By special arrnnRement with the Mulr-Cowln Company of this city,
TUB COUHIOU Is able to make the following extraordinary premium
To every New Subscriber who pays 50 Gents In advance for three
month's subscription, we will give as a premium a beautiful after
dinner china cup and saucer, hand decorated. These cups and saucers
cannot be purchased for less than 75 cents or $1.00. Gall at the office
and see them. Courier rcato. CoM
IUOI o Mtroet,
Tho following now musiu w rejiorted
by (loorgo A. Cruncoi: "Forgot Thou
Mo," Bong; "I Love You In Spite of All,"
by Harris; "A Whisper of Love," 'Shall
tho AiiBWor bo Yes or NoV" song.
"Ilrmvn Octolx-r A If."
Ami It's will yo aunlT with mu, my Iculn, mul It'
will yoqunll with muT
It In a ilrnuitlit of nut-brown ulr I olTor unto jc.
All liuiumluK In tho tnnkiinl IikU, It elicors the
Ohl hrro'i a frlcnil to iv-'r oni'.'tU stout John
Lauith, laid, mul ciuniT liuln, 't will uiiiko ymi
tout mul hnlo,
ThrnuKli nil my ilnjs I'll lnu t lit prnUo of
brown Octobur nlu.
Yes, Inusli, lnds, ami quaff, lnils, 't will miikn
jouitout and hnlo.
Ah I thro' nil my dnjs I'll sIiir tho prnlso of
brown October nlo.
And It's will yo lovo mo truo, my lass, and Its
will joloro nio truot
It not, I'll drink ono flagon moro, and so faro
well to you.
If Joan or Moll, or Nnn or Doll, should make
your heart to mourn,
Fill up tho pnll with nut-brown nlo, and toast
John llnrloy corn.
Laugh, lads, and quaff lads, 't will mako you
rtout and halo,
Through all my days I'll sing tho pralso ol
brown October ale.
Yds, laugh, lads, and quaff, lads, 't will make
you stout and halo.
Thro' all my days I'll sing tho pralso of brown
Drown, nut-brown nlo. Of brown October nlo.
"I.ove Cmiin nt Ilnwn."
LoVocamo at dawn when nil tho world was fair,
Whon crimson glories bloom and songs woro
Lotocuiiio at dawn when hopo's wing fanned
And murmured, and munnurod, I am lifo.
Lovo enmo nt ovon when the dny was doue,
Whon heart mul bruin woro tired and slumber
Loto camo ut nu, shut out tho sinking sun,
And whispered, and whispered, 1 nm Kcst.
Sung by May Irwin In "Country Sport.
Oh, I had no beau, but all tho boys I know
For thoy said 1 was n charming croaturo, don't
Yos, and every night when It was fair and work
Thoy camo to serenado mo, oh, yes, camo-every
And thoy all camo up to tho liouio ono night to
My dad was mad at tho songs they sang, and
beautiful tunes thoy played mo;
But smiled again and said 'tis plain that a
compltmont you hnvo paid her,
So boys don't fear, shi's always hero, nnio
again and serenado her.
Dut I didn't know which ono to chooso, I loved
Yos, I loved Frank Drown, ho took mo sonic-
19 Ol O STREET.
t Imps ton ball,
And I went with Clinrley Smith to seo tho piny
on tho sly.
Tho others too, I loved, oh, moro than rnkes,
Ico crenm or plo.
Oh, I wnnt thoin nil, yes, nil, I do, Indeed, I do,
For I know to ench mid nil of them my lovo Is
Oh, I think n femiilo womnn I would llko to bo
Ho 1 could hnro them nil, you seo, mul they
could nil hnvo mo.
Wliut do You Tnko.
Medicine for? Itecuuso jou uro Hick
and want to got well, or because you
wish to prevent illness. Then remem
ber that Hood's Sarsaparillu cures all
diseases canned by Impure blood and
debility of tho hjhIl'iii. It is not what
its proprietors say but what Hood's
Sarsaparilla does, that tells tho story of
its merit. Bo sure to get Hood's, and
Toilette For Ludle.
For stylish evening costumes tho silks
of the present Reason have nover been
surpuRscd in fanciful variety. Tho in
terweaving of two or more colors pre
dominates in theso tissues and produces
novel und original effects in blending
shades, which aro still enhanced by the
glistening moire surface thut la given to
muuy of them. Among other novelties
tho brocho moires uro particularly at
tractive, having delicate brocho ligures
of ono color stunding out uguinst the
wutored ground of u contrasting color.
A rich brocade for reception gowns is
called "damus cumacu." This material
has ropped ground in some solid color
with u design in satin of tho samo coloi
shot with white Tho paintid bengu
laics aro evening silks with light
grounds, having painted Pompadoui
bouquets which look as it puinted in
water colors. They aro often combined
with u now velours poluche. These
items, us well as many others equally
attractive, uro to bo found in tho Mc
Dowell fashion magazines just received.
Tho latest numbers of theso artistic
publications maintain still thoir higl
standaid of excellence, which makes
them of incstimablo valuo to nil do
votees of fashion. A special induce
ment has boon introduced in thorn in
tho shapo of pattern coupons, by which
ono cun securo many novelties ut
It tho hair has been made to grow a
naturul color on bald heads in thousands
of cases, by using Hall's Hair Renovver,
why will it not in your caso?
Imported and domestic toilet Boaps at
The Lincoln Paper Box company have
udded a folding box department to thoir
business and havo a steady stream of
orders for cnBtons to incrcaso Lincoln
mado goods such as Soaps, Medicines,
Candies, Extracts etc.
and ANNOUNCEMENTS. .
KOW IS THE TIME TO OIUJER YOUR
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High Vivo or Kucliro 1'nrtle
Should send ut once to John Skiiamtian,
G. T. A., C. R. I. & P. R. R., Chicago.
Ten Cents, in stamps, per pack for tho
slickest cards )ou over shuilled. For
91.00 you will recoivo free by oxprcss ten
Fino now lino of business suitings
from 925 to 910 in Scotch und homespuns
Jockoll Bros., 110 north Thirteenth
streot, near Lansing theatre.
Whito chinn to decorato at Crancor's,
212 South 11th.
The Union I'ikHIc Cut Itiitc.
Denver, ono way 9 0.00
Denver, round ti ip 20.00
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Choyenno
tho samo ruto.
Chicago, ono way 0.10
Chicago, round trip j 11.55
St. Louis, round trip 10.05
Full information chcorfully given at
1044 O street, son t invest cor. O und 11th.
J. T. Mahtin, K. B. Sloshon,
City Ticket Agt. Gen. Agt.
A bonutifully decorated
after-dinner cup und saucer
of tho finest china given
uwuy freo to every now sub
scriber to The CointiEit who
pays CO cents in advance for
three month's subscription.
These cups und saucers can
not bo purchased for less
than 75 contB or 91. Sam
ples will be placed on exhi
bition ut The CouittKit office
1201 3 street, In a few dajs.
Dr. Humphreys' BpeclUrs axe scientifically and
carefully prepared ltemetllcs, used for years In
private practice and (or over thirty years by Mia
people wltb entire success. Every slnglo Speclflo
special euro for tlio dUeoso named.
They cure without drugging, purging or reducing
the system and are In fact and deed tho Hoverelia
Remedies of the World.
no. cvaii. rsioH.
1 Fererst Congestions, Inflammations.. ,4S
S-Worms, Worm lever, Worm Collo,... .'J a
S-Teetklnsi Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .33
4-DUrrbea, or Children or Adults as
V COBlka, Colds, Bronchitis vjj
S-Nenralgla, Toothache, i'aceacho. aa
f -Headaches, blck I.eadache, Vcrtlco.. .99
ltf-Dyspepsln. Elllouaneu, Constipation. .33
11-Happrcsscd or Painful Periods... .33
13-Whltea, loo rrofuse 1'crlods 38
13-Cronp, Laryngitis, Hoarseness 38
14-8altltheam, ryslrlss, Eruptions.. .38
13-RheBtlira, Itheumatlo Pains .33
le-Malarla, Chills, Fever and Ague .38
IB-Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Bead. .33
B-Whooping Cough .33
37-Kldner Dlaensr .33
US-Nervous Debility 1.88
38-Urlnary Weakness, Wetting Ted., ,33
HUMPI1IIKYH' WITCH IIAZEI, OIL,
"The Pile Olntinent."-Trll Slxe. 25 Ctt.
Sold by Prat (liu, or a.ut P-i- ! on rtetlrt of pries.
Da. HuarssuTt' M.uil (H i" "" '"
KCHmurr mud. ca.iitaiuwmuai it., uw nu
FOR CH0I6B GUT
WH6 M FUNERAL DESIGNS
Special attention givon to the grow
ing of now and choice roses. Carnations
nnd till kinds of Kreonhouso plants.
PHONE Mi COR. G AND 17 TH STS.
Are Just as Curable as Other Diseases.
Trentetl exclusively by
lilt, I.KONHAHOT, I.lnroln, Neb.
ornoi wtr o sr. hours s to s oaiit.
OMAHA'S LEADINQ HOTEL
1HA UIOIIY, Proprietor.
Electric ears direct from Union depot puss
tlio dour, 13th and Homey sts., Omalia, Neb.
Under now maniiReinont
15th nnd Hnrney sts., Omaha, Neb.
IIUMJTT & DAVKSI'OKT, Props.
Special nttontlnn to stnto trade, rue;t and
commercial travelers. Fnrnam street olectrlo
cars pnsa tho door to and from all parts of the
LARGEST, CHEAPEST, BRIGHTEST AND BEST.
Sond for Freo Suniplo Copy of
Tho lcailtrw livestock nowepnpormul mur-
tt vi tiiirtnr it tli Wnnt. A titiititr ffir
STOGK RAISBRS, FARMERS,
fine stock breeders, Kruln denlerH. Very Intest
und correct market reports by telegraph from
all tho principal stock markets. Address
DAILY, OO PER YEAR. I TM( DROVERS JOURNAL,
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