The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, May 04, 1895, Page 9, Image 9
THE COURIER. AT THE THEATRES. The Lansing theatre has been closed all week, and the Funke was only open ed once for the Philharmomic concert Tuesday evening. Some strong attract ions are coming in the next couple of weeks. Tuesday night the last of the orches tral concerts given by the Philharmonic society was given to an appreciative audience at the Funke. The program was as follows: Overture, "Mrry Wives of Windsor" Nicolai Introduction and prayer from "Rienzi" Wagner Serenade Schubert Ladies Telyn Quartet Intermezzo from "Naila" Dehbes Overture, "Freischuetz" Weber Concerto in C minor Beethoven Allegro con brio, cadenza by Reinscke Miss Susie Scofield Serenade from horn and flute Titl Messrs. G. Abbott, Harry Knight March Hongrois from "Damnation of Faust,. Cerlioz (a) "In the Shade" ? p,i;, (ty."Dance in the Olden Style" J uer,0lz String Orchestra Waltz, "Jolly Girls' Vollstedt Reserved seats will be sold for 50 cents The stage will be set in approved mili tary style, with tents, gunp, etc., and there will be military drills. These arrangements will be under the charge of Lieutenant Pershing and Captain Campbell. Lieutenant Townley will look after the decorations. There will be a chorus of 100 voices, under the direction of Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond The songs will include all of the popular American patriotic airs and war songs. Miss Clara Anderson and other soloists will be heard. Emily Bancker will come to the Lan sing May 14, when she wi!l present "Our Flat." Miss Bancker is one of the cleverest actresses of the day, and in this play she has achieved signal success. "Sidetracked" is the next attraction at the Lansing. This play, as its title indicates, is a sensational production. It is said to be a very stirring attraction, embracing fine scenery and taking specialties. It is due May 10. Col. Lew Ginger's engagement at the Funko has been cancelled. Lincoln has not yet had an opportun ity to witness a presentation of genuino living pictures such as aro seen in Now York. When Tisso comes to thiB city May with his troupe of foreign per formers, most of whom are Parisians such an opportunity will bo presented. Tisso's exhibition includes, besides, an array of vaudeville features. The com pany comes to this country direct from the Folio Bergeres Paris and the Alhamha theatre, London, and in it aro some of the cleverest specialists of the old world. This attraction is booked for May 18, at the Funke opera house. Lillian Lillian is coming to Lincoln again. Nobody who was in this city the ' week of the opening of the Lansing theatre has forgotten Lillian Lewis. - There were plenty of people who did.not like this actress, but it isja fact that '.. since she played here she has filled several engagements in New York with much apparent success. Her plays are , of the modern sensational type that are ";" much tho vogue just now. Ever since 35; Miss Lewis gave the memorable opening tf "4j--- performances at the Lansing she haB VS?- . been desirous of coming back, and now arrangements have been made for her return to this house Saturday, May 11, when she will present her latest and most ambitious production, "Cleopatra." Edouard Remenyi, the Hungarian violinist, who will be heard at the Funke Wednesday, May 15, has been in Lincoln many times, and has many friends here. As far back as fifteen years ago Remenyi took in Lincoln on his concert tours and of late years he has made annual ap pearances here. Remenyi's music ap peals strongly to the popular taste. He is supported this year by a competent pianist and vocalist. The war concert to be given May 8 at the Funke promises to be a particularly interesting event. The entertainment will be similar to that recently given in Chicago, and will be for the benefit of the Woman's Christian association. POLITICAL NOTES. Captain Weideman is mentioned as a strong candidate for tho office of chief of the fire department. W. S. Hamilton having been appointed deputy city attorney, will not push his candidacy for county judge. E. B. Stephenson may be a candidate for clerk of tho district court. W. F. Kelley has been spoken ot as a candidate for county judge. L A. W. BULLETIN. Chairman Gideon, in his weekly L. A. W. racing bulletin, says: "The quarter mile, half-mile and two mile champion ships have been assigned to the Asbury Park wheelmen, July 11, 12, 13. Charles A. Deinan, Cedar Rapids, la., is sus pended pending investigation. Among the sanctions granted was the Wapello cycling club, Ottumwa, la., July 4. RESIGNATION. ( Written for Thk Couuex. When across the rote-strewn path that we had hoped to tread Some rude unlooked for barrier lifts its wall, From out our heavy grief we are wont to weave For tho whole wido world, a sable paJl. When on our brow tho thorns of disap pointment press And circumstances drive us in a stony path. Wo rail against the world and scoff at hope And blame high heaven in our fretful wrath. But though the disappointments come, and smarting thorns, And all our hopes Ho as a broken wreck, Yet must we learn that in the sorrow of this world One heart'6 sorrow is but a tiny Heck. For there has been since first tho human heart Began to beat its own soft muffied knell, Great sorrows that havo reached to heaven itself, And down to the very gates of hopeless hell. But only one amidst the multitude has died Because his sorrow broke his human heart, And he it was who on the blood stained cross Tore death's black veil of fearful gloom apart. And so when sorrow lays a heavy hand upon your head And circumstances lash you with a scourge of pain, Know that your lot is but the common lot of man A part of tho world's great solemn alto strain. William Reed Dumsoy. $100 DOLLARS KEWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatement. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disea se, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Testi monals. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75 cents. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THI DIAMOND RESTAURANT .138 South Eleventh Street. MERCHANTS' DINNERS- Short order meals at all hours. All the delicacies of the season .... always on hand GEO. Is. REEDER, - - - Proprietor. Men's neckwear at Browning King & Co. Try Tangoretta the New Drink at Riggs' Pharmacy, 12th and O street. Canon City coal at the Wbitebreaat Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock SpringB coal at tho Whitebreost. Home Stekt.'s Excursion, May 21. Only one faro for tho round trip via The BunusoTON. Tickets good for twenty days o Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Indian and Oklahoma Territories, Texas, South Dakota, Missouri, New Mexico and Utah. For full information apply at B. t M. depot or at city office, corner 10th and O streets. Geo. W.Bon.nell, C. P. it T. A. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all out standing school warrants of tho city of Lincoln not registered by number and of a date prior to September 1, 189-1, are called for payment this day, interest ceasing on same May 1, 1895. M. I. Aitken, City Treasurer. Lincoln, Neb., April 20, 1895. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. First publication May 4. In county court within and for Lan caster county, Nebraska. May term 1895 in tho matter of tho estate of Robert Roggenkamp deceased. To the creditors of said estate: i'ou are hereby notified, that I will Bit at the county court room in Lincoln in said county, on tho 3oth day of September 1895, and nguin on the 31st day of December 1895 to recoivo and examine all claims against said estate, with u view to their adjustment and allowance. Tho time limited for the presentation of claims against said estae is six months from the 15th day of June A. D. 1895, and the time limited for the payment of debts is one year from said 15th day of June 1S95. Notico of this proceeding is ordered publish) d fourconsecutive weeks in The Coukiek a weekly newspaper published in this state. Witness my hand and the seal of said county court, this 1st day of May 1895. I. W. Lansing sealI County Judge. May 25 ELE6TIGAL EXHIBITION. The annual exhibit of the society of electrical engineres of the University of Nebraska will be held this evening in the engineering building. SLIGHTED. "What is this?" exclaimed the prima donna, as she crumpled the printed sheet, threw it upon thefioorand stamp ed upon it. "What is tho matter, my dear J" asked her husband. "A new brand of piano has been placed on the market without my knowledge.and I have not written a testimonial saying it is the finest instrument I have ever used. This is the first time such a thing has happened and it is an insult." AWFULLY WILLING. Bach Would you consider May an unlucky month to be married in. Miss Passe They say it is, but I'm willing to waive the popular supersti tton in your case, thank you so much. Knox celebrated ladies' sailor hats at the Famous, 1029 O street. Every flavor of soda and all the miner al waters at Harley's new fountain. Knox's latesc style sailor hats for ladies at the Famous. Crushed fruits and other sodas at Harley's new fountain. Summer's heat turned to cool content at Harley's soda fountain. Harley's drug store has the finest fountain in the city. SHFRIFF SALE. First publication May 4. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of district court of the third judicial district of Ntibrabka within and for Lancaster county Nebraska in an action wherein Winnebago National bank is plaintiff, and L. C. Humphrey et al are defendants, I will at 2 o'clock P. M. on the 4th day of June A. D. 1895 at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, otfer for sale at public auction the following described real estate to-wit. Lots one (1) two (2) and three (3) in block or section "Q in Grand view residence park in Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 1st day of May A. D. 1895. Fred A. Miller. Sheriff. June 1. SHERIFF SALE. First publicaiion May4 Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the district court of the third judicial district ot Nebraska within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein the Union Savings bank of Lincoln Nebraska is plaintiff and Major G. Bohanan et al are defendants, I will at 2 o'clock P. M., on the 4th day of Juno A. D. 1895, at the east door of the court house in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraskaotfer for sale at public auction the following described real to-wit: "Lot," E of block forty-one (41) of Lincoln, lot.three (3) in block fifteen (15) of south Lincoln addition to Lincoln and lots five (5) and six (G) of block eleven (11) of Lincoln, all in Lancaster county Nebraska. Given under my hand this 2dn day o Mav A. D. 1895. f Fred A. Miller Sheriff. June 1.