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THE SATXJKDAY MOKaVKVO COURIER
Tho following now music is roHrtod
by George A. Crnncer: ".Minnie! Come
Kihh Your Honey Hoy," iliuitut!oii song;
"SereniulorH," serlo comic song; "Alny
Dawn,"' waltz song; "Sweetheart Mini',
Awake," "Nor to do Sky," Kthiopiun
song and chorus; "Miiuimu's IjovoHong,'1
it lullaby; "Forgot Mo Not." "Sim's My
liest Girl," song In lloyt's "A Trip to
Soiik 'f All Nations.
I've roamed thin wide world mor,
Seen many n lovoly fnco
Willi rosy lltK, spnrklllur ojes iiml willing furiii
In Franco 1 loved a inniili'ii,
Ami I linked lior fur her IiiiiiiI,
Hlio liml to iK'clliK', aim woiililn'l Im mine,
Fur my Frcncli she omilil not understand.
To Jours In mnlmo inotiir eheri
Al tcz vons zomt (jca, vor) i i
Cafo auliilt Rnllan tltioilmliii ilny
Infant terrlblo tnl ley lions.
A tpz vons Banco In mo Here.
Tnblo d'hoto dinner ono dollnlro,
Ji'ii ncz ci tins tra In In la.
Clliiuot In I'er-rl or Jon et.
In ltnly I wnndorcd 'nonth soft Italian sklo,
And often would my heart lion) fast
Wlitln kiizIiir In Jot lilnck eyes.
I loveil n sweet Italian, and 1 asked tier for lier
Shu nlso declined, alio wouldn't he mine,
For sho couldn't undoritiind.
llniiil orKiiu Trovatoro 1 los a di monk limit
k! o ro,
Nor tl allegretto ipanhettl stl let to.
l'nr mo milt clieoso eld utiti Lucre! in Morula.
Orslul,Muplcsun, Cumpnhlut. Ah, con
A more Halvlnl, Itlstorl- n In liniinnn peanut.
InGormniiy I wandered to llltwn on tho Hhlne.
Tlio.Suxunirlrls linto flaxen curls and cheek
like tho rosy wine,
I foil iulouo with (Iretchen, On my suit hIio
would not smile.
My Froncli In had, my Italian' snd, hut my
Herman's simply vile,
Icli llo bonllcli iiinlii liort ton elii zwl
Drlo mncht oln schmcrt zon.
.(o her my aclmtznn uuil often oln lilot zou,
bonder uml lilltzon spiels, Frnnk rurter schwut
Llo her mclu schnotzcls Milwaukee mid pretzels
Wolner worst, pickles nml beer.
"L'iiIiwHi Wnllr. ?oiir."
Bo nt lust In n Rlnss Kriof will pus
Llko n dream, So farewell, so farewell.
Llfo Is sliort, 'TIs n thoiiKht.and tho sport of a
Urenm. Faro theo well, faro tliee well.
For nlns, ho will laH, oh, so fast
To tlm tomb. So ndleii, m iiilleu.
Let tho Islo resound with Kind anil cheerful
Let tlioliellsnll rliw, nil rliiK, for our worthy
Tlio kin Lot tho valo resound with wind and
(Iheorful sound, lot the bells nil rlliK. all rlnir,
for our worthy klntr.
Seo it How, sen It kIow, see It How, see It spnrklo
We'll nil survive Ihls sml blow. Now 'tis all
Llnht. Seo it How, seo It How, seo it flow, seo it
Sparkle bright, see it How, see it Blow, seo it
Seo it sparkle bright wo'll all survlvo this sail
Now nil's sweenies' nnd Unlit, so nt lust to tho
So adieu, so ndleu; ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah,
We'll bid n last adieu.
ry Garment new at tho
Ahiiiiy Cloak Co.
Jeekell Bros, now tailoring establish
ment, 111) north Thirteenth strcot nea
the Lansing is tho popular resort for
HUMORS OF DANN PUBLISHING.
Annouiiceiiirnls of .IIitrrlHifi-s Thnt llnva
Been Uiicereiimiiloiisly Intvri'iiiteil.
A fow years ago a ludicrous, albeit
vexations, incident occurred at a church
in Larkhull. A rustic couple, af ter hav
ing had the banns published tho pre
scribed number of times, proceeded to
the church to bo joined in holy wedlock.
Tho scrvico was conducted without a
bitch until tho officiating clergyman nr
rived at that part where ho asked,"Wil
liam Wisher, wilt thou have this woman
to bo thy wedded wife?" when tho brido
groom replied with soino astonishment
that his narao was not William Wisher.
Tho ceremony was of course suspend
ed, and on investigation being mado as
to .tho cuuso of tho mlstako it transpired
that tho bridogroom had written to tho
sexton of tho church requesting him to
havo tlio banns published, and concluded
his lottor thus, "So no inoro from your
well wisher and Mary Williams." Tho
sexton, supposing that William Wisher
was tho niinio of tho intending Benedict,
fmbllshed tho bdnus imvordingly, and
ho disappointed couple wro compelled
to await tho publication of the hums in
iholr proper names.
Tho precentor of a iwuntry parish
church near Arbroath ono Sunday an
nounced from his place thai "tbero was
a eolomn purpose of marriage between
Alexander Spink of Fisher's loan and
Elspotu Hackott of Burn wynd," whon
tbo parish beadle, who was eomothlng
of a charactor, suddonly aroso and un
ceremoniously interrupted tho proceed
ings by exclaiming: "That's wrangl
That's wrangl It's no Sanders Spink o'
Fisher's loan that's gauu to marry Els-
peth Hackott, but Lang Sanders Spink
o' Siniddy croft." Tho nuino of ono of
tho parties had been wrongly stated in
tho proclamation paper, and this was
tho way tho beadlo took to correct it.
Some years ago a middle aged agricul
tural laborer called upon the session
clerk of Alloa nud asked him what the
charge was for publishing tho "cries 'J
e., banns of marriage threo times on
tho samo Sunday. "A iund," replied
tho clerk. "Ayo," said tho other, "an
what d'ye tak' when yo tak' two Sun
days to do't?" "Half a guinoa," was tho
reply, "An whut d'yo chairge when ye
tak' threo Sundays to't'c" was the rus
tio's next quory. "Soven and aix." an
awered the clerk, with an unaaad air,
1 "Aye, nmii," rejoined tho quorlat, "I
oe; tho langor yo tuk' to dao't tho cheap
er It gots. Junt cry awn till yo pay yer-
And ho took his departure without mora
, ado.- Loudon Tit-Bits.
Milord, Mlit and the Dog.
A travolor'n tulo of British phlegm L
told in tho following tortus: A French
man was seated in a smoking carriage,
and had for his companion a "milord
Anglais." Enter a British miss of
oonrso with a plaid nnd protruding teeth
and a Skyo terrier. Shu sat opposito tho
milord. Ho politely informed her that
ho had by mistake got into n smoking
carriage. Sho tnado not tho slightest an
swer, but sat grimly on.
Tho milord throw away his cigar, much
to tho astonishment of tho Frenchman,
who, according to tho story, nit watch
ing what would happen. When they
reached tho next station, tho milord said,
with tho cold dignity of his nice and
cast: "Madam can now change into u
nonsmoking carriage If she does not, 1
shall UKmiino that sho docs not mind
sinoko and shall light another cigar."
Madam wild not n word, but stared in
front of her. Tho train went on again,
and the milord lighted up. When his
cigar wan well alight and tho train in
motion, tho lady bent forward, took tho
cigar out of the milord's mouth and
threw it out of tlio window. Tho milord
not only did not uuiko any remark, but
ho did not even seem disturbed. All ho
did was to wait u minute, and the i to
bend over tho lady, seizo tho Skyo ter
rier, which was lying in her lap, and
fling it out of tho window.
Of this net tho lady, to tho complete
astonishment of tho French Hpect..ii r,
took no notice whatever. At the m .t
station both tho lady and tho milord got
out, but without exchanging a word in
regard to tho cigar nnd dog incident
whilo tho Frenchman turned over in his
head an etude on tho subject of "Les
Anglais taciturnes." London Spectator.
MeUl That Hardens Steel.
Tho reason that tho mixture of tung
sten with stoel gives tho latter ho grcatn'
degree of hardness that it readily
cratches glass and quart, seems to bo
revealed by a discovery recently made
in Germany. A definitely crystallized
compound of iron and tungsten has been
discovered, tho crystals being ho hard as
to scratch topaz. Tungsten is a brittle
white metal, almost as heavy as gold.
Tho crystals, romarks Tho Paper Trade,
as formed by its combination with iron,
in tho proportion of one atom of iron to
two of tungsten, aro silver gray and very
brilliant. It is thought that when tung
sten is alloyed with steel some of the
compound just described is formed in
tho mass, thereby producing the remark
able increase in tho hardness of tho stool.
This is an interesting example of tho
value that oho metal may lend to the oth
er, for, until tho discovery that it could
be used in hurdoning steel, tungsten, al
though it occurs in considerable abun
dance, was practically useless and with
out vnlno. New York Times.
All orders via tolephono 308 will reach
VV. A. Collin & Co. and recoivo prompt
md careful attention.
Notice of articles of incorporation of tlio West
Park Land aompnny, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
tiled on tho 'J7tli day of October, lbl.
I. NAMIS OF THIS COKPORATIOM
Tlio nnmn of this corporation shall Ik) th
West l'nrk Land Company.
II. I'lttNClrAI, l'LACI", OP TIIANSACTINO ITS
Tho iirlnclpal place of transacting tho busi
ness of this corjioratlnn shall bo Lincoln, Lan
caster county, Nebraska, but said corporation
shall bnvo power to establish branch otllces at
Now York City, Now York, and San Francisco,
III. TUP. OKNKH.U. NATCUF. OP THE IICHINKSH
TO HE TRANSACTED.
Tliouenernl nnt uro of the business to bo trims
acted by this corporation shall bo tho purchase
nml snlo of real estate in tho stnto of Nebraska
anil oltowhoru, to nccopt nnd hold tho title
thereto, to erect buildings thereon, to improve,
eulnrKO, repair nnd furnisli tho same, to loan
uuil borrow money nml to kIvo and take neces
sary security for the same, lo rent or lenso nil
or any part of tho property held by or placed la
tho custody of said corporation, uuil such other
business as may bo necessary to carry out tho
Koncrnl purpose of tho business to bo trans
acted. IV. TUP. AMOUNT OF CAPITAL HTOOK AUTHOR
IZED. The amount of cupitnl stock uutliorlzeil is
ono hundred thousand (fltW.OUO.om dollars.
which shnll bo renrosentei!
id by cortltlcntes of
stock of nun hundred iflOU.OO) dollars each.
which shall bo non-assessable nml fully paid up
before tho commencement of business of this
Tlio capital stork may bo increased nt any
reKUlar meellnifof tho stockholders or any spe
cial ineetliitf called for that purpose,
V. TIME OP COMMENCEMENT OP THE LIFE OP
Tho life of thin corporation shall commence
on tho th day of October, IMM, mid shall ter
minate on tho IMth day of October, Will, unless
It shall bo dissolved in the manner hereinafter
VI, THE IIKIIIEHT AMOUNT OP INDKlllEONEHN,
The hluhest amount of Indebtedness or
liability which this corporation shnll at any
ono time subject itsolf, shnll be one-iiuurter of
the amount of capital stock.
VII, THE OFFICERS,
The nlfalrs and business of this corporation
shall bo mnumred by a bonrd of llvo directors,
ull of whom shnll bo stockholders, nud each of
whom shall own not less than ton (IU) shares of
the capital stock, hy a president, u vlro presi-
dent, ii secretary
ii u irensurer,iinu mo presi-
dent shnll bo elmlblo to tho nillce of
Frank L. Sheldon, i
Lionel V. Hum:
Chah. L. Iltiuu.
Carlo. C. IIcrr.
('. II. Sheldon.
Articles of Incorporation of the Hall Urns,
Filed of record Octolior 111, A. !., 1MU.
First Tho name of this corporation shnll be
tho Hall Ilrothers company.
Second Tho principal place of transacting
Its business shall botliet'ltyof Lincoln, County
of Lancaster, State of Nebraska.
Third The ueuerul nature of the business to
tie trmisncteil is thai of the sale of stoves,
rniiuos, furnace, Iron custiuus uuil manufac
tured articles and tho manufacture of metal
work of nil kinds portuinluu to this business,
Fourth Tho amount of capital stock author
ized U ten thousand (fi),uan dollais. Ilfty per
rent of which Is to be paid in befoio tho com
mencement of business of this corporation, mid
the balance upon call of tho directors,
I'lfih -Tliollnmof tlio commencement of tho
, llfo of this corporal Ion shnll bo tho'lUth ilny of
, OcuiImt, imo. u
wcioiht, IH'.M. mm sumi it-niioimo ,nn isi iitt
luhesl amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which the corporal Ion at anyone
time is to subject itself is two-thirds of the
amount of the capital stock paid in,
Hoenth- Tlie alfairsof thiscorporation shall
bo conducted by president, vlro president, sec
retary mid treasurer, which otllcers shall con
stltutea Isiardof directors.
Dated at Lincoln this 10th day of October,
(Sinned.) II. J. Hall,
t.'ii is. V., Hall,
J. K. Hall,
HOW MOI ill
In a letter to the .S'iocfnj AYicn Cor
bett snjs: "Ah jou are fully awaie, my
training milliters aie situated at Anbury
Park, about a mile inland from the cot
tage whern 1 trained for Sullivan. Tho
present iiiurters are known iih 'The
Farm,' and have been formerly used hh
a road house by Mussel llallek. Tho
properly covers elghl acres and Ih
shielded fioin all winds by mauytrccH.
I have three cottages; one is used for
cooking and the principals' sleeping
quarters, another for a gymnasium and
the third for general use. I have a bil
liard room with billiard and pool tables,
a croquet grounds, quoits, n safety
bicycle, n racing shell, as the 'Farm'
borders on Deal lake and I have two
miles straightaway, a punching bag
room, a wrestling room, pulley weights,
wrist machine and an immense hand
ball court fit) feet long, ill feet wide, 158
feet high, as perfect iih any ball court In
My companions are Mrs.Corbett, Miss
Blanche Howard, who Is a companion of
my wife. William A. Brady, William
Delaney, John Donaldson, John MoVoy;
my brothers, Joseph and Tom; Dennis
Costigan and Jack Dompsoy, who lias
been with uh for three weekH.
My daily routine:
Mho at 7:.'I0.
One-half hour in shell on lake.
Breakrast at 8:.'!0.
One-half hour at wrist machine.
One-half hour at pulley weights.
One-half hour at punching bag.
One-half hour to throe-quarters of an
THE COURIER will bo clubbed
siignt luivnuco over tlio unco of one,
by post-olllce money order, registered
Lunch at l'J:!IO. .
Best to 1:110.
Ten mile walk, vailed wllh running.
One hour hand ball.
One-half hour in shell,
Dinner at l o'clock. '
Billlaids or down tn the town of
Ashury in tho evening.
Bed at lth.'tO.
1 keep this up every day but Hunday.
I HUpposeyou would not consider this
letter complete without houo icfciciicc
to my opinion of my chances with i
Mitchell. Well, I sltnpl) have lliis to
say; I will do my best to win. I con '
shier Mitchell n very haul innu'to beat, !
llo Is very Intelligent, well wised in all
ring tactics, very strong anil roll of en !
durance. Ho Ih not old in fact, Ih In
tho prime of life, has not dissipated one
tenth as much as people say he has, Is
tho father of four children, him had
oceans of ring experience, and last but
not least, has tho advice of Jack Me
AulilTo, the American lightweight
champion, who him had a splendid ,
chance to Htudy my stjle when he
seconded John L. Sullivan against me;
also the aid of Jim Hall, tho wondei fully '
clever middleweight, who sparied with '
me, and whom 1 have iiIwiijh given tlm
credit of being one of the cleeiest men
I ever met.
Mitchell Is no doubt tm cleer as 1,
So it settles down to this: I have
youth, height and leaeh on my side,
Mitchell luiHHtrcngth and harder punch
ing ability on his Hide. I expect him to
light for my body. I also expect the
contest to bo a very long one, say forty
rounds, and tho better general will win."
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Of Frederick, Md suffered terribly for over
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hl left Icr. llo waited nwny, crow weak nnd
thin, mid wm obllitcd to mo a cnao mid crutch,
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