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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

19 gSTES & bAURIAT'S STERLING EDITIONS SCOTT'S WAVBRLY NOVELS. BULWER'S COMPLETE NOVELS. THE COUKJER f ft .. k- - t feu K., Br' Kr Printed on fine laid payor; over OO en gravings on wood, together with etchings and photogravures.- Bound in half olive seal leather, Roxburg style, with gilt tops. Price for the set. 12 volumes, 827. THmCKERAY'S COMPLETE WORKS. tk tf- -i - A - i One of the distinguishing features of this edition is the great variety of illustrations consisting of 192 wood cuts mainly from drawings by the author. These are supple mented with reproductions of drawings by the celebrated English artists, Millais, Barnard and Luke Fildes; to these will be added a series of etchings, drawn and etched especially for the publishers of this edition, and photo-etchings from the char acter sketches of Frederick Barnard. The text paper is a natural tint laid paper con taining no filling. The work is bound in half olive seal leather, seal grain, Roxburg style, embossed and gold ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 16 March 1895

20 THE COURIER ,1. 5M WW i -v -a -: -? 9 -'- U FRANK O. EHRUNG, Manager. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH, 21. in IN ill I The greatest ranged soprano in the world. Assisted by Mr. Maximilian Dick, Violin Virtuoso Miss Georgiella Lay, Pianist. Mr. Victor Thrane, Manager. i Jf NlLSSONi fc Yaw Patti t SEATS ON SALE MONDAY. PRICES, 50, 75, 1.00, 1.50. BOX SEATS, 2.00. THE LANSING THEATRE :EI A. CHURCH, Manager. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 22. - ijj WILLIAM MORRIS In his original character and greatest success .- THE bOST PARADISE - BY HENRY BE MILLE. UNDER DIRECTION GUSTATE FROHMAN. 1492 H i - v-fj; WVsptfi' u MARIE JANSEN - GRIFFITHS: FAUST -' - - - MMMHMC

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

I VOIs. 10, No. 14. PRIGE FIVE CENTS $fe$P&i ' y LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MARCH 23. 1895. 1 UJ John H. Ames is a aemocrat and a politician who has been wholly unaffected by the wave of political and anarchistic socialism that haB swept over the country in the IaBt few years, more especially since tha Grangers and urban malcontents gathered themselves together and raised the banner of populism and began preaching destruction. The clamor has not called Mr. Ames into tho field of demagoguery; he believes what he believes and the sounding brass and tinkling cymbal of these political mar auders cannot shake his honest convictions. Very recently Mr. Ames was requested to state in an address before the National club, of this city, his objections to socialism. He was prevented from accepting the invitation, and instead wrote a letter of regret in which he gave his.views on this subject, briefly and concisely. Mr. Ames recognizes in this recent socialism a modified communism. True commun...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER it is surprising that the sentime& of this era of much-talked of ad vancement tolerates the retention of th'iB chief among the relics of the uncivilized past. I H Countess Ella Narraikow in an article on capital punishment in the Metaphysical Magazine 6ays: "The experience of other nations should have an important bearing upon this subject, since human mature is pretty much the same the world over In. 1870 the extreme penalty for murder was abolished in Holland, where for ten years previously the law had, been more' honored in the breach than in the observance. Punishment by death had already been done away with in Roumania, and Boon after the little kingdom of Portugal took the same course. While the statute-book of Belgium still con tains a law decreeing the death penalty for homicidal crime, it is virtually a dead letter, there having been no executions in that country during the past thirty years. Capital punishment has been formally abolished in most of the cant...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER R' - " have thus far expressed themselves the majority appear to bo in fav or of voting tho bonds. The short poem, "Recognition," which appeared in tho last issue of The Coukiei: was written by Mrs. Isabelle Richey of Platts mouth. The Courier hopes to leceivo other contributions from this gifted l.idy. Mrs. Richey, by tho way, has just had published a charming little book of poetry, "A Harp of the West," a volume that bespeaks the growing culturo or this section. There is true pootic art and fervor in her verses, and "A Harp of tho West," attuned to many graceful songs, will add to tho measure of Nebraska's literary credit. Carl Smith in Sunday's World-Herald mado public some of his recent work, some of tho poems being of a somewhat ambitious form. Much improvement is to bo noticed in the work of this clever young Omahan. Mr. Bryan, though no longer a congressman, is still an idol as was evidenced by the reception he received on the occasion of his home coming Tuesday. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER The ionten quiet remains undisturbed, i bings socially are about as they were last week. Tbe approach of Easter is manifest ii the briskness of trade in tbe dry goods and millinery stores, ard the fair ones may be depended upon to be as dazzling as ever. The women's clubs have not been interfered with by lent; the members of these organizations have beeu and are particularly active. Some of them who take delight in the waltz are now solemnly preparing and read ing learned papers on tbe most unheard-of subjects. At the Fourth Baptist church, Chicago, Kittredge Wheeler, de livered a prelude on ' 1 he Four Hundred to a sermon on "The Three Hundred.' In his prelude he said: "Ward McAllister ie dead. Dr. A. J. Gordon, of Boston, is living; more alive than ever. Ward Mc Allister is soon to be forgotten. Charles Haddon Spurgeon is ascended up on high, a constant force in the world about us and in the world above us. Mrs. Paran -Stevens says, so we read: 'We did not need Mr. McA...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER it st Y m m b The Alpha class of Central Christian church gave an enjoyable entertainment Wednesday night in the Y. M: C. A. hall. The pro gram was as follows: Piano duet. Misses Greedy; tableau, "Sculp tor's Dream'; pantomine, "Bashful Lovers"; solo, Miss Gladys Bur reli; drill, by little girls; reading, Mrs. C. B. Jackson; tableau, "Reaper and Flowers"; pantomine, "Before and After Marriage"; piano duet, Misses Brady and Clark; tableau, 'Tempted"; Indian club exercise, Mr. Wilson; solo, Professor Movius; tableau, "Rock of Ages"; solo, Marie Pollard; "Bluebeard," By forty-three Alphas. Those taking part in the tableaux were: Misses Lulu Kates, Maud Sprung, Gertrude Dean, Bessie Hedges, Eva Robertson, Nellie Wearer, Carrie Antill, Marcia Brady, Edna Pierce, Kittie Ager, Edna Everett, Margaret Prey and Maud Rhodes. Miss Mathilde Lennon gave a recital at the Universalisl church Tuesday evening that was a rare treat to lovers of music. From beginning to end the program was ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

TIIE COURIER I. rtHTiit i r.f W II If KJ P.V 'jV j MSfi Thomas J. Kelly, who in the columns of the World-Herald, has done much to ele vate musical and dramatic criticism in the metropolis of the state, discussed what he called "The Encore Mania" in a recent issue of Mr. Hitchcock's and Mr. Bryan's paper. Mr. jj audience will clamor for encores? True, they will, if they are encouraged to do eo. The matter lies with the ar tists, not with the audience. If one or two recalls are politely ac knowledge by 'deferential lowering of the head' the audience will soon grasp the idea that the artiste is an artiste, and is not caught by the audience-chaff of irresponsible applause which is given indis criminately, and they will listen to his or her next number with in creased interest and respect. The more deciocdly amateurish a singer or player is the more he will encourage the obnoxious habit. The more strictly professional he is the more he will discourage it, by a courteous but firm refusal....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER rHsKr . Ar'Maalll W WHSB Thomas J. Kelly, who in tho columns of the World-Herald, has done much to ele vate musical and dramatic criticism in the metropolis of tho state, discussed what he 1 called "The Encore Mania" in a recent issue of Mr. Hitchcock's and Mr. Bryan's paper. Mr. Kelley doeBn't like encores. He says: "The audience will clamor for encores? True, they will, if they are encouraged to do so. The matter lies with the ar tists, not with the audience. If one or two recalls are politely ac knowledge by 'deferential lowering of the head' the audience will soon grasp the idea that the artiste is an artiste, and is not caught by the audience-chaff of irresponsible applause which is given indis criminately, and they will listen to his or her next number with in creased interest and respect. The more decioedly amateurish a singer or player is the more he will encourage the obnoxious habit. The more strictly professional he ib the more he will discourage it, by a cour...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER SOME FAULT FINDING. with his scourge He would drive out a great nnny that sit in the front pews and lead in the worship of tho house of God. Vtr. (Written for The Courier.) IT is Sunday morning. The sun is shining brightly. Tho streets are crowded with fashionably attired people wending their way to the churches. The bells peai out. From some tali cathedral spire the chimes ring out a jubilant peal and all the air trembles with the sound. The church doors swing and swing. The pews are soon rilled. The preacher sits in the pulpit in his immacu late linen and clothes of sober black. The choir sings. The organ rills the room with its divine melody and then the preacher arises and preaches his flowery sermon. It is over. The organ peals out the postlude; the people throng out into the streets and go to their homes. And now tell me what wae the use of it all? What good did it do to go there and sit in that costly church and listen to the music and to that beautiful sermon? We...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER SOME FAULT FINDING. witlrhis scourge He would drive out great nnny that sit in the front pews and lead in the worship of the house of God. (Written for The Coumhr.) IT is Sunday morning. The sun is shining brightly. Thostreets are crowded with fashionably attired people wending their way to the churches. The bells peai out. From some tall cathedral spire the chimes ring out a jubilant peal and all the air trembles with the sound. The church doors swing and ttwing. The pews are soon filled. The preacher sits in the pulpit in his immacu late linen and clothes of sober black. The choir sings. The organ fills the room with its divine melody and then the preacher arises and preaches his flowery sermon. V Which stately mansion towering high Beside the busy way, Would be the home that Christ would seek Should he come here today? Which massive pile of brick or stone Whose spires point tow'rd the sky Would be the place where ho would go To pray to God on high? What well made cree...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER is proof positive that our financial basis was sound and hcaithy at the time when Graver Cleveland and his populistic congress were intrusted with the creation, direction, and control of legislation and the" administration of our public affairs. . ; TO A PRIMROSE. ffill)NC6F(lrCLC5 Am Since the opening of the city cam paign there has been more or less dis cussion of the advantage or disadvant ages of running Lincoln "wide open' and the intentions of the various can didates of doing, so. One of the most serious objections urged against Mr. Graham is that "everything would be wide open." A liberal policy would mean the confining of houses of prostitu tion to certain districts and their regulation by the police in these districts, so that a revenue might be raised for the city and at the same time they might be run in an orderly manner away from the business and residence portion. This would be in direct contrast with the policy of the present administration which has broke...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER ENTERED AT TIIE LINCOLN POSTOFFICE A8 SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 217 North Eleventh St. TELEPHONE 90 W. MORTON 8MITH, Editor. LUTE H. MORSE, - - Business Manaoer. Subscription Kateit In Advitnce. tYraiiiiuin $200 I Throe mouths 50c. Six months 1U) One month 20c. Single copies Five cents. For sale at all news stands in this city and Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will bo inserted. Rates made known on application. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 23, 1894. Sack cloth and ashes are at a premium in this city, never half so much of a success. Lent was - The fag end of the winter seems to have been a favorite time fot the birth of great men. Within a few days the birthdays of Jack son, President Cleveland, Mr. Bryan and St. Patrick have been celebrated. . The Crawford county system of placing men in nomination for public office may not be perfect, but it could have a great many de fects and yet b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

h.1 THE COURIER AS TO LENT. r - . Arv. II H FZ,l s w A local paper speaks of Professor Fosslenas "of the sato peniten tiary." The young woman who takes the part of Cinders in "The Lost ,Paradise,".Etta HawkinB, is the wire of the leading man, William Morris. Mrs. Morris is a St. Paul girl and the niece of De Mille, the author of the play. When not on the road Mr. and Mrs. Morris make their home in St. Paul where there is a young Morris to occupy their attention. Omaha society must have opened the gates too wide or placed careless guards at the outer posts, as the following from the World Herald will indicate: "On Christmas day, 183 J, Mrs.iukey of 815 South Seventeenth street was presented with a.beautiful gold watch by.her brother. March 5, 1894, it was stolen from her. Every effort to locate it at the timo was unavailing. March 5, 1893, or exactly one year from the date on which it had been. stolen, Detective Dan Davis recovered it from a Douglas street pawn shop. It had on that d...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER 11 THE NATIONAL GAME Mertes is still unsigned. t Wait for the second of May. - -jn Work on the grounds will commence next week. " t There seems to be some hitch in Omaha getting Hulin. t Two weeks from today and the exhibition season will open. t Omaha has a very fast outfield in Donnelly Slagle and Shaffer. t Several Lincoln amateurs may be found in the Iowa State league. t Jimmy Stafford is a fixture at second base on the New York team. t Hollingsworth shows up well at practice and covers a great deal of ground. t Will any photographer be enterprising enough to make a picture of the 1S95 team? t Preston, who played third baso for St. Joe last season, is playing a good game for Louisville. t Paul Hines, the old Washington player will captain the Burling ton team in the Iowa State league.- t Ladies will be admitted free on Mondays bear this in mind and postpone the washing until Tuesday. t Manager Ebright and short stop Hollingsworth have gone to housekeeping near the ba...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

12 THE COURIER POINTS IN POLITICb. Mr. Wright's gubernatorial and senatorial booms have had a back set The republican nominees for the excise board are not growing in popularity. Judge Broad has a record as a vote getter, and the fight prom ises to bo a warm contest. Aitkeu's business record assures an efficient and honest manage ment of the city's funds. AitKcn is a clean candidate, and is marked as h winner. J. W Bowen, the republican candidate for city clerk, is one of the most popular candidates who ever ran for office in this city. Mr. Bowen stands upon his record, and his record will do the rest. There was a deal prior to the republican convention by which Graham was to throw his strength to Wright in consideration of the latter's promise to make him chairman of the board of public works in case he was elected. But Graham didn't have to throw his strength to anybody. Councilmen are highly important public officers and yet the political parties, and the republican party is, per...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COUKJER 13 day evening, March 29th. This actress-singer who has been so often seen and heard in opera has been for a longtime looking for a attrac tive novelty, and she says she is perfectly satisfied in "Delmonico's at 6." Marie Jansen's last appearance in this city was a year ago when she starred in De Koven's opera, "The Fencing Master." She is regarded as one of the foremost operatic-comediennes in the country. The company supporting her contains a number of people who have been seen in this city. E. E. Rice's spectacular extravaganza, "1-102,'" will be presented at the Lansing theatre Monday, March 23. In "1492" Mr. Rice has the greatest success of his theatrical career. It ran all of last sea son in New Yor : and this season has been presented to crowded houses in all of the principal cities. The burlesque abounds, as have all Rice's productions, in pretty girls with shapely limbs, new songs and specialties, etc. There is a very large company with well known principals and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

14 THE COURIER CALIFORNIA AND UTAH EXCURSIONS The Burlington runs on every Thursday a tourist sleeper, leaving Lincoln at 12:15 p. m. for Salt Lake, San Francifcco and Los Angeles. Only $5 for a double berth, Lin coln to Los Angeles. These excursions have proved very successful from the fact that they are conducted personally by a Burlington employee. For full information regarding tickets, apply at Burlington & Missouri depot or city ticket office, corner Tenth and O streets. We have seen a number of watch chains ornamented with a pretty charm in the shape of a watch case opener, which obvi ates the use of a knife or fingernail to open the watch. They are sent free on request by the Keystone Watch Case Company, of Philapelphia, Pa. Your jeweler here may have one for you; if not, send to Philadel phia. The Keystone Watch Case Company is the largest concern of its kind in the world. Its capacity is2500 cases per day. It man ufactures every description of case, but its great speci...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

THE COURIER 15 if - rrv K F. G. ZEHRUIQ. Funke Opera House, 12tn and O Sts. PreBcriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles. FINE DRUGS. Best Soda Water Fountain in he City. Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at tbo Whitebreast. For St. Louis take tbo Missouri Pacific route. City ticket office 1201 O street. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Canon City coal at the Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. II I l. -?lMx3 Grocersi Caters for family trade only. Consequently their goods are the nicest and freshest in the market. Store 1423 O. Tel. 610. Under new management MERCHANTS' HOTEL OMAHA, NEBR. I'AXTOX, IIUI.KTT & DAYKXI'OKT, Proprietor. Special attention to stato trade, guest and commercial travelers. Farnam street electric cars pass tbo door to and from all parts of the city. no Doimrm &a IS THE ONLY DKKT IQUTFjTO THE SOUTH Us. ap.4T.Ajt. aMT.it Mm. imiom. .m and BANKER. ISSUED -:- WEEKLY. Vmi Can't Keep Potted...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 23 March 1895

16 THE COURIER jm LANSING THEATRE JI A. OHXJROU, Manager.. '-"' " " . : - TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 26. - - . '" THE VERSATILE ACTRESS- V -"' KATIE PUTNAM in her new play "the orvi rviME KirvN9' TUESDAY EVENING- MARCH 28. THE GREAT BURLESQUE EXTRAVAGANZA. 1492 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF E. E. RICE. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 29. MARIE JANSEN THE POPULAR OPEAATIC SOUBRETTE - -. &!.. ?r in her most successful comedy BMIKMC0 s jk 6 SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 30. Coming soon GRIFFITHS FAUST. MANAGED BY ED A. CflURCH, .. .;.- -rIMG i ' - . : '"CS

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