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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 18 January 1896

Wy '"f ,CVi it x--v J. THE COURIER. -', I r IE It r I sen, Mrs. Ives Jensen, his wife, first name unknown, Elizabeth Doran, Do ran, her husband, Henrietta Hawley, Hawley .her husband, Stephen M. Prouty, Prouty, his wife, Frank A. Garlock, Paul C. Decrfield, Charles Kloman, C. II. Arnold, first name un known, Thcron Cummins, and Harry T. Noble as T. Cummins & Co., will take notice that on the 27th day of July, 1895, tho Davenport Savings bank filed a pe tition In the district court of 6aid Charles Lang, Benjamin F. Lang, Lee Love, Theodore W. Ivory, Frederick E. Muller. Samuel H. Moss, Mary V. Moss, Ward S.Mills, Sarah E. Mills, E. A. Mills, first name unknown, Mills, first name unknown, C. L. Mills, first name unknown, Frank B. Young, Frank A. Garlock, Paul C. Deerfield. D. C. Mosher. P.O. Mosher, Julian C. Greg ory, Frank Cathers, Charles G. Dawes, M. Burns, Wortendyke & Spelts, A. O. Taylor, first name unknown, Columbia county, against said 'defendants, and National bank, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

ft fc&.r " -5 if. ii&i4 Vflb 5? ""3Fe & t VOI.11.NO. 4. ESTABLISHED IN 18S6 PRICE FIVE CENTS r BBSs BBS? BBBl BBBi v ?BBBBBBVfr?-T'BBBBTBrBBBfBBrBBB BBfl BBBBBBl 00 .MuBJBBHhBB t B LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY. JANUARY I89C. w OH (S) (S) () able to approach Harrison and Reed and McKitiley and Allison and barter tho franchise of the stato for a paltry mess of official pottage. Patriotic Nebraska republicans do not want to see tho Ne- : braska vote peddled about and hawked entered in THE post office at LINCOLN to the highest bidder for a considera as second-class mattek tion of purely private interest. For thiB " reason and for the further reason that PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY they want this Btate to go to McKinley by they are opposed to anything but ji straight McKinley delegation. THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO. As a beneficiary of President Harri- Offico 217 North Eleventh St. eon. Mr. Rosewater was supposed to Telenhone 384 favor'tho matrimonial-presidential can- " d...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

;. M sFF JGCfi"'t:!&'$'i?rPkm!,Zf' fsB"r VOUll.NO. 4. ESTABLISHED IN 1886 PRICE FIVE CENTS v- T -M -B .Ms?sag5?8S.jy.SjpP3SSfc 'm i J -B-fc V-i .p. 1 LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY. JANUARY 25 IS9G. (Si () W able to approach Harrison and Reed and McKiuley and Allison and barter tho franchise of the state for a paltry mess of official pottage. Patriotic Nebraska republicans do not want to eee the Ne- : braska vote peddled about and hawked entered in the post OFFICE at LiscoLN to the highest bidder for a considera as second-class matter tion of purely private interest. For this reason and for the further reason that PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY they want this state to go to McKinley nr they are opposed to anything but a straight McKinloy delegation. IHE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO. As a beneficiary of President Harri- Offico 217 North Eleventh St. son. Mr. Rosewater was supposed to Tlenhnre 384 favor the matrimonial-presidential can- " didate. But the first choice of tho edi- " tor of...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

''Sfg.tiiasmi'y'fr yr;5?? ajet"'". l(i &mfp3V'rf.- ?3v-r THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ko)! ABSOLUTELY PURE will cost 8300.000 or 81,000,000 does not prevent the enthusiastic Omuhune from pronouncing the success of the move ment when the sum of 810,650 is in sight. Great will be the Trans-Mississippi anil International exposition. People in Lincoln are watching the enterprise with genuine interest. They hope it will be a big success. Some of them are no doubt ready to help make t 60. The application of practical populism to the penitentiary has resulted in a breakingout notof convicts, but of the wardens and deputy warders. Governor Holcomb ought to keep his penitentiary officials under lock and key. Iho Lincoln police force ib kept busy arresting released convicts. It has not time to cha60 offending pen officials. Ex President Harrison became a con tributor to the Ladies Homo Journal. Then ho "announced hi3 engagement" Hko any youth o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

ggsrary.js:.. ..rrrzirmJwtUK JHLu : ,' . wuj5- ?a r if--- $.& 1.V" v"' --v; THZCOUKIBR. ) -c I- Chancellor MacLean. Judge Dundy continued to the May term all the criminal cases not other wise disposed of.beforo the federal court commenced its session in this city. So I did not answer before Judge Shiras this week to the charge of "impeding the course of justice." Prior to this Judge Dundy dismissed the order re- quiring me to show cause why I should not be attached for contempt. At the outsot Judge Dundy was for packing me off for Sioux Falls forthwith. Tho extension of the tinio during which I may enjoy equal privileges with Mr. Out calt as a free man, is, it is needless to Bay, most warmly appreciated. THE EDITOR. In the January Nineteenth Century there appears by far the strongest maga zine article of the month, "The Ugli ness of Modern Life," by Ouida. The article is marked by pessimism and even hopelessness, but it is the pessimism and hopelessness of a stern reality. It dr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

"S5r5'iVW$t2!J- - '&?Zte''3rfqmb-?v' ? i s '-i' "ZVfz-Kv- m THB COURIER. K 0. D. Woodward THE STAGE This week "1492," Frederick Wardo, Henry E. Dixey and the Holden Com edy company hare ministered to the pleasure of theatre-going people. Rich ard Harlow's neck and shoulders pro truded through the glitter and nonsense of "1192,' and the female impersonator enacted the role of "Isabella" with the usual burlesquo effectiveness, tho he is not any better than the "Isabella' of a year ago. Bessie Bonehill is a feature of "1492." She sings. The distin guishing characteristic of her singing is that one can understand what she sings. Her expression and enunciation are well nigh perfect. The witticisms of this great extravaganza came just as rapidly as of yore,ind were quite as tak ing. It was in all respects a moat satis factory performance. The only living pictures ever seen in Lincoln were those given in connection with "1492" under the name of Kilayni, the inventor. There have been so...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

'&& '.' -tJ- -? 'Vfc. THE COUftlXR. '- 1 t Mr .- r vs r IN RELATED KEYS Herbert Bateh over a year ago, a somewhat well-known vocal soloist of this city. Sho sat in a prominent place, in a vory prominent dress, and sho giggled and talked, turned her hack to tho music and gesticulated with both hands till tho eyes of many people wero lixed on her. Sho was act ing neither like a lady nor like a musi cian. I know at onco that she could not love music, that sho could not sing well. And when, later, I heard her sing, my opinion was continued. I should like to seo a resolute musician, with a senso of what is duo to his art, a musician who would do in Lincoln what musicians have done in Now York and Chicago, a musician who would, at tho lirst intrusion of conver sation stop short and rebuko tho insolence of the audienco. One or two hero have done this. Ono did it this year, and was said in tho morning paper to have "lost his temper." So far as' I could learn, ho iMrin't lose it. lie...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

5" ,I" iK! ''Sgr'SSV'V CT7-: V.V'3 ir&iMSS THB COURIER. - 'f trs,arorsr?i- - - ------MMMiiiMMnmmimmmn rrx ttk n n ttm n cttk trn. xn xnx n, tt rTT yTTK TOi xTOi TOx f fr jRjl U4 WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS : In view of the outcry made by prot estants against popish interference in this country's affairs it will bo interest ing to see if the Catholics say anything concerning General Ballington Booth's recall to England by his father, the or ganizer of tho Salvation Army move ment. No one on this side appears to know why ho is recalled and perhaps Burmises are not worth paying much at tention to, but General Booth senior i3 said to object to tho rapid Americaniz ation of the order in this country and to be jalous of his own son, and on that son's return to England he is said to have in readiness a man thoroughly English and who will 6tay English, to send as tho general in command of tho American Salvationists. If Father Booth thinks he can keep the Salvation army of America anglicised an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

--- THE COURIER. i& r L'? " yf what never has been accomplished never will bo. Men will probably dis cover the north polo, make good flying machines and live under a regime such as socialists dream of, beforo the tired world burns up. History to tho con trary notwithstanding. Ben Bolt himself must have been a cad to frown at a girl as sweet as Alice until she "trembled with fear." Pudd'nhead Wilson is attracting largo houses and favorable press comment wherever ho plays. Frank Mayo deserves his success. It is pathetic, however, that recognition should como so late. He has been a conscientious artist all his life, worked hard and had ideals, but fame has only beckoned him until ho arrived in Mark 1 wain's play, wherein famo takes hold of his hand to walk with him through tho rest of his life. Puda'nhead and Frank Mayo are aliko in character. Mark Twain's hero is a keen minded old scientist slightly em bittered by a life-long snubbing from his neighbors and relatives who think him...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

'-- -h f THS COURIEK. THROUGH A SPECTRUM MVMvlMw Groijag: Goiiiju: Tt vlll soon 1b gone I- 1 m In last week's Courier Mr.H.E. New branch critic, litorateur, patriot, phil osooher makes exceeding merry over the abovo heading under which I had commented briefly upon some of the "productions" of his versatile mind. I suppose no one ever literally looked through a newspaper or a book, and yet these expressions are very common figures of speech. Mr. Newbranch had been using colored glasses and I took his use of the phraso to be a similarly figurative one, and supposed he was writing do A'n his analysis of the things he saw after passing them through these prettily colored glasses. It oc curred to mo that if I should, in that same sense, look "through," look over, examine the spectrum ho had thus made I might lead him to the contemplation of the true spectroscope which carries a ray of lijht from the object examined through a pure white prism and makes a truthful record of that object. An...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

!5P wgfrGW&w&m8yw& f-T V "V THE COURIER. i rsi ?- e?- - biguity. Tbo last and main ovont of the program was a farce, "The Bicycl ers," by John Kendrick Bangs. It is funny throughout and has tho advant age of no marked principle solos all tho actors coming in for a fair show of their ability. And ability they certainly showed. Keeno Abbott did not indulgo so much as usual in his clownish tend encies, anu in tho character of "Thad deus Perkins' kept tho audience laugh ing. Rob Manley as "Bob Yanlsloy" found a character which 6eemed to co incide perfectly with his own. Ed Ilager as "Jack Barlow" showed so-no-what less ease and naturalness, and J. N. Shrove as the scoffer, "Edward Brad ley," maintained a delightful virginity of manner. Miss 0. C Purington acted a minor part in "Jennie,'" the maid. Mrs. Will Pillsbury as "Mrs. Bradley," did not appear altogether natural; her posing was exceedingly graceful. Per haps the best acted role of the farce was that of Miss Snioyer as...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

V.- , I J: --. w,.i m- J-v?-wr' vry-Tv- "3r THX COURIZK. r P I rk I a, h I I f I. m I5 middle of next month. It is said that Leap Year ideas will be applied to this party. Commencing with the holidays Lin coln society has indulged in a very un usual gayety. Not in several years has there been so much "going on," and the probability is that the pace will be maintained until the beginning of Lent. Mrs. W. F. Kelley has returned from Mt. Pleasant, la., where she spent sev eral weeks visiting her parents. The next event in the Patriarchs' list will probably be a fancy dre68 party, to be given some time next month. Next week the State Press association will meet in Lincoln Thursday and Friday. There will be a banquet at the Lincoln hotel, a reception to the ladies, and other social features. The quarterly recital of the Lincoln Nebraska conservatory of music, will be given January 27, in the conserva tory hall. A Shubert program will be given by the faculty and students of the Nebraska c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 25 January 1896

g 5r?rg? --'Vr 3 T, " V I - THE COURIER. c H : I H i lih I i f sen, Mrs. Ives Jensen, his wife, first name unknown, Elizabeth Doran, Doran, her husband, Henrietta Hawley, Hawley.her husband, Stephen M. Prouty, Prouty, his wife, Frank A. Garlock, Paul C. Dcerfield, Charles Kloman, C. II. Arnold, first name un known, Theron Cummins, and Harry T. Noble as T. Cummins & Co., will take notice that on the 27th day of July, 1895, the Davenport Savings bank filed a pe tition in the district court of said county, against said defendants, and that by order of said court Mary M. Pitcher has been substituted as plain tiff in said cause, the object and prayer of which petition are to foreclose a cer tain mortgage, executed by Charles D. Pitcher and Cora K. Pitchei, LeGrand M. Baldwin and Aurora M. Baldwin, to the Davenport Savings bank, and by it assigned to Mary M. Pitcher, plain tiff herein, on the following described propertv: Blocks 18. 19, 20. 21, 2T, 26, 28, 14, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45. .T9....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

i - ' s !. j ,j- mck'rpn rrsyrg?rr'g V01ll.NO. 5. ESTABLISHED IN 1SSG PRICn FiVE CENTS LINCOLN. NEB., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1 I89G. ENTERED IS THE POST OFFICE AT LIN'COLX AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEK PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY THE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING GO. Office 217 Xortli Eleventh St. Telephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS Editor and Manager Associate Editor been criticised in theso columns. The propriety of somo of his methods and statements has been questioned. But withal he succeeded in doing what ho set out to do. He awakened a wide spread interest in Nebraska. His letters showed that there arc many worse places than Nebraska, that in fact, there are few better places. They provoked discussion and set people to thinking, and from theso letters has come a healthy, all-pervading sonti ruent. Tho World-Herald and other papers have sinco taken up the refrain and it has been demonstrated beyond all per-adventure, by irrefutable Tacts and figures, that Nebraska, even in the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

&&i&mf$sm THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening PowersLatest U. S. Gov't Report ROSSES ABSOLUTELY PURE thins; stronger than water found its way to the ball room. Social revellers were wont to make early retirement. But nowico water waits on the punch bowl and the mild and melting sherbet is abashed in the presence of delectable and moro frolicsome concoctions. Very few people make any objection to the liquid refreshment offered at large social gatherings. It has been observed that the punch has a habit of waxing stronger as the hour waxee later. And people seem to be so much thirstier than they used to be. It must be that the two-step makes one thirstier than the old time waltz. And people dance longer than they used to and the parties commence later. Lincoln is progressing. In Kansas the progression s such that at card and dancing parties, water, sherbet, punch, and all their fanciful fellows have been dis carded for beer and whisky, which are taken undisguisedly and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

THE COURIER. sc k tional convention will be marked by a struggle between the political bosses and what may bo called tho rank and tile. The bosses are not for McKinloy. And it's greatly to his credit. Even the Journal has caught some thing of the McKinloy enthusiasm that is abroad in this state. When an en thusiasm Teaches the Journal it comes pretty nearly being all pervading. John C. Watson, of Nebraska City, is reported by the Journal as saying: "I am for McKinloy, but I hope the national delegation from Nebraska will not be sent under instructions, for the simplo reason that if the state should happen to want something an instructed dele gation would never bo able to got it." Should the state happen to want so mo thing. Say rather if some aspiring poli tician should want something. It may be accepted as (rue that tho men who are opposed to instructions are a good deal moro interested in gotting some thing for themselves than thoy aro in advancing tho causo of McKinloy. They are ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

Jv-fT'-"" "&! THB COURIER. OBSERVATIONS THE MEASURE OF A MAN. :-d s. ?Zg Sl;p:ri:ri. 18q0 le r t Continued from page 5 no danger that Nebraska will be slighted in the disposition of patronage. It will not be necessary to make trades or in dulge in threats. The bids received on the city refund ing bonds were opened at the council meeting last Monday evening. There were three bids submitted, two of which were for u currency bond, as provided by the vote authorizing the issue. The third and successful bid was for a gold bond and came, as the successful bid for municipal contracts has been in the habit of coming, from Air. Elmer Steph enson. His bid provides for a gold bond bearing 4 per cent interest due in twenty years and payable after ton, for which ho is to pay the city par and accrued interest. The amount of bonds to bo issued is to be determined by the council. Mr. Stephenson is to have four months time ic which to complete his contract and the contract contains a stipulation...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

Ljsetastscca 7 "' !f- L l" - i" - " THE STAGE This week tlio Woodward Theatre company and Daniel Sully at tlio Lan sing, and "Wans" at the Funke, raado ud the bu in ot theatrical entertainment. HenryDixey.n reiniuisconceof his former self, appeared in a mediocro play at the Lansing last Friday night. Dixey is no longer Adonis. Sully has a few faithful admirers. The Woodward company has amused a large number of people. "Wang"' sans Hopper, was voted by many as goo.1 a "Wang" with Hopper. Next week we wi'I havj tlio Iloldens, James O'Neil and Al Field' minstrels. ANNOUNCEMENTS James CNjill in "Monte Cristo" is an attraction that never fails to draw audi ences, and his return to the Laneing ww r ymm$ next Wednesday will undoubtedly be made a popular event. "Monte Cristo" will bo put on with all the original splendor and interpreted by a conipe- fjg&$Mx tent company. In the public estimation among romantic actors, O'Neill stands facile princeps. He has the picturesque ness of Fetche...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 1 February 1896

jMMiHMWPW;WP!'tf'!Py -j. .Tt.ggLjMirtJipwgiH Y-m PHONE 335 A. L. THOMAS, Manager WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Two weeks ago a firm on O Street ad vertised that it would eel! Bilk on the following Monday for nine cents a yard, eale to begin at nino a. m. On Monday morning an hour before the doors were opened a crowd waited in front of the doors. When they were opened the crowd surgea in and hands of all sizes and colors began to grab at things. The first two pieces of silk that a cus tomersuccoeded in getting the distracted clerk to pass out to him were immed iately torn into small pieces by the mob. When it saw that it was defeating itself it was subdued somewhat and the mem bers of it decided to wait their turn and give the first comers a chance. The clerk said: "Ladies! Ladies! remember that you are ladies' to deaf ears. A fire in a theatre and a silk sale are attacks on inherited and acquired culture that ladies and gentlemen do not resist. The house in questio...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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