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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

I?"E3qprjjWTT3 SSSzESS VOL.11.NO. 7. ESTABLISHED IX 1336 PRICE FIVE CENTb LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 I89G. ox. -Cjil-C H WCWKvE.s? 1?"" rrlarl tr lnnwm 1... V.... . J1...1 Lr . L.IUU LIS 1CU11I LUI1L L1ITI HII Hl'I'liniPII Xoi25'A,X-X - nn t1ona in tltn ..jtntZn. nH3 Vifv' . "v jjawc iu mc iiiutiruiinu uuu nru motion of te business interests which the "principal dailies' have under their -Tj1) ,. care. j. ue average country eauor nas fondly imagined that he, in common evteeed iif the post omcE at LTxcoLs with the great editors or the "standard as secoxd-class kattek dailies , was laboring in the common cause of the welfare and upbuilding PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY of Nebraska. He is doubtless unpre- Br pared for the cold announcement which comes from Mr. Kosewater that the IDE COURIER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. county weeklies have nothing in com- men with the "principal dailies," and he Officer; North Eleventh St. is. perchance, shocked. The excuse is, if the truth must be ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

THK COURIER. n Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE nm found expression in the Nebraska club and other similar enterprises, and Mr. J. W. Johnson was credited with having done much to give this move ment its first real impetus. It is grati fying to note that Mr. John son has since been chosen as the field niarehall of the Nebraska club. There is no one in this state better fitted for this work than he, and I expect to see the new officer of the Nebraska club stand up for Nebraska in a way that will attract wide attention. Some republicans in Nebraska are said to regard Senator Allison's presi dential aspirations with favor. Allison is a good man. There are many good men whom the republicans of this state would hardly like to support for the nomination for president. The Iowan is enveloped in an atmosphere of frig idity. Ue has the iciness of disposition that is one of the unfortunate charac teristics of Benjamin Harrison. If Alli ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

"J' -;' i" t vsS1 " -mf-- Mr- - " THE COURIER. the pushing forward of Mr. Manderson might hare searched a long time and iaapart of the scheme to take Nebraska not found a better man than Mr. White out of the McKiniey column." In the head. The new appointee was one of same article the News insinuates that the prominent members of the legislu Mr. Manderson's supposed candidacy is ture of seven years ago, and there was a in the interest of the Burlington road, number of clever men in that session. remarking: "The News has it from un doubted political authority that the Burlington has been looking with sus picious eye upon Senator Thurston's Mr. Whitehead lived in a sod house, out in Custer county, and he came to the legislature direct from the fields, lie was a plain man, and at first he didn't taking the reins into his own hands andv attract much attention. After uwhilo controlling the delegation to the na tional convention, believing it .to be a move on the part of the Union Pacific,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

'f -fiK'Tr'sj-s-'v' 4t "r't v-'3id;-Tvarr5S?x's "- f J'B - V- t ini a. JH COUREEat - j -K5K.; y WbT. TH Lt It F t I I r lr i aw Butte. Neb., is probably Id one of the lignite beds io that section." This caused the watchful Mr. Dana of the New fork Sua to remark: 'That ia the usual materialistic attempt t) Mod a matter-of-fact explanation for a surprk ag psychic! and mental phenomenon.' On Wednesday the Hon. William Jen nings Bryan, the Boy Orator of the Platte, mate his usual sixteen hour speech on silver at Butte. On Thurs day moraiag all northeastern Nebraska, not merely the lignite beds, but the snow oa the surface and the immemorial bowels of the earth, was burning with a fierce though silver-colored flame. There is no way of putting that fire out. It will burn down to the antipodes, and the Hon. William Jennings Bryan will fol low his own persuasive voice through the fiery tunnel so created to the other face of the earth. He will be talking 16 to 1 to the unhappy Hottentots by ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

V-" ." "'- vT $. .- - ,'.t- j -ebJpdg. -'"A"5' ' v; THE COURIER. '.V - numerous small parties. The JHBior promenade tilled the dining room, ordi nary and rotunda of the Lincoln with youth, the scent of roses and a bloom that waa not of the rose, but such as will not fade for years to ccme years will rub it out. Little the dancers on Wednesday night though, cared for Time's distant menace. They had a good time with all a student's abandon. Tbe dancing was of a quality hesitat ing, uopracticed, apologetic they did nat care for this either. The regents are . doing a hard-working, manly set of men and beautiful girls, who of course enjoy each other's society, a great injustice by not allowing them a mouthly party in the armory. Tbe man who is unable to appreciate the educational advantages of a dancing party deserves not to have any constituency tbe politicians dream, or to have it get up and leave him stand ing in the middle of the floor the poli tician's eight mare. Tbe regent who ins...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

- -- "JOWXimW! ') fr .-& '"r,?! ywwCTtH.W.1 ; r.Jii ;.m ' ac 33 3 jf THX COURIEB. A BIG HIT WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS 5 Twenty yean of continuous residence n the game community has a tendency to en-Hie ennui in the old settler, but it is not without its recompense in afford ing material for comparisons and con clusions. Many people have lived and died and been forgotten in Lincoln as in other places. Others have lived and died and have not been forgotten and will aot be because they were men of unusual force and character. Their phrases, their way of doing business, their precedents judicial and financial have impressed themselves on their con temporaries, who in turn influence the younger men. They will pass It on to the third and fourth generation and it will not be effaced even then. Some times pioneers do not realize the endur ing character of the stamp they put on a new place or they might be more care ful to make the die worthy of eternity. The faces stamped on Lincoln's coin e...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

.'" J"' "wn ?,' ' "-i yi ' MflFw W" & . fwvc- 7 " "?&&&: & TH COURIER. -J -??$$h VOW"-. r they leave the house without affecting in the. least that suffusion of feeling when they shall again see virtue triumph on the stage. Whether such a book as this which makes the criminal a high-minded, generous gentleman and engages your sympathies for his in spite of yourself ia healthful is doubt ful. It belongs in the saute class as "La Dame Aux Camellias' in so far as it makes the person and nearly all the character of the criminal adorable. Of course the style is not to be compared to Dumas to whom words were subject genii and did his will forever with in stant power. They are alike in apothe osizing the criminal and they both al low crime to, destroy their hero and heroine's happiness and after long tor ture to give their bodies to death. Their crimes do not allow them to be happy or even to live. The only question is can a real Camille or a real thief be so charming, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

Sitf " "-crS tCKt -?Vc9IHiBHIiEBmHRlHIIHVnHHHH t r moo HITORY AND REMINISCENCE JatAmos Babrkt "1 W?0iSll !TO mmmmm wws It i IIP (Continued from last week) It wu claimed tbat the Pawn killed a white nan near Columbus, but I never beard it proved. I have known at leaat three cases in which Indiana have been killed by white men near here. I then lived on the main mil itary read on which all the travel came and west,, and I should have heard of each killings within two or three days. We often had Indian scares. At one time in 1863 nearly all the settlers went to Columbus and fortified the place but it was found out afterwards that no hostile Indian had been whithin forty miles of the place. H. M. KEMP. Schctlrr, Neb., April 29, 1895. As I can't remember the exact dates, I will only come as near as I can. About Feb- about that that one Elder Shinn of Omaha, a Baptist preacher, conceived the idea of building a ferryboat on the Patte river, seventy five miles west of Omaha, near my bouse. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

TV$-' i--" -- ' THE: COURIER. srw fe -. . - fcW 5T 'JB J. 55- ft L i IN RELATED KEYS Hkbbekt Bates The 8ucday concert at the Universal is? church drew the usual crowd. A number were turned away. The pro gram was made up, on the whole, of rather H,ht music Gounod, though immensely earnest to himself, is seldom Vj profound. There is always a little eus- ",. picion of gush, of feminine effusiveness. S The only really weighty number was the Andante by ltubinston a compo- ' sition of considerable complexity an d of unmistakable power. Mozart's Turkish march has been heard and corn merited on before. So have the Stilles Glueck and Suesses Errinern. The quartet seemed to do unusually finished work. Miss Florence Worley sang an aria from Rigoletto. She sang with great delicacy of expression and' with much feeling. Her voice, barring a slightly metallic coldness in the upper notes, is very smooth and gives an impression of reserved power. Mr. August Hugenow played the An dan teReligioeo from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

$yf g'JWa-SPWpgjga - 'w ?"- TMBCOUUBS. ! I V! I i ?. if SCHUBERT'S "ERLKOENJG" AN APPRECIATION : : iiiiii lbe singing muter k confronted with the necessity of emphasizing what might be called the physiological Bide of sing ing before he can devote his attention to the aesthetic. The long drudgery of breath control, enunciation, tone pro duction, fluency and extension of range all these things must be acquired, and can only in tha latter stages be com bined with artistic finish in interpreta tion The emotional, the intellectual value of the composition must be s ub ordinated to a rigid carefulness in edu cating that delicate product.the human voice in ?uch a manner that it may not lose its velvety freshness and bloom. But there comes a time (welcomed by master and pupil alike) when a certain spontaneity of voice production, an un conscious yet uncareful correctness of vocal technique allows the study of song, not in its anatomical bareness, but clothed upon with all the graces of bea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

j - ''& THE COURIER. I OPERA BHRUNG Manager fill OPERA HIE TU-esdajr ORGHBSTRAb CONCERT THE ?HiltiM01lG S0CEY AJGTJST .EXACfcEKOVtr, Director Assisted fc5r Vocal Quartet 1 Jims. C. S. LIPPINCOTT, Soprano MRS. LIPPINCOTT, MINNIE ROTHSCHILD HERZOG, Pianist. MISS EUGENIA GETNER. k9 MR. CHARLES HAGENOW. Violinist. i Seats Reserved Saturday, February ' 22nd at Dunn's Drug Store. -If A'. H.J. U. SEAMARK, MR. W. K. TUITLE. 8100 DOLLARS REWARD 8100 Ttie readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to .he medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatetuent. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, cting adirectly 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 constitut...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 15 February 1896

THB COURIER. m Time i Mone' SHE II BY WI JbTSL I BVA bBSM BW BaBt- jk. m A BICYCLE FOR NOTHING. The Pacemaker will give away a high grade, $100 wheel, to the wheelman or wheelwoman sending in the largest number of paid subscriptions, yearly or half yearly, by June 10. The wheel will bo given away without any restrictions absolutely free. A comfortable California trip can be taken every Thursday at 10:30 a. m. in a through tourist sleeping car, Lincoln to Los Angeloa without change via the Burlington. Remember thiB when ar ranging for your winter trip. Depot ticket office, 7th street between P and 8 streets. City office, corner Tenth and Btreets. or more pactca If money order, draff or stamps for Ave packs is received (viz., 50 cents)' we will send them by express, charges paid. Orders for single packs are sent by mail, postpaid. If you want each pack to contain an elegant engraved whist rules, remit with your order 2 centB extra per pack. Address, John Sebastian, G.P A Chicago " Mer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

$? I ('.m " s -&iWi. t, -.-., ,- - 'M- A, I -fi v- 71 " T .V, , g vvnw?'c-' rrr EBr--"r wtr-i"" VOL 11. NO. 8 6STABLISHED IN 1896 PRICE FIVE CENTb LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 I89G. KNTERKD IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY TIE COURIER PfilNTIKG JIND PUBLISHING GO. Offico 217 North Eleventh St. Jelephore 384 up of Mr. Annin's somewhat transparent correspondence. It has been demon strated that a boom for president must have other and a more solid foundation than distorted dispatches sent out by enthusiastic writers for the press. The Manderson "boom" hardly reached the proportions of a boom. The work of other hands than Manderson's was so plainly seen in the sudden dem onstration that the people refused to take the candidacy of the ex-tenator seriously, and the effect has been a con centration of McKinley sentimnt. Mc Kinley is stronger in Nebraska today than before Mandersons name was mentioned. " V. MORTON SMITH Editor and Mana...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

v -. -C rf - -- THS COURIER. Highest of.all in Leavening Power Litest U. S. Gov't Report M Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE trustee, and in many instances the men who hare Bought to be appointed oil inspector or elected sanitary trustee were quite sb able and efficient as the men who tried to obtain the higher of fice. With few exceptions the candi dates for governor, and I am speaking of republican candidates now, have been small men, with nothing to commend them for the office. They have been mere politicians, with a pull of varying length. The governor of Nebraska has a great responsibility resting upon. him. He has to pass upon many questions of vast importance to the people of the state. He must uphold the dignity of the state. There is something for him to do besides write arbor day proclama tions and receive the boys from Jones' Cross Roads. The governor should be a man who is able to measure up to the gubernatorial standard with more sue. cess than the gentleman who now holds t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

--'nKTtW". --- '"VPTXrrvjrt&f THE COURIER. rV( --yre && ky ,) 1 straggled on the' stage of the Lansing theatre. F .The organization otthe Nebraska Mc Kinley club at the Funke opera house Tuesday evening was accompanied by a demonstration in favor of the Ohio Na poleon that must have produced an un pleasant sensation in the minds of Mr. Manderson and his backers, Messrs. Quay and Piatt. The noise of it v as heard clear to Washington. It was an overwhelming success. Senator Thurston did not mince matters in his speech. He discussed the "favorite son' scheme and gave the plain' truth. Thurston is thoroughly in earnest in his fight for McKinley, and he has the sentiment of Nebraska re publicans back of him. In the mean time the B. & M. pass brigade is being marshalled for Manderson, and the rail road lobbyists are exhibiting great zeal in behalf of a Manderson delegation. Pressure will undoubtedly be brought to bear on those who are interested in advancing the cause of M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

-'' 'fJ aSvyeaf rttx&'t-j - - IT-' . - sZ'&z. !WW??ittJe - -; k ''' -, -w - 3- j isi- , i ?.. THK COURIER. the Lincoln Saving bank was run in the aaaae manner aa he and Mother ran the Capital National. The secret of thU activity on the part of Richard ia that Mr. Miller, when before the jury in the Outcalt case atated facts and opinions not calculated to make the ex-cashier of the Capital National bank appear as a man pure and spotless. He is now getting even. The thought may occur to many people that Outcalt would do well to go about his business. Messrs. Miller aBd Barkeley have enjoyed the confidence of the business community and whatever may have been the mis takes in their management, the public is not prepared, at the instance of a man like Outcalt, to believe that there was any wrong doing. THE EDITOR. ttWPOiSWW 5 CO Nebraska's largest department stock We invite you all to visit our store to examine our beautiful line of 4 J ls Kr - ELEANOR'S LETTER NOTE The Courier h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

. , s -t rsc-. L- . tti E ' j- B&f-' - A. VH- - '!. J- V F f. &? 1 " THECOUKIKIt since be left Lincoln. Hw specialties day. both because of Miss Wallace. aregas and politics. I should think gas The people who went say that the and politics would mix well. Mr. Dawes whist club was entertained by Mr. and Vaf tttttft tt TsUSc Ws1sl is staying with his brother, B. G.Dawes. Mrs. J. H. Harley on Wednesday night llUlllllll 111 1 Hid TT Ul Id He has been entertained considerably, royally. More of those abominable stag parties. The number of "visiting girls" re- (s so cneaD as a newSDaBPr whPT-r it h Tuesday Beman Dawes had around his ceived an addition Wednesday in Miss "'7., nemPaPer3 WMl r t Ou board I M Raymond, Judge Holmes, Anderson, of Taylorville, Mo., I think. mPaSUred OIJ the COSl Of its production Or by ttC Geo. A Crancer, Charley and W R She is a guest of Mae Burr. Miss And- VOlUe to the Consumer. We are t'llkina OOOllt Dawes, Morton Smith, 0 A Hanna, D G ersonwasat Miss ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

S -v f "VL. c - " o- iif THK COURIX1L r- i l I tv WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS to man whose The Omaha papers are begiDBing to refer with pride to the traoa-Miasieaippi UKMitioa to be held there in 1996. It k aittie CBrtoua, when" their depend ence oirthe atate is as near as 1896 that the papers iu that Chinese city do not see the necessity ot'11 tDe reet or the state with cordianty. A part is not When alone, in the white of the whirl- . . i .N. iL. incr niorHt as large as me waoie, nowpver targe me -- ,; . . ., ., , .. m0 T. t The grey wolt walks the storm, part be swelled. The Chicago "great " ' dailies" have treated the Illinois roun- v mmm mn rn;n-aiv anil mnwi. Secretary Morton has been attacked a.s t ifBiroiB mim Bkaaiwcvwaj b m a w v - Now God be good reet. On the saow-bliud swirling way, Shall meet the blaze of his hungry gaze. And the snarling fangs that slay. And happy he who sits at home Wheie tne corn-tire smoulders warm. appreci-v atively that when Chicago went to Washington to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

- - - -- .--4f. THE COURIER. '"'Ax,--- "X uaed tu after years as the founds tion ot a splendid fame. The only fault - the story baa is .its brevity. The translator, Abbey L. Alger has made herself of little account and rendered. Renan into English as pure and direct as the Hebraist's French. The little story can be read in an hour, more's the pity. A preface gives Lope of another volume soon to be pvblished containing Henrietta's letters. a Richard Burton in The Bookman ob jects to the frivolous treatment of shall and will. He says the delicate, sensitive use of these auxiliaries is the very touchstone of style and further that it is easy to gain a mastery of them by, five minutes study of this table: A STUDIO MONOLOGUE. r shall 1 1 will 1 Thou wilt . Thou shalt) g He will ' ! c He shall 1 Is We shall f S.2 We will f 5 You will ga You shall I g They will J They shall j Rudyard Kipling's story of J'Qui quern" in a recent number of McOlure's Magazine has a fascination as potent as eny...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

Ui'. r- -."- 5 - A - vr- if THSCOUBIHL MONEY AND BANKS PER CAPITA CIRCULATION 1-G0MG TO I Written for the Courier. Washington D.C.Feb. 10, 1886. The financial problems and all that per tains thereto hare been uppermost in the public mind since the so-called panic or crisis of 1893. Various expe dients have been devised for the avow ed purpose of ameliorating the con ditions surrounding our industrial and commercial interests; but we seem to be as far from the promised land as ever; at least so far as legislative relief is concern ed. The brilliant success of the last bond sale will certainly stimulate confidence, and will possibly direct pub lic attention to the shortcomings of our financial system. A great deal is said about circulation, the per capita rate, generally stated at about $23, and silver advocates are specially industrious in discussing this aspect of the situation. The report of the comptroller of the currency, juot issued from the government printing office, contains ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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