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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

-j5 -srr - 3T- -r "Ai"y - " T" tJ v-- - "VV - v--J - THE COURIER. 1 i THE STAGE Alexander Salvini played D'Artag nan at the Lansing on Tuesday night to good business, very good, considering what other men as good as he have played to. Ihe audience was enthus iastic and applauded with frequency and vigor. The tint time I saw Sal vini in this play the action was so rapid and there was so much of it I overlook ed the detail and the unconscious touches that the son of his father mould naturally put in, not so much for the audience as for his own satis faction. On seeing him again I find the detail is not there. Sal vim's D'Artagnan is a poser. He is a graceful young man with his body in good control, iiis exit in.every scene is through a window, head first or feet first. He uses his fist to break in doors, his feet to kick, and between times his sword constantly. D'Artagnan is not Dumas musketeer exactly. D'Artagnan of the book has spells of thinking. He does not make so much of "Bob." ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

p-n' 533(fc.y- - -i" ". ?&z r-- ' :Y - ')i THBCOUUBK. I s? ft IM U r f r v ir r Wtv-vty IN RELATED KEYS Hekbkbt Bath ;eys I The Unirersalist concert was of rather light music. There were a few notable exceptions. The Schuberth Romania had great pathetic strength. Its plead isg subject moved one strongly, rising and falling with passionate pulsings. It had something of the Chopin spirit, something of the complaint of the G minor nocturne. 11 he Scherao was wil fully brilliant, with a queer subject in long skips, varied with very delicate passages. The Beethoven Allegro kept one busy; it was full of odd turns, now here, bow there, impulsive, pretty, keep ing one always in wonder as to what it would do next. Beethoven, at his lighter moods, has a good deal of the child or the playful kitten. He lets himself go, regardless of decorum or precedent, in a wild game of "follow your leader.' And the listener likes the chase. The Mozart Quoniam from the Mass in G ended the concert. It has...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

THB COURIER. IKE OPERA HE 13 r r.iMTiaTTTKrr. t .a.AA.xvx JvLttnajLjeir IE OPERA HOUSE T ue si CL ety ORGHESTRAb CONGERT AUGUST HAGBNOW, XMrector Assisted by Vocal Qtaairtet MRS. C. S. LIPPJNCOTT, Soprano MINNIE ROTHSCHILD HERZOG, Pianist. MR. CHARLES HAG ENOW. Violinist. Seats Reserved Saturday, February 22nd at Dunn's Drug Store. MRS. LIPPINCOTT, MISS EUGENIA GETNER. MR. II. J. W. SEAMARK. MR W. K. TUTTLE $100 DOLLARS REWARD 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas ono 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 treateuent. 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 constitution and assisti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 22 February 1896

igS. Sfig0 yiui-i.;i-vJ?:-. - THI COUEIES. O O00000000CO2 - n At it 1 m I 1 V SffiHITIlllI :afi,l0'rieel,4o tie -wiefilman or vju;BBI1flihHmiyiEi3irfi,33iBrBpacL wbeel woman sending an lie aargefit OxdersifarsuTgle paces are semiuyaraHi, number .ofpaiasnbscriptinns, yearly or postpaid. mm. a.--i.-ii ssLsysjSSStss foe given -away wifliDirt any xestnciiruis afircmts extra per pack- CTCLE PMOTOGRAPSS ATHLETIC TSOTOSRAPBS g PHOTOGRAPHS OF BABIES 0 THOTOGRAPHSOFGBOTPS HXTERIOS VIEWS 0 absolutely lree iidreHE, JaHK Sebastuk. GP -& Chicago Actual lime traveling. 37iouxsDSaltLake. Sig- ioBis lo Pariland. 3K lours IoILde Angeles. PIMMff A .comlartable CefilnrnTa lap -can 3ie taken tn'ery Tiurs3By at IftiTH) a. an. an a Susy's Pile Suppcsiinrr througilonriitf sleeping .cax,Jjinc:ihi lo jruarauiaaa lo cure PHes" and Con ILob Angelas -without .change vaa lie graiQaa.'armiaDeT a-elnnad. SO-cants Burlington, member this -wion otr- jrirSenfl two stamps lor surmlsr Tanging lor your -winter tap....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

' a ''jsr-'- VOL 11 .NO. 9 ESTABLISHED IN 138S PRICE BVS CENTS - Z-tZCfc fUlza-UsxJl foa-yc 2 rf-. T -. & ,flR:3itJ X i LINCOLN NEB SATURDAY. FEBRUARYS) IS95. ESTEXKD IS THS TOST OTTCCE XT tlXCOUf AS SBOOXB-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY bi II CHItlfR KIIIIK MO MSillG 01 OSc 217 North Eleventh St. Telephone 384 W. HORTOX SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS Editor and Manager Associate Editor Subscription Bates In Advance Per annum 82.00 Six months 1-5 Three months 50 One month 20 Singlecopies s that the explosion of virtue bad plenty bitiocs and is in the McKinley more- happens that the league is largdy coa- of witnesses. It all came about through rot-nt for purely selfish reasons; that ia posd of men who are not at the beck somebody's agitating the adoption of returc for the support ot the Nebraska and call of the railroads and the ma- the Crawford county system of voting, delegation he will receive the promise chine, and undoubtedly the great ma- This system, with modifications seeme...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

T3SC SEEBsEEC tJ If .-j1 I ii J -i-ti- . ... . , .m lieJlBraibcmi QnttifUilij- B witf ttiaC ffmreSaLtiiMMTr.ffimngSi tfia: malum JaqptoKOTxVlTM iUj:KaW iar Ufc.brc3BW BWlBiOfeK!iaffauwdikincttaciiiHr- oC ttiiE critics, wan) fiankiW gaM a ataia aHBat m 3 mentt 11c tliias dfeetltaR lb Hs HE&vtf2pplajrwE paeir amn aduttE tiia k L & H IEflfl Hh saidl tfcHt tiiie critlcisma? wSiiftGamii'nff'aEHltoliniaiiftxjmnaji, liyiyM H OjSmMIftK illiixl Haw agtyacaS iit. tfie cannmiaet. JUIdiiswaE displeasing . HtPjH Bl mm 00 column: Bar Ikmi unduly- vamu GacDlinKarHfei3ani2toX.Suvc. 3Tt: IUBI amamaaaBiawaaaBaaBBBi "& ttutuurpnBeroCiniarGauKKranxti esicanatlifflraiTab.EIiv.tfs attrnrtiuiL, H m m0MK0MmPT tliimu(lcnlUttoaartlieritinifflH; willlapgearr iru tiie dtrj amfl Hw JL H r MMMB K pVLrVplplflm n ireljj' ftanardatf andl BonesT,, aatS tUfe HbjtfedinjElinnHj.aUIaCtSffi newaganer m aaafaaaw amtiftavyMrwia; feiHpcaiTiedlautL. Carae wflliBcdJmiaflmiHBwm totfiifctiiiiHnv JM0000J0m0BK iKw was...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

MJBfeammB amiS - unr THX COURTEJL helbtorafe, Xb caravans, no per- a candidate far the gubernatorial nomi sanally eosowcied dromedary parties oatroc. says the St. Pan! RecabEcaa Ccrfeaa- fet gotcff to make h5s wJ"th. pub&hed is. Mr. Cadys Lime caseEkaaap itself far tie sake- of get- tiisudety- So tile Kan. who wants a F- L. Whedbc, editor of tne Ream -new party waat to have it to himself. wra- hopes togetii jab back. The ideal oor tro faother h S-SSag party far a persoe who simply wants to Eean. instairitiba by havinir. freckTes express ftnrnrTf. and has no fevered Pa:te,i & otxr cW and otherwise at yearninstoaccoeanytMor en- gSSSiTfJJr" spring 1890 grave himself opon pafcEr opinion or we feck so foes: as we wsembu J1 Wool the trisea. coassts of ooe person only. arrrf that gersoehas a casifortable mon opoly and js in. no dinger of being crowded."" THEEDITOB THE PRESS AND THE STATE. C. J. Bowiby, of the Crete Democrat, doesht think there is any danger of X. S-Harwood "napping...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

?qBsy' $0& 2jtj$&!jP&&&'" ' aPttHM1 HWI'SJ'ffMjK THM COUEIEK- kit ,t 1; I 1 l i K . j 1SV ii ; m m m Ul tbemoiexbvibmiwl object. and sirumeuts. dbe different Jbreads are bemorejaTpet-W- Xhe seW-wis. ay:ioJollow. npuKor.orsau,-aeon boeeq more intwU 6 n riw7.wn " riDef ,f IcojrfiiDfi.li.e ioueoioue iu Web dk color. Juheon:he each line -that ne subject developed and va- ljts own tinUogmdeihe ear through ried 'ow it was jo voe instrument, Ibemaze- itietobehopedihatoxcbes jjoir'J-SBotbooir soft.wjoudnow lral .concert ma be etilJ more common loir,nowatJUeakoeck peed, xitbal- here. Mr.iiagenow deserves the great welhe .impression of UewiHuioese- est credit Jortbe work iehasdooe. It "Xte& s x) subject ibe composer ;istobe.boped:that be wilJ find enough seemed -to a, "od J shall do just what support to enable biio 1o go on. HEARD AT Tflis JHIfcHAHMCW- JC COKGERT MADEMOISlfekE MARGONNOT I please with Ztf The jo iGiovanni Overture was pleed witb spirit- 'The orchestra ....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

THE COURIER. Cm 6 6 C ELEANOR'S LETTER DearS I agree with you that Lin Weaver from Chicago, is visiting her. coin was never more interesting, socially, Miss Ura Kelley arrived on Thursday than now, though it might be a great to visit Alice Righter and some or her deal more interesting it there were more other friends. Miss Righter gave a available unmarried men. There is an chafing dish supper in her studio for opening in this town for ten or fifteen Miss Kelley. proper men, single, between the ages of Society has been pretty gay here on 23 and 30. account of the joung ladies visiting Ln- At the Pleasant Hour party last Fri- coin. Even Lent has had no effect on day night the girls looked lovely. Miss the pace, I do not iike to say it, such Grace Oakley was gowned in black a statement is enough to clouu the fash satin, trimmed with large, red silk roeee. ionable future of any place, but it is I thought her one of the very prettiest a fact. Even Episcopalians do not girls in the room....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

r TH1 COURIER. U" z m iJW hi Hit i m ' itj'i'i1 i' '' '' e WE AND OUR NEIGHBORRS irTBIGTlIT EieonoraDuse and Sarah Bernhardt, power is greater thin Bernhardfs for the spirit and the flesh, are in Sew York it is the power of train wnue rcrn- The Bernhardt lost ner care- an.u i njCi-" aeain fully nurtured self-control and told a reporter what she really thought of the greater woman and actress. Here is what she said to a Dramatic Mirror re porter: "Have you seen SSignora Duse?" "Yes. I saw her in London. I watched her performance of Camelias and Fedora. The pleasure of seeing the greatest French, German or Italian actors in this country is lessened because most of us do not understand tbem. Dra matic genius is apparently confined to the United States, England, France, La Dame aur Germany and iiaiy. inemure u k She was admir- of international xepuiauon nu uuj i .ki. ; th Kt nlav. bnt the latter was learn his repertory in three languages completely bevond her grasp. besides.his own. Aft...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

' "" UJi!JIfA?g?!BBrM THE COURIER. everything that works. Under these conditions how can there be a town and gown? Gown is the offspring of town. He works in Town'sa restaurants, milks his c"wb, curries Town's horses and his own brains at the same time. Town is the employer, the aristocrat aud Gown will And it difficult to complete his ed ucation it Town withdraws hip patron age. So it behooves him to keep a civil tongue in his head and show Town gentle manners. The last number of the ebraska Literary Magazine, published quarterly . by the English club of the state univer sity, has arrived. It is a magazine about as thick but wider than Harper'sMonth ly. Printed on heavy paper with wide margins the mechanical appear ance is worthy of its literary excellence. The frontispiece is a good likeness ofMrs. A. W. Field, who contributes an article on women's clubs. The ignorant and prejudiced can not claim the excuse of Buch adjectives since the appearance of Mrs. Bryan's and .Mrs. Field's ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

3SR.-C THE COURIER. '-3r-Vv a-r - M ! .- I tv w f I Hi 123 ' (Hi i ,m ! , e I! ANNOUNCEMENTS Wherever the name of "Si Plunkard'' is mentioned, where he has been be fore, the dullest face becomes bright with the thought of the good-natured Yaukee farmer, who has caused eo many to hold their sides in laughter at his peculiarities. He is not an imaginary character, but one which you can meet any day by visiting small country towns. Heisnotamat. of educaiion, but Bira plp a Simon-pure Yaukee farmer, whose honesty has no equal, and whose home is always open to ihe weary traveler "Si Plunkard" is not a jumble , but a JQUtPumim& aSBTJaaSfsPaaaaBfiBaaaaaaaaV . i.ti A. - aRPi jfe awu lOWW WE CARD well diversified and exceptionally strong and interesting comedy with a plot taken from everyday life. It shows the traps and snares set for the innocent and unsophisticated public. It is a play that any one can take a lesson from. While so constructed as to cause laugh ter as well as impart kno...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

f - -js5s "sop- r-'y ,?"e"! THE COURIER. I MONEY AND BANKS Since the question of what to do with the greenbacks, and if they are retired, with what to replace them, is being agitated again in congress, and all over the country for that matter some fig ures and extracts relating to the cur rency question from the last report of the comptroller of the currency may be of interest. The administration, a large majority of the bankers of the country, and a good many members of both political parties are strongly in favor of retiring the 346 million of greenbacks at present outstanding and replacing them with national bank circulation. Under present conditions the national banks are taking out the minimum amount of circulation allowed by law and republican and democratic secre taries of the treasury andcomptrollers of the currency have alike urged upon con gress to remove some of the restrictions now placed upon national bank circula tion, and thus induce the banks to in crease their note ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

'"-- --.w- THE COURIER. cs Il r if.. 2 s THROUGH COLORED GLASSES I Nothing in This World He stopped, and allowed his boot clad, feet to sink ankle deep in the thick oozy mud. From his lips there came a sound that was a half aeob and half a groan. He was tired, so tired, and hungry and wet. He lifted his' head and looked, bout him. Ihe rain was fall ing with a steady noiseless drizzle as it had been falling for days. It encom passed and submerged the landscape with a gray and murky covering of woe. The lonesome country road was a nar row streak of mud extending in a straight black line through the brown and barren fields. Far in the distance a single farm house broke the monotony of the perspective standing solitary and alone, lost in the wilderness of desola tion. A lonesome little clump of trees lay between, their leafless, scrawny branches uplifted in mute supplication to the pitiless grim sky. The thin and haggard face of the wanderer was blanched with a peculiar, deathlike pallo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 29 February 1896

Wec' THE COURIER. m We are having a pant sale that is taking well DID YOU SAY? INN PtOPfcE have wheele Kind or another, and there are many i. u ,""", "l ueeiB. mciuuiug, those in the head wheels good, bad and indifferent. W UIUCCKC W V rtUftL Q I S a T Fy-'f w . wr!.'wf''li ',,u -i ii j'u i u ji SOWS y?ffv...w.jaJ;vJoJv.aJL'S?0;5T? .'i : a w w I K OUT Aoere are some wheels bo much better than JB Qll 1 other wheels that they really belong in a class tfe apart. They are a class all hv thmtoi.. They are good wheels -the best has them nobody else in Lincoln has. If you are thinking of pur- line you cannot afford to neglect calling on him. CPAjlCHt W7 - -j Sterling Syracuse Overland Magnet I GEO. A. CRANCBR 1134 0 ST. Pants worthfrom $4. to $6. at Suits, former price $15 and $12.50 now Overcoats- and ulsters 20 per cent off Several lines of under wear at from 1-3 to 1-2 off $3 10 k) Si -'- - .-; .rflS BICYCLE SUNDRIES 111 CHI $100 DOLLARS REWARD 3100 The readers of this paper will be ple...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

r f ..VO.airNO. 10. ESTABLISHED IN 1886 PRICE FIVE CENTb - '. Sj h - r;B-ii m v -a LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. MARCH 1890 wMSiM: - ruliU Atlantic Islands, etc . at 357.37n.nnn. nr Csawa,'0 with scattering settlements, 3SO,200,000. In Asia, according to a recent count, there are 851.000.001 nfnmns AiH ?n TMl) " .,. ., ,--,- . ... Ainca mere are not less than Itn.OOO.OOO people. In brief the Omaha show, with entered ix THE post orFicE at lixcolx all its pomp and panoply, will appeal to A9 SECOND-CLASS MATTES 1 JOT 0(11 nrtl n.cnnn . I i,-ioi,uui,UUl persons, worth, upproxt- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Z' V IXJU.OUO.Ol. OI course there will be a BT number of children born between now THE COURIER PRINTING UNO PUBLISHING GO. SlSlT ""n hthem will not care to attend the Omaha ex Office 217 North Eleventh St. position by that time every town in Nebraska will have the curfew. But is TnKrro ?A4 n tne e' 'mmen''0 anc' ought not the ' " Irans-Mississippi show, with a tribu- : tary population cuch as i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

n-wrr e - : , : -v w THE COURIER. Higfc of all in Leraaiog PowersLate U. & Gov't Report ABMUmCY PURE Mr. Mandereon announce that he does not want his name presented at tit. Louis until McKinley is out of the way and psace would be restored. This is reasonable and fair. Nobody knows better than Maoderson that it would be use less to present his name until McKinley k disposed of. If McKinley is going to be nominated Mandereon cannot block the way. If he is defeated, then will be the time to bring out Mr. Mandereon. Farmers and others who left Nebraska in the last two years are reported to be making their way back to this state. A any field for it In this city the officers of the Army of the Lord have been un successful in their attempt to make a short cut to righteousness, or rather to lead the multitude through a short cut to righteousness. Cleanliness is next to Godliness, In Lincoln the army has sought to make the people Godly before making them cleanly. A noticeable feature of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

yi - . r ' ?1 - THBCOUUBK. t fJ' -4 1 -X .-e- 3 2 1 V-, fefc IN RELTED KEYS i Herbkkt Bates There was not much new music at last Sunday's music nervice. Almost every number has been heard before at one or another of the concerts. Not that this was objectionable, especially as all the numbers could bear repetition. The Allegro from Hayden, op. 76, No. 2 h very bright, with most excellent fooling in pompous profundo by the 'cello. Hay dn's originality is always optimistic. His wit is brilliant, spontaneous, unexpec ted. It has nut, indeed, the humor of Beethoven, but it is no liable like Beethoven's brighter moods, to give way to solemnity or even sorrow. Of the two, Haydn is the less profound. His quiet waters rise to no billows, awe with no immensity. They are merely for the "ripplo to run over in its mirth." And for summer pastime, many prefer such to profounder seas. Either Carl Schu berth is very original, or he wat so for tunate as to come upon most original material. HiB work i...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

rj I' THE COUKIKK. If., I - -' te- M ."'O r i ELEANOR'S LETTER Dear S My dear, is there suck aa Ja- for once 1 am sorry I am not invited. Btitutioa as Lent where you are? Ac- Really, I am getting alarmed. I see cordis; to the calendar this is the time visions of a day when nearly all of the for Lest, but society and the calendar rarties that will be given will be for have fallen out and Lent has made an men. Now, you will Bay I am incon inglorious retreat before the triumphant sistent, complaining of too much gayety march of the chating dieb, the great and then finding fault because thero is army of kings, queene, jacks and aces, danger that I will be shut out of a the gay minions of Terpsichore, the few things that are going on. My dear cackle of the kensington and the clamor S , you know very well that the people of the afternoon reception. If it is a who complain of the exactions of society sin to revel in fent the devil muBt be shaking his thin eidss with glee these degenerate d...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

!- ' -J .; COf y-J v Jr V--; -V ": iw. r 'ggjy!,i;iyj? r-72e?i''F&i!!&ei THZ COURIER. V 3:. && The picture was encircled by carnations pink-r-"Tote's" favorite color. Mrs. Frank Hall welcomed and directed the guests as the came in. The other aides were Miss Saunders; Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. W. F. Keller, Mrs. 0. 3. Lippincott, Olive Latta and Grace Oakley. The hostess' gown was a black and white brocaded satin. Mrs. Frank Hall wore black and white striped silk with chiffon waist. Miss Saunders wore garnet silk, Mrs. Wright's gown was a. black brocade the waist trimmed with coral satin, Mrs. Rodgers wore a garnet silk or satin I only caught a glimpse of her through the cracks of the crowd and the texture of her gown glimmered until I could not tell what it was. I wanted to take it, market-woman fashion, between my thumb and finger. Mrs. Kelley wore a pink and green organdie with green satin ribbons; Mrs. Lippincott a white Suisse with pink ribbons. Mrs. Lip pi...

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