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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

,-' V'Sjt:-: "ftC '.- ;-i 1 5&-' THE COURIER. IT1 !! B- I- WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS I COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP fm i The new type that the Century com- immigration" and done "incalculable in pany has been using has excitea much jury to the state.' To get at the bot comment among people who read and toss of the matter involves a discussion make books. Theodore L. De Vinne in as fo what induces settlers to settle, the March Century has the following to what people generally do with their aay of the quotation marks the company ballads and myths, and what the Cali has adopted. "The so called new quo- fornian meant who recently declared 122 N. 11th St. It will be strictly tint class. Satisfaction guaranteed. The finest bath room in connection with shop. I will be pleased to see all my old customers "W. A. MHVLBM formeily of the Lincoln Hotel --.- v; tation marks are not at all new. Thay may be noticed, in almost the same form as they now appear in this maga zine, in the books of those excel...

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

$&$&?" Bfv--?" . "$ V ' W l . f THI COURIER. ,,"f,:iSTi',??S? m 1"- 5 r yv-- ,1 L if irE: ' u hard; she has done her level best to soften the feelings of her contemporar ies and failed. But she means to go on her old way at seventy-one! and if she can persuade a single soul of the reality of ideal virtue, will eay her time has not been lost. And all will come right. As for the world going to the dogs, or dying of feebleness not a bit of it. Tho groaner only echoes his own miserable condition; new force is springing up on every side of him. This sturdy optim ism can be tolerated when the experi ences of seventy-one years lie behind the speaker's words. The Bookman for March, An admirer of the poem mentioned in these columns last week questions the fairness of criticising a poem by para phrasing it. Ho said, "you can make any poem ridiculous by that treatment and by parenthetical remarks." So? Here is a book called "American Son nets," containing the best sonnets by American w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

ig r &. v " ; ------ ---v THE COURIER. POINTS IN POWTICS The title issue or soft thcll democracy held an official meeting in th s city Inst Saturday night and decided to follow he lead of Speaker Tom Reed m fur aa the city campaign is concerned. There was nothing done. There will henoth ag dohe aud as there can lu nothing done the folio hereof a' forlorn hope ad journed fo meet 'again. This was all they could do and the public will give them credit even for that "Gath, the famous correspondent and political writer, is said to to in imi tator of Tom Smith's style. Me and Austin are great when it comes to run ning politics. He will have the support of the young hs well as the older republicans for he bus lived in thb city many yeare and be has a host of friends who. know his epjendid qlialilcationd to till the office, and bis sterling qualities us a man. I am a republican candidate for city engineer. I have Jived in Lincoln more than twenty eas. Am familiar with its growth, public...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

jS-Tf i?Vw- - Jc--"-, . Zz'" -J W "-i- T THI COURIER. S" - ' -J & . '- THE LINCOLN SYSTEM Is the New Plan a Good One? Some of Its Weak Points. The agitation of the Crawford or us it was called in its amended form, the Lincoln system of voting, had its origin in a proper desire to rescue municipal politics from Borne of the abuses that, for years, hare been practiced. The movement was started and carried to a successful issue by a most reputable element of the party. Those who were active in this movement honestly be lieved it to be in the interest of genuine reform. For these reasons, and for the additional reason that there are unques tionably, many good points in the new system. The Courier did not see fit to interpose any objection in the way of its adoption. It is well that the plan is to be given a trial. Since the central committee in obe dience to the expressed will of the ma jority of the party decided to make a trial of the new system, The Courier has given tho subject ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

' -?jr ' 7" J- '- H ;; THE COURIX1L ;c f- THE PRESS AND THE STATE. The Beatrice Express haa lately bad a sadden and Yiotenl attack of the fav orite sea ferer. Atleaat tkat'a what tke Time (Beatrice) calks it Ike latter paper aaya: "Ex-Senator Paddock may be able to Merest tke delegation from Nebraska from voting for McKialey and eventually turn it over to Morton, bat it will sot be dose without one of tke bitterest ng kts ever waged in Nebraska. Tke people of this country know wkat tke want aad tkat they will have it, bo difference what tke bosses may threat en.' The Wakoo Wasp recites tke sad story of as old man wko moved to Ne braska is tke seventies and by bis own toil became tke proud porsesor of eighty acres of dark sandy loam, aad who k bow a wanderer up and down the earth wltk bo place to lay his head. It wasn't crop failure. The Wasp says: "One bright spring morning when he was feeling very generous toward all mankind he deeded tke old homestead away to a beautiful but ungra...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

r :?- tv - v TH1 COURIER. m p. Tf ' HlW DID YOU SAY? GROCER v w m head d BUT I I I 1 I'M lb. mr. Urfi 9 BICYCLE 8 SUNDRIES if ttMW PEOPVit have wheels of one kind or another, and there are many kinds of wheels, including, those in the wheels good, bad and indifferent. There are some wheels so much better than other wheels that they really belong in a class apart. They are a class all by themselves. They are good wheels the beet We are having a pant sale that is taking well has them nobody else in Lincoln has. If you are thinking of pur chasing anything in ihe bicycle line you cannot afford to neglect callio" in him. - v ' 9. - . t Syracuse Overland .- " Pants worth from $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 IP .& I GEO. A. 6RANCER 1134 0 ST. iU j 11 1 11 I $100 DOLLARS REWARD $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded dise...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 7 March 1896

w&i m fg - . r"1 r7ixG:',BiW&r!-'y& i- Z5! F - " V i ' -; - ts: - ?-, " THS COURIER. h f -i.- w IL 5J Tiffin i Mon siKirvni StvHIH H J9i jHi B J ctov Actual time traveling. I 7 hours to Salt Lake. C7 hours to San Francisco. 65J hours to Portland. 89 hours to Los Angeles. -FROM- LINGOLN, NB Pxeamexitts OJtULy 2.00 Cabinet Photos oo xex close. aaaa& o at SaUafaotlon Guaranteed Hunter Printing COMPANY . . GENERAL PRINTCRS " . t oaih ha-I .... -CALL MJiLmNJ faying sccutcd frim t!ie Ciurler Pw' lisli ng Co. all copper p.'tc- ;ere tefure controlled by them, wc shall fee rfeased to fill orders lor Engraved Cards ami Wedding Stationery on licrt notice and in a satisfactory man- icr. in CA.KD5 AND PLA I E M CARDS WITttOUr PLATE LrtMt Styles Sa.50 Warfc HUNTER PRINTINQ CO., 233 "th Stmt. tMtMOioaciSSP(P3$tKCf FOB GOOD COU GOTO OFFIGE 1W0 0 Street KfefcarfeVsek PHONES 343 aad 488 YAKDB Mtkad Y A BICYCLE FOR NOTHING. The Pacemaker will give away a high grade, WOO wheel, to the w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

.-.-W,- M-- rl- I 'V . KvAv fct" Ir t- : 81 i rvfway ,VOI, 11 ,NO.Jll.. ESTABLISHED IN 133G PRICE FIVE CENTb . J 'V - 5- xc iH 4' LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. MARCH 14 IMC 7 ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY THE GOURIER raiNTlllfi AND PUBLISHIN6 CO. Office 217 North Elerenth St. It is no exaggeration to say that tho federal court for the Nebraska district is a vast fee mill in which are ground farcical prosecutions for the benetit of the court officers, the clerk being tho chief grinder and greatest beLefieiury. Deputy United States marshals scour the state for opportunities to make fees. Every year hundreds of Indians are brought down to Omaha from the reser rations to go through a mockery of a trial that yields fees to court officers by the thousands of dollars. Officers make useless trips and mileage fees mount up with dazzling rapidity. J A favorite practice is to charge some poor unfortunate with having sold or 2k?JPy,fW- Editor an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

VJ " 2 r t -' VV -f, u 'r Z- t. SrV . THB COURJER. - F IS. IV Highest of all ib Leavening Power, Late U. S. Gov't Report vm Baking rowder AaMunm pube the politics or Maryland and 'West Vir- difference between tweedh-dum and 8ID,a tweedlsdee. In finding it he dieap- Nebraska owes much of its wealth and importance to the Burlington rail way company. It has been the great est factor in the material upbuilding of the state. There is no desire or inten tion to make any attack in your columns, on this railway company, hut I honestly believe, and 1 am not by any means alone in that belief, that the Burlingtou railway company would be infinitely better off today if it bad kept its hands out of politics. It is a dang erous thing for a great corporation to play at politics. Populism in Nebraska is in a critical stage. This ear it may dissolve until it will Jose potency as a political factor. It may be strengthened and again place in jeopardy the republican state ticket. Presidential politics ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

r- . . -- --? ?yr43gWi& , -s. O THE COURIER. i? L e , y- r the busybodies sweep their own door yard and give me a rest or they may be called upon by officers of the law to prove their stories. Norfolk News. SPRING STYLES FOR MEN. Two radical changes in the cut of men's clothes are in prospect this spring and summer; the shoulders of coats will bo built out square and broad, and the trousers will approach the "peg top' shape. The new materials are ''home spun' a wool cloth of uncertain pattern and coarse weave, in all the shades of yellow and yellow brown, bristling with light-colored hairlike particles, the par ticular use of which is not certain. Black worsteds, with hair line stripes from 34 to i inch apart, will be made into cutaway coats and trousers and waistcoats to match. Scotch cheviots in a great variety of patterns will be more popular than ever, and some of them run to very decided patterns distin guished by large green checks and green checks and green lines. The hom...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

W'WSsz&Z5FS 5 ra -' T.-SaC -, ,"- f , w-i -iv THE COURIER. -- m M I w l& a IC-B ' It I r IS. I fe Or IPS ler P te FUNKE OPERA HOUSE Big k, rtriEI. iiA . fciM YM Her Latest Operatic Success SW fiEVNHfiVS ? r k 4 i ; - j . v- v-- SUPPORTED BY A STRONG GOMPANY " SiVT. MARCH, 3S RICHARD MANSFIELD America's foremost actor in one of his famous I B 1 Supported " Beatrice Cameron and. a crtax company ELEANOR'S LETTER ? Dear S Mystery is delightful. Y 1 1 have told me bo man times, in those bursts of candor which your friends all deprecate, that I am one of the most uninteresting girls you ever knew. You iterated and reiterated this pleasant statement so often that I had commenced to believe that what you said was true. But, lo! after many yearn, I suddenly rind myself a very in tereMing person. Of course you will cay that it is not my person that is in teresting, but rather the mystery with which I am surrounded. That may be my dear, but I am responsible for the mystery, and I must ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

f-V jcr - -. "S-f- f $", r"?v C '- -t THH COURIER. v i - THE w.- " t-v PT .i & Odo week commencing Monday March, 16. Prices 10 cents to all of the house THE 5 ACT COMEDY BROTHERS 1 " - " Change of play every performance. HIIIHIIIIIUIIHIIIIMMIIMMMHNIHINIHIIHI LHEBilL. - 8 -"S-'- PylV NO 5 H '. JHPr -yf 15 FIRST GLASS PEOPLE 15 IKfMlU Wed. at -! and Sat. at 2:3o loo IPir-esarxt jgivon. arwety to dilldLrorx loo THE STAGE A noticeable feature of this, the fag end of the theatrical season, is the fact that we are getting fewer and better at tractionB than when the season was young and enthusiastic. A good many weaklings have fallen by the wayside. The local managers' books will show many cancellations. In most cases, there is reason to be thankful for what we're lost. From now on, most of the attrac tions that will seek to attract Lincoln people will be of the better sort. In these days a company that can keep payiDg salaries and railroad fares through five months is likely to have a...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

". - THI COURIER. rk MMWMMMMMBpJBl"JJJJJJJJ!"- I-. j i B t, r te. ?. I- S5 s WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS jcf4f4f4f4fxj "Tke Red Badge of Courage" by Stephen Crane is a story of a farm boy's experience aa a private in the civil war. The book of 231 pages tells of a few month's experience of camp and drill and of one battle Thirty-six pages of camp life and one hundred and ninety five that describe the battle, and its im pression on a green soldier. Mr. Crane's description of the battle-field bears the same relation to the battle-field of ro mance and imagination that the instan taneous photograph of the horse in mo tion" do to his representation on canvas and in bronze. It is difficult -to believe thisk not an old soldier's yarn, yet Stephen Crane web only a small boy when the civil war was over. The story is a restoration from hints received from real old soldiers. Max Nordau says that the signs of degeneration are abnormal acuteness of the senses. Mr. Crane shows a morbid tenderness for c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

Kmymmt!m'IB9' ' f'-j'i THX COURIER. "f J5?- , - -. Henry Irving and Ellen Terry are playing a two weeks' engagement in Chicago. Tlioy have presented King Arthur anil Louis XI. The Lyon'8 Mail, Nance Oldfield, The Bells, and The Merchant of Venice will be given As soon us "Trilby'' can be translated into Italian it is to be played in Italy. Paul Potter's wretched drama is uUo being put i at o French so that Paris may see "lea tiois Acghchcs." It has al ready been played in Germany Catch any of these three nationa going to lis ten to a play in a foreign tongue! The French and German listen to Italian opera but they draw the line at plays. When the actors are in France they speak French. Whoever Jicard of Irv ing and Terry going to Paris and play ing in English? Bernhardt, Coquelin, Guiibert with a lot of people from the Folies Bergere to be sure the last kind does not talk and although their act is all French it does not need trans lationwho go over to England every year without takir...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

THE COURIKK. -i HtRPQbSHtmtH & ViU A SPICY LETTER v1 5 i- V t i Uf l is &-- 9s The following is an excerpt from a personal letter written by Major G. W. Johns, formerly of this city and now of Leavenworth, to a friend in Lincoln. Majors Johns is 7G years old. He held an important "position under President Mann, dishing and Evarts, or J. Q. Adams or Holt. They were dolts in comparison, mere pretenders. Of all the offensive asses old Tilden was the most conspicuous. He seriously recom mended in his last paralytic dajB an ap- Our Dressmaker, Pierce, and spent many years in Wash propriatioti of eighty million dollars for ington as clerk of the committee on coast defense in order to support the claims. He knew personally many of Monroe doctrine and to reduce the sur the leading men of the nation since the plus in the treasury. Ihe coast defense days of Pierce. He was, years ago. an was a New York city job, and ho lugged important factor in the politics of Ohio, the doctrine in to...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

tSf iVrv THE COURIER. ELEANOR'S LETTER BY A LINCOLN AUTHOK. SX A te v; & "j 7 3H. B y C 'J , Sh 1.5 Continued from page 4 Mrs. Manning and her claes gave a field program to the ladies of the faculty club and junior Sorosis on Thursday afternoon in Union hall at the univer sity. The room was full of ladies and the afternoon was an enjoyable one. There is some talk of a leap year party to be given in the next tec days. Some of the girls who are in what is known as the Pleasant Hour crowd, are discussing it. The two card parties given by Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clark at the Lin coln hotel Inst Friday nod Saturday evenings were rather large affairs. Nearly everybody got a bid to either one or the other of the parties. There was a jolly crowd both nights. Olive Latta has not returned from Omaha at this writing. She is very popular in that city, as her sister was before her. Kitharit.6 Weston, of Beatrice, has been here several days. She is a fre quent visitor to Lincoln, as you know. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

' lff'lrwyMTBffMBffiiflFBfcglM T'ImTT gflT il ' i I i J iii1 w t jthT- a ii T , y -,.,". ;fyc1'1'- i-"VBt ""' "QgfcHtjst'jaak'AJJftJ'-j3gg1 LV.,feMtt-t-gVg-J-J' StWTOCT VJ,?.J' r-ft : T?SiSJ5 P THE COURIER. v - . i II iw i iima ma i'imi i. .an uta th t ariamaiaaaaar j ai ifti aiiw i i jiiwj ' i in w IC I- i IN RELATED KEYS HnHiT Bates 2 The music services opened with Haydn's delicate Largo. In strong con trast km the second number, by Rub instein. Tbe Allegro has a strange There are hints of scandal grim and great. And emperors, princes, and other assorted potentates are tearing their hair and wishing they'd never hurrying subject, with an effect almost got into it. of moto perpetuo, changing always from test ru meat to instrument. It was rest- The Musical Courier haB an amusing less, rapid, yet not happy; excited, but jtem about De Pacbmann, the odd ex Bot joyous. Then, for awhile, tbe music ponent of Chopin: passed into clearer air, ouly to return Pachtnanncut up his usual capers ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

! "" " r-4 THX COURIER. r We are having a pant sale that is taRing well mn PEOPUE have whe'ele of one kind or another, and there are many kinds of wheels, including those in the head wheels good, bad and indifferent. gfflfc DID YOU SAY? gmi H IlA St, a RIIT other wheels that they really belong in a class I- V onorf TKflv ora a pIqcq all VV triAmcalraa They are good wheels the best GROCER has them nobody else in Lincoln has. If you are thinking of pur chasing anything in ihe bicycle line you cannot afford to neglect calling on him. i Sterling: Syracuse Overland Magnet ,iJfti. 3&- "5 ' ? --. Pants worth from Sfrtrto- $6. at $3f Suits, former price $15 and $12.50 now 10 Overcoats and ulsters 20 per cent off Several lines of under wear at from 1-3 to 1-2 off r $H i- ',, A. ' " "- GEO. A. 6RANCBR 1134 0 ST. - ; i BICYCLE SUNDRIES Ml K1S 11! 8100 DOLLARS REWARD 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded disease that science has been able ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 March 1896

HJ)II.JUI l - g " ' gBSHBIgegJggB5gWaWg'WW tT V-.k.n, ,'"-ji l-j VztTrSyry Yz. - T 3vi as 'j m WfWfl JO r -. -. v -r r &p 5 THE COURIER. - a Tiffin i Mon SHE IT Bf TIKIN6THE ksfSavA90v M F wFS' T Actual time traveling. 37 hours to Salt Lake. ' C7 hours to San Francisco. 65 hours to Portland. 89 hours to Los Angeles. -FROM- LINCOLN, NIB Cabinet Photoa 2.ooperdoz. AT 18 O B &a.-tlf motion Guaranteed Hunter Printing f COMPANY . . &. OENERAL PRINTERS Smith ha I ... . CALL UUIL..IN J Having secured from the Cruder PubHsfcTng Co. all copper piatcs Here tofore controlled by them, we shall be pleased to fill orders for Engraved Cards and Wedding Stationery on sheet notice and in a satisfactory man xr. '; C-DS AND lLA E - S1.50 -. im CAKUs WIT.. OUT PLATE 1.5 Latest 5tyle t Elecaat Work HUNTER PRINTING CO.. 223 N. nth Street. . 1 fMMMMMMWW FOR guodhi GOTO OFFICE HOP 0 Street Basement Richards 'Hock PHONES 343 and 486 TAED6 Hth and Y A BICYCLE FOB NOTHING. The Pacemaker will give ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

C- V 'J- iS ' -x- m: KiW s nf--, CogS SIiwplv-J-iqS" VOL 11. NO 12 ESTABLISHED IN 1896 PRICITFIVB-?ENTS "". . vr .. dV A. 'v . Ba-iBYBsKABYmBSBW BM kt'VmbF I US l BBSbP Baal c "WS.gsiIW jTfyBjByjUrJBrKyy BBSJ BSbI BkBVBl Vbw C Sfvsl LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. MAR6H 21 189C ypBNRflVjMwm'HBv ENTERED IX THE POST OrFICB AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT THE COWIER PfilNTING U(D PWLISMING CO. Office 217 North Elerenth St. Telephone 384 being for two caudidates for the same office at the same time. The delegation from Nebraska will be either a McKin ley delegation or a Manderson dele gat ion. There isn't any use indulging in any fanciful theories of impossible har mony. Senator Thurston, however, submits" a proposition that is eminently fair. Under it General Manderson would re ceive fair and p-oper treatment. But as the only compromise the Manderson people want is one that will take Ne braska away from McKinley, it is doubt- fin I OBSERVATIONS fin General Manders...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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