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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

THE COURIER. sr 11" - ft Higher of all in LeaveMng PowerLate U. S. Gov't Report Kms ABMuiren PURE have been selected bad, a convention been held, and a big improvement was effected in the selection of candidates for the council. The vote on presidential preference was about what was expected. The only reason the Manderson supporters did not want a vote taken , was the knowledge on their part that the expres sion would be overwhelmingly in favor of McKinley, It was the same in Beat rice, and all over the state, the sentiment of the rank ami file of the party is for McKinley. Notwithstanding the de cided expression of republican voters against anything that savors of snapp ism the county central committee obeyed the wishes of the Manderson contingent and called one convention t J name delegates to the various conven tions, and to nominate county officers, the same to be held April 2 The sup porters of Mr. Manderson have been un successful in discouraging McKinley sentiment by legitima...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

e'"'? fe-? f,s&?? i2&m & " jpacxjt',... &.'-& j-r--3 AtSVM, V i.frjKf-) - . "V r -. th coyjtiiiL J$38rM J 'il A P- L Jt -A I 6 urn way if he wishes. There m some lively sparring among the populists for Kern's place in congress for the next term. Gov. Holcomb has been laying bis plans for the seat for some time, out there may be some trouble about bis getting the nomination. The governor will not be a candidate for re nomination for governor, although he could get the nomination easily. It is ap-' parent to all politicians that in the present divided condition of the demo crats and the hopeless condition of the populists, the republicans will be di vided to elect their state ticket unless tbey make a bad blunder ike that of 1891, when T.J. Majors was nominated. So there is a dearth of candidates for state offices in the populist and demo cratic parties. ' THE EDI IOR. I IN m Hkebskt Bates RELATED KEYS 3 The music at the Universalist church was made up of numbers p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

BgwHi 'I!?! f 7 .-ix M if -m-&fi && ti '- .' jSjM! ru V S jr . . ?-" X. -" f TH COUMXIL tr'T'STS!l-V'g.'"?yi t-THfcjnTf jwg.1- - .jBj-jjgj 1i.'96S-ft!S!35?'iSS3 - & I Is vc ELEANOR'S LETTER My dear S This thing of having to write a letter regularly regardless of circumstances, isu't the easiest thing In the world. This week there has been rat her. more going on than last week,and it is easier on that account. Your sug gestions as to how I might improve the letters are very good, I think, and when I get time I will try to act on them. I wonder if you remember May North? She visited in Lincoln a number of times, and I am sure you must have met her. The last time she was here was, I believe, a couple of years ago, when she spent some weeks as the guest of the Misses Cowdrey. Jack often speaks f her, and of her recitations. I think he was a bit smitten. Once 1 heard her recite something about the lament of a -nan of the world over his old dress suit he was on the eve of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

?5JR'' k- "' -v THK COURIER. By'-.?" ,s.--yT t,S3sT fe s- - 't: 2 2 2 THE STAGE J WWW WW BWW MWmW W W HV WW Bw Wednesday night, March 25, the Funke opera house is to be given over to the famous Delia Fox Opera company, who will produce their new success, "Fluer-de Lis' for the first time here. The libretto is from the French of Chivot and Duru, the words and lyrics being done by Gheever Goodwin. The music is by William Furst. The scenes are laid in St. Claude, France, during the era of Louis A IV. The plot of "Fleur-de-Lis" centres on a lost will which brings about a feud between a count and a marquu. who are related and culminates in war. The marquis has married a Parisian flower girl whom he desertB before the birth of their child, Fleur-de-Lis. The child when grown up, setksher father, meets a eon of the count, who falls in love with her, al though his father has already arranged a union with him and the daughter of a baron. Love conquers, however, and in the last scene the count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

? N M .. LlpWIWPPllUiUi i"" C " ' i i. MMII.I I If ' III!' II ' III H 9timisisrsFSmvevsiffsfi'. - -. K .1 --..V- -sb, . -I'K-g E-BS ? RJNKE OPERA HOUSE; Biff IfcYrtft Wt In Her Latest -Operatic Success TW -v.. i w Jww rti-r-i-F TiEHt-OVUS. SUPPORTED BY A STRONG COMPANY ,. RICHARD MANSFIELD and his New York Garrick Theatre Company present in Octave Feuillet's masterpiece 1 ill 11 ') 5 8axiJoxrteci. t' Bea-atcs-losd Gcajerae-roxi. and a. artajr company -. Seats on sale Thursday, March, 26. ' Prices 50c to $L50 NOIE Mr. Manstield's "Baron Chevrial" in "A Parisian Romance" is one of his geatest characterizations. I WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS 'i An English lady recently said to Mr. Whistler that she thought some of the soefiw along the Thames embankment were quite as pretty as his pictures of them. "Really." he said, "then English sceaery must be looking up." The Royal Academy has elected Sir John Millsis president of 'the academy in place of Sir Frederick Leightoc.de ceased. ,8ir JohnMillais ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

v3T -jsv; r!,T,r,9Ti-Fl?8",'-; E.gN o l" THB COURIER. . v milI'- t -.. . -jpwCfr-W THE THEATRE - ? "& " -H. -. I ?-- k-.. V. lift ? rC-Matinee'tfiis afternoon at 2 o'clock. Last appearance this evening at 8 o'clock. Admission 10 cents to all parts of tre house 5 r . - -v.. - u MBJc ' JFT r - rt SOL SMITH --RUSSE Lb Ixi Every Xav Mr. Russell's latest success, With the curtah raiser, !Bfcfi ValerLtixxe' Olxi?iiferKi.a.s: FriceJ!, from 25c tO $l.oo infant has much to say in regard to his career and the country wants to know it Mrs. Thurston was aware that the fagots were laid for her son by his ue voted but sanquinary sire. ' New York women are said to be the most beautiful in the world. Their reputation has been acquired by the at' tention the individuals pay to their pos sibilities The plainest woman has he best points and her worst ones. The arti3t shows her superiority to her day laborer of a sister by artlessly empha sizing her points and concealing her defects. The sylvan bea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

vyevfb'. '-"? srttc.-: l .-"'-.Hi V - v - THE COURIBK. fe plethtosaneus which pawed and roared before natural selection rendered him a geological specimen just aa Miln in do ing new. Under Mr, Daly's rays Kyrle Bellew and Mrs. Potter are playing Romeo and Juliet to audiences which try very hard to like their work. R. B. H. ANNOUNCEMENTS. RYiNnini AST Mrs. DEMORESTS Certificate of PubUcatton. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for eouBty attorney, subject to the decision of the republican county contention. T, C, MCKOEB. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for te republican Domination for county attor ney. F. "W . Collixs. I an a candidate for the nomination for the oHee of county attorney, subject to approral of the republican convention. C. M. Pakkek. It prevents the hair from turning gray or falling out, makes it grow and cleans the scalp better than a shampo. Mrs. Demorest treats the hair by the newest electrical method- 8he is the only one in the city who does. At Herpo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

V-Sf4?1 ?$? 4f;xr$'t'!&3ir;m ?&& &"&t?!? -' Vf " '"it - ' THB COURIER. i -J . Certificate of Publication. Certificate of Publication Certificate of Publication. Certificate ef Publication. OFFICE OP OFFICE OF OFFICE OF. OFFICE OP. is OF I Of Of GF --'- yrFar J' 111 i m ii PUBLIG HIS 11 PUBLIC AGHTS ill f A GCOUNT I:' i--1 !-. 'k State of Nebraska. LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 1, 1896. It is hereby certified, That the GREAT EA8TERN CASUALTY and . INDEMNITY INSUR ANCE Company of New York, In' the state of New York, has complied with the Insurance law of this state and Is authorized to transact the business of surety and casualty Insur ance In this state for the current year. Witness my hand and the seal of the auditor of public accounts the day and year above written. (Seal.) EUGENE MOORE, Auditor Public Accounts. State of Nebraska. LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. 1, 1S96. It is hereby certified. That the NHL I 1 of Hartford, In the State of Connecticut, has complied with the Insurance...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

?s!lpllsp3pp ?- v v ' - -fc.: -3-i Tk? THE COURIER. ... E? CHARACTER SKETCHES SS Sebies so 3 No. I Two yaan mo then wai started in The Cesriar aaafiMefeaafacteraketeaeawbick ea Jorsaaawasreef mmi. LaK mater the iltac gave a aeeoad aeriea of twelve or tf teen afcetelMe.aMlnvw. a'tor aese pertaaaioB, tie has bneo ioaacca to eater upon too third He k a self made naa.That fact is evi dent is every trait of hk character very feature of hk appearance. He is large aad round aBd ruddy, and he is fall of Hie aad spirit, and his hair k a little thia oa the top of hk head. Yean ago. set ao away either, he started ia buti asas in a aaodest way. And today he is ia the same business, along with some others, ealy it has grown to very large proaoctkaa. He haa always been a WheB,ia the early days of Lit.. He'k hard headed, practical. He never wastes any time or money on theories. He k sot a theoaophkt. nor does he go in for psychic research. He k -not a kite flyer, nor a rope walker. He does his thi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

r-f--" v"i t;rysv. ,1 -- && m -f-r-- iyrV"" v- "' -'?w?'T, i$!V&f?K --. TH1 COURIER. WHEEiS ig are having a pant sale that is taking well DID YOU 8AY? MW ?EO?iC have wheels of one p ?pr kind or another, and there aro many kinds of wheels, including those in the f-..- head wheels good, bad and indifferent. t - . "ts., A S3 fc A vu d i-" 1 jzz Waip .mere are buiiio wueeia no uiuuu ueiier iuau ha W other wheels that they really belong in a class If- W0 0 m anavf Thav dm a olaca all hv thotnnlt.oci They are good wheels the best CRIkflCW has them nobody else in Lincoln has. If you are thinking of pur chasing anything in iho bicycle line you cannot afford to neglect calliD" on him. n i Syracuse Overland Magnet GEO. A. GRANCER 1134 0 ST. BICYCLE SUNDRIES 711 it '11 . SSgSgggflii V I IlllUll ill' mm m Pants worth from $4.-to $6. at $3 Suits, former price $ 1 5 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 u) . ' v iaii...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 March 1896

0 TH COURIER. SIIE IT BY TMHN6TIE pSowv Actual time traveling. 37 hours to Salt Lake. 07 hours to San Francisco. 65l hours to Portland. 89 hours to Jam Angeles. -FROM LINCOLN, NEB Cabinet Pliotoa too per doas A.T wao o st Satisfaction Guaranteed Hunter Printing COMPANY . . : GENERAL PRINTERS SMtk half . CALL HUtLulNJ ' ttavtac secure from the Courier PiiMlsliisjg Co. aH copper plates here totffcc troHed by them, we shall he almeii to fiH orders for Engraved Cards ami Wedding Stationery on bert notice and in a satisfactory man Cards and plaie - .so M CARDS WITnOUr PLATE i.c Latest .Styles Elecmat Work "' HUNTER PRINTINQ CO., 333 N- Street. (KCiiMSCiCiC'6Ci (( (K'frfrj FOR GOOD COU GOTO OFFICE 1KX) 0 Street Basement Richard Block ' fe ,4 BICYCLE FOR NOTHING. The Pacemaker will gire away a high grade. 1100 wheel, to the wheelman or wheelwoman Bending in the largest number of paid subscriptions, yearly or halt yearly, by June 1G. The wheel will bo given away without any restrictions abs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

-vl!-i -t,- JV"" ? I V -J. F28tf:-; In 1p ' 1 L'A- ." 5 "" , , 4 t 8 X'. iff .?;. -" ,-yOLvllKO 13 zr 'mrtii ?- - ,.rtwt,i -MTAW-rSHfrD INUS ,v- - - : PftrCS FIVE-CENTi -Tug-- ". -.""T- T --'WCC "J" -y " rr r V -":J-TT" .Blar '.-' LwA ,.iai sawam""JWisaaaiKi$jtgj LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY. MARCH 28 I89C KXTKKKD IN TBE rOST OFFICE AT LIS COLS AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY .fV'" BY Office 217 North EleTenth St. Jelephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS Editor and Manager Associate Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum $2.00 Six months 1.00 Three monthB 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 1 OBSERVATIONS I Particularly refreshing is the state ment that "poor Charlie Mosher" will make good every dollar lost through '' him, within five years after his release from the penitentiary. The ex-Napoleon is penniless now, it is said, and he will leave Sioux Falls without a dol lar. Mr. Mosher will have to make money rapidly to make good his promise. He would have to matc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

m, mm .411 s?s.-.t3?; it. V-- T Etf r. . - -" -fr . jrj THE COURIER. BGP It -: e t" tf m.--. HifbtofaBiLw U.S. Govt Keport R! faking Powder look with favor oa hk candidacy. The republicans of the state would have coBoeded at the outset what they are now ready to concede at the state convention. The agitation did not do General Mander boq aay good, and it only engendared a bitteraeae that may not wholly disap pear at the wave of the hand. AMtumnr pure best withes of many friends inhk new Meld. As has- been said several times in these columns, it is a pleasure to say kind things about the Journal when, every bow and then, they are deserved. And the Journal's course in the recent McKinley-Manderson tangle was sach as to justly entitle it to admiring con uideration. The editor emeritus em- General Manderson k a broad-minded-barked into the McKinley movement patriotic, able man, and there is hardly body, sobI and breeches, bat for a time '-maa lathis state, whatever may be Stand up for i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

1'f3vppr - t THB COURIER. :-" nation of Nebraska's favorite son. This k reasonable and just. It is the only practical solution of the difficulty. But from present indications it is altogether likely that McKinley will be nominated on the first or second ballot. That man of smiles and colored waist coats, John L. Webster, wants to go to the St. Louis convention as a delegate at large. He is being pushed forward as an "original McKinley man.'' When Samuel Warren wrote "Ten Thousand a Year" and created the character of "Oily Gammon,' he had in mind a man bear ing a close resemblance to thu smooth and slippery gentleman of handsome visage and exquisite sartorial embellish ment. John L. Webster. This oleagen ousand Brummelesque individual is a man of large and varied talents. He is the Vanishing Lady of Nebraska poli tics, the artful dodger and gifted skir misher of the republican party. He can squeeze through a keyhole and wiggle through the minutest crevice He is finer than silk and sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

-iV VW . sjsiBipafBVMiH SKJ :? v;:-eh: w- "" i"5? .V . -? - TrV . -.' 3 . . THE COURIER. -& iIS'P' - - - "X Itf t j l ' - be McKnley man. The gentleman who is known to fame a the introducer of tho curfew ordi nance, ia a candidate for re-election to the council from the Second ward. Mr. Lawlor receives letters froti all parts of the country commending him for his part in the adoption of the curfew. The republicans of the Second warJ are .well satisfied with Mr. Lawlor s record as a councilman, as they gave him a unanimous ronomination. He hBB been an efficient, hard working member, and has given a great deal of his time to councilmanic duties. Mr. Lawlor will, of course, be re-elected. Judge C. M. Parker, who is a candi date for county attorney from the Foutth ward, has been a resident of Lincoln for the past twenty-six years, during which time ho has been an ac tive energetic citizen. Heisaveteran of the late war, having lost an arm at Vicksburg. He was county judge six years, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

-rs -: - y P"-a - MlS-- Jft-V? v. it- .-o THE COURIER. &? .'?' THE Iiridar, April 3 '? -i -? & ' Thursday, Aj3ril , 'THE STRANGE ADVINTURES OF MISS BROWN" !? - & .. & : I .. il )DI . -v -J."-. '" . ""' - -, ' - - M --Yj;.jL.. FOY .?' ; - .. COPTOT COtoPMW & -jr.v sX's !-. THOMAS KEENE -.it.- Jf-Tt, . -f.gMi . . N'g . .-.H,ii,-,!,- - - , ";" -,,. -i v t- First appearance of the eminent tragediarf, in threeyears. '. IS , i . f -tS.5 OHt H QHUV M THE STAGE 5 Wednesday night at the Funke the Delia Fox company presented "Fleur de Lis" for the first time in this city, and on the night following Sol Smith Rus sell gave two new plays at the Lansing. Tonight at the Funke, Richard Mans field will be seen as "Baron Chevrial" in "A Parisian Romance," the play that first brought fame to this actor. "A Parisian Romance" has not been seen in Lincoln. Next week Thomas W. Keene will reappear at the Lansing after an absence of several years,and at the same theatre Eddie Foy, of "S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

S-' IRf , --. ? 'if .'. "'i-ix " "- -5 - -& . thsjpourieil r WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS : The latest book issued in the "Long nan's English Classics" series is "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" edited with notes and an introduction by Herb ert Bates, A. B. instructor in English in the University of Xebraeka. Tbe introduction contains a li e of Coleridge, with an account of the origin of the poem, its form, purpose and method of study, besides a page or two concerning poery in general and the place given the "Ancient Mariner" by fasaous critics, a .bibliography and suggestions to students. Tbe chrono logical table presents Coleridge's life works, and contemporary English and American writers comprehensively and clearly. The forty pages is the work of careful scholarship and appreciation. Mr. Bate's sympathies have aided him to analyse the poam without destroying its effect as poetry. The footnotes on every page in the form of questions make of the reader a discoverer instead of a jostl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

P l.-Zi, V 4 -t V -v - '. T I I THE COURIER. sy-j & BE. t Ill n; , A GRACEFUL SIMILE THE STATE AND THE PRESS. Lincoln is being run by a set of politi cal tricksters wno have no more honor about them than a dog at a sheep kill ing. Firth Graphic. NOT LINCOLN ETIQUETTE. A recent English book on etiquette says: "Morning calls are usually made between the hours of 2 and A. A gentle man should take his hat into the room with him, holding it in his hand during the visit everything else Bhould be left in the hall." Well, we do not do that in this "coun . try, thank goodness. PLAYING WITH TITLES Drummond wrote a book and called it "Natural Law in the Spiritual World.' Henry Wood wrote a book and called it "'Natural Lhw in the BubL ness World." Professor Sherman, of the University of Nebraska, wrote a lec ture and called it "Spiritual Law in the Natural World.' "Analytics of Liter ature" antedates "Hysterics of Litera ture" several years. SPEAKING OF BIG WORDS! How strange it Beems that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

y jgc-.-?gyg3Hna?gs3 c- ?ix mg&gv&te ?T ev '-if " - , .y s- THKCOUKIEJL ?, , " Hf this week. Everybody went to see Delia Foe aad Sol Smith Russell. At tbe Faake Wednesday sight all of tbe boxe8 were taken, aed the bouse presented a very gay appearance. In one box were Mae Burr and Miaa Anderson with D. E. Thompson and L. C. Burr. In aaetber were Mr. and Mrs, Brad Slaughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorgan, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Slaughter. Ad joiatBg them was a party composed of Mr. aad Mrs. Walter Hargreaves. Mr. asd Mrs. Oliver Bodgers and Mr. and Mrs. Burnham. Across the bouse in oae of the loges were Mr. and Mrs Al Buckets. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sum. aera and Lieutenant and Mrs. Town lsy. In tbe next loge were Mr. McCIoud aad Bertie Clark, Guy Hurlbut and Grace Oakley, and Joe Mason and Marie Marshall. So you can see, the bouse looked quite swell. The body of the housti was packed wiih people you know. Frank Zehrusg looked only twenty years in a dress suit aud a smile as wide as May...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 28 March 1896

,zrwiS5 T IgRi.? . rij T pn 'JtJ 3 ("J IT -W A r.A-i "viv & -r' , ' .- "T J -, TH courier. "j?3 f 'V!?,?"T 'P'- - iV" -V ? " -- v MENS' FASHIONS. WRITTEN FOR THE COURIER. There is a French proverb to the ef fect that wise men invent fashions and fools follow them; or may be it is the other way. In either case there ia not much difference, because, as a matter of fact, there is very little invention in the matter. Fashions are not bo much invented as developed. They survive or perish just the same as any other phenomena, by virtue of the elements of durability or decay they have in them. The new garment of the hour is the frock overcoat. It is cut like a frock or Prince Albert coat, It Hts the figure naturally and neatly, is worn but toned and looks perfection. The lapels, tails and skirts are cut just like those parts of a frock coat. The material is quiet, black, soft cloth. Speaking of cloth, never before were there so many staple things of the finest quality and exquisite col...

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